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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title:
Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Advocate Co.
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English

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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Police Courts 10.00 a
Advocate Christmas Card

Competition Exhib.ted at

Museum 10—6
Industrial Exbibition, Queer

Park 11 am
Bobile Cinema, Queen's Park 7.30 p.m
B.C. Films, King George V
Mobile Cinema, Queen’s Park 7.30 Peres {eres ween S Tees 220. tll m,

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

And the good that I can do.

JOSTLING CROWDS
PATROL THE PARK
Exhibits As Good

Premiers
As Last Year’s

.
Hold Final
Barbadians of every walk of life yesterday flocked to Fra

ESTABLISHED 1895

Talks Today



: . Our Ow espondent |
Queen’s Park to attend the opening day of the 102nd Agri- LONDON, Dee. 10
cultural and Industrial Exhibition. n sunny weather they} The Commonwealth Prime Ming |
transformed Queen’s Park into a mass of curious humanity, | "> _ hold thei. Reis

jostling through avenues lined with booths and squeezing) en yrchil|



































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into rooms filled with furniture, handicraft work, cases of Last minute delays in the draft- | He

needlework, etc. Loudspeakers blaring “Bingo”! “Try your/ing of the main conclusion n't ere: ! or-

luck” ete., added to the general noise and confusion. — era conference kept tic | ns 7 ming . ; ~~ cons

: ; | Ministers 5 i nti ast 1 00: anne fre é > stitu
By sunset it was estimated that over 4,000 people were night raat acer AMIE! PASH 1 | jsavings have decreased aa
seme, th aed ‘ ‘ serenh 399 - Rsure con- = ast vl so s ng pal bey
inside the park and later in the evening this figure con Pwo meetings were held bday ory wings wer riting
siderably increased. and certain detaiied matters were | eat th oe rity . ‘ (

His Excellency the Acting Gov- — passed to the Aambentited of officials | | Sa as ne in Merwe é iina
ernor, Mr. R, N. Turner, and Mrs, e ° for further Gihaitanticn: | er 1rougl ¥ Gov-
Turner attended, Cricket Outfit Altl ough the Treasury express- | fant eee ata ee en c ‘ mstitu-

In many of the Sections the P ed the hope last night that th | \ : aon t a
number of exhibits fell below that ; ae | conference would end today it \ The Ei ; rroblems

: = 1n ! ‘or > day it wa he Beonomi auee i us

of B gis oe years. ye soneaty For rince Charle Ss anticipated that some further work | : iy and denis + os fo Hon writers 28
and quality compare avourably i imight b ade, ‘lear . e ack ¢ 1 of most : } er t ( iy ith Egypt's
with last year’s, and once again the ia WONDON, Dec, 10 payer raiaies ‘i oe Sie wir. in ee es ti yrent 147 ye td onarchy and es-
sheep showed a marked improve- Prince Charles’ first Christ- utstanding points. A SECTION of the crowd Which attended the first day of the Annual Industrial and Agricultural Bx fos kin Fos tie They ' Republic (CP)
ment, due mainly to the higher mas present —a miniature || hibition which opened at Queen's Park yesterday. The exhibition ends today. ao ee ing fact of the situati saibeticsoumastahliliic
quality of imported stock cricket outfit sent by the {| sosie bh pdm ist , a securities as cor

- n i ic e e pared to the period prior to

Attendance during the earl Australian 1952 Olympic "nd
aftechieat ee rate Vise thier 5 team — arrived last night 1X te Ss . cand world war have lost 1m jamaica eeds
the evening, it increased, and from Australia. ° en OOo Ss L e te Sana 1 stim a th ons at mi

; : a + I The outfit included a bat | Sh Col 2 J 7 Council estimate the lo tr
visitors showed a keen interest in , an 7 en }
ona Gaciteettal i. all el b ball, bails and stumps, to- Ips 1ae than 75 ‘per cent More Hotels

During the night the Crowd en- gether with a tailored green |. Special att ion is directed
joyed the side shows. The Police and white track suit. Also ROTTERDAM, Holland | jthe Council Report to hat KIN TON, De
3and under Captain Cc E. Raison in the parcel was a pane of | ‘ Dec, 10 - calls distracted = savin I rt eee ret aN.
and the Mobile Cinema which a. ee es ,. The twenty thousand-ton Hol- | refer to such transactio t oar " sta: ‘ a t swory* 4
were both in attendance, through a window.—U.P. : ad panes. passenger — liner . CASABLANCA, Africa, Dec. 10. yes ang and” setting ‘of: gold which Winter if there is more hotel

During the afternoon a large aasdam knifed into a 268-ton Ove 000 troops under the pers« : PR s freely authorised in Fra o ,ceording to Hon,

\ a | ver 5, troops under the personal command of Resi- |, t

section of the crowd gathered at German motor tanker off here ~; lent General Augustin Guills : re ready a}, | DSC den A Minis-

the edges of the playing field to} oe exhibits than last year. Cab- early to-day and six German sea- I srael Gets dent General u ‘ie ee aume were re y - ores a peanut sed * February 1948 1 \ mtario

see a musical display by the CHADS Wak st, year. W? men were presumed killed when | any resurgence of Nationalist moting .ae tne orocca renchmen have been spe t

Mounted Police and demonstrations eee ae eee 400) their splintered crafts capsized. WwW r | _ tropolis pee ired to bury its dead today n metal because it could be i K t left the island

by the two police dogs and a po-| Geumitely better than the previous! = The Maasdam was en route wiN 5 P 1 t! Ir. Guillaume, ‘France's num- - jchased and sold anor holiday

ar y > ry r : 7 a ul ot ic
lice car. year. Christophenes were quite Up] New York with about 700 passen- | e esic en yer one Sblonial warfare expert W G | ivoiding taxation eomniraais
AGRICULTURE to standard and cucumbers 4&4] gers, The German vessel, the } ected troops which rushed ca the gold hoarded in Fy ‘s

SUGAR CANE improvement over last years but! Ellen was heading for Hamburg, A 2 Tae ce 8 laf - Sunday's riot ncluding de- . st verman |" idely ranging from eq 1G I * pr

. . i the exhibits of carrots were not] Germany A 21-gun salute thundered out | ; t f foreig onaire > s le 1 | ” ¥e ‘a

Considering the weather condi- y. re tachments of re egionait x Dy jalent of $8,000,000,000 to $14.1 ' ead ‘ ;
tions which prevailed during the quite as good. The Ellen carried an eleven-man| Ver this ancient holy city - flown in from Agadir last n ht i reside nt | 000,000, That would make I | con Bo ‘Ton.
year, exhibits in this section were Exhibits of peas and beans were} crew and a Dutch pilot. Six Ger- | #™nounce the inauguration o' tand iid “We will take il | gold stock the most imy iw . Minister fo
of a very good standard, There|Plentiful, but many of them were] mans and the pilot were resc ued Israel's second President Isaa|).cescary meastires to stamp | W ithdraws Request |, he world after the Unitea St Welfare. Ontario .
was no particular outstanding | disqualified for prizes because of}from the icy water but Ellen’s | Benzvi . ies __ithis campaign of hatred | UP Konne ; he ‘
stool like last year, but ae ve a short weights. Tnere were a few| first mate died soon after. The} rhe ou eres Guillaume made the statem« nt BONN, German Dec. 10. | — i i se t ome

~ rh Rhee, ¢ i he ‘ sollec Ellen's captain was thrown into the /C®sser to late Mt panphbe IZ jie representatives of the French West Gert resident The | a ne
good exhibits which carried off] Cauliflowers, and a good collection = . 5 w E iii é : | est German President 1€0 oc % hee la ; c
” m Pony lg a ee : : ot | of leeks, Celery was poor. Although water by the force of the crash tS 5 yw eg peer ect ctio of local Government./dore Heuss withdrew his reque mal Jamaica W il Be id ji me ae taih Merepiet — a

. ; ’ in Ch eal sincere seth sad let-| and is still missing. y . irlier police seized large 1 to the Federal Constitutional : eee
A. Section 1 won by Mt, Pleasant| there was the absence of head let TH cath of office before dignitarie: ' 4 {wr ’ i | ’ ’ 1° ‘ tiaa and — othe North
; és co rie heist 1e Maasdam was undamage ah oy gnivs Hbers of nationali racts 1 &i Court for opinion o ’ a . rth
St. Philip and B,. 4096 in Section of le or tet “ort. ye She resumed eae odes Se of his own and foreign lands in| }the minded of tr ritor nh ‘in ( on a Allied. Pea ee Se ene hor Film ns (C.F

2 ' Thies ‘ oO safy lettuce were sent in and] - oe . S enledn c on da Hic = 7 . 1 rerma a sace . j a“ —
iT _of Ae sam¢ clas 5 won by tinee aie aned aaa Southampton enroute to the U.S. ~~ ' —_ d Knesset (Parliament) }Arabs who refused to take part! tract and German rearmament are| HOLLYWOOD. De : }
Frizers Plantation in St. Joveph. Mr. E. W Rrathwaite of Welcn-| The _liner’s knife edged prow “> ane i id father, dip lin the Anti-French struggle } constitutional Metro Goldwyn Mayer « WV - Ty

Only about five estates sent in mn ; Hall St Thomas, was the|°® ught the Ellen amidships, | a “" (x oe o . oat UB. Y Pofite ted 70 d J Che President's action an-!crew and equipme nt’ will 1 man. ruman
exhibits in these classes, : : raped Satis achiiator is this crunching into the vessel’s plates. ae rere euniesarion mee the U . o iee are . 7 em nae | nounced by his office at Bonn was} parly in J rea as — -

As usual, the peasants’ exhibits a ™ S!The tanker was flung violently | Britain, France, Soviet Russia amd ftors at Beni Mella sa. 69 designed to break the mounting| 7 cat areas "4 W ants To Know
were few in number but the stand-| °!@5*- sideways and capsized. Crew rently hgh ranking church leaders, alga casablen a itself when the crowd) congtitutionalerisis that threatened | All -the-Jaroehere"W owe

hada aeher ye ah store ty 6 Wes ottrere Were Vetta
ard was not bad, One clump. oi 16°G ae wees _._ | bers above decks either jumped or! U N. officials attended the * Vanie oc before ihe"y car PHISOMT +5 block or at least delay in| co-starring ; Robe Se Tinie BOARD THE TRUMAN
B. 41211 was awarded the first], Castle Grant = Plantation, St-{were flung into the water. ney for the. release ot Sunday's rete | definitely plans for German con-| t -Grang Rh ECIAL "TRAIN, Dec. 10
prize, The exhibit was sent in by Joseph carried off the most prizes —U.P Two blackbearded, blackg@arb-|for the release of Sunday's riot-{, | pis . 0 w rerman ¢ Stewar Granger with Ri M | Se Wed wn
Mi sanees Soting ue Black Rock {in this section. There were good = ed guards announced the Pres- | ers . epuOr of 500,000 men to Weste rn Thorpe directing. Randall ”H 1 n eeneeeet
f exhibits of citrus, oranges, grape- ident-elect’s arrival at the Par- The overall number of arrested] “* me aX i Th ; o directot William P ul Spe ! Dou x I ae
FIELD VEGETABLES i fruit and manderines. The exhibits FO ; bli ~ liament building with trumpet |Moroccans* wag believed to be 1e action came afte a0 |jocation auditor id Sere i t it on

These exhibits on the whole/of golden apples were good, but asa anca like blasts on the shofar (ram’s | 300 One nation ilist demonstrator i ah nae ‘ ane pee — koff a mes ger rrives Gens ! oe
were as good as last year’s if not} pears although not as many as horn) the traditional Hebraic {identified a Mohammed Ben | ™2 Oe ee eee ee ee ee, |e. tang Monday to comp we : :
better, with oriental yams out-| thos e sent in last year were good} Mi r; D, of announcing great events. | Belai le died in the Casablanca : Go ‘ mee " President ae ae nM) arrangements for the : | ieinentil
standing. |in quality, but cocoanuts and ba- ourn ead Immediately after the new/civil hospital Tuesday fromyj“0V' nS! REPORT: ee eee ee ee ana porters aboard

There was a good collection «{ ine nas were poor. President had signed the formal wound received juris treet 117 vccording to word recei y nate Gn
Indian corn, in addition to pota-| CASABLANCA, Dec, 10, {document of inau A eae ane f oe ss la pel te aa ae er ahem mn Ped-| here U4 ( MacA name But
toes and eddoes which were up to} GROUND PROVISIONS AND, This largest city in French! had eh _ oe ti lbs . 1 ah: apitatos ‘ a sia Fey on \itutional Court here—the| Pre Roger
standard. Pumpkins were fair but VEGETABLES GROWN IN North Africa was in mourning] blue anc t : Mss f pre 1 ahd epare the Moro in it ferman judicial body Queens W ill | une th no ques-
the exhibits of breadfruit were SCHOOL GARDENS. today as thousands attended .the|/P"" WaS,0rocen i boomed over|. The riots we an to ipreme powers to de-| ‘ is refer~
poor. Only one basket was sent in. These exhibits although better! funerals for victims of the worst|*®"C *\° * & ; ° I test : ¢ Ne nt hether the 6 contract| * Ud

as se t u ! ite ‘Ale test the assassination la th 1e pear ntract| Tovgetl ‘ K . ki

Redland Plantation, St. George|than last year’s were not up iolcivil bloodshed in 30 years.) “‘brosident Benzvi's peech asi Rarvetary Gene: nth Seiethatnert axel pethner Friday scoupbbeaniaaiadaaied ipalebialani

carried off the most prizes with} standard. Fewer schools exhibited] Eight Europeans and at least 50 acceptance said the prime tasks Ge neral Confederatior constitutional or not "
Malvern in St, John second andj this year. The quality was fairly; Moroccans were killed Monday) ;., cing the nation were increasing ian workers Ferhat H | _ LONDON, Dec 6)
Castle Grant, St. Joseph third. {rood but the quantity was below!and 200 others seriously injured.) ymigr: ation to this homeland ‘4 | inwhile iuthorities ie ed he full court is believed to; “Queen Zein of Jor
GARDEN VEGETABLES ; expectations, . | ‘Protectorate authorities en- the Jews, and preserving the the. curfew imposed Sun in anti gove eee ee el Se eee ot [ a ein const
n this class there were a few On page 5 \ oy . + . rca oe within the ountry }|night as life returned nor ion by it la reaties| arrive ere by plane 1esda
e couraged mass attendance at the, pe ; } _vU P if ann _UP. tutional could wreck| night for a week's visit. She Y ®
- — |funerals of the eight Frenchmen | a? GBRORS can plans for imeorporation of a re met by the young king wt ‘ topping ays
: : Sisk weenapiak li 0 orporatio a re- ) “ king 10 4
bes ie aes aaa, rmed Western Germany in west | training at Sandhurst Militar
y letting out schools ‘ ence an ‘ fur “Le llege- Quee Ze will lu * 4
FORMER Gl BECOMES BLONDE BEAUTY, and government offices part of The B Of ! I M: n def and a United men with ya p. Zein, Fy ine . be ore X mas
Somenmngstt g the day. Meantime Civic groups | e e ) unis ay! : Buckingham Palace J
: bombarded French officials w ith } | po
messages and resolutions fe wim | Trinidad Chooses | sf
them for allegedly allowing —B » D d B KF hi |
sasiots ee, Or ae agita-! e epose 7 rene 1 3 For Coronation
% 7 violence
Typical was a_ telegram to| eo
Paris from the Federation of the TUNIS, Dee. 10 : Oe ree vere | g
so-called “Third College” Rep- Resident General Jean de Hauteclocque rushed to Car- PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 10
[resentative Consumers which said thage today for a “coun teous” 25-minute bedroom chat Che Government announced this }
Ser ae ieee ae rare about “generalities” with the ruling Bey while a Residency | aft« moon the three, serbe it |
la ps owed 1e iberty VaEf . , hee on ‘ “nO 4} the egistature selected to be th
lallowed to extremists provoked spokesman denied that France planned to depose the re oe, a ace of eel rl
by base instincts of racism and sovereign. fe Laje coronation. next
religious fanaticism.” } Minister of Information Ray- Her. F “arone ran: is h
g s fanaticism, * yea! They are Mr. Roy Joseph
uP ’ os | mond Marcellin refused to confirm | 7), ;, M ‘ t Ed r :
ere Speaker Rebukes or deny reports appearing in the 3 ae Uristar Mi A odt oe eA
press thtat Government planned to| 0°! Services, Mr. Ajodia singh
‘ Le D> depose the Bey. serigle pt wort ind Com
Mr. Eisenhower Due 8 Co. Membe rs Despite his reticence reliable | â„¢unication ind = Mis Audres
Our Own Correspondent ! official cireles discounted the story! Layne Jeffer M.B.E., promine
In Honalulu ‘PORT OF-SPAIN, Dec, 10 although. they gave more weight | social worker Miss Jeffers is presi-|



The Spe
TOKYO, Dec. 10, JCouncil, Mi

g The English language Nippon; morning
Times said Wednesday that Presi-|lators for
dent elect Eisenhower and Gen-|time for re
eral MacArthur will meet either | debate.
in Hawaii or on the West coast Mi
“of the U.S..to discuss Mac-
Arthur's plan to end the Korean





not. turning
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continuation of the



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ker of the Legi
William Savary this
trongly rebuked Lezis-

debate
|colony’s $62,000,000 budget which



THURSDAY,

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up on/er in the nationalist movement.
buda The Bey was in bed and “looked alli
tired" when he received the Resi- Johnny W illiamis
before |dent General. No official com- }
on the |}Munique was issued after Haute- Beats Weigand

ative

DECEMBER ii, 1952 PRICE SIX CENTS

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to the possibility that some action | dent of the Coterie of S«
may be taken against the Bey’s| ers

eldest. son Prince Cheduly, a lead- |

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Maintains

the same high

Standard
of Quality as
shipped to the

West Indies
for the past
itty years

Agents

war tee rier aidan, uni: | started iat Monday moraing v- |, The Bes sudden recovery fol- | HARRINGAY, England De, 10,
GEORGE W. JORGENSEN, Jr., (left), the son of a Bronx, N. Y., carpenter, |elect, a man high in his inner eee a teri aa rion on 6? | statements attributed is his olde at ae aa we ss
is shown shortly before he entered the Army where he served fortwo |circle of advisers” told the news-|;- ” nite ene t can ©8Y \son Prince Che duly that Franc e | He cruel sht : ahar anton oe I ‘ x-
years before being given an honorable discharge in 1946. Now George |paper where the meeting would ant ee ms. me to be ily. p} and the North African protectorate | en bourg ewe ne Ovelx “ee b22 |
is no more. After six operations, Jorgensen’s sex has been changed |take place. The Times gave no date). ~ 1°" © the responsibility of | were ny “at war’. —U.P. ibs. by a knockout in the fifth
and today (right) she is a normal, striking woman photographer in |for the meeting. Mr. Eisenhower pore members Mr. Speaker said round of a’ scheduled: ten-round
Denmark. The former GI’s parents were informed of the big change in |is due in Honolulu Thursday. ee ee Be nap bout here
a letter that Christine (that’s her new name) recently sent them. weUP oe in ee Weigand forced the fight during
Seine psec A oe ee _ a Ships Collide ie the first three rounds cutting
19 ARRESTED because there w is ne at i : Ss ri ete ceen wen hare sighs
, z / . 4 | J th v 10 Quorum o AN DIEGO, California fin the third round but after this
Miss Jorgensen Leaves Hospital | the Council. rae Dec. 10. || Williams improved
ALGERIA, Africa, Dec 10 | A “ Bi y escort timp 1 and } ig ae th i in the |
. i ma a {a coal laden freighte mped ir Weidand fo d the issue in
COPENHAGEN, Dec. 10. ,former United States soldier w nol ect m Peoples = 7 (p. a. 200 Arrested | port early to a afte I ; lea round but Williams skil-|
Christine Jorgensen, former,through a series of operations i: | arrested Sunday during N tionake ¥ collided 35 mile: thuve fully voids his right swings. In|
United States soldier left hospital , Denmark was transformed into it t riots in Sin ‘Sataichans pants . NAIROBI, Dec. 10. here last ght unde ve | the f round the Briton lan ida]
and was believed to be in seclu- ‘responsible blonde womar formally indicteg for partici, eh . vO hundred Kikuyu tribe men | gkie } a left and a smashing right to}
ln her relative Hospita iteimne Ap Hollywood earls elit a tinaned i aoe =. a ve e ar ested when police i ited The crews of both n iking Meer ny ae |
thoriti ois iad i not know 'year to make a movie. He ic os 1s atteskitig police a am in N yeri ; Distric ~ jur ccording to ¢ saan eae canes _ a ced |
whether the former George Jor-‘discussed the matter with Chri The trial is et for Thursday , +} ” cor ore ven ns | offict rhe collision knock red ' ith a fine ight "to faa
gensen had completed treatments{tine formerly known as George|to give defendants time rorgysaas dh ti te te - ; “ f et h the bow of the W snd down for the full|
that turned him into a girl but it}Jorgensen and said she told him] pare cases fP. Kik Oe cea ; oad 7 ;ou amage to the , 4 f the round had gone|
was believed she would still re-|she would leave Denmark as = a as sales be a a tee ‘ A UP. {
ceivé medical supervision. She ‘s|as her treatment is completed. e ent coal eee ae, +6 a | UP rere Te
not expected to jeave Denmarkjsaid he plans to bring Chri io. 6 Get Nobel Prize it ; let " ln ee re. ae | espe ' a rN GILBEY
for son ne. Medical authorities|here to ‘work on a percentage the M er a. | EMBASSY CHANGE “DEEDS NOT WORDS”
rid 1 change of sex it’s |basis, He predict ted that she wou | _STOC KHOL M, Dec. 10 : The ye a . en route fai- . P IF uw : “rene
tonars to contiwie: MARaDeTbe the ! Mia One: SR: 2S ceeet wae, OF sents to Nee HANDS TODAY DEMANDED FROM U.N.
reatmer pest fer ee t King Gustaf|plagued by an influx of lawless | Be ITY York
Whee, t sh ge | Stock ( ncert Kik 1 element bandonir j Dec. 1 = - Ramee
offers for r to star Christine on the stag ent ted oe: her 65 Kik I i 7 the eta. eo
har I h novies if she signs a nt i € ici ‘ - vey » i ined ic nd | Fesiene { ¥ pI
€ é hin He id i a ne = 4 ar Fort Hall after P tica , tr t
weer «| yng distance telephor eceive A p ith t v t
° ur J € —UP. ‘| —U.P —U.P f Ne Y UP !
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ATHER REPORT

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By EDWARD KO!
LIS, Dec, 10.
France is facin er [ iSL
cause the average Frenchn le
ticket or a bet on a horse
securities. A Prenchmal! ira
“sterile old thax ( punt
The Economic Council
the most qualified titul . .
France, has run i ‘ i ‘
and has call 8) j? ian
1 rse the « ¢ . 2 ve
en, away from investn Constitution





GARDINER AUSTINEC: a







AGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATI THURSDAY, DECEMBER_]1, 1952
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First Visit Trinidad recently. They will be | wOGAy aoe ae ee tae
AYING their first visit to the SPending about two months pe Ving seveles of the iene
i i acation at St. Lawrence Hotel,

. and Mrs, V8? ; at t king hots” . ‘
r. and Mrs Mr, Wolse is a keen deep seal! re taking shot for thi
production,

carefully before ou make plunge

Daily.

eauty spot and places of in- FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces)
May have to ponder legal and properts

contraets until more thoroughly analyzed



Caribbean are I
Frederick J. Hooker from Cin-

ROAD SAFETY FILM SHOW

’ 1s i : ate ons te careful between noon anc p
cinnati, Ohio, who arrived on | herman and intends to spen , Oe ee ee a ‘4









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Pi 4 z 4 “Text Hig Action Wit! “MONTANA BELLE” Jane BUSSELL |
Last Show Teda Lasi ? Shews Teday re 4.45 a 8 ~
‘ < r eo Gorcey & the
BRIDGETOWN (Dial 2310) cf . | “Bowery Boys it
Friday, 2.30, 4.45 and 8.30 p.m. THE BLUE LAMF SMUGGLERS
: ; ; and Continuing daily 4.45 and 8.29 LILL!t MARLENE ss owe
Ss" GEORGE SFEEL, | Vutrition Officer By = Harrison-Gaeay pm. MEXICAN HAYRIDE | ~stLvem THAIS’
trolle or T ment ke ealer : S c 3 Lo Ji Whip
ide coca oe M! S )UISE ORNE, Nut POR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11 oe 2a TOKYO FILE 212 | Bud Poste Wake) Wilsor
4 ( iward | - —
of € Car 5 1 ae . < which . < i Yoday spectal 1% Friday and Sat i
eturned f om ¢ : “ A : 9 = | dad by B.W.LA K . *¢ i 6 Qs : } ’ EVA Rod CAMERON in

Re acted W 1 | MAROH ¢! to APRIL 2 (Aries)—Kin, i &éAQw4 i | , B oxenes —

Fifth Sessi .o halleng ‘ — ones .. : | SILVER TRAILS Lex BAI re eee

( onference and attended th ;: er or r € has ‘ ; >K3 © Se42 : ' . wil . Op I ’ a

Fifteenth Meeting t - aad 7 i QA 864 g2ms | S Bs bm pe

bean Commissi vith nutrition! ApRm, 2 3 : ? rs { ,
auspices the Confer¢ Se problerr Why wit tes Bax 2 ieee : 4 : | WAGONMASTER Mae Tee AMP

were held. Whil 1ere she was a guest at | #¢nt mind » work for guins. Others AQIW? : | - ; and

: rm ¢ tempte » delay gue. har BOT PACE NATURE'S | .
Returning with 5 Geotr su pe Mare Guest House, Worth-! Cures e Don't pe. at , oe : i : | wm #1 idic HALF ACRE a le BIL
vere Mr. C. A, Grossmith, O.B.E r { : 5 1 vy + ; KEN Color Bhs’ ’
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Administrative Seeret to De Congratulations loan cl oo 1 (Genin) —Be os : om re Se pt | : } BRIDGETOWN BARBAREES OISTIN

velopment and — Welfare he CXONGRATULATIONS to Mr.! bavona reason or moody stubbormnece | ¢ South's elementary mistake : sm} 2018) oe or Ge! Sow

cted the United Kingdo \4 and Mrs. Geoffrey Foster of ;”* be frm. too, where you should. 3; a this hand from the 1950 : re . — ” azaaeenemuse so

Commissioner in the absence Rosly: Avenue, Belleville | ; World chara hips aiver ¢
Mr J. K Thompsor Coloni t he th « - , daughter on | Jae e e J S a : ae a la’ ok Pe a : ae ¥

! ‘ hom} fon “y th yirth » daug ) day in whch you 1 3 player chose an ?:

Attache in the Brit Embassy fue t D Bayley Clinic iF ea a barwees cor : 3 nse proment for a : R® &> a» é T HE ATRE §

he s unabie io t esent 1 cock iness ¢ frank but not ittin : ‘ake-out double :

who was unabi ej Vi . et ae na e , : + .

Javid Perciva A unt 0 Gort. Vet. Returns pMave tact with tuthfuiness : The American North : ‘i ———_—_——_-—-——_
mayas: Sercivay... Aenean a incense ore = redoubled to signal that he ! EMPIRI OLYMPIC ROXY ROYA
omic Advise ‘ or lle R. 3. PROVERBS, Govern- | _ ¥ 4 te AUC * (Lee)—Gene = could cope with any call by : To-day 4.30 & 8.15 7 & Tomorrow To- a hr

, Mh R ' < oa . [planetary indi you keer >| 3 East-wi i : ae ae. ©
and M t, G. Roe ¢ eo me Veterinary Surgeon, re- | Leoites. How the extie cone a = ‘Three ‘Diamonds "youd hs 3 * a MUNT THE ‘pp Mn Dose

tariat, H gs H i ed Tr inidad yesterday }a d wrong choice in matters affecting : nalised to the tune of 800. : 0p MAN DOWN Masterpiece SO GOES MY Lov!

: s orning by B.W.L.A. after attend- mportant results : Rast and, for some : : ‘ With With

“Lazeretto Christmas Fund ing a special meeting of the Veter- ‘ : unknown reason, South came : HE THIRD Gig Youngs SAMSON AND Don Amech«

NCE : om . f a Committee of the Advisory | 2UGUST 2 to SEPTeMBER zs (virgo) | 3 to the enemy's rescue with a : VISITOR 1 ao teeh ehae” Tang
NCE again the Committee o j FE. CARMICHAEL oat 7 ig ; - Auspicio wn per od for favoured ideas = bid of Three Hearts. : and DELILAH and
the a darett Ciitistmen / neil on Agriculture. This meet- } connected with your work, professiona 3 North. of se, was well : DANGEROUS Teck RIDE ‘RM
ene : , £ r » ving the z vitie iscus ther “ : ' course, 5 ; a echnicolor 5
lreat Christmas Gift Fund are Barrister-at-Law 1 ¥ - . ab d oa he out- oe oa her ell before ; aware, Fons nqiature of: reste PROFESSION Paes COWROY
bres ) oot nd sease wae s Starring ae 97

makin ¢ their’ annual app lug UE to arrive from England to- Marti ia 1 the Bore : Ceanitet on him for more i t G i Hedy } au With

regular ibser?bers and thy. aut day by the De Grasse is Mi : oe : De w Ln er n ng a eee ag" to OCTOBER 2% : than one trick in defence. : I 2 “a Vietor Mature Bud ooteaty
. Sal . y by tl 8! \ openec ( , » yf empting fortune =? : ws a. 4 , LOW nenlimneiwantoreene ou Costello
eral public Yor donations, Elliston Carmichael who has re- Dr. Proverbs returned in time }chance is foolhardy, - Use Labremy gend | : south Re Tere 3 ¥ J IN 45 8 K.Q m/Upening Saturday | —

«This fund is used for making cently passed his Bar Finals. Mr. to act as a jutige at® yesterday's | Devote time to careful planning made at the other table. 7] 2 ¢ ms a Caria sa ee we Tomorrow (Friday
1 special gift presentation to the Carmichael was formerly on the dog show . Dorouae a to NOVEMBER © seeeeessnsennsecamncssasnsenesseneesananoed 60 DON EDDIE Y luctions Presents) Millett Red Anthony Stee! “Bisate ; ; i
— of the home at Christ taff of m ele ae ati For Christmas (Scorpio) © grent déonbes London Kxrpress Service G Cooper it THE WHIPHAND |) Divah Sher dan Willian: Phipp
mas “his é E : y ¥ . . iia 5 *. give more progressive [HN N : ir 4

ae oe Senn cere wo Weeks R. RAMON PORTILLO ar- Don't, Be sdemanf. Your original | . AC gc ee item Ivory HUNTER | 2
official arrangements made | R. TED SILMER of Shel. Oil rived from Venezuela over [is will Gnd rs | es 4 Action-Packed LOST PATROL and TRAIN TO

Government and is much ap- | Caracas and Mr Norman the week-end os I A v. foe the } Westerr wit KATIE DID IT ALCATRAZ

-ciat yy . abne enslien Se a ake ee <4 - ~ (Smo SEG 3 “ . . NOVEMBER © t DECEMBER & igang Vict Vic Lag le with 3

yreciated t the inmate vho Croft of the Venezuela Telephone Christmas holiday Sagittarius)On the brink of fine | CROSSWOKD U Karte : 1 it Midnite Karloff Ann Blyth | a

experience a sense of pe | t ' , ‘ DICK WESSON ‘VIRGINIA GIBSON sr etPeTER wor : ; es TRE DAKOTA KID
. 0., are at presen pending two . - period. See that you are in on what's 7 ’ " ur ganem & Dow 30 pr _ Mark Stevens | — aes
remembrance at this ‘ veeks holiday + St. Lawrence To Film Barbados doing. Stay “in line,” both in personal * | PHYILIS KIRK AILEEN STANLEY IR ROY DEL RUTH rae toa Saturday at Midnite) Paring , Saturday

Sanson, Hotel, eho ; ~~ EXOUR member ia i : 7 UL TRAIN TO JUTCAST OF Whole Serlal ‘u, Tithe

. . i » embers o ne athe on ° . HE ; ina iversal Doub!

_ All gifts can be sent to Mr. They expect to return to ik Film Unit are due to arrive| DECEMBER 2s t JANUARY 21 (Capri- ALE ARRAZ THE TRAIT. DAUGHTER ook Mann
C, B. Allamby at the Advocate Caracas next week today from Trinidad on a two} f?™)—Prudent handling of affairs should any d wih @ TERRITORY
office. Should anyone find it Deep-sea Fisherman day visit. They are making ’ re A pao AR. Pe ee BARBAREES bia | Sine , ee Aur ene
dificult to get their donation P ; new reel ‘of ome of the W L : PLAZA (Di al : 5170.) eee eee eee ee eee ee re ee ‘BUCCANEER GIRI

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forwarded, they will be collected MoM" and MRS, ROBERT A islands’ and have already visited|,¢aNUAR*,, ™.,, FEBRUARY 20) .

Just dial 2235, WOLSE of Southport, Cone) Tt Sica and Peitided en earn e alert ta: whabe-what FRIDAY 4.45 and 8.30 p.m.

i a ; ‘ a i at ound ou there sho »e some new cu cieweeare Sao
necticut arrived by B.W.LA. fréin ccess awaiting you soor But check and Continuing at —— —



























































r : , Ch i ,, * Ti lervice to overforce issue Must be firr
Monday evening by B.W.LA,. via nost of ‘his holiday fishing ildre st Toy Se va 7 " ’ pr.nciple | Across
Puerto Rico and will be remain- Opening Night FW HE Annual Children’s Toy YOU BORN TO-DAY: Active, am rade oven remade. (9)
. re : babel J ; : : Ser. . eka ‘ yitious, clev but ray be ed at \ mash upsets Crete? (9 ‘ ’
ing, until New Year's Day. as TPYHE Barbados Players pro Service, sponsored by the] Line" ers kita ute "Sear | Rubee, aon, ore? IT MIGHT BE YOU'
gue ts at the Ocean View Hotel. duetion of the thriller “The *.'Y ee ne otners men wainst giving wa tc tempe it ant rage of a wandering
Sales Manager of The Stearns Third Visitor,” directed by Lady “''! reld at St. Michael's)": Oe Real’ tnd anal’ other “eritt kind, (6) teed. (3) and
eBid Foster Co; Cotton. Mill of Dangan opens at the Empire Cathedral on Thursday, December] jie “you. Pray. always. for. guidance The heart of a steed. (4
\ é s é a 3 ike you. Pray always for guidance. | ; 3 »f yhich men ran. (6) “= W ”
Cincinnati, Mr. Hooker said that Theatre tonigmt.ai.8.20. and con. /8 at 4.30 p.m Pirthdate: His Holiness Pope Leo X ia Fi weckie. shrub... (6) ORTH THE RISK
they generally spent their holi- tinues tomorrow with © Treatines The Cathedral will be attrac-}patron of learning; Hector Berlioz, Fr. | eo dB ye “Heo Eton. (4)
days at Delray Beach, Florida, at 5 p.m. and ends with another tivety decormed with illuminatea|oorr 0. Note | comes ae 4 :
: - . , - » * . é s é y When to get on both ways. (4) ‘ " a . ,
but this year, they decided to show the same evening at 8.30. trees ar cene depicting the | 02, Regard, (9) will be shown at the BRIDGETOWN PLAZA
come a little further south to see Hi Excellency the Acting Nativity Down . ‘ i issi
‘ s E y J gl ° e ; aT Pr by kir srmiss 2 | remen
what Barbados was like, having Governor, Mr, R. N, Turner and Children are asked to give Listening Hours ae wer os io ey oy ta starring | ’ " 1. ee ee eee
ae Ras econ reports about Mrs, Turner will be attending genereusly and gifts are to b siantshendah nlceietine ay) ved Fabric | wisted sik thread. (9 BEN JOHNSON - JOANNE DRU at
» isle om . friends at t ght’s rfo a » brought to t > “e vran- . Ss. £ i v2 7 i » bullc 2 to? , en oY c
€ inc rom rel riend onigh performance ugt he ervice unwrar 1.00—0.00 p.m 25.53M Wt aa ot includes it ? (4) HARRY CAREY, Jr. WARD BOND 30 p.m. on MONDAY, 15TH DECEMBER, 1952
home. Mhis play had a successful run ped Sate ! a ane wou nave upper air. (5) weit CHARLES KEMPE } L f I yee UU Ri » 1902
Although they have not been at the Duke ¢ frork's Theatre The toys are stribute it > Me News, 4.10 p.m. The Dail ts hose belonging to me ‘ . : : :
: Fe ne Be Se Sen Aon SOS AG. ORs Hae Samce RIL MS pun 'No Name, 448 Bam) |). BEE) wager. (4) ALAN MOWBRAY » JAME DARWELL Holders of a eurrent Driver's Licence will be ad-
h h ‘ 4.1 No Nar ’
ere long enough to see much of London and received high praise Christn to the children at the Bs} BBC C aor | sre tem tidier ? (6) . . ‘ >
the island, their first impressions from the leading English paper Hospital, the Nightingale Home} orchestra Te ; : ah rhe answer could be a ‘emon mitted FREE OF CHARGE.
are very good and they are look I inderstand that there are and many other ghildren’s insti-| 6.00—7.16 p.m 11.32M, 49.7)M | ») . . " .
ing forward to a happy stay here, still lots of good seats available, tutions 7 . | isty-one,? BO ginsie, (4 These films are worth while anetne:
es ; : ‘ 6 p.m. Welsh Miscellany, 6.15 p.m. ! art of the rocket. (+ —=t@ ipa +e 5 “-¥ . inp 4 Sone -Binle hecd
i; vextet f Ahoy, 6 e p m, i ts Poni tion of yesterday's ( tzale a Aeros Plus:--Special Added Attraction: a ee ee ~ MICHELIN’
7 News from Britain, 7.15 p.m. We see} Rarxds 12 3. Talon; 3 Walt Disney's R. T. MICHELIN,
ty Beachcomber Britain | vivant 2 sie | NATURE'S HALF ACRE
eee 4 ‘ ta | (si Eventty); . a Gree; .¢ % ee °
T45—10.80 p.m. S1.29M, 4 Ms Need. Down: 1 : Geari box Commissioner,
rend ncaa pital anenit bella _ -- <, Arranged Eagle: & (Printed in Technicolor) i
% j ss . 5 “ . Ce . f . ° oaned: 3. tive, 14 a : { .
A*S the only foreman cutter in “You did not catch that one,” the ground, If the hen-house itself] , 7.45 p.m, Some eens oo | Sheer: 1” Sentone were Bent The Thrilling True-Story of The Barhados Police
this street who ean cut an said his favourite wife. “You is to be converted into a rabbit-|¢.,., pear of the Week, 845 p.m | 20, (sup) Pose Nature’s Outdoor Species. le
egg in half with a sponge, and bought her at the slave-market hutch a special temporary licence] Special Dispatch, 9 p.m. The Man who | j <=
vice versa, I was interested in the on your way home.” “Night- is needed. The permit to apphy|>reke the Bank, 10 p malt Spe aaa |
repetition, by a lecturer, of the ingale of ten thousand moons,” for this licence expires after 14 MR pee a aggre tap! \

Sen-Lord

difficult as it seems if you put have seen the ones that got the application for the licence is} —————

your mind to it.” away,” made. This is to avoid redun- e } i 3 9 ,
’ sn passing

i ; > A Day in the Life of the First | Cla 0 L
old nonsense : “Nothing is as replied the Sultan, “you should days anc must be renewed before 8.2 : 19 30 pm: No Name 7 One 4 $s nm Ly

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How would he set about un- (Chronicle of Ismet the Bald). dancy ' 1. |
, i ’ , “redi , > ‘jal-}
anne a bottle of wine with a A ie The odd man out rue discrediting of es ae A 20,000-ton British liner, just ‘
cone PuCEleS By yea was over at Whacks- ist politicians fe ner wt ordered from Harland and Wolff, 2,
Foulenou rh’s sy le traw Manor. The ladies, such ceeds ey Oe oy aes keep of Belfast, by the Shaw Savill "
gas system ey a ba whi’ Ea guilt cases adles, SUCH entertaining. They cannot , |Line, will not carry cargo of any
APTAIN FOULENOUGH has J % this age of crude supessti- as they were, had withdrawn row-| their mouths shut. In order to | kind
“ as + th surprise to Te dil saving panties © 3 ‘
won a good deal of money { ue a iia cnet Mest iva it e r ane aoe tie B: ae es * explain the easing of the housing | She is due to make her maiden | .. ‘ s ; ‘ e
oh horses lately. Has the Captain * eee # Peng pr ak : Ri ee a wats ile , nike situation, one of se that | voyage to Australia and New tea IS especia \ convenient
& sys > The Te weshht ing OF de “tess = 100) andy, ang vile . 5 » weather of September | Ze, 95 —
ay hag se magic vitamin tablet which flushed with wine, were boasting] )* ‘ ths somebody should, The liner whose design is oes ici
Mae a casdien nace in ah oan made short children grow tal of thetr brace Waistcoats were pti Maibolbey ‘of "thal utter-| likely to include some new ideas, mages big or Visitors
face : 1 tectac had ‘Hosite ‘ very quickly, American scientists undone, and braces were stretched eal not in order to score cheap| will make four round voyages a oo.
ange at snares curse milne swore by these tablets, so, of and released with an insolent}) voting ints, but as a record) year. . wn r ” +
man with ‘a telescope some miles course, a lot of short children twang. One gentleman made no SE oantal ty of professional! All passengers will have the Located at “The Village, Marine Gap, in the
away. This man reports by short- were’ dosed with them. What is attempt to show off his braces Oe ae st rhict t motel ISRICE Mile DORN URHOOS OMNES: Orme
wave radio to tee Captain in ee ay ust Mearsge = s "" acest politicians to-day tn of the ship, which is to be to serve those who wish to avoid the busy down-’
private room of a big public urprising is that the experiment “Show your braces ir cried a one class. ¢ . t ae eee ee -
a” eine ae : 1 4 ~ was at once stopped, when it was rude voice, “or are you ashamed tl-piece {| Even when the ship is full— Ree et “
_— r oe ae arian te found that the children were not of them?” Ele who was shus.ag rs oR vaiting 20 minutes in| she will take 1,200 everyone a Currency Exchanged; Funds Remitted or trans-
few ‘ Sai ‘Tat ang - - urowing taller. Admissions that (ressed smiled sadly, Then, un- & FTE ort ae vatl iral will have an air-conditioned cabin CLUB POINCIANA a = be Set ferred. sien
few minutes later hi horse is «coientists” are not infallible are “Oing his waistcoat, he revealed a restaurant in a ca ae to steep in oO Travellers’ Cheques Letters of Credit nego-
Shee ae pa S50 D0 ine tedday the fact that he wore no braces,Joty T was told = ‘ a me ta ta to be built ate yard “THE VILLAGE " ; Cashed; tiated.
ines” nae Gas = ve Of “G@HE was seen,” says an item His breeches were tied with string Rett eae, raat re pota- from which a new Shaw Savill LAY % Chequing Accounts Con- Savings Deposits accept-
-ourse, he has always made an ; baa ‘. Mocking laughter greeted his dis-}there was “a shortage a- 7 4 . : : S ducted ed
pr si eae of news, on an elephant’s cing Jaughter greeted his dis 4 " rg ad| cargo liner, the Cymric, has just = . *
arrangement with the bar-man 174" on hor 64th. birthday iF Prob. Comfiture, Boxton’s Braces Help,|toes,”’ (¢) the dish I wanted had hdén Mnrened “EE. Rees eae re a Stock Market Quotations Avaiiapie.
sae Pri come shall have jiiy she had been unable to get You To Hold Your Head Up_In}been eaten ; : ee eater a a 2 BRANCHES IN BARBADOS.
broken own, so t hat the broad- Gown Any Company! Don’t Be The Odd 3959599999999 99 99S SOSS9F SPPIOPED DODD EVID DOP IDORS, Perens = Bridgetown Branch:—H B. INCE, Manager.
aes, sf the race cannot be Prodnose: That does not ex- Man Out! Let Boxton Brace | ; " Hastings Branch:—H, L, INNISS, Officer in Charge.
0, Pp “
: plain why she was up there in the You! tales ; G L |) B lt
Uneurk ra place, : ; }: ye ac sans thee, sll :
. stm 4 Myself: Perhaps it was her idea ° iS column, e wh > we « . : 7.
oes 2 M1 = J. of a good birthday. Or perhaps be no opening paragraph to-day, TO-DAY 4.45 and 8.30 p.m, (Last a ehh
ummings on the rising flood she mistook the elephant for @ %% December 11 falls on a Thurs- ICIDENT” and “LEAVE HER
y es ‘ s x é i } s} an ah 4 .
of barbarous abbreviations print- rhinoceros lay this year BORDER INC HEAVEN”

ed ~ letters prompts me Prodnese: Why should she want What is it?

to as how many people know to ride a rhinoceros at her age? > TICE COCKLE-CAR
’ Me ’ . R, JUSTICE COCKLE-CAR-

Whether the following are in- Myself: Perhaps it was her first ROT Ww * ‘alled u Rae

vented by me or are actually in chance of riding one F ae aes P.

(Ricardo MONTABLAN) Gene TIERNEY and TO BRIDGETOWN

Cornel WILDE.



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existence to-day. Prodnose: But why should— 3 : ; sealed nied . satiate ie iid . 0 OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
FOMP, ECOSOC, SCOP, NAF, Myself: Perhaps her mother he baie Rn ai egal Opening TO-MORROW 5 and 8.3
UNBO, GATT, BITO, owned the beast, and couldn't ride ye enna doross a lane at A New Action Double - - -
Wisdom of the ages Ay pete thet day. Now wo away. night, must it have a rear light? “DON’T BOTHER TO KNOCK” ;
CERTAIN Vizir, to give Procedure-schedule _. Mr. Tinklebury Snapdriver, Q.C., tichard WIDMARK — Marilyn MONROE
pleasure to his lord, stocked UET’S department has laid held that Lae ar it a and
a fish-pond with beautiful Circas- down that the construction of hand-propelled vehicular entity, an > . 7 , y y q?
sian dancers. One evening the q rabbit-hutch on ground pre- Mr Honey-weather Gooseboote, THE RETURN F OF THE TEXAN B06
Sultan came to fish, and the viously used for a hen-house re Q.C., held that it was a non- Dale ROBERTSON Robert DRU eS :

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Vizir had baite? the hook with quires a separate licence, On vehicular construction tempora~
rcre sweetmeats from Akbara. application for the licence an rily vehicularised- Cocklecarrot)
Very soon the Sultan landed a inspector will visit the site, to adjourned the hearing Expert}
dancer, and carried her home. take measurements,and to survey witnesses are to be called

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THURSDAY. DECEMBER il, 1952

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

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REPORT OF SALARIES COMMISSIONER a

I support the requests in (i)
and (ii) as similar employees
are fed at the hospitals in Trin-
idad. As regards (iii) it seems
equitable that as these officers
are fed im the same way as
nurses, they should be similarly
treated when they go on leave.

As regards (iv). (v) and (vi)
I am unable to support the re-
quests as officers of similar sta-
tus are not given rations or allow-
ances in Trinidad.

(B) LIVING OUT ALLOW.
ANCES

Nurses, who cannot be accom-
modated at the Hospital Hostels,
have asked that their weekly
allowance of $4 be increased.
The corresponding allowance in
Trinidad is $15 monthly. I there-
fore see no reason for increasing
the allowance.

(C) LAUNDRY ALLOW-
ANCES

(i) The nurses have requested
that their weekly aie
ance of $1.20 be increased
to $1.50. They are in re-
ceipt of cost of living al-
lowances which are in-
tended to meet increase in
expenditure which they
may have to ineur, The
allowance in Trinidad is
$5 monthly.

Ambulance drivers have
asked that their uniforms
be laundered free of
charge at the hospital or
that they be given the
standard laundry allow-
ance. As drivers in Trini-
dad are given allowances
I support the request.

(D) FREE ISSUE OF

(ii)

TOOLS
I cannot support the request of
the carpenters at the General

ospital for a free issue of tools.
Artisans in the Service and in
private enterprise are expected
to provide their own tools.

(E) RENT ALLOWANCES

(1) Nursing attendants and
nurses at the Mental Hos-
pital have asked that they
be given rent allowances
as no provision is made
for accommodating them
at the institution. I see no
reason why they should
not be treated in the same
manner as nurses at the
General Hospital, The liv-
ing-out allowance in Trini-
dad as mentioned in (B)
hereof at $15 per month is
paid to the nursing staff at
the Mental Hospital.

(2) Medical officers, who by
the terms of their appoint-
ment are entitled to free
furnished quarters, state
that they are given an

allowance equivalent to
10% of their salaries, if

they are not provided with

quarters,
I suggest that the Trinidad
regulation quoted hereunder

might be considered by Govern-
ment; —

“Where a_ married
rents non-Government furn-
ished quarters at a monthly
rental exceeding the aggregate
of 10 per centum of his
monthly salary and 5/12 per
centum of the estimated value
of the furniture ordinarily pro-
vided for an officer of his
grade renting Governinent
furnished quarters, the month-
ly allowance shall:—

officer

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TRAFFIC

In Carlisle Bay

Schooners:—Franklyn D.R., W. I
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a) If his monthly salary
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equivalent of the
ence between such
diminished by 5/12 per
centum of such estimated
value, and 10 per centum
of his montly salary;
if his monthly salary ex-
ceeds $500, be the equiva-
lent of the difference be-
tween such rental so
diminished and $50 pro-
vided that no allowance in
either case shall exceed
$50.”

(F) UNIFORMS

{1) The nurses claim that stu-
dent nurses (blue uniforms)
are supplied with uniforms
annually, while they are
given issues every two years.
They ask that issues be
made annually to them.

I see no reason why the usual
practice of supplying all nurses
with annual issues should not be
followed.

(2) The request of the Keeper of
Clothing at the General
Hospital for uniforms is not
supported by me,

AIRPORT TRANSPORT
EXPENSES

32. Airport employees who are
not provided with quarters at or
near the Airport have represented
that they have to travel each day
to and from the Airport at their
own expense. It is usual for
Government either to provide
transport for such employees or
to meet their travelling expenses,

I recommend that favourable
consideration be given to their
representations.

HARBOUR AND SHIPPING
MASTER

33. The messenger at the
Harbour and Shipping Office re-
ceives an allowance of 70 cents a
day (Sundays and Holidays ex-
cepted) for signalling ships in ad-
dition to his salary as messenger.

This allowance is in my opinion

adequate,
PRISONS

House Allowances

34. Prison officers have asked
that they should be granted house
allowances similar to those grant-
ed to the Police Force.

I cannot agree that the reasons
for granting house allowances to
the Police Force are applicable to
the Prison staff. I therefore re-
commend that the application be
rejected,

AGRICULTURE
Station Allowances — Peasant

Agricul/ural Instructors

35. An allowance at the rate of
$240 is payable to each of the
Instructors in charge at six Agri-
cultural stations. They have re-
quested that the allowance be in-
creased to $480. The allowance
was made to these resident In-
structors in view of additional
duties and _ responsibilities and
increased working time as com-
pared with those Instructors en-
gaged in district duties only and
in view of the fact that they were
precluded from keeping their own
produce gardens and from_ the
facilities of keeping small live-
stock,

There is no adequate reason for
increasing the allowance.

ORDERLIES AT GOVERN-
MENT HOUSE —

36. The Private Secretary has

recommended that the allowance

does
the
differ-
rental

(b)





Molasses
ae

As Medicine

In the House of Commons on
Wednesday, November 26, Mr.
Sorensen, (Labour, Leyton,) ask-
ed the Minister of Food what 1s
the importation of molasses this
year as compared with the two
previous years; and if he is aware
of the difficulty of securing this
commodity for domestic use; and,
in view of the medicinal value of
molasses, if he will undertake to
secure an adequate supply.

Major Lloyd George, Minister
of Food, said in his reply: “I
sume the hon. Member is referring
to crude black molasses... Imports
are not separately recorded in
official statisties.. Imports of mo-
lasses for domestic consumption
are freely permitted from the
sterling area and if there is diffi-
culty in securing supplies it is not
because of any restrictions on the
issue of import licences.

“I understand that licences to
import more than 500 tons have
been issued so far this year.

as-

B.U.P.







of $53 per annum voted for order-
lies on duty at Government House
be increased to $108 per annum
so that the small allowances to tne
Sergeant and Corporal Chauffeur
may be increased and an allow-
ance be given to the Constable-
Chauffeur who at present receives
no allowance.

The recommendation appears to
be most reasonable and has my
support,

DEPUTY MARSHAL AND
MARSHALS

37. The Deputy Marshal and
Marshals have made the follow-
ing requests: —

(a) That they be granted the
same Plain Clothes allow-
ance as are granted to Writ
Servers in the Police Force

(b) That they be granted over-
time allowances for attencd-
ing jurors empanelled over-
night

(c) That the present travelling
allowance, viz, $30 monthly»
for the Deputy Marshals
and $24 for Marshals for
which they have to account,
should be treated as general
allowance, for which they
would not have to account.

My recommendation is that the
three requests be rejected, as it
is not customary elsewhere to pay
allowances as at (a) and (b) and
there is no hardship to give an
account of expenses incurred as at

(ce).
OVERTIME
A. Post Office Messengers
38. The Colonial Postmaster
has recommended that overtime
to Messengers at the rate of 24c.
per hour be increased to 48c, per
hour A fair rate in my view
would be 36c. per hour,

B. Night Duty Allowance To
Inspector Of Waterworks

The Water Engineer has recom-
mended that an allowance of $240
per annum be paid to Inspectors
for approximately 40 hours overs
time monthly. IT cannot support
the recommendation as the amount

of overtime by these officers is
insignificant and I have stated
elsewhere that I consider their

salaries are already too high.

MISCELLANEOUS.
SUBJECTS
39. The Police and Fire
3rigade Association raised various
questions relating to:—
(a) Re-engagement
(b). Insurance
(c) Leave
(d) Pensions
(e) Medical Services
(f) Police and Fire Brigade
Association — Provision to
be made in the Act.
As these matters are outside
the scope of my enquiry I do not
propose to comment thereon.

ANOMALIES
te
40. There is only one case,
which was dealt with by the
Turner’s Committee, that I feel

shoulda be reconsidered by Gov-
ernment; it is that of the Head-
master of the Boys’ Foundation
School. ‘

It has been pointed out that it
is possible for the Deputy Head-
master with a responsibility al-
lowance of $480 per annum to
draw more than the Headmaster.
Such a position should not, in my
opinion, be allowed,

MAIL NOTICES —

Mais for Dominica by the Sch, W. L
Eunicia will be closed at the General
Post Office a inder

Parcel Mail at 12 noon,
Mail at 2 p.n and Ordinary
2.30 p.m TO:DAY Thursday
December, 1952

Mails for St. Lucia by the M.V. Lady
Jow will be closed at the General Post
Office as under

Registered
Mail at
lith



Parcel Mail at 12 noon, Registered
Mail at 2 p.m. and Ordinary Mafl at
2.30 p.m. on Friday, 12th December,
1952

Mails for Dominica, Antigua,, Mont<
serrat, Nevis and St. Kitts by the M.V
Moneka will be closed ut the General
Post Office as under

Parcel Mail at 12 noon, Reg,stered
Mail at 2 p.m. and Ordinary Mail at
2.30 p.m. on Friday, 12th December,
1952

———_—_—_—

4 eC , y ony,
RATES OF EXCHANGE
Selling NEW YORK Buyimg

72 1/10 pr. Cheques on
Bankers 70 4/10% pr
Sight or
Demand Drafts 70 2/10% pr
72 1/10 pr. Cable
70 6/10". pr. Currency 68 9/10) pr
Coupons 68 2/10% pr
50% pr Silver 20°) pr
OANADA
78 4/10% pr. Cheques or
Bankers 76 7/10% pr
Demand Drafts 76.55 pr
Sight Drafts 76 4/10%° pr
78 4/10% pr. Cable
716 9/10 > pr. Currency 75 2/10" pr
Coupor 74 5/10 % pr
20° pr Silver 20°) pr

a

A NEW SHIPMENT JUST OPENED AT LOW PRICES: {

Lovely designs in Plastic and Oil Cloth suitable for Table Cloths for the
Season, also Fancy Cotton Floral Table Cloths.

Obtainable at - - -

A. E. TAYLOR LTD.

DIAL $4100.

Where Qualities are HIGH and PRICES LOW.

Worn by men for Comfort, Quality and Style, the’ very best Selection of

JOHN WHITE CASUALS

in Brown and White, Brown Suede, Brogue, Box Oxfords, Tan Willow
Oxfords, also Two-tone Brogues prices varying from

$8.43 — $11.83

Crepe-Soles, also Brogues and Dress Shoes

Prices varying from - - -

Best Quality GEORGE WEBB SHOES: Casuals in Brown with Leather & }
}
i

The Small Store with Real Bargai

DIAL 4100







$13.72 — $17.90

Low Prices







PART TIME OFFICERS
4 I regre tt









been possible, withi the short
time allotted tc to present my
repori, to bmi ecommendation

egard t he emoluments of



Part Time Officers I shall, how-
ever, at the earliest possible op-
portunity submit recommend-

ations separately
APPENDICES
42. Below is a summar
tachments

Appendix |

of ate

Comparative State-

ment of the Annual “Cost of
Living” Allowances Paid to
Monthly Employees in Bar-

bados and Trinidad.
Appendix I]—Schedule of Posts

Under “Personal Emoluments”
(Exclusive of Unestablished
Staff).

Appendix III Schedule of
Monthly Employees “Un-

established Staff”
“Personal Emoluments”

Appendix IV Schedule of
Monthly Paid Employees Paid
from Votes Under “Other
Charges.”

Appendix \ Schedule of
Monthly Paid Employees Paid
from Special Funds

Appendix VI—Schedule of Non-
Graduate Teachers in Second-
ary Schools Paid from Grants-
in-Aid.

Appendix VII—St

Paid Under



itement Show-

ing the Additional Cost of the
Recommendations Contained
in The Report for the Next
Six Years Over the Cost
Zased on Present Scales of

Salaries and Wages

43. I would like to express to
Captain R A Sealy whose
services, as Secretary, were placed
at my disposal, my grateful thanks
for making all arrangements for
interviews and visits to institu-
tions and for the peed and
efficiency with which he supplied
any information that I needed

ERROL L. DOS SANTOS

Salaries Commissioner.
24th November, 1952.

In paragraph 41 of my Revort
of the 24th November, 1952. I
stated that I would submit at a
later date recommendations relat-
ing to Part-time officers

Chaplains of Institutions
With the exception of the Chap-

Jain of the House of Assembly who
is a retired Vicar on pension, the

Chaplains are either Vicars or
Rectors of Parish Churches and
as such receive remuneration

which was recently increased un-
der the recommendations of the
Turner Committee's Report. 1
therefore cannot find any adequate
grounds for recommending any in-
creases to their allowances as
Chaplains.

As regards the Chaplain of the
House of Assembly it is for con-
sideration of the Members of the
House whether the allowance for
this honorary post should be in-
creased.

PANTHER
PANIC

BARHEIN, Persian Gulf
Nothing like it had ever hap-
pened before on the peaceful
island of Bahrein. The sun-soak-
ed islanders had never seen such

an animal. Neither had the
policemen. So, before they set
out to track it down, they were

shown two others caged nearby.
And, for ten hours, while they

searched, panic and fear gripped
the island, business came to a
standstill, schools and streets
were closed, houses and doors
locked.

The cause? A panther, one ol

three on their way to London by

cargo plane.

Under cover of early morning
darkness, it had broken from its
cage and slipped.out of the air-
craft. The panic began at 7 a.m.
when its escape was revealed as
the transport was about to leave.

The news spread like wildtire
through the island. It reached
His Highness Sir Dhaikh Suliman
Bin Hamad Al Khalifa, ruler of
Bahrein. He ordered his cousin,
Excellency Shaikh Khalifa, gen-
eral commander of the police, to
search the island, capture the
panther if possible, otherwise,
destroy it

But armed poiice§ and
amateur hunters could for
find nothing

Then, at 4 p.m, a wide-eyed
fisherman raced in to tell how he
a sleek, black animal

Arab
hour

had spotted

asleep in a 9 ft, fishing boat
anchored off shore.

An armed car dashed into the
shallow water and towards the
boat, waking the dozing panther
which snarled, hissed and un-
sheathed it claws. A marksman

shot it dead.

Apparently the panther escap-
ed while the tide was out, strolled
down to the beach and then
climbed into the boat. There it
dropped off to sleep in the seore!-
ing Bahrein sun, while the tide
surrounded it.

The body was taken to a publ
square for all to see And its
skin is to be cured and added 1
trophies in the royal palace.

Its loss is a piece of bad luc!
for the London Zoo,

“Work At U.N. Not
Satisfactory”

NEW YORK, Dec. 9.
Soviet Foreign Minister Andre







Vyshinsky sailing for home to
jday said that the work of the
United Nations Genera) Asser

| bly as an instrument of peace w
| not satisfactory. Vyshinsky m
the comment before newsreel and






television cameras before he left
in the French liner Liberte.

He said “you asked me to
a few words before ‘iy depart
I do that with pleasure Ti
holidays are coming nd I wv
|say a few words. “Actually the
first thing I would like to say
about the United Nations.’ A
though the work of the Assemt
jis on % finished yet it shows
that the General Assembly does
not fulfil its duty for peace. It
| duty is fighting for peace The
very fact that they’ adopted a
resolution which not promoting
peace shows that its work as ar



strument of peace is not
factory. —U.P.

satis-

Medical Officers

had an





duties.
There are not:

their
any posts whose

t Ww opportunity :
f 2 € ing the terms of ap- emoluments require revision
point and the time spent by My recommendations are = as
these ficers in the discharge of under: =
HEAD OF SERVICE- No. Present Proposed
Emoluments Emolumen’s
Folice— $s $
960 (2,160) 2,496
Medical Officer, District “A” 5 240 300
Medical Officers
isons— l 960 1,800
Surgeor
ledica 1 960 1,320
Assistant Health Officer '
(Maternity Hospital) 1 1,152 1,680 }
Visiting Obstetrician
(Lazaretto) 1 960 1,152 }
Surgeon . oe
(General Hospital)
Asst. Medical Officer, 1 480 576 }
VD. Dept. .. ee

Supervisor of Gardens,

General Hospital
The Supervisor receives
lowance of $120 per annum



an al-
She

has requested that her allowanc®
be increased to $180 per annum as
the pervision of the pden at-





tached to “Avalon” building flats
occupied by Medical Officers, has |
been entrusted to her. |

I see no objection to the small}
increase,

Dos SANTOS.
Commissioner

(Sad.) ERROL I
Salaries



Action Against |

Red Army

By DENIS MARTIN
BONN,

Britain has taken drastic action
against the six-man Red Army
Military Mission which since the
end of the war has been operating
in the British Zone of Germany,

From now onwards no_ Red
Army officer may cross the Rhine
in a westerly direction in any part
of the British Zone.

And German police in all cities,
towns and villages of the Lower
Rhineland and Ruhr are under
instructions to see that this order
is enforced.

The new British ban, the first
major restriction ever imposed on

Red Army mission, was trans-
mitted to the white-fronted, red-
roofed villa from which the Rus-
sians work in the Westphalian spa
of Bad Salzuflen

British Army and Royal Air
Force red-cap patrols were at once
posted on day and night duty on



all bridges crossing the Rhine.

Their orders were to inform any
Red Army officer of the new in-
struction and to escort him in a
proner manner back to the East-
ern bank

The area cut off from the Red
Army men includes large tracts
ef land now being developed as
the new headquarters of Britain’s

army of the Rhine and as modern
military airfields for Jet aircraft,

South Africa |
May Have

Karly Polls

JOHANNESBURG, Dec. 9.
Sources close to the Cabinet
aid that Government is consider-
ing an earlier general election

date because the anti-administra~
tion feeling is spreacddng to areas
formerly regarded as safe

Another factor was the belief
that Prime Minister Daniel Malan
has been asked by the Church
not to hold an election between
Good Friday, April 3 and Ascen-
ion Day, six weeks later.

Observers said that Government

growing steadily more unpopu-
lar and (his trend now is extend-
ing to rural districts previously
regarded as strongly behind the
Nationalists

Government decided to seek
general election when the nation’s
Court system avoided Malan's
law to segregate voters by race in
Cape Province and his Bill to
make a so-called High Court of
Parliament superior to the Courts.

U.P.

.B.1. Register

The F.B.I. Register® is the only
authorised directory of the Fed-
eration of British Industries, the
largest and most influential asso-
ciation of British manufacturers,
and recognised as a standard
export reference book* to Britisn
industry. It is the





compiled by
publishers in close collaboration
with the F.B.I
In his foreword, Sir Archibald

Forbes (Director of Spillers Ltd.),
President of the F.B.I., says, “with
this edition the F.B.1. Register of
British Manufacturers celebrates
fis Silver Jubilee For over a
cuarter of a century it has
served as a medium to help buy-



ers to satisfy their requiremefits
by telling them where they can
nake contact with British sup-
pliers anxious to meet their
needs.’

