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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Barbados -- Bridgetown

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

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ESTABLISHED 1895



PERSIA WILL GO
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MR. ACHESON

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ISSUES

WARNING TO BRITAIN |

Mossadegh Must Find
Means ‘To Save Country

PARIS, Dec. 15.

Jnited States Secretary of State, Dean Acheson

warned British Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden on Mon- |

day that unless a solution is found quickly to the Persian |
situation, Persia may fall ta Communism.

Highly authoritative quarters said Acheson in a 55 |

minute meeting with Eden between sessions of the NATO
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MAJESTIC AND SYLVIA

BELOW is “Majestic”. a new taunch built at Mr. W'vam
Forde’s Shipyard, Bay Street, for Messrs. DaCeata & Co ta..,
was launched yesterday afterno Mr. Forde & five uths

to build “Majestic.”

She is powered by a Diesel errine and has a seating
capacity fer 40 passengers. She srings the DaCosta fleet of
launches to four, Others are Troan, Titan atid Valiant.
SYLVIA (right) was the last of » four Calvert fishing boats
to be launched at the Reef Be; yesterday. She is owned
by L. Hope of St. James.

His Excellency the Acting Guvernor

and Mrs. Turner were

present at the beach earlier in the morning to watch the
jJaunching of the first fishing boat, Gainea Pig, owned by
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lem. at waterline with 10 ft., six inches
These: aupries aed Ac eee | beam and draft five ft., six inches, |
told’ Eden frankly that the ‘ited | j She will oe powered by a Diesel |
old | yt t “ }engine and has a se ating capacity
States is considering purely a B Of I : ss |
unilateral approach to f lier ey unis wae peers n
Mollammed Maasadech ti fies ep is the first launch to be);
ther effort to break the o . A T |built locally for DaCosta & Co., |
lack ee ae aead~ grees oO Cw | Ltd. and also the first to be launch- | LOND Nan i
Sai ; i 4 }ed at Mr. Forde’s Bay Street ship- bed p sn . 2 I is Dec. 15
A son according to American | l R { |yard. Mr. Forde has already built Australian Prime Minister, Robert G. Menzies, is ex-
quarters was convinced altho IL rls 7 ‘ , r ee a
ha oie ‘dene eich? , " ae oca erorms a Se P pee —Carib. and pected to make the first approach to the United States for
_ ¢ « + whic wi > 1 & ‘eVisi p ‘y ~ acific ‘ tte
member that the Persian situ- | Hardwood Altey sipwa Mor eon ss vision of ANZUS Pacific Defence Pact to include Britain.
ation is one major problem which} o,. p / wan NIS, Dec. 15. lis the fourth launch owned by| lhis was strongly hinted on Monday by officials here in
should and must be dealt with|, e Bey of Tunis today agreed | DaCosfa’s. M answer to questions concerning a brief announcement
immediately. In contrast to the|12 4 Conversation with French The others are Trojan, Tit | >
British view that because of «| Resident General Jean de Haute- | yates Trojan and Tita: me from Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s office on Sunday
good harvest in Persia, the Mossa- | S@c@ue to support two of the! built ing a abt eae ne that the situation in the Pacific had been discussed with
a Jecrees introdu Se it I uult in England between 1928 and
degh Government not danger-| ,oc6q refor: eae rence Pro- | 1930 while Valiant was built in Australian and New Zealand Prime Ministers
ously weak, the U.S. attitude is! The B orms i the protectorate. | Trinidad and later bought by Da- ,
that the Tudeh or pro-Communist he Bey gave his consent in an | Costa's. The announcement said the
party strength has been growing dout G son a ae. French Resi-| ~ Mr. Trevor Bowring, a Director eee had reached ‘complete Mr. Adams Goes
in recent months and that unless}tq the Palace ; pote ae ee | of Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Litd., told hor oe oe regard to cer- :
Mossadegh can find some face- ace e Kel Y ithe Advocate that the towing of ain undamenta propositions at
saving way out of the oil impasse, roe and troops and telephone iighters made it necessary for the . ‘oii Which will in due course be the To Canada
Tudeh may easily come to power. | pj, Oa zane Cur. |firm to have an additional launch. é subject of friendly discussions I o ; ;
Acheson 43 uhderatood toe huve FE ae ; o decree deal entirely Formerly, when a launch was with the United States. iFror i Own Correspondent)
ee : iA . vith local and municipal reforms. | ‘ “ oe . LONDON, Dec. 15.
stressed to Eden that such devel-| Neo Dest the N ~ docked they had to hire one from ' Asked whether tl ! (
Soimenk wend. poate al ovaiey foes ae he ees Party lanokhes Arvin: e “8 Ms 1ethe Lis imp ied that Mr. rrantley Adams left London
crisia for the | ‘West : vould | ar eee ay o meas to this | Earlier in the day four Calvert ‘io i ” pga ui would seek talks with today for Canada on his way to
ear eee : part of 1e reform plan though it fishing boats were 1: shed at the t ited States concerning re Barbados after attending the Com-
confront the We fying | rejected the le ee a : shing boats were launched at the f ANZUS ; :
prospects throughc do len. ie plan as a whole.) Reef Beach. They are part of the ' eer “US an official said, monwealth conference in London
Ae ‘- | Sources close to the Bey’s Palace fleet which was constructed at the “on the face of it, it would appear Hoe expects t ive in Barbados
East, said there was no mention of de-| os) Mae oe ee etructed: at the that Australia and New Zealand. moneda te Mt Barbado
New Plan | posing the Bay rior Omi dics grounds of the Fisheries Experi- , ga. Share Ee oa oY ave ay pyon, Thursday
Sr aa ea ‘ ; OF OF AUS BDCICA= mental Station: e ‘ as members of the pact might@ tn London Mr. Adams has been
Acheson was reported to have| tion or the removal of any of his ° ‘ D first make such approach,” ! .
a new plan for Eden’s consider- | close advisers, e ruman e Ca es a ° i uaving talks with Sir Alfred
ation. It was submitted to the | De Hauteclocque calleq on the} : roceries n Controvers , avage and Mr. Lyttelton on mat-
British Foreign Office last week|Bey to abandon delaying tactics ll T $e ‘ ft 2 y | ers relating to the colony's affairs.
by Acheson’s policy planning ex-|on the French reform plan. The unisian : oe ° T ( : = d fia Ania ‘ut PERS In Montreal he will have in-
pert, Paul Nitze. Nine days ago| French say he has been finding ° ew mee n 00 upp. y fe ve | he Pacific tout oe aes formal discussions with the West
ie United States State Depart-|pretexts to avéiG putting his seal T r * r t fence oot acific signed Oy ae Indies Trade Commissioner for
ment announced that any Ameri-| to the decrees—the final formal- errorists Groceries of all types are in tralia New Zealand and the United foanada
can oil company which wanted | ity without which they cannot be- é WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. plentiful supply, Mr, F, BE. God- ses co — _ aie of Tot
; a ail . » law i > . . ‘ : ’ vr Seaeoe controversy in C rC ‘s govern-
Buy oa erate epwande1 Aare Relanre Pos. depeny a Killed President Truman speaking at ceremonies dedicating} dard of Johnson & Redman told|ment since it wae ratilnt tect
have eer eras on OES after an inbanuiver that the Bey a permanent new shrine for the three great documents of] ‘h¢ Advocate yesterday. He said April, Churehill has valved strane QUEEN WILL SEE FLIGHT
quences, ; , had also agreed to promulgate cer- | TUNIS, Dec. 15. U.S. heritage of freedom—the declaration of Independence; be Wit harap took Neo macienll objections to Britain's exclusion : : i
Eden was consulted before this} tain Se jaws. Tunisian Pre-| Eleven Tunisian terrorists were} the Constitution and the Bill of Rights—said that North} They are of excellent quality and| oem, Me pact even as observer Y Oe cack ae oo
United States decision was an-|™ier Salah Eddine Baccouche was | killed and one wounded and cap: Americans will “destroy the very thing they are strug-lare at cheaper prices than last|“Mch apparently was the result] |The Queen will watch the Duke
nounced, He told Commons that j Present at the interview. tured in a miniature desert war Gicke” ai . = ee ; pes oe “lot the United States argument that | 0f Edinburgh make his first salo
the legal risk for any Americar rs with camel riding Sahara troopers, gling “ preserve if the hysterical fear of Communism Pri range from $1,10 to $1.20 the British Mission would be a] light which is expected to take
tanker which chose to break the j} according to official reports. drives them into “suppressing liberty at home”. iat te ¥ O H+ precedent for admitting France, | Place December 27 near Sandring-
; ; : per pound, but many of the legs A ’ } iis . > he
British “blockade” of Persian oil | BRITAIN CLOSING es : Holland and the Philipp ham, where the Royal Family will
: Z The ‘uaa bell avge| The cere ure between 16 and 18 pounds ' a +PHine ‘ acta \p
would | considerable. | aes . The Tunisians, part of a large The ceremonies attended by} . Siweon I , he ending Christma (C.P.)
‘Eden 1 nd. Aches a are having DOWN CONSULATE Scale organized “Commando” re=| Chief Justice Fred M Vinson and | $580 somewhat heavier than usual, British officials do not cousider |-—
another luncheon meeting on LONDON, Dec. 15 bellion in the southern wasteland,| other dignitaries took place in . There are also some Canadian} (j);) argument adequate because |
Mobsday: The 1 question will be Srttein | is closing cromrak ‘its | Streamed across the border from|the National Archives building SNATCHED picnic hams on the market. These| neither France nor Holland ha
raised by Acheson, British in-|Consulate in Tientsin leaving ait Tripoli er dene err | | baie | from _now on _ priceless A Z val: 4 y at aoe ae , but are also dependencies in the Pacific which
rmants d, since » United | Consulate Shanghai |morning to carry out one of the/ documents will be displayed to- lite te ie eel kit oF excelent quality, ave entere 1 vant
ao m ant ce the t ni 5 : yea a ate in , Sh anghai and @|+aids that harassed French border| gether for the first time in a An unidentified man snatch rhere is a good supply of dried h ave entered into any such ty .
Stat« akes much graver view} Legation in Peiping as the only by Pap ood te z - . é ed a wallet containing $580 fruit ¢ relation with the United State .
of the ituation developing in|diplomatic @itposts in Communist outposts, for many months. Ore proof, bomb proof repository, from a woman on Whitehall a a br . ere bakers, sultanas ! 69 ¢\4] believe in fact that Au Shopping Days
ig . a . . | designe ; tec > " ‘. ‘ . . ror ustr < é « § ‘ s
Persia tt n the British China it was announced on The rebels were sighted by aja % a the Road, St. Michael, on Decem- a re ue oes currarite oe tralla and New Zealand have ~
The United States is eonperyee Monday. _ ; |jeepload of French police who) yyy. Pruman said’ eal th identa ber 13, The woman was hit Africa ie ‘\walked into a trap whieh they b . XY
by the increasing strength of ue |__ The Foreign Office said that the| started from Bengardane on On shuren vr Lerty.whiol thors 4 Lae with an iron stake when she Liquor stocks are ai I plentij-| ave disliked from the moment eyore Amas
Tudeh party. It feels that the) Tientsin Consulate is being closed] early morning hunting party. They | miones, beemkek Reed eS ee struggled with him. | (il aeith, many. co USUAL Did Rule | thou saw it as such-U P,
Persian government is nearing the|down in line with the general|radioed for reinforcements. Native | ments present are now in dan~ Edna Smith of Whitehall || 4 4 many types of brandy, an
bottom economically because’ of {policy of discontinuing Consular | cavalry on Arab ponies and a com-| ®°! from without by “Communist told the police yestorday that || Y))°: Sherry and liqueurs, ot Vip ae eX Tepe eee ee Welt new aT
the legal blockade set up by the! services because there are so few pany of tough dromedary riders | | tyranny and from within by while she was walking along | te oe ‘supply hag improved |t
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company to| British nationals now in China were sent from nearby posts andl those who would suppre free- Whitehall Road at about 11 suf ‘ a ntly for everyone to be ade- inilietucta
prevent Persia fron Ning its; 540 in all with about 400 of them|the three groups encircled the dom of speech and thought in the pm. on December 13, a man quately supplied, and there are
nationalized oi) U.P. in Shanghai. —UP. jrebels in bleak sand oe name of fighting Communism. attacked her and snatched a tat dora ree er ee — R A L E | 6 H : N D U 5 T R { E 5
ie , Those who want government to wallet containing $580 from ind. flour,
regulate matters of the mind and her. It was too dark for her Mr. Goddard said that grocers
e e C I d a (ee 7 ie men who $e) 8 to see the man. She was hit are ee and waiting for the Aerial view of the 40-acre
i 7 a4 : urfe m ifraid o' eing murdered that with an iron stake when she rush which is expected this week.
risonel ~~ Mutin : om pose } they commit suicide to avoid as- held on to the man. He added that housewives would Plant at Nottingham, England
} sassination, be wise Lo place their orders early.
* Al U.S. Station This is especially t nad
. Mr, Truman acknowledged } ; ty: bread : ‘o with regard
2 nf. that ‘there are dangers in reli- TROOPS PRACTISE. ie, ee
n on am hey ah | In Trinidad gious freedom and freedom of
ae g Gareth’ “Otte iii eae bane naa opinion” and also that “alarm is | FOR CORONATION | U.N. Receiv > |
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 15. | Justified.” | Veracca eee le | e6 '
i is aa i ie | All enlisted men of the United But he said it is one thing to A Troops of the Queen's Palace | | Chin pole Re |
8&2 KILLED . 120 WOUNDED |States naval station at Chaguara-|>e alarmed and another to be- apa marched eae Buc Be ese ejection |
Fore er tee ened : ee cic) come hysterical for “hysteria | Palace at daybreak staging anoth UN
P ainae a eee ae Ra gc impels people to destroy the very |¢r dry run of the Coronation pro- UNITED NATIONS, New oo
USAN, KOREA, Dec, 15 ‘ be tf : ss °"| thing they are struggling to pre-| cession. ec, 15
REA ES 2 * REZ a 1. we ae 8 ‘ Communist C é fe. |
UNITED <& ES and South Korean guards killed 09) oo side hart Jub serve.” “To deny these rights (of Detectives also mingled with the the India ie ‘si ong a Teens ot}
Communi liz tern sai J . = 9 ; This followed a city night « free speech and worship) is worse | congregation at Westminster | by the U ened plan adopted |
mmu civilian internees and wounded 120 others in| incident the previous night when| than dangerous; it is absolutely | Abbey to prevent anyone making Ronan wes tectonic, panos ia |
nashing a mutinous demonstration on Pongam Island|a number of celebrating service- fatal to liberty. “For us to em-ja threatening move ‘toward the qustien tg toda gs if ra reas |
; : , mar ie A, at PADeE 2 4 we f oda t 3 2g
yesterday according to United Nations prisoner of war|men who accused a local Chines¢} race methods and morals of | Coronation stone.--(CP) said si ig UP.
command, The death. toll was the highest ever suffered |" of being a Korean, damaged} Communism in order to ‘defeat.| —U.P.
Dy prisoners la a5 I > {the club’s furniture. Communist aggression would be \
eeara nhiad i caine ty With Ages guards at United Na- There were remarks about the}, moral disaster worse than any ® >
i ne believed that hate | Korean conflict and then the de-| physical catastrophe.” a istan
moitration.. 4 Ae aa olen |mand by servicemen that the al-| “If that should come to pass
en etek. Set eres se ° leged Korean be put out. Officers|then the Constitution and the
r ¢ breakout W US. | >
i ‘a ie Soutl on ge oldiers vo Gold Miners unaffected by the curfew believed | Declaration would be utterly dead e
2 ; teed ; it w ‘firs osec the| and what we are doing today
ere injured by rocks hurled at : it was the first imposed at the) and
them by Red int. Pn es \ Ko clan. Believed Dead jstation since the end of world war.| would be the gloomiest burial in
bered Bi pa ; eep terrace If ‘the history of the world.”--U.P
; See as MANILA, Philippines, Dec. 15, |
Many of the rioters were} ” sie ba ppines, Dec. 15, | 2AC
former inmates of Koje Island’: Fifty-five gold miners were 2 = PAKISTAN pl one pt FS eRA, Dec 38...
infamous compound 62 where, Presumed killed when a 400 foot Bert and R ell AIS planes attacked hostile tribesmen along | ’
olganized violence exploded last| deep tunnel caved in at the Unit- r. jvusse the Afghanistan frontier last week and inflicted “some”
February ot in which 75 €4 Paracale mines in Norte pro- Ma Z » casualties it was announced last night. ‘Afridi tribesmen |
prisoners and one North Ameri- ice. It would take the rescuer rries 4th Time whose pay for keeping the peace hac 5 ad | i ses can gi
can sbidter ve killed, and 139 Gays to reach the men,—(C.P.) . tet ys I peace had been stopped, raided | Only Raleigh resources give
al ; i oe ae communications in the Khyber and Kohat passes on the | you the QUALITY — RELIABILITY
ris 5 | : ot ieee frontier, Government said i
uprising took sl c at Fi ght - yes - 0 1 SC ner ; - } — RA —d
__ Yest iprisi ook | lace | . k 1° 2 gh yey ar old _ Philos »p er oe Vilinieey’ régiatel tne. sottsee| STRENGTH —and FINISH, which
at camp one on Pongam rtwous Sit 3ertrand Russell, Nobel Prize w Rees eae distinguishes all Raleigh models
a small windswept teeply ner, took as his fourth wife tox I I nd: Si ll nd asked for help, Pakistan Air ma es ete & :
terraced land west of Koje.| MOSCOW, Dec. 15. Miss Edith Finch, American, who sia 8x li ns rg. eat ararene Bs ran | The bicycle you are proud to own,
Some 3,600 of the camps’ popu- The official Communist news until frecently was Professor of . . Cre Me Senay SE none aster |
lation of 9000 internees took part} per, Pravda, warned Russian a i English at a College in Pennsyl- Radioactive ae a haha iy 1 ee stile |
in the mutiny which broke outi zens t y had beiter keep a vania alies were inflicted on hostile | "
HS: tas caratad mae a Bite 3 elements which then dispersed
sae oy * ae Bo e watch on the spending hab-| Miss Finch becomes Countess “ PERTH, Dec, 15. | the communique said. “As a fur-
to aE ee : its of thew close relatives, and tel! Russell as her bridegroom is the}. dinister for Air and 3 Navy } ther punitive measure the House
we re | Government if they start living| third Earl Russell in the British Willi im Mc Mahon said on Sunday ;of Wali Khan an Afridi tribal
beyond their means. This is a} peerage, though he does not use ait ces Bello eens are |leader was burned”.—U.P.
serious sin against society, saidi his title. sul dangerously radioactive and |
A CORRECTION the newspaper.—(C.P.) BERTRAND RUSSELB —u.p. |would remain so for some time. | THE ALL-STEEL BIC VCLE
| He warned that a jail penalty | 4 x oy
Ww e regret that due to an would be attached to any un- } ‘OZ Ll
oversight an advertisement o * r ~ ‘ jauthorized person sailing into the . Barbados’ Leading Department
appeared in the “Sunday } 5 | a . area LON ‘ Store Sells Them
JONDON, Dec. 15
Advocate’ of December 14th | This el oO ew Os . “2 sight . a {
stating that the sale of tick- eee eks after pie tomic | | Landone as f on - be peo etn ” CAVE, SHEPHERD & CO.
ts for the Annual Raffle of 3 i - blast on October 3, radioaction is o-day instead of ¢ ping |
the , cee ae Boys and | VICTORIA, Dec. 15 | to board the transport liner, of hard work but if we ant the | intense and ¢ igerou The five-day s which smoth-} wats LTD.
‘iris’ Clubs h tén more | Former Fisherie Minister| President Cleveland sz x for Japanese to co-oper ith us}to anyone r pecjal jered the city last week wa u Look for this Mark ‘ ni .
poi sf UW aE is incor- R. W. Mayhew left Monday | the Orient December 20. They! we have got to show interest in|clothing and equ nt used by |ceeded by a wm that left | on the cycle you buy. 12-13, Broad Street .
nee nee n the first'leg of his trip to take} hz been scheduled to leave on their problems.” Mayhew said | the service tear Even those | Streets cover th snow and ice] Only haan wae
re a » Shale of Tickets for up his new post as Canadian Si ay but were forced to post- the fact that his son died in the | with this equipment could rema slush j oe
7. Se Ambassador to Japan. Mayhew; pone their departure one day Pacific Theatre during World|in certair rts of area onl Ice covered streets and track?} Te eer aan TTS
, 2 1 ed
the above Raffle « ie = aY his wife sailed for Seattle; when Victoria Seattle Ferry War II would not influence him | for hort period ind iced overhead power lines, | WO CYCLE IS COMPLETE WITHOUT A STURMEY-ARCHER 3- OR 4-SPEED GEAR AND DYNoH
Saturday, December 13th. Washington where they will) suffered engine trouble. — ‘ in his dutie ; | lowed automobile, subway bus! ree
t y train to San Francisco, He said “it’s going to be a lot —U.P. i —U.P. (and trolley bus ser wth. —————————————— ,

















Y)ECEMBER 16, 1952
—* BARBADOS ADVOCATE fUHSDAY, |
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MAY 3% te SUNS © : 12 Materia! once rent. (8) t oes -
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JUNE @ te JUDY 2% (Casieero=gort Zi The very_one to produce % dnt passing The bigger the purchase e
ot day for eatehing up with iatters set song. (5) ie ; hould Zetter the Gift.
sde earlier for more important ones #2 Who put the oar on? (6) ‘ ; Pee CA aaa
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it, Leo! Co-operate, do what you are %. In ciose proximity. (4) been sent to ¢ th ee > oe ]
asked if it's your duty. Of course, one # The ueed is imn te. (6) ol DI Ke hat the police Rotten Eee
never should be intimidated into going 5 Soe ieads a sheltered life. (3) 7 A rest on ht every- -
against conscience. Mixed day & Bathe colioquially. (3) count , ; " a ee,
{ Flower to stare at. (6) mn the ha Seor ody wi out in the street SOPSDDIOOOHHOO GOGH 2
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Mr. J. C. HAMMOND

To Form Personality \°.:.. non

Harrison Col-

Headmaster of

lege in a lecture to the Elementary Teachers’ Association
on Saturday pointed out that “for our education to be

healthy and fruitful we m

academic training, character

ust keep a balance between”

r building and technical train-

ing and “not allow any one thread to dominate the others.”
Mr. Hammond also called attention to the danger in
“treating the child as a pawn on a chequer board to be

moved as his elders think

fit, neglecting that individual

personality which is his inalienable right.”

Mr. Hammond said:—
Tt is a great pleasure to be
here today, and I am _ deeply

conscious of the compliment you

have paid to me in inviting me,
and glad to be able to identify
myself in this manner with
another branch of the profession
to which I belong.

I do not know that I am prop-
erly competent to address you.
I have had a limited experience
of teaching the age groups with
which you deal, but no experi-
ence to match that of any of you
except your latest recruits. You
must bear with me therefore if

some of the things I say seem to
you incoherent or just. plain
stupid. I have had comparative-
ly little time to prepare this
address, and it consists of a
of thoughts and observa-
tions which may seem inconse-
quential and whose only unity
is that they seem to me con-
nected with our professional
problems,

Major Difficulty

Our major difficulty
seems to me to be that no two
persons are agreed as to what
education really means or
should be. We have the learned
who give us classical derivations
and seem to imagine that they
have decided everything by
finding a root origin. We have
the materialist who wants to fit
the child for a particular job
and who jeers cynically at the
who insists on regard-
him as a_ christian soul
rather than as a peculiar type
of machine. We have the propa-
gandist who wants to recruit his

always



lown type of flag-wavers and
|slogan criers and who thinks
the only useful purpose of you
and I is to preach his particu-
lar ‘-ism’, In short we are
plagued with a multitude of
these troublesome souls who
love to abstract their own little

plum from the pie of reality and
see only their own little patch
of the patch-work quilt,

Three Aspects

They tell us that the
man or a community
aspects, the religious, the politi-
eal and the economic, and that
most of our troubles comes from
the attempt of these three each
to enlarge its sphere and dom-
inate the others. The medieval
world was primariky religious,
the Renaissance Era primarily
political, and this age in which
we live is primarily economic.
The educational systems have
tended to follow the pattern of
their age. The first schools were
monastic, men were educated to
be priests; the Tudor, Stuart
Hanoverian schools were
more secular and men were edu-~
eated to be gentlemen, now we
have reached an age when men
are to be educated to be
machines. Each age had much
of value and each is reflected in
of edu-

life
has

of a
three

our present conception

eational purpose, We want to
train our children to be chris-
tian gentlemen and we want

also to fit them to earn @ useful
living. So much 1s trite and
hackneyed and no more than a
pious platitude—what I am sy.
ing to say !s that we shoulc
examine where the threads that
make up our educational con-
cept derive, and then attempt to

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various purposes. Extremes are
always indefensible, and the

essential quality civilisation

reasonable

of

is a balance

To

closely

particularise ratl
about differe
which play their part
modern notions of the purpo
of education, | would like
to cast your mind back to
last century Most men wert
then convinced that they had
found in e@ducated democracy
the panacea for all social ills
All citizens, they thought, could
be taught to reason intelligently,
and then by the simple math-
ematical process of manhood
suffrage the greatest good otf
the greatest number would be
achieved. We know now how
optimistic they were, how a
little education has smoothed
the path of irresponsible propa-
ganda, and how a child needs
more than the elements. of
knowledge to be a worthy mem-
ber of society. We have reacted
to our disappointment in a
variety of ways; some of us
press for higher educational
standards for all, in the hope
that last century’s doctrine was
really true, but its essential min-

ier more
impulses
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you
the



imum put too low. Some of us
press for greater emphasis on
character training, and less on
academic abilities; and some of
us would like to define educa-
tion as training for some partic-
ular post, which for the vast
majority of our children must
mean training in manual skill
Fach school of thought has its

»wn particular problem to solve

Those who believe in higher
educational standard have to
face the cost and the time
required. Those who believe in



character training have to find a
satisfactory yard-stick of assess-
ment as well % a fruitful
method; and those who believe
in training alone have to still
the prickings of conscience at So
gross an interference with indi-

vidual rights and human dignity.
Those of you who have read Mr.

Aldous Huxley’s ‘Brave New
World’ will appreciate what J
mean, for it is the most scathing

satire on those who set out to fit
the pattern of a society for the
particular economic purposes it
rulers consider to be most desir-
able. You will remember that
only the ‘Alphas’ were allowed
full intellectual development and
the ‘Epsilons’ were kept by
drugs to a_ standard of near
imbecility, that they should
perform their menial tasks will-
ingly and without rancour, The
modern educational planner coes
not live in ‘Brave New World’,
and I am as conscious as all of
you must be that many children
are unfitted for certain type: of
training; but all the same I can-
wot avoid an instinctive distrust
of all these very logical schemes
for giving children aptitude tests

so

and then dispatching them here
or there to become 4 little this
or a little that. Let us vlan a
garden or let us plan a faciory,
let us even plan a revenue, much
‘es we hate the process, but let
us not try to vlan a child.

If you have followed me so far,
you will realise that I am not
advocating any of these rival
views. I do not believe that to

give all children higher education
will produce paradise; I do not
know the infallible way to train

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their

value, it is keep a

alance betweer the and 1

avoid unqualified enthusiasm for
any one

Solutions





pause f 2% moment and
exar the olutions of | these
thre hools of thought they
urge them upon today in Bar-
bado The first gr which be-
lieves in higher education wants
to provide free Secondary School
for all and greatly increase the
Government Scholarships to Uni-
versities. Their major problem as
I said, is the bill. Schoolmasters
are badly paid all over the world
—you know that—because in this
»conomic age their economic value
cannot be readily assessed, and
their cost is a direct charge on
Government, which cannot be
passed nthe consumer except
through taxation, Compared with
many territories the schoolmaster
here i well paid The cost of
building econdary chools and
the recurrent cost of staffing them
would enormously increase .the
ilready la educational vote and
vould ‘limit other desirable social
developments, and perhaps retard
the improvements the other

branches of education sorely need
Please do not misunderstand me,
I do not mean of ‘itself to oppose
an increase in academic secondary

education, but, if it takes place,
the bill must be met. We know
our island resources are limited,
and like those who chose Abbott
Samson in the twelfth century
‘of two good things, the better
should be chosen’

Furthermore I am of opinion

that much of the emotional desire
for increasing secondary academic
education springs directly from
fairly recent history and contains
certain misconceptions, Until re-
cently, high grade secondary edu-
cation tended, though not quite
*xclusively, to be restricted to a
certain economic class, This class
sufficient wealth to be able to
invest in the future capacity of
its sons t could afford not only
to pay the expenses of their fur-
ther education, but also to delay
the time at which they would be-
gin earning, and so contributing
to the family budget. The result
to perpetuate in the next
generation, the financial distine-
tions of the last This happened
everywhere in England, and Am-
erica as well as in Barbados. A
few boy of great ability won
scholarships you think of
several—and fitted themselves for
more highly paid posts; but, by
end large, the only candidates for
the better paid positions were
drawn from that limited class
that could afford higher education
for its children. No others were
qualified.





can

Government Aid
Today this has been altered by
the great increase in government
ubsidy to education, by the wide

grants of scholarships and ‘in
England by the abolition of fees
t the majority of secondary
schools. Unfortunately the social

change has not been properly un-
derstood. Those who are given
higher education have been in-
creased out of all proportion to
the inerease in the coveted posts
When the numbers educated to,
let us say Higher Certificate Level
vere limited, there was an excel-
lent chance that all of them would

find congenial and remunerative
jobs; but it was not their educa-
tion alone, but the limitation in
competition which ensured that

The public has been too ready to



assume that the secondary school
is of itself the passport to afflu-
ence, and so ambitious parents
make sacrifices for their children,
and both parent and child feel
aggrieved if the investment does
not pay the high dividend they
have falsely assumed it must. That
is why \ are developing so many



young men who feel frustrated,













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that why we suffer from ex-
ur tis, the 1gerous delusion
that 1 secondary school exists
only to help embers secure
scray f paper a qualification
fort 1) salaries, and that is why
we » failing to produce the
techniciar ve need, and why the



entrance exXal



ination

figures for]

our secondary schools have risen

to such fantastic proportions, The}
ase of secondary school facili-
be valuable when it



incr
tic



an only

is appreciated that there is severe

competition

presence at a school does not €
title him to a better job than tl
of his neighbour

Character Training

and that a boy’s mere

mNn=
rat

This brings me naturally to the

second
rightly

school
eritical

of thought,

of the disease

which

of

examinitis, seeks to build citizens
by the training of character and

to deprecate the
phasis that has
merely academic
of us

unhealthy
been placed
attainment.

em-

on

All

would agree that no school

should be judged on its academic

attainment alone, and that its te
and discipline is of great impo
ance.
brilliant boy who has no sense
social responsibilty and
work at school and afterwards
only directed for his own ¢
vangement, But the proponents
thigg school have always been
littl® vague as to their

one
rt-

Everyone can point to the



of

whose

is
ad=
of
a

methods,

They have never been able to put
an)thing in place of the examina-
tion as an objective test—even the

intelligence test tries to discov

ver

an indeterminate thing called, for

reason | have never discovered,
g, and which in the last resort
only measure capability, without

necessarily
velop it or the character to use
wisely, or use it at all.

General Certificate

The new
Education i

pact of this

General Certificate
the

school of

the knowledge to de-

it

of

result of the im-
thought

upon the older academic tradition,

The

new thinkers wanted to get
away from the old academic cer-
tificate with its rigid rules of
qualification and present some-

thing more flexible, more indivi
ual and





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more adaptable to the
particular child. In practice they
failed to convince the older school
of.thought that they could dévise
a certificate which made an ob-
jective test of a child’s abilities
and potentialities without exam-
ination. The result is the present
subject examination, which is an
uneasy compromise between the
old standards and the individual
@pproach of — the reformers. It
satistic neither group completely,
and its standards in individual
Subjects are rising steeply year
by year under pressure from the
Universities for a more selective
entry In passing, it is perhap
worth noting that this is the same
social problem as that which has
affected secondary education, Just
18 secondary education was ex-
panded and considered the door
to a remunerative job, so now

Government Scholarships are


sities, and the

considered

university

the qualificati

which is certain to pay good divi-

dene This will become less a
jess true as the numbers of grad
ates increase
Practical Skills
The third school of thoug
wishes to alter the curriculum
the majority of children, ar

except for a percentage
enuine academic ability
child

to tre

the more through practical
ind manual skills than through
textbook on foreign languages

and the pure sciences, Here aga
it is obvious that there is
of value in the contention; but
would be unwise to accept t
thesis uncritically. These
er have several difficulties
overcome and, I think, many m
conceptions to eradicate



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- ce Rae ; iH st. Th 1 Becket, point — the Sword {
Tuesday, December 16, 1952 ‘ 1 Archbishop Pe eae . ee ee y I \ Hil AT THE
‘a the ers ; whee re ne has a rounded end A a ee i iES .
eee i he years and the Sword of Justice t the| ENCOURAGI eee
_ x t I ‘ ie i’ Ure > ‘ * sr" ,
i R A DE Ni AP jar st soe : . * een Chureh; and the third the Cur-|t’y seem oO | f i ur A VOCATE STATIONERY
3 J res iined of the tana, has a broken point—the| adopted by the G t
THE decisions which were reached by | ‘ ; ner crown- es of Mercy. there does not ch prospect =
= . : : “ > The fact at there are no ee y ac a oe ee a See
the Commonwealth Prime Ministers repre t \Ithough the Crowns in ‘The Ph . ce = i enol a now lof another large { é the near i Ss
. swords s yrobably due! ¢ od aaa ;
sent as it were a map of economic policy to ; t future, ff any case i a ; A I G RDENS.
; ‘ . oe si i imy to do anythir p ei nceourage For a a A le
be followed by the Commonwealth coun- l ‘ fu RS ro ltourists to st l t t
‘ ! The Ort t - ba % deus pe oy scagg fp. mas © majorsy of VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE
tries.. But the Commonwealth is not the ! : s iP Ve Sev ame ; : © t “
: : j Oldest y them remain at pré nu iving the ex- A Powder applied to the soil and worked and
only group of nations which have been he A next Jur ir isting hotels a 1 r period each year dur ‘ watered in. 8 cents a pound,
charting an economic policy. Only last ; iN r ing which they are filled ore nearly. to LIOQUINURE
week the Organisation for European Eco | A Situee Minas capacity ’ A liquid manure put up in 1% Pint Bottles at 96 cents Bottle
aa ae : apts P Se A Si Spoon I have now lived | long ¢ igh to ap- Mix with water. Weak (1 Teaspoonful to 1 Gallon of water)
nomic,Co-operation met in Paris to form- | ! ' é eriate the. % : Medium (2-3 1 )
saa ah . . thir ; . preciate 1e ndert 1 ate. als q = ” ” ” ” ”
ulate O.E.E.C’s fourth report. The Euro- | ,, OS Soe ee ee eee to learn at first. hand fro number a Strong (4 oe we ee ”
pean nations are committed to the creation iIt is Be ie ve i i ah = rh f the winter visitors that me them find it When applied by ve pCO. not burn the foliage.
of a world-wide multilateral trade and | welft ‘ |just a trifle too warm for comfort, and di For use with your Compost Heap for converting the
. ay has i not star ng e th to | yme adiuste . : hs
payment system which will eventually = {u, ; i me i. Son to * sheen . we aajus oe waste materials of your garden into Manure.
ate nha oe ; , og oe : . gO vem have asked me. “Why 10 cents a pound.
make possible’ the convertibility of cur- | Plantagenets. Henry I, or I ad ; ' os : ; S pounds.
ke . ide exchange Eeiooda: - , |the Lion He (don’t the hotels have some air-conditioned WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD.
rency and free exchange of goods, NO one Four little 1 rl t} /rooms?” and TI find the question i to an- Successors go
expects that this goal can be achieved Nantia avid tha bewk ss enerkvel swer, because I feel that if I were running C S. PITCHER & co
quickly but it is noteworthy that the Com a a flower li ta (which Heavs n forbid) I should at | ° * °
7 5 his fragile, lovely tl touch- east give the idea a trial ) {
monwealth conference stressed its inten- |oq by the pious fingers of Cran Bive the idea a trial: |\\) }) Phone 4472, 4687 — BECKWITH STORES
rot a Gace, eae , pious fingers of Cran- I have heard some local objection on the } =
tion to avoid creating a discriminatory mer and Whitgift, gazed uy b alleged ground that { == aS ————
- - the eves of Ki nAic) aa allege ground tnat it May cause people to;/
economic bloc. The Commonwealth can- enka — ae a rae catch colds, but can onl; that is not my |{
not seek economic prosperity at the ex-. | remains of the old Coronation ‘ experience, and in any case Americans and |}
pense of European nations whose prosper- | Hament eek ore eas are going in for air-conditioned |{
ide 108u a I 1 2OUuses, ¢ es 10tel ier bi i |
ity is no less important to the stability of exist tan Ay cathe > ot ; ho els and her building
. ; a ver uite extensively, also tr and even bus
the free world than the prosperity of the 1g” efu { had ‘been ind they aia not ‘a : "i : ~ rae ee
" . : nded ar uatder - ¥ . : yt as » if such an obvious}
Commonwealth. At the same time small Aaa et fe 2 Pe ee drawback did ir ct ex :
4 © at ‘ u ra .
dependent territories are far more vulner- and swor Another question that nea all the
able to the effects of free unrestricted n, zealous to expunge ,|rorthern visitors ask “When does it get
well as the idea of hot here?” In reply to tl} one I alwavs try
trade than are countries with greater rel frark ‘ eck aneines 4) (Sere always try
n -onvince tner thé eo € gets as t
human and natural resources. n_ Parliam neltec ‘ kere as it doe ais ' pi A nee hot
, * . l v ind broke t Yn « ] s0eCS 1 mucn North America,
The British Caribbean at this stage of eae a w during one of the heat v } ote Pipa
, . Alfred’s Crown Seda oa ene that are a fea-}
its development is completely dependent Had it not been for tl 1“ ture of nearly every summer. I never feel!
. b 4 the ay Are 1} ‘ s .
on guaranteed markets for the sale of its ing action, the Queer it im ears hes reply convinced: however, and
$e - might have been crowned witl Ost of them se t e firmly srenaded |
products. Without the system of imperial Kine Alf a a Foca ; Miah ies: ted a » be ase persuaded
: . : 1 if cro 1e ¢ l at any lace in the latit > 6 ar *
preference it seems almost certain that | wyerworke sett with slight stones must ir the Nature ofthis ys he Pe
‘ ‘ 1 two little be ty } oe P a it : secoMe too Not,
their economic security would be imper Coo a little bell : IGA a r for comfort by early Spring ;
; e c rowning there would e been ea?
ille Jes ans s srefore early 100 year tinuit 5 1 ’ Oe ot dec
lled, All W e t Indians must theref nearly 1,100 yf « ‘ity, ST. EDWARD'S CROWN. The crown copied in the time of I feel sure thai ii these visitors were assur
show the satisfaction expressed by Mr. wear the Confessor, { er of Charisse x from the ES worn by Edward the Confessor, is the |¢d that they could have an air-conditioned
‘ _ a area ans se Vestminster Abbe wore that Jrown of England. ll monarchs - ) 1 ni é alr-2or >
Gomes that existing preferences are to be | crown. with it since it was made. of England have been crowned |foom if they wanted one, they would be
maintained, But for the vandal of tempted to stay miuch longer than they do
ere 9 tte 649. the ‘ : we Seistey : : : in some cases til] . > or 1, ase aatel
On the other hand the British Carib- oe ra oe xt Regalia are comparatively new— to squabbles «among ancient] are far | cases tii] June or July, Warm. days
bean like all other countries would benelit Sores t Ee ic bee edt tite eta for what are 300 years in the Barons for the right to. walk | pi oh Bhi trying if ene is assured of a good
; Fe v . yeti nics pes rt Oa. Coronation Story?—they bear old loyally and sumissively before nights rest in a room temperature adjusted
. Teas Thc 7ere ac Ve y Edwarc ec y 1 dled the rec ‘The one whic . wes . r a _ i ve nur ae . . x
if the objectives of O.E.E.C, were achieved oe oe 1, or ndied the Bees: he one which is used for the Sovereign. So three were ap- to suit one’s own idea of comfort,
and importers were free to buy from the rr re i ré his hair g e ac ual Crowning is ealled St. pointed.. And three have so I believe most hotels charge a somewhat
. . : : ae vwaward’s Crown. The other is the walked for seven centuries. higher rate for r-conditioned r ;
nearest and cheapest markets the goods Cromwe nt put a Lmperial Crown. When Edward’ V4. at the age of {fromm per Se ae rahe ene nae earn RS but
2 : rice o hose nie onl < alee pn ee x . e age o ersonal experience ] â„¢ iar eue:
which they cannot obtain locally, P cana A: aE ke pe en OE St. Edward’s Crown, with its ten saw tne swords in The Regala]there is no ( ther ; re e IT am convinced
. ¢ al »rrestimatec rem, not fot ro great gold ° a stat ae ee . % ‘ ) an itv a hotel mn
em, n of two great golden arches encrusted he is said to have remarked: “One| vide, that ree mn) ae ee



e, | iS So cheerfully accepted by the
majority of yuests as a reason for paying
more for their accommodation rar

In this connection the goal of the Com- the last time. Poor Alfred’s Crown wth pearls, glowing with rubies, of them should be a Bible, for that
: > S Sy D> a, xy a

monwealth conference, the expansion of | Was burnt like his, cakes and the starred with the cooler green of is the sword of the spirit.’ Nowa-

metal was valued at £248. 1 ioises patna al ae
world trade, must be warmly welcomed. iii eke. Maa vetnatad (she Ae teat sn — bl. are ae not strictly part
c ‘i ne en ee amented Swords of The Regalia, a » is present- wie Ti. .
Much depends on how each government worth nothing. ha avin wes “ik nounds tbe oo és og Dara 48 presen* , In the United Siates it is now possible to
; , 28 ate ‘ 4 Jere Seo ers eeee . gn. uy a standard it to air-c
interprets its responsibility to achieve this an Au Were Seld ; lighter than the one used in Me- A Royal ring containing a ruby, siz a i ence d ur to air-condition a fair-
were...Swept away The dieval times when there are re- Symbol of Kingship is included in zed room, for approximately $200. This is a

objective, The Commonwealth conferenc kingly robes of cloth-of-gold and cords of knights standing on each The Regalia. complete, compact and self-contained appar-











































or not) some northern. visitors
Christmas Cheer The Old People’s Treat will be day to go back out to work after}heat in February, There is a Gartadh ta

