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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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\dvocate Christmas Card

Compet.tior Exhibited

Muse 10—6 p
Annua justrial Exhibitic

Queen's Park ' 12 noon
Speech D. St. Giles’ Boys

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Mobile Cinema, Queen's Part
B.C Filr St Martir

Schoc St. Philip 7.3 pw
For the cause that lacks assistance,

Gainst the wrongs that need resistance,
for the future in the distance
«nd the good that I can do.



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NYA, Africa, Dec. 9 Aan , LONDON, Dec. 9 GENEVA, Dec. 9. |
An Asian shopkeeper \ ng THE Commonwealth Economic Conference convened Leon Nicole, former Swiss Com- } re
dered by a gang of Africz last with Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden today to put final] munist leader has been expelled i
night and planes assisted police} touches to the “master plan” on future economic develop- | from the part was announced | , orn
iv the search for Mau Mau ter- ment schemes. here’ today The decision was 0 t ‘ 1,000,000 in cis-
P t x s ey » ne we aa . ' 1 1 VOCCK<@ ] oe _ aii 1 ‘
rori killer Ie The murder « ‘ The plan drawn up by the conference envisages a vast sosed Week eng meee ; ea
curred in the Thika district of the? aeen Sena Brit Po > Zurich by the Party’s Central
Fort Hall reserve of the Kikuyu] €Vvelopment in Britain, the dominions and the colonies,| Committee and was published to- ‘ nate
tribe, scene of the last month of | nvolving hundreds of millions of pounds during the next| day in the Party newspaper voix Ie
clashes between European-ied| five years for increased agricultural and industrial pro- | Ouvriere. oY
police and natives in which 20} duction he announcement recalled that te t ot-
Africans were killed by rifle fire.| Preliminary discussions were Nicole was told some time ago to ‘ ere
A combined force of troops and| today reported to be already | , 3 " tile ac aes ‘aa , ‘he
police yesterday killed one. native} i x | . Of | under way for the formation of | the Ps le renee y state | rh arp
in a dawn raid on a suspected Mau | € Mau meeting Four suspected | } tion which would help to finance Ket eree ; ale ag a ; th : ‘aa it
natives were held up in their hut| C: mg I I . F nate: -eéaming: I ;Arthur London and other Czed re
quarters on a European’s farm at asa ) anca | A further meeting this after- | 5 UD Prigatoke at na wes Vie
Gilgil, refus to leave | . | Boa of Prime Ministers and Prague trial last month.—U.P. { i
While the door was being bat- R l . S I I jheads of the deleg 5
was g i gations with
tered down, one escaped through 16 Ss oug 1 | Prime Minister Churchill at e r
a hole at the rear and wa hot} | Downing Street is to be devoted H | C =|
dead when he refused to halt. The} C ASABLANCA Morocco, Dec. 9 | to a “Grand Review” of the ig ler axes Gurl Stabbed
other three were captured.—U.P.| | French Resident-General|conference’s deliberations and to e - ‘ : f
~ ugustin Guillaume arrived to] seal in decisions | ikel 1953 !
I J r e personal charge of heavily | : ' F M i y :
2 al ed forces restoring order in Canadian inance Minister }
di CUuSssIon } worst Arab nationalist riots if} Abbott said that the present In Trinidad | MRS. R. N. TURNER, wife of His Excellency the Acting Governor yesterday presented the prizes at I
130 years Commonwealth Economic confer- j the Ursuline Convent’s Prize Giving and Entertainment of the Preparatory Department. nee é » ho
On S Kk ! ence is “the most satisfactory” .of Mrs. Turner is seen presenting a book to her son John while Mr. Turner (right), teachers and par ike her four and lf mi to
LLC an aes but_ unofficial reports | all the postwar parleys he attend- | PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 9 | ents look on. ) the most s¢ 1
said at least 57 persons died in| ed 2rnat uc tals He j > r P " ! r
~ + ¢ a in international capitals. He} Jyonourable A. R. W. Robertson ! ed
Speeded Up | yes terday’s demonstrations ae gave his verdict in a guarded} Financial Secret wy Se todas i | ‘ 7 | ea | Police reporter
4 200 were wounded—some vere} statement for reporters In a ined ‘ ni | ar a : B ( d :
jnot expected to live. Anowee “300 writlen statement Mr. Abbott con- ae rvinised's 1953 bude bia 4 ize xiv in a 4 —? ra ! :
CAIRO, Dec, §. | Were arrested. firmed that the present two-week Alona 4 sation = ght te “ ere | | e . ° I |
Egyptian Premier General , conference which is expected to Sa eur af r Union Chief
2 Troop with shoot-at-sight ™ : mt aie vies next year. He said: “The possibil | A
Viohammed Neguib and British] ; j} end Wednesday or Thursday, i : _ » |
yoo : orders and batked by heavy] : . > : ve ity looms large that if expenditure}
Ambassador Sir Ralph Stevenson | .).../ oe id rtiller eat ic | the prelude io wider talks with continues to. rise, there may be K ALY | R
hay ie Ras | armo nd a ery were de-| weste 5 : ; se, re é - 4
s id wn io th : ma Gone for. cite termined to stamp out any repeti- | "°°"? Rorope and 88 1U.S. no option but to impose highi € igns
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AGE ih PRATENiaas Gee take place| tion of violence, The native Meanwhile leaders are reported | taxation even in the coming year, His Excellency the Acting Governor Mr. R, N. Turner}
with the minimum delay” a joint} @Uarter was sealed off by some|to have plotted a three-point; The Select Committee return®d and Mrs. Turner were among the parents who yesterday | we Oe een ‘ R
statement announced here {9,000 police and soldiers ;programme which they hopa/the estimates to the House today attended the prize-giving entertainment of the Preparatory! ,,, se Labeurile tick Be eth vane nen
voeastty } : 2 es . Rn ‘ will get the sterling are: the -e . . FA ‘ ; Pica . | eteran Labourite Hubet atn r f our te the
es Ni a “nd a — 4 nite But word circulated that labour arinnelal Sante andr Alan ie With an increased deficit from} Department of the Ursuline Convent, Mrs. Turner dis-|,,je1 Critchlow O.B.E. has re- | ‘ Fekete wer
» t ks T > le ] f ~y an 5 . > ” f 7 : =a . . 7 2 ; “14 * + : .
ba «a8 i Stak; and Sheeuk aaa leaders and_ nationalist chiefs— planned talks with other Western |$1-700,000 to $1,927,176. The re- tributed the prizes and included among the prize winners |signed as Secretary of the B.G had
189% fter the Pren lew Tra sworn Ror by France of instigating | Countries aimed at smoothing|7ised budget after six meetings of was her son Labour Union’ the oldest trade closed un ove Lond ind
398 1 1 1 1é SW t . reak Mac c= e . m DE ‘ . ‘ p 4
in his ne Cabinet Ministers to wees “op : the cltye world economic difficulties the Committee, shows that total — Before the prizes were dis-junion in the British Colonia um rs in
! s new net + pLere ~iitine meeting later in the city’s saver ms $@ ‘ =whe ve » sc age > . 4 f :
day rhe statement said agre€-| japour exchange where sha teotite } ‘ : ; aga on 560/405 SF- eens , baestieiac ds the SchoOk bes fe & play | Empire founded by hims if 30 und t er
ment had been reached on some started yesterday ‘lave confi More Committee Work ture $62,362,453 U.K. ould entitled Father Christmas And]years ago, The 67 years old| vices were cancelled one ona
! ! : < arte »sterday. ave confi- ‘ z ’ : 3
point Others were now being! gence in me” Guillaume told the ; ; ss Ke —OP. e e jThe Hubbard amily which Wa8lunionist who represented B.G At i I dar
furth neeting A report from The Adivocate’s }presented in four scenes, Théjon several occasions in the U.K 1 tio aan: ¢ N00
considered A further meeting | >-otectorate Government Council | ‘ : . le : > : ts we r eet ae : ae a 3 te
S ssible |! : London Correspondent says that es ? children played their parts well}and in the Caribbean also sat on y¢ had to be \
would be held as mapas) ty Si lin Rabat before leaving for ich anteentitl Arte “snny. e c me a each cene brought loud 4 i ; - : opl i to be held back from
» statement added.—U.P, lone anh ? e co "e VOrK a) dé Ov i at . H > evera overnmen yoare ind ket windows y Police afte
Mtg: RGR CeFE eee ; Casablanca. needed but present expectation: ARTIE'S HEADLIO - ' 4 applause from the audience | Committees Otie of the few) buses were forced to halt Pate
s ar é > oO rence i » } Th was followed by ‘There | ,,;, 5 . i betien aes a : z ee
. | Twelve Ring-Leaders are that the conference will end ’ a Guianese to have visited Russia port officials estimated 5,000 bus
—“e | g-Leaders idem on z ; , {Was One Who Gave A Lamb”, a : ee | _
. a tad o--4 | orrow evening. :A_ lengthy ' ¢ ne is - * “lhe served four yea as nomin u hac en cancélle nce the
I re Destro Ss Cwelve ring-leaders blamed by | communique setting out the min- oi anes jnativity play for children by],", °©tY& re yea E a ad a es ns had be neélled si the
French for the insurrection | st final 1 : n ther ° Anmoite Mason. sur ted member of the Legislative x fell last Frida
S pS - vere sought. They included eight | b eee er eens eu The performers in the seeond Council and Executive Council Trains collided at London
Oil Re mery were leaders and four chiefs of | “This is expected to outline the Hiei. By K. ©. THALER play were, Mary Gonzales as Our|Through his efforts and repre-| Bridge and on the King’s Cros
- | the Istaqlial_ (Independence) Commonwealth’s” new* approach LONDON, Dec. ¥. Lady, Klsa Vallenilla as St, sentations, BiG. has some of the} Herford jines piue¢ 0 oh .
LANARK, Scotland, Dec, 9. [National Party. to problems of trade, finance, de- Britain would welcome U.S, Joseph, Juliet Gaskin as the}™° { advanced trade union ‘eg eriously injured.—U.P.
Rene et yal hit mel French police who have already | velopment and commodity: and planes and troops to help her/angel,’ Monti Oudkerk as Man|#lation in the Caribbean. | cnnideniadiaheanaiis
molished an oil refinery on the started an inquiry, said the pattern policy . | build up the defence of the! with grain, Sonia Webster as the During consideration of his |
C lyde River here las 1 a Loe vindende: was ‘similar to Cairo’s | : Middle East against potential/May, with gold, Pauline Brageker resignation letter many tributes D t | D ‘ . t :
ing blazing debris in all airections S! outbreak last spring. Agitators| But no dramatic changes in poli. ;aggression an authoritative Brit-|us a Girl with flowers, Denise|were paid vo his pioneering zeal uteh ocuments
aud snaking houses, | whipped up the crowd and dis-|¢Y are expected. The real signifi- ish source said Tuesday The} Weatherhead as a Boy with a and unaffected leadership — by t ea } ro
Police reported no one injured ltributed cutlasses razors and/| ¢ance of the conference may not {source said the Middle East’s/lamb and pupils of preparatory};union executive member: A Not Going Lo U.S.
There was no immediate estim~-| cicjes to the “mob crying for| in fact emerge’ until the Com- | security must be considered in| and Montessori classes as a choir} special subcommittee Wag aj 5 n
ate of the damage, Ten fire bri \«vengeance” against French “op. | monwealth countries begin talks | | future as the responsibility of | f angels |pointed to consider the terms of THE HAGUE. Dee. 9
g Kade s and fireboat poured tons | pressors.” with the new United States ad- | | the free world since Britain can The cast in the first play were) retirement he would be given rh Dutch Government has
of chemicals into the burning re- ministration in the early part of it longe shoulder this task|/Yvonne Hannah, Belen Rivero,! Mr, Critchlow as for years “a j,otified the U.S. that vill not
finery and three huge reservoir Efforts to get the Sultan of} next year = | ai ve pea _ a Mar y Goddard, Maurice De Ver-|banned man” in Trinidad and : ate : { er ai vb
tanks were set ablaze by subse-' Morocco to disavow the rioters The communique will undoubt- | It added that any place, for the} teul Marion Spencer, De xter'! even his position as member of | p.,¢ relati eum com-
quent blast | failed so far French sources said.| edly stress the importance of de- |defence buildup in the Middle | Hoyo Elizabeth Harding, An-'!the B.G. Executive did not pre=| panies in tl etherlands to be
Shipping along the Clyde was| Sidi Mohammed the Fifth, quit his} velopment as a means of closing East must centre around a base|thony Chabrol, Rosalind MeCon-\yent him from being refusé nt to Washington to be used in
delayed by We intense heat and Casabianca palace and went to the dollar gap. | in the area and the only effective |"€Y, Rex Wotton, Mary King)admission to Trinidad when re the anti-tri campaign. One of
smoke.—U.P. |Rabat but maintained _ silence The need for expansion of trade base lies in Egypt Elizabeth Legg, Marguerite Baron,|iurning from the World Trade the biggest oil companies in the
| rather than turn his back on the} and commodity price stabilisa~ Search for an alternative base |4nita Paschen, Pent lope Farah,} jyjon conference in London. orld, R Dutet ell has
Vi Pi ee W cis Nationalist cause he supported! tion schemes will also be empha- | “Amyhow, | can't see protiuced no solution and|ary Pitcher Dinah McNeil, Joan Mr, Critchlow was for years! headquarter 1) the Netherlands
ir. may Ins jever since the wat = But ek aur e a | your secretary resigning strengthened the belief of the mili - a a a eager A t! member of the Georgetown Town | Britain 1 simil nnounce-
\ ° mM | : only be mentioned as a long- | bec - I a tree? 7 Fields, Joyce way rlene "| Counc! ment rec ur.
> 2 ac | European families in isolated | ¢,, ie + : os ecause you dislike her! \tary that Egypt must remain the ‘aria Urb: Nort vhewaie
Confide nee L¢ st Sree ate . term objective for the time when focal. palst Lor: Warten dafenca eel Blanca rbaneja, v —
jyuaste) evacuated to strong points | ¢he sterling area is in substan-! t Gardier, June Knight veers fi
PARIS, Dec. 9. to save them from the same fate tial surplus with the rest of the “9 planning | Michelle Goddard, Jennifer God » >
Premier Antoine Pinay won | of those who were unspeakably | world and gold reserves are con- | Gandhi Ss Son Politicians as well as military! gard. Wendy K idney Patricia em ye rs is 5¢ us he)
close vote of confidence in the|mutilated and hacked to death. | siderably higher than at present. | are now agreed that if Egypt is| parley, Jennifer Angela”
National Assembly m Tuesday] , ea sr ee aR U.P. & CO.P. Me |to provide the chief ‘base of the! |awrency, Valarie Beast ony | ¢
night after he warned that his | | oes eeryes ogy lade 3 rreste | Western defence setup, she mus s| topher St. John ‘e. ‘ eC ¢ nce
os . “{|huge U.S. a re fields 2 J } 4 ae
; . ie Eom ~ O- ‘rate i a a ml »
ave the France prokramine| .nnanad. totale bekevad a pre- co-operate in it fully. For this l ¢ e as ; .
offers the only chance of solvi 13 | cautionar y measure.—-U.P. “wT eo .2 I A JOHANNESBURG ataci Pee or vin So *) , |
v1 . bles . a dagetence arrangements lave been s .
France’s economic oan eras unisia Is South Africa, Dec. 9, |geferred until settlement | 2nd Birt he ay PARIS, Dec. 9
ie oa ress a en clo iat - i D 99 a Gan Fei â„¢ reached with Egypt the source fal The 14 nation North Atlantic Treat Organization
decisio was s¢ a ae 6 e late Mohandas K, andhi and |. aaaa » " T M > : 1 wie Dit oes
recount was ordered. It Se paneer Spot even white persons including the asided. ‘or rip € Ss focussed attention on the Middle Ea day Ri oe
to the assembly approval ot lson of former South African North Africa as the allies opened a series of n eet woes
Pinay’s nine-month-old oatamtt 5 e UNITED NATIONS, Dec, 9. |Governor-General were arrested — { January 17, 1953 will be day | will culminate in a conferer {f Cabinet Ministers here
TET ee hie ccom Thee nee S Day. India warned the United Nations] last sht f lefying race t ( t the St. Joh : w c . th ntire é tate I~ pre-
= Daa ndia wé d a ns | has nigh o1 defying i ele} m a h st. John’ next week to considet er ¢ irea .: ¥
to France. It cleareth the way ie'| hopping 8 on Tuesday that “Tunisia is a!segregation laws | Lquipment flor In tier On that day, the triplets pare ~dness for wal
the immediate debate On 10% langer spot’ and “speedy imple- It was the first active part } Judith, Joan and Keith Harewood | Top secre trate guidance’
premier’s recovery of te before Xmas mentation of the right of elt | taken by non-natives in the oye . , celebrate their second birth { for the entire defence
budget of almost $11,000,000,000. iete 1 for th ple ¢ m against Prime Minister Phili tre j \ , C , r ad t
I “uP determination for 1e people of|campaign again: 1e } t [pp ?8 | /18 Die, 14 + url hes 7 een revised to
i Tunisia is esseritia] if peace to} Daniel F. Malan’s race laws ais reir birth. on . 1 : he NATO
ba } ‘ y .
> io. 4 x be iaintained in a vital area of as SAN FRANCISCO, De ) ual 1951, the have lived N , tre t Purke
“MARKET” STREET he cht Made Pane Dol.| i Miittickh Duncan son of (Gi) cwindte acaiinas of deed dorm lta eich es ther mehe,| Suattees Goellapae
lit, leader of the Indian delegation| Patrick Duncan, former Governor] machinery and $10,000 in « } nestic of Gall Hill, St. Joh A tial
the first speaker in the Assem- General of South Africa and ready arriveq here for ent} ham sedularty BARLETTA, Italy, Dec. : plar inc
| main Political Committee | Manilal Gandhi led a gr » of 37 | to the Philippines in the nil i acre been rand? arias Eighteen pérsons were ki a fore +f est Council of
| Chairman Joao Carlos Muniz;thers into the native secon! phase of the Lion Club ‘fight fo red for by the staff the insti-| ng 14) injured” an oft: po LTO nisters’ meeting in 1950
: wr. ‘a . : rhe me J Sos 2 ont . : a 7 sa vhen two apartmen ul a Me me) j ‘
read a list of 35 speakers en-| "&al Johannesburg 4... | democracy” programe Vhey are happy, and grow- |S4id © : ‘ it i iff representing 14
gad ioe e. ahasal. aebate. oh he party of seven wh ites, Farm equipment came fror Se _ roe P, Pinies dom. {| ollapsed after 48 hours of steady ‘ae sont 5 epare reporte 6
| Tunisia nineteen Indians and _ fourteen | California and Nevada and will be| jsnions are seven other childre + oe mee Te missior permanent
i natives was arrested for entering | forwarded to San Francisco by] \., o are also inmate it the inst Troops were called to aid E eae \ \TO. Council Thursday and
| The list showed that the United/the area without the permits as | the first week of Muareh for ship-|.., and Firemen in rescuing persons) ' ; Defer nd Finance
| States which sounded an appeal | tequired under South African) ment to the Philippines accord- "D + their toro year OF asso- \trapped in the wreckage while’ | ie eeepc
for moderation yesterday intended; race laws. ing to Jack Block in charge of the so ne rs faa : stith tion, they {the rain still streamed down The}
[to speak again at the end of the| Police held the group under 4} shipment lt aban: Wihven th 5 d ps t avery jhouses, their foundations ak Hig ) t genda f
\ debate |}recent law making it an offence Block said “the respons¢ ery|" Sei oe oe 5 me atin 4 kes ,\ened by the downpour collapsed | ion dt eries é
Madame Pandit said “It is our)to incite natives to break the law]encouraging and enthusiasm for, ™°™ y 4a * dey thaty ¢ akes a | with a roar shortly before 1 a.m en i
firm conviction that a speedy im-|or hold meetings attended by more] the programme % pick ihe ee at 7 ; ‘; nce p+ Residents awakened the crash) sy, le East, the area
B he . he only case ¢ |
jplementation of the right of self|than ten persons, daily. “Thi just-a bare begin-| They are no ae 1 cc ee the {Called Police and starte d rescue} jing M ! n and Na
determination for the people of —U-P. ning Lior expect to collect} triplet ; eat ~ “. * eae . ; ' worl, | Def ts t
Tunisia is essential if peace is to hundreds of truckloads for ip=| vf and Bs, oN Wy Per wor a Prefect Mario Carta of yi ian
| be maintained in the vital area ’ 7 7 ment.—U.P. | as ore = bans 4, {Bari who came to direct rescue] I Her erhand renc
lof the world For this reason we YUGOSLAV IA | ean See rte ” oe , ie a operations said 18 were k n to nt t ive €
| view with particular regret the P oi re was & yen, pe d ar be 7 be dead and 14 injured includiz ishmer
. ‘ hs »y were born |
|complete breakdown of negotia- LANS TDACK E iplets in ev re six in serious condition . ee
ltions in Tunisia.’ A ak Ape rt In B. G.| St. Peter on U.P. | ce NATO will
“Tunisia is tod a danger spot} LONDON, Dec. 9. rem Our Own ¢ ) | a
for ave ae protest, and iz Rion Pravda, official organ of thé GEORGE TO Wh Dec a? | ‘ + jthat he Mid
tion has started there and wil iet Communist Party ne to- Mr. Albert Waterston, ceonomist! Italian Reds Sneak Niall Fk: sship | 8
. i t was ‘common knowledge taff member ¢ 4 \ Po '
pread far beyond the border and staff member o he up
t Yugoslavia is planning a Mill-| Bank, is here for iltat |
th . + for } » & 36 } € rr consu co 1
t ‘ erate > t - a a s ary attack on her Socialist neigh-| connection with the pre Sy atior \F la 5S Into Austria For Gree *k Line |
iat we co r the continuanc : ecti Ww uratio | ;
bours” acec ng to a Tz Agency }; Se is t i aras { }
it the present violently disturbed] Message received in London® aaciae hal tee atte dick te ve ae Ae! NEW YORK, Dec. 9, | nae
ituation in Tunisia a dange a formation for the eight man B. Italian munists banned by J iend Dire by } fi Me
ernational peace.” -U.F Mission due to art in Feb Gove from attending the tana f "i ms aE : . ; Sy ard
: ‘ y >, . Goulandri srotner yf LOT ! }
—U.P, pmeeevts a to study the po es oO omit if Peace Congre y le vil ein
elopment nd to make ‘ managed to sneak flags and mes General on} for ' . nit I t vh
CEYLON APPOINTS endation es of solidarity over the ae in Europe announced Mon- \dmiral, cor
° oa, ; , the Aust coe the n flagship the | Pe
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x ime now under construc-|
Tunisia Calm | RUBBER COMMISSIONER * last nigh “ a in, Gina,” Martland, will
: on i tlasgow scotland
TUNISIA, Dec. 9 COLOMBO, Dec. 9 U.S. Dollar op ike her maiden voyage from! f N.A.T.O, mil
Fre j f ephone < Tr} Ceylon Government ha | : y southampton to York | ie
nuni n ‘ rue ppointed a rubber commi ery i i MONTREAL, I r r t esterda ; September. | ra
the du r f as the : ter tow ards etti a count Ar ‘oft u mile { the ‘ tatio t He ae - ane
j ; é ‘ : li rp | re¢ i l ive
hi t i t . ild eliminate 1 r cent y f t p i
an Protectorate fit ich shippe = lar 1 the ‘A t ne
The irfey ‘ rt rope - | secor F i
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— Caub Calling



Lecture Fer Teachers
M' J. ¢ HAMMOND, He
4 master of Harrison Coll

lecture to, school teacher it
the Annus Gene | Meetir al
the Church House or De embe

13. The meeting begin n

Home By End Of “Yeer

M’ "Hola = Jimmy’? BOOT






arrived here re-
fre i busines trip
through Ca j Vl Boot is rep
resentative of Honig Product
He is travelling through the West
Indic returning to Holland
the end of he yea He ex-
pects t pend Christmas in Ja- MISS GRACE PILGRIM
maic
Mr. Boot who is a guest of State Registered Nurse
Accra Beach Club Rockley is due

to leave for Trinidad on Satur ISS GRACE PILGRIM
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ha a ; nd Mr A. C, 4H, Pilgrim,
Christmas [n The W.1. loravian Manse, Mt. Tabor, St
yr Parents’ and Teacher A John has been successful in het
ociation of Alperton, Mid- ate Registration Examination
Mesex listened to a lecture last ‘race, a former pupil of
month on the West Indies The @ueen'’s College, trained at the
lecture vas entitled “hristmas © eral Hospital before entering
in the West Indies"—and no F“rnborough Hospital, Kent
doubt, Barbados in particular where she is now 4 staff nurse
The speaker was Mrs. Laurence >"@ intends to eontinue her
Yearwood who with her husband “'“dies in midwifery.
and four year old son Peter live rs . :
in Alperton Mrs, Rd ‘ With Shell Caribbean
the former Margaret Weekes an 2 y } “r » week-e
ex-mistress of St Michael's Girls te fe Serres

+a by B.W.LA,. from Caracas
School, | Venezuela were Mr. and Mrs
Mr Yearwood is the son of Mrs. - o Friend. They have come
M. L. Yearwood of “Ashcroft,” over for two weeks’ holiday” and
Ist Ave. Belleville. During the are guests at. the Ocean View
war he was an R.A.F, navigator. }yote; , pe :
He now works with the Aluminum Mr
Union Ltd., with offices off the a.
Strand,

Friend is employed in the
Accounts department of the Shell
iribbean Company in Caracas.

=) a "
Carib Tour Week-end Arrivals
RRIVING yesterday morning M* J. NIBLOCK, Attorney of
= = B.W.1.A from Prinidad Messrs Robert Thom Ltd.,
was r, R. Greenwood, Export aq Mrs. Niblock, returned from
Manager of Allen and Hanburys scotland via New York by the
Ltd., manufacturing chemists and Aleoa Planter on Sunday night
makers of surgical instruments after six months’ holiday. They
and hospital equipment of Lon- aid they had a very enjoyable
don, England. holiday and were glad to be back
Mr. Greenwood who will be jn time for Christma
here until Thursday as a guest Also arriving by the Alcoa
at the Ocean View Hotel, is planter on Sunday night from
making a general survey of some Now York were Mr. and Mrs,
of the islands in the Caribbean Robert O. Lord who have re-
area in ordei to see for himself. turned to spend the winter holi-
what the situation is with regard qays at Queen’s Fort, St, Jame
to his products as well as to get and Mrs. William Roberts of
acquainted with his agents and Connecticut, U.S.A. who is a
other contacts. regular winter visitor to Barba-
From Barbados he will be going aoc
on to Jamaica before’ returning to Mrs. Roberts is a guest at the

London, Ocean View Hotel
For Trade Union Conference oa '
R. F. L. WALCOTT, M.C.P To Jamaica

left yesterday morning by . 2 AY : he
B,W.1.A. for Trinidad en route to RS. sie ao SILVA, nae ae
Rio de Janeiro to attend the mer Dorothy Eckstein, and
Biennial Conference of the Con- her son left for Jamaica over the
gress of the Inter-American Re- week-end by BW elas, Thay, Mere
gional Organisation (O.R.1.T.), accompanied by Mrs Da, Stlva S
an affiliate of the International mother, MS. Ena CKD, wire
Congress of Free Trade Unions, © the late Mr. Georgie Eckstein





Mr. Walcott is General Secre- Mrs. Da Silva's husband is with
tary of the Barbados Workers’ the Roy Mins Bank of Canada’s
Union and Chairman of the Carib- Branch in Kingston,

bean Division of O.R.1.T. Two Months

Prize Winners M* JAMES BIRKETT, a Bar
RIZE WINNERS in the raffle badian employed by the
at “Woodside” Fair on Sat- ©-S.M. Company tn Curacao for
urday in aid of local charities the past four years, returned to
were as follows:—First Prize of Curacao by B.W.1.A, on Monday

ohe Comb and Brush set to Miss @fter spending two months’ va
Cecile Warner, c/o Messrs Louis ''0n in the island,

Bayley, Second, Prize—a_ Pond’s . Meatat

Gift Set, Mr. Arthur Mayhew, for Trinidad Meet

River Road, Third Prize—a flash- M* FRED THIRKELL left by
light. Miss E, Lampitt Sandy the ss. Boskoop for Trini-
Beach Hotel.” dad on Monday to take part in

Winners can call at “Woodside the five-day Christmas race meet-
Gardens” at their own conveni- ing which will take. place. at
ence for their prizes Queen's Park Savarmah



| EAVING on Mon

Pleasure Trip

Mi KING

Here kor Christmas

MONG the 4 enge arriy



nidad was Mr



ex Oilfields
S§ COme over for the Christ-
holiday al will
ning fer a mont!

Back From Venezuela

VRS. H B. KERR of Maresol
Bea Flats, St. Lawrence
returned tron Venezuela

frinidati on Sund
LA. She was acc
rendson David

might by
pamied by









! ome oO spend Christmas j
oh with hi idparents
i Kerr is the wife of the
Driliing Superintendent of _ the
B Gulf Oil Co

Spent Five Weeks

ISS MURIEL FORD of the

Bronx, New York, returned
home on Thursday after oe
five weeks soliday a he guest
of Mr. and Mr Clyde reen

Syd Greame, Top Rock.

Mis Ford i senior Accoun-

tant’s Clerk at the Department
Taxation and Finance Bureau «
Motor Vehicles, New York

Annual Holiday

oo his annual holiday

with hi parents i Mr

G. Me a son of Mr. and
Mrs, R. B » Kenzie of the Bank
House, Pine’ ‘Hill, He came in 7
Saturday evening by B.W-I
from Venezuela where he Sa
bee employed as an eccoune RS
witi: Schlumberger Surenc«

for the past four years

Mr. Me Kenzie expect
here for a month
* *
LSO spending a month's holi-
4 day here from Venezuela
are Mr, and Mrs, F. Van Dijyk
ind their two children who
arrived on Saturday evening by
B.W.IA. They are guests at Coral

Sand

Mr, Van Djyk is head of the

Correspondence and Reproduction
Department of the Shell Carib
bean Company

R, C. R. Eaglesham of the
Maintenance pert of

the Cardon Refinery in Caracas
Ve



zuela is now in Barbados for
1 month's holiday. He arrived on

Saturday evening by B.W.LA

iccompanied by his wife and in-

fant daughter Jacqueline and is

i guest at Paradise Beach Club

aS by the same air-
craft on Saturday from

Venezuela were Mr, and Mrs.

Enrique Blat who are here for
eight days and Mr. and Mrs

Charles E. Breuille who will be

remaining for a month, They are

all guests at the Ocean View

Hotel
Intransit

M* JACK BAYLEY, partner
of Universal Agencies,

Lvitish Guiana was an intransit
passenger through Barbados over
the week-end on a business visit

the Northern Islands.
He returns on Friday en route
Trinidad

* * *



lay morning



y B..G. Airwa for Dom
nig, on a routine visit, was Mr.
Riidt Rait whe was an overnight

from Trinidad by B.W.1.A
Mr Rait is Agricultural Officer

for the Caribbean area of C.D.C
With headquarters in Jamaica

BY THE WAY... By Beachcomber

HAT kind of a prig,”’ asked flute need not necessarily be play
Foulenough, “is the man ¢d round a corner,” I am aware of

who tells a woman that he loves that, but as it is admitted that a
everything about her—and then flute gains nothing in volume o1
pretends that doesn’t include her tone by being crooked, I do not
money?” see the point of the crookednes:
“It is the crude way you put it “I do not suppose,” says the cham-
that is so offensive,’ replied Vita pion of the crooked flute, “that you
Brevis want to be dragged into a contro-
“Without your money,” said versy on such a subject.” Why,
Foulenough, “how do you suppose there is nothing | would enjoy
I could afford to buy you jewel- more Let us never forget the
lery and beautiful clothes? I love scene in Pirandello’s “I Flauto
your money because it would help Curvato,” where Giacomella says

me to make you happy.” that a thing is only crooked if you
“I wish I could believe you,” see it crooked Whereupon, a
said Vita Brevis. washer-woman tweaks her nose
“I often wish I could believe violently, crying, “I wish to see it
myself,” replied Foulenough crooked.” But what is all this to
The crooked flute us? 4
NE who signs himself ‘“Musi- Dovs Hodgson really care:
cus” assures me that my sur- HE time draws near when the
prise at reading of a crooked flute Saucy Mrs. Flobster, pride of

is unwarranted, “The crooked the Lots-road flotiJla, will have to

be towed to her last home and
broken up, Let rae add that there
will be nothing to tow and nothing
to break up unless the matter is
taken in hand very soon. Mrs,
Withersedge complains that every
time a craft pasSes, in either di-
rection, the swell set. up by its
passage shakes further bits and
pieces off the rotten structure
Rear-Admiral Sir Ewart Hodg-
son's signal from the Lots-road



power house: “Use more glue,”

was acted upon by Mrs. Wither-
sedge. About four belis, she sig-

nalled: “Cat Fluffy stuck to bulk- |
head.” And so the long epic wears |

on to its degrading close

Short story
RSULA! Ursula!”

His cry rang across the fields |
The girl took not the slightest no-|

tice, Her name was Gladys



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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1952

JOINT AND
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may mean kidney trouble

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1952

BANISH CONSTIPATION
OVERNIGHT!

BROOKLAX is the SUI@ way

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night. A sure remedy for
adults and children

BROOKLAX is the easy way.



wing 1 c
me of the Report
Dos Santos
review the salaries of Government



of Sir Errol

Servants in Barbados and to re-
So pleasant to take. It | ay r aaages h ,
looks and tastes like de- | The Advocate will publish
licious chocolate instalment of the report each day

until the complete report is pub-

+o:
i lished: —
BROOKLAX is the safe wert Your Excellency, °
Safely, without irritation By letter datéd 30th August,
it helps to re-establish nor | 1952, I was appointed Commis-
mal bowel action. sioner with the following terms
of reference:
(a) To review ind to make

recommendations regarding
the remuneration of all Gov-
ernment servants in Barbados,
excluding those covered by the
Turner Committee Report,
except where it is considered
anomalies still exist or would
be created by the recommen-

BROOKLAX

Agents :
H. JASON



JONES & CO. LTD dations to be made, with
special reference to the fol-
| lowing points: —

t (i) theâ„¢ extent, if any, to
which the present cost
of living allowances
should b@ regarded as
permanent and be _ in-

corporated in basic sal-

| aries, or as temporary

and related to the cost of
living index;

is produced

‘4 Gi) the general standards of
wader Atala remuneration and super-
annuation payments in
the Colony, outside the
Civil Service;
(b) To enquire into and report
on any matters incidental to

the foregoing which may ap-

, pear relevant to the enquiry,
and to make recommenda-
tions as to any consequential
adjustments arising there-
from;

To complete the

the 30th November,

2. In view of my

activities in Trinidad I

clear on accepting the

ment that.

(a) I would not be able to take
up residence in Barbados for
any continuous length of
time,

(b) 1 would
visits to

(ce) enquiry
1952,
business
made it

appoint-

by

ws

\s| KLE

) |

U

make periodical
3arbados for the
purpose of interviewing As-
sociations, Heads of Depart-
ments and individuals and of
obtaining information which
would assist me in my in-
vestigations, and
Most of the detailed work
would be done in Trinidad.
3. I returned from leave in the
United Kingdom on the 7th Sep-
tember and paid my first visit to
arbados during the period 22nd

(c)

to 26th September, I again re-
turned to Barbados during Oc-
tober and stayed for the follow-

ing periods;
lIst—4th October
24th—31st October
Prior to my first visit I had done
quite a lot of preliminary work.
4. During my visits I had con-
ferences with-
The Civil Service Association,



The Police and Fire Brigade
| Association, /
Don’t let that The Association of Assistant
}School Teachers in Secondar)
! Schools — all of whom had sub-
COLD take hold! mitted most comprehensive memo-
| randa.

Just a few drops of Vapex on your
handkerchief, and on your pillow
at night, will clear the head in-
stantly. Vapex relieves your cold
from the first deep breath you take.
Vapex is highly concentrated,
economical, and
pleasant to use.

I had interviews with the Mana-
gers Of all the Banks, the Presi-
dent of the Chamber of Commerce,
the Secretary of the Barbados
Mutual Life Assurance Company
and the Marshals of the courts

I interviewed the Heads or Act-
| ing Heads of the following depart-
ments:

Colonial Secretary, Post Office,

















Public Market, Public Trustee,

Also the | Police, Prisons, Government In-

Vapex Inhaler— | dustrial Schools, Education,

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Sera Pinee with | Labour, Highways and Transport,

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‘oe works, Social Welfare, Controls,

‘ | Subsidies etc., The Chairman and

WAPEX {Manager of the Peasants Loan
Bank, ;

TRADE MARK

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I visited the following
| The Public Library, The Public
Market, The General Hospital,

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Report Of Salaries





The In trial Schools, The fF
Plant Livestock Fi
The | rks Office

Representations in wri
Heads of Departments, -
dividuals and groups of -
L were referred to n by the
Colonial Secretary

5. Business firms, who were
circularised by the Secretariat
before my arrival, submitted to
me confidentially the rates of
Salaries and wages paid to their
employees together with state-
ments relating to leave, bonuses
and Provident or Pension
Schemes These returns have
been most useful to me and 1
Wish to express to these firms
my grateful thanks for their kind

co-operation.

C.O0.L. Allowances

6. In the Barbados regrading
scheme of 1948 the cost of living
allowances were incorporated in
basic salaries. At about the
ame time a similar procedure
was followed in various Colonies
on the assumption that prices for

or

main commodity goods, on which
cost of living indices were based,
would have been stabilised. This
assumption, howevcr, proved to
be incorrect, as prices have risen
since the consolidation of the
allowances with the result th
cost of living allowances have
had to be re-introduced by sev-
eral colonies.

The Barbados Government
granted a cost of living allow-
ance with effect from the 16th
June, 1951, at rates set out in
Resolution No, 77 of 1991, Since

that date the cost of living index
has risen.

I am of the opinion, therefore,
that it would be unwise at the
present time to consolidate these
allowances. My recommendations
for the revision of basie salaries
are based on the non-consolida-
tion of the allowances, the ad-
justment of which should be a
matter of negotiation from time
to time between the Govérnment
and the Civil Service Association
and/or any other Association
recogniseq by Government.

General Standards of Remun-
eration Outside the Service

7. With reference to (a) (ii)
of the terms of reference I have
carefully examined the returns of

employers, to which reference is
made in Paragraph 5 hereof. The
returns deal mainly with clerical




employees, secretaries,
dispensers, artisans and
in the sugar industry.
The Labour Commissioner
also furnished me with wage
rates payable by certain indus-
tries. Some firms have contribu-
tory Pension and Provident Fund
Schemes and pay annual bonuses
to their staff, dependent upon the
annual profits of their undertak-
ings. In some cases the bonuses
are substantial, There are, how-
ever, a very large number of em-
ployees in the Government Ser-
vice in respect of whom there are
no comparable posts outside the
Service.
Basis of Recommendations
8. In Paragraph 16 of the
Turner Committee’s Report is
stated thdt Barbados with its
limited economic resources could
not afford the level of salaries
paid in Trinidad in respect of the
posts dealt with in that Report.
On close examination of the sal-
aries of the Civil Service in
Barbados I lind that the salaries
of many posts below those of As-
sistant Heads of Departments
compare favourably with those
paid in Trinidad and that in the

typists,
workers

has

it

lower grades certain salaries are
higher than or equal to thost
paid in Trinidad.

In cases where there are no

comparable posts in Barbados out-

side the Barbados Civil Service,
I have reached the conclusion
that it would be fair and equit-
able to base my salary proposals
generally on the Trinidad seale
of salaries, taking into consider-
ation the difference between the

rates of cost of living allowances
payable in Barbados and Trinidad
particular cases for special

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————

BARBADOS ADVOCATE







ye ear at thei a
hall, on romotion,
A ‘ t - t an immediate nere-
yn the higher
; ! x moted officer
to U Re ven less than a year at
Bart s are | « thaximum s! 1 rec€ive an in-
In my recommendations I have erément on completion of 12
included annuel increments for months ervice from the date
men and women at th same of their last increment, retain-
rates disregarding present ing their existing incremental
tem of differentiatio te.”
Financial Implications Generous
Ir ew of the foregoing I feel
9 Though in my terms of that the method adopted in
reference I have in no way been Barlbod generous ind I
restricted to financial consider- leave it entirely to the Govern-
ations I felt constrained to cal- mer to, decide whether the
culate the cost of my proposals generous treatment is to be con-
over period ol years as com- tinue
pared with the cost over the During the course of my en-
same period of present commit- quiry it was represented to me
ments, ‘a that anomalies have arisen in
While I wish to be fair to Gov that certain officers, who are
ernment employees I must per- approaching the compulsory age
force have regard to the financial GF retirement, will have to retire
resource of the Colony and » bef . ing tt
: ive fore drawing their maximum
the general taxpayers who even- win with the result that they
tually will have to find the money :
to meet any increased expendi- will iw smaller pensions than
ture. Moreover, it would have their younger colleagues on the
Maen Bittle for me tO wie ame grade of salary who will
éommendatianis without estimatin, v tt opportunity of reaching
the cost which, when eventually. eit maxima, on which their
pensions will be calculated,
costed, might hi involved su om ; ; ma .
1 This is not an anomaly but a
large idditional exper
p? to warratit immediate re hardship which can be remedied
jection of the proposal ithout |! the Government is empowered
further cohsideration to grant accelerated increments,
I have had to spend consider- is done elsewhere, to officers
able time in making these caleu- W? long «and meritorious ser-
lations, the results of which are ¥!*
set out in Appendix VII of this rhe particular cases which
Report came inder my notice are de-
Assimilation or Transfer serving of special consideration.
10 3efore dealing with the 1 Before arriving at the
revision of salaries L feel that I recommendations which are em-
should deal with the question of podied in the various Appendices
the salary payable to ap officer to this Report I gave very care-
when the salary of his office is re- fy) consideration to the “recom-

graded -
The Civil Service Association
ind the Association of Assistant
Teachers in Secondary School:
have urged that the prineiple of

mendations of Heads of Depart-
ments, to the memoranda of the
various Associations which were

amplified at subsequent conferen-









aa @

ommissioner







te without experience would
suitable qualified t
satisfactorily the duties
of these posts until he
several years’ training, e.g.
Customs Supervisor, Inspector of
raxes, Office Superintendent
I therefore recommend that
the officers in this category be
divided into two group as
under
GROUP “A”
Head of Service Office No
2. Colonial
Secretary Office Supt. 1
2. Accountant
General Accountants 2
4. Auditor
General Auditors 2)
6. Customs Supervisors 3)
8. Post Office Postal Supt. 1)
Accountant 1
20. Education District |
Inspectors 3
21. Science & Office Supt. 1
Agriculture
23. Medical Office Supt. 1
‘), Income Tax &
Death Duties Inspectors 3
10. Waterworks Accountant 1
19
GROUP “B"
Head of Service Office No
2». Public Works Asst.
Engineer 2
81, Labour Dept. Labour
Officers 3
32. Highways & Asst.
Transport Engineer 2
Persofinel
Officer 1
40. Waterworks Junior
Engineer 1}
41. Social Senior Dis-
Welfare trict Wel-
fare Officer 1 |
10
For officers in Group “A” I pro-

pose a salary of 2,880 x 144—38,456
which compares favourably with
salaries in Trinidad to Principal |
Officers







transfer should be adopted = - na 0 ieee aee P moo The comparison is as under: |
whereby an officer should enter 7) 1 a “f ne ee er Barbados Trinidad |
the new seale with as many in- n the Appendices I have set out Proposed |
crerents as he had earned on the thy ,,reduests made by the Asso- salary 2,880—3,456 2,880—3,600
ola seale, as the system? in foree Cations, but not the recommenda- Cost of 5
in Barbados of placing the officer Gong maae by Heads of Depart- Living 1 |
on the next incremental point in â„¢Ments nor the requests of indi- Allce 156 156 48 48 |
the mew scale works a hardship vidual officers which were greatly Pr ae aie |
on officers with long service, A in excess of those made on their 3,036—3,612 2,998 3,648 |
similar proposal was considered behalf by the Associations “ — |
in Paragraph 91 of the Adams’ 12 In the main Report I I do not propose any revision of |
Report and rejected propose to deal specifically with S@lary for those in Group “B”
Gos. Sure Mae teks 6 (a) reclassification of certain I have been informed that the
T i é é Q Ss + or bd 20] x ” |
im of the opinion that it would groups of officers, and term “Assistant Engineer” is a}
be impossible for any Coloniat ‘) groups of officers for whom patie ao. pon Bonne aks erg
Government with limited reseure- | have recommended smaller [OS'S do not generally hold any
ss t wise selaries. and at she ilaries than those paid to engineering qualification nor in«
es to revise salaries and a 1€ i ha sd aeed is it considered essential that
same time voncede the request of See . Sh Trinidad | holding they should hold such qualifica
the dd dint . mik re: y r ‘ ; Pf
he Associations ae, offices, giving my {ions in view of the limited activi-
I would like to remind mem- reasons for so doing. In the ties of their departments
bers of the Associations that leer h il ou question is not a new issue vut : alt dea’ we vee requir- has recently obtained qualifica-
was a live question even in an- in any special comment in tions; though it may not have been
cient aes ‘ — ae he a oO 38 an appendix to this a condition of his employment that |
aine ‘ se ow cer epo g
Se ee by aes Sire a tah
> Se , ‘ of 1 «opinion lat with uch
at the same rate as Cane ge ae Posts in Executive Grade qualifications he should be more |
. p a : .
yorne the burden and heat of the 4.929; 1,920 x 120—2,880— useful to his department.
whole day. (Vide nap rT 2 ; 3.456 IT accordingly recommend that!
the Gospel according to St. Mat- abe i
nS ST i st. 13. As these posts were dealt 2"Y holder of the post of “Assist. |
thew), vit by the Turner Committee ant Engineer” who obtains his en- |
I may here quote in full the they were not subject to review S aatat a: peer ee
1% J ranted 1 ess 31 a
Preteen rules oven the Axi 1g byqme under the terms of refer- increments in the scale “provided
‘The rules govern e NE ence , > ‘iv ‘eae
Pat facies salary saa Eel As however, the Civil that the maximum scale is not
of an of ree a sa em _ pro= Service Association and certain thereby exceeded
motion (which ineludes re- Heads of Departments § raised q .; ‘ ;
grading) are contained in with me the status of some of Senior Clerks and Officers of |
Colonial Regulation 44, This the officers in this category, I Similar Status |
provides for an immediate smight and obtained the permis- 2,160 x 120—2,880 |
increase in salary to an officer sion of His Excellency the Gov- 14 The scale of salary of an|
only where the minimum of cornor to review the position of officer in this classification is a|{
the new office is greater than {hese officers combination of part of the scale|
his former salary In cases Among the qualifications re- @ On Page 6.
where the officer has been in quired for the holders of these ———-
receipt of salary equivalent toa posts which were created in|
the minimum salary of his new 1950 are
incremental seale he is required (a) high academic qualifications, |
to serve a qualifying period e.g., holder of a degree or of

varying with the period during accepted professional qualifi-

which his former salary was cation,

drawn, before he is entitled to (b) practical experience,

draw his first increment in his (c) ability in leadership and
new grade, handling staff,

In cases of promotion where Close scrutiny of the offices
the lower scale of salary over- will reveal that most of them can
laps the higher scale or be filled only by senior officers
where the lower scale of salary with practical experience and
touches the higher scale, Offi- ability as set out in (b) and (c)
cers who have served for not hereof and that a young gradu-



















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> ——* canine nes , : mR 10, 1952
PAGE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER
ec 1 1
BARBADOS ef ADVOCATE ¢ ———ooOoororonw
STEINERS PREPARATIONS . Pore .
Sef I Seeelf se eves Pca eft d Lacouer Sheen Shampoo Bai de Cologne: ae rt im
Perhaps the greatest shock Wide A | qT a al sg ma Rg ll Stip on Finger Nails
frtates oy the Adveocate Co., Lté., Broad .+.. Bridgetown that comes to all West Indians on ; ~ r Th as Oe h ] , ors Lotion: Blue Essence Ha-r STARMIST
— —-| arrival in the United Kingdom is Laurence Vearwoor ere are many other things Peon, . s for high Lghting
_Wodnpedey, December 10, 1952 ae ae ignorance of the Es r hat certainty ape a wider appeal 1 a Spamy> te qenaition 1 eh
lineencnneiti ' ipso celrsainie ies siheoleen tt Indies. If it were plain leaders has promised that if re- 2d the Football Association Cup * Z THE |_THE_waxpson _ruanmacy ___brosd Ses 7 PHARMACY Broad Street. Tel. 2292
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having got over the shock to their restore the subsidies, The general ‘oday. The firstyround was played r ==
pridd would be ready to forgive mass of responsible opinion is tos on Saturday la that is in many NEW YORK
and forge\ It is when the “bloke” day looking for some way to Ways the m teresting round. ACTOR Robert Montgomery, who once



FEDERATION

nine “ 3} ini he ‘ . |
THE invitation: which has . arrives who “knows” the West abolish the remaining subsidies It is the oné Which all t : “ si-
invitatio rich has been extended Indies, His undle was in Karachi, without throwing too great a little . local 4 get a chance starred in a film called “Unfinished Bu VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE
by the Secretary of State for the Colonies | or was it Calcutta, Soon the burden on the economically weak, against the big professional ones. | ness,” is under attack by some shareholders A Powder applied to the soil and worked and
asking the Government of Barbados to | Imdian sub-Continent is criss- No doubt some scheme of benefits Since the days of David giant |o¢ Macy’s, the- largest department store in| watered in. 8 cents a pound.
ad Se las ae b crossed in every direction and could be worked out but there al- kilérs have always had a popular } LIOUINURE
send representatives to a conference to be | Ceylon, Pakistan, Eastern Pakis- ways remains one snag, Britain is appeal, Of course the little clubs | the world. *



held in London next year will compel the
legislature to debate federation fully and
it is hoped will lead to a clear statement
of Barbados’ position. with regard to fed-
eration, The date of the conference has
not been settled and the subject matter of
the despatch of the Secretary of State to
West Indian governments has not been
published but the legislatures of Jamaica,
Trinidad and the Windward and Leeward
islands have accepted the invitation to the
London conference. The government of
Barbados cannot accept the invitation
until the Legislature has replied to the
Governor’s message on the subject. No
doubt Mr. Adams has been discussing the
subject of federation fully arfd it must be
high on the list of his priorities for debate
in the General Assembly. It is possible that
the General Assembly may discuss federa-
tion before the end of the month, but in
view of the seriousness of the decision
which has to be made the debate may be
postponed until January.

By the end of January, however, both
the General Assembly and the Legislative
Council will have to make up their minds
whether or not to accept the invitation to
London. Should the decision of either one
or both chambers of the legislatures be
confined solely to acceptance or rejection
of the invitation to attend the London con-
ference, much disappointment will be ex-
perienced by all those who regard Bar-
badian failure to make up its mind about
federation as harmful to the interests of
the community.

The Legislature must make up its mind
whether Barbados intends to take part or
not to take part in a British Caribbean
federation. Traditionally Barbadians are
opposed to federation because of self-inter-
est. They have been convinced that Bar-
bados leads other West Indian islands in
many respects and that participation in a
political federation would reduce Barba-
dos’ influence in the British Caribbean
and would lead to lower standards of liv-
ing in Barbados.

The fear of becoming grant aided islands,
of having like the majority of the Wind-
wards and Leewards to look — to
the British Treasury to balance
the annual budget is a healthy fear
based on the soundest British tradi-
tion that political independence goes ill
with financial dependence. Fear of having
to divert present Barbadian revenue to-
wards the upkeep of more backward West
Indian islands is not, however, the only
fear of Barbadians. The representation
proposed for the Federal General Assem-
bly would give the more backward Lee-
wards and Windward islands a greater
voice in the transaction of federal business
than Barbados’. For an island with experi-
ence of more than three hundred years of

representative government the swamping
out by the combined voices of islands
which have lost the representative institu-
tions they formerly possessed might seem
to be a going backwards rather than an
advance towards greater self-government.
This may happen in a political federation
as proposed in the Rance report.