The 1952/53 F.B.I. Register
comprises seven sections includ-



ing Products and Services which
is a classified Buyers’ Guide list-
ing over 6,000 F.B.1, member firms
under more than 5,000 alphabeti-
cal trade headings. The introduc-
tory information and detailed in-
tructions on the use of the Regis-
ter are translated into French and
Spanish, and all sections have re-
inforeed guide cards for easy re-
ference,

The F.B.I. Register is constantly

used throughout the world by im-
porters, buyers, Trade Commis-
f € Chamber of Commerce

mmercial Attache Reference
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murces of supply. It i
ost value

of the ut-
n promoting Britain's



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ibstantial cross-sectio; of the
ost important producers of Brit

ish goods over a very wide range

industr

f

F B. I. REGISTER OF BRITISH
MANUFACTURES 952 25th edition
‘ublished = Novembe 1952, for the
Federation of Britist Industries, by
Kelly's Directories Limited and TMiiffe
and Sons Limited, Dorset House, Stam-
ford Stree t. Londor S.E.I. Publication
Price 42 d. (post free Size 914" x

”. 822 page Bound full cloth

The British action follows Rus- |
sian restrictions on movements mn
Germany’s Soviet Zone of the}
British Military Mission stationed |
at Potsdam. This Mission has
worked for years under great dif- |
ficulties and there is evidence that |
the Red Army Commander in|
Chief, General Vassili Chuikov |
increasingly dislikes its activities. |

The British ban appears in fact
to be a normal retaliation on much
the same lines as the restrictions
recently placed on journeys in
Britain by members of the Soviet
Embassy in London.

There is no indication yet thal
the Americans propose to institute
a similar ban in the Southern
Rhineland, But the Russians have
recently been complaining about
the activities of the United States
Military Mission in Potsdam,

The Americans, however, are
known to be anxious about the
security of their large-scale mili-
tary developments west of the cen-
tral and southern Rhine, Ther,
even more than in the British
North, a large-scale construction
of airfields, depots, Radar net-
works and military roads has been
in progress for sometime, This
zone is in fact the Bastern end of
the huge U.&. military supply
line from Bordeaux and other
French ports,—LE..S,

No | Pu re
Race

LONDON.
There is no pure race, no supe-
rior race, and there are no absolute
and unchangeable race differences,

says a UNESCO pamphlet pub-
lished in London,
Based on the findings of three

anthropologists
one French)

(two American,
“What is a Race?”
hits hard at racial propagandists
with profuse, highly-coloured
charts and text in non-technical
language,

It attacks popular myths that
man descends from apes and that
“blood will tell.”

And it claims that mixed-race
marriages yield no more abnormal
children than non-mixed. Any
maladjustments of mixed marriage
progeny, it says, have social, not
biological reasons.

Both men and monkeys assert
the pamphlet, sprang from a com-
mon stock and are now at the end
of an evolutionary process from
which the monkeys and later apes,
branched off millions of years ago.

Pages of charts show that hered-
itary traits are not passed on by
blood but by minute particles
called “genes.” Skin colours are
affected by genes and some
scientists believe, the pamphlet
says, that the “white” race sprang
from a common dark origin
because of a sudden change in the
structure of genes,

The isolation of race groups,
the pamphlet states, is being
broken down by inter-marriage.

And it for@casts a step-up in
mixed marriages as transportation
becomes easier and cheaper, as
cultural and economic barriers
change and as prejudices decrease,

Of “superior cultures”, the
pamphlet points out that whether
present cultures will continue to
flourish will depend on such force
as politics and economics.

Science, it says, allows no bio-
logical or hereditary reasons for
supposing that because the White
civilisation is leading in technical
development, other races have
less aptitude for technical skill

“What is a Race?” is based on the
work of Professor L. C. Dunne
Columbia University, U.S.A., Pro-
fessor Otto Klinebera of the same
university and Professor Michel
Leiris of the Musee de l'homme,
Paris.—L.E.S,

Schacht Leaves

lor Daniascus

ROME, Dec, 9.

German’ Financial expert Hjal-
mar Schacht, left by air for Dam-
ascus following what he said waa
an official invitation from the
Syrian Government.

Schacht, who saw Pope Pius XIb
at the Vatican yesterday said he}
planned to return to Rome before
Christmas,—U.P.

NEW OFFICE SITE

The Office of the Parochial)
Treasurer of St, Joseph may be|
removed from Bathsheba to
Horse Hill in the near future

This step is being taken so that
the Parochial Treasurer would!
be in a more central position in
the parish.

















“4

Ch Pi e e the he

ae. a:

Children grow up
strong and healihy
on

Virol

Virol provides all the essen-
tial ingredients that growing
children need, It is a highly
concentrated health food that
helps build strong bones,
good teeth and sturdy limbs.
Children love the flavour of
Virol and because they al-
ways take it willingly they
get the utmost benefit from

p

Here she comes—the new Baby from No. 10!
Oh, do let me have a peep . . . isn’t she
simply lovely—and how like her Daddy!
No, no, she’s Mummy’s girl—look at her

eyes!

. . « Baby Joan doesn’t worry—she has her
happy contented smile for everyone, but is
longing to get home again for another warm,
comforting drink of the Cow & Gate’ Milk

Food that is doing her so much good.

COW# GATE





MIL
FOO










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* Barbados Co-Op

j y Saas

Cotton Factory



It's cooking and
baking time... we
have new 2 & 3

burners .....

OLL
COOKERS

a single burner at $7.36 and

from $10.31.

ovens

Baking

Mixing

kitchen
worthwhile !





















vad



ROYAL BABIES

KEROSENE

Pans
Bowls

Icing Sets

Xmas-

and everything
to make
time in the

really

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PAGE FOUR



BARBADOS eal ADVOCATE.

Lice Dac ame Ss ee BP
tinted Oy the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad J+, Bridgetown

Thursday, December 11, 1952

HiLE COUNTRY

THIS weekend a film unit is visiting
Barbados and will be shooting scenes for
display in the United States, The visit is
due to the enterprise of British West Indi-
an Airways and the hotels and publicity
committee of Barbados are co-operating to
make it successful.

Since tourism form$, after sugar, the
major Barbadian industry and is the only
industry which can be expanded to any
great extent here, any publicity
which gan be obtained freely. or
at the ea of private enterprise is to
be welcomed. But there is one important
point about Barbados which ought to be
brought forcibly to the attention of the
visiting film unit, The island suffers over-
much and has long suffered from a reputa-
tion of being flat and uninteresting sceni-
cally. This tradition is due largely to the
fa¢t that the hotel industry in Barbados
has been mainly ‘concentrated in the
Hastings district and the proprietors of
these hotels have always bvosted up the
superior attractions of Hastings as com-
pared to the rest of the island. Before the
introduction of the motor car and before
the ribbon development of Hastings this
claim was far more justified than it is
today. But the motor car and the remark-
able Barbadian roads which provide the
motorist with a total number of driving
miles as great as the distance between
Trinidad and back have made the beauty
of the hill country of Barbados accessible
to everyone.

None the less today there persists among
thousands of Barbadians the idea that Bar-
bados is a very flat island and many per- —
sons would find it difficult to describe the
Scotland district for the very good reason
that they have never visited it. Bathsheba
and Morgan Lewis remain the two major
attractions of the excursionists who always
travel along the best known routes,

“It is possible,’ wrote James Stark, a
visitor from Boston, in a History and
Guide published in 1903, “to spend consid-
erable time in the vicinity of Bridgetown

and to leave Barbadosunder the
impression that there is little or
nothing in the way of good country to be

seen. On entering the district of Scotland,
however, it is as if one had been suddenly
transferred to a different island. The coral
formation has disappeared the colour of
the soil is different and there are many
steep hills.”

Barbados canfot hope to compete with
Grenada, Dominica, St, Kitts or Montser-
rat for grandeur of scenery because the
majority of the island is of coral formation
but the island is fortunate in having in
the Scotland district as it unfolds itself
from the peaks of Mt. Hillaby, Bissex,
Chalky Mount or from the road running
between Canefield and Sturges, views that
can be compared with some of the finest
in the world, How often are these wonder-
ful views noticed by those who take films
of the island? How often has the lovely
Cove Bay been projected on the screens?
Can anyone remember having seen a film
showing the interior of Turner Hall
Woods, the magnificent avenue of trees
planted on Cherry Tree Hill, the lovely old
homes of Nicholas Abbey and Farley Hill?
Has it occurred to any one to film the in-
terior of St. George’s Church with its
painting by Benjamin West, and memori-
als sculpted by Westmacott and Nollek-
ens? The exterior of St. John’s Church
cannot escape notice because of the Pale-
ologus tomb which is easily remembered,
but has it ever occurred to anyone to shoot
pictures from the road leading down to
Bath and looking up to where the flag flies
over St. John’s Church perched on a sum-
mit?

Barbados, geologically speaking, is com-
posed of two islands but from a tourist
viewpoint the hilly island has greater
value because it offers greater contrasts
than the coastal strips, Even in St. Philip
the country looks more attractive looking
down from the District C Police Station
or from the top of Ragged Point Light-
house than it looks, say, between the Crane
Hotel and Sam Lord’s Castle.

The grounds of Sam Lord’s Castle are
so well kept that they deserve to be re-
corded on several feet of film but a four-
poster bed and a close up of the intricate
tracery of the ceiling inside would_be of
especial interest to visitors. Sandy Lane's
unspoilt beach with its glorious green
vegetation running down to the water's
edge and Gibb’s Beach surrounded by
oleanders and towering casuarinas ought
not to be forgotten nor should some of the
new elegant mansions of the “Gold Coast”
be overlooked; but Martins Bay and Bath
clothed with acres of casuarinas and nest-
ling under the towering cliff which reaches
almost to the sea will also charm those for
whom the film is intended. If a visitor
arrived in Speightstown and entered the
Seotland District via Cherry Tree Hill
without seeing any other part of the island,
he could spend considerable time there and
go away with the impression that the
island was full of steep hills, lovely scenery
and wild sea. It would be wrong for the
film unit to take films which gave only an
impression of this kind, but it would per-
haps be better than over-emphasising what
hundreds have done and show only the
flatness of the island.

The charm of Barbados is to be found in
the diversity of natufal scenery to be
found in so small an island,

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

NEWS FROM BRITAIN |

LONDON

Socialist rebe} leader, Nye Ky Vauhan Jones
Bevan, and his wild men seek to







cheapening of metals and other
commodities, householders at last
see a chance to ty out long-



make capital out of Britain's ready published their reports, delayed repair work to their
three per cent industrial produc- The majority agree that the houses.
tion fall over the last twelve work of the best firms in Britain Visitors to Britain from the wide

months. They lay the blame for is comparable with that of their
it on the Tory Party policy, But opposite number in the U.S.,
what is the truth? but that average British produc-

The Socialists were in power tion per man falls below that
during the easy money, post-war existing in America the need of an) up-bringing 'n
days, when Britain could readily Again, housewives and _ their sunny, healthy s@Proundings with
sell abroad goods that were even menfolk have had cheering items , lenty of eggs, butter and cream,
below the traditional ‘Made in of news ee fruit and vegetables and

open spaces abroad. often remark
that toe English people “look
smaller \ statute than they had
expected. And dietitians refer to



Britain’ standard. From November 30.the butter other good things

With money in abundance, ihe ration goes up from two to three However, the ‘average size cf
home market was able to absorb, Ounces weekly, and cheese from Britons has increased greatl ‘over
and at high prices too, all that One ounce to one and a half the centuries as roved by the
industry had to spare In fact ounces from January 25.; Ad= act that th feultaint our pre
the Socialists ‘never had it so mittedly the margarine ration, is ae ee ees

, : served in the Tower of London
good . being cut from six to four ounces, - [ aldaine. ae ;

The Tories now face a differ- but the housewife concerns her- See ce kae, ov
ent situation, and are dealing self rather with the butter ration. ” Hows cannes rt, ths s ihe asad
with it as well as can be x= Grocers have more canned and of the ae oe ‘Pritai has
pected. i dried fruit in their shops than Town aerate t halts ne ae oe

Overseas countries have im- for years past, and supplies of is tas re a Sana that
posed trade restrictions, while at rationed ham are increasing — at "t o coe os canasiy
the sathe time Germany and at lower prices than hitherto. ined vwOie te unet Cie fe ear
Japan. are. thrusting "their way Poultry is more readily available Cotte boot and” shoe industry
into. Britain’s traditional markets. too, and prices are falling. And * ¢ 2 nae
And, it must be admitted, both the government promise that they claim, anyhow. In terms of sizes,
Germans and Japanese are pre- will not give the shop windows hatters now have the greatest de-
pared to work longer hours for an. appearance of temporary â„¢#nd_ for size seven instead of
less money than the British plenty at Christmas time — and !2¢ Six-and-a-half. And shoe-
workers. Y then disappoint us by withdraw- makers, instead of finding that

To meet the new conditions, ing the good things in the New “izes four and five are in greatest
steps to establish Commonwealth Year demand, say that, women general-
trade on a more stable basis will Already the recent abolition of LY ae for sizes six, seven and
be taken at the forthcoming Lon- the tea ration has proved a joy @8ht.
don Commonwealth Conference; to the whole nation. ie It is suggested that the good,
this is expected to be followed by Instead of the expected rush on f00d and exercise which many
talks between the Common- the shops, houswives, who had al- girls head during the war in wo-
wealth and the U.S. ready accumulated small stocks, Men's service organizations may
; mceniinn, Britons have much have contented themselves with aoa contributed to the Big Foot
o cheer them. current needs. And prices, insteaq PUUG-Up.

Coal output continues to in- of rising, have aerate: fatten he While there were in 1947 only
crease, and recent steel produc- thing between one penny and six- tWenty-one bankruptcies in Scot-
tion figures show a rise to a rate pence a pound at tne big Mincing 1@nd, the figure has been rising
of seventeen million tons yearly. Lane sales, Reason is that grocers steadily since then, till this year
The number of unemployed is til} have plenty of te: -k, there -were one hundred and

' still have plenty of tea in stock,
about 400,000 — which although ang the big dealers who buy big tWenty-seven,
Beenevels larwe is tae much above supplies for the shops have been . Ardent Scotsmen claim that
sia TURE HP Oe ree hore, Keeping away from the market. =e Yatohnea’ i ie. the
s ’ By atone : been introduced from across the

Furthermore, the cost of living Cutting Prices horder by way of seeing too many
index has fallen over the last two And workers, especially those pritish films” and plays, reading
months, And there is every in- Who cycle to and from their fac- any at a

e : aa ? ~~ too many English books and maga-
dication that it will continue to tories, are glad to hear that Bri- cree z
A pinta htvcadt” oie : zines and too close contact with
fall unless the left-wing Sgcial- tain’s biggest cycle makers, Her- the spendthrift Sassenach!
ists, with theit agitation, success~ cules Cycle and Motor Company Britain has in the past ne
fully persuade the workers to ‘which turn out a million bicycles failed to fulfil i pledges t her
continue demanding higher wages yearly, are cutting prices of thirty friends when the r 7 © ner
without increasing their output. models. Further, that they are tacked by wo id ie ol at “3
For now only the people them- producing a utility model of cuerote. 't ae ee wor i _
selves can improve their stand- robust, light-weight design to sell the aveedee Brltnees ath s ees
ard of living. The Tory govern~ at £11 19s 6ds., which is about 49 soldierin ey is bier inc ined
ment can direct them, but even £2 less than last year’s cheapest yo. & any kind. As a
they cannot perform miracles for machine. ens of lack of volunteers for
them . Meantime, down on the stock- tive eerastlin tot thee ee
Another Appeal market, investors are lamenting was this week Riduted Rte oon
In this connection, Mr. R. A. the lower tea prices, for these to 309 faldiens Ta Pa oe

Butler, Chancellor of the Ex- Will be reflected in the earnings the reduction of tt salut ners
chequer is expected shortly to of the tea,companies, The peopte mitted strength = noe eee
launch another appeal to indus~ of Britain, though, are not worry- 90,700. ,000 to

try to increase efficiency and ing about shareholders’ dividends. ~ [, point of f
step-up output, He may refer to Investors are also lamenting the OF gact, there. are ‘at



the lessons learned by British slump in metal prices, not without Bone a about 22,000 men in
productivity. teams which have cause either, for metals are ex- 19 y00 yard units, and about
studied production methods in pected to fall still further as, one on reserve.

the U.S, Sixty-six of these teams after another, they are “freed” ao oat being issued with uni-
have toured America’s industrial from governmental bulk m and greatcoats — certainly

dealing. de ; ;
centres, and forty-two have al- But, as a consequence ae the aaa in view of frosty days
ae ; : ‘ ad. —LE.S,

Tshekedi Goes 0 eaten
Ssnenhedt : .
| es On A Mission
The Kalaha ri desert of London, London is accustomed to A. G
Bechuanaland is not a sandy parties of foreign newspapermen Perak, Malaya. It is
waste like the Sahara, Itis covered touring Britain but for the first too, for 4 civilian ian nara
; g é .

by a perennial mat of vegetation time the Foreign Office i
; Ps ; » are spon- Folice Medal,
that suggests moisture under- soring them on a visit to a ar chalgenan ete oe ee. eee



Rodgers, a planter in»

ground,-But surface water is lack- territory. The Europe: tied a district Planting
~~ ae tee ; . . : pean Press Association, earn i i
ing; the area is populated only by party—from Spain, Germany, out of his way os Fite eaineine

wandering bushmen and there are Italy, Belgium, Holla t assistance <« eae

no communications. It has but a aaa for ne eae citar linn teae A page
one possible use—cattle ranching. They will stay in the colony for seribed in the citation pe de-
This, if bore-holes were sunk, and about a fortnight, At the London terious.” In distinguishea eile
roads were made across this flat purty, they had their first intro. CVer. the past two years, M

country to join up with the rail- duction to people of the Golq Maxwell acted for nine months
way, might be profitable. The Coast—officials and others from #8 Commissioner of Police, He
natives are good stockmen, They the colony, The Colonial Office Gid @ particularly good job over
own nearly a million head and was represented by, among others the problerns arising from the
export 70,000 a year, mainly to the Head of the African Section’ seizure of the Communist tanker
Johannesburg. Interested in this Mr, Gorell Barnes, and the Yung Ho, Both men received
proposition is the Colonial De- Director of Information Bartites the personal congratulations “of
velopment Corporation which has Mr. George Y. Carstairs. Mr. J, w’ @ Secretary of State and of
already established a big stock Nicholls, Assistant Under-Secre- Sir George Abbiss, Assistant to
farm of jts own in the north east tary of State for Foreign Affairs the Inspector-General of Colonial
of the Protectorate. was host for the occasion *» Police.

To survey the possibilities of A former Prime Minister once pi tc, PUenos Aires recently de-
cattle ranching in the Kalahari a said “It is always necessary + monstrations, obviously organ-
mission is assembling in Bechu- tell the.truth; seldom necessary to ised, took place outside the Brit-
analand, Its composition is as in- tell the whole truth.” An articl -, Embassy in support of Argen-
teresting as the job itself, At the on ‘Profits in Malayan Tin’ in a fas fe claim to the Falkland Is-
head of it is Arthur Gaitskell, official publication of the Socialist mer 7 ie Falklands became a
brother of the former Chancellor Party follows this maxim. It licte 18t! ecock in the wars of the

Ba Cran | . It lists 18th century. rance
of the Exchequer, who so success- the British Companies mining tin Fritain Slehuance ee eaneS

fully managed the Gezira cotton in Malaya, with their profits : a Pas A

scheme in the Sudan, With him dividends for ee — ee ree eipultenebusiy about 1764,
are Brian Currie, a Kenya ranch~ ranged from 12% "percent. the Spanish, oh Piao even By.
er, and an American expert from to 100 per cent. There is to capitulate to the pd oh baw
Arizona, Also two~- natives of nothing wrong with the facts. but er of Spain, but Sortamed Get
Bechuanaland, Bathoen, the intel- readers are obviously invited to Claim to the islands nae ae
ligent Chief of the Bangwaketse, infer that shareholders in these tually were abandoned by ae
and Tshekedi*Khamaj late regent Companies are rolling in wealth, Argentina comes into the picture
of the Bamangwato and the uncle What the article omitted to in 1833 when, claiming succes-
of the ‘famous” Seretse, Tshekedi, mention was that for the six to Sion in title to ‘the King of Spain
banished by the Socialists for no eight years of war and post-war it Sent an expedition there. Brit-
fault of his own, ‘was allowed by reconstruction shareholders got no 2in forced it to withdraw and
Lord Salisbury to return home dividend at all. Between 1939 and Permanently occupied the islands
provided he abstained from 1952 the dividends of the 25 Com- thence-forward. Whatever claim
politics. Organiser of the expedi- panies averaged no more than S'8°mtina, may have had as the






tion-is Colonel van du Pest, who 13%, or 10% if the two or heir of Spain — id _ it

; eee we ? e r three . as was
visited Nyasaland for the Colonial most fortunate ones are omitted. shadowy enough — the effective
Development Corporation, and This is not an over-generous re occupation and administration of

whose account of his travels was turn seeing that assets are wast. the colony by Britain for over a
one of the books of the year. ing and ae inine Ree Saetece cect nave gives her indisput-
Whatever the expedition may do, is Subject to high risks, 7 on teal ee eeaoyttie the Ar-
it. should provide him w ath Two Far East men on leave here demotatvations —— eae
material for another ‘best seller’. took part last month inan unusual They refuse. to Rites eae

It will also ensure Tshekedi’s ceremony at the C ; F
absence from his tribe when they the presentation “vemeee Office land stamps and surcharge them;

; als, The depie j , .
bea a new chief to succeed ree of State, Mr. Oliver ide demas as if aks cans
Seretse, ttelton, there presented the of "3
Six Continental newspapermen Queen's Police Medal to Hong chetstio' by ate wie " of he ld ae Gt
on their way to study the Gold Kong’s Deputy Commissioner of Falklands pass or Bs pi =
Coast scene were the principal Police, Mr. A. C. Maxwell, and gestures, onto ia ee
guests at a unique reception in the Colonial Police Medal to Mr. assuaged —L.E.S cc foe

Designer Makes it
The Pilot

LONDON. starting up and setting instru- oxygen a Gq
How tall is the average fighterments. For example, he will make ee ond ee Ach
pilot, how strong is his grip, how it impossible for the engines to be manoeuvres far more aan Pie -
jong are his legs, what is hisstarted if some of the controls are the human fran . Siena
favourite colour, how far can heincorrectly set. And because the unaided Finally, “th YS Arels
see, how fast can he think? These pilot is strapped in firmly, nis have 6 be light a6 hi 7 a re
are just some of the questionsinstruments must tell him every- strength in manoe r a eo
which an aircraft designer and thing that is happening in his be wasted Ce ne wal ee
his team may have to consider machine. c ae
almost before they put percil to
paper on the drawing board.





Easy hor:

Again he has to be protected
} from battle damage by careful
be Can 3 :
a hes ag - position of placing of armour plate and items
" ‘Controls so that the pilot, like guns, fuel tanks and engines.
eee es climbing and And, perhaps mos: important of
: ng in formation does all, he must be able to see clearly
not lose his leader because he is jn all directions,- F
distracted through having to regu-
jate his pressurization and so on. Cormbat in the jet age may in-
It must be done for him. All these \olve closing speeds of 1,400 mph
gadgets cost in weight, and the and cover miles of sky. Once a
A combat pilot's job breaks designer must decide how much fight begins, there is seldom any
down into three phases—he must ¢@n be left to the pilot without one person who can report seeing
take off and get the aircraft into reducing his operational efficiency, all or most of it. It takes place
the combat area as quickly as ; against the dark background of
possible; he must fight with his At height, still more essential the stratosphere and the pilot’s
plane, and he must if possible, gadgets have to be installed to chances of survival, let alone vic-
bring it back intact. make the pilot comfortable, and tory, depend on seeing the enemy
therefore an efficient fighter. He in time. Any wires or instruments
How far can the designer help must not be baked or frozen, The which obscure the line of sight
the pilot in this three-fold job? air pressure must be right bec > must be eliminated. So, for one
First, he simplifies as far as pos- rapid changes in pre 2use thing, the gun sight is retractable
sible the process of strapping in ise fatigue, He must have ‘ z cok dS.

For the climb, the designer also

But design work on the modern
fighter plane involves more than
these questions. It means that de-
signers have actually to think out
the pilot’s job for him in advance
so that man plus machine add up
to theamost efficient possible fight-
ing weapon,







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ROME
BACK on duty is the Pope's housekeeper
—and the household of Pope Pius XII was
functioning again with all its old smooth-
ness.

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Pope has been without the assistance of his
housekeeper. *

She fell down the stairs of the Papal sum-
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taining the Pope’s lunch — boiled rice, a’
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Sister Pasqualina is the only living heing |
who can give orders to the Pope. The Pope
himself has ordered her to do so.

Pius XII has an almost super-human
capacity for work. Except for his quick
and frugal meals, which he takes alone, and
an hour’s walk every afternoon, he works
from six in the morning to 1 a.m. the next. $j

But even sc, if he wants to do all he has
on his programme, he must follow a very
strict routine.



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He has told Sister Pasqualina to make him
stick to his self-appointed routine. And
she does it with German efficiency.

Several times a cardinal or some other
important visitor has had his conversation
with the Pope interrupted by Sister Pasqua- |
lina, |

She will say very firmly that it is lunch-
time, dinner-time, or whatever else is on the
schedule, and will see the baffled visitor to

the door under the amused gaze of the Pope.
SHE NEVER TIRES

WITH the assistance of two German nuns, |

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‘apartment in order, prepares and serves an

meals, looks after his sumptuous and com-
plicated wardrobe, disinfects his much-kiss-
ed hand and ring after every audience, and
gives him his medicines.

She has dictatorial powers over the rest
of the domestic staff. She is brusque, quick-
tempered, and despite her 65 years she never
seems to get tired.

Many wonder how these three nuns have
been chosen. The explanation is that there
is in Menzingen, near Basle, Switzerland, a
Francisean order of the Sister Teachers of
the Holy Cross.

Very few live in the Menzingen convent.
Most are scattered over the world working
as housekeepers or cooks, looking after the
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APPOINTED, 1917

ABOUT 40 years ago a young nun from
Menzingen, Pasqualina Lenhert, born in

Ebersbach, Bavaria, was sent to do domestic
work at the Benedictine Abbey of Einsied-
len in the Swiss mountains.

Don Eugenio Pacelli (now Pope Pius XII),
then a minor official in the Vatican State
Secretariat, who had a weak chest, went
every year during the Easter holidays to
Einsiedlen for a period of rest and cure.

There he met Sister Pasqualina.

She made him keep to a regular diet and
mode of life which gave him new strength.

In 1917, when he was appointed Apostolic
Nuncio to Munich, Sister Pasqualina became
his housekeeper.
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Besides the housekeeping, she also does
some office work. She types the Pope’s
private letters and deals with his secret
charities.

Quite a few old, impoverished Roman
aristocrats, who were left with only the}
pride not to ask anything of anyone, nave
received an unexpected visit from Sister
Pasqualina bringing them money sent by
the Pope. . ,

Nobody has ever succeeded in taking her
photograph, no journalist has eyer managed
to interview her.

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SISTER PASQUALINA acts unwittingly
as a barometer of the Pope’s state of health.
When he is well, he gets up every morning
at six and after a cold shower celebrates
Mass in his private chapel. Only Sister
Pasqualina attends the Mass.

When the Pope is ill and must stay in bed,
Sister Pasqualina goes down to St. Peter's

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Thus, in the Vatican jargon, to say that
“Pasqualina was at Fioretti’s Mass”, is the
equivalent of saying: “The Pope is in bed
with a cold.”

Sister Pasqualina is attending -Mass
again. And again she is reminding the Pope
to take his medicine; is seeing that the white
cuffs he so often stains with ink are changed
regularly.

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THURSDAY, DECEMBE



ot. Joseph Round-up

Boys’ & Girls’
Clubs Exhibit
Handicrafts

1
,, Memb Ps of the Cleavers Hil)
Boys and toe Cleavers Hil] Girls’
clubs have t exhibits to this
3 Agricultural and
Exhibition. The boys
are a hat rack ¢ wi
waiters and the girls ia pa
two baskets, some dresses and a
palr of children’s booties The
Doys were building a larder, but
it w ‘S not completed in time
The Boys Club started in June
last year with 113 members, but
sine then the number has been
feduced to 65. The Girls’ Club
has 20 members. The majority of
the boys « are ee boys of St
Eliza ‘beth Village school The fee
aaa pay hip is eight cents per
The boys learn irpentry,
shoemaking and t wiloting from
imstructors in these trade and
the prefect of the Club, Joseph
Arthur, aid that next y ear
they expe jan

















4 ex} ° art rthand,
English srammar and vocal. music
classes

They grow vegetal les and have

prepared



hen gardens.
and cabbage have



S, lettuce
been planted.

Besides these activities the
boys play * cricket, draughts,



dominoes and tennis, mostly
curing the evenings. The club
is present playing a_ cricket



agai the Speightstown
Bo Club,

The clubs are or; ganising a
social cantata at the Bathsheba
Social Centre on December 4

The Boys Club is divided into
three sections and there are
regular inte ection competitions
in games, work, attendance, sub-
scriptions and cleanliness.

Recently the boys decided to
wear badges with the initials
C.B.C.—Cleavers Boys Club and
the girls have made some pretty
badges of red letters on a white
background.

SELF HELP HOUSING





St. Joseph and St. John labour-
ers think the idea of introducing
self-help housing is a good one.
Those interviewed by the Advo-
Said that they would re.dilv
co-operate in such a scheme but
tney would like to hear more de-
tails of it.

The Manager-Secretary of the
Housing Board told a reporter
that the Board will soon consider
plans for self-help housing. He
said that Government would
supply the cost of building
materials and those who expect
to benefit from the scheme would
have to assist each other ‘in
building their homes. In _ this
way the actual cost of building
would not be paid in money by
the individual who gets a house,



saveurers interviewed, how
ever, expressed doubts as to their
ability to build houses. They won.
der whether the scheme would not
be more helpful to carpenters,
masons, etc,, than to them.

A Housing’ official has said that



R 11, 1952

PRIZE WINNERS



AT LEFT is a goat which got a first prize for the best Milch Goat on show.

H. Taitt of Bank Hall.
AT ae is a bull belon
tion 3

St. Giles. Boys’



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



This goat belongs to

ging to Bulkeley’s Dairy which got first prize in Division 1, Class 7, sec-

School

Hold Speech, Prize Day

The annual Speech and Prize-Giving Day of the St.
Giles Boys’ School took place at that School yesterday be-

fore a capacity audience. Guest speaker was the Hon. F.C.

Hutson, M.L.C., who also presented the prizes.

In his report Mr, C. W. Cum-
berbatch, headmaster of the After expressing his gratitude
choc told the large audience tO those firms and individuals
that the object of a school in a WhO gave prizes, Mr. Cumber-
district was to influence the lives batch then extended the season's
of the youth living there and he Sreetings to the gathering,
felt that a district is largely Hon, F. C. Hutson thea spoke,
What its teachers make it. Vocational Training
‘School life must discipline the He stressed the importance of
minds of youth and when that is the vocational training classes
done it becomes much easier for



tion.” “The | result of this in- son said that they went hand in
struction” continued Mr. Cum- hand with industrialisation which
berbatch “must be reflected not when combined had a_ useful
only in the work which the child part to play in the life of a com-
does but also the way in which munity.

it is done and these are the “Education” he said “is intend- Havre.

things which prove a lasting ed to train children to be good

benefit to the child in his after- citizens and this entailed certain The liner was due to call here
school life,” duties — firstly to one’s self, to during the latter part of last month

Referring to the work of the one’s neighbour and finally to
school the headmaster said that the community in which one

the general all-round work had lived.” He exhorted the pupils during a gale,
maintained its high standard and to have confidence in their ability De Grasse are Messrs. R. M. Jones

ona

morniu



and the establishment of a school J-
the child, each in his way, to canteen. I

imbibe the instructions given in Referring to the vocational other 11 are intransit. The vevsel
School as a means to his educa- training classes, Hon. F. C. Hut- is consigned to Da Costa & Co. Ltd.

CoM

Foodstuffs

The Norwegian steamship Cor-
arrived in port yesterday



from Montreal with

Rasmussen. also brought 14
yacsengers. Three landed, the

G AT DAWN




but was held up for repairs. Ti
ship ran aground off Le Havre
Local agents for the

this was proved by the results in and to play their part in the & Co, Ltd.

competitive examinations held by building of a good community,

various examining bodies. The He concluded by telling the LOADING LARD, RUM

school had obtained three out of pupils to see to it that they did
five exhibitions for the Junior nothing to lower the quality of
First Grade exhibitions to Har- the people of Barbados which
rison College, seven Second was enjoying a good reputation
Grade Exhibitions to Comber- in other places

mere School and six St. Michael’s Mr. J. O. Morris then moved a
Vestry Scholarships to Comber- vote of thanks to Hon, Hutson
mere School. One boy obtained who afterwards officially opened

Modern High School,



Mr. Cumberbatch then offered

; , ‘onsi > Sc or Owners’
2 consigned to the Schooner (
his coneratulations to the old Steps Against sociati

which

lard,
Lucia.

The motor vessel Daerwood
arrived in port on Tuesday
with a mixed cargo for the island
was yesterday loading a cargo of
rum and biscuits for St.

Under Captain J. C. Neilsen, the
an Enabling Scholarship to the the new canteen, Daerwood was one of two moto
vessels which arrived on Tuesday
Congratulations from St. Lucia, The Daerwood j

Association.

boys of the school who had

secured honours recently — Rev. Foot And Mouth

Harold Tudor taking degree of

Master of Theology and Mr. Disease Discussed another

terday.

Grantley Adams who had re-

ceived the award of €,M,G. (From Our Own Correspondent)
With regards to the new can-

there will be a type of house tee? Which was officially opened PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec, 10.



which men other than carpenters,
mésons, etc., may assist in build-



Cumberbatch said that self sac- afternoon by the Veterinary Com-
ing. The labourer said that rifices of members of the staff Mittee of the British Caribbean

by the Hon. F. C. Hutson, Mr. A Press release issued this

they would like to hear more Mad made it possible to start a Advisory is ae - Ee
about this type of house canteen catering to the needs of animal 1ealt a and iusbandry,
: C the pupils of the school. forestry and fisheries states that

ANNUAL DOLE

Joseph Parish Church have been
informed that the poor ‘will get

their annual Christmas dole on operation. Mention was made of

Christmas eve, Thosé who will re-

ceive a dole first have to get a char
ticket from the Rector. el

CHRISTMAS MUSIC



Mr. J. M. McCarty, or ganist
of the Parish Churek will give a
recital of Christmas music in aid

= the Choir fund on December

RAIN WELCOMED

Planters of St, John and St.
Joseph are “all smiles” because
or the rains which fell in those
districts during the past few
weeks. Mr, L. H. Branch, man-
ager of Claybury Plantation, St.
John, said that since the rain he
thinks that his district will get
an average crop.

Up to a few weeks ago, planters
thought that the crop would be
much below the average but Mr,
Branch said that the first week
after the heavy rain, the canes
recovered well. He said that if
the rain continues until the crop
is to be reaped, his district
So

.



We have in stock a large
Tree Decorations, Tins Fancy
Chocolates and Toffees.

AYLMERS SWEET MIXED P
SWEET MIXED

: SWEET RELISH
HUNTS CHILI SAUCE—f
HELLMANS FRENCH DR
AYL APPLE JUICE
AYLI










pe

V-8 VEGETABLE COCKTAIL
NUT ROLLS





ITS per 16 :
PEEL—per pkt




HERRIES—per pkt
) ALMONDS—per







— staff, 15 of whom have 10 or
The congregation of the St. more than 10 years’ experience.
The smooth running of the









SING—per bottle

=RS APPLE SAUCE—Large 50¢; ...............small
ROBERTSONS MINCE MEAT=per jar

per bar 15c; pe
SLICED HAM—per







There are 21 members on. thé

break of foot and mouth disease
in Martinique in relation to the
Caribbean area as a whole and
the British Caribbean area in par-
ticular,

According to the release of the
ommittee Which started sittings
towards the end of last week,
measures were considered for
avoiding the spread of the disease
from Martinique as well as those
to be carried out in the event of

school was due to their co-

those members of the staff in
e of tae vocational training ¢
sses which were doing satis-
factory work. The number of
pupils on the roll was 921,



he said that by the end of next Caribbean area,

finished

The schooner Ww. ia
vessel loading cargo yes-
This cargo was molasses.
sugar and rum ‘which is being
shipped to Dominica.

today.

the main discussion centred on the convened the conference
potential menace of the recent out- the outbreak of the disease. Th
Committee considered the estab-
an animal quarantine
centre for the British Caribbean.

lishment of

Meanwhile

mouth disez

MOLASSES, SUGAR

The schooner is expected to ©°a:i
Local agents are Schooner
Owners Association.



Development and Welfare who
following





will not be reaped until January. forwarded to the Comptroller for Antigua were present,

CONVICTIONS

During Alin months January to
July this year, 46 people were
convicted at District “F” Police
Court for -offences such as
1ulting and beating, bodily
harm and wounding. Cases
brought against 119 others who
were charged with similar |
offences were dismissed.

During the same period there |
were _nine convictions for prae-
dial Tarceny, eight for trespassing
and larceny, and 81 breaches of
laws under the Highways and
Health Acts, etc.



Cook’s Measures ... .99

Sandwich tins 8” .. .30



Sandwich tins 9” ... 37

assortment of Crackers, Xmas
Biscuits, Tins and Boxes of



Each at os & $4.86



Bread Bins ...... $3.97
ICKLES. -I6 jar $ 91 *
PICKLE ee sae 46 Checkerboard tins .71
-3-0z Jar...... 38
bottle. 51

Kitchen Racks ... $1.76

7 ee Sponge Frames 8” .90

JUICE—per tin.
r box
tb



:

aiid lec









Icing Sets .. 2.14 & 4.89

Potato Ricers ..... 1.22
Three Tier Cake
REOR. cei+ eee F |

Tea, Coffee, Sugar and

Rice Canisters .. 3.23
Yorkshire Drip tins,
10” eS PR a ee 5

Oblong Bake tins
size 10” x 8” .... 1.05

Eclair tins, 8 holes .73



CAVE
SHEPHERD

& CO... LTD.
10, 11, 12 & i3 Broad Street

Corona Brings

cargo of general foodstuff
r the colony
The ship which is under Captain

e French liner De Grasse is
expected to arrive at Barbados
at daybreak this morning from Le

Eunicia wa‘

the Trinidad Depart-
ment of Agriculture of which
Barbados-born Holman Williams
Director, has recommended to
Government additional steps which
should be taken at once as a re-
of the outbreak of foot and
se in the area. The
should make an average crop. an outbreak in any of the indi- conference was attended by cont

Speaking of ground provisions vidual territories of the British gates from Barbados, Gren ida
Jamaica the Leeward Islands, St
week he believed he will have A full report of the proceedings Lucia, St. Vincent and Trinidad.
reaping potatoes. Yams has been prepared and will be Observers from Trinidad and

Make Sure Youre We
PREPARED





Jostling Crowds

Pa trol

from page
Southborough Boys’ and Hil
Boy won the most prizes in
el *
SUGAR AND MOL. ASSES
These exhibits
merous tha
and Sandy Lane won the prize
yellow grocery sugar, Warrens
prize for clean Straw Crystal
Andrews carried off the one
Dark Crystals
The Belle Plantation won
efor Fancy Molasses and
“liff carried off the prize
‘cial Faney Molasses,
exhibits of syrup were
as many as’ those last year
the quality was satisfactory

KUM AND FALERNUM















aby inere was a large number of

1e previous ye

‘fox Messrs. J. & R. Bakeries were

PAGE FIVE





The Park

FOOD AND DAIRY PRODUCTS

exhibits in this class which at-
tracted the attention of the ladies

1¢ number and quality com-

1 parea favourably with last year’s
a exhitits }
foi Purity Bakery and J. & R. Bak-
nes carried off the Prizes for







awarded first prizes for Plai:
Pread, Plain Sweet and whole

th heat bread, while the honour
for nt to the Purity Bakery for
iehine bread and butter bread.

not Messr ', & R, Bakeries also
but Won the first prize for mixed
cakes. Prize for the best Christ-

s Cake went to Mrs. F, E. Wil-



Sey ete et iy

Apply ‘Cetaviex’ Cream to the affectec
area when changing the napkin. Tt

action of ‘Cetaviex’ will be four

An a sa ee









liams!
hese exhibits were greater Me George Turney of Swan hing and healin
number than those of the previous Street, won the first prize for his both soothing mie ‘ ;
yea They comprised single 1d oxhiFit of a 1 Ib. frame of honey, ‘ ’
double distilled rum, Coloured and while Mr. David G'ttens of Wor- use ‘Cetavilex’ ror wounps. cuts
oured and ‘also single and +h} won the prize for bottled
ind dist LNG ust ae Mr. C. D. Marshall won in 6 .
ed, matured, blended ea ‘ xhibits of shallow framed «
ver} > display. honey Cz € a ke
I West 1 Rum Re: ‘ s Mrs. A. Campbell of Rugby, St
and Mestrs. John D. Taylor & Thomas, was the most successful
Son won the most prizes in this ex tor of Dairy products, |
cla while the Pr for F nning first and second prizes Antiseptic and non-irritani
num were awarded to M cor her exhibits of butter and eggs
Stuart and Sampson Ltd, and She was also awarded the Silver | Sole Agents and Distributor
Messrs John D. Taylor and Soo Challenge Cup for butter, | “ 55) 1TH
CATT Lt PRESERVED FRUITS AND | A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS) LTT so
The animais um the Govern- JELLIES. BRIDGETOWN Nc i‘
Central Liveswck Farm These exhibits were more than A product of Gomer armor i
were all in fine condit.on and a Usual and quite up to standard, | WMPERIAL CHEMICAL (PHARMACEUTICALS) LIMITED es }
seeable feature was the high ‘ut those of butter, starch and @ subsidiary compeny of Imperial Chemical Indus: enna i
ity of u e progeny of tae pure four were not so good. There was i
a hea bal 3 iced cake exhibited in this ST .
roe ae class but not for competition, It |-—7———- :
» sect showing animal s : °
: In nie Pi ales l imsemina- was sent in by Miss F. de Gazon
tion, it was evident that their © na Street and it repre- 4 ist
tio é sente 2 Cc r SO ff fi
high standard pointed the way to ; — = . sae eee . abd oul ave iscot th 4
er ee ‘ i in Ob which are used at the Corona- .
a new avenue of stock breeding In tion of British monarchs
Barbados where outside the Gov- The ‘moat Aah . te
ernment Agricultural Stations and . Gives prizes in this section
ier teete dale aan ce te Ais oe woe by Miss Iris Jordan of a er Ga in °
the larg iairy Ss, ro -ush Hall and Mrs ry , i e ine
most impossible for peasant OWN= Tons Hill d Mrs. Henry of My ' & 8 «8 then it’s more than
ers to rear pure bred sires of any POULTRY that the acid balance of your stomach is upset. Over acidity ¢
righ standard. There were 3R7 ey : e ‘ ;
high : There were 387 entries in this heartburn, flatulence, and indigestion. Put things right as quick as y:
Pure bred stock of private ex- section, This was a near record
hibitors wece limited in number, total, ef can with * Dolsa’. Dolsa swiftly reaches all the surfaces of the stomach
and there were oly two first class Responsible for the improve- bakit anal aa Bi att
exnit its. One of them was a dairy ments in the exhibits of this sec- wall with its gentle, neutralizing action.
bull of over two years and under ion has been the recent importa-

four owned by Mr. John Challen ion of breeding stock and alr |

or, of Clairmonte Dairy, for which ail chicks. \ Dolsa Recommended for

a ist prize was awarded, and

other a bull of under two years (e increased interest of the small} RESTORES DIGESTION Dyspepsia
exhibited by Mr. H. A. Dowding, farmer, Some, of the exhibits pen- Dolsa is made up in correctly Heartburn

who was awarded a Ist prize
this exhibit,







the Another contributing factor was Indigestion

for red by these farmers were of al balanced, individually packed Flatulence, ete.

; : doses—each sufficient for a single
urprisingly high standard dose, This avoids abrupt over al




. cf » section there In the Game Class the exhibits | kalization, a frequent source of eet
Over in the Cattle section t + were far above th > st jard | further discomfort, sinee the di segs a? :
were several empty stalls, indica- ‘ i ve le standard o gestion is impuired if the neces: x \sa
tive o° the reduction in the num- :Ast year, sary acid juices easential in the Do
: ube ry > cockerel oe > digestive process are eliminated 4 B
ber of exhibits compared with A gare cockerel exhibited by Dolsa is always gertle, settling
last year and the year before. The Mr. F. W. Alleyne, which brought and soothing in its action, seda
xhibits were ne »x- lirst prize was one 7 , s tive and mildly astringent, One
exhibit were generally poor ex sae t : : of the be st dose after meals is usually suffic
cept for one or two exceptions, * mn in many years Mr. 8. G ient; repeat the dose later i dis-
the kest We a heifer oles game cock also took a first comfort is still felt, But whenever
} of which we rise pain persists, see your doctor 15 MEASURED DOSES IN EACH PACK
exhibited by Dayrell’s Dairy and Plz
vhich was awarded a first prize In the Spangled Pullet Class dgents: T. 8, GARRAWAY & CO., Bridgetown "

GOATS AND SHEEP.

In the section for goats

sheep, there were some fine spec!~ In this section there were 379 |
ens, although the exhibits were ©Xhibits. This was also a near re-|

m
te in number, The sheep on



eeceasion showed a marked

provement in quality and M1



five prizes were awarded. They |
were all won by Mr. F. Ramsay |
and PIGEONS.





tais Cord number,

= 9 Seen a : . a. The outstanding feature in the | °
cee 7 ' } K. “eclion was the vast improvement | 2 Come U
D. Webster of Harrison’s Planta- !" the standard of utility birds.

tion, St. Lucy, carried off the
prize and Silver Challenge

In the goats section, Mr, Eus-

first These improvements again being

Cup attributed to the importation of

Faney Section also showed |

tace Gibbs of Rockley New Road, vast Improvements for the ame |

was awarded the Ist prize, Special "eason Chocolates

Prize and Challenge Cup for

best registered doe kid with
broad teeth, and the first prize mitted in the

and Challenge Cup for the
registered locally bred buck



der one year

SWINE,

The exhibits in tne Swine §
tion were good, although few
number. A tine Barrow owned by 4
mr, E. C. Bethell of Friend The
ship took Ist prize, while Mr.

»w and a litter of ten pigs

A “boar exhibited by Mr, Aus-' yy

tin Layne of Britton’s Hill
certainly a lovely specimen
1s awarded first prize for

under four.

Boxes of Cockie
Cutters ....:--. 1.82

Round Cake Boxes 1,36

Cake Ais cc, ss Bd
Swiss Roll tins .... 36

Scallop Sandwich

di Be haa eee
Pic. Frames 9” .,.. 95
Jaffle Toasters .... 4.38

Check Caks Sets
7” & 9" .. B8e, & $1.19

Icing Tables oo i ae

Three bottom

Sieves ...... 1.53



for the best ram with no teeth ee reeding stock, Presentation Boxes of |





























the ARTS
no Ninety-five entries ere b-
hast ; ; Pic tevat Photography e
a section whict was divided 0 e
un- tf oe classe "Kae | Cadbury Chocolates ............... $1.50 8.50
made to show all exhibits. ou
oa only 50 were oe Soe ' ' Fry Chocolates 5 6 Sees eb oh obs. Bees 1.32 — 10.00
Ber n the Portrait Class fir anc e pe
in third prizes went o Mr. Ri Rowntraes Chocolates .............555 1.32 — 10,0 i
Daniel. Mr, Stanley Tempro was Z » .
second. MOIRS Happiness, Luxury, Pot of Gold
O- wn Khas” te Ae yaar” wai : eae Tata °S 3.60 Ub. }
Hill won the first prize with @ Which, ne first eieg acscnpe Special offer: MARASCHINO CHERRIES 3.60 Ib. box
“eT are ape and Seas scape” section |
was a local scene taken some- e
and |’ , vhere along the road to the Crane |
; ny Bnet , Second prize went to Lt, Col. J ’
tet an gore Melee Gare eet] §6=6— «KNIGHT'S LTD. __ |
best animal of over two years and|Rk.C, Cathedral on Fifth Avie
@ On Page 6. eee |
inant ain sale OANM SSS
’ — Broad St. |
Tels 3142 & 2364 |
WE SPECIALISE IN GLASSWARE
AND CARRY A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
KITCHEN AND TABLE REQUISITES
including
CLEAR POLISHED TUMBLERS—C.T, TO 1 PINT
BOWLS CREAM JUGS | SUGAR BASINS
CAKE PLATES NAPPIES SWEET DISHES
COASTERS SHERBETS WATER BOTTLES
| JARS—% AND 1 GALL—WITH METAL SCREW-ON COVER
|
| And Lots of Other Useful Items,—Plain and Decorated
In Fine Swedish Glass We Have
CHAMPAGNES, PORTS, SHERRIES, CLARETS, LIQUERS
| COCKTAILS AND % PINT TUMBLERS
These are All Available in Plain or Etched-Greek Key Patt
Our Stocks also include a comprehensive Assortment of
| “PYREX” and “PHOENIX” HEAT-PROOF OVEN GLASSWARE
CUSTARD CUPS, CASSEROLES, PIE PLATES, SOUP PLATES,
UTILITY DISHES Ete,
This is a Busy Period Particulary for Housewives—There
is so much to be done. Furthermore with all the extra
Seasonal Expense it is Vitally Necessary to Buy to the Best
Advantage—May We Therefore Remind You that
YOU WILL SAVE BOTH TIME AND MONEY
HRY SHOPPING AT
,
HARRISON — Broad St
|
| isis =:





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PAGE SIX



BARBADOS ADVOCATE







THURSDAY,



DECEMBER 11,

1952

Exhibits As Good As Last Year’s Dog Show Well Attended -

- Champion Dog of the show wa
? GENTLEMAN SaM Mrs. C. G. Manning's Cocker

@ From Page 5

New York. The photo wi
from the R.C.A, building

taken





Mr, Hughes gained third prize
with a local seascape

In the Any Other Variety
(A.O.V.) Division first prize went
to Mr. Hughes who exhibited a
photo of a hibiscus flower. Second
and third places went to Mr, Gerry



Lomer.

Peter Wallbridge’s exhibits in
the water colour section were out-
standing. He won a first prize and
a special prize.

Patterns by children
inal .and .the .colouring
remely good.

ere orig-
was ex-

The work of St. Martin’s Boys’
School in the seniors, and St.

Lawrence Boys’ in the juniors,
were outstanding and took first
prizes.

Mr. Karl Broodhagen’s exhibits
of sculpturing were missed this
year, Mr. Broodhagen is at present
out of the island.

Oil paintings were much _ better
than last year. Mr. Therold
Barnes submitted an excellent ex-
hibit which took first prize.



Portraits in oil were very poor
Two were unfinished. The flowe1
and still life section showed im-

provement but many exhibitors
did not realise the meanings of
“abstract” and “any medium.’

Because of this they entered the.r
exhibits in the wrong classe

HORTICULTURE
In this section the standard of

exhibits was very high, Two rare
specimens—a Calanthe exhibited

by Sir Edward Cunard and a
Vanda orchid exhibited by Mis
Dorothy Worme—attracted much

attention, Calanthes are popular in
Jamaica but are rarely grown here.

Dr. A. L. Goddard’s Dendro-
bium Ceylon .Glory — Dendro-
bium Aureum and Mr, L. H.
Nicholls’ Bali were outstanding

and each. obtained first prizes.

The Dendrobium Phalaenopsis
Schroed@rianums were very good.
First prize in this section went 16
Mr. D. E. W. Gittens.

Mrs. F. A. Hunte’s Dendrobium
Stratioties also brought first prize.
This exhibit was well grown with
six flower spikes.

Madame Ifill’s Oucidiumus Am-
plicatums were beautiful and
gained first and second prizes.

Phalaenopsis Hybrids sent in by
Miss Olive Da Rocha were certain-
ly a beautiful sight and
awarded first prize

were

The cut flowers were quite up
to their usual standard,

FURNITURE
In the furniture cection there
were fewer exhibits than there

were last year,
was of a fairly

but workmanship
high standard



THIS HEIFER exhibited by the Dayrells Dairy Farm won a
prize at the Exhibition yesterday in Queen's Park.

Lione] Danie) of Culloden Road
was awarded first prize and
special prize of $10.00 for 4
wardrobe which was adjudged the
best polished piece of furniture.

George Harris also won a first
prize for a Dressing table,





However the most noteworthy
exhibit in this section was a Cat
asta tray made by Alphonéa Hol-

der, a blind man of Goodlanc

Housing Scheme.

NEEDLE CRAFT

In the needle craft section thec«
were quite a number of exhibit
and these attracted a good del
of attention from the ladie

mney were genevally of gool
standard. Miss Lucy Armstrong
carried off the First Prize for %
hand embroidered quilt. Mrs. K.
Martineau also won a First Prize
for a pique embroidered exhibit

BOOKS

An interesting feature of the
Exhibition was the display af
books by the Publie Library. This
display was in the Queen’s Park
House (ground floor), and its ai-
tractive layout was a tribute to
the staff of the Library.

It was a welcome revival of an
idea started in 1949 by Mr. D. A.
Wiles, the then Public Librarian,
and is part of the campaign to get
the public interested in reading

The small booth depicted a book
jtanding on edge and about haif
way open, Through the open door-
way, could be seen a fireplac«
with glowing’ embers in front
of which there was a table on
which a number of magazine
were displayed

Posters showing the various
types of books, and a few books
which will go into circulation at
the Library, were also used.

‘ PRIZE

“HAND BOUQUETS
SECTION 1—FLORAL BOUQUET
lst—Miss K, Hollinsed, 2nd—M
Sisnett
“BRIDAL BOUQUFT
SECTION 2
lst—-Alfred Castro, 2nd—-Mr J
Chandler
SHEAP BOUQUET
SECTION 3%
Ist+Mi E Shepherd 2nd—A
Castro


















LIST

















firs











ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
VEGETABLES



CLASS
Artichokes—3 Ib 1 Southborc
2nd~-Southboro’ Boy
s--6 or Ist—St. Clements’ Boys
2re St. Clement Bo)
Caulifiowers—3 only—Ist—Ho Inno-
ents’ Boys; 23nd-—St. Lukes Boys





Carrots longi—6 only—Iist—Hillaby
Sche 2nd—Southboro’s Boys’
»ts (Stump rooted)—6 only—Ist
School; 2nd—Southboro’ Boys’
3 ibe Ist--St Luke's Boys’;
Luke's Boys
Eschalot (Green)—3 Ibs.--Ist. South-
boro’ Boy 2nd--St, Clements’ Boys’
Eschalot (Dry 3 ib ist—St. Luke's
Girl 2nd--Southboro’ Boy

Ginger Yellow (Fresh)—2 |b Ist

Southbero’ Boys 2nd—Seuthbore’ Boys’
Rabi—6 only—Ist—St Luke's
2nd—Holy Innocent’s Boys



” 4 only—ist—Holy
Boys’, 2nd—Holy Innocent’s Boys’.
Lettuces (Mignonette)—6 only—jst—
Southboro’ Boys’; 2nd—Southboro’ Boys’
Lettuces (A.O.V. not purple}=6 only

Innocent's

lst—Southboro Boys’; 2nd—South-
bore’ Boys
Radishes—24 only lst—Southboro’
Re, 2nd—Southboro’ Boys
Turnips—6 oniy—ist—Hillaby School;
and—Hillaby School
CLASS 5

Beans Bush—2 Ibs ist 2nd—Hilla-
by School





Beans String—2 lbs.—Ist—Hillaby
School; 2nd-—-St, Jude Boys
Bor A.O.V.i—2 tbs.—1st—Hilla-





1; Ind—St. Barnabas Boys’.
amber six only —1st—Southboro’
5 2nd--Southboro’ Boys
Ege Plant—six only—1st
Boys 2nd—Southbero’ Boy
Barnabas Boys
Peppers, (Collection of not less
varieties excluding
Southboro’ Boy

Southboro’
3rd—St.

than
Sweet—ist

DIVISION 10

Ornamental Foli
Section 1—Agz
ist—E G

CLASS 7

e Plants

single Specimen.
Wilkie, 2nd=Government





fred House

Section 2—Alocassia, single specimen.















“PARLY VICTORIAN POUQUEFT ist—-Simeon Clarke, 2nd—Government
SECTION 4 House
ist-Mre. J. E. Williams, 2nd—Mr Section 3-—Alocassia specimens, all
Feldman different
“BUTTON HOLF lst—Government House
SECTION 5 Section 4—-Anthurium single apeci
lst—Muriel Warren, 2nd+Mr nen
shall ist—Mrs, J. W. Chandler, 2nd—Gov-
SECTION 6 ernment House
“CORSAGE” Section 5—Aralia single specimen
lst—Miss Hollinsed, 2nd--Alfred lIst—Government House, 2nd+Mrs. J.
tro W. Chandler
“PRESENTATION BASKET OF Section 6—-Aralias, 3 specimen all
FLOWERS” different
§ TION 7 lIst—Government House, 2nd—Govern-
lst—Alfred Castro 2nd—Mrs. Tom ment House.
Wilkinson section §—Begonia, Rex, single speci-
CLANS 7 men
“Best Kept School Garden" Ist—-Stephen Collins, 2nd—Stephen
ist—Holy Innocents Boys D Collins
dan, 2nd—St. Siles Boys’ ‘8S. O Section 10—Cactus single specimen
3rd—St. Luke's Girl Mr Dottir Ist——Mrs Feldman, 2nd—Mrs Feld-
CLASS 8 (Section man
Best Kept Green Vegetab Garden Section 11—Cacti, 3 specimens, all @if-
‘st—Sam Marshall, Eckstein Village, ferent
St Michael and—E W. Brathw ist—Mrs, Feldman
Welchman Halil, St Thomas, 3 Section 12-—-Coleu 5 specimens, all
Bentham, Enterprise, Christ. Church different
CLASS 8 ‘Section B ist—Lady Hutson 2nd—G§vernment
ist—Sam Marshall, Eckstein Village, House
St. Mich E. W. Brathwaite Section 15—Croton, single specimen
man Hall, St. Thoma c 1 Simeon Clarke
terprise Christ Churct ist--Government House
Thorne, Airy Hill, St. Josep? 2nd—-Government House
McCollin, Goodland St, Michael ind—A. de L. Innis
Perkin Pilgrim Ter Ch, Ch H Section 16—-Croton 3 specie all dif-
man, Brag Joseph; ¢ ferent
Clement Joseph D. Mrs. E, Jones
Hillaby, St r ksor ist—Government House
Bes St Peter G tochester Black 2nd—Mrs. J. W. Chandler
Bess, St. Peter; 5. G. Gill, Arch nd—Government House
St. Thomas Section 17——-Crotons 6 species, all dif-
CLASS 8A (Section A ferent
Best Kept Peasant Holding Including Ist—-Go ment House
Livestock” ist—Government House
Ist—M A Wilkinson, 2nd-—L Settior 18—Caladiums, ingle speci-
ence, 3rd—T. Crichlov men
CLASS 8A (Section B) Ist—Simeon Clarke
ist-1 Belle 2nd—Georre Lew Ist—Government House
Wilfred Maynard; Srd—Cecil King, B 2nd—Walter Carrington
Green, B. Nurse 2nd--Goverhment House

CLASS 8A (Section C)

1 John Brathwa
Seale. 3rd=Mre

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Section 19
1 all different
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tnd=Simeon Clarke
Section 20—Dracaena, single
Young
2nd—Walter Carrington.

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22-~Marantas
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Wilkinson,
H. Wilkinson

Livistona spp

2nd—E. Straker.

(f) Pritchardia pacifica,
Ist—E. Straker.
Ptychosperma Macarthurii.
and 2nd—Mrs.
th) Thrinax spp.
Ist and 2nd—Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson

W. Chandler,

isingle) single
Chandler
(double) ingle

27—Poinsettia

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J. W. Chandler
Sisnett.

Government
CABINET MAKERS’
WARDROBE

House

2—"DINING TABLE

lst—Joseph Alleyne,
cott
Section 4—"DRESSING TABLE"
Harris, 2nd

“MORRIS

istt—E. B. Herbert
12(a)—"‘UPRIGHT CHAIRS’

lst—George

cott
12(b)—"A.0.V."

ist—Arnold Worrell
2nd--Government

ist—-Henry Miller.

Ist—Henry Miller



Goddard
3rd—Kathleen Youngs

3—FAT BARROW and SOW 4
under 12 months. Ist--Miss B
2nd—Julian

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Dracaena, 3 specimens, st!

2nd—Govern-

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Govern.

single specimen ta)

2nd—Mrs,

2nd—Mrs

J. H. Wilkinson

2nd—Mr
3 specimens al!

J. H. Wilkinson

of ornamental

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Queen's

2nd—George Har

2nd—Hugh Wal

3—"BOOK CASE OR CHINA

2nd—Hugh Wal-

hibition,
exhibited this
with 17 last year.

Herbert

2nd--R. A. Grif-

arranged,
well attended
had to stand.

OR OCCASIONAL that

2nd-—John Walker
CHAIRS tone



MRS. ©. G. MANNING'S Cocker
Spaniel “Gentleman Jim”

year as compared

Seating accommodation was well Mr.
but the show
many
Everyone took a
keen interest in the judging.

Spaniel “Gentleman Jim”. |Mrs
©. Goddard’s brown Alsatian
“Honey” won the Cup for Cham-
pion Bitch of the Show.

In the Alsatian Class Mrs. E.
Goddard's “Honey” was first
Second place went to Mr. R. W.
Sidenberg’s “Fourbrooks Niki’.

Mr. Ian Gale’s ‘Piccolo of Fini-
mere” carried off honours in the
Boxers Class.. Second was Mrs.
M. E. Skinner's “Rusty Rufus”.

Mr. Harold Mayhew’s “Kim”
was the only entrant in the Bul!
Mastiff Division to parade before
the judges. and was awarded forest
prize.

Major attraction of the show
was axhuge Great Dane “Virginia
of Malpertus” entered by Lady
Hutson, | Virginia won first prize.
Miss Y. Wellesley’s French Poodle
“Black Tona of Radmor” carried
off first prize in the Poodle Class.

In the Bull Dog Class Mr. H. F.
Shearn’'s “Letchworth Pongo” won
first prize. ‘Second was Mr. R. A
Rayside’s “Amber”

The group prize for the best non-









won the sporting exhibit went to Mr. lan
Champion Cup at the Dog Show at Gale’s “Piccolo of Finimere”.

Park yesterday.
man Jim” also carried off honours
in the Cocker Spaniel Class and
gained another Cup for being the took the honours in the Retrie
best imported exhibit on Show.

“Gentle-
Miss E. B. Cox’s Golden
triever “Stubblesdown

Re-
Barle



Division. In the Cocker Spaniel
Class Mrs. C, G. Manning's

Over 500 people yesterday at- “Gentleman Jim” won first prize.
tended the Dog Show at the Ex-
Thirty-six dogs

The Cup for the best exhibit in
the sporting group was awarded to
“Gentleman Jim”’.

Gerald Wood's “Frisky”
won in the Terrier Class, First
prize in the Scottish Terrier Class
was won by Mr. B, G. Stoute’s
The “Bunty of Highgate”. Mr. Stoute

were

was 30
people

Show was staged by the Barbados also got second prize with “Sadie

2nd—-E. Archer Kennel Club.



2nd—Hugh Wal- Section 4

ist—-F. E. C





CLASS 9 (Plant
Section 3—Ferns, 3
ferent.

2nd—Thelbert

Section 5—-A.0.V
Ist—Miss B. Job son

Goddard,

FREE
OFFER

12 Montns and
Bethel,

Johnson
single



in Baskets)
specimens,

Barbados Products Lid.,
in the island announce
displaying some of their products in a booth
in Queen’s Park at the Annual Industrial

Exhibition TO-DAY.
JORDAN SUGAR

over.
2nd—John D



pecimen

of Highgate”’.

