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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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WHAT'S ON TODAY





Band, Hastings
“raigg

8.00 p.m



Rocks
lectures a
8.00 p.r

pee ESTABLISHED 1895



West Indian Advisers
Say Talks Were Succes-

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Dec. 11
in a joint statement this evening Mr. Grantley Adams
and Mr. Albert Gomes, West Indian Advisers to
Colonial Secretary at the Commonwealth Economic Con-
ference affirm that the meeting has been a success '
They said: “As far as the colonies are concerned, and |
in particular the B.W.1., apart from the broad statements
of policy which create a background—the fertile field— |}
for future Colonial policies and actions, those sections
dealing with the Commodity Policy and Imperial Prefer-

tne













ence fully and explicitly protect our vital interest ’
“Salient features of immediate

= importance to the B.W.I. are re-
from All Quarters: iffirmation of the value and sanc-
tity of Imperial Preference, a

move towards modification of ‘no

new preference clauses of
G.A.T.T., direct mention of long-
term contracts as a means of as-
suring long-term security of mar-
ets and prices for Colonial
primary products and a concession
allowing foreign investors the
right to transfer capital gains
across the exchanges.”

Mr. Gomes and Mr.
all these features open new hori-

Woman Wins
Prize For
17 Children

Madrid: Spvain’s Adams say

annual national

prize for large families has th ear 1 offer new hoy for pro
> ons and offer ne opes tor rO-
year been won by Senora Maria , 5
G a ai ake t a Pi as ms i Seas oh of greater wealth and
arslas Oo as just ive yirt } -
So pe ‘i thus the further nprovement of
to her 17th child in 18 years of : P :

of B.W.1. peoples.
that new hope.
new wealth, new prosperity will
not fall into their laps. It will be
necessary to think hard, plan hard
and work hard for them.
Real Chance

“It is up to every colony in the
B.W.1., every man and women...
to do all in their power to grasp
to the full the great opportunities

= a living standard
marriage. The prize, awarded by| put they warn
General Franco, usually consists oi
£1,000 in cash, In the:case of Mi
Gen. Franco has added
presenting her with a
three-storey house in her native
town of Ecija.

New York:
Harvard

Garsias,

to it by

lecture at
Dr Bi A]

Invited to
University,

Davis took 117 days to reach his} offered by this historic statement
lecture hall from New Zealanc of Commonwealth Poli B.W.I1.
He sailed with his family in a}/now have a real chance to take
48-foot ketch. He fought hurri-|their place in the Commonwealth
canes and measles contracted | and in the world. We must real-

ise and exploit this new spirit of
}eonfidence abroad in the Com-
monwealth.”

They add it has been a privi-
lege and an inspiring experience

by a young son to make it.

Sydney: Captain Cook's navigi-
ting instrument — a pair of silver
dividers, a silver-mounted pencil

and a small slide rule — have|to have been present at this his-
been stolen from a Sydney |toric gathering of statesmen and
museum. They are worth at least leaders. And their feelings of
£1,000. F satisfaction at what has been

achieved are enhanced by the con-
sciousness of the Colonial point of
view. This they state has been
due in large measure to the Sec-
retary of State for the Colonies
and his official advfsers whose
grasp of the complex subjects of
the Conference ensured that the
Colonial aspect of these subjects
wrought their full includence.”

Milan: Callers at Milan tax offices
this week smiled and did not pay
For the tax clerks were on a
strike for higher wages.—L.E.8,



Unrest In
Morocco

MOROCCO, Dee. 11.
A new wave of unrest hit Mor-



JamaicaStarts New
Bauxite Process

occo after the wholesale arrests From Our Own Curruspondent
of Moroccan Nationalists and KINGSTON, J’CA., Dec. 11.
Communists. Police and _ troops The first Caribbean production

of alumina, intermed|ate stage of

kept an iron grip on the Protec-
aluminium production, began 1n

torate after the bitter anti-French
rioting last Monday in which| Jamaica this week at a plant oper-
more than 50 persons were killed. | ated at Manchester by Terral-
umina Jamaica Limited. The com-

More than 100 Moroccans who] pany—a subsidiary of Esalunim-~-
tried to enter Rabat were de-| ium Company, Canada is the
tained. Armoured cars and tanks!| only one of three operating baux-



clattered through Rebat streets] jte companies in Jamaica which
while merchants shuttered their| process ore to this stage before
windows. shipping to the American main-

land.

First tonnage
set to work at
which it is planned to
450 tons per day.

The entire General Staff of the
Moroccan Nationalist Movement
was arrested overnight in police
raids with 12 Communist leaders.

—C.P.

Foreign Ministers
Meet Next Week

stands at 120 and
180 with extension
process



























NEW COMMONWEALTH POLICY
PROTECTS COLONIES’ INTERESTS

U.N. Recommend Talk:

Seizes Power

ee












(By W. MUNN)
UNITED NATIONS
The United Nations spetzal Political Committe:
Thu to recommend th l
neighbours negotizg> directi i he |
Treaty
rhe Committee approvedgme fF
lirect negotiations by ag te ef 32 to
The Soviet bloe abstained.
I in France and United
Ss ipported the proposal, >
I t afte Syria’s Ahmed 7s M egee }
Shukar § Secretary- a oro? ( an
rata Suraaween’ Red Chief
I y ‘ it tart “f
negotiation with Isra¢ unless eC A 1i¢ s
Israc ie strate: hat it will ‘
respec t previou resolu- 1 Ww i] » j
tior of the United Nations, unpre ‘
Internationalization of Jerusalem,
territorial adjustment and the} CASABI ANCA
@-settiement of refugees have | ¢. welve | ers of
been recommended by the United 7 lal Unist I |
Nations In the past ron th rencl
neta ast, :
Marcos Perez Jiminez The United Nations to-day also|cm ald g the Frenct ¢
-onte . 7 7 we than i,
DEFENSE Minister Marcos Perez | ‘ ntended hat the adverse com- | ne Paiva ss
Jiminez has proclaimed himself | ')'* y United States .on 14} icp Istiquial Indep |
provisional President of Vene- ae Nat still = working $F) id Commun ‘of tt |
zuela “by decision of the armed { " ed wa ‘an Mae far too flimsy tor
forces.” An army colonel and a |) “"! pee missal. The United }° tne expulsic fa ( i
oO tly denie ‘por lat 5
leader in the pro-government fe ea 9 “ 7 w I nied reports th a munists \ announced in |
F.E.I. party, he replaces the three- nea “hy hb Tet ‘ eee employe communique from Ral |
man junta which has governed |j, the avEt Bo ean at OSM istrative capital of Frene
the country since November, 1948. Nations house acme g te es ecco, where Resident |
Leaders of opposition parties have hmaicas " g non-| Augustin Guillaun } }
been arrested. International) |“ ae . ‘ an iron fisted policy
r ta Dismissal Not Denied ’! known agitators fr
A spokesman for Mr. Lie did not | of Monday's riots
deny that there recently had been; | Gu llaume yesterda
dismissal involving West Euro# the roundup of the Communist" ju
e UTAH | pewnehe onteteniedthne tena] ave sti qeal erarchy
had beer ny firings on security French accuse of collusion” in’ G
* grounds {Monday's riots which t
> a . “pate evie| least 59 live and !
NOE t . Lic request for concrete evi- ; an )
Big Assaul S dence on the sensational charges | than 200.
in the grand jury presentment The announcement did not
SEOUL, Dec. 11. | that an overwhelming number of ae wae ae ee ~ grown
Chinese Communists launched| Red subjects has infiltrated the Teti or ioe ie = ee
the biggest mass assaults in al-| United Nations, was contained in| eee hae i sda sai
most a month to-day smashing | @ letter to the chief American haad i ae the on aan wane
into four South Korean positions | delegate Mr. Warren Austin, The Estent aes rs eo awa
on the Western front only to be} letter was sent on December 3, |“ 2 —UP
slammed back in 13 hours of sav-|the morning after the grand jury's 8 :
age fighting. —- ae made en a
spokesman said the letter is \
South Koreans hurled attacks| being released to-day witho OcK |
against three of the hills before waiting for < Gore Revie ¥ viel CARTOON |
dawn but the battle at the fourth] of the testimony yesterday before Oy OSBERT I ANG ASTER }
little Nori—blazed past noon. | the McCarran Senate Internal Serie. F is ‘ A :

Chinese firing about 6,000
rounds of artillery and mortar,
kicked tough Roks oft frequently

contested Little Nori after ten
hours of fighting, according to
United Press staff correspondent,

Fred Painton,

South Koreans withdrew a
short distance and raked the hill
with air strikes, artillery mortar
ind tank hours and



fire for two

| counter-attacked at 1.20 ne
—_—_—_—— \
J’ca Expects |

Bumper Crop

| (From

KINGS

Our Own

‘ON Jamaica, Dec, 11
Jamaica’s sugar production 1D!
\the 1952 sugar crop is likely to|
far exceed previous estimates anc
indications are that the
cane production will boost sugar

Correspondent)




well over 200,000 tons. Latest
| estimates of the Jamaica Sugar
| Manufacturers’ Association taken

at the end of November continue
the trend of increase. According
to those figures, production will
be 295,050 tons which represents
an inerease of 2,500 tons over the
October ¢« This figure is}
expected to be revised as further







timate:







| dog from a lead to chase the pri

bumper r

FRIDAY, \DECEMBER 12, 1952



On Palestine Treaty


















curity Sub-Committee, That test!-
mony showed that the United)
States has made “adverse com-
ments” on 40 American employees
and that the comments related to
security problems in 37 cases, the
others dealing with moral charges
Fourteen of the 40, 12 of them)



alleged security risks, are still on |
the United Nation povroll the
testimony disclosed.—U.P |

|



NO HELP AT |
ALL

London: A man escaped from i}
Whetstone police station and was
chased by a policeman, Anothet
officer with a police dog saw what
was happening and released the



What was that you were
saying about a dollar
shortage ?”’

oner, But the dog went after the
policeman chasing the man and |
caught him — bowling him ove
The man got away.

Mr. Truman Criticises
Gen. MacArthur’s Stand |

|







WASHINGTON, Dec. 1!
Truman said to-day that MacArthur like ar lecent|

man should give him his solution to the Korean war. 1





PARIS, Dec. 11, information. on the cane croy f
> » vv 7 fac Sues : . arene es ¢ n Arthur y
Official sources said big-three Western Foreign Minis- oe in. a West a Sugar} President told a news conference that MacA ww and]
fers will meet privately next week, with Britain and France sidicaaictte NTS ae ~~ ane Eisenhower both have a duty to come aewaee —_
. rark f > . mM ney w = , state, have a pady sté r , : 2 wy ave w th y “nd t con- |
laying the early ground work for the problems they want! oq production. Frome on Decem-! with any solution they may have which will en (
to raise with the incoming Eisenhower administration ber 1, Barnett on December 8. flict and save American lives. |
j
The United States Democre Sh ahaa ale |
Administration is quitting office § uid aca ee sant ay i
in a month, and Britain and os" " . is i meg eet j col i aaa sy ee i
France hope outgoing Secretary rit 4 rHinDp Vv ITOR 2 ARR able meeting with M my oe
of Stat Acheson will channel Eisenhower, indicating Gov
back to Secretary Designate bither of them has a y
John Foster Dulles the points plan. ‘Truman said that
they would like Washington to} Arthur has a particular duty
member in the hectie policy- | come forward with any |
forming days of the next year for the Korean solution si
Mr. Acheson however is oe as a five star General
to score a few points of his own) : :
in a farewell meeting on the duty lifelong.
topic Expressing doubts that \
It seems certain that Presid :nt- Arthur has anythin wortt
i er would back him however, Truman said he
tothe. ful) on 4,400 miles to see hi
French sources said their Fof- Island once and all he
A A eee the os or bere | misinformation. Wake Is!
wi assu . at a we 7 2 5¢
doing its best on the tempor- was in October 1950 }
arily stalled six nation unified > Ss > r on |
European army plan which would Dd - Age apformett om”
bE reer nth, the Weeen | munists would not !
is 7 | Korean conflict, that
Not Satisfied | posamene to send a di’
re . - Korea to Germany fo
However the U.S. is not sat- tian euena and tha
isfied. With chances at least even | Kame me LPhpe th Sas
that the pact will never be rati- “a was practically ov
fied U.S. quarters report that, Truman was bitterly «
M Acheson will demand a | of the way MacArthur cor
major drive to put ideas across | himself since he was re!
to France's reluctant Parliament \ General of Pacific Comr
According to these quarters he |} President id M ah an, \
vill remind Mr. Schuman_that ‘ 5 uc Mace }
Mr. Eisenhower made the Euro-| | reported to him as ‘i i
xecan Army an essential part of |}man would have done He
policy when he was SHAPE |he has never een
det I t his ideas | since hi return to |
‘ d by hi | States and doesn’t wan
Ase him.
‘ A ( expected to }
! alternative | The president took
Â¥ sibility eo fhat as a five star G
mar 1 N.A.T.O active service, M Art
Thi that Germany THE SCOTLAND YARD DETECTIVE (John Roach), hand on head, looks somewhat puzzled as he que duty to report to the ¢
would tr directly to tions Jack Kurton (George Challenor), left and his wife Vera, (Pamela Chaytor). Bill Millington in-chief upon
Europe: earmament without (Denis Wellesley/Lord Dangan) and Mrs. Millington (Pauline Dowding) look enquiringly on. the Pacific, and
Europe estraints Scene is from the Bridgetown Players production of “The Third Visitor”, which opened last night time e 3 ar
—U.P at the Empire Theatre (See Page 4 for revieu ah “ye ae Up
| good the count:

Miss Hawkins Ladies’



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ie @ aaa 29.430
TO-DAY
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PRICE : SIX CENTS’ " Meare ele 4



hampion a

veral skill at the Gymkhana at the j York November 30
1d I rial Exhibition at Queen proposed from
' iii Si -cizepreil i luce Legislation
. pon in re women t iica Legislature with
r the best woman in th u coming
wed grand control over he juestioned by
f Representa-
Date esitNer ee | 1 raised by
| oa 1h Oe Ypposition Leader Noel
‘|| Good Old Days? | 0 asked if the Gov-
ew inything of the
Midnight cries by fisher- Hon. Sir Harold Allan,
ilor Bay Street wert | he House and Minister
— t reminiscent of the || I ‘ i the article which
ew 0d old days when fly 1} tJ uea next year in-
| fish were ometinu ;} ene 0 ritroduce Legislation
| t ill a penny Last ' tax holiday to
) = 2: ht cry was five flying tustric coming into the
Bending Race | ish for 10 cents ’ la published without
' i t ent’s knowledge and con-
: anes oe ommmnemnt VEN t
i }
| P ass i It was stated, however, that the
or) Republicans Agsail | »xceutive Council ave now con.
: > dering the troduction of a Bilt
which . *
: | 4 vith a view of further encourag-
ARGUE: | I resident Ss ng the development of industry
cond | j ‘
lin Jamaica—C.P.
i on th Be nk Remarks qatar
( | race rom 1
came | WASHINGTON, Der i CHINESE. REDS BEAT
j Jaa Bending | . ]
Nie laxdishiens jot Publican on Thursday at ‘BACK SOUTH KOREANS
phd ae teorn hiched MR TRunian's | remark %
licg Parker | (LOUt Gen, Douglas MacArthur's SEOUL, Dee. 11,
@ oll Korean peace plans as our| Chinese Communists stabbed
ue Y pes” and a “raucous song” {‘hrough withering Allied artillery
: ; ad, re to hurl South Korean defend-
‘ nearer senators Henry Dworshak and] erg from Little Nori Hill on the
I t , ,
ball And Bucket Race jevrman Welker, Idaho Republi-' Central Front for the second time
ead } at bitterly assailed Trumar 1 17 hour
( onlterence tlatement th } 4
\ { The Red urled 3,000 men intd
, a4 ree aA ee had he biggest attacks of the month.
@ Poles | worabalk kala the Proadantia re (200 es, By led heavy
meet aii : i) t “ id “ \ at Red positions on the
| I ounded like the “wucou ‘ me
ong” and that Trun yaa Front,—(CP).
his} t be acting in complet« ana nn
dl t ird for national iit «
i Deane Welker said he was not i | |
re- | prised that the Preside toope be
i lon | ing the word “demagoguer
‘ use he is the greatest dem , ; 7
ese ee te eee wan, | Shopping Days
Prur used the phrase ca
ign demagoguery in des before Xmas
t Korea.—U.P
ecenonettaie ie its AAO

Kast German
Premier’s Plan
























LADIES



IN ACTION

eir events of the gymkhar

’ t Queen’s
nual Exhibition

Park

GOVT. DID

tGymkhana|VO?F ANOW

play \ blished in the New

\ a splendid di :
rimes




















PAGE TWO

BARBADOS



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el ! Glenaire
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lo Take Up Appointment
GILL, sof of M

M" FRERE
4 t vi I r. Gill of
Pp

ige St. Michae wa

e passenger arriving

fron "England sterda by the
De Craase For the past 64 year



Frere ha beer tudying en
nz at Loughborough Col-
Leiceste Hi practical
if as done at the Brush,



Loughborough

Mr, Gill has returned to take
up ar ippointment ith the
Centra) Foundry Ltd

Took Solicitors*

Examination
M" FREDDIE HUTCHINSON
or of Mrs St Clair
Hutchinson of Carlton Black
Rock and Mr, E. K, Thornton son
f M ind Mrs. ¢ A. Thornton
of Pleasant Hall, St. Peter re-

turned from England yesterday
by the De Grasse For the past
nine month, they have been
itudying for their final solicitors’

before
examina-

Shortly
took the

examination
leaving they

















Rressive and nake headwa



DECEMBER % to JANUARY @t (



p arvume
{ k for t g resu
Help keep domestic

JANUARY “ te FRBRUARY °





tion and expect to get the results BILL MILLINGTON (Denis Wellesley/Lord Dangan) and his wife (Aavartts)—Your planet Uranus goin:

early in January Steffy (Paaline Dowding) as they appeared in “The Third Visitor” a aie eee - a tan cane dadii
. a F Bridgetown Players production which opened last night at the Empire outlook ir achieve ef
Pathe Film Team Theatre.

OUR members of the Pathe + rn . . eo ae a a ro ;
Film Unit arrived in Barba. ‘“@rewell To Headteacher Back From U.K. Holiday (ore, re ee ea ude
dos from Trinidad by B.W.LA . staff and pupils of ISS LAURIE PATTERSON *'¢ s Let ne Soa: 0 your eve
yesterday morning on a two-day Leonard's Girls’ School bi of Hastings who had been in ° You “BORN -D

visit They are making a news- farewell to Mrs. C. ¢ Griffit
reel of some of the islands in the headmistress of the school wt
Caribbean and have already cov resigns at the end of this tern
ered Trinidad and Jamaica. They The ceremony which took place
were accompanied by Mr R. yesterday evening was very in
Legge, Sales Manager of B.W.LA. pressive Mr. E. ( rheobalds,
The members of the Unit com- Deputy Director of Education ad-

prise: Mr, T. Ashwood, Mr A. dressed the gathering, while Mr

Rolfe, Mr. S. Goozey and Mr. D. G Cc Millar Inspectc of
McKean Schools, paid tribute to the work
of Mrs. Griffith
fhe opportunity was also taken
to present her with two gifts
of which was from the staff id

the other from the pupil

Many Happy Returns
ee ee ee to Mi

J..R. E. Crane, Lt. Col, Joe
Connell, Capt. A. M. Jones and
Dr, E. L. Ward, who celebrate
their birthdays to-day and Mi:
Vv. C. Knight whose birthday it
was yesterday Mr. KR. W.
Tucker's birthday was on Dec, 10

After Three Months
ACK in Barbados after spend-
ing three months’ holiday in





England with her parents, family
and friends is Mrs, Vere Ince
whose husband is the proprietor
of Kingsley Club, Bathsheba

She arrived yesterday morning

by the S.S. De Grasse and wa
accompanied by her two childre
Elizabeth and. William



Mrs. Ince told Carib that she
enjoyed her holiday

MRS. KATHLEEN TOPPLE but was glad to be

immensely
back here a



; t it was getting frightfully cold
New Matron Arrives the U.K. She said that the visit
RS. KATHLEEN TOPPLE W&S a novelty for her two child

arrived from England yes- Te? who saw snow for the first

terday morning by the S.S. De time

Grasse to take her appointment Speaking. of her trip down

as Matron of the Maternity Hos- ftom the U.K., she said that it
pital, was rough for the first half of the
At the Baggage Warehouse to journey, but the remainder was

meet her was Miss Ann Moller, #004

who had been Acting Matron of

the Hospital. Artist

Mrs, Topple has just come aa a .
from St. Thomas’ Hospital, Lon ISS _M. C. LLOYD of Bir
don where she had been for the mingham arrived from Eng
past four years as Deputy Mid- land yesterday by the De Grasse.
Wifery Superintendent Before Miss Lloyd who now lives n
this she was in the Army Nurs- Paris is on her way to Dominica
ing Services serving on 1e Con. to visit a friend. Due to the cde

tinent and Sierra Leone lay of the De Grasse she has
This is Mrs. Topple’s first visit Missed her connections to Do-
to the West Indies ang she js Minica, but she still hopes to get
looking forward very much to her there for Christmas. Meanwhile
stay of three years in Barbados she plans to enjoy a_ short -stay
. in Barbados. She is a guest at
Vew Curate the Enmore Hotel,
RRIVING from England yes- Miss Lloyd paints and hopes to
terday morning by the De §d plenty of beautiful scenery
Grasse was Rev. H. A. Potts who 2 Pominica, During her ta
has come to take up an appoint- here, no doubt she can wy he
ment as Curate of the Cathedral, h@nd with some of the scen
He was accompanied by his wife that Barbados has to offer
and four children, three boy

On Holiday

and a girl sn TIEANIP RV
Before he entered the ministry R. and MRS. Cc. A, CHENERY

Rey. Potts was a ship building 4 were among the passengers
engineer and also served in the arriving here yesterday morning
Black Watch by B.W.LA, for a holiday







TO-DAY Active ge





England ince March returned erati rewd in bus €
yesterday by the De Grasse t to _unwerranted reciiessne
You have versatile talen nus
During her stay in_ Britain she cayapilty, are magnetic, and impress
toured the Lake District and people Choose As90
Kent countryside with her friend caret are oa
bane st; G. Flaube :

Miss Alice Rudduch



RS. FREDDIE NORTH ar

Mrs. Reggie Elliott returned ; 7
from England yesterday by the Viore Nytons For
De Grasse They left Barbados y e
in early June for holiday Norwegians

abroad

By JAMES BARTLETT



Intransit NORWEGIAN girls are gett!
NTRANSIT throug? bados twice as many British nylons
yesterday from England by they did in September Tin
the De Grasse was Mr, E. H. Swedish girl, too, are, gett
Webb. Mr. Webb is on his way to more
Trinidad to take up an appoint- Empire st ‘



ment as Manager, Cable and
Wireless, Trinidad

Australia « > \
Just about seven years ago, Mi. ‘#King 90 per’ cent






























the tale of a

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ADVOCATE

The Countess Poisoned
The Sandwiches

By ANBREW HOPE

















t { ne « lidr
1 ome « + h
‘ 2K ording " ier i ive «
MARCH t1 to AF V ote k «
ae am t aspect of he ec betweer ou |
discove i that your host wa the sandwiches ere
t ing ed anything h stryel e in enct
cinne, CCAUSE t t f i
plaine that t bv ¢ r
! ht ti er t ‘ t «
No? untouched indwiche He
MAY @1 to JUNE 41 (Gemini) Yo adds
well aspected should encourage é yell, ye ty ave ived For two or three day fte
to tow : Stor to-day. Bt T—-day ith a count who was quite that. sandwiches were served 3
i her epared to riae ' ! half-past elever o'clock
JUNE «2% to JULY (Caneseu= Phe pears, handed youn \ hould av
Pleasant indications with no planets oO o hat it se Frederick face ]
nfriendly pos.tions and with Mereur ke t e in the eriod cove t take a either
well aspNyged. Day favours sound play j ate r 2 t take any
ning, inte:ligent work f oO vere '
pULy MISTAKE
“¥Y & to AUGUST & (Leo)—Ext ; ee
care advised where contention is likely Neither do 1, But Major Cecil —by Crippen
Much can be accomplished in business, William Me a I book FROM castle in Austria t
industry, mechanies and other work @ ‘Ulam Mercer coe A 8 BOOK wie street called Qld Bailey
ou hafidle things well ‘ pub ne unde; hi pen 4
rn of Dornf Yates he And the too, is Major Mercer
. ame > mrnfe ate > . ‘
WUGUST 2 to SEPTEMBER 2 ‘ - the barrister who quit ti B ‘
Virgo)—YOUR day, with Mercury most TeMembe ne a with an
cial , t that i ' write
eficially Ant be miindt fTection ! i ylessedly un- : n
the tempters —ir nee ahd i ‘ . He watched the trial of Crip-
; . shamed A
temper! A genial, gtaciou Virgoar cn, the wife poisoner
will be successfu ‘
. y Wo . But he did more than that. He
SEPTEMBER 4 to OCTOBER By SANDWICHES visited the Crippen home in
(Libra)—"A little with contentmeat is oe ‘ ‘ Hilldrop-crescent Holloway ind
reat gain The more content "0 With Strychnine learned from the police who dug
hopeful you are to-day, the greater y« ;
gains later j AKE. for instance i ojourn UP the cellar the secret that sent
OCTOBER MBER e h tl cour Crippen to the gallows
ome uM te NOVEME « . ! . 1 Seok ant » . 2alle
(Seorpie)—May have to e strongly tes who had an partment in Crippen, re — ee _
your inger tive E re s >», ssecte 1e7
our ingenuity in this Par a mansion in Dresden, lmore, hi wife, dissectec
pliable, resource oe paeduc { > and buried her in quicklime in
good results wo chateaux in France ind a .
wtle in Austria the coal cellar. But he made
NOVEMBER & (te DECEMBER It w it the castle that there 0Me mistake. He ‘slaked” the
(Sagittertas)—Finantes may need double . Hetinet' ; lime put water in it — and so
cheeking and most matters careful ir occurred the istinctly odd case uined sserve the remains
vestigations, b day will be p f the Poisoned Sandwiches, and "elped to preserve . ee

who instead of destroying them.
Major Major Mercer remembers as a
tell boy at Harrow, not long after
the Boer War, listening to a
speech by an Old Harrovian who
had just been elected as M.P.
was for Oldham, and _ overhearing
headmaster say: There
thing she'd saiq 80€S another Harrow Prime
done — and Ministe1 The M.P. was
mind. He knew Winston Churchill,
very sound: and | Those Days glow to the Mercer-

ew that every night sand- Yates touch. He has style and

es were set by her side. in he has grace; he has good man-

ould wake in the ners and he has Standards
ght and wish for some food ulthough they occasionally betray
him as in this extraordinary

orning, when her piece of dialogue about a crooked
her, remnants of lawyer;
iwiches lay on the “He was a
It had been partially eaten “So he was
about it, and I sug- gentleman. He
at the very best

BERRY AND CO

Frederick
Hear
years old
youthful

illed
Annoy

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blackguard.”
But he was a
was at one of
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pretty

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there was,
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< Majo : They’re there
THE whole book is done in
f seh : aa , dialogue. It is not Major Mercer
awh aiies. Tteneace aie "I who appears to. be _ telling
m he igh ; ind Frederick anecdotes from his life, but a
mn he : don't. like {tst-person character named Boy
me while’ I’m Pleydell, aided by his Other Self,

asles hougt (the rat) brother-in-law Berry
gt me last ‘ But ie In ease you did not know,
Major Mercer-Dornford Yates is













the begetter of a cult centred on
Webb was stationed in Barbados. Nylons than they did in Septer the characters of Boy and Berry,
He w Deputy Engineer, Cable ber. and their wives, .
and ireless’ Branch at St. Law- y In the pages of Mercer-Yates
rence So women in this country must the women are adorable and
He was accompanied by his expect to get fewer and fewer adored, the men are witty,
wife and son and fewer of them 3 wealthy, and wise in the ways of
. their world
REASON: British nylon stoc\- Their world of eternal youth
M* NARINE CHARIANDY of ngs now sell more easily thaa where the grass is always green
Gabriel and Co Prinida sritish cars in world mark ind the sky always blue is not
passed py a tk Trade figures published the world of post-war Europe.
day eee ow on et morning show irop ; Major Mercer found that out
1 7 ack im ne a a wr : ld overseas last Nyloa when he tried to resume the
neg fifteen months in the nited > + te ’
Kit gion. sales leaped from 328 deren Good Life in France after his
‘Mr. Ch iriandy took a course it pairs to 208,069 dozen pairs second bout of war service. He
Sanitation at the London Poly- Rosilt of Mkéde. pus oo packed disillusioned bags and
chnic oe oouliaae by e set I pars et up home in Rhodesia, where
aati ns . ” Chr : is Across he has written his 3lst book.
ee , . ip S S Bpive su 3 et the dog dag. It is called “Ac teens 7
First Trip to the wide-boys wh To & graduate, dabided, (a) We oS rents} fe Ey ie
A 1914-YEAR-OLD Londone: eubhiiin én the’ paver Apt to include ao game of tig oe a aan : It is published
Ye : ses ve | n by Ward, Lock at 12s, 6d And
4 N B Valentine arrive »E.8 2 Very un ete ;
from England saatay lay by the ' t & &) oupreRogmeaa ag. rT 9) tor those who have already
De Grasse to join the staff of C eee Gh prete, sd caught the Berry-Berry disease
ble and Wireless, as an assistant ; Additionally. (a (4) ie it is quite brilliant, oes
ugineer. Listening Hours 20. Nesa "o polnt ous”) «ay Mes
> f ‘ a .
) Barbados s his first stati rey, pedetERR 2 Altered yaen, a namber
oe y t comrt ¢
road with the company (006.00 p.m os. cones neds ma (5) PWV TLD y = 7
" sak -— 24 Nothing is this ‘astu. 3 D ? HE WAY
Went To School Here pila he Mews, 4:10, p.m Th 55 Tale that’ is ane we .
ak = * cieiltiieds Ely ervice 5 pm ano ime Date enough to try a © ot. (6)) :
ISS BERYI DYETT of 40 p.m. Canlc¢ in. 6.p.m. Go
m. Can 1 Ce 5 pat 1 Downs
Montserrat who for man beer of on ores a H Stn avds Makes any calf nippy. (9), By BEACHCOMBER
years has been residing in Eng- “““P*" ** P” ee Sees Stains when in steamers. (3) DISGRUNTLE .
land arrived yesterday by the 0—7.30 p.m SLM, 49.71M Groveneer ttreee tetas 4b) a i. a 1 ¥ a a
» Grasse. She is e - » eae ceneenienaptomnnt — . restaurant aSKs y what
De Grasse he js en route te ¢ bon. Meschant avy Geameatne oe : £4) conceivable mistake could wh it
Montserrat. During her stay «15 °5'm. Mp Top Tunes, 6.45 p.m ; iateanse ‘set jed “as” | ie Gesetibed as 1 s .
here she will be the guest of Mrs ports Round-up, 7 p.m The New ) Hes. tiled , . ee nere=s0up on
E. B. Inniss of Carlisle View, Bay 710 p.m.. Mome News from. Britain. 1. Mam at the Involer seem” (@) the menu turn out to be some
Street. _ 15 p.m. West Indian Diary, 7.30 p.m Tree. (5) 7 sort of fish-stew?' Hush, little
Several members of the Inn Centurion Tank 1 Leasec’s outgoing. (4) ss one. It was no error. “Hare soup”
§ ‘ ade hei . é Peeling of the range. f s re é ad
family, including Mr. Eric Inniss,_ 7.45—10.20 p.m $1,.32M, 49.71M Time to throw out. ca) pa a avin a —
oc "e . Pree et tion of yesterda: > Ne many S : >
Who “has recently returned. from 2oa9 pcm. th Abernethy, 8.15 p Wenovated; 8 Bx ee most tiresome gourmet will no-
a year’s stay in New York, were] gadio Newsreel, 8.30 p Com} Errant: 15, Tee; 14 ner 6 tice the difference You cannot
at the Baggage Warehouse tofihe Week, 8.45 p World Affa Azalea, 18, Limit: 2 fons: 21, Noon; : ’
meet her » p.m. BBC Concert Orchestra, 10 p eepaterenge 2. expect restaurateurs to provide
Miss Dyett spent most of h he News, 10.10 |} Fr ate a eh 5- explanatory footnotes to the menu
IVAISS : { ‘ ser fitorials, 10.15 5 ' Awt Neater: 19. thus
schoc lave ,» Barbados to ‘ ee ne Stat N
hool days in Barbad ; 0 Y The ¢ Kuv Poulet de Bresse.*
French Consul, Trinidad
R, R. V. VICTOR, newly ap- |) === : res
M pointed French Consul in GA ' E a PP i A 7 A EMPIRE THEATRE
rrinidad, arrived here yesterday The GARDE ~ James ” — OPENING —
morning by the SS. De Grasse }iro-DAY & fo-mo | BRIDGETOWN (Dial 2310) Saturday 13th — 3 Shows.
a aia ans r Trini- presents alae a abet Lae
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BRITISH HONDURAS ECONOMY | ='r*=

Citrus

Are Increasing

Stann Creek Valley,











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of British Honduras, continued to be the scene of the most



BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGI THREE









‘regular’ order

Oil Source
No. 2 Now
Endangered

By FREDERICK ELLIS
LONDON
Trouble in the Middle East has

AM is a traveller in smoker's

JOINT ‘som OF STAFE CONFER

accessories. If you want a
lighter, a cigarette-holder, or a
hookah, Sam's the man who
shoots the latest line. ‘Well,”
1 asked him, “how's the great
door-to-doors?”

“Shut
miserably.”

Exports



“Just at the right place,” I
said. “You have alittle All-Bran
for breakfast every morning. It's

LONDON.

in my face,” said Sam

‘No orders anywhere. For




















































































balanced formula soothe and rR broken out once again, this time delicious, and it gives your diet
otect the delicate stomach spectacular development schemes in the colony in 1951, in the fabled city of Baghdad one thing, I'm constipated, and Sc daeiealies tei
inin: Get a supply right eave Rl ¢ i blished last ynth Iraq's capital when you're feeling like the bottom bul jomething for those mus-
“Wen — ays the 1951 annual oe eee Ries Bet owen I 7 n’ fan oid ashira. can't pul r cles to work on. It'll make you
5 . . 6 . : an vestern n bou f a shiray you ca ul you \ ork . ake §
y The Citrus Company now has 1,500 acres of newly i aio + big oil rod ing ; ed Ssoet tate petidling 6 aate @f bean lar’ tter of days,”
cleared land planted under oranges, and is establishing a dey 7 , “That's probably year trots Tick on dh ae e as 4
} concentration plant for orange and grapetruit juices. Only last Tuesday King Feisal “Tgnid. “A bad f ° elt Sam digesting this, ani
If opened a £41,000,000 pipeline Fe case of pipes. = when | saw him a week later he
, ore qqnars from the Colony ¥ unerten carrying - are - You looked as if he was in full sale.
eached the value of $731,916 {, wt sf eh ae ee S FOee, “Like I said,"’ I said. You're “Good morning,” boomec
(£182,979) in 1951, an increase ommu is Ss The oil is run by a British bitin slid bb the 38 ft; of nie 2. Good - ra dita
POWDER of nearly $200,000 (£50.000) . company — the £87,000,000 Lraq stat Pp ?y - of pip Want to buy @ battleship? |
; on the previous ir Dam Petroleum Co. with its head- ing you have inside you. All you So All-Bran’s put you in the
5 Neutralises Acid , At the Colonial Development quarters in Oxford-street. The eat has to go through that case big time, has it?” I asked,
‘oothes Stomach Relieves Pain Corporation’s banana plantations ‘ fl company's shares are internation- # pines ay howell “| “Tr ane . > “Tr
© tat tae ava; bow hone at Alta Vista; 1,800 acres were Estates ally owned, with Britain holding bub cael pce > tates * oY re Be Ras)
ap tha dated Gandeh. Catice a:baive planted and the first shipment of _ Egon slice aa , have to do the pushing and a ns ays. Now
, | bananas began in October, 1951: This is how the capital is split . what about a pa f th racle
@ Prompt relief De WITT’S | first shipments to the U.K. haa LONDON. o;4 pulling. But there's nothing a) pal id
@ Easily carried ANTACID reached 13,000 stems monthly by Communist terrorists did nearly Anglo-Iranian —. them to hang on to in the soft I'm already sold on that,
@ Cell-sealed TABLETS the end of the year. Increasing £1,000,000 worth of damage to Royal Dutch Shell foods you get nowadays.” wes
@ Standard Size, 24 Tablets shipments had since been made Malayan rubber estates during sae which Britain “Well?” said Sam na
Economy Size. 60 Tablets | regularly every three weeks, the second half of 1951, Strong olds interests) be ye > od KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN re-
Government counter - measures, American 233% Not at all, I said. Hubble- ‘ Pe ee ha
BEES oes i> fa Forestry, the report emphasises, however, aimed at cutting off the HERE ts THE LATEST PHOTO of the Joint Chiefs of Staff as they comerred French Government ,, 233% bubble, toil and trouble in your a ae oa ; a Y ef a
a Sere been regarded as the bandits’ food supplies, compelled at the Pentagon in Washington. They are (1. to r.): Gen. J. Lawton . tummy — a dose of constipaticn. ee es ee ee
A little mustard mae : ne of the equnts y's econo- Jarge armed units to break up Collins, Army; Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg, Air Force; Gen. Omar N, 95 % A 7 : of whole wheat, deliciously oven-
ny, in Pee posts = forest into small mobile gangs Bradley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Adm. William The remaining five per cent of You're in need of Kellogg's toasted with malt, salt and sugar,
| Products included 1,785,838 cubic This is revealed in the annual “eehteler, Chief of Naval Operatio (International Soundphoto) ‘he capital belongs to Mr. All-Bran.” - Makes a splendid breakfast, end
feet of timber and 719 tons of rose- . t 7 . ‘alouste Gulbenkis yste’ y ?
| wood, valued at $3,846,352 (£961 report for the Federation of oo . é alouste vulbenkian mystery “Where does that come in?’ asked many appetizing cakes, buns, and
| 588): gid 835 551. th { r is Malaya, which added that the ; man of Middle East oil, and gives Se snaitiae dakiee
| valdad at $950,347 (£237.58). ‘ denial of their one-time fruitful COLOMES DIARY aa rer RACRDAMe, RR FL —— ; ee
source of food supply and in- ereent
Road Building formation, resulting “from the ry Earlier this year the company -
| resettlement of quatters under Sing: i} ore | iF AS t he igned mh, 50 50 profit-sharing
It points out that post-war de- the Briggs Plan, forced the ter- auc / pact with the Iraq Government .
| velopment has been concentrated rorists to come more into the “£31,000,/000" thi a FOr at a THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE!
jon establishing a more broadly bal- open, " e: CDAD bat . . 1985, ‘* ae as
anced economy and much atten- Improvement in civilian morale » . ; an Ale Base ; ee A en pe
tion has the refore been given to a and an increase in the flow of es ae nnua epol . The faa “Vancuanicdent: 1 set UD a a
| eee Se road building with jnformation enabled Security ievel soment “Board to spend The
the object »pening up new areas: res achieve -tter results ; : ro . i
for egricustare, During 1951, 3 cP i. cea aneuian ceiaelon Congratulations to the City of Singapore! This island oil millions in the way that will
number of feeder road&S were “jt has always been clear’ says Colony has again produced the year’s best—certainly the ee a eee ees fi
ar a3 habs ney . a : . Mue y e oy t ear-
built on conside oe Era the Report, “that the morale of most readable—annual report. Compared with the dull and ted ee sepliate the ones tere
| was made a porte roe na iietline . ‘ i
| linking Roaring Creek te Ea the population and, in particular, unimaginative documents produced by some other Colonies, tile farming land—adding 2,000,
| Western District with Stann ty the aad eth t — the Singapore Annual Report for 1951 is positively gay. 909 acres to the country's land
; areas, is ; vital factor . : san . hhanaeetials :
| Creek and the Middlesex Valley, 20S) i.@ Vl . ie Not that the gaiety has been allowed to obscure the main %4ual to the acreage of Kent
| so that this potentially rich area ©@™palen. . eel purpose of the re sort Surrey, and Sussex
| will have, for the first time, land ain cptaatae proldbgation. of } e rey New roads, bridges, schools,
|} communication with the capital. “te © ' os n my t t ) tior Marly » February aes sad universities were also to be
| shies < the country continued to expand It Coane. e 1 the information mar) eo ea veerw re aid for from the oil royalties.
| + ana 4 ~ bg eaiiiined generally found in publications be a reception for interested . ak,
As part of the agricultural de- and prosper. of this kind—earnings from ex- guests, including representatives Chairman of Iraq Petroleum
velopment scheme, more land has Rubber production at 603,880 ports, birth rate: the nisin bee of from the Dominions and ‘Colonies, ©Ompany is Admiral of Fleet Sir
| been brought under cultivation, tons was lower by 88,705 tons eee to they olony yjolice They will be welcomed by the John Cunningham who is in
mostly by smallholders, and the that in 1950, due to heavy rain- force. and so on A ‘x the Dean and Chapter of the Abbey, [vaq_with the managing director,
export surplus of maize for the fall in the normally dry season majority of colonial annual re~ who will explain in detail the Mr. Horace S, Gibson, They have
1951 season reached 1,300 tons. and the disturbance .of resident ports, the information nearly Abbey's needs Plans include an been taking part in the pipe-
| The sae eae are: and casual labour on estates a year out of date, and therefore exhibition of Abbey Treasures, wna re ue gi 4
; concentrating on intensive agll- brought about by regrouping (in the ia} f 1 cl se ch estment late, pic ritain’s share of Iraq oil is
| . ne ¢ rEVS . $ 3 n 1€ days ¢ i change) imeclu tm » Plate, p
[ eeneeres ecraas en, pa hai qj. Measure. But the average price of academic inter?st only. It may ture other historic and im- now our —— largest single
ave een made oO Ww an p : “r . >, f > 2 « ~alicat at t n source of supply
; ies ’ of 3s, 114d. per lb. compared have been th realisation that porte ork of art, at St urce ¢ pply.
BRING NEW BEAUTY which have 2 Pere Beng very favourably .with that of out-dated—not to say stale-infor Jame Palace during February When Abadan was seized,
TO YOUR HAIR } with the object of increasing foot! 9. 'Gi4d. in 1950, mation is of dubious interest to and March, by gracious consent Britain lost 50,000,000 tons of oil
erent Tin production was 57,167 tons the great majority of people that of the Que¢ 1 year A cet anes in ag
= | > he ate bstacles — only 370 tons below the pre- inspired the author of the Sina output has done much to make up
At this Holiday Season Last th te a ee ee the Chics ean Aados. ‘ihe chDeta ae gapore Report (Mr, W. L. Blythe, 4 special mes age is to be the lo.
, a : f Pp > - abour ¢ > |e vere the Colonial Secretary) to incor-+ @@4r-ssed to every Dominion anc The other big supplier is the
When you want your }lack of sufficient skilled agr om = eolitiguyePewis Ses oetteea ua Jeerte orate several items of lasting Colony the British Common- Kuwait Oil Company, operating
: b | tural labour. “The veople have factors contributing to this re- POT a n ( as nt yig A * Rat hitiaw : pany, operating
Hair to look its est, been reared to a timber economy duced output interest to general readers wer ates iavatate SUP in a tiny State on the shores of MADE BY te
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ARBADOS wt ADVOCATE

\ (ive Deal eee fs ee ee Casauwe}e
¢rinied oy the Advocate Co., Lid, Broad +, Bridgetown.



Friday, December 12, 1952

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Future Exhibitions

THE Exhibition in Barbados has a long
history. It is more than one hundred

years old. It has been held in the grounds
of Government House in the old Marshall’s
Hall in Bridgetown and in other places.
The exhibition owes its existence tc the
Agricultural Society which played a much
greater ‘part in the development of
the island before the department of science
and agriculture took over many of its
activities. The Agricultural Society itself
is the heir of several agricultural societies
which used to exist in many parishes and
which helped to foster that deep-rooted
Barbadian attachment to the soil which
has been commented upon by many gen-
erations of visitors to the island.

For many years however agriculture
has ceased to be the only reason for the
exhibition and hardly a year passes with-
out some addition to the attractions offered
in Queen’s Park.

This year’s exhibition is in the new tra-
dition and a Display of Mounted Police
was added to an already overcrowded pro-
gramme.

The popularity of the Exhibition is evi-
dent to anyone and it may even be argued
that from the viewpoint of the majority
the exhibition might even be more popular
now than it in earlier days when
there was less to be seen for the payment
of an equivalent entrance fee and _ less
persons enjoy the attractions. But
popularity is not the only yard-stick by
which exhibitions ought to be measured.
Whether the exhibition draws more per-
sons or is more successful financially than
ever before is certainly of great import-
ance to its organisers. But whether the
exhibition could not be as successful if it
were hived off into two or more annual
exhibitions is a question which its organi-
sers ought seriously to ask themselves.

was

to

At present Queen's Park does not offer
adequate display facilities for all the living
or inanimate things which are sent for
display. The poultry section is admirably
accommodated, there is ample room for the
judges and the committee members to
partake of refreshments, the kennels offer
suitable facilities for the dogs and the
owners, the orchids potted plants and
ferns have plenty of space, while the area
available for cattle, goats and pigs is by no
means restricted. But almost everything
else is crowded together. The back of a
stage is not the best place for photos to
be hung: the walls and show cases of the
upper room of Queen’s Park House would
have to be enlarged several times to allow
for a satisfactory display of the items of
needlework, painting, drawing, and other
exhibits in these rooms. Downstairs in a
room of the outer-building samples of rope
work, fishing nets, hammock, white coral
stone pots, stuffed dolls, mpdel buses,
aeroplanes, sisal work mats, tinsmiths
manufactures and many more interesting
exhibits of local handicrafts can only be
seen with great difficulty and in contact
with other interested spectators. By con-
trast there was ample accommodation for
an excellent display of cut flowers which
had lost much of their freshness by the
afternoon of the first day. In the open
the vegetables, ground provisions and fruit
were most attractively displayed
although the entries from the elementary
schools were disappointing. More over-
crowding was noticeable in the downstairs
room of Queen’s Park House where pre-
serves and an attractive booth advertising
the benefits of reading helped to subtract
from the sum total of the space available
for the display of furniture. Under these
circumstances the exhibits from the Gov-
ernment Industrial School may not have
attracted the attention they deserved.
The booths outside were more effectively
used by exhibitors although there seemed
to be no uniformity of arrangement of
local industries. The West India Rum
Refinery, Coca Cola, JU-c Bottling Com-
pany and the West India Biscuit Company
were more or less in the same area and
the displays of agricultural mechanical
equipment were if somewhat lavish in
no way cramped for space.

Organisations like the Association in
aid of the Blind and Deaf and the Automo-
bile Association made excellent use of the
opportunity provided by the annual exhi-
bition to advertise their good causes. But
no one entering Queen’s Park for the first
time on Wednesday or Thursday this week
could fail to be impressed by the straggling
look of what is still called the annual agri-

cultural and Industrial exhibition.
The Exhibition would never have
reached its present stage of undoubted

popularity had earlier generations of Bar-
badians refused to accommodate them-
selves to the changing needs of their day.
The previous mobility of the Exhibition
which has been held even in the grounds
of Government House has set a precedent
which could again be invoked should it be
decided that Queen's Park was no longer
suitable for a modern exhibition. But
wherever the exhibition is held in future















there ought not to be another combined
agricultural and industrial exhibition,
Next year the experiment ought to be tried of
holding an industrial exhibition during the sum-
mer and the other exhibition which could be
held in November or December should con-
fined strictly to exhibits by those « ged in
agriculture, horticulture and in the keeping of
iivestock and animals. With such an exhibition
a pageant or some other entertainment could be
associated but an agricultural exhibitic da
fair combined tend rather to become a llifica-
tion and an early instalment of the Christmas

festivitie This was never the



and New Ye

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stituted the exhibition a

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Es it time to put NEW FACES
Under THE BOWLERS?







By WOODROW WYATT. MP
THE announcement that bat- Rea Not Enough â„¢
talions of the Guards now abroad r Pa , : =
are being brought home in time WRITING WITH THE DOES it matter? Yes, because

AUTHORITY of his experi-
ence as a former Under-
Secretary for War, a Social-

for the Coronation indicates that

bravery—and mo one says these
once again the Guards are receiv-

Guards officers lack courage—is

ing privileges not open to other : not enough, The time has gone

soldiers. eee, eee a tneky . when success in battle went to
No other regiments will cause the keenest argument. the regiments who could stand up

be brought home for the Corona- Woodrow Wyatt, M.P., was under fire the longest.

tion before their tour of overseas bimest? = soldier: he landed If we are to have a corps

duty is over. in France within a week of Welite—and even the Americans

have their Marines—it is entitled
to officers selected on a basis of
competence, not privilege. Some
Guards officers are good—but the

D Day. Here he contends
that now in peacetime the
Brigade of Guards is “the

Privilege and the Guards—the
words are almost synonymous.
Not that there can be any obijec-

tion to th nliveni last entrenched stronghold - ; : a ;
Majesty's Gurcentien aT ie of privilege and snobbery in oe eee -_ on
by the presence of her gay and the British Army.” Is this Wipeee —s — myer
- - — ° Ci r ember a ms
colourful Guards, As her personal true? the-night aiiibonce at a Corps
troops that is one of their main Headquarters in Normandy.





functions, The question is: Who
gets the privileges and why? to be able to keep up socialiy
; with well-to-do brother officers.
A Guardsman in the ranks
must be five foot ten inches high
and of good physique. He must
be prepared to accept the rnost
rigorous drilling and discipline in
any of the three services. At the
end of his training, he will be the
bravest and most resolute soldier
in the worid,

Weary staff officers were plan-
ning complicated moves of units
for the next day in preparation
for an attack,

At last, by 3.30 a.m., the plans
were completed. Then up spoke
the senior staff officer from the
Guards division involved. —

“Tym terribly sorry, sir,” he
said, “I've been ‘working on a basis
of the positions. we were in the

Fathers, grandfathers, great-
grandfathers, and uncles are
powerful anc indispensable assets,
Too few inquiries are made as
to brains or technical skill pro-
vided that he has passed through
Sandhurst, however sketchily.

Money also is needed, because day before yesterday, and not the
Snobbery although the Debrett side may ones we're in now.” And all was
be alright, a higher standard of to do again,

THE Queen's Guar Horse and living is maintained by Guards 7 :
Foot, therefore, are eae de’elite officers than by those of other T can remember, too, a squad-
so far as the men go. The ex- regiments. ron of a reconnaissance regiment
eceptional courage and reliability of the Household Cavalry. Its duty
in battle of Guards units has never The Army Council has iaid was to give us information of

down that the daily charge for enemy movements in front of us.
food, extra to the free Army Its officers were so inefficient, and
rations, in an officers’ mess chall its information so misleading, that
not be more than 2s, 6d. a day the use of it had to be stopped,

been doubted, For a stonewall job
against odds they cannot be
bettered.

For peacetime ceremonial the The charge in Guards officers’ Yes, I contend the men are
Guards make a perfeet spectacle. messes, where such instructions fine; the seérgeant-majors and
Once, because they are the are regarded as a joke is way other non-commissioned officers
Royal bodyguard, they were above that, are superb; alas, the officers are,
never allowed out of Britain in too often, not above average,
between wars. Now they have If a Guards officer cannot
to soldier overseas in Malaya, or follow the same expensive off- ‘No Cliques’
other trouble spots, like other duty pursuits as his brother ”
regiments. officers, he will soon be made to “IN our armed forces the

feel out of it. democratic principle is strong-

They have adapted themselves er than in any other country,

to modern conditions in all re- In war naturally the field of There are no military cliques.”
spects but one—the recruitment selection is broadened a little, and So spoke General Bradley, Chief
of their officers in peacetime. some who would not normally be of Staff of the U.S.A. only this








form the world into one vast and lovely
Shangri-la, in which peoples of all races,
creeds, and colours would mix
amity, doing just what the boys and girls)
with the bulging brains (and, of course, the}
fat salaries free of income tax) told them to|
do. |







the works.
as the only “official” war since we put Hitler!
out of business. |






and “Jolly good show Ma'am".

The “Sir” in these observations
is Gerald Anstruther, author of
“The Third Visitor”, which is be-
ing given, as their second produc-
tion, by the Barbados Players at
the Empire Theatre. The ““Ma’am”
is Annette Dangan, producer of the
play, who has taken a talented
group of amateurs—really, the
standard of amateur acting in
Barbados is amazingly high—and
given them just the little more,
and how much it is, of technique
in speech, movement and gesture,
that will animate a stage even in
those ‘moments when the author
has neglected to do so.

Let the best that can be said
for the play, as such, be said at
once, The trick ending is very
neat. The audience ought to be

t

The officer corps of the Guards
is the last entrenched strong-
hold of privilege to be subsi-
dised by the State, Snobbery,
not efficiency, determines the
selection

Closed Shop

WHEN
Sandhurst,

out from

allowed to

officers pass
they are
state a preference for the regi-
ment they would like to join.
Whether they get their choice
depends on how well they_have
done at their military studies.
The ‘qualifications for
Guards’ closed shop are a family
association with a Guards regi-
ment, and enough private means

the

commissioned

find their way in.

But up to the time when I
left the War Office no one had
received a regular commission

in the Guards since the end

of the war who was not at a

public school or educated

privately at his parents’

expense

The majority of officers serv-
ing in the Guards were at Eton

or Harrow,

Thousands of commissions have
gone to non-public school boys in
other regiments, but the Guards
still keep their system of nepotic
selection intact.

past week,

That ought to be true of the
British Army. Democratic re-
forms have widened opportunity
enormously since the war.

The result is that the
Army is the best trained
world today,

But is it fully effective in
meeting demands __ that no
avenue of advancement should
be refused to the enterprising?
The only quarter which holds

out are the officers of the Guards.
With their backs to the wall they
fight grimly on for the right to
hereditary privilege,

British
in the

—L.E.S.

THE THIRD VISITOR

“Moderately good show, Sir’’—

able to forecast at any rate the
general nature of the denouement
quite early in the proceedings.
Only a very few members of it
will do so. And if, between the
beginning and the end, the gocd
lines are apt to be embedded in
some remarkably soggy patches of
dialogue, there is enough—as the
Barbados Players perform the
play at any rate—to keep the audi-
ence racking their brains about
what that final solution of

murder mystery is going to be.

the

It is easy for amateur casts to
perform the average thriller fairly
well—and most of them do pre-
cisely that. But plays of this type
are by no means easy to do ex-
pertly. The characters are usu-
ally little more than puppets; and,
with little in the way of charac-
terization to get the teeth into, a
actor falls back on
the technical tricks of the trade.
He switches the necessary emo-
tions on and off in quick succes-
sion; and, with the aid of swift-
paced production, gives a perform-
ance that make the improbabilities
seem plausible enough while one
is actually in the theatre.

professional

In aiming at this sort of stand-
ard, amateurs are at a grave dis-
advantage; and it is greatly to the
credit of the Barbados Players that
they have seized to the exten} they
lave on such opportunities
characterization as do exist in
“The Third Visitor”, and have
kept the ball rolling so well in
those stretches of the play where
the author is merely marking time
until he feels he can bring along
his next “dramatic” situation.

The outstanding feature of the
cast at the Empire is its evenness
at the lower level, so to speak.
No one gives a really weak per-
formance: no one when on
stage lets the show down.

of

the

If one were looking for signs of
weakness in an amateur group,
one would expect to find them in
its latest-joined recruit—in this
case, John Roach, who plays the
Scotland Yard Inspector, and, I
understand, has never appeared on
any stage before. Mr.
performance, however, is one of
the successes of the evening. His
voice is on the light side; and he
will probably have.to increase its
volume somewhat if he is ever to
act without amplification; but his
articulation is admirable and his
whole performance is’at once easy

Roach's




and authoritative. One welcomes
him to the Barbadcs stage with
much enthusiasm

One other member ofthe cast is

From A Correspondent

making his first .tage appearance
in Barbados. But only the most
insensitive to the theatre could
suppose that Denis Wellesley (as
the programme has it) had never
acted before—and had not acted
with some thoroughly experienced
colleagues, The tricks of the trade
are here all right—and with them
an engagingly humorous attack
which one can only ascribe to a
kindly and forgiving nature, since
the author has signally failed to
provide Bill Millington with any-
thipg worth attacking. Mr. Wel-
lesley, indeed, gets so much out
of the virtually non-existent that
one holds one’s breath lest he
topple the whole flimsy structure
over. But he knows his job well
enough to stop on the edge of the
precipice; and to give the critical
as well as the less critical mem-
bers of the audience some moments
of real delight.

How nice, too, to be able to
praise unreservedly a_perform-
ance by Idris Mills! To Barbadian
theatregoers—or those of them at
any rate who did not see his Feste
in “Twelfth Night”"—Mr. Mills re-
mains the Corporal in “The Middle
Watch”. In subsequent perform-
ances, good as he is, he has never
seerned to attain to this excellence.
But his nerve-shattered George
flewson is, in its totally different
way, as fine a piece of character
acting as was the Corporal. He
does not overdo it where over-
doing would have been easy, but
keeps strictly within the part—or
let us rather say, since Mr. Hew-
son is a builder, he bangs the nail
right in the middle of the head

William Bertalan has to portray
a stage villain of strictly conven-
tional type. In a cast notable for
Its clear di¢tion, he sounds a little
thick at times; and, though he is
very strong on the suavity, he is a
trifle lacking in the sinister. Buta
most creditable performance just
the same

At the risk of seeming too eulo-
gistic (and I most strongly take
the view that the Barbados Players
are far too good to have indiscrim-
inate praise sloshed over them) I
am forced to say that I would like
to have seen more of Richard
Vidmer. What there was, was
very good indeed. He is a little
imprecise in movement and ges-
ture, but his timing is admirable,
and he extracts almost all that
could be extracted from his part.



I fear I have not much idea of
how the. author intended Jack
Kurton to be played. George
Challenor. who plays ,him at the
Empire, gives at any rate a sens-
ible and clearly-spoken account of
him; and it may be that there is
not a great deal more to give. In
any event, this young actor is de-
veloping. I look forward to seeing

him handle more promising ma-
terial one day with all the adroit-
ness of some of his senior col-
leagues.

