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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TODAY

A A A CN LS te

Films for Children at B.C. 9%. ar
Advocate Christmas Card

Competition Exhfbited © at

Museum a nih 10—6 p.m
Committee Meeting, &P.C.A.,

B.c ds Swe 12.00 noon
B.C.A.—B.C.L. Cricket

Fixtures, Kensington 1.00 p.m
Mr. J. C. Hammond lectures

to School Teachers = at
ee House : 1.00 p.m

lice nd at Annual

Officers Dance, Drill Hall 9.00 p.m. ESTABLISHED 1895

Commonwealth Econo
New Approach

mM To Problems

Named Cardinal



ARCHBISHOP J. Francis Mcintyre,
64, named Cardinal by Pope Pius
XII, is shown with an altar boy at
Mass in the private chapel of his
Los Angeles home He wil] be the
first Cardina} west of St Louis
and his appointment raises Amer-
fican membership in the Sacred
College to four. (International)

13 Kikuyus
Rounded Up

NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec, 12.

Thirteen Kikuyu tribesmen|
were rounded up in a combined)
police and military raid near Roy-!
al Lodge where British Queen!
Elizabeth was staying when her
father, King George VI., died last
February.

The thirteen were picked up in
the Nyeri district for questioning
on the Mau Mau oath-taking cer-
emony, at which two persons al-
legedly were assaulted,
and forced to take an oath to
chase the white man from Africa.

In the Thomsons’ Falls area
British troops accompanied by an
armoured car squadron raided
native squatters for ee



a a



Mr. Eisenhower
Is Displeased

By MERRIMAN SMITH

HONOLULU, Dee. 12.

President-E lec t Eisenhower
showed marked displeasure —
through his staff—Friday of Presi-
dent Truman’s charge that his Ko-
rean trip was the outgrowth of a
campaign of demagoguery.

Mr. Eisenhower himself had
nothing to say publicly about the
President's broad swipe at his
three-day visit to the snow cover-
ed battlefront, but his aides left
no doubt that he viewed Mr, Tru-
man’s remarks with something
approaching contempt.

Mr. Eisenhower, who arrived
here on Thursday aboard the
cruiser Helena, planned another
work and play schedule for Fri-
day. He was to hold another ser-
res of meetings to discuss military
topics and to get in a bit of golf
on the 19-hole course where he
and his staff are living.

He planned to leave on Satur-
day at noon for New York where
he may meet next week with Gen-
eral MacArthur to hear what the
former Far East Commander has
described as a “clear and definite
solution” to the Korean war.

It is believed that most of Mr.
Fisenhower’s work will be done
on the trip from Guam to Hono-
lulu. —U.P.

Par badros

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec. 11

The Commonwealth Economie Conference which ended

to-night has decided on a co

mpletely new approach to the

problems of the sterling area based on gradual relaxation
of trade restrictions. and a step by step advance towards

freely culivertible pounds,

The Conference stressed, however, that these broad
objectives could only be achieved through improvement in
the sterling area’s balance of payments with the rest of the

world.

Among the measures that are to)
become immediately effective, the
United Kingdom Government has
announced that in future residents
outside the sterlirz area, who have }
invested capital in approved pro-
jects in Britain and colonia’ ter-
ritories, shall be allowed to trans-
fer capital profits “across the ex-
changes.” Hitherto, this right has
extended only to sterling equiva-
lent of initial investment.



Finance Company

Secondly, a Commonwealth fin-
ance company is to be formed by
a group of important financial in-
dustrial and commercial concerns
in the city of London to further
development in overseas Common-
wealth countries.

This company which will be
under the Chairmanship of Sir
eevee seernck, L wellness Lon-
ion banker has the backing of the
Bank of England and ot Brit-
ish banking houses, financial in-
stitutions and such famous indus-
trial concerns as Shell, Lever
Brothers, Imperial Tobacco and
Tube Investments.

Only Disagreement

The only serious disagreement
during the conference arose over
the question of imperial prefer-
ence. The United Kingdom pro-
posed that all Commonwealth
countries should join in seeking re-
lease from the “no new preference”
rule in G.A.T.T. (General Agree-
ment on Trade and Tariffs). But
though this proposal was support-
ed by Australia and the colonies,
other countries felt that such an
approach would not advance to
the agreed objective of restoring
multilateral world trade.

The conference therefore reject-
ed the British proposal.

However, it was agreed that
all Commonwealth Governments
would co-operate with the United

inary iP desea a Sa

tiaular difficulties arising on
tariff. The object of this approach,
the Prime Ministers stated in their
final communique, would be to
enable the U.K. consistently, with
basic provisions of G.A.T.T., to
continue duty free entry for cer-|
tain Commonwealth goods even!
though duty on foreign imports
might be raised to protect British
domestic industry and agriculture
This would have the effect of
increasing the preference margin
enjoyed by Commonwealth im-
ports but in the British view, such
a procedure would not be con-
trary to the spirit of G.A.T.T.

Tariff Problems

Commonwealth Governments
also agreed to give sympathetic
consideration to certain special
tariff problems—chiefly of a tech-
nical nature—affecting the calo-
nies, ’

On the question of finance policy
the Prime Ministers emphasised
that sterling convertibility is an
integral part of ayy effective
multilateral trade system. But this
objective could only be reached by
progressive stages. Convertibility,
they stated, would depend upon
three fundamental conditions.
One, upon the continuing success
of the sterling area’s efforts to
curb internal inflation and to

achieve balance with tle rest of
@ On page 7





FILMING HAREOUR POLICE

Oil Drilling
Starts In
January

Turner Hall Plantation in St
Andrew, will soon be the scene of
great activity and attraction when
the Barbados Gulf Oil Company
starts drilling operations in ap-
proximately three or four weeks’
time.

Dr. W. F. Auer, the company’
Resident Manager told the Advo-
cate yesterday that the derrick
by which the pipe is let into and
out of the hole during drilling
operations, has just been com-
pleted. The derrick is 136 ft. high
and 30 ft. square at the bottom
and stands on a sub structure 12
ft. high.

One month ago,
started grading a well location
midway between Turner Hall
House and Swans and afterwards
began concrete work for the der-
rick foundation. Towards the end
of last month, the very heavy
pieces of equipment which were
at Holetown Beach were moved to
Turner Hall. A few days later,
building operations for the two
500 barrel tanks began

The company started to build
the steel derrick sub structure on
Dec. 3 and three days later work
on the derrick proper began.

Within the next few days, the
company will be moving the
heavy lifts already at Turner Hall
into position and will also start
getting the mud tanks built and
will be laying the various pipe
connections.

the company

to four weeks of

hard work will be necessary to
complete the rig and put all the
ancillary equipment into condition

for drilling.



Bri

dgetown

| A “Film City”

Bridgetown became a “Film
City” yesterday afternoon, A film
production unit of the Britis.
Warner-Pathe Newsreel organisa-
tion spent nearly the entire after-
noon in Bridgetown’ shooting
scenes. The unit attracted a great
deal of attention and members of
the crowd who assisted received
handsome tips.

The unit arrived by B.W.LA,
from Trinidad on Thursday and
left last night for Trinidad.

During their short stay they shot
scenes of local fishing boats at se"
and some of the island’s beaches.
In Bridgetown, scenes were taken
of the Wharf, Harbour Policemen,

mauby and pottery sellers, and
buses,
This unit, was responsible foi

the production of a very successful
documentary film “Travel Royal,”
which will be shown in the West
Indies in the New Year. It ha
come to the Eastern Caribbean to
make colour supplements for tu¢
Pathe Pictorial Film Magazine
which has a world wide circula
tion; and at the same time to take
material for a short tourist at-
traction film on the islands of th«

Eastern Caribbean which is being

sponsored by B.W.I.A. and BOAC
and which will have a wide dis-
tribution in the United States and

throughout the rest of the world

@ On page7





The Film Unit of British Warner-Pathe Newsreel organisation, at present touring
shot scenes of the Harhour Policemen on duty in Bridgetown yesterday
Trinidad on Thursday and left last night for Trinidad

Caribbean,
The unit arrived from

the Eastern

the Central Midwives Board Ex-
amination in May, 1951. She took

SATURDAY

im

Ss +

DECEMBER

“HIG THYRE”



1952

ic

1’ HAPPY

28,

—



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onte

MmoobD

Messrs. Adams, Gomes aud Lyttelton smile happily for this photograph. Could it be that the
it is
jony existing as the trio meet at the Colonial Office prior to thy

Secretary of State for the Co!
there can be no doubt about the
opening of the Commonwealth

is telling them he only smokes

onference.

Jamaica cigars? Whatever

WARNING TO BRITISH

Income Tax
Inspector
Appointed

Mr. C. W. E. Archer, Inspector,
Department of Income Tax and
Death Duties, has been appointed
to the post of Inspector (Income
Tax), as from June 1, 1952.

Mr, Archer is 42 years of age
and was appointed to the Govern=
| ment Service in June, 19382. He

has served as a tlérk in the Police
Magistrates’ Courts, Districts “A”,

“Cc”, and “F.” He was appointed



iin June, 1951, to the Executive
| Grade 1s an ‘Inspector, Income
Tax and Death Duties Depart-
iment, .
Mis jrenda St. Hill has been
appointed a Nursing Sister at the



Barbados General Hospital, as
from Jan. 1, 1958.

Miss St. Hill was educated at
St. Michael's Girls’ School and



entered the General Hospital. as a
Student Nurse in 1944, She was
selected in 1947 under a Colonial
Development and Welfare Scheme

for the London County Council
Training Course for Nurses
She received her Siate Regis-

Final in January, 1950,

and passed the State

Final June, 1950. She was en-
gaged in Staff Work at the London
Jewish Hospital for three months.
Miss St. Hill took a course in
Midwifery at. Beckenham Mater-
nity Hospital and passed Part I of

tered Nurses’ Training at St.
Charles’s Hospital, passed the
Hospital

with credit

a post-graduate Course in out-pa-
tients and casualty work at Wool-
wich Memorial Hospital for about

8 months. She took Part II of the

Midwifery Course at Hillingdon
Hospital, Middlesex, and passed
the examination in September
1952

Mr. W. P. Cooper, Techical As-
sistant Government Electric In-
spectors’ Department, has been

Government Electric
Inspector, The appointment dates
from April 16, 1952.

Mr. Cooper is 34 years of age
and was appointed to the Govern-
ment Electric Department as
Technical Assistant on August |
1942. He has been acting as Elec-

appointed

trical Tnepector ince Oct 16
1951
.

It wa announced yesterday
that Major O. F. C. Walcott has
]been appdinted Offieer Com-
|manding, Barbados Regiment

| Call For “Holy War”

CAIRO, Dec. 12.
A call for a “holy war” against
France in defence of Arab Na-
|tionalists was made by the Islam
leader to-day at prayers attended
iby General Mohammed Naguib
and Colonel Adeeb Shishakl
strong men of Egypt and Syria.
The summons to “Jihad”
{made by Sheikh Abdel
| Shashai



was|
Latif

—U-P.

Briti

ish Honduras











LONDON

NEWSPAPER INDUSTRY ©
nis. WANTS W.L. BAGASSE

If the British newsprint manufacturers do not bey
sbon to make use of the sugar-cane bagasse availabl

the Newspaper Society.
British mills are falling

ublished in London,

$. Koreans |
Retake Hills |

SEOUL, Dec 12

South Korean fighting men re-
captured Big and Little Nori Hills
to-night in a wold flanking move-
ment executed under cover of one
of the heaviest allied gun, tank |
and artillery barrages of the Ko-|
rean war,

Battered off little Nori five
tunes earlier to-day, South Kore-
ans sheaked down one side of Big
Nori, taking advantage of the
smoke of battle thay hid the val-
ley.

The daring manoeuvre won the
South Koreans both hills, United
Press correspondent Fred Painton
reported from the Allied outpost
near Little Nori,

The R.O.K, flanking movement
against stubborn Chinese Reds de-
fending the hills was their ninth

~



counter-attack since they lost
Little Nori early yesterday and
their sixth to-day

Withering shellfire burr guns
and hand grenades turned back
South Korean attackers in theit

earlier charges.—-U.P,

CHRISTMAS MUSIC
BY BLIND SCHOOL



A choir from the School of the
Blind under their conductor Mr
Harold Rock, Organist of St
John’s Parish Church, will pre-
sent a programme: of Christmas
music at the Mental Hospital,
Black Rock, on Monday Dec, 22.

The choir will be assisted by
some of the leading artists in the

island,



Christmas
Supplement

The “Advocate's” Christ-
mas Supplement will be de-
livered with to-morrow’'s
Sunday Advocate.

The front and back covers
are the first attempt at three
colour reproduction in the
island. It is the work of the
Advocate’s Photo Engraving
Department.

The front cover was re-
produced from one of the
Christmas Catds entered in
the Advocate’s Christmas
Card Competition and was
drawn by Oscar Walkes, 4
member of the Photo En-
graving Department.







jour largest

behind the Americans

“It seems amazing that |
paper

it

|

e British West Indies, U.S. manufacturers undoubted!
Will, believes Mr. W. T. Curtis-Wilson, a former pre 1

of

manufacturer

in thel
elopment of the use of sugar cane waste to improve!)

sprint supplies, he declares in “The Newspaper Wor \'
!

with gross profits in thei: balance }'

sheets of some £17,000,000
not thought it worth whil

a small fraction of this vast
in carrying out a pilot
the manufacture pulp f
raw material
British Colonie ind D it

oO

Half
try of

Uh sugal gro in i
the world is within
British Commonwealth
an ever-growing demand
better standards of living f
native people within thi

Millions of ton
wasted a year

material is an
the sugar growing communi

“We

pound
for

of baga
indeed, thi

embart

pend man millic
annually
paper-making
outside the
wealth. Surely, with
for paper continually
with the raw
in abundance i goi
and with many millior
seeking for a
living, it should
the wit of the
big busine ntery
ness these

create at ndu

importing
from co
British

an

Gover

thing lowell

such a
The worl \

for 1953 i oon I

been hoped that the

increase in the iva

paper had fore

provemen the if

but

difficult 1 be I

maintaining the {|

newspapers ¢

cent cut in puly my

Scandinavia and if ¢t

it is now certa

reductior pr
finitesimal M
continues.

Two ye
esu
world demand for
the nece fc
to explore po Dle
raw material
drawn to the p bilit f
bagasse, whict
suppl in all
jareas of the \

Great Interest

Since — the l
pmanufacturer r
interest in
paper from
British manufacture
experimented th t d
obl Viouw
newsprint
next ter

World producti
from traditional
9,000,000 tons
the Ur
6.000,000

papa

f
ot a

eal he

annu
State

_ A 1951
On page 7



Five New C.D.&W Schemes

and. Dominica tives and soeia velfare depart-| duction
re the chief beneficiaries from ment St, Vince
ive new Development and Wel- im
fare schemes, totalling $441,154, A contribution. of $100,733 is} Yuilding
lapproval of which was notified granted towards the cost of a| primar
to the Comptroller for Deveiop- new hospital to be built at/ used
ment and Welfare during Novem-) Roseau, Dominica Local fund chool
will contribute $179,107. This
1e largest grant authorized scheme raplaces an e lier plan
me of $226,800, for the pur- for rebuilding the existing hos.
hase of land-clearing equip-|pital, Dominica also benefits from, brir
nent British Hondura Thea grant of $90,072 for the estab-/and
ar lony received a grant of lishment of a_ central ivestock | We
18,797. t eet the cost of in-|farm, as part of the | n | 089,¢
the »~onera-| policy of. increasir Apr
»

I

scheme

abundant in

n

sum

material prod

higher andard

olonies



bjecta of



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oller for



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Vaccine Used |






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SIX CENTS

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from Codringtan Ni

infall for month t date: 2.99 Ins.

Temperature: 846.0 °F

Temperature: 70.0 °F

elocity 6 miles per heur
9 aan) 9.940 (3 gm.) 2 OM

TO-DAY

6.11 «wu
+40 p.m
Last Quarter
6.00 pm
1.3 am.,
Tide: 7.27 a.m,

December, #

1.28 p.m.
6.2% p.m.

Ends



West Indian
Aims Achieved

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec. 12.
nidad Labour Minister, leaves

ht for New York on his way to Trinidad after

Albert Gomes, Tri
iin the ( ommonweal
ane VI (somes gave

lor Cattle

Disease

Prove Government
Officer just back fron
f Veterinary Offi
B h Caribbean in
{ te iy that the
Dise vhich ha
Martinique will re
or a considerable time, |
res taken by the Bar
rnoment agair in-
here will be force }
uw 1 year
ud that the number of ani

nvolved in Martinique is too

or Government there t
he laughter policy” as is
out in Britain, and as an |
‘ ll use a vaccine |

iseast

Dr. Proverbs said

unise animals fe

ind animal

inated at regula
r" Disease has been |
rtinique for the past eight



b ind some delay was experi
d in getting material for diag
the particular one of the
lifferent viruses which i
fecting the animals in that col
my
No Vaccine in Barbados
He said that Barbados at the
oment has no vaccine against
disease, but possibilities for
aining supplies had been dis
ed at the conference. The life
f the vaccine is very short
Should there be an outbreak, Gov-
nment would probably adopt the
laughter policy” to prevent the
read of the dise This would
done by eneireling the affected
ea, and slaughtering the animals

Ne sete that one of the chter

re

I

ent



Dp Pro

the Conference was to
unified legislation and
measures in the British
‘territories. The con-
every possible
keeping the disease out
territories, and organised

to be adopted in the
of an outbreak in any of the
The decisions reached at
Conference have been incor-
ted in the Committee's Report
h has been sent to the Comp-
Development and Wel-
who convened the Conference.

up
ntive
an
nee discussed

of
hese





recommendations will be

to the various Governments
rned, and it is hoped that the
ective Governments will see
vay to implement the sug-

ior
Very Great Loss

erbs emphasised the

of the disease, and said

1 disease gains entrance

@ On page 7











Bottlers (Barbados) Limited



~ A Merry Christmas

Prosperous New Year

th Conference. Before catching
this exclusive interview on the

We have achieved what we
set out to achieve” he said. “From
the point of view of the West In-
lies it has been satisfactory, In
iny future pattern of world trade
ind finance, if West Indian terri-
tories are to preserve their econ-
position, the system of im-
perial preference must be retain-
ed




It is no small achievement
therefore’, he continued, ‘that
{this Conference has expressed
tself as recognising the need to
| maintain existing preferences,
| But the “ne new preference” pro

vision of GATT makes it difficult
tor us to sell certain of our manu-

| factures in Conymonwealth mar-
| kets and the fact that the cone
| ference has drawn attention ft

this disability and has expressed
villingness to assist in correcting
t is very reassuring”

Satistactory

Mr. Gomes said he considered
| the conference statement on com-
nodity policy to be as satisfying

one could hope for in the cir
cumstance
Here also there was recognition
the necessity to plan against
price fluetuations and insecurity
j}of markets by international
igreements might take in the
question the point of view of
himself and Mr, Adams had beer
lon every occasion to stress mést
strongly that West Indian econo-
could not survive without
commodity agreements with
guaranteed prices.

“We have emphasised most
strongly that irrespective of
whatever form these commodity
agreements. With regard to this
future, they can only be accept-
able to the West Indies if the
guarantee factor is retained.”

“Mr. Gomes was sure that the
West Indies would welcome the
decision to co to foreign
investors the right to transfer

o’provide an added

‘capital gain

This ought to provide

stimulus to foreign investors In
the West Indies.

Ife revealed that
taxation difficulty had figured
prominently in extra conference
discussions with the Secretary of
State for the Colonies and official
advisors. While the final word on
these discussions would have to
walt the report of the Radcliffe
Commission which was now sit-
ting, the importance of a change
in present arrangements had been
most firmly stressed

mies

the double

The atmosphere at the confer-
ence had been warm and friendly
said Mr, Gomes in conclusion,
In particular he had appreciated
the opportunity to discuss
heads of the Commonwealth ter-
ritories including Prime Minis-
ters, matters of mutual interest
which normal methods of proee~
dure did not allow

—————






















Greetings

Once
more
The holiday
Season reminds
us that we are
nearing the
Year’s end, &
that it is time
to take inventory.
That’s what we have
been doing — taking
inventory, not of
material gain, but of
Friendships such as
yours, We wish we could
adequately express the
pleasure that is ours in
extending the Season’s
Greetings and in tell-
ing how eager. we
are to be of constant
service to you during
the coming year. The
Loyalty and goodwill
that keep our relation-
ship so successful fill
us with gratitude and
the hope that ‘we shall
be able to continue this
most pleasurable service
that means so much
to us,

and a

uel

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1 exp where he remained for one year Revd. Fr. Justin Field bo ae ourable aspects for wise ambition. Be : The ‘@i bidding on this = ——
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West ‘Africa ha os a as lived stud Spanish and Histor He Dv r 120 guests and well wisher' at See eeenent, rather use salesman. touch-and-go hand from a : ; oak Whe Actlan wit 10 ELL I ELA
Mri Barlive.dé heat? 1a fterwards admitted to attended. : irs contest was One Heart = ; ay) aie ee OP i
; costa sae ead of hist ind took his Bar final The bride, who was given iD] gu~e 22 10 SULY 22 (Cancer)—Be not by Bast, double by South 3 | TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 1 contit Mk Pe eB Ae
aes ne ny is yea marriage by her father, wore @|too quick judging, or without plan ot Two Hearts by West. ? nbappedlin et Bredies . KA : a CAMERC
eee They are paying e] as called to the Bar New York modelled outfit of all-/ stan. Te ee for bent Pause round ee ys ; | Rig | Rosen hn Wanemmnaate! FORT OSAGE
, Barbatine ir, € chael did the Post over Jace over slipper satin, close= | fiteq aly jumprne oe ey | Rolor MMsies! tebe was
N BARBADO S¥inal C ivs€ covering the period fitting bodice, long sleeves and 4 , ‘. h nad a close decision = | ' r , = :
| \ BARBADOS for a couple ofajune to October oke-of nylon outlined with medal- | ,,7ULY a te ee Oath Dine: and a at sine tables bid Three 3 ABOUT FACE 2 Special :
a , m re Mr. and@ ions and studded with sequins. | contracts need especially careful hens. : ioe me os — = 3 | Brack Lite Stor a. z
2 _ who arrived Short Visit Hor fingertip length veil was kept | ling. Shun avoidable legal tangles. ; ramet oe steer Saree. t NATURE: ood OE me aa
SS. De Grasse on taecey in ther | EAVING on Thursday in plete by an orange blossom AUGUST &% to SEPTEMBER 23 (Vv ? trick one with OK: when § 9.00 a.m. @ 1.0 p.m recemebiee! ” Gorgeous Ge
to the isheas ron, their first visit [US BWIA. for Jamaica was Wreath and she carried a bouquet |_So ming setenne ri ae i West got in with 18 § HOMICIDE | - pays ane
the Windsae Mor oT quests at: ay) f. Wreenwood, iapert Man. of Bucharist lilies, Gerberas, For-|#oed. But don’t disregard wise objec 3 Diamond return defeated ¢ ee | ‘= oo ck
he Windsor Hotel : , wuod, Export Man- fern, |#ns. Inventions, social, _ betterments : the contract é al GLASS ALIBI
Mr Constant ii ial ger of Ailen and Hanburys Ltd,, get-me-Nots and Asparagus fer were spun from dreams : In some cases the play § | AW “on un aati Kelly & ! vuness, Car
rector of ( i st : cae ¢ - gi AAO He spent a few days in Only bridesmaid was her cousin, = took a twist when oat : Mont Hale oe ae "abcd to Sy Tonit
rector 0 onstant and ) \ip eee ae : ‘ SEPTEMBER % te OCTORER. °s : 4 at trick three ang Wes: ¢ ' ere Seen
ywners of Londotr aun ae t at the Ocean — — a, See oaien (Libra)—Vibbrations «excellent ai ; 3: low in Case Bast held 3 Midnite Spee. Tonite | Roge ULOUS
; sy BCS phere + y , end financial undertakings can ac pe. letor, honour. South § ; = Midnite Spec. Tonite rete
come any oO se ‘ et el Op in Jamaica afteta. . ince to le cc) . > | SWING youR sarbura B oO
in i Course f \ J , taffet a a bouquet of | Give justice, tolera: to all : ame t oe ith 8 Heart As! ; BULLION oe vrbgrbara Britt
M* JOHN KIRNON, Junior \'; , Wteenwood will travel mixed gerberas ay Asparagus. | OGnOBER 2 t NOVEMBER i ca led @ 8 to Dummy's § STANLEY KRAMER PRODUCTIONS ROUGH RIDERS pown. Meee HIDEOUT
Income . "Pas . oe ).A.C. to England Dr agg hoe ly, the ae m's eee ae ee od error aupects : @ 10 Two of the Bast presents OF CHEYENNE WAY Rocky Lane
Antigui , "an ; ; ‘ yrother who came over from | but don't go overboa mefie vibra . iy refused to § an y s _ B.. 2 ~
> ae 6) gy ag AR ci To-night At Club Morgan ‘vyiniaad for the event, was best- | tons should be useful i Rin with @ K. but were now : | | Saipgerown ae (eran
Me KR ze poe eee {‘LUB MORGAN'S xe-opening mani ‘ | NOVEMBER 2 to DBOEMBER + 3. sibjected to an end-play : E ee
course in Income lax toh “ “ka sht should indeed be a Soloist during the ceremony wa* pa eaten —* ee je: pennies aa
Colonial Income Tax Office popular Club ha Miss -Rita Fletcher, < who —— ae effairs need close watching a HR 0 @ no A ££ a ai ‘
Mr. Kirnon who IS a guest at issed during the last three Schubert's “Ave Maris one stituents, assoc.ates. Patience needed E 8
Super Mare Guest House, brought '"0! to-night should prove Perfect Love.” Mr. John Fletcher DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capri- |, arranging plans, contracts ‘ ———_—_——
out his little son John with him. ‘© be a real “get to-gether” for was gt the organ. vorn)-—One of month's most opportune} YOU BORN TO-DAY at gaa STANLEY KRAMER PRODUCTIONS EMPIRE OLYMPIC ROXY
His wife has remained in Eng- ‘he “Morganites”. We understand The Gharming young couple re- | periods to carry on to success important | Jupiter ruling A brig Ss ERY
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son, you make friends â„¢ or fe 4 .
land, (here has been quite a bit of de- ceivéd an enthusiastic greeting as fishy ameunon aealiew. sree om pa oan posed hold and count or GARY COOPER." ‘HIGH NOON Opening To-day To-day to Monde d
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cee oo} EMPIRE THEATRE
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wr . : » Tuesd Today &
THREE SHOWS 4.30 & 6.1 4.30 & 8.1 .
’ 2 aes them wien _saeked See ceties! with THOMAS MITCHELL « LLOYD BRIDGES 1.30, 4.45 & 8.30 Keo aan a a es yee
Congratulation: 'f slectric fecording system has been of Mr, and ‘Mrs. H. E. J. Clyne Ee tt ease tie ames | cemattakings. in, cecal Us. Btaany Ra Rca Ne cone cay Attractio: a rie ona
sin oh a OO pe ; salah ; " : Aqua: —Day's aspects on Chaney Henry Morgan + EN 5 & 8. . . . Anthony o
Satay ITULATIONS to Mr, installed to pros ide dinner and where the reception was held be easy for vou to = 2 acne — sone meee. eer at. “~ ZINNEMANN « been Poy ty Cal Faron Stanley Kramer eens a Been , Dinah “Sher 4a picDonala Care
H, Chenery, Acti / ince music to alternate with the bri : Th inst minutes jews wi ‘urther Sagitta 4 educationalist Music Composed and Directed by Dimtri Tiomkin Production Presente ~~“ ° Maureen O'H
countant = ¢ yet ‘ 2 lar nightly orchestra. To-night Christmas Musio At ambitions. Lawrence Lowell, Harvar’ vector ot Protgroty Fld Cosy, AS C Gary Cooper ; im ir
ant General on his fift ! ghtly or re E , | EASED THRU UNITED ARTISTS ‘ rhe THE WHIP ’ .
second and Dr. Harold Skeete on e the Holiday Season well Cathedral | FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) RELEASED THRU UNITED ee oar HAND IVORY HUNTER COMANCHI ;
his sixtieth birthday 1 its way at Club Morgan 7 Barbados Choral Society —Planetaty configurations point. to ner = SS, HIGH NOON LOST PATROL se TORY
ay. . ‘ant sses, happy : * y In Tect , and
Many happy returns! " and the Cathedral Choir will | *"°°** G > 1 E ‘ Y ( with BUCCANEER
* * Postage Stamp Bat.... . vender their usual programme of F |] The Story of » man) Victor MeLagien i aint
JONGRATULATIONS also to PASSING through Seawell Air- Christmas Music at the Cathedral | ] pre hae TRE AY 80 | “Tae Loo red eee pm (KATIE DID IT] yvo
“4 = Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Redmat Pp eet on hia ne att, on Wednesday, 17th December at L TENING ae R.K.O. presents ie eet awe DOUDIe. ; oe
é Fite Vil aes en a port on his return to Canada 915°) 1m ' f P y THE HALF-BREED Epos aagaee lett ag te td { T
) Zz Hage, § James on the ' arts afllics « 8 . . OF “mM. ‘ , . hontertnk tae ee AST 1 Mond & uesd,
virth of daughter iss ratte en ' a ive May r it “eg Barb on Mrs. John Kirton will be the Rm ‘ Spe ay wdhte : gee THE TRAN ‘A Mark ‘Steve
ih gic Pino. ae alee ats” TOURS es | ee
ohn MeCormick AS ser sale a ‘ . Ho a ae PORT .OF . H Hilliard
+ ° e omotion supervisor, Trans-Can- arranged dor Soprano mole and : a he Midnite Donald Barry FORTY THIEVES tdinite Special Rod Came ' A
ig te RATULATIONS to Mr ,, Chorus by John E. West. She will SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, {952 TIGER William Phipps Tonight i ie
Goodvidve of Pir ent ada Air Lines Mi McCormick also sing a group of Christmas | 4006.00 p.m 2 Adele in Z Mi Anite wr snigt t WdonewiOOS ,
: ge Oo nasi ‘id Barbado: ay | sta ‘ ‘ , aoe oss 4 ‘ epublic Wb Whole Se
Vale "Wiolaga: Ot.) ionshe: “Who Tatton pea ean mat 4 bait to SONBS. 4 p.m. The News, 4.40 p.m. ‘The Daily a ALCAMRAZ |ARIZONA eer
celebrates his birthday to-day =~ oe t es adi . : th 4 The programme includes old] serviee, 4.145 p.m. BBC ae one | and MANHUN DAUGHTER OF RAIDE me OF TH:
" “ a i th. eottentn “Sills i favourites and a number of new Coie ne he tek, oe mi. Skate THE DAKOTA KID py aiet DON Q DESERT
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr. | at — r af said “t ain ‘tha sh uld carol for Dancing ‘ SPREE OOPS PP EPO PP SP IIE, with in wit es
Neville Morley who has just “°° 7#*™ne resor os are os Programmes of admission are on | 6.004.186 ‘pam. « 432M, 4 7} x J as , B] James Bel UTAH WAGON ' Aly: Rion ra Arle
obtained his Higher National Cer- ne ase sien ane sale at the Advocate Stationery oo — “Esch Shcseha ms ie Pa | % To-morrow is SUNDAY % Roy Bancroft TRAIN Adrian Boott Andy Devine
tificate in Electrical Engineering Xe atin nh btels 11 ; a Messrs. Ward and Spencer and at|in Town To-n:ght, 6.45 p.m. Sports| x % |
in England, mick ¥ isited the novels ANG Made a. 4, Clerk’s Office, St. Michael’s| Round-up, 7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.p * Plan a SWIM and a 9 | SCC SOVOOCPFOOOOPE CEO LLLP LESCOL IESE
Neville, the son of Mr. William tou! of the island. He found there Cathedral Home News from Britain, 7.15 p.m % 916 ~
Morley of the Barbies Electric was no shortage of bathing beach- Christmas Entertainment 10.80 pan a1.eM, 49 71M DRINK x | x ° = = %
Supply Corporatior a rt ry . : oe - = a0 - SS A t M g t t t %
Morley of Chelfone nue an While on the topic of tourists HE Annual Toy Service at 7 “ pm Sports Review, 18 ms DOWN THE HATCH > % no er | ni e e onl e x
Hill is an old Lodge boy now Mr. H. G. Baxter, T.C.A’s tocul the James: Street Methodist the Stent 4 ater Py itis Selick, 1 * % G L o iB £ %
working on the staff of the Eng- ™énager, tells me that more Cana~ Church takes place on Sunday] j9p.n. ‘The News, 10.10 p.m. From. the an e 1 > &
lish Electric Company in Staf- dians will be southbound soon Dec. 14. The children’s Sunday | ruitorials, 10.15 p m. ee sian At % > &
Ste 5 at 6 jolt .
ford. with the advent of 'T.C:A’s two School begins at 3 p.m. and this a eaoows Ce atte $ x the Film-Heaven’s around the Corner *
At the moment, he is in flights a week. The first is due to is followed by an evening ser- r Room ST, LAWRENCE x ¥ . %
Sweden on business for his em- leave Montreal Dec. 22nd, and Vice at 7 pm. At the evening REMEMBER— | % Free iced cold Cokes to 400 Patrons. Hold your Tickets and
ployers, He sends his kind re- will serve Bermuda, “Barbados ®¢rvice Rev. K. E. Towers will THE FORTRESS CLUB : HOTEL | $ win 4 Cartons of the World Famous HEINEKEN BEER &
gsrds to all his friends in Bar- and Trinidad. give en address, = =—S Vi CONTINENTAL 312 — PLUS ss
bados, Everyone attending is asked to XM S I Tr ISINE + 9 | s
bring along a toy which will ‘be A N GH cu $ And Stay for the... a fLlecal Talent on Parade x
For Christmas Holidays POCKET CARTOON] *'\"" to the poor at (Christmas. ; MUSIC g my 3/8 *
R. a Another Christmas _entertain- by PANAMA ¢ COLD BUFFET g | Michael Wilkinson singing Ole Black Magic’ e
by ano ie ane ven of oy OSBBRT LANCASTER | ,ont on Dec, 14 will be the Bar- y x / id 2 © xcith Seal re . The Girl I Marry’ x
r a cott Q.C., and batlés i . . “ eith Sealy = . “The Gir Marrs s
; , ados Youth Mo t's ~ 8 y < r x) & +r eat
Ze. Walcott of “The Rock”. mas.’p atnme A ae At Modern High School. eC] SS LUNCHEON % Maicolm Murray i ae Silent Night %
oon Z aftrivs: . ” . e , - re”?
Ry ; Englan¢ by The programme consists of Orchestra. R= At $2.00 Per Person) = ¥) % a1 Hunt = s ‘Kiss of Fire bc
ean _ oars LA. via Ja- tecitations, carols etc. - x Suni, % % Frank Corbin I Won’t Cry Any Mort st
aaa ne re ae pe to : Subscription $1.00 s SEE YOU AT “THE % %
gly ARS ‘ olidays Vontserrat School Teacher Admission by Invitation Ph. 4084 -:- Hastings x % ¥ Pate 12 hisines 30 Balcony 10 3
S$ pa s. . . : “f+ R “8 AWRENCE x <
Mr. Walcott is: a student at NTRANSIT from England in —— & ST, LAWRENCE ~ Bass 5559990959999 99 9 SSOP OOOO SPOOL OEY
Pembroke College, Cambridge the S.S. De Grasse on Thurs- 669 O OOOO LL seek ‘ ms
m j day on her way back to Mont- PES PRLS -



RRIVING from Trinidad
on Thursday by B.W.LA,







serrat was Miss Doris Taylor, a
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vere Mr, and Mrs, F. H. B. Black } Se hool. She spent one year in the G i oO B E AND CONTINUING
were Mr. and Mrs, FH. BB ach U.K. doing a course in housecraft TODAY % & 8.30 p.m.
ni rare ares at Seaford College, Sussex.
come over to spend the Christm i i i i
holidays, While in Barbados Miss Taylor G
Tis a ac ig a guest at “AllWorth”, Cheap- ALA A BRAND NEW DCUBLE OVERLOADED WITH ACTION
ficer of Brecken Castle Estate ae
Couva, while his wife is the Back To Jamaica N -
daughter of Sir John and Lady ; EAVING for ‘Trinidad on RE-OPE ING
Saint of Edghill House, St bor ovdcure’ s sake, Lionel, Thursday morning by
Thomas. don't let your principles B.W.LA. on his way back to Ja- at Into THIS |
Die Of Date force you into resigning maica was Mr, Stanley Pringle oe
lp ne bs from UNESCO until we're of the Department of Agriculture, THAT MAKES GIANTS
wine . the raffle in ai suite chrtdth eres kote who had been seconded to FAN
— _of the St. Thomas’ Nutrition ate oe Dominica, |
Clinic will take place on Jan, 31 ; = x be , rc p ‘ah om th He spent a few days here as a CLUB MORG . ice e
1953 instead of Monday, Dec. 15 Or ee Ce guest at the Hastings Hotel,







Please Dial 4000 for Dinner and Table
Reservations

BREAKS THEM...



Theatre Audiences See “Carmen” On T.V. ,
Opera ie eT Dec. 12. bobby soxers, as well as con- been performed before a “live” SONS NERS NN NE RGN NS ANG NNN NN NSN NNN ‘S

ew York to Los Angeles trooped the Metropolitan Mezzo-Soprano members of the Metropolitan staff
° motion picture theatres last Rise Stevens sing the title role, were present at the historic event.
night to see the performance of ‘he

"Car 1” A ft Theatre managers said their Theatre prices ranged from $1.25
" om n” flashed fron ie stage idiences were enthusiastic, and to six dollars.
a the Metropolitan Opera House one said the transmission was Opera lovers at San Francisco

television bette thar t ] S si
b I fi a f . s 2a 5
It was estimated some 67,000 oe 7 © the fights had to pay six dollars but the fee

1d been.” O “ize s - tee
theatregoers paid more tifan had beer nly prize fights pre- included a punch and buffet -

pies pel I thf viously had been brought to the per, The management LT D
$100, » see the show. theatres by television, planned to serve champagne ‘but 2
Women In evening gowns r "armen"

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Ste, $2, 18, $3.10, & $3.34

Bile te wen oss... $6.62 & $21.00

$1.20, $2.16, $4.80, $6.20 & $7.70

“aah ee bot vecvess 420, $1.20 & $1.41
shies $1.75 & $2.40
pean‘ : ssosee.. All Prices

$1.81, 3.11 & $4.88

$22.00 & $48.00

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DEC. 25, 7 P.M. ae |
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WALKING DOLLS i $13.38 |
PATSY WETTING DOLL |

DOLLS

PRAMS

LORRIES

TOPS

GUNS

GAMES

STOVES

CARS

DRUMS

ROLLER SCATES

NEW YEAR’S EVE

Gala Dance and Dinner ~ $6.00
DANCE ADMISSION om $2.00

(No Fancy-Dress)

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WALTER BRENNAN

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5 AT The Regular Saturday Dinner Dances will Commence 2 with Anne Bancroft - Donna Corcoran

Jeanne Cagney « Lurene Tuttle

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27TH. Produced by JULIAN BLAUSTEIN

Directed by ROY BAKER
Screen Play by DANIEL TARADASH |

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mink coats, men in sports coats V televis od rant ae tne nm eee ae q
wr tuxedos and culture conscious Met ropolitan just as it would have ®
Curistmas DinneR — —_ $4-00

T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)

DINNER: $4.00 tet DANCE ADMISSION: $1.00

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Phone: 4220

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19 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE
eee a cae i ada hrieniiieeaiiiamiainnuanhimtinae

ARSON ATTEMPT FAIES Tn. aa
THIRD CASE Announcing The Arrival ol

besa Xmas Bazaar
IN A MONTH ey ik 7 YOUR FAVOURITE BRAND OF
ee Well A ttended | t OURITE RANI Ol

ST, GEORGE’ i Co lerit ‘ a yeu be the Bul
An unsuccessful attempt was made to fire the home of a an ae A alin A.

; " ’ a udge, Justice A. R.
Mrs. Angela Johnson in the suburbs of Grenville, St. An- ST. VINCENT, Dec. 8. Goois-Lartigue after which His
| drews, early yesterday morning Ang! ( nad Ne Excellewey presented the Insignia.

























At about 3 a.m. a servant asleep on the premises was Wednesday ira Decem- Mr. Duncar award of _ the
aroused by the strong smell of smoke and on looking out ber. The v in the ©.B.E., was announced in last New |
eal alka : : morning but the ifterno va , —
aw a ground level section of the building afire. According fair, A ; erent Naa” Tene? Hommes. fiat
: : a t : ‘ 4 cre reéenae ind \
to her, just before raising an alarm she saw someone fleeing the t decorated stalls My, Duncan who is a retir 31
from the vicinity. which cater to different ages , ack " eacher er
With t ity ; . = r primary chool teacher was aj M
ith the alarm, however, othe WETS WES DATTONIE 1. The Police member of the St. Vincent Legis- | - M
eee ccupants of the house. assisted by ix Band rendere lively ne ind ative Couneil for several years.
neighbours who were also alerte Heavy Rain the dancing of toddlers « the He served as Secretary of the St.| A A
d to t the bl und eo Gishops lawn was leasing sight. Vineent Workingmen’s Association



managed to br laze und
eart Trouble pol ind by the time the Fire I , A few yard tr nd also as Editor of the Tribune, 8
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suffer from any of these symp- , _Paralytic Rabies out a land used survey of the of six months in the United King- " ~ y ree
i Trouble ‘wre persists stroke, t Positive laboratory identifica- Colony have arrived and have dom It is thought that frequent en- ee p / / |

, tion of paralytic r ibies as the cause commenced work in the north ertainment with the Steel Band £ i a L 3
of death of a cow the The Archdeac« told the press disturb the slumber of the neigh-

{| you shoultt start treatment at

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d b Hi srigade arrived from Grenvill { ba hod of } p H Hist f St. V ;
was altogether subdued on ee ee Oe {¢ wrote a “History of St. Vin- P
ause y ig Slight damage was done PITTA? MIURAS se | by Mrs. W Cause = a text-book now used widely | T 1
This is now the third « Nee BRITISH HONDURAS jaby Susan Fawkes presented he in these schools, and he also pro-| * ’
00 ressure 1 mon of attempt 1 ae te Heavy rain,fell throughout the a_ bouqt Cakes, sweets { dueed many pamphlets on A Con- i E
“es attempted arson, the Colony during October which handwork were attractive pliced stitution for the West Indi
5 : ; ‘ i ring nic 1 racti i for t ian,
Lyme. Sa eleameea "hes She beaits ircu ances of the previous two has slowed up things generelly n the stalls and quickly sole 4 R
on, ss, headaches a having nse. » fatarns _ é woe = j
and back of head and above eyes, | |)... used the Government to The country is wet, too wet for use : ’ Recently a large. branch from |
peneee ot Newest tat nervy, orsuf- | yr : ide publicity to an offer of mechanised farming, and prac- .:.._ eo , , ee si ne of the trees in the grounds of | s
ee Foe Tere Cree \; 51,000 reward for information tically all road work has stopped ne he Couff House broke away and
& you Fons is probably caused | (C8Cns to the convietion of any Crops of corn and rice etc, have Venerable R. S. Maxwell, Arch tame the northern portion of
| 34. ri ee Toe is @ | Person or persons, either actually been particularly affected leacon of St Vine nt in : St the iron railing. This synchronises
en then pSSAt uses mene | or as an instigator. connected with =9 a. — _ ass se. » ith the complaints raised by resi-
’ ant 670 eee thon aie uatally the first two Surveyors Lucia, returned to the island by Gents in that vicinity against the
ken for some simple ailment. If Two officials appointed to carry plane on Tues ifter a holiday polding of fetes in the courtyard
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OS; Atanavers: oe ances High loos endome district, some five miles of the colony is composed of hat he thoroughl : enjoye d his hourhood and produce an evil
@sure and makes you feel years outside the capital on the to Pine Ridge ‘where pine trees liday and did about fifty preach- effect on body and mind; more-
Beer in « few days. Get Noxco Grand Etang, has set th l- grox nostly oa «i \, ings and lectures in the interest over, that this use of the courtyard |
® your chemist today. It is guar- wal Bennet € cul- grow mostly If these official



@ed talmake you feel well and
me or money back om return of



t rH f the Windward Island Diocese. does not lend dignity to the Cr of | | F ] .
it on the ui vive can determine any other eco- a, : ota a ' — y 10 ue ue P :
itional actiot nomic use for the Pine Ridge At one of his meetings Rt. Rev. Court of Justice, Entertainments | J 4 4 L AUK

Vibert Jackson presided and Rt. are the



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ity package. Arriving last Sunday te ike soil of the eolony, it will be a Rey. H. N. V. Tonks was one of t 10 nara owen sees by
LC survey = of the area were Mr. great achievement, : Bt nae Siakie me of the general. public but. ¢ haritable
L. B. Assang and Mr. C. M. At + . ne apeaxers; Do ur a 10p6 ‘were organisations are not denied. ;
tin, “Sanitary Insieetars of. %! i O% ; former diocesans of the Windward ; : '
Trinidad Agricultural, De ee tia dere ee bi Meafniat cont os St OBTAINABLE
ments face ‘is fad 3 : ae : pany have been operating in the - necessar\ to send the aircraft to L AT ALL LEADING STORES
patna ian pea 1 with anti- colony for about two years and His Excellency Sir R. D. H, British Guiana for extended main- ,
“Tt ; easures, are still in search for oil Arundell, K.C.M.G., O.B.E., Goy- tenance which should take place q
‘heir assistance was made avai! - Coronation ernor and Commander-in-Chief of ‘before re-regi stration for 1952, HI
ee ze m8 result of an urgent A central Coronation Commit- the Windward Islands arrived from Peer est A n ws St. eo Gov- . . r
|Government | request to the tee a, ake . a Grenada on Wednesday, 3rd inst, erfment Alr Service will he sus~ ; -
| Trinidad Government after D we 7 - esi one "th ~ cae on a short visit. pended between December 27 and Start Using Chem To-day 4
\J L. Pawan at that end confirmed with su ager . , nt ne ou : January 3. The last flight out of . "
| idence of the virus as found by Seetnsror co Dene ‘h * wear sd This is His Excellency’s last $t, Vincent will be to Trinidad on 4
Dr E. A. M. Pitt, Veterinary Sur- for the coronation next y ar of visit here as Governor, as he has Friday, December 26, and the next | 4
e here Her Majesty the Queen and plans been appointed to a similar post in flight, from rinidad to St. Vincent,
T is thie’ alison tan are now being formulated, he neighbouring Colony of Bar- will probably be on Sunday, 4th | -™
lo far and it was not oanibia Imports hados January. It is hoped that normal |
nd evidence of a bite ba the da The value of imports of Octo- operations will be resumed as from



cos . = e was 27 i abou The Governor not begin his Monda ith January, 1953.
at (Desmodus Rufus), known Pe", Wa $927,010 of which about t the Windward

ire
. : lina was f Smpire “es, administration in
| you knew her secret Pe cnet cee half was from Empire “tes of Islands under very auspicious cit pr. Karle Kirby left St. Vincent