RUM AND FALERNUM
DIVISION 8—CLASS II























Goddard Section 1—Single distilled Rum, uncol-
. y us CLASS 8—(FERNS) oured, present year's manufacture
TABLE OR CHAIR LEGS, Section 1—Adiantum, Farleyense, single 4.1 West India Rum Refinery, Black
am specimen Rock
. feb WIT Ist—Mrs, O, Aishett Section 2—Single distilled Rum, colour-
—"CHAIRS SEATED WITH fection 2—Adiantum, Maiden Hair, sin- "°'e4" present year's manufactute
sad ic ade ll sie specimen ist—West India Rum Refinery, Black
i 1s lst—Mrs 0 Sisnett and Miss R. poe,
ndustrial School Hollinsed 2 ‘
. 36 ection 3—Double distilled Rum, present
10—CLASS 10 2nd—Government Hoi and Mie RVs manusactute
RASTER Se euvneD FiaNse Hollinsed ist—West India Rum Refinery, Black
(a) Grage Fruit Section 3—Adiantums 3 specimens, all ocx
ener Syne different, : ; , Section 4—Single or Double distilled
Snd ee rrr os Res Chi aahe coteae by Merchants for Household Use
4 Section 4—Adiantums, 6 specimens, all tst--John D. Taylor & Son, Roe
[eo different ‘ Sat ah Street; 2nd—Renown Manufacturing
erie or icone s ea N. Clarke 3ra floor of Plentations Ltd
3—SWIN Section avalia, single specimen Reeti hdinele or teoublle . distitied
ss 1 Ist—Mrs, O. Sisnett, Miss B. Johnson; Seton Scones | Of atired. Blended
year and under 2 2nd—Mrs. O. Sisnett, Miss B, Young and Bottled by Merchants for House
Section 6—Davalia, 3 specimens, all dif- hold Use
Goddard 2nd—Julian ferent é lst—H. B. Kinch 135 Roebuck Street
lst—Mes. O. Sisnett ; 2nd—John D. Taylor & Son, Roebuck
years and under 4 Section 7~Golden Fern (Fine), single Gtregy
specimen Se a « etait,
Ist—Government House, 2nd—Mrs, 0, Sevier, | Tawgis rang » on a a
year and under 2 Sisnett Street; 2nd—Ince & Co., Ltd.) Roebuck
yection Golden Fern single speci Street °
men = ant
. : = Sectio 7—Commercial Falernum
years and under 4 ist—Mrs, O. Sisnett, 2nd—Mrs. O. Sis "iat. “atuart a faueor Stal. Roebuck
nett : f
Stre 2n Ma Joorly & Co Ltd
Section 9—Silver Fern, Single specimen. Sizeet; 2ng— Ma sla
CLASS 2 ist—Mrs. O. Sisnett, 2nd—Mrs. O. Si Me platen eaLAke i'd
under 2 months and nett TSIOD . CLé eae
Section 10—A.0.V. of Fern not specified One? iB, — its a
(Holborn), 2nd—Joseph above senate CLU CANES
~M oO Ss tt Government >ection
2-FAT BARROW OR SOW, 6 vated < sci nee ist acob ~Young, Black Rock; 2nd
under 9 months 2nd--S. N. Clatke Government House. Sennie Gittens, Rose Gate, St, John

Section 2

all dif lst—Jacob Young, Black Rock; 2nd
Jacob Young Black Rock.
Section 3
ist—Sonnie Gittens, Rose Gate, St
John; 2nd—Jacob Young, Black Rock,

the newest industry
that they will be

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-



HONEY



MRS.

bitch “Honey” won the Cup for the
best local exhibit on show.

E. GODDARD'S Alsation

First prize for the best in the

Terrier Class group went to
“Frisky”.

Of the sporting breeds, Mrs.
G. G. Feldman’s “Duke of Bar-

bados” won first prize im the
Dachshunds Class. Mrs. Feldman
also won second prize with “Duch-
ess of Barbados.”

First prize for the best group of
the Sporting Breeds went to
“Duke of Barbados”.

The Cup for the best puppy on
show went to the Dachshund
“Duchess of Barbados” while Mrs.
Manning's “Gentleman Jim” car-
ried off the Cup for the best dog
on show. The Cup‘ for the best
bitch went to Mrs. E. Goddard’s
Alsatian “Honey”.

“Honey” also won the Cup for
the best locally bred exhibit while
“Gentleman Jim” took the prize
for the best imported exhibit.



St. Michael; 3rd—Sonnie “Gittens, Rose



Gate, St. John

Section 1—CLUMP OF PLANT CANES
lst—Mount Pleasant Plantation,
Philip; 2nd—Turner Hall Plantation



Andrew
Section
Ist-—Frizers




Plantation, St. Joseph;

2nd——-Turner Hall Plantation, St An-
drew

Section 3

Ist—Frizer Plantation St Joseph;

2





2nd—Mount
Philip
Section 4—-CLUMP OF RATOON CANES
ist—Halton Plantation, St Philip;
2nd—Mount Pleasant, St. Philip

Section

lst—Turner Hall Plantation, St. An-
drew 2nd—Turner Hall Plantation, St.
Andrew

Pleasant Plartation St.

CLASS 1

Section 6





Ist—-Mount Pleasant Plantation St
Philip; 2nd—Mount Pleasant Plantation,
St. Philir J
Section 7—BUNDLE OF 12 CANES
TOPPED HALF-WAY AND CLEANED

lst—Society Plantation, St. John; 2nd

Turner Hall Plantation, St. Andrew

Section ¢
Ist—Turner Hall Plantation, St. An-
drew; 2nd—Society Plantation, St. John,
DIVISION 8—SUGAR & MOLASSES
CLASS 10



Section 1—YELLOW GROCERY SUGAR
ist—Sandy Lane Factory, St. James;
2nd—Applewhaite Factory, St. Thomas

ard—Hagegatts Factory St. Andrew,

Section 2—CLEAR STRAW SUGAR
Varren Factory, St. Michael; 2nd
vhaites Factory St Thoma:
3rd—Searles Factory, Christ Church
Section 3—~DARK CRYSTALS
ist—Andrews Factory, St, Joseph; 2nd
Sandy Lane Factory, St. James; 3rd

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1952

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ection _¢ SPECIAL FANCY MO- Aaron Yea ‘—_w 2 ON, | pcre 234 Se austin I 1 ‘oins er -
ASS) a Asti ayn 2:
ist~CU® Fectory. &t. Jon t—5 Ist—Edg- Section (8) Chrysanthemums ” 7 CBarles te ¥,
+ St. 4 R. Boveh ) Three Stalks Buck, 8 :
DIVISION 8—CLASS 10 i i - “ m ae aanen Type ae -
FANCY . _lbs.—lst—B, Gree Ist—Mr. Parry—Garrison 2nd—Mrs. F Luwer Cla 2nd— > vi —
Bection 5 CY MULASSES k “wag? Hutson—Grand View Buck Teagenburs Type en By FRANK PAGE, |
a » . . ist-W. Bulle 2nd Secti 9)—Dahl Ist ial . ¢ : oh .
jst-—Behe Factory, St. Michael; 2nd ae non ie ‘Sinsie Specimen seas oe Milk British Alpine T Leadem Journalist, author and feature writer. it ‘ and atta
ory, irist Church; &rc 2 lst-—Mr =n > Y a ‘ je , } % *
nee ey | ch; ard Sor F thwaite, 2nd 1s Mr. R. Park Qnd—Mr. R ; lst—-Dudley Gibbs. 2nd’ H. Ne | Queen Elizabeth II, for whose Coronation an entirely eee
. . ; oe A kinsor Joes in Milk— i , x » has » y
PRESERVED FRU ITS, JELLIES Squash, 1 tyne with Aowere-i96 Onis bi) Paste Secon hen tm BES Seanen Type new coinage has been designed, can look back on more than ‘
uy SION 9 CLASS 1 Asi—Mrs. J. |W. Chandler, Ist—Mrs. Wilkinson, 2nd—Migs J. Wil- Dees in Milk—Togeenburs Type 2,000 years of coin-minting by her predecessors give them HALIBORANGE
(a) Guav tb “ ,Tomatoes, Marglobe or Similar—1st— kinsor st-—Frank Massiah, 2nd—C. Blackett. ; : - =e :
Ben TNO 2 gone-Ib. Dotties—-tet Mra. J. W Chandler, Ind—R._ Bovell Section (19)—Dianthus Does Kids—Alpine Type. ey The earliest English coins were made of gold, and were } every day
} us Jordan &rc matoes, A.O.V.—2n cE. Brathwaite Sincle Spee! s' : ji 9 say % . » 7 r .
oo Oeste ‘obe- 1 bott! 3rd—J. Goddard , SRA We te nthe e W Mee Rie aes ae struck by the rulers of tribes in the south and east of the} f THERE’S NOTHING LIKE IT for buildi
ottles Turnips—12 only—lst—E. Brathwaite ment House ilst—I. L. Oxley i—c . P irst half of i . TV ~~ none
a pase : ; ‘ s ’ C. Blackett. oO y » firs é ) > fir e ry :
Bei eC, One I. — tet St PAINTINGS, DRAWIN SCULPTURE (od: Phnee. Sieeliasie Oxley, 2nd—C._ Blackett c ountry during the first half of the first century B.C. They : up reserves of vital energy, promoting
perick's | ‘ ard, er wits. T. Wilkinson, 2nd—Mrs. T. Ram, Black Bellied Type, no teeth were uninscribed and continued in use until the Romans healthy growth, strong bones and teeth
Jam ads: r Seascape—lst—W . hilen : ebster, 2nd—Fitz Foster, , 7 3ritz ar snc Smits f ~ Z -
seamed. decile. inka ote TCR ee a eee. Le anne Ram, Black Bellied Type, 2 teeth invaded Britain around 43 B.C. In imitation of their con- | a —and resistance to illness,
bepherd Sek A meer mae ae pans RT NT Pe nist Frank Massiah “3nd—G. A, Mar- querors, the rulers of ancient Britain then began to mint |
ib) Guava, p-Ib.—wn Miss in 7 one t wy oe a . any ; i i
Wood, fra eT ae ee Cane "Heasede = Sat~Petar Rocio CiskcuRene ’ Ram, Flack Bellied Type. 4 teeth and over coins bearing their own inscriptions. Nine of these rulers Made from purest halibut oil, cleverly blended
" : andscs ” Seas : st—Pete on (ie jerbe st-—G, A. Marshall. 3 n oe lal Se z i Seat : : .
* Sees Denis Miss Wood WiNeorent t—Oscar Walk (a) Double, Single Specimens ster . arshall, 3nd—K, D. Web-! are known to us from Roman records, and coins bearing the | hae the juice of ripe oranges, it is rich in
a . - 8 s Woo gure—ls scar alkes. Mr ir @nd— ~ s _ ‘ ° ’ : 5 =
Sorrel, one-Ib—ist Mrs L. F. Abstract—Ist Peter Walbridge ie ee Mist ~-acpaptce meta Be oe ane ce BLY a Mea names of six of them have survived Vitamins A and D and so delicious in taste that
is, 2nd L. Jordan Class 4—-ANY MEDIUM—Other tha ©) Sing! he z Foster, 2nd -, Webster. most finick
'A.O.V.—ist St. Matthias Girls’ Ge and Walsveclber ae n a. —_ eaend AESRess Sh Retarent nwe, Bink Bellied Type, 2 teeth and During the Roman occupation! Blizabeth II which will be issued a a 7 at aes
je: owen ae Geatien Garcaisalels” Blackmans Ist—G. A. Marshall, 2nd—H. Neblett, ogee =e a, curren | for general circulation is of eight me it wih ihe.
la) Grapefruit—ist Mr. Haynes 2nd Figure—Ist—Miss _U. C. Hawkins. ‘ ee ee PN Som, ie ‘wnt, teeth A rie “9 aaa, 4, i a country and yalues, In cupro-nickel will be e Ab ect it’s fine for grown-
5 Meetaest ist ik: Mayne chlowers or Still Life—tst—Mrs, D. _ ist—Nire. HF. Marson er as ee EE Whee: eee wee appear the half-crown (two shillings and ups too!
“ —Iist } z s neesman $ ‘ , @ ‘ le ec » exce > C 5 -
uava Stewed, one-lb.—Ist L. Jordan, Abstract—Ist—Victor Greenidge. ees Double The s wae kh” tiseae A D * 937 337 — aso sixpence); florin (two shillings);
Ann Jordan, Class 5—SCULPTURE—(Figures or ee eek tek atte ak ek AD, a eee ke oe ee —337 when Roman shilling and sixpence. There is to
auva Cheese, 2-Ibs.—Ist D. Maxwell Animals) Chandler-Toda ee ’ W rend 4 - V “he eo eee over mints were in Operation first at be a 12-sided thvee-penny piece
a : , : . . ebster, 2 P q . = . ’
7, Shaddock Rind 1-Ib.—Mrs, 1. _ Modelling in any other medium—1st ser tt),, Sintle,, Three Specimens Springer, = oe SW oo ane then in London. and bronze pennies, half-pennies
fc) Lemon Rind i ist Mel 4 oe ata 5 i ist—Mrs. J. W Chandler odds, 2nd Ewe, A.O.V., no teeth we the Roman withdrawal and farthings
2nd Mr. A CHILDREN— (Age 14 te 17 Inclusive) ree das abactineae all different Eee PON matshall, and—O. Goodman, and the establishment of the) To replace silver, cupro-nickel THEN
) Grape fruit Rind. Landscape or Seascape—ist—St. -Mar- M wa S er—T« a. ind Aste A AM by ee = O. Web Anglo-Saxon kingdoms some an llos f 75 per cent. copper ICEST WAY OF TAKING HALIBUT OIL
) Orange Rind, 1-lb.—1lst Mrs tin’s Scho: lle : 7s ba eee eb- | . ne | 3 alloy of 7 1 <
y and =. Ww o oe ' I i Bae oh ceili vie maeeviite cele ios Museuin, ter ie Ef: « mage copper coins were made,| and 25 per cent. nickel, was au-
i ‘aylo - ( 3 : | sold are
erves in Syrup nininad . (Age Under 1) (a) Single Specimen cur FLowsmecOoresorsons” |PUt old coins were probably |thorised by Act of Parliament it
meee 7 oe - peenes nt at Picture in colour—lst—Janette Kelly lst—Mrs. Chandler—Todds, 2nd—Mrs Anthuriums, all one colour—il) H. v,| @Unted at Canterbury and Lon-/| 1946. This was to enable Britain
a S 201 2rik Jordan dr s oc i i 3 Ji , S - , *
Jordan . nated = * ‘Gitte’ ‘Sehonle ewe ee a “ae three Specimens, all different fe k Miss E, Shepherd of Black | don. from A.D. 600 to repay silver supplied by the
(Guava, one-lb.—ist S. Jordan, 2nd Pattern making ie Martek (Se Agard ,_e “a melt United States of America under
; an, 2 ater i st—s 2 o Awar Antirrhinums—(1) M y. Chand-| Ki te. Sade : . s fi
a Shain dae. Bee OOROCHET AND KNITTIN Section (16)—Lilles f ler > W. Chand-/ King Offa’s Silver Pennies Lend-Lease agreement during
Jaan, gmade Fudge, 2-Ibs.—1st Ine. Groshet Ten Gloih-aise Mrs. H Ward, lst—lare, Chandler STodds. tnd—Mrs Mrs oe W. chanel J. W. Chandler,) By the end of the seventh c¢ World War II to provide silver
n, 2nd C alton 2nd—Mrs. P. F. Clarke * Colin Wa St. Lucy ” r “Ch 02 . . ’ for use in industry
ae Rekete A.O.Y, pide ecacmes sce. Buh wisabtie~ 1 —— 7 ri i Rinste Seah He? anthemums—(1) Government | tury every Anglo-Saxon ruler had! a Pe ,
Holy Trinity 2nd Mrs. T. F. Harris. King, 2nd—Mrs. H. Williams * ast-—Government Houte, 2nd~-Governe. Coenen N; Hewitt of St. George. | established his own mint and is-| The Royal Mint, where the
ney in Shallow extracting. frames Household article in fine crochet or ment House i ’ Oe ea Cninese Forget-me-not) | sued coins bearing } , the "vad separ =
nae. C.D. Starshall. CC. Marshall. crochet BAA daa bach IEE CA action Cit y= y 1-lb. Frames—ist and 2nd Geo. small), Plate d’oyleys Tray Cloth a) Three Spec “y = | » fater, his portrait. It was} Elizabeth II is being te 1
- a ’ a . { pecimens, all different Dianthu LD . | . < . abeth is béing made, stanc
Re tosiiketia te. Wai 5 coat Guest’ Towel we st Mts. H. Ward, | Ist—Mrs. P. B. O'Neal, 2nd—Mrs, Blair Sighbate clacde T. Wilkinson of | witn Offa, King of Mercia, whose| opposite the ancient Tower of “ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, E,.2
les—2 white 3 gill 2nd—Mrs ard, Banniste eerie i “ ‘
s—Ist D. E. W. Gittens, 2nd N Table runner or Centre—1st—Demon- ae (b) Bix Specimens all different J “W. Chandi silat | sdlitheg shen 9 a ‘ED sanuon that the coin-| London, in which it hati previ-
sttator G1, Behool, Rné—G. Gandsidee 1 dais. Poo OMG Sea Gene aah sandler, =} ae o mngland really began in| ously been situated for 500 years. |
= Yex (bleached lbs—Ist. Drawn thread in household article such nell : ie ney Gerperas—(1) Mrs. N. Hewitt, (2) Mr. /the 8th century, He issued silver) The mint, which has been on its
ent as Tea Cloth, Tray Cloth, D’oyleys (4), § 0)—S 1 ; a 7 snnies - 7 . 3 , . ep
s Wax (unbleached)—3 lbs—Ray Lunch set. etc.—ist—Mrs, TUniyett and Saha ow ce eaiee ens San Grasses—(1) Beresford Nurse pennies bearing a fine portrait of present site for over 140 years, is
t, Ray Went. Mrs. E Mayhew. Zs ane aabtahes ne dds, 2n aivpiecus- a) mre D. C. Hawkins, | Himself, and for the next five) visited every ar by many over-
Garment in Drawn thread such as § 22) —Z ore ‘ondust, | centuries the silver nt Sis I | ‘hance |
CUT FLOWER—ORCHIDS Heavy linen Dress, Bodice. aise pec nh iar Specimens oe oneen T.cket No, 3494, \ the only coin issued in area c tt I ws t rs f th tom ie .
yas Species Dorothy Hassell lst—Mrs. J. WiiRinso , ) 8 isne’ | - . t sTBLATKC we xchequer © 1¢ time is al-
purple & variations—Mrs, Gran- Finished article in Fine drawn thread ot ee ee TGR pezonotie (1) Arthur Mayhew, River | The pennies generally bore the! ways the Master of the Mint, but
robium Hybrids ae, Pore on ; ee oo “&. Bletch- bite Mrs. J. Wilkinson, &nd—Mrs. J "Flentas a’) Mr Dp. C. Hawkins, | name and bust of the kit some the practical superintendence is
er, nd—Mrs. E ayhew Yilkins - . ‘ 5 a Ss, | . or, . » reo > . > .
ist PJrises at 76 cents each, Two bree cet earn ae ve ene nike Me ceutsda Mil iniidal Egerton, St. George, (2) Mrs, O, Sisnett | forn of cross on the reverse with, done by a permanent Deputy Mas-
ePrizes at 36 cents each—Ist—Master —Miss T. Sealy, 2nd—Miss K, Warren. td Maigs: Sreshene sea Mise Shane ge MV, Maran, “() Mise] SR nach PEON “OF. the: name of She! ter and a Comptroles
en Collins. S Kn.:ted Socks’ in wool, silk or thread herd cake oe ee jmint and the moneyer responsible °
roblum alaenopsis Ist—-P. Hinds, 2nd-—Ina McClean. (d) A.O.V. Six Specime a : "8 r - . { Mo than 1,100,000 ) are
roederianum—and—Mr. H. V. Ma+ Knitted Socks Children's in silk or 1st—Miss Sh chats mens, all different’ Sunflowers, Hybrids—(1) Mrs, O. Sis- for the on By. the mid n SE gat ee iy pte 1S un 0
thread—Ist—C, Cave, 2nd—C. Cox Section (23)—Single Specimen of Any SiO. Sepery “When Wires: pany acer SE 2 Een eee) ene
a Avuins Baby's: Bootike Or whos in se, Wtread Mawer ithonia—(1) Mrs, O. Sisnett, (2) Mrs, |but they were reduced in number the year Most official medals
‘Terrestrial—tst— Mrs. Sisnett or | wool—ist—Miss M. Bailey, and— | Ist Mr, Marson, Mrs. J. Tarilton of ~'vertens—(1) Mrs. T. Wilkis lby King Henry Il, and further and many for private commem- | on your tyres means -_ ASST
ums j Eve titute St. James; 2nd—Mrs, Conduit o 5 Saetan bese ’ naon ‘ ce Wtonean at} > .
ee sateen Si4vtaMadaine tai coe es tae i patetid teeta. ii ames; 2nd—Mr Conduit of Pine Zinnias, Mintature—-(1) Mrs. T. Wil- | by suecessive kings in the 13th 0! ation are also manufactured ' “
Madame Ifill. Miss Kathisen Wood. Snd-Iire.. Feldman, k aon ) Miss : E Shevherd. < }eentury. By this time silver coins in the Royal Mint, as well as the} aan:
Papilio—ist—Mrs. L., H. Nicholls Knitted Swenter or Pullover in silk ot LACE & EMBROIDERY aanees, any other variesy--(2) ae iat f wor p » being | engravings of the official seals of |
chepiottis Soceinitlar obits Tete ante), Pot ae x, O8 sae ne tae ae ee mt ERY i E, Shepherd, Mrs, N. Hewitt is ; orkmanship were being) ¢n& ’ i o! ti cial se
herd, 2nd—W. R. F. Parkinson N. Walcott — One a MATUNnSau,, 406 Collection of any flowers not specified | Minted the United Kingdom and Colonial
elotits | Epeties-ist--Oirs, .. A. cenit, Gr Crochet or Linky and- Grochet. Section S+tet—W> Ch/ Stollle, Shde Gh mucosa ane ee In the middle of the 4th cen-| Governments, The Royal Mint, in
e, an Mite F, W. Hunte lst—Mrs. Bertie King, 2nd—Miss A. V. Parris 4 St. Thomas, (2) Mrs. 1. Wilkso tury a coin called the noble was| addition to United Kingdom coin-
a Hybrids Harbur Secti 3—1st—Mrs. Norma lowell ‘ : lissued, t > 0. » ne re so Pp sins y ome
) Strap leaf—ist—R. F. Parkinson, Garment with plain sewing hemming 2nd : Miss Hollinsed a ee DIV. 8, CLASS 4 issued, to be followed ay the ne xt) Oe al : > peer or na vere
; and tucking (Handwork)—1st—Miss Hol- | Section 4—Ist—St, Paul's Girls’ School FRUIT jcentury by the angel. There was] other countries of the Common-
(b) Terete—isf—Mr. H. B. Bannister, linsed, 2nd—Miss L. Smith 2nd—St. Patrick's School : a pees _ Golden—12_ only—(1) Ruth |also the groat, valued at four-| Wealth, and a number of overseas
2nd—H. B Bannister. Garment in sewing, machine work, | Section 5—Ist—T, Gibson 2nd—Daphne ee il, Chapman's Village, ( Met®} pence, and the sovereign intro- countries int luding Bolivia, Bur-
AO.V. not specified single such as Dress, Shirt, Bos ete.—Ist Archer as tuinéd by King Vil (A.D.|ma, Jordan, Iraq, Costa Rica, Ni
men—Ist—Mrs. John Mrs. —St. Martins’ School, 2nd—T. Joseph Section 6—1st—Miss Hollinsed Apples, Sugar—6 onky—(1) Elsie Davis. |GUCCQ’ Dy ig sentry Renee ret eo ae ‘ s ,
a Lee Garment with Smocking ist—C tion 7—Ist—Mr D. C. Hawkins Bananas, Cavendish, Bunch—(1) Ruth | 1485-1509). The sovereign be-/ caragua and Guatemala
Beerecimens, all difterent of the same James 2nd—C. James 2 Miss Hollinsed ; eae , k ; ‘came the supreme coin and the The Gold Seal
‘a—lst—Mr F, Parkinson, 2nd Pla Jeedlew: wu years Section { artine q anana Junch Egerto co . r - ‘ * - s 16 Gold Seal is
L. H. Nicholls. : arian Ist pe ind St Martine Girls” ‘ oo) Mrs. D "C Hawk ee een Sargeant ane angel wa upplemented by the End of Lecal Mints car tyres pontes' ere ot Solan
tion Pochette or Bag of any kind—ist ‘Section 9—1st_Mrs. Walcott, 2nd—Mrs. , B@m#nas, Gros Michel, Bunch—(1) | gold crown, worth five shillings Although coins have been mint~| graduated rib wi ith nth Seen
all same specie—lst—Miss Enid Mrs. D. Phillips, 2nd—St, Jude's Girls’ Walcott ; Ruth Bovell, (#) Rediend Fin lintroduced by Henry VIII, This in|ed in London for more than: 1,000 yut ee Saeenc Ee
erd, 2nd—Mr. F. A. Hunte School Section 10—1st—Mrs. Norman Howell, Preston, Smith | * ; aoe it was not until the 16th puts most rubber where wear is greatest.
Mixed species—2nd—Miss Sisnett. Hooked Rug—1st—Mrs. C anto- 2nd—Mrs, Norman Howell ' {a)_ Citrons—3 only—(1) C. M. Dey- | turn was followed during the six te The raw materials and compounds used
on hole—ist—Alfred Castro, 2nd— fils, 2nd—Mrs. C. Monsantofi Section 12—ist—Mrs. Norman Howell, '©", Christ Church years feign of hi young son,/century that the last of the lo¢ i in the casings of these tyres ensure cool
Se tei 2s One te a ee ee Hon 1s -ni_-G. Hind oa arabefrut—6 only) Mrs. G-|Bdward VI, by a silver crown. |and ecclesiastical mints wa clo 5 _- Ness in running and maximum resistance to
¢ —Ist—Mrs. P. Neal, 2 3. Jone Section st—G inds a eae UT . - , ve “C) . " é a : : n
Mrs, A. Hutchinson. Miscellaneous (Any article in Crochet Section 14—Ist—A. Walte, 2nd—B.E,1, , (¢) Lemons—la only—(1) Dr, H. H. Henry VII minted a silver shilling) ¢d and coimige, | com a he a0 Real elie Tes nee pecxiue Gesaiege, ena
; or Knitting not otherwise classified)—ist Section 15—Ist—St. Patrick's School. Johnson Ito which Edward VI added six-|the Mint in the Tower of London most miles for your money—look for the
_ GARDEN VEGETABLES Miss J. Sealy, 2nd—-Mrs, N. B. Warren. _ Section 16 (a)—lst—Mrs. Greenidge ,,‘%) Limes, Lisbon—12 only—Henley |penny and three-penny _ pieces, | Coining by the hammer was re- Gold Seal on Dunlop tyres,
Affowroot—5 lbs.—lst—E. Brathwaite, 2nd—Mrs, Feldman I lantation (2) pare J. W. Chandler land Elizabeth I. his half-sister, i m4 placed by machinery 290 year sos ENYA
Qnd—M. Brathwaite. ARTISAN’S WORK (b)—Ist—Mrs, Greenidge, 2nd—Mrs (e) Limes, A.O.V.—12 only—(1) Cas- | nate fj Bbaw. Semaare ever Se nbs ; Py oeeenewts
Artichokes—5 Ibs.—lst—E Alleyne, TINSMITH'S WORK Greenidge , tle Grant Pin sued three-halfpenny and three-| 8&0
2nd—W. Bullen. Section 2 (a) Ist—Fite Hunte, 2nd—A._ § ection 17-—Ist—B.E.1 ({) Mandarins or Tangerines—12 only |} farthing pieces. These were not Today, in this place of roman- Mh LAE. 7 &
Bestroot—12 only—ist--U, Smith, 2nd F. Ince tion 18—Ist—Miss Lucy Armstrong, ~‘!) Henley Pin., St. John 2 , i as c tradition, where the bright new eZ 2 GWA
continued by her successoi ul , &
Scape rathwaite. (b) lst—A. Browne, 2nd—S. Griffith. Section 19—Ist—E, White, 2nd—E som Pease Sweey-6 only (1) : Serene coinage of a new reign is being
Cabbages—6 only—ist—E. Toppin, 2nd Section (3)—1st—Oswald Alleyne 2nd ackman Pin. Sosa oS byt Wes)
—F. D. L, Gay, Gerald Marshall, ki q 20—1st—K. Martineau, 2nd (th) Oranges, Seville — 6 only (1) Modern coinage can be said to|/made, the machinery is intricate, M Tyre CSigi—
e Carrbis. long type—12 only—Ist— ; Section 10 (aj)—Ist—G. Cripps, 2nd— Mrs. E, Robinson. : eee Pin, (2) Mrs, J. W. Chand- | begin with the second coinage of! powerful and modern The coins
ifcwer—8 only “£. Brathwaite; Peeatn tt caloataheat—“aniiteter Ce Cees i) Pomelo—3 only—-i1) Castle Grant {Charles. IT in 1662,” based on a/being made there are worthy to}
@nd—Mrs, J. W. Chandler Section 12 (a)—Ist—Colin Williams, PURE BRED SAANEN STOCK Pin twenty shilling gold piece, called| stand beside the finest products |
Celery—6 only—2nd W. Brathwaite 2nd—Linda Greenhill Pure Bred Saanen Bucks (j) Shaddocks—3 only (Sweet) the guinea, from the source of its » craftsmen of long ago
Chives—2 Ibs.—1st—E. Brathwaite, 2nd (b) Ist—M. Freeman, 2nd—C. Lowe. Ist—Austin Layne. (1) Mrs. J. W. Chandler We ef hein ia ike, ai 5 ; jot the craftsm ci Bag
—M, Brathwaite CLASS II (k) Shaddocks—3 (for preserving) — an gold, No such coin |
Christophines— 12 only Ist—Julian CUT FLOWERS Pure Bred British Alpine Doe Kids K. Holder, (2) Castle Grant, (3) today, but the term sur- | |
Goad. 2nd I Sargeant, eg i DIVISION 10 CLASS I Ist ‘Eu tace Gibbs Chesterfield a 6 : in the combination of twen- | * _* 7 |
Cucumbers—6 only—ist—F. D Section (a) ink, Three Specimens Pure Bred British Alpine Buck Kid oconuts ater, unch (Claret) a > ‘ ~ : ee OF
@nd—Castle Grant Plantation Ist—Mrs, P. B. O'Neal—St. James 2nd _ 1st—Eustace Gibb ds No First. Prize (2) Castle Grant Pin. |‘¥-ope shillings, and it is in guin Irs rip Ol We
Eschalot, Green—5 Ibs.—Erdiston Col- —Mrs. H. Blair Bannister—Briarfield Pure Bred British Alpine Bucks Granadillas—2 only No First Prize, |€as that professional men in Bri-
lege, (b) Hybrid, Single Soccimens Ist—C McKe (2) Redland Ptan tain still state their fees, and inj ed
Eschalot, Dry—5 Ibs.—Ist Egbert —Ist.—Mrs. P, O'Neal-—St, James, 2nd CLASS. III » Gauvas (12) (1) Castle Grant Ping | guineas that buyers bid at many G rand C cl man ECKS ~*~
Mays 2nd—Vere De Peiza. Mrs. Hawkins—Cane Wood Milch Goats (Any age or breed which St. Joseph (2) Evett Smith 9(3) Mrs, ae 7 wht % ee y At Ten BROS — —
ers, nuG ‘ ay otréet istri utors
wine. Dry-—-2 Ibs—2nd—E. W. Brath- (ec) Hybrid Variegated Single Specimen are entered in the Goat Register) Chandler ° auction sale = = = pad
Ist—Mrs. P. B. O'Neal—St. James Ist—H. Taitt Mangoes—6 only (Grafted) (1) Ivan ASS SS eee
woe éfreshly reaped—5 _Ibs—Ist (d) Three Specimens, All Different Milch Goats (Goats which have had only Forde, Black Rock, (2) John Brathwaite Charles II's currency eventually | Air Commodore Harvey, (Con- i
W. Chandler, 2nd—E, Brathwaite 2nd—Mrs. P, B, O'Neal—St. James 1 litter of kids and which are en- Melons, Cantaloupe or Musk—2 only |p ive g “ag crvative Macclestield asked ’ a
ranged from a five guinea gold | scrvative, le )> i i}
Rabi—6 only—lst—E. Brathwaite, Section (4) Begonias, Three Specimens tered in the Goat Register) (1) Mrs. J. W. Chandler . ” } « 5 State f the > ;
. Brathwaite All Different Ist—C. S. McKenzie. 2nd—Frank Mas- Papaws—4 onh (1) B. Greenidge, | Piece, through shillings and six-~/| the retary of State or 1 - e e ~~ i
12 only—ist—Erdiston College, 1st—Mrs. J. W. Chandler—Todds, 2nd siah 2) Mrs, G. C. Warde, Mr. C. M. Dray-|pences, down to a silver penny,|Colonies, Mr Lyttelton, what {
2nd—H. Gibson. Mrs, J. W. Chandler—Todds Doe Kids ton with copper half-pennies and! progress i being made in build- ff
Lettuce, head—12 heads—ist E. Brath- Section (5) Bougainvilla—Three Speci- ist—H. B. Niblock, 2nd—C. S. Daniel, Pear Avocada (any other variety) 6 \farthings. Towards the end of the; ing the airs trip in Grand Cay- i}
waite, 2nd—M. Brathwaite. mens Does (with two broad teeth) only (1) Ruby Bailey, (2). Castle Grant |47¢ngs. Lowaras l Mg airstrip yy
*Okras, Field—24 only—ist Mrs lst—Mr. H. V. Marson, 2nd—Mrs. B ist—H. B. Niblock Pin,, (3) C. M. Draytor | 18th century, in. the reign of| man i)
was 2nd—E. Brathwaite. Conduit Grade Bucks (of any breed) Plantains, bunch—(1) Redland Planta- | George III, the copper penny was In his reply Mr. Lyttelton said oe ]
Ok Long Velvet—24 only—ist Section (7) Carnati Ist—C. S. McKenzie t St. ¢ ze, (2) Egerton Sergeant, | oe A PY )
MBrathwaite. : Bea seit ; “(a) aingie. Seationens Deas in milk cKenzie (3) St cl sir Baird. igerton Sergeant, /introduced and’ there was, for a) “Work has been finished on the ))
Onions—-12 only—ist-—-E. Brathwaite lst—Mr. T, Wilkinson—Highgate Gar- 1st—C. S 1 2nd—H. B. Niblock Lemons—6 only—No Prize short time, a copper two-penny | terminal building, storerooms {\ ))
Peppers, mixed Ist—E. Brathwaite, den, 2nd—Mr. T. Wilkinson—Highgate Grade Registered Buck Kids (not ex IN FLOWER POTS OR TUBS | piece }and water supply. Good progres {
SAS ctrcst — is aoty << ista®. Gay) Three. Gpediméns—All Different ten ratte bseatisn 4 Anthurium ahi three apebl- | Coins Of Eight Values lis now being made in preparing \
“Brathwaite. lst—Mr. T. Wilkinson—Highgate Open to Peasants Only—Buck, Gritish mens The coinage of the realm of| the runway but surfacing has )
- — -—— ————$$__—_——— _— ----—— ip }not yet begun.” \
Air Commodore Harvey as ~—, \
Mr. Lyttelton what the Govern- }
< == | ment’s plans are for develop- i
“Schemes for mosquito control | ))
and for developing agric mae ;
}
en roads, schools and medical facili- \{
~~ ties are being carried out with) i
ya colonial development and wel-| i
“ fare assistance. The Colonial \
os” Development Corporation have | ))
- et up a turtle cannery,” Mr
e e e Lyttelton said, ° ))
“An airstrip is being built on | i
- ~ Grand Cayman which will open CAR MA’ ‘on ’ it
| > <> 1 S u & S 1 * e e n up the islands generally and, in| COOL AIR VENTILATOR—Blue, Green, Amber, Red, i
| particular, help the expansion of | Clear )
» l yy” r TH . , , . \
EV I | I +e ee aay a : ned ts ta SWANS—Blue, Green, Red, Amber
o me a —— — ia , : : ( ir ommodore arvey as ‘ J} ,ATED BULLS (
LY A shows » things 4 /, oe ; 2S
and the things to buy her | what arrangements are being POLAROID 5 SHAD 1
i : . ; : > TYPE A made by his Department to devel- SPARTON HORNS i
a y a y f ! ‘
SHE 8 THE BE-BOI rYPE op air communications in the CAR JACKS—Screw and Bumper ))
7 vay Jeste Caribbean and especially CHAMOIS LEATHER i)
RY , 70 SHE’P LIKE to get as a Western , ue
KNOW HER 4h present a permanent posy of to and from the Caymans and POLISH : K
by the jersey cap forget-me-nots and silk rose possibility of internal air ser- POLISHES ")
with outsize 4) ina Cellophane box—the sort British Seen ‘? ons WAX & KLEENER ‘
| = of thing that’s popular with Mr, Lyttelton replied: “No new 4 G GAS TANK CAPS
| pompom. It = American college girls. OR arrangements are being made at SOCKET SETS IN BOXE
costs around sandals with coloured straps present except that the Cayman WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION
2. Her colour: that she can wear for dancing. Islands authorities are construct- |; \\
They cost less than £2 jing ar rfield on Grand Cay-
. dresses tor royal blue. ra 2. 8D, ar m Grand Cé BROTHERS ut
comfort and : | mar The Government of i}
middle prices = Jamaica is also considering the i}
—buys things + 2 ‘ = ’ ‘ ‘ possibilily of internal air ser- BAY STREET _— DIAL 4269 tt
like this Si E is I i E Hoy LY GIRL | vices in Jamaica.”"—B.U.P. ska {{
sloppy wind- . od =
cheate® with KNOW HER SHE’D LIKE a warm tri- $7990009000006000 PPLE OOS SOOOSE OOO SPSS LLL AAP PPE PPP PAPE >
elastic rib- by the crochet angular stole in reversible %
bing, which - . i Ss colours—pretty and sensible >
’ . = %,
costs less than hat with fringe % Secs and under £2. OR (for half } 2
£2; tapering in vividly con- = Fo the price) a frilly aprore i %
slacks with trasting colour \ starched cotton to wear when >
dog-tooth —for under £1 * she's learning to be a hostess. . = x
check; red : r %
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calf shoes i : :
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with white | $ —And what are YOU %
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trimmin, . , +, ’ ve : . s,
ac clothes (SHE 8 TH OUTDOOR GIRL $ ee tting for your littl $
; %, oy : irl? %
are obviously aes : : SHE'D LIKI \ Ys ° yoy and girl? %
influenced by KNOW HER ; * woonten scart g x
and belt that can be bought in s 8
Hollywood, by the new . . e .
but she aves e varying colour combinations 1% %
+h oss bes avhite ear-muffs for less than €2. OR—and s x
; : ; this is slightly cheaper $ (COS : as ¥
English air. ; in nylon fur. Datiteck SEA lov: With gx) $ @ BRONCOS @ ANIMAL TOYS x
Not e fe id colours and designs. % oe SCOOTERS @ MERRY-GO-ROUNDS x
as you'd think. % @ CHAIR DI @® TOT-CYCLES %
E ees er far : S @ CANOES @ PONI %
E Is Tt IBROW TIPE 3
4 SHE'D LI 7 % Our TOY BAZAAR is quite new this year, with a %
KNOW HER KE to have a cool : 7 y : : >
I s] nit: claude’ Wat Ok wissaiadl % selection of hard wearing, practical toys that will unte %
| by the chic collar and cuffs in white % prove to be an investment for 1953! ‘ . J %
| button-on hat piqué, which look more ex $ >
i het has’< fuet pensive than they are OR % 1 XS
as velve eae
| the latest belt-fob idea: suede % Take advantage of our Xmas Layaway Plan:
| finish; in purse with gilt clip to go on o of : 7 : eo El . $
} hd Bigade & » 5% Downpayment will hold your purchase $
| 255.-30s. range a belt. Neither should cost . % i] Chri 7 oe »
more than a guinea i % unti iristmas Eve! LOWER BROAD ST. %
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ee a a =o oro more z= % Phone 5136 $
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Constance Be let Blenman, | APE J. Atw o Dea /
Beatrice Gre ijaughters), Irene |
Hayward {sist 11. 12.52—in. _— Se ape ma —— - i
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CARRINGTON--On D ber 10, 1952,]00d mechanieal order. Due to long |
ie Helena ¢ net Her tunerai | Whee base and great power, this car is
es her ijate nee “Eliershe’,)#dmirably suited to conversion to a
thing, Christ Ct 4.30 this | Pick-up or Hearse. COLE & CO., Ltd |
oon fer the We emeters 11.12,.52-—.3n |
Norman. R. Carrington and family. | —— ae vevntetintaggiaanhs |
ly .12.52—4n HYLLMAN STATION WAGON Only |
alti a . 16,000 miles. Owner driven. Appearance
PROCTOR—On ilth December 1952. | good new. Perfect working order. |
Ernest C. Proctor The funeral w.il| BRADSHAW & COMPANY
leave his late @sidence Ernie's,” 6.1 iin. |
Hastings, at 4.15 p.m. today for the] = cr ic
estbury Cemetery EI CTR |
C A. Coppin, Dan F. Blackett,| - eee AL abet J
Rita Browne : _.. | BATTERY TESTERS — High discharge}
er ee ee Battery Testers and Polarity Indic
IN MEMORIAM witable for Garages ete, Dial
GALE In loving memory of Clara) DaCosta & Co. Ltd. Elect al Dep
Alsop Gale who died on December 10.12.52-—-6n. |
iith, 1951. ——————__——_——_ |
Val and Louis Gale and their ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR hOS- |
Families. 11.12.52-—1n,| LEY 7.5 C FT. OF U.S.A % ¥e ars’ |
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HOLLIGAN — Im sacred memory of my| TESY GARAGE. Dial 4616
1 passed away on December lith 1945 —_——————_— — ————~ -
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Devoted and true to the end of yous dust ived limited
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Mr. Frederick Harris and Family hand General = Electri Retrigerato
‘about 8 eubsc fi.) " stood working
FOR RENT order, Dial 362: 10,12.52—3n
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FARAWAY—Fully furnished 3 ‘bed-| of these machinc at K. R
toom house, St. Philip coast. Lighting |HUNTE & CO., LTI 5136
plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2 12.52--Gn
Servant rooms. Monthly rent 4 Gu
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. ia!
4476 1.11.62——-t..m FURNITURE
NEWHAVEN — Fully furnished 4-bed- FURNITURE—To close out 60 Morris
toom house, Crane coast Doub'e Garage] Rattan Chairs at $11.00 eact sbsolute
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water- | ne Can be seen at Medmenham, Pine
raill supply. Monthly rent $25 ‘plus 93| Hill, on the 12th December, 9 a.m, to
cleaning charge, LN ADVANCE. Diaij oon, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. an excellent bu
4476. . 2.11.52—t.4.n. | Suitable for Hotels, Bars or Homes
ielpsatpoiaiio 6.12 3n
OFFICES—Cool, spacio and reason- - ee
ably priced Only two more avatable
K, R. Hunte & Co., Ltd LIVESTOCK
Street. i claire r
7 ae ces CALVES We wed calves }
ROOMS — Furnished or unfurnished, | .9)¢ Sneath d a ; Seohaie Skies
Running water, Apply “Belfield”, Bay | parm, Dial 3987 10,12.52—5n,
Street, opposite Dunlow Lane sake rt on tpt 9 ooo:
cil chhin he! Two very fine Fox-terrier and
— —— a, Gheattaiee Jol-terrier pups 5& months old at half
THELMONTE—Ch. Ch. Furnished. BY | their value. Can be seen at Medmenham,
appointment. Phone 8336 nr Pine Hill 10.12.52——1n
Te ae eee ot RACE-HORSES-—The following race-
MISCELLANEOUS horses landed in Trinidad, at £800—
- “ tohamla, Arabian Gir) Indian Gift,
PROJECTOR & FILMS for rent. Movie 4 4
are the best form of entertainment. |£eyptian Gift, Admirals Delight, Medi-
Make your children's Xmas party a real|terranean, Likely, Fa:ry Falls, Sabre,
success, Full particulars from GITTENS pepblesens Sister Emma, Royal Mode,
MP. Street Phone 4740,|Sunbayna, Delusion, Cordwainer, Bobbie
& CO) ANT, Bey 7.12.52—t4.mn. | Burns, Okami Nintdels At £550—
Haziewood, Demilo, Full Blown, Bridge,
Flawless Pearl. At £450—Lime Tree,
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: Clover Breaking Wave At £650—Ca
wour dealers cannot supply God- 7 D
one please phone 2458. ull and Son Junior. Apply to O, F Bennett, Sout
6. 12.52—2n | Dairy San Fernando, Trinidad
pete 9.12
TAKE NOTICE POULTRY
POULATRY—Leghorn cockerels and pul-
lets from important strain. Telephone
0186 C. S. Edwards, Appleby Pint., St
That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole 7#™e* 11.12,53—-an,
proprietor of Eau de Cologne & *
Parfumerie-Pabrik Glockengasse No MECHANICAL
Wil gegenuber der Pferdepost von Feré. | ——————— mee ais
Muthens, a firm duly organised under TRICYCLES—Just received suitable
the laws of Germany, Mamufacturers,|for children from 3 years to 6 years
whose trade or business address .s “4711",|Redman & Taylors Garage Ltd
Colegne, Germany, has applied for the 9.12,.52-—8n.
registration of a trade mark in Part “A” ter ™ a
of Register in respect of Eau de Cologne, WHEEL, STRAKES For use with
perfumeries, soaps, essential oils, eo8-|Mussey-Harris or WD 9 Wheel Tractors.
metics, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and | Overcome wheelspjn AND INCREASE
will be enttled to register the same|]TRACTION of your Tractor in fields
after one month from the 10th day of | Courtesy Garage 4616 6,12.52—6n.
Necember 1962 unless some person shall | —.
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my offce of opposition of such 7 .
registration The trade mark can be MISCELLANEAUS
seen on appLcation at my office
Pe his 29th day of November, 1952,
ee ee H. WILLIAMS, ESSO] PRODUCTS-—-Petroleum Jelly
Registrar of Trac s White in Drums. Nu Jol, Paraffin Oil,
10 Drums and Pa.ls Fit Sprayers, Flit
:Gallons, Qrts, Pints and '» Pints Fiit
{ Aerosol, Flit Powder Esso Handy Oil
ay KE NOTICE Household Wax, Lighter Fuel, Radiator
A Cleaner, Radiator Protector, Stop Leak,
Sponges, Spark Plugs, Brake Fluid,,
Drums and Pails. All of these can be
obtained from R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd
Phone 4784 27.11.52—t.f.n
GREEN *HALOT Up to 150lbs
At Little Battalys, St. Peter. Phone 9177












That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole 11.12 3n
Proprietor of Eau de Cologne &
TParfumerte-Fabrik Glockengasse No

4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Ferd

PERFECTION STOVE PARTS Please
note that all Perfection Stove parts can



Mulbens, a firm duly organised under|be obtained from RB. M. Jones & Co,
the laws of Germany, Mamnufacturers,]Ltd., White Park Phone 4784
whose trade or business address .s ‘‘4711", 27.11, 52—t.f.n

Germany, has applied for the
ion of a trade mark in Part "A"
ister in respect of Eau de Cologne,

Cologne, - - -
SHOWCASES-—Three mahogany Show-
cases, Can be seen the Advocate








perfumeries, soaps, essential oils, cos-{ Stationery, Broad Street
metics, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and 28.11.52—1n
will be ent.tled to register the same en

after one month from the 10th day of | STOVE—One Belling Flectric Slove in





Deeember 1952 unless some person shalijexcellent condition. Phone 8104

m the meantime give notice in duplicate 10.12.52—3n
te me at my office of opposition of such grignwigalpab patie a .
registration The trade mark ean be STOVES—The famous Florence Stoves

#en on applecation at my office
Dated this 29th day of November, 1952
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
10, 12. 52—3n,

in 2 and 3 burner models

trie Dash
& Co., Tudor Street. Pho: 5

6061

12,52



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That _FERDIN ole
Lroprietor of 1 &
Parfumerie-Fat G s No
4711 gegehubc fer Pferdey von Ferd
Mvthens, a fir dul inder
the laws of Oe cturers
whose trade or b vide 4711
Cologne, Germany »p for the
registration of a trade ark it "A
of Register in respect of Ea ie Cologne,
nerfumeries i essential oil cos-
meties, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and
will be enttled to registe the same
after One month from the 10th day of
December 1952 niles ome rson all
ia the meantime give notice duplicate
te me at my office of oppc of er
registration The trade \ « 1 be
fen On appl.cation at my office
Dated this 29th day of November, 1952 | 7 o me
H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks ARCHBISHOP Alajzije Stepinac
jo 2 Sn | Cleft), who has been a semi-pris-
== oner in Yugoslavia since his re-

lease from a Communist jail a

POTATOES 8c.
year ago, was among the 24 new

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LAND—2 Roods of
Saint George Butting on

land at Gun Hilt,
lands of H. H



Goring, Charles Pilgrim and ‘Hubert
White nad on Gun Hill For further
particr Ss apply Carrington & De



Lucas Street, Bridgetown
6.12 .62~Tn

LAND—2 Lots of land adjoining each
other, containing respectively 11,600
feet and 12,072 square feet situ-

Blue Waters Terrace, Rockley



vled at
Apply
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO
11.12,52—6n.
The undersigned will offer for sale at
their office No. 17 High Street, Bridge-
town, on Friday, the 19th day of De-
cember at 2 p.m
The messuage or dweilinghouse known
\as HEMPSTEAD with the land thereto
| belonging, containing 2 acres, 3 roods, 23
perches or thereabout, situated at Hinds-
bury Read, Saint Michael
The dweilinghouse contains Verandah
wing and d.ning sitting room,
bedrooms each water. |
Garage, servants mill |
Inspection any on
japplication on the
COTTLE.

rooms,
with running
rooms and water
day after 12 noon
prem ises
CATFORD & CO.
11.12.52—6n.



| RETREAT
| HASTINGS ROAD oppos.te Ocean
| View Hotel, containing closed verandah,
two public rooms, four bedrooms, bath
etc and kitchen. Very suitable for
| conversion into separate apartments, and
{standing on 12,870 sq of valuable
building land
| Water and electric light
| Garage and servants rooms
Dial 8242 for arrangement
The undersigned wil
property for sale ty public
at their office, 17 High
Thursday, 18th December,
COTTLE, CATFORD

services



to inspect.
offer the
competition
Street, on
1952

& CoO.,
Solicitors
9.12. 52—9n.

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AUCTION

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from the In-
uranee Co,, I wll sell on Friday Decem-
12th at 2 p.m. at the Courtesy Gar-
jage, Whitepark Rd, (1) 1947 30. H.P
Chevrolet Wagon. (Until recentiy the
property of the Police Dept.) (Damaged
jin accident). Terms Cash









VINCENT GRIFFYTH,
Auctioneer
7.12.52—4n
’ ee
PUBLIC NOTICES
NOTICE
Re Estate of
JAMES NATHANIEL JONES
deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that all per-
sons having any debt or claim against or
affecting the estate of James Nathaniel

Jones (deceased) late of Roebuck Street
in the City of Bridgetown in this Island

Retired Police Sargeant who died at
Roebuck Street aforesaid on the 18th
day of February 1951, are requested to
send in particulars of their claims duly
attested to the undersigned LORTON
EDWARDS, Qualified Executor of the
Will of the said James Nathaniel Jones
deceased, C/o Haynes & Griffith, Solic-
itors, No. 12 High Street, Bridgetown,
on or before the 28th. day of February
1953 after which date we shall—proceed
to distribute the assets of the de-
ceased among the parties—entitled there-



to having regard only to such claims
of which we shall then have had no-
tice and we will not be liable for the

assets Or any part thereof so distributed
to any person of whose debt or claim
we shall not then have had notice,
And all persons indebted to the said
Estate are requested to—settle their
indebtedness without delay
Dated this 10th. day of December 1952
LORTON EDWARDS
Qualified Executor of the Will of
James Nathaniel Jones deceased.

Se rnrertet pilllemninegpentidsneneneseeecnetangpesemeneneastigiss

TAKE NOTICE

LIGHTNING (and device)
That LIGHTNING FASTENERS LIMIL
TED, a British Company whose trade
or business address is Imperial Chemica
House, Millbank, London, S.W.1, Eng-
Jand, has applied for the registration of
4 trade mark in Part “A” of Register
ip respect of sliding clasp fasteners, and
wil’ be entitled to register the saine
after one month from the 10th day of
December 1952 unless some person shal
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of suct
registration The trade mark can be
seen on application at my cffice
Dated this 29th day of November, 1962.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
10.12. 52-—3n



WALVO (and device)

That N. V. SHERA RADIO, a company
organized and existing under the laws of
the Kingdom of The Netherlands, whose
wade or business address js Hofweg 7,
The Hague, (The Netherlands), has ap-
pled for the registration of a trade mark
in Part “A” of Register in respect of
apparatus and devices for wireless tcle-
phony and telegraphy, clectronic tubes,
ond will be ent.tled to register the su



after one Month from the 10th da
December, 1962, unless some person 5
in the meantime give notic n dup!

cate to me at my office of oppos.tion of
such registration. The trade mark can
Dated this 25th day of November, 1952.
be seen on application at my office
H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
10.12. 52—3n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

J. Smith and



The application of Jol:
Livingstone A. Smith, shopkeepers of
Suttle Street, holders of Liquor Leense
no, 623 of 1953 granted to John J. Smith
in respect of a board and shingle shop
with shedroof attached at Mapp Hill
St. Michael, for permission to use sad
Liquor License at Gibbs Grocery, Suttle
Street, City
Dated this 9th day of

G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist A

JOHN SMITH
per Applican’
NB.—This application will be co
sidered at a Licensing Court to be hed

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the 22nd day of December, 1952 at
o'clock a.m.
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1952



TAKE NOTICE

Cuban Sugar)
Surplus For
Britain?
LONDON.
the House of Commons, on
Thursday, November 20th, Mr.
Norman Dodds, (Labour, Dart-

ford) asked the President of the
Board of Trade what further dis-



That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole proprietor of Eau de Co! e and Par-
fumerie-Fabrik Glockengasse No, 4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Mulhens,
a firm duly orgenised under the laws of Germany, Manufacturers, whose trade a
business address is “4711", Cologne, Germany, has appLed for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A” of Register in respect of Eau de Cologne, perfumeries,
soaps, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions, and dentifrices and will be entitled
to register the same after one month from the 10th day of December, 1952,
unless some person shall .n the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration. The trade mark can be seen on application

In

cussions have taken place with [oy omce
Cuba since July with a view to Dated this 29th dey of November 1952 wr!
obtaining some of the surplus si k

- ade rks.
sugar available in return for sterl- ecncmodina orp ig 52—2n,

ing to be spent in the country and
with what result.



(ee

OVERNMENT NOTICES

Attention is drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and Patent
and Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order, 1952, No. 10 which will be
published in the Official Gazette of Thursday, 11th December, 1952.

2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of “One A
Day Tablets” is as follows: —

Mr. Mackeson, Secretary for
Overseas Trade replied: “There
have been no such discussions,”

Mr. Dodds ssked: “Is the hon.
gentleman aware that at the In-
ternational Sugar Conference last
month, in London, the Cuban
representatives said that from a
huge surplus of sugar they would



aon



like to sell 500,000 tons to Britain | — eens Saree eer a reeset one
at three-pence a pound? If it i: ITEM UNIT OF SALE MAXIMUM
the question of dollars could we RETAIL PRICE
net have fewer cigars —— oo os
sugar?. Sugar should haven thefOne A Day Tablets .. Smell sized bottle "88
highest priority.” dao Medium ,, x $1.99

“The hon. Gentleman asked me do Large $3.34





and the answer is No,” Mr. Mack-
eson said.. “With regard to the
question of payment in inconvert-
ible sterling, the trouble is that
we would simply build up a con-
tingent liability later on,”

Mr, Profumo, . (Conservative,
Stratford - upon - Avon) said
“Could we not get the sugar if
we paid in gold, which we might
save by stopping the importatior
of sugar ‘substitutes from the
Continent.”

Mr. Madkeson replied: “No, sir.
If we did we should be damaging

11.12.52—In..



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES
BARBADOS EXHIBITIONS 1952

The Examination for two (2) Barbados Government Exhibitions
tenable at the University College of the West Indies will be con-
ducted in Barbados by the University College in consultation with

the Director of Education, and will consist of:— 5
(i) a written examination to be held in the week beginning

Monday, February 28rd, 1953,
Candidates must be:—





our trade with Europe severely. (a) under twenty (20) years of age on the 31st January
BU. 1953;
(b) Natives of this island; or
Sangh (c) Children of a native of this island; or
+ (d) Children of persons who are domiciled and have been

” BRASS ROLLS
IN FOR
GOLDEN BOY

LONDON,
sill Hirst, heaving a happy sigh
—ea sigh expressing relief and sat-
isfaction — said te me: “Well, our
little venture into the gold market
looks as though it is going to pay
rich dividends.” And then he sat
down to enjoy his Saturday tea.
Bill Hirst? He is secretary of

the Leeds Rugby League club.

resident in this island for a period of not less than
ten (10) years.

Candidates will be required to produce with their applications,
Birth Certificates together with certified statements declaring that
they have been receiving their education for the past three (3) years
in this colony and that their moral character and general conduct
are satisfactory.

Applications for admission as candidates of Barbados Geovern-
ment Exhibitions must be sent to the Director of Education, Educa~
tion Office, The Garrison, St, Michael, not later than Friday, 23rd
January 1953.

Applicants for admission as candidates fer Barbados Government
Exhibitions must also forward direct to the Registrar of the University
College of the West Indies, Jamaica, their Applications for Entrance
to the University College. The closing date for applications for
Entrance is 3lst January 1953.

N.B. Forms of Application for Entrance to the University Col-
lege and particulars of the necessary qualifications for Matriculation,
and an outline of the courses available must be obtained from the
Registrar of the University College, Jamaica, or from the Resident
Tutor, Extra Mural Department, Boys Scouts Headquarters, Beckles
Road, St. Michael, or from the Director of Education
Department of Education,

26th November, 1952.

He and team manager Ken
Dalby last week made a 500 miles
round trip by car in 33 hours to
invest £6,000 of hard-earned York-
shire brass in the Golden Boy of
the Welsh valleys, 21-year-old
Lewis Jones,

Secretary Hirst had just seen
Lewis perform very creditably in
his first 13-a-side game, And he
had checked the Leeds attendance
figures,





Said Bill: “Over the last four —
years average attendance at a
ie match has been Y99999999999S9S

yn Wis pulled in another, ¥ We have decided to discontinue the sale of Radios and have—
7,000 %

And that meant £500 plus on 3 2 only Beroom models, and
the receipts pel handy start to- % 1 only Radlogramme
wards the repayment of Lewis's $ which we are selling at bargain prices, if you want —
world record signing-on fee, x Buy to-day—to-morrow might be too late.

are a financial reckoning
went on, down in the Leeds dress- x
ing room, as unconcerned as if} § CENTRAL EMPORIUM
just in from a training spell, was
the Golden Boy, himself quietly! desig vn netting rsa twaadlas
pecking his kit, helped by brother | %346%696++6666+666%5966999099099996060099

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_Was he worried over the respon-~
sibility of being Rugby League's
costliest-ever player? Not a bit.
Said Lewis, sensibly: “Leeds
think I’m worth it- The club ar
better judges than I am.” ;

Modestly he admitted that he
has a lot to learn. “This League
code is a new game to me, I've
only ever seen one match -—- an

BARBADOS

BOYS’ AND GIRLS’

international at Swansea some
years ago- ( LUBS
“But my new skipper Arthur

Clues took me out in the morn-
ing and showed me the essentials.
I was lucky being at full-back as
I had little to do and was able to
watch and note points. I think by
the time I move up to my real
position in the centre [ll have
the hang of it.”

With £6,000 at the bank and the
possibility of earning more than
£1,000 a year—he is to take a job
and play professional cricket as
well as Rugby — Lewis certainly
has a golden future

His only concern is whether the
Headingley crowd will like him.
Let me reassure you, Lewis, they
certainly did against Keighley for
the two tries you made and the
seven goals you kicked, —L.E.S

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ay, 19th inst .

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A enna

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nique no visitors will be permitted on board
the s/s DE GRASSE and s/s'COLOMBIE. No
intransit passengers on these vessels will be

allowed to land.

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ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS
CARD COMPETITION

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MUSEUM can be collected this week from the Advo-
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The attention of the Public is drawn to the
fact that our Sole Agents in connection with
the Classified Section and all Advertisements
and Listings in Display (Heavy Type) in the
1953 Telephone Directory are the Colonial Ad-
vertising Co., (B’dos) Ltd., of James Street,
Bridgetown (Telephone 5134) to whom allgen-
quiries should be addressed.

Correspondence dealing with Changes in
Listings or Extra Listings should, however,
continue to be addressed to the Telephone
Company, P.O. Box 272.