I have ung left the t

ladies until
Even more



Mr I
has the r



than
Pauline Dowding
bear a




grievar



than anywhere else in the play,
the actor is forced back on to
stage technique—the split-second
timing, the lip curled at precisely
the right angle, the eyes flashing
just the right amount of fire, the
quick descent into wheedling and
feigned tenderness, the haggard
air of someone who may (or may
not) be in for a serious spot of
bother: in short, as some more
frivolous critic might declare, a
good thick slice of ham.

Largely debarred from _ this
refuge, Mrs. Dowding remains
very much her own attractive
stage personally, seizes the oppor-
tunity of the occasional effective
line, moves nicely, and only rarely
Slips into a certain air of coyness,
when coyness is not required, that
is her major stage defect. Per-
sonally I would rather see a good
amateur than a second-rate pro-
fessional any day. But there is no
question that to‘lend any real con-
viction, however temporary, to
this particular kind of part one
needs a professional—even if only
a second or third-rate one.

In a lesser and more coherent
part, Pamela Chaytor does excel-
lently. Her first stage appearance
in “The Importance of Being
Ernest” suggested that there was
some first-class material here.
This, her second, appearance con-
tirms that view. I should like to
see her in a more genuinely emo-
tional role,- Her delivery of a
few lines in “The Third Visitor”
makes one suppose that she might
make a big success of it:



It is a real pleasure to see an
amateur production as well dressed
is this one. The two young
women, in particular, have clothes
that suit thent perfectly: and know
how to wear them. (Mrs. Dowd-
ing in the last scene is—to put it
vulgarly — a knock-out). The
scenery by the versatile Mr. Ber-
talan serves its purpose well and
permits of quick changes.

In making this last comment,
however, one must not forget that
unsung hero of this and so many
other Barbados plays—-the Stage
Manager, Lance Dowding. No one
associated with the amateur thea-
tre can ever have shrunk more
jeterminedly from the limelight;
or deserved it more. One can only
hope that he gets enough fun out
of playing with the various light-
ing and other devices in this pro-
duction to reward him fordabours
that would send a lesser man to
hospital for, a month.

One ends where one began.
There is no reason at all why the
Barbados Players should not put
on melodramas in the intervals of
being earnest—and, indeed, much
reason why they should. But this
is just a very moderate thriller;
and it is only the trick ending that
enables ons to be as kind to it as








that. (Name one better? Certain-
ly Bonaventure”, or “Uncle
Harry” or “Ladies in Retirement”
or—perh: above all—as soon as
wt becomes available to amateurs,
Dial M for Murder”. And if any
of t » plays demands tricky
stagi Messrs. Bertalan and
De between them will find
the way
I te astonishing, mean-
at I y Da he











| saluted smartly
ing salute from the second Duke
jly took the wreath

FRIDAY,

12, 1952

DECEMBER

CURRENT EVENTS

By JOHN GORDON

LET us open the session with news of an

entrancing discovery.

In tests at the National Institute of Poul-

own food laid an average of 190 eggs a week,
while hens fed on foods recommended by

try Husbandry hens allowed to choose oa rt

experts laid an average of 45 fewer. |
Isn’t it an intriguing thought that if we
poor humans, like those lucky hens, could
be set free from all the experts, who are so
rapturously convinced that they know what
is good for us, much better than we do our-
selves, the effects upon us might be just as
remarkable as it was upon the hens?

TAKE THAT fascinating institution UNO,
for example. The planners’ supreme dream.

It was to make war impossible. To trans-

in joyous

But something seems to have gummed up
Instead of peace it was given|

'
The most extraordinary of all wars. The

war which even victory cannot end.

WORSE STILL, just because UNO
operates on sentiment rather than sense,
those fine lads of ours who have been cap-_
tured are apparently condemned to deten-
tion for life in Asiatic prison camps to suit
the whims of some of our Chinese and North
Korean prisoners now so happy in our hands
that they prefer not to go home.

Fortunately, UNO shows signs of cracking
up. The Big Chief of all its wizards, Mr.
Trygve Lie, has sent in his resignation.

He can’t get the porridge out of the pot
so he proposes to pass the problem to a new
cook,

Then, to heighten the crisis, one of his
chief advisers throws himSelf out of a high
window and is picked up dead.

Why did he do that? Clearly because
something concerning the inner workings of
UNO looked like being dragged into the full
light of day with most awkward conse-
quences.

WHAT COULD that mysterious secret be?
You don’t need two guesses.

But you can be sure that, just as our own
Foreign Office has drawn an impenetrable
curtain over recent disquieting disclosures
of what has gone on—and may still be go-
ing on-— among some of the rather odd
characters within its sacred circle, UNO will
be equally successful in keeping its scandals
from the ears and eyes of the world.

Haven’t we been sentimental about UNO
long enough?

It has not given us the peace we hoped for,
but war. It is not giving us safety, but in-
creasing insecurity.

Instead of spreading amity, it is sowing
suspicions, hostilites, and provocations that
must inevitably bring graver disturbanies.

IT IS OPENLY working to disrupt the
British Empire.

Isn't it time that like the lucky hens we
were permitted once again to choose our
own way of life instead of the way the
wizards have worked out for us?

What do we get from all this mighty army
of djvinely inspired brains?

TAKE LAST month’s examples.
an eight-year-old child treated in a fashion
that no child should ever be treated in a
civilised community.

We had a butcher branded as a swindler
because a Food Ministry snooper took the
view that some chops held togethef by a
piece of unsevered skin should have been
sold as-a-roast for afew pence-tess than
could legally be charged for chops.

What did that monumental example of
stupidity achieve for the taxpayers? They
had to put their hands in their pockets and
fork out damages to the butcher.

I am delighted he got them. But I am sure
we would all be infinitely more delighted
if the Ministry of Food saved us the cost of
similar nonsense in future by shutting itsel{
down. Its days of usefulness are over any-
way.

THERE CAN be no real hope of any
financial ease for us until we tell thoke
masters of ours bluntly and finally that we
have had enough of government by bureau-
cracy and propose to give ourselves the
same freedom as the Poultry Institute gave
to those lucky hens.

In clubs, pubs, and homes one little in-
cident in the television picture of the Ceno-
taph ceremony has aroused some lively talk.
An officer stepped forward to the Duke
of Edinburgh, saluted smartly and handed
to him the wreath which the Duke was to lay
on the plinth.
The Duke returned the salute punctilious-
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Acting Ge Governor At Industrial Exhibition

1952

BARBADOS ADVOC: oC A I Ue



Stresses Need For
Private Investment
In ae Project





aS EXCELLENCY the Acting Governor, Mr, R. N.
Turner, told members of the Agricultural Society at the
Exhibition yesterday that projects like a Central Milk
Depot and Creamery and Central Marketing Agency

“would have a much better








enterprise committed itself
money in tl ;
H Ex ] addressing

members of
before he dist

hortly
» prizes to

the successful exhibitors at this
His Excellency
tk ee the Sz



of the Com-
zement of the

of the Gym-
ll welcomed
Mrs. Turner,

Governor ad-
gathering and Mr.
ig, Vice President of the
moved th Vote of





Thanks
Mr. Be the ll said

“It is my
half of the
to welcome

pleasant duty on be-
Agricultural Society
yu and Mrs. Turner,
Industrial
n unmixed
i us to post-
last week,
sriculture, and

Iw welcome. It






at our

that had we
the attend-

been as good

like to
the first

the two-day

welcome
gentle-

man to exhj-










bition in is isl “Major Wat-
son will be reme ered as the
manager of the (¢ idian Bank
of Cor ree in the years when
thing bad. He was one of
the only people that would take
the chance of advancing money to
the Sugar Industry Agricultural
Banl

“Thing have changed, and I
think we have much to thank
Major Watson for to-day.

‘As you must have seen this
year’s Show is good, not only
from the number of exhibits, but
from the general quality; the

exhibits maintain our
ricultural com-

agricultural
reputation as an ag
munity while the handicrafts,
wood-work and metals show that
with hnical training we
can supply industry with the men
needed, Let u that in the
years to come our Exhibition will



some tec

hope





not only be Industrial in name,
Cattle Show

“A an agriculturist and a
tock breeder I share your regret
tt the Cattle Section is not
! ve would like it to be, but
jlaints have been made and

ire till being made about the
locally mixed feed, If for no othe




reason than that we must im-
pr ve conditi i these }
plaints might well be investigs “dd

ind something done to remove
whatever the causes of the dis-

itisfaction and improve the con-



dition of the animal

“You will f irdéy me Ladies
and Gentlemen, if I turn aside
from the Exhibition to draw at-
tention to another matter which
can and might seriously affect not
only the condition of animals,
but ruin animal husbandry in this
Island. We are now certain that
there is an outbreak of Foot-and-
mouth Disease in Martinique.

You have heard of the precau-
tions taken by the Government
to prevent its coming here. It can
be brought on the feet or shoes
of human beings or on the wheels
of vehicles, in addition to animals
which are diseased. It is our duty
to be cautious and to report any
sign of sickness in animals to the
Government Vet. In our present
condition we cannot afford to take









any chances F'oot-and-mouth
Disease can ruin u
should li to thank the



Members of the various Commit-
tee ind the udges who per-
formed a thankle ta well in-
deed; and ill permit me a



ecial word of praise for the
nel Clut vVhose organisation
f the Dog Show, has done much
of the







2 ent
Exhibition.
Power And Fuel

“We have been told that Bar-
bados is on a bath of oil, we
have just the beginning of a

b which will make the tap
run Let us all hope the flow
will lead us to a source of power

ertainment 1e







id fuel at cheap rates, so that
th mer ly trained and
1 ma ailable, we might
pe able to boast of “the Indus-








ries we have!” Then will our
Exhibition be really Industrial
“Again I th you for your
ndance here oday and the
upport which you have all given

IT hoy t



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yur will be ! entertain-
ent for y«
H Excellency said
it O Hundre Annual
\gricultur {i Industrial Ex-
tion of the Barbados General
\gricultu Society was hetd

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6 On page 7



prospect of success if private
to the extent of investing

Speech Day At
St. Matthias
Boys’ School

At the - Speech Day and Prize-
G ng of the St. Matthias Boys’
School yesterday afternoon, Mr









’ G. B. Niles, , Barrister at-Law
as the gues speaker Mrs.
Niles presented “the Prizes.
he programme opened with a
group of song by the School's

Glee Club under Mr. S. A.
Osborne, followed by a number
of recitations by pupils of the





school. The play “The Bucca-
neer’s Boot” was then enacted,
with each character performing
his part well. Mrs. Niles then
distributed the prizes to the
pupils, after which the Head-

master, Mr. A. S. Smith gave his

report.

In his report Mr. Smith spoke
of the work of the school, which
he said was quite satisfactory in

te of many handicaps. Jhe

had been able to maintain
h standard set by its pre-
aecessors,

“The success of any school”
aid Mr. Smith, “largely depends
upon the quality of its staff and
the type of pupils that-attend it."

Mr. Smith said that the staff
were capable and efficient and
always co-operative.

Results Satisfactory
teferring to handwork activi-
ties, Mr. Smith said that the re-
sults were all satisfactory. He
made special mention of the shoe-

making, book-binding and gar-
aening classes for the seniors
and the modelling and paper

cutting classes for the Junior
pupils,

After-school activities
ed Scouting, Cubbing, Glee
Old Scholars’ Association, the
Literary and Sports Club, and
the newly formed Parent-Teacher
Association all of which were
ng very useful purposes.
The attendance left much to be
There was only a good
during examination
terms. To this end Mr. Smith
appealed to the parents and
guardians to send their children
to school regularly. The roll call
at the beginning of the school
year totalled 280*but had increas-

includ-~
Club,



ser



desired.
attendance





ed to 31 The average attend-
ance was 232 and the percentage
was 76,

Mr. Smith yest ro by ex-
pressing his atitude to the

ind sunind ers of the Board
their untiring

parents

of Managers for

co-operation.
“Second Home”

Mr. G. B. Niles then spoke,
He said it was a pleasure to be
present at St. Matthias which he
regarded as his “second home.”
He referred to the untiring zeal
and the ability of the Headmas-
ter who richly deserved high
praise.

Mr. Niles then spoke of the
achievements of the School. It
had produced men of the calibre
of Mr. Merville Campbell, an
Island Scholar who is at present
Lecturer in Mhthematids at a
College in West Africa; Mr.
George Griffith, at present study-
ing law in the U.K., Mr. Cecil
Smith who was awarded his

M.B.E. at the age of 27; Mr.
Humphrey Walcott, Chief Pro-
bation Officer, Mr. Louis Lynch,

Prinicpal of Modern High School;
Mr. Berry Thorpe, of the Visual

Aids Section of Department of
Education and many others,

Mr. Niles hoped that the school
would go from. strength to
strength and ended by extend-
ing the season's greetings to the

audience
Other

C. E.

5. RB,

peaker
Talma, M.C.P.
Ripper

Open Day

St. Martin's Boys’» School on
Wednesday afternoon held their
Open Day and prize-giving. In his
report, -the headmaster stressed
the changing methods in education

included Mr
and the Rey





and reminded parents that al-
though all boys may not have out-
standing scholastic ability, each
boy has his place to fill in the
community and the artis
ju aS important as the
th priest or the teacher

He thanked pare and



guardians for their qssistance in

the past year and asked for their

continued support.

The school began their pro-
gramme with a play entitled “At
the Rising of the Moon", followed
by Carols and Negro Spirituals.
Other speakers were Mr. Clyde
Gollop, Social Welfare Officer, Mr
C. D. Spencer, Inspector of Handi-
crafts.

Sale In Aid ied Old Ladies Home

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THE BARBADOS REDIFFUSION SERVICE won

first prize
Exhibition yesterday. Their slogan

“relax with Re diffusion”

in the booths exhibited at
Was well depicted as shown

the Annual
above.

Rediffusion Booth Wins
Ist Prize At Exhibition

The atmosphere of Christmas was also brought to
Queen’s Park by a large Santa Claus which advertised
Ju-C beverages. Santa Claus was six feet tall and was
erected above the heads of the crowd visible to all exhibi-
tion fans.

First prize for the best booth at the Annual Industrial

Mr. A. Coppin
Rack From U.K.
Business Trip

Exhibition was won by Rediffusion, whose booth had the
setting of a well arranged room, with a “man” reclining in Mr. C, A, Coppin, Keurea Go

a chair (only his crossed legs are visible) reading, relaxing “P!™enl Anas re















He ggatt Hall, St

hard labour for not keeping tc
th left side of the road while
driving a motor lorry on July 13,
1951

rge of negligently interrupting
the free passage of traffic while
ving a lorry against Bryar
Vv also dismissed without preju
dice. His Worship Mr, Walwyr

and listening to the radio. At the sides of the room four "4 pi ae ee iby he
new types of speakers were on display. The new console jiner ve Grasse. H Dr
models, built locally, were in dark, medium and light col- n the b Coo
ours a ‘ bank Lid » fo I !
The Elite speakers were in played Lister diesel engines and tu roj
cream, brown and black plastic, lighting plant There were also © ‘ is’ I majo
These were imported. Beresford electric pumps on show. develope | ed fo
Esso Products, as advertised by "The Barbados Automobile Asso- a if onth
their agents Messrs. R. M. Jones, ciation’s booth attracted a great e t Advocate shi
won second prize. This booth ad- deal of attention. They had many af } rival that e had
vertised a variety of Esso motor queries and were always ready y¢ er 1 € 1
oils and at the same time displayed with courteous answers Staffordshire vher¢ if
a lubrication guide which instruct- Semastic decorative floor tiles, , . ; ive ;
ed readers to which parts of an produced by Sem x Ltd., a Dun- ,, 1¢ f '
engine oil should be supplied. lop Company, were advertised in , B ‘ if
Another attractive stall was another booth. A variety of tiles ‘ ait . : TiaT
Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd's were built into the counter. M1 P : ‘ r a
which advertised a variety of Norman Hunte was in charge of ee i :
radios and Sunbeam articles. the booth and explained both qual- , He ¢
The booth of Messrs. C. F. Har- ity and price to patron facture! were ext
rison displayed the Lucas battery There were manye otherattrag teous in placi at Linposak
service. The crowd were attracted tive bouths in the Park and the almost every f 1e indu
by different motor horns on the various refreshment stalls did a try and he was given 1} Pp] -
counter. People were allowed to big trade last night when the tunity to investigate the n
sound the horns crowd yelled to almost double and variou ubsidi h
On the lawn near the Park the first night’s attendance arose therefro:
House, where last year a merry-
go-round spinned to the tunes of Despite the inkindne of t
steel band music, was agricultural | 2 I } climate } su
equipment exhibited by Electric Three Hospital . { co t year } aid th
Sales id Service Ltd . ’ he did extreme eat amou
A Caterpillar tractor, which i Domestics Return aa dead ; ' aa: “i that
25 years old, the first to arrive in K { . 4
Barbados, was on display along Three Barbadian who had ,) 2 ; ; La us ;

with the new Caterpillar D-6



been working in England as Do- “a. , B
tractor mestics at various hospitals, re-

There were also B.E.M. com- turned home yesterday morn ng l eet A ,
pressors, a cane cart and a wheel fy the S.S. De Grasse after | natu Hi
type tractor among the other agri- ing completed their three-year Jar wo
cultural equipment on display contract egir tel I

The Courtesy Garage’s booth, Those returning are: Enid Trot- °rTy f t t
aupia was eee near the Lake, man of Mi idleton St. George ! t rtly
displayed Massey-Harris wheel y, I tate 40 . et . ° .
tractors and other equipment by hog tras on : . olan ey At Colonial Office
the same company My Lows Hill Pat rk

Also on display were sprayers; Pere, ; Du sie
crawler and wheel tractors and They said that they worked paid ) i
trailers of every description. Manchester Royal Infirmary; where a '

Among the booths which at- Frenchay Hospital, Bristol “and ‘at spe Bet a Se ates A
tracted the crowd was that run Royal United in Bath. During Servic ' aoe an
ky the Public Library. This booth the first year they had no com- Report of ch
was situated on the stage on the plaints as everything rked 1 : eae eas i
bottom storey of Queen’s Park smoothly, but when they were Association
House, transferred to the south they ex- ine co of n n I

This year was the Library’ perienced some hardships is extremel gh it i
first attempt at running a boot! Their st ic » in the pane ' ae
Miss Betty, Griffith, w ho w ea. mere, Whe tn Os A ‘

vaS in U.K. they added wa














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charge of the booth, encouraged ship was delayed and they had 2@ve ad p i !
members of the public to borrow to pay £2. 10. a week for their ‘ ting neu variou oa
books from the Library, rooms which were not c ;-. centre ind obser

On show was a book of cartons fortable nor did the y have the hat adverse economi fl
which. indicated the various types amenities which exi ted at their ties under ii ri tri
of books in the Adult Section and quarters at the us hospitals “Ersential ) dit p
another book showed the child- Their visit } to me very mu more exp
ren the types of books to their ever, is a great experience 1 th in | bad
taste iu they did not regret mak ‘ id yne, I ver

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Overloading

His Worship Mr, G. B. Griffith}





\cting Police Magistrate of Dis-|

\” yesterday fined 28-year-
By Ke a con

f River seph £10 for j
20 p ger na bu

licer i to carry 31 on |

Oo er 6 i

Kellman who pleaded guilty
24 previous convictions. The

i e paid by monthly }

~ £2 per month or]
efau two months’ im-

ent with hard labour
‘ finin Kellman Hi
WwW hip Mr. G. B. Griffith tol



im that apparently small fine
1 not prevent him from carry
he practice and with hi

ld ask the

court t |






end ler ency towards him
I e Constable Lashley of the COOLING &
B h checked 40 passen-
man jus wh r~
‘ on Rouen Road = Detter REFRESHIN‘
b
FINE CANCELLED

Zhe. TIX

In the Assistant Court of Ap-|
peal yesterday Their Honours Mr. |
H. A, Vaughan and Mr, A, J. H.}
Hanschell reversed the decision |

His Worship Mr. C. L. Wal-

n Police Magistrate of Districi
\" who fined Albert Bryan of |
Michael 30/- and |
paid in 14 days
imprisonment with

to be
14 days’



heir Honours dismissed the

prejudice. Another

had dismissed this case s

. ismissec Vi case on. it Sole Importers:

W.S. MONROE &CO.LTD.,

PACED TOO HIGH . ”

rhirty four year old domesti
ervant Delcina Johnson of St
rhomas was fined £3 or ome
month’ imprisonment — by Hi
Worship’ Mr, G. B. Griffith fo & MUIR LTD



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nee to Hyacinth

December 10
The bananas

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Bush Hall, |
reported to the Po
that a fan belt
$5 was stolen from his
parked in front
Dec. 9

Morton Richards of
Michael,
lice yesterday
valued at
car while it was
of his house on

Dottin of St
reported that
aud a revolver were
his car which wag
Silver Hill on Dee, 9

SYMPATHY EXPRESSED

Quintyne
G ge

Lukes, St
00 in cash
stolen -frem }
parked on



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Wednesday, Mr. J. E. T. Brancke
expressed sympathy to His Honou
Mr. H. A. Talma and his famil
on behalf of the Bar on the
ment due to t
Mr Taln i's



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PAGE SIX BARPADOS ADVOCATI





PREMIER TALKS ABOUT EMPIRE MONEY

Britain |
Must Became
**Banker’’

By BRETT OLIVER

LONDON.
New Zealand Prime Minis-
ter, Mr. Holland, sat in hi ult
at London’s famous Savoy Hotel
and talked about money—money
that he wants to get his hands
on, And it seemed the last thins
he needs
Looking p r « perous anc
healthy, tanned and seemingh
rworried by the fortnight facing
} Iked ft the lap o
iit thick-carpete<
pocious, wing of the
Savoy which has housed more
millionaires than New Zealand
has ever possessed. It is the Lon-}
don home of film stars, magnates
financiers — and, occasionally,
Prime Ministers



COMMONWEALTH CONFER



| CHRISTMAS
ARRANGEMENTS
FOR COLONIALS:

LONDON,

arrangements for













Christmas

eater for all tastes and include
social and cultural activities

One of the chief social attrac-
tlons will be the student dance in
London. More students than ever
before have applied for invita-
tions. And the organisers plan
to book a hall which will accom-
{modate more than last year’s
record number of 1,600.

They also plan to invite the
Secretaries of State for the Com-
tinonwealth and the Colonies and

| cieties with colonial interests.
And while Mr. Holland ex-} |

pounded about money, the lights |
over a wintry Thames winked in|
at him knowingly through wide)
windows

“Yes, that’s our great need,
he said, Thoughful moment, he
added: “Capital monies.”

Very well, capital monies It
ounded good and sitting there
with “money” all about, it didn’t
reem such a difficult commodity
to acquire, Not so, thought Mr
Holland, only too clearly. }

“New Zealand has ‘approached
its great need for capital monies,”
he said, “at a time when Britain,
who is normally the channel for
obtaining such monies, is having
such a .difficult time balancing
her own accounts, let alone
having a surplus for lending.”

There and then, the spectre of
t h e Commonwealth Economic

Students who wish to take part
tin study courses, stay with
English families, or visit a
different part of the country can
|do so. Fares and part of the
expenses for the study courses
are covered by the Colonial
Office’s fund to which colonial
governments cortribute.



Extent of the Christmas plans

Mrs. Culson, liaison officer for

enjoyable holiday.
7 L.E.S.

PICTURED here with the Secretary of State aro the Colonial Advisors to the Commonwealth Conference. They include Mr. G@, H. Adams, | Si Wied ere Sita
} Member of Executive Committee, Barbados, and Mr. A. Gomes, Minister of Labour, Trinidad (both representing the West Indies), Mr. A. |

Conference which had _ brought} Gilmour, C.M.G., Secretary for Economic Affairs, Singapore (representing Federation of Malaya, North Borneo, Sarawak and Singapore),
the Prime Minister to London.; mr, H. L. Jones, Assistant Secretary (Economic), Northern Rhodesia, Mr. W. Padley, Secretary to the Treasury, Kenya, Mr. R. de 8. Staple- |
intruded like a draught off the} don, Economic Secretary, East Africa High Commission (representing Tanganyika, Uganda, and Zanzibar) and Mr, K. C. Tours, Permanent
rainy streets and the interview! gecretary, Ministry of Finance, Gold Coast (representing Gold Coast and Nigeria).
settled into a succession of un-- ~— ioe spe fal

















gompromising realities ‘then get some of the capital provide her finance for require- land are wondering the same to his settee He looked as if he
Providing Capital i monies Mr, Holland was refer- ments of trade and development thing, There is a feeling among haa hardly left his workplace|

“Tt is true that if the question ring to, of resources. If ‘she hasn't the Commonwealth countries in need that day. |
of providing capital was to be Money for what Railway ex money he * ill abandon her o capital investm nt that the Bat he chatted for a_ while “
decided on the basis of credit tensions for one thing,” he said. place as benker noney likely to be poured into longer about other things WONDERFUL
worthiness, no country would “Hydro - electricity development And then he spoke of a tbh- the Gold Coast could bs better Migration We ar going to
have a higher priority than New Local body requirements for re- ject, still very much concerned spent in other places continue with our migration policy | ”
Zealand ticulation. Forestry.” with money, which has doubt- It obvious enough from but along restricted lines Wel TRIP

7 What about some for establish- less been fretting the mind f what Mr, Holland said that he want to be sure there is always}

“But it can be well ‘understood ing export industries besides those every Commonwealth country is thinking al the same lines. employment for immigrants at} That's how thousands of
that Britain can’t consider the of meat, butter and cheese” financier The Briti Government, and useful jobs and that their pres- | jenced travelers de-
needs of one country in isolation “No, I don’t think there Wi I’ ell aware of the nadiar British aluminium ences doesn’t mean unemploy- | scribe their flights
and, quite naturally, if something much scope for expansion i Hortage of money for overse ompaniec are concerned in the ment for our own people.” | 9
is done for one, then all the others manufacturing lines, Any tudy investment, I’ve-been encourag®d Gold Coast project. The idea is His trip over Fourteen hours WIA
will gtake their claims and the we make on the development of by th: announcement that £200 to build up hyaro-clecJic power in ir to get practically
aggregate would be far beyond secondary export industries must million will probably be spent so that colossal deposits of baux- nowhere was not much fun,” h®
the reach of Britain.’ be coincidental with an assess- on developing the aluminiu I e can be turned aluminium said, referring to the turn-back

ment of the buying attitude of d y on the Gold Coast m the spot, Productior tarting of his plane over the Atlantic

Which was assuming, in the other countries.” “But because of what has hap- about 1960, the iy, would reach His trip home. “Through Amer-
first place, that Britain might Hypothetical talk? pened in Persia nd the exist- 210,000 tons annually in 20 years. ica yes Jut nothing’ has been
have a few spare pounds lying But Mr, Holland as sure of ing problems in Kenya, South All this talk nd thought about arranged ibout a meeting § in
around, That is the trouble. one thing. Leaning forward off Africa, Tunisia, and Morocco, I money must be a strain for every Washington, No, I don’t think T’'ll



Everyone says she hasn't Not the cushions, his eyes sharp be- don’t think that can be described on» of the Empire men 1o have be seeing Ike

at the moment, anyway. Perhaps, hind his horn-rimmed spectacles, as the most favourable of invest- come to Lonaon, And Mr, Holland “And now, I must ha a bite
say the economists if decisions he said: “It is my view that if ments. In view of these develop- w having h fair share of it. of supper,” he said, re ing his
taken at the conference work out Britain is to recovet her former ments, those conn®cted with the All dav long. he had been thrash- glasses and laying down his pen. |
successfully, Britain might again sphere of power and inflttence in Gold Coast proposals must be ing out conference-eve prepara- All that was left to do was to
be in a position to resume her the world, she must also agzin very sure of their ground before tions with New Zealand Treasury walk down and out of the Savoy |
role as banker for the Common- perform the functions of banker making such an _ investment idvisers, The work lay about the and along the roaring Strand—
wealth. And New Zealand might for the sterling area. She must. Other people besides Mr. Hol- suite, spilling over a table next thinking of money —j,,8.8.













ideal Si cccthidouctdpellaentanthaacatatieetinnstacadigsihhtedael sundaes ai — — j

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lelevision For The @g° Cocktail

‘ ritl xports eed = “ocnlat
Gommonwealth ‘abinet
| Lab
LONDON, aoboinets NEW Y

Commonwealth anu Coionial OR iK
countries, with the exception ct . | 3 eos Non-stop service by the luxurious
Canada, are stili a long Way O 4 V \ n | For Buses “El Presidente” or via San Juan by
from having television. Some | popular, money-saving “E| Turista.”
mugtt says“Just as well.” Ali the LONDON
same, it is ‘practically inevitabi< No country in the world can achieve economic advance-| Buses fitted with cocktail ¢ 1b- E U g 3 Fa &



lua. one day ihey will be sprout- P- 7 |
ing TV aertals and tending more aZaks 4 ee ment without constant addition to its stock of industrial} inets and other luxuries are plan-
« <€ , ‘ z ined tor / winane nto, - * :
to become stay-at home coun- equipment. Some, like Britain, are in the happy position of |! 1 for Americans expected for Bogules _cervicn by giant double-
tiles , 1 hd ; ; 7 : »_..| the Coronation, decked “Strato” Clippers*—world’s
es. *k oe being able to provide most of the equipment needed for | fastest airliners —to Paris, Rome
That day has been brought oO urke y tis purpose from their own resources. Others, howeve Travel agencies are getting) Enjoy stopovers in England, Ire-
much nearer by recent British ¢ | orders from New York saying that land.
advances in the development the tourists are willing to pay well





look to the more industrially developed countries to supply
AWRARA. Turkes ri ¢ t y developed countries to supy











“canned” television programm An epic sixteen year struggle of a large proportion of their development needs. provided they can be sure of first-
These “thdieate - that het transmitters have at last against almost unendurable hard- like Canada, Australia and India united . . - and so the list might Fif } A I
, iy 1s me “apt . . ifty vealthy Americans—the i ities
been set up round the Common- ships has just ended with the ar- Preceed with schemes of capital continue ‘ Pa ease wry P] le} Frequent flights to all main citics
wealth, T-Viewers will mainly vival in Turkey of 200 Kazaks “&vé ment and build up a con- Similarly, there are numerous | Vaneuar ce ue ou ees by swift Convair-type Clippers.
F ; ain i 2 aze : t n the § on Frenc
see film reproductions of pro- {rom Outer Mongolia’s Sinki iderable capacity to produce examp! from other areas; the}! 4 LP nea the eee a pip h
) é ro zee ; consumer: .good méré-dnd. more installation of > « telegtaph | liner Flandre in ay for a tour se
grammes originated in England— Province. ‘ Seater etn Gait hen SiR akay ate ol Nation of a trunk telegraph! «+ Britain before the Coronation For reservations, see your
in. eee the samé way that Their odessy started when Rus- their d ands for imports ar 1d telephone system in Turk Travel Agent or
é ay int é

sian Communists invaded Eastern concentrated in capital equip- the construction of Saudi Arabia’s They have asked for coaches to


















BBC sound features are now re- Mongolia in 1936 Then 18,000 ment. And this tendency has been first public (urban) © electrici be ready for them t moment
corded and flown to some arenas Kazaks living in Northern Sit reflected. steadily in the Un { supply, the provision of mechani-| they rai i They ing t on ample
for re-broadcasting, kiang to the south of Mount Altay, Kin m export figures S$ eal and electrical equipment for room for ‘i g ce fort ne baggage
It has become increasingly fled into Chinese Kansu where the the British Treasury in its month- a large grain handling and| space for two cases each WoRte's
clear as television spreads siow- Chinese authorities allowed them ly Bulletin, for Industry. torage plant in Argentina (the : : mee most Kawa
ly round the worid that the to settle on. the cor ion that I 1938, the broad group of lergest in the Southern hemi-__ It is suggested that if there is }
they delivered up their arms metal engineering produ phere), and so on. fficient space fer baggage, a



problem of its establishment is
not entirely centred on the cost
of building stations. A powertul

Nor does the story end with the }!
rt of capital goods: there are | Pat
» What might be ,called capital

Thirteen thousand tired and formed 37 per cent. of total U.K
dispirited, consented, but the re- eo ports to all marke
maining 5,000 preferred to join 46 per cent of a total roughl



in 1951, exp



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Colonial students in Britain are}
already well under way. They '

}representatives of voluntary so-|

is illustrated by the fact that

the West African Women’s
Student Union, has just made a
tour of the Midlands to ensure
that all students there spend an





ge van should accompany the FAN AMERICAN
y. A travel agency said: —



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ogether, these obstacles have to two groups The first OUP, share of thi froup can be at ainat Dam project, on the , . 7 lot to tt try in dol- | Broad St. — Bridgetown
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1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN ~















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A Challenge Cup, presented by 1” Variety amd Quality of Exhibits, fer ¥

e e e os 3 1 Mr, H. A. Arth for the best Such Vegetables as are grown Th tie a
young Bantam.—R. F. Parkinson. Colly. field under the Local Food Production ;
rice Mock Defence) Control Order, 1943, Ne, 2—
No, 36. A Challenge Cup presented b Pe Walker, Redland - Ze.
|










the Barbados Pigeon Clut th 53. A Special Pr of $5.00 pre-
best young Game Bird on show, ted by the Barb Agricult
ontabelle. Mana





Fr, W iral So

clety to the Plantation





er of the
number of







5 From page 5 tables and fish, which, as the we do in order to attract visitors. the high, intermediate and low Stuffed Toys—other than dolls stiles Ne ee ET ty | Pervetual jeg Momectisl Cup. 9 Fariety ond Quality or Behind aee eek
about a week after my arrival in Director of Agriculture ceaseless!y “Barbados, it is true, has cer- rainfall sections respectively. arveans, Cone Pee or Toy (atts Menara, He ane Co agente The Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) for Vegetables as are grown in the Field
’ Barbados two years ago. | could points out, is a “sine qua non” if tain natural advantages, in the “Talking of difficulty of judging, able. for reproduction for sale te for’ “Purina” feeds, for the best “Reg-| {he best young “Trio” (1 male and 2 Yan ie nt ea Nor a bion: :
hardly have had a more instruc- food production in this Island is form of a pleasant climate, an ens I did not envy the task of the tourists) - istered. Milch Goat'on show which has| (sles) Of the Heavy Breeds—J. R. Soo Matvern. Bae Neetite te
tive introduction to.the Island, to be substantially increased. If trancing countryside. sandy judges in the Dog Show, and I nee yon uk sitinens cs Aad coe Teme, Of Hae. C. 8. Mc-| No 38. A Perpetual Challense Cup




presented by Messrs. Provision Dealers
Ltd., representatives of The Quaker Oats
Co., makers of Full-O-Pep Feeds, for No. 54. A Perpetual Challenge Cup
the best pen of Fowls (1 male and 3 presented by the Agricultural Society, to
females} to be exhibited as a pen—J. R_ the exhibitor obtaining the greatest num-

teaches, etc., which less fortunate warmly congratulate the Barbados Catanthes No. 10.
territories in the Caribbean area Kennel Club on the general suc- _ jj ir Edward Cunard. Messrs H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.,
imper- cess and popularity of their sec- ‘as Brasso (a) white and white Agents for “Purina” feeds for the Best

tion. I feel bound, too, to make » ra cate Registered Milch Goat on Show which
a

-and I remember how extremely private enterprise would come fo: -
_ favourably I was irpressed,gas I ward with a reasonable proposi-
made. my way incognito round tion I am quite sure that the Gov- cannot boast of. It is
the Exhibition, by the high stand- ernment would be only too willing tive, however, that Barbados

GARDEN VEGETABLES

A Chall . im ted by
Challenge Cup presen’ Special Prizes



has had more than one litter of kids,





































. oe be a oI | Alleyne, St. Peter. ber of points in the Garden Veget .
¢ - ‘ . as 4 b ir « arden getabl
_ard and variety of the Exhibits. 4, grant any reasonable conces- should not throw away its natural ® sneiae — of the furniture , Sg Sos fever Spd owen — Tore: To| "No. 39. A Challenge Cup, presented by Class.—E. W. Brathwaite. St. Thomas.
> “During the war years I reck- gion nie Hl God given” advantages over its section, which seemed to me to be k - Grtrens. ro : oa ders'| Mr. A. F. Bishop, for the pest young — No, 55. A Special Prize ;
‘ sions which might be asked. aie Sa “ s an absolutely first class advertise- C#ttleyas Brasso Laelia the Barbados Dairy and Stock Breeders’ | >" : oung — No, 55. A Speci ize of a Case of
oned that knew more than a ~ «ws : rivals. The writer of “Nobody's &n y first class advertise- ‘ ; ea | Rabbit on Show.—C, A. Gréenidge, St Silver Forks presented by Sir Alfred
The steadil deteriorating },; boy : Ist—L. H. Nicholls. Association——-H. Taitt, Bank Hall 4 rks Dp Alfred
little about the planting of sweet .. a y aes Diary” in the “Advocate” the ment for the Island, of the photo- Catteyas Lae No, 11, A Challenge Cup, presented by | Thomas Savage, K.C.M.G.. to the exhibitor ob- ‘“
“4 . tuat the Scotland Area has : : y lia Ke Cup, p ‘sa age,
potatoes, cassava, egg plants and Situa ion in the Sco rea has other day, in one of his (or her?) staphy, which I found fascinating, — 1st—Miss E. B. Cox. the Committee of Management of the a PIGEONS a os greatest number of paints
i okras (which in the Far East bear been giving cause for serious more doleful moods, lamented of Peter Wallbridge who was Goamerae Mybrids Bartades Dairy ans Sey Breeders’ As-| re arn Sree aac ties io ee Garden Veaetable Class.—E. W.
‘the more romantic name ot #arm for a long time now, and that he (I will use the pronoun awarded a special prize in the Gattieyas ‘Species—purpie and variations kid. bred, raised and owned by the ex. | Petual Challenge Cup, presented by The FRUIT
“Ladies’ Fingers”), but I had to large amounts of the taxpayers’ interchangeably) seemed to be Water Colour Section, of the — ist—Mrs. L. H. Nicholls. hibitor-—Eustace Gibbs, Rockley Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) for the best Special Prize
a acknowledge that the best of my Money are spent barrenly on're- alone in caring whether the orchids and other flowers, which Dendrobium Hybrids my No, 12. A Silver Challenge Cup pre- | te@â„¢ of 6 birds of any one colour of No. 56. A Challenge Cup, presented by ~

Clarke, Strath- Barclays Bank (Dominion, Colonial and
Overseas) for the Best Exhibit of Fruit

A Perpetual Challenge Cup pre- to be won 3 times in succession or 4

sented by Mr. Robert Gale to menmibers | OP¢ breed.—G. L. W

of the Barbados Dairy and Stock Breed-|°'¥de. |
0.

—Mrs. L. H, Nicholls,
rebium Phalaenopsis
Ist—Mrs. F. A. Hunte. ers’ Association for the best ram under

efforts would have made a very Pairing roads and bridges in thst beaches of Barbados are spoilt or

are always among the most popu-
oor showing compared with the area. I say “spent barrenly” be- not. I wish to assure him that he

lar features of the Exhibition, of





































4 ie > c 5 a ae _ i the stalls, which I am glad t Dendrobdi teeth.K. D. Webst St. Li sented by The Barbados Pigeon Club times altogether be becoming the
prodigies which were on show at cause as soon as there is another is not alone and that I stand + : & Q see robium Phalaenopsis Schroederia. ‘Wo teeth —K. weer ee 1934, “For the Best Bred Y Utilit roperty of an e 0 Sastle. Cus
the Exhibition. Similarly, in the heavy fall of rain the roads slip, shoulder to shoulder with him in included booths by the Boys’ and pum na atcast Guulenge Cup presented be | Bind. Proveros, Nevy Garden, Plantation ee
Far East we affected to be con- the bridges collapse and the work this matter. The visitor is natur- Girls’ Clubs and the Committee pen robiums—Species : Barbados Dairy and Stock Breeders’ As-| No. 42, A Perpetual Challenge Cup, SUGAR AND MOLASSES

Stemptuous of the cattle and has to be done all over again. But ally disgusted by filth and litter for the Blind, Deaf and Dumb, ist—Mrs, F. A. Hunte. sociation for the best ram two teeth and | Presented by The Barbados Pigeon Club No. 57. A Perpetual Challenge Cup
poultry which we saw in Middle the money is not, of course, ©@ the beaches; he is also offended and of the delightful alcove of {hp Superdiens over KD. Webster, St a PR | ee ae eo iekeane icine reared hy tie Barbecoe’ Suse Pr

’ se, A ; ‘ : . rand a Spec. > . 5 ~Mrs . 4 ssociation for the be exhibit
Eastern countries as we passed wasted in the sense that repairs b¥ Tude behaviour in shops, buses, ‘he Acting Public Librarian, Epidendrums—Epiphycat rar avanted’ to Riembers ct the Bertude: | No. 43, A Challenge Cup, presented by af Yellow Grocery Sugar.—Sandy Lane
through from time to time, but have to be done, if only to keep taxis, or let it be said, in Govern- where I would have liked to “‘Sst-Mrs. P. BL O'Neal Dairy and Stock Breeders' Association | The Barbados Poultry Association for Factor)
i i oa " > ment offices. Let it mot be con. browse longer. Also, of the prize * Oncidiums—(b) Ampliatum for the Best Doe Kid no broad teeth, on | He best young Modena Pigeon en show N 8. A Perpetual Challenge Cup
again I had to admit that I had ng pliaty
e aca the roads open and get the canes | ~ a ‘ of silver forks in’ the G at iene the recdémnfendation of the Judges | be won 3 times in’ succession or 4 presented by Messrs, S. P| Musson, Son
jever seen specimens anywhere put, strued that I am implying that Yo octable Clase which arden pate © Bikes Gite Hockey. “* \times altowether.—Mrs. W. D. Warden, & Co. Ltd, for the best exhibit of Clear
in Asia to compare with those ex- . ‘ bad manners are general. I am Vegetable Class which “was pre= ‘hs: “Mr Neville Connell No. 15. A Special Prize of $5.00 will be! Worthing ‘ Sugar.—W te
hibited at the Barbados show. I _ Soil Erosion : not. But conversations with many -S¢hted by Sir Alfred Savage be- Phalaenopsis Hybrids—(a) white awarded to Members of the Barbados | ,No. #4. A Challenge Cup, presented bs - engé Cup

a ember, too, bei trigued by “Obviously, however, it would visitors have satisfied me that in> fore he left. This was a very typi- | Ist—Miss Olive DeRocha Dairy and Stock Breeders’ Association | The Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) for prese by t Exporters. for

ms remember, ) DEINE OASUSS Yo taal tine : cal gesture on Sir Alfred’ Spathosiottis Hybrids for the Best Bred Ewe -G, A. Marshall, | tte best team of 4 Young Racing Hom- best exhibit of tal. Sugar
arrowroot, sorrel and eddoes, — ish = embark on any aes stonces do occur far too frequent- 8 r Alfred's part. ist—Mrs_F. A. Hunte* St, Thomas |ef, Of ony one clase, except A.0.C-— Andrews Facto

j , Ss schemes of reconstruction in this ly. Wis Spe ; No. 16 s 1 Prize of $5.00 wai|C umphrey, Hastings No. 60. A Perpetual Challenge Cup
wrist had net preyaowaly Ory aren Whdll the test alfvicg has ere Foot And Mouth Disease Sing ate be awarded to Members of the Barbados | No. 44. ta) Challenge Cup, presented presented by the " Agricultural
and also by the (to me) odd look- : e . ee cere reserving Charm “Before I close, I think that I ipttie ‘Collection .. Dairy and. Stock. Breeders” Association |»Y Messrs. L. R. Foster & CG, A. Hum- Society for exhibit of Special Fancy
ing black-bellied sheep, and was been received of how to tackle the “Now I have been talking for jy sht to make a very brief t . rs. H. B. Bannister, for the Best Bred Ram.—K, D. Webster,| Phvey for the best young Racing Homer Molasses —Ciimt Facto
lost in admiration at the exquis- problem of soil erosion. As long ago the past few minutes about tour- . 7 8 NASTY UFOs rere Hy brids—Terete St, Luey on show, to be won three times in sue- No, 61. A Perpetual Challenge. Cup,
itel , : “April tt * ~~ viuignie ty a ence to the outbreak of Foot and t—Mrs. L. H. Nicholls No. 17, A Challenge Cup presented by | cession or four times altogether.--C. A. presented by the Barbados Agricultural
itely beautiful array of flowers, as pril, on the strong recom- ists or visitors, but the charm of youth Disease that has recently 7 ete . Mr. Robert Gale to the members of the | Humphrey, Hastings. Society for best Exhibit of Fancy Mi
and succulent preserved fruits mendation of the Scotland Area Barbados is worth preserving, not occurred in Martini t—Mrs. H. B. Bannister Barbados Dairy and Stock Breeders’ As-| No. 45. Challenge Cup, presented by lasses. Belle Factory E
hnd jellies. Last but not least. I Conservation Board, which was set 0M their account alone, but on its caught hold ae tae pw A.O.V. not specified , sociation for the Best Ewe under two Beek eit’ ne *¥ oa jens - the ‘ BUTTER

a as . = ae - ian os ace arhado ac ¢ ber bamny > teeth G A M. hall, St s. o your ienas, © one Sp tal Pri

}came away feeling that the Agri- up by Government to get to grips = ,account. Barbados has a wipe out our cattle and our sheep, 3 atten ee ne, No t8.A Challenae Gus panama: yy { colour, to be won three times in suc- No. 62, A Silver Challenge Plate.~pre-
cultural Society deserved to be with the problem, enquiries were beautiful natural heritage. Why our goats and our pigs. The Gov. .§st—Mr. P. B. O'Neal Mr. Clarence O'Neale to the members| cession or four times altogether.—W. D. sented by the Canadian Bank of Com
ommended for the very attrac- made about the possibility = wreck | it? Good manners cost ernment is taking reasonable but % specimens, all different of the same ©! the Barbados Dairy and Stock Breed Warden, Worthing merce will be awarded to the exhibitor

a ‘ ‘ z - s ake . > , soc r | e No. 46. A Challenge Cup, presented by winning the first prize ir . »
ive form of its prize list. securing the services of an expert nothing and make the life.of a vigorous steps to prevent the in- 3.f°"¢r ers’ Association for the Best Registered ec winning the first pri 1 thé Butter





7 ae : i ry . appier ; ; : F. A. Hunte Locally Bred Buck not exceeding 1 year.| The Barbados Pigeon Club (1994) for the competition. This Plate must he. won
Third Exhibiti soil conservationist to advise us Fag pe so very much happier. troduction of the disease into the FIELD VEGETABLES Eustace Gibbs, Rockley best young Tippler Pigeon on show to three times in succession or four tines
1 xhibition what to do. o why not cultivate them? Coron- Island, and has plans well ad- Byeadfruit—o only No. 19, A Challenge Cup presented by] be won three times in succession or four altogether before becoming the “property
“All that took place two years ps - ‘ ».,. ation year is on the thresh old. yanced if aati > —Walter Carrington. Messrs, Cole's Printery, to the members| times altogether,-C, D, Marshall, Hinds- of an exhibitor,—Mrs, A, H, C. Campbell,
I share the general disappoint- vanced if, despite these measures, | bury St. Th 2
ago and I am now witnessing P ‘- To conclude my remarks on this jt makes an 2 { Corn, Guinea—24 heads pe the Baxveden MONT Ot Ben tne Ne dt: Paaeinh’ Be 1 Challenge — Ped
he third Exhibiti to be held ment at the long delay that has section, I appeal to all those wh akes an appearance here. It — istSpringvale Plantation ers’ Association for the Beat Locally) No. 47. Perkins Memorial Challenge ar
e ibition to be held jcourred, but I still have hopes , I apped a 10se O may well be that the Regulations Cassava, Roasting —25 Ibs, Bred Buck.—C, S. McKengie, Bay Strect.| Cup: Perpetual Challenge Cup pre 5 SPECIAL PRIZES
“since I came to Barbados. Before . listen to this speech or read an will prove irksome to some, and Ist—Edgar St. Hill No. 20. A Challenge Cup, presented by | sented by the Serene eae Mec No, 63. A_ Ferpetual Challenge Cup,
cally 4

comment on the Exhibition it- that Dr. Bennett, the recently re- account of it in the Press, to do Cassava, Poisonous—25 tbs. Messrs, Louis L. Bayley, for the Best| tion for the | best Youn# won by. Lady Robertson, re-presented

I have already received a com-



; ; : : eres *. a Goat exhibited in the Peasants Class. | Runt on show.—R. E, D, Edwards, Hast- by her, for the best exhibit of useft
elf I should like to take the op- mass Head of the United States their bit to make Barbados a more plaint on this account, The com= Edavee Cnrgnt dlantation. Dudief Gibbs, Hindsbury Road, | ings and ornamental plants—-Won by Govern.
ortunity. of making a few gen- Soil Conservation Service, who is, beautiful and happier place to live plainant got no sympathy from No. 21. A Challenge Cup presented by| No. 48. A_ Perpetual Challenge Cup ment House

ral remarks, Last week, the I believe, generally acknowledged in throughout Coronation year by
overnment’s Five Year Plan of to have a world-wide reputation seeing to it that their houses or
Development and Taxation re- as an expert on the subject, will spots are kept spotless, neat and
eived the approval of the Legis- find it possible to visit the Island bright and by planting flowers or

the Humphrey's Medicine Co. Inc., New | presented by Mr, G. L. W. Clarke for th
York, U.S.A., to members of the Bar-| best team of 6 Young Utility Birds o
bados Dairy and Stock Breeders’ Associ-|@?Y one colour, of one breed.—P, D Nos, 64 and 65
ation ,for the Best Registered Doe, with | Maynard, St. James 810.00 and $5.00
2 broad teeth, bred, raised and owned| No, 49. A Challenge Cup presented byg!by Mesars

me; his inconvenience is paltry CABINET MAKERS’ WORK

compared with what is at stake. gaa Seal T
I sincerely trust that this dread Ist--Redland Fiantation,
disease will be kept out, but, if it Eddoes, Tannia—zo Ibs.



respectively presented

Stokea & Bynoe, Ltd,














“ative Council, having “been within the course of the next few shrubs in their gardens, if they should creep in, the wholeheart- pat fut Hovell | Btn OmRe—Et HR Riaoah, FH | Oe ee tNE Ear whe, ee Cee Baoee ee et ee acme & Cs
“passed by the House of Assembly months. If he does come, I have no abut on the roadside — excellent ed co-operation of every member bay, Bwees, at ate ibe No. 22, A Challenge Cup presented to|Piseon on show, in the Associate Mem- *known “Jaxa"’ Fre ei ae ae
4 les ¢ bei ot already : ver Ist—Malvern Plantation a Pp» oe +m. a’ French Polish, for the
‘@uring the course of last month. doubt that the remedies which he examples are being set already by of the community will be needed Potatoes, Sweet (Caroline Lee)—25 ibs, {he Members of the Barbados Dairy and oN ta) z Challe a Gupe akhse i sett end Boone. Bess: SOviiea Pane
_ “While it was too much to ex- will propose will be drastic and 50° of the residents at Top Rock, to prevent its spread. st—Redland Plantation Stock Breeders’ Association by the Agri-| No. 49. 1 hallenge Cup, presented “OF FURNITURE—Ist Lionel Daritel, and
h h 7 rould t : : at the entrance to the Pine Hous_ “Finally. I i. J Potatoes, (A.0.V.)—25 Ibs cultural Society for the best exhibit in| by Messrs, H, Jason Jones & Co. Ltd, fiugh Walcott
t that the Plan wou meet may interfere with private rights i E sous inally, I should like sincerely “‘ist—Rath Bovell , the Goat Section.M, Taitt, Bank Hall, | local Agents for Ralston Purina Feeds, PICTORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
‘with enthusiastic approval of and property. I sincerely hops ng Estate and along the Castle and whole-heartedly to congratu- Potatoes. English—5 Ibs. No. 23, A Challenge Cup presented by| for the best Adult Fancy Piseon on SPECIAL PRIZE
ery particular item and it is the that for thelr own selvation and GTant Toad—and by setting per- late the President of the Barbados 2nd. Sargeant, eens, Meare, Se, ae ces. ae hee eta aieeae cambiar Warees Ye ors See
i i y onal e s é j . ni . um 4 e ¢ > 5% o c € +P ntec dy r N Gitte for
siest thing in the world - the common good, the owners of manne ae f - L oreriiy General Agricultural Society, Mr. iste ‘Mrs ithe Chanute be competed for by both members and | Worthing the best photograph exhibited—Albert
int out “sins of commission and jong in the Scotland A AN be penners and cacerT eoodwill. F. E. C. Bethell—a prominent Ex- tron Red Rumpkin—% only non-members of the Barbados Dairy and| No. 49. (b) A Challenge Cup, presented Hughes, Navy Gardens
ission”, I am glad to notice prepa ‘winery t rea tidy 21 om sure that the Queen would hibitor himself and also Mr. — ist-—Batta\iys Plantation Stock Breeders’ Association, 1.e., open to] bY Messrs. H. Jayon Jones & Co. Ltd ss
actically red willi y to make any wish fo finer tribute. ; ‘ . : all exhibitors in the Sheep Class.-G, A, | loca gents for Ralston Purina Feeds, nor
at there has been practically no ~) wrtmces that y Bilnmats ep osreehy FOR: ne Snes. Ane ; R. E. King and Mr, Peterkin, and Pumpkins, Any other variety, 3 only = Marshall, St. Thomas for the best Adult Pigeon on show, othe Ste eo oes 7
1 with the declared objec- es that may required «f Now for a few comments on all their , bl i St-—-Edgerton Sargeant. ’ an Fancy ’ . an
rrel wit e declared objec- }) 04, this year's Exhibiti r , é heir many public spirited Yegetabic Marrow—3 only DOGS than Fancy, to be won three times in Thoroughbred, Bred in Barbados
es, as set out in paragraph 5 “OCI this year’s Exhibition itself and I helpers, whether formally listed — ist—Rediand Plantation Special Brises succeamion of. cous. tines. -altogetner Class 1. Foalod in 1961.
@@ the Plan, to increase the am sure that the news of the shall have done. From my own on the Committee or not — for Yams, Lisbon Bottle Neck—25 Ibs. No. 24, A Challenge Cup, presented by |G. lL. W. Clarke, Strathelyde Ist Mr. K. D. Frost (Horse Warbell)

appointment of a Deputy Director experience of the past two Exhi- Messrs, Alfonso B, de Lima & Co,, Ltd.,| No, 49, (¢) A Challenge Cup, presented 2nd Mr. FL B.C. Be



national income by (a) increased there are many ladies whose help Ist—Hopefield Plantation, nell (Horse Wedding








































acres to 25 acres and renters who

offer reasonable security will
Fy qualify instead of only own-
ers as hitherto.

“It was with the same end in
view, namely increased produc~
tivity, that provision was made in
jthe plan for a pig breeding
scheme, a dairy farm on econo-
mic lines at the Mental Hospital,
f pilot scheme for motor tractors

peasants, and extension _of
ilities for artificial insemin-
on—the exhibits from the Cen-

1 Livestock Station at this

ear’s Exhibition provide an ex-

lent advertisement for this—
under the auspices of the De-
rtment of Agriculture, Much

s been talked for and against

e development of Irrigation,

t a third part of the windfall,
twhich has become available from
sales of Commonwealth sugar to
Canada in the years 1950, 1951
and 1952, in consequence of fav-
Jourable rates of exchange, will be
devoted towards research and ex-
perimental work on irrigation,
provided that a Bill which was

ently introduced into the

ects of Assembly reaches the

tute Book. Elsewhere in the

~ ve Year Plan, provision has

n earmarked for loans for the

Yurchase of irrigation equipment

the event of the experiments
ving successful.

Water Control Act
“1 hope, too, that it will not be
ing now before the Underground
e: Control Act, which was
sed towards the end of last

r, will be ready to be brougnt
Amto operation. The Plan includes

ong schemes under investiga-

, the long mooted and ex-
ustively discussed Central Milk

pot and Creamery and a

rketing Organisation for Vege-

les and Fish. As regards the
tral Milk Depot, I have been

id several times during the last
day or two that unless the Gov-
ernment quickly modifies its pres-
ent policy regarding animal
food, there will soon not be any
dairy industry left, and 1 have re-
ceived written representations on
the subject from the Barbados
Dairy and Stock Breeders’ As*o-
ciation. I regret that I am not im
a position today to make any pos-
itive statement, but I am examin-

the matter and will do my best

t to let the grass grow under my

t.

Meanwhile, the removal of the
preferential customs duty on ani~
mal feeding stuffs ought to afford
some relief as regards price. To
$evert to the Central Milk Depot,
I know that Sir Alfred Savage
avas bitterly disappointed when
ast year’s proposals for Govern~
Ment participation on a fifty-fifty
“basis fell through, and, speaking
.: myself, it does seem to me es-
Sentially a matter in which Gov-
ernment should not be expected fo
put up every single penny of the
cost and should not he expected to
manage the proiect entirely by
itself. A project like this will sure-
ly have a much better prospect of
Buccess if dairv producers comm
themselves to the extent of in
nz money in it. In for a penny
for a vound. Similarly
I sneak for mvself, it
a pity that priv
Mot come forw ra ¢ on hen kr

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entern Ad







rates in the Caribbean area, let
alone elsewhere, that it simply was
not possible to obtain the services
of an officer of the required cali-

bre.
Post Filled

“The improvement of the con-
ditions of service in June gave the
Administration a chance, which it
never had before, of filling the
post adequately, although even
then the Secretary of State gave a
warning that he would not find it
easy, on the revised conditions, to
secure the services of an officer
of the type required. I was ac-
cordingly relieved to learn that an
officer, at present serving in
Nyasaland, to whom the Secretary
of State had offered the appoint-
ment, had accepted and would be
coming here early in the New
Year. At this stage, I should like
lo pay a tribute to the loyalty and
conscientiousness of the Director
of Agriculture, who has carried
on bravely without a Deputy for
over three years. With the com-
ing of the Deputy, the Department
of Agriculture ought to be able to
launch out in many directions, not-
ably that of Agricultural Extension
Work, which it has been com-
pelled to “soft-pedal” through
lack of adequate direction,

“Although the outer cover of
the Prize List refers to the Agri-
cultural Exhibition, page 3 shows
that it is really an “Agricultural
and industrial Exhibition” and
later sections, with their refer-
ences to such diverse items as en-
gine fitters’ work, photography,
and needlecraft, prove beyond all
doubt that the Exhibition is by no
means confined to Agriculture
alone. I propose to take advan-
tage of this Industrial loophole to
touch on the two items in the
Five Year Plan under which sums
of $1,000,000 and $50,000 respec-
tively have been earmarked for
a Barbados Development Board,
to encourage and promote the de-
velopment of industries in the
Island, and for Minor Handicrafts,
on which a representative Com-
mittee has recently put up a most
interesting report which is now
being printed and which I com-
mend to members of the public
who are interested in the subject.
It may be said that these projects
are airy and nebulous; I hope
that those who speak at this func-
tion in later years will be able to
point back to this day and say
that it saw the beginning of better
things to come.