has outlined the three major principles to ER gel wae old, some side of the King to help him bear And if is said that when her atus that is easily installed and only re-
. ¥ or. as Igy s Crow m hi ¥ foi iieinnee : ie 4 :
be followed by all governments. Firstly Only the iittie ep Be FS a vanes on a head. ot este Shee to marry. Queen |GUires one-half horse-power of electrical
, ‘ “A t ac 3 t spoon, roke n the Imperial Crown whi s Elizabet ifte x finge nergy additi { ; ‘4 H ae
inflation and rises in the cost of living but now repaired remain lighter and which is worn foe ths showed the rig enas a fiver 3 a ake n to cooling the air, it also
I ; ee cas safe Ss Ww x ‘ : é ee! iiters and de mid AS
should be curbed. The government of + a ie i ‘ later Parliament, procession after the Act of Crown- given at her Coronation and said Ido Sat 1 a . Aap oh
or , is) me found t t ing t > re : < ‘ K W lf Similar eat men : ‘
Barbados so far has been very reluctant tHeyahna acted mer badly: abe s I aaa alk ae sslleet barns she was wedded to England/in England but yer ea Mh som bitte mae
: , : ad acted rather h y and which were used in the earliest Who was her husband. eee ut IE not, it f bably will be
to take action to achieve these ends and to to the nation’s cost. Charles Il days and which were saved from Two Sceptres and an Orb com- before long. I think it should be practicable
this day continues’ to, subsidise certain, m= requitr oa ad So ae ane ven tt ; Cromwellian aan, 3 plete The Regalia that will be|{Or an enterprising Barbadian hotelier to
¥ ; Or DIS; aon. HO é earl, earrings worn y iza~ seen agai y siV 6 a x ‘ a
ported goods although» wages have risen |complete new set was ordere: ae Rare teeta tee liza n> Again Pextiyeur. five the idea a trial without incurring
; ; Pitan er made, as near 1 ind peth I, a gleaming sapphire from Sceptres Have been symbols of heavy capital outlay. I vent t -ophe SUNBEAM WAFFLE ELECTRIC TWIN
several timés since subsidies were first in ey il Ren Fes possible like the the Stuarts another set boldly on power since Roman times. Emper-|that air-conditioni ie bb ae ty DeOR es) IRON $59.51 HOTPLATES — $41.39
. : Ov » sceptres and Swords top which is the sapphire of Ed- ors carried the i ee ning Witt be used here soon- ‘ i "
“ ~~ Secondly s sconomic de- f ; I I PE of Ec arried them in Rome. And at]er or Intor for « ‘ 1
pecan ent ay : sound aoe a er Seewores ‘ward the Confessor and “a fair the crowning of King Edgar in “ or later for some purposes, and the sooner ELECTRIC TOASTERS
ve lopment Ss 1OuULC ; DE encouragec wit 1 Axe" soe: used tod iy date ruby like a rocket-ball” (as Eliza- 973 the Sceptre with the Sword the better for the tour ist business. ELECTRIC KETTLES
object of increasing productive strength - ; io SONAL 1661 beth de ibed it) which once lay and Crown were the only orna- It would be logical to try it first in rooms HMV
and competitive power, providing employ re cae whens me nhe 0) lue in the kat hand of the Black ments he was given, that are usually the last to be allotted + BADIOGHENE aie eee GRAMO-
ment and raising standards of life. oe Sod a BAT 5 Oey ee aaa) eee Mi thane ae i central ee a yard long and |guests, as being: less airy than others. In this ; oy BS sess see $51.19
every » agrees W s objective there ’ eer nen cost ‘0 al nese are to be seen in starred with a diamond 2%/climate ed a SN y eee eee > SI
od Ot oe asinicn ate rie it is sha gh > Re 1 ces haa ijestle Imperial Crown, set inches across carries . Maltese Sasie Cj ae might be used at night
s an as : perhaps, the Royal Goldsmith had in gold and glowing with all the Cross. It re “ “ 4 switched o in the day-time }
> ac rE ve : > fessor Beasley . ‘ ' as f V g wi i € ross. It represents Power and B ; a? me, 10ugh
to _ Rs ae oe ne te i re te a ult fo1 Al oe y. ae uns that shone on other ages. Justice. The other is longer still this would de pend on the room, the weather e
in iscal Survey 0 arbados (a docu- . or those Ornamen of 1661, There are said to be in this and carries a white dove pf and the individual guest, en rx Washer—
ment which ought to be studied by every his _receip for a first paymen Crown 2.873 diamonds a; well. enamel mounted'on a globe. It| I realise that some ef ‘
elector) notes that Barbados is not an fot £2 1.00 7 the Treasury was Four huge ornamented swords represents Equity and Mercy. at the idea ot aipsear T ‘rbadians may scoff
: : date 67 ar the } ] oan art 7) > : : * t alr-conditioning > ee
under-developed country within the real int eatheh a “si eta spot eer of oat ee FRE Orb “the Golden Ball*|gard the suggestion EO oa re-
- 1 of > word. Barbe ’? he savs e nine=inct gh golden eagle in ne is the Sword of State which Archbishop Cranmer called it —] vy, a on a reflection ‘on their
(Ge meiing Ot She wwaee.,t AaRbaeees celoped which We eee oil is kept, should by rights be girded on the now has avesaras on it, its foot on ae climate, though I hope not as
5 * lis very old but it was rebuilt at Sover n before the crowning, t a huge ' ; cy ror nothing of the sort is int 3 ; . :
I he crowning, but a huge amethyst. It symbolises that 5 rt is intended, It is bas
, co op ate * avr si ie A Ss : 8! tne . AOC s based on
but ane thing intermedi ite.” But its ABT thi Gn e ; ! it wo ild need a giant to wear it the whole earth is subject to God the idea that the way to attract tourists is @ Wash
culture is fairly fully developed and its | Oil From Heaven and a smaller one is used instead. One by one. these precious|t@ do everything we can to mak th Pas
major crop is vulnerable to natural factors The oil used at, Coronations i Barons’ Squabbles ornaments will be handed to the|fortable and their st 13 nior , Te een
too often overlooked by planners, such as called Chrism. Sometimes itis a This sword i offered to .the Queen next year. One by one she}able rates. It j oert ini ae on eS caer @ Spin
variations of rainfall, partial drought, re aa as oil an 1 balsar ymbolic of use in a Will hand them back to the Church |cans and Canadian ie adi true that Ameri- é
PPils 4 hy ry a Fe , no one knows what w in eous cause. iti 2 2y ar $b ie . , GEE ans are coming to take air-
hurricane and disease. Too little atten- [the oi1 used at Henry IV's asi Wine Athen eeeone ei us aT tie roe Aljas ante rs and}conditioning for granted, and fir nt yd ae @ Rinse
tion has been paid by anyone to the losses _ | nation, for it was. said ‘o beby noblemen 1 ords are carsied SI0Ws, vn nem oe ei ose”. {understand the lack of it end find it hard to
sustained by sugar plantations after hurri A sé 0 beby noblemen before the Soverei The Star October 31, 1952. steavale’ he lack of it, when it would ob-
susta § é é a S é Hiously be a cons ES Fi : "
canes in earlier periods of the island's his- a $$ —_—_————_-—— _ |comfort a considerable addition to their © Dry
tory. The only real economic development ‘ No or ‘
\ \ i ne can enjoy a ( av s ne 7
which seems to, offer certain reward in aa ge eb € “Ss ay e afflicted with ius ” liday so much when
; . a e prickly heat, and (believe it 15 00
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Barbados is the expansion of the tourist
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dustry possesses are threefold. Tourism To The Editor, The Advocate. at Paes the Xmas Holidays, nique in avoiding the ravages of ; :
provides directly and indirectly greater SIR,—-Will you kindly continue ¢- Wour srg) ge geben fl — Signed: concerting complaint that oat ellis
sa: : er ; ‘ v* ne ors é a , , C = ‘ad & . ’ c é , >
employment opportunities for increasing Zouk te eae Pilg ws = pass on this appeal to others. as GHOST OF X’MAS PRESENT Inot stay long enough to ae my Of them. do
numbers of Barbadians than any other in- | ff” donations ae ee ee ~ the number of persons assisted Bim It is a scientifie fact ‘ios 4 :
dustry except sugar, Tourism is the larg Rete eae ie ede eta en by year, and the de- SIR—A review of Bim_appear-|take at least two hanks ‘ ahd 1uman_ beings
est invisible export Barbados possesses | thanks and the profound grati- ay oA rhea Mek ran’ ~. Sead my int a. liminary adjustment t © make even a pre-
g » ear o pc. : sh ihe nO. the moor ahd nee a arcels or replies may be sent Advocate, A friend has drawn my]; ; F acjustment to temperatures muck
ae re oF map now earned by sourism cipients ae or and needy Te- tg the President, Mr. H. D. Black attention to the fact that . Mr. higher than those to which they are acc :
are largely responsible for the island’s Bee Miamizsloe ae man, at the Progressive League Therold Barnes is Joint Editor)/tomed, and we must remember br lg rg
favourable balance of trade. Tourism is a | With Best Wishee rhe Friendly Society, Nelson Street, With Mr. Frank Collymore ofjearly impressions of th staie ten oe, the
big dollar earner and both the Common- Sipe te, avis ace Adjt, CB, Gooding-Edghill, Bim, and has always been active-| portant, or are all-im.
= : Eee | "Mice trolly. @icikner . Spooner’s Hiill ly associated with the publication. It i 4 :
wealth Economic .Conference and the _ | rest Aminece ¢ as Yours Truly, My reference therefore to Mr. 3} ld essential that those who come here :
O.E.E.C. meeting have stresse a | rennet SP ss oa Hon. Secty., Collymore as conducting the/S%0Uld give favourable ports ss J
at t & have stressed-the ne Me n ~. A.» Barnes . For the Doreas League, magazine “single-handed” might|friends and acquaint i an ta to. their JUST ARRIVED...
cessity for exploiting the dollar earning | 4 “Gountry ‘Friend. Po Public Holiday? easily be-read to impty—a-stight}home—PFhe cleverest_; te when they go Spaghetti
capacities of countries not fully developed. [eo om meee Eee To. The & ae wy to Mr. Barnes. This was purellargely wasted if te aerate will be Vermicelli
ihe limit Obed ee : 3 5 le = i ' 5.00 0, The Editor, The Advocate, ignorance on my part; I hope he f Reser i an appreciable proportion Kam—all Pork
1 mits of the capital which can be M ¢ t Stansfeld Sir,—I would be grateful if y will accept my apologies and be-|°! ViSitors take away with them an impres Frozen Salmon
provided from the United Kingdom for Scott & Co, ..... 5.00 this letter a mel ee lieve that any such slight was the |S!0N that they are not really wai d ae Apples
development of Commonwealth countries oa Aliat Bourne vill catch the eye ‘oheeuee last thing I would intend. I was| judging by a lack of 1 1 n bras nore Peanut Brittle
are well-known. Australia, Africa and M Vinst age ee eee ir legislators. eae that Mr. Barnes was so| their comfort sit einai Gilbey's Wines
Asia will receive the major portion of | | r, Winston Marson — 10,00 e House of Assembly meets closely connected with the edit-| It might be helpful S. African Wines
Wiktavie as ‘ Ba > } R. D. (per Mr, Crane) 1.00 gair the 16 , . S ing of Bim, though I have always 5 e helpful to ask our visitors thi
whatever savings the United Kingdom | A’ Friend i aoe at 1in on the 16th inst. and I am enjoyed his contributions. In par- | S¢&son if @hey are in ¥atibur:of Ss this e
can produce for Commonwealth Heelies | 2 ss Ryn jor 5. sure the public would welcome a ticular I have s ti q sy tioned ers t avour of air-condi- Try a Bottle of
ial Capital for tourist develor | Another Priend: S:Ak anndaheby sone Tibaeeable saecie: thet hie =) ener wi 1 “ oor being available for those who GOLD BRAID RUM
. Capite st development in LG.H 2 ber or members vecuesting + r Ss amusing drawings could) prefer the Ypini 2 as: . . Costs than
Barbados could be provided by Canadians Miss D. W .ie = 26 es eres . at us es perhaps in book form; aa cela a ( ete polls are fashionable . noe Flu
s Tenn i rae h ans ; . wae 5 Ware 2. 2 er, 1952 be de- they would be 4 st-rate souv- ar > sometimes quite he eee
once the gove rnment of Barbados allowed oe He ‘ . 2.00 ~clared‘a Public Holiday. enir of Bathadoa po ine asi I have some other: i ees helpful. ; +.» Feel better
them to repatriate capital profits and offer- | ~ Oe \ P. ! I believe that there is precedent serve as illustrations to aity bro- | Dusiness, gained from Shen for the tourist Meet me are
ed adequate incentives. The example set | f 5.00 for this. Such a motion, I feel, chure issued by y bro~ | 9 sari gained from ac ual contact with et me at... :
: r ple se dF. H 200 Brn ‘ s »9y our Publicity merican and Canadiar neater. 9 GODD ,
by the United Kingdon > racnect | . - would be convenient to everybody. Committee. All that have s: ix vears alan Visitors In the pas ARD'S
’ gdom in this respect ’ sats ) i ; at I have said/cix years, I shall be gl: past RESTAU
ought certainly be followed bere k One always feels that one’s of Mr. Collymore’s work for this!on p chap € glad to set them down ane
'The third principle of Standen > multil i ‘9 eae Xmas Holidays have been inter- Magazine should, T am sure, also on paper, for what they are worth. so long
eral trade and- payments syst Sire . aR ERY IR me ee a rupted, having to go out on the be credited to Mr. Barnes. as the Editor of the Advocate t! ink they ‘ .
ahs ‘ By 1 ystem over the widest : = ze ae 27th. after being at home on the Yours very truly, worth printing, cS 1 vy are
possible area is at once a promise of the removal * ORATOR i 26th, and then stay home AUBREY DOUGLAS-SMIT 3
of quotas and trade restrictions and a reminder | Dorcas League Christmas the 28th Sunday. Why “Unity” ; iLAS-SMITH SANTA IS ON HIS WAY
of the ultimate objective of the Comm« it} : ? make it four straight days, P: “on, Oo » . r PL y
ma tive of the Commonwealth Appeal t aight days, Palm Beach, PPOS fe ° an your Xmas Dinner
and the O.E.E.C, countries. The next stage will be To the Edit - “ ve Then again, Monday is the best Hastings. Dee. 15th, 1952 EON DIES Today
the discussions which are to take plac evan He eet ta advocate, Sena eer ora eer aneensent , Turkeys .... 84 Ib
ae place in Wash- | __ SIR, The sittee of the : . TIT «L ; : , ... B4e, per
ington when the Commonwealth plan and the |Doreas Leag Fe ee Phe 180 Ribbon Parachutes Are A_ Bomber’s Brakes THE “keep out the British” clamour in|{ a stress $L25 per I
O.E.E.C, .report w be examined in the ligt ‘ f 3 e a spt 7 xal for funds LONDON é The ribbon4parachute jorigin-~ Hollywood died to a whisper fates 7 $1.20 per Ih
United States tr: acd i 7 “ ee t e 1 t .Spoon- aie ie ‘ ated in Germany, where, during it | oe i sacon $1.25 per Ib
States trade policies In the freeir e ; Hill Davkells Road’ chute made of strips of the war, an adequate solid ma- t began in the trade newspaper. Holly Sausages 70c. per Ib
ng ; tod St rel oa I t i of - are te : 3 >> Jliy~ .
trade the 1 nited States is bound to be the de- i - a hae Saye Ate. tact, instead of eee Oe silk are terial for parachutes could not be! Wood Reporter, whic} td the R i + Red Cheese 72e. per Ib Enjoy a
ciding voice, ‘Trade not aid” is the slogan of t t deci kek atrivina atten’ i ieveloped by a British firm. found. The hat band trade was] uch said the British refused Carr's Biscuits $1.20 per 7S Snace While
O.E.E.C. coyntries but any f sf a : I th ‘less { a nate a ¢ i. a } ne a | called on to provide ribbon and} to grant work permits to some Americ an ‘ tin warns She theses
EEC. itr it any ecast of 5 } ve fortunate ¢ the tail of st fighters 4 sha adh a) ooze a . tO. § 4 é 7
incoming American administration ai . iren of the community by pro- bomber nd i cones St tee weaaene = Sie con-; actors due to make films in England Empire Coffee a vy
may be subject.to.error. The map towaras t ng fo Mledical aid. clothing, to shorten the landing rum The further advant were 85! BUT the Same rf Fh Di Wi e Onl
SMEs the wirid trade Ges bet Y towards tt anni bape al ly ig are ak ecg ae ne ae eae mere advantages became ob-| 3 the Sereen Actors’ Guild says all the Make this week y the or SCOTCH
» Commonwe anq the 7 tyne rachute ft . ‘Oe hol anti-British noise is “cuttiy vs 7
the Commonwealth and the 0.4 ain) # e © for the Vulcan | Work on parachutes metal} ene ten noise is “cutting off our nose to CANADA DRY WEEK GOLD BRAID RUM
‘ re countri¢ ; of the Commonw eee Th ' ! brakes is going ahead By using spite our face.” hone early ... We deliver Served
he dependent territories of the Carit er ol van of landing oe . 5 Rnd
wind a 1 or other Ae ; inding runs can be cut by It rev ‘ . : J _ seat lth acini ta lh oe
play a great part if they follow the rout book ys, d s th ch as my eveais that 1 the st ®1 months. 771)
’ , ut hi This is partic- ‘ -t months, //
od. - oe fa ‘P ; put t M re " j 'P« us ; d Bes ie . A < signif 1t in Britain where AMericans worl in made-in-England pic I! GODDARDS
>» goa Ww lave to be gi n y th c cI oF ? Che designers . . Mm ‘ “ Big pic- , 2 . 3
winter give ( olnel eect int , inten rd e > ee i eg ture And 35 Briton : Regn 1 1 Van ¥i FOR SERVICE.
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British Honduras And °
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May Confer VERMOUTH





















Of G A Conference of We Wherever you find the best
satest Interest nest
uggists may be held son Y you'l; find Martini
r es er es next year to discyss the unifica- ‘ Pe
, tion of standards for the area Vermouth
THE THREE-MAN Timber Mission concluded its Last week, the Trinidad Phar-
three-day tour of Barbados yesterday, and will leave this it
morning on their way home after two months in the
Caribbean. Mr. A. F. A. Lamb, Conservator of Forests, , ‘ aa
. . ‘ . ms have also bee sent
Trinidad, goes to resume his normal duties in Trinidad, Senin ca, Farcaten
while Mr. C. W. Scott and Mr. J. L. Richardson, fly home has not yet been known
via Trinidad and Jamaica. her they will accept
—_— Yesterday the Mission visited steering Committee has been
the Fisheries Office where they & p bv the Trinidad Pharma-
Tax a ers witmessed the launching of the ‘outical Society to prepare a date |
four Calvert fishing boats, and for the proposed conference
ee kk, y © after a meeting witn the Lum- ler present arrangements
nion Being ber Committee .of . the Chamber exch colony has its own individ
of Commerce, - held discussions standard of examination, an |
Pie . with the Comptroller and other hoped that. agreement
Considered Officers of Colonial Development reached at the conference for |
: « and Welfare Organisation, who fled standard
Efforts are being made to form See ae ee am f the M
@ Taxpayers Union which will be , “** SOCOM, Leader o e Miss - 7 |
able to “speak “with one voice” in, told a Press Conference at the Lebowurer Charged
. Marine Hotel yesterday evenir 7
to Government on the question ood oe a aa ° . ’ i 1
of Income Tax and relevant mat that they were very grateful for \ ith Sor s N urder
Sve the hospitality extended to them k }
: in all parts of the Caribbean, and oe i. TGUA Dee. 15 }
Circulars have been sent « not the least, in Barbados where harle Seth ] Rous im oe De- |
to ebout 500 taxpayers in alJ Mr. F. L. Cozier made “admirable I * % Pla it ti r i + crs od witt |
taxable income groups, inviting arrangements for their brief stay. a see at S aatesaccta
them to-attend a meting’ Ta? On behalf of the Mission, he ; mar ei a it on ret
next month “to appoint a expressed their indebtedness to It “ N iat th t the child was '
mittee who will draft suita those gentlemen who showed them gg asi killer. The Produced by Martini & Ross)
rules for the Union, and take around the island, and demon- peers. watoure i Ae cates Torino (Italy)
such other steps as <¢re neces- strated what was being done in inquest was adjourned since px

sary.”

The circular states: “It is
generally felt by the p:oportion-
ately few income tax payers in
the island that the need for a
Union or Association of tax-
payers has never been «r
In as much as the rates of income
tax are about to be considerably
increased, it will place a still
heavier burden on _ the

the Housing Scheme, and in the
Boat Building Scheme.
Major Interest

Reviewing generally the work of
the Mission, Mr. Seott said that
the major item of interest is pitch
pine from British Honduras and
the Bahamas. Having seen both
ends of the chain—the supplying
and consuming ends, they were
now able to make practical sug-
gestions in the interest of both.

at Eagle Hall.

MRS. VERNON KNIGHT yesterday evening cut the ribbon to open the new Yonkers Service Station
On the left is Miss Doris Jones with a bouquet of flowers for Mrs. Knight, and
right is Mr. Kenneth Jones, Proprietor of the Station.

Yonkers Open Service
Station At Eagle Hall

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Population of over two hundred i; particularly glad to see the good aster of Harrison College, w THE NEW Yonkers Service Station was formally . ROOT! Micaculous SWAMP-ROOT will
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from such a Union are obvious,
the circular continues: “It as
felt that a concerted body of
opinion would have far greater
effect than any individual effort;
that legal advice could be sought
on disputsble points, and such

known as Santa Maria, from Brit-
ish Honduras.

It was also clear to the Mission
that there was a very keen de-
mand for pitch pine in Barbados,
and a keen demand for good boat
building timbers, such as the Sil-

Association when the Association
held its inaugural meeting at Har-
vison College yesterday evening.

Commissioner for the Area, said

th
er

Mr. Lisle MHarrjson, Assistant

at there were at present four
oup sponsors — Combermere,

the ribbon after Rev. D. C. Moore had blessed the station
After speeches by Mr. J. E. T
Brancker, master of ceremonies, Mr. Kenneth Jones, pro-
prietor of the station Mr. V. C
McD. Symmonds, refreshments were

and wished it success.

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; Brancker said that Mr luckily for him he was since able from the oldest medicine in the world:
of the Union; and that “any fortunately, the supplies of this the Cathedral. He later avked Mr. Jones was to be congratulated on to buy it, though at a greater price and FLOWER SHOP herbs and roots!) GET DR. KILMER'S
coercive action. by the govern- wood are not large, and there was Hammond to act as chairman. typo opening of his new Service than he had at first been offered ; } ' SWAMP-ROOT TODAY!
ment against any member of the a large demand for it in British Major Noott moved a resolution Station and everybody wished a ae Ror ss ; : ” n
x Union should result in iremediate Guiana itself. for forming the Association, tc be him success. Mr. Jones had cer- _ For 18 years the Yonkers Com- Aquatic Gap, selling | , me
3 re-action by the whole unwn. a Trinidad, he er their shiet known as_ St. Michael East Sub- tainly chosen a very fine site a ne on he Nonia: AeA | “~ TY ROOT :
2 ; ena ates impressions were jhe excellent Area. This was seconded by Mr. @Nd he, Mr. Brancker, had no DuUSINess And one could detine ‘ | i =
3 “ The:.cleeway eee! — result from the teak planting Frank Santen: Tote motion ba doubt that the same business {Yonker nae a come a etn agents for q
f “one point which is of 8&1 “ Scheme begun some _ thirty-five agreed to unanimously acumen Mr, Jones had exhibited The new station intended giving sin ikl ’ | ee
3 importance is the need of \ years ago, and which was now Members were then elected to in his other concerns he would 2, S€tvice second to none, As the BRUCE WEATHERHEAD A PRODUCT OF KILMER & CQ,
Z creased allowances, such as by beginning to bear substantial the As ociation after which the ¢xhibit in the running of the new stati n was not quite in the centre : n

£250 a year for a married mans fruits. The present turnout was rate of mubensistion nail Asai On Service Station. of town, if a car required ser- i

the £50 for achild and the £220 in small sizes, but as the trees get the motion of Mr. A. A. Durant it . Mr. Brancker’s remorks were Viting the company would be LT D.

for Life Assurance. These allow~ oider, the sizes would increase. was decided that the rate should followed by the blessing of the W'!/ing to send for the car from

ances are out of proportion in ang whatever surplus might be is end , dailae, naticad wae for Station by Rev. D. C. Moore. After tOW" and go all out to convenience ee: ; ws

consideration of the present cost available for such uses as deck- i ona hes eos an rie acl oe this Mr, Jones spoke, the owner, Book your. orders NOW a

of living, and one of the first ing of boats and yachts mignt be ae oe peer and Swe a — He said that the Service Station }1e added that they would build Come and select we have

actions of the Union should be to of’ some special interest in Bar- fore ech ne ae was no overnight gesture nora cafe above the station so that vay wiiee ol Gk tiol a nd

make an issue of this point. ‘iad bados. m4 mushroom decision, The general people coming for gas could have on * Panis ' a hate

x io 7 sate ga: te ag = Mora Timber Major °C. Noott, Dean Hazel- public might say to themse * refreshments if they Wished, Tubers You can get ‘any

question of Pension at emplovee ..4 further point of interest in W0d and Capt. H. H, Williams that many service stations were cotuur of the falnbow> In

far as the cay aetiee a on. Trinidad was the local use of Were elected Vice - Presidents. being constructed and money Mr. Skinner whom Mr. Jones our collaction — of sulb

is concerned, needs careful con- y40.4 as timber and charcoal Other elections were as follows: surely was being made out of it. had earlier described as having Cormi

sideration, and the _regulati mn On this point, Mr ry Fr A Mr. Frank Blackman, Secretary; For himself he could not say greatly assisted him in his ven- |

ere rege ar line with y amb Conservator’ ot Forests, Mr. Michael Phillips, Treasurer; ,whether there was money in it be- (ure, next spoke. He said that it Buy NOW to te in time to \

other West Indian Colonies, Trinidad, explained that in Trini. Mr. G. R. Brathwaite, Mr. C. cause this stetion was his first had taken much energy and effort get Blooms for the Horti- RICHARD DNUT SETS (Perfume & Powder)

» principal movers ‘ad ine Geet aa *AUSh pond ‘Mora Brathwaite, Mr. G. R. Spencer, venture. on Mr. Jones’ part and he wished cultural Exhibition in Feb- Pen oe : eta ail

wrens Soe eee ye sterday bei as they could, and the re- or = “Boone ia ime The Proper Site ) him every success. paras A ea and you will PONDS GIFT SETS

that the object of FORn Oe me ar pene ao Pig otis SL leant Mr. W. A. Allen, Mr, A. A It had ann” Wis desire for Mrs. V. C, Knight then cut the Bulbs make a practical CUSSONS TOILET SOAP (3 Cakes in Box)

Union “is not to ‘oppose 7's. doing everything to encourage Durant, Mr. O. A. Pilgrim, Mr. more than six years to have ribbon, : | DUBARRY ROSE SOAP (3 Cakes in Box)

ment, or. to get ‘around the = the use of charcoal as fuel, be- G: Quintyne, Mr. E. T, Davis and service station, but there had After this, Mr. Knight said that and original Xmas _ present |
' cone TanrLawe. eee ap cause it is a means of utilising Mr. L. A. Lynch, members of the always been the question of a Mr. Jones had shown vision in ) 36—Party | DUBARRY TALC IN BOTS, (Assorted Scents)
i have a representative bor ee the waste products in the forests, Executive Committee; Mr. C. D. proper site. The present site was getting himself a fine service Phone 4866—Party line : PA ; i
i opinion which fou ds approach thereby allowing for the better Gittens and Mr. A. S. Howell, offered to him in 1950, but at that station in a most strategic sight. Ask for Mrs FitzGerald | SOIR DE PARIS PERFUME (Biffel Tower)
j Government on matters relating growth of the young trees Auditors; Major Noott, Vice- time he was not in the best of , : | ad : NE & PERFUME In Xm‘s Tree Pack
| to the rates of income eae . = Continuing, Mr. Scott eaid that Chairman and Mr. Frank Black- health and was afraid to take the | Moving the vote of thanks Mr l NEE DA CUET SHOP | CER GUE Uany -# ; fee ’ ri
j observed that there oe er in British Guiana after green- man, Mr, G. R. Brathwaite and venture. The site was sold, but Mc.D. Symmonds said that Mr, ~ ALE"? 1 ‘
| people who do not pay ne heart, Mora is one of the most|©. A. Pilgrim, representatives on Tones deserved the thanks of the THE U-NEE-DA” situ- ”

share of taxes, While there are Peart, Mora | oe eS the Island Scout Council community for having transform- eo |
j others who are paying more than important timbers. There, it was é ou oO ‘ any movement but it was difficult ed the Eagle Hall Corner into a ted ne xt Sanitary Laun. |
i their full share, and added “that even more plentiful than green- After the elections, Mr. Ham- to hold the enthusiasm. nicer looking place and building dry, Aquatic aap. Woexe at ’
| is one of the matters the Union heart. J ; |mond asked members to keep Mr. Harrison 1..oved a vote of ‘the station. He thanked all who Oar welcomed Pay us a .

will want to discuss with the It was therefore obviously im-|their enthusiasm alive. He said thanks after vhich there was a had assisted Mr. Jones in the VEE RUT ROPES |

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Their chief
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like t

problem
no press for i
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A technical \school is |{ ore
costly than an academic on nee
| it requires not only a highly
j ed staff, but also expensive
ment, and the use of exper
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the technical school th s
standing of the old estabi
Grammar School. Unfortunately
many of the supporters of techni-
cal education are apt to emphasiz
emotionally the frustration of
forced to undergo an acacte
training for which they } :
capability. This t



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ability, is, of course, quite un-
true. Furthermore the parent a
the child know full well that en-
try to the academic school

tive, and that those children w
the best brains in ir year

the scholarships
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school. We are already critical of
this canker of examinitis in the
academic school, this growing con-
viction that a boy attends scho

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larger salary wher

| leaves, and this defect in the tra
jing of our young is likely t
even more pronounced in a t«
nical school, where the
spends so long learning the act
trade he intends to follow. I qu
realise that a technical school al
provide me acaden
training; but it seems certain 1!
one of the functions of sec r
education, what I might call the
| social or political will be
more difficult of achie lent there
even than it is slread
of the older pattern

Uncertainty

A further point on which I
should like to comment brietly
the uncertainty
vail over exacily what a technical
school would do. The trainin,

a child at the secondary stag
through more practical inedia than
an academic curriculum is a leu
able object, but it is not the real
duty of the technical school, which
must be limited in size. That func
tion of training the le abl
material is the duty of the Second-



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and less highly skilled. To pro-
vide such schools for what would

ymount to a_ considerable major-
ity of the child population would
| be very costly, and perhaps is an
educational luxury which should

not come very-high in the order
of priorities. The technical school
itself will train selected boys for
particular trades that require
specialised skill. There seems lit-



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primary emphasi hould be on
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more specialised personne
dental mechanics. It will not, at
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reali both its initial and
recurre ‘ e higher than
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which it can keep some balance
veen the various educational
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though not ali, of the material it
really needs is at present in our
first grade schools

This has been something of a
digressior To return to my
argument I have tried
ain that many threads are
nto our educational theo-
ries, and that if any thread snaps
ind is forgotten a fault will de-
velop in the fabric. We have three
main purposes, the religious, the

litical and the economic, and
thuee main schools of educational
thought, the academicians, the
character builders and the techni-
sal planners. For our educa-
tion to be healthy and fruitful we
must keep a balance and not allow



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iny one thread to dominate the
others
Many Difficulties
After this perhaps somewhat

discussion of the way I
regard educational problems, I
vould like to venture outside my
sund, and try to apply some of
same reasoning to the elemen-
tary schools





I am av if not so vividly as
ou art ny of your difficul-
The secondary school has a

and compulsory at-
playing fields and



separat iassrooms and a multi-
tude of facilities which you could
not but envy. Tkese things are
matters of money. Education is
costly to Governments, and_only
recently I read of some of the

problems of primary schools, even
in the U.S.A., to provide proper
classrooms and staffing for a ris-
ing child population. I have al-
ways maintained that the first
priority is the man who teaches.
He is what matters, and his atti-
tude and his example is far more
important than any pious exhorta-
tions in the development of the
sort of citizen we all want. A
good staff is the first essential for
a good school, and you, and not

your schoo] amenities, are what
will really tell in the future of
this island. None the less a good

staff can do better work in more
congenial surroundings, and I
should not wish to belittle the
practical difficulties with which
you are faced, or the exasperation
that must often strain your nerves,
All this is, however, outside my
scope, it is a question of coats and
cloth and the revenue of Barba-
Jos.

Three Functions

What I wanted to suggest is that
the Primary School is today trying
to fulfill three distinct functions
which are not always complemen-
tary and that perhaps some of the
malaise which enters into discus-
sion of elementary education is
because the three-headed nature
of your work has not been fully
inderstood, I would describe your
three functions as literacy, pre-
paration for secondary education
ind special welfare. The use of
the primary school for welfare
work ig a common feature of the
modern state, and it is indeed diffi-
sult to see how a government can
readily find other machinery
through which to bring certain
types of benefit to its children of
school age. In England there are
regular school nurses , working
under the public health authori-
ties, there are dental inspections,
medical overhauls, vaccinations,
inoculations, weighings and mea-
surings. There is also as in Bar-
bados milk distribution and gen-
erally free luncheons as well. As
I say, the school is the obvious

unit through which this welfare



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work can be done i so-
ially of great value, but too often
the expert enthusiasts pay little
tt ion to the interference with



chk outine The dent-
comes ever so often,
it he expects the children parad
ed for his inspection, and he for-
gets the doctors’ calls and all the
card-filing and returns that are
involved, I suffer at Harrison
College from well-meaning folk
who think it would be good for
the boys to do this or that, it would
only mean a day here or an hour
there, If they all had their way
we should cease to teach anything
at all. Routine is @ very neces-
sary background te school work,
needs a schoolmaster to

not only

but it
acpreciate its meaning.

Social Welfare

Here in Barbados you may not
be so afflicted as some, but I have
no doubt you groan under many
of the returns you have to make

that certain social statistics
may be duly filed. I myself have
often felt cross with economists
who find the cost of school milk
on the educational estimates and
hen work out the high percentage
of education in Barbados. I
know it does not matter as the
Government pays in any case; but
[ would like to see the Social
Welfare Estimate or the Public
Health Estimate credited with the
expenditure of this sum rather
than the Education Department.
rhen some economist could tell us
how the percentage of the revenue
spent on education had been re-
duced.

This use of your school hours
and your teaching staff for pur-
poses which are not strictly edu-
eational is likely to increase
rather than diminish. No one can
criticise the laudable objects of
these Services, but I hope that
theve who tntroduge them will
try and use as little teaching
time as possible, and, above all,
be economical in the number of
forms and statistics they demand.
I share the inherent conviction of
most professional men that most
forms are a waste of paper, and
that, when we have written them
with our blood and tears, they are
filed in expensive cabinets for the
recreation ‘of ants and cock-
roaches.

cost

Social welfare, however, though
it may be a disturbing factor in
your organisation, does not in-
volve a conflict of purpose in the
sense in which your other two
objects—a general standard of
jiteracy and a preparation for
secondary education—may do, I
have seen much argument in the
press and heard it in conversation,
about such debated topics as age-
grouping, extended curricula,
streaming, transfers and various
other technicalities. I do not pro~
pose to discuss them now, but I
believe that the heat they all
engender springs largely from this
dual purpose of education in the
primary school, Those who con-
centrate first on the general level
cf literacy will hold a different
view from those who consciously
prepare their children for a more
advanced education, It is there<
fore quite possible for one to
maintain hotly that the standards
of the elementary schools are
rising, while another protests
equally hotly that they are falling.
It is not a question of dishonesty
or false data; it is a question of
the standard of measurement, and
of what they regard as the over-
riding putpose of the elementary
school,

As the Headmaster of a large
secondary school, I am naturally
most interested in the second ob-
ject, the preparation of a boy to
do well in academic subjects;
but I do see that, unless and un-
til secondary education is pro-
vided for all children, that could
not be the only purpose of educa-
tion at the primary stage, And
even if secondary schools for all
wers built and staffed, only a
small percentage would attend
the type of academic school of
which Harrison College is an @x-
ample, The conflict between these
two purposes of elementary
education is then to some extent
unavoidable; but once the prcb-
lem is grasped and not allowed to
bedevil our arguments by causing
misunderstandings. I do not think
it is as formidable as it seems.
We secondary schools do not re-
auire from the boy who joins us
at eleven years of age anything
more than sound grounding in the
three R’s. Not only do we take
comparatively few older boys
than that, but we now take larg
numbers from your schools into
our own preparatory departments.
I still think personally that this
age of eleven is rather late to
start any especially academic sub-
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I think it has beer
chosen as the uneasy balance be-
tween these confticting purposes
ot the primary school in England

eign language

which faces the same problem as
you de To introduce academic
subjects to the primary schools

where so few children are going
to follow a future academic
course seemed pointless, but to
delay it beyond eleven for those
few was impossible. Therefore,
eleven Was. chosen as the age
of diversification. None the l¢ss
it is quite feasible to train a boy
to a high academic standard frorm
the age of eleven onwards if his
grounding in the basic R's is
really sound.

Difficulty

The difficulty is that the general
lev®! of elementary school chil-
dren of that age either here or
in England is below the standard
the Grammar School requires on
which to build successfully. We
want the intelligent child who has
progressed faster than his neigh-
bour, because he has more natural
ability and perhaps because he
has been more studious and more
regular in his attendance at
school. And we want him with
the knowledge; not just the poten-
tial ability. We are not interested
in his 1.Q., unless he can also pro-
duce a standard of technical pro-
ficiency in English Composition
and Arithmetic.

The problem then resolves itself
into how to let the brighter boy
develop faster than his neigh-
bour and still give a feir oppor-
tunity to the dullard to reach a
respectable standard of general
knowledge and literacy. The
official answer is ‘streaming’, the
collection together of those chil-
dren of similar age and capabil-
ity, so that ‘a’ stream goes faster
and further than your other
streams. This is logical, but it re-
quires for its implementation a
very large school numerically,
and, as all of us know, the
streaming of boys has, in practice,
to be modified by questions of
staffing and the size of the forms
My own solution would be more
drastic, it would be the stream-
ing, not by forms in small schools,
but by certain schoolg to which
children of greater ability should
be drafted and prepared for com-
petitive entrance to the grammar
echool, -Still better in my view
would be the creation of a Gov-
ernment Preparatory School
which worked to an
curriculum and _ prepared
possibly at an older age, for a
more academic type of examina-
tion than can be set to a child
of eleven,

I think we all know how diffi-
cult it is to distinguish accurately |
between the capabilities of small
children. It is even more difficult
to do so on one days’ examina-
tion when the child may be ill or
nervous.
find that, however fair and *areful |
they may be, that they have a
considerable percentage
in this selection. The older the
child and the wider the range of
examination subiects he can be

set, the lower this percentage of |

error is likely to be. The Prepara-
tory School which I have suggest-

ed will make errors in its selec-
tions: but these errors wil! be
further adjusted as its children

pass through the competitive en-};
try examination to Seerndary
Schools or the Technical School.

What I am suggesting may well |
be impracticable at present. 1
know there are difficulties with
the transport of young children
and family problems in them go-
ing too far from home; but it is
not really as revolutionary as it
sounds. Children from your
schools are flocking to enter the
fee-paying preparatory depart-
ments of our secondary schools at |
this moment, and indeed, as long |
us secondary schools in the island |
are fee-paying, any parent who |
intends to give his son secondary |
education has to face the question
of fees. It is not then unreason-
able to suggest a government
sponsored and subsidised prepara-
tory school at which government
scholarships could be awarded,

Some of you will dislike the
idea since you will resem the
suggestion that at the age of nine
or so you may be deprived of some
of your most promising pupils.
But this is to put the school be-
fore the child—a temptation to
almost all of us. My object in
putting forward this tentative sug-
gestion is certainly not disparage-




academic |
boys,

Most secondary schools |

of error}



your better I il ike
ie equally unsatisfat
of Sacrilicing your
Gard to your intellige
rernaps I labour the
much. 1 am predisposed
academic training, and I am at
present responsible for an aca-
Gemic school. I therefore tend to |
see educational problems from i
that angle of vision, and may wel:
be blind to other angles. It may be
that this duality of purpose can be
resolved more simply; it may be
that streaming in itself will pro-
vide a satisfactory synthesis, but
1 feel suré that it is worth while
considering many of the burning
questions which at present con-
cern you in the light of this analy-
sis. If my method of stating the
problem has offended you I crave
your pardon and plead sincerity
of purpose as my excuse.
Leaving this controversial issue,
on which I have lingered too long,
let me return again to the major
principles of our profession. We
have to do so many things that the
task indeed seems formidable. By
our personal examples as well as
our more formal teaching, we
have to produce the right citizens
for a Barbados of the future We
have to found our work on Christ-
ian values; and, never losing sight
of that essential foundation, we
have to provide all of them with
the opportunity to develop his or
her special talents. And yet, we
have to remember ‘Brave New
World’ and beware of planning
too minutely; of treating the
child as a pawn on the chequered
board, who can be moved from
square to square as seems good to
us his elders, and neglects that
individual personality which is
his inalienable right. We have to
steer between the devil of over-
regimentation and the deep sea of
unco-ordinated effort. If we suc-
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x Vv : 396 tierces of pickled meat and Saturday by the Eton Club for members and their friends similar scheme He said that in M.\ B. Radar for Trinidad
oo 1,075 cartons of evaporated milk “~~—— . . every school, there were to be Pahaian nore for, Domintes

schell cont
His Honou:



: ny ~~ wm 1 l , Canadian Cruiser for St. Vincent
were the main items of s ship’s ~~ . . found a number of children whose Yacht The inl oh . ;
ce ges Other € aoe x ae : ona 2 Eton S 290rls receptive capacity was below that Yacht ‘ e ie . = nag
argo included 484 oO ers rf s ib for St. Lucia
we



ing Judg« bags of animal feed, 497 casks of ; of the normal child, and it was
of Bridge: ines sh, 83. boxes oF 3 aa 30 $ Cl Db Ti id 1 therefore absolutely necessar) 2, "2°
damages to cases orp wultry. 125 silier oF caus. Xmas Party u oO ¢ that they should receive special Se au ell

Dalkeith, S
in which he «
from Nice!

v0 bags of flour and a large attention, DEPARTURES BY BWIA

Pe . A fatl who | be ery FOR T
hipment of cotton piece goods. Partv a evens Wao nag been very OR TRINIDAD
vr ‘ ed wit sults ler the DEC, 14
The ship also brought a shipment At Pk t , with results under t! D
s ; I an “ sen -,

Wester M. Gibst C. Dodson, §































































































Christ Church ( Christmas trees, Local agents oe eae Re ; Nightengale, R Da H. Davi A
knocked hin for the Cruiser are Gardiner Aus- ; On Sati afternoon, Eton (A ~ i aah, N ton 4 eee Rh. Seren, Bats
bieyele on | he tin & Co., Ltd. B tenet the rainy afternoon, Sports Clu ilded in the Christ- tan, Sec } th oat ae erect Warcreale Lice ~
night of April yea a A lie sottlers Ltd's annual Christmas mas season with a party for mem- Mente on taking this very ime ee vtarone A. Garcia, & it
Mr. G. b. Niles apposed in the MONEKA’ FOR DOMINICA Party held on Sunday at their bers, and their friends at “Arch- Portant step. It js already long x, nuitey, C. Avaynard '
shh att re x plant was a jolly affair. Attend- lle” re ri x¢ overdue ine rope tha us FOR GRENADA
Court of Appeal ibbs. Colin The motor vessel Moneka sailed ance numbered over 160. T - d~ ville’, Sergeant's: Village, scheme will be pursued annually DEC. 14
Chapman told t! ¢ ) ; ‘ ance numbered over 160. This in- P | 27,
Pp . over the weekend for Dominica cluded 61 childre Phis ¢ 1. until there are enough teachers , Preudhomme, S. Preudhomme, 1
he was on Dal } > : ided 61 children. This is the The party, which ended after earwood, C. Gehbbe, D. B >
es weh a Jarfre cargo of mixed second Christmas given by Bot- 11 p ‘J 1. Christmas music, “0°, are specially trained in the penjar ; aes ,
10.30 p.m., on products. This cargo included tlers Ltd. for their staff. ' ce va rn of ch sukene mgitts, teaching of “backward” children.’ FOR SADHDAD
knocked de wn by rum, lard, potatoes and sugar. vathonhers rn ; ic : ia, i He said that the system of Age DEC, 1
he regain: ciot The Moneka is under the com- Members of the staff who are ’ ariiex in five Seaton = Grouping could be made to work ae a fe Spe “ V. Dookie, T
rc ‘ ‘ arri = s . = é I I 1 § T i . em- | wre ; 4 On
learnt that Gibbs was the 1 mand of Captain R. Hudson and Married brought their wives and ites eiaeg.. HAS Str oh tee ee more successfully, if certain thodi- Gomez’ M. Gomer. ag neueley %
the bicycle. He asked Gibbs if it xcal agents are the Schoon- Children, single men—a friend ves a ore , “ fications were made, and he hoped MeNe P. Farah, C. De Melllac. 1}
: s dozen invited children of the dis- }
was drunk and |} aid no. er Owners’ Association. This year’s party was twice as trict. Games were played ; nd re- that Government wo ld take op- Smeon, C. Ayers, J. Piper, F. Lewis, N
Affer the accident he could not _ large as the one last year, for the oe ae : 3 ayed an re= sortunity under the Five Year Tess H. Bernard, A. Codrington
> 27 wm freshments were eee There FOR VENEZUELA
wal roperly and had to attend a FOR ST. LUCIA plant now works non-stop with ,, . . ~. Plan to implement some of the x 3
d e + : t . peel as three staff shifts ; were also Christma rols fol- t uirements nece B. I M oA
tor. > i 1 , va z sta ‘ . re ourger ec om s sceS- teneja Irbaneja, M ro
Wad tie rf - a eS t — aon a} The Canadian Highlander left lowed by the distribution of gifts ne ty thi si doned Gh tha-avateen, .Lariieeul’ tl Avery M. Laro R
earns about pov a week. for St. Lucia over the weekend. Coloure res cad i . one to each child. , Jordana, J. Bilboa, A, Bilboa, a. Bilboa
™ 4 } pac v ‘ oloured streamers and balloons > *
Ena Chapman said t Gibb R. Puig-Core, L, S
twas riding the | casa Ang vessel arrived in port on criss-crossed the office—the scene 1 ‘ ¥ Mora, M. M Y Ard un E reunn.
g the bicycle t and Friday ; adie 7 4 . a - 5 1 — T , ra ora rdila, E. Cubi
when he hit her husband there ones with cargo for the island of the part. A life sized replica New Church At lan, I, Sanchez, R. Carrasquero, M
light Scent Stee ceo other Caribbean territories. of Father Christmas and a large and served drinks and ice cream aousnrt A. Paschen M, Paachen,. 3
was no light ©; Pace AS er Cargo included limacol from decorated Christmas Tree sur- assist Se tt a Acti ft. Chri oc: Ss "ves U . V illage Vallenitia, “A. Briceno |
the collision her husband fell in British Guiana and pickled meat rounded with OMeEni #at ix on am is office sta wrist- z argc ants 1 £ FOR BR. GUIANA |
the gutter. from Trinidad. Captain P. C, Fin- corner of the office.. Desk-tops See ater was, eupanets BY 8 Wer ten workmen were yester- R. ‘Welch, G. Welch R. Ellis, 8. |
Dr. Vaughan who attended to lay is the master of the vessel covered with white table cloth Ane { vs prbeiing: hi tha new Pilgrim Grslgie, P. Bayley. M. Smith, F. Raison
Colin CHapman at the Casualty of which is consigned to Gardiner were filled wi stan ‘at csoke ‘ a ee is LR lated ts I a nie ies ova IE Sos B. Smith, M, Parker, R, Fowler, W
the G 1 Hos l > rs + x . ; ith plates of cakes, Ate 5.30, M Ronnie Gittens Holine Church at Sargeant’s Vil- Baron, M. Baron, G, Pollard, D. Chap
e Genera Hoes ital, s 1 th i Austin & Co., Ltd. patties, sweets etc., while in an- and Mrs. Cyril Weatherhead, wives lage The building which was man, G. Priaulx, C) Williams, CG. will
there were bruis¢ on the right other corner was the bar. Mr. of two of the directors of the com- starte i early in November is due /8™*, A. MacWaters, M. MacWaters, H, |
Jeg and Chapman complained of rae C. T. Ray, Manager of the plant pany handed out presents to the to be completed sometime in "®t" 1 Goddard |
ain in the middle of the back. the Police and at the Police Station acted as z ok Maha Ie , c uy §
Be inj n ; . : acted as Master of Ceremonies, children, Februat ARRIVALS PROM VENEZUELA
e injuries, however, were not identified the duck as her prop- By LAY !
serious. They could have been erty. Ree - si : December 4 ;
caused by 4 Sgt. King attached to Central e ete * mh is? iy I z ” Nate ene Mi see i A ; hin
In confi: 5 t} decisic Police Station prosecuted for the | b M SON | e { Bb: | « | . val, S Garcia, N. Rrgentini, R. Staccioli
Their Honow: said that it ; Police. im er a IsSsSION (ne our alr ya OS J. Barron, M. Barron, ¢ (inoco, A
Tinoco, C. Tinoco, A, T. Tinoco
clear that there was some element 2 Sy nee . )
: ' BICYCLES STOLEN : : a i ARRIVALS & BY B.W.LA
of neégligen: e and the result of @ From Page 5, can be avoided. However, in times The result was that the buyer FROM TRINIDAD
Si Hemerlicence, Chapman was Theophilus St. Clair of Deane’s portant for the Caribbean in gen- Of Scarcity, the snag was that -had to cancel his contract and the w& vea Se otadard, 1. Goddara,
down Village, St. Michael, reported yes- eral and British Guiana in p jr- Neither ane pro er nor the con- shipper showed a total lo: B Go id wd D {Soddard, G May D
) BAD LANGUAGE : ty that his bicycle valued at ticular, to seek ways of using SUMer could easily afford to wa Freight Ships 1’ devel, Vt Raceen te acvae S
- } " which he left at a meat depot Mora. It would satisfy the con- ! the timber to dt It was ol He promised that when he re- Spence, P. Hernes, EB. Cumberbatch
H Wors ) “os G. * ith at Cheapside, St. Michael on Dec. sumer and produce revenue fot viou that capital w ied up and turns to Liverpool, he would look 3 Attin, J! ere ra. G. Jer pings, 3
736)" Of S Biati 1ed will. SE i act 13 was stolen, British Guiana. interest charges accrued while the jnto th possibility of obtaining Rah" B. » 2 . N. La ‘
(36) peeaion “5 erie Ps bee ie RE 24 The Major interest in British “™ber was drying, but under nor- one or two ships to operate and
ng peeves language David Reeves of Eagle Hall, St. z peel hyp: i ahi : : v = eas
for | | languag H ; ‘ mal conditior where good prac- | : FROM VENEZUBLA
r : n 1 ‘ ns hic -yole onduras, Mr. Scott said, “is to ae ee . shad help’ the inter-Caribbean freight a
n Stree about 11950 a.m. Michael, reported that his bicycle ~ tices were followed that I ith December
bay 14 which he left in the doorway of Stimulate the use of the less known : nt th aerrreh) seen iy nov situation, Suse Kulka, Tina, Kulka, Roberto I ‘
} : » Cott . ry Street. woods such as Santa Maria, be- Preve® l@ use of properly dried Kulka, Carlos Schmeichler, Carlos,
on The fine is to be paid in seven the Cotton Club, Spry Street, on ause their I : 3 ars e- timbet He said that the cost of freight Richard Schmeiehler, Alfred Schmeich
@aysor one month's imprisonment December 13 was stolen, He val- Cause their mahogany is already aes atic ox. ler, Elisabeth Palmer man Palmer,
pe sah 5 Sa tantnetan eC being exploited to the full. On the question of shipping, NV at the moment seemed to him CX wiv Gonzalez, Luisa Gonzales, Clara
1 , ied the bicycle at $91 I I , Mr.
with hard mur. he case was t daha lh Referring briefly to their meet- J. L. Richardson, the Commercial ©! ionally high and practically Gonzalez, Dolores Pena, George Freyet
Bae Po! Ses pmemee. | re Another bicycle was stolen from ing with the Local Lumber Com- Member of the Mission said that Uf proportion in the Caribbean, muth, Ani Prevermuth, tudy Breyer. | et
: Sydney Stamler of Hastings, Christ mittee, Mr. Scott said that the the general ¢ I has been “ea. As as example, he sald, jennifer Hatch, Donald’ Hatch a fs". you'll be one of
E DUCK Church on December 13. He left question of grading of pine was that of inadequate s} ipping witt freight from the Caribbean — to pee ; en oueres ‘ores
; s : his ak le outside the house of raised, and complaints of inade- the Caribbean, They had seen one E'S! ceo ibout 4/6 per cubit ie. brane ines a wonderful twosome.
ld Lavine, a speculator of J; Maloney vf Garnett Street, quate lengths were noted. They or two of the discarded U.S. Lat foot, whereas inter - Caribbean GRENADA ’ ‘
Road, St. Michael, was C The bicycle was valued at a] mart | probleme aris~ ing craf cmiek a eer freight is at the rate of 3/2 per _ 1th December You'll both be in the best
; ; H Ww : 0 also went into the problems ari rafts beir used for freis f 8. BiMop, B. Callender, W. Thorpt
il orship Mr. ¢ ; ; oe Sen : , : cubit fone: 3 hop ; ‘ rorppe r ;
1 / ing from the use of green or un- between British Guiana nd f G. Luck, W. Seheibe, D, Scheibe, A designed, best lookin
Bee rith yesterday of stealing ‘Da rnley Collymore of Bush Hall geasoned pine. Such troubles, Venezuela Howavat : rhe foreseeable difficulty, how- .shitlingford 8 j &
; it alas a ed | lowever, it would
a belonging to Gloria Archer St, Michael, reported the larceny he said, could be avoided if the desirable to have regular stea: ever, was the question of return po best wearing swimwear
on mber 1 nd was ordered pf six galvanise sheets valued at ’ : freight : 4 FROM TRINIDAD
be : fet : ; eae. ; wae d at jumber were properly stacked employed in the trade to help [eisht. It was natural that Ship Lith December ’ .
3 1ay . I you've ever seen. For
to @ fine of 30/- in 14 days Or $16 from his yard on December 14. \, 3 q see gaas e planks shippe ping companies would not be anx- R. G C, Asharp, J. Deddyay, L. | ,
‘mont! Ras . rat with batons between the plank ppers. I 1 si Me 5 pes :
one s imprisonmen - f . : ‘ — 4 an . ( ( t g , asi var is ichardson, a ) | ’
F Henry Niblock of Flint Hall, St. ~ a air on pass ae They noticed particularly that t os Ane zs I a ONE WAY, goortt atten, ‘Gastarey SC Souter, L Jantzen has something.
vho lived in the same ichaet . rte. at seven fowlg through the stacks. nis could be +4 ar larly n nd Te 1 empty ere WAS 4 Rawlin Ww Oliver, A. Hamblin, B
‘Areher Ww ie ed pt »™ chaei, reported that 5 en f jone Hata he o try of When they visited the Bartica Tri- short seriod during whict o Berry, D. Smith, Maynard | And you can have it, too,
district as Lavine, mis k* which hg had in his yard some- done either in the country, ingle in British Guiar t , $ aris ARRIVALS — BY B.W.LA |
and after ia g told some g by time between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. on origin or after receipt in Bar- joe.) otiSo Guiana, a num~ citrus fruit was shipped—between PROM ANTIGUA | if you shop soon.
@ Neighbour went to ivine’s December 14, were stolen bades. aks " , Ete were going May and August, and it naturally December 1 |
. king . 7 5 to ruins in the in after they had would mean a loss of time for any M. Sargeant v. W. Tiesel, O. Evan. |
house and saw him plucking the Wis Pulabtars aaaiine Ibvantls Green Lumber arrived at the shipping point too shipping éottouny obs Ghainters wh Shervington, D, Smith, 'V, Smith,
feathers from a dead ene vid . ay ; He emphasised that the monet a) bs to cbtaih eine” PI eee pany operating inter ‘y"smith, B. Sm.th, D. Smith: G, Smith;
She then reported the er. to. Gauons ane - punere green lumber is undesirable if it freight. land affic. 1, Hodge, E, Gunthorpe J. Bailey