®
PLEASE NOTE
FINAL DATE FOR
SENDING IN
Changes and Extra Listings for
the 1953 DIRECTORY is the
3lst of DECEMBER 1952

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Usually Now ALYMER'S GRAPE JUICE—Bots. 50
» ” RED GLACE CHERRIES—3-oz. pkgs. a
WEMMERSHOCK WINE $2.10 $1.80 ¢ BR Oeeee cease a
SWEET MIXED PICKLES—6-07. bots. Ag
POST TOASTIES MS AO SWEET MIXED PICKLES—16-07 bots a
i LIMA BEANS in Brine Tins ; &
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JACK STRAWS oes 61 36 NEILSON'S MASTERPIECE CHOCOLATES—per box 33.50
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CREAMY MINTS—Tins 1.40
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HARRISON COLLEGE’S AQUATICS TO-DAY jhitting at ae ything loose it
Tees Harrison College stage their annual Aquatic Sports at the |5©@mec as if they had a «
Aqu Club, Unfortunately, because of domestic reasons no|tecord their first win over
pectators will be allowed but it is hoped that the usually high stand-| tralia in 42 years
rd of rivalry and competition will be maintained gut they reckoned without
1 have always entertained a soft spot for Harrison College and|lindwali. MeGlew had _ added
Queen’s Colle ho have ,pioneered aquatics for schools in this}OMly two to his overnight score
Island, Year after year they have done their bit towards encouraging | before being palpaply lb.w. to
the youngsters to “take to the wate: jthe fast bowler. Funston con-
Barback with its rich natural facilities for staging aquatics|tinued his pirited resistance
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Ansell Adams, Pompee’s stable, Thom withstood the barrage for ~~ @
t is high on the list for ajnearly six rounds before he wa
crack at the heavyweight crown, | forced to retire with blood stream- é
anc i the third of the trio, Rolly) ing out from a gash over his ey¢ HrFin 7 > .
Blyce, is in the forefront in the} Constance, if he is a ‘killer’ in FINZ \ egetable Salad in Mayon-
featherweight division the ring, is just the opposite naise is a deli i o cha:
t . &, : sa delightfu 5 > of ;
How another ‘star of the In-|putside it. His manner is shy and ; ghtful mixture of choice
es’ has loomed on the horizon| retiring, About the only time he vegetables, diced, cooked and blended
vho has it in him to outshine all! opens his mouth is to eat, ritk re a
the others, He is welterweight! In appearance he looks like a with HEINz delicious Mayonnaise. Ir
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Hector has soon made his pres-| termined expression, His body + ence felt. He has been in Britain beautifully propor tiqned., His Dake plete meal, or you can offer it as a
just two months, and has had! fel chest and his lithe, yet power- j regetal : ,
Mi: , ‘~~ + ¢ ne fight. But he has ‘already been! ful, limbs stamp him as a true vegetable with cold meats.
4 J anagel Sialisfied tipped as the next Empire Welter) 4thlete Buy H ty t
\ i hampion All Rounder wy HEINZ Vegetable Salad in May-
Arrangeme Ss For on his showing at the Em- As a boy he excelled at all Onnaise stl :
n € Hall last week against for-! sports, cricket football, sprint eS today!
r mer Empire champion Wally ing, volleyball, tat ten: an
- Thom, the young West Indian even snooker By indulgi: in
INDON, Dec. 10 howed that there are few menj,all the different sports Hect
- ur denial fro in the country, or indeed in the! established wonderfu co-or-
i le world flyweighi| world, who could stand up to/dination of “mind over muscle
Cyo Shirai him, Against Thom, a fighter with!Then he developed tt muscle
€ to defenc title experience of many title fights,;by many hours of braking rock
Alle ff London Hector, who has been boxing as!and stones with a sledge hammer
Alle a er id h i professional for only two years, i
fectly ied t rrange- |S00n showed that what he lacked | | It was four years ago that he |
, : ’ : ’ in experience he more than made |!!rst took up boxing as an ama-|
up for in natural ability teur. He turned professional two
After net oe | years later, As soon as he joined |
eit then an : Thom is a ‘southpaw’ and a | the paid ranks it was his am-,
re via Sos , os man who leads with his right|bition to come to England He|
: e Sra oe ~ often worries experienced men.|would have come eighteen months!
a ae . ey But Hector displayed the ring-jago with Pompee, Adams and
_ . Although no craft of a veteran, and was not|Blyce, but he did not have the
eas een, Signed ‘jin the slightest degree flurried-|money. So every time he fought
ear iext weel He bobbed and weaved in the|he put away some of his prize
It iV] ; All true American style, and fre-|money towards the fare And
I ill be gned Alle a ‘ ' : od ;
Shir: 1 their respective we. auently Thom’s punches just hit|after 16 fights he finally made it
1per offices “Sharpe said Mad te empty air, )Now he is out to make up for
Taji representative of the ne Bolo Punch [lost time.
paper Yomiuri Shimbun had be By contrast his own punching) Hector lives with Pompee, his
} tiat f aha ey Tee was a revelation, There is not a|friend from boyhood days, and
legollating ) > > 2 . : . : | ”
a oe tie ances ¢ ROU, ye ay, fighter in Britain of his weight'the other two Trinidadians, in a
ware wim Wicks manager of the’ who packs as much power. And|house on the outskirts of Lon-
British Empire filyweight chain= he produced a ‘bolo’ punch the/don They frequently spar to-
pion Jake Tuli of South Africa like of which has not been seen/|gether, and have become knowr
pressin he British Boxing Boa ince the American Ike Williams|as the four black aces Hector
of ( ontrol to su port Pulis, cla blasted his way to the world | looks like becoming the ace of Esto 1869
for a world title bout with Shi lightweight championship five | trumps
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' t f by the brilliant aura of flood-|ing with the forces in Germany, AQUATIC CLUB ss \s exterior and interior Dry _ a hard %
] : , Fan s the number of cut eyes? light for Arsenal's match!|was specially flown home for the! ¢ ¢ |¢ 5 haa ; enamel finish, %
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Is If since Wembley has not been 101 per cent. full for an zainst Scottish Leagu cham-|match. He must have wondered (Local & Visiting Members x 1% oeiaur ° - White. Cream, and »
international professional Soccer match, and will it be full At the. present moment 60; a Eithbarniat whether his journey was really} Only) % % . Green y
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(England v. Belgium)? sional fights in this country Hibs, the pride of Scotland,'side left | Lishman popped in a Through the courtesy of % > atinto : e %
Even in these days of inflation brought with them a reputation couple Centre forward Reilly the British Council ther st xg Wall Paints Concrete Floor %
[ cannot visualise many Soccer| Knew very well that the Arsenal- Mills wants 602. gloves for fl whigl matched the lights|scored a consolation goal for | will be a FILM SHOW in x % White, Cream, Paints *
Winittire belt * to pay| Hibernian floodlit match was to| weights (up to 8st.), bantam i n l ce. North of the border ! ¢1)} the Ballroom on Friday, &|# Green \
oo. 10 e we ld turn ot televised, waited until after|to 8st, 6lb.), and feather-weig they are regarded as not only the| ® December 12th, at 8,30 p.m. x < Bright Red, Grey, %
to. be “just another football|the game to protest about it? (up to 9st.); Toz. ones for ligt Scottish champions, but the} Duke Watches i? u *% 1% Natural Metallic Green ~
r atch.” 1 anot bi weights (up to 9st, 91b.), welte champions 6f Great Britain | | The programme includes: x Primer ~
natch, Members f tle Football st. 7 ‘ j oa BRITIS YEWS; FOR sy ini $ >
— aes ‘i D aa he | (upto 10st. 7b.) and middle- ; } The match, played in aid of eae H NEWS; FOR ALL § |% ie AAA: Ob Metal Aluminium Paint %
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na the Welsh n are ‘paeh s how they could feel that a flood-| weight for amateurs—reserved. {i This is no boast made in sheer | ° eo pecs Ai ie My he % (Swimming); BORDER % Anticorrosive Woodwork x
ae sh it te’ thd P incipality’s lit match which clearly does | cryiser-weights (up to 12st, Tit partisat ae Mae Ts oe Asaeetatinn : Pech % ee (Weaving of Scot- $ % Paints s
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first visit to Wembley and local Rn ANy “taeanis Martie nate and heavyweights championship for the past two ae et Ss i) % CLYDE (Glasgow and its & $ Many attractive The Sign of Perma t Green x
pride may fill the stands ial : ns they have also beaten| The 55,000 spectators, who! $ Rivers): COLOU eee ae Colours Quality Paint ~
Bit Becton h. uh. I doubt}/®ome under their jurisdiction Talking to me on the subject nha na. Manehe ster|Payed nearly £12,000 for the] ¥ Dy St OUR (British 1% Y
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1 very mi doubt it Isn't 1% time. that. the Football Mills said It seems fant lited, English « pions for the privilege, provided further proof, S 2 x W k H Ltd >
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twice as jong Mills Plan With it, for most cut eyes result

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‘ there is anything in ex-world’s|my experience, is done by an
I SHOULD like to know cruiser-weight champion andj qptponent’s head But 1 am
wt he Football I gu vho current promoter Freddie Mills’s| against trying anything.—L.E.S

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Two blaefcl UM I'll%  building with trumpet .*ls on the shwfar ( I flown in from < v 1 We will %  %  I %  ... %  %  %  %  %  \\ eflfl GoraMB IVrsidonl \\ illnlruws lt<|u I i >. |*rai 11 cause UM ai ticket %  evuiil %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i liiough %  %  il : %  %  %  %  %  I in %  Vend i rhej i ii,'ink'iiK fact of lb. a tb it rret I ... t Hi. ii purel Council I earn %  R ...: %  iii. %  .ii in %  I Uthn • %  ulnlin n metal baa m r i %  i inglng from i ileni ..r MOOO.O %  I.I.I. I p it, i on VKH i i^' i %  v Egyptian Constitution Scrapped i conaUttt> In the Anl Phe i .nitionil; Praci Con-1 Jamaica R Hi Be Scene Far I iim %  %  and eg'CP) Jamaic*a Needs Mow Holds MM 10. %  I um. i %  < i.land < K holiday rofiiineot %  i %  Hon. %  | I'K H hk-h he %  %  other North 4 P.) i I i : i clam IS CASAJILANCA. Dec, 10. Tins largest eily in French North Africa was in Baournbuj ni'ls atU'nded the I .[ wi-tuaa of the worst civil bloodshed In M I tight Europeans ami at least SO Moroccons were killed Monday ^.^-""ihV ,w,tmn"w" rlincreasing -n • r that trratie. %  %  iratlon "f a re%  %  %  r Ii land M %  %  thu • i %  QlMBM NX ill Luiirli TogoQutr Iritlitx %  %  arrived ban bo olsjhl for i arat k risfl I met by t %  Irak ) I Friday at Ihiekingfi i> i I'll %  I r r/r. i'ru/nan H ants To Know [1 MAN RAttt a Ml. I'll A %  \i Lliur li .it once i I m the %  %  I %  "no ques%  i r 12 Shopping ikiyv before Kmae GtOtOE W JOIOINSCN. ir., (left), the wn of a Bronx, N Y carpenter, Is shown shortly bcfoic be entered Ihe Army where he served fir two years before being given an honorable discharge in 104tl N">w (ieorue U no more. After six operations. Jorgensen's sex has been changed and today (rifhtl she Is a normal, striking tratnan pi DtogTophav in IJenmnrk The former CI's parents were informed of the big chanie In a UrtUr that Christine (that's her new name; recently sent thtm. Hiss Jorgensen Leaves Hospital I'OHT-OK-SI'AIN, Q| i . roKYO, Dae. lo. ICouocu, IL William Si l.mguage NtopM nmgly rebuked U id WediM-su.iv that Presllatoa foi not turning ua owar and Oen Arthui BfA] Bjotl either | debate. u oi on the West poaff ienUT. *peakint lo diwiiMai %  %  %  . tu end th. K-. ;';'.',000.000 inuiget which %  '..led last Monday nan . chise to President ayethfed having to speak on bfl "igh in hi mn. ...... .-,.. i lai am„ ^ m% tonR the meeting would „,., 1(l( ri „.. „.,„,„,.,,, aom* %  r Ml •%  this nu the third morning he had i^-en agfcad to war! baton %  %  BuocU Chamt-.. time Baag %  : Order*. of the t: Arthur's phi + *T. The : I... I.,.(.,.. elect, a m., paper -her take place. The Times gave no date for the meeting Mr. Elsenhower is due in Honolulu Thursday. —r.p. %  %  %  |. his 1 %  '• % %  %  ltawufH th> mn . ii,..: •IHIK.I action may be I Ihe Bay's cldesA son Prin.e t'ltfdulv, l> .. .J %  %  i ban be leceivod the KVKI%  munlqui as Ibucd nftn 11 i loeojui tatj s sudden nco1 lowed sharp i*rei %  I and the North Afi i r I'rinidad fftnoifll 3 For Coronation •AIM, Da< 10 %  ; stactedt < I %  %  Gilheys EMPIRE RED WINE lent of . 1<) UWESTEI) COPENHAGEN. Dec. 10. t form .'orgensen. foinuT,through %  aefiafl of opal Miei left hospital .Denmark w* trantfnrme %  i '.i-'responiiolc uiumie wornaii *ill j formally Lndl i with her reli know 'year to make e the former George Jor-jdiscussed the matter an*n had completed treatn.. that turned Mm UatO %  Kir I but it was believed she would still re. >".. She not axpi Denmark said thai in .< change of sex it'.cutoman( to continue hormonn me time. ••• .1 ttne formerly known as George Joriensen and said she told hint i leave Denmark as soon as her treatment %  Aid he plans to brim: I iroftl on • %  ; %  II. i>rodlcll that rJ i story could not be confirmed immrdi.i'i i ALOBRIA, Atrioo. Dec. %  %  %  % %  nl AI Part) ci'A Sunday during NaUonaln sin TarnouchaM *m % %  %  . % % % % %  .... %  er that she movies If she sigr | %  aieer before %  hejby longdistance telephone ami i man I down. that a contract is being drawn In Hollvwood. producer All up in Europe. P.oten said Christine Jorgensen j —CJ. for attacking p. The trial u %  <: lea Thursday ghra d^fi-t i-v Urn to pn —r p. u Gel Nobel Prize rroaofoui %  R %  literature and mSKUCh $131,140 bet . goldeti plaque and an illuminated scroll. — Vf. because there was th> TQUI tOO Arrested Two i %  NAIftOHI I*. %  i Ships Collide SAN ircoa %  %  %  %  • a trail that all Kikuvu male, rictweci. II must cam %  %  ml" whir', h i plaitued I N b,.| r %  I %  %  %  a poison' m's skin, is ex." —U.P. %  %  i i .|IHIH\ >\ illianilli -tl \\ t-i^aiiil IIAHHlNi.W England, Dec. 10. Bntlab II. .. H i ...lit champion of Luxembourg, w i w*al| i US lbs. by a %  nochoul to UM fth %  Weigand forced the fight during, thf first three rounds culliiiK %  i ii. the third round but %  D %  d lha issuu III thi '.'. led hii right swings. In i' ion land<-r a left and a smashing fight to Kioggy h %  %  i .' floe right to Jaw %  t P KMBASSY CHANGR HANDS TODAY •DEEDS NOT WORDS" DEMANDED FROM U.N. i Maintains thesamehijjh Standard of Quality as shipped to the West Indies for the past fiftyyears C.XHlJl.lH tVSTBItCtCS \m§mt* from tow YorK. c t human rlgbli.




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Police Courts 10.00 a
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Competition Exhib.ted at

Museum 10—6
Industrial Exbibition, Queer

Park 11 am
Bobile Cinema, Queen's Park 7.30 p.m
B.C. Films, King George V
Mobile Cinema, Queen’s Park 7.30 Peres {eres ween S Tees 220. tll m,

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

And the good that I can do.

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Queen’s Park to attend the opening day of the 102nd Agri- LONDON, Dee. 10
cultural and Industrial Exhibition. n sunny weather they} The Commonwealth Prime Ming |
transformed Queen’s Park into a mass of curious humanity, | "> _ hold thei. Reis

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into rooms filled with furniture, handicraft work, cases of Last minute delays in the draft- | He

needlework, etc. Loudspeakers blaring “Bingo”! “Try your/ing of the main conclusion n't ere: ! or-

luck” ete., added to the general noise and confusion. — era conference kept tic | ns 7 ming . ; ~~ cons

: ; | Ministers 5 i nti ast 1 00: anne fre é > stitu
By sunset it was estimated that over 4,000 people were night raat acer AMIE! PASH 1 | jsavings have decreased aa
seme, th aed ‘ ‘ serenh 399 - Rsure con- = ast vl so s ng pal bey
inside the park and later in the evening this figure con Pwo meetings were held bday ory wings wer riting
siderably increased. and certain detaiied matters were | eat th oe rity . ‘ (

His Excellency the Acting Gov- — passed to the Aambentited of officials | | Sa as ne in Merwe é iina
ernor, Mr. R, N. Turner, and Mrs, e ° for further Gihaitanticn: | er 1rougl ¥ Gov-
Turner attended, Cricket Outfit Altl ough the Treasury express- | fant eee ata ee en c ‘ mstitu-

In many of the Sections the P ed the hope last night that th | \ : aon t a
number of exhibits fell below that ; ae | conference would end today it \ The Ei ; rroblems

: = 1n ! ‘or > day it wa he Beonomi auee i us

of B gis oe years. ye soneaty For rince Charle Ss anticipated that some further work | : iy and denis + os fo Hon writers 28
and quality compare avourably i imight b ade, ‘lear . e ack ¢ 1 of most : } er t ( iy ith Egypt's
with last year’s, and once again the ia WONDON, Dec, 10 payer raiaies ‘i oe Sie wir. in ee es ti yrent 147 ye td onarchy and es-
sheep showed a marked improve- Prince Charles’ first Christ- utstanding points. A SECTION of the crowd Which attended the first day of the Annual Industrial and Agricultural Bx fos kin Fos tie They ' Republic (CP)
ment, due mainly to the higher mas present —a miniature || hibition which opened at Queen's Park yesterday. The exhibition ends today. ao ee ing fact of the situati saibeticsoumastahliliic
quality of imported stock cricket outfit sent by the {| sosie bh pdm ist , a securities as cor

- n i ic e e pared to the period prior to

Attendance during the earl Australian 1952 Olympic "nd
aftechieat ee rate Vise thier 5 team — arrived last night 1X te Ss . cand world war have lost 1m jamaica eeds
the evening, it increased, and from Australia. ° en OOo Ss L e te Sana 1 stim a th ons at mi

; : a + I The outfit included a bat | Sh Col 2 J 7 Council estimate the lo tr
visitors showed a keen interest in , an 7 en }
ona Gaciteettal i. all el b ball, bails and stumps, to- Ips 1ae than 75 ‘per cent More Hotels

During the night the Crowd en- gether with a tailored green |. Special att ion is directed
joyed the side shows. The Police and white track suit. Also ROTTERDAM, Holland | jthe Council Report to hat KIN TON, De
3and under Captain Cc E. Raison in the parcel was a pane of | ‘ Dec, 10 - calls distracted = savin I rt eee ret aN.
and the Mobile Cinema which a. ee es ,. The twenty thousand-ton Hol- | refer to such transactio t oar " sta: ‘ a t swory* 4
were both in attendance, through a window.—U.P. : ad panes. passenger — liner . CASABLANCA, Africa, Dec. 10. yes ang and” setting ‘of: gold which Winter if there is more hotel

During the afternoon a large aasdam knifed into a 268-ton Ove 000 troops under the pers« : PR s freely authorised in Fra o ,ceording to Hon,

\ a | ver 5, troops under the personal command of Resi- |, t

section of the crowd gathered at German motor tanker off here ~; lent General Augustin Guills : re ready a}, | DSC den A Minis-

the edges of the playing field to} oe exhibits than last year. Cab- early to-day and six German sea- I srael Gets dent General u ‘ie ee aume were re y - ores a peanut sed * February 1948 1 \ mtario

see a musical display by the CHADS Wak st, year. W? men were presumed killed when | any resurgence of Nationalist moting .ae tne orocca renchmen have been spe t

Mounted Police and demonstrations eee ae eee 400) their splintered crafts capsized. WwW r | _ tropolis pee ired to bury its dead today n metal because it could be i K t left the island

by the two police dogs and a po-| Geumitely better than the previous! = The Maasdam was en route wiN 5 P 1 t! Ir. Guillaume, ‘France's num- - jchased and sold anor holiday

ar y > ry r : 7 a ul ot ic
lice car. year. Christophenes were quite Up] New York with about 700 passen- | e esic en yer one Sblonial warfare expert W G | ivoiding taxation eomniraais
AGRICULTURE to standard and cucumbers 4&4] gers, The German vessel, the } ected troops which rushed ca the gold hoarded in Fy ‘s

SUGAR CANE improvement over last years but! Ellen was heading for Hamburg, A 2 Tae ce 8 laf - Sunday's riot ncluding de- . st verman |" idely ranging from eq 1G I * pr

. . i the exhibits of carrots were not] Germany A 21-gun salute thundered out | ; t f foreig onaire > s le 1 | ” ¥e ‘a

Considering the weather condi- y. re tachments of re egionait x Dy jalent of $8,000,000,000 to $14.1 ' ead ‘ ;
tions which prevailed during the quite as good. The Ellen carried an eleven-man| Ver this ancient holy city - flown in from Agadir last n ht i reside nt | 000,000, That would make I | con Bo ‘Ton.
year, exhibits in this section were Exhibits of peas and beans were} crew and a Dutch pilot. Six Ger- | #™nounce the inauguration o' tand iid “We will take il | gold stock the most imy iw . Minister fo
of a very good standard, There|Plentiful, but many of them were] mans and the pilot were resc ued Israel's second President Isaa|).cescary meastires to stamp | W ithdraws Request |, he world after the Unitea St Welfare. Ontario .
was no particular outstanding | disqualified for prizes because of}from the icy water but Ellen’s | Benzvi . ies __ithis campaign of hatred | UP Konne ; he ‘
stool like last year, but ae ve a short weights. Tnere were a few| first mate died soon after. The} rhe ou eres Guillaume made the statem« nt BONN, German Dec. 10. | — i i se t ome

~ rh Rhee, ¢ i he ‘ sollec Ellen's captain was thrown into the /C®sser to late Mt panphbe IZ jie representatives of the French West Gert resident The | a ne
good exhibits which carried off] Cauliflowers, and a good collection = . 5 w E iii é : | est German President 1€0 oc % hee la ; c
” m Pony lg a ee : : ot | of leeks, Celery was poor. Although water by the force of the crash tS 5 yw eg peer ect ctio of local Government./dore Heuss withdrew his reque mal Jamaica W il Be id ji me ae taih Merepiet — a

. ; ’ in Ch eal sincere seth sad let-| and is still missing. y . irlier police seized large 1 to the Federal Constitutional : eee
A. Section 1 won by Mt, Pleasant| there was the absence of head let TH cath of office before dignitarie: ' 4 {wr ’ i | ’ ’ 1° ‘ tiaa and — othe North
; és co rie heist 1e Maasdam was undamage ah oy gnivs Hbers of nationali racts 1 &i Court for opinion o ’ a . rth
St. Philip and B,. 4096 in Section of le or tet “ort. ye She resumed eae odes Se of his own and foreign lands in| }the minded of tr ritor nh ‘in ( on a Allied. Pea ee Se ene hor Film ns (C.F

2 ' Thies ‘ oO safy lettuce were sent in and] - oe . S enledn c on da Hic = 7 . 1 rerma a sace . j a“ —
iT _of Ae sam¢ clas 5 won by tinee aie aned aaa Southampton enroute to the U.S. ~~ ' —_ d Knesset (Parliament) }Arabs who refused to take part! tract and German rearmament are| HOLLYWOOD. De : }
Frizers Plantation in St. Joveph. Mr. E. W Rrathwaite of Welcn-| The _liner’s knife edged prow “> ane i id father, dip lin the Anti-French struggle } constitutional Metro Goldwyn Mayer « WV - Ty

Only about five estates sent in mn ; Hall St Thomas, was the|°® ught the Ellen amidships, | a “" (x oe o . oat UB. Y Pofite ted 70 d J Che President's action an-!crew and equipme nt’ will 1 man. ruman
exhibits in these classes, : : raped Satis achiiator is this crunching into the vessel’s plates. ae rere euniesarion mee the U . o iee are . 7 em nae | nounced by his office at Bonn was} parly in J rea as — -

As usual, the peasants’ exhibits a ™ S!The tanker was flung violently | Britain, France, Soviet Russia amd ftors at Beni Mella sa. 69 designed to break the mounting| 7 cat areas "4 W ants To Know
were few in number but the stand-| °!@5*- sideways and capsized. Crew rently hgh ranking church leaders, alga casablen a itself when the crowd) congtitutionalerisis that threatened | All -the-Jaroehere"W owe

hada aeher ye ah store ty 6 Wes ottrere Were Vetta
ard was not bad, One clump. oi 16°G ae wees _._ | bers above decks either jumped or! U N. officials attended the * Vanie oc before ihe"y car PHISOMT +5 block or at least delay in| co-starring ; Robe Se Tinie BOARD THE TRUMAN
B. 41211 was awarded the first], Castle Grant = Plantation, St-{were flung into the water. ney for the. release ot Sunday's rete | definitely plans for German con-| t -Grang Rh ECIAL "TRAIN, Dec. 10
prize, The exhibit was sent in by Joseph carried off the most prizes —U.P Two blackbearded, blackg@arb-|for the release of Sunday's riot-{, | pis . 0 w rerman ¢ Stewar Granger with Ri M | Se Wed wn
Mi sanees Soting ue Black Rock {in this section. There were good = ed guards announced the Pres- | ers . epuOr of 500,000 men to Weste rn Thorpe directing. Randall ”H 1 n eeneeeet
f exhibits of citrus, oranges, grape- ident-elect’s arrival at the Par- The overall number of arrested] “* me aX i Th ; o directot William P ul Spe ! Dou x I ae
FIELD VEGETABLES i fruit and manderines. The exhibits FO ; bli ~ liament building with trumpet |Moroccans* wag believed to be 1e action came afte a0 |jocation auditor id Sere i t it on

These exhibits on the whole/of golden apples were good, but asa anca like blasts on the shofar (ram’s | 300 One nation ilist demonstrator i ah nae ‘ ane pee — koff a mes ger rrives Gens ! oe
were as good as last year’s if not} pears although not as many as horn) the traditional Hebraic {identified a Mohammed Ben | ™2 Oe ee eee ee ee ee, |e. tang Monday to comp we : :
better, with oriental yams out-| thos e sent in last year were good} Mi r; D, of announcing great events. | Belai le died in the Casablanca : Go ‘ mee " President ae ae nM) arrangements for the : | ieinentil
standing. |in quality, but cocoanuts and ba- ourn ead Immediately after the new/civil hospital Tuesday fromyj“0V' nS! REPORT: ee eee ee ee ana porters aboard

There was a good collection «{ ine nas were poor. President had signed the formal wound received juris treet 117 vccording to word recei y nate Gn
Indian corn, in addition to pota-| CASABLANCA, Dec, 10, {document of inau A eae ane f oe ss la pel te aa ae er ahem mn Ped-| here U4 ( MacA name But
toes and eddoes which were up to} GROUND PROVISIONS AND, This largest city in French! had eh _ oe ti lbs . 1 ah: apitatos ‘ a sia Fey on \itutional Court here—the| Pre Roger
standard. Pumpkins were fair but VEGETABLES GROWN IN North Africa was in mourning] blue anc t : Mss f pre 1 ahd epare the Moro in it ferman judicial body Queens W ill | une th no ques-
the exhibits of breadfruit were SCHOOL GARDENS. today as thousands attended .the|/P"" WaS,0rocen i boomed over|. The riots we an to ipreme powers to de-| ‘ is refer~
poor. Only one basket was sent in. These exhibits although better! funerals for victims of the worst|*®"C *\° * & ; ° I test : ¢ Ne nt hether the 6 contract| * Ud

as se t u ! ite ‘Ale test the assassination la th 1e pear ntract| Tovgetl ‘ K . ki

Redland Plantation, St. George|than last year’s were not up iolcivil bloodshed in 30 years.) “‘brosident Benzvi's peech asi Rarvetary Gene: nth Seiethatnert axel pethner Friday scoupbbeaniaaiadaaied ipalebialani

carried off the most prizes with} standard. Fewer schools exhibited] Eight Europeans and at least 50 acceptance said the prime tasks Ge neral Confederatior constitutional or not "
Malvern in St, John second andj this year. The quality was fairly; Moroccans were killed Monday) ;., cing the nation were increasing ian workers Ferhat H | _ LONDON, Dec 6)
Castle Grant, St. Joseph third. {rood but the quantity was below!and 200 others seriously injured.) ymigr: ation to this homeland ‘4 | inwhile iuthorities ie ed he full court is believed to; “Queen Zein of Jor
GARDEN VEGETABLES ; expectations, . | ‘Protectorate authorities en- the Jews, and preserving the the. curfew imposed Sun in anti gove eee ee el Se eee ot [ a ein const
n this class there were a few On page 5 \ oy . + . rca oe within the ountry }|night as life returned nor ion by it la reaties| arrive ere by plane 1esda
e couraged mass attendance at the, pe ; } _vU P if ann _UP. tutional could wreck| night for a week's visit. She Y ®
- — |funerals of the eight Frenchmen | a? GBRORS can plans for imeorporation of a re met by the young king wt ‘ topping ays
: : Sisk weenapiak li 0 orporatio a re- ) “ king 10 4
bes ie aes aaa, rmed Western Germany in west | training at Sandhurst Militar
y letting out schools ‘ ence an ‘ fur “Le llege- Quee Ze will lu * 4
FORMER Gl BECOMES BLONDE BEAUTY, and government offices part of The B Of ! I M: n def and a United men with ya p. Zein, Fy ine . be ore X mas
Somenmngstt g the day. Meantime Civic groups | e e ) unis ay! : Buckingham Palace J
: bombarded French officials w ith } | po
messages and resolutions fe wim | Trinidad Chooses | sf
them for allegedly allowing —B » D d B KF hi |
sasiots ee, Or ae agita-! e epose 7 rene 1 3 For Coronation
% 7 violence
Typical was a_ telegram to| eo
Paris from the Federation of the TUNIS, Dee. 10 : Oe ree vere | g
so-called “Third College” Rep- Resident General Jean de Hauteclocque rushed to Car- PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 10
[resentative Consumers which said thage today for a “coun teous” 25-minute bedroom chat Che Government announced this }
Ser ae ieee ae rare about “generalities” with the ruling Bey while a Residency | aft« moon the three, serbe it |
la ps owed 1e iberty VaEf . , hee on ‘ “nO 4} the egistature selected to be th
lallowed to extremists provoked spokesman denied that France planned to depose the re oe, a ace of eel rl
by base instincts of racism and sovereign. fe Laje coronation. next
religious fanaticism.” } Minister of Information Ray- Her. F “arone ran: is h
g s fanaticism, * yea! They are Mr. Roy Joseph
uP ’ os | mond Marcellin refused to confirm | 7), ;, M ‘ t Ed r :
ere Speaker Rebukes or deny reports appearing in the 3 ae Uristar Mi A odt oe eA
press thtat Government planned to| 0°! Services, Mr. Ajodia singh
‘ Le D> depose the Bey. serigle pt wort ind Com
Mr. Eisenhower Due 8 Co. Membe rs Despite his reticence reliable | â„¢unication ind = Mis Audres
Our Own Correspondent ! official cireles discounted the story! Layne Jeffer M.B.E., promine
In Honalulu ‘PORT OF-SPAIN, Dec, 10 although. they gave more weight | social worker Miss Jeffers is presi-|



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Times said Wednesday that Presi-|lators for
dent elect Eisenhower and Gen-|time for re
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war tee rier aidan, uni: | started iat Monday moraing v- |, The Bes sudden recovery fol- | HARRINGAY, England De, 10,
GEORGE W. JORGENSEN, Jr., (left), the son of a Bronx, N. Y., carpenter, |elect, a man high in his inner eee a teri aa rion on 6? | statements attributed is his olde at ae aa we ss
is shown shortly before he entered the Army where he served fortwo |circle of advisers” told the news-|;- ” nite ene t can ©8Y \son Prince Che duly that Franc e | He cruel sht : ahar anton oe I ‘ x-
years before being given an honorable discharge in 1946. Now George |paper where the meeting would ant ee ms. me to be ily. p} and the North African protectorate | en bourg ewe ne Ovelx “ee b22 |
is no more. After six operations, Jorgensen’s sex has been changed |take place. The Times gave no date). ~ 1°" © the responsibility of | were ny “at war’. —U.P. ibs. by a knockout in the fifth
and today (right) she is a normal, striking woman photographer in |for the meeting. Mr. Eisenhower pore members Mr. Speaker said round of a’ scheduled: ten-round
Denmark. The former GI’s parents were informed of the big change in |is due in Honolulu Thursday. ee ee Be nap bout here
a letter that Christine (that’s her new name) recently sent them. weUP oe in ee Weigand forced the fight during
Seine psec A oe ee _ a Ships Collide ie the first three rounds cutting
19 ARRESTED because there w is ne at i : Ss ri ete ceen wen hare sighs
, z / . 4 | J th v 10 Quorum o AN DIEGO, California fin the third round but after this
Miss Jorgensen Leaves Hospital | the Council. rae Dec. 10. || Williams improved
ALGERIA, Africa, Dec 10 | A “ Bi y escort timp 1 and } ig ae th i in the |
. i ma a {a coal laden freighte mped ir Weidand fo d the issue in
COPENHAGEN, Dec. 10. ,former United States soldier w nol ect m Peoples = 7 (p. a. 200 Arrested | port early to a afte I ; lea round but Williams skil-|
Christine Jorgensen, former,through a series of operations i: | arrested Sunday during N tionake ¥ collided 35 mile: thuve fully voids his right swings. In|
United States soldier left hospital , Denmark was transformed into it t riots in Sin ‘Sataichans pants . NAIROBI, Dec. 10. here last ght unde ve | the f round the Briton lan ida]
and was believed to be in seclu- ‘responsible blonde womar formally indicteg for partici, eh . vO hundred Kikuyu tribe men | gkie } a left and a smashing right to}
ln her relative Hospita iteimne Ap Hollywood earls elit a tinaned i aoe =. a ve e ar ested when police i ited The crews of both n iking Meer ny ae |
thoriti ois iad i not know 'year to make a movie. He ic os 1s atteskitig police a am in N yeri ; Distric ~ jur ccording to ¢ saan eae canes _ a ced |
whether the former George Jor-‘discussed the matter with Chri The trial is et for Thursday , +} ” cor ore ven ns | offict rhe collision knock red ' ith a fine ight "to faa
gensen had completed treatments{tine formerly known as George|to give defendants time rorgysaas dh ti te te - ; “ f et h the bow of the W snd down for the full|
that turned him into a girl but it}Jorgensen and said she told him] pare cases fP. Kik Oe cea ; oad 7 ;ou amage to the , 4 f the round had gone|
was believed she would still re-|she would leave Denmark as = a as sales be a a tee ‘ A UP. {
ceivé medical supervision. She ‘s|as her treatment is completed. e ent coal eee ae, +6 a | UP rere Te
not expected to jeave Denmarkjsaid he plans to bring Chri io. 6 Get Nobel Prize it ; let " ln ee re. ae | espe ' a rN GILBEY
for son ne. Medical authorities|here to ‘work on a percentage the M er a. | EMBASSY CHANGE “DEEDS NOT WORDS”
rid 1 change of sex it’s |basis, He predict ted that she wou | _STOC KHOL M, Dec. 10 : The ye a . en route fai- . P IF uw : “rene
tonars to contiwie: MARaDeTbe the ! Mia One: SR: 2S ceeet wae, OF sents to Nee HANDS TODAY DEMANDED FROM U.N.
reatmer pest fer ee t King Gustaf|plagued by an influx of lawless | Be ITY York
Whee, t sh ge | Stock ( ncert Kik 1 element bandonir j Dec. 1 = - Ramee
offers for r to star Christine on the stag ent ted oe: her 65 Kik I i 7 the eta. eo
har I h novies if she signs a nt i € ici ‘ - vey » i ined ic nd | Fesiene { ¥ pI
€ é hin He id i a ne = 4 ar Fort Hall after P tica , tr t
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By EDWARD KO!
LIS, Dec, 10.
France is facin er [ iSL
cause the average Frenchn le
ticket or a bet on a horse
securities. A Prenchmal! ira
“sterile old thax ( punt
The Economic Council
the most qualified titul . .
France, has run i ‘ i ‘
and has call 8) j? ian
1 rse the « ¢ . 2 ve
en, away from investn Constitution





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AGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATI THURSDAY, DECEMBER_]1, 1952
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First Visit Trinidad recently. They will be | wOGAy aoe ae ee tae
AYING their first visit to the SPending about two months pe Ving seveles of the iene
i i acation at St. Lawrence Hotel,

. and Mrs, V8? ; at t king hots” . ‘
r. and Mrs Mr, Wolse is a keen deep seal! re taking shot for thi
production,

carefully before ou make plunge

Daily.

eauty spot and places of in- FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces)
May have to ponder legal and properts

contraets until more thoroughly analyzed



Caribbean are I
Frederick J. Hooker from Cin-

ROAD SAFETY FILM SHOW

’ 1s i : ate ons te careful between noon anc p
cinnati, Ohio, who arrived on | herman and intends to spen , Oe ee ee a ‘4









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Pi 4 z 4 “Text Hig Action Wit! “MONTANA BELLE” Jane BUSSELL |
Last Show Teda Lasi ? Shews Teday re 4.45 a 8 ~
‘ < r eo Gorcey & the
BRIDGETOWN (Dial 2310) cf . | “Bowery Boys it
Friday, 2.30, 4.45 and 8.30 p.m. THE BLUE LAMF SMUGGLERS
: ; ; and Continuing daily 4.45 and 8.29 LILL!t MARLENE ss owe
Ss" GEORGE SFEEL, | Vutrition Officer By = Harrison-Gaeay pm. MEXICAN HAYRIDE | ~stLvem THAIS’
trolle or T ment ke ealer : S c 3 Lo Ji Whip
ide coca oe M! S )UISE ORNE, Nut POR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11 oe 2a TOKYO FILE 212 | Bud Poste Wake) Wilsor
4 ( iward | - —
of € Car 5 1 ae . < which . < i Yoday spectal 1% Friday and Sat i
eturned f om ¢ : “ A : 9 = | dad by B.W.LA K . *¢ i 6 Qs : } ’ EVA Rod CAMERON in

Re acted W 1 | MAROH ¢! to APRIL 2 (Aries)—Kin, i &éAQw4 i | , B oxenes —

Fifth Sessi .o halleng ‘ — ones .. : | SILVER TRAILS Lex BAI re eee

( onference and attended th ;: er or r € has ‘ ; >K3 © Se42 : ' . wil . Op I ’ a

Fifteenth Meeting t - aad 7 i QA 864 g2ms | S Bs bm pe

bean Commissi vith nutrition! ApRm, 2 3 : ? rs { ,
auspices the Confer¢ Se problerr Why wit tes Bax 2 ieee : 4 : | WAGONMASTER Mae Tee AMP

were held. Whil 1ere she was a guest at | #¢nt mind » work for guins. Others AQIW? : | - ; and

: rm ¢ tempte » delay gue. har BOT PACE NATURE'S | .
Returning with 5 Geotr su pe Mare Guest House, Worth-! Cures e Don't pe. at , oe : i : | wm #1 idic HALF ACRE a le BIL
vere Mr. C. A, Grossmith, O.B.E r { : 5 1 vy + ; KEN Color Bhs’ ’
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Administrative Seeret to De Congratulations loan cl oo 1 (Genin) —Be os : om re Se pt | : } BRIDGETOWN BARBAREES OISTIN

velopment and — Welfare he CXONGRATULATIONS to Mr.! bavona reason or moody stubbormnece | ¢ South's elementary mistake : sm} 2018) oe or Ge! Sow

cted the United Kingdo \4 and Mrs. Geoffrey Foster of ;”* be frm. too, where you should. 3; a this hand from the 1950 : re . — ” azaaeenemuse so

Commissioner in the absence Rosly: Avenue, Belleville | ; World chara hips aiver ¢
Mr J. K Thompsor Coloni t he th « - , daughter on | Jae e e J S a : ae a la’ ok Pe a : ae ¥

! ‘ hom} fon “y th yirth » daug ) day in whch you 1 3 player chose an ?:

Attache in the Brit Embassy fue t D Bayley Clinic iF ea a barwees cor : 3 nse proment for a : R® &> a» é T HE ATRE §

he s unabie io t esent 1 cock iness ¢ frank but not ittin : ‘ake-out double :

who was unabi ej Vi . et ae na e , : + .

Javid Perciva A unt 0 Gort. Vet. Returns pMave tact with tuthfuiness : The American North : ‘i ———_—_——_-—-——_
mayas: Sercivay... Aenean a incense ore = redoubled to signal that he ! EMPIRI OLYMPIC ROXY ROYA
omic Advise ‘ or lle R. 3. PROVERBS, Govern- | _ ¥ 4 te AUC * (Lee)—Gene = could cope with any call by : To-day 4.30 & 8.15 7 & Tomorrow To- a hr

, Mh R ' < oa . [planetary indi you keer >| 3 East-wi i : ae ae. ©
and M t, G. Roe ¢ eo me Veterinary Surgeon, re- | Leoites. How the extie cone a = ‘Three ‘Diamonds "youd hs 3 * a MUNT THE ‘pp Mn Dose

tariat, H gs H i ed Tr inidad yesterday }a d wrong choice in matters affecting : nalised to the tune of 800. : 0p MAN DOWN Masterpiece SO GOES MY Lov!

: s orning by B.W.L.A. after attend- mportant results : Rast and, for some : : ‘ With With

“Lazeretto Christmas Fund ing a special meeting of the Veter- ‘ : unknown reason, South came : HE THIRD Gig Youngs SAMSON AND Don Amech«

NCE : om . f a Committee of the Advisory | 2UGUST 2 to SEPTeMBER zs (virgo) | 3 to the enemy's rescue with a : VISITOR 1 ao teeh ehae” Tang
NCE again the Committee o j FE. CARMICHAEL oat 7 ig ; - Auspicio wn per od for favoured ideas = bid of Three Hearts. : and DELILAH and
the a darett Ciitistmen / neil on Agriculture. This meet- } connected with your work, professiona 3 North. of se, was well : DANGEROUS Teck RIDE ‘RM
ene : , £ r » ving the z vitie iscus ther “ : ' course, 5 ; a echnicolor 5
lreat Christmas Gift Fund are Barrister-at-Law 1 ¥ - . ab d oa he out- oe oa her ell before ; aware, Fons nqiature of: reste PROFESSION Paes COWROY
bres ) oot nd sease wae s Starring ae 97

makin ¢ their’ annual app lug UE to arrive from England to- Marti ia 1 the Bore : Ceanitet on him for more i t G i Hedy } au With

regular ibser?bers and thy. aut day by the De Grasse is Mi : oe : De w Ln er n ng a eee ag" to OCTOBER 2% : than one trick in defence. : I 2 “a Vietor Mature Bud ooteaty
. Sal . y by tl 8! \ openec ( , » yf empting fortune =? : ws a. 4 , LOW nenlimneiwantoreene ou Costello
eral public Yor donations, Elliston Carmichael who has re- Dr. Proverbs returned in time }chance is foolhardy, - Use Labremy gend | : south Re Tere 3 ¥ J IN 45 8 K.Q m/Upening Saturday | —

«This fund is used for making cently passed his Bar Finals. Mr. to act as a jutige at® yesterday's | Devote time to careful planning made at the other table. 7] 2 ¢ ms a Caria sa ee we Tomorrow (Friday
1 special gift presentation to the Carmichael was formerly on the dog show . Dorouae a to NOVEMBER © seeeeessnsennsecamncssasnsenesseneesananoed 60 DON EDDIE Y luctions Presents) Millett Red Anthony Stee! “Bisate ; ; i
— of the home at Christ taff of m ele ae ati For Christmas (Scorpio) © grent déonbes London Kxrpress Service G Cooper it THE WHIPHAND |) Divah Sher dan Willian: Phipp
mas “his é E : y ¥ . . iia 5 *. give more progressive [HN N : ir 4

ae oe Senn cere wo Weeks R. RAMON PORTILLO ar- Don't, Be sdemanf. Your original | . AC gc ee item Ivory HUNTER | 2
official arrangements made | R. TED SILMER of Shel. Oil rived from Venezuela over [is will Gnd rs | es 4 Action-Packed LOST PATROL and TRAIN TO

Government and is much ap- | Caracas and Mr Norman the week-end os I A v. foe the } Westerr wit KATIE DID IT ALCATRAZ

-ciat yy . abne enslien Se a ake ee <4 - ~ (Smo SEG 3 “ . . NOVEMBER © t DECEMBER & igang Vict Vic Lag le with 3

yreciated t the inmate vho Croft of the Venezuela Telephone Christmas holiday Sagittarius)On the brink of fine | CROSSWOKD U Karte : 1 it Midnite Karloff Ann Blyth | a

experience a sense of pe | t ' , ‘ DICK WESSON ‘VIRGINIA GIBSON sr etPeTER wor : ; es TRE DAKOTA KID
. 0., are at presen pending two . - period. See that you are in on what's 7 ’ " ur ganem & Dow 30 pr _ Mark Stevens | — aes
remembrance at this ‘ veeks holiday + St. Lawrence To Film Barbados doing. Stay “in line,” both in personal * | PHYILIS KIRK AILEEN STANLEY IR ROY DEL RUTH rae toa Saturday at Midnite) Paring , Saturday

Sanson, Hotel, eho ; ~~ EXOUR member ia i : 7 UL TRAIN TO JUTCAST OF Whole Serlal ‘u, Tithe

. . i » embers o ne athe on ° . HE ; ina iversal Doub!

_ All gifts can be sent to Mr. They expect to return to ik Film Unit are due to arrive| DECEMBER 2s t JANUARY 21 (Capri- ALE ARRAZ THE TRAIT. DAUGHTER ook Mann
C, B. Allamby at the Advocate Caracas next week today from Trinidad on a two} f?™)—Prudent handling of affairs should any d wih @ TERRITORY
office. Should anyone find it Deep-sea Fisherman day visit. They are making ’ re A pao AR. Pe ee BARBAREES bia | Sine , ee Aur ene
dificult to get their donation P ; new reel ‘of ome of the W L : PLAZA (Di al : 5170.) eee eee eee ee eee ee re ee ‘BUCCANEER GIRI

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forwarded, they will be collected MoM" and MRS, ROBERT A islands’ and have already visited|,¢aNUAR*,, ™.,, FEBRUARY 20) .

Just dial 2235, WOLSE of Southport, Cone) Tt Sica and Peitided en earn e alert ta: whabe-what FRIDAY 4.45 and 8.30 p.m.

i a ; ‘ a i at ound ou there sho »e some new cu cieweeare Sao
necticut arrived by B.W.LA. fréin ccess awaiting you soor But check and Continuing at —— —



























































r : , Ch i ,, * Ti lervice to overforce issue Must be firr
Monday evening by B.W.LA,. via nost of ‘his holiday fishing ildre st Toy Se va 7 " ’ pr.nciple | Across
Puerto Rico and will be remain- Opening Night FW HE Annual Children’s Toy YOU BORN TO-DAY: Active, am rade oven remade. (9)
. re : babel J ; : : Ser. . eka ‘ yitious, clev but ray be ed at \ mash upsets Crete? (9 ‘ ’
ing, until New Year's Day. as TPYHE Barbados Players pro Service, sponsored by the] Line" ers kita ute "Sear | Rubee, aon, ore? IT MIGHT BE YOU'
gue ts at the Ocean View Hotel. duetion of the thriller “The *.'Y ee ne otners men wainst giving wa tc tempe it ant rage of a wandering
Sales Manager of The Stearns Third Visitor,” directed by Lady “''! reld at St. Michael's)": Oe Real’ tnd anal’ other “eritt kind, (6) teed. (3) and
eBid Foster Co; Cotton. Mill of Dangan opens at the Empire Cathedral on Thursday, December] jie “you. Pray. always. for. guidance The heart of a steed. (4
\ é s é a 3 ike you. Pray always for guidance. | ; 3 »f yhich men ran. (6) “= W ”
Cincinnati, Mr. Hooker said that Theatre tonigmt.ai.8.20. and con. /8 at 4.30 p.m Pirthdate: His Holiness Pope Leo X ia Fi weckie. shrub... (6) ORTH THE RISK
they generally spent their holi- tinues tomorrow with © Treatines The Cathedral will be attrac-}patron of learning; Hector Berlioz, Fr. | eo dB ye “Heo Eton. (4)
days at Delray Beach, Florida, at 5 p.m. and ends with another tivety decormed with illuminatea|oorr 0. Note | comes ae 4 :
: - . , - » * . é s é y When to get on both ways. (4) ‘ " a . ,
but this year, they decided to show the same evening at 8.30. trees ar cene depicting the | 02, Regard, (9) will be shown at the BRIDGETOWN PLAZA
come a little further south to see Hi Excellency the Acting Nativity Down . ‘ i issi
‘ s E y J gl ° e ; aT Pr by kir srmiss 2 | remen
what Barbados was like, having Governor, Mr, R. N, Turner and Children are asked to give Listening Hours ae wer os io ey oy ta starring | ’ " 1. ee ee eee
ae Ras econ reports about Mrs, Turner will be attending genereusly and gifts are to b siantshendah nlceietine ay) ved Fabric | wisted sik thread. (9 BEN JOHNSON - JOANNE DRU at
» isle om . friends at t ght’s rfo a » brought to t > “e vran- . Ss. £ i v2 7 i » bullc 2 to? , en oY c
€ inc rom rel riend onigh performance ugt he ervice unwrar 1.00—0.00 p.m 25.53M Wt aa ot includes it ? (4) HARRY CAREY, Jr. WARD BOND 30 p.m. on MONDAY, 15TH DECEMBER, 1952
home. Mhis play had a successful run ped Sate ! a ane wou nave upper air. (5) weit CHARLES KEMPE } L f I yee UU Ri » 1902
Although they have not been at the Duke ¢ frork's Theatre The toys are stribute it > Me News, 4.10 p.m. The Dail ts hose belonging to me ‘ . : : :
: Fe ne Be Se Sen Aon SOS AG. ORs Hae Samce RIL MS pun 'No Name, 448 Bam) |). BEE) wager. (4) ALAN MOWBRAY » JAME DARWELL Holders of a eurrent Driver's Licence will be ad-
h h ‘ 4.1 No Nar ’
ere long enough to see much of London and received high praise Christn to the children at the Bs} BBC C aor | sre tem tidier ? (6) . . ‘ >
the island, their first impressions from the leading English paper Hospital, the Nightingale Home} orchestra Te ; : ah rhe answer could be a ‘emon mitted FREE OF CHARGE.
are very good and they are look I inderstand that there are and many other ghildren’s insti-| 6.00—7.16 p.m 11.32M, 49.7)M | ») . . " .
ing forward to a happy stay here, still lots of good seats available, tutions 7 . | isty-one,? BO ginsie, (4 These films are worth while anetne:
es ; : ‘ 6 p.m. Welsh Miscellany, 6.15 p.m. ! art of the rocket. (+ —=t@ ipa +e 5 “-¥ . inp 4 Sone -Binle hecd
i; vextet f Ahoy, 6 e p m, i ts Poni tion of yesterday's ( tzale a Aeros Plus:--Special Added Attraction: a ee ee ~ MICHELIN’
7 News from Britain, 7.15 p.m. We see} Rarxds 12 3. Talon; 3 Walt Disney's R. T. MICHELIN,
ty Beachcomber Britain | vivant 2 sie | NATURE'S HALF ACRE
eee 4 ‘ ta | (si Eventty); . a Gree; .¢ % ee °
T45—10.80 p.m. S1.29M, 4 Ms Need. Down: 1 : Geari box Commissioner,
rend ncaa pital anenit bella _ -- <, Arranged Eagle: & (Printed in Technicolor) i
% j ss . 5 “ . Ce . f . ° oaned: 3. tive, 14 a : { .
A*S the only foreman cutter in “You did not catch that one,” the ground, If the hen-house itself] , 7.45 p.m, Some eens oo | Sheer: 1” Sentone were Bent The Thrilling True-Story of The Barhados Police
this street who ean cut an said his favourite wife. “You is to be converted into a rabbit-|¢.,., pear of the Week, 845 p.m | 20, (sup) Pose Nature’s Outdoor Species. le
egg in half with a sponge, and bought her at the slave-market hutch a special temporary licence] Special Dispatch, 9 p.m. The Man who | j <=
vice versa, I was interested in the on your way home.” “Night- is needed. The permit to apphy|>reke the Bank, 10 p malt Spe aaa |
repetition, by a lecturer, of the ingale of ten thousand moons,” for this licence expires after 14 MR pee a aggre tap! \

Sen-Lord

difficult as it seems if you put have seen the ones that got the application for the licence is} —————

your mind to it.” away,” made. This is to avoid redun- e } i 3 9 ,
’ sn passing

i ; > A Day in the Life of the First | Cla 0 L
old nonsense : “Nothing is as replied the Sultan, “you should days anc must be renewed before 8.2 : 19 30 pm: No Name 7 One 4 $s nm Ly

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How would he set about un- (Chronicle of Ismet the Bald). dancy ' 1. |
, i ’ , “redi , > ‘jal-}
anne a bottle of wine with a A ie The odd man out rue discrediting of es ae A 20,000-ton British liner, just ‘
cone PuCEleS By yea was over at Whacks- ist politicians fe ner wt ordered from Harland and Wolff, 2,
Foulenou rh’s sy le traw Manor. The ladies, such ceeds ey Oe oy aes keep of Belfast, by the Shaw Savill "
gas system ey a ba whi’ Ea guilt cases adles, SUCH entertaining. They cannot , |Line, will not carry cargo of any
APTAIN FOULENOUGH has J % this age of crude supessti- as they were, had withdrawn row-| their mouths shut. In order to | kind
“ as + th surprise to Te dil saving panties © 3 ‘
won a good deal of money { ue a iia cnet Mest iva it e r ane aoe tie B: ae es * explain the easing of the housing | She is due to make her maiden | .. ‘ s ; ‘ e
oh horses lately. Has the Captain * eee # Peng pr ak : Ri ee a wats ile , nike situation, one of se that | voyage to Australia and New tea IS especia \ convenient
& sys > The Te weshht ing OF de “tess = 100) andy, ang vile . 5 » weather of September | Ze, 95 —
ay hag se magic vitamin tablet which flushed with wine, were boasting] )* ‘ ths somebody should, The liner whose design is oes ici
Mae a casdien nace in ah oan made short children grow tal of thetr brace Waistcoats were pti Maibolbey ‘of "thal utter-| likely to include some new ideas, mages big or Visitors
face : 1 tectac had ‘Hosite ‘ very quickly, American scientists undone, and braces were stretched eal not in order to score cheap| will make four round voyages a oo.
ange at snares curse milne swore by these tablets, so, of and released with an insolent}) voting ints, but as a record) year. . wn r ” +
man with ‘a telescope some miles course, a lot of short children twang. One gentleman made no SE oantal ty of professional! All passengers will have the Located at “The Village, Marine Gap, in the
away. This man reports by short- were’ dosed with them. What is attempt to show off his braces Oe ae st rhict t motel ISRICE Mile DORN URHOOS OMNES: Orme
wave radio to tee Captain in ee ay ust Mearsge = s "" acest politicians to-day tn of the ship, which is to be to serve those who wish to avoid the busy down-’
private room of a big public urprising is that the experiment “Show your braces ir cried a one class. ¢ . t ae eee ee -
a” eine ae : 1 4 ~ was at once stopped, when it was rude voice, “or are you ashamed tl-piece {| Even when the ship is full— Ree et “
_— r oe ae arian te found that the children were not of them?” Ele who was shus.ag rs oR vaiting 20 minutes in| she will take 1,200 everyone a Currency Exchanged; Funds Remitted or trans-
few ‘ Sai ‘Tat ang - - urowing taller. Admissions that (ressed smiled sadly, Then, un- & FTE ort ae vatl iral will have an air-conditioned cabin CLUB POINCIANA a = be Set ferred. sien
few minutes later hi horse is «coientists” are not infallible are “Oing his waistcoat, he revealed a restaurant in a ca ae to steep in oO Travellers’ Cheques Letters of Credit nego-
Shee ae pa S50 D0 ine tedday the fact that he wore no braces,Joty T was told = ‘ a me ta ta to be built ate yard “THE VILLAGE " ; Cashed; tiated.
ines” nae Gas = ve Of “G@HE was seen,” says an item His breeches were tied with string Rett eae, raat re pota- from which a new Shaw Savill LAY % Chequing Accounts Con- Savings Deposits accept-
-ourse, he has always made an ; baa ‘. Mocking laughter greeted his dis-}there was “a shortage a- 7 4 . : : S ducted ed
pr si eae of news, on an elephant’s cing Jaughter greeted his dis 4 " rg ad| cargo liner, the Cymric, has just = . *
arrangement with the bar-man 174" on hor 64th. birthday iF Prob. Comfiture, Boxton’s Braces Help,|toes,”’ (¢) the dish I wanted had hdén Mnrened “EE. Rees eae re a Stock Market Quotations Avaiiapie.
sae Pri come shall have jiiy she had been unable to get You To Hold Your Head Up_In}been eaten ; : ee eater a a 2 BRANCHES IN BARBADOS.
broken own, so t hat the broad- Gown Any Company! Don’t Be The Odd 3959599999999 99 99S SOSS9F SPPIOPED DODD EVID DOP IDORS, Perens = Bridgetown Branch:—H B. INCE, Manager.
aes, sf the race cannot be Prodnose: That does not ex- Man Out! Let Boxton Brace | ; " Hastings Branch:—H, L, INNISS, Officer in Charge.
0, Pp “
: plain why she was up there in the You! tales ; G L |) B lt
Uneurk ra place, : ; }: ye ac sans thee, sll :
. stm 4 Myself: Perhaps it was her idea ° iS column, e wh > we « . : 7.
oes 2 M1 = J. of a good birthday. Or perhaps be no opening paragraph to-day, TO-DAY 4.45 and 8.30 p.m, (Last a ehh
ummings on the rising flood she mistook the elephant for @ %% December 11 falls on a Thurs- ICIDENT” and “LEAVE HER
y es ‘ s x é i } s} an ah 4 .
of barbarous abbreviations print- rhinoceros lay this year BORDER INC HEAVEN”

ed ~ letters prompts me Prodnese: Why should she want What is it?

to as how many people know to ride a rhinoceros at her age? > TICE COCKLE-CAR
’ Me ’ . R, JUSTICE COCKLE-CAR-

Whether the following are in- Myself: Perhaps it was her first ROT Ww * ‘alled u Rae

vented by me or are actually in chance of riding one F ae aes P.

(Ricardo MONTABLAN) Gene TIERNEY and TO BRIDGETOWN

Cornel WILDE.



» cide a difficult point yesterday in



existence to-day. Prodnose: But why should— 3 : ; sealed nied . satiate ie iid . 0 OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
FOMP, ECOSOC, SCOP, NAF, Myself: Perhaps her mother he baie Rn ai egal Opening TO-MORROW 5 and 8.3
UNBO, GATT, BITO, owned the beast, and couldn't ride ye enna doross a lane at A New Action Double - - -
Wisdom of the ages Ay pete thet day. Now wo away. night, must it have a rear light? “DON’T BOTHER TO KNOCK” ;
CERTAIN Vizir, to give Procedure-schedule _. Mr. Tinklebury Snapdriver, Q.C., tichard WIDMARK — Marilyn MONROE
pleasure to his lord, stocked UET’S department has laid held that Lae ar it a and
a fish-pond with beautiful Circas- down that the construction of hand-propelled vehicular entity, an > . 7 , y y q?
sian dancers. One evening the q rabbit-hutch on ground pre- Mr Honey-weather Gooseboote, THE RETURN F OF THE TEXAN B06
Sultan came to fish, and the viously used for a hen-house re Q.C., held that it was a non- Dale ROBERTSON Robert DRU eS :

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Vizir had baite? the hook with quires a separate licence, On vehicular construction tempora~
rcre sweetmeats from Akbara. application for the licence an rily vehicularised- Cocklecarrot)
Very soon the Sultan landed a inspector will visit the site, to adjourned the hearing Expert}
dancer, and carried her home. take measurements,and to survey witnesses are to be called

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THURSDAY. DECEMBER il, 1952

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

ST ————









REPORT OF SALARIES COMMISSIONER a

I support the requests in (i)
and (ii) as similar employees
are fed at the hospitals in Trin-
idad. As regards (iii) it seems
equitable that as these officers
are fed im the same way as
nurses, they should be similarly
treated when they go on leave.

As regards (iv). (v) and (vi)
I am unable to support the re-
quests as officers of similar sta-
tus are not given rations or allow-
ances in Trinidad.

(B) LIVING OUT ALLOW.
ANCES

Nurses, who cannot be accom-
modated at the Hospital Hostels,
have asked that their weekly
allowance of $4 be increased.
The corresponding allowance in
Trinidad is $15 monthly. I there-
fore see no reason for increasing
the allowance.

(C) LAUNDRY ALLOW-
ANCES

(i) The nurses have requested
that their weekly aie
ance of $1.20 be increased
to $1.50. They are in re-
ceipt of cost of living al-
lowances which are in-
tended to meet increase in
expenditure which they
may have to ineur, The
allowance in Trinidad is
$5 monthly.

Ambulance drivers have
asked that their uniforms
be laundered free of
charge at the hospital or
that they be given the
standard laundry allow-
ance. As drivers in Trini-
dad are given allowances
I support the request.

(D) FREE ISSUE OF

(ii)

TOOLS
I cannot support the request of
the carpenters at the General

ospital for a free issue of tools.
Artisans in the Service and in
private enterprise are expected
to provide their own tools.

(E) RENT ALLOWANCES

(1) Nursing attendants and
nurses at the Mental Hos-
pital have asked that they
be given rent allowances
as no provision is made
for accommodating them
at the institution. I see no
reason why they should
not be treated in the same
manner as nurses at the
General Hospital, The liv-
ing-out allowance in Trini-
dad as mentioned in (B)
hereof at $15 per month is
paid to the nursing staff at
the Mental Hospital.

(2) Medical officers, who by
the terms of their appoint-
ment are entitled to free
furnished quarters, state
that they are given an

allowance equivalent to
10% of their salaries, if

they are not provided with

quarters,
I suggest that the Trinidad
regulation quoted hereunder

might be considered by Govern-
ment; —

“Where a_ married
rents non-Government furn-
ished quarters at a monthly
rental exceeding the aggregate
of 10 per centum of his
monthly salary and 5/12 per
centum of the estimated value
of the furniture ordinarily pro-
vided for an officer of his
grade renting Governinent
furnished quarters, the month-
ly allowance shall:—

officer

SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC

In Carlisle Bay

Schooners:—Franklyn D.R., W. I
Eunicia, Marea Henrietta, Philip H
Davidson, Mandalay li, Mary E. Caroline,
Cloudia S

Motor Vessels:—-T. B. Radar, Lady
Patricia, Daerwood, Lady Joy
ARRIVALS

S8.S. Corona, 2,981 tons, from Montreal
under Captain J. Rasmussen. Consigned
to Da Costa & Co. Ltd.

Seawell
ARRIVALS By B.W.LA.

Frém Trinidad:
DECEMBER 10TH
Y. Leesa+Ping, C. Da Silva, C. Gros-
smith, Sir G. Seel, R. Roe, D. Percival,

R. Salas, F. Salas, M. Proverbs, N
Hoyland,

From Grenada;

D. Gay, C. Shillingford, H. Hill, H
fill, G. Hil



BUY NOW, There will be a rush for these:

a) If his monthly salary
not exceed $500, be
equivalent of the
ence between such
diminished by 5/12 per
centum of such estimated
value, and 10 per centum
of his montly salary;
if his monthly salary ex-
ceeds $500, be the equiva-
lent of the difference be-
tween such rental so
diminished and $50 pro-
vided that no allowance in
either case shall exceed
$50.”

(F) UNIFORMS

{1) The nurses claim that stu-
dent nurses (blue uniforms)
are supplied with uniforms
annually, while they are
given issues every two years.
They ask that issues be
made annually to them.

I see no reason why the usual
practice of supplying all nurses
with annual issues should not be
followed.

(2) The request of the Keeper of
Clothing at the General
Hospital for uniforms is not
supported by me,

AIRPORT TRANSPORT
EXPENSES

32. Airport employees who are
not provided with quarters at or
near the Airport have represented
that they have to travel each day
to and from the Airport at their
own expense. It is usual for
Government either to provide
transport for such employees or
to meet their travelling expenses,

I recommend that favourable
consideration be given to their
representations.

HARBOUR AND SHIPPING
MASTER

33. The messenger at the
Harbour and Shipping Office re-
ceives an allowance of 70 cents a
day (Sundays and Holidays ex-
cepted) for signalling ships in ad-
dition to his salary as messenger.

This allowance is in my opinion

adequate,
PRISONS

House Allowances

34. Prison officers have asked
that they should be granted house
allowances similar to those grant-
ed to the Police Force.

I cannot agree that the reasons
for granting house allowances to
the Police Force are applicable to
the Prison staff. I therefore re-
commend that the application be
rejected,

AGRICULTURE
Station Allowances — Peasant

Agricul/ural Instructors

35. An allowance at the rate of
$240 is payable to each of the
Instructors in charge at six Agri-
cultural stations. They have re-
quested that the allowance be in-
creased to $480. The allowance
was made to these resident In-
structors in view of additional
duties and _ responsibilities and
increased working time as com-
pared with those Instructors en-
gaged in district duties only and
in view of the fact that they were
precluded from keeping their own
produce gardens and from_ the
facilities of keeping small live-
stock,

There is no adequate reason for
increasing the allowance.

ORDERLIES AT GOVERN-
MENT HOUSE —

36. The Private Secretary has

recommended that the allowance

does
the
differ-
rental

(b)





Molasses
ae

As Medicine

In the House of Commons on
Wednesday, November 26, Mr.
Sorensen, (Labour, Leyton,) ask-
ed the Minister of Food what 1s
the importation of molasses this
year as compared with the two
previous years; and if he is aware
of the difficulty of securing this
commodity for domestic use; and,
in view of the medicinal value of
molasses, if he will undertake to
secure an adequate supply.

Major Lloyd George, Minister
of Food, said in his reply: “I
sume the hon. Member is referring
to crude black molasses... Imports
are not separately recorded in
official statisties.. Imports of mo-
lasses for domestic consumption
are freely permitted from the
sterling area and if there is diffi-
culty in securing supplies it is not
because of any restrictions on the
issue of import licences.

“I understand that licences to
import more than 500 tons have
been issued so far this year.

as-

B.U.P.







of $53 per annum voted for order-
lies on duty at Government House
be increased to $108 per annum
so that the small allowances to tne
Sergeant and Corporal Chauffeur
may be increased and an allow-
ance be given to the Constable-
Chauffeur who at present receives
no allowance.

The recommendation appears to
be most reasonable and has my
support,

DEPUTY MARSHAL AND
MARSHALS

37. The Deputy Marshal and
Marshals have made the follow-
ing requests: —

(a) That they be granted the
same Plain Clothes allow-
ance as are granted to Writ
Servers in the Police Force

(b) That they be granted over-
time allowances for attencd-
ing jurors empanelled over-
night

(c) That the present travelling
allowance, viz, $30 monthly»
for the Deputy Marshals
and $24 for Marshals for
which they have to account,
should be treated as general
allowance, for which they
would not have to account.

My recommendation is that the
three requests be rejected, as it
is not customary elsewhere to pay
allowances as at (a) and (b) and
there is no hardship to give an
account of expenses incurred as at

(ce).
OVERTIME
A. Post Office Messengers
38. The Colonial Postmaster
has recommended that overtime
to Messengers at the rate of 24c.
per hour be increased to 48c, per
hour A fair rate in my view
would be 36c. per hour,

B. Night Duty Allowance To
Inspector Of Waterworks

The Water Engineer has recom-
mended that an allowance of $240
per annum be paid to Inspectors
for approximately 40 hours overs
time monthly. IT cannot support
the recommendation as the amount

of overtime by these officers is
insignificant and I have stated
elsewhere that I consider their

salaries are already too high.

MISCELLANEOUS.
SUBJECTS
39. The Police and Fire
3rigade Association raised various
questions relating to:—
(a) Re-engagement
(b). Insurance
(c) Leave
(d) Pensions
(e) Medical Services
(f) Police and Fire Brigade
Association — Provision to
be made in the Act.
As these matters are outside
the scope of my enquiry I do not
propose to comment thereon.