Rika Ava eit ic f
earch is now being made b The first three countries 0

: “de Des . » , cumstance but he administered on Pricday, 5th inst., by B.G. Air-
ou, too, could be more he two-man Trinidad team f origin in order of value were the the with skill and courage i 1 inst., by; G. ;



or , ‘ res group ays to attend a meet -
harming lovely attractive this bat 2 annad Kingdom U.S.A and Cool and resourceful under diffi- waa ” _ oeuee a Set ’
y ’ In 1947, Trinidad batmen made “UStralla ‘i culties he not only avoided threat- Foot and Mouth Disease reported
,and the secret of her attractiveness |} SUrvey here but of eight spec Exports ened publie disturbances but also from Martinique, the Veterinary |
Odo-Ro-Ne. Don’t let offendin, f bats found none were identified _ The value of exports of Octo- won the esteem of his opponents. Committee of the Advisory Coun- |
aderarm odour spoil your natur the vampire. ber was $554,303, The countries * * cil on Agriculture will assemble. | ”
eshness. Evangelical Meetings of destination in order of value A meeting of the Legislative
| Odo-Ro-No safely stops perspi- Two stirring evangelistic meet- P&S the U.S.A., the United Council was held at the Council 7 oe

ition and odourfora full 24howes, ‘lings have been held here this Xingdom and the West Indies. Chamber on Thursday, 4th inst ®
} Odo-Ro-No stays creamy longer | week by three visiting preachy The principal articles of ex- His Honour W. F. Coutts, M.BE orwegian
never gets gritty even in open fe. representing the Youth for ‘Christ Port _in order af value were Administrator presiding. = Th n p
+} No deodorant cream is so harm- | °vement, an international or ral _ Mahogany, pine, grapefruit and — was short SS eeecs Nie +
tior Jer . wr ‘ Reta chicle. sec were one y Ve onceur- in |
ss to fabrics as Odo-Ro-No. j ii ae ade to the spread of Strike ble Crown Attorney amending Ship Sinks }
, |

| No deodorant cream is gentler The labour strike of the 20th the Minimum Wage Order; two by
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) even sensitive skin, and it is so These meetngs were held in : u Hon. H. Young for formation of |
tsy to use. the St. George’s Methodist Churcn October, 1952 is partly broken ae Peasant Associations and Annual SAN FRANCISCO, Dee. 11.
which was crowded to capacity on Moment of writing. All ne Agricultural Exhibitions; one by The Norwegian freighter Fern- |
both nights. ment labourers have returned to j15, Ss, Slater for a market at streatt ¢ank inside the bay shortly
The visiting preacher trio, who Work with a SSeS nega of Barrouallie; and one by Hon. E. T. @fter colliding with the freighter |
° ® rived here in a small plane from Pa¥ but much lower than asked Joshua for improvement of the Hawaifan Rancher, The crew of
] Barbados, are John B. Will ° of for. Georgetown Hospital the Fernstream escaped in life-
CREAM Canada, Donald Luttrell of Flor- Negotiations have been golll on rag nest
tt da and Paul Hattiord who is the 0? between the Government and A Trade Duty Rey eal Bill ar d
The rector of Y.F.C. in the Caribbear the Labour Union, but the Union a Third Party Risk Amendmen rhe rash occurred west of
deod nt : a ra “has been so unreasonable in its Bill were also passed \leatraz Island in murky fog and
jeodora area. “ : 7 inten ¢ . * ad
In addition t reaching. t conduct that the Government has ’ : 4 52 irizzle Phe Hawaiian Rancher
without 1 addition to preaching, th ; ts tention of deal- On Saturday, 6th inst., at Gov- flashed an S$.O.S. and the Coast
|are singers and musicians and led 2»nounced Its in gogo” - nme House at 11.45 a.m. a | Ainnate? hree rescue
a doubt » direct with the labourers ernment u i I Gua ispatched three rescue |
their congregation in a rousing /98 Girect Whe ae 8. number of persons invited by His boa |
community rendering of gospel Saw Mill-Strike Excellency the Governor witnessed r |
} hymns. The labourers employed at the ihe Presentation of the Insignia The Fernstream, combination
————— SSS Films on religious subjects wer wmill operated by the Belize and Grant of Dignity appointing freight and passenger vessel's !
lalso shown. ‘state and Produce Company Ltd. Mr, Ebenezer Dunean to be an passengers escaped safely before | “L's thrilling the way Lua
[ DAY'S NEWS FLASH They are en route to Trinidad, at Belize are still on strike; but Officer of the Most Excellent Order she nk disappearing in 100 feet | Toilet Soap active-lather facial
0 S 1953 Estimate some of the men have returned of the British Empire, The Grant ol! ter No trace of the ship} lehve skin softer, smoother! }
953 Estimates reo ke f Dignity w it the request of sh« i above the Bay.—C.P. } says Jean Kent ena
Your Diary for 1953 Finance Committee of the Leg-,© Work 1) spite of picket igni v \ | ty an Kent
> F rr . islative Council yesterda beg Hd P caine “ | CL. Arthur Rank Organisation
BROWNE'S NAUTICAL what m: be a week of sittin a8 . > e e | Yes, glamorous Jean Kent knows that Lux Toilet
ALMANAC neo E sag OF Rev ° \ : » v / | Soap deep-penetrating active lather facials cleanse your
. enue and Expenditure in prepara-| oO on er I LV 1 ae : : alarid
CHURCHILL'S VOL. V tion for aut week’s open cant 1 7 , | ack Gist, : ae ; ree
} ay ear aa ea } | , st smo a the rich, cream er, rinse
SECOND WCRLD WAR of the Counce at Form, Home. * | o with warm water, once with cold, You'll love
Over the past two weeks th« s | ’
A trat ‘and Colonial Tre \ f € | the delicate flower-like fragrance of Lux Toilet Soap,
At f ani ae aod eee ~ As n is a ors f ac e te Balhow the stare fart usitg Lux Toilet Soap
" urer have held lengthy talks with « , al
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY Departmental Heads on their re- | today

SSS | spective estimates. = 4 (From Our Own Correspondent) this Clause would destroy the ahead of the entire British Cari>-
i PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 5. liaison which should exist between bean

The draft Bill, main purposes ¢ f the electorate and representative Commenting on the “999” emer-
Wr which are to confer on the Legis- by prohibiting ob truction, assault, gency and tele-communications
system introduced about two years

lative Council and committees ar molestation and insult of m 0
to ago, Colonel Muller said: “This is




LUX

privile ; ( ”
>) to ensure freedom from obstruc- mary Court Ordinance already public can get quick police action Cy ‘he r 7
tion in the discharge of legislative provided for these offence Trinidad is well ahead in the de- Ke ~ , ca The fragrant white soap of the film tars
business, to regulate admittance 10 Mr. Leo G. Permuy, managing v¢ lopment of this modern branch i » Ae tk Poy
the precincts of the Legislative director of the Trinidad Publish- of police work. | .
to afford protection jng Co., Ltd., who wa the first During his stay here he w " HATS 10061489090 PVE . ct

Council, and



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to persons employed in the publi- witness, made it clear that tackle the question of appointment
e / teation of the report and other main quarrel wa vith Clause 10 of officers, One of his main task
or t e whole |, amily é | papers of the Legislative Council, (f) of the Bill regarding the pri of tt tour is that of man-power
came under fire again thi week ing of libel This Clause grant ywnd he will submit reports on Lhe
This time it was attacked during privilege to “a fair and accur various forces to the Governors i : :
ja three-hour sitting of the Select report of proceedings.” of the various islands visited SSSeSaSeSRS=_ : =
| Committee of the Legislative a
| Council appointed with the Hot PUBLIC HOLIDAY. BRITISH AIR SERVICE j
L. C. Hannays, Q.C., as chairman |
to consider and report on objec- Said Mr. Permu3 We } WANTED |
ltions to it by members of the pever had it as a legal right before Trinidad Chamber of Com-}|
public. This is in the nature of a chat merece. yesterday accepted a reso- |
Only five persons appeared But we note that the right of f Jution of the Incorporated Char ~ |
before the committee. They all ¢omment is not n.’ Th . bers of Commerce of the British
claimed that various sections of the «aid, all he sought Carivbean whieh urged introduc~ |
Bill were unnecessary aS, in the The Governor, Sir Hubert F of a direct British air service |
majority of cases they sought to has proclaimed June 1, 1953, fro the Eastern Caribbean to |
|

make provision for what alreacy public holiday in Trinidad. Th New York and Europe by B.W.LA.,
existed in the laws of the Colony. means that Trinidadians will have he national carrier, in associa-
Mr. Lennox Pierre, solicitor, wn® an opportunity to enjoy their fu ym with B.O.A.C

on

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gave evidence in his capacity a8 quota of holidays that part of the The view of the Congres® on this | 5
chairman of the Civil Righ year as Empire Day, norma! matter was that if it was found }
Action Committee objected to a May 24, coincides with Whit Sun- 3! sible to implement such a} }
long list of sections. He declared day next year service, Her Majesty's Government if
that" Trinidad was the only place hould give consideration to the 1
|where the question of publ: As a result of this proclamatio’ granting of the rights to some}
right to enter the Legislature wa the holiday on June | has bee other national carrier to operate {
legally argued—by Sir Henry Al- fixed as Empire Day. )
cazar in 1903—and settled be a long week-end as the follov and New York

ing day, June 2, will be Coronatic
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So there w a direct service between Barbado |
He argued that the proceedin Day. If recommendations of @ ; |
of the Legislature should be made Coronation Committee re one of Trinidad’s delegates at the
LEA public as of right as the proceec- cepted by Government s¢ i Congre presented the resolution. |
earn aa ing i a court of law rs | ren wil whe the whole of Co He explained to the Chambe:
WHITE SUEDE quoted Clause 10b. whict ( nation Week that the iggestion had
Any person who offer ) . en put up by the Barbados|
$3 40 member or to any offi ¢ of th oan — “ > i ¢ NDO vere very anxious
- Legislative Council any bribe, ie INSPECTING POLICI tritish air service from
compensatior gift or reward k bbear to Nev
$3 95 order to influence him is Colonel W. A. Muller, Inspecte ON QU
- conduct At r mber*or off al of Color 1 Police Fore he £ Pre ta LY A LIMITED ANTITY
$4.90 e f the promo- came in here tf veek as part ent tha was consider-
si or oppe m te B te of } Ca e the “ S
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3 splice 10 te z=» Secure this BEAUTIFUL GIFT
ubmitte e Lt ( G Grena au < ind co \ i
ri mittec Kitt A oO y . think of ex endir } FROM {
$ guilty of an offence t i British H t ( e to include the Eastern {i}
jsummary conviction before M ( bbhear \
Seating ag ore A om “iii aun su, gow:({ THE CITY GARAGE TRADING CO. LTD. |
& hundred ar é ty Police. Trir Tobago 7 1e Chamber. assured the meet- op * )
. pi ect G r that the Congress’ resoluti oT ' — d
i ‘ , ot was receiving the active consid i VICTORIA STE I {
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATI PAGE FIVE











Speech Day At Foundation Girls’ School

IN NE







AMAS is just around the



D OF REPAIR Results OF Corner...
Pitman’s Exam

andidates wel!

Act. Governor And
Mrs. Turner Attend

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Examinations hel Sep- Home with

Following the remark by the Headmistress of Fou: = cf e Robk.
tion Girls School, Miss H. Inniss, at the school Speech Day @ LPS. results have not. met
yesterday that jt would be an understatement to say that ived m
= soot was growing more and more impatient and cyni- TYPEWRITING 4d
cal about the promises and plans which remained unfu Elementary—First Class
filled each year, His Excellency the Acting Governor, M1 Piggott Ercil = Lewi



R. N. Turner, put up a defence for the Government
Mr. Turner said that no one

Farle Cy 1 J jan

inton); Jean Straughan
could say that the Barbados Gov- ~ 4 : Cyrus, Arthur Ht is
ernment was. niggardly in regar¢ F TH =~ t : X - > tstow! E.T:); ela
to expenditure on Education, In wwe 1e Ss A a ! n ll M Dd Bailey)
this year’s estimates more than . . ‘ , “ . e Springer (Mr. C. B

$2,000,000 o of a total expen- . = Rock i i
$2,000,000 out of @ total ‘expen Reported The Floor Covering in many




t just over
$12,000,000 has been set aside for



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Education, Edward Mayers 1 eI Gwendalyn "
He added that he hoped how- the Plaza The atre, reporte oO p Mr F. Nurse)
cane a —_—, the piototes of pm e yesterday that ep I i INTERMEDIATE
cdaacation and his ,Board were sy, ) ne ot vordar ne, St ej ‘Ie
considering how to use the sum mt : : ‘ates — ti I ll AND :
at their disposal, the two founda- Tula : 9.15 4 Linton) Lucine Bt au, '
tion schools would be given the pocembhee 1) ann sede st liss Y. Robi ‘Jean Barrow j
weight they undoubtedly de- ~ ¢} tee ta oe oe (™ R Barrow ) Adel D , ; . y
served. aie ances of M { M . ‘ : , c . 4
Mrs Tur © St Geor te na rey sy . 5 Rock) ‘ @ Aad ‘
rs. Turner was also present valued ; ; Second Class 3
a aesurened the prizes. his house 1 t oles 1 M 1 Harper, Frances Skeete
is Excellency then gave his entered’ sometime ’ » Lowe, Thel |
; F ) a V f nt c ometi owe slina Hope
= ane Mr, G, B. Evelyn, on’ December 10 a 6 or Py eet « M Linton) : ~ TO
thaiiman of the Governing Body December 1}. Avitl i
of the school move > vote of slensulz urt of St. Christ > x , ' Arithmetic
cae moved the vote of ae asia: Ce ‘ tS Christo ‘THE LAKE at Queen’s Park once one of the beauty spots of the Park is now empty and in need of .,, Mavis Newton (First class) ; 1 ‘ "rl?
The choir of the upper and his bicycle \ a ae ene repair, At the annual exhibition just ended, this section of the park remained empty Vary few I Estwick, Ervine Armstrong q L K a | vi
middle school rendered f +, » Was stolen f Theatre \ ae ors passed that way. Here, six people look at the desolate spot. If the lake haq been filled md class), All three of thes : ™
Christmas sae igs ec a, ° u : Olttins Ghbint 4 aw with water and the fountain playing, with chairs and tables around the lake’s edges, the area i pupils of Miss A, Skeene
then staged a cistetais hash aie 8.40 p.n eae he would hay e been transformed into an attractive setting for a tea garden Bookkeeping
titled “The Greatest Gift’? Comber 10 % Elma Grant, (second clas Cree eee
pa ates Saad Nantes Ai ess . ‘ i (Mi Linton)
written by J. Barker _ Ruth Coppin of Twec Re R 2 Ay . :
Si Michael rencktedithat artich Ler { » * Wr 1g ag ’ ‘ $< __— t
me. st Michagh reported that a ecruils For . chis Leave For Goo ooting....,
1e play opened with Mrs. shop on December 10 al t 1.30 » ° “
Martin’s children Toby (Diane 1. ee es | | Io |: Vw ~ e | Dn wh : ) a
os . . é m. er ory a ; . . oe
as” erat diac Tate > Phokia tabled ak Chae sedake Baas OLLCE Orce hh easure ¢ ru i a yan| Harbados Museum & There is no better
expectantly awaiting her arrival St. Michael reported that hee} Twenty-t Pp : ts are F K 4 A S¢ Ss ‘ * ae general purpos
on Christmas eve night. The which she left in her yard on the t present being t € t T} Historic al Society ridge than Eley ‘Grand
smaller child Jane is sure that night of De it olen. Police vit ct I } ree pleasure yacnts lelt the ¢ y during e week | 1 rh keh eens Prix’. It is water-
Santa Claus will turn. up with She valued the sheep $12 “A eh o continue the cruise They we Sibia, Beyond anc | 2 resisting, hard-hitting
presents, for her mama says so, The Police are investi- six Leander. Ay ANNUAL EXHIBPTION O18 Mags aprceete’
while Toby who has been dis- #&ton bout these reports, exam 3e +4 CONTEMPORARY WEST and unfailingly depond-
cussing the Santa Claus sag Cpl Beyond empting a round-Â¥ Al c owert NOIAN ART ble S |
“it at school tells SHOP BURNT the by a 30 h.p. diesel engine whi ' apre. « SUpyniy 0:28
with children at school tells °* ; ne f In .< Se wien se eed ith February to 18th March, 1958 gauge 24” length with
Jane she is silly to think there spon oes j pector ent in seven and a half knots. She also | a wind-cha which : , auge 2a g
was anyone named Santa, Mrs. gay fire ¢ ee atin vd Engl ‘ i generates electricity. Her overall netl 13 fe he i so eet tukion “Ax? 11/16 oz. or Ie 02.
Martin (B. McConney) arrives : a iat be held at toads and in other

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and the scene that followed was Philip. T}

a nice portrayal of a happy by H. Pr

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ver i ire VWiy ‘ la +} ¢ Sibis ) t RINGS > - y ¢ ‘ t
family home at Christmas eve ey ? ; ; YP PY eueerey hi ny ander Depots vo — ee j ' 2 abmnitted
with Mrs, Martin assuring Jane DETAINED AT HOSPITAI bint aes See e to St. L ; ‘ | ihe Barbados. Museum by * K i N O Cc H

that Santa would come _ with Rais 4 7 Cana Highlander 2
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presents, Thirty-six-year-old Keith Mar- For the recruit, Saturday morn- MIXED CARGO Bart ast
At intervals in the play there shall of King Street, St. M eb Tr ith a barrack inspec- i t fror t <4 : ;

was a background of Christmas Was yesterday involved in an 4 Ae Sp i is at 7 for (ot ton T ri t or. ; ‘ Yew or .

Be hit ges Christmas * cident with a motor van on Bay Part in organised gam day « EE gg te epee Biter GRAND PRIX" ¢ “GASTIGHT” « “MAXIMUM” « “ALPHAMAX”
Santa arrives with many pres- Street about 2.30 p.n The ttend religious service eo o. Wiel. 8, mmieed

ents. He takes the children to He was detained at the Gen~ on Sunda t 8.00 am. At nine







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see “The Greatest Gift” at Beth- ¢'l Hospital suffering clock
lehem, They meet many others /2Juries, ind later we taken to og +}
there who have come to see ‘he Surgery. t life saving mae Ate [i ‘ . ; ; .
“The Greatest Gift” — the baby ,,A¢, the time of, the acciden y Division Cricket Schooner Owners’ Association, Ltd f for sale, e.g IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD.
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This scene especially was rich SYSI¢ and was going towards the inclusion of Clairmonte De- ; | JAMES SMITH @ rou LONDON
in make-up. Some girls played Bridgetown tg the van, v P i per in_ and Leaving for the rt « ‘ n | Pr
the role of angels, others as the travelling tery : pace bowler. Friday was th¢ hooner Marea j \ 1 paintings must t | i aan ce nett
three wise men, and there was "ection. Both are recruit Henrietta under Captain A. Selby : ced ‘ yoodun frames not \ 1
M ry, the Baby, etc. This schooner arrived in port last ; i | than three-quarters of

, + on me Pana i i A
tins’ where Santa had gone on PLAN OF BRIDGETOW N ent ae nd firewood, Marea ee Bor ryvust ha Welco e 1 t 7
e oe a Tenricita msign t the > 4 :

cae ans dene ane Tebg,ane Schooner Owners’ Association. m doent? , m o

In her address the headmistress 72) DISEMBARK ‘apt , 4 ; No dra
oe ne thi Ge cunt. All di P ‘OED . B .

Wen the Bickch i thine Be Gorter Anon fh ay mount, All grew. resentation Boxes of

of the School for the year 1952. .

“In the Oxford and Cambridge
General Certificate of Education
at Ordinary Level the Schoo] has
maintained on the whole its usual
few disappointments and the ex-
amination reveals ageneral
weakness in Mather jes, We
are aware of some of the causes
and every effort is being made to
papers in eight subjects; of
the forty-seven papers examined
thirty-seven gained credit -passes.
The individual results may be
seen from the programme.
Drawing Society on the work
submitted by the School in
their examination in June is
“the work is colourful and in
most cases veTy promising”,
passes and twenty-two passed,
Only two were below standard.

“In the League of Empire
Schools Competition this School
entered work in two divisions.
wes awarded second prize for
its posters, It was unfortunate
that the work on Posters was
limited to the Intermediate class
as the best work from a School

Jesus (Chniee Marshall was or side 1 or trengthened bY POR ST LUCIA LOADING CARGO
The last scene was at the Mar- week fre St. Lucia with cox Moneka rt on ‘Thur 8. W
“This is a report on the work
Grasse arrived in port on ‘7
good standard, There were a
master them, Six girls submitted
“The Report of the Royal
Fifty-seven girls gained honours
In the Intermediate Division it
may be and is prohibited by the

In thé court case reported dH
on page five of the Nov. 27 f j
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as ey ATE ee, ee

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from page 5 Caribbean”, : irds” have ; . ;

project 4 “Two-acre Plot at been arranged and given by Mr. A JOLLY XMAS PARTY Al Erdiston
Seawell gained hird prize Connell to whom we are very _ “i 4 -
this class £ for arranging the time , rn

“The S.P.C.A. competition for of lecture to suit us In Guiding Santa Claus paid an early visit
the Juniors took the form of at s still further scope for to the Erdiston Teac her —
questionnaire on the care and Geveloping girts well-adjusted College yesterdny everting Ber
treatment of animals, Jeannette to meet the ills and accidents of the students and stall “oe: a.
Storey of this School was awarded life and although every girl is not soge gav ea Christmas ‘a ty on
first prize. a guide the whole is leavened by he 90 children attending €

“L st tem we were pleased to the few. In it and through this Model School.

welcome on our Visiting Stafy pattern there must be like gold

ts threads in a tapes the simple

i It was the first party of its kin
Irs. Hinds-Howell who conduct . 4
belief and faith in God

to be held at the College, and "



vat oo oe oe aaah = “All this depends on the atti- is hoped that it will become a°
rs te ep first shyness : . .

vay pe f scre phat ae 1YNESS tude of the Staff to the children annual feature.

was overcome, reports on 1e

and to life itself and here I thank
both Permanent and Acting Staff
Members of the Staff for their
ready and willing co-operation
to guide and* lead those several
activitie

“At the outset of the School

The party marked the end o!
the School terra and the beginnin:
of four weeks’ Christmas holiday

progress are quite favourable and
the girls are enjoying their
adventures in French Conversa-
tion,

“About two years ago after a
lapse of some years Latin was re-
placed on the Curriculum with the year the School sustained 4
express purpose that those who in tha passin ft Mr, We
want to take a higher course might, Avttrobus As Secretary-Treas-
not be unduly handicapped at a urer to the Governing Body it
later date through not having was inevitable, because of duties
some knowledge of the subject. gnyolved, that there was much
Thore who show no aptitude for

The spirit of Goodwill preveile:
among staff and children who en
joyed themselves immensely. Sa

The Hall in which the party wa Good mornings begin with Gillette

held was appropriately decorated

for the occasion and from th ‘ 2

huge Christmas Tree hung numev- The up-to-date Chief cried “ Now mind what I say,
ous gifts which were given to the

children.

a ad a a ee : OF contact between Mr. Antrobus ‘There were games including Here’s how to shave in the easiest way.
= will be a to a ¢ “9 ay and the School, but it is not on Wsguidie wast, canis Wd dune

ygiene and Physiology which has ¢hat score alone that we wish to al at ell - ~ 3 FF
proved useful to many who take pay tribute to his memory. Some Souk Thay wate eee le Ge Use a Blue Gillette Blade—- sharpest edge you can get
up —— asa oe dik present here today will remem- conesentine sad and Witte edatathe

“We — learn rom reliable ber the condition of the school wy tei : stot . 1s 9
sources that at Queen's College grounds and the size of the — oe Christmas (Mr. Jonn, In a precision-made razor designed by Gillette.
there is sixth form accommoda- School twelve years ago. Owing ¥ ; |

Refreshments were served to the }
children, One little girl said it wa
one of her happiest school d
and that she enjoyed the party |
very much |

}

86 Workers |
Leave For U.S.

tion for the girls who, having to his yntiring efforts with very
reached the required standard, }ittle money at his disposal, most
wish to take the Genera! Certifi- 9f which had been collected by
cate at Advanced and Scholar- the girls, the grounds were laid
ship Levels. I mention this to re- out. In a short while there were
lieve Parents of any anxiety two tennis lawns and a netbal
which they have about gaining field available for use. This was
admission for their children at the beginning of organized games
Queen’s College at the Higher among our school activities.
Level. “The Staff Quarters, Cloak and
Games ana Athletics Work Rooms were all additions
“Games and athletics played planned and supervised solely by
an important part among our ac- him, The additional space gave
tivities during the early part of us two bigger classrooms and so
the year. In the first half of the increased our yearly intake of




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Netball League Games our team pupils. ene sie Basbadians we Bea- 5 Blades 30¢
won two matches of the six a eee batehan Ge tte t iatine - ae iy : are made for each other.
played. In the second half they ,, He ped with Books SANTA CLAUS was around early to the children of the Model School at the party given for them cA tg w ml f “a A Flo do
were unsuccessful in winning any During the most difficult years py the students an! staff of the Erdiston Teachers’ Training College at Erdiston. Here he is seen pruit ang Veusts ble he ; aath
of the matches, On reviewing the pe pice ay books was 4 shaking hands with one of the children as he distributes gifts from the Xmas Tree in the back- under 4 six jaar acetone? er e
game as a whole was 'é py worry a strain on par- , : Ss ree act.
iat pate wen ae oeeaaie ents any inconvenience which we Eoowes ——_?. enn oe lament ne 46 Blue: Gillette Bla es
ment on former years and be- Suffered was negligible owing to ‘ .} ee oe o aa ; Mr S ‘7 mytee t to-day.
cause of that it is a pity that the Dis efforts in ordering and sup- to pay the School a farewell visit which she feels at the long delay mainly in order to keep the extra Avattal- Seeks 'yler, Director of
Netball Selection Committee Plying our books. On looking “ here is no doubt that the in effecting much needed major Annually Recurrent Expenditure TIRES wk ae er Air- -
should evince such lack of fore- back we know that service with- sreater part of the credit for the See and perproremente 10 — sasha which the Island to” accosheate tick aa ee TRADE ENQUIRIES TO: T. GBEDDES GRANT LIMITED
sight and nderstanding as to OUt hope of material reward noticeable atmosphere of effi- the {yhoo : hen she sees . tl e could _afford, that the amount ‘0, ac ee 7 n to orida
ri : ; ne = ; r, energy and fiiendliness in provision in the Capital Estimates made available for capital expen- will be returning to the U.S.A. to-
stem enthusiasm by demoting, oar dane —_ a oe ane the School is due to the Headmis- year after year she must undoubt- diture on Secondary Schools had 4Y:
Justia eas Stage, we A teain Ge ‘the beg iu hi set tress, Miss Helen Inniss, who, I edly compare her lot with that to be kept down to $250,000 in the He told the Advoeaie that the e e e
this School to play in the B Pymnan as we re think I am right aying, ha of a traveller in the desert, who Five Year Plan. It is now up to workers’ principal duties would be
games. “Not stirring words, nor gallant served on the staff of the School sees an oasi ead and, when the Director of Educgtion and his tO pick citrus and added that at
“The newly-formed girls Inter- areee for over 28 years and as its Head- she approaches it, discovers it to Board of Education fo advise how the expiration of their contract on
School Athletic Association had = Pi" Bani bere. eee see mistress for the last thirteen. In be a mirage only and to have re- this sum shall be spent. I do not June 30, most of the satisfactory
its first meeting in May In Duty, not glony—service, not a throne, any school a t endous deal d ceded again into the distance. envy them their task, as the sev- Workers would have additional
this first meeting we were com Inspired his effort, set for him the pends on the tone whict et “In fairness to the Government, eral schools will be swarming work and the opportunity to go to
pletely outclassed by the bigger ee : from the top, and the Girls’ Foun- however, I must mention that round with their claims like bees the mid-western states for the pur-
Schools and many weaknesse “Sir Alfred and Lady Savage qation School has been singularly there is another side of the pic- round a honeycomb. I do hope, P°5¢ of reaping corn and peas dur-
were revealed. There are some who have always shown a kindly fortunate in having over a long ture. In the first place, in this however, that the claims of the ‘8 the summer,
handieaps which a School of this interest in the welfare of the period of years so selfless, devot- year’s Estimate more than two Foundation Schools will be He said that these 132 men
size must inevitably have in com- School paid us a_ farewell visit ed and inspiring a Headmistress $2,000,000 out of a total expendi- given the weight that they un- “ould make a total of approxim-
peting with larger Schools. There before leaving the Island We as Miss Inniss ture Budget of just over $12,000,- cdoubtedly deserve ' ately 800 Barbadians now em-
is a question of numbers from are proud that with the heavy “I would ‘now like to touch 000 has been set aside for Educa- “Finally, I should like to repeat ployed in agricultural work in the
which to draw skilled competi- demands made of them at the briefly on one or two points aris- tion, No one can say, with hon- the exhortation which I made A S.A.
fs. Distance and transport from time in social and administrative ing out of the Headmistress’s re- esty and conviction, that the yesterday at the Agricultural and VOCS POCO99 9090066908650"

School present difficultic which duties that they took time off to port. First, I was sorry to learn Barbados Government is niggardly Industrial Exhibition and appeal

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are not always surmounted. All come and say goodbye and to that the examination results have in regard to expenditure on edu- to all of you who are present, % UNTIL DEC 14th
bus services cot verge on Bridge- speak word of encouragement revealed a general weakness in cation, and the percentage of the whether Board of Governors, staft,| > ,








own most hours of the day, but and ir alion to this the Cin- Mathematics. Reports on two total Budget that is spent on pupils or parents, to make Bar- % Don’t Forget - - -

in this area bus services are few derella of Secondary Schools in other Girls’ Schools by the Inspec- Education as compared with bados a more beautiful and hap-| % |

and accordingly we are handi Isle . torate of the Education Depart- Medical and Health Services, is, pier place to live in throughout! > |

' ingly we are. handi- the Island. t hich I have recently read, I am informed, noticeably higher Coronation yez hich is | 9 }

capped in practising after school “During the long vacation ex- Tent, wich © ha i, #53 engl Ak f ad ky higher Cc ation year, which is now) ¥%

HOUrE"""O the other han! wee’ tenstons were made to two class- Show that weakness in Mathe- in Barbados than in Jamaica or almost upon us, by seeing to it] %

by ad 7 tule ‘the rariia ‘ ae + . nan. matics is not confined to this Trinidad that your houses ‘and spots are! $ IN |
xy we, I mean the Girls, Parents rooms thereby easing the con- «° ‘ Tt is + od : “Naw the teduhle abou “eat os é %

and Staff—can overcome some of gesticn in the Upper School which School alone tis no part of my “Now e trouble about spend- kept spick and span, by planting s |

our weaknesses, The girls, en nie noutée- kr ‘Bunieere each year, Perro this afternoon to go into ing large capital sums on Schools flowers and shrubs in your gar-| On All |

. Ses. 5s, en- sreases . 2ac year. .. am 4 1 . Ate + if ia + h whe: Séeoue io “te 2 a om |

couraged by their Parents, can For the first time the Library is C@US¢S and remedies, but it is 3 that the expenditure is to no der and by setting personal | % Rings, Lockets, Brooches, & |
A TEE prartise much more o& con ann sted i he Tobin when clear that a determined effort purpose until the School wre examples of unfailing good man-| & Identity Bangles, Tie Slides, }

their on” n i n teow ait until 1 there i "greet "aon S$ and greater must be made to bring about a properly staffed, and that means ners and cheerful goodwill S| % Cigarette Cases & Lighters |
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marked improvement. For I am increased annually recurrent ex- I said at the Exhibition yesterday, | %














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few weeks before the event to convenience even though light is og at the girls themselves penditure. f é sans ar ym sure th: m 7 is Bought from us | , 7 ~ aon ee

stir up enthusiasm and Keenness; very poor and artificial light often. will tespond if, they are taught dncreased burden. on the taxpayers) wish for no finer iibute. Let | % | My. eyes often used to smart and At the Club Jim said: “You're
arents' can assist us by seeing has to be resorted to, the right way, and, unless or un- since as was ylearly stated in Christ Church, with this fine | LOUIS L. BAYLEY fovea had nations, iekie’. oS aan wees aa ae
that the girls are bodily fit by “We ave deeply grateful to the ¢j] much stror r evidence is pro- the Five Year Plan, “contrary te school as its fount of inspiration | x | oe get a wae nim y not try Optrex?”
insisting on the right and ade- Governing Body and to our dpeed than has come before me so, popular belief, the Government lead the we But fi I would |} % of =

quate nourishment especially on Chairman Mr. Evelyn who was far, | shall refuse to believe that| has mo funds other than those request the Board of Governors to | 4 Bolton Lane '

games afternoons. Increase in ably supported by Mr, Deane, for “girls can’t count” | supplied by the people themselves, give the School a full holiday. | ¥o3656656906999969S599066",

physical alertness is always the work and time which they “The reports on the two other | except for grants received. from without homework, in honour of

accompanied by an_ increase in gave so freely to make conditions girls’ schools to which I have just| the United Kingdom.” It was this Speech Day

mental alertness. We, will con- of work easier and happie: referred show that Mathematics | s

tinue to our bit at this end, “Whilst on the subject of ex- jis not a popular subject, that too}

“We take this opportunity of tensions—We have been told from much work is being done by the





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saying thanks to Mr. Skeete for time to time of many plans, teacher, with repliés to question FUL
hllowing us the use of the school which have never come to frui- being given by a section of the! \
grounds at the Boys’ Found- tion. This year we are assured class in a mumbling chorus, That ' OFFER
ation School for practices in that in the Government Five-Year is no good at all Mathematies | O hi ’ |
preparation for the Inter-School Plan the girls department of the can be made interesting, but it | n Cc 1 ren S cuts | | \
Sports and to Mr. King for his New Foundation School is placed up to the teachers, by their own 9 Allri c id | : oN, aieat ” I said to Jim
co-operation and assistance in the high on the list of priorities for enthusiasm, personality, and hu- | ngs, ompacts, i wre | leter. “Piaaks to vee—eed Ongar!
semi-finals and finals of our Ath- capital works.” mour (which I regard as an im-| tity Bracelets, Cigarette Th never be whkeet fe again.”
letics, It would be an understatement portant element), to breathe lil h d ~—e oo
“You have heard of our suc- to say that we are growing more into fractions and decimal ane scratc es an } ; 8

J stimuls seenness us will .
cesses and failures in the class- and more impatient and cynical oa keenness among be

room and on the playing field, about these promises and plans PUPHS bul ‘ni | ENGRAVED

but these activities are not the which remain unfulfilled each steik Tn eee. eens | é :
only aims of our work here, they yea! Look up and around and “®pall ~ ee rigate wie | b
are aids to the main object of see if we have not cause for de- and fear that I am positively a rasions | FREE p
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: Sd . Sn 4 P of ee ‘ra dualified, “warned off” in fact,
education given in the School and spair at time Ss, but where there from giving advice in the matter
that is to send out girls who not is youth hope is high so we go

only possess certificates which the forward into another New Year Gratified |
outside world demands, but girls with renewed energies and rein- “IT was particularly gratified to | use | Y. De LIMA VE LOTION

who have developed balance and forced in spirit by this last assur-
soundness of character, a range ance of Government
of intelligent interests with a

; oxce ‘ys the error of supposing that book

desire to widen that range, the His Excellency said he et PP g th re ‘ °
ower t reciate beaut sivls “IT have not previously had the learning is the beginning and enc

tet le Pe tl ers aUtY, iris pleasure of visiting thi School, Of education, and commend the

who are courteoys considerate > ,

but I have looked forward to Board of Governors, Headmistres

note that at this School the
Headmistress has not fallen into |

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and tolerant. doing so, both because my wife and staff on the efforts which they and at Marine Gardens Sens —- 8 focntineaay
ik from the daily training jad commented most favourably are making t imulating it ; THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC - designed eyebath. @

which each girl receives thes€ on the deportment and demeanour est in Librar books, sport, art, | -

qualities and interests are devel- of the girls during her previous music, handwork, visits tothe SarE* Non Potsonous

oped in the Library which has a yisit and because Sir Alfred Sav- Museum, and, most important to

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reasonably good supply of books age had told me about the home- my mind, Guiding, to mould Dorsn’t PAIn

and magazines, in the Music, Art |y atmosphere that prevailed in character and turn out complete Dogesn’t STAIN
and Handwork classes, by visits the School and that, on that ac- citizens of whom parents and the

to the Museum where a series of count, he took time off during the Island will alike be prouc
lectures on varying subjects such very busy period immediately be- “If I were in Miss Innit shoes
as “Maps”, “The Story of the fore his departure from the Island I would stare the frustration

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: (From Our Own Correspondent) @ from page 1 ossible if the U.N :
j The Hon. H. D. Shillingford, member of ‘Legislative the world, ‘Two oo the Ae ry leve .
" : ion by other t Ing nat ivi achieve
ge e0uncil, and who among others wil] be in England durin : ee eer ini ak Ath todd ait
. . 7 : Payee policies conducive to the expan- plus on i verseas accoul
: the Coronation of Her Majesty the Queen in June n¢ sion of world trade. Three, the The U.K. Government has, h fw



availability of adequate financial ever, undertaken to make a special bu
support “through the International effort to provide additional capi- wr

; aa has been chosen to represent Dominica at the Corona-
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: g n Domini ca Monetary Fund or otherwise.” tal for Commonwealth develop- i ‘
to He: Majesty on the occasion. ‘ ; ment provided the receiving coun- co
Me Allan [. Morais, F.R.SS., United States and West Euro- try devotes an adequate part of its i ‘ n
statistician of the Caribbean Com- ire s pean pe eng of this men will own resources to useful develop- —
» who is on fact finding W ‘ F | be sought as soon as possible ment projects. |
or isto 2 fact Sndin oman Fine _ The Conference stressed that the "This outflaw: of capital from the Swedish boy W
in the Windward and Lée- 4. ah , ¢ oa a no intention of United Kingdom, however, won't H :
a view to ~ I . W a seeking the creation of a discrim- be allowed to debase British stan en
ing and ss iarehalcs or ounc Ing — * inatory etonomic bloc Its ap- ards of sivinaes” - Shia aim is aie rock to the } } j
$ and practices in the e Namen ‘ F ‘ sphere ? . e whole range of sub- that it should be made possible . ’ ” : : .
s, is at present in Dominica, . His W Mr..G. B. Griffith, js . ‘ ) on the following principles, '8°@ through an increase of productior pA ings oe ae
I > Magistrate of Dis- pS Ag. ca : i ‘ nse sOMOWINg Principles, The Commonwealth is deter- bale failed t54 Miaka : 7
“A: yesterday fined 43- . ) One, inte: mined to create conditions which mee pI ist 39 mon a "7















é He is not at all satisfied w itht : rnal economic policies
ty Sie i@ractice in these colonies o i i domestic servant Ermie designed to curb inflation and Wi!!! encourage overseas invest-| self discovered in et ‘ ew elem
ri g young unqu: ks Greenidge of Reef Road, St. Mi- ises in the cost of living should Ment in the sterling area. The| ‘
fe ment statist hael >} 7 ay" 9 ee ’ 7 . U.K. Governme decision re €
- Pr statisticia chael £1 1 o be paid in 21 be steadily followed. Two, sound . ae ae
a * this was not in d one month’s imprison- economic development should be ®@Pding repatr of capital if I ’ I Pure t
€ Ss of the i with } i labour for wound- encouraged With the object of in- Profits Bd fore vee | ie Ride f “Mischr
: meant work " wdan on her had — reasfng productive strength the ster ang Sree? ied as she ag ae
® and which could not | e- iron stake on Dec. 10. hs a, mi d competitive power, providing vill heed ee a all n
upon, E. W. King attached to — - : employment and raising standards “in, 0° Ganon tO Us end weed on} The luminosity of an elect ¢ ie it f
the week Mr. Morais Police Station prosecuted * oe ~ 5 ev of life, Three, multilateral 4) 0 ie Saw iaheenidinnial actions i ital ait icp en , be: . tate
two public lectures, On Police while Greenidge ia ae plat a z de and payments system should desigt ed to ensure the st lity of | tPodes are imy at ! : 4 !
Neg Mesday nig he oke ot is not represented. The prosecu- = ‘i 7 ve extended over the widest poss- ma ; P = : - rl s
‘ ~ 1 . m ° t eG pr i hl te ind and ices [k sterling |< ulphat ‘ t } : t
ae we work In tl ti e tion called on four witnesses to PLAYING WITH A SLIPPER, Baerbel Suefke of Bad Segeberg, Ger: re oe urea commoditic 2 : , :
® . + ade , sales Cte takes a wondering look os many, The application of these prin- ;
ie 2d the history of prov case a ering look at the outside world after spending the first ciples will require individual _!¢ Prime Ministers devided t
7 i ¢ ¢ ’ , ee gee ee 3) ; 4 t s ire in g 7 ; ; 7
‘ vi from earliest times to, un he court that while @ight years of her life locked in a small attic room, Hidden from birth action by Commonwea¥h Govern- “®t &h machinery for calling joint } Mischmetall is used yt make
ig. mpresent day. In early times She , vas passing the Reef Road by her mother, the child weighed only 18 pounds, was 22 inches tall, ments, co-operation among them consultations to consider emerg- |
3 only transactions were ©" De 10 in ) th

met Greenidge, nd could not walk or talk when found is viata : : ; . ency action in the event of rap- lighter flints of wh LCI, produc m
: F y British Zone authorities, and internafional action with other j4)" °° y =, ny .
and he was interested which ended in She mother is being held for neglect. (International Radiophoto) trading nations—particularly the ‘ly developing conditions of suv | millions every year {

> ara esa J e se rushe 1 . ) Pa tage of cx 10 es
the bare necessities of inte Shae hens se aes rt he a patente -——— United States and Western Europe oe oa ae ae ti ei sole ‘
ood, clothing and shelter. ; Ase and came back and existing international o1 rere, fen Verniguongs wee,
there is compl ganizations.

x inter- ‘ ed with an iron stake oren! > Foun,
Mal trade’ and Man not i w st ng
nly ake ‘ ; ee 7 “; Warning To Britis
, for Cattle Disease SEA AND AIR Shlentive tier Sit otesumtelaane 5 7 tish
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the necessities of life, but
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r-cars. to the General Hos- helt nts by , stated. The Prime Ministers noted @ oune y’?
colonic the loss of with satisfaction that the sterling from page 1 ] I]
in ; probabilit IRAFFIC area would achieve balance with the Unita States Dep artment of t e a mi ion:
c ) on tual the rest/of the world in the second + ae ee a

Mn Friday night Mr. Morai he was bleeding pro- into any of the








on “The Role of Statistics vee hes rhs
nomic Planning”, lid that he attended e€ very grea : Commerce showed that ¢ anc
"7 § he Hospital. She was deaths, bu 1 al half of this year. But they have would incre co. by 500 Arey tain men j
= fror 1 ‘ unc t ind tior n th i cid at ve g = ; ba wean OY
D. K, McIntyre who arrived . a deep wound on %k , ee i CRP AY In Carlisle Bay decided sha be level of gold re ; [893, and there was no chance of }
st Vv iy bly four inches lons fi milk serves is as yet too low to warrant th 1 > .
St. incent to take up the - ] ar oY 4 : is amount being supplied un
of City Magistrate ne ere also several bruises He said that there were even _ehoone I yn DR, Gita M, any substantial relaxation of re- j¢ new raw materials .
y Magistrate, opened , 1 cases on record re hildren E. ¢ Philip H. Davidson, strictions on imports from outside found miCrIOlS. Were
last Friday morning He ind’ on" the head ,. died from drinki Ae of dtu a ee the sterling area. “i U.S. Cong :
les Mr. T. A, Boyd who had Ad aie head was fected aula ae of iss Motor | Vessels:—1 B. Radar, Lady — J.S. Congressional Commit-
acting in that capacity "F ed % - Se — et : ged. were isolated cases Beye oy ARRIVALS There was general agreement '°¢ Of Inquiry was set up and
Mr. E. St. Bernard quitted AIAE i xy Set. K De. NU on the vital need to expand the it was found that not only could
Most early last month for tha the wound was not He explained that the disease i Scie DEPART RES earning power of all sterling fi good ay ility paper be produced |}
mpost of Crown Council in e and could have been spread either by direct or it : ; or St rountries through development of fom ba * but it could be



with a hard blunt in- their economic resources. Such â„¢anufactured at a lower cost



































































Honduras, This is Pa satin ait : 5 r contact—by being brought into the Be i—St
tyre’s second i i; oa rument, It was very unlikely island on the shoes of peo} on 1.V. Daerwood—St. 1 . development will therefore be than the present newsprint cost
rc . c rm in this on the wound was caused by a wheels, clothing and argo con N rap St. Luca concentrated on projects which rests were carried out by the
e all 7 ; ante cae wt rere eee wae 7 “EC i »e . . U.S. National Bure St
§ an ee " PA 1 ing from the affected area. . W. L. E bininios directly or indirectly contribute to é é Ureau of Stand
t mis - outbreak of Foot PLACED ON BOND ’ wee SS Coror vineant 7 the improvement of the area’s bal- 4rds, the resultant products beins
he h eRe Ree in Martinique, " Among the precautionary meas- Seawell ance of payments, subjected to every known test for
he Government of Dominica Fifty - six ~ year - old Ethel ures taken are a “stand still” ordet pieibinen sae wen rhe communique points out that Comparison with standard new
wing measures to ensure that Miller of Eckstein Village, on animals, not only from Mar- Fer Puerto Rico: ; ; development of “basic essentials” Print. Printing tests were carried
disease does not spread to Michael was yesterday placed on tinique, but from other colonic DCH ER 1TH has on occasion been impeded by Out by the U.S. Government
Poor - in - livestock island, a bond for six months in the sum Where the disease is likely to exist ‘ F ; ne N ! a 1. Rtchey. another development of a le Printing Office, after which
About twenty passengers who °f £10 by His Worship Mr. E. A. and restrictions on the importat pial ae EMBER 10TH sound and permanent kind which Special panel of newsprint exe
d by schooner from Guade- McLeod, Police Magistrate of Dis- of certain materials coming fro1 G. Y s G. Cuthbert, has overtaxed countries’ resources CUtives gave their opinions of the
on Saturday were disin- trict ‘A” for the unlawful 4ffected area Beat ( ood, C. Grell, E. and failed to contribute to the M@W paper. Not only was the Bye :
at the Customs before Possession of a quantity of starch. Te : Grell, M. Grell, K. Cart HW. Maclean, 1 ding of thelr economic 2@W Paper superior in quality to Everyone who flies KLM is treated like “one in a
allowed to move on, This Miller was seen walking with i ae at ook eee a COLONIES Wege; Gill, J. Fereira, G. Jenings, strength the present new pr int, but blend million” always... but right now, low Thrift Season
i a testes ¢ t ag stare —2aw & sale ‘ all adopter tringent meas- yy Nothr k McKenzie 1. O'Neil The i vee sruminda ed with other pu t bee; . t " « »
ution had to be taken as it 4 bag of starch on Bay Street, St. ures to prevent the introduction 2 ¢ ?), Gasenene and ss Oarenn che Fame Ministers recognise, ai, to: the Se aaah f Fares emphasize that feeling of well-being. You save
pught that the disease might Michael by Police Constable jnto ae tocar tenia v | ower Anitgus however, that in certain Common- ‘ « nanufacture oO to $100 ‘ i ;
travelled to Guadeloupe as Bradshaw of the Bridge Police py Proverbs poi a ac : peat. ECEMBER 11TH ealth countries—and particularly an : — Pp ne l up to, on round trips to Murope
two French islands are in Station : eee eee c k rT. Grace ete ir the colonies development 1@ world is also faced with a
, Sle Ss al 7 * convenient whict nigh } 7 ' ,
close contact, This disin- When asked how he got the ¢ isa 1 te Sr ( a i divi it Is , DFt aaaaneee 10TH plans have been or are being made fics ize of suitable timber fot THRIFT SEASON — NOV. 1 to APRIL 1
F “we ee ey ’ ; Sues ) One two In quails 13 D ~mphe Z t " taw's . ». the manufacture of newsprint
of travellers fri ,e Starch, Miller was unable to give 1eglizible â„¢ a wit hat it E. I W. Jeffre nd Ro Wilson. to provide r some basic improve on cs 5 Se ee. ree . ? ct eo ae
RR gee ss mn the a onsunahleo eoeiinin g ne gligi uf compared with what it oy gi rents ment in the standards of living The supply of bagasse available, Any way you look at it, Thrift Season is the perfect
ch islands will continue un- xplanation, would cost the community should ‘ } . .
it is certain that the disease there be an outbreak’ it the Zs) CHAS W dh oy SARE RANG Grant. which is necessary foundation a vever,.1s ample. to. take .care time to visit Europe, Kudget-wise... big savings. Pun
d s é é . sease > & jutbreak i > a . , . we é i ‘ “ds ® ¢ Pry
fF been wiped out in these G nt od ul island. n, E. Byam, B. Wheele Mh further genomis de ve lopmen 0 at meres ee et a wise unlimited. ‘Theatres, nightctubs, winter
bic es ran Le eeler da L. Horne Some social investment is also : quoted ex-| : a : “ts 7 se
or test d 1 = saa In consequence of the outbreal ARRIVALS By BW.LA urgently needed in more developed tracts from the of§cial report on sports, just everything is in full swing. Take that trip
he greatest danger lies in the Oo A a) . : : ; anaes a ‘ Prom Trinidad ‘untries ~speciall t the US, test nd add “The f a lifetime ». Fly KLM to Bur .
F oan in Martinique, the Governor-in- 7 " : countries, especially those that : S and a ; of a lifetime now VK oO Murope
t traffic between Dominica if dministration secistivin he n tower 0 SS a DEC EMBER 1TH aiack. have a rapidly increasing popula- significant paragraph refers to ,
these islands, and the land- i : +15 nee EN Sein aaeaghinhe ateta be fe re eer et ah tion, Cuba and the Caribbean area KLM offers all this with Thrift Season Savings
of passengers from these n the Court of Ordinary yes- that “every person arriving in this Bl : V Blackb R. Legge, The Commonwealth countries that means the West Indies. If * 4 fligt kly f hee bt
Inds at unauthorised» points of eee: His Lordship the Chief Guona ‘bs dw, re pig OS May filler, A Walcott T. Ast 1 D will finanee much of this devel- we do not make use of the é ig his weekly from the Caribbean
y. The Administrator has en ihe Sir fae Collymore gtant-swhich has called at or cleared MMuKeen’ we zurtiags and Mo flaga. Opment from their own internal bagasse available in’ such tre * Choice of northern or southern routes
out an appeal to the public Vieirg a Mount Hin te ai Silva from any port or airport in a pro- DECEMBER 10TH resources, The flow of capital mendous quantities in tee Carib * SleepAir and SleeperService available
wang its support in govern- widow for letters of adie inisten? hibited country shall on ltendir %, tae if vee): oe . 2 2s from London “for sound develop- bean area, undoubtedly the * Stopovers en route at no extra fare
, . W Ww, tters g linistra- | oe " 1s) . a. See a . ent” 1c iine ) In ad States \ P LP. ; : ;
ht’s efforts to stop the illicit tion extn testemento ahnexo-to the Ste ae —, dire for R. § I 1, P ind Ment” will maintained but this United State will B.ULP. * Luxurious DC-6 and DC-6B airliners
. M : sinfec z himself as th ns} - th loyland 7
ee I t =~ H estate of John’ Da. “Silva, | also he ok AA seats ll : ect.” From gua * De Luxe and Tourist Class service
youlc ye tragic’, is on- k Animé all dire

10oWn as John Da Silva Vieira, rei



wrote, if we were to be faced late of El














lerton, St. George The Regulatior state he From erto Rico ‘4 '
m this further setback to our His Lordship adn 2k . oa : : Spéer, G. Speer. N. Phillips, A
q c S Lordship admitted the wills. that Wolff, M. Eve M. Pils
mrts to correct the present of the following to probate It shall not be lawful to land in A. } ia hn eat Me Catia: t,, Cia BUILT FOR For full information cai
eity of livestock. Joseph A. Hinds, St. Michael, and this Island without th» permi n G. Brathwaite A. Brathwaite, P. | S$. P. MUSSON, SON & CO.
Edward N. Bishop, Christ Church. of the Inspector of Animal SS ycga i hemmibamante Blan Te ia eh ag apes Tol, 4613





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Clear Vi I DIVORCE CASES (a) any cargo, vessel, articl |
Maude other thing which h ret “7

; ance | Muh In the Court for Divorce and tate eee ard ind hi ae Br idgetown

Matrimonial Causes, His Lordship

A ‘ ’ ihe aircraft in a prohibitec s ve
if t Queen s Park pronounced decree absolute in the eae r aera? ‘°A Film City”’

" suit f I. Birkett, *titioner, anc ) ¢£ nT - { i
Work of clearing Queen's Park Gq M. ett, petitioner, and (b) any cargo, vessel, utensil,



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3irkett, respondent art t \ ,
er > exhi “g arly : om : article or other thing which from page 1 Distribute.
‘ : aoe exiipiucn aoe early Decree nisi was pronounced on has been in contact with nh, ery a ro ne +
Sy see poo’ ar es October 10 any uch carg¢ utensil Terry Ash sated i said on h arri
_cleared and workmen Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., instruct- article or thing ap’ afore. coe i i



antling stalls. Most of oq by Cottle. Catford & Co., ap- t he was very glad to be here |

















the work was completed by mid- for tion or and to have an opportunity of TRUCK & BUS TYRES
é I 3 ener aaa petitioner, ' (c) any cargo, vessel, utensil, Alnine the, beauty aha letateut-c
g * is Lordship pronounced decree » or ot thing whic uming tne peauty an ° :
pT Park House was soon nisi in the suit KL aah artinle jother thing which she islands, He said he would b ECKSTEIN BROS., BAY STREET, Distributors
Beleared of the exhibits, and the caYed K. L, Murphy, petitioner, ship or aircvaft which has arriving in Grenada on Saturday
ing of pensions took place in and E. L. Moe (or Murphy), re- called at r cleared fron would be returning to work it
be band stand. pondent. any port or airport in a Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday
Se Exhibits of ground provisions, Decree absolute was pronounced prohibited country. Monday and Tuesday.
den vegetables, etc., were in the suit W. L. Austin, petitioner (a) Any cargo, vessel, article or Mr. Ashwood said that the
ckly sold and exhibits of i G. G. Austin, respondent. other thing r te » chief concern was to show to t
mactors and other types of en- Decree nisi was pronounced on landed in accc world the unique things, the
es were taken away. October 24, the provisions pré- cinating local industries, and tb





Cattle and poultry were taken ceding p "
any lighter, boat,

from the park on Thursday eve- Harvest Festival (b ;
i ‘ raft or any harbour craft

At Bethel used for tra

OF EXCHANGE other thing 3



uli vhich a



great be of the ares
tourist would find for himself o
arrival,

Warner-Pathe’ were more than
grateful to BOAC and BWIA



porting any

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. rmitt to .
The Annual Harvest Festiva: a ; aria oe ae to the various Tourist Boards
DECEMBER 12, 1952 5 “s held at Bethel anded CSaIU; ‘ int nd .
Re es tie Buying Dervices willbe held at Bethel 1311 i¢ so required by the Inspec- Hotel Association hich p
s on Methodist Church tomorrow, 4 tor be disinfected in such manner giving every assistance to the c
ie u nO: S058 11 a.m. the service W S be co" and at such places as the Inspector unit in the production of the : r :
aU oim pr. ducted / y Rev. F. ivian ‘| shall direct films. Can hel ou ; ; .
3 p.m., the young people of ’
J pr 68 Sunday School will render the , “, .
i s 68.1% pr Cantata ranks ‘to God.” ut} , Your back is sore and you feel tired and just plain miser i as »
gg cal 7 in 8 » T J, Purley wiil a n dh ) able! The cause of such trouble is often UNHEALTHY Tt mitt
> and ; : : KIDNEYS! So don't take ct , k » !
1 s on & conduct the service Monday an aaa | *\ axe chances—take SWAMP-ROOT! It's
Draft 75 ” 7 p.m. the Harvest Festival clos« Fe ie % tai & the modern, scientific way to get the benefit of the oldest dad breil AMn i uid
‘ ; ’ s % a medicine in the world—herbs and roots! DON'T NEG



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* ducted by Rev. George Marshall
pr. of Speightstown.