The two traditional Barbadian fears are
real and are not, as is sometimes unkindly
said in Jamaica and in Trinidad, the typi-
cal reaction of a narrow, small island men-
tality, Barbadians have much to lose by
federation: their gains from it are prob-
lematical, What then is the legislature to
do?

Firstly, they must get to grips with the
situation and stop putting off the day of
decision. Every member of the General
Assembly must read and study every line
in the Rance report on Closer Association
and where disagreement with the report
is noted amendments ought to be made.

Every member must be quite clear in
his or her own mind as to whether or not
the closer association recommendations in
the Rance report conform to the true fed-
eral principle and he or she must be quite
certain that federation and not some other
form of closer association, e.g., unitary
government is best suited to West Indian
needs,

If after full consideration of the Rance
report the Legislature of Barbados refuses
to participate in West Indian federation
even though it accepts the Secretary of
State’s invitation to attend the London
conference then each member ought to be
quite happy with regard to the future
development of Barbados, Unless Barbados
comes into federation on the ground floor
its influence in a federation will be lessened.
That is obvious. On the other hand, Bar-
bados has a very strong trump card to play
and could make this island’s entry -into
federation conditional upon the location in
Barbados of the Federal Headquarters. Not
only would the siting of Federal Head-
quarters here result in a greater volume
of employment and revenue for the island
but the actual number of Barbadian repre-
sentatives in the Federal Assembly would
then matter less since all its representa-
tives would be subject to the very active
and highly developed local public opinion,
The logical consequence of ministerial
status is full self-government, Does Barba-
dos want this more than participation in a
self-governing British Caribbean?

The Crown Colony system is doomed to
disappear. We must think seriously about
federation. .

tan and India reduced to the size
of Barbados, If the West Indian
would then stop to think for a
minute he would realise that to
reduce the Indian sub-Continent
to that size the West Indian
islands become non-existent, That
is exactly where they are to the
man in the street in England.
Seeing that the ultimate responsi-
bility for West Indian government
and development both political
and economic resides with the
Members of Parliament elected
by the English electorate, this
lack of appreciation of Colonjal }
affairs reflects no credit to anyone.

Now if the Englishman knows
nothing ef the West Indies, is the
Score on the other side very much
better? I have lived in England
for many years now and met my
many West Indians who have
come to England. Although the
degree of knowledge about
England js by no means negligi-
ble, the statements that are freely
and very often, profusely forth-
coming, show that the West
Indians have much to learn about
England.

To those readers not fortunate
enough to come to the Old Coun-
try and see for themselves, I hope
I will be able to bring some
glimmer of England of today.

It is over a year since the
Conservative have been in power
and that should bé a good mile-
stone by which to pause and
assess the results of their policy.
Unfortunately, the moment at
which this is being written is
the interval between the end of
the Truman Administration and
the advent of ‘the Eisen®ower
Administration. Until the sign-
posts of the Eisenhower Admini-
stration have been put up there
is a big question mark over nearly
every aspect of futuré outlook,
The names of the Cabinet Officers
so far announced do not create
any violent surge of praise and
approval here but in every case
the feeling is—well it could have
been a lot worse and so far only
two of the Taft disciples are on
the list. As a policy of More Trade
is the prayer of all England and
the Republican Party are unlikely
to lower tariff the outlook is not
without gloom. How far the Com-
monwealth Prime Ministers Con-
ference’ will be able to dispel any
of that gloon remains to be seen.
Everyone is hoping for the best
and West Indians should be
pleased to note that they have
come into their own and will have
their own representatives and no
longer will they have to depend
sdlely on the Colonial Office
personnel,

Buyers’ Market
Looking back over the past year
there is no doubt that Sterling is

an industrial country and must are nearly always wiped out. I
export and go on increasing ex- said nearly always since always
ports. In_ certain industries a one or two of the little ones beat
Wages Policy tied to the cost of their big opponents and become
living index is in force, Foodstuffs the local heroes and the toast of
play a large part in factors mak- all lovers of sport. Lovers of sport
ing up the index and any increases is certainly the most apt descrip-
in food prices causes the index tion of the British Public. You in
w yise, The workers at once Barbados must not judge all
demand a corresponding wage in- Englishmen by those that Britain
crease—under existing contracts It exports. The English can only be
can not be denied, even though appreciated in England. West
the worker has received a com- Indians believe that a love of
pensation by less income tax or Sport is West Indian, but how
other concessions, Sir Walter many West Indians would queue
Monkton the present Minister of 36 or more hours in snow or sleet
Labour tried to withhold the to get a ticket for a football match.
wage increases after the last It does not matter how much
Budget but the Trade Unions con- accustomed one is to cold, a tem-
cerned stuck to the literal inter- perature of freezing or below is
pretation of the Contracts and all cold and when there is wet snow
the Wage claims were granted. covering your boots and sleet
Such a reaction must be expected trickling down one’s collar, in the
if the policy of the 1952 Budget pitch black of a Northern night
is repeated and the result can only with a biting wind going through
mean higher prices and particu- any number of layers of clothes,
larly higher export prices. and when not only men but girls,

That is the biggest threat facing old men and old women do that

the whole sterling area to-day, there can be no doubt about the
Both Germany and Japan are grip that sport has upon the
back in the World Markets and natives. I recall Mr. Lessey from
it is obvious that unless one is Point-a-Pierre in Trinidad, tell-

very careful, the appalling com- ing me he was going to a Test
petition of pre-war days will be Match at Lord’s on Thursday.
upon us again. Many here as well That was the Sunday before and

as many throughout the West I enquired if he had his ticket.
Indies will be hoping that some He replied “No, but I shall go
modification of the Geneva Agree- early, about 10 a.m, After all,

ment on Trade and Tariff will en- play does not begin until 11.30
sue from the week’s Common- a.m.” At 5.30 p.m. on the Wed-
wealth Conference, G.A.T.T, as it nesday evening the B.B.C. an-

was signed nounced that there was a queue of
world is far over 400, Around 9 a.m. on Thurs-
Then all pro- day the police stopped any more
and any from joining the queue, It was
discrimination would have been already more than twice the capa-
foolish, Today the dumping of city of Lord's, Nor are Cricket and
cheap Japanese goods would glut Footbali the only sports that have
every market and redice the captured the attention of the
standard of living of all sterling Eritish public. Swimming is one
area countries to the level of the that appeals to all West Indians,
Nipponese peasant, I should ex- but would it appeal to any if
plain that I have no desire to asked to swim across the Sur-
condemn the Japanese to eternal Pentine before breakfast on a
damnation, If the United States Xmas morning. Then it is barely
could be persuaded to open her light, more often than not the ice
markets to us or even to entertain as first to be broken _and the
a realistic appreciation of our pro- Water neither looks nor is clean.
blems then there would be no Motor car racing is popular in
dearth of demand for the products ©Ye!yY country but where outside
of everyone. If, however, the Of Britain would there be a motor
sterling bloc is to be the main Car. race for cars built before
dumping ground for Japanese sur- 1904 Such a race is held annually
pluses and no market for sterling {f°m Hyde Park to Brighton some
exports is to be granted, the pri- mires. Mr. Paul Foster who
mal urge of survival will become S@¥ this year’s race would agree
or must become the n r that travelling on one of those
for the Commonwe machines must be rea
much to hope th
ranks the sterling ar
with one voice and
world to World Co

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paid a
year it is 7s.
shareholders questioned the value of an
actor on the board.

been in the business and professional field
for 30 years.
they are at Macy's service.”

Montgomery.
gab.”

| Truman.

polite message to all:
filed.”
| President £90,000 a year to be its vice-presi-
dent.

They have no fault to find with his per-

formances in films or TV. But they want
him removed as a Macy company director.

Store business is bad. Last year Macy’s
dividend of 15s. 10. a share. This
And at the annual meeting

WHAT, asked shareholder Lewis Gilbert,

does Mr. Montgomery know about merchan-
dising?
Jack L. Straus, said several directors are in
the same position as Mr.
Snapped Mr, Gilbert: “Maybe that’s what's
wrong.”

The president of the board, Mr.

Montgomery.

Said the 6ft., elegantly dressed actor: “I’ve

Whatever my talents may be,

Said a lady shareholder: “Thank you, Mr.
You still have the gift of the



SAYS drama critic "Ward Morehouse:

“The prettiest woman on Broadway at the
moment is Rosemary Harris, of London” (in
Moss Hart’s new play
Eden”).
London.
Penelope Munday, of London.

“The Climate of
The wittiest—Beatrice Lillie, of
Most promising young actress — |

And today a pensive-looking Clair Bloom,

of London, is the cover girl of a national,
news Magazine.

JOB OFFERS are pouring in on President.
The White House sends the same |
“Your letter has been,
A hat firm in Texas would pay the

* * *
EIGHTEEN frigates and 50 landing craft

are to be lease-lent to Japan to train a new
naval arm against possible Communist ag-
gression. The ships include some lease-lent
by America to Russia in world war two.

* *

PITY the lot of the drive-in theatre

operator in winter, when snow sweeps his
outdoor cinema and he has to close down.

But the owner of a drive-in outside

Washington announces that his ushers are

would have as its object
prehensive policy of o
in which commerce
perly regulated





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much stronger and that financial- sh«

ly we are much better. There is
elso a further change in that in
most commodities there is now a
Buyer’s Market and that has tend-
ed to force down prices, There is
one big exception and that is food

There prices are rising and the

trends continue to pojat upwards
This
most acute problem facing Britain
as a nation today. The Socialists
would subsidise food in order to
keep down costs. In his last
Budget the Tory Chancellor of the
Exchequer, Mr. Butler cut the
subsidies by half and reduced

the Socialists were highly critical
of that action 1 not one of not cone of their



is perhaps the biggest and in

Yet I
pression
opinion t
was acutel)

mic ills that



beset us, bu t

had
no knowledge of Geography. His
knowledge of economics no



more enlightened t
ledge of geograr

1 his Anow-
West



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mics is less than that of

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West Indiz:n org
was such 2 big 5
“ oer is

in Exgiand.
the fact that the
plaped so sttrac-
much to
to British

aplarise their home-
any must feel a need
aa] publicity

Barbedian has recently
ved what surely must be a
Indian record. She is Mrs.
Sullivan an ex-Mistress
Michael's Girls’ School and

West
Deighton
of St
has become a mother two months
after gaining her B.A. at the
Income Tax to compensate the Indians need not feel too depress- University of London. Congrats
increased cost of living. Although ed if their appreciation of econo- twice

*“The a. Few"
and Carter, 25s.

(Hollis

Is Weather To Blame For

Is Soviet suspicion of foreigners
and distrust of the West due.to

Russias extraordinary country-
side and climate?
Sir David Kelly, British Am-

ba:sador in Moscow from 1949 ta
195i, puts forward this unusual
theory in a fascinating book of
diplomatic reminiscences, out
today.*

Endless Steppes

For generations there nas been
working on the Ru&sian charac-
ter what he calls “the influence
of the endless featureless land

.. endless steppes “or forests
merging into the tundras of Sibe-
ria, so that in winter a man could
travel on a sleigh from the Baltic
to the Pacific with no obstacle but
the Urals.....

“Instead of the feudal castle
and the family farm, there were
log huts, for ever being burned
down, and every stranger was
presumed to be an enemy. “The
climate tells the same tale......
long, terrible Russian winter.....
shert, hot Russian summer; a
climate of extremes,

“All these geographical and
climatic features stand out in the
Russian character. . inherent
instability, abnormal. ‘suspicion of
foreigners, the absence of any
true sense of form or limits:
Above all, the habit of rushing
violently from one extreme to an=
ether. ...periodically pulling up
the roots and starting afresh,

On the astonishing way. in
which Russia claims credit for
discoveries (from penicillin
through jet engines, ‘steamboats,
radic and radar to the discovery
of the South Pole), Sir David has

this to say:—
“It proves the existence ‘of an
enormous sense of inferiority

which the authorities feel must
be dealt with on a large scale.
Ani it shows to what a point
(they) rely on the simplicity and
isolation of their audience..

This national inferiority com-
plex causes Russia ‘to “play out”



other countriés for imagined
diplomatic slights
Example: Moscow would not

say whether Sir
appointment as ambassador was
approved — (a © decision ae
given in a week or two) for 53
days,

_ ‘lhis wag exactly the same time
it hag taken London to agree on

David Kelly's

By James Leasor

accepting Zarubin as Soviet Am-
bassador to Britain — a delay due
to his havimg been involved in the
Canadian spy trials,
So Sinister

When Sir David, with his wife,
her Swiss secretary, a Belgian
chef, an English butler, and the
family Saluki dog arrived in Mos-
cow he found the diplomatic
community virtually isolated from
everyone else,

Ou his first visit, as an under-

graduate in 1913, he had “wan-
dered in” to the Kremlin “with
a crowd of sightseers.” Now the

place was a fortress, and dipio-
mats were forbidden to travel
through “very large areas of the
country.”

Even the 100 or so privileged
Russians — professors, journalists,
ballerinas — who had in quite
recent years been allowed to ac-
cept invitations to foreign em-
bassies had been warned off.

A hundred invitations might go
to Russian guests for a party to
celebrate some national day in an
embassy, but only “a maximum
of 20 would be allowed to attend,
consisting almost entirely of
efficials of the Ministry of For-
eign Affairs and Forces repre-
sentatives,”

Tunis policy of isolation was so
successful that when a Russian
did show signs of becoming
friendly it was assumed it was
for some sinister motive.

Cockroaches eas
Th ere were few y other chances

Our Readers Say:

Theatre And Church

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I see that in your Eve-
ming Advocate of December 8th.,
“Pensant” advocates the building
of a Theatre for Barbados.

Instead of a Theatre why not a
bigger and better Church?

Think of men dying and their
souls going the way of destruc-
tion a B.D.D.E

Road Repairs

SIR,—Please allow me
your paper to appeal

space in
the Road

of meeting people. Many day-to-
day necessities (including theatre
and train tickets, and most do-
mestic affairs, but not food)
coulg be obtained only through
a Government department calied
Burobin,

This even dealt with such mat-
ters as the elimination of cock~
roaches. On this subject one of
Sir David's colleagues had a long
correspondence which went to
“high level.”

Burobin ended it by telling him
firrniy that there were two kinds
of cockroaches; one kind that
could be eliminated, and one
kind that could not, His, unfor-
tunately, belonged to the latter

class, vs
His Shadow

Sir David was constantly tailed
by policemen “(some uniformed,
some in plain clothes). They fol-
lowed him to the theatre and re-
ceptions; sat in the next com-
partment when he travelled by
train; waited outside the em-
bassy while he was inside.

When he protested he was told:
“We have to guard the ambassa~<
dor. Of course, you do the same

for the Soviet Ambassador in
England.”
It is interesting to note that

when the Earl of Carlisle arrived
in Moscow on a mission to the
(zar as far back as 1662, he com~

plained that he was continually
followed by a member of the
Strelzi- He was told that this

was “to protect him.”

This, Dr. David feels, suggests
that in some ways the Soviet
regime has reverted to the age
before Peter the Great partially
Westernised Russia, —L-E.S.



Board to have something done to
the present condition of Clevedale
Road.

Since the track was dug across
this road and pipes were installed,

we were get'ins a few hard show-
ers of a‘ hich has caused the
refilling + she track to sink
greatly, Kindly ask you to pay

this road a visit and see what you
can do to better conditions for the

residents who have to travel in
and out. Thanking you in an-
ticipation

HALDANE JOHNSON.
i

going to be armed with gloves, mufflers, and
snow ploughs. Spectators can sit snugly in
their heated cars. The pictures will go on

while cold winds howl.

*~ *

JUDGE Willis Ritter arrested postmaster
David Trevithick, of Salt Lake City, Utah

(pop. 182,000), and 25 of his postmen.

Their lift carrying mail to a sorting room
creaked and crashed so loudly past the court-
room that witnesses could not hear ques-

tions.

The postmen (motto: “The mail must .go

through”’)
Honour.

ignored warnings
He kept them waiting for hours

from His

lectured them, and dismissed them after a
warning that they would be arrested again

at the first creak.

* * *
RUSSIAN delegates to UNO have been
describing their country’s postwar recovery.

Production is up 13 times.
has increased 83 per cent.

National income

Since Russia is getting so rich, retorts U.S.
Senator Alexander Wiley, she should pay

more towards UNO’s upkeep.

When the

organisation was formed the Soviet was let
off with 9.85 per cent. of the annual cost

because she pleaded war
America was soaked 36.9 per cent.

devastation.

Senator Wiley, who will be a powerful
figure in the new Eisenhower Congress, says
the legislators are getting tired of taxing
jheir people for so much while Russians

pay so little.

* *

*
DRINKERS who take only two highballs
a day are on the way to becoming alcoholics.

warns psychiatrist Howard Masters.

They

are pushed over the line between modera-
tion and excess by unexpected strains in

their lives and inability to face a crisis.

* ~*~ *
BROADWAY'S “British Season” has ex

tended to cinemas. Doing good business after
bright reviews by the critics—Alec Guinness

in “The Promoter,” John Grierson’s gallan
coal pit drama “The Brave Don’t Cry,”
the brilliant “Sound Barrier,”

{

and
which may

well become a candidate for an American
Film Academy award. Joining them to-day

is “Angel Street”

with Diana Wynard,

Robert Newton, Anton Walbrook, and Cath-

leen Cordell.

2 Et.

* * *
TACTFULLY, Hollywood has named the
new leading man for actress Lana Turner in

her next picture “Latin Lovers.”
cardo Montalban.

He is Ri-

Her leading man in “The Merry Widow”
was the Argentine actor, Fernando Lamas
Before that picture Lamas divorced Senora
Lamas and for months was Lana’s constant

companion.
be married.
The studio takes pains to say

But now they are not going to

that Miss

Turner had no part in the change of leading

imen,



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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1952 :
WED) _DECEMBEI BARBADOS ADVOCATE eee





ANNUAL EXHIBITION OPENS TODAY













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Aga "_ P k 6 il - $ : ‘
( Jue ers ar Gai V READY FOR THE sHew Seout Notes
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ora e¢ or ven - Loca mossveimuon
mm er rhe di WuCiatimovu L. vA
Ex} repo the one hundred and second Annual Industrial ban yune) neia a
“xhibition opens at Queen’s Park, Many thousands of ee. Cee Sete tee He h ain i. 50 ds!
Barbadians who were prepared for the big event last Week ar Sovemoes,, wane Gee aw To ease the strain in IO) seconds.
are aay JOOKINg lorward to good weather. ee ee | THEN choking Asthma makes vou
tt liowing Warrants were fone woe ee eee
Ve l Queen's Park yesterday was ex- — = Siaroup Aachen aliiee | Ww cae = va wae oo
i tremely busy. Clerks carpenters, CC, 4 tterson), 2 Scoucmaste { a Slipped in the mouth cases the
wo esse s and labourers were assembling n. A. sealy, R. D. Eagnill) strain quickly and effectively. Remem-

Cubmasters (D. Green, J M
u e) and Assistant Lady Cub-
naster (Miss S. G. Skinner). The

Bri F, it Stalls for Bridgetown firms who ber, it is this strarn on the system which
ing ruil have booths at this year’s Exhi- constitutes the biggest danger from

bition.

—






; t !
A 1 The number of stalls this year registration Certificate for the new Asthma
Z ne ; sOpr is nearly double that of last year. Troop, 8th St. Michael’ (A.M.E Ephazone contains several healing
Stalls are gaily decorated and the Cauren) was also presented, | agents which dissolve the strangliag,
The arrival of the motor vessels ?!82U"8 equipment is well ; f e anes 4 gy a part of | germ-laden accumulations in the
wrranged the Southern Scout Area, is as
Lady Joy and Daerwoed increased ®'T@aneed. fea : > . . bronchial tubes, and in this way promotes easy, normal breathin,
the activity on the waterfront ve One or two booths were being follow From Trafalgar Square The Ep! ‘ wid &
terday. Both vessels arrived fr stocked yesterday but the majority ! wn, along Highway 7 je Sphazone oe is so simple too! Nothing to inject
: a (B Street) to Worthing, ‘then nothing to inhale. No mattee how swiftly or unexpectedly the

St. Lucia y

will complete work early today.



mixed cargo for the













intassel. The small lawn opposite the Lake forth along Rendezvous Road attack comes, there is always time to check Asthma with Ephazone
The Lady Joy whi rrived’on 24s been _ taken over by th Pag oy . . ss ae nf fF aagee nile os For rapid relief from Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronchial Catarrh
‘ tesy Jarage ‘ron a > i across to § arna is
Monday venin ight copra c i C Be Fr m early Pr 1tt. Hall to its always keep a supply of Ephazone tablets handy !
and fresh fru teultural equip- t sien” & 11 ig ‘4
storie’ the Dae being arranged : ae
rive at daybreak ye 1e pens for cows, pigs, sheep through Rouen, My Lord's “Hil FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
y Sistah sche te inate toe awemad “amhes ve Iche ; owen rete pa c «: = a
+} : yt tarpaulins which will protect me ee tee ng a ’ y
« sadosy Co-Oper- ‘ = square, The perimeter is ten r .
etor nd 40 drums animals from both sun and rain ' m . vee s ” oe ; ‘ - an
of ‘cocoanut oil Bo Weksele: Anh The Queen’s Park Playing Fie'd 7 tal eee Mi a ideret he
consigned to the Schooner Ownasy which was flooded after last week’ QUEEN'S PARK was yesterday being made ready for the one hundrad and second Annual Industrial py “ ‘ond St. Mioh, i. , St in } Sold by all registered chemists, If any difficulty, write tes
Asiocintion . rain has hardened up Exhibition which opens today. Here agricultural equipment is being arranged at a site opposite the sae ot "Sr i St Mi eal rat | ae oe po LTO,
s ation, Site, sales midday . yoxrbir~ lake. Sea Scouts), 3rd St. Michael (St 0. Box 403, Bridgetown,
is a a * a ‘ ‘ la as g P > y » | EBB wem Cn ee
RICE SHIPMENT day exhibits of canes and flower ow a ioe wir = Sehanece ay
r were brought into the Park. Al- §7° JOSEPII l ip. ein? ; ha ogee A by
Mans. not’ tn tie teins JOSEPH ROUND-UP: Patrick’s R.C.), 7th St.. Michae

A shipment of 2,000 bags of
rice arrived in the colony at day-



1 . > .
eanes, considering the long dry Deéenied A Rogue Pine Hill Cub Pack) and the new
’ Ss rb * rac 1 are,
. } on board the ‘hooner Pero 1 this year, looked verv uNe iy i I 10D nig seas d a
ee , ‘ u sci t . th st of Nove or t
Franklyn D. R. which came from wey, Perper a ‘ ishi At Bathsheba And \ agabond Michael (A.M e Church) or
sritisl 7 D o late last nigh peonle : « : ne : a , 43) re
: The. a also brought were still working on the variou His Worship Mr, G, B, Griffith I Local Association is charge:
ment of 500. bage of charcoal, stalls
20 tons of firewood and a large
quantity of greenheart. Captain

L. H. Sealy is in command of th Face Lifting For











FASCINATING
FITNESS When you buy Aertex Mesh you

buy for yourself the sparkling good looks

Police Magistrate of Dis- With the welfare, encouragement

\
" trict * ‘A” yesterday fined 46- &?4 maintenance of Seouting |

e OW sua tan ar year-cld Fitzgerald) Haynes of W!thin its boundaries, It carries |
Westbury Road. St. Michae! 40/- ©Ul these functions with the least

to b> paid in 14 days or one P ssible interference with the in-

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FISHING at Bathsheba this year, and especially within










schooner which is consigned to the month’s imprisonment for being pendence and initiative of the that go hand in hand with fitness and
; : month's ner ng . a
Schooner Owners’ Association, ‘mye init 06 the last few weeks, has not Been as good as it was last year, jn q store in Swan Street with 5°oUt Groups.
. . . * - BS oes nk att ‘ 5 > 1 sal . ° ; -¢C ‘
SCHOONER ARRIVES I rinecess Alice Mr. W. Ramsay, engineer and caretaker of the Government the intention of stewing , Among other things, the Local | comfort. These well-cut, so washable
. tractor at Tent’s Bay told the Advocate yesterday. He said Haynes was deemed a rogue ociation recomme nds the issue | blouses are fashioned in Aertex fabric
The pavilion at the Princess Kak ldat Gear's catches. Pp ao vino fis) sn Met ‘ vagabond Th eo und withdrawal of Warrants, the |
Ms eee) aos eben ee that last year’s catches, both of red fish and flying fish wer¢ , istration of Grouha the grant ae ral
other arrival y ay WaS Alice Playing. field will get perhaps exceptional, but this year it has been the other way, “@s committed on December 8 istré of Groups, the grant- | with the wonder weave specially
the 52 ton schooner Cloudia S. «face lift’ during the next few s ++ : aa a — 7 ees 1 Pelice Constable Springer of , of Decorations and Awards for | ; ;
which came from St. Vincent with weeks Over the last few weeks fishing scrubber at District ‘F Pe the Criminal nvestiuation De- bravery, good service and pro- | designed for measured ventilation.
general cargo for the . Phi te ., Was reduced to a minimum as a Station and one to Detective Tu ? ale vat 5 ency; the supervision of Grout
PR i aad ten tn ‘ Three painters started work result of rough seas- Boats had The dogs attacked the sheep Fartment told the court that wy tad : a ay You feel warm in the cold and cool
The gehooner’also brou © there on Monday, and yesterday ‘ es To a > \ P while he was in a store in Swan ‘nance, the formation of Group
ssengers to the The mas- . : ¥ to be hauled up and yesterday about midnight Next morning “ 7 mmittees, and assists the Co
passe wo ae He mas~ they were scraping the building iN ajthough the sea was not as rough the remains of the sheep were reet on Decemb 8 he saw wml - assists the m

ter of the Scho
E. Lewis, Local

is .Captain
ents are the

ioner in fulfilling his func

preparation for the first coat of as last week, only three boats found where they had been tied. Hiaynes. He watched Haynes for
3 A by helping to provide facili-

paint ventured out. After killing the five sheep at Some time and Haynes did not






























































Schooner Owners’ ociation. will be closed to Bissex Hill. the wild dogs went oto a co artte ats ‘ ae training of Scouts and
oe .OTAT during these Tfre- When the sea off Trent’s Bay to Ridge road and killed more e aske aynes what he was »°? Ss. .
ns ie eee was at its roughest last week, a sheep doing in the store and Haynes Members of the L.A. is open t
T BoSkoop brought a large fishing boat owned by Evans". People of the district say that did not reply. pirents ae guardians ioe ° outs,
} ‘ Ar dry Forde overturned and was dam- attacks by wild dogs happen an- At Central Station a search Scvuters, and persons interested in
qua of cargo f 1 AI rdam eg
rhis cargo included 1,000 carto:s aged. Two floor boards were nually about this time of the showed tnat Haynes had no the scout movement. Owing to
of beer, 600 b of potatoes, 150 broken and part of the hull was yesr, People believe that the money on him. their knowledge and experience
bags of onions, 57 cases of sauaa damaged That dey ten boats dogs came from Cattle Wash and Poli Constable Yearwood told laymen can give invaluable help
37 case of moked bacon, 30 SEES went out Their cetch was no Bathsheba and that the dogs are the court that Haynes had six and guidance in meeting th
of har 19 ae ee eee e rN. more than 12 to 18 fiying fish alsatians owned by people on ponvictions for larcen problems of the area
0 porte ome cere : ae Pottery Trade ; holiday at the seaside houses in ‘ The Prevident of the L. A. is Mi
a foe eee ee 7 Mr. Ramsay said that when thoce districts — " J, Cole’. J.P... the Honbraty.|
a ee ee Increases fish are scarce off Bathsheba Secretary, Mr. C. B. Long, and the
abbages + ‘ ' ei > > —— . . ' of
The Boskoop ider the com- " “ fishermen usually sail to town POOR RELIEF SCHEME New Boats Assistant Commissioner, Capt, R
: wennyar ae) Us : i ae With the Christmas season just and fish off Carlisle Bay. A num- 5 - A. Sealy
mand of Captain W. Bahr and its g fortnight away the site of the ber of fishermen from Bathsheba | Under the Poor Relief scheme ny ) B ‘. Li unched hf wen pan
local agents are S, P. Musson, Son pottery trade near the Victoria are at present fishing off the city va oa reas eee whose € e La ST. GILES SPEECH DAY
& Co. Ltd. Bridge is gradually extending. The beaches, vusbands are deac are given we . }
Sen Nee aS cee ai : He s hat the sea off Bath- regular help with clothes etc. The new Calvert fishing boats The Annual Speech and Prize
reason is that as the Christma e said that the sea d ; Giving Day of the St. Giles Boys’ e
season. approaches, purchases in- sheba is generally. rough at this for their children. In most of are to be launched within a few @ h 1 ill be hel { day ‘th |
Fil Cl ° { On creased almost daily and wider time of the year. Fishermen make Spat cnets, (there are abou six) weeks. Several of them have been of ap Y . a d to-day at the
] m 11e 4 Y ‘ Me e satches satween March and the deac men are fishermen. moved from ine Fishery Ex- 5cho at 2 p.m. o
varieties of pottery are put on a best catches between 8 : bs’ a ; x 2 i F.C. Huts MLC iN
F : July Such assistance is given until perimental Grounds on the reef to on. F.C, utson, “LC, will}
show. vs dr j £ . . izes
+ : . ‘ binene ¢ seating the children reach an age of 14, between the Princess Alice distribute the prizes
ill T 7 Normally only flower pots and . When Mr. Ramsay is operating , oo ae aia ee 4° & Spot. between : ;
p gs were I e ; recently the tractor hauling up boats ha The Parochial Treasuret St, Playing Field and the Fishery | P ‘ ’ B 2°
x00€ Wi our ae - ih gpd sa Meee tae drives the tractor along a path- Joseph told the Advocate yes- Office. They will be launched from APPOINTED resentation OXeS O
M ‘ i tt added ™ : ela way about twenty yards from the terday — ey are 156 aa this spot The appointment of Mr. J, M
Making a goodwill tour of the 4¢ceq. beach. This pathway is badly in sioners, 66 casual pensioners anc Two of the boats are on the Reef Me Carty Assessor for the parish Ch l »e
Caribbean to see his distrib itor dtteadiens need of repair and when rain 29 inmates at the almshouse. perch quite close to the sea, M of St. Joseph was confirmed by oco ates
is Mr. I ton V. Ritchey, Presi- w _ falls people who use it to get ta ual pensions are usually given | f the boats have been named, the Vestry of that parish on |
ppg bod Mono: rane. Decne anal Fish Plentiful the beach find it almost impass- to some people who are tem numbered and painted in the col- Monday | e
Corporation of New York City. ible, Many people have fallen oo at ible to wot : aug to ours to suit the owners Mr. Mc Carty was appointed |
He arrived here yesterday A nae” & acre laa > upon the slippery path after rain, liness ney are eguiarly ex ; last ye Or » year's bt |
" aes ae t midday terday there were UF pI I é I ; yea 1 one year's probation, | a ‘i
morning by B.W.I.A, from Trini- Flying Ash on sale in the market, Mr. Ramsay thinks a solid road amined by the doctor to se¢ - | Cadbury Chocolates .. ; $1.50 8.50
dad -accompanied by his wife nearby residents and fish sellers Should be constructed along the wheher they are still deserving rr oss 1 F | Sa
ond will be here for a short stay are abies te a their require- path the tractor has to travel. of pensions, Two Injur eC In Touch With Barbados Fry Chocolates .......... ‘ fark 1.32, — 10.00
sa guest at the Ocean View Pant Aitic ; ae a i
af a, i 1 ue ments W ithout difficulty, When the tractor first went to 7 . y Everton Bancroft of Superland, Coastal Station Rowntrae Chocolates . 4 aaa 1.32 — 10.00 |
ar and Mrs Ritchey were Few people were seen at the the area, stones were put along Meeting I ostponed St. Philip and Reynold Mason of : a i eae ae ¥ Ye
ary ns eae cee seen stalls in the market, the pathway, but these did not : Palmers Land, St, John were de- with the following ships through thelr MOIRS Happiness, Luxury, Pot of Gold
fen ir "Di € ot r of Caribbean and butchers played games of Jast long. There is a drain near- The quarterly General Meet- taineq at the General Hospital on ! « Coast Station
anagir ATeClOr ‘ “ draughts, dominoes and cards by and if this is widened, less jing of the Chamber of Com- y afte n after tl ere Tindra, s.8. Aslaug Rogenas, #8 .
t an rs. Gittens ee , , ". Monday afternoon after they were jv anches, ss. Sagoland, #.s, Berge : i : ‘Cc i ‘HE Es 3
and ace during their spare time. water would settle after heavy merce will now be held in inyoly an accident with a Avisnunes: ss: Begcend,'s.s.. Berge Special effer: MARASCHINO CHERRIES 3.60 ilb. box
*» vane fas : rain, January next year. The date te Hill, St- Philip to Essi, s N King, 6.5. |
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* has not yet been fixed At time of the accident 8 Port Pi 8.8. Giuba, | e
ram had released a number of , DOGS KILL SHEEP ; ; ; . wit ‘ Ora #8, Rio
; : 3 - ee: It was originally decided that Mason was riding a bicycle with]; i eeantin > ee cae
ie = rt “oat Tortie % altos ORDINATION AT Two weeks ago dogs killed a the meeting would be held to-day, Bancroft on the bar The olytrader ‘ Fenheim, 8.9, } 9
1 AGOS snortly elur ~ " ae ‘ Pp em due to the change date which is t ro y of Le Tar . Monica, 6 Crysanthy
“The ighway Man,” the well ST. JOSEPH’S CHURCH number of she p at Bissex Hill, but due t > t « charts in iat of hi 1 Je h * pr Pe vo a 1 Woe nin Fig, Coaeentg } ;
. mat l St.Joseph. Four of the sheep kill- the Industrial Exhibition, the Hill I Co., was driven } ee atin iedvales
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Wanda Hendrix and Philip day morning.
Friend. Other releases are “Alla- At the meeting, His Lordship the
din and his Lamp” with Johnny Bishop welcomed the Revd. R. AH
Sands and Patricia Medina and Russell, newly appointed Vicar of
“Flight to Mars.” St. Luke’s Church, and told the
Mr. Ritchey has toured the Synod he will hold an Ordination
Caribbean on several occasions Service on Monday December 22

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@ From Page 3

of the First Class Clerk ($1,920-
2,400) and that of a Senior Clerk
($2,400-2,880) in Trinidad

With the exception of few
posts for which I have recom-
mended regrading for specific

reasons I have made no provision
for revision of salaries, as in my
opinion they are adequate both
from a comparison with the Trini-
dad salaries’ and with salaries
paid by leading commercial firms
in Barbados.

Long Grade Clerks—
$480—2,160

15. I am fully aware that the
reason for fixing.the maximum of
this grade at $2,160 was for the
purpose of enabling an officer,
who failed to obtain promotion, to
receive a fairly high salary to
live in some moderate comfort

I am of the opinion, however,
that the maximum is too high
for ordinary clericaj duties; for
that reason I had contemplated
making a‘recommendation that the
maximum should be reduced to
$1,680 and that a new grade of
clerkship at $1,800-2,400 should be
introduced, I discussed the tenta-
tive proposal with delegates of the
Civil Service Association who
were not in favour of the change
They assured me they were urg-
ing Government to introduce a
system of examination by the

blic Service Commission for
the passing of bars which in the
past were easily overcome In
view of that assurance I do not
propose to recommend the reduc-
tion in the maximum, I cannot,
however, support the Associa~
tion’s request that the maximum
should be increased to $2,520. 1
have suggested that the’ minimum

should be increased from $480
to $660 ($600 requested by the
Association) which would b®

more in line with the commencing
salaries paid to juniors by com-
mercial firms.

Under the present scale an offi-
cer would ordinarily take 22 years
before the maximum is reached.
I endorse the Association's view
that the period is too long,
accordingly recommend the fol-
lowing Seale which would enable
an officer to reach his maximum
in the 16th year:
660; 660 — 840 x

1,296 x 96 — 1,680 (E.B.)

1,872. x 96 — 2,160.

Steno-Typists—480 x 48
—1,200
16. Stenot¥pists are all paid at
the rate of $480 x 48 — 1,200; in



— 1,128 (E.B.)



whether less would be
requirea
(A) Secretaries
From the contidential returns
ubmitted to me by the Commer-
cial Houses in Barbados and a
comparison with the salary scale
in Trinidad I am satisfied that a
salary of $888 x 72 — 1,392 x 96
2,160 would be fair remuneration
and that appointments to thi
grade should be subject to the
following qualifications:—

Shorthand Speed
Probationer $;20—-80 words per
minute

nore or

Typing Speed
words per minute.
Shorthand Speed
Promouon to 9boo0—z,160,
words per minute
Typing Speed
50 words per miunwe.
(B) TYPISTS
A salary seale of $624x48—1,200
is recommended.

Clerks—480 x 48—1,200

17. At present there are 15 Clerks
in this group, 3 of whom are
Market Clerks. I have placed the
Market Clerks in the scale $624%
48—1,200.

For the remaining 12 clerks I
propose a salary scale of $624 x 43
1,008 x 72 = 1,440; they are
principally women clerks against
whom I regret to say there appears
to be.discrimination in the Barba-
dos Civil Service. No révornmend-
ation which I may make against
such discrimination will be of any
avail as I have been made to un-
derstand that there is an agree-
ment between the Administration
and the Civil Service Association
whereby, owing to scarcity of ern-
ployment for men in Barbados,
only men are admittéd to the long
grade clerkships, few exceptions
being miadé in the case of women
clerks with very long service.

I have examined some of the
work performed by these clerks
at the General Hospital and at the

45

100

fhat the present moximum salar-
ies should be upgraded but not by
any means to the extent of the
very high salaries paid to long
grade clerks. A maximum of
$1,440 together with the cost of
living allowance woul. be ade
auate for the duties performed
Police

18. In order that the genera!
position of the Police Force in Bar-
bados vis-a-vis the Police Force






In view of the difference r pector and Inspectors in Barbados {x harge Nurse on the scale of and Ward Sis ii Bata uk
eter ll a oo of iper- - ild be the same as those in $864 to $1,200, which would reduce $528—864
nts i fbhados an in inidad » differen je . J
Trinidad, it catinot be expected The fc ng are my recom. , _ ae ts i = te Messengers
that the ¢alaries of the Chief In- mendations for the Ft ee ras re rae Ne 21 There are 4Z2 Messengers on |
would approximate the Trinidad ihe scale $384x48—720. |
a ark e ini Seale before the recent regrading. The Trinidad tstablishment is
7 _— oe The salary scale for Start Nurses es under; :
: Sale C/Living Total
Chief Inspector Proposed Salary 2,520 3,120 /
($2,160) Present House Alice 275 — $ — en No.
C/Living Alice 156 48
omeia naadbsadiaas Grade I as 780—960 31—43 811—1,003 10
$2,951 $3,168 te Il 600—780 24—31 624— + 811 45
ad iene Grade III 480—600 19—24 499— 624 124
Irispector Proposed Salary 1,800x120—2,400 2,520—3,000 T79
($1,560%72 Present House Allce, 250 250 i
— 1,920) C/Living Alice 156 156 48— 48 —
$2,206 2,806 $2,568-—3 048 I have recotmmended that the Barbados Establishment should be
ncenetsandateanss sate as undet:—~
i 5 \ q C/Living Total
Station Sergeants Proposed Salary 1,512x72—1,800 No compar-
($1,200x72 C/Living Allee 156 158 able rank * a neha eae No.
—1,488)
¢ Grade f 7120-864 114=125 834—989 9
Ce Grade Il 490-720 96—114 576-834 33
Serveants Proposed Salary $1,844x72—1,560 1,680 ‘ ae
(1,104%48 C/Living Allee 151 156 43 aie routes 42
—1,248) tates ’
$1,495 1716 $1,723 22. There are a number of the future on the understanding that
ase a Aah - ne b wits alified teacher at present in
Corvorals Proposed Salary 1,152x48—1,344 1,440 Shorten aaaien id employees at cae aenvtee on appointment as a
rae C/Living Allce 142 151 43 | am of the opinion that it is Head Teacher would enter the
ene? $1 294 1.495 $1,483 impossible with any degree of scale on the basis of existing ¢
* sabdecaasiiaiined saniadhiens accuracy for anyone to determine ee oo ar as es
st 8 Proposed Salar $ 720x48—1,152 840—1,248 What should be the difference be- ant Teacher plus the prescribed
conseaants cytiving Allee’ ' 114 142 34 39 tween the minimum and maexi- percentage) or on the minimum ol
—960) ) , ut... Mum of these posts and those of ithe new seale if the salary plus
$ 834 1.994 $874-1,286 a messenger. I have accordingly percentage addition was less than
a —— em grouped all these employees in the the minimum. I have continued
seale of salary recommended for the practice of having different
The Police and Fire Brigade Officers although it wilh be seen a Grade II messenger, viz. $480— scales of salaries for men and

Association recommended the
ibolition of the post of Chief In-
pector to be substituted by an
Inspector and the abolition of the
posts of Station Sergeants to be
substituted by Sergeants. The
Commissioner of Police does not
support the recornmendation and I
share the Commissioner's views.

Fire Brigade And _ Prisons

19. I have followed the cus-
tomary procédure in Barbados of
adopting the Police Scales for the
Fite Brigade staff and for Prison

i Public Library and I am satisfied Matron—General Hospital

Matron—Mental Hospital

Asst. Matron—General Hospital
Asst. Matron—Mental Hospital
Radiographers

Sisters

The Charge Nurses in Trinidad
were in receipt of salaries at the
rate of $840—1,248 until recently

certain departments an allowance iti Trinidad may be fully appreci- nan they were regraded at $900

of $240 is. paid to those who act
as confidential secretaries. I have
been informed that generally
many do mo stenography at all,
as some Heads of Departments
prefer-to draft their minutes and
reports, In the circumstances I
recommend that this group (44 in
number) should be divided into
two categories:—
(A) cretarles 10
(B) Typists 34
From discussions which I have
had I am of the opinion that the
number of secretaries could be
limited to 10 but it would be for
the administration to decide





a

ated, I set out hereunder the
senior posts of both colonies:—

Commissioner (Previously $5,040)

Deputy Commissioner (Previously
($3,840) .. é ‘ mA

Asst. Commissioner vf

Superintendents (Previously
$2,880-—-$3, 466)

Asst. Superintendents

Ghiet Inspector

Inspectors
Sub-Inspectors

Barbados Trinidad
$ $
6.240 7,200
4,560 6,240
- 5,280-—-5,760
3,120—3,840 4,320-—5,280
-- 2,880—4,320

2,160 with house
alice. of $275
1,660—-1,920

8,120
2,520—-3,000
2,280—2,520



BARBADOS ADVOCATE















from the Appendices that salaries
for Prison Officers in Trinidad are
less than those paid in the Police
Force
Nursing Staff

20. For Sisters and Charge
Nurses I have recommended maxi-
mma lower than those fixed for simi-
lar posts in Trinidad as the sal-
aries under the Turner Commit-
tee’s Report for Matrons and
Assistant Matrons were lower than
those in force in Trinidad as the
comparative statement will show:

Barbados Trinidad
$ $
2,880 3,600—4,320
(Recently re-
graded from
3,600—4,080)
2,880 3,120-—3,840
(2,484—3,204)
1,680—2,160 2,400—2,880

2,400—2,880
2,400—2,880
2,160—2,400

1,920—2,400
1,440—1,584
do.

to 1,680.
Staff

dad were

two grade

saiaries in Trini-
regraded from

nurses’
recently

(i) $540—600 (ii) $600-——840 to
$540—960 with the condition that
only those qualified in midwifery
should proceed beyond $720.

In view of the difference be-
tween the salaries of the Senior,
Nursing Staff in Barbados anc
Trinidad, I have recommended that
the salaries of Sisters and Radio-
graphers in Batbados should be on
the scale $1,512—-1,800.

The differénce between the pres-
ent minimum of a Sister ($1,440)
and the present maximum of a
Charge Nurse ($960) is $480. I
atn proposing a maximum of $1,200



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23. My recommendations in con-
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of men teachers on the scale $480
+1,320 and women teachers on the
Seale of $334-1,092 and the varia-
tion in incremental rates fo
women teachers I have made no
recommendations for any increase
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tion has requested that Senior As-
sistant Teachers in Elementary
Schoels should be granted a pen-
sionable allowance of $120 per
annum and that they be required
to assist their Head Teachers with
their clerical duties.

Such an allowance at the rate of
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dad but was abolished. I under-
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(B) Head Teachers

Head Teachers are paid the
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which they are appointed. This
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I have therefore recommende |
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women teachers.

I have made no recommenda- |

of scales for
or Graduates

tions for . variations
Honour Graduates
who may be appointed as Head
Teachers of Elementary _ Schools
who shéuld remain subject to the
present arrangements as I am of
the opinion that the appointment
of graduates as Head Teachers of
Elementary Schools is an tinjusti-
flable expenditure.

I am aware that it is only i
exceptional circumstances that the
Governor in Executive Committec
mdy approve of the payment of
graduate salaries to teachers
Elementary Schools,

Under the existing
a Head Teacher who has served
satisfactorily for 20 years as a
Head Teacher in a Grade I or &
Grade II school is eligible for aa
allowance of 5% of the salary for
which he qualified in the teachers’
scale, the maximum of which is
$2,160. The additional allowance
under this regulation
recommend therefore that any
such teacher should on completion
of* 20 years’ service be granted

a personal allowance of $108 per |
The Association has re- |
commended that the allowance for |

annum,

a certificate or diploma of teach-
ing of $216 for an Honours Gradu-
ate or Graduate should be in-

+3 ¢reased to $240. I do not support

the request.