Tourism

“T should also like to say a word
or two on Tourism. As the leader
writer in the daily newspaper
points out, again and again, with
importunate insistence and un-
diminished faith. Tourism is the
Island’s most important industry
after Agriculture. It is both an
excellent dollar-earmer and a
cross-fertiliser of the economy of
the Island, and everything possi-
ble should be done to encourage
its growth. There is no gainsay-
ing the fact’ that contented visi-
tors (I prefer the word to tour-
ists) not only are prone to come
back again, but suggest to their
friends that they should come too.
The converse is true, of course, of
the dissatisfied visitor who not
only will not dream of coming
here again himself, but dissuades
others from doing so. Now the
competition in the tourists world
is very keen and other territories
spend much more money and
make more intensive efforts than



nection, the Director is of the
opinion that the standard of sheep
can be greatly improved by
cross-breeding with the recently
introduced Wiltshire Horn breed.
Exhibits by peasant proprietors in
the Sugar Cane Section were few
in number and did not strike me,
a layman, as being very good and
my opinion has been confirmed by
persons better qualified to judge.
The recent heavy rains, too, un-
doubtedly affected the standard in
some parts of the Horticultural
Section, notably the potted plants.
So much for the debit side. On
the credit side there were so many
outstanding exhibits in the various
sections that it is difficult, as well
as invidious, to single out any for
particular praise.

Livestock

“In the Livestock Section the
improved standard in the poultry
and pigeon sections was most
gratifying, and the goats were up
to last year’s standard, It is good
to see the increasing interest
being taken by peasants in the
Poultry Section, and I hope that
it will be kept up in the years to
come. When it comes to Sugar
Cane, it seems to have become a
hardy annual to congratulate
Turner Hall Plantation for again
winning the Challenge Cup pre-
sented to the plantation obtain-
ing the greatest number of points
in the sugar cane class, with
Mount Pleasant again deserving
special mention for its stool of
B.37161. So, too, does Frizerg
for its stool of the new variety
B.4744. In regard to vegetables,
again former winners have held
off challenges from all quarters,
Mr. E. H. Brathwaite of Welch-
man Hall having won the Per-
petual Challenge Cup for garden
vegetables for, I think, the fourth
year in a row, and Holy Innocents
Boys’ School winning the School
Garden’s competition for the sixth
successive year, I intend to visit
this School and congratulate the
staff and boys personally as soon
as I can.

“In passing, I am glad to see
that St. Luke’s Girls’ School won
third place in this competition—
it is good to see that girls are be-
coming keen on gardening and
are holding their own with the
boys. In the Peasants’ Vegetable
Gardens. the news that the out-
standing garden belonged to Mr.
Sam Marshall of Eckstein’s Vil-
lage, St. Michael, will cause no
surprise, and the second prize has
been taken by the indefatigable
Mr. EF. W. Brathwaite of Welch-
man*Hall, St. Thomas who de-
serves great credit for adapting
an unsuitable site and making it
into a first class vegetable garden.
Both of these gentlemen are set-
ting excellent examples to the rest
of the community, and I propose
to drop in on them myself in the
fairly near future and see their
efforts for myself.

Record Entries

“T am glad to note that there
was a record number of entries
for the Peasant holdings and that
the general standard was higher
than in previous years. Among
the entries were many well-bal-
anced holdings run on sound mix-
ed farming lines, and I am told
that the task of adjudicating was
by no means easy. All credtt to
Mr. M. A. Wilkinson, of Prerog-
ative, St. George, Mr. L. Bell of
Salters, St. Gex ind Mr. John
Brat Hall, St
Lucy, who won the first prizes in





faite of Checke

Section—!2 Carnation, Single Specimen.
Ist.—Mrs. W. Grannt Garden Gap.
2nd—Miss E, Jones, Jackson House,



Section—1I4 Chrysanthemums, Single
Specimen
ist—Government House, St. Miche



2nd—Government House; and Mrs.
Hutson, Government Hill, St. Michael
Section—1I8 Geranium, Single Specimen.
Ist—-Government House, St. Michael,
2nd-—-Lady Hutson, Pine Hill
Section—0 Rose, A.O.V. Single Speol-
men
2nd—Mrs. K.
dens, Hastings
CATTLE PURE HOLSTEIN
DIVISION 1, CLASS 1
2 Heifers, 2 years and under 4 years
~—2nd—J. W. Smith, 3rd—J. W, Smfth.
5a Bull, 1 year and under 2 years
2nd— J. W. Smith of Redcot.
Ist C. W. Springer of Black Rock
6 Bull, 2 years and under 4 years—~
7 Bull, 4 years and under 10 ¥
Ist J. W. Smitn.



Feldman, Marine Gar-



CLASS 2—PURE JERSEYS
lb Heifers, 1 year and under 2 years
-Ist—-Dr. Charles Manning, 2nd Dr
iCharles Manning.
Ist—Dr

4 Cow, as per

CLASS 5 — GRADE HOLSTEINS
Ja Heifers, over 6 months and under
year—Ist—C, W. Springer of Black
Rock

lb Heifers, 1 year and under 2 years
ist—F. L. C. Bethell (2) Bulkeley Ltd.,
3rd—Bulkeley Ltd.

? He fers, 2 years and under 4 years
~V. W. Clafe (2) Bulkeley Ltd.

3% Cow, a» per Ruie 10 —Ist E. C.
Hill

4 Cow, as per
Smith.

CLAS{; 6 — GRADE JERSEYS

la Heifers, over 6 months and under
1 year—lst—Bulkley Ltd,, St. George.
4 Cow, as per Rule 1l—-Ist, J, W.
Smith

CLASS 7 — GRADE GUERNSEYS

la Heifers, over 6 months and under
1 year—ist—F. L. C. Bethel, 2nd—
F. L. C. Bethel.

Ib Heifers, 1 year and under 2 years

Ind Bulkeley Ltd., 2nd Bulkeley, 3rd
Bulkeley

2 Heifers, 2 years and under 4 years
Ist. Bulkeley Ltd., 2nd Bulkeley, 3rd

Dayrells.

3 Cow, as per Rule 10-Ist
Ltd.

4 Cow, as per Rule
Springer of Black Rock
CATTLE—DIV, 1. CLASS 4
GRADE AYESHIRES
Ja Heffers, over 6 months and under

1 year—lst Luther King
2 Heifers, 2 years and under 4 years
—Ist EB. C. Hill, C. Davies
4 Cow, C. W. Springer
CLASS §— GRADED STOCK
OF ANY BREED
Heifer, 2 teeth and over
—8nd T. D Goddard
CLASS !1OPEN TO PEASANTS _
ONLY
2 Heifer, not having more than two
teeth, suitab’e for breeding milch cattle
—Ist—Theibert Young
CLAS + 16—GRADE BULLS
Grade Daity Bull under 1 year
—Ist—C. W. Springer, 2nd gE. c. Hil
Best Grade Dairy Bull under 2 years



Rule 11

Charles Manning

Rule 11—Ist. J. W.



Bulkeley
1i—ist. C. W

(Beef type)



—Ist Dirrells Dairy, 2nd—C. Springer
Best Grade Dairy Bull 2 years and
under 4 yé@rs—ist—J. L. Challenor, St.
James

ROSES

Hybrid Teas
Section “% (a)—Sinele Specimen
Ist—Uneda Flower Shop, 2nd
Flowere Shop
(b)—Three Specimens all different

Uneda

lst-—F. A. Marshall, 2nd—Mrs, K, Feld-
man

(e)—Collection

Ist—Mr Frank Ward, ‘2nd-—-F A
Marshall

Section 4 (a)+Radiance (Hybrid Teas)

Single Specimen
Ist-—-Mrs, K. Feidman,

Wilkinson
(b)—2nd Miss J, Wilkinson
{c}—2nd Miss J. Wilkinson

Section 5 (a)—Teas
lst and 2nd—Uneda Flower: Shop

Section 6 (a)—Polyanthas
ist--Preseod O'Neal.

Section 7 (a)—Hybrid Polyanthas
Ist—Uneda Flower Shop (Aquatic Club)
(b)—~Ist-—Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, 2nd

Mrs. B. Conduit

ARTS AND HANDICRAFTS
Class 5 Models and Toys

Architectural Model—toe scale
ist—Denis Mascoll

Seale Model—mainly in wood
Ist—Rawie E. King

Working model or toy
Ist—Bay Street Boys

Wooded Toy—not otherwise specified
let—Michael Hinds.

2nd—Mr J

Dolls
ist—St



rick’s Schoal



MISCELLANEOUS WORK CLASB 4

Work in twine, comprising Ham-
mocks, Horse, Fish, Tennis or Cr:cket
nets—Ist--St, Martin's Boys’

Work in Thread (Fish Nets) Ist
Christ Chureh Boys’

(a) Sisal Grass or fibre (rope) —1st—
Government Industrial School
(b) Sisal Grass or fibre

Boscobel Boys’
(c} Shoes or bags in Sisal
ernment Industrial Sehool
Two Market Baskets—lst Government
industrial Sehool

(mats) —Ist

Ist, Gov-

Three Agricultural Baske " No. 33, A Challenge Cup presented by
ley Good.ng , ete—Ist Dud- ine late Mr. H. A, Arthur the best

Two Megasse Baskets Ist—Dudley pullet of the Heavy Breeds-J. R
Gooding, One Fancy Basket—ist Gov- leyne, St Peter

ernment Industrial School

Hatr Brooms or Brushes—-lst--St
Philip Boys’ School

Hat made from locally grown
tial.—Ist—-Government Industrial School. |
Garden Ornaments in Local Stone—
Ist Arthur Phillips
Red Clay Domestic Articles (Ungiazed)
(a) 2 Flower Pots Ist--A. Devonish
(b) 2 Guglets—lst. A, Devonish

(tc) 2 Monkeys—Ist--A. Devonish

(d) 3 Bowls (Assorted Sizes Glazed
inside) —Ist--A. Devonish

mate-







te) 3 Wash Pans (Assorted Sizes,
Glazed inside) 1s Goodman

Shell Work—Ist-¥ BE. Went

Wood Carving—Ist—Alexander Bap-
tiste

Inkiiy Work-—-Ist--Cave Shepherd Co

CLASS 4 LEATHER
Saddlers Work—Ist—A,. Rollock.
(a) Gentlemen's Boots or Shoes—l1st
G. Jones
(b) Ladies’ Boots or Shoes—L. Holder.

Leather Manufactured Locally A
T.ollock
Large Local or others—Ist—Govern-

ment Industrial School

Small, Fancy Locai or other—Ist— L
Holder.

BREAD AND CONFECTIONERY

Bread+Plain (or salt) manufactured
for sale; 6 loaves, standard size, retail-
ng at Bc., 10 mdi 12c, two each—Iist
~—J. & BR. Bakeries, 2nd Herbert's Bak-
ery aie) 8]

Butter Bread, 2 loaves retailing at 12c,
—Ilet—Purity Bakery, 2nd—J, & RK.
Bakeries

Plain Sweet Bread, manufactured for
sale, 3 loaves, standard size, retailing at
10c.—Ist—J, & KR. Bakeries, Purity Bak



ery
Machine Sweet Bread, 4 loaves, stand-
ard size, retailing at 10c. and 4c. 2 eacr
Ist—Purity Bake and Ince & Co,
Fancy Sweet Bread, 4 loaves, stand-
erd ze, retailing at 10c, and Ic. 2 eack
let & 2nd Purity Bakery
Home made fancy sweet bread, 2 loaves
Ist-John Osbourne, 2nd—W. Grimes
Whole-wheat meal Bread, manufacturee
for sale; 3 loaves, standard size—Ist—
J. & PF. Baker.es, 2nd Purity Bakery.
Clarke
Christmas or Wedding Cake, iced —-1st
Cassava Bread—12 cakes—ist—Dalsy
Mrs. Williams, 2nd J. & R. Bakeries
Fruit Cake (not leed)—Ist—Mrs. T. F
Harris, 2nd St. Patrick's School.
Mixed Cakes —24—Ist-—J, & R
jes, 2nd—Mrs. Williams










Baker

Fancy Biscuits—1 1)—Ist Mrs. Richard- |
con; 2nd—J. &. KR. Bakeries
BUTTER
Ist & 2nd, Mrs. Campbell, |
CATTLE |
Special Prizes |
No. 1. A Perpetual Challenge Cup

presented by the Royal Bank of Canada,
for the Best Animal under three years
of age, born on the Island of Barbados
the proger of a Pure Bred Sire—V. W

Clarke, St. Michael
No. 2 A Perpetual Challenge Cup, pre-
ented by Me tens, Croney & Co., |
for the best Cow in the Dairy |
|



red by a Pure Bred Bull—Hiul's Dairy,
Fontabelle
No, 3. A Perpetual Challenge Cup, won
by Mr. W. A. Yearwood, now presented
by him for the best animal under 1 year,
born in Barbados, and the progeny of a
pure bred Sire—C. W. Springer, Black |
Rock
No. 4. A Perpetua? Challenge Cup, pre-
“d by the Humphreys’ Homeo Med. |
Co., of New York, will be awarded
e@ exhibitor of the best Milch Cow in
the show (bred in Barbados)—Hill's
Dairy.

No.5. A Perpetual Challenge Cup, pre-
ented by Hon. J. D, Chandler for the
best Bull in the Show—J. E. Challenor,
t. James.

No. 6. A Special Prize of $5.00 will be
warded to Members of Barbados
Dairy and Stock Breeder: Association
for the Best Heifer with no broad teeth,

the recommendation of the Judges
Dr. Chas. Manning, Eagle Hall
SWINE

No. #. A Special Prize of $5.00 will be
warded to Members of the Barbados
L and Stock Breeder

r the Best Sow o
two years, on the r

Judges.







ymmendation of thi

John D. Goddard t



show

No, 30, A Challenge Cup, presented by
Arthur for the best
Utility Pullet, any variety, raised, bred,
and owned by the exhibitor

the late Mr. H, A.



No

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. o . i . 144 ae a oe a : ; . 5 . od r the Best Puppy in the Show,—Mrs,| by The Barbados Poultry Association for Samba)
ductivity of the soil and plants = ee in the Department bitions, and, after consulting peo- was indispensable and who should tee Castlemaine Pe . Yeldman, the best young Pigeon other than Fancy, Ctass '&. Fqaled in 1950
) improved human productivity, ? ience and Agriculture has ple who have attended regularly not be overlooked—on putting on Yams, Horn—25 Ibsen 25. A Challenge Cup, presented by] in Associate Class. Won by Mr, Tommy — ist Mr. C. A. Ikoverbs (Horse The
2 wr _ been generally welcomed. Several for many years, I think that I can 4g first class Exhibiti The Ist—-Lodge Plantati Messrs. C, F. Harrison & Co., Ltd, for] Peirce, Navy Gardens Great Federick) 2nd Mr. C. A. Prov-
) creation of new fields of em * 4 ; a first class Exhibition. hey de- 0 antation, he Best D sano eal t “2 SUGAR CANE
; f th months ago the District Agricul- safely say thatin general the serve well of the Island Yams, Crop—25 Ibs. the Best Dog in the Show.—Mrs, C. G . ; NE erbs (Illusion)
yment. It now remains for e t 1s : ‘ ; doom . * ae tad § Stand, ist—Malve PL Manning No. 50, A Challenge Cup, won by Mt. Class % Half Bred, Bred in Barbados,
vernment to implement those ural Stations were being criti- standard of the Exhibition has Mines ier] fe in No. 26 (a), A Challenge Cup, presented] Wilton Plantation” now presented — by Foaled In 1951
jectives, and I shall do my best cised in my presence, and I point- been well maintained this year. PRIZE LIST (continued) Ist--Malvern Plantation by the Advocate Co. Ltd., for the Best] them for the best exhibit of sugar Cane Ist—-Mr. R. E. Gill, 8nd Mr..J. WN.
ensure shat they. are pursued ed out that it was the Deputy Di- First and foremost on the debit Yams Hunt—25 tbs ; Bitch in the Show Mrs. B. Goddard. ~Turner Hall Plantation ; Goddard
. Fe : rector of Agriculture who was side are the catfle exhibits which lst—Fisher Pond Plantation No. 26 (b), A Challenge Cup, presented a, PleLD VEGETABLE ‘tase 4. Foaled tn 1050
orously and without delay. dalle - : Section 8 Begonia Stemless, Single FLOUR AND , by The Agricultural Society for the] No. 51. Sliver Plate, 1 ed by the — ist Mr. R. E, Gill
‘e spade work has in some cases specially entrusted with the duty were certainly not up to standard ~ specimen : Farine, Cassava a aon Best Bred Exhibit in the Show.—Mrs. B.| Canadian Bané: of Commerce, to the Class 4 Foaled tn 1950
7 d already. For example of supervising these Stations and a as regards numbers—45 exhibits 1st—Mr. A. DeL. Inniss, Britton’s Hill, | Elsie Davis, Blanche Greenidge Goddard exhibitor obtaining the grea‘est number lst Mr. R. B. Gill
ap ape ae 2 FE rN pag a cates off was hardly to be won- this year as against 77 last year, | St, Michael, (2) Mr. A. Del. Inniss, Plour, Cassava pN®%, 27 1a), A Challenge Cup, presented /of points in the Field Vewe ble Class. Clasy 5. Best Saddied Pony
j ets 7? ; cs ee ritton's Hill, St. Michael, (3) Lady Percive : ‘ y the Barbados Kennel Club for the | Redland antation Ist Miss H. Hawkins, 2nd Mr. K, D
the Peasants’ Loan Bank Act 41) Ay oat Of De — ee to with only one entry in the Peas- itson, Pine ‘Hill, St. Michael UME nti oe Best Imported Exhibit in the Show No. 52, A Special Prize of $10.00 pre- Frost ?
ht, as soon as the additional ,; le post of Deputy Director ant Section—and, so the Director section 9 Begonia Stemless, Three Spect- Blanche Greenidge, Elsie Dav's Mrs, C. G, Manning sented by the Barbados Agricultural So~ Class 6. Best ‘Shddied Horse
1 ‘ é 150 900 we ii od. oS since it became vacant over three of Agriculture informs me, in mens. Flour, Guinea Corn ’ No, 27 (b). A Challenge Cup, presented} ciety to the Manager of the Plantation Ist Miss K Parker (Horse Telephon@
eapital ($150,000) is supplied, years ago. Three years is a mon- quality also. (1) Mr. A. De L. Inniss, Brittons Hil, — Percival Thorpe. Beresforde Thorpe. BY. Messes. Y. de Lima & Co., Ltd. for|daining the greatest number of points Belle), and Mr. J. Marsh (Horse Kitty).
Yead to a progressive improve- y% sly 1 ; . ; arn ¥ Ps . St. Michael. FI AOV : Pe the Champion of the Show.—Mrs, C. G a (ate ee —~—-
S of aROTOR VIL OD DORRIT Sir ea as eee e. MuB The standard of sheep exhib- ‘section 10 Begonia with Btem. Single Blanche Gi Manning - Ree cn eae
iidings eo Sekeatewenl the separ Ses “otace soonest ae wore ited has also been disappointing — specimen : bid Suman eee em No. 24, No Competition e
, . rectag came he Islan e condi- with the exception Ist—Mrs. F. Hutson, Government Hill. Edith Hi , Jilliams POULTRY §
ze of peasants’ holdings which tions of service attached to the have been as ae Stour. A. De I. inhis, Brifions Hil Sanh ACV laine No. 2% A Perpetual Challenge Cup,
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MAJOR CRAGG

CLASSIF IED ADS. | ee ee . a a Improving TO LECTURE

















































































































































































































i aa, ae Four-year—old Walter Prescod Maj. R. Cr Fire Officer will
TELEPHONE 250 LOST HOUSES , : a rae
-—_ —-- — 7am, . of Black Rock who was detained give a lectur at the Y.M.C.A
: ASSES—Tu ( t at the General Hospital on Tues- tonight at 8 o’clock.Subject of }
, ; z t . S 7 : “nn rir
DIED | FOR SALE wee te table day is improving. talk will be The work of a
' ered € r . a8 rolve ‘ re: ” and will be accompani
CHANDLER-_EVELYN MONTROSI ; ' yre : Prescod was involved in an Fireman ; Cah accompani
Pcemtn ’ 9 : alade 2n accident on Black Rock road about by two short films
he at reside : ANTOMOTIV 3.45 p.m, with the car S-344 owned : °
oe ls : . OTIVE FOUND and driven by Creighton Perch of In Touch With Barbados
€ V ’ ete e ‘ | = , » ay z > - .
ash . — - j Paynes Bay, St. James. + Coaltal Station
Be ‘ c é ; ' Mins ‘ ts . * CABLE & WIRELESS (W.1) LTD
da Ward, Merle Wats huldre : c Fg ara BOG Fe . Thomas Ifill a 31-year-old advise that they can now communicat
wh ss - 7 f }
. canpenter was involved in an with the fo ships through th
| CA ¢ , 1] Muses ; accident with a lorry yesterday ®atbados ¢ :
~ ‘ c 2 ri —_ —_—_—-— -————————_ ae : y yesterday S.S. Florentia, ss Kongsdal, s.s.
IN MEMORIAM | FARAWAY—Fully fu 3 bea-| while walking along Maxwell, papoli, s.s. Rio Araza s. Reg
‘com house, St. Philip coast. Ligtting | Christ Church about 2.30 Leopard s. Kastor, s.s. De Grasse,
PUBLIC Se Onis eee ch about 2.30 p.m. |
wo plar a 2 pply Carport, 2/ > wtlia nv : as " Ledbu Lancing, s.s. Broom-
| CA good condition i ” Servant rooms. Monthly rent 90 plus | He was taken to the General! {,), s. J ic Voyager, s.s, San-
\SHBY eT ry jear | Apy c Dear's Garage $3_cieansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial) Hospital where he was treated for vetino s. Venore, ss. Chudad De
: i ther M eg 7. 12.52-4in ae eet | a@ cut on his head and bruises on Caracas, ss. Jutahy. s.s._ Fenheim, 4.5.
oH Ye e i ‘ . 7 _ — — — a | s wi . a) ontevideo, 5.5 erius, 8.5
Car—Hun woen ‘ine, im out REAL ESTATE NEWHAVEN — fully furnished 4-bed: | his hands. f Birch Coulie, s.s, W. E. Dowding, s-s.
he i peace and ¢ mt | good me nical. order. I long room house, Crane eoast Doubs Gores. When the accident took place Rosina Marrov Port_ Pirie, s,s
r Savic | ce base t at power r a —_— -- ——- ——-—-— -— 3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, ate ras ~ i . , Rio De La Plata, s.s. Rio Tercero, s
I © re | ad al te to conversion > 2 Roods of iand at Gun Hilt,| ratil pply. Monthly rent $78 plus the lorry was travelling 3D the Oranjestad, s.s. Elizabeth, s.s. Callao,
“i 1 Poule y | Pick-up or Hearse. COLE & CO., J orge Putting on lands of H. H.| cleaning charge, IN ADVANCE. Dia! direction of Bridgetown. Ifill was .'""Wiliemstad. ss. Alcoa Pennant, s
ey Re 11.12 an, |Gering, Charles Pilgrim and Hubert | 4476. 2,11.59—t.f.n going in the opposite direction. Arlyn, s.s. Union Pioneer, s.s. Pelops,
shmae Ashb hust ei bitin lili White nd on Gun Hill FE ———————E———eEE natn
nephe | HELLMAN STATION WAGON —Only | P@rll ulate apply Carrington & Sealy OFFKCES- spacious, and re | i Reta tS Sih ea sinanamawinn -_——-
16,000 miles. O er driven. Appearance ucas Stree idgeiown fably priced Only two more ava labiec
|, od as new. Perfect working order 6.12.52—Tn.| K. R. Hunte & Co., Ltd La Brov
et oe . oles me TAKE N
TAKE NOTICE BRADSHAW CPI tn, | LAND_2 Lots of land adjoining each | inmate
on einai _.. | other containing respectively 11,600 rr | se
46 GTS GS ae eee oe Oe e| OC. me
pi ’ > we i) [ated at Blue Waters Terrace, Rotkley | —-——— por ee |
AVUVLULEL : Bia ae ama ee sieaat Appl abe Ferrace, Rockley. | ~DROJECTOR & FILMS for rent. Movik Ae
é Mine, & J ¢. St. 1 oe COTTLE. CATFORD & CO. } the best form of entertainment
That FERDINAND MULHENS 12.12.82 -2n 9 1 2--6n. | ) party Sees 7
proprietor of Eau 4d Cologne ~ deneanattindieminn ' “a oe coanengs aesthetic nin tithe | suc Full partic GITTEN 4.
£ a . coe - ae | SOMPAD 3 » 4740 a
Parfumerie-Fabrik Glockengass¢ ‘ HOUSE—Situated on the beach at| & COMPANY, B oe
ve Ot enuber der Pferdepost von Fero ELECTRICAL St. La ce. Apply to K. R. Hunte | as "i . at e Col and Par-
Muthens, a firm duly organised de }|- = Telephone 8137 4611 That FERDINAND MULHAENS, sole proprictor of Eau de Cologne ¢
the laws of Germany, Manufacturers ¢ TESTERS — High a a ee 19.19 $98 ¢ ariceenaaenseneere oo . fumerie-Fabrik Glockengasse No. 4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Ferd. Mulhens,
wvtubae abate be busuacen udivens a "ayak® Y La, Pe tr ee ae S LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE SINCE SHE-CAME TO AMERICA trom Czechoslovakia $1 years ago, Mrs. a firm duly organised under the laws of Germany, Manufact on eee oe
~i ‘ : tabi. r a. 4. - S 7 = , . since as a - 1s s "47 ». , Ge any, has 4 4 o € registra
Colegne, Germany, has applied for the |sultable for Dial The undersigned will offer for sale at | Mary Suchy has dreamed of an education, Now, at the age of 68, she | Business address is "4 tas or temenie "En Soanant. ca) 3 » Cologne, perfumeri¢
of Register in re pect Bau de * oloaha one 10.12 52 6n tome Or wanes, tne awe oe a De. i te sant o : fan, Hi 1 eet ! has finally found time and opportunity and is attending elementary soaps, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions, and dentifrices and will = gag 9
perfumeries, soaps, essential oils, cos cember-at 2 p.m. . el for permission to edi Spi school in Alton. UL Teacher is Mrs Helen Brazier. (International) to register the same after one month from the 10th day “ zean mee —
meties, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and{ ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR -- CROS-| The messuage or dwellinghouse known | MSPA°) & ta board and st shia unless some person shall in the meuntime give notice in duplicate to me at ty
will be entitled to register the same| LE 7,5 ( FT. OF S.A i Ye t as HEMPSTEAD with the land thereto] > witt edroof attached at Bap! office of opposition of such registration re trade I
after, one month from the 10th day ot sn ar ie h ity M anufactu COUR- | belonging, containing 2 acres, 3 roods, 2 1 pposite Da Gap, St. Michael. . e e 9 ww, ons 29th day of November 1952
aomn 952 unless some person shall aS iARAGE. Di ; perches or thereabout, situated at Hinds-| Dated this h day of Decemb 1962 M ~ I ‘ « ated this seth Gay of Novempe oy H. WILLSAMS,
4 wie a oe ov oeee oe 6.12.52—-Gn or Road, Saint Michael To B.-A EOD, Esq L 1Ss aw ms 1es Registrar of Trade Marks.
ne wy oO DS Opposition OF such ey . 1e dwellinghouse contains Verandah Police M te, Dist A.” . 10.12.52—3n
cen on-appl pats C00 PP earns reat, Dae drawing and d:ning rooms, sitting room, D. CUTTING .
seen on-appl-cation at my ‘ hanger j ceiver i 3 bedrooms each wit nning wate Applicant ‘
Dated this 29th day of November 62, }Quentity. P. C. S. Maffe, & Co Garage, servants’ rooms and water” ntl > I f ti “ iy "ps ba lampion t ymkhana
H. WILLIAMS 3.12.52 Inspection any day after 12 noon on| sider Licensing Court to be held
Registrar of Trade Marks application on the premises | t



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Me A Monday :
10.12 ss : COTTLE, CATFORD & CO I be 1952, at From page 1 ist Mr. J Marsh, Mr. V. Davis (Run- ICES
hand General Electr Refrigerator 1.12.52-—-81 an chased t : os ner-up) ‘
about 3 cubic ft.) in good working} —_ Serer Se eed 12.12.59—fa. | CF Seq by women riders with BALLOON RACE (Ladies) :
TAKE NOTICE order. Dial 3625 10.1 3n RETREAT Ls a 7 : _ who attempted to burst the _ Ist Miss A. Hawkins _ os
$$] Hastinas r Bala St eae alloon. Vere Deane carrie , BENDING IN PAGERS (Mixex SSS
REFRIGERATORS — Garadian Frigid | view Motel, containing coved ‘verancat | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE) balloon and after the frst few ist,itiss ©. Parker &'Mr'e. dene.| ROYAL NETHERLANDS
aire, made by General Motors with 5-ltwo public rooms, four bedrooms, bath | “4 - wees ts — " MUSICAL POSTS (Children
year guarantee. Only a limited quantity | etc, "and. kitchen. ‘Very suitable ae | er of nutes cantering, one lady hook- Ist. Mr. M. Evely: STEAMSHIP CO. Yhe M/V “MONEKA will accept
of these machines. Call early at K. R. |conversion into separate apartme and} The application of Frank Springer ®° | ed it from him but did not burst POLE RACE (Gents) Cargo and Passengers for Dom-
HUNTE & CO., LTD g a standing on 1 ) sq. ft. of valuable|Six Road St Pt lip for a ‘ He retrieved it then galloped ist Mr. K. Deane, 2nd Mr. L. Deace, SAILING FROM EUROPE inica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
ing? alee owes jand. eae a a 9 coer eae Roads, across the field. Anne Hawkins ard Mr. EB. Deane A gs) M.S. STENTOR, 12th December, 1952 and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday 12th
ater and electric light services. | board at ingl ught up with hi ft hy RIG ae JUGS (Ladies) M.S. HERA, 19th December, 1952 inst
i . * ; = Garage and servants rooms St. Phil ; aan | CA t > ith Im after a s ss awkins M.S. NESTOR, 9h January, 1953
bemmrision ct be Pe ee, Me LIVESTOCK Dial 8242 for arrangement to inspeet.| Dated loth day of December 1958-' minute’s chase and burst the RESCUE RACE (Mixea) M.S. HERSILIA, 16th January, 1953 The M/V “CARIBBEE” will
Fuartumerie-Fabrik Glockengasse No The undersigned wail offer the|To A. W. HARPER, Esq. pist. “c.” | balloon ist Mr. J. Harsh & Miss D. Hawk- SAILING TO EUROPE accept Cargo and Passengers for
4711 gegenuber der Plerdepost cad Ferd ame anil Dei hn property for sale by public competition Ag ce ag SUMMA’ @ fein duly orpantesd aman: ALSATIAN PUPPIES—Born of ‘Susan’ {@t their office, 17 High Street, on ae iss Parker and Mr, E. Deane ENVELOPE RACE (Children) s Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-
ne oS LS a s ec 2 der! winner of Pups for best bitch and best | Thursday, 18th December, 1952 A pp ean -.;won the bending in pairs race ist Master Evelyn, 2nd Miss P. Watson. | SAILING TO TRINIDAD. PARAMARIBO das, 19th énst
; many. Manufacturers. iocally bred exhibit at 1951 Exhibition COTTLE, CATFORD & CO., FE saa ee eee Ghneny whose trade or business address \s “4711 na "Gaunt ‘oh Wananisid’ Slerneciods Solicitors dered at a Licensing Court to be held | Miss Anne Hawkins and Keith ist Miss A. Hawkins & Mr. K,.|M-S. STENTOR, 26th December, 1952 . : Es OW. s°
Cologne, Germany, has applied for the|i"4 Count of | Verchield. | (Imported) %.12.5¢—On. |at Poi.ce Court, uistusct C” on Monday) Deane rode well in this race, but Deane, 2nd Mr. J. Marsh & Miss D.|M°S. NESTOR, 23rd January, 1952 B.W1, SCHOONER OWNERS
registration of a trade mark in Part “A n nies the 2nd day’ of December, 1952, att! When S aarne ’ nee & Miss D. SAILING TO CURACAO ASSOCIATION (INC.)
et Register in respect of Eau de Cologne,|G"°P. Phone 2784 paladin ee BEE TEE ge Tagg sacrymonggeees by when approaching the third pole Mawkins. M.S. VIVITA, 16th December, 1952 ‘
petfumeries, sonps, essential oils, cos- nn neahnnmevertaheeraren ALY ee : , ha x hos gg k pomapelle, s\aading poy — ARPEL | nee the winning one Miss awe oe eae a . thine . { Consignee, Dial 4047
1 t tic ‘ "AL e red calves from | 4pproximately 2 acres o and with} - P I ke © nies a : . s r - ane “8s Holbrook. 192 ., 6.12.52
Sell be nt ea to nd Gentifrices, and | self-contained herd,” Dayrella Dairy| Cocoanut and other Trees. Inspection vlice Magist er Hawkins’ horse swerved too much vicTORIA CROSS (Gents) 5. FP. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD. 4} ar
. , : Farm. Dial 3987 10.12.52—5n, }daily 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Telephone 3040 _— 6 the right and she and Keith Ist Mr. K. Deane, 2nd Mr. M Agents.
after one month from the 10th day of 9.12.52—41 D \ f 1 l Eve Soeekitaei
Tecember 1952 unless some person shal ee ; er in the meantime give notice in duplicate}, RACE-HORSES—The ving race- hand Up to this point they had ' IG’ STICKING
to me at my office of opposition of sue, |Norses landed in Trinidad £800— | ———— ———___—_—_—-_— —IlPp eae ee is , iin, etl y nac Ist John Marsh.
registration. The trade mark car ba |Hohamia, Arabian Girl, Indian _ Gift, AUCTION 50 Ml AG. baniil) Car HG | been well in the lead. Miss Parker Cup presented by the Barbados Agri- ‘ fe 6
seen on application at my office Egyptian Gift, Admirals Delight, Medi-} 00 TE F ind Errie Deane went on to win cultural Society, to the lady winning
Dated this 29th day of November, 1992 |t¢rranean, Likely, Farry Falls, Sabre, ‘¢ b il h ithout any trouble the Ereatest number of points at the alld an a 1nnd eams Ips
H. WILLIAMS Pebblestone, Sister Emma, Royal Mode, ER s rus far es ae . . Gymkhana—Miss Anne Hawkins
Registrar of Trade Marks. Sunbayna, Delusic Cordwainer, Bobbie UND THE IVORY HAMMER ( ae Evelyn won the musical Cup presented by the Barbados Agri- oer
§ Burne ai . P RRO J ‘ 2 ‘i { pos i } S >} . a y, -_—oooO o. oon er oy y
10 eee ocd Demile Pull BIOS. Brive. | BY instructions received from the In-| By “Sunday Chronicle’ Motoring) Post for juniors and Keith, Lee cultural Society, to the gentleman gain- SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails Arrives Sails _ Arrives
Tiawlees Kear, Ai #eb0-443 Be, | suranee Co., I will sell on Friday Decem- Correspondent d Errie Deane took fir she ee Laake Surber, ot points “ Montreal Halifax Barbados Barbados Demerara
. napnesicntaste . awless Pearl. At £45 ime ty [ber 12th at 2 p.m, at the Courtesy Gar- o nd third places re - Sant cae 28.N 3D 12 Dee 4th Dec, 20th Dec.
Melitta Rose. At #150-—Royal L de Wie ae Sear ee Se and thi places respectively in Lee Deane,—Joint winners CDN. CRUISER — ; 28 Nov 3 Dec. 2 Dee ata $0 Deo.
TAKE NOTICE ‘Clover Breaking Wave. At £650—Cé Chevrolet Wagon, (Until recently the | 1 ve ju swine tne 1M} the Pole race which followed. Cup, presented by the Barbados Agri- CDN. CONSTRUCTOR Cae Sten bien eS
[Junior. Apply to O. P, Bennett, Southern | property of the Poliee Dept.) Galeanaa | , o ‘ pe uv. prituu’s Anne Hawkins won the Filling Cultural Society, to the winner of the CDN. CHALLENGER ; a ee ae 23 Je 2715
} oe iene Tris t é ‘ i t ss s the illing : : CDN. CRUISER 13 Jan 22 Jar 22 Jan. an.
| Dairy, San Fernando, Trinidad in aceident). Terms Cash | . st car Water Jugs race. H greatest number of points, in the é 27 J Feb 5 Feb. 10 Feb
VINCENT GRIPFiTH REWOSt 888) Oe en " , Vee ore ere again she Children’s Classes at the Gwmkhana— CDN. CONSTRUCTOR fun, 19 Fel 9 Feb. 24 Feb
1 seapnndadetetm aia . " Aleta Ww It cormes ico proauction| showed perfect control while dip- Miss K. Parker GDN. CHALLENGER r oon 3 Mar 5 Mar 10 Mar.
be slg: . . , ‘ 7 aad . ‘ DN 24 Feb 5 Mar 5 Mar. d
POULTRY 7.12.52—4n |at the end of wus year it will be] Ding water and pouring it into the Cup presented by the Barbados Turt ores Cotemicroa 10 Mar 19 Max 19 Mar. 24 Mar.
ne cheapest tumiuy car on the]Jug. Cy re Best saddled Horse — Miss CDN. CHALLENGER . 24 Mar 2 Apr 2 Apr. 7 Apr
>0OULI y ockerels 4 ~ s 0 eee ° atae
POULTRY—Leghorn cockerels and pul- UNDER THE SILVER narket in tnis country. Mr. John Marsh won the rescue a
lets from important strain. Telephone m y tream-| race with Miss D. Hawki oie NORTHBOUND Sails = Arrives ie. ae. Se
0186 C. S. Edwards, Appleby Pint,, St HAMMER It is the Reliant Kegal, a i mation CRC id “ed as his Demerara Barbados Barbados St. John Halifax
James. 11,12.52—2n > ur-seater, tnree wheeler] Portne e won chiefly because CDN. CRUISER 23 Dec Dec 27 Dec q 7 Jan
: ON TUESDAY 16th by orfer of Mr. {Bed fo ait a gummetal-blue} Of his swiftness at untying Miss "Can you lend me CDN. CONSTRUCTOR *ygan. 6 Jan. 17 Jan.
MECHANICAL E. B. Knight we will sell tHe Furniture }|COUpe with a gumi Hawkins’ ankles and wrists. Aft @ we CDN. CHALLENGER 17 Jan. 20 Jan ea
f u _ | at. Bush Hill House, Garrison which | coach-built body. ai the lead gained a Pe he scre er d / tablet? , CDN. CRUISER 91 Jan. 3 Feb. 14 Feb
eee | ei dee Powered by a four-cylinder, 7 Aci gained in this part of the] @ Parado ONG CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 14 Feb. 17 Feb 28 Feb
MACHINE-—One Singer treadle machine Round Tip Top Table, Writing and . a 1] race, he won easily = CDN. CHALLENGER 28 Feb 2 Mar 14 Mar.
practically new. | Apply: Mrs. Millicent !Qrnament Tables in Mahogany: Uphols,{/-P- engine, the car has a peWo' 17) 10. Evelyn won the Envelo ; » & , Ea CDN, CRUISER 14 Mar. 17 Mar 28 Mar
Small “Cc roton near Esso Service Station, | Chnirs; oor Lamp, Bookshelves,} consumption of 50 miles to the race from Miss Wats 7 pe . €DN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Mar 31 Mar. 4Apr. 12 Apr, 18 Apt
Bart Hill 12 12 52 3n. | Screens, Mirrors, Pa:nted Dressing | vallon A mae atson, Miss CDN. CHALLENGER 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 18 Apr. 25 Apr. 1 May
" = Tables and Presses, Cedar Press, Sim- | &° 0" > ling| Anne Hawkins and Mr. Keith :
WHEEL, STRAKES For use with} mons Iron Bedsteads and Cots; Deep The series of rough handling} neane won the wheel barrow race merit
Massey-Harris or WD Och nar [Sleep and Fibre Mattresses; Zine Top|tests which I saw the car put! The game which perhaps mee
vercome wheelspin em c and other Tables; Rus Sea-gra : . F reek Bi ¥ aps “ i
TRACTION of your Tractor in fields Skaire, “Tinta Ge Pag ind Sa through in the Midlands it _— K} cited spectators most was the for further particulars, apply to
Courtesy Garage 4616 6.12.52—8n. | Oil Refrigerator and many other itenis, | Were designed to show off its high] pig Sticking game whic yas
! or and me ig § é hich was the aes
— = Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms cash safety factor and to disprove the] fn) game of the gymkhana. This GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. Agents.
MISCELLANEAQUS BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., prejudices held against three-| was won by John Marsh who
Ctticastabsilieciaeeneytinemmchlipernts ting contain atenraninearath shecalar > erate ¢ s to}, " Shy i opt is % 3 ;
COOPER'S AERSOL FLYSPRAYS en- Auctioneers soo, | Wheelers. Deliberate attempts 10} was able to pierce the “pig” after! Wasw a Girt doesn’t SOLERO DOO DDD OD EDP DLE DE LODE SS PAPI EPI PAI POSER,
‘That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole | sures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes, NS turn the car over were made by/ about five minutes chasing, esn t want to leave

L1oprietor of Eau de Cologne & | Cockroach, Obtainable from all leading
Parfumerie-Fabrik 3 Stores in two sizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 oz.
4711 gegehuber der Pfe $2.18,



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throwing it at full throttle round At the end of the last event class—and have to make embarrass- 7 1 1 %

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Mocihens,. a firm duly organised under 22. 0. 53— ashes. Excellency the Acting Governor. : ( Means quick
the laws of Germany, Manufacturers "ESSO PRODUCTSoPercleun Jelly’ —_—_ ——$—_—_—__ Tight circles were made at Following are the events:— relief {rom suffering caused by .
whose trade or business address .s 4711" Ss IUCTS—-Petroleum Jelly sneardasit » hark bre ‘ ng|RFNDING RACE (Gents) riodic ina— 6 8
Cologne, Germany, has applied for the |White in Drums. Nu Jol, Paraffin Oil, NOTICE speed—with the back broadsiding} BENDING RACE (Gents) ar wait Ne h pains—headache, too— ADVOCATE STATIONERY %
registration of a trade mark in Part “A"|Drums and Pals. Fit Sprayers, Fut) Vomop banal almost continuously——but tne | peane f hak out disagreeable after-effects, x
of Register in respect of Eau de Cologne, |Gallons, Qrts, Pints and % Pints. Fut}..? nis hereby given that the] wheels refused to leave the DING WITH BALLOONS (Ladies) sk your druggis . : x
perfumeries, soaps, essential oils, cos-| Aerosol, Flit Powder, Esso Handy Oi1,| Transfer Books of the Company will be] Wound iat Minpl Mt Hawking, ma ‘Mie | aclantlaaally cone, for Paradol, | %$6$6066695666600666699600656860699999 O56 GSOSOOISS
metics, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and (Household Wax, Lighter Fuel, Radiator | [jose ftom the 16th day of December | 8TOund. Haw , ineally compounded from 4 | (%$69999699999909909990G909O990999 0099 FOP PFO POFOOFOFR
Will be entitled to register the same|Cleaner, Radiator Protector, Stop Leak, | {22+ Until the 29th day of December Bumpy roads were taken at] ReNDING RACE (Children) ingredients, The name “Dr, Chase” |S
after one month from the 10th day of |Sponges, Spark Piu Brake Fluid,, B Sod says ee ace speeds of up to 55 m.p.h. without Ist. Miss Parker, 2hd Miss Watson & your assurance » We have decided to discontinue the sale of Radios and have

€ or 59 ms! ~ ors s A > o r © c . 7 P o ne ar ft pctors ‘ . ICKE co . . »
precemher 186s wiles ecme persan shall | Drums and Fails. All of these can bei Winer teptA BISCUIT. CO iisornore a trace of shudder or loss of sta-] BALL & BUCKET RACE (Gents) 2 19 2 — only Bedroom models, and

in the meantime give notice in duplicate | obtained from R. M. Jones & Co., Lid

to me at my office of opposition of such,| Phone 47384 27.11.52—t.f.n
sexistration The trade ma cen be | ——— — --- _--—-
seen on application at my off GREEN ESCHALOT Up to 150ibs

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1. H. CORBIN bility tag eats €, and Mr. E oe — DR. CHASE'S: % 1 only Rad-ogramme

er i } One of these cars will be arriv- Ist Miss A. Hawkins, 24 iss D PARAD % which we are selling at bargain prices, if you want
a : ing in the island for demonstra-j] Hawki = OL % tests eenae ih seca oeseath caie Ye gas

NOTICE TO DAIRY-KEEPERS & MILK| tion in the near future EXCHANGE -RACE




Dated this 29th day of November, 1952, ]/At Little Battalys, St. Peter. Phone 9177
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es ee Petes. | FEC § : PARTS — Please} * is herew thy publish df | MUSICAL SACKS : bbs | Samm Quick Relief from Pain me
7.52 PI ; POVE P. S— Please} * erew published for gener AL ‘
10.18.6230. || PERFECTION STOVE PA information that under the Dairy Reguls. = CENTRAL EMPORIUM

note that all Perfection Stove parts can
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Hens of 1948, it is required that certifi- |
cates issued during 1952 be surrendered
to the Commissioners of Health during
the month of January 1953, when re

registering of the dairies for that year?

be obtained from R. M. Jor
Ltd., White Park Phone 4764
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ivan iti —$<—___—__— ee milk, along with milk venders | :

TOVE—One Belling Electric Stove in} WhO have obtained licenses are also re- | %

1 excellent condition. Phone 8104 Quired to renew their permits and} A WARM BATH ®
FURNISHING GRAND 5 aa, | Hy, | ‘
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other styles, Morris Spring and to sell Spirit Malt Liquor ‘&e at a | Phe Hague, (The Netherlands), has a>- e
Springlike Cushions, Upright, board and shingle shop attached to | Pied for the registration of a trade mack ~
Rocking and Arm Caned Cha.rs Tasidanios ak Martins tay Ot. dobn in ae + Ak Register in respect of * —————. ~
in Mahogany and Birch ‘ osg, | @PParatus and devices for wireless tele s
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et ae m ~ereree phony and telegraphy, electronic tub .
fe SPLENDID PIANO--Gramo W. HARPER, Esq : 7 - ae ae oa ‘ i. ; . %
phon $14 up, Banjo Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. and will be ent.tled to register the same x Owing to Foot and Mouth Disease at Marti- Ag
ct Sta ted HAMBLIN McCLEAN after one month from the 10th da of S »
; Stichines $00 UD. - : ‘Apelica December, 1952, unless some person shall $ %
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sidered at a Licensing Court to be held {cate to me at my office of oppos:tion af x nique no visitors will be permitted on board %
at Polce Co' District * on Monday |*Â¥eh registration. The trade mark cw | Y >
ee N the Sind day of December, 19 tf Dated this et day of November, 1952 % se Bene A le *
SPRY : FECT Be ae Cg ate are ee Sd $ the s/s DE GRASSE and s’s COLOMBIE. No %
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POOP POLLS SOPEF FOO. han egenepebeacnate Ss
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TED, a British Company, whose t 0,12.52—3n. ¥
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RIX j X House, Millbank, London, S.W.1, I X *
at x xs r “ % land, has applied for the registratio % s
trade mark in Part “A” of Reg « c < SOSSSSSS OPPO OOOO”
THE BARBADOS x 4 Terms can be arranged on x in Pearvect of sliding clasp fasteners, and A new agreement has just been concluded between Saguenay Terminals Ltd. and the Ass@ POSSESS OOOO OPO APPL LPL APSO
A U ATIC CLU : * s the following:— x wit be entit ed to register tne ‘sai | as, of lage on frans-Atlantic Steamship Lines, and Saguenay Terminals Ltd now announce
QU: CLUB % % (1) Property at Field's Gap, R Ine enaiber 1952 wileae weak Teoh | wis eee hh : as a y of their present rv to Barbad Trinidad, D j EOP e eC ery CNT Tes
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Only) 8 (3) Propertie t King % registratior rk « (2) to accept on Through Bills of Lading (with transhipment at Trinidad), cargo for Antigua, NO i ¢ K ¥
x Village. Sere oy Ammen ak ee, Smile Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Tobago and Cari- P =
ae al ‘ $ 29th day of Novemb« ) 34
Through the courtesy of $ (1) Property at King Street, % H. WILLIAMS, — | ee M, Ps ; ; : : x
the British Council there x near Baxter’s Road Registrar of Trade N (3) to accept on Through Bills of Lading cargo for transhipment to any of their vessels load- . >
will be a FILM SHOW in 2° 4 aie ey 10.12.52 ! ing at any U.K. and Continental berth port for Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara, and Cari- g
the Ballroom on Friday, $ % (1) He use § t Fairfield Road | pito, This covers cargo which is moving on existing Through Bill of Lading arrangements &
December 12th, at 8.30 p.m. x Q with 4 of an acre oO and whict transhipped at U.K. and Continental berth ports for on-carriage to the ter- ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS %
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Riv rs); COLOUR (British $ IX ‘ ! L $ ' I ON DON MARINER, cleared from Glasgow on 20th December, from \ » 7 ‘ aed 5, ; . ~
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and aecrue to the benefit of West Indies cricket. He won ali his races easily a
nit not let us make the same ee mistake that tempted us into {in pnt aa yards he beat rrr ERY By GEORGE WHITING
making a stupid itinerary for our Australian tour when the Senates— | Nearest rival by about Here emein Gude .
l . : » we go again. Sugar Re ’ r prost 4 ahd ‘
bless their little hearts—-more or less said “arrange the tour as you The spdxts, which were :aiinabn Sache Falah A ae ae ns 7 oti ive a mn, ‘ then he
like we can beat Australia under any circumstiances.” Let us re-,tended only by competitor . a Es * | RUST Pe The: greatest. ACHOr “Of. All
member that whom the Gods would destroy they first make mad. judges, lacked the usual divi
events but competitor ve ‘ tained offici . }
® ue icial permission to| agony when _ the camera caught
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TULY. R MUST NOT 0 T , however She lastl ove continue running away from Ran-| lim rehearsing with t e dam- DIFFERENCE.
tf € A t wR G 0 U.S.A. SWING TACeR ; en folph Turpin, Procrastination is! sels of the dance the other day. |
: Good Performances oi ” he thief of time—and Robinson Prostration for Robinson frus- e
. s . my ae Evelyn's good performance ‘ $ has stolen another month of jt, | tration for Turpin. j
By RICHARD BAERLEIN | brought him the Class I Cham- |} 3 + 4| Robinson was due last week- New Deadline YOU LOOK

THE most disturbing news from Ireland last month| pionship. Champion of Class I!
was that the Aga Khan 1s prepared to sell his champion] was 14-year-old Michael Gibb



end to appear before the New I wonder what kind of tor)
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three-year-old, ‘lulyar, at his own price, hong oo. = Ro Mark Eve- tie : eat to tell that politically can-|ber 15, the new dé 1€ @
The Aga Khan’s studs are ining speed, is just the type to/4¥", (13), brother of Char Sey, trolled authority whether or not As a guess, I would say he will| @ > haat
Ireland, but the news originally | nake a great stallion. jended up Champion of Cla | he intended to defend the world| express with a great 1ow of * YOU_ FEEL
came from Kentucky, where it Nasrullah has gone to the| While the C€ lass IV Championshi| |middle-weight championship he sincerity, an earnest wish to join t YOUR BEST
became an open secret that the | United States and co.,.imands a/Wwent to A. Sealy who scored | retrieved so. sensationalls fr m:issue with Turpin in a third anc %
Aga Khan would sell Tulyar foi } itud fee of 5,00Q dollvrs points, ; Turpin last year, | “deciding” battle. x ®
a million dollars. Case ett te The real tense moment of t | ' Then he will start another kind | ¥
; Higher Fee meeting was just before the F Here, we thought, was the| of stall—the stall that ; ys hel® AND THE
This does not appear to be a i yards open, At this stage Set |show-down — with elusive Mr.| wil} want about £100,000 before g PRICE YOU
false rumour. It was not so long fulyar could command an even|was 55 points and Set F 45. Fo Robinson at the end of his shilly-| he takes off his dancing pumps. % PAY IS THE
ago that we were complimenting higher fee and there is no doubt !Set F to end up Champion Hot shallying and comp lled to give; Turpin and Charles Humez of |% PRICE IT’S
the Aga Khan and his son on}that the Americans will eventu- ‘first and second positions in t! an unequivocal answer to the|France, have decided that, if v
what appeared to be a change of Jally find a way of paying the sum/990 yards would have had as ;,, CHARLES EVELYN strokes home straight question: “Do you fight; Robinson does not make up his|% WORTH
face in keeping a champion in| the Aga Khan wants—if he really|woa by the Evelyn ‘brothers, | *® Win the 160 yards by 26 yards|or do you quit?” |min¢. they will fight each other, | $
OOP Tetcs ate nak bas opens to sell, iCharles won the race bu from his nearest rival. With the | Commission headed in London or Paris, and claim % “Top Scores in
earn further honours and then ut if Nasrullah had remained conior opposition was too mu 100 Yards (Over 16) by Robert K. Christenberry, self-'the world title for the winner., | $ Tailoring”
retire to the stud. This praise/in England he would have earned for Mark who did 1 lac once ; r avowed and-> State-appointed I suggest they go to it, imme- *
appears to have been premature,}more than his selling price,j st ' a aie f oni ee ane 1. C, Evelyn (F) 2. A. Arm=|racket remover, we believed, in'diately. For my money, Ray|%
\though this was £130,000, poe A ere. DUNG -U rong (D) 2. A. Taylor ‘our innocence, that the day binsc t tripp the light |®
Tho = rh: ‘ = is : orks dlasiens Champion House with 58 in Be ig" ae oi ce, 1a he day of| Robinson ha pped e light|¥ :
The Aga Khan and his son The sale of Tulyar woulq be;¢ F J b 33 secs, decision was at hand | fantastic once too oft > 1 1 won
have often been described, and a damaging blow to British |Set come Secene witl : 50 Yards (14—16 | c AY Aart fs ; ee % p ( \ MAFFEI
rightly, as the greatest horse} bloodstock t a time when we|5¢t,D third with 431%. 1, M. Gibbs (A) 2. L. Taylor How Wrong! iat : ‘ & © Ue We 4
dealers in history, When they are about to be right on top of} The results were as follov (D) 3 P. Ward (B). Time 324|,What a hope! Robert K.| Lively Capture %
sent 20 or more yearlings to the world again 50 Yards (Over 16) ees al a Christenberry has been telling Batt ’ Pet Watern 8 CO LID
. Oi - 7 . i. , > » Y ; -! > > - e¢ g Oa ri i as er averman, ;
Saratoga nobody mindeq much The Aga Khan has done much 1, C, Evelyn (F) 2. A. Tayle 50 Yards (12--14) se the. transatlantic ‘tele-| ABA i sht- velt ; I 1 d $ a -
to improve racing, and British}(A). 3..R. Feldman (B) K. Art i. M, Evelyn (F) 2. W. Sking}Phone just how wrong we were, | 5 ‘hei pe WHAIPE * EBRD, *t “al @
,, The yearlings they have sold at racing and British’ crowds have |Strong (D), Time 293 secs ner (C) M. Grannum (A), Time}. “Robinson has asked us for Olympic C 7 sinha ee | 260®9O802O OGL BIOOO0O000-OO49 OOOO 2920 8O OHO OOP QO"
Newmarket in the past have a returned the compliment a thou- 25 Wards (14—16) 38 sec another month's extension, and nin iis: teak ea —eVe$_a—™“Ns==S—— [ :
miserable record and, instead of | sand-fold | 1,. Ky-Gibbs (A) 2. P. w | (50 Yards (Under 12) we have granted it.’ Christen-| {008 tre fae co a ;
fetching between three and five! He now has an opportunity to](B). 3 P. Johnson (D) Tir 1. A. Sealy (A) 2, A. Archet| Octzy, toldime, Ronn or a Tone eat eee
hundred pounds to English ene, [show his appreciation of British |16 sees. (B) 8. oR citings CA) Time 464 “Why?” 1 asked, pe ge El erect _ ate Cee oS |) Set TSE ee ee
ers, they went to the Americans |racing and the way it has treated 25 Yards (12—14) secs r vigigygg| “Robinson produced a medical Vigkataemen Gar Th’ hte nest | (tie o a a i {
for 3,000 dollars apiece. That was|him by ensuring that Tulyar re 1. M. Evelyn (F) 2. W. Ski "180 ¥ards (Over 16) certificate showing that he had : nih ahd Arst if a Hel. || | eee 3 4 #
ood business, mains in the British Isles—in-|ner (C), 3. D. Noot (B). Ti 1. C. Evelyn (F) 2. A. Arm={20t yet fully recovered from the cinki teat to: nut 4 enti al || ;
- “4 stead of following his other Der-|162 sees fate (D) 3. OR Feldm is (RE) acute prostration caused by the | ee ts ; ar, i . ar cabs 1] MENSW EAR
Fetched 90,500 Dollars | by winners,» Blenheim, Mahmoud 25 Yards (Under 12) inva bie kee ‘heat during his fight with Joey!) q0un ae king eae a a MPaax | i
jand Bahram, who are already in ly A Sealy (A).2: P. Kir \ ns oe + af Maxim last summer.” replied)“, Y? SSpeule le ra ea a
More recently the Aga sent six|the United States—L.E.S. 3. A kentae CB) T : a i 1K var stk. Taylor Christenberry : ae otebh 7 ane oe oe
high-class ares : ve | om é ‘ > t iS é e bl, ay . : SI a nbon ee as a table companio >|
Sate pian at Fay at ‘a al (D). P. Ward (B). - Time: 1 min, an aes "4 that?” I asked. feather-weight Sammy McCarthy
a total of 90,500 dollars. | MAI BA G 83 secs, acate’ fubin Dey, aera A member of Caius BC, the || Smart Shirts...
They would probably have! _ fil . (100 Yards (Under 14) Jing champion "and the Commis. |Pue-faced quick-moying: Water. |] = Collar Styling...
made as much or even more if|The Sports Editor, less chance-given to so many er? 1, M. ‘Evelyn (Fy, 2 W, Skins cn cofaidered he.was © Sateen. te esas meer” brilliant 21? Neckties...
sold at Newmarket, The success/Sir,—If Mr. Coppin’s personne! to clusions : nee (C) D. Noot (B Time: | * c a ne was entitled | junior champion of his year, and : corchief
of that experiment is doubtful represent India 1inst the W eee 1 min, 17 9/10 sees to the month’s extension ha/he strengthened that succe by me Handkerchiefs ...
@ > Ss ' se #® against ie est 3incerel ' un. 1f Ss 5. as ee aw a a - sa St A er ort
An owner is naturally in a po-|Indies is correct, it is a pity tie G McD. CAREW (220 Yards (Open) prt ee ~~ oe make «| winning the ABA title Socks... smart
sition to do what he likes when! West Indies Board of Control did! Medway d BY eat 1. C. Evelyn (F). 2. A. Arms-! Gecision such importance Silly Secrecy design, quality
he likes with his own horses not see fit to invite two (2)! | Holetown trong (D), 3. M, Gibbs ¢A). Any Idea? | Like most of such “arrange- ffm that speaks :
Loyalty and sentiment}/representatives each from “Paki s- St. Je a Time: 3 mins‘ unseat es y ta _|ments.” Waterman’s switch to <. quietly and well,
7 id. howave: i ilisarite j nat ine ! ak St, James, and | Have you any idea what his} oo poccionalien : ace Meg , 1 ’
hould, however, influence him|tan” and ‘Ceylon Seniar Relay Jecision is likely to_be?”” professionalism has been’ con
in certain instances, and to my} : "| Sports Ed:—Pakistan | have be: 1, Set _D. ee eet 4. 3 eel ee ve ra ;,| ducted with all the silly secrecy $
ind Tulyaris ote of these in«| Some Sera 4 < npc ths aperaalh : ; ee ail. ; Ths a | “No, but George Gainford, his| oy isined by ABA rules f
minc ulyar is one t in-| me of these elegant players |eccorded Test Match status by! Time 1, min, 19% secs, manager, told the Commission | °™é ine y ABA rules, } Fine Materials :
tances, i jare good Cricketers and are vf} the Imperial Cricket Conference, Junior Relay that should he continue fighting | Everybody seemed to know 4 5 ! Fi b
He has proved the outstanding Test standard. and as such would be a separaic 1. Set A. 2 Set D. 3. Set F.| Robinson would probably defend| What was .going on, except * Cut... Fit..
horse of the year and, because he! .The stability of the team would | cricket entity for Test Match Time: 1 min, 32% secs. his title te ree nacet year,” | appar y, his club, w » recentls Shoulders...
1 stayer with a.turn of finish- have been more assured, and, purposes. Class Champions | I thanked Mr. Christenberry |™2d¢ him_a vice-president. | lots of weave
i ott i D iE E on Ti — CST enriseectemerticies oe pet onieneersnnee ; A oe re yn Ets se | for his courtesy, replaced the By George Ri onei : variations ...
tic o svery ime ; r HT. , Pat on mbds << polntsyireceiver and fell to wondering| Every player of Mersham-le- ades that invite
: oe y oa By imimy Hatlo (12—14). M. Evelyn 15 points, yee he iam farther the | Hatch ent) Cricket Clb who shades et
ORT RRRRI TTD aI Rea Ses (Under 12). A, Sealy, 6 points, | Americans intend to go to keep! drops @ catch will wear a bowler a tectont’ invite
Av” PAWN MAMA AK RILENE | | Ss. 7 House Points a hold on that dollar-spinning| hat for the rest of the innings, | selection. |
ener tN MAN A AND 4 SEE } | O WoT GIVES ? So PoP GIVES 1. Set A 58 points, | world championship. or until another fielder drops one. |
{ ) oP OUT OF THE HAY 10 | UP HIS SLEEP“.BuT MOM AND | 2. Set F. 54 points If poor Robinson is still suffer-| A miss is as good as a mile! Such is our business. — |}
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Band, Hastings
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8.00 p.m



Rocks
lectures a
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pee ESTABLISHED 1895



West Indian Advisers
Say Talks Were Succes-

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Dec. 11
in a joint statement this evening Mr. Grantley Adams
and Mr. Albert Gomes, West Indian Advisers to
Colonial Secretary at the Commonwealth Economic Con-
ference affirm that the meeting has been a success '
They said: “As far as the colonies are concerned, and |
in particular the B.W.1., apart from the broad statements
of policy which create a background—the fertile field— |}
for future Colonial policies and actions, those sections
dealing with the Commodity Policy and Imperial Prefer-

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ence fully and explicitly protect our vital interest ’
“Salient features of immediate

= importance to the B.W.I. are re-
from All Quarters: iffirmation of the value and sanc-
tity of Imperial Preference, a

move towards modification of ‘no

new preference clauses of
G.A.T.T., direct mention of long-
term contracts as a means of as-
suring long-term security of mar-
ets and prices for Colonial
primary products and a concession
allowing foreign investors the
right to transfer capital gains
across the exchanges.”