ANOMALIES
te
40. There is only one case,
which was dealt with by the
Turner’s Committee, that I feel

shoulda be reconsidered by Gov-
ernment; it is that of the Head-
master of the Boys’ Foundation
School. ‘

It has been pointed out that it
is possible for the Deputy Head-
master with a responsibility al-
lowance of $480 per annum to
draw more than the Headmaster.
Such a position should not, in my
opinion, be allowed,

MAIL NOTICES —

Mais for Dominica by the Sch, W. L
Eunicia will be closed at the General
Post Office a inder

Parcel Mail at 12 noon,
Mail at 2 p.n and Ordinary
2.30 p.m TO:DAY Thursday
December, 1952

Mails for St. Lucia by the M.V. Lady
Jow will be closed at the General Post
Office as under

Registered
Mail at
lith



Parcel Mail at 12 noon, Registered
Mail at 2 p.m. and Ordinary Mafl at
2.30 p.m. on Friday, 12th December,
1952

Mails for Dominica, Antigua,, Mont<
serrat, Nevis and St. Kitts by the M.V
Moneka will be closed ut the General
Post Office as under

Parcel Mail at 12 noon, Reg,stered
Mail at 2 p.m. and Ordinary Mail at
2.30 p.m. on Friday, 12th December,
1952

———_—_—_—

4 eC , y ony,
RATES OF EXCHANGE
Selling NEW YORK Buyimg

72 1/10 pr. Cheques on
Bankers 70 4/10% pr
Sight or
Demand Drafts 70 2/10% pr
72 1/10 pr. Cable
70 6/10". pr. Currency 68 9/10) pr
Coupons 68 2/10% pr
50% pr Silver 20°) pr
OANADA
78 4/10% pr. Cheques or
Bankers 76 7/10% pr
Demand Drafts 76.55 pr
Sight Drafts 76 4/10%° pr
78 4/10% pr. Cable
716 9/10 > pr. Currency 75 2/10" pr
Coupor 74 5/10 % pr
20° pr Silver 20°) pr

a

A NEW SHIPMENT JUST OPENED AT LOW PRICES: {

Lovely designs in Plastic and Oil Cloth suitable for Table Cloths for the
Season, also Fancy Cotton Floral Table Cloths.

Obtainable at - - -

A. E. TAYLOR LTD.

DIAL $4100.

Where Qualities are HIGH and PRICES LOW.

Worn by men for Comfort, Quality and Style, the’ very best Selection of

JOHN WHITE CASUALS

in Brown and White, Brown Suede, Brogue, Box Oxfords, Tan Willow
Oxfords, also Two-tone Brogues prices varying from

$8.43 — $11.83

Crepe-Soles, also Brogues and Dress Shoes

Prices varying from - - -

Best Quality GEORGE WEBB SHOES: Casuals in Brown with Leather & }
}
i

The Small Store with Real Bargai

DIAL 4100







$13.72 — $17.90

Low Prices







PART TIME OFFICERS
4 I regre tt









been possible, withi the short
time allotted tc to present my
repori, to bmi ecommendation

egard t he emoluments of



Part Time Officers I shall, how-
ever, at the earliest possible op-
portunity submit recommend-

ations separately
APPENDICES
42. Below is a summar
tachments

Appendix |

of ate

Comparative State-

ment of the Annual “Cost of
Living” Allowances Paid to
Monthly Employees in Bar-

bados and Trinidad.
Appendix I]—Schedule of Posts

Under “Personal Emoluments”
(Exclusive of Unestablished
Staff).

Appendix III Schedule of
Monthly Employees “Un-

established Staff”
“Personal Emoluments”

Appendix IV Schedule of
Monthly Paid Employees Paid
from Votes Under “Other
Charges.”

Appendix \ Schedule of
Monthly Paid Employees Paid
from Special Funds

Appendix VI—Schedule of Non-
Graduate Teachers in Second-
ary Schools Paid from Grants-
in-Aid.

Appendix VII—St

Paid Under



itement Show-

ing the Additional Cost of the
Recommendations Contained
in The Report for the Next
Six Years Over the Cost
Zased on Present Scales of

Salaries and Wages

43. I would like to express to
Captain R A Sealy whose
services, as Secretary, were placed
at my disposal, my grateful thanks
for making all arrangements for
interviews and visits to institu-
tions and for the peed and
efficiency with which he supplied
any information that I needed

ERROL L. DOS SANTOS

Salaries Commissioner.
24th November, 1952.

In paragraph 41 of my Revort
of the 24th November, 1952. I
stated that I would submit at a
later date recommendations relat-
ing to Part-time officers

Chaplains of Institutions
With the exception of the Chap-

Jain of the House of Assembly who
is a retired Vicar on pension, the

Chaplains are either Vicars or
Rectors of Parish Churches and
as such receive remuneration

which was recently increased un-
der the recommendations of the
Turner Committee's Report. 1
therefore cannot find any adequate
grounds for recommending any in-
creases to their allowances as
Chaplains.

As regards the Chaplain of the
House of Assembly it is for con-
sideration of the Members of the
House whether the allowance for
this honorary post should be in-
creased.

PANTHER
PANIC

BARHEIN, Persian Gulf
Nothing like it had ever hap-
pened before on the peaceful
island of Bahrein. The sun-soak-
ed islanders had never seen such

an animal. Neither had the
policemen. So, before they set
out to track it down, they were

shown two others caged nearby.
And, for ten hours, while they

searched, panic and fear gripped
the island, business came to a
standstill, schools and streets
were closed, houses and doors
locked.

The cause? A panther, one ol

three on their way to London by

cargo plane.

Under cover of early morning
darkness, it had broken from its
cage and slipped.out of the air-
craft. The panic began at 7 a.m.
when its escape was revealed as
the transport was about to leave.

The news spread like wildtire
through the island. It reached
His Highness Sir Dhaikh Suliman
Bin Hamad Al Khalifa, ruler of
Bahrein. He ordered his cousin,
Excellency Shaikh Khalifa, gen-
eral commander of the police, to
search the island, capture the
panther if possible, otherwise,
destroy it

But armed poiice§ and
amateur hunters could for
find nothing

Then, at 4 p.m, a wide-eyed
fisherman raced in to tell how he
a sleek, black animal

Arab
hour

had spotted

asleep in a 9 ft, fishing boat
anchored off shore.

An armed car dashed into the
shallow water and towards the
boat, waking the dozing panther
which snarled, hissed and un-
sheathed it claws. A marksman

shot it dead.

Apparently the panther escap-
ed while the tide was out, strolled
down to the beach and then
climbed into the boat. There it
dropped off to sleep in the seore!-
ing Bahrein sun, while the tide
surrounded it.

The body was taken to a publ
square for all to see And its
skin is to be cured and added 1
trophies in the royal palace.

Its loss is a piece of bad luc!
for the London Zoo,

“Work At U.N. Not
Satisfactory”

NEW YORK, Dec. 9.
Soviet Foreign Minister Andre







Vyshinsky sailing for home to
jday said that the work of the
United Nations Genera) Asser

| bly as an instrument of peace w
| not satisfactory. Vyshinsky m
the comment before newsreel and






television cameras before he left
in the French liner Liberte.

He said “you asked me to
a few words before ‘iy depart
I do that with pleasure Ti
holidays are coming nd I wv
|say a few words. “Actually the
first thing I would like to say
about the United Nations.’ A
though the work of the Assemt
jis on % finished yet it shows
that the General Assembly does
not fulfil its duty for peace. It
| duty is fighting for peace The
very fact that they’ adopted a
resolution which not promoting
peace shows that its work as ar



strument of peace is not
factory. —U.P.

satis-

Medical Officers

had an





duties.
There are not:

their
any posts whose

t Ww opportunity :
f 2 € ing the terms of ap- emoluments require revision
point and the time spent by My recommendations are = as
these ficers in the discharge of under: =
HEAD OF SERVICE- No. Present Proposed
Emoluments Emolumen’s
Folice— $s $
960 (2,160) 2,496
Medical Officer, District “A” 5 240 300
Medical Officers
isons— l 960 1,800
Surgeor
ledica 1 960 1,320
Assistant Health Officer '
(Maternity Hospital) 1 1,152 1,680 }
Visiting Obstetrician
(Lazaretto) 1 960 1,152 }
Surgeon . oe
(General Hospital)
Asst. Medical Officer, 1 480 576 }
VD. Dept. .. ee

Supervisor of Gardens,

General Hospital
The Supervisor receives
lowance of $120 per annum



an al-
She

has requested that her allowanc®
be increased to $180 per annum as
the pervision of the pden at-





tached to “Avalon” building flats
occupied by Medical Officers, has |
been entrusted to her. |

I see no objection to the small}
increase,

Dos SANTOS.
Commissioner

(Sad.) ERROL I
Salaries



Action Against |

Red Army

By DENIS MARTIN
BONN,

Britain has taken drastic action
against the six-man Red Army
Military Mission which since the
end of the war has been operating
in the British Zone of Germany,

From now onwards no_ Red
Army officer may cross the Rhine
in a westerly direction in any part
of the British Zone.

And German police in all cities,
towns and villages of the Lower
Rhineland and Ruhr are under
instructions to see that this order
is enforced.

The new British ban, the first
major restriction ever imposed on

Red Army mission, was trans-
mitted to the white-fronted, red-
roofed villa from which the Rus-
sians work in the Westphalian spa
of Bad Salzuflen

British Army and Royal Air
Force red-cap patrols were at once
posted on day and night duty on



all bridges crossing the Rhine.

Their orders were to inform any
Red Army officer of the new in-
struction and to escort him in a
proner manner back to the East-
ern bank

The area cut off from the Red
Army men includes large tracts
ef land now being developed as
the new headquarters of Britain’s

army of the Rhine and as modern
military airfields for Jet aircraft,

South Africa |
May Have

Karly Polls

JOHANNESBURG, Dec. 9.
Sources close to the Cabinet
aid that Government is consider-
ing an earlier general election

date because the anti-administra~
tion feeling is spreacddng to areas
formerly regarded as safe

Another factor was the belief
that Prime Minister Daniel Malan
has been asked by the Church
not to hold an election between
Good Friday, April 3 and Ascen-
ion Day, six weeks later.

Observers said that Government

growing steadily more unpopu-
lar and (his trend now is extend-
ing to rural districts previously
regarded as strongly behind the
Nationalists

Government decided to seek
general election when the nation’s
Court system avoided Malan's
law to segregate voters by race in
Cape Province and his Bill to
make a so-called High Court of
Parliament superior to the Courts.

U.P.

.B.1. Register

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authorised directory of the Fed-
eration of British Industries, the
largest and most influential asso-
ciation of British manufacturers,
and recognised as a standard
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served as a medium to help buy-



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by telling them where they can
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under more than 5,000 alphabeti-
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MANUFACTURES 952 25th edition
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Federation of Britist Industries, by
Kelly's Directories Limited and TMiiffe
and Sons Limited, Dorset House, Stam-
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Price 42 d. (post free Size 914" x

”. 822 page Bound full cloth

The British action follows Rus- |
sian restrictions on movements mn
Germany’s Soviet Zone of the}
British Military Mission stationed |
at Potsdam. This Mission has
worked for years under great dif- |
ficulties and there is evidence that |
the Red Army Commander in|
Chief, General Vassili Chuikov |
increasingly dislikes its activities. |

The British ban appears in fact
to be a normal retaliation on much
the same lines as the restrictions
recently placed on journeys in
Britain by members of the Soviet
Embassy in London.

There is no indication yet thal
the Americans propose to institute
a similar ban in the Southern
Rhineland, But the Russians have
recently been complaining about
the activities of the United States
Military Mission in Potsdam,

The Americans, however, are
known to be anxious about the
security of their large-scale mili-
tary developments west of the cen-
tral and southern Rhine, Ther,
even more than in the British
North, a large-scale construction
of airfields, depots, Radar net-
works and military roads has been
in progress for sometime, This
zone is in fact the Bastern end of
the huge U.&. military supply
line from Bordeaux and other
French ports,—LE..S,

No | Pu re
Race

LONDON.
There is no pure race, no supe-
rior race, and there are no absolute
and unchangeable race differences,

says a UNESCO pamphlet pub-
lished in London,
Based on the findings of three

anthropologists
one French)

(two American,
“What is a Race?”
hits hard at racial propagandists
with profuse, highly-coloured
charts and text in non-technical
language,

It attacks popular myths that
man descends from apes and that
“blood will tell.”

And it claims that mixed-race
marriages yield no more abnormal
children than non-mixed. Any
maladjustments of mixed marriage
progeny, it says, have social, not
biological reasons.

Both men and monkeys assert
the pamphlet, sprang from a com-
mon stock and are now at the end
of an evolutionary process from
which the monkeys and later apes,
branched off millions of years ago.

Pages of charts show that hered-
itary traits are not passed on by
blood but by minute particles
called “genes.” Skin colours are
affected by genes and some
scientists believe, the pamphlet
says, that the “white” race sprang
from a common dark origin
because of a sudden change in the
structure of genes,

The isolation of race groups,
the pamphlet states, is being
broken down by inter-marriage.

And it for@casts a step-up in
mixed marriages as transportation
becomes easier and cheaper, as
cultural and economic barriers
change and as prejudices decrease,

Of “superior cultures”, the
pamphlet points out that whether
present cultures will continue to
flourish will depend on such force
as politics and economics.

Science, it says, allows no bio-
logical or hereditary reasons for
supposing that because the White
civilisation is leading in technical
development, other races have
less aptitude for technical skill

“What is a Race?” is based on the
work of Professor L. C. Dunne
Columbia University, U.S.A., Pro-
fessor Otto Klinebera of the same
university and Professor Michel
Leiris of the Musee de l'homme,
Paris.—L.E.S,

Schacht Leaves

lor Daniascus

ROME, Dec, 9.

German’ Financial expert Hjal-
mar Schacht, left by air for Dam-
ascus following what he said waa
an official invitation from the
Syrian Government.

Schacht, who saw Pope Pius XIb
at the Vatican yesterday said he}
planned to return to Rome before
Christmas,—U.P.

NEW OFFICE SITE

The Office of the Parochial)
Treasurer of St, Joseph may be|
removed from Bathsheba to
Horse Hill in the near future

This step is being taken so that
the Parochial Treasurer would!
be in a more central position in
the parish.

















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BARBADOS eal ADVOCATE.

Lice Dac ame Ss ee BP
tinted Oy the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad J+, Bridgetown

Thursday, December 11, 1952

HiLE COUNTRY

THIS weekend a film unit is visiting
Barbados and will be shooting scenes for
display in the United States, The visit is
due to the enterprise of British West Indi-
an Airways and the hotels and publicity
committee of Barbados are co-operating to
make it successful.

Since tourism form$, after sugar, the
major Barbadian industry and is the only
industry which can be expanded to any
great extent here, any publicity
which gan be obtained freely. or
at the ea of private enterprise is to
be welcomed. But there is one important
point about Barbados which ought to be
brought forcibly to the attention of the
visiting film unit, The island suffers over-
much and has long suffered from a reputa-
tion of being flat and uninteresting sceni-
cally. This tradition is due largely to the
fa¢t that the hotel industry in Barbados
has been mainly ‘concentrated in the
Hastings district and the proprietors of
these hotels have always bvosted up the
superior attractions of Hastings as com-
pared to the rest of the island. Before the
introduction of the motor car and before
the ribbon development of Hastings this
claim was far more justified than it is
today. But the motor car and the remark-
able Barbadian roads which provide the
motorist with a total number of driving
miles as great as the distance between
Trinidad and back have made the beauty
of the hill country of Barbados accessible
to everyone.

None the less today there persists among
thousands of Barbadians the idea that Bar-
bados is a very flat island and many per- —
sons would find it difficult to describe the
Scotland district for the very good reason
that they have never visited it. Bathsheba
and Morgan Lewis remain the two major
attractions of the excursionists who always
travel along the best known routes,

“It is possible,’ wrote James Stark, a
visitor from Boston, in a History and
Guide published in 1903, “to spend consid-
erable time in the vicinity of Bridgetown

and to leave Barbadosunder the
impression that there is little or
nothing in the way of good country to be

seen. On entering the district of Scotland,
however, it is as if one had been suddenly
transferred to a different island. The coral
formation has disappeared the colour of
the soil is different and there are many
steep hills.”

Barbados canfot hope to compete with
Grenada, Dominica, St, Kitts or Montser-
rat for grandeur of scenery because the
majority of the island is of coral formation
but the island is fortunate in having in
the Scotland district as it unfolds itself
from the peaks of Mt. Hillaby, Bissex,
Chalky Mount or from the road running
between Canefield and Sturges, views that
can be compared with some of the finest
in the world, How often are these wonder-
ful views noticed by those who take films
of the island? How often has the lovely
Cove Bay been projected on the screens?
Can anyone remember having seen a film
showing the interior of Turner Hall
Woods, the magnificent avenue of trees
planted on Cherry Tree Hill, the lovely old
homes of Nicholas Abbey and Farley Hill?
Has it occurred to any one to film the in-
terior of St. George’s Church with its
painting by Benjamin West, and memori-
als sculpted by Westmacott and Nollek-
ens? The exterior of St. John’s Church
cannot escape notice because of the Pale-
ologus tomb which is easily remembered,
but has it ever occurred to anyone to shoot
pictures from the road leading down to
Bath and looking up to where the flag flies
over St. John’s Church perched on a sum-
mit?

Barbados, geologically speaking, is com-
posed of two islands but from a tourist
viewpoint the hilly island has greater
value because it offers greater contrasts
than the coastal strips, Even in St. Philip
the country looks more attractive looking
down from the District C Police Station
or from the top of Ragged Point Light-
house than it looks, say, between the Crane
Hotel and Sam Lord’s Castle.

The grounds of Sam Lord’s Castle are
so well kept that they deserve to be re-
corded on several feet of film but a four-
poster bed and a close up of the intricate
tracery of the ceiling inside would_be of
especial interest to visitors. Sandy Lane's
unspoilt beach with its glorious green
vegetation running down to the water's
edge and Gibb’s Beach surrounded by
oleanders and towering casuarinas ought
not to be forgotten nor should some of the
new elegant mansions of the “Gold Coast”
be overlooked; but Martins Bay and Bath
clothed with acres of casuarinas and nest-
ling under the towering cliff which reaches
almost to the sea will also charm those for
whom the film is intended. If a visitor
arrived in Speightstown and entered the
Seotland District via Cherry Tree Hill
without seeing any other part of the island,
he could spend considerable time there and
go away with the impression that the
island was full of steep hills, lovely scenery
and wild sea. It would be wrong for the
film unit to take films which gave only an
impression of this kind, but it would per-
haps be better than over-emphasising what
hundreds have done and show only the
flatness of the island.

The charm of Barbados is to be found in
the diversity of natufal scenery to be
found in so small an island,

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

NEWS FROM BRITAIN |

LONDON

Socialist rebe} leader, Nye Ky Vauhan Jones
Bevan, and his wild men seek to







cheapening of metals and other
commodities, householders at last
see a chance to ty out long-



make capital out of Britain's ready published their reports, delayed repair work to their
three per cent industrial produc- The majority agree that the houses.
tion fall over the last twelve work of the best firms in Britain Visitors to Britain from the wide

months. They lay the blame for is comparable with that of their
it on the Tory Party policy, But opposite number in the U.S.,
what is the truth? but that average British produc-

The Socialists were in power tion per man falls below that
during the easy money, post-war existing in America the need of an) up-bringing 'n
days, when Britain could readily Again, housewives and _ their sunny, healthy s@Proundings with
sell abroad goods that were even menfolk have had cheering items , lenty of eggs, butter and cream,
below the traditional ‘Made in of news ee fruit and vegetables and

open spaces abroad. often remark
that toe English people “look
smaller \ statute than they had
expected. And dietitians refer to



Britain’ standard. From November 30.the butter other good things

With money in abundance, ihe ration goes up from two to three However, the ‘average size cf
home market was able to absorb, Ounces weekly, and cheese from Britons has increased greatl ‘over
and at high prices too, all that One ounce to one and a half the centuries as roved by the
industry had to spare In fact ounces from January 25.; Ad= act that th feultaint our pre
the Socialists ‘never had it so mittedly the margarine ration, is ae ee ees

, : served in the Tower of London
good . being cut from six to four ounces, - [ aldaine. ae ;

The Tories now face a differ- but the housewife concerns her- See ce kae, ov
ent situation, and are dealing self rather with the butter ration. ” Hows cannes rt, ths s ihe asad
with it as well as can be x= Grocers have more canned and of the ae oe ‘Pritai has
pected. i dried fruit in their shops than Town aerate t halts ne ae oe

Overseas countries have im- for years past, and supplies of is tas re a Sana that
posed trade restrictions, while at rationed ham are increasing — at "t o coe os canasiy
the sathe time Germany and at lower prices than hitherto. ined vwOie te unet Cie fe ear
Japan. are. thrusting "their way Poultry is more readily available Cotte boot and” shoe industry
into. Britain’s traditional markets. too, and prices are falling. And * ¢ 2 nae
And, it must be admitted, both the government promise that they claim, anyhow. In terms of sizes,
Germans and Japanese are pre- will not give the shop windows hatters now have the greatest de-
pared to work longer hours for an. appearance of temporary â„¢#nd_ for size seven instead of
less money than the British plenty at Christmas time — and !2¢ Six-and-a-half. And shoe-
workers. Y then disappoint us by withdraw- makers, instead of finding that

To meet the new conditions, ing the good things in the New “izes four and five are in greatest
steps to establish Commonwealth Year demand, say that, women general-
trade on a more stable basis will Already the recent abolition of LY ae for sizes six, seven and
be taken at the forthcoming Lon- the tea ration has proved a joy @8ht.
don Commonwealth Conference; to the whole nation. ie It is suggested that the good,
this is expected to be followed by Instead of the expected rush on f00d and exercise which many
talks between the Common- the shops, houswives, who had al- girls head during the war in wo-
wealth and the U.S. ready accumulated small stocks, Men's service organizations may
; mceniinn, Britons have much have contented themselves with aoa contributed to the Big Foot
o cheer them. current needs. And prices, insteaq PUUG-Up.

Coal output continues to in- of rising, have aerate: fatten he While there were in 1947 only
crease, and recent steel produc- thing between one penny and six- tWenty-one bankruptcies in Scot-
tion figures show a rise to a rate pence a pound at tne big Mincing 1@nd, the figure has been rising
of seventeen million tons yearly. Lane sales, Reason is that grocers steadily since then, till this year
The number of unemployed is til} have plenty of te: -k, there -were one hundred and

' still have plenty of tea in stock,
about 400,000 — which although ang the big dealers who buy big tWenty-seven,
Beenevels larwe is tae much above supplies for the shops have been . Ardent Scotsmen claim that
sia TURE HP Oe ree hore, Keeping away from the market. =e Yatohnea’ i ie. the
s ’ By atone : been introduced from across the

Furthermore, the cost of living Cutting Prices horder by way of seeing too many
index has fallen over the last two And workers, especially those pritish films” and plays, reading
months, And there is every in- Who cycle to and from their fac- any at a

e : aa ? ~~ too many English books and maga-
dication that it will continue to tories, are glad to hear that Bri- cree z
A pinta htvcadt” oie : zines and too close contact with
fall unless the left-wing Sgcial- tain’s biggest cycle makers, Her- the spendthrift Sassenach!
ists, with theit agitation, success~ cules Cycle and Motor Company Britain has in the past ne
fully persuade the workers to ‘which turn out a million bicycles failed to fulfil i pledges t her
continue demanding higher wages yearly, are cutting prices of thirty friends when the r 7 © ner
without increasing their output. models. Further, that they are tacked by wo id ie ol at “3
For now only the people them- producing a utility model of cuerote. 't ae ee wor i _
selves can improve their stand- robust, light-weight design to sell the aveedee Brltnees ath s ees
ard of living. The Tory govern~ at £11 19s 6ds., which is about 49 soldierin ey is bier inc ined
ment can direct them, but even £2 less than last year’s cheapest yo. & any kind. As a
they cannot perform miracles for machine. ens of lack of volunteers for
them . Meantime, down on the stock- tive eerastlin tot thee ee
Another Appeal market, investors are lamenting was this week Riduted Rte oon
In this connection, Mr. R. A. the lower tea prices, for these to 309 faldiens Ta Pa oe

Butler, Chancellor of the Ex- Will be reflected in the earnings the reduction of tt salut ners
chequer is expected shortly to of the tea,companies, The peopte mitted strength = noe eee
launch another appeal to indus~ of Britain, though, are not worry- 90,700. ,000 to

try to increase efficiency and ing about shareholders’ dividends. ~ [, point of f
step-up output, He may refer to Investors are also lamenting the OF gact, there. are ‘at



the lessons learned by British slump in metal prices, not without Bone a about 22,000 men in
productivity. teams which have cause either, for metals are ex- 19 y00 yard units, and about
studied production methods in pected to fall still further as, one on reserve.

the U.S, Sixty-six of these teams after another, they are “freed” ao oat being issued with uni-
have toured America’s industrial from governmental bulk m and greatcoats — certainly

dealing. de ; ;
centres, and forty-two have al- But, as a consequence ae the aaa in view of frosty days
ae ; : ‘ ad. —LE.S,

Tshekedi Goes 0 eaten
Ssnenhedt : .
| es On A Mission
The Kalaha ri desert of London, London is accustomed to A. G
Bechuanaland is not a sandy parties of foreign newspapermen Perak, Malaya. It is
waste like the Sahara, Itis covered touring Britain but for the first too, for 4 civilian ian nara
; g é .

by a perennial mat of vegetation time the Foreign Office i
; Ps ; » are spon- Folice Medal,
that suggests moisture under- soring them on a visit to a ar chalgenan ete oe ee. eee



Rodgers, a planter in»

ground,-But surface water is lack- territory. The Europe: tied a district Planting
~~ ae tee ; . . : pean Press Association, earn i i
ing; the area is populated only by party—from Spain, Germany, out of his way os Fite eaineine

wandering bushmen and there are Italy, Belgium, Holla t assistance <« eae

no communications. It has but a aaa for ne eae citar linn teae A page
one possible use—cattle ranching. They will stay in the colony for seribed in the citation pe de-
This, if bore-holes were sunk, and about a fortnight, At the London terious.” In distinguishea eile
roads were made across this flat purty, they had their first intro. CVer. the past two years, M

country to join up with the rail- duction to people of the Golq Maxwell acted for nine months
way, might be profitable. The Coast—officials and others from #8 Commissioner of Police, He
natives are good stockmen, They the colony, The Colonial Office Gid @ particularly good job over
own nearly a million head and was represented by, among others the problerns arising from the
export 70,000 a year, mainly to the Head of the African Section’ seizure of the Communist tanker
Johannesburg. Interested in this Mr, Gorell Barnes, and the Yung Ho, Both men received
proposition is the Colonial De- Director of Information Bartites the personal congratulations “of
velopment Corporation which has Mr. George Y. Carstairs. Mr. J, w’ @ Secretary of State and of
already established a big stock Nicholls, Assistant Under-Secre- Sir George Abbiss, Assistant to
farm of jts own in the north east tary of State for Foreign Affairs the Inspector-General of Colonial
of the Protectorate. was host for the occasion *» Police.

To survey the possibilities of A former Prime Minister once pi tc, PUenos Aires recently de-
cattle ranching in the Kalahari a said “It is always necessary + monstrations, obviously organ-
mission is assembling in Bechu- tell the.truth; seldom necessary to ised, took place outside the Brit-
analand, Its composition is as in- tell the whole truth.” An articl -, Embassy in support of Argen-
teresting as the job itself, At the on ‘Profits in Malayan Tin’ in a fas fe claim to the Falkland Is-
head of it is Arthur Gaitskell, official publication of the Socialist mer 7 ie Falklands became a
brother of the former Chancellor Party follows this maxim. It licte 18t! ecock in the wars of the

Ba Cran | . It lists 18th century. rance
of the Exchequer, who so success- the British Companies mining tin Fritain Slehuance ee eaneS

fully managed the Gezira cotton in Malaya, with their profits : a Pas A

scheme in the Sudan, With him dividends for ee — ee ree eipultenebusiy about 1764,
are Brian Currie, a Kenya ranch~ ranged from 12% "percent. the Spanish, oh Piao even By.
er, and an American expert from to 100 per cent. There is to capitulate to the pd oh baw
Arizona, Also two~- natives of nothing wrong with the facts. but er of Spain, but Sortamed Get
Bechuanaland, Bathoen, the intel- readers are obviously invited to Claim to the islands nae ae
ligent Chief of the Bangwaketse, infer that shareholders in these tually were abandoned by ae
and Tshekedi*Khamaj late regent Companies are rolling in wealth, Argentina comes into the picture
of the Bamangwato and the uncle What the article omitted to in 1833 when, claiming succes-
of the ‘famous” Seretse, Tshekedi, mention was that for the six to Sion in title to ‘the King of Spain
banished by the Socialists for no eight years of war and post-war it Sent an expedition there. Brit-
fault of his own, ‘was allowed by reconstruction shareholders got no 2in forced it to withdraw and
Lord Salisbury to return home dividend at all. Between 1939 and Permanently occupied the islands
provided he abstained from 1952 the dividends of the 25 Com- thence-forward. Whatever claim
politics. Organiser of the expedi- panies averaged no more than S'8°mtina, may have had as the






tion-is Colonel van du Pest, who 13%, or 10% if the two or heir of Spain — id _ it

; eee we ? e r three . as was
visited Nyasaland for the Colonial most fortunate ones are omitted. shadowy enough — the effective
Development Corporation, and This is not an over-generous re occupation and administration of

whose account of his travels was turn seeing that assets are wast. the colony by Britain for over a
one of the books of the year. ing and ae inine Ree Saetece cect nave gives her indisput-
Whatever the expedition may do, is Subject to high risks, 7 on teal ee eeaoyttie the Ar-
it. should provide him w ath Two Far East men on leave here demotatvations —— eae
material for another ‘best seller’. took part last month inan unusual They refuse. to Rites eae

It will also ensure Tshekedi’s ceremony at the C ; F
absence from his tribe when they the presentation “vemeee Office land stamps and surcharge them;

; als, The depie j , .
bea a new chief to succeed ree of State, Mr. Oliver ide demas as if aks cans
Seretse, ttelton, there presented the of "3
Six Continental newspapermen Queen's Police Medal to Hong chetstio' by ate wie " of he ld ae Gt
on their way to study the Gold Kong’s Deputy Commissioner of Falklands pass or Bs pi =
Coast scene were the principal Police, Mr. A. C. Maxwell, and gestures, onto ia ee
guests at a unique reception in the Colonial Police Medal to Mr. assuaged —L.E.S cc foe

Designer Makes it
The Pilot

LONDON. starting up and setting instru- oxygen a Gq
How tall is the average fighterments. For example, he will make ee ond ee Ach
pilot, how strong is his grip, how it impossible for the engines to be manoeuvres far more aan Pie -
jong are his legs, what is hisstarted if some of the controls are the human fran . Siena
favourite colour, how far can heincorrectly set. And because the unaided Finally, “th YS Arels
see, how fast can he think? These pilot is strapped in firmly, nis have 6 be light a6 hi 7 a re
are just some of the questionsinstruments must tell him every- strength in manoe r a eo
which an aircraft designer and thing that is happening in his be wasted Ce ne wal ee
his team may have to consider machine. c ae
almost before they put percil to
paper on the drawing board.





Easy hor:

Again he has to be protected
} from battle damage by careful
be Can 3 :
a hes ag - position of placing of armour plate and items
" ‘Controls so that the pilot, like guns, fuel tanks and engines.
eee es climbing and And, perhaps mos: important of
: ng in formation does all, he must be able to see clearly
not lose his leader because he is jn all directions,- F
distracted through having to regu-
jate his pressurization and so on. Cormbat in the jet age may in-
It must be done for him. All these \olve closing speeds of 1,400 mph
gadgets cost in weight, and the and cover miles of sky. Once a
A combat pilot's job breaks designer must decide how much fight begins, there is seldom any
down into three phases—he must ¢@n be left to the pilot without one person who can report seeing
take off and get the aircraft into reducing his operational efficiency, all or most of it. It takes place
the combat area as quickly as ; against the dark background of
possible; he must fight with his At height, still more essential the stratosphere and the pilot’s
plane, and he must if possible, gadgets have to be installed to chances of survival, let alone vic-
bring it back intact. make the pilot comfortable, and tory, depend on seeing the enemy
therefore an efficient fighter. He in time. Any wires or instruments
How far can the designer help must not be baked or frozen, The which obscure the line of sight
the pilot in this three-fold job? air pressure must be right bec > must be eliminated. So, for one
First, he simplifies as far as pos- rapid changes in pre 2use thing, the gun sight is retractable
sible the process of strapping in ise fatigue, He must have ‘ z cok dS.

For the climb, the designer also

But design work on the modern
fighter plane involves more than
these questions. It means that de-
signers have actually to think out
the pilot’s job for him in advance
so that man plus machine add up
to theamost efficient possible fight-
ing weapon,







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Pius XII has an almost super-human
capacity for work. Except for his quick
and frugal meals, which he takes alone, and
an hour’s walk every afternoon, he works
from six in the morning to 1 a.m. the next. $j

But even sc, if he wants to do all he has
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He has told Sister Pasqualina to make him
stick to his self-appointed routine. And
she does it with German efficiency.

Several times a cardinal or some other
important visitor has had his conversation
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lina, |

She will say very firmly that it is lunch-
time, dinner-time, or whatever else is on the
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‘apartment in order, prepares and serves an

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gives him his medicines.

She has dictatorial powers over the rest
of the domestic staff. She is brusque, quick-
tempered, and despite her 65 years she never
seems to get tired.

Many wonder how these three nuns have
been chosen. The explanation is that there
is in Menzingen, near Basle, Switzerland, a
Francisean order of the Sister Teachers of
the Holy Cross.

Very few live in the Menzingen convent.
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ABOUT 40 years ago a young nun from
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Ebersbach, Bavaria, was sent to do domestic
work at the Benedictine Abbey of Einsied-
len in the Swiss mountains.

Don Eugenio Pacelli (now Pope Pius XII),
then a minor official in the Vatican State
Secretariat, who had a weak chest, went
every year during the Easter holidays to
Einsiedlen for a period of rest and cure.

There he met Sister Pasqualina.

She made him keep to a regular diet and
mode of life which gave him new strength.

In 1917, when he was appointed Apostolic
Nuncio to Munich, Sister Pasqualina became
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Besides the housekeeping, she also does
some office work. She types the Pope’s
private letters and deals with his secret
charities.

Quite a few old, impoverished Roman
aristocrats, who were left with only the}
pride not to ask anything of anyone, nave
received an unexpected visit from Sister
Pasqualina bringing them money sent by
the Pope. . ,

Nobody has ever succeeded in taking her
photograph, no journalist has eyer managed
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Almond Crisps

Sheriff's Fruit

Puddings 58¢. per tin















DAILY MASS

SISTER PASQUALINA acts unwittingly
as a barometer of the Pope’s state of health.
When he is well, he gets up every morning
at six and after a cold shower celebrates
Mass in his private chapel. Only Sister
Pasqualina attends the Mass.

When the Pope is ill and must stay in bed,
Sister Pasqualina goes down to St. Peter's

and an early Mass celebrated by Monsignor
Fioretti.

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Picnic Hams
Hams in tins
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From J, & R Bakery
Iceq Fruit Cakes
$4.00 each
Plum Puddings
$2.00 each

Thus, in the Vatican jargon, to say that
“Pasqualina was at Fioretti’s Mass”, is the
equivalent of saying: “The Pope is in bed
with a cold.”

Sister Pasqualina is attending -Mass
again. And again she is reminding the Pope
to take his medicine; is seeing that the white
cuffs he so often stains with ink are changed
regularly.

| And the Vatican “barometer” is working
‘again. —L.E.S,





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Cherry Brandy
Gold Braid Rum
3 Years Old

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THURSDAY, DECEMBE



ot. Joseph Round-up

Boys’ & Girls’
Clubs Exhibit
Handicrafts

1
,, Memb Ps of the Cleavers Hil)
Boys and toe Cleavers Hil] Girls’
clubs have t exhibits to this
3 Agricultural and
Exhibition. The boys
are a hat rack ¢ wi
waiters and the girls ia pa
two baskets, some dresses and a
palr of children’s booties The
Doys were building a larder, but
it w ‘S not completed in time
The Boys Club started in June
last year with 113 members, but
sine then the number has been
feduced to 65. The Girls’ Club
has 20 members. The majority of
the boys « are ee boys of St
Eliza ‘beth Village school The fee
aaa pay hip is eight cents per
The boys learn irpentry,
shoemaking and t wiloting from
imstructors in these trade and
the prefect of the Club, Joseph
Arthur, aid that next y ear
they expe jan

















4 ex} ° art rthand,
English srammar and vocal. music
classes

They grow vegetal les and have

prepared



hen gardens.
and cabbage have



S, lettuce
been planted.

Besides these activities the
boys play * cricket, draughts,



dominoes and tennis, mostly
curing the evenings. The club
is present playing a_ cricket



agai the Speightstown
Bo Club,

The clubs are or; ganising a
social cantata at the Bathsheba
Social Centre on December 4

The Boys Club is divided into
three sections and there are
regular inte ection competitions
in games, work, attendance, sub-
scriptions and cleanliness.

Recently the boys decided to
wear badges with the initials
C.B.C.—Cleavers Boys Club and
the girls have made some pretty
badges of red letters on a white
background.

SELF HELP HOUSING





St. Joseph and St. John labour-
ers think the idea of introducing
self-help housing is a good one.
Those interviewed by the Advo-
Said that they would re.dilv
co-operate in such a scheme but
tney would like to hear more de-
tails of it.

The Manager-Secretary of the
Housing Board told a reporter
that the Board will soon consider
plans for self-help housing. He
said that Government would
supply the cost of building
materials and those who expect
to benefit from the scheme would
have to assist each other ‘in
building their homes. In _ this
way the actual cost of building
would not be paid in money by
the individual who gets a house,



saveurers interviewed, how
ever, expressed doubts as to their
ability to build houses. They won.
der whether the scheme would not
be more helpful to carpenters,
masons, etc,, than to them.

A Housing’ official has said that



R 11, 1952

PRIZE WINNERS



AT LEFT is a goat which got a first prize for the best Milch Goat on show.

H. Taitt of Bank Hall.
AT ae is a bull belon
tion 3

St. Giles. Boys’



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



This goat belongs to

ging to Bulkeley’s Dairy which got first prize in Division 1, Class 7, sec-

School

Hold Speech, Prize Day

The annual Speech and Prize-Giving Day of the St.
Giles Boys’ School took place at that School yesterday be-

fore a capacity audience. Guest speaker was the Hon. F.C.

Hutson, M.L.C., who also presented the prizes.

In his report Mr, C. W. Cum-
berbatch, headmaster of the After expressing his gratitude
choc told the large audience tO those firms and individuals
that the object of a school in a WhO gave prizes, Mr. Cumber-
district was to influence the lives batch then extended the season's
of the youth living there and he Sreetings to the gathering,
felt that a district is largely Hon, F. C. Hutson thea spoke,
What its teachers make it. Vocational Training
‘School life must discipline the He stressed the importance of
minds of youth and when that is the vocational training classes
done it becomes much easier for



tion.” “The | result of this in- son said that they went hand in
struction” continued Mr. Cum- hand with industrialisation which
berbatch “must be reflected not when combined had a_ useful
only in the work which the child part to play in the life of a com-
does but also the way in which munity.

it is done and these are the “Education” he said “is intend- Havre.

things which prove a lasting ed to train children to be good

benefit to the child in his after- citizens and this entailed certain The liner was due to call here
school life,” duties — firstly to one’s self, to during the latter part of last month

Referring to the work of the one’s neighbour and finally to
school the headmaster said that the community in which one

the general all-round work had lived.” He exhorted the pupils during a gale,
maintained its high standard and to have confidence in their ability De Grasse are Messrs. R. M. Jones

ona

morniu



and the establishment of a school J-
the child, each in his way, to canteen. I

imbibe the instructions given in Referring to the vocational other 11 are intransit. The vevsel
School as a means to his educa- training classes, Hon. F. C. Hut- is consigned to Da Costa & Co. Ltd.

CoM

Foodstuffs

The Norwegian steamship Cor-
arrived in port yesterday



from Montreal with

Rasmussen. also brought 14
yacsengers. Three landed, the

G AT DAWN




but was held up for repairs. Ti
ship ran aground off Le Havre
Local agents for the

this was proved by the results in and to play their part in the & Co, Ltd.

competitive examinations held by building of a good community,

various examining bodies. The He concluded by telling the LOADING LARD, RUM

school had obtained three out of pupils to see to it that they did
five exhibitions for the Junior nothing to lower the quality of
First Grade exhibitions to Har- the people of Barbados which
rison College, seven Second was enjoying a good reputation
Grade Exhibitions to Comber- in other places

mere School and six St. Michael’s Mr. J. O. Morris then moved a
Vestry Scholarships to Comber- vote of thanks to Hon, Hutson
mere School. One boy obtained who afterwards officially opened

Modern High School,



Mr. Cumberbatch then offered

; , ‘onsi > Sc or Owners’
2 consigned to the Schooner (
his coneratulations to the old Steps Against sociati

which

lard,
Lucia.

The motor vessel Daerwood
arrived in port on Tuesday
with a mixed cargo for the island
was yesterday loading a cargo of
rum and biscuits for St.

Under Captain J. C. Neilsen, the
an Enabling Scholarship to the the new canteen, Daerwood was one of two moto
vessels which arrived on Tuesday
Congratulations from St. Lucia, The Daerwood j

Association.

boys of the school who had

secured honours recently — Rev. Foot And Mouth

Harold Tudor taking degree of

Master of Theology and Mr. Disease Discussed another

terday.

Grantley Adams who had re-

ceived the award of €,M,G. (From Our Own Correspondent)
With regards to the new can-

there will be a type of house tee? Which was officially opened PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec, 10.



which men other than carpenters,
mésons, etc., may assist in build-



Cumberbatch said that self sac- afternoon by the Veterinary Com-
ing. The labourer said that rifices of members of the staff Mittee of the British Caribbean

by the Hon. F. C. Hutson, Mr. A Press release issued this

they would like to hear more Mad made it possible to start a Advisory is ae - Ee
about this type of house canteen catering to the needs of animal 1ealt a and iusbandry,
: C the pupils of the school. forestry and fisheries states that

ANNUAL DOLE

Joseph Parish Church have been
informed that the poor ‘will get

their annual Christmas dole on operation. Mention was made of

Christmas eve, Thosé who will re-

ceive a dole first have to get a char
ticket from the Rector. el

CHRISTMAS MUSIC



Mr. J. M. McCarty, or ganist
of the Parish Churek will give a
recital of Christmas music in aid

= the Choir fund on December

RAIN WELCOMED

Planters of St, John and St.
Joseph are “all smiles” because
or the rains which fell in those
districts during the past few
weeks. Mr, L. H. Branch, man-
ager of Claybury Plantation, St.
John, said that since the rain he
thinks that his district will get
an average crop.

Up to a few weeks ago, planters
thought that the crop would be
much below the average but Mr,
Branch said that the first week
after the heavy rain, the canes
recovered well. He said that if
the rain continues until the crop
is to be reaped, his district
So

.



We have in stock a large
Tree Decorations, Tins Fancy
Chocolates and Toffees.

AYLMERS SWEET MIXED P
SWEET MIXED

: SWEET RELISH
HUNTS CHILI SAUCE—f
HELLMANS FRENCH DR
AYL APPLE JUICE
AYLI










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V-8 VEGETABLE COCKTAIL
NUT ROLLS





ITS per 16 :
PEEL—per pkt




HERRIES—per pkt
) ALMONDS—per







— staff, 15 of whom have 10 or
The congregation of the St. more than 10 years’ experience.
The smooth running of the









SING—per bottle

=RS APPLE SAUCE—Large 50¢; ...............small
ROBERTSONS MINCE MEAT=per jar

per bar 15c; pe
SLICED HAM—per







There are 21 members on. thé

break of foot and mouth disease
in Martinique in relation to the
Caribbean area as a whole and
the British Caribbean area in par-
ticular,

According to the release of the
ommittee Which started sittings
towards the end of last week,
measures were considered for
avoiding the spread of the disease
from Martinique as well as those
to be carried out in the event of

school was due to their co-

those members of the staff in
e of tae vocational training ¢
sses which were doing satis-
factory work. The number of
pupils on the roll was 921,



he said that by the end of next Caribbean area,

finished

The schooner Ww. ia
vessel loading cargo yes-
This cargo was molasses.
sugar and rum ‘which is being
shipped to Dominica.

today.

the main discussion centred on the convened the conference
potential menace of the recent out- the outbreak of the disease. Th
Committee considered the estab-
an animal quarantine
centre for the British Caribbean.

lishment of

Meanwhile

mouth disez

MOLASSES, SUGAR

The schooner is expected to ©°a:i
Local agents are Schooner
Owners Association.



Development and Welfare who
following





will not be reaped until January. forwarded to the Comptroller for Antigua were present,

CONVICTIONS

During Alin months January to
July this year, 46 people were
convicted at District “F” Police
Court for -offences such as
1ulting and beating, bodily
harm and wounding. Cases
brought against 119 others who
were charged with similar |
offences were dismissed.

During the same period there |
were _nine convictions for prae-
dial Tarceny, eight for trespassing
and larceny, and 81 breaches of
laws under the Highways and
Health Acts, etc.



Cook’s Measures ... .99

Sandwich tins 8” .. .30



Sandwich tins 9” ... 37

assortment of Crackers, Xmas
Biscuits, Tins and Boxes of



Each at os & $4.86



Bread Bins ...... $3.97
ICKLES. -I6 jar $ 91 *
PICKLE ee sae 46 Checkerboard tins .71
-3-0z Jar...... 38
bottle. 51

Kitchen Racks ... $1.76

7 ee Sponge Frames 8” .90

JUICE—per tin.
r box
tb



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aiid lec









Icing Sets .. 2.14 & 4.89

Potato Ricers ..... 1.22
Three Tier Cake
REOR. cei+ eee F |

Tea, Coffee, Sugar and

Rice Canisters .. 3.23
Yorkshire Drip tins,
10” eS PR a ee 5

Oblong Bake tins
size 10” x 8” .... 1.05

Eclair tins, 8 holes .73



CAVE
SHEPHERD

& CO... LTD.
10, 11, 12 & i3 Broad Street

Corona Brings

cargo of general foodstuff
r the colony
The ship which is under Captain

e French liner De Grasse is
expected to arrive at Barbados
at daybreak this morning from Le

Eunicia wa‘

the Trinidad Depart-
ment of Agriculture of which
Barbados-born Holman Williams
Director, has recommended to
Government additional steps which
should be taken at once as a re-
of the outbreak of foot and
se in the area. The
should make an average crop. an outbreak in any of the indi- conference was attended by cont

Speaking of ground provisions vidual territories of the British gates from Barbados, Gren ida
Jamaica the Leeward Islands, St
week he believed he will have A full report of the proceedings Lucia, St. Vincent and Trinidad.
reaping potatoes. Yams has been prepared and will be Observers from Trinidad and

Make Sure Youre We
PREPARED





Jostling Crowds

Pa trol

from page
Southborough Boys’ and Hil
Boy won the most prizes in
el *
SUGAR AND MOL. ASSES
These exhibits
merous tha
and Sandy Lane won the prize
yellow grocery sugar, Warrens
prize for clean Straw Crystal
Andrews carried off the one
Dark Crystals
The Belle Plantation won
efor Fancy Molasses and
“liff carried off the prize
‘cial Faney Molasses,
exhibits of syrup were
as many as’ those last year
the quality was satisfactory

KUM AND FALERNUM















aby inere was a large number of

1e previous ye

‘fox Messrs. J. & R. Bakeries were

PAGE FIVE





The Park

FOOD AND DAIRY PRODUCTS

exhibits in this class which at-
tracted the attention of the ladies

1¢ number and quality com-

1 parea favourably with last year’s
a exhitits }
foi Purity Bakery and J. & R. Bak-
nes carried off the Prizes for







awarded first prizes for Plai:
Pread, Plain Sweet and whole

th heat bread, while the honour
for nt to the Purity Bakery for
iehine bread and butter bread.

not Messr ', & R, Bakeries also
but Won the first prize for mixed
cakes. Prize for the best Christ-

s Cake went to Mrs. F, E. Wil-



Sey ete et iy

Apply ‘Cetaviex’ Cream to the affectec
area when changing the napkin. Tt

action of ‘Cetaviex’ will be four

An a sa ee









liams!
hese exhibits were greater Me George Turney of Swan hing and healin
number than those of the previous Street, won the first prize for his both soothing mie ‘ ;
yea They comprised single 1d oxhiFit of a 1 Ib. frame of honey, ‘ ’
double distilled rum, Coloured and while Mr. David G'ttens of Wor- use ‘Cetavilex’ ror wounps. cuts
oured and ‘also single and +h} won the prize for bottled
ind dist LNG ust ae Mr. C. D. Marshall won in 6 .
ed, matured, blended ea ‘ xhibits of shallow framed «
ver} > display. honey Cz € a ke
I West 1 Rum Re: ‘ s Mrs. A. Campbell of Rugby, St
and Mestrs. John D. Taylor & Thomas, was the most successful
Son won the most prizes in this ex tor of Dairy products, |
cla while the Pr for F nning first and second prizes Antiseptic and non-irritani
num were awarded to M cor her exhibits of butter and eggs
Stuart and Sampson Ltd, and She was also awarded the Silver | Sole Agents and Distributor
Messrs John D. Taylor and Soo Challenge Cup for butter, | “ 55) 1TH
CATT Lt PRESERVED FRUITS AND | A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS) LTT so
The animais um the Govern- JELLIES. BRIDGETOWN Nc i‘
Central Liveswck Farm These exhibits were more than A product of Gomer armor i
were all in fine condit.on and a Usual and quite up to standard, | WMPERIAL CHEMICAL (PHARMACEUTICALS) LIMITED es }
seeable feature was the high ‘ut those of butter, starch and @ subsidiary compeny of Imperial Chemical Indus: enna i
ity of u e progeny of tae pure four were not so good. There was i
a hea bal 3 iced cake exhibited in this ST .
roe ae class but not for competition, It |-—7———- :
» sect showing animal s : °
: In nie Pi ales l imsemina- was sent in by Miss F. de Gazon
tion, it was evident that their © na Street and it repre- 4 ist
tio é sente 2 Cc r SO ff fi
high standard pointed the way to ; — = . sae eee . abd oul ave iscot th 4
er ee ‘ i in Ob which are used at the Corona- .
a new avenue of stock breeding In tion of British monarchs
Barbados where outside the Gov- The ‘moat Aah . te
ernment Agricultural Stations and . Gives prizes in this section
ier teete dale aan ce te Ais oe woe by Miss Iris Jordan of a er Ga in °
the larg iairy Ss, ro -ush Hall and Mrs ry , i e ine
most impossible for peasant OWN= Tons Hill d Mrs. Henry of My ' & 8 «8 then it’s more than
ers to rear pure bred sires of any POULTRY that the acid balance of your stomach is upset. Over acidity ¢
righ standard. There were 3R7 ey : e ‘ ;
high : There were 387 entries in this heartburn, flatulence, and indigestion. Put things right as quick as y:
Pure bred stock of private ex- section, This was a near record
hibitors wece limited in number, total, ef can with * Dolsa’. Dolsa swiftly reaches all the surfaces of the stomach
and there were oly two first class Responsible for the improve- bakit anal aa Bi att
exnit its. One of them was a dairy ments in the exhibits of this sec- wall with its gentle, neutralizing action.
bull of over two years and under ion has been the recent importa-

four owned by Mr. John Challen ion of breeding stock and alr |

or, of Clairmonte Dairy, for which ail chicks. \ Dolsa Recommended for

a ist prize was awarded, and

other a bull of under two years (e increased interest of the small} RESTORES DIGESTION Dyspepsia
exhibited by Mr. H. A. Dowding, farmer, Some, of the exhibits pen- Dolsa is made up in correctly Heartburn

who was awarded a Ist prize
this exhibit,







the Another contributing factor was Indigestion

for red by these farmers were of al balanced, individually packed Flatulence, ete.

; : doses—each sufficient for a single
urprisingly high standard dose, This avoids abrupt over al




. cf » section there In the Game Class the exhibits | kalization, a frequent source of eet
Over in the Cattle section t + were far above th > st jard | further discomfort, sinee the di segs a? :
were several empty stalls, indica- ‘ i ve le standard o gestion is impuired if the neces: x \sa
tive o° the reduction in the num- :Ast year, sary acid juices easential in the Do
: ube ry > cockerel oe > digestive process are eliminated 4 B
ber of exhibits compared with A gare cockerel exhibited by Dolsa is always gertle, settling
last year and the year before. The Mr. F. W. Alleyne, which brought and soothing in its action, seda
xhibits were ne »x- lirst prize was one 7 , s tive and mildly astringent, One
exhibit were generally poor ex sae t : : of the be st dose after meals is usually suffic
cept for one or two exceptions, * mn in many years Mr. 8. G ient; repeat the dose later i dis-
the kest We a heifer oles game cock also took a first comfort is still felt, But whenever
} of which we rise pain persists, see your doctor 15 MEASURED DOSES IN EACH PACK
exhibited by Dayrell’s Dairy and Plz
vhich was awarded a first prize In the Spangled Pullet Class dgents: T. 8, GARRAWAY & CO., Bridgetown "

GOATS AND SHEEP.

In the section for goats

sheep, there were some fine spec!~ In this section there were 379 |
ens, although the exhibits were ©Xhibits. This was also a near re-|

m
te in number, The sheep on



eeceasion showed a marked

provement in quality and M1



five prizes were awarded. They |
were all won by Mr. F. Ramsay |
and PIGEONS.





tais Cord number,

= 9 Seen a : . a. The outstanding feature in the | °
cee 7 ' } K. “eclion was the vast improvement | 2 Come U
D. Webster of Harrison’s Planta- !" the standard of utility birds.

tion, St. Lucy, carried off the
prize and Silver Challenge

In the goats section, Mr, Eus-

first These improvements again being

Cup attributed to the importation of

Faney Section also showed |

tace Gibbs of Rockley New Road, vast Improvements for the ame |

was awarded the Ist prize, Special "eason Chocolates

Prize and Challenge Cup for

best registered doe kid with
broad teeth, and the first prize mitted in the

and Challenge Cup for the
registered locally bred buck



der one year

SWINE,

The exhibits in tne Swine §
tion were good, although few
number. A tine Barrow owned by 4
mr, E. C. Bethell of Friend The
ship took Ist prize, while Mr.

»w and a litter of ten pigs

A “boar exhibited by Mr, Aus-' yy

tin Layne of Britton’s Hill
certainly a lovely specimen
1s awarded first prize for

under four.

Boxes of Cockie
Cutters ....:--. 1.82

Round Cake Boxes 1,36

Cake Ais cc, ss Bd
Swiss Roll tins .... 36

Scallop Sandwich

di Be haa eee
Pic. Frames 9” .,.. 95
Jaffle Toasters .... 4.38

Check Caks Sets
7” & 9" .. B8e, & $1.19

Icing Tables oo i ae

Three bottom

Sieves ...... 1.53



for the best ram with no teeth ee reeding stock, Presentation Boxes of |





























the ARTS
no Ninety-five entries ere b-
hast ; ; Pic tevat Photography e
a section whict was divided 0 e
un- tf oe classe "Kae | Cadbury Chocolates ............... $1.50 8.50
made to show all exhibits. ou
oa only 50 were oe Soe ' ' Fry Chocolates 5 6 Sees eb oh obs. Bees 1.32 — 10.00
Ber n the Portrait Class fir anc e pe
in third prizes went o Mr. Ri Rowntraes Chocolates .............555 1.32 — 10,0 i
Daniel. Mr, Stanley Tempro was Z » .
second. MOIRS Happiness, Luxury, Pot of Gold
O- wn Khas” te Ae yaar” wai : eae Tata °S 3.60 Ub. }
Hill won the first prize with @ Which, ne first eieg acscnpe Special offer: MARASCHINO CHERRIES 3.60 Ib. box
“eT are ape and Seas scape” section |
was a local scene taken some- e
and |’ , vhere along the road to the Crane |
; ny Bnet , Second prize went to Lt, Col. J ’
tet an gore Melee Gare eet] §6=6— «KNIGHT'S LTD. __ |
best animal of over two years and|Rk.C, Cathedral on Fifth Avie
@ On Page 6. eee |
inant ain sale OANM SSS
’ — Broad St. |
Tels 3142 & 2364 |
WE SPECIALISE IN GLASSWARE
AND CARRY A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
KITCHEN AND TABLE REQUISITES
including
CLEAR POLISHED TUMBLERS—C.T, TO 1 PINT
BOWLS CREAM JUGS | SUGAR BASINS
CAKE PLATES NAPPIES SWEET DISHES
COASTERS SHERBETS WATER BOTTLES
| JARS—% AND 1 GALL—WITH METAL SCREW-ON COVER
|
| And Lots of Other Useful Items,—Plain and Decorated
In Fine Swedish Glass We Have
CHAMPAGNES, PORTS, SHERRIES, CLARETS, LIQUERS
| COCKTAILS AND % PINT TUMBLERS
These are All Available in Plain or Etched-Greek Key Patt
Our Stocks also include a comprehensive Assortment of
| “PYREX” and “PHOENIX” HEAT-PROOF OVEN GLASSWARE
CUSTARD CUPS, CASSEROLES, PIE PLATES, SOUP PLATES,
UTILITY DISHES Ete,
This is a Busy Period Particulary for Housewives—There
is so much to be done. Furthermore with all the extra
Seasonal Expense it is Vitally Necessary to Buy to the Best
Advantage—May We Therefore Remind You that
YOU WILL SAVE BOTH TIME AND MONEY
HRY SHOPPING AT
,
HARRISON — Broad St
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PAGE SIX



BARBADOS ADVOCATE







THURSDAY,



DECEMBER 11,

1952

Exhibits As Good As Last Year’s Dog Show Well Attended -

- Champion Dog of the show wa
? GENTLEMAN SaM Mrs. C. G. Manning's Cocker

@ From Page 5

New York. The photo wi
from the R.C.A, building

taken





Mr, Hughes gained third prize
with a local seascape

In the Any Other Variety
(A.O.V.) Division first prize went
to Mr. Hughes who exhibited a
photo of a hibiscus flower. Second
and third places went to Mr, Gerry



Lomer.

Peter Wallbridge’s exhibits in
the water colour section were out-
standing. He won a first prize and
a special prize.

Patterns by children
inal .and .the .colouring
remely good.

ere orig-
was ex-

The work of St. Martin’s Boys’
School in the seniors, and St.

Lawrence Boys’ in the juniors,
were outstanding and took first
prizes.

Mr. Karl Broodhagen’s exhibits
of sculpturing were missed this
year, Mr. Broodhagen is at present
out of the island.

Oil paintings were much _ better
than last year. Mr. Therold
Barnes submitted an excellent ex-
hibit which took first prize.



Portraits in oil were very poor
Two were unfinished. The flowe1
and still life section showed im-

provement but many exhibitors
did not realise the meanings of
“abstract” and “any medium.’

Because of this they entered the.r
exhibits in the wrong classe

HORTICULTURE
In this section the standard of

exhibits was very high, Two rare
specimens—a Calanthe exhibited

by Sir Edward Cunard and a
Vanda orchid exhibited by Mis
Dorothy Worme—attracted much

attention, Calanthes are popular in
Jamaica but are rarely grown here.

Dr. A. L. Goddard’s Dendro-
bium Ceylon .Glory — Dendro-
bium Aureum and Mr, L. H.
Nicholls’ Bali were outstanding

and each. obtained first prizes.

The Dendrobium Phalaenopsis
Schroed@rianums were very good.
First prize in this section went 16
Mr. D. E. W. Gittens.

Mrs. F. A. Hunte’s Dendrobium
Stratioties also brought first prize.
This exhibit was well grown with
six flower spikes.

Madame Ifill’s Oucidiumus Am-
plicatums were beautiful and
gained first and second prizes.

Phalaenopsis Hybrids sent in by
Miss Olive Da Rocha were certain-
ly a beautiful sight and
awarded first prize

were

The cut flowers were quite up
to their usual standard,

FURNITURE
In the furniture cection there
were fewer exhibits than there

were last year,
was of a fairly

but workmanship
high standard



THIS HEIFER exhibited by the Dayrells Dairy Farm won a
prize at the Exhibition yesterday in Queen's Park.

Lione] Danie) of Culloden Road
was awarded first prize and
special prize of $10.00 for 4
wardrobe which was adjudged the
best polished piece of furniture.

George Harris also won a first
prize for a Dressing table,





However the most noteworthy
exhibit in this section was a Cat
asta tray made by Alphonéa Hol-

der, a blind man of Goodlanc

Housing Scheme.

NEEDLE CRAFT

In the needle craft section thec«
were quite a number of exhibit
and these attracted a good del
of attention from the ladie

mney were genevally of gool
standard. Miss Lucy Armstrong
carried off the First Prize for %
hand embroidered quilt. Mrs. K.
Martineau also won a First Prize
for a pique embroidered exhibit

BOOKS

An interesting feature of the
Exhibition was the display af
books by the Publie Library. This
display was in the Queen’s Park
House (ground floor), and its ai-
tractive layout was a tribute to
the staff of the Library.

It was a welcome revival of an
idea started in 1949 by Mr. D. A.
Wiles, the then Public Librarian,
and is part of the campaign to get
the public interested in reading

The small booth depicted a book
jtanding on edge and about haif
way open, Through the open door-
way, could be seen a fireplac«
with glowing’ embers in front
of which there was a table on
which a number of magazine
were displayed

Posters showing the various
types of books, and a few books
which will go into circulation at
the Library, were also used.

‘ PRIZE

“HAND BOUQUETS
SECTION 1—FLORAL BOUQUET
lst—Miss K, Hollinsed, 2nd—M
Sisnett
“BRIDAL BOUQUFT
SECTION 2
lst—-Alfred Castro, 2nd—-Mr J
Chandler
SHEAP BOUQUET
SECTION 3%
Ist+Mi E Shepherd 2nd—A
Castro


















LIST

















firs











ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
VEGETABLES



CLASS
Artichokes—3 Ib 1 Southborc
2nd~-Southboro’ Boy
s--6 or Ist—St. Clements’ Boys
2re St. Clement Bo)
Caulifiowers—3 only—Ist—Ho Inno-
ents’ Boys; 23nd-—St. Lukes Boys





Carrots longi—6 only—Iist—Hillaby
Sche 2nd—Southboro’s Boys’
»ts (Stump rooted)—6 only—Ist
School; 2nd—Southboro’ Boys’
3 ibe Ist--St Luke's Boys’;
Luke's Boys
Eschalot (Green)—3 Ibs.--Ist. South-
boro’ Boy 2nd--St, Clements’ Boys’
Eschalot (Dry 3 ib ist—St. Luke's
Girl 2nd--Southboro’ Boy

Ginger Yellow (Fresh)—2 |b Ist

Southbero’ Boys 2nd—Seuthbore’ Boys’
Rabi—6 only—Ist—St Luke's
2nd—Holy Innocent’s Boys



” 4 only—ist—Holy
Boys’, 2nd—Holy Innocent’s Boys’.
Lettuces (Mignonette)—6 only—jst—
Southboro’ Boys’; 2nd—Southboro’ Boys’
Lettuces (A.O.V. not purple}=6 only

Innocent's

lst—Southboro Boys’; 2nd—South-
bore’ Boys
Radishes—24 only lst—Southboro’
Re, 2nd—Southboro’ Boys
Turnips—6 oniy—ist—Hillaby School;
and—Hillaby School
CLASS 5

Beans Bush—2 Ibs ist 2nd—Hilla-
by School





Beans String—2 lbs.—Ist—Hillaby
School; 2nd-—-St, Jude Boys
Bor A.O.V.i—2 tbs.—1st—Hilla-





1; Ind—St. Barnabas Boys’.
amber six only —1st—Southboro’
5 2nd--Southboro’ Boys
Ege Plant—six only—1st
Boys 2nd—Southbero’ Boy
Barnabas Boys
Peppers, (Collection of not less
varieties excluding
Southboro’ Boy

Southboro’
3rd—St.

than
Sweet—ist

DIVISION 10

Ornamental Foli
Section 1—Agz
ist—E G

CLASS 7

e Plants

single Specimen.
Wilkie, 2nd=Government





fred House

Section 2—Alocassia, single specimen.















“PARLY VICTORIAN POUQUEFT ist—-Simeon Clarke, 2nd—Government
SECTION 4 House
ist-Mre. J. E. Williams, 2nd—Mr Section 3-—Alocassia specimens, all
Feldman different
“BUTTON HOLF lst—Government House
SECTION 5 Section 4—-Anthurium single apeci
lst—Muriel Warren, 2nd+Mr nen
shall ist—Mrs, J. W. Chandler, 2nd—Gov-
SECTION 6 ernment House
“CORSAGE” Section 5—Aralia single specimen
lst—Miss Hollinsed, 2nd--Alfred lIst—Government House, 2nd+Mrs. J.
tro W. Chandler
“PRESENTATION BASKET OF Section 6—-Aralias, 3 specimen all
FLOWERS” different
§ TION 7 lIst—Government House, 2nd—Govern-
lst—Alfred Castro 2nd—Mrs. Tom ment House.
Wilkinson section §—Begonia, Rex, single speci-
CLANS 7 men
“Best Kept School Garden" Ist—-Stephen Collins, 2nd—Stephen
ist—Holy Innocents Boys D Collins
dan, 2nd—St. Siles Boys’ ‘8S. O Section 10—Cactus single specimen
3rd—St. Luke's Girl Mr Dottir Ist——Mrs Feldman, 2nd—Mrs Feld-
CLASS 8 (Section man
Best Kept Green Vegetab Garden Section 11—Cacti, 3 specimens, all @if-
‘st—Sam Marshall, Eckstein Village, ferent
St Michael and—E W. Brathw ist—Mrs, Feldman
Welchman Halil, St Thomas, 3 Section 12-—-Coleu 5 specimens, all
Bentham, Enterprise, Christ. Church different
CLASS 8 ‘Section B ist—Lady Hutson 2nd—G§vernment
ist—Sam Marshall, Eckstein Village, House
St. Mich E. W. Brathwaite Section 15—Croton, single specimen
man Hall, St. Thoma c 1 Simeon Clarke
terprise Christ Churct ist--Government House
Thorne, Airy Hill, St. Josep? 2nd—-Government House
McCollin, Goodland St, Michael ind—A. de L. Innis
Perkin Pilgrim Ter Ch, Ch H Section 16—-Croton 3 specie all dif-
man, Brag Joseph; ¢ ferent
Clement Joseph D. Mrs. E, Jones
Hillaby, St r ksor ist—Government House
Bes St Peter G tochester Black 2nd—Mrs. J. W. Chandler
Bess, St. Peter; 5. G. Gill, Arch nd—Government House
St. Thomas Section 17——-Crotons 6 species, all dif-
CLASS 8A (Section A ferent
Best Kept Peasant Holding Including Ist—-Go ment House
Livestock” ist—Government House
Ist—M A Wilkinson, 2nd-—L Settior 18—Caladiums, ingle speci-
ence, 3rd—T. Crichlov men
CLASS 8A (Section B) Ist—Simeon Clarke
ist-1 Belle 2nd—Georre Lew Ist—Government House
Wilfred Maynard; Srd—Cecil King, B 2nd—Walter Carrington
Green, B. Nurse 2nd--Goverhment House

CLASS 8A (Section C)

1 John Brathwa
Seale. 3rd=Mre

Ist—-Ramon
Batson, 2rd=-W. Ari

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Bower
otton Plot

Mi
strong

+t praenenvonnene

Regina ist—Miss B.