(C) Teachers at the
Industrial Schools
The Chief Matron and Schoo
Mistress has complained that her
dssistant is on a higher scale of
salary and thus an anomaly has
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ADVOCATE PAGI SEVEN
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: ? COCELPEP PLA PPL AAPA?
ve ; ‘. be %
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$ be 1% ‘ ~~ ‘ mong urs: %
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Â¥ * Me
at @ From Page 6 i Be low is a om parative statement showing the wages paid in Turner Comn ittee the Colonial Force vised owing to the x x
@fisen. The Chief Matron and the — e Service and those outside the Service:— Postmaster’s salary was increased continu rise in cost of living Spe re 4 ‘ > >
‘Asst. Matron are paid accord . (3) | 7 from $4,320 to $9,280 Cost of living allowances have ‘ 1 lie eof have] Xx %
é ead . oe : COMPARATIVE STATEMENT of the Postmaster been granted’ to the entire s@- a F X 4
Meir educational qualification rs : gE TEES ee eived fr ‘ ,
@nd so long as they ; ce ‘ pations G “— SCALE EMPLOYEES Trinidad who is res- vice, including members of the e orderiic ( UTS ~
: ; See Seer E sovt. Service both for Office Police Force onsequentl, i : ‘ ‘ »
ded as teachers and not Barbados j a ia P. ee f eee quently 3 Hospita ° .
pe trons of an i ution these Aggregate Wiis I penal ea aoe 7 aA 760, _ es ante bees A .7 meee scamstresse 2 wasner x %
anon 1alies will persist. In this case Daily Annual Sugar Other a 1 re gre th at cannot support should not ere vised. The t General Hospita he} \ S
. ’ Sa ; . _ * : Annual the Directors recommendations, members of the Force are expec- | ‘ that they should be . >
Bowever, the anomaly can be Wage Wage Industry Source Wage % x
: : we i ne sources age An adequate salary would be ted like the members of the eated the same inner Fy %
@asily rectified by the abolition of (inel Returned Daily (Inch | $4320 ; Civil Service to bear the extra their counterpart t the} & %
post as it is inconceivable that C/Living by Head Wage C/Living ~ "~ ik Pika 2 ‘ . . I tal. ‘ %
Allowances burden from their salaries sup- 1 Hos; s .
® teachers are required for an ,. a aioe: of Det. Alles.) ; ee plemented by the cost of living! The Warde ind the A $ %
tution where there are nut Grade I Police Department ae oy ri Warden, \ f x %
than 12 girls at any time Female 30. The Police and Fire Brig- * eae. a a ) th at th ey x %
; . Labourer $1.34 $1.36 ade Association has requested , (A) Rent Allowances | es Ky a : r * »>
j Creation of New Posts — i that all allowances paid to the The present allowances paid a c ‘ i LN g
24. Re jat b Labourer 1.73 B 1.76 —— are as under:— in rt val eld %
ary “ é commendations rave a a 3 76 V Arie Walle ; ‘ .
. . t > oer 15° »
, n received for the creation of Grade III : pe he eper, General Hos} & “The ROVER ‘ >
, followi aay _ Lorry be neha al (v) A tar Housekeeper and] & 3 . *
ae enlor Suet ct Police a: eee tag oe Chief Inspector ont Gee Supervisors of the General] }. Gut po those Smooth Ridi * 1
. : ) ‘ aiaee t . es 28 dei I » Q s o
$4,200 in substitution for 1 post of Ordinary 7 Inspector Ai $249 60 ataune > Hospital, ahd ane con : rlues B : mooth Riding %
Supt. Po eg et } $374—499 Station Sergeant & Sergeant
atm 82 . 5 21 WARS pleasurable Juxurious
. ps ain a a poral nai ; oe $124.80 $144 ; . » pleasurable ni @ suxurious Comfort s
ecommended by: Commission- Grade IV Oe onstable (Married) o bis $ 86.40 $120 X\ motoring... . @ Economical XS
er of Police. Me e % (Unmarried) x ete x
' (B) 7 Inspectors of Police and PR ita ie aah as : d Z yy) % : 3 ‘ »
“the reduction in the number of Ps 1.92—2.27 $ 2.40 _The ce for granting mar- Neither the Commissioner nor x All these are points worth noting when considering »
"constables by 11. a ay : ried members of the Force a I support the request that rent ‘ purchasing a car above average: a car that will %
Recommended by Police and eae e 7. i 624—811 rent allowance was, I understand, allowances be granted to unmar an 1 8 I e ; ; ge; i %
Fire Brigade Association. Airport ; ‘ . 811—998 due _ to the fact that they are ried men ; j % serve you far into the future .... Xs
(C) Principal Warder on salary Attend- liable to transfer to any part of (B) Uniforms % z
Scale equivalent to that of a ants io. 599 699 the Island and in fact are period- The Commissioner recom » Ss
‘ ; tela ae tag vil 499—644 ically attached to different that ther tl} ~ .
Police Station Sargeant Others do. —_ os ee 6. cee,. he eee Se ; In Carlisle B 1& %
Recommended by: Superintend- Grade V ° oT — stations with frequent regularity. paid to Superintendent be . a ar isle : ay ; x y S
ent of Prisons. . Engine ) In the cases of the Chief In- creased to $240 or that Super : 1 a : 1 Sores 54
(D) Two Foremen Plumbers in Driver 2.36—2.70 | Spectors and Inspectors I have tendents be issued w i Un} forms saenriokia, ¢ ' M be % t ss
Rieu of 1 Inspector. Grade VI 2.88 recommended them for substan- in the same way as spector beg _ & Caroline sS
Recommended by: Chief Engin. Engine pit tial increases to their salaries In Trinidad the Sup REPRO Sant een a ee aS { » ~
eer atiiovicn : oe Driver 2.79—3.47 —_— | and took into consideration their ents are paid $150 per annum ” ARRIVALS % 8
; Grade V . a are ances when their emolu- ae ne lapse of two years from ‘5 Boskoo} wt A x >
The question of the creati Engine ments were compared with those the date on which an initial al- (‘° be Seen a a8: Magee. s s
B Gditronal seeds peat ae Attend- officers’ salaries in Trinidad. I am lowance of $648 is paid for they.) * a » *
Mterms of reference but for the _, 2nts 2.36—2.70 2.40 therefore unable to support their puschase cf uniforms. M.V dy J “4 rom St4% Tough! Compact! Built for hard labour on %
enefit of the administration I may Grade V request for any increase. L see no reason why the allow- | /« inder Captain W. Parsor « s road and in field The Land-Rover is a Tractor, Ss
Besta that 1 havo. given consilets Fireman 2.36—2.70 2.16 I am prepared to recommend ance in Barbados should be any - . Owns rere : a oar . > > 3
‘ : a.vao. One ] that the allowances of Corpor- higher tio 8% Delivery or Towing Wagon, Mobile Power Plant
‘tion to the proposals and with the Grade V 1 i ie s of Corpor- higher Se oud tong, f 72 . ;
; * or ; A als ¢ Constables (married) be vi Capt E. Lew Com Fe? mone.
"exception of (D find th s Lorry $10.00—18.00 a oy ae ale ¥
+s era rs tee Panag Br cn Driver do. Weekly brought into line with the allow- (C) Plain Clothes Allowance | »«: t Ow \ssoe late % *
As regards (D) if the adminis- ge ic 2.36—2.70 ances paid in Trinidad. The allowances are as under * ' DI ho : g A] \ ’ ) RAY “CO { 1p) nm x
Aration is satis 2 ate echanic — 2.7 ame + } 1. 2.40 op _ | British Guiana er’ Capt LH t I | | g
BS: ficiency in praia 9 he laa | $20 Barbados Trinidad Association's Sea Consigned the Schooner % 4 f © t , . Mi FAN ° ~
: : , Grade VI Week! Request | Own Oras ‘ ¥
result from the propos peorgan- eo eekly " M.V. Daerw ’ from St} X& .
sation yey weres neeaeh Mechanic 2.79—3.47 anes iz [ 2. and Inspector ¥ ” Nil Nil $144 ede ne ; ot Re ; Y ye P96 hae
war a Bor . Pl rata ‘aera , under Sergeants & Station Sergeants $62.40 Nil $144 | Consignea to the m r i
a Foreman umber should , Other Ranks 9.92 J $120 Associa tic
be at the rate of $1,320 x 72— Ores St a oe ; $49.92 Nil $12 | DEPARTURES
1,680 arbour ’ | Boskoop for Trinidad; 8.8 Ke for
pe Master- I do not ony. 4 ; ‘rinidad; Sch, Gardenia W. for 17 ‘
‘ ee recommend any in- which I have proposed should be | 2°! , names , ee-Gae
_The Peasant Agricultural Asso- G Mechanic = — 1,154 811—998 crease. If, however, consideration correspondingly reduced spit ake: ili tha chm
ciation have asked that .4 of their trade Vv se is given to the increase of these ws i
" posts should be regraded as Senior ante SAS: ‘3 2 allowances then I recommend (D) Allowances to Detectives ee e cach
el en at nee ee Gian — 6—2.70 1. $2.00—3.00 that the increase to basic salaries The allowance paid are wise ta
quest is supported by the ivi : DECEMBER 9
r conn’ . Carpen- Barbados Association's | syne, 1. O'Coi ‘
oe ap the sanialmnien __ter 2,793.47 on 2. 2.88 Trinidad Request * 1a. went areenwood: Ht, Gentes: iB |
Fconsider when the Annual Budget Grade Vv ‘di oe Toepestors ¢ Nil Nil 168 Be vel 5. Ba ow ib Fo Maughan, H
_ is under review. ason 2.36—2.7 -- 1, 2.00—3.00 Sergeants : $93.60 (‘Varies between tumsey, R. Mitehey, N. Ritch¢ en
Grade VI Other Ranks » oo» $62.40 ($96 and $144 $168 R. Wilsor ra Owuret ‘ id D. Boveil
_ WUNESTABLISHED STAFF Mason 2.79—3.47 — 2. 2.88 i |R. Lobo, M. Lobo, MH.’ Gareivh D. |
2 . Grade V ‘ . | Hansor :
pee Painter 2.36—2.70 ped 2.40 No allowance is paid to an In- that the allowance be $5 x $2 to| eit a rie hae
a “gy at on ogen Grade VI spector attached to the Detective $13. PR ee REE a au tes
ally eekly al Painter 2.79—3.47 — e arene in poe Allowances I recommend that the allow- DEPARTURES BY BWA
; to detectives of other ranks are ance should be on the seale $4/| fer Ttntdad
25. 1 was supplied with wagq Grade V : ar ea AMBER §
as s aga teat a é t hee as J eka © $2 to $ | DECEMBER 9
gates paid outside the service in Fitter 2.36—2.70 ‘anh ae at rates varying be tween x $2 t $10. 1: a eieesinte Se deleneen, 9, Watess, 5
Respect of some trades and indus Grage VI : $96 ag Mla pe on ae (H) Bicycle Allowances for | uters, C. Greenidge, ‘H, King, R
* ‘ a bs . -_ itter 2.79-—-3.47 elk ing to the district to which they Ts . Good.ng, W. Sorhaindo, ¢ Harewood
tries by the Labour Commissioner ter 79+-3.47 3.84 ae assigned ary ; block vote > Writ Servers u Clark, i Moody A Moody, V
ee Sugar Producers’ Association From the foregoing comparative be much less than the notional for Proficiency allowance refer- wat aes has asked that Urich, J. Me Cormick, R ba B Jone
Ply Co : Ho s Ltd, ectric Sup~ statement it will be seen that the contribution made on behalf of red to in (1) hereof. I recommend doit Se eae me. * sisted by Gov- |Matouk, §. Matouk
a es ion “aoe and a few wage rates compare favourably an employee,in the Government that a similar procedure be fol- ae : in fee ing bicycles | DECEMBER 8
mmercial undertakings. with — those paid outside the Service towards the pension pay- lowed. Whenever necessary and that a} N. Hoyland, B. Rayside, C. Bubler

As in the case of other grades of

servic! » © “oweurai . ratir . sae . Tonk? monthly allowance for the use of | T. Buhler, MH, Ramsay
Bere ae in the Civil Service service, In the case of Coxswain able on retirement. In the case (BE) Washing Allowances

|For Antigua



the bicycles should be granted,

ere are many instances in which (Grade IV)the Harbour Master of other employees some firms Washing allowances are paid DECEMBER &



es b 1 I agree that Writ Servers should C. Lawson, A. Vanterpool, FE. Skeltor

ere is no corresponding employ- has recommended that he should pay a bonus _ according to the at the rate of $24 per annum. NO have bicycles at their disposals; |p. DeCastro, B. Walters, OF Penn |
Ment outside the service with b¢ Placed in the same grade as profits of their undertakings. such allowance is paid in Trini- jf the Commissioner has not a| From Puerto Rico |
which comparisons of wages can the Launch Driver (Grade V), as Many of these daily and w *kly dad. The request of the Associ- cuficient number of bicycles for | ‘ pe Ee R : aN ing
be made; in a few of these cases the Coxswain is responsible for paid employees in the Service, ation to increase the allowance to « wi op

the members of the Force as well | pyijips, C. Bovell
T have been able to compare the the maintenance, efficiency and however, may not stay in the $48 should be refused both On og¢ for Writ Servers ahen Govern









Wages with those paid in Trini- ‘discipline of the launch. In view Service until the age of retire- the grounds that a cost of living ment should assist the Writ Serv-
dad for similar duties, of the salary paid to the Cox- ment so that they may not ulti- allowance has been granted and org by way Of a Joan in obtaining I
swain in Trinidad I support the mately qualify ~ for pension; in the proposed increase in their sal- qjeycfes and grant them the usual Frontier Days made travel » mite tneom- o
As Barbados is mainly depend- recommendation, the meantime they receive in aries, bicycle allowance which I under- f
€nt on agriculture and is without I was informed by representa- actual money less than that paid (F) Lighting Allowances stand is $2 monthly. Dissolved First” Day | fortable, dangerous, and to be avoided as
any major industrial undertakings, tives of the Civil Service Assoc- to others outside the Service for It is requested that the light- | Choking, gasping, whoeesing much as possible
fT am of the opinion that in the jation that workers in the Sugar similar employment and natur- ing allowance for Inspectors be (I) Proficiency Allowances | eR er oar aaron Piles
Bate ele cela te the een Industry receive an attendance or ally feel that in these difficult increased from $3 to $6 moweny. The Association has requested four Tet end: went rede maare | : : :
ichh--Service fo muche anouT eee bonus in k addition to times they are not adequately My pues 7 ( E) oe See that $ eee ne even to rl scription of & famous doctor—elreus | Starting: for your
ould follow closely the wages their wages, at rates varying up remunerated, with equa orce - ore 7 1D grat oO specia _4 lTowances 0} lates through the Diood, aulokly Curbs | destination was a
P ‘ f 8°3 to 15 per cent, while there is no In the circumstances I recom- have been informed that the members of the Force who show Ing the attacks. The very frat day the

paid by the Sugar Industry. As
regards other grades, such as car-

strangling mucus is dissolved, thua risk getting there,

indication in the returns sub- mend that an additional two General Lighting Tariff rate was gpecial ability or perform special | giving tree, easy breathing and rost-






|
| '
: ~ ; m . a 2c. ser a » F » é cep. Ne ” ) i ey
penters, masons, painters and me- Mitted to me by the Sugar cents per hour be paid to all reduced from co os a to 12c. se suai A. the oe aod on BN} fas meee We Sones Ae ne thine | a hope
nour oe tae a¢ * pr “eye? ssociati ‘ gee at : ree ai seen. 4 October o iis yeur. amount be provided for 1 pur-| aN DAC : a |
chanics the wage rates can be re= Producers’ Association that such daily and weekly paid employees, a unit in J MENDACO tablets at meals and

sated by the Com ntirely free from Asthma and



lated to wages paid outside the # bonus is paid, I accept the In the calculations set out in pose and alloc















‘ © j » » oO t ext t » time,
service, it being borne in mind Statement as I know that in Appendix VII, I have included (G) Allowances to Band ae Foligs - though you. Nay. have suffered for |
that employees in the service are Other colonies such a practice is provision for this additional Cadets in ein ae allow — rd oe Mg ed years er acanteed a ae eucrmaS
eligible for pension on retirement, followed. It must be borne in payment, Band Cadets are provided with $288 fee Bonuntcie cere, rte | easy breathing In 24 hours, and to
while those outside the service Mind, however, that the sugar Unestablished Staff— food, and other requisites, estim~ Acere.: detectives motor Asiver | s0F aN BF RR oar ere ot Arte
are not, workers on retirement receive Monthly Paid ated to cost Sreroniately $26 wirels is operators a faehines thie vif peckase Get MENUACG tram your

> 3 thor “1 sings ‘ i
The rates’ paid in the Govern ee ecmrens OF gratuity, so that 9 My proposals in respect of Monthly, together with loc rae * —T support the Association’s re- me ‘ .
aan eae = hele overn- the bonus payable to them would the above are set out in Appen- 12 eee they AS ares obi taat }
are as ri— — " a é ance .20, rising . |
dix III. by $1.20 ri birthday to a Sade (J) Subsistence Allowance |
Daily Rate C-o-L Aggregate Monthly Staff Paid imum monthly allowance of $6. | The Association has asked that WHEN THE
for 8 Hours Allow- Daily From “Other Charges.” The Association has requested the Subsistence Allowance set
é Hourly ance Wage 27, Recommendations in: rege out hereunder be increased INGER” FIRE
rade I (Female $c. c. $ c. A wrap. i Association's
; : : . : pect of monthly employees paid 4 ar
Bie tt Labourer) ar : a By ; 4 from “Other Charges” are em- Inspectors . rene, pane ent) ) er You,
acnde Ill a 196. 1 52 30 1 8: bodied in Appendix IV. Sergeants & Station Sergeants eae e280
Grade IV t) 20—24e. 1.60—1.92 32-35 1.92~-2.27 | Staff Whose Emoluments = Corporal pa 60c, 72
Grade V 0 25—29c. 2.00—2.32 36—38 2.36—2.70 fre met From Special Funds The rates requested are reas- 48c .60
Grade VI a 30—38c. 2.40—3.04 39—43 2.79—3.47 28. Appendix V reflects staff onable. .
ee : Bs employed by the Caribbean Cur- ——————~— ——
The Civil Service Association has submitted the following pro- rency Board and the

posals; — the road, to the powerful responses of the



proposed
are housed, fed and pro-

amalgamated Peasants Loan MEDICAL DEPARTMENT §
d with uniforms and are

. e . ‘ rer ,
Bank and Labour Welfare (Hous- ‘ 7 , Ss : Ford CONSUL and ZEPHYR — triumphs of a
: ; oe oe (A) Ration Allowances given the same cost of living al- UNGUENTINE motoring age.











Today's mode o

travel is the

result of those

pioneer days —

with silky smoothness inviting you to take to



















Present Basic Proposed Basic in tininhaiett
£) organisation. 7 ar .
Rates Rates aa 31. Nurses at the various in- po ® eR at om
Genes i - a 14c. per hour 20c. per hour Soremamens Roving Denk stitutions have asked that the oe a Tee ee wane a QUICK h | . 4 1
rade I ws as 1BG,! ip: 4s SEC, ns be . he Directors of the Bank yat allowance of 6c, a day |, ( or rease § Me Enearne C0 (
Grade III 1: ok i “ 26c. ,, .. have recommended that the an fo iu while on leave oma aa ae ee 74 fe ae A MODERN ANTISEPTIC | ( ar ¢ 4 °
Grade IV sbi ay pear 28x1—"32 manager’s salary be increased should be increased owing to the Or tions in. Trinided. is $15 TUBES AND JARS
Grade V one Be apt ay 34x1%4—40 from $3,840 to $5,040, increased prices of foodstuffs. Pontniy. ad is $1f
Grade VI ins & 5h nae 42x2—48 | In the recent regrading by tha When it is remembered that these | ne aoe - = = SS :
| 6G FOOOPPOPOOOO POLLS SOP ESSE | ‘“
Weekly Weekly g | t. aK SON }
Grade VII e+ e+ $11,52—13.92 16.32 x 72—19.20 % } )
Grade VIII ee es 13.92—16.32 19.20 x 96—22.08 , ceessory iN}
i pried Ferted ; TH E RE 4 oy,
$1.50 $2.10 ; If tals
* #€% wie ;
|

HANDBAGS
PURSES &
CARRY-ALLS

TIME

NOW is the time.—
To look SMART —

For
The ii
Ladies \\



@ Plastic Shopping

If you are smart Bags .. . $4.09





SEL 2 ola i | © SUING eT OAs ae net ar eran ey sy as 84c. | ‘
r w Suit
DUBARRY GIFT SETS ...... 84c., $1.18, $1.80, $2.00 To buy o Ne ; Ԥ Maite E
TRINKET SETS $5.85, $10.42 ||| % for the Exhibition ? ite — a
PY Ge eee 555 cane. oe eg eae ee 85, \ ags for Baby — $2.
ISD SEL ca5-esk es Sas 78 , 514. | ; ‘
BRUSH. SETS $9.79, $12.97, $14.00 All Styles, Materials, Colours and Sizes %
And many other Useful GIFTS at Reasonable Prices j,| THERE IS A SUIT FOR YOU % oe Canvas & Plastic
} Suneiel Ofer— x 0 a in —,
XMAS WRAPPING PAPER 6 Sheets for 24c. GARBADINE & TROPICAL SUITS from % | — oe
$35.00 up. PANTS from $8.50 up % |
: % | Plastic Bags in @ Bags for Girls
3 e $ | all colours &
| white. . . from $4.49 from 96c.
Barbados Hardware Co, Ltd. |< THE LONDON SHOP LTD. :
% |
(The House For Bargains) ¥% Lower Broad Street % I} (7e0. Nahely & Co ,
1) No. 16 Swan St. — Phone 2109, 4406, 3534. * The Complete Man’s Outfitters ; i} $9 } ;
| ORSLECSLLLELLECEL LCCC PLP SPLPPEPLEEP ED = :













PAGE EIGHT



CLASSIFIED ADS.

_TEL EPHONE |





HOUSES

FLAT & HOUSE

fully furnished,













St. Lawrence On-Sea. Phone 3503
29.3 ” t.fi.n
FARAWAY—Fully § {urnt ed 3 bed-
foom house, St. Philip coast. Lightine
plant, Watermill supp.y Carport, 3|
Servant rooms. Monthly rent 960 plus
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial
“76 1.11.52—t.i.n.
“GOSH : Hk and |
Grazette. nfurnished w modern |
cottage, three bedrooms nilable from
iSth December. Phone Haynes & Grif- |
fith 4173. 1).12.52—1n
NEWHAVEN — Fully furnished 4-bea. |



room house, Crane coast Doub'e erento t*















3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, V
rill supply. Monthiy rent $75 plus 3
cleaning charge, IN ADVANCE. D.al
4476. 2.11.83 t.f.n
OFFICES—Cool, spacious, and reasor
ably_ priced Onky two more ava lable
K. R. Hunte & Co., Ltd, Lower Broad |
Street 7.12.52—6n
THELMONTE—Ch. Ch. Furnished By
appeintment. Phone 8336
5.12.52—4r
MISCELLANEOUS
oTOR & FILMS f ent. Movi
are the best form of tertainme
Make your children’s Xmas party eal
uccess Full particulars from GITTENS
& COMPANY, Bay Street PY » 4740



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ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Barbados Aquatic Club reminds
their patrons that the Catering Depart-
ment undertale: orders for Plum Pud
dings and Christmas Cake. Dial 4461
12.52—-fin
That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole
proprietor of Eau de Cologne “&
Parfamerie-Fabr ik Glockengasse No

4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Fero

Muthens, a firm duly organised undes

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FOR SALE

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AUTOMOTIVE
BULLDOZER/ANGLEDOZER switable
tor use on D2, D4, TD9 and BDH Crawier
Tractors. Fully Hydraulic-Raising and
owerng Deliveries prompt from U K
and pr an 1 fraction of the cost
from S.A. Dia rtesy
4616 4.12.52 ie fat
CAR—1550/51 Hi Minx in exe e
lent cc tit n Dia Coa te G
1616 10.12.52
échabalisincennriiatinpnnatanaiapiaataieatin
CAR--1936 Chevrolet. Ring Percy
rte 2266 or 2638 6.12.52 n
CAE Velo in wood co nditic m |
Apply Atw a I rs Garag
7.12.52--én
HULLMs STATION WAGON —Only
16,000 miles. Owner driven. Appearance
good ew. Perfect working order
BRADSHAW & COMPANY
6.12,52—t.f n
ELECTRICAL —
BATTERY TESTERS High dis charge
Battery Tester and Pola Indicator
suitable for Garage Dial 3878
DaCosta & Co Ltd., E ical Dept
10.12,52-—6n,
TRIC REFRI \TOR CROS-
»€ FT. ¢ S.A ‘5 Years’
ntee) Manufacture COUR-
( GARAGE. Dial 4616
6.12. 52—6n
GARRARD —3- peed Automatic Record
Changers Just eceived, ' limited
Guentity, p Cc. S. Maffe. & Co., Lid
3.12.52—t f.n
REFRIGERATOR One small second
hand General Ele Retrigerator
about 3 cubic ft +» good working
order, Dial 3625 10,12.52--3n
—_—_———
REFRIGERATORS Canadian FPrigid-
aire, made by Gener Motors with 5-
year gu: ntee Only d Quantity
of th achine ri t utK. R
HUNTE & CO., LTD Di 36
7.12.52
FURNITURE
CABINET wit car bottom
to seat two, dining reom table, small
side-board, all the above sare mahogany.
2 berbice chairs with leatherette uphols-
tery and mall liquor cabinet all at
Realtors Limited or ‘phone 4900.
7.12,.52—3n
FURNITURE Kitchen Counter Cup-
board sft. long painted white with
green linoleum top, perfect condition
$0.00. Also painted Kitchen Tables. Dial
8405 2.52





the» laws of Germany, M: mufacturers
whose trade or business address .s 4711"
Colggne, Germany, has applied for th.
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in respect of Eau de Cologne,
pemmersertos, SOAPS, essential oils, cos.
metics, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and
will, be ent.tled to register the same
after one month from the 10th day of
December 1952 unless some person shall
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
t> me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The trade mark can be
scen on application at my office.

Dated this 29th day of November, 1952,

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
10, 12. 52-—3n



TAKE NOTICE

Tosca

That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole
proprietor of Eau de Cologne &
T arfomerie-Fabrik Glockengasse No

4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Ferd
Mulhens, a firm duly organised under
the -luws of Germany, Manufacturers,
whose trade or business address is “4711",
Cologne,
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
ct Register in respect of Bau de Cologne,





perfumeri so#ps, essential oils, cos
metics, b lotions, and dentifrices, and
will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 10th day of
December 1952 unless some person shali
in the meantime give notice in duplicate

to me at my office of opposition of such

registration The trade mark can be
feen on application at my office
»vember, 1952

Dated this 29th day of 7

ILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
Jn.

TAKE NOTICE

10.12.52



That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole
Lreprietor of Eau de Cologne &
Parfumerie-Fabrik Glockengasse No,

4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Ferd,
Mvihens, a firn) duly organised under
the laws of Germany, Manufacturers,
Whose trade or business address “a7i1",
Cologne, Germany, has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part "A"

of Register in respect of Kau de Cologne,

nerfumeries, soaps, essential oils, cos-
metics, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and
wilh be enttled to register the same
after one month from the LOth day of
December 1952 unless some person shall
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
tu me at my office of opposition of such,

registration. The trade mark can be
‘cem On applcation at my offiee,
Dated this 29th day of November, 1958.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade
10.1







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RESULTS

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NATURAL









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& GW. Hutchinson
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Germony, has applied for the | Junier. Apply to O. P.

FURNITURE—To close out 60 Morris
Rattan Chairs at $11.00 each, absolutely
new. Can be seen at Medmenham, Pine
HUl, on the 12th December, 9 am. to
noon, 2 pm. to 5 p.m. an excellent bu
Suitable for Hotels, Bars or Homes

6.12.5

52—4n

LIVESTOCK

_—_—_———

ALSATIAN PUPPIES—Born of ‘Susan’
Winner of Pups for best bitch and best
locally bred exhibit at 1951 Exhibition






















and Count of Verchield. (Imported)
D. W_ Wiles. Senshaw, Pine Plantation
Gap. Phone 2784, 7.12.92—3n
CALVES “Well bred calves from
self-contained herd Dayrells Dairy
Farm, Dial 3987 10,12.52-—5n

RACE-HORSES—-The following race-
horses landed in Trinidad, at 2£800-
Moham.a, Arabian Girl, Indian Gift,
Egyptian Gift, Admirals Delight, Medi-
terranean, Likely, Fa.ry Falls, Sabre,
Pebblestone, Sister Emma, Royal Mode,
Sunbayna, Delusion, Cordwainer, Bobbie
Burns, Okami Nintdelys. At £550—
Hazlewood, Demilo, Full Blown, Bridge,
Flawless Pearl. At £450—-Lime Tree,
Melitta Rose. At £750-—-Royal Ligen

Clover Breaking Wave. At £650—-Casey

Bennett, Southern













Dairy, San Fernando, Trinidad
9.12. 52—6n.
POULTRY
POULTRY—Imported Cornish Game
Cockerels. 8 months $10.00. Dial 2704
71 2n
POULTRY 4 Pure Bred Hamshire
Cockrell, 6 months old. Apply B. Jarvis,
Tweedside Road, St. Michael
10.12,52-—-In
MECHANICAL
BICYCLE -——- One it) Phillips Lady’
Bicycle. Apply Mrs. M. Chase, Enter-

prise, Christ Church
10,12.52—1n,

MACHINE—One Singer
ehine, treadie mode}, in perfect condition,
no reasonable offer refused, Call at
Realtors Limited or ‘phone 4900

7.12,52——3n

TYPEWRITER-Royal Portable in good
order for $75.00. Write Advertiser P.O
Box 112 Bridgetown, giving your tele-
phone number 10.12 In

Sewing Ma-





TRIC YC L ES—Just received,
for children from 3 rs to 6
Redman & Taylors Garage Ltd
9.12.52—3r

suitable
years





S STRAKES | For use with
Massey-Harris or WD 9 Wheel Tractors.
Overcome wheelspin AND INCRRASE
TRACTION of your Tractor in fields—
Courtesy Garage 4616 6.12. 52--6n,

—_



MISCELLANEAUS

ANTIQUES — Of every description.
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver
Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-
graphs etc, at Gorringes Antique Shop
adjoining Royal Yeeht Club.

3.2.52—t.f.n.
COOPER'S ~ AERSOL FLYSPRAYS en-
fures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes,
Cockroach, Obtainable from all leading
Stores in two eizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 oz.

$2.18,
2. 1 53
30 PRODUCTS--Petroleum Jelly
White in Drums. Nu Jol, Paraffin Qi
Drums and Pa.ls Flit Sprayers, Ft
Gallons, Qrts, Pints and % Pin Fit
Aerosol, Flit Powder Esso Handy Oil,
Household Wax, Light Fuel, R
Cleaner, Radiator Protector, Stop 1
Sponge Spark Plugs, Brake
Drums and Pails All of the
obtained from R Jones & Co.,
Phone 4784 27.11.52
GODDARD'S “SILVER CLOTHS A
high grade polishing cloth, impregnated
with silver polish for speedily restoring
brilliance to ilverware Any house«
wife's favourite Pr















M

ice Gle







GODDARD'S BRASS POLISH An
extra fine polish for brass and copper
Try a tin for yourself today, it's TOPS
Price 44c large, Me small

6.12.52

GODDARD'S WHITE SHOE DRESSING

A preparation giving a pure white fin-
ish to canvass and buckskin Dries
quickly and will not rub off. Price 25c

6.12.52—2n

“GODD! ARD’S FURNITURE CREAM
A high wax content cream, giving an
unsurpassed polish to all furniture,
paintwork and leather. Price 60¢



SEA VIEW GUEST
HOUSE

MASTINGS, BARBADOS
Daily and Longterm Rates
quoted on request,
‘Permanent Guests
welcome
Dinner and Cocktail
Parties arranged

J. H. BUCKLAND
Proprietor.



PURLIC NOTICES LOST &



16.12.52—2n, |

TAKE NOTICE

LIGHTNING (and device)



LIGHTNING FASTENERS LIMI-

ritish Compam’. whore trade

w business address is Imperial Chemica)
House, Millbank, London, S.W.1, Eng.
land, has applied for the registration ot
4 trade mark in Part “A™ of Register

im respect of sliding clasp fasteners, and

will be
after one
Dy cember

entitled
month
1952

to register the saine
from the 10th day of
unless some person shal






im the meantime ¢: notice in duplicate
to}me at my office of opposition of such
tgpistration T trade mark can be
$@n on appleation at my office

ated this 20th day of November, 1953

H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Murks

fi 10.12. 52-—3n
TAKE NOTICE
VALVO (and device)

hat N. V. SEERA RADIO, a company
organized and existing under the laws of
dhg Kingdom of The Netherlands,
wade or business addre
Tr Hague, (The Nether
pled for the registration
in Part “A” of Register
apparatus and devices for
phony and telegraphy




js Hofweg 7,
ds), has ap-
a trade mark
in




after one month from the
December, 1952, unless some
in the meantime give
cate to me at my
such registration, The trade mark

Dated this 25th day of November,
be seen on application at my office

th day
person shal
notice in

H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
10.12. 52—3n





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

APPLICATION FOR A

LICENSE UNDER “THE LIQUOR
LICENSES (AMENDMENT)
AGT 12
Name: Darcey Ethelbert Greaves
Occupetion: Shopkeeper
Residence: Six Mens, St. Peter
Deser_ption and Situation of Premises:
A board and galvanized shop with shed-
woof attached at Six Mens, St. Peter
Dated this 8th day of December, 1952,

To SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq,,
Police Magistrate, District ‘E.”
Signed MAURICE JACKMAN,

for DARCBY ETHELBERT GREAVES,

Applicant
N.B.—This Application will be con-
sidered at a Licens.ng Court to be held

an Monday
at Police
o'clock a.m

2and day of December

Court, District “E" at 1

SYDNEY H
Magistrate,

NUR
District
10.12.52



Police



In

whose

respect of
wireless tele-
electronic tubes,
ond will be ent.tied to register the same
of
dupli- |
office of oppos.tion of

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NEW LIQUOR

1952,



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St,

}two public

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

FOUND





















ered teinhahanetitventidneirnantesies

DENIS MONIE & CULPEPE mR — Tw
houses at Bathsheba, either together or
separately. Apply D. S. Payne, Harrow
Philip. 7 12.524









LAND-—2 Roods of land at Gun Hit,

Saint George Butting on lands of H. H
Garing, Charles Pilgrim and Hubert
White and on Gun Hill bor further

particulars apply Carrington & Sealy,
Lucas Street, Bridgetown
6.12. 52—7n

RETREAT
HASTINGS ROAD oppos.te Ocean
View Hotel, containing ciosed verandah
rooms, four bedrooms, bath
ete. and kitchen. Very suitabie tor
conversion into §eparate apartments, and
tanding om 12,670 sq. ft. of valuable
building land,
Water and electric light
Garage and servants roors.
Dial 8242 for arrangement to inspect.
The undersigned wll olfer the
property for sale by public competition
at their office, 17 High Street, on
Thursday 18th December, 1952
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,,
Solicitors.

9.12. 52--9n,

servicés

WOODVILLE, Fontabelle,
approximately 1% acres of Land with
Cocoanut and other Trees. Inspection
daily Tl a.m, to 3 p.m. Telephone 3940.

9.12.52-—-4n

All-Round
Increase In

standing om





'BritishExports

United Kingdom exports. in
October, at £219 million, showed
an increase in all the main groups
of exports. Allowing for an extra
working day in October, the in-
crease both by value and by vol-
ume is about 10 per cent up on
the average for the previous
| quarter.

| Exports of textiles increased in
value substantially for the first
time since the severe decline
}early this year, all sections of the
industry contributing to the in-



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

TRANSFER AND REMOVAL
application of D.
of High Street,

The
Ltd

1952, granted to Gwendoline Gulstone |

V. Scott & Co.
Bridgetown,
“ purchaser of Liquor License No. &3 of

respect of a wooden building in Nelson

Street, City, St. Michael,
to use the said License at a wall an
galvanized building at Welcheas,
ttl gg near Oistins, within

for permission

d

Christ
District

Dated this 8th day of December, 1952.

To C. L. WALWYN, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “B."
H. A. HINDS,
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at the Licens:ng Court to be held

on Monday, 22nd day of December,





1952,

at 11 o'clock a.m at Police Courts,
Dist. “B.”
Cc. L. WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, Dist. *
10.12.52





FOR SALE

GODDARD's SILVER POL ISH - Ou
plate powder in convenient form for thi
busy housewife, buy some today fo
Silver's sake Price 45c. large,
small. 6.12.52

INDIAN CORN at Hanson
St, George. $5.00 per Bus. a ons.
10.12.52







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century of world-wide reputation. Try
some today Price 3c. large, 2c.
small 6.12, 52--2n



PERFECTION STOVE PARTS — Please
parts can
Jones & Co.

note that all Perfection Stove

be obtained from BR. M.

Lfd., White Park. Phone 4784
27.11.52—t.f.n





- Two Burner

and Twin Burner Beatrce
Laurie Dash & Co., Tudor Street
5061.

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Cookers
Stoves.
Phone







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tationery, Broad Street.
, ; 28.11.62







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10 days.

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Bags of 110 Ibs. at $7.70







DUTCH ONIONS 16c. |
per Ib.

GREEN CABBAGE 3é6c.
per Ib.
Dutch Table APPLES
40c. per Ib.

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GREEYSTONE, HASTINGS

Just the Little shop in the village
where the Best Books, Stationery

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6.13,52——5n

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In

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crease. There was a sharp rise in
| shipments of iron and steel and
manufactures, Non-ferrous metals
and manufactures were up by 29
;per cent over the previous three
months’ average.

October imports were valued at
£267 million, £4 million more than
the average for the third quarter.
Arrivals of raw materials and
manufactures were up, but food,
drink, and tobacco were down,
The average rate of imports for
the first 10 months of the year was
9 per cent less than for the year
1952.—London Press Service.

SSS

TODAY'S NEWS FLASH

Your Diary for 1953

BROWNE’S NAUTICAL
ALMANAC

CHURCHILL’S VOL. V
SECOND WORLD WAR
At
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SMALL PROPERTIES
FOR SALE

Terms can be arranged on
the following:—
(1) Property at Field’s Gap,
Bank Hall.
Properties
Village.
Property at King Street,
near Baxter’s Road.
House at Fairfield Road

with % of an acre of
land.

Small

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(3) at King’s

(1)



(1)

(1) Property at Nel

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(3) Spots of Land at Max-
well Road.
Small spot of Land at
Hindsbury Road for
$400.00,
Auctioneer
: Dial 2645.
st 10.12.52—3n.
%
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1952

GOVERNMENT NOTICES



TAKE NOTICE













veo — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
| be Vedne and — an | — ,
Tt Decembe 9 12) | STEPHNEY WHEEL omplete with VACANCY IN THE GOVERNMENT TEACHING ee 10
ot) ube estone over missi from
PER B Vauxhall. "clea Mot oy Whee! | : Applications are invited from teachers (men) Ww ith at leas
, We ena 2 Gonnee Ownce and Vanes | That FERDINAND MULHENS. sole proprietor of Eau de Cologne and Pat=|vears> teaching experience for the Headship of Providence Boys
W. ends Z. Garage Owner and Vauxhall | pumerie-Pabrik Glockengasse No. 4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Ferd. Mulhens, {> : n
| Soe. Owner. part.culariy requested | a firm duly organised under the laws of Germany, Manufacturers. whose Sede * School, Christ Church. . ie eel
—p —_— oe —~ | lool out lor such a Stephney. a= siness address is “4711", Cologne, Germany, has appl.ed for the registration ©! ; sional ualification required is e -
formation please to Major C. Noott, | a tendo mark in Part “A” of Register in respect of Eau de Cologne, perfumeries, Fue SARnEENS pectsenional «yes i ther ro ;
NOTICE Headmaster, Combermere School. Phone | soups, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions, and dentifrices and will be entitled/cate A of the Department or exemption there \ ;
| 4059. 9.12.52—-2n. hig regis the same after one month from the 10th day of December, 1962, s ed 2 >. wi the Government Scale for
Salary will be in accordance with e
ne “Perechial Tre om oom junless some person shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to ee my y : ee i
seine! ie Wis Ghabed ene Witeenalen | | office of opposition of such registration, The trade mark can be seen on application! ty,..4 Teachers in Grade II Elementary Schools, ,
: Mieesdee: i Sunaina ae ‘ tr ffice “andi . , ady s sd application forms in
am 2 ad Thus lay 4th December ~ FOUND . Dated this 29th doy of November 1952 H. W Candidates who have — eat ao apply by letter
2 o'clock noon. a j TLL . 7 vacancies now C ay ¢ J . *
PERCY H. BURTON Da canner e | Registrar of Trade rks. respect of previous vacancie sr candidates should
Parovh.si Treasurer, | DOG FOUND—Straying Garrison Bite | 10.12.52—2n. |aecompanied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates
St. Miehaei. | with waite coat brown head and biack | P hich may be obtained
30.11 52—2n. | saciadle Telephone 4201, Barb; PRP TOE make application on the appropriate form which may
ee ——————" | Mlsseum = 7 a from the Department of Education. All applications must be enclosed
OT! Sere Board” and
N' CE | Pp ] c CES in envelopes marked “Appointments rd” in the top left h
hie PARISH OF On. cn. : UNLE SALES corner and must reach the Department of Education by Saturday
bh -arochia reasurer’s Office. will)
ne closed for business on Wednesday 13th December, 1952. Candidates are warned that canvassing may
0th Dec., 1952, at 12 noon
WOOD GODDARD REAL ESTATE lead to their disqualification.
Parochial Treaeurer j 3rd December, 1952.
n



The M/V “MONEKA will accept
Cargo and Passengers for Dom-

STEAMSHIP CO.

DISTRIBUTION OF THE PROCEEDS OF THE LIQUIDATION

‘ “ inica, Antigua, Montserrat, “Nevis OF JAPANESE ASSETS.
11.5. SEENTOR, isth December, 1968. fy 2rd St. Kitts, Sailing Priday- ath HER MAJESTY’S GOVERNMENT has decided that the proceeds
vS. HERA, 19th December, 1952 y of the liquidation of Japanese assets in tne United Kingdom shou
M.S. NESTOR, 9th January, 1953 The M/V “CARIBBEE” will be distributed amongst all United Kingdom nationalists who had been
M.S. HERSILIA, 16th January, 1953 int Geedaente tne

accept Cargo Far Eastern Prisoners of War or civilians (or their widows) who were
imprisoned or interned by the Japanese during the last war.
2. Applications will be considered from United Kingdom nation-

alists normally resident in the United Kingdom who were captured

SAHANG TO EUROPE (i
M.S. ORANJESTAD, 30th December, 1952.

SAUANG TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO
AND BRITISH GUIANA

Montserrat
Sailing Fri-

Antigua,
Kitts,

Dominica,
Nevis and St.
day, 19th inst





M.S. STUNTOR, 26th December, 1952. WA SORCONER | OWNERS" and imprisoned or interned by the Japanese during the war (or their
~ a pe ar arene : : widows) and who may now be employed, whether in the short or long
M.S. VIVITA, 12th December, 1952 Consignee, Dial 4047 term, either privately, commercially or by the Government in Barba-

6.12.52

- Ape aneanssmetarigipialereceena ian nnerommnren saree

dos.
5. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD,
Agents.

Canadian National Steamships

|

3. Intending claimants should apply immediately direct to the
Ministry of Pensions, Sanctuary Buildings, Great Smith Street, Lon-
don, S.W.1

4. Although the final date for applications has been announced
as the Ist of December, 1952, the ~Minister has discretion to accept
‘late applications in certain circumstances. He has agreed that applica-
tions from Barbados will be considered provided that requests for an
application form reach the Ministry before the end of 1952 and that












































IN a iis Sails Arrives Sails = Arrives | the completed forms are returned without delay.
eo maontres! Halifax Barbades Beckefies A sigg = 10.12.52—2n
UISER 28 Nov 3 Dec 12 Dec Dee . — .12.§ 2Qn.
EDN. CONSTRUCTOR po 16 Dec. 25 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Dec, | Q*O% 955 55999S559959869:
CDN. CHALLENGER - 30 Dee 8 Jan. 8Jan, 13 Jan
CDN. CRUISER . 13 Jan. 22 Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan.
CDN. CONSTRUCTOR ia 27 Jan. 5 Feb. 5 Feb. 10 Feb. GIVE BOOK
CDN. CHALLENGER -- 10 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 24 Feb. —_
CDN. CRUISER - 24 Feb. 5 a a a a eae g
CDN. CONSTRUCTOR - 10 Mar. 19 Mar. 5 .
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CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 3 Jan. 6 Jan. 7Jan,. 15 Jan. 17 Jan. .
CDN. CHALLENGER Jan. 2WJan. 21 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Jan.
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CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 14 Feb. 17 Feb. ‘eb. ‘eb. .
CDN. CHALLENGER 28 Feb. Mar. 4 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar. For PAINTS, VARNISHES
CDN. CRUISER 14 Mar. 17 ase ¥ Mas. * = a we
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CDN. CHALLENGER 11 Apr. i4 Apr. 18 Apr. 25 Apr. 1 May and the Useful Household Items









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eee? T. HERBERT LTD yi cccporatea

ROEBUCK ST, and MAGAZINE LANE

for further particulars, apply to—

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.

HARRISON LINE

OUTWARLD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM





NOTICE







Vessel From Leaves bed
s. « ” . th
SS SSERQAR’ cc Haale Sak Rows Bee .
_ FTER” ; an
oa ; “Liverpool 3rd Dec. 16th Dee. ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS ,
S.S. “GEOLOGIST .. Liverpool and %
Newport 5th Dec. 19th Dec
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM CARD COMPETITION :
+
Vessel For ow eg e %
SS. “TEMPLE BAR” .. ., London 12th Dec.

Competitors’ Cards which not

MUSEUM can be collected this week from the Advo-

are on show at the

For further information apply to - - -
DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Agents



cate Editorial Department. Other Cards on Show can

be collected next week.

NOTICE

ti

"6G TRANSATLANTIQUE

S.S. “DE GRASSE” Sailing December 11th, 1952
For Trinidad, La Guaire, Curacao, Cartagena and
Jamaica.





Owing to Foot and Mouth Disease at Marti-

nique no visitors will be permitted on board

S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing December 31st, 1952 s i ee
For Trinidad, te Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and the s’s DE GRASSE and s/s COLOMBIE. No
Jamaica,

NORTHBOUND intransit passengers on these vessels will be

S.S. “DE GRASSE” Sailing 24th December, 1952

For Southampton and Le Havre allowed to land.

S.S. “COLOMBIB” Sailing January 11th, 1953
For Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Southampton
and Le Havre.

ACCEPTING PASSENGERS, CARGO AND MAIL

R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents
PHONE 3814

10.12.52—3n.



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fQVHE INDIAN cricket team to tour the West | been select-
ed (West Indies Cricket Board of ( | please copy), They
ar Vijay Lazar Vv. M i i D. G,. Phadkar
". Se P. R. Umrigar, ¢ ! 1, G..S nd, P. G. Joshi
V. L. Manjrekar, C. D, Gox th, I g D. K. Gaekwad, S. P
te, D. H. Shadhan, M. I AY K. Kasturilanga
fj Hazare as captair
easoned testite in the per-
r of Vin Mankad world all
nde D. G. Phadkar P. Sen
P. ® { rigar, Ght n Ahmed,
Vlanjrel ind Gael lin
ibt « it around
hict tt It i an lild a
nbinatior th of the best
e We I e able to put
nto the ftiel resent against
then
In the newcomer Padrinath
Gupte, Madsavy Laxman Apte
, ana Deepak Shodsan, India have
made an investment in youth, It
may or may not pay dividends at
least for this tour,
LEG-BREAK AND GOOGLY
BOWLER
q r ill be remembered how-
ever | the followers of inter-
national cricket that it was
chiefly on account of the accur-
# «ate leg break and googly bowling
ia { Gupte that India scored a ten
wicket victory in their third Test
V. HAZARE against Pakistan
Laxman Apte is India’s open-!
ing batsman and he has still to make a mark for himself although
he has a solid defence,
Deepak Shodsan is a left arm all rounde vho can bow! medium |
pace or spin,
C. Kasturilanga is not known to me H eputed to be known
chiefly in southern India. He is reputed to be a fast medium swing
bowler but his selection is nevertheless a surprise one. }

GOOD EFFORT BY SOUTH AFRICA

O*

always open in their game with Australia According
present state of affairs, South Africa who bowled out
277 after the latter had put up 242 for 6 were set 337 runs to make for
victory.

They have now scored 150 of these for the loss of two wickets,

so that with 8 wickets in hand they are asked to score 187 runs to |
defeat Australia
The men from the Antipodes have always been in a category

that either defies dismissal in a crisis
of victory has been established

WHO WILL WIN?
HAT being the case no one could predict with any degree of con-
fidence that South Africa will win but certainly if they do not
they will have made a very good bid at doing so.
lt is unfortunate for Australia that they were unable to make
use of the services of Keith Miller who was indisposed and were also
handicapped by virtue of the fact that Lindwall was not 100% fit.
Be that as it may, “all’s fair in love and war” and Test cricket
is as near to war as anything else at least it is an extreme level of
downright fight, so that the misfortunes of the Australian team will
not be recorded in the Test cricket history in the making neither will
it dim any unexpected victory by South Africa.

RACEHORSES LEAVE FOR TRINIDAD MEET
INETEEN racehorses left the colony on board the Dutch steam-
ship Boskopp on Monday night. These horses have gone over
to Trinidad where they will take part in the forthcoming Christmas
meeting of the Trinidad Turf Club.

Horses leaving were:— Topsy, Cardinal, Sweet Violet, Apple
Sam, French Flutter and Fluffy Ruffles which are from the Edwards’
stables, Devil’s Symphony and Chutney from the Pierce Stables,
Dashing Princess and Belle Surprise from the Gill Stables, Mr. S. A,
Blanchette’s Firelady, Mi tosemary Boon’s Colombus, Mr. Bourne’s
Magic Gaye, Mr. V. Cha Landmark, and Mr. Fred Bethell’s Test
Match, Abu-Ali, Super Jet, First Admiral, and Silver Jet.

South A frica May

Beat Australia
8 Wickets To Get 189 Runs

Our Own Correspondent) |

vields it after the foundation







(From Funston has been more aggres-

E must compliment the South Africans on having kept the issue |

to the |
Australia for



BRISBANE, Dec. 9.

South Africa have a good chance |

of beating Australia in the first
test which ends here tomorrow
With eight second innings’ wick-

ets left, they need 187 runs to
win,
Without Miller — ordered to

bed with a throat trouble — Aus-

tralia are having to fight mugh
harder for victory than they ex-|
pected. In his absence, their at-
tack took only two wickets in
four and a quarter hours today,
while South Africa made 150 out
«f the 337 runs they needed to
win

Australia with two defeats in

31 post-war tests are still favour-|

ed to win but South Africa have
a chance of springing a major
surprise especially if Miller can-
not resume tomorrow,

Much depends on whether Me-
Glew and Funston, both of whoti
have made their first test fifties
in an unfinished stand of 93, can
continue their stubborn progress.

They came together with
wickets down for 57,

On a wearing wicket with the
ball occasionally playing § tricks,
they resisted all attempts of speed
and spin to dislodge them.

Vice Captain McGlew was the

two!

|sive for his 53. He hit leg spin-
‘ner Doug Ring for two fours and
a six in two overs.

Ring who was so successful in
the first innings packed an off-
|side field with six fielders and
fed the batsmen with leg breaks
jand top spinners on the middle
and off stump but they did not
rise to the bait, i

Lindwall played suffering from





gastric trouble and a_=running
jhigh temperature. Should he and
{Miller be unfit tomorrow, South
'Africa’s chances of recording
| their second victory over Aus-
tralia in 50 years’ history of test
cricket between the two coun-
tries will be considerably bright-
| ened.
AUSTRALIA 20 & 17
{SOUTH AFRICA meh
& (for two wickets) 10
AUSTRALIA =ND INNINGS
Morri Melle b Tayfield 58
{McDonald stpd. Waite b Tayfield 17
Hassett ¢ McGlew bd Melle 17
Harvey run out 52
Miller l.b.w. b Tayfield 3
| Hole lbw. b Melle 42
Lindwall not out 38
jLangley b Watk-ns 27
Ring b Melle 4
{Johnson b Watkins 13
Johnston ¢ McGlew b Tayfield 0
Extras 6
Total 277





ae ‘ on ; BOWLING

sheet anchor of the innings, He Melle 3 for 95, Watkins 2 for 4?
had been out of form for some|tayfiela 4 for 116
time and today concentrated SOUTH AFRICA 2ND INNINGS i
v , sale MeGlew not out og
rimly defence a Waite stpd. Langley b Johnson 14

He has so far been at the/gndean Lb.w. b Lindwall 2
wicket for four and a half hours| Funston not out 53
and hit only three boundaries in Extras 3
his 68 runs, But his innings has Wolay “thor & winktew 1s
been invaluable, to South Africa

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AN ARCHITECT'S DRAWING of the staircase and picture gallery of the proposed Imperial Cricket

Memorial at Lord’s, in London, to commemorate cricketers killed in the two World Wars.
disused Rackets Court which will be converted to provide gallery space for two floors.
Zealand, Canada, South Africa, India, Ceylon, Malaya and the West

with the scheme.

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memorate their dead.

It was in 1946 that discussions
began on the question of a
suitable memorial to the cricket-

ers of two World Wars. Lord’s
headquarters of cricket at home
and the focal point of the

thoughts of every aspiring player
from overseas, was obviously the
only place where it, could be
raised,

So plans were made by which!

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gallery space on two floors. Over- |
seas bodies were invited to be as- |
| sociated with the scheme, and}
favourable replies were forth- |

coming from Australia, New aed

land, Canada, Ceylon, India,
Malay, South Africa and the West
Indies,

Many Gifts Made \

By 1949 the sum of £8,000 had !
been allocated from the capital!
reserve of the Marylebone Cricket
Club for the memorial, but at
that time building difficulties had |
not eased, and there was further
delay.

Now it has become possible to
proceed, but the cost has increased }
by a further £6,000 in spite of
modifications to the scheme. So
the Marylebone Cricket Club has {
launched ah Imperial Cricket |
Memorial Appeal. There are close




to 7,000 members, and just £1)
from each will make it possible
to honour, in a fitting wa the

memories of many gallant crick- |
eters. |

Overseas bodies have presented
a number of pictures of cricket |
grounds from far-flung parts of
the Commonwealth, Other gift
have been made to the Club on}
the understanding that they will
be made accessible to the general
publie while the Club’s own relics
connected with the game will un-
doubtedly help to stimulate in-
terest in the history and tradi-
| tions of cricket.

Mr. Robert Menzies,
tralian Prime Minister,
Cabinet meetings is
have had messages pi
{recording the progress of Test
matches, once described Lord's
as “the cathedral of cricket.’
| When he was told on his last
visit to Lord's of the memorial
plans, he declared: “That will be
the shrine,”

The inscription of

the Aus-

who at
known to
assed to him |





| the plague,
which will be affixed on the wall
opposite the memorial staircase,
will bear these words:
“To the many cricketers of all
; lands who gave their lives in the
} cause of freedom.”

1914-18 1939-45
\ to

My memory often strays back
a sunny afternoon in 1938

‘when the white terraces of Not-

By Jimmy Hatlo

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Imperial Memorial Appeal

By HAROLD MAYES

VPERHArS no game holds more memories than cricket
| Stand on the Mound at Lord’s, in London, when a Test
match is in progress, whether the opposition be Australia,
West Indies, South Africa, New Zealand or India, and yeu
will hear people recalling the names and deeds of the great
players of four and perhaps more decades,
cricketers remember their living, so they intend to com

The site is the
Australia, New
Indies are, or will be, associated

tingham’s Trent Bridge ground
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cricket enthusiast dreams of but}
gets all too seldom, due to the
fickleness of the English climate |
and, indeed, to the uncertainties
of the summer game. which per-
haps has a stronger binding in-
fluence on Commonwealth affairs
than any other.