Mr. Gomes and Mr.
all these features open new hori-

Woman Wins
Prize For
17 Children

Madrid: Spvain’s Adams say

annual national

prize for large families has th ear 1 offer new hoy for pro
> ons and offer ne opes tor rO-
year been won by Senora Maria , 5
G a ai ake t a Pi as ms i Seas oh of greater wealth and
arslas Oo as just ive yirt } -
So pe ‘i thus the further nprovement of
to her 17th child in 18 years of : P :

of B.W.1. peoples.
that new hope.
new wealth, new prosperity will
not fall into their laps. It will be
necessary to think hard, plan hard
and work hard for them.
Real Chance

“It is up to every colony in the
B.W.1., every man and women...
to do all in their power to grasp
to the full the great opportunities

= a living standard
marriage. The prize, awarded by| put they warn
General Franco, usually consists oi
£1,000 in cash, In the:case of Mi
Gen. Franco has added
presenting her with a
three-storey house in her native
town of Ecija.

New York:
Harvard

Garsias,

to it by

lecture at
Dr Bi A]

Invited to
University,

Davis took 117 days to reach his} offered by this historic statement
lecture hall from New Zealanc of Commonwealth Poli B.W.I1.
He sailed with his family in a}/now have a real chance to take
48-foot ketch. He fought hurri-|their place in the Commonwealth
canes and measles contracted | and in the world. We must real-

ise and exploit this new spirit of
}eonfidence abroad in the Com-
monwealth.”

They add it has been a privi-
lege and an inspiring experience

by a young son to make it.

Sydney: Captain Cook's navigi-
ting instrument — a pair of silver
dividers, a silver-mounted pencil

and a small slide rule — have|to have been present at this his-
been stolen from a Sydney |toric gathering of statesmen and
museum. They are worth at least leaders. And their feelings of
£1,000. F satisfaction at what has been

achieved are enhanced by the con-
sciousness of the Colonial point of
view. This they state has been
due in large measure to the Sec-
retary of State for the Colonies
and his official advfsers whose
grasp of the complex subjects of
the Conference ensured that the
Colonial aspect of these subjects
wrought their full includence.”

Milan: Callers at Milan tax offices
this week smiled and did not pay
For the tax clerks were on a
strike for higher wages.—L.E.8,



Unrest In
Morocco

MOROCCO, Dee. 11.
A new wave of unrest hit Mor-



JamaicaStarts New
Bauxite Process

occo after the wholesale arrests From Our Own Curruspondent
of Moroccan Nationalists and KINGSTON, J’CA., Dec. 11.
Communists. Police and _ troops The first Caribbean production

of alumina, intermed|ate stage of

kept an iron grip on the Protec-
aluminium production, began 1n

torate after the bitter anti-French
rioting last Monday in which| Jamaica this week at a plant oper-
more than 50 persons were killed. | ated at Manchester by Terral-
umina Jamaica Limited. The com-

More than 100 Moroccans who] pany—a subsidiary of Esalunim-~-
tried to enter Rabat were de-| ium Company, Canada is the
tained. Armoured cars and tanks!| only one of three operating baux-



clattered through Rebat streets] jte companies in Jamaica which
while merchants shuttered their| process ore to this stage before
windows. shipping to the American main-

land.

First tonnage
set to work at
which it is planned to
450 tons per day.

The entire General Staff of the
Moroccan Nationalist Movement
was arrested overnight in police
raids with 12 Communist leaders.

—C.P.

Foreign Ministers
Meet Next Week

stands at 120 and
180 with extension
process



























NEW COMMONWEALTH POLICY
PROTECTS COLONIES’ INTERESTS

U.N. Recommend Talk:

Seizes Power

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(By W. MUNN)
UNITED NATIONS
The United Nations spetzal Political Committe:
Thu to recommend th l
neighbours negotizg> directi i he |
Treaty
rhe Committee approvedgme fF
lirect negotiations by ag te ef 32 to
The Soviet bloe abstained.
I in France and United
Ss ipported the proposal, >
I t afte Syria’s Ahmed 7s M egee }
Shukar § Secretary- a oro? ( an
rata Suraaween’ Red Chief
I y ‘ it tart “f
negotiation with Isra¢ unless eC A 1i¢ s
Israc ie strate: hat it will ‘
respec t previou resolu- 1 Ww i] » j
tior of the United Nations, unpre ‘
Internationalization of Jerusalem,
territorial adjustment and the} CASABI ANCA
@-settiement of refugees have | ¢. welve | ers of
been recommended by the United 7 lal Unist I |
Nations In the past ron th rencl
neta ast, :
Marcos Perez Jiminez The United Nations to-day also|cm ald g the Frenct ¢
-onte . 7 7 we than i,
DEFENSE Minister Marcos Perez | ‘ ntended hat the adverse com- | ne Paiva ss
Jiminez has proclaimed himself | ')'* y United States .on 14} icp Istiquial Indep |
provisional President of Vene- ae Nat still = working $F) id Commun ‘of tt |
zuela “by decision of the armed { " ed wa ‘an Mae far too flimsy tor
forces.” An army colonel and a |) “"! pee missal. The United }° tne expulsic fa ( i
oO tly denie ‘por lat 5
leader in the pro-government fe ea 9 “ 7 w I nied reports th a munists \ announced in |
F.E.I. party, he replaces the three- nea “hy hb Tet ‘ eee employe communique from Ral |
man junta which has governed |j, the avEt Bo ean at OSM istrative capital of Frene
the country since November, 1948. Nations house acme g te es ecco, where Resident |
Leaders of opposition parties have hmaicas " g non-| Augustin Guillaun } }
been arrested. International) |“ ae . ‘ an iron fisted policy
r ta Dismissal Not Denied ’! known agitators fr
A spokesman for Mr. Lie did not | of Monday's riots
deny that there recently had been; | Gu llaume yesterda
dismissal involving West Euro# the roundup of the Communist" ju
e UTAH | pewnehe onteteniedthne tena] ave sti qeal erarchy
had beer ny firings on security French accuse of collusion” in’ G
* grounds {Monday's riots which t
> a . “pate evie| least 59 live and !
NOE t . Lic request for concrete evi- ; an )
Big Assaul S dence on the sensational charges | than 200.
in the grand jury presentment The announcement did not
SEOUL, Dec. 11. | that an overwhelming number of ae wae ae ee ~ grown
Chinese Communists launched| Red subjects has infiltrated the Teti or ioe ie = ee
the biggest mass assaults in al-| United Nations, was contained in| eee hae i sda sai
most a month to-day smashing | @ letter to the chief American haad i ae the on aan wane
into four South Korean positions | delegate Mr. Warren Austin, The Estent aes rs eo awa
on the Western front only to be} letter was sent on December 3, |“ 2 —UP
slammed back in 13 hours of sav-|the morning after the grand jury's 8 :
age fighting. —- ae made en a
spokesman said the letter is \
South Koreans hurled attacks| being released to-day witho OcK |
against three of the hills before waiting for < Gore Revie ¥ viel CARTOON |
dawn but the battle at the fourth] of the testimony yesterday before Oy OSBERT I ANG ASTER }
little Nori—blazed past noon. | the McCarran Senate Internal Serie. F is ‘ A :

Chinese firing about 6,000
rounds of artillery and mortar,
kicked tough Roks oft frequently

contested Little Nori after ten
hours of fighting, according to
United Press staff correspondent,

Fred Painton,

South Koreans withdrew a
short distance and raked the hill
with air strikes, artillery mortar
ind tank hours and



fire for two

| counter-attacked at 1.20 ne
—_—_—_—— \
J’ca Expects |

Bumper Crop

| (From

KINGS

Our Own

‘ON Jamaica, Dec, 11
Jamaica’s sugar production 1D!
\the 1952 sugar crop is likely to|
far exceed previous estimates anc
indications are that the
cane production will boost sugar

Correspondent)




well over 200,000 tons. Latest
| estimates of the Jamaica Sugar
| Manufacturers’ Association taken

at the end of November continue
the trend of increase. According
to those figures, production will
be 295,050 tons which represents
an inerease of 2,500 tons over the
October ¢« This figure is}
expected to be revised as further







timate:







| dog from a lead to chase the pri

bumper r

FRIDAY, \DECEMBER 12, 1952



On Palestine Treaty


















curity Sub-Committee, That test!-
mony showed that the United)
States has made “adverse com-
ments” on 40 American employees
and that the comments related to
security problems in 37 cases, the
others dealing with moral charges
Fourteen of the 40, 12 of them)



alleged security risks, are still on |
the United Nation povroll the
testimony disclosed.—U.P |

|



NO HELP AT |
ALL

London: A man escaped from i}
Whetstone police station and was
chased by a policeman, Anothet
officer with a police dog saw what
was happening and released the



What was that you were
saying about a dollar
shortage ?”’

oner, But the dog went after the
policeman chasing the man and |
caught him — bowling him ove
The man got away.

Mr. Truman Criticises
Gen. MacArthur’s Stand |

|







WASHINGTON, Dec. 1!
Truman said to-day that MacArthur like ar lecent|

man should give him his solution to the Korean war. 1





PARIS, Dec. 11, information. on the cane croy f
> » vv 7 fac Sues : . arene es ¢ n Arthur y
Official sources said big-three Western Foreign Minis- oe in. a West a Sugar} President told a news conference that MacA ww and]
fers will meet privately next week, with Britain and France sidicaaictte NTS ae ~~ ane Eisenhower both have a duty to come aewaee —_
. rark f > . mM ney w = , state, have a pady sté r , : 2 wy ave w th y “nd t con- |
laying the early ground work for the problems they want! oq production. Frome on Decem-! with any solution they may have which will en (
to raise with the incoming Eisenhower administration ber 1, Barnett on December 8. flict and save American lives. |
j
The United States Democre Sh ahaa ale |
Administration is quitting office § uid aca ee sant ay i
in a month, and Britain and os" " . is i meg eet j col i aaa sy ee i
France hope outgoing Secretary rit 4 rHinDp Vv ITOR 2 ARR able meeting with M my oe
of Stat Acheson will channel Eisenhower, indicating Gov
back to Secretary Designate bither of them has a y
John Foster Dulles the points plan. ‘Truman said that
they would like Washington to} Arthur has a particular duty
member in the hectie policy- | come forward with any |
forming days of the next year for the Korean solution si
Mr. Acheson however is oe as a five star General
to score a few points of his own) : :
in a farewell meeting on the duty lifelong.
topic Expressing doubts that \
It seems certain that Presid :nt- Arthur has anythin wortt
i er would back him however, Truman said he
tothe. ful) on 4,400 miles to see hi
French sources said their Fof- Island once and all he
A A eee the os or bere | misinformation. Wake Is!
wi assu . at a we 7 2 5¢
doing its best on the tempor- was in October 1950 }
arily stalled six nation unified > Ss > r on |
European army plan which would Dd - Age apformett om”
bE reer nth, the Weeen | munists would not !
is 7 | Korean conflict, that
Not Satisfied | posamene to send a di’
re . - Korea to Germany fo
However the U.S. is not sat- tian euena and tha
isfied. With chances at least even | Kame me LPhpe th Sas
that the pact will never be rati- “a was practically ov
fied U.S. quarters report that, Truman was bitterly «
M Acheson will demand a | of the way MacArthur cor
major drive to put ideas across | himself since he was re!
to France's reluctant Parliament \ General of Pacific Comr
According to these quarters he |} President id M ah an, \
vill remind Mr. Schuman_that ‘ 5 uc Mace }
Mr. Eisenhower made the Euro-| | reported to him as ‘i i
xecan Army an essential part of |}man would have done He
policy when he was SHAPE |he has never een
det I t his ideas | since hi return to |
‘ d by hi | States and doesn’t wan
Ase him.
‘ A ( expected to }
! alternative | The president took
Â¥ sibility eo fhat as a five star G
mar 1 N.A.T.O active service, M Art
Thi that Germany THE SCOTLAND YARD DETECTIVE (John Roach), hand on head, looks somewhat puzzled as he que duty to report to the ¢
would tr directly to tions Jack Kurton (George Challenor), left and his wife Vera, (Pamela Chaytor). Bill Millington in-chief upon
Europe: earmament without (Denis Wellesley/Lord Dangan) and Mrs. Millington (Pauline Dowding) look enquiringly on. the Pacific, and
Europe estraints Scene is from the Bridgetown Players production of “The Third Visitor”, which opened last night time e 3 ar
—U.P at the Empire Theatre (See Page 4 for revieu ah “ye ae Up
| good the count:

Miss Hawkins Ladies’



.
ie @ aaa 29.430
TO-DAY
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PRICE : SIX CENTS’ " Meare ele 4



hampion a

veral skill at the Gymkhana at the j York November 30
1d I rial Exhibition at Queen proposed from
' iii Si -cizepreil i luce Legislation
. pon in re women t iica Legislature with
r the best woman in th u coming
wed grand control over he juestioned by
f Representa-
Date esitNer ee | 1 raised by
| oa 1h Oe Ypposition Leader Noel
‘|| Good Old Days? | 0 asked if the Gov-
ew inything of the
Midnight cries by fisher- Hon. Sir Harold Allan,
ilor Bay Street wert | he House and Minister
— t reminiscent of the || I ‘ i the article which
ew 0d old days when fly 1} tJ uea next year in-
| fish were ometinu ;} ene 0 ritroduce Legislation
| t ill a penny Last ' tax holiday to
) = 2: ht cry was five flying tustric coming into the
Bending Race | ish for 10 cents ’ la published without
' i t ent’s knowledge and con-
: anes oe ommmnemnt VEN t
i }
| P ass i It was stated, however, that the
or) Republicans Agsail | »xceutive Council ave now con.
: > dering the troduction of a Bilt
which . *
: | 4 vith a view of further encourag-
ARGUE: | I resident Ss ng the development of industry
cond | j ‘
lin Jamaica—C.P.
i on th Be nk Remarks qatar
( | race rom 1
came | WASHINGTON, Der i CHINESE. REDS BEAT
j Jaa Bending | . ]
Nie laxdishiens jot Publican on Thursday at ‘BACK SOUTH KOREANS
phd ae teorn hiched MR TRunian's | remark %
licg Parker | (LOUt Gen, Douglas MacArthur's SEOUL, Dee. 11,
@ oll Korean peace plans as our| Chinese Communists stabbed
ue Y pes” and a “raucous song” {‘hrough withering Allied artillery
: ; ad, re to hurl South Korean defend-
‘ nearer senators Henry Dworshak and] erg from Little Nori Hill on the
I t , ,
ball And Bucket Race jevrman Welker, Idaho Republi-' Central Front for the second time
ead } at bitterly assailed Trumar 1 17 hour
( onlterence tlatement th } 4
\ { The Red urled 3,000 men intd
, a4 ree aA ee had he biggest attacks of the month.
@ Poles | worabalk kala the Proadantia re (200 es, By led heavy
meet aii : i) t “ id “ \ at Red positions on the
| I ounded like the “wucou ‘ me
ong” and that Trun yaa Front,—(CP).
his} t be acting in complet« ana nn
dl t ird for national iit «
i Deane Welker said he was not i | |
re- | prised that the Preside toope be
i lon | ing the word “demagoguer
‘ use he is the greatest dem , ; 7
ese ee te eee wan, | Shopping Days
Prur used the phrase ca
ign demagoguery in des before Xmas
t Korea.—U.P
ecenonettaie ie its AAO

Kast German
Premier’s Plan
























LADIES



IN ACTION

eir events of the gymkhar

’ t Queen’s
nual Exhibition

Park

GOVT. DID

tGymkhana|VO?F ANOW

play \ blished in the New

\ a splendid di :
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BARBADOS



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fron "England sterda by the
De Craase For the past 64 year



Frere ha beer tudying en
nz at Loughborough Col-
Leiceste Hi practical
if as done at the Brush,



Loughborough

Mr, Gill has returned to take
up ar ippointment ith the
Centra) Foundry Ltd

Took Solicitors*

Examination
M" FREDDIE HUTCHINSON
or of Mrs St Clair
Hutchinson of Carlton Black
Rock and Mr, E. K, Thornton son
f M ind Mrs. ¢ A. Thornton
of Pleasant Hall, St. Peter re-

turned from England yesterday
by the De Grasse For the past
nine month, they have been
itudying for their final solicitors’

before
examina-

Shortly
took the

examination
leaving they

















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DECEMBER % to JANUARY @t (



p arvume
{ k for t g resu
Help keep domestic

JANUARY “ te FRBRUARY °





tion and expect to get the results BILL MILLINGTON (Denis Wellesley/Lord Dangan) and his wife (Aavartts)—Your planet Uranus goin:

early in January Steffy (Paaline Dowding) as they appeared in “The Third Visitor” a aie eee - a tan cane dadii
. a F Bridgetown Players production which opened last night at the Empire outlook ir achieve ef
Pathe Film Team Theatre.

OUR members of the Pathe + rn . . eo ae a a ro ;
Film Unit arrived in Barba. ‘“@rewell To Headteacher Back From U.K. Holiday (ore, re ee ea ude
dos from Trinidad by B.W.LA . staff and pupils of ISS LAURIE PATTERSON *'¢ s Let ne Soa: 0 your eve
yesterday morning on a two-day Leonard's Girls’ School bi of Hastings who had been in ° You “BORN -D

visit They are making a news- farewell to Mrs. C. ¢ Griffit
reel of some of the islands in the headmistress of the school wt
Caribbean and have already cov resigns at the end of this tern
ered Trinidad and Jamaica. They The ceremony which took place
were accompanied by Mr R. yesterday evening was very in
Legge, Sales Manager of B.W.LA. pressive Mr. E. ( rheobalds,
The members of the Unit com- Deputy Director of Education ad-

prise: Mr, T. Ashwood, Mr A. dressed the gathering, while Mr

Rolfe, Mr. S. Goozey and Mr. D. G Cc Millar Inspectc of
McKean Schools, paid tribute to the work
of Mrs. Griffith
fhe opportunity was also taken
to present her with two gifts
of which was from the staff id

the other from the pupil

Many Happy Returns
ee ee ee to Mi

J..R. E. Crane, Lt. Col, Joe
Connell, Capt. A. M. Jones and
Dr, E. L. Ward, who celebrate
their birthdays to-day and Mi:
Vv. C. Knight whose birthday it
was yesterday Mr. KR. W.
Tucker's birthday was on Dec, 10

After Three Months
ACK in Barbados after spend-
ing three months’ holiday in





England with her parents, family
and friends is Mrs, Vere Ince
whose husband is the proprietor
of Kingsley Club, Bathsheba

She arrived yesterday morning

by the S.S. De Grasse and wa
accompanied by her two childre
Elizabeth and. William



Mrs. Ince told Carib that she
enjoyed her holiday

MRS. KATHLEEN TOPPLE but was glad to be

immensely
back here a



; t it was getting frightfully cold
New Matron Arrives the U.K. She said that the visit
RS. KATHLEEN TOPPLE W&S a novelty for her two child

arrived from England yes- Te? who saw snow for the first

terday morning by the S.S. De time

Grasse to take her appointment Speaking. of her trip down

as Matron of the Maternity Hos- ftom the U.K., she said that it
pital, was rough for the first half of the
At the Baggage Warehouse to journey, but the remainder was

meet her was Miss Ann Moller, #004

who had been Acting Matron of

the Hospital. Artist

Mrs, Topple has just come aa a .
from St. Thomas’ Hospital, Lon ISS _M. C. LLOYD of Bir
don where she had been for the mingham arrived from Eng
past four years as Deputy Mid- land yesterday by the De Grasse.
Wifery Superintendent Before Miss Lloyd who now lives n
this she was in the Army Nurs- Paris is on her way to Dominica
ing Services serving on 1e Con. to visit a friend. Due to the cde

tinent and Sierra Leone lay of the De Grasse she has
This is Mrs. Topple’s first visit Missed her connections to Do-
to the West Indies ang she js Minica, but she still hopes to get
looking forward very much to her there for Christmas. Meanwhile
stay of three years in Barbados she plans to enjoy a_ short -stay
. in Barbados. She is a guest at
Vew Curate the Enmore Hotel,
RRIVING from England yes- Miss Lloyd paints and hopes to
terday morning by the De §d plenty of beautiful scenery
Grasse was Rev. H. A. Potts who 2 Pominica, During her ta
has come to take up an appoint- here, no doubt she can wy he
ment as Curate of the Cathedral, h@nd with some of the scen
He was accompanied by his wife that Barbados has to offer
and four children, three boy

On Holiday

and a girl sn TIEANIP RV
Before he entered the ministry R. and MRS. Cc. A, CHENERY

Rey. Potts was a ship building 4 were among the passengers
engineer and also served in the arriving here yesterday morning
Black Watch by B.W.LA, for a holiday







TO-DAY Active ge





England ince March returned erati rewd in bus €
yesterday by the De Grasse t to _unwerranted reciiessne
You have versatile talen nus
During her stay in_ Britain she cayapilty, are magnetic, and impress
toured the Lake District and people Choose As90
Kent countryside with her friend caret are oa
bane st; G. Flaube :

Miss Alice Rudduch



RS. FREDDIE NORTH ar

Mrs. Reggie Elliott returned ; 7
from England yesterday by the Viore Nytons For
De Grasse They left Barbados y e
in early June for holiday Norwegians

abroad

By JAMES BARTLETT



Intransit NORWEGIAN girls are gett!
NTRANSIT throug? bados twice as many British nylons
yesterday from England by they did in September Tin
the De Grasse was Mr, E. H. Swedish girl, too, are, gett
Webb. Mr. Webb is on his way to more
Trinidad to take up an appoint- Empire st ‘



ment as Manager, Cable and
Wireless, Trinidad

Australia « > \
Just about seven years ago, Mi. ‘#King 90 per’ cent






























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ter





ADVOCATE

The Countess Poisoned
The Sandwiches

By ANBREW HOPE

















t { ne « lidr
1 ome « + h
‘ 2K ording " ier i ive «
MARCH t1 to AF V ote k «
ae am t aspect of he ec betweer ou |
discove i that your host wa the sandwiches ere
t ing ed anything h stryel e in enct
cinne, CCAUSE t t f i
plaine that t bv ¢ r
! ht ti er t ‘ t «
No? untouched indwiche He
MAY @1 to JUNE 41 (Gemini) Yo adds
well aspected should encourage é yell, ye ty ave ived For two or three day fte
to tow : Stor to-day. Bt T—-day ith a count who was quite that. sandwiches were served 3
i her epared to riae ' ! half-past elever o'clock
JUNE «2% to JULY (Caneseu= Phe pears, handed youn \ hould av
Pleasant indications with no planets oO o hat it se Frederick face ]
nfriendly pos.tions and with Mereur ke t e in the eriod cove t take a either
well aspNyged. Day favours sound play j ate r 2 t take any
ning, inte:ligent work f oO vere '
pULy MISTAKE
“¥Y & to AUGUST & (Leo)—Ext ; ee
care advised where contention is likely Neither do 1, But Major Cecil —by Crippen
Much can be accomplished in business, William Me a I book FROM castle in Austria t
industry, mechanies and other work @ ‘Ulam Mercer coe A 8 BOOK wie street called Qld Bailey
ou hafidle things well ‘ pub ne unde; hi pen 4
rn of Dornf Yates he And the too, is Major Mercer
. ame > mrnfe ate > . ‘
WUGUST 2 to SEPTEMBER 2 ‘ - the barrister who quit ti B ‘
Virgo)—YOUR day, with Mercury most TeMembe ne a with an
cial , t that i ' write
eficially Ant be miindt fTection ! i ylessedly un- : n
the tempters —ir nee ahd i ‘ . He watched the trial of Crip-
; . shamed A
temper! A genial, gtaciou Virgoar cn, the wife poisoner
will be successfu ‘
. y Wo . But he did more than that. He
SEPTEMBER 4 to OCTOBER By SANDWICHES visited the Crippen home in
(Libra)—"A little with contentmeat is oe ‘ ‘ Hilldrop-crescent Holloway ind
reat gain The more content "0 With Strychnine learned from the police who dug
hopeful you are to-day, the greater y« ;
gains later j AKE. for instance i ojourn UP the cellar the secret that sent
OCTOBER MBER e h tl cour Crippen to the gallows
ome uM te NOVEME « . ! . 1 Seok ant » . 2alle
(Seorpie)—May have to e strongly tes who had an partment in Crippen, re — ee _
your inger tive E re s >», ssecte 1e7
our ingenuity in this Par a mansion in Dresden, lmore, hi wife, dissectec
pliable, resource oe paeduc { > and buried her in quicklime in
good results wo chateaux in France ind a .
wtle in Austria the coal cellar. But he made
NOVEMBER & (te DECEMBER It w it the castle that there 0Me mistake. He ‘slaked” the
(Sagittertas)—Finantes may need double . Hetinet' ; lime put water in it — and so
cheeking and most matters careful ir occurred the istinctly odd case uined sserve the remains
vestigations, b day will be p f the Poisoned Sandwiches, and "elped to preserve . ee

who instead of destroying them.
Major Major Mercer remembers as a
tell boy at Harrow, not long after
the Boer War, listening to a
speech by an Old Harrovian who
had just been elected as M.P.
was for Oldham, and _ overhearing
headmaster say: There
thing she'd saiq 80€S another Harrow Prime
done — and Ministe1 The M.P. was
mind. He knew Winston Churchill,
very sound: and | Those Days glow to the Mercer-

ew that every night sand- Yates touch. He has style and

es were set by her side. in he has grace; he has good man-

ould wake in the ners and he has Standards
ght and wish for some food ulthough they occasionally betray
him as in this extraordinary

orning, when her piece of dialogue about a crooked
her, remnants of lawyer;
iwiches lay on the “He was a
It had been partially eaten “So he was
about it, and I sug- gentleman. He
at the very best

BERRY AND CO

Frederick
Hear
years old
youthful

illed
Annoy

Viercer now OF



encoun-

One of her relatives
out my age say 28 He the









blackguard.”
But he was a
was at one of
public schools.”

pretty

countess
there was,
was Frederick

it wa no at The
t o believe





< Majo : They’re there
THE whole book is done in
f seh : aa , dialogue. It is not Major Mercer
awh aiies. Tteneace aie "I who appears to. be _ telling
m he igh ; ind Frederick anecdotes from his life, but a
mn he : don't. like {tst-person character named Boy
me while’ I’m Pleydell, aided by his Other Self,

asles hougt (the rat) brother-in-law Berry
gt me last ‘ But ie In ease you did not know,
Major Mercer-Dornford Yates is













the begetter of a cult centred on
Webb was stationed in Barbados. Nylons than they did in Septer the characters of Boy and Berry,
He w Deputy Engineer, Cable ber. and their wives, .
and ireless’ Branch at St. Law- y In the pages of Mercer-Yates
rence So women in this country must the women are adorable and
He was accompanied by his expect to get fewer and fewer adored, the men are witty,
wife and son and fewer of them 3 wealthy, and wise in the ways of
. their world
REASON: British nylon stoc\- Their world of eternal youth
M* NARINE CHARIANDY of ngs now sell more easily thaa where the grass is always green
Gabriel and Co Prinida sritish cars in world mark ind the sky always blue is not
passed py a tk Trade figures published the world of post-war Europe.
day eee ow on et morning show irop ; Major Mercer found that out
1 7 ack im ne a a wr : ld overseas last Nyloa when he tried to resume the
neg fifteen months in the nited > + te ’
Kit gion. sales leaped from 328 deren Good Life in France after his
‘Mr. Ch iriandy took a course it pairs to 208,069 dozen pairs second bout of war service. He
Sanitation at the London Poly- Rosilt of Mkéde. pus oo packed disillusioned bags and
chnic oe oouliaae by e set I pars et up home in Rhodesia, where
aati ns . ” Chr : is Across he has written his 3lst book.
ee , . ip S S Bpive su 3 et the dog dag. It is called “Ac teens 7
First Trip to the wide-boys wh To & graduate, dabided, (a) We oS rents} fe Ey ie
A 1914-YEAR-OLD Londone: eubhiiin én the’ paver Apt to include ao game of tig oe a aan : It is published
Ye : ses ve | n by Ward, Lock at 12s, 6d And
4 N B Valentine arrive »E.8 2 Very un ete ;
from England saatay lay by the ' t & &) oupreRogmeaa ag. rT 9) tor those who have already
De Grasse to join the staff of C eee Gh prete, sd caught the Berry-Berry disease
ble and Wireless, as an assistant ; Additionally. (a (4) ie it is quite brilliant, oes
ugineer. Listening Hours 20. Nesa "o polnt ous”) «ay Mes
> f ‘ a .
) Barbados s his first stati rey, pedetERR 2 Altered yaen, a namber
oe y t comrt ¢
road with the company (006.00 p.m os. cones neds ma (5) PWV TLD y = 7
" sak -— 24 Nothing is this ‘astu. 3 D ? HE WAY
Went To School Here pila he Mews, 4:10, p.m Th 55 Tale that’ is ane we .
ak = * cieiltiieds Ely ervice 5 pm ano ime Date enough to try a © ot. (6)) :
ISS BERYI DYETT of 40 p.m. Canlc¢ in. 6.p.m. Go
m. Can 1 Ce 5 pat 1 Downs
Montserrat who for man beer of on ores a H Stn avds Makes any calf nippy. (9), By BEACHCOMBER
years has been residing in Eng- “““P*" ** P” ee Sees Stains when in steamers. (3) DISGRUNTLE .
land arrived yesterday by the 0—7.30 p.m SLM, 49.71M Groveneer ttreee tetas 4b) a i. a 1 ¥ a a
» Grasse. She is e - » eae ceneenienaptomnnt — . restaurant aSKs y what
De Grasse he js en route te ¢ bon. Meschant avy Geameatne oe : £4) conceivable mistake could wh it
Montserrat. During her stay «15 °5'm. Mp Top Tunes, 6.45 p.m ; iateanse ‘set jed “as” | ie Gesetibed as 1 s .
here she will be the guest of Mrs ports Round-up, 7 p.m The New ) Hes. tiled , . ee nere=s0up on
E. B. Inniss of Carlisle View, Bay 710 p.m.. Mome News from. Britain. 1. Mam at the Involer seem” (@) the menu turn out to be some
Street. _ 15 p.m. West Indian Diary, 7.30 p.m Tree. (5) 7 sort of fish-stew?' Hush, little
Several members of the Inn Centurion Tank 1 Leasec’s outgoing. (4) ss one. It was no error. “Hare soup”
§ ‘ ade hei . é Peeling of the range. f s re é ad
family, including Mr. Eric Inniss,_ 7.45—10.20 p.m $1,.32M, 49.71M Time to throw out. ca) pa a avin a —
oc "e . Pree et tion of yesterda: > Ne many S : >
Who “has recently returned. from 2oa9 pcm. th Abernethy, 8.15 p Wenovated; 8 Bx ee most tiresome gourmet will no-
a year’s stay in New York, were] gadio Newsreel, 8.30 p Com} Errant: 15, Tee; 14 ner 6 tice the difference You cannot
at the Baggage Warehouse tofihe Week, 8.45 p World Affa Azalea, 18, Limit: 2 fons: 21, Noon; : ’
meet her » p.m. BBC Concert Orchestra, 10 p eepaterenge 2. expect restaurateurs to provide
Miss Dyett spent most of h he News, 10.10 |} Fr ate a eh 5- explanatory footnotes to the menu
IVAISS : { ‘ ser fitorials, 10.15 5 ' Awt Neater: 19. thus
schoc lave ,» Barbados to ‘ ee ne Stat N
hool days in Barbad ; 0 Y The ¢ Kuv Poulet de Bresse.*
French Consul, Trinidad
R, R. V. VICTOR, newly ap- |) === : res
M pointed French Consul in GA ' E a PP i A 7 A EMPIRE THEATRE
rrinidad, arrived here yesterday The GARDE ~ James ” — OPENING —
morning by the SS. De Grasse }iro-DAY & fo-mo | BRIDGETOWN (Dial 2310) Saturday 13th — 3 Shows.
a aia ans r Trini- presents alae a abet Lae
from rance intransit for ini ear BALF-DRRED ( Toda 2.20. 4.45 sa 4 1.30 4.45 8.30
dad to take up his post Technicolo ¥-— #50, —S-S5—and—8.30_p.m The st
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1952

BRITISH HONDURAS ECONOMY | ='r*=

Citrus

Are Increasing

Stann Creek Valley,











described as the “shop-window”
of British Honduras, continued to be the scene of the most



BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGI THREE









‘regular’ order

Oil Source
No. 2 Now
Endangered

By FREDERICK ELLIS
LONDON
Trouble in the Middle East has

AM is a traveller in smoker's

JOINT ‘som OF STAFE CONFER

accessories. If you want a
lighter, a cigarette-holder, or a
hookah, Sam's the man who
shoots the latest line. ‘Well,”
1 asked him, “how's the great
door-to-doors?”

“Shut
miserably.”

Exports



“Just at the right place,” I
said. “You have alittle All-Bran
for breakfast every morning. It's

LONDON.

in my face,” said Sam

‘No orders anywhere. For




















































































balanced formula soothe and rR broken out once again, this time delicious, and it gives your diet
otect the delicate stomach spectacular development schemes in the colony in 1951, in the fabled city of Baghdad one thing, I'm constipated, and Sc daeiealies tei
inin: Get a supply right eave Rl ¢ i blished last ynth Iraq's capital when you're feeling like the bottom bul jomething for those mus-
“Wen — ays the 1951 annual oe eee Ries Bet owen I 7 n’ fan oid ashira. can't pul r cles to work on. It'll make you
5 . . 6 . : an vestern n bou f a shiray you ca ul you \ ork . ake §
y The Citrus Company now has 1,500 acres of newly i aio + big oil rod ing ; ed Ssoet tate petidling 6 aate @f bean lar’ tter of days,”
cleared land planted under oranges, and is establishing a dey 7 , “That's probably year trots Tick on dh ae e as 4
} concentration plant for orange and grapetruit juices. Only last Tuesday King Feisal “Tgnid. “A bad f ° elt Sam digesting this, ani
If opened a £41,000,000 pipeline Fe case of pipes. = when | saw him a week later he
, ore qqnars from the Colony ¥ unerten carrying - are - You looked as if he was in full sale.
eached the value of $731,916 {, wt sf eh ae ee S FOee, “Like I said,"’ I said. You're “Good morning,” boomec
(£182,979) in 1951, an increase ommu is Ss The oil is run by a British bitin slid bb the 38 ft; of nie 2. Good - ra dita
POWDER of nearly $200,000 (£50.000) . company — the £87,000,000 Lraq stat Pp ?y - of pip Want to buy @ battleship? |
; on the previous ir Dam Petroleum Co. with its head- ing you have inside you. All you So All-Bran’s put you in the
5 Neutralises Acid , At the Colonial Development quarters in Oxford-street. The eat has to go through that case big time, has it?” I asked,
‘oothes Stomach Relieves Pain Corporation’s banana plantations ‘ fl company's shares are internation- # pines ay howell “| “Tr ane . > “Tr
© tat tae ava; bow hone at Alta Vista; 1,800 acres were Estates ally owned, with Britain holding bub cael pce > tates * oY re Be Ras)
ap tha dated Gandeh. Catice a:baive planted and the first shipment of _ Egon slice aa , have to do the pushing and a ns ays. Now
, | bananas began in October, 1951: This is how the capital is split . what about a pa f th racle
@ Prompt relief De WITT’S | first shipments to the U.K. haa LONDON. o;4 pulling. But there's nothing a) pal id
@ Easily carried ANTACID reached 13,000 stems monthly by Communist terrorists did nearly Anglo-Iranian —. them to hang on to in the soft I'm already sold on that,
@ Cell-sealed TABLETS the end of the year. Increasing £1,000,000 worth of damage to Royal Dutch Shell foods you get nowadays.” wes
@ Standard Size, 24 Tablets shipments had since been made Malayan rubber estates during sae which Britain “Well?” said Sam na
Economy Size. 60 Tablets | regularly every three weeks, the second half of 1951, Strong olds interests) be ye > od KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN re-
Government counter - measures, American 233% Not at all, I said. Hubble- ‘ Pe ee ha
BEES oes i> fa Forestry, the report emphasises, however, aimed at cutting off the HERE ts THE LATEST PHOTO of the Joint Chiefs of Staff as they comerred French Government ,, 233% bubble, toil and trouble in your a ae oa ; a Y ef a
a Sere been regarded as the bandits’ food supplies, compelled at the Pentagon in Washington. They are (1. to r.): Gen. J. Lawton . tummy — a dose of constipaticn. ee es ee ee
A little mustard mae : ne of the equnts y's econo- Jarge armed units to break up Collins, Army; Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg, Air Force; Gen. Omar N, 95 % A 7 : of whole wheat, deliciously oven-
ny, in Pee posts = forest into small mobile gangs Bradley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Adm. William The remaining five per cent of You're in need of Kellogg's toasted with malt, salt and sugar,
| Products included 1,785,838 cubic This is revealed in the annual “eehteler, Chief of Naval Operatio (International Soundphoto) ‘he capital belongs to Mr. All-Bran.” - Makes a splendid breakfast, end
feet of timber and 719 tons of rose- . t 7 . ‘alouste Gulbenkis yste’ y ?
| wood, valued at $3,846,352 (£961 report for the Federation of oo . é alouste vulbenkian mystery “Where does that come in?’ asked many appetizing cakes, buns, and
| 588): gid 835 551. th { r is Malaya, which added that the ; man of Middle East oil, and gives Se snaitiae dakiee
| valdad at $950,347 (£237.58). ‘ denial of their one-time fruitful COLOMES DIARY aa rer RACRDAMe, RR FL —— ; ee
source of food supply and in- ereent
Road Building formation, resulting “from the ry Earlier this year the company -
| resettlement of quatters under Sing: i} ore | iF AS t he igned mh, 50 50 profit-sharing
It points out that post-war de- the Briggs Plan, forced the ter- auc / pact with the Iraq Government .
| velopment has been concentrated rorists to come more into the “£31,000,/000" thi a FOr at a THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE!
jon establishing a more broadly bal- open, " e: CDAD bat . . 1985, ‘* ae as
anced economy and much atten- Improvement in civilian morale » . ; an Ale Base ; ee A en pe
tion has the refore been given to a and an increase in the flow of es ae nnua epol . The faa “Vancuanicdent: 1 set UD a a
| eee Se road building with jnformation enabled Security ievel soment “Board to spend The
the object »pening up new areas: res achieve -tter results ; : ro . i
for egricustare, During 1951, 3 cP i. cea aneuian ceiaelon Congratulations to the City of Singapore! This island oil millions in the way that will
number of feeder road&S were “jt has always been clear’ says Colony has again produced the year’s best—certainly the ee a eee ees fi
ar a3 habs ney . a : . Mue y e oy t ear-
built on conside oe Era the Report, “that the morale of most readable—annual report. Compared with the dull and ted ee sepliate the ones tere
| was made a porte roe na iietline . ‘ i
| linking Roaring Creek te Ea the population and, in particular, unimaginative documents produced by some other Colonies, tile farming land—adding 2,000,
| Western District with Stann ty the aad eth t — the Singapore Annual Report for 1951 is positively gay. 909 acres to the country's land
; areas, is ; vital factor . : san . hhanaeetials :
| Creek and the Middlesex Valley, 20S) i.@ Vl . ie Not that the gaiety has been allowed to obscure the main %4ual to the acreage of Kent
| so that this potentially rich area ©@™palen. . eel purpose of the re sort Surrey, and Sussex
| will have, for the first time, land ain cptaatae proldbgation. of } e rey New roads, bridges, schools,
|} communication with the capital. “te © ' os n my t t ) tior Marly » February aes sad universities were also to be
| shies < the country continued to expand It Coane. e 1 the information mar) eo ea veerw re aid for from the oil royalties.
| + ana 4 ~ bg eaiiiined generally found in publications be a reception for interested . ak,
As part of the agricultural de- and prosper. of this kind—earnings from ex- guests, including representatives Chairman of Iraq Petroleum
velopment scheme, more land has Rubber production at 603,880 ports, birth rate: the nisin bee of from the Dominions and ‘Colonies, ©Ompany is Admiral of Fleet Sir
| been brought under cultivation, tons was lower by 88,705 tons eee to they olony yjolice They will be welcomed by the John Cunningham who is in
mostly by smallholders, and the that in 1950, due to heavy rain- force. and so on A ‘x the Dean and Chapter of the Abbey, [vaq_with the managing director,
export surplus of maize for the fall in the normally dry season majority of colonial annual re~ who will explain in detail the Mr. Horace S, Gibson, They have
1951 season reached 1,300 tons. and the disturbance .of resident ports, the information nearly Abbey's needs Plans include an been taking part in the pipe-
| The sae eae are: and casual labour on estates a year out of date, and therefore exhibition of Abbey Treasures, wna re ue gi 4
; concentrating on intensive agll- brought about by regrouping (in the ia} f 1 cl se ch estment late, pic ritain’s share of Iraq oil is
| . ne ¢ rEVS . $ 3 n 1€ days ¢ i change) imeclu tm » Plate, p
[ eeneeres ecraas en, pa hai qj. Measure. But the average price of academic inter?st only. It may ture other historic and im- now our —— largest single
ave een made oO Ww an p : “r . >, f > 2 « ~alicat at t n source of supply
; ies ’ of 3s, 114d. per lb. compared have been th realisation that porte ork of art, at St urce ¢ pply.
BRING NEW BEAUTY which have 2 Pere Beng very favourably .with that of out-dated—not to say stale-infor Jame Palace during February When Abadan was seized,
TO YOUR HAIR } with the object of increasing foot! 9. 'Gi4d. in 1950, mation is of dubious interest to and March, by gracious consent Britain lost 50,000,000 tons of oil
erent Tin production was 57,167 tons the great majority of people that of the Que¢ 1 year A cet anes in ag
= | > he ate bstacles — only 370 tons below the pre- inspired the author of the Sina output has done much to make up
At this Holiday Season Last th te a ee ee the Chics ean Aados. ‘ihe chDeta ae gapore Report (Mr, W. L. Blythe, 4 special mes age is to be the lo.
, a : f Pp > - abour ¢ > |e vere the Colonial Secretary) to incor-+ @@4r-ssed to every Dominion anc The other big supplier is the
When you want your }lack of sufficient skilled agr om = eolitiguyePewis Ses oetteea ua Jeerte orate several items of lasting Colony the British Common- Kuwait Oil Company, operating
: b | tural labour. “The veople have factors contributing to this re- POT a n ( as nt yig A * Rat hitiaw : pany, operating
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verted to agriculture,” the report j95) saw a new »roduction © coloured reproductions of paul, " ae ie ~ P
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PAGE FOUR

ARBADOS wt ADVOCATE

\ (ive Deal eee fs ee ee Casauwe}e
¢rinied oy the Advocate Co., Lid, Broad +, Bridgetown.



Friday, December 12, 1952

. _ e = =
Future Exhibitions

THE Exhibition in Barbados has a long
history. It is more than one hundred

years old. It has been held in the grounds
of Government House in the old Marshall’s
Hall in Bridgetown and in other places.
The exhibition owes its existence tc the
Agricultural Society which played a much
greater ‘part in the development of
the island before the department of science
and agriculture took over many of its
activities. The Agricultural Society itself
is the heir of several agricultural societies
which used to exist in many parishes and
which helped to foster that deep-rooted
Barbadian attachment to the soil which
has been commented upon by many gen-
erations of visitors to the island.

For many years however agriculture
has ceased to be the only reason for the
exhibition and hardly a year passes with-
out some addition to the attractions offered
in Queen’s Park.

This year’s exhibition is in the new tra-
dition and a Display of Mounted Police
was added to an already overcrowded pro-
gramme.

The popularity of the Exhibition is evi-
dent to anyone and it may even be argued
that from the viewpoint of the majority
the exhibition might even be more popular
now than it in earlier days when
there was less to be seen for the payment
of an equivalent entrance fee and _ less
persons enjoy the attractions. But
popularity is not the only yard-stick by
which exhibitions ought to be measured.
Whether the exhibition draws more per-
sons or is more successful financially than
ever before is certainly of great import-
ance to its organisers. But whether the
exhibition could not be as successful if it
were hived off into two or more annual
exhibitions is a question which its organi-
sers ought seriously to ask themselves.

was

to

At present Queen's Park does not offer
adequate display facilities for all the living
or inanimate things which are sent for
display. The poultry section is admirably
accommodated, there is ample room for the
judges and the committee members to
partake of refreshments, the kennels offer
suitable facilities for the dogs and the
owners, the orchids potted plants and
ferns have plenty of space, while the area
available for cattle, goats and pigs is by no
means restricted. But almost everything
else is crowded together. The back of a
stage is not the best place for photos to
be hung: the walls and show cases of the
upper room of Queen’s Park House would
have to be enlarged several times to allow
for a satisfactory display of the items of
needlework, painting, drawing, and other
exhibits in these rooms. Downstairs in a
room of the outer-building samples of rope
work, fishing nets, hammock, white coral
stone pots, stuffed dolls, mpdel buses,
aeroplanes, sisal work mats, tinsmiths
manufactures and many more interesting
exhibits of local handicrafts can only be
seen with great difficulty and in contact
with other interested spectators. By con-
trast there was ample accommodation for
an excellent display of cut flowers which
had lost much of their freshness by the
afternoon of the first day. In the open
the vegetables, ground provisions and fruit
were most attractively displayed
although the entries from the elementary
schools were disappointing. More over-
crowding was noticeable in the downstairs
room of Queen’s Park House where pre-
serves and an attractive booth advertising
the benefits of reading helped to subtract
from the sum total of the space available
for the display of furniture. Under these
circumstances the exhibits from the Gov-
ernment Industrial School may not have
attracted the attention they deserved.
The booths outside were more effectively
used by exhibitors although there seemed
to be no uniformity of arrangement of
local industries. The West India Rum
Refinery, Coca Cola, JU-c Bottling Com-
pany and the West India Biscuit Company
were more or less in the same area and
the displays of agricultural mechanical
equipment were if somewhat lavish in
no way cramped for space.

Organisations like the Association in
aid of the Blind and Deaf and the Automo-
bile Association made excellent use of the
opportunity provided by the annual exhi-
bition to advertise their good causes. But
no one entering Queen’s Park for the first
time on Wednesday or Thursday this week
could fail to be impressed by the straggling
look of what is still called the annual agri-

cultural and Industrial exhibition.
The Exhibition would never have
reached its present stage of undoubted

popularity had earlier generations of Bar-
badians refused to accommodate them-
selves to the changing needs of their day.
The previous mobility of the Exhibition
which has been held even in the grounds
of Government House has set a precedent
which could again be invoked should it be
decided that Queen's Park was no longer
suitable for a modern exhibition. But
wherever the exhibition is held in future















there ought not to be another combined
agricultural and industrial exhibition,
Next year the experiment ought to be tried of
holding an industrial exhibition during the sum-
mer and the other exhibition which could be
held in November or December should con-
fined strictly to exhibits by those « ged in
agriculture, horticulture and in the keeping of
iivestock and animals. With such an exhibition
a pageant or some other entertainment could be
associated but an agricultural exhibitic da
fair combined tend rather to become a llifica-
tion and an early instalment of the Christmas

festivitie This was never the



and New Ye

e wl

stituted the exhibition a

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Es it time to put NEW FACES
Under THE BOWLERS?







By WOODROW WYATT. MP
THE announcement that bat- Rea Not Enough â„¢
talions of the Guards now abroad r Pa , : =
are being brought home in time WRITING WITH THE DOES it matter? Yes, because

AUTHORITY of his experi-
ence as a former Under-
Secretary for War, a Social-

for the Coronation indicates that

bravery—and mo one says these
once again the Guards are receiv-

Guards officers lack courage—is

ing privileges not open to other : not enough, The time has gone

soldiers. eee, eee a tneky . when success in battle went to
No other regiments will cause the keenest argument. the regiments who could stand up

be brought home for the Corona- Woodrow Wyatt, M.P., was under fire the longest.

tion before their tour of overseas bimest? = soldier: he landed If we are to have a corps

duty is over. in France within a week of Welite—and even the Americans

have their Marines—it is entitled
to officers selected on a basis of
competence, not privilege. Some
Guards officers are good—but the

D Day. Here he contends
that now in peacetime the
Brigade of Guards is “the

Privilege and the Guards—the
words are almost synonymous.
Not that there can be any obijec-

tion to th nliveni last entrenched stronghold - ; : a ;
Majesty's Gurcentien aT ie of privilege and snobbery in oe eee -_ on
by the presence of her gay and the British Army.” Is this Wipeee —s — myer
- - — ° Ci r ember a ms
colourful Guards, As her personal true? the-night aiiibonce at a Corps
troops that is one of their main Headquarters in Normandy.





functions, The question is: Who
gets the privileges and why? to be able to keep up socialiy
; with well-to-do brother officers.
A Guardsman in the ranks
must be five foot ten inches high
and of good physique. He must
be prepared to accept the rnost
rigorous drilling and discipline in
any of the three services. At the
end of his training, he will be the
bravest and most resolute soldier
in the worid,

Weary staff officers were plan-
ning complicated moves of units
for the next day in preparation
for an attack,

At last, by 3.30 a.m., the plans
were completed. Then up spoke
the senior staff officer from the
Guards division involved. —

“Tym terribly sorry, sir,” he
said, “I've been ‘working on a basis
of the positions. we were in the

Fathers, grandfathers, great-
grandfathers, and uncles are
powerful anc indispensable assets,
Too few inquiries are made as
to brains or technical skill pro-
vided that he has passed through
Sandhurst, however sketchily.

Money also is needed, because day before yesterday, and not the
Snobbery although the Debrett side may ones we're in now.” And all was
be alright, a higher standard of to do again,

THE Queen's Guar Horse and living is maintained by Guards 7 :
Foot, therefore, are eae de’elite officers than by those of other T can remember, too, a squad-
so far as the men go. The ex- regiments. ron of a reconnaissance regiment
eceptional courage and reliability of the Household Cavalry. Its duty
in battle of Guards units has never The Army Council has iaid was to give us information of

down that the daily charge for enemy movements in front of us.
food, extra to the free Army Its officers were so inefficient, and
rations, in an officers’ mess chall its information so misleading, that
not be more than 2s, 6d. a day the use of it had to be stopped,

been doubted, For a stonewall job
against odds they cannot be
bettered.

For peacetime ceremonial the The charge in Guards officers’ Yes, I contend the men are
Guards make a perfeet spectacle. messes, where such instructions fine; the seérgeant-majors and
Once, because they are the are regarded as a joke is way other non-commissioned officers
Royal bodyguard, they were above that, are superb; alas, the officers are,
never allowed out of Britain in too often, not above average,
between wars. Now they have If a Guards officer cannot
to soldier overseas in Malaya, or follow the same expensive off- ‘No Cliques’
other trouble spots, like other duty pursuits as his brother ”
regiments. officers, he will soon be made to “IN our armed forces the

feel out of it. democratic principle is strong-

They have adapted themselves er than in any other country,

to modern conditions in all re- In war naturally the field of There are no military cliques.”
spects but one—the recruitment selection is broadened a little, and So spoke General Bradley, Chief
of their officers in peacetime. some who would not normally be of Staff of the U.S.A. only this








form the world into one vast and lovely
Shangri-la, in which peoples of all races,
creeds, and colours would mix
amity, doing just what the boys and girls)
with the bulging brains (and, of course, the}
fat salaries free of income tax) told them to|
do. |







the works.
as the only “official” war since we put Hitler!
out of business. |






and “Jolly good show Ma'am".

The “Sir” in these observations
is Gerald Anstruther, author of
“The Third Visitor”, which is be-
ing given, as their second produc-
tion, by the Barbados Players at
the Empire Theatre. The ““Ma’am”
is Annette Dangan, producer of the
play, who has taken a talented
group of amateurs—really, the
standard of amateur acting in
Barbados is amazingly high—and
given them just the little more,
and how much it is, of technique
in speech, movement and gesture,
that will animate a stage even in
those ‘moments when the author
has neglected to do so.

Let the best that can be said
for the play, as such, be said at
once, The trick ending is very
neat. The audience ought to be

t

The officer corps of the Guards
is the last entrenched strong-
hold of privilege to be subsi-
dised by the State, Snobbery,
not efficiency, determines the
selection

Closed Shop

WHEN
Sandhurst,

out from

allowed to

officers pass
they are
state a preference for the regi-
ment they would like to join.
Whether they get their choice
depends on how well they_have
done at their military studies.
The ‘qualifications for
Guards’ closed shop are a family
association with a Guards regi-
ment, and enough private means

the

commissioned

find their way in.

But up to the time when I
left the War Office no one had
received a regular commission

in the Guards since the end

of the war who was not at a

public school or educated

privately at his parents’

expense

The majority of officers serv-
ing in the Guards were at Eton

or Harrow,

Thousands of commissions have
gone to non-public school boys in
other regiments, but the Guards
still keep their system of nepotic
selection intact.

past week,

That ought to be true of the
British Army. Democratic re-
forms have widened opportunity
enormously since the war.

The result is that the
Army is the best trained
world today,

But is it fully effective in
meeting demands __ that no
avenue of advancement should
be refused to the enterprising?
The only quarter which holds

out are the officers of the Guards.
With their backs to the wall they
fight grimly on for the right to
hereditary privilege,

British
in the

—L.E.S.

THE THIRD VISITOR

“Moderately good show, Sir’’—

able to forecast at any rate the
general nature of the denouement
quite early in the proceedings.
Only a very few members of it
will do so. And if, between the
beginning and the end, the gocd
lines are apt to be embedded in
some remarkably soggy patches of
dialogue, there is enough—as the
Barbados Players perform the
play at any rate—to keep the audi-
ence racking their brains about
what that final solution of

murder mystery is going to be.

the

It is easy for amateur casts to
perform the average thriller fairly
well—and most of them do pre-
cisely that. But plays of this type
are by no means easy to do ex-
pertly. The characters are usu-
ally little more than puppets; and,
with little in the way of charac-
terization to get the teeth into, a
actor falls back on
the technical tricks of the trade.
He switches the necessary emo-
tions on and off in quick succes-
sion; and, with the aid of swift-
paced production, gives a perform-
ance that make the improbabilities
seem plausible enough while one
is actually in the theatre.

professional

In aiming at this sort of stand-
ard, amateurs are at a grave dis-
advantage; and it is greatly to the
credit of the Barbados Players that
they have seized to the exten} they
lave on such opportunities
characterization as do exist in
“The Third Visitor”, and have
kept the ball rolling so well in
those stretches of the play where
the author is merely marking time
until he feels he can bring along
his next “dramatic” situation.