Section 19
1 all different
ist—Government House
tnd=Simeon Clarke
Section 20—Dracaena, single
Young
2nd—Walter Carrington.

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specimen

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Government House

22-~Marantas
Government
ment House.

Howe, 2nd

tail)
H. Wilkinson,

‘b)+Chrysalidocarpus Lutescens.
Wilkinson,
H. Wilkinson

Livistona spp

2nd—E. Straker.

(f) Pritchardia pacifica,
Ist—E. Straker.
Ptychosperma Macarthurii.
and 2nd—Mrs.
th) Thrinax spp.
Ist and 2nd—Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson

W. Chandler,

isingle) single
Chandler
(double) ingle

27—Poinsettia

Wilkinson, 2nd—A, de

J. W. Chandler
Sisnett.

Government
CABINET MAKERS’
WARDROBE

House

2—"DINING TABLE

lst—Joseph Alleyne,
cott
Section 4—"DRESSING TABLE"
Harris, 2nd

“MORRIS

istt—E. B. Herbert
12(a)—"‘UPRIGHT CHAIRS’

lst—George

cott
12(b)—"A.0.V."

ist—Arnold Worrell
2nd--Government

ist—-Henry Miller.

Ist—Henry Miller



Goddard
3rd—Kathleen Youngs

3—FAT BARROW and SOW 4
under 12 months. Ist--Miss B
2nd—Julian

To mark



Dracaena, 3 specimens, st!

2nd—Govern-

singh = preimen
Govern.

single specimen ta)

2nd—Mrs,

2nd—Mrs

J. H. Wilkinson

2nd—Mr
3 specimens al!

J. H. Wilkinson

of ornamental

WORK
Queen's

2nd—George Har

2nd—Hugh Wal

3—"BOOK CASE OR CHINA

2nd—Hugh Wal-

hibition,
exhibited this
with 17 last year.

Herbert

2nd--R. A. Grif-

arranged,
well attended
had to stand.

OR OCCASIONAL that

2nd-—John Walker
CHAIRS tone



MRS. ©. G. MANNING'S Cocker
Spaniel “Gentleman Jim”

year as compared

Seating accommodation was well Mr.
but the show
many
Everyone took a
keen interest in the judging.

Spaniel “Gentleman Jim”. |Mrs
©. Goddard’s brown Alsatian
“Honey” won the Cup for Cham-
pion Bitch of the Show.

In the Alsatian Class Mrs. E.
Goddard's “Honey” was first
Second place went to Mr. R. W.
Sidenberg’s “Fourbrooks Niki’.

Mr. Ian Gale’s ‘Piccolo of Fini-
mere” carried off honours in the
Boxers Class.. Second was Mrs.
M. E. Skinner's “Rusty Rufus”.

Mr. Harold Mayhew’s “Kim”
was the only entrant in the Bul!
Mastiff Division to parade before
the judges. and was awarded forest
prize.

Major attraction of the show
was axhuge Great Dane “Virginia
of Malpertus” entered by Lady
Hutson, | Virginia won first prize.
Miss Y. Wellesley’s French Poodle
“Black Tona of Radmor” carried
off first prize in the Poodle Class.

In the Bull Dog Class Mr. H. F.
Shearn’'s “Letchworth Pongo” won
first prize. ‘Second was Mr. R. A
Rayside’s “Amber”

The group prize for the best non-









won the sporting exhibit went to Mr. lan
Champion Cup at the Dog Show at Gale’s “Piccolo of Finimere”.

Park yesterday.
man Jim” also carried off honours
in the Cocker Spaniel Class and
gained another Cup for being the took the honours in the Retrie
best imported exhibit on Show.

“Gentle-
Miss E. B. Cox’s Golden
triever “Stubblesdown

Re-
Barle



Division. In the Cocker Spaniel
Class Mrs. C, G. Manning's

Over 500 people yesterday at- “Gentleman Jim” won first prize.
tended the Dog Show at the Ex-
Thirty-six dogs

The Cup for the best exhibit in
the sporting group was awarded to
“Gentleman Jim”’.

Gerald Wood's “Frisky”
won in the Terrier Class, First
prize in the Scottish Terrier Class
was won by Mr. B, G. Stoute’s
The “Bunty of Highgate”. Mr. Stoute

were

was 30
people

Show was staged by the Barbados also got second prize with “Sadie

2nd—-E. Archer Kennel Club.



2nd—Hugh Wal- Section 4

ist—-F. E. C





CLASS 9 (Plant
Section 3—Ferns, 3
ferent.

2nd—Thelbert

Section 5—-A.0.V
Ist—Miss B. Job son

Goddard,

FREE
OFFER

12 Montns and
Bethel,

Johnson
single



in Baskets)
specimens,

Barbados Products Lid.,
in the island announce
displaying some of their products in a booth
in Queen’s Park at the Annual Industrial

Exhibition TO-DAY.
JORDAN SUGAR

over.
2nd—John D



pecimen

of Highgate”’.

RUM AND FALERNUM
DIVISION 8—CLASS II























Goddard Section 1—Single distilled Rum, uncol-
. y us CLASS 8—(FERNS) oured, present year's manufacture
TABLE OR CHAIR LEGS, Section 1—Adiantum, Farleyense, single 4.1 West India Rum Refinery, Black
am specimen Rock
. feb WIT Ist—Mrs, O, Aishett Section 2—Single distilled Rum, colour-
—"CHAIRS SEATED WITH fection 2—Adiantum, Maiden Hair, sin- "°'e4" present year's manufactute
sad ic ade ll sie specimen ist—West India Rum Refinery, Black
i 1s lst—Mrs 0 Sisnett and Miss R. poe,
ndustrial School Hollinsed 2 ‘
. 36 ection 3—Double distilled Rum, present
10—CLASS 10 2nd—Government Hoi and Mie RVs manusactute
RASTER Se euvneD FiaNse Hollinsed ist—West India Rum Refinery, Black
(a) Grage Fruit Section 3—Adiantums 3 specimens, all ocx
ener Syne different, : ; , Section 4—Single or Double distilled
Snd ee rrr os Res Chi aahe coteae by Merchants for Household Use
4 Section 4—Adiantums, 6 specimens, all tst--John D. Taylor & Son, Roe
[eo different ‘ Sat ah Street; 2nd—Renown Manufacturing
erie or icone s ea N. Clarke 3ra floor of Plentations Ltd
3—SWIN Section avalia, single specimen Reeti hdinele or teoublle . distitied
ss 1 Ist—Mrs, O. Sisnett, Miss B. Johnson; Seton Scones | Of atired. Blended
year and under 2 2nd—Mrs. O. Sisnett, Miss B, Young and Bottled by Merchants for House
Section 6—Davalia, 3 specimens, all dif- hold Use
Goddard 2nd—Julian ferent é lst—H. B. Kinch 135 Roebuck Street
lst—Mes. O. Sisnett ; 2nd—John D. Taylor & Son, Roebuck
years and under 4 Section 7~Golden Fern (Fine), single Gtregy
specimen Se a « etait,
Ist—Government House, 2nd—Mrs, 0, Sevier, | Tawgis rang » on a a
year and under 2 Sisnett Street; 2nd—Ince & Co., Ltd.) Roebuck
yection Golden Fern single speci Street °
men = ant
. : = Sectio 7—Commercial Falernum
years and under 4 ist—Mrs, O. Sisnett, 2nd—Mrs. O. Sis "iat. “atuart a faueor Stal. Roebuck
nett : f
Stre 2n Ma Joorly & Co Ltd
Section 9—Silver Fern, Single specimen. Sizeet; 2ng— Ma sla
CLASS 2 ist—Mrs. O. Sisnett, 2nd—Mrs. O. Si Me platen eaLAke i'd
under 2 months and nett TSIOD . CLé eae
Section 10—A.0.V. of Fern not specified One? iB, — its a
(Holborn), 2nd—Joseph above senate CLU CANES
~M oO Ss tt Government >ection
2-FAT BARROW OR SOW, 6 vated < sci nee ist acob ~Young, Black Rock; 2nd
under 9 months 2nd--S. N. Clatke Government House. Sennie Gittens, Rose Gate, St, John

Section 2

all dif lst—Jacob Young, Black Rock; 2nd
Jacob Young Black Rock.
Section 3
ist—Sonnie Gittens, Rose Gate, St
John; 2nd—Jacob Young, Black Rock,

the newest industry
that they will be

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-



HONEY



MRS.

bitch “Honey” won the Cup for the
best local exhibit on show.

E. GODDARD'S Alsation

First prize for the best in the

Terrier Class group went to
“Frisky”.

Of the sporting breeds, Mrs.
G. G. Feldman’s “Duke of Bar-

bados” won first prize im the
Dachshunds Class. Mrs. Feldman
also won second prize with “Duch-
ess of Barbados.”

First prize for the best group of
the Sporting Breeds went to
“Duke of Barbados”.

The Cup for the best puppy on
show went to the Dachshund
“Duchess of Barbados” while Mrs.
Manning's “Gentleman Jim” car-
ried off the Cup for the best dog
on show. The Cup‘ for the best
bitch went to Mrs. E. Goddard’s
Alsatian “Honey”.

“Honey” also won the Cup for
the best locally bred exhibit while
“Gentleman Jim” took the prize
for the best imported exhibit.



St. Michael; 3rd—Sonnie “Gittens, Rose



Gate, St. John

Section 1—CLUMP OF PLANT CANES
lst—Mount Pleasant Plantation,
Philip; 2nd—Turner Hall Plantation



Andrew
Section
Ist-—Frizers




Plantation, St. Joseph;

2nd——-Turner Hall Plantation, St An-
drew

Section 3

Ist—Frizer Plantation St Joseph;

2





2nd—Mount
Philip
Section 4—-CLUMP OF RATOON CANES
ist—Halton Plantation, St Philip;
2nd—Mount Pleasant, St. Philip

Section

lst—Turner Hall Plantation, St. An-
drew 2nd—Turner Hall Plantation, St.
Andrew

Pleasant Plartation St.

CLASS 1

Section 6





Ist—-Mount Pleasant Plantation St
Philip; 2nd—Mount Pleasant Plantation,
St. Philir J
Section 7—BUNDLE OF 12 CANES
TOPPED HALF-WAY AND CLEANED

lst—Society Plantation, St. John; 2nd

Turner Hall Plantation, St. Andrew

Section ¢
Ist—Turner Hall Plantation, St. An-
drew; 2nd—Society Plantation, St. John,
DIVISION 8—SUGAR & MOLASSES
CLASS 10



Section 1—YELLOW GROCERY SUGAR
ist—Sandy Lane Factory, St. James;
2nd—Applewhaite Factory, St. Thomas

ard—Hagegatts Factory St. Andrew,

Section 2—CLEAR STRAW SUGAR
Varren Factory, St. Michael; 2nd
vhaites Factory St Thoma:
3rd—Searles Factory, Christ Church
Section 3—~DARK CRYSTALS
ist—Andrews Factory, St, Joseph; 2nd
Sandy Lane Factory, St. James; 3rd

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Carrington Factory t r Beans r -
ection _¢ SPECIAL FANCY MO- Aaron Yea ‘—_w 2 ON, | pcre 234 Se austin I 1 ‘oins er -
ASS) a Asti ayn 2:
ist~CU® Fectory. &t. Jon t—5 Ist—Edg- Section (8) Chrysanthemums ” 7 CBarles te ¥,
+ St. 4 R. Boveh ) Three Stalks Buck, 8 :
DIVISION 8—CLASS 10 i i - “ m ae aanen Type ae -
FANCY . _lbs.—lst—B, Gree Ist—Mr. Parry—Garrison 2nd—Mrs. F Luwer Cla 2nd— > vi —
Bection 5 CY MULASSES k “wag? Hutson—Grand View Buck Teagenburs Type en By FRANK PAGE, |
a » . . ist-W. Bulle 2nd Secti 9)—Dahl Ist ial . ¢ : oh .
jst-—Behe Factory, St. Michael; 2nd ae non ie ‘Sinsie Specimen seas oe Milk British Alpine T Leadem Journalist, author and feature writer. it ‘ and atta
ory, irist Church; &rc 2 lst-—Mr =n > Y a ‘ je , } % *
nee ey | ch; ard Sor F thwaite, 2nd 1s Mr. R. Park Qnd—Mr. R ; lst—-Dudley Gibbs. 2nd’ H. Ne | Queen Elizabeth II, for whose Coronation an entirely eee
. . ; oe A kinsor Joes in Milk— i , x » has » y
PRESERVED FRU ITS, JELLIES Squash, 1 tyne with Aowere-i96 Onis bi) Paste Secon hen tm BES Seanen Type new coinage has been designed, can look back on more than ‘
uy SION 9 CLASS 1 Asi—Mrs. J. |W. Chandler, Ist—Mrs. Wilkinson, 2nd—Migs J. Wil- Dees in Milk—Togeenburs Type 2,000 years of coin-minting by her predecessors give them HALIBORANGE
(a) Guav tb “ ,Tomatoes, Marglobe or Similar—1st— kinsor st-—Frank Massiah, 2nd—C. Blackett. ; : - =e :
Ben TNO 2 gone-Ib. Dotties—-tet Mra. J. W Chandler, Ind—R._ Bovell Section (19)—Dianthus Does Kids—Alpine Type. ey The earliest English coins were made of gold, and were } every day
} us Jordan &rc matoes, A.O.V.—2n cE. Brathwaite Sincle Spee! s' : ji 9 say % . » 7 r .
oo Oeste ‘obe- 1 bott! 3rd—J. Goddard , SRA We te nthe e W Mee Rie aes ae struck by the rulers of tribes in the south and east of the} f THERE’S NOTHING LIKE IT for buildi
ottles Turnips—12 only—lst—E. Brathwaite ment House ilst—I. L. Oxley i—c . P irst half of i . TV ~~ none
a pase : ; ‘ s ’ C. Blackett. oO y » firs é ) > fir e ry :
Bei eC, One I. — tet St PAINTINGS, DRAWIN SCULPTURE (od: Phnee. Sieeliasie Oxley, 2nd—C._ Blackett c ountry during the first half of the first century B.C. They : up reserves of vital energy, promoting
perick's | ‘ ard, er wits. T. Wilkinson, 2nd—Mrs. T. Ram, Black Bellied Type, no teeth were uninscribed and continued in use until the Romans healthy growth, strong bones and teeth
Jam ads: r Seascape—lst—W . hilen : ebster, 2nd—Fitz Foster, , 7 3ritz ar snc Smits f ~ Z -
seamed. decile. inka ote TCR ee a eee. Le anne Ram, Black Bellied Type, 2 teeth invaded Britain around 43 B.C. In imitation of their con- | a —and resistance to illness,
bepherd Sek A meer mae ae pans RT NT Pe nist Frank Massiah “3nd—G. A, Mar- querors, the rulers of ancient Britain then began to mint |
ib) Guava, p-Ib.—wn Miss in 7 one t wy oe a . any ; i i
Wood, fra eT ae ee Cane "Heasede = Sat~Petar Rocio CiskcuRene ’ Ram, Flack Bellied Type. 4 teeth and over coins bearing their own inscriptions. Nine of these rulers Made from purest halibut oil, cleverly blended
" : andscs ” Seas : st—Pete on (ie jerbe st-—G, A. Marshall. 3 n oe lal Se z i Seat : : .
* Sees Denis Miss Wood WiNeorent t—Oscar Walk (a) Double, Single Specimens ster . arshall, 3nd—K, D. Web-! are known to us from Roman records, and coins bearing the | hae the juice of ripe oranges, it is rich in
a . - 8 s Woo gure—ls scar alkes. Mr ir @nd— ~ s _ ‘ ° ’ : 5 =
Sorrel, one-Ib—ist Mrs L. F. Abstract—Ist Peter Walbridge ie ee Mist ~-acpaptce meta Be oe ane ce BLY a Mea names of six of them have survived Vitamins A and D and so delicious in taste that
is, 2nd L. Jordan Class 4—-ANY MEDIUM—Other tha ©) Sing! he z Foster, 2nd -, Webster. most finick
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je: owen ae Geatien Garcaisalels” Blackmans Ist—G. A. Marshall, 2nd—H. Neblett, ogee =e a, curren | for general circulation is of eight me it wih ihe.
la) Grapefruit—ist Mr. Haynes 2nd Figure—Ist—Miss _U. C. Hawkins. ‘ ee ee PN Som, ie ‘wnt, teeth A rie “9 aaa, 4, i a country and yalues, In cupro-nickel will be e Ab ect it’s fine for grown-
5 Meetaest ist ik: Mayne chlowers or Still Life—tst—Mrs, D. _ ist—Nire. HF. Marson er as ee EE Whee: eee wee appear the half-crown (two shillings and ups too!
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Ann Jordan, Class 5—SCULPTURE—(Figures or ee eek tek atte ak ek AD, a eee ke oe ee —337 when Roman shilling and sixpence. There is to
auva Cheese, 2-Ibs.—Ist D. Maxwell Animals) Chandler-Toda ee ’ W rend 4 - V “he eo eee over mints were in Operation first at be a 12-sided thvee-penny piece
a : , : . . ebster, 2 P q . = . ’
7, Shaddock Rind 1-Ib.—Mrs, 1. _ Modelling in any other medium—1st ser tt),, Sintle,, Three Specimens Springer, = oe SW oo ane then in London. and bronze pennies, half-pennies
fc) Lemon Rind i ist Mel 4 oe ata 5 i ist—Mrs. J. W Chandler odds, 2nd Ewe, A.O.V., no teeth we the Roman withdrawal and farthings
2nd Mr. A CHILDREN— (Age 14 te 17 Inclusive) ree das abactineae all different Eee PON matshall, and—O. Goodman, and the establishment of the) To replace silver, cupro-nickel THEN
) Grape fruit Rind. Landscape or Seascape—ist—St. -Mar- M wa S er—T« a. ind Aste A AM by ee = O. Web Anglo-Saxon kingdoms some an llos f 75 per cent. copper ICEST WAY OF TAKING HALIBUT OIL
) Orange Rind, 1-lb.—1lst Mrs tin’s Scho: lle : 7s ba eee eb- | . ne | 3 alloy of 7 1 <
y and =. Ww o oe ' I i Bae oh ceili vie maeeviite cele ios Museuin, ter ie Ef: « mage copper coins were made,| and 25 per cent. nickel, was au-
i ‘aylo - ( 3 : | sold are
erves in Syrup nininad . (Age Under 1) (a) Single Specimen cur FLowsmecOoresorsons” |PUt old coins were probably |thorised by Act of Parliament it
meee 7 oe - peenes nt at Picture in colour—lst—Janette Kelly lst—Mrs. Chandler—Todds, 2nd—Mrs Anthuriums, all one colour—il) H. v,| @Unted at Canterbury and Lon-/| 1946. This was to enable Britain
a S 201 2rik Jordan dr s oc i i 3 Ji , S - , *
Jordan . nated = * ‘Gitte’ ‘Sehonle ewe ee a “ae three Specimens, all different fe k Miss E, Shepherd of Black | don. from A.D. 600 to repay silver supplied by the
(Guava, one-lb.—ist S. Jordan, 2nd Pattern making ie Martek (Se Agard ,_e “a melt United States of America under
; an, 2 ater i st—s 2 o Awar Antirrhinums—(1) M y. Chand-| Ki te. Sade : . s fi
a Shain dae. Bee OOROCHET AND KNITTIN Section (16)—Lilles f ler > W. Chand-/ King Offa’s Silver Pennies Lend-Lease agreement during
Jaan, gmade Fudge, 2-Ibs.—1st Ine. Groshet Ten Gloih-aise Mrs. H Ward, lst—lare, Chandler STodds. tnd—Mrs Mrs oe W. chanel J. W. Chandler,) By the end of the seventh c¢ World War II to provide silver
n, 2nd C alton 2nd—Mrs. P. F. Clarke * Colin Wa St. Lucy ” r “Ch 02 . . ’ for use in industry
ae Rekete A.O.Y, pide ecacmes sce. Buh wisabtie~ 1 —— 7 ri i Rinste Seah He? anthemums—(1) Government | tury every Anglo-Saxon ruler had! a Pe ,
Holy Trinity 2nd Mrs. T. F. Harris. King, 2nd—Mrs. H. Williams * ast-—Government Houte, 2nd~-Governe. Coenen N; Hewitt of St. George. | established his own mint and is-| The Royal Mint, where the
ney in Shallow extracting. frames Household article in fine crochet or ment House i ’ Oe ea Cninese Forget-me-not) | sued coins bearing } , the "vad separ =
nae. C.D. Starshall. CC. Marshall. crochet BAA daa bach IEE CA action Cit y= y 1-lb. Frames—ist and 2nd Geo. small), Plate d’oyleys Tray Cloth a) Three Spec “y = | » fater, his portrait. It was} Elizabeth II is being te 1
- a ’ a . { pecimens, all different Dianthu LD . | . < . abeth is béing made, stanc
Re tosiiketia te. Wai 5 coat Guest’ Towel we st Mts. H. Ward, | Ist—Mrs. P. B. O'Neal, 2nd—Mrs, Blair Sighbate clacde T. Wilkinson of | witn Offa, King of Mercia, whose| opposite the ancient Tower of “ALLEN & HANBURYS LTD., LONDON, E,.2
les—2 white 3 gill 2nd—Mrs ard, Banniste eerie i “ ‘
s—Ist D. E. W. Gittens, 2nd N Table runner or Centre—1st—Demon- ae (b) Bix Specimens all different J “W. Chandi silat | sdlitheg shen 9 a ‘ED sanuon that the coin-| London, in which it hati previ-
sttator G1, Behool, Rné—G. Gandsidee 1 dais. Poo OMG Sea Gene aah sandler, =} ae o mngland really began in| ously been situated for 500 years. |
= Yex (bleached lbs—Ist. Drawn thread in household article such nell : ie ney Gerperas—(1) Mrs. N. Hewitt, (2) Mr. /the 8th century, He issued silver) The mint, which has been on its
ent as Tea Cloth, Tray Cloth, D’oyleys (4), § 0)—S 1 ; a 7 snnies - 7 . 3 , . ep
s Wax (unbleached)—3 lbs—Ray Lunch set. etc.—ist—Mrs, TUniyett and Saha ow ce eaiee ens San Grasses—(1) Beresford Nurse pennies bearing a fine portrait of present site for over 140 years, is
t, Ray Went. Mrs. E Mayhew. Zs ane aabtahes ne dds, 2n aivpiecus- a) mre D. C. Hawkins, | Himself, and for the next five) visited every ar by many over-
Garment in Drawn thread such as § 22) —Z ore ‘ondust, | centuries the silver nt Sis I | ‘hance |
CUT FLOWER—ORCHIDS Heavy linen Dress, Bodice. aise pec nh iar Specimens oe oneen T.cket No, 3494, \ the only coin issued in area c tt I ws t rs f th tom ie .
yas Species Dorothy Hassell lst—Mrs. J. WiiRinso , ) 8 isne’ | - . t sTBLATKC we xchequer © 1¢ time is al-
purple & variations—Mrs, Gran- Finished article in Fine drawn thread ot ee ee TGR pezonotie (1) Arthur Mayhew, River | The pennies generally bore the! ways the Master of the Mint, but
robium Hybrids ae, Pore on ; ee oo “&. Bletch- bite Mrs. J. Wilkinson, &nd—Mrs. J "Flentas a’) Mr Dp. C. Hawkins, | name and bust of the kit some the practical superintendence is
er, nd—Mrs. E ayhew Yilkins - . ‘ 5 a Ss, | . or, . » reo > . > .
ist PJrises at 76 cents each, Two bree cet earn ae ve ene nike Me ceutsda Mil iniidal Egerton, St. George, (2) Mrs, O, Sisnett | forn of cross on the reverse with, done by a permanent Deputy Mas-
ePrizes at 36 cents each—Ist—Master —Miss T. Sealy, 2nd—Miss K, Warren. td Maigs: Sreshene sea Mise Shane ge MV, Maran, “() Mise] SR nach PEON “OF. the: name of She! ter and a Comptroles
en Collins. S Kn.:ted Socks’ in wool, silk or thread herd cake oe ee jmint and the moneyer responsible °
roblum alaenopsis Ist—-P. Hinds, 2nd-—Ina McClean. (d) A.O.V. Six Specime a : "8 r - . { Mo than 1,100,000 ) are
roederianum—and—Mr. H. V. Ma+ Knitted Socks Children's in silk or 1st—Miss Sh chats mens, all different’ Sunflowers, Hybrids—(1) Mrs, O. Sis- for the on By. the mid n SE gat ee iy pte 1S un 0
thread—Ist—C, Cave, 2nd—C. Cox Section (23)—Single Specimen of Any SiO. Sepery “When Wires: pany acer SE 2 Een eee) ene
a Avuins Baby's: Bootike Or whos in se, Wtread Mawer ithonia—(1) Mrs, O. Sisnett, (2) Mrs, |but they were reduced in number the year Most official medals
‘Terrestrial—tst— Mrs. Sisnett or | wool—ist—Miss M. Bailey, and— | Ist Mr, Marson, Mrs. J. Tarilton of ~'vertens—(1) Mrs. T. Wilkis lby King Henry Il, and further and many for private commem- | on your tyres means -_ ASST
ums j Eve titute St. James; 2nd—Mrs, Conduit o 5 Saetan bese ’ naon ‘ ce Wtonean at} > .
ee sateen Si4vtaMadaine tai coe es tae i patetid teeta. ii ames; 2nd—Mr Conduit of Pine Zinnias, Mintature—-(1) Mrs. T. Wil- | by suecessive kings in the 13th 0! ation are also manufactured ' “
Madame Ifill. Miss Kathisen Wood. Snd-Iire.. Feldman, k aon ) Miss : E Shevherd. < }eentury. By this time silver coins in the Royal Mint, as well as the} aan:
Papilio—ist—Mrs. L., H. Nicholls Knitted Swenter or Pullover in silk ot LACE & EMBROIDERY aanees, any other variesy--(2) ae iat f wor p » being | engravings of the official seals of |
chepiottis Soceinitlar obits Tete ante), Pot ae x, O8 sae ne tae ae ee mt ERY i E, Shepherd, Mrs, N. Hewitt is ; orkmanship were being) ¢n& ’ i o! ti cial se
herd, 2nd—W. R. F. Parkinson N. Walcott — One a MATUNnSau,, 406 Collection of any flowers not specified | Minted the United Kingdom and Colonial
elotits | Epeties-ist--Oirs, .. A. cenit, Gr Crochet or Linky and- Grochet. Section S+tet—W> Ch/ Stollle, Shde Gh mucosa ane ee In the middle of the 4th cen-| Governments, The Royal Mint, in
e, an Mite F, W. Hunte lst—Mrs. Bertie King, 2nd—Miss A. V. Parris 4 St. Thomas, (2) Mrs. 1. Wilkso tury a coin called the noble was| addition to United Kingdom coin-
a Hybrids Harbur Secti 3—1st—Mrs. Norma lowell ‘ : lissued, t > 0. » ne re so Pp sins y ome
) Strap leaf—ist—R. F. Parkinson, Garment with plain sewing hemming 2nd : Miss Hollinsed a ee DIV. 8, CLASS 4 issued, to be followed ay the ne xt) Oe al : > peer or na vere
; and tucking (Handwork)—1st—Miss Hol- | Section 4—Ist—St, Paul's Girls’ School FRUIT jcentury by the angel. There was] other countries of the Common-
(b) Terete—isf—Mr. H. B. Bannister, linsed, 2nd—Miss L. Smith 2nd—St. Patrick's School : a pees _ Golden—12_ only—(1) Ruth |also the groat, valued at four-| Wealth, and a number of overseas
2nd—H. B Bannister. Garment in sewing, machine work, | Section 5—Ist—T, Gibson 2nd—Daphne ee il, Chapman's Village, ( Met®} pence, and the sovereign intro- countries int luding Bolivia, Bur-
AO.V. not specified single such as Dress, Shirt, Bos ete.—Ist Archer as tuinéd by King Vil (A.D.|ma, Jordan, Iraq, Costa Rica, Ni
men—Ist—Mrs. John Mrs. —St. Martins’ School, 2nd—T. Joseph Section 6—1st—Miss Hollinsed Apples, Sugar—6 onky—(1) Elsie Davis. |GUCCQ’ Dy ig sentry Renee ret eo ae ‘ s ,
a Lee Garment with Smocking ist—C tion 7—Ist—Mr D. C. Hawkins Bananas, Cavendish, Bunch—(1) Ruth | 1485-1509). The sovereign be-/ caragua and Guatemala
Beerecimens, all difterent of the same James 2nd—C. James 2 Miss Hollinsed ; eae , k ; ‘came the supreme coin and the The Gold Seal
‘a—lst—Mr F, Parkinson, 2nd Pla Jeedlew: wu years Section { artine q anana Junch Egerto co . r - ‘ * - s 16 Gold Seal is
L. H. Nicholls. : arian Ist pe ind St Martine Girls” ‘ oo) Mrs. D "C Hawk ee een Sargeant ane angel wa upplemented by the End of Lecal Mints car tyres pontes' ere ot Solan
tion Pochette or Bag of any kind—ist ‘Section 9—1st_Mrs. Walcott, 2nd—Mrs. , B@m#nas, Gros Michel, Bunch—(1) | gold crown, worth five shillings Although coins have been mint~| graduated rib wi ith nth Seen
all same specie—lst—Miss Enid Mrs. D. Phillips, 2nd—St, Jude's Girls’ Walcott ; Ruth Bovell, (#) Rediend Fin lintroduced by Henry VIII, This in|ed in London for more than: 1,000 yut ee Saeenc Ee
erd, 2nd—Mr. F. A. Hunte School Section 10—1st—Mrs. Norman Howell, Preston, Smith | * ; aoe it was not until the 16th puts most rubber where wear is greatest.
Mixed species—2nd—Miss Sisnett. Hooked Rug—1st—Mrs. C anto- 2nd—Mrs, Norman Howell ' {a)_ Citrons—3 only—(1) C. M. Dey- | turn was followed during the six te The raw materials and compounds used
on hole—ist—Alfred Castro, 2nd— fils, 2nd—Mrs. C. Monsantofi Section 12—ist—Mrs. Norman Howell, '©", Christ Church years feign of hi young son,/century that the last of the lo¢ i in the casings of these tyres ensure cool
Se tei 2s One te a ee ee Hon 1s -ni_-G. Hind oa arabefrut—6 only) Mrs. G-|Bdward VI, by a silver crown. |and ecclesiastical mints wa clo 5 _- Ness in running and maximum resistance to
¢ —Ist—Mrs. P. Neal, 2 3. Jone Section st—G inds a eae UT . - , ve “C) . " é a : : n
Mrs, A. Hutchinson. Miscellaneous (Any article in Crochet Section 14—Ist—A. Walte, 2nd—B.E,1, , (¢) Lemons—la only—(1) Dr, H. H. Henry VII minted a silver shilling) ¢d and coimige, | com a he a0 Real elie Tes nee pecxiue Gesaiege, ena
; or Knitting not otherwise classified)—ist Section 15—Ist—St. Patrick's School. Johnson Ito which Edward VI added six-|the Mint in the Tower of London most miles for your money—look for the
_ GARDEN VEGETABLES Miss J. Sealy, 2nd—-Mrs, N. B. Warren. _ Section 16 (a)—lst—Mrs. Greenidge ,,‘%) Limes, Lisbon—12 only—Henley |penny and three-penny _ pieces, | Coining by the hammer was re- Gold Seal on Dunlop tyres,
Affowroot—5 lbs.—lst—E. Brathwaite, 2nd—Mrs, Feldman I lantation (2) pare J. W. Chandler land Elizabeth I. his half-sister, i m4 placed by machinery 290 year sos ENYA
Qnd—M. Brathwaite. ARTISAN’S WORK (b)—Ist—Mrs, Greenidge, 2nd—Mrs (e) Limes, A.O.V.—12 only—(1) Cas- | nate fj Bbaw. Semaare ever Se nbs ; Py oeeenewts
Artichokes—5 Ibs.—lst—E Alleyne, TINSMITH'S WORK Greenidge , tle Grant Pin sued three-halfpenny and three-| 8&0
2nd—W. Bullen. Section 2 (a) Ist—Fite Hunte, 2nd—A._ § ection 17-—Ist—B.E.1 ({) Mandarins or Tangerines—12 only |} farthing pieces. These were not Today, in this place of roman- Mh LAE. 7 &
Bestroot—12 only—ist--U, Smith, 2nd F. Ince tion 18—Ist—Miss Lucy Armstrong, ~‘!) Henley Pin., St. John 2 , i as c tradition, where the bright new eZ 2 GWA
continued by her successoi ul , &
Scape rathwaite. (b) lst—A. Browne, 2nd—S. Griffith. Section 19—Ist—E, White, 2nd—E som Pease Sweey-6 only (1) : Serene coinage of a new reign is being
Cabbages—6 only—ist—E. Toppin, 2nd Section (3)—1st—Oswald Alleyne 2nd ackman Pin. Sosa oS byt Wes)
—F. D. L, Gay, Gerald Marshall, ki q 20—1st—K. Martineau, 2nd (th) Oranges, Seville — 6 only (1) Modern coinage can be said to|/made, the machinery is intricate, M Tyre CSigi—
e Carrbis. long type—12 only—Ist— ; Section 10 (aj)—Ist—G. Cripps, 2nd— Mrs. E, Robinson. : eee Pin, (2) Mrs, J. W. Chand- | begin with the second coinage of! powerful and modern The coins
ifcwer—8 only “£. Brathwaite; Peeatn tt caloataheat—“aniiteter Ce Cees i) Pomelo—3 only—-i1) Castle Grant {Charles. IT in 1662,” based on a/being made there are worthy to}
@nd—Mrs, J. W. Chandler Section 12 (a)—Ist—Colin Williams, PURE BRED SAANEN STOCK Pin twenty shilling gold piece, called| stand beside the finest products |
Celery—6 only—2nd W. Brathwaite 2nd—Linda Greenhill Pure Bred Saanen Bucks (j) Shaddocks—3 only (Sweet) the guinea, from the source of its » craftsmen of long ago
Chives—2 Ibs.—1st—E. Brathwaite, 2nd (b) Ist—M. Freeman, 2nd—C. Lowe. Ist—Austin Layne. (1) Mrs. J. W. Chandler We ef hein ia ike, ai 5 ; jot the craftsm ci Bag
—M, Brathwaite CLASS II (k) Shaddocks—3 (for preserving) — an gold, No such coin |
Christophines— 12 only Ist—Julian CUT FLOWERS Pure Bred British Alpine Doe Kids K. Holder, (2) Castle Grant, (3) today, but the term sur- | |
Goad. 2nd I Sargeant, eg i DIVISION 10 CLASS I Ist ‘Eu tace Gibbs Chesterfield a 6 : in the combination of twen- | * _* 7 |
Cucumbers—6 only—ist—F. D Section (a) ink, Three Specimens Pure Bred British Alpine Buck Kid oconuts ater, unch (Claret) a > ‘ ~ : ee OF
@nd—Castle Grant Plantation Ist—Mrs, P. B. O'Neal—St. James 2nd _ 1st—Eustace Gibb ds No First. Prize (2) Castle Grant Pin. |‘¥-ope shillings, and it is in guin Irs rip Ol We
Eschalot, Green—5 Ibs.—Erdiston Col- —Mrs. H. Blair Bannister—Briarfield Pure Bred British Alpine Bucks Granadillas—2 only No First Prize, |€as that professional men in Bri-
lege, (b) Hybrid, Single Soccimens Ist—C McKe (2) Redland Ptan tain still state their fees, and inj ed
Eschalot, Dry—5 Ibs.—Ist Egbert —Ist.—Mrs. P, O'Neal-—St, James, 2nd CLASS. III » Gauvas (12) (1) Castle Grant Ping | guineas that buyers bid at many G rand C cl man ECKS ~*~
Mays 2nd—Vere De Peiza. Mrs. Hawkins—Cane Wood Milch Goats (Any age or breed which St. Joseph (2) Evett Smith 9(3) Mrs, ae 7 wht % ee y At Ten BROS — —
ers, nuG ‘ ay otréet istri utors
wine. Dry-—-2 Ibs—2nd—E. W. Brath- (ec) Hybrid Variegated Single Specimen are entered in the Goat Register) Chandler ° auction sale = = = pad
Ist—Mrs. P. B. O'Neal—St. James Ist—H. Taitt Mangoes—6 only (Grafted) (1) Ivan ASS SS eee
woe éfreshly reaped—5 _Ibs—Ist (d) Three Specimens, All Different Milch Goats (Goats which have had only Forde, Black Rock, (2) John Brathwaite Charles II's currency eventually | Air Commodore Harvey, (Con- i
W. Chandler, 2nd—E, Brathwaite 2nd—Mrs. P, B, O'Neal—St. James 1 litter of kids and which are en- Melons, Cantaloupe or Musk—2 only |p ive g “ag crvative Macclestield asked ’ a
ranged from a five guinea gold | scrvative, le )> i i}
Rabi—6 only—lst—E. Brathwaite, Section (4) Begonias, Three Specimens tered in the Goat Register) (1) Mrs. J. W. Chandler . ” } « 5 State f the > ;
. Brathwaite All Different Ist—C. S. McKenzie. 2nd—Frank Mas- Papaws—4 onh (1) B. Greenidge, | Piece, through shillings and six-~/| the retary of State or 1 - e e ~~ i
12 only—ist—Erdiston College, 1st—Mrs. J. W. Chandler—Todds, 2nd siah 2) Mrs, G. C. Warde, Mr. C. M. Dray-|pences, down to a silver penny,|Colonies, Mr Lyttelton, what {
2nd—H. Gibson. Mrs, J. W. Chandler—Todds Doe Kids ton with copper half-pennies and! progress i being made in build- ff
Lettuce, head—12 heads—ist E. Brath- Section (5) Bougainvilla—Three Speci- ist—H. B. Niblock, 2nd—C. S. Daniel, Pear Avocada (any other variety) 6 \farthings. Towards the end of the; ing the airs trip in Grand Cay- i}
waite, 2nd—M. Brathwaite. mens Does (with two broad teeth) only (1) Ruby Bailey, (2). Castle Grant |47¢ngs. Lowaras l Mg airstrip yy
*Okras, Field—24 only—ist Mrs lst—Mr. H. V. Marson, 2nd—Mrs. B ist—H. B. Niblock Pin,, (3) C. M. Draytor | 18th century, in. the reign of| man i)
was 2nd—E. Brathwaite. Conduit Grade Bucks (of any breed) Plantains, bunch—(1) Redland Planta- | George III, the copper penny was In his reply Mr. Lyttelton said oe ]
Ok Long Velvet—24 only—ist Section (7) Carnati Ist—C. S. McKenzie t St. ¢ ze, (2) Egerton Sergeant, | oe A PY )
MBrathwaite. : Bea seit ; “(a) aingie. Seationens Deas in milk cKenzie (3) St cl sir Baird. igerton Sergeant, /introduced and’ there was, for a) “Work has been finished on the ))
Onions—-12 only—ist-—-E. Brathwaite lst—Mr. T, Wilkinson—Highgate Gar- 1st—C. S 1 2nd—H. B. Niblock Lemons—6 only—No Prize short time, a copper two-penny | terminal building, storerooms {\ ))
Peppers, mixed Ist—E. Brathwaite, den, 2nd—Mr. T. Wilkinson—Highgate Grade Registered Buck Kids (not ex IN FLOWER POTS OR TUBS | piece }and water supply. Good progres {
SAS ctrcst — is aoty << ista®. Gay) Three. Gpediméns—All Different ten ratte bseatisn 4 Anthurium ahi three apebl- | Coins Of Eight Values lis now being made in preparing \
“Brathwaite. lst—Mr. T. Wilkinson—Highgate Open to Peasants Only—Buck, Gritish mens The coinage of the realm of| the runway but surfacing has )
- — -—— ————$$__—_——— _— ----—— ip }not yet begun.” \
Air Commodore Harvey as ~—, \
Mr. Lyttelton what the Govern- }
< == | ment’s plans are for develop- i
“Schemes for mosquito control | ))
and for developing agric mae ;
}
en roads, schools and medical facili- \{
~~ ties are being carried out with) i
ya colonial development and wel-| i
“ fare assistance. The Colonial \
os” Development Corporation have | ))
- et up a turtle cannery,” Mr
e e e Lyttelton said, ° ))
“An airstrip is being built on | i
- ~ Grand Cayman which will open CAR MA’ ‘on ’ it
| > <> 1 S u & S 1 * e e n up the islands generally and, in| COOL AIR VENTILATOR—Blue, Green, Amber, Red, i
| particular, help the expansion of | Clear )
» l yy” r TH . , , . \
EV I | I +e ee aay a : ned ts ta SWANS—Blue, Green, Red, Amber
o me a —— — ia , : : ( ir ommodore arvey as ‘ J} ,ATED BULLS (
LY A shows » things 4 /, oe ; 2S
and the things to buy her | what arrangements are being POLAROID 5 SHAD 1
i : . ; : > TYPE A made by his Department to devel- SPARTON HORNS i
a y a y f ! ‘
SHE 8 THE BE-BOI rYPE op air communications in the CAR JACKS—Screw and Bumper ))
7 vay Jeste Caribbean and especially CHAMOIS LEATHER i)
RY , 70 SHE’P LIKE to get as a Western , ue
KNOW HER 4h present a permanent posy of to and from the Caymans and POLISH : K
by the jersey cap forget-me-nots and silk rose possibility of internal air ser- POLISHES ")
with outsize 4) ina Cellophane box—the sort British Seen ‘? ons WAX & KLEENER ‘
| = of thing that’s popular with Mr, Lyttelton replied: “No new 4 G GAS TANK CAPS
| pompom. It = American college girls. OR arrangements are being made at SOCKET SETS IN BOXE
costs around sandals with coloured straps present except that the Cayman WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION
2. Her colour: that she can wear for dancing. Islands authorities are construct- |; \\
They cost less than £2 jing ar rfield on Grand Cay-
. dresses tor royal blue. ra 2. 8D, ar m Grand Cé BROTHERS ut
comfort and : | mar The Government of i}
middle prices = Jamaica is also considering the i}
—buys things + 2 ‘ = ’ ‘ ‘ possibilily of internal air ser- BAY STREET _— DIAL 4269 tt
like this Si E is I i E Hoy LY GIRL | vices in Jamaica.”"—B.U.P. ska {{
sloppy wind- . od =
cheate® with KNOW HER SHE’D LIKE a warm tri- $7990009000006000 PPLE OOS SOOOSE OOO SPSS LLL AAP PPE PPP PAPE >
elastic rib- by the crochet angular stole in reversible %
bing, which - . i Ss colours—pretty and sensible >
’ . = %,
costs less than hat with fringe % Secs and under £2. OR (for half } 2
£2; tapering in vividly con- = Fo the price) a frilly aprore i %
slacks with trasting colour \ starched cotton to wear when >
dog-tooth —for under £1 * she's learning to be a hostess. . = x
check; red : r %
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calf shoes i : :
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with white | $ —And what are YOU %
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trimmin, . , +, ’ ve : . s,
ac clothes (SHE 8 TH OUTDOOR GIRL $ ee tting for your littl $
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are obviously aes : : SHE'D LIKI \ Ys ° yoy and girl? %
influenced by KNOW HER ; * woonten scart g x
and belt that can be bought in s 8
Hollywood, by the new . . e .
but she aves e varying colour combinations 1% %
+h oss bes avhite ear-muffs for less than €2. OR—and s x
; : ; this is slightly cheaper $ (COS : as ¥
English air. ; in nylon fur. Datiteck SEA lov: With gx) $ @ BRONCOS @ ANIMAL TOYS x
Not e fe id colours and designs. % oe SCOOTERS @ MERRY-GO-ROUNDS x
as you'd think. % @ CHAIR DI @® TOT-CYCLES %
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4 SHE'D LI 7 % Our TOY BAZAAR is quite new this year, with a %
KNOW HER KE to have a cool : 7 y : : >
I s] nit: claude’ Wat Ok wissaiadl % selection of hard wearing, practical toys that will unte %
| by the chic collar and cuffs in white % prove to be an investment for 1953! ‘ . J %
| button-on hat piqué, which look more ex $ >
i het has’< fuet pensive than they are OR % 1 XS
as velve eae
| the latest belt-fob idea: suede % Take advantage of our Xmas Layaway Plan:
| finish; in purse with gilt clip to go on o of : 7 : eo El . $
} hd Bigade & » 5% Downpayment will hold your purchase $
| 255.-30s. range a belt. Neither should cost . % i] Chri 7 oe »
more than a guinea i % unti iristmas Eve! LOWER BROAD ST. %
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eence to the We Ce CAR—1950 Veik n good condition |

Constance Be let Blenman, | APE J. Atw o Dea /
Beatrice Gre ijaughters), Irene |
Hayward {sist 11. 12.52—in. _— Se ape ma —— - i
ee c Humber super Snipe, in quite
CARRINGTON--On D ber 10, 1952,]00d mechanieal order. Due to long |
ie Helena ¢ net Her tunerai | Whee base and great power, this car is
es her ijate nee “Eliershe’,)#dmirably suited to conversion to a
thing, Christ Ct 4.30 this | Pick-up or Hearse. COLE & CO., Ltd |
oon fer the We emeters 11.12,.52-—.3n |
Norman. R. Carrington and family. | —— ae vevntetintaggiaanhs |
ly .12.52—4n HYLLMAN STATION WAGON Only |
alti a . 16,000 miles. Owner driven. Appearance
PROCTOR—On ilth December 1952. | good new. Perfect working order. |
Ernest C. Proctor The funeral w.il| BRADSHAW & COMPANY
leave his late @sidence Ernie's,” 6.1 iin. |
Hastings, at 4.15 p.m. today for the] = cr ic
estbury Cemetery EI CTR |
C A. Coppin, Dan F. Blackett,| - eee AL abet J
Rita Browne : _.. | BATTERY TESTERS — High discharge}
er ee ee Battery Testers and Polarity Indic
IN MEMORIAM witable for Garages ete, Dial
GALE In loving memory of Clara) DaCosta & Co. Ltd. Elect al Dep
Alsop Gale who died on December 10.12.52-—-6n. |
iith, 1951. ——————__——_——_ |
Val and Louis Gale and their ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR hOS- |
Families. 11.12.52-—1n,| LEY 7.5 C FT. OF U.S.A % ¥e ars’ |
peetenen gta guarantee} — Manutseture COUR-;
HOLLIGAN — Im sacred memory of my| TESY GARAGE. Dial 4616
1 passed away on December lith 1945 —_——————_— — ————~ -
Faithful and honest in all your way GARRARD—3-Speed Automatic Record
Devoted and true to the end of yous dust ived limited
days P. C. S. Maffei & Co., Ltd
Always patient, lovin: kind 3.12. 62—t.f.n
hat a beautiful memo ou've left ——————— -
7 ae hind, : : 2 REFRIGERATOR ‘ cond
Mr. Frederick Harris and Family hand General = Electri Retrigerato
‘about 8 eubsc fi.) " stood working
FOR RENT order, Dial 362: 10,12.52—3n
. ee
tA atti athicad.cttabat cline aod = REP RIGERA TORS Canadian Frigid
a aire, made by Gene with &
HOUSES year guarantee, On! ed quantity
FARAWAY—Fully furnished 3 ‘bed-| of these machinc at K. R
toom house, St. Philip coast. Lighting |HUNTE & CO., LTI 5136
plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2 12.52--Gn
Servant rooms. Monthly rent 4 Gu
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. ia!
4476 1.11.62——-t..m FURNITURE
NEWHAVEN — Fully furnished 4-bed- FURNITURE—To close out 60 Morris
toom house, Crane coast Doub'e Garage] Rattan Chairs at $11.00 eact sbsolute
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water- | ne Can be seen at Medmenham, Pine
raill supply. Monthly rent $25 ‘plus 93| Hill, on the 12th December, 9 a.m, to
cleaning charge, LN ADVANCE. Diaij oon, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. an excellent bu
4476. . 2.11.52—t.4.n. | Suitable for Hotels, Bars or Homes
ielpsatpoiaiio 6.12 3n
OFFICES—Cool, spacio and reason- - ee
ably priced Only two more avatable
K, R. Hunte & Co., Ltd LIVESTOCK
Street. i claire r
7 ae ces CALVES We wed calves }
ROOMS — Furnished or unfurnished, | .9)¢ Sneath d a ; Seohaie Skies
Running water, Apply “Belfield”, Bay | parm, Dial 3987 10,12.52—5n,
Street, opposite Dunlow Lane sake rt on tpt 9 ooo:
cil chhin he! Two very fine Fox-terrier and
— —— a, Gheattaiee Jol-terrier pups 5& months old at half
THELMONTE—Ch. Ch. Furnished. BY | their value. Can be seen at Medmenham,
appointment. Phone 8336 nr Pine Hill 10.12.52——1n
Te ae eee ot RACE-HORSES-—The following race-
MISCELLANEOUS horses landed in Trinidad, at £800—
- “ tohamla, Arabian Gir) Indian Gift,
PROJECTOR & FILMS for rent. Movie 4 4
are the best form of entertainment. |£eyptian Gift, Admirals Delight, Medi-
Make your children's Xmas party a real|terranean, Likely, Fa:ry Falls, Sabre,
success, Full particulars from GITTENS pepblesens Sister Emma, Royal Mode,
MP. Street Phone 4740,|Sunbayna, Delusion, Cordwainer, Bobbie
& CO) ANT, Bey 7.12.52—t4.mn. | Burns, Okami Nintdels At £550—
Haziewood, Demilo, Full Blown, Bridge,
Flawless Pearl. At £450—Lime Tree,
ANNOUNCEMENTS [Mice nose" ay e750" hoya“ Lgena
: Clover Breaking Wave At £650—Ca
wour dealers cannot supply God- 7 D
one please phone 2458. ull and Son Junior. Apply to O, F Bennett, Sout
6. 12.52—2n | Dairy San Fernando, Trinidad
pete 9.12
TAKE NOTICE POULTRY
POULATRY—Leghorn cockerels and pul-
lets from important strain. Telephone
0186 C. S. Edwards, Appleby Pint., St
That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole 7#™e* 11.12,53—-an,
proprietor of Eau de Cologne & *
Parfumerie-Pabrik Glockengasse No MECHANICAL
Wil gegenuber der Pferdepost von Feré. | ——————— mee ais
Muthens, a firm duly organised under TRICYCLES—Just received suitable
the laws of Germany, Mamufacturers,|for children from 3 years to 6 years
whose trade or business address .s “4711",|Redman & Taylors Garage Ltd
Colegne, Germany, has applied for the 9.12,.52-—8n.
registration of a trade mark in Part “A” ter ™ a
of Register in respect of Eau de Cologne, WHEEL, STRAKES For use with
perfumeries, soaps, essential oils, eo8-|Mussey-Harris or WD 9 Wheel Tractors.
metics, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and | Overcome wheelspjn AND INCREASE
will be enttled to register the same|]TRACTION of your Tractor in fields
after one month from the 10th day of | Courtesy Garage 4616 6,12.52—6n.
Necember 1962 unless some person shall | —.
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my offce of opposition of such 7 .
registration The trade mark can be MISCELLANEAUS
seen on appLcation at my office
Pe his 29th day of November, 1952,
ee ee H. WILLIAMS, ESSO] PRODUCTS-—-Petroleum Jelly
Registrar of Trac s White in Drums. Nu Jol, Paraffin Oil,
10 Drums and Pa.ls Fit Sprayers, Flit
:Gallons, Qrts, Pints and '» Pints Fiit
{ Aerosol, Flit Powder Esso Handy Oil
ay KE NOTICE Household Wax, Lighter Fuel, Radiator
A Cleaner, Radiator Protector, Stop Leak,
Sponges, Spark Plugs, Brake Fluid,,
Drums and Pails. All of these can be
obtained from R. M. Jones & Co., Ltd
Phone 4784 27.11.52—t.f.n
GREEN *HALOT Up to 150lbs
At Little Battalys, St. Peter. Phone 9177












That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole 11.12 3n
Proprietor of Eau de Cologne &
TParfumerte-Fabrik Glockengasse No

4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Ferd

PERFECTION STOVE PARTS Please
note that all Perfection Stove parts can



Mulbens, a firm duly organised under|be obtained from RB. M. Jones & Co,
the laws of Germany, Mamnufacturers,]Ltd., White Park Phone 4784
whose trade or business address .s ‘‘4711", 27.11, 52—t.f.n

Germany, has applied for the
ion of a trade mark in Part "A"
ister in respect of Eau de Cologne,

Cologne, - - -
SHOWCASES-—Three mahogany Show-
cases, Can be seen the Advocate








perfumeries, soaps, essential oils, cos-{ Stationery, Broad Street
metics, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and 28.11.52—1n
will be ent.tled to register the same en

after one month from the 10th day of | STOVE—One Belling Flectric Slove in





Deeember 1952 unless some person shalijexcellent condition. Phone 8104

m the meantime give notice in duplicate 10.12.52—3n
te me at my office of opposition of such grignwigalpab patie a .
registration The trade mark ean be STOVES—The famous Florence Stoves

#en on applecation at my office
Dated this 29th day of November, 1952
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
10, 12. 52—3n,

in 2 and 3 burner models

trie Dash
& Co., Tudor Street. Pho: 5

6061

12,52



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‘Prince of Church

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That _FERDIN ole
Lroprietor of 1 &
Parfumerie-Fat G s No
4711 gegehubc fer Pferdey von Ferd
Mvthens, a fir dul inder
the laws of Oe cturers
whose trade or b vide 4711
Cologne, Germany »p for the
registration of a trade ark it "A
of Register in respect of Ea ie Cologne,
nerfumeries i essential oil cos-
meties, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and
will be enttled to registe the same
after One month from the 10th day of
December 1952 niles ome rson all
ia the meantime give notice duplicate
te me at my office of oppc of er
registration The trade \ « 1 be
fen On appl.cation at my office
Dated this 29th day of November, 1952 | 7 o me
H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks ARCHBISHOP Alajzije Stepinac
jo 2 Sn | Cleft), who has been a semi-pris-
== oner in Yugoslavia since his re-

lease from a Communist jail a

POTATOES 8c.
year ago, was among the 24 new

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per lb. Cardinals named by Pope Pius
Bags of 110 Ibs. at $7.70 }}}| Xt, He is Se ort Yugosine ever
Zs = | ‘tobecome a member of the Sacred
DUTCH ONIONS 6c. }}) Gineee oan
per Ib.
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per Ib. gn ) ra
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40c. per Ib. 3
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REAL ESTATE

LAND—2 Roods of
Saint George Butting on

land at Gun Hilt,
lands of H. H



Goring, Charles Pilgrim and ‘Hubert
White nad on Gun Hill For further
particr Ss apply Carrington & De



Lucas Street, Bridgetown
6.12 .62~Tn

LAND—2 Lots of land adjoining each
other, containing respectively 11,600
feet and 12,072 square feet situ-

Blue Waters Terrace, Rockley



vled at
Apply
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO
11.12,52—6n.
The undersigned will offer for sale at
their office No. 17 High Street, Bridge-
town, on Friday, the 19th day of De-
cember at 2 p.m
The messuage or dweilinghouse known
\as HEMPSTEAD with the land thereto
| belonging, containing 2 acres, 3 roods, 23
perches or thereabout, situated at Hinds-
bury Read, Saint Michael
The dweilinghouse contains Verandah
wing and d.ning sitting room,
bedrooms each water. |
Garage, servants mill |
Inspection any on
japplication on the
COTTLE.

rooms,
with running
rooms and water
day after 12 noon
prem ises
CATFORD & CO.
11.12.52—6n.



| RETREAT
| HASTINGS ROAD oppos.te Ocean
| View Hotel, containing closed verandah,
two public rooms, four bedrooms, bath
etc and kitchen. Very suitable for
| conversion into separate apartments, and
{standing on 12,870 sq of valuable
building land
| Water and electric light
| Garage and servants rooms
Dial 8242 for arrangement
The undersigned wil
property for sale ty public
at their office, 17 High
Thursday, 18th December,
COTTLE, CATFORD

services



to inspect.
offer the
competition
Street, on
1952

& CoO.,
Solicitors
9.12. 52—9n.

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AUCTION

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received from the In-
uranee Co,, I wll sell on Friday Decem-
12th at 2 p.m. at the Courtesy Gar-
jage, Whitepark Rd, (1) 1947 30. H.P
Chevrolet Wagon. (Until recentiy the
property of the Police Dept.) (Damaged
jin accident). Terms Cash









VINCENT GRIFFYTH,
Auctioneer
7.12.52—4n
’ ee
PUBLIC NOTICES
NOTICE
Re Estate of
JAMES NATHANIEL JONES
deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that all per-
sons having any debt or claim against or
affecting the estate of James Nathaniel

Jones (deceased) late of Roebuck Street
in the City of Bridgetown in this Island

Retired Police Sargeant who died at
Roebuck Street aforesaid on the 18th
day of February 1951, are requested to
send in particulars of their claims duly
attested to the undersigned LORTON
EDWARDS, Qualified Executor of the
Will of the said James Nathaniel Jones
deceased, C/o Haynes & Griffith, Solic-
itors, No. 12 High Street, Bridgetown,
on or before the 28th. day of February
1953 after which date we shall—proceed
to distribute the assets of the de-
ceased among the parties—entitled there-



to having regard only to such claims
of which we shall then have had no-
tice and we will not be liable for the

assets Or any part thereof so distributed
to any person of whose debt or claim
we shall not then have had notice,
And all persons indebted to the said
Estate are requested to—settle their
indebtedness without delay
Dated this 10th. day of December 1952
LORTON EDWARDS
Qualified Executor of the Will of
James Nathaniel Jones deceased.

Se rnrertet pilllemninegpentidsneneneseeecnetangpesemeneneastigiss

TAKE NOTICE

LIGHTNING (and device)
That LIGHTNING FASTENERS LIMIL
TED, a British Company whose trade
or business address is Imperial Chemica
House, Millbank, London, S.W.1, Eng-
Jand, has applied for the registration of
4 trade mark in Part “A” of Register
ip respect of sliding clasp fasteners, and
wil’ be entitled to register the saine
after one month from the 10th day of
December 1952 unless some person shal
in the meantime give notice in duplicate
to me at my office of opposition of suct
registration The trade mark can be
seen on application at my cffice
Dated this 29th day of November, 1962.
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
10.12. 52-—3n



WALVO (and device)

That N. V. SHERA RADIO, a company
organized and existing under the laws of
the Kingdom of The Netherlands, whose
wade or business address js Hofweg 7,
The Hague, (The Netherlands), has ap-
pled for the registration of a trade mark
in Part “A” of Register in respect of
apparatus and devices for wireless tcle-
phony and telegraphy, clectronic tubes,
ond will be ent.tled to register the su



after one Month from the 10th da
December, 1962, unless some person 5
in the meantime give notic n dup!

cate to me at my office of oppos.tion of
such registration. The trade mark can
Dated this 25th day of November, 1952.
be seen on application at my office
H. WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trade Marks
10.12. 52—3n.

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

J. Smith and



The application of Jol:
Livingstone A. Smith, shopkeepers of
Suttle Street, holders of Liquor Leense
no, 623 of 1953 granted to John J. Smith
in respect of a board and shingle shop
with shedroof attached at Mapp Hill
St. Michael, for permission to use sad
Liquor License at Gibbs Grocery, Suttle
Street, City
Dated this 9th day of

G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist A

JOHN SMITH
per Applican’
NB.—This application will be co
sidered at a Licensing Court to be hed

Decembe 192,

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at Police Court, Dist. “A” on Mon
the 22nd day of December, 1952 at
o'clock a.m.
G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘A
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1952



TAKE NOTICE

Cuban Sugar)
Surplus For
Britain?
LONDON.
the House of Commons, on
Thursday, November 20th, Mr.
Norman Dodds, (Labour, Dart-

ford) asked the President of the
Board of Trade what further dis-



That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole proprietor of Eau de Co! e and Par-
fumerie-Fabrik Glockengasse No, 4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Mulhens,
a firm duly orgenised under the laws of Germany, Manufacturers, whose trade a
business address is “4711", Cologne, Germany, has appLed for the registration of
a trade mark in Part “A” of Register in respect of Eau de Cologne, perfumeries,
soaps, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions, and dentifrices and will be entitled
to register the same after one month from the 10th day of December, 1952,
unless some person shall .n the meantime give notice in duplicate to me at my
office of opposition of such registration. The trade mark can be seen on application

In

cussions have taken place with [oy omce
Cuba since July with a view to Dated this 29th dey of November 1952 wr!
obtaining some of the surplus si k

- ade rks.
sugar available in return for sterl- ecncmodina orp ig 52—2n,

ing to be spent in the country and
with what result.



(ee

OVERNMENT NOTICES

Attention is drawn to the Defence (Control of Drug and Patent
and Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order, 1952, No. 10 which will be
published in the Official Gazette of Thursday, 11th December, 1952.

2. Under this Order the maximum retail selling price of “One A
Day Tablets” is as follows: —

Mr. Mackeson, Secretary for
Overseas Trade replied: “There
have been no such discussions,”

Mr. Dodds ssked: “Is the hon.
gentleman aware that at the In-
ternational Sugar Conference last
month, in London, the Cuban
representatives said that from a
huge surplus of sugar they would



aon



like to sell 500,000 tons to Britain | — eens Saree eer a reeset one
at three-pence a pound? If it i: ITEM UNIT OF SALE MAXIMUM
the question of dollars could we RETAIL PRICE
net have fewer cigars —— oo os
sugar?. Sugar should haven thefOne A Day Tablets .. Smell sized bottle "88
highest priority.” dao Medium ,, x $1.99

“The hon. Gentleman asked me do Large $3.34





and the answer is No,” Mr. Mack-
eson said.. “With regard to the
question of payment in inconvert-
ible sterling, the trouble is that
we would simply build up a con-
tingent liability later on,”

Mr, Profumo, . (Conservative,
Stratford - upon - Avon) said
“Could we not get the sugar if
we paid in gold, which we might
save by stopping the importatior
of sugar ‘substitutes from the
Continent.”

Mr. Madkeson replied: “No, sir.
If we did we should be damaging

11.12.52—In..



UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES
BARBADOS EXHIBITIONS 1952

The Examination for two (2) Barbados Government Exhibitions
tenable at the University College of the West Indies will be con-
ducted in Barbados by the University College in consultation with

the Director of Education, and will consist of:— 5
(i) a written examination to be held in the week beginning

Monday, February 28rd, 1953,
Candidates must be:—





our trade with Europe severely. (a) under twenty (20) years of age on the 31st January
BU. 1953;
(b) Natives of this island; or
Sangh (c) Children of a native of this island; or
+ (d) Children of persons who are domiciled and have been

” BRASS ROLLS
IN FOR
GOLDEN BOY

LONDON,
sill Hirst, heaving a happy sigh
—ea sigh expressing relief and sat-
isfaction — said te me: “Well, our
little venture into the gold market
looks as though it is going to pay
rich dividends.” And then he sat
down to enjoy his Saturday tea.
Bill Hirst? He is secretary of

the Leeds Rugby League club.

resident in this island for a period of not less than
ten (10) years.

Candidates will be required to produce with their applications,
Birth Certificates together with certified statements declaring that
they have been receiving their education for the past three (3) years
in this colony and that their moral character and general conduct
are satisfactory.

Applications for admission as candidates of Barbados Geovern-
ment Exhibitions must be sent to the Director of Education, Educa~
tion Office, The Garrison, St, Michael, not later than Friday, 23rd
January 1953.