And just as An “Ashes” Str





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and at a time when the Austra-
lians and their English rivals |

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(or reporter*, in a . firmed tl %  gjro*weca end Wedneeds) or Thu Bumps end r>*e U B. Higher Taxes Likely 1953 In Trinidad London's Worst lifts %  %  p I'OUT %  I Honourable A R W 1 etary wai preventing the Committee Repotl It&l badge! tht' higher taxation m.sht bo Imposed next yeai %  DO option but t<> impose nighae HssnwtUle lead "' 'be niK year."' to have plotted a Kee reten*n programme which >.'. • hasa] will set til*sterling ere MRS R N %  it...) II %  Oeneead %  Prise oiv feu %  outlook on Prize Giving Day Atl B.G.iVade Ursuline Convenl I > %  1 i %  %  uao U> h With inrrcsstd deflcll from M t .' More Committee Work the Com'i 1 II thai t"tal revenue was sso.-nvrn rpand %  UWIMfll I < %  me Firo Destroys Oil Refinery LANAKK, Scotland, Dec" 9. . %  i% on ihe sight burli : u ii. .lit mrecilonj %  i • .. .: I i, Urc I' I poured tons i iy subaequenl 11 %  %  i r >lr. 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Thi' need for expansion of trade and Bui convertibility win -.nly ue mentioned aa a lonwEurop. led ,, m Meetive f lbs • n %  """ ; i t the Bterhng -U..I I -, -ubatan-' ... mem rram the MN; fate lul BUIU i us w ,n, u „. ,e-i el the of those who were unspeakabfc 1(1 ;il)ll irecooEITorU lo get the Suit..:, ol MorOCeO ''i U..S.I'..." Hiiinlei: I .. ,-if %  iinnn-il the Kiflh. quit his Jace and went to Kubat but maintained rathet Ihai aeh en Ihe N %  lOd ti,irked to denth. %  %  1 I '.( the Uraullm Convenl Mn Turner dls tributed the priii and ln ludad amonfi the pnziwtun. is die ixiice an >. du i itagad < Baft] \i ntui.-i I iii. 1 chi tatmi %  nliy' which wai '>ii 11'iioa, The played IheU pi ught l<-ud a 11 the audience followed bj rhen (Was One man Qave A 1. %  tMUvlt) BIA] (OJ 1 blldran b) %  Hum. R IgllS U.K. Would Welcome tV.iS'. Planes : hmhfr thJin .11 1 %  if. A < r Gandhi's Son Arrested 13 Shopping Days before Xmax ''Tunisia Is A Uungef Spot' JOHANNISBURC, Africa, Dec. . Oandhl, wn of the ate Mohandas K. Qsfl leven white persons IneUk %  : ED NATIONS. Dec. fl India warned the United NatloOi Lu-t Dlght f 01 defying race Uj thai Tali. bd s peedy bnpl live part an by non-natlvea m the n. K t HIAl.t.R LONDOPi, f5ei D Britain ouid e/saosnaa t s. plan*.md tnnM to tK-ip bet iiuiin .(, the defence of the '.:. . • luthorttaUve Brit111 Puead 1 must be COU -I rasasisrihuit) of aaortd rinee Bri no lun,,..lone It addcii Hud Mi pl l 1 %  entn in Mas area sad lbs outg bass in b 1! % %  11 Si sn live b.41 lUOB ana '•• liel i. i. t.n> Utal 1 local poU defe military ihai if Egypt u to proviiii* 11. i' cUel bese <>i 11. < Westeri efena it fully. Fo %  %  I tern* with Egypi the aourx-o adaad.'' 1 ,K it OBTI I 'W\. D> %  Lei rite Hub 1 • 1 i-i Critehlm ->\M .1 ni 1 1 SbSui Union the oldast trade in thi Brtb I %  %  L tha (IV yeatrx old 1 . nted i.' everel eee esaoa ko uSe U.K. n Ihe I'.nihbean ..1 %  I Em pin %  • 1 nil two BtiHen ( .nuelleH tor HU hut %  %  %  %  I I 1 tonnon m the aeoond 1 x.niiatek aa Our Lady, Blaa ValleniUa 1 SI Joseph. Juliet Gaakin aa the Angel. Monti Oudkerk M Man arebster aa the Man .rl. gold, Paulina I tracker 1 atrl wlui ii' %  "' 1"I I %  Bo) wltfa : %  ; i-i I bei %  < ihionmilUee 1 11 ited to eonslder the '• 1 %  .. %  coal in the first ptsf — %  %  retireenenl he would b Hannah. Belea tUveroJ kfi Crttehloe .1 I 1 Uaurlce i*e Ver-|h ined nsan" In Trlnfd ..... %  1. i %  • 1 1 recuUw bori. 1 ibrol B 1 I ft O ,• tdm rroon Wotton, Mary King .' .1 ..:. %  I 1. 1.. kma t 'i J 1 Oorarmasni Com millet's. 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Ual of 3S rpi la I %  j The list showed that the United States which sounded an appeal %  intended %  %  %  firm conviction that a .: %  olementation of Use right I Tun J Ma Is essential if pi j t>e maintained in the •. of the world For tl new with particular regret the (own of negolia* !' in isis j Tunisia is today a dangrt apol %  1 uidign 1. spread far beyO) thai country. It is for this reason that we %  %  %  f the |>nr-ient • -duatlon in Tun. %  lonnl peace." —r.r. : D I race lawn r on of fler j '-.nor General of South Africa ai % %  others int" M %  1 %  Up .. 1 %  %  %  -cr. Bank Expert In IJ.O. IEOI %  Mr Alt*-il VTStl Hank, la here I %  : %  %  Ihe 1 %  2nd Birthda) lor Triplets II be a day I 1 1 ry.On thai %  %  brlr* 1 %  1 %  lived al %  %  . H 1 ... %  ind growruldn %  nation, Ihei %  of ever) %  %  welfare They U %  Mrs. Oarsld W eportedl • ),,| * wril There was also anot'a •ripleu In 1951. Thev %  %  %  -•. January NATO Membere Discuss Middle Easl Defence PAB1S Deo u. Hu 14 nation North itv %  i, "* n 1 attention on tha M I North *J will culmlnati %  next week 1 I '"'' %  %  . b te %  : 1 aid uanV %  •-en revised to NATO I 1 Turke> ourcee. • %  %  ... .1 %  %  ,'mg 14 %  pertj for %  rhui day. unn M. %  %  %  111 Die, II Hurl Vs HoiiH4-b Colltt|sr tsARLErTTA, Haly, L> %  "Isjilieii I 14 Injun aid when otlapaed after 4S hour:: .nn. Troooe we died i< d Pol e i'l Kreineii in reecutiig peroons ipped "1 Ihe wreckago while %  he rain sttO u. %  %  'he downixKir collapsed %  dh-d l'-i %  work. Prefei t Mario it. .11 who 1 %  Id i were be dead and 14 in UT" d %  —t'.r. Italian Racb Saeak Flflgi Into AHatria V.& Dollar EAL I"The Ar %  %  %  I I 1VIENNA A 1 1 1 rd tiding the %  managed to sneak HagH Die i"/i 1 %  1 %  %  %  %  h'or Cn'<'k Linr KEW 11 'iK. 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PAGE TWO B UtB 1D0S 1I1V04 Ml VVM.MM.M I.MIMIIII: 10. i-.'.-,.: Qahib tfaltwg CROSSWI! ia %  '*• STAKS -wVtaV %  I -ll. M-trueuI of ihr -. intransi' %  J i HAM) .f %  M M it I p.ir II,,,,,. ll, In.! O, >,,„ M O r ] %  %  %  -ihnc utfoug] •• %  *< %  %  Mi %  JJ>f Bool bo %  %  %  CkHMmm* b ll,. H /. on \iid1 I M, • i ., %  ,, %  ntitia i ami no i Hoillil .i* Mm laiurence %  i.nd foui m i Ml v. i i \I !. Y-:.| 1M Ave llellev war he *M MII H.A.F navigator He am IPOrtDJ Wtlh ",. Aluminum Union Mr! with OACM off the Ibwid. Curih Tour A UUVII* mum bt ii w i \ rrom %  dk Mi R Oroom OOd, Export Mai-ni'i %  %  ( Allen {Hid HanhuryLtd.. manuhwturtng > hrmlu tnd makerof surgical iMtnilMtlll i.nd hoapri i.f London. Fjigland. Mr. Greenwood Who will !%  her** until Thursday .ii a guest %  t the OcajH Vim How -. making a gcm-i.il surv1-iKh. III th. I Ii %  MmaU what ilu> situation Ll with ihjaitl %  tod with iii other entails From Bart i i i* going on to -I" %  'uiniiiu to London. FT Tnul'I niom GPM/R*PM < %  M R P. I. WAl.rorr. M C 9 left MSWT(IKV BMIfBtBI bj SMU.A. for Trinidad en route to o da Janlro la attend lha Biennial Conference <.f ih a ii to Baruol*li'i:-uri' Trip %  %  U %  I W LA II-rt l,„ CkH$imm %  I A fr %  %  Havk f nun I %  •ni-ziu'lii Marenol %  %  %  %  -*trtr David A:i| I i "hriatmai %  % %  */n nl I if U..AM ;> ol tii %  %  %  %  Unvk I • lid Finance ): -• Vnnuiil Ihiliiluy S hohdaj with r.i (; M.Ken/ie. non of Mt am* 1 I i: M Ki ... In,Rank 1 ll v. bj "WIA D v. he ha* %  % %  Mi iha pa Mr lie Keni t month t Ol IM.h III! eaDAV %  —J—a—J -*—-—-—-— t ,ttl .UN f J I U-L ':;ixn "-%  r.__ %  *""• %  '• —iwrf. .,.., Mlaa H.'*nin* ui iM'ni n I '" "''•* % %  %  %  B,, l Dnatw-' *"'"'' tl fur Bllof.-^l '.[>,. "*• Ml > '.M**. M M _, IP %  "** ' 1 *V ft K^L,"' ?•""" HIWTKRS Nairobi %  ii %  I %  M*a elite (1 dinner %  i 1. I I I % it,, t, \KIILN— -i Juan M1|N.. .1 \ON ..\iai. am t IHN %  %  %  l. Tua it i k i head of the i iespoa i De| artmanl I*I the Shall Carfl) 1 Mm. Koberu la a gueat at thr Hirtel To Jiimnien M BS HAY DA SILVA %  % %  i ovct the week-end by R.W.I.A. I nl the latt %  Ceorgle 1 1 trie Roy d R.iok "f b Aw i/.„f//i M R. JAMES RIRKET: %  %  %  i aturnad to Curacao ta HWl\ on Monday ling i lita ir tlw / in Triniilnrf !/ % %  > %  / M il PRBD IIURKKI ;:..j B ttcoos I il< to take part let % %  Cbrlitnaga i % % %  Will taVe plnre at Par! Savannah M i %  i %  an Raflnarj In Caraeaa, in Baibadoa foi hoUdaj ii' Sutiiiday evening by H W I A i ponied ''> bla wtfl fanl dauahter Jarriuellne and 15 ifh Club \ i %  i' on Salurda> brOan ..nd Mrs. KILIH|UC B tier, frit l) I and Mr mid Mr Q It I Brauilk who will be ll Oci .in V H i I it I ran i I M JACX BAYLSt %  %  I UhhranaJ Agenc Uhrasafl i thmuKh Barb %  k-and on %  I u I (-lands. Mi n turnon I'li'l... • • • L KW W Ini^. ..n i ipul %  i i B W I \ Ii for the i %  %  BY THE WAY . Ily Heaeheomber W HAT kind <.f .i |;i. Fmilenough. is Hu m.it, i about her .ind then %  %  loi a ifl mi ludo tiii ninney"" It IV llM I lltdl \V^V M,., | lit U that in HO offanaiva,'* rapUad Vlu %  "Without your numiy." said %  uppoaa I could afford to buy you jewelthao 1 1 lovr your mi,in arould help •I > t., makf > ...i i %  1 wish t .ould belleA'c you." aald Vlu Brevti I i.ften wish I could believe rinself %  leplled Foulennugh. Thv ermkm fM* O NF who vlgns hlms. U eua" gnurag me thai my aurpne at rea,, i, 1 %  i.. %  %  torfCl thr ll Flairto where GtaCOB I that a thing iv onlv crool see it crooked Whtrcupou l %  iwaafca nai noaa vmlcntlj. ii)itiK 'I w|h to act H cM-.ke.i-' But What i nil 'hito Spaj tfoil/pvn rt'atly mrrr T HE time draws near wlm. Uv Saucy Air* FfoMr. r. %  | i •mad flotilla, will nava to tx Unvad to bar last home an< broken tip l^t roe add thjt then %  i nd nothing i|i unless tha n taken in h.mil very soon Mrs. Withers) that ev ,...-., ii .HI ihi gaaaD MI up by itn I %  T the rotten itructun Bli Rwart Hodgna] hroni the Loto-roa i-..*er rtOUaa; "Use more glue was acted upon to lbs. wlthai unlgp Ahou' lour beus, -he *ixnalled Call 'o bulk%  > ad *o the long epic wears Ii grading; close. short ttmry U RSULAI Ursuirrllacryran) The girl took not the •Uflj tic*. Mi Q| u .i i .... ttrrastaani i ,i i.i...i sn\. XltlH %  1. IHI ( • .itll.M, i.. M-n.ii,.n arHJ "OMW* M t. M\| I .f-O-.u rulo. M \ 5 Bird. 1 l*rlured. .1*1 i? Ssa.-irO'. urj. <3i mu riiid Mialtar .1. I4i W. PfoOt*JrMiti it •rXirdai %  *y*; 17, SNI i~..^-... it.,. %  ADVOCATE BRIDGE Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE QIFTS Spemi II"" I ..i H a Raa. The bigger the purchase the It. tter the Gift. LOUIS L. BAYLEY Ol Ki.llun InnJOINT AND MUSCLE PAINS may mean kidney trouble A f ocnfi of the ktdaeva to MBiuU hanaatal uapanues from the vyatem. If the kiaaiya grow li-.iggwh. thet unpunUca m Mrtirila• %  <*• mitd accaaiuUtF and ecttte. and bece*ne a canea of pain and •uffering ID |oint and muaciea. The way to tackle the root of the uonble %  a to help the kidn-/*. They should be toned ap with De Witt %  Pills the medicine OMtda apaciaUy (or Una parpoae. Dc Witt's PUli have %  soothing, clomoauig and aaua sptit actwn on the kidneys that / brings them back to perform their %  natural function properly De Will's PUla are a very well-tried remedy Tbry are sold all oear the world and we have many tetters from sufferers telling of rohef gamed, after years of aaffenna after taking De Wins Pills They act on the kidneys quickly. Why not try them for your trouble? Co to your chemist and obtain a supply to-day De Witts Pills art fnaet isectsly foi BACKACHE JOINT PAINS RHEUMATIC PAINS LUMBAGO SCIATICA OUR GUARANTEE De Witt's Pills are made under strictly hygienic conditions ana the ingredients all conform to rigid standaids of purity DE WITT'S PILLS for Kidney and Bladder Troubles / rljrriion Ctay %  >ealer Fast turn, ill I.. I I Hill 111 %  %  II i ii nm \*i -i u M ia. II %  %  %  inagani -t.,s i .1 in. ll', T-'ltAl Load U. ha .omo-' d> %  I no — l-inl I*. v. rttly u* i ihrna* lO •*Listening Hours W— H n ni Al in i i Mm a is iaat i> , TW Maws, io I'I HM i OnV*f B i %  as HI %  *II i'M auti K p m — %  11 p n. uaairi. Cbaaw. %  p m asaru I I p ill Tttr Nl v ... i i-. I*. is sijau. aniu I ll i I m M*> I .omr In. I II p Ivwarerl I JO |i n I •a. a i i a p in Jsm It. mt. to ia p m rr... as 10 ii i> .> M.d .+ Talk K Q 10 a 7 4 3 muddied raj" jf %  i! tak.na -lie ^uDw-r or • %  Araaa doun.'-i ila One Club sail. Iforui ltd Ev bid One 1 \ Ii .1 o| X/WO UIUOB KOH'C tistihe ot I'.---Wer.t eontrar: % %  ne to 0S.U I' lb ad %  *. Tl %  %  N Truusi' I T-'ling v Wo>; alao paaanB ou< a Ui Md One t)V|e 1 n aaae O acam i i .li:#d bi No-tn n %  >tf Ttiree No-TTum" -> ri'i.wie'-'-i,•rt Wast. This wen' Mm "i aa. i win be psaaaad • VICTOR F DENARO. Saturday Night QALA ^ RE.OPENINQ UAH MOM, \\ Pleaie Dial 4000 for Dinner and Table Reservaliom lOIIAI. RBBBf 11.rn ha. horn Msai Mr%. S H. Slaitlon Miinueer.'Vi I'honi,1172 I.IIAMOIMIO.M. Ill I OIIIIS <>nl\ 50 DlOfd I" ClCKM VOU can BAVd these at J I for SI.IHI CENTRAL EMPORIUM em Broad ft Tudor Sis. Lll li MARLENE TOKYO FILE 212 rVars. %  '!" .m a i P ,„ Mi %  %  | %  THE BLUE LAMF Oh THC LOOSE !> Jaan FVANK A MtXCAK HAYRIDF TABZAN S PERIL ii QOI i %  i ui i gmM %  gain -ii vi a ra\n~ Whip WIIJM • 1 ,-. iao< i i \< i %  %  HKIIK.KTOIVN i ill! LOOM 1 WAGONMASTER Urn lain • sll BI 4 45 a Hja p m -Mt ooitat Oil 1^-,. cionrKv Bowery Boyi and %  sn via TsvnJlrii> WAKBI.V %  g CAMEBON I FOffT OSAGE ReHHAI I III ilHI S Mil -I i HI i ii av SAMSON AND DELI 1411 as tfour : . s> a ais i I %  assa %  SAMSON ANL DELILAH Techn eolon *tiirrin( Hr<0 Umm ROYAL T.. ti.a T „,,,.• •* NO uoia MI ion Wlih Dun Annehr Myina Lay and an.i H oowgdn w.th It ,1 AWHi.lt A I,, i cash rrldsy rnnlji Dauble II iiiian 1 1 DANOI Hoi mormaBioh Wild THf IVORY HUNTER a a Olll"NII-HIMI I ( Vli.nl .KATIE DID IT and inr DAKOTA UP ')|>min aa a • *i Unlventll Dniibtr I OMAN) Ml in i and I I I I I CRF.TONNFS I l.nHIKI ll. 4k Ins IM'I BfaOM iTRTAIN I.AIFS Hiim OOTVOM -iti i N H •• VVHIII *(llllN SHIFTS ( OMU RFP IIFMS :M WI1ITK COTTON SHIFTS NO v lil Sti J'l ,v. si, M •viv,v/////.'-w, .v'/>'/.*.v,a | wv.'/i'I COLOI KM) III Ms N s S6.M Hlliri: sunns N \ IN S7.7! PI.AIV WHITI I'll.l.llH ( \sl.s He & 98... U'HITK Pll.l OS < ASIS COLOURED MSMS *l.ll I IIIKK MATT'tl ss. s :i fi. -i, n :i li. r, i„s hSU I fl. li in. S24.UO f. I OBI in li\i AMI TOMORROW 4.45 A 30 II 1YI Hilt IO IHi>IS [CORNEL wTLXOt • GENX TIlftNKYl god %  •RBIU ISiilHM ittlCARDO MONTABLANt Openin. FRIIIAV A New Double IMIM Hill III K TO KMH K %  Rieh.u %  Widmnrkl AND KIIIKN Ol Mil. It.WN illale IU>ba j|g O Bl YES.'.' These are some Items for the Home . Suuccpuns-Aluminium and I -ii-inul Cups l'rcssure Cookers PRINCI OP 'SfaeudOft* T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) I YOUR SHOP STORE ^_^-_^ _____ **"_____ 4,?n I !" „R0D CAMERON JANE NIGH cimco ios DAT A SATDBDAT .45 A B.3 p.m 4/ 4-OISTIN IDIAL 6404) %  The CORNER STORE FOtt .V.ff.l.S SHOWIXi. Icing Tubes Icing Sets Patlie Pans i;.., H in pans Kiovrs—2 & 3 Burners i in ii" Table l.-mips Thermo". Jugs Ire Cream Freezer Aluminium Waiters 4 Minrers %  ~> %  Kitchen Knives Fish Turners Spoons I'ntatn Mashers Rirers Graters Skeives Strainers Rn Beaters (rotary) e



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I'M.I IK.Ill BAHBAlXIS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS. !" OT,rEs *** • %  > nuoui, DKi Mm ii M. f TAKE NOTICE H IPHHF 210* Mill HI VJ HOI'S. S uUnt We'-r, .u„, Catuott. 1 Servant roomMonhly .. %  a 11 dHuini fBirg-. Dt ADVANCE. Dkkl %  I %  I OK BMMM AUTOMOTIVE %  rrartor. .. pwartn*. In Ml. Dial C %  ,r %  1 DAVM 2JM ... MM 11 %  .,,\ CA1V I HI 1 -UK.) J A • %  %  i iau %  ), ' *.r rtantoa..! ..on r... %  %  ',\TT '"*' •* '"•"* %  •*•*•— J ••MI-. i..rnu,n.. h-. a v lwl /,., ,„.. • %  uimiw af ., trade ,_., , %  •„ A <*• bli*. in r-p*r af Kau an. ;• %  %  •, i • ilMiii.Tii-. ao.tpe, — — %  %  .11 n.. %  liar onmonOl f iierember ISU i.nk in Mi.. meanlime |i %  end ueniMrir—v i I r.|ian Ik* a* tm the lUin 4n, I >' %  %  ade nijirk i r nAVe %  %  •e*B on appl Doted thi. i i da II "IIIJAM1. "Win .1 of Trade Mark. itiiu i TAKE NOTICE Tosca i...Mltv %  c i MvlTr A (V | .lATtih FURNITURE i with lealherrtb i-i.. %  II 11 Jr. LIVESTOCK M> of P,„ Caunl l--lil.Hl.... I PH-I. h.. appNrd lr '* %  < Rem-i.. in mpa,t .J bu de foknli*. -ill I. an| ti.-i % %  'ter DM raremner K*i I. . %  lilWr of I'pplHlllii l-.id dr.,(H %  i (i* IN %  %  M %  ,• :l. Ill .1 1(1. it Ill %  I,. | .. .,., %  I: -I. II ntlllAMS. Hpflatrar af Tta.le Ma.k. in II SJ. a NOTICE m I ciH h.*r trao> oi aa apf>ll lor tnr rin arilKH of : uf fca.i o> CoJon p-rtvimatlaa, I 4aailifrii-*-v -nd UI I'OL'.N'D .... ana monih from lhaj MAh d>( ,r.-w .o-napar*oai ahall JI tha maart.rna *ve noMra I -.IUOH of awek raaualraliaai. Tfca Iraala mark tan kr aa, H n v ornra !-.>. akMP n* W-a.rn.bai lV H WIULaAMA WHirir ol Tra*a Marka 10 12 i*2,, IIHLII sins SHIPPING NOTICES EAL ESTATE hw.ar. ai Balhaharu. mrwr icanher u i i 1 U 11 . LA.NO 1 tkaoda af y—U Maanl Ot"if> Bun j (Mrrnn. Cn.fla. Ihlc-im *riitt ... I,v., HUJ uatlicul-I. aoiM* Cam %  %  i . % % %  V\I.VC> .n.l dr>v(rf) N V NIEBA RADII), a ...,,p>.|. .Had and rilatluK n"1r Hi.lava of of Th Nalrn-laml-.. — Idraai |> MorwrR ? : %  ..! %  %  ... I li'auao -nil lalrgrapi IHI •III Or rnl tlaM M afferr onr month Ire Nt, ..nlaa. a-n -..nn . Di'.d lliia Utri il a MMI i-n applKat It II U 31 I l<>. %  u: I.ICENSK NOTICE vfMHAtiu\ mi \ N> i mi nk -.-i i MB HI ii., im IIII tkiMim M i ART l>1 %  %  kMfk -' P—-, HaaaalaixHi M. I 1 A board and aaiv—iud .hop oitn aha<|. not atU.) St PM( Dalad Ihia Kh day ol IMm.ilM r. *YI>NP:Y H MJBSK, t-n Pnlkra Mqi'lm" Oiatritl E %  vir.l MA1HHX JACKMAN. io I>AHCBV rnitkUEwr ufiKAVct. ApkU*. H n Tina Appiieaiion will bar d.i.-l at l.i.M.1.1 Otai In ba hrld an Monda). IJnd d>v of ! %  < D HAIHUIMII Tna faHoa/iHg horara Undad In Tinld..d. at ">""<. Araotan c LCPtian Olft. Aflmii.ii Ualuiht. Mad fananaan l,tj|ll| h r r.U. t-bi. Pabblaatonr. I>in l> a. tt.n.l M-lr H.ililu.11I I. %  lt.ir.ir.l AI IMtII. Itl„ v. IU Roaa, AI r< -kiiitf *%  Junwr AIM Q I AI Stau C %  Inoni II M> fM FOUI.TKV %  %  i . • vr in Dial ma) 111.! In POULTRY tli r.M-ki.n. %  n Jaivi.. rri.tr. I;. H> 13 51 In Chaaa. Enter 10 II UIn. WA. R la*>ali<-i .f I, „ |',„ A i FtociMi-r In re-pMt uf KII da Cukama. %  iirPiiniri ir.. -.nap-. ,.fnl.il ml., roa.-^rtra h.i. loitona .nut ,i. timtn. and III I %  • %  %  Ui. aa,.* nftefr onp month Irotn Ihr luin 4a> of 1991 kftfM MB i .i*ii ahall kttra bj dupflrale %  U-iii,iii of alien. i:i!li,ilii\ II HtKl. STUAKtM Fur uae i Maaari.Hairla or WD t Wheel run %  w awtaajka. AMD INrRKA-'r TJlAfTlON ol MW, Ttac-t.r in lk> %  YDNBV ii MBML I'. ... M M % % %  ... III ii i I.IQIOK LICENSE NOTICE HIN.IH \NIt MMItVAL BA 1 I M HAflTDfcn taOAD miik %  ui*, cioed vri %  it* and an.ft.-i. Vrr I luthl aaaajajM .i.e. I inafantl. oftar il> fur uie l. pk.blic lorapellln %  %  %  moho A co. *<-JUVILIi l in jll Uitmain RI*O • >t export*. Allowiiiu lor an n workinR da) U ciaWatr both by flm ume is about li> paf unt up OJ "ii iiri-vnni |i. ir't-i K.\ |H.|t % %  : ', .' IIV, v.iluc iiiUuti.iIly for Uiff 11"! Ume mil' r (iccliti"' %  industry contributing to the in0 .i %  • %  There WH a iJMfp riM in lipini'iiioi iron .mi %  and manulactures were up by 2 1 pert "lit over the pri'vn>u> tnr-'e ROYAL NETHeRLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. •All pra iicm (i tioei a] I HtHA. 1MB Ueern s HEsrroR so. MBRSn.lA lalk Jam. . • HUM. To >i *nn IS OKANJCRTAD. HBH OKI • AHJN'li IO .I-I iin ii. ANB nkiri^ii 01 IANA .1 > *T3IT>>R Bllh P-camber \i BTUiai %  •' Na*tnr< i*^ HUM. Ill .< KM *0 I ITA. IJIh D.' S r MVS'OW. "• *"• TT. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION VACAN< | IN llll OOVERNMKNl IMIllrXti SERVH'I in ciK-hers 52. the nfinwtfT has JIW|Bj|||B| to accept late applvations m ccrlam circumtanci %  %  I that applications from lUrbodru. will be eunsini-red prnvidr-d tliat requests for an applicotion form reach Ihe Ministry before the end of 1952 and lhat the completed forms are returneii without delay. ^^^^^^^^^^^**^'^^' t *^0^^,'.'^^ r '^ r ',',r r t -.'^ r t '^. '''*'**+',;*,• g C.IVE BOOKS THIS CHRISTMAS i ADVOCATE STATIONERY •-' % %  .' %  -. %  .•.%  •.-.-.............,,.^ << .,^ > .,... ^ J ->-<. .'-'.---.'.. .'.*.*.'.*.'.'.'. HARRISON LINE OLTWAKI.D PROM THE UNITED KIM.lniM DIM For PAINTS. VARNISHES and (he I'seful Household Items for the Coming Xmas Season CaU At -SgI HERBERT LTD lBKWriw ROEBUCK ST. aad MAGAZINE LA.fR i i. i-o i m nlhs' averaKe. i I.I it ti.B't sir—i nnnr-tni I UM i No as * IMl ilianted to Gwendoline Oulalona Jl rnpeit nf n wooden hmklma in Nelaon %  Mlrhnel. fn, permkHkMi i.. oi. > .nt l.lcrnae al a wall and tilkiiilied bmidinH ai Welchaa, InriN %  -' %  ' D..led Ihle Ith d-y nf rkr.mbrr. lto| %  %  r I 1-AI.UJS :, II A MINI* for Amuranl. N II Thia .tpplicallon will ba eonH.-ird al lha Llren. "S Court In he held n MoMda/. Xln.1 tU> ..f Ilrcrinber. lau I II or lot k „ in ..i Police Courta, It-1 -B" C L WA1.WVN. PO1.IT MJnlr.l". Dt. n IP II ft* in FOR SAI.K iinnnAitn-4 sii.vpit i *V larde **, Octobtr iBaports were valued ^t fliG7 million. £4 m.ll...>i | %  % %  the average for the Uiird o^artar. Arrivals of ntw mu'i'i. mnnufactures were up, but fooj, drink, and Uiu.ino MenrJOWQ, The avernne rate of unpnris for tile first 111 months of the year was fl per rt-nt less than f< 1952—London Preaa %  artrrak TODAY'S NEWS HASH Your In... for 1953 BROWNE'S N\l TICAL ALMANAC CHURCHILL'S VOL V SECOND WORLD W.\B At JOIINMON'S STATIONERY -SC-HOLAR"PLANTER" "CROFTERGEOLOGISTLondon 17th Nov. ITlh Dec !.ondon 30th Nov 14th Dec Glasgow and Uveroool 3rd Dec 19th Dec Uvcrpool and Newport 5th Dae. 19th Dec HOMEWARD FOR THR UNITED KINGDOM Vesael Far Clear* In B-rbadoTEMPLE BAH" .. London 12th Dec For further Information apply to DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Agent* MISCELLANEOUS AMHti'Bk — Of an-ary daafrlpQop. ataaa. China, o.l Jrwel* I W.Urwlnun Gaily liooki. V.. | I, Sraplu elc al Ootrliifei AniMiua oBop .djoliiu,,; K-I Yaelil Club oooraar tuiaa gulck death to Pllaa, Coekruaeli ObUlnalilr from .11 leadlai tloraa In Iwo ali.a II M i ••. ad. II.. i. .. 1 . Jul. Paraffli. Oil. %  | , i ii' Hoaol. Pill I'cwfln E.-1 H ... %  •. i .. i, ,,.„ %  %  ..-. %  BjMI < %  -. %  r II M J^.,r. ft tirnlc tTM IT I! %  OOIlDAIU>'S -IIMII il-lTHS A %  nih atlvet I-.I.-I. i-( ipeedl aV*8. B 11 SI in warn ,.i .t, OMI i alMMM SEA VIEW ma .(tlllPARD-B PI .ATE J-OWMEH Snaat |Hill*B foe ailvetwme. hm-k ury of wnrld-arkU reputation PWPBCriON STOVE J"AT nuta that all Pkrfecuon I be -.l.lamad from B. M Ltd While Park Phone i II .''. \>. i s r> • %  a %  .. n, %  ...llerrt .anilil-.ii Phi.nr klOt in If Mi STOVES Sperial offer lor 10 da.a. -' A 1 Burner Vak-r Hlo.r. A Overn Autn T-r Cn T.-lallur vry ] I l\ |ft |*hrI ,1 In 3 and 1 burner modele l-utle lAM< .\ < %  THior Sfraet Jftone MBl M'ltW-RtHX oo" "" *' M TaWirai* l-.ii.ai-.lt leadlnd Dalll Nwer>l>er i.. -;iivin In Barbadoa bf Air onlT %  f"" ABPI after p-ibllcatlon In london <-"• .n ... ,. -. Ad*o Prnpritics ,i* Km* Vlllagv (l) lTopcrtv ,it Kin Street. now B.ixterS Road f 11 llouite ai Falrtleld Hood %  pith >-4 of an acre ,,f land. 111 Small Propartj %  ) N. %  son Streot ,3laaMrl af Land well Hoad. (I) Small spot oi Land • llindsburv Road fox HKM-ii C II 6 U TRANSATLANTIQUE SOUTHBOUND S.S. 'DE GRASSE" Sailin, December U'Ji. 1952 For Trinidad. La Gualrc, Curacao. Cartaaenn and Jamaica. S.S. "COLOMBIE" SallmaDecamber 31st. 1952 For Trinidad. La Guaira. Curacao. Cartagena and NORTHBOUND Dl GRASSE" Saihnjt 24th Decamber. 1952 For Southampton and Lr Havre S.S. COLOMBIE'' Sailing January 11th. 1953 For Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Southa.ipton and La Havre. ACCEPTLNG PASSENGERS. 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PACE SIX IIXRBADON ADVIK..WI %  BIRHM1 PBCPWBB l_.M"_ REPORT OF SALARIES COMMISSIONER # l mi" l'..whether moic or ton would be ],. ,,,.. of the FIT* CUII Cirri. ll.MOrequired ,*.„ fh 2.4001 *nd that of a Senior Clark (A) aMWretVtet inirndei.t (I2.400-2.S801 in Trinidad. From th* rcmiioefitial return* TnnKla.i. With the exception of %  lew HlbmitMd to BM i-y in*Comma*tnai Ihe I potta lor which I have rec<.m.ml House* In Barbados and a mended icgradini fa BrttH ine salary scale reason* 1 have made no provision m Trinidad I am aatisflcn lor rev Won of salaries, as in my w i, t y c f S888 x 72 — 1.M2 x *— epMOB they are adequate both 2.IW would be fair remuneration from a compenv a %  rttfe the Tr ninnn that appoi %  nS %  %  the *ann Trinidad. bad* as those in jnoi t> $1,200. whuh thf difltrenee under Use arepowd cannot be expected The fotlowinf i 1 ttl to $312. and he scale of .mi Ward Sist*?i I $528—864 I has been fixed at 1 % %  ndatloi u Chief Inspector ($2 lew, %  ".alarv PMMnl House Allc C/Uvtafl Alkr. 1 Tnr. iad I J.ltO dad r a lariat and .ni-. tain 1 grade should be subject to the Pild by teadrnc commercial firma fyl) win qualification' — in Barbados IMC Grd* Clerks.T^, "Tt %  a 15 I am full, aware *' % %  icanon lor f'Xlnir II this grade at $2,160 *a* for the (..-rpose o* enabling an officer, who r .lied to obtain pi^i hM .* %  fairly high lalary to ]iv in tome moderate comfort. 1 am of UV opinion, however, that the maximum is t.-> high for ordinary clerical duties; for that reason I hud contemplated making a'recommendatlin that the maximum should be reduced to $1,880 and that | new grade of clerkship at *1.800-2.4i> introduced. 1 discussed the tent |> tlve proposal with djelegalea o( the Civil Service Aaaociation who WJBfe not in favour of the change They assured me they were urging i.ovorornonl to introduce 1 I91.MOX7: -I.MO) Proposed Salary l*irvnt I I %  I eon* 120-2.400 2M 290 m 1M i. ioi.tr Mpeed M pt,r minute shorthand Speeal Hrcinoiion u> ooo— at.16". :Tiinute Typing Apeed 50 words p-r m.ui*. iB) TVPISTH Station Ser|#aMi Promoted Salary ($l.200x:r C/Llvlng Allre I 188, A salary scale ( recommended. HMx4i -i m (1.104X48 -1.2411 Proposed Salary f/Living Allc. (IMMMI — 1.152) ConsUbk (624x*H -M0) Proposed Salary .'/Living: Alli' Profotfrl Salary (. Uvbst All.* i';I'.'... ind fire nri.id<\s*oclati<-ji • • ommended itn* the pot ..f I peeler to )>c MlMtltUtetl Jmyertor and tli* abolition of the posts of Station Sergeant* to_ lie Fire BilKBde And Prlwns 10 I have fell owed UM tua* iIn Barbados of adopting the Poll Fir, Hrlgsde ilnf! Mai for Prison Clerks—4M x 48—1.201) 17. At present there m in this group. 3 of whom OT Market ( • | laced the Market Clerk* in the wule $624 48I 20U Tor Ihe remfnlng 12 clerks propoee a 'alary scale of $624 x 44 system of examination by the l *£i.*?*_2* Public, Service CotnntMLosi lor LWWlptll* women clerks agaln't the patting of bn: which In the whom 1M., there appearpast were earn). oteMOlM In t" be dttrrtmlnauon in the Barbavleuof that esWiteisnr | ,|o not dot Clvu S-rvice. No reoii.i.*ii.lpropaee to recotn.i>ii(t ') % %  •redvx> -non which I may make agim*t tlon In the maximum I cannot, such dirioiiiiatioi. will be of any however, g up pofl 'he A*oriaavail as I have been made to imlion's request that the maximum d ernnd that there i an agreefobeUtueed &y Serfeanu. The should be increased u. H.oiit. I m nl qeiween the Admlntstration Commieiloner of Polic< doe* nol mgested that the' m nir T, l I" and the Civil Service Aasociatlon support the recommendation and I should be increased fic-m 48J where-bv, owing to KBrcltj %  >! emsligre the Cummis<.iuner's view*. to $660 ($600 requested by the p(oymen Io „,#,, i n H „bed. Association) which would be ^ } m§n ar# a j m .tted t.. the long moreinllne w-iih the^.n.n..-uci.g d clerkehips. fev %  x.emfax Mi "\**x i?. W h BWM beliu made In the case of worn*.. "'Under Kprent sc 8 .e an ffl"•" * verylong .erv,ce_ cer would ordinarily lake 22 years nave exarnlned MM of the More the m^nm.., il .-..rhcl work perf-.rmeH by the.e clerk" I endorse the Association'), view at the General Hospital and at th that the period is loo long I Public Library and I am satisflr-l Mat occoi.l-ngiv recommend the folthat the present maximum salarlowmg sca'le which woui I ei should he upgraded hut not h an officer to rr,h his maximum any means lo the extent of Hi. ...... in the ltth veer:— very high -alaries paid to lone Matron— Mental Hospital 660; 660 — S40 x 7 — 1.128 (F n > grad. clerk*. A maximum oj I.2M x M — 1.680 iFH 81.44" N*ether with the cost ol 1.872 ft 06 — 2,160. living allowance won)., ee ade otiate fir the duties p* rto !" ied Steno-Typisls—4H0 x *R Tnlice _|^M 16 In order that the general 16 StenotfpiiU are all paid V iosition ol the Police Tor. • the rate of 1480 X 48 1.200. in harioa vis-a-vis the Police Force lepartmenls an ulIowi.ni.In Trinidad may be fully appreciof $240 is paid to tlnee who act nted. I set oul heVeundei thi %  i.nfldentinl %  ecretaj I > %  seftlol |H>1 of both colonies'been informed that generally many do no tenplsts 34 Asst Superintendents From discussions which 1 have Chief Inspeetor had I am of th t > opinion >' I number of secretarlei could l>o Ing| limlte.1 to 10 but it would be for Sub-Inspeetoii the admlnistratioii to decide) MJM 2IM ntni -i.ne it* IM MJM I.IM ill -IJI0 III turn 1.111 l.llllW HI' 142 III • l.fM \Mt I 1J04I— I.IM 114 141 1 Ml l}4 >ir ihf Trlnida, %  Mb bfo(# Xht trxftl. iPfiMing TintUry Kale lor Slatf Nur< CJrad. I llrad II (irad. Ill I liava t<,'.mn.tidtl thai at uniiar — 21 Tin TV arr 4i Measenner. on $3o4x4o—720. Th# Tuntdad rttabliaMmcnl ia I .'i.tcr — ( Liv.nc AlkI 21—4S 24—11 11-24 Total EmolumentsI llll—I.00S J4— 111 4M24 th* Bartnteto* CaUbll.hment .hould bNo comoarable rank Ortdi i Otaile II I T20—101 IM— 7211 I I i v 11, w Alice. I 114—125 •— 114 Total Fmo!umenl t 134—flu 578—.34 He* Lovdiness For Yon n. I'li.iiiii.iu: son 1 Follow this Stmplt H.auif Plan %  Ilk PslntsMs* gee ,r. .1i. 1-r II Lull, t nM| Wings mi ikM rshswUrs's fuU Uxoieri-s ssssn' TS. For bath and shower, ge thcthriftv Bath *ie Psl 41 II 771 1.440 43 ATTEWDAMT*. CARs-TAKERS. OATEKEEPEk. PORTE*** 22. There are a number of the future on the understa nding tha: above-mentioned employee* ... %  qualified teacher at areseni us varying scales. •*• service m appointment %  1 am of the opinion that DOCTORS PROVED PALMOUVE'S BEAUTY RESUITS ....^........'.-. %  .-.-.•.-.-.-.-.-.•.-.•.•.-.•.-.-.'.-.•.-.•.•.•.-.•.•-•.•.•.---/•. %  .-^.•.--•.; SEMASTIf Mead Teacher would enter the $1,483 will ; that i Tiiiiidad in the Poli-e Ofliieri elihoufh . ........ for Prison OrTkers u those paid Nurtinl stnff 20 For Sisters and Charge Nurses I hive recommended maxil.'ir posti impo-s.i.le with any degree M MBel n Ihe basis of existing accuracy for anjone to determinrangements (l.e. salary as Aissisi%  40—"l 24 wnal ,hould * ,h difference tK"' Teacher plus the prescribe. JJL a! tween Ihe minimum and ma-ipercentage) or on the minimum ut JIT-J! mum of these posts and those of Ihe new mb .1 th* salary ph* M74-IM6 a meseenger. I have aceordlnglv f* t !" Xj£*f* tt ZZ?SuSi tCioaped all these employ scale of selary reeomm >II be seen ., Grade II mesenier v salarlei 7^>o (A) TEACHKKS F.lementury Schools OECORATIVE FLOORING J TILES ded lM * %  practice of having different $480 — *c*l M f ^alarie> for men and women teacher*. 1 have made no recommendniioni fni varlaUenj • %  < scales for Honour Oredugtes or Gradual., miy be appoinled as He- I Teachers of Elementary SchOOll hould remain subject to Ihe than those fixed for simlAppendix II stKM m the case^ present arr-ingements Ml gaTl <* Trinidad as the sal„ r llicn lea chers on the scale MM "" %  n P iT an 1"it the appointment 23. My recommend at urn tection with the revision i icales for Tejcliers are set out In _.jder the Turner Commit"j JJJ,*' an( | women teachers "on"the of gradu..:• .c-hers tee's Report for Matrons and m.-j,,. 0 \ sj^*-l,0^ and tfHvaniElemrntarv SelumU is in Hn)u|] "" tton in incremental rate* fo Hible expen.lit.n. f women teachers I have made no %  " *wre that it .. A i'.;int Matrons were lower than Scales for the tho-e in force in Trinidad a* the nptrativr statement will show: n—General Hospital Barbed"r ?8M Asst. Matron—Geiicr.il Hospital Asst. Matron—Mental Hospital Radiographers %  Sisters The Charge Nurses m Trinidad ;ite of Jinn—l.iNR until recently .-hen Ihtt 2.U0 1 680—2.160 1.820—2.400 1.440—1.584 %  ..i reeomuvchd..lions lor WT incrMatl exceptional circumstance* that in. of salaries .s I consider she pre,Governor in Executive Commit!., T tnt rate* adequate. The Associ.m "v approve of the payment o 3.6OO--4.320 Ix-n has requested that Senior Agraduate i^^^^#d5i^^e*^S^^l^^ am Made for the first time in Barbados SUGAR ALMONDS A FREE OFFER Barbados Products Ltd.. the newest industry in the island announce that they will be displaying some of their products in a booth in Queen's Park at the Annual Industrial Exhibition TO-DAY. JORDAN SUGAR ALMONDS Y Packed in cellophane lib packets at 72*. per packet available To mark this occasion lib be given away Free with packet that is sold. NOT! packets will each pound Not more than one pound will be sold to any one person. 4 f Enjoy the Sweets made from your own Sugar in your own island I