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Sa = perauions Loans Fo Representation EXTRA-MURAL DEPARTMEN
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} g. ¥ of Re ids ad cs Road, Tel 53 and 2050) for full particulars i information, and
BLACKMAN —On 15th I ber, 19% ATITOMOTIVE d at ne LONDON a a LONDO! es hesiq | for Application Forms for Admissior Applicants for Government of ;
Henr a A tenaned era = { The Colonie are xpected to Mr. J. } ampbell, e ndia F = z oie . : . 5
leaves fre te residence Saint! CAR—One « ' the official open- } ¢ se Hit to Committee Chairman today com- Barbados Exhibitions must complete both Application Forms for :
David's Road oo _ mining operations” thé : onal for the mented on the exce lent manner in' Admission and Application Forms for Exhibitions (the latter are ;
cr Ocho Rios, Jamaica, ¢ capital needed to finance their de- Wich Colonial interests, and par-| obtainable from the Director of Education). 1
<_Biack nifrea B rm ee wary 9 velopment scher ticularly those of the West Indies 16.12.52.—1n. 3
1 (chiidre Blackr CAP:--One waa tr Rick Rey + orld Bank loans, estimated t had been safeguarded at the Com- 1
Oe meandentiars gor NOTICE Mr Ric hard Reynolds said the wid Ba ns, estimat to ® S 7 ae Ln ig
é |Company’s Jamaican subsidiary— £15 million, are expected to monwealth Cc ee: one Fe ne
\ -—————— | e 4 NOTICE eret that Reynoids Jamaica Mines, Ltd.— made shortly to Central and said, was due wo * ne BOM repre
ns er B t will be sady | ypleted the instal- £@st_Africa. And a mission from sentation which the West Indies |
THANKS fi iste the goth. di ' D ames tation " f ee am in 4 ailitien the Bank will shortly be visiting had had in the persons of Mr.|
ileage t he 29t ' ecembe t 1 oO : t ‘ : ’ : x .
| days .n¢ es roe at Ocho Rios ahi i ACLUUES Wost Africa with a view to future Grantley Adams cond Mr Albert |
nena ener | jer of the Board of ‘Directors.)° se lo. »perat s Gomes. They had ensured that | - $$ <—$$<<
aan wit ator ULLMAN ST Tomy |" Gast tits Bieter to Desert" Reynolds Metals worked in clang P*” SPTESNONS the Colonies would be protected | RTS
edge eC ‘ € » . Dp: ance SRRID niuncti - “ae on 7 E
a athy lered the the eo PI ag an Mer gigs Py i CORRE te junction with Jamaican The Colonial Secretary gas em- in a manner which at one time rd The M/V. “CARTBBEE” will
recent, be ent RRADSHAW é MP AN gorreae ; Government in researt h a hasised that World Bank loans had not thought possible. | NEWS FLASH cept Carge 4 Foussapess for
Neils Re t tt Hal : fn ‘icaenliiancenecimnmamiia ho led to the development of the e likely to play an increasingly In an exclusive interview Domin.ca, 4 ua, ontserrat, ,
12.52—Ir |" a 7 y A ‘i a pp y . and 5 5 P
: suit fee att asidunan ' NOTIC E jaluminium ore deposits on the important part in financing Colo- Campbell said the United fea: hn oe on Kitts. Sailing
MURRELI—T re of ce SO ee one 7 a HERFERY GIVEN ‘rahe it ta. the island for commercial use, he nial development schemes because dom and the Dominions had re-| Your Diary for 1953 nan i
Elfrida Murre army oad, St tevey, Gi Y the \ f the h of erted of the inability of the London membered the colonies: that the! | The M/V. “MONEKA” will
thil ret the sincere thank to| . ° oe : ‘ 1 . +h y * J T )
a ; Sea tia aaarit ¥ George in this Island ¢ anal The ore to be extracted at Ocho ¢pit 11 market to supply all their people i one had al BROWNE'S NAUTICAL e ept Carao and Pameogers St
1s, cards, or in any way|~ a nai a Bill authoris roa % Rios, he explained, will be shipped "es standard of living that neede ’ : h
ympathy with them in thei ~ ELECTRIC CAL in al aiken ee Eernalion 2 rr han > te re. ae rape Commenting on the possibility support and that in return they | ALMANAC Nev
‘ eavement, caubed 1 eran —mmeerwe : : - Jenable the Veg to « 1 ex-| be cessed into al . of inereased World Bank lending could make an important contri-! CHURCHILL'S VOL. V B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’
death of their loved one Elfr.da who 3ATTERY TESTERS High d'scharge | tensive watts’ to - jbe processed into aluminium the he Col The Economist thi he C ari da’ ASSOCIATION (INC.),
fel asleep or December 2 is sae | Bate Testers and Pola dicat je {to erect a Communal Batt i| first step in the manufacture of ng nekee1 ne the = the hots 1 Aubre) urrel thusband) zertride suitable > Garus t Dial £ Latrine dp h alur i week $s 0 1 e a ) whole Z ‘ rd =
Burke (sister), Lt = ton Murr ; son, | Dac 1 Co., Ltd., Electrical Dey Dated this 15th da ais . A Mar. Reyes ids said that both the terest charge on the Bank’s loans On points made in the joint B.W.1, SCHOONER OWNERS’
Trinidad Mrs. Kathleen Git ns (daugh 10.12.52--61 CARRIN( & SB/ | TENS Sree ee 1€ .mounts to 4% per cent, and since cemmunique issued yesterday by | At ASSOCIATION (ING.)
Murrell igrandson!. Iris Mildred ‘Daniel | ~GARRARD—3-Sp te ht Pir eres | british Government and local :his is relatively high, the Colonies Mr. Gomes and Mr. Adams, Mr.\lf JoHNSON'S STATIONERY ee re ae
Mu (grands 2 ' 7ARRA b matic Record ae » re 7 , ares - § } v
sister, Demerara 16.12.52—In| Changers. just. received, a limited . | amuaice an. Government are in= will be anxious to raise money in Campbell said he was entirely in 5s | 6.12.52
“ere Pr pens ae, eS eee eee es le ®\terested in developing . thestoncon rather than from the Bank agreement with them. ‘The, value |" e-seeeeeeAS SASSI AALS |
3 wu. §2—t.{.n ] economy of the island, as well as ey n sand sanctity of Imperial Prefer-
on RENT ——— arid OR LICENSE NOTICE as if and 1 r= |
a | JUST RECEIVED the new 5 and 6 tube | The appleation of Austin L. Tudor ccelerating tourist travel in the a ; i \ : 1" bm ence must be maintained and there |
PYE RADiO, Featuring Bandspread on | hopkeeper of My Lord's Hill, holder ot | Caribbean, arty ig Shea My ie 7 Pie cowd be no relaxation however Tabata at solapshinl Sod YW Jy
_-———————————————— — Jai short-Wave Bands. P. C, 8, Maffei | Liayor Licer { 1952, granted to sumably be made in Gales, 4 1€ Srent the bait offered. |
Ltd ype . f board and ” continu an ondon °* PEP yer
. ; 59 slvanize d.M i y re : a ao i ~ — -
HOUSES Fs. ee taliate | r Joao le"! Red China Offers ill no doubt be anxious that pro- «“There could be no greater | por i ti a
—_—_- — : aaa Belle jects that need dollar equipme nt catastrophe to the B.W.1. at this ac
J sap saxt Rt ld be financed in this way— itical stage in their development | Ae ee ee ee eee eee ee ——_—_—-
FARAWAY—Fully furnished | - TUR is | OR ms } mn eas Sat shouk i his wa} critica
room house, St. Philip coast | FURNI E : Sind ae iain ube t Lo Re er provid they are prone that , than being sacrificed = the wee NADIAN SERVICE
plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2) — - - “Ieee: v ee should reap sufficient, and if pos y benefit of multilateral and “C j wus iE iti es at
Bervent rooms. Monthly rent 960 plus| FURNITURE—Three pi ree To: GRIFFITH, Esq J P 7 . - eae i Te aos oat. eer wee 4 qe ee From Montreal, Halifax and Saint John.
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial upholster set which we prize Mie hare , ap risoner ‘ o- we ‘eet th aeeee aT a “pressed
76 1.11,52—t.i.n.|the Exhibition. Apply ' VOLIE . | tional ar earnil to meet the Mr. Campbell also expresse Expected Arrival
pecieieeees aes | Pine Gap, Upper Collyn LMAR aman GENEVA, Dec 2 dollar t char involved. the opinion that the “no new pre- . nie aiie Halifax St. John Dates Barbados
NEWHAVEN — Fully furnished 4-bed an N.B.—This application will be cor | It has been learned that Cor- : . k ference” clause of G.A.T.T. should | 5S) «suNDIAI = De. oe 48 Decemper
3 Ser el teams, Lighting plant Water: a POUL’ [ered at_a Licensing Court to be held at munist China h offered to 1 iere seem to be plenty of} ). eliminated and that a system) ss. “A VESSEI *) 6 Jan 3 Jan 24 Jenuaey
2 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, ater- es lot nadie nun une as vite i re- a Sond oul satisfy both - oe ‘ i a - Jan 3 Jan a January
rill supply. Monthly rent $78 plus §3 POULTRY Loman a7 eS ton trt*s| patriate 30,000 Jap e through es SHRe STICK e 2 , of long-term contract of markets - —
tleaning charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial] “Sonrany a weeks old 60 ae | catap) ; A } plan worked out by ‘ ese and ayes eats Prime Min- | 22d prices for B.W.1. prima U.K. SERVICE
4 wee ole 50 ear rel a - aa bee " oe, o Comr tr rime ~i a se . . Ww ¢ iver
4478. 3 $3—t£n. | ick @ and 5 months old $3.50 and $3.00 a B. GRIFFITH, Japs inese Red C1 eties e Co om sey a atid aoe ducts ae be retained From Newport, Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow
“leach, Imported Leghorns Cocks $5.00, Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist A oa eee Isle we? We oe velopec és . Expected Arrival
1 aera Mi: Phi Steves, crerainene ientouth Rock Cocks. $5.00, Walmer 16.12.52—in The» ae lo ure came from thé ,.,,; omie problems r cently, are P sealant New port Swansea erpool Glasgow Dates Barbados
, = . wr 454 | Cottage, Two Mile Hill. Telephone 3071. | ————-— - Secretary General of the League oypected to name the Bank as one | SSSSSSS'4 | 5 an (i ingucemen}) 21 Noy, 30 Nov 16 December
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~ie + f ———$—$—$———— « t + . ’ : s ce - § 2 . a
= ES c ee airy. all jae application a Reyr iS. Weekes | League's Execut' ve Committee ment capital for the Common- Tuk i 1 "" E t es i ues
modern conveniences. Reasonable rental of Marehfield, St. Philip, for permission}! Gonferenée us te, pamnions BSC ith at large So far as the} r TT i TRADER Early January Mid Jan Early Feb:
Lucas Street. Dial 3315 LIVESTOCK to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c ynierense now } os teen Ne cer eer, a amass, 4 4 /-* | ’ 5 arly February
14.12.52—3n 7 ibe board and shingle shop with The Secretary said “This news Colonies are conce rned, however ve
“PIGS_12) Two young sow pigs out of| roof at Marchfleld, St. Philis reached us in cable : e Ja- the British Government has al- | SHOP PE 06 Ben sh eee eee
TO APPROVED TENANT the Mental Hospital breed. Just suitable Dated th.s 15th day of Dece 1952 sd Or ” i that- ready the way for increased , r g, Rotterdam an ndon
BUNGALOW —On coast; For one year. | for b PD ApMiy, to D'Arcy A }To:A. W. HARPER Esq panese Red Cross.” He added that reacy pt yas Bank by extending {
Delightful surroundings, all convenien- | ecott Elmo, Cavell Avenue ads Ag. Police ristrate, ! the Chinese Red Cross has told the loans from the = 1% 2 hipedtan ‘Aartwal
ces, English lady, well furnished, per-|yees. Dial 3674 16.12 3n Dist |J upanese Red Cross it is willing ‘ts § iarantee of tota orrowings ; Exquisite French Hamburg Rotterdam London Dates Barbados
manent home. Suitable 2—8 persons. No| _ PERCIVAL BASCOMBE ito help repatriation.—U.P from £50 million to £100 million. f ba “SUNAMELIA” 5 Dec. 7 Dec. 11 Dec 27 December
children. Phone 8350 or Box XX. C/o for Applicant. » help repé 7 7 re Perfumes s.s. “ALF LINDEBERG” fe 13 Jan De *s Senrdar:
Advocate Advtg. Dept MECHANICAL | N.B.—This application will be consid hy } . ; y
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yiving credit to my wife, CL YRENE Palm Tree Butter 25tb Tins, 5!b Tins, and
ERNESTA SMALL (nee Forde) as I do} llth Tins. W. M. FORD, 35, Roe Ss LIQUOR ‘LICEN E NOTICE


























1 h ible for her or| Dial 489 16.1 The application of Elaine sarrov z ; ae 7
EAE Se clad " Samtraltion Pony atit on ee = | shopkeeper of Grants Gap, Weatbury rd.) light bomber will make its debut &
debts in my name \nless by a written] COATS — One Ladies Black Winter St. Michael, for permission to sell Spirits, | flight soon. Be as ilt be We have the ideal
Seder slened by me Coat. One Lad.es Black Spring Coat.| Malt Liquors, &c., at a board and The new pla is a modified e B-66 and Martin built), * & STEAMSHIP. COMPANY, INC
MARCUS SMALL, For Particulars Dial 2344 eh ngle ence with sbeesned att hed atl} | ansitnn of the i a weptwing B-57 are two light bombers which s 5 f
Gite Hall Had, 2.20—an, | Unoer’ Westbury ha. St. Michae tie, Mass s Ee Sus A : CHRISTMAS GIFT &
st. M chael, i Barbados ——___-—_-~-— ae Dated this 15th day of December, 1952,]twin jet attack plane Airforce the Airforce will use to re place Ss 3 ‘A 5 c is
4.12. S2—2n.| CHERRIES IN MARASCHINO—De-|To:—F. A. McLEOD,: Esa aid it bas speeds up to 700 mph, the conventional B-26 light bomb- = & € NADIAN SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
| ticious Moirs Marasch:no Cherry Choco Police Magistrate, 1” on itis , ‘ n Korea. The B-26 also|i#™@ » forthe C HILDREN ‘
lates in 1-Ib attractive boxes, Price 15/- Dist. "A" | The Airforce previously dis- €rs now in ores yar

Ie We refer to our large va~ SOUTHBOUND KIM ALCOA = CORONA Kmâ„¢M
. | BR riety of Beautiful decorated § PARTNER
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" Bruce Weatherhead Ltd “ELAINE BARROW,~ | closed that it ordered some recon- is U ed for reconnaissance,
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paper, flown to wou the same week of 16.12.52—2n RB. A. MeL EOD, » Brower Bridge Limited Passenger Accommodation Available
publication, Dial 0103 and obtain stib= | emmsneswsernnnnenen enemas Police Magistrate, Dist. “A . e 5)

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All the above at 52c. each;
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Sunday Times Correspondent in Barba- te in Drums. Nu Jol, Paraffin OU,| ~~
dos 13.12. 52—6n oumns and Pails. Fiit Sprayers, Fit] LIQUOR LICENSE
allons, Qrts, Pints and ‘% Pints Flit The lication of r Toe q 1p
Aerosol, Fiit ‘Powder. Esso Fundy Oil,| shopkeeper of Lodge Hill, St. Michael WLECT THESE

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NEW YORK SERVICE (EVERY FOUR WEEKS)

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7 Liquors, &¢., at a board and shin gle shop ‘
Nits Don Sponges, Spark Plugs, Brake Fluid..| 4: Pipers Hill, Lodge Hill, St. Michael 1% Varnishes, Enamels, Paints,
“Tt Sandpaper, Stee! Wool.

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SVENT ‘Short | Woollen RANDOLPH BULLEN

“Chesley”, | Evening Coats, lovely for this cool ‘Applicant
One pair ef spectacles from ot Pikes weather. $17.00, The Modern Dress ie each pplicar









Hart's Gap, Hastings on 15.12.5 4 . ea application will be consid Pans Orchids oy iY ¥) we oon
Shoppe, Broad Street 14.12.52—3n ‘ % ans rchids
will be suitably rewarded on return to | 5 ered at a Licensing Court to be held at Ms -
Miss D. Taylor. 16, 12.52-—1n Police Court, District “A”, on Monday, | % tects Girl NEW ORLEANS SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
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of the latest types off Qejock, a.m ’ The above ; de ack
American evening bags. Imitation gold : ¥ 2 7 e above at 84c. each
y Xmas Time I wire cage bags- peri gold ana ‘gt iver Police main es x and 2 ” rf ROS RABOUND ABCHAN:
is bags-lovely brocaded and velvet evening : 16. 12.52—<1n % Chataver Port, Sherry % Glory of Garden GELOS ARNETA EVROS
Happy Time bags. From $4.77 to $7.98, The Modern Pee ae ‘ ¢ ampagne, Port, * 5 % Ben Lomond ro rs een .
. ‘ Dress Shoppe, Broad Street Yocktail, P , Whisky RO nen ic rae A RLE, 4 Dec, 18 Dec
Mr. Therm's 14 12 52—3n. ‘ tla * % Cocktail, Pony hisky, R Cornish Coast MOBILE & Dec. 20 Dee ;

52 , 2 . Jan
happy _ ND " PURLIC “SALES x Liqueur, Half Pint Glasses. x Broadway NAMA ae al Dec. 25 Dec a Ja on Teh.
because GRAPE JUICE—Alymer Grape Juice % % Bowl of Flowers + f 20 Dec. 4 Jan. § Jan.

in bottles. Apple Juice in Tins, also ke s Pretty Girl .
he makes Tomato Ketchups WM. FORD. 35, x % 2 retty Gir ; sacht For further information apply ROBERT THOM LTD. Phone 4238
everybody hapPy | Roebuck St. Dial S489 16.12.52—2m REAL ESTATE | We beg to inform our j > All the above at 1.32 eac =
you'll find him “HAMS—Cana only sitar! ees | Customers that our < a wn of the Guard
ee there’s| australian Pienics 6 to 8, Cooked Hams| ———————————_——_ % Stores will be closed S13 1.68 eachya: Sound tful sl *
Be Tins 2% to Tih W. M. FORD. Dial CAR-—Chev 7 ci 1 bel & on Saturday 27th | % - . restful sleep is v#tal for your health and ‘os it
, 25, Roebuck St 16.12.52—2n| seen at Waterworks Office > cats . ” } BSS Windjannuar ; so . . . . and prosperity
GAS COOKER eenae Offers received up 1 able | % December. | % | Be riowers 4 Secure one of our—
HAL LS’ WINE, 12 6 eac h, The Original 27th Garrod, Stafford House, ison. | > % 1 = The above at 2.16 each A
RR ee eg 1 in | ~~ | |\} IRON BEDSTEADS WITH
this wine and its powerful temic reuteanks | ates —~ - » i . l tem NG
tive ect. will be felt at once, it] LAND—2 Lots of land adjoining each | $ = incoln ie
OUR USUAL banishes that tired feeling. Good for| ot containing respectively 11,600] 9 ® | Old Curiosity Shop tier and give yourself the necessary luxury of sound, restful slee
Old Folks. Bruce Weatherhe sd, Limited, {square feet and 12,072 square feet situ-| 9} 3 sS The above at 2.40 each : ; » res sleep.
Agents for Halls' Wine lh 52-—3n, jated at Blue Waters Terrace Rockle %, | e - a ee tee.
(Made from the Pod} ——_—$—_—____—_ Apply s % | aga Metal Cash Boxes complete CENTRAL EMPORIU
INFLATED RU aoe TOYS—A _ nice COTTLE, CATFORD & CO ; 8 LIMITED st with key filled Ww ithe M
assortment in large sze Elephapts, 11,12.52—6n.) & 5 Toffee at 4/-, 6/6 & 9/- f & r
Camels Clowns. Rabbits and Doss Bn cin lieeceretetie emerson % Broad St. and Speightstown > ; . F-d © ‘
each, The Modern Dress move HOUSE-—Situated or the beac t . 6% | Be , >
4.12 | St. Lawren Apply to K. R. Hunte,| ¥ °LELLLOPPPPPEPEA LD SPAS PEP PCCSE SPOOF EA ee nm we 2 = ALSO GE
Telephone 8137 or 4611 s- ne gone gat a nip :
PYJAMAS—Little Boys’ Pyjamas —— | , ! 12.12.82—-t.f.1 WAN NE OETRININIAD BAPNZA "Sls. that family of children
ls 3 to 6 years. Well ade in fa herent - —— - = we have a beautiful 5-lt
colour cotton material, $2.16 The | The undersigned will offer for sale Xf # — ~ 4 Zound tir Toffee for 14/-
Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street. {their office No. 17 High Street, Bridge CHRIST) {AS EVE Sr n n of Toffee for 1
14.12 n. town, on Friday, the 19th day of De c IV

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is now ready be obtained from R. M. Jones & Co. |belonging, containing 2 acre roods, 23 | SA AND for 5/6 Certified P i j
Lid., White Park, Phone 4784 jperches or thereabout, si 1 at Hinds: | = 9/6. ertified Public Accountant (Ontario)
bury Road, Saint Michae I; A y % : .; 4 : ian
, SHOWCASES—Three mahogany Show-| "The dweilinghouse contains Verandah, | 3% OLD 'y EAR FESTIVITIES Call in and see this beau-j K. R. HUNTE BUILDING
A FACTORY cases. Can be seen at the Advocate|qrawing and d.ning rooms, sitting room, | 4 a) SPiitul display of Toffee for} c
Stationery, Broad Street, 3 bedrooms each with running water 4 lege yourself. rd Lower Broad Street,
28.11.52—1n | Garage, servants’ rooms ar d water mill. | Ss E :
PRY STREET cece Tnepection any day after 12 noon on | AT 2) SS spruce WEATHERHEAD & Barbados.
SPR SKIRTS Nylon permanent Pleated application on the premises iy am | ae bo T ; at
Skirts in Navy, Black, Grey, Green OTTLE, CATFORD & CO | a = = LTD oy emporary Phone 5077
White, Wine, Brown. Only $8.95 The 11.12,52—8n. | 3 2 3 ee: > ee
DIAL 4322 Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street tensa a (she Parbados Aquatic Club an | x Head of Broaq St. & 96.11.52—4n.
14.12 an RETREAT 3 y 3: s Ps BN
i , __ | wastinas ROAD. oppo: PN GRIN TE ORGS PRPS ON
SCALES—500Ib Platform Scales, sturdy] yiew Hote!, cont closec Local & Visiting Members Only = ———— enone
and durable. The General Agene Co..|two public rooms bed . . SS
ar safer ta sara a HERE’S A SLICE OF
2 . _—_—_—lC _ ye to § arate apart M4
With Christmas At Hand BKIRT HANGERS Combination skirt|cenYaup on 12.670 sq. tt nee oes 3 Ss wR A / STRENGTH |
Hangers that will hold about six items] pufiding land. | eal eee witt-be -served—between 7 and 9 p.m SS
on each hanger, like slips, skirts and| wat and electric light services. |age ge (December 24th and 31 Sy
LOOK T0 cn ech hanger, like stir, ete re bree ast servants rooms a * er 24th and FOR SCHOOL
Dress Shoppe, Broad Street Dial 8242 for arrangement to inspec Fr 4 PRICE $3.50 =
14.12. 52-—3n The undersigned wll offe the . Pak CHI
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1 t Campbells, He Alymet.J@t their office, 17 High Street, on | BAY MEN t CHRISTMAS EVE:
Vegetable, Vegetable Beef, Consomme |phursday, 18th December, 1952 | ae Fruit Cocktail =
—_—_—— Tomato, Chicken, Ox Tail and others. COTTLE, CATFORD & co. i ~ ctail
W. M. FORD, 35, Roebuck St. Dial 3489, Solicttors iG Consomme Julliene =
GRAND VALUES in New and 16.18. 08—2n _ = | re aon = '
renewed Vanities and Dressing re Talin Teleal nn Tartar Sauce a:
Tables, Wardrobes, Dresser-robes, SUBSCRIBE now to the Dally Telegraph, | seme mst iw aeaenees y's =
SIMMONS and other Bedsteads, England's leading Daily Newspaper now AUCTION | toast Turkey — Cranberry Sauce tert
Springs, Loaths, Marble Top and arriving in Barbados by Air only a few iz York Ham bd
other Washstands, Cradles, Beds. days after publication in London. Contact tt ‘ X’mas Jug J
TABLES for Dining, Fancy and Ian Gale c/o Advocate o., Lid. Local “By instructions of the Insurance Com SG Sa I aked ¥ =
Kitchen in several shapes and Representative. Tel. 3113. 34,4.0a-t.t.n, [pany, Twill selon Friday ith. at 2 savour sakec am
Sans: = a ge ln se a Md | p.m, ‘at General Motor, "Bus Co., Neis “y f Carrot Ring Ss
Cabinets for China, Bedroom an Dealt ? A a vs ‘ton, Ge ek hy Adie Lc R “
Kitchen, Liquor Cases $5.50, Wag- TINNED FRUIT—Frut Salad, Pears, | Street, 1952 Austin § rer ee oe a Plum Pudding Hard Sav s
gons, Larder Peaches, Apricots, Guavas and Grapes damaged in eASH. Vauxhall Fender } Ice Cream Wafers
- ' rire WM. FORD, 35, Roebuck St. Dial 3489, | months, Terms ©? au Haleins ame “Nuke bd
DRAWING ROOM SUITES and 16.12.52—2n Morr.s Bumper ; 5 McKENZIE talsins and ? §
eepasat pieces in Morris and ae oles a R, ARCHER Mon a Demi Tasse =
other sty Morris Spring and y > , Tank 5 ve 5
Springlike Cushions, Upright, Agog, c a Hassel eed, Phone een vanes . MEMBERS are asked kindly to make their reservations me: -!
Rocking and Arm Caned Chairs oa rity. 2. 52—2r sor 19 possible. a 6
in Mahogany and Birch ” an : Ly 14 18.6 nasi PEE TT OOOO A460 8S" : early as possible. Dial 44 de 3
ger SPLENDID PL Graro- ‘VOSENB"—Ends Dandruff and other CAKE SALE DANCING from 9 p.m. (December 24th and 31st) : }
$14 up, Banjos scalp complaints brings life and lus- | gs i MUSIC by Mr. C. Curwen and his Orchestra Sd {¢
and other Hald tre to the dullest hair, Price 4/6 bot. s ar Soot Waltz, for which Prizes will be give! f
$20 up Obtainable at KNIGHT'S aR ian x MANNING'S CORNER STORE E k Bs vo shoe wecmae: 4 R \
A ie 4 . ON " _— Statue Dance: Balloon Dance: also : oe oR ‘Ee to 1 SS i
i S WILSON WALLETS ~ For Ladies’ Gents and) % ~ a gyal a z holder of the Lucky Tick« S “a
'? . Children. A fine assortment of embossed | ¥, Prott an plain cakes, Conkies, : TTR ACTIVE 1 OON YECORATIONS sa: |
Wallets, many of them with lovely 12 preserves ete &% ATTR AC TIVE BALA R ir at 3 AT \ ‘
SPRY STREET, DIAL 4069 | gecar tions. A wonderful gift ran | (in aid of §, Stephen's Churet | o Ballroom 3 = }
$1.80 to 2.40. The Modern Dre $ 16 a3 §2-—2r % a j ¥ z
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“THINKING UP WAYS To GET
TWO BUCKS’ WORTH !

. Tall, well-built M. A. Skeete of while Austin secured a oi |
| the Combermere Second Division personal cost of 21 bow |
‘ If Ii MAT B A team joined the ranks of the few] Brancker took oe for 5 sot
wit ar J . any other}; ‘
| | ib (; ho have scored centuries before There was no play in an) : | petition
Go onours am ul on when he pulverised the] of the matches scheduled to play
ttac \ ga the score
By HARVEY. i Mn Wanderet bowling attack on Following aré
. x 5 em , - «|To the Editor, The Advocate— Ys ‘ le st ; :
CENTRAL C.C. deserve congratulations on th ir win in ~~ Se : nd Playjng st ee | bbe King SIR. I would like to apologige paturday pee ms: rgtieme Combermere vs. Wanderers |
id Shietdn ter: the bados Cricket Association com; ato de Bihe Se peat, Ne Play '© your readers for two errors, one |cemtury. His score - wtaaittenaal at Combermere E
true that they narrowly od being brackete vith ee € ff the Ladies’ Medal Play) i last Sunday's Advocate and the te SOEs RG Seer Combermere 57 and 224 for 7 tition
but in ar they could have lost. nship at the Rockley Golf other in the Advocate’ Christine i total of 123 (Skeets 3, Simmon Mr.' ompettio!
. “at team sj obtaining at this clut nd much of 7; mnipleting the 36-hole test Supplement. The first appeared on Despite this remarkable feat by a th 24. Mr. Glasgow 11; Patter over so
old spirit, | vinstullly a aie n tean tow in’ be total of 7 on mane a the Sport page of the Sunday | Skeete erate 7 t ers a four for 29, Challecombe twe , and win a real prize.
ton > Central grounds, ee , Une stroke Dack W Advocate under the ture of the | for a firet innings lead as Py aie” ker one for 45): i
Cart a magnificent second day effort went all on Elizabeth Vidmer who lead at the |) Mr. Ernie Proctor loadin 7 j ie only able to muster 57 runs | fer = one 132 cal 90 for four : Here's your Turkey, go right}
Wanders ht but they had lost too much grounc 1 salf y mark, while Mi Faye his horse with Mr. Henry Hart of n thelr first venture, to which Wande ere 32 en ae throu,
jerable first innings lead ta Wan- : t finish (Armstrong 39 »n.0o., : t ou.
first day and had yielded a considerable first i ngs f y Wi Atwell made it a ae fi a Trinidad. The horse in the picture Wanderers replied with 132. Seeneatiche 14: Lewis two for 27).| All the clues—it’s up to you.|
dere nly two strokes behind the win- |i. not Dainty Bess. It is the geld- . he pre- 7 7
. MENDABLE . an i . hic oe When play ended on the pl ’ Lease CLUES. 2
T istitutes wnt SFE Wet Coe feats in the cir- |"°" Consistent ont = Se Sree vious Saturday, Combermere had ae meen ; ee 1
wr! ov 3 reese acaiken te ink of Ubbale wits scosml scone , win ler en's iaheobade i iad Pp ’ rn scored 18 for the loss of one wicket te _ nd 70 (Ingram 16,! 1. A Merry Xmas with all =
COS SOF: G RenOGE Oy Maree " , Mrs ae Oe | DEES nidad. ea ie . . Continu-} Y.M.P.C. 52 anc ere : ser, Brighten up for it,
t ‘ . , sec is i “hris' S their second venture. Continu ’ : 1 15; Dou-| cheer, Brig i
tury before lunch. 5 rounds e consistent in spite of The second is in the Christmas | in P 7 ee ; ill 16, O. Edghill 15; Sa we £
: Skeete is tall and well built and what commends his performance ihe oo g weather. On Friday Supplement over the picture of | ing last Saturday, Skeete oe pe wee a for 9, Brookes 3 for 11 .| Because its mere, 92
more than anything else is that he made these runs when schoolboys he turned in a 43 and a 48, for Mr. Victor Chase leading in ‘his| not out pushed the \ cat tah end tis : ai e 22 and 81 (Estwick 27,! 9 Santa smiles within the globe,
hotild be ering from the great tension created since a win meant tal of 91 under sunny skies, On filly Mrs. Bear. The Caption over | a fast rate and a renee tal ae 10; Goddard five for 18, Doubtless dressed in his red
the champ ship of the competition, sunday her scores were 45 andthe picture reading “Outstanding team to declare with their tota: eared three for 21). robe,
~~ | shall endeavour. to bring every day a brief record of the} > for a total of 92 achieved un-. Horse of the Year,’ was really at 224 for the loss of seven wickets..| Austin 3. There they gaze at all the]..
' ’ are > to visit t Jest Indians next year oe eg uds that left the meant to go over a picture of| Other good contributions to this CO ac ‘ nere an a . er Len
yers who are due to visit the Wes Ind 7 oy drippi clouds that | ;, Great delight for girls
ae ease ; Z ; that fans will be familiar] eens like small lake it the Landmark and should have been } total were made by Simmons who S toys, ; wi
I k * n r is h Ps Vidmer was up and deleted. The caption over the ald Lealieated 32, Mr. Satin 26 and, He S Africans Save eevee t, they’ al
she treet a | ; ture whicl d appez hould | Giasg . : They come first, they’re al-
, 3 41 and a 48 on tut hich did ppear 8 Glasgow 11. a 4 : ’
The first of course will be the own ee oan 3 wer have read “Newly Imported Filly . q “ > ways good. 2
captain Vijay Hazare, bog Bae eat Sund - aad Wins.” Fs MOE Sore one ‘follow On: Me Glew Year after year, they really "I
Born March 3, 1915. Heigh | 2¢ ith a very fine 4% She’, With many thanks for spate pa OOK eT hieceee ae Bat Well should, ~
io ‘ yht ni in Viln a very ine oO * Yours truly, Ww or 36 and racker one "4 > , ms oe f
ee ee c asrour:. De, OF. he Mage es SBOOKIE”, | '1ou to win, Wanderers by close And Innes Ba ; 5. Christmas Gifts various and
band batsman with good phir gey green = tie but topped play had collected yu tor the : is Bs ha sc aagels wide, Tonics too, inspect 35.
Right arm medium fast bowler} just short of the cup | soss ot four wickets. J. Armstrong (From Our ; . and decide,
ond safe field Played against Sharing Honours , To the Editor, The Advocate— | scored 3¥ not out, Ramsay 1», neuer eins ie 6.° Plenty of music, you will
West Indies in India 1949 scor- Sharing the golfing Rana SIR,—I am_ begging space in| patterson 14 and Packer was the| 3ad light and rain imi on the agree,
if 534 in ten innings including; with Mrs. King over the week-|,, ur sports column to get an un- | olner not out batsman with 10 to to two and a half — so lb Choose for yourself and|3¢
Test centuries 134 not out]¢nd was Miss Atwell, who won) Gerctanding of this more than im-| pis credit. The match ended in “\ third day of the ep pran Aus-! don’t blame me.
i : as a ,| the President's Cup which was portant factor, that arises in near-| qraw with Wanderers gaining} the South Africans anc e Aus-; a ieee : ;
ind 122 Captain of Indian jayed over 36 holes under full ly evéry case of-an Umpire's un } ints for a first innings lead. | tralian eleven’ here today. But in I'wo thousand delights .for
pli + | ly every case P 3. un*! points ‘ s lee aliz ] Bee eee ; Cae
team to England this year. handicap. Her total of 185, just thankful task. | i The other match between! nat time the South Ateicace be the kids in store, a a tae
two strokes off in the Champion- Now first, I would like to refer ’.M.P.C. and Lodge at Beckles ting collapsed badly oot re a4 To keep them quiet g pus
{TLE Y YOU , 146 ¥ f re 142 runs be ‘e
LITTLE MAN YOU HAD hip event, was reduced to 5/to the W.1.-tour in England dur-| Roaq resulted in a win for the the close they were 142 See) them more
A BUSY NIGHT hen = ee - = ees jing 1950. ; We have heard ‘bats: | home team by 19 runs. ‘hone bing sian a first inning: | 8. Now that you travel here anc
ducted an Ms : : oT é a commentators saying that a 3a Ss- When lay ended on he first) wickets stand i Se he! there
UR London correspondent} ten strokes ahead of Mrs, King, | man was struck; but in his opinion | 44, Y MP.c, had already estab-; That they did not have to You need some comfort in]38.
writes to say that Percy| whose handicap is only 14. Mrs |he was weil down the line, and lished ‘points for a first innings | }ow on was due almost entirely to vhat you wear
: , rh Sha ABA Nesta Tempro, playing off -, |therc_ore he is adjudged not out. i y adore skittlead out thela second wicket partnership be-, what } re ;
Lewis Pena oe , handic of 22, was third at 157 Sir, I would like you to explain} /e2¢, | hav! . - a meagre 22 in|tween McGlew and Innes who’ 9. Here ’s a gift worth its weight
ew ray, gil Nar sine per oioagie Another vain by John |this down the line and not Cuts ik Pthet F frst innings total of | ut on 101 runs in two hours. Me~ in gold, 39
had one of the busiest nights of } Grace ho captured the Men’s| why? For the benefit of this large zepty On ps aod turn at the alow top scorer batted three and | For every person young and
his career last Wednesday Ow-] Beer M competition on Satur- | enthusiastic crowd that I am ex-| 62 : a MP C. had scored 24 for |a quarter hours for 74 which mt old
: . le ng . » we > c z iod’s will at sing- | wicket, Y.M.P.C. had § F , 10 4 S ' Pr —
V. HAZARE ing to a clash of fixtures he had a ae re at * "a8 “whieh raat ile’ Senco Seale the loss of one wicket at the close | cluded only two renee ber of the !®. Nothing to rust or break or
{ at two different places within the space of a When ho turned in @..78, aes . ; : eihakia te cf play, Resuming last Saturday,} “Innes youngest member of the | enend. 40
to fight at two differen ! . eye 5 st] With a handicap of 14, gave him |tour. I am quite sure tha a team play : sd the | side reached 50 for the first time i 7 Grin. “a. eat ms
couple of hour At Wembley he fought for Great Britain agains 1 net of 64 which no one could such as the Indians, Umpires are} the rernaining batsmen carried re side Be eo Comfort, work-saving, 2
Spain And after beating his opponent, Joachim Pineiro, on points even approach. The nearest one going to be faced with these inci-| score to 70. Chief scorers were gy home eS Kad. been:-sperted, good friend,
he was rushed across london by car to take part in an inter-club , ¢¥° Barry Osborne, who finished | dents and for the benefit of this Ingram 16, D. Edghill ae bee withite, fell for 21 to the 11. Holly and Bells bring Xmas
contest at Lime Grove baths. Here he had to meet. ¢ area are - econd with a net 73. dificult task, I am asking your bil 15. Bow! ng ~% Pha bas S:lbowling of Ren Archer, youlge: ner. ‘i.
the Epsom and Ewell club and I am happy Lo TeCtEg aA. LEWIS By her performance in the guidance. ALFRED GITTENS eam, Dougall 00 = Radin tocothes of Test player Ken Ar- Now and all through the
achieved his second points vietory of the evening. Ladies’ handicap Sapenion, deitis NE i ‘iD G ONS oe _ for 11 and \cher and lefthander meen | coming year,
Sa ee Miss Atwell reduced her handi-,White Park Road, two for 23, ee of swung the. new ball and!.. eis ’ a toe not a
niin pant bet eee Ml ey b bgt gy oi tk ean cine | salen Tae tent oe a fast and true|!? ie eee 42
. Nn’ ve! . sh " : > ve aile av 9 runs, | mé se, 2.
ry ot Read in the me n’s event brought his | Playing down the line means ti aie et mune wicket. ’ esi Gifts galore for all through
aze down from 14 to 11, playing forward with the front| only ¢ Pn. eins ove : 10 The follow-on was finally save the house
. The results foot placed in direct line with a Only Estwick 27 and See ee he Cheetham and Watkins in a = ,
Ladies’ Championship vall’ which the batsman feeis| reached double figures while the |) enth wicket stand of 41 and at/13. Melody rings by candlelight,
an ‘i (36 Holes) might move either way and beat) Y.M.P.C. pacemen Goddard ie cee gee the South Africans were Listen, enjoy it for a Xmas} 43,
For ur in et Gross H’ep. Net | piyp if he plays back. If he is struck | Austin ran through the side. aan 230 aac 7. bright.
Mrs. K. King 183 28 155 | while “playing down the line” he| card's figures were five for 18) 14. The go old days, so they
Mrs. E. Vid 184 24 160 Ut b truck far enough Ss |14. The good ol :
Â¥ ig Mrs. E. Vidmer 2 | will have been struck 2nOU a might be
Gordon Hazell, of Bristol, who Mi F. Atwell 185 40 145 a a »stablist = mig ; :
i e ft ‘ ae aoe + 3 | aoa Irom. the unckes to eatabiten For look through the window } 44.
stepped into the front rank of Mrs. D. Beasley 191 28 163\the necessary element of doubt 4 Pie . ee?
Wembley Scots | European middle-weights, with a Mrs, F. W. Smith 191 30 161 \ hat entitles. the umpire to give | | and what do you see?
~ f | points Zictor Bs J . eque : Mrs. W. McIntyre 197 28 169|him “Not Out.” bien 25 | el I 1.em er a 15.. nies oom a delightful for
| Hover-Grecy, French champion, 18) v5 Nn, "rempro .. 201 44 187 | SPORTS ED, Xmas Eve,
To Get New Lion | not solng . ee pastes a 4] Mrs. Vv. > a withdrew | Rich, in flavour you must]45.
\fight with andolph urpin for % ser NV | ‘s believe
Sir Thomas Innes of Learney,| at least another 12 months en i8 ie é hi 7 Fs you will probably need some . |e re ry far, so hur-
; , the gh re ga he Bowl. “I know Gordon's good,” says Gross H’ep. Net | rea c Ch ry and think
who: Bea org the Scottish n-|bis manager, Nat Seller, “but he] y Grace 78 14 64: , istmas. comes "whi ill order to
; cause a ad am- | bis ane ’ eh : J, Grace : 7 5 be re T1s Of what you will ¢
ing ere ni e on, a le not ready for Turpin yet.|h Osborne 88 15 73 Record of them fo At or ta. Heal, 46.
rank that the Scottish “Football | Time is on his side, and _per' R. Vidmer 18 oh TEI “1 41¢ 17. Favourites for Xmas, in dif-
Asmotetandcits Nabe x BOW crane jin another year or so we § E S. Toppin 92 18 74 PARIS, Dee, 15. 3 t. Glasses 26 & 48c. Cake Pans, set .. $1.16 PapaKt aed
“The present badge is not cor-|be thinking of challenging for] C, Bellamy 93 18 75| French sports reporter Jean + BY : f " he Three of the choicest, not
eee ares, the British title.” L. Maskell 84 8 176!Marie Audibert 45. broke the Patty Pans .. 47 & 6ie, 7 47.
rect,” Sir Thomas said. pe an : i a ws att) many more days.
“The association made their Hazell has won 23 of his 26/V. Hunte 98 22 76! world record of round the world| \ pt. Glasses 23, 29, 39c. 95e ’ :
own approach to me, The English | professional fights, and thas not} J. Rodger 81 4 17| travel by Commercial Airlines in| Pie Frames ...... 5c 18s Herwa 40 the antionen. -weok
Football Association has had ajbeen beaten since last March, | E, Benjamin 88 11 77) landing Monday at nearby Orly| Whisky. Glasses . girl and each boy,
proper erest designed by Garter) when he returned to the ring}/C. Thomas 95 18 77] Airfield four days, 22 hours and| Pony LISK } 16 & 33c, Sponge . Don’t sit and be muddled, ] 4g
King of Arms recently, and I ex- after a six months’ er en } a saute ‘ 7 9 4 25 minutes after he took off. Sports each ....14, 16 aac, Finger Pans 90c. fat > them a toy.
; ris! > as ever be knockec i. anning 9 ll 0) reporter for Marseilles newspaper
pect the Scots do not wish to He has never been n p ars $ pap’ : io : 2 Y Fst a a
lcok out of place when they play out, R, Norris 99 15 84) “Lee Provincial” he beat by 40 Bell Shaped Egg Whisks ...... $1.67 19. There’s Xmas tradition, we
England (Wembley—April, 1953). ch i ampienentn 2: “Discussions are at present tak-| Bristol's — otier eeey se Le . Bayley Picked up.| 1949 by American, Thomas Lam- MavEee? hy? Icing Sets... $2.14 & 4,8! A grand old custom, but} 49.
ing place on the design.”’ feces ie x ripen 4 of oe ee up.! pier. His route was Paris, Beirut, a make it dry.
: fees ee FO eNe File et Dent | + AEG ae sas icked up.| Lebanon, Karachi, Bangkok, Man- Fruit Juice Glasses, ec : taba doce thes ae bans
Register Arms | pire ’ = aetinaten (Liver- . ; ila, Honolulu, San Francisco, New each . 18 & 20c. Cake set .. 88c. & 1.19 20 Gigs fox the young, gifts for a
: Aa 001) a ristol, ¥ | York ¢ Pere ee Be RS eens? > a F é
Said Mr. William’ Allan, assis-| P Ratcliffe, now rated third, be- Jack Burke me ANG Pees ee Ricers, each ...... $1.22 Toys, games and tea-sets, all
tant S.P.A, Secretary: “We Mant {Bind Wally Thom and _ Peter uh | mA Ribbed Tumblers gy there to be sold,
the approach because we want | jo); on, as a contender for Cliff 7 Se. ; Flasks. : E : sia
to register the arms, The present Curvia's title, has nothing to gain W ins 10,000 12 & lie agponig $2.75 & $6.6: 21. Unique in its tread, the latest
‘ge will be superseded by the | PUrVISs Ute, bare | | ea, $1.64, $2.75 5 and. best.
badge wi abttbe, 7 jfrom this fight with Billington | a 7 l iY f It gives you the comfort,} 5!
new one. ee the | except his purse, ournamen i I SHOW Bulge Tumblers — Thermos Refills +f by nents the tees ’ >
“It has been in Peed na oeate His recent points victory over s : E 15 & 19¢. 96c $1 65 & $4.40 avs really .
ae was stormed) 70. years Jim Corcoran, at Cneerenes hack ao ghee ag ad at ea ey 22 smiling rosy face you wear,
ago. ‘ ae ras nimpressive, and when he vé surke © us » texas é - ® s s rate: D phate.
tre ia’ betenen 240 and’ #60, knocked out Bunty Adamson (Ires| Wan the $10,000 Miami Open Golt THE BARBADOS Orange Reamers Galvanised et yt ing tae ae
eee eeu, 86d "| Jand) at Harringway, he was be- tournament in a sudden-death | AQUATIC CLUB 32 & 46e. $2. Tee : ;
Oe eke kia ‘is also| hind on points play-off finish for the 1952 season, 22. Numerous and _ colourful,
Meantime, Sir Thomas is setae © of his friends —and his| He beat Dick Mayer of St. Peters- (Loeai & Visiing Members Only) mera a which will suit you?
having talks with the Bowlers Some is f : I Florida.—(C.P e \ -
Association about a new badge. critics—think his claims to be a] burg, da,—(C.P.) Through the courtesy of Any choice make, we'll do 53.
They have been told that they | title contender would be based on THE braiisH COUNCIL & C0) the job, too,
have been breaking the law for firmer ground if he wiped out tho if N, t there will be a Faun sHUW es ° +. The best of all values, and
more than half-a-century with | stains of defeats by Jackie B ad | Women Olympics 2? in the Baliroom on on you may go,
their 60-year-old design. jdock, Israel Boyle (twice) and WEUNESDAX, DRO. 17th 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street More power and space, as] 54.
Lion Symbol Giel de Roode, a, Women may have tneir ow: at 8.30 p.m. , ® you very well know.
Sir Thomas has pointed out that) —LES. | Olympic Games, This Ls ®
their badge is the arms of Dundas the suggestion by Mr. The programine includes . Style, — w ear and quality,
of Arniston and that only official ‘Avery Drundage, new Presi- Britisn News; Begmners ee plenty of ease, oe
persons ere are ns owe dreds of bobby-soxer fans of Fal-| dent of tne international Olympi Please (Physical ‘Lrain- olves i Crone and} 99.
of Scotland are entitled to use the] kirk Lions ice hockey team Committee. Mr. Brundage, an ing); London Terminus ai vou it will please.
lion symbol- They. are liable to the confisca- American, has been investigating (How a London Railway The Barbados Police : a
The ban affects the association's ; tion of sweaters and searves on | ways to reduce the size of thc Station is worked); River 6 Now let the French lanes
official nes ee: enon which mes have knitted their) G6), mpics, and one of his ideas is To Cross (Bridge Build- "cy 1 ee ar ze vate ‘tee aed is | 58
of lapel badges issued to mem-/ team's emblem. for women to have their own ing); How The Telephone | DRIVERS known very well,
bers, Said Mr, William Douglas “T don’t know how we st ind meeting, Another was for tne Works; Charlie At The D | known very well,
S.B.A. Secretary; “I have been| about the design on our jerseys, abolition of all team games. Thi Shoy Silent Movie of 97 re’ , i
to Edinburgh and talked things | saiq manager-coach George) ® ot y i. “on it ae z 2 _ a Movie < i 3 hould 27. Here’s a small problem easily
over with the Lord Lyon. Dis-| McNeil Sdmacaiiea either ta Ot Gasnada Sane: eee ea Den’t neglect your Mirror — it should tenes ‘ 57.
cussions about a new badge are But Sir Thomas’ said: “I have be Ace ed elthe | Be a : 2 de A tsvd ae sa hussy, a traveller, a
still _going- on. —But-take it from|not seen. the ice-hockey players’) Whole. But his Women’s Olympics Members are cordially always be a third eye peach, all in one.
there are quite a lot of others lion but if it is large and worn idea will cause much discussion invited 5
in the gue boat.” on the front of the jersey, they | Chief stumbling block is likely to 26. The height of good quality,
r 4, Bobby-Soxers ire almost certainly infringing) be one of finance. It would be a SSS. a Loftenca eee 7
y-" ntitled to} the rules.” difficult job to make such a tour- |) SSS S32 Softened with years, famed
na a acteiat are 2 3 ‘ —L.E.S. nament a paying proposition FTER Mi TH Marriage is like good mustard— for its kind.
spot Piety i ; ~ : ‘ ‘ ir eyes. ves ,

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1952



— Advocate Christmas Number

Competition



IN view of the fact that the verses forming the clues

in the Advocate Christmas Number Competition were noi

too clearly printed, to-day we repeat these clues in larger

more legible type for the benefit of those entering the com

This is only as a guide to help with the competition but
the entry forms appearing in the Barbados Advocate Christ-
mas Supplement must still be sent in with each set of





unswers in order to qualify competitors for entering the
There are still a few Xmas Supplements left
et yours now if you wish to enter the competition

30.. Santa indulges in all kinds of

sport,
But as a Bronco Buster he
might come to, nought,

. And now Time is fleeting, so

get on your way,

Craftmanship gives you much
pleasure to-day.

So charming, so helpful,
makes you feel glad,

There’s always variety,
good things to be had.

It's made for a. King, maybe
for a Queen, :

It’s royal, delicious, it’s here
to be ‘seen,

Remember the present you
8ive to the car,

It must have protection
earry you far,

Opportunity knocks, so open
the door,

You too be a winner, with
quality pure.

A real good spree, shake it
and turn it,

Xmas cheer, laugh, joke and
burn it.

Loads of
galore,

Shop in great comfort at thi
famous store,

Remember
the gods,

Don't forget it’s a winner
against all the odds,

Wonderful, magical, a quality
gift,
With two or with three, it
will give you a lift.
Here they come tumbling, all
in a line,

Though a bug in a rug may
be easy to find.

Here is the sportsman, timed
to the end,

By a marvel of workmanship,
a very fine friend,

Royal, majestic, many times
first,

You stand out distinctively,
and we have a thirst.

Lovely, sparkling, delightful
and bright,

Wonderful gifts, so fitting and
right.

From the banks and the braes
of the land of the Scot,

A perfect and marvellous gift
have we got.

he

and

to

variety, presents

it’s nectar fit for

Some Rich and some Pocr
feach the house of that
name,

There’s plenty to choose from,
for man and for dame.

Gifts for the ladi2s, the chil-
dren, the home,

You must pay a visit and buy
at least some.

She hands you the basket snd
bids you to take,
The good products

needed
for that Xmas cake.

Here's a list to assist you
with gifts of delight,
Your problems are over,

you'll sleep well to-night.
Nou’ll find reading and writ-

ing, and playing and art,
A collection of articles, won't

you please make a start?
Your feasting and cheering,
with Christmas complete, .

You have wines, rum, and
turkeys as well as the
sweets,

It’s new in Barbados, but else-

where very old,

The millions that buy it, by
them we are told,

Carpenters’ tool sets, trains for
the boys,

Dolls and dolls’ houses,
many more toys.

Now turn your attention to
things neat and bright,

Make your selection, folks, it
all will come right.

Here we have hidden values
and hidden clues too,

Yes, and even a Queen, who
will give them to you.
We turn now to history, just

study this page,
It’s new and dependable, a
thing of this age.

and

» You will find these delicious,

tempting and sweet,
There’s nothing to beat them
in Quality Street.

You must search for the best,
you must look for the shop,
Go straight down the broad-
way, quite near to the top.

» We're nearing the end, we're

now outward bound,

These will suit every taste
that there is to be found,
And this is the last clue, so

we take a bow,
We pray you don’t fail to
win the prize Now.



BARBADOS BOYS & GIRLS
CLUBS



Draw for the Annual Raffle

Prizes

will take piace at the PLAZA THEATRE, Bridgetown
(by kind Permission of the Management)
at

& p.m. on Monday 22nd December

1952

Raffle Ticket Holders will be admitted Free on Presen-
tation of their Tickets at the door, to witness the Draw,
and the Film that follows.





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ESTABLISHED 1895



PERSIA WILL GO
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MR. ACHESON

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ISSUES

WARNING TO BRITAIN |

Mossadegh Must Find
Means ‘To Save Country

PARIS, Dec. 15.

Jnited States Secretary of State, Dean Acheson

warned British Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden on Mon- |

day that unless a solution is found quickly to the Persian |
situation, Persia may fall ta Communism.

Highly authoritative quarters said Acheson in a 55 |

minute meeting with Eden between sessions of the NATO
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MAJESTIC AND SYLVIA

BELOW is “Majestic”. a new taunch built at Mr. W'vam
Forde’s Shipyard, Bay Street, for Messrs. DaCeata & Co ta..,
was launched yesterday afterno Mr. Forde & five uths

to build “Majestic.”

She is powered by a Diesel errine and has a seating
capacity fer 40 passengers. She srings the DaCosta fleet of
launches to four, Others are Troan, Titan atid Valiant.
SYLVIA (right) was the last of » four Calvert fishing boats
to be launched at the Reef Be; yesterday. She is owned
by L. Hope of St. James.