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DECEMBER 13, 1952

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CLASSIFIED ADS. |_PUmete SARBS. ) OFFICIAL ‘SALE. | ee a Se for COMFO
i BARBADOS, or
i ' . . . . i ’ I
ee _TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE IN ‘THE ASGISTANT Covet | Three. Your Course of Training in Domestic Salemes ie CONTENTNM
OF APPEAL | pplications are invited under the Barbados Government Trainin, . .
, 2 > ‘e- 7 : ;
FOR RENT } FOR SALE “TL AMIGe. Rende be lune en bun tan RAROLD “ARTHUR Ln | Scheme from Teachers in the Government (Elementary) Teaching
i a ] M iS “ . : ant
“ a -- Gedrge Butting on lands of HH ania - : P e.| Service for a three-year scholarship tenable at a Domestic Science
HOUSES Goring Charles Pilgrim and Hubert LITCHFIELD aagacoe re! so College in the United Kingdom. *
aii White and on Gun il or further . . fendan ‘ . ;
- ! ANTOMOTIVE particulars apply Carrington & Sealy, ae heey siven that by v.rtue} Applicants should possess a School Certificate of a recognised
A RAC T =MA y cas e setown ar . 2 mist ’ SOU of; x ne ce aie a 7 . inary
nia ey ee roe LODERN | Lucas Street, Bridgetowr 6.12.52--1n, | APPeal dated the hk a ars, 8 University Examining Board (or passes in five subjects at Ordinary
from the S , k f | CAR—Morris-Oxford, good as new ilps eel agi od in be eet unggee ale to' Level in the General Certificate of Education), the Certificate B of the
a £3 @ -' Geese : : bis - Ae ata a e highes er at the the j ;, j
rer 1042 ae ee es: Seen ee Perey é eee au an a8 Clerk of the Assistant Court of Soom Department of Education and have successfully completed a six-
—— ———__—_. - —— anes sie . rer bh hide square feet and 12,072 square feet situ. eae eae Beideesgsrn between | months’ course of training at the Housecraft Centré. Knowledge of
‘LAT 1s ‘ " : ‘ Pr Ar : m ated ¢ 2 a oon a o'ele mn
i eras Orteea hes See din, ere niin Se a ek Aen Sue Wren Toren, MOaRep the afternoon on Friday, the ‘2tn day | a Science Subject will be an advantage.
2958.53—t.2-n feinearnay & Ge. ton ae COTTLE CATRORN & Co . ina At THAT CERTAIN sles Applications should be submitted to the Director of Education so
= - 13.12.52 3r 2.52— Gn. : Si —
PARAWAY—faly {urnianed ben- Z aoe sie stg bua ibaney | pestel ot lend , atu at vaex-| as to reach him not later than the 10th of January, 1953. J, R, LMBUE & CO., LTD—Ageats
on house, ui) ™ rhting | 150 Velox — in good ec ion HOUSE--Situated on the ac . ¢ parish of Saint Michael .n | sos - ‘ 2 * ;
SOIL Wareerella ka ee ee en Slo eee Ot a taethea ack te fe eink Pe ene CME te elbisimeberihah Training Course in the Education of Young Children
Servant rooms. Monthy rent 900 plus | “in. | Telephone 8137 or 4611 "| two roods or thereabouts abutting and Applications are invited under the Barbados Government Training
$3: cieansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial} ————————________-- scan 12 12.52—t.4.n, |2eunding on lands of the estate of| ‘ * - ;
4376 : Lilse—tan.| Car—Humber super Snipe, in quite|- - SE LER [Rebecca Forbes deceased on lands ot| Scheme from Teachers in the Government (Elementary) Teaching
Ric ee J # 1 sail i sina : 1 . Sr 1 one Tull on lands of Adinah athwaite | ize . . RIMES : ‘ ; ‘ as
WEGRAVIN — Pulls Maredshied tad: |chevBece and apeee power, tak Gore KL LCSE 18 10, with shedroot- and feng on a road @ver which there “a''§ | Service for a one-year scholarship tenable at the University of Dur-| Speen
> y , ase anc ai power, this car is chen. Apply E. W, Maloney, Chancery | tight of wae to. th t Piadipren at Withace follow s : training in the Educa- a>
toom house, Crane coast Doub'e Garage; admirably suited to conversion to af Lane, Ch. Ch 12.12. 58—I1n. | EGwever clae the same eon my a ae am Institute of Education to follow a course of training in the ca
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water- Pick-up or Hearse. COLE & CO.,, ———_— Y abut an i ,
taiil supply. Monthiy rent $7* plus ¢3 11.12.52—3n.] The, undersigned will offer for sale at I anteuls tion of Yours Gpilenen: ini Order Early
clepning Charge, IN| ADVANCE. D.al! ———-__ jm —————-—— |their office No. 17 High Street, Bridge-| jiece or parcel ad hoi cutee Applicants must have successfully completed a course of training The M/V “MONEKA will accept
“76. 2.11.52—t.f.n HiLLMAN STATION WAGON-—Only |town, on Friday, the 19th day of De- “ ‘ ind situate at Jack- Erdiste ~ i r Ae in he Di ti f ~~ r. Cargo and Passengers for Dom-
a i et a 5 the parish ot Samt Miciaci iw | 4t Erdiston College and should submit applications to the Director o EF X as . a :
~ oo 16,000 mites. Owner driven. Appearance |cember at 2 p.m, ae i or Am inica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
OFFIC Goal, spactouh, 1 feason- | good os new. Perfect working order, 4s) 3ie. jeseesge- er dwellinghouse ows freee te seen by admeasurement | Education so as to reach him not later than the 10th of January, 1953. : and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday 12th
Oh eeieed.. Gniy tio more ava labic BRADSHAW & COMPANY., ‘]as HEMPSTEAD with the land therelo| vignt saunee feet ae trumaied and thirty | 13.12.52—2n, «) ORDERS TAKEN for— inst
K. R. Hunte & Co,, Ltd., Lower Broad 6.12.52-—t.f.n, ,belonging, containing 2 acres, 3 roods, 23} ing bounding on lande at wee nee Ree “¢ a
Street TAD B26 perches or thereabout, situated at Hinds- |on° lands. of Meunect ilnam ae, sso Minced Pie, Plum Pudding, The M/V “CARIBBEE” will
~ —- TOUCK.-V-8 Ford Truck, 1940. Apply }bury Road, Saint Michael, oe ‘ i = ¥Y On a roac ich C: , i) ss " accept Cargo and Passengers for
UNFURNISHED Cottage, five small |x "W' Maloney, Chancery Lane, Ch. Ch. | The dwellinghouse ‘contsing, Verandah, ever snob there. is a rant of way to Applications are invited, under the Barbados Government Train- Rich om. ae — Picniniaa T Aatank Meee ieoeead
rooms ater onclose {are ool | s 2 a gt a pl ¢ vac o So a - 5 Ss. . ‘ / in r $ s, Sz ns
Ceised chnind digas Cth santinet a mcc tace ye iS weahiome Sele tt ana xoom, | or however else the same may abut and!ing Scheme, from local Nurses for a Scholarship commencing (sub- ys ‘ : Pg gob ig he Rhea Weal
Vacant now. D.al 2949 13.12.52—1n| TRACTOR AND ENGINE—One (1) Garage, servants’ rooms and water mill. | pound and jf mot then sold the said {ject to satisfactory arrangements being made for acceptance of the erments* Siratiotyds :
teeter RRNES RES yrds ‘ Tractor like ( Inspee any ds a S J se gale on e€ - s : ’ , sc Z INE .
TO APPROVED TENANT yord 140. V3. fngine pie! aes eopitation onthe aie noon on sueceeding Friday between the same | selected candidate into an appropriate Hospital in the United King- Dial 2649. = ag SOCIATION ano)
BUNGALOW--On coast; For one year, | Howard King, Porey Spring, St. ‘Thomas. COTTLE, CATFORD & CO ene than ne tas ne ony ym |dom) in September, 1953, to undergo suitable training, to qualify for
Delightful surroundings, ‘all convenien 12,12, 52—2n 11.12,52—8n “4 m a : : ae ie ; y id ra 2, - 4 1 Mrs. ROMAN and Consignee, Dial 4047
ces, English Indy, weil furnishéd. per- | — aia ute, air eienatectasaeiee miata Be ol ro SN | £83, 6. 8 the post of Assistant Matron and Sister Tutor at the Mental Hospital. SHAW be
manent home, Suitable 2—8 pe . No RETREAT v Dated this 9th day of December, 1952 The selected candi@ute will be Saath, Mrs. W. H. BRADSH . 6.12.52
children, Phone 8350 or. Box XX. C/o ELECTRICAL, HASTINGS ROAD opposite Ocean F. G. TALMA, 1e selected candidate wi required :— ;
Advocate Advtg. Dept a SATIRAT TRSTERD — Dial aueneen te” ee walang closed verandah, Clerk | of ae ey hela ke lL. to take a three year course in General Nursing leading
3.12 3 , as $ zh ds tw bli , fe b : ae es strat i : » eligi i *
< {Battery Testers and Polarity tdieators. etc. Mand. kitchen. Very ee ee 13.12.52—3n to state Registration if not already eligible for registra ;
WANTED puttaple for, Garages | cle. Dial 3878. fconversion inta separate apartments, and } ~~ (eee tion in the United Kingdom.
aCosta é mo. Ltd., eowiea Bh saa ae on 12,870 sq. ft. of valuable BARBADOS ; 9 to take a one year course leading to the Mental Nursing
- — — ~—=— 5S ee uilding land. ° < a » 0 7 $ a 1B :
WANTED TO RE en er ee ee Water and electric light services: Certificate
Furnished one bedroom Bargalow with | GARRARD—3-Speed Automatic Record |Garage and “servants rooms OFFICIAL NOTICE se eee ai ofa ibentns Moemttal in ts ;
Cooking Utensils. Gentleman alone. St Guanes ae gMaves an limited Dial 8242 for arrangement to inspect. } 3 to serve one year on the staff of a Mental Hospital in the fi
Michael or St. Lawrence. Write Box K, | dusntity. Cc. Ss. Ma a . ees. a The undersigned w-.ll_ offer — the IN THE ASSISTANT COURT United Kingdom to gain experience and then proceed OUTWARLD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
ee ee ae wtnoncenecenses EET OOTY, fOr sabe ty publts cossmetition OF APPEAL to train for Sister Tutor’s. Certificate
8.12 52— ——— ¥ re or ste r’s ay" nate
ease Riccio agian ae ean | REVRIGERATONG — Canadian ¥rigid- Metiowinr. sie’ Denke uae’ (Equitable Jurisdiction) : 7. ; tei ; : Vessel From Leaves Due
PERSONAL aire, made by General Motors with 5- COTTLE, CATFORD & CO HAROLD ARTHUR MARSHALL The minimum educational qualification will be a pass in the a Barhadas
% year guarantee. Only a limited quantity sr Salleliors, —Plaintiff. | oo . Cer ate or equivalent exami 7 3
pee ee Sree a oe thkas oahined, Call aa ae aTore \HAROLD LITCHFIELD MALONEY Schoo! Certificate or equiva ent examination ; x S.S. “SCHOLAR” 7 ee 17th Nov, 17th Dec
(The public are hereby warned against|HUNTE & CO., LTD, Dial 5136 Ss cis toielhteact etal 5 —Defendant Candidates who are eligible for registration in the United King-|$.S. “PLANTER” London 30th Nov. 14th Dec
giving credit to any person or eatebhe 7.12,52—6n. IN pursuance of an Order in th.s Court | 4 i who have had at least five years post registration Nurs S.S. “CROFTER” Pater ae: : ; ;
whomsoever in my name as 16 ‘ —-—- - ----—--- ~~ + riches AUCTION in the above action made on the sth} COM ana wi ave had at leas years post registratior rsing oe . Glasgow and :
hold myseif respons.ble sor Gheace any of ee 1952, I give notice to} experience will be preferred. _ _ Liverpool 3rd Dec 16th Dec.
contracting any debt or debts in. my FURNITURE AUCTION SALE OF TRUCK Meas ta of bic hee of tei, Applications giving age, qualifications and previous experience,| 5S: “GEOLOGIS1 - Liverpool and
name unless by a written order siitned I have been instructed by the B’dos | affecting: * ; nected h 7 s fae Sr ete ee Newport 5th Dec. 19th Dec
y me eek ion i ms Regiment to sell by public auction at} SIRAT ALL THAT CERTAIN. piece should be forwarded to the Director of Medical Services so as to eect vases cosgloeii edge sania ceeiadinaenatials
*LYDE E TAYLOR, CHAIRS — Upright Chairs all in|the Garrson on Thursday next 18th} or parcel of land situate at Jacksons! reach him not later than the 10th January, 1953. HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Salters, bo aa Mahogany $10 up, Rockers $20, Morrig | December at 2 o'clock one (1) three ton|in the parish of Saint Michael in thia 6.12.52—2
am. | Chairs $30 each at Joiners’ Shop, School | Node Truck. Cote onr. Island containing by admeasurement two arene Vessel For Closes in
LIQUOR LICENSE - | Gap, Hindebury Road, 13.12. 52--2n. Gav Annee * roods or thereabouts abutting and bound- r bad
ENSE NOTICE Sees aioe ene " i312 oo ing on lands of the estate of Rebecca | ‘ " A - “ ti - Bar os
wane applic ation of Stuart & Sampson } ee -12.52—4n. | Forbes deceased on lands of one Tull on One-Year Diploma Course of Training in the specialised S.S. “TEMPLE BAR -. London 12th Dec.
Lid., of Roebuck Street, St, Michael, LIVESTOCK See lands of Adinah Brathwaite and on a teaching of backward and retarded children
r permission to sell Sp.rits, Malt road over which there is a right of way For further information apply to - - -
Liquors, &c,, at a board and shingled PI HLIC NOTICES to the public road or however else the Applications are invited under the Barbados Government Train-
shop attached to residence at Pilgrim CALVES “Well bred calves from same may abut and bound-- ¥ sche . face sa as “ 7 are = s
Road, Christ Church within District “B.” {self-contained herd’ Dayrelle” Dairy | --—— aoe AND SECONDLY ALL THAT certgin|iNg Scheme from teachers in Government Elementary Schools for DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Agents
ee OL ALwa of December, 1952.| Farm. Dial 3987. 10,12.58-5n. NOTICE mene & orn yi i oe af ae two scholarships tenable at the University of London Institute of
, hs — poyenteteennenainnoneeneetlloet i f arish of Sa chael in : wet , y
GE = GULL, RACE-HORSES—The following race- this Island containing ty admeasurement | Education covering one academic year of training in the teaching of
it BAe cation ry pPBucant.|horses landed in Trinidad, at £800], NOTICE is hereby given that the) three thousand four hundred and thirty | educationally sub-normal children. ’
~—This application wl be con-|Tohamia, Arabian Girl, Indian Gift, | Transfer Books of the Company will be]eight square feet or thereabouts abut- ‘ :
sidered at 4 Licensing Court to be held|Kgyptian Gift, Admirals’ Delight, Medi- ¢losed from the 16th day of December | ting and bounding on lands of one The successful candidates will be required to enter the Institute
at olice Court, District “B" on Tuesday |terranean, Likely, Fary Falls, Sabre, 1952, until the 29th day of December | Sobers on lands of Hubert Maloney on}, 4), beginning of the 1953-54 session
Pek Gay. of December, 1952, at|Pebblestone, Sister Emma, Royal eres Ams home bar 4 fpctaaive.. aed ee - fond —_ whieh ‘bas " a right ot & OF ; os ~ s ' ' ‘
-% Sunbayna, Delusion, Cordwainer, Bobbie eee e Board o irectors, ay e public road and on public andic s must have had at least ten years’ teaching experience
Cc, L. WALWYN, Burns, Okami, Nintdelys. At &350— WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO, LTD., |road or however else the may | . ‘ ae z »
Police Magistrate, Dist. “i” | Huslewoods Deinilo, Pull Alown, Bridge, 1H. CORBIN, [abut and Round to being Before me an} @nd must hold a teachers’ certificate from @ recognised training STEAMSHIP’ COMPANY, INC
3.12 ©. | Flawless Pearl. At £450—Lime Tree, Secretary, account 0} neir sa.d elaims with their | institute Fi
pie ne set nchcance: REA noe Ake NNO Moral Limes 12.12,52—4n, | witnesses, documents and vouchers, to]? a i hould. 5 id 1
O LICENSE NOTICE |Clover Breaking Wave. At £650—Casey | ——-————______-_-_—-— | be _ examined by me on any ‘Tuesday, pplieations should be addressed to the Director of Education . r ~
The application of Duncan Shepherd Junior Apply to Oo. P. Bennett, Southern NOTICE or Friday between the hour ve bs noon} and should reach the Education Office not later than the 10th of CANADIAN SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
of Pilgrim Land, Christ Church, for|D2ity, San ferrando, Trinidad and 3 o'clock in the aftern on, at the 7 8
a ‘ q = rn » “he the Assistan t arv 58
perm ssion to sell’ Spirits, Malt Liquors, Sia be--0ni | Ownere of ‘graves at the Wenttgr lect of Atel at te Guu thee ee ee SOUTHBOUND KIM ALCOA CORONA KIM
&c., at a wooden and galvanized shop tee] ee Cemetary are respectively asked to have Bridgetown, before the 25th day of 6.12.52—2n PARTNER
with shed-roof attached at, Pilgrim Land, them cleaned up for the coming festi-| Popruary 1983, in order that such claims eae \
Be iM cit eae oh i pel MECHANICAL ve may be ranked according to the nature], Bae. bs. ST. JOHN : 29 Nov 20 Dec. 5 Jan. 19 Jan,
To C. I WAL WYN Ee ecember, 1962, 2 o BULLEN, and priority thereof respectively: other- | Teachers’ Scholarships to the University College of the West Indies HALIFAX 6 Dee. 26 Dec. 9 Jan. 23 Jan.
4 4 eat satin eee —— ~ upt. & Treasurer wise such persons will be precluded Applications for scholarships th cat ala 7 y ARR. BARBADOS 21 Dec, 7 Jan. 20 Jan. 6 Feb,
for Applicant ee Se eee ace ee 13.12.52—30 | from the benefit of the said Decree, and Stnav ppiica s for scholarships of three years’ duration at the
< ran on, little used; head light an 7 be deprived of all clam on or against niversity College of the West Indies <¢ , ar > ‘he ¢ Limited Passenger Accommodation Available
N bog : 2 , _[eondition, ti ‘ J +8 pe depriv E sity ailege of the West Indies are invited under the Barbados
iB; This applieation will Be con-} pump, Tel. 2470 13.12,52—2n. NOTICE the said property. a vevnient. “ies oe taerd ens ay ain anaer
at Police Court, District “B” on Tuesday Claimants are also notiffed that they | 7OVernmen raining Scheme from Teachers in the Government For further information apply: Da COSTA & CO., LTD.; Phone 2122.
‘he aaet day” of Decertber, O62 at BICYCLE—One Hobbs of Barbican] With reference tq an advertisement | must attend the said Court on Wedn¢s-|(Elementary) Teaching Service who have successfully completed a
Theater ane 0 ecermiber, 1 » 4t] Racing Cyele in good condition. Appl¥: [appearing in the Bafbados Advocate on|day, the 25th day of February, 1953, f a E 4 eS € § ress y Pp. 8
1 ee H. O. Edwards c/o Messrs. Gardiner | Friday, December 5th 1952. der the|10 o’clock a.m. when their said claims};COUrse Of training at Erdiston College.
Cc. L. WALWYN f : , under WW YORK VICE
Austin & Co, Ltd. 13.12.52—2n. “ s ’ conan at ‘ : ; EVE UR WE
Police Magistrate, pin. ils a ae Hx; Weng nace te a are rh ee sence ey ade ae ly day of Applicants must have passed the London Matriculation examina- NE mR SER ( RY FO ERS)
kn ae neces pee gear GaGa Aan unreservedly withdraw, wt the offer December, 1852. ater ata tion, or gained exemption therefrom, and must forward their Certifi. SOUTHBOUND ALCOA ALCOA ALCOA ALCOA
. acticalls J y om mentione ” at advertisement as we i y ember, "leg $s wi rir ¢£ ot} r , , E PEGASUS Ss P NTE
Ue. Small “Croton” near Esso Service Station, Jare advised that such an offer 4s illegal, Fa. TALMA. cates with their applications. They should consult the current Year ee eee eee 5 Sereeaaee
OFFICIAL SALE FEE ERONEy. oS ee S. NICHOLLS & SONS, Clerk Of the es ens Book of the University College of the West Indies and then state in }» NORFOLK = a
Sr y eal, E ; . 7 B MO} 2 5
agente fOr dad alley «aoe oF Appia 52 in, {their letters of application the subjects they propose to read during NOW von Fo Bn a5 ae a aoe
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT POULTRY ——- —___—_____ —— nen their final degree courses. No course will be approved unless the Arr. B'DOS. 7 Jan 7 Mar. 4 Apr.
ieauitauie Tuntedinisens GOVERNMENT NOTICES applicant undertakes to read as one of his degree subjects:—Mathe- hee ce ead Es et
HAROLD ARTHUR MARSHALL PULLETS Imported White Leghorn 1 4 r , matics (Pure), Mathematics (Applied), Physics, Chemistry, Botany. NEW ORLEANS SER
P > re. y t ens y e
SAMUEL WINFIELD PHILE fm eee oes rency eo pay. aod: hens. laying ae , . Applicants are warned that failure by a scholar to qualify at the VICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
Ps 30 ers. Apply to Miss May Harding, Applications are invited, under the Barbados Government Train- aaaiaat ; ati ‘ :
: —Defendant. | Syibury, White Park 13.12.52—2n. |. 7 » " S , : Intermediate examination for the degree course approved will mean
NOTICE is hereby given that by v.rtue -= ling Scheme, from suitable Candidates in the Public Service, for one . actiistic Tink Ad 7 ca . SOUTHBOUND A *
of an Order of the Assistant Court of ’ , : a the immediate loss of the scholarship, STEAMER TEAM ea
Appeal dated the 9th day of December, MISCELLANEQUS (1) Male Scholarship and one (1) Female Scholarship, for three (3) Anplicatiane. shat bacaubritted. 1a. ihe seivadien cao maudneton sore eee 8 ER STEAMER
62, there wi e set up for sale ta | ———-——-————— ini i ; ; i ry F " . * 5 :
the ‘highest bidder at the Office of tha | BENOCULARS—A new assortment. dust |¥C4TS training in Mental Nursing commencing (subject to satisfactory so as to reach him not later than the 10th January, 1953. NEW ORLPANS : Bes, 28 Dee 1 Jan,
Clerk ote Adaistant Court of Appeal zevdved. at, Imperial Optical fey Over | arrangements being made for acceptance of the candidates by appro- 6.12.52—2n JAMAICA 41 Des: 25 Dec 2 jan
at the Court ouse, Bridgetown, be- unte. .12.52—5n 2 + + ; -ae Cer aennt G g 7 ot nse
‘wer’ the. héak Gtk hoon” Bnd ny priate Hospitals in the United Kingdom) in September, 1953. Arr. B'DOS, \20 Dee, 4 Jan, 18 Jan
2 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, ‘SSO PRODUCTS—Petroleum Jelly Candidates, who are registered locally and who have had previous —_—_—_ For further i 7"
the 2ith day of February, 1953: All that | White in Drums. No Jol, Paraffin Oil, hye : ee seuiete a locally. and. 53 do Applications under the Barbados Government Training Scheme, urther information apply ROBERT THOM LTD. Phone 4298
certain piece or parcel of land situate |Drums and Pails. FUt Sprayers, Flit}e@Xperienee in Mental or General Nursing will be preferred. are invited from Nurses who. have leted iw dentin j i te
at Hastings in the parish of Christ| Gallons, Qrts, Pints and Ww Pints. Fit The successful completion of training in the United Kingdom are ivitec rC Y urses who have completed their training at the] "s=.— ae
Church and Isiand aforesa.d containing }AeTosol, Fit Powder. Esso Handy Oil, } : : General Hospital for four scholarships commencing (subject to satis-~
by admeasurement one rood one perch |Household Wax, Lighter Fuel, Radiator} Will qualify the persons concerned for promotion to the higher]: arrangements beir made f t f th 1 ted
and one half of a perch (of which area | Cleaner, Radiator Protector, Stop Leak, ; . ‘ he * ™ ‘nin } PREC arrange 5 1g ade for acceptance o ne selectec , re ‘
die Geroh and one-halt Gf..a perch ace Sponges, Spark Plugs, Brake Fluid, 10 he posts provided their service after return from training is candidates by appropriate Heepitels in the United Kingdom) in There are still a few of our beautiful
ingluded in the public - road called | Drums and Pails, Al of these can be | satisfactory. F ee
Hart's Gap) abutting and bounding | obtained from R, M, Jones & Co., Ltd, A a ae: Sra lificati 3 ite ena | POREUSEY, 1908: CANADIAN DOLLS
towards the north on lands now or late | Phone 4784 27.11.52—t.f.n pplications giving age, qualifications and previous experience) The purpose of these scholarships is the attai : fu 7 . 4a
of Louisa Small towards the East on ame should be forwarded he Di f Medical Services so as t purpose of these scholarships is the attainment of United :
8 East a - < should be forwarded to the Director o edical Services so as to}, eae. area : PR left. If you would like to 's
the public road called Hart's Gap| GENTLEMAN'S Evening Tail Coat,J° vee Kingdom qualifications in General Nursing and Midwifery and to ‘ q e to secure one do not delay.
towards the South on lands now or late |s ze 40 quite new, reasonable, telephone {reach him not later than 10th January, 1953, 7 a - ‘. : oo? ee "
of Cynthia Brathwaite and towards the | 5126 13.12, 52—2n 6.12.52—2n gain experience in United Kingdom Hospitals before returning to § ’
West on lands now or late of C, 8.| ——————————— aon ye “| Barbados when the success + ates ig 7 i ORIUM
Pitcher or however else the same may] “GREEN ESCHALOT — Up to 160ibe eee a aes ~ : Se an se me peng sp —
abut and bound—and if not then soid [At Little Battalys, St, Peter, Phone 9177. 5 , ment to the General Hospital as Sta urses or Charge Nurses Cur, BROAD & TUDOR
ate sate: property will be set up sor 11.12.52—-Sn Subordinate Staff Study Courses depending on their ability and vacancies at the time of their return. eee

sale on every succeeding Friday, between

the same hours until the same is sold

for a sum not less than £208. 6. 8.
Dated this 9th day of Decemper, 1952.



F. G. TALMA,
Cigrk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal. Ag.
13.12.52-—3n
BARBADOS. : a

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
HAROLD ARTHUR MARSHALL
—Plaintiff.
PHILLIPS
—Defendant.
IN pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the Sth
day of December 1952, 1 give notice to
all persons having any estate, right or
interest in or any lien or incumbrance
affecting: All that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Hastings in the parish
of Christ Church and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement one rood
one perch and one half of a perch (of
which area one perch and one-half of
a perch are included in the public road
called Hart's Gap) abutting and bound-
ing towards the north on lands now or
late of Louisa Small towards the Bast
on the public road called Hart's Gap
towards the South on lands now or
late of Cynthia Brathwa.te and towards
the West on landy now or late of C. S.
Fiteher or however else the same may
abut and bound—to bring before me an
account of their said claims with their
witnesses, documents and vouchers, to
be examined by me on any Tuesday,
or Friday between the hours of 12 (noon)
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
Office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal at the Coprt House, Bridge-
town, before the 25th da of February
1983, in order that such claims may be
ranked according to the nature and
priority thereof respectively; otherwise
such persons will be precluded from the
benefit of the said Decree, and be
deprived of all claim on or against the
said property
Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wedne
of February, 1953, at

SAMUEL WINFTELD













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Terms can be arranged on
the following:—

(1) Property at Field's Gap,















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for places on a special two to three year course of studies at the
Evening Institute leading to the General Certificate of Education at
ordinary level in any three of the following subjects:—

standard and the subjects which it is desire@ to study should be sub-

the 10th January,

Scheme to provide assistance during the academic year 1952/53 for
secondary school masters and mistresses who are undergoing training
with the approval of their Governing Bodies, i

Education so as to reach him not later than the 10th January, 1953,
applications for assistance from members of their teaching staff.

Edueation.







Applications, giving age, qualifications and previous experience,
should be forwarded to the Director of Medical Services so as to
reach him not later than 10th January, 1953.

Applications are invited under the Barbados Government Train-
ng Scheme from members of the subordinate staff of the Government

6.12.52—2n.



DISTRIBUTION OF THE PROCEEDS OF THE LIQUIDATION

English, Mathematics, Latin, French, Spanish, History and OF JAPANESE ASSETS
Geography. ‘ : ‘ HER MAJESTY’S GOVERNMENT has decided that the proceeds
Applications stating age, present appointment, educational} of the liquidation of Japanese assets in the United Kingdom should

be distributed amongst all United Kingdom nationalists who had been |
nitted to the Director of Education so as to reach him not later than | Fav Eastern Prisoners of War or civilians (or their widows) who were
imprisoned or interned by the Japanese during the last war.

1953. : “4 EHR )
6.12,8d0an. 2. Applications will be considered from United Kingdom nation-

alists normally resident in the United Kingdom who were captured
and imprisoned or interned by the Japanese during the war (or their
widows) and who may now be employed, whether in the short or long
term, either privately, commercially or by the Government in Barba-

An amount of $3,000 is available under the Government Training dos. 3







Bursaries for Secondary School Teaching Staff

Intending claimants should apply immediatel irect t ne
Ministry of Pensions, Sanctuary Buildings, Great Suns thavan’ ‘hee
don, S/W.1 vi
4. Although the final date for applications has been announ

as the Ist of December, 1952, the Minister has discretion to ce
late applications in certain cireumstances. He has agreed that applica-
tions from Barbados will be considered provided that requests for an
application form reach the Ministry before the end of 1952 and that
the completed forms are returned without delay o

Governing Bodies are invited to forward to the Director of

Printed application forms are available at the Department of
10.12.52—2n.



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UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
Final Examinations 1953
\ Forms of lication issi ‘
ADVERTISEMENT IN 8 of application for admission to Final Examinations
BARBADOS ADVOCATE University of London ; at ; c aminatens of the
“ety th touch wih Britain. | Gare ae of London are available at the Department of Education,
Land For Sale Read the Sunday Tinies, frstain's é Ss
) est informed Sunday Newspaper, : °-se formes + 4 . ‘5
Stainton Dia same week of this carom bd i be completed in duplicate and forwarded to
publication. Dial 0103 anc obtain : é Mt, together with all documents substantiati
(3) Three spots of land at suhsteiption form from George | didate’s claims to sit the examing eee nasling igi
a f Hunte, the Sunday Times Car- Feo xamination, the University*Fee and Local
ta 000 me Road. Each preven ie Barn ASos oe | Fee, not later than Wednesday, 31st December 1952,
is lg, sq. feet. 43.12. 52—an No entries or fees must be sent direct to the University.

University Fee—Law an dDivinity

University Fee—all other examinations ..

"$35.28
: Local Fees

Several spots at Thorpes, :
Me $65.52

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day, the, 25th day Qe
10 pfctack a.m. whon (their said claims Bank Hall. Ss : NPP an NOTICE . a os
will be ranked, sential 7 Pines veral spots at Cave . Sandidates not taking ar . Retna . 7 .

: (3) Properties at King’s x n ‘King an oral examination—40% of tt Iniv y
Give d y hand this ’ ; 5 © of the University
Deted this Sth day of December, 1082 Village. (1) one acre each. x g Fee =

Clark of the Amisiant Court (1) Property at King Street, (2) Two acres below St. 3 ro all who have take 2 8 | r¢¢ Candidates taking an Oral Examination—45% of the University

of Appeal. “Ag near Baxter’s Road, Joseph's Church. % ie cat the sopieee WY Of a ‘ :

13.12. 52—3n ie chance & os = ‘ Yandidates taki . 5
9$90O9OO90GOHGHHDHHHTOG, (1) House at Fairfield Road (2) Two acres at St. Eliza- Furniture at the Exhibition: x (,,. Candidates taking an Oral and Practical Examination—50% of
with %4 of an acre of i Seon Roe tae eae y | the University Fee
aiien MARIORIE HOWNES lane. ; | beth’s Village, St. Joseph. No, 374 drew the Prize. $ i

" P | x 30.11.52—2n.

begs to remind all her friends of | (1) Small Property at Nel- $j D’ARCY A. SCOTT % or. FRED MARSHALL, 8 | -sececene HER, son Street. x Aucti ‘ ~ . satis % he oe OPES SEE EOS —POSOOP OPEL AAA SLSTAD

’ ANNUAL DANCE (3) Spots of Land at Max- 3/9 pia 2648. 18.12.6220, MIS BIR “g
$ well Road. 3 ys . y Spee a: > 13.12.52—-in. < 1S NOTHING LIKE eee %
2 To be held on (1) Small spot of Land at & X12 oS
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Te N Dados — K aatt r taining his winning streak Ki on the ator in BH
FLAT & 1 Down U1 Straight victory in Australia | i en resigned to
St, Lawrence when he defeat Prar n | sil requiring extensive pro-
Steve Ha a ik Au ul wtswriter in an article tection t the elements I h
FARAWAY ritten after tl ght re West Indian negro southpaw, | Tat something to make n t ese
nouse, Ivor Ger < Ge n to u atly bt ightened his prospects | leven the most hard cricket-
: wee of winning th 1 I s} € gh Ter by his re points | lover gasp In late November, ° es
i me FOU n ov \ velt < I ran Mikus in their twelve ++ t} temperature below
cleansing j 4 i he emperature € h lid Vy S
fare ae ter at oo he : ae fre point, Len Hutton puts O a O .
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Ais. ; z glove trades hip he produced | AX least oe ad z Ti > pavi ney sling backs.
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ably priced of the game 5 ; | are the famous gasometers, to ;
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C/o Advoc H* Y DUNN another critic 3 |Denis Compton, Alec Bedser and
Â¥ is equally complimentary of | |Jim Laker. In fact, there is only
me P Germaine. He writes: “By his first | FOUR OF ENGLAND'S LEADING CRICKETING STARS. |one non-professional member of
rate display, Germaine has forced | —— rs ‘iin atitn Avan tenie SEP RTA aia
ane KID GERMAN. himself into fights with Plan- Farr Care Maser ct oe eM SLi
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whomsoev the British Empire Lightweight title with Englishman Frankie John. | i _ + the arts, and while the rest of
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had twelve pages
eee following international boxing closely that Frankie Johnson, the ape ‘ | dialogue.
British Empire Lightweight champion, according to London reports Standard played its last game By SCRIBBLER of games in this Division in which | “Dummy” Runs
is due to arrive in Australia from London on January 2 and is listed | in the final series on thie Leeward Greens and George Park meet,|. After a couple of ‘dummy’ runs
bathed to fight for the Empire Lightweight crown—which is now vacant—| division of the League and re- Boys Clubs Results of this match can there-|Len told the rest of the players
LIQUC a re t me — jo big Frankie Flannery—George Barnes Austra- corded the noteworthy feat of Police Boys’ C1 : fore affect the championship of the |ffom dressing room to wicket ave e er 0
The ap eee ee enn eeas ‘e “ING ’ Scoring an innings victory against) 4), and) Central divinity cad nny, | Svision. | what to do. He summed it up 7 r
> oF ‘er Al STRALIA’S BATTING ‘FIND All Saints. With this victory they : sth eppal civintony a ee Radcliffe Ahead |like this: “A Jot easier than
eee f USTRALIA’S youngest opening batsman Colin McDonald who|have — established very ‘strong | division B ee the, Carlisle Radcliffe shows determination | P&St cricket — and better paid. 0, 11 12 be 13 BROAD STREET
shop att 4am ade his test det igainst the touring South African team last | claims to the championship of the at Hadso ete Ee sane Liberty not to give up until the éh . ee Facing a camera is chicken feed
Road, Ch week has virtually earned a place in the team for the Second Test |division. There is at present no tay Bie oer i oes AE One Ot ofan hip has been won or lox eompared with facing Lindwall
eles which opens at Melbourne on December 24, news of the results of the Cycione B 2 on sate Sen 4 a Their game against Belf el L ne |@nd Miller SOOO
at Playing for on Australian xi against the South Africans at Syd-|and St. John Baptist game. | totet Geeier ¥ tedne 80) Of Bae in which they should Page oO Ot the set, he says “Dh ey | SOCRCCSOPSSESSSSSSSSSPP FOSS SOO POSS OOS FPSO FO OOFO
ney yesterday with Graeme Hole he put on 136 for the second wicket | Cyclone is still much in the run-|-”. 4 e ha sete CHELGE: tne FCT toe oy tory, — mse SUES have got thik’ Oval dressing room
N.B.— and scored 81, Hole contributing 97. ning for the championship Se ay tet eee eee Belfield batte j ! perfectly reproduced, anc
eat § Since the Australian cricket powers that be seem to have de ; with 20 to his credit, For Liberty iL ut f 5 8 Se catia ets ti J ae gg een
at’ Police wers é § é - ; ; a a y for gall out , rd 17 ¢ de J > surr i
av ous cided against playing the opener Syd Barnes it is quite likely that Standard lost the toss and wert | Smart took 2 for 6, Hope 2 for 8 Dyal 10 Gare eer tee tte Pe bias, 7 eee ae 2 a o
11 o’cloc McDonald will be taken either as an opener to partner Arthur Morris| S¢™t to the wicket. In just ove ¢) and Blackman 3 tor oi to reach double fig a TP eter. ay Pee Ore ae
or aS a reserve opening batsman at least. two hours they had scored 168 | Liberty in their first ers respor SRE aE Pet | Sante COB UIEALIB I, m a oin Ss 0 vie
|runs in free style. Contributing to also found run-getting a Ts respon e for the dismissal | . It is so good that I went a
a B.C.A.-B.C.L. GAME CONTINUES TO-DAY |this total were Coulthrust 44, p.|matter and only one batsm i ee I en were A. Belle;right to my own clothes hanger.
LIQUt FIDHE AD JAL, B.C.A.-B.C.L. fixture which opened at Kensington Straker 42 and E. Hinds 35, For Hayes, with a score Ri oh Rogares 3 t * ( MA an eres O88 | Ang as I walked out on the field <
ase fadt ‘Saturday will be resumea to-day. It will be remembered All Saints, J. Rock took 4 for 15.| out reached double figure of Sa D in 11 overs, 7!the Test Match atmosphere e wor $s
eee that the B.C.L. were dismissed for 91 and up to close the B.C.A. had| ,, 2%, their first innings All Saints | Bors RUE its ever | wice: Radcliffe i about the task of aimed to be right there.”
perm ssi lost four quick wi sts for 21 runs fared badly against the attack] ets for 9 runs. At the close of ~ > set about the task of; Some of the real action cricket
with si Tt seems to promise kinder weather to-day and the B.C.L. will of Goodridge and Greaves and| Play Boys Club had lost two wick- Rey nite ia li aden a which {will come from newsreels, but |
W om x é ay é ‘e.b. ee 5 = i ge they acco: she an > re mtd
Christ ¢ have their hands filled in dismissing the three Internationals, Wal- were all out for 20 runs. Good-; ets for 5 abe pc ‘ : ‘ on te ae ae Snes ee wens Hutton and Washbrook — on a $s s
med, dat arshall and Weekes ’ ridge during the course of the in- Ki In ae — eres the th be ne oF *: - ma and at) wintry field near the studio—will
: ' vase we can look for ) ste: ay ni nings had an analysis of 5 for 0| Boys Club were definitely on top| (le Criwing of Stumps the score|gpen ‘the Eng inni
it ancin von to-d ore look forward to an interesting. day of cricket runs and ended with 5 for 4,j/in their game against Greens, | CR a mek wean BREE | PThere is stonthling ent which
oa : oe ee ees "7 . - rreaves . |possible champions this season. |<“, ©. Hogers 15, Belle 17 not out]... ee : 4 ,
iieaved DAVIS CUP PREPARATIONS Griaves took ¢ for 10. saints | Greene were at the wigker nut |and D. Forde 13° So far Davis, the | Wil, make the English fan gasp.
at Polici HE most precious stretch of turf in the sporting world, the centre again ran into difficulties and|and were all out for 30. J, St. Hill| Belfield left arm spinner, has | Hutton and Washbrook go out to
oe sete court at Memorial Drive, Adelaide where the Davis Cup chal-| could only double their first in-|took 3 for 11 and J. Inniss 5 for | t#ken 5 wickets for 22 runs face an Australian total af 520
ienge round will be played at the end of next month, is reaching| Pings score, with a total of 40.|5. Game Forfeited for seven. Quips Len: “This is
perfection after eight months of special attention, our correspondent |’Thompson 16 not out and Welch| In their turn at the wicket Boys|; By not turning up on Sunday | 2! Tight for the film, but I hope
CAs a has reported from Adelaide. It has been treated by a team of experts | 14 were the only batsmen to reach |Club bats were fairly consistent |/for the last day of their match |{+ Won’t be like that next year.”| »
BARBA led by an agronomist of international repute, Professor H. C, Trum-| double figures. }and with Me Collin le. the against Rangers, St. Barnabas —L.E.S.
ble of the famous Waite Agricultural Research Institute. | Once again it was the bowling| way with 38, Inniss O. |have forfeited the game and full | ~——__
OF . Bight practice courts are being prepared, but the finalists will | of Goodridge which routed the | Headley 17 the total r 153. ‘points go to Rangers. Scores were |
still be allowed brief practices on the centre court. Two preliminary | All Saints batsmen. In this in- | Greens have lost one wicket for Rangers 174, St. Barnabas 22 and! therefore I cannot say what is
IN rehearsals have been staged so far. A full dress one will be held on|nings he took 7 for 20 thus | 0 runs in their se i innings. |23 for the loss of three wickets.’ the exac siti uever, 04
i. : e exact position. However, if
December 13, when ar entire organisation including the new elec-| achieving a match analysis of 12!1f Greens suffer defeat vill be Bordeaux did not field a team there has been a_ victory for
" trie eenreboard will be tried out. ! for 24. L. Thompson took 1 for 19.!the first outright one for them.|in the Bordeaux vs. Notre Dame) Dover . . ed :
HAROL i} - Le mpson too r 12, rs trig Notre ame over, then the Dis 2 t-
‘ _ PTarh Up to the present they have won | match and Notre Dame in the eir- | tee will have to go ne oon
SAMUE They ll Do It Every I ime feel ure Mae ant y mmy Hatlo all matches except one in which cumstances have scored = full| lodged by Dover in the Dover
NOTI ee 4 only a first innings lead was pos-| points. This makes Rangers and|vs. Bordeaux match
obtas MME ie fs ticks. ” oe ath sible. On the other hand Boys} Notre Dame equal on poir Feat ,
Appeal A : WELL, LOOK Gaeee ~ 7, HE MIGHT, AS WELL PLAY THEM BEER: BOTTLE Club have lost a single game and Up to the time of writ there | W. Clark eats : J Pr
ratty WHOS HERE! Goop 2 GUESS WHO” WITH A PAIL BIFOCALS COVER took first innings lead in two!has been no official report on the totalled a7 cue fc heey has
, e m 1 ge “here 1other r id |B le over latcl ALE ‘ or @ season.
oe OL SMEDLEY! HOWSA OVER His ors ae THEM SO MUCH TERRITORY) | Bert nates: Bnekiey seuad | Belgeld Dover match and!’ Hayes of Liberty has scored ‘
at th Boy ? YOU LOOK GREAT! ene har eee hav pd IFHES| | 208, M. Greaves of Standard 257. Look a the “ Qosilny Ens
2 o'clt } LW , ‘ MAN OR AN | , 7 Wy] ~ rcy | H. Goodridge of New Standard has oe ee a ee
the mt fy] -O-HO~ YOU DONT KNOW SINCE HES BEEN HERE A OcuLists SicN».4 | AUSTRALIAN XI vs S. AFRIGANS |tzken'5t wickets during the sen havent belt Ouafonable
qt VA ie, HN? OUTA Stok wv haan lan.'M. Hope of Liberty has taken | Saint el Comfna
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LN baa ‘ k aintaining his winning streak nN mS esigne he
Down Un traight victor n Australia id | lon , 1
hen : gil ret g ensive pro-
Steve Ha il Au t rtswriter an article tection against the elements. In these
ritten aft i sht res West Indian negro southpaw | But here is something to make
Ivor Ger G te t wy ned oe prospects | leven I ' bere cricket-
I L, ht title by his sterling points el t ate November, °
\ ‘ I Ku in their twelve | ae : ee yes te ho ay oes
te the I night f point, Len Hutton puts
SURPRISED EVEN HIS OWN picks up his bat and
LT} jcomes lown the ps of the
PAE twenty-cight-year-old | ' Oval pavilion to bat against the White Nylon mesh Sandals
Germaine surprised even his | Australians, with laa wedge heels and
own connections by the all round} { at ieast it looks like the Oval back
glove tradesmanship he produced | There. on the right of the pavilion, sling jacks.
beating Miku it every branch | wre the famous gasometers, to
the game.’ id es the left are the blocks of flats— Newman’s Polka Dot San-
ae tae ‘remaymaiae by the! whose iconie during Test dals. Shell Court — sh
markable by ne | Matches are as crowded as win- oven brocade
rf a: COMES Sa rugged dow on a Coronation route ind over straps in * *

rv i Mikus 10% tbs.
1. oe whip hand over,
orian practically through
elv savagely fought

Low wedge heels, Something

% é aluable.
ee really smart for the season

The Secret
| But closer examination reveals

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Kennington, but the Oval of P Pp . 45
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jtation for “The Final .Test’ a

film with cricketing back-

ground 57
There is no imitation though 4

about Hutton, It is the real Len

1

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rounds {

Although Mikus’ right hand
buckled in the ninth” session}
this mishap had no bearing on}
the result of the fight.’