The outstanding feature of the
cast at the Empire is its evenness
at the lower level, so to speak.
No one gives a really weak per-
formance: no one when on
stage lets the show down.

of

the

If one were looking for signs of
weakness in an amateur group,
one would expect to find them in
its latest-joined recruit—in this
case, John Roach, who plays the
Scotland Yard Inspector, and, I
understand, has never appeared on
any stage before. Mr.
performance, however, is one of
the successes of the evening. His
voice is on the light side; and he
will probably have.to increase its
volume somewhat if he is ever to
act without amplification; but his
articulation is admirable and his
whole performance is’at once easy

Roach's




and authoritative. One welcomes
him to the Barbadcs stage with
much enthusiasm

One other member ofthe cast is

From A Correspondent

making his first .tage appearance
in Barbados. But only the most
insensitive to the theatre could
suppose that Denis Wellesley (as
the programme has it) had never
acted before—and had not acted
with some thoroughly experienced
colleagues, The tricks of the trade
are here all right—and with them
an engagingly humorous attack
which one can only ascribe to a
kindly and forgiving nature, since
the author has signally failed to
provide Bill Millington with any-
thipg worth attacking. Mr. Wel-
lesley, indeed, gets so much out
of the virtually non-existent that
one holds one’s breath lest he
topple the whole flimsy structure
over. But he knows his job well
enough to stop on the edge of the
precipice; and to give the critical
as well as the less critical mem-
bers of the audience some moments
of real delight.

How nice, too, to be able to
praise unreservedly a_perform-
ance by Idris Mills! To Barbadian
theatregoers—or those of them at
any rate who did not see his Feste
in “Twelfth Night”"—Mr. Mills re-
mains the Corporal in “The Middle
Watch”. In subsequent perform-
ances, good as he is, he has never
seerned to attain to this excellence.
But his nerve-shattered George
flewson is, in its totally different
way, as fine a piece of character
acting as was the Corporal. He
does not overdo it where over-
doing would have been easy, but
keeps strictly within the part—or
let us rather say, since Mr. Hew-
son is a builder, he bangs the nail
right in the middle of the head

William Bertalan has to portray
a stage villain of strictly conven-
tional type. In a cast notable for
Its clear di¢tion, he sounds a little
thick at times; and, though he is
very strong on the suavity, he is a
trifle lacking in the sinister. Buta
most creditable performance just
the same

At the risk of seeming too eulo-
gistic (and I most strongly take
the view that the Barbados Players
are far too good to have indiscrim-
inate praise sloshed over them) I
am forced to say that I would like
to have seen more of Richard
Vidmer. What there was, was
very good indeed. He is a little
imprecise in movement and ges-
ture, but his timing is admirable,
and he extracts almost all that
could be extracted from his part.



I fear I have not much idea of
how the. author intended Jack
Kurton to be played. George
Challenor. who plays ,him at the
Empire, gives at any rate a sens-
ible and clearly-spoken account of
him; and it may be that there is
not a great deal more to give. In
any event, this young actor is de-
veloping. I look forward to seeing

him handle more promising ma-
terial one day with all the adroit-
ness of some of his senior col-
leagues.

I have ung left the t

ladies until
Even more



Mr I
has the r



than
Pauline Dowding
bear a




grievar



than anywhere else in the play,
the actor is forced back on to
stage technique—the split-second
timing, the lip curled at precisely
the right angle, the eyes flashing
just the right amount of fire, the
quick descent into wheedling and
feigned tenderness, the haggard
air of someone who may (or may
not) be in for a serious spot of
bother: in short, as some more
frivolous critic might declare, a
good thick slice of ham.

Largely debarred from _ this
refuge, Mrs. Dowding remains
very much her own attractive
stage personally, seizes the oppor-
tunity of the occasional effective
line, moves nicely, and only rarely
Slips into a certain air of coyness,
when coyness is not required, that
is her major stage defect. Per-
sonally I would rather see a good
amateur than a second-rate pro-
fessional any day. But there is no
question that to‘lend any real con-
viction, however temporary, to
this particular kind of part one
needs a professional—even if only
a second or third-rate one.

In a lesser and more coherent
part, Pamela Chaytor does excel-
lently. Her first stage appearance
in “The Importance of Being
Ernest” suggested that there was
some first-class material here.
This, her second, appearance con-
tirms that view. I should like to
see her in a more genuinely emo-
tional role,- Her delivery of a
few lines in “The Third Visitor”
makes one suppose that she might
make a big success of it:



It is a real pleasure to see an
amateur production as well dressed
is this one. The two young
women, in particular, have clothes
that suit thent perfectly: and know
how to wear them. (Mrs. Dowd-
ing in the last scene is—to put it
vulgarly — a knock-out). The
scenery by the versatile Mr. Ber-
talan serves its purpose well and
permits of quick changes.

In making this last comment,
however, one must not forget that
unsung hero of this and so many
other Barbados plays—-the Stage
Manager, Lance Dowding. No one
associated with the amateur thea-
tre can ever have shrunk more
jeterminedly from the limelight;
or deserved it more. One can only
hope that he gets enough fun out
of playing with the various light-
ing and other devices in this pro-
duction to reward him fordabours
that would send a lesser man to
hospital for, a month.

One ends where one began.
There is no reason at all why the
Barbados Players should not put
on melodramas in the intervals of
being earnest—and, indeed, much
reason why they should. But this
is just a very moderate thriller;
and it is only the trick ending that
enables ons to be as kind to it as








that. (Name one better? Certain-
ly Bonaventure”, or “Uncle
Harry” or “Ladies in Retirement”
or—perh: above all—as soon as
wt becomes available to amateurs,
Dial M for Murder”. And if any
of t » plays demands tricky
stagi Messrs. Bertalan and
De between them will find
the way
I te astonishing, mean-
at I y Da he











| saluted smartly
ing salute from the second Duke
jly took the wreath

FRIDAY,

12, 1952

DECEMBER

CURRENT EVENTS

By JOHN GORDON

LET us open the session with news of an

entrancing discovery.

In tests at the National Institute of Poul-

own food laid an average of 190 eggs a week,
while hens fed on foods recommended by

try Husbandry hens allowed to choose oa rt

experts laid an average of 45 fewer. |
Isn’t it an intriguing thought that if we
poor humans, like those lucky hens, could
be set free from all the experts, who are so
rapturously convinced that they know what
is good for us, much better than we do our-
selves, the effects upon us might be just as
remarkable as it was upon the hens?

TAKE THAT fascinating institution UNO,
for example. The planners’ supreme dream.

It was to make war impossible. To trans-

in joyous

But something seems to have gummed up
Instead of peace it was given|

'
The most extraordinary of all wars. The

war which even victory cannot end.

WORSE STILL, just because UNO
operates on sentiment rather than sense,
those fine lads of ours who have been cap-_
tured are apparently condemned to deten-
tion for life in Asiatic prison camps to suit
the whims of some of our Chinese and North
Korean prisoners now so happy in our hands
that they prefer not to go home.

Fortunately, UNO shows signs of cracking
up. The Big Chief of all its wizards, Mr.
Trygve Lie, has sent in his resignation.

He can’t get the porridge out of the pot
so he proposes to pass the problem to a new
cook,

Then, to heighten the crisis, one of his
chief advisers throws himSelf out of a high
window and is picked up dead.

Why did he do that? Clearly because
something concerning the inner workings of
UNO looked like being dragged into the full
light of day with most awkward conse-
quences.

WHAT COULD that mysterious secret be?
You don’t need two guesses.

But you can be sure that, just as our own
Foreign Office has drawn an impenetrable
curtain over recent disquieting disclosures
of what has gone on—and may still be go-
ing on-— among some of the rather odd
characters within its sacred circle, UNO will
be equally successful in keeping its scandals
from the ears and eyes of the world.

Haven’t we been sentimental about UNO
long enough?

It has not given us the peace we hoped for,
but war. It is not giving us safety, but in-
creasing insecurity.

Instead of spreading amity, it is sowing
suspicions, hostilites, and provocations that
must inevitably bring graver disturbanies.

IT IS OPENLY working to disrupt the
British Empire.

Isn't it time that like the lucky hens we
were permitted once again to choose our
own way of life instead of the way the
wizards have worked out for us?

What do we get from all this mighty army
of djvinely inspired brains?

TAKE LAST month’s examples.
an eight-year-old child treated in a fashion
that no child should ever be treated in a
civilised community.

We had a butcher branded as a swindler
because a Food Ministry snooper took the
view that some chops held togethef by a
piece of unsevered skin should have been
sold as-a-roast for afew pence-tess than
could legally be charged for chops.

What did that monumental example of
stupidity achieve for the taxpayers? They
had to put their hands in their pockets and
fork out damages to the butcher.

I am delighted he got them. But I am sure
we would all be infinitely more delighted
if the Ministry of Food saved us the cost of
similar nonsense in future by shutting itsel{
down. Its days of usefulness are over any-
way.

THERE CAN be no real hope of any
financial ease for us until we tell thoke
masters of ours bluntly and finally that we
have had enough of government by bureau-
cracy and propose to give ourselves the
same freedom as the Poultry Institute gave
to those lucky hens.

In clubs, pubs, and homes one little in-
cident in the television picture of the Ceno-
taph ceremony has aroused some lively talk.
An officer stepped forward to the Duke
of Edinburgh, saluted smartly and handed
to him the wreath which the Duke was to lay
on the plinth.
The Duke returned the salute punctilious-
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Acting Ge Governor At Industrial Exhibition

1952

BARBADOS ADVOC: oC A I Ue



Stresses Need For
Private Investment
In ae Project





aS EXCELLENCY the Acting Governor, Mr, R. N.
Turner, told members of the Agricultural Society at the
Exhibition yesterday that projects like a Central Milk
Depot and Creamery and Central Marketing Agency

“would have a much better








enterprise committed itself
money in tl ;
H Ex ] addressing

members of
before he dist

hortly
» prizes to

the successful exhibitors at this
His Excellency
tk ee the Sz



of the Com-
zement of the

of the Gym-
ll welcomed
Mrs. Turner,

Governor ad-
gathering and Mr.
ig, Vice President of the
moved th Vote of





Thanks
Mr. Be the ll said

“It is my
half of the
to welcome

pleasant duty on be-
Agricultural Society
yu and Mrs. Turner,
Industrial
n unmixed
i us to post-
last week,
sriculture, and

Iw welcome. It






at our

that had we
the attend-

been as good

like to
the first

the two-day

welcome
gentle-

man to exhj-










bition in is isl “Major Wat-
son will be reme ered as the
manager of the (¢ idian Bank
of Cor ree in the years when
thing bad. He was one of
the only people that would take
the chance of advancing money to
the Sugar Industry Agricultural
Banl

“Thing have changed, and I
think we have much to thank
Major Watson for to-day.

‘As you must have seen this
year’s Show is good, not only
from the number of exhibits, but
from the general quality; the

exhibits maintain our
ricultural com-

agricultural
reputation as an ag
munity while the handicrafts,
wood-work and metals show that
with hnical training we
can supply industry with the men
needed, Let u that in the
years to come our Exhibition will



some tec

hope





not only be Industrial in name,
Cattle Show

“A an agriculturist and a
tock breeder I share your regret
tt the Cattle Section is not
! ve would like it to be, but
jlaints have been made and

ire till being made about the
locally mixed feed, If for no othe




reason than that we must im-
pr ve conditi i these }
plaints might well be investigs “dd

ind something done to remove
whatever the causes of the dis-

itisfaction and improve the con-



dition of the animal

“You will f irdéy me Ladies
and Gentlemen, if I turn aside
from the Exhibition to draw at-
tention to another matter which
can and might seriously affect not
only the condition of animals,
but ruin animal husbandry in this
Island. We are now certain that
there is an outbreak of Foot-and-
mouth Disease in Martinique.

You have heard of the precau-
tions taken by the Government
to prevent its coming here. It can
be brought on the feet or shoes
of human beings or on the wheels
of vehicles, in addition to animals
which are diseased. It is our duty
to be cautious and to report any
sign of sickness in animals to the
Government Vet. In our present
condition we cannot afford to take









any chances F'oot-and-mouth
Disease can ruin u
should li to thank the



Members of the various Commit-
tee ind the udges who per-
formed a thankle ta well in-
deed; and ill permit me a



ecial word of praise for the
nel Clut vVhose organisation
f the Dog Show, has done much
of the







2 ent
Exhibition.
Power And Fuel

“We have been told that Bar-
bados is on a bath of oil, we
have just the beginning of a

b which will make the tap
run Let us all hope the flow
will lead us to a source of power

ertainment 1e







id fuel at cheap rates, so that
th mer ly trained and
1 ma ailable, we might
pe able to boast of “the Indus-








ries we have!” Then will our
Exhibition be really Industrial
“Again I th you for your
ndance here oday and the
upport which you have all given

IT hoy t



the remaining



yur will be ! entertain-
ent for y«
H Excellency said
it O Hundre Annual
\gricultur {i Industrial Ex-
tion of the Barbados General
\gricultu Society was hetd

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6 On page 7



prospect of success if private
to the extent of investing

Speech Day At
St. Matthias
Boys’ School

At the - Speech Day and Prize-
G ng of the St. Matthias Boys’
School yesterday afternoon, Mr









’ G. B. Niles, , Barrister at-Law
as the gues speaker Mrs.
Niles presented “the Prizes.
he programme opened with a
group of song by the School's

Glee Club under Mr. S. A.
Osborne, followed by a number
of recitations by pupils of the





school. The play “The Bucca-
neer’s Boot” was then enacted,
with each character performing
his part well. Mrs. Niles then
distributed the prizes to the
pupils, after which the Head-

master, Mr. A. S. Smith gave his

report.

In his report Mr. Smith spoke
of the work of the school, which
he said was quite satisfactory in

te of many handicaps. Jhe

had been able to maintain
h standard set by its pre-
aecessors,

“The success of any school”
aid Mr. Smith, “largely depends
upon the quality of its staff and
the type of pupils that-attend it."

Mr. Smith said that the staff
were capable and efficient and
always co-operative.

Results Satisfactory
teferring to handwork activi-
ties, Mr. Smith said that the re-
sults were all satisfactory. He
made special mention of the shoe-

making, book-binding and gar-
aening classes for the seniors
and the modelling and paper

cutting classes for the Junior
pupils,

After-school activities
ed Scouting, Cubbing, Glee
Old Scholars’ Association, the
Literary and Sports Club, and
the newly formed Parent-Teacher
Association all of which were
ng very useful purposes.
The attendance left much to be
There was only a good
during examination
terms. To this end Mr. Smith
appealed to the parents and
guardians to send their children
to school regularly. The roll call
at the beginning of the school
year totalled 280*but had increas-

includ-~
Club,



ser



desired.
attendance





ed to 31 The average attend-
ance was 232 and the percentage
was 76,

Mr. Smith yest ro by ex-
pressing his atitude to the

ind sunind ers of the Board
their untiring

parents

of Managers for

co-operation.
“Second Home”

Mr. G. B. Niles then spoke,
He said it was a pleasure to be
present at St. Matthias which he
regarded as his “second home.”
He referred to the untiring zeal
and the ability of the Headmas-
ter who richly deserved high
praise.

Mr. Niles then spoke of the
achievements of the School. It
had produced men of the calibre
of Mr. Merville Campbell, an
Island Scholar who is at present
Lecturer in Mhthematids at a
College in West Africa; Mr.
George Griffith, at present study-
ing law in the U.K., Mr. Cecil
Smith who was awarded his

M.B.E. at the age of 27; Mr.
Humphrey Walcott, Chief Pro-
bation Officer, Mr. Louis Lynch,

Prinicpal of Modern High School;
Mr. Berry Thorpe, of the Visual

Aids Section of Department of
Education and many others,

Mr. Niles hoped that the school
would go from. strength to
strength and ended by extend-
ing the season's greetings to the

audience
Other

C. E.

5. RB,

peaker
Talma, M.C.P.
Ripper

Open Day

St. Martin's Boys’» School on
Wednesday afternoon held their
Open Day and prize-giving. In his
report, -the headmaster stressed
the changing methods in education

included Mr
and the Rey





and reminded parents that al-
though all boys may not have out-
standing scholastic ability, each
boy has his place to fill in the
community and the artis
ju aS important as the
th priest or the teacher

He thanked pare and



guardians for their qssistance in

the past year and asked for their

continued support.

The school began their pro-
gramme with a play entitled “At
the Rising of the Moon", followed
by Carols and Negro Spirituals.
Other speakers were Mr. Clyde
Gollop, Social Welfare Officer, Mr
C. D. Spencer, Inspector of Handi-
crafts.

Sale In Aid ied Old Ladies Home

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tos ire « ( la in
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THE BARBADOS REDIFFUSION SERVICE won

first prize
Exhibition yesterday. Their slogan

“relax with Re diffusion”

in the booths exhibited at
Was well depicted as shown

the Annual
above.

Rediffusion Booth Wins
Ist Prize At Exhibition

The atmosphere of Christmas was also brought to
Queen’s Park by a large Santa Claus which advertised
Ju-C beverages. Santa Claus was six feet tall and was
erected above the heads of the crowd visible to all exhibi-
tion fans.

First prize for the best booth at the Annual Industrial

Mr. A. Coppin
Rack From U.K.
Business Trip

Exhibition was won by Rediffusion, whose booth had the
setting of a well arranged room, with a “man” reclining in Mr. C, A, Coppin, Keurea Go

a chair (only his crossed legs are visible) reading, relaxing “P!™enl Anas re















He ggatt Hall, St

hard labour for not keeping tc
th left side of the road while
driving a motor lorry on July 13,
1951

rge of negligently interrupting
the free passage of traffic while
ving a lorry against Bryar
Vv also dismissed without preju
dice. His Worship Mr, Walwyr

and listening to the radio. At the sides of the room four "4 pi ae ee iby he
new types of speakers were on display. The new console jiner ve Grasse. H Dr
models, built locally, were in dark, medium and light col- n the b Coo
ours a ‘ bank Lid » fo I !
The Elite speakers were in played Lister diesel engines and tu roj
cream, brown and black plastic, lighting plant There were also © ‘ is’ I majo
These were imported. Beresford electric pumps on show. develope | ed fo
Esso Products, as advertised by "The Barbados Automobile Asso- a if onth
their agents Messrs. R. M. Jones, ciation’s booth attracted a great e t Advocate shi
won second prize. This booth ad- deal of attention. They had many af } rival that e had
vertised a variety of Esso motor queries and were always ready y¢ er 1 € 1
oils and at the same time displayed with courteous answers Staffordshire vher¢ if
a lubrication guide which instruct- Semastic decorative floor tiles, , . ; ive ;
ed readers to which parts of an produced by Sem x Ltd., a Dun- ,, 1¢ f '
engine oil should be supplied. lop Company, were advertised in , B ‘ if
Another attractive stall was another booth. A variety of tiles ‘ ait . : TiaT
Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Ltd's were built into the counter. M1 P : ‘ r a
which advertised a variety of Norman Hunte was in charge of ee i :
radios and Sunbeam articles. the booth and explained both qual- , He ¢
The booth of Messrs. C. F. Har- ity and price to patron facture! were ext
rison displayed the Lucas battery There were manye otherattrag teous in placi at Linposak
service. The crowd were attracted tive bouths in the Park and the almost every f 1e indu
by different motor horns on the various refreshment stalls did a try and he was given 1} Pp] -
counter. People were allowed to big trade last night when the tunity to investigate the n
sound the horns crowd yelled to almost double and variou ubsidi h
On the lawn near the Park the first night’s attendance arose therefro:
House, where last year a merry-
go-round spinned to the tunes of Despite the inkindne of t
steel band music, was agricultural | 2 I } climate } su
equipment exhibited by Electric Three Hospital . { co t year } aid th
Sales id Service Ltd . ’ he did extreme eat amou
A Caterpillar tractor, which i Domestics Return aa dead ; ' aa: “i that
25 years old, the first to arrive in K { . 4
Barbados, was on display along Three Barbadian who had ,) 2 ; ; La us ;

with the new Caterpillar D-6



been working in England as Do- “a. , B
tractor mestics at various hospitals, re-

There were also B.E.M. com- turned home yesterday morn ng l eet A ,
pressors, a cane cart and a wheel fy the S.S. De Grasse after | natu Hi
type tractor among the other agri- ing completed their three-year Jar wo
cultural equipment on display contract egir tel I

The Courtesy Garage’s booth, Those returning are: Enid Trot- °rTy f t t
aupia was eee near the Lake, man of Mi idleton St. George ! t rtly
displayed Massey-Harris wheel y, I tate 40 . et . ° .
tractors and other equipment by hog tras on : . olan ey At Colonial Office
the same company My Lows Hill Pat rk

Also on display were sprayers; Pere, ; Du sie
crawler and wheel tractors and They said that they worked paid ) i
trailers of every description. Manchester Royal Infirmary; where a '

Among the booths which at- Frenchay Hospital, Bristol “and ‘at spe Bet a Se ates A
tracted the crowd was that run Royal United in Bath. During Servic ' aoe an
ky the Public Library. This booth the first year they had no com- Report of ch
was situated on the stage on the plaints as everything rked 1 : eae eas i
bottom storey of Queen’s Park smoothly, but when they were Association
House, transferred to the south they ex- ine co of n n I

This year was the Library’ perienced some hardships is extremel gh it i
first attempt at running a boot! Their st ic » in the pane ' ae
Miss Betty, Griffith, w ho w ea. mere, Whe tn Os A ‘

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charge of the booth, encouraged ship was delayed and they had 2@ve ad p i !
members of the public to borrow to pay £2. 10. a week for their ‘ ting neu variou oa
books from the Library, rooms which were not c ;-. centre ind obser

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which. indicated the various types amenities which exi ted at their ties under ii ri tri
of books in the Adult Section and quarters at the us hospitals “Ersential ) dit p
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taste iu they did not regret mak ‘ id yne, I ver

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His Worship Mr. C. L. Wal-

n Police Magistrate of Districi
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Michael 30/- and |
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December 10
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Quintyne
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on behalf of the Bar on the
ment due to t
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PAGE SIX BARPADOS ADVOCATI





PREMIER TALKS ABOUT EMPIRE MONEY

Britain |
Must Became
**Banker’’

By BRETT OLIVER

LONDON.
New Zealand Prime Minis-
ter, Mr. Holland, sat in hi ult
at London’s famous Savoy Hotel
and talked about money—money
that he wants to get his hands
on, And it seemed the last thins
he needs
Looking p r « perous anc
healthy, tanned and seemingh
rworried by the fortnight facing
} Iked ft the lap o
iit thick-carpete<
pocious, wing of the
Savoy which has housed more
millionaires than New Zealand
has ever possessed. It is the Lon-}
don home of film stars, magnates
financiers — and, occasionally,
Prime Ministers



COMMONWEALTH CONFER



| CHRISTMAS
ARRANGEMENTS
FOR COLONIALS:

LONDON,

arrangements for













Christmas

eater for all tastes and include
social and cultural activities

One of the chief social attrac-
tlons will be the student dance in
London. More students than ever
before have applied for invita-
tions. And the organisers plan
to book a hall which will accom-
{modate more than last year’s
record number of 1,600.

They also plan to invite the
Secretaries of State for the Com-
tinonwealth and the Colonies and

| cieties with colonial interests.
And while Mr. Holland ex-} |

pounded about money, the lights |
over a wintry Thames winked in|
at him knowingly through wide)
windows

“Yes, that’s our great need,
he said, Thoughful moment, he
added: “Capital monies.”

Very well, capital monies It
ounded good and sitting there
with “money” all about, it didn’t
reem such a difficult commodity
to acquire, Not so, thought Mr
Holland, only too clearly. }

“New Zealand has ‘approached
its great need for capital monies,”
he said, “at a time when Britain,
who is normally the channel for
obtaining such monies, is having
such a .difficult time balancing
her own accounts, let alone
having a surplus for lending.”

There and then, the spectre of
t h e Commonwealth Economic

Students who wish to take part
tin study courses, stay with
English families, or visit a
different part of the country can
|do so. Fares and part of the
expenses for the study courses
are covered by the Colonial
Office’s fund to which colonial
governments cortribute.



Extent of the Christmas plans

Mrs. Culson, liaison officer for

enjoyable holiday.
7 L.E.S.

PICTURED here with the Secretary of State aro the Colonial Advisors to the Commonwealth Conference. They include Mr. G@, H. Adams, | Si Wied ere Sita
} Member of Executive Committee, Barbados, and Mr. A. Gomes, Minister of Labour, Trinidad (both representing the West Indies), Mr. A. |

Conference which had _ brought} Gilmour, C.M.G., Secretary for Economic Affairs, Singapore (representing Federation of Malaya, North Borneo, Sarawak and Singapore),
the Prime Minister to London.; mr, H. L. Jones, Assistant Secretary (Economic), Northern Rhodesia, Mr. W. Padley, Secretary to the Treasury, Kenya, Mr. R. de 8. Staple- |
intruded like a draught off the} don, Economic Secretary, East Africa High Commission (representing Tanganyika, Uganda, and Zanzibar) and Mr, K. C. Tours, Permanent
rainy streets and the interview! gecretary, Ministry of Finance, Gold Coast (representing Gold Coast and Nigeria).
settled into a succession of un-- ~— ioe spe fal

















gompromising realities ‘then get some of the capital provide her finance for require- land are wondering the same to his settee He looked as if he
Providing Capital i monies Mr, Holland was refer- ments of trade and development thing, There is a feeling among haa hardly left his workplace|

“Tt is true that if the question ring to, of resources. If ‘she hasn't the Commonwealth countries in need that day. |
of providing capital was to be Money for what Railway ex money he * ill abandon her o capital investm nt that the Bat he chatted for a_ while “
decided on the basis of credit tensions for one thing,” he said. place as benker noney likely to be poured into longer about other things WONDERFUL
worthiness, no country would “Hydro - electricity development And then he spoke of a tbh- the Gold Coast could bs better Migration We ar going to
have a higher priority than New Local body requirements for re- ject, still very much concerned spent in other places continue with our migration policy | ”
Zealand ticulation. Forestry.” with money, which has doubt- It obvious enough from but along restricted lines Wel TRIP

7 What about some for establish- less been fretting the mind f what Mr, Holland said that he want to be sure there is always}

“But it can be well ‘understood ing export industries besides those every Commonwealth country is thinking al the same lines. employment for immigrants at} That's how thousands of
that Britain can’t consider the of meat, butter and cheese” financier The Briti Government, and useful jobs and that their pres- | jenced travelers de-
needs of one country in isolation “No, I don’t think there Wi I’ ell aware of the nadiar British aluminium ences doesn’t mean unemploy- | scribe their flights
and, quite naturally, if something much scope for expansion i Hortage of money for overse ompaniec are concerned in the ment for our own people.” | 9
is done for one, then all the others manufacturing lines, Any tudy investment, I’ve-been encourag®d Gold Coast project. The idea is His trip over Fourteen hours WIA
will gtake their claims and the we make on the development of by th: announcement that £200 to build up hyaro-clecJic power in ir to get practically
aggregate would be far beyond secondary export industries must million will probably be spent so that colossal deposits of baux- nowhere was not much fun,” h®
the reach of Britain.’ be coincidental with an assess- on developing the aluminiu I e can be turned aluminium said, referring to the turn-back

ment of the buying attitude of d y on the Gold Coast m the spot, Productior tarting of his plane over the Atlantic

Which was assuming, in the other countries.” “But because of what has hap- about 1960, the iy, would reach His trip home. “Through Amer-
first place, that Britain might Hypothetical talk? pened in Persia nd the exist- 210,000 tons annually in 20 years. ica yes Jut nothing’ has been
have a few spare pounds lying But Mr, Holland as sure of ing problems in Kenya, South All this talk nd thought about arranged ibout a meeting § in
around, That is the trouble. one thing. Leaning forward off Africa, Tunisia, and Morocco, I money must be a strain for every Washington, No, I don’t think T’'ll



Everyone says she hasn't Not the cushions, his eyes sharp be- don’t think that can be described on» of the Empire men 1o have be seeing Ike

at the moment, anyway. Perhaps, hind his horn-rimmed spectacles, as the most favourable of invest- come to Lonaon, And Mr, Holland “And now, I must ha a bite
say the economists if decisions he said: “It is my view that if ments. In view of these develop- w having h fair share of it. of supper,” he said, re ing his
taken at the conference work out Britain is to recovet her former ments, those conn®cted with the All dav long. he had been thrash- glasses and laying down his pen. |
successfully, Britain might again sphere of power and inflttence in Gold Coast proposals must be ing out conference-eve prepara- All that was left to do was to
be in a position to resume her the world, she must also agzin very sure of their ground before tions with New Zealand Treasury walk down and out of the Savoy |
role as banker for the Common- perform the functions of banker making such an _ investment idvisers, The work lay about the and along the roaring Strand—
wealth. And New Zealand might for the sterling area. She must. Other people besides Mr. Hol- suite, spilling over a table next thinking of money —j,,8.8.













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LONDON, aoboinets NEW Y

Commonwealth anu Coionial OR iK
countries, with the exception ct . | 3 eos Non-stop service by the luxurious
Canada, are stili a long Way O 4 V \ n | For Buses “El Presidente” or via San Juan by
from having television. Some | popular, money-saving “E| Turista.”
mugtt says“Just as well.” Ali the LONDON
same, it is ‘practically inevitabi< No country in the world can achieve economic advance-| Buses fitted with cocktail ¢ 1b- E U g 3 Fa &



lua. one day ihey will be sprout- P- 7 |
ing TV aertals and tending more aZaks 4 ee ment without constant addition to its stock of industrial} inets and other luxuries are plan-
« <€ , ‘ z ined tor / winane nto, - * :
to become stay-at home coun- equipment. Some, like Britain, are in the happy position of |! 1 for Americans expected for Bogules _cervicn by giant double-
tiles , 1 hd ; ; 7 : »_..| the Coronation, decked “Strato” Clippers*—world’s
es. *k oe being able to provide most of the equipment needed for | fastest airliners —to Paris, Rome
That day has been brought oO urke y tis purpose from their own resources. Others, howeve Travel agencies are getting) Enjoy stopovers in England, Ire-
much nearer by recent British ¢ | orders from New York saying that land.
advances in the development the tourists are willing to pay well





look to the more industrially developed countries to supply
AWRARA. Turkes ri ¢ t y developed countries to supy











“canned” television programm An epic sixteen year struggle of a large proportion of their development needs. provided they can be sure of first-
These “thdieate - that het transmitters have at last against almost unendurable hard- like Canada, Australia and India united . . - and so the list might Fif } A I
, iy 1s me “apt . . ifty vealthy Americans—the i ities
been set up round the Common- ships has just ended with the ar- Preceed with schemes of capital continue ‘ Pa ease wry P] le} Frequent flights to all main citics
wealth, T-Viewers will mainly vival in Turkey of 200 Kazaks “&vé ment and build up a con- Similarly, there are numerous | Vaneuar ce ue ou ees by swift Convair-type Clippers.
F ; ain i 2 aze : t n the § on Frenc
see film reproductions of pro- {rom Outer Mongolia’s Sinki iderable capacity to produce examp! from other areas; the}! 4 LP nea the eee a pip h
) é ro zee ; consumer: .good méré-dnd. more installation of > « telegtaph | liner Flandre in ay for a tour se
grammes originated in England— Province. ‘ Seater etn Gait hen SiR akay ate ol Nation of a trunk telegraph! «+ Britain before the Coronation For reservations, see your
in. eee the samé way that Their odessy started when Rus- their d ands for imports ar 1d telephone system in Turk Travel Agent or
é ay int é

sian Communists invaded Eastern concentrated in capital equip- the construction of Saudi Arabia’s They have asked for coaches to


















BBC sound features are now re- Mongolia in 1936 Then 18,000 ment. And this tendency has been first public (urban) © electrici be ready for them t moment
corded and flown to some arenas Kazaks living in Northern Sit reflected. steadily in the Un { supply, the provision of mechani-| they rai i They ing t on ample
for re-broadcasting, kiang to the south of Mount Altay, Kin m export figures S$ eal and electrical equipment for room for ‘i g ce fort ne baggage
It has become increasingly fled into Chinese Kansu where the the British Treasury in its month- a large grain handling and| space for two cases each WoRte's
clear as television spreads siow- Chinese authorities allowed them ly Bulletin, for Industry. torage plant in Argentina (the : : mee most Kawa
ly round the worid that the to settle on. the cor ion that I 1938, the broad group of lergest in the Southern hemi-__ It is suggested that if there is }
they delivered up their arms metal engineering produ phere), and so on. fficient space fer baggage, a



problem of its establishment is
not entirely centred on the cost
of building stations. A powertul

Nor does the story end with the }!
rt of capital goods: there are | Pat
» What might be ,called capital

Thirteen thousand tired and formed 37 per cent. of total U.K
dispirited, consented, but the re- eo ports to all marke
maining 5,000 preferred to join 46 per cent of a total roughl



in 1951, exp



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Student Union, has just made a
tour of the Midlands to ensure
that all students there spend an





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y. A travel agency said: —



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1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN ~















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A Challenge Cup, presented by 1” Variety amd Quality of Exhibits, fer ¥

e e e os 3 1 Mr, H. A. Arth for the best Such Vegetables as are grown Th tie a
young Bantam.—R. F. Parkinson. Colly. field under the Local Food Production ;
rice Mock Defence) Control Order, 1943, Ne, 2—
No, 36. A Challenge Cup presented b Pe Walker, Redland - Ze.
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the Barbados Pigeon Clut th 53. A Special Pr of $5.00 pre-
best young Game Bird on show, ted by the Barb Agricult
ontabelle. Mana





Fr, W iral So

clety to the Plantation





er of the
number of







5 From page 5 tables and fish, which, as the we do in order to attract visitors. the high, intermediate and low Stuffed Toys—other than dolls stiles Ne ee ET ty | Pervetual jeg Momectisl Cup. 9 Fariety ond Quality or Behind aee eek
about a week after my arrival in Director of Agriculture ceaseless!y “Barbados, it is true, has cer- rainfall sections respectively. arveans, Cone Pee or Toy (atts Menara, He ane Co agente The Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) for Vegetables as are grown in the Field
’ Barbados two years ago. | could points out, is a “sine qua non” if tain natural advantages, in the “Talking of difficulty of judging, able. for reproduction for sale te for’ “Purina” feeds, for the best “Reg-| {he best young “Trio” (1 male and 2 Yan ie nt ea Nor a bion: :
hardly have had a more instruc- food production in this Island is form of a pleasant climate, an ens I did not envy the task of the tourists) - istered. Milch Goat'on show which has| (sles) Of the Heavy Breeds—J. R. Soo Matvern. Bae Neetite te
tive introduction to.the Island, to be substantially increased. If trancing countryside. sandy judges in the Dog Show, and I nee yon uk sitinens cs Aad coe Teme, Of Hae. C. 8. Mc-| No 38. A Perpetual Challense Cup




presented by Messrs. Provision Dealers
Ltd., representatives of The Quaker Oats
Co., makers of Full-O-Pep Feeds, for No. 54. A Perpetual Challenge Cup
the best pen of Fowls (1 male and 3 presented by the Agricultural Society, to
females} to be exhibited as a pen—J. R_ the exhibitor obtaining the greatest num-

teaches, etc., which less fortunate warmly congratulate the Barbados Catanthes No. 10.
territories in the Caribbean area Kennel Club on the general suc- _ jj ir Edward Cunard. Messrs H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.,
imper- cess and popularity of their sec- ‘as Brasso (a) white and white Agents for “Purina” feeds for the Best

tion. I feel bound, too, to make » ra cate Registered Milch Goat on Show which
a

-and I remember how extremely private enterprise would come fo: -
_ favourably I was irpressed,gas I ward with a reasonable proposi-
made. my way incognito round tion I am quite sure that the Gov- cannot boast of. It is
the Exhibition, by the high stand- ernment would be only too willing tive, however, that Barbados

GARDEN VEGETABLES

A Chall . im ted by
Challenge Cup presen’ Special Prizes



has had more than one litter of kids,





































. oe be a oI | Alleyne, St. Peter. ber of points in the Garden Veget .
¢ - ‘ . as 4 b ir « arden getabl
_ard and variety of the Exhibits. 4, grant any reasonable conces- should not throw away its natural ® sneiae — of the furniture , Sg Sos fever Spd owen — Tore: To| "No. 39. A Challenge Cup, presented by Class.—E. W. Brathwaite. St. Thomas.
> “During the war years I reck- gion nie Hl God given” advantages over its section, which seemed to me to be k - Grtrens. ro : oa ders'| Mr. A. F. Bishop, for the pest young — No, 55. A Special Prize ;
‘ sions which might be asked. aie Sa “ s an absolutely first class advertise- C#ttleyas Brasso Laelia the Barbados Dairy and Stock Breeders’ | >" : oung — No, 55. A Speci ize of a Case of
oned that knew more than a ~ «ws : rivals. The writer of “Nobody's &n y first class advertise- ‘ ; ea | Rabbit on Show.—C, A. Gréenidge, St Silver Forks presented by Sir Alfred
The steadil deteriorating },; boy : Ist—L. H. Nicholls. Association——-H. Taitt, Bank Hall 4 rks Dp Alfred
little about the planting of sweet .. a y aes Diary” in the “Advocate” the ment for the Island, of the photo- Catteyas Lae No, 11, A Challenge Cup, presented by | Thomas Savage, K.C.M.G.. to the exhibitor ob- ‘“
“4 . tuat the Scotland Area has : : y lia Ke Cup, p ‘sa age,
potatoes, cassava, egg plants and Situa ion in the Sco rea has other day, in one of his (or her?) staphy, which I found fascinating, — 1st—Miss E. B. Cox. the Committee of Management of the a PIGEONS a os greatest number of paints
i okras (which in the Far East bear been giving cause for serious more doleful moods, lamented of Peter Wallbridge who was Goamerae Mybrids Bartades Dairy ans Sey Breeders’ As-| re arn Sree aac ties io ee Garden Veaetable Class.—E. W.
‘the more romantic name ot #arm for a long time now, and that he (I will use the pronoun awarded a special prize in the Gattieyas ‘Species—purpie and variations kid. bred, raised and owned by the ex. | Petual Challenge Cup, presented by The FRUIT
“Ladies’ Fingers”), but I had to large amounts of the taxpayers’ interchangeably) seemed to be Water Colour Section, of the — ist—Mrs. L. H. Nicholls. hibitor-—Eustace Gibbs, Rockley Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) for the best Special Prize
a acknowledge that the best of my Money are spent barrenly on're- alone in caring whether the orchids and other flowers, which Dendrobium Hybrids my No, 12. A Silver Challenge Cup pre- | te@â„¢ of 6 birds of any one colour of No. 56. A Challenge Cup, presented by ~

Clarke, Strath- Barclays Bank (Dominion, Colonial and
Overseas) for the Best Exhibit of Fruit

A Perpetual Challenge Cup pre- to be won 3 times in succession or 4

sented by Mr. Robert Gale to menmibers | OP¢ breed.—G. L. W

of the Barbados Dairy and Stock Breed-|°'¥de. |
0.

—Mrs. L. H, Nicholls,
rebium Phalaenopsis
Ist—Mrs. F. A. Hunte. ers’ Association for the best ram under

efforts would have made a very Pairing roads and bridges in thst beaches of Barbados are spoilt or

are always among the most popu-
oor showing compared with the area. I say “spent barrenly” be- not. I wish to assure him that he

lar features of the Exhibition, of





































4 ie > c 5 a ae _ i the stalls, which I am glad t Dendrobdi teeth.K. D. Webst St. Li sented by The Barbados Pigeon Club times altogether be becoming the
prodigies which were on show at cause as soon as there is another is not alone and that I stand + : & Q see robium Phalaenopsis Schroederia. ‘Wo teeth —K. weer ee 1934, “For the Best Bred Y Utilit roperty of an e 0 Sastle. Cus
the Exhibition. Similarly, in the heavy fall of rain the roads slip, shoulder to shoulder with him in included booths by the Boys’ and pum na atcast Guulenge Cup presented be | Bind. Proveros, Nevy Garden, Plantation ee
Far East we affected to be con- the bridges collapse and the work this matter. The visitor is natur- Girls’ Clubs and the Committee pen robiums—Species : Barbados Dairy and Stock Breeders’ As-| No. 42, A Perpetual Challenge Cup, SUGAR AND MOLASSES

Stemptuous of the cattle and has to be done all over again. But ally disgusted by filth and litter for the Blind, Deaf and Dumb, ist—Mrs, F. A. Hunte. sociation for the best ram two teeth and | Presented by The Barbados Pigeon Club No. 57. A Perpetual Challenge Cup
poultry which we saw in Middle the money is not, of course, ©@ the beaches; he is also offended and of the delightful alcove of {hp Superdiens over KD. Webster, St a PR | ee ae eo iekeane icine reared hy tie Barbecoe’ Suse Pr

’ se, A ; ‘ : . rand a Spec. > . 5 ~Mrs . 4 ssociation for the be exhibit
Eastern countries as we passed wasted in the sense that repairs b¥ Tude behaviour in shops, buses, ‘he Acting Public Librarian, Epidendrums—Epiphycat rar avanted’ to Riembers ct the Bertude: | No. 43, A Challenge Cup, presented by af Yellow Grocery Sugar.—Sandy Lane
through from time to time, but have to be done, if only to keep taxis, or let it be said, in Govern- where I would have liked to “‘Sst-Mrs. P. BL O'Neal Dairy and Stock Breeders' Association | The Barbados Poultry Association for Factor)
i i oa " > ment offices. Let it mot be con. browse longer. Also, of the prize * Oncidiums—(b) Ampliatum for the Best Doe Kid no broad teeth, on | He best young Modena Pigeon en show N 8. A Perpetual Challenge Cup
again I had to admit that I had ng pliaty
e aca the roads open and get the canes | ~ a ‘ of silver forks in’ the G at iene the recdémnfendation of the Judges | be won 3 times in’ succession or 4 presented by Messrs, S. P| Musson, Son
jever seen specimens anywhere put, strued that I am implying that Yo octable Clase which arden pate © Bikes Gite Hockey. “* \times altowether.—Mrs. W. D. Warden, & Co. Ltd, for the best exhibit of Clear
in Asia to compare with those ex- . ‘ bad manners are general. I am Vegetable Class which “was pre= ‘hs: “Mr Neville Connell No. 15. A Special Prize of $5.00 will be! Worthing ‘ Sugar.—W te
hibited at the Barbados show. I _ Soil Erosion : not. But conversations with many -S¢hted by Sir Alfred Savage be- Phalaenopsis Hybrids—(a) white awarded to Members of the Barbados | ,No. #4. A Challenge Cup, presented bs - engé Cup

a ember, too, bei trigued by “Obviously, however, it would visitors have satisfied me that in> fore he left. This was a very typi- | Ist—Miss Olive DeRocha Dairy and Stock Breeders’ Association | The Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) for prese by t Exporters. for

ms remember, ) DEINE OASUSS Yo taal tine : cal gesture on Sir Alfred’ Spathosiottis Hybrids for the Best Bred Ewe -G, A. Marshall, | tte best team of 4 Young Racing Hom- best exhibit of tal. Sugar
arrowroot, sorrel and eddoes, — ish = embark on any aes stonces do occur far too frequent- 8 r Alfred's part. ist—Mrs_F. A. Hunte* St, Thomas |ef, Of ony one clase, except A.0.C-— Andrews Facto

j , Ss schemes of reconstruction in this ly. Wis Spe ; No. 16 s 1 Prize of $5.00 wai|C umphrey, Hastings No. 60. A Perpetual Challenge Cup
wrist had net preyaowaly Ory aren Whdll the test alfvicg has ere Foot And Mouth Disease Sing ate be awarded to Members of the Barbados | No. 44. ta) Challenge Cup, presented presented by the " Agricultural
and also by the (to me) odd look- : e . ee cere reserving Charm “Before I close, I think that I ipttie ‘Collection .. Dairy and. Stock. Breeders” Association |»Y Messrs. L. R. Foster & CG, A. Hum- Society for exhibit of Special Fancy
ing black-bellied sheep, and was been received of how to tackle the “Now I have been talking for jy sht to make a very brief t . rs. H. B. Bannister, for the Best Bred Ram.—K, D. Webster,| Phvey for the best young Racing Homer Molasses —Ciimt Facto
lost in admiration at the exquis- problem of soil erosion. As long ago the past few minutes about tour- . 7 8 NASTY UFOs rere Hy brids—Terete St, Luey on show, to be won three times in sue- No, 61. A Perpetual Challenge. Cup,
itel , : “April tt * ~~ viuignie ty a ence to the outbreak of Foot and t—Mrs. L. H. Nicholls No. 17, A Challenge Cup presented by | cession or four times altogether.--C. A. presented by the Barbados Agricultural
itely beautiful array of flowers, as pril, on the strong recom- ists or visitors, but the charm of youth Disease that has recently 7 ete . Mr. Robert Gale to the members of the | Humphrey, Hastings. Society for best Exhibit of Fancy Mi
and succulent preserved fruits mendation of the Scotland Area Barbados is worth preserving, not occurred in Martini t—Mrs. H. B. Bannister Barbados Dairy and Stock Breeders’ As-| No. 45. Challenge Cup, presented by lasses. Belle Factory E
hnd jellies. Last but not least. I Conservation Board, which was set 0M their account alone, but on its caught hold ae tae pw A.O.V. not specified , sociation for the Best Ewe under two Beek eit’ ne *¥ oa jens - the ‘ BUTTER

a as . = ae - ian os ace arhado ac ¢ ber bamny > teeth G A M. hall, St s. o your ienas, © one Sp tal Pri

}came away feeling that the Agri- up by Government to get to grips = ,account. Barbados has a wipe out our cattle and our sheep, 3 atten ee ne, No t8.A Challenae Gus panama: yy { colour, to be won three times in suc- No. 62, A Silver Challenge Plate.~pre-
cultural Society deserved to be with the problem, enquiries were beautiful natural heritage. Why our goats and our pigs. The Gov. .§st—Mr. P. B. O'Neal Mr. Clarence O'Neale to the members| cession or four times altogether.—W. D. sented by the Canadian Bank of Com
ommended for the very attrac- made about the possibility = wreck | it? Good manners cost ernment is taking reasonable but % specimens, all different of the same ©! the Barbados Dairy and Stock Breed Warden, Worthing merce will be awarded to the exhibitor

a ‘ ‘ z - s ake . > , soc r | e No. 46. A Challenge Cup, presented by winning the first prize ir . »
ive form of its prize list. securing the services of an expert nothing and make the life.of a vigorous steps to prevent the in- 3.f°"¢r ers’ Association for the Best Registered ec winning the first pri 1 thé Butter





7 ae : i ry . appier ; ; : F. A. Hunte Locally Bred Buck not exceeding 1 year.| The Barbados Pigeon Club (1994) for the competition. This Plate must he. won
Third Exhibiti soil conservationist to advise us Fag pe so very much happier. troduction of the disease into the FIELD VEGETABLES Eustace Gibbs, Rockley best young Tippler Pigeon on show to three times in succession or four tines
1 xhibition what to do. o why not cultivate them? Coron- Island, and has plans well ad- Byeadfruit—o only No. 19, A Challenge Cup presented by] be won three times in succession or four altogether before becoming the “property
“All that took place two years ps - ‘ ».,. ation year is on the thresh old. yanced if aati > —Walter Carrington. Messrs, Cole's Printery, to the members| times altogether,-C, D, Marshall, Hinds- of an exhibitor,—Mrs, A, H, C. Campbell,
I share the general disappoint- vanced if, despite these measures, | bury St. Th 2
ago and I am now witnessing P ‘- To conclude my remarks on this jt makes an 2 { Corn, Guinea—24 heads pe the Baxveden MONT Ot Ben tne Ne dt: Paaeinh’ Be 1 Challenge — Ped
he third Exhibiti to be held ment at the long delay that has section, I appeal to all those wh akes an appearance here. It — istSpringvale Plantation ers’ Association for the Beat Locally) No. 47. Perkins Memorial Challenge ar
e ibition to be held jcourred, but I still have hopes , I apped a 10se O may well be that the Regulations Cassava, Roasting —25 Ibs, Bred Buck.—C, S. McKengie, Bay Strect.| Cup: Perpetual Challenge Cup pre 5 SPECIAL PRIZES
“since I came to Barbados. Before . listen to this speech or read an will prove irksome to some, and Ist—Edgar St. Hill No. 20. A Challenge Cup, presented by | sented by the Serene eae Mec No, 63. A_ Ferpetual Challenge Cup,
cally 4

comment on the Exhibition it- that Dr. Bennett, the recently re- account of it in the Press, to do Cassava, Poisonous—25 tbs. Messrs, Louis L. Bayley, for the Best| tion for the | best Youn# won by. Lady Robertson, re-presented

I have already received a com-



; ; : : eres *. a Goat exhibited in the Peasants Class. | Runt on show.—R. E, D, Edwards, Hast- by her, for the best exhibit of useft
elf I should like to take the op- mass Head of the United States their bit to make Barbados a more plaint on this account, The com= Edavee Cnrgnt dlantation. Dudief Gibbs, Hindsbury Road, | ings and ornamental plants—-Won by Govern.
ortunity. of making a few gen- Soil Conservation Service, who is, beautiful and happier place to live plainant got no sympathy from No. 21. A Challenge Cup presented by| No. 48. A_ Perpetual Challenge Cup ment House

ral remarks, Last week, the I believe, generally acknowledged in throughout Coronation year by
overnment’s Five Year Plan of to have a world-wide reputation seeing to it that their houses or
Development and Taxation re- as an expert on the subject, will spots are kept spotless, neat and
eived the approval of the Legis- find it possible to visit the Island bright and by planting flowers or

the Humphrey's Medicine Co. Inc., New | presented by Mr, G. L. W. Clarke for th
York, U.S.A., to members of the Bar-| best team of 6 Young Utility Birds o
bados Dairy and Stock Breeders’ Associ-|@?Y one colour, of one breed.—P, D Nos, 64 and 65
ation ,for the Best Registered Doe, with | Maynard, St. James 810.00 and $5.00
2 broad teeth, bred, raised and owned| No, 49. A Challenge Cup presented byg!by Mesars

me; his inconvenience is paltry CABINET MAKERS’ WORK

compared with what is at stake. gaa Seal T
I sincerely trust that this dread Ist--Redland Fiantation,
disease will be kept out, but, if it Eddoes, Tannia—zo Ibs.



respectively presented

Stokea & Bynoe, Ltd,














“ative Council, having “been within the course of the next few shrubs in their gardens, if they should creep in, the wholeheart- pat fut Hovell | Btn OmRe—Et HR Riaoah, FH | Oe ee tNE Ear whe, ee Cee Baoee ee et ee acme & Cs
“passed by the House of Assembly months. If he does come, I have no abut on the roadside — excellent ed co-operation of every member bay, Bwees, at ate ibe No. 22, A Challenge Cup presented to|Piseon on show, in the Associate Mem- *known “Jaxa"’ Fre ei ae ae
4 les ¢ bei ot already : ver Ist—Malvern Plantation a Pp» oe +m. a’ French Polish, for the
‘@uring the course of last month. doubt that the remedies which he examples are being set already by of the community will be needed Potatoes, Sweet (Caroline Lee)—25 ibs, {he Members of the Barbados Dairy and oN ta) z Challe a Gupe akhse i sett end Boone. Bess: SOviiea Pane
_ “While it was too much to ex- will propose will be drastic and 50° of the residents at Top Rock, to prevent its spread. st—Redland Plantation Stock Breeders’ Association by the Agri-| No. 49. 1 hallenge Cup, presented “OF FURNITURE—Ist Lionel Daritel, and
h h 7 rould t : : at the entrance to the Pine Hous_ “Finally. I i. J Potatoes, (A.0.V.)—25 Ibs cultural Society for the best exhibit in| by Messrs, H, Jason Jones & Co. Ltd, fiugh Walcott
t that the Plan wou meet may interfere with private rights i E sous inally, I should like sincerely “‘ist—Rath Bovell , the Goat Section.M, Taitt, Bank Hall, | local Agents for Ralston Purina Feeds, PICTORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
‘with enthusiastic approval of and property. I sincerely hops ng Estate and along the Castle and whole-heartedly to congratu- Potatoes. English—5 Ibs. No. 23, A Challenge Cup presented by| for the best Adult Fancy Piseon on SPECIAL PRIZE
ery particular item and it is the that for thelr own selvation and GTant Toad—and by setting per- late the President of the Barbados 2nd. Sargeant, eens, Meare, Se, ae ces. ae hee eta aieeae cambiar Warees Ye ors See
i i y onal e s é j . ni . um 4 e ¢ > 5% o c € +P ntec dy r N Gitte for
siest thing in the world - the common good, the owners of manne ae f - L oreriiy General Agricultural Society, Mr. iste ‘Mrs ithe Chanute be competed for by both members and | Worthing the best photograph exhibited—Albert
int out “sins of commission and jong in the Scotland A AN be penners and cacerT eoodwill. F. E. C. Bethell—a prominent Ex- tron Red Rumpkin—% only non-members of the Barbados Dairy and| No. 49. (b) A Challenge Cup, presented Hughes, Navy Gardens
ission”, I am glad to notice prepa ‘winery t rea tidy 21 om sure that the Queen would hibitor himself and also Mr. — ist-—Batta\iys Plantation Stock Breeders’ Association, 1.e., open to] bY Messrs. H. Jayon Jones & Co. Ltd ss
actically red willi y to make any wish fo finer tribute. ; ‘ . : all exhibitors in the Sheep Class.-G, A, | loca gents for Ralston Purina Feeds, nor
at there has been practically no ~) wrtmces that y Bilnmats ep osreehy FOR: ne Snes. Ane ; R. E. King and Mr, Peterkin, and Pumpkins, Any other variety, 3 only = Marshall, St. Thomas for the best Adult Pigeon on show, othe Ste eo oes 7
1 with the declared objec- es that may required «f Now for a few comments on all their , bl i St-—-Edgerton Sargeant. ’ an Fancy ’ . an
rrel wit e declared objec- }) 04, this year's Exhibiti r , é heir many public spirited Yegetabic Marrow—3 only DOGS than Fancy, to be won three times in Thoroughbred, Bred in Barbados
es, as set out in paragraph 5 “OCI this year’s Exhibition itself and I helpers, whether formally listed — ist—Rediand Plantation Special Brises succeamion of. cous. tines. -altogetner Class 1. Foalod in 1961.
@@ the Plan, to increase the am sure that the news of the shall have done. From my own on the Committee or not — for Yams, Lisbon Bottle Neck—25 Ibs. No. 24, A Challenge Cup, presented by |G. lL. W. Clarke, Strathelyde Ist Mr. K. D. Frost (Horse Warbell)

appointment of a Deputy Director experience of the past two Exhi- Messrs, Alfonso B, de Lima & Co,, Ltd.,| No, 49, (¢) A Challenge Cup, presented 2nd Mr. FL B.C. Be



national income by (a) increased there are many ladies whose help Ist—Hopefield Plantation, nell (Horse Wedding








































acres to 25 acres and renters who

offer reasonable security will
Fy qualify instead of only own-
ers as hitherto.

“It was with the same end in
view, namely increased produc~
tivity, that provision was made in
jthe plan for a pig breeding
scheme, a dairy farm on econo-
mic lines at the Mental Hospital,
f pilot scheme for motor tractors

peasants, and extension _of
ilities for artificial insemin-
on—the exhibits from the Cen-

1 Livestock Station at this

ear’s Exhibition provide an ex-

lent advertisement for this—
under the auspices of the De-
rtment of Agriculture, Much

s been talked for and against

e development of Irrigation,

t a third part of the windfall,
twhich has become available from
sales of Commonwealth sugar to
Canada in the years 1950, 1951
and 1952, in consequence of fav-
Jourable rates of exchange, will be
devoted towards research and ex-
perimental work on irrigation,
provided that a Bill which was

ently introduced into the

ects of Assembly reaches the

tute Book. Elsewhere in the

~ ve Year Plan, provision has

n earmarked for loans for the

Yurchase of irrigation equipment

the event of the experiments
ving successful.

Water Control Act
“1 hope, too, that it will not be
ing now before the Underground
e: Control Act, which was
sed towards the end of last

r, will be ready to be brougnt
Amto operation. The Plan includes

ong schemes under investiga-

, the long mooted and ex-
ustively discussed Central Milk

pot and Creamery and a

rketing Organisation for Vege-

les and Fish. As regards the
tral Milk Depot, I have been

id several times during the last
day or two that unless the Gov-
ernment quickly modifies its pres-
ent policy regarding animal
food, there will soon not be any
dairy industry left, and 1 have re-
ceived written representations on
the subject from the Barbados
Dairy and Stock Breeders’ As*o-
ciation. I regret that I am not im
a position today to make any pos-
itive statement, but I am examin-

the matter and will do my best

t to let the grass grow under my

t.

Meanwhile, the removal of the
preferential customs duty on ani~
mal feeding stuffs ought to afford
some relief as regards price. To
$evert to the Central Milk Depot,
I know that Sir Alfred Savage
avas bitterly disappointed when
ast year’s proposals for Govern~
Ment participation on a fifty-fifty
“basis fell through, and, speaking
.: myself, it does seem to me es-
Sentially a matter in which Gov-
ernment should not be expected fo
put up every single penny of the
cost and should not he expected to
manage the proiect entirely by
itself. A project like this will sure-
ly have a much better prospect of
Buccess if dairv producers comm
themselves to the extent of in
nz money in it. In for a penny
for a vound. Similarly
I sneak for mvself, it
a pity that priv
Mot come forw ra ¢ on hen kr

marketing org





entern Ad







rates in the Caribbean area, let
alone elsewhere, that it simply was
not possible to obtain the services
of an officer of the required cali-

bre.
Post Filled

“The improvement of the con-
ditions of service in June gave the
Administration a chance, which it
never had before, of filling the
post adequately, although even
then the Secretary of State gave a
warning that he would not find it
easy, on the revised conditions, to
secure the services of an officer
of the type required. I was ac-
cordingly relieved to learn that an
officer, at present serving in
Nyasaland, to whom the Secretary
of State had offered the appoint-
ment, had accepted and would be
coming here early in the New
Year. At this stage, I should like
lo pay a tribute to the loyalty and
conscientiousness of the Director
of Agriculture, who has carried
on bravely without a Deputy for
over three years. With the com-
ing of the Deputy, the Department
of Agriculture ought to be able to
launch out in many directions, not-
ably that of Agricultural Extension
Work, which it has been com-
pelled to “soft-pedal” through
lack of adequate direction,

“Although the outer cover of
the Prize List refers to the Agri-
cultural Exhibition, page 3 shows
that it is really an “Agricultural
and industrial Exhibition” and
later sections, with their refer-
ences to such diverse items as en-
gine fitters’ work, photography,
and needlecraft, prove beyond all
doubt that the Exhibition is by no
means confined to Agriculture
alone. I propose to take advan-
tage of this Industrial loophole to
touch on the two items in the
Five Year Plan under which sums
of $1,000,000 and $50,000 respec-
tively have been earmarked for
a Barbados Development Board,
to encourage and promote the de-
velopment of industries in the
Island, and for Minor Handicrafts,
on which a representative Com-
mittee has recently put up a most
interesting report which is now
being printed and which I com-
mend to members of the public
who are interested in the subject.
It may be said that these projects
are airy and nebulous; I hope
that those who speak at this func-
tion in later years will be able to
point back to this day and say
that it saw the beginning of better
things to come.