Applicants for admission as candidates fer Barbados Government
Exhibitions must also forward direct to the Registrar of the University
College of the West Indies, Jamaica, their Applications for Entrance
to the University College. The closing date for applications for
Entrance is 3lst January 1953.

N.B. Forms of Application for Entrance to the University Col-
lege and particulars of the necessary qualifications for Matriculation,
and an outline of the courses available must be obtained from the
Registrar of the University College, Jamaica, or from the Resident
Tutor, Extra Mural Department, Boys Scouts Headquarters, Beckles
Road, St. Michael, or from the Director of Education
Department of Education,

26th November, 1952.

He and team manager Ken
Dalby last week made a 500 miles
round trip by car in 33 hours to
invest £6,000 of hard-earned York-
shire brass in the Golden Boy of
the Welsh valleys, 21-year-old
Lewis Jones,

Secretary Hirst had just seen
Lewis perform very creditably in
his first 13-a-side game, And he
had checked the Leeds attendance
figures,





Said Bill: “Over the last four —
years average attendance at a
ie match has been Y99999999999S9S

yn Wis pulled in another, ¥ We have decided to discontinue the sale of Radios and have—
7,000 %

And that meant £500 plus on 3 2 only Beroom models, and
the receipts pel handy start to- % 1 only Radlogramme
wards the repayment of Lewis's $ which we are selling at bargain prices, if you want —
world record signing-on fee, x Buy to-day—to-morrow might be too late.

are a financial reckoning
went on, down in the Leeds dress- x
ing room, as unconcerned as if} § CENTRAL EMPORIUM
just in from a training spell, was
the Golden Boy, himself quietly! desig vn netting rsa twaadlas
pecking his kit, helped by brother | %346%696++6666+666%5966999099099996060099

‘ DODDDDOOHGOOO™

_Was he worried over the respon-~
sibility of being Rugby League's
costliest-ever player? Not a bit.
Said Lewis, sensibly: “Leeds
think I’m worth it- The club ar
better judges than I am.” ;

Modestly he admitted that he
has a lot to learn. “This League
code is a new game to me, I've
only ever seen one match -—- an

BARBADOS

BOYS’ AND GIRLS’

international at Swansea some
years ago- ( LUBS
“But my new skipper Arthur

Clues took me out in the morn-
ing and showed me the essentials.
I was lucky being at full-back as
I had little to do and was able to
watch and note points. I think by
the time I move up to my real
position in the centre [ll have
the hang of it.”

With £6,000 at the bank and the
possibility of earning more than
£1,000 a year—he is to take a job
and play professional cricket as
well as Rugby — Lewis certainly
has a golden future

His only concern is whether the
Headingley crowd will like him.
Let me reassure you, Lewis, they
certainly did against Keighley for
the two tries you made and the
seven goals you kicked, —L.E.S

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ret ‘ e inte ‘ is they could have but South Africa began the
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port 1 from another camp | half hours for his 67 and Funstor
HARRISON COLLEGE’S AQUATICS TO-DAY jhitting at ae ything loose it
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Aqu Club, Unfortunately, because of domestic reasons no|tecord their first win over
pectators will be allowed but it is hoped that the usually high stand-| tralia in 42 years
rd of rivalry and competition will be maintained gut they reckoned without
1 have always entertained a soft spot for Harrison College and|lindwali. MeGlew had _ added
Queen’s Colle ho have ,pioneered aquatics for schools in this}OMly two to his overnight score
Island, Year after year they have done their bit towards encouraging | before being palpaply lb.w. to
the youngsters to “take to the wate: jthe fast bowler. Funston con-
Barback with its rich natural facilities for staging aquatics|tinued his pirited resistance
hould take a lead from the boys and girls of Harrison College and| before being deceived by John-

Queen's College, respectively, Let us wish them a good day of sport.'!son into giving a catch to Lang-





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By PETLR WILSON

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has established himself as No. 1 contender for Randolph ~ hen
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Ansell Adams, Pompee’s stable, Thom withstood the barrage for ~~ @
t is high on the list for ajnearly six rounds before he wa
crack at the heavyweight crown, | forced to retire with blood stream- é
anc i the third of the trio, Rolly) ing out from a gash over his ey¢ HrFin 7 > .
Blyce, is in the forefront in the} Constance, if he is a ‘killer’ in FINZ \ egetable Salad in Mayon-
featherweight division the ring, is just the opposite naise is a deli i o cha:
t . &, : sa delightfu 5 > of ;
How another ‘star of the In-|putside it. His manner is shy and ; ghtful mixture of choice
es’ has loomed on the horizon| retiring, About the only time he vegetables, diced, cooked and blended
vho has it in him to outshine all! opens his mouth is to eat, ritk re a
the others, He is welterweight! In appearance he looks like a with HEINz delicious Mayonnaise. Ir
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Hector has soon made his pres-| termined expression, His body + ence felt. He has been in Britain beautifully propor tiqned., His Dake plete meal, or you can offer it as a
just two months, and has had! fel chest and his lithe, yet power- j regetal : ,
Mi: , ‘~~ + ¢ ne fight. But he has ‘already been! ful, limbs stamp him as a true vegetable with cold meats.
4 J anagel Sialisfied tipped as the next Empire Welter) 4thlete Buy H ty t
\ i hampion All Rounder wy HEINZ Vegetable Salad in May-
Arrangeme Ss For on his showing at the Em- As a boy he excelled at all Onnaise stl :
n € Hall last week against for-! sports, cricket football, sprint eS today!
r mer Empire champion Wally ing, volleyball, tat ten: an
- Thom, the young West Indian even snooker By indulgi: in
INDON, Dec. 10 howed that there are few menj,all the different sports Hect
- ur denial fro in the country, or indeed in the! established wonderfu co-or-
i le world flyweighi| world, who could stand up to/dination of “mind over muscle
Cyo Shirai him, Against Thom, a fighter with!Then he developed tt muscle
€ to defenc title experience of many title fights,;by many hours of braking rock
Alle ff London Hector, who has been boxing as!and stones with a sledge hammer
Alle a er id h i professional for only two years, i
fectly ied t rrange- |S00n showed that what he lacked | | It was four years ago that he |
, : ’ : ’ in experience he more than made |!!rst took up boxing as an ama-|
up for in natural ability teur. He turned professional two
After net oe | years later, As soon as he joined |
eit then an : Thom is a ‘southpaw’ and a | the paid ranks it was his am-,
re via Sos , os man who leads with his right|bition to come to England He|
: e Sra oe ~ often worries experienced men.|would have come eighteen months!
a ae . ey But Hector displayed the ring-jago with Pompee, Adams and
_ . Although no craft of a veteran, and was not|Blyce, but he did not have the
eas een, Signed ‘jin the slightest degree flurried-|money. So every time he fought
ear iext weel He bobbed and weaved in the|he put away some of his prize
It iV] ; All true American style, and fre-|money towards the fare And
I ill be gned Alle a ‘ ' : od ;
Shir: 1 their respective we. auently Thom’s punches just hit|after 16 fights he finally made it
1per offices “Sharpe said Mad te empty air, )Now he is out to make up for
Taji representative of the ne Bolo Punch [lost time.
paper Yomiuri Shimbun had be By contrast his own punching) Hector lives with Pompee, his
} tiat f aha ey Tee was a revelation, There is not a|friend from boyhood days, and
legollating ) > > 2 . : . : | ”
a oe tie ances ¢ ROU, ye ay, fighter in Britain of his weight'the other two Trinidadians, in a
ware wim Wicks manager of the’ who packs as much power. And|house on the outskirts of Lon-
British Empire filyweight chain= he produced a ‘bolo’ punch the/don They frequently spar to-
pion Jake Tuli of South Africa like of which has not been seen/|gether, and have become knowr
pressin he British Boxing Boa ince the American Ike Williams|as the four black aces Hector
of ( ontrol to su port Pulis, cla blasted his way to the world | looks like becoming the ace of Esto 1869
for a world title bout with Shi lightweight championship five | trumps
—U.P years ago, —L-E.S.
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| years ago even the fantastic mind| from the mighty Don flashed past at ois P bees = i Ss
of H, G, Wells could not have goalkeeper Tommy Younger THE BARBAD x x Tropical White S’ Marine Paints »
imagined Highbury Stadium, lit| Tommy, who is at present serv-| ‘ . ADOS % & A superior white for 8 x
' t f by the brilliant aura of flood-|ing with the forces in Germany, AQUATIC CLUB ss \s exterior and interior Dry _ a hard %
] : , Fan s the number of cut eyes? light for Arsenal's match!|was specially flown home for the! ¢ ¢ |¢ 5 haa ; enamel finish, %
Te aie ; sale’ Tr in o ir ce h d al’s i a ally 2 " use. Does not dis- ht . %
Is If since Wembley has not been 101 per cent. full for an zainst Scottish Leagu cham-|match. He must have wondered (Local & Visiting Members x 1% oeiaur ° - White. Cream, and »
international professional Soccer match, and will it be full At the. present moment 60; a Eithbarniat whether his journey was really} Only) % % . Green y
on November 12 (England v. Wales) and November 26|gloves are used for all profe “y ; Inecessary. For good measure in-| % | . R x Mati Flat >
(England v. Belgium)? sional fights in this country Hibs, the pride of Scotland,'side left | Lishman popped in a Through the courtesy of % > atinto : e %
Even in these days of inflation brought with them a reputation couple Centre forward Reilly the British Council ther st xg Wall Paints Concrete Floor %
[ cannot visualise many Soccer| Knew very well that the Arsenal- Mills wants 602. gloves for fl whigl matched the lights|scored a consolation goal for | will be a FILM SHOW in x % White, Cream, Paints *
Winittire belt * to pay| Hibernian floodlit match was to| weights (up to 8st.), bantam i n l ce. North of the border ! ¢1)} the Ballroom on Friday, &|# Green \
oo. 10 e we ld turn ot televised, waited until after|to 8st, 6lb.), and feather-weig they are regarded as not only the| ® December 12th, at 8,30 p.m. x < Bright Red, Grey, %
to. be “just another football|the game to protest about it? (up to 9st.); Toz. ones for ligt Scottish champions, but the} Duke Watches i? u *% 1% Natural Metallic Green ~
r atch.” 1 anot bi weights (up to 9st, 91b.), welte champions 6f Great Britain | | The programme includes: x Primer ~
natch, Members f tle Football st. 7 ‘ j oa BRITIS YEWS; FOR sy ini $ >
— aes ‘i D aa he | (upto 10st. 7b.) and middle- ; } The match, played in aid of eae H NEWS; FOR ALL § |% ie AAA: Ob Metal Aluminium Paint %
For the Cup Final—certainly, | +* is t o ich a8 oa re id weights (up to Ilst. 6lb.); wile No Boast |the National Playing Fields Asso-| $ th ral: pack’ an KE | For Metal o $
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For England vs. Scotlanx y m u cannot understand | goz. muffers - the stan i ss ia ‘ ratche. ; . Duke! @ . 1 ; y
na the Welsh n are ‘paeh s how they could feel that a flood-| weight for amateurs—reserved. {i This is no boast made in sheer | ° eo pecs Ai ie My he % (Swimming); BORDER % Anticorrosive Woodwork x
ae sh it te’ thd P incipality’s lit match which clearly does | cryiser-weights (up to 12st, Tit partisat ae Mae Ts oe Asaeetatinn : Pech % ee (Weaving of Scot- $ % Paints s
oon ; were) Saees not interfere with any other Sith aati FP to winning the Scottish League |‘ . ® tish Cloth); SONG OF THE @ | % ° , rmanen :
first visit to Wembley and local Rn ANy “taeanis Martie nate and heavyweights championship for the past two ae et Ss i) % CLYDE (Glasgow and its & $ Many attractive The Sign of Perma t Green x
pride may fill the stands ial : ns they have also beaten| The 55,000 spectators, who! $ Rivers): COLOU eee ae Colours Quality Paint ~
Bit Becton h. uh. I doubt}/®ome under their jurisdiction Talking to me on the subject nha na. Manehe ster|Payed nearly £12,000 for the] ¥ Dy St OUR (British 1% Y
u u in, t —s rf £ ‘ nam he >S aa : ae iy " y yes). *. . e »
1 very mi doubt it Isn't 1% time. that. the Football Mills said It seems fant lited, English « pions for the privilege, provided further proof, S 2 x W k H Ltd >
i contd be polaved out that it Aleta Peo POstBANme that you get Tee Ea it any were needed, that seccet | Nfembers are condiaaty 8 WHKINSON aynes Co., Ltd. :
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ing-side i I eningliner at -rneeviber - should |S@me weight gloves as the 1 it left Don Roper,|End theatre production has come] % smi a) ab Phone 4456. ys
BR ‘ (rer : : et us Joe Baski used n he al brightest st: 1/to stay 1S R 1% »
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twice as jong Mills Plan With it, for most cut eyes result

from previous scar tissue reopen-

Why Wait? I SHOULD like to know if}ing, and the original damage,
‘ there is anything in ex-world’s|my experience, is done by an
I SHOULD like to know cruiser-weight champion andj qptponent’s head But 1 am
wt he Football I gu vho current promoter Freddie Mills’s| against trying anything.—L.E.S

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lin'RSfi \\ Ml i EMBU II. is;,;; IIOIIIXIHIK \II\IK Ml l'\(.l I REPORT OF SALARIES COMMISSIONER I tllppOlt tllC !' .iHii uit M mtai are fed at the hospital* in Trinidad. As regards (HI) equitable that as the 'rested when thij an %  As retards |iv>. tvj and (vl> I am unable to support the requests us officers of similar Main] w allowances in Trinidad. (B) IJVINti OIT ALLOWANCES Nurse*, who cannot be accommodated at the llo'pilal HosteU. have asked thai their weeklv allowance of M be increased. The corresponding allowance in Trinidad Is $15 monthly therefore see no reason for Increasing the allowance. (C) LAINDRY \LIOWAMCB8 (I) The nursethai their wtvklv ance of $1.20 be to I1.S0. 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Clothing ..I the Hospital f v. %  Dw %  %  II 1 would I R i H at the rate of I4c. %  fitl making ..M final .., ked f.r years under s. i n(en „ ., oai man* ncultlta ind inara lions and ffr the R*" I"* ,1ri1 A, "> • A imv .%  Rhlna chief, Of n ^ 1 ,*""JJ l 21SE Lrcctkm in am pan incraaaingdj ahthkes it. .HIIMIH (1 , h( | Tha Britbtn ban apt>rars m tact Ue.ir.-i. iK.liec In all cilies, to be a normal retaliation i %  name lines as the r*atneU0N I and Huhr rs undo) M.enti. plaead on rewnm t ., ... rmbord cd uu sovwt i the tirst Theie i* M indication et thai ... iise to instltul A. 38. The l lendul that %  hour in iru Action Against Red Army its in MS M\nn\ Ti.e urni-h Keuon mam Hm BONN movamtnli in tkw .,, u, sritoo Oerman) i %  tj-mj llrltlsh M I it pot *nn under i I h %  %  II. Nil-hl IhltV AIIOMiiliie To Inspector Of Waterworks the %  %  e.ied. ERPOI %  The v, i er E omd that an allowance trf I2-4U •_.,.!, s-„,. per annum be paid to Inspectors ]„ paragraph -Il of m; 10 %  i • ,.< uSe 2411 lime monthly. 1 cannot support ,, ritr ,| thnl I %  Of overt. T I insignincant and 1 have stated iawwhar unad I ra ajroad) <"o high. i 1052 imit %  %  %  (2) Medical officers, who by the terms .,f their appointment are entitled to frag furnished quarters, state that they .ire given an allowance equivalent lo 10^ of their salaries, if thev are not provided with quarters. I suggest that the Trinidad regulation quoted hereunder might be considered l" Governp^r* wto'tSmlrMTVCtan """""Where — —— ""^ '" ,S,rlcl dullCS nly Ai-rictllUinil Instruclors 35. An allowance at the rate of 1140 payal la i K b of the Instructors in charge at six Agricultural stations. Th.'v h..vr •>qiaWtCd that the allowance be increased to $480 The %  ii | .-ident Inprop) structors In view of ndihtional ml responsibilities and IncrMacd working time ns cornChaplains Of InstitlllMMIs wm %  Chopi MISCKLLANKOI'S lain ..( the Hous. %  •) Aaaambb SUBJECTS ... racanil] in %  i Tllloel I i ltt ''' Asaociation Pmvis,..,: to Chaplains. ,ie fa] the Act. As these matter, aie OVtaMa nulai ban In tha aVwlharn Hii', Ihe Hvi.su.tu li.r-i n i entiy baan complain %  M Ma v MI-*HHI In tsmdam. banatvar, ira to be anxiou. N of ilieii l.uge-scalc mlllH M| my enqmrv I do not nunant thereon married officer ANOMALIES There is only 01 I "which WM i-:it wUti W tt* nd Turner's Committee, that I >•*•' ... .lew uf the fact that thev were .j„ 1(i i(t |. i ( %  > < % % %  rents non-Government furnproc iuded from keeping their ..wn ,. mmr nt L |i U that of ''' H !" 1 ished quarters at a monthly pIoduce RRr dens and from the ma „,. r lpf the Hoy* PoundatWfl rental WMtadl ng jlW U^agatC ,,„,,„,„ of keeping small liveJSo5 itOC* |, na heeti pointed out that it adequate reason for I9 ^^ ,,„ ,„,. ,„,„,., H aad%  gards the Chaplain Of 'he of Aaai al % %  "• %  i of the I Houaa whether the allowance for th this hi.i i "I"' creased. Prd Ai' %  h T-frenti-i. redfrom which the Rua.'. %  niflan II, |. *j RB) ind Roflnl Air I I % %  %  %  %  %  %  .|,i> and niKhl dtlta ' knowi :., Rhlna. ddvaaoaajnanl an i •>( the ! % %  %  vuml ..ml M.utheni RhllW The, • ,.,i to escort him in i even more than in the iinn-h i ..iii. .. uru-flt-acala eon I of alrflalda, dapota, Radoi natal off from tin lUhir) 1'i.ui.H baa laaan in. .iitractt in ptograaa far lauMthni This na ii in fact tha %  ularn end •• i. UJ %  utian i i'i ,u i; : %  as fi Dordeauoi gnd other %  %  nald far Jet alrcrafl French porta.—LK.JX TinPANTHER IPANK: per centum monthly wlary and 5/12 per centum of the estimated valuo of the furniture ordinarily |ir< vlded for an officer of hi. K ade renting Govern.neti' rnished quarters, the monthly allowance shall — reason fi mg the %  025L_ 1 __ % master with a responslbllit) ORDERLIES AT f.OVF.KNi,. v ,.„. l( 0 f MHU par annum to ; > IIAKHF.IN. ivrsian Cult Nothing like it had ever hapi i %  South Africa May Have Early I'oils SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay MF.NT HOUSE 3o. The pi brnla 8* fat .commended that the allowance; Mb lasses As Medicine Thi rnora than tha : had navai In mv an amma i. Neither men So, before Such II |HiMtlol \M MAIL NOTICES i I %  III I-,,.,— u •ar as compared with the two > r„ (IlUll Ant.r-. M !" I, cadj andI slipped outol he auN II %  1 M v craft. The panic began al a m. vious yer>; and If be is aware the difficulty of %  eeunns ">'* i had they nut to luck il "I. shown two othen tan h grlppe-i Iht %  IO ;| "i and nm^d.s uu locked. The n W? %  raa on Ihafi *u to London by plant. i %  „,(,-. morning darkness, it had broken from ill if the JOIIANNsBBURO, DtB i %  while ihi No Pure Race I <>N III >N na pure raw tli.I i ,. %  .,1 .1 Mi.'|. .il. .Hi.i unchanaaeb %  i i NaaX i • pamphlat pub1 'union. .if three anihropoloajtati i two An mm, M %  m neh) What Is a 1 bits bant at racial pro p aaa n dlal i tu i. high) i .1 lest .ii non-technieal that %  -i% Mtl *i I-IKI.% IHh D ,,.nihl> f'i .l-.m. i 0 S. Corona. IStl 1 I'M Capiain J Ra l.i D. Co*1* a Co L Sf.wcll %  milh. Sir <; si |4 a s.1.1. r suHoy land. I'--. ora. D. OK Mil), O HII H s mj N dlty for domestic use; ana, jK^fSiiJi. -, or the tnadaclnal molasses. If he will undertukc to ui.ii i a P ,. in e mi adequate supply. \M Major Uoyd George, Minister -— „„ .' rood, ltd in hi reply: I aaK \TI-S Of EXCHANGE Milne the lion. Men I,. : %  % %  -t.-r i ing ^, Ung s ,„ roRK !>.•( black molasses lmp< rl i .. ( %  ... %  t separately racvnatd M odtcial statistics.. Import onsumpUoti j, i %  Iv perm tted Ironi the lea sterling area and if there is dimw cully in aacurmi supplh trans on the ;* H na of Import I uiidersUiml that licences to Import more than MO to) been Issued SO far I BIT. | ii..n reeli .v irdad m Uu bauaf ;,. .i Malan gad by the Chuich | iectran iM-lween language. :t and AaaanH attaehi popul man descends from apes an . IMM 111 |l l-'ll ;. srawini staadllj rnora unpopuAnd H claimn that mix* i .. > %  %  iII .ii . .ieid nonaora abnormal m „ ti. %  prat gdy children red. A' behind the nsaladjuotrnanta of muted marriage progeny, it says, have social, not a m tmmt %  general tie Uon i ihi il Both man ."iii mm I %  D 11, | iiiman % %  in %  % %  aesddad MalanV tha pantphwt, -juang framaoomn,inii.d Al Khalifa, rulei voter by race in ,„„„ stock and are now at Us* aftd ,h, our-.i whfn n, nrape was revealed the transport was about to laavi TI"' ntWI l>ie,i,| like wildlli through the island. I H !'. [vnw.~i D"'t. *) ? lo* i' ceasp i %  sv Pi i \s*iiS i' 1 %  i -. 10 P. Bahiatn Excelleni eral eon search I ;intli< i • '' M,. ..... %  i ap. Kl .'inke Prosince ..no "is itiii lo .i Rlfh I'mt! ..' %  tha pollea, %  i M|-ennr to F island. .. i .. % % %  • BUY NOW, There will be a rush jor I emataw hu %  •• "'"•' %  lUlg Then, al I I .1 how he | %  k .IMII. .! tin." i snehored -*! shore. An SI %  boat, waldnl Uu which snarled, hissed sheathed it dawn. A marksman shot it dead. I JJ.I. Register evolutionary process from -hi. n the monkeys and later ape-. %  i all mtlhana of years ag'i Of charts show that heied ilU are not psed on i>; • by mtnutP particle Ballad gene-.' Skin colouis are ..ii i iiy gene* and some beHave, the pamphlet Use "white" i aa n an narh ..m-in %  i .. wdlan iii" A NEW SHIPMENT JUS! OPENED AT LOW PRICES; l.nvplv desdfni in Plastic and Oil Cloth suitable for Table Cloths for the Season, also fancy Cotton Floral Tuble Cloths. i N tatrtdble JI A. E. TAYLOR LTD. DIAL 4IIW. WhrriQu.lilir. arc HIGH nnd PRICKS LOW. Worn by mn for Contort, Quality and Stvle. th>' vrry best Selcctiun ot JOHN WHITE CASUALS in Brown and White. Brown Suede, Brogue. Box Oxford. Tan Willow Oxfords, also Two-tone Brorjues prices varying from $8.43 $11.83 Best Quality GEORGE WEBB SHOES: Casuals In Brown With leather Si Crepe-Soles, also Brogues and Dress Shoes Prices varying from I r B i. %  tefuear* hi tha only lory o* Uta rad%  British Industries, the md mOBI innuential assola f British rnanutacturars, ^ng"Jj, g^-r. I rtdard ''•' u "" %  '[ rui *' ">"-• Bnlisn %  JPhhrt states. I. beln kan d.mrn by inler-marrMge. itwn A '"' %  r arp-up In y ii i ' % %  %  %  -.. In hi roreword. Sir AitftuaM cultural and aaooomii barriai Apparently the panthei t ,, ,,,,. .,„ ,. f Spllleis I.til i. rhaiue and ax prejudices dorr(%••, I while the tide was not. with f)f .^uperjor tultii" the %  lown tO lha bes F.BJ Itegister of Into the on tr to sleep S1372 S17.90 Thv Smalt SetT* trilh Ntttt Jim i/tii > • tie /.Off* /*"•>#* DIAL Bsaaaasal m; IL.hreln surrounded it. l %  And Ii skin i to he CUM i pataea. ] %  .! Md lu limns. Otddren low the fld\.iii -•< Virol and 'v> >n they A ways take it wtllinglv they gat the uunost rtcneftt from aa aghadasaai. Here she comes—the new Baby from No. 101 Oh, do lei me have a peep . Iin'l she simply lovely—and how like her Daddy! No, no, she's Mummy's girl—look at her eyes! . Baby Joan doesn'i worry—she has her happy contented smile for everyone, but is longing to get home again for another warm, comforting drink of the Cow a Gate Milk Food that is doing her so much good. COW & GATE SUSB DfatOODoP i B LESLIE & Co., ltd ROYAL UAbHiS Agonls perl parnphlet points out that vrbathei oaant < iittaroa arUI continue t. H'.irill V. .11 (lepenrl ..11 vu'h forte .iiomii*. Releneo It *ay<, allown no bio' supposing that i>e. %  %  thi WhlU elvllisalton Is leading in terhnl--il • I at h .ipiitmle for teel nil .1 .11 IM 4 MM RagUtor "What isaltaec*" isbasedon )he{ 'work oi rVofaasor 1. c Dunne ta and aarrtoaa wtnm r,.iumhi;i tfnivennty. USA pi i '• Cll Oti le lUtf^,„„ otto Kllnenerl of the same r fi.fpgi F.B.I. nwinlier fimunlvenUtr nnd Professor Mlehel under more than V0O nl|>hatieii. | -1I( „, ,^ Mtisee He I'homn.e. — I.K.H. %  ; %  mslated inin IVanch and have re%  '1 ren< f Barbados t'Jo-Op Cotton Factory xlT y> Shotrrooni SOaaaldM falMTni lor Dan.us^iis '.nstantlv %  .ROME. Dec. H. I %  .[-rt lljalCOrnmlSrn*r Sehaehl, lefi by air for Dm. %  ving whai he % %  1 f< rence an ortwiai invtaai el ihe utBehacht, irhoaaa I'ope Pi u* xil the Vauean > %  I lade in that it provides a planned to retur T 1 r. — NF.W OFFICF. SITE : inTCT of gejrn a from Itathsheba >?*„.,!:. *K "-'"" 'n the '• I do that %  id I w'll A Uaall) U the I Hat Ihough UV Af*mbl' I not ftil!.i : %  %  M, by I resolution whi.-.d inf. Thu step Ls being taken so thatl fiows that its work -is sn nd ."^ M reesurer would 1 ,e U not w' ftp,, be in a more central ( -a4tlo factory—I'.r. m M auns lull t*u> the panh. Il > i ookin^ .mil ; liiikini: lime . \\v ** huvr new L* i^. fyhurners KEROSENE 1 COOKERS ^ a single Inuner ;ii >T N nd rrgM rroin |MJI 1 I klag Seta v^ %  ad averytMna; 5 lo nmke Xinas\ time in the *J Itllchcej reiilly orlhliile BaklM v Mixing Bowk *.il a B % % % y *.'ss.;'.:'*w.%%::*,',::-. \



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F'\(.i i ui i: li Mill Mm-. AllVot \TI mi i:-i. v-v nil I MBER II. W BA^ADOSiA ADVOCATE I Inn..I.i > % %  %  I..-. II. 1932 M \\S IICOJI llltllAIV IIIII IOIMIIV THIS Mm unit is tat. The visit is due to itie enterprise ol British Wee. Indian Air* I and publicity commits i %  ".•operating to i H successful. tourism lo.ml. after suyar, the and is the only which tail be expanded to any I %  u b I i c i t y which mr lif obtained freely or \)^nse ol private] enterprise is to i' there is COM important which ought to be forcibly to iitattention ol the \isititu; Rim unit. The Island SUIT-TS overmuch nnd has inn)! suffered fnun a repulabttng Mat snd uniiitercstiriq sceni rally This tradition is due largely t< the fact that the hotel industry in Barbados has been mainly concentrated in the district and the proprietors of t hen hoteli have always boosted up the luperior attraction! ol Hasting! %  the reel oi the Island Bel introduction *>t the motor car and before the riblum dew I Hastings this claim was far mon 1 justified than it is today. But the motor car and tiv able Barbadian roads which provide the mi.ion,t with .i total number of driving it ., the distance between Trinidad and back have made the beauty of the hill country of Barbados accessible tO everyone. None the less today there persists among thousands of Barbadians the idea that Bar.i very Mat island and many per• i.ld find it difficult to describe the Scotland diSirUt t"i the vary *.-... reason that they have never visited it. Bathsheba and Morgan Lewis remain the two major attractions of the ex unionist! who always travel along the beat known routes. "It is possible." wrote James Stark, a visitor from Boston, In S History and Guide published In 1909, "to spend considerable time in the vicinity of Bridgetown and to leave Barbados under the impression that there is little oi nothing IH 'he Way 04 good country to he seen. On entering the district of Scotland, however, it is as if one had been suddenly transferred to a different island. The coral formation has disappeared the colour of the soil is different and there arc many lulls." Barbados cannot hope to compete with Granada, Dominica, St, Kmor Ifbntsar i.it for grandeuf of scenery because the majority of the island is of coral formation but the island is forlunute in having in the Scotland district as it unTolds itself from the peaks of lit Hillaby. D lSSO X Chalky Mount or from the road running between Canetield and SturgSS, views that can be compared with some of the finest in the world. How often are these wonderful views noticed by those who t.ike films of the island? How often has the lovelyCove Bay been projected on the screens? Can anyone remember having seen n film showing the interior of Turner Hall Woods, the magnificent avenue ol trees planted on Cherry Tree Hill, the lovely old homes of Nicholas Abbey and Farley H.U? Has it occurred to any one to film the interior of St. George's Church with its painting by Benjamin West, and memorials sculpted by Westmacott and Nollekens? The exterior of St. John's Church cannot escape notice because of the rale* ologus tomb which is easily remembered. but has it BV occurred to anyone to shoot pictures from tlie road leading down to Bath and looking up to where the flag flies OVei St John*! Church perched on a summit? Barbados, geologically speaking, Is composed of tWO islands but from a tourist viewpoint the hilly Island has greater value because it offers spooler contrasts than the coastal itripe, Even In St Philip the country looks more attractive looking down from the District C Police Station or from the top of Ragged Point Lighthouse than it looks, say. between the Crane Hotel and Sam Lord's Castle. The grounds of Sam Lord's Castle are so well kept that they deserve to be recorded on feral feel of tilm but a fourposter bed and a close up of the intricate tracery ol the Ceiling inside would be of especial Interest to visitors. Sandy Lane's itnanoil. beach with its glorious green vegetation running devoi to the water*! edge and Gibb's Beach surrounded by oleanders and towering eaauarinae • ought not to DO forgotten nor should some of the new elegant mansions of the "Gold Coast" ba overlooked; but Martins Bay and Bath clothed with acres of casuarinas and nestling under the towering rlirT which reaches almost to the sea will also charm those for whom the Hun Is Intended If a visitor arrived li and entered the nd District vis Cherry Tree Hill Without other part of the island, he could spend considerable time there and Sy with the impression that the ; %  as (ul| of steep hills • %  and wild M-U It would be wrong for the tilm unit to take Sims which gave only an tion of this kind, but it would parti i than over-en | hundreds have done and show only the flatness of the island The charm ol Barbados Is to be found in the diversity of natural scenery to be found in so small an Island. of metal* and other tee a chance to carry out lons..i io their | %  ,,i, f %  .[ihr *;' %  cw abroad "(ten reinaric %  bignatl people let* ou '"*•' %  MatuSe than 'hey had tion per r<-fei to > V-bnnStni ' fr lundins* wi'1 I crwin pi t.ibles and %  thmca. two lo U '.y OV4 i %  '' j 't ni.. cam .• A ( %  %  | • of m. OS >> %  >•uon i* M rved n HM T". n el Laweon %  •. and other i ild not tu any normal ataad, pn t-tta% rn.in. Now we are 1<>1,I ihat the head "" "" *"~ *./ '?*£** of ihr average man m Brilaln has lXWDON „ %  la* S.IMII.III J4tn s Hevan, d"d hii wild mai • make capital out of Brttaln'i read) pub! three per cent Industrial produrTha mat the i over Hip months They Uy the blaa %  I 11 on the Tory 1 %  %  %  durini: Ihe aa*U i•all abroad gooda Urn' below the tra-1ition.il 'Mwie Britain' standard Witii money li home r %  %  and at hitch pn<*s too, .ill i .. had It ao mitt ihe i ' %  "! The Tories now I em* her%  : ration. with It ah well as can be il ited and peeled Oversea* counting posed trade restrictions, whua same time Germany .ind .'t lower prices id. i.l t *>M.I ..1.1. V... ~|.T ...... ~,•...... ...?.,, 14IIMI. II. * % % % %  *.> Japan are thrusting their WV I'Uillry .s mOTa rt-adilv -v.ul.iulo t. %  both Hie f. i| ,|, ry ,' prewill r tuVa UacUlwoal And. n must l>e admitted Germann und Japanese an pared to work longer hours I lesi munoy Ihan the Brn. wi-rkftthen dhuppi nt To nif I -I ihinss In tl steps to establish I trade on a more stable basis will A < be taken .it the forthcoming Lonthe tea rstti don CcnuDonweaHli CeauMoci .:i 0n this is txpetted to be followed by Uwtawd of Uh e>P talaa between the < wealth and the U S. tSSOj Mcum ilat* i nd Ihn rantented tin-mvives with I 1 boot and dtOi oiduvirv %  greaUrsl demund for size ievn n \ U i. \ instead f BneUng IhSl SUM four ami five are In sr" t rt %  %  il. -.iv Ui.it. iNk (or sties six, wen and v ei|(ht. ^ It is suggest..! that the goo-t, h many durinj % %  %  : m ween %  org .niwtloni ma otitribiited i" the Big Foot i IUHM have much i,a._ t.i Chen Uh l nid-up Coal output cooUnue wmio mere wen m i*7 ODK !" s ^ _aod recent^ %  teat jaroducUttna between one penny tion figures show a rise to a rate %  t wenty one bankruptcies m Scot• %  • %  M iiuiiion tbni yearly j_„„. The numiHT of unemployed about 400.000 — which although aml (nf appearing large is not pntttfl %  >' %  the I.A.1 ruling in the easy mon-y ke Fiuthiiiiiore, ttie COSt Of lr I | s thai grocei rare one* hundred and who buv bui W ''' T|1 (,„ „„ *J lent Scotamc-n claim thai thi* Wild manner Of UvOUJ has Ix-eri introduced from across the (utliiiK Prices gj Way of swing too many Index haa hulen ovei the last two And ...-, a ,-,-., %  ,,.,,> uiow ltnll h Umil and plt y 8 months. And there is every In\ d.s-..'.mri that It will continue n> '"' reedl magatact II.I.I'.IMH inat n wni c-onuniif m % %  %  -• %  •*•.—<< w —-. >< m7 iTies ;ind too cln-e contact with taU, willi lli.il iiKllatian, l U tOM i %  '>• %  p. Ilnlin h. t r .h, na.l n,.v.r f..n ..... .i,_ I. vrhtrh ln.n run :. ...'">! %  arc culling prlca .,. .,',.," RSSJ2 „ wllbool lacmslng UvM. output I I %  w it 1^ For now only Ihe pwpte tin i %  uUllt, modal ' ,,M,P. I, J cnl.mc thonX %  rive* can unprm their standrol .. ,!,„,,„ ,„ . %  %  "" h. ;r„;",.::: %  ": %  ,.. W,r: Butler. Ch,n.-ellor 'of the Ex (, „,.'Slurt'S :T< il.c^rese r :•' %  : III tied swnalh "rf |-?nlli I Unmeh snothtr ..PI--..1 to Indusof Britain, a ,'• %  "nnh of 1.0.000 io ''''' %  •'< % %  f,.rm and Z£S h "" have n.urcd America's industrial Iront (overnnunui hulk tlealtni 1JZLJ! !" T "•"•" | d>osntm, ...„. rort.two hava alB I equine! of "hi !,"""i "' "* ,Y 0,> "' (roduct: produetlor the U.S. BUty-ala ol these teams INI., lv, li fJMMS Oil a\ >lissioil The Kalahari desert Beehuan.il.uid is not a snndy waste like the Sahara. It is covered tU | |lrh||Ul ITI.lt Of that sUgaesUi moisture under%  {round. But nirfucewnU-r is luck. UK is popu l ated only by wanderint: biuhmen and there are no cemniujiJcolkeia. [I O*Mpossible us." Thif, ii bore holes were sunk, end n>a(Is were made across Uns Bat country' '" Iota UP wtta I way. might be prontnble The imtiM's are saod %  toesanen Thej nun nearly a million head and export TII.OOO ., year, mainly to Johannes" burs. Intareoted In thli prepe el non LS Ihe Colonial Develonment Corpoeatton whieh has already established a big slink f.irm of |U own in the DOTtfa BBSt of the Protcctorntc. !. irvwj the iossii>iiities of cattle i.niching in the Kalahari a mission is gaMiiihllnj In Beehuanaland its compoaltion is as inti'icstiiit; as Ihe job itself. At the head of it is Arthur Uaiukcll, of tin rorroei I i of the Exchequer, who go %  i.srheme in the Sudan. With him are Brian Civile, .1 Kenya ranch11. and an American expert fron ArlzoiKi. Also tw natives of Bechuannland. Bathoen, the intelUgenl Chief of the Banawaketaa. an,! Taneajadf Khniiia, late reaent of the llamanifi't'o ami the uucle of the 'famous' S*-ivisv. Tshekcdt, banished by tha Socialuu t"i no fault of Ids men was allowed by Lord Salisbury to return home laosjelej he snslalneil from poUUcs. Orsuniser uf the eatpeditlon Is Cohmel van du Pi I Who visited N.vasaland f"i il"' l"oluu;il rJeveltipSBaal t'orponiUon. and whose account of his travels WH one of the bOSBS Of lbs >• BI Whatever the expolitu.n n .1. do it should provide him With material for another *ha I It will also ensure Tstu-kedl's alwence fiiwn his Uflbe when they elect a new chief to SUCeeed %  arts 1 Six ConUnental newspapermen un tin 11 anig to study the Gold Coast scene wenthe prim-i|v>l guests at u unique reception 111 London, 1% %  I : touring Britain but for the Rnrt uma ihe Foreign Ofnce an soring thorn on a VteU lo a colonial tacrltory. The Europ-on I*ITS porta %  Iron S 1 iin, 1. H 'Hand ..n,l Ni.,1 I I" ihe Qold Coast. They will slay 111 the colon] for it. At Ihe Lonona party, tney had their nna latroouetlon to oopie of the Gold 1 lala and oil 1 %  %  mlal Office %  Section, Ml .; %  roil Ba ""' %  %  f toron %  v. Cantata I Nlcholls, Aaaletsnl Uiuiei -Smctary of 81 Bflta host for tin IK. ;, mn % % %  I I'rinir Ml) said "It I 1 essarv to tell t(i(. tl 1.1 BUS aalayan 1 %  .nit nil puMicaUon of the Sodahat part] roil ..,, n Ksts ihe Brit 1 '' 1 %  %  dividendv tor thl ntn# | from IL. ,,, ,,... to 100 per cent. There is nothing wroni with the facts, but readers arc obviously invited to Infer that shareholderComponlaa ure rolling %  Whiit the article omitted to ntant ton waa thai toe • atahi years of wai and post-war II Uon ihare. oldei dividend .it BlL I IM.'I2 the di\ ideiui of the M Compssdes avetaaed no n %  13'; ..I in--; n ii,,. tw,i „ r lnnH most rnrtunata onea are omitted. turn aoolna Siat aateta tag and th;.t mtatag I is Aihjeet to high risks. F.ist men on t^-tk peri i.i-t month In an unusual Ihe %  1 ntaUon of m* Of Side. |Jj %  %  Urtaalton, %  Mednl to Hong Kong's IVputy < Police, Mi A l Maxwell, and 1 1 to Mr. ) la A ': Rodgc Perah, Malaya 1, s unusual % %  %  [or t I'IVII,.,,, to reewve a %  eedel but Mr. Hodgei-n. chairman of a dulrict I'Unimg Awociatlon. e*rned it by uomg way io slva 1 (0 local pouoe. Hian 1 %  amre oa%  erilMd In tha dtotlon as rnarlin diettaguiiihed work %  P-st t*o years. Mr. tor nine momhi .1CTommisatoner of POUCQ, He did ii pariiruiarly good joL over %  l" 1 from the Wining of ihe Conimunist t.n, ,., %  un n it 11, men %  the SHE IS BACK.., s. woman w/io gives away secrets of the Pope's health FKOM IBB C.ATES OK THK VATK \\ Come* Thi* Special Dropatrh ROME BACK on duty is the Pope's housekeepet —and the household of Pope Pius XII was funetmnini; anam with all its old srnoothIICS For weeks Sister Pasqualina has been in hospital—the first time for 35 years that the Pope has been without the assistance of his. housekeeper. She fell down the stairs of the Papal sumlonce at Castel Gandolfo and fractured an ankle while carrying a tray con tainint; the Pope's lunch — boiled rice, a : veal, stowed apples, and about half, • -• %  "i while wine. Sister Pasqualina is the only Uvfcaaj heing who can give orders to the Pope. The Pope himself has ordered her to do so. Pius XII has an almost super-human capacity for work. Except for his quick and frugal meals, which he takes alone, and an hour's walk every afternoon, he works from six In the morning to I a.m. the next. But even SB, if he wants to do all he has 1 his programme, he must follow a very strict routine. He has told Sister Pasqualina to make him stick to his self-appointed routine. And she does it with German efficiency. Several times a cardinal or some other important visitor has had his conversation with the Pope interrupted by Sister Pasqualina. She will say very firmly that it is lunchlime, dinner-time, or whatever else is on the schedule, and will see the baffled visitor to the door under the amused gaze of the Pope. I SHE NEVER TIRES WITH the assi:tance of two German nuns.. SLstar Pasqualina keeps the Pope's private 1 apartment in order, prepares and serves Us| meals, looks after his sumptuous and complicated wardrobe, disinfects his much-kissed hand and ring after every audience, and 1 giVSS him his medicines. She has dictatorial powers over the rest of the domestic staff. She is brusque, quick' tempered, and despite her 65 years she never seems to get tired. Many wonder how these three nuns have|> been chosen. The explanation is that therel is in Menzingen. near Basle. Switzerland, al Kranciscan order of the Sister Teachers of| the Holy Cross. Very few live in the Menzingen convent. I Most are scattered over the world working! as housekeepers or cooks, looking after thel wardrotes of religious institutions, andj Apostolic Nuncios' residences. tha Mcretary of state and of Sir Qeorga Abbls*. Assistant to %  In peetor-Oeoeral nf Colonial In Buenos Aires recently de'is. obviously organised, took place outside' th. ll M ty in support of Argenlm to tha Palldand Islands. The Falkland* became 1 atury. Both Fi 1 %  ihad tbenuelvea aItanou*ry aboi.'. 1764, the French being ousted later by tha H aa n ia h Britain, too. had llate to the superior powIn, but maintained her Claim 10 the Islands which evenlualU were abandoned bv all. Argentina cornea into the picture in 1833 when, .claiming succesnon in lille to the King of Spain. H sent an expedition there. Britain forced it to withdraw and permanently occupied tinbdsnds ward Whatever claim Argentina may have had as the heir of Spain — v>d it was idindowy enough — t,i e effective* I the colony by Britain for over :i century have given her mdispuiable right-. Meanwhile Ihe Argentines kerp their claim allva bv ditnonstratlotis and pinpricks. They refuse U< recognise Falkland stamps and sureh.n. depict on their own stamps FnlkI-.nds tcrritury as if u "'' Argentina, and put every obatacla In the tray of holder* of lalklamW pa.^ ports By such national pride seems 1 1 s >l;iks 11 Easy For Ihr Pilol LONDON, starting up and attlinl How tall is the average nghlarments. For exacaple, he will makv pilot, how strong Is his grip, how ii Unooaalbla i<>r the snsli 1 long arc his legs, what ithisstarted if Mime of tl' favourite colour, bow far can heincorrecU) at, And bet :> % %  how fust < an he think" Tnee pilot 1^ sti.,pped in BrmTJ are just some f tha cnseetlonsjnstnintenti tausl tell hint %  which an aircraft designer ami thing that is happening BUI le.mi may have lo considfr machine, almost before tfaay pat per.cil to paper on the drawing board. f\, r X hc eUmh, thl Hut design Work-,,, the mode, 1 ***%£ fighter plane involves nwre than l>il Ju u1 <)i gadgets coal nd the A combat pilots job breaks designer 11 %  much down into tare %  %  (; -' : ,: to tha plhv 1 without take off and gel the combat area as quickly '*.,..,.. %  %  1 How f.i" can the dettgnai hi right aible the process of atrs] oxygen. 11,. .... M hllvc G %  modern lighter ore Ilerccly than the human fran e an withstand unaided, finally, the controls have to be hunt so his reserve ol atnoath in mamwuvring will not 1 %  • n ra stsi, he has to be protected Iron, imttle da-vagc b> careful plate and items fuel toon an And, perhaps most important of all. he nui-: gte clearly .11 all directions.n the Jet age may inLng apseds ol 1.400 mph % %  1 %  %  who can repoi all or roc* of .t. K t..k' e dark background of the stratosphere and US %  nirvlval, irt %  %  %  USy wires or Lnst which obaoore the Una .ted. So, for one %  tractable. rorneoe 1 nAnaui Dark -•*<• %  I for 4111 V.\liiH:\S. Ill.l I Mill I.IBIII.N MAM Kl A Pode-, .,, and a rrnl a pound ijifi # .vi 1 11: .urn (2-3 .. .. j When applied by'wa'tenng pot does not'burn the tOUSSje, 1 /W SB* Fw use with your Compost Heap for nverting the v.aste materials of your gaiden into Manure. 10 cent* a pounn. WILKINSON H%TNES IO. LTD. 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I'M. I ll\ BAKU VI.us \DViil VII llll IM)\I III 1 I Mill i: II i:..' Australia Wins First Test vs South Africa Lind wall Wae The Match Winning Force — SPORTS EDITORS BAG | 'eioe-i %  I %  K %  .!.!). %  %  'her %  t to iivr, %  %  I I %  iector Constance Stars In L.K. 'i.1. fr the f | %  "-• %  tag from %  %  iited himNI imbawling iNviNcnnuTv %  i %  [i i %  manner si to i e nek. NOT III! IDIK Tr AM 1 %  -i > %  %  .. r %  %  ni which %  Doug' Rial in I and in %  %  %  PROPAGANDA 'IXHKRl m Mthvrlo 1 i candidates for %  . %  %  '. Of hv i>ui men. d without lion would in turn HARRISON MUM i.l S AQUATICS TO-DAY T Spoilt at the ii.llv high stand. Lntalned pot ta Rarrlaon CoUegsj and • > %  • % %  in tt.iIdand. Year afti I their iit lowarda encouraging %  LON The boxing aCtM .i mall, but tl Within eighteen montha of arriving Voland* Pompee % % %  'I hunwli .. No I contend*! for Randolph TurphVi Empire firubaM wifllil title. i %  ;-v atabta 1 b nearly six rounds Lxf< b gj Ika llai ti.r .. I % % %  ii!ht crown. ..rid the third of the trio. Holly in lha forefront in the i iahi division %  tai of the Ini dMa haa loomed on the hi .sho has It in him to out-n.; I forced to i ng out from .1 I Constance, K he If 'killer' in the ring, is just the opposite outside Jt. His manner is hy and rettrlag AbOUl U 1 only time he %  mouth ii lo eat. appcarunce he looks like HaUiager Satisfied W ilii Vruiii^riiifiit-. smaller edition ol Jersey Joe Waleott. His Dke> 1 nplro (ii,nn|iioir: ha* aeon mad* hta pre*'•' %  unoii txpraaalon in body is He haa be.11 in Hnt %  montha, and haa h •' powerone AgM But h t has i.ii. 1 him at a true t.pped alha next Empire. W.h.r IthletC K\\ iivim \i 1 %  %  %  %  ii.. aw* their vieton 1-. thf %  %  %  a, Joiin-i. Pof 1 n his >h"I ; re 1 Iwnnton Waiiv Thoin. the young Wc*i Indian in the country, tabllshed All Rounder Ail boy h' %  %  %  %  ales ] .inner la fogU nickel ha SdgB ol 1 I an AM. ondri in! 1 ouM stand up to dilution I'.10111. ;i tighter w^li Thin he axpenenca of many IH Una rocks arlw has been boxing SO (and oal for only two year*.. WOn showed that what he lacked Jl WdS '"m* years ago "'at he in expeneimha note than made.! 1 !" 1 I 00 ** up V xin k as an um;iu\> tor HI nahnal ability, .in,, aid %  Jvsis foi the %  i.ty Stoutfa Deeding mi Icket : %  1*1ifr. %  inly (.>r four and I „ 87 and I r rthlna looaa %  record their first win over tralia in 42 years. But lb UndwalL aft jQftt n h id ad 011K two tO 0 % %  bal 1 1-'inn pulpai.lv ib.w lo P*on Jab u*rt the f.i*t bow tar. Funaton con'; using aquatics! tinned bat i 1 1 ad i> John* foi %  world title boul with Bhli than .< good day of sport. 's>n into giving .1 Batch lo Lang-I — i.r Thoin is .i 'southpaw' and a nan who hade with his riiht %  parti ncad men. • f < I Is-1 >l.i %  %  m 1 I(11[MH flurried Ha %  Mmd In Iba true American style. Had trrqiiently Thorn's punches Just hit empty air. Bolo Punch % %  own punching • iti Than Li not Wttr Ha turned profes.sion.il two years later. As soon as hi the paid raaka it was his' blUon t coma to EnglandH would bat an month] %  no with Pompeo Adams one Blyce, but he did not li.ive tin Ready-to-serve treat for fWm&t Horn Vegetable Salad la Maeaa"..... 1.., deUgbrfbi mixture of choice ngtmbb*. .Ii.udoih*gnMnfui compicic mi-al. or ynu CU ..llVr i| .,> MfMlbl* wilh cold ni. ,. *. 'HHNZ Vegetable Salad i, OaUftaJgc I'.vL; ; m Bo he put away si money towards after 16 lights h. Now he u*t MOM % %  Urna ho imiCht ....oi .V %  finally n lo BUUM ni> tor |HV, his I from boyhood days, fighter in Britain nf his weight the mdadiai i*ho packs as mm h pOWOr And he produc-od .1 Imto 1 punch Iba like .if which has not 1 njnarlcaa Ik,. WUllanui to Hie world < liimipionihlp live on the outaldru ol i don 1 elher. and have beeome kno as tho Hat looks like becomliiK -U.S. y^' IWSJ.. 4gjpa HEINZ VEGETABLE SALAD LET HE A VIES' TRY HEAVIER GLOVES Hv ma WILSON Hen gra K>DM Ihingg I'd iikto know How long Wei I %  % % %  been 101 per cam! full for an Rtloiui] praftaalonal Soccer ntetoh, and will it bo full idea of having dilT-i.i, llOVei (Of the .niTetroIn bmdng In ordar '•> Irj 1 the niiinli' I Wiili-s) anil November '2h' glov. Al II. m am d I %  gbta m %  sion.il %  Football By Floodligbl Here %  wbkfa itity the %  venlng on Novi ml %  i 12 >'• it i land \ Del lum)? ,. ..i,. %  o.iiMills i/anta I Hibernian Roodlil match wai lo weights (up to I waited until alter lo Bsl gib.), BJ B1) the game t.' protaat i it ii' (up lo ad.); 7oa. ur I .. ,, waaghUi i"i> lo psl sii.i, waltara -.. M u*wrtn.ii (up 1(t ltM 7I ,,, ili; i the fantastic mind from tho mighty Don bathed ol H ii Wells could not h % %  %  Younget ; i,i T irtmy. wh U .it praaat I by the brilliant aura Dig with Iba torcas In Germany. 1 iXraenal'l autteh *a specially flown home for |M • itch He must have wondered! %  rnlan. ether his journey was really i U.I.,., ^J t r r S d measure inl.iahman popped "' brouchnth then B reputatioo C oupl< I I the lichUi, ril -..| %  %  %  • of tl I I actuaU) root the lha bornM ,. not 01 i i .t the rhampi. nt fttaln. %  poi Hi. v\ %  r %  P and local i %  elghts (up to Hat. 6ii> %  : Boa, "muffers" the %  tarhow Utaj could feel thai %  ii— i%l ,. 1K hi rot an No lkia<.| • h which c* not Interfere with inj i ... ^eighw" rOotball Laagua nxtu ah jurisdiction. Mill %  %  me lhat the fool all %  %  %  %  | twice ai long. %  %  -...ii out %  %  i I imbli. runahag and lha i' I at plti ii .i. ..in. HI sheer part i ddluV B l-.Vue %  hip for the Unifc for the %  i Duke Watches ser-wciijr thai you gel Terrs weighing under geL, ame weight glow the I %  n lhat P' 1 -i meal Hut %  Ich played in anl Ol 1 ..I Raying Fields Assorat watched bj II of lac A-.., i.:ii.|i 1 ooo spectators, who i niy i 12,000 for the provided further proof. if mi were needed, ni •lung of a Weal End Iheab FILM SHOW Till* BARBADOS U)l All! C LI B UK, S*tUU/&*sHXUeeember 12th. at 840 p.m. 9 Tinpiogrammc includes BKITINH NEWS. Fard Pick and Pick style al $11.78 and $13.11.". CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 0—13 Bioad Sireel. MR. PLANTER We recirr.mend for yuur serious ennsideration the famous — MASSEY HARRIS 42 B.H.P. Heavy Duty 6 cyL Diesel Engine WHEEL TRACTOR (Also availableuilh Half-Tracks) >iilh eat 5 Inn. AM..STEEI. CANE CARTS Ml, il uilh overrun Brakes MM Pneumatic Tyrc^. 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r\c.r. six BARBADOS ADVOCATE IMI KsliW l>ll I MBI It II lS2 Exhibits As Good As Last Year's Dog Show Well Attended M> From Page Y New V...k rWl from (he R.l'A. build Mi. Hughes galnad third prtra with %  local seascape In the Any Other Variety (A.O.V.) Division Mr*' to Mr. Hughewho exhibited a photo of a hlbW'u* BoH %  I and third placev went t.> Ml (Jerry Lamer Pr:er WaUbridae-s i I the water colour section ere outstanding. He won a (Inprire and a special prize Patterns by children ^ere original and the .colouring *< • %  -*>rr.*ly food. ; ;>.' %  : %  r School In the seniorLawrence Boy*' In the junior*. were outstanding and took first prizes. Mr. Karl Broodh;men's MhlWtl of sculpturing i y.-ar. Mr Broodhagen Is at present out of the iiland. Oil paintings WW n than last year. Mr. TherokJ Barnes submitted an mceUtnl •*hibit which took flrst pme Portrait* in oil INN very pool l :. %  untliirhed 1 and still life a* provement but many evlubiiin* did • ol realise the meaning* of •abstract"* and an) Because of this Oh ) nti McMMM in The %  .* % %  HOftTICt LTVItr la Una section the standard of exhibits was very high. Two rare IS— Calanlhe exhibited by Sir Mward Cunard and a Vnnda orchid exhilnted by Miss Dorothy Wocmc—attracted much RttanUoa, Calanlhcs are popular Ifl Jamaica but ax* rarely grown ncre. Dr. A. I., find.!:.ids ivnrtroblum Ceylon Glory — Dendn.tmim Aureum und Mr. 1.. H. Nieholls' Bali were oulstnndin* and each obLuined first prizes. The DeiKirobiu'ii llnlaenopsi* Schroedtrtanuins were •,. riiM prtJ* In Ihla a*tMm wont It, Mr. D. E. W Oitten Mrj, F. A. BuMa*i I' Stratlotles also brought prtgg Thin exhibit wa well grown with FIX flower spikes. Madame Kill's Oucldiumua AmpUcatunH were beautiful and turned flret and %  eiutnt priftM 'm l i i i MAI •* aeoi \ H.I I .81 I I CLASS %  I ai • A fcl CluMnli' Bo> lnd~Ht Luke* Bo*. only lit HilMby ,hi"il. tiul -Boulhtwro'i Bait'*' %  r., Ravi ~aa.nrnBMaVi •* %  %  .HIM \ !•• -at %  }• . %  <. W.nirxMi. tna-ai 1 i %  %  • atari'. II. Luke's %  Otnase, v-!'I Ilibura' Vx.v 1ml %  -, .itiL-rf., Ma?.' Kohl Babl • onl% IM V i .. U noeem** Boys'. lai Han THIS HEIFEB i-xbibitad by toe Daytcll* prise at tar Exhibition yesterday In Q Lionel Daniel of Cullodcn Boftd %  p:ac of SlO.u") [ wardrobe which was adju best polished pig (ir-.ree J|am< •1*0 .-sing table. Howevat the most noteworthy exhibit ii a Cai %  oVr. u blind aaUl ol Goodie HouMng Scheme. XEEDU. CRAFT In the needle craft aael %  rara QUlll a number of exhibit and these attracted a good da* Ol attention from tne ladies. PRIZE LIST M'MI Bn avm ION 1 'I1M1M Wtl Ul-IT K n„ioi. .^ I %  I if (I HOI "II 1 Pfl TION Ind -Mr. J I Changs)' HI M not ol ri BKCTluN | :'nd -*Hn Pi Ms naa HI ITOS Kini SkCTlUN 1 %  . • %  1 M "Mr. ^J S. 3 f WllhlitMn id) LlvialBMA ajat K...1I1. Si— %  SlraUri in Pnlriuiraia patir^a I F Sttakrr %  n>r*wMmi MatWUlL l. %  Ji-I Mr J H Wllkli ih> ThilMu pe l— and Sne-Wrt J M WlUlnmrt II AOV I Mi J W Chandkr. tnd—Mx Hove and -Holy innoranii Bayf j H Wtlkmion ln..ce IUIIIV %  ". u>~ S*TO*r BOY'. 7n—Boulkbor*' Bovfj' dit'ifnl. .. .AOV n^t mil.- only HI% %  *fi. VHODI i htn i il Wlassaaes 11 ui i i ll.iWlfMlu-n IB-AOV l b. a.hui pass* noi .p-,r.i %  trhne -• II. i I HlUaaj i A Da i I J W Chaorll^. \.i\ J io. it IMI.r.rt in. o i-ii iivtf *i ru>'u>t>M a*.>.'. no OUWMIWBI HOU" MU) i.i *,.,ihteoIABINBT as*naas HrlW>ii I WARDRnriF tit FlHil Ma ."lv litS.,Hl.lMi.o* |.t-I.H.nl l>."rl 3f. .1. >f*t.nri S#-iioti S-'SIDr BOARD r...., |na1 li^rmivfit m—It.iali Wakoii tnd II ileaai f'. Ban lew I Asaeaaaa, :i KIHI-H'. ail s***j dl Iff I Mil . : MM Ha %  • %  ney wara standard. MlM IAIC> ArmtU carrietl off the Kimt Prlie foi i hand embroidered quilt. Mr*. K. Martineau also won a First Prize w tor :i pique embroidered ex'i BOOKS An latataaUai featiwa of in* IbthltUtlOn „ the (!: I •ECTION f. eoasAos H Hollinaad. 2nd--A': TRSOVTATIOV ..--MI Ol 11.... IIIi IIIIN 1 Ca.do Snd-Mr* Tom I W Cbar.illrr. ?nd OovItaaM Aralia •ina* imr • .i Mi i Dog of the ihow Mrs C. G. Mannings Cocfctr Spaniel "Gentleman Jim" Mr fi. Goddard* brown Alsatian Haaan won the Cup for Champion Bitch of the Shew. In the Alsatian Class Mrs. E Goddard's "Honey" waa nrit Second pint-! went to Mr. R W Sldenberg %  Tourbrooks Nlki". Mr. Ian Oale'a "Plrcolo of FinlmCTe" carried off honours in the Boxers Class. Second wan Mrs M. E. Skinner'* Rusty Ruius-. Mr Harold May hew'*. "Kim" was the only entrant in the Bui' MaslifT Division to parade before the judges, and was awarded nrat t.rire Maior atfaclion of the showwas a^uge Great Dane "Virginia of Malpertus" entered by bad] ._„ a nnnAns *u..i.„ ,1/e in the Poodle Cla-15 Fl|it [ /( ,.„ h(l M ln lhr In the Bull Dog Claw Mr. H. F. T rrl *' r .. !" tou P %  JWiearn's "I.' %  !. hworth I'ong.r' won '''•**> %  , M A Of the sporting breed* M: Ranidel -Aaabet" G C. F.-ldnum s %  Duke of BarMR8 C O MANWINOS Cocker The troup pn/e lor the bfat Iton*!" d ?* fc w*on first prire m the apaniel OentIem*n Jho" wen the awrtiii^ exhibit went to Mr IJM Dacnsnunds Class Mrs. fcuim i Ctiampiw. cup at the Dog Show at Gale's Piccolo n< Finlmere". **> " second prize with DucliQueen'. Park y-.t*.d*y "Oentlr " r Barbados wan Jim' aiio earned or? honourMlai at. n fm. Qoldan ReFirst pn/. for the Ust group of %  n the Cocker Bpanlel Class and triever "Stubblesdown Barley' tluSporUnf Breeds went to gained aaetaar Cap for being the '"Ok the honours In the Retriever "Duke of Barbados", best iBHened exhibit on Show. ptvukfl '" ,,,r Cocker Spaniel Class Mrs C. G. Manning's The Cup for the best puppy on Over 500 people yesterday at"Gentleman Jim" won flrit prise show went to the Dachshund i. jmi-Hjgh was. tended tm ix, g ;:how at the ExThe Cup for the best exhibit In "Duchess of Barbados" while MiDBretiNn TAIII.F hibltlon. Thuty-six dogs were ihe sporting group was awarded to Manning'"Gentleman Jim" earexhibited this year as compared '•Gentlemnn Jim". rtad off the Cup for the best dog with 17 last year. -. . „ on show. The Cup' for the bet Staling accommodation was well Mr Gerald Woods -Frisk) b | lcl y.,.,,, 1(1 M „ E Coddard-; arranged, but the show was so won in the Terrier (-last. First AJaattan "Ronai well attended that mgnv people prize in the Scottish Terrier Class had to stand. Bveiyone took a was won t Mr. B. G Stoute s 'Honey also Won the Cup for keen intereit in the Judging. The "Bunty of llighgate" Mr Stoute the best locally bred exhibit U1 Show w staged by the Barbados also got tecond prire with "Sadie %  (.•entleman Jim' took th( prize Kennel Club. ol Hlghgate" fvt the best imported exhibit. 11.IN %  ... ;-'FANCY OB iMTASIONAt TABU 1<1ILiflli Walcwll. ;'nd Junn Waltrr %  aMfeM • MtlRBls C'ltAlBB" IBBfl l-t B Harbarl 2nd-F AlflBM 1..-.I ma.UPHKIirT (-HAIBS 1 m. rlandlni on edge and about hail .. fc| ^ pt "^.^ ''aaidi'.*' Vi'liin Bar iim ' Mr*. r.Mman 11 ceani ii....... Ind-aiepBan "H OB BCBEW B 1*1—ArnuM Wi.rill Ind -aovarnna.nl IndualrUI School DIVISION in lurnltura t> lion thai i iran IMNI axhlMU werela"t year, but WafffcrnaBlhlp was of a fairly high InrlaSlai I' UI—H A WllNni>on Si I I . IA . %  K.n* B %  <„,. M Branvaita, fen I .,... % %  '..,. .H.I Mipa j as Boi. "'' %  '"."'..T 1 ': ••• %  % -V.":.,,:.. %  ,.. which will go into cm ulation ..i ,,, HII,...I i -.. %  and Mi Bma the Library, were also used. Baiaon. >rd--W An. %  i rui. nm*M Heu .. |*| Ida D m> 3 >PM. all dlfOi-idard ff-rnl 1*'-V. i vi. r Jon** **ar* (.i — H-rbn Kn ind Mn J W Chandlar Sniion 3 BAH Inil li..vrrmiar> Bertion 17-Crolon. • "peel**, all dif|H Au.nn Ian Snlion 4 BOAH. |.l—Hanry Millar. all It-llnrF Millar In" "mn MlIlM HJouW S N 'I* ifi AOV. I— AdU '— HanfV Milln Ind llrnrv Mill,, %  %  • % %  DIVISION 3--awisr i_l Davalia. %  %  Clark, and and') Ooddard IndJiii insl* >P l.i M O giutatt. Stlia B John-o J Ind—Mr. O Hinnall, Mi.. B Vunf Saclion tDivalia > .patin^n*, all d. at VI ASH I VI IBM M SI •.tVIHlON a-CL.-.sS II i. Sarnon I—Blndk di*llllrd B.im. uneal< S> iirawnt Tar maniilB-lura UIMount P la) Waal India Bum Bcimrry. Illara Philip. Ind—Tm Ruch Aitdrvw Section l-Slnala dulillrd Bum. cnlourSarli...! ad, pre-nt yaar' manula.ii.ir |.| r,,rPUmiation. Si J..ph: 1,1—Wan India Hum Bannary. Hlark Jtid TIIIMI Hall PiatiU'.ion, Si. AnBock draw nmiWa di.llllad Bum pr*m Sc-tion 3 ar' manufacture I PtSSSn PljnUt...n. Si JoaaplK %  India Bum Beflnary BU. I I i HMMBl f'lailallon %  • DoubldlaUllad Bat-1.on 4 CLUMP OF BATOON I • -I Bum, Col..u.-d. Maturad -nd bolll*^ UI-llallon Planlallcn S( PhlUa: .,:. lor llouaahold Uaa Iiul-Mm.nl Plaa.ant St Philip I T.vlo. A so.,. Hoabufk sarllon S ... MM iia nl CO Ial Ti.rnar Hall PlBniJi.-n. st AHI Roor of PlnUti. draw. Ind Turnar Hall Pl-i' ,.r ..i Doublr di.1i.lril Andrew Hum. Coimtiad. Maturrd. Bkrndad CLAB! and Bolllad b> Marehanl. Im Hi'.i-aSatin IM M*, tnd VI 0 wav oper. Through lN • I way. could be seen .i lire plat i with clowing" ember? in fron Of which there ,, .i tnble ..' which rt number of magarnn %  ran d Hen lit Si-iaoo Clarke It—Ou'i % %  t, ,i farkti Cam % %  i 1.... all. mini Hov.-i%  III .1 't.lrlil nl llo.na n Claika BtHMa Diacaarui, MS %  Vouna "J Wallrr Carnndloo. wellon > OokSan Tarn, alngk. *v*r> Mi. o St. 11 -Au*m 1 rna S*<-tion %  Silin PWB. Slnala -paci I itar under 1 mpnth. and rveTOin't IB. AOV -I Fain not •!* 1 t -O R IMI iHalborm fr.d—Jou-ph ahov* paddaea I.I-MM. O BaaatM, I TAT BAMIIOW OB sow a Nouae ii-tiuh. atiU i.ihl-r month. 1 Clark.*. 3 .pee mien .-, t...n 3 PAT BAffJIOW and BOW %  faranl • inunihH and undai II monihi IM MU it JaB w ao n !• %  Hoi will M Julian O-Idar.l. ASetkNI % %  AOV -inal" -pei 3id-L Oxiev 1*1—MlM B jDb-MtM. l-i li II Kmtli l Roebi Ind J..tni tl 1-Si reel Snti.'ii 1 Liqueur Falernuin lit John D Tal.ii AS>" Streel. Ind lnv A Co. Lid.. KorbU** Open lo Pi .. >r CAM*J HI JacoV Your*. BlMk B.irb ind Jacob Vouna Bi. It...SecIMn 3 l.l-*onn-> Oitlanv H.w* OSSe. "* John and—Jacob YOUIUJ. Bla." H.^i ml Planlalion St. riiikam Planlalion. m pmiip J ill -NPLE OF II CANKS rOPPBTJ HALFWAY AND CT FANEtl John. 3rd T mat Hall Plantallon St Andraw % %  Si. An.... Si John. DIVISION a HUOAM A Mtil.ASSE* CLASS IS VFI.I.OW 1HOCEHV SCO Alt li -•.andt Lan* laclorv. SI Jair.ri. Ind-Apph-whait* Fa.torv. SI Thoma3rd -HaiB.lt. Facton Si Amlre-(... %  .un 1CLKAH ..TRAH HUOAB I.i Warren Tailorr. SI. Mi.hael. 1ml --Applewhatte* Fachuv St Truuia3rd Si-ark. Factoi I %  %  RAHK CKYXTA1JI v Ppctatl st Jn*efth; tnd Bandy Lane Faitoiv. Si .).. •