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PALI IIS IIAI1I1 UXJs VDVOCATt Wl.llNl.sliw MllMlllR III. 1952 SPORTS EDITOR'S HAG CRICKETERS TO HONOUR THEIR GALLANT DEAD D. O, Phadkar. %  a joht. V. L. :.'. K. Gifl %  ... % %  1 P inlanga %  %  %  %  nkad world all '. c; I'hadket. P Igar, Ghulam Ahmed, %  %  %  In %  Quote) Mad l Padrinalh y on Hi -ill.ml I l| \/ R| m least f II C Bill \K i.Mi GOOGLT BOWLER bind iin'i follow) 1 i owllng %  %  1 %  %  i in ii DaepaJ i %  ( h known Chtad] in Imli.-i m Ainu I bill hi* election li III %  • %  nr. QOOD EFFORT BY sol Til AKKRA O NE "; % %  %  the Boutfa Afiicana on havta %  al.v... open in then name orlth | to the! II Australia for .'77 after tin! ittei had pul up 143 t I UM lo make for %  %  • AN ARCHITECTS DRAWING ol tlie '.laircai* and picture gallery of the proposed Imperial Crirket Memorial at Lord'*, in London, to roauaemoraU incket.rkilled uj |aa two World War*. The *tte 1* the diluted Racket* Court whirh will I* converted to provide gallery uaI! i Dudlt) i Nourse's 8prina> %  I could %  ihtmtar too naii %  ms from I FILM SHOW You must wear a 9 TWEED / I we bava tha hrst HI They have | with K defeat A The men fr that altht tinAntip ban .itegorv dismissal in a rruti rtei the foundation laHhdMd WHO Will. WIN* T HAT bemu i B of eontiii.ii • ifrlca "iii win but certatolj ,t (bey do not very goo(I bul at doing so. U foi Australia n, %  > u. make UM %  th. K. 0 atUlt indibpoaed and were also handlcnppe win. Without Miller — ordered U bad will. ^ ghl mijj'h I'.inter for victory than Intl %  pectod In he. aboenee, their attick took only two wlcktta ,'i 1 .>ur and .1 quertejf bOUra today. '.^hiie South Afrui rnodg lM out 1 tin* :i37 runs thej 1 %  Austrnlin with two defeats m al poat-war test* urr still fnvour. %  d u> win but South Alrim have g chance of "P/lnjdng a major tuiprikc especiullv if Miller cannot resume tomi ntow Mmh dtpenda on whethei Mi Cilew and Funston. both \de their flirt test Hfties m an unniiished ttand Of BS, cin • their stubtwi They came togcthei with two down for 57. 1 m I Wftl %  With the hall occasionally playing trick*, 's of spe^d 1 them. Vlea Capiam KcOIra %  sheet anchor of tho Uuilnp "e bad been out of form 1 time and today concentrated %  on defence M. hg >o lai lieen at the wicket for four and a half hours .11I hit only three boundaries In his 60 runs. Hut lu timing* hai I ..Uuible to South Africa I.uK*ic>1 -.3 He hit [l 1 nor Doug Ring for two fours npd %  RUl| a utiessful In Ihl Bptl %  .: %  iiacked an uff; tide ibid with six ii..hi. iand j fad th, batamtn witb U %  nd ti p .snlnneis on Q ami uti . ,i H i not 11-e to the bait. Llndwall played suffering from gastric '1 %  rannlna iture, Should bo IN Miller i>r until lomorrow, South iti ovtr Aus' I r. ii H kit bttweon the t' % % %  1 %  anod U'TNIlll •.,.-.. Mil til 4IRII \ 1 a .(.f i. -i.t.i.. 1M -milll Ml INMM.s sa McDoiiald %  M-i >v i • I %  e.-ia IT IT 11 1 run MI. st 1) I'tiArM 1 III. ,. Hi. 41 Undwa 1 oui M II^IMlr. I. %  *1 King b 1 J..h....i li II ... 1,1 a a Total J77 MtU* i %  Ill TH .. %  Kudean 1 b. rumlon rm M'HH Ml IVNIM.. | -nHnl Imperial Memorial Appeal B> HAROLD MWrS HERHAJ S i^ ; uno tniliis more rnotrtoi leg thaw cricktl Sr.mil ,in in.' Mm. j in London, when (1 Tjggj match is m pnhjrota, win-thir \hv oppoattion ttv Australia, West Indies. South Africa. New Zealand or Indin. and you will hear poople recalling thr names ( nd deed pl*y*i And just if ertcktten rwmtmbet their living, so they intend i iminoraU' their dead. It was in 1640 that discussions began on the question of a suitable memorial lo the cricketers of two World Wars. lord's hen<)quarierr.f ,1 icket at home and the focal point of the thoughts of every aspiring player II usly the only place where itcould he raised. %  is were made by which tht Rackets Court, disused for quarter < enti % %  %  numix'i of ptoturta of cricket pounds from fnr-flung parts of i ue.l,wealth. OlhlT gift' have been made to the Club on the understanding that the-, arill be rnadt aeoanlbii public while the Club's own relics connected with the game will undoubtedly help to stimulate intertal la |ht history and traditions of cricket. Mr. Robert M*n?ies, the Auatrallan Prlmt Minister, who t Cabinet meetings is known to have had meaaagea pasted to him recording the progress of Test IWttchat, once described trri's us "the cathedral of cricket' When he was told on his last vi..' t,. Lord'a "f the inamorial plans, he declared %  riiat will I the shrine." The inacripuon of the plague which will be affixed on the wall opposite the memorial staircase. will bear toOM WOrdl many cricketers of all lands who gave llu-n Uva Ihg ceuaa of freedom 1914-18 lB39-4. r > My memory often, strays back to a sunny afternoon in 193H v hen the white terraces of Nottingham's In nt Undue ground -uiaike Wenlworth. HolivarSalvador dill.i. II. H Butethe Weather In Midib n'lun Miin-llad/i i The ii. MIof lauilun tldmis llusley. Books on Bridne. Canaata. all lard tiamev Cru-kei. I.oil. Chest, t iHikery. ele.. etc And Ittik %  fur elilldrrn of all ages. BIBLES PRAYER BOOKS, PRAYER AND HYMN BOOKS. I 'omineiitaric-. Oc I'.id-. Address BOOKS. I Kill SIT-. I-OR (lll'Kt II AMI HtlM*-.. Telepbone 44'iT. Illl B\i:il\IMv ; AQUAYK (MB N (Local I %  tnbera • Onlv i .* Tinough the courtesy ef A the British Council will ba .. 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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER II. 1M* H1RBAIH1-, ,M>\iK.Alk I'M.I SEVEN REPORT OF SALARIES COMMISSIONER • Hum Cut,* md the I iuild according 11 lh. dcatlgoel qua! %  -it a* they artto be n^^hded Km taacheti aa afa' lion the %  %  ^^ %  MlMki A ill persist. In this casv. ^^E** v can LHmm'.y rUAed by the abolition trf %  A post a It ^^fctCBlMt • : ,.i for M aaaat tutlon where thrre are lu-t Creation of New Posts a comparative statement lh> and those outside the Sei <1) fOMPARATI'. I KCV SCALL IMl'LOYIl.S Service Barbados Dailj (Incl Alice. r I. Recommendation! have i received for • %  folio win* new poaU — I (A) Senior Supi. o( I k.200 in substitution for I wt of El Recornmc*ndc| i>\ O 7 Inspectors of Police and he reduction in the nu:nber of orntables by 11. Recommended by jv. 'irr Brigade As-<~ | Principal Warder n iiie equivalent to thai of %  lice Station Sargeant. Re-ommcnded by; Super.ntend• | 'if PrlMM D) Two Foremen Plumbers In eu of 1 Inspector Recommended by: Oiii.-f Engia Waterworks 1134 I 73 1.82' 1.821 182 Grade I %  Labour*. Grade II Male Labourer Grade III I. .in Loader Ordinary it. itntan i nim Grade iv Mataj Rr-ad.i 192-227 Able Seaman Coxtwaln Airport Attendants Others Grade V Budne Drive, Grade VI Engine Driver Grade V Engine Attendants; Grade V Fireman 2.36—2.70 lal tvea. of Dept. Sugar Indvati % %  IX.:.. Wjge Other Annual Wage (IncL Alice i Itea the Colonial Fbm -. .K] amiag to the Poalmaster's saUnr was increased ontin.. ns* a feat hreaa n.rzo |o S5.2M Coat i in ( sihswsn. Postmaster been g.nasal to the eaaarw aq> that all allowances paid lo the %  '' %  Pt***enl aUonrancaa paid %  i % %  %  %  %  %  %  bt nder ; — 111! %  baHM %  $374—4*9 Station Sergeant L B> U I (Unmarried) $in: to IIM mi N i III 'N SIM |144 1120 %  $102 do. do. %  :,.; LTD 655— 749 718— 740 2.79—347 — 2.36—2.70 Th*. question of the creation of Iditional posts Is outside my reference but for the it of the adminlstrjtlon I may ite that I have given considers„ >n lo the praponli and with tho t, ad ' v ccptinn off (D) I find there Is *?,"* merit in anv of the proposal „ j V r do As regards (D> If the admlnisC 2h.ie9 —i ion is satisfied that greater Mechanic 2 36—2.70 In the department will lit from the proposed reorganition. I suggest that the salary Foreman Plumber should a t the rate of $1,320 x 72— On %  vi Mechanic 2.79—347 c;r ,.'.. %  VI 1' I-bOUT Masterr The Peasant Agricultural Asso_ Mechanic — |, iciation have asked thjt .4 of their Grade V l should be regraded aj Senior CarpenAjTicultural Instructors. This re•• 2.36—2.70 supported bv the Civil G ridc V1 %  vice Association. The matter Cnrpcnon ( for the administration to ** r onsider when the Annual Budget and under 1. $2.00—3 00 I. 2.00—3 00 The leason for granting maraffiltier the Con ried meinbei-s of the Force a 1 Mppnrt lite request thai icnl 624—411 rent allowance was. I undei-s: 811—996 due to the fact thai the) (It) I'niforius the Island and m fact are perlod490-444 icaiiy dUTerent %  — stations with frequent rtgul ,. in tiie eataa ..f the Chief Inen ton 1 have %  no> be I %  %  intended then for subetanIn I tiai nun .. s t thttr aali and took int.. theii < Bta :., ^ rent %  Uowance two yean froni ments were conumred with ihoae the Alb on offlcera-aalariea to Trtrudad lam to* M4I | Ihereioie unable lo support their pu/chase rf ui i requeel For an) increase. ta r—eon why the tUowI an ; :uend anco In B that f ol t'orporhighei als in. .{i be brxiugh: into Una with the allowances paid in Trinidad. (t) Plain CtotlMg Ulsnruwe %  \ The ROVEB TV ;i car with iho-c linldeii v.ilue. BMMltlal to %  lajHanhli iimtMinu ..." All these ftft psfaill \\orlli iiulin^ ayh panii.iMnt .i < ii .iiim* .M'l i i ton tnr iulo ihe lntHii... Snutoih Ridtng ImiM.Hiil.ile Interior %  mi Iseaj < oinlorl "ncnl lerincat ili.it will -TROVER j I I I j s I ll -|-v '..| Bet I'-'.u b i Other Rank Station Sergeants %  arbedee IrlnWaJ \UlMn. Mqaeat Nil Nil $144 $624" Nil |144 Nil A-hich i have pfopoted hould '•• i .i" not rswonttaend an] 1 crease. If. bowevei ci 10 Ihe Hit ItBh 1 of the-.%  Ilowancea then I recommend (I>) Allowiinies lo Ih'lei i\c that the increase to basic salaries Th ked tli.it gate than the notional for Proficiency allowance reler... — lonliibution made on i>* h-.ll of red to io (ll hereof. 1 recommend r,l'*^.^' SL SHI and a few wage rates compare favourabu u employee In lh. QoverTunenl that %  ,1^:,, procedure IKI..!" : •Jher comrnercial ..undertaking* wlln hoge ,.,„ oulsu(r Uu S( ., VK ,. ,„„.„,,. t(l „ ,„ (lU(1(t who. •afcotoveS tn'th. VZFK"^, *"—•' %  > the ee of Coxswam abi.. ... the caee (K) Wtafclllf Allowance* "{';:• '" %  ;,"^"Zi Z Bara^maU^la^ln^n^ '" M lV,lhe Harbour Master of other employe some firms w.,-1,,,^ So5anc are paid | KJ^CornSon^ f" r !" nmended that be should pay lx.„us accord in,, to the ., lh e .mnum No ,..',. Sent outside the service with ^ ", ioccd ln J^ ^me grane as profit* of their undertaking su.4ialh.wi %  p....1 in Trim„ ,. ',„„ ., WhUh comparisons of wages can ""' l t, "" h OtVfmt (Grade V). as Many of these dally and weekly dad. The raqueat ..f the Aseocl.,,. be made: [n | few of these'eases 1C Coxswain is responsible Tor paid employees in the Service, Btlon to increase the allowance tlh on ||S ,„, Wl ^ ,,,,,,;, „,., Wages with those piild in Trim-hscWnc of the launch. In view Service until Th. that H %  I of livinn Wl ., s •fad for Bimilur 1 thl salary paid to the Coxmenl so tlu.t they nay not IllU.dlowance has been ] td 1 ,,, h ,. w ,, ,, : , ,11 Trinidad 1 support the mutely qualify for pension; in Hie proposed Inen'.i-e m their lal• • %  „,,, |h> j As Harbados Is mainly dependrecommendation, the nieiOLtim.thej reOOlva In art | atii on agriculture and Is without | was informed by representaact Hum that paid (F) IJi-hlinu Allowance* iy major industrial undertakings. Uvra Ol 1'u Civil Service AssocIo others outside tho Service f"i It I n IM thai tha hghtg_am or the opinion that in the blUOQ that workers in the Sugar similar amploymenl and natUTIng 1 for or general labour the aggnindustry receive an attendance Of ally feel that in those dinVult increased from $:i to uch o.iiiy ami araahl) paid ainplo] %  llated to wages paid outside the* bonuf %  P" 1 **. nccept the In Drf ..ut in iarvlce, it being borne in mind H-'tement as I know that in Appendix VII. I have included that employees in the service are ,,lflcr colonies such a practice Is provision for this additional eligible for pension on retirement, followed. It mini be borne in paynV While thoea outhide the service mind, however, that the sugar (/nrMuliIished Slufl— are not. wcrtrara on retirement rae Mnnthlv l-.l 1 the obove are set out in Appt %  dix III. Monthly SlufT Paid From "CHher Charj-es." 27. Itecommen da lions in respect of monthly employees paid from %  Oih<-! Charge bodied in Appendix IV. Staff Whose Kmoliimcnls are met From Special Funds 28. Appendix V reflects staff employed by the Caribbean Ourand the proposed sragaa paid in the 11 I anent Service for such labour %  hould follow closely ihe wages paienters. mnsons. palnteri and ma' 1 .11 be reno pension or gratuity, so that The rates paid In the Governthe bonus payable to them < ment Service are as under:— Dally Rafc C'-o-f. Auarcual tor 1 Hotm AllowDaily rfostrlu a nee Wave Grade I (Female $ c c. S c. 14e. 1 12 22 1 34 Grade II I8c. 1 44 2V 1 73 Grade III 19c. 1 52 30 1 82 Grade IV M -24c. 1.60— 1 92 32 3a 1 92—2.27 Grade V ;-. -29c. 2.00— 2 32 36—38 2 36—2 70 Grade VI Service M -38c. 2 40—3 04 39—43 2 79-3.47 The Civil ed the following pro posals.— t'rrsrnt Batic Proposed Basic Rales Bales Grade I 14c. per hour 20c. per hour Grade II 18c 25c Grade lit 19c 2c Grade IV 20—24c. „ „ 28x1 32 c;t.,. ;i v 25-29c 34x14—40 Grade VI .. 30—Mc 42x2—48 I (I) Proficient \ Allowance-. %  | V .it 1 given lo lhe 1 .... 1 %  V 1 1 who show %  1 %  • il abllll or 1 %  1 ;" %  %  A be provided foi .1 da C 11 ol Police. Spvciali %  1 ..1 varying rrom 4H t. 288 pe, annum to clerka, arli .,. fli 1 othn addition lhay are paid mthly allowance of $1 M, H lug by $1.20 each birthday to .i maximum monthly allowance of W. The AaaodaUon hat rvo^iaatad '"<; unit in OctObai (G) Allowance to Hand (adels Band CgdM are 1 rovtded with Itaa, es" ,i t.. 1 osl %  pprox win I i|j-.rr the (J) Inspectors --rgennts Corporals I .lea ... ratal requested are re* SuhMslcnei Allowtince ki Icnce Alia out hereui ea '-'i Aflaasjlatiaa'i Present ltmle Kenart Nil 70c. mi •Oc. .72 41. . arnalgainatetl PcimiinU Loan Hank .md labour Watfarg (Houaing) organis;tti' Governmenl BartrtU Bank 29. Tho Directors of | • %  hava recommended that U10 p M1 d to Ibaoa adkll asBW manager's salary |N> increased sliould be increased owing to the from $3,840 to $5,040. increased pricee ol too in the recent legiadingj by the v.'^ • barajd thai Ihaac MEDICAL DFPAKTMFNT (A) KntMMi Alluwancca 31. 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'Ml Fot'R II\RR\IMIN \II\IH \ii WKDNESOAT, PECEMBEB W. 1 BARjJAWE.A ADVSCATE I *r aw A**.*.t. M i "x%S I SEE IT" Wg\ i D which has been extended Slate for the Colonies aaUng the Government of Barbados to : MUM tu be ai Will compel UM Stilly and rill lead to a clear statement of Bait:... with regard to federation. The dale ol the conference has the subject matter of :' the Secretary of State to Weal Indian government! has not been publish)'. LatUfl 1 Jamaica. Trinidad and the Windward and Leeward islands have accepted the invitation to the London COQftnnoe, The government of Barbados cannot accept the invitation until the Legislature has replied to the Govaraor'f BHsaatge on the subject No doubt Mr. Adams has befst. CUsKtlaWillf the subject of federation fully sml It must be high on the list of his priorities for debate In the General Assembly. It is poeaible that \ lerobly may discuss federation before the end of the month, but in view of the %  arionman of the decision which has to be made the debate may be postponed until January. By UM end ol January, however, both the General Assembly and the Lagatiafive Council will have to make up their minds whether tit rtOl to accept the invitation to London Should the decision of either one or both chambers of the legllllllirci be i solely to acceptance or rejection of tbi' invitation to attend the London con I-ointment will be exe ) by all thV i ard Barbadian faUure to make up its mind about federation as harmful to the interests of the community. The legislature must make up its mind whether Raj hull M Intend! to take part of not to take part in a British Caribbean federation. Traditionally Barbadians are opposed to federation because of self interest. They have been convinced that Bar bados leads other West Indian islands in many respects and that participation in a political federation would reduce Barbados' Influence in the British Caribbean and would lead to lower standards of living in Barbados. The fear of becoming grant aided islands, of having like the majority of the Windwards and Leewards to look to the British T r a IIUI y to balance the annual budget is a healthy fear based on the soundest British tradition that political independence goes ill with linancial dependence. Fear of having to dtvert preaanl Barbadian revenue towards the upkeep of more backward West Indian, islands is not. however, the only : Barbadians. The representation proposed for the Federal General Assemblj WOuld JtVe the more backward Leewards and Windward islands a greater voice in the tranaaction ol federal business than Barbedee* Foi an [aland with expenence of more than three hundred years of nment the out by the combined voicea ol island! which have loat the representative instttu tiOM they formerly possessed might seem to be a going backwards rather than an advance towardi greater eau%governrnent Tins may happen In %  political federation as proposed m the Ranee report The two traditional Barbadian fears are real and arc not. as is sometimes unkindly said III .Jamaica and in Trinidad, the typical reaction Of a narrow, small island mentality. Barbadians have much to lose by federation: their gain! from it are problematical. What then is the legislature to do? Knsily. they must get to grips with the lituation and stop putting off tin day of Every member of the General Aaaembly must read and study every line 111 the KaurirepOTl On Closer Association and where disagreement with the report i amendments ought to be made. member must bo quite clear in her own mind as to whether or not the closer association recommendations in UM Ranee report conform to the true federal principle and he or she must be quite a that federation and not some other form of clooer aaaociation, ejr., unitary government is best suited to West Indian needs. If after full consideration of the Ranee e Legialature of Barbados rifoeta to participate in West Indian federation even though it accepts the Secretary of State'! Invitation to attend the Umdon conference then each member ought to be quite happy with regard to the future development ol Barbadoa I'nless Barbados comes i, on the ground floor its Influence in I federation Will be lessened. That is obvious. On the other hand. Bartry strong trump card to plav uld make this islands entry into a) upon the location in e Federal Hi adquartani Not rould the siting of Federal Heedraault In a greater volume %  oyment and revenue for the lal! id but the actual number of Barbadian reprethe Federal Assemblv would %  Hvei would IK' subject to Die viand highly developed local public The logical consequence of ministerial H if government, Dm i: (icipation In a I Crown Colony system is doomed to %  -< %  must think seriously about rtion. GOOD LOOKS DO NOT Prrhsps th. grt..ic*t shock II. %  --. ,... „, on. %  ^ Mldc %  *PP* ' I arrival l,4Hrrnri'liiirnooH ro ore mu,x ,h His unoVl w..ng loo great a Uttl*. loral chffM get a chance Of mi it Calcutta, Boa %  > %  weak. "gainst the btf prafeadonal ones. Indian luh-ConiiiM-nt David giant crossed in every illi.ulloa and could be worked init but there al*il.*rs iiavo alwajr* hod a popular Ceylon. Pakistan. aaastera !•>.,1-wa>* remains one snag. Britain is %  •Ptxol. Of course the little dubs tan and India reduced I %  .ise an industrial country and inua* are nearly always wi,--d out. I f Barbadoa If raaalng ex*id nearly alw. v nnce always would then Mop u. thirik fur ft pOTl uittriea a hc or two o! :. mlruile I i l<, the BOBt of "eir l>IK oppoiKiiU and become, reduce Die Indian lub-ConUnent living UMtl F*UturTs the local heroas uxl "ie toast of to that siw the West Indian P'^V tad %  ' 1 niak!1 lover* of sporl. Lwn ( of aport islanot become non-existent That '"a* "l> 'oe Indei .*nd any increases Is certainly the mst apt descrtpis exactly where they are to ihi* in fi--i prtcei CaUaM %  the British P-.iblic You in man In the street ID Rngland. y> ;;*'-. !HM wurkwa al nncp I filial not judge all Seeing that the ultimate responslonMU innen by th"*e that Britain i iiity fo. Weal contracts it e*port rnc English can and dew i eta pottttaal can not %  avea though "pprcciaied in England. West and economic resides witd lived a comIndians believe Uiat a love of Memu-r of parliamont eta UM "> UBI incoinc tax or aport is Weat Indian, but how by the Kngli I. i sn Walter many West Indians would queue lack ol ajpiealalioil of Colonial Monktun M.vaster of 30 or more hours in snuw or sleet affairs reflects no credit to anyone I1 Uf tried to withheld the to gel a Ucket for a football match. Now if the Englishman knows wage increases after the last It does not nutter bDW much nothing al the Weat Indies, is the Budget but the Trade Unions conaccustomed one kl to cold, score on the other side very much cat 1 perature of freeung or balow is better'* I have lived Is gngUnd peataUon f the contracts and all cold and when there is wet snow for many years now .,: v.nayrted. covering your boots and sleet taanjl Weat Indiams who haw %  expected trlckluig down one's collar, in the cone to England. Although the h* the poticy ol UM 1W52 Uuiluet pitch black of a NorUMra night degree of knowledge about U I the result can only with a biting wind going through England is by no means negligimean In. %  uany number of layers of clothes, l.le. the statements that are freely larly highei and when not only men but Carle, *md rerj oftaa, unaTunlj forthT" ^ |%  lal aan and old woman do that coming. show that the West tha % %  > ther e can be no doubt about the Indians have much to learn about Both Qasi ira artp that sport has upon the England. back la -irwl natives. I recall Mr. la-saey from To those readers not fortunate It is obvious that unless one is I'oint-a-Picrre in Trinidad, tellenough to come to the Old O '1 lr "* appalling, coming me he was awns t try and see for themselves, I hofx* petition (at B M tab at Lord's on Thursday. I will be able to bring some upon us again. Many here as well That was the SunU.r. before ami %  or En*:land of today throughout tin WeM I anojulrad if he had Ma ticket. It Is over a year since the Indie* will be hoping that some He loplled "We, but 1 shall go Conservative have been in power mOdiAcatlon "f ;i .. about 10 ftaa. After all. i-ud that should bd a fond milemerit on Trade and Tariff will enplay docs not begin until U SO Mono by which u> pause and sue from aaaess the results of their policy, woalth Conference (i A T T. as it nesday eveninf the BBC JTIUnfortunatelY. the moment at )%  commonly called was signed nounced that there was a queue of which thai is being written is years ago. Today* world Is far over 400. Around a m on Thursthff interval between the end of distant from that. Then 11 proflay the police '-rTicers Nipponese peasant. I should exout would it rppeal to any if so far announced do not create plain thai 1 have BO i to swim across the Surany violent surge of praise ai.il '"imnin tinJapaneaft I '-e.ih.fast on a opproval here but In %  MSstloO If I morning. Then it is barely the feeling b—Well It could have COtlld Dfl I htr '' BnI mo >"* !" ^ <"f> " ,h e ice U-^-ti a l"t worse and so far only market %  -nu*rtain niul nl J "* broken and the two of the Taft disciple* are on rMttaUc ftpprei cr neither looks nor is clean, the list. As a policy of M':. Q %  would li [ %  £"• "Popular in is the pram of ..ll England and dea for the products ^y;< y countir out w-ncre outside the RapubUcan Party are unlikely of everyone ir h rwever, the "* I'nKun would there be a motor to lower tariff the outlook is not sterling tit %  built before without gloom. How far the ComBUR r!** w" I^T.^BHS,^ 0 !" monwcHlth Prime Ministers Conptttata and no market for sterung r m H>0P i" r *^ f^J^ 0 "T* rerence will l^ able U dispel any Poct 1* to be granted, the pri^ n f" Ir ^ J 1 ft **** w tl of that gloon remains to be gaga %  Bto * ? %  *!** """J^Xr ^£1! Everyone Is hoping for the best or must become the moving factor th *' !" u rf ,*" ^*, : % J I* am unit West Indians should be for the Commonwealth. It is too In cnin !" oe real WdUTe. pleased to m>iv thut they have much to hope that by dosing %  Th^-^ j . dflub*. tK -* whatrce, can spea* eWr Jota QOam Boll mary lack :ome into their own and will havi their own representatives and with one longer wiU the> have to depend <"1d to World Conference Th* „iT^ Itlsfa rf TTi in solely on the Colonial Offlee would have as its objeeuve a eosa^ZZ-J^*^\. T—. "—*^S Buyers* Market prehensive policy of world in which eessunarca casaVt perly r egul a l s g. Iron vni r% Looking back over the past year counrrtas should nag be ncaakd ^Tegt ^^ there is .: u on that account any more tlaao •*—,(much stronger and that financialihouid S^u'.h Africa rjecause of ,7^', ly we are much better Thera is her racial policy, certainly the J^l_^ *^ssess> tlso a further charge in Uiat sa most obnouous poUcy pur s ued by a^4^Br^ralsBrBBSBSB^ ttaVWaas nost commodities there is now a any Governa u etn today Surft a ^ "' ". ^ TT ,'^* Huyer's Market and that has tendConferenca would have to be ~ cd to force down prices. There is econo m ic and deftrutely not in a one big exception and that n food dofsaM or g„ Theie prices are rising and the %  • %  trends continue to poLat upwards Y't I would rThis is ihaps the bigge-t -nd UiiiiiasBHn ryad th* ** **** **"*• %  "* most acute problem facing; BrrUin opinion ttsM -.be man m trie street One Barbadian has recently as a nation today The Socialists was acutely aware of ihe eeonoachieved what surety must be a would subsidise food in order to mic ills that beset us. but had Wast Indian record. She is Mrs. keep down costs. In hi* last no knowledge of Ge>grap.-.y. His ">.. *n tx-Mistress RudaM the Toiy Chancellor of tha knowledge of econorruci is no of St Michael's Girls' School and Kxehcuuer, Mr. Huller cut tha mor* er.bghtenr-: whas become a rnouaar two months sulxidics by half and reduced ledge or geography so West •tar gaining bar BA-. at tha Income Tax to cumpensate tha Indians need not feel too depressUniversity of London. Congrats Increased cost of living. Although ed if their ai>p.voation of eeonotwice the Socialists were highly intiral mica is less than that of "The R_. -,g Few" illollis of ih.it action not one of their Geography and Carter I* WYaffifr To Blaiiit' lor I Soviet suspicion of foreigners nn di„. to Russia s exlraoioinar* iounli>juk and climate? rid Kelly. British Amlia:.'>adur in Moscow from 1949 to IBM, putt forward this unusual theory in a fascinating book of diplomatic reminiscences, out today Endlc*<. Steppe* F. r generations there nas been working on the Russian character what he calls "the influence of the endless featureless land endless steppes or fore*ts merging into (he tundras of Siberia, so that In winter i man could travel on a lcigh from Ihe Baltic to the Pacific with no obstacle but the Urals. .. "Instead of the feudal cattle nnd the family farm, there were log huts, tor ever being burned down, Bttd every stranger was presumed to he an enemy "The climate tells the same talc long, terrible Russian winter shcrt, hot Russian sumiv.ci. a '! %  ate of extremes. "Al] these geographical and climatic featurea stand out in the 1 Lhar.uKr inherent instability, abnormal suspicion of foreigners, the absence of lay true sens,, of form or limits Above all. the habit of rushing \ kuentlj frOrn one extreme to anrthcr periodically pulling up the roots and starting afresh On the astonishing W9J which Russia claims credit for [from pe n l ci lllo through jet engines, steamboats, radic and radar to the discovery I South Pole). Sir David has thi* to say:— "It pro\-e-i the existence of an enormetal senaa of Inferiority which the authorities feel must be dealt with on a large scale AJI! it shows to whst a point (they) rely on the simplicity and Isolation of their audici.< This national Inferiority complay out" other muntrics for Imagined diplomatic slights Ejonuid Moscow would not say whether Sir David Kelly's appointment as ambassador was approved fa derision usually I week . r tw. lays ll.is was exactly the same time it had taken London to agree on ICussia Hy I. s I ..si.. accepting Zar-Jbin u Sovtci Antbasaador to Britain — a delay due o l.i: haviaac been lDVOl< I i Hdli Wh er th hi Belg.au chef, an English butler %  %  c< n.mii!i;T\ %  Oil hi* f. HI undergraduate m IKl.f Ua %  with %  sen Now the a fortress, .f.. %  mat: were forbidden to travel thiough "very large areas of tho Even the 100 or so | Russians — professors. U Srho had ill quite n allowed to accept brVltaUona to foreign cmbatsles had been warned off. A hundred invitation? miftst B0 to Russian gue-U for a party to cme nutioniil %  : %  ly -a maximum of 20 would be allowc.t %  %  tirelv of cfflc.aU of the ifauatTJ FOt> eign Affairs and Forces repre' %  alley of isolation wa* so %  did show signs of tuned It was %  Cockroaches . .ore few other chances "in Itrutlrr* .Stay : largejarv Lae) t'hurvh F0 raa Editor, The tdrocnte— %  iimy Ailvocaic of IVcen.ber 8th "Pensant" advocates the building of a Tt %  Instead of a Theatre why not a bigger and lietter Church" Thmk of men dying and their souls going the way of sVsMBsf a V/ a a /n ,: people. Man;. including theatio : tickets, and most do'T.urs, hut not food) GOUld b,. ibtained only through nment department called ltti.obm. H with such matters as the elimination i On this subject one of colleagues had a long iince which went to %  • • I Burobin ended it by telling him • mo kind-* one kind that rould be eliminated, and one kind that could not. His. unfortu.i.,lcly. belonged to BM class, III-, Shadow S.r David was constantly tailed %  pefeeeasea (some uniformed, plain .lothes). They followed hun to the theatre and resat in the next com%  he travelletl by train, waited outside the am%  rule he was Inside When he protested he was told: • Wc have to guard the ombnssador. Of course, you do the same for the Soviet Ambassador In England." It Is inter' sling to note that when the Karl of Carlisle .irrued in Moscow iMi a mission to the (,/.,i as f;.r back as 1862. kW "!'.plained thai he was continually billowed by a member of the Strrlri He was told that this %  This, Dr David feels, suggests • i srayi the Soviet regime ha.* reverted to the age rer the Great partially il•.. have something done to the present condition of Clevedulc Raitd Since the track was dug across we were ge*"'i • a few h.n ers of '" %  'tich has caused the icfllUng %  .he track to sink ..,... %  this roo'l visit and see what you can do to batter oondlttoi ,.nd out u in on%  HALDANE JOHNSON. From NBWBIX KtM.rKK NEW YORK ACTOR Robert Mont^inu-rv. who one* 1 staned in a film called "Unfinished Busillsader attack by sime shareholders of Macy's. the largest department store in the world. They have no (ault to find with his performances in films or TV. But they want him removed as a Macy company director Store business is bad. Last year Macy's paid a dividend of 15s. 10. a share. This year it is 7s. And at the annual meeting shareholders questioned the value of an actor on the board. WHAT, asked shareholder Lewis Gilbert. does Mr. Montgomery know about merchandisini:" The president of the board. Mr. Jack L. Straus, said several directors are in the same position as Mr. Montgomery Snapped Mr. Gilbert "Maybe that's what's wrong." ,irt the 6ft elegantly dressed actor: "I've been in the business and professional field fi .II -.ears. Whatever my talents may be. they are at Macy's service Said a lady shareholder: "Thank you. Mr. Montgomery YOQ still have the gift of the gab." SAYS drama critic Ward Morehouse: "The prettiest woman on Broadway at the moment is Rosemary Harris, of London" (in Moss Hart's new play "The Climate of Eden"). The wittiest—Beatrice Lillie. of London. Most promising young actress — Penelope Munday, of London. And today a pensive-looking Clair Bloom,' of London, is the cover girl of a national: news magazine. JOB OFFERS are pouring in on President Truman. The White House sends the same polite message to all: "Your letter has been tiled." A hat tirm in Texas would pay the President £90.000 a year to be its vice-president. • • • EIGHTEEN frigates and 50 landing craft are to be lease-lent to Japan to train a new naval arm against possible Communist aggression. The ships include some lease-lent bv America to Russia in world war two. • • • PITY the lot of the drive-in theatre operator in winter, when snow sweeps his outdoor cinema and he has to close down. But the owner of a drive-in outside Washington announces that his ushers are going to be armed with gloves, mufflers, and snow ploughs. Spectators can sit snugly in their healed cars. The pictures will go on while cold winds howl. • • JUDGE WflUs Ritter arrested postmaster David Trevithick. of Salt Lake City. Utah (pop. 182.000). and 25 of his postmen. Their lift carrying mail to a sorting room creaked and crashed so loudiy past the courtroom that witnesses could not hear questions. The postmen (motto: "The mail must go through") ignored warnings from His Honour. He kept them waiting for hours. lectured them, and dismissed them after a warning that they would be arrested again at the first creak. • •. • RUSSIAN delegates to UNO have been flrs New. wonderful fabric* that are in keeping with the Season's Festive Mood .... NINON—exquisite umsanicr silk in ( loins. $X02_and nwcred, $8.72 SHARKSKIN—2-lone and in plain. §2.74 and $224 TAFFETA—a colourlovely selection for Christmas Da Costa & Co., Lid. Hi > NOW..-, HAMS Leg Hams Fknk M unii u In tins 111, i. 4. 9 lb. each l.iqi KRS Drambuie ( Ii irlrrti-.Kummul ChUTf Brand* i.t.1,1 lit .i,t Kum 3 Vears Old f Chickens DECEMBER SPECIALS Hal. Ketrhup 7'.. o !4r. ra. Nul Roll |Ba, Bg Carr's Cracker* I ro prr tin Carr'i BUruit* Short Bread 34< per nhr Nu Milk •"- %  %  Almond in-.,. sherlfT'n Frull I'liddlns* .-.Hr per Ua CHECK Till si Pram J A n sUlnti < i %  ,i Kruli Cakaa S4.00 eaeh I'luni I'IHMIII . *2 00 eaeh Jl ST ARRIVED Shrimprrom Hone Kmi, ',. ,. I lb. pham Haiwnfm aei Baa sHa Malvrrn* Fig lllvultH






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NYA, Africa, Dec. 9 Aan , LONDON, Dec. 9 GENEVA, Dec. 9. |
An Asian shopkeeper \ ng THE Commonwealth Economic Conference convened Leon Nicole, former Swiss Com- } re
dered by a gang of Africz last with Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden today to put final] munist leader has been expelled i
night and planes assisted police} touches to the “master plan” on future economic develop- | from the part was announced | , orn
iv the search for Mau Mau ter- ment schemes. here’ today The decision was 0 t ‘ 1,000,000 in cis-
P t x s ey » ne we aa . ' 1 1 VOCCK<@ ] oe _ aii 1 ‘
rori killer Ie The murder « ‘ The plan drawn up by the conference envisages a vast sosed Week eng meee ; ea
curred in the Thika district of the? aeen Sena Brit Po > Zurich by the Party’s Central
Fort Hall reserve of the Kikuyu] €Vvelopment in Britain, the dominions and the colonies,| Committee and was published to- ‘ nate
tribe, scene of the last month of | nvolving hundreds of millions of pounds during the next| day in the Party newspaper voix Ie
clashes between European-ied| five years for increased agricultural and industrial pro- | Ouvriere. oY
police and natives in which 20} duction he announcement recalled that te t ot-
Africans were killed by rifle fire.| Preliminary discussions were Nicole was told some time ago to ‘ ere
A combined force of troops and| today reported to be already | , 3 " tile ac aes ‘aa , ‘he
police yesterday killed one. native} i x | . Of | under way for the formation of | the Ps le renee y state | rh arp
in a dawn raid on a suspected Mau | € Mau meeting Four suspected | } tion which would help to finance Ket eree ; ale ag a ; th : ‘aa it
natives were held up in their hut| C: mg I I . F nate: -eéaming: I ;Arthur London and other Czed re
quarters on a European’s farm at asa ) anca | A further meeting this after- | 5 UD Prigatoke at na wes Vie
Gilgil, refus to leave | . | Boa of Prime Ministers and Prague trial last month.—U.P. { i
While the door was being bat- R l . S I I jheads of the deleg 5
was g i gations with
tered down, one escaped through 16 Ss oug 1 | Prime Minister Churchill at e r
a hole at the rear and wa hot} | Downing Street is to be devoted H | C =|
dead when he refused to halt. The} C ASABLANCA Morocco, Dec. 9 | to a “Grand Review” of the ig ler axes Gurl Stabbed
other three were captured.—U.P.| | French Resident-General|conference’s deliberations and to e - ‘ : f
~ ugustin Guillaume arrived to] seal in decisions | ikel 1953 !
I J r e personal charge of heavily | : ' F M i y :
2 al ed forces restoring order in Canadian inance Minister }
di CUuSssIon } worst Arab nationalist riots if} Abbott said that the present In Trinidad | MRS. R. N. TURNER, wife of His Excellency the Acting Governor yesterday presented the prizes at I
130 years Commonwealth Economic confer- j the Ursuline Convent’s Prize Giving and Entertainment of the Preparatory Department. nee é » ho
On S Kk ! ence is “the most satisfactory” .of Mrs. Turner is seen presenting a book to her son John while Mr. Turner (right), teachers and par ike her four and lf mi to
LLC an aes but_ unofficial reports | all the postwar parleys he attend- | PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 9 | ents look on. ) the most s¢ 1
said at least 57 persons died in| ed 2rnat uc tals He j > r P " ! r
~ + ¢ a in international capitals. He} Jyonourable A. R. W. Robertson ! ed
Speeded Up | yes terday’s demonstrations ae gave his verdict in a guarded} Financial Secret wy Se todas i | ‘ 7 | ea | Police reporter
4 200 were wounded—some vere} statement for reporters In a ined ‘ ni | ar a : B ( d :
jnot expected to live. Anowee “300 writlen statement Mr. Abbott con- ae rvinised's 1953 bude bia 4 ize xiv in a 4 —? ra ! :
CAIRO, Dec, §. | Were arrested. firmed that the present two-week Alona 4 sation = ght te “ ere | | e . ° I |
Egyptian Premier General , conference which is expected to Sa eur af r Union Chief
2 Troop with shoot-at-sight ™ : mt aie vies next year. He said: “The possibil | A
Viohammed Neguib and British] ; j} end Wednesday or Thursday, i : _ » |
yoo : orders and batked by heavy] : . > : ve ity looms large that if expenditure}
Ambassador Sir Ralph Stevenson | .).../ oe id rtiller eat ic | the prelude io wider talks with continues to. rise, there may be K ALY | R
hay ie Ras | armo nd a ery were de-| weste 5 : ; se, re é - 4
s id wn io th : ma Gone for. cite termined to stamp out any repeti- | "°°"? Rorope and 88 1U.S. no option but to impose highi € igns
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AGE ih PRATENiaas Gee take place| tion of violence, The native Meanwhile leaders are reported | taxation even in the coming year, His Excellency the Acting Governor Mr. R, N. Turner}
with the minimum delay” a joint} @Uarter was sealed off by some|to have plotted a three-point; The Select Committee return®d and Mrs. Turner were among the parents who yesterday | we Oe een ‘ R
statement announced here {9,000 police and soldiers ;programme which they hopa/the estimates to the House today attended the prize-giving entertainment of the Preparatory! ,,, se Labeurile tick Be eth vane nen
voeastty } : 2 es . Rn ‘ will get the sterling are: the -e . . FA ‘ ; Pica . | eteran Labourite Hubet atn r f our te the
es Ni a “nd a — 4 nite But word circulated that labour arinnelal Sante andr Alan ie With an increased deficit from} Department of the Ursuline Convent, Mrs. Turner dis-|,,je1 Critchlow O.B.E. has re- | ‘ Fekete wer
» t ks T > le ] f ~y an 5 . > ” f 7 : =a . . 7 2 ; “14 * + : .
ba «a8 i Stak; and Sheeuk aaa leaders and_ nationalist chiefs— planned talks with other Western |$1-700,000 to $1,927,176. The re- tributed the prizes and included among the prize winners |signed as Secretary of the B.G had
189% fter the Pren lew Tra sworn Ror by France of instigating | Countries aimed at smoothing|7ised budget after six meetings of was her son Labour Union’ the oldest trade closed un ove Lond ind
398 1 1 1 1é SW t . reak Mac c= e . m DE ‘ . ‘ p 4
in his ne Cabinet Ministers to wees “op : the cltye world economic difficulties the Committee, shows that total — Before the prizes were dis-junion in the British Colonia um rs in
! s new net + pLere ~iitine meeting later in the city’s saver ms $@ ‘ =whe ve » sc age > . 4 f :
day rhe statement said agre€-| japour exchange where sha teotite } ‘ : ; aga on 560/405 SF- eens , baestieiac ds the SchoOk bes fe & play | Empire founded by hims if 30 und t er
ment had been reached on some started yesterday ‘lave confi More Committee Work ture $62,362,453 U.K. ould entitled Father Christmas And]years ago, The 67 years old| vices were cancelled one ona
! ! : < arte »sterday. ave confi- ‘ z ’ : 3
point Others were now being! gence in me” Guillaume told the ; ; ss Ke —OP. e e jThe Hubbard amily which Wa8lunionist who represented B.G At i I dar
furth neeting A report from The Adivocate’s }presented in four scenes, Théjon several occasions in the U.K 1 tio aan: ¢ N00
considered A further meeting | >-otectorate Government Council | ‘ : . le : > : ts we r eet ae : ae a 3 te
S ssible |! : London Correspondent says that es ? children played their parts well}and in the Caribbean also sat on y¢ had to be \
would be held as mapas) ty Si lin Rabat before leaving for ich anteentitl Arte “snny. e c me a each cene brought loud 4 i ; - : opl i to be held back from
» statement added.—U.P, lone anh ? e co "e VOrK a) dé Ov i at . H > evera overnmen yoare ind ket windows y Police afte
Mtg: RGR CeFE eee ; Casablanca. needed but present expectation: ARTIE'S HEADLIO - ' 4 applause from the audience | Committees Otie of the few) buses were forced to halt Pate
s ar é > oO rence i » } Th was followed by ‘There | ,,;, 5 . i betien aes a : z ee
. | Twelve Ring-Leaders are that the conference will end ’ a Guianese to have visited Russia port officials estimated 5,000 bus
—“e | g-Leaders idem on z ; , {Was One Who Gave A Lamb”, a : ee | _
. a tad o--4 | orrow evening. :A_ lengthy ' ¢ ne is - * “lhe served four yea as nomin u hac en cancélle nce the
I re Destro Ss Cwelve ring-leaders blamed by | communique setting out the min- oi anes jnativity play for children by],", °©tY& re yea E a ad a es ns had be neélled si the
French for the insurrection | st final 1 : n ther ° Anmoite Mason. sur ted member of the Legislative x fell last Frida
S pS - vere sought. They included eight | b eee er eens eu The performers in the seeond Council and Executive Council Trains collided at London
Oil Re mery were leaders and four chiefs of | “This is expected to outline the Hiei. By K. ©. THALER play were, Mary Gonzales as Our|Through his efforts and repre-| Bridge and on the King’s Cros
- | the Istaqlial_ (Independence) Commonwealth’s” new* approach LONDON, Dec. ¥. Lady, Klsa Vallenilla as St, sentations, BiG. has some of the} Herford jines piue¢ 0 oh .
LANARK, Scotland, Dec, 9. [National Party. to problems of trade, finance, de- Britain would welcome U.S, Joseph, Juliet Gaskin as the}™° { advanced trade union ‘eg eriously injured.—U.P.
Rene et yal hit mel French police who have already | velopment and commodity: and planes and troops to help her/angel,’ Monti Oudkerk as Man|#lation in the Caribbean. | cnnideniadiaheanaiis
molished an oil refinery on the started an inquiry, said the pattern policy . | build up the defence of the! with grain, Sonia Webster as the During consideration of his |
C lyde River here las 1 a Loe vindende: was ‘similar to Cairo’s | : Middle East against potential/May, with gold, Pauline Brageker resignation letter many tributes D t | D ‘ . t :
ing blazing debris in all airections S! outbreak last spring. Agitators| But no dramatic changes in poli. ;aggression an authoritative Brit-|us a Girl with flowers, Denise|were paid vo his pioneering zeal uteh ocuments
aud snaking houses, | whipped up the crowd and dis-|¢Y are expected. The real signifi- ish source said Tuesday The} Weatherhead as a Boy with a and unaffected leadership — by t ea } ro
Police reported no one injured ltributed cutlasses razors and/| ¢ance of the conference may not {source said the Middle East’s/lamb and pupils of preparatory};union executive member: A Not Going Lo U.S.
There was no immediate estim~-| cicjes to the “mob crying for| in fact emerge’ until the Com- | security must be considered in| and Montessori classes as a choir} special subcommittee Wag aj 5 n
ate of the damage, Ten fire bri \«vengeance” against French “op. | monwealth countries begin talks | | future as the responsibility of | f angels |pointed to consider the terms of THE HAGUE. Dee. 9
g Kade s and fireboat poured tons | pressors.” with the new United States ad- | | the free world since Britain can The cast in the first play were) retirement he would be given rh Dutch Government has
of chemicals into the burning re- ministration in the early part of it longe shoulder this task|/Yvonne Hannah, Belen Rivero,! Mr, Critchlow as for years “a j,otified the U.S. that vill not
finery and three huge reservoir Efforts to get the Sultan of} next year = | ai ve pea _ a Mar y Goddard, Maurice De Ver-|banned man” in Trinidad and : ate : { er ai vb
tanks were set ablaze by subse-' Morocco to disavow the rioters The communique will undoubt- | It added that any place, for the} teul Marion Spencer, De xter'! even his position as member of | p.,¢ relati eum com-
quent blast | failed so far French sources said.| edly stress the importance of de- |defence buildup in the Middle | Hoyo Elizabeth Harding, An-'!the B.G. Executive did not pre=| panies in tl etherlands to be
Shipping along the Clyde was| Sidi Mohammed the Fifth, quit his} velopment as a means of closing East must centre around a base|thony Chabrol, Rosalind MeCon-\yent him from being refusé nt to Washington to be used in
delayed by We intense heat and Casabianca palace and went to the dollar gap. | in the area and the only effective |"€Y, Rex Wotton, Mary King)admission to Trinidad when re the anti-tri campaign. One of
smoke.—U.P. |Rabat but maintained _ silence The need for expansion of trade base lies in Egypt Elizabeth Legg, Marguerite Baron,|iurning from the World Trade the biggest oil companies in the
| rather than turn his back on the} and commodity price stabilisa~ Search for an alternative base |4nita Paschen, Pent lope Farah,} jyjon conference in London. orld, R Dutet ell has
Vi Pi ee W cis Nationalist cause he supported! tion schemes will also be empha- | “Amyhow, | can't see protiuced no solution and|ary Pitcher Dinah McNeil, Joan Mr, Critchlow was for years! headquarter 1) the Netherlands
ir. may Ins jever since the wat = But ek aur e a | your secretary resigning strengthened the belief of the mili - a a a eager A t! member of the Georgetown Town | Britain 1 simil nnounce-
\ ° mM | : only be mentioned as a long- | bec - I a tree? 7 Fields, Joyce way rlene "| Counc! ment rec ur.
> 2 ac | European families in isolated | ¢,, ie + : os ecause you dislike her! \tary that Egypt must remain the ‘aria Urb: Nort vhewaie
Confide nee L¢ st Sree ate . term objective for the time when focal. palst Lor: Warten dafenca eel Blanca rbaneja, v —
jyuaste) evacuated to strong points | ¢he sterling area is in substan-! t Gardier, June Knight veers fi
PARIS, Dec. 9. to save them from the same fate tial surplus with the rest of the “9 planning | Michelle Goddard, Jennifer God » >
Premier Antoine Pinay won | of those who were unspeakably | world and gold reserves are con- | Gandhi Ss Son Politicians as well as military! gard. Wendy K idney Patricia em ye rs is 5¢ us he)
close vote of confidence in the|mutilated and hacked to death. | siderably higher than at present. | are now agreed that if Egypt is| parley, Jennifer Angela”
National Assembly m Tuesday] , ea sr ee aR U.P. & CO.P. Me |to provide the chief ‘base of the! |awrency, Valarie Beast ony | ¢
night after he warned that his | | oes eeryes ogy lade 3 rreste | Western defence setup, she mus s| topher St. John ‘e. ‘ eC ¢ nce
os . “{|huge U.S. a re fields 2 J } 4 ae
; . ie Eom ~ O- ‘rate i a a ml »
ave the France prokramine| .nnanad. totale bekevad a pre- co-operate in it fully. For this l ¢ e as ; .
offers the only chance of solvi 13 | cautionar y measure.—-U.P. “wT eo .2 I A JOHANNESBURG ataci Pee or vin So *) , |
v1 . bles . a dagetence arrangements lave been s .
France’s economic oan eras unisia Is South Africa, Dec. 9, |geferred until settlement | 2nd Birt he ay PARIS, Dec. 9
ie oa ress a en clo iat - i D 99 a Gan Fei â„¢ reached with Egypt the source fal The 14 nation North Atlantic Treat Organization
decisio was s¢ a ae 6 e late Mohandas K, andhi and |. aaaa » " T M > : 1 wie Dit oes
recount was ordered. It Se paneer Spot even white persons including the asided. ‘or rip € Ss focussed attention on the Middle Ea day Ri oe
to the assembly approval ot lson of former South African North Africa as the allies opened a series of n eet woes
Pinay’s nine-month-old oatamtt 5 e UNITED NATIONS, Dec, 9. |Governor-General were arrested — { January 17, 1953 will be day | will culminate in a conferer {f Cabinet Ministers here
TET ee hie ccom Thee nee S Day. India warned the United Nations] last sht f lefying race t ( t the St. Joh : w c . th ntire é tate I~ pre-
= Daa ndia wé d a ns | has nigh o1 defying i ele} m a h st. John’ next week to considet er ¢ irea .: ¥
to France. It cleareth the way ie'| hopping 8 on Tuesday that “Tunisia is a!segregation laws | Lquipment flor In tier On that day, the triplets pare ~dness for wal
the immediate debate On 10% langer spot’ and “speedy imple- It was the first active part } Judith, Joan and Keith Harewood | Top secre trate guidance’
premier’s recovery of te before Xmas mentation of the right of elt | taken by non-natives in the oye . , celebrate their second birth { for the entire defence
budget of almost $11,000,000,000. iete 1 for th ple ¢ m against Prime Minister Phili tre j \ , C , r ad t
I “uP determination for 1e people of|campaign again: 1e } t [pp ?8 | /18 Die, 14 + url hes 7 een revised to
i Tunisia is esseritia] if peace to} Daniel F. Malan’s race laws ais reir birth. on . 1 : he NATO
ba } ‘ y .
> io. 4 x be iaintained in a vital area of as SAN FRANCISCO, De ) ual 1951, the have lived N , tre t Purke
“MARKET” STREET he cht Made Pane Dol.| i Miittickh Duncan son of (Gi) cwindte acaiinas of deed dorm lta eich es ther mehe,| Suattees Goellapae
lit, leader of the Indian delegation| Patrick Duncan, former Governor] machinery and $10,000 in « } nestic of Gall Hill, St. Joh A tial
the first speaker in the Assem- General of South Africa and ready arriveq here for ent} ham sedularty BARLETTA, Italy, Dec. : plar inc
| main Political Committee | Manilal Gandhi led a gr » of 37 | to the Philippines in the nil i acre been rand? arias Eighteen pérsons were ki a fore +f est Council of
| Chairman Joao Carlos Muniz;thers into the native secon! phase of the Lion Club ‘fight fo red for by the staff the insti-| ng 14) injured” an oft: po LTO nisters’ meeting in 1950
: wr. ‘a . : rhe me J Sos 2 ont . : a 7 sa vhen two apartmen ul a Me me) j ‘
read a list of 35 speakers en-| "&al Johannesburg 4... | democracy” programe Vhey are happy, and grow- |S4id © : ‘ it i iff representing 14
gad ioe e. ahasal. aebate. oh he party of seven wh ites, Farm equipment came fror Se _ roe P, Pinies dom. {| ollapsed after 48 hours of steady ‘ae sont 5 epare reporte 6
| Tunisia nineteen Indians and _ fourteen | California and Nevada and will be| jsnions are seven other childre + oe mee Te missior permanent
i natives was arrested for entering | forwarded to San Francisco by] \., o are also inmate it the inst Troops were called to aid E eae \ \TO. Council Thursday and
| The list showed that the United/the area without the permits as | the first week of Muareh for ship-|.., and Firemen in rescuing persons) ' ; Defer nd Finance
| States which sounded an appeal | tequired under South African) ment to the Philippines accord- "D + their toro year OF asso- \trapped in the wreckage while’ | ie eeepc
for moderation yesterday intended; race laws. ing to Jack Block in charge of the so ne rs faa : stith tion, they {the rain still streamed down The}
[to speak again at the end of the| Police held the group under 4} shipment lt aban: Wihven th 5 d ps t avery jhouses, their foundations ak Hig ) t genda f
\ debate |}recent law making it an offence Block said “the respons¢ ery|" Sei oe oe 5 me atin 4 kes ,\ened by the downpour collapsed | ion dt eries é
Madame Pandit said “It is our)to incite natives to break the law]encouraging and enthusiasm for, ™°™ y 4a * dey thaty ¢ akes a | with a roar shortly before 1 a.m en i
firm conviction that a speedy im-|or hold meetings attended by more] the programme % pick ihe ee at 7 ; ‘; nce p+ Residents awakened the crash) sy, le East, the area
B he . he only case ¢ |
jplementation of the right of self|than ten persons, daily. “Thi just-a bare begin-| They are no ae 1 cc ee the {Called Police and starte d rescue} jing M ! n and Na
determination for the people of —U-P. ning Lior expect to collect} triplet ; eat ~ “. * eae . ; ' worl, | Def ts t
Tunisia is essential if peace is to hundreds of truckloads for ip=| vf and Bs, oN Wy Per wor a Prefect Mario Carta of yi ian
| be maintained in the vital area ’ 7 7 ment.—U.P. | as ore = bans 4, {Bari who came to direct rescue] I Her erhand renc
lof the world For this reason we YUGOSLAV IA | ean See rte ” oe , ie a operations said 18 were k n to nt t ive €
| view with particular regret the P oi re was & yen, pe d ar be 7 be dead and 14 injured includiz ishmer
. ‘ hs »y were born |
|complete breakdown of negotia- LANS TDACK E iplets in ev re six in serious condition . ee
ltions in Tunisia.’ A ak Ape rt In B. G.| St. Peter on U.P. | ce NATO will
“Tunisia is tod a danger spot} LONDON, Dec. 9. rem Our Own ¢ ) | a
for ave ae protest, and iz Rion Pravda, official organ of thé GEORGE TO Wh Dec a? | ‘ + jthat he Mid
tion has started there and wil iet Communist Party ne to- Mr. Albert Waterston, ceonomist! Italian Reds Sneak Niall Fk: sship | 8
. i t was ‘common knowledge taff member ¢ 4 \ Po '
pread far beyond the border and staff member o he up
t Yugoslavia is planning a Mill-| Bank, is here for iltat |
th . + for } » & 36 } € rr consu co 1
t ‘ erate > t - a a s ary attack on her Socialist neigh-| connection with the pre Sy atior \F la 5S Into Austria For Gree *k Line |
iat we co r the continuanc : ecti Ww uratio | ;
bours” acec ng to a Tz Agency }; Se is t i aras { }
it the present violently disturbed] Message received in London® aaciae hal tee atte dick te ve ae Ae! NEW YORK, Dec. 9, | nae
ituation in Tunisia a dange a formation for the eight man B. Italian munists banned by J iend Dire by } fi Me
ernational peace.” -U.F Mission due to art in Feb Gove from attending the tana f "i ms aE : . ; Sy ard
: ‘ y >, . Goulandri srotner yf LOT ! }
—U.P, pmeeevts a to study the po es oO omit if Peace Congre y le vil ein
elopment nd to make ‘ managed to sneak flags and mes General on} for ' . nit I t vh
CEYLON APPOINTS endation es of solidarity over the ae in Europe announced Mon- \dmiral, cor
° oa, ; , the Aust coe the n flagship the | Pe
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x ime now under construc-|
Tunisia Calm | RUBBER COMMISSIONER * last nigh “ a in, Gina,” Martland, will
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Fre j f ephone < Tr} Ceylon Government ha | : y southampton to York | ie
nuni n ‘ rue ppointed a rubber commi ery i i MONTREAL, I r r t esterda ; September. | ra
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— Caub Calling



Lecture Fer Teachers
M' J. ¢ HAMMOND, He
4 master of Harrison Coll

lecture to, school teacher it
the Annus Gene | Meetir al
the Church House or De embe

13. The meeting begin n

Home By End Of “Yeer

M’ "Hola = Jimmy’? BOOT






arrived here re-
fre i busines trip
through Ca j Vl Boot is rep
resentative of Honig Product
He is travelling through the West
Indic returning to Holland
the end of he yea He ex-
pects t pend Christmas in Ja- MISS GRACE PILGRIM
maic
Mr. Boot who is a guest of State Registered Nurse
Accra Beach Club Rockley is due

to leave for Trinidad on Satur ISS GRACE PILGRIM
iy M youngest daughter of Rev



ha a ; nd Mr A. C, 4H, Pilgrim,
Christmas [n The W.1. loravian Manse, Mt. Tabor, St
yr Parents’ and Teacher A John has been successful in het
ociation of Alperton, Mid- ate Registration Examination
Mesex listened to a lecture last ‘race, a former pupil of
month on the West Indies The @ueen'’s College, trained at the
lecture vas entitled “hristmas © eral Hospital before entering
in the West Indies"—and no F“rnborough Hospital, Kent
doubt, Barbados in particular where she is now 4 staff nurse
The speaker was Mrs. Laurence >"@ intends to eontinue her
Yearwood who with her husband “'“dies in midwifery.
and four year old son Peter live rs . :
in Alperton Mrs, Rd ‘ With Shell Caribbean
the former Margaret Weekes an 2 y } “r » week-e
ex-mistress of St Michael's Girls te fe Serres

+a by B.W.LA,. from Caracas
School, | Venezuela were Mr. and Mrs
Mr Yearwood is the son of Mrs. - o Friend. They have come
M. L. Yearwood of “Ashcroft,” over for two weeks’ holiday” and
Ist Ave. Belleville. During the are guests at. the Ocean View
war he was an R.A.F, navigator. }yote; , pe :
He now works with the Aluminum Mr
Union Ltd., with offices off the a.
Strand,

Friend is employed in the
Accounts department of the Shell
iribbean Company in Caracas.