“Germaine finished the strong-
r of the pair and never at any
stage was in danger of being
floored by Mikus.”



































|In th he play himself. | }))
; . ’ }And_ his lish eleven includes |
ANOTHER CRITIC Cyril Washbrook, Godfrey Evans,
He ARRY DUNN another critic |Denis Compton, Alec Bedser and
is equally complimentary of | : i Jim Laker, In fact, there is only
Germaine. He writes: “By his first FOUR OF ENGLAND'S LEADING CRICKETING STARS. Jone non-professional member of
rate display, Germaine has torced | ere the side—actor Jack Warner.
KID GERMAN. himself into fights with Plan- ‘ | This is Len’s first venture into
nery and Barnes and a contest for } e the arts, and while the rest of \
the British Empire Lightweight title with Englishman Frankie John. | ea ue ric el l oles the team has little to say he has i
m ; ;
. had to lear salve pages
I should ex; n for the benefit of those fans who have not been +i Aaa ear etS een e }
following international boxing closely that Frankie Johnson, the _ , — : ag
British Empire Lightweight champion, according to London reports Standard played its last game By SCRIBBLER of games in this Division in which | “Dummy Runs )
due to arrive in Australia from London on January 2 and is listed | in the final series on the Leeward ‘ Greens and George Park meet. | After a couple of ‘dummy’ runs
to fight for the Empire Lightweight crown—which is now vacant—| division of the League and re- Boys Clubs tesults of this match can there- |Len told the rest of the players
against the winner of the Frankie Flannery—George Barnes Austra-| corded the noteworthy feat of Police Boys’ Clut fore affect the championship of the | from dressing room to wicket ave @ eI 0.
lian Lightweight contest. scoring an innings victory against} tg ch y 4 28 in the ar division. | what to do. He summed it up 7
AUSTRALIA’S BATTING ‘FIND’ Snints. With thie victome they | lisie and Central divisions had an i ; like this: “A lot easier than
; ; ALI re I G FI . , . ; All Saints. With this victory the interesting. day. In the. Carlisle Radcliffe Ahead Test cricke and better paid 10, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
A} STRALIA’S younge opening batsman Colin McDonald who|have_ established very strong | division Boys’ Cl } t. Libert Radcliffe shows determination | -\ cricket — and better paid.
made his te lebut against the touring South African team last|claims to the championship of the at Hakgoni “The oe i . #3 y not to give up until the éham- Facing a camera is chicken feed )
tually earned a place in the team for the Second Test|division, There is at present no ai dart “ee tir ee he pionship has been won or lost. |°2™pPared with facing Lindwall
“ op r { mn’ musty ar “2 ania th South Africans at Syd pot evens eeu. aed Boys could only raise $0. Of th aye fon har ae oF se = a amy et, he says “They | SOCBSSSCPPROSOSO SPSS FF FFF SOOO OS OOOO POPOL
aying fi mn Australian xi agains » So cans at § - . a Ss @ Bs ati To ne. one . & in which they 10uld make sure > set, > says By
y sterday with Graeme Hole he put on 136 for the secong wicket | Cyclone is still much in the run- Sane Ch aiec a * a a of victory, * have got this Oval dressing room
ind scored 81, Hole contributing 97. ning for the championship with 20 to h creat For I ibe ri Belfield batted first and were | perfectly reproduced, and the
Since the Australian cricket powers that be seem to have de- iat rn ge > “g {all out for 52. $ f 7 | painting f he surr i
olde against playing th opener Syd Barnes it is quite likely that Standard lost the toss and wert earn ” O04 gage BOY Ty 1 10 Ware ae one a fot auaiee, hak ad cane ake att
P : - 1 . ing roy | And Blackman 3 for 8. sh . wily Oats : 7 Son » ¢ é
ait wil be taken eur as ah apener to portner Arthur Moras) gant fo, the wicket, in Just over an ask LOPE angy| to eaeh double gues Tie fo) that Ie most vee From all oints of view
or as a reserve opening batsman at least, Fe ae Fatale tis COTSL also found run-getting a difficult |€’S_vesponsible for the dismissal| “It is so good that I went
|runs in free style. Contributing to att 1 | - ° t p. | of Belfield batsmen were A. Belle; right to my own clothes hanger
B.C.A.-B.C.L. GAME CONTINUES TO-DAY |#his total were Coulthrust 44, D. | eee ath @ cence ut ;| who took 4 for 4 it pend and| And’ sed ax Ree ae ta
TTHE NUAL B.C.A.-B.C.L. fixture which opened at Kensington Straker 42 and E. Hinds 35, For Haye vith a score of Ot Ro Baie for ic ret Shoah 9 — T t walked out on the field
if i‘, ‘aad See Ht of hi z , ? All Saints, Rock took 4 for 15.| Ut reached double figure For a woes, or | in 1 overs, 7! the Test Match atmosphere a wor
last Saturday wi ve resumed to-day. It will be remembered In theif first innings All Saints | Boys Club, R, Lewis took 7 wick- |0f Which were maidens, seemed to be right there.”

that the B.C.L. were dismissed for 91 and up to close the B.C.A. had
lost four quick wickets
It seems to promise

ae Ot uns fared badly against the attack| ets for 9 runs, At the close of are Rie an ce ee Some of the real action cricket
Bee Oe tontdisy ond the Sie b/? wall of Goodridge and Greaves and play Boys Club had lost two wick- the 3 ete innings Jead which| will come from newsreels, but





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vs pre i eae I 5 ; were all out for 20 runs. Good-| ets for 5 runs. ey accomplished and then went! Hutton and Washbrook — on a

bane et sen By chee dismissing the three Internationals, Wal- ridge during the course of the in-| In the Central Division, the tod eae a! pied lend ahs at | wintry field near the studio—will
ae ‘ } _.,| nings had an analysis of 5 for 0| Boys Club were definitely on top | * ; i on ae vee ie Score | open the England innings,

In any case we can look forward to an interesting day of cricket] ying and ended with 5 for 4,|in. their game against Greens,|W#S 74 for 8. N, Neblett scored) “There is something else whict

at Kensington to-d Greaves took 4 for 10. ‘| possible champions this season. |22, C. Rogers 15, Belle 17 not out| in th tt . An else which

DAVIS CUP PREPARATIONS Asked to follow on, All Saints|Greens were at the wicket first | 2" t D. Forde 13, So far Davis, the | Hutton 1 ind We hbr - a at

HE most precious stretch of turf in the sporting world, the centre| again ran into difficulties and | and were all out for 30, J, St. Hill Be lfield left arm spinner, ha: \ face an AGatane ess "i i Sg to

court at Memorial Drive, Adelaide where the Davis. Cup chal-| could only double their first in-| took 3 for 11 and J. Inniss 5 for | t@ken 5 wickets for 22 runs, for save Quips TH ie “Th —

lenge round will be played at the end of next month, is reaching| Pings score, with a total of 40.| 5. Game Forfeited va : Ds ‘ Ms 1S

perfection after eight months of special attention, our correspondent! 'Thompson 16 not out and Welch | In their turn at the wicket Boys By not turning up on Sunday ae a ee ey but I hope ‘
has reported from Adelaide. It has been treated by a team of experts| 14 were the only batsmen to reach |Club bats were fairly consistent | ft the last day of their match , ike that next year.

















led by an agronomist of international repute, Professor H. C, Trum-/ double figures. }and with Mc Collin leading the uinst Rangers, St. Barnabas —L.E.S.
ble of the famous Waite Agricultural Research Institute. | Once again it was the bowling | Way with 38, Irtniss and O e forfeited the game and full | ~~~

Bight practice courts are being prepared, but the finalists will| of Goodridge which routed the | Headley 17 the total reached 153.1 go to Rangers. Scores were
till be allowed brief practices on the centre court. Two preliminary| All Saints batsmen. In this in- Greens have lost one wicket for Rangers 174. St. Barnabas 22 and | therefore I cannot say what is
rehearsals have been staged so far, A full dress one will be held on}nings he took 7 for 20, thus} runs in their second innings. | 23 for the loss of three wickets.’ the exact position. However, if
Decembe: 13 wh n the entire organisation including the new elec-| achieving a match analysis of 12!1f Greens suffer defeat it will be Bordeaux did not field a team there has been a victory for
trie scoreboard ‘will be tried out. | for 24. L. Thompson took 1 for 19.!the first outright one for them.| in the Bordeaux vs. Notre Dame | Dov er, then the Dispute Commit-





only a first innings lead was pos- | points. This makes Rangers and|vs. Bordeaux match.











= Up to the present they have won | match and Notre Dame in the eir- | tee will have to go into, the claim
They! il Do Tt Ev fery Time Registered U. 5. Patent Often By Jimmy Hatlo | | all matches except one in which |cumstances have cored full lodged by Dover in the Dover





ae l'sible. On the other hand Boys} Notre Dame equal on points | Feat
a HE MIGHT, AS WELL PLAY THEM BEER: BOTTLE Cl b have lost a single game and Up to the time of writing there r wie: eats 7 :
a Tel. Log “GUESS WHO” WITH A PAIL BIFOCALS COVER coal first innings Tes { in two!has been no official revort on the pa ey ag fc at bas
; OL SMEDLEY ! HOWSA OVER HIS HEAD AS THEM SO MUCH TERRITORY, | others. There is another round | Belfield vs Dover match and| D, Ha ye ¥ re HA hak





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GLASSES~ AND HE JUST iT KNOW IF HES! | | 293, M. Greaves of Standard 257. Look at the “Quality First”
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YOUR GOATEE The bulk of the Australian total | | MICHAEL LOOKER is a sports- aydrai akes; four-speed
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ee ath ; rere ds: See ee on leaving the ici buy a“ Mieor"— bow mack & BIG b d b
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P.\;E SIX IIUCRAIMIS \|.sl.< \Tt SAIWBDAI DUIMIttlt I:'. IM ^ Speech Day At Foundation Gi rls 9 9 from par S project "A Tw**cn P.ul rla. haw at been arranged -nd givn by Mr. vbom wg on lifini Ihr time \ IIM.lt \>l\s I*IIIII "ThB S I 'lecture to full us. I the Junior* took I • form of %  • queftUomuire on KM ore and dtwloptoj I ^-adjusted ind arcldents ol Storey of (KM K, f,.. %  : .v.i* t. warder! * -ml •Unogh every 0rlM flint nrlT* I" 1 '*** '* whoJe is lea vr MI I by •I. -*m u. "> '<" n ?' hr r n "£ wkomr on ou Ih *"" ' >!l .'K! S2-i5.^ ,ho -Itl c.4 nn c i<._•!.. „i ,......, Ail ihi" depends As g, not be unduly h.iid.ravprd at a jror ,,, tm (l( v .. MllIu: later date through not having wa lrK vl il() i c becauaa I some knowledup ... tlw tubjOTt. i, lv ,,; v ..l that tin M W,I much (ar contact btf Vntrobw it will be abito t,.fc,a count in -ntl h( School, hut n hi not on Hygiene and Phy which has thill s ,„„. a | onr ,(,„. „-,. w | an to proved useful to manj who t."ke pav tribute to hi< Btensor*. Some .-P Nursing ni n career. present hero today will rfm-n "We learn from reliable ber the condition Of the school sources that at Queei Collegf K iound< and the I I I there is sixth form accommodaSchool twelvi Uon for HM I I • "* to hiuntiring'rrTVM reached the required Htandurd. little monev at hi.i disposal. Banal wish to take the Oersaral CertMn f which had locate at Advanced and Scholarthe girls, the grounds were laid ship Levels. I mantaon thta to reout, in a short while there %  %  lieve Parent! >.f any anxiety two tennis lawn* and a netbal which the? have about gaining field available for use. Thia wai admission for their children at the beginning of organized fail Queen's College at the Higher among our school acti. I>vel. -The Staff Quarter-. Cloak and Games ami ..IIIIIMH-H Work Rooms ware "Games and athletics played planned and supervised solely by an important pan am%  ;"<* *ve • rtttea daring the early part of us two bigger classroon. •.he yar. In the Snt hall ol UM increased our yearly intak* pupils. Helped with Hook* "During the most difficult yean — when obtaining text book, greed treat worry and strain on parove** n B anv innvenience which we ment on form., war. and hesuffered was negligible owing to cause of that n |g %  pit% ih-l the ms eflorts in ordering and supNctirtii Selection CommBtea i''> " • % %  * %  Cm Poking Net ball League Q won two matcher of the six played. In the %  econd hall they were unsuccessful In winning any of the DM) lew log DM game MI a whdhit > improve Children's Xmas Parly At Ertliston Santa Clau* ^aid an early *i-U b i %  College yesterday evening when •he students and staff of thi' % %  %  %  Christmas Pa ty for the 90 children attending the Model School. It was the nr*t party of Ml km to be held at the College, and tf is hoped that it will become ah annual feature. The party marked the end %  >' the School term and the beglnnit of four weeks' Christm > The sp^ii of Gwriwiii among staff and children who an toyed themselves immensely. The Hall in which oaa party wa. held was appropriately uecorat.-o for the occasion and from th huge Chri'tmc Tree hung numcossa gifu wai aa i eu* gteai ta at .hildren. There were games Including Treasure Hunt, miulc and dancin.. all of which fascinated the rh:!hen They were mtrispiod by ttsv' Bg red and white costum. of Father Christmas (Mr. Jon-i i Ogar), Refreshment', were served to th'_* \ cluldren. One little girl said It war one of her happiest school day*, •he part) 86 Workers Leave For L.S. w i \ i \r li> 111. lu'l'.lU ihiklns hindit %  rnsswd. tngBM earl* to Ihe • hildren <>t Ihr Model •-. hool .1 the pa-t> given far them st 'ft of Ihr Krdkston Traehrrs Training Collate al trdlsloti. Here he Is seen one of the children as he distributes E ifts from IhXmas Tree In the bickhouid i.l> Uck of foreback we know that service wlthight and understanding a* to 0 1 ho P* * material rew.nl must have been his watchword and these words aptlv daacriba the man as we knew him. %  rncUl lA UW I • %  .i lhron*. %  %  trad and i~%  ... I .f.re of lb* dd u .i farewell fssii I.IUJ W %  .tern enUfUWasm by demoting. juvt at this stage, the A team of this School to play in the R ga sssnms j 'The newl\-formed girls Intei School Athletic Association ia rrn-r-mwere made to two chwsby we. I mean the Qlrlg, Parents n> I "' %  'he conand Staff-...'i paraVhool arhlch The girls, enincrease', in numbers ra couraged by their parents, can Ins the rlral time the Ubrary is i rstrated In one room where their own and not wall until a there h freei aco few weeks before the even! I mea even though light is tn i,|! %  annuals I and] keanni I] vary p*x>r and artificial llghl often % %  ting hai to be resorted to. that the girls are bodUy HI bj "Wo are deeply grateful to the insisting on the right and ideQovemlng n<-i> and to our iiuate nourishment especially on ChatrnMUl Mr. Evelvn who was games aflarnooni Increase In • % %  %  I %  M Daana, for llertlM .vnik and tune which thev accompanied hy an Increase In gave >> heel, to ntaka cOnditatsii mental alein.. rodof work taader and happlei tjiue to our bit at tbl '.' 11 aul %  I %  "We take thl OfspOrlUnlt} b Wl BBVO l-vn told frORI ay.iui th;.tii. to Mi Qkeate for Um at many plans. %  UowMg : the a e ass n l which have never earno t<. trulmdUon. Thii year n .1 1 s> hool for i %  %  itiOO tor lha Ililer-Sitlonl |'| i. > %  ,\ i.f the Sports and to Mr. King foi bl New roundatton Bcbool Is placed .o-operatlon ai I the hiith on the list of prt frni-flnala and ftiuils of OUT Athcapital work-." Idles. II would l-e ail u'lder-taiernent •You have heard of our sueto 1 awing more cesses ond failures In the classand more impatient and cynical room and on the playing tattd I theaa pfOouaM and plans but these actll Itii only oin.s of our work here. th> | I* kip md ground and to the mam object of aee if we have not eau %  education given in the Scln-.l and spall 11 Umoa, bul where there that is Id send init .nris who not li routh hope is blgfa so we it" only pa BM certlflcatea which the forward Into another New yeai %  t rate and n Inwho have developed balance and forced In ipiril by Ihis last Ufa a he iQlinrhloll of character, t Intere desire to •> ily g>od Mippi.v of t—.k* ., t had told ma about the norneand mag.-i %  % %  and Handwi.ik cl ass e s by visit, the School and that, on that ac'. the M11-. .in of cunt, he took time on during the lectures on varying subjects such vnv busy period Immedlateiv !*•m "Moi. ttory of the fore his departure fron tra to pay tht School .. farewell vtell that the greater part of the credit noticeabU atm"sph<*iciency. energv and < %  '"illness in trens. Mi^ Hi think I am fight served on Un %  %  1 tn i -. 11 from the b U" 1 %  ig over a Ion.: %  %  Headmistress as Miss InoJ "I WOoM %  ing Ottt of the !!. port fir* that the examina' %  general weakness in Mathematics. Report* on two other Girls' Schoolby torate of the I ment. which I ha show thai 1 tn this part of my purpose this af:> causes and remediea, hut it i^ claw that a %  :-• bring abou' a marked In For I am confidant thai tin will respond if thaq the right %  til much %  %  0 .'it". %  %  % % % %  that Mathematics much Wl rl % %  bj tl I teiicher. aril questions .HI of the class in a mumbling ttu Is no good at all Mathematics ran Hmade inter up to the teachers, h. ItM u %  personality, and hu%  huh I regard I aathe life %  stimulate keenness among the purils 1 noted the nil team aomoss/bat and fear that 1 nn poaltl %  %  fioni giving ndvice in the mstter (.ratitied "I was at true b. Headmistress lias not fa the BTT01 of suuposing 1 s the fgartnnfni of educat %  r %  1. i eat in Lil %  Iluaaui ^n<\ turn out %  %  ind the Island wdl alike be proud. "If 1 wei ilss's shoos I the frustration which she feels at the long delay In effecting much needed major and improvements to aol when aha In the Capital Estimatr-t l edly compare her lot with th.it of a tra\. h Met, who sees an oasis ahead and. when she appf" 1 srera it % %  > . %  ontv and to have rein into the distance. !. %  tasRHRM to *he C. | I must ment there It anothej a of Uw 1 ture. Ill the fir I phtCI I mon in S2.00U.U0O out of a tot... I tine Hialgt-t Ol |UBt over $12,000' aside for Education No one can sav. %  .'.!. I i convtouon, thut the Harhados Government it niggard!', In regard to cxpenditur. cation, and the percentage of trie total lludget that Is si*nt On -i as compared v. ith Medical and Health lai I am Informed noticea: In Barbados than in Jamnra c.r tea Ing large capital sums 0) %  I. expenditure no %¡ til the Si 'I 1 staffed, and II i. i urreni .-xpenditure. And Hint means an increased burden or: lha i the Five v. n Plan, "contrary to vernment has no funds other than thoio iiiird by tin people themselves, M United Kingdom" It was .der to ***p the extra Annually Hecutront Lxpcndilun within limits which the Island could afford, that the amount made available f> %  %  dlture on Secondary Schools had t" i* kepono in the Plan. It bj now up to ntton and his %  I do not :n<-i \ eial %  chools will bO swarming round with tholi claims like bee* and 0 honevi-.mil. I do hope, of the "o Foundation Schools will be %  I'icy tin%  % %  "Finaiii .mould ujta t.. tanaal the exhortation yeatCrdav at the Agrteuitui il ind %  to all of sou wl whether Board of Governors, staff, I uplls or parents, to make Bar* lutlful and happier place to live In throughout Coronation year, which is now almost upon us. by Ming '<> it II %  your houses and spots are k and fpan. by planting ind shrubs in your gardens, and by setting personal examples of unfailing good man. hear fid *i..-iwiii .v %  tnc Kxhibttion I I ii' sure that the Uueen would wish for no finer tribute Lag Christ Church, with this fine i .ot of inspiration, lead UM arey. i l >" ''"'• wwild request the Board ol Q< i give lb. School a full holkdav. without homework. In honour of h DayEighty six Barbadians U ft Seawall yesterday morning m two hatches by Resort An lim-s for thi ISA. to work for. the Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association under a six months' contract Another botch comprising 46 Il due to leave to-day. Mr S W Tyler. Director of Special Services for Hesort Airarrived on Wednesday to accompany the men to Florida wil! be returning to the L' S.A. toRa told the Aduaeoifo thai the workers' principal duties would IK to pick citrus and added that at thi i iplraUon oi then .ontracl on June 30. most of the satisfactory workers would have additional work and the opportunity to go to the -i id-wo u for the pur%  iptng can and ; %  .ng the auti Tie said that theae 132 men would make a total of approximitelv firm Barbadians now emi loved IT ,rk in the USA. § UNTIL DEC. 14th ^ 9 Don't PorrM 1 FREE I ENGRAVING I X Rings, Lockets. Brooches X Identity Bangles. 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PAOI CL; ll i ul II \ HAKH.IH,-. \|>\ii. \Tl SATlRi>AV. DECEMBER i i %  '. %  %  %  %  UQIM iw.. ••< %  he* .. 1....I < r, %  T C L L1QU Tti %  E l -t with -ni Chrlx < l ... i It < i N B ItAIUSA OF M HAMOI %  NIVT\ .l an ,.„.. UM "II I %  i, %  %  nr i %  Han OF / Button, Compton, Star In "Final Test" They Meet Australia In Cricket Film SPORTS EDITOR'S BAG N \ '. %  %  .., article %  i Lgbti %  hti prospect* :ht title i>. hi* >titinc po.nu Sl'KPKIM li I \ I \ HIS OWN IfMll olve Kin oamii 1 : I' %  ai-year-old! %  .ill round ihip inproduced %  i • 11 brand] ol Hi* awing ii %  U.. il. by lh r I riii.i |hC i UKtfCo I UfltUS lOfe Hix 1 I I %  %  throiuui %  %  !> %  fought Althougl Mil i iiclit li.nd buckled in the ninth session I ...i •... %  II I I %  ; MM -ttronKIMW at any .is in danger of being %  ANOTHER CKITIC H ARRY DUNN anoUMr cilth %  quails %  pllmentarj ol Hi %  .' %  display. Germiune has forced %  %  if into lights wrtfl Pl-nr.ei ml a contest for h RnglxhiiK.ii Frankle John : ... %  I closely that Ki.inkic Johnson, Ihe i ding tu Irfimlou reports :. January 2 and is listed erown—which i* now vacant— i tannery—Oeortfe Barne* Atxtrni h %  Ms ii; \i.i\s BATTING MM) A tfsO i who %  | ring South African tram last beam fa the S* and Te1 34 I Lraluui Ki Bgnln I the South Africans at SydH rl On I3H fm the st-coiirf wicket trlbutlng M7. that be Men to have de' ided n ptnei Sy,( Harmit , quite hkelv that (MM! to partnei Arthur Morris a II. Hum batsman at leaat. B.I A.-IU.L. GAME CONTINUES TO-DAY T HE AM \ B.I i fljrturt which opened at Kensington I' nil] n n cm be red dismissed for 81 and up to clone the B.C.A. had leal foiu II iuna. i klndei weather to-day and the n.ci. will %  in dismissing th,. three Internationals, Wfalcotl Mai ha In a I to an Intonating daj of cricket %  |>A\ IS ( II' I'Hl.lWI.ATlONS T^HF. most atel i tl iporting world, tbe centre court at Memorial Drive, A laloldfl whara th,Davis cup chalicnita round will be pla>.-,_, at the and ol next month, bj raaenlng TOUR Or ENOLANDS LEADINO CRICKETING STARS League Cricket Notes By SCUBBLSR Boys Clubs Slaiiii.n.t pi re I tH lei the Anal serfc n the u> .. ( division ut the Laagn and re-l corded the noteworlh} leal ol aconnjc an buUngB victory against i.. i,' AII Saints. With thi. victory V '' %  "bUahad van Irons ;, "". ; .. claims to Uiacnampionsnipofth" ,dl division. Ttirr,Ii at present no news of the resuh and St. John baptist flame. CMluiie is still much In the runbing for th' championship. Btaodard lost the toss and were sent to tht wu-ki't. in just over two hours Uiey had acorod IM runa in hn i | %  I U IbUUng to this total v/ara Omlihrust 44. n. Btrakar *2 and E. Hind i All Suints. J. Hock look 4 for 16 In their nist innings All Saints fared badly against the attack of Goodrldge und Greaves and wire all out for 20 runs. Goodridge during the course <>t the innings had an analysis of S for 0 runs and ended with 5 for 4. P ra a vaa took 4 for 10. Asked to follow on, All Batata again ran into difficulties and could only double their first inlungs score, with a total of %  %  %  nix day. i„ u.%  l Urn Boon and batting SO of this UM .1 0 Si.I it . i.e Ol U i % % %  itLii, bal with 2" tu his < '.lit. FM Smart look 1 oi 6, Bon and Dlackmai .t tot H. %  %  Ol name, in tin, DivWon Ul tbhtcfa Greens and George Park meet. "f thla match can thereI the championship of tl division. Kadclifle Ahead Radclifl HO* to give up until Uu 'i won or lost. their Ham,againsl Itellulu i on. in which the. should • of victory. n played i>est can i %  tiland has %  %  %  1 to make most h*rd> November. pet tura w km Leu Hut ton puts I>al and i of the iH.il 1 Australians. Al • • looks '-ii-'' rticri ivihon. %  ihe |i ft ol flats— %  .: is win* i laabla. The Secret %  aiiiliialkm reveals %  Oval 't Oval of %  el him with .. cricketing backon thousih it Hutton. [I %  n includes T> r Alw Uedser and Jim Laker, In (act, then proCaaatonal m tru* side^—actor Jack Warner. 1 I lure into and while the rest of the team had to learn t. dialogue, "Ihimmy" Runs e of 'dummy* runs I.en told th* real of the players Ing raom '•> wicket In these holiday Shoes Whilr N\I.JII HH-.h SanduU wilh low M i f hl* ni %  Hag bucks. Newman's Polka Uol Sandals. Shell t'.iurl ivilh cross over straps in \vo\en brocade. Low miff heels. SomelbiiiK realh smarl for Ihe season Per Pair what to do. He summed it up A lot easier than tort — and better paid. is chicken feed %  and Millar, Of I bo says : They %  i fust and wen duced, and the 11 oul I biting of Ihe surrounding II,, i. .. %  %  ni'] the gas-works and al moat realistic." the dismissal] "II Is so good that I went ll *' ths ol ipeelal attention, our correspomieVit ^ Thompson" ionot out "and W' Ul' •: K n itad OJ a team of experul l* w ihe only bntsmen to reach |Club bate i only one ha!with a .: i a %  ok 7 .ck-1 * eta for fl runs. Al the Ut the task of play Boys Club had lost l-.vov i k;''' unn Irst innin,; .. „ " Wen went lluUon ,1 ZhS In the Central Divl I and at tw lBt?llald -ErSS^Jn. 13 C Rogerj 16, Belle n i. Fa BeUMd left arm spuuier, baa M to my own .lotlies hangw. \HI as I walked nut on the Held Test Match atmosphere to ba right there." Ol the real action cricket but v. ill led by i ble ol ii repute, I'M. i.^sor H. C Trum-| double figures fl He Agricultural Research Institute. Once again It wns the bowling Elgin pi lice court spared, but the linnlists will I of Goodrldge which i %  %  :ill be sll >* I brief pn lie. on tin centra court. Two prellminarv ; Ail Saints batsmen. In this m1 UM ^ %  %  • % %  ne will be held on i-nlngs he took 1 for 20. thus nisation including the new iln-.chieving ,i mat, h ,.r..,l.. their game against i Greens WOfl al the II .. ii i 8a i St inn look 3 for ii and J. ii 5. Game Forfeited In their turn al the -Ticket B %  kg up o lub bats ware and with Me Coll Rua si llaruabas way with 38, IiTJ Sg | hill Ifeadley 17 the total reached 159. points go to RaUW Greens havi 14. S runs In their second innings.. 23 for the loss of tl Ufa There a something else which will make the English fan gasp. Hutton and Washhrook go out to face an Australian total of 620 for seven. Quips Len: "This is Stiudas '" ri8hl for ,he "un. but I hope It wont ba like that DO* year ? —L.£^. ... f.n I. Th.nr i I Do Ii I uii I imc \0ELL,LO3K ^~ '" WHO'S HERE! aOOD OL' SMEDLEV.' HOWS A Boy ? wo LOOK GREAT; OHOvon DON'T know A'E. HUH? OOTA SK5HT OUTAMlND! COME OHs GiVE A 6JESS-WE V WERE BOTH AIRRAID %  V WARDENSNOW DO \ yj KNOW ME I Up lo the present th. .ill KI. itches them. %  .:• uhal is ;." '. '-.' lory 'l : rdMux ; Notn Dane Dover, then OH Uispuie fommlt'%  ..i . :..,.. ,• v.. b %  corad full lodged by Dover in %  yHEMlSHTAS WELL aAy/TtrEM 8EEB BOTTLE I "&JE55 WHO WITH A PAIL / BIFOCALS COVER OVER HIS HEAD AS THEM I <& Men TERRlTDRy I CLASSESAND HE JUST V j pcT KTHOW IFHES \GR6W THE WHISKERS j A MAN CR AN ^ SIMiE H65BEEN HERE^OCULISTS SKSN)^ sible. On the Other I I Club havi I took first innings 1( %  : itotl or roui une equal on i 0 Up to the ting there been no official repot I AUSTRAUA\ XI rs S. A1K1C t \.s -HOW ARE VO0 7 -ER AiC-RAlD V.ARCI %  i ..iFHES HORTED CAUSE ^ IB SMED rjONT KNOW HlsA T.,' AN' HE LOCKS LIKE A .1 LEFTOVER FROA\ A > v HOLLVlJOOO MALyLpWEEN PAOTy^l nd ; vs. Bordeaux match Feats W. Clarke of Hangers has totalled S37 runs roc the season. I>. Hayes of Liberty has scored 1 J.J. M. Greaves of Standard 187. ; H. uoodridga of New Standard has I taken fil wickets during the season. M. Hope of Liberty has taken ind Cave Shepherd & Co. r Ltd. 10. 11. 12 ft 13 BROAD STREET rrom all points of view the world's BIGGEST small car buy! w ,-ITS THE Suys WHO ARE EASV X> HORaE" WHo*WKErrHAKDe;; ,/*-.., TO CEMEM8ER1^-*., ^HAHX ANDAMAN V^;S \"W DACARVCK. "•'s AVONI*RK. FLA. 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Committee Meeting, &P.C.A.,

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B.C.A.—B.C.L. Cricket

Fixtures, Kensington 1.00 p.m
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Named Cardinal



ARCHBISHOP J. Francis Mcintyre,
64, named Cardinal by Pope Pius
XII, is shown with an altar boy at
Mass in the private chapel of his
Los Angeles home He wil] be the
first Cardina} west of St Louis
and his appointment raises Amer-
fican membership in the Sacred
College to four. (International)

13 Kikuyus
Rounded Up

NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec, 12.

Thirteen Kikuyu tribesmen|
were rounded up in a combined)
police and military raid near Roy-!
al Lodge where British Queen!
Elizabeth was staying when her
father, King George VI., died last
February.

The thirteen were picked up in
the Nyeri district for questioning
on the Mau Mau oath-taking cer-
emony, at which two persons al-
legedly were assaulted,
and forced to take an oath to
chase the white man from Africa.

In the Thomsons’ Falls area
British troops accompanied by an
armoured car squadron raided
native squatters for ee



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Mr. Eisenhower
Is Displeased

By MERRIMAN SMITH

HONOLULU, Dee. 12.

President-E lec t Eisenhower
showed marked displeasure —
through his staff—Friday of Presi-
dent Truman’s charge that his Ko-
rean trip was the outgrowth of a
campaign of demagoguery.

Mr. Eisenhower himself had
nothing to say publicly about the
President's broad swipe at his
three-day visit to the snow cover-
ed battlefront, but his aides left
no doubt that he viewed Mr, Tru-
man’s remarks with something
approaching contempt.

Mr. Eisenhower, who arrived
here on Thursday aboard the
cruiser Helena, planned another
work and play schedule for Fri-
day. He was to hold another ser-
res of meetings to discuss military
topics and to get in a bit of golf
on the 19-hole course where he
and his staff are living.

He planned to leave on Satur-
day at noon for New York where
he may meet next week with Gen-
eral MacArthur to hear what the
former Far East Commander has
described as a “clear and definite
solution” to the Korean war.

It is believed that most of Mr.
Fisenhower’s work will be done
on the trip from Guam to Hono-
lulu. —U.P.

Par badros

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec. 11

The Commonwealth Economie Conference which ended

to-night has decided on a co

mpletely new approach to the

problems of the sterling area based on gradual relaxation
of trade restrictions. and a step by step advance towards

freely culivertible pounds,

The Conference stressed, however, that these broad
objectives could only be achieved through improvement in
the sterling area’s balance of payments with the rest of the

world.

Among the measures that are to)
become immediately effective, the
United Kingdom Government has
announced that in future residents
outside the sterlirz area, who have }
invested capital in approved pro-
jects in Britain and colonia’ ter-
ritories, shall be allowed to trans-
fer capital profits “across the ex-
changes.” Hitherto, this right has
extended only to sterling equiva-
lent of initial investment.



Finance Company

Secondly, a Commonwealth fin-
ance company is to be formed by
a group of important financial in-
dustrial and commercial concerns
in the city of London to further
development in overseas Common-
wealth countries.

This company which will be
under the Chairmanship of Sir
eevee seernck, L wellness Lon-
ion banker has the backing of the
Bank of England and ot Brit-
ish banking houses, financial in-
stitutions and such famous indus-
trial concerns as Shell, Lever
Brothers, Imperial Tobacco and
Tube Investments.

Only Disagreement

The only serious disagreement
during the conference arose over
the question of imperial prefer-
ence. The United Kingdom pro-
posed that all Commonwealth
countries should join in seeking re-
lease from the “no new preference”
rule in G.A.T.T. (General Agree-
ment on Trade and Tariffs). But
though this proposal was support-
ed by Australia and the colonies,
other countries felt that such an
approach would not advance to
the agreed objective of restoring
multilateral world trade.

The conference therefore reject-
ed the British proposal.

However, it was agreed that
all Commonwealth Governments
would co-operate with the United

inary iP desea a Sa

tiaular difficulties arising on
tariff. The object of this approach,
the Prime Ministers stated in their
final communique, would be to
enable the U.K. consistently, with
basic provisions of G.A.T.T., to
continue duty free entry for cer-|
tain Commonwealth goods even!
though duty on foreign imports
might be raised to protect British
domestic industry and agriculture
This would have the effect of
increasing the preference margin
enjoyed by Commonwealth im-
ports but in the British view, such
a procedure would not be con-
trary to the spirit of G.A.T.T.

Tariff Problems

Commonwealth Governments
also agreed to give sympathetic
consideration to certain special
tariff problems—chiefly of a tech-
nical nature—affecting the calo-
nies, ’

On the question of finance policy
the Prime Ministers emphasised
that sterling convertibility is an
integral part of ayy effective
multilateral trade system. But this
objective could only be reached by
progressive stages. Convertibility,
they stated, would depend upon
three fundamental conditions.
One, upon the continuing success
of the sterling area’s efforts to
curb internal inflation and to

achieve balance with tle rest of
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FILMING HAREOUR POLICE

Oil Drilling
Starts In
January

Turner Hall Plantation in St
Andrew, will soon be the scene of
great activity and attraction when
the Barbados Gulf Oil Company
starts drilling operations in ap-
proximately three or four weeks’
time.

Dr. W. F. Auer, the company’
Resident Manager told the Advo-
cate yesterday that the derrick
by which the pipe is let into and
out of the hole during drilling
operations, has just been com-
pleted. The derrick is 136 ft. high
and 30 ft. square at the bottom
and stands on a sub structure 12
ft. high.

One month ago,
started grading a well location
midway between Turner Hall
House and Swans and afterwards
began concrete work for the der-
rick foundation. Towards the end
of last month, the very heavy
pieces of equipment which were
at Holetown Beach were moved to
Turner Hall. A few days later,
building operations for the two
500 barrel tanks began

The company started to build
the steel derrick sub structure on
Dec. 3 and three days later work
on the derrick proper began.

Within the next few days, the
company will be moving the
heavy lifts already at Turner Hall
into position and will also start
getting the mud tanks built and
will be laying the various pipe
connections.

the company

to four weeks of

hard work will be necessary to
complete the rig and put all the
ancillary equipment into condition

for drilling.



Bri

dgetown

| A “Film City”

Bridgetown became a “Film
City” yesterday afternoon, A film
production unit of the Britis.
Warner-Pathe Newsreel organisa-
tion spent nearly the entire after-
noon in Bridgetown’ shooting
scenes. The unit attracted a great
deal of attention and members of
the crowd who assisted received
handsome tips.

The unit arrived by B.W.LA,
from Trinidad on Thursday and
left last night for Trinidad.

During their short stay they shot
scenes of local fishing boats at se"
and some of the island’s beaches.
In Bridgetown, scenes were taken
of the Wharf, Harbour Policemen,

mauby and pottery sellers, and
buses,
This unit, was responsible foi

the production of a very successful
documentary film “Travel Royal,”
which will be shown in the West
Indies in the New Year. It ha
come to the Eastern Caribbean to
make colour supplements for tu¢
Pathe Pictorial Film Magazine
which has a world wide circula
tion; and at the same time to take
material for a short tourist at-
traction film on the islands of th«

Eastern Caribbean which is being

sponsored by B.W.I.A. and BOAC
and which will have a wide dis-
tribution in the United States and

throughout the rest of the world

@ On page7





The Film Unit of British Warner-Pathe Newsreel organisation, at present touring
shot scenes of the Harhour Policemen on duty in Bridgetown yesterday
Trinidad on Thursday and left last night for Trinidad

Caribbean,
The unit arrived from

the Eastern

the Central Midwives Board Ex-
amination in May, 1951. She took

SATURDAY

im

Ss +

DECEMBER

“HIG THYRE”



1952

ic

1’ HAPPY

28,

—



~



onte

MmoobD

Messrs. Adams, Gomes aud Lyttelton smile happily for this photograph. Could it be that the
it is
jony existing as the trio meet at the Colonial Office prior to thy

Secretary of State for the Co!
there can be no doubt about the
opening of the Commonwealth

is telling them he only smokes

onference.

Jamaica cigars? Whatever

WARNING TO BRITISH

Income Tax
Inspector
Appointed

Mr. C. W. E. Archer, Inspector,
Department of Income Tax and
Death Duties, has been appointed
to the post of Inspector (Income
Tax), as from June 1, 1952.

Mr, Archer is 42 years of age
and was appointed to the Govern=
| ment Service in June, 19382. He

has served as a tlérk in the Police
Magistrates’ Courts, Districts “A”,

“Cc”, and “F.” He was appointed



iin June, 1951, to the Executive
| Grade 1s an ‘Inspector, Income
Tax and Death Duties Depart-
iment, .
Mis jrenda St. Hill has been
appointed a Nursing Sister at the



Barbados General Hospital, as
from Jan. 1, 1958.

Miss St. Hill was educated at
St. Michael's Girls’ School and



entered the General Hospital. as a
Student Nurse in 1944, She was
selected in 1947 under a Colonial
Development and Welfare Scheme

for the London County Council
Training Course for Nurses
She received her Siate Regis-

Final in January, 1950,

and passed the State

Final June, 1950. She was en-
gaged in Staff Work at the London
Jewish Hospital for three months.
Miss St. Hill took a course in
Midwifery at. Beckenham Mater-
nity Hospital and passed Part I of

tered Nurses’ Training at St.
Charles’s Hospital, passed the
Hospital

with credit

a post-graduate Course in out-pa-
tients and casualty work at Wool-
wich Memorial Hospital for about

8 months. She took Part II of the

Midwifery Course at Hillingdon
Hospital, Middlesex, and passed
the examination in September
1952

Mr. W. P. Cooper, Techical As-
sistant Government Electric In-
spectors’ Department, has been

Government Electric
Inspector, The appointment dates
from April 16, 1952.

Mr. Cooper is 34 years of age
and was appointed to the Govern-
ment Electric Department as
Technical Assistant on August |
1942. He has been acting as Elec-

appointed

trical Tnepector ince Oct 16
1951
.

It wa announced yesterday
that Major O. F. C. Walcott has
]been appdinted Offieer Com-
|manding, Barbados Regiment

| Call For “Holy War”

CAIRO, Dec. 12.
A call for a “holy war” against
France in defence of Arab Na-
|tionalists was made by the Islam
leader to-day at prayers attended
iby General Mohammed Naguib
and Colonel Adeeb Shishakl
strong men of Egypt and Syria.
The summons to “Jihad”
{made by Sheikh Abdel
| Shashai



was|
Latif

—U-P.

Briti

ish Honduras











LONDON

NEWSPAPER INDUSTRY ©
nis. WANTS W.L. BAGASSE

If the British newsprint manufacturers do not bey
sbon to make use of the sugar-cane bagasse availabl

the Newspaper Society.
British mills are falling

ublished in London,

$. Koreans |
Retake Hills |

SEOUL, Dec 12

South Korean fighting men re-
captured Big and Little Nori Hills
to-night in a wold flanking move-
ment executed under cover of one
of the heaviest allied gun, tank |
and artillery barrages of the Ko-|
rean war,

Battered off little Nori five
tunes earlier to-day, South Kore-
ans sheaked down one side of Big
Nori, taking advantage of the
smoke of battle thay hid the val-
ley.

The daring manoeuvre won the
South Koreans both hills, United
Press correspondent Fred Painton
reported from the Allied outpost
near Little Nori,

The R.O.K, flanking movement
against stubborn Chinese Reds de-
fending the hills was their ninth

~



counter-attack since they lost
Little Nori early yesterday and
their sixth to-day

Withering shellfire burr guns
and hand grenades turned back
South Korean attackers in theit

earlier charges.—-U.P,

CHRISTMAS MUSIC
BY BLIND SCHOOL



A choir from the School of the
Blind under their conductor Mr
Harold Rock, Organist of St
John’s Parish Church, will pre-
sent a programme: of Christmas
music at the Mental Hospital,
Black Rock, on Monday Dec, 22.

The choir will be assisted by
some of the leading artists in the

island,



Christmas
Supplement

The “Advocate's” Christ-
mas Supplement will be de-
livered with to-morrow’'s
Sunday Advocate.

The front and back covers
are the first attempt at three
colour reproduction in the
island. It is the work of the
Advocate’s Photo Engraving
Department.

The front cover was re-
produced from one of the
Christmas Catds entered in
the Advocate’s Christmas
Card Competition and was
drawn by Oscar Walkes, 4
member of the Photo En-
graving Department.







jour largest

behind the Americans

“It seems amazing that |
paper

it

|

e British West Indies, U.S. manufacturers undoubted!
Will, believes Mr. W. T. Curtis-Wilson, a former pre 1

of

manufacturer

in thel
elopment of the use of sugar cane waste to improve!)

sprint supplies, he declares in “The Newspaper Wor \'
!

with gross profits in thei: balance }'

sheets of some £17,000,000
not thought it worth whil

a small fraction of this vast
in carrying out a pilot
the manufacture pulp f
raw material
British Colonie ind D it

oO

Half
try of

Uh sugal gro in i
the world is within
British Commonwealth
an ever-growing demand
better standards of living f
native people within thi

Millions of ton
wasted a year

material is an
the sugar growing communi

“We

pound
for

of baga
indeed, thi

embart

pend man millic
annually
paper-making
outside the
wealth. Surely, with
for paper continually
with the raw
in abundance i goi
and with many millior
seeking for a
living, it should
the wit of the
big busine ntery
ness these

create at ndu

importing
from co
British

an

Gover

thing lowell

such a
The worl \

for 1953 i oon I

been hoped that the

increase in the iva

paper had fore

provemen the if

but

difficult 1 be I

maintaining the {|

newspapers ¢

cent cut in puly my

Scandinavia and if ¢t

it is now certa

reductior pr
finitesimal M
continues.