His Excellency the Acting Guvernor

and Mrs. Turner were

present at the beach earlier in the morning to watch the
jJaunching of the first fishing boat, Gainea Pig, owned by
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lem. at waterline with 10 ft., six inches
These: aupries aed Ac eee | beam and draft five ft., six inches, |
told’ Eden frankly that the ‘ited | j She will oe powered by a Diesel |
old | yt t “ }engine and has a se ating capacity
States is considering purely a B Of I : ss |
unilateral approach to f lier ey unis wae peers n
Mollammed Maasadech ti fies ep is the first launch to be);
ther effort to break the o . A T |built locally for DaCosta & Co., |
lack ee ae aead~ grees oO Cw | Ltd. and also the first to be launch- | LOND Nan i
Sai ; i 4 }ed at Mr. Forde’s Bay Street ship- bed p sn . 2 I is Dec. 15
A son according to American | l R { |yard. Mr. Forde has already built Australian Prime Minister, Robert G. Menzies, is ex-
quarters was convinced altho IL rls 7 ‘ , r ee a
ha oie ‘dene eich? , " ae oca erorms a Se P pee —Carib. and pected to make the first approach to the United States for
_ ¢ « + whic wi > 1 & ‘eVisi p ‘y ~ acific ‘ tte
member that the Persian situ- | Hardwood Altey sipwa Mor eon ss vision of ANZUS Pacific Defence Pact to include Britain.
ation is one major problem which} o,. p / wan NIS, Dec. 15. lis the fourth launch owned by| lhis was strongly hinted on Monday by officials here in
should and must be dealt with|, e Bey of Tunis today agreed | DaCosfa’s. M answer to questions concerning a brief announcement
immediately. In contrast to the|12 4 Conversation with French The others are Trojan, Tit | >
British view that because of «| Resident General Jean de Haute- | yates Trojan and Tita: me from Prime Minister Winston Churchill’s office on Sunday
good harvest in Persia, the Mossa- | S@c@ue to support two of the! built ing a abt eae ne that the situation in the Pacific had been discussed with
a Jecrees introdu Se it I uult in England between 1928 and
degh Government not danger-| ,oc6q refor: eae rence Pro- | 1930 while Valiant was built in Australian and New Zealand Prime Ministers
ously weak, the U.S. attitude is! The B orms i the protectorate. | Trinidad and later bought by Da- ,
that the Tudeh or pro-Communist he Bey gave his consent in an | Costa's. The announcement said the
party strength has been growing dout G son a ae. French Resi-| ~ Mr. Trevor Bowring, a Director eee had reached ‘complete Mr. Adams Goes
in recent months and that unless}tq the Palace ; pote ae ee | of Messrs. DaCosta & Co., Litd., told hor oe oe regard to cer- :
Mossadegh can find some face- ace e Kel Y ithe Advocate that the towing of ain undamenta propositions at
saving way out of the oil impasse, roe and troops and telephone iighters made it necessary for the . ‘oii Which will in due course be the To Canada
Tudeh may easily come to power. | pj, Oa zane Cur. |firm to have an additional launch. é subject of friendly discussions I o ; ;
Acheson 43 uhderatood toe huve FE ae ; o decree deal entirely Formerly, when a launch was with the United States. iFror i Own Correspondent)
ee : iA . vith local and municipal reforms. | ‘ “ oe . LONDON, Dec. 15.
stressed to Eden that such devel-| Neo Dest the N ~ docked they had to hire one from ' Asked whether tl ! (
Soimenk wend. poate al ovaiey foes ae he ees Party lanokhes Arvin: e “8 Ms 1ethe Lis imp ied that Mr. rrantley Adams left London
crisia for the | ‘West : vould | ar eee ay o meas to this | Earlier in the day four Calvert ‘io i ” pga ui would seek talks with today for Canada on his way to
ear eee : part of 1e reform plan though it fishing boats were 1: shed at the t ited States concerning re Barbados after attending the Com-
confront the We fying | rejected the le ee a : shing boats were launched at the f ANZUS ; :
prospects throughc do len. ie plan as a whole.) Reef Beach. They are part of the ' eer “US an official said, monwealth conference in London
Ae ‘- | Sources close to the Bey’s Palace fleet which was constructed at the “on the face of it, it would appear Hoe expects t ive in Barbados
East, said there was no mention of de-| os) Mae oe ee etructed: at the that Australia and New Zealand. moneda te Mt Barbado
New Plan | posing the Bay rior Omi dics grounds of the Fisheries Experi- , ga. Share Ee oa oY ave ay pyon, Thursday
Sr aa ea ‘ ; OF OF AUS BDCICA= mental Station: e ‘ as members of the pact might@ tn London Mr. Adams has been
Acheson was reported to have| tion or the removal of any of his ° ‘ D first make such approach,” ! .
a new plan for Eden’s consider- | close advisers, e ruman e Ca es a ° i uaving talks with Sir Alfred
ation. It was submitted to the | De Hauteclocque calleq on the} : roceries n Controvers , avage and Mr. Lyttelton on mat-
British Foreign Office last week|Bey to abandon delaying tactics ll T $e ‘ ft 2 y | ers relating to the colony's affairs.
by Acheson’s policy planning ex-|on the French reform plan. The unisian : oe ° T ( : = d fia Ania ‘ut PERS In Montreal he will have in-
pert, Paul Nitze. Nine days ago| French say he has been finding ° ew mee n 00 upp. y fe ve | he Pacific tout oe aes formal discussions with the West
ie United States State Depart-|pretexts to avéiG putting his seal T r * r t fence oot acific signed Oy ae Indies Trade Commissioner for
ment announced that any Ameri-| to the decrees—the final formal- errorists Groceries of all types are in tralia New Zealand and the United foanada
can oil company which wanted | ity without which they cannot be- é WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. plentiful supply, Mr, F, BE. God- ses co — _ aie of Tot
; a ail . » law i > . . ‘ : ’ vr Seaeoe controversy in C rC ‘s govern-
Buy oa erate epwande1 Aare Relanre Pos. depeny a Killed President Truman speaking at ceremonies dedicating} dard of Johnson & Redman told|ment since it wae ratilnt tect
have eer eras on OES after an inbanuiver that the Bey a permanent new shrine for the three great documents of] ‘h¢ Advocate yesterday. He said April, Churehill has valved strane QUEEN WILL SEE FLIGHT
quences, ; , had also agreed to promulgate cer- | TUNIS, Dec. 15. U.S. heritage of freedom—the declaration of Independence; be Wit harap took Neo macienll objections to Britain's exclusion : : i
Eden was consulted before this} tain Se jaws. Tunisian Pre-| Eleven Tunisian terrorists were} the Constitution and the Bill of Rights—said that North} They are of excellent quality and| oem, Me pact even as observer Y Oe cack ae oo
United States decision was an-|™ier Salah Eddine Baccouche was | killed and one wounded and cap: Americans will “destroy the very thing they are strug-lare at cheaper prices than last|“Mch apparently was the result] |The Queen will watch the Duke
nounced, He told Commons that j Present at the interview. tured in a miniature desert war Gicke” ai . = ee ; pes oe “lot the United States argument that | 0f Edinburgh make his first salo
the legal risk for any Americar rs with camel riding Sahara troopers, gling “ preserve if the hysterical fear of Communism Pri range from $1,10 to $1.20 the British Mission would be a] light which is expected to take
tanker which chose to break the j} according to official reports. drives them into “suppressing liberty at home”. iat te ¥ O H+ precedent for admitting France, | Place December 27 near Sandring-
; ; : per pound, but many of the legs A ’ } iis . > he
British “blockade” of Persian oil | BRITAIN CLOSING es : Holland and the Philipp ham, where the Royal Family will
: Z The ‘uaa bell avge| The cere ure between 16 and 18 pounds ' a +PHine ‘ acta \p
would | considerable. | aes . The Tunisians, part of a large The ceremonies attended by} . Siweon I , he ending Christma (C.P.)
‘Eden 1 nd. Aches a are having DOWN CONSULATE Scale organized “Commando” re=| Chief Justice Fred M Vinson and | $580 somewhat heavier than usual, British officials do not cousider |-—
another luncheon meeting on LONDON, Dec. 15 bellion in the southern wasteland,| other dignitaries took place in . There are also some Canadian} (j);) argument adequate because |
Mobsday: The 1 question will be Srttein | is closing cromrak ‘its | Streamed across the border from|the National Archives building SNATCHED picnic hams on the market. These| neither France nor Holland ha
raised by Acheson, British in-|Consulate in Tientsin leaving ait Tripoli er dene err | | baie | from _now on _ priceless A Z val: 4 y at aoe ae , but are also dependencies in the Pacific which
rmants d, since » United | Consulate Shanghai |morning to carry out one of the/ documents will be displayed to- lite te ie eel kit oF excelent quality, ave entere 1 vant
ao m ant ce the t ni 5 : yea a ate in , Sh anghai and @|+aids that harassed French border| gether for the first time in a An unidentified man snatch rhere is a good supply of dried h ave entered into any such ty .
Stat« akes much graver view} Legation in Peiping as the only by Pap ood te z - . é ed a wallet containing $580 fruit ¢ relation with the United State .
of the ituation developing in|diplomatic @itposts in Communist outposts, for many months. Ore proof, bomb proof repository, from a woman on Whitehall a a br . ere bakers, sultanas ! 69 ¢\4] believe in fact that Au Shopping Days
ig . a . . | designe ; tec > " ‘. ‘ . . ror ustr < é « § ‘ s
Persia tt n the British China it was announced on The rebels were sighted by aja % a the Road, St. Michael, on Decem- a re ue oes currarite oe tralla and New Zealand have ~
The United States is eonperyee Monday. _ ; |jeepload of French police who) yyy. Pruman said’ eal th identa ber 13, The woman was hit Africa ie ‘\walked into a trap whieh they b . XY
by the increasing strength of ue |__ The Foreign Office said that the| started from Bengardane on On shuren vr Lerty.whiol thors 4 Lae with an iron stake when she Liquor stocks are ai I plentij-| ave disliked from the moment eyore Amas
Tudeh party. It feels that the) Tientsin Consulate is being closed] early morning hunting party. They | miones, beemkek Reed eS ee struggled with him. | (il aeith, many. co USUAL Did Rule | thou saw it as such-U P,
Persian government is nearing the|down in line with the general|radioed for reinforcements. Native | ments present are now in dan~ Edna Smith of Whitehall || 4 4 many types of brandy, an
bottom economically because’ of {policy of discontinuing Consular | cavalry on Arab ponies and a com-| ®°! from without by “Communist told the police yestorday that || Y))°: Sherry and liqueurs, ot Vip ae eX Tepe eee ee Welt new aT
the legal blockade set up by the! services because there are so few pany of tough dromedary riders | | tyranny and from within by while she was walking along | te oe ‘supply hag improved |t
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company to| British nationals now in China were sent from nearby posts andl those who would suppre free- Whitehall Road at about 11 suf ‘ a ntly for everyone to be ade- inilietucta
prevent Persia fron Ning its; 540 in all with about 400 of them|the three groups encircled the dom of speech and thought in the pm. on December 13, a man quately supplied, and there are
nationalized oi) U.P. in Shanghai. —UP. jrebels in bleak sand oe name of fighting Communism. attacked her and snatched a tat dora ree er ee — R A L E | 6 H : N D U 5 T R { E 5
ie , Those who want government to wallet containing $580 from ind. flour,
regulate matters of the mind and her. It was too dark for her Mr. Goddard said that grocers
e e C I d a (ee 7 ie men who $e) 8 to see the man. She was hit are ee and waiting for the Aerial view of the 40-acre
i 7 a4 : urfe m ifraid o' eing murdered that with an iron stake when she rush which is expected this week.
risonel ~~ Mutin : om pose } they commit suicide to avoid as- held on to the man. He added that housewives would Plant at Nottingham, England
} sassination, be wise Lo place their orders early.
* Al U.S. Station This is especially t nad
. Mr, Truman acknowledged } ; ty: bread : ‘o with regard
2 nf. that ‘there are dangers in reli- TROOPS PRACTISE. ie, ee
n on am hey ah | In Trinidad gious freedom and freedom of
ae g Gareth’ “Otte iii eae bane naa opinion” and also that “alarm is | FOR CORONATION | U.N. Receiv > |
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 15. | Justified.” | Veracca eee le | e6 '
i is aa i ie | All enlisted men of the United But he said it is one thing to A Troops of the Queen's Palace | | Chin pole Re |
8&2 KILLED . 120 WOUNDED |States naval station at Chaguara-|>e alarmed and another to be- apa marched eae Buc Be ese ejection |
Fore er tee ened : ee cic) come hysterical for “hysteria | Palace at daybreak staging anoth UN
P ainae a eee ae Ra gc impels people to destroy the very |¢r dry run of the Coronation pro- UNITED NATIONS, New oo
USAN, KOREA, Dec, 15 ‘ be tf : ss °"| thing they are struggling to pre-| cession. ec, 15
REA ES 2 * REZ a 1. we ae 8 ‘ Communist C é fe. |
UNITED <& ES and South Korean guards killed 09) oo side hart Jub serve.” “To deny these rights (of Detectives also mingled with the the India ie ‘si ong a Teens ot}
Communi liz tern sai J . = 9 ; This followed a city night « free speech and worship) is worse | congregation at Westminster | by the U ened plan adopted |
mmu civilian internees and wounded 120 others in| incident the previous night when| than dangerous; it is absolutely | Abbey to prevent anyone making Ronan wes tectonic, panos ia |
nashing a mutinous demonstration on Pongam Island|a number of celebrating service- fatal to liberty. “For us to em-ja threatening move ‘toward the qustien tg toda gs if ra reas |
; : , mar ie A, at PADeE 2 4 we f oda t 3 2g
yesterday according to United Nations prisoner of war|men who accused a local Chines¢} race methods and morals of | Coronation stone.--(CP) said si ig UP.
command, The death. toll was the highest ever suffered |" of being a Korean, damaged} Communism in order to ‘defeat.| —U.P.
Dy prisoners la a5 I > {the club’s furniture. Communist aggression would be \
eeara nhiad i caine ty With Ages guards at United Na- There were remarks about the}, moral disaster worse than any ® >
i ne believed that hate | Korean conflict and then the de-| physical catastrophe.” a istan
moitration.. 4 Ae aa olen |mand by servicemen that the al-| “If that should come to pass
en etek. Set eres se ° leged Korean be put out. Officers|then the Constitution and the
r ¢ breakout W US. | >
i ‘a ie Soutl on ge oldiers vo Gold Miners unaffected by the curfew believed | Declaration would be utterly dead e
2 ; teed ; it w ‘firs osec the| and what we are doing today
ere injured by rocks hurled at : it was the first imposed at the) and
them by Red int. Pn es \ Ko clan. Believed Dead jstation since the end of world war.| would be the gloomiest burial in
bered Bi pa ; eep terrace If ‘the history of the world.”--U.P
; See as MANILA, Philippines, Dec. 15, |
Many of the rioters were} ” sie ba ppines, Dec. 15, | 2AC
former inmates of Koje Island’: Fifty-five gold miners were 2 = PAKISTAN pl one pt FS eRA, Dec 38...
infamous compound 62 where, Presumed killed when a 400 foot Bert and R ell AIS planes attacked hostile tribesmen along | ’
olganized violence exploded last| deep tunnel caved in at the Unit- r. jvusse the Afghanistan frontier last week and inflicted “some”
February ot in which 75 €4 Paracale mines in Norte pro- Ma Z » casualties it was announced last night. ‘Afridi tribesmen |
prisoners and one North Ameri- ice. It would take the rescuer rries 4th Time whose pay for keeping the peace hac 5 ad | i ses can gi
can sbidter ve killed, and 139 Gays to reach the men,—(C.P.) . tet ys I peace had been stopped, raided | Only Raleigh resources give
al ; i oe ae communications in the Khyber and Kohat passes on the | you the QUALITY — RELIABILITY
ris 5 | : ot ieee frontier, Government said i
uprising took sl c at Fi ght - yes - 0 1 SC ner ; - } — RA —d
__ Yest iprisi ook | lace | . k 1° 2 gh yey ar old _ Philos »p er oe Vilinieey’ régiatel tne. sottsee| STRENGTH —and FINISH, which
at camp one on Pongam rtwous Sit 3ertrand Russell, Nobel Prize w Rees eae distinguishes all Raleigh models
a small windswept teeply ner, took as his fourth wife tox I I nd: Si ll nd asked for help, Pakistan Air ma es ete & :
terraced land west of Koje.| MOSCOW, Dec. 15. Miss Edith Finch, American, who sia 8x li ns rg. eat ararene Bs ran | The bicycle you are proud to own,
Some 3,600 of the camps’ popu- The official Communist news until frecently was Professor of . . Cre Me Senay SE none aster |
lation of 9000 internees took part} per, Pravda, warned Russian a i English at a College in Pennsyl- Radioactive ae a haha iy 1 ee stile |
in the mutiny which broke outi zens t y had beiter keep a vania alies were inflicted on hostile | "
HS: tas caratad mae a Bite 3 elements which then dispersed
sae oy * ae Bo e watch on the spending hab-| Miss Finch becomes Countess “ PERTH, Dec, 15. | the communique said. “As a fur-
to aE ee : its of thew close relatives, and tel! Russell as her bridegroom is the}. dinister for Air and 3 Navy } ther punitive measure the House
we re | Government if they start living| third Earl Russell in the British Willi im Mc Mahon said on Sunday ;of Wali Khan an Afridi tribal
beyond their means. This is a} peerage, though he does not use ait ces Bello eens are |leader was burned”.—U.P.
serious sin against society, saidi his title. sul dangerously radioactive and |
A CORRECTION the newspaper.—(C.P.) BERTRAND RUSSELB —u.p. |would remain so for some time. | THE ALL-STEEL BIC VCLE
| He warned that a jail penalty | 4 x oy
Ww e regret that due to an would be attached to any un- } ‘OZ Ll
oversight an advertisement o * r ~ ‘ jauthorized person sailing into the . Barbados’ Leading Department
appeared in the “Sunday } 5 | a . area LON ‘ Store Sells Them
JONDON, Dec. 15
Advocate’ of December 14th | This el oO ew Os . “2 sight . a {
stating that the sale of tick- eee eks after pie tomic | | Landone as f on - be peo etn ” CAVE, SHEPHERD & CO.
ts for the Annual Raffle of 3 i - blast on October 3, radioaction is o-day instead of ¢ ping |
the , cee ae Boys and | VICTORIA, Dec. 15 | to board the transport liner, of hard work but if we ant the | intense and ¢ igerou The five-day s which smoth-} wats LTD.
‘iris’ Clubs h tén more | Former Fisherie Minister| President Cleveland sz x for Japanese to co-oper ith us}to anyone r pecjal jered the city last week wa u Look for this Mark ‘ ni .
poi sf UW aE is incor- R. W. Mayhew left Monday | the Orient December 20. They! we have got to show interest in|clothing and equ nt used by |ceeded by a wm that left | on the cycle you buy. 12-13, Broad Street .
nee nee n the first'leg of his trip to take} hz been scheduled to leave on their problems.” Mayhew said | the service tear Even those | Streets cover th snow and ice] Only haan wae
re a » Shale of Tickets for up his new post as Canadian Si ay but were forced to post- the fact that his son died in the | with this equipment could rema slush j oe
7. Se Ambassador to Japan. Mayhew; pone their departure one day Pacific Theatre during World|in certair rts of area onl Ice covered streets and track?} Te eer aan TTS
, 2 1 ed
the above Raffle « ie = aY his wife sailed for Seattle; when Victoria Seattle Ferry War II would not influence him | for hort period ind iced overhead power lines, | WO CYCLE IS COMPLETE WITHOUT A STURMEY-ARCHER 3- OR 4-SPEED GEAR AND DYNoH
Saturday, December 13th. Washington where they will) suffered engine trouble. — ‘ in his dutie ; | lowed automobile, subway bus! ree
t y train to San Francisco, He said “it’s going to be a lot —U.P. i —U.P. (and trolley bus ser wth. —————————————— ,














Y)ECEMBER 16, 1952
—* BARBADOS ADVOCATE fUHSDAY, |
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ot day for eatehing up with iatters set song. (5) ie ; hould Zetter the Gift.
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against conscience. Mixed day & Bathe colioquially. (3) count , ; " a ee,
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Mr. J. C. HAMMOND

To Form Personality \°.:.. non

Harrison Col-

Headmaster of

lege in a lecture to the Elementary Teachers’ Association
on Saturday pointed out that “for our education to be

healthy and fruitful we m

academic training, character

ust keep a balance between”

r building and technical train-

ing and “not allow any one thread to dominate the others.”
Mr. Hammond also called attention to the danger in
“treating the child as a pawn on a chequer board to be

moved as his elders think

fit, neglecting that individual

personality which is his inalienable right.”

Mr. Hammond said:—
Tt is a great pleasure to be
here today, and I am _ deeply

conscious of the compliment you

have paid to me in inviting me,
and glad to be able to identify
myself in this manner with
another branch of the profession
to which I belong.

I do not know that I am prop-
erly competent to address you.
I have had a limited experience
of teaching the age groups with
which you deal, but no experi-
ence to match that of any of you
except your latest recruits. You
must bear with me therefore if

some of the things I say seem to
you incoherent or just. plain
stupid. I have had comparative-
ly little time to prepare this
address, and it consists of a
of thoughts and observa-
tions which may seem inconse-
quential and whose only unity
is that they seem to me con-
nected with our professional
problems,

Major Difficulty

Our major difficulty
seems to me to be that no two
persons are agreed as to what
education really means or
should be. We have the learned
who give us classical derivations
and seem to imagine that they
have decided everything by
finding a root origin. We have
the materialist who wants to fit
the child for a particular job
and who jeers cynically at the
who insists on regard-
him as a_ christian soul
rather than as a peculiar type
of machine. We have the propa-
gandist who wants to recruit his

always



lown type of flag-wavers and
|slogan criers and who thinks
the only useful purpose of you
and I is to preach his particu-
lar ‘-ism’, In short we are
plagued with a multitude of
these troublesome souls who
love to abstract their own little

plum from the pie of reality and
see only their own little patch
of the patch-work quilt,

Three Aspects

They tell us that the
man or a community
aspects, the religious, the politi-
eal and the economic, and that
most of our troubles comes from
the attempt of these three each
to enlarge its sphere and dom-
inate the others. The medieval
world was primariky religious,
the Renaissance Era primarily
political, and this age in which
we live is primarily economic.
The educational systems have
tended to follow the pattern of
their age. The first schools were
monastic, men were educated to
be priests; the Tudor, Stuart
Hanoverian schools were
more secular and men were edu-~
eated to be gentlemen, now we
have reached an age when men
are to be educated to be
machines. Each age had much
of value and each is reflected in
of edu-

life
has

of a
three

our present conception

eational purpose, We want to
train our children to be chris-
tian gentlemen and we want

also to fit them to earn @ useful
living. So much 1s trite and
hackneyed and no more than a
pious platitude—what I am sy.
ing to say !s that we shoulc
examine where the threads that
make up our educational con-
cept derive, and then attempt to

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To

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particularise ratl
about differe
which play their part
modern notions of the purpo
of education, | would like
to cast your mind back to
last century Most men wert
then convinced that they had
found in e@ducated democracy
the panacea for all social ills
All citizens, they thought, could
be taught to reason intelligently,
and then by the simple math-
ematical process of manhood
suffrage the greatest good otf
the greatest number would be
achieved. We know now how
optimistic they were, how a
little education has smoothed
the path of irresponsible propa-
ganda, and how a child needs
more than the elements. of
knowledge to be a worthy mem-
ber of society. We have reacted
to our disappointment in a
variety of ways; some of us
press for higher educational
standards for all, in the hope
that last century’s doctrine was
really true, but its essential min-

ier more
impulses
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imum put too low. Some of us
press for greater emphasis on
character training, and less on
academic abilities; and some of
us would like to define educa-
tion as training for some partic-
ular post, which for the vast
majority of our children must
mean training in manual skill
Fach school of thought has its

»wn particular problem to solve

Those who believe in higher
educational standard have to
face the cost and the time
required. Those who believe in



character training have to find a
satisfactory yard-stick of assess-
ment as well % a fruitful
method; and those who believe
in training alone have to still
the prickings of conscience at So
gross an interference with indi-

vidual rights and human dignity.
Those of you who have read Mr.

Aldous Huxley’s ‘Brave New
World’ will appreciate what J
mean, for it is the most scathing

satire on those who set out to fit
the pattern of a society for the
particular economic purposes it
rulers consider to be most desir-
able. You will remember that
only the ‘Alphas’ were allowed
full intellectual development and
the ‘Epsilons’ were kept by
drugs to a_ standard of near
imbecility, that they should
perform their menial tasks will-
ingly and without rancour, The
modern educational planner coes
not live in ‘Brave New World’,
and I am as conscious as all of
you must be that many children
are unfitted for certain type: of
training; but all the same I can-
wot avoid an instinctive distrust
of all these very logical schemes
for giving children aptitude tests

so

and then dispatching them here
or there to become 4 little this
or a little that. Let us vlan a
garden or let us plan a faciory,
let us even plan a revenue, much
‘es we hate the process, but let
us not try to vlan a child.

If you have followed me so far,
you will realise that I am not
advocating any of these rival
views. I do not believe that to

give all children higher education
will produce paradise; I do not
know the infallible way to train

BARBADOS

select

yar-

AN)

their

value, it is keep a

alance betweer the and 1

avoid unqualified enthusiasm for
any one

Solutions





pause f 2% moment and
exar the olutions of | these
thre hools of thought they
urge them upon today in Bar-
bado The first gr which be-
lieves in higher education wants
to provide free Secondary School
for all and greatly increase the
Government Scholarships to Uni-
versities. Their major problem as
I said, is the bill. Schoolmasters
are badly paid all over the world
—you know that—because in this
»conomic age their economic value
cannot be readily assessed, and
their cost is a direct charge on
Government, which cannot be
passed nthe consumer except
through taxation, Compared with
many territories the schoolmaster
here i well paid The cost of
building econdary chools and
the recurrent cost of staffing them
would enormously increase .the
ilready la educational vote and
vould ‘limit other desirable social
developments, and perhaps retard
the improvements the other

branches of education sorely need
Please do not misunderstand me,
I do not mean of ‘itself to oppose
an increase in academic secondary

education, but, if it takes place,
the bill must be met. We know
our island resources are limited,
and like those who chose Abbott
Samson in the twelfth century
‘of two good things, the better
should be chosen’

Furthermore I am of opinion

that much of the emotional desire
for increasing secondary academic
education springs directly from
fairly recent history and contains
certain misconceptions, Until re-
cently, high grade secondary edu-
cation tended, though not quite
*xclusively, to be restricted to a
certain economic class, This class
sufficient wealth to be able to
invest in the future capacity of
its sons t could afford not only
to pay the expenses of their fur-
ther education, but also to delay
the time at which they would be-
gin earning, and so contributing
to the family budget. The result
to perpetuate in the next
generation, the financial distine-
tions of the last This happened
everywhere in England, and Am-
erica as well as in Barbados. A
few boy of great ability won
scholarships you think of
several—and fitted themselves for
more highly paid posts; but, by
end large, the only candidates for
the better paid positions were
drawn from that limited class
that could afford higher education
for its children. No others were
qualified.





can

Government Aid
Today this has been altered by
the great increase in government
ubsidy to education, by the wide

grants of scholarships and ‘in
England by the abolition of fees
t the majority of secondary
schools. Unfortunately the social

change has not been properly un-
derstood. Those who are given
higher education have been in-
creased out of all proportion to
the inerease in the coveted posts
When the numbers educated to,
let us say Higher Certificate Level
vere limited, there was an excel-
lent chance that all of them would

find congenial and remunerative
jobs; but it was not their educa-
tion alone, but the limitation in
competition which ensured that

The public has been too ready to



assume that the secondary school
is of itself the passport to afflu-
ence, and so ambitious parents
make sacrifices for their children,
and both parent and child feel
aggrieved if the investment does
not pay the high dividend they
have falsely assumed it must. That
is why \ are developing so many



young men who feel frustrated,













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that why we suffer from ex-
ur tis, the 1gerous delusion
that 1 secondary school exists
only to help embers secure
scray f paper a qualification
fort 1) salaries, and that is why
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figures for]

our secondary schools have risen

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be valuable when it



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an only

is appreciated that there is severe

competition

presence at a school does not €
title him to a better job than tl
of his neighbour

Character Training

and that a boy’s mere

mNn=
rat

This brings me naturally to the

second
rightly

school
eritical

of thought,

of the disease

which

of

examinitis, seeks to build citizens
by the training of character and

to deprecate the
phasis that has
merely academic
of us

unhealthy
been placed
attainment.

em-

on

All

would agree that no school

should be judged on its academic

attainment alone, and that its te
and discipline is of great impo
ance.
brilliant boy who has no sense
social responsibilty and
work at school and afterwards
only directed for his own ¢
vangement, But the proponents
thigg school have always been
littl® vague as to their

one
rt-

Everyone can point to the



of

whose

is
ad=
of
a

methods,

They have never been able to put
an)thing in place of the examina-
tion as an objective test—even the

intelligence test tries to discov

ver

an indeterminate thing called, for

reason | have never discovered,
g, and which in the last resort
only measure capability, without

necessarily
velop it or the character to use
wisely, or use it at all.

General Certificate

The new
Education i

pact of this

General Certificate
the

school of

the knowledge to de-

it

of

result of the im-
thought

upon the older academic tradition,

The

new thinkers wanted to get
away from the old academic cer-
tificate with its rigid rules of
qualification and present some-

thing more flexible, more indivi
ual and





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more adaptable to the
particular child. In practice they
failed to convince the older school
of.thought that they could dévise
a certificate which made an ob-
jective test of a child’s abilities
and potentialities without exam-
ination. The result is the present
subject examination, which is an
uneasy compromise between the
old standards and the individual
@pproach of — the reformers. It
satistic neither group completely,
and its standards in individual
Subjects are rising steeply year
by year under pressure from the
Universities for a more selective
entry In passing, it is perhap
worth noting that this is the same
social problem as that which has
affected secondary education, Just
18 secondary education was ex-
panded and considered the door
to a remunerative job, so now

Government Scholarships are


sities, and the

considered

university

the qualificati

which is certain to pay good divi-

dene This will become less a
jess true as the numbers of grad
ates increase
Practical Skills
The third school of thoug
wishes to alter the curriculum
the majority of children, ar

except for a percentage
enuine academic ability
child

to tre

the more through practical
ind manual skills than through
textbook on foreign languages

and the pure sciences, Here aga
it is obvious that there is
of value in the contention; but
would be unwise to accept t
thesis uncritically. These
er have several difficulties
overcome and, I think, many m
conceptions to eradicate



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- ce Rae ; iH st. Th 1 Becket, point — the Sword {
Tuesday, December 16, 1952 ‘ 1 Archbishop Pe eae . ee ee y I \ Hil AT THE
‘a the ers ; whee re ne has a rounded end A a ee i iES .
eee i he years and the Sword of Justice t the| ENCOURAGI eee
_ x t I ‘ ie i’ Ure > ‘ * sr" ,
i R A DE Ni AP jar st soe : . * een Chureh; and the third the Cur-|t’y seem oO | f i ur A VOCATE STATIONERY
3 J res iined of the tana, has a broken point—the| adopted by the G t
THE decisions which were reached by | ‘ ; ner crown- es of Mercy. there does not ch prospect =
= . : : “ > The fact at there are no ee y ac a oe ee a See
the Commonwealth Prime Ministers repre t \Ithough the Crowns in ‘The Ph . ce = i enol a now lof another large { é the near i Ss
. swords s yrobably due! ¢ od aaa ;
sent as it were a map of economic policy to ; t future, ff any case i a ; A I G RDENS.
; ‘ . oe si i imy to do anythir p ei nceourage For a a A le
be followed by the Commonwealth coun- l ‘ fu RS ro ltourists to st l t t
‘ ! The Ort t - ba % deus pe oy scagg fp. mas © majorsy of VEGETABLE GARDEN MANURE
tries.. But the Commonwealth is not the ! : s iP Ve Sev ame ; : © t “
: : j Oldest y them remain at pré nu iving the ex- A Powder applied to the soil and worked and
only group of nations which have been he A next Jur ir isting hotels a 1 r period each year dur ‘ watered in. 8 cents a pound,
charting an economic policy. Only last ; iN r ing which they are filled ore nearly. to LIOQUINURE
week the Organisation for European Eco | A Situee Minas capacity ’ A liquid manure put up in 1% Pint Bottles at 96 cents Bottle
aa ae : apts P Se A Si Spoon I have now lived | long ¢ igh to ap- Mix with water. Weak (1 Teaspoonful to 1 Gallon of water)
nomic,Co-operation met in Paris to form- | ! ' é eriate the. % : Medium (2-3 1 )
saa ah . . thir ; . preciate 1e ndert 1 ate. als q = ” ” ” ” ”
ulate O.E.E.C’s fourth report. The Euro- | ,, OS Soe ee ee eee to learn at first. hand fro number a Strong (4 oe we ee ”
pean nations are committed to the creation iIt is Be ie ve i i ah = rh f the winter visitors that me them find it When applied by ve pCO. not burn the foliage.
of a world-wide multilateral trade and | welft ‘ |just a trifle too warm for comfort, and di For use with your Compost Heap for converting the
. ay has i not star ng e th to | yme adiuste . : hs
payment system which will eventually = {u, ; i me i. Son to * sheen . we aajus oe waste materials of your garden into Manure.
ate nha oe ; , og oe : . gO vem have asked me. “Why 10 cents a pound.
make possible’ the convertibility of cur- | Plantagenets. Henry I, or I ad ; ' os : ; S pounds.
ke . ide exchange Eeiooda: - , |the Lion He (don’t the hotels have some air-conditioned WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD.
rency and free exchange of goods, NO one Four little 1 rl t} /rooms?” and TI find the question i to an- Successors go
expects that this goal can be achieved Nantia avid tha bewk ss enerkvel swer, because I feel that if I were running C S. PITCHER & co
quickly but it is noteworthy that the Com a a flower li ta (which Heavs n forbid) I should at | ° * °
7 5 his fragile, lovely tl touch- east give the idea a trial ) {
monwealth conference stressed its inten- |oq by the pious fingers of Cran Bive the idea a trial: |\\) }) Phone 4472, 4687 — BECKWITH STORES
rot a Gace, eae , pious fingers of Cran- I have heard some local objection on the } =
tion to avoid creating a discriminatory mer and Whitgift, gazed uy b alleged ground that { == aS ————
- - the eves of Ki nAic) aa allege ground tnat it May cause people to;/
economic bloc. The Commonwealth can- enka — ae a rae catch colds, but can onl; that is not my |{
not seek economic prosperity at the ex-. | remains of the old Coronation ‘ experience, and in any case Americans and |}
pense of European nations whose prosper- | Hament eek ore eas are going in for air-conditioned |{
ide 108u a I 1 2OUuses, ¢ es 10tel ier bi i |
ity is no less important to the stability of exist tan Ay cathe > ot ; ho els and her building
. ; a ver uite extensively, also tr and even bus
the free world than the prosperity of the 1g” efu { had ‘been ind they aia not ‘a : "i : ~ rae ee
" . : nded ar uatder - ¥ . : yt as » if such an obvious}
Commonwealth. At the same time small Aaa et fe 2 Pe ee drawback did ir ct ex :
4 © at ‘ u ra .
dependent territories are far more vulner- and swor Another question that nea all the
able to the effects of free unrestricted n, zealous to expunge ,|rorthern visitors ask “When does it get
well as the idea of hot here?” In reply to tl} one I alwavs try
trade than are countries with greater rel frark ‘ eck aneines 4) (Sere always try
n -onvince tner thé eo € gets as t
human and natural resources. n_ Parliam neltec ‘ kere as it doe ais ' pi A nee hot
, * . l v ind broke t Yn « ] s0eCS 1 mucn North America,
The British Caribbean at this stage of eae a w during one of the heat v } ote Pipa
, . Alfred’s Crown Seda oa ene that are a fea-}
its development is completely dependent Had it not been for tl 1“ ture of nearly every summer. I never feel!
. b 4 the ay Are 1} ‘ s .
on guaranteed markets for the sale of its ing action, the Queer it im ears hes reply convinced: however, and
$e - might have been crowned witl Ost of them se t e firmly srenaded |
products. Without the system of imperial Kine Alf a a Foca ; Miah ies: ted a » be ase persuaded
: . : 1 if cro 1e ¢ l at any lace in the latit > 6 ar *
preference it seems almost certain that | wyerworke sett with slight stones must ir the Nature ofthis ys he Pe
‘ ‘ 1 two little be ty } oe P a it : secoMe too Not,
their economic security would be imper Coo a little bell : IGA a r for comfort by early Spring ;
; e c rowning there would e been ea?
ille Jes ans s srefore early 100 year tinuit 5 1 ’ Oe ot dec
lled, All W e t Indians must theref nearly 1,100 yf « ‘ity, ST. EDWARD'S CROWN. The crown copied in the time of I feel sure thai ii these visitors were assur
show the satisfaction expressed by Mr. wear the Confessor, { er of Charisse x from the ES worn by Edward the Confessor, is the |¢d that they could have an air-conditioned
‘ _ a area ans se Vestminster Abbe wore that Jrown of England. ll monarchs - ) 1 ni é alr-2or >
Gomes that existing preferences are to be | crown. with it since it was made. of England have been crowned |foom if they wanted one, they would be
maintained, But for the vandal of tempted to stay miuch longer than they do
ere 9 tte 649. the ‘ : we Seistey : : : in some cases til] . > or 1, ase aatel
On the other hand the British Carib- oe ra oe xt Regalia are comparatively new— to squabbles «among ancient] are far | cases tii] June or July, Warm. days
bean like all other countries would benelit Sores t Ee ic bee edt tite eta for what are 300 years in the Barons for the right to. walk | pi oh Bhi trying if ene is assured of a good
; Fe v . yeti nics pes rt Oa. Coronation Story?—they bear old loyally and sumissively before nights rest in a room temperature adjusted
. Teas Thc 7ere ac Ve y Edwarc ec y 1 dled the rec ‘The one whic . wes . r a _ i ve nur ae . . x
if the objectives of O.E.E.C, were achieved oe oe 1, or ndied the Bees: he one which is used for the Sovereign. So three were ap- to suit one’s own idea of comfort,
and importers were free to buy from the rr re i ré his hair g e ac ual Crowning is ealled St. pointed.. And three have so I believe most hotels charge a somewhat
. . : : ae vwaward’s Crown. The other is the walked for seven centuries. higher rate for r-conditioned r ;
nearest and cheapest markets the goods Cromwe nt put a Lmperial Crown. When Edward’ V4. at the age of {fromm per Se ae rahe ene nae earn RS but
2 : rice o hose nie onl < alee pn ee x . e age o ersonal experience ] â„¢ iar eue:
which they cannot obtain locally, P cana A: aE ke pe en OE St. Edward’s Crown, with its ten saw tne swords in The Regala]there is no ( ther ; re e IT am convinced
. ¢ al »rrestimatec rem, not fot ro great gold ° a stat ae ee . % ‘ ) an itv a hotel mn
em, n of two great golden arches encrusted he is said to have remarked: “One| vide, that ree mn) ae ee



e, | iS So cheerfully accepted by the
majority of yuests as a reason for paying
more for their accommodation rar

In this connection the goal of the Com- the last time. Poor Alfred’s Crown wth pearls, glowing with rubies, of them should be a Bible, for that
: > S Sy D> a, xy a

monwealth conference, the expansion of | Was burnt like his, cakes and the starred with the cooler green of is the sword of the spirit.’ Nowa-

metal was valued at £248. 1 ioises patna al ae
world trade, must be warmly welcomed. iii eke. Maa vetnatad (she Ae teat sn — bl. are ae not strictly part
c ‘i ne en ee amented Swords of The Regalia, a » is present- wie Ti. .
Much depends on how each government worth nothing. ha avin wes “ik nounds tbe oo és og Dara 48 presen* , In the United Siates it is now possible to
; , 28 ate ‘ 4 Jere Seo ers eeee . gn. uy a standard it to air-c
interprets its responsibility to achieve this an Au Were Seld ; lighter than the one used in Me- A Royal ring containing a ruby, siz a i ence d ur to air-condition a fair-
were...Swept away The dieval times when there are re- Symbol of Kingship is included in zed room, for approximately $200. This is a

objective, The Commonwealth conferenc kingly robes of cloth-of-gold and cords of knights standing on each The Regalia. complete, compact and self-contained appar-











































or not) some northern. visitors
Christmas Cheer The Old People’s Treat will be day to go back out to work after}heat in February, There is a Gartadh ta

has outlined the three major principles to ER gel wae old, some side of the King to help him bear And if is said that when her atus that is easily installed and only re-
. ¥ or. as Igy s Crow m hi ¥ foi iieinnee : ie 4 :
be followed by all governments. Firstly Only the iittie ep Be FS a vanes on a head. ot este Shee to marry. Queen |GUires one-half horse-power of electrical
, ‘ “A t ac 3 t spoon, roke n the Imperial Crown whi s Elizabet ifte x finge nergy additi { ; ‘4 H ae
inflation and rises in the cost of living but now repaired remain lighter and which is worn foe ths showed the rig enas a fiver 3 a ake n to cooling the air, it also
I ; ee cas safe Ss Ww x ‘ : é ee! iiters and de mid AS
should be curbed. The government of + a ie i ‘ later Parliament, procession after the Act of Crown- given at her Coronation and said Ido Sat 1 a . Aap oh
or , is) me found t t ing t > re : < ‘ K W lf Similar eat men : ‘
Barbados so far has been very reluctant tHeyahna acted mer badly: abe s I aaa alk ae sslleet barns she was wedded to England/in England but yer ea Mh som bitte mae
: , : ad acted rather h y and which were used in the earliest Who was her husband. eee ut IE not, it f bably will be
to take action to achieve these ends and to to the nation’s cost. Charles Il days and which were saved from Two Sceptres and an Orb com- before long. I think it should be practicable
this day continues’ to, subsidise certain, m= requitr oa ad So ae ane ven tt ; Cromwellian aan, 3 plete The Regalia that will be|{Or an enterprising Barbadian hotelier to
¥ ; Or DIS; aon. HO é earl, earrings worn y iza~ seen agai y siV 6 a x ‘ a
ported goods although» wages have risen |complete new set was ordere: ae Rare teeta tee liza n> Again Pextiyeur. five the idea a trial without incurring
; ; Pitan er made, as near 1 ind peth I, a gleaming sapphire from Sceptres Have been symbols of heavy capital outlay. I vent t -ophe SUNBEAM WAFFLE ELECTRIC TWIN
several timés since subsidies were first in ey il Ren Fes possible like the the Stuarts another set boldly on power since Roman times. Emper-|that air-conditioni ie bb ae ty DeOR es) IRON $59.51 HOTPLATES — $41.39
. : Ov » sceptres and Swords top which is the sapphire of Ed- ors carried the i ee ning Witt be used here soon- ‘ i "
“ ~~ Secondly s sconomic de- f ; I I PE of Ec arried them in Rome. And at]er or Intor for « ‘ 1
pecan ent ay : sound aoe a er Seewores ‘ward the Confessor and “a fair the crowning of King Edgar in “ or later for some purposes, and the sooner ELECTRIC TOASTERS
ve lopment Ss 1OuULC ; DE encouragec wit 1 Axe" soe: used tod iy date ruby like a rocket-ball” (as Eliza- 973 the Sceptre with the Sword the better for the tour ist business. ELECTRIC KETTLES
object of increasing productive strength - ; io SONAL 1661 beth de ibed it) which once lay and Crown were the only orna- It would be logical to try it first in rooms HMV
and competitive power, providing employ re cae whens me nhe 0) lue in the kat hand of the Black ments he was given, that are usually the last to be allotted + BADIOGHENE aie eee GRAMO-
ment and raising standards of life. oe Sod a BAT 5 Oey ee aaa) eee Mi thane ae i central ee a yard long and |guests, as being: less airy than others. In this ; oy BS sess see $51.19
every » agrees W s objective there ’ eer nen cost ‘0 al nese are to be seen in starred with a diamond 2%/climate ed a SN y eee eee > SI
od Ot oe asinicn ate rie it is sha gh > Re 1 ces haa ijestle Imperial Crown, set inches across carries . Maltese Sasie Cj ae might be used at night
s an as : perhaps, the Royal Goldsmith had in gold and glowing with all the Cross. It re “ “ 4 switched o in the day-time }
> ac rE ve : > fessor Beasley . ‘ ' as f V g wi i € ross. It represents Power and B ; a? me, 10ugh
to _ Rs ae oe ne te i re te a ult fo1 Al oe y. ae uns that shone on other ages. Justice. The other is longer still this would de pend on the room, the weather e
in iscal Survey 0 arbados (a docu- . or those Ornamen of 1661, There are said to be in this and carries a white dove pf and the individual guest, en rx Washer—
ment which ought to be studied by every his _receip for a first paymen Crown 2.873 diamonds a; well. enamel mounted'on a globe. It| I realise that some ef ‘
elector) notes that Barbados is not an fot £2 1.00 7 the Treasury was Four huge ornamented swords represents Equity and Mercy. at the idea ot aipsear T ‘rbadians may scoff
: : date 67 ar the } ] oan art 7) > : : * t alr-conditioning > ee
under-developed country within the real int eatheh a “si eta spot eer of oat ee FRE Orb “the Golden Ball*|gard the suggestion EO oa re-
- 1 of > word. Barbe ’? he savs e nine=inct gh golden eagle in ne is the Sword of State which Archbishop Cranmer called it —] vy, a on a reflection ‘on their
(Ge meiing Ot She wwaee.,t AaRbaeees celoped which We eee oil is kept, should by rights be girded on the now has avesaras on it, its foot on ae climate, though I hope not as
5 * lis very old but it was rebuilt at Sover n before the crowning, t a huge ' ; cy ror nothing of the sort is int 3 ; . :
I he crowning, but a huge amethyst. It symbolises that 5 rt is intended, It is bas
, co op ate * avr si ie A Ss : 8! tne . AOC s based on
but ane thing intermedi ite.” But its ABT thi Gn e ; ! it wo ild need a giant to wear it the whole earth is subject to God the idea that the way to attract tourists is @ Wash
culture is fairly fully developed and its | Oil From Heaven and a smaller one is used instead. One by one. these precious|t@ do everything we can to mak th Pas
major crop is vulnerable to natural factors The oil used at, Coronations i Barons’ Squabbles ornaments will be handed to the|fortable and their st 13 nior , Te een
too often overlooked by planners, such as called Chrism. Sometimes itis a This sword i offered to .the Queen next year. One by one she}able rates. It j oert ini ae on eS caer @ Spin
variations of rainfall, partial drought, re aa as oil an 1 balsar ymbolic of use in a Will hand them back to the Church |cans and Canadian ie adi true that Ameri- é
PPils 4 hy ry a Fe , no one knows what w in eous cause. iti 2 2y ar $b ie . , GEE ans are coming to take air-
hurricane and disease. Too little atten- [the oi1 used at Henry IV's asi Wine Athen eeeone ei us aT tie roe Aljas ante rs and}conditioning for granted, and fir nt yd ae @ Rinse
tion has been paid by anyone to the losses _ | nation, for it was. said ‘o beby noblemen 1 ords are carsied SI0Ws, vn nem oe ei ose”. {understand the lack of it end find it hard to
sustained by sugar plantations after hurri A sé 0 beby noblemen before the Soverei The Star October 31, 1952. steavale’ he lack of it, when it would ob-
susta § é é a S é Hiously be a cons ES Fi : "
canes in earlier periods of the island's his- a $$ —_—_————_-—— _ |comfort a considerable addition to their © Dry
tory. The only real economic development ‘ No or ‘
\ \ i ne can enjoy a ( av s ne 7
which seems to, offer certain reward in aa ge eb € “Ss ay e afflicted with ius ” liday so much when
; . a e prickly heat, and (believe it 15 00
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Barbados is the expansion of the tourist
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dustry possesses are threefold. Tourism To The Editor, The Advocate. at Paes the Xmas Holidays, nique in avoiding the ravages of ; :
provides directly and indirectly greater SIR,—-Will you kindly continue ¢- Wour srg) ge geben fl — Signed: concerting complaint that oat ellis
sa: : er ; ‘ v* ne ors é a , , C = ‘ad & . ’ c é , >
employment opportunities for increasing Zouk te eae Pilg ws = pass on this appeal to others. as GHOST OF X’MAS PRESENT Inot stay long enough to ae my Of them. do
numbers of Barbadians than any other in- | ff” donations ae ee ee ~ the number of persons assisted Bim It is a scientifie fact ‘ios 4 :
dustry except sugar, Tourism is the larg Rete eae ie ede eta en by year, and the de- SIR—A review of Bim_appear-|take at least two hanks ‘ ahd 1uman_ beings
est invisible export Barbados possesses | thanks and the profound grati- ay oA rhea Mek ran’ ~. Sead my int a. liminary adjustment t © make even a pre-
g » ear o pc. : sh ihe nO. the moor ahd nee a arcels or replies may be sent Advocate, A friend has drawn my]; ; F acjustment to temperatures muck
ae re oF map now earned by sourism cipients ae or and needy Te- tg the President, Mr. H. D. Black attention to the fact that . Mr. higher than those to which they are acc :
are largely responsible for the island’s Bee Miamizsloe ae man, at the Progressive League Therold Barnes is Joint Editor)/tomed, and we must remember br lg rg
favourable balance of trade. Tourism is a | With Best Wishee rhe Friendly Society, Nelson Street, With Mr. Frank Collymore ofjearly impressions of th staie ten oe, the
big dollar earner and both the Common- Sipe te, avis ace Adjt, CB, Gooding-Edghill, Bim, and has always been active-| portant, or are all-im.
= : Eee | "Mice trolly. @icikner . Spooner’s Hiill ly associated with the publication. It i 4 :
wealth Economic .Conference and the _ | rest Aminece ¢ as Yours Truly, My reference therefore to Mr. 3} ld essential that those who come here :
O.E.E.C. meeting have stresse a | rennet SP ss oa Hon. Secty., Collymore as conducting the/S%0Uld give favourable ports ss J
at t & have stressed-the ne Me n ~. A.» Barnes . For the Doreas League, magazine “single-handed” might|friends and acquaint i an ta to. their JUST ARRIVED...
cessity for exploiting the dollar earning | 4 “Gountry ‘Friend. Po Public Holiday? easily be-read to impty—a-stight}home—PFhe cleverest_; te when they go Spaghetti
capacities of countries not fully developed. [eo om meee Eee To. The & ae wy to Mr. Barnes. This was purellargely wasted if te aerate will be Vermicelli
ihe limit Obed ee : 3 5 le = i ' 5.00 0, The Editor, The Advocate, ignorance on my part; I hope he f Reser i an appreciable proportion Kam—all Pork
1 mits of the capital which can be M ¢ t Stansfeld Sir,—I would be grateful if y will accept my apologies and be-|°! ViSitors take away with them an impres Frozen Salmon
provided from the United Kingdom for Scott & Co, ..... 5.00 this letter a mel ee lieve that any such slight was the |S!0N that they are not really wai d ae Apples
development of Commonwealth countries oa Aliat Bourne vill catch the eye ‘oheeuee last thing I would intend. I was| judging by a lack of 1 1 n bras nore Peanut Brittle
are well-known. Australia, Africa and M Vinst age ee eee ir legislators. eae that Mr. Barnes was so| their comfort sit einai Gilbey's Wines
Asia will receive the major portion of | | r, Winston Marson — 10,00 e House of Assembly meets closely connected with the edit-| It might be helpful S. African Wines
Wiktavie as ‘ Ba > } R. D. (per Mr, Crane) 1.00 gair the 16 , . S ing of Bim, though I have always 5 e helpful to ask our visitors thi
whatever savings the United Kingdom | A’ Friend i aoe at 1in on the 16th inst. and I am enjoyed his contributions. In par- | S¢&son if @hey are in ¥atibur:of Ss this e
can produce for Commonwealth Heelies | 2 ss Ryn jor 5. sure the public would welcome a ticular I have s ti q sy tioned ers t avour of air-condi- Try a Bottle of
ial Capital for tourist develor | Another Priend: S:Ak anndaheby sone Tibaeeable saecie: thet hie =) ener wi 1 “ oor being available for those who GOLD BRAID RUM
. Capite st development in LG.H 2 ber or members vecuesting + r Ss amusing drawings could) prefer the Ypini 2 as: . . Costs than
Barbados could be provided by Canadians Miss D. W .ie = 26 es eres . at us es perhaps in book form; aa cela a ( ete polls are fashionable . noe Flu
s Tenn i rae h ans ; . wae 5 Ware 2. 2 er, 1952 be de- they would be 4 st-rate souv- ar > sometimes quite he eee
once the gove rnment of Barbados allowed oe He ‘ . 2.00 ~clared‘a Public Holiday. enir of Bathadoa po ine asi I have some other: i ees helpful. ; +.» Feel better
them to repatriate capital profits and offer- | ~ Oe \ P. ! I believe that there is precedent serve as illustrations to aity bro- | Dusiness, gained from Shen for the tourist Meet me are
ed adequate incentives. The example set | f 5.00 for this. Such a motion, I feel, chure issued by y bro~ | 9 sari gained from ac ual contact with et me at... :
: r ple se dF. H 200 Brn ‘ s »9y our Publicity merican and Canadiar neater. 9 GODD ,
by the United Kingdon > racnect | . - would be convenient to everybody. Committee. All that have s: ix vears alan Visitors In the pas ARD'S
’ gdom in this respect ’ sats ) i ; at I have said/cix years, I shall be gl: past RESTAU
ought certainly be followed bere k One always feels that one’s of Mr. Collymore’s work for this!on p chap € glad to set them down ane
'The third principle of Standen > multil i ‘9 eae Xmas Holidays have been inter- Magazine should, T am sure, also on paper, for what they are worth. so long
eral trade and- payments syst Sire . aR ERY IR me ee a rupted, having to go out on the be credited to Mr. Barnes. as the Editor of the Advocate t! ink they ‘ .
ahs ‘ By 1 ystem over the widest : = ze ae 27th. after being at home on the Yours very truly, worth printing, cS 1 vy are
possible area is at once a promise of the removal * ORATOR i 26th, and then stay home AUBREY DOUGLAS-SMIT 3
of quotas and trade restrictions and a reminder | Dorcas League Christmas the 28th Sunday. Why “Unity” ; iLAS-SMITH SANTA IS ON HIS WAY
of the ultimate objective of the Comm« it} : ? make it four straight days, P: “on, Oo » . r PL y
ma tive of the Commonwealth Appeal t aight days, Palm Beach, PPOS fe ° an your Xmas Dinner
and the O.E.E.C, countries. The next stage will be To the Edit - “ ve Then again, Monday is the best Hastings. Dee. 15th, 1952 EON DIES Today
the discussions which are to take plac evan He eet ta advocate, Sena eer ora eer aneensent , Turkeys .... 84 Ib
ae place in Wash- | __ SIR, The sittee of the : . TIT «L ; : , ... B4e, per
ington when the Commonwealth plan and the |Doreas Leag Fe ee Phe 180 Ribbon Parachutes Are A_ Bomber’s Brakes THE “keep out the British” clamour in|{ a stress $L25 per I
O.E.E.C, .report w be examined in the ligt ‘ f 3 e a spt 7 xal for funds LONDON é The ribbon4parachute jorigin-~ Hollywood died to a whisper fates 7 $1.20 per Ih
United States tr: acd i 7 “ ee t e 1 t .Spoon- aie ie ‘ ated in Germany, where, during it | oe i sacon $1.25 per Ib
States trade policies In the freeir e ; Hill Davkells Road’ chute made of strips of the war, an adequate solid ma- t began in the trade newspaper. Holly Sausages 70c. per Ib
ng ; tod St rel oa I t i of - are te : 3 >> Jliy~ .
trade the 1 nited States is bound to be the de- i - a hae Saye Ate. tact, instead of eee Oe silk are terial for parachutes could not be! Wood Reporter, whic} td the R i + Red Cheese 72e. per Ib Enjoy a
ciding voice, ‘Trade not aid” is the slogan of t t deci kek atrivina atten’ i ieveloped by a British firm. found. The hat band trade was] uch said the British refused Carr's Biscuits $1.20 per 7S Snace While
O.E.E.C. coyntries but any f sf a : I th ‘less { a nate a ¢ i. a } ne a | called on to provide ribbon and} to grant work permits to some Americ an ‘ tin warns She theses
EEC. itr it any ecast of 5 } ve fortunate ¢ the tail of st fighters 4 sha adh a) ooze a . tO. § 4 é 7
incoming American administration ai . iren of the community by pro- bomber nd i cones St tee weaaene = Sie con-; actors due to make films in England Empire Coffee a vy
may be subject.to.error. The map towaras t ng fo Mledical aid. clothing, to shorten the landing rum The further advant were 85! BUT the Same rf Fh Di Wi e Onl
SMEs the wirid trade Ges bet Y towards tt anni bape al ly ig are ak ecg ae ne ae eae mere advantages became ob-| 3 the Sereen Actors’ Guild says all the Make this week y the or SCOTCH
» Commonwe anq the 7 tyne rachute ft . ‘Oe hol anti-British noise is “cuttiy vs 7
the Commonwealth and the 0.4 ain) # e © for the Vulcan | Work on parachutes metal} ene ten noise is “cutting off our nose to CANADA DRY WEEK GOLD BRAID RUM
‘ re countri¢ ; of the Commonw eee Th ' ! brakes is going ahead By using spite our face.” hone early ... We deliver Served
he dependent territories of the Carit er ol van of landing oe . 5 Rnd
wind a 1 or other Ae ; inding runs can be cut by It rev ‘ . : J _ seat lth acini ta lh oe
play a great part if they follow the rout book ys, d s th ch as my eveais that 1 the st ®1 months. 771)
’ , ut hi This is partic- ‘ -t months, //
od. - oe fa ‘P ; put t M re " j 'P« us ; d Bes ie . A < signif 1t in Britain where AMericans worl in made-in-England pic I! GODDARDS
>» goa Ww lave to be gi n y th c cI oF ? Che designers . . Mm ‘ “ Big pic- , 2 . 3
winter give ( olnel eect int , inten rd e > ee i eg ture And 35 Briton : Regn 1 1 Van ¥i FOR SERVICE.
Le i: .( el . PEC ow ar sho andings an ‘ WV ae 1€-1n-} {
| ) k important feature, Hollywood pictures Ii
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1