=) a "
Carib Tour Week-end Arrivals
RRIVING yesterday morning M* J. NIBLOCK, Attorney of
= = B.W.1.A from Prinidad Messrs Robert Thom Ltd.,
was r, R. Greenwood, Export aq Mrs. Niblock, returned from
Manager of Allen and Hanburys scotland via New York by the
Ltd., manufacturing chemists and Aleoa Planter on Sunday night
makers of surgical instruments after six months’ holiday. They
and hospital equipment of Lon- aid they had a very enjoyable
don, England. holiday and were glad to be back
Mr. Greenwood who will be jn time for Christma
here until Thursday as a guest Also arriving by the Alcoa
at the Ocean View Hotel, is planter on Sunday night from
making a general survey of some Now York were Mr. and Mrs,
of the islands in the Caribbean Robert O. Lord who have re-
area in ordei to see for himself. turned to spend the winter holi-
what the situation is with regard qays at Queen’s Fort, St, Jame
to his products as well as to get and Mrs. William Roberts of
acquainted with his agents and Connecticut, U.S.A. who is a
other contacts. regular winter visitor to Barba-
From Barbados he will be going aoc
on to Jamaica before’ returning to Mrs. Roberts is a guest at the

London, Ocean View Hotel
For Trade Union Conference oa '
R. F. L. WALCOTT, M.C.P To Jamaica

left yesterday morning by . 2 AY : he
B,W.1.A. for Trinidad en route to RS. sie ao SILVA, nae ae
Rio de Janeiro to attend the mer Dorothy Eckstein, and
Biennial Conference of the Con- her son left for Jamaica over the
gress of the Inter-American Re- week-end by BW elas, Thay, Mere
gional Organisation (O.R.1.T.), accompanied by Mrs Da, Stlva S
an affiliate of the International mother, MS. Ena CKD, wire
Congress of Free Trade Unions, © the late Mr. Georgie Eckstein





Mr. Walcott is General Secre- Mrs. Da Silva's husband is with
tary of the Barbados Workers’ the Roy Mins Bank of Canada’s
Union and Chairman of the Carib- Branch in Kingston,

bean Division of O.R.1.T. Two Months

Prize Winners M* JAMES BIRKETT, a Bar
RIZE WINNERS in the raffle badian employed by the
at “Woodside” Fair on Sat- ©-S.M. Company tn Curacao for
urday in aid of local charities the past four years, returned to
were as follows:—First Prize of Curacao by B.W.1.A, on Monday

ohe Comb and Brush set to Miss @fter spending two months’ va
Cecile Warner, c/o Messrs Louis ''0n in the island,

Bayley, Second, Prize—a_ Pond’s . Meatat

Gift Set, Mr. Arthur Mayhew, for Trinidad Meet

River Road, Third Prize—a flash- M* FRED THIRKELL left by
light. Miss E, Lampitt Sandy the ss. Boskoop for Trini-
Beach Hotel.” dad on Monday to take part in

Winners can call at “Woodside the five-day Christmas race meet-
Gardens” at their own conveni- ing which will take. place. at
ence for their prizes Queen's Park Savarmah



| EAVING on Mon

Pleasure Trip

Mi KING

Here kor Christmas

MONG the 4 enge arriy



nidad was Mr



ex Oilfields
S§ COme over for the Christ-
holiday al will
ning fer a mont!

Back From Venezuela

VRS. H B. KERR of Maresol
Bea Flats, St. Lawrence
returned tron Venezuela

frinidati on Sund
LA. She was acc
rendson David

might by
pamied by









! ome oO spend Christmas j
oh with hi idparents
i Kerr is the wife of the
Driliing Superintendent of _ the
B Gulf Oil Co

Spent Five Weeks

ISS MURIEL FORD of the

Bronx, New York, returned
home on Thursday after oe
five weeks soliday a he guest
of Mr. and Mr Clyde reen

Syd Greame, Top Rock.

Mis Ford i senior Accoun-

tant’s Clerk at the Department
Taxation and Finance Bureau «
Motor Vehicles, New York

Annual Holiday

oo his annual holiday

with hi parents i Mr

G. Me a son of Mr. and
Mrs, R. B » Kenzie of the Bank
House, Pine’ ‘Hill, He came in 7
Saturday evening by B.W-I
from Venezuela where he Sa
bee employed as an eccoune RS
witi: Schlumberger Surenc«

for the past four years

Mr. Me Kenzie expect
here for a month
* *
LSO spending a month's holi-
4 day here from Venezuela
are Mr, and Mrs, F. Van Dijyk
ind their two children who
arrived on Saturday evening by
B.W.IA. They are guests at Coral

Sand

Mr, Van Djyk is head of the

Correspondence and Reproduction
Department of the Shell Carib
bean Company

R, C. R. Eaglesham of the
Maintenance pert of

the Cardon Refinery in Caracas
Ve



zuela is now in Barbados for
1 month's holiday. He arrived on

Saturday evening by B.W.LA

iccompanied by his wife and in-

fant daughter Jacqueline and is

i guest at Paradise Beach Club

aS by the same air-
craft on Saturday from

Venezuela were Mr, and Mrs.

Enrique Blat who are here for
eight days and Mr. and Mrs

Charles E. Breuille who will be

remaining for a month, They are

all guests at the Ocean View

Hotel
Intransit

M* JACK BAYLEY, partner
of Universal Agencies,

Lvitish Guiana was an intransit
passenger through Barbados over
the week-end on a business visit

the Northern Islands.
He returns on Friday en route
Trinidad

* * *



lay morning



y B..G. Airwa for Dom
nig, on a routine visit, was Mr.
Riidt Rait whe was an overnight

from Trinidad by B.W.1.A
Mr Rait is Agricultural Officer

for the Caribbean area of C.D.C
With headquarters in Jamaica

BY THE WAY... By Beachcomber

HAT kind of a prig,”’ asked flute need not necessarily be play
Foulenough, “is the man ¢d round a corner,” I am aware of

who tells a woman that he loves that, but as it is admitted that a
everything about her—and then flute gains nothing in volume o1
pretends that doesn’t include her tone by being crooked, I do not
money?” see the point of the crookednes:
“It is the crude way you put it “I do not suppose,” says the cham-
that is so offensive,’ replied Vita pion of the crooked flute, “that you
Brevis want to be dragged into a contro-
“Without your money,” said versy on such a subject.” Why,
Foulenough, “how do you suppose there is nothing | would enjoy
I could afford to buy you jewel- more Let us never forget the
lery and beautiful clothes? I love scene in Pirandello’s “I Flauto
your money because it would help Curvato,” where Giacomella says

me to make you happy.” that a thing is only crooked if you
“I wish I could believe you,” see it crooked Whereupon, a
said Vita Brevis. washer-woman tweaks her nose
“I often wish I could believe violently, crying, “I wish to see it
myself,” replied Foulenough crooked.” But what is all this to
The crooked flute us? 4
NE who signs himself ‘“Musi- Dovs Hodgson really care:
cus” assures me that my sur- HE time draws near when the
prise at reading of a crooked flute Saucy Mrs. Flobster, pride of

is unwarranted, “The crooked the Lots-road flotiJla, will have to

be towed to her last home and
broken up, Let rae add that there
will be nothing to tow and nothing
to break up unless the matter is
taken in hand very soon. Mrs,
Withersedge complains that every
time a craft pasSes, in either di-
rection, the swell set. up by its
passage shakes further bits and
pieces off the rotten structure
Rear-Admiral Sir Ewart Hodg-
son's signal from the Lots-road



power house: “Use more glue,”

was acted upon by Mrs. Wither-
sedge. About four belis, she sig-

nalled: “Cat Fluffy stuck to bulk- |
head.” And so the long epic wears |

on to its degrading close

Short story
RSULA! Ursula!”

His cry rang across the fields |
The girl took not the slightest no-|

tice, Her name was Gladys



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JOINT AND
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may mean kidney trouble

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1952

BANISH CONSTIPATION
OVERNIGHT!

BROOKLAX is the SUI@ way

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night. A sure remedy for
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BROOKLAX is the easy way.



wing 1 c
me of the Report
Dos Santos
review the salaries of Government



of Sir Errol

Servants in Barbados and to re-
So pleasant to take. It | ay r aaages h ,
looks and tastes like de- | The Advocate will publish
licious chocolate instalment of the report each day

until the complete report is pub-

+o:
i lished: —
BROOKLAX is the safe wert Your Excellency, °
Safely, without irritation By letter datéd 30th August,
it helps to re-establish nor | 1952, I was appointed Commis-
mal bowel action. sioner with the following terms
of reference:
(a) To review ind to make

recommendations regarding
the remuneration of all Gov-
ernment servants in Barbados,
excluding those covered by the
Turner Committee Report,
except where it is considered
anomalies still exist or would
be created by the recommen-

BROOKLAX

Agents :
H. JASON



JONES & CO. LTD dations to be made, with
special reference to the fol-
| lowing points: —

t (i) theâ„¢ extent, if any, to
which the present cost
of living allowances
should b@ regarded as
permanent and be _ in-

corporated in basic sal-

| aries, or as temporary

and related to the cost of
living index;

is produced

‘4 Gi) the general standards of
wader Atala remuneration and super-
annuation payments in
the Colony, outside the
Civil Service;
(b) To enquire into and report
on any matters incidental to

the foregoing which may ap-

, pear relevant to the enquiry,
and to make recommenda-
tions as to any consequential
adjustments arising there-
from;

To complete the

the 30th November,

2. In view of my

activities in Trinidad I

clear on accepting the

ment that.

(a) I would not be able to take
up residence in Barbados for
any continuous length of
time,

(b) 1 would
visits to

(ce) enquiry
1952,
business
made it

appoint-

by

ws

\s| KLE

) |

U

make periodical
3arbados for the
purpose of interviewing As-
sociations, Heads of Depart-
ments and individuals and of
obtaining information which
would assist me in my in-
vestigations, and
Most of the detailed work
would be done in Trinidad.
3. I returned from leave in the
United Kingdom on the 7th Sep-
tember and paid my first visit to
arbados during the period 22nd

(c)

to 26th September, I again re-
turned to Barbados during Oc-
tober and stayed for the follow-

ing periods;
lIst—4th October
24th—31st October
Prior to my first visit I had done
quite a lot of preliminary work.
4. During my visits I had con-
ferences with-
The Civil Service Association,



The Police and Fire Brigade
| Association, /
Don’t let that The Association of Assistant
}School Teachers in Secondar)
! Schools — all of whom had sub-
COLD take hold! mitted most comprehensive memo-
| randa.

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handkerchief, and on your pillow
at night, will clear the head in-
stantly. Vapex relieves your cold
from the first deep breath you take.
Vapex is highly concentrated,
economical, and
pleasant to use.

I had interviews with the Mana-
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dent of the Chamber of Commerce,
the Secretary of the Barbados
Mutual Life Assurance Company
and the Marshals of the courts

I interviewed the Heads or Act-
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ments:

Colonial Secretary, Post Office,

















Public Market, Public Trustee,

Also the | Police, Prisons, Government In-

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‘ | Subsidies etc., The Chairman and

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Bank, ;

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I visited the following
| The Public Library, The Public
Market, The General Hospital,

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Report Of Salaries





The In trial Schools, The fF
Plant Livestock Fi
The | rks Office

Representations in wri
Heads of Departments, -
dividuals and groups of -
L were referred to n by the
Colonial Secretary

5. Business firms, who were
circularised by the Secretariat
before my arrival, submitted to
me confidentially the rates of
Salaries and wages paid to their
employees together with state-
ments relating to leave, bonuses
and Provident or Pension
Schemes These returns have
been most useful to me and 1
Wish to express to these firms
my grateful thanks for their kind

co-operation.

C.O0.L. Allowances

6. In the Barbados regrading
scheme of 1948 the cost of living
allowances were incorporated in
basic salaries. At about the
ame time a similar procedure
was followed in various Colonies
on the assumption that prices for

or

main commodity goods, on which
cost of living indices were based,
would have been stabilised. This
assumption, howevcr, proved to
be incorrect, as prices have risen
since the consolidation of the
allowances with the result th
cost of living allowances have
had to be re-introduced by sev-
eral colonies.

The Barbados Government
granted a cost of living allow-
ance with effect from the 16th
June, 1951, at rates set out in
Resolution No, 77 of 1991, Since

that date the cost of living index
has risen.

I am of the opinion, therefore,
that it would be unwise at the
present time to consolidate these
allowances. My recommendations
for the revision of basie salaries
are based on the non-consolida-
tion of the allowances, the ad-
justment of which should be a
matter of negotiation from time
to time between the Govérnment
and the Civil Service Association
and/or any other Association
recogniseq by Government.

General Standards of Remun-
eration Outside the Service

7. With reference to (a) (ii)
of the terms of reference I have
carefully examined the returns of

employers, to which reference is
made in Paragraph 5 hereof. The
returns deal mainly with clerical




employees, secretaries,
dispensers, artisans and
in the sugar industry.
The Labour Commissioner
also furnished me with wage
rates payable by certain indus-
tries. Some firms have contribu-
tory Pension and Provident Fund
Schemes and pay annual bonuses
to their staff, dependent upon the
annual profits of their undertak-
ings. In some cases the bonuses
are substantial, There are, how-
ever, a very large number of em-
ployees in the Government Ser-
vice in respect of whom there are
no comparable posts outside the
Service.
Basis of Recommendations
8. In Paragraph 16 of the
Turner Committee’s Report is
stated thdt Barbados with its
limited economic resources could
not afford the level of salaries
paid in Trinidad in respect of the
posts dealt with in that Report.
On close examination of the sal-
aries of the Civil Service in
Barbados I lind that the salaries
of many posts below those of As-
sistant Heads of Departments
compare favourably with those
paid in Trinidad and that in the

typists,
workers

has

it

lower grades certain salaries are
higher than or equal to thost
paid in Trinidad.

In cases where there are no

comparable posts in Barbados out-

side the Barbados Civil Service,
I have reached the conclusion
that it would be fair and equit-
able to base my salary proposals
generally on the Trinidad seale
of salaries, taking into consider-
ation the difference between the

rates of cost of living allowances
payable in Barbados and Trinidad
particular cases for special

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ye ear at thei a
hall, on romotion,
A ‘ t - t an immediate nere-
yn the higher
; ! x moted officer
to U Re ven less than a year at
Bart s are | « thaximum s! 1 rec€ive an in-
In my recommendations I have erément on completion of 12
included annuel increments for months ervice from the date
men and women at th same of their last increment, retain-
rates disregarding present ing their existing incremental
tem of differentiatio te.”
Financial Implications Generous
Ir ew of the foregoing I feel
9 Though in my terms of that the method adopted in
reference I have in no way been Barlbod generous ind I
restricted to financial consider- leave it entirely to the Govern-
ations I felt constrained to cal- mer to, decide whether the
culate the cost of my proposals generous treatment is to be con-
over period ol years as com- tinue
pared with the cost over the During the course of my en-
same period of present commit- quiry it was represented to me
ments, ‘a that anomalies have arisen in
While I wish to be fair to Gov that certain officers, who are
ernment employees I must per- approaching the compulsory age
force have regard to the financial GF retirement, will have to retire
resource of the Colony and » bef . ing tt
: ive fore drawing their maximum
the general taxpayers who even- win with the result that they
tually will have to find the money :
to meet any increased expendi- will iw smaller pensions than
ture. Moreover, it would have their younger colleagues on the
Maen Bittle for me tO wie ame grade of salary who will
éommendatianis without estimatin, v tt opportunity of reaching
the cost which, when eventually. eit maxima, on which their
pensions will be calculated,
costed, might hi involved su om ; ; ma .
1 This is not an anomaly but a
large idditional exper
p? to warratit immediate re hardship which can be remedied
jection of the proposal ithout |! the Government is empowered
further cohsideration to grant accelerated increments,
I have had to spend consider- is done elsewhere, to officers
able time in making these caleu- W? long «and meritorious ser-
lations, the results of which are ¥!*
set out in Appendix VII of this rhe particular cases which
Report came inder my notice are de-
Assimilation or Transfer serving of special consideration.
10 3efore dealing with the 1 Before arriving at the
revision of salaries L feel that I recommendations which are em-
should deal with the question of podied in the various Appendices
the salary payable to ap officer to this Report I gave very care-
when the salary of his office is re- fy) consideration to the “recom-

graded -
The Civil Service Association
ind the Association of Assistant
Teachers in Secondary School:
have urged that the prineiple of

mendations of Heads of Depart-
ments, to the memoranda of the
various Associations which were

amplified at subsequent conferen-









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ommissioner







te without experience would
suitable qualified t
satisfactorily the duties
of these posts until he
several years’ training, e.g.
Customs Supervisor, Inspector of
raxes, Office Superintendent
I therefore recommend that
the officers in this category be
divided into two group as
under
GROUP “A”
Head of Service Office No
2. Colonial
Secretary Office Supt. 1
2. Accountant
General Accountants 2
4. Auditor
General Auditors 2)
6. Customs Supervisors 3)
8. Post Office Postal Supt. 1)
Accountant 1
20. Education District |
Inspectors 3
21. Science & Office Supt. 1
Agriculture
23. Medical Office Supt. 1
‘), Income Tax &
Death Duties Inspectors 3
10. Waterworks Accountant 1
19
GROUP “B"
Head of Service Office No
2». Public Works Asst.
Engineer 2
81, Labour Dept. Labour
Officers 3
32. Highways & Asst.
Transport Engineer 2
Persofinel
Officer 1
40. Waterworks Junior
Engineer 1}
41. Social Senior Dis-
Welfare trict Wel-
fare Officer 1 |
10
For officers in Group “A” I pro-

pose a salary of 2,880 x 144—38,456
which compares favourably with
salaries in Trinidad to Principal |
Officers







transfer should be adopted = - na 0 ieee aee P moo The comparison is as under: |
whereby an officer should enter 7) 1 a “f ne ee er Barbados Trinidad |
the new seale with as many in- n the Appendices I have set out Proposed |
crerents as he had earned on the thy ,,reduests made by the Asso- salary 2,880—3,456 2,880—3,600
ola seale, as the system? in foree Cations, but not the recommenda- Cost of 5
in Barbados of placing the officer Gong maae by Heads of Depart- Living 1 |
on the next incremental point in â„¢Ments nor the requests of indi- Allce 156 156 48 48 |
the mew scale works a hardship vidual officers which were greatly Pr ae aie |
on officers with long service, A in excess of those made on their 3,036—3,612 2,998 3,648 |
similar proposal was considered behalf by the Associations “ — |
in Paragraph 91 of the Adams’ 12 In the main Report I I do not propose any revision of |
Report and rejected propose to deal specifically with S@lary for those in Group “B”
Gos. Sure Mae teks 6 (a) reclassification of certain I have been informed that the
T i é é Q Ss + or bd 20] x ” |
im of the opinion that it would groups of officers, and term “Assistant Engineer” is a}
be impossible for any Coloniat ‘) groups of officers for whom patie ao. pon Bonne aks erg
Government with limited reseure- | have recommended smaller [OS'S do not generally hold any
ss t wise selaries. and at she ilaries than those paid to engineering qualification nor in«
es to revise salaries and a 1€ i ha sd aeed is it considered essential that
same time voncede the request of See . Sh Trinidad | holding they should hold such qualifica
the dd dint . mik re: y r ‘ ; Pf
he Associations ae, offices, giving my {ions in view of the limited activi-
I would like to remind mem- reasons for so doing. In the ties of their departments
bers of the Associations that leer h il ou question is not a new issue vut : alt dea’ we vee requir- has recently obtained qualifica-
was a live question even in an- in any special comment in tions; though it may not have been
cient aes ‘ — ae he a oO 38 an appendix to this a condition of his employment that |
aine ‘ se ow cer epo g
Se ee by aes Sire a tah
> Se , ‘ of 1 «opinion lat with uch
at the same rate as Cane ge ae Posts in Executive Grade qualifications he should be more |
. p a : .
yorne the burden and heat of the 4.929; 1,920 x 120—2,880— useful to his department.
whole day. (Vide nap rT 2 ; 3.456 IT accordingly recommend that!
the Gospel according to St. Mat- abe i
nS ST i st. 13. As these posts were dealt 2"Y holder of the post of “Assist. |
thew), vit by the Turner Committee ant Engineer” who obtains his en- |
I may here quote in full the they were not subject to review S aatat a: peer ee
1% J ranted 1 ess 31 a
Preteen rules oven the Axi 1g byqme under the terms of refer- increments in the scale “provided
‘The rules govern e NE ence , > ‘iv ‘eae
Pat facies salary saa Eel As however, the Civil that the maximum scale is not
of an of ree a sa em _ pro= Service Association and certain thereby exceeded
motion (which ineludes re- Heads of Departments § raised q .; ‘ ;
grading) are contained in with me the status of some of Senior Clerks and Officers of |
Colonial Regulation 44, This the officers in this category, I Similar Status |
provides for an immediate smight and obtained the permis- 2,160 x 120—2,880 |
increase in salary to an officer sion of His Excellency the Gov- 14 The scale of salary of an|
only where the minimum of cornor to review the position of officer in this classification is a|{
the new office is greater than {hese officers combination of part of the scale|
his former salary In cases Among the qualifications re- @ On Page 6.
where the officer has been in quired for the holders of these ———-
receipt of salary equivalent toa posts which were created in|
the minimum salary of his new 1950 are
incremental seale he is required (a) high academic qualifications, |
to serve a qualifying period e.g., holder of a degree or of

varying with the period during accepted professional qualifi-

which his former salary was cation,

drawn, before he is entitled to (b) practical experience,

draw his first increment in his (c) ability in leadership and
new grade, handling staff,

In cases of promotion where Close scrutiny of the offices
the lower scale of salary over- will reveal that most of them can
laps the higher scale or be filled only by senior officers
where the lower scale of salary with practical experience and
touches the higher scale, Offi- ability as set out in (b) and (c)
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PAGE FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER
ec 1 1
BARBADOS ef ADVOCATE ¢ ———ooOoororonw
STEINERS PREPARATIONS . Pore .
Sef I Seeelf se eves Pca eft d Lacouer Sheen Shampoo Bai de Cologne: ae rt im
Perhaps the greatest shock Wide A | qT a al sg ma Rg ll Stip on Finger Nails
frtates oy the Adveocate Co., Lté., Broad .+.. Bridgetown that comes to all West Indians on ; ~ r Th as Oe h ] , ors Lotion: Blue Essence Ha-r STARMIST
— —-| arrival in the United Kingdom is Laurence Vearwoor ere are many other things Peon, . s for high Lghting
_Wodnpedey, December 10, 1952 ae ae ignorance of the Es r hat certainty ape a wider appeal 1 a Spamy> te qenaition 1 eh
lineencnneiti ' ipso celrsainie ies siheoleen tt Indies. If it were plain leaders has promised that if re- 2d the Football Association Cup * Z THE |_THE_waxpson _ruanmacy ___brosd Ses 7 PHARMACY Broad Street. Tel. 2292
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having got over the shock to their restore the subsidies, The general ‘oday. The firstyround was played r ==
pridd would be ready to forgive mass of responsible opinion is tos on Saturday la that is in many NEW YORK
and forge\ It is when the “bloke” day looking for some way to Ways the m teresting round. ACTOR Robert Montgomery, who once



FEDERATION

nine “ 3} ini he ‘ . |
THE invitation: which has . arrives who “knows” the West abolish the remaining subsidies It is the oné Which all t : “ si-
invitatio rich has been extended Indies, His undle was in Karachi, without throwing too great a little . local 4 get a chance starred in a film called “Unfinished Bu VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE
by the Secretary of State for the Colonies | or was it Calcutta, Soon the burden on the economically weak, against the big professional ones. | ness,” is under attack by some shareholders A Powder applied to the soil and worked and
asking the Government of Barbados to | Imdian sub-Continent is criss- No doubt some scheme of benefits Since the days of David giant |o¢ Macy’s, the- largest department store in| watered in. 8 cents a pound.
ad Se las ae b crossed in every direction and could be worked out but there al- kilérs have always had a popular } LIOUINURE
send representatives to a conference to be | Ceylon, Pakistan, Eastern Pakis- ways remains one snag, Britain is appeal, Of course the little clubs | the world. *



held in London next year will compel the
legislature to debate federation fully and
it is hoped will lead to a clear statement
of Barbados’ position. with regard to fed-
eration, The date of the conference has
not been settled and the subject matter of
the despatch of the Secretary of State to
West Indian governments has not been
published but the legislatures of Jamaica,
Trinidad and the Windward and Leeward
islands have accepted the invitation to the
London conference. The government of
Barbados cannot accept the invitation
until the Legislature has replied to the
Governor’s message on the subject. No
doubt Mr. Adams has been discussing the
subject of federation fully arfd it must be
high on the list of his priorities for debate
in the General Assembly. It is possible that
the General Assembly may discuss federa-
tion before the end of the month, but in
view of the seriousness of the decision
which has to be made the debate may be
postponed until January.

By the end of January, however, both
the General Assembly and the Legislative
Council will have to make up their minds
whether or not to accept the invitation to
London. Should the decision of either one
or both chambers of the legislatures be
confined solely to acceptance or rejection
of the invitation to attend the London con-
ference, much disappointment will be ex-
perienced by all those who regard Bar-
badian failure to make up its mind about
federation as harmful to the interests of
the community.

The Legislature must make up its mind
whether Barbados intends to take part or
not to take part in a British Caribbean
federation. Traditionally Barbadians are
opposed to federation because of self-inter-
est. They have been convinced that Bar-
bados leads other West Indian islands in
many respects and that participation in a
political federation would reduce Barba-
dos’ influence in the British Caribbean
and would lead to lower standards of liv-
ing in Barbados.

The fear of becoming grant aided islands,
of having like the majority of the Wind-
wards and Leewards to look — to
the British Treasury to balance
the annual budget is a healthy fear
based on the soundest British tradi-
tion that political independence goes ill
with financial dependence. Fear of having
to divert present Barbadian revenue to-
wards the upkeep of more backward West
Indian islands is not, however, the only
fear of Barbadians. The representation
proposed for the Federal General Assem-
bly would give the more backward Lee-
wards and Windward islands a greater
voice in the transaction of federal business
than Barbados’. For an island with experi-
ence of more than three hundred years of

representative government the swamping
out by the combined voices of islands
which have lost the representative institu-
tions they formerly possessed might seem
to be a going backwards rather than an
advance towards greater self-government.
This may happen in a political federation
as proposed in the Rance report.

The two traditional Barbadian fears are
real and are not, as is sometimes unkindly
said in Jamaica and in Trinidad, the typi-
cal reaction of a narrow, small island men-
tality, Barbadians have much to lose by
federation: their gains from it are prob-
lematical, What then is the legislature to
do?

Firstly, they must get to grips with the
situation and stop putting off the day of
decision. Every member of the General
Assembly must read and study every line
in the Rance report on Closer Association
and where disagreement with the report
is noted amendments ought to be made.

Every member must be quite clear in
his or her own mind as to whether or not
the closer association recommendations in
the Rance report conform to the true fed-
eral principle and he or she must be quite
certain that federation and not some other
form of closer association, e.g., unitary
government is best suited to West Indian
needs,

If after full consideration of the Rance
report the Legislature of Barbados refuses
to participate in West Indian federation
even though it accepts the Secretary of
State’s invitation to attend the London
conference then each member ought to be
quite happy with regard to the future
development of Barbados, Unless Barbados
comes into federation on the ground floor
its influence in a federation will be lessened.
That is obvious. On the other hand, Bar-
bados has a very strong trump card to play
and could make this island’s entry -into
federation conditional upon the location in
Barbados of the Federal Headquarters. Not
only would the siting of Federal Head-
quarters here result in a greater volume
of employment and revenue for the island
but the actual number of Barbadian repre-
sentatives in the Federal Assembly would
then matter less since all its representa-
tives would be subject to the very active
and highly developed local public opinion,
The logical consequence of ministerial
status is full self-government, Does Barba-
dos want this more than participation in a
self-governing British Caribbean?

The Crown Colony system is doomed to
disappear. We must think seriously about
federation. .

tan and India reduced to the size
of Barbados, If the West Indian
would then stop to think for a
minute he would realise that to
reduce the Indian sub-Continent
to that size the West Indian
islands become non-existent, That
is exactly where they are to the
man in the street in England.
Seeing that the ultimate responsi-
bility for West Indian government
and development both political
and economic resides with the
Members of Parliament elected
by the English electorate, this
lack of appreciation of Colonjal }
affairs reflects no credit to anyone.

Now if the Englishman knows
nothing ef the West Indies, is the
Score on the other side very much
better? I have lived in England
for many years now and met my
many West Indians who have
come to England. Although the
degree of knowledge about
England js by no means negligi-
ble, the statements that are freely
and very often, profusely forth-
coming, show that the West
Indians have much to learn about
England.

To those readers not fortunate
enough to come to the Old Coun-
try and see for themselves, I hope
I will be able to bring some
glimmer of England of today.

It is over a year since the
Conservative have been in power
and that should bé a good mile-
stone by which to pause and
assess the results of their policy.
Unfortunately, the moment at
which this is being written is
the interval between the end of
the Truman Administration and
the advent of ‘the Eisen®ower
Administration. Until the sign-
posts of the Eisenhower Admini-
stration have been put up there
is a big question mark over nearly
every aspect of futuré outlook,
The names of the Cabinet Officers
so far announced do not create
any violent surge of praise and
approval here but in every case
the feeling is—well it could have
been a lot worse and so far only
two of the Taft disciples are on
the list. As a policy of More Trade
is the prayer of all England and
the Republican Party are unlikely
to lower tariff the outlook is not
without gloom. How far the Com-
monwealth Prime Ministers Con-
ference’ will be able to dispel any
of that gloon remains to be seen.
Everyone is hoping for the best
and West Indians should be
pleased to note that they have
come into their own and will have
their own representatives and no
longer will they have to depend
sdlely on the Colonial Office
personnel,

Buyers’ Market
Looking back over the past year
there is no doubt that Sterling is

an industrial country and must are nearly always wiped out. I
export and go on increasing ex- said nearly always since always
ports. In_ certain industries a one or two of the little ones beat
Wages Policy tied to the cost of their big opponents and become
living index is in force, Foodstuffs the local heroes and the toast of
play a large part in factors mak- all lovers of sport. Lovers of sport
ing up the index and any increases is certainly the most apt descrip-
in food prices causes the index tion of the British Public. You in
w yise, The workers at once Barbados must not judge all
demand a corresponding wage in- Englishmen by those that Britain
crease—under existing contracts It exports. The English can only be
can not be denied, even though appreciated in England. West
the worker has received a com- Indians believe that a love of
pensation by less income tax or Sport is West Indian, but how
other concessions, Sir Walter many West Indians would queue
Monkton the present Minister of 36 or more hours in snow or sleet
Labour tried to withhold the to get a ticket for a football match.
wage increases after the last It does not matter how much
Budget but the Trade Unions con- accustomed one is to cold, a tem-
cerned stuck to the literal inter- perature of freezing or below is
pretation of the Contracts and all cold and when there is wet snow
the Wage claims were granted. covering your boots and sleet
Such a reaction must be expected trickling down one’s collar, in the
if the policy of the 1952 Budget pitch black of a Northern night
is repeated and the result can only with a biting wind going through
mean higher prices and particu- any number of layers of clothes,
larly higher export prices. and when not only men but girls,

That is the biggest threat facing old men and old women do that

the whole sterling area to-day, there can be no doubt about the
Both Germany and Japan are grip that sport has upon the
back in the World Markets and natives. I recall Mr. Lessey from
it is obvious that unless one is Point-a-Pierre in Trinidad, tell-

very careful, the appalling com- ing me he was going to a Test
petition of pre-war days will be Match at Lord’s on Thursday.
upon us again. Many here as well That was the Sunday before and

as many throughout the West I enquired if he had his ticket.
Indies will be hoping that some He replied “No, but I shall go
modification of the Geneva Agree- early, about 10 a.m, After all,

ment on Trade and Tariff will en- play does not begin until 11.30
sue from the week’s Common- a.m.” At 5.30 p.m. on the Wed-
wealth Conference, G.A.T.T, as it nesday evening the B.B.C. an-

was signed nounced that there was a queue of
world is far over 400, Around 9 a.m. on Thurs-
Then all pro- day the police stopped any more
and any from joining the queue, It was
discrimination would have been already more than twice the capa-
foolish, Today the dumping of city of Lord's, Nor are Cricket and
cheap Japanese goods would glut Footbali the only sports that have
every market and redice the captured the attention of the
standard of living of all sterling Eritish public. Swimming is one
area countries to the level of the that appeals to all West Indians,
Nipponese peasant, I should ex- but would it appeal to any if
plain that I have no desire to asked to swim across the Sur-
condemn the Japanese to eternal Pentine before breakfast on a
damnation, If the United States Xmas morning. Then it is barely
could be persuaded to open her light, more often than not the ice
markets to us or even to entertain as first to be broken _and the
a realistic appreciation of our pro- Water neither looks nor is clean.
blems then there would be no Motor car racing is popular in
dearth of demand for the products ©Ye!yY country but where outside
of everyone. If, however, the Of Britain would there be a motor
sterling bloc is to be the main Car. race for cars built before
dumping ground for Japanese sur- 1904 Such a race is held annually
pluses and no market for sterling {f°m Hyde Park to Brighton some
exports is to be granted, the pri- mires. Mr. Paul Foster who
mal urge of survival will become S@¥ this year’s race would agree
or must become the n r that travelling on one of those
for the Commonwe machines must be rea
much to hope th
ranks the sterling ar
with one voice and
world to World Co

is commonly called
years ago. Today's
distant from that,
duction was desirable











| torture,



ere is no doukt that what-
Jotn Citizen Bull may lack
her fi 2a his appreciation of
pat 2






paid a
year it is 7s.
shareholders questioned the value of an
actor on the board.

been in the business and professional field
for 30 years.
they are at Macy's service.”

Montgomery.
gab.”

| Truman.

polite message to all:
filed.”
| President £90,000 a year to be its vice-presi-
dent.

They have no fault to find with his per-

formances in films or TV. But they want
him removed as a Macy company director.

Store business is bad. Last year Macy’s
dividend of 15s. 10. a share. This
And at the annual meeting

WHAT, asked shareholder Lewis Gilbert,

does Mr. Montgomery know about merchan-
dising?
Jack L. Straus, said several directors are in
the same position as Mr.
Snapped Mr, Gilbert: “Maybe that’s what's
wrong.”

The president of the board, Mr.

Montgomery.

Said the 6ft., elegantly dressed actor: “I’ve

Whatever my talents may be,

Said a lady shareholder: “Thank you, Mr.
You still have the gift of the



SAYS drama critic "Ward Morehouse:

“The prettiest woman on Broadway at the
moment is Rosemary Harris, of London” (in
Moss Hart’s new play
Eden”).
London.
Penelope Munday, of London.

“The Climate of
The wittiest—Beatrice Lillie, of
Most promising young actress — |

And today a pensive-looking Clair Bloom,

of London, is the cover girl of a national,
news Magazine.

JOB OFFERS are pouring in on President.
The White House sends the same |
“Your letter has been,
A hat firm in Texas would pay the

* * *
EIGHTEEN frigates and 50 landing craft

are to be lease-lent to Japan to train a new
naval arm against possible Communist ag-
gression. The ships include some lease-lent
by America to Russia in world war two.

* *

PITY the lot of the drive-in theatre

operator in winter, when snow sweeps his
outdoor cinema and he has to close down.

But the owner of a drive-in outside

Washington announces that his ushers are

would have as its object
prehensive policy of o
in which commerce
perly regulated





ae
o



much stronger and that financial- sh«

ly we are much better. There is
elso a further change in that in
most commodities there is now a
Buyer’s Market and that has tend-
ed to force down prices, There is
one big exception and that is food

There prices are rising and the

trends continue to pojat upwards
This
most acute problem facing Britain
as a nation today. The Socialists
would subsidise food in order to
keep down costs. In his last
Budget the Tory Chancellor of the
Exchequer, Mr. Butler cut the
subsidies by half and reduced

the Socialists were highly critical
of that action 1 not one of not cone of their



is perhaps the biggest and in

Yet I
pression
opinion t
was acutel)

mic ills that



beset us, bu t

had
no knowledge of Geography. His
knowledge of economics no



more enlightened t
ledge of geograr

1 his Anow-
West



80

mics is less than that of

bir Geography.










West Indiz:n org
was such 2 big 5
“ oer is

in Exgiand.
the fact that the
plaped so sttrac-
much to
to British

aplarise their home-
any must feel a need
aa] publicity

Barbedian has recently
ved what surely must be a
Indian record. She is Mrs.
Sullivan an ex-Mistress
Michael's Girls’ School and

West
Deighton
of St
has become a mother two months
after gaining her B.A. at the
Income Tax to compensate the Indians need not feel too depress- University of London. Congrats
increased cost of living. Although ed if their appreciation of econo- twice

*“The a. Few"
and Carter, 25s.

(Hollis

Is Weather To Blame For

Is Soviet suspicion of foreigners
and distrust of the West due.to

Russias extraordinary country-
side and climate?
Sir David Kelly, British Am-

ba:sador in Moscow from 1949 ta
195i, puts forward this unusual
theory in a fascinating book of
diplomatic reminiscences, out
today.*

Endless Steppes

For generations there nas been
working on the Ru&sian charac-
ter what he calls “the influence
of the endless featureless land

.. endless steppes “or forests
merging into the tundras of Sibe-
ria, so that in winter a man could
travel on a sleigh from the Baltic
to the Pacific with no obstacle but
the Urals.....

“Instead of the feudal castle
and the family farm, there were
log huts, for ever being burned
down, and every stranger was
presumed to be an enemy. “The
climate tells the same tale......
long, terrible Russian winter.....
shert, hot Russian summer; a
climate of extremes,

“All these geographical and
climatic features stand out in the
Russian character. . inherent
instability, abnormal. ‘suspicion of
foreigners, the absence of any
true sense of form or limits:
Above all, the habit of rushing
violently from one extreme to an=
ether. ...periodically pulling up
the roots and starting afresh,

On the astonishing way. in
which Russia claims credit for
discoveries (from penicillin
through jet engines, ‘steamboats,
radic and radar to the discovery
of the South Pole), Sir David has

this to say:—
“It proves the existence ‘of an
enormous sense of inferiority

which the authorities feel must
be dealt with on a large scale.
Ani it shows to what a point
(they) rely on the simplicity and
isolation of their audience..

This national inferiority com-
plex causes Russia ‘to “play out”



other countriés for imagined
diplomatic slights
Example: Moscow would not

say whether Sir
appointment as ambassador was
approved — (a © decision ae
given in a week or two) for 53
days,

_ ‘lhis wag exactly the same time
it hag taken London to agree on

David Kelly's

By James Leasor

accepting Zarubin as Soviet Am-
bassador to Britain — a delay due
to his havimg been involved in the
Canadian spy trials,
So Sinister

When Sir David, with his wife,
her Swiss secretary, a Belgian
chef, an English butler, and the
family Saluki dog arrived in Mos-
cow he found the diplomatic
community virtually isolated from
everyone else,

Ou his first visit, as an under-

graduate in 1913, he had “wan-
dered in” to the Kremlin “with
a crowd of sightseers.” Now the

place was a fortress, and dipio-
mats were forbidden to travel
through “very large areas of the
country.”

Even the 100 or so privileged
Russians — professors, journalists,
ballerinas — who had in quite
recent years been allowed to ac-
cept invitations to foreign em-
bassies had been warned off.

A hundred invitations might go
to Russian guests for a party to
celebrate some national day in an
embassy, but only “a maximum
of 20 would be allowed to attend,
consisting almost entirely of
efficials of the Ministry of For-
eign Affairs and Forces repre-
sentatives,”

Tunis policy of isolation was so
successful that when a Russian
did show signs of becoming
friendly it was assumed it was
for some sinister motive.

Cockroaches eas
Th ere were few y other chances

Our Readers Say:

Theatre And Church

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I see that in your Eve-
ming Advocate of December 8th.,
“Pensant” advocates the building
of a Theatre for Barbados.

Instead of a Theatre why not a
bigger and better Church?

Think of men dying and their
souls going the way of destruc-
tion a B.D.D.E

Road Repairs

SIR,—Please allow me
your paper to appeal

space in
the Road

of meeting people. Many day-to-
day necessities (including theatre
and train tickets, and most do-
mestic affairs, but not food)
coulg be obtained only through
a Government department calied
Burobin,

This even dealt with such mat-
ters as the elimination of cock~
roaches. On this subject one of
Sir David's colleagues had a long
correspondence which went to
“high level.”

Burobin ended it by telling him
firrniy that there were two kinds
of cockroaches; one kind that
could be eliminated, and one
kind that could not, His, unfor-
tunately, belonged to the latter

class, vs
His Shadow

Sir David was constantly tailed
by policemen “(some uniformed,
some in plain clothes). They fol-
lowed him to the theatre and re-
ceptions; sat in the next com-
partment when he travelled by
train; waited outside the em-
bassy while he was inside.

When he protested he was told:
“We have to guard the ambassa~<
dor. Of course, you do the same

for the Soviet Ambassador in
England.”
It is interesting to note that

when the Earl of Carlisle arrived
in Moscow on a mission to the
(zar as far back as 1662, he com~

plained that he was continually
followed by a member of the
Strelzi- He was told that this

was “to protect him.”

This, Dr. David feels, suggests
that in some ways the Soviet
regime has reverted to the age
before Peter the Great partially
Westernised Russia, —L-E.S.



Board to have something done to
the present condition of Clevedale
Road.

Since the track was dug across
this road and pipes were installed,

we were get'ins a few hard show-
ers of a‘ hich has caused the
refilling + she track to sink
greatly, Kindly ask you to pay

this road a visit and see what you
can do to better conditions for the

residents who have to travel in
and out. Thanking you in an-
ticipation

HALDANE JOHNSON.
i

going to be armed with gloves, mufflers, and
snow ploughs. Spectators can sit snugly in
their heated cars. The pictures will go on

while cold winds howl.

*~ *

JUDGE Willis Ritter arrested postmaster
David Trevithick, of Salt Lake City, Utah

(pop. 182,000), and 25 of his postmen.

Their lift carrying mail to a sorting room
creaked and crashed so loudly past the court-
room that witnesses could not hear ques-

tions.

The postmen (motto: “The mail must .go

through”’)
Honour.

ignored warnings
He kept them waiting for hours

from His

lectured them, and dismissed them after a
warning that they would be arrested again

at the first creak.

* * *
RUSSIAN delegates to UNO have been
describing their country’s postwar recovery.

Production is up 13 times.
has increased 83 per cent.

National income

Since Russia is getting so rich, retorts U.S.
Senator Alexander Wiley, she should pay

more towards UNO’s upkeep.

When the

organisation was formed the Soviet was let
off with 9.85 per cent. of the annual cost

because she pleaded war
America was soaked 36.9 per cent.

devastation.

Senator Wiley, who will be a powerful
figure in the new Eisenhower Congress, says
the legislators are getting tired of taxing
jheir people for so much while Russians

pay so little.

* *

*
DRINKERS who take only two highballs
a day are on the way to becoming alcoholics.

warns psychiatrist Howard Masters.

They

are pushed over the line between modera-
tion and excess by unexpected strains in

their lives and inability to face a crisis.

* ~*~ *
BROADWAY'S “British Season” has ex

tended to cinemas. Doing good business after
bright reviews by the critics—Alec Guinness

in “The Promoter,” John Grierson’s gallan
coal pit drama “The Brave Don’t Cry,”
the brilliant “Sound Barrier,”

{

and
which may

well become a candidate for an American
Film Academy award. Joining them to-day

is “Angel Street”

with Diana Wynard,

Robert Newton, Anton Walbrook, and Cath-

leen Cordell.

2 Et.

* * *
TACTFULLY, Hollywood has named the
new leading man for actress Lana Turner in

her next picture “Latin Lovers.”
cardo Montalban.

He is Ri-

Her leading man in “The Merry Widow”
was the Argentine actor, Fernando Lamas
Before that picture Lamas divorced Senora
Lamas and for months was Lana’s constant

companion.
be married.
The studio takes pains to say

But now they are not going to

that Miss

Turner had no part in the change of leading

imen,



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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1952 :
WED) _DECEMBEI BARBADOS ADVOCATE eee





ANNUAL EXHIBITION OPENS TODAY













j : ed
Aga "_ P k 6 il - $ : ‘
( Jue ers ar Gai V READY FOR THE sHew Seout Notes
. ee
+
Dee t j I E t Dt. Warcnaer—South
ora e¢ or ven - Loca mossveimuon
mm er rhe di WuCiatimovu L. vA
Ex} repo the one hundred and second Annual Industrial ban yune) neia a
“xhibition opens at Queen’s Park, Many thousands of ee. Cee Sete tee He h ain i. 50 ds!
Barbadians who were prepared for the big event last Week ar Sovemoes,, wane Gee aw To ease the strain in IO) seconds.
are aay JOOKINg lorward to good weather. ee ee | THEN choking Asthma makes vou
tt liowing Warrants were fone woe ee eee
Ve l Queen's Park yesterday was ex- — = Siaroup Aachen aliiee | Ww cae = va wae oo
i tremely busy. Clerks carpenters, CC, 4 tterson), 2 Scoucmaste { a Slipped in the mouth cases the
wo esse s and labourers were assembling n. A. sealy, R. D. Eagnill) strain quickly and effectively. Remem-

Cubmasters (D. Green, J M
u e) and Assistant Lady Cub-
naster (Miss S. G. Skinner). The

Bri F, it Stalls for Bridgetown firms who ber, it is this strarn on the system which
ing ruil have booths at this year’s Exhi- constitutes the biggest danger from

bition.

—






; t !
A 1 The number of stalls this year registration Certificate for the new Asthma
Z ne ; sOpr is nearly double that of last year. Troop, 8th St. Michael’ (A.M.E Ephazone contains several healing
Stalls are gaily decorated and the Cauren) was also presented, | agents which dissolve the strangliag,
The arrival of the motor vessels ?!82U"8 equipment is well ; f e anes 4 gy a part of | germ-laden accumulations in the
wrranged the Southern Scout Area, is as
Lady Joy and Daerwoed increased ®'T@aneed. fea : > . . bronchial tubes, and in this way promotes easy, normal breathin,
the activity on the waterfront ve One or two booths were being follow From Trafalgar Square The Ep! ‘ wid &
terday. Both vessels arrived fr stocked yesterday but the majority ! wn, along Highway 7 je Sphazone oe is so simple too! Nothing to inject
: a (B Street) to Worthing, ‘then nothing to inhale. No mattee how swiftly or unexpectedly the

St. Lucia y

will complete work early today.



mixed cargo for the













intassel. The small lawn opposite the Lake forth along Rendezvous Road attack comes, there is always time to check Asthma with Ephazone
The Lady Joy whi rrived’on 24s been _ taken over by th Pag oy . . ss ae nf fF aagee nile os For rapid relief from Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronchial Catarrh
‘ tesy Jarage ‘ron a > i across to § arna is
Monday venin ight copra c i C Be Fr m early Pr 1tt. Hall to its always keep a supply of Ephazone tablets handy !
and fresh fru teultural equip- t sien” & 11 ig ‘4
storie’ the Dae being arranged : ae
rive at daybreak ye 1e pens for cows, pigs, sheep through Rouen, My Lord's “Hil FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE
y Sistah sche te inate toe awemad “amhes ve Iche ; owen rete pa c «: = a
+} : yt tarpaulins which will protect me ee tee ng a ’ y
« sadosy Co-Oper- ‘ = square, The perimeter is ten r .
etor nd 40 drums animals from both sun and rain ' m . vee s ” oe ; ‘ - an
of ‘cocoanut oil Bo Weksele: Anh The Queen’s Park Playing Fie'd 7 tal eee Mi a ideret he
consigned to the Schooner Ownasy which was flooded after last week’ QUEEN'S PARK was yesterday being made ready for the one hundrad and second Annual Industrial py “ ‘ond St. Mioh, i. , St in } Sold by all registered chemists, If any difficulty, write tes
Asiocintion . rain has hardened up Exhibition which opens today. Here agricultural equipment is being arranged at a site opposite the sae ot "Sr i St Mi eal rat | ae oe po LTO,
s ation, Site, sales midday . yoxrbir~ lake. Sea Scouts), 3rd St. Michael (St 0. Box 403, Bridgetown,
is a a * a ‘ ‘ la as g P > y » | EBB wem Cn ee
RICE SHIPMENT day exhibits of canes and flower ow a ioe wir = Sehanece ay
r were brought into the Park. Al- §7° JOSEPII l ip. ein? ; ha ogee A by
Mans. not’ tn tie teins JOSEPH ROUND-UP: Patrick’s R.C.), 7th St.. Michae

A shipment of 2,000 bags of
rice arrived in the colony at day-



1 . > .
eanes, considering the long dry Deéenied A Rogue Pine Hill Cub Pack) and the new
’ Ss rb * rac 1 are,
. } on board the ‘hooner Pero 1 this year, looked verv uNe iy i I 10D nig seas d a
ee , ‘ u sci t . th st of Nove or t
Franklyn D. R. which came from wey, Perper a ‘ ishi At Bathsheba And \ agabond Michael (A.M e Church) or
sritisl 7 D o late last nigh peonle : « : ne : a , 43) re
: The. a also brought were still working on the variou His Worship Mr, G, B, Griffith I Local Association is charge:
ment of 500. bage of charcoal, stalls
20 tons of firewood and a large
quantity of greenheart. Captain

L. H. Sealy is in command of th Face Lifting For











FASCINATING
FITNESS When you buy Aertex Mesh you

buy for yourself the sparkling good looks

Police Magistrate of Dis- With the welfare, encouragement

\
" trict * ‘A” yesterday fined 46- &?4 maintenance of Seouting |

e OW sua tan ar year-cld Fitzgerald) Haynes of W!thin its boundaries, It carries |
Westbury Road. St. Michae! 40/- ©Ul these functions with the least

to b> paid in 14 days or one P ssible interference with the in-

}

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sI







FISHING at Bathsheba this year, and especially within










schooner which is consigned to the month’s imprisonment for being pendence and initiative of the that go hand in hand with fitness and
; : month's ner ng . a
Schooner Owners’ Association, ‘mye init 06 the last few weeks, has not Been as good as it was last year, jn q store in Swan Street with 5°oUt Groups.
. . . * - BS oes nk att ‘ 5 > 1 sal . ° ; -¢C ‘
SCHOONER ARRIVES I rinecess Alice Mr. W. Ramsay, engineer and caretaker of the Government the intention of stewing , Among other things, the Local | comfort. These well-cut, so washable
. tractor at Tent’s Bay told the Advocate yesterday. He said Haynes was deemed a rogue ociation recomme nds the issue | blouses are fashioned in Aertex fabric
The pavilion at the Princess Kak ldat Gear's catches. Pp ao vino fis) sn Met ‘ vagabond Th eo und withdrawal of Warrants, the |
Ms eee) aos eben ee that last year’s catches, both of red fish and flying fish wer¢ , istration of Grouha the grant ae ral
other arrival y ay WaS Alice Playing. field will get perhaps exceptional, but this year it has been the other way, “@s committed on December 8 istré of Groups, the grant- | with the wonder weave specially
the 52 ton schooner Cloudia S. «face lift’ during the next few s ++ : aa a — 7 ees 1 Pelice Constable Springer of , of Decorations and Awards for | ; ;
which came from St. Vincent with weeks Over the last few weeks fishing scrubber at District ‘F Pe the Criminal nvestiuation De- bravery, good service and pro- | designed for measured ventilation.
general cargo for the . Phi te ., Was reduced to a minimum as a Station and one to Detective Tu ? ale vat 5 ency; the supervision of Grout
PR i aad ten tn ‘ Three painters started work result of rough seas- Boats had The dogs attacked the sheep Fartment told the court that wy tad : a ay You feel warm in the cold and cool
The gehooner’also brou © there on Monday, and yesterday ‘ es To a > \ P while he was in a store in Swan ‘nance, the formation of Group
ssengers to the The mas- . : ¥ to be hauled up and yesterday about midnight Next morning “ 7 mmittees, and assists the Co
passe wo ae He mas~ they were scraping the building iN ajthough the sea was not as rough the remains of the sheep were reet on Decemb 8 he saw wml - assists the m

ter of the Scho
E. Lewis, Local

is .Captain
ents are the

ioner in fulfilling his func

preparation for the first coat of as last week, only three boats found where they had been tied. Hiaynes. He watched Haynes for
3 A by helping to provide facili-

paint ventured out. After killing the five sheep at Some time and Haynes did not






























































Schooner Owners’ ociation. will be closed to Bissex Hill. the wild dogs went oto a co artte ats ‘ ae training of Scouts and
oe .OTAT during these Tfre- When the sea off Trent’s Bay to Ridge road and killed more e aske aynes what he was »°? Ss. .
ns ie eee was at its roughest last week, a sheep doing in the store and Haynes Members of the L.A. is open t
T BoSkoop brought a large fishing boat owned by Evans". People of the district say that did not reply. pirents ae guardians ioe ° outs,
} ‘ Ar dry Forde overturned and was dam- attacks by wild dogs happen an- At Central Station a search Scvuters, and persons interested in
qua of cargo f 1 AI rdam eg
rhis cargo included 1,000 carto:s aged. Two floor boards were nually about this time of the showed tnat Haynes had no the scout movement. Owing to
of beer, 600 b of potatoes, 150 broken and part of the hull was yesr, People believe that the money on him. their knowledge and experience
bags of onions, 57 cases of sauaa damaged That dey ten boats dogs came from Cattle Wash and Poli Constable Yearwood told laymen can give invaluable help
37 case of moked bacon, 30 SEES went out Their cetch was no Bathsheba and that the dogs are the court that Haynes had six and guidance in meeting th
of har 19 ae ee eee e rN. more than 12 to 18 fiying fish alsatians owned by people on ponvictions for larcen problems of the area
0 porte ome cere : ae Pottery Trade ; holiday at the seaside houses in ‘ The Prevident of the L. A. is Mi
a foe eee ee 7 Mr. Ramsay said that when thoce districts — " J, Cole’. J.P... the Honbraty.|
a ee ee Increases fish are scarce off Bathsheba Secretary, Mr. C. B. Long, and the
abbages + ‘ ' ei > > —— . . ' of
The Boskoop ider the com- " “ fishermen usually sail to town POOR RELIEF SCHEME New Boats Assistant Commissioner, Capt, R
: wennyar ae) Us : i ae With the Christmas season just and fish off Carlisle Bay. A num- 5 - A. Sealy
mand of Captain W. Bahr and its g fortnight away the site of the ber of fishermen from Bathsheba | Under the Poor Relief scheme ny ) B ‘. Li unched hf wen pan
local agents are S, P. Musson, Son pottery trade near the Victoria are at present fishing off the city va oa reas eee whose € e La ST. GILES SPEECH DAY
& Co. Ltd. Bridge is gradually extending. The beaches, vusbands are deac are given we . }
Sen Nee aS cee ai : He s hat the sea off Bath- regular help with clothes etc. The new Calvert fishing boats The Annual Speech and Prize
reason is that as the Christma e said that the sea d ; Giving Day of the St. Giles Boys’ e
season. approaches, purchases in- sheba is generally. rough at this for their children. In most of are to be launched within a few @ h 1 ill be hel { day ‘th |
Fil Cl ° { On creased almost daily and wider time of the year. Fishermen make Spat cnets, (there are abou six) weeks. Several of them have been of ap Y . a d to-day at the
] m 11e 4 Y ‘ Me e satches satween March and the deac men are fishermen. moved from ine Fishery Ex- 5cho at 2 p.m. o
varieties of pottery are put on a best catches between 8 : bs’ a ; x 2 i F.C. Huts MLC iN
F : July Such assistance is given until perimental Grounds on the reef to on. F.C, utson, “LC, will}
show. vs dr j £ . . izes
+ : . ‘ binene ¢ seating the children reach an age of 14, between the Princess Alice distribute the prizes
ill T 7 Normally only flower pots and . When Mr. Ramsay is operating , oo ae aia ee 4° & Spot. between : ;
p gs were I e ; recently the tractor hauling up boats ha The Parochial Treasuret St, Playing Field and the Fishery | P ‘ ’ B 2°
x00€ Wi our ae - ih gpd sa Meee tae drives the tractor along a path- Joseph told the Advocate yes- Office. They will be launched from APPOINTED resentation OXeS O
M ‘ i tt added ™ : ela way about twenty yards from the terday — ey are 156 aa this spot The appointment of Mr. J, M
Making a goodwill tour of the 4¢ceq. beach. This pathway is badly in sioners, 66 casual pensioners anc Two of the boats are on the Reef Me Carty Assessor for the parish Ch l »e
Caribbean to see his distrib itor dtteadiens need of repair and when rain 29 inmates at the almshouse. perch quite close to the sea, M of St. Joseph was confirmed by oco ates
is Mr. I ton V. Ritchey, Presi- w _ falls people who use it to get ta ual pensions are usually given | f the boats have been named, the Vestry of that parish on |
ppg bod Mono: rane. Decne anal Fish Plentiful the beach find it almost impass- to some people who are tem numbered and painted in the col- Monday | e
Corporation of New York City. ible, Many people have fallen oo at ible to wot : aug to ours to suit the owners Mr. Mc Carty was appointed |
He arrived here yesterday A nae” & acre laa > upon the slippery path after rain, liness ney are eguiarly ex ; last ye Or » year's bt |
" aes ae t midday terday there were UF pI I é I ; yea 1 one year's probation, | a ‘i
morning by B.W.I.A, from Trini- Flying Ash on sale in the market, Mr. Ramsay thinks a solid road amined by the doctor to se¢ - | Cadbury Chocolates .. ; $1.50 8.50
dad -accompanied by his wife nearby residents and fish sellers Should be constructed along the wheher they are still deserving rr oss 1 F | Sa
ond will be here for a short stay are abies te a their require- path the tractor has to travel. of pensions, Two Injur eC In Touch With Barbados Fry Chocolates .......... ‘ fark 1.32, — 10.00
sa guest at the Ocean View Pant Aitic ; ae a i
af a, i 1 ue ments W ithout difficulty, When the tractor first went to 7 . y Everton Bancroft of Superland, Coastal Station Rowntrae Chocolates . 4 aaa 1.32 — 10.00 |
ar and Mrs Ritchey were Few people were seen at the the area, stones were put along Meeting I ostponed St. Philip and Reynold Mason of : a i eae ae ¥ Ye
ary ns eae cee seen stalls in the market, the pathway, but these did not : Palmers Land, St, John were de- with the following ships through thelr MOIRS Happiness, Luxury, Pot of Gold
fen ir "Di € ot r of Caribbean and butchers played games of Jast long. There is a drain near- The quarterly General Meet- taineq at the General Hospital on ! « Coast Station
anagir ATeClOr ‘ “ draughts, dominoes and cards by and if this is widened, less jing of the Chamber of Com- y afte n after tl ere Tindra, s.8. Aslaug Rogenas, #8 .
t an rs. Gittens ee , , ". Monday afternoon after they were jv anches, ss. Sagoland, #.s, Berge : i : ‘Cc i ‘HE Es 3
and ace during their spare time. water would settle after heavy merce will now be held in inyoly an accident with a Avisnunes: ss: Begcend,'s.s.. Berge Special effer: MARASCHINO CHERRIES 3.60 ilb. box
*» vane fas : rain, January next year. The date te Hill, St- Philip to Essi, s N King, 6.5. |
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ram had released a number of , DOGS KILL SHEEP ; ; ; . wit ‘ Ora #8, Rio
; : 3 - ee: It was originally decided that Mason was riding a bicycle with]; i eeantin > ee cae
ie = rt “oat Tortie % altos ORDINATION AT Two weeks ago dogs killed a the meeting would be held to-day, Bancroft on the bar The olytrader ‘ Fenheim, 8.9, } 9
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Noyes which was extremely The Closing Session of the An-| €d De‘onged to Milly Lar’ 2 re SS a ao aay, a pr cAnietes Meemeedl “».8.. kins | }
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of the First Class Clerk ($1,920-
2,400) and that of a Senior Clerk
($2,400-2,880) in Trinidad

With the exception of few
posts for which I have recom-
mended regrading for specific

reasons I have made no provision
for revision of salaries, as in my
opinion they are adequate both
from a comparison with the Trini-
dad salaries’ and with salaries
paid by leading commercial firms
in Barbados.