Tourism

“T should also like to say a word
or two on Tourism. As the leader
writer in the daily newspaper
points out, again and again, with
importunate insistence and un-
diminished faith. Tourism is the
Island’s most important industry
after Agriculture. It is both an
excellent dollar-earmer and a
cross-fertiliser of the economy of
the Island, and everything possi-
ble should be done to encourage
its growth. There is no gainsay-
ing the fact’ that contented visi-
tors (I prefer the word to tour-
ists) not only are prone to come
back again, but suggest to their
friends that they should come too.
The converse is true, of course, of
the dissatisfied visitor who not
only will not dream of coming
here again himself, but dissuades
others from doing so. Now the
competition in the tourists world
is very keen and other territories
spend much more money and
make more intensive efforts than



nection, the Director is of the
opinion that the standard of sheep
can be greatly improved by
cross-breeding with the recently
introduced Wiltshire Horn breed.
Exhibits by peasant proprietors in
the Sugar Cane Section were few
in number and did not strike me,
a layman, as being very good and
my opinion has been confirmed by
persons better qualified to judge.
The recent heavy rains, too, un-
doubtedly affected the standard in
some parts of the Horticultural
Section, notably the potted plants.
So much for the debit side. On
the credit side there were so many
outstanding exhibits in the various
sections that it is difficult, as well
as invidious, to single out any for
particular praise.

Livestock

“In the Livestock Section the
improved standard in the poultry
and pigeon sections was most
gratifying, and the goats were up
to last year’s standard, It is good
to see the increasing interest
being taken by peasants in the
Poultry Section, and I hope that
it will be kept up in the years to
come. When it comes to Sugar
Cane, it seems to have become a
hardy annual to congratulate
Turner Hall Plantation for again
winning the Challenge Cup pre-
sented to the plantation obtain-
ing the greatest number of points
in the sugar cane class, with
Mount Pleasant again deserving
special mention for its stool of
B.37161. So, too, does Frizerg
for its stool of the new variety
B.4744. In regard to vegetables,
again former winners have held
off challenges from all quarters,
Mr. E. H. Brathwaite of Welch-
man Hall having won the Per-
petual Challenge Cup for garden
vegetables for, I think, the fourth
year in a row, and Holy Innocents
Boys’ School winning the School
Garden’s competition for the sixth
successive year, I intend to visit
this School and congratulate the
staff and boys personally as soon
as I can.

“In passing, I am glad to see
that St. Luke’s Girls’ School won
third place in this competition—
it is good to see that girls are be-
coming keen on gardening and
are holding their own with the
boys. In the Peasants’ Vegetable
Gardens. the news that the out-
standing garden belonged to Mr.
Sam Marshall of Eckstein’s Vil-
lage, St. Michael, will cause no
surprise, and the second prize has
been taken by the indefatigable
Mr. EF. W. Brathwaite of Welch-
man*Hall, St. Thomas who de-
serves great credit for adapting
an unsuitable site and making it
into a first class vegetable garden.
Both of these gentlemen are set-
ting excellent examples to the rest
of the community, and I propose
to drop in on them myself in the
fairly near future and see their
efforts for myself.

Record Entries

“T am glad to note that there
was a record number of entries
for the Peasant holdings and that
the general standard was higher
than in previous years. Among
the entries were many well-bal-
anced holdings run on sound mix-
ed farming lines, and I am told
that the task of adjudicating was
by no means easy. All credtt to
Mr. M. A. Wilkinson, of Prerog-
ative, St. George, Mr. L. Bell of
Salters, St. Gex ind Mr. John
Brat Hall, St
Lucy, who won the first prizes in





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Section—!2 Carnation, Single Specimen.
Ist.—Mrs. W. Grannt Garden Gap.
2nd—Miss E, Jones, Jackson House,



Section—1I4 Chrysanthemums, Single
Specimen
ist—Government House, St. Miche



2nd—Government House; and Mrs.
Hutson, Government Hill, St. Michael
Section—1I8 Geranium, Single Specimen.
Ist—-Government House, St. Michael,
2nd-—-Lady Hutson, Pine Hill
Section—0 Rose, A.O.V. Single Speol-
men
2nd—Mrs. K.
dens, Hastings
CATTLE PURE HOLSTEIN
DIVISION 1, CLASS 1
2 Heifers, 2 years and under 4 years
~—2nd—J. W. Smith, 3rd—J. W, Smfth.
5a Bull, 1 year and under 2 years
2nd— J. W. Smith of Redcot.
Ist C. W. Springer of Black Rock
6 Bull, 2 years and under 4 years—~
7 Bull, 4 years and under 10 ¥
Ist J. W. Smitn.



Feldman, Marine Gar-



CLASS 2—PURE JERSEYS
lb Heifers, 1 year and under 2 years
-Ist—-Dr. Charles Manning, 2nd Dr
iCharles Manning.
Ist—Dr

4 Cow, as per

CLASS 5 — GRADE HOLSTEINS
Ja Heifers, over 6 months and under
year—Ist—C, W. Springer of Black
Rock

lb Heifers, 1 year and under 2 years
ist—F. L. C. Bethell (2) Bulkeley Ltd.,
3rd—Bulkeley Ltd.

? He fers, 2 years and under 4 years
~V. W. Clafe (2) Bulkeley Ltd.

3% Cow, a» per Ruie 10 —Ist E. C.
Hill

4 Cow, as per
Smith.

CLAS{; 6 — GRADE JERSEYS

la Heifers, over 6 months and under
1 year—lst—Bulkley Ltd,, St. George.
4 Cow, as per Rule 1l—-Ist, J, W.
Smith

CLASS 7 — GRADE GUERNSEYS

la Heifers, over 6 months and under
1 year—ist—F. L. C. Bethel, 2nd—
F. L. C. Bethel.

Ib Heifers, 1 year and under 2 years

Ind Bulkeley Ltd., 2nd Bulkeley, 3rd
Bulkeley

2 Heifers, 2 years and under 4 years
Ist. Bulkeley Ltd., 2nd Bulkeley, 3rd

Dayrells.

3 Cow, as per Rule 10-Ist
Ltd.

4 Cow, as per Rule
Springer of Black Rock
CATTLE—DIV, 1. CLASS 4
GRADE AYESHIRES
Ja Heffers, over 6 months and under

1 year—lst Luther King
2 Heifers, 2 years and under 4 years
—Ist EB. C. Hill, C. Davies
4 Cow, C. W. Springer
CLASS §— GRADED STOCK
OF ANY BREED
Heifer, 2 teeth and over
—8nd T. D Goddard
CLASS !1OPEN TO PEASANTS _
ONLY
2 Heifer, not having more than two
teeth, suitab’e for breeding milch cattle
—Ist—Theibert Young
CLAS + 16—GRADE BULLS
Grade Daity Bull under 1 year
—Ist—C. W. Springer, 2nd gE. c. Hil
Best Grade Dairy Bull under 2 years



Rule 11

Charles Manning

Rule 11—Ist. J. W.



Bulkeley
1i—ist. C. W

(Beef type)



—Ist Dirrells Dairy, 2nd—C. Springer
Best Grade Dairy Bull 2 years and
under 4 yé@rs—ist—J. L. Challenor, St.
James

ROSES

Hybrid Teas
Section “% (a)—Sinele Specimen
Ist—Uneda Flower Shop, 2nd
Flowere Shop
(b)—Three Specimens all different

Uneda

lst-—F. A. Marshall, 2nd—Mrs, K, Feld-
man

(e)—Collection

Ist—Mr Frank Ward, ‘2nd-—-F A
Marshall

Section 4 (a)+Radiance (Hybrid Teas)

Single Specimen
Ist-—-Mrs, K. Feidman,

Wilkinson
(b)—2nd Miss J, Wilkinson
{c}—2nd Miss J. Wilkinson

Section 5 (a)—Teas
lst and 2nd—Uneda Flower: Shop

Section 6 (a)—Polyanthas
ist--Preseod O'Neal.

Section 7 (a)—Hybrid Polyanthas
Ist—Uneda Flower Shop (Aquatic Club)
(b)—~Ist-—Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, 2nd

Mrs. B. Conduit

ARTS AND HANDICRAFTS
Class 5 Models and Toys

Architectural Model—toe scale
ist—Denis Mascoll

Seale Model—mainly in wood
Ist—Rawie E. King

Working model or toy
Ist—Bay Street Boys

Wooded Toy—not otherwise specified
let—Michael Hinds.

2nd—Mr J

Dolls
ist—St



rick’s Schoal



MISCELLANEOUS WORK CLASB 4

Work in twine, comprising Ham-
mocks, Horse, Fish, Tennis or Cr:cket
nets—Ist--St, Martin's Boys’

Work in Thread (Fish Nets) Ist
Christ Chureh Boys’

(a) Sisal Grass or fibre (rope) —1st—
Government Industrial School
(b) Sisal Grass or fibre

Boscobel Boys’
(c} Shoes or bags in Sisal
ernment Industrial Sehool
Two Market Baskets—lst Government
industrial Sehool

(mats) —Ist

Ist, Gov-

Three Agricultural Baske " No. 33, A Challenge Cup presented by
ley Good.ng , ete—Ist Dud- ine late Mr. H. A, Arthur the best

Two Megasse Baskets Ist—Dudley pullet of the Heavy Breeds-J. R
Gooding, One Fancy Basket—ist Gov- leyne, St Peter

ernment Industrial School

Hatr Brooms or Brushes—-lst--St
Philip Boys’ School

Hat made from locally grown
tial.—Ist—-Government Industrial School. |
Garden Ornaments in Local Stone—
Ist Arthur Phillips
Red Clay Domestic Articles (Ungiazed)
(a) 2 Flower Pots Ist--A. Devonish
(b) 2 Guglets—lst. A, Devonish

(tc) 2 Monkeys—Ist--A. Devonish

(d) 3 Bowls (Assorted Sizes Glazed
inside) —Ist--A. Devonish

mate-







te) 3 Wash Pans (Assorted Sizes,
Glazed inside) 1s Goodman

Shell Work—Ist-¥ BE. Went

Wood Carving—Ist—Alexander Bap-
tiste

Inkiiy Work-—-Ist--Cave Shepherd Co

CLASS 4 LEATHER
Saddlers Work—Ist—A,. Rollock.
(a) Gentlemen's Boots or Shoes—l1st
G. Jones
(b) Ladies’ Boots or Shoes—L. Holder.

Leather Manufactured Locally A
T.ollock
Large Local or others—Ist—Govern-

ment Industrial School

Small, Fancy Locai or other—Ist— L
Holder.

BREAD AND CONFECTIONERY

Bread+Plain (or salt) manufactured
for sale; 6 loaves, standard size, retail-
ng at Bc., 10 mdi 12c, two each—Iist
~—J. & BR. Bakeries, 2nd Herbert's Bak-
ery aie) 8]

Butter Bread, 2 loaves retailing at 12c,
—Ilet—Purity Bakery, 2nd—J, & RK.
Bakeries

Plain Sweet Bread, manufactured for
sale, 3 loaves, standard size, retailing at
10c.—Ist—J, & KR. Bakeries, Purity Bak



ery
Machine Sweet Bread, 4 loaves, stand-
ard size, retailing at 10c. and 4c. 2 eacr
Ist—Purity Bake and Ince & Co,
Fancy Sweet Bread, 4 loaves, stand-
erd ze, retailing at 10c, and Ic. 2 eack
let & 2nd Purity Bakery
Home made fancy sweet bread, 2 loaves
Ist-John Osbourne, 2nd—W. Grimes
Whole-wheat meal Bread, manufacturee
for sale; 3 loaves, standard size—Ist—
J. & PF. Baker.es, 2nd Purity Bakery.
Clarke
Christmas or Wedding Cake, iced —-1st
Cassava Bread—12 cakes—ist—Dalsy
Mrs. Williams, 2nd J. & R. Bakeries
Fruit Cake (not leed)—Ist—Mrs. T. F
Harris, 2nd St. Patrick's School.
Mixed Cakes —24—Ist-—J, & R
jes, 2nd—Mrs. Williams










Baker

Fancy Biscuits—1 1)—Ist Mrs. Richard- |
con; 2nd—J. &. KR. Bakeries
BUTTER
Ist & 2nd, Mrs. Campbell, |
CATTLE |
Special Prizes |
No. 1. A Perpetual Challenge Cup

presented by the Royal Bank of Canada,
for the Best Animal under three years
of age, born on the Island of Barbados
the proger of a Pure Bred Sire—V. W

Clarke, St. Michael
No. 2 A Perpetual Challenge Cup, pre-
ented by Me tens, Croney & Co., |
for the best Cow in the Dairy |
|



red by a Pure Bred Bull—Hiul's Dairy,
Fontabelle
No, 3. A Perpetual Challenge Cup, won
by Mr. W. A. Yearwood, now presented
by him for the best animal under 1 year,
born in Barbados, and the progeny of a
pure bred Sire—C. W. Springer, Black |
Rock
No. 4. A Perpetua? Challenge Cup, pre-
“d by the Humphreys’ Homeo Med. |
Co., of New York, will be awarded
e@ exhibitor of the best Milch Cow in
the show (bred in Barbados)—Hill's
Dairy.

No.5. A Perpetual Challenge Cup, pre-
ented by Hon. J. D, Chandler for the
best Bull in the Show—J. E. Challenor,
t. James.

No. 6. A Special Prize of $5.00 will be
warded to Members of Barbados
Dairy and Stock Breeder: Association
for the Best Heifer with no broad teeth,

the recommendation of the Judges
Dr. Chas. Manning, Eagle Hall
SWINE

No. #. A Special Prize of $5.00 will be
warded to Members of the Barbados
L and Stock Breeder

r the Best Sow o
two years, on the r

Judges.







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Arthur for the best
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and owned by the exhibitor

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ductivity of the soil and plants = ee in the Department bitions, and, after consulting peo- was indispensable and who should tee Castlemaine Pe . Yeldman, the best young Pigeon other than Fancy, Ctass '&. Fqaled in 1950
) improved human productivity, ? ience and Agriculture has ple who have attended regularly not be overlooked—on putting on Yams, Horn—25 Ibsen 25. A Challenge Cup, presented by] in Associate Class. Won by Mr, Tommy — ist Mr. C. A. Ikoverbs (Horse The
2 wr _ been generally welcomed. Several for many years, I think that I can 4g first class Exhibiti The Ist—-Lodge Plantati Messrs. C, F. Harrison & Co., Ltd, for] Peirce, Navy Gardens Great Federick) 2nd Mr. C. A. Prov-
) creation of new fields of em * 4 ; a first class Exhibition. hey de- 0 antation, he Best D sano eal t “2 SUGAR CANE
; f th months ago the District Agricul- safely say thatin general the serve well of the Island Yams, Crop—25 Ibs. the Best Dog in the Show.—Mrs, C. G . ; NE erbs (Illusion)
yment. It now remains for e t 1s : ‘ ; doom . * ae tad § Stand, ist—Malve PL Manning No. 50, A Challenge Cup, won by Mt. Class % Half Bred, Bred in Barbados,
vernment to implement those ural Stations were being criti- standard of the Exhibition has Mines ier] fe in No. 26 (a), A Challenge Cup, presented] Wilton Plantation” now presented — by Foaled In 1951
jectives, and I shall do my best cised in my presence, and I point- been well maintained this year. PRIZE LIST (continued) Ist--Malvern Plantation by the Advocate Co. Ltd., for the Best] them for the best exhibit of sugar Cane Ist—-Mr. R. E. Gill, 8nd Mr..J. WN.
ensure shat they. are pursued ed out that it was the Deputy Di- First and foremost on the debit Yams Hunt—25 tbs ; Bitch in the Show Mrs. B. Goddard. ~Turner Hall Plantation ; Goddard
. Fe : rector of Agriculture who was side are the catfle exhibits which lst—Fisher Pond Plantation No. 26 (b), A Challenge Cup, presented a, PleLD VEGETABLE ‘tase 4. Foaled tn 1050
orously and without delay. dalle - : Section 8 Begonia Stemless, Single FLOUR AND , by The Agricultural Society for the] No. 51. Sliver Plate, 1 ed by the — ist Mr. R. E, Gill
‘e spade work has in some cases specially entrusted with the duty were certainly not up to standard ~ specimen : Farine, Cassava a aon Best Bred Exhibit in the Show.—Mrs. B.| Canadian Bané: of Commerce, to the Class 4 Foaled tn 1950
7 d already. For example of supervising these Stations and a as regards numbers—45 exhibits 1st—Mr. A. DeL. Inniss, Britton’s Hill, | Elsie Davis, Blanche Greenidge Goddard exhibitor obtaining the grea‘est number lst Mr. R. B. Gill
ap ape ae 2 FE rN pag a cates off was hardly to be won- this year as against 77 last year, | St, Michael, (2) Mr. A. Del. Inniss, Plour, Cassava pN®%, 27 1a), A Challenge Cup, presented /of points in the Field Vewe ble Class. Clasy 5. Best Saddied Pony
j ets 7? ; cs ee ritton's Hill, St. Michael, (3) Lady Percive : ‘ y the Barbados Kennel Club for the | Redland antation Ist Miss H. Hawkins, 2nd Mr. K, D
the Peasants’ Loan Bank Act 41) Ay oat Of De — ee to with only one entry in the Peas- itson, Pine ‘Hill, St. Michael UME nti oe Best Imported Exhibit in the Show No. 52, A Special Prize of $10.00 pre- Frost ?
ht, as soon as the additional ,; le post of Deputy Director ant Section—and, so the Director section 9 Begonia Stemless, Three Spect- Blanche Greenidge, Elsie Dav's Mrs, C. G, Manning sented by the Barbados Agricultural So~ Class 6. Best ‘Shddied Horse
1 ‘ é 150 900 we ii od. oS since it became vacant over three of Agriculture informs me, in mens. Flour, Guinea Corn ’ No, 27 (b). A Challenge Cup, presented} ciety to the Manager of the Plantation Ist Miss K Parker (Horse Telephon@
eapital ($150,000) is supplied, years ago. Three years is a mon- quality also. (1) Mr. A. De L. Inniss, Brittons Hil, — Percival Thorpe. Beresforde Thorpe. BY. Messes. Y. de Lima & Co., Ltd. for|daining the greatest number of points Belle), and Mr. J. Marsh (Horse Kitty).
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£ a . coe - ae | SOMPAD 3 » 4740 a
Parfumerie-Fabrik Glockengass¢ ‘ HOUSE—Situated on the beach at| & COMPANY, B oe
ve Ot enuber der Pferdepost von Fero ELECTRICAL St. La ce. Apply to K. R. Hunte | as "i . at e Col and Par-
Muthens, a firm duly organised de }|- = Telephone 8137 4611 That FERDINAND MULHAENS, sole proprictor of Eau de Cologne ¢
the laws of Germany, Manufacturers ¢ TESTERS — High a a ee 19.19 $98 ¢ ariceenaaenseneere oo . fumerie-Fabrik Glockengasse No. 4711 gegenuber der Pferdepost von Ferd. Mulhens,
wvtubae abate be busuacen udivens a "ayak® Y La, Pe tr ee ae S LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE SINCE SHE-CAME TO AMERICA trom Czechoslovakia $1 years ago, Mrs. a firm duly organised under the laws of Germany, Manufact on eee oe
~i ‘ : tabi. r a. 4. - S 7 = , . since as a - 1s s "47 ». , Ge any, has 4 4 o € registra
Colegne, Germany, has applied for the |sultable for Dial The undersigned will offer for sale at | Mary Suchy has dreamed of an education, Now, at the age of 68, she | Business address is "4 tas or temenie "En Soanant. ca) 3 » Cologne, perfumeri¢
of Register in re pect Bau de * oloaha one 10.12 52 6n tome Or wanes, tne awe oe a De. i te sant o : fan, Hi 1 eet ! has finally found time and opportunity and is attending elementary soaps, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions, and dentifrices and will = gag 9
perfumeries, soaps, essential oils, cos cember-at 2 p.m. . el for permission to edi Spi school in Alton. UL Teacher is Mrs Helen Brazier. (International) to register the same after one month from the 10th day “ zean mee —
meties, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and{ ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR -- CROS-| The messuage or dwellinghouse known | MSPA°) & ta board and st shia unless some person shall in the meuntime give notice in duplicate to me at ty
will be entitled to register the same| LE 7,5 ( FT. OF S.A i Ye t as HEMPSTEAD with the land thereto] > witt edroof attached at Bap! office of opposition of such registration re trade I
after, one month from the 10th day ot sn ar ie h ity M anufactu COUR- | belonging, containing 2 acres, 3 roods, 2 1 pposite Da Gap, St. Michael. . e e 9 ww, ons 29th day of November 1952
aomn 952 unless some person shall aS iARAGE. Di ; perches or thereabout, situated at Hinds-| Dated this h day of Decemb 1962 M ~ I ‘ « ated this seth Gay of Novempe oy H. WILLSAMS,
4 wie a oe ov oeee oe 6.12.52—-Gn or Road, Saint Michael To B.-A EOD, Esq L 1Ss aw ms 1es Registrar of Trade Marks.
ne wy oO DS Opposition OF such ey . 1e dwellinghouse contains Verandah Police M te, Dist A.” . 10.12.52—3n
cen on-appl pats C00 PP earns reat, Dae drawing and d:ning rooms, sitting room, D. CUTTING .
seen on-appl-cation at my ‘ hanger j ceiver i 3 bedrooms each wit nning wate Applicant ‘
Dated this 29th day of November 62, }Quentity. P. C. S. Maffe, & Co Garage, servants’ rooms and water” ntl > I f ti “ iy "ps ba lampion t ymkhana
H. WILLIAMS 3.12.52 Inspection any day after 12 noon on| sider Licensing Court to be held
Registrar of Trade Marks application on the premises | t



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Me A Monday :
10.12 ss : COTTLE, CATFORD & CO I be 1952, at From page 1 ist Mr. J Marsh, Mr. V. Davis (Run- ICES
hand General Electr Refrigerator 1.12.52-—-81 an chased t : os ner-up) ‘
about 3 cubic ft.) in good working} —_ Serer Se eed 12.12.59—fa. | CF Seq by women riders with BALLOON RACE (Ladies) :
TAKE NOTICE order. Dial 3625 10.1 3n RETREAT Ls a 7 : _ who attempted to burst the _ Ist Miss A. Hawkins _ os
$$] Hastinas r Bala St eae alloon. Vere Deane carrie , BENDING IN PAGERS (Mixex SSS
REFRIGERATORS — Garadian Frigid | view Motel, containing coved ‘verancat | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE) balloon and after the frst few ist,itiss ©. Parker &'Mr'e. dene.| ROYAL NETHERLANDS
aire, made by General Motors with 5-ltwo public rooms, four bedrooms, bath | “4 - wees ts — " MUSICAL POSTS (Children
year guarantee. Only a limited quantity | etc, "and. kitchen. ‘Very suitable ae | er of nutes cantering, one lady hook- Ist. Mr. M. Evely: STEAMSHIP CO. Yhe M/V “MONEKA will accept
of these machines. Call early at K. R. |conversion into separate apartme and} The application of Frank Springer ®° | ed it from him but did not burst POLE RACE (Gents) Cargo and Passengers for Dom-
HUNTE & CO., LTD g a standing on 1 ) sq. ft. of valuable|Six Road St Pt lip for a ‘ He retrieved it then galloped ist Mr. K. Deane, 2nd Mr. L. Deace, SAILING FROM EUROPE inica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
ing? alee owes jand. eae a a 9 coer eae Roads, across the field. Anne Hawkins ard Mr. EB. Deane A gs) M.S. STENTOR, 12th December, 1952 and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday 12th
ater and electric light services. | board at ingl ught up with hi ft hy RIG ae JUGS (Ladies) M.S. HERA, 19th December, 1952 inst
i . * ; = Garage and servants rooms St. Phil ; aan | CA t > ith Im after a s ss awkins M.S. NESTOR, 9h January, 1953
bemmrision ct be Pe ee, Me LIVESTOCK Dial 8242 for arrangement to inspeet.| Dated loth day of December 1958-' minute’s chase and burst the RESCUE RACE (Mixea) M.S. HERSILIA, 16th January, 1953 The M/V “CARIBBEE” will
Fuartumerie-Fabrik Glockengasse No The undersigned wail offer the|To A. W. HARPER, Esq. pist. “c.” | balloon ist Mr. J. Harsh & Miss D. Hawk- SAILING TO EUROPE accept Cargo and Passengers for
4711 gegenuber der Plerdepost cad Ferd ame anil Dei hn property for sale by public competition Ag ce ag SUMMA’ @ fein duly orpantesd aman: ALSATIAN PUPPIES—Born of ‘Susan’ {@t their office, 17 High Street, on ae iss Parker and Mr, E. Deane ENVELOPE RACE (Children) s Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-
ne oS LS a s ec 2 der! winner of Pups for best bitch and best | Thursday, 18th December, 1952 A pp ean -.;won the bending in pairs race ist Master Evelyn, 2nd Miss P. Watson. | SAILING TO TRINIDAD. PARAMARIBO das, 19th énst
; many. Manufacturers. iocally bred exhibit at 1951 Exhibition COTTLE, CATFORD & CO., FE saa ee eee Ghneny whose trade or business address \s “4711 na "Gaunt ‘oh Wananisid’ Slerneciods Solicitors dered at a Licensing Court to be held | Miss Anne Hawkins and Keith ist Miss A. Hawkins & Mr. K,.|M-S. STENTOR, 26th December, 1952 . : Es OW. s°
Cologne, Germany, has applied for the|i"4 Count of | Verchield. | (Imported) %.12.5¢—On. |at Poi.ce Court, uistusct C” on Monday) Deane rode well in this race, but Deane, 2nd Mr. J. Marsh & Miss D.|M°S. NESTOR, 23rd January, 1952 B.W1, SCHOONER OWNERS
registration of a trade mark in Part “A n nies the 2nd day’ of December, 1952, att! When S aarne ’ nee & Miss D. SAILING TO CURACAO ASSOCIATION (INC.)
et Register in respect of Eau de Cologne,|G"°P. Phone 2784 paladin ee BEE TEE ge Tagg sacrymonggeees by when approaching the third pole Mawkins. M.S. VIVITA, 16th December, 1952 ‘
petfumeries, sonps, essential oils, cos- nn neahnnmevertaheeraren ALY ee : , ha x hos gg k pomapelle, s\aading poy — ARPEL | nee the winning one Miss awe oe eae a . thine . { Consignee, Dial 4047
1 t tic ‘ "AL e red calves from | 4pproximately 2 acres o and with} - P I ke © nies a : . s r - ane “8s Holbrook. 192 ., 6.12.52
Sell be nt ea to nd Gentifrices, and | self-contained herd,” Dayrella Dairy| Cocoanut and other Trees. Inspection vlice Magist er Hawkins’ horse swerved too much vicTORIA CROSS (Gents) 5. FP. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD. 4} ar
. , : Farm. Dial 3987 10.12.52—5n, }daily 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Telephone 3040 _— 6 the right and she and Keith Ist Mr. K. Deane, 2nd Mr. M Agents.
after one month from the 10th day of 9.12.52—41 D \ f 1 l Eve Soeekitaei
Tecember 1952 unless some person shal ee ; er in the meantime give notice in duplicate}, RACE-HORSES—The ving race- hand Up to this point they had ' IG’ STICKING
to me at my office of opposition of sue, |Norses landed in Trinidad £800— | ———— ———___—_—_—-_— —IlPp eae ee is , iin, etl y nac Ist John Marsh.
registration. The trade mark car ba |Hohamia, Arabian Girl, Indian _ Gift, AUCTION 50 Ml AG. baniil) Car HG | been well in the lead. Miss Parker Cup presented by the Barbados Agri- ‘ fe 6
seen on application at my office Egyptian Gift, Admirals Delight, Medi-} 00 TE F ind Errie Deane went on to win cultural Society, to the lady winning
Dated this 29th day of November, 1992 |t¢rranean, Likely, Farry Falls, Sabre, ‘¢ b il h ithout any trouble the Ereatest number of points at the alld an a 1nnd eams Ips
H. WILLIAMS Pebblestone, Sister Emma, Royal Mode, ER s rus far es ae . . Gymkhana—Miss Anne Hawkins
Registrar of Trade Marks. Sunbayna, Delusic Cordwainer, Bobbie UND THE IVORY HAMMER ( ae Evelyn won the musical Cup presented by the Barbados Agri- oer
§ Burne ai . P RRO J ‘ 2 ‘i { pos i } S >} . a y, -_—oooO o. oon er oy y
10 eee ocd Demile Pull BIOS. Brive. | BY instructions received from the In-| By “Sunday Chronicle’ Motoring) Post for juniors and Keith, Lee cultural Society, to the gentleman gain- SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails Arrives Sails _ Arrives
Tiawlees Kear, Ai #eb0-443 Be, | suranee Co., I will sell on Friday Decem- Correspondent d Errie Deane took fir she ee Laake Surber, ot points “ Montreal Halifax Barbados Barbados Demerara
. napnesicntaste . awless Pearl. At £45 ime ty [ber 12th at 2 p.m, at the Courtesy Gar- o nd third places re - Sant cae 28.N 3D 12 Dee 4th Dec, 20th Dec.
Melitta Rose. At #150-—Royal L de Wie ae Sear ee Se and thi places respectively in Lee Deane,—Joint winners CDN. CRUISER — ; 28 Nov 3 Dec. 2 Dee ata $0 Deo.
TAKE NOTICE ‘Clover Breaking Wave. At £650—Cé Chevrolet Wagon, (Until recently the | 1 ve ju swine tne 1M} the Pole race which followed. Cup, presented by the Barbados Agri- CDN. CONSTRUCTOR Cae Sten bien eS
[Junior. Apply to O. P, Bennett, Southern | property of the Poliee Dept.) Galeanaa | , o ‘ pe uv. prituu’s Anne Hawkins won the Filling Cultural Society, to the winner of the CDN. CHALLENGER ; a ee ae 23 Je 2715
} oe iene Tris t é ‘ i t ss s the illing : : CDN. CRUISER 13 Jan 22 Jar 22 Jan. an.
| Dairy, San Fernando, Trinidad in aceident). Terms Cash | . st car Water Jugs race. H greatest number of points, in the é 27 J Feb 5 Feb. 10 Feb
VINCENT GRIPFiTH REWOSt 888) Oe en " , Vee ore ere again she Children’s Classes at the Gwmkhana— CDN. CONSTRUCTOR fun, 19 Fel 9 Feb. 24 Feb
1 seapnndadetetm aia . " Aleta Ww It cormes ico proauction| showed perfect control while dip- Miss K. Parker GDN. CHALLENGER r oon 3 Mar 5 Mar 10 Mar.
be slg: . . , ‘ 7 aad . ‘ DN 24 Feb 5 Mar 5 Mar. d
POULTRY 7.12.52—4n |at the end of wus year it will be] Ding water and pouring it into the Cup presented by the Barbados Turt ores Cotemicroa 10 Mar 19 Max 19 Mar. 24 Mar.
ne cheapest tumiuy car on the]Jug. Cy re Best saddled Horse — Miss CDN. CHALLENGER . 24 Mar 2 Apr 2 Apr. 7 Apr
>0OULI y ockerels 4 ~ s 0 eee ° atae
POULTRY—Leghorn cockerels and pul- UNDER THE SILVER narket in tnis country. Mr. John Marsh won the rescue a
lets from important strain. Telephone m y tream-| race with Miss D. Hawki oie NORTHBOUND Sails = Arrives ie. ae. Se
0186 C. S. Edwards, Appleby Pint,, St HAMMER It is the Reliant Kegal, a i mation CRC id “ed as his Demerara Barbados Barbados St. John Halifax
James. 11,12.52—2n > ur-seater, tnree wheeler] Portne e won chiefly because CDN. CRUISER 23 Dec Dec 27 Dec q 7 Jan
: ON TUESDAY 16th by orfer of Mr. {Bed fo ait a gummetal-blue} Of his swiftness at untying Miss "Can you lend me CDN. CONSTRUCTOR *ygan. 6 Jan. 17 Jan.
MECHANICAL E. B. Knight we will sell tHe Furniture }|COUpe with a gumi Hawkins’ ankles and wrists. Aft @ we CDN. CHALLENGER 17 Jan. 20 Jan ea
f u _ | at. Bush Hill House, Garrison which | coach-built body. ai the lead gained a Pe he scre er d / tablet? , CDN. CRUISER 91 Jan. 3 Feb. 14 Feb
eee | ei dee Powered by a four-cylinder, 7 Aci gained in this part of the] @ Parado ONG CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 14 Feb. 17 Feb 28 Feb
MACHINE-—One Singer treadle machine Round Tip Top Table, Writing and . a 1] race, he won easily = CDN. CHALLENGER 28 Feb 2 Mar 14 Mar.
practically new. | Apply: Mrs. Millicent !Qrnament Tables in Mahogany: Uphols,{/-P- engine, the car has a peWo' 17) 10. Evelyn won the Envelo ; » & , Ea CDN, CRUISER 14 Mar. 17 Mar 28 Mar
Small “Cc roton near Esso Service Station, | Chnirs; oor Lamp, Bookshelves,} consumption of 50 miles to the race from Miss Wats 7 pe . €DN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Mar 31 Mar. 4Apr. 12 Apr, 18 Apt
Bart Hill 12 12 52 3n. | Screens, Mirrors, Pa:nted Dressing | vallon A mae atson, Miss CDN. CHALLENGER 11 Apr. 14 Apr. 18 Apr. 25 Apr. 1 May
" = Tables and Presses, Cedar Press, Sim- | &° 0" > ling| Anne Hawkins and Mr. Keith :
WHEEL, STRAKES For use with} mons Iron Bedsteads and Cots; Deep The series of rough handling} neane won the wheel barrow race merit
Massey-Harris or WD Och nar [Sleep and Fibre Mattresses; Zine Top|tests which I saw the car put! The game which perhaps mee
vercome wheelspin em c and other Tables; Rus Sea-gra : . F reek Bi ¥ aps “ i
TRACTION of your Tractor in fields Skaire, “Tinta Ge Pag ind Sa through in the Midlands it _— K} cited spectators most was the for further particulars, apply to
Courtesy Garage 4616 6.12.52—8n. | Oil Refrigerator and many other itenis, | Were designed to show off its high] pig Sticking game whic yas
! or and me ig § é hich was the aes
— = Sale 11.30 o'clock. Terms cash safety factor and to disprove the] fn) game of the gymkhana. This GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. Agents.
MISCELLANEAQUS BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO., prejudices held against three-| was won by John Marsh who
Ctticastabsilieciaeeneytinemmchlipernts ting contain atenraninearath shecalar > erate ¢ s to}, " Shy i opt is % 3 ;
COOPER'S AERSOL FLYSPRAYS en- Auctioneers soo, | Wheelers. Deliberate attempts 10} was able to pierce the “pig” after! Wasw a Girt doesn’t SOLERO DOO DDD OD EDP DLE DE LODE SS PAPI EPI PAI POSER,
‘That FERDINAND MULHENS, sole | sures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes, NS turn the car over were made by/ about five minutes chasing, esn t want to leave

L1oprietor of Eau de Cologne & | Cockroach, Obtainable from all leading
Parfumerie-Fabrik 3 Stores in two sizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 oz.
4711 gegehuber der Pfe $2.18,



ies any aalbndetiigenteaaticeh *

throwing it at full throttle round At the end of the last event class—and have to make embarrass- 7 1 1 %

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Mocihens,. a firm duly organised under 22. 0. 53— ashes. Excellency the Acting Governor. : ( Means quick
the laws of Germany, Manufacturers "ESSO PRODUCTSoPercleun Jelly’ —_—_ ——$—_—_—__ Tight circles were made at Following are the events:— relief {rom suffering caused by .
whose trade or business address .s 4711" Ss IUCTS—-Petroleum Jelly sneardasit » hark bre ‘ ng|RFNDING RACE (Gents) riodic ina— 6 8
Cologne, Germany, has applied for the |White in Drums. Nu Jol, Paraffin Oil, NOTICE speed—with the back broadsiding} BENDING RACE (Gents) ar wait Ne h pains—headache, too— ADVOCATE STATIONERY %
registration of a trade mark in Part “A"|Drums and Pals. Fit Sprayers, Fut) Vomop banal almost continuously——but tne | peane f hak out disagreeable after-effects, x
of Register in respect of Eau de Cologne, |Gallons, Qrts, Pints and % Pints. Fut}..? nis hereby given that the] wheels refused to leave the DING WITH BALLOONS (Ladies) sk your druggis . : x
perfumeries, soaps, essential oils, cos-| Aerosol, Flit Powder, Esso Handy Oi1,| Transfer Books of the Company will be] Wound iat Minpl Mt Hawking, ma ‘Mie | aclantlaaally cone, for Paradol, | %$6$6066695666600666699600656860699999 O56 GSOSOOISS
metics, hair lotions, and dentifrices, and (Household Wax, Lighter Fuel, Radiator | [jose ftom the 16th day of December | 8TOund. Haw , ineally compounded from 4 | (%$69999699999909909990G909O990999 0099 FOP PFO POFOOFOFR
Will be entitled to register the same|Cleaner, Radiator Protector, Stop Leak, | {22+ Until the 29th day of December Bumpy roads were taken at] ReNDING RACE (Children) ingredients, The name “Dr, Chase” |S
after one month from the 10th day of |Sponges, Spark Piu Brake Fluid,, B Sod says ee ace speeds of up to 55 m.p.h. without Ist. Miss Parker, 2hd Miss Watson & your assurance » We have decided to discontinue the sale of Radios and have

€ or 59 ms! ~ ors s A > o r © c . 7 P o ne ar ft pctors ‘ . ICKE co . . »
precemher 186s wiles ecme persan shall | Drums and Fails. All of these can bei Winer teptA BISCUIT. CO iisornore a trace of shudder or loss of sta-] BALL & BUCKET RACE (Gents) 2 19 2 — only Bedroom models, and

in the meantime give notice in duplicate | obtained from R. M. Jones & Co., Lid

to me at my office of opposition of such,| Phone 47384 27.11.52—t.f.n
sexistration The trade ma cen be | ——— — --- _--—-
seen on application at my off GREEN ESCHALOT Up to 150ibs

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1. H. CORBIN bility tag eats €, and Mr. E oe — DR. CHASE'S: % 1 only Rad-ogramme

er i } One of these cars will be arriv- Ist Miss A. Hawkins, 24 iss D PARAD % which we are selling at bargain prices, if you want
a : ing in the island for demonstra-j] Hawki = OL % tests eenae ih seca oeseath caie Ye gas

NOTICE TO DAIRY-KEEPERS & MILK| tion in the near future EXCHANGE -RACE




Dated this 29th day of November, 1952, ]/At Little Battalys, St. Peter. Phone 9177
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es ee Petes. | FEC § : PARTS — Please} * is herew thy publish df | MUSICAL SACKS : bbs | Samm Quick Relief from Pain me
7.52 PI ; POVE P. S— Please} * erew published for gener AL ‘
10.18.6230. || PERFECTION STOVE PA information that under the Dairy Reguls. = CENTRAL EMPORIUM

note that all Perfection Stove parts can
& Co

Hens of 1948, it is required that certifi- |
cates issued during 1952 be surrendered
to the Commissioners of Health during
the month of January 1953, when re

registering of the dairies for that year?

be obtained from R. M. Jor
Ltd., White Park Phone 4764
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LOOK 10 y ac 28.11.52—1n] Persons granted permits to dispose of | NOTHING LI E = al had +
ivan iti —$<—___—__— ee milk, along with milk venders | :

TOVE—One Belling Electric Stove in} WhO have obtained licenses are also re- | %

1 excellent condition. Phone 8104 Quired to renew their permits and} A WARM BATH ®
FURNISHING GRAND 5 aa, | Hy, | ‘
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TOVES Two Burner Falks] can be obtained from the Sanitation De

parsment of St. Michael
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Commissioners of Health, |
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Cookers and Twin Burner Beatr.ce

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DRAWING ROOM SUITES and The application of Hamblin McClean] he Kingdom of The Netherlands, whose | %
separate pieces in Morris and [| op Gienkurme St. John for permission | #4de or business address js Hofweg 7 *
other styles, Morris Spring and to sell Spirit Malt Liquor ‘&e at a | Phe Hague, (The Netherlands), has a>- e
Springlike Cushions, Upright, board and shingle shop attached to | Pied for the registration of a trade mack ~
Rocking and Arm Caned Cha.rs Tasidanios ak Martins tay Ot. dobn in ae + Ak Register in respect of * —————. ~
in Mahogany and Birch ‘ osg, | @PParatus and devices for wireless tele s
. Dated thi 10th day of December 1952 »
et ae m ~ereree phony and telegraphy, electronic tub .
fe SPLENDID PIANO--Gramo W. HARPER, Esq : 7 - ae ae oa ‘ i. ; . %
phon $14 up, Banjo Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. and will be ent.tled to register the same x Owing to Foot and Mouth Disease at Marti- Ag
ct Sta ted HAMBLIN McCLEAN after one month from the 10th da of S »
; Stichines $00 UD. - : ‘Apelica December, 1952, unless some person shall $ %
. = N.B— s atian il be con- [!m the meantime give notice in diupti : sa . : »
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held {cate to me at my office of oppos:tion af x nique no visitors will be permitted on board %
at Polce Co' District * on Monday |*Â¥eh registration. The trade mark cw | Y >
ee N the Sind day of December, 19 tf Dated this et day of November, 1952 % se Bene A le *
SPRY : FECT Be ae Cg ate are ee Sd $ the s/s DE GRASSE and s’s COLOMBIE. No %
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STRERT. DIAL 1969 dati tacithe white ae Registrar of Trade Mari:s. | §
_ 12.12.52—1 - AD Sees | i i ressels rj >
a intransit passengers on these vessels will be g
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POOP POLLS SOPEF FOO. han egenepebeacnate Ss
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S18 SMALL PROPERTIES 3] .trcarnine Gna device) | S " >
FILM SHOW 15 * uu 7 That LIGHTNING FASTENERS LM. | >
TED, a British Company, whose t 0,12.52—3n. ¥
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RIX j X House, Millbank, London, S.W.1, I X *
at x xs r “ % land, has applied for the registratio % s
trade mark in Part “A” of Reg « c < SOSSSSSS OPPO OOOO”
THE BARBADOS x 4 Terms can be arranged on x in Pearvect of sliding clasp fasteners, and A new agreement has just been concluded between Saguenay Terminals Ltd. and the Ass@ POSSESS OOOO OPO APPL LPL APSO
A U ATIC CLU : * s the following:— x wit be entit ed to register tne ‘sai | as, of lage on frans-Atlantic Steamship Lines, and Saguenay Terminals Ltd now announce
QU: CLUB % % (1) Property at Field's Gap, R Ine enaiber 1952 wileae weak Teoh | wis eee hh : as a y of their present rv to Barbad Trinidad, D j EOP e eC ery CNT Tes
> . ala a . aaa } i ase the freq icy of Pir ese service to arbados, rinidad, emera +
(Local & Visiting Members > % Bank Hall s - the m anntting notice in upl Caripito rara, anc iia $
Only) 8 (3) Propertie t King % registratior rk « (2) to accept on Through Bills of Lading (with transhipment at Trinidad), cargo for Antigua, NO i ¢ K ¥
x Village. Sere oy Ammen ak ee, Smile Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Tobago and Cari- P =
ae al ‘ $ 29th day of Novemb« ) 34
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and aecrue to the benefit of West Indies cricket. He won ali his races easily a
nit not let us make the same ee mistake that tempted us into {in pnt aa yards he beat rrr ERY By GEORGE WHITING
making a stupid itinerary for our Australian tour when the Senates— | Nearest rival by about Here emein Gude .
l . : » we go again. Sugar Re ’ r prost 4 ahd ‘
bless their little hearts—-more or less said “arrange the tour as you The spdxts, which were :aiinabn Sache Falah A ae ae ns 7 oti ive a mn, ‘ then he
like we can beat Australia under any circumstiances.” Let us re-,tended only by competitor . a Es * | RUST Pe The: greatest. ACHOr “Of. All
member that whom the Gods would destroy they first make mad. judges, lacked the usual divi
events but competitor ve ‘ tained offici . }
® ue icial permission to| agony when _ the camera caught
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TULY. R MUST NOT 0 T , however She lastl ove continue running away from Ran-| lim rehearsing with t e dam- DIFFERENCE.
tf € A t wR G 0 U.S.A. SWING TACeR ; en folph Turpin, Procrastination is! sels of the dance the other day. |
: Good Performances oi ” he thief of time—and Robinson Prostration for Robinson frus- e
. s . my ae Evelyn's good performance ‘ $ has stolen another month of jt, | tration for Turpin. j
By RICHARD BAERLEIN | brought him the Class I Cham- |} 3 + 4| Robinson was due last week- New Deadline YOU LOOK

THE most disturbing news from Ireland last month| pionship. Champion of Class I!
was that the Aga Khan 1s prepared to sell his champion] was 14-year-old Michael Gibb



end to appear before the New I wonder what kind of tor)
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three-year-old, ‘lulyar, at his own price, hong oo. = Ro Mark Eve- tie : eat to tell that politically can-|ber 15, the new dé 1€ @
The Aga Khan’s studs are ining speed, is just the type to/4¥", (13), brother of Char Sey, trolled authority whether or not As a guess, I would say he will| @ > haat
Ireland, but the news originally | nake a great stallion. jended up Champion of Cla | he intended to defend the world| express with a great 1ow of * YOU_ FEEL
came from Kentucky, where it Nasrullah has gone to the| While the C€ lass IV Championshi| |middle-weight championship he sincerity, an earnest wish to join t YOUR BEST
became an open secret that the | United States and co.,.imands a/Wwent to A. Sealy who scored | retrieved so. sensationalls fr m:issue with Turpin in a third anc %
Aga Khan would sell Tulyar foi } itud fee of 5,00Q dollvrs points, ; Turpin last year, | “deciding” battle. x ®
a million dollars. Case ett te The real tense moment of t | ' Then he will start another kind | ¥
; Higher Fee meeting was just before the F Here, we thought, was the| of stall—the stall that ; ys hel® AND THE
This does not appear to be a i yards open, At this stage Set |show-down — with elusive Mr.| wil} want about £100,000 before g PRICE YOU
false rumour. It was not so long fulyar could command an even|was 55 points and Set F 45. Fo Robinson at the end of his shilly-| he takes off his dancing pumps. % PAY IS THE
ago that we were complimenting higher fee and there is no doubt !Set F to end up Champion Hot shallying and comp lled to give; Turpin and Charles Humez of |% PRICE IT’S
the Aga Khan and his son on}that the Americans will eventu- ‘first and second positions in t! an unequivocal answer to the|France, have decided that, if v
what appeared to be a change of Jally find a way of paying the sum/990 yards would have had as ;,, CHARLES EVELYN strokes home straight question: “Do you fight; Robinson does not make up his|% WORTH
face in keeping a champion in| the Aga Khan wants—if he really|woa by the Evelyn ‘brothers, | *® Win the 160 yards by 26 yards|or do you quit?” |min¢. they will fight each other, | $
OOP Tetcs ate nak bas opens to sell, iCharles won the race bu from his nearest rival. With the | Commission headed in London or Paris, and claim % “Top Scores in
earn further honours and then ut if Nasrullah had remained conior opposition was too mu 100 Yards (Over 16) by Robert K. Christenberry, self-'the world title for the winner., | $ Tailoring”
retire to the stud. This praise/in England he would have earned for Mark who did 1 lac once ; r avowed and-> State-appointed I suggest they go to it, imme- *
appears to have been premature,}more than his selling price,j st ' a aie f oni ee ane 1. C, Evelyn (F) 2. A. Arm=|racket remover, we believed, in'diately. For my money, Ray|%
\though this was £130,000, poe A ere. DUNG -U rong (D) 2. A. Taylor ‘our innocence, that the day binsc t tripp the light |®
Tho = rh: ‘ = is : orks dlasiens Champion House with 58 in Be ig" ae oi ce, 1a he day of| Robinson ha pped e light|¥ :
The Aga Khan and his son The sale of Tulyar woulq be;¢ F J b 33 secs, decision was at hand | fantastic once too oft > 1 1 won
have often been described, and a damaging blow to British |Set come Secene witl : 50 Yards (14—16 | c AY Aart fs ; ee % p ( \ MAFFEI
rightly, as the greatest horse} bloodstock t a time when we|5¢t,D third with 431%. 1, M. Gibbs (A) 2. L. Taylor How Wrong! iat : ‘ & © Ue We 4
dealers in history, When they are about to be right on top of} The results were as follov (D) 3 P. Ward (B). Time 324|,What a hope! Robert K.| Lively Capture %
sent 20 or more yearlings to the world again 50 Yards (Over 16) ees al a Christenberry has been telling Batt ’ Pet Watern 8 CO LID
. Oi - 7 . i. , > » Y ; -! > > - e¢ g Oa ri i as er averman, ;
Saratoga nobody mindeq much The Aga Khan has done much 1, C, Evelyn (F) 2. A. Tayle 50 Yards (12--14) se the. transatlantic ‘tele-| ABA i sht- velt ; I 1 d $ a -
to improve racing, and British}(A). 3..R. Feldman (B) K. Art i. M, Evelyn (F) 2. W. Sking}Phone just how wrong we were, | 5 ‘hei pe WHAIPE * EBRD, *t “al @
,, The yearlings they have sold at racing and British’ crowds have |Strong (D), Time 293 secs ner (C) M. Grannum (A), Time}. “Robinson has asked us for Olympic C 7 sinha ee | 260®9O802O OGL BIOOO0O000-OO49 OOOO 2920 8O OHO OOP QO"
Newmarket in the past have a returned the compliment a thou- 25 Wards (14—16) 38 sec another month's extension, and nin iis: teak ea —eVe$_a—™“Ns==S—— [ :
miserable record and, instead of | sand-fold | 1,. Ky-Gibbs (A) 2. P. w | (50 Yards (Under 12) we have granted it.’ Christen-| {008 tre fae co a ;
fetching between three and five! He now has an opportunity to](B). 3 P. Johnson (D) Tir 1. A. Sealy (A) 2, A. Archet| Octzy, toldime, Ronn or a Tone eat eee
hundred pounds to English ene, [show his appreciation of British |16 sees. (B) 8. oR citings CA) Time 464 “Why?” 1 asked, pe ge El erect _ ate Cee oS |) Set TSE ee ee
ers, they went to the Americans |racing and the way it has treated 25 Yards (12—14) secs r vigigygg| “Robinson produced a medical Vigkataemen Gar Th’ hte nest | (tie o a a i {
for 3,000 dollars apiece. That was|him by ensuring that Tulyar re 1. M. Evelyn (F) 2. W. Ski "180 ¥ards (Over 16) certificate showing that he had : nih ahd Arst if a Hel. || | eee 3 4 #
ood business, mains in the British Isles—in-|ner (C), 3. D. Noot (B). Ti 1. C. Evelyn (F) 2. A. Arm={20t yet fully recovered from the cinki teat to: nut 4 enti al || ;
- “4 stead of following his other Der-|162 sees fate (D) 3. OR Feldm is (RE) acute prostration caused by the | ee ts ; ar, i . ar cabs 1] MENSW EAR
Fetched 90,500 Dollars | by winners,» Blenheim, Mahmoud 25 Yards (Under 12) inva bie kee ‘heat during his fight with Joey!) q0un ae king eae a a MPaax | i
jand Bahram, who are already in ly A Sealy (A).2: P. Kir \ ns oe + af Maxim last summer.” replied)“, Y? SSpeule le ra ea a
More recently the Aga sent six|the United States—L.E.S. 3. A kentae CB) T : a i 1K var stk. Taylor Christenberry : ae otebh 7 ane oe oe
high-class ares : ve | om é ‘ > t iS é e bl, ay . : SI a nbon ee as a table companio >|
Sate pian at Fay at ‘a al (D). P. Ward (B). - Time: 1 min, an aes "4 that?” I asked. feather-weight Sammy McCarthy
a total of 90,500 dollars. | MAI BA G 83 secs, acate’ fubin Dey, aera A member of Caius BC, the || Smart Shirts...
They would probably have! _ fil . (100 Yards (Under 14) Jing champion "and the Commis. |Pue-faced quick-moying: Water. |] = Collar Styling...
made as much or even more if|The Sports Editor, less chance-given to so many er? 1, M. ‘Evelyn (Fy, 2 W, Skins cn cofaidered he.was © Sateen. te esas meer” brilliant 21? Neckties...
sold at Newmarket, The success/Sir,—If Mr. Coppin’s personne! to clusions : nee (C) D. Noot (B Time: | * c a ne was entitled | junior champion of his year, and : corchief
of that experiment is doubtful represent India 1inst the W eee 1 min, 17 9/10 sees to the month’s extension ha/he strengthened that succe by me Handkerchiefs ...
@ > Ss ' se #® against ie est 3incerel ' un. 1f Ss 5. as ee aw a a - sa St A er ort
An owner is naturally in a po-|Indies is correct, it is a pity tie G McD. CAREW (220 Yards (Open) prt ee ~~ oe make «| winning the ABA title Socks... smart
sition to do what he likes when! West Indies Board of Control did! Medway d BY eat 1. C. Evelyn (F). 2. A. Arms-! Gecision such importance Silly Secrecy design, quality
he likes with his own horses not see fit to invite two (2)! | Holetown trong (D), 3. M, Gibbs ¢A). Any Idea? | Like most of such “arrange- ffm that speaks :
Loyalty and sentiment}/representatives each from “Paki s- St. Je a Time: 3 mins‘ unseat es y ta _|ments.” Waterman’s switch to <. quietly and well,
7 id. howave: i ilisarite j nat ine ! ak St, James, and | Have you any idea what his} oo poccionalien : ace Meg , 1 ’
hould, however, influence him|tan” and ‘Ceylon Seniar Relay Jecision is likely to_be?”” professionalism has been’ con
in certain instances, and to my} : "| Sports Ed:—Pakistan | have be: 1, Set _D. ee eet 4. 3 eel ee ve ra ;,| ducted with all the silly secrecy $
ind Tulyaris ote of these in«| Some Sera 4 < npc ths aperaalh : ; ee ail. ; Ths a | “No, but George Gainford, his| oy isined by ABA rules f
minc ulyar is one t in-| me of these elegant players |eccorded Test Match status by! Time 1, min, 19% secs, manager, told the Commission | °™é ine y ABA rules, } Fine Materials :
tances, i jare good Cricketers and are vf} the Imperial Cricket Conference, Junior Relay that should he continue fighting | Everybody seemed to know 4 5 ! Fi b
He has proved the outstanding Test standard. and as such would be a separaic 1. Set A. 2 Set D. 3. Set F.| Robinson would probably defend| What was .going on, except * Cut... Fit..
horse of the year and, because he! .The stability of the team would | cricket entity for Test Match Time: 1 min, 32% secs. his title te ree nacet year,” | appar y, his club, w » recentls Shoulders...
1 stayer with a.turn of finish- have been more assured, and, purposes. Class Champions | I thanked Mr. Christenberry |™2d¢ him_a vice-president. | lots of weave
i ott i D iE E on Ti — CST enriseectemerticies oe pet onieneersnnee ; A oe re yn Ets se | for his courtesy, replaced the By George Ri onei : variations ...
tic o svery ime ; r HT. , Pat on mbds << polntsyireceiver and fell to wondering| Every player of Mersham-le- ades that invite
: oe y oa By imimy Hatlo (12—14). M. Evelyn 15 points, yee he iam farther the | Hatch ent) Cricket Clb who shades et
ORT RRRRI TTD aI Rea Ses (Under 12). A, Sealy, 6 points, | Americans intend to go to keep! drops @ catch will wear a bowler a tectont’ invite
Av” PAWN MAMA AK RILENE | | Ss. 7 House Points a hold on that dollar-spinning| hat for the rest of the innings, | selection. |
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I'M.I II.\ B kRB .DOS iDVO) \H I Kin \1 HI l I UBI li I 1932 Charles Evelyn Champ At College Aquatics V^LJpl aPGRTS EDITORS li U, • Younger Brother Wins In Class III HYMI'IOW ,„ infill I ASMS %  %  WAI< s I <>( \[. \|\\ \<.| i: % %  n %  %  1 will be 1 %  %  II IRStllAl 1. Ol T %  Ml Wil I I L %  %  %  %  %  %  %  : %  %  %  i LUSH ILL'S < I.AIMS W.i STRONG KDV M \r.-11 \i 1 m ti I %  Cuii DO ""* %  'tint be %  1 %  lloquence • importance Ul into l in the a -v -$ 1 4-J JW In these holiday Shoes While N.lon nii'sli Sandals wilh low raodga hi'i'K : % %  ! %  Uag baoDii \n\in,ni's Polk.. l)--i SHI 1I1I-. Shell I niirl with ir1 \. 1 MffMt in woven brocade Ln wedfi In .-I-. Bonerhlng reallj marl tor thiPer Pair J5 4 5 $4" H AoaatU Sport* whicli were hfld mt the Barhado* Aquatic Club yr-t.-i.liy morning f 1 I % % %  %  lea of Clans 3. Ch trlM Evrlyn. Victor Ludoium y evening to carry oil -our of Uic •vent" 111 the Annual Industrial Exhibition'* Uyn I. K\ 1 ba lln kUftl lliaO U>ui uli< %  ..:. %  %  . I %  : destroy they Ant maka mad TULYAK MUST NOT GO TO U.S.A. Till. CLASS (& Champion of C Mark Evelyn tui. U Slxtl 1 %  < ' %  • I' \ 1 ". %  • LuoWum when the H latic S|H>rts war held el Lha B Evelyn acored n poasibb He won al 15(1 ) nearest rival tq %  %  iwlmmLn Good Porfcrmaneai brought hun the B3 Kit H .\ltl> BABELB1M troLand last 1 %  the Afla Kl ired to tall his champion I w %  • I M 1 iit his own price 1*" fed 24 polnU. Mark E\ :I but ihc news where it %  .. in be %  false lutnour. It was not so lung BgO IhSl i' "Hi iollL|illllirlitili, %  to i*.' a change ol In u npton > tour-yoir-old lo i Dooun end than nil This praise I Tin\ • %  %  Saratoga nobod> mn. %  irUnSI , a p. j raree (it—14) i ll Evelyn (F) 3 N ll U \ U-ee il nilrr It) B. A Al B IM \ lies (Over 10) I A ,\,,.. ... \1\1L BAG %  %  -."ill in An %  Thoj made as much < m a pa hr likes wiih I lly I %  <"" leotiBooB, and b %  Booroi i :i p toe of theae elegant • Peat Mai "" ,, i""' O0d Crlckoter I.I it.,|mp,Tial < kk.-t i'„nfi JaUr Relay "* l 1 end as .ueh would be I A7l iel D a. set r KiJS 1 ^ J!M "^w. n £JrS i of the year and, beca erktel t-niltv f,.i Teal Match Time: 1 min. SS| aeea. %  I uior, I %  > ;... i '>' %  Sn.,-,.,, I. ii i a MCD ktedway. eeniimentlivprr^ntalives each S f .1 > .rda < 14— ll. I. i I I. I.,. 01 iiih S8 Yard* (II ll I W Skrr,\ 38 sees. <*• Tar*. Under ltl I A Bee \ A Archer ilti 3 p K IM Yards (Oval Ml I ('!'..I :• A Arm iee rarde n—lai i K <'.,u\x (A) l i i iyk -in p. \v ltd (B) Time' 1 mln. %  %  nii rarea (Uadee i4> W SkinTt g N > M|. .Open) t. c. I M aflttha 'A* lime Braaay R<-U> ROBliSSON STEALS TIME FROM TURI'TS it? GWKGB WHTTiNG rtori Sugar R*u .log %  crlbed a* the groateai nghiing time, th. lined l| l*ur| HI i 1 her day.) i thai month ol It, rurpin. %  %  <*Nooi DoddUso % % %  I'... Arhiet and to tall thai poUu\ *' %  '" luthorlts wheth. %  he intended to defend tl retrieved so ien8Btlona||< ii ( i iIssue wil i II. ...... -., %  n wun elusive Mr ,. \\\ ,., : %  bullying and COmp tied ilmncz ol : Up his r do you quit?' will tight each With the Con n headed %  K i v .. wed and Btate-appolnted I suggest U* racket ran .!.. tot) Por nv %  our Innooana I Don Wragur! '; What a hoj*' Robert K l.i\el\ ( ipllire ;, l>-n telliii)! I me on ir 1 %  asne just hon wrong we r %  ion. and WO hova granted it." barn <<>id me, Whv'"' 1 uskrd Jorgcn Olsen, or Copenhagen, ... ,.n prodmed mod,,.! N ;'. '.., „, , %  "' % %  < % %  M numwr. .. %  ]., v i. ,,.,,,, %  MM V Jf "*)'' P"i'--'"i o"i'* Inil .-hamplon. .... %  ton o>n*ldrcd ho wan aotttied to Ihe month', evtei>.V.v,V,*,-,.----v','/--,',,'/-','/,-,',',V',V// A MAFFEl! Olympic Games, tui m I i %  fuer hi SUIT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. YOU LOOK YOUR BEST • YOU KKKI. YOUR IIKST AMI TIIK I'Rlt'K YOU I'AV IS TIIR I'KICE IT'S WORTH "Tup Scores in Tlilorlns" P. C. S. MAFFEl CO., LTD. > %  | n it. • > ff • f Any loVn? Han you pa] .IM' i 3. io f N ". !>"> Oeomo i. "^ manna !" ti.1.1 In.. I\ia>..i. anniicr, totd lh<* Commlnitloi) i).> lr Every rime A".' WWN MAMA AND AWDRlLENE f ftp 001 CF 'IE HAy TO SEE ., IER NATURE TO HER STUFP %  VES-WE'UE 'N WE \:^ /JOOSF COONTftV'AMP A .'I'ESTSCtNEW! ..O.'MUSTNT t ME OH I GO" l>> | %  inm\ I LHIO So wor Givts? So Fbp siits up HIS SLEEP -BUT MOM AKD MADRILEKJE SIESTA OM WHEELS Robinson would probably defend l hi, title In Europe next year." ,i"".< ^.""*''*r, i J I ltanked .Ml lui.tenberrv '"•.': ,,1 the i fell to wo. M \l K,.'l llou^r ri.t.il -A loilnt tr. po.ni Midi %  enjoined l what was going on 0 made til i.ient. By Georue . t]/ JJOKIT of Afcnhnrifli' much (urthee the PS'-; :/ V : > -*$$ %  -<* %  WONDERFUL OFFER All 11 ti^s. Compacts, Identity Hi .ici'lets. us v*j]| be ENGRAVED FREE V. li, LIMA A CO. I.'I'U. •d St. in., Intend to go to keeidrop! .1 catch toiU ui-or 11 botcler a h.dd on that dollar-iplnnii.a ...ild championship. <" aal If i>.-.r lloblnson 1, ,tlll HiifferA mist it u pood u .1 .-.-. .::::::v.::::::v.:: v/,v,v.w.v,v,-.-.-,-.-.-.-,-,-.-.nvn nxxn JMI.VIS KOK ALL PL'RPOSKS Tropical White A mipertor white 1 exterior and interi use. Does not du colour. Matinto Flat Wall .'..nits White. Cream, Green Natural Metallic Primer for Wood or Metal AnlicorroMvr Paints Many attractive %  'S' Marine Paints I i i uisti. W il Green Concrete Floor Paints Engri. Red. Grey, Green Aluminium Paint IVnii.im-iii Green nt Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. Phdne 4456. MENSWEAR 'ISin.iri Shirt Collar StyliniE. %  %  Neckties ll..i..lker.hiel\ .. Boeki H I doalgn. oavsUlj I hut speaks t|tiiclly uml well. i me Matetiab ... Cut... Fit.. Shmilders... lofj of weave variations . shades thai UOVUo insperiion, invite %  o l octlool Such is our husines-. C. B. K. For PAINTS. \ -.MIXISHI'S nml the Useful Household llino. for the Uomini: XIIKIS BmH Call At -*{BT. HERBERT LTD lncorvonui SOEBCCK ST. and MAOA/IN'F UAN •