Two ye
esu
world demand for
the nece fc
to explore po Dle
raw material
drawn to the p bilit f
bagasse, whict
suppl in all
jareas of the \

Great Interest

Since — the l
pmanufacturer r
interest in
paper from
British manufacture
experimented th t d
obl Viouw
newsprint
next ter

World producti
from traditional
9,000,000 tons
the Ur
6.000,000

papa

f
ot a

eal he

annu
State

_ A 1951
On page 7



Five New C.D.&W Schemes

and. Dominica tives and soeia velfare depart-| duction
re the chief beneficiaries from ment St, Vince
ive new Development and Wel- im
fare schemes, totalling $441,154, A contribution. of $100,733 is} Yuilding
lapproval of which was notified granted towards the cost of a| primar
to the Comptroller for Deveiop- new hospital to be built at/ used
ment and Welfare during Novem-) Roseau, Dominica Local fund chool
will contribute $179,107. This
1e largest grant authorized scheme raplaces an e lier plan
me of $226,800, for the pur- for rebuilding the existing hos.
hase of land-clearing equip-|pital, Dominica also benefits from, brir
nent British Hondura Thea grant of $90,072 for the estab-/and
ar lony received a grant of lishment of a_ central ivestock | We
18,797. t eet the cost of in-|farm, as part of the | n | 089,¢
the »~onera-| policy of. increasir Apr
»

I

scheme

abundant in

n

sum

material prod

higher andard

olonies



bjecta of



easure

oller for



CE

ren

Vaccine Used |






OA _&



SIX CENTS

Ce

from Codringtan Ni

infall for month t date: 2.99 Ins.

Temperature: 846.0 °F

Temperature: 70.0 °F

elocity 6 miles per heur
9 aan) 9.940 (3 gm.) 2 OM

TO-DAY

6.11 «wu
+40 p.m
Last Quarter
6.00 pm
1.3 am.,
Tide: 7.27 a.m,

December, #

1.28 p.m.
6.2% p.m.

Ends



West Indian
Aims Achieved

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec. 12.
nidad Labour Minister, leaves

ht for New York on his way to Trinidad after

Albert Gomes, Tri
iin the ( ommonweal
ane VI (somes gave

lor Cattle

Disease

Prove Government
Officer just back fron
f Veterinary Offi
B h Caribbean in
{ te iy that the
Dise vhich ha
Martinique will re
or a considerable time, |
res taken by the Bar
rnoment agair in-
here will be force }
uw 1 year
ud that the number of ani

nvolved in Martinique is too

or Government there t
he laughter policy” as is
out in Britain, and as an |
‘ ll use a vaccine |

iseast

Dr. Proverbs said

unise animals fe

ind animal

inated at regula
r" Disease has been |
rtinique for the past eight



b ind some delay was experi
d in getting material for diag
the particular one of the
lifferent viruses which i
fecting the animals in that col
my
No Vaccine in Barbados
He said that Barbados at the
oment has no vaccine against
disease, but possibilities for
aining supplies had been dis
ed at the conference. The life
f the vaccine is very short
Should there be an outbreak, Gov-
nment would probably adopt the
laughter policy” to prevent the
read of the dise This would
done by eneireling the affected
ea, and slaughtering the animals

Ne sete that one of the chter

re

I

ent



Dp Pro

the Conference was to
unified legislation and
measures in the British
‘territories. The con-
every possible
keeping the disease out
territories, and organised

to be adopted in the
of an outbreak in any of the
The decisions reached at
Conference have been incor-
ted in the Committee's Report
h has been sent to the Comp-
Development and Wel-
who convened the Conference.

up
ntive
an
nee discussed

of
hese





recommendations will be

to the various Governments
rned, and it is hoped that the
ective Governments will see
vay to implement the sug-

ior
Very Great Loss

erbs emphasised the

of the disease, and said

1 disease gains entrance

@ On page 7











Bottlers (Barbados) Limited



~ A Merry Christmas

Prosperous New Year

th Conference. Before catching
this exclusive interview on the

We have achieved what we
set out to achieve” he said. “From
the point of view of the West In-
lies it has been satisfactory, In
iny future pattern of world trade
ind finance, if West Indian terri-
tories are to preserve their econ-
position, the system of im-
perial preference must be retain-
ed




It is no small achievement
therefore’, he continued, ‘that
{this Conference has expressed
tself as recognising the need to
| maintain existing preferences,
| But the “ne new preference” pro

vision of GATT makes it difficult
tor us to sell certain of our manu-

| factures in Conymonwealth mar-
| kets and the fact that the cone
| ference has drawn attention ft

this disability and has expressed
villingness to assist in correcting
t is very reassuring”

Satistactory

Mr. Gomes said he considered
| the conference statement on com-
nodity policy to be as satisfying

one could hope for in the cir
cumstance
Here also there was recognition
the necessity to plan against
price fluetuations and insecurity
j}of markets by international
igreements might take in the
question the point of view of
himself and Mr, Adams had beer
lon every occasion to stress mést
strongly that West Indian econo-
could not survive without
commodity agreements with
guaranteed prices.

“We have emphasised most
strongly that irrespective of
whatever form these commodity
agreements. With regard to this
future, they can only be accept-
able to the West Indies if the
guarantee factor is retained.”

“Mr. Gomes was sure that the
West Indies would welcome the
decision to co to foreign
investors the right to transfer

o’provide an added

‘capital gain

This ought to provide

stimulus to foreign investors In
the West Indies.

Ife revealed that
taxation difficulty had figured
prominently in extra conference
discussions with the Secretary of
State for the Colonies and official
advisors. While the final word on
these discussions would have to
walt the report of the Radcliffe
Commission which was now sit-
ting, the importance of a change
in present arrangements had been
most firmly stressed

mies

the double

The atmosphere at the confer-
ence had been warm and friendly
said Mr, Gomes in conclusion,
In particular he had appreciated
the opportunity to discuss
heads of the Commonwealth ter-
ritories including Prime Minis-
ters, matters of mutual interest
which normal methods of proee~
dure did not allow

—————






















Greetings

Once
more
The holiday
Season reminds
us that we are
nearing the
Year’s end, &
that it is time
to take inventory.
That’s what we have
been doing — taking
inventory, not of
material gain, but of
Friendships such as
yours, We wish we could
adequately express the
pleasure that is ours in
extending the Season’s
Greetings and in tell-
ing how eager. we
are to be of constant
service to you during
the coming year. The
Loyalty and goodwill
that keep our relation-
ship so successful fill
us with gratitude and
the hope that ‘we shall
be able to continue this
most pleasurable service
that means so much
to us,

and a

uel

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come any oO se ‘ et el Op in Jamaica afteta. . ince to le cc) . > | SWING youR sarbura B oO
in i Course f \ J , taffet a a bouquet of | Give justice, tolera: to all : ame t oe ith 8 Heart As! ; BULLION oe vrbgrbara Britt
M* JOHN KIRNON, Junior \'; , Wteenwood will travel mixed gerberas ay Asparagus. | OGnOBER 2 t NOVEMBER i ca led @ 8 to Dummy's § STANLEY KRAMER PRODUCTIONS ROUGH RIDERS pown. Meee HIDEOUT
Income . "Pas . oe ).A.C. to England Dr agg hoe ly, the ae m's eee ae ee od error aupects : @ 10 Two of the Bast presents OF CHEYENNE WAY Rocky Lane
Antigui , "an ; ; ‘ yrother who came over from | but don't go overboa mefie vibra . iy refused to § an y s _ B.. 2 ~
> ae 6) gy ag AR ci To-night At Club Morgan ‘vyiniaad for the event, was best- | tons should be useful i Rin with @ K. but were now : | | Saipgerown ae (eran
Me KR ze poe eee {‘LUB MORGAN'S xe-opening mani ‘ | NOVEMBER 2 to DBOEMBER + 3. sibjected to an end-play : E ee
course in Income lax toh “ “ka sht should indeed be a Soloist during the ceremony wa* pa eaten —* ee je: pennies aa
Colonial Income Tax Office popular Club ha Miss -Rita Fletcher, < who —— ae effairs need close watching a HR 0 @ no A ££ a ai ‘
Mr. Kirnon who IS a guest at issed during the last three Schubert's “Ave Maris one stituents, assoc.ates. Patience needed E 8
Super Mare Guest House, brought '"0! to-night should prove Perfect Love.” Mr. John Fletcher DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capri- |, arranging plans, contracts ‘ ———_—_——
out his little son John with him. ‘© be a real “get to-gether” for was gt the organ. vorn)-—One of month's most opportune} YOU BORN TO-DAY at gaa STANLEY KRAMER PRODUCTIONS EMPIRE OLYMPIC ROXY
His wife has remained in Eng- ‘he “Morganites”. We understand The Gharming young couple re- | periods to carry on to success important | Jupiter ruling A brig Ss ERY
1 1 Eng



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son, you make friends â„¢ or fe 4 .
land, (here has been quite a bit of de- ceivéd an enthusiastic greeting as fishy ameunon aealiew. sree om pa oan posed hold and count or GARY COOPER." ‘HIGH NOON Opening To-day To-day to Monde d
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cee oo} EMPIRE THEATRE
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wr . : » Tuesd Today &
THREE SHOWS 4.30 & 6.1 4.30 & 8.1 .
’ 2 aes them wien _saeked See ceties! with THOMAS MITCHELL « LLOYD BRIDGES 1.30, 4.45 & 8.30 Keo aan a a es yee
Congratulation: 'f slectric fecording system has been of Mr, and ‘Mrs. H. E. J. Clyne Ee tt ease tie ames | cemattakings. in, cecal Us. Btaany Ra Rca Ne cone cay Attractio: a rie ona
sin oh a OO pe ; salah ; " : Aqua: —Day's aspects on Chaney Henry Morgan + EN 5 & 8. . . . Anthony o
Satay ITULATIONS to Mr, installed to pros ide dinner and where the reception was held be easy for vou to = 2 acne — sone meee. eer at. “~ ZINNEMANN « been Poy ty Cal Faron Stanley Kramer eens a Been , Dinah “Sher 4a picDonala Care
H, Chenery, Acti / ince music to alternate with the bri : Th inst minutes jews wi ‘urther Sagitta 4 educationalist Music Composed and Directed by Dimtri Tiomkin Production Presente ~~“ ° Maureen O'H
countant = ¢ yet ‘ 2 lar nightly orchestra. To-night Christmas Musio At ambitions. Lawrence Lowell, Harvar’ vector ot Protgroty Fld Cosy, AS C Gary Cooper ; im ir
ant General on his fift ! ghtly or re E , | EASED THRU UNITED ARTISTS ‘ rhe THE WHIP ’ .
second and Dr. Harold Skeete on e the Holiday Season well Cathedral | FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) RELEASED THRU UNITED ee oar HAND IVORY HUNTER COMANCHI ;
his sixtieth birthday 1 its way at Club Morgan 7 Barbados Choral Society —Planetaty configurations point. to ner = SS, HIGH NOON LOST PATROL se TORY
ay. . ‘ant sses, happy : * y In Tect , and
Many happy returns! " and the Cathedral Choir will | *"°°** G > 1 E ‘ Y ( with BUCCANEER
* * Postage Stamp Bat.... . vender their usual programme of F |] The Story of » man) Victor MeLagien i aint
JONGRATULATIONS also to PASSING through Seawell Air- Christmas Music at the Cathedral | ] pre hae TRE AY 80 | “Tae Loo red eee pm (KATIE DID IT] yvo
“4 = Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Redmat Pp eet on hia ne att, on Wednesday, 17th December at L TENING ae R.K.O. presents ie eet awe DOUDIe. ; oe
é Fite Vil aes en a port on his return to Canada 915°) 1m ' f P y THE HALF-BREED Epos aagaee lett ag te td { T
) Zz Hage, § James on the ' arts afllics « 8 . . OF “mM. ‘ , . hontertnk tae ee AST 1 Mond & uesd,
virth of daughter iss ratte en ' a ive May r it “eg Barb on Mrs. John Kirton will be the Rm ‘ Spe ay wdhte : gee THE TRAN ‘A Mark ‘Steve
ih gic Pino. ae alee ats” TOURS es | ee
ohn MeCormick AS ser sale a ‘ . Ho a ae PORT .OF . H Hilliard
+ ° e omotion supervisor, Trans-Can- arranged dor Soprano mole and : a he Midnite Donald Barry FORTY THIEVES tdinite Special Rod Came ' A
ig te RATULATIONS to Mr ,, Chorus by John E. West. She will SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, {952 TIGER William Phipps Tonight i ie
Goodvidve of Pir ent ada Air Lines Mi McCormick also sing a group of Christmas | 4006.00 p.m 2 Adele in Z Mi Anite wr snigt t WdonewiOOS ,
: ge Oo nasi ‘id Barbado: ay | sta ‘ ‘ , aoe oss 4 ‘ epublic Wb Whole Se
Vale "Wiolaga: Ot.) ionshe: “Who Tatton pea ean mat 4 bait to SONBS. 4 p.m. The News, 4.40 p.m. ‘The Daily a ALCAMRAZ |ARIZONA eer
celebrates his birthday to-day =~ oe t es adi . : th 4 The programme includes old] serviee, 4.145 p.m. BBC ae one | and MANHUN DAUGHTER OF RAIDE me OF TH:
" “ a i th. eottentn “Sills i favourites and a number of new Coie ne he tek, oe mi. Skate THE DAKOTA KID py aiet DON Q DESERT
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr. | at — r af said “t ain ‘tha sh uld carol for Dancing ‘ SPREE OOPS PP EPO PP SP IIE, with in wit es
Neville Morley who has just “°° 7#*™ne resor os are os Programmes of admission are on | 6.004.186 ‘pam. « 432M, 4 7} x J as , B] James Bel UTAH WAGON ' Aly: Rion ra Arle
obtained his Higher National Cer- ne ase sien ane sale at the Advocate Stationery oo — “Esch Shcseha ms ie Pa | % To-morrow is SUNDAY % Roy Bancroft TRAIN Adrian Boott Andy Devine
tificate in Electrical Engineering Xe atin nh btels 11 ; a Messrs. Ward and Spencer and at|in Town To-n:ght, 6.45 p.m. Sports| x % |
in England, mick ¥ isited the novels ANG Made a. 4, Clerk’s Office, St. Michael’s| Round-up, 7 p.m. The News, 7.10 p.p * Plan a SWIM and a 9 | SCC SOVOOCPFOOOOPE CEO LLLP LESCOL IESE
Neville, the son of Mr. William tou! of the island. He found there Cathedral Home News from Britain, 7.15 p.m % 916 ~
Morley of the Barbies Electric was no shortage of bathing beach- Christmas Entertainment 10.80 pan a1.eM, 49 71M DRINK x | x ° = = %
Supply Corporatior a rt ry . : oe - = a0 - SS A t M g t t t %
Morley of Chelfone nue an While on the topic of tourists HE Annual Toy Service at 7 “ pm Sports Review, 18 ms DOWN THE HATCH > % no er | ni e e onl e x
Hill is an old Lodge boy now Mr. H. G. Baxter, T.C.A’s tocul the James: Street Methodist the Stent 4 ater Py itis Selick, 1 * % G L o iB £ %
working on the staff of the Eng- ™énager, tells me that more Cana~ Church takes place on Sunday] j9p.n. ‘The News, 10.10 p.m. From. the an e 1 > &
lish Electric Company in Staf- dians will be southbound soon Dec. 14. The children’s Sunday | ruitorials, 10.15 p m. ee sian At % > &
Ste 5 at 6 jolt .
ford. with the advent of 'T.C:A’s two School begins at 3 p.m. and this a eaoows Ce atte $ x the Film-Heaven’s around the Corner *
At the moment, he is in flights a week. The first is due to is followed by an evening ser- r Room ST, LAWRENCE x ¥ . %
Sweden on business for his em- leave Montreal Dec. 22nd, and Vice at 7 pm. At the evening REMEMBER— | % Free iced cold Cokes to 400 Patrons. Hold your Tickets and
ployers, He sends his kind re- will serve Bermuda, “Barbados ®¢rvice Rev. K. E. Towers will THE FORTRESS CLUB : HOTEL | $ win 4 Cartons of the World Famous HEINEKEN BEER &
gsrds to all his friends in Bar- and Trinidad. give en address, = =—S Vi CONTINENTAL 312 — PLUS ss
bados, Everyone attending is asked to XM S I Tr ISINE + 9 | s
bring along a toy which will ‘be A N GH cu $ And Stay for the... a fLlecal Talent on Parade x
For Christmas Holidays POCKET CARTOON] *'\"" to the poor at (Christmas. ; MUSIC g my 3/8 *
R. a Another Christmas _entertain- by PANAMA ¢ COLD BUFFET g | Michael Wilkinson singing Ole Black Magic’ e
by ano ie ane ven of oy OSBBRT LANCASTER | ,ont on Dec, 14 will be the Bar- y x / id 2 © xcith Seal re . The Girl I Marry’ x
r a cott Q.C., and batlés i . . “ eith Sealy = . “The Gir Marrs s
; , ados Youth Mo t's ~ 8 y < r x) & +r eat
Ze. Walcott of “The Rock”. mas.’p atnme A ae At Modern High School. eC] SS LUNCHEON % Maicolm Murray i ae Silent Night %
oon Z aftrivs: . ” . e , - re”?
Ry ; Englan¢ by The programme consists of Orchestra. R= At $2.00 Per Person) = ¥) % a1 Hunt = s ‘Kiss of Fire bc
ean _ oars LA. via Ja- tecitations, carols etc. - x Suni, % % Frank Corbin I Won’t Cry Any Mort st
aaa ne re ae pe to : Subscription $1.00 s SEE YOU AT “THE % %
gly ARS ‘ olidays Vontserrat School Teacher Admission by Invitation Ph. 4084 -:- Hastings x % ¥ Pate 12 hisines 30 Balcony 10 3
S$ pa s. . . : “f+ R “8 AWRENCE x <
Mr. Walcott is: a student at NTRANSIT from England in —— & ST, LAWRENCE ~ Bass 5559990959999 99 9 SSOP OOOO SPOOL OEY
Pembroke College, Cambridge the S.S. De Grasse on Thurs- 669 O OOOO LL seek ‘ ms
m j day on her way back to Mont- PES PRLS -



RRIVING from Trinidad
on Thursday by B.W.LA,







serrat was Miss Doris Taylor, a
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vere Mr, and Mrs, F. H. B. Black } Se hool. She spent one year in the G i oO B E AND CONTINUING
were Mr. and Mrs, FH. BB ach U.K. doing a course in housecraft TODAY % & 8.30 p.m.
ni rare ares at Seaford College, Sussex.
come over to spend the Christm i i i i
holidays, While in Barbados Miss Taylor G
Tis a ac ig a guest at “AllWorth”, Cheap- ALA A BRAND NEW DCUBLE OVERLOADED WITH ACTION
ficer of Brecken Castle Estate ae
Couva, while his wife is the Back To Jamaica N -
daughter of Sir John and Lady ; EAVING for ‘Trinidad on RE-OPE ING
Saint of Edghill House, St bor ovdcure’ s sake, Lionel, Thursday morning by
Thomas. don't let your principles B.W.LA. on his way back to Ja- at Into THIS |
Die Of Date force you into resigning maica was Mr, Stanley Pringle oe
lp ne bs from UNESCO until we're of the Department of Agriculture, THAT MAKES GIANTS
wine . the raffle in ai suite chrtdth eres kote who had been seconded to FAN
— _of the St. Thomas’ Nutrition ate oe Dominica, |
Clinic will take place on Jan, 31 ; = x be , rc p ‘ah om th He spent a few days here as a CLUB MORG . ice e
1953 instead of Monday, Dec. 15 Or ee Ce guest at the Hastings Hotel,







Please Dial 4000 for Dinner and Table
Reservations

BREAKS THEM...



Theatre Audiences See “Carmen” On T.V. ,
Opera ie eT Dec. 12. bobby soxers, as well as con- been performed before a “live” SONS NERS NN NE RGN NS ANG NNN NN NSN NNN ‘S

ew York to Los Angeles trooped the Metropolitan Mezzo-Soprano members of the Metropolitan staff
° motion picture theatres last Rise Stevens sing the title role, were present at the historic event.
night to see the performance of ‘he

"Car 1” A ft Theatre managers said their Theatre prices ranged from $1.25
" om n” flashed fron ie stage idiences were enthusiastic, and to six dollars.
a the Metropolitan Opera House one said the transmission was Opera lovers at San Francisco

television bette thar t ] S si
b I fi a f . s 2a 5
It was estimated some 67,000 oe 7 © the fights had to pay six dollars but the fee

1d been.” O “ize s - tee
theatregoers paid more tifan had beer nly prize fights pre- included a punch and buffet -

pies pel I thf viously had been brought to the per, The management LT D
$100, » see the show. theatres by television, planned to serve champagne ‘but 2
Women In evening gowns r "armen"

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Ste, $2, 18, $3.10, & $3.34

Bile te wen oss... $6.62 & $21.00

$1.20, $2.16, $4.80, $6.20 & $7.70

“aah ee bot vecvess 420, $1.20 & $1.41
shies $1.75 & $2.40
pean‘ : ssosee.. All Prices

$1.81, 3.11 & $4.88

$22.00 & $48.00

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DEC. 25, 7 P.M. ae |
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WALKING DOLLS i $13.38 |
PATSY WETTING DOLL |

DOLLS

PRAMS

LORRIES

TOPS

GUNS

GAMES

STOVES

CARS

DRUMS

ROLLER SCATES

NEW YEAR’S EVE

Gala Dance and Dinner ~ $6.00
DANCE ADMISSION om $2.00

(No Fancy-Dress)

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WALTER BRENNAN

‘emis or Evening Dress Only

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5 AT The Regular Saturday Dinner Dances will Commence 2 with Anne Bancroft - Donna Corcoran

Jeanne Cagney « Lurene Tuttle

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27TH. Produced by JULIAN BLAUSTEIN

Directed by ROY BAKER
Screen Play by DANIEL TARADASH |

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mink coats, men in sports coats V televis od rant ae tne nm eee ae q
wr tuxedos and culture conscious Met ropolitan just as it would have ®
Curistmas DinneR — —_ $4-00

T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)

DINNER: $4.00 tet DANCE ADMISSION: $1.00

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Phone: 4220

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19 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE
eee a cae i ada hrieniiieeaiiiamiainnuanhimtinae

ARSON ATTEMPT FAIES Tn. aa
THIRD CASE Announcing The Arrival ol

besa Xmas Bazaar
IN A MONTH ey ik 7 YOUR FAVOURITE BRAND OF
ee Well A ttended | t OURITE RANI Ol

ST, GEORGE’ i Co lerit ‘ a yeu be the Bul
An unsuccessful attempt was made to fire the home of a an ae A alin A.

; " ’ a udge, Justice A. R.
Mrs. Angela Johnson in the suburbs of Grenville, St. An- ST. VINCENT, Dec. 8. Goois-Lartigue after which His
| drews, early yesterday morning Ang! ( nad Ne Excellewey presented the Insignia.

























At about 3 a.m. a servant asleep on the premises was Wednesday ira Decem- Mr. Duncar award of _ the
aroused by the strong smell of smoke and on looking out ber. The v in the ©.B.E., was announced in last New |
eal alka : : morning but the ifterno va , —
aw a ground level section of the building afire. According fair, A ; erent Naa” Tene? Hommes. fiat
: : a t : ‘ 4 cre reéenae ind \
to her, just before raising an alarm she saw someone fleeing the t decorated stalls My, Duncan who is a retir 31
from the vicinity. which cater to different ages , ack " eacher er
With t ity ; . = r primary chool teacher was aj M
ith the alarm, however, othe WETS WES DATTONIE 1. The Police member of the St. Vincent Legis- | - M
eee ccupants of the house. assisted by ix Band rendere lively ne ind ative Couneil for several years.
neighbours who were also alerte Heavy Rain the dancing of toddlers « the He served as Secretary of the St.| A A
d to t the bl und eo Gishops lawn was leasing sight. Vineent Workingmen’s Association



managed to br laze und
eart Trouble pol ind by the time the Fire I , A few yard tr nd also as Editor of the Tribune, 8
. > ° s hen Pack was
n October
















suffer from any of these symp- , _Paralytic Rabies out a land used survey of the of six months in the United King- " ~ y ree
i Trouble ‘wre persists stroke, t Positive laboratory identifica- Colony have arrived and have dom It is thought that frequent en- ee p / / |

, tion of paralytic r ibies as the cause commenced work in the north ertainment with the Steel Band £ i a L 3
of death of a cow the The Archdeac« told the press disturb the slumber of the neigh-

{| you shoultt start treatment at

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d b Hi srigade arrived from Grenvill { ba hod of } p H Hist f St. V ;
was altogether subdued on ee ee Oe {¢ wrote a “History of St. Vin- P
ause y ig Slight damage was done PITTA? MIURAS se | by Mrs. W Cause = a text-book now used widely | T 1
This is now the third « Nee BRITISH HONDURAS jaby Susan Fawkes presented he in these schools, and he also pro-| * ’
00 ressure 1 mon of attempt 1 ae te Heavy rain,fell throughout the a_ bouqt Cakes, sweets { dueed many pamphlets on A Con- i E
“es attempted arson, the Colony during October which handwork were attractive pliced stitution for the West Indi
5 : ; ‘ i ring nic 1 racti i for t ian,
Lyme. Sa eleameea "hes She beaits ircu ances of the previous two has slowed up things generelly n the stalls and quickly sole 4 R
on, ss, headaches a having nse. » fatarns _ é woe = j
and back of head and above eyes, | |)... used the Government to The country is wet, too wet for use : ’ Recently a large. branch from |
peneee ot Newest tat nervy, orsuf- | yr : ide publicity to an offer of mechanised farming, and prac- .:.._ eo , , ee si ne of the trees in the grounds of | s
ee Foe Tere Cree \; 51,000 reward for information tically all road work has stopped ne he Couff House broke away and
& you Fons is probably caused | (C8Cns to the convietion of any Crops of corn and rice etc, have Venerable R. S. Maxwell, Arch tame the northern portion of
| 34. ri ee Toe is @ | Person or persons, either actually been particularly affected leacon of St Vine nt in : St the iron railing. This synchronises
en then pSSAt uses mene | or as an instigator. connected with =9 a. — _ ass se. » ith the complaints raised by resi-
’ ant 670 eee thon aie uatally the first two Surveyors Lucia, returned to the island by Gents in that vicinity against the
ken for some simple ailment. If Two officials appointed to carry plane on Tues ifter a holiday polding of fetes in the courtyard
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OS; Atanavers: oe ances High loos endome district, some five miles of the colony is composed of hat he thoroughl : enjoye d his hourhood and produce an evil
@sure and makes you feel years outside the capital on the to Pine Ridge ‘where pine trees liday and did about fifty preach- effect on body and mind; more-
Beer in « few days. Get Noxco Grand Etang, has set th l- grox nostly oa «i \, ings and lectures in the interest over, that this use of the courtyard |
® your chemist today. It is guar- wal Bennet € cul- grow mostly If these official



@ed talmake you feel well and
me or money back om return of



t rH f the Windward Island Diocese. does not lend dignity to the Cr of | | F ] .
it on the ui vive can determine any other eco- a, : ota a ' — y 10 ue ue P :
itional actiot nomic use for the Pine Ridge At one of his meetings Rt. Rev. Court of Justice, Entertainments | J 4 4 L AUK

Vibert Jackson presided and Rt. are the



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ity package. Arriving last Sunday te ike soil of the eolony, it will be a Rey. H. N. V. Tonks was one of t 10 nara owen sees by
LC survey = of the area were Mr. great achievement, : Bt nae Siakie me of the general. public but. ¢ haritable
L. B. Assang and Mr. C. M. At + . ne apeaxers; Do ur a 10p6 ‘were organisations are not denied. ;
tin, “Sanitary Insieetars of. %! i O% ; former diocesans of the Windward ; : '
Trinidad Agricultural, De ee tia dere ee bi Meafniat cont os St OBTAINABLE
ments face ‘is fad 3 : ae : pany have been operating in the - necessar\ to send the aircraft to L AT ALL LEADING STORES
patna ian pea 1 with anti- colony for about two years and His Excellency Sir R. D. H, British Guiana for extended main- ,
“Tt ; easures, are still in search for oil Arundell, K.C.M.G., O.B.E., Goy- tenance which should take place q
‘heir assistance was made avai! - Coronation ernor and Commander-in-Chief of ‘before re-regi stration for 1952, HI
ee ze m8 result of an urgent A central Coronation Commit- the Windward Islands arrived from Peer est A n ws St. eo Gov- . . r
|Government | request to the tee a, ake . a Grenada on Wednesday, 3rd inst, erfment Alr Service will he sus~ ; -
| Trinidad Government after D we 7 - esi one "th ~ cae on a short visit. pended between December 27 and Start Using Chem To-day 4
\J L. Pawan at that end confirmed with su ager . , nt ne ou : January 3. The last flight out of . "
| idence of the virus as found by Seetnsror co Dene ‘h * wear sd This is His Excellency’s last $t, Vincent will be to Trinidad on 4
Dr E. A. M. Pitt, Veterinary Sur- for the coronation next y ar of visit here as Governor, as he has Friday, December 26, and the next | 4
e here Her Majesty the Queen and plans been appointed to a similar post in flight, from rinidad to St. Vincent,
T is thie’ alison tan are now being formulated, he neighbouring Colony of Bar- will probably be on Sunday, 4th | -™
lo far and it was not oanibia Imports hados January. It is hoped that normal |
nd evidence of a bite ba the da The value of imports of Octo- operations will be resumed as from



cos . = e was 27 i abou The Governor not begin his Monda ith January, 1953.
at (Desmodus Rufus), known Pe", Wa $927,010 of which about t the Windward

ire
. : lina was f Smpire “es, administration in
| you knew her secret Pe cnet cee half was from Empire “tes of Islands under very auspicious cit pr. Karle Kirby left St. Vincent

Rika Ava eit ic f
earch is now being made b The first three countries 0

: “de Des . » , cumstance but he administered on Pricday, 5th inst., by B.G. Air-
ou, too, could be more he two-man Trinidad team f origin in order of value were the the with skill and courage i 1 inst., by; G. ;



or , ‘ res group ays to attend a meet -
harming lovely attractive this bat 2 annad Kingdom U.S.A and Cool and resourceful under diffi- waa ” _ oeuee a Set ’
y ’ In 1947, Trinidad batmen made “UStralla ‘i culties he not only avoided threat- Foot and Mouth Disease reported
,and the secret of her attractiveness |} SUrvey here but of eight spec Exports ened publie disturbances but also from Martinique, the Veterinary |
Odo-Ro-Ne. Don’t let offendin, f bats found none were identified _ The value of exports of Octo- won the esteem of his opponents. Committee of the Advisory Coun- |
aderarm odour spoil your natur the vampire. ber was $554,303, The countries * * cil on Agriculture will assemble. | ”
eshness. Evangelical Meetings of destination in order of value A meeting of the Legislative
| Odo-Ro-No safely stops perspi- Two stirring evangelistic meet- P&S the U.S.A., the United Council was held at the Council 7 oe

ition and odourfora full 24howes, ‘lings have been held here this Xingdom and the West Indies. Chamber on Thursday, 4th inst ®
} Odo-Ro-No stays creamy longer | week by three visiting preachy The principal articles of ex- His Honour W. F. Coutts, M.BE orwegian
never gets gritty even in open fe. representing the Youth for ‘Christ Port _in order af value were Administrator presiding. = Th n p
+} No deodorant cream is so harm- | °vement, an international or ral _ Mahogany, pine, grapefruit and — was short SS eeecs Nie +
tior Jer . wr ‘ Reta chicle. sec were one y Ve onceur- in |
ss to fabrics as Odo-Ro-No. j ii ae ade to the spread of Strike ble Crown Attorney amending Ship Sinks }
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| No deodorant cream is gentler The labour strike of the 20th the Minimum Wage Order; two by
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) even sensitive skin, and it is so These meetngs were held in : u Hon. H. Young for formation of |
tsy to use. the St. George’s Methodist Churcn October, 1952 is partly broken ae Peasant Associations and Annual SAN FRANCISCO, Dee. 11.
which was crowded to capacity on Moment of writing. All ne Agricultural Exhibitions; one by The Norwegian freighter Fern- |
both nights. ment labourers have returned to j15, Ss, Slater for a market at streatt ¢ank inside the bay shortly
The visiting preacher trio, who Work with a SSeS nega of Barrouallie; and one by Hon. E. T. @fter colliding with the freighter |
° ® rived here in a small plane from Pa¥ but much lower than asked Joshua for improvement of the Hawaifan Rancher, The crew of
] Barbados, are John B. Will ° of for. Georgetown Hospital the Fernstream escaped in life-
CREAM Canada, Donald Luttrell of Flor- Negotiations have been golll on rag nest
tt da and Paul Hattiord who is the 0? between the Government and A Trade Duty Rey eal Bill ar d
The rector of Y.F.C. in the Caribbear the Labour Union, but the Union a Third Party Risk Amendmen rhe rash occurred west of
deod nt : a ra “has been so unreasonable in its Bill were also passed \leatraz Island in murky fog and
jeodora area. “ : 7 inten ¢ . * ad
In addition t reaching. t conduct that the Government has ’ : 4 52 irizzle Phe Hawaiian Rancher
without 1 addition to preaching, th ; ts tention of deal- On Saturday, 6th inst., at Gov- flashed an S$.O.S. and the Coast
|are singers and musicians and led 2»nounced Its in gogo” - nme House at 11.45 a.m. a | Ainnate? hree rescue
a doubt » direct with the labourers ernment u i I Gua ispatched three rescue |
their congregation in a rousing /98 Girect Whe ae 8. number of persons invited by His boa |
community rendering of gospel Saw Mill-Strike Excellency the Governor witnessed r |
} hymns. The labourers employed at the ihe Presentation of the Insignia The Fernstream, combination
————— SSS Films on religious subjects wer wmill operated by the Belize and Grant of Dignity appointing freight and passenger vessel's !
lalso shown. ‘state and Produce Company Ltd. Mr, Ebenezer Dunean to be an passengers escaped safely before | “L's thrilling the way Lua
[ DAY'S NEWS FLASH They are en route to Trinidad, at Belize are still on strike; but Officer of the Most Excellent Order she nk disappearing in 100 feet | Toilet Soap active-lather facial
0 S 1953 Estimate some of the men have returned of the British Empire, The Grant ol! ter No trace of the ship} lehve skin softer, smoother! }
953 Estimates reo ke f Dignity w it the request of sh« i above the Bay.—C.P. } says Jean Kent ena
Your Diary for 1953 Finance Committee of the Leg-,© Work 1) spite of picket igni v \ | ty an Kent
> F rr . islative Council yesterda beg Hd P caine “ | CL. Arthur Rank Organisation
BROWNE'S NAUTICAL what m: be a week of sittin a8 . > e e | Yes, glamorous Jean Kent knows that Lux Toilet
ALMANAC neo E sag OF Rev ° \ : » v / | Soap deep-penetrating active lather facials cleanse your
. enue and Expenditure in prepara-| oO on er I LV 1 ae : : alarid
CHURCHILL'S VOL. V tion for aut week’s open cant 1 7 , | ack Gist, : ae ; ree
} ay ear aa ea } | , st smo a the rich, cream er, rinse
SECOND WCRLD WAR of the Counce at Form, Home. * | o with warm water, once with cold, You'll love
Over the past two weeks th« s | ’
A trat ‘and Colonial Tre \ f € | the delicate flower-like fragrance of Lux Toilet Soap,
At f ani ae aod eee ~ As n is a ors f ac e te Balhow the stare fart usitg Lux Toilet Soap
" urer have held lengthy talks with « , al
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY Departmental Heads on their re- | today

SSS | spective estimates. = 4 (From Our Own Correspondent) this Clause would destroy the ahead of the entire British Cari>-
i PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 5. liaison which should exist between bean

The draft Bill, main purposes ¢ f the electorate and representative Commenting on the “999” emer-
Wr which are to confer on the Legis- by prohibiting ob truction, assault, gency and tele-communications
system introduced about two years

lative Council and committees ar molestation and insult of m 0
to ago, Colonel Muller said: “This is




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privile ; ( ”
>) to ensure freedom from obstruc- mary Court Ordinance already public can get quick police action Cy ‘he r 7
tion in the discharge of legislative provided for these offence Trinidad is well ahead in the de- Ke ~ , ca The fragrant white soap of the film tars
business, to regulate admittance 10 Mr. Leo G. Permuy, managing v¢ lopment of this modern branch i » Ae tk Poy
the precincts of the Legislative director of the Trinidad Publish- of police work. | .
to afford protection jng Co., Ltd., who wa the first During his stay here he w " HATS 10061489090 PVE . ct

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to persons employed in the publi- witness, made it clear that tackle the question of appointment
e / teation of the report and other main quarrel wa vith Clause 10 of officers, One of his main task
or t e whole |, amily é | papers of the Legislative Council, (f) of the Bill regarding the pri of tt tour is that of man-power
came under fire again thi week ing of libel This Clause grant ywnd he will submit reports on Lhe
This time it was attacked during privilege to “a fair and accur various forces to the Governors i : :
ja three-hour sitting of the Select report of proceedings.” of the various islands visited SSSeSaSeSRS=_ : =
| Committee of the Legislative a
| Council appointed with the Hot PUBLIC HOLIDAY. BRITISH AIR SERVICE j
L. C. Hannays, Q.C., as chairman |
to consider and report on objec- Said Mr. Permu3 We } WANTED |
ltions to it by members of the pever had it as a legal right before Trinidad Chamber of Com-}|
public. This is in the nature of a chat merece. yesterday accepted a reso- |
Only five persons appeared But we note that the right of f Jution of the Incorporated Char ~ |
before the committee. They all ¢omment is not n.’ Th . bers of Commerce of the British
claimed that various sections of the «aid, all he sought Carivbean whieh urged introduc~ |
Bill were unnecessary aS, in the The Governor, Sir Hubert F of a direct British air service |
majority of cases they sought to has proclaimed June 1, 1953, fro the Eastern Caribbean to |
|

make provision for what alreacy public holiday in Trinidad. Th New York and Europe by B.W.LA.,
existed in the laws of the Colony. means that Trinidadians will have he national carrier, in associa-
Mr. Lennox Pierre, solicitor, wn® an opportunity to enjoy their fu ym with B.O.A.C

on

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gave evidence in his capacity a8 quota of holidays that part of the The view of the Congres® on this | 5
chairman of the Civil Righ year as Empire Day, norma! matter was that if it was found }
Action Committee objected to a May 24, coincides with Whit Sun- 3! sible to implement such a} }
long list of sections. He declared day next year service, Her Majesty's Government if
that" Trinidad was the only place hould give consideration to the 1
|where the question of publ: As a result of this proclamatio’ granting of the rights to some}
right to enter the Legislature wa the holiday on June | has bee other national carrier to operate {
legally argued—by Sir Henry Al- fixed as Empire Day. )
cazar in 1903—and settled be a long week-end as the follov and New York

ing day, June 2, will be Coronatic
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So there w a direct service between Barbado |
He argued that the proceedin Day. If recommendations of @ ; |
of the Legislature should be made Coronation Committee re one of Trinidad’s delegates at the
LEA public as of right as the proceec- cepted by Government s¢ i Congre presented the resolution. |
earn aa ing i a court of law rs | ren wil whe the whole of Co He explained to the Chambe:
WHITE SUEDE quoted Clause 10b. whict ( nation Week that the iggestion had
Any person who offer ) . en put up by the Barbados|
$3 40 member or to any offi ¢ of th oan — “ > i ¢ NDO vere very anxious
- Legislative Council any bribe, ie INSPECTING POLICI tritish air service from
compensatior gift or reward k bbear to Nev
$3 95 order to influence him is Colonel W. A. Muller, Inspecte ON QU
- conduct At r mber*or off al of Color 1 Police Fore he £ Pre ta LY A LIMITED ANTITY
$4.90 e f the promo- came in here tf veek as part ent tha was consider-
si or oppe m te B te of } Ca e the “ S
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3 splice 10 te z=» Secure this BEAUTIFUL GIFT
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$ guilty of an offence t i British H t ( e to include the Eastern {i}
jsummary conviction before M ( bbhear \
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& hundred ar é ty Police. Trir Tobago 7 1e Chamber. assured the meet- op * )
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATI PAGE FIVE











Speech Day At Foundation Girls’ School

IN NE







AMAS is just around the



D OF REPAIR Results OF Corner...
Pitman’s Exam

andidates wel!

Act. Governor And
Mrs. Turner Attend

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Examinations hel Sep- Home with

Following the remark by the Headmistress of Fou: = cf e Robk.
tion Girls School, Miss H. Inniss, at the school Speech Day @ LPS. results have not. met
yesterday that jt would be an understatement to say that ived m
= soot was growing more and more impatient and cyni- TYPEWRITING 4d
cal about the promises and plans which remained unfu Elementary—First Class
filled each year, His Excellency the Acting Governor, M1 Piggott Ercil = Lewi



R. N. Turner, put up a defence for the Government
Mr. Turner said that no one

Farle Cy 1 J jan

inton); Jean Straughan
could say that the Barbados Gov- ~ 4 : Cyrus, Arthur Ht is
ernment was. niggardly in regar¢ F TH =~ t : X - > tstow! E.T:); ela
to expenditure on Education, In wwe 1e Ss A a ! n ll M Dd Bailey)
this year’s estimates more than . . ‘ , “ . e Springer (Mr. C. B

$2,000,000 o of a total expen- . = Rock i i
$2,000,000 out of @ total ‘expen Reported The Floor Covering in many




t just over
$12,000,000 has been set aside for



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Education, Edward Mayers 1 eI Gwendalyn "
He added that he hoped how- the Plaza The atre, reporte oO p Mr F. Nurse)
cane a —_—, the piototes of pm e yesterday that ep I i INTERMEDIATE
cdaacation and his ,Board were sy, ) ne ot vordar ne, St ej ‘Ie
considering how to use the sum mt : : ‘ates — ti I ll AND :
at their disposal, the two founda- Tula : 9.15 4 Linton) Lucine Bt au, '
tion schools would be given the pocembhee 1) ann sede st liss Y. Robi ‘Jean Barrow j
weight they undoubtedly de- ~ ¢} tee ta oe oe (™ R Barrow ) Adel D , ; . y
served. aie ances of M { M . ‘ : , c . 4
Mrs Tur © St Geor te na rey sy . 5 Rock) ‘ @ Aad ‘
rs. Turner was also present valued ; ; Second Class 3
a aesurened the prizes. his house 1 t oles 1 M 1 Harper, Frances Skeete
is Excellency then gave his entered’ sometime ’ » Lowe, Thel |
; F ) a V f nt c ometi owe slina Hope
= ane Mr, G, B. Evelyn, on’ December 10 a 6 or Py eet « M Linton) : ~ TO
thaiiman of the Governing Body December 1}. Avitl i
of the school move > vote of slensulz urt of St. Christ > x , ' Arithmetic
cae moved the vote of ae asia: Ce ‘ tS Christo ‘THE LAKE at Queen’s Park once one of the beauty spots of the Park is now empty and in need of .,, Mavis Newton (First class) ; 1 ‘ "rl?
The choir of the upper and his bicycle \ a ae ene repair, At the annual exhibition just ended, this section of the park remained empty Vary few I Estwick, Ervine Armstrong q L K a | vi
middle school rendered f +, » Was stolen f Theatre \ ae ors passed that way. Here, six people look at the desolate spot. If the lake haq been filled md class), All three of thes : ™
Christmas sae igs ec a, ° u : Olttins Ghbint 4 aw with water and the fountain playing, with chairs and tables around the lake’s edges, the area i pupils of Miss A, Skeene
then staged a cistetais hash aie 8.40 p.n eae he would hay e been transformed into an attractive setting for a tea garden Bookkeeping
titled “The Greatest Gift’? Comber 10 % Elma Grant, (second clas Cree eee
pa ates Saad Nantes Ai ess . ‘ i (Mi Linton)
written by J. Barker _ Ruth Coppin of Twec Re R 2 Ay . :
Si Michael rencktedithat artich Ler { » * Wr 1g ag ’ ‘ $< __— t
me. st Michagh reported that a ecruils For . chis Leave For Goo ooting....,
1e play opened with Mrs. shop on December 10 al t 1.30 » ° “
Martin’s children Toby (Diane 1. ee es | | Io |: Vw ~ e | Dn wh : ) a
os . . é m. er ory a ; . . oe
as” erat diac Tate > Phokia tabled ak Chae sedake Baas OLLCE Orce hh easure ¢ ru i a yan| Harbados Museum & There is no better
expectantly awaiting her arrival St. Michael reported that hee} Twenty-t Pp : ts are F K 4 A S¢ Ss ‘ * ae general purpos
on Christmas eve night. The which she left in her yard on the t present being t € t T} Historic al Society ridge than Eley ‘Grand
smaller child Jane is sure that night of De it olen. Police vit ct I } ree pleasure yacnts lelt the ¢ y during e week | 1 rh keh eens Prix’. It is water-
Santa Claus will turn. up with She valued the sheep $12 “A eh o continue the cruise They we Sibia, Beyond anc | 2 resisting, hard-hitting
presents, for her mama says so, The Police are investi- six Leander. Ay ANNUAL EXHIBPTION O18 Mags aprceete’
while Toby who has been dis- #&ton bout these reports, exam 3e +4 CONTEMPORARY WEST and unfailingly depond-
cussing the Santa Claus sag Cpl Beyond empting a round-Â¥ Al c owert NOIAN ART ble S |
“it at school tells SHOP BURNT the by a 30 h.p. diesel engine whi ' apre. « SUpyniy 0:28
with children at school tells °* ; ne f In .< Se wien se eed ith February to 18th March, 1958 gauge 24” length with
Jane she is silly to think there spon oes j pector ent in seven and a half knots. She also | a wind-cha which : , auge 2a g
was anyone named Santa, Mrs. gay fire ¢ ee atin vd Engl ‘ i generates electricity. Her overall netl 13 fe he i so eet tukion “Ax? 11/16 oz. or Ie 02.
Martin (B. McConney) arrives : a iat be held at toads and in other

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and the scene that followed was Philip. T}

a nice portrayal of a happy by H. Pr

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ver i ire VWiy ‘ la +} ¢ Sibis ) t RINGS > - y ¢ ‘ t
family home at Christmas eve ey ? ; ; YP PY eueerey hi ny ander Depots vo — ee j ' 2 abmnitted
with Mrs, Martin assuring Jane DETAINED AT HOSPITAI bint aes See e to St. L ; ‘ | ihe Barbados. Museum by * K i N O Cc H

that Santa would come _ with Rais 4 7 Cana Highlander 2
} fic Og ee WATER-RESISTING SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES



Willi inicas dhaves of ihe? ee Mr, and Mrs. Peter T sth, March, 1953. auges.



presents, Thirty-six-year-old Keith Mar- For the recruit, Saturday morn- MIXED CARGO Bart ast
At intervals in the play there shall of King Street, St. M eb Tr ith a barrack inspec- i t fror t <4 : ;

was a background of Christmas Was yesterday involved in an 4 Ae Sp i is at 7 for (ot ton T ri t or. ; ‘ Yew or .

Be hit ges Christmas * cident with a motor van on Bay Part in organised gam day « EE gg te epee Biter GRAND PRIX" ¢ “GASTIGHT” « “MAXIMUM” « “ALPHAMAX”
Santa arrives with many pres- Street about 2.30 p.n The ttend religious service eo o. Wiel. 8, mmieed

ents. He takes the children to He was detained at the Gen~ on Sunda t 8.00 am. At nine







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see “The Greatest Gift” at Beth- ¢'l Hospital suffering clock
lehem, They meet many others /2Juries, ind later we taken to og +}
there who have come to see ‘he Surgery. t life saving mae Ate [i ‘ . ; ; .
“The Greatest Gift” — the baby ,,A¢, the time of, the acciden y Division Cricket Schooner Owners’ Association, Ltd f for sale, e.g IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD.
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This scene especially was rich SYSI¢ and was going towards the inclusion of Clairmonte De- ; | JAMES SMITH @ rou LONDON
in make-up. Some girls played Bridgetown tg the van, v P i per in_ and Leaving for the rt « ‘ n | Pr
the role of angels, others as the travelling tery : pace bowler. Friday was th¢ hooner Marea j \ 1 paintings must t | i aan ce nett
three wise men, and there was "ection. Both are recruit Henrietta under Captain A. Selby : ced ‘ yoodun frames not \ 1
M ry, the Baby, etc. This schooner arrived in port last ; i | than three-quarters of

, + on me Pana i i A
tins’ where Santa had gone on PLAN OF BRIDGETOW N ent ae nd firewood, Marea ee Bor ryvust ha Welco e 1 t 7
e oe a Tenricita msign t the > 4 :

cae ans dene ane Tebg,ane Schooner Owners’ Association. m doent? , m o

In her address the headmistress 72) DISEMBARK ‘apt , 4 ; No dra
oe ne thi Ge cunt. All di P ‘OED . B .

Wen the Bickch i thine Be Gorter Anon fh ay mount, All grew. resentation Boxes of

of the School for the year 1952. .