British Honduras And °
Bahamas Pitch Pine

NEW FILLING



STATION

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Timber Mission End Tour

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Of Barbados

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May Confer VERMOUTH





















Of G A Conference of We Wherever you find the best
satest Interest nest
uggists may be held son Y you'l; find Martini
r es er es next year to discyss the unifica- ‘ Pe
, tion of standards for the area Vermouth
THE THREE-MAN Timber Mission concluded its Last week, the Trinidad Phar-
three-day tour of Barbados yesterday, and will leave this it
morning on their way home after two months in the
Caribbean. Mr. A. F. A. Lamb, Conservator of Forests, , ‘ aa
. . ‘ . ms have also bee sent
Trinidad, goes to resume his normal duties in Trinidad, Senin ca, Farcaten
while Mr. C. W. Scott and Mr. J. L. Richardson, fly home has not yet been known
via Trinidad and Jamaica. her they will accept
—_— Yesterday the Mission visited steering Committee has been
the Fisheries Office where they & p bv the Trinidad Pharma-
Tax a ers witmessed the launching of the ‘outical Society to prepare a date |
four Calvert fishing boats, and for the proposed conference
ee kk, y © after a meeting witn the Lum- ler present arrangements
nion Being ber Committee .of . the Chamber exch colony has its own individ
of Commerce, - held discussions standard of examination, an |
Pie . with the Comptroller and other hoped that. agreement
Considered Officers of Colonial Development reached at the conference for |
: « and Welfare Organisation, who fled standard
Efforts are being made to form See ae ee am f the M
@ Taxpayers Union which will be , “** SOCOM, Leader o e Miss - 7 |
able to “speak “with one voice” in, told a Press Conference at the Lebowurer Charged
. Marine Hotel yesterday evenir 7
to Government on the question ood oe a aa ° . ’ i 1
of Income Tax and relevant mat that they were very grateful for \ ith Sor s N urder
Sve the hospitality extended to them k }
: in all parts of the Caribbean, and oe i. TGUA Dee. 15 }
Circulars have been sent « not the least, in Barbados where harle Seth ] Rous im oe De- |
to ebout 500 taxpayers in alJ Mr. F. L. Cozier made “admirable I * % Pla it ti r i + crs od witt |
taxable income groups, inviting arrangements for their brief stay. a see at S aatesaccta
them to-attend a meting’ Ta? On behalf of the Mission, he ; mar ei a it on ret
next month “to appoint a expressed their indebtedness to It “ N iat th t the child was '
mittee who will draft suita those gentlemen who showed them gg asi killer. The Produced by Martini & Ross)
rules for the Union, and take around the island, and demon- peers. watoure i Ae cates Torino (Italy)
such other steps as <¢re neces- strated what was being done in inquest was adjourned since px

sary.”

The circular states: “It is
generally felt by the p:oportion-
ately few income tax payers in
the island that the need for a
Union or Association of tax-
payers has never been «r
In as much as the rates of income
tax are about to be considerably
increased, it will place a still
heavier burden on _ the

the Housing Scheme, and in the
Boat Building Scheme.
Major Interest

Reviewing generally the work of
the Mission, Mr. Seott said that
the major item of interest is pitch
pine from British Honduras and
the Bahamas. Having seen both
ends of the chain—the supplying
and consuming ends, they were
now able to make practical sug-
gestions in the interest of both.

at Eagle Hall.

MRS. VERNON KNIGHT yesterday evening cut the ribbon to open the new Yonkers Service Station
On the left is Miss Doris Jones with a bouquet of flowers for Mrs. Knight, and
right is Mr. Kenneth Jones, Proprietor of the Station.

Yonkers Open Service
Station At Eagle Hall

St. Michael East
Scouts’ Ass.
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: f 4 said that the Mission “™!: * * ane , e : — ‘ ‘ . j l ( l N NHEALTHY £.1D? ike AMP
Population of over two hundred i; particularly glad to see the good aster of Harrison College, w THE NEW Yonkers Service Station was formally . ROOT! Micaculous SWAMP-ROOT will
tnousana. use being made in Barbados in appointed President of the . opened at Eagle Hali Corner yesterday evening in the Presents | stimulate aod clean your kidneys! Ie will
“fhe advantages to be derived boat building of excellent timber Michael East Boy Scouts’ - Local presence of a large gathering when Mr. S. V. C. Knight cut | help them purify your blopd of the poisons

from such a Union are obvious,
the circular continues: “It as
felt that a concerted body of
opinion would have far greater
effect than any individual effort;
that legal advice could be sought
on disputsble points, and such

known as Santa Maria, from Brit-
ish Honduras.

It was also clear to the Mission
that there was a very keen de-
mand for pitch pine in Barbados,
and a keen demand for good boat
building timbers, such as the Sil-

Association when the Association
held its inaugural meeting at Har-
vison College yesterday evening.

Commissioner for the Area, said

th
er

Mr. Lisle MHarrjson, Assistant

at there were at present four
oup sponsors — Combermere,

the ribbon after Rev. D. C. Moore had blessed the station
After speeches by Mr. J. E. T
Brancker, master of ceremonies, Mr. Kenneth Jones, pro-
prietor of the station Mr. V. C
McD. Symmonds, refreshments were

and wished it success.

thanks

Knight and a vote of









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; Brancker said that Mr luckily for him he was since able from the oldest medicine in the world:
of the Union; and that “any fortunately, the supplies of this the Cathedral. He later avked Mr. Jones was to be congratulated on to buy it, though at a greater price and FLOWER SHOP herbs and roots!) GET DR. KILMER'S
coercive action. by the govern- wood are not large, and there was Hammond to act as chairman. typo opening of his new Service than he had at first been offered ; } ' SWAMP-ROOT TODAY!
ment against any member of the a large demand for it in British Major Noott moved a resolution Station and everybody wished a ae Ror ss ; : ” n
x Union should result in iremediate Guiana itself. for forming the Association, tc be him success. Mr. Jones had cer- _ For 18 years the Yonkers Com- Aquatic Gap, selling | , me
3 re-action by the whole unwn. a Trinidad, he er their shiet known as_ St. Michael East Sub- tainly chosen a very fine site a ne on he Nonia: AeA | “~ TY ROOT :
2 ; ena ates impressions were jhe excellent Area. This was seconded by Mr. @Nd he, Mr. Brancker, had no DuUSINess And one could detine ‘ | i =
3 “ The:.cleeway eee! — result from the teak planting Frank Santen: Tote motion ba doubt that the same business {Yonker nae a come a etn agents for q
f “one point which is of 8&1 “ Scheme begun some _ thirty-five agreed to unanimously acumen Mr, Jones had exhibited The new station intended giving sin ikl ’ | ee
3 importance is the need of \ years ago, and which was now Members were then elected to in his other concerns he would 2, S€tvice second to none, As the BRUCE WEATHERHEAD A PRODUCT OF KILMER & CQ,
Z creased allowances, such as by beginning to bear substantial the As ociation after which the ¢xhibit in the running of the new stati n was not quite in the centre : n

£250 a year for a married mans fruits. The present turnout was rate of mubensistion nail Asai On Service Station. of town, if a car required ser- i

the £50 for achild and the £220 in small sizes, but as the trees get the motion of Mr. A. A. Durant it . Mr. Brancker’s remorks were Viting the company would be LT D.

for Life Assurance. These allow~ oider, the sizes would increase. was decided that the rate should followed by the blessing of the W'!/ing to send for the car from

ances are out of proportion in ang whatever surplus might be is end , dailae, naticad wae for Station by Rev. D. C. Moore. After tOW" and go all out to convenience ee: ; ws

consideration of the present cost available for such uses as deck- i ona hes eos an rie acl oe this Mr, Jones spoke, the owner, Book your. orders NOW a

of living, and one of the first ing of boats and yachts mignt be ae oe peer and Swe a — He said that the Service Station }1e added that they would build Come and select we have

actions of the Union should be to of’ some special interest in Bar- fore ech ne ae was no overnight gesture nora cafe above the station so that vay wiiee ol Gk tiol a nd

make an issue of this point. ‘iad bados. m4 mushroom decision, The general people coming for gas could have on * Panis ' a hate

x io 7 sate ga: te ag = Mora Timber Major °C. Noott, Dean Hazel- public might say to themse * refreshments if they Wished, Tubers You can get ‘any

question of Pension at emplovee ..4 further point of interest in W0d and Capt. H. H, Williams that many service stations were cotuur of the falnbow> In

far as the cay aetiee a on. Trinidad was the local use of Were elected Vice - Presidents. being constructed and money Mr. Skinner whom Mr. Jones our collaction — of sulb

is concerned, needs careful con- y40.4 as timber and charcoal Other elections were as follows: surely was being made out of it. had earlier described as having Cormi

sideration, and the _regulati mn On this point, Mr ry Fr A Mr. Frank Blackman, Secretary; For himself he could not say greatly assisted him in his ven- |

ere rege ar line with y amb Conservator’ ot Forests, Mr. Michael Phillips, Treasurer; ,whether there was money in it be- (ure, next spoke. He said that it Buy NOW to te in time to \

other West Indian Colonies, Trinidad, explained that in Trini. Mr. G. R. Brathwaite, Mr. C. cause this stetion was his first had taken much energy and effort get Blooms for the Horti- RICHARD DNUT SETS (Perfume & Powder)

» principal movers ‘ad ine Geet aa *AUSh pond ‘Mora Brathwaite, Mr. G. R. Spencer, venture. on Mr. Jones’ part and he wished cultural Exhibition in Feb- Pen oe : eta ail

wrens Soe eee ye sterday bei as they could, and the re- or = “Boone ia ime The Proper Site ) him every success. paras A ea and you will PONDS GIFT SETS

that the object of FORn Oe me ar pene ao Pig otis SL leant Mr. W. A. Allen, Mr, A. A It had ann” Wis desire for Mrs. V. C, Knight then cut the Bulbs make a practical CUSSONS TOILET SOAP (3 Cakes in Box)

Union “is not to ‘oppose 7's. doing everything to encourage Durant, Mr. O. A. Pilgrim, Mr. more than six years to have ribbon, : | DUBARRY ROSE SOAP (3 Cakes in Box)

ment, or. to get ‘around the = the use of charcoal as fuel, be- G: Quintyne, Mr. E. T, Davis and service station, but there had After this, Mr. Knight said that and original Xmas _ present |
' cone TanrLawe. eee ap cause it is a means of utilising Mr. L. A. Lynch, members of the always been the question of a Mr. Jones had shown vision in ) 36—Party | DUBARRY TALC IN BOTS, (Assorted Scents)
i have a representative bor ee the waste products in the forests, Executive Committee; Mr. C. D. proper site. The present site was getting himself a fine service Phone 4866—Party line : PA ; i
i opinion which fou ds approach thereby allowing for the better Gittens and Mr. A. S. Howell, offered to him in 1950, but at that station in a most strategic sight. Ask for Mrs FitzGerald | SOIR DE PARIS PERFUME (Biffel Tower)
j Government on matters relating growth of the young trees Auditors; Major Noott, Vice- time he was not in the best of , : | ad : NE & PERFUME In Xm‘s Tree Pack
| to the rates of income eae . = Continuing, Mr. Scott eaid that Chairman and Mr. Frank Black- health and was afraid to take the | Moving the vote of thanks Mr l NEE DA CUET SHOP | CER GUE Uany -# ; fee ’ ri
j observed that there oe er in British Guiana after green- man, Mr, G. R. Brathwaite and venture. The site was sold, but Mc.D. Symmonds said that Mr, ~ ALE"? 1 ‘
| people who do not pay ne heart, Mora is one of the most|©. A. Pilgrim, representatives on Tones deserved the thanks of the THE U-NEE-DA” situ- ”

share of taxes, While there are Peart, Mora | oe eS the Island Scout Council community for having transform- eo |
j others who are paying more than important timbers. There, it was é ou oO ‘ any movement but it was difficult ed the Eagle Hall Corner into a ted ne xt Sanitary Laun. |
i their full share, and added “that even more plentiful than green- After the elections, Mr. Ham- to hold the enthusiasm. nicer looking place and building dry, Aquatic aap. Woexe at ’
| is one of the matters the Union heart. J ; |mond asked members to keep Mr. Harrison 1..oved a vote of ‘the station. He thanked all who Oar welcomed Pay us a .

will want to discuss with the It was therefore obviously im-|their enthusiasm alive. He said thanks after vhich there was a had assisted Mr. Jones in the VEE RUT ROPES |

Government.” @ On page 7. that it was always easy to start film show. building of the station 4 i



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Their chief
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A technical \school is |{ ore
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ment, and the use of exper
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the technical school th s
standing of the old estabi
Grammar School. Unfortunately
many of the supporters of techni-
cal education are apt to emphasiz
emotionally the frustration of
forced to undergo an acacte
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ability, is, of course, quite un-
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tive, and that those children w
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the scholarships
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viction that a boy attends scho

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| leaves, and this defect in the tra
jing of our young is likely t
even more pronounced in a t«
nical school, where the
spends so long learning the act
trade he intends to follow. I qu
realise that a technical school al
provide me acaden
training; but it seems certain 1!
one of the functions of sec r
education, what I might call the
| social or political will be
more difficult of achie lent there
even than it is slread
of the older pattern

Uncertainty

A further point on which I
should like to comment brietly
the uncertainty
vail over exacily what a technical
school would do. The trainin,

a child at the secondary stag
through more practical inedia than
an academic curriculum is a leu
able object, but it is not the real
duty of the technical school, which
must be limited in size. That func
tion of training the le abl
material is the duty of the Second-



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manual training is less specialised
and less highly skilled. To pro-
vide such schools for what would

ymount to a_ considerable major-
ity of the child population would
| be very costly, and perhaps is an
educational luxury which should

not come very-high in the order
of priorities. The technical school
itself will train selected boys for
particular trades that require
specialised skill. There seems lit-



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primary emphasi hould be on
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dental mechanics. It will not, at
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reali both its initial and
recurre ‘ e higher than
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which it can keep some balance
veen the various educational
needs of a child I believe the
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and difficul r that

though not ali, of the material it
really needs is at present in our
first grade schools

This has been something of a
digressior To return to my
argument I have tried
ain that many threads are
nto our educational theo-
ries, and that if any thread snaps
ind is forgotten a fault will de-
velop in the fabric. We have three
main purposes, the religious, the

litical and the economic, and
thuee main schools of educational
thought, the academicians, the
character builders and the techni-
sal planners. For our educa-
tion to be healthy and fruitful we
must keep a balance and not allow



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iny one thread to dominate the
others
Many Difficulties
After this perhaps somewhat

discussion of the way I
regard educational problems, I
vould like to venture outside my
sund, and try to apply some of
same reasoning to the elemen-
tary schools





I am av if not so vividly as
ou art ny of your difficul-
The secondary school has a

and compulsory at-
playing fields and



separat iassrooms and a multi-
tude of facilities which you could
not but envy. Tkese things are
matters of money. Education is
costly to Governments, and_only
recently I read of some of the

problems of primary schools, even
in the U.S.A., to provide proper
classrooms and staffing for a ris-
ing child population. I have al-
ways maintained that the first
priority is the man who teaches.
He is what matters, and his atti-
tude and his example is far more
important than any pious exhorta-
tions in the development of the
sort of citizen we all want. A
good staff is the first essential for
a good school, and you, and not

your schoo] amenities, are what
will really tell in the future of
this island. None the less a good

staff can do better work in more
congenial surroundings, and I
should not wish to belittle the
practical difficulties with which
you are faced, or the exasperation
that must often strain your nerves,
All this is, however, outside my
scope, it is a question of coats and
cloth and the revenue of Barba-
Jos.

Three Functions

What I wanted to suggest is that
the Primary School is today trying
to fulfill three distinct functions
which are not always complemen-
tary and that perhaps some of the
malaise which enters into discus-
sion of elementary education is
because the three-headed nature
of your work has not been fully
inderstood, I would describe your
three functions as literacy, pre-
paration for secondary education
ind special welfare. The use of
the primary school for welfare
work ig a common feature of the
modern state, and it is indeed diffi-
sult to see how a government can
readily find other machinery
through which to bring certain
types of benefit to its children of
school age. In England there are
regular school nurses , working
under the public health authori-
ties, there are dental inspections,
medical overhauls, vaccinations,
inoculations, weighings and mea-
surings. There is also as in Bar-
bados milk distribution and gen-
erally free luncheons as well. As
I say, the school is the obvious

unit through which this welfare



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work can be done i so-
ially of great value, but too often
the expert enthusiasts pay little
tt ion to the interference with



chk outine The dent-
comes ever so often,
it he expects the children parad
ed for his inspection, and he for-
gets the doctors’ calls and all the
card-filing and returns that are
involved, I suffer at Harrison
College from well-meaning folk
who think it would be good for
the boys to do this or that, it would
only mean a day here or an hour
there, If they all had their way
we should cease to teach anything
at all. Routine is @ very neces-
sary background te school work,
needs a schoolmaster to

not only

but it
acpreciate its meaning.

Social Welfare

Here in Barbados you may not
be so afflicted as some, but I have
no doubt you groan under many
of the returns you have to make

that certain social statistics
may be duly filed. I myself have
often felt cross with economists
who find the cost of school milk
on the educational estimates and
hen work out the high percentage
of education in Barbados. I
know it does not matter as the
Government pays in any case; but
[ would like to see the Social
Welfare Estimate or the Public
Health Estimate credited with the
expenditure of this sum rather
than the Education Department.
rhen some economist could tell us
how the percentage of the revenue
spent on education had been re-
duced.

This use of your school hours
and your teaching staff for pur-
poses which are not strictly edu-
eational is likely to increase
rather than diminish. No one can
criticise the laudable objects of
these Services, but I hope that
theve who tntroduge them will
try and use as little teaching
time as possible, and, above all,
be economical in the number of
forms and statistics they demand.
I share the inherent conviction of
most professional men that most
forms are a waste of paper, and
that, when we have written them
with our blood and tears, they are
filed in expensive cabinets for the
recreation ‘of ants and cock-
roaches.

cost

Social welfare, however, though
it may be a disturbing factor in
your organisation, does not in-
volve a conflict of purpose in the
sense in which your other two
objects—a general standard of
jiteracy and a preparation for
secondary education—may do, I
have seen much argument in the
press and heard it in conversation,
about such debated topics as age-
grouping, extended curricula,
streaming, transfers and various
other technicalities. I do not pro~
pose to discuss them now, but I
believe that the heat they all
engender springs largely from this
dual purpose of education in the
primary school, Those who con-
centrate first on the general level
cf literacy will hold a different
view from those who consciously
prepare their children for a more
advanced education, It is there<
fore quite possible for one to
maintain hotly that the standards
of the elementary schools are
rising, while another protests
equally hotly that they are falling.
It is not a question of dishonesty
or false data; it is a question of
the standard of measurement, and
of what they regard as the over-
riding putpose of the elementary
school,

As the Headmaster of a large
secondary school, I am naturally
most interested in the second ob-
ject, the preparation of a boy to
do well in academic subjects;
but I do see that, unless and un-
til secondary education is pro-
vided for all children, that could
not be the only purpose of educa-
tion at the primary stage, And
even if secondary schools for all
wers built and staffed, only a
small percentage would attend
the type of academic school of
which Harrison College is an @x-
ample, The conflict between these
two purposes of elementary
education is then to some extent
unavoidable; but once the prcb-
lem is grasped and not allowed to
bedevil our arguments by causing
misunderstandings. I do not think
it is as formidable as it seems.
We secondary schools do not re-
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at eleven years of age anything
more than sound grounding in the
three R’s. Not only do we take
comparatively few older boys
than that, but we now take larg
numbers from your schools into
our own preparatory departments.
I still think personally that this
age of eleven is rather late to
start any especially academic sub-
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I think it has beer
chosen as the uneasy balance be-
tween these confticting purposes
ot the primary school in England

eign language

which faces the same problem as
you de To introduce academic
subjects to the primary schools

where so few children are going
to follow a future academic
course seemed pointless, but to
delay it beyond eleven for those
few was impossible. Therefore,
eleven Was. chosen as the age
of diversification. None the l¢ss
it is quite feasible to train a boy
to a high academic standard frorm
the age of eleven onwards if his
grounding in the basic R's is
really sound.

Difficulty

The difficulty is that the general
lev®! of elementary school chil-
dren of that age either here or
in England is below the standard
the Grammar School requires on
which to build successfully. We
want the intelligent child who has
progressed faster than his neigh-
bour, because he has more natural
ability and perhaps because he
has been more studious and more
regular in his attendance at
school. And we want him with
the knowledge; not just the poten-
tial ability. We are not interested
in his 1.Q., unless he can also pro-
duce a standard of technical pro-
ficiency in English Composition
and Arithmetic.

The problem then resolves itself
into how to let the brighter boy
develop faster than his neigh-
bour and still give a feir oppor-
tunity to the dullard to reach a
respectable standard of general
knowledge and literacy. The
official answer is ‘streaming’, the
collection together of those chil-
dren of similar age and capabil-
ity, so that ‘a’ stream goes faster
and further than your other
streams. This is logical, but it re-
quires for its implementation a
very large school numerically,
and, as all of us know, the
streaming of boys has, in practice,
to be modified by questions of
staffing and the size of the forms
My own solution would be more
drastic, it would be the stream-
ing, not by forms in small schools,
but by certain schoolg to which
children of greater ability should
be drafted and prepared for com-
petitive entrance to the grammar
echool, -Still better in my view
would be the creation of a Gov-
ernment Preparatory School
which worked to an
curriculum and _ prepared
possibly at an older age, for a
more academic type of examina-
tion than can be set to a child
of eleven,

I think we all know how diffi-
cult it is to distinguish accurately |
between the capabilities of small
children. It is even more difficult
to do so on one days’ examina-
tion when the child may be ill or
nervous.
find that, however fair and *areful |
they may be, that they have a
considerable percentage
in this selection. The older the
child and the wider the range of
examination subiects he can be

set, the lower this percentage of |

error is likely to be. The Prepara-
tory School which I have suggest-

ed will make errors in its selec-
tions: but these errors wil! be
further adjusted as its children

pass through the competitive en-};
try examination to Seerndary
Schools or the Technical School.

What I am suggesting may well |
be impracticable at present. 1
know there are difficulties with
the transport of young children
and family problems in them go-
ing too far from home; but it is
not really as revolutionary as it
sounds. Children from your
schools are flocking to enter the
fee-paying preparatory depart-
ments of our secondary schools at |
this moment, and indeed, as long |
us secondary schools in the island |
are fee-paying, any parent who |
intends to give his son secondary |
education has to face the question
of fees. It is not then unreason-
able to suggest a government
sponsored and subsidised prepara-
tory school at which government
scholarships could be awarded,

Some of you will dislike the
idea since you will resem the
suggestion that at the age of nine
or so you may be deprived of some
of your most promising pupils.
But this is to put the school be-
fore the child—a temptation to
almost all of us. My object in
putting forward this tentative sug-
gestion is certainly not disparage-




academic |
boys,

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of error}



your better I il ike
ie equally unsatisfat
of Sacrilicing your
Gard to your intellige
rernaps I labour the
much. 1 am predisposed
academic training, and I am at
present responsible for an aca-
Gemic school. I therefore tend to |
see educational problems from i
that angle of vision, and may wel:
be blind to other angles. It may be
that this duality of purpose can be
resolved more simply; it may be
that streaming in itself will pro-
vide a satisfactory synthesis, but
1 feel suré that it is worth while
considering many of the burning
questions which at present con-
cern you in the light of this analy-
sis. If my method of stating the
problem has offended you I crave
your pardon and plead sincerity
of purpose as my excuse.
Leaving this controversial issue,
on which I have lingered too long,
let me return again to the major
principles of our profession. We
have to do so many things that the
task indeed seems formidable. By
our personal examples as well as
our more formal teaching, we
have to produce the right citizens
for a Barbados of the future We
have to found our work on Christ-
ian values; and, never losing sight
of that essential foundation, we
have to provide all of them with
the opportunity to develop his or
her special talents. And yet, we
have to remember ‘Brave New
World’ and beware of planning
too minutely; of treating the
child as a pawn on the chequered
board, who can be moved from
square to square as seems good to
us his elders, and neglects that
individual personality which is
his inalienable right. We have to
steer between the devil of over-
regimentation and the deep sea of
unco-ordinated effort. If we suc-
ceed few will give us credit, and

ourse

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ease for loiterir was MIXED CARGO Step In Right Direction _*-S. Panter, 3,616 tons, from London
adjourned until D 2. os : —- ; One Ele me ntary School teacher {4 D. & 2 Ms cma Consigne
£5 DAMAGES: The Canadian Cruiser which said that the step taken by Gov- ss ee, GE Meine eee a
AGES : arrived in port from Montreai ernment ‘ n the right direc- Kitt } Captain R. Dootson. Cor
. on Saturday brought a large cargo MR..TELFORD HEWITT, President of Eton rts on 1b presents a tiom* and expressed the hope that acd Da Costa & Co. Ltd
In the Assist: - ‘ eit & large Cé . ane sein 5 ; : ; DEPARTURES
of mixed goods to the island gift to one of the child n d to ’ ty held on it Was only the fore-runner to — Highlander
esterday, in GR 7 ee . ‘ ; ameink es : os 7 igh lane for St. 1
x Vv : 396 tierces of pickled meat and Saturday by the Eton Club for members and their friends similar scheme He said that in M.\ B. Radar for Trinidad
oo 1,075 cartons of evaporated milk “~~—— . . every school, there were to be Pahaian nore for, Domintes

schell cont
His Honou:



: ny ~~ wm 1 l , Canadian Cruiser for St. Vincent
were the main items of s ship’s ~~ . . found a number of children whose Yacht The inl oh . ;
ce ges Other € aoe x ae : ona 2 Eton S 290rls receptive capacity was below that Yacht ‘ e ie . = nag
argo included 484 oO ers rf s ib for St. Lucia
we



ing Judg« bags of animal feed, 497 casks of ; of the normal child, and it was
of Bridge: ines sh, 83. boxes oF 3 aa 30 $ Cl Db Ti id 1 therefore absolutely necessar) 2, "2°
damages to cases orp wultry. 125 silier oF caus. Xmas Party u oO ¢ that they should receive special Se au ell

Dalkeith, S
in which he «
from Nice!

v0 bags of flour and a large attention, DEPARTURES BY BWIA

Pe . A fatl who | be ery FOR T
hipment of cotton piece goods. Partv a evens Wao nag been very OR TRINIDAD
vr ‘ ed wit sults ler the DEC, 14
The ship also brought a shipment At Pk t , with results under t! D
s ; I an “ sen -,

Wester M. Gibst C. Dodson, §































































































Christ Church ( Christmas trees, Local agents oe eae Re ; Nightengale, R Da H. Davi A
knocked hin for the Cruiser are Gardiner Aus- ; On Sati afternoon, Eton (A ~ i aah, N ton 4 eee Rh. Seren, Bats
bieyele on | he tin & Co., Ltd. B tenet the rainy afternoon, Sports Clu ilded in the Christ- tan, Sec } th oat ae erect Warcreale Lice ~
night of April yea a A lie sottlers Ltd's annual Christmas mas season with a party for mem- Mente on taking this very ime ee vtarone A. Garcia, & it
Mr. G. b. Niles apposed in the MONEKA’ FOR DOMINICA Party held on Sunday at their bers, and their friends at “Arch- Portant step. It js already long x, nuitey, C. Avaynard '
shh att re x plant was a jolly affair. Attend- lle” re ri x¢ overdue ine rope tha us FOR GRENADA
Court of Appeal ibbs. Colin The motor vessel Moneka sailed ance numbered over 160. T - d~ ville’, Sergeant's: Village, scheme will be pursued annually DEC. 14
Chapman told t! ¢ ) ; ‘ ance numbered over 160. This in- P | 27,
Pp . over the weekend for Dominica cluded 61 childre Phis ¢ 1. until there are enough teachers , Preudhomme, S. Preudhomme, 1
he was on Dal } > : ided 61 children. This is the The party, which ended after earwood, C. Gehbbe, D. B >
es weh a Jarfre cargo of mixed second Christmas given by Bot- 11 p ‘J 1. Christmas music, “0°, are specially trained in the penjar ; aes ,
10.30 p.m., on products. This cargo included tlers Ltd. for their staff. ' ce va rn of ch sukene mgitts, teaching of “backward” children.’ FOR SADHDAD
knocked de wn by rum, lard, potatoes and sugar. vathonhers rn ; ic : ia, i He said that the system of Age DEC, 1
he regain: ciot The Moneka is under the com- Members of the staff who are ’ ariiex in five Seaton = Grouping could be made to work ae a fe Spe “ V. Dookie, T
rc ‘ ‘ arri = s . = é I I 1 § T i . em- | wre ; 4 On
learnt that Gibbs was the 1 mand of Captain R. Hudson and Married brought their wives and ites eiaeg.. HAS Str oh tee ee more successfully, if certain thodi- Gomez’ M. Gomer. ag neueley %
the bicycle. He asked Gibbs if it xcal agents are the Schoon- Children, single men—a friend ves a ore , “ fications were made, and he hoped MeNe P. Farah, C. De Melllac. 1}
: s dozen invited children of the dis- }
was drunk and |} aid no. er Owners’ Association. This year’s party was twice as trict. Games were played ; nd re- that Government wo ld take op- Smeon, C. Ayers, J. Piper, F. Lewis, N
Affer the accident he could not _ large as the one last year, for the oe ae : 3 ayed an re= sortunity under the Five Year Tess H. Bernard, A. Codrington
> 27 wm freshments were eee There FOR VENEZUELA
wal roperly and had to attend a FOR ST. LUCIA plant now works non-stop with ,, . . ~. Plan to implement some of the x 3
d e + : t . peel as three staff shifts ; were also Christma rols fol- t uirements nece B. I M oA
tor. > i 1 , va z sta ‘ . re ourger ec om s sceS- teneja Irbaneja, M ro
Wad tie rf - a eS t — aon a} The Canadian Highlander left lowed by the distribution of gifts ne ty thi si doned Gh tha-avateen, .Lariieeul’ tl Avery M. Laro R
earns about pov a week. for St. Lucia over the weekend. Coloure res cad i . one to each child. , Jordana, J. Bilboa, A, Bilboa, a. Bilboa
™ 4 } pac v ‘ oloured streamers and balloons > *
Ena Chapman said t Gibb R. Puig-Core, L, S
twas riding the | casa Ang vessel arrived in port on criss-crossed the office—the scene 1 ‘ ¥ Mora, M. M Y Ard un E reunn.
g the bicycle t and Friday ; adie 7 4 . a - 5 1 — T , ra ora rdila, E. Cubi
when he hit her husband there ones with cargo for the island of the part. A life sized replica New Church At lan, I, Sanchez, R. Carrasquero, M
light Scent Stee ceo other Caribbean territories. of Father Christmas and a large and served drinks and ice cream aousnrt A. Paschen M, Paachen,. 3
was no light ©; Pace AS er Cargo included limacol from decorated Christmas Tree sur- assist Se tt a Acti ft. Chri oc: Ss "ves U . V illage Vallenitia, “A. Briceno |
the collision her husband fell in British Guiana and pickled meat rounded with OMeEni #at ix on am is office sta wrist- z argc ants 1 £ FOR BR. GUIANA |
the gutter. from Trinidad. Captain P. C, Fin- corner of the office.. Desk-tops See ater was, eupanets BY 8 Wer ten workmen were yester- R. ‘Welch, G. Welch R. Ellis, 8. |
Dr. Vaughan who attended to lay is the master of the vessel covered with white table cloth Ane { vs prbeiing: hi tha new Pilgrim Grslgie, P. Bayley. M. Smith, F. Raison
Colin CHapman at the Casualty of which is consigned to Gardiner were filled wi stan ‘at csoke ‘ a ee is LR lated ts I a nie ies ova IE Sos B. Smith, M, Parker, R, Fowler, W
the G 1 Hos l > rs + x . ; ith plates of cakes, Ate 5.30, M Ronnie Gittens Holine Church at Sargeant’s Vil- Baron, M. Baron, G, Pollard, D. Chap
e Genera Hoes ital, s 1 th i Austin & Co., Ltd. patties, sweets etc., while in an- and Mrs. Cyril Weatherhead, wives lage The building which was man, G. Priaulx, C) Williams, CG. will
there were bruis¢ on the right other corner was the bar. Mr. of two of the directors of the com- starte i early in November is due /8™*, A. MacWaters, M. MacWaters, H, |
Jeg and Chapman complained of rae C. T. Ray, Manager of the plant pany handed out presents to the to be completed sometime in "®t" 1 Goddard |
ain in the middle of the back. the Police and at the Police Station acted as z ok Maha Ie , c uy §
Be inj n ; . : acted as Master of Ceremonies, children, Februat ARRIVALS PROM VENEZUELA
e injuries, however, were not identified the duck as her prop- By LAY !
serious. They could have been erty. Ree - si : December 4 ;
caused by 4 Sgt. King attached to Central e ete * mh is? iy I z ” Nate ene Mi see i A ; hin
In confi: 5 t} decisic Police Station prosecuted for the | b M SON | e { Bb: | « | . val, S Garcia, N. Rrgentini, R. Staccioli
Their Honow: said that it ; Police. im er a IsSsSION (ne our alr ya OS J. Barron, M. Barron, ¢ (inoco, A
Tinoco, C. Tinoco, A, T. Tinoco
clear that there was some element 2 Sy nee . )
: ' BICYCLES STOLEN : : a i ARRIVALS & BY B.W.LA
of neégligen: e and the result of @ From Page 5, can be avoided. However, in times The result was that the buyer FROM TRINIDAD
Si Hemerlicence, Chapman was Theophilus St. Clair of Deane’s portant for the Caribbean in gen- Of Scarcity, the snag was that -had to cancel his contract and the w& vea Se otadard, 1. Goddara,
down Village, St. Michael, reported yes- eral and British Guiana in p jr- Neither ane pro er nor the con- shipper showed a total lo: B Go id wd D {Soddard, G May D
) BAD LANGUAGE : ty that his bicycle valued at ticular, to seek ways of using SUMer could easily afford to wa Freight Ships 1’ devel, Vt Raceen te acvae S
- } " which he left at a meat depot Mora. It would satisfy the con- ! the timber to dt It was ol He promised that when he re- Spence, P. Hernes, EB. Cumberbatch
H Wors ) “os G. * ith at Cheapside, St. Michael on Dec. sumer and produce revenue fot viou that capital w ied up and turns to Liverpool, he would look 3 Attin, J! ere ra. G. Jer pings, 3
736)" Of S Biati 1ed will. SE i act 13 was stolen, British Guiana. interest charges accrued while the jnto th possibility of obtaining Rah" B. » 2 . N. La ‘
(36) peeaion “5 erie Ps bee ie RE 24 The Major interest in British “™ber was drying, but under nor- one or two ships to operate and
ng peeves language David Reeves of Eagle Hall, St. z peel hyp: i ahi : : v = eas
for | | languag H ; ‘ mal conditior where good prac- | : FROM VENEZUBLA
r : n 1 ‘ ns hic -yole onduras, Mr. Scott said, “is to ae ee . shad help’ the inter-Caribbean freight a
n Stree about 11950 a.m. Michael, reported that his bicycle ~ tices were followed that I ith December
bay 14 which he left in the doorway of Stimulate the use of the less known : nt th aerrreh) seen iy nov situation, Suse Kulka, Tina, Kulka, Roberto I ‘
} : » Cott . ry Street. woods such as Santa Maria, be- Preve® l@ use of properly dried Kulka, Carlos Schmeichler, Carlos,
on The fine is to be paid in seven the Cotton Club, Spry Street, on ause their I : 3 ars e- timbet He said that the cost of freight Richard Schmeiehler, Alfred Schmeich
@aysor one month's imprisonment December 13 was stolen, He val- Cause their mahogany is already aes atic ox. ler, Elisabeth Palmer man Palmer,
pe sah 5 Sa tantnetan eC being exploited to the full. On the question of shipping, NV at the moment seemed to him CX wiv Gonzalez, Luisa Gonzales, Clara
1 , ied the bicycle at $91 I I , Mr.
with hard mur. he case was t daha lh Referring briefly to their meet- J. L. Richardson, the Commercial ©! ionally high and practically Gonzalez, Dolores Pena, George Freyet
Bae Po! Ses pmemee. | re Another bicycle was stolen from ing with the Local Lumber Com- Member of the Mission said that Uf proportion in the Caribbean, muth, Ani Prevermuth, tudy Breyer. | et
: Sydney Stamler of Hastings, Christ mittee, Mr. Scott said that the the general ¢ I has been “ea. As as example, he sald, jennifer Hatch, Donald’ Hatch a fs". you'll be one of
E DUCK Church on December 13. He left question of grading of pine was that of inadequate s} ipping witt freight from the Caribbean — to pee ; en oueres ‘ores
; s : his ak le outside the house of raised, and complaints of inade- the Caribbean, They had seen one E'S! ceo ibout 4/6 per cubit ie. brane ines a wonderful twosome.
ld Lavine, a speculator of J; Maloney vf Garnett Street, quate lengths were noted. They or two of the discarded U.S. Lat foot, whereas inter - Caribbean GRENADA ’ ‘
Road, St. Michael, was C The bicycle was valued at a] mart | probleme aris~ ing craf cmiek a eer freight is at the rate of 3/2 per _ 1th December You'll both be in the best
; ; H Ww : 0 also went into the problems ari rafts beir used for freis f 8. BiMop, B. Callender, W. Thorpt
il orship Mr. ¢ ; ; oe Sen : , : cubit fone: 3 hop ; ‘ rorppe r ;
1 / ing from the use of green or un- between British Guiana nd f G. Luck, W. Seheibe, D, Scheibe, A designed, best lookin
Bee rith yesterday of stealing ‘Da rnley Collymore of Bush Hall geasoned pine. Such troubles, Venezuela Howavat : rhe foreseeable difficulty, how- .shitlingford 8 j &
; it alas a ed | lowever, it would
a belonging to Gloria Archer St, Michael, reported the larceny he said, could be avoided if the desirable to have regular stea: ever, was the question of return po best wearing swimwear
on mber 1 nd was ordered pf six galvanise sheets valued at ’ : freight : 4 FROM TRINIDAD
be : fet : ; eae. ; wae d at jumber were properly stacked employed in the trade to help [eisht. It was natural that Ship Lith December ’ .
3 1ay . I you've ever seen. For
to @ fine of 30/- in 14 days Or $16 from his yard on December 14. \, 3 q see gaas e planks shippe ping companies would not be anx- R. G C, Asharp, J. Deddyay, L. | ,
‘mont! Ras . rat with batons between the plank ppers. I 1 si Me 5 pes :
one s imprisonmen - f . : ‘ — 4 an . ( ( t g , asi var is ichardson, a ) | ’
F Henry Niblock of Flint Hall, St. ~ a air on pass ae They noticed particularly that t os Ane zs I a ONE WAY, goortt atten, ‘Gastarey SC Souter, L Jantzen has something.
vho lived in the same ichaet . rte. at seven fowlg through the stacks. nis could be +4 ar larly n nd Te 1 empty ere WAS 4 Rawlin Ww Oliver, A. Hamblin, B
‘Areher Ww ie ed pt »™ chaei, reported that 5 en f jone Hata he o try of When they visited the Bartica Tri- short seriod during whict o Berry, D. Smith, Maynard | And you can have it, too,
district as Lavine, mis k* which hg had in his yard some- done either in the country, ingle in British Guiar t , $ aris ARRIVALS — BY B.W.LA |
and after ia g told some g by time between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m. on origin or after receipt in Bar- joe.) otiSo Guiana, a num~ citrus fruit was shipped—between PROM ANTIGUA | if you shop soon.
@ Neighbour went to ivine’s December 14, were stolen bades. aks " , Ete were going May and August, and it naturally December 1 |
. king . 7 5 to ruins in the in after they had would mean a loss of time for any M. Sargeant v. W. Tiesel, O. Evan. |
house and saw him plucking the Wis Pulabtars aaaiine Ibvantls Green Lumber arrived at the shipping point too shipping éottouny obs Ghainters wh Shervington, D, Smith, 'V, Smith,
feathers from a dead ene vid . ay ; He emphasised that the monet a) bs to cbtaih eine” PI eee pany operating inter ‘y"smith, B. Sm.th, D. Smith: G, Smith;
She then reported the er. to. Gauons ane - punere green lumber is undesirable if it freight. land affic. 1, Hodge, E, Gunthorpe J. Bailey



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CLASSIFIED ADS. | MISCELLANTOUS

Operations To »prese i oni sin, iereaalaaiilal
Sa = perauions Loans Fo Representation EXTRA-MURAL DEPARTMEN
oo ee ——— — [ A r

mest, ' enters | FOR Begin At Oc tho Rios ; ‘ ; o At C’ wealth Talks Applicants fo A pry nig terme hes Ree or Teachers’
) ; raning Scholarships at the Universit ollege of th st
NEW YORK, The Colonies ( ( : | should consult the Resident Tutor (Extra-Mural Department, Beckles