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FRIDAY. nniMBiK a IM mmi vnos M.V.H v ri PACF. SI W s Acting Governor At Industrial Exhibition 4 about r-'rum parr 5 tables and Bib, \-h:ch. H Mk ifbM v :u'Ullur* ceasclei two years MB. 1 could poinu out. is a "sine qua non' hardly have had a more untruelood production In this IsUno live introduction tc and I ronfmWi bow tat favour-' ..,, Wlth reasonabU'"•*"" :n% w) tneojp ... i .,,n quite % %  -:• the Kxnibitlon I nd( .,m iu -nt would U* ..nly i..o vv.llin ard and variety of the Exhlblti ... ,-anl any rca*onablc "" ur "i V '" k Mone which might b oned that I fa Tho ,u>adlv detei "Ladies' l%iaars">, but I had to lar * amount* ... acknowledge that tho best of mv money are .pent oanvnl; 10 in ordi "Barbados. l( lain form of a plei I .ng ci I .itivc. t %  i iv ah a high, intermediate and low has cerrainfall Mi idvanlages. in th "TaUti-if of difficulty of judiiing. lant climate, an >%  %  WHWf the t-.-k tha Dog Show, and 1 acratulaw the Baibado* m aeral ucIt i Impercess and popularity of their ;erthat Barbados tion %  '*"l bound, to, way its naU : ".erition of the furniture • laSVa r... .Ike. !*• %  > < It,,,,,,. l-i.OU • rail" i h.i..ii It.ll M IM > ii J.ion Jo. .1.1. (., t. % ..*.,!,.. I.I Ulf %  1P' I I..1* [j m had %  • %  Mm OKI "in rl M is ILOMI* K< . ,•-!' M %  OalfetoM a..... -i I. % %  1 u wuh M'rf lit HMfU'fl M'lih 0* feM U.„ A D.tl,~l,4 (#)••>• .Ik.* MMtl %  a r i" M. A I %  idei.-al C-W %  rnUl I WhlCfa seemed hi 1 %  %  : clasa advertfcae. %  ; I I %  tie of hi* (or her?) Rtapiiv which I found I inoodf. lamet,-. v. ani ihat he ii will use the pronoun awarded a special priu m the ) acciued to be Water Colour Section, of the .nd other flowers, which .•(Torts WOO! %  > among Ihe nwt popupoor shown* oOBspered With a u re him that he ar features of tin Exhibition, of prodigies winch wet. on show el '-use as soon as there is anottvis not ..Ion, and that I the Exhibition. Similar!] vy fall of rain the roads slip, shoulder to shoulder Far East we affected. Ui I. CODthe brtdfJM COllapoe ami the work "*}* matter. The visitor is naturtemptuous of the cattle and has 1 poultrv which we law in Mici.il,. the money Is not, of ' Eastern countries a* we p;. the sense thai through from time to time, but ,,.,. -is or let ugakn 1 had to admit that 1 had ihe roads open and get the %  %  in Asia to compare with Ul i m. ,:i L,.„.;„„ hibm-d at ttM Barbado* show. 1 .._. "M r.rowon remember, too, bet. I by , b !" u ? 1> >"* %  Bwmot, sorrel and loeUah _to trobarl which I had not previously seen, themes of reconstruction in ihi. and also bv the (to me) odd lookir "> "'"'l the i. ing black-bellie.1 itieep, and Wl b*** received of h..w t.. tat Me : i, lost in admirat: ..-problem of soil erosion. As lonn aici tuttftil iiraj "t flowwrs, aa April, on the gcroB| and succulent proWrrad (rUltl rn ssDdaiUon of the Scotland An-' hni jelln ervation Board, which '•ame awav feeling truit the Agnup by Govenitnenl to get !" „. stand the s: un glad to see a-ith him In included D.K)ths by the Boys* >4 lmll>l>. rk.l.rn.r.1. >.hr. r il,i„ I'.l I if. SASW Whfc* SlJC MM HUM .>f -• r.1 hv th tM %  %  %  ,d at.H-h Drvvdro' AsI ~ -r lKl r I %  Hi II..I-." Ualr hIKHIM-I. ..( Ihr IUIMI,Ual l*rrf*luBl %  of Kuli -u-Prp rwds. i Baraa t %  i.. baaM Ps* %  • raaui km %  K v M a iun*i i team i.f S hint, ..„_„...,„.. ; ^~ bewd-d L -IU| l..k I. I .i I am 1 bad manners are g< not. But conversations with many visitors have satisfied me that in' stances do occur far too frcuuiiit0 rre-er\iiii; ( li.irm "Now i hav* h..!i talklni tec %  i harm of Barbados I i nrtng, not %  HI tlun account alone, but on Us Olrll' Clubs and the Committee for the Blind. Deaf and Dumb. ard Of the delightful alc*1 ei Utbui I'ui.h. UbrarUvn, Whl ie I would have liked to N f Hie prlic f.iks |n the Garden Class which was pretvasM befora he left. This was a 11 eal gesture on Sir Alfred's part. .c: UM I w. n Parkiaa I jiiwrt..IU n MII t, ii.. %  ..i K l> .( tl | 1 r % %  > will i...i.lr.i i. < IUi Ih-rcre I close. 1 think tha make a very brief UM outbreak of Fool and Mouth Disease that has occurred in Martinique If it caught hold here it could easily ttle and our goats and oui |.i -. The t;..\ Ii taking reaaoiuii U 111 %  ml tha iti%  of the disea-i md bus plans well ,,i; :• %  i measure* il makes an appearance heie It may well be that the Hegulationa I prove Irtsaorna to ome, and W do i havi ilreods raci Ived a comThe -.! % ..i.t. -, W-Hn I A 11 l I l aa V t u Uiu. i .II,.MI ... JaV-M-v II n it,, "VM. •• % s.^-T.^l md uiMr. i II M lUl M H B iv. AO.V. ..i !aMa*C It,, II, I NWUl IMir -PI 0U W. %  %  !. ina Kin(> i' %  Bat %  % %  pa > i ,h..* dl(.>.*4l IB)*' !..< %  msnaam>, iu-nr st Hi. Kan., M*l pir of XH1I1S M.-l. . .. I 'V"'i: %  it-it"s Kive Year Plan '.f to have n world-wide reputati. iih* and by planting (lower expert on the subject, will find it possible to visit the Island v bin the couraa ol Ibe oanrl %  w wnibe m their garden-, ii they no nbut on the roadside — %  I douM thai the remedies which """ SSl! ^''K^' will propose Will l drastic and *F^J£j2"£!&22u**' |ect that the Plan Itmj, !,,:,,,„, ,.;h private righu -l ,hc tnee to the Pine 11. %  Development and T I fteived the approval of the Legislative Council, havbu beea Jas5ed by the House of Assembly during the .ours.,.f l.i-t month. "While it was too much to beautiful and hippie, place to Uva pUmant got no sympathy from in throughout > by me. his inconvenience ts paltry it that their houses or compared with what is at stake, ipots are kept spott ,,. ;% ri 5l hM h|N ,,„.„, Jrrth anthusdaati fjvery pai %  nd il is th< fcsiest thing in the world t< f>uint out %  mission", f am glad to nottci th.. qu tiv. of nnd property. 1 sincere! that for their own salvati, the common g to 2* acres and renters who Bl offer reason..^. %  olio qualify instead of sjn as hitherto. "It was with the same end in vhtw. namely Increased productlvitv. that pro\ I Rhe plan for %  Acme, a dairy raroi %  mk lines at th %  pilot scheme for mot for p Killtles for artificial IntenunMon—the exhlbibi from the CanKl Livestock station year's Exhibition provide an exaallent advertisement for tliis— fil under the auspices of the De%  ortment I am sure wish for i N lhl ...o experlei paat two Exhiif Agriculture in the Department bluom i. afti I 11 naultlnf peo• %  f Science and Agriculture has pic who have attended regularly been generally welcomed. Several for many years, I think that I can months an th, District thai in genera] the till 1 Station! were being rritistandard of the Exhibition has ciseri in my presence, and I pointbeen well maintained this year id out that ft was the Deputy n.rirat and Foremost on the debit was side are the caifliexhibits which duty were certainly not up to standard jl II regards numbers—45 I to with only our nt Section and. if Agncultuie Informs quality ,ilo. [be %  indaj I t ahoi Ited has also been disa) with the exception of thorn which Lave been i \ ith the i far neiow market Wiltshire Horn type. In I Caribbean area, let noctlon, the Director Is of the alone elMwnci*. that It simply was opinion that the siandnrd of sheep not possible to obtain the service* can be ereatlj Unproved by of an officer of the required enltcroaa-braecUni with tin '•re. introducrd Wlltahlre Horn breed. Tost Filled Bxhl .tors in "The improvement of the conthe SUCH Cine s. -, % %  :. were feu %  I service in June gave the ln number and did not strike me. i. which it i' layman, as beii.. never had before, of tilling the my opinion ha been confirmed !>y post adequately, although % %  ii I to il,;-"j then the Secretary of State gave a Tl too, un' W.'irniiM* lh:tf ln> wonlH iinl t'irul I'ise.t.e will IMkept • holeheaitcd co-operation of every memtier tnmun t> will lie needed to Proven! Itl spread. "Finally. I should like sincerely and whole-heartedly to o late the President of the B General Agricultural Socti r, K C. Ii<-heii ., prominent KAMI. %  nd also Mi It E. King and Mr. 1'ctcrkin. and pel all their many public i h id i helper*, whethi i foratib listed 'wn oo the Committee 01 not roc there ere many ladles whose help tod a ho ihould not be overlooked on putting on a tirst class Exhibition The) deserve well of thIsland. rsM> a ru %  l r.4*a.a 4 In*. 1.1 Rrdlam Id.-,. MB) KSaa. ..! %  %  I No II. A I I III OnIt. to/ AMncW 1 Ki i ll %  !. %  1 I'. OMI rl"l""-l Ul Uhl l'..Manl. CkSM Hl .... Ihr ll..i..pl,irv %  Mmi.iiuli> Inc. Kr ol Ih* llal I.I Dan a %  i S-r.l .1111-1 Ih. Mi II II Nn.i.,k um %  I III, ll.il-l... Ilant aw i. Ii Ihr Am I.UIa*. la In.l I sra.p.i... ., IIH... IN. PRIZE LIST (continued) Agriculivne lly entrusted with the of supervising these Stations .. falling off was hardly Io be > dered at. in view of thr failure to %  of Deporj Dlrecl became vacant over three Three years is a monihlbtti Dtrectoz ^. me. ill m-. i > :,. an %  aa A t'lMllrnar Cua iir.aanted i.. „..,i..i bhia I' K-oiila ollk M.IT. •Hill i F Il.ilaoi. (iovornmrnl IMI. A 1W 1 I %  %  ... ll%  y ii Brlltom inn tsa %  I I Mluftl.l. -l Hf l. ll. I ||BV > il>ra .1.. iiP %  .'ThM %  I " i I .* % II Ih. Uw MIE J... %  m ia as a*M, \ o i ruing that he "would not "tind it doubti (..ul In I the revised conditions. Io rlorUcultural the services of an omoi section, type required. 1 was aeSo much for the deott On ordmgiy relieved to learn that an the credit tide there wore so many -JncI J W S., ,o, s,,) j w. ftmAh officer, at present serving in Nyasaiand, to whom the Secretary Of State had often d the appoinlment. had accepted and would Incoming here early in the New Year, At Ihb stage, i ihould like from io pay a tribute to Ihe loyalty and conscientiousness of the l Kuittire, who has carried on bravely without a Deputy for gratifying, and the goats were up over three years. With the comIo last year's standard. It is good ing of the Deputy, the Department to SCJ of Agriculture outht to be able to being taken by peasants m lb' 'directions, notPoultry Scctloi llural Extension it will be k. pt Ing exhibits in Ihe vario lhat it [ %  dlrhcult, aa Invidl it any for partlculai Livestock • In the Livestock Section the i itandard in the poultry %  LM t-ri'u: Jtaocin :-• A ii ..-of Assembly reaches the Work, which It has been comI • Hook. Elsewhere in the pelled to "loft-pedar' through l % .. y. IT flan*. inection. bCn; earmarked for lOBIU fOT th* tNirchae of im U, ihe event Of Btoving successful. Water toiilrol Ac! f'l hope. too. that it lorn; i.'.v come. it o. ii.if. II r. L. 1 %  > UK | H.,lkrly Ltd. and I hope thai %  i.m u in the Years to M*ff*" l"" *"'' undrr yur Whin itT cornea W sugar -J .' %  fj | %  ms to I one a n ., •„... rasaaal iidmlniii H.-K-. Tht"A.II...I 1 |l Ml ,.. i;,—i ng I i ii -•• %  Hah II,..,,..i l-l SI ..,. | Mat nuwlr fl* %  %  si. Bl A.il PI K.a 4 lai ll.a., 41Aillflrt (1 ..i.f'H ..i i haww %  ,. l-l A Ih ...r 1 1 l-l A iHv\ ..1 ,. Iasa>i ISl A %  Ml i Was) i'.-,. iA wa •->• • n %  I %  •t Car Bhtph rrd to i i -. i ii ii in i 1.1 A 11,11,%  %  0 S. Ko i rn i.iKi 0 SS A 1 %  Mi w il < Ktiglalttl, I .%  K U \~%  Uraaa Cup, lair Mr II A AMhi.r 111 l-ulli-t ., B* | i %  i II No %  %  II I %  live* of Un i 1 I II Al ot b %  "Although the outer rover o the Priu -i Ihe Agn cultural Exhibition, page 3 show that it is really an "Agriculture and Industrial Exhit r later seelions. with U* msiatulatc Turner Hail Plantation for again wiiiiuug the Challenge Cup preitcd ing the Ihe ich n I regret that I a i> %  Wve stab;-. |a the. matter and will d, %  >t to let the grass grow Meanwhile, the removal of the Tourism •referential custom, duty on -I alao like to say a word SI feeding itufJ ord <* *" on Tourism A Some.relief u To writer In the daily n Eevert to the Central Milk Depot 1 know that Sir Allied Sa was bitterly (usapi 1 ir"s propossli tnent onr' S sU fall through, and, %  my* %  Medially %  matter in which Oo arnment should not !>e exnerte-i Mi %  1*37161. S. for its stool plantation Ii obtaii of poinU %  a, with s >n lor us stool of i Pi -I BBS II.I l \-. I OfcAD l-i H %  Rl All AMI I OSftl nnNIRV fi B.4744. In regard to vegetables, again former winners have held oft challenges from all quarters. Mi h ii Brathwalb II ..n Hall having won the P petual Challenge Cup for garden i vegetables for, i think, the fourth Sl i. ely Innocents Hoys' School winning the School Cardan's competition for the sixth successive year I intend to visit tins School and congratulate the itaff and boys personally as soon %  ]<( BullU'lrDamUa S Cow. sa p*t R..I I'rad. > I : ii Lid, and uihl 0-T BM I i %  %  i i n. I Oil till la llrrf, : 1 M'llara. I -'•! printed and which I commend to membera of the public are interetcd in the subject. av be said lhat these projects are airv and nebulous: I hope that those who speak at this funrs will be able to point back to this day an it 11 i iw tne beginning of better thing*, to come. : I i "In passing, I am glad to see that St. I. iMOl won third place in this competition— it is good to see lhat gnl* are beeomirtg keen on gardening nnd •ire holding their own with the boya, In the Peasants' Vegetable Gardens the news that the outstanding garden belonged to Mr. hall of Eckstein's Village. St Michael, will cause no surprise, and th. %  j w Bi *i HI \M OKI I ll o MAaAarri mnrr llun !• %  Miaad lai-v l*Hl brMd. 3 !••*• Hid W Grli %  . %  %  B (I Tuinv D-ry 1 Wll Stop Pyorrhea in 24 Hours ... i i aaiM N w n II : .. l-,|(l |,|. I i kH-airr tnd %  l( V I) m-ai.i lal ChaUaa la. i i II II lAi pan sw HI M I '. eitoioi.R M-nt niv t 1 la iMliln "" t 1... 1 laalkd 1 K n 1 % %  I 1 V 1 1 1 t IMI %  resM i" 1 1. .-,. 1. -1 *. \R I \SI %  1 I.H 1 11,11 1 and %  aalrd l l-yi III111 11 ..I I .111 I IT, 1 S.. yj A H|ir•< aw r V. >C I ,. laai % ii-.i aaaeue r-. -..1.1'..I t|..w HALL'S DISTEMPER Is a recognncd first grar/e WATER PAINT Bsing c.l l.ojed. any ol applif Mion •nd ol out 11 ami mj COvSTJng Capacil r it ii ideal/ lufced for tit Inlar^K datorat -• awpOSM oKara a high ilandwd DM Rnfati b Jai-ad, STOCKtO Bf ALL THE LEADING STORES SISSONS BROTHCRS A CO, LTD, HULL. ii. (..ii i • • %  -1 II %  .-IM, Ihi ?! AIKMI". MOM i.irni IMU l'"ii I %  ,.| Amoian rorPyorrhi i TrenchNei "ul, f'o li| T. Herbert ltd Fartor. 1 A to r a (o. fUnUtloi ) Ltd Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE C.JFTS i the purchi K. Hi th. (iift. LOUIS L. BAYLEY 1951 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY ADVERTISEMENTS WD CHANGES IN LISTINGS CI.A* • IV—'. ,I^'l J Si I %  1 *f ...ll... I ..-! % %  .a,-far.. If KI ins Mi. I .mplwll. i *inr. lasa W rrn. i • ,i Bank o tacadi %  %  boints out, acain and aiiain. witli iroportunatt insistence and un diminished faith. Tour; "*T Wind's I after Aaricult thele-ider nWtti*HaJI, St. Thorn:. :w -arvee ere adapting n uiisui'. %  ire set"|\, 1 ndustry *''"* *<-c"cnt examples to the rest Msnhai It is both a! %  %  %  B IMUNM. i PffOM .-I '"allrna* tup. won nirnal y and %  n*i of th. put up everysinul' c %  i fOl Bl.imre the pi Itself. A nrojrrt like this will 4y have a much I -.rr-tucers c Hwrnsclve^ to th<**•• %  or a oounr) Sit 1 : thai %  i %  marketing org i the Island, and everything possi blc should be done to i Its frowth. There hi no in* the fact that contented visi ton (I prefer the word to torn n thtm myself in the ear future and see their %  *' %  %  r I | l:l| ,. "I am glad to note lhat there Unbar of entries for the Peasant holdlns ar.d that the eener il u hiahr r than in previoui years. Among of nd mixfarming lines, and I am told adju ial MM vr-.p nly .-ire prom back again, but suggest to thei friends that they shouli! The converse Is true, of I dream of coming that tho task un himself, but dissi:: Irora doing so. Now n the tourists wol keen and other terra-.• spend much more money and Brithwai'make more inteniive efforts than Lucy, who won the ttrit prizes in l.l and I..d l;.*da KV>w %  •'"•• • iBi-ral.aalkai %  ..o.n 1 .i-M.h.I. ralraalfew J II "ia.naon. Ind ART* *Mi HMHi R\ll. i '. Wad.u and I... I H-dl-lSMaa Ka.d'd Ta-/—-al Pall* IBBIIII M ii'HM • y SWril l u il O.alUr... I II..„ v..I %  %  ins (tow itwtd in Ba>b*d'i Hill > 'airy. NS A r-'i^l I .1 rhallrnae Cup. pr%  iM—I l.v Mill J ll i rar.dlrr li U* %  t Jama No S A KtMTUI Pn 0* Si SS Will b %  won Jr,hn D Owldard MANICURE SETS in beautiful leather • cases Red, Blue, Black, Brown, etc, Remarkable value! Sec Your Jewellers V. ll. LIMA .V IO.. I I II Ti.r auantloii ..r the Public Ii f;,c-i tii.it ..in Si.ir \i;.ui, conn, II with th,Ci.. %  on and ill AdvartlMiiiaatc I islinys in lltsphiv (Hi iI ) %  I In Ihe lephona Dim < alcalal Adi.riisiim („.. iii,i„.) i.id.. .,f Jamai Siiaet, Bridgetown (Telephone 5134) t.. whom all enli.iuM !. %  .,'Ml|..s.iil CHIP I ;,liin: with Change* ill i MI ild, howavai. Ihe Trlr|lhol,c i aaaj P.O. I PLEASE NOTI FINAL DATE FOB SKNI)IN<; IN Chai IMI DIRECTORY is UM 31M .,1 hi I I Mill It 1952 thin CUafi Chaa g aj Eaira •I !„ %  mad.-. M Hi ind tl Marl id St. TH, BARBADOS TELEPHON.: Ct, I Ul. /,',-/.'//////



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I Kilns I'H MBEfl i HAKIiAlHIS UIV.H Ml PACE FIVE Acting Governor At Industrial Exhibition Stresses Need For Private Investment In Creamery Project HIS V the AduiK (,ovcn..>r. Mr. R. N Turner I Id members of the Agricultural S-iriety at the il projects like a Central Milk Dep :.-iy and Central Markclniii Aenc>" I have a much belter prospect of succ* umnutted itself to the extent of Inv. Hii Ei addressing %  US -_ __ ^ii4kk>|i I li \" A I ..i thii -JIM t t ll ISCST .rm.e i show &*• WiUllIUBB and t: %  %  > i / %  I %  W. H. K A the Speech Day and Prlxe, in he was met Giving „ f „,,. s M-m Mb I Mr. IL I. Kb ,, r Mrs and other members of the ComN(les printed tinPrtu „ group of song* by the School's At it. S. A. *"*d Osborne. followed by a number -ITS. Turner. of recn.iions by pup'ls of the III M IIOOIII ^ IBlHHHflHB' n 'QjPJFFUSfOIJ 1 L h u ) i ^f i 3 % %  ^ %  *> • Governor adrha play "The Buecau men •naeUd. 1! I Kin,. Vic rntUmX tha ,.,, ,.., lh cnanic ter ! %  I moved the Vole of „„ part w( n l a n n %  b utod the prize, to the Mr. Bethel! .aid: pupl ,, „, cr whlc |; he Head"II it my pleasant dlltj on lie„>.,.„. Mr A s. Smith gave hi. ncultural Society nfnn ID his report Mr. Smith spoke %  I ol the work o( the school, which > • %  factory In of many handicaps. Jhe . %  hirti standai.: ire a e. I mlht be however lhal .,„, „ hoo r attendlargely depend, upon the .|U..liTv ,,f its .talT mi I THE BARBADOS RF.DlrrusIOK SERVICE won ,rat pnxe In the boothexhll'lted al the Annul Exhibition ye.terday. The.r *]o,an "relax with BediHu.i.'n" t?aa w.l! it.-in.t.'d an ahown above. Rediffusion Booth Wins 1st Prize At Exhibition afc th, %  to-da lid also like t M J elaUoa'a booth attracted a great cond pru TinbootB. 1 bej bed many Mr. ('. A. Ooppin Bock from I .A. liuxiiu ss I rip IJusCoiuIuclor Fined £10 For 0\4'rlou CIO fur n a bu.1 to carry 31 on (X-lober 6. plct.levl guilt> i M rt* .0 months' lmllh hard labour. Knu Kell Mr. O. B Oriflrtb tald bin th.t* ,. nd with hi mid ask Un %  %  %  %  tag ( .f thi if Kai .. white u I tea Reed on tx-tobrr I INI i \M Ml 111 ni of Apterda> Their Hot \ Veu ind Mr. A. J. H H.uiwhell reversed the decision %  Hi Wi | Ml C I W.,. .1 District \' who nned Aiberi liiwn ^, tl 30 .if. • to be paid in M day* t.r 14 days' Imptisonment with bow tor not keeping t< -ide of the road while d'iving a motor lorr>' on July 13. I SSI. n %  a ti mli 'ti tta i %  wlthoul prejudice, ftnolhoi %  ..:' %  %  i ivlng a lorry ageJi %  d Ithoul prelu HI *foran p Mi w ,: %  .. ri %  i.lssed thi>i .., %  DRINK k DJ0Y COOLING & REFRES?!INr 'HU: Tl* : it lit tOO mr.M %  .I! on ,.t sma lined £3 I -1 TI | %  i lOfunenl i" Hi Mi c; i, Orlftfth to %  %  %  Uve* %  l %  %  Bank uppll that in the ni-IK-aled Club, vertteed %  %  %  % %  Ran motor quart. %  old Scholars' AssocUUon, the oil nd at the eUmodin „jll,rfv, • rta Club, and a liibricetlon guide which instructBemaet ;,iy rortned Parent-Te Bematex 1 lion ell ol .. v useful puriKMtes. .stall was another endance tofi>auch to be Messrs DaCosta I CoUd's were buUt Into tl :tJ !L ,1 SS <'-"' There wa. only a good which adv., I during eaamii the booth [acturon to the narentnii'l ">••" dtoflayed the Lucas tn.tt.Tv '""'U 1 -tri*T .>tTaeV%  i. III the I'ark an.tti night • horn %  led to aunoat do On the lawn neei the Park tt" %  %  t \ UMM ot d music, was agricultural %  Sales and Service Ltd. which is rat to i ivo In along Th with the • %  ;< 1,11)1,11 l>-0 bt^.,, silling sill ,,i II,M. .1 1ft. %  %  ..in... should h.i'. been two i enee -.Mil.IN Bush Hell. the POtarda) thai %  ton i-eit tolen tan bfti %  i in hronl %  % %  32 ',, ,.;,.rri.,it., to lend their children i; ""' Th. ran attnetad 1( years to cimie our Exhibition will •^^ ^|J* p ^ 11 i, r ',"_ T he roll -oil bl Afferent motor norna on the varioua I-'I%  m SB tie was |l Mr. Bn pressing his Ii rial m name. Cattle Show \ in %  % %  leultui i t and %  •dock breeder i .. i %  would like n i> be, but •nade and dx.ut the must iii,... %  f the dlS' I i Imate, i %  i • draw at" hich can and might senn. iv ..tTe.t not Khtevernenl only %  ny In this hool regularly. ,i the begylnnuu of the %  %  led U *l it had %  d |o III The average attend. % % % %  hooi eoiini. r. People wen big %  %  %  : | Od members uf the Board of Managerfor then >" "Second Home" Mi r. B %  %  tract !" ra t" be There Three Hospital Domestic* lift urn had ~ present i which be praaeora %  cans carl and wheel hi acond I mne." type tractor emoag Ota other agn. i to the untinnH seal cultural equipment on diapl gad the abllKv of the Hraditer who mhh high which wa* situated IUMIthe Lake. ijbi: M •Harrii wheel NUeg then inoke "f the &eetora and other aoulpmenl by of the School. It th.same eomDany. had pro. i Prayers Mr. MervUle CempbeU, an r !" **" !" d *heel tractors and i %  %  i n %  %  i in %  returnli Prol man of Mlddleton. Bl Oe At COIC Hill. kiim in Bni %  l i. iM .. i-. a, .. QutnlyrM D un ot Bl I %  %  %  i ....,, i ., ,, Irani : is ra' which w.c j...ih M. Talma's mothai The Juds %  ',( %  |l,ir fur Tl %  i pa thy. Knlgh! ol I •Jj 1 I-land Scholar who is ,.' %  K LeettllH Maahee • at a Among the booths which S^SS "*3 w > ' %  '' "> %  IL £ ,hl r' ; O***" c:rlffllh a P rM *' T %  "•>: '> '"• Public Ubrary. Tnte booth 2f> by the a .,. lnw in h( UK< Mr CcrU WM sl t U( ,ted on the sbun irarrtite coming tl who wu awarded his bottom storey of Queen's Park ..ght or. the toM or shoes M.B.E. at nc age of 2 7; Mr. House. 7, in n *e!rX. n \ bov, l ierl Humphrey Walcott. Chief proThis year was the I '"-• < Uition Offieer, Mr. Louis Lynch, flrsl attempt at running a booth. P %  "<>' IVinirpal of M.Klern Hi R h School. ?!, Betty %  G nfiltli wtW to be cautious and to report any Mr Bcrrv Thorpe, of the Visual charge of the booth, encouiaged rumalS to the Alrtl Section Of Department of members of the public to bom* present Education and many others. books from Mr. Nlles hr>ped that the school On show was a liook of cartons ,n would go i angth to adileh u Mrangth and ended by extend"' l>">oks in the Adult Bert ing the aaaaon'a greettnsa to the aiiother book showed the the types of books to then , they Open Day Government Vet. In ou condition we cannot afford to take chances Foot-and-mouth tin us. "i ahould like to thank the ... %  is Commitaudience who per( %  "* I"* c K T..:.. : -he Bc\* deed: and you will permit me a g R. Ripper. %  Ken m i i f the Dog 1 d ine much .... %  .on. Power And Fuel St. Mailln'.s Boys' School on "We have been toM mat BarWednesday afternoon la %  : %  bade* Is on a bath of on, we Open Day and priie-glvi:. nlng of a rvi>ort. -the headm h will make the tap the charurtng ii.ethodi. in edorati-.n hope 'he HOW utd rt-mmde.1 pgtent %  "( power ihraudi all boyi r that standing s I i,,ty. eech w might rommuiulv and the aroo able to boast of-the Indus,,... m )mporUnl M thc toW yer, OT the tear, • deed parents and , .ontlnued .upporl. The aetaoo %  U .Hum. of th,'Moon%  ... H indiwdtb Annual J*' Carol, and No,r.. Spiritual.. " r cif* s-ial Wellare. Omcer. Mr. a. he*d C. D. Spencer. Inis>ector •) IH) paxe 7 Sole In \i,l Of OU UatiUu Home be wiii .m that oc co ato. %  nol told .it la i a are arranged in a s*iow cos* at taar and f ut on sale over the I : the The show case this %  tti icnve background of Toys include • %  -.es. and %  %  ash trays and other misceUane-r and a ous Items on sale. ). %  II.. said that ter Royal ! Brat year th. %  %  • %  Mnooihiv, but when bwy a i Aaaocia transferre-l to the i HJth they i perienced some hard : Tneir most dlOeuJI time In th. U.K. the, ship was delayed and they hi to pay £2. If) rooms which %  fortable tod a) %  Their M • to h.r 1 ,i %  \ grit makitiL tup. pv 'o b • l nol prepared to i %  %  it %  well with the • i.lIgS I..I both ouujoing and tog >. %  il lu.uid mitigate %  ICECREAM TODAYS PINEAPPLE CREAMS KNIGHTS SODA FOUNTAINS PHOENIX ami CITY PHARMACIES aaittHQ^y^ ii the lousdisiAl Sigi 4 all. See th?m at Our Cosmetic Counter t setsaaata < rack-r. h.hi.n-; two phial* of perfume in three Sillrent prrfumiSSSSfftSSSBSBj Bl in a most uir..inr bow. Dusting l*o\*dir willi Pull l. t Tale (ioya Hand < ream #>ift Bon arllfa Peeremr Bowl and Hand <.roan < hrbt. mas Cards v. ilh 2 phials of Perfume. Twin Set uiih OSM Perfume and Lotion, (fitarlet set with four 'lifferenl perfumes. LOVELY LINQERIE QIFTS CAVE SHEPHERD & Ca, Ltd 10. II. 12. 13 Broad SirMt. Art Silk Slip, %  :.:,, Art Silk Hull S -. IT II Nylon ii.ill MM -H.I An Silk r.n.i i. 83r. I. |LM N\l.m I'.inli.N •-'i'l I. HJ| :^ Nv llos,. 42, 51 .III.I i." IMIgi vvilh .l.irl. oiillinrd llci I-. il.uk \IIMUV of dark II. il. Ir.nn |U3 In (J IS pair Pop, silk lli> >:' la lii S2.63 '. -i|t',." All Silk Nlfhtlft 1.93 lo MM HARRISONS N — Dial 2352. • Il ::i



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PACE rwo r. Mill iDOfe mux \n I Kill \\ QtViib £allinq „<7I~ STARS %  .-VDB i VI It, I.I last I I %  %  %  %  i Mi m M R PR] Of Ml %  %  %  It. %  |. i tving t*n>ti Loufhbe< NMr I Central F uiatrj LM ftxiiminiilmii M i< PIUEDOII Mrrriir.si M SI Clair III.,! K Ml : K Thornton %  lall Bi patai re> nirm-ri from Bi hi lh ,, 'Mir, > tArm. „ •,$ %  ". Bwt % %  (. a .,.„ rM'W nthi Uu v lM* liidyint f" 'I % %  i. n Bhortl) N'MVIMV UW) look lin lion nmt %  %  •oh (n January. I'tilhf Hit" h-niii f HHJl: Film Unit .m i dOl from Timid.. I i % %  B W I I %  %  %  \isit Tli. reel of Ml Caribbean and have glread) covarea Trinidad and Jamaica The) worr ..i %  Mi H I'WIA Tnimambtn of the Unil com. S rllttv Mr T Ashwoo.1. Mi A olfe, Mi S 0 I Ml IfleRean By AN6REW HOPE BILL M1LI.1NIITON (DamWrllr-ky/Lonl Daugain and hiWtfa Blafly (P.aihiu> Dtiwdmgi • n,.iy *p|>ari'd In Th Third Visitor 1 %  Bridgetown Pi wJticft op*nid li nlftat st tn* Umpire Theatre. MRB KATHLEEN TOPPLE \i'MUalrun IrWrv* M HS KATIII.KKN ln|'r;.| arrived) from England res%  i ornlBi by Uu i>, firaaw i<, taatg bi-r %  ppolntrnent Matron of tinV.v, BBMBM Warehouse to in,, i ii.i wat Mis Ann Mnllci who had bern Arttnn M Mr*. Tempi,, has iui eom :, % %  St TT* II Fl %  !, ti whim m tu I bt -i %  pail lour years .is Depot) Mut %  '.'i,.', %  • )! %  : IhU o> was in thr A>m\ Nutinfi Service*] Ml VIIIK .,i. M i lot na Hi Ml %  tO UM W.st hull. looking forward mtrj n uen lo i. i f throo % %  .1 Veto CaWVfa A ltfUVlNt; from BogJ ,n,i ^%  iiK In UM |tr QlHM I has i MM to take up %  ippotni' i terata of tin C thedral Htwas x ihiMirn. Mirer bovs and a gnl I Hev. Potla wa* .t slni • < %  ., in lhe Hlark Walrli t'uw-ii r„ ffrm&puclwi I of si I LOOM C I r.nffllh. of ihterhool who th, and of this term. yesterday OVOMBH] M i iicpuU Dlrectoi ol Mm ditMi th. oMwrinj athJfa Mr. o. c. SVhonK pal M t Mr Orifnth Th. .upoiiuiu' hi preaem bti • W r which ; to \fi"r thrm Huiiih* B ACK in UarUid.i-, after apOnri % %  %  Eugliind with oai p.iK-nto fanuU and frwnd %  %  ol Kminio hih H:.thsh*h., tl tnornim I" UM B I>r <;rjr i in hwo children WlUiam Mi In,. ',|.i Carfb that *hv Inunanarly 1 it was ncliinj; liiKhtfull. OM U K Shr *aid lh.,w-; nnvelt> for hfi two child ran who thr iral lime Speaking of hvi Ui| from Ihe U.K nhr *;>; win rough foi the AM ball Of 0* lournrv hut ihc remainder u< good OaeJ AvjfM /A. ltul„U,y M l Kngland M rttUTlMd .e-lerdit. *H the De Ormaar During h 'mam the loured the 1-ak. Ui*tiict and %  %  VUca Rudduck M its PftSDOll NORTH and i:;iiott ratunod from England jri rh rda; t %  > Dr Uraaae Tli. n .-jii .i.i abroad. -Lmd l'< tni Oe ira-r %  Ml 1 I Mr. Wd TrtaMad lo take up an appoiniMan.mi Cahlp ani Wirelea*. Trinidad. Just about seven years ago, Mi Webb was stationed in tlai-bad, He was Deputy Engineer. Cable and Wlrele**' Branch at St. Lawrence. He was accompanied by his i son. % %  %  • atari %  %  • eiria %  %  ' %  %  plained thai I %  Mi %  ,-i u was o %  WilU-m Ml hi* pen with an %  ll> un9ANDWII in B Wiih StfyaJnaRM PAKE, to %  %  nslon in I in A %  %  l %  If thl' I'M Ihe mm. ilted rVadatlcfc who ha i ; 1 %  ter — i . WHS ..imut my age — uy M He %  Muncthinj; ahaM dOM Ud tw had a iiifin Blind Ra knew ery wound: and alghl sond' brj her side. In should wake in the night and %  am food. %  "ing. when her i.tiuianb. of no nf iila |i rbu on fru%  iRd I KUKarated a rat" UM oounaai aUava Ihere was. I > ^..ul siuxi %  %  i *J % % %  %  %  %  motru* •• oullook ir %  •n brnrati rp-ai vav ?i %  M*I a w .rtw 1 •erklMPr-r(•iMb.iK ara •.• %  • %  •uuui ima- irvOOr i>f as*tia Jaaa >/o/>* \yIons tor Xorwvgians By JAMES IHKILtTI NORWtGIAM ml%  %  they did in SepU-mbei. The Swedi<-i girl. "w ar.v gaWng M ISS M < M OVD mingh.-fin .in iv.d ti i aaj i i tha ie Offaax Qrd WhO BOW liv" It i %  ; bail %  i Domuuea frlaBd Dw u ol lh,De Orawae she has connaetwru to Doinlnlca. bul Iba 'till ho|i lhara foi CbMatakai aaMnwhUi %  ,,. borl i n Barbodoa Boa I ih,bunora Hotal I palnl v of tve.mlifiil seenery in DoaUn HI try her me of lb %  (Ti'i On /A../i.Al.v MRS C A CHBNERY uiiNig UM 1 %  nivinii lu're yesterduy morning I N MHBg M M RINI i 'HAH I ANDY Of %  I and ( • :..i morning m the De Oraaae i Dark home nfler speoon-: Ofteetha United Kindnm '. mandv look a tours* it %  the London Pol*%  Rral In,, A 19^-YEAH-OLD N H Valanuna front Rn| He Graaae ho : %  • %  l*le and Wireless, nan assistant YETT o, Mcnlserrat who 'or man^ years hai been residing la England arrived yeterda> DQ tin lie draw, she :s n nagfa li I it IXirlng her sta> \> ill tv th, uin V H. Ini 1 View, r Street. : %  famlli. ineludlna Mi 1* 1 who has racantu taj HI Na York. it tin *fiT 1 Watt bn BMaH iiu Ml I'vett incnl m,, tn-nvli 1:'IIII*UL Triititkitl M il. It V VICTOR, i BtJBntcd Ki.'inh 1' morning by the SS He Uraaae nrotn Prance mtransit foi Tnmit.id to lalo Empiri(ban 1 AusiiaUa %  *-'• %  w nylons lh.. I 1 Septetii bar, .•!'.i> tail 1 expect to get fewer and rawer and fewer of them. REASON British n>.... IngB now aell more ag Huttah cars It. Trade nguras public show It 01 aald overseas last afeanl *t—* aalM leaped from %  • riiro la .',-HOao 4—ru aMir* Hoard of Trade, pi.'" \'i %  I I ^ CROSSWORD s I C 5 ^? T 1 Listening Hours iitinu nrt IMHH CM I C!" f -I Ih. I e^w > p 1 r MM r m. e.ti*i %  1 1 Mmhwi Nawy Pveanuaaai IS p m Th> Top Tutvr.. %  t p HRoiM^-tip. J p m TTtt Ni M,")* hMve I Wr.l laOMi ti%  T-nk aaaaa ^ %  t in* aot aog. II %  antauaw. oaouaM. |Bi M*t to loetuda %  faau nf tU < %  mt*ioa bfotan paiiaT I4J i'.rmuiaa. 1J1 ^^ luaj u.e mao u praaa. ahi Sid.-.'.onallr tl lap neari or 14 ft) Nd u> pout out. (W V.terrd whan a lara* aotnbrdtpendad. (?i Ada* w na-: q rsie that 1* -pen. .. DBW -npugti to try a eaU* 16 aaaaa uaaes an* calf nippy, (at -lain* w:.*i, m naimaea. li i':ac*Oia iba Uttioor*. Ill J'OlwajUB nurwry Ago**. **l MhDcanab '* %  '-< %  ( ia ,) : IUUOB banal (4i tree ISI i'., ; u „%  1( !!Hi -. %  I1IS.' fl, .row oOt (41 jaemMlTr IMIsraaca Oa*a 1 1. RapMaaji i"(H'iiri 4. UMliaj •wst.r 15 Wa> If. Laaa hfa I %  I adds :%  r-. tnai aandwunes were aerve 1 gl half-|a.-t eleven O'clock %  %  iild have I %  %  MIST \KI — b\ C'rippen PROM eeetle fn A l g!,l Ballev %  Mei • 1 %  write 1 %  %  %  11 Crlppea baa HsUdrop-eri %  ceni HoUowa] md aaarnad from UM poUco Up the % %  %  tlnit sent %  Crippen, having poi*"' aaaaoea, acted her bat in quicklime in Bul he mede Mfc* He slaked the lime — put water in It — and *o UM remains laaaaad ol daati Major Mercer remembers as 1 boy at Harrow nol leni gfta UM BOW, War. listening lo | s|eech by nn Old Hurrovi.,n win IKMI )ut been elected as M.F for Oldham. and overhearlns say: "There 1' 'her Harrow Prln M in later." The MP. an Winslon Churchill Those Djy> gaoW to Ihe MercerYatea touch. He has siyle he has grace, he hei %  1Hhough they occasionally betray him as in" this extraordinary piece of dialogue gQOUl a crooked %  II iiLicknu. "So he was Bill hi w gentleman* He was ai one ol tie eiy best public schools." RFKRY AND CO They're there :i!r'. whole bik in done 111 dialogue, ti 1 not Major Marcel %  npaari BI l>e lellint from his 11 f %  1 eharueter named Boy ide.1 by his Other Self. ti rofha i in ta w Bat i pi eaaa rom did aot know, Major Mercei-DornfoTd I*B*M I ihe begetter of a cult centred M tha characters of Boy and Berry and then eTftvea In the piige> of Mereor-Yutei Ih.> women are adorable an adored, the men are witty IOC in the way* o Weir aagral Their world of eternal vouth aeHara the grass Is always green and the sky always M ttu> world of post-war Europe Ma|o r Merrer found that out when he tried to resume lh, Qood UfC m France after his 1. • k THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER A DlSORUrrTLaaTJ irfaatn m restaurant asks 'Hy whal bit rn aftaaa could what -rnbed as hare-soup oi th menu turn out to be some Kh-'h w • Hush. Iitil. one H was no error "Hare soup' nds more dart in cur • %  MOW, 1 gnd nowad.iys only the nost tiresome gourmet will no dlffatasjce. You canno xiiect rattaurataun to provid planntory footnob to fhg DW Btl I I I fl 4H in*. iKl.lnwis in O\M:KII>, 41 In.. TAtanswi .-I'RTAiv uion %  nn ooffTOM nwcti N IN WIIITI* ( 0*1 u,\ NIII 1 i-. i 111,11 1:111 111 in :, WIIITI 1 0TTON SHEETS KII v um S.2!i & snsn l(,l,n KID lllMs M a um sU.Dtl III 11 sill I tS N x IM -. :.' ri \is WIIITI: PILLOW ( \M S Me. & 98r. um 11 PILLOW CASES COLOUKKD Ml Ms MI; FIIIHK IM\TIHIs. 1 s 1 n IlLM II ll. C inv Sill Till I fl li ins. $21.IM *4Ct*t0tt*< T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORE BJ ^^^ Phone: ii^— 422,1 ^^^ ^^^ NATURES HALF ACRt %  I'nniril in I '.hnn ..1... Illr PhllllHU ll„. >U.l N.llirrS Ollldm.t Sp*. If* GORDON EDDIE 9 ^'"^^'""^"""^"O"^ '.WDnLDDnMCkl fi A <• ni STaRMl VOTIKIX The fasnionable Vermouth Chase away coughs! TWO WONDERFUL RgiVIEDtfS Zubes Cough Mixture IwflWI %  thai r.ipitlly soothes ixaveaakwl chest. oh innil> childumiBt lyrap. Be ,•; /uivCough Zubcs Cough Lozenges to lake, they make short throat iriltalions In pockei ifHtl lh Zooei arc ready to he popped mio >itur mouth at the fint ,T ion: throat, C -' AND %  ray earn Bie aga 2UIES INHALER in si. hc.it! In a lifts. fgOM ALL GOOD CHEMISTS AND STORES I r.Ulr>\N.. .V I l> .J.*t<"J>ll ,, p I z I P.nl 1 I AI I f..inl<,i Efldlo %  aoi i .HI//1 1 s Mil I lll\HKima i<>\\\ Johnwm BOPU %  aaelal Wall Dlaney H II m II II I Mil .TurhiiMwlori i Kill, III \ar oi TIII ai i, II %  -IMS.. II". r \*i vi r. llOrtS |.\l,..|> w BARBAKriLS I Imai HI -si I I |., .]-. ,\ 1..,. ..li..' I 4 45 A ID pn [ n-td '-AMEKON h TORT OSAGE Ca seao a wi I Bis Arlloii Thrtllrr -,i ;,,.... AliaTh* i HAMr iiininni" r<>rstand n\\III %  I II: o mi i Mfdnii* fat I till I.Ot'H si ;WM bit*.. BtttU V 11.11 IMI MlltlOl I Rwafej l-in* BOOB4I I III 1 I Kl V OLYMnc ..i Kara %  ROW KOVAL 1.,., i .v a is %  1 laili I'll "IIIIIUMI To-dav .„,(. in..ne* 4 So a so Republir Act,.. SAMSON AND DELILAH w'l'i*.,,. i,,!,\,. i..lor, ln atarrina lied* Larutr IHAIN IO AHAia DAKOTA hi Y.,", LO-1 PATBOl an. • =s-asr is?-.?. Double Dln 1 "n-"*'" Z llll.I) MILS HI IUMI M %  %  %  • roar or roRTt raisvi %  %  s \ni inn II MA 17./ • %  I/IIVV VI \ Ml I s IliON i~ ash MeDonald On" Mnireei I'OMtMII !" "! m, l Oai nii-M. s.u i ..II ri g or %  "•' HON g Hllt'ANtil r.iri taarttag UM Yvi ro PAY •a B : HOBl A BRAND NF!W 111(111 TENSION' DOUBLE AND CONWUHN-I MARIL [very Inch a Woition ( KHO WIDMARK • nURUYN MONROE ONROE Every Inch a Star. "^DotCt 2o and BUS Ml IMS Ol IHI ll\-N Robert DRU Another ORANIi MID NIOHT TOMORROW LOOAI. TALENT ON PARADE Frer .cd Cold CokaHold 7'"" tar Csrtan or HEINEKEN BEEP. nd thP Wra "HBAVsTX 3 ABOUND THE CORNER