“In the Oxford and Cambridge
General Certificate of Education
at Ordinary Level the Schoo] has
maintained on the whole its usual
few disappointments and the ex-
amination reveals ageneral
weakness in Mather jes, We
are aware of some of the causes
and every effort is being made to
papers in eight subjects; of
the forty-seven papers examined
thirty-seven gained credit -passes.
The individual results may be
seen from the programme.
Drawing Society on the work
submitted by the School in
their examination in June is
“the work is colourful and in
most cases veTy promising”,
passes and twenty-two passed,
Only two were below standard.

“In the League of Empire
Schools Competition this School
entered work in two divisions.
wes awarded second prize for
its posters, It was unfortunate
that the work on Posters was
limited to the Intermediate class
as the best work from a School

Jesus (Chniee Marshall was or side 1 or trengthened bY POR ST LUCIA LOADING CARGO
The last scene was at the Mar- week fre St. Lucia with cox Moneka rt on ‘Thur 8. W
“This is a report on the work
Grasse arrived in port on ‘7
good standard, There were a
master them, Six girls submitted
“The Report of the Royal
Fifty-seven girls gained honours
In the Intermediate Division it
may be and is prohibited by the

In thé court case reported dH
on page five of the Nov. 27 f j
issue of the “Barb:dos Ad
vocate,” the Mr. Marshall








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planning an , 7 1 plan of Bridgetown, From this they are instructed in traffic duty. 121, Roebuck Street, | ‘ 7 it
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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1952
as ey ATE ee, ee

Speech Day Aft Foundation Girls’? (iildren’s ALL OVER THE WORLD









de Xmas Party











from page 5 Caribbean”, : irds” have ; . ;

project 4 “Two-acre Plot at been arranged and given by Mr. A JOLLY XMAS PARTY Al Erdiston
Seawell gained hird prize Connell to whom we are very _ “i 4 -
this class £ for arranging the time , rn

“The S.P.C.A. competition for of lecture to suit us In Guiding Santa Claus paid an early visit
the Juniors took the form of at s still further scope for to the Erdiston Teac her —
questionnaire on the care and Geveloping girts well-adjusted College yesterdny everting Ber
treatment of animals, Jeannette to meet the ills and accidents of the students and stall “oe: a.
Storey of this School was awarded life and although every girl is not soge gav ea Christmas ‘a ty on
first prize. a guide the whole is leavened by he 90 children attending €

“L st tem we were pleased to the few. In it and through this Model School.

welcome on our Visiting Stafy pattern there must be like gold

ts threads in a tapes the simple

i It was the first party of its kin
Irs. Hinds-Howell who conduct . 4
belief and faith in God

to be held at the College, and "



vat oo oe oe aaah = “All this depends on the atti- is hoped that it will become a°
rs te ep first shyness : . .

vay pe f scre phat ae 1YNESS tude of the Staff to the children annual feature.

was overcome, reports on 1e

and to life itself and here I thank
both Permanent and Acting Staff
Members of the Staff for their
ready and willing co-operation
to guide and* lead those several
activitie

“At the outset of the School

The party marked the end o!
the School terra and the beginnin:
of four weeks’ Christmas holiday

progress are quite favourable and
the girls are enjoying their
adventures in French Conversa-
tion,

“About two years ago after a
lapse of some years Latin was re-
placed on the Curriculum with the year the School sustained 4
express purpose that those who in tha passin ft Mr, We
want to take a higher course might, Avttrobus As Secretary-Treas-
not be unduly handicapped at a urer to the Governing Body it
later date through not having was inevitable, because of duties
some knowledge of the subject. gnyolved, that there was much
Thore who show no aptitude for

The spirit of Goodwill preveile:
among staff and children who en
joyed themselves immensely. Sa

The Hall in which the party wa Good mornings begin with Gillette

held was appropriately decorated

for the occasion and from th ‘ 2

huge Christmas Tree hung numev- The up-to-date Chief cried “ Now mind what I say,
ous gifts which were given to the

children.

a ad a a ee : OF contact between Mr. Antrobus ‘There were games including Here’s how to shave in the easiest way.
= will be a to a ¢ “9 ay and the School, but it is not on Wsguidie wast, canis Wd dune

ygiene and Physiology which has ¢hat score alone that we wish to al at ell - ~ 3 FF
proved useful to many who take pay tribute to his memory. Some Souk Thay wate eee le Ge Use a Blue Gillette Blade—- sharpest edge you can get
up —— asa oe dik present here today will remem- conesentine sad and Witte edatathe

“We — learn rom reliable ber the condition of the school wy tei : stot . 1s 9
sources that at Queen's College grounds and the size of the — oe Christmas (Mr. Jonn, In a precision-made razor designed by Gillette.
there is sixth form accommoda- School twelve years ago. Owing ¥ ; |

Refreshments were served to the }
children, One little girl said it wa
one of her happiest school d
and that she enjoyed the party |
very much |

}

86 Workers |
Leave For U.S.

tion for the girls who, having to his yntiring efforts with very
reached the required standard, }ittle money at his disposal, most
wish to take the Genera! Certifi- 9f which had been collected by
cate at Advanced and Scholar- the girls, the grounds were laid
ship Levels. I mention this to re- out. In a short while there were
lieve Parents of any anxiety two tennis lawns and a netbal
which they have about gaining field available for use. This was
admission for their children at the beginning of organized games
Queen’s College at the Higher among our school activities.
Level. “The Staff Quarters, Cloak and
Games ana Athletics Work Rooms were all additions
“Games and athletics played planned and supervised solely by
an important part among our ac- him, The additional space gave
tivities during the early part of us two bigger classrooms and so
the year. In the first half of the increased our yearly intake of




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Netball League Games our team pupils. ene sie Basbadians we Bea- 5 Blades 30¢
won two matches of the six a eee batehan Ge tte t iatine - ae iy : are made for each other.
played. In the second half they ,, He ped with Books SANTA CLAUS was around early to the children of the Model School at the party given for them cA tg w ml f “a A Flo do
were unsuccessful in winning any During the most difficult years py the students an! staff of the Erdiston Teachers’ Training College at Erdiston. Here he is seen pruit ang Veusts ble he ; aath
of the matches, On reviewing the pe pice ay books was 4 shaking hands with one of the children as he distributes gifts from the Xmas Tree in the back- under 4 six jaar acetone? er e
game as a whole was 'é py worry a strain on par- , : Ss ree act.
iat pate wen ae oeeaaie ents any inconvenience which we Eoowes ——_?. enn oe lament ne 46 Blue: Gillette Bla es
ment on former years and be- Suffered was negligible owing to ‘ .} ee oe o aa ; Mr S ‘7 mytee t to-day.
cause of that it is a pity that the Dis efforts in ordering and sup- to pay the School a farewell visit which she feels at the long delay mainly in order to keep the extra Avattal- Seeks 'yler, Director of
Netball Selection Committee Plying our books. On looking “ here is no doubt that the in effecting much needed major Annually Recurrent Expenditure TIRES wk ae er Air- -
should evince such lack of fore- back we know that service with- sreater part of the credit for the See and perproremente 10 — sasha which the Island to” accosheate tick aa ee TRADE ENQUIRIES TO: T. GBEDDES GRANT LIMITED
sight and nderstanding as to OUt hope of material reward noticeable atmosphere of effi- the {yhoo : hen she sees . tl e could _afford, that the amount ‘0, ac ee 7 n to orida
ri : ; ne = ; r, energy and fiiendliness in provision in the Capital Estimates made available for capital expen- will be returning to the U.S.A. to-
stem enthusiasm by demoting, oar dane —_ a oe ane the School is due to the Headmis- year after year she must undoubt- diture on Secondary Schools had 4Y:
Justia eas Stage, we A teain Ge ‘the beg iu hi set tress, Miss Helen Inniss, who, I edly compare her lot with that to be kept down to $250,000 in the He told the Advoeaie that the e e e
this School to play in the B Pymnan as we re think I am right aying, ha of a traveller in the desert, who Five Year Plan. It is now up to workers’ principal duties would be
games. “Not stirring words, nor gallant served on the staff of the School sees an oasi ead and, when the Director of Educgtion and his tO pick citrus and added that at
“The newly-formed girls Inter- areee for over 28 years and as its Head- she approaches it, discovers it to Board of Education fo advise how the expiration of their contract on
School Athletic Association had = Pi" Bani bere. eee see mistress for the last thirteen. In be a mirage only and to have re- this sum shall be spent. I do not June 30, most of the satisfactory
its first meeting in May In Duty, not glony—service, not a throne, any school a t endous deal d ceded again into the distance. envy them their task, as the sev- Workers would have additional
this first meeting we were com Inspired his effort, set for him the pends on the tone whict et “In fairness to the Government, eral schools will be swarming work and the opportunity to go to
pletely outclassed by the bigger ee : from the top, and the Girls’ Foun- however, I must mention that round with their claims like bees the mid-western states for the pur-
Schools and many weaknesse “Sir Alfred and Lady Savage qation School has been singularly there is another side of the pic- round a honeycomb. I do hope, P°5¢ of reaping corn and peas dur-
were revealed. There are some who have always shown a kindly fortunate in having over a long ture. In the first place, in this however, that the claims of the ‘8 the summer,
handieaps which a School of this interest in the welfare of the period of years so selfless, devot- year’s Estimate more than two Foundation Schools will be He said that these 132 men
size must inevitably have in com- School paid us a_ farewell visit ed and inspiring a Headmistress $2,000,000 out of a total expendi- given the weight that they un- “ould make a total of approxim-
peting with larger Schools. There before leaving the Island We as Miss Inniss ture Budget of just over $12,000,- cdoubtedly deserve ' ately 800 Barbadians now em-
is a question of numbers from are proud that with the heavy “I would ‘now like to touch 000 has been set aside for Educa- “Finally, I should like to repeat ployed in agricultural work in the
which to draw skilled competi- demands made of them at the briefly on one or two points aris- tion, No one can say, with hon- the exhortation which I made A S.A.
fs. Distance and transport from time in social and administrative ing out of the Headmistress’s re- esty and conviction, that the yesterday at the Agricultural and VOCS POCO99 9090066908650"

School present difficultic which duties that they took time off to port. First, I was sorry to learn Barbados Government is niggardly Industrial Exhibition and appeal

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are not always surmounted. All come and say goodbye and to that the examination results have in regard to expenditure on edu- to all of you who are present, % UNTIL DEC 14th
bus services cot verge on Bridge- speak word of encouragement revealed a general weakness in cation, and the percentage of the whether Board of Governors, staft,| > ,








own most hours of the day, but and ir alion to this the Cin- Mathematics. Reports on two total Budget that is spent on pupils or parents, to make Bar- % Don’t Forget - - -

in this area bus services are few derella of Secondary Schools in other Girls’ Schools by the Inspec- Education as compared with bados a more beautiful and hap-| % |

and accordingly we are handi Isle . torate of the Education Depart- Medical and Health Services, is, pier place to live in throughout! > |

' ingly we are. handi- the Island. t hich I have recently read, I am informed, noticeably higher Coronation yez hich is | 9 }

capped in practising after school “During the long vacation ex- Tent, wich © ha i, #53 engl Ak f ad ky higher Cc ation year, which is now) ¥%

HOUrE"""O the other han! wee’ tenstons were made to two class- Show that weakness in Mathe- in Barbados than in Jamaica or almost upon us, by seeing to it] %

by ad 7 tule ‘the rariia ‘ ae + . nan. matics is not confined to this Trinidad that your houses ‘and spots are! $ IN |
xy we, I mean the Girls, Parents rooms thereby easing the con- «° ‘ Tt is + od : “Naw the teduhle abou “eat os é %

and Staff—can overcome some of gesticn in the Upper School which School alone tis no part of my “Now e trouble about spend- kept spick and span, by planting s |

our weaknesses, The girls, en nie noutée- kr ‘Bunieere each year, Perro this afternoon to go into ing large capital sums on Schools flowers and shrubs in your gar-| On All |

. Ses. 5s, en- sreases . 2ac year. .. am 4 1 . Ate + if ia + h whe: Séeoue io “te 2 a om |

couraged by their Parents, can For the first time the Library is C@US¢S and remedies, but it is 3 that the expenditure is to no der and by setting personal | % Rings, Lockets, Brooches, & |
A TEE prartise much more o& con ann sted i he Tobin when clear that a determined effort purpose until the School wre examples of unfailing good man-| & Identity Bangles, Tie Slides, }

their on” n i n teow ait until 1 there i "greet "aon S$ and greater must be made to bring about a properly staffed, and that means ners and cheerful goodwill S| % Cigarette Cases & Lighters |
p. , anc 0 Ve t Ss 2e access ¢ greate ses )

marked improvement. For I am increased annually recurrent ex- I said at the Exhibition yesterday, | %














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few weeks before the event to convenience even though light is og at the girls themselves penditure. f é sans ar ym sure th: m 7 is Bought from us | , 7 ~ aon ee

stir up enthusiasm and Keenness; very poor and artificial light often. will tespond if, they are taught dncreased burden. on the taxpayers) wish for no finer iibute. Let | % | My. eyes often used to smart and At the Club Jim said: “You're
arents' can assist us by seeing has to be resorted to, the right way, and, unless or un- since as was ylearly stated in Christ Church, with this fine | LOUIS L. BAYLEY fovea had nations, iekie’. oS aan wees aa ae
that the girls are bodily fit by “We ave deeply grateful to the ¢j] much stror r evidence is pro- the Five Year Plan, “contrary te school as its fount of inspiration | x | oe get a wae nim y not try Optrex?”
insisting on the right and ade- Governing Body and to our dpeed than has come before me so, popular belief, the Government lead the we But fi I would |} % of =

quate nourishment especially on Chairman Mr. Evelyn who was far, | shall refuse to believe that| has mo funds other than those request the Board of Governors to | 4 Bolton Lane '

games afternoons. Increase in ably supported by Mr, Deane, for “girls can’t count” | supplied by the people themselves, give the School a full holiday. | ¥o3656656906999969S599066",

physical alertness is always the work and time which they “The reports on the two other | except for grants received. from without homework, in honour of

accompanied by an_ increase in gave so freely to make conditions girls’ schools to which I have just| the United Kingdom.” It was this Speech Day

mental alertness. We, will con- of work easier and happie: referred show that Mathematics | s

tinue to our bit at this end, “Whilst on the subject of ex- jis not a popular subject, that too}

“We take this opportunity of tensions—We have been told from much work is being done by the





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saying thanks to Mr. Skeete for time to time of many plans, teacher, with repliés to question FUL
hllowing us the use of the school which have never come to frui- being given by a section of the! \
grounds at the Boys’ Found- tion. This year we are assured class in a mumbling chorus, That ' OFFER
ation School for practices in that in the Government Five-Year is no good at all Mathematies | O hi ’ |
preparation for the Inter-School Plan the girls department of the can be made interesting, but it | n Cc 1 ren S cuts | | \
Sports and to Mr. King for his New Foundation School is placed up to the teachers, by their own 9 Allri c id | : oN, aieat ” I said to Jim
co-operation and assistance in the high on the list of priorities for enthusiasm, personality, and hu- | ngs, ompacts, i wre | leter. “Piaaks to vee—eed Ongar!
semi-finals and finals of our Ath- capital works.” mour (which I regard as an im-| tity Bracelets, Cigarette Th never be whkeet fe again.”
letics, It would be an understatement portant element), to breathe lil h d ~—e oo
“You have heard of our suc- to say that we are growing more into fractions and decimal ane scratc es an } ; 8

J stimuls seenness us will .
cesses and failures in the class- and more impatient and cynical oa keenness among be

room and on the playing field, about these promises and plans PUPHS bul ‘ni | ENGRAVED

but these activities are not the which remain unfulfilled each steik Tn eee. eens | é :
only aims of our work here, they yea! Look up and around and “®pall ~ ee rigate wie | b
are aids to the main object of see if we have not cause for de- and fear that I am positively a rasions | FREE p
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: Sd . Sn 4 P of ee ‘ra dualified, “warned off” in fact,
education given in the School and spair at time Ss, but where there from giving advice in the matter
that is to send out girls who not is youth hope is high so we go

only possess certificates which the forward into another New Year Gratified |
outside world demands, but girls with renewed energies and rein- “IT was particularly gratified to | use | Y. De LIMA VE LOTION

who have developed balance and forced in spirit by this last assur-
soundness of character, a range ance of Government
of intelligent interests with a

; oxce ‘ys the error of supposing that book

desire to widen that range, the His Excellency said he et PP g th re ‘ °
ower t reciate beaut sivls “IT have not previously had the learning is the beginning and enc

tet le Pe tl ers aUtY, iris pleasure of visiting thi School, Of education, and commend the

who are courteoys considerate > ,

but I have looked forward to Board of Governors, Headmistres

note that at this School the
Headmistress has not fallen into |

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and tolerant. doing so, both because my wife and staff on the efforts which they and at Marine Gardens Sens —- 8 focntineaay
ik from the daily training jad commented most favourably are making t imulating it ; THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC - designed eyebath. @

which each girl receives thes€ on the deportment and demeanour est in Librar books, sport, art, | -

qualities and interests are devel- of the girls during her previous music, handwork, visits tothe SarE* Non Potsonous

oped in the Library which has a yisit and because Sir Alfred Sav- Museum, and, most important to

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reasonably good supply of books age had told me about the home- my mind, Guiding, to mould Dorsn’t PAIn

and magazines, in the Music, Art |y atmosphere that prevailed in character and turn out complete Dogesn’t STAIN
and Handwork classes, by visits the School and that, on that ac- citizens of whom parents and the

to the Museum where a series of count, he took time off during the Island will alike be prouc
lectures on varying subjects such very busy period immediately be- “If I were in Miss Innit shoes
as “Maps”, “The Story of the fore his departure from the Island I would stare the frustration

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: (From Our Own Correspondent) @ from page 1 ossible if the U.N :
j The Hon. H. D. Shillingford, member of ‘Legislative the world, ‘Two oo the Ae ry leve .
" : ion by other t Ing nat ivi achieve
ge e0uncil, and who among others wil] be in England durin : ee eer ini ak Ath todd ait
. . 7 : Payee policies conducive to the expan- plus on i verseas accoul
: the Coronation of Her Majesty the Queen in June n¢ sion of world trade. Three, the The U.K. Government has, h fw



availability of adequate financial ever, undertaken to make a special bu
support “through the International effort to provide additional capi- wr

; aa has been chosen to represent Dominica at the Corona-
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: g n Domini ca Monetary Fund or otherwise.” tal for Commonwealth develop- i ‘
to He: Majesty on the occasion. ‘ ; ment provided the receiving coun- co
Me Allan [. Morais, F.R.SS., United States and West Euro- try devotes an adequate part of its i ‘ n
statistician of the Caribbean Com- ire s pean pe eng of this men will own resources to useful develop- —
» who is on fact finding W ‘ F | be sought as soon as possible ment projects. |
or isto 2 fact Sndin oman Fine _ The Conference stressed that the "This outflaw: of capital from the Swedish boy W
in the Windward and Lée- 4. ah , ¢ oa a no intention of United Kingdom, however, won't H :
a view to ~ I . W a seeking the creation of a discrim- be allowed to debase British stan en
ing and ss iarehalcs or ounc Ing — * inatory etonomic bloc Its ap- ards of sivinaes” - Shia aim is aie rock to the } } j
$ and practices in the e Namen ‘ F ‘ sphere ? . e whole range of sub- that it should be made possible . ’ ” : : .
s, is at present in Dominica, . His W Mr..G. B. Griffith, js . ‘ ) on the following principles, '8°@ through an increase of productior pA ings oe ae
I > Magistrate of Dis- pS Ag. ca : i ‘ nse sOMOWINg Principles, The Commonwealth is deter- bale failed t54 Miaka : 7
“A: yesterday fined 43- . ) One, inte: mined to create conditions which mee pI ist 39 mon a "7















é He is not at all satisfied w itht : rnal economic policies
ty Sie i@ractice in these colonies o i i domestic servant Ermie designed to curb inflation and Wi!!! encourage overseas invest-| self discovered in et ‘ ew elem
ri g young unqu: ks Greenidge of Reef Road, St. Mi- ises in the cost of living should Ment in the sterling area. The| ‘
fe ment statist hael >} 7 ay" 9 ee ’ 7 . U.K. Governme decision re €
- Pr statisticia chael £1 1 o be paid in 21 be steadily followed. Two, sound . ae ae
a * this was not in d one month’s imprison- economic development should be ®@Pding repatr of capital if I ’ I Pure t
€ Ss of the i with } i labour for wound- encouraged With the object of in- Profits Bd fore vee | ie Ride f “Mischr
: meant work " wdan on her had — reasfng productive strength the ster ang Sree? ied as she ag ae
® and which could not | e- iron stake on Dec. 10. hs a, mi d competitive power, providing vill heed ee a all n
upon, E. W. King attached to — - : employment and raising standards “in, 0° Ganon tO Us end weed on} The luminosity of an elect ¢ ie it f
the week Mr. Morais Police Station prosecuted * oe ~ 5 ev of life, Three, multilateral 4) 0 ie Saw iaheenidinnial actions i ital ait icp en , be: . tate
two public lectures, On Police while Greenidge ia ae plat a z de and payments system should desigt ed to ensure the st lity of | tPodes are imy at ! : 4 !
Neg Mesday nig he oke ot is not represented. The prosecu- = ‘i 7 ve extended over the widest poss- ma ; P = : - rl s
‘ ~ 1 . m ° t eG pr i hl te ind and ices [k sterling |< ulphat ‘ t } : t
ae we work In tl ti e tion called on four witnesses to PLAYING WITH A SLIPPER, Baerbel Suefke of Bad Segeberg, Ger: re oe urea commoditic 2 : , :
® . + ade , sales Cte takes a wondering look os many, The application of these prin- ;
ie 2d the history of prov case a ering look at the outside world after spending the first ciples will require individual _!¢ Prime Ministers devided t
7 i ¢ ¢ ’ , ee gee ee 3) ; 4 t s ire in g 7 ; ; 7
‘ vi from earliest times to, un he court that while @ight years of her life locked in a small attic room, Hidden from birth action by Commonwea¥h Govern- “®t &h machinery for calling joint } Mischmetall is used yt make
ig. mpresent day. In early times She , vas passing the Reef Road by her mother, the child weighed only 18 pounds, was 22 inches tall, ments, co-operation among them consultations to consider emerg- |
3 only transactions were ©" De 10 in ) th

met Greenidge, nd could not walk or talk when found is viata : : ; . ency action in the event of rap- lighter flints of wh LCI, produc m
: F y British Zone authorities, and internafional action with other j4)" °° y =, ny .
and he was interested which ended in She mother is being held for neglect. (International Radiophoto) trading nations—particularly the ‘ly developing conditions of suv | millions every year {

> ara esa J e se rushe 1 . ) Pa tage of cx 10 es
the bare necessities of inte Shae hens se aes rt he a patente -——— United States and Western Europe oe oa ae ae ti ei sole ‘
ood, clothing and shelter. ; Ase and came back and existing international o1 rere, fen Verniguongs wee,
there is compl ganizations.

x inter- ‘ ed with an iron stake oren! > Foun,
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st Vv iy bly four inches lons fi milk serves is as yet too low to warrant th 1 > .
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of City Magistrate ne ere also several bruises He said that there were even _ehoone I yn DR, Gita M, any substantial relaxation of re- j¢ new raw materials .
y Magistrate, opened , 1 cases on record re hildren E. ¢ Philip H. Davidson, strictions on imports from outside found miCrIOlS. Were
last Friday morning He ind’ on" the head ,. died from drinki Ae of dtu a ee the sterling area. “i U.S. Cong :
les Mr. T. A, Boyd who had Ad aie head was fected aula ae of iss Motor | Vessels:—1 B. Radar, Lady — J.S. Congressional Commit-
acting in that capacity "F ed % - Se — et : ged. were isolated cases Beye oy ARRIVALS There was general agreement '°¢ Of Inquiry was set up and
Mr. E. St. Bernard quitted AIAE i xy Set. K De. NU on the vital need to expand the it was found that not only could
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§ an ee " PA 1 ing from the affected area. . W. L. E bininios directly or indirectly contribute to é é Ureau of Stand
t mis - outbreak of Foot PLACED ON BOND ’ wee SS Coror vineant 7 the improvement of the area’s bal- 4rds, the resultant products beins
he h eRe Ree in Martinique, " Among the precautionary meas- Seawell ance of payments, subjected to every known test for
he Government of Dominica Fifty - six ~ year - old Ethel ures taken are a “stand still” ordet pieibinen sae wen rhe communique points out that Comparison with standard new
wing measures to ensure that Miller of Eckstein Village, on animals, not only from Mar- Fer Puerto Rico: ; ; development of “basic essentials” Print. Printing tests were carried
disease does not spread to Michael was yesterday placed on tinique, but from other colonic DCH ER 1TH has on occasion been impeded by Out by the U.S. Government
Poor - in - livestock island, a bond for six months in the sum Where the disease is likely to exist ‘ F ; ne N ! a 1. Rtchey. another development of a le Printing Office, after which
About twenty passengers who °f £10 by His Worship Mr. E. A. and restrictions on the importat pial ae EMBER 10TH sound and permanent kind which Special panel of newsprint exe
d by schooner from Guade- McLeod, Police Magistrate of Dis- of certain materials coming fro1 G. Y s G. Cuthbert, has overtaxed countries’ resources CUtives gave their opinions of the
on Saturday were disin- trict ‘A” for the unlawful 4ffected area Beat ( ood, C. Grell, E. and failed to contribute to the M@W paper. Not only was the Bye :
at the Customs before Possession of a quantity of starch. Te : Grell, M. Grell, K. Cart HW. Maclean, 1 ding of thelr economic 2@W Paper superior in quality to Everyone who flies KLM is treated like “one in a
allowed to move on, This Miller was seen walking with i ae at ook eee a COLONIES Wege; Gill, J. Fereira, G. Jenings, strength the present new pr int, but blend million” always... but right now, low Thrift Season
i a testes ¢ t ag stare —2aw & sale ‘ all adopter tringent meas- yy Nothr k McKenzie 1. O'Neil The i vee sruminda ed with other pu t bee; . t " « »
ution had to be taken as it 4 bag of starch on Bay Street, St. ures to prevent the introduction 2 ¢ ?), Gasenene and ss Oarenn che Fame Ministers recognise, ai, to: the Se aaah f Fares emphasize that feeling of well-being. You save
pught that the disease might Michael by Police Constable jnto ae tocar tenia v | ower Anitgus however, that in certain Common- ‘ « nanufacture oO to $100 ‘ i ;
travelled to Guadeloupe as Bradshaw of the Bridge Police py Proverbs poi a ac : peat. ECEMBER 11TH ealth countries—and particularly an : — Pp ne l up to, on round trips to Murope
two French islands are in Station : eee eee c k rT. Grace ete ir the colonies development 1@ world is also faced with a
, Sle Ss al 7 * convenient whict nigh } 7 ' ,
close contact, This disin- When asked how he got the ¢ isa 1 te Sr ( a i divi it Is , DFt aaaaneee 10TH plans have been or are being made fics ize of suitable timber fot THRIFT SEASON — NOV. 1 to APRIL 1
F “we ee ey ’ ; Sues ) One two In quails 13 D ~mphe Z t " taw's . ». the manufacture of newsprint
of travellers fri ,e Starch, Miller was unable to give 1eglizible â„¢ a wit hat it E. I W. Jeffre nd Ro Wilson. to provide r some basic improve on cs 5 Se ee. ree . ? ct eo ae
RR gee ss mn the a onsunahleo eoeiinin g ne gligi uf compared with what it oy gi rents ment in the standards of living The supply of bagasse available, Any way you look at it, Thrift Season is the perfect
ch islands will continue un- xplanation, would cost the community should ‘ } . .
it is certain that the disease there be an outbreak’ it the Zs) CHAS W dh oy SARE RANG Grant. which is necessary foundation a vever,.1s ample. to. take .care time to visit Europe, Kudget-wise... big savings. Pun
d s é é . sease > & jutbreak i > a . , . we é i ‘ “ds ® ¢ Pry
fF been wiped out in these G nt od ul island. n, E. Byam, B. Wheele Mh further genomis de ve lopmen 0 at meres ee et a wise unlimited. ‘Theatres, nightctubs, winter
bic es ran Le eeler da L. Horne Some social investment is also : quoted ex-| : a : “ts 7 se
or test d 1 = saa In consequence of the outbreal ARRIVALS By BW.LA urgently needed in more developed tracts from the of§cial report on sports, just everything is in full swing. Take that trip
he greatest danger lies in the Oo A a) . : : ; anaes a ‘ Prom Trinidad ‘untries ~speciall t the US, test nd add “The f a lifetime ». Fly KLM to Bur .
F oan in Martinique, the Governor-in- 7 " : countries, especially those that : S and a ; of a lifetime now VK oO Murope
t traffic between Dominica if dministration secistivin he n tower 0 SS a DEC EMBER 1TH aiack. have a rapidly increasing popula- significant paragraph refers to ,
these islands, and the land- i : +15 nee EN Sein aaeaghinhe ateta be fe re eer et ah tion, Cuba and the Caribbean area KLM offers all this with Thrift Season Savings
of passengers from these n the Court of Ordinary yes- that “every person arriving in this Bl : V Blackb R. Legge, The Commonwealth countries that means the West Indies. If * 4 fligt kly f hee bt
Inds at unauthorised» points of eee: His Lordship the Chief Guona ‘bs dw, re pig OS May filler, A Walcott T. Ast 1 D will finanee much of this devel- we do not make use of the é ig his weekly from the Caribbean
y. The Administrator has en ihe Sir fae Collymore gtant-swhich has called at or cleared MMuKeen’ we zurtiags and Mo flaga. Opment from their own internal bagasse available in’ such tre * Choice of northern or southern routes
out an appeal to the public Vieirg a Mount Hin te ai Silva from any port or airport in a pro- DECEMBER 10TH resources, The flow of capital mendous quantities in tee Carib * SleepAir and SleeperService available
wang its support in govern- widow for letters of adie inisten? hibited country shall on ltendir %, tae if vee): oe . 2 2s from London “for sound develop- bean area, undoubtedly the * Stopovers en route at no extra fare
, . W Ww, tters g linistra- | oe " 1s) . a. See a . ent” 1c iine ) In ad States \ P LP. ; : ;
ht’s efforts to stop the illicit tion extn testemento ahnexo-to the Ste ae —, dire for R. § I 1, P ind Ment” will maintained but this United State will B.ULP. * Luxurious DC-6 and DC-6B airliners
. M : sinfec z himself as th ns} - th loyland 7
ee I t =~ H estate of John’ Da. “Silva, | also he ok AA seats ll : ect.” From gua * De Luxe and Tourist Class service
youlc ye tragic’, is on- k Animé all dire

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lerton, St. George The Regulatior state he From erto Rico ‘4 '
m this further setback to our His Lordship adn 2k . oa : : Spéer, G. Speer. N. Phillips, A
q c S Lordship admitted the wills. that Wolff, M. Eve M. Pils
mrts to correct the present of the following to probate It shall not be lawful to land in A. } ia hn eat Me Catia: t,, Cia BUILT FOR For full information cai
eity of livestock. Joseph A. Hinds, St. Michael, and this Island without th» permi n G. Brathwaite A. Brathwaite, P. | S$. P. MUSSON, SON & CO.
Edward N. Bishop, Christ Church. of the Inspector of Animal SS ycga i hemmibamante Blan Te ia eh ag apes Tol, 4613





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if t Queen s Park pronounced decree absolute in the eae r aera? ‘°A Film City”’

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er > exhi “g arly : om : article or other thing which from page 1 Distribute.
‘ : aoe exiipiucn aoe early Decree nisi was pronounced on has been in contact with nh, ery a ro ne +
Sy see poo’ ar es October 10 any uch carg¢ utensil Terry Ash sated i said on h arri
_cleared and workmen Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., instruct- article or thing ap’ afore. coe i i



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the work was completed by mid- for tion or and to have an opportunity of TRUCK & BUS TYRES
é I 3 ener aaa petitioner, ' (c) any cargo, vessel, utensil, Alnine the, beauty aha letateut-c
g * is Lordship pronounced decree » or ot thing whic uming tne peauty an ° :
pT Park House was soon nisi in the suit KL aah artinle jother thing which she islands, He said he would b ECKSTEIN BROS., BAY STREET, Distributors
Beleared of the exhibits, and the caYed K. L, Murphy, petitioner, ship or aircvaft which has arriving in Grenada on Saturday
ing of pensions took place in and E. L. Moe (or Murphy), re- called at r cleared fron would be returning to work it
be band stand. pondent. any port or airport in a Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday
Se Exhibits of ground provisions, Decree absolute was pronounced prohibited country. Monday and Tuesday.
den vegetables, etc., were in the suit W. L. Austin, petitioner (a) Any cargo, vessel, article or Mr. Ashwood said that the
ckly sold and exhibits of i G. G. Austin, respondent. other thing r te » chief concern was to show to t
mactors and other types of en- Decree nisi was pronounced on landed in accc world the unique things, the
es were taken away. October 24, the provisions pré- cinating local industries, and tb





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The Annual Harvest Festiva: a ; aria oe ae to the various Tourist Boards
DECEMBER 12, 1952 5 “s held at Bethel anded CSaIU; ‘ int nd .
Re es tie Buying Dervices willbe held at Bethel 1311 i¢ so required by the Inspec- Hotel Association hich p
s on Methodist Church tomorrow, 4 tor be disinfected in such manner giving every assistance to the c
ie u nO: S058 11 a.m. the service W S be co" and at such places as the Inspector unit in the production of the : r :
aU oim pr. ducted / y Rev. F. ivian ‘| shall direct films. Can hel ou ; ; .
3 p.m., the young people of ’
J pr 68 Sunday School will render the , “, .
i s 68.1% pr Cantata ranks ‘to God.” ut} , Your back is sore and you feel tired and just plain miser i as »
gg cal 7 in 8 » T J, Purley wiil a n dh ) able! The cause of such trouble is often UNHEALTHY Tt mitt
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CLASSIFIED ADS. |_PUmete SARBS. ) OFFICIAL ‘SALE. | ee a Se for COMFO
i BARBADOS, or
i ' . . . . i ’ I
ee _TELEPHONE 2508 REAL ESTATE IN ‘THE ASGISTANT Covet | Three. Your Course of Training in Domestic Salemes ie CONTENTNM
OF APPEAL | pplications are invited under the Barbados Government Trainin, . .
, 2 > ‘e- 7 : ;
FOR RENT } FOR SALE “TL AMIGe. Rende be lune en bun tan RAROLD “ARTHUR Ln | Scheme from Teachers in the Government (Elementary) Teaching
i a ] M iS “ . : ant
“ a -- Gedrge Butting on lands of HH ania - : P e.| Service for a three-year scholarship tenable at a Domestic Science
HOUSES Goring Charles Pilgrim and Hubert LITCHFIELD aagacoe re! so College in the United Kingdom. *
aii White and on Gun il or further . . fendan ‘ . ;
- ! ANTOMOTIVE particulars apply Carrington & Sealy, ae heey siven that by v.rtue} Applicants should possess a School Certificate of a recognised
A RAC T =MA y cas e setown ar . 2 mist ’ SOU of; x ne ce aie a 7 . inary
nia ey ee roe LODERN | Lucas Street, Bridgetowr 6.12.52--1n, | APPeal dated the hk a ars, 8 University Examining Board (or passes in five subjects at Ordinary
from the S , k f | CAR—Morris-Oxford, good as new ilps eel agi od in be eet unggee ale to' Level in the General Certificate of Education), the Certificate B of the
a £3 @ -' Geese : : bis - Ae ata a e highes er at the the j ;, j
rer 1042 ae ee es: Seen ee Perey é eee au an a8 Clerk of the Assistant Court of Soom Department of Education and have successfully completed a six-
—— ———__—_. - —— anes sie . rer bh hide square feet and 12,072 square feet situ. eae eae Beideesgsrn between | months’ course of training at the Housecraft Centré. Knowledge of
‘LAT 1s ‘ " : ‘ Pr Ar : m ated ¢ 2 a oon a o'ele mn
i eras Orteea hes See din, ere niin Se a ek Aen Sue Wren Toren, MOaRep the afternoon on Friday, the ‘2tn day | a Science Subject will be an advantage.
2958.53—t.2-n feinearnay & Ge. ton ae COTTLE CATRORN & Co . ina At THAT CERTAIN sles Applications should be submitted to the Director of Education so
= - 13.12.52 3r 2.52— Gn. : Si —
PARAWAY—faly {urnianed ben- Z aoe sie stg bua ibaney | pestel ot lend , atu at vaex-| as to reach him not later than the 10th of January, 1953. J, R, LMBUE & CO., LTD—Ageats
on house, ui) ™ rhting | 150 Velox — in good ec ion HOUSE--Situated on the ac . ¢ parish of Saint Michael .n | sos - ‘ 2 * ;
SOIL Wareerella ka ee ee en Slo eee Ot a taethea ack te fe eink Pe ene CME te elbisimeberihah Training Course in the Education of Young Children
Servant rooms. Monthy rent 900 plus | “in. | Telephone 8137 or 4611 "| two roods or thereabouts abutting and Applications are invited under the Barbados Government Training
$3: cieansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial} ————————________-- scan 12 12.52—t.4.n, |2eunding on lands of the estate of| ‘ * - ;
4376 : Lilse—tan.| Car—Humber super Snipe, in quite|- - SE LER [Rebecca Forbes deceased on lands ot| Scheme from Teachers in the Government (Elementary) Teaching
Ric ee J # 1 sail i sina : 1 . Sr 1 one Tull on lands of Adinah athwaite | ize . . RIMES : ‘ ; ‘ as
WEGRAVIN — Pulls Maredshied tad: |chevBece and apeee power, tak Gore KL LCSE 18 10, with shedroot- and feng on a road @ver which there “a''§ | Service for a one-year scholarship tenable at the University of Dur-| Speen
> y , ase anc ai power, this car is chen. Apply E. W, Maloney, Chancery | tight of wae to. th t Piadipren at Withace follow s : training in the Educa- a>
toom house, Crane coast Doub'e Garage; admirably suited to conversion to af Lane, Ch. Ch 12.12. 58—I1n. | EGwever clae the same eon my a ae am Institute of Education to follow a course of training in the ca
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water- Pick-up or Hearse. COLE & CO.,, ———_— Y abut an i ,
taiil supply. Monthiy rent $7* plus ¢3 11.12.52—3n.] The, undersigned will offer for sale at I anteuls tion of Yours Gpilenen: ini Order Early
clepning Charge, IN| ADVANCE. D.al! ———-__ jm —————-—— |their office No. 17 High Street, Bridge-| jiece or parcel ad hoi cutee Applicants must have successfully completed a course of training The M/V “MONEKA will accept
“76. 2.11.52—t.f.n HiLLMAN STATION WAGON-—Only |town, on Friday, the 19th day of De- “ ‘ ind situate at Jack- Erdiste ~ i r Ae in he Di ti f ~~ r. Cargo and Passengers for Dom-
a i et a 5 the parish ot Samt Miciaci iw | 4t Erdiston College and should submit applications to the Director o EF X as . a :
~ oo 16,000 mites. Owner driven. Appearance |cember at 2 p.m, ae i or Am inica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
OFFIC Goal, spactouh, 1 feason- | good os new. Perfect working order, 4s) 3ie. jeseesge- er dwellinghouse ows freee te seen by admeasurement | Education so as to reach him not later than the 10th of January, 1953. : and St. Kitts, Sailing Friday 12th
Oh eeieed.. Gniy tio more ava labic BRADSHAW & COMPANY., ‘]as HEMPSTEAD with the land therelo| vignt saunee feet ae trumaied and thirty | 13.12.52—2n, «) ORDERS TAKEN for— inst
K. R. Hunte & Co,, Ltd., Lower Broad 6.12.52-—t.f.n, ,belonging, containing 2 acres, 3 roods, 23} ing bounding on lande at wee nee Ree “¢ a
Street TAD B26 perches or thereabout, situated at Hinds- |on° lands. of Meunect ilnam ae, sso Minced Pie, Plum Pudding, The M/V “CARIBBEE” will
~ —- TOUCK.-V-8 Ford Truck, 1940. Apply }bury Road, Saint Michael, oe ‘ i = ¥Y On a roac ich C: , i) ss " accept Cargo and Passengers for
UNFURNISHED Cottage, five small |x "W' Maloney, Chancery Lane, Ch. Ch. | The dwellinghouse ‘contsing, Verandah, ever snob there. is a rant of way to Applications are invited, under the Barbados Government Train- Rich om. ae — Picniniaa T Aatank Meee ieoeead
rooms ater onclose {are ool | s 2 a gt a pl ¢ vac o So a - 5 Ss. . ‘ / in r $ s, Sz ns
Ceised chnind digas Cth santinet a mcc tace ye iS weahiome Sele tt ana xoom, | or however else the same may abut and!ing Scheme, from local Nurses for a Scholarship commencing (sub- ys ‘ : Pg gob ig he Rhea Weal
Vacant now. D.al 2949 13.12.52—1n| TRACTOR AND ENGINE—One (1) Garage, servants’ rooms and water mill. | pound and jf mot then sold the said {ject to satisfactory arrangements being made for acceptance of the erments* Siratiotyds :
teeter RRNES RES yrds ‘ Tractor like ( Inspee any ds a S J se gale on e€ - s : ’ , sc Z INE .
TO APPROVED TENANT yord 140. V3. fngine pie! aes eopitation onthe aie noon on sueceeding Friday between the same | selected candidate into an appropriate Hospital in the United King- Dial 2649. = ag SOCIATION ano)
BUNGALOW--On coast; For one year, | Howard King, Porey Spring, St. ‘Thomas. COTTLE, CATFORD & CO ene than ne tas ne ony ym |dom) in September, 1953, to undergo suitable training, to qualify for
Delightful surroundings, ‘all convenien 12,12, 52—2n 11.12,52—8n “4 m a : : ae ie ; y id ra 2, - 4 1 Mrs. ROMAN and Consignee, Dial 4047
ces, English Indy, weil furnishéd. per- | — aia ute, air eienatectasaeiee miata Be ol ro SN | £83, 6. 8 the post of Assistant Matron and Sister Tutor at the Mental Hospital. SHAW be
manent home, Suitable 2—8 pe . No RETREAT v Dated this 9th day of December, 1952 The selected candi@ute will be Saath, Mrs. W. H. BRADSH . 6.12.52
children, Phone 8350 or. Box XX. C/o ELECTRICAL, HASTINGS ROAD opposite Ocean F. G. TALMA, 1e selected candidate wi required :— ;
Advocate Advtg. Dept a SATIRAT TRSTERD — Dial aueneen te” ee walang closed verandah, Clerk | of ae ey hela ke lL. to take a three year course in General Nursing leading
3.12 3 , as $ zh ds tw bli , fe b : ae es strat i : » eligi i *
< {Battery Testers and Polarity tdieators. etc. Mand. kitchen. Very ee ee 13.12.52—3n to state Registration if not already eligible for registra ;
WANTED puttaple for, Garages | cle. Dial 3878. fconversion inta separate apartments, and } ~~ (eee tion in the United Kingdom.
aCosta é mo. Ltd., eowiea Bh saa ae on 12,870 sq. ft. of valuable BARBADOS ; 9 to take a one year course leading to the Mental Nursing
- — — ~—=— 5S ee uilding land. ° < a » 0 7 $ a 1B :
WANTED TO RE en er ee ee Water and electric light services: Certificate
Furnished one bedroom Bargalow with | GARRARD—3-Speed Automatic Record |Garage and “servants rooms OFFICIAL NOTICE se eee ai ofa ibentns Moemttal in ts ;
Cooking Utensils. Gentleman alone. St Guanes ae gMaves an limited Dial 8242 for arrangement to inspect. } 3 to serve one year on the staff of a Mental Hospital in the fi
Michael or St. Lawrence. Write Box K, | dusntity. Cc. Ss. Ma a . ees. a The undersigned w-.ll_ offer — the IN THE ASSISTANT COURT United Kingdom to gain experience and then proceed OUTWARLD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
ee ee ae wtnoncenecenses EET OOTY, fOr sabe ty publts cossmetition OF APPEAL to train for Sister Tutor’s. Certificate
8.12 52— ——— ¥ re or ste r’s ay" nate
ease Riccio agian ae ean | REVRIGERATONG — Canadian ¥rigid- Metiowinr. sie’ Denke uae’ (Equitable Jurisdiction) : 7. ; tei ; : Vessel From Leaves Due
PERSONAL aire, made by General Motors with 5- COTTLE, CATFORD & CO HAROLD ARTHUR MARSHALL The minimum educational qualification will be a pass in the a Barhadas
% year guarantee. Only a limited quantity sr Salleliors, —Plaintiff. | oo . Cer ate or equivalent exami 7 3
pee ee Sree a oe thkas oahined, Call aa ae aTore \HAROLD LITCHFIELD MALONEY Schoo! Certificate or equiva ent examination ; x S.S. “SCHOLAR” 7 ee 17th Nov, 17th Dec
(The public are hereby warned against|HUNTE & CO., LTD, Dial 5136 Ss cis toielhteact etal 5 —Defendant Candidates who are eligible for registration in the United King-|$.S. “PLANTER” London 30th Nov. 14th Dec
giving credit to any person or eatebhe 7.12,52—6n. IN pursuance of an Order in th.s Court | 4 i who have had at least five years post registration Nurs S.S. “CROFTER” Pater ae: : ; ;
whomsoever in my name as 16 ‘ —-—- - ----—--- ~~ + riches AUCTION in the above action made on the sth} COM ana wi ave had at leas years post registratior rsing oe . Glasgow and :
hold myseif respons.ble sor Gheace any of ee 1952, I give notice to} experience will be preferred. _ _ Liverpool 3rd Dec 16th Dec.
contracting any debt or debts in. my FURNITURE AUCTION SALE OF TRUCK Meas ta of bic hee of tei, Applications giving age, qualifications and previous experience,| 5S: “GEOLOGIS1 - Liverpool and
name unless by a written order siitned I have been instructed by the B’dos | affecting: * ; nected h 7 s fae Sr ete ee Newport 5th Dec. 19th Dec
y me eek ion i ms Regiment to sell by public auction at} SIRAT ALL THAT CERTAIN. piece should be forwarded to the Director of Medical Services so as to eect vases cosgloeii edge sania ceeiadinaenatials
*LYDE E TAYLOR, CHAIRS — Upright Chairs all in|the Garrson on Thursday next 18th} or parcel of land situate at Jacksons! reach him not later than the 10th January, 1953. HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
Salters, bo aa Mahogany $10 up, Rockers $20, Morrig | December at 2 o'clock one (1) three ton|in the parish of Saint Michael in thia 6.12.52—2
am. | Chairs $30 each at Joiners’ Shop, School | Node Truck. Cote onr. Island containing by admeasurement two arene Vessel For Closes in
LIQUOR LICENSE - | Gap, Hindebury Road, 13.12. 52--2n. Gav Annee * roods or thereabouts abutting and bound- r bad
ENSE NOTICE Sees aioe ene " i312 oo ing on lands of the estate of Rebecca | ‘ " A - “ ti - Bar os
wane applic ation of Stuart & Sampson } ee -12.52—4n. | Forbes deceased on lands of one Tull on One-Year Diploma Course of Training in the specialised S.S. “TEMPLE BAR -. London 12th Dec.
Lid., of Roebuck Street, St, Michael, LIVESTOCK See lands of Adinah Brathwaite and on a teaching of backward and retarded children
r permission to sell Sp.rits, Malt road over which there is a right of way For further information apply to - - -
Liquors, &c,, at a board and shingled PI HLIC NOTICES to the public road or however else the Applications are invited under the Barbados Government Train-
shop attached to residence at Pilgrim CALVES “Well bred calves from same may abut and bound-- ¥ sche . face sa as “ 7 are = s
Road, Christ Church within District “B.” {self-contained herd’ Dayrelle” Dairy | --—— aoe AND SECONDLY ALL THAT certgin|iNg Scheme from teachers in Government Elementary Schools for DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Agents
ee OL ALwa of December, 1952.| Farm. Dial 3987. 10,12.58-5n. NOTICE mene & orn yi i oe af ae two scholarships tenable at the University of London Institute of
, hs — poyenteteennenainnoneeneetlloet i f arish of Sa chael in : wet , y
GE = GULL, RACE-HORSES—The following race- this Island containing ty admeasurement | Education covering one academic year of training in the teaching of
it BAe cation ry pPBucant.|horses landed in Trinidad, at £800], NOTICE is hereby given that the) three thousand four hundred and thirty | educationally sub-normal children. ’
~—This application wl be con-|Tohamia, Arabian Girl, Indian Gift, | Transfer Books of the Company will be]eight square feet or thereabouts abut- ‘ :
sidered at 4 Licensing Court to be held|Kgyptian Gift, Admirals’ Delight, Medi- ¢losed from the 16th day of December | ting and bounding on lands of one The successful candidates will be required to enter the Institute
at olice Court, District “B" on Tuesday |terranean, Likely, Fary Falls, Sabre, 1952, until the 29th day of December | Sobers on lands of Hubert Maloney on}, 4), beginning of the 1953-54 session
Pek Gay. of December, 1952, at|Pebblestone, Sister Emma, Royal eres Ams home bar 4 fpctaaive.. aed ee - fond —_ whieh ‘bas " a right ot & OF ; os ~ s ' ' ‘
-% Sunbayna, Delusion, Cordwainer, Bobbie eee e Board o irectors, ay e public road and on public andic s must have had at least ten years’ teaching experience
Cc, L. WALWYN, Burns, Okami, Nintdelys. At &350— WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO, LTD., |road or however else the may | . ‘ ae z »
Police Magistrate, Dist. “i” | Huslewoods Deinilo, Pull Alown, Bridge, 1H. CORBIN, [abut and Round to being Before me an} @nd must hold a teachers’ certificate from @ recognised training STEAMSHIP’ COMPANY, INC
3.12 ©. | Flawless Pearl. At £450—Lime Tree, Secretary, account 0} neir sa.d elaims with their | institute Fi
pie ne set nchcance: REA noe Ake NNO Moral Limes 12.12,52—4n, | witnesses, documents and vouchers, to]? a i hould. 5 id 1
O LICENSE NOTICE |Clover Breaking Wave. At £650—Casey | ——-————______-_-_—-— | be _ examined by me on any ‘Tuesday, pplieations should be addressed to the Director of Education . r ~
The application of Duncan Shepherd Junior Apply to Oo. P. Bennett, Southern NOTICE or Friday between the hour ve bs noon} and should reach the Education Office not later than the 10th of CANADIAN SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
of Pilgrim Land, Christ Church, for|D2ity, San ferrando, Trinidad and 3 o'clock in the aftern on, at the 7 8
a ‘ q = rn » “he the Assistan t arv 58
perm ssion to sell’ Spirits, Malt Liquors, Sia be--0ni | Ownere of ‘graves at the Wenttgr lect of Atel at te Guu thee ee ee SOUTHBOUND KIM ALCOA CORONA KIM
&c., at a wooden and galvanized shop tee] ee Cemetary are respectively asked to have Bridgetown, before the 25th day of 6.12.52—2n PARTNER
with shed-roof attached at, Pilgrim Land, them cleaned up for the coming festi-| Popruary 1983, in order that such claims eae \
Be iM cit eae oh i pel MECHANICAL ve may be ranked according to the nature], Bae. bs. ST. JOHN : 29 Nov 20 Dec. 5 Jan. 19 Jan,
To C. I WAL WYN Ee ecember, 1962, 2 o BULLEN, and priority thereof respectively: other- | Teachers’ Scholarships to the University College of the West Indies HALIFAX 6 Dee. 26 Dec. 9 Jan. 23 Jan.
4 4 eat satin eee —— ~ upt. & Treasurer wise such persons will be precluded Applications for scholarships th cat ala 7 y ARR. BARBADOS 21 Dec, 7 Jan. 20 Jan. 6 Feb,
for Applicant ee Se eee ace ee 13.12.52—30 | from the benefit of the said Decree, and Stnav ppiica s for scholarships of three years’ duration at the
< ran on, little used; head light an 7 be deprived of all clam on or against niversity College of the West Indies <¢ , ar > ‘he ¢ Limited Passenger Accommodation Available
N bog : 2 , _[eondition, ti ‘ J +8 pe depriv E sity ailege of the West Indies are invited under the Barbados
iB; This applieation will Be con-} pump, Tel. 2470 13.12,52—2n. NOTICE the said property. a vevnient. “ies oe taerd ens ay ain anaer
at Police Court, District “B” on Tuesday Claimants are also notiffed that they | 7OVernmen raining Scheme from Teachers in the Government For further information apply: Da COSTA & CO., LTD.; Phone 2122.
‘he aaet day” of Decertber, O62 at BICYCLE—One Hobbs of Barbican] With reference tq an advertisement | must attend the said Court on Wedn¢s-|(Elementary) Teaching Service who have successfully completed a
Theater ane 0 ecermiber, 1 » 4t] Racing Cyele in good condition. Appl¥: [appearing in the Bafbados Advocate on|day, the 25th day of February, 1953, f a E 4 eS € § ress y Pp. 8
1 ee H. O. Edwards c/o Messrs. Gardiner | Friday, December 5th 1952. der the|10 o’clock a.m. when their said claims};COUrse Of training at Erdiston College.
Cc. L. WALWYN f : , under WW YORK VICE
Austin & Co, Ltd. 13.12.52—2n. “ s ’ conan at ‘ : ; EVE UR WE
Police Magistrate, pin. ils a ae Hx; Weng nace te a are rh ee sence ey ade ae ly day of Applicants must have passed the London Matriculation examina- NE mR SER ( RY FO ERS)
kn ae neces pee gear GaGa Aan unreservedly withdraw, wt the offer December, 1852. ater ata tion, or gained exemption therefrom, and must forward their Certifi. SOUTHBOUND ALCOA ALCOA ALCOA ALCOA
. acticalls J y om mentione ” at advertisement as we i y ember, "leg $s wi rir ¢£ ot} r , , E PEGASUS Ss P NTE
Ue. Small “Croton” near Esso Service Station, Jare advised that such an offer 4s illegal, Fa. TALMA. cates with their applications. They should consult the current Year ee eee eee 5 Sereeaaee
OFFICIAL SALE FEE ERONEy. oS ee S. NICHOLLS & SONS, Clerk Of the es ens Book of the University College of the West Indies and then state in }» NORFOLK = a
Sr y eal, E ; . 7 B MO} 2 5
agente fOr dad alley «aoe oF Appia 52 in, {their letters of application the subjects they propose to read during NOW von Fo Bn a5 ae a aoe
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT POULTRY ——- —___—_____ —— nen their final degree courses. No course will be approved unless the Arr. B'DOS. 7 Jan 7 Mar. 4 Apr.
ieauitauie Tuntedinisens GOVERNMENT NOTICES applicant undertakes to read as one of his degree subjects:—Mathe- hee ce ead Es et
HAROLD ARTHUR MARSHALL PULLETS Imported White Leghorn 1 4 r , matics (Pure), Mathematics (Applied), Physics, Chemistry, Botany. NEW ORLEANS SER
P > re. y t ens y e
SAMUEL WINFIELD PHILE fm eee oes rency eo pay. aod: hens. laying ae , . Applicants are warned that failure by a scholar to qualify at the VICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
Ps 30 ers. Apply to Miss May Harding, Applications are invited, under the Barbados Government Train- aaaiaat ; ati ‘ :
: —Defendant. | Syibury, White Park 13.12.52—2n. |. 7 » " S , : Intermediate examination for the degree course approved will mean
NOTICE is hereby given that by v.rtue -= ling Scheme, from suitable Candidates in the Public Service, for one . actiistic Tink Ad 7 ca . SOUTHBOUND A *
of an Order of the Assistant Court of ’ , : a the immediate loss of the scholarship, STEAMER TEAM ea
Appeal dated the 9th day of December, MISCELLANEQUS (1) Male Scholarship and one (1) Female Scholarship, for three (3) Anplicatiane. shat bacaubritted. 1a. ihe seivadien cao maudneton sore eee 8 ER STEAMER
62, there wi e set up for sale ta | ———-——-————— ini i ; ; i ry F " . * 5 :
the ‘highest bidder at the Office of tha | BENOCULARS—A new assortment. dust |¥C4TS training in Mental Nursing commencing (subject to satisfactory so as to reach him not later than the 10th January, 1953. NEW ORLPANS : Bes, 28 Dee 1 Jan,
Clerk ote Adaistant Court of Appeal zevdved. at, Imperial Optical fey Over | arrangements being made for acceptance of the candidates by appro- 6.12.52—2n JAMAICA 41 Des: 25 Dec 2 jan
at the Court ouse, Bridgetown, be- unte. .12.52—5n 2 + + ; -ae Cer aennt G g 7 ot nse
‘wer’ the. héak Gtk hoon” Bnd ny priate Hospitals in the United Kingdom) in September, 1953. Arr. B'DOS, \20 Dee, 4 Jan, 18 Jan
2 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, ‘SSO PRODUCTS—Petroleum Jelly Candidates, who are registered locally and who have had previous —_—_—_ For further i 7"
the 2ith day of February, 1953: All that | White in Drums. No Jol, Paraffin Oil, hye : ee seuiete a locally. and. 53 do Applications under the Barbados Government Training Scheme, urther information apply ROBERT THOM LTD. Phone 4298
certain piece or parcel of land situate |Drums and Pails. FUt Sprayers, Flit}e@Xperienee in Mental or General Nursing will be preferred. are invited from Nurses who. have leted iw dentin j i te
at Hastings in the parish of Christ| Gallons, Qrts, Pints and Ww Pints. Fit The successful completion of training in the United Kingdom are ivitec rC Y urses who have completed their training at the] "s=.— ae
Church and Isiand aforesa.d containing }AeTosol, Fit Powder. Esso Handy Oil, } : : General Hospital for four scholarships commencing (subject to satis-~
by admeasurement one rood one perch |Household Wax, Lighter Fuel, Radiator} Will qualify the persons concerned for promotion to the higher]: arrangements beir made f t f th 1 ted
and one half of a perch (of which area | Cleaner, Radiator Protector, Stop Leak, ; . ‘ he * ™ ‘nin } PREC arrange 5 1g ade for acceptance o ne selectec , re ‘
die Geroh and one-halt Gf..a perch ace Sponges, Spark Plugs, Brake Fluid, 10 he posts provided their service after return from training is candidates by appropriate Heepitels in the United Kingdom) in There are still a few of our beautiful
ingluded in the public - road called | Drums and Pails, Al of these can be | satisfactory. F ee
Hart's Gap) abutting and bounding | obtained from R, M, Jones & Co., Ltd, A a ae: Sra lificati 3 ite ena | POREUSEY, 1908: CANADIAN DOLLS
towards the north on lands now or late | Phone 4784 27.11.52—t.f.n pplications giving age, qualifications and previous experience) The purpose of these scholarships is the attai : fu 7 . 4a
of Louisa Small towards the East on ame should be forwarded he Di f Medical Services so as t purpose of these scholarships is the attainment of United :
8 East a - < should be forwarded to the Director o edical Services so as to}, eae. area : PR left. If you would like to 's
the public road called Hart's Gap| GENTLEMAN'S Evening Tail Coat,J° vee Kingdom qualifications in General Nursing and Midwifery and to ‘ q e to secure one do not delay.
towards the South on lands now or late |s ze 40 quite new, reasonable, telephone {reach him not later than 10th January, 1953, 7 a - ‘. : oo? ee "
of Cynthia Brathwaite and towards the | 5126 13.12, 52—2n 6.12.52—2n gain experience in United Kingdom Hospitals before returning to § ’
West on lands now or late of C, 8.| ——————————— aon ye “| Barbados when the success + ates ig 7 i ORIUM
Pitcher or however else the same may] “GREEN ESCHALOT — Up to 160ibe eee a aes ~ : Se an se me peng sp —
abut and bound—and if not then soid [At Little Battalys, St, Peter, Phone 9177. 5 , ment to the General Hospital as Sta urses or Charge Nurses Cur, BROAD & TUDOR
ate sate: property will be set up sor 11.12.52—-Sn Subordinate Staff Study Courses depending on their ability and vacancies at the time of their return. eee