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1CI .: M.I. UM>s mux \n ISDAY. HI. IMIiii'-Ji '-: %  Cahib CalUnt} :n; • %  0 i of ihe tmirimtm %  %  A \ r*e act* Chairman of the %  ended ihr % %  %  %  oetd. \ %  • 11 n K w. %  the abaenea Mi .1 K %  n. o i. M-< .....r./ro Chii-linu* Inull I Y %  %  ... e 1 a^Tm* fund is uned V fmlHtiom tiffi< w %  i %  %  1 %  %  %  Rouse, WorlhIftirri'h-r .il l.i.a %  %  KiiiMon rarmtrh—I who has re* PinaJa* Mi Cam/erutuliitiuii C -iATCIATIONS I .iihter on %  D RV 1 %  jeon. re%  %  %  %  %  %  dqjue Tl* %  1 1 %  %  in tune to act a* a ludBc ;d % %  < ~7i. SrANS .KM 1 .Iran I .in •i tl %  At II l II t hi II I I n 1 1 .. ti 1.1 f i.irii4 pi 1 ad l aii nin. l"ltN*B M i.. -''ft prewmii'i'iTi lo 'in C*i %  '' %  iBBFnaaaoi A4 f nr t'hrii>lmn %  **** made I a|| t (TJ M: .;.;,. K ... UNUOIIJH, "*m**' Ctovjrnment and 1* much VI %  r AV „, t>> the inmate* who „ lix uf .,„ remembrance at Ihli / I ,lm Ihtrbutlu* * 00 KM C"OUR members of the Palha AU gUU cu be Mat to Mi T flba LlnH ., 1 i It AlUmby Bl the Adv.mrute Caareeas IM XI ,,. todo („,, Trlnldnd on 3 two iSSei'.M S ,k L.' n 5 ^ —"AW|Mi tfrh.rmuii I 22M ; 1V1 WOI.SK. of Sou .. "> v "" 1 *" % %  .. 'A I '• AEra. I MI/ QAY1N-: then am Rko and brill flpi-ntM/t \, M hl TH Annual Chll .is T^IIK fbirhadn* Havers n BOBatoeaa" bj the Ocean View Hotel. I duct ion of the thrillei -The ^ M D cf l,M Mothers' Unioi tfi Mr ad* ])l <" ' ' -B>a>ai Q*. Oaaton Mill u( Danun -.pens ..l the Empn.' '' '""'' "" Thursrtny tJeromber TliealnlomM, t HO. and CO ' :, l"" ihey Kem-ralb apcni m„„, Pte Cathedral will i.it'ratt Ben -l aaaU avail. BY TOE WAY... Uy HoachcomfMr Daw* %  r, anOMI I SOVIMHCII %  .....I BM in.' NMll pt nclplM ltl i I>ILS Tv> HA> 1 1 %  like you. Pray alayi tot (utdanci A* the on!) forem* ^triifc itreet ivh.. aafl aV cutter In "Vmi did no* coirh rhor 0 ai If the hett-hoi jaul lilt /ai'*>'mti> ii 11. 1 rerted Into a rabbithalf with a her of the %  !KI deal of nuii.e> on horses lately. Has the Captain a syntetn" rh. %  lakfcl.;;. Mi '1 p %  moment |hh eleej thii , certain horae ts wlnntna; %  race. .1 tir-tac man sitaialu to a MO with a telescope some mile* %  we) Thu man report' bl hi rt wave radio to the CaW %  m .if .. bU| imhliehouee. The Captain %  the b.n and makes D mm %  .'. 1 n It li Ing ih,. genUerran 1 ebodj bed heard of H 'hen. magic vitamin lablel ,' Q ,.|.. %  p ... %  v 'in.;, r . taM • 1 me lentleman made rlth them. What now off hi ... II 11 ashamed U it the %  iii"'. 1 He la lei Admuwiun. %  ''.' Theti. un%  rtiiieciH ,. nice %  . if .,. couree. he has aJwa made an ^ elenhaiU M'*WnK laoehter %  %  with the bar-man 1* ^ „ n h ,'^, h mV ; mflture n,.v %  ADVOCATE BRIDGE \|>MMM %  ^ %  y M Hi..iia i li-..l-r ••* %  .' %  6 1 "RI 0 A K •* ItaT**** f 1711 Tl *fa Twu > w raatiad .•1 une of IU rare aurrr—n by %  *ouui rlatnentarv auataJle •* ihJa hand from Oaf irao world rnu.iptonahlp* after 'periiiiH w Two Heart.' Our rfil D'aver rhoae an ntortunate mnm'n' for .*e-ou' I Phe Ameriiaii *i o t • li % %  aooiiied to Men* 1 -hat he 1 h. EaM-wast -their beat apot It tree DlBJlKWMlwould l %  pawed ai>d. lor some "•n reason. South rmnir •Man raa 1 ertl .. -d of Thrw HorSortli of course, was *HI -oiintme on lum for more tian omirick in defrnce. Souih'a final contrart of Four Hr*rt- was al>o bid and mad.*t the otlier table > %  an 1 ni 1 %  •let HHIK - • %  laXI \ar .'i r..i mi) iwuaWnl Im-wllma -I -BaWi ahould hrrnr uUafyina iHurm Don'1 ha I—B->-I h* *m 1 n Ik en. M tit %  1. IIDKI Alt : (laai un 11 %  • AU M inMfn Ha> h*v !• flKMlM lafRl n.I propriC. %  %  Listening Hours nil Ba* * DBI t-aniii u i**; PM Nr*. 1 m The UH> 1 .. „ MIII Coaeerl CHOSSWOSiO ,—, Up — ;-;n 1 ITT" rsr ,"y 1" 1 PS 1111 1 Jilt in r 11 1 rlll*d1' 1 r.. ua.< aatteaf .v^. \\ N Mai I %  LILLI MArTLENE TOKYO FILE 212 THE BLUE LAMP *tc* H*reir an rr 1.11 1.in BRIDT.I rOWM •i \ 1 %  WAGONMASTER roT OSACE KOOIHI I HI 4 I HI S 1\i iMr M \\ nuns PiuMi so r.r MI 1 With SAMSON AND ;. DELILAH raoi 1 s %  ( OHK Hi Bud AlMHrii — ,.1....1 .. ..c I-... ^-.-.=.. ^ • : :.!.. K!*!*! %  ** %  > %  %  t>p*n IIII.H S.MI-. I l>krd %  un i> i.ii-.i uhi 1 -1 1 \ nun MR6IIK MEtNSIMitlJR KJOi-JI nrean amrvn WI| Mill |I -Uh Ann HI til, 1 .-I.., 11 Mldnita ro .i.-i-i 01 %  .. gen,, IXTMrBAl '*' IMM K.Hn or no H u W A g 4 lt\ltH\Klt __ • i a 1 jo 'Donnid ban "HI.... 4 ,. 1( 1BE DAKOTA RIO Op-run %  Situntav 1 4 30 a a w Unlvvevl Don hi < I IIM \si III MKHIIH'. TAVriR 1 i in\ %  tl id own lull* UN JOHNSON JOANNi DRU HinrcunT.jf >WI BOND at cauut uant & 'A, .11 % %  !.. Plus:—Sperlal Added %  rail Daaau NATURES HALF ACRE I Printed In Technicolor i The Thrtlllnr True-Slorr ot Nature'* Outdoor SperirROAD SAFETY FILM SHOW "IT MIGHT BE YOU' WORTH THE RISK" will he ^himn ;.l (he HRIlKiFTOWN PLAZA (In kind permission of ihe Management) at n .: MONDAY 15TH DBCBMBBR, 1952 Holders of a current Driver's Licence will be atlmlled nKB OF CHARtiL These films are \forth while seetnR. R. T. MICHELIN. Commt&sioncr, The Barliadus Police. ,1 /HiMuing %  1 1 I 1 s,.Xew Liner A 30,000-ton Brttlfh liner. JUBt 1 nland and Wolff. 1 by the Shaw Savill Lnu will iot carry cargo of any kind .. I I %  and New that radio thai] have broken do" n. so th..' •< eaalins of the rate OBIatkM Utend to. %  Ufh Bant! ','hi. .',,' .... too To Hold Voui Head Up In inyl It'ii'i IdThe (M. 1 iiuatton, one ol Uier ^v'n Zealand In 1954 had haloed budding! hi iiy, M ini't amoafl design lei IUBBTJ %  ncfode aonM m % % % %  .. MI . ocore .' Ne fmir round voya*. debatlnK poinU. but %  % %  reWdlyBBr. of the i'eiit.il ti •' iirofesMoiia All jaaBtnJBBTa will have the j of the ship, which is lo le one i-lea*. il/iipcti %  Ihe nMp ai full — nn waiting N BUBUta Ifl '"' ""' '" h l %  -"" I reMaurant in %  athedral niha%'e an alr-cond.t.oned cabin ty I w,is told that mrte. haa JU been launched —I..K.S. Tht di*-not 1 ,et Ro> f 1,1 *r*7 fOMMKNT lo mgs on the 1 %  I'.1 F nl I 1 OWING .11 old ..tin. IhdVe will A M.seif: Parhan II OTiaatKNl by Mi A j ,,, VintiK i,i,-tiirt* 01 perhapa be 1 penlni paracraph to-day, cummings on the 1. ma 11.-. Decernbet 11 taint on B Tn Of barbarous abbre\tations print,Mi icaroi erl in c.ipital letters pi., opt* me rrorfn**-; Wbj 'it II 'hut it? k how many people kHDw to ride a rtdnpcBffta at her age? *u JUffTlCE cncKi.K-t Allan IB_Miself: ParhB) 1 Wl fMT ftrtl [VI U ,1. %  'd up '"" '' '.^n^-'ii^;;:;^ „, IIVwAim n/lhiqrl A CERTAIN Vi:i'. fo wire l'r*M-t*hin--i>rk**fulf M, Tinklebiity Sn.ipdru.r plcfljrurc In hia lord, -locked nUITS department has Liid held Uall Ihr hen-h-* e ffuh-pond li'irh beauiiful rirca*ij down thai Ihe eon b "'*' 1 1T ,, "• %  ;" don dnnrers. On. rveinflp th* i il.lMl-hutcli Oft mouiul | %  SwIlBa came to I tad tl e hen-bouae nt 'h-'' w V't ir had baitf*. 'hkooli u'Uh i ( uin rpai %  in i %  ^'hieular conatructlon hweetriiata from Akbara. .1 M BC Very soon the SHIM.. iBBded fl peetor will visit the sit., to adjourned the hi dnncer. end eoeHeif '" Pa ireme Coeatecrroi i . yard a, I &<.***.'-'****-'*'**'**''*'**''''''''***********"''***C t. %  it • TO-DAY 4.15 mill :m pi" ..<) "**** ** ** T llr.AVr.'s (Ricanl.i wONTABLAK) Ow T1F.RNKY ind Cornpl WILDE Oponini! TOMOKROW S Knri Ml A \.-w Ai-lion Iloiihlr IMINT BOTIIKH TO KNOCK" i:.,n....l VVIUMAKK Marilyn MONROE and Till; KITIRN III' THE TEXAN Dale ROBERTSON Hubert DRU TALENT AI IHTION TO-DAY • Eroni H N..n to 2 p.m. Hastings Branch of THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA is especially i-imveiiien! (or visitors .. %  ,1.11 .ini; .-e is dealgnea nTOld lie busy down-' 4 iirrrtu v I srhjueeri I'raiellers" thegues I .ishc.l I In wBOBl \nounU ( anliu. tad Stock |irkel quotations Waiiabie .' HRANt Hf.s IN 11AKKAIKIN i i Ml-• i'"ii Hranrh: II B. IM I Manaeer llaatlnts Braneb:—II. t. INM-ts. ortteer In CBarir I Mini. H.mitU-d or tranaferred. letters ul i redit nexotnataav. Saving* i.|..i..ii,.-j.t ed. TO BRIDGETOWN CkatAM t MIES COLOURED HI.Ms -i 17 1 1 lilt I M 11 t i: 9 s ,| g ,, s|-,„„ I ll. li inv I ft II uw. TONIGHT & TOMORROW ai M0 p.m. tl ". .." p.m. ..ml s .' p.m. at 'ho EMPIRE THEATRE T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOL'R SHOE STORL Phone: :-: 4J2o (ierald Ansirullier's aaKUlag Thriller 'THE THIRD VISITOR" OJ aolBrJ \-\ AMNEtR 1>AN(.AN The |tla\ thai held London Audiences in suspense for 2 years. PRICKS OK ADMISSION: Nlghtl II %  '" II -" atatt and lillf Malinee: SI 00 mid 60r Ml Seals Reserved. Bonkini,' (• m 8.30 a.m \ iireseniation a| ihe Rarhados |la\erv t5xii>e batteries for surer starting longer life FOR CARS TRUCKS & BUSE* CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. — Victoria Streot



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TIU'RSDAY. 1)1 ( I Milt K II. 1912 II \llli ,IMI\ll\lll \ll P \l.l -IMS EXHIBITION PRIZE L/5Ti Whe11 A Britain's To. keep FANCY UOJ lb. I %  -M UpMf T... DIVISION -CLASS 10 I UN I HultKIt Pi,... | lb M III-IM V Uei. tad: Jordan * i IMWI-.... l.l.lMf.... MIII1UI .•rd, IK • l... %  "II l-%lMlsi. Ram.'. i i i tii-i j c Biry nm oioi alandwapr i Scatcapf I' 1 %  Walk**, %  idae Ctaaa •—AM H"l"-"i„ Hu„ UN ..id Malerralaar Landtaarat or Saawcapa-—lalA H Dl.cknjn %  "... f %  II,-. %  FI** o> 5iiii LMa t.t-uin Che*, man Ab.tra.1 I.I -Victor Green id e UakU*. -i.ii. -a Taa l-"l""' Trpa s i mik-n.tii.li AIBIB* ttt%  a b i mi i i... f .li.. .1D,.„lk. i.i aHtH %  %  htlMaj I.' .—... ..... iai n.mi. aimu p...—.. IM Mr. Ou i v ,; %  sin. il.,., MkriMH ,II aSh Hurth Ind-Mr. I i r.ll.B in—<.U4i.li -mil* -a.iiBa'a II*.. IB Hi II... k.. Mai., 1>*. T.|n... ( T F aa i Saaail Hlack-tt. %  I'l.il H.lli.a I P' • I.'Ik • % %  •••! 1*1 HU.I Bellied I,., „ |„,h i-' r>t> ...i,, J,,.I K D WttMUr l.e MM* K.IIW4 r.p.. I i..i> ... I.I O A. Marshall li-l II Ntbl.lt Naa. Ml V .,. i..ih l.l K D Wrb.1.. and s, a %  %  i... .. < imnnimv. nn %  i< 11 s \. II i. t; In,I..... Landapr or << %  .. apt Ui mi ee l I . %  Taylor (At* lad.r in IM Janattr Kelt. l.l Ik... IIHIWIH %  Modi i. and ratirm makini Mm B—I %  >• Ml I V.H IM Mia II Wald. 2nd Mn P I* Clark. | %  MM* anal Mn T r Haiti. Kbkf, tad Hn II Williama H..utaold aillela in line crorlwl M D Hanhal. C C .nd Ind Oao unalli. Plata do.lavJ. Tra. CMh, Oue-x T-.wel MA boltla. 1 "'.ill1 BUI liut MM II Ward I I %  QlIU TabM mnlMN ...i,l.t-I*rt..on. .ii.v Q % %  Iraat*. iblrached J . 1.1 Pnwn Ihifid in hvn-rwM a. Tea Cloth. Tu> C* • unbleaehadi — %  lb*— Ray Lunth Mt %  %  lal Mi I'llvni Ind enl MiJ T at M JMrW. Gaimri-I in Drawn thraail .vith a> LIT llJM-Kt mn* Mm i-n Dim. Hoam et. -In .* -! %  %  i'Doiiitnv lliutl! rutpla Ai varuiiwn-*ir. GranHmwd aititle in Fn draa.il lhri-ad •ocli a. Baby drauaa. W-I.l I ru>tch,iaa> llikiid. pr, Ir.d MrE E Mayhak IU each. Tao Knlltrd arn*nl or Shawl. Chlld'f lit i %  Ha '.. Maw T laad) B d Hta K Marli ik... <>..n..r. Spr i ~ -.. -.,.-.. %  .. in .I.P..,..I i '%  (...!*, (Ml lr.. UI aiailt Hpa>l*a • Mn i--.'i Minhill S t II v | i...fc Coins Were Gold n% ni.wk r\<;K. London jourujlisl. uHaMT mid fcalurr writer. i^uwn Ellubath II, f• %  whoH Coronation an i n.'U COtaU Ml Uk I Mil L'.OOO years of com-miniLii_ bj hor predecessors. I'lui'uilu\st English coins were nadeol gold, and weie struck by Use ruk i country during tht1'nst hstll of the firel century B.C nibed and continued in u&' until the P Invaded Britain around -W B.C In Imltatton of their eonquerora, the rulsn ol ancient Bnuln xhrn began to mini i their own inaoriptii ni Nunol theee tui i^ %  re known to ua trotu ttonari recoi is. and coin naa i I • %  I i. • wived ft'and active... SJ ^Jkk glva than !" %  > V U P i*c*erv ^ tKmlchTgTO m HALIBORANGK every day i LIKI ir lor building a] fncTfr. promotlnf gfowih. strong boon and iceth — and reaiiurut to ilineta. "" R %  n n.. %  .,!., v ii which aill m al otghi %  rholt ,ni i„. %  Tur.ii ..„ n (two in ,n t | P.i Ronv Mad> from pureat halibut oil, cleverly blcnJcJ iin ibc )uK* of ripe orangca. It b nch in Viiamini A and I) eoJ to delicioua in uite that ibc rnoat finicky youngiter lakca %  a^ U with i %  fhr " | InaJeauii,, t ', toe fo, grown... A. D. -IT 3JT WtH I at be %  II J * i %  wn n 1..-I ilt-pennka lct -, Cxodnian. IB i-lllikl'V U %  ni.!. %  nickel, wan u^J upaiool >b Thr MarlT* Nu A.r1V in i-l^aVS I j-olj v ... M..,..HMI„II ; rnmted at Can. ^hafhai. of BUxk d"' 1 f 1 11 I.. n.,..l SaaWaa III—r*au. !•> Hi... .|."-i'.' i-* Kiwx %  U> the end !...,• ill Mi. Cyaaa] aaauai M OaMWaa, turj probsblj i i -i: to n Unltt tBas Silver Pesuiles saresfnenl during %  | H : hi ,H "f..r u I V i; i< Naml a %  N C —i... II.... %  pai h aia. Ihrr, kaa.lm.i liiaha.i. %  J. w. < KrrU J l* vaa, II Mr. Hfl N H.-ut. %  . Mj. %  Afi Allh.il H DtM I'h^l.. %  taai rraaUial—Ul-Mit Suiwtt npllal.im Itt -Madai %  I'll. i' Kin %  thread lit ( oi woollal Bdo. Evi wool, -ilk ,.i thtrad hrrd and Ina McCkap l* A.O.V al* Rparlaarai. all dm.i.ni i.is H -ilk at IM—Mlaa ghaphard. i. rjoa or.llin i'l'— kind* natriaa.n .1 \n< Mu-ad ru*i Mi M Ballay. Ind— IM Mr Maraon. Mi. J 1 Ind-Mi. Coiidu PH.* I -! .<• %  „* |i I Put .1 Mi II 11 %  Norman H..ll. thrtm Kntltlne. Rrtl.had artirla-l.t Hill. IIMI K.thl.ci. (.-!. Sad Mi. Irldman. [ichoUa Kninr-i i I i al i.i Mr. D Hww aa n ari Mm Sad. NM N Watix.ll F. A. Quilt in Crorhrt oi Linaa and Cimh.l %  • l-t Mr. Bvrtic K.na 2nd Mm A V Marl...' Sarti-i ) : ikiruon, Oarnirnl with ,.Uk| 3od aOai llnllnurd and luekt | • %  %  %  >. a„.,i r %  i . %  I l: .,... %  .. i .. f the Atik'l kV^"^"'. ***J2f %  '•i**'i>hf.i hik ,... ., Royu lllnt, wh aiTl) HatSSia ""' •- %  '<" "" '•'•"" "' • %  and, later, tua portrait ti •viui Offi Kliuj of Men I iwei ol (-apit.il .... e coin-11 In *imh it ha | I •L t ;t.iii(i ii-.ill'. Uie mil ccntu been on itt 140 years, Bin %  ,! %  ii..c Muter ol Mint, but nann iind bug) ol Ihs • i the revci e .. lib doia bj .< pen anenl %  >-1 I .. %  i %  i IpUon ol the i mini and the rnoncyei rcspoiislblc for the coin. H* the mld-lSth *'"" *" 1.100.000 i In nbci "" %  %  %  Head II .; i : ' V **C 'tiinmem%  i. the Kiiii e-mtl • hn roln i" Ui '% % %  Mini %  i ihi United Kingdom '">'' Colonial In the raiddk ..i in. 14th .. n0 '[•'" %  M,nl Bd lhl lll(il|( ,, %  I nltctl Kingdom coin. .. be lollowed In the next i Haliborange TMI NICCST WAV OF TAKINQ HALIBUT Oil PRODUCT i C Hawtttaa, ML II BtMM M-i—ii .I. Mr. i li • Mi. O I Hi. i aiiaMaaai Mimai. i. I i>l MIH E. bh*plid MsJs m li*gl**J *V | HANBUKVS L,l> ItlNDON. I %  This Dunlop GOlVS&ll on your tyres means l ll nUSS I I at II Idon IJ ..nl> O' centui y i rhen was iamr .patial.t -MIK 1, ,i \(, i it I Mi.-I Kolal-Alfred Ca.lli "I Mali. T Joaaph Garmanl With Inmi'in I I %  ... l-t and tad B I M.illn %  RuB I ]• II i> Nu fel (. .' %  (. \l:lil \ Vli.llAXI I% %  Sjavteat I llulliaaitr. AftJtli.iki j it. i I AUaynr, pM TMullen appti...' I.IV l.t-U. Smith. 2nd Cawl. l.t r. Ttippin, and — 9, l> L. H — aaa -aan>i.. I-.!.* i-ili W. auilen. tnd li *i..i"i U Caajhii.-.rnraihwait*. aa^-li,. j W Chandler Ca*r' %  %  i BAtl C*iv. -• ti. %  i i' %  %  %  %  1-. nd U | article in CT Btfc H Kmitina m.t puwi aiat ell Mr. N B Warm, AsnTauara noaa TINSMITHS WOKK SecLon | ia I—Tib at, *nd A %  liica. Ind-S OnfTlth Scctit.n 6 l.t Mi.. II. Hinted llaakinv '' "\U-ct7on\'\"-""Mr. Waltotl. Ind Hn i • i^Glapalru.t • onl> %  i Lai *..tv... ia b*j oiwaM Allcyna and WhUa Scat In a -la*-a Crippa. tadMia. E. -l.t-B tUnmitor M I li I I Si | '. a li... T. ... Section [1 I %  II t I tlon !H l.t Ml.. Ll*tt A IS—Ipt—I '..! % % %  I MI. ; n it II i I i %  II Mi. J W (handlai HI Cap. I i %  I iiveracaBi %  countrli in. %  M.mdarini or TPngaclnaa—It %  %  only — valued n Lin %  • i. Henry VII (A.D. %  '*•' "" .i ... bc-leai-a* 1 oln .iti Ihc angei wai unplementi .1 i" UM %  Old i I, %  London foi followed during the HX S*ar I U IBUl B n I ... a %  I VI bj %  rili %  ii. roinagc concentrated,! /] by the h beth i. hU halftatei I pt* ed sued tlnf.'.ii,ilf|-im. .mil three] i" ; U c tradition, where the bright nee I I ml ..I Local Minis Ithougti <' %  I .inlmi i vra I' .lllM.l V Chrtai. : "8S, 1 Grant Plantalum Otrm~i * ami In lb.-l.t —Van Ha P*>*a. %  M I i U Bffal G tdMM til MU-II. DIVISliiN In ClASS 1. i t. laattaa i iai r,.,k m -.,..,.,,. %  ; i . IIilailleM lb) lllklrf. Bl-ale -.cm.,,. Kabait l Mn r Ottaal St Jaina*. tadIlnttk.n. tana Wood Il.brld Vailtaaied aioale % .. P. I i.N.al St J \4 li.... .inii.ni. All DlfJer. ...n. .. Mai rare Mr.d I i 1 ASS II rtuafe tlplM baa h Pare hi.J luii.l. \lan,. Mark 1 Parr II...I Nritt.li Alpin. Na.IM ate -ol"A I.' II Tai" %  IM Cliattdlar \> .... i %  laftadi Hi Ivan John BrathwalU ;.r M •. i d| • asjs ..r .i n. reign I H naae can Id to 11 %  %  %  I Wirieate, %  I nwerful .mil n chnrie-a li in HM2. beasd on •* being madi laera are worttu lo billing gold piece, pfwduets the Limn' i. front Ibt ni F I t Ifrtcan gold, No i h i ia _—.%  tiusl % %  day, but lbs larai ,l>in.i!:.in Of tWSCa* a a %  ly-oraa hillings, and It I In guli \U*S|ri|r I Ol Ui..' |l if PA: Kin.ll mill III 111 i tain stilt '< < .it PSBD) auction C ..Or Oraal I 1 .. %  a %  ffi Cold Seal m found on ail Dunlop ftSS Unioun loi ihmr Oat tread and '!>'• l rib widow that doangn that %  Bresa %  .' irabhet ha rafj nVBasnaJs and rompourida used in the caauii ia ol Utr-ao fyiaa enaure cool neaa m naanuig .mil manmum raaiatance to abiaaion. For qi-ataM oaivic* the 1 of oca, and moat imlna (at youi monay look loi thw Cold Saal on Dunlop tyiaa. mMT£$r*/B£sr 'K Tyre (/sffftC^ i barls ll'i i %  • eventually 1.1need from %  i ii-r*. 1*11. and Is ,. ., I'l l. Ml.. ippsi nalf-pt % %  • AM Comi i %  %  "• %  Harw 1 I i flti It M. whal bring made In build* r.i thing; i. >"iis the end of tin In iota geren t ,.-i iiumurr I II \MHI-. II Mill It I'OMSMI -. I'OI.IMH S SIMONI/ WAV A Kl I I Ml! MM" KIM. 1, As I Wh 1 \l's MitKII -Ms |N HUM in. Anilirr. Krai. Il.d Amber WF '.111 ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY STREET DIAL 4269 *V/V*Vir*//////>V —Ami ul...t arc YOI' getllasj tor your IHtte hoy jtid irirl'.' B IIIIIIS. Il~ s( OOTI ll~ (IIAIK DESKS CANOES IMIIII, TOYS Ml KKV I.IIKIIIMIS IOT-CYI lis PONIES Our TOY BAZAAB is quilr n. u Ihi, >. %  ... Kilt iwleilliia %  >( hnrd waallag, prut-iicul layi laai a prove lo be an inveillncnl fo. IT.:' Tiik,. advantJic. ol our Xmits l.avaKay I'lim: n...ui|..Mii. i.i will hold \niir p arrh aai ui.ui Chnataiu K. 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DAI |.|< i MBEB H. 1952 I -'nil h':illlit-ll[t Boys* & Girls' Clubs Exhibit Handicrafts s\ pair or eh,id !" ha, 20 member. The majority or ArV Aril,,,, SSI t* 1 *" i have the 1 dominoes and RAKIIADOS M1VIM ATI: PAGE nVF. I'lii/I WIXMIls Jostling Crowds Patrol The Park fg. from pAie 1 ..ml Hit won flM ""," r'Y. n rH"' C "" %  "" '" "• %  -• ""' b " • * *•>• to.. M W AT KIOKT ,. bull b.loa.ln, to Bulk.l.,-. DUr, a lot rs. pru. „, Dl.lUo. 1. Cl 7. St. Giles Boys' School Hold Speech, Prize Dav Thi annual Speech and Priie-Giviiu Day of the St. • %  "k place al that School yi roreac lance. Guastapeakarwa theHbavF.C M L.C., who also presented the prizes. C. W. Cum,,f On AH. r expressing his mlttUda during run U I individual. • ol i Kfaool la trun.xt-ended Ibo season', club. %  "P"gnevin of Ha, JJUOO , IO the £ a lneiiri| ._ Corona Brings Foodstuffs N %  '• organising a %  UM BathBheba Social Cei loQQo. 17ub i three sections and Uu regular inter-section co work, attend*] llnan. k-cideel lo badges with the initial: ting, %  %  district Hoe, F. C. Huts n t.e.i spoke, *££ It Vocational Training n52," fe .^ U *"***• ">e Me stressed the importance of I Into Sl^T.^J^i" and whr lh %  " vocational tra.nin* n !" n „ Jtone ii becomes much easier for and the establishment of %  the instructions given in Referring to the v0 mean* tn nil •ducatraining classes, Hon. F. C. HutUOOOalflM at Co. Ltd, randl of this inson said truthey went hand in Mr. Cumhand with industrialisation which %  amthli Car ena arrived In port morning from Montreal .-.'Ii i foodehnl for the 00 The -hip which is under Captain hool J Raiinussen also brought it %  1 QAI IND HOI USE* Ukj Sandy Lane won the I yellow BT prize for cle.ui St] carried oft* th, I I I r The ex 1, .is those last ft ... klM IM) i \i i Ufl -i %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  I %  ,-l.,v D I %  %  m inn Bwan 11 to II %  ull.-ng, t tTTM . %  ire area tbe high QUallt) : % %  %  in tna i Df anlmaii insomnia* %  last '".MI • IK1I1 AND l>AIKi mm l i l pjuanbei ot arhacb ..;i otteniion of I I quafch) coot* ourab*) with last year* iukery and J R. Bakeries carried or? the PliMM far %  :lrst prizes BUM the honour ikerj fin %  A R Bakerie* ajfto : %  %  l; x,%  tin 'or the br in F. ft Wii%  Turtiev of Swan M TT hla Q'ttei tj prtff %  %  i' I) \1irlu.|| wan Is %  %  % %  a tt mad i \ Cami ball % %  Puigb; U i i>f IKorv | %  n %  Cup I 'i Httl i I-KI M.RVHI rariTS \M. JII II>S •xhibJta were moni than i qvHa up to standard. larcli and UoKl. There was exhibited la thk %  I : %  .; tt|< I i Street and it repreCiown, sceptre, and hool ; %  %  minued CXNtDftQ AT IIVWN aentod %  Barbados "'" """ ,n mo "l' %  I %  leavers Bo,j Quh and SS?*!? l .h!!^I!!lL b ?*? ?^ d BM when <•""">"* had a useful %  '> u-.v w„= k ffbiefa to. does but also tn* way bj *hkt uuitilty. *!E!ELJ? .w ,KtH u.V'm.*, 1 .' 1 EHT* :t ' .m chiM.,-n to be good to the child in Ma altercitizens and this ontalled certain The line, was du. to i %  Ota tlrstlv to one's self, to during 'he hitler part of last moiVi ig to the work of the one's neighbour and linally to but wa bald i of My -I i l ill IIurn -IM, %  i.'.roducmg %  lag i .. the 44eornre sai. I good one ^ hocI Xhv he AlM. I.\Rll. Rl M The U It of ptl U ate lo It that ther did Jlousing Board told a report '" xbv Junior nothing to lower the .,.. rd VMII toon conafdor V I?Sf cxhlbiUomi to Hartha peoplo ol Barbados which %  -vni Boeond u anjojlng a good n obarin other i : %  Hutson ( boy obtained who afterwards official:' aaraalp to the the new i r aeU-help V. / R Coil said u .I; I,I Grade ExhibrUoru i ma a %  '-try Scholarships : from the .in., •* School. One nave to | Sell, buildin/ Modern High School. ZSOA, M,llk Cn E raliilatio,.s to tha oi,i .-,,..,• %  . . %  I. — Rev. ability t.. '''i Tu ,dor_ taking ch dor whev %  . JhiH.iogy and Mr. helpful to'carpentei Adam S wh o had rethe award of c.M.<;. with reaardx io the new canteen which was officially opened by the Hon. F. C. Hutson. Mr. lh i to them, King official has said that I type of hou-e %  HI building. The laboun dd near al.oul tbii .. . to start canteen catering to the the pupils of the school. staff. 15 of whom have 10 or '*"*, %  Merienec, bave been The amooUi inning ol lha he poor will gel school arai due t„ their eo' hriatmaa dole on op. ratlot IW will reiboi .QW lolc first have to get a sea which were doing sntlsStepa Against Foot And Mouth Dinwi&v Discussal Flint Oul Own Cn*T#,po„ili,l' PORT-OF-SPAIN. I>ee. 10. Press release issued Three landed the hi I way to Phe verael n w .y*? ue i? f ^^^f*? 1 ^" and Thv mu **** '" thai section i ,.::.'; :::\ ,v .M'. ,s '^ %  '""'••" •' ownrear i %  11 I i.i,. i lock nuinbai and i %  • %  ; exnil i till .•! ..•< %  two yean and umtet %  %  %  %  othai .' bull of under le ft M A Uowding. ad a lot prlM tor ,i,ii Over in the Cattle aaction there rt letlon In the num\.-, of ei %  fore The n %  %  %  of i bellei lad I % %  i in • pi .-< %  fitiAis AMI siiei'.r. in in.' aactii ii RM ^'• %  'i and nneapeci%  ap on lal Napkin Rash Apply 'Cetavlex' Cream to the afTcc area when ehan|in| the napkm. Tl i action of 'Cetivle*' will be %  both ioothinf II u-i 'Cetavlex' FOR f in ugly high standard. In the 'i.nnr Class the exhibits i were tar ab v.thi tandard 11 t peai %  %  a i ervl ashlbttad i Mi r W Allevne. which orougl I wai -.ne „t the best my yean Mr. 8. 0 If you have discomfurt aner Gating... ** „. •> n. that the acal balance of your sloinach BUpatt t>><-t .uulil> t heartburn, fljtulcnec. and indigestion. Pullhings ragutaSQUldl can with 'DoaaV Doiai sifil> nhaCbaa all the surraces ol a^aageaaadi nail iiih itsgcntk:. ncuiraluing action. Dolaa %  EIIORIB OICItllON *.. .—.-MA. I,--.. ;. M.,,,1*,,, Miliil.iH.-.| ( Ignetl to the Bl hu.tier Owners' Association. MfMiAMM, si tiAR In the t prtaea re ..ii The le h oonai %  Il-aalcU waiuither vessel loading cargo yes.'. %  %  „ quallta * whuh is beinj .•; u, Dh ,, B1 sugar and rum shipped to Iv., afternoon by the Veterinarv Com, ,.,.. u... sun '."'"' %  • "'."" %  ' •" VI'., I-., .t ..:, %  -,• Owners Aj UOl xvi M. DOLE Council OO agriculture. animal i %  %  %  Ion centred on Ike convened the potential menace of the recent outIN %  %  %  %  a i u relation lo the lishment of %  Caribbean area i in parUoket rrom to. | work. The %  Cl urch will ,.-. recital of Christmas music m aid Bhould inaki nd on December Speairing of ground pro CHaUSTMAfl Mr Mr rlbbeani ; .' n According to ii' relaeaa ..f tha Of last week. ind Well • follOWInf %  %  ,,i whole and centre f"i the Hi I %  %  .,. I bi nd Bilvei I hallenga Cug boa : I In tin %  Mi gJU I %  . -I ; ;, .1 %  '.: |.i M 9pei 'I I Chal ' %  !' tor the i k.d With a %  Aral prize por the beat i %  8| glad PulU were awarded Thej %  P. 1 IK,lOSs I" this section l-ieie were :i ;-i i ihlblta This was also a Baal re niber. itetandlng reatun bt the i the vaet impi in me atandard of utility i...i. rovetneota again i*m# 'o the Irnportatlon i r lock, %  •IIIUIII Mm m itea rsci \RT IhePictorall • d vldad ii,i angemen Hi nwb II Depart • Agriculture of wi Ii Ilarlwdos-i ID WllUami b Laat RAIN \M uOObD I) ton of St. John and CONVICTIONS i ma which fell m i, 0Wf "" >s ": Ihe put tow During the month. Jan %  n.r flinch, manJuly this year, 4 people Wete 551 "' rndeted al blatriet i think, iha, K "S2 lh *' lai ,u Court ur o^nce* !" ch as h.'.rm and wounding. Cases Up to a few week, age planter. '"" Ul{llt l* aln Il 9 i ,? ther), w ho thought; :effii;S" ^ w,th • ,m,tar of nv ere en detail for Goveriunenl avoiding the spread of the disease should I. %  < %  as a nthOM ^" lt 0 tl Of foot and 4 mouth disease In the area. The rrop. an outbreak u any of the indi I the BrlUata g-'t*'s mm Bari,-d... he said that by the end of ncxi Caribbean area. Jamaica the l.eew-ni Islands. St k he Ix-licvcd he will have A full report of the proceedings Luc II has been prepared and will be Observer^ fr..in Trinidad arui led to the Comptroller for Antigua were present %  i reaping pot..i vtil not ixreaped until Jan der !.,,.,., u ., %  B I [l I ,.,!( %  BetheU o I i. Mr. >'. mil WOn the llrsl ptiU with Utb i Ol ^11 pig Ml nw--], -local '"!; ss %  „.,';;!,;,: %  ColJ %  .-.•, %  ... %  • •'-" %  %  i" .'.•.,,. %  ,, ,„, dfll • 'In Pair . I.,.-., ,'", "" I "r.l ind iiurd prim awii ,., Mr u r Duitol MJ BUnltj Tmpra m Tha %  Pletura ..r uu ., IIUfkM' i ai in tb Mr. Albrrl -in. i, look Ml A.. .,; % %  ;;;;• %  -ij...,,i s.-,,;,.,,.. said that if a nrt larceny, and 81 breaches of u I Christmas Parfies IT We ban In slock I Tree It.coralions. Tin* < hiKolates and TofTfes. large assortmrni of Crackers, Xmn Fancy BisruiU, Tins and Bo\e* of ^ ibr me feast ^^ y AVLMEItS SWEET MIXED PICKLES—1-1B jar SWEET MIXED PICKLES 8-oz. jar %  J HUNTS C'lILl SAUCE—per botOg •.. RCSSINQ—per AYLMERS APPLE JUI" I JAUCI ROBERTSONS I EA1 per lar Kl'All. JTJTCE pee Un I f B pel hnr lie: per box %  n. % %  Mixni CLACE CHKHHII %  PORT SAI.t-T CHEES1 GORCONZOI. n COCKADE FINE RUM STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO., LTD. Make Sure You're Well PREPARED Cook\ Measures Sandwich tins 8" Sandwich tins 9" ajj Sels 2.11 & 4.K*l Boxes of t'o".kie Potato Hirers Three Tier Cuke Boxes. . . Tea. Coffee. Sugar Kice Canisters A Welcome Qiftl Presentation Boxes of Chocolates Cnilliury ( horolutrs Fiv CliiK-nlHlrM ,l.."ii,i, (,......l.i, *I.:.II LH 1.32 — 1AM 1.32II MDIHS llii|i|iin.s. I.uxiir,. I'ol of (iold %  Ullll nlTi-t: MAICASI HIM) 1 III.KKIliS Ml III.. IM KNIGHT'S LTD. HARRISON'S Broad St. Tels 3142 & 2364 and 323 Drip lini. Ynrksliur III' UI.I..I.:. Kllkc ,111111.-, %  dab tirn. K li..l. .73 SANICANB tach al $4SS & $1.86 Mrr,.d Bins $3 7 Chcckerhoard lins ,71 288 2,12 15-1 .11 1 27 1.31 Kilihrn Karkn SI.76 flptim Frames 8" It.mini Cnkillox.s 1.36 S„i-< BoD Ii"--36 Srullop Sandwich un. % %  a Pir. Frames 9" 95 Jafflc Toaslcrx 4.38 Check OkVi %  • 7" 9" B8r & SI.19 liiny Tahlt-s Three l.i.lloin C A V E S II E !• II I II If A IO.. I.Til. 10, II. 12 & 13 Bread Street WK SHFCIAI.ISF IS (il.ASSW Mil AM) CABBY A COMI'I.KTI, ASSOBTMI \T Ol KITCHEN AND TABLE REQUISITES II.I.,II POLISH) I) TI'MIII.I IIS—C.T TO 1 PINT CAKE PI.ATKS COASTFRS ( KFA.M JI;S KIIKKIII.TS SUGAR BASIN %  BWBJST MSHES W XTI II IK IT'l I.F.S JAUS-', AM) I C.M.I.—WITH MKTAI. s( III W IIS COVF.I And „f Olher I'selnl Item IMnin aril II,-, 'irmeil In Fine Swedish tilasx We Have CHAMPAGNES, PORTS, slllldill S CI.AUKTS. UQUEBS COCKTAILS AM) 'j PINT TUMBI.KRS These are All Available in I'li.ii or Flched .re.k Ke> Ml Our Slocks also include a comprehensive Axstirlmcnl of "PVRFX" and "PIIOKMX" IIFAT-PKOOF OVEN 1,1 ISSWABI CISTARI) CUPS, I ASSIHOI.I S. PIE PLATES, SOI'P PI.ATFS. I TII.ITV MSHES Etc This is a lliisv Period Parliculary for Housewives—There is s< much lo he done. Furthermore with all the extra Seasenal Fxpcuse it is Vitally S'ecessar> ,,, liny to the He-1 Advantat:!—May We Therefore Remind Vou that vor HIM s.wi: irorii II.MI: AMI MOXKV MV SIIIH'I'IM. AT HARRISONS Broad St.



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PAGE I K.II i BARBADOS ADVOCATE CLASSIFIED ADS.!"""A rffl, D TIH'KMI.i IHll.MIIEK II. IK TlLLPMONt 2.0. LOST DIED 1-. PUgrm •'--ad i uu orate* %  ion s\u; AUTOMOTIVE mllrw • II M (St* -Hi %  FOUND %  ; 11 u-1 ... %  —.-. RU.I. %  •addla TW>ft!W *•*. %  • %  n in i SUHJBI nnmwnp lac aw *** Nn*> ft. C.i" • I WIINI %  IW.WM.: ,.* > lw aatd fraai %  • %  • <>ni BEAl. BTATI Cuban Sugar Surplus For Britain ? TAKE NOTICE I! .1 Jn WAOoV-Onlv %  I.." ii r unit* S U-. l'i|(T I Ou* h 'i • IWM, Id m Sa*i* A l> STn IS MI.MOR1AM L.-i.> Oak ion KENT HOtJSKS FARAWAY Pull) i U-l rail inn.—. si PhUin eaaai UMUI |'i"t. Wain-trull aupo.y Caraort, I Strvant room* Montliiv [< t Bat) f>lu> •1 cWaualil chat|e, IN AHVAWl Dial *.; %  i ii MIL NBtVIIAVI.N room houM. Crana to 1 SrtV.nl loomi. I.'tfli > ii>i lunplr Monthly r Iran in charo, IN 44M rant J." pliM AUVANCI' D.-i i III* tin BOOhs Fun nunnlfii! avatar. AM>ly Ball-ald". s'raa* a> i• U Da %  %  II !-• MISCKM.ANFXHIS PRn.iHr.TiyR HUB*, f-n rrni *"•anIh* bral Inain ol — % %  --hlldrrna X !" part* a real * Blra-at Ph.".il*l TI1M II n If Hour daaleti HIW.I' daffTa piaaph..** MM TAKE NOTICE FR0Z0CL0NE W.KCTUICAL rr-TrR. :iV. I. I A.MI1 1 l.. -4 UtM .1>< %  .'..nilnarrvpanxal tl -I'd 11.071 wjnarc .1.-1 aBlu. WiiWra Tarra-a A|l) i I I1JM I —• a>lu Buck.a TaBta* OARAGE ... it Y..n' .. . I DIM wt far .at. a) '-• r vflkcv Mr, IT lu.-h ftlraa* Stride* town, on PlMlay. tha 1Mb day of Dain %  %  rsAs C %  %  i I %  o.-lf*ii^. twitalnin-. 1 a(m. 1 roodi. SI paaehaa or lharaaho.it >*ri..lt at Hinds % %  •i Ba*d Badajl M | % % % %  111. .144 BBSS) about 1 axla. %  MM DM M3. | ': %  RKM H tYfri l..r..i | 1 %  it K B IU!*T & CO i Tn i%  la Inanaciibn _>>> aa after II *jni"-a1.< %  MASTINCh KH'Ml HOA1) nopo..! Fl'RNITI'KK PVRM-T H-ni.. 11,-in .1 ||| I ... l>r •**<• at %  %  Lini. Plnr Mate, • .in i. i MM %  I l SI an I.IVKVT.K-K •li and I n ,nl wiuli l-ad Waivr and c-lc-clnc u*l Di-I aVU li m Tfcr undaralf/nad w n paoprrly for saba tt> pwOlic at ihair office. Thurwlay, lath IVcai.ib.-i. ( (>TTI> autlabl* loi %  'InwnU. and %  ill i vary An* *— HaTJTJ anil -l,, ll-\'*E rirMtSP.*.TinWIOWiTal a*a>'".landad it, TViir.l.iJ nl £BIHI-. u .. A.aw ui.l Indian fiill %  I %  > %  '!•. ftabra %  oyaJ Mode I .. Flal.'a. Paarl Al C4M LaM T-rp tl-. rip.aiAl ITT* Ptoyil LfVtld o Apl> l.i tl. P I POULT*v '. II aiUmulH.... Hi* lawat nl lla.1 %  Mar urnnrailh fMcamhcr IW unl I WWI Ml III II T" Ii irn -ii appl'alMia %  BMr4 tail ~ I ArpoM in FrrA Uanulaii IKI>. %  Uplird fcl Iht" larh in *%il A%  aaj ajaj rlocn#. I ., •IHICT Uuaama iind pulI -li..lr, I *i -i rim II 1JWSn H -iiinv. MW:H.\MCAI. raw -.II MnUn.it *. Tuilaii <* 1 I -IhAKnt %  >>" 1 %  HUM l HM UH will, . P i. ,. %  %  %  MLSCKU.ANfcOUS TAKE NOTICE Tosca Ml | in-. i*r C r Pfardapeal '. i . " %  Had.•> huiinaaa addraa. till CMMiu;."-,.. h^. r ,,ii. i, II, rfdPMrallon of .i irad.marR in J>ri A i ii. n<|l .rf Kl del '--..ili-l otla >oaiiaMh > hair I-IIO.II. and drnllfrKo and will M ml Had lO rrciUrr lh...* jftar .ma ii-mlB from lha Itfli. d.n .,1 Caajainbn IOU imlaaa aoan. paraan atiall lima fi>r not in in diapllralr .".,.( ,>p| I.IIMU ol %  uc-h rvattMLiMHi TTiuadr mark cam be ,flra Dalad Hilmil day ol Nu\afiibe>. Ifjaj II rtil.l lAMv Rvfll..i of TVada Marht. 10 lit M 3n TAKE NOTICE M Fftomn-s l>rliiilnnn J.lly HINi. /ol I'M %  ra ii.i i W.f.Hi lUnlil r, uroparty of tha Pnliea Drpt I in awldanti Tarn:. Caa* VINri'M OR ll HI II MHHIS NOTICK JAMF.S MATHANIFI. JUNtt> •aacaaaad. NonCI r| liwrwby given tbal all par>< havlna any debt oi .laim agalnal a> ..*tin* Oi*. ratat* of Jamas Nnthanial *" idacawad. law of Roabuck BtraM in Ute CllF ol Urtdarlo..,, tn thi. Viand RaUrad P at* ftarieant .hi. diad at li,-lHi.k %  .-.! .lorvanul ,.i tha Itlh 'i.i> af Kabruary IV..I. ar intucatad K> %  •a HI partwulaaa of Utair iijim. duly .lU-ta^ to Die uu4ri.i(ii,'l IXlRTIja HtWAMIiS. n*al Eiaoulor of (M WUI of tha laid Janan Nalhamel Jooaa o-roraard. v ... Hi.yn.% a c.iffifh. Holnlion. No II Hlgti *llirri Brtdinoam i of hafnre the BMh day <•( Frl,iuai> IB" aflrr ohli 1XJNDON. moos, i ThuraUi.;. loth, Mr. Norman IX-Ort< Labour, Dartford) ajkad (ha r-ttsidani ol It B' ..id M Tia .,ked: 'Is trvp hon. gentleman uwar.thai at the Inl Bugaf Conferonce last month, in London, the Cube. represt-ntattve. a^iid that from hue surplu! .if suKiir iht like to wll 5(k).O0O loni. to Brttal at three-pence a pound'.' If i t j ; tne quMti ar j at dotUn could wr noi liavr fewer ciynry and mof' %  pr1 Sunur n.,,ild havt th Indheit prterity "The nor. Gentleman afked nv and the rtw Is No," Mr. Mack eaon iai-1.. "With regard to th guttion of pajrn,ent ii t inconver' •ble sleTlinr, the trouble la tha n-a BPOVMI Mipr> build up ,. conH Qaa jn l h.il.ilit\ !.,t. Mr. Profumo. (CoiiBcTviitivc Stratford upon Avon) said -Could "•• tint get the :ugar U We JMid In yolfj, w h^ wc m | f ht u\-e by Mopping the imporUitiot ft rtei trorr th. t imtitu'nt." Mr. Maajkenon iTphed "No. fir. ir wr did we itiould be d.-iinaginB our traete w ,t n Burope %  , nip FUtrypfAND MUUnfTI aoV proprietor af tau da Caatftn* and Pa'. ria-Faarlk Glrxaatajaaaa No fill a-aaniafcar dar PWdapa al ran |>r. M-lhana, • Bta • %  • of Oarmany. Manulaclurar*. •taaao t—da at Col n aj y Oatruant. haanpLad la* the raaVlration of ol Backer u > raa-i ol Bau da Colaarn*. parlumenra. haw lotlona and daMtfnraa and *lll be anlillad to raavtar Uw aaana alia. —* aaanlh Horn lha lath day of Datamari. IBM. a prmn aha 11 j\ u>* maanlinw giva • otia* in dufdlrate to ma al try o*TWrr ot oppoait.on af **•<% irajHUaUaa THa tiaaw mark fan be aarn on aBBl w aUOB the aaaeta ^1 the d*. •nard iirnon. the paHVa-•nutlet IhereD liavlnn I. I JI,| only I,, auch rininu il whirk wr aliall II..., have had .. i.c and *e will not be I1..M. (M BM mrta or any part Iharaof ao dialrihutaaa initebled t.. the ...i lalale are redUaatad u> wtlw thr inda W ada n ith...t dUy IVtad Ut IWh. dJ> ol Dr.e.1 be. 1WI l.ORTOS FDWARDH g,...HaH 'a-ulr of tha Will ot Jama* Nathaniel Jonan dfeaaad, URT.KN B* i.. IMMba %  ^""'A— near %  aa. Can ba KI HaUonrry. Broad bu. H II 8TUVKBTl | •' 'I I r...i. ;, %  i I 12 Si On M.„i„. %  Il T.lfita.a laa.|inn DalK Newipapar hu* i Barhadoa by Alonly a taw dav. ajw, p, l bUcaUo B la london ConUct ian tiala Co ad.,l. ."<,. lid lascai lleireamlatlaa. Tel Sill 'Prince of Church whn#I roiar I,.. raarMtrattan -,i . "/ Baatatar |ai tl ,• raaei and CataiM. %  %  rJ3 WHITE POTATOES Kc. per lb. Bags i>( H" His ul IMI DL'TCH OinOMB M. par lb. GREEV i MJI; M.I He, per lb. Dulch Table APPLES .,• per lb. Al No. 11 Son S.ricl A.CHllSHOa Alalzlje Sleplnac (left), who has been a nml-prlson.-r In Yugoblavla since his re. %  no from a Conimunlsl Jsll a >t'ar ago. was among the 2. new Cardinals named br Topa Plus XIL He Is lha first Yugoslav aver to become a member of the Sacred College. (international) TAKE NOTICE IJ|>u t i. % %  .• rag "i-ii" <* Of H. ., i. iiltlca of opnoaiiiu. rMjulralion The trade mark can ran aa. -p|.1 .-aiw. ,t mv .fltaa. I'UJ tin. Jath day or Novuba*. If H. WUJ.IAM* IVarlatr.ir of Tlade M-ik* TAKE NOTICE rat lh* raaiatiatlon o( a r il A .' II-. %  !. %  Ill and leleiti i| .' %  ii.,i i %  %  • %  - : ti%  i Ha y ufrV. at .vppo. Hi" of i .IIO.I ITw lead, i Data* II.I, iiih da> ..( \ nil i II ".Ul llaialiai .' T.-dr M.ik. W.ltBaJn 1 IDI in; lafCXMH NOTH'IO i % % %  Mb] A eiinlUi .hopiaiai. ol Su'l.v Strea-1. ILOI.UH ol u.|,i. U'" no UH ol IH3 aratrlod to John J So.ltn in %  ..,-•.' n) a board and ah.OKle .li ail" ahadruor altarhad i.t Mapp II III •*i Marliaal. lor parnlfNton to uaa -a-d %  D.tU.I tin. 'HI. .1 T, ., II isHlt-r-ITH. laq.. Pollrw Malntl.ite !>!• A JtlltN SMITH N n -Thla appii. at ••red at a Ucatiainw foiirl Pj i,,. Court. Dial "A I i TTIII day ot De.-atr.ber. Applac T' BRA^uS KOIAJS liV FOI, <;N Kill II i • %  'A.Hi • '.).._ ,, ,„.( .,,,d .... isfactioo — said ta nv*>: "Well, uoi IttUt venture into the gold mark* kaaka at though It igoing to p.y t Lh divid.-rid*. And then he -. iiown id enjoy hia Saturday tea. Hill lluil" He is aecratary of the U-eda Hugbv Ejaagug ,-lul 1Uand tubin manager r Dalby lal w.-ek rrkaXa* .1 500 milea 'Uiid trip In ^ r HI 33 hour> to inve*l ta.uOO of hard-earned Yorkshire bra** in the Golden Bo •/'• %  w.i-t, ndta, --v,-!,,-.!,, I vwis Jones SccreUry Hirst had lust lA?wh perform very cieddablv In his first 13-a.side game. And he had checked the I llgures. Said Bill: "Over the last four years average attendance u laeodi-Kelghley mutch haF bffen 76M": U W,i U,il 1 '" ,moU,or Arid that meant £500 plus on the receipt.*. -a handy start to%  > %  -'• %  Bie rf[ia>-mpn' ..( i^.„,. \world record sifenmg-on fee While the financi.'il reckoning wenl on, down in thr I^ed> dre—irig room, as uin.>n< crned •. it )u*t in from a training 5pi-ll. was BM OaUBta Bov. himvHf quietly packing his kit. helped bv brother Cliff. Was he worried over tin1. ( „.nsiblltty of being Rughv league's costliest-, v Said Lewis, pf. n -ii u I---d* think I'm worth it The dub art better judges th.m I am." Modestly he admitted th.'it he hns a lot to learn "Tiu* League ;-ode is a new game to me. i.nlv I'VPI •!..: ,,ne match — %  •ti. atjtg %  oftTd) in. ago Hut mj rww >.klpi*rr Annn: ie< took DM .ui in the morning nnd showed nie the ei*enUals. I was lucky being at full-bark as I h.nl little to do and was able tl watch and note points I think b; the time I move up to my reul position tl the centre 1*11 hav* th.' hull nl |L" With tri.OOn at the b.ink and possibility of earning more 'nan jCl.000 a year—he Is to take a job pmtcssionnl cricket at well as Rugby — Lewis certainly tuts 11 golden future 11 1 oly t-oneern is whether the ll.'.iiiinjll.y crowd will lik.hun. l*i't DM reassure you. U -.. || .-v certainlv did against KeiKhley 'or the two tries you mad, f":.fijy" k-ckfd. _|,F. % SHIPPING NOTICES -1 %  r*a. duly m aaV 1 Part A I Kar-riW-i 11-c Il WllJaAMA •1 Tiadfii-kGOVERNMENT NOTICES Attention it drawn to the Defence (Control oi Drug and Patent nnd Proprietary Medicine Prices) Order, 1B62. No. 10 which will he published, in the Official Gazette of Thursday, 11th December, l51. 2 Under this Order the maximum retail selling price ol "One A Day Tablets Is as follows — MM UNIT OF SALE MAXlMUal RETAIL PRICE One A Day Tsaert. do do ~~ll SUM bostla Medium Large M H.M M.M 11.12 5S— In I MVrrtSITY lOLLCGI OF 1 tn i'.i 1 iMii'" BARBADOS I.XIIlBllliiNS 12 The Examination for two (2) Barbados Government Exhibition* •enable at the University College of the West Indies will be conluctod ui Barbados by the University College m consultation with the Direeu-r of Education, and will consist of:— (1) a written x-niuia'.ion to be held in llM week iH-ginnmg Monday. February 2Jrd. 1953. Candidate!, must be:— (a) under twenty 120) years of age on the Slst January 1953; (bl Natives of this Island; or (cj Children of a native of this island; or (d) Children of persons who are domiciled and have bsssr. IdJtsst ui this island for a psn-tod of not less than ten 410) yean. Cai.aidati* will be required to produce with their applications. Birth Certificates together with certit.ed statement!, declaring that they have been receiving their education for the pant three (3) years In tin. colony and that their moral character and general conduct are satisfactory. ,ii|.h. i...ri. fur admission aa candidate* fat Barbados GoverBai.-ul Kx hi It I than-. miit be aent to tile llirr-lur f BSaBS S f afa saf a Eettealion Oni.. Tke GajTlaon, St. Michael, nut latse than Friday. 22rd January 1953. Applicant* for adBahsueB aa candidates far It^rbado(..vrmim-ni Fxliibllions must also forward direct to the Reclstrar of th,rnlTersity folletr af the Went Indies. Janutra. their Ainilks-taons for l^uranre to the I niverH> t'ollege. Th* rlo-.hu date for -plic*tia>a* for IBSSIBBBSM iIW January IMS. N.B. Korms of Application for Entrance to the University College ana particulars of the nereaa.iry qualihcations for MstriculaUon. ..mi .HI iiuUitie of Bag lourscs available must be obtained from the of the University College. Jamaica, or from the Resident Tuloi. Extra Mural Department. Boys Scouts Headquarters, Beckles Road, St. Michael, or from the Director of Education Department of Education, 26*h November, 1932. 9.12J2—2n. ;.'.v.**/,v,',w.w,y//,',v,v,'. ,VALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY, INC. iiMiiiA.V MIIVIII; ii-nsTMiiimi) For lurthar information apply: Da COSTA 4 CO LTD ; Phor.a MM PflEW VOHH Si:n II 1; intHi mi H EEbS) %  ufJllBUfjPD N.*U-OL*a HAlTIViKf NKW YORK Air B'DOS M Wo* at Nov 11 I... HEW n 1 .I-.A.XS si ui 111 iiatiBBBtn %  OllBBOtrMV A 81LAMEK MfcW UKLKANS %  i.nn JAMAICA A.r B'DOS S Dec. 11 Dec. I 11., LIBERT THOM LTD. NOTICE BARBADOS BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUBS • PLE/VSE VISIT OUR STALL AT THE EXHIBITION AND SEE SOME OF OUR ARTS AND CRAFTS • ""-"TT*-"-' TTT tfintllllHIIHIi Owing to Fool and Mouth Disease at Martinique no visiiois will hiiwrtmUed OR board the s s DE GRASSK and s 1 COLOMBII Nc intransil passengers on UMH vessels .vjll be allowed tu land. 10.12.52—311. % ,'.*--^',*,*,-;'.-,-,-, v ,-,-.-,.,. -*-*.*.V'-l.*---**-',•,'.:;•': ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION Competitors' Cards u'iiih m aol Of) asiow ;il the J MUSEUM can he collecte,! this week from tha Advo^ cate Editorial Departmeni Olhar thirds on -Show can I be collected next week. I \ 1 -'-'>*,*-*--.',--', '.--'nin BEST ; %  B in > USE Mil MM I MS (ilVK ROOKS THIS CHRISTMAS ADVOCATE STATIONERY : •'.'.'.'.'.*•*.--*-*.--•.'.-.'.'.'.-.-.-.-.'.---..,•,.,-.-.•.! % STARRED AMERICAN MIX MASTERS ONLY A LIMITED QUANTITY Secure this BEAUTIFUL GIFT \ 19S3 TELEPHONE | I DIRECTORY ADVERTISEMENTS CHANGES IN LISTINGS The attention (if the Public is drawn t.> the lact that out Silr Aurnt% in connection with the Classified Section and all Ad.erliseineiit^ and Listing* in Display (Heavy Tvpe> in the ISM Telephone Directory are the Colonial Advertising Co.. (Bfdaa) Ltd.. 1 James Street. Bridgetown. (Telephone SKI4I Tn whom nlfcenquiries should be addressed Correspondence dealing with Changes in Listings or Kxtra ljstuif.'.^ should, howevsr, continue to he addressed to the Telephone Company. PO Box 272. PLEASE NOTE FINAL DATE FOR SENDlNd IN Change I the 1853 DOIICTORY k BM ol DECEMBEB IMI FROM THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD. VICTORIA STRLLT After lliis Ditc I i-.hr. %  etc.. 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