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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1952

Lord Mountbatten ppointed

N.A.T.O. Commander Of Convoys

Ang lo—American Teachers Urged To Further Studies Taxpayers







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N.A.17.0. CHIEF

French May e
Depose Bey
Of Tunisia |

TUNIS, Dec. 16
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j Je Hautecloque flew to-
t ) Paris to discuss eventual
possession of the Bey of Tunis
vr his refusal to sign part of the 4
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> Excellency the Acting openec V 1 programme of After His Execellency's address, Mohammed Sidi Al Amine
ud eC nm Ss G or said that oped that songs rendered by students of he School Choir sang the carols, e Ca pror ed esterday ntorning
. t s of the Boys’ Foundation the school. They sang the school Bi In Dulei Jubilo and the afternoon, two articles
PARIS. D ice § i who had not taken a song; “Built 1 sure Founda- i F) vefor salina .
ied v : Ai FEC 16. ee would espond to the tion”, Gaudeamus and Heav’n. \ vote of thanks was moved e fulfil vont i :
THE North Atlantic Treaty Organization. (N.A.T.O.) Headmaster’s exhortation to pur- \ play “Refund” was next Mr. G. B. Evelyn, Chairman nion aad " cael ad “ +
Council approved the Anglo-American compromise on! *¥e thei: stuilte, He was od» staged. ~~ story w as of a a the Cowerning Body plu OF the Sanisian dtiee ,
SE ic ine es : P avael Seen, _»| dressitg the gathering at he aterhead, who had left schoo . “rie 7 .
Meditert anean n& al x ommands and Prime Minister! 5... Foundation School’s Speech for 18 years and returned to ask dj Seated’ on the platform were: Taxpayers in some income group : cost over 128 de a and iy
Churchill announced this afternoon the ppointment of Day yesterday afternoon. the Headmaster for a reimbursee ay r-G. B. Evelyn, Mr HA expre awreement with the idea os : ie nit . ’ ittacks {
British Admiral Earl Mount batten uncle of Prince Philip, “In this connection, the recent ment of | chool fees The play: #Talma, member of the Govern- of forming a Taxpayers’ Union, Ht “ a * + th } ai x
Duke of Edinburgh as Naval Commands f convoy routes rtisement in the Press that was very lively and delighted ifm Body, Mr, L. H. Skeete, and |!" feel that the first duty of a ad h: > a oe eee
wie ~~ : vie _ . ananhial ss as tine ’ vi ; i a niot hould be to en- a. ea na ‘ ature
through the strategic sea. Government 15 setting aside 83,000) everson , . . apeer te. Glnidon Reed co © Government 4 ype in ming after the U. on
The ona th as Sg Pi ee t -;..,| annually for the purpose of Mr. L. Harford Skeete, Head= Some of the guests were af- 1). 7 Adhd oes: 5 TR A Di: th Africa would mean. that
NE enc o the ong squabble vetween Britain and pursaries for secondary school master, next presented his Re- erware erved with refresh cut eee people who now ’ hed Tunisia and Moro
the United States over the Mediterranean Command teachers ought to provide a wel- port for the School Year after ment while others walked | ScaPe the Income Tax net, uF h le alin, of atiowine
question came to a quick end before a secret session of me incentive,” His Excellency which the prizes and certificates around the school admiring the |inom ., t the ae ie Avab-Asi bloc to present
N.A.T.O. Council which began the second day of meet-| * rat 2.30 Bee nce : rua presented by Mrs. R. N, aac “s made during the [many people who work for large e cruel and imperialist
ings here: : ~ ate a Te d 3.2 p.m the Speech Day urner pa school year Suma Gf Ynowey: Bndced not: Ons nt GES
-_—_— — , } Carney N vas ras ’ : ‘ any incon tax because of their Hoth Tunisian and North Afri-
‘“ TO 2 . 8 NGING q AROLS seasonal employ ment On the Nationalist claimed that
Council epee other hand, there are others who wished in the two preeete
1 seN ; < are lre bearing a heav mot « to be blamed on ench
; : fen, and are constantly being} EARL MOUNTBATTEN ition—the murder of Tuni-
( ence s is! to pay more . Jationalist Trade Union

I
‘ yw mar
terday that a

told the Advocate ye
a taxpayer, he wa

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ne quite aware of his responsibility

ce us. } to the community, and he was as
esl ti a the start anxious a one else to see im
( t ore lat € ove Ot ervice He thought

however that too féw people were















Moslem Seets (5.02. eS

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wae | +t re killed
‘ fhe F on the other hand
Want Break imed that the Nationalist went-

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DOMINICA, D 6 ‘ . ta ala ina neler wd oe +h) ‘ , 3 :
* ee Lo 1 \ intbatten was cing asked to contribute to such 4 ‘ 1 | ilar! n North Africa to show
Four elected membx i Wx » Hou Wind- services, and it was time that some l i ranee U.N. General Assembly tha‘
hoseau Town Council ‘ ‘ entered of the people who were benefiting heir complaint against France
the Mayor gave notit *ithe Navy let ir 913 most should take over their share CAI D justified
nation in protest agair B t \ i { tr } out of responsibility j G Cou iH r the Frenc hoped that
@mend the Council constituti t es ith A married woman who is work the id id ie Vole ; UN esolt n advocating
depriving it of cdntrol ov D Flotilla mer u id that the allowances which] ye ou nstitut urged \r 1ewed Franco-Tunisian talks
ces and empowering the G tions iespatcl ure ‘ given are “too small Le 1¢© membe and i Bes vould have signed the
in Council to impose na t f H.M.& and should have been revised some! yosjonm, Government | » first articles of the reform
municipal taxation, Illus u t time ago, She hopes that if and| diplomatic, economic : gramme Both Nationalists
Resignii 1ember t i f when the-Union is set up, this mat-| )., lation ith. Seance ur ettled French had
as representative of ' r e ill be gone into fully, and | Phas me proved of them The articles
they regard the cont ! that the Union will be : le to put ho ; ilw the election of town and
constitutional char t Ait Up cf in proposals which Gov-|" pie | ‘ \ ith a Tunisian
mental end far reach ff k 1 er ernme ould approve, : ; bh the On! runis the capital,
for the Municipality ith | c f of cent f Moslem culture } tow! ancil '
instruction of the elector ] ¢ r 28 ‘ \ i fowin : feanwhile Nationalist circles
The Town Council Dominican Bishap | °°: iter fowirg owns. Mined that the Resident General
lished in 3 1 . ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘bl All four se of t vy to Paris to ask for Govern-
trol over Op ki or Gold Coast s a fait? as rol aks nt permission to launch an
I § fF Su , 1 < Ire ” polices Tunisia which
iT port ; ; pe re 16 . | the clow aa il he 1 1 mn f Y er y on Asie i cam
} ‘—— Mather Joseph Oliver owel m that they h { : ; : eae f
Sir Huber orl i ; Cte D.D., a native of Dominica and | Their protesty against French | Sessi n, pt nat Supt ae oe a
t ionalist dem Ws, £
On. Way T eo FE lori la Jamaica s Trade json of a retired ie holy has | Op} re ol n Nor Afr | beast ci” ranteullsr, 42 Istiquial
a en nominated by the Holy See nd their man W Appro=} nt a. ;
: 2 , » , : . ' t | Nationalist Moroccan Party) and
De ietl Worsens THE SCHOOL CHOIR sang three Christmas Carols at the Royn’ Pourdatten Rehool's Bpesch Day yootes a8 auxiliary Bishop of Accra, Gold | priate action will be tr | ried. arya leadere--U.P.

From Our own Corresponden day afternoon. The Choir was loudly applauded. Coast. |

Dr, Bowers who was educated at |
Dominica Graramar School,

KINGSTON, Dec, 15 |
Sir Hubert K.C.M,G., |
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KINGSTON Yec. 16.



Rance,
ca's visible

Governor of Trinidad ac anied! i adverse trade aa) the
by enty aioe fle re to Fin i vlan ved considerable de- S S ‘AND studied for the Priesthood in the | 2
va oo "Tories Face Critical US. ST eet li erent

a oe wit subsequently attached

United States. > rie ceaiticn: aenreanied: by aber’
Governor Rance was on his way | 5 re ee ta te
) 1

to Gainsy ine;

Rome and

to the missions in the Gold Coast,
returning to Rome in 1950 having
brilliantly completed his studies

produ cing, an adverse

le. osiaide 1880000" = Debate In Commons

Wor ida, to

attend |









mitted to the Exyptian Gov-| Communist

ernment 4nd all oreign
diplomatic mistions 4n Gatro

diplomatic ‘missions tn Cairo.) Capysters Hanged

out the vorld





will be exhort rORONTO, Canada, Dec. 16

ed to contribute funds to ald wo of Canada’s most notorious
victims of French “persecu ingsters were strapped back to
tion’! (baek and hanged together for the

To eontinue a militant chm urder of a policeman,



a it no tien | S P.O.W. ISSUE ras ita ike" An ah, sega
pe ad a TA and: the. Aleon:| ©2500 ‘ z ‘ | ‘The date and place of his con forums for “i'beration’ of the | Jackson one time an RF abers
Steamship Company at which he Die Pe one Mas ae De riod LONDON, Dec. 16. \UNITED NATIONS. New York | seeration has snot yet been an- ree French Da eee mae en Pact re
will lead the discussion on the) | °°" i te +e ‘eas ae sora SECRETARY OF STATE for the Colonies Mr. Oliver : Dec. 16. nounced.—(©.P.) ped last fall. "
federation of the British West In~| Aymust 1951; heavy impor ations Lyttelton faced sharp criticism today in the Commons| The United States stands firmly They were recaptured after
dies. He leaves on Tuesday and! of ‘basic foodstuff to take the over the measures taken to combat terrorism of the Afri-|on its demand for voluntary re inada’s greatest man-hunt.

will return after the Conf

for a brief stay before returning tion. of pitat equ pment a : : : : k 5 the sole condition for
to Trinidad. Nite! Waohte apparatus an Three line whips- “urgent orders for attendance | Korean peace talks,
Speaking to the Press on condi-! vehicles f industrial develop- went out from both the Conservative and Labour parties; The U.S, statement issued here

tions in
Rance said:
successful year, but like most West} tion and preduction:
Indian

going up so we are now faced, The islands’ import t year
with a fwo million dollar deficit.” | jrcreased in value by over ig

idad’s revenue this year was much | ex ts rose in value by just over | | Africans and Europeans and pe-| Peace proposal rejected by the ers of war hs
better than was antic ipated, £ 2.000.000 c.P Sees law and order Peiping Government yesterday, , t the live
re oe" . we ee oO ay. | “The Labour motion also ex United ‘States officials said the} ing cos

porting migration. irele } led the

ments was signed today by NATO
Secretary
warning that the “stability o
North Atl
gravely threatened when

rence |



place of local crop destroyed; the patriation of war prisoners as

"ss Reds Accu

can secret Mau Mau Society in Kenya colony.

nidad, Sir Hubert
We have had a very



Government | last night said U.N, Command —
‘in effect the U.S, Government —
ready to resume negotiatiéns

j ylwa

The Labour motion which may ‘
come to the vote supports “lawful|@ Panmunjom whenever Com~
con

Th ‘Ee action to eliminate Mau Mau and|Munists accept proposals :
r ;to suppress crimes against both} tained in the U.N, compromise

building for the which
rehabilita-
nd export

ricane

ment
materi

imme ar

housing

Mau Mau debate, during
policy| fae s two critical motions.



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territories expeNditure is} ¢rons destre i by th



NORTH
Nations of



“fanatically



Governor Rance said that Trin-| £8,000,000 on the 1950 figure and |









caused injuries to 118 |

could be re- .
side Two Americans and two South

| pressed "ate concern at the pum-|Panmunjom talks }
ishment of innocent people by|Sumed whenever _ either .
collective punishment measures, accepted the proposals of the} Koreans were injured, veers mn
and warned they would embitter esolution passed by the General] test was delivered in a letter ac

relations Assembly on December 3, or|dressed to Lieut.-General William

14, Asked To Remove

PARIS, Dec. i6 \
Big* Three Foreign Ministers!
meets tomorrow to consider the}

e problem of how to win rapid | ™°° when they advanced “construc-| K. “Harrison senior allied truce
ntranece Barriers ratification of the stalled Europ-| ‘The motion also criticized the tive proposals of their own which| negotiator. Nam suid “this large
| Ae & ean wmy project ana other! delay in setting up the long-pro- could lead to an honourable! scale massacre of our captured

m study

jor, international

: personnel committed by your side
Although Mr,

posed Royal Commission to | armistice.”
efore the people of the

problems,
‘lation bp Y ‘
ind population problems in The S warned however that exposes

Acheson is a: land

PARIS, Dec. 16















NATO addressed an urgent appeal to the fourteen wc mber of the outgoing Demo- | East Africa i there can be no compromise with rl the sub ee - vepatriate|
‘ [ cratic administration in the U.S,| to the|the humanitarian principles con-; texts for refusing to repatriate |
member Governments, calling on them to remove immi- | pj two colleagues hope their fe) Tap OLE) SMEDSMERE 550. 7M ned in the resolution of the prisoners of wal The “fact that |
: } . . | . . . syave| tained i the solution ) *
gration barriers so that surplus workers from one nation | viewpoints might get back to} sees ae, le ana * tw.iGeneral Assembly of December! your side disrupts armistice ne-|
* ‘ " 1 ‘ > concern a 1¢ emergency OW =} -* . 4 sine vind ‘ stice
can find jobs in another. President-elect Eisenhower and} ¢... Easently assumed by te Govars: 1052 otiations, rejects an armistice in |
Italian Premier, Alcide De Gas-- hi Secretary of State John , , ee 2 | . . Korea and fanatically slaughters |
tt: Greek F ‘eign Minister Foster Dulles. ernment of Kenya under which a| Compromise our captured personnel fully dem- |
perl, Gree oreign Minister, : ~ - 2 great number of person ha | we lutior a compromise aN that vour side is detér=|
edge ge be Duke ( i However Mr. Acheson snd’ i bee imprisoned without charge ila designed b India ro aes ms I
eign Minister, Fuat Korprulu fen intend to follow their mild! ?©&? Pp - edhe & y india, p mined to prolong and extend the
ya gee or trial and without being allowed le for non-forcible repatria- y You de can
made strong appea support rT} proach within N.A.T.O. Coun 4 , ; er which Kore al yu si i
the propos sal when it is discuss- W indsor Out il « the European army project any sort oon Bang * we @ On Page 1 ayer full responsibility
ed at today’s meeting of NATO's & ith some straight talking to Mr aT ee cothege - ara or all these irne



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Cone. , at menargt 's Ac ( f . ee argent, need for pr € nd to prohibit any society } leanwhile heavil armed Uni-
wk te aeons) ilsore i aa n ne. ve ) Cor onation passage of the E.D.C, plan, ee lor organization whatsoever.” ! v OCKET CARTOON ted State und South Korean
for Europe, William H, Draper PB. —U.P by OSBERT LANCASTER ward ke pt aS ee over 9,000
Jnr., also had placed on record | LONDON, Dec. 16 "7" . | prisoners on Pongam, }
previous: Aneeches of theirs sup-| British Palace and Government 7 wo Jamaica " About 3,600 of them partici- |

Duke of ated in Sunda uprising which

Sir Robert
Leaves For

prelude to a
Nations

planned a '

United

ent hat '
nt 1 ue



member

LP's Suspended —

A letter to govern=~ mass outbreak
suards forced to open fire
wisoners when they refused

instead began

would n rttend the coronation
Py 1 I yur Own ¢

ih i t 01 ‘ i k were

rrespondent)

Lord Is JAMAICA, Dec, 16

General

o dis perse and
moving into the guns “they knew
were going to kill them,”

Y
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f the i

last we coronation mat- Two Opposition members



tic communit)

|
i of the
y ; . sot ‘ 2s] ,.| Jamaica House of Representatives ;
impo! I al Better 4 sucking- < vena. ariet
él hoon Paldas, were suspended by the Speaker rena






































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eis magtians of Ste Tnembe or re ‘for the rest of the day’s session’ } It was the second highest death
poping distressed as lose By Palace said today, w i they flouted the rules} From Our Own Correspondent \ toh in the bloody history of Com-
r through | W to have heard that the tait d created ; - r munist camps. j
hope of improvement through ;_ ee ie ant tee ee ee: ee ST. VINCENT, Dec. 13 @ On page 3
democratic 70V r up, {but titutional matter The ; . ; ae ar His Excellency the Governor, |
ternational 0-0 . isn't rr e Home Office."|gyans who recently resiened from|Si© Robert D, H. Arundel, left|
The B ( aaa vised|the P.NP. to form the Unite 41 by plane for Grenada on Wednes-| | 4 More Kikuyu |
" . os ( ’ Palace state-| Negro Party. Evat ended | 28%» 10. At the Villa Airport were}
“Uphill Struggle ‘i The Kalaggoe- ernie’: der |2athered Members of Councils, | Tribesmen Held |
© the We do not Witrom the: Chair th: fee es sitiet ge| embers of the Public tle e| | |
pe BAe ee tion on it|ne A the Boston te Dar, | Commission, Members of Kings- bk NAIROBI, Dec. 16, |
In Ke nya if the A e couldn't] with graft ix i saben a pia town Board, and their wives olice fought etd winging |
LONDON, Dé 16 nes ‘ arene’ of. tied it dated Ministers of Religion Heads of |} cikuya Tribesmen in a dav n|
Sir Evelyn Baring, Governor of No knew ether the | f one cent t ents which Departments, minent busines = clash near Nairobi arresting four }
- ir Evelyn & we a ee nate tall taees 0% 4 }- : men and other members of the ‘and so her two repressed f them. The brief uprising came}
Kenya today called 1e terrol ame H vine ae a € be House wa hen debating community | and emotionally unfulfilled after —_ arrested a native at
Mau Mau a “ move- | O¢ n juke of Windso Ae r u ifternoon the { ' elder sisters forced poor littl nearby Kabete for questioning in
ment” s Euro- ! r s t ied P.N.P. mem- The Police Band playe | nderella to conform to the connecti on with last month's mur
peans from nd id} V ’ ~| be A. G. S. Coomb f ego| National Anthem and H Ex ; tviour pattern of a der ‘of Bes t lanter Comman
his Governmen aces ng ut : ca t \ the! Bay during the same period en|lency inspected the guard-of-hon-| 4 u under-privileged fan lejohn at Thom
hill struggle” to suppres it, res : ; | he disobeyed an orde from thejour after which he hook hand ; ymestic worker, n’s F a _UP.
Governor Jar ing to the a e I I Duke Chair to remain siler . the| with those who | come to sec c | —s a
that the Kenya ¢ Gover v vas on his feet him off. The nd ther | peat
ae is fol f ng a . Auld Lang Syne ida lute W.
olicy f x r rl {
policy” of putting * Sailors Taken To Safet ef “Cuba ants U.K. E ‘quipment
time steppir oO a € y His Hor r the Admir it
nomic ref a farewell addre enumerated the} LONDON, Dee. lf
He sa I / : LEGHORN, It De 1¢ lifferent scheme ne Representatives of the Cubar ndustry wish to
hill strug oa a er emove from the frecked freighter | fruit iri H m to Britain to study the possibili f buying equipment i
faced aoe ’ r off Leghorn, Italy, Military Sea Transportatior ie a i ‘ ing capital goods in Britain, the Bo f Trade announced t
Ma stat thi ote were ’ Plog stee , The President of the Board of Trad eceived report fr
t a : . British Tr M ) esent ting C si i]
U.P >. [ —U.P f ur t

se U.
Mass “Slaug

Korean General Nam Il accused the United
slaughtering” is
in Sunday’s Pongam Island uprising. The
gs of 84 Communist civilian internees and








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mial Office ‘
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rinidad tox WOO! ou LS
Vion Stati
bean Comn re M A {
. He ees here on Monda Sam meee ee ae kYd }
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St. Vincent and a guest he Scottish Mageaine, 6.15 pm The GARDEN—St. James |
aaa . . 6.45 5 Sports Round DAY 8 & p 1
Mr ea N Programme Parade, 7.00 2 ma ‘ON THE LOOSE y
Mi orais was o7 tour 0 p.m. Home s from Joan EVANS |
Windwar: slands investigat 7 p ng the W Indies. ! ie BEE
oo a Ay a < ae 10. pom 122M $9.70 72 “ ae 7 th
rv Ss a ehalt < eR
ur ( bbear Commissior Came tt 8.13 p.m RIDAY ATURE . 8. pw ii
€ methoc ( p. x 5 »
nd practice ‘ ?
* ren i
Mé* A. DE K. FRAMPTON b at | M
Agricultural Adviser to the ’ ’ '
Cemptreller for Development ar —_——
Welfa rne rom St, Vi *
M by B.G Airwa
Mr. Fr ton went over for
t ’ lso ti
*
e the n n of the
I i tar Set ment Boar 2
Barbados Tops 9
Mr TED. WRIGHT of Lak ‘PATENT’ BARLEY :
4 I i, North Ontario, makes milk more digestible for baby 7
< i pe the winter in > Sait?
I | I be again « ‘*
last year is back again ‘PATENT’ GROATS "SR:
hel he M.V. Corona i makes weaning a happy time for baby— .
( \ecra Beach Club and mother
‘ inessm Mr
v oO € roi oO visit ,
he land anc ie areal a et heal —_———
Singapore, Act 11M MecLABN John Wayn
pt Ital D I Tod {}
r Frar 1 he hope | 145 &
» reach Ens me for th peat ' ic
( sronatiiint A NUMBER of students from the Ursuline Convent who left over the last week-end by B.W.1.A. for Bay na wee HALF : BREED 4 STEEL FIST
] Wright expects spend Caracas, Venezuela, to spend the Christmas holidays with their parents and other relatives. 2 Jack BUETEL 1 { pl
sae s sane 14 area, rotumnling . F , * ’ o i = MONTANA BELLE TOKYO mie 212) THE LONGHORN
to Canada about September and Charity Raffle “Stravinsky Back to Canada eee : a eas an eee aeee
Barbados for the winter. “HE RESULTS of a raffle at R. E. E. HACKETT, final RS. FREDDIE BURNS, wife BRENT BRADY a
He says he has visited practi- | “Woodside Fair” in aid of Extra-Mural lecturer on of Captain Burns, formerly Thurs, Special 1.30 | t ao |
"4 si ‘ " ae - woo ¥ ont 2 ; if : . : » | & Bx
cally all the islands in the West qocal Charities is as follows:— composers, will be lecturing at the of the S.S. Chomedy who is now ALIAS THE CHAM! pean CANYON cueAe the CAE
Indies and still thinks Barbados is First prize—a doll, was won by British Council, Wakefield, on employed in Montreal with a DAYS OF € GEORGE
top During his visit here last Jennifer McKenzie of Hart's Gap. Thursday, December 18 at 8 p.m, Stevedoring Company, returned Bt FRAL oO ILI DALTON GANG PTA S
year, he named the island the Second prize—a Toaster, was won His subject will bg “Stravinsky” to Canada last week by T.C.A. : | — BUFFALO BILL
Koh-I-Noor of the West Indies by Archie Clarke, c/o Messrs Gar- and the lecture will be illustrated efter spending a holiday with her a ty erg oe Sunset CARSON
i Daughter diner Austin. Third prize—crochet with gramophone records relatives. She was accompanied ease TREASURE | meearsernetets
nelle tee 7“ vos cloth, was won by Mr. M. G. ‘ins Doll by her son Thoms. . SUZANNE Shef } MAGNIFICENT
NONGRATULATIONS to Mr. micker, c/o Barnes & Co, Ltd. ' : ; s Mrs, Burns is the daughter of Shee Seren sweeties ] pour
\ ave ? ‘ " HE DOLL which was raffled _ : VIGILANTE NORTHWEST
ind Mrs. Evelyn Prescod of “ , Mr. and Mrs. H. G. St. Hill of HIDEOU! TERRITORY and
Haggatt Hall, St. Michael, on the One of a Twin by Mrs, E. B. Williams . aid Havrells Road. | fit eee 2 Gerard rLL BE YOURS
I } iday . of the sidies’ » has been ~ ri —
birth of daughter Monday * R. KEN GONSALVES of th + at ae —, — oe Two Weeks BRIDGETOWN BARBAREES OISTIN
night. Royal Bank of Canada, who gov a R. GEORGE MAY who has} (Dial 2310) yiak BETO) (Dial 8408)
Me fer S wh Day . Stratchclyde . GE “ ce nie stahentitiitalcleeeatae
Modern Qpeecn Wy has been transferred to the Bar- : ‘ . been holidaying in South ———= ——
T HE Modern High Schoo} bados Branch, arrived here on With Canadian Bank Trinidad for the past two weeks a ep o fp A a g ae E A a R E %
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Night nd all old scholars and identical swin brother . weeks’ holiday in Barbados. ‘GRAND OPENING eee ee jon mee Donald O’Conno:
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I Canadian Bank of Commerce i i Til SUNDAY eras cane WINCHESTER
Lordship Mr. Justice Chenery B.W.LA. on Sunday was Mr. J, Port-of-Spain, was transferred tu | wn elt Friday $30 pan ese ROBIN ae e CURTAIN CALL AT
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RESERVOIRS MAINTAIN LEVELS

Periodical Bursts

At Brittons Hill -

THE heavy rain,

that

fell spasmodically during

November, assisted the reservoirs in maintaining their

levels. Except for a few
receive a constant supply

isolated points, that will not
at appropriate pressure until

the new arterial system functions in the third quarter of
next year, the Island received satisfactory cover.