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nSIDAY. DEC EMBER 12. HS2 BARBADOS UiUHATE I'M.I IIII:II >" %  ' r STOMACH upsets When the xomsch >• ,ip~ • at %  revult of heper-acidity, a doae si D Will** Antacid Powder will dii[fif the i>.in aad diMreta up; lil awaj FUiaJcocc. heart bairn and mdigeabon a> aooie of Lw •ymptom* (Sal thia nrrN of acid in Ih' stomach can bring initatraln De WitfaAnuetrJ Powder aoon nejtialiaei the acid and at the tame time other ingredient! in the well, balanced formula aouthe and protect the defecate viomarh lining Get a tnppljr right away. g> ANTACID EH I POWDER Lfl ttmmtm Ann mV Soofiei Stom, BRITISH HONDURAS ECONOMY Citrus Exports Are Increasing 7 JOIriT CHIEFS OF STAFF CONFER LONDON. Sunn Cm* Volley, described U window' of BrWafa H united to be tha icene of tl i twnag in tht col says Uw IM1 annual repoti pun ontn IT*. Cil cleared land plant, concentration plant for Orange and tTwpCfiruil | Velio.. • for ui* Bwty Iron hon-e • Hi MM nrrdrt Ca riyeMi • r\ or the i % %  At the Colonial iv %  %  I Ait. Vuta, October. I0S1 awnta to the i raecnad ::i ooo rtei nthU In,11 regular!) i %  Lominurtists Damages Estates A little mustard LONDON %  %  lymn rubber aKatat during %  (.! %  lll.V. %  mpeUad I 1 al 1 MV.MI.~I m Uw annual wood, valued al S3.K4eJIM (I'WI^71 '"'. I S£ nd Kl'. 1 %  %  iMckbone ol th. country'1 c* my, and. in last, i product! incldried i .'j.3 i feel..; tunbci and "lit ion 58S>; I'd .it tnojui (cnrstT) l.'n nl Ituildiiii: %  %  %  %  I'llV II. Ill fl'l I III I r bean 1 a* irated mrisu to Into ihe Isti rut a mora bmmtu 1 .iopen, anead economv and much attainimprovement in civilian ranriuo ilon has thrrerorc heen given tn 1 ajw| .„, Incraaei Ln Uw Bo* at programme of road build inu with information enabled %  anfng up naw area* Forces to aenlavi battai raautta rnr ajpieultuK. During 1951. a n i hl %  nll-lcrrorun 1.1 considerable progress tno R cport %  lh ;,i the ma ~ n nwortani roa he Uvat of the inhabit. I .1 ;..| tarter in tne campaifin.' WHS 111.Hi.' linking Roarinu weetern Dunrtct with stann Creek and the Middlesex Valley, m thai this potentially rich arc;* •ill have, for the nrttt.me. land D-M'<"UJ prolongation of communication with the capital *".' emergency the economy o* contiiiu.11 %  Mfti I,IM( lATist PHOTO inn nwiiauad too J Lanrtau Gee Hoyi s \ %  %  e: Oaa Omar N. I an P/uHaa ... u nif|ihulO| Singapore Has The Best Annual Report %  i %  pore' This iauuid Colony M;IS ;U HI: ptodUCpd Ifat ''Iv the leporl C tin* tlull and iintn^nfirurtlva docunatnta produi i ther Colonial. the Sii tor Iwl la pi 11. th< the rpporl %  %  %  Oil Source Vo. 2 \otc Bt rillllMIK rl lls 1 PJDON Trouble In the Mid.il. \ • In the I of I li "ii 1 Onl> ' 1 King rrUal 11 opened a tit the Mciileri.mean. carrying 14.000.000 lon.< of oil a vear La run ba %  %  rniah fa7.0OO.000 lr*i %  In O a f o r o Va tr aal T\ %  -h;ires arc intcrnationHUJ owned, with Britain holding %  Tim 1 how UM capH I Analo-lianian Royal Dutch Bnell I {In which nuiahi holds 11 %  an MM i:.ivt-(Nineiit PJ %  %  lie caplUI belooap to Mr %  I V.Mi. Baal oil .nd give* \'. 1 %  %  i.ir the company SO so pioilt-aharlng ooct III> the Iraq G 0 pad Iraq i 1 31.000.000 tins %ear riding U) ban peak I %  !.. It'll LI Qoarnmarri i %  an 1. A"I.. ( .HI.'I t board to s|iend the 1] nufUoM in the wav tli.it will '%  'ielll Ihe Iiai| pruple nwrnt. Mi 1I1 nf UW money w.m eai%  grand la btapMa lha anca faruuj land adding 2.000. %  'ii'v" land iqoal :,, UM .„ .,-n, f Kont .nid Suaaeit New Sombre salesman gels a 'wgutar* order C\M :i a traveller in imoker'i accruotiei. If you want a lighter, a cigarrite holder, or a hookah. Sm'i the man ho iheoti the lalrit bnt Well." I aakrd him. "ho1 the grral door .to-dooft?'* -Skid m "v /." Mid Sara mut'tbJy ".YuoederionvMiWf.Faroa# Iftntf. I'm awufiaafe./, and HAWI ymt'rt 'wVind l>W the k*-i •/art W IA" ymirmrx I pul j-ur aed'f into peddi w f 4 faar of p o*. "That't probably voui trouble." I ta id. "AbadcaKolpipet." / ' ,J Nam../i,Hv •lake I Mid.' I.i.dYou're being upiet by the <0 It ol piping you luvr iruiJf you. All you eat hat to go through that caw ol pipe*, and your bowel mux lea have to do the puthing and pulling But there'* nothing lor them to hing on to in the wit loodt you get nowadays" li' iid Awl "Not at all.'I aaid Hubblebubble, toil and tfoulile in yeur tammy a dote nlconalipaticn. You're in need ot Kellogg'i AH Bran" -'IIVrrdw*tJMf(wnei'ir'ailW •Jut at the right place.' I aaid. "You have a little A ll-Bran for breakfaat every morning. It'i delicioui. and it givra your diet bulk — lomething for thoae mua%  Ml to rh an. It II make you regular' in a mattrr of daya." I lelt Sam dajMun] raw, and when I uw him a looked M if Beam %  UIMH, •MMh* 1 l***>tfl fkMJ, "P/eafwea> aMfki 'So All Brao'i put you in iKc big time, ha* it'" I aiked. %  i m alrc.ilj NI I Mid KILLOGCS ALL-BRAN ,.PaawceaaMg i %  lai Mid* lorn il(h otrwi lav era ol wKoit adawA J*'io*'lv o. •oailed A .: %  -'l a-vd MpB. Mahai a lolandid hjaaMMl **d raaiy appelut>ia cahai. burn, a"d BRING NEW BEAUTY TO fOOt HAIR At thia Holiday Season When you want your Hair to io..k its bast try A. K. POMADE it will enable you to dress you,r hair easily in all the latest styles mostly by smaHhohie,.. i;1<( th t Jjjj | export surplus ol llo pmall> dry season rpalorlt) ol %  U DM ,u Horaea I Glbaon PI* / i %  %  '"'K i-"* I" "" and caaii.il labour on aBUTM brought 1 ..i.,. | plate, pti ' %  '' %  • < measure. Hut lha It Mn I lm,1 """ U: of PJ, ll'-d. In 1950. Button >a ol conaanl BriUin lost M.ooo.tHMi t..i, Tin pr-luction was 51.167 tons th.One of the greatest obstacle — only 370 tons below the proI *a Sinthat bar to i" Ihe vtoua year's Agun I (Mi W i I lack of sufin-ient ikllled aprwul..t labour and mil The neoplr have facton cont Ibuting hi tl i-^.„ reared to %  tlmbei tconori ftucad output. and it -will venuire intensive rey. n Colnnrs. To,, education i efora thev can be coneni i rec0 rd rice crop of 1949—50. lria report eonl i nnbei* verted to aericuUure." the rei.I 1M] ;rA ,, ,„... ,.....,• I'arl anieiitv adds.—L.E.B rnoard tn. aaura ol MX,780' %  '"* tharri |M my mind) •;. publb^uofl of ,iireci la -I,,. ii. ben Ah from ,,,.. IP5I naaon ranchad l.soo The Agricultural Department t'ineentratinK OH cultural education, and have bet" i which have become the obiect of incr aaal ng rood \ production. THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE! Clean Fredi Mouifi All Pay Long! A i %  %  have papa%  Utgia I red %  Masai in iii'i"Utput has done inicb la mufci ii|> he lo l upplit'i I-. UN *' wnKuwait ini Company, operating iiions. Inviting i .,. ,Korea of %  ihe I'II %  m Gull i %  The Cannibals L-cord. Th,figure 61 141,780 v ""' ton. was reaches In cofttfiariaon "g.nm.mg ihem_ f.ki my mi.d) wnti 435.S40 tha M foi the 147 period. Ihe (••lollies Governor! (Coat Of Paiaafei) The product* n tlon figures of lacaul JI that Malay.t i an PTI ti.ii! it i total "i Uon i i %  ... ., ., coloui oi Kan pong Ku. h i i n brought to ihe ln ., U0PDON SuR. HJ arvauva the Bacn %  i | nfliea why Idll | II oon for the FREE ENGRAVING All |X'ti> Sunlit from us will be engraved with your name or initials free of charge. Sec Your Jewellers V. De LIMA A CO.. Ml*. 20 Broad St. Marine Gardens, and at Greystone Village th.it parhaj dl ot the VI ills nf .slioi become aerugtonMd to n more krl % %  —i.i:> from the serv '.he niiiin. thev % %  %  action-paGatad "ton,giving •>pression to ggJOnj fend • Now front a civil new and diflerciu ajpacl ol lha Padflc war. Jamaien-boni Mrn. Lucille In-monaer's new bonk The Cannibals Is concerned with ThT r I" "i _.! .._. areo„.n V %  "• %  INew 1 Itanium Iximbing of Pearl HarlKiur. The inhabitants wonder wheth• A'.icuale to New in view of the threatened JapanavaUuuj th %  %  %  of bar ol cotonlal I % % % %  < %  i wor* •Hem publli invasion, iwn homes. in their Planls Dominating the plot H the exevsmrwa tnordinary love rtory of .. g.i _. who lose, her met !" i ll( uuujJad i •'mi of tbatr BriUari puat plants f.. T utaniurn ntanhan li i lives is vividly descrili l u,M Wf Ittapafl i %  %  %  prf who u in the can me hi ,, | pi Irerafl Industry, it koepa ,u irei %  "it's A Bigger Ufa", baa called means %  %  tart is being upon her wide experience of travel production of this Import and people to bring '"'.' %  ,l : ""! •t u B V u i "' ''' wu nfra-motion foi hli , M, Mr. Ci ech %  u. xinrr during the fli ... nd the w ll-known ,..,, ,,uii affairs. Miss Margery to lie mnd r tin H ., %  hieh < % %  ..,,• %  .... ,,„. t| r work is Profess. Da* Id MHl % %  I %  erno i | m tl il I i — Churchill. MAIL NOTICE ... pMaaaji To. %  ilth appeal for (or to era M V %  %  .'.. ..( during • lion to the %  %  i ..it log II I I ft w/.s or EXCMASG8 bats' 1 'to life. Her clear cut ityle : ing thi li %  M maKe the wtM* readable. THt: t'ASSIBMII i"iitl A to. +*&&** t %*S r *ssssssssf t 'fS&s*SSS&************SSS* THERE IS TIME!! NOW is the timeTo look SMART — If you are smart To buy a New Suit for the Exhibition All Styles, Materials. Colours and Sizes THERE IS A SUIT FOR YOU OARBADINE & TROPICAL SUITS from S35.O0 up. PANTS from $.50 up THE LONDON SHOP LTD. Lower Broad Street o The Complete Man's Outfitters win be a 'i tha J' an i i C ...in fear* ti ,,.. ,,.. Titanium h.. ilroadj baai %  .enoient iiu in anudl ,, %  ( foi ihe romp r eaaoi enurt i: i.,. i is limltad %  :iil(l by the i %  -' | t 1 II ,,..i,."iiil Ltd Trkc MM 1'ONK 1 I IV till • i.a.kf N, IUNI in b, %  British Industrialist Demands Tax Relief LONDON A jeadii Mr It M |^. tTaatro Printers' Asw--i.ition. hai i •-Mested that if British compan bra are to inert thai things are i %  Bruce it must not be itnir.'icn. Mit/Re-riimr II that the Tn I Inj i tors to n,| i in the Merlma am WPB the present h> I UaUon. Mr. I. • %  Mnanchtal Tlnw of taxati oa obte' %  ; i. nl on. ban i lei reti 1 i %  %  i -,t revenue \ ri for example, al hi which appear to be only because they .. %  %  %  %  %  I matter lid bi ii Been H does fljimnge i %  . %  gaff, wh i .* i imii h a tech%  %  %  hole, Mmh . i. Tr<-asur>"a new i-nwrr ;,r,.| th. rtage of M nvnuh eaoun RM Bdautai a 4 ihtm nmpkttb i Meniawil %  uroen hctjus,.' it .ilium. ..I.e da! it>n Nalure'i way of luminf the diegiving energy ol lite tun inio %  Matin and Raahaaai *^o -on.in chlorophyll nofta n I BMrwgg n I ii>t. itw active ggpJB .hloio ph>ll in Meiiljsol agapj ..,.i ,./.. MI aaaU da* refara '." aranf TaM lana tgnnoarrMoai on both OKO and wnmen vtilli Kid hiCJlh llonii il'lcr hru-hmg ihcn ii MaaaMoi noillh tnloui! Ihtn. M aphjd helps io bUlU ii' 'i. hg iMh) gunn. 1.000 i .i bootnouth ICMB dm* oataa dacaj aanropi genre. lb.il ..in I gan it ogH %  viion' MJlaOM of Ana %  "i brili .it,-' > i tow Man "'i .. >w/. AlfrriHf.f ii'i" fholrmoiilh' ri0iiTwisoi looH^siL YES// These are some Items for the Home . &f S.nnepunvAliiiiiiniun and I n.mi.-I Cup% Pressure Cookers The CORNER STORE FOR 111 1 s SUOPI'lAK Icinu Tubes IggBj Sets Patlie Pans llonche Pans Stoves—li & it Ilurners Kleclrie Table Lamps Thermos Jugs Ice Cream Freezer Aluminium Waiters Mincers Ki!rIn n Knnes Fish Turner*. Spoons Polulo Mashers Kicers (iralers Skeiv.s S| r .liners Efff Beaters (rot.irv I



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PAGI loii: IIAKIIAIKrS AIIVOC' VTE I'RIIIAV. I.I C I Mill K BAfADffi.gA ADVOCATE I M jg h M t „ ,,,,, \| \\ | %< I S frim-4 m • IMM OS* I.M. *>••* —, lr4| the he ..Uiral societies which ui i %  • In many parish.. end which helped to foster that deep-rooted Barbadian attachment to the soil which ; upon by many tfenot visitors to the island. iiulturc has ceased to be the only reason for the exhibition and hardly a year passes with" %  CM offered In QiMon'i I'jik In the new traind •> Display of Mounted Police was added to an already overcrowded pro* D ':ie. The popularity of the Exhibition is evioV n! Li anyone and it may even be argued that from the viewpoint of the majority migh. even be more popular now than it was In earlier days when It less to be seen for the payment of an equivalent entrance fee and less the attractions. But not the only yard-stick by which exhibitions ou^ht to bo measured. the exhibition draws more perH %  earful financially than ever before is certainly of threat in-, ance to its organisers. But whether the exhibition could not be as successful if it ived ofl Into tWQ or more annual exhibn; i. K ttitm which its organito ask themselves. At pri-sent Queen's Park does not offer adequate display facilities for all the living or inanimate things which are sent for display. The poultry section is admirably a aftunodfttod, than u ample room for the judges and the committee members to partake of refreshments, the ki-nnels offer Utfale facilities for the dogs and the owners, tinorchids potted plants and ferns have plenty of space, while the area available EOJ cattle. §Mta and plgl is by no u reetneted Bui almost everything i crowded to, ether. The book of a tagt Ji not the bi %  place for photos to be hung: the walls and show caaei of the upper room of Quotn't Park House would huvto allow for %  display of the items of needlework, punting, drawing, ind other exhibit! In thent rooms Downstair in .i room of the < niter-building samples of rope work, lishitu note, hammock white coral %  tone pots, stuffed dolls, mHel buses. arinplitiies. sisal work muls. tinsmiths Uncturoj and many more interesting exhibits of local handicrafts can only he seen with greet difllculty and in contact with other interested spectators. By contrast there was ample accommodation for m excellent display of CUt flowers which had lost much of their freshness by the %  ftefBOOn of the BnM day. In the open thi .' round provtelons and fruit Were moil B. U aett\ civ d l s ]> 1 a y e d %  IthOUgh the entries fnun the elementary %  ehoola ware disappointing More overcrowding was notue.ible [n the downstairs room . exhibition. would never have if undoubted C i %  erationa "f Baraccommodate thamneeda of their day. %  %  I the Exhibition i.eld even in the grounds of Government House has set a precedent wh.i ovokad should it be vas no longai sun. e rn exhibition. But whi ihibition is held in future there ought not to be anotl • agricultural and industrial exhibition. %  hol'i.; urinf \he Mini%  uid be : 'bit I (HI ' %  %  .. %  I the %¡ Thli wa new in?-': %  ho instituted l ; more ago. ruder Till: HO WI J<:iltt ? li> uooiiiiow WVATT, Ml' Tinounrement that bat' %  urought ban i OOOS '(nil Ihr (luar-ls are rwdv... %  . Hits will be* brought home for UM %  ..• and the Guards—the words are almost synonymous. Not that there cm be ai linn t thf cnlivt-ninK of bar Majesty's Coronation procession by the mam l 'it lit %  colourful Guards. As her personal troops that is one ot their main (unctions. The question is. Who get* the privileges and why? t*> be able to *Ufl wcll-to-U A Guardsman in the ranks must be five foot ten UtfltMl hi*li Father*, % t,.ndl..ttiTs, meal and of good phy-i-jin !!< %  m..-t gran be prepared to accept the roust pearerful ant, i nrHir ns * o e asset*. .VKIT.V 'illl Till. \l 1 M. -l.l 1 %  ,.f eare a* former 1 a>r*'"riii, for War, a |snN> Ut M.P. U da* huh %  Ilk rly U Ur.<.lll-<1> UVjltt. -1 P .. basnet! i Idler bf landed in ri-Jii-e v ithin . ttrek l u Dar. ii. i •• ii' Kinlend* I'll now i i pea rlimr thr iiru.tir u r 4,u 4 rd 1. -Use l*rt .-..ii. ii tied >tr>mihold %  t ti\ lies.Mill s >..hbrr In the Rrilhh Arm* U this trae? Not naWSjrh rigorous drilling and dUcipbnc in *00 made IUIJ of the three servitvs. At the to brain* or technical skill protnd of his training, he will be ttV PnnnBl through ..rid raojl re>olutc •ohtf itoBsly, in the win id ., Snebbrrv although th be ... THE tfiieena Guards, Horse and living Is m .:e a corjw dfVIitf officers thai: %  o far a* tne men go. The exregiments. cepUonal courage and relmhility in battle of Guards unit* has nrv. %  \nn I OS I has laid Par a stonewall job dJO* DOES It m:."'-!1 Ye*, becjuse une says theae (iuards oOiccrs lack courage—is not %  tsOUgh, The UCM ha* gone rsa In battle went to • r.U who could sl*nd Up If wt are to have a rorpa ... m tt Und selected on a basis of competence, not pnvUegc Sunw re good—but the level i.f knteUiga 1* below that of oUn* rSSjInitlsti renMnTibnr % %  late-intoI Hnada iarb ': %  Kogsninajr. Weaiy staff •ftiicrs were planning; oomplicatexl moveof unit* lo,Uw next d--In preparation for an attack. At last, by 3J0 ajn.. the plans ji'ir-t Then up spoke tno aenlor staff ofucci Guards division Involved. %  aid, I've bea nertUni %  i'f tht ( %  •iiiumvre were in the n jisUrday. and not the DM • tntn n no* And sd was ,.: to do again. •V 1 c *" remember, too, i> SOC14I i bivllier OTULI .. imimiisllianrn regiment of Uie Hausahold Cavalry, it* out) was to give ui i oemj n* i^r.t ot osainst odds they cannot ' %  %  tietterrxl .wtioii M fnlS* OS -topped. For iieac^tinw UHOIIienkil the The chaige 11 -jnt^nd the mrn are Guards make .i perfSet • %  -here such IT I the srrs>ariUina)or* and Once, because they .irp the ;ir p regarded as a fosU Royal bodyguard. they were abovi are ruperb; ala*^. the officers are, never allowed wul of Britain In abOVl iVOr*"* between wars. N to soldier oversea* in Malaya, or follow M • i.Kiblc spots, Uke other dutj |> .:;;:.' % %  I offk: _. feel out .f •' They have to modem condition* in i.il ie[ M Wtr n.iturally the field of Meets but eneUM tejcniiUnenl w to cUOn br rent I .. liitie. officers in peacetime The offker ovs of ihe Guards om I their wi is the last entrenched strongbjold of prtvilctte lo be subsidised by the Stat?. 8l not efficiency. deteini. I 'No < liqlies' IN our a-med forces the %  .LllllKer man b i ouatry, ) rliques. ,nd S ipoks Qenenti Mr.idley. chief be of Staff of thi USA only this Cloaed Shop But i. :-n UM *>'. .mission ot the war who was n i at his parents' %  %  atk. Thai ouabf to I* 'me of the 1 Army Democratic relonna ha%'e widened opportunity Ugly sine.the war. The result Ii that ti;.HI'I h Army is the best ti WHEN i>ftVer* pass out from Sandhi-i I •(. %  allowed '" state a preferenee for the r menl they wuuld line to loin, ins 10 UM Whether they get then choice or Harrow, depends on how well the)*, have done at their military studies. I UM Off* of the Ouarus. The qualifications for tho BOne lo rsOB-public Mhool bOJhl in With their barks to the Guards' closed shop are a family other n-... v 00 lor the right to association with a Guards regiitU] mi-ni, am %  neiagh prlvata BMTMI %  olectfon I •* But Is It fully effective In demands that no of i .i .,ncement should be isfussd i" the enterprising! The only qUsrter which holdi THE Tlllltll VISITOR "Moderately go.*! atjoe Bir 1 and "Jolly good ahow Ma'am". The 'Sir" In these obfl I is Gerald Antruther. author of "The Third Vtattor 1 *, which Is being given, as their second production, by the Barbados PI Ire Theatre. Thi V ll Annette Dangan, producer of UM plsy, who has taken a talentnl group of amateurs---really, the standard of amnU-or %  > Barbados Is amazingly high—and given them just the little naoM and how much it Is. of technique in speech, movement and gesture, lhat will animate a stage tVOB i" those moments when Lb) has neglected to do so. L-'t ihe best that can be said for the play, as such, be said at once. The trick ending Is very neat The audience ought to be able to foreenM .ii any rate the sssneraJ nal tunic Mttia in Ihe proceeding? Dnb very few nentbei %  o, And if. betwesB tin beginning and the end. the good lines are apt to be some rrmarkablv soggy patches of dialogue, there is enough—as the Barbados Players perform the play at any rate—to keep the audience racking their brains about what that final solution of the murdcr mystery is going to be. It Is easy for amateur casts to perform the average thriller fairly • most of them do precisely lhat. But plays of are by no means easy to do expertly. The characters are muill> Little moil than I Nppets; and, with Uttlf oi cbaracterlgstten to get the UM tl i the technical trie! %  I > %  Mllind on in qua %  sion; and. with tiie aid of swlfl%  perfonnance that make th( improbabilities %  Mrs olsuslbli tta Is actually in the theatre In aiming at this sort of stand ard, amateurs arc ai advantage; and it is g'c.illy to the credit of the Barbados Players that they have seized to the extent they have on such opporti. < hiyraclcrlratlon os no exist In 'The Third VTiitoi ami h..\.kept the ball rolling so well in those stretches of the play where the author is mereU m-uking time until he feels he can bung alone his next "diamatn** sit The outstanding feature of thr the Empire Is its wv at the lower level, so to speak. N i OM mvis .i T ally ui.tk p. formance: no one when on thi* stage lets the show down. If one were looking for signs of i amateur group, one would expect to find them in in lhir> case. John Roach, who plays the pact understand, has never appeared on any SUSS i"fore. Mr. Roach's perfonnsne. I rwevOl the successes of the evening IliVolce is on the light Bid) will probably have to U) %  n ewhat If he is ever to Ion, but ins IS ;i Unit able ant' hll I One welcomes him to the Barbadts stage with much "nthuslmm One other member of the cat i* Krom A Correipondent %  %  ihe i insensitive lo tin the programme has it) ha* 1 never i had not acUni %  thoroughly e*t| I i %  %  are here all right -and wtlh thena whlch one can only SSO khidi> and i 'iigiving oal UM author has ugnaUy f.iii-vl In Bill Millington with anyUilus worth attai long, Mr. Wellesley, indeed, gets so much out f thi virtually % % % % % % %  one hold* one's brOaU topple the whole flints> jt.ii well enough to %  .is wall as bers of the amUcncv sonM of real ddiglil. How nice, boo, to be able to piaise utireseri'' those "f than at any rate who did not *• %  in -Twalft • Mills remains the Corporal In "The Middle W ances, nood attain to thib • Jim hi> oerva-ihatteri l i %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  its clear dtcUon thick at Urnasi and, uumgh he is I %  most err, i ante just the same. At the risk I I %  %  I hat the Barbados Players %  gi-od to have Ii Inate pr... i I theml 1 Uliil I would like to BSVt • Of Richard Vidmer. Win: there very good Indeed. Ha mant and ge%  and he 1 could be as I fear I how th. Kurton I George Challenor, who playi Jtlt i ;my rate a sens..! % % %  %  not n great deal mori to %  veloplng. I loo> : I : %  leagues. 0 the tWO a momer.' tape, more Ihnn anywhere else In the play. I is forced back on to the split-second timing, the lip curled at precisely the right .,i %  flashing just the ngl I amount of Are. the %  wheedling ami feigned tenderness, the haggard % %  "in" who may (or may fOI .i MrtOUl spot of It, as some more frivolous critic might declare, a good thick slice of ham. Largely debarred from this refuge. Mrs Dowding remains very much her own attrscttva stage personally, sczes the opportha occasional SffacUvi vea nicely, and •>• slips Into a certain air of coyness. when coynesis not required. Out i|oi stale defect. Per%  at her see a good amateur than a second-rate pro% Bui there Is no that to lend any real conviction, however temporary, to ibis particular kind of part cne needs a professional—even If only a second or third-rate one In a lesser and more coherent part, Pamela Chaytor does excellently. Her first stage appearance in "The Importance of Being iiggested that there was some ftrst-cldss material here. This, her second, appearance con' view. I should like to see her in %  mere genuin l> emotional role Her delivers "f I In The Third %  poea uiat aha might %  -* of it It is a real pleasure to see an amateur, %  -lldressed one The two roung ; i : ti that -nit them tar ifoctlv and know hi s to wear Iturn. (Mrs. Dowding in the last srene Is—to put it vulgarly — a knnek-outl. The I Mr. Bertalae -erves in purpose will and f quick changes. comment. however. OSR nget that unsung hero f this ind so many the fit ass Lance Dowding No one associated with the amateur theatre can evai have ilwunk more i dly from the limelight; JOHN <.\r rurtiim over recent disquieting disclosures of what has gone on—and may still be going on — among some of the rather odd characters within its sacred circle. UNO will be equally successful in keeping its s can da l s' from the ears and eyes of the world. Haven't we been sentimental about UNO long enough? It has not given us the peace we hoped for but war. It is not giving us safety, but in insecurity Instead of spreading amity, it is sovrln| suspicions, hostilites. and provocations that must inevitably bring graver disturbanies. IT I? OPENLY working to disrupt the British Empire. Isn't it time that like the lucky hens we were permitted once again to choose our own way of life instead of the way the wizards have worked out for us? What do we get from all this mighty army of divinely inspired brains? TAKE LAST months examples. We had an %  % %  ht-yer-o|d child treated in a fashion that no child should ever be treated in a Civilised community. We had a butcher branded as a swindler because a Food Ministry snooper took the view that some chops held together* by a piece of linaavered skin should have been sold as a roast for a few pence leal than could legally Incharged for chops What did that monumental example of stupidity achieve for the taxpayers? They had to put their hands in their pock* is and fork out damages to the butcher. I am delighted he got them. But 1 ;mi sure we would all be infinitely more delighted if the Ministry of Food saved us the cost of similar nonsense in future by shutting itselt down. Its days ef usefulness are I uke v. on the plinth. The Duke returned the salute punctilioustOOk the wreath. THEN CAME a wreath for the Duke of "' %  %  ing salute fresn : eath. A little brushing up I ( V Far nil GARDENS. Mi.I t UU I QAsUM N HANI U A pQwaei jupl.ea I srtarsnvs and in X EVENING SUITS Your rlioico of 2 and :l-piecMuck Vicuna from MM MNNBB JACKETS Linen and Tropical. gtafta or lB—S29.00 IBSBSS PANTS from $37.ixt IIRKSS SIIIHTS EVENING !>y Welch Hargetaon, collars iillathi'il mid oYlm-hed . HARD FRONT SHIRTS by Kadinc TIES. American Black Silk EVENING Mil KS. Accessories. Da (OSIJI A COI ill Gifts for the Family ll miIn Tins. ,\irs ruddiiurft. rh-.-^. In Tin-. f*rrs B,s,-ulU in tins. Carr*i BIMUIU in pki. Itutrh Hand Che***. Basstt ajaa in t%aa. I'.rlr. In,,, \\hi-k.y K>r Hha*e>. I igur>—4 [ortions I •" %  •II \ CTnwtaaa, Praam %  -ir.ilK.rrlr%. '•"Id Brjltl Kiiin ,.. tI .,1.1 Wtsta In town . •r 111 \s; < ALL FOR lOfR <. KIM l nil B at Broad Street or at Ken• IIIIM.IV where we hjve ample i^rklnt *paee. Bload M. Naa. 3H43. 5|at-9? KiBsjagtafj Nil-. Mil I Enjoy J & R PRIZE BREAD & CAKES I'lHIM — WK IlKUVrlt. BIV THE LARGK TINS FOR Tilt: BsOODAI I : lb. Un Slrswlserr* Jam. 7 lb. Un. Ka-pberry Jam. 7 lb. Un. Mixed rrull Jam n lb. tin. Aprteot J^m. lb. ii I. Pinrarpl*J-""h Id. tin Mirmalade. \ i,i 111. ml..1 Rum in I isl. Ian \ ,t SUdes Rum In I %  >! in \ sTOfJI c \\ \i\ IIRV DauWKI TO-DAY. Order Early-GODDARDS



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ppltcatlnn un III* un coTTUj:. cATrosn A co 1 12 Si%  *! %  UnUAT MA.nNCS ROAI* apamaxta Or.an • %  ,P %  >"M..ii In i rr.n.lit. B rooaaa. lour bwdrooma. balh r. and feiUb*n fan >uiubl* to. %  vajrafcn MM laaaMa, and "l-u-dlna on KSIV • 'I %  i \ iln.,1,1, Walrr and *I**|'H llaht Jiaai and aananti room. Dial CMS fi,r arrai Tha uiidaralgnrd H II • l mp*Utn tnair ..tt. % %  II |i.i, Si(**t. t Ttiuradav. IBUi Dar*mb*r, IMI COTTTX, CATTORO • CO, • II U It i In.pnri vvifoiiviixs. roaiib*li aptrfoalaaaWly I'l arn of tatad with Coroaiiut and otnar Tir-> Iniprclinii l Ham lo i p m T.lrphan* SHU t l>U-4ii AIITIOV UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER %  fk, Whiupara Rd" m "ii,'/ 'it |"p Chavr„i*| waaon lUnlil r*c*ntly lh. MVpaftf *f th. Poll** D*pt iDamaatd Term* Cai VINCENT GKJtTvni AtaWI—ar T 11 U 4n UNIER TB SILVER HAMMlIt OH TUESDAY IK'i dj aj |fj r it Kniam w* win Miii ( n* rumiUira ..,.i*„ -men f p Tp Tai.iWritlnc ana I-Kolra In Mahogany Uphob. Chi.li, Jtoor lamp. HooNabrlvat aeeeana. Mlrrnta. Tabir. and Pmaaa. Cedar ["rraa. Si.uman* iron Bedatrada and CoU. Daarp ^lr.^1 and Elhr* Malfnir* Zlnr Ttoii -nd ntli*r Tal>l*i. Itu-n and BM-gntM %  War*. Cork,., HI: v. KM: TROTMAN A CO.. Aurllaneerll III.II VOTMM NOTICE •%  •in i...,. %  !,.(,., H.H.V. Of (h* fjn m*t from (h* lath 4av UW IMh 4 a, I**;. imtn daj '*• '•"••< • i •< %  '• mm i WDT INDIA micv/i of D*c*mb*i •>l Dnmb*r D > %  I %  i i rjBBnM Noic* TO mil hue. it* | MIIK V EN DO an ii it h. %  %  % %  for grneraj 'nformaOon thai Undir th* Dairv H>uUi'->. M I'HH. it la raquiird that t.rim durb a IUI I* U rr*nd*r*d W lit* (imiiniainiii. of l|*allh durina f January IBM. .In „i*i>t*nna of th* dalrir. for Ibal yaar* ni-.i b* uonr on oi txfor* \ i OPrtCnCool. BporkMia. and raaajnn ava lal K R II .r.i* a. Cu lid loaar III MlSCEIOaANEOCH : ar. thi br.t form o .u***aa T\M pa.tKul-'. Ii .... <.lTTE,NBLeaH i*o*a •• LUU'OR LICENSE NOTICE /„.„,~...~„ MAJOR CRAGG improving TO LECTURE Four-y.r-old Walter Prescod Maj. R. craga. F.rcOfJ of Black Rock who wu detained Ktve a lecture al the \ %  t the General HospiUii on Tue*lonigbt st 8 o'clock.Subject of hit day u Unprovint;. lalk will be "The work of Prescod wu involve! m BB Fireman" and will be av. < % %  aeeidrnt on Black Rock road about iv two short films 3 45 pjn. with the car S-IU owned and driven by Creighton Perch ot Payne*. Bay. St. James. In Touch With Barbados • Coaltal Station CAU wmnms raj %  hip* throuch lh..r Barbadna Coaal St.. Paonrnlla, • %  Papoll. %  > Rio Ar. K...I..h IM Thomaa Hill a 31-yeatr-old carpenter wa> Lnvolvad BBBfaaVjaat with | lorry yesterday while wolkinit along Maxwell, Christ Churt-h jibout 230 p.n.. II, -s taker, to the General -. '"-„• -. ,~^; HOSIMUI where he was treated for wmtm C udad Da a cut on hi* head and bruises on c-arata• %  Juum rnb*iia. j , hiu KunHt "•*"' M*nt*vtd*. • TVkdtlus, • '",. %  ... """ When the accident took planH Pnrt_ rthe lorry was travelling in tho H>-> oif .unction of Bridgetown. 11111 wa ng in the opposite direction. Elizabeth. • a. Call*", %  A MS BSdMSlt %  .n Pton*r. %  ralop*. TAKE NOTICE i... ." 2t l SIN SHC CAMI TO AMMICA Irorn Chechoslovakia 31 years ago. M.a atari Such? HM dreamed of an adtiralloiu Now. at the age of 68. BbJ lias finally found lime and oppoilunlly and is attending eleincnl..i • •ehoa. ,n Mtoa 111 TaaetaBf %  Mr. Helen Braaw. %  fattr>wi|in..ri | M.1XOD E-l ^ i-rwa. %  io h* held issj. -' ll 11 Ula Miss Hawkins I^adies' Champion Al Gymkhana LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE i Baaad rHUpi pae I oaoaa .uii n : I I p*r*ua*san I Ji*. *< a nalr ahop -l l RiioBS. Kith da> ., A W IIAKFRH. %  %  PB-Cil i k arut 1 Maul i n rtden with BAI!LON RAC I Ho iiiu-mptcd to I i: Van DSJBM BavraarJ tha M first few UUtsa cantering, one lady hookn mm but did no) burti It, He relrlevcd ll then galloped .icroM -he field. Anne Hawkincatiabl up with him after a minute's chase and burst the balloon. gar and Mr E. Dsjapf r^VaXOPT RACIJ th,. l-nding in pairs race. ,,t %  *•*• %  ENDOtQ is BAm Parfcrr Mr : Ml'SICAl. FnxTs I'l Mr M IXrlvr PTMJZ HACB iQantai 1*1 Mr K Dean*. Kid Mr I m Mr B Dcanc iniiN.i WATER jtjaa >LS lit Mlw A Hawkm. ruaarini RACK mi !" IM Mr J rL.nl, A Mm D MM t* M hatd Miss Anne Hawkins imd Keith ',v II •jjnd aa> | ISU. r.aa—i. |->'P 11 AC* | lit M' I. V.'TlilllA SXI. IIARWlW HACK ell in this rate, but T'MTX ding the third pole "**** innnine one, Mia.i Hawkins" • :io much I ire forced to unclasp 1 p to this point they had Una Parker %  Dean* went o ovble, %  and Kalth, I*.,10 IILP.fi, .ami.) Ui mil IfB lillllMl •>iiiul*i thnniiiir' >tlrlnn t •rre*puiMieiit. %  uiiU. i,a iiiuai i .., car. i ..: itM ''"' "i %  l -" -" %  ,l wl ^ %  %  i lined to % %  .V|UL4*I coupe with a sum< %  ciaaoh %  %  *! %  body. 1'iiweii.i Uy ii t %  >ui-c>luulur, n.p. engiiu-, the cm has a pcC/ot consumption ol JU mil' I I UV gallon, Tin,i c ol rougti lest* which 1 Miw inc car put Ihrougb in the Midlands last week %  ill its hlg!l safely factor and U) o. praJUoJct* held agtiindt threvwhcolers. Deliberate allcmpl* t turn tne car oVol van made b' llirowniR il .it foil Ihr a large an rltb looaa ashes. Tight made speed— almost continuously—but wheels refused to leave tho Bmund. atuaapy ronds ware t-.k.'ii ..( at up to aS m.p B t %  ..iiilily One ol these cars will be arriving in the Island for dV tioti in rw llnwkln. cp pr*.mt*d by th* Fiarbadoa Aa-rllti.t-1 SotMty. to Ihr a*nlU lumbar of pomli at Dranr t" <• in law LK'an* Joint •mmn tie 11He laW '.vhieh rll-.wed. fu|. |ir*arnl*d by In* Rarbadn. ASM* AnnHawkins won the Flllins ru ""'" 1 So**'t. to OM mtmm -i ih* | I 'feet control while dipMuw K P.r-r lung watar and pouring It into the %  ""•' pr**nUd *y th* Baibaaoi TuH jug. CfeSB for Ih. n*l udilliil Hoiaa tin Marsh won the rescue K r h i Miss D. Hawkins as his -^——^^~— %  !' %  -latly beca_ Of lo %  WUMMMB at unlving Miss :)kl(and unMs. After art of the %  %  %  Ml lor Evilvn Bron Ihr Envel.,,,,Watson. Mis* "" H| r. : M, Keith n Ihr wheel I arrow race. The fwiM artuen parl %  -'I a tors most was the nfl BUM which was the final game ol Ihe ityinkhaiu. ThLs was won by Jonn Marsh who was able lo pin'* altar iiboul live minutes chasmr. At the and of the I urtbutod by His Fxcellency the Acting Governor %  i nt*:— I %  l A* Dt.in*. Slid M> Knlh ILACT. irhlldrrni i.i Mia. r.kr' 2nd ':,.. Wat*on %  %  KST rAcr I •can you aaf "* ^ a Ftrtdel ttMttf \ V."ni.v A iiiiL,u cla^. •! have I ato csplanaliona asks for. Fur Par raltr/ irom -uflprr.odit mi *anl mlnva I make eaionmiaa. il'a Parad.,1 .hr idol means OKIC* |". '.iu-4,l by .In In . Lratol 111. IP pmprntor of Fan H. Cologn* and PaP No *1M 4*Bruhr drr PfCTdrpiwl von P**d MulBni. ar U* l*w of Ci(mian>. Maiinl.irtnr*r.. %  haaa trad* o Coloajn*. 0*tni—> had -op. rj loIbr r.i i „i H. BhSH %  .--P-et ol Eau do Coloane. p*ri cl>. hair loiu-i.a. .-oil dmufrfcrai .-nd m i %  U from l"i* I'Hh day ol DTMIBWI. laSi, on* r* notier in duplkaia la %  %  i 11 WIlJ.lASUi. %  gkgrar d Tr-d* WaTht SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. Ml IV,. ,!,, % %  I! I 111 I NTfc.NTI.lt HO U-. HERA. IMh Dwrmbrr, ISM NESrrOR. ttb J.inuarj. 1S13 HERS 11.1A ISIh Januar*. IW TO i i ...i i STAD JOth D*inrb*I 11 SAIUMO IO TIINIIIAII. rIAVA*ISII AND sam-N l.t UNA H H STENTViH. >,th Dxrnbtr. ISH M S NEBTOB, Ilrd January, ISH iHIUSli IO Ulli AO •is \ IVITA lt*> rx-**mb*r ISA! %  P. MlHaO*. SON A CO. LTD, -h* M V -MONKKA will a.erpl ., and PitManaTf* lor DomMonlM-rral. N*vl .,!, t l>iday lith AJ i | \i ,i isvrral I ^. K II5allin| FllCanadian Naiiiinal Sliiamsliiiis -m uiiuii NB CDN iirisui CDN CUNBTUnli.U CDN CMlAlJ KNorn CDN (TU'ISEH CDN CONSTRUCT! >H CTDN CHAI IJSNCI rtw LHfit.au CnN CONSTRtlCTUU CDN as Dre. sa u*c S Jan 13 Jan 31 Jan El Jan I % %  •!> io r*e IB Pah. l r*b S Mar. IS Mar IS Mar. M Mar S Apr. 1 Ai" CDN CRUISER 1'DN CONSTHCCT011 IIW < HAUJ..f.r ll CDN CRttlSER CDN <V.*AV//V,*,'.'/.VA'/ ,'***V*'*'>'*Va**'^*; • ithooi di f reeable nfirr-ellrcta. A.k mar druggi.1 U* IWaalaL arirntincatly c4Uiid*d froa. 4 togred^nts. The name "Dr. Chaae" %  1 your aasurance. GIVE BOOKS ADVOCATE THIS CHRISTMAS STATIONERY 1 Str> cordiaL ^V^V^a<*y-<><*V>ya&#waj ^ V-' %  I) Bpoti ,.. wall 1 IX n lj> f 400.00. 1 D'ARCY A. SCOTT s 1 %  Daal 26to. "' "J.52—3n. %  %  %  I 11 wiu IAM'H %  : ADVOCATE STATIONERY '.HUSTONS lo Barbados. Trinidad, Dcmcrara. 1 Ju.t th* iittl* ahop la lb* villas* %  h*r* the B**l Boo*a. BlaUoaar. '-'-'---'.---,*,'/-,*-',','--,-,',-,-,-,-,', ** t -. 1 hided between Sagucna> Tettnlnals Ud. and th, Assav waai ll -AUantl s,,,hip l.m v. ..ml Snguenav Terminals Ltd now announre %  %  it. ill to increase ihe frefniercv of their present Cariptto n Thimiitlt Hill* of Lading (with transhipment at Trinidad), cargo for Antigua l M011tMir.it. N.. %  i.uria St Vincent. Tobago and Cariptto. •ih BUll of Lading cargo for transhipment lo any of their vcwli load'' at 'lal berth port (or Marhndov Trinidad. Demerara, aikd Carirgo which 11 moving on existing Thi,mgh Bill of Lading arrangements an o *' IK and Continental berth port.* for on-rarriage lo the terminal is at Ctudad Truiillo and other porU in the Dominire and other ports in Haiti, and Santiago de Cuba. on Rcpn 1 Terminals Ltd. printed a pamphlet announcing the mart of ic to Barbados. Trinidai Demi sra. and stated their intenUon of providing shippers hclpfot %  !.:. naa Mi ,. n r ,tj, n ,„ lnc British Writ temed bold words, and it now seems (air enough lo ssm bow rarnarri .e.t rrom Ohaapm on 20th December, from 0, with cargo lor Undgel.iwn (Bnrbadoto I'-rt-ot-Spain (Trinidad). in; vome ftftv miles from Georgetown and %  ient comoanv the Aluminum Company of Canada, Ltd ilar sailing* from Liverpool, and 17 from %  .i.isgow. 16 in South Wales Of the London an Saguenay Termlnali Lid. believe ihlppen will agree that tha promise has been fulfilled. S I ... t ,1.... %  OgM as MM CENTRAL EMPORIUM NOTHING LIKE .... A WARM BATH AND A BRISK COLD SHOWER WHY NO' ORDER AN AM or m vii : 11 FROM YOUR GAS CO. TODAY .'.'.-.'.'.'A'.'--.',*.'.-.-.'.-,'.'.'.'.'.',-.-,-,'.-,-.',-,*,'.-,-.-,.,-...-,-, •,.,•,','.\OTII I] Owing to Font and Mouth DiMftae al Marti6 niquo no visitors will be permitted on board the s l DE GRASSE and 5 s COLOMBIE No £ intransit passengers nn these VCfJWll Will be *1 allowed lo land * 1012.52—311. § ;; NOTICE • ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION Competitors' Cards which are not on show at to. I MUSEUM can be collected th: T he Advoj cate Edit'irial DapaiirnjCtll Othd I I be collected next week. J; %  M BOi n aa MM I M I I ll 6 >a>C B B0I MUUl,U O6l^ov





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PAGE SIX 11 Wtl'MMts \I>V()< VTl U'.lliW lirC'EMBEB IJ. IS PREMIER TALKS ABOUT EMPIRE MONEY Britain Must Become "Banker" By BRETT OI IVMt LONDON New Zealand Prime Minister. Mr. HulUn.: %  t London's faim>-< Sit and talked about money—money thai he units to set I on Aid it seemed the last thini he need* Looking pre I p e r o u s ant* healthy, tanned nrvi ceemingl. by the fortnight facing the lap c ; -carpetrp-c or, "in.: of thS v %  which ha. housed more mill.nnaires than New Zealand has ever ponjasjaed It c '!••• I mdba home of Mrnnancier* — an Misters. And while Mi Holland ex1 the lights* nver | wintry '11 it him haowlnib through wide window* MH need." he said. Thoughful a m added: •Capital Very well, capital moalf •Minded rood i with "money" .ill about, it didn't 'eem such a difficult commodity i i tjiie. Not • %  thought Mi Holland, only too clearly. ••New Zealand ha* approached its great need fur capital monies." ho said, "at a tune when Britain. who is normally the channel for obtaining such monies, is having Mich n -difficult time her own nccounUt. let alone having a surplus for landing." There and then, the spectre of t h • Commonwealth Economic Conference which had brouiiht the Prime Minuter to London, intruded like a draught off the rainv streets and the interview settled Into a succession if uncompromising realities • Providing Capital It la true that if the quest : ->r< of providing capital was to be derided on the basW of credit worthiness, no countr* would have a higher priority than New Zealand, 'Hut It can bo well understood that Britain can't eon-.ni. r BM needs, of one country It and. quite naturally, if something is done for one, then all the others ..ill stake thail lalmi and the mniegate would he far hoyond the reach of Brit Which was aumuiK. In the first place, that lints in might navo a few spare pound* lying around. Tlmt Is the trouble Fveryone gays she ha-n't Not nt the moment, thfwaj Perbani say the %  conornlal i decision i tuken at the conference wort oul iilccesfuUy. Britain might again be in a position to resume her mlo as banker for the Commonwealth. And New Zealand might -elfvision Far Ihe. (Jommon wealth t •tmno.iwe.il :ri ana • tptMn | : Lanaua. anstill I long way from having Qianl say "Jut %  rail." All in • same. It Is practically incvitabu uia. one any ...... ^ m bt ing TV aerials and tending mor.' to become Ttay-.il nom.countries. That day has been hrougV much DMNr by recant Brtu %  < %  dvaneag tn the development •• "canned" television pro These Indicata I n whan iransmittent have at last been set up round th.i wealth. T-Vn-wii nill mainly we film reproductions of programme! originated In I in much the same way thr.t BBC sound featui corded and flown to for ie*brna Me even if • the supplv "f .ui" actors, i Drned I • lam-er %  %  i still bo lacking. The solution lies in the u-.\ the inteIIi..T • use, of Film Old tHrns made for another purpo-i won*! do; the quickest emy of "dining anv teh V %  o nil it up with Uu i of the ClM %  •ilmetl te,. the only inn i %  Ji TV expert* honking ovemeas. It mn.j ned" nrngrernmea hive not been widely produced before. Firstly, illms made by orthodox twoininule-iinietho I .in* too co-tly. And a second rdasonl a' that the quality of pu'.titvs taken direct from the cathode-ra} tube, as in Doen en' ory TJ %  lemand I f-.r quall) repra High deflnltli screens h en achieved v not t Brit led to tbi year of a 1 %  %  :. %  technique foi thi pr< It i directed by Mr Normal i ''mcontroller lelevlatoi A trial film liasgin m-"'" on exper i mental studio and camera equipment It has beoo (MR'ISTUAS iRRA,\GE.\tEDlTS FOR COLOMALS ;.oMHN Chrutmas arransements for I Colonial students In Britain arc' (ready well under way They aler for all taster and include ..1 cultural ... tivltles One of Oaf MIS will be the student dance ui ; LandHsD, More student* than ever heforo have applied for invila•ons. And trie organieers plan ) book a ball which will accommodate mor a than last year's %  ecord number of l.ttOO, They also plan to invite the Stc'Ctaric* of State RW the Commonwealth and the Colonies and representatives of voluntary so— .teties with colonial IntM Students who wish to take part study ooenoB, itaj ..itn tngllsh familic*. or \ isit a different part of the country can so. fares and par' ' ***** expen-ses for the study courses covered by the Colonial Offices fund to whuh colonial Kincrnrnents ntilbute. . -|>1 .ns Illustrated by the fact mat rs. Culson. liaison officer for W.;! A'T Btudenl Union b ol the Mldlaiul to ensure that all students mere spend an '. % %  .!!.!... Lasting relief from CATARRH of BBBkt relief from Nasal Catarr* u *r %  MenuWUtuni'. I hn wonderful breathable halm, when pat up inside the nctse. acts inantly "tour et x-vt hrcith camel nh>Uag s.ip.ur. i^ht up thrx*h the nose wlikh open up the nawl passaets like in.. ,ind lestore Her breathing. A ho rub Mcalhotatorr. %  frccK on >our itiroaf and chest, this breaks up i(irujou> ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM IN TIMS AND JARS Made Only By Tht MtnthalMlumCo. Ltd., {Eit. 1889) Slough. England. PICTURED here with ike Secrptary of State en the Colon.al Advisers to the Commonwealth Conference. They include Mr. O. H. Adams. Mm*)T of Executive Committee, Barbados, and Mr. A. Dom**, Mlni-trr of Labour, Trinidad (both rapraaentlng the Wn-t Indies).. Mr. A. Ullmour. C MO Secretary for Economic Affairs. Singapore (represent tug Federation of Malaya, North Borneo. Sarawak and SIngaporoi, Mr H L. Jones. Assistant Secretary (BconoBurJ. Kortbeni Rhodesia. Mr. W. Padley. SecreUry to Uie Treasury. Kenya. Mr. R. da S. Suple don. Economic Secretary. Eat Africa High Commission (representing Tanganyika. Uganda, and Zanslbar) and Mr. K C Tours, Permanent Secretary. Ministry of Elnance. Oold Coast (representing Oold Ciasi and Nigenai. if meat, buttrr and che> i "No. | dont think Ihei much scope for expansiM manufacturing lines. An> then get some of the capital pm\ ide haj icqulrenionies Mr rfolland wa* ieferments of % %  ring to. of re sourc e a. if she baa Money for what' 1 "Kailssay exmoney, %  -.he will tensions for one thing." h<> eeicl %  | • .nker" "Hydro electrictt> di*\ ••lopment And then Inspoke ol a subLocal body requi" foi eel still very much o Uculatlon Forestry with What about %  ome tor eat Ing export Industrial i>. III "While I'm I rest men I I've-bet ei we make on the devoiopmei i of by I secondary export Indoat] %  be colncl The 5,000 ulthnaleU m\ tO two gp ... :.iid man] reached Pakistan In !" % %  Bttied The Otn hi MM eacapad i,. | found ii" 11 the Roof of the W omnunieta Invw in I0S1, they fie.i to K..' With Itttlt I %  0 drought. It'it the] coui age And they deti %  wey to Tuikiv. whoM language they understand. Now one hundred an them. Including 33 men, 35 women aj .i ;tt i hlMresi have an Ivi d ivo been esltl %  • &Kin the Turkish authorities Hi them in Tviri: ern, mounlalnou* disln. i meet condltloi I to them. ar suitable for ralslnit cattle ,md shs-ep. Another group f '' bran Pafttetari rSS. Eventually 1.850 of ihi Ing Kii/aks will be all. I r a^rapei iitpest — i..E.s. shown .v tea witn marked suocess. Thui %  Lond %  i i %  H 11 %  %  %  than t' 1 1 PTO%  nomical 11 mtl v in the world ran achieve cumomic advancement without eoi %  like Britain, ut i" the ruippy position of to provide inost ol the equipment needed for tlUs p UTOCD Uwii own rgourcd Othgrs, bowtvBi look to ill.more mdustrigliy developgd countTios io supply %  larM pro] %  • i %  %  %  uuniig eountrte* through etgrrl :t.ooo k.w. power like Canada, Au united itlnue. i %  then %  rangunwi goods, mere end mot lion of o trunk *• of then demands I i n TunogV. tad in capital equipthe con tTUCtton of Saudi Arabia'! pUblk (tiro •i i | the provi exiKiit flgurep. vent f<> i large praln haudlmg an.l iv iiiiiietin for Industry. plant III Arfentlni (the In 193R. t|nb the Southern herrni-phere), and so on. SI pel .-nt of total U.K Nor does the story er, t with tie ; in IBS], export i capital good there era 18 per II.' of p lot) i wh.it itiiuhl be .railed capital per in v.. in:; i itutg en(fkene -if the Incresee In • i brought in on i %  cL on the rrlbuh %  %  r %  .. %  %  . • on, .-n the net any thi s^inhratea, on ;'ie Aleppo %  %  rtii country) nthei Coloilthn Plan i . on erttta the v i %  %  mud vehicles, uow hem* guppiemented ships an. i K (inv%  in IS6I, roughernmeni h ly SS pi ., rvices of' % %  .! %  %  .1 %  %  pessengi i can ere Inn i > %  • and tlfl epei Iflc training ilLded.' :f the dephj i i2o ac%  t ilutj of '• and II has made vehicles were foi export, . general offei to take n compared with two-fifths in IS4I Uritain. In fact, hi not r lc proporUon "f electricity* r. v exporting experts hut also generatina steam turbines c\Sereptln ported i df • ital del i Exi Inveeu ml goods U it to the en -ll t,. Up) Id. From the point m 41 to 55 of the CU lie rf their own n I'.K. Kxpsir's |.e:d • are a %  piled One brad %  : I. %  %  %  S trade ngu-t re supplvlnp eoulpment (ptnrX C 1,600 cranes, and tools i for the C 1 %  .a generate power difference to our expert f.guree. Cocktail Cabinets For BUS&B I 'N[)ON led luxuries ire i>lnnned for Amertcani


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WHATS ON TODAY I 3 m P • •:-b.U Clnrau, s u >< m rt llifllnli SW.. %  '!>* "*,ijor Crif Wturva *l 1 M r A • M p • I J n ..* Hi ESTABLISHED 1895 FRIDAY, VUE CBMI'rNEW COMMONWEALTH P$DC\ PROTECTS COLONIES' INTERESTS West Indian Advisersei„ s p oweT U.N. Reeonmiend Talks Sav Talks Were Success i \im> i> \TIII% (From Our Own lorri-pondeni) LONDON, Ic II• %  itenatnl 'His ovenlng Mr. C .1: AIb> n Gow a. Wort [noun A h i %  ........ Thev %  nt ^> -'"*' in pr.r; .i barktiruum: ,' and PTlC M 'or I I %  flowing fogeaga investors the right to M gain* ,. M \ for i ,Uh .md %  I }'. W I U H B) II ''I1 .. prosperity will not tall i'H" their lap*. II iH be Ui think hard, plan hard . Kf.ll 1 h.llllf p to i vii. cosOUf In the in and women. .. U) (in ;,ll in their power to grasp in the full the gmt opportunities %  | ., ;. f. B.WJ no^' have .. real chance to take I heir plate in 'he Commonwealth We must real.infC son — to in ll i I and exploit this new spirit of COnOdCOM abroad In the ComCOok" wealth." .hi it has been a priviI rum HI {tuurh-r* : Woman \\ ins Prize For 17 Children Madrid: natntn.il : %  %  i %  P U 11.000 in eaah. I to It I %  eottng her with a %  : .. %  .. %  town Of Feija. NOW Vork: u Dr. K >k 117 day, t i hall fmm He %  |, ., ;. %  :ly 111 Ift-fool K. ll phi hurriiheir plme in the Common WCI %  .i'li %  HDSi s On Palestine Treat> Marco* Perti JimI WFINSI M Jiminez has BffOt lalmi provision..! Pri ol Vetse* tuela "by atcMl ' foreea." An army eolon< leader In the | KI i paaij baraj theflueeman junta whleh has | the rountry since November. Illii Leaders of opposition partial have keen arrested. (InlernafiemafN. I ,\U W. '. UN qiat 4 %  %  bloc absl I'uHort Ahmed %  VI. : ilo thai II will .. %  :. gallon of Jei > i HI iha %  %  JIII mended l\ th< I'mlcd I 12 Mororrn. Red Chiefs Expelled %  1 %  .. %  %  an ll pal i %  let i I Uda rule have t-> have been present at ttul nil from a By museum. Thev are worth at lca"l £1.000. Milan: Cullers al Milan lax offlCee I .md did not pa* i 'MX caaraa wenon sir k this -lake before shippinn n Uk "i mainland. r .: nag) Reds Launch Big Assaults iK' i! ;. [> i i CorantUnlsU launched assuulia in almost a month tobalo four fsouih K i tH'sit" on the Weei anlji to be slammed back in 13 hont I t a like UghuiiK. Soum Boraani burla againit three of the hill* befare dawn but the battle nt ti -little N> aal noon. CM %  %  • firlnit about 6.000 .1 .niill.ry and mortar. lOUgh Ko* w fiequenlly Little Noti after %  rduuf re ,-nelci.l. 1 Inton. South Koraani aitbdraw i %  Hatanei and raked 'he lull mortar : nd t.ink Are t'-r two hours and at 1 2" i.m. r.r. < east %  h.. %  %  N 1 | 1 on ni %  %  %  IHMIIKSUI Not Denied 'km. %  MI i.. did not'i I • %  i hen. 1' Wi t :' r "-iV:' 1 Miss Hawkins Ladies Champion at Gymkhaii •.r al th potnui m Uw wome th. baal %  i u.era and : pe.n. lie had l*vr l i, char gee in the grand lumbar of I ttratad ^ ,, %  %  Mi Warran Aiartin. Tba mi on Daei iho mutnlnc after the Krand |UT*'l %  , .,1.1,. A cpukesnvin said tha being r.i laj without wafUruj for .al ...i arar in view if the UN Umoni % %  <--'• rdas before ""•LaW nj 1 %  i ommltuv Th %  morq bowed iht Uw United Stater >•.,, lade "aovi i i manta" on 4i> An.et i an employe*! and that |] ralati d B> .. | 'i %  t f till 40 12 of them links, sir still on nrol %  IT "cotlu %  %  than 200. %  ... %  A I %  'I i i I %  .. %  — IT. Kace J"ca Expects Bumper Crop which i; is planned t. proa %  450 tons per day. Foreign Ministers Meet Next Week PARIS Dm Ottrfal eotiretj aaid lig-threWaatcrn Forei .,..„-. ,„.i, naxl wcjek, with Britain and France llarnf u UXa \* early around work fr the prob i tkn. rrome vith the lnconung Elaenhower administraUon Bai %  Dw to'ra„. Utttrta office :•;.. and BrU ( >e mitgoing Secretary Achaaon wlB (>:1C K | rx-sinnate lohn Poatai Holies the poinl" /. h ngton 10 hectic poltcyI • naarl real expecU-d i.uints of his own I KINGSTON Jamaica, Dec. ll I'l sugar production 10 the IWJ^I Ukaij to I exceed prenrl u i itunataa ant 1 indication* arc thai the bumpei iane production will l*.ofct sugar %  %  %  of the Jamaica Sugai Hanufaotup won taken! 4 Now .... "i., rjefl lot over tin TIHK figure is M furlb-'i A%  li lies Sugar Frome F>t• %  iv itartDeccmembrr 8. \0 BELPAT ALL Ltadaaii A man i oapad from taUon and wa i Anothe polka dog saw wtia md i-elcased lh> dog rrori ... the pi. oner. Hut the dOfl WOBl i rhasinn thI CaUfbt him ixiwiii-.. %  The man got away. %  %  %  %  %  twn B) n i %  cry i %  GOVT. 1)11) WOT KNOW. • Nea ferh in; I %  %  I ,. i Noel of tin id Allan. Minister t %  %  i %  UM p ib '-!' %  d arlthoui i Buckel Race %  %  Ke|>llhlMUIi8 rafeWHtl PrfHiflfnt'."Keinurks in Ti laO.il Ml uoul (;. p. %  I % % %  ulod i Mat Ai in. i %  .:. Korea %  %  %  th. md ikal ; ,. i %  i %  %  1 i %  %  i %  —i r. • i ,,f a Bill f furl | ("H1NKSF. REDS BEAT JACK SOUTH KOREANS il. Hoc U. luoiigh 'I sary ., burl defend111! on the ooad tbao i %  s oat] t %  lb* II Shopping Ikiys befbre XmoM •TIII: Tlllllll VIM ion the i nt%  full. _, I | their Forftober t Schuman tflQ agaura the U S that Pari ng its best on >he tempor%  %  %  plan which would %  Nt grtlitlad rlowaeei the U.8 %  • % %  will never i*. rau' Achcaon will demand a drive to put ideas acroar ( %  poxUament %  I %  Boh tr made the t that hll ideas ig-d by his expected to I r.atlvc I tier, %  %  rmtribute dire. • .cithuut i 1 : aints —CJ* i %  THE SCOTLAND YARD DETECTIVE U*ho lloaea). hand on uaad looKi Mmswhat Plfd as ha one Ueat Jack Kurton iOcorg* Chsll-corl. Itft and his wtfs Vsia. IPaaasU Cbaytori Bill iUIUngton (Denu WMl"l*.y/Lord Dangaai nd Mrs. MlUlngton (Pauline Dewdlaci laak soqalrliialy ea. Been* Is from Uia BrldfeUwa Players producuoa of "Ths Third Visitor -rtieh opened last night at the Zmpu* Theatre (See Page i for revieuv. Mr. Truman Criticises Gen. MacArthur's Slant! WASHINOTI N Trumrnari ihouW give him nil aoiution to the Kori %  told wa co fownc. thai BLaanbower h.th have a Hut t to eorne reward In with anyaouftkai they ma) bave whid aril] and Rid and iiiaould %  plan Truman said U Arthur has a pa r Ucu l ai I ilul as a five star Gt duly In !" %  Arthur han anytll %  ... %  i on 4.4(*i g h nee and an b • MII(. nnation. Wake I %  llr said the led %  %  Korean aoi K suibie to Germany for i tmn purpose K.rfT.. VM pC* II Truman wi .f the way MaeArtb %  rrpoii' %  %  %  he haa m I %  States and dnean't him. %  %  %  |hnt at a duty to i' i %  rpoi %  good of the eour.*ry I I'


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