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; rom Our Own Correspondent) P
} g. ¥ of Re ids ad cs Road, Tel 53 and 2050) for full particulars i information, and
BLACKMAN —On 15th I ber, 19% ATITOMOTIVE d at ne LONDON a a LONDO! es hesiq | for Application Forms for Admissior Applicants for Government of ;
Henr a A tenaned era = { The Colonie are xpected to Mr. J. } ampbell, e ndia F = z oie . : . 5
leaves fre te residence Saint! CAR—One « ' the official open- } ¢ se Hit to Committee Chairman today com- Barbados Exhibitions must complete both Application Forms for :
David's Road oo _ mining operations” thé : onal for the mented on the exce lent manner in' Admission and Application Forms for Exhibitions (the latter are ;
cr Ocho Rios, Jamaica, ¢ capital needed to finance their de- Wich Colonial interests, and par-| obtainable from the Director of Education). 1
<_Biack nifrea B rm ee wary 9 velopment scher ticularly those of the West Indies 16.12.52.—1n. 3
1 (chiidre Blackr CAP:--One waa tr Rick Rey + orld Bank loans, estimated t had been safeguarded at the Com- 1
Oe meandentiars gor NOTICE Mr Ric hard Reynolds said the wid Ba ns, estimat to ® S 7 ae Ln ig
é |Company’s Jamaican subsidiary— £15 million, are expected to monwealth Cc ee: one Fe ne
\ -—————— | e 4 NOTICE eret that Reynoids Jamaica Mines, Ltd.— made shortly to Central and said, was due wo * ne BOM repre
ns er B t will be sady | ypleted the instal- £@st_Africa. And a mission from sentation which the West Indies |
THANKS fi iste the goth. di ' D ames tation " f ee am in 4 ailitien the Bank will shortly be visiting had had in the persons of Mr.|
ileage t he 29t ' ecembe t 1 oO : t ‘ : ’ : x .
| days .n¢ es roe at Ocho Rios ahi i ACLUUES Wost Africa with a view to future Grantley Adams cond Mr Albert |
nena ener | jer of the Board of ‘Directors.)° se lo. »perat s Gomes. They had ensured that | - $$ <—$$<<
aan wit ator ULLMAN ST Tomy |" Gast tits Bieter to Desert" Reynolds Metals worked in clang P*” SPTESNONS the Colonies would be protected | RTS
edge eC ‘ € » . Dp: ance SRRID niuncti - “ae on 7 E
a athy lered the the eo PI ag an Mer gigs Py i CORRE te junction with Jamaican The Colonial Secretary gas em- in a manner which at one time rd The M/V. “CARTBBEE” will
recent, be ent RRADSHAW é MP AN gorreae ; Government in researt h a hasised that World Bank loans had not thought possible. | NEWS FLASH cept Carge 4 Foussapess for
Neils Re t tt Hal : fn ‘icaenliiancenecimnmamiia ho led to the development of the e likely to play an increasingly In an exclusive interview Domin.ca, 4 ua, ontserrat, ,
12.52—Ir |" a 7 y A ‘i a pp y . and 5 5 P
: suit fee att asidunan ' NOTIC E jaluminium ore deposits on the important part in financing Colo- Campbell said the United fea: hn oe on Kitts. Sailing
MURRELI—T re of ce SO ee one 7 a HERFERY GIVEN ‘rahe it ta. the island for commercial use, he nial development schemes because dom and the Dominions had re-| Your Diary for 1953 nan i
Elfrida Murre army oad, St tevey, Gi Y the \ f the h of erted of the inability of the London membered the colonies: that the! | The M/V. “MONEKA” will
thil ret the sincere thank to| . ° oe : ‘ 1 . +h y * J T )
a ; Sea tia aaarit ¥ George in this Island ¢ anal The ore to be extracted at Ocho ¢pit 11 market to supply all their people i one had al BROWNE'S NAUTICAL e ept Carao and Pameogers St
1s, cards, or in any way|~ a nai a Bill authoris roa % Rios, he explained, will be shipped "es standard of living that neede ’ : h
ympathy with them in thei ~ ELECTRIC CAL in al aiken ee Eernalion 2 rr han > te re. ae rape Commenting on the possibility support and that in return they | ALMANAC Nev
‘ eavement, caubed 1 eran —mmeerwe : : - Jenable the Veg to « 1 ex-| be cessed into al . of inereased World Bank lending could make an important contri-! CHURCHILL'S VOL. V B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’
death of their loved one Elfr.da who 3ATTERY TESTERS High d'scharge | tensive watts’ to - jbe processed into aluminium the he Col The Economist thi he C ari da’ ASSOCIATION (INC.),
fel asleep or December 2 is sae | Bate Testers and Pola dicat je {to erect a Communal Batt i| first step in the manufacture of ng nekee1 ne the = the hots 1 Aubre) urrel thusband) zertride suitable > Garus t Dial £ Latrine dp h alur i week $s 0 1 e a ) whole Z ‘ rd =
Burke (sister), Lt = ton Murr ; son, | Dac 1 Co., Ltd., Electrical Dey Dated this 15th da ais . A Mar. Reyes ids said that both the terest charge on the Bank’s loans On points made in the joint B.W.1, SCHOONER OWNERS’
Trinidad Mrs. Kathleen Git ns (daugh 10.12.52--61 CARRIN( & SB/ | TENS Sree ee 1€ .mounts to 4% per cent, and since cemmunique issued yesterday by | At ASSOCIATION (ING.)
Murrell igrandson!. Iris Mildred ‘Daniel | ~GARRARD—3-Sp te ht Pir eres | british Government and local :his is relatively high, the Colonies Mr. Gomes and Mr. Adams, Mr.\lf JoHNSON'S STATIONERY ee re ae
Mu (grands 2 ' 7ARRA b matic Record ae » re 7 , ares - § } v
sister, Demerara 16.12.52—In| Changers. just. received, a limited . | amuaice an. Government are in= will be anxious to raise money in Campbell said he was entirely in 5s | 6.12.52
“ere Pr pens ae, eS eee eee es le ®\terested in developing . thestoncon rather than from the Bank agreement with them. ‘The, value |" e-seeeeeeAS SASSI AALS |
3 wu. §2—t.{.n ] economy of the island, as well as ey n sand sanctity of Imperial Prefer-
on RENT ——— arid OR LICENSE NOTICE as if and 1 r= |
a | JUST RECEIVED the new 5 and 6 tube | The appleation of Austin L. Tudor ccelerating tourist travel in the a ; i \ : 1" bm ence must be maintained and there |
PYE RADiO, Featuring Bandspread on | hopkeeper of My Lord's Hill, holder ot | Caribbean, arty ig Shea My ie 7 Pie cowd be no relaxation however Tabata at solapshinl Sod YW Jy
_-———————————————— — Jai short-Wave Bands. P. C, 8, Maffei | Liayor Licer { 1952, granted to sumably be made in Gales, 4 1€ Srent the bait offered. |
Ltd ype . f board and ” continu an ondon °* PEP yer
. ; 59 slvanize d.M i y re : a ao i ~ — -
HOUSES Fs. ee taliate | r Joao le"! Red China Offers ill no doubt be anxious that pro- «“There could be no greater | por i ti a
—_—_- — : aaa Belle jects that need dollar equipme nt catastrophe to the B.W.1. at this ac
J sap saxt Rt ld be financed in this way— itical stage in their development | Ae ee ee ee eee eee ee ——_—_—-
FARAWAY—Fully furnished | - TUR is | OR ms } mn eas Sat shouk i his wa} critica
room house, St. Philip coast | FURNI E : Sind ae iain ube t Lo Re er provid they are prone that , than being sacrificed = the wee NADIAN SERVICE
plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2) — - - “Ieee: v ee should reap sufficient, and if pos y benefit of multilateral and “C j wus iE iti es at
Bervent rooms. Monthly rent 960 plus| FURNITURE—Three pi ree To: GRIFFITH, Esq J P 7 . - eae i Te aos oat. eer wee 4 qe ee From Montreal, Halifax and Saint John.
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial upholster set which we prize Mie hare , ap risoner ‘ o- we ‘eet th aeeee aT a “pressed
76 1.11,52—t.i.n.|the Exhibition. Apply ' VOLIE . | tional ar earnil to meet the Mr. Campbell also expresse Expected Arrival
pecieieeees aes | Pine Gap, Upper Collyn LMAR aman GENEVA, Dec 2 dollar t char involved. the opinion that the “no new pre- . nie aiie Halifax St. John Dates Barbados
NEWHAVEN — Fully furnished 4-bed an N.B.—This application will be cor | It has been learned that Cor- : . k ference” clause of G.A.T.T. should | 5S) «suNDIAI = De. oe 48 Decemper
3 Ser el teams, Lighting plant Water: a POUL’ [ered at_a Licensing Court to be held at munist China h offered to 1 iere seem to be plenty of} ). eliminated and that a system) ss. “A VESSEI *) 6 Jan 3 Jan 24 Jenuaey
2 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, ater- es lot nadie nun une as vite i re- a Sond oul satisfy both - oe ‘ i a - Jan 3 Jan a January
rill supply. Monthly rent $78 plus §3 POULTRY Loman a7 eS ton trt*s| patriate 30,000 Jap e through es SHRe STICK e 2 , of long-term contract of markets - —
tleaning charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial] “Sonrany a weeks old 60 ae | catap) ; A } plan worked out by ‘ ese and ayes eats Prime Min- | 22d prices for B.W.1. prima U.K. SERVICE
4 wee ole 50 ear rel a - aa bee " oe, o Comr tr rime ~i a se . . Ww ¢ iver
4478. 3 $3—t£n. | ick @ and 5 months old $3.50 and $3.00 a B. GRIFFITH, Japs inese Red C1 eties e Co om sey a atid aoe ducts ae be retained From Newport, Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow
“leach, Imported Leghorns Cocks $5.00, Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist A oa eee Isle we? We oe velopec és . Expected Arrival
1 aera Mi: Phi Steves, crerainene ientouth Rock Cocks. $5.00, Walmer 16.12.52—in The» ae lo ure came from thé ,.,,; omie problems r cently, are P sealant New port Swansea erpool Glasgow Dates Barbados
, = . wr 454 | Cottage, Two Mile Hill. Telephone 3071. | ————-— - Secretary General of the League oypected to name the Bank as one | SSSSSSS'4 | 5 an (i ingucemen}) 21 Noy, 30 Nov 16 December
14.12.52—3n Se ‘ , ee t t S.8 N. O
asiki ee ee > 16.12 in LIQUOR. LICENSE TIC E of Red Cross Societi at the of main irces of develop- \ ROGENAES 8 De 12 Dec 19 Dec 33
~ie + f ———$—$—$———— « t + . ’ : s ce - § 2 . a
= ES c ee airy. all jae application a Reyr iS. Weekes | League's Execut' ve Committee ment capital for the Common- Tuk i 1 "" E t es i ues
modern conveniences. Reasonable rental of Marehfield, St. Philip, for permission}! Gonferenée us te, pamnions BSC ith at large So far as the} r TT i TRADER Early January Mid Jan Early Feb:
Lucas Street. Dial 3315 LIVESTOCK to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c ynierense now } os teen Ne cer eer, a amass, 4 4 /-* | ’ 5 arly February
14.12.52—3n 7 ibe board and shingle shop with The Secretary said “This news Colonies are conce rned, however ve
“PIGS_12) Two young sow pigs out of| roof at Marchfleld, St. Philis reached us in cable : e Ja- the British Government has al- | SHOP PE 06 Ben sh eee eee
TO APPROVED TENANT the Mental Hospital breed. Just suitable Dated th.s 15th day of Dece 1952 sd Or ” i that- ready the way for increased , r g, Rotterdam an ndon
BUNGALOW —On coast; For one year. | for b PD ApMiy, to D'Arcy A }To:A. W. HARPER Esq panese Red Cross.” He added that reacy pt yas Bank by extending {
Delightful surroundings, all convenien- | ecott Elmo, Cavell Avenue ads Ag. Police ristrate, ! the Chinese Red Cross has told the loans from the = 1% 2 hipedtan ‘Aartwal
ces, English lady, well furnished, per-|yees. Dial 3674 16.12 3n Dist |J upanese Red Cross it is willing ‘ts § iarantee of tota orrowings ; Exquisite French Hamburg Rotterdam London Dates Barbados
manent home. Suitable 2—8 persons. No| _ PERCIVAL BASCOMBE ito help repatriation.—U.P from £50 million to £100 million. f ba “SUNAMELIA” 5 Dec. 7 Dec. 11 Dec 27 December
children. Phone 8350 or Box XX. C/o for Applicant. » help repé 7 7 re Perfumes s.s. “ALF LINDEBERG” fe 13 Jan De *s Senrdar:
Advocate Advtg. Dept MECHANICAL | N.B.—This application will be consid hy } . ; y
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yiving credit to my wife, CL YRENE Palm Tree Butter 25tb Tins, 5!b Tins, and
ERNESTA SMALL (nee Forde) as I do} llth Tins. W. M. FORD, 35, Roe Ss LIQUOR ‘LICEN E NOTICE


























1 h ible for her or| Dial 489 16.1 The application of Elaine sarrov z ; ae 7
EAE Se clad " Samtraltion Pony atit on ee = | shopkeeper of Grants Gap, Weatbury rd.) light bomber will make its debut &
debts in my name \nless by a written] COATS — One Ladies Black Winter St. Michael, for permission to sell Spirits, | flight soon. Be as ilt be We have the ideal
Seder slened by me Coat. One Lad.es Black Spring Coat.| Malt Liquors, &c., at a board and The new pla is a modified e B-66 and Martin built), * & STEAMSHIP. COMPANY, INC
MARCUS SMALL, For Particulars Dial 2344 eh ngle ence with sbeesned att hed atl} | ansitnn of the i a weptwing B-57 are two light bombers which s 5 f
Gite Hall Had, 2.20—an, | Unoer’ Westbury ha. St. Michae tie, Mass s Ee Sus A : CHRISTMAS GIFT &
st. M chael, i Barbados ——___-—_-~-— ae Dated this 15th day of December, 1952,]twin jet attack plane Airforce the Airforce will use to re place Ss 3 ‘A 5 c is
4.12. S2—2n.| CHERRIES IN MARASCHINO—De-|To:—F. A. McLEOD,: Esa aid it bas speeds up to 700 mph, the conventional B-26 light bomb- = & € NADIAN SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
| ticious Moirs Marasch:no Cherry Choco Police Magistrate, 1” on itis , ‘ n Korea. The B-26 also|i#™@ » forthe C HILDREN ‘
lates in 1-Ib attractive boxes, Price 15/- Dist. "A" | The Airforce previously dis- €rs now in ores yar

Ie We refer to our large va~ SOUTHBOUND KIM ALCOA = CORONA Kmâ„¢M
. | BR riety of Beautiful decorated § PARTNER
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" Bruce Weatherhead Ltd “ELAINE BARROW,~ | closed that it ordered some recon- is U ed for reconnaissance,
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paper, flown to wou the same week of 16.12.52—2n RB. A. MeL EOD, » Brower Bridge Limited Passenger Accommodation Available
publication, Dial 0103 and obtain stib= | emmsneswsernnnnenen enemas Police Magistrate, Dist. “A . e 5)

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All the above at 52c. each;
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Sunday Times Correspondent in Barba- te in Drums. Nu Jol, Paraffin OU,| ~~
dos 13.12. 52—6n oumns and Pails. Fiit Sprayers, Fit] LIQUOR LICENSE
allons, Qrts, Pints and ‘% Pints Flit The lication of r Toe q 1p
Aerosol, Fiit ‘Powder. Esso Fundy Oil,| shopkeeper of Lodge Hill, St. Michael WLECT THESE

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For further information apply: Da COSTA & CO., LTD.; Phone 2122.

NEW YORK SERVICE (EVERY FOUR WEEKS)

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7 Liquors, &¢., at a board and shin gle shop ‘
Nits Don Sponges, Spark Plugs, Brake Fluid..| 4: Pipers Hill, Lodge Hill, St. Michael 1% Varnishes, Enamels, Paints,
“Tt Sandpaper, Stee! Wool.

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SVENT ‘Short | Woollen RANDOLPH BULLEN

“Chesley”, | Evening Coats, lovely for this cool ‘Applicant
One pair ef spectacles from ot Pikes weather. $17.00, The Modern Dress ie each pplicar









Hart's Gap, Hastings on 15.12.5 4 . ea application will be consid Pans Orchids oy iY ¥) we oon
Shoppe, Broad Street 14.12.52—3n ‘ % ans rchids
will be suitably rewarded on return to | 5 ered at a Licensing Court to be held at Ms -
Miss D. Taylor. 16, 12.52-—1n Police Court, District “A”, on Monday, | % tects Girl NEW ORLEANS SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY)
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of the latest types off Qejock, a.m ’ The above ; de ack
American evening bags. Imitation gold : ¥ 2 7 e above at 84c. each
y Xmas Time I wire cage bags- peri gold ana ‘gt iver Police main es x and 2 ” rf ROS RABOUND ABCHAN:
is bags-lovely brocaded and velvet evening : 16. 12.52—<1n % Chataver Port, Sherry % Glory of Garden GELOS ARNETA EVROS
Happy Time bags. From $4.77 to $7.98, The Modern Pee ae ‘ ¢ ampagne, Port, * 5 % Ben Lomond ro rs een .
. ‘ Dress Shoppe, Broad Street Yocktail, P , Whisky RO nen ic rae A RLE, 4 Dec, 18 Dec
Mr. Therm's 14 12 52—3n. ‘ tla * % Cocktail, Pony hisky, R Cornish Coast MOBILE & Dec. 20 Dee ;

52 , 2 . Jan
happy _ ND " PURLIC “SALES x Liqueur, Half Pint Glasses. x Broadway NAMA ae al Dec. 25 Dec a Ja on Teh.
because GRAPE JUICE—Alymer Grape Juice % % Bowl of Flowers + f 20 Dec. 4 Jan. § Jan.

in bottles. Apple Juice in Tins, also ke s Pretty Girl .
he makes Tomato Ketchups WM. FORD. 35, x % 2 retty Gir ; sacht For further information apply ROBERT THOM LTD. Phone 4238
everybody hapPy | Roebuck St. Dial S489 16.12.52—2m REAL ESTATE | We beg to inform our j > All the above at 1.32 eac =
you'll find him “HAMS—Cana only sitar! ees | Customers that our < a wn of the Guard
ee there’s| australian Pienics 6 to 8, Cooked Hams| ———————————_——_ % Stores will be closed S13 1.68 eachya: Sound tful sl *
Be Tins 2% to Tih W. M. FORD. Dial CAR-—Chev 7 ci 1 bel & on Saturday 27th | % - . restful sleep is v#tal for your health and ‘os it
, 25, Roebuck St 16.12.52—2n| seen at Waterworks Office > cats . ” } BSS Windjannuar ; so . . . . and prosperity
GAS COOKER eenae Offers received up 1 able | % December. | % | Be riowers 4 Secure one of our—
HAL LS’ WINE, 12 6 eac h, The Original 27th Garrod, Stafford House, ison. | > % 1 = The above at 2.16 each A
RR ee eg 1 in | ~~ | |\} IRON BEDSTEADS WITH
this wine and its powerful temic reuteanks | ates —~ - » i . l tem NG
tive ect. will be felt at once, it] LAND—2 Lots of land adjoining each | $ = incoln ie
OUR USUAL banishes that tired feeling. Good for| ot containing respectively 11,600] 9 ® | Old Curiosity Shop tier and give yourself the necessary luxury of sound, restful slee
Old Folks. Bruce Weatherhe sd, Limited, {square feet and 12,072 square feet situ-| 9} 3 sS The above at 2.40 each : ; » res sleep.
Agents for Halls' Wine lh 52-—3n, jated at Blue Waters Terrace Rockle %, | e - a ee tee.
(Made from the Pod} ——_—$—_—____—_ Apply s % | aga Metal Cash Boxes complete CENTRAL EMPORIU
INFLATED RU aoe TOYS—A _ nice COTTLE, CATFORD & CO ; 8 LIMITED st with key filled Ww ithe M
assortment in large sze Elephapts, 11,12.52—6n.) & 5 Toffee at 4/-, 6/6 & 9/- f & r
Camels Clowns. Rabbits and Doss Bn cin lieeceretetie emerson % Broad St. and Speightstown > ; . F-d © ‘
each, The Modern Dress move HOUSE-—Situated or the beac t . 6% | Be , >
4.12 | St. Lawren Apply to K. R. Hunte,| ¥ °LELLLOPPPPPEPEA LD SPAS PEP PCCSE SPOOF EA ee nm we 2 = ALSO GE
Telephone 8137 or 4611 s- ne gone gat a nip :
PYJAMAS—Little Boys’ Pyjamas —— | , ! 12.12.82—-t.f.1 WAN NE OETRININIAD BAPNZA "Sls. that family of children
ls 3 to 6 years. Well ade in fa herent - —— - = we have a beautiful 5-lt
colour cotton material, $2.16 The | The undersigned will offer for sale Xf # — ~ 4 Zound tir Toffee for 14/-
Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street. {their office No. 17 High Street, Bridge CHRIST) {AS EVE Sr n n of Toffee for 1
14.12 n. town, on Friday, the 19th day of De c IV

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is now ready be obtained from R. M. Jones & Co. |belonging, containing 2 acre roods, 23 | SA AND for 5/6 Certified P i j
Lid., White Park, Phone 4784 jperches or thereabout, si 1 at Hinds: | = 9/6. ertified Public Accountant (Ontario)
bury Road, Saint Michae I; A y % : .; 4 : ian
, SHOWCASES—Three mahogany Show-| "The dweilinghouse contains Verandah, | 3% OLD 'y EAR FESTIVITIES Call in and see this beau-j K. R. HUNTE BUILDING
A FACTORY cases. Can be seen at the Advocate|qrawing and d.ning rooms, sitting room, | 4 a) SPiitul display of Toffee for} c
Stationery, Broad Street, 3 bedrooms each with running water 4 lege yourself. rd Lower Broad Street,
28.11.52—1n | Garage, servants’ rooms ar d water mill. | Ss E :
PRY STREET cece Tnepection any day after 12 noon on | AT 2) SS spruce WEATHERHEAD & Barbados.
SPR SKIRTS Nylon permanent Pleated application on the premises iy am | ae bo T ; at
Skirts in Navy, Black, Grey, Green OTTLE, CATFORD & CO | a = = LTD oy emporary Phone 5077
White, Wine, Brown. Only $8.95 The 11.12,52—8n. | 3 2 3 ee: > ee
DIAL 4322 Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street tensa a (she Parbados Aquatic Club an | x Head of Broaq St. & 96.11.52—4n.
14.12 an RETREAT 3 y 3: s Ps BN
i , __ | wastinas ROAD. oppo: PN GRIN TE ORGS PRPS ON
SCALES—500Ib Platform Scales, sturdy] yiew Hote!, cont closec Local & Visiting Members Only = ———— enone
and durable. The General Agene Co..|two public rooms bed . . SS
ar safer ta sara a HERE’S A SLICE OF
2 . _—_—_—lC _ ye to § arate apart M4
With Christmas At Hand BKIRT HANGERS Combination skirt|cenYaup on 12.670 sq. tt nee oes 3 Ss wR A / STRENGTH |
Hangers that will hold about six items] pufiding land. | eal eee witt-be -served—between 7 and 9 p.m SS
on each hanger, like slips, skirts and| wat and electric light services. |age ge (December 24th and 31 Sy
LOOK T0 cn ech hanger, like stir, ete re bree ast servants rooms a * er 24th and FOR SCHOOL
Dress Shoppe, Broad Street Dial 8242 for arrangement to inspec Fr 4 PRICE $3.50 =
14.12. 52-—3n The undersigned wll offe the . Pak CHI
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1 t Campbells, He Alymet.J@t their office, 17 High Street, on | BAY MEN t CHRISTMAS EVE:
Vegetable, Vegetable Beef, Consomme |phursday, 18th December, 1952 | ae Fruit Cocktail =
—_—_—— Tomato, Chicken, Ox Tail and others. COTTLE, CATFORD & co. i ~ ctail
W. M. FORD, 35, Roebuck St. Dial 3489, Solicttors iG Consomme Julliene =
GRAND VALUES in New and 16.18. 08—2n _ = | re aon = '
renewed Vanities and Dressing re Talin Teleal nn Tartar Sauce a:
Tables, Wardrobes, Dresser-robes, SUBSCRIBE now to the Dally Telegraph, | seme mst iw aeaenees y's =
SIMMONS and other Bedsteads, England's leading Daily Newspaper now AUCTION | toast Turkey — Cranberry Sauce tert
Springs, Loaths, Marble Top and arriving in Barbados by Air only a few iz York Ham bd
other Washstands, Cradles, Beds. days after publication in London. Contact tt ‘ X’mas Jug J
TABLES for Dining, Fancy and Ian Gale c/o Advocate o., Lid. Local “By instructions of the Insurance Com SG Sa I aked ¥ =
Kitchen in several shapes and Representative. Tel. 3113. 34,4.0a-t.t.n, [pany, Twill selon Friday ith. at 2 savour sakec am
Sans: = a ge ln se a Md | p.m, ‘at General Motor, "Bus Co., Neis “y f Carrot Ring Ss
Cabinets for China, Bedroom an Dealt ? A a vs ‘ton, Ge ek hy Adie Lc R “
Kitchen, Liquor Cases $5.50, Wag- TINNED FRUIT—Frut Salad, Pears, | Street, 1952 Austin § rer ee oe a Plum Pudding Hard Sav s
gons, Larder Peaches, Apricots, Guavas and Grapes damaged in eASH. Vauxhall Fender } Ice Cream Wafers
- ' rire WM. FORD, 35, Roebuck St. Dial 3489, | months, Terms ©? au Haleins ame “Nuke bd
DRAWING ROOM SUITES and 16.12.52—2n Morr.s Bumper ; 5 McKENZIE talsins and ? §
eepasat pieces in Morris and ae oles a R, ARCHER Mon a Demi Tasse =
other sty Morris Spring and y > , Tank 5 ve 5
Springlike Cushions, Upright, Agog, c a Hassel eed, Phone een vanes . MEMBERS are asked kindly to make their reservations me: -!
Rocking and Arm Caned Chairs oa rity. 2. 52—2r sor 19 possible. a 6
in Mahogany and Birch ” an : Ly 14 18.6 nasi PEE TT OOOO A460 8S" : early as possible. Dial 44 de 3
ger SPLENDID PL Graro- ‘VOSENB"—Ends Dandruff and other CAKE SALE DANCING from 9 p.m. (December 24th and 31st) : }
$14 up, Banjos scalp complaints brings life and lus- | gs i MUSIC by Mr. C. Curwen and his Orchestra Sd {¢
and other Hald tre to the dullest hair, Price 4/6 bot. s ar Soot Waltz, for which Prizes will be give! f
$20 up Obtainable at KNIGHT'S aR ian x MANNING'S CORNER STORE E k Bs vo shoe wecmae: 4 R \
A ie 4 . ON " _— Statue Dance: Balloon Dance: also : oe oR ‘Ee to 1 SS i
i S WILSON WALLETS ~ For Ladies’ Gents and) % ~ a gyal a z holder of the Lucky Tick« S “a
'? . Children. A fine assortment of embossed | ¥, Prott an plain cakes, Conkies, : TTR ACTIVE 1 OON YECORATIONS sa: |
Wallets, many of them with lovely 12 preserves ete &% ATTR AC TIVE BALA R ir at 3 AT \ ‘
SPRY STREET, DIAL 4069 | gecar tions. A wonderful gift ran | (in aid of §, Stephen's Churet | o Ballroom 3 = }
$1.80 to 2.40. The Modern Dre $ 16 a3 §2-—2r % a j ¥ z
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LUCIFAN'S CASTLE ® CANNED FRUIT (Pears —Lge 82 75 COOPERS MARMALADE 72
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jGrapes — Small 44 30 —per Ib 1.94
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“THINKING UP WAYS To GET
TWO BUCKS’ WORTH !

. Tall, well-built M. A. Skeete of while Austin secured a oi |
| the Combermere Second Division personal cost of 21 bow |
‘ If Ii MAT B A team joined the ranks of the few] Brancker took oe for 5 sot
wit ar J . any other}; ‘
| | ib (; ho have scored centuries before There was no play in an) : | petition
Go onours am ul on when he pulverised the] of the matches scheduled to play
ttac \ ga the score
By HARVEY. i Mn Wanderet bowling attack on Following aré
. x 5 em , - «|To the Editor, The Advocate— Ys ‘ le st ; :
CENTRAL C.C. deserve congratulations on th ir win in ~~ Se : nd Playjng st ee | bbe King SIR. I would like to apologige paturday pee ms: rgtieme Combermere vs. Wanderers |
id Shietdn ter: the bados Cricket Association com; ato de Bihe Se peat, Ne Play '© your readers for two errors, one |cemtury. His score - wtaaittenaal at Combermere E
true that they narrowly od being brackete vith ee € ff the Ladies’ Medal Play) i last Sunday's Advocate and the te SOEs RG Seer Combermere 57 and 224 for 7 tition
but in ar they could have lost. nship at the Rockley Golf other in the Advocate’ Christine i total of 123 (Skeets 3, Simmon Mr.' ompettio!
. “at team sj obtaining at this clut nd much of 7; mnipleting the 36-hole test Supplement. The first appeared on Despite this remarkable feat by a th 24. Mr. Glasgow 11; Patter over so
old spirit, | vinstullly a aie n tean tow in’ be total of 7 on mane a the Sport page of the Sunday | Skeete erate 7 t ers a four for 29, Challecombe twe , and win a real prize.
ton > Central grounds, ee , Une stroke Dack W Advocate under the ture of the | for a firet innings lead as Py aie” ker one for 45): i
Cart a magnificent second day effort went all on Elizabeth Vidmer who lead at the |) Mr. Ernie Proctor loadin 7 j ie only able to muster 57 runs | fer = one 132 cal 90 for four : Here's your Turkey, go right}
Wanders ht but they had lost too much grounc 1 salf y mark, while Mi Faye his horse with Mr. Henry Hart of n thelr first venture, to which Wande ere 32 en ae throu,
jerable first innings lead ta Wan- : t finish (Armstrong 39 »n.0o., : t ou.
first day and had yielded a considerable first i ngs f y Wi Atwell made it a ae fi a Trinidad. The horse in the picture Wanderers replied with 132. Seeneatiche 14: Lewis two for 27).| All the clues—it’s up to you.|
dere nly two strokes behind the win- |i. not Dainty Bess. It is the geld- . he pre- 7 7
. MENDABLE . an i . hic oe When play ended on the pl ’ Lease CLUES. 2
T istitutes wnt SFE Wet Coe feats in the cir- |"°" Consistent ont = Se Sree vious Saturday, Combermere had ae meen ; ee 1
wr! ov 3 reese acaiken te ink of Ubbale wits scosml scone , win ler en's iaheobade i iad Pp ’ rn scored 18 for the loss of one wicket te _ nd 70 (Ingram 16,! 1. A Merry Xmas with all =
COS SOF: G RenOGE Oy Maree " , Mrs ae Oe | DEES nidad. ea ie . . Continu-} Y.M.P.C. 52 anc ere : ser, Brighten up for it,
t ‘ . , sec is i “hris' S their second venture. Continu ’ : 1 15; Dou-| cheer, Brig i
tury before lunch. 5 rounds e consistent in spite of The second is in the Christmas | in P 7 ee ; ill 16, O. Edghill 15; Sa we £
: Skeete is tall and well built and what commends his performance ihe oo g weather. On Friday Supplement over the picture of | ing last Saturday, Skeete oe pe wee a for 9, Brookes 3 for 11 .| Because its mere, 92
more than anything else is that he made these runs when schoolboys he turned in a 43 and a 48, for Mr. Victor Chase leading in ‘his| not out pushed the \ cat tah end tis : ai e 22 and 81 (Estwick 27,! 9 Santa smiles within the globe,
hotild be ering from the great tension created since a win meant tal of 91 under sunny skies, On filly Mrs. Bear. The Caption over | a fast rate and a renee tal ae 10; Goddard five for 18, Doubtless dressed in his red
the champ ship of the competition, sunday her scores were 45 andthe picture reading “Outstanding team to declare with their tota: eared three for 21). robe,
~~ | shall endeavour. to bring every day a brief record of the} > for a total of 92 achieved un-. Horse of the Year,’ was really at 224 for the loss of seven wickets..| Austin 3. There they gaze at all the]..
' ’ are > to visit t Jest Indians next year oe eg uds that left the meant to go over a picture of| Other good contributions to this CO ac ‘ nere an a . er Len
yers who are due to visit the Wes Ind 7 oy drippi clouds that | ;, Great delight for girls
ae ease ; Z ; that fans will be familiar] eens like small lake it the Landmark and should have been } total were made by Simmons who S toys, ; wi
I k * n r is h Ps Vidmer was up and deleted. The caption over the ald Lealieated 32, Mr. Satin 26 and, He S Africans Save eevee t, they’ al
she treet a | ; ture whicl d appez hould | Giasg . : They come first, they’re al-
, 3 41 and a 48 on tut hich did ppear 8 Glasgow 11. a 4 : ’
The first of course will be the own ee oan 3 wer have read “Newly Imported Filly . q “ > ways good. 2
captain Vijay Hazare, bog Bae eat Sund - aad Wins.” Fs MOE Sore one ‘follow On: Me Glew Year after year, they really "I
Born March 3, 1915. Heigh | 2¢ ith a very fine 4% She’, With many thanks for spate pa OOK eT hieceee ae Bat Well should, ~
io ‘ yht ni in Viln a very ine oO * Yours truly, Ww or 36 and racker one "4 > , ms oe f
ee ee c asrour:. De, OF. he Mage es SBOOKIE”, | '1ou to win, Wanderers by close And Innes Ba ; 5. Christmas Gifts various and
band batsman with good phir gey green = tie but topped play had collected yu tor the : is Bs ha sc aagels wide, Tonics too, inspect 35.
Right arm medium fast bowler} just short of the cup | soss ot four wickets. J. Armstrong (From Our ; . and decide,
ond safe field Played against Sharing Honours , To the Editor, The Advocate— | scored 3¥ not out, Ramsay 1», neuer eins ie 6.° Plenty of music, you will
West Indies in India 1949 scor- Sharing the golfing Rana SIR,—I am_ begging space in| patterson 14 and Packer was the| 3ad light and rain imi on the agree,
if 534 in ten innings including; with Mrs. King over the week-|,, ur sports column to get an un- | olner not out batsman with 10 to to two and a half — so lb Choose for yourself and|3¢
Test centuries 134 not out]¢nd was Miss Atwell, who won) Gerctanding of this more than im-| pis credit. The match ended in “\ third day of the ep pran Aus-! don’t blame me.
i : as a ,| the President's Cup which was portant factor, that arises in near-| qraw with Wanderers gaining} the South Africans anc e Aus-; a ieee : ;
ind 122 Captain of Indian jayed over 36 holes under full ly evéry case of-an Umpire's un } ints for a first innings lead. | tralian eleven’ here today. But in I'wo thousand delights .for
pli + | ly every case P 3. un*! points ‘ s lee aliz ] Bee eee ; Cae
team to England this year. handicap. Her total of 185, just thankful task. | i The other match between! nat time the South Ateicace be the kids in store, a a tae
two strokes off in the Champion- Now first, I would like to refer ’.M.P.C. and Lodge at Beckles ting collapsed badly oot re a4 To keep them quiet g pus
{TLE Y YOU , 146 ¥ f re 142 runs be ‘e
LITTLE MAN YOU HAD hip event, was reduced to 5/to the W.1.-tour in England dur-| Roaq resulted in a win for the the close they were 142 See) them more
A BUSY NIGHT hen = ee - = ees jing 1950. ; We have heard ‘bats: | home team by 19 runs. ‘hone bing sian a first inning: | 8. Now that you travel here anc
ducted an Ms : : oT é a commentators saying that a 3a Ss- When lay ended on he first) wickets stand i Se he! there
UR London correspondent} ten strokes ahead of Mrs, King, | man was struck; but in his opinion | 44, Y MP.c, had already estab-; That they did not have to You need some comfort in]38.
writes to say that Percy| whose handicap is only 14. Mrs |he was weil down the line, and lished ‘points for a first innings | }ow on was due almost entirely to vhat you wear
: , rh Sha ABA Nesta Tempro, playing off -, |therc_ore he is adjudged not out. i y adore skittlead out thela second wicket partnership be-, what } re ;
Lewis Pena oe , handic of 22, was third at 157 Sir, I would like you to explain} /e2¢, | hav! . - a meagre 22 in|tween McGlew and Innes who’ 9. Here ’s a gift worth its weight
ew ray, gil Nar sine per oioagie Another vain by John |this down the line and not Cuts ik Pthet F frst innings total of | ut on 101 runs in two hours. Me~ in gold, 39
had one of the busiest nights of } Grace ho captured the Men’s| why? For the benefit of this large zepty On ps aod turn at the alow top scorer batted three and | For every person young and
his career last Wednesday Ow-] Beer M competition on Satur- | enthusiastic crowd that I am ex-| 62 : a MP C. had scored 24 for |a quarter hours for 74 which mt old
: . le ng . » we > c z iod’s will at sing- | wicket, Y.M.P.C. had § F , 10 4 S ' Pr —
V. HAZARE ing to a clash of fixtures he had a ae re at * "a8 “whieh raat ile’ Senco Seale the loss of one wicket at the close | cluded only two renee ber of the !®. Nothing to rust or break or
{ at two different places within the space of a When ho turned in @..78, aes . ; : eihakia te cf play, Resuming last Saturday,} “Innes youngest member of the | enend. 40
to fight at two differen ! . eye 5 st] With a handicap of 14, gave him |tour. I am quite sure tha a team play : sd the | side reached 50 for the first time i 7 Grin. “a. eat ms
couple of hour At Wembley he fought for Great Britain agains 1 net of 64 which no one could such as the Indians, Umpires are} the rernaining batsmen carried re side Be eo Comfort, work-saving, 2
Spain And after beating his opponent, Joachim Pineiro, on points even approach. The nearest one going to be faced with these inci-| score to 70. Chief scorers were gy home eS Kad. been:-sperted, good friend,
he was rushed across london by car to take part in an inter-club , ¢¥° Barry Osborne, who finished | dents and for the benefit of this Ingram 16, D. Edghill ae bee withite, fell for 21 to the 11. Holly and Bells bring Xmas
contest at Lime Grove baths. Here he had to meet. ¢ area are - econd with a net 73. dificult task, I am asking your bil 15. Bow! ng ~% Pha bas S:lbowling of Ren Archer, youlge: ner. ‘i.
the Epsom and Ewell club and I am happy Lo TeCtEg aA. LEWIS By her performance in the guidance. ALFRED GITTENS eam, Dougall 00 = Radin tocothes of Test player Ken Ar- Now and all through the
achieved his second points vietory of the evening. Ladies’ handicap Sapenion, deitis NE i ‘iD G ONS oe _ for 11 and \cher and lefthander meen | coming year,
Sa ee Miss Atwell reduced her handi-,White Park Road, two for 23, ee of swung the. new ball and!.. eis ’ a toe not a
niin pant bet eee Ml ey b bgt gy oi tk ean cine | salen Tae tent oe a fast and true|!? ie eee 42
. Nn’ ve! . sh " : > ve aile av 9 runs, | mé se, 2.
ry ot Read in the me n’s event brought his | Playing down the line means ti aie et mune wicket. ’ esi Gifts galore for all through
aze down from 14 to 11, playing forward with the front| only ¢ Pn. eins ove : 10 The follow-on was finally save the house
. The results foot placed in direct line with a Only Estwick 27 and See ee he Cheetham and Watkins in a = ,
Ladies’ Championship vall’ which the batsman feeis| reached double figures while the |) enth wicket stand of 41 and at/13. Melody rings by candlelight,
an ‘i (36 Holes) might move either way and beat) Y.M.P.C. pacemen Goddard ie cee gee the South Africans were Listen, enjoy it for a Xmas} 43,
For ur in et Gross H’ep. Net | piyp if he plays back. If he is struck | Austin ran through the side. aan 230 aac 7. bright.
Mrs. K. King 183 28 155 | while “playing down the line” he| card's figures were five for 18) 14. The go old days, so they
Mrs. E. Vid 184 24 160 Ut b truck far enough Ss |14. The good ol :
Â¥ ig Mrs. E. Vidmer 2 | will have been struck 2nOU a might be
Gordon Hazell, of Bristol, who Mi F. Atwell 185 40 145 a a »stablist = mig ; :
i e ft ‘ ae aoe + 3 | aoa Irom. the unckes to eatabiten For look through the window } 44.
stepped into the front rank of Mrs. D. Beasley 191 28 163\the necessary element of doubt 4 Pie . ee?
Wembley Scots | European middle-weights, with a Mrs, F. W. Smith 191 30 161 \ hat entitles. the umpire to give | | and what do you see?
~ f | points Zictor Bs J . eque : Mrs. W. McIntyre 197 28 169|him “Not Out.” bien 25 | el I 1.em er a 15.. nies oom a delightful for
| Hover-Grecy, French champion, 18) v5 Nn, "rempro .. 201 44 187 | SPORTS ED, Xmas Eve,
To Get New Lion | not solng . ee pastes a 4] Mrs. Vv. > a withdrew | Rich, in flavour you must]45.
\fight with andolph urpin for % ser NV | ‘s believe
Sir Thomas Innes of Learney,| at least another 12 months en i8 ie é hi 7 Fs you will probably need some . |e re ry far, so hur-
; , the gh re ga he Bowl. “I know Gordon's good,” says Gross H’ep. Net | rea c Ch ry and think
who: Bea org the Scottish n-|bis manager, Nat Seller, “but he] y Grace 78 14 64: , istmas. comes "whi ill order to
; cause a ad am- | bis ane ’ eh : J, Grace : 7 5 be re T1s Of what you will ¢
ing ere ni e on, a le not ready for Turpin yet.|h Osborne 88 15 73 Record of them fo At or ta. Heal, 46.
rank that the Scottish “Football | Time is on his side, and _per' R. Vidmer 18 oh TEI “1 41¢ 17. Favourites for Xmas, in dif-
Asmotetandcits Nabe x BOW crane jin another year or so we § E S. Toppin 92 18 74 PARIS, Dee, 15. 3 t. Glasses 26 & 48c. Cake Pans, set .. $1.16 PapaKt aed
“The present badge is not cor-|be thinking of challenging for] C, Bellamy 93 18 75| French sports reporter Jean + BY : f " he Three of the choicest, not
eee ares, the British title.” L. Maskell 84 8 176!Marie Audibert 45. broke the Patty Pans .. 47 & 6ie, 7 47.
rect,” Sir Thomas said. pe an : i a ws att) many more days.
“The association made their Hazell has won 23 of his 26/V. Hunte 98 22 76! world record of round the world| \ pt. Glasses 23, 29, 39c. 95e ’ :
own approach to me, The English | professional fights, and thas not} J. Rodger 81 4 17| travel by Commercial Airlines in| Pie Frames ...... 5c 18s Herwa 40 the antionen. -weok
Football Association has had ajbeen beaten since last March, | E, Benjamin 88 11 77) landing Monday at nearby Orly| Whisky. Glasses . girl and each boy,
proper erest designed by Garter) when he returned to the ring}/C. Thomas 95 18 77] Airfield four days, 22 hours and| Pony LISK } 16 & 33c, Sponge . Don’t sit and be muddled, ] 4g
King of Arms recently, and I ex- after a six months’ er en } a saute ‘ 7 9 4 25 minutes after he took off. Sports each ....14, 16 aac, Finger Pans 90c. fat > them a toy.
; ris! > as ever be knockec i. anning 9 ll 0) reporter for Marseilles newspaper
pect the Scots do not wish to He has never been n p ars $ pap’ : io : 2 Y Fst a a
lcok out of place when they play out, R, Norris 99 15 84) “Lee Provincial” he beat by 40 Bell Shaped Egg Whisks ...... $1.67 19. There’s Xmas tradition, we
England (Wembley—April, 1953). ch i ampienentn 2: “Discussions are at present tak-| Bristol's — otier eeey se Le . Bayley Picked up.| 1949 by American, Thomas Lam- MavEee? hy? Icing Sets... $2.14 & 4,8! A grand old custom, but} 49.
ing place on the design.”’ feces ie x ripen 4 of oe ee up.! pier. His route was Paris, Beirut, a make it dry.
: fees ee FO eNe File et Dent | + AEG ae sas icked up.| Lebanon, Karachi, Bangkok, Man- Fruit Juice Glasses, ec : taba doce thes ae bans
Register Arms | pire ’ = aetinaten (Liver- . ; ila, Honolulu, San Francisco, New each . 18 & 20c. Cake set .. 88c. & 1.19 20 Gigs fox the young, gifts for a
: Aa 001) a ristol, ¥ | York ¢ Pere ee Be RS eens? > a F é
Said Mr. William’ Allan, assis-| P Ratcliffe, now rated third, be- Jack Burke me ANG Pees ee Ricers, each ...... $1.22 Toys, games and tea-sets, all
tant S.P.A, Secretary: “We Mant {Bind Wally Thom and _ Peter uh | mA Ribbed Tumblers gy there to be sold,
the approach because we want | jo); on, as a contender for Cliff 7 Se. ; Flasks. : E : sia
to register the arms, The present Curvia's title, has nothing to gain W ins 10,000 12 & lie agponig $2.75 & $6.6: 21. Unique in its tread, the latest
‘ge will be superseded by the | PUrVISs Ute, bare | | ea, $1.64, $2.75 5 and. best.
badge wi abttbe, 7 jfrom this fight with Billington | a 7 l iY f It gives you the comfort,} 5!
new one. ee the | except his purse, ournamen i I SHOW Bulge Tumblers — Thermos Refills +f by nents the tees ’ >
“It has been in Peed na oeate His recent points victory over s : E 15 & 19¢. 96c $1 65 & $4.40 avs really .
ae was stormed) 70. years Jim Corcoran, at Cneerenes hack ao ghee ag ad at ea ey 22 smiling rosy face you wear,
ago. ‘ ae ras nimpressive, and when he vé surke © us » texas é - ® s s rate: D phate.
tre ia’ betenen 240 and’ #60, knocked out Bunty Adamson (Ires| Wan the $10,000 Miami Open Golt THE BARBADOS Orange Reamers Galvanised et yt ing tae ae
eee eeu, 86d "| Jand) at Harringway, he was be- tournament in a sudden-death | AQUATIC CLUB 32 & 46e. $2. Tee : ;
Oe eke kia ‘is also| hind on points play-off finish for the 1952 season, 22. Numerous and _ colourful,
Meantime, Sir Thomas is setae © of his friends —and his| He beat Dick Mayer of St. Peters- (Loeai & Visiing Members Only) mera a which will suit you?
having talks with the Bowlers Some is f : I Florida.—(C.P e \ -
Association about a new badge. critics—think his claims to be a] burg, da,—(C.P.) Through the courtesy of Any choice make, we'll do 53.
They have been told that they | title contender would be based on THE braiisH COUNCIL & C0) the job, too,
have been breaking the law for firmer ground if he wiped out tho if N, t there will be a Faun sHUW es ° +. The best of all values, and
more than half-a-century with | stains of defeats by Jackie B ad | Women Olympics 2? in the Baliroom on on you may go,
their 60-year-old design. jdock, Israel Boyle (twice) and WEUNESDAX, DRO. 17th 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street More power and space, as] 54.
Lion Symbol Giel de Roode, a, Women may have tneir ow: at 8.30 p.m. , ® you very well know.
Sir Thomas has pointed out that) —LES. | Olympic Games, This Ls ®
their badge is the arms of Dundas the suggestion by Mr. The programine includes . Style, — w ear and quality,
of Arniston and that only official ‘Avery Drundage, new Presi- Britisn News; Begmners ee plenty of ease, oe
persons ere are ns owe dreds of bobby-soxer fans of Fal-| dent of tne international Olympi Please (Physical ‘Lrain- olves i Crone and} 99.
of Scotland are entitled to use the] kirk Lions ice hockey team Committee. Mr. Brundage, an ing); London Terminus ai vou it will please.
lion symbol- They. are liable to the confisca- American, has been investigating (How a London Railway The Barbados Police : a
The ban affects the association's ; tion of sweaters and searves on | ways to reduce the size of thc Station is worked); River 6 Now let the French lanes
official nes ee: enon which mes have knitted their) G6), mpics, and one of his ideas is To Cross (Bridge Build- "cy 1 ee ar ze vate ‘tee aed is | 58
of lapel badges issued to mem-/ team's emblem. for women to have their own ing); How The Telephone | DRIVERS known very well,
bers, Said Mr, William Douglas “T don’t know how we st ind meeting, Another was for tne Works; Charlie At The D | known very well,
S.B.A. Secretary; “I have been| about the design on our jerseys, abolition of all team games. Thi Shoy Silent Movie of 97 re’ , i
to Edinburgh and talked things | saiq manager-coach George) ® ot y i. “on it ae z 2 _ a Movie < i 3 hould 27. Here’s a small problem easily
over with the Lord Lyon. Dis-| McNeil Sdmacaiiea either ta Ot Gasnada Sane: eee ea Den’t neglect your Mirror — it should tenes ‘ 57.
cussions about a new badge are But Sir Thomas’ said: “I have be Ace ed elthe | Be a : 2 de A tsvd ae sa hussy, a traveller, a
still _going- on. —But-take it from|not seen. the ice-hockey players’) Whole. But his Women’s Olympics Members are cordially always be a third eye peach, all in one.
there are quite a lot of others lion but if it is large and worn idea will cause much discussion invited 5
in the gue boat.” on the front of the jersey, they | Chief stumbling block is likely to 26. The height of good quality,
r 4, Bobby-Soxers ire almost certainly infringing) be one of finance. It would be a SSS. a Loftenca eee 7
y-" ntitled to} the rules.” difficult job to make such a tour- |) SSS S32 Softened with years, famed
na a acteiat are 2 3 ‘ —L.E.S. nament a paying proposition FTER Mi TH Marriage is like good mustard— for its kind.
spot Piety i ; ~ : ‘ ‘ ir eyes. ves ,

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1952



— Advocate Christmas Number

Competition



IN view of the fact that the verses forming the clues

in the Advocate Christmas Number Competition were noi

too clearly printed, to-day we repeat these clues in larger

more legible type for the benefit of those entering the com

This is only as a guide to help with the competition but
the entry forms appearing in the Barbados Advocate Christ-
mas Supplement must still be sent in with each set of





unswers in order to qualify competitors for entering the
There are still a few Xmas Supplements left
et yours now if you wish to enter the competition

30.. Santa indulges in all kinds of

sport,
But as a Bronco Buster he
might come to, nought,

. And now Time is fleeting, so

get on your way,

Craftmanship gives you much
pleasure to-day.

So charming, so helpful,
makes you feel glad,

There’s always variety,
good things to be had.

It's made for a. King, maybe
for a Queen, :

It’s royal, delicious, it’s here
to be ‘seen,

Remember the present you
8ive to the car,

It must have protection
earry you far,

Opportunity knocks, so open
the door,

You too be a winner, with
quality pure.

A real good spree, shake it
and turn it,

Xmas cheer, laugh, joke and
burn it.

Loads of
galore,

Shop in great comfort at thi
famous store,

Remember
the gods,

Don't forget it’s a winner
against all the odds,

Wonderful, magical, a quality
gift,
With two or with three, it
will give you a lift.
Here they come tumbling, all
in a line,

Though a bug in a rug may
be easy to find.

Here is the sportsman, timed
to the end,

By a marvel of workmanship,
a very fine friend,

Royal, majestic, many times
first,

You stand out distinctively,
and we have a thirst.

Lovely, sparkling, delightful
and bright,

Wonderful gifts, so fitting and
right.

From the banks and the braes
of the land of the Scot,

A perfect and marvellous gift
have we got.

he

and

to

variety, presents

it’s nectar fit for

Some Rich and some Pocr
feach the house of that
name,

There’s plenty to choose from,
for man and for dame.

Gifts for the ladi2s, the chil-
dren, the home,

You must pay a visit and buy
at least some.

She hands you the basket snd
bids you to take,
The good products

needed
for that Xmas cake.

Here's a list to assist you
with gifts of delight,
Your problems are over,

you'll sleep well to-night.
Nou’ll find reading and writ-

ing, and playing and art,
A collection of articles, won't

you please make a start?
Your feasting and cheering,
with Christmas complete, .

You have wines, rum, and
turkeys as well as the
sweets,

It’s new in Barbados, but else-

where very old,

The millions that buy it, by
them we are told,

Carpenters’ tool sets, trains for
the boys,

Dolls and dolls’ houses,
many more toys.

Now turn your attention to
things neat and bright,

Make your selection, folks, it
all will come right.

Here we have hidden values
and hidden clues too,

Yes, and even a Queen, who
will give them to you.
We turn now to history, just

study this page,
It’s new and dependable, a
thing of this age.

and

» You will find these delicious,

tempting and sweet,
There’s nothing to beat them
in Quality Street.

You must search for the best,
you must look for the shop,
Go straight down the broad-
way, quite near to the top.

» We're nearing the end, we're

now outward bound,

These will suit every taste
that there is to be found,
And this is the last clue, so

we take a bow,
We pray you don’t fail to
win the prize Now.



BARBADOS BOYS & GIRLS
CLUBS



Draw for the Annual Raffle

Prizes

will take piace at the PLAZA THEATRE, Bridgetown
(by kind Permission of the Management)
at

& p.m. on Monday 22nd December

1952

Raffle Ticket Holders will be admitted Free on Presen-
tation of their Tickets at the door, to witness the Draw,
and the Film that follows.