sale on every succeeding Friday, between

the same hours until the same is sold

for a sum not less than £208. 6. 8.
Dated this 9th day of Decemper, 1952.



F. G. TALMA,
Cigrk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal. Ag.
13.12.52-—3n
BARBADOS. : a

OFFICIAL NOTICE

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT
OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction)
HAROLD ARTHUR MARSHALL
—Plaintiff.
PHILLIPS
—Defendant.
IN pursuance of an Order in this Court
in the above action made on the Sth
day of December 1952, 1 give notice to
all persons having any estate, right or
interest in or any lien or incumbrance
affecting: All that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Hastings in the parish
of Christ Church and Island aforesaid
containing by admeasurement one rood
one perch and one half of a perch (of
which area one perch and one-half of
a perch are included in the public road
called Hart's Gap) abutting and bound-
ing towards the north on lands now or
late of Louisa Small towards the Bast
on the public road called Hart's Gap
towards the South on lands now or
late of Cynthia Brathwa.te and towards
the West on landy now or late of C. S.
Fiteher or however else the same may
abut and bound—to bring before me an
account of their said claims with their
witnesses, documents and vouchers, to
be examined by me on any Tuesday,
or Friday between the hours of 12 (noon)
and 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the
Office of the Clerk of the Assistant Court
of Appeal at the Coprt House, Bridge-
town, before the 25th da of February
1983, in order that such claims may be
ranked according to the nature and
priority thereof respectively; otherwise
such persons will be precluded from the
benefit of the said Decree, and be
deprived of all claim on or against the
said property
Claimants are also notified that they
must attend the said Court on Wedne
of February, 1953, at

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Evening Institute leading to the General Certificate of Education at
ordinary level in any three of the following subjects:—

standard and the subjects which it is desire@ to study should be sub-

the 10th January,

Scheme to provide assistance during the academic year 1952/53 for
secondary school masters and mistresses who are undergoing training
with the approval of their Governing Bodies, i

Education so as to reach him not later than the 10th January, 1953,
applications for assistance from members of their teaching staff.

Edueation.







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6.12.52—2n.



DISTRIBUTION OF THE PROCEEDS OF THE LIQUIDATION

English, Mathematics, Latin, French, Spanish, History and OF JAPANESE ASSETS
Geography. ‘ : ‘ HER MAJESTY’S GOVERNMENT has decided that the proceeds
Applications stating age, present appointment, educational} of the liquidation of Japanese assets in the United Kingdom should

be distributed amongst all United Kingdom nationalists who had been |
nitted to the Director of Education so as to reach him not later than | Fav Eastern Prisoners of War or civilians (or their widows) who were
imprisoned or interned by the Japanese during the last war.

1953. : “4 EHR )
6.12,8d0an. 2. Applications will be considered from United Kingdom nation-

alists normally resident in the United Kingdom who were captured
and imprisoned or interned by the Japanese during the war (or their
widows) and who may now be employed, whether in the short or long
term, either privately, commercially or by the Government in Barba-

An amount of $3,000 is available under the Government Training dos. 3







Bursaries for Secondary School Teaching Staff

Intending claimants should apply immediatel irect t ne
Ministry of Pensions, Sanctuary Buildings, Great Suns thavan’ ‘hee
don, S/W.1 vi
4. Although the final date for applications has been announ

as the Ist of December, 1952, the Minister has discretion to ce
late applications in certain cireumstances. He has agreed that applica-
tions from Barbados will be considered provided that requests for an
application form reach the Ministry before the end of 1952 and that
the completed forms are returned without delay o

Governing Bodies are invited to forward to the Director of

Printed application forms are available at the Department of
10.12.52—2n.



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UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
Final Examinations 1953
\ Forms of lication issi ‘
ADVERTISEMENT IN 8 of application for admission to Final Examinations
BARBADOS ADVOCATE University of London ; at ; c aminatens of the
“ety th touch wih Britain. | Gare ae of London are available at the Department of Education,
Land For Sale Read the Sunday Tinies, frstain's é Ss
) est informed Sunday Newspaper, : °-se formes + 4 . ‘5
Stainton Dia same week of this carom bd i be completed in duplicate and forwarded to
publication. Dial 0103 anc obtain : é Mt, together with all documents substantiati
(3) Three spots of land at suhsteiption form from George | didate’s claims to sit the examing eee nasling igi
a f Hunte, the Sunday Times Car- Feo xamination, the University*Fee and Local
ta 000 me Road. Each preven ie Barn ASos oe | Fee, not later than Wednesday, 31st December 1952,
is lg, sq. feet. 43.12. 52—an No entries or fees must be sent direct to the University.

University Fee—Law an dDivinity

University Fee—all other examinations ..

"$35.28
: Local Fees

Several spots at Thorpes, :
Me $65.52

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10 pfctack a.m. whon (their said claims Bank Hall. Ss : NPP an NOTICE . a os
will be ranked, sential 7 Pines veral spots at Cave . Sandidates not taking ar . Retna . 7 .

: (3) Properties at King’s x n ‘King an oral examination—40% of tt Iniv y
Give d y hand this ’ ; 5 © of the University
Deted this Sth day of December, 1082 Village. (1) one acre each. x g Fee =

Clark of the Amisiant Court (1) Property at King Street, (2) Two acres below St. 3 ro all who have take 2 8 | r¢¢ Candidates taking an Oral Examination—45% of the University

of Appeal. “Ag near Baxter’s Road, Joseph's Church. % ie cat the sopieee WY Of a ‘ :

13.12. 52—3n ie chance & os = ‘ Yandidates taki . 5
9$90O9OO90GOHGHHDHHHTOG, (1) House at Fairfield Road (2) Two acres at St. Eliza- Furniture at the Exhibition: x (,,. Candidates taking an Oral and Practical Examination—50% of
with %4 of an acre of i Seon Roe tae eae y | the University Fee
aiien MARIORIE HOWNES lane. ; | beth’s Village, St. Joseph. No, 374 drew the Prize. $ i

" P | x 30.11.52—2n.

begs to remind all her friends of | (1) Small Property at Nel- $j D’ARCY A. SCOTT % or. FRED MARSHALL, 8 | -sececene HER, son Street. x Aucti ‘ ~ . satis % he oe OPES SEE EOS —POSOOP OPEL AAA SLSTAD

’ ANNUAL DANCE (3) Spots of Land at Max- 3/9 pia 2648. 18.12.6220, MIS BIR “g
$ well Road. 3 ys . y Spee a: > 13.12.52—-in. < 1S NOTHING LIKE eee %
2 To be held on (1) Small spot of Land at & X12 oS
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AUPRACTI Se ae a “scribed is “not ?
yt on a & %) | ‘ From the rains of Old i {
* suitable fo TEWS ft ‘ ’ ffect that Kid German, the Bar- I to utt east winds
a | 2 ’ 3a ate ;
Te N Dados — K aatt r taining his winning streak Ki on the ator in BH
FLAT & 1 Down U1 Straight victory in Australia | i en resigned to
St, Lawrence when he defeat Prar n | sil requiring extensive pro-
Steve Ha a ik Au ul wtswriter in an article tection t the elements I h
FARAWAY ritten after tl ght re West Indian negro southpaw, | Tat something to make n t ese
nouse, Ivor Ger < Ge n to u atly bt ightened his prospects | leven the most hard cricket-
: wee of winning th 1 I s} € gh Ter by his re points | lover gasp In late November, ° es
i me FOU n ov \ velt < I ran Mikus in their twelve ++ t} temperature below
cleansing j 4 i he emperature € h lid Vy S
fare ae ter at oo he : ae fre point, Len Hutton puts O a O .
NEWHAV! SUR EVEN HIS OWN | n ds picks up his bat and
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room heuse, HE in , he ole comes wn the steps of the
3 Servant £0 oe = ae en — Oval pavilion to bat against the White Nylon mesh Sandals
wil supply ; vaine surprised even his ; : * ‘
clowning S 2 own co ctions by the all round | eee. looks like the Oval with low wedge heels and
Ais. ; z glove trades hip he produced | AX least oe ad z Ti > pavi ney sling backs.
OFFICES beating it every branch There, or right of the pavilion,
ably priced of the game 5 ; | are the famous gasometers, to ;
x Re Hunt Gert rains showing. wa s| the left are the blocks of flats— Newman’s Polka Dot Sen- ‘
Byer. ig made truly remarkable by the : whose balconies during Test dals. Shell Court with cross i,
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wunGAte the ivagely fought | But closer examination reveals
Delightful rounds, ' the secret, It is not the Oval at
ces, Englis Aithough Mikus’ right hand nnington, but the Oval of » 45
manent ig buckled in the ninth session | Pinewood Studios — a clever imi- Per Pair 5.
Naeonats é this mishap had no bearing on) jtation for “The Final -Test” oa “
the result of the fight.” film with ¢ cricketing back-
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C/o Advoc H* Y DUNN another critic 3 |Denis Compton, Alec Bedser and
Â¥ is equally complimentary of | |Jim Laker. In fact, there is only
me P Germaine. He writes: “By his first | FOUR OF ENGLAND'S LEADING CRICKETING STARS. |one non-professional member of
rate display, Germaine has forced | —— rs ‘iin atitn Avan tenie SEP RTA aia
ane KID GERMAN. himself into fights with Plan- Farr Care Maser ct oe eM SLi
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whomsoev the British Empire Lightweight title with Englishman Frankie John. | i _ + the arts, and while the rest of
hold my on | Ca ue ric e oO eS \the team has little to say he has
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had twelve pages
eee following international boxing closely that Frankie Johnson, the ape ‘ | dialogue.
British Empire Lightweight champion, according to London reports Standard played its last game By SCRIBBLER of games in this Division in which | “Dummy” Runs
is due to arrive in Australia from London on January 2 and is listed | in the final series on thie Leeward Greens and George Park meet,|. After a couple of ‘dummy’ runs
bathed to fight for the Empire Lightweight crown—which is now vacant—| division of the League and re- Boys Clubs Results of this match can there-|Len told the rest of the players
LIQUC a re t me — jo big Frankie Flannery—George Barnes Austra- corded the noteworthy feat of Police Boys’ C1 : fore affect the championship of the |ffom dressing room to wicket ave e er 0
The ap eee ee enn eeas ‘e “ING ’ Scoring an innings victory against) 4), and) Central divinity cad nny, | Svision. | what to do. He summed it up 7 r
> oF ‘er Al STRALIA’S BATTING ‘FIND All Saints. With this victory they : sth eppal civintony a ee Radcliffe Ahead |like this: “A Jot easier than
eee f USTRALIA’S youngest opening batsman Colin McDonald who|have — established very ‘strong | division B ee the, Carlisle Radcliffe shows determination | P&St cricket — and better paid. 0, 11 12 be 13 BROAD STREET
shop att 4am ade his test det igainst the touring South African team last | claims to the championship of the at Hadso ete Ee sane Liberty not to give up until the éh . ee Facing a camera is chicken feed
Road, Ch week has virtually earned a place in the team for the Second Test |division. There is at present no tay Bie oer i oes AE One Ot ofan hip has been won or lox eompared with facing Lindwall
eles which opens at Melbourne on December 24, news of the results of the Cycione B 2 on sate Sen 4 a Their game against Belf el L ne |@nd Miller SOOO
at Playing for on Australian xi against the South Africans at Syd-|and St. John Baptist game. | totet Geeier ¥ tedne 80) Of Bae in which they should Page oO Ot the set, he says “Dh ey | SOCRCCSOPSSESSSSSSSSSPP FOSS SOO POSS OOS FPSO FO OOFO
ney yesterday with Graeme Hole he put on 136 for the second wicket | Cyclone is still much in the run-|-”. 4 e ha sete CHELGE: tne FCT toe oy tory, — mse SUES have got thik’ Oval dressing room
N.B.— and scored 81, Hole contributing 97. ning for the championship Se ay tet eee eee Belfield batte j ! perfectly reproduced, anc
eat § Since the Australian cricket powers that be seem to have de ; with 20 to his credit, For Liberty iL ut f 5 8 Se catia ets ti J ae gg een
at’ Police wers é § é - ; ; a a y for gall out , rd 17 ¢ de J > surr i
av ous cided against playing the opener Syd Barnes it is quite likely that Standard lost the toss and wert | Smart took 2 for 6, Hope 2 for 8 Dyal 10 Gare eer tee tte Pe bias, 7 eee ae 2 a o
11 o’cloc McDonald will be taken either as an opener to partner Arthur Morris| S¢™t to the wicket. In just ove ¢) and Blackman 3 tor oi to reach double fig a TP eter. ay Pee Ore ae
or aS a reserve opening batsman at least. two hours they had scored 168 | Liberty in their first ers respor SRE aE Pet | Sante COB UIEALIB I, m a oin Ss 0 vie
|runs in free style. Contributing to also found run-getting a Ts respon e for the dismissal | . It is so good that I went a
a B.C.A.-B.C.L. GAME CONTINUES TO-DAY |this total were Coulthrust 44, p.|matter and only one batsm i ee I en were A. Belle;right to my own clothes hanger.
LIQUt FIDHE AD JAL, B.C.A.-B.C.L. fixture which opened at Kensington Straker 42 and E. Hinds 35, For Hayes, with a score Ri oh Rogares 3 t * ( MA an eres O88 | Ang as I walked out on the field <
ase fadt ‘Saturday will be resumea to-day. It will be remembered All Saints, J. Rock took 4 for 15.| out reached double figure of Sa D in 11 overs, 7!the Test Match atmosphere e wor $s
eee that the B.C.L. were dismissed for 91 and up to close the B.C.A. had| ,, 2%, their first innings All Saints | Bors RUE its ever | wice: Radcliffe i about the task of aimed to be right there.”
perm ssi lost four quick wi sts for 21 runs fared badly against the attack] ets for 9 runs. At the close of ~ > set about the task of; Some of the real action cricket
with si Tt seems to promise kinder weather to-day and the B.C.L. will of Goodridge and Greaves and| Play Boys Club had lost two wick- Rey nite ia li aden a which {will come from newsreels, but |
W om x é ay é ‘e.b. ee 5 = i ge they acco: she an > re mtd
Christ ¢ have their hands filled in dismissing the three Internationals, Wal- were all out for 20 runs. Good-; ets for 5 abe pc ‘ : ‘ on te ae ae Snes ee wens Hutton and Washbrook — on a $s s
med, dat arshall and Weekes ’ ridge during the course of the in- Ki In ae — eres the th be ne oF *: - ma and at) wintry field near the studio—will
: ' vase we can look for ) ste: ay ni nings had an analysis of 5 for 0| Boys Club were definitely on top| (le Criwing of Stumps the score|gpen ‘the Eng inni
it ancin von to-d ore look forward to an interesting. day of cricket runs and ended with 5 for 4,j/in their game against Greens, | CR a mek wean BREE | PThere is stonthling ent which
oa : oe ee ees "7 . - rreaves . |possible champions this season. |<“, ©. Hogers 15, Belle 17 not out]... ee : 4 ,
iieaved DAVIS CUP PREPARATIONS Griaves took ¢ for 10. saints | Greene were at the wigker nut |and D. Forde 13° So far Davis, the | Wil, make the English fan gasp.
at Polici HE most precious stretch of turf in the sporting world, the centre again ran into difficulties and|and were all out for 30. J, St. Hill| Belfield left arm spinner, has | Hutton and Washbrook go out to
oe sete court at Memorial Drive, Adelaide where the Davis Cup chal-| could only double their first in-|took 3 for 11 and J. Inniss 5 for | t#ken 5 wickets for 22 runs face an Australian total af 520
ienge round will be played at the end of next month, is reaching| Pings score, with a total of 40.|5. Game Forfeited for seven. Quips Len: “This is
perfection after eight months of special attention, our correspondent |’Thompson 16 not out and Welch| In their turn at the wicket Boys|; By not turning up on Sunday | 2! Tight for the film, but I hope
CAs a has reported from Adelaide. It has been treated by a team of experts | 14 were the only batsmen to reach |Club bats were fairly consistent |/for the last day of their match |{+ Won’t be like that next year.”| »
BARBA led by an agronomist of international repute, Professor H. C, Trum-| double figures. }and with Me Collin le. the against Rangers, St. Barnabas —L.E.S.
ble of the famous Waite Agricultural Research Institute. | Once again it was the bowling| way with 38, Inniss O. |have forfeited the game and full | ~——__
OF . Bight practice courts are being prepared, but the finalists will | of Goodridge which routed the | Headley 17 the total r 153. ‘points go to Rangers. Scores were |
still be allowed brief practices on the centre court. Two preliminary | All Saints batsmen. In this in- | Greens have lost one wicket for Rangers 174, St. Barnabas 22 and! therefore I cannot say what is
IN rehearsals have been staged so far. A full dress one will be held on|nings he took 7 for 20 thus | 0 runs in their se i innings. |23 for the loss of three wickets.’ the exac siti uever, 04
i. : e exact position. However, if
December 13, when ar entire organisation including the new elec-| achieving a match analysis of 12!1f Greens suffer defeat vill be Bordeaux did not field a team there has been a_ victory for
" trie eenreboard will be tried out. ! for 24. L. Thompson took 1 for 19.!the first outright one for them.|in the Bordeaux vs. Notre Dame) Dover . . ed :
HAROL i} - Le mpson too r 12, rs trig Notre ame over, then the Dis 2 t-
‘ _ PTarh Up to the present they have won | match and Notre Dame in the eir- | tee will have to go ne oon
SAMUE They ll Do It Every I ime feel ure Mae ant y mmy Hatlo all matches except one in which cumstances have scored = full| lodged by Dover in the Dover
NOTI ee 4 only a first innings lead was pos-| points. This makes Rangers and|vs. Bordeaux match
obtas MME ie fs ticks. ” oe ath sible. On the other hand Boys} Notre Dame equal on poir Feat ,
Appeal A : WELL, LOOK Gaeee ~ 7, HE MIGHT, AS WELL PLAY THEM BEER: BOTTLE Club have lost a single game and Up to the time of writ there | W. Clark eats : J Pr
ratty WHOS HERE! Goop 2 GUESS WHO” WITH A PAIL BIFOCALS COVER took first innings lead in two!has been no official report on the totalled a7 cue fc heey has
, e m 1 ge “here 1other r id |B le over latcl ALE ‘ or @ season.
oe OL SMEDLEY! HOWSA OVER His ors ae THEM SO MUCH TERRITORY) | Bert nates: Bnekiey seuad | Belgeld Dover match and!’ Hayes of Liberty has scored ‘
at th Boy ? YOU LOOK GREAT! ene har eee hav pd IFHES| | 208, M. Greaves of Standard 257. Look a the “ Qosilny Ens
2 o'clt } LW , ‘ MAN OR AN | , 7 Wy] ~ rcy | H. Goodridge of New Standard has oe ee a ee
the mt fy] -O-HO~ YOU DONT KNOW SINCE HES BEEN HERE A OcuLists SicN».4 | AUSTRALIAN XI vs S. AFRIGANS |tzken'5t wickets during the sen havent belt Ouafonable
qt VA ie, HN? OUTA Stok wv haan lan.'M. Hope of Liberty has taken | Saint el Comfna
Churos ‘naan OUTA MIND: COME ON- HES HURTED CAUSE / men | (From Our Own Correspondent) | 99. feet of luggage space,
and |} aN] GIVE A GUESS» WE SMED DONT KNOW HIM~ HES GOT THE pe tte: Video. : L( NDON. : - i ; Here is a small car listing many
inelude \ ae WERE BOTH AIR-RAID } - UH HOW AN' HE LOOKS LIKE A ADVANTAGES TOO- | 'liay. in ‘the: matah’ between an Skating : of the features that are “ high-
ae Yh WARDENS ~ NOW DO ape vou?.ER. \\ LERTOVER FROM A j—| SMeDLeyS cor | | Australian eleven and: the ‘South | pr as toes, Torion br Independent
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5 YOUR GOATEE= | The bulk of the Australian total | MICHAEL LOOKER is a sports- aydraulic brakes; four-speed
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SY. Sa ey rE ably earned himself a place in | | year-old schoolboy, Won the Four-door, Two-door Saloon,
73 ta MN Lod ]p the Second Test side and Graeme | British men’s figure skatiny and Convertible, Let us take
. ~ Hole who shared a second ket title at the first attempt, eee ee petcmaree ine
) partnership of 136. Hole ys | His first words on leaving the icc and prove how little it costs to
more dominating than his part- | were “Now fc Le Pine vaek the ice buy a“ Mieor"— bow much i BIG d b ; fl
3 ner, batted just over 2} hours ine 2? ‘ow for the 1956 Olytn- ve ee. beyon elie
BARI e for 97 ineluding thirteen fours. | peiee. Michael won the title
BAR cake | a : hundred point from the IBiah ne Set yee Seamer
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LN baa ‘ k aintaining his winning streak nN mS esigne he
Down Un traight victor n Australia id | lon , 1
hen : gil ret g ensive pro-
Steve Ha il Au t rtswriter an article tection against the elements. In these
ritten aft i sht res West Indian negro southpaw | But here is something to make
Ivor Ger G te t wy ned oe prospects | leven I ' bere cricket-
I L, ht title by his sterling points el t ate November, °
\ ‘ I Ku in their twelve | ae : ee yes te ho ay oes
te the I night f point, Len Hutton puts
SURPRISED EVEN HIS OWN picks up his bat and
LT} jcomes lown the ps of the
PAE twenty-cight-year-old | ' Oval pavilion to bat against the White Nylon mesh Sandals
Germaine surprised even his | Australians, with laa wedge heels and
own connections by the all round} { at ieast it looks like the Oval back
glove tradesmanship he produced | There. on the right of the pavilion, sling jacks.
beating Miku it every branch | wre the famous gasometers, to
the game.’ id es the left are the blocks of flats— Newman’s Polka Dot San-
ae tae ‘remaymaiae by the! whose iconie during Test dals. Shell Court — sh
markable by ne | Matches are as crowded as win- oven brocade
rf a: COMES Sa rugged dow on a Coronation route ind over straps in * *

rv i Mikus 10% tbs.
1. oe whip hand over,
orian practically through
elv savagely fought

Low wedge heels, Something

% é aluable.
ee really smart for the season

The Secret
| But closer examination reveals

the secret, It is not the Oval at
Kennington, but the Oval of P Pp . 45
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jtation for “The Final .Test’ a

film with cricketing back-

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There is no imitation though 4

about Hutton, It is the real Len

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rounds {

Although Mikus’ right hand
buckled in the ninth” session}
this mishap had no bearing on}
the result of the fight.’

“Germaine finished the strong-
r of the pair and never at any
stage was in danger of being
floored by Mikus.”



































|In th he play himself. | }))
; . ’ }And_ his lish eleven includes |
ANOTHER CRITIC Cyril Washbrook, Godfrey Evans,
He ARRY DUNN another critic |Denis Compton, Alec Bedser and
is equally complimentary of | : i Jim Laker, In fact, there is only
Germaine. He writes: “By his first FOUR OF ENGLAND'S LEADING CRICKETING STARS. Jone non-professional member of
rate display, Germaine has torced | ere the side—actor Jack Warner.
KID GERMAN. himself into fights with Plan- ‘ | This is Len’s first venture into
nery and Barnes and a contest for } e the arts, and while the rest of \
the British Empire Lightweight title with Englishman Frankie John. | ea ue ric el l oles the team has little to say he has i
m ; ;
. had to lear salve pages
I should ex; n for the benefit of those fans who have not been +i Aaa ear etS een e }
following international boxing closely that Frankie Johnson, the _ , — : ag
British Empire Lightweight champion, according to London reports Standard played its last game By SCRIBBLER of games in this Division in which | “Dummy Runs )
due to arrive in Australia from London on January 2 and is listed | in the final series on the Leeward ‘ Greens and George Park meet. | After a couple of ‘dummy’ runs
to fight for the Empire Lightweight crown—which is now vacant—| division of the League and re- Boys Clubs tesults of this match can there- |Len told the rest of the players
against the winner of the Frankie Flannery—George Barnes Austra-| corded the noteworthy feat of Police Boys’ Clut fore affect the championship of the | from dressing room to wicket ave @ eI 0.
lian Lightweight contest. scoring an innings victory against} tg ch y 4 28 in the ar division. | what to do. He summed it up 7
AUSTRALIA’S BATTING ‘FIND’ Snints. With thie victome they | lisie and Central divisions had an i ; like this: “A lot easier than
; ; ALI re I G FI . , . ; All Saints. With this victory the interesting. day. In the. Carlisle Radcliffe Ahead Test cricke and better paid 10, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
A} STRALIA’S younge opening batsman Colin McDonald who|have_ established very strong | division Boys’ Cl } t. Libert Radcliffe shows determination | -\ cricket — and better paid.
made his te lebut against the touring South African team last|claims to the championship of the at Hakgoni “The oe i . #3 y not to give up until the éham- Facing a camera is chicken feed )
tually earned a place in the team for the Second Test|division, There is at present no ai dart “ee tir ee he pionship has been won or lost. |°2™pPared with facing Lindwall
“ op r { mn’ musty ar “2 ania th South Africans at Syd pot evens eeu. aed Boys could only raise $0. Of th aye fon har ae oF se = a amy et, he says “They | SOCBSSSCPPROSOSO SPSS FF FFF SOOO OS OOOO POPOL
aying fi mn Australian xi agains » So cans at § - . a Ss @ Bs ati To ne. one . & in which they 10uld make sure > set, > says By
y sterday with Graeme Hole he put on 136 for the secong wicket | Cyclone is still much in the run- Sane Ch aiec a * a a of victory, * have got this Oval dressing room
ind scored 81, Hole contributing 97. ning for the championship with 20 to h creat For I ibe ri Belfield batted first and were | perfectly reproduced, and the
Since the Australian cricket powers that be seem to have de- iat rn ge > “g {all out for 52. $ f 7 | painting f he surr i
olde against playing th opener Syd Barnes it is quite likely that Standard lost the toss and wert earn ” O04 gage BOY Ty 1 10 Ware ae one a fot auaiee, hak ad cane ake att
P : - 1 . ing roy | And Blackman 3 for 8. sh . wily Oats : 7 Son » ¢ é
ait wil be taken eur as ah apener to portner Arthur Moras) gant fo, the wicket, in Just over an ask LOPE angy| to eaeh double gues Tie fo) that Ie most vee From all oints of view
or as a reserve opening batsman at least, Fe ae Fatale tis COTSL also found run-getting a difficult |€’S_vesponsible for the dismissal| “It is so good that I went
|runs in free style. Contributing to att 1 | - ° t p. | of Belfield batsmen were A. Belle; right to my own clothes hanger
B.C.A.-B.C.L. GAME CONTINUES TO-DAY |#his total were Coulthrust 44, D. | eee ath @ cence ut ;| who took 4 for 4 it pend and| And’ sed ax Ree ae ta
TTHE NUAL B.C.A.-B.C.L. fixture which opened at Kensington Straker 42 and E. Hinds 35, For Haye vith a score of Ot Ro Baie for ic ret Shoah 9 — T t walked out on the field
if i‘, ‘aad See Ht of hi z , ? All Saints, Rock took 4 for 15.| Ut reached double figure For a woes, or | in 1 overs, 7! the Test Match atmosphere a wor
last Saturday wi ve resumed to-day. It will be remembered In theif first innings All Saints | Boys Club, R, Lewis took 7 wick- |0f Which were maidens, seemed to be right there.”

that the B.C.L. were dismissed for 91 and up to close the B.C.A. had
lost four quick wickets
It seems to promise

ae Ot uns fared badly against the attack| ets for 9 runs, At the close of are Rie an ce ee Some of the real action cricket
Bee Oe tontdisy ond the Sie b/? wall of Goodridge and Greaves and play Boys Club had lost two wick- the 3 ete innings Jead which| will come from newsreels, but





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vs pre i eae I 5 ; were all out for 20 runs. Good-| ets for 5 runs. ey accomplished and then went! Hutton and Washbrook — on a

bane et sen By chee dismissing the three Internationals, Wal- ridge during the course of the in-| In the Central Division, the tod eae a! pied lend ahs at | wintry field near the studio—will
ae ‘ } _.,| nings had an analysis of 5 for 0| Boys Club were definitely on top | * ; i on ae vee ie Score | open the England innings,

In any case we can look forward to an interesting day of cricket] ying and ended with 5 for 4,|in. their game against Greens,|W#S 74 for 8. N, Neblett scored) “There is something else whict

at Kensington to-d Greaves took 4 for 10. ‘| possible champions this season. |22, C. Rogers 15, Belle 17 not out| in th tt . An else which

DAVIS CUP PREPARATIONS Asked to follow on, All Saints|Greens were at the wicket first | 2" t D. Forde 13, So far Davis, the | Hutton 1 ind We hbr - a at

HE most precious stretch of turf in the sporting world, the centre| again ran into difficulties and | and were all out for 30, J, St. Hill Be lfield left arm spinner, ha: \ face an AGatane ess "i i Sg to

court at Memorial Drive, Adelaide where the Davis. Cup chal-| could only double their first in-| took 3 for 11 and J. Inniss 5 for | t@ken 5 wickets for 22 runs, for save Quips TH ie “Th —

lenge round will be played at the end of next month, is reaching| Pings score, with a total of 40.| 5. Game Forfeited va : Ds ‘ Ms 1S

perfection after eight months of special attention, our correspondent! 'Thompson 16 not out and Welch | In their turn at the wicket Boys By not turning up on Sunday ae a ee ey but I hope ‘
has reported from Adelaide. It has been treated by a team of experts| 14 were the only batsmen to reach |Club bats were fairly consistent | ft the last day of their match , ike that next year.

















led by an agronomist of international repute, Professor H. C, Trum-/ double figures. }and with Mc Collin leading the uinst Rangers, St. Barnabas —L.E.S.
ble of the famous Waite Agricultural Research Institute. | Once again it was the bowling | Way with 38, Irtniss and O e forfeited the game and full | ~~~

Bight practice courts are being prepared, but the finalists will| of Goodridge which routed the | Headley 17 the total reached 153.1 go to Rangers. Scores were
till be allowed brief practices on the centre court. Two preliminary| All Saints batsmen. In this in- Greens have lost one wicket for Rangers 174. St. Barnabas 22 and | therefore I cannot say what is
rehearsals have been staged so far, A full dress one will be held on}nings he took 7 for 20, thus} runs in their second innings. | 23 for the loss of three wickets.’ the exact position. However, if
Decembe: 13 wh n the entire organisation including the new elec-| achieving a match analysis of 12!1f Greens suffer defeat it will be Bordeaux did not field a team there has been a victory for
trie scoreboard ‘will be tried out. | for 24. L. Thompson took 1 for 19.!the first outright one for them.| in the Bordeaux vs. Notre Dame | Dov er, then the Dispute Commit-





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a Tel. Log “GUESS WHO” WITH A PAIL BIFOCALS COVER coal first innings Tes { in two!has been no official revort on the pa ey ag fc at bas
; OL SMEDLEY ! HOWSA OVER HIS HEAD AS THEM SO MUCH TERRITORY, | others. There is another round | Belfield vs Dover match and| D, Ha ye ¥ re HA hak





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W EN ARE YOU ? «ER. calle YS GOT | Australian eleven and the South | YOU tions. Torsion-bar independent
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ee ath ; rere ds: See ee on leaving the ici buy a“ Mieor"— bow mack & BIG b d b
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SAT1HHU I'HIMIUK 13, It s* Will Represent Dominica 1/ Coronation BARBADOS AHWK'All \l.l -I \ I '. CHILD HELD IN ATTIC FOR 8 YEARS COL the year tion to H. Mr. I atatiiti.i nlartai aurvay ..tin %  The Role of %  K. Mclntyre who Vincent to take SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carliilr Bay of CUj Magi %  Friday mornini 11 t S %  lid on the head was TtS ?Z V %  %  is n outbreak of Foot M v< I li ON nOMi I 'i Ique. nent of Dominica •' r old Bthctbert %  %  of i %  Baaa does not apread t<. Michael wa y< i in livestock island. %  hond for sin months in the sum twenty peaetnfen who by schooner Dro in sntDni..y -rare dlatnr N f at the t LaStom.s Ix-fr.i. %  .lowed to move on, This Miller was iaen walkJn on had to be taken hi that thi "-I. iv Pol \NBIV\l ". PARTI BIS %  i %  %  Scawcll i.i r tun li. n. .. i • f l-u.rla Ki... .. iri.u.d %  ll ITH a ... i ^ • %  H i %  %  K i M.I.., I Of the llrldf. %  DOW he got the u unable to give in itmn. Granted Letter* Of A.i si. Id Intragic". His Hon1 FTVIK h % %  ' i-f traveUei islands will contj i; certain thai been wiped %  trail i %  %  %  %  of pea ,. at unauthorised point*, of The Administrator has public ItM governbt's t-iloru to stop tin lie king. V. n. I t""; HIII em of i %  %  I. Mid eel, and hcity of Uveet the wearance Math W Queen** Park RTork of cUarti •. I', ik the ex hi I •.-.. i erday n wsto kly clM dtamantling atalli l work wa completed b Park House was soon ored of the %  nhi %  band stand, xhibits of ground provisions, %  kly Mild and exhll kctors and otlicr types of cnwcre taken away. %  Cattle and poultry were taken the park on Thli: im>i.f i ( w tl i 177.3 or EXCHANGE %  Ma M voaK in... i I TO )-. p. t l ..!!. %  U >'. lit 1 I \s MH Onrl.dt.f \.lnalU'id> %  Kishl DnlU %  1 luaea, His Lordship • rce absolute in the lull of I. Blrkett, peUUoi 11 c M Blrkett, reapondent, %  %  .imed on Mr. w i % %  %  i if ft t %  His Lor mU in the Mil K U Moo, also K. Murj I hy), reonounced %  nd G < Auatln, ies[ondcnt. nounced on %  U Barveal Festival At Bethel %  • i b %  11 a.m. the %  orvte a v". ill I . Sunday School will n %  I • 7 p.m.. the Rev. T. J. r conduct 11 7 p.m. the H !> . ducted i>v liev. Ceuraje Mai %  •.' %  of SpelfM RMM, WMM A MMaj BacrbU Suan.. ol Bad Scjcbcj. Haw •lihl w, of her Ufa locked la a aaull attic room. lllaVlanOa^blnh b, her nlhcr. the child wclahcd only U pound?wa, a ataU a>d coald not wane oMalk „e„ 0UIi d by Ur„Uh Zon. aaSSlSS l???^ ** *""* hd for ncglcet. flafaraalioaa! Itadiovaow; I aceine I .•*•• if Uvlni yhoi.ui %  %  I | | ictivi %  ptoyment and |if %  ,. m should %  %  % %  %  1 I H I %  '. %  !, i mtei %  ..J i partlrularh tin Bteta IWi and eaf %  nai oi Bk ^ ternal belancr must be Ike I i %  %  Oovernmenl the ommunlque • me II %  %  %  .I.-, wtth %  hall of this >. ... Hut they have %  i I i %  I %  %  on Uv n of .di alerlini %  aank reeoui i %  .1. tin refore be i %  %  i provemenl nee of | Tht "ii'' unique polnti ...it thai %  i has on % %  u Ion been In %  . inent kind which overt tries' r< n %  it.i. the %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  effort t> mi capi%  ment pr. trj awvotet an edequate. part oi n* I drvelopnient pee f i apltal from the K la rath, i mined to will encc ment In uv r K i .. M %  %  M The Conh %  %  I %  %  nf rari'il v devrloplnj co plus ..| -lu.rt...., < I'll I I M at trud %  17^: I! %  ' %  makaj taeae %  i %  H • % %  ' I J • • %  | *rmii M tiM n i \ h-n, I.KlJaal I and f.'de The I'll %  the recognise • ., I rJevi I N\ aniinr To Britid \*u>|iuptr Imluslrv a> from paitr | the United SUb 1 ••'• %  -•< %  %  i hance ul %  i lied un raw mati i round. A s Commit%  %  %  a good quahtj pap> r be i from bagaasc. but || %  rried oul b the U S National Bun %  %  i %  ... ndard newi pniii PnnUng i. %  mi by l pan %  %  va i %  i %  nl newaprinl but blendM other pulp it i ..I.!. r Ui. nl. i. Ill w.. %  Ashwoea, ii i .i i .. I i %  improve D, living which la n> (..I furthci ceon %  |-'|Mll..%  rii. i %  %  '.ii own internal ir SOIind 'lev. I"| ment" vill be maintained but thi* ,. ipei a i with > %  nb i foi ii ufai lure % %  ( i %  Phc supply ol i ample to tak> of all II i new piini M Mr. Curl '' U s teal and add*: "The pai HI ..|h %  %  %  % %  n area we do .ii UH avallabla In %  i beai undoubted.) the State, will." n i i* .m t-lila .., rti'M. MM I i \ : %  %  •' Brattiwi %  Bridgetown "A Mm City'' m from pae* %  I %  I .unity of i' would i>, and woul I i n Sunday. %  %  I %  %  the unii'i %  the -I ctnatlng i i to BOAl i %  %  %  %  lion Hiving evi e to the %  KLM makes me fee/ like a million!" Bveryone vfao I 1-1 M led like milliMu" ii/mn bul light ItOW, low ThlifI I'.ui-s i inpli.t I/I thai li' %  lin,: "I well I op I.I SUM) un round trip ... Kurope THRIFT SEASON NOV. 1 to APRIL 1 An] Ma] v,„i look at It, rhrifl ft i on La thai porfaci inn>. IOM; it Borope Bud] ei-wka I wine . unliniii'-il I haaln i-nt nisi .'vrvthiiiii i-in lull %  i i that trip of n liMiu.inm l %  Ki M in %  urop KIM offers oil this with Thrill Season Savings I llgkle weekl] freaa Ike I irtkheaa iTumr tl limn in aBMfaeea %  %  MaepA'i n, i -i"i". %  rsllakle Mapevera an reata ..i ae aatra fan le a e rl eea tad IX > 1 at its very linesi; ,sky di.t.lUJ. bknetad and matured by Bcotamen in ttic (radiin.i .I ways that tlics. and nnlv lha>i know so well. Sal* /-.it..*-!... I It \' K