Long Grade Clerks—
$480—2,160

15. I am fully aware that the
reason for fixing.the maximum of
this grade at $2,160 was for the
purpose of enabling an officer,
who failed to obtain promotion, to
receive a fairly high salary to
live in some moderate comfort

I am of the opinion, however,
that the maximum is too high
for ordinary clericaj duties; for
that reason I had contemplated
making a‘recommendation that the
maximum should be reduced to
$1,680 and that a new grade of
clerkship at $1,800-2,400 should be
introduced, I discussed the tenta-
tive proposal with delegates of the
Civil Service Association who
were not in favour of the change
They assured me they were urg-
ing Government to introduce a
system of examination by the

blic Service Commission for
the passing of bars which in the
past were easily overcome In
view of that assurance I do not
propose to recommend the reduc-
tion in the maximum, I cannot,
however, support the Associa~
tion’s request that the maximum
should be increased to $2,520. 1
have suggested that the’ minimum

should be increased from $480
to $660 ($600 requested by the
Association) which would b®

more in line with the commencing
salaries paid to juniors by com-
mercial firms.

Under the present scale an offi-
cer would ordinarily take 22 years
before the maximum is reached.
I endorse the Association's view
that the period is too long,
accordingly recommend the fol-
lowing Seale which would enable
an officer to reach his maximum
in the 16th year:
660; 660 — 840 x

1,296 x 96 — 1,680 (E.B.)

1,872. x 96 — 2,160.

Steno-Typists—480 x 48
—1,200
16. Stenot¥pists are all paid at
the rate of $480 x 48 — 1,200; in



— 1,128 (E.B.)



whether less would be
requirea
(A) Secretaries
From the contidential returns
ubmitted to me by the Commer-
cial Houses in Barbados and a
comparison with the salary scale
in Trinidad I am satisfied that a
salary of $888 x 72 — 1,392 x 96
2,160 would be fair remuneration
and that appointments to thi
grade should be subject to the
following qualifications:—

Shorthand Speed
Probationer $;20—-80 words per
minute

nore or

Typing Speed
words per minute.
Shorthand Speed
Promouon to 9boo0—z,160,
words per minute
Typing Speed
50 words per miunwe.
(B) TYPISTS
A salary seale of $624x48—1,200
is recommended.

Clerks—480 x 48—1,200

17. At present there are 15 Clerks
in this group, 3 of whom are
Market Clerks. I have placed the
Market Clerks in the scale $624%
48—1,200.

For the remaining 12 clerks I
propose a salary scale of $624 x 43
1,008 x 72 = 1,440; they are
principally women clerks against
whom I regret to say there appears
to be.discrimination in the Barba-
dos Civil Service. No révornmend-
ation which I may make against
such discrimination will be of any
avail as I have been made to un-
derstand that there is an agree-
ment between the Administration
and the Civil Service Association
whereby, owing to scarcity of ern-
ployment for men in Barbados,
only men are admittéd to the long
grade clerkships, few exceptions
being miadé in the case of women
clerks with very long service.

I have examined some of the
work performed by these clerks
at the General Hospital and at the

45

100

fhat the present moximum salar-
ies should be upgraded but not by
any means to the extent of the
very high salaries paid to long
grade clerks. A maximum of
$1,440 together with the cost of
living allowance woul. be ade
auate for the duties performed
Police

18. In order that the genera!
position of the Police Force in Bar-
bados vis-a-vis the Police Force






In view of the difference r pector and Inspectors in Barbados {x harge Nurse on the scale of and Ward Sis ii Bata uk
eter ll a oo of iper- - ild be the same as those in $864 to $1,200, which would reduce $528—864
nts i fbhados an in inidad » differen je . J
Trinidad, it catinot be expected The fc ng are my recom. , _ ae ts i = te Messengers
that the ¢alaries of the Chief In- mendations for the Ft ee ras re rae Ne 21 There are 4Z2 Messengers on |
would approximate the Trinidad ihe scale $384x48—720. |
a ark e ini Seale before the recent regrading. The Trinidad tstablishment is
7 _— oe The salary scale for Start Nurses es under; :
: Sale C/Living Total
Chief Inspector Proposed Salary 2,520 3,120 /
($2,160) Present House Alice 275 — $ — en No.
C/Living Alice 156 48
omeia naadbsadiaas Grade I as 780—960 31—43 811—1,003 10
$2,951 $3,168 te Il 600—780 24—31 624— + 811 45
ad iene Grade III 480—600 19—24 499— 624 124
Irispector Proposed Salary 1,800x120—2,400 2,520—3,000 T79
($1,560%72 Present House Allce, 250 250 i
— 1,920) C/Living Alice 156 156 48— 48 —
$2,206 2,806 $2,568-—3 048 I have recotmmended that the Barbados Establishment should be
ncenetsandateanss sate as undet:—~
i 5 \ q C/Living Total
Station Sergeants Proposed Salary 1,512x72—1,800 No compar-
($1,200x72 C/Living Allee 156 158 able rank * a neha eae No.
—1,488)
¢ Grade f 7120-864 114=125 834—989 9
Ce Grade Il 490-720 96—114 576-834 33
Serveants Proposed Salary $1,844x72—1,560 1,680 ‘ ae
(1,104%48 C/Living Allee 151 156 43 aie routes 42
—1,248) tates ’
$1,495 1716 $1,723 22. There are a number of the future on the understanding that
ase a Aah - ne b wits alified teacher at present in
Corvorals Proposed Salary 1,152x48—1,344 1,440 Shorten aaaien id employees at cae aenvtee on appointment as a
rae C/Living Allce 142 151 43 | am of the opinion that it is Head Teacher would enter the
ene? $1 294 1.495 $1,483 impossible with any degree of scale on the basis of existing ¢
* sabdecaasiiaiined saniadhiens accuracy for anyone to determine ee oo ar as es
st 8 Proposed Salar $ 720x48—1,152 840—1,248 What should be the difference be- ant Teacher plus the prescribed
conseaants cytiving Allee’ ' 114 142 34 39 tween the minimum and maexi- percentage) or on the minimum ol
—960) ) , ut... Mum of these posts and those of ithe new seale if the salary plus
$ 834 1.994 $874-1,286 a messenger. I have accordingly percentage addition was less than
a —— em grouped all these employees in the the minimum. I have continued
seale of salary recommended for the practice of having different
The Police and Fire Brigade Officers although it wilh be seen a Grade II messenger, viz. $480— scales of salaries for men and

Association recommended the
ibolition of the post of Chief In-
pector to be substituted by an
Inspector and the abolition of the
posts of Station Sergeants to be
substituted by Sergeants. The
Commissioner of Police does not
support the recornmendation and I
share the Commissioner's views.

Fire Brigade And _ Prisons

19. I have followed the cus-
tomary procédure in Barbados of
adopting the Police Scales for the
Fite Brigade staff and for Prison

i Public Library and I am satisfied Matron—General Hospital

Matron—Mental Hospital

Asst. Matron—General Hospital
Asst. Matron—Mental Hospital
Radiographers

Sisters

The Charge Nurses in Trinidad
were in receipt of salaries at the
rate of $840—1,248 until recently

certain departments an allowance iti Trinidad may be fully appreci- nan they were regraded at $900

of $240 is. paid to those who act
as confidential secretaries. I have
been informed that generally
many do mo stenography at all,
as some Heads of Departments
prefer-to draft their minutes and
reports, In the circumstances I
recommend that this group (44 in
number) should be divided into
two categories:—
(A) cretarles 10
(B) Typists 34
From discussions which I have
had I am of the opinion that the
number of secretaries could be
limited to 10 but it would be for
the administration to decide





a

ated, I set out hereunder the
senior posts of both colonies:—

Commissioner (Previously $5,040)

Deputy Commissioner (Previously
($3,840) .. é ‘ mA

Asst. Commissioner vf

Superintendents (Previously
$2,880-—-$3, 466)

Asst. Superintendents

Ghiet Inspector

Inspectors
Sub-Inspectors

Barbados Trinidad
$ $
6.240 7,200
4,560 6,240
- 5,280-—-5,760
3,120—3,840 4,320-—5,280
-- 2,880—4,320

2,160 with house
alice. of $275
1,660—-1,920

8,120
2,520—-3,000
2,280—2,520



BARBADOS ADVOCATE















from the Appendices that salaries
for Prison Officers in Trinidad are
less than those paid in the Police
Force
Nursing Staff

20. For Sisters and Charge
Nurses I have recommended maxi-
mma lower than those fixed for simi-
lar posts in Trinidad as the sal-
aries under the Turner Commit-
tee’s Report for Matrons and
Assistant Matrons were lower than
those in force in Trinidad as the
comparative statement will show:

Barbados Trinidad
$ $
2,880 3,600—4,320
(Recently re-
graded from
3,600—4,080)
2,880 3,120-—3,840
(2,484—3,204)
1,680—2,160 2,400—2,880

2,400—2,880
2,400—2,880
2,160—2,400

1,920—2,400
1,440—1,584
do.

to 1,680.
Staff

dad were

two grade

saiaries in Trini-
regraded from

nurses’
recently

(i) $540—600 (ii) $600-——840 to
$540—960 with the condition that
only those qualified in midwifery
should proceed beyond $720.

In view of the difference be-
tween the salaries of the Senior,
Nursing Staff in Barbados anc
Trinidad, I have recommended that
the salaries of Sisters and Radio-
graphers in Batbados should be on
the scale $1,512—-1,800.

The differénce between the pres-
ent minimum of a Sister ($1,440)
and the present maximum of a
Charge Nurse ($960) is $480. I
atn proposing a maximum of $1,200



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23. My recommendations in con-
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of men teachers on the scale $480
+1,320 and women teachers on the
Seale of $334-1,092 and the varia-
tion in incremental rates fo
women teachers I have made no
recommendations for any increase
of salaries as I consider the pres-
ent rates adequate. The Associa-
tion has requested that Senior As-
sistant Teachers in Elementary
Schoels should be granted a pen-
sionable allowance of $120 per
annum and that they be required
to assist their Head Teachers with
their clerical duties.

Such an allowance at the rate of
$48 per annum was paid in Trini-

dad but was abolished. I under-
stand, however, that it is being
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1953.

I am-not, however
recommend the
allowance,

(B) Head Teachers

Head Teachers are paid the
salary scales of Qualified Teachers
with a percentage addition
cording to the grade of school
which they are appointed. This
method of payment leads to many
anomalies and in many instance;
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the responsibilities of the post.

I have therefore recommende |
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prepared
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women teachers.

I have made no recommenda- |

of scales for
or Graduates

tions for . variations
Honour Graduates
who may be appointed as Head
Teachers of Elementary _ Schools
who shéuld remain subject to the
present arrangements as I am of
the opinion that the appointment
of graduates as Head Teachers of
Elementary Schools is an tinjusti-
flable expenditure.

I am aware that it is only i
exceptional circumstances that the
Governor in Executive Committec
mdy approve of the payment of
graduate salaries to teachers
Elementary Schools,

Under the existing
a Head Teacher who has served
satisfactorily for 20 years as a
Head Teacher in a Grade I or &
Grade II school is eligible for aa
allowance of 5% of the salary for
which he qualified in the teachers’
scale, the maximum of which is
$2,160. The additional allowance
under this regulation
recommend therefore that any
such teacher should on completion
of* 20 years’ service be granted

a personal allowance of $108 per |
The Association has re- |
commended that the allowance for |

annum,

a certificate or diploma of teach-
ing of $216 for an Honours Gradu-
ate or Graduate should be in-

+3 ¢reased to $240. I do not support

the request.

(C) Teachers at the
Industrial Schools
The Chief Matron and Schoo
Mistress has complained that her
dssistant is on a higher scale of
salary and thus an anomaly has
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ADVOCATE PAGI SEVEN
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$ be 1% ‘ ~~ ‘ mong urs: %
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at @ From Page 6 i Be low is a om parative statement showing the wages paid in Turner Comn ittee the Colonial Force vised owing to the x x
@fisen. The Chief Matron and the — e Service and those outside the Service:— Postmaster’s salary was increased continu rise in cost of living Spe re 4 ‘ > >
‘Asst. Matron are paid accord . (3) | 7 from $4,320 to $9,280 Cost of living allowances have ‘ 1 lie eof have] Xx %
é ead . oe : COMPARATIVE STATEMENT of the Postmaster been granted’ to the entire s@- a F X 4
Meir educational qualification rs : gE TEES ee eived fr ‘ ,
@nd so long as they ; ce ‘ pations G “— SCALE EMPLOYEES Trinidad who is res- vice, including members of the e orderiic ( UTS ~
: ; See Seer E sovt. Service both for Office Police Force onsequentl, i : ‘ ‘ »
ded as teachers and not Barbados j a ia P. ee f eee quently 3 Hospita ° .
pe trons of an i ution these Aggregate Wiis I penal ea aoe 7 aA 760, _ es ante bees A .7 meee scamstresse 2 wasner x %
anon 1alies will persist. In this case Daily Annual Sugar Other a 1 re gre th at cannot support should not ere vised. The t General Hospita he} \ S
. ’ Sa ; . _ * : Annual the Directors recommendations, members of the Force are expec- | ‘ that they should be . >
Bowever, the anomaly can be Wage Wage Industry Source Wage % x
: : we i ne sources age An adequate salary would be ted like the members of the eated the same inner Fy %
@asily rectified by the abolition of (inel Returned Daily (Inch | $4320 ; Civil Service to bear the extra their counterpart t the} & %
post as it is inconceivable that C/Living by Head Wage C/Living ~ "~ ik Pika 2 ‘ . . I tal. ‘ %
Allowances burden from their salaries sup- 1 Hos; s .
® teachers are required for an ,. a aioe: of Det. Alles.) ; ee plemented by the cost of living! The Warde ind the A $ %
tution where there are nut Grade I Police Department ae oy ri Warden, \ f x %
than 12 girls at any time Female 30. The Police and Fire Brig- * eae. a a ) th at th ey x %
; . Labourer $1.34 $1.36 ade Association has requested , (A) Rent Allowances | es Ky a : r * »>
j Creation of New Posts — i that all allowances paid to the The present allowances paid a c ‘ i LN g
24. Re jat b Labourer 1.73 B 1.76 —— are as under:— in rt val eld %
ary “ é commendations rave a a 3 76 V Arie Walle ; ‘ .
. . t > oer 15° »
, n received for the creation of Grade III : pe he eper, General Hos} & “The ROVER ‘ >
, followi aay _ Lorry be neha al (v) A tar Housekeeper and] & 3 . *
ae enlor Suet ct Police a: eee tag oe Chief Inspector ont Gee Supervisors of the General] }. Gut po those Smooth Ridi * 1
. : ) ‘ aiaee t . es 28 dei I » Q s o
$4,200 in substitution for 1 post of Ordinary 7 Inspector Ai $249 60 ataune > Hospital, ahd ane con : rlues B : mooth Riding %
Supt. Po eg et } $374—499 Station Sergeant & Sergeant
atm 82 . 5 21 WARS pleasurable Juxurious
. ps ain a a poral nai ; oe $124.80 $144 ; . » pleasurable ni @ suxurious Comfort s
ecommended by: Commission- Grade IV Oe onstable (Married) o bis $ 86.40 $120 X\ motoring... . @ Economical XS
er of Police. Me e % (Unmarried) x ete x
' (B) 7 Inspectors of Police and PR ita ie aah as : d Z yy) % : 3 ‘ »
“the reduction in the number of Ps 1.92—2.27 $ 2.40 _The ce for granting mar- Neither the Commissioner nor x All these are points worth noting when considering »
"constables by 11. a ay : ried members of the Force a I support the request that rent ‘ purchasing a car above average: a car that will %
Recommended by Police and eae e 7. i 624—811 rent allowance was, I understand, allowances be granted to unmar an 1 8 I e ; ; ge; i %
Fire Brigade Association. Airport ; ‘ . 811—998 due _ to the fact that they are ried men ; j % serve you far into the future .... Xs
(C) Principal Warder on salary Attend- liable to transfer to any part of (B) Uniforms % z
Scale equivalent to that of a ants io. 599 699 the Island and in fact are period- The Commissioner recom » Ss
‘ ; tela ae tag vil 499—644 ically attached to different that ther tl} ~ .
Police Station Sargeant Others do. —_ os ee 6. cee,. he eee Se ; In Carlisle B 1& %
Recommended by: Superintend- Grade V ° oT — stations with frequent regularity. paid to Superintendent be . a ar isle : ay ; x y S
ent of Prisons. . Engine ) In the cases of the Chief In- creased to $240 or that Super : 1 a : 1 Sores 54
(D) Two Foremen Plumbers in Driver 2.36—2.70 | Spectors and Inspectors I have tendents be issued w i Un} forms saenriokia, ¢ ' M be % t ss
Rieu of 1 Inspector. Grade VI 2.88 recommended them for substan- in the same way as spector beg _ & Caroline sS
Recommended by: Chief Engin. Engine pit tial increases to their salaries In Trinidad the Sup REPRO Sant een a ee aS { » ~
eer atiiovicn : oe Driver 2.79—3.47 —_— | and took into consideration their ents are paid $150 per annum ” ARRIVALS % 8
; Grade V . a are ances when their emolu- ae ne lapse of two years from ‘5 Boskoo} wt A x >
The question of the creati Engine ments were compared with those the date on which an initial al- (‘° be Seen a a8: Magee. s s
B Gditronal seeds peat ae Attend- officers’ salaries in Trinidad. I am lowance of $648 is paid for they.) * a » *
Mterms of reference but for the _, 2nts 2.36—2.70 2.40 therefore unable to support their puschase cf uniforms. M.V dy J “4 rom St4% Tough! Compact! Built for hard labour on %
enefit of the administration I may Grade V request for any increase. L see no reason why the allow- | /« inder Captain W. Parsor « s road and in field The Land-Rover is a Tractor, Ss
Besta that 1 havo. given consilets Fireman 2.36—2.70 2.16 I am prepared to recommend ance in Barbados should be any - . Owns rere : a oar . > > 3
‘ : a.vao. One ] that the allowances of Corpor- higher tio 8% Delivery or Towing Wagon, Mobile Power Plant
‘tion to the proposals and with the Grade V 1 i ie s of Corpor- higher Se oud tong, f 72 . ;
; * or ; A als ¢ Constables (married) be vi Capt E. Lew Com Fe? mone.
"exception of (D find th s Lorry $10.00—18.00 a oy ae ale ¥
+s era rs tee Panag Br cn Driver do. Weekly brought into line with the allow- (C) Plain Clothes Allowance | »«: t Ow \ssoe late % *
As regards (D) if the adminis- ge ic 2.36—2.70 ances paid in Trinidad. The allowances are as under * ' DI ho : g A] \ ’ ) RAY “CO { 1p) nm x
Aration is satis 2 ate echanic — 2.7 ame + } 1. 2.40 op _ | British Guiana er’ Capt LH t I | | g
BS: ficiency in praia 9 he laa | $20 Barbados Trinidad Association's Sea Consigned the Schooner % 4 f © t , . Mi FAN ° ~
: : , Grade VI Week! Request | Own Oras ‘ ¥
result from the propos peorgan- eo eekly " M.V. Daerw ’ from St} X& .
sation yey weres neeaeh Mechanic 2.79—3.47 anes iz [ 2. and Inspector ¥ ” Nil Nil $144 ede ne ; ot Re ; Y ye P96 hae
war a Bor . Pl rata ‘aera , under Sergeants & Station Sergeants $62.40 Nil $144 | Consignea to the m r i
a Foreman umber should , Other Ranks 9.92 J $120 Associa tic
be at the rate of $1,320 x 72— Ores St a oe ; $49.92 Nil $12 | DEPARTURES
1,680 arbour ’ | Boskoop for Trinidad; 8.8 Ke for
pe Master- I do not ony. 4 ; ‘rinidad; Sch, Gardenia W. for 17 ‘
‘ ee recommend any in- which I have proposed should be | 2°! , names , ee-Gae
_The Peasant Agricultural Asso- G Mechanic = — 1,154 811—998 crease. If, however, consideration correspondingly reduced spit ake: ili tha chm
ciation have asked that .4 of their trade Vv se is given to the increase of these ws i
" posts should be regraded as Senior ante SAS: ‘3 2 allowances then I recommend (D) Allowances to Detectives ee e cach
el en at nee ee Gian — 6—2.70 1. $2.00—3.00 that the increase to basic salaries The allowance paid are wise ta
quest is supported by the ivi : DECEMBER 9
r conn’ . Carpen- Barbados Association's | syne, 1. O'Coi ‘
oe ap the sanialmnien __ter 2,793.47 on 2. 2.88 Trinidad Request * 1a. went areenwood: Ht, Gentes: iB |
Fconsider when the Annual Budget Grade Vv ‘di oe Toepestors ¢ Nil Nil 168 Be vel 5. Ba ow ib Fo Maughan, H
_ is under review. ason 2.36—2.7 -- 1, 2.00—3.00 Sergeants : $93.60 (‘Varies between tumsey, R. Mitehey, N. Ritch¢ en
Grade VI Other Ranks » oo» $62.40 ($96 and $144 $168 R. Wilsor ra Owuret ‘ id D. Boveil
_ WUNESTABLISHED STAFF Mason 2.79—3.47 — 2. 2.88 i |R. Lobo, M. Lobo, MH.’ Gareivh D. |
2 . Grade V ‘ . | Hansor :
pee Painter 2.36—2.70 ped 2.40 No allowance is paid to an In- that the allowance be $5 x $2 to| eit a rie hae
a “gy at on ogen Grade VI spector attached to the Detective $13. PR ee REE a au tes
ally eekly al Painter 2.79—3.47 — e arene in poe Allowances I recommend that the allow- DEPARTURES BY BWA
; to detectives of other ranks are ance should be on the seale $4/| fer Ttntdad
25. 1 was supplied with wagq Grade V : ar ea AMBER §
as s aga teat a é t hee as J eka © $2 to $ | DECEMBER 9
gates paid outside the service in Fitter 2.36—2.70 ‘anh ae at rates varying be tween x $2 t $10. 1: a eieesinte Se deleneen, 9, Watess, 5
Respect of some trades and indus Grage VI : $96 ag Mla pe on ae (H) Bicycle Allowances for | uters, C. Greenidge, ‘H, King, R
* ‘ a bs . -_ itter 2.79-—-3.47 elk ing to the district to which they Ts . Good.ng, W. Sorhaindo, ¢ Harewood
tries by the Labour Commissioner ter 79+-3.47 3.84 ae assigned ary ; block vote > Writ Servers u Clark, i Moody A Moody, V
ee Sugar Producers’ Association From the foregoing comparative be much less than the notional for Proficiency allowance refer- wat aes has asked that Urich, J. Me Cormick, R ba B Jone
Ply Co : Ho s Ltd, ectric Sup~ statement it will be seen that the contribution made on behalf of red to in (1) hereof. I recommend doit Se eae me. * sisted by Gov- |Matouk, §. Matouk
a es ion “aoe and a few wage rates compare favourably an employee,in the Government that a similar procedure be fol- ae : in fee ing bicycles | DECEMBER 8
mmercial undertakings. with — those paid outside the Service towards the pension pay- lowed. Whenever necessary and that a} N. Hoyland, B. Rayside, C. Bubler

As in the case of other grades of

servic! » © “oweurai . ratir . sae . Tonk? monthly allowance for the use of | T. Buhler, MH, Ramsay
Bere ae in the Civil Service service, In the case of Coxswain able on retirement. In the case (BE) Washing Allowances

|For Antigua



the bicycles should be granted,

ere are many instances in which (Grade IV)the Harbour Master of other employees some firms Washing allowances are paid DECEMBER &



es b 1 I agree that Writ Servers should C. Lawson, A. Vanterpool, FE. Skeltor

ere is no corresponding employ- has recommended that he should pay a bonus _ according to the at the rate of $24 per annum. NO have bicycles at their disposals; |p. DeCastro, B. Walters, OF Penn |
Ment outside the service with b¢ Placed in the same grade as profits of their undertakings. such allowance is paid in Trini- jf the Commissioner has not a| From Puerto Rico |
which comparisons of wages can the Launch Driver (Grade V), as Many of these daily and w *kly dad. The request of the Associ- cuficient number of bicycles for | ‘ pe Ee R : aN ing
be made; in a few of these cases the Coxswain is responsible for paid employees in the Service, ation to increase the allowance to « wi op

the members of the Force as well | pyijips, C. Bovell
T have been able to compare the the maintenance, efficiency and however, may not stay in the $48 should be refused both On og¢ for Writ Servers ahen Govern









Wages with those paid in Trini- ‘discipline of the launch. In view Service until the age of retire- the grounds that a cost of living ment should assist the Writ Serv-
dad for similar duties, of the salary paid to the Cox- ment so that they may not ulti- allowance has been granted and org by way Of a Joan in obtaining I
swain in Trinidad I support the mately qualify ~ for pension; in the proposed increase in their sal- qjeycfes and grant them the usual Frontier Days made travel » mite tneom- o
As Barbados is mainly depend- recommendation, the meantime they receive in aries, bicycle allowance which I under- f
€nt on agriculture and is without I was informed by representa- actual money less than that paid (F) Lighting Allowances stand is $2 monthly. Dissolved First” Day | fortable, dangerous, and to be avoided as
any major industrial undertakings, tives of the Civil Service Assoc- to others outside the Service for It is requested that the light- | Choking, gasping, whoeesing much as possible
fT am of the opinion that in the jation that workers in the Sugar similar employment and natur- ing allowance for Inspectors be (I) Proficiency Allowances | eR er oar aaron Piles
Bate ele cela te the een Industry receive an attendance or ally feel that in these difficult increased from $3 to $6 moweny. The Association has requested four Tet end: went rede maare | : : :
ichh--Service fo muche anouT eee bonus in k addition to times they are not adequately My pues 7 ( E) oe See that $ eee ne even to rl scription of & famous doctor—elreus | Starting: for your
ould follow closely the wages their wages, at rates varying up remunerated, with equa orce - ore 7 1D grat oO specia _4 lTowances 0} lates through the Diood, aulokly Curbs | destination was a
P ‘ f 8°3 to 15 per cent, while there is no In the circumstances I recom- have been informed that the members of the Force who show Ing the attacks. The very frat day the

paid by the Sugar Industry. As
regards other grades, such as car-

strangling mucus is dissolved, thua risk getting there,

indication in the returns sub- mend that an additional two General Lighting Tariff rate was gpecial ability or perform special | giving tree, easy breathing and rost-






|
| '
: ~ ; m . a 2c. ser a » F » é cep. Ne ” ) i ey
penters, masons, painters and me- Mitted to me by the Sugar cents per hour be paid to all reduced from co os a to 12c. se suai A. the oe aod on BN} fas meee We Sones Ae ne thine | a hope
nour oe tae a¢ * pr “eye? ssociati ‘ gee at : ree ai seen. 4 October o iis yeur. amount be provided for 1 pur-| aN DAC : a |
chanics the wage rates can be re= Producers’ Association that such daily and weekly paid employees, a unit in J MENDACO tablets at meals and

sated by the Com ntirely free from Asthma and



lated to wages paid outside the # bonus is paid, I accept the In the calculations set out in pose and alloc















‘ © j » » oO t ext t » time,
service, it being borne in mind Statement as I know that in Appendix VII, I have included (G) Allowances to Band ae Foligs - though you. Nay. have suffered for |
that employees in the service are Other colonies such a practice is provision for this additional Cadets in ein ae allow — rd oe Mg ed years er acanteed a ae eucrmaS
eligible for pension on retirement, followed. It must be borne in payment, Band Cadets are provided with $288 fee Bonuntcie cere, rte | easy breathing In 24 hours, and to
while those outside the service Mind, however, that the sugar Unestablished Staff— food, and other requisites, estim~ Acere.: detectives motor Asiver | s0F aN BF RR oar ere ot Arte
are not, workers on retirement receive Monthly Paid ated to cost Sreroniately $26 wirels is operators a faehines thie vif peckase Get MENUACG tram your

> 3 thor “1 sings ‘ i
The rates’ paid in the Govern ee ecmrens OF gratuity, so that 9 My proposals in respect of Monthly, together with loc rae * —T support the Association’s re- me ‘ .
aan eae = hele overn- the bonus payable to them would the above are set out in Appen- 12 eee they AS ares obi taat }
are as ri— — " a é ance .20, rising . |
dix III. by $1.20 ri birthday to a Sade (J) Subsistence Allowance |
Daily Rate C-o-L Aggregate Monthly Staff Paid imum monthly allowance of $6. | The Association has asked that WHEN THE
for 8 Hours Allow- Daily From “Other Charges.” The Association has requested the Subsistence Allowance set
é Hourly ance Wage 27, Recommendations in: rege out hereunder be increased INGER” FIRE
rade I (Female $c. c. $ c. A wrap. i Association's
; : : . : pect of monthly employees paid 4 ar
Bie tt Labourer) ar : a By ; 4 from “Other Charges” are em- Inspectors . rene, pane ent) ) er You,
acnde Ill a 196. 1 52 30 1 8: bodied in Appendix IV. Sergeants & Station Sergeants eae e280
Grade IV t) 20—24e. 1.60—1.92 32-35 1.92~-2.27 | Staff Whose Emoluments = Corporal pa 60c, 72
Grade V 0 25—29c. 2.00—2.32 36—38 2.36—2.70 fre met From Special Funds The rates requested are reas- 48c .60
Grade VI a 30—38c. 2.40—3.04 39—43 2.79—3.47 28. Appendix V reflects staff onable. .
ee : Bs employed by the Caribbean Cur- ——————~— ——
The Civil Service Association has submitted the following pro- rency Board and the

posals; — the road, to the powerful responses of the



proposed
are housed, fed and pro-

amalgamated Peasants Loan MEDICAL DEPARTMENT §
d with uniforms and are

. e . ‘ rer ,
Bank and Labour Welfare (Hous- ‘ 7 , Ss : Ford CONSUL and ZEPHYR — triumphs of a
: ; oe oe (A) Ration Allowances given the same cost of living al- UNGUENTINE motoring age.











Today's mode o

travel is the

result of those

pioneer days —

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Present Basic Proposed Basic in tininhaiett
£) organisation. 7 ar .
Rates Rates aa 31. Nurses at the various in- po ® eR at om
Genes i - a 14c. per hour 20c. per hour Soremamens Roving Denk stitutions have asked that the oe a Tee ee wane a QUICK h | . 4 1
rade I ws as 1BG,! ip: 4s SEC, ns be . he Directors of the Bank yat allowance of 6c, a day |, ( or rease § Me Enearne C0 (
Grade III 1: ok i “ 26c. ,, .. have recommended that the an fo iu while on leave oma aa ae ee 74 fe ae A MODERN ANTISEPTIC | ( ar ¢ 4 °
Grade IV sbi ay pear 28x1—"32 manager’s salary be increased should be increased owing to the Or tions in. Trinided. is $15 TUBES AND JARS
Grade V one Be apt ay 34x1%4—40 from $3,840 to $5,040, increased prices of foodstuffs. Pontniy. ad is $1f
Grade VI ins & 5h nae 42x2—48 | In the recent regrading by tha When it is remembered that these | ne aoe - = = SS :
| 6G FOOOPPOPOOOO POLLS SOP ESSE | ‘“
Weekly Weekly g | t. aK SON }
Grade VII e+ e+ $11,52—13.92 16.32 x 72—19.20 % } )
Grade VIII ee es 13.92—16.32 19.20 x 96—22.08 , ceessory iN}
i pried Ferted ; TH E RE 4 oy,
$1.50 $2.10 ; If tals
* #€% wie ;
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HANDBAGS
PURSES &
CARRY-ALLS

TIME

NOW is the time.—
To look SMART —

For
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Ladies \\



@ Plastic Shopping

If you are smart Bags .. . $4.09





SEL 2 ola i | © SUING eT OAs ae net ar eran ey sy as 84c. | ‘
r w Suit
DUBARRY GIFT SETS ...... 84c., $1.18, $1.80, $2.00 To buy o Ne ; Ԥ Maite E
TRINKET SETS $5.85, $10.42 ||| % for the Exhibition ? ite — a
PY Ge eee 555 cane. oe eg eae ee 85, \ ags for Baby — $2.
ISD SEL ca5-esk es Sas 78 , 514. | ; ‘
BRUSH. SETS $9.79, $12.97, $14.00 All Styles, Materials, Colours and Sizes %
And many other Useful GIFTS at Reasonable Prices j,| THERE IS A SUIT FOR YOU % oe Canvas & Plastic
} Suneiel Ofer— x 0 a in —,
XMAS WRAPPING PAPER 6 Sheets for 24c. GARBADINE & TROPICAL SUITS from % | — oe
$35.00 up. PANTS from $8.50 up % |
: % | Plastic Bags in @ Bags for Girls
3 e $ | all colours &
| white. . . from $4.49 from 96c.
Barbados Hardware Co, Ltd. |< THE LONDON SHOP LTD. :
% |
(The House For Bargains) ¥% Lower Broad Street % I} (7e0. Nahely & Co ,
1) No. 16 Swan St. — Phone 2109, 4406, 3534. * The Complete Man’s Outfitters ; i} $9 } ;
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CLASSIFIED ADS.

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HOUSES

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St. Lawrence On-Sea. Phone 3503
29.3 ” t.fi.n
FARAWAY—Fully § {urnt ed 3 bed-
foom house, St. Philip coast. Lightine
plant, Watermill supp.y Carport, 3|
Servant rooms. Monthly rent 960 plus
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial
“76 1.11.52—t.i.n.
“GOSH : Hk and |
Grazette. nfurnished w modern |
cottage, three bedrooms nilable from
iSth December. Phone Haynes & Grif- |
fith 4173. 1).12.52—1n
NEWHAVEN — Fully furnished 4-bea. |



room house, Crane coast Doub'e erento t*















3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, V
rill supply. Monthiy rent $75 plus 3
cleaning charge, IN ADVANCE. D.al
4476. 2.11.83 t.f.n
OFFICES—Cool, spacious, and reasor
ably_ priced Onky two more ava lable
K. R. Hunte & Co., Ltd, Lower Broad |
Street 7.12.52—6n
THELMONTE—Ch. Ch. Furnished By
appeintment. Phone 8336
5.12.52—4r
MISCELLANEOUS
oTOR & FILMS f ent. Movi
are the best form of tertainme
Make your children’s Xmas party eal
uccess Full particulars from GITTENS
& COMPANY, Bay Street PY » 4740



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ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Barbados Aquatic Club reminds
their patrons that the Catering Depart-
ment undertale: orders for Plum Pud
dings and Christmas Cake. Dial 4461
12.52—-fin
That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole
proprietor of Eau de Cologne “&
Parfamerie-Fabr ik Glockengasse No

4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Fero

Muthens, a firm duly organised undes

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AUTOMOTIVE
BULLDOZER/ANGLEDOZER switable
tor use on D2, D4, TD9 and BDH Crawier
Tractors. Fully Hydraulic-Raising and
owerng Deliveries prompt from U K
and pr an 1 fraction of the cost
from S.A. Dia rtesy
4616 4.12.52 ie fat
CAR—1550/51 Hi Minx in exe e
lent cc tit n Dia Coa te G
1616 10.12.52
échabalisincennriiatinpnnatanaiapiaataieatin
CAR--1936 Chevrolet. Ring Percy
rte 2266 or 2638 6.12.52 n
CAE Velo in wood co nditic m |
Apply Atw a I rs Garag
7.12.52--én
HULLMs STATION WAGON —Only
16,000 miles. Owner driven. Appearance
good ew. Perfect working order
BRADSHAW & COMPANY
6.12,52—t.f n
ELECTRICAL —
BATTERY TESTERS High dis charge
Battery Tester and Pola Indicator
suitable for Garage Dial 3878
DaCosta & Co Ltd., E ical Dept
10.12,52-—6n,
TRIC REFRI \TOR CROS-
»€ FT. ¢ S.A ‘5 Years’
ntee) Manufacture COUR-
( GARAGE. Dial 4616
6.12. 52—6n
GARRARD —3- peed Automatic Record
Changers Just eceived, ' limited
Guentity, p Cc. S. Maffe. & Co., Lid
3.12.52—t f.n
REFRIGERATOR One small second
hand General Ele Retrigerator
about 3 cubic ft +» good working
order, Dial 3625 10,12.52--3n
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REFRIGERATORS Canadian FPrigid-
aire, made by Gener Motors with 5-
year gu: ntee Only d Quantity
of th achine ri t utK. R
HUNTE & CO., LTD Di 36
7.12.52
FURNITURE
CABINET wit car bottom
to seat two, dining reom table, small
side-board, all the above sare mahogany.
2 berbice chairs with leatherette uphols-
tery and mall liquor cabinet all at
Realtors Limited or ‘phone 4900.
7.12,.52—3n
FURNITURE Kitchen Counter Cup-
board sft. long painted white with
green linoleum top, perfect condition
$0.00. Also painted Kitchen Tables. Dial
8405 2.52





the» laws of Germany, M: mufacturers
whose trade or business address .s 4711"
Colggne, Germany, has applied for th.
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in respect of Eau de Cologne,
pemmersertos, SOAPS, essential oils, cos.
metics, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and
will, be ent.tled to register the same
after one month from the 10th day of
December 1952 unless some person shall
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
t> me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The trade mark can be
scen on application at my office.

Dated this 29th day of November, 1952,

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
10, 12. 52-—3n



TAKE NOTICE

Tosca

That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole
proprietor of Eau de Cologne &
T arfomerie-Fabrik Glockengasse No

4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Ferd
Mulhens, a firm duly organised under
the -luws of Germany, Manufacturers,
whose trade or business address is “4711",
Cologne,
registration of a trade mark in Part “A”
ct Register in respect of Bau de Cologne,





perfumeri so#ps, essential oils, cos
metics, b lotions, and dentifrices, and
will be entitled to register the same
after one month from the 10th day of
December 1952 unless some person shali
in the meantime give notice in duplicate

to me at my office of opposition of such

registration The trade mark can be
feen on application at my office
»vember, 1952

Dated this 29th day of 7

ILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
Jn.

TAKE NOTICE

10.12.52



That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole
Lreprietor of Eau de Cologne &
Parfumerie-Fabrik Glockengasse No,

4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Ferd,
Mvihens, a firn) duly organised under
the laws of Germany, Manufacturers,
Whose trade or business address “a7i1",
Cologne, Germany, has applied for the
registration of a trade mark in Part "A"

of Register in respect of Kau de Cologne,

nerfumeries, soaps, essential oils, cos-
metics, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and
wilh be enttled to register the same
after one month from the LOth day of
December 1952 unless some person shall
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
tu me at my office of opposition of such,

registration. The trade mark can be
‘cem On applcation at my offiee,
Dated this 29th day of November, 1958.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade
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FURNITURE—To close out 60 Morris
Rattan Chairs at $11.00 each, absolutely
new. Can be seen at Medmenham, Pine
HUl, on the 12th December, 9 am. to
noon, 2 pm. to 5 p.m. an excellent bu
Suitable for Hotels, Bars or Homes

6.12.5

52—4n

LIVESTOCK

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ALSATIAN PUPPIES—Born of ‘Susan’
Winner of Pups for best bitch and best
locally bred exhibit at 1951 Exhibition






















and Count of Verchield. (Imported)
D. W_ Wiles. Senshaw, Pine Plantation
Gap. Phone 2784, 7.12.92—3n
CALVES “Well bred calves from
self-contained herd Dayrells Dairy
Farm, Dial 3987 10,12.52-—5n

RACE-HORSES—-The following race-
horses landed in Trinidad, at 2£800-
Moham.a, Arabian Girl, Indian Gift,
Egyptian Gift, Admirals Delight, Medi-
terranean, Likely, Fa.ry Falls, Sabre,
Pebblestone, Sister Emma, Royal Mode,
Sunbayna, Delusion, Cordwainer, Bobbie
Burns, Okami Nintdelys. At £550—
Hazlewood, Demilo, Full Blown, Bridge,
Flawless Pearl. At £450—-Lime Tree,
Melitta Rose. At £750-—-Royal Ligen

Clover Breaking Wave. At £650—-Casey

Bennett, Southern













Dairy, San Fernando, Trinidad
9.12. 52—6n.
POULTRY
POULTRY—Imported Cornish Game
Cockerels. 8 months $10.00. Dial 2704
71 2n
POULTRY 4 Pure Bred Hamshire
Cockrell, 6 months old. Apply B. Jarvis,
Tweedside Road, St. Michael
10.12,52-—-In
MECHANICAL
BICYCLE -——- One it) Phillips Lady’
Bicycle. Apply Mrs. M. Chase, Enter-

prise, Christ Church
10,12.52—1n,

MACHINE—One Singer
ehine, treadie mode}, in perfect condition,
no reasonable offer refused, Call at
Realtors Limited or ‘phone 4900

7.12,52——3n

TYPEWRITER-Royal Portable in good
order for $75.00. Write Advertiser P.O
Box 112 Bridgetown, giving your tele-
phone number 10.12 In

Sewing Ma-





TRIC YC L ES—Just received,
for children from 3 rs to 6
Redman & Taylors Garage Ltd
9.12.52—3r

suitable
years





S STRAKES | For use with
Massey-Harris or WD 9 Wheel Tractors.
Overcome wheelspin AND INCRRASE
TRACTION of your Tractor in fields—
Courtesy Garage 4616 6.12. 52--6n,

—_



MISCELLANEAUS

ANTIQUES — Of every description.
Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver
Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-
graphs etc, at Gorringes Antique Shop
adjoining Royal Yeeht Club.

3.2.52—t.f.n.
COOPER'S ~ AERSOL FLYSPRAYS en-
fures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes,
Cockroach, Obtainable from all leading
Stores in two eizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 oz.

$2.18,
2. 1 53
30 PRODUCTS--Petroleum Jelly
White in Drums. Nu Jol, Paraffin Qi
Drums and Pa.ls Flit Sprayers, Ft
Gallons, Qrts, Pints and % Pin Fit
Aerosol, Flit Powder Esso Handy Oil,
Household Wax, Light Fuel, R
Cleaner, Radiator Protector, Stop 1
Sponge Spark Plugs, Brake
Drums and Pails All of the
obtained from R Jones & Co.,
Phone 4784 27.11.52
GODDARD'S “SILVER CLOTHS A
high grade polishing cloth, impregnated
with silver polish for speedily restoring
brilliance to ilverware Any house«
wife's favourite Pr















M

ice Gle







GODDARD'S BRASS POLISH An
extra fine polish for brass and copper
Try a tin for yourself today, it's TOPS
Price 44c large, Me small

6.12.52

GODDARD'S WHITE SHOE DRESSING

A preparation giving a pure white fin-
ish to canvass and buckskin Dries
quickly and will not rub off. Price 25c

6.12.52—2n

“GODD! ARD’S FURNITURE CREAM
A high wax content cream, giving an
unsurpassed polish to all furniture,
paintwork and leather. Price 60¢



SEA VIEW GUEST
HOUSE

MASTINGS, BARBADOS
Daily and Longterm Rates
quoted on request,
‘Permanent Guests
welcome
Dinner and Cocktail
Parties arranged

J. H. BUCKLAND
Proprietor.



PURLIC NOTICES LOST &



16.12.52—2n, |

TAKE NOTICE

LIGHTNING (and device)



LIGHTNING FASTENERS LIMI-

ritish Compam’. whore trade

w business address is Imperial Chemica)
House, Millbank, London, S.W.1, Eng.
land, has applied for the registration ot
4 trade mark in Part “A™ of Register

im respect of sliding clasp fasteners, and

will be
after one
Dy cember

entitled
month
1952

to register the saine
from the 10th day of
unless some person shal






im the meantime ¢: notice in duplicate
to}me at my office of opposition of such
tgpistration T trade mark can be
$@n on appleation at my office

ated this 20th day of November, 1953

H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Murks

fi 10.12. 52-—3n
TAKE NOTICE
VALVO (and device)

hat N. V. SEERA RADIO, a company
organized and existing under the laws of
dhg Kingdom of The Netherlands,
wade or business addre
Tr Hague, (The Nether
pled for the registration
in Part “A” of Register
apparatus and devices for
phony and telegraphy




js Hofweg 7,
ds), has ap-
a trade mark
in




after one month from the
December, 1952, unless some
in the meantime give
cate to me at my
such registration, The trade mark

Dated this 25th day of November,
be seen on application at my office

th day
person shal
notice in

H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
10.12. 52—3n





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

APPLICATION FOR A

LICENSE UNDER “THE LIQUOR
LICENSES (AMENDMENT)
AGT 12
Name: Darcey Ethelbert Greaves
Occupetion: Shopkeeper
Residence: Six Mens, St. Peter
Deser_ption and Situation of Premises:
A board and galvanized shop with shed-
woof attached at Six Mens, St. Peter
Dated this 8th day of December, 1952,

To SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq,,
Police Magistrate, District ‘E.”
Signed MAURICE JACKMAN,

for DARCBY ETHELBERT GREAVES,

Applicant
N.B.—This Application will be con-
sidered at a Licens.ng Court to be held

an Monday
at Police
o'clock a.m

2and day of December

Court, District “E" at 1

SYDNEY H
Magistrate,

NUR
District
10.12.52



Police



In

whose

respect of
wireless tele-
electronic tubes,
ond will be ent.tied to register the same
of
dupli- |
office of oppos.tion of

ean |
1962, |

NEW LIQUOR

1952,



1

St,

}two public

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

FOUND





















ered teinhahanetitventidneirnantesies

DENIS MONIE & CULPEPE mR — Tw
houses at Bathsheba, either together or
separately. Apply D. S. Payne, Harrow
Philip. 7 12.524









LAND-—2 Roods of land at Gun Hit,

Saint George Butting on lands of H. H
Garing, Charles Pilgrim and Hubert
White and on Gun Hill bor further

particulars apply Carrington & Sealy,
Lucas Street, Bridgetown
6.12. 52—7n

RETREAT
HASTINGS ROAD oppos.te Ocean
View Hotel, containing ciosed verandah
rooms, four bedrooms, bath
ete. and kitchen. Very suitabie tor
conversion into §eparate apartments, and
tanding om 12,670 sq. ft. of valuable
building land,
Water and electric light
Garage and servants roors.
Dial 8242 for arrangement to inspect.
The undersigned wll olfer the
property for sale by public competition
at their office, 17 High Street, on
Thursday 18th December, 1952
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,,
Solicitors.