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PACl li N BARK u MIS iDVOCATE II ISMS, ULUMBER 16. 1BSJ -' %  %  ivtJoal %  %  %  %  %  W HAT i %  %  i* that he I OMMENDABLE %  of 81 I %  i id what ( lade tax %  | thai rill bt Ihe %  .' % %  I -U!i n LITTLI: MAN YOI H ID A BUST NIGHT in London com %  I .. • ..f %  %  lake p.itf in .HI IT %  () \ II\/\I:I %  i ii. .i 1 Hazel! Is Not Read) For Turpin—V el Schoolboy Scores 100 Before Lunch HITS 66 IN BOl NDARIES I hfee Share Golf Honours MAIL BAG %  .h Kinf to apologiae %  n u thJVid* "" ,s bouiht up hen la in Uu Christmas he l ture of Una in hU On fl|y Mrs. a Ing "Outstanding ha meant 1 %  %  Tali, w. %  %  • the fewhave hng %  ided one %  %  %  l %  %  %  %  %  132. I %  . %  %  (ontinuI %  %  Sliarini: Heaeaeiri 1 %  i A inch H holes 180, lust %  %  I %  %  off • %  %  'Kir while A There > %  tlatmMn re. vv i Bt ( ombrnwrr %  %  o (or 2'. VM.rt'. vv I^Nlxr At BMkl RMd ft] and nil i Ingram 16, I tail tew foi B, Brootai 3 for n '. %  21) Advocate Christmas Number Competition • thai 'he verses forming the duea %  I'iis!t!-.;iN Number Compel i' loo clearly printed, to-day we repeat these clues In the benefit of those entering: tbt I %  %  i > ••mpetition bui m the Barbados Ad'. :!l be sent in with each to qualify com] Chert itlll a few Xmas Suppltmaiil ugh. • chaw—it's up to }ou. & Africans Sore Follow On; Mci,It n AndlnnesBot Well Oord • i .'.-• with %  Royei -Crei i i % %  Sir 'n I Illegal, said this '• "" 1 needy for Turpin yet Wembley Scots itt Get New Lion %  SIR, I .IN, begging space in %  r< %  In near%  I %  %  i %  i low m KngUnd dureerd many thai n batsman was itrurk; but In hi %  %  i i. . %  %  not ..lit. %  I thu i. i 14. h 1 • %  Oaborna, wl loi the benefit I dtovuit task, i %  '. ALFitFD am KNI .' %  Bl Michael. i down from 14 to II. The resulti %  Era I K K Uwell %  H i l i Ml V %  %  '.i' line Forward n-nii the %  reel Hue the haimnai %  | IH n %  r eeeugri '" 1*5 on-aj/ I' to establish oj dm.br I' m aine mg last Saturday. Skcclc who wax not out pushed the score along at ., fait rate and this enabled ntt Aith their lnt.,1 %  %  < io this % %  i 11. %  L %  %  I I I %  ' SYDNSTi I 1 %  out bataman ertlli lot "" : :| %  third day oJ Ih Wai %  %  I i by 19 runs. hind ndlng, to fol-i .. tlr-t num.. iltnOSt I i.urcly to la d, having %  kittled out the %  gre 22 in %  • Inninas total of %  %  %  • ,1 the cloea %  %  %  I I '.ween lleOkta IM liltie. who put on 101 runs In two hours, MrQetw, lop %  1, Innei younp t men r BM tune] %  After 'i : %  %  %  • ill and RodBI K ;i Al 22. BoU ,. m fauad bs %  -''' hn "" %  r '"'' :,,llt 1rm nlj roUecUna Bl I 10 The follow-on ns In VM.P.I ,l1 1 "' 4I and at v for 1" "1 : M .... .. 1 %  1 at not cu 1 Thomas said. "" %  BrtUafa title." latlon made then Hasall has won '-' %  U 1 Bghu and '.. %  1 %  Fter a six monthi "retirement K | pert the Bcatj 00 not wish to (f 4 ,, v.,,,,,,,^ H Vidmei Toppin V Mum, 101 N1 wltndi ii i. M\ |, -:. 7H 14 %  || ta 73i Itreuks II arid Record B8 II 1 t I PAKIS, Dec. 15. i .'ti.h taortl icp plaj B/I r %  .-. LH %  April, I95:ti %  %  BBgBllat Arms Said Mv. William Allan lacn ffi %  %  I Kellinaii l.ier rii.i to have ins next njht K V Kin.. Bllllngton lUver91 BS Pieked I Ratclifl no IM orr IJIIH Ceai i ti Bui %  \ which C' ilf-a-eenlu tl id design I.ion Symbol •mas has poinled out that %  thai only afflctal persons reproenting the Grown .tit it led to use the i i |>ol %  %  %  %  %  . i .. i lied to mrtn8 ii Mi WlUian i 1 i i s n A Sea rater] I I and talked nun.-* • %  Lord I f i i %  nsj on Hut te' %  I Bobby-SoKota %  i land) at Harrlngway, hi bind on %  %  %  title contender would b %  i. i i Glel ile Rood* I I v Jock Burke H In* $10,000 iournumenl i J.o g 1st %  i r i Women Olympics ? after he took off. Sports 1 ..:oial" he be.,I _. "P" rd establishe*! In • k.-, up. 1MB (l Anwrken, Thoma. Lami ..Man-' IK \\ hi drods of I | g ||. kirk Uoni tea hoa ki laar PI i v ..i Uabli lo tl Uoi ol rrfikh thay have kn I i blem I dOOl know how aboul the %  aid managi ch I N lion but if it ... i .v pre in-ill ol i Commute* %  %  %  i %  v bole. But %  at. a iii ..u e %  the in.ni Kiev Chiel ttumbllni t SIX MONTHS A60 voo SAID yoo'o ? THINK ITOV/ERi SO-UH-I-WAS \ W0KDERIN& DID I ? •— VERVWtLL.IHEMTwXD DOLLARS MOE PFR CEK. STARTING THE FIFTEENTH r NEXT MONTH By Jimim I I.ill,i BUT, EV'EIC • . THINKlNd UP WyS TO SB "Hvo BUCKS' UIDRTH .' (>OUW %  "ICI • Z tttMT \ URTS CHECKtP, TCCMECkfpl >OU FiMSH H*T X3URE *" COURSE' FILM SHOW mi BABBADOO tWI VIM III! : intuutusri i utore will i. „.„ .„.,.. \\i i-\, %  .!. uu i:u, -t $# %  I Ili.i.M! \,. W v. hVKiimrr. II. ln B'. I-" 1 II renaniaa %  I n %  Io fra*. BUM I he Irl, ph.in. %  faafca ii-ri., AI The Beam %  invited Remember! you will probably need some ol them belore Christmas comes |il. OIHWI 26 & 48c. l-j pi. flllllll £1. 29. H( Pom Whisht (ilnssi-s •wk ii. II rac. Brll Shaprd Tumhlers, each 12c. r'rllil Jlii,,' GlHM each 18 & Mc Kibli.d Tuiiihl.r. 12 4 15c. liikiPlM, •'! Pniiv Pan Pic Irum" Sponnc Mat** Pans & Mc. in whisk. Icinu Scls ( ln-.k ( ak, -.1 Kn (Ts < %  .,, I Thcrit .. SLOT S2.ll & CM 88c. & 1.19 SI.22 lluluc Tumblcts Oranuc Reamers 32 & M(. Pkukt, $1.64. S2.75 i S6.6;l Thermos Kclill96c. SI.65 iSI.In C.allaniscil Wash Pans S2.ll to S13.K! CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street I InII.II-II.M1O*. l*oli. DOM'S FOR DKIVEKS Ocn't neglect your Mirror — it should always be a third eye. \i riinivrii,., .. ROBERTS lag* Is like Kood iuutr.l — pP4lit with lejr. In ilo-ir ayda BU BOBI I I I WAV — STATIONERY lien WeaUj to rive" **j> hi whleh io c In. MANICURE SETS HEM* II | A## fAilVTS FOR ALL PURPOSLS Tropical While A superior white f exteriu' use. Docs not di eolour Matinto Flat Wall Paints V. hite. Tream, Green Natural Metallic Primer [ %  w Anticorrosi\e Paints %  attractn Colours. S Marine Paint* Unish. White Cream. Clreen Coiicrcle Floor t'.iinls lirssht Red. Grey. Green Aluminium Painl POt Metal or V.-,rodwork l'erni ;i nent Green Paint Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. Phone 4456. --,--*----.-,-.--,-.'.-.'-•.•-•-'.-.',',-.V,V'--,'^',-,'.V---,'.t----'--.*--,---.C--/ CUES. I with all iu lor It. Here. rased in his red robe. they tjzr itl all the iiilu for girls i *ys. %  pood. %  I.,I Tonic too, inspect and %  rou win %  n nd don %  ,. %  ;.. % %  To keep them quiet jive i travel %  nfotl HI %  %  Orlh its vroinht in | ,un %  ii. 01 mend i i BeUi bring x i throujih the %  Plenty to i kaoaa bora, not i I ouee I all throutth the not by r.iiuileliuht. it foi %  Xmas %  i thay he. t^li the window i | i | .1. %  • DelfclOUa, delightful for ire, i must i rery f.ir. so hurI %  %  i tor Xmas, in difThrce of the choicest, not %  d the i hildran, eaen 1 %  %  %  tradition, we i cu torn, but %  • dry. Olfta for the young. Ihe old, nd b %  tread, UM and i i comfort, ng rosy face rou It's good to watch you drinking bl I Bd colourful. \ hied %  boiee DMke, < %  '!! do tla i oil. too. • %  r all n OU may go, rid space, as rj sreU know. eai end |...ii;v more so ;. .ull llnd • %  %  kind. %  BssM tin i niught. i. 'Plendour ean wan nbt. %  %  port, BKO Buster he might (time to. nought. And now Time is fleeting, -o get on youi Cri.rtmanship gives you much pleasure to-day. So charming, so heli I noake* you (eel glad always variet, good things to b,bad Its made for a Kin* Wueon. to U Remember the presi give to the car, it mint haw i carry you far. Opportunity knocks. the door, You too be a winner, wtlh quanqr pure A teaj pood %  haTB it. Xmas ch* r, b bum it %  many timeI ^ galore. Shop in great comfort at tru famous store. Remember it %  nacuU fit for "),. gods. Donl forge, n | a wtnne, agauut nil the odds. Wonrierfiil. RMfleal, .1 quaht> With two or with thTO will give rOU i h(i. Here % %  la a ] 1 Though a bug In I r be easy to find. the sportsman, time,' to ihe end, By a marvel of workmanship, %  very fine friend Royal, majestic Brat, You stand out iiishiu tu.h and we have a thirst. Lovely sparkling, delightful and bright, Wonderful gifts, so fitting and nghl From the banks ;*nd the br... of the land of the Scot. A perfect and hava we got. Some Rich and s. nu> P<1 the (muse %  There's plenty b for man and for dame. tha ladl ihe chil_ drcn, the home You must pay a visit and buy %  %  %  %  • -*.>. %  ..1 -hi bids you to take. The gcod products needed for that Xmas cake. -1st you with gifts o| %  1' % %  over. youll sleep well to-night. And reading nnd writing, and playing and art. A oilection of articles, won't 1 laaaa aMaa ., nar. Your feasting and d 1 wirli Christmas complete. rou h.ve wines, rum. ai i turkeys ;is wofl %  ereeta, Hi H.uUidos, but elsewhere very old. The millions that bu% H them we are told. Carpenters' tool sets, n the boys, ad doiishoi, many more toys. Now turn yoUf attention to things neat and bright. Make your selection, folk? it nil will come right. Here we have hidden and hidden ebb md even a Queen. Who will give them to you. We turn now to history, fu study this page. It'-, new and depend.tble, a thing of thi* age. You will find fu 1 ting and sweet, There's nothing to beat them in Quality Street. You must search for the best. you must look for Ub Co straight down the broadway, quite near to the top. We're Hearing ;he end. we're now outward bound. These will suit eVOrj that mere is to be found. And this is the last due we take a bow. We pray you don't fail to win the prize Now. BARBADOS BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS Draw for the Annual Raffle Prizes


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ii\-. III (i MBl i: I BARI Mill %  \IHiM VII w I I \t : Yachts Leave During Week-end For Si. Lucia 4 llll.Dili VN I'VIII) TV ACHTS left port on Sunday for St. I They v i „,„ In itlrd both of .. crond If* Krd owmd md mi took 32 thr crowing. !, rt-rd < irfh c BvllivatL Man Jailed Far Con tempi Of Court Euitac St. Goor. • meal .. r\ikf xt • i* 1 10 ) 1 . Tnnm n .... VERAL FOODSTrm f. of the ilarThc %  All CM The S KitU," din R. Doot-. %  %  I wixtn t \R> riiwm— OnriMff which lirrivni in |~.T; f: a Saturday brought %  I..... mixed Hoods to the isla MR. TELrORD HEWITT | I kSfl SportOtSb pr Sift to one of thekOiiMl LRVltWI M I Saturday by ta Eton (Tub for :: %  %  ( %  '" %  BS boxes of .i| iZZZEC "' i ,ullr >'l CBSl Dalkei.r n bilgs o( nour flnd a | arge tn whirl' *y n pleco goods. N | Christmas tree*. Local agent* < redoae c Oerdaasr Au•' Moneka )>, under the comH. Hudson and cal agents are the Schoonno. T Owners' Association I ., FOK 8T. wcu i about Sl'D knocked cl ha rega:: learnt thai the Ueycii walk PP doctor. %  NWjfc. H. •when he was no Hi;: the gutter. Dr. Vau, Colm Chap ; the Gener. tlu-rc were i I mi m th. The injuri. serious. Tl rnuied by til COI I Their Ho%  of neehrthat nee" knoefcsd<< I'SKD BA1 l.AMll \<.l i DM.IU'I HuhUmhi %  %  for Bt Lucia ovat the weekend. „ B ld I armed In port on lita cargo for the Island %  i I Umacol rram nd fail in Bntish G kJed meat %  m who .. ,. DMMtr of tl %  oed to Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd. aht . of % %  ..; %  .,.,. I Identified the dues H hat propi could ha Sgt. King attached I i tecuted lui tha %  wild *' Bottlers Luis Xnias Party Al Hani" % % %  the ralnj :.-.r annual I Pariv held on Sundav %  bared over 160 eluded 61 children. This is th* by Bottlers Ltd. for their staff. who are married brought their %  children, .'ingle the one last year, fur the plant now works nonthrve staff shifts. I d streamers and %  rlj. A life BUI "i Fathei Chi Istaiaa an Chli 'mas Tree surrounded with preaenta was in one corner .if the office.. r> %  i %  • table cloths .i with plates patties, sweets etc. while m another com r wi C T K.i • M acted .is Ma.st. | | .. Eton Sports Club Hold Parly I %  %  Sergeant %  -on, members wc %  i rloeen lm i t and re• d There '!.rots fnlI mas musu was BiippUed i AW 8.SO. Mr'. Ronnli %  nf two of the panv handed out children. Parents And Teachers om/tlimenl Gowrnmenl eotnpllnwnl two ) %  %  • %  % %  ••• %  i ning m the '. %  i Lldrtm who ate baa*OH %  %  rtflali receive as much attentioii as they should lUl if* Ol lUptng, Chlldran to receive a sound i %  %  tton. %  li 'imng in : 1 I %  : r held at 1 %  Fducatitii,. In ,.i the %  sup In Rlflhl DirccUoa %  i bopa that inner to I i i tn In %  clow thai 1 should rccdvi \ I %  II vV with results I I i a** comi U" U bopa thai ihu innuall) %  wh trained In the %  %  %  %  he hoi ii %  %  ., Veai i i. i ..' the %  New Chorch \i Siu^eaiii.s VUlage ... PUcrun ( .,.,: which v.. %  i to i %  mplcted omi i l i TssaanM apeak*for iltrlf CLARKE'S ."SSS^ TABLETS ll*lp to cleanse the ayttem from blood intpuritn Impurities la the Mood may caute rheumatic ache* and pain*, %  tiff and painful (omit, boll*, pimple* and common akin dlwrder*. .l..rkc\ Klood Misiurc Tablet* help to purify the hlood. cleanse the •>.i.-m and aaalst la reatoring good health. Al,., ..i.ul'iMe in Uaa original I h,ui.l I 1 lion Hill, St. M •r.-e Polk BU vt LM ROUN I .:... % %  %  $77 which h .. mbar it. !" "" .. II ,11.11. St. %  -i fowls hia yard someI '* Deceit bet 14 m n rtolan, 1 I lur k. BUwinaj investi%  I eral and BtlUatl Q %  %  %  %  siimei .,r.l prod i British Ciuiam.. The M.i M Utl I H 4 ild, "Si to a ttmuls la iha isa of th< • woods such as Bsnl %  %  full. Refer rn ing with tha %  • %  . iiiitte.'. Mr. Scott %  raised, and con..' ousts ks %  v.. Insj froin tha uss of troubles he said, coil led if 0*6 lumber ware pfoparl] %  %  Bo thai the BUT CoUld i through the stacks. This cotlld he done either in Ihe CO" .! %  • Green I,timber He emph Breen lumber is und in Umaa %  lieitiiei || %  for the t I a r I %  %  %  %  I %  % %  I 1 %  thai the buyer i total rreiiilit Ship* IN fl turns i slid i<'k into il>< %  i • i .I n fu igiit %  %  .... al the moment teemed lo .nit nf prop %  • %  i i . of S/t pet -v. howi It %  bus to cart and retui r I I %  %  u e ] %  >-. of tin i shipping l-l.ind U.iii. Xnias Gift Bai-s in I'I.I-IM muny colours, plain and 2-lnnr. from Dainty I Lace l.d^e Hankies Gift Boxes l ..ii. HI & Linen llnnkies from 51.17 Powder Puffs in colours —91c. This I And many more like it on other Sports in our shop. Da Cosla & Co., Lid. The expert or the beginner, whichever you are. this book on Tennis will be of absorbing interest and great help to you. Beautiful action shots with commentaries by all the leading players of the world. It's a "must on your book shelf. and another new one LOW'S COMPANY iliit new toilet lion if pencil portrail-carlralures by Low of the areal and nesv-greal contains many studies now published for ihe lirst lime. Apart from the inclusion ol .. hSIldful of siir\i\ors lor >rs..-rda> whose ojualltlai entitle uhoon io he rsansraVsd (1 s still rajatnaj. taal %  rtbl baa turned from ft) mcwbal mrr familiar features ol Ihe older '^eneralion and sought his suhjert aiming Uat rOMngai lad MWl sotablea whose appearanrr is ;.> MI i, nd. M km-, cri hv artist or phototjraphrr. .Men of Ittte-rt, art. musir. polilles, sport, fiuanrr. Ihe cinema, radio JOIN H.IIIMII scieme and Ihe theatre make this a representative palletv <| ih ( > personalities of to-day and to morrow. The legends w hi. ii act oinpaliv Low's draw inys are lbs work ol Ihlen Spahliiiy mid I.. A. G. Strom; who hOM thai llieir inip.-rliiren.es will he taken ill the llarbthearled IrtendK often affetiionate—spirit in which thev have been written. -•-•rtrseM -,-r.TaSi ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street and Greystone, Balmoral Gap.



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WHAT* ON TO-DAY %  % %  —_•> HMIH at 1 • aural Oial I 4 r*fWDAY C WEAIHEP RfPOftT ESTABLISHED 1899 TUESDAY. DECEMBER PARIS, Doc. 15. %  crelary of Slate. Dean Acheson ed Bntisli K"ii i Secretary, Anthony Eden on Mon1 it miles.'a solution is found quickly to the Persian ritual Pi I to Communum quartoi I Ac h eton In a 55 minute meetii B U n between MarioDi of the NATO Council toot I lltion on the urgency of the problem. Acheson "1"B Af T\ • Bey Ul I unis PERSIA WILL GO RED UNLESS U.K. RESOLVES OIL QUESTION MR. ACHESON ISSUES WARNING TO BRITAIN Mossadegh Must Find Another Means To Save Country Launch For Da Costa's nvllMH AKB a-!.%!. V. \ MumIW - ft C* M. BELOW U M.)e*tic new I Faidi>\ Shipyard. B)f Street, (or chad ye'trrday *fidrn*, t*> btllld M.J*Uc" Shj l* powered by a Dleaftl r in* sad bin a seating capacity fcr *< pawnger* B> nil** the DaCo>ta (IMI of %  tour Ottn>r are T: m. Titan .;%  Viluwl. STL VIA (right) wa. Uie lawt or* • %  >. UMUClMd at the Reef B_Hi yilftreW She | L BOM ftl St IftBM ^ IIIExcellency the A.MHK oSverueir and MrTun I %  %  seaek eartlei n UM morning to watch the launching of ibo Br.1 Oshing <•*>. Oain# fig. owned by tM Brathwaite o( Cib Hill. Si I \ states u conilr> %  %  i igh I I %  latinilu.'k'MbBMM rnernbej I I "in Which Should :in.i OlUSl I %  (i. degh Guvcrnrr..-/ I that the Tu* h or pm-< party strength h i %  Tlldeh mi I Id %  : nut New Pin A %  %  I | plan for I aUon, It was submitted to UM British FIT by Arheson'l policy pUnnlng %  Agrees To New Local Reforms %  I Jet15. Thi Bay of Turds today agreed m convcrsaUon wilt eYencJ %  ': %  ral Jean de Hautelo nippoH tare Ol the li French pro%  j. the protectorate nva bia consent In an UUk with tha French Reii%  raJ during which road* locked bv "I troop* and telephone cammurdcationa to Prance cut. The tw u decraaa dewi entirely and municipal reform) %  list Party IOI objections to this m pluii though it rejected the plan as %  wfeolc. Sources close to the Bev's Palace laid there was DO mention of deposing the Bey nor of his abdication or the removal of any of his %  ihriautaclocqua called on the Bey to abandon delaying tactics 'lie French reform plan. The <-li say he has been flndii ng : %  Utxta to ;tvfla pulling his seal ment announced that any Amerl-( to Ihe final formalcan oil i i Ity without which they cannot beto l ii' could do come law in the Protectorate. bui would) A Residency spokesm ...nse1 ...^f unch Moi'*'*': built at Mr. I William PordVi Shipyard, Bay Street, for M ItaCWii A Co, Ltd.. was launched yesterday: afternoon. Majestic li 40 ft. overall. 38 ft %  I vnterUoe with IO BL six laches da inches. entire and has „ seating capacity i %  I -sengen launch to he built locally for DaCosta & Co., LW. and ,1... the Brat to be launched at Mi. Fordel Bey street %  hipyard, Mr. Fordi two other launcl %  Carlo Ptanta winch were l.iunBhrd at th, |[ard^^."Ki Alley lipwa* HsJcaHr >J the fourth launch owned V* I) il .-; i The others are Trojon. Tira and vallaru. Trojan anil IT* built in Enghind lietween 1S2H and 19S0 while V'allanf was built in TMaidad and later bought 11 Cosjte'aa Mr Trevor Bownug. a Director DeCo •%  I C the AdiMicole that the towing of •Ighters made it necessary for the Arm to have an additional launch Formerly, when %  launch was docked they had to hire one from anotber tirni. Earlier in the day four Calvert fishing boat* were launched at the p ni of tin' fleet whb h ted %  the gnundi of the nahcrlca Experimental Station. after ta interview that theBi had also agreed to promulgate cerUal laws. Tunisian I'reil Idolne Bercoiifhe was %  — U-P. HKir\l\ CLOSING iHtw \ CGNStJtXn LOeTDOK !>ec. 15. %  . lentasn Icevme and %  %  %  mmunist mead on %  Wgn Office aaid thai tha einf iiosed n in Una with tha general %  1 1 tanker which chuse to i>r--.ik the !. %  It f Per i.r, oil %  tlon will be : the United I %  %  %  The %  by the in li Tudch party, It feet p earing t! i cally thlegal b'ork .le SCt lip by dill %  i %  MO In all with iboul HI c.f them 1 I' ngh.ti. —I' P. 11 Tunisian Terrorists Killed TUNIS. Dec IB. Eleven Tunisian terrorists were killed and one wounded and captured In a miniature desert war %  %  KconMngj to canoe] reports. 'COMMUNISM THREATENS AMERICAN FREEDOM 9 Mi*. Truman Dedicates New Slirsbre In U.S. WASHlNGTi IN Dei I'lrsnlent Truman speaking at i %  .i permanent new ihrlne toi Hie three ireel dot in %  %  : %  .. %  %  hs tdi daratlon <>( | the Constitution and the mil of Right \\ North Americani will H dat*troy the etr> thing the) ere to pgeaerve' 1 it the hyatevloa] fe i Coninnuuani > them into M suppreeeuig liberty at home". The Tunisians, part of a largi Iteiided ba scale organlaed "Commando" re< rred M I bellion in the southern wasteland, othci dlgnrtartas took p streamed across the border from the National Ard Tripoli before dawn yesteid „ m | low ,„, to earry out one of n w m be displ %  n for the Oral Prisoners Mutiny On Pongam Island 82 KILLED: 120 M Ol XDEI) out|K>sts. for many months. The t* ball were sighted by a taeptoad of Prerwh i>olice who Started from Ueni;ardane on an early morning hunting party. They radioed for reinforcements. Native cavalry on Arab ponies and a company of tough dromedary rldon %  from nearby posts and ithe three groups encueled the reoeti le bleak :.ir... dmu-s. — C.P. Curfew tmpo&ed At U.S. Station In TrinUtud l1>HT-OP-SPAIN. ItAll enUrted men --f Ihe United %  i' to o'clock %  urfevi c ItuiPod down last Tuesday This toll i.u*hl club ncident the previous night when PUSAN. KOHKA, Dec. 15. UNITED STATES end South Korean guardi killed 82 n d wounded 120 others in .... demonstration on Pongam Island a numb.! 11 saevtoe'cd Nations prisoner of w.-irl' 11 '*' 1 wn •ccufad %  local Chliutfe command. Tl ..,,.., ,.. suffered' m-n f be,n a Korc "" 'h*"*"***' U *. '"" ""'" the de%  Koreai bui led si them bj I %  ho clambered atop a Many %  .i.T Cold Miners Ho lie red Dead MANILA, Philippine? Plfty-fll ; Korean COOJUet and UV I rrtand By renrfc en a tl 1 tl la Bad Kon in oe pel unaflected by the curfew beUeved %  1 at the station since the end of world war. II. were 4O0 f.Klt I violence e> >" ^ ">•' UnitFebruarv %  %  prisoner* snd DM North An. i reseuen can soldi ,0 r^ach Ute men.—(C.P.) %  Ye %  • %  1 I %  tai ;.lR 1 1 : 11 Pravee In th<%  .. Keep %  umultaw nt Hi %  ihi %  A Serious Sin >, irununkrt newspaA CORRECTION He reewt th-i .bole f hc-lng murdered thai %  OB ti saaslnatlon. Mr. Truman ssssnowledged • n are dangi ra 10 n U1 dom and freedom -if nid JIS'I that "alarm is lustiflaoV' liul he said It II one thing to another to b--come hyitancal for "hysteria impels people to destloy the viy thing they are struggling to pre%  r.f I'D deny these rights lot ; I It I Poi m i" em brace metho-iand morals of C'irnmunism t'omrnuiilst aggression wouln !%  a moral d ., he If thai -hould come •hen the (""institution and the %  %  n srauld ba utterly dc 1 1 "...!• %  d-iiiii' '*' would be the gloomiest burial '1 %  : Id." I I' $-,80 SNA TCHED An iiiiid'-iiuitrd man match ed a wallet eotit^uilng I68O from A woiuitii on Whitehall Koad. Bt Michael, on Dc.ni ber II The woman wan bit wlUi walking along Wlutakall Road at about II 11 in on DcM-uibex IS, a wan atucked her and -natthed a wallet containing *i>Kii from her It wa* too dark for hei to ee Uie man. Ska was lilt with an iron %  take when .*he held on to the man Groeeries In Good Supply %  TROOPS PRACTISE: FOR CORONATION LONDI IN, r> M .-..-. PI Palao .t. %  %  il-ii nullified with Mi. %  %  I r ial -if all types %  Mi v r. tioddard of JofUMofl U Kedm.ui told the /luYtirtue yesterday lie said % %  r have punhascd hams and hall < m Zealand. '%  are ol scolli nl quails] and 1 %  1 a than hist %  Prli rrom *i 10 t., 51.20 r rt uu of the legs t> nid IH pound %  hi 1 %  1 inudian the 1 get. 1 !.%  1 %  ; n %  I,nt .,,.. jdsn ility. 1 : " 1 good lUSply "f dried labie foi bakers, sultanas from Ai. %  real free I mined pael rrom So,iti, Afii. %  '•'l"'" BJUBl pi. ntiImpraved suDlclanUj t„ boadoM'PlU-d, ..iid then%  11 of 1 pre n %  ddard aid that mean "' J "ffT !" %  "" 1 "' %  •Uiii f.,r the %  %  %  ti ,...| I thai housewives would phii-e the,,nident earlv Australia Wants L.K. In Pacific Pact LONDON 11. A.I11 Buan rnin,Mir.: BI Roborl G MenxtBB, is socpected to main fane HTBI appi toh t.i the Unit* levision of AN/US 1'aeili.H % %  %  eon !'...' Britain This wag strongb hinted 01 '* are in ruaswei to aueationi concei 1 rtel innotincemenl from Puttie Mimstei Wn.st. Churchll that the situatioi in th< Pacific In Itn Austiahan and New Zealand Prln Mr. Adams Coes To ( 11 111,1 /a 1 ha s nn o un i amenl had reecbad eompk h dug w mi regard I tall tundanieni.il pp .11 in due coui >.i I* I ol frkmdij 1 1 I %  %  plaM thai Churchill would M*i>k talks with %  %  -. ANZU8 an ooV 1111 Ihe face of it \\ WDUl u mambon <>( Ihe pact nnghg %  %  t n ike N'li ipproBLh" (Jontroiwtiy Ihe AttSUl pail I"i BB knee 10 the paclBt signed i Ausbmlia N.w Zealand uul % %  'ii UK BI eontrovenrj in Churchill %  merit since II was ratdie 1..-1 April. CaurchiU has reai objections to II fro tinpa< t ,,1 irenUj %  United the British Mission woo icdeiii for attainting ] rlolland and the Phlllpplra Briti ii oih< i.'i . im 1 %  j,..-. neithei Prance nor Hoi 1 MM hi Ihe Pactflc v hh h ralBtion with the liniti iitti. ia| bellevo in fad 1 iriiin. nod Nee Zaeland havi walked Into %  trap el '1 ive dj hi.i N. Dec. ij. Mr Grantls) Adams U it London ... ti 1 %  moo we tith oofeti %  on Thui rds Lot ivmg laMired . matt| relating to inIn kfontreaJ M sfni i 1 onn for i'ii QUEEN WIU. SEE FLIGHT LONDON, Dee. IB, The W',. ths Duke 11 fl which oxpa %  % %  to tjk.! ..„ is.. gandring. 1 imily will f hard work but if •*< Japanese to CO-Operatg *ith us i*.bava got preMeBBf," Mayhew Mid Uie fad 'ht hi.i World War If would not ttufluj In his duties. —t.P Pakistan Planes Attack Tribesmen KARACHI. PAKISTAN". D l.'i I AKISTAN planet attacked hostile tribesmen along the AfKhamslan frontier la^t week and Inflicted cs laities it was announced last night Afridl mbesmen whose pay for keepiny the pence had been stopped, raided communication. In ths Khyuer and Kohat passes <.n the irontiei nt 1 aid villagers leststed th.rakten id sola Pakistan Air planes atUtckad the raullen last TtlSSdSl SBd Friday aftei I giving werruu "BOOM eas: .laities were inflitfe-l on hoatile then dispersed Inlands Still Radioactive PERTH, Dae 15. foi An and Navv Wiiir.m hie htahofl said nn Sunday thet Mont.. Itell., islands are i! 11 dang* ... Bed that a jail %  lj-d to any tinperson sailing inlo the munlque said. "As 1 ther pur re the Mo W II Kha-i an Afleader wa, binned" -U.P. Fog Li/la %  %  %  %  ; %  .. 1. %  %  l-ONDON Dec. 15 I sjDdo ncr s sighted theii work to-d Th.Ore%  r f< %  wh %  .as suc%  %  • nod. L iluwed automobile. —U*. ( ind trolley bus isrvlces. —t* P. RALEIGH INDUSTRIES Arrial tUw of Ike 40-mre plant at Siuilnglunn, I nglaml 1^§ e the '*U'Ti. world's largest I most modern cycle plant makes Only Raleigh resources can give you the QUALITY — SELiASiLnv — staFNiini — and rrNUii. which di^tinguidies all Raleigh models. 1 he hkyveJl > u arc proud to 0*11. RALEIGH THE A 4 THE ALL-STEEL BICYCLE Barbados I oln. 1 .-[• iriiuM Storr Hells Them CAVE, SlimiKKD & CO. LTD. It—13. Broad Street \ aocTojiicoHeuTi MiraovTamjSMir.aacNia 1. Q*arup6iAawi.'t-" J i



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HAIIIIAIMis \ll\lH.\Ti: f, nSDA, |,|. IN K %  %  CaJiib QaUinq CROSSWORD 1 II I I I I a* ~ip~ dV k*> .-.*;, JP hi < m 1 1 5 aJt >*' ^ 1 ^ BBw— '' P j^; < BY THE WAY ... Bv MACHCOMMR %  i %  %  iui tail %  /•'• rw-tllK ..Htl'MlK llldhl bi,-k guard*. threatened the trim %  aerial i| I to %  ** M flMBV %  when hem win edle*. % %  ..*gms llgtl< ;<-m-nt. : I U \'J Njatc, '!• HW CLUB atOttOAN %  CODllQS MUM) nil a*"irdy LightA* I t danriim Thr la* pmplr m Ltir foreground were MIUIIK thloil* out". i ilmoat everyone \1 JOHN RAHH <; I'. I A %  inda) bj Ml If. ftrtiinuil la 111,. R ETUIiNiN.. I %  Hrrvnt \iniiilM M (> K IIKNWICK At tt*mk IHn-i lur at. ~ I N BUI M %  : —• I tie an.srr. IM.4 QUUI '/, rti vrtvfOBd u> prod'."* • Dili Uie UI uQ %  i X) Bwnbi* moiMr. <) %  m UML ilntf ||| i a. i EUUMT MlCOaaaHlU. Ill %  V:ut you %  1*. %  U. Own. 141 /.. d l.i nri!~ •,', ih %  warpath \ I %  rm -in i .i.ii .a. -— .f.„.vw ill ou id Miiinon u?ho Is %  %  \ \ %  > the hall Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE QIFTS Sptnd $10 00 Cash It d %  > %  ) : %  place War* dee The biga* • %  purchase tbi Saner the Gin. LOUIS L. BAYLEY %  I Mm I • '1-1 %  if ,H.| JHI*. kl.. . (M.lBd f utliabl.. ) t M/lllONS OF WHIMS A6ll JHAIf I da £ ,• List'iiin; limns COLGATE aao*i L,I. i .in. M an (.in who spent her .%  inter in Harbadus last year, back ifaln (oi %  similar %  "". \ In guest at Huttings ( iirehai %  • j itir Accompanying Mr*. Ranwick ... i-. Miv s Virginia ll VbrfUtUJ tha bland f %  the tlrrt lima. A tir-du-te Whit.-here, thi "'• %  Unlaaa1tji or North iiy IIW1.A. i l Mr. ,mrl Mr.Cremhtoii Btrch ol l "" %  •"' will be going on next „ ., ,. "Canar". Paynes Bav. St ,1 unai ""• ' thUnivernity of Miami OoeA tram $1. I.uriu MM bat %  \ ik-gree. tan. tan. fW 4iarta A ,„ „„,„,.„„, hrr .. u-te .:....: Ih. ILMing. Hol.1 u.e Mr rr.urnf.1 from ,i VIM. I Ml. Jjm HaniiUoti *ho !j S ^"^ <*" Thurl.r Snr^S m England by the 8.4, De IM Ari .' %  ',l """"* >r** and Mr and Mr.. Alfreda mleror Mrs. O I H if 91. A Barnabaa. The u*m H,. pita it leaa* by [..A v. from Caracas, "fzuelu "i Ki i Civil Bnciiteer mJMaB. %  M B A B, %  rl, Ca1Baa*i I..i Hospital afhtmi tha waa 1T **"d Mr. Warron Tnorpa twg • mi in td. is A %  fber A 'latattil Matar& at the Gr.nada %  raaldad foi foui Sehool. rlufncd llM m Barh 00 Saturdnv m.r • Christr nrriaaii t u JAM \B iMt-i-ntn ihina in ih* inurnmi. k *• %  \> if T tourarir. How .m I rtott-B" Miould T !•> %  I m. Ihimt mat -ay nd ot lh" You 0 p m. Jloaarl, • — It..I'lUr rhO" I 6 |i m T MB • 1AM III ri %  • IINI tiv Ij.unii-Knt pf.Jtt.blr i-ondllmn. Bill don'l pesenHrtlnal* o. fallrr at hanl laiai, mid >ou ran IKBJN'AaT II %  • MJAB4 N m ri.. BMtra .-ar* urad In Bnanclal Tiallw in piopaaition* .ifpftma '%  ". family Th. N.-v 4 IB i %  ..i.-i aaasM Tna Common >• I tb %  pm. Tio N*w> in i Prom IV I SJSJ Cleans your teeth 1F§A Cleans your breath ~ -: v Helps prevent decay I" 11 hi .i.d it,., aid -I.. He %  M" I fa U.C. m IVAI. in. Advi < '" n.w i A on s ii. i I %  preparing %  ,„,, „,.,„.., %  „ ,„, v %  -— —— !" aomini viilt of the Inh ba employad H tb. U I ] J i A. to %  nend theii ,. ,. ..*,., Ml CallBOaaf is I former pupi for Chrislmu* H^linfi nmrlnul$,m W—\ In irulni -r Harrlaon Collatya, and a mamM R Fid \U i RfaftAI -^ ... '" r "' th '" Empire Cricket and ,,';*' % %  T ,,K mnrtm "-' k '"" F '-"" Club. Mr. Tho„>e H *' Aruba recently of M. P.e>the ^on „f Mr. Clayton n.„r,>e lea) Band, (oAaarly >f St Jnmes, I'oor b t rn•pector of St. Michael Bafbados. iimi MiMaria C/Brian, HIOI Mn Tnorpa and al i al %  '' St. Jitrm, hut who baa "..-n-onlan. begn n-sidiiiK for tha part foui n tha USA. M '*" Wonlh* renirned to the USA. .ifiei the ., Ai-dihnu. and the aroon M irt ^Aap, W |f v %  %  B '.VIA %  On areak-and to %  %  Ckri t tMQa Kntirluinmi'iit 1 MIFv 1a %  •nil be KIVIIIR .moth, i |*rformo'clock. The pi v. „• iin.ri.,,11 Camtml M l Da\VlD LAHK orOj *' %  propHetor of the Mr Band, who a arlUl Ihk I. %  " l ; "-'tirned from the k* iva ni>Manla.< liv n I n\} I S.A y T.C.A iftar ipanding tw., WtUl ., %  '"'hs p imllday with her relative* '*ff ra K* A larn number of Barbadian MM^WU^ U1 ..... r'.iffVer \mt Sim 8omUk| to t.ikv harpa badot Olflce. Is dig S.S. Braill from Washington He will be maatpni Clarlta. W and Mrs. Edmund Clarke of %  i Mill. Si Joaapll; wore L KAVIM, H Poartfl long the paaMtUKTB, who btfl HWIA ..M,,. mmnim: I!' 1 .'I 1 ""! 1 " W-lnovd., I,. I. W I .A (-. the USA. Mi.-iklUi i-wWf with their "auni Mni iith Todd /.i/A IKrthmay .. %  I dance. on Saturday with %  Cwmraliihitiua* C l %  I, Mi Albert A OUtli .iger of tna aVtann Bay Hum Co.. '< ..'..on headnn't K i -:. rilK h \i:u \ituAI ATIC CUB N'OTK I fO MRMBRRS The Prire of Christmas Eve and Old Year Dinners given in Sunday's Advertisement i niter-, error < OtUULr PHICE is Three Dollars .md rift\ Cents <*S*(t) each. 18.12 52 In &f *>* &f N TODAV " •pirn i .: | .1. %  %  an ia • m ll I1M < %  11H ..!„. ; I-, Ml I -I.O...I I'.irl .. t, aao p.m roshi P1a,u Itm* al% p m n.iu. %  l-.ira P.n. ... 10 Id Always brush yotar tO*b right after eating with COLGATE DENTAL CREAM FREE ENGRAVING AH pon= bought from us will be engraved with your name or initials free of charge. See Your Jewellers V. II. 1.1.11 A A CO.. LTD. 20 Broad SI Marino Gardens, and at Greystone N/illaRe Suffocating "Hot Flashes" stopped or strikingly relieved In 43-90%* ef cotei In doctors' tails! •Ara you Rolng throuah ~etMii|fr of life" sufferlag the -hut ilaaitea.'* nerfOUS tetiKion lmtabLllty and oilier tvi ays in II %  .... of fuiirtloiinlly-rallied Ireaa of this tum>-uli time? dJjT "' in Then hem's hope for MJ! In taata by doctora. ydiii PlDkham's Compound and Tablet* gave "IW from tueOx dUtrrai In and 10% 'respectively) of the casea tasted. Complete or strUdae relief I Surely you mow that Lydia you know what It hs> done for "Cirri/ But do you v. ... what it •111 do for innNot It rou .pwi f ,fltiu) mil ,f lim.l. % %  i, I.,n. Plnkham'a UM V|ni>la <'on,pound. OT na imp .vd i.blcti %  nth ..1. "4 im. .n.l dlaOarar h< v niar'. ftwirr your "chaac* f Ufamar bat romif" ipo-.'.i and alrU — aaKartBn from (unr-tlonal palDi •id ai.tr !" i,l mao%  iniation -find i-inanam • •OBdartuI tOOt II OUSMHai a* wm di. iaw araew &&£&i6tooA ...the gift that recalls Christmas every day vi ft** & to MNKI I \\\l>\ to the wforld—via TCA. \%  I* a few comfortable Hour* U) Montr, .,I Of Toronto m t^anfOO i n. %  aaBtsU i"(p'" KNOCK AND rtnorrott--l.li A, .%..." Ill oitlt VMt s.AMi %  %  • Und-. I AND \X AMllTKAN (11 I Hll I \ IN Till i'llll lillM RM'I'RN OF THK TEXAN < (Dale RObl "I IIIIII-.I-IN Nuthl. lllh I' t RlTrfl IT IN - VVHIIT1 VMIIIMII.I \ WIN FRRK—4)Ni: :t Rt KNFR F\LK -*TVF •>. '.'. %  .','.' r ','.'.'.'.'.**' r 'ssss*'s.~s.'.'SS,'.'ss-'> %  '.'•• %  '---'------••'•' %  -it.ia P w ESTERSROOR UN You Chooto Iho Riaykt ••*- for rh-a Way Vow Writ* l\orv day oi i ur **ift will be recIIM with happy memories of ClaTaVtaBAB win it you giva i •"ii-rlii.-ik nitparftet irriling taassnunant. ... .... utj b | %  :'. 'i e They make the mnet iitd k leis .ou cfaooag eiutCtly -' tin| Irmn 33 nmnhen-'l and interchm venhle Point St vtea! O&tewtooA yomi Hbopplni iiitii.'iilhiAntnony at^i ah I(..H II -ion. oi OWN Moon •Ad t" KOVAL U.l two 1 Tody 4 \ . MOMVMoos loin I I IUrrl-i i i.l !! %  HIGH NOON n.. Sl. of a mast to run IVORY HUNTER Jr> T*etm:.lrBA IDSB* OI """ rifs.Ki KATIC 010 IT Hi. 4 as a Wad s, Hill Donald i i "T rtta vm -• at IBI MM.I BM WiUi Vartln i i i ..Ktsao. W1 nrt Ttiii .'.,' A w.n., 'wrsTieffir. 8 f^g^ WOSIA.t NATII i.ovra SMI Mrw..ii Otarairr J-*n Wavo* ^lattonr Dtatrich BACH Wllh utciiir n-r. •ai stnti i I>I "304 J CXBSMJ I(hr II mi. . ,iu. j.,.111 now > follow -up my < hrtfctm*s i-oiivinument. Moal ul It it M K. R. HiiliU-'. Showoom, this year . not thiusual thlni". < ii lunui j in fart. Baatrtoal Home rlajayaauaaai. attraaHve rmtum.' Jewellery . a colleeltoii .it line walrhe-. picked up on the way Ihrouih Switierland. And Toy. naturally, from Santa's I'nllmlted. "Porlablr Tvpewritern will please mao> i NIMI t-t Hermes I've elver the lot "There yon have a few of the Tree bend1m Item* thia Christmas Lots more to tee when yoa rome In." K. R. HUNTE & Co., LTD.



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PAC.I KUIHU.OS ADVOCATE ,V. D8C1MBBI M> MM BAfADOS,A.ADVOCATE TIIK QUEERS < ItOWVS <** %  <• •> IH > Mi C 1.14 Pl4 |H- Tur-H.n. Decemhsi 1 • IM l llAIM MM THE i :i reached by the O %  be i' wealth coun%  the I been chaf I %  ) last niin met ii i'-iii to formulate nKFC's fourth report The Europear. %  %  i1inN i stride multllattral trade and Ahull will eventually niakf i convertibility ol currem I 'Is. No one tKpee tl that thii goal can be achieved quickly biii n is noteworthy Ibal UtoCom* monwcaitd conference strewed its Intention to avoid Greeting a disctimin.' economic bloc. The Commonwealth canprojperity .it th* pens'n nation* whose pro ]t v i mpoi tant to the ftabflil the free world then the prosperity of the Coma A; the lame tun* >ms,U dependent territories are (ar more vulnerable to tin lr,cd than are countriea with gn human and natural The British Caribbean at thla 4 its development La completely dtp* on guaranteed market* tor the s.i<" prodi: i1 the tyatam of Irnpnrial preference it seems almost certain that their i ecuritjj woutfl be Imper illed. All Weal Indians mual then .show the satisfaction expreeeed by Mr. Comes that exfa ting] maintained. Do the othi i hand the British Caribbean like ail other countriea would b* d the objective* of O.E.1 and hnpori t o buy [roan ttv nearest and cheapest markets the Kooda which they camml obtain locally. In this connection the goal Of th> monwealth conference, the expansion of world trade, must be warmly welcomed, 1 depend* n b* D cn Bowrnrnent i n terpret* it* atsnonsibUity to achieve this objective. The Cotnmonwealth i nferenc has outlined the three major principfc i1 foil* wad by nil (hWeenrw rrt Inflation and rise* In the cost of Hvtnfl should be curbed. Th. Hi "' Barbados so far has been vary reluctarrt, to take action to achieve I I and ta this day aontuaues to sut&Adiae eertajn '"'ported oods aH h sat gh wa es have HVI rsJ tin i ere ftrat in troduced Secondly sound economic developn ei l should !>•• eno raged v th the objei i "i li creasing ptofluctp i and cornpetiUve power, providing en ment and i i I irda of life v I every one agrees with this objective there is no unaniroiU of opinion u to ho to be achieved locally, Professor Be In A Fiscal Survey ol Barbados (a docu* man! which ought U) be studied bj i ri,., %  ,iBarbados is r il undei developed countn within the real meaninfl ol the word. •"Barbados" o< under-developed nor developed but something intermediate." Um Its culture is (alrls fully developed i major crop is vuii too often, overlooked by planners, such as variation, of rainfall, partial dro hurricane and disease Too little lion has been paid by anyone to Ihe sustained by sugar plantations after hum canes in rather periods of the Islands history, 'ii' oi j real economic developmen! i Ki : certain reward in Barbado is th* expansion of the iDUrlSt Industry. The advantages which tins industry possesses are threefold. Tourism provides directly and indirectly grcatei employment opportunities for Increasing numbers of Barbadian* than any other indust: *r Tourism Is the %  and the < tied by tourism era %  for the i-< np ol trade Tourism is a and both the Commonwealth Economic Conference and the nKKc meeting have stressed the ne i", for exploiting the dollai i ot fully developed The i can be the United Kin de\ el Coi mwealth coui are wi known Australia, Africa and %  the major portion o1 what< %  • ] %  can produce for Commonwealth development. Capital for tourist devel lid : -led by Canadians once the government ol Bai bad the* u capital proflt* and ofl : | . by tl %  i e followed here "tiitii.tn.ii • %  %  %  Ideal %  %  Of QUOt of lb and Mil be the in . .. | O-RJ I t'mle I %  %  M OJgJEJ ... incontl may i l ind the 0 EJ %  H the goal wil Kx t ill l\ I H \ vii %  l 1 . Pas ..!. %  A Sil\er S|IIMHI It %  I A %  %  %  %  % %  isand %  I I %  I %  up. ilfreaVs ( ran a H i 1 Km* All' %  %  : : . D 1 n ST i:i)WARDS CROWN The crown copied In the Ume of Cbarlei. II from (he down worn by Edward Ihe Confessor, la the i %  Kiirfl*J All monarchi of England have been crowned with it -nice it vrn made. %  i now— for urs In the wine bi i i %  %  1 ;id undei fof two *re>at | I bs : %  > %  OUSbtSSI llaram lor ih.rtJtM b loysU) .did wltmlmivcly befir %  %  pouued. Aiiii walked foe MV* Wnvri EdwarU V*j, nt the age of tne swmd. in %  • %  %  them should be ,i BUMa, toe wai sword of uM spirit, ivlal was valued Bt n lib. day*, alinough not ntnclly p,iri Oniaraentcd Swords oil Bui i to bs •" '" ,hc Sovereign. All Were Suld M, A Rjogral rlnji o All wa reOn of Kaupnup u uidudtd in kingly r-)i pf ;. bsai A,i *J '* i 'd that wtv i bei the Crown on idvtsei m sd bsi bo %  irrj Only %  Crown whkh ll DtMbeth i Oiled up her llnscr. i ihe ring sh. %  .t bet Oorae il i thai she wa^ wedded to i io ihe 'i tre ''' %  i Besptrs i i Orl i plots The Resali.i that will ifiarr< whi'e dflfVs r' mounted ->n ; globe r Equity snd Men The Orb "the Ool nt to l %  %  ti all the ': | SSV m In Ihis %  t u %  %  .. i ... DM 11 1 ron on it. It foot I, but I %  II ryrnl % %  I t to wear it I "Oil l-'rom Heaven" Ihaas ureoou' The Barons' Sajuabblas i; ^ 'mnHed to ihe r. on wDJI ind tbem back ktuv> i A \ %  % % %  •'..• and at 1 ........... (f on ,.,.,. Th* Ur Ck'tober 31. 1952 Our ItVatlVr* Sn\z ChrMmaa i./w-r %  I SIR W. ind ina*e. i %  %  ind gratli S 3.00 Wild Bo : % %  Hi B.T. DWTI 1 60 %  •-I tur) ... t*o \ 5.00 %  . 1 5.00 • 1 10.0* %  1 00 A Friend 5.00 Friend LOO n '. ii. 1.20 rt 2.40 M ll 2.00 . 5.00 %  %  J. | i .. i will be i • < n % %  Mlu lor the help of JCUT resd eri i %  the numl' i I aulstcd %  I isee. Ident, Mr ;i : League Frlei Nel ."i Street %  3 DorvQ$ foagm* CkrhtmcM l/7*i/ e 1 lot funds %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  ..in -i iiiiuii, I 111 I il.. %  Ptlblk Unlut.iv: sfe. be grateful if you CatCta the • ly meet* l*Ul put. and 1 am pubUc would welcome s motion by KOBM honourable mem* ber or tnemben requi the *7th r>cember, 1952 be dc%  : t that then Such sveryboOb one always reels Ui haws been Inter%  %  it hot %  the be.t day to go bark out to UN Xn !' I OHOST OF X'MAS ffnai SIR—A review of Bim appeared over my initiaU In %  unday'i Advoralr. A friend has attention to the fact that Mr Tberold Barnes is Joint Bditoi with Mr. Frank CoUynwre ol Hun. and bai always been BCtivetb the publication My rsfsrence uWesnrs to Mr Cnilymore as oondiicllng the -iimto-rMMmed" might h) imply n slight Ni Mr liar ne*. Phis wa* pure i hope hi will aeeept my apologies and be%  .i.i batend. 1 was u Barnes wa nnscted with the editIn* of Him. Ihoueh 1 bavi ill rontrtbutlon neular 1 have %  onMtbw that his amusing drawing cOUld lh" eolleeted perhaps in book form uld be a flrt-ratc aouvsedr "f B s rbsdos, and might well liens I" anv br. ...i b> uur Publicity Commute.All (hat 1 have said %  4 R f.n tin I am sure. :.: %  I %  HI BSI DM Your %  ) AUBREY DOUQLAfl Be ich, Ha>'.int* D*. UUfc 1993 Ribbon Parachutes Are A Bomber's Braloi ribnon^wrichute pntin• ;..| many', ** here ol ire Unisl RM paratchjtce could not be eloped by %  British Brrn. found The hat band trade was I ad S •. i. .. %  %  tandsrd pi" run The furthi %  Vu w k on parachutes a nil i rexes is t %  . • ko n< much .. Beularty sixi .. n where %  Imvi %  %  %  %  my io tourists t ijtinR hot* fiat*), %  %  just a trifle too l "jsted to fdonl t*! mque In thls dls concerting con plaint that I Hum do not stay long* i to learn It is a Bcfentule fact that human beings *n a prc" n IK "'\ -res much which thev ai tomed. and we musl |h*J the n* of the visitor are all-inv portant '' ..-me here ul j eporti to their when thev go home.-Thr rl wi t| f )C larnely wasted if an appreciable proportion 01 UM n! %  them an Impreson that • tl ^, t, ere n amenities for their comfort Itora thla seison If tl prefer them Opinion ; now and are titei belpful tl e tourist liamed from actual lh. past Wvoart theyaS worth printinii, OIM>OMUO\ lll s • Tni: '"' %  • .mour in Hollj h ri'lusca ABMtiCM acton .,„a. %  ann-Hnt. t I 21 month*. 771 Hollywi OJLUUES 1 1 Ui ARIES 11 AT THE ,\IVO4.\TI: sraiMsnan lor till V.UUHCXS. VEGETABLi: GAKIIKN MAM WM A Powder applied to the soil and worked and B rrnU a pound. UQViNUME A liquid manure put up in I'j Pint Bol-.es St * ernU RetUe th water. Weak (I Teaapoonful Io 1 Gallon of water) Medium (2-3 ,. 1 .. Strong I* ., 1 .. ) When applied by watering pot does not burn the foliage. For use with your Compost Heap for converting the waste materials of your gaiden into Manure. 10 rentn a pound. WILKINSON a HAVNES CO. LTD. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. BtTKWITH STOntS $515.00 Da Costa & Co., Ltd. MORE. Krd Cssssas I -irr •* Bioruu. Dinner *4e. per lh tl. per H> SI 20 per lb SI 35 per lb *0e. per fb 7Se. per lb SI.20 per Un iplre Coffer Make thin week CANADA DRV WEEK I rh.mr eirl* ... We deliver Jl ST ARRIVED . Spaghetti \ rnnlrelll K.ni ,ii pork i I../.--, salmon Apple* Peanut Brittle GUker'4 \\ inrs S. ATriean w n. %  Trj a ll,.ui. f GOLD BRAID KIM . • Costa leaa than Fin .... Look sood . Feel better Meet itif rt . GODDARD'S RESTACRANT Enjoy a *nark while watrhfni the lioppln e rrow-da go by • Only the be*t SCOTCH and GOLD BRAID RIM Served GODDARBS %  MSWBK