Pumping three times the nor-
mal volume through a 9” main to
ensure supply under pressure to
the residential area on the top of
Brittons Hill causes periodical
bursts . These should lessen and
die out, after al} the weak pipes
and joints have, as a result, been
eliminated.

Western Supply — Haymans

System

The three gangs employed
the new 6” main between War-
leigh and Rose Hill (both St.
Peter) should complete the work
to schedule before the opening
of the next crop season, to the
benefit of both St. Peter and St.
Lucy, The crossing of existing
bridges and culverts, and the final
connection at Rose Hill presented
some problems and free circula-
tion of traffic has suffered in con-
sequence.

Belle Electrie Pumping

on



Station
The anchorage of the eleciri>
plant, and the floor and wall
tiling continued: -The work of

assembling the 21” diameter pipes
within the Pump Hall has begun.
As these pipes are all flanged, the
work has to start from the well
head with great accuracy,
Bridgetown Arterial Mains

The specials such as a 20’ Re-
flux Valve together with its cov-
ering Sluice Valve—large units,
which have lately been received,
are being inserted in the mains,
which have already be=n laid.

The 15’ main from Spooners
Hill to the new road from St
Stephens Hil) to Grazettes is com-
pleted. The «arrival of the 12”
pipes beyond to the Lazar:tto
must be awaited.



Brittons, Rendezvous,

Graeme Hall Main
The 8” pipes and specials for
the new main from above Brit-
tons Reservoir, and above Ren-
dezvous Hill, to Gracme Hall Ter-
race and Top Rock have arrived

and arrangements to start the
work are in hand,
The main will not only open

up a new area for residential ex-
pansion, but it will relieve Fort
George Reservoir (400° above the
sea) from Supplying Graeme Hall
Terrace and Top Rock (50' above
the sea), to the benefit of thos®
living on the higher altitudes of
Christ Church Ridge.

East Coast Main

Similarly the 8” pipe and spec-
jals for the line above the cliff
from Parish Hill to Edge Cliff
have been rec¢ived and work has
started from the top of New-
castle Hill to the east of Clifton
Hall, The 6” steel screw pipes
for descending the Cliff face be-

low Edge Cliff are on site. Their
placing in position will require
particular attention as on the
steepest parts ®very pipe will

have to be anchored,

This is the new line to cireum-
vent the slipping hill sides near
Glenburnie and Foster Hall, giv-
ing St. Andrew greater security
of continuous supply.

Sealy Hall and Palmers

in St. John

This is an area of tenantry and
larger houses that have clamoured
for supply for a very long time.
After reconnaissance and discus-
sion with the authorities of the
Parish, it has been decided to ex-
tend the small main (that ter-
minates at Sargeants Village)
along above Codrington College
and above Sealy Hall to stop be-





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real deficiency.
Exploratory Boring

will eliminate a

The very poor quality of the
coral at the bottom of the deep-
ened suck, mentioned in _ last

month's report, has prevented the
uss of the suck for a quantity
test, as it has proved impossible
to maintain sufficient infiltration
surface either horizontal or ver-
tical, to feed the pump, due to
the instability of the corroded
coral.

Resort will have to be made to
the normal procedure of sinking

a new well, and tenders have
publicly been invited for this
work,

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a matter

and investigation are
of stubborn drive, until
success is finally reached. The
existance of a lake at 570’ abov‘
the sea has been established, but
ths site on which work has been
proceeding, * immediately below
Golden Ridge reservoirs, may not
yicld the quantity and quality re-
ouired. If this proves to be the



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is unavoidable.



Commiuinists
Plan Shake-up
In E. Germany

BERLIN, Dee. 15.

Informed sources said that East
German Communists are planning
to remodel their Government
after the Soviet pattern ina
shakeup which might oust all non-
Communist Cabinet Members and
Gerhart Eisler as Chief of the
State’s Information Ministry

Reorganization plans are already
publicly indicated by a call for
Streamlining “correction” in top
government agencies and will de-
mote Premier Otto Grotewoh! to
Deputy Premier.

Wilhelm Pieck whitehaired
President of the East German
State would become the new
Premier with Grotewohl and
the Communist Party Seeretary-
General Walter Ulbricht as his
deputies.

The sources said that nine non-
Communist Cabinet Members in
the Coalition Government of the
ruling Communist Party with
vightist pro-Communist groups
would be completely ousted.

Elimination of the post of East
German President was in line with
the Soviet Zone’s revamped Com-
munist Party line which calls for
complete satellization of the Fast
German State.—U.P.

Secret Labour
Meeting Ends

LONDON, Dec. 15
British Socialist leaders ended
a secret policy-making parley
without saying whether the feud
between Bevanites and_ right-
wingers is finally healed, but La-

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bour Party Secretary Morgan
Phillips announced that the
member party executive agreed
unanimously on the need for a
new economic policy.

Mr. Phillips said that party
chiefs would publish the new
policy next spring.—(C.P.)

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Carib Commission Will
Sponsor Housing Workshop

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, Dec. 5.

THE

CARIBBEAN COMMISSION

today decided to

sponsor an aided-self-help housing workshop during the
latter half of next year in Puerto Rico, as “a fitting con-
work being done in the Caribbean by the
two aided self-help housing experts assigned to the Com-
mission by the Technical Cooperation Administration

clusion”

to the

Ihe proposed workshop, the
Lommission teels, would serve a
two-fold purpose. First, it should
bring together the officials in the

ierritories who are responsible
formulating

ials w

policy

ould meet fo

an

r about

a

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r

directing
such housing schemes. These offic-

three

days to discuss the overall hous-

ing sit
the al

Seco
field w

uation
led-self-help ;

as

nd, it



a background

to

pproach.

would bring together
xers who would not only

be present during the discussions
referred to, but would remain cn
for two weeks for much more
detailed discussions on aided-self-



Mr. Gairy Asks

F

Mr.

terday,
eight days

jence

For Ti

Justice R. J.

time
when tne

nh

iden

GRENADA,

Manning yes-

granted Hon, EB,

Leader appeared beiore

civil action brought by

Straus
slande
concer
of his

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Legisiator Labour

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Louis

Lor

words used
iso in respect

i
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tiller

of

yum on divers occasions at public
meetings, Mr. F, M. Henry, Bar-
rister-al iw who ippearing
for Mr, Strauss did not oppose the
plea for time, but pointed out that
no notic had been Ken by ti

defer t he has been wrilt-
ten on October 21 and a wrii file

November 10 and served two days
later Asking for time Mr. Gair

said the cas

was very important

and Counsel for the plaintiff good
and he might have to go to Trini-

dad to get a lawyer. Mr. Justice
Manning commented that the
court had been already very in-
dulgent considering that a man
of the defendant’s intelligence had
been served a writ and had not
read it He could only give the
time allowed by law and ordered
Mr. Gairy to pay the costs incur-

red owing to the delay

GENE NG NENG

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actual training in aided self-help
techniques,

This workshop will be a joint
undertaking of the Commission,
the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

and the Technical Cooperation
Administration, each of whic
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On conclusion of the workshop,
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housin® methods for use in the
area



Eisenhower
May See Gen.
MacArthur

NEW YORK, Dec. 15.



President elect Eisenhower re-
turned to his “Forty-Second Street
White House” on Monday to work
gut concrete plan to “induce”
Communists to make peace in
Korea, Eisenhower got to wor!
early on his first day back trom
his twenty thousand mile trip th
took him into forward areas of the
Korean battle zone. He left his
residence and arrived at his Demo-
crat hotel headquarter: ome 20
minutes later. The President El
first was expected to confer with

his staff and then to receive “In

portant” visitors. His appointments
were not announced in advance
however. But it was expected that



Eisenhower would meet shortly
with General Douglas MacArthur
who wants to present to the Pr

dent-Elect his “clear and definite”
solution to the Korean war. On

his return from Korea on Sunda

Kisenhower aid it would take
deeds and not words to ‘induce’
the Communists to want peace

-U.P.

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Reds Accuse
U.N. Of Mass
“Slaughtering”

@ From page 1.
Lieuten George
Muter, Cormmander of the
island told how more than 4,000
naue Communists “hypnotized
ihemselves into staging a riot that

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ended only when United Nations
guards fired point blank to save
thelr own lives. He said he order-
ed his 300 U.S. and South Korean
guards to fire to prevent prisoners
fre reakir free and wiping
out the United Nation letach-
ment
Mille c the Communists
tood str t up and made no
tlempt odge the bullets fired
on li machine-guns shot-
i carbine nd rifles at less
than 30 yards. Some tried to fight
! t i with the guards
Miller uid: “They were stand-
four rank deep with thei
ws tin They were singing
t sway back and forth
“After our first volley the
wounded were held upright and
kept on singing rhe ones that
were down were.pulled up by the
orms.”
aid the prisoners were 50
i’ by their own sing-
that ¢ wounded man was
try to sing as he was car-
ed to hospital at Koje Island,
miles iway
He Sa when his men tried to
ve tl dead and wounded
r the battle, the prisoners “lay

on the ground with locked arm
Our men had to force them apart

It took two men to get one sep
yrated from another and dragred
out. It is impossible to convey the
frenzy they had worked them-
elves inte. I looked at them and
could see their eves were glazed
they were so wrought up.”"—-U.P.

Legal Win For AIOC

WASHINGTON, Dec. 15.
Federal Judge J Kirkland

on Monday quashed Government

subpoen which would have re-

the Anglo-Iranian Oil
to turn over its over

documents to the Federal
Jury here.—(U.P.)





mes

ured

mpany

Grand

“Chimsy Deal”

LONDON, Dee. 16.

he authoritative monthly pe-
riodical “The Banker” in its De-
cember issue deseribed the jets-
for-cotton deal between a British
Aireraft Company and the Bra-
zilian Government as a “clumsy

way of breaking the ice.”



PREMIERS WILL MEET
AFTER CORONATION

Dec. 14.
the British

LONDON,
Ministers of
Commonwealth nations who are
eturning after the confer-

will meet again in London,
the Coronation, it was

(C.P.)

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ETURN x to Trinidad tod: . . ; W DR« VILSON totes lots
R “¢ oe : - ida i= ' sone mm 2 4.90 p.m. Th \ 10 Bd al hiatal AAS
Clar re Caribbean Commi F ‘ —
ior He arrived here on Monda\ M 49.708 a {Ki
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‘ , ‘ ; », 6.1 GARDEN—-St. James | ih
St. Vincent and is a guest at the ort Round TO-DAY 8.30 p.m ! iii
Marine Hotel, 7.00 p.m ‘ON THE LOOSE ar?)
Mr. Morais was on a tour News Sram Joan EVANS Ff i)
e Windward Islands investigat 1326 oo Tee TAREAN'S GSRIGâ„¢ Lex Bapher FF |i Swiss
tatistical services on behalf RIDAY @ SATURBAY 8.4% ; mY
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last back again ))
f visit. He arrived last k $ weaning a happy time for baby— \K Q
eek M.V. Corona and is and mo ) i}
est kecra Beach Club ther X i
4 ‘ businessman, Mr i i
Wri 8 now en rout to visit . ( .
t her in New 2 id and — : i Also Dei
friet Austral Singapore, Action i 11M Teh AIN John Wayn 15 Jewels. Lever Movement, Rolled Gold, Ladies
PEP Dey, NERY ey ty otal; ; , MD Sea Watches, Swiss Made
a penthy BOGEN Ia tine foe te rr se 5 Jewels W Swiss Made Central Sweep Hand
h Engl 8 . f _ 5 Jewe aterproof Swiss Made Central Sweep He
to ch England in time for th ; z INDA’ ~ BREED STEEL FIST 15 Jewels é
( erenetion: A NUMBER of students from the Ursuline Convent who left over the last week-end by B.W.LA. for eat acs 3 HALF 5 BRI | Roddy McDowall $22.00
Mr. Wright expects to spend Caracas, Venezuela, to spend the Christmas holidays with their parents and other relatives. MONTANA BELLE | "°°" 202"! L p pl 17 Jewels Rolled Gold Waterproof Central Sweep Hand
next summer in Europe, returning . 7 : . - Trucoiat TOKYO FILE 212; THE LONGHORN Automatic
to Canada about September and Charity Raffle “Stravinsky” Back to Canada George Scott | Flovence M at an eee rr
Barbados for the winter. HE RESULTS of a raffle at M* E. E. HACKETT, final RS. FREDDIE BURNS, wife oo" owe a Lo) 45 I oe ae d Your
He says he has visited practi- “Woodside Fair’ in aid of Extra-Mural lecturer on of Captain Burns, formerly Scrak ie case GRAND CANYON | & 8.30 All These Watches are Guarantee at You
cally all the islands in the West qcal Charities is as follows:— composers, will be lecturing at the of the S.S, ( eee: — = igh Ganctens Geots | Richard ARLEN | ALIAS the CHAMP WATCH & CLOCK SPECIALIST
Indies and still thinks Barbados is First prize—a doil, was won by British Council, Wakefield, on employed in Montrea with a DAYS OF | rgeous GEORG -/ co
s. During his visit here last Jennifer McKenzie of Hart’s G Thursday, December 18 at 8 p.m, Stevedoring Company, Sennen Bt FFALO Br tha GANG cae 4. BALDINI : a heen,
he named the island the second aniab-o Toston, Gas nm His subject will bg “Stravinsky” to Canada last week by T. A. : t _— oe aia | “BUFFALO BILI JOHNSON’S STATIONERY BU NG
Koh-I-Noor of the West Indies by Archie Clarke, c/o Messrs Gar- and the lecture will be illustrated ofter spending a holiday with ea ‘9.80 & 1.30 AFRECAN | an Canoe Broad St.
3 ; ” vrais Be b recoarde slatives. She s accompaniec PREAS ere ss “ ° a . ia
A Daughter Rees Eee rg ad crochet ‘with’ gramophone record ~ oo tae thaws, arene PApELOUEUZANNE | Johnny Sheffield Ps ee Sale Agents for “Universal Geneva
instil > ; cloth, was won by Mr. M, G, Wins Doll by her son 1h Barbera Britton — | nd | aS The Watch Guaranteed for Life
CONGRATS WME. nt hon oo Barnce & Co., Lita. HE DOLL which was raffled Mrs, Burns is the i < VIGILANTE NORTHWEST | DOLL e Watch G ; sce i
and Mrs, Evelyn Prescod of ; . abe sone . Mr. and Mrs. H. G. St. Hill o HIDEOU TERRITORY and — Z SS
Haggatt Hall, St. Michael, on the One of a Twin ant fat im B. aoe a, Dayrells Road. Rocky Lane | Kirsy Grant TLL BE YOURS
birth of daughter on Monday rie oe ities ., of the Old Ladie ome has been ; shee TOWN RBAREES s
sth taught 8Y WR. KEN GONSALVES of ihe 0) Ot Norman R Hende of Two Week BRIDGETOW BARBAREES | (QISTIN
nign Vodi S h D Royal Bank of Canada, who yi ichelyde R. GEORGE MAY who nas ci sic : ___(Dial 400)
Modern Speech Day has been transferred to the Bar- aad z been holidaying in Sout! =END=
“HE Modern High Sechoolpados Branch, arrived here on With Canadian Bank Trinidad for the past two weeks a ep o BD A a z ae & A a ge a s
Speech Day and Prize-givinggBunday night by B.W.LA., and is R WILLIAM “SHORTS” returned on Sunday by B.W.LA, } é -
takes place tomorrow at | p.m, atfJat present a guest at the Hote? YEARWOOD, son of Mr. and. George is a junior overseer with cat eaetaneedailaea dial ciliata latina ita
the Globe Cinema, Roebuck Street.Royal . a Mrs. Stanley Yearwood of Colly-g Locust Hall Plantation, St. George. | EMPIRE i OLYMPIC ty Ay ROXY e ROYAL ,
Members of the Fifth Form ar Ken, who used to live in George~ jiore Rock arrived from Trinidaa : and & §.1iro-day, & ‘Tomos -day & Tomorrov
présentir cenes from “Twelfth” town, British Guiana, has an , n Sunday to Spend just over three GRAND OPENING and continuina ans re mie ard TODD ble OO oResicns
Night nd all old scholars and identical twin brother. veeks’ holiday in Barbados. 'GRAND lianas Joan RICE : W ; Walter Brennen
friends of the school are invited ” ™ . Mr. Yearwood, who is with the Stanley Kramer's Tn 3h W ‘iter Brennen
The prizes will be presented by His Also arriving from Trinidad by ‘ i Bank of Commerce in| TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. Productio: THE STORY OF WINCHESTER 73 ™
i r ; Canadian Bs ; | & Continuing Till SUNDAY Present ROBIN HOOD , .
ordship Mr. Justice Chenery B.W.I.A. on Sunday was Mr. J. poptcofes as sferred tu ‘ Se CURTAIN CALL AT
Lor p t ; d n Port-of-Spain, was transfer (al (Special) Friday 2.30 p.m. adhe and URYATE CAM. f
’ Spence of the Imperial College of qyinidad earlier in the year KO RADIO ACTION— Gary Cooper SEALED CARco | WOMAN HATER z
Congratulations Tro 1 Agriculture. He expects : RKO J ‘ Thomas Mitchel a with poe
rT oie Sy Engaged PACKED TRUCOLOR HIT! With Sivweast arisigks an
NONGRATULATIONS | are 1 to be here until early next week Wie as tne ; ‘ tr Dana Andrew Ww e ¢
G order for Major A, R, ‘Kelly’ ps a guest at the Hastings Hotel, 7 | ‘HE ENGAGEMENT me 4 a That woman! Claude Raines ony LOVER COMF
Foster who celebrated his sixty- R 5 Abvionl ze ica» ae Se HIGH NOON Fomieres ‘Tt ‘ : With
econd and Mr. E. S. S. Burrowe ecent Arriva etween mls co a ae ! tetra: tnsent Hews M . tric Lueiite Bail
aa edhe yorulay. a A ee See ee ve F — FR ete Pe is back again | ee Ronn rO BE BAD! SEVEN SINNERS San a
ixth birthday yesterday. “& the colony from the U.S.A, Zarmer o i iy teehee bed Gilecine saeete With f 1 +0 x
Today Mr. G. B. King, retired gor a holiday is Mr. Seymour Road and bs ae re is. a No gun can stop Opening Saturday mer t AIDERE OF THE, wenubtie c
f or General attains his six- Rosenberg jer from Long Worthing. Mr. Trotter is ; her...Nomancan | iw is & 80 ; Se
Auditor Gen a tosenberg, a builder from Long t f Messrs Chas. McEnearney | a= 2, a y
tieth and Mr. F. A. Bishop his [sland who stopped off at Jamaica ee Be raed hinted. 2s, hold her! | “ever! hie aie we aed Richard DAUGHTER OF
fifty-fifth birthday for three days before coming here, °° = 7 , ; e 2 BADLANDS t DON 4
Best wishes to them all for fe plans to spend a couple of Carol Recital FRANCIS GOES een Speniis fray | ————__—
many more and happy years weeks and is a guest at the Rock- HERE w fil ib a ( — Pied TO WESTPOINT ss I se Be pet a0 & 8 20
American in Bermuda ley Beach Club Organ Recital at St. i oe Rchard Mar oP Double agen ute aioe
RS. T. FARNSWORTH, at " — Baptist Church, St. James on Sun-) a seria oe i sis WARPATH
A ric itizen residing in Sale Continues day, December 28 at 4 p.m. | nald O'Connor GRANDE d and
sage prgr nates taal paths er - FIOHE Girl Industrial Union’ The Recital will include some of okt is the Talking und \RIZONA CHICAGO
ene Ee TA. leet et “4 pit 1 il ; f rk will ; ntinue on the earliest carols and it is doubt- * Mule ANGEL IN EXILE MANHUNT| DEADLINE |
home by T.C.A, last week after alg of work co! 2 5 Bi Sip ton ‘illo iia tad Sache
saading two weeks’ holiday as a Friday, December 19 between 4 ful whether this selection has) SPRSSSCESOGSCSESOOCDS SSS FPSO OPO GOTO OFIOSOIR GOT
othent at ‘the Marine Hotel and 6 p.r been rendered in Rarbados often |

GLOBE
TO-DAY 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. TO-MORROW 4.30 p.m.