9.12. 52--9n,

servicés

WOODVILLE, Fontabelle,
approximately 1% acres of Land with
Cocoanut and other Trees. Inspection
daily Tl a.m, to 3 p.m. Telephone 3940.

9.12.52-—-4n

All-Round
Increase In

standing om





'BritishExports

United Kingdom exports. in
October, at £219 million, showed
an increase in all the main groups
of exports. Allowing for an extra
working day in October, the in-
crease both by value and by vol-
ume is about 10 per cent up on
the average for the previous
| quarter.

| Exports of textiles increased in
value substantially for the first
time since the severe decline
}early this year, all sections of the
industry contributing to the in-



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

TRANSFER AND REMOVAL
application of D.
of High Street,

The
Ltd

1952, granted to Gwendoline Gulstone |

V. Scott & Co.
Bridgetown,
“ purchaser of Liquor License No. &3 of

respect of a wooden building in Nelson

Street, City, St. Michael,
to use the said License at a wall an
galvanized building at Welcheas,
ttl gg near Oistins, within

for permission

d

Christ
District

Dated this 8th day of December, 1952.

To C. L. WALWYN, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “B."
H. A. HINDS,
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-

sidered at the Licens:ng Court to be held

on Monday, 22nd day of December,





1952,

at 11 o'clock a.m at Police Courts,
Dist. “B.”
Cc. L. WALWYN,
Police Magistrate, Dist. *
10.12.52





FOR SALE

GODDARD's SILVER POL ISH - Ou
plate powder in convenient form for thi
busy housewife, buy some today fo
Silver's sake Price 45c. large,
small. 6.12.52

INDIAN CORN at Hanson
St, George. $5.00 per Bus. a ons.
10.12.52







Qn





———
GODDARD'S PLATE POWDER — Th

r
e
°

28e,,

Plantation,

e

finest polish for silverware, back by a
century of world-wide reputation. Try
some today Price 3c. large, 2c.
small 6.12, 52--2n



PERFECTION STOVE PARTS — Please
parts can
Jones & Co.

note that all Perfection Stove

be obtained from BR. M.

Lfd., White Park. Phone 4784
27.11.52—t.f.n





- Two Burner

and Twin Burner Beatrce
Laurie Dash & Co., Tudor Street
5061.

“'STOV ES
Cookers
Stoves.
Phone







SHOWCASES—Three mahogany
eases, Can be seen at the
tationery, Broad Street.
, ; 28.11.62







STOVE—One Belling Electric Stove in

8104
10.12, 52-—3n

10 days.

excellent condition. Phone



~ Special offer for









STOVES

2 & 3 Burner Valor Stoves & Ovens
Auto Tyre Co., Trafalgar & Spry
Streets, Dial 2696 5.12.52—t. n

" $TOVES— -The famous Florence
in 2 and 3 burner models. Laurie
& Co,, Tudor Strect. apeasiadl TW

2.52

Desh

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WHITE POTATOES 8c.
per Ib.

Bags of 110 Ibs. at $7.70







DUTCH ONIONS 16c. |
per Ib.

GREEN CABBAGE 3é6c.
per Ib.
Dutch Table APPLES
40c. per Ib.

At No. 11 Swan Street

GREEYSTONE, HASTINGS

Just the Little shop in the village
where the Best Books, Stationery

and Xmas Cards are now on show.



Falks

6.13,52——5n

Show-
Advocate

In

Stoves



crease. There was a sharp rise in
| shipments of iron and steel and
manufactures, Non-ferrous metals
and manufactures were up by 29
;per cent over the previous three
months’ average.

October imports were valued at
£267 million, £4 million more than
the average for the third quarter.
Arrivals of raw materials and
manufactures were up, but food,
drink, and tobacco were down,
The average rate of imports for
the first 10 months of the year was
9 per cent less than for the year
1952.—London Press Service.

SSS

TODAY'S NEWS FLASH

Your Diary for 1953

BROWNE’S NAUTICAL
ALMANAC

CHURCHILL’S VOL. V
SECOND WORLD WAR
At
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY

\1y, | RESELL SSSSSSSSS&N.

POCCSOOOS SPO SOOOO PSOE

SMALL PROPERTIES
FOR SALE

Terms can be arranged on
the following:—
(1) Property at Field’s Gap,
Bank Hall.
Properties
Village.
Property at King Street,
near Baxter’s Road.
House at Fairfield Road

with % of an acre of
land.

Small

ree

ES

(3) at King’s

(1)



(1)

(1) Property at Nel

feel

son Street.
(3) Spots of Land at Max-
well Road.
Small spot of Land at
Hindsbury Road for
$400.00,
Auctioneer
: Dial 2645.
st 10.12.52—3n.
%
3669099 PODOESSSES OSES



Gents Sports Tourist—built for
speed and reliability. The out-
standing features of this model
has made it the most popular
of its kind. Blaek finish with
Red and Gold lines $91,



/ROYAL NETHERLANDS

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1952

GOVERNMENT NOTICES



TAKE NOTICE













veo — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
| be Vedne and — an | — ,
Tt Decembe 9 12) | STEPHNEY WHEEL omplete with VACANCY IN THE GOVERNMENT TEACHING ee 10
ot) ube estone over missi from
PER B Vauxhall. "clea Mot oy Whee! | : Applications are invited from teachers (men) Ww ith at leas
, We ena 2 Gonnee Ownce and Vanes | That FERDINAND MULHENS. sole proprietor of Eau de Cologne and Pat=|vears> teaching experience for the Headship of Providence Boys
W. ends Z. Garage Owner and Vauxhall | pumerie-Pabrik Glockengasse No. 4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Ferd. Mulhens, {> : n
| Soe. Owner. part.culariy requested | a firm duly organised under the laws of Germany, Manufacturers. whose Sede * School, Christ Church. . ie eel
—p —_— oe —~ | lool out lor such a Stephney. a= siness address is “4711", Cologne, Germany, has appl.ed for the registration ©! ; sional ualification required is e -
formation please to Major C. Noott, | a tendo mark in Part “A” of Register in respect of Eau de Cologne, perfumeries, Fue SARnEENS pectsenional «yes i ther ro ;
NOTICE Headmaster, Combermere School. Phone | soups, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions, and dentifrices and will be entitled/cate A of the Department or exemption there \ ;
| 4059. 9.12.52—-2n. hig regis the same after one month from the 10th day of December, 1962, s ed 2 >. wi the Government Scale for
Salary will be in accordance with e
ne “Perechial Tre om oom junless some person shall in the meantime give notice in duplicate to ee my y : ee i
seine! ie Wis Ghabed ene Witeenalen | | office of opposition of such registration, The trade mark can be seen on application! ty,..4 Teachers in Grade II Elementary Schools, ,
: Mieesdee: i Sunaina ae ‘ tr ffice “andi . , ady s sd application forms in
am 2 ad Thus lay 4th December ~ FOUND . Dated this 29th doy of November 1952 H. W Candidates who have — eat ao apply by letter
2 o'clock noon. a j TLL . 7 vacancies now C ay ¢ J . *
PERCY H. BURTON Da canner e | Registrar of Trade rks. respect of previous vacancie sr candidates should
Parovh.si Treasurer, | DOG FOUND—Straying Garrison Bite | 10.12.52—2n. |aecompanied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates
St. Miehaei. | with waite coat brown head and biack | P hich may be obtained
30.11 52—2n. | saciadle Telephone 4201, Barb; PRP TOE make application on the appropriate form which may
ee ——————" | Mlsseum = 7 a from the Department of Education. All applications must be enclosed
OT! Sere Board” and
N' CE | Pp ] c CES in envelopes marked “Appointments rd” in the top left h
hie PARISH OF On. cn. : UNLE SALES corner and must reach the Department of Education by Saturday
bh -arochia reasurer’s Office. will)
ne closed for business on Wednesday 13th December, 1952. Candidates are warned that canvassing may
0th Dec., 1952, at 12 noon
WOOD GODDARD REAL ESTATE lead to their disqualification.
Parochial Treaeurer j 3rd December, 1952.
n



The M/V “MONEKA will accept
Cargo and Passengers for Dom-

STEAMSHIP CO.

DISTRIBUTION OF THE PROCEEDS OF THE LIQUIDATION

‘ “ inica, Antigua, Montserrat, “Nevis OF JAPANESE ASSETS.
11.5. SEENTOR, isth December, 1968. fy 2rd St. Kitts, Sailing Priday- ath HER MAJESTY’S GOVERNMENT has decided that the proceeds
vS. HERA, 19th December, 1952 y of the liquidation of Japanese assets in tne United Kingdom shou
M.S. NESTOR, 9th January, 1953 The M/V “CARIBBEE” will be distributed amongst all United Kingdom nationalists who had been
M.S. HERSILIA, 16th January, 1953 int Geedaente tne

accept Cargo Far Eastern Prisoners of War or civilians (or their widows) who were
imprisoned or interned by the Japanese during the last war.
2. Applications will be considered from United Kingdom nation-

alists normally resident in the United Kingdom who were captured

SAHANG TO EUROPE (i
M.S. ORANJESTAD, 30th December, 1952.

SAUANG TO TRINIDAD, PARAMARIBO
AND BRITISH GUIANA

Montserrat
Sailing Fri-

Antigua,
Kitts,

Dominica,
Nevis and St.
day, 19th inst





M.S. STUNTOR, 26th December, 1952. WA SORCONER | OWNERS" and imprisoned or interned by the Japanese during the war (or their
~ a pe ar arene : : widows) and who may now be employed, whether in the short or long
M.S. VIVITA, 12th December, 1952 Consignee, Dial 4047 term, either privately, commercially or by the Government in Barba-

6.12.52

- Ape aneanssmetarigipialereceena ian nnerommnren saree

dos.
5. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD,
Agents.

Canadian National Steamships

|

3. Intending claimants should apply immediately direct to the
Ministry of Pensions, Sanctuary Buildings, Great Smith Street, Lon-
don, S.W.1

4. Although the final date for applications has been announced
as the Ist of December, 1952, the ~Minister has discretion to accept
‘late applications in certain circumstances. He has agreed that applica-
tions from Barbados will be considered provided that requests for an
application form reach the Ministry before the end of 1952 and that












































IN a iis Sails Arrives Sails = Arrives | the completed forms are returned without delay.
eo maontres! Halifax Barbades Beckefies A sigg = 10.12.52—2n
UISER 28 Nov 3 Dec 12 Dec Dee . — .12.§ 2Qn.
EDN. CONSTRUCTOR po 16 Dec. 25 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Dec, | Q*O% 955 55999S559959869:
CDN. CHALLENGER - 30 Dee 8 Jan. 8Jan, 13 Jan
CDN. CRUISER . 13 Jan. 22 Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan.
CDN. CONSTRUCTOR ia 27 Jan. 5 Feb. 5 Feb. 10 Feb. GIVE BOOK
CDN. CHALLENGER -- 10 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 24 Feb. —_
CDN. CRUISER - 24 Feb. 5 a a a a eae g
CDN. CONSTRUCTOR - 10 Mar. 19 Mar. 5 .
CDN. CHALLENGER — 24 Mar. 2 Apr. 2 Apr. 7 Apr. * ADVOCATE STATIONERY %
NORTHBOUND Sails Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives ,
eee Demerara Barbados Barbades St. John Halifax Sess: g
CDN CRUISER 23 Dec. 27 Dec 27 Dec. 5 Jan. 7 Jan. SOCCCCCSe
CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 3 Jan. 6 Jan. 7Jan,. 15 Jan. 17 Jan. .
CDN. CHALLENGER Jan. 2WJan. 21 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Jan.
ERR, canart Hick the ke wee a Fos
CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 14 Feb. 17 Feb. ‘eb. ‘eb. .
CDN. CHALLENGER 28 Feb. Mar. 4 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar. For PAINTS, VARNISHES
CDN. CRUISER 14 Mar. 17 ase ¥ Mas. * = a we
P ONSTRUCTOR 26 Mar 31 Mar. pr, . -
CDN. CHALLENGER 11 Apr. i4 Apr. 18 Apr. 25 Apr. 1 May and the Useful Household Items









for the Coming Xmas Season

Call At
Established

eee? T. HERBERT LTD yi cccporatea

ROEBUCK ST, and MAGAZINE LANE

for further particulars, apply to—

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.

HARRISON LINE

OUTWARLD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM





NOTICE







Vessel From Leaves bed
s. « ” . th
SS SSERQAR’ cc Haale Sak Rows Bee .
_ FTER” ; an
oa ; “Liverpool 3rd Dec. 16th Dee. ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS ,
S.S. “GEOLOGIST .. Liverpool and %
Newport 5th Dec. 19th Dec
HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM CARD COMPETITION :
+
Vessel For ow eg e %
SS. “TEMPLE BAR” .. ., London 12th Dec.

Competitors’ Cards which not

MUSEUM can be collected this week from the Advo-

are on show at the

For further information apply to - - -
DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Agents



cate Editorial Department. Other Cards on Show can

be collected next week.

NOTICE

ti

"6G TRANSATLANTIQUE

S.S. “DE GRASSE” Sailing December 11th, 1952
For Trinidad, La Guaire, Curacao, Cartagena and
Jamaica.





Owing to Foot and Mouth Disease at Marti-

nique no visitors will be permitted on board

S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing December 31st, 1952 s i ee
For Trinidad, te Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and the s’s DE GRASSE and s/s COLOMBIE. No
Jamaica,

NORTHBOUND intransit passengers on these vessels will be

S.S. “DE GRASSE” Sailing 24th December, 1952

For Southampton and Le Havre allowed to land.

S.S. “COLOMBIB” Sailing January 11th, 1953
For Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Southampton
and Le Havre.

ACCEPTING PASSENGERS, CARGO AND MAIL

R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents
PHONE 3814

10.12.52—3n.



POOCOOE OOS
SOS

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4 GOSSOSSE
>

Mantras LIMITED

Offers to You:—







—LLLPLPPLLPLAAPBLL PSPS OED
Only a Fea More Days
before Christmas = So start
Shopping Early.

Mixed Fruit, Raisins, Currants, Mixed Peel, Prunes, Fruit
Cocktail, Pears, Peaches, Apricots, Grapes, Monk & Glass
Custard Powder, Cremola Custard Powder, Chivers Custard
Powder, Icing Sugar, Casteur Sugar, and Worchester Sauces

PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW

JOHN D. TAYLGR & SONS LID.

Dial 4335 Reebuck Street
SRE CSEOO CO SO SPPEROIS










That lovely stone Cottage known as “Cove Spring
Cottage”, situate on the St. James Coast, on 29,130
sq. ft. of land having its own private bathing beach.
Comprised of three bedrooms, with toilet and bath to
main bedroom, drawing and dining rooms, European
bath with hot and cold running water and separate
toilet, modern kitchen and a gallery on two sides.



“Don’t say it’s too expensive for you before you
see it’. For further particulars phone 4900, Mr. Basil
Brooks, Manager.



GOCE





Gents 531 Clubman—the light-
weight wizard of the road!

:

Hoping for

BARBADOS
A

BOYS’ AND GIRLS’
CLUBS

Beautifully finished with bright
chromium plated parts and in
choice of Emerald Green,
a Red and Royal Blue

Oo TRADE AAR
MADE IN ENCLAND

Every genuine Hopper Cycle
is guaranteed for Fifty Years,
and there is no better example
of fine British workmanship
than the durability of the
Hopper. Theg B’dos Foundry
Ltd. (4528) invite you in to
see their range of bikes and
‘talk over the easy purchase
terms that give you the chance
4o be the proud owner of a
Hopper.

PLEASE VISIT OUR STALL AT THE

EXHIBITION AND SEE SOME OF



OUR ARTS AND CRAFTS

The Barbados Foundry Ltd. ‘ :
WHITEPARK é


WEDNESDAx JHCEMBER WW, 1952

= CE



BY CARI ANDERSON



| HENRY

FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD..... BY ALAN

STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES
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fQVHE INDIAN cricket team to tour the West | been select-
ed (West Indies Cricket Board of ( | please copy), They
ar Vijay Lazar Vv. M i i D. G,. Phadkar
". Se P. R. Umrigar, ¢ ! 1, G..S nd, P. G. Joshi
V. L. Manjrekar, C. D, Gox th, I g D. K. Gaekwad, S. P
te, D. H. Shadhan, M. I AY K. Kasturilanga
fj Hazare as captair
easoned testite in the per-
r of Vin Mankad world all
nde D. G. Phadkar P. Sen
P. ® { rigar, Ght n Ahmed,
Vlanjrel ind Gael lin
ibt « it around
hict tt It i an lild a
nbinatior th of the best
e We I e able to put
nto the ftiel resent against
then
In the newcomer Padrinath
Gupte, Madsavy Laxman Apte
, ana Deepak Shodsan, India have
made an investment in youth, It
may or may not pay dividends at
least for this tour,
LEG-BREAK AND GOOGLY
BOWLER
q r ill be remembered how-
ever | the followers of inter-
national cricket that it was
chiefly on account of the accur-
# «ate leg break and googly bowling
ia { Gupte that India scored a ten
wicket victory in their third Test
V. HAZARE against Pakistan
Laxman Apte is India’s open-!
ing batsman and he has still to make a mark for himself although
he has a solid defence,
Deepak Shodsan is a left arm all rounde vho can bow! medium |
pace or spin,
C. Kasturilanga is not known to me H eputed to be known
chiefly in southern India. He is reputed to be a fast medium swing
bowler but his selection is nevertheless a surprise one. }

GOOD EFFORT BY SOUTH AFRICA

O*

always open in their game with Australia According
present state of affairs, South Africa who bowled out
277 after the latter had put up 242 for 6 were set 337 runs to make for
victory.

They have now scored 150 of these for the loss of two wickets,

so that with 8 wickets in hand they are asked to score 187 runs to |
defeat Australia
The men from the Antipodes have always been in a category

that either defies dismissal in a crisis
of victory has been established

WHO WILL WIN?
HAT being the case no one could predict with any degree of con-
fidence that South Africa will win but certainly if they do not
they will have made a very good bid at doing so.
lt is unfortunate for Australia that they were unable to make
use of the services of Keith Miller who was indisposed and were also
handicapped by virtue of the fact that Lindwall was not 100% fit.
Be that as it may, “all’s fair in love and war” and Test cricket
is as near to war as anything else at least it is an extreme level of
downright fight, so that the misfortunes of the Australian team will
not be recorded in the Test cricket history in the making neither will
it dim any unexpected victory by South Africa.

RACEHORSES LEAVE FOR TRINIDAD MEET
INETEEN racehorses left the colony on board the Dutch steam-
ship Boskopp on Monday night. These horses have gone over
to Trinidad where they will take part in the forthcoming Christmas
meeting of the Trinidad Turf Club.

Horses leaving were:— Topsy, Cardinal, Sweet Violet, Apple
Sam, French Flutter and Fluffy Ruffles which are from the Edwards’
stables, Devil’s Symphony and Chutney from the Pierce Stables,
Dashing Princess and Belle Surprise from the Gill Stables, Mr. S. A,
Blanchette’s Firelady, Mi tosemary Boon’s Colombus, Mr. Bourne’s
Magic Gaye, Mr. V. Cha Landmark, and Mr. Fred Bethell’s Test
Match, Abu-Ali, Super Jet, First Admiral, and Silver Jet.

South A frica May

Beat Australia
8 Wickets To Get 189 Runs

Our Own Correspondent) |

vields it after the foundation







(From Funston has been more aggres-

E must compliment the South Africans on having kept the issue |

to the |
Australia for



BRISBANE, Dec. 9.

South Africa have a good chance |

of beating Australia in the first
test which ends here tomorrow
With eight second innings’ wick-

ets left, they need 187 runs to
win,
Without Miller — ordered to

bed with a throat trouble — Aus-

tralia are having to fight mugh
harder for victory than they ex-|
pected. In his absence, their at-
tack took only two wickets in
four and a quarter hours today,
while South Africa made 150 out
«f the 337 runs they needed to
win

Australia with two defeats in

31 post-war tests are still favour-|

ed to win but South Africa have
a chance of springing a major
surprise especially if Miller can-
not resume tomorrow,

Much depends on whether Me-
Glew and Funston, both of whoti
have made their first test fifties
in an unfinished stand of 93, can
continue their stubborn progress.

They came together with
wickets down for 57,

On a wearing wicket with the
ball occasionally playing § tricks,
they resisted all attempts of speed
and spin to dislodge them.

Vice Captain McGlew was the

two!

|sive for his 53. He hit leg spin-
‘ner Doug Ring for two fours and
a six in two overs.

Ring who was so successful in
the first innings packed an off-
|side field with six fielders and
fed the batsmen with leg breaks
jand top spinners on the middle
and off stump but they did not
rise to the bait, i

Lindwall played suffering from





gastric trouble and a_=running
jhigh temperature. Should he and
{Miller be unfit tomorrow, South
'Africa’s chances of recording
| their second victory over Aus-
tralia in 50 years’ history of test
cricket between the two coun-
tries will be considerably bright-
| ened.
AUSTRALIA 20 & 17
{SOUTH AFRICA meh
& (for two wickets) 10
AUSTRALIA =ND INNINGS
Morri Melle b Tayfield 58
{McDonald stpd. Waite b Tayfield 17
Hassett ¢ McGlew bd Melle 17
Harvey run out 52
Miller l.b.w. b Tayfield 3
| Hole lbw. b Melle 42
Lindwall not out 38
jLangley b Watk-ns 27
Ring b Melle 4
{Johnson b Watkins 13
Johnston ¢ McGlew b Tayfield 0
Extras 6
Total 277





ae ‘ on ; BOWLING

sheet anchor of the innings, He Melle 3 for 95, Watkins 2 for 4?
had been out of form for some|tayfiela 4 for 116
time and today concentrated SOUTH AFRICA 2ND INNINGS i
v , sale MeGlew not out og
rimly defence a Waite stpd. Langley b Johnson 14

He has so far been at the/gndean Lb.w. b Lindwall 2
wicket for four and a half hours| Funston not out 53
and hit only three boundaries in Extras 3
his 68 runs, But his innings has Wolay “thor & winktew 1s
been invaluable, to South Africa

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Memorial at Lord’s, in London, to commemorate cricketers killed in the two World Wars.
disused Rackets Court which will be converted to provide gallery space for two floors.
Zealand, Canada, South Africa, India, Ceylon, Malaya and the West

with the scheme.

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memorate their dead.

It was in 1946 that discussions
began on the question of a
suitable memorial to the cricket-

ers of two World Wars. Lord’s
headquarters of cricket at home
and the focal point of the

thoughts of every aspiring player
from overseas, was obviously the
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So plans were made by which!

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gallery space on two floors. Over- |
seas bodies were invited to be as- |
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favourable replies were forth- |

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Malay, South Africa and the West
Indies,

Many Gifts Made \

By 1949 the sum of £8,000 had !
been allocated from the capital!
reserve of the Marylebone Cricket
Club for the memorial, but at
that time building difficulties had |
not eased, and there was further
delay.

Now it has become possible to
proceed, but the cost has increased }
by a further £6,000 in spite of
modifications to the scheme. So
the Marylebone Cricket Club has {
launched ah Imperial Cricket |
Memorial Appeal. There are close




to 7,000 members, and just £1)
from each will make it possible
to honour, in a fitting wa the

memories of many gallant crick- |
eters. |

Overseas bodies have presented
a number of pictures of cricket |
grounds from far-flung parts of
the Commonwealth, Other gift
have been made to the Club on}
the understanding that they will
be made accessible to the general
publie while the Club’s own relics
connected with the game will un-
doubtedly help to stimulate in-
terest in the history and tradi-
| tions of cricket.

Mr. Robert Menzies,
tralian Prime Minister,
Cabinet meetings is
have had messages pi
{recording the progress of Test
matches, once described Lord's
as “the cathedral of cricket.’
| When he was told on his last
visit to Lord's of the memorial
plans, he declared: “That will be
the shrine,”

The inscription of

the Aus-

who at
known to
assed to him |





| the plague,
which will be affixed on the wall
opposite the memorial staircase,
will bear these words:
“To the many cricketers of all
; lands who gave their lives in the
} cause of freedom.”

1914-18 1939-45
\ to

My memory often strays back
a sunny afternoon in 1938

‘when the white terraces of Not-

By Jimmy Hatlo

D NEED TEN TRANSFUSIONS |



Imperial Memorial Appeal

By HAROLD MAYES

VPERHArS no game holds more memories than cricket
| Stand on the Mound at Lord’s, in London, when a Test
match is in progress, whether the opposition be Australia,
West Indies, South Africa, New Zealand or India, and yeu
will hear people recalling the names and deeds of the great
players of four and perhaps more decades,
cricketers remember their living, so they intend to com

The site is the
Australia, New
Indies are, or will be, associated

tingham’s Trent Bridge ground
showed up the heavily-marked
wicket in sharp relief. It was one
of those Test match days the
cricket enthusiast dreams of but}
gets all too seldom, due to the
fickleness of the English climate |
and, indeed, to the uncertainties
of the summer game. which per-
haps has a stronger binding in-
fluence on Commonwealth affairs
than any other.

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and at a time when the Austra-
lians and their English rivals |

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Tore triking down sever vickets
with his express deliveries,
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Ska i ..... ...-,. basic salassumptior %  corporatad %  ..-.• i i ivuw.1 %  „ tm ,•: I „ mfr .. .„, %  Howance i 'nrge %  111 etal ool '' The Bartadoa OcnwUMnl h granted a coat of living: alkn elTe.-t from Ihe Itith let %  irie to w II il the prop •wall nan i.aoi'r • %  B" Iculaied 0fflfr : i %  i A v I be remedied Krigm-. .1 the Government |g empowered **( labour Dept. Labour index; In ) the genii .1 %  i lemuneraiioti und sup animation payment the Colony Civil Samoa; (b) To enquire Into Bfl I on .in la June IM~I %  Kep. I* 8 AtttaUftUM r TrarwJer ? %  % %  nineiidahas risen 10. i | with Ihe M Before n %  'I I am of the , | f^| that I n adjustinenta artMi %  iro'. prtaani ume to consolidate iheae ih • %  __..„ -iJ .- !" the 30th November, 1952 for ihe rrvi.on ol !" , 2 In view of mj bus, ... C|v|| S ^„„ 1 A „. „ irioyTjlcfotattonTea* Aaatata 'V 1 ''."' "" w daar on accepting Ihe appointJust men t of which moul n eni that. matter of neajoUaUocI a ,al 1 %  i U i increments, .,.„. 11 "i'.> ,.. .-. in NT. Pri • %  %  VII o h ||, %  %  ..,. II Social .\li|--,iili.,-. %  i A. i Al. Fnslmi'i IVrnonin-l oin^.i Junior Senior iv %  u. f..,c om. Monim'...Tm %  I.VII-I.HIIM • Ch dre \HHT Hot Deh* the ilW' 1 J nrt nUli^t would not ix> ibte 'o taka to time bvtween the Oovarninawl (rinsfeT ahtmld i>e rompari 10 Koi aflaNN in Omn A I | lt <^ ii "v or a aan v 144 -i.*:,n nparoa tovovrablv with ijaries in Trlnldnd to Principal %  %  %  %  %  I Don't let that COLD take hold! Juvt a few dropi of Vspex on your handkerchief, and on your pillow at night, will clear the head inatantly. Vapcx rcli rromihclintd.-ephi Vapcx is highly economical, and pleasant to 4 arai.i. / r*—-* CaflW up residence in Barbados for and I \ %  ngth Of •"' tune. (b> 1 woui.i 1 1ik a tm vUtts to U;irbados for tba ' would l nj I"employers, to which %  I'u.iuiaph l ol Ub \ vestigations. and made in Paragraph T heu.f n Report lloaj 1 HM dejailael rk raui would I3 I returned from leave m m u dispenser*, aruaai > < Imnosaibla toi in* t'oiomat UntUd KUftono, „, h .,.s. tamber and paid my nrM \ -n •'• The Labour C omiinsiorier h 1 alariaa .mi Arbadoa during the ... furnished me with to 26th September I Ha. payable by ,-erta„ r > "" turnad to Barbados I""R<^tries. Some firms have contrlbu, ,. niin(i ,„„„. lober and stayed lot the fol „„, F Iltlll N fs o( ^ mg PWwds: and pay annual bonuses BtiagHnW Is not ,, new 1st—4th *>-tin'i to thenBUUT. dependent upon the wai j, , %  , 24th I I annual profltl of their imdrrtak, „ %  Prior 10 % %  >'••In some M • lot of pieiimmiii y work, are substantial. Then are. howf,„. I( ,„, |„, ur WPI 4 Dm : %  • %  number -.f en ferenves I plovcein the OoV The Civil Service Association. vice In respect of whom there are whole The Association of Assistant B^l, of RecnmmeiHlaliaMs .School T. 1 % %  • Beeoncktr] H lo pnragraph IB %  schools — all ol whom had Tut net 1 I apart it b mil tod most coir., M', %  -, %  :.-,.0 BarOStdOl Iranda. limited ecooomk resources eould I had interviews with the Mananoafford the level of salaries I gers Of nil thtBanks, the ''" %  : paid In Ti Didad pi < "1 the Chamber .if Commerce, posts dealt with In thai %  Mary of the Barbados On close examinat'on of the salMutual Life Assurance Company urip., ol ". and the Marshals of th r r iinri thai the 1 interviewed th* of II %  "f As1 mg Head* of the following depart^tutanl Heads of Dapartmanta eon. 11 CotODlal Secret.,iv 1 Trinidad public llarhot. Public TruaUe, (owar gradai carbi pi lice prisons. Oovonunanl inhlfhar lhai dustrial Schools. K d J Cltl 0 n ,, %  .fl iBd Aci icultura, PubUi i., Library. Medical. Pul lie i I-ibour. Highways ami Transj Airport. Housing Board. Wain, hftV) r:i) t.,,. |he COI work-., social Welt.ne Controls, ,h.,t ,| *,,ui.i I., fair and aquitt ate. The Chairman and int ,i, . . ,;,rv proposals Manager "I the I' %  ^rneralh oil the Trinidad Hank. ,..!., %  „ %  lahiiuj M the fOifcrwlnf ntioi e I-'ween the The Public Library. Tlw PUbll ,.,,. ,,1 of I vmg allowances fWUid cnf. '" ( 11 ,1,. with as mat Append. I %  ninandaCoal of i ih.. officer j" n v m r M '. b >' " %  '* 5* "?•?**yy*"* I .1' III! I '-'" %  -"it Proposed the Assoaalan 28fl :) 45* 2IM-3MO (Ojua ll Of nullAll.. rhlel %  %  I'le.itiy ii on then liehalf by \ I? In the 1 propose t.. deal apactfleally with I'flcers. and %  1 • %  'ilTl^-*''^s*1 li.ti. Mil tm TIMS I do not prrifwKf am rat %  iiai lot Dtoat 111 Opata it I have been informed that the I term Assistant Engineer" la a I lot WhOB) • Hie In.Idem of these I.'M a px-i I-,...,. 1.. ..' .. %  .. I>OIIM grl a 1. %  aajataasaaaai • aeaalcnM tie ihi d dai : Mo u m*a lor .11 I i -me. as* ihbd .-* ihati del %  % %  -.-. nmerided smaller s,s ,l "" •"*""' '"> ''"'d ny | thoaa paid i.. "*''"^" i " "main., r;ifii()m( *~fa^ Mf ^canatAMd "-an I.I thai imllo olrJceN lvin o,v ' %  '"'"'' h "'d %  "< h i t uaUAea, % %  '"'"' ""' : o< *a ipartmant ',%  ,n f.^M. !" l \ ""• ""' %  %  | %  "" %  -' * %  p""1 .ieai with those requir. has raceittll OOUload -maliflca%  %  eon me. t ,„ |, .,,. ., Ik h „ liii( %  nt that he should have % %  | %  r 'hat with i-h Posts in lAcrtilive t.radr— ,, MM| 1.92ii X 120—2.KWI— %  II4JM* l '" :1 hBeornmi ad thai | 13 Athese posts were dealt rurne, CommittM %  '" JUg ,*> .,. %  quote in full tie th. %  v, review £"£$*, TtiK!^ %  '" 'he Ii m ol refer2E2L2F iTThS Z Bd SlS2 ing tne nxlng f A , H, „ot tor* on proservi e ^isorlatton and eeruin "" Il raise,! J ', 7 ., tm S, nior ( lerks and fhUcer* ol •' II thu %  aMajarj I Similar Stains provides for an linmadiata ... (hi and oWainad the pan MM s I2—2.HHI1 rv to an omca n %  .,. i,,.., u,,. (kwii ii. ..i, salan "i an rnof to review the poaHloii of ofl abon is ., ; ll* I '..Inn. I tivaiitsK i.. hi lassaT, khU ilrhu.n. h I Id rm • l'i...!.. i %  paa Hivrmlwt, lo... thai in in*. • it tstag rasuats m .. i i % and lack of alrrim •| hihtrrn (be atari ihr> r.e. .1 I •rk In iif |-I..I alum ..ill help do rhen bei o .> d... i rat ION psMM I food Md 'he I hijhc.t %  m i" lo .hdJrtw. Give YOUR Children />< //. u.i.a OVALTIl^E and Not*' thv IHJfrri-nro f Ihe office Is greater thai i. ... .... %  : Il.t til. of aalan aqul poati affdeh %  %  i %  %  during M fornkei p| i drawn, bafora he h ei dfOjO he; tlr-' imr-ii"'.' now %  '" I %  le higher scale. %  lUona re ..t thaaa aajaaj oraasad in nie ion ol part of Ihe • (In Pair 8. lie IMI-oaTaaTI— Mata that tfe* torga .Ii. •O.alttaa' N lOMaioi 1* oa ... OII.TI\I>: PJIH4 1 ITU ^ rtaiar* aarf ataaahifiiU* imp. 0*.lr... n .Ml ' .11 nfaa-a. IW* •>< -.**# t,.... Iht >• -tiavrni. ,r-i,,.i,f, i |% %  %  I -Ovaitiw*. an4 IXwn laiM i''r (,..n. Imir f-.*.. l>ra*l.iw S..-S...I --r IBSi Jtl-al* and*Hane>-Sl Isi • (.W-*".a IW taf. HI qualifications. eg. ho if nr of %  i iirofeaaional qualid. ration. b) practical aaparianoa It] in leutlet>hi|i and handling staff. I Ii %  -ruMny of the oJjtoj| i that moat of them can liar officers Market. The Qaneral Hospital, navabic• The Mental Hospital. The Pin.i). n particular ea<^e Uld Trlr for special wnwrv the loon acllcal oxperii no in easy lo launder, loo. Fie sure to look for :n. Ing and identification bands—your iruarantee of sjenuine "Tei-made" fabric* ui vat fast colons. IS WELL MADE



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WHIM >i>\. ..i > i MH I.H in. .i i HENRY 0 uaiAfK'\ii\n. .11 t %  \*.I -IM BY CARL ANDERSON -FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN iTRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES V0 MatffwftwcwMK^, rum **uw— o~ rtx4c't.arc>.•* t_i >V "***• J ,\ H^ HMk .-•u-rn i 9 (miv rot/ r r BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG %  M %  ^_M %  : %  --'FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY < % %  •& JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS OCC.'I 9M*LL 'MJflWTff-f BEST ,F 'T7 URMN %  .' THE *"V HEAPQUATTEPS HOTEL WITH *?5 $ME MC MS tLr*-"" %  LfaUE RIP KIRBY I \ O*. v RY ALEX RAYMOND : "USTi.:-- MAKE *? -?*--S 5TBVM C \OT IN amcnCN *rT-i* r^ntdJ •COKE S*OJU? 1 SOT OS -' %  -TS3...4 6'CF .-. |M0*7XU %  .* THE PHANTOM RY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES .1 MT7>fiEI U %  •. %  -• %  > :% %  •WE .'.-=€ Of NO*
t. ihc iJr-I. Mgltt m. > %  rrf> i— %  •. itl \ I'll II lilnl' llll> .ill MM f .mii.ii..., mi i M In %  MM ii %  Ml on -ulu.iit MMt jlN hwar> %  •(—. > %  %  %  tan L. m iluv.l rifbi mi ''Angrl I*' TfcrrV. ••.ikiii* k> -p'H w 't-'tl *AM i HI > n "i H1IKTTKS Ut MM lb 1.31 .. .. I.M .. .. %  2t .. .. .'iO n-1 pk> D. VSCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Strest fvOolt xlfl Whopper A B. C Book9 Micky Mouse Picnic Our Slory Time (Scripture) Nursery Rhymes Happy Time Tales DONALD DUCK COLLMWS noons .TBf Alice in Wonderland The Three Bears Milly Molly — Mandy Burnyard Babies and Cinderella ond iMl ol other slory bookj from 15c up • ADVOCATE ^feS: STA1 %  i :iiv Broad Street and Balmoral Gap



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WEDNESDAY W I I MM I! U tHI lt\KB\l'.S xnwii Mi PAGE FIVE ANNUAL EXHIBITION OPENS TODAY Queen's Park Gaily Decorated For Event TODAY I Annual Inch '. Put Many thounndi at event last week od weather. ii r A in urn THI: SIIIIW Scout Notes Two Vessels Bring Fruit And Gapra %  Lad* Joy .,!„! Itacrm-Acd %  %  St. Lucia Island. i dv Jo* whh h %  %  DMrwvai which ar%  %  %  I A % %  Ugy. Clerk*. and labourers were assembling • tall* for Bridgetown Bl have booths al this year's Exh.%  The number of stalls this yeir Is nearly double that of last year >• wily decorated and trie Jighting equipment OOJa Bl :-il,,-f two booth* were being i rtarday but th, M The sin.ill lawn opposite I %  From early .n %  nient was being arranged. being covered rhkh I* from both The Qua r V • • which was floikind after lest wk'< 'urdened up. ajtgritli i IIJinUNT were t,< ught Into 'he Park. AlST. JOSEPH Kill Mhl / %  MM of 2.000 bags of Ihoueh n ' ln ***** hunchw Uv plriM 1'iin.iilpntiii 4 reak on board the QUr.FNS PARK wan yesterday bain*, made ready for th* one htindrad and •aosad Aanaal I Exhibition which opens today Hare agricultural equlpmsitt I* being arranged at a site opposite Us lake. .,. the Ion* year. I Franklyn D. R. which I I The schooner also brought shipment of 500 bagof charcoil. 20 tons of firewood nnd a large quantity of ereenhenrt. Captain U H. Sealy is in command of th schooner which I H IKIUM | ULU1 I I canee. h*"i*hv ijo to |*to last night w"> -stilt v-orklnp rtn the varlOU • '1 the 52 : i leadta i general cargo .. %  :.. i Face I .ii I in-.! For "IV.IKM'SS AIKM*" The pavUloa at the Princess ..ill get %  %  luriiit; tinDOXl tW Three paintera it..r'. there on %  Fishing At Bathsheba Below Usual Standard Deemad \ Rogue Vl*(l \ .I'-.JIMM.II ihip \h a A.tmg POl % %  DLs"A 'Tied 46l : i imttfi—.-Miuth %  owing *arrii' L,iTn-M.-i tC. A. Poll U 0 lOgAlU), I %  ti J. M \ littasf Uidy Cub•r), The on c ertlfleatg for the new v M %  %  hW presented. I part til > %  t as %  i Squanv Worthing, the*. egaejg Leu t. ita junction with %  St ), : %  H lit ti tta I %  i ten mile. %  I pim s, %  Ird It Mieh rth IMdgjatovn (Beth-I It i u ..:-.town (Si P_C i, 7th St. .Mich**. (Pine Mil! Cub Ihick) and the nrw Troop a Of November. Sth St \ k| i Chvreh), \ 11 nt ion is charge. 1 vi,th the Mlhff. gtwo u rojjgfniW and maintenance of Scoutini -•oundattes It car net I these function*with the least ASTHMA How to rase the strain in JO seconds! \\"H1 \ ah gtjDJ Achma nukrs eon VV gate f-r breath, one Kphazsat /^^l tahlrt limped (h; mouth . % %  -he Ufn ouuUv and. ^ J her, It nihts M MOBUM nrSSemSPMda ^ ^ ( cun.t.iutcs the biggest danger fiom j£ir$< Asthma •(pjj Epharonr naCtha] wreral |HOBW| I'aflfl ag nit •& %  > 'iraniU^, Ml gemi-Ukn .UIHUIJU.KH g i;, Jg* bron.hial iube. and in tan wiy pnanou. ease, normal hreathing. The Bpharo'vDMOBaM I %  Nothing to kitecfc nothing %  !,.. '. %  Qi ,n. x. attack comes, iher; a aJay iimc i>. t-Vi* A*Cim. %  '.-. For rapid NLMBI fnun A.ihmj. IVaachttta and BiotuhiaJ (aurrb always sp a lupply ol I ph**vie taH I FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE rrjiEKw a i aavMNaioas no. B*l SB. J.a 1 .' • J i •• %  :• la. I : %  %  . I ,i;,-iit a:.' th. Idlng will i>e i fll'F.K nil iiuis I :; durlnij thM pairs. n*keMs brought a 1.. on the •en -ankle dee'i" %  %  .. %  %  ti cutting; the ;iUS%  t and 1 The Bn*fcoo,i rnand of Captain VV. Baor ond It." local aaent* are S p M & Co. Ltd. nsnMc.iB.il. ,,s-.,.. .,!.., rSraHMffc ihi'Li-'. n\ iKeh Men ii Aos last yeai '.imps. Mr. W. Rain. en ol the Government • .• %  tractor at Tent's Bn\ %  t.ild the Advoe.tr VOI.T.IIIV He aid c.tehM both ol red Hying (lh wet "SS^-S* perh.p %  butthbya ... w.i, roducrd to a minimum as 11 St..ii... ,..„..,..,. .,„,. roolt ol rough ." .",'?;"'; tn br hauled up „' ':" u .-.ltl.|h tbUMWHlMU rough th. remain, ot the sheep .MUU" \ V, a, ]„.• weak, onlji Ihne boats found where thrj had besn lied Hm He a itch. Hayn vfnturrd out. Aflrr Ullnl ,i 1 Mlllht a lewti and When thr sra off Trent's Bay to Ridse road nnd killed mire He It ilroufhmt larl wrck. I sh ep " thr note . I i Ashing boat owned by anas* Peaple ol tlio di.turt pay that %  imjmod and \. oga happen nnAt I'-IM! Btatlon u aearrh ten W i %  fad. Two Boor board* were nuillv ..bout this tuna of the It I Owing t Pottery Trade lncrpatn>8 broken and part of the hull \M %  • P pig battowg tluft damaged That dry ton boats dogs came from Cattle Wash and •rani out Thru etch am no li.thheba an.l that the dogs are i 12 to 18 h/ina fish. aNatijtts uwnctl %  the seaside hoii\lr Itamsny said that when il i v nn him. i n %  n urt that Haynta With the Chi Ian .. fortnight away iha Ub Son pottery trodo ooar the Bridge Is gradually extending Thi %  Mv sail to town and ll*h off Carlisle Bay A num%  from Bathsheba nro at present fishing off the city %  | that the sea off Buthpooa nn in si m.Mi \w tioaUa To Be l-llll' hou buy Aetiev Mesh >ou buy for youiU ihc spaikling good looks thai go hand in hand with tuncM and comfort. These well-cut, so cashable blouses arc fashioned m Acrtcx fabric with the wonder wcjsc Ipielalt) designed fur m.. VOW feel **atm in (he cold and cool the l*at when >ou wc.r Aortas AELQTEX ....... %  KAMI AOOBfaS Film Chief On Goofiu.ll Totir a Koodwill i' 1 H ... I %  irohaoog i"hei>a in gonarally nuh .it this creased almost daily and wider time of the, I men make A pOttOT) .i pul I ;' "tches between March and show. Ju,v uv only Bower pots nnd .. When Mr Ramsay is oneratlng in. wore put i>ii show tm" havo beei added. fish Plentiful aamiaiuatj *, ,,,.,1.1.,.. vi^terday tiere were Ni Under the l\xr Relief scheme in St. Joseph, women, whosr I t I*'" a*iiun* iitti --. .. _._ rprr."!! nV husbands are dead nre Riven 5 %  %  lj 'lt '> rc.t-H UAY K-gulai bate with th.'hes at .• Aimii.. 'i-trh ..,,! |Ti/e b children. In most -if %  "Uog '>"? %  these eases, (there are about Hx) "' W J '"• ,,,ul lO-staf ..I the n are rUthortn ' % %  '' IIL Sui-h at-vltaura is given until ,,. ,. %  o Hon. F. C. Uutsoit. Ml.r. will the ehlldren roach an age of it. ( \ Letrtbuto Iha prize* tractor hauling'up boata ho %  "'; '"',"- • % %  •• ,p„ nirjirh 1 ialong a pathJoetph loM UW AdoOcon 1 AfrUlN I tAJ way about tweniv yards from thu Wl ' MV Dl Of Mr. J. M iwach. This path.in % %  Aaaoaaor f<-r need of rep;.u and when rain 29 inmatei nt thi st f oaaph OODArtlMd bf falls people who use It to get to CMUHI poulong are usual!) given ( the beach find it almost impu.^, tornu,,,,^,,.,, „„,, no.nte.l in the COlM ible. Matty | 1 Hra ^ Mr M. I,,U W8J appoHtUM for a short stay rs %  guest at the Ocean View Mr. %  hoy wara it N. w %  I aftoi rain > %  %  %  [,Ti y **Mr Ramaay thinks a solid road amme.1 bar the docto. to % %  shoui.i be conatructed aloni the WIMBOI th* path the tractor has to travel. of pensions. %  pi< Bllon Two Injured %  Mrs. Clttens durmB h cir 8pa of the "Bat 1 Bay Street. '-•sid'-nts and requi menu without difficulty. When the tract a >< ,. ri 1 Evarton ltancr..fl o( Sn at ^ong Meeliuf' rfKstiMmvd Iglii m Iha market, h( li:ithw >v i, u t these did ..t.t butchers pla>ed grnei of ]., | toag Than H %  • drain m %  Tho dominoes and In Touch With Barbados Coaital Station ,.. on..... 1 1 . A.i. .n HIHC %  I time. • I at Mono11 umber of hleh would incluHing the well known FtiKllsh classic by Alfred t the Anwitat aehool Children in gliran Synod was held in the The film stars are Cathedral Church House yesterORDINATION AT ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Wanda Hendrix And Phili) %  din and hli Lairip" with Johnny nd Patricia Medina ;>tid • Flighi to Mars" Mi 1 %  -.Hired the Caribbe.it 1 on iwvoral occasions 1^ his first visit to the %  luring his the vi %  Iiv man. peopla that •• 1 .. Ha waa certainly delighirxl to be here. :mng. At the meeting Rig lordship the? Bishop %  liMiintrd Vicar o' St. Luke's Church, and told the Synod he will hold an Ordination m M"tiday December 22 at the St Pariah Church There, thg ROVd. Bd %  .-I 1 HI .! %  • .f Bl JOOOph will b" |g pric t. and Mr. Ale,Tatnell, Deacon, for work In British Guiana. Pain %  by and If this is widened, less > n g .,f the Chamlx-r of Comwen%  •„I !" 'V.' • *22J Uld s<-ttl ff after heav. || now be hi rain. Janti.' I Khti 1 1 IHHiS Kill Nil FTP hl aoi yVt b ** !l xed Al xh<> U,m "' "" It was orlglnali> dl < as ago dogs killed a the im.-tinK would be h-lti t'—l .j Buaox Hill, bul dm lo / I St Joseph Four Of the ,ln-.-,, MilChfl Industrial Exhibition, %  I ed belonged to M_dl>Clarke ihe in-'ti':: IL.IS Ix-en )*. • p. ,i ic.. il ; .( %  %  < > u. h Villair-. St I'cter Make Sure You're Well PREPARED H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD.-Distribu.0r3 Cook's .Measures . .M Sandwich lins 8" .311 Sundwieh tins 9" .37 Icing Sets 2.11 Tea. ColTre. Sugar and Rirr t .i...-l.rs (J) Yorkshire l>ri|> tins. 10" lll.l..„_ ll.il. lins size III'' X 8" 1.113 Etlair tins. 8 holes 71 SAMCANS Kach at S4.55 A M.86 Bread Bins . $3.17 Checkerboard tins .71 Kitchen Racks $1.76 Sponge Kran.es 8" .90 Hoves of Cookie Cullers 1.32 Hound Cake Boxes 1.36 I lins 1.16 Suiss Koll tins .36 S. allop Sandwich tins 8" 2.'. Pic. Iran.es 9" .95 Janlr Toasters 4.38 Check Cats S, Is 7" & t" 88c. & $1.19 Icing Tables .82 Thrrr bottom %  • I ii . A ... ll.U li-.hu. I . V.^a.1. • dm. OTMH, A Welcome Qift! Presentation Boxes of Chocolates Ciulhiiry tln.coli.lis $l..".l) 8.50 rr, Chocolate. 1.32-111.00 ltom.tr,( In., ol.n.s 1.37—111.00 MOIKS lliili|.iness. Luxury, Pot ul OoU Special tfer MAHASt IllStl CHI KKM.S 3.60 lib. box • KNIGHTS LTD. HARRISON'S Broad St. Tels 3142 & 2364 Slovo* 1.53 C A V E s ii E i ii %  •: it A 1>.. III! 10, II, 12 & 13 Broad Street Wl SPKt IA1.ISI. IN GLASSWARE AM> t AKIIV A COMPLETE ASSOBTMENT til KITCHEN AND TABLE REQUISITES inclu'linr CLBAI POUSBBD TI'MIILEKS—C.T. TO I PINT BOWLS II CBEAMJUGfl II IUGA1 DASINe CAKE PLATES I NAPP1I I I BWRH Ml t'IIASTEKK \| SIIEKBLTS \l W.VI'KR BOTTLI S JAKS—i. AND I OALIa—WITH METAL S( III %  WON COTES And Lois ol Other I'selul llems.—Plain and Ucc.rated in Eine Swedish (;h.ss We Have CIIAMIWI.M s I'lHITS. smiiniis CLABBTS I.IQCKSS COCKTAILS AND ", PINT TIMBI.EKS These are All Available in Plata or I Ii hi il t.rerk Key I'nti Our Sloiks also include a comprehensive Assort... 1 nl of "PVREX" and "PHOENIX'' HEAT PHOOI OVEN (.1. \SSW.\KE CTSTAKH ( I PS < \SSEKOI.ES. PIE PLATES, SOUP PLATES I'TII.ITY IIISIIES Etc This is a Itusv Period Parti, ulnry fur Ifo.iseu i\. s—Tl.er. is so mini, lo he done. 1 II 111.", more with all lb, Mttl S I Ul E\|.ense it is VilalK NtMUUI 10 lluv lo Ihe Itesl Advanlaer — M..\ W, Than Mt K.ii.in.l Von lli.H voi' WILL taWI ironi TIMI; AXII >IO.M;V Hi MIOPIM.M. AT HARRISON'S Brood st