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PACK SIX RARRAtMiS ADVoi III TUESDAY. DKCEMBEa. 1. 1M Is BACKACHE CAUSED BY BOTH Kidneys and Liver? *s) u half u Nwjrio*uch quick. u*% %  **) tuflrr ailb FIT lhi lini ; : at noce— C"ii!*in "pr Caaat-'i K lwrr-1 i lbs* ptwduci UK-1 I' ilust* Kc -'vsr lull 4 cencury. Fhe IIAOK "L*. Cbaar'' M yw* assurance. 7 Balanced Education System Needed # Frm I'ace 3 autoinobil. c.-iginrer*. i an be Thtir iiu,.| prooiaui ;.K,that n if great ... more pec.alL<>e .ilucaiiur. •"•Wad mwhamc*. It will nr,t. at attention to A tecftni.-.il \acho.,i costly than an at J ... academic uimm in tin it requires not only %  Ji.jti.u I BACKACHE IS YOUR | WARNING! M twUth* —llr the fir., .it" •* KiaMr TM. Th. k*--. a>* itbl-4-. Mtot H^all-iHl* b.ih SI—1 IW % %  •atla. T* blaad *tat* u kaav* %  MI* %  w i n and *. Th—.— I—IM* Hall a — J'I !(*•"• a** 1 •* %  "*•* %  trili h, doct—i M luiwn rlaMf arm (hat [toad'B kaoW. hit. *. kl. r-d %  ItiaBfl •f .•*. arias d m I*-* raw Uo-d it tlon for a university degiee III engineering Barbados tirg' I riant, and %  %  %  but I sait but taff. but also • • ment. and tht use <>i material*. The te> b sg cated as the S.\ of a Grammar S I the peda\tjogu*. market price IN persuade mm k| •lead, you will haw as much tad .,„, dcerut „, readllv all uV than be could tarn out .„] , sentimental argument* profession, that are sometime* brougri' The second problem is to gi\. defence It it the Sugar Industry the technical school trie social of Barbadoa that needs technical gUnding of the old oni ld who And* Grammar School Unfortunately S* n %  V^^etry difficult ; EmMar"! i IT to your tatsdbsssnl rhident..h..h '.cr*. in* PBttaana I 1-boui trie M %  tv*t to often. >ou do To intioduce academi. nucn t „ m rj rB Q' M tJMC( j ,, %  xpects the ch.ldren parad -ub)-U ^J^f^^y acho. Ijim ng. and 1 ,n. |t Mg inspection, and he foi h*re so few children are going .-_--„. r eu,.niiil* l OjUjajtti ny of the tupi-.r: | training for win.' capabiht> but the implicjT..-' th a child hat no acaden he will therefore have ttchnlral ability, la. of couna true. Furth the child know full ncli try to the ncan.'i live, and th.it IhoM hiU the beat brain* in thjtli I the scholar'!!; that* and pa> the entmr %  oae at my excuae. > doubt you groan under many ,r " mm *^i^ Ch 'V*u £ Leaving th., controversial .**uc. The returns jou have to maKe wrt "' rl io build successfully We wt (rh i h „..^ i,„-_,.„., ,.„, „„,,, kkf certain social sutiati's %  * *• intelligent hild a ho ha* on I ba dulj filed I mysei: nave prcgreaacd faster than his ne.gh. felt croaa with eionori.ms tnu ,' o*cut> he has more natural p Und the cost of school milk ability and perhapa because hi proper! tie educational estimates and n ** been more studlou, and mor. M .i.Mk out the high percentage regular In hi. attendance bv whirl 4 education in Baroadoa. I school. And we want mm botwasm ,\ know it does not matter as tU * knowHilge. not ,ust the pub ->th let me return again I" tt> iples of our profession. Wc to do to many thing* that the task indeed seems formidable By at our personal examples as well a* l*i our more formal teaching, we nhave to produce the right e)t|ggH W*m payt in any caae; but >>1 ability We are not nt*rettrd for a Barbadoa of the future Wi ** to give it stKia) itandinc to ' >uld like to are the Social In hia m unle he can also prohave to found our work -re Estimate or tne Public <*uc* n standard of lechnk-al pro, an value*, and. never lo*u. ajfjH an-i diffi^. much IU...th Eatlmate crsdiUd with the Hcien, v in English tornpo-nUiii 0 f that esaenUal foundation, we though not all. ol thr mateml it expenditure' of thla sum rather and Arithmetic. have to provide all of them with rcallv need* is at present in our Ulan the Education Department. The problem then r^'ve* IWHI Ih(1 opportunity to develop hi* or %  ^hools It.on some econoinltt could tell ut into how to let the brighter boy hor .p^iai talents. And yet. we This has been something ol .• how the percentage of the revenue develep faster than bis neignnave lo Trrnern bpr Brave New to m> *tenT_ on education had been rehour and still give ^ rlr opporw^jd. an d beware of planning too minutely, of treating the hlld a" a pawn on the chequered Enough to fempl a idint — cvfn Sonlo / 4te 0aa>3 • Tommy passed into the Giainn.. JM School, while hi n"it*>\ aav a a* s/i %  t*a*|| failed and ha gone to techmca Dodds Kidney Pills sch„oi Third DHsndt, IIFT? Mill Ijxikine lor The rSBRCS GIFT? Ask to setthe new Presentation Casket of UM/.C0L TuTLET SOAP Three lovely large rakes. >f thii drliehtful soap in %  dainty plaMic runtai flr opporWor | d %  original argument. I have tried ducsjd. tunity to the dullard to reach a ID maUitain that manv threads are Thla u#e of your school hour* mpectable standard of general woven into OUT educational theoand your teaching staff for purknowledge and literacy The snap* t o*c* wbuh are not strictly duofficial .niwei is 'streaming-, tho boanf. who Mil he moved from r and I* forgotten a fault will decatlonal u likely to incrsjaae crllection tcgether of thOM ehil^"••'' '<• ^uarc a* *ems KHI to :..r.rii. We have three rather than diminish No one can dren of similar nge and capabilus his riders, and ne>< I i.iam purp-aart. the rehgiout. the criticise the laudable object* of ity. so that -a' stream goes faster individual personality which is Heal a 1( the etonomic. and thete i!ervice*. but I hope that and further than your other hi* inalienable right. We have to truate main s-hool* of educational Ihdue who tntuxiWe them will *tls*uns. TWl is logical, but ii iesteer between the davll of thought, the academicians, the try and use a* little teaching uuiro* for its implementation a regimentation and the deep -ca of A third difficulty is l< aracter builders and the technitime a* possible, and, above all, very large achool numerically, unco-nrdmated effort. If we sucthe elcm. educabe economical in th* number of and. a* all of u* know, the r( ., s | ,,.„ Wlll K Vc ^ ,.,.,. in a achool the a To e healthy and fruitful we form* and statistics they demand, streaming of boys has. in practice. ,f „. r f B ,| ,h, rr w .ji| ^ manv w h<. whose teaching is on the moneymu-t kco '' balance and not allow I share the inherent conviction of to IKmodiH d by questions ol W| |. L1 (im th it , h n making )ob whl I I %  % % %  fl "" 1 "' -lominate the most professional men that moat tt.itling and the *.te of tho forms pi iot they could have artSr? ISSJSVA -wc...i ssrjSa\.rsi. isss^ xuss\nss snErtss STMS £t5- sssr w •" — s3WJata!^i ground, and try to aptly some of .—..__. ^_ .—.-,, pdfitlve entrance to the gramma the same reasoning to the elemenscbools Vlackiniosris A OfUClOUS ASSOtlMENI Of IQfFEES 4 CHOCOlATfS to earn a laru. leaves, and this defect in the tr.i ins of our young is Ltkat) I in .* pftitive entrance to th So,.-I welfare, however, though £££, s ,. n (j ., (< r m m VM W It may bo u duturbing (actor m ,. ^ trH Pre t ion of a Gov..linn il^u ...+ ln. %  • """' rou could ^ ^ h !" rt h u *K !" !„ r Sun •'.'tr? one of,'. % %  HST, !" J"de r b„ied twl !" "e" hlnk d " "" "" ,Us'''to' ro'^'nrnen!?".nHntv £*IZ cSSdid curncuta. ,oci.l or panic.1 ...-•. will b ^ "J"^' n J r !" fc SSSilSi. tmnste. ..ml v.„ou. roons dintrull ..r . „ other lechtiiealitics. I do not proent Preparatory School which worked to an arademic curriculum and prepared boys p.,ssiblv nt an old.r age. for a I examination thnn c;in be set to a child es*,n than il I' of the older ps" I'nt'ertainly A ruri.is-: potnl f .houKi 1... %  11 know how (tifflcult il is to dt-tlnaulsh nc.iii oclv Ijctween the capabilities of small il.iMren. It i cs'rn more difficult • *I have it •"* ,,lier ^ r,n V la gil ? '.'T ** nriVOU WU maintained that the first dual purpuw of ducatlOO u primary jfchuol bat nuttget. and h: j school*, i I,, provide proper Moat secondary schools th.* find Hint, however fair ..: ThOM who conthey may be. 'h.it thtjf hW :• ,-. etitrat* ftrtt on the general level consider;"hie parcontgdgj -if Important than any pious cxhortav.ew from those W tlons in the development of the prepare tl tude and hi* example la f.->r not." cf UlajaeywUl hold" a different m this selection. The older ihr ImDortant than any clous exhort av.ew from thow who consciously (r ,i|,, ifK | the WIOVI the range scnool would do. at the scioiii g through mote peg an acadcm.i able object, bu; then srtU mUy tell In ** fWlire Of **tol. while another twMMti duty of Iftl Udi island None the less a good equally hotly that they are railing mut be limited In llSO rtlal ft TU jtaff can do letter work in more It is not a question of dish lion of tumult, tne l. ab c m ui(iial %  urn.undlng*, and I or false data; It l* a quesi.w v. •%  ""--7_.. ,„.i. rv material i* the du;. shouUi ncrt wish to Ul.ttlo the the standard of measurement, and £ v m 7ul Technical Vli.*il it*ai riimeoliusa with whleh of what they regard as the overSchool* or thp T and lo* vtria development of the prepare their I tor M moreMam lnation -uhkects he can nr sort of cltlien we all want. A advanced educat.on. It is there,„. n „ | ( >wer this percent..r-e % %  • good staff i* the first esaenUal for fore quite possible for one to rrror ,, Hkrt v to be The PYepnrnt good school, and you. and not maintain hotly that the Mandards (otfT jv*,^ w h | r h I have aurjMst• achool amenities, arc what •,_• e l c ^" n '*I?!'.u_ !" .,."_. fd will m:.ke error* In itselern; but these errors win be uliusted M its children ... cimgenlal surroundings, and I or (also data; It is a question of jvv thmunh the compMltlv.enmddinuM not wish to beUUU the the standard of measurement, and practical diflUulties with which of_what they regard as the ,,.,,,,!,.,. ,„.'| you are faced, or the exasperation riding purpo-e of the elementary i hiirhlv skilled T,, oro. lhat "just often strain your nerves, school „.''^ Sd All this is. however, outside mv A> the Ha-dmaatet of I -ante JMI !" wope. It Is a question of coals and *0O %  I am naturally ,, i cloth and the nv-iuu of Biirh.inuf. intcnvled in the second ob.... Ih i l I'M 'tlon of a boy to mid Three Functions ,,0 t w J l J£ thai'.'^niL ami"?* r> rov^utwiiaiy '" lOII rdtl Wh.it 1 wanted to suggest is that ,,. alvon( i arv ,.duUon is prosounds. Children lr. m your rhniral hool Ihe Primary School is today trying |dw ,„ ..* cm ldron, that could school* are (locking to ant* .^ failAll IkiMai Jiaftnisl fnnistush. %  41-< a^^_.. Jdekalmount t ity of the child population DOtly, and perhap* il luxu not come very high in Hi r on r factor.! although id trained What I am suggesting may well be impiswticabte .it praaa n t i .. know iheta are dtnteulliea with ,,i.,rafope. It Is a question of coals and secondary scluol. I am naturally n t rai i S p ur i of young ihilui.-n ,, cloth and the MVonua of Barbamoat Interested in the second obund family problems m them nolug too far from home, but it Always a time saver... lo fu'llll three distinct (unction which are not always complementary ;md that perhap* some of the malaise which enters into dlxusslon of elementary education is Because tht three-headed natura 1 I mark lisas Mit been fully inderstood. 1 would describe your three functions a* literacy, preparation for secondary education ;.il welfare. The use of •he primary achool KM work it a common feature of th* not be Hi" "only"purpose of educafee-paying preparatory .1.1..1.tlon ..l the primarv stage. And mentn of our secondary schools at ••ven if secondary schools for nil this moment, and indeed, as long WOT %  built and staffed, only u us secondary schools in the Hland small percentage would attend are lee'paylPSJ, any parent who the type of academic school Of utmost to ive bis -on econdary winch Harrison College IS IBtteducation his to face the qurtton ..mple The conflict between tlu %  ;-ueaontwo purpose* of elementary ablp to ,„.,,,( a government educationi is UWI to some extent ^ ^ fU bsldiscl preparaunavoldable; but once the piri, i|y .j^ „ whJeh ,,,„,.,,„,..„, -'holarships could be award. | jrou will dislike th.you will rc-ein tin uggestion that at the age of nme ir so you may be deprived of some your most pro m isi n g itm i* grasped and i PMOUll mid other machines "•." JS !"!" HL.' V JT^L -..aMstion %  h which to brim certain We aeeondary ch...U ,do not rc. n.nt 10 it, chiMien oi 2ML l 2"ij; ;,; J2?£ "! l,!,'.',l En |fi?!)ei h wITrkm rnorVthiin .uiul lioundinii in II." Hut'thai la to pit ih,leK U nd.r"h, ?* Sue he~h a\..ho,i? ihrc R's No. offi B>. lake f. lb. ehllaC u, lies, there are dental Inspection medical overhauls, vaccinations, illations,, wriuhlnaa aiul mea-unngs. There is also as In Barbados milk distribution and gn,'rnllv tree luncheons a* well. A* %  hool Is the obvious it throuh which this wOlfan l.ik for* the child compamlivelv few .ilersonally thnt tin* rncntary n> honK i„n marelj mv age qf elev n is rather late to .tlart any especially academic *Ublect*. siuh as. for inslanc Dazzling whiles, sparkling colours! That's what Rin\o will give. Rinso washes thoroughly — removes all the din— vet it is so easy 10 use —and so gentle too. For a whiter wa>h, an easier wash, a quicker wash, always use RINSO. r^ ^ RINSO for all your wash 1 I J Save ajj ways with this BIG CAPACITY VAN? Her* Is a Jelivrry tan thai n uneaofllta (oi ( he r*onomic*i ourrlng oi raanv types of good* HandUni is ewer hnautc of eaucuaai imPibiy for ihc duvet andsDialliu'u.tii^irslr. Dfu cr' cab sticl *nsk %  !*•** %  doors a great *a:riv and nmc mini frarurc. lirif*' l,id ^srssciiv m it* ilas* !% %  > cB*egs*t11 'ti M rifht hand drrn VI4I ep**sakg rear dooi* *Bd ISM l-'aiim^ ga* aavc uo-f oa cola a t u oa and deb**97.riMrHomiCour oprfrtunit* if lxrrart* l.-r the TouriM Seaaor. ECKSTEIN BROS. nAV STREET DIAL £S3 :\ Coloured Sharkskin Waffle P.K. Shot Taffeta While Crepe | Spun Satin White Straw Hats Shoes Multi Shoes White Shoes Black Bordered Spun || Brocaded Bedspreads I Blankets Bath Towels Straw Mats (Large) 3RETCNNES 36" Uiually NOW $2.21 63.03 $1.40 SL3S $1.12 s .!>K $1.17 S .81 $ .98 s .n $4.20 SSssM $6.50 S.-..HH $6.50 s.a.aa $6.50 S...HU $1.20 SI.OH $6.99 S..7. $3.98 S3J3 $1.44 •L30 $1.27 KI.OI $1.20 S .1111 leal Swiss Vi .ui In a 15 Jewel. S27.40 Cilcloth 48" Shopping Bags Boys' .Shirts Boys Caps Plain Tropical 56 Pinstripe 56 Parson Grey 56" Gaberdine Shirts Cress Shirts \ylm. SIO.1II.KN Handkerchiefs M-12 Socks Special Barttain. Belts available uniil Pyjamas Chrittmas Evi Vests $1.68 S3.98 $ .60 S .98 S2.98 S'3.98 S3.86 S6.50 S3.98 S .38 $ .44 $ .89 S5.98 $ .65 01.47 S:I.I S .so S .88 62.88 02.98 S3.48 SI...II 63.75 S .2S S .34 S .74 S.....0 S ..10 6, 46 & 53 Swn St. THANI BROS Prince Wrn. Henry St.



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TCESDAV [lUI.MBh.K in, Ikfcl HAIliniMis VIIMH WE i \i i limit: If Dot aavad bot .eeUng Salvation. plUM Will. f~[ mii; IMM.K Wblrt MakM Balanced Education System /Weeded "GODS WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN" J _, ft. BObarta, Oop*l *' Book ft Tract BarrlM, 90 \ Cuuti Aa, Bragor, *TA ,* *.;::'.•-: %  .;'• %  *.-,-,','.*. V,V." BILE BEANS YOUTHFUL I %  FIT ../ Ja? g I -full of rign ale Be.oi mil Jso nub you n.l, full ol .crgy. cheerful .nd tucsculul fouwul tie. hare inJigewon.lle.dcbe. ut be cur,Hip.ie.i. Inferno %  nred if you take Bile Betnl I SUM TO SET THESE MEDICALLY PTED HI tffBntlD PILE MB Child Must Be Free To Form Personality %  .... %  %  . % %  Mr. J C HAMMOND rto .k df1 ft fUl I lege in a lecture lo the Eli-n-.-i %  ..:> !•.< %  SftllJftM m i %  Saturday pointed out that "for our education to be healthy and fruitful we must keep a balance bv academic training, character building and technical ti-ininn and "not allow any one thread to dominate the othera Mi Banunond abo called attention la th* dangei In n. attng the child uii % %  '" l "' moved as hiaattara think tit. nae^Mtiiaj thai individual personality which is las inalfc Mr Hammond said.— **" a kaln : IT is a great plea.uie W be !efe today, and I am deeply ,v %  t.nscious of the comnll •aid to me in Inviting To part i %  i i pan in i#t i %  %  Jury school.* h*vr ren (-(.portion*. Thr f gevundary school faciti-, jUi.il.lr when it ~ la appierlated that there u nevere boy*! mere % %  I dor> nut enLhaa thai id glad to [<,• ft| ystelf in Ihll mftftTB) Mtther bri i which I belong. ol tlM ike %  rj school. < %  "•"• Training ... |o I'm"IIIM i...' ii.lur.lly lo Ihc ...oblatn •• •f !" "d "' n "" 1 "' thought, which I laid a the kill s, hoolma.1. uscal % %  < !"•• dlwaa ol m,warld '* %  "•"' %  ••'• "" to build cltliaiu -you know thai -bevauae in thu W '"•• training ol character and mhealthy emMr, placed on 4 ,,, „, .4>.ilil be judged ..ii in m i l .Ml i know thai I crl> compclcnl lo Mdrm you. of leeching the nee grot which %  ill ni i that lu tone WONDERFUL TRIP" Tkfi how thousands of axporlanced travaltrt dotcrib* their flight* 1A PAA and wries of thought! '.mii'. whlcn mai and wni %  'lies -n : nectrd with oil i-TMom .,,.. and discipline ,f great Importeli paid. The m*t n ,-..->i la Ike ho hai noistiot of .1 whme i wards 1 hU ow %  pnnenta of '*> %  b*> ike othei !i"* *• '" ; '"" method.. „.,.,, Tftee have never iwi able (u put Please do not mlaui.der.Mnd g?<* '-* '"' examlnai u. opptiMll ',' %  %  %  • %  %  %  %  %  ma ihe ,n. hut. K it Uke place. "" '""^ cellftd, foi met We km*, island pwourci in uBOtftd, x ""' '" "• UkM re-ort %  pftMUtv, Wrtthoul Bee kwai to tt iwaUtn raatury ou incoherem or )u plain cnmUc.1 procc Mupld. 1 h.vr had eomp.r.live>"ltrae Hie cee.l good ol ly mtle lime to prepare ihi. the i.tl am consul, o< a i" lnev.il Wf Know now now and otaeivanccrn inconsekule •ducatlM : .' •: % % %  !" .,„,. ganda. and how ., child lie. of il knowledne %  mem. •. M, nave reacted --'. Mujor llini.llllv Mr ili.:ipi.i"Hi.eiii In %  O" major , dt-r. P.'rn, ,0 a. ra , ree b d '.T ;v." 'give "eta**! toSS .mum pu. ,.-. Jo. . ,„„,„„, s i^vinuig x xsdz . ,: ' • nndu,, TroS ,;,.""We" have ncdenuc alillm.p KfcVtH r^ of machine, we nave mi" %  %  ( %  Th ,„ ,,„,. haUvn In higher nn r.irniiig. .1 "" 1 made an obK?,I 7 .l m : • The re.ull > %  leWld; ?i^n 'crtoeiV and who Ihlilkface lb. eo.1 a, U BOB '""' % %  '•' .mLTlk lul 1, !" of ou ,,ulred. Thoao who r, ^1 if. u, orcach n U.* -linT 1.7 .Sort I ar. %  an %  %  '-'" %  %  %  plagued wilh .. muHll,,,!, these iroublowime love to abttrnct th> plum fiom Ihf p % %  S oe only their OWI -it ihe patch-work i Uttl vrho nui! %  %  ha tninlna ftloni I %  prldtingi 'f oonaei. pitch > real *n taterfftrti D vtduftl rtghl ftlaniy Thoxc of irou who Atdoui Bux> Bl i. of a World' will Indivtdu ftt.i.i 1 1. %  Three Aspect Thev it'U %  it th ' W : in 11 ..1 %  < Luminuiniv hfti i"r.-. man, tor It ta tl thai the rellgtoua, the polltl-.tin. on Ihoa* who letoul M DftTand ihe wahomlc, and the! UN pattern moat of our troubleti comes Irorn particular i-ciin.n IIU' P of tbOft. three each rukrft ***&. J| 10 enlarge Us sphere and domable. You will ,r,n m ^ r 1 0 *J" ( \ %  ISal Otbtnt The medieval only the 'Alphas were ow !,,;,,.unman* i^lft-OW, full intellectual d.-velo, !the RerTatoSS ** P'^arily lh e 'Ep-dom' ..-.. in Wblcll drugs to a sUnd. Jl i, vi 1prtmarU] tcoaon-lc, .mbtcllity, %  • infti The edueation.il lyiterM hftvft ,,rrform their men" 1 % %  M gtf and Ihetr %  ''' n,p llr t s *" h "" 1 ^ ''''''" oiodeni rocAaeUc, men were edurated t< not li iiful orlci ii \ old 1 HI gpiin .111 Hunk .if ft 1 Kiiplrtcly. %  .. ..-. ..: 1 i-nd large the onl) randidaU f' ba set tneer pn le. tlvft from thai limitiil clau entry. In paulng, it ig thai thw i* thr same uncial problem a* that which hav 11 educetiao JuM thg .III.II a .ti.-r.iiMlull, to now <.u\einmellt Aid Toda] tali hftg 1" 1 '.1 inn., ut ub B ldy to lucaUon. by the wide ^^ ^ p ^ ur# ^ un(w -1 the unlvamt] dog ,i|v|il|i iboUtion i.f kM 11 the 11. % %  1 ii. .f lecondai •rhoois. Unfortunati I 1 1 perij un. • ii.ne been Ii •porl HM U certain to |...v K'-HI divi. .-. tha mimbei' 1 I %/f A MERICAN Mti#i/> Umi ns tv. CMI. A C. I>d hMM un IAHM tv*-*.*•-.iwai the. sln.iil-l ilium rancour. Tile hie tlional plBJll ,„ Bran N' wi.ii.i' b, prexu; UK To. %  ,nd Hanoverian nehaols %  . ; : %  A, unlllled f. .c.led to he genllemen. 11... have reaehed "„* "g *.'SJ its-?: cational pur,>ose. We "" \> %  •< %  J'' f ., ,.„ ... T |,e',. %  train our, children to ^ enn^ ,.,,,,,,,,, 1. i, (| ,.,,..,.. ,„.,, ,, b much hU| lot *T 1 1-.1t to alTli.Of value m the ..mii-i.lion but it ,..,e and %  ; '. %  % %  liewnte; d ke unwtoa to nrcept the Practical BklUa third aahool ..f ulura f %  I %  iiihiii' nl. '., train 1 muie Uirough miiai skiiN ttian Uwougfa NOTICE tlan nentlemen and_ *_ I to .6*1of V.I V 'K 8 i?.Id^n more than • If vmi I av '"'""" %  "•" %  '"' IK ''""• &*"*• haekneye* ami 10 more in. ^ | f >" ,,,„,,, ,„.,.. ..,. a ,. i.iou. P l "' l "' c -^, Wf ,|„,„l,l :.„"„„, : Munk, ,. ,„i'"" here Tthread, that ;!' V J^ ,,,,. ,,.,. lu-lieve llim our educational eonJ v al) c hjld en .... .11 round i.-cllnlral education tnil then attempt U vi ,i L taarully. — know tha infallible way t.. Irani y..ung im-n wtM I.-. I Ini.tiatcl, (hi re • ept nlmWe shall NOT be OPENING TO 111 SIXES* ON Saturday 27th Dec*. Always Refreshing! V it's "4711Genuine %  awdrColocBC btaclai and Ircdi like a morning brrctc • ,:nJ sirjiglit from C'lopnc on It dim. Cet a bonk lorcomfort lacaj now H oioldl Will our friends and Customers please note and arrange their Shopping &. Order* accordingly THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. "Cussed things, hen* "I thought I had taken every precaution — yet they still get worms!" "Tlicn then tops one precaution yon didn't take If you'd dosed \ni with 'Plienoz'is' once a mouth they would hare been in full product ion now" 'Phenovis' rut SMI in nil *.OTHitsi controls worms in poultry OBTAIN AIM I I ROM V 1 HHVOI N A SONS II \lt ll \I n s> I 11). \ i i Ud. a*uh\iiiir^ ,<>nipaii\ ol Imp,rii' > S c? €ZEfe ^RrX^ MR. PLANTER ,. i • conaideratiOQ the famous — MASSEY HARRIS 42 B H.P. Heovy Duty 6 cyl. Diesel Engine WHEEL TRACTOR | M... uviiilulile wilh Hall I r.H L .: uilh our 5 Ions AM.STKKI. CANE CARTS filled tvllh overrun ilrakei and I'neiiniiilir Tyres These units Imve iilremly been tried and proved lo Ihe isali.lacluin of Iheir owners — be n i lliese siilisfied owners. I.KT US ASSIST TOU WITH YOUI1 TOANSPOnT I'ROIILEMS Olhcr Miissev Harris Agricultural Fxiuipmcnl available includes — GRASS MOWBIUI AMI l.tlAIIKHS RAKKS PEN MAM III I 1IAIII IIS AMI IIAI.ASSi; M vvi III: SI-R11ADERS HHTH.I/.KII in .1 in in II HIS Etc.. Etc.. Etc. V..m Kiii|iin ii-.s invited I— COURTESY GARAGE lllllll IIT THOM LIMITED DIAL 4616 Whil.-p.irk Road AfeWtS J1j.433iS*3*

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PACK EIGHT II1KB Vi><>"~ \mi.i Ml ,1 tSDAV KM IMHIK H..J CLASSIFIED ADS. MIX E1XANMII s TCILPHONI isoa Mill VIM. 1)11 II AITOMOTIVF mm THANKS I W aVl"HI H I %  i %  %  %  aw • 11 | %  %  d II U f -i %  %  %  %  ELECTRICAL II 111 II MMMIS Bauxite Mining ( IIH rations To Begin U Qcbo !(. %  %  %  uture to |nj of Mux Bank for the World litcnk Loans For Tlie CoUmhex IJ.W .1. Had V>1. It. pr< siuLutiun Ail C'u.allh I alk11 NDO* University College of the West Indies. l-MCTLAL DEPARTV A „. ::l|is. Exhibition! or Tcchr' Tram !" S 'ihould crawilt Ihc lUudenl Tutor lExlra-Mural Department. Ho* ..nd 20SOI for fuU parMcular. and information, ana \ Applicants for GoVI Form* 'or NOTICE II %  %  i I I 1 II II II 1 .Oil III M i. ,K in %  i Nacard %  %  i %  C Maltr fc^Co. Ill IIOUSKS FAIIAWAV Fi.lU l"'.iln*d 1 I roan biHit*. si l plant. Wairimill iu> Carpor Imw i,KinHonOilj % % %  B > tlaaniltii cbaia*. IN ADVANCE Drfl M ;e ill SI II n NEWIIAVRN % %  ru'w tan om tour*, crane — •*• <-'••' 1 IMVUI loot.... UaBtMl fUtil. WaUt_ nil. supply Monthly tM • ph i riMniri charge, IN ADVAN' i. n.: ,, inu Ua JIVT r.i an > II %  va Hani. P roBKiniBB NOTU'rl %  %  ••all. l„ i-...%  : ceded to flnar. • January l*. nt themes. Lkhard -yn.UU s*i U T1 *? d ! -re expected to „ M.H.". • shortly to Central and --ration* %  .vlmi-lon and AppUc.tlon f %  •"' • %  and parobtainable (torn the Dtretl :hose of thr W, 16.1Z.52.—in. to lutuu th Conference. This, hv hirh i the persons of Hi Albert %  %  is ii a-m 1.1Q10K LJ< I NSl. NOTICE T %  Hiaa. — r ;om;' 1 ued that Kcvnolus Mat* . would be pr hmial Secretary law emm m.mici uhuft Bl M\r Umc he Hank loans h.id not thought possible. .. icaMnal* In I in flnan.ltiK ColoCampbell said the United Kingtuaa d:tn and the Dominions h-d rcUwjl 'he ... t*d thCBB had ;. standard of liviia that i on th. possibility Mippnrt and th.it m return ttm t cuntrt-| | Inwhole. |d to the development of the on the i me. he i Kk*. he BXplalned, will uiMppad l : %  d Into aj %  aluminium. SHIPPING NOTICES TODAYS NEWS FLASH %  Your liiar* for 1953 BROHNr. S NAI Tit \L U.MANAC < III Rl HILL S VOL. V W ONI* v.rlilh WAR the Bank's loans DOldfl said that I lonHM Mr. C On paints. m*dt %  I i % %  %  nternenl with them. The value 1 t P* f ** l -?g £r n is! be hritUh (iuverimiinl and local QO tcrestcd in aavtiopiBi the. iioi.univ Of IBB UIHIUI. %  %  KHOONia OWNTJ** w i sciiooNra OKMIBS* It ON ilNO %  Ciibbcjii. %  i -.ii i MTINITfW. I t... orr-H-E* i-iiKI'm CO"* l, lt . Slrrel 14 II I fO AM-ROVIU TCMANT %  OMOALOV 'in c,_.t m oiw i"< nr|i|r
I"' manmi huirir sm-Mt > • bcrwni No rhlldrrr ITv.^ BIM of Bo XX Co "" %  Adv,B D ^ .u m VI ISM\\I a again%  1MIENI nQ mtM a>nk>M by a %  :-ii by inr Appl, %  i ii n FOirLTRV uvmocK aiurFTm v.n riii. -mm. b I M Mli1 all Mtutdav. inmi. AS ''< in If %  in Red Uiiim Offer* To .{Vjmlriatr Jap I'risoiuTb ^ t I*t.n ri'iu*'" be i I %  ' %  : ' . .. doui Uwl p.' %  i %  an eould istroplv l %  %  %  %  %  %  %  % % %  0 meet the I irses involved. p|Ck " lai.ns low i.... %  I Alif". T. 1)AIT A •-! I . Brl.*M u n m MECHANICAL .MISCKI.I.ANKOL'S I.IQI OK LICENSE NOTICE r*w 'pi' 1 %  i ,. %  i -• %  l.t.i lh T,. \ V. HAIJtH t-4 A !' %  I fi.ax-ivAi nAwoMnr. f.., Applt—HiN ii Thu apBHesUM %  t-ra il a •'* bald %  i i .1. M npilai lh. >tu< tI***, ai II A ** ll.\Jl*EH It hai • i,i satlaf) i>tti %  ludes. Prime HlraUiriistudy of %  %  iht Bank u*w ( ommont .,, ,ith at larfja. s /^ !" H*f nm ;' n ~ ii; W gTeater %  I-"i ,.t va the wtaoDi I multil.iieral and ad. mpbell *lso expressed new prci i that a system i,l long-'.' markets rtonarv pro; %  %  ..ti da CANADIAN Montreal. Halifax KLR vice and Saint Jdhn. U.R. HEKVICE From Newport. Swansea. Liverpool and Glaigow Kap*(U4 Arrival %  .••.Hat! • %  ••HI Hi">>'l <.I.M !> %  ••* aataaaat M Nov 10 Drceinbrr CO\Ta (M fdMx Black U'.. aiach Sltrl.l ilUra Ual AXNOrxrKMKNTS •UNDAV TIMEH "Ko*P %  an Btilain. Had lha Sana lltitaln'i bf.i hsfenbea Sunday Nrp.pr.. ftown Ut <'ou Uia aan. " o( publKalioo. Dial old and oblam a ub• M-i ftotn Uro-I* Muni*. Iba jltiitDnv Tlmaa C"'iipotMlriit ui^lUtDa. 111. I c a aaa jua i IN MAIUV H irmix Moll, bai-hli no Chaiir Choe•la* In 1 lh alltarlivr hn.. Intl rt-alheth.-d Ud II u 11III li.S. Mas New J*t Bomber l.lljl nil IK I AM SIIIK I I ,' ... WASIIIM %  luht tombrr ..I Ihl; Tin: MTTi.t: SIMM' l.\i,nisilr In-lich ParfaaMi by I.KIKN. LKLON0 Ullll LENTHERIC 16.12. K I" IBOOM KM rMOfBi I Dr.. II V II Drr. a Jjouarv E.itly Fabruary K. AND CONTINENTAL SKRVICE HamhuiK. Ki.it-ril mi .ml London llatnharf knU'raaaa H(.n DHIEI) mUTT Piiitia> BM ti— looaa and H"Hi- W-Ii.ii Hid Aimonda m ihei', W v I'lKlt i S' | Oraati Oatv %  rnaal, rr panmtaii i i" ril Apulia. I at a bn-trt and . %  I D v ilD. Ba .':-lr. %  A.M I ftBJIpB] I II Thu .11 -i %  •" i'" ' %  >*ld %  i i A n M..n.l I lMI#--. IPSB .1 •rill %  built light bomber %  BW plane if a %  %  I rinsed that H oiden-d n. •nun -••- mmmms-'mmfM.'%^ < ^ortlflvtl Tbt RRfl and Martin ..-ptwlnj li-'.v "<• two I'th' hnmhcrj %  "'nb.ly l"l Wool ala Ma rlattrr., I ui.. BVNAMB IA %  "ALT UMltBUT. DIM 7 DM11 Dec 13 Jan l Jan. ft nnwrtit I Fabruary Agent PLANTATIONS LTD. Phone 4703 Pa Pols. %  ..uu IT. aavaapa and Chjinpasnr. I'orl. BaMTJ i aektaU faaa WWafcf> Liiiurur. Half PM OhMBBI \\r hrs In iiilnn aai i aataaaara Ife ii our -.i„rrs vi ill be < aaad on Salurday mi mlirr Z Z i | CHRISTMAS GIFTa • • DB s %  w, •" IM V "-;S! %  irtel til d %  ST.,:'.. I rorm JJ %  Ua* £ %  p i %  i Bridte %  %  JCounlly BinlK,' OU Bcounln Viilac : a gBw. -ii: r A *Si S"-' %  i'" i . niS -& I VI \ll lh P above at 0B. BM ^lalkrr \ma lln—bOi. rai Vii:, gold England %  Quean %  S^hip HfH'M'l.y C.iil jfjlhr above at Ma, earh V I..MI.I. %  ffll-n I-*Bn PLANTATIONS LIMITED Bniaii >t. Baa] Baal|lBMani CHRISTMAS EVE AND OLD YEAR FESTIVITIES AT v?/ic <7Sarbados Aquatic Club ... t %  .'.':. PRICE $3.50 i I.VT": Prt.ll o DM N i %  s %  .. i nu i York Hai "'" i ml Rtna Plum Pudding — Hard Sauce v i: %  i M %  W ilan %  Demi Tasse .., • %  Ma, Dial 4*fii HdMr Mlh and II MUSK bj Mi C. Statue Oaiiiv Balloon Ounce: abio DOOR PRIBI li .. i 1 %  ATTBACTi (RATIONS m -J J i i\vini\ si in i< i. rrariBsani] Aliii BARBAOOa I'.r luiiiKr Information applv Da i-i.-r \ . CU LTD l-hona 11M MTV VOIIH MTIVIIT; IUII) f AM'OA PLANIBB II M WEEbS> %  -1 11,1.,1-NH AUA PvDTII ,.,.'.V.'.\ ALTOA POINTCB NUHKfILK KAI.TIMORE %  jew vniiK An. ut "S 31 Dr. .1 .. II Feb. 3 PBb 4 Apr. .VICW OHIIWS SMUHI. (HlnT\luHTLY) 1 ' ,/-, 6/ A /%  Ptl'tt, Cilll All ihi ..ii... %  ai IJi aaafej Voemt-n


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TUESDAY, hid Mill K ii. iv, BAKBAiHi* U>V I expressed their indebtedness to mittee who will draft -n • those gentlemen who iho*. rules for the Union, and takl .tround the island, and demonruch other sUps as itod what was being d saxy." the Housing Scheme, and in thBoat Building Scheme. The cir-ular states: • H is Matr h %  uiousana. ,. B^_ m:|[|i m ,. (ll ado|n "The advanuges to be derived p*' 31 building of excellent timber from such a Union are obvious." k ''* n a Santa Maria, IRXB Bnlthe circular Continues: "It i* h Honduras, felt that a concerted body of ,l *** also clear to the H opinion would have far greater ">*' there was • vtrj %  %  effect than any individual efTort; mand for pitch ping m I. that legal advice could be sought and a keen demand for good boat on disput ble points, and such building timbers, such at the Siladvice provided from the funds ver Ballis of British Go. of the Union; and that "rny fortunately, the supplies of this coereiv action by the governwood are not large, and there was ment against nny member %  ( umand for it In British Union should result In immediate Guiana It* re-action bv the whole lauun. I" Trinidad, he said, their chief TH, cxul.r ,„ r ...... ;'onc pouil which is „t ,,,.„„„ ,„„„, thlrtv .,| V0 Importance Is the need ..1 In >oa „ „,„ „ nd whlch WM no%i OJJMd iillowai:.-.-.i. -uih M Ut iwrnnnlnn lo bear M. 1250 a year tor marrUd in.h. ,,„„, n ,„ I* 10 .*??. *"" 8S*. 1 *-"* m .mall site, but a. the tret-, act oldar, the sizes would In Ma\ Confer MRS VEKN'ON KNIOIIT yceUrday •vsmng cut the ribbon to pen, the Dew Yoiiken Service Station at Eagle Hall On the left Is MUi Doris Jones with a bouquet of nowri. for Mrs. Knight, and right is Mr Kenneth Jones. Proprietor of the Stutlon. %  for the area. Last week, the Trinidad Phsr9 rpted a suns %  %  • i British GuttM %  .. %  i. i %  . rrinidsd |vanna< to prepare a date r the DfOP OOd CSssfSTSSsM present arrangem-ii*All UldlVld 1 itlilll. .til %  %  %  ii. lard. Lnboufer QiaV^ed W illi Soa'fl Murtl.r ANTIGUA, Dec. 15 Uriea loth, labourer of Detrggd with • %  II It is allsnJ that the child STSJ %  %  lion of th.'I'.ci.i M Trmidr %  SI. Michael fibfl Scouts' Ass. \onkers Open Service iioui Mating Station At Eagle Hall for Ufe Assurance. T M i axices are out consideration of the ptfl of living, and niie "f the flrst actions of the Union should be make an issue of this point. it is ab>o consi er roent, or to get around Iha to'" ,K ^wything to aDoourofs come Tax, Laws. The obfad ll larroal as fuel, behave a representative boH opinion which cou'd approach concerned. io Sider.it on, and the regulati concerned be brought In line w other West Inili.i, One of tinbehind the idea everything to i Ihe use of charcoal f utilising ^^j the waste products in the forests, government o n matttn retaUni ""'" v %  llowlni fr On to the rales of .neon-., UU H %  " f ,h > t u " *[*"• .. observed th .t there are some ( ;;"' l " 1 "" "£; S~ • that people wmo do not pay ts '" British Guiana, after grnonshare of taxc. while there are £•* MOW is one of the most others who an. than miportant limbers There, it was their full share, and added that •*•" more plentiful than greents one or the matters the Union heart. will want to discuss with the * therefore obviously ImGwernment %  • ,m **** • %  Mr. J t ll master of HaTTtl appointed President of ihe St Baal Boy Scouts' -Local Association when the Association held its inaugural meeting at Mai rison Col Mr. Lisle Harrison, ,\ CniimusMoiier for Ihe Area, said that than | .1 group sponsors — Combermere, Harrison COIIUKC. YM.C.A. and the Cathedral. Ha Hammond to act U chairman. Major N.olt moved a resolution fin Tuiming the Associaiioti. lit known .1st 11 Area. This was %  gcoftstod I y III Prank Blaikman. This motion was agreed to ungjtln M.mbiis were tlien elected to .!'u which tin rats of. i-kibseription was tlxcd. Ou :hintotiOfl ol Mr A. A. Durant It wag decided that the rail be one dollar per annum for elected members and two shii) n*per annum for associate members. Major C Noott, Dtaa Haaalwood and Capt. H. .1. Williams %  ran fleeted Vice President-. Other elections were as follows Mr. Frank Blackmail. Secretary. Mr. Michael Phillips, Treasurer, Mr. G. R. Bralhwaite. Mr. c Brathwaite. M. <; |; Mr. D. A. Fowlev Mr. J ( HoPO, Mr. G. Bynoe. Mr W. Abrams. Mr. W. A. Allen. Mr. A. A Durant. Mr. O. A. Pilgrim. Mi G. Qutatytst, Mr I IV DdVis and Mr I. A Lynch, members of the Executive CODUnittSttfi Nti (' D Gittens and Mr. A. S II Vi Auditors; Ma jot N 0 % %  ". \ I Chairman and Mr. Frank Blacknian. Mr. C. R. Brath* O. A. Pilgrim, representatives on the [-land Scout Council. After the clcciiom Mi II .n %  mond asked IBaRIDStl lo ker-p I their enthusiasm alive. He said that it was always easy to start THE NEW Yonkers Service Station wai I opened at Eagle Hali CoRati %  terdhj %  \ • 1 ii in the presence of a lar>je gathering when Ml H.\ C Knight cut the ribbon after Rev D. C Moore tud Wei and wished it success. After ipeechei by Ml .1 E T Brancker. master <>f ceremonies. Mr Kenneth Jom • >r of the stnln'ii Mr V C Knlghl tnd B voti thanks by Mr. McD. Srinroonde, rafrethnunti INK* .served Mi 111 inker said that ME luckib for him ha %  .1 n %  L though a|i graatci pi ice itng of his iit-\i, BsrvtN U tnd •vttybod* w shed %  -„. n him success. Mr. Jones had cer' lalnly efaossn a veiy tine site J ""> ,u been m the transpo/i ..nil tie. Mr Brancker. had no __, doubt that the ame business .*' 1 Mr. Jones had exhil.Ur • in his other concerns he wouln the running of iln neW %  ""' "" Mr ' Bervics station. of towi If a cat 1 Mr. Brancker-s rein rka were v l1 ^ followed bv Uie blessing of the am t '' ""' ""' ' Station b) Rev D.C Mo losUoul locon this Mr. June, vpoke x '" "•" Hesaid thai tha Bervica 81 itlon „. M b;ilI( was no overnight 0 > latlon so that mushroom decision. The gen. I ,,,, ,,.„,. l'" h ," r n 'if lhe> wish* 1 eing constructed it being n ; lhar* w.i thra t-t'i venture. in. v, nh in trie %  I %  A. the The Proper Site It had lieen his CsM %  station, but there %  prcper site. The presi" tatlona and mOttO] Mr Skinner whom Mi. JcaMI made out of n. tad aarlh could not in u „„. money In H ipoh* Re tld that it was his first had taken much energy nnd effort on Ml %  for Miv KJ ht tha ribbon. nd that Mr. Jones hud shown petting 1 sight, to him in ttfV>, but at thai time he was not In the be-d ol nd was afraid intake tin Moving the vote Ol Hi ... sold, but McDS.i %  ~ %  %  .... community for having trai any movement but it was difficult e*t the Eagle Hall Con* to hold the enthusiasm. looking place and DUlldUl Mr. Harrison 1. oved a vote of ihiitaUofl He thank' after vhh \h< ,. lad Ml 1 DO ID the film show. Ing of the stat yjouA JGnaA Shoes For the whole Family! $4.00 Mutm LOVELY L1NQERIE Q1FTS Art Silk Slips 13.43 lo S.1.51 Atl Silk Hull SlipS2.I7 In *?.J0 Nylon Half Slips SI 61 Art Silk Fanlirs 83c. lo S1.fi Nvlou Panlii'S $2.29 lo 84 82 \* Ol K WOMlKKIi I. •/| 1 7 HOSIERY f\ W \>l.ui How in 42, 31 i.nd f.11 ^iip UUUKC vsilh dark oiillini-il t-* Heels, dnrk Arrows, IT dark Heels from SI.33 lo 83.23 pair Pure Silk Hose • %  82.87 •t'* NIM I.. • Mi-sl. Wtk. H || l„ S2KI % */'"' Art Silk NlghtlM :!i.-, i., -I mi N\lon Niuhlies HARRISONS-Dial 2352 1,-NH-lA (ilFTaiid niwn SIKH' Novel Mn lur \mav I'reseiil.s Ii. I,h.. BullM (.HI up in Qoraaoui XIIUIS Pack .il no i-xlnt iharne .ml. ( ..iv foi Hulliv Xm.i. Pack ran AT UMEDA GIFT and FIOWER SHOP Aquatic Gap, sailing agents lor BKKi; H'EATUEKHtAll Illi. Hook your otder NOW We have ol n.hii,.M Urdus and some Canna and Aster %  coll III "f ttie rainbow In i Ol Hull. i..i or W In be in lime u gel Blooms few the HornenHnral t shii>iun m Pab> r> laU Hollas, mejha ., practkej and original Xti,. %  i Part) Una A h i"i Mintat3*M i MI-DA (iin SHOP nil: U-NKaVDA" itu. lad n. st Banltai | I iun dry. A'|Uii!n (l.iii Ahen .ill "Hi-l Hay m a Uiicrevrr >,iu Hng die best I! find M.i-rl-n SWAMP-ROD i \ Ihcrr BO rd lo o j.tunid laaUag ,\\ in.'rr.hl, 41..I irorftMMK, l. I c fou h-c /I I Mil U I m : IHM ^ s I .la. • \\\>" tU_ KOiu' Mirarss*sa IVAMP.ROOI sdfl %  ad a lofdV i i r M.II ., hi-lllo.ct Yoi.II tr I HIM i' rfn ifsrVtrhii nn htaiUrlii. ao marlnsM' \v \MI'HIUH vorki t.-i, loo, bssfiaaee ifa UauH nd lour I>I.I %  beo*hi n "i>ii klv* Don'tlaaacaancei sriti Ihehcilih of rr aidnevt-ukc K IMP. KOMI Keli-M. s\\ IMP-ROOI .wMi.ltfrom the q'lin mrdi.inc in the x, ir |.!: **-*• auJ r*f! (.11 l>K. KIIMIK< s\\ w\v ROOT TODAY* &&&, Qtoi/w, Gi aWiadivc JAW PALJIS ltl< llWtll III li\l 1 IBffl ilVrfuinr A IVuden PONDI .n 1 -11* 1 i -ssuss. mil.1 1 ROAf 'i Otfcai in Baa) l>l FssAUl ROM MsAT II OaesM in iw*> IMH\KK\ VALC IN lIS i.Viwtiru-d -irenU) lOlt M PARH i'i HI 1 MI laVaTM i".n GOYA COtOOKI \ ruin Ml in \m 1 11 .* Paah KNIGHTS LTD. It must be a SIMMONS Bedstead For Christinas BEDSTEADS only, Rize 4 ft. G ins., each 50.01 $12.60. $39.83 Size 3 ft 3 ins each $3" 3 and $42 30 COMBINATION BEDSTEADS, size 3 ft. 3 ins. $55 38 SIMMONS SPRINGS, size 4 ft 6 ins., Each $ 24 50, $29.00. S43 38 and $68 08 Size 3 ft. 3 ins. each $20.00 PILLOWS. 18 in. x 211 in., each $7-55 CANADIAN INNER SPRING MATTRESSES, Sizes 4 ft. 6 *ns each . $11130 CAVE SHEPHERD S> Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12, 15 Broad Street.