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( mi. pispnly al thrli Tniirad 11 OFFICIAL SALE IUW...HAROUt LrPCrLFirin VI Nl/flCI %  %  %  ad 'ha am d, Hal. ihara *>m b* art %  %  OPW* U| nr h afl*n>ao(i oil • I avbruary. MM. ruUTT ALL THAT cm l parrrl of Ui n. ,„ tn, paiuh UI Uland raait.iinmg b> -d ., raoau ., c. i. •m Un da ajf | "' %  forbraxmra ona T-.ll on iirOi f Aduu li>*r..r 4*l bound AMI suti !"' — Pare %  at Mmr may MM : TIIAT %  i idM aquarr lt or •aMaVJ %  I'lida of Huh. rt %  I iy. -dm.... Mrkal • ..I inda i>f one Sol>rii Mak-.*, a imht 1 bound and if ,,i n.<%  .u*.Mdnui friday batw< IMU1 WIUI H %  not lata than III C1M CaM ll f ltrd thia VIP das M I Ft. I ti* AaaUl Ihr.cVmr Cour of Training in DomMlir SclMM Ajjpli. M Ocvcrmntn! leaching i.irahlp ivnablr ,il ,t L> C'lil-gt In ihf L'in it. I Kintiiloin Appl;. |K^J* m MMM %  -ignisod it paaac In five nubjavt* .i' i 11 of the II n and have successfully completed a %lxBg .•! UN MS ChiMrrn r the Barbados (Joveriinwnl Training I UM Ut.vrintn.nt I Klm.iT.Uiry > '1 "ia one-year scholarship tenable J! the Univermity of Durham ln.t.(in to follow %  course "I "rainin*; in the Educaildren Appl •rinpli-u-ti a courts of training %  i ii %  in M I'I.I-. Ma^UnQoi la 'he Director of t later than the 10th of January. MS. 13.12 52—IB. SHIPPING NOTICES OFFICIAL NOTICE ll i Ch tutu I.-. .•...tr l %  TTtJ!. 1 ATFOKD A CO. I VS-lsl IM' | III OF ArraiL .II. ai* I--I-IMII_ B Aimum AUCTION IIITION stu or inicfK Bdoa M IVAfCV A SCOTT. OOVt A'-M-IKN U IX II PI III. H \OIHIS NOTICE Kraea %  h..,i,, .i.„, h ai ta* n.n.frr Bo.,1. ..( tn. ffnajajajaa .ill bHir ifli'i da> of Daeambar p of InK.,.1.1 U | iiit.iiiii. VDIA HIV Utt ID. LTD.. I 11 CORBIN. IX IS Wn NOTICE f a*ravaa al II i"d up lor Ih. IV. II. ..y .-.! r„ I, , i-imind faauHtrLLBN. %  i . II II ST. Jn IN PUL. <. Ih* aho* r acl| d"> of Decrmbrr -II prrauna hayiru hiirraat in or any anavtlii* HIIHT ALL THAT I I | I UJ lark I ..,a if >MBt Mtcfuarl % %  : % %  % %  th u aaa n ula ab.iiut H %  land, of tho -in* of Waktfffa Fibril*. naiad ii landuf land* A.I Bratl •m r %  r.. ih,.„i,ih. mad or huu..vo oMr tiu> %  rn* II. a> ... i ANIJ •SCOH1 nHAT r,i,n, pan* o, par*al -rf Ml %  ni M I In Ik! l i i. Ik ., I.i."cr i t-.i.nd i ,> bilnu hrliH of ln*ir * 4 offii-*. ..I ii-dark \.i %  %  ... i nd pi I Mnkrd %  %  II .. %  NOTICE Mil I "Oi I.11' si s\ -if '•' rr-by ,i..nl> n. | i %  I.I %  *.l,.r.„*ji.t iliaral* ti under Uus a Ble lethal * •n* ItaanMmt a* ah I auth .i. or!., I. iilra-ul MllUHljt A HOhJS. ,.i DM %  t,r drprlvr.1 M ii i %  a ..lined Ihai ptuM altmd Hir .jut |0 a'ctark am. WIHn will Da ranked filvrn ulidrr ml hand !><<• ail < Do.*intti. IFOa. i.....i nM MI ri.. AaaaWJ ( i.o\ i ii\uin\ i \OTIM;S Applications are Invltud, under the Barbados QOVt lufl S-luine. from sulldble C.indnlates m Ih.l'ubluSemie. fur one 1) Male Scholarship and one (I) Female Scholarship, lor Km. I I years training in Mental Nursing commencing (subject to satisfacloiv arrangements being made for acecptancc of the candidates I %  ^iip" pruite Hospitals In the United Kingdom) in September. 1953. Candidates, who ure registered locally and who have had pievious experience in Meni;il or (Icm-ul Nursing will be pTtrfa The siutessful completion of training in the United Kiii.tlmti will quality the persons concerned for promotion to th BtntiBf |'^tprovided their service after remin from n.iuilng is %  tory. Application^ giving age, qualifications nn,t pic should Inforw.u.le.l !.. the Director of Med.'.il SMTI m nut later than 10th Januarv, IMS. It 11 Subordinate Staff Study t'attrae* Applications are itivllc.l under the traWDfadOfj QtrVtrnnatnt Training Scheme from gMttlban Of tho subordinate staff •( UM G for places on a special two Hi three year course of. Evening Institute ksicllni lO Ihe General Ccitillcale of Education at ordinary level in any three of the following subnets:— English. Mathematics. 1-atin, French. Spanish. History and Cengraphy. Applications stating age. prrsenl appointn^en' -laiidard and the subjects wbn t to sludy should be submitted to the Director oi Education SO Id to icach bin not i ter than tde toth January. if^3 6.i2.52-2n. Hursarle* for Seeand.,ry School Teaching SUfl An amount of 53.000 is available under the Government Training Scheme to provide assistance during the academic year 195.7 53 for unitary school masters and nsn^NgMI WOO art uildorgOUlg training h the approval of their Govcning Bodies. Governing BodMa are mvit-id to forward to the Dtfavlor of Kduealton so as to reach ham rint later than the loili .lanuaiy, !!• %  i Pplieatlons for assistance from members of their teaching staff. Printed application forms .re ivalUMl at the Department of Education I.II.H> %  %  ..turns are invited, under Ihe Baibadoa Government Tiaining Scheme, from local Nurses for a Sili-...iship t ..iimnin mg <-ub%  i.i' air*'iiienrnts being made for aeeeptame oi (h. HI .it-i .i.|,M.i\.Hocpltal in the United K.ng". Ia3. to undergo sinl.ble :i.MtnnK. %  > qualtf* for 'ion and Sister Tutor at the Mental Hospital. t. arm be required.— t ic ..is. m General Nursing leading pn If nit BjlRrjd))) eligible for registip.I the I'nited K'. -. ..I Nursing %  | t i UD d • M %  afsoa and then p nd to tii for Slater T itoi Cartlooate, The iniiumum tdui ational ipjallflcation will be a pass in the -tifteute or equivalent examif %  clicihle foi raglatratlon In Ihe United King. I Nuoing %  | raflarrid Applications giving age. qualiUcations and ] partonoOi iit.il to 'he l)irer!o* BO as to %  tn llic 10th Jann.tiv. 1953. 6 U M tn. Ooe-TOH MgAaaaa OaasWal "f Training in the -p.. i.tll-.il li-.olilin; of barkward and retarded ihtldrrn mdar '.he Darba I Oow ml Train, II D r.overnment Kler. nlai ,S. %  ibla ..t the Univeralt) >f London Inaclhita of Bdu a acadamle ; tralnlni u %  .i n i . .... ., : ihe 1953-54 W aj %  ii-ii teach i from ,i race 1 i shonld IH the Educi iddressed to lion Office not 10th of #•**\ tlltis (IHI)H(S TAKEN for Mineed fir. I'lum I'uddins. Hull t'ahe. CorkUil sauverie>. ITeserxes. Ire ( ream. en. -Kennnulh.' Slralhel'de. Ilia I *!HI!l i !" =^~ .i.ii—r nui aati HARRISON LINE ill I U Wtt.ll IKIIM 1111 IMIll) KINf.IIOM GR0L0OIS1 HOMEHAKII FlIK till Vessel SS. "TEMP1-E BAR" Froa Leavea Dae ltarhada>s Loiuii n 17th Dec [dtnrton 3oth Nov Hth Dec. ... U vet pool 3rd Dec 16th Dec. 1 and pfl ifport 5th Dec ittti DM TIIF IMIUi KIM.IM.M Far C'loaea la lilt 1.. III., s .. LOasdOO 12th Dee. For further Information apply lo > DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Agents ti 12 : %  in Teachers' Scholarships to the tnlvr-r-.lt, toller.of Ihe West Indies Applh ii hini oi Ihrag ymnf duration at the University College of th. w. | I an tavltad umd-r the Bartatdol Govcrni'i. Teachers in the Government Service who ( %  ijilcteri n ^ at Erdiston College. Api> rfl passed the London ttatrktUJ '"' l %  %  nad axtempUon therefrom, and musl forward their Certifl. tii then applioatloni Thaj should conault ttv Book of tl i ollaaW "i " %  w.-.t in ills, and Uaati bail bl %  ppJfcalion the nibjecta Ihoy i i ad during their Ana) dh |TM lltfJB. No course will tie appro %  pplteanl iindotiakai to road as one of his dag M Ihai | Mathematics (Applied). Vh\%  nod "i;' 1 fallura I % %  at the .iMiination for Ihi n Iha nuni I u sslo AppU h i %  Mm :.' %  i.t-i than the KHb January, 1953. fi 12 52—2n. ' '' % % %  KroMOa Government Training Scheme have completed their training at 'he General Hospital foi four scholarahipi commencing (subjoct I-I -'ii;-.t,„ %  ,,( %  (wing mnde for acceptance ol the appropriate flnaiillaU in the United Kim 1933. The purpoaa of these schol.usbips || til) . United in General Nurmng ;,m\ Midwifery and to gain up United ICingdom Hospitals bafore raturrdni to Barbados when v. ill he eligible f,.i appoint1 'i rpitaJ u staff Nurses or Charaa and %  ..:... i' tintime M theju return. Applications, giving age. qualillcati,,iis and previ -, .•houlii he forwarded M the Director of M. reach him not later than 10th January. 1953. 0.M CANAOIAN anrvicB IIWIUHIUI aai IMBOI \u i IM ALCOA r*rMS COaoNA KIM (.•i,| n.l,.iii ..! Da COSTA ICO. LTD ; Phon lit] IVEW VOIIK SKKVM'E (mm ruin an SOUTIIUOUfD ALCOA \l. OA \Mo\ roisria raoAaua nuurraai UOM ii A r riMTtna rout Arr. B'DOB. IS Mar 20 Mai T Jan. t K*. %  ivi. 4 Apt vtwoniEA.w Miivin; riavnanui) -ill MMtOl s SIKAMFB 'HASH MW OKLgANS 4 IV* MoHii.e a Dec. JAMAICA :, ,-,. Arr. BUOI. IIISIKIIII I KIN OF Till. I'KfMH Its IIF III) Ilift II) \ I ION oi JAPANB8I \"lh i'i I a^JasTVS OOVBRNMBNThaadecMadll 1 ""' |], i %  '"" I "' m should Ki i t, itionaltati • ho v. irorclvUta or I impru id M inti mod bj tl e Japanese du M ; '%  1 bl COMldered fnvn Umtc.i K ngdom nahon1 o Klngdo, tn captured nd impi %  Par Japonea* duxutg uw war (or uaeoterm, eiiher prtvatelv. i M Barba Vl ," '''V.'"<>"'"..i:' ihrjuW appl) iwaaaaTalalj A . L-Hi' %  l ^-""f osweluaiy IsuUrjinga, Qreat Hmiu Sin Ion, late ,ni'i ootionj s.w I .. S?*2 U T! thC a!l Ml „?-"i c fnr PP ,,caU !" has been announced %  -' Ihe Minister has discretion to accept .... 2Z2 "> wn n e,r4, unwtenees Me hai aaTeed that appiieafroaa Barbados will be eonaidereti pfrOVhatd that re-mest, for — ii reach the MUnstiv I>eforr the md of 1952 and that UNIVERSITY OP LONDON Pinnl Examinations 1953 I Of appl.c.n,,,,: for adaxuaaion to Final Ex of LondOl %  ,avaital IinunoUonj %  1 the I fot in a I nlv. .-il. |,. t n ,j 1^.0! WMnaday, 31st Drrcml*,. 1952 n -I--....i .ii),.,., '""> ' > %  lion. ., Lofni rM. Ttt C '" ; % % %  %  M oral e .mln.Uon_.0': ol ll„I CaodMMM laMof ,„, uni Pnmlni lkm M $85.5! takl I ll. |DARC A sC0TTf|(i|VE BOOKS THIS CHRISTMAS j l0J2 u ' ADVOCATE STATIONERY king an oral exam n Oral Ixaminatlon—45 %  "' aad Prad i;Uon—ao of SO 1 I NOTHING LIKE .... A WARM BATH AND A BRISK COLD SHOWER' I WHY NO' ORDER AN AS! Ol HI All It TO DAY f A\AIIA\ IIOIIS ''•" %  %  ""' %  I ,i,-l,v. CENTRAL EMPORIUM c-.r. BRIIAII n IM.K Hasan g|WMtwAmmuwvtmviwwmm s 1953 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY ADVERTISEMENTS CHANGES IN LISTINGS The attenflon of lh< Public is drawn to the tad that our s,,ir Sati with I all lamiliaiiinii and Uatlnca in Dtaplay (Heavy Type) in (taa ia.1 Telephone Directory are the Colonial Adrerttsim c... (B'dei) Ltd.. ol Jamea Street, town (Telephone 6134) to whi m all onquiriea should be addressed. Correspondence dealing with Chan::,-. ,n l.isiine, or Extra Uatinoi should, however, continue to IMaddressed lo the Telephone Cnmpan>. !•( B. I 27D PLEASE NOTE PTNAL HATE FOR SENDING IN %  the IMS DIRECTORY is ihe :ilM of IIP t I MRFK 1032 a After taut Hate n„ Chanties. LMra UMIaaji ate, ran he made. 'ROM YOUR GAS CO ? Tllr ISARBADOS IH.I'.PIIO.NF. .... 1.1(1. SrV!



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SATURDAY l>l< I Ml;i i. BARBADOS x I v %  Ml PAfiF. FIVE Speech Day At Foundation Girls' School Act. Governor And Mrs. Turner Attend Ing the remark by tl lion Girls' School. Mi>s H ii-.i-. „ %  tha %  'day that jt would be an ui %  ui cynical about the pram r-iained unfulfilled ,ici: \'\,v, His Excellency the A R. N Turner, put up a defence For tl Turner ulri that no on* Fin' Thefts Ro/torled %  ..= !" l !" ^ ,., ever, that when the DJ %  Education u* his Board we i %  at ihttr diipoaal, the t, M-. T.„.. n I St 1. J? .> ; r also prc i and distributed the prim*. hi B His f.xrcilency then gave hi address and Mr. Q. [', Y nan of the Governing hotly Dicemlter II. of the school moved the vote of C thanks bulr of the upper and hl bicycle which he valued at $6U middle s,!.!.-! rendered four > %  tonga, and • play en! %  •. • (";,(, %  • srrltten by J B The Play The play Opened with Mrs. Martin's children Toby (Diane Williams) and Jane, i I i\ \t:i:ii ot mr\r eminent was r.iStfanliv %  oar's, estimates n Budget of just over $12,000,000 has been -el aside for Bduceti He added that he hoped how"" Results Of Pitman's Exam %  M M Rock TYI'fcWRITlM. I I meni irt First I Ian • 1 Straughan, I'l'. Angela D I s ,„ M( i ( i m M Ho %  . v v shop on Dccomt<• i i in l \Kl ,r if i r-i.nr \i ike .mmi.11 ixhlWUe %  %  I 111 tt m > ll.-n i Hi lnuilt LIM |il "• % ulil have hem Ir.intfnrmrd In! onr of the burnt %  peti el Ihr Part IU.I .mir.i tins i .... el Ufa pert i .ix proplr look .,1 Ihr Seeetate • !" %  I" %  : srMa rtnln is ; UM< i srefuul Itrarlitr lettfatl for lee -Til n '111(1'. %  rd enpt| Vrr ren i *. i beee ke'i tc Ml 1 F Nurse) INTKRM: HI MI I Irst i ISM %  i RoHlnal, J. I M i; %  I Second I ts*J b i n %  tma Hope Xiiihineiic I elan); %  l x %  %  Beokkeeplni A HAS (a ju\st around the i ornvr . Why not Brighten up "your Home with SILVER STAR C0NG0LEUM The Floor Covering in many Lovely Colours! AND So i:\sv TO o-expectantly awaiting her arrival s on Christmas rye Bight, Tthfl smaller child Jane is sure II I I Santa Claus will turn up frith 81 \ presents, for her mama says so. n "' Polios ai While Toby who has Iwn dis % % %  %  cussing the Santa Claus isga c l' R WilUan with children at school tS$ BsW STOBWT TaliP chit ic tillv to iViinb !ln>r.. WM anyone „t Sant. •wnin in. Mrtonnm Ml ...... I I.IIHporlray.l of a b f.mnly home at Christmas ffra with Mrs. Marlln assurine Ju. DETAINED AI llnsril \l X,? !" " Uld COn "'"" Th,„, Al inttrvalu in the ulnv there •>' %  '" "< K tS arrives with many pres^'" 'I p.m. Ha I.K.-S the children u> Sfi"^* r" BSe The Greatest Gilt" at I loth' 1 i lehem. They meet man> SUM there who have come to "The Greatest Gift" — tth| Lo' | Jesus Christ. Tius scene especially was rich Three Yachts Leave On Pleasure Cruises ; mt. .MI. ,1.1' i. c I.f.miter. Beyond %  %  half knot 1 %  %  i BUM I.I M !' \i \I:I,O in make-up. Some girU pi ived the role of aniiels. others aa the three wise men, and there was M iv. ths Bal The last scene was at the Martina' where Sanla had gOOB on and Toby and left many present*. In her address the he said: — "Thil is a report on the worfc of the Sehool for the year 19M. "In the Oxford and Cambridge General CarUncate ol Education %  . ths fl ned on lbs wbola %  good standard. There few diSSBf %  '• 'be ex%  %  weakness in Mat W< i rs aware t some of I I affoel is being made to master lhI Bis %  submittetl papers In eight •Ubji I iintortj %  ' %  %  %  may be. isae. "The Report of the Royal Drawing So-iety on the VTOrtl submitted by the Sehool in M.ru asauninstl >" In June is "the work t* colourful and in igSI very promising". SB 0rta gainiM passes and twenty-two p.ie-1. Only two wne belmv %  in the League <>f Empiro ScxMOb) Competition tl entered wo.k In two In ths Intermediate Division it wts awarded second priSS tar it* porters. It was unfortunate that the work on POSb limited to the lnlerm-i as the best work Iton may be and is pronlMtU inniois who great keer: planning and executing ti-eir at ttn |*sgg 1 %  At the time of 1 I Cricket %  Hie !> %  %  i while ti.iin the opt* red Both recrvdl new Beyead i | MIM li i IROO I lljrrM.^d Vftth | ,,, M U' I ind %  si '. ; . %  %  %  ( ( M r. I %  I \i I-M. c tKGO |>|.A\ Itl IIIMIM.I I1IU X %  %  MM! BT Lt'CU i for tha M in llrnrirll.i %  : L Marea Henri, il.i s> w Owneii A %  HlxMiKlKK '' I.. I IRfJOINQ UPAIM %  %  %  H %  : %  V l A D. Dun end (amll i r i' M Giu i %  21 Days lor Larceny %  %  %  i %  I I • Birtlta Mihrii* I llisliiriral Snricl\ \m in r tin sti M INVt tl I MM! III.IV Ol IOVTI I IAB1 "I'l ISI.ItS \*t ink I.t, IB .I. i. 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WHAT'S ON TODAY %  c •••" i* CM kited %  < rum* tot tmuitn Advocate Ci>r* CoMnHiM MNiWf arc A 11 7T!T.; w <• %  B C A H C L. CiMk.l rutura*. KnilnfUn I SS K UI / C Hammond leetura10 Srhoci IVarhrr* ,i Church KMM 1 •• t Pola-a Baitd al AJMiuai Drill Hail • H B iiDArS WtATMtR RrK*T '" %  OMrhM: M *JU Mr MVA M> sat* 1** < %  • T. -rt—i M ure SSS-1 T— rwwr c TS~ > %  KM* S-r nar •Ym*M '. S* * Commonwealth Economic Conference Ends Named Cardinal New Approach To Problems (From OUT Own Correspondent) LONDON. DM. II The Commonwealth Economic Conference which endad to-night has decided on a completely new approach to the problems of the sterling area based on gradual relaxation of trade restrictions and a step by step Advance I freely cuiiveitiU*> pounds. The Conference stressed, however, that these timau objectives could only be achieved through improvement in the sterling area's balance of payments with the test i.f the world. f"~ Oil Drilling Starts In January >ng the i become Immediately effectlv thai are to the United Kingdom Covernmcnt has announced that tn future reside ntoutside the sterUi A area, who have invested capital in approved projects in Britain and colonia' territorial, shall be allowed to transfer capital profits "across the exchange*." Hitherto, this ridht ha> extended only to sterlinK equlvalenl of initial investment AKCMSI5HOP J Francii Mrlntvre. 64, namtd Cardinal by Pops I'm XII, Is shown with an altar boy at Mass Ui the private chapel *f his 1-oi Angeles home He will be the first Cardinal west or Si l/uj emdhisapooln'mem rl*ej American meml>er->iip In (he Sacred College to four. f/>ii*rnal ; onal> 13 KikuyUs Rounded Up NAIROBI, Kenya. Dec Thirteen Ktkuyu were rounded up in a police and military raid al Lodge where Briush Queen Elirabcth was staying when her lather. King George VI.. died last February The thirteen were picked up in the Nveri district for questioning on the Msu Mm oeth-Uking ceremony, at which two persons alleiredly were assaulted, robbed and forced to take an oath to chase the white man from Africa In the Thomsons' Falls are* rtrdiih troop* accompanied by an ..rnumred mr squadron ra ded native squatter*, for screen Init. — Mr. Eisenhower Is Displeased By MMtMMAM SMITH HONOLULU. DSC, I'residenUE 1 e c t Elsentu showed marked displeasure — through his stall—Friday of president Truman'-, charge that his Korean trip was the outgrowth campaign of demuRoguery. Mr. Eisenhower himself had nothing to Say publicly about the Presidents broad swipe at his ihrce-dav visit to the snow covered battlefront. but his aides left no doubt that he viewed Mr. Truman's remarks with someth %  pproachlnf contempt. \lt Kisenhower, who arrived here on Thursday aboard the cruiser Helena, planned another work and play schedule for Frl,i,. n, %  i> *. hold • %  %  "'' % % %  '•'' | ies of meetings to discuss military topics and to get in a bit of golf on the l-hole course where he and hi* staff are living. He planned to leave on Saturday Si BOOn for New Y hea > pieces of equi|>tnciu whuh v. en at Hnietown Baaab an re Turner Hall A to* building operations for the iwe MO barrel tanks began The company started to build the steel derrick sub structure pa Dee 3 and three days Inter srOfk on the derrick proper began West Indian Vims Achieved (Pram Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, Dec 12 Uh iii l-abour Minister, leava* for Ni a 01 h on bia waj 10 Tiimdad aftor C inference. Before catching; ine ivc Ihln exclusrvc interview >w the 1 ruevru \eiur we ui lei icieche faciof>. in in* fut ui pattern of world trade ind Rnance. il West Indian terriUhfir eeon' be '-ten. of immuel be retain\ aecine Used For Cattle Disease 'l rba Mcr* 1.111(•erne* sod LU>lton -mil. happll* SecreUry of Male far the CektoAe* Is lelllai Ifcem lie uK al there ran lie no doubt ''Ut the lurmum exletlns as tkr trio openlnc at Hie ( ..mm .eallh (enfemee Un. aMiagrapai ,m| .i M he 11 it Huoke* J^iHil< rit.i-s\\h ll to, 1 .1 the Celealal oate. n r %  lh< WARNING TO BRITISH NEWSPAPER INDUSTRY Income Tax ^ WANTS W.I. BAGASSE Inspectoi* Appointed Mr. C. W EArcher. liiM^-'t^r, Within the ne*t few days, the Department <>i Iricosaa T->x and company will be moving the Death Dulles, has been appointed heavy lifts already at Turner Hdl. l(I the post of Inspector (Income into position and will also start Tax), aa from June 1. 1952. getting the mud tanks built * • Swr wMta mil*— aMV*^ m m clerk In the ivli'V harr? work will l v nore^enrv to[Witlstrates' Courts. Dlstrlcta *A jmplete the '•* and put all thel-f and "F." lie wa appeatslM iclllarj drill! %  Qtf nt into Tariff Prohlem-. Commonwealth Governments also agreed to give sympathetic consideration to certain special tariff problems—chiefly of a technical nature—affecting the colonies. On the quesUon of llnancc policy the Prime Ministers emphasised that sterling convertibility Is an Integral part of agy effective multilateral trade system. But this obJecUve could only be reached by progressive stages. Convertibility. they stated, would depend upon three fundamental condition* One, upon the continuing success of the sterling area's efforts '* %  -urb internal inflation and ichleve balance with the rest of 0 On pace 10 Shopping Days before Xmas Bridgetown A "Film City" Bridgetown became J TllBl City" yesterday afternoon. A Dim production unit ol the But. Warner-Pathe Newarcel organicMow spent nearly the entire aftei noon in Bridgetown itasottng scenes. Tbo unit attracted a graet f attention and members of the crowd who ,is*i*tci receiv.i iMiiUaume Up*. The unit arrived by B.W.I.A from Trinidad on Thurda> and left last night for Trinidad. During their abort stay they shot scenes of local fishing boats at so > A some of the island's beaches. Bridgetown, scene* were taken of the Wharf, Hurbour liiliceuu-n mauby and pottery sellers, and buses. This unit, was responsible Cot the production of a very successful documentary film "Travel BUjBl which will be shown in Boa we IndieIn the New Year. It !.. come to the Eastern Ca ribbea n I make colour supplement?. ri un PBQM Pictorial Film Maga/ine whlch hai a world wide circulation; and at the .same time to take material tor a short tourist attraction film on the Islands of thi Eastern Caribbean which is being sponsored by R.W.I A ind BOA< and which will have a wide distribution in the United State" an throughout the rest of the World a> On i-.e 7 tn .Tune, (Grade as i Tax and \m %  Itfal. to the Exeeiilrve %  paetor, income Death I*uiiet. Depart\1 l %  uppouiUa Barbed IIIHIV. i n \ II HOI II MfUMS LON!" I It thai British newspunt Dsanetfacturefa do soon to make use? of the nuar aana baga ill ibli In the Hnitlaii WeM Indies, U.S manufacturers undmibh will beliewa Mr. W. T. Curtls-Wtbwn a form< pn f the Newspaper Society. British mill* are falling bahtnd Uw An use of sugar cane waMe to In %  iii'Lires in "TinNawipapoi World". "U MauwL^auaiua tl. HII l.llrfC t p.lj, wllh gross proQhj in II i /•heels of tome I not thought || worth arhili to tin a small fraction of this vast sum In carrying out i the lii.ililit.iclin. oi | .1 mw tiiiitin il Britlsi < Itoyeliipmenl of the us ajAaV.spi mi supplies, he < ftiblished in London. S. Koreans Retake Hills nci nmenl %  ( %  filch has %  n.i %  .i in i real I thai Hi. numbi I %  ini Iverl in Martlniaua is u Qovernmenl there to I ho '-.laughter policy" as Is ind as an II i %  inli ..ml animaln b.. al iegulm or ine past eight ..'.-. i %  |a] foi dlag i 1 ..i ..in nf il" whlefi > %  uny. \.. \, %  ine in ll.rh.id.i. lie said th.it Barbados at the has no vaccine agnins' ... bill |—*iMlifi.s rot obtaining lee had the i inference The life i lnnt should the <>. break, Govprob iWj ruliipl Tin '< %  Baaai hvad Nujsear Training at SI Ho pttal. passed the Final in January, iMo. i he Slate faHl m June. 19511. Site was eni %  L.'i.lu, Jewish Hospital for three months. Miss Si lliH look a .ourse In Be< kenlism Malerbrt) ItOSpttal I paused Part I of e Oential MIdwives Board ExainaUoo m May, i3i She took j post-graduate Course in osslpat.ents and casualty work It Wc-.ltorlal ilospiuii fr abo She t.wk Part H "' t* Hidwifen Course al Hiliingdon I passed aSe axamil iMon 6V peesnoei IMS Mi w. P. Cooper, TaanaoV al AS! %  '. | • [r>. .... | Govcmmeti' I I I i The appoint' < %  II 1952. Mr Cooper is S4 years of age and wu %  ppointed to the Oovernment Flectrir r>-paitnu-nt I Assirl ."• on Anaust i IS42 He has been acting as Elecirleal i" %  %  F C WinYotl h.e t>een apphinte'l Officer f"wrmanding. Barbadrn 'leglment Call For "Holy War" CAJRO, Dec. 12. A fall for a "holy war" against l -.:. defence of Arab NItlonalliti wss made by liar Islam kwler to-day at prayernttended 1 OesseraJ Mohammed Naguib' %  nd D as I fpiaefa shishakl I of Egypt and Syria. r.,.in moils to Jihad" was Sheikli Ahdel IJUI % %  JOVU Dae i'J Booth Korean ngiituiK man i' aplund llig and Little N< it H lo-nighi n %  u*ii'i Bang mam executed under covi , Soov Koi. Ind dov.o ana side of Big Nori, taking advantage of the imipga of battle that bid the valley. The : %  r.: ni.noeuvre Wn Uie .Soutii Karaani both lull". United Press correspondent Fred Palnt"-i reported fRHn "•' All >'l OMlpoal near Ijttle N'-M The IIOK llnnkiiiM aaDW BM against ntublKirii Chinese Hrda dfending the lulls was Uwn ninth counter-'Mack IIDCI the\ ijttie Nori aarlj their math to-da> Witheung shcllllre bun and hand grenades turneil South Kon u %  'urges.—t'.P. I. St %  nd %  UN the i CHRISTMAS MUSK BY BLIND SCHOOL i hi Si-he ML llhnd under their conductor Mi Harold Nock, tltguiut Of St John's Parish Church, will present a (uogiamn.. ol Chn Una the Mental Hoapltal Black if'"k. on Monday Dee. 22. The choir will be assisted by some o' the leading artists in the Kland. 'Hall ii. II try of the world la "111 British OomraflBwaalth %  er-Kn.wni,: %  %  native pi*i>pi.aitthln Mill, iwasted a yeai ,. ..... ug.H t:t <>v II. i .. a/g pand BHU I %  pope' outside Uie Hi r woaltl ( Wttfj Hi., : produi-ed %  and N 'i< seeking fo ii II the wit ui UH G F. : %  I I %  bean hopi A tl m %  I %  but H I I %  SI .. —L'.p. Christmas Supplement The Advocate's %  ChrUISMI Hupptemeni will IHdr llvered with lo-morrow Sunday Advavslr The front .mil i> M i % % %  •re the lint atteaaeH at three %  -iliiiif rrprodUeUon in the Island. It U the work of the Advocate a Photo I ". %  LepartmenL The front - • %  11fv and has expressed vllhngneas lo assist in correcting VST3 reaasuriruf" Sal is the to PJ i ies said he considered :, renee <e for in the clr%  Mei. .dso there was recognition of ihe necessity tn plan against pn..' flnctuaUons and insecurity of markets by iiilernatiorui! %  iii-eemcnts might take in the UM point of view oi I Mr Adams had been pvery troiig1> th.it irrespectivt' of 'hataver form these commodity greement* With regard tn this future, ihev can only be acceptable to the West fndles If the DNtni i< retained." Mr fjkrnee was sure that tha Wi-.l Indies would welcome the UM-iou to concede to foreign tn\-stnrs the rtHht to transfer This rht to provide nn addodT limulus to foreign Investor" In he West Indies-. Hg revealed thai the nouble uxatl.m dimcultv had figured -minetrth In extm ,.'. .rnptroller for l> huspgtnl to be bull*. riV iisad a* nd Wepfire -luring No-.emRoseau. Dominies. Local Mod' icnool, .ber. -itnliutn SI79.107. Tl inast grant authTlxad icheme raplacae an •artier plan was one of S2K.BO0. for th successful All us wllh gratitude and the hope lhal -we shall be able to continue thi* maat pleasurable service lhat means so much lo us. A Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year JC BEVERAGES 2" & B Bottlers (Barbados) Limited



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r\(.i ruo II\KII\IMIS MJMM \ I i SATURDAY IH.iT.MBr.il l-i. II I ir*l M*U V|R a I Olt! I <,>:•!> %  nn<> u ii • • • ftfl./fi i.itrnirnl inifcharl waked or. the lUd .-yt* STARS %  — VTMJ ADVOCATE BRIDGE EMPIRE THEATRE I vi: MM. 10-11*1 I It — 1.43 SH When the hand* point straight up... th* excitement .tarts! Rheumatism. Ankles Puffy Backache. Kidneys Strained? a uc-t. Mr. ftUn 1 '•i„i, I th.1. : ... inanIM li. I v Wilfred MeNallly of 11... ury n>rt.. |j v oewriie. I rr. Ju • ,'-,i.de • il. br. \en in who wn ,n.ar b> her father, wore A \. York modelled outfit of allr "*** „„! iha i-,... wlMt mtr slipper Hlln, cloaaI ibs-nn. 'in i-wlici. tang -leevea and of nylon wthntd with matel* .„, slutted -with r^im. >'./ I..,< tiTvgrrm. tongU. veil w. Itaan HI *.oe bv ... or.nc blMMm ,-' h nd "* r, ,M ' T. t lr. R. 1.. Eocharuri lilte*. Gerbera*. Nf %  '.'-me-Not inn A_|>r_iii< fftn %  HI %  tew days 111 Only brtalNinsild w.Iw couMn M.* Manane Duncan, who ww land rhii Oca-un income /., Cowva jyji; JOHN runtgua 1 lUctKUm u .-ourw h x .,, ,,„. HIM win 1 %  "il^tulii/uln.n ^ v. 11, a 1 1 . ttatfn*. M.,nv h.-tppv p also Redn C M; I %  %  Bl, Jam* /^OKGAT1 1..MIONS to Mr. V-. 1 Ooodridga of Plii.sant Vale butf, si. Trwunan lirthtli • -io>r shot nylon ..ver ny* %  ta. uhe can-tad bouquet travel • %  In loceutton w held Arfal-M. *HM -4r /fttf.(i/fc.'./rti/ I^HE UailMdus Cboiml 80GMt) %  pod Ml r.. ITII.I • "" % %  %  I '''"l %  II 1— u. %  rho C ONUKATUIJ\THJ\S l„ M, NdVllli K hw lust M. Iiwd hi HIStMr \nlional CrrIHIcjilr in BMrtc.1 Enilli.in EnicUml V.-vill. 11,.. ..„, „ Mi Wl Irl Suppl, 1 i,rpnn.t<„ii ,„„l Mr < Morlq ol .-ni-lf.,,! H....S. Ikw, Wl Hill 1 ,„ „!.! I "|| Ktael s:..raim lord At II..Ml.ini. MI tl| || ,„ || ir (,. sMaii on bn „, i. an |.li...r> Me aanda hw kmd pp. • %  I all hl^ rrlamli in BarI fur Chri.lm.i. fflHahlS M il A. K. la t a iim aa n .^. .. ( Mr. K. K. W.lcoll y t „„,, %  n w.ikoii „i i„, i,„,i 1 Hi". Wa. an arrival from L.,nd..n. EngUnd hv B.O.A.C ami B.W.I.A. v:„ I %  and Trii.i.lii.i a ih,. Chraimu i,„iid.y with li^i parents. Mi WalMi ,.. „ u„,le„t „, lembroke Culli-ae. Can I TrlniiiiHl PI W I A • r 11 B Mack %  Mr. BUckburB la OBlcer or BradMl 1 < %  in ,. hiU h 1.1, n...iKli'.-i .if Sit John ..ml L...I, V.i.il ..f Fxlahill II .„*. si Thomas Ctoutjv of Om^ Wl drawtoj „r th. 1 of the St. IlloBii ,H;i.i,,.i *I3 InatMd <>1 Honda] ; %  %  1 I.U..I it 1 uiit,,. I: ' I4l felaOUld .intiiiue 11. draw UaiMdiHii tourlit. H.iitMK.< Ml MoCat%  • it the hotel, and m.irie | tottl ..f thInland. Ki nWl t MMP %  .rr^iiKol lor Kspran.. bolo and Chorus by John E Writ She will .it >> VIIK ., |.IUU(> ui Tin' proganani u favourUM iinH ,i ntimlwr of ( 1 Prefa-an -'.>II .ire on > .'i .i< tin Advocate Rtiii.iiiir: >. Ml 1 Wif,i and St-etu %  %  H Clerk 1 1 Kfl 1 Bl ( %  .itiii-n-al. Chrittmn* m,nt*Thtinm*mt > nti the loplc ct louriaf 'T'MK Animal Toy Senflre a ', Kaxt.r. T.C.A.. local 1 the James Street Methoril" n tells mithai more Cam.Chuu-h ikoptoot m Sunda* will be Niithm.utid Boon !>> %  H. Tlie rhildirn's Sundi^ nl of JCA'two S-''-MI bediu at 3 pm. and thU week The rlnt li chala %  rMIOWOrf hv mi cveninjr i Dec. 22nd. and w at T ,,, Aihe evenan* MM-ve tlt-imiida. BOrbadOft *''"'' Rev. K. E Tt.wm will % %  1 iMIIKUd. .Kldrea*. I ryotM altendlnK Is *ked t. A RRIVINf; from on Th POCKET CARTOON r.. oxttrttr LANCASTI ft In.-. '. Mtr. .' i.i .. 11 nu ll11 *i into ii'imiur i WF* O until H-ff'rt I'r I trixn CbrUti AiitaMit't<'liriatmauth Moveioenfs Christ%  '.aa |.rBriimme at their centre ruda Rridce. The prfifiiimtnc consists or HI Millionenrol* rtc VniitKerrtit fft>ti T>.i, f-r 1 NTRANSIT from \ I-I„-HI Ihe SS De Cnuae on Thursdtu i-o her way hack to Mont•arral -as Ml-s iie-rii. Taylor, a (iiade 1 Teacher nl the Wealev Btaa spent one vaar in th* I' K dotn :i cnurtM' In hnusecraft %  I Seafnrd Citlle. Suasex. While in Barbados. Uk< Taylor is a guest at "Allworth", CheapHttrk Tu Jmnuivu L KAVING loi rrtnldad Thursday morning b> B.W.I.A. on his way back to Jaoaha wa, Mr Stanley JMnijle %  • the Impart men t of Arrlrulturc. ho had been aeronded tr DomMea. He spt'i.t u few days here ,u a liiie*t at the Hastingi. Hotel. Theatre Audience* See "Carmen" On T.V. Opera SS, u'"^ %  '" H ' 9 %  %  • I*"I, *IM> naxht I,, HIIP,,,„•,!;?,;„... '.: tli.nil.I "ere preent al the hiatortc event %  .f h,-.,.„. „,.„„„;. HM their Tmu.. pr,, ran.ed fr, ,< %  ih, \i,.i ,„,,i„., .,. ,, ""' •nu.uai.,1,, mil in in film — "" ..-an-.,,.. .,. Opera lover. .1 San rraneuu:o ,,._. .,,„„. „-,„„ "' 11"' llshU had ta pay aia doUari but Ua> fra n.ikl ma,',, I ".'"' •'"""• """"'li'H'1 • Punch and buffet s up,100.,., Maaaif to ihe aw The manaaeim-m had n-eiUni Ln, a.ut '" %  '"" •>""'" < ""' eh,"np.ne bul .,r^aaro" !;:• \T'-* Hiked,,, .at ...II,. • %  ." I...I .,. It would luive I aaalnn —0J. I I I I T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) I YOUR SHOE STORE aaaaaaaaa SSaaaaaS '''"—:-: 42W ^^^ ^^^ I TOYS WAUHNQ IKH.I.s ujjj PAW Tfarnra DOLL 8IS "" s c.. .1. $1.10. & $3.14 %  % %  itva mm '" KKI,S $1.20. S2.IB. MM $6.2" $7.70 l "' S r. $1.20 & $1.41 |l.fl & S2.40 ?*?! %  A.IPri„i ST NIS ll. 3.11 & S4.8K VKS $ 22,011 & $4.0 DBUafS . KOI.I.IR SCATKS M ,„ J \M) I'l.KNTV MIIRi: TOYS SO M I MliiXlill OBI TOY SPKdAl. TO TOY LAND AT ^MnnRffHH.raKMnfmnnffHHiWk:eturtt %  -! %  % %  ol the alexan



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i kCl II s IIAKBAIMis \n\. -, All Bll V* IIKCTMnill Hutton, Compton, Star In "Final Test TThev Meet Australia In Cricket Film SPORTS EDITOR'S BAG N %  %  Indian negro southpaw. %  ii| hi* pro*pect> %  %  • %  %  i tip BarIn lu %  %  % %  M RPRISI l IA I N Ills OWN T'ilr it-year-old Germ -i hi tlic .ill round iiv i producod %  %  i hi .inch w a •' .LikjlOf by the' the iiiuod .1 feus IO'J n %  .v througn ivoget] toufht ill iiKtu hand buckled th<* ninth irniun gad nO %  H dotted tl %  I tbl I *3f :il any ..in danger ol bring by Mikua. H CRITIC ..Mother CTtlH i equally com pi imeafary of B) hifirst maiae ha forced ;hU with Planr %  %  %  : wiq Ltagllahman Fran! U #eoa \NOTHKK IIAltltY DUNN Kilt (.1 KM \N B HI I i. hy not been i .1 1 %  mkta Johnooo, the OCdUng lo I-ondnn rojportl %  i :.i in ad i* lined orown -which IB now vacant— %  InFrankl Hannrrv—George Harnr* Aii'tr.iM sTIt \l.lVs HATTING -FIND* A Colin McDonald who 1 tiring South African team laol MiSec,mil TOO! %  %  btl 24, i < iiiiSouth Africans at Sydirl on 136 for the second wicket in** 97 thai be BOI n to have deII IS <(llitc likely thiif %  I''' partnn Arthur Morris l League Cricket Notes %  Soandai i pi i'l'-i its UMM RUM in iha tool MHI n ih' i OOTlOHfl Of the league tordrd the nod wont a BCOrlni an Inning*. vi< toi I With ttlil vn • mbtisbed eon 0 chiun '. the champion-ship of lit. division. There Is at p i HM i inn TM lone and St. John baptutt gain* Cyclone in Mill much In therun ning for tbti championship By SCMJBBU R lto>s ( lulls I luba in inCor* dlVUUOOJ had an ting daj lo tutl dii talon Bo) Club in" Ubert i %  %  Boys could only raJae 10. "f IBU %  ith 20 l l of oonwa in this DWkkai m which %  I thai match v u i the* ch;impi"'. dlfknoi Radcliffc Ahead RadjcUffi not to ghrc up until %  : %  %  in which Ihcy should i iclory. n n parfactlj -n j>r nest tan %  1 %  %  %  .. .' %  %  OBtnta. ,. is something to make .'ven the rno*t hardy tftcKOV lovcr gaep In %  A ith 0* freezing point, LM Mutton DUtt %  %  comes down U ion to bat Of Australian!. A ., %  %  loofa I !l>c 0;.i>f %  ciuminy* runs Lon told the part of the players from dressing room to wicket what to do. He summed it up "A lot oaotor than %  : • %  nken feed i i with racing Undwall Of the att, bo aays \ They I -ing room In these holiday Shoes Wliilr S\ Un int-sh SanduK uiih i.iw **i g hmm "* -IIII-. ILH INrwnwn'n IV.Ika Dol Sanrials Shell Courl with cross uvrr Hlraps in wn\rn brocade. Low wi-dilr heels. SomelhiiiE rralh smart for Ihe season Per Pair T" li( \ -m l. QAME CONTDOJES TO-DAV E ANNUAL i'< %  A-lic.l.. lixiunwbah opened at Kensington It will b.rcmemlHTCd ti.ni the nri. were dlemlaaed Ioi in and up to clooo t"e li.c.A had hl four duick wukets for 21 runs. i klndei woathor lo-day and Ihe B.c.t.. will have thru hand! Mllod U) dtanUeang th,thrre International''. WaU cofl M %  i k( i %  %  Ung da) Of crii'ket l> WIS CUP I'KF.PAKATIONS *TMIF. i lutri In th.porting world, the centre a court at Mi rnorl Ldola da arboro Iha Uavis cup chalT l ol DOXl nmiith. i5 reaching i SIKTIIJI Htlention, our correspondent i [tad by ii team of expert* ropute Ih-ajaaaot H c. Trum'.'. • %  \ %  ill ; -i Ron greh Inatltuto. Eiiih' 1%  iwi %  %  being proparod. but tIn . %  th* nt 11 .11 b- in%  far. A full dtrOM on,will'tie held oil, ition including Iha now eJacaMaodard loal thr ton and m > .sent It> Iti* wtckOt. In lUit ov.r tfro hours they had OOOTOd LM runs in frae st>k>. Contributing to this total wenCmillhrurU 44. P. Straker 42 and E. Hind.. 3;. For All Saints. J Hock took 4 for 16. In tbafaT first innings All Saintfared badly against the attack of Qoodrldga ..nd Greaves and were .ill out for 20 runs. Goo.1rldge during the COtino of the innings bad an analysis of S for 0 runs and ended with "> for 4. GlOOVI I took 4 for 10, Aakad to follow on, AH Balnti again ran into iliilln. %  roiilrl only double their first mliiicscore, with a total of 40. Thompson 16 not out and Welch 14 were the only hntsmen to reach double figures. Once again it was the bowling finalists will, of Goodridge which routed Iha preliminary All Saints batsmen. In thb in* > %  % %  i -" II < ,i ii. r ui t.i-i< i t > ,. .......-I 2 for 6 Hoi .... !" IK .1 IO III.I,. th,. .._(.. %  __>.._ >,.ml*. n 1 OdlM 0d the and ings he took chleving a match or 24. I. ThonipM. for 2. analya thw ,r II Dyal in \seithe U i \ anory, tho gas-works and to reai: .,. • %  ,< |j In s t realistic." all it la ao nood that I iranl i. Belli M to mj own ci-iiiies hangar, • I overs and Ami u I fralkod out on 3 '"' '" "> 'I overs, Mthe Test Match atmospliviv ld . i to bo right there." .**.***'*. . f I s "'"Of Om real action e.ickct ck K JJULf. 'IIIT* 5 .'T 1 wflldl 'll COBIO fnim newsreels. but they accomplished and then went i,.,.,.,,, ,,,,, ,„ hKrfi kll,i i"|| Do Ii I vcrv rime x >\*L: : •-••-. '--." ' WHdS HERE! CJOOD \ "' OL'SMEDLEV? HOWS A BOV? VOO LOOK GREAT.' -OHOVOIJ DON'T KNOW A, HUH? OUTA SK3HT OOTA MIND! COME OHIN GIVE A 0 '•" %  lr "" next yoar." %  nd with M< i.(..s way with 38. 1* Ihe game and full i tin,; "-' I afora l cannot au what is wkfttotj tho axact poaltloii Howovor if 1 i son a 1 ctory 'for 1,1 ,n ' '' %  i the Dispute Commitlee will haw* to go Into, the claim id full iiHigiM i>> Dovor tho Dovar points, I i i %  ,\ match Notre Damo i ilnta. 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