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NUBUCK, BACKLESS & TOELESS WEDGE HEELS

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GENTS DUNLOP’S “BUNJEES” IN BROWN DUCK, NAVY. BROWN TRIM }Fish Turners

WHITE _. $5.49 and $6.40
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CASUALS CREPE SOLES . $8.88 "i Pots 5

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

RESERVOIRS MAINTAIN LEVELS ;

Periodical Bursts

At Brittons Hill

THE heavy rain, that fell spasmodically during
November, assisted the reservoirs in maintaining their
levels. Except for a few isolated points, that will not
receive a constant supply at appropriate pressure until
the new arterial system functions in the third quarter of
next year, the Island received satisfactory cover
Pumping three times the nor- low Palmers. “It will eliminate a

mal volume through a 9” main to real deficiency.

ensure supply under pressure to Exploratory Boring

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the residential area on the top of The very poor quality of the
Brittons Hill causes periodical cgral at the bottom of the deep-
bursts .These should lessen and ened suck, mentioned in last














ANOTHER SHINING

Bede Aceuse
U.N. Of Mass
“Slaughtering”

@ From page 1.

Lieutenani-Colonel Georg
Muler, Commander of the prisoi
island told how more than 4,000
tanatic Communists “hypnotized
themselves into staging a riot that
enced only *n United Nations
guards fired point blank to save
their own lives. He said he order-
ed his 300 U.S. and South Korean
guards to fire to prevent prisoners








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eliminated. oe eee eeceas . soo i %e : out the United Nations detach- IPATION |. in a mountain of Chemico.
Western Supply — Haymans to maintain sufficient infiltration e at i Mille said the Communists OVERNIGHT :
System surface either horizontal or ver- eis : “* z Stood straight up ema made no Agents
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The County Chemical Co. Ltd., Birmingham,
leigh and Rose Hill (both St. coral.

Peter) should complete the work Resort will have to be made to
to schedule before the opening the normal procedure of sinking ¢ i 5 :
of tha next crop season, to the @ new well, and tenders have which is America’s ‘a

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benefit of both St. Feter and St. Publicly been invited for this ; ; : ee aren lout Sard Oe es ae
Lucy, The crossing of existing W°r*. view of this ‘soldier, oli would wish = arms linkex They were singing |
bridges and culverts, and the final Research and investigation are PS nse ae eee ny ——=eaaes nd swayine hack and forth, |
connection at Rose Hill presented ® matter of stubborn drive, until patriot, practical man’ the British to see him.“ an F ;

some problems and free circula~ SUCCESS Is finally reached, The - ; aeiieilenneircaeedil After our first volley the
tion of traffic has suffered in con- ©x!stance of a lake at 570’ above * wounded were held upright and
sequence. the sea has been established, but kept on singing The ones that |

th-= site on which work has been ‘a il Cc ce W ill saat. déwinn:. weretebled by the
Belle Electrie Pumping proceeding, * immediately below rib OoOmMmmission I a down were-pulled up by the
Stati Golden Ridge reservoirs, may not "Sha teit the sitenneee wea OO

Station yield the quantity and quality re- © san Me | nest

rie anchorage ot tre elects WH fe dee we ce Sponsor Housing Workshop: 2 pie yy wes ow sine:















“ast sr sites Swe ale that on wounded man was
plant, and the floor and wall Seettane eter dar a = still trying to sing as he was car-
ili i j h work of lide , wi aout f id I t g as bh
SN SOS are ctor nines Haye to ek prcbed. . MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, Dec. 5. vied to hospital at Koje Island,
pear: age 9 fied Oh hee beear, . Research involves time, whicl THE CARIBBEAN COMMISSION today decided to ten miles away.
within the Pump Hall has begun. .. adaldabie , He said when his men tried to
As these pipes are all flanged, the ‘* Una@volda le sponsor an aided-self-help housing workshop during the ve hace tne dani ann. WRG
work has to start from the well latter half of next year in Puerto Rico, as “a fitting COM- 4 )..) the battle, the prisoners “lay
‘Bridgeto ep | ‘erial Mi oa i clusion” to the work being done in the Caribbean by the on the ground with locked arm:
etown Arteria ains C ; sis two : ae dpsitine = ale } ‘ sion “e them apart
wo aided self-help housing experts assigned to the Com- Our men had to force them apart |}
The specials such as a 20’ Re- OmmMunIs Ss miss by the Teel ‘al C we Ad tratic It took two men to get one sep m
flux Valve together with its cov- ission by the Technica ooperation Administration rated from. another and dragged RR
whidh Bee tea tesa tose I lan Shake-up [The proposed workshop, the help problems, as well as for out. It is impossible to convey the =
= = i i: ia ted Y the ‘mains, Commission fe | would serve a actual training in aided self-help frenzy they had worked them-
wile bees oor JS . laid I + > » two-fold purpose. First, it should techniques, elves into. I looked at them and m
tien have already been lad.” Fy BL. Germany brine toetintr tie oiielels n't could see their eves, were, glaze |
Hill to the new road from St. ierritories who are responsible for This workshop will be a joint they were so wrought up."—-€.P. S
Stephens Hill to Grazettes is com- BERLIN, Dee. 15 formulating policy and directing Undertaking of the Commission, '
pleted. The arrival of the 12” Informed sources said that East Such housing schemes. These offic- the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico f
: . avnr + cata aes “ als ) ! t ) bo ree and the Technical Cooperation . ‘
pipes beyond to the Lazar:tto German Communists are planning (#8 would meet for about th ee ; ; ‘ ;
must be awaited. to remodel _ their a Co ntnisaatt days to discuss the overall hous- Administration, each of wht Legal W im For A lOc
‘ after the Soviet pattern in a 198 situation as a background to will be re wuested to con rib ve on ares a
Brittons, Rendezvous, shakeup which might oust all non- th@ aided-self-help approach. financial and technical ance WASHINGTON, Dec. 15.
G Hall Mai Pp ' eit Oust all non~ during the two weeks dui vf Federal Judge Jemes Kirkland
reeme a in Communist Cabinet Members and Second, it would bring together the project. n Monday quashed Government
aoe 8” oo apenele, io? Gerhart Eisler as Chief of the geld workers who would not only subpoenas which would have re-
e new main from above Brit- State’s Information Ministry. ; ‘ nas v V

. ; cs a ‘ h ; be present during the discussions On conclusion of the workshop, quired the Anglo-lranian Oil
tons Reservoir, and above Ren- Reorganization plans are already somp

. Ti ae . : ferred to, but would remain cn the Commission proposes to pub- ‘ompanyv te turn over its over
dezvous Hill, to Gracme Hall Ter- publicly i A : oo Com} q
) i y indicated by a call for for two weeks for much more ! i 1 ided self-hely its to the Federal
race and Top Rock have arrived , A en Ur nian it bats veens lish a manual on aidec P se docume! ! Th . M f f
nnd arrangements to start the sreamiining “correction” in top detailed discussions on aided-self- housing methods for use in the Grand Jury here—(U-P.) e anutacturers o

government agencies and will de-
A ‘ mote Premier Otto Grotewoh! to
The main will not only open Deputy Premier.
up a new area for residential ex-

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; f 5 at Seed . Wilhelm Pieck 76 whitehaired M G A sk .
pansion, but it will relieve Fort , oie oe tha vir. airy SKS

“Mr , 29
Clumsy Deal
George Reservoir (400' above the East German

“Ne )
: seat as ent a | IDON, Dec. 16.
sea) from Supplying Graeme Hall State would become the new ° 4 Ss i we ° LONDON, I :
Kuss ond Top Rock (50’ above Premier with Grotewohl and 1or me isenno i The authoritative monthly pe-

work are in hand, area.





POND'S |

the sea), to the benefit of thoss the Communist Party Seeretary- ‘ riodical ‘The ganney a —
living on the higher altitudes of General Walter Ulbricht as his F den Ma S » G cember issue described the jets-
Chri Church ide deputies. GRENADA. CO VEN. forrcoiton deal between # British BEAUTY PREPARATIONS
J The sources said that nine non- Mr. Justice R. J. Manning yes- : Aircraft, Company and the Bra-
East Coast Mai Communist Cabinet Members in terday, granted Hon. E, M. Gairy ac t ur zilian Government as a “clumsy

Similarly the 8” pipe and spec- the Coalition Government of the
ials me in — aa on ruling Communist Party with —_
from Paris to ge Cliff vightist pro-Communist groups Leader a ;

es an * Saeed ’ . weader appeared beiore him in a .
have been rectived and wot oo would be completely ousted. civil action brought by Mr. Louis President elect Eisenhower re- PREMIERS WILL MEET
started from the top of New~ Elimination of the post of East Strauss, claimin damages for turned to his “Forty-Second Street
castle Hill to the east of Clifton Strauss, z g

way of breaking the ice.”
eight days time to prepare a de- way of breaking th

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BARBADOS ef ADVOCATE

© Riser esfe SES if es ee PO
érintea oy the Advocate Co., Ltd., Broad ~e Mridgetown.



: Wednesday, December 17, 1952

SOIL EROSION

\ HIS Excellency the Acting Governor
took the opportunity provided by the
Annua? Exhibition to refer to several sub-
jects which have been exercising re-
sponsible public opinion locally for some
time.

Everyone will share his regret at the
long delay which has elapsed in securing
the services of an expert soil conserva-
tionist. Conditions in the Scotland Dis-
trict certainly give cause for serious alarm
and the more expert the opinion that can
be obtained to advise on what should be
done to prevent the yearly losses of soil
and crops there, the better for Barbados.
Landslides in the Scotland area have been
occurring for many years and stories of
disappearing fields and houses are related
in books published fifty and more years
ago. Whatever the reasons which have led
up to the serious soil conditions prevalent
in the Scotland district, there can be no
doubt that every action which can be taken
to correct them ought to be-taken.

Soil erosion caused by human interven-
tion and mismanagement is one of the
greatest destructive forces released by man
and today India, China, Ceylon, Japan,
Australia, the United States and Africa are
seeking to combat conditions brought about
by the action of men:

In the United States under -a Soil Con-
servation Act of 1936, farmers were given
subsidies for substituting soil-conserving
crops or pasture where soil-depleting crops
had previously been planted.

This action and the political importance
attached to soil erosion measures during
Franklin Roosevelt's presidency had helped
to combat the evil and everyone has heard
of the success achieved in the Tennessee
Valley.

The first stage of soil erosion is-loss of
fertility. The rainwater instead of being
absorbed by the soil runs off carrying soil
with it and causing sheet erosion. This
form of erosion, the most dangerous and
widespread, is due to the cultivation of
slopes without using terraces or other

- systems of cultivation designed to prevent
loss of soil after rain.

Gully erosion is the direct consequence
of sheet erosion and at the same time is an
early warning of the existence of sheet
erosion. When there is no vegetation left
to prevent the flow of water it finds its way
down in streams which become wider and
deeper with every downpour. The way to
cure gully erosion therefore is te-cure sheet
erosion first. Unfortunately it is much
easier to cause soil erosion than to cure it
and the cure is likely to be long and ex-
pensive. There need be no fear that Bar-
badians will oppose measures designed to
cure soil erosion: thegreater fear is whether
the island can afford the necessary
to effect the cure,’ But this can only be a
subject for speculation. The third kind of
erosion is due to wind alone. Absence of
vegetation and low fertili¥y cause the soil
to become dust and the action of the wind
causes man and beast to be stifled, crops to
be uprooted and the whole countryside to
be overrun.

Wind erosion fortunately does not appear
to be present in Barbados, but sheet and
gully erosion are only too apparent. For
too long has the Scotland district been
allowed to slip away and far too little at-
tention has been paid to the widening
deepening.gullies which year by year carry
precious soil into the Atlantic. The delay
in obtaining a soil conservationist to visit
Barbados and to recommend a plan of cam-
paign against this terrible scourge will
have been excusable if the very best expert
is obtained. But everyone will echo the
Governor's hopes that he will come very
soon,































ANTIQUITIES
A GALLANT attempt which was made
in 1910 to preserve ancient monuments and
buildings in Barbados regrettably failed.
One of the few results of the Committee’s
activity was the official recognition of a
house at the corner of Chelséa Road as the
house in which George Washington stayed
during the few weeks in which he visited
» Barbados in 1751.

YY As the writer of an excellent article on
\, Crofton’s House in the Barbados Historical
: Society and Museum Journal pointed out
\ some years ago there is no evidence what-
ever for this house being the house referred
»#* to in George Washington's Journal. ‘The
_ intentions of the 1910 Committee were,
however excellent and had the sites and
buildings of historical interest listed by
them been kept up, Barbados today would
ave much more to offer the visitors who
come to these shores every year. Even
parison of the condition of the ancient
‘snonuments and places listed in 1910 with
the condition of those places today shows
w much conditions have changed for the
orst.. At the time theré were still some
rts and many guns to remind future gen-
rations of the historical fact that unless
rbados had been a “fortress island” in
e 18th century the island would have

anged hands more than once.
The Civie Circle, it is true, has done
oble work in Barbados and have especial-
- restored the Military Cemetery behind
t. Ann’s Fort to its present well-preserved
condition. But no one who reads the report
of the 1910 Committee can fail to share the
disappointment of many Barbadians since
that their recommendations were not car-
ried out. Today thanks largely to those
public-spirited citizens whose vision and
foresight have given the island a cultural
centre at the Barbados Museum and to the
research of Barbadians and others, much
more is known about Barbadian antiquities
d ancient monuments than was known

1910. ;

| ‘But alas much less is being done to pre-
serve what remains for future generations.

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BARBADOS

ADVOCATE

LONDON LETTER

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hen his supporters, Aneurin is not
he is not being baffied? T By BEVERLEY BAXTERM.P. English, he is Welsh, In moments
question is always good for a of crisis the Welsh are dominated
laugh in an English music ha Road To Power by their emotions. In moments of
or at any te it wa unt H cat he Socialist fink tisis the English fly into a deep
grew rather stale. But toda road to hat ive calm. Faced by the Bevan re-
Britain we are inclined to they to offer which uce volt Mr. Attlee’s Government did
“What does a Socialist Party d 1e electorate to thre out the not shift their stance by so much
when everybody is a Socialist of Conservatives? Th te as aninch. They would carry out
one sort or another?” becn est their measures for defence and
Day after day, and night after supported ar j rearmament, quite unperturbed by
night I sit in the House of Com- as an idea. by the Tories. I do the Bevan rebellion, Needless =
mons watching He Majesty's not doubt that the Socialists ay, Ses me ue a aa
Loyal Opposition work up a created it more swiftly and on a of oo ao ‘wie tea the
towering rage against Her pigger sc than we would have 3 as = ars
Majesty's Government. They tell done but the issue simply does . an Tee coesidencal wis
s Tories that v are putting not divide the parties : 15 3 _ .
beck the clock They Le that . To” the cternal credit of the ee a ee Fast ‘wanes —
we are ancient relics’ left over Socialists in power they brought venminet’ verses felt that wien
from the Victorian and Edward- jin conscription and pleaged ‘hum eran ehnveediaen red Shoal aa
ian eras, and that Churchill is no Britain to full participation in the ancipal Labour Party Garden
more than a hairy Briton wield- the defence of Western Europe. née: weih-ind Maelaival Party aa
ing an axe and painting himself Fate moves in mysterious way the Trade Unions gathered to-
in woad to terrify the savages. and perhaps the most fortunate gether, Bevan would sweep the
They predict that when the taing that could have happened joarq ‘with his candidates foe the
deluded electorate gets its next was the sweeping victory of the

chance to throw us out we will not
only be annihilated but obliter-
ated. The odd things is that
they do not really believe it, and
neither do we. No one knows
when the next General Election
will take place but every now
and then there is a bye-election
in which a_ constituency is able
to indicate the trend of public
opinion. Such a bye-election oc-
curred a few weeks ago when
the sitting Tory member, W. W.
Astor, was raised to the peerage
by the death of his father, Lord
Astor. Merely as a matter of in-
terest I must inform you that
Bill Astor's mother is the fam-
cus Nancy from down South in
America,

Bill Astor was not a very
formidable M.P, and had. only
won the seat in 1951 by a

majority of about 2,000. In 1945
and 1950 the constituency which
has the attractive name of High

Wycombe was held by a vigorous
young Socialist named John
Haire, but he lost it jin 1951,
However, Haire was , duly re-
adopted for this» bye-election
Just to add to the his-
torical background may 1 report

that the great Disraeli’s country
house was in High Wycombe,
where he was three times rejec-
ted by the electors,

High Wycombe

High Wycombe jis about thirty
miles North West of London, It
has one big town with a substan-
tial furniture industry which, at
the time of the bye-election,
was suffering from a measure of
unemployment, It also’ hes 52
villages spread over a very large
area. Lastly it is a, dormitory
constituency in which hundreds
of businessmen go to London for

their work and come back to
High Wycombe to — sleep. In
other words this is a consti-

tuency that might well be re

garded as a cross-section of the
nation as a whole.
Both sides fought with every

gun they could muster. Churchill
s¢nt a message of good-will.
Eden did a whistle stop tour in
which he turned on his charm at
Tull Yoltagé, and coming down

the .scale they sent a dozen Tory

Mis, including your London
correspondent, to address mect-
ings.

Sizing up the situation I re-
ported to the Boss that we ought
to win by a slightly increased

majority.
Actually we won by an in-
creased majority of about 400

which was small enough, yet was
significant. The Socialists fought
on an agreed plan. They stressed
the unemployment in the furni-
ture industry, they pictured the
Tories as the party of Big
Business, they denounced every-
body who earned more than
£1,000 a year as parasites living
on the sweat and tears of the
industrial and agricultural
workers. And the verdict ot
High Wycombe was to return the
Tory to Westminster,

To be perfectly fair I inust
adimit that in the fight we played
up the split in the Socialist
Party to the limit. We said that
a vote for the Socialist was a
vote for wild man_ Bevan. I
do not doubt that. Bevanism
helped us quite a lot. Yet I
claim that the vote of High
Wycombe was a true picture of
what is going on in the minds of
the British people at this
moment. If it changes I pledge
my word that I shall report it to
you without bias,

The truth is that the Socialist
Party of Great Britain is finding
itself in the same position as
motorists were in Britain in
1940 when, since we were &éx-
pecting an invasion by the
Germans, all road signs were
removed. In that period I once
had to drive from Liverpool to

London and it took me eignteen
hours, Not only were there no
signs at the cross roads but the
inhabitants, who had been
warned, would not give any
assistance.

WAR HEROES TA

LONDON.

Men whose wartime exploits
would fill volumes have come to
London this month to talk about
the defence of peace and the wel-
fare of fifteen. million of the
world’s war veterans, They are
delegates and observers attending
the third general assembly of the
World Veterans’ Federatian—the
“United Nations” of ex-service-
men’s organization.

' There are men such as Major
Jan Linzel, a Dutchman, whose
“death” in action made one of the
most remarkable stories to Come
out of Korea. He was one of the
first men in Holland to volunteer
for service here. He has a dis-

tinguished military career and
won decorations in the last war
for gallantry in the battle of

Walcheren and for his hazardous
escape to England when his coun-
try was overrun by the Nazis,

Major Linzel was reported dead
in Korea in February 1951 fol-
lowing an eye-witness report that
his body has been used by the
Chinese as a rest for a machine
gun. His body was used but
he was only shamming death.

Telling his story later, the
rugged Dutchman described how
Chinese force broke through one

night on the Korean central front. ac

They swarmed over the Dutch

Socialists in 1945. If
won that election it is probable
that the Socialists, sided by the
Trade Unions’, would have op-
posed conscription as a Tory
plan to destroy the rights on the
individual. Conscription is not a
taing that can be effectively car-
tied merely by a majority in the
civision lobbies. It must have
the broad support of all parties.

The same thing applies to the

we had

huge sums voted ror ;earmament,
Mr. Attlee’s Government which
introduced this strong peace time
measure had the full support. of
the ‘Tories If the situation had
been reversed it is by no means
certain that we would have had
a similar collaboration from the
Socialists and the Trade Unions.

But now the Sociaiist Party is
faced with a problem that is en-
tirely new and which is menac-
ing their whole future as an
alternative Government to the
Tories. ‘

No alliance could have seerfed
less likely to break up than that
of the Socialist. Party and the

Trade Unions. They were born
of the same mother, linked by a
common outlook and_ tradition.
While the Trade Unions fought
the day to day battle with the
employers for better pay and
conditions the Labour Party
fought the battle for political
supremacy, Since the Svviaiious
lacked the fund on which the
Conservatives ilways rely
the Trade Unions and the ‘Co-
operative Societies had to be the
providers of finance for the
Party,
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Labour

Weakness

one of the weaknesses of
Wing parties that they
intoxicated with slogans

on their way to power. The Soc-

ti
all Left

become

ialists put in the forefront of their
propaganda the cry “We must
control the means of production
and distribution.” Those are fine
words that make sweet music. For
a party in opposition, waging war

against the selfishness of Capital-
ism, nothing could be better.

At this point I must remind you
of a cynical saying in the days
when I was a young fellow in
Canada and there was a great
mining boom in the Cebalt dis-
trict of Northern Ontario: “Many
a good mine has been ruined by
sinking a shaft.” To the innocents
I would explain that as long a
mine was unproved you could sell
shares in it for money. But when
the shaft proved that there was
no ore the game was up.

When the Socialists came to
power in 1945 they had to be true
to their slogans. They nationalized
the railways, road transport, iron
and steel as well as the mines,
gas and electricity undertakings
To give them credit they paid
adequate compensation but the
final result was that the State be-
came the biggest employer.

Then what role was left to the
Trade Unions? It is true that some
of their leaders were given well





paid jobs on the nationalized
boards—and quite rightly—while
a few more awarded knighthoods
and peerages. In that the Social-
ists did not differ in principle
from the Conservatives or Liber-
ils. To the victors the spoils.

But what was left for the Trade
Unions to do? Their Party was in
power, and controlled a vast area
of services and production, You
eannot strike against the state be-
cause that would be treason, and
when Trade Unionism can no
longer threaten a strike you have
a lion without teeth.

Opportunity

Aneurin Bevan saw
tunity in this impasse. Choosing
his moment and relying on the
deep seated pacifism of the Labour
Movement he resigned as a min-
ister on the grounds that the na-
tion would not bear the burden
of rearmament which Attlee’s
Government had forced upon the
nation, With him went Harold
Wilson who had been the Social-
ist President of the Board of
Trade, as well as a brilliant junior
minister named Freeman, and a
number of private M.P.s,

Unfortunately for himself and

his oppor-

position, bulging,
throwing grenades.

“Suddenly there was-a blinding
flash, terribly close. It seemed as
if my leg was knocked away from
under me and I was lying on the

shooting





frozen ground. Strangely enough,
it didn’t hurt, but I couldn't get
up,

“Dark, human forms were shoot-



1

z and bayonet 22 quite near me
md 1 started crawling away with
two arms and one leg. Things
were burning and some Chinese
close by saw me and shot twice
at me, hitting me in the back and
shoulder. I thought ‘My God,
i but kept on crawling,
one and one leg.



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now with

Reported Dead
Major Linzel related how he de-
cided to sham death after seeing
a wounded comrade bayoneted
after

are





calling fo help. Some
Chinese came over to him

“One of them lifted my head

and opened my eyelids. Another

kicked my wounded leg but I kept
staring into space. They dropped
me and I expected their bayonets
But I must have fooled them, be-



cause the) ent on.”
Firing broke out again and other
Chinese



took cover behind
1 fired a machine
aist. Eventu

by remnants





lly, he
of the



and

National Executive. And he did.
I went North to see the fun and
it was well worth the journey.

But Bevan the Welshman had
not counted on the solid British
sobriety of the Trade Unions, Men
like Arthur Deakin and Sir Will
Lawther who had risen from the
ranks to great power in the Un-
ions denounced the Bevanites as
hysterical relics of the dead past.
“Trade Unionism has won its
battle,” roared Deakin. “We now
have our responsibility to the
State. A lot of you are shouting
your heads off as if we were back
to the struggle of the 1890's.”

New Note

Winston Churchill, although far
away in London, heard this new
note. He gave a dinner at No. 10
Downing Street for a visiting po-
tentate, and among his guests
were four Trade Union Leaders.
Behind this wise gesture was the
plain fact that in the regime of

the present Conservative Govern-,

ment there has been less Labour
trouble than in any similar period
when the Socialists were in power.

In what I have written today I
hove tried to be scrupulously ob-
jective. Since the war I have vis-
ited Canada and the U.S.A. many
times and have spoken to audi-
ences from coast to coast. When
the Socialists were in power I
never failed to give them credit
for the good things that they did
and I heartily despised any Brit-
isher who went abroad and
maligned his own Government.

Therefore it is in no spirit of
propaganda that I now state that
the Socialist Party is faced with
a difficult dilemma. In many ways
its task is done. Let us admit to
its credit that it quickened the
social conscience of Great Britain.
By its sense of responsibility it
made the workers accept the bur-
dens of world defence. Yet in
domestic affairs it did great harm
by propaganda which caused the
ordinary British worker to feel
that the State owed more to him
than he owed to the State,

The Trade Unions will never
make an alliance with the Tories
which is as it should be. The
Trade Unions if Britain have won
an independent place in the com-
munity as a sixth estate ready to
take their stand beside the Mon-
archy, Parliament, the Church,
and Press and the Courts, As
Arthur Deakin said, they owe a
responsibility to the nation,

At Cross-Roads

Now, if I may repeat the meta-
phor, the Socialists have reached
a cross-roads and there are no
signs to guide them. On the other
hand, there is the grim history of
European politics to remind them
that Socialism with its well mean-
ing philosophy paved the way for
Communism, Nazi-ism and Fas-
cism. Europe to-day is covered
iS the corpses of Socialist par-
ies,

It is the immutable law of
political life that when one party
gives birth to another the mother
always dies. Liberalism gave
birth to Communism and to-day
Liberalism in Britain is only a
ghost that haunts the chamber
when the lights have gone out.
And in the course of time Social-
‘sm gave birth to the dictatorships
that curse the world to-day, and
the mother has never recovered
from the ordeal of childbirth.

Can the Socialist Party of
Britain be saved by a blood trans-
fusion? Bevan says ‘Yes’ and
offers to give his own rich red
blood for the purpose. Or can the
Socialists become a new, respon-
sible Liberal Party offering them-
selves as an alternative to the
Conservatives? If that happened
the Bevanites would be the only
winner in the battle of the older
parties. Even the Trade Unions
with their firm sense of responsi-
bility to the State will be harassed
by the marauding raids of the
Bevanite irregulars.

Se we come to your unanswered
question. Will the Conservatives
in their turn give birth to some
new party and die in the process?
No, Sir; no Madam, “The Con-
servative Party is rtunately
sterile and has no pro . That is
the reason for its
opposition or in po
servatives will remain & dominat-
ing political influence, for a long,
long time. —L.ES,






LK PEACE

company and carried @hrough a
running battle to safety,

He was again taken for dead at
a_medical collecting station at
Wonju and had a blanket, placed
over him. His name was added to
the long casualty list and his wife
was ultimately informed,

But Major Linzel recovered
consciousness, lifted the blanket
from his face and asked for water.
Evacuated to Tokio, he was able
to cable to his wife — and, several
months later to join her,

The Dutchman is now liaison
officer in Holland for the World
Veterans’ Federation. In London
this week, he has met other men
whose World War II escapades
have become legendary in their
own countries.

There is a countryman of his,
Willem van Lanschot, who helped
organize the Dutch underground
movement. Arrested by the
Gestapo, he was _ tortured for
weeks and repeatedly questioned.
One interrogation last continuaily
for 100 hours — but he didn’t talk.
He was decorated by Queen
Juliana in 1946.

Then there is M. Jacques Piette.
better known as “Colonel Nobody.”
He is the man who stole the plans
of the Atlantic Wall from the
Germans and was decorated by
the American. General Omar
Bradley when Paris was liberated.

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A SOLDIER'S PAY

(By VAUGHAN JONES)
THE pay a soldier earns in serving his
country cannot be computed in terms of

money. Thus every country has different
rates.

in times gone by, the Army’s ranks may
have been considered a good home for
adventurers and ne’er-do-wells. Thus came
into being the term “brutal and licentious
soldiery.” And it is recorded that the great
Duke of Wellington, on inspecting a batch
of recruits, remarked that whatever effect
they had on the enemy, they at least
frightened him.

In England now, opinion is growing that
front-line troops whose daily existence is
a hazard should be paid higher than those
in rear areas.

Every regular soldier starts at seven shil-
lings a day and can rise as a private to
twelve shillings.

Average pay of the National Servicemen
fighting in Korea’s front line ‘is around 8s.
6d; they must serve eighteen months with
the colours before they receive the full rates.

Nevertheless army tradesmen, such as
mechanics, serving in safe areas perhaps
far behind the lines receive higher pay
than the fighting men on the grounds that
their jobs are “skilled”.

Yet nothing extra is given to the man
who risks his life.

The ack prices Pi: es, in
England is rapidly increasing our taste for
lemonade, orangeade and other soft drinks.

Now, according to the trade, Britons
drink about sixty-four half pint bottles of
soft drinks a year—twice the quantity
they did before the war—in comparison
with an American’s one hundred and sixty.

But brewers hope that during the Coro-
nation people will forget the shillings. They
plan to provide a special Coronation brew
twice the normal strength. The price will be
commensurate in gravity. It will cost two
shillings and sixpence for a nip—or enough
to fill an outsize wine glass.

On sale too, next year, will be Russian
Vodka, price thirty-five shillings a bottle.

The Vodka is, at first, likely to be much
sought after as a novelty. But the public is
likely to revert to the cheaper types ot
French wine, which now cost between six
and seven shillings a bottle.

The present saat Bagdad, following
the expulsion of Anglo-Iranian from Abadan,
is causing the big British oil companies to
step up their efforts to find oil supplies in
more peaceful areas. For they fear that other
Arab States, taking their cue from Persia,
may seek to expropriate foreign oil interests.

Anglo-Iranian, together with the Royal
Dutch Shell Company, is prospecting in
Nigeria. And Shell is about to look for oil
in Kenya.

Anglo-Iranian is also prospecting in Papua,
Sicily and Canada.

idee such as ee. Sonhee Monte-
bello overshadow the work being done in
atomic research for industrial purposes.

This is being carried out solely by the
British government. For all of Britain’s big
firms, including Imperial Chemicals and
Vickers have stated they are too busily
occupied in immediate export and rearm-
ament work to help in the industrial devel-
opment of atomic energy,

*

*

Odd societies and associations are allowed

to flourish in England, provided they do not.

eccentric a safety valve, and are regarded

offend the law.
Many add colour to London’s life, give the

tolerantly by, the authorities,

London has even its Existensialist Cellar
Rendezvous, which claims to have a thous-
and members, mostly foreign students.

In its cellar a novel exhibition is on view.
It terms itself The First International Hang-
over Prevention and Cure Exhibition,

Its organisers have gone to some trouble
to collect some thirty hangover cures from
different parts of the world.

There is the old Chinese remedy, “head of
a rat ashed during the first moon”; the Hai-
tan remedy of sticking thirteen blackheaded
pins in the cork of the bottle emptied the
night before; the “swallow’s beak in myrrh”
of ancient mythology and a number of other
such nostrums alongside the modern
draughts Joe the Barman suggests

JEL-FIGHTER ON SKIS

A JET FIGHTER on skis is announced by
the U.S. Navy. It wears, of course, water
skis. It can base in protected water until
land bases are built, and it can refuel from a
submarine,

* *

1 AM reading a book called “Korean Tales.”
Its author, Lieut.-Colonel Melvin Voorhees,
was a censor in Korea,
censored. The threatens to
martial him. It does not accuse him of a
security breach. It says the book is “un-
seemly.”

T agree with U.S. reviewers that it is
“civilised man’s view of an uncivilised o1
deal”, and utterly seemly.



Now he is being

army court

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WEDNESDAY,

Case Struck Out For Want O

FIRST TOURIST SHIP THIS SEASON

B.G. Fireman
Freed Of
Larceny

His Worship Mr, E
Police Magistrate of
yesterday struck out
jurisdiction a



r want of

case brought by

the Police charging 34-year-old
Edgar Blackman, a Guianess= fire-
man of the Steamship Planter
with the larceny of one Regen-<
tone Radiogram valued at £10
from the Steamship Planter on

Dec, 16

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker appeared
on behalf of Blackman while Sat.
E. W. King prosecuted on behalf
of the Police



After hearing one witne for
the prosecution, His Worship
struck out the case,

Capt. Alexandre Robertson of
the S. S. Planter told the Court
that the radiogram was brought
back to the ship from the shore.

To the best of his knowledge, the
radiogram was among the cargo
on his ship and he had never seen
that type of radiogram the
crew's quarters

Blackman was a
and a fireman on the shi,

In answer to Sgt. King, Capt.
Robertson said that he could not
say if Blackman had taken th3
radiogram but a boatman said
that he (Blackman) had given
orders for the radiogram to be
carried ashore. He could not giv:
the value of the radiogram

To Mr. Brancker, Sgt. King said
that he did not know the valu>- of
the radiogram and he could not
say if a radiogram of that type
would cost less than £10.

COMMITTED TO SESSIONS

storeneeper

Ivan King, a labourer of Ken-
dall Hill, Christ Church, was
yesterday committed to the next
sitting of the Court of Grand Ses-
sions by His Worship Mr. G. B
Griffith, Acting Police Magistrat®
of District “A” on a charge of
stealing ‘a bicycle valued at £16
17s, 6d. the property of Byron
Waithe on Dee. 14,

His. Worship -also committed
Fitz Amey (44) of Rouen Village,
St. Michael after the preliminary
hearing in the case in which he
charged with wounding Oscar
Sobers, an island constable, ended
yesterday,

The prosecution
the offience was
Oct: 25.

STOP AT MAJOR ROADS

that
on

alleged
committed



Stop at major roads, These stops
for

are placed on the streets
motorists to stop at, His Wors





Mr, E, A. McLeod told 32-year
old Prince Taitt of Sobers Li

St. Michael when he fined him
25/- for not stopping at a major
road on August 28. The fine is to
be paid in one month or one

month’s imprisonment.
Taitt was also convicted, repri-




manded and discharged for re-
fusing to produce his driver's
licence to P.C-. Brig of the
Traffic Branch He pleaded guilty
to this charge’ but not guilty to

not stopping at a major road
FINED 10/-

ar-old bus driv-

Twenty-eight








er Vernon Carmichael of Spoon-
er’s Hill, St- Michael was fined
10/- and 1/- costs to be paid in
14 days or one month’s imprison-
ment for ignoring traffic signals
made by a Police Constable on
Sept. 24.

Carmichael was signalled to

stop his bus by a policeman but
instead of doing so he drove on,
Carmichael said he could not
stop when he was signalled to do
so, because he would have given
his passengers “a terrible jolt.”

Affairs In Ketiya

Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) yester-
day gave notice of an Address in
the House of Assembly concerning
the state of affairs in Kenya.

The House of Assembly are pro-
foundly disturbed over reports of
the repressive measures which are
being taken by the Government of
Kenya against sections of the
native populations which have
not been proved to be in any way
associated with the alleged ter-
rorists activities in the colony anc
respectively request that Your Ex-
cellency will convey to Het
Majesty’s Principal Secretary of
State for the Colonies its deep dis-
quiet over the existing state o
affairs.







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tell us‘how Krus t ight
about a “complete tr orma-
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the joy of living

‘Up to a month a I had

suffered continua
disorder, sciat
and J general)
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trial ,In four weeks Kruschen
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transrormation. I once

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The kidneys are
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THE MOORE-McCORMAC liner “Brazil” arrives in Carlisle Bay this morning. She is the first tourist

ship to call here this season.

‘Brazil’s’ Arrival Today chy

Opens Tourist Season

THE 11,123-ton Moore McCormack liner Brazil arrives
in Carlisle Bay at daybreak today, opening the 1952-53

tourist
land
saster of the Brazil is Captain
Harry Sadler, U.S.N.R. who wa
recently decorated by the Foreign
Minister of Brazil with the South-

season. Of the 273

ern Cross of Brazil for taking
passengers to and from that coun-
try since 1926. This is the highest

award that Brazil can give to any
foreigner.





Captain Sadler, senior captain
of three Good ighbour ships,
assumed duties as master of the



Brazil in 1938. He joined the Me
*~hant Marine in 1905, obtaining
master’s papers in 1921.

The other two Good Neighbour
ships, the Argentina and _ the
Uruguay will be calling at Bar-
bados several times this sea‘on.
The Argentina’s first call will be
Dec. 31 and the Uruguay’s on
Jan. 14.

American Consul

his






Among the passengers for Bar-
bados will be the new American
Consul, Mr. David Clark, accom-
panied by his wife. Other passen-

gers include Mr. & Mrs.’'H. H
Cox, Mrs. R. N. Ferino, Mr. A. E
Norcross, Mr. ‘Robert N. Stuart,
Mrs Louise B. Elcock, Mr. & Mr.
4. E. Jordan, Archbishop E. M
Jack, Mrs. M. Scott, Miss E.
Springer, Mr. Simeon Watson, Mr.
& Mrs. Logo and son. Lecal agents
or the Brazil are R. M. Jones &
Co., Ltd.
On Dry Dock

The motor yacht Marsaltese is

now on dry-dock. This yacht ar-
rived in 3arbados in July last
year from Las Palmas with her
owner Mr. Jack Teller who was

accompanied by his wife and son.
The Marsaltese ic made of steel
and has an overall length of 100
ft. Carrying a beam of 18.6 ft, she
weighs 96 tons and draws eight
feet of water.
Coming For Inspection







Col W. A. Muller, Inspector
General of Colonial Police, is ex-
pected to arrive in. Barbados Jan.
25, 1953, on his first visit of in-
spection since being promoted to
his new office. Col. Muller was
formerly Commissioner of Police,

Trinidad.
He will remain in Barbados for

a week, and on February 9, the
Police Commissioners of all the
British Caribbean Police Forces

will meet at a conference in Bar-
bados under the chairmanship of
Col. Muller who is at present in
Trinidad.

The other 255 will continue the cruise.



passengers on board, 18 will

“Tanna” Brings
Lumber, Feed

Lumber and feed were the main
items of the cargo of the Norwe-

gian steamship Tanna which ar-
rived in Carlisle Bay on Monday
afternoon ‘from Halifax under
Captain A. Bottger

After unloading its cargo the
ship left yesterday for Trinidad
Its agents here are Plantations
Ltd.

RICE.

The schooner Frances W. Smith
arrived in port from_ British
Guiana yesterday with a shipment
o Rice, Under Captain F. R.
Hassell, she is consigned to the

Schooner Owners’ Association.
The cargo also includes a _ ship-
ment of charcoal, firewood and

fresh-fruit

NEW HOt



Work on the first three of the
new type of two-storey houses in

the Bay Housing area is progress-
ing satisfactorily.
One of the houses has already
reached roof level, while the
hers are up to first floor level

The houses will accommodate four
families when completed

Work started on them early in
November with over sixty work-
men employed on them.

* Fe ee
Airline Officials
a : 7

Meet In Trinidad

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 16.
Representatives of the Interna-
tionals Airlines operating in the
British Caribbean under Interna-
tion.l Air Transportation As-
sociation rule met at Queen's
Park Hotel to discu ap-
plications agencies in
these territories Delegates at-
tending the Conference represent
Pan American Airways. Eastern
Airlines, Trans-Canada Airlines,
Chicago and Southern, B.O.A.C.
and Air France. Conference re-
commendations will be considered
by the International Air Transpor-

to-day

for sales

tation Association Agencies. In-
vestigation ‘_Boarg which will
make recommendations to New
York.

New J’ca Banana Contract Likely

From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Dec. 16

Subject to the approval of the
Jamaican Government and mar-
keting companies, the sale of
Jamaican bananas will pass out of
the control of the Food Ministry
in March 1953. The present con-
tract will be replaced by one be-
tween Elders and Fyffes and the
Jamaica Banana Producers Lim-
ited extending until the end of
1964.

'OO Les. NET

An official of the Food Ministry
in an announcement this evening
ptates that the Jamaican Banana
delegation which has been dis-
cussing these matters for the past
two weeks will recommend Gov-
ernment to accept the new con-

tract. Delegates leave for Jamaica
tomorrow.
If the agreement is signed

Elders and Fyffes and the Jamaica
Banana Producers will provide
the necessary shipping.

PURINA

LAVENA

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tmas
Shoppers

Crowd Stores

Christmas
the pavements
city yesterday



crowded
the
buying

shoppers
and
morning

stores in

~ Christmas presents and cards.

In most of the stores, elementary
school children who got their
Christmas holidays last week were
telling their parents what presents

they wanted for Christmas. Later
in the afternoon when the sec-
ondary schools finished for ihe

day, they joined the rush to make
their selection during the short
time left before the stores closed

Clerks said that “there is a rise
in sales this week. Last week we
thought it was busy, but from
Monday many children and people
who “forgot something yesterday”
came rushing in to complete their
shopping.”

“Christmas is just around the
corner” a mother. said, and we
-have to get ready for it early



<



chools Run Own
“ationeries

Most secondary schools now
carry their own stationeries. Pupils
used to buy their text books from
city stationeries, but about four
years ago this was stopped.

At that time city stationers used
© keep in touch with the current
text books besides set books
Latin or English Literature

Combermere was one of the first
schools which started importing
its own books, then, other schools
followed suit.

School children and_ teachers
prefer this, and especially teach-
ers, as a boy cannot make the ex-

cuse that he could not get a book
and therefore was unable to pre-
pare his lessons,



Grenadian Dies

Own Corresponder

GRENADA, Dec. 16

in Ewart Bain, 62,
for many years in the
business, political, cultural and
religious life of the community
died this afternoon after
the past three months.

Starting early as a

clerk, he eventually managed his
own business over the past 20
years. While never seeking a sent
in the Legislature over many years
he took a prominent part in
Municipal affairs of the capital as
a member of the St, George's
Board end was one of the found-

Mr. Viv
prominent





ailing for

mereantile







ing and executive members of the
defunct Grenada Working-men'
Association headed by Mr. Marry-

show and invigorated by the visit
of the late Captain Cipriani.

He was also a pioneer in the
formation of the former Boys’
Brigade and the first effort to in-
augurate the Boy Scout Move-
ment while for years was a
leading figure of the island-cireling
Grenada Literary League

He

marriage

he

of tr
children

leaves a wife
and five

second

BARBADOS

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Jurisdiction



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Combermere
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On Dec. 9 las 2 Rally of the sland, three of which were |
Scout Groups i he 5 hh e registered locally
hue as em uphold that!
ber by taking a greater in-|
Twe t r Scouting in future
Scou ( s, himself one si
Pur} t outs in Barbado:
he re t the King’s Scou |
Comn 5, Bad t was then known), The flea is an intermediate host of the tape-worm, and
- n four G ch Sh to the ee ee to ensure freedom from this troublesome internal parasite,
arc nder ery ire ! I ne > OLUTIE - a e
+ iota sian te ana 4 was a very important your dog must be kept pest fiee.
2nd 1 wn (Y.M.C.A t of their duty as Scouts Kill verminous parasites such as fleas, lice and ticks with
Bridge Cathedr 7 er th hearty cheers were ‘Lorexane’ Dusting Powder (containing gamma BHC).
Bridgetow C ve xy the Scouts, the parade ‘Lorexane’ is a safe, pleasantly perfumed powder which will
a = aa wees = quickly kill all common skin pests. The effeci of a single
R. Bi ' Mr. Cosic Formation of Local dusting lasts for some two weeks.
Brat AS \ G. R Association: — j - e
sp ri S.M \ Dere vi 15 the in- . ® > . . 7
rk alge seals “es ihe Lorexane
Group: ‘ have | i viaCuuel-Kast Local Association ’
attached to tl They 200K place in the Hall of Har-j re > ,
Cathe Pack 1 M Edi on College at 5 p.m. Invitations DUSTING POWDER
Ko ght in ect he Har- were issued to all parents or IN HANDY CONTAINERS
rison Colle th Miss guardians of Scouts and to other
Blean 7. Wi All of iaeats within the area. A product of Imperial Chemical (Pharmaceuticals)
these Scouters were preser ne boundaries of the area Limited :-—
— 2 Also on an which will be served > the wn A dedetdleny cottons of Pmbectal Chemical Unihiteries Lid
were the sponsorin ith t Association are as follows na . >
ff the Harrison College and the Northernly direction from . the A. S. Bryden & Sons (Barbados) Ltd., Agents.
Y.M.C.A. Groups, viz. Mr. J. C vharf keeping right along FBigh-
{ mond, M.A Headmaster of way 2, that is: Prince Wm, Henry
the College and Capt. H. H. Will- Lucas St., Coleridge St., White
iams, M.B.E., General Secretary of Park Rd Bank Hall Rd., Bush
Y.M.C.A The Dean of St. Hall Rd., Codrington Rd., Cod- ‘
M el’- Cathe@ral and the H rington Hill, Green Hill, Jackson 5 7.
er of Combermer Ss vol I and continuing to the june- ,
uneble to attend. T R tion of Highway 2 and the road ‘
1H. § C. Tucor, District Cub- turning off right to Jack-in-the-
r ter for the Midland Area w Box Gully. Then South on an ] 7 Y
present maginary line from that point SER qT
A photograph of the Groups rough Applewhaites and along 5 i
was take after which the Locu Hall Rd., across Highway
A ant Commissione thanked 3 and continuing south through
e pré for attending He Flat Rock Rd. and Salters Rd. tk
n prevented warrant to the Highway 4 Then West keeping ee
i wing Scouters right along Highway 4, Belle i
Miss tlear Wa Gully, My Lord's Hill Weiches :
La of the Rd Jelmont Rd., Constitution .
Ha mn Coll Rd., St. Michael's Row, Trafalgar } We take this
Mi Edith t Warrant St through Trafalgar Square,
Lady Cub ster of the Cathe along the wharf to the junction
Grou} ith Pr. Wm, Henry St our many Customers
Mr. D. A. Fowle Warrant a rt eneral function of a Local
Scoucmaster of the Harrison Col- As iation is to safeguard and
lege Group neoutage the Movement within : 2
lhe Avsistant Commissioner i rea with the least possible in A Crispy Christmas.
i gratulated the Scouter ind terference with the independence
don them to renew their and initiative of the Group: It
vut Promise deals with the issue of Scouters’
Follo th Cubs gave Warrant the Registration of),
Gi Howl they Grou} Membership of Scouts, THE WEST INDIA
} ved gar led and Decorations and Award It
Scout € Brathw aite upery Group finance and en
med 3] lily around the appointment of
Assi Conim ner vho Group Committees and the estab
ive 1 th In h iddre livhment of proper trusts of Groug
the Commissioner tressed the property Normally it is respon-
mportance of their setting a good ble for the grant of all badges
example at all tim and ¢ ial nd the arrangement of examina-
lv when they are in uniform. He tions for proficiency badges but
remir ad them that they were is a temporary measure, this ir
privileged to be members of four being done centrally by the Island

of the most important Group

PAKENTS MUST
GO0-OPERATE
WITH TEACHERS

in

Ma Campbell, Heaamustre of
St. Auguscine Girls’ Senool phat
parea a ne no Paren
Vay on Le 10 that they should
co-operate with the taff in help
ing to develop their children

character. The general conduct ol

pupils she said, depends not only
on training at school but also the
attitude of parents toward the
chool. She asked parents to send
their children to school every

school day.

Mi Burrowe
Chairman for the

deputised a
Rev. J. R. Bur-



rowes who had to leave the func-
tion early. She said she was long-
ng for the day when the school
building would be extended, so a
to prevent over-crowding in such

a small building Mr. G. Mill
\ vote of

District Inspector moved a



thanks

The programme of entertain
ment consisted of a selection of
Christmas Carol hich were well
sung by the school choir; Mi
Forde, an acting member of the
staff sang a Solo Brig and
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Nylon Lace Mesh
$2.15 to $2.63

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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOC ATE

House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates
Govt. Crilicised On L fin The House Yesterday He pointed out the various 0

> ie jons on which the horses are used,
és i. + it v dered the inconsistency
$ 10,000 Resolution a yotasaes I ‘ r entitled “The Clwil Estab- Sine ines lof fending . 1a (From Our Own Correspondent)
“ lishmen’ m ‘ wssages? horses. He recalled that in ihe
\ ; © ti rn Dex - ; 7 . i : + ed ee
For Repatriation Bey he sig eve kc gta "ae

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1952











Trinidad Opiunz
Smuggler Fined



] vision was made for forage and | A Malayan seaman named Tom
feed, and said that on one occa- Kok Leong was this morning fined

Annual Estimates, separate pro- PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 16.
officers in the Is!and sion, the vote for forage was re- $600 for having three pounds











ne ; l rpose of computing their per 9 ‘ an ; ,
The House of Assembly last night passed a Resolution pa oe ees é duced. Later, they had to increase 2 oe cow & Oe poe
“2G Jecemb: 19 f Exe 4.u4 intituled an Act t thori . aie . aha. kibinas . tt, ‘ ‘
for $166,622 to supplement the Estimates under fifteen peer as the mising of @ teen to mast the a e Senate toe Sewees very This is believed to be the largest
3 1e Ros ras iging 76,62: ar Honourab!) t and other burld , au er :
heads. The Resolution was originally for $176,622, but an iano’ a 5 and ener ie they wine telnet Giell to nanos qmeunt of opi mover found on a
amount of $10,000 which was intended to meet the cost of , Act to amend ske single person in Trinidad.








a Supplementary vote for fodder.

; twe : Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said that The Prosecutor asked the Mag-
Y (iiredo aad eeeneeen if it was true that the police istrate to impose the maximum fine

sting ¢t proceedings
and contribution between



repatriating 19 or 20 Barbadian women who went to the
United Kingdom in 1949 to work as hospital domestics was






deducted. ere horses were being used for the of $1,200. Leong said through an
' Bill tuled an Act relating t playing of polo, then Government interpreter that he brought the
Government's defeat on the o..mates, If there wa‘ an ord pega eee Poe conte Eee See eee was suffering from a “very serious opium as medicine for a_ sick
parucuiar item came after string- with the Crown Agents and the Prohibition) Regu atior \ Bill i Act to disease. friend. Customs authorities elain
ent eriticism ied off by Mr. E. D. particular year ended without the cat on Poultry) Order, 1952. tax ents, to He called the 999 System in they are experiencing difficulty in
Motiley, and followed up by ordering Leing filled and it was a ee eT aaak babs admitted Barbados a luxury, but added, “if locating the source of opium
other members on boin siges Of suvsoausdl wae, Lb would have The Civil Establishment Barbados can afford to have it, smoked here.
ihe tabie, Uial it was “scandal- to come sometime and would have ment of Passage Amendment e passed a Resolution then it should be used.”



, : : " jo. 2 Orde to ipplement the ee
ous” for Government to pay the to be paid for. It would seem that ree by Advanets for Peo

1 s under 15 heads — tne a
cost of* repatriating Barbadian no provision had been made be- cunh ak tinae Gade’. te, sae “The House passed a Pesolution Like Mr. Brancker,



Dont take chances

he pointea |









- . . . ‘ { 2 sup ’ the he danger in using horses f

men fre he Mo.her count) ause vis. t September, 1952 f $4,200 ipplement the out the ¢ ; & hors or

men bm the a : cause they did not wish to = Report of the Salaries Comr estimates. under Public Works polo, and said that instead of | ur ee

nd in the win breath = as aown an increase in the Mshmiaces. r Sir Erroi we Sante Dey artment for Electrical instatia-

America to take Barbadian immi- j_ would seem more in order if Kt. ( a 1952 ions at Government House spending money on horses for |
sut8. the amount was put in the Esti- The ov House urned unttl officials to use for polo, and a 999 | [= is im cetant, that you shoul caer gatesl, setvedies leap
‘4 ated , me a = - river y 6, at 2pm Syste yhich was ¢ .e every . Your energy and fitness upon it.
Ali the Government Party : giver System which was a mere luxury,

a e :
members joined with the opposi- â„¢ a the Police Department should | So be guided by the experience of countless thousands who make

eee A Ct

No Irregularities
Mr, KE. K. Walcott (EB) said that

delicious ‘ Ovaltine’ their regular night-cap.

won if Out voting the Government
7 foung for the : Taken at bedtime, ‘Ovaltine’ provides special properties derived

concentrate their efforts o1 the



by 1i2. Voting for the reten- : } ses. and said that the cost the burden of the hard pressed establishment of a “Vice Squad” 3

- f the ite vere Dr. H. G, When the new system of dealing the horse . ’ be oy , : taxpayers whos sy is now | which would be trained in detect- | > f from Nature's best foods. These help to soothe nerves and body,

oa @ e item v ; co . - ee ee tro. for feeding the 24 hor axpayers whose money is nov v , . r HEADACHE 23 la d nduci a

Cummins, Deputy Leader of the with the Estimates was in fhe equal to the cost of the animals ing used to purchase wagons for ing and bringing to justice those | [| RHEUMATISM assist you to relax, and are conducive to sleep of the best kind.

rouse, and Mr. M. E, Cox, the duced, they were a 4 Pe themselves. that Department. people who have introduced into ISING After natural, restorative sleep you awake in the morning with body
d be that

TIRED FEELING 's 4 : H |
IMPURE BLOOD S <2)5 52 |
4ARGE BOTTLE i] i |

40
pits g}/* a |
o Te

otner Executive Committee mem- great advantage
ber present. Voting in favour of with a Financial Secretary such
the motion by Mr, E. D. Mottley ir:gularities would not oceur. At ; aaa a “
its deletion were Mr. L. A. the time he laughed as he fore- — poem +5 as bell en
Wiliams, the conder, Mr. saw that the method would not be runeda hacablans noe San Mounted Used to replace the horses for being perverted,” “by people who
\ BE. S. Lewis, Mr. E. W. Bar- a cure. As a matter of fact, never Dischays three or four. tin _ ceremot ial purposes. He accusetl eome here, and whose reputation
row, Mr. C. E. Talma, Mr. St.A. in the history of Barbados had so ps ms the Department concerned of js unwholesome”’, Mr. Walcott
Holder, Mr. F. E. Miller, Mr. many supplementary estimates YC4T squandering the taxpayers’ money. said.
J, E. T, Brancker, Mr. J, C. Mott j,0on brought for so many things
fey, an sia A. Crawford and inat had been overlooked. On¢ ; “Yes Men’
mr O, 42, er, , would have thought it difficult to Mr. O. T. Allder (1) wondered "8 â„¢on@y on such unnecessary
Debate on the Resolution lasted | vate sich. an. ita -bein’ how vembers of the Raed seg liabilities, Government would He labelled the Government
‘or 8 hours, and on many of the )o unt down three months before could allow the cost of feeding COMCentrate their energies on more Supporters as “Yes Men”, and said
items, Government were severely (7 O° o stimates yere due to § ' any afer Productive schemes under the that because of the strength of
acked for “acceding to the de- the next Estimates were due to 24 horses to go up year after Rive Year Plen the Government Party, Govern
a y ae “ome down. ; » whe ? aortas pe Yea . , Govern-
mands of the various heads of ‘ ee Sow bigitraasihers . wlio re- year in a day eae Te ae aoe : ; ment paid no heed to the criticisms
» a § tion was motorised, and said that Mr. A. E. S. Lewis (L) admitted

Departments. oe and suggestions made on the floor
The various items for which the presented the Government party the cost of keeping the horses that the Police Force would need of the oa. 7

money is voted are:—Upkeep of might sit satisfied with their was “astounding” for a small a Mounted Branch, and said he Replying to the criticisms, Dr

gardens. and incidentals under principles while the country colony like Barbados. was not in a _ position to say Cummins explained that no offic .
; head Governor—$410, eee eee wereere those ee He felt that the mumber of whether the 24 horses now kept could have Teredgon the theresses

and Imcidents!ls under Colonia! refused to dismiss some oficers OF police horses could be reduced by by the departmer yere ¢ iate th +> ek "
Secretary, $1,800, Office Equip- er up their civil servants. One ,50 per cent. thereby reducing or w iihee ‘tas gees nd Beige sang in the cost ¢ sain feed, and
ment under Customs, $450, Travel- wondered whether those member a e m Page 7.
ling Exvenses under Fire eA ere satisfied through ignor: “= [REVELATION SEE

the colony an abominable crime

He deplorea the fact that 24 which is reputed to be spreading
horses could cost so much, and throughout the island.

said the motor cycles could be “The people of Barbados are

He asked whether
could afford to keep

and mind refreshed and energy renewed for the work of the day.

Remember . . . ‘Ovaltine’ differs from other food beverages in
its nutritive properties and scientific co! That is why
‘Ovaltine’ results are obtained only with ‘ ,

= OVALTINE
|









Astounding He hoped that insteaca of spend-

Until Dec. 24th
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$399, $500 for the Registration r through a wish to protect the
O* °c, Police $4,200, Medical De-® vil servants
nents $600, Mental Hospitald Mr. O. T, Allder (1) caid that
$10,600, Stationery for the Mater- ‘in view of the fact that every
nity Hospital, $100, Motor Trans-* ind again they got some
port for the Barbados Regiment shodd articles coming to the
$500, Public Works Department land for Government and prices
$6, 276, Miscellanepus Services were continually rising, he won-
$29, 250, Labour Department $50,- dered whether Crown Agents
660, Department of Highways and could not be done away with. He
| Transport $35,000, Waterworks wa; sure there were some local
$11,600, and the remainder under jiyms who could get their supplies
Post Office and Legal Depart- far more quickly than Govern-
| ment, ts
After the Resolution had been
passéd the House passed a further
Sup entary Resolution for



Maybe you hadn't thought
of it, but right at—















ment got theirs, and he believed
if they looked around and adver-
tised for contractors, they would
get their articles much cheaper.

Visitors — Shop-

Jt

$4,200 for new electrical installa~
tions at Government House, r

On behalf of the House, Dr.

Cummins extended the season’s
greetings to His Honour the
Speaker seconded by Mr. Mottley
and after His Honour had es
the House adjourned until Tues~
day January 6, at 3 p.m,

The amount to be:voted under
Colonial Secretary for’ stationery
was $1,500. The note he Rezo-
jution concerning this item stated
that on account of delays in the ar-
rival of stationery from the Crown
Agents during the last two years,
it was necessary to meet accounts
amounting to $1,277 in respect of
the year 1951-52 from the cur-
rent year’s provision. It has also
been necessary to purchase con-
siderable amounts of duplicating
papet locally in order to re-pro-
duce several long reports etc.
Stationery ordered during the cur-
rent year is now being received
and supplementary provision will
be reauired to meet outstanding
commitments.

Taking Away Business

Prices the Crown Agents charg-
ed went up year after year and
unles they threatened these agent
with taking away the business
from,them, or told them in strong
language that it was felt they were
overcharging, Government would
get no better consideration.

He would readily support the
remarks made by the two previous
speakers because for sometime he
had been feeling the wa ne
felt

Under Legal Departments, $1,680
was voted to supplement the
amount for jurors and marshals
at Grand Sessions. Speaking un-
der thi¢ head Mr. J. E. T. Branck-
er said that the amount allowed
to jurors was completely inade-
quate, The allowance was decided
more than 50 years ago and it
was about time it be revised.

Speaking on the vote for the
Police Department, Mr. J. E. T.
Brancker (L.) alleged that the
Police horses were being used by






























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Mr. A. E. S. Lewis (L) said officials for playing polo, and
{het It seemed that little or no urged Government to investigate
notice was taken of the criticisms the matter.
made in the House in connection Mr, W. A. Crawford (C) criti-
with reinserting items in the cised the high cost of fodder for

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House Pass $166.622 To Suppiement , kstimates .











@ From Page 6, yuld not agree e motion
d figures to show that there efore the House. He felt that the
19 per cent. on oilmea nd t I ing hal i
@ cent. in the cost oft under any pretext whatsoever.
Ses. Th wa ) Crawtf i that he would
sof 30 Ibs. in the you I IKE y ; to al
giv t h hor n the 1 ng f rE :
E. W. Barrow (L) i : I us
Financial Secret viewed th th
the St f x certa I int f dissatisfactior
d not correctly esti- No Point
enditure for t i~ Mr. F. E. Miller (L) id it
artment and i there was no pdéin e f
t opu cuion 1 the vot
it the end the fin- it had been’ recognised that t
year, he could not see h 1 had been Sufferi
@icer was gein to ler- The question that the amount
ie five year plan wit! t be reduced | $100 was then pu
systematic raids on the to the vote and resulted in the



my. He further st
fiould not have incom
to run the various d

»mbers voting for
i thirteen against,
The division was as follow

ed that neg ive, six







Ayes: Mr. Crawford, Mr

Not Right Mr E. K. Walcott, Mr

HB. G. Cummins (L) id Mottley, Mr. J. A. Hayne
@ did not think it was right F. C. Goddard

honourable member to at- Noes: ]



r. Miller, Mr. Mapp, M
@ads of departments € c- Lewis, Mr. Barrow, Mr. Talm
ghen they could not def 1 Holder, Mr Bryan Mrs
ives. He thought that was Bourne, Dr. Cur Mr. Cox,
Shed in the Hou Mr. Williams, Mr





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liture fr this vote



the allowance H i t it in
to substitutes, Mr
uld like to d



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Puasa Mr. Brvan Aske On P.O.W. Issue
, ; > ra . hd me
s will stil] ——- Labour “Emigration About Dec. 27 U.S. Stand Firm Skilfully blended

1 ‘ When Myr. T. O. Bryan (L) ; : i stipulated
1ents é gave notice ef an Address '

the House yesterday to
te i make Saturday December
a bank holiday, Deputy

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN





me

_ @ From page 1.

patiently aged

to be re-
new i ‘ inas ever }
i be turned over to

{ ttlement elsewhere





These acting pa holiday and the question ; Minist Chou En Lai,
ae ppeared to him more of a B i would be discussed later t i prosecu-
permanent rf are The sum f ¢ ( . Mr. Bryan's Address « Kore¢ ar was
$24,000 has been voted for the mn reads— yt U.N ast until
temporary posts. H ist I id i The House of Assembly t-elec Bise

Reports On Expenditure
Mr Lewis felt that reports ©? “ that

shot







Governme





W t t beg to draw to Your Excel
tency’s attention the fact

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g from conferences a o
t they had spent. He coulg
how muct it ¢ t



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be revealed as

rd felt tt



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attenti of the Executive to t 4 ¢ Leader of the House, Dr 5 ASAE “=
nany offices are short of 1 i H. G, Cummins said tha cal yesterday by
st d the policy of having in Am« I J we Government was thinking ’ Asst ly President Les-
: mney only proved how bad re ¢ o of meking that day a bank BM : > ime ste
the position
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d be made by officers re- December 1952, and Boxing
peer eee Day,

S re felling on Thursday a
Questions To | frome”,
’ cordance with the Bank

had been spent. (Sov ernment Holiday Act. The House are
: ¢ ef the opinion that Satur-

t the present could When @ \ ) day











l : os eae action | er ee

Co ee in recommending

Christmas Day, 25th

26th December 1952,
irrent session be sus-



i not later than Decem-



Bank Holidays in was eX-

The chotce of

connotsseurs

« i t econver probably in
BF y it Mr. Pearson could
t nt : t 48 hour

27th December 1952 < ents W ranted











































































MI } ; { t ¢
2 , . 7 a rot allord to spend this addi m yest i i 4. William shepld be declared a Bank Nor Kore I no ve re-
Barr said he had oa Mr. E. D. Mottley al sum of $12,000 for st (hb) ( , Holiday se as to provide a he U.N. peace formula }
bed t e view that | 1 The head was then passed. for Government official Th oe . . : Tenger holiday for Govern « c follow
agtments were crosanct. Under Head Reizi- ‘taxation on rufy and tobacco Dinos 5 y ee ment and other employees I line |
Were the people who mad ment a sum of voied be going back to son unwanted BRUFSes, at . in fhis colony, —U.P. “
atic raids on the Treasury. With a supplen ’ vision expe u Ther. had to look #00utt the House therefore re-
thad a head of a depart- $500. This was done hecause back to new fields of taxation if ho — - . spectfully reavest Your Ex
whether he be the Commis- | yunt provgded to meet they were going to keep up in * en WAYS & rt, Nin. dat cellency to take the 1 MAIL NOTICE |
*olice or the Fir the expenditure for the year that way. He hoped that as this ith ) i baa “ad ag bh ape j
of Police or the Financial © - a ha ¥ t a ary stems to ensure rat th |
ify who could not ev be ; not enough. The cost of up- is a festive time, they wot ld nc vi W a caid °%th Aav of December t \ Cees tet
ant, to call that particular {“CeP Of ' poses had been very do anything drastic and will tal W S000 ba daclived: 4 ‘Waul ' sed at |
incompetent, wa mee ore = re ae eee two tig, matters eer y , aware ¢ Holiday 1D. Registered Mail | aia
t wor that ud | p= b Ne ie in vario districts e hopec —1a 1ey would deal f i ‘ t Pe R 4 ‘ NDON
ble word that could of the island. It was necessary with the issue in a manner which (pon e B Hose | rr ‘ , ™ STRIBUTORS : MARTIN RLY & CO, LT ARBADOS, 8.W.!
therefore to expend an addi- the tax-payers would appreciate. jit | | wR ee a mr "
aici that this was the open tionat amount 1 said that there ;n\ 7 |
for | i f department nt Mr Allder ic iat ! I
ra ve Ue nats Regiment Transportation eemed to be no one responsible
be arn ee er A s Speaking under this head, Mr. in some offices and some of the | eae 2
om oh : an beg O. T. Allder said that he felt that clerks in Government offices went —.
series of supplementary cy, sein s ¢ fa : caateada
: I close scrutiny should be given about their work in a ta lai . t th A tr «
1 , > ‘ Will ¢ further
vhich they would have *to 4 sortation of the Bar- eal way when dealing with the | e ; Ad The 102nd Annual
nd they as members 0 k He noticed that Public and they cou n afford ‘ . en f
Should let those officers jn re vehicles of the to increase the Of es P : F i i ‘ a ‘ K | il e4e
hat they were not inspired Regiment *n all over the the Civil Service - ; , Anu RCRUES EMH “MERE pation
ny confidence of theit count ad ot feel What was need V- z :
: e did not € . , 1 " 4 es ?
to conduct the affairs of that it was necessary that men — offices was gg ty Rat ry { ° \ x ;
vartments. of the Regiment should be run- Also speaking under the item prac i ‘ i rt ey) i . THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY Ltd
‘ : Ke
W. A. Crawford (C) aid ning all over the island three or “Acting Allowances _ » yment of ment of H iiemanee , y . .
3e.was no reason given as four times a year Substitutes, under Miscellancous as 1 I > | ! ‘ ot i | P
# new horse w eces- He noticed that a grant had services. Mr, R. G. Mapp (L) said sk le worke epat representing
hey were merely hat been give for this Department it she) ed time they did awe y ment w ' '
beck as thee ; th ne increase had been ; »n With acting appointments on the yj > of »
Was wanted. He th ind nerease had been given W! a as. F
: Ze ei | after much criticism. He felt that Bench when those appointed knew com ted « ' Bivumne ~ aR. A. Lister
wuld reduce the vote to ; : ae : hi ra t a TAT ik eee lat rayicopat npleted ‘ ‘ ik f ' ‘ : c ‘ i
bs ssatiafaction con- 1 this department which is not 485 much aly aw as he knew , l expe ‘ it eresioré
7. o : cepren or i productive, greater care about of the atom bomb. Such were not qepartmer rt * 0.5 Ad.
ae ay fe * = n Ne the money spent should be given. suitable to administer justi (2) W G truct]
¢ : é det artmen we This colony is not a militaristic Actually the state had been pypiic w nn, " Mechanical confusion? Nothing of interest or of under-
ien aad int the vote ee and the cost of running a roe oe se a ' t i eave code Fabia standing to anyone? For all the difficulty of arranging the
. ~ 7 t det s going ll getting stic ci ily s uld | ers ‘ IC ee 5 Z
teed by $100 the time. ment ie) going ub ‘el Ficties be done, but it should ep t collection of Pumps and parts of Pumps, Engines and parts
» T. Allder (I) seconded He felt that representation pear to be done. They should not © a ae | ng beauty a mi pine anito finished presentation, The B ARBADOE}
ion should be made to the War Office have a Magistrat who would Ni i : ere e ; POUNDRY LTD. BOOTH so attractively laid out againsi*
it Good Corollary for a small grant which would make up his mind before hearing ey . : ito your ) en colour backgrounds of cream, green and white fuily merited
A. E. S. Lewis (L) said help the young men in their both sides 3 a3 iat the CONSOLATION AWARD.
vould not be a good corol- military training. The vehicles We have drifted much too far ! pre |
the criticisms ie in the attached to this department are in this island in th» practice of Police D me f onveying d sjen cue y i
6 reduce the vote in any Unnecessarily used by personnel. putting laymen on the bench,” he Cory to ar ‘ I : For the first time on show allowed to remain mut
d appealed to the honour- An additional $12,000 was set said ; mortuaric tt | pr kers, cambrics were the fine new range if evidence to the Public, bu
amber for Phi to Out under Miscellaneous Services Mr. M. E. Cox (L) said that Is the G nt are : : Beresford Pumps (to meet every section was graphi
@£his motion and allow f0r the Acting Allowances pay- members should not say that a of the inadeq ef or : E " he ah nearly every domestic and cally illustrated — workin
‘ . Rat a oe ; or ment to to Substitutes employed particular head of _a* departm« it nel used in conne th thi a ais ete vil Prvaheied ated wash industrial requirement) , and principles, specifications anc
Sathe Wanaurable he hee the Government Service was incompetent when they sub- ambulance and the onvenient also the “Freedom” Range advantages — with the re
ive c Papeete : It was apparent that the amount sequently had to send for supple~ cause } ficient personnel without changing colour. , .wonderful ot Lister Diesel Engines. sult that anyone could we
mve coniined the reauc- »rovided for the I of act- mentary grants. Members should 3) yw t} G + i i { : Then the Lister Alternator appreciate the finer potné
» item 41—Upkeep of bi- jing allowances and for stitutes remember that Government sel- fay, : e| for clothes for F yourself or the children. Sets, the word in gen- of both Pumps and List;
: f of on leave during the dom gave the full amount a head |.y, ‘ axel as erating current for private Equipment, Several en
ras the horse were Con= year w« not be enough, The might ask for. Government did , iI s se | or industrial use and popu- quiries made at the boot
he hoped that they were” principal s were (a) Sev- thts in an effort to, keep down Glaakicat shar Si ; port : ar over Barbados especially shew the effect of th
the feed and that none of eral of tl nior posts in the costs. When it was scen that e> ivi aii ; , f | in the countryside. Foundry's logical — overal
o horses v = getting feed service have been vacant a PORE y. dag eee A the heads were Sah : Pe . Neither was the display presentation,
vith the Police hors« the first half of tt r and (b) not to be amec n f (
b T. Allder (1) said that several ser offi have been He said that it was immaterial the trict t |
uction of $100 would not on le " dt 1 the year poe oe to him ee oe not they voted who cate ee - | #THE GUARANTEE carried b | Ferguson Fabrics— r " _
ze single horse to die fro the actors have necessitated money for members to attend con- (* , ' | dattates I » B I a i
on. They had already ex- the payment of acting allowances ferences, but no member could favourable nsidera | j ae arbados oundry itd.
$4,000 and now they wer and the employment of substi- truly say that in many case rovision o ! te ehicle for| Always | for
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proney wae being savant (F) RIGHTS of MAN — 2" | and equal ie soo
na the reduction of $100 )) : of them marry. aetna e iia
xt make the hortes starve. | ({ 1

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i
Cc. @,e * O nan 7
T es - . Tt . -
Govt. Criticised On | | _Imconsistriy Trircided Opium:
) a yut the various o« o
fn The House Yesterday 2 pene ous Ss asieen oe : _
i e ions on which the horses are used, Smu gler Fined
10,000 Resolution wen 8 ne sign, ic > | bet oot aie Rene SN
8 et terday I ( ‘ r entitled “The Civil Estab in the manner of feeding ine (Pees Cur Gun Gemependene
: wing lshmer ' , of Passages horses. He recalled that in ihe
\ R © e See dsr * 7 ne | Pee Dee ae ee Annual Estimates, separate pro- “ +9 aeons gh wee 1g
| F len Acting Gove to t 1 c thé inclusion of the vision was made for forage and alayan seaman nam: ‘om
or epatriation Nonwurabls ter timage af b pernumera’y ‘seevign of pvaiu \ feed, and said that on one occa- Kok Leong was this morning ‘ined
egarding repa t e Mot yficers in the Island niet the sion. the vote for forage was re- $600 for having three pounds
ne l t rpese of omputing their per , . 7 i spe-i ys
The House of Assembly last night passed a Resolution a sion duced. Later, they had to increase Ser “Garvin Seutt, City Magistrate
eos ? * . 1 i int tho » > . = were . 7 oe ’
for $166,622 to supplement the Estimates under fifteen ss ie fo, suthorion me vote beerety the heeees warp Shia te helkewed to lan: toe taraen
heads. The Resolution was originally for $176,622, but an Assemb at of -senaols sad apne. baeld — aad bene oe i aieaebe amount of opium ever found on a
amount of $10,000 which was intended to meet the cost of Prince Bill intituled an Act to amend a Supplamentamy Vaa-tew taaaee. single person in Trinidad.
repatriating 19 or 20 Barbadian women who went to the snd contribution between Mr. E. K. Walcott (E) said that The Prosecutor asked the Mag-
Spies Kinesis ta Tal ea vem ey heer eommetion was | me ins fokecs | oy “ate Weng used 12° ns Re "ete ele coe a
educted. lations ses > 2 o ,200. 01 through a
Â¥ The f Y ed ar Act relating te playing of polo, then Government interpreter that he brought the
ea > t ations 1952 contr butory negligence and tor Faas x : e 7

Government’s defeat on the smates, If there wa‘ an orc Peon) een ‘afew Soe a aatiatey: menmaind Alancaeiee Was suffering from a “very serious opium as medicine for a_ sick
patuguial ‘item came after suing- with the Crown Agents and the iptonipilens ean ations (A " intits led oe Att to eae disease.” friend. Customs authorities clain
ent eriticism ied off by Mr. E. D. particular year ended without the eat.on to Poultry) Order, 1952. ntertainments to which He called the 999 System in they are experiencing difficulty in owt
Motley, and followed up by ordering Leing filled and it was a inte Patho dane ak a! ee ae Barbados a luxury, but added, “if locating the source of opium o.?
other members of boin siaes Of suvauusal viue., Mh would aah The Civil Establishment (£ ‘. Barbades eam afford to have it, smoked here.
the tabie, UWial it was “Scandal- to come sometime and would have ment of Passage: Ar pacens 9 Sennen then it should be used.” | ilies D tak har
ous” for Government to pay the to be paid for. It would seem that Ntiont OMed Advances tor Pur or ip needa Like Mr. Brancker, he pointed | or ec ces
cost of* repatriating Barbadian no provision had been made be- rient ne y Orde te Or The House passed 4 Pesolution : : a . ve eunver® po! tea ‘

wnen from the Mother COUNTY. cause they did not wish to put | September, 162, far gh te supplement te | elon and wai. that” incteat of | with your Sleep
snd in the ait : : breath &SK Gown an increase in the Lstimiaces sane " Sit . oat De ‘Santos Depal tment for Electrical installa- teipding ae "ak Saran . tor
America to tak jarbadian immi- jt w ane re rde f Kt.. E., 1952 t at Government House ‘ 4 oney oO orses or

a ‘ Be EE, - —_ oes Rg Kt. CBE, 108 House adjourned ~ until officials to use for polo, and a 999 TT a E is i _— you should enjoy pavasele refreshing om

Jover n 7 : . 7 give vary 6, at 2 pm Syster rhich was ¢ “ve | | every a our energy an depend upon

ALL the Government Party mates. giver ee € Zn ¥ = a wa a mere uxury, | So be guided by the ex Aula pier | th Js who 1
members joined with the opposi- ‘ i a the Police Department should | | e A peri
40 iM Out voting the Government No Irregularities concentrate their efforts o1 the | jg Snag fe S | delicious ‘ Ovaltine’ their regular night-cap.
by 142. Voting for the reten- Mr. E. K. Walcout (Kb) said that 1) po.cas and said that the cost the burden of the hard pressed establishment of a “Vice Squad” | BACKACHE S| Taken at bedtime, ‘Ovaltine’ provides special properties derived

- , the ;

3 f th . Te G. when the new system of dealing : ‘ ao : . ; ; ’ i a from Nature’s best foods. These help to soothe nerves and body,
loa @ e item were Dr, H. G. . . = i for feeding the 24 horso¢e taxpayers whose money is now be- which would be trained in detect- HEADACHE < lax, and nduci: of the best kind.
Cunmins, Deputy Leader of the with the Estimates was ot aie equal to the cost of the animals ing used to purchase wagons for ing and bringing to justice those | jj RHEUMATISM - assist you to relax, and are conducive to sleep
rlouse, and Mr. M. E, Cox, the duced, they were told that the }1 omselves. that Department. people who have introduced into | fj MIGHT RISING | After natural, restorative sleep you awake in the morning with body
other Executive Committee mem- great advantage would be tha asked ‘whether the colon the colony an abominable crime and mind refreshed and energy renewed for the work of the day.
ber mt. Voting in favour of with a Financial Secretary such He asked whether rae He deplorea the fact that 24 which is ; i
the hn ‘by Me Lk. ). Motley a atl srities would not occur. At could afford to, keep a Mounted | oie, arate aad 80 ah ich: soit sis ae a spreading Remember . . . ‘Ovaltine’ differs from other food eee

Mr, E. D. 1 ile ‘ . ; B ‘a cost of $12,000 s st 5s uch, mn e island. ;
or its deletion were Mr. L, A. the time he laughed as he fore- Pave Soreness oe ¢ E U" said the motor cycles could be “The people of Barbados are | = memiive properties and’ scientific ae ’ Karahes Y ‘

\ biarns, } conder, Mr. } h thod ld not be * Year merely to be used on cer od enlace ‘ti Worsen fot bal > : Ovaltine’ results are obtained only with ‘ Ovaltine’.

Williams, the onder, - saw that the method would n pe e we s and for Mounted “Se to replace the horses for being perverted,” “by people who | éj
\. EB. S. Lewis, Mr. E. W. Bar- » cure. As a matter of fact, never shana carnaiee any for Mount ceremonial purposes. He accusetl come here, and whose reputation Te ke
row, Mr. C. E. Talma, Mr. St.A. in the history of Barbados had so /!SP!a) ee ee " the Department concerned of je unw some” , ’ | are
. 7 . : ; ear. unwholesome”, Mr. Walcott P
Holder, Mr. F. E&. Miller, Mr. many supplementary estimates YC4? squandering the taxpayers’ money. said. |
J. EB. T. Brancker, Mr J.C. Mott- j0en brought for so many things Astounding 7 ; “i Z
fey os wae Crawford and toni hed been wrevietaes. — 5 md ua ee Se fastens of spines ‘Yes Men Until Dec. 24th |
1 ae D would have thought it difficult to Mr. O. T. / er «1) wondered ; : . . — —e . ern

Debate on the Resolution lasted imagine ‘such an item being how p.embers of the Executive liabilities, Government would — He labelled the Government The World’ Best Ni htcap ’
for 8 hours, and on many of the ‘ Gp concentrate energies ‘e Supporters as “Yes Men”, and said

8 ee : y Ne brought down three months before could allow the cost of feeding centrate their energies on more ae 2 ; ;
itoms, Government were severely ~""" a okie e . A . E 3 , productive schemes under the at because of the’ strength of irtight tins I Chemists and Stores.
acked for “acceding to the de- the next Estimates were due to 24 horses to go up year after Five Year Plan. the Government Party, Govern- Seid to ew aye s

mands of the various heads of come down. \ year in a day when transporta-
Departmenits. Honourable members who re- tion was motorised, and said that

he various items for which the presented the Government party the cost of
money iS voted are:—Upkeep of might sit satisfied with their wag ‘astounding’ for a smal! a4 Mounted Branch, and said he
gardens and incidentals under principles while the country colony like Barbados. was not in a
head Governor—$410, Stationery suffered because those members He felt that the
and Incidentals under Colonia! refused to dismiss some officers or police horses could be reduced by
Secretary, $1,800, Office Equip- ginger up their civil servants. One 50 per
ment under Customs, $450, Travel- wondered whether those member

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wien Mr. A. E. 8. Lewis (L) admitted and suggestions made on the floor
keeping the horses that the Police Force would need of the House.

a Replying to the criticisms, Dr.

position to say Cummins explained that no officer

number of whether the 24 horses now kept could have foreseen the increases

by the department were adequate in the cost of animal feed, and,

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cent., thereby reducing

or whether they were too many.

ling Expenses under Fire Brigad: ere satisfied through ignorance
$2°0, $500 for the Registration r through a wish to protect the
O°’ e@, Police $4,200, Medical De- vil servants
I nents $600, Mental Hospitald Mr. O. T. Allder (1) caid that
$10,600, Stationery for the Mater- in view of the fact that
nity Hospital, $100, Motor Trans-*now and again they got
port for the Barbados Regiment shodd articles coming to the
$500, Public Works Department jsland for Government and prices
$6,276, Miscellanepus Services were continually rising, he won-
$29,250, Labour Department $50,- dered whether Crown Agents
660, Bre nek ote mer - could not be done away with. He
Transport = $35,000, aterwor was sure there were some local
$11,600, and the remainder under jjpms who could get their supplies
ae Office and Legal Denar: far more quickly than Govern-
ment, » ment got theirs, and he believed
the Resolution had been jf they looked around and adver-
a eee ee ae tised for contractors, they would
$4,200 for new electrical installa- get ra eS ~— ch caper.
tions at Government House, 7 A ipcage': Mr Ae Ar ephhey acke op
On behalf of the House, Dr. Prices the ¢ rot n Agents chat -
Cummins extended the season’s “Went Up year after yea and
greetings to His Honour the unles they threatened these agent

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Speaker seconded by Mr. Mottley with taking away the

and after His Honour had replied
the House adjourned until ~
day January 6, at 3 p.m,

The amount to be:voted under
Colonial Secretary for’ stationery
was $1,500. The note 1 the Reso-
lution concerning this item stated
that on account of delays in the ar-
rival of stationery from the Crown
Agents during the last two years,
it was necessary to meet accounts
amounting to $1,277 in respect of
the year 1951-52 from the cur-
rent year’s provision. It has also
been necessary to purchase con-
siderable amounts of duplicating
papet locally in order to re-pro-
duce several long reports ete.
Stationery ordered during the cur-
rent year is now being received
and supplementary provision will
be required to meet outstanding
commitments.

from,them, or told them in strong
language that it was felt they were
overcharging, Government would
get no better consideration.

He would readily support the
remarks made by the two previous
speakers because for sometime he
had been feeling the way tne
felt,

Under Legal Departments, $1,680
was voted to supplement the
amount for jurors and marshals
at Grand Sessions. Speaking un-
der thie head Mr. J, E. T. Branck-
er said that the amount allowed
to jurors was completely inade-
quate. The allowance was decided
more than 50 years ago and it
was about time it be revised.

Speaking on the vote for the
Police Department, Mr. J. E. T.
Brancker (L) alleged that the
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) posts still
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bor office ill Labo I gralic
leave iring the
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ng about the allowance
ttos titutes, Mr. ‘alma
hat he would like ‘to dra :
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t policy of I
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tion is ese a I pa
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nt iture The sum f cor
has been voted for the
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r t gures to show at r « House. He felt that they me
Vv nerea take € i “A
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< e cel i e ¢ pre ’ oe i
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Mr. E. W. Barrow (L) use “"E
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t cori ‘ - No Point the
e expenditure f the i Mr. F. E. Miller (L) iid that 1
c epartments and yu there no poin 1 pre f staff
‘ it in his opi y i i e Vv n
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ss $166,622 To Suppiement , Estimates i







y should not have incompetent anc i Reports On Expenditure
eople to run the various depart- The divis follow M Lewis felt that report
nts. Ayes: Mr. Crawford, Mr. Allder ) be made by officers re-
Not Right Mr E. K. Walcott, Mr C from conferences a o eee
Dr. H. G. Cummins (L) Mottley, Mr. J. A. Haynes and Mr. “at they had spent. He cor e rn
he did not think it was right F. C. Goddard. how much it cost f Questions | oO
in ‘honourable member to at- Noes: Mr. Miller, Mr. Mapp, M ; passa i a something
tack heads of departm é ce~- L Mr. Bar Mr Talm e revealec ) : W G
Sy wean Gay wad bot elena ay, “Molake Mas ptm ae ne ae aes rovernment
hemsel He thought that was Bourne, Dr. ( n Mr. Co wford elt :
t th ] M ’ ment at the present could Wh
establi in the House Williar Brancker 1 to’ epend thi 1a W e
Mr. Barrow said h I E. D. Mot ¥ a to § G this: additio "
= . T} , aA e n of $12.00 for substitu is
yo 7 , ce vate Hen passed for Government. offici
of department Und Barbados Reizi- taxation on ruff and tobaces o
_ were the px vi nt $1,500 was voied be zg ack to some unwan n
xatic raids on the Tre; 1 ementary provision expe ture fhe hag ian al
vey had a head of a de} £9000 1S was done hecause | ae to new fields of taxation if Worker
t whether he be the Commis- â„¢ r int pr ted to meet they were going to keep up
sioner ol “Police or the Fina lS expenditure for the year that way. He hoped that as this 5
Secretary who could not even be ( h. The cost of up- a festive time, thev w i W
stent, to call that particular |“ Hic had been very do ything drastic and w W
er incompetent, ; the mo. cere there have been two the matters seriously
table word that could b ain +} ned 1 various districts He hoped that they wou
a ot the island. It. was necessary with the issue in a manner Vv
He said that this was the open timnap , RRRSAG AR A0G!> the. tax-payers” WOuld: appre
wx heads of department Yona amoun : : Mr Allderx id tt
conduct their raids on the Tre Regiment Transportation eer d vo. be Pe Se Fone .
This was only the begin ee Uber tal dy Mz. In same. pices ant ear
« 1 lon eries of supplementary : ; dap iM he felt figs. cleats irc sOveraien. es : t
vf “e ata ° cle cru should be given about their work in a lackadai .
tes which they would have “to 45 the nsportation of the Bar- cal. way when dealing with tl ( W
nake and they as members of t bados Regiment. He noticed that public and they could not affo n
House should let those officers jn recen ths vehicles of the to increase the membership of xe
now that they were not inspired Regimen vere seen all over the the Civil Service at this time actic €
vith any confidence of the { ntry i he did not feel What was needed in the Gov- ‘
bility to conduct the affair that it was necessary that men €rnment offices was efficiencs a Why
the departments. of th t ment should be run- Also speaking under the _ iten )
Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) ig all over the island three or ting Allowances payment of
that there. was no reason given as four nes a year, Substitutes, under Miscellanvou
to why a new horse is neces- He noticed that a grant had services. Mr, R. G. Mapp (L) said ille ‘
ry. They were merely told that teen given for this Department it was about time they did away ment wl
, horse was wanted. He felt that 4nd an increase had been given With acting appointments on the i ri
: should reduce the vote to after much criticism. He feit that Bench when those appointed knew ‘
how their dissatisfaction in this department which is not 4s much about law as he knew ;
: erning the way in eo Productive, gre ter care about cf the atom bomb: Such were not ge; cos
Â¥ f the departr at the money spent should be given suitable to administer justi (2) W
; 7 — This colony not a militaristic fA.ctually the state had been _ ; “
eing conducted. colo and the cost of running reached when people were not | s
He then moved that the vote 4} iepartment is going up all getting justic Not only should e
e reduced by $100 the time justice be done, but it should ap
Mr, O. Allder (I) sec He felt that representation pear to be done. They should not
motion. hould be made to the War Office have Magis t who would
Not Good Corollary for a small grant which would make up his mind before hearing |‘ I (
Mr. A. E. S. Lewis (L) help the young men in_ their both sides
t it would not be : 90d corol- military trainir The vehicles “We have drifted much too far
y to the criticisms made in hed to this department are in this island in ths pra tice of | neg
use to reduce the vote in nece¢ i used by personnel. eae laymen on the bench,” he cor;
y anc ppealed the honour- 1 additional $12,000 was set said.
e haber ia ‘St. Philip es c under Miscellaneous Services Mr. M. E Cox (L) said that a) I e G nt
hdraw his motion and allow for the Acting Allowances pay- members should not say that a of tl ( .
pt ik Ae t was. He ment to to Substitutes employed particular head of a*department nel used in conne t} }
MEET cae cogenatecens at Lanes in the Government Service Was incompetent when they sub- ar 1 at
ight the honourable member It apy nt that the amount sequently had to send for supple- ,; ; el
have confined the reduc- jovided for the payment of act- mentary grants. Members should eos ‘i ‘
m to item 41—Upkeep of bi- allowances and for substitutes remember that Government sel- dy |
cles. f of rs on leave during the dom gave the full amount a head | : . f 1 t ;
As far as the horses were con- year would not be enough. The might ask for. Government did ''°% a Re -
ed, 1oped that they were” principal reasons Were’ (a) Sev- this in an effort to, ke®p down . oe < ee i
tting the feed and that none of sral of the senior posts in the costs- When it was scen that extra VICW ° ion
e polo horses was getting feed service have been during money was needed the heads were the found { nee |
long with the Police hors« th rst half of the rand (b) not to be blamed. on mat ! |
T. Allder (I) said that Several senior office have been He said that it was immaterial the district to
red n of $100 would not on leave ig the year. Both of to him whether or not they voted W » is vw t t su i |
igle horse to die fro tk factor have necessitated money for members to attend con- (4) V
yn. They had already ex- the payment of acting allowances ferences, but no member could favourable
ided $4,000 and now they wer and the employment of substi- truly say that in many case
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Ur. Bryan

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When ir. T. O. Bryan (L) f er i stipulated patte nily agec
gave notice of an Address : : oe }
im the House yesterday to ome even- j
make Saturday December . i An irned ver to
27, a bank holiday, Deputy | ment ¢ } vhere
Leader of the I ejectic was

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Cummins said ae

rnment was thinkin Asst Pre
of meking that day a bank ; Be , a Chinese
holiday and the question p Ministe Chou En Lai,
would be discussed later ( € ! tougher prosecu-
Mr Bryan's Address ( the Korean war wa

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SCOTCH WHISKY

reads— ry e U.N, at least un til |
The House of Assembly eX Eisenhower

beg to draw to Your Excel e next month

lenoy’s attention the fact

action |



that Christmas Day, 25th US ced to the a

December 1952, and Boxing & vp Assembly's Steer- |

Day, 26th December 1952 . ee In recommending

felling on Thursday and I : t session - pus

Friday respectively ire ' te han Decen ae j es “4
beth Bank Holidays in t Asse he choice of

cordance with
Holiday Act
the
day Tth
sheuld he
Holiday se

the Bank
The House are
opinion tha

December
declared a Bank
as to pro

connotsseurs
of Satur
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lenger holiday for Govern
ment and other employe I
in this colony. —U.P.

The House therefore re }
speetfully request Your Ex
cellency to take the 1 MAIL NOTICE |
sary stens to ensure that the |
said °%th daw of December i Grenada by |
1959 be declared «a Bank ee os |
Holiday } tered Mail |

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At The (02nd Annual
Enadlustrial Exhibition

THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY Ltd.

representing

ROA. Lister
& Co. Ltd.

Sames
Beresford



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Nothing of interest or of under
Biioucnn Babriie standing to anyone? For all the difficulty of arranging the:
collection of Pumps and parts of Pumps, Engines and parts
hring beauty of Engines into finished presentation, The BARBADOS?
’ FOUNDRY LTD. BOOTH so attractively laid out agains
wilo your life. oe colour backgrounds of cream, green and white fuily merited
sa the CONSOLATION AWARD.





























ore Sere For the first time on show allowed to remain = mut

printed scersuckers, cambries were the fine new range if evidence to the Public, bu

ho Beresford Pumps (to meet every section was graphi
voiles and haircords that wear nearly every domestic and cally illustrated — workin HE
A iF idan ainunicahnets il asi industrial requirement), and principles, specifications anc #

f also the “Freedom” Range advantages — with the re

without changit . colour... wonderful ot Lister Diesel Engines. sult that anyone could we

Ns l/ : Khen the Lister Alternator appreciate the finer poin‘

for clothes for yourself or the children. Sets, the last word in gen- of both Pumps and List

erating current for private Equipment, Several en

or industrial use and popu- quiries made at the boot

lar over Barbados especially shew the effect of th

in the countryside. Foundry’s logical overa!

Neither was the display presentation,
Objainable from all leading stores,



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; pe si pei ciate heen WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1952
os ; i pa nag eh ae ee NNN
CLASSIFIED ADS.|__ wae | resue norizs
‘ — —| GOVERNMENT NOTICE
Be: ol: MISCELLANEOUS | ogy For all white shoes |
a 8 ae se aa Pan P —
a ro i - BOAT—A small t } | Distribution of the proceeds of the Liquidation
THANKS K SALE f hye Aaah age
| ‘ ea pe White shoes, to pass muster | of Japanese assets
| i2 2 . - esty’s i p P 3 ec P le
SIMMONS—The Sir SA ae AUTOMOTIVE | CAMERA—116 m i 2. 53: in company, must be spot- hs he oper . Guvermase nt has decided that the proceeds of the
ledge the a} aa sia ee } F NOTICE ; ' j iquida ion of Japanese assets in the United Kingdom should be dis-
ee Aempethy vars ae Benes | \ ) ' } | ( less, immaculate. Use | tributed amongst all United Kingdom nationals who had been Far
ne i r ‘ 1 | Fn
any wa their x be * . Eastern Prisoners of War and civilians (or their widows) who were
a x t mother a ed ‘tins rh 29 i I ¢ Propert's White Renovato imprisoned or interned by the Japanese during the last war.
tes oe ee or Propert’s Shuwhite. No * 2. Applications will be considered from United Kingdom na-
’ é Sts it ‘ VV GON Only } tu l T c
2 sean oo a a ees ad nals normally resident in the United Kingdom who were captured
i! new. - | surer way of making sure | ana imprisoned or interned by the Japanese during the war (or their
: ~ | BRAI 1 .
IN MEMORIAM ; that white shoes are white! widows) and who may now be employed, whether in the short or long
t— me ene ——— ‘ ; 4 term, either privately, commercially or by the Goverr ont i are«
Mt RRELI our | ELECTRICAi PUBLIC SALES = | bados. bovernmant in Fim
de t who 4 , a st. G - .
departed bige & | GARE RD 2.Spe Automatic J coord p R oO p E R T "& ‘ 3 ae ae Slepeants should apply imn ediately direct to the
«| Quantit . 3 Mont Co. Led Ministry of Pensions, Sanctuary Buildings, Great Smith Street,
: ree REAL ESTATE NOTICE SHUWHITE & WHITE RENOVATOR | London, S.W. 1
; JUST RECEIVED : Lapwrott, the, Estate of In Cartons with Sponge | 4. Although the final date for applications has been announced
a embere Godtre F VE RA 40. Feats os : ON ve ALD ® )WEN as the Ist of December, 1952, the Minister has discretion to accept
Mite " and bie and & Coy Lie ee a oe ee a E IS HERE GIVEN ta | late applications in certain circumstances. He has agreed that appli-
Baveera (great. grand 2—in| | o : ss at gals: cations from Barbados will be considered provided that requests for
ROBERTS—-In lov.ng memory of Aur | sate vera ; ; ba ! I G NOTICES an application form reach the Ministry before the end of 1952 and that
Jane; died on December 17, 1923 ‘ rail 2 | oeN!S MONI & CULPEPRER — Tw | the completed forms are returned without delay.
t mother cere i ri F ¢ ithe ether or 52 testat ere citeiehainisanioionenapdeii i
; eat ther sine ' t ; 17.12.52.—In
A beautit nemor ou left behind REFRIGERATOR oO or | oo . ours ROYAL N H 1
ad’ eeene tse 17.12.52--1 . a * w|i rift The M/V ARIBBEE ul
ve a a oe 4677 1 2. 62-2 K : sont cept Cargo a Pecunaels ane Sound restful sleep is vital for your health and prosperity
Ge ad Pelepiioue 1138 : | STEAMSHIP CO, * fh) Bomincs.“Antuus, Montaerra back ts
TAITT—in loving memory of our dear : , a Ae, ese y ae
beloved husband and Father Gerald SALING FROM EUROPE Sete
; LANI Lots of STENTOR, 12th December,’ 1962
Seeaocrers nce, ae FASO fate of Sa ee es cwca: eat {Hf IRON BEDSTEADS WITH SPRINGS
er 17th, ay ; : : ESTO! 93 accept Cargo and Passengers fo
Out of a world of ‘Ow res F t Blue Wat . : ; iERSILIA. 16th . ; : 1953 Dominios, A tigua to a Heaven of rest ‘ ; cre , 7 AILING TO EUROPE Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailifg ; 7 r
Boundless this i bove | - COTTLE, CATF* o 7 ORANJESTAD, 30th December, 1952 Tuesday 23rd_ inst CEN
Ever t > be rem« mbered by Leotta Tait ae é ‘ ING TO TRINIDAD, PARAM ARIBO . ia one meen TRAL EMPORIUM
(wife) lifforc ’ i ‘ € 4c = sk Ss GUIANA ‘onsignec al Ne ‘ ‘4 ian = are
: X 7 1 ‘ ‘ arenes Consig D.al W047 Cur. BROAD & TUDOR STREETS
Di 1 't I n. . iad ; a ar 198 BWI. SCHOONER OWNER =
+ ‘ _ | ae a De s bet, 1am SAILING TO CURACAO ASSOCIATION (INC) — os * sate z=
a sie MECHANIC: The tiesssede or" ‘ Wi F 1952 { Consignee, Dial 4047 S oo
cOn REN i | MECHANICAL — |e Hs MPSt EA > with t e thereto | Q te ¢ S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. tTD } 6.12.52 j F > >
4 : aa | BICYCLE—One Green three speed] perches « . t. sit 12.52—4n Agents (eee Again years of Experience tell in the Blending of
| rae : 2

©. Never bee ed. Cot

Rum at the Annual Industrial Exhibition

























































HOUSES lProverbs C/o T. Geddes G 12 soon forainw and ; sing Toom | ‘ . li N m We have secured “Top: Honours” in all Locally
1 12.82—2n ]8 bedroom ch with + : os © . . S s Distributed Rum and Falernum Liquor
FLAT & HOUSE fully furnished | CHILD'S AUTOMOBIL! 1 child Oras Teietios eee - Yo j anal lah ational teamships a u iquor
St. Lawrence On-Sea. Bhone, 2008, iy De nk Pelept iene 2072 i 16.12 2n Japs ligation on the “peer a . i re To See SO eae ae These Blends are served at the “BAMBOO BAR”
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO. | SOUTHBOUND ante sain alec’ bhi mete At THE ST. LAWRENCE HOTEL

“FARAWAY—Fully_furri POULTRY

furnished 3 bed-|
ftoom house, St. Philip coast. Lighting }
plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2
Servant rooms. Monthly rent $60 plus
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE, Dial
aie 1,1) .62-—t.f.n.

RETREAT = pp Wis CDN. CONSTRUCTOR Mqntrost Titles Resaages Barvades Demerara
: y ¢ 25 Dec 25 Dec 30 Dec .
HASTINGS ROAD. "ipposte Ove TRAFFIC CDN. CHALLENGER =. Bee: “Jan. “a Jan 39 Jan MR. & MRS. PETER MORGAN
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MUSCOVY DUCKL’ Week
old 65¢. rach, Ducks 6 & 5 months old
$3.50 & $3.00 each Imported Leg



View Hotel, containing cla CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 13 1 2 22 Jan. 27 Jan
two public rooms, fe bec 6d 7 vat 5 Feb ,
,



‘ CHALLENGER 10 Feb : 10 Feb

















































































. hea horn Cocks $6.00, Plymouth Rock Cocks] &t®. #74 kitchen. Very « | . ; DN CRU I 10 F 19 Feb 19 Feb 24 Feb
- ae 650: Watton Ghuett Re spina: into, separate: Weastgenty: and | In Carlisle Bay DN, GonietetioTGs 24 Feb. 5 Ma 3 Mar. 10 Mar
DULCE DONUM Annex. Fontabelle : : ee 7 ; } a 10 Mar 9M ‘
Dial 79 17.12.52—an, | Ui Telephon 3071 standing on 370 sc, ft sluable DN. CHALLENGER } a 19 Mar 19 Mar 24 Mar.
fal 8a 712.52-—3n 10.12,82-1n, | Duliding land | Seb ea ene SR Tae ohn aytor sons t
ig aaa 2 zse-in [Plas ee ge scree |S’ | we 7 . Tay Sons, Lid.
ae ey a — Pug Se Caen Garage and ser?ants room | | UND Vinten wet i Sails Arrives Arrives >
as ° + jal 82 for arrangeme o inspect. | ’ [ ar be, arba .
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water- MISCELLANEOUS Dial 8142 for arrangement to inspect. | . 4 CDN cone Harbados Barbados St. John Halifax i
rill supply. Monthly rent §7* plus 93 crate fo hy public eampetition | RIVALS pee 3 Jan 5 ear vn pis Roebuck Street Dial 4335
Gpaning charge, IN. ADVANCE. Dial “iene enihactediins their office, 17 High Street, on] S W i ‘ CDN Ta 20 Jar 21 Jan Jan =~
s an eve description.| Thursday, 18th December, 1952 I i c F j an. t Feb 4 Feb 2 SS SSS
———_——_—_- - Glass, China, old Jewsle, fine Sliver NS COTTLE, CATFORD & CO Hasse ( ne t Di Fet 17 Feb } Feb, 26 Feb. 28 Feb.
ONE BOND Marhill Str Watercolours, Early books, Maps, Auto- Solicitor yw re Associat CDN. CRUISER 28 Feb Ma Mar 12 Mar 14 Mar i
from January Ist, Phone .or 4334. | graphs ete., at Gorringes Antique Shop an s Ta i x CDN. CONSTRUC" Ma Bas 17 M a Mar 6 Mar 28 Mar
14.12.52-—-3n. | adjoining Royal Yacht Club Capt ‘ CDN. CHALI ENGER 25 Mar 1 Mar Ar 2 Ap 18 Apr
SS —— 9.2.52—4.f.n Plantations Lid. ne santo 1 Apr 14 Ar 18 Apr 25 Apr 1 May
OFFICES Comfortable, airy, all} ——___ lies diet dha |
modern conveniences. Reasonable rental AIR CONDITIONED—Units for Hotels AUCTION | See a ee amar eee —- —— —— | R HOTEL
Lucas Street. Dial 3315 Offices, and Homes now available from - - te - >
14,12,92—3n. | U.K, Details available and inspection| 2 petructious of Gia inane Cor.) U.N. I ire Jtussian: | ese eae Sane:
ef models invited Agent Interna- J” will sell on Priday 1th 2
etiaietenahteetlaneeer > - - tional Corp. Ltd.. Tel: 5008 p.m, at General Motor ‘Bus Co } se ‘. r GARDI ie
é ’ eh: 3000. aan, petreet, 1903 Auaiin Somerast Sed UNITED NATIONS, New ¥ NER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents. |
a) Al 7 "| oi. ais 7 7 ro damaged aceident s@ a! | 5
ANNOUNCEMENTS | — 555556300 |e cee ee 4 |
\ . Morris Bump: ot q
ill reasonabl priced. Trick Troll per
——— ~ Swim Rings, Jolly Jims, Pistols, Kiddie R, ARCHER McKENZIE | i
SUNDAY TIMES “Keep in touch | Band Pick-a-tune Spades Gu 16, 1%) 52 | ed esp -
with Britain. Read the Sunday Times, | Rattles Banks, Mills Anomals. und EOF,

Sritain'a tect infotmed Sunday NewWs-leeveral other. items, See-our display. AUCTION SALE OF TRECI ; H M NN $
paper, flown to wou the same week Of |eelect yours aati G. wy a. I have been instructed by the B'dos| Tike I ly een ee Cc RIST AS Di ER ee rs 4.00
publication, Dial 0103 and obtain sub-|SON & CO. LTD. Dial 4222 ‘ Regiment to sell by publie auctio t| personal é
seription form from George Hunte, the 17.12,52-an | he Garrison « Thursday vext 18th} Zighenko N & | Gaal | OUTW : ‘
a tn cama ae te eM 19,000] December at D o'cloak one (3) tives ton | SeoeNKO, UI secre=| | *FWARLD FROM THE UNITED’ KINGDOM December 25th, 7 p’'m
13.12.52—8n | BUTTER—Anchor Butter in 1b, Prints, jQ0dke Truck. ‘Terms cash * XN ese A ¥ CP oe Vessel ,
Pulm Tree Butter 25b Tins, Stb Tins, and DARCY A. SCOTT | U.N. payro (C.P.) esse : Fro
- 1) Tins. W. M. FORD, 35, Roebuck St F Govt, Auctioneer fy | - Leaves B oa
Dial 3489 16,12, 52—2r 13.12.52-—4n. | }5.S. “SCHOLAR” arbados
7 2-2 sAR ; ” y e
LOST & FOUND | ee London 17th Nov. 22nd Dee



COOPER'S AERSOL FLYSPRAYS en-
sures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes,
Cockroach, Obtainable from all leading

— —-- - Vorgrge greiea Ad 9} 1S.S. “PROSPE
UNDER THE SILVER |Peer Marries Mt 62 SS. "CROPTERâ„¢ ety. ee ee NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER $4.00

































































































































Stores in two sizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 o2. HAMMER i LONDON, Dec.19. 1s.s. “GEOLOGIST” Glasgow 3rd Det Der
LOST $2.18, sn 3 The Marquess of Bristol, 82, was} â„¢ "oO" retain tse . Liverpool. 6th Dec. Dec.
——— —_—_———_—— 29. 10, 52— Lisursdiay h by order o w./married toda to Senora Dora} FS; Seen sinlbaeenitionee ake
LUNCHEON PLATE—Wil! the person prepress ices ienaeee ——— ezynski, we will sell his Furnityre| frances Emblem De Zul 61.| HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
who inadvertently took away a brown} CHERRIES IN MARASCHINO—De-]4t Ferniburst, Deagons Road | F t
luncheon plate ‘decorated with white|licious Moirs Marasch:no Cherry Choco Which ' includes | widow, ; Vessel : e
birds, from the Cake Stall at the] lates in 1-!b attractive boxes. Price 15/- Morris Suite, (Settee & 2 Arm Chait The only two people at the cere- | - For Closes in
“Woodside Fair,’ please return same as| Bruce Weatherhead Ltd wth Cushions) Long Coffee Tab mony were the bridegr ed Barbad a
b $ 12.52—3 Ottoma Morris Tables Fi Lamp i ‘ 5.S. “PLANTER” i a ados
ti patolaide | sen sa-an [ig Mera ani, er se [Lord Jermyn and. aay” dermyn . London rth Jan. Table Reservations Tel. 2131
le erie Naatolnctlbtantinlialnen sine DRIED FRUUT—Prunes, Raisins, Cher Sideboard, Ornament Tables in| The arquess was formerly in~ For further i ‘ es
WATCH—At Cave Shepherd & Co..| ries, loose and Bottles, Walnuts and hogany: Axminster Carpet. Raish|ister to Colo ind Be nd| er information apply to - - -
Ltd. 1 Gentleman's Gold Wrist Watch | Almonds in shell Ww M FORD, 35, . WwW geoe, Glass & Chin Dinner holds the Grar ) of the Order DA co
with gold strap, initials R.M.C. on back | Roebuck St. Dial 3489 Coffee Services; Case of Plated er ‘ 1 1 :
of Watch, Finder will be suitably re- 16. 12, 52—2n , Forks &c. (50 piec Radio, | Of vs ae ot I BC | ede STA & co. LTD. — Agents ke 4
warded n returning same to R. M es Treadle Machi Cutler to id Jear I 914] e666 tao ona a y vs Gece nasanidiniehedarmasien
Cave, Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd EVENING BAGS—A most attractive} Spoons, Forks ete. “Wardrobe, Dre was dissolved in 1933 io. POCGSSS TP POSSSE POSS CCL ESPSLAE SSCS
17.12.52—2n | assortment of the latest types of fT. gle, Simmons Doubie I tead, Spring | sega x
American evening bags. Imitation goldJend Mattress, Falk s Burne ou AT ae
ens | wire cage bags-sequin gold and s.lver[Stove & Oven. Larder, K.tchen Table | 1% T
t lovely brocaded and velvet evening] C E. C. Refrigerator and other ite | 1%
y Xmas Time bags. From $4.77 to $7.98, The Modern Sale 11.30 o'clock Te ‘ | ie %
is Dress Shoppe, Broad Street | i is
+ 14 12 52—3n }
Happy Time ) Ae re BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO. %
Mr. Therm’s ENGLISH OILCLOTH Lovely Design 14 » io ~-=
I , 45 inches wide $1.00 per tan aa - 1% = ony °
Pano way Store, Lucas St an | x 1% pasate /
ecause ee pment ae * ; 7 z ‘pecca R COR S i pee ee ee a =
he makes VENING COATS Short Woollen FOR SALE | i 1% LE @\LE
« everybody happy | Bvening Coats. lovely for this coal } i
everybody hap weather. $17.00, The Modern Dress oe Jj i}
you'll find him | shoppe, Broad Street 14. 12.52—3n and Alymer, | ? ¥
wherever there's }-——————___—— i ‘ % SOUTHBOUN
ESSO PRODUCTS—Petroleum Jelly , oO 1 | 2 = UND
a White in Drums. Nu Jol, Paraffin Oil, M. FORD, 35, Roebuck St 348 IXkcc thr Graver « —_——
GAS COOKER | prums one Pauls. Fut Sprayers, Fut 16.12, 52—2r 1% 3.5. a I ALSE Sailing December 11th, 1952
Gallons, Qrts, Pints and ‘es Pints iti — - —__—__- ~ - Trividad, La Guair Reticle eo es
Aerosol, Flit Powder, Esso Handy Oil, SCOTCH WHISKY-—We have just W2e. 1% Jamaica ’ 4 Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and ¥
OOOO», Household Wax, Lighter Fuel, Radiator been appointed Agents for the QUEEN | ac . eTo Tents t : y
' " Cleaner. Radiator Protector, Stop Leak,JANNE brand, the finest of all rare | MOROCCO 1% COLOMBIE” sailing December 31st, 1952 % We take this opportunity t ish
Sponges, Spark Plugs, Brake Fluid,,{Secoteh Whiskies, produced in Scotland | belie az VEET SONG 1% lrinidad,»La Guaire, Curacao, Cartagena and % Ppo ¥ oO wis
SBA VIEW GUEST Drums and Pails, All of these can befsince 1793 ‘onnoisseurs are ally | ean anaes eae Kc ro ME } J ica. * is a % :
a obtained from R, M. Jones & Co., Ltd. invited to drop in and taste it, P | LOVE ‘OME y a ME | ¢ a ‘ 4
HOUSE ie oe eS Cet ena Bie bettie, 200 per cae eee | A SUMMER EVENING 12 NORHBOUND 3 our mafly Customers and _ Friends
A a Fy eee quannanennenanenenss § TY istilleries a Shep! Stre | THE ow a oY 19. - +
GRAPE JUICE—Alymer Grape Juice 52 | THE NEW OKEY DOKEY ;Qs S. “DE GRASSE” Sailing 24th “?acember, 1952 3
in bottles. Apple Juice in 278, GIBGD sete. prieeeanecentiin — | ¥ : 3c a . Se ae ee
HASTINGS, BARBADOS Tomato Ketehups. W. M. FORD, 35.) SKIRTS Nylon permanent Plc Beis tale e vuthampton and Le Htere a
Daily and Longterm Rates Roebuck St. Dial 3489 16.12.52—2n } skirts in Navy, Black, Gre Green. | $5.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing. January 11tn,; 1953 ; ° °
| ‘ , ¥
quoted on request. --- ————-——— | White, Wine, Brown, Only $4.95. 1 x For Martinique, Dominica, Guadeiu:pe, Southa nptor y ris ris mas.
GLASSWARE—At prices to suit every-] Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street | x and Le Havre om RAPLON ° e
Permanent Guests one. Snaps 8c., “% pt. Tumblers le., 14.12 | x tea ae ‘ x
welcome Decorated Tumblers 30c, Coasters Te,’ ——-—— | x ACCEPTING PASSENG 5, CARGO AND MAIL
Dinner and Cocktail Ash Trays j0c., Candy Dishes 2c TOYS—American Toys tl 1 ~ beulibadiaccastinieaabdagsanigks 3
Dshes 12c., Nut Dishes 12 Pin it and = low i p! 1 2 x
Parties arranged Q8e.. Father Xmas Decorated | Water Pistols, $1.20 ¢ G ‘ % R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents % THI “Eh
Tumblers 30¢, each. G. W. HUTCHIN-f ea, Du 60c, ea, Flut c. ¢ | i ; } ITT ee
J. H. BUCKLAND SON & CO., LTD. Dial 422: Gace %c. en. See them TODAY x PHONE 814 $ | 4 WEST INDIA BISCL tT CO. LTD.
Proprietor, 523n]G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO 1D SICBECSBS OEE SEEEEEEOLEOF GGG BBCODE OES. BBCCCELES |







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HALLS’ WINE-~12/6 each, The Original

Supreme Wine, Ton.e Restorative. Drink Oe ee a




this wine and its powerful tonic restora- 7 peaches Guavas and G 2
tive effect will be felt once, W. M. FORD, 35, Roebuck St. Dial #4 *
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banishes that tired feeling. Goc
Old Folks. Bruce Weatherhead |



NOTICE



Agente for Halls’ Wine 14.12 TEA SETS—Special Xmas Gift P
ee ws Fon our prety Tea, Dinner and Coffee S«
HAMS—Canadian Picnics, 6 to 81D,[ These sets are unbeatable ‘



Picnics 6 to 8 Cooked Ham
7b W. M. PORD, Dial
Roebuck St 16.12. 52—2n

excellent gifts, Several desigr n
which to choose. G. W. HUTCHINSON
& CO. LTD. Dial 42





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The New HUMBER HAWK

INFLATED RUBBER TOYS—A_ nice

assortment n large 5.2te pphagts







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This is to notify our

Camels wns, Rabbits and 8. He. | scalp complaints
friends and customers each, The Modern Dress Shor ‘yan, | tte, to the dullest h

Obtainable at

. n i res — ingens 16 a ili i i,
that our retail Store PERFECTION STOVE PARTS — Please} — ee, & Brilliant new styling—and beauty of line Fine performance—instant get-away
will be open until 4 p.m. note that ail Perfection Stove parts can] “WALLETS — For Ladies’ Gen

‘ . " be obtained fre R. M. Jones & Co. | Gynaren » aseortinant of emt 2
on.Saturday, 20th De- {{\/ de,obtned. thom Rt etn Children. A fine assortment of embow es 5 t0 6 seater roominess—omple luggage space + Absolute dependability—rea! economy

PYJAMAS—Littie Boys’ Pyjamas. Sizes
from 3 t 6 years Weill r
colour cotten material
Modern Dress Shoppe, Broa



t} cember, and will be
t closed the whole day
on Saturday, 27th, in-
stant, in order that

decorations, A wonderf

se. 40 The Made F : ‘

St tio, ad Street ‘ SERVICE MEANS LONG LIFI
} Make Sure that Your

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wel a r achool was We have just opened
de 4 fore y \ aren od the J -
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r he primary schools of Kingstown 2 a wonderful variety
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oe t r € : , ' ) ‘ viewed the work done bj 2
s af He t me has 1 : usted in . ( een f appare nt fre | ( I Mr Keane, th instructor, and 7 ° Owers lor evening
ite 1 i when rain began to 1 the unt of 1 { as : mas ; Sr
Bar de well to remain unbeater advised the head teachers present . 7
a 7 es = R ‘ _ : to encourage the junior members Hats suitable for all ages. wear. A wide range
. < ay.) ¢ ai : P aed ae 0 ‘ of their staff to take a keener in-
ROL Signifi it in this game has been the decided accent’ by the Aus-, four fours and did not terest in sports as the responsi A f
Ji tralian selectors on youth. The selection of De Courcy, Craig. David- chance Rieti eee : 2 all i 's i
n, Ron Archer and Carroll constitutes abundant proof that Austra- atity te ph oes e em will soon tai Iso flowers m children 7 of prices and styles,
turning mor more to youth and is offering every scope for Davy ir ve ft-h ( “a - en Ss. iam
the young prom ing vat a bowle1 id the be ure ‘ is Honou 1e Adfninistrato
Wilt , PURE DEO TSE MO WMD RIS -ADUEE or 108 |W. F. Coutts, congratulated the
7 TINIE me 7 1° winner and stressed that al)
a {INDIA WINS TEST SERIES The Au pu ‘i should learn the games well in
be 1m Witth India-Pakist Pes ; f efore tea in the final their youth so that St, Vincent oO
Mi PYVHE Fifth India-} akistan Test ended in a draw on Tuesday, thu nd a half added another will have good representatives in "5
me giving i dia victory in the series with two wins to one and the he los yf three more the future
ther two left drawn 1, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
The Indian team, provided they can relax for the next fortnight
Eve should cor the West Indies full of fight. Their games wit! ~â„¢ ss
wi pon wars ea Uiiden Enndificwase OE ehincthas us ae ae SPORT tm, RO ND- P |: reese d FPSODTTSOCTIOSOSTPOCODOOPOCOSSTOSTTOSOOT
ty be familiar and should be also less trying than a tour in which} K
ie it i to leave their own territories and acclimatise them- |
5 5 iditions totz ally different from their own and play cricket LONDON.* real] world champion, Sandy
in the hard downright fis ghting atmosphere of the Test match | THE TEST MATCH ticket rush,| Saddler, is in the American
2 for the England-Australia series| Army, and before he was con-
+ MULVANTRAI “VINOO” MANKAD next year, has begun. Last week,! scripted he took the pe willl
the tickets were on sale for the!of “freezing” the title. He will
rJ*O-DAY we deal with the record of the second member of the| First Test, at Trent Bridge injresume it on demobilisation,
ome I li team which js d $ a : June Within two days over a :
F ndian team which is due to visit the West Indies this winter, | thousand top-priced seats (17s Cricket -
St. and it jis the well known all} 6d.) had been sold... At other NINE captains of Surrey Coun- 3s
am rounder “Vinoo’”’ Mankad, !grounds the Test Match fever is} ty Cricket Club, spanning a period
Fr Mankad was born on April 12,| catching the authorities unawares’ | of fifty years, spoke at a dinner] 9
eat 1917 and is vice-captain elect of | At Lord the ticket-application! held in London last week to cele- x
pea) the team. Slow left arm bowler} forms will not printed until| brate the County’s winning of the
om and right arm opening batsman. next year, and will not be accept-| cricket championship last season MAK ES A BIG
4476 Toured England with the 1946 ed until March But aire They were: Lord Roseberry; H
= Indian team to England andj cheque and postal order ue; D. G, Leveson-Gower; C. T. Wilk-
ae turned in an all round perform-)| pouring in. All will have to be;inson; D. R, Jardine; P, G. H DIFFERENCE.
ole ance that ranked him as the returned, It is the same at Head-: Fender; E, R, T. Holmes; H. M
3 leading allrounder of that sea-|ingley and Old Trafford Even; Garland Wells; M. R Barton, and @
too son, the Oval has had a flood of en-; W, S, Surridge. The nineteen
a quiri for the last Test to be} players who appeared for the YOU LOOK
cle: Represented India against the; Played in Augus Secretaries | county in 1952 with H. Strudwick YOUR BEST
447 West Indies in 1949 scoring 143 } cannot remember anything like it.| (seorer), A. Sandham (coach),
as runs in the Tests and taking 17 They ar rranging rationing’ and J, Tait (Masseur), received Ss
fro wickets in 363.1 overs at a total, systems, to ensure fair distribu-- a gold watch from the club, At
cost of 744 runs. tion, the dinner it was announced that YOU FEEL
76 Mankad, a professional in the | Golf the Que a to be the new Patron YOUR BEST
mo Lancashire League was called| THE IRISH GOLF UNION at a. Of the club—L-E
Luc upon to represent India in Eng-| meeting at Dublin last week de- | &
land this year although he was|cided that the new Irish Open !
deel not originally selected as a mem- | £3,000 golf championship will be + 1% AND = THE
Wa ber of the team. He turned in|played at Belvoir Park, Belfast, PRICE YOU
A ee some outstanding individual per-|from July 29 to 31. . Other dates PAY IS THE
Vv. MANKAD. formances fixed by the me f WEPE: irish PRICE IT’S
_— open nateu at Killarney, be-~ WORTH
ae News from our St..Vincent correspondent is to the effect that on| ginning J une 15; Irish closed \
Bri Wednesday 8rd the Cricket Association he ald their annual general, amat ur—at Rosse Point, Sep- | Z :
par meeting, Among the items discussed was the visit of the Spartan | tember 7 Top Scores in
pul C.C. from Barbados. Weekes and Walcott of international renown Car Racing | Tailoring”
pin are expeeted to make the tour. GEOFFREY DUKE, Britain’s| 4 {
dos fhe Cork Cup Tournament, a matter of some importance, was 'twenty-nine-year-old world mo-| |
ul discussed as the match will take place here. |tor-cycling champion, has an-|
oe nounced that he will race cars, |
1 Be motor-cycles, next season. ee \. MAFFEI |
Last week Duke was presented |
—_ at the Royal Automobile Club | 1 i
|with the Seagrave Trophy for | L )
us ra ia| 1951, for “most outstanding dem- | ' “9 . |
o> jonstration of the possibilities of | | {
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x | transport by land, air, or water.”

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ue anaes to the following Ohiis! an LOS ANGELES, Dec. 16 j racing but at any rate I shall
Ca’ eee te eae - Helms Athletic Foundation have a go.” Duke will drive a

1. Who headed the W.1 First named “Gentles’” Reinaldo Gorno | As ston Martin D.B. 2 or D-B.

- Class Batting Averages for the o finished second to Czechoslo- |
Australian 1951-52 tour, vakia’s Emile Zatopek in the Jast | ™Ma@Jor
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Test batting averages for the The Foundation chose one from!
same tour, each of six continents. Honoured | Boxing

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f 4. What was the average. with Gorno were South Africa’s| pay pAMECHON, Freac!

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PACK BIX BARBADOS AIlVOCATF. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER U. ISM House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates Govt. Criticised On $10,000 Resolution For Repatriation ThiHou M Aaacntb y insi niiiht passed ;i RcaoluttOfi for Slbb'l'J lu -uppltmtnt the Estimates undtl AttMD h*a*K Uon WM uniiinaily for $176,622. but an amount . particular year ended without the . up b> ordering i*inf filled and it w-s .. .... ...... Jia tao.<-. UUI II ara %  uwalllH and would Diva uui Sn %  l to nay ihe to mi>aidi lor. It would seem thai iJl of repatriating Barbadian Q0 provision had been made U%  -. i.fin UM Mo.ner culm.-. nM mey did not with to put ..a ti. tcnaaa in in* as iiruniIt would DM amount Wtf put |fl 1 %  *** matee. No Irregularities Mr. L. K. V.i*u ikt laid inat whin trie new system ol dealing %  tin the Estimates was inlrolold that the %  ..l.U. All the Governa ...u.xii tanvd with ti.o opoonuot> to out voting ihc GovarruAant b> l*— 2 Vet th* reten..ou ol the Item A -re Dr. H. O i ir.nuns. Daputj l> .dcr ol the .loi^e, a;id .\u .1 E. Cox. the Uuced. they oti ar BCMUtiva Cum-iuttac mam' an'-' advantage would be bcr present. VotWi n fa*OVJ "' with a Financial Secretary IUC" the motion Ly Mi. L -J. MolUey u for Its belew • 1A. ihi .mm*, ha ponder, Mr. E. S. ; *.'. Mr. E W. Bar.-.)*, Mr c F Talma. Mr, St.A. Holder, Mi V £ Millar. Mr. J. E.T. Braachar Mr J c. Mottfey, Mr V. A Crawford and MI O. X. Allder. DeKitron the Resolution lasted EOT • hour*, and on many of th' *-m*. Government were aeverel: Hokeo for "seceding to the de...uds of -h, ix pa rtmei.tr Tlie Mwlous Items for which the money n voted war— Upkeep of %  .rdem and incidental* undei head Qovtrnoi -$410, Stationery i.r.a md %  % % %  i cokmia' nuitaij. $1800. Office Equipginger up their civil servants. Ota. meat undei i % %  %  %  $450, Travelwondered whclhei lh< t member* liR Exwn-f, under Fire Brigad*ll ere ajoft $500 foi the HegiMraUoifl r through a wtal <> t Police S4200, Medical TV-aJ > ii servanll tenta $600, Mental HospitalMr. O T. AiMcr lit vi*w of the fact th In The Home Yetfardap %  %  •f Pna|N> iSn maiaa •* Mv-iirx •MM <4 M<-> 'i"l. %  hit 4.lni> 1" Worn, > • HIU%  !*•!> I K-iJfnjtei. separate proanon waa made for forage dnd Ta'ii:ieft*4i Opiun: SmuggI* r l*'in.a*d PORT-OE-SPAIN. Dee. 16. A Malayan teaman named Tom feed, and said thai on one QSJB. J* 0 ^"^ w u mornlni flned vol. for for-ae waa re***> lo > havUl ""^ P 0 ""**' iiuc<-d. Later, they had to increaae Sj. r *-j i.UUexauar 'tie horv were Thif plUCT ii. hi* po-.vin Seo't. City Magistrate m In believed to be the larSJBst lound to be iMidartod. and now ani01|n o| ,,. m ev?r ounu or Ihe> wr, being asked to approve ,, Je ^.„ on m Trlm dad a Suppksanantary vote for fodder. Mr. E. •*. WaWi (El said that The Prosecutor aked the Mjgif it was true that the po>ire xtrale to impose the maximum fine horves were beins used for in? of $1,200 Leong ld '.hrcugh ar pla>.ne of polo, then Government interpreter that he brougnt the Was suffering from a "very *eri HH opium as medicine for a sick friend. Customs authorities clajn II -lied the B9D Sy-tem m they are experiencing difficulty la Barbados a luxury, hut added. If localina the source ol opiurr Barbados can afford in have it. smoked here. then ii should b.I would not occur. Ai |u lime he laughed a* he fore.w that the method would not be cure As a matter of fact. DSTVS1 .11 % %  '. Barbados had so uny supplementary estimates liH-ii brought for so many things hut had been overlooked. DM rould have thought It difncnlt to %  uglna *uch an Item being bruUKht down three m<" 9 US* next aaWmafa mme down. H'>noural>le meml>cr who reI the Clovernment parly might *^lt *atl*(le.l with then while t h r country • ulTii.il because thou* members ii tome office tag bcaraga, rod said thai thg %  %  • for feedin. -qual to 'he Ihemse! Hi aakad could affoni |o k) Police branch a> a year mi %  < • monial occftiionDisplay* thrat year. .Ailoiindin;; Prani ker. he polntad out the danger in using horsaa for polo, and said that ll %  pending mon*j on hoi ... System which WJg snaaa luxury, the PoUea D*p.il'm*'. ronrentrate their i r7 the burden of praaaad establhmenl of a "Vice Squad' trtdeh would be trained in detecting used to purchase wagons :oi *ng and bringing to justice tho*e that Department. I* w 'ho have introduced into ihe %  olony an abominable crime He deploreo the fact thM 24 which Is reputed to be spreading .(old COM so much, and thrnisfhoul lbs Island said the motoi cycles could be "The people of Barbados are used to replace the horses for bing perverted." b v ceophwho 'I undei the Five Year Plan. said unwholesome". Mr. W..Icot' "Yes Men Mr a i. Miner i) i., ;';*..[ n .?:r s Imw uemberi of tm could allow the fJOSt of feed 24 horses to go up year af year in u day ".'hen b I boa ^u( „oI6 27f, Mi^ivllanepu. Services s:'250 labour I)epartnient $50.060. banartmeni of Highways and I'r.inaport SSfi.OOO Wntcrwurk Si 1,04)0. and th* remainder under Post Off)' man it. After the It'-olutlon had been pitted the House passed n further Supplementary Resolution for $4,200 for new electrical installations at Government House, On Itchalf of the House. Dr. Cummins extended the season's li-etliigi to His Honour UwSpeaker seconded by Mr. Mottle? I., th" i ;n'eminent and pi ICSf %  .i ... : i iMfhtfl Crown > %  xHild ii"* ba dona away aitB. lh M lii-.i could aal than suppUai and Legal Depatillt l(lori quickly lh-n (...MI ment gol thatrs and tie beticve i tbas lookad around and .ii'-'i Used for contractors, in. gei their articles much cheaper. Tnkinu AM;I\ lltisinev a unk tha ... ith taking aw MlM$ lik ware day January 6. at 2 p.m. OVarc n ar gUU l. Oovi Tha umoant to he voted uatdaff **< "" battar consideration Colonial Secretary for sUUonarj Ha would raadU) was $1,500. The note inItcr.oremarks made by Uia tWi lullon concerning thU item slatad speaker* because toi lonMUme 1 that on account of deUys in the arhad b-r rival of stationery from the Crown I' 1 A^aaaj durinu the last two years. UadW Lagfal Department v i MO tt was Dacessnry to ineel account* *a> voted ti nrnoaOitant '< %  $ljni In respect of amount fee Ui.ywar I951-5J fnan the cur">"V unrcnt year**, provision. It has also dec th* head Mr. boon necessary to purchase eonr 'aid thai the sidarable amounts of duplicating b luroi saj raniptati paper locally in order U> re-proquats Tha aDosi*nee duca several long reporia etc. more than 90 years ago and it StaUooery ordered during the cur"as about time it I-n-vi-.-.l rent yenr t' now being received Speaking on the vote for the and supplementary provision wUl rtwce !>' purlment. Mi. J. £ T be renii.r.-d to meet outstanding Braacker (L) alleged that the ciunmitmonw. P" !: bakaa uaad i>y Mr. A. E. s. ush , and •tud |l seemed that liitle or no urged Covernmrut b> h '-ntip-, wll T;iken of the criticisms lha matter. m'-te In the House in connection Mr. TV. A. (Tan-ford f fodder for Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE QIFTS Spend $10.00 Cash or more on any day and get a piece of Phoenix Ware free. The bigger the purchase the Better the Gift. LOUIS L BAYLEY Of lUlllllll 1. 4111 Dim I lithe chances with your Sleep I T 1> important thai you should 'ii|ov natural, refreahiftf sleep *wy night. Your energy and 6rn*a pargsly dvpesd upon U. So be guided bv the experience of counties* ihousands who naoke delicious Ovsliine their regular night-cap. Taken at bediime. 'Ovaltlne' provide* apecia] properties derived from Nature', beat foods. These, help to sootha nerves and body, assist you to relax, and are conducive to sleep of th* beet kind. After natural, restorative sleep you awake In the morning with body and mind refreshed and eoergv renewed for the work of the day. Remember . Ovaltlne' differs from other food beverages in Its nutritive properties and scientific compositionThai is why %  Ovaltioa results are obtained onl> wiih 'i tvalhne'. MM OVAsLaTaNK The HiirM's Beat Nightcap %  -.J u u. HI. ,'ii I.-' a* ail Oa as st g a e.*a *•>* %  . IHPOIlTaafT-"**. that M Urge sin %  Ovsllln. • tie coaUlns (4 oilflCeS. o 4.1,11\$; IIIHI i 11 s ^^ at* sn .1 lot a Tha nan ma* ru 1**1' Ovaluae' remember u apa^Seiof'Onllin*' BIHUIII aa weU. YMII I hail dSllcata acJ diaiiDgoHlwd Savour. / %  nalai airtight pjtkafn. Me* CARIB FOR HEALTH dc STRENGTH *aaaa-^ CARIB FOR A BRIGHTER OUTLOOK AND OF COURSE CARIB FOR CHRISTMAS





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rwo IIAKItAIMis UI\II. \l MllVhllU |,UI MHI K : '" -' Qahib QaUinq% H -. hav: OAci R :--on Monda% < I *•* Hants was on a niur of > rf*.ii,, Ulantfa mvr* en banal rt in %  %  ps K nut llui %  %  HO Airways IT for %  ftnrfnnf'i* Tup* TED WR1GH1 of I-.*, %  m, Norll %  I \ i mm inr.i Dead I %  % %  %  %  itnti Fro 1 %  %  • bam Mr Wright expect? to spend In Europe, returning to Canada .-ibotii September and Charity Kuffh"Slmrintky" Rarhadw for the winter 'pHE RESW'. ..' *!( E. E. HACKETT 1 % %  •'> practl1 -Wood M HUH leelur. ,nH|p r,l S 1 PV b d8 fJS *> W ii' Council Wakerteld. .., %  • :. .: K %  • Ran Gap. 3 %  %  %  LISTI:\I\G HOURS M M Today's Gem %  -.-,'.-,-,',-.-.-,'--.-,-,-.•.'-'---'.-,----*,--'V. '-.. (ilVr. BOOKS THIS (HRISHIAS ADVOCATE STATIONERY *.---.----','.-.-.A NUMBER ot anataanj frosi the Ot-nlinc Convent who Ifft ovor tha Ut week-aiid i>y BWIA Vrneauat*. to -peud tha Cht-i-tma' holidaywith Uieii parent* and othar ralaUee-. litti-ltit t.'wulihl he namad 'he blaM It* • %  p Hi 1 H>> TREUDIC BURNof Captain Burns, formerly I Choraady who u now ni ployed i" IfldOtraal with a 11 I* Sti;.wn-k. %  <• llhflrtntad altar spending a holiday with her lelutlve*. She w* wmm pnmed ftti/t >'.' hrT *n Thorns. Mr*. Burn* is the daughter of Ml ,.nd Mr* H C SI Hill of %  jaad. Tiro %  *•*OfXeMM MAY arkn ha* i %  %  • %  Miarrive* henon II itfi i.unudiun Hank Trinidad' torSasS taw week* Jl v III! WIU.IAM SHORTS' pttumad on %  anilaj by BWIA IJ, 1 : UM H • XTl YEABWtX>D, in of Mr. and frtoroo I* a in %  • 4 %  I .11 Plantation. St George rorm iral K> to 1 M in Oaoraain ,, (> K(nk ;tinVl (l from Truiidi TweUtn town, BrKhri Outana hw an s bo siaind tuai osw thrai a • • %  i pranti b 1i HI 1 tl IVW I A n *i -I ,. ,. , ,, Of -is ... ,* ,,, aaella* In iluv C li LATIOKS #-riAfA" ,,.,.,, I^IIK EMOAi i %  • d bui tutt) a waaK-ana Burrow** aVaaMl .Arrimi bai aan ^i I M t MONO I ,, cr ** Ml '"" Mrs. I 1 u Mia subj<-c1 bf Arcbli i Like, i aMcaanOai I n.if hi> i AuatUi. Ifilrd *.' %  p. w .Kiof T,uk,r ' fNtE Dou. whlck wa Bad Hanatt H I Bi Hid H on the f>,„. „/ „ Tuin ,4 r K W|IL Mi i %  ']% mjgK Kr-% QOftlALVB -1 •> '* ' r ''''' ''' "' l,,,n 'has bean ntght. rJVl Royal Bonk of Canadi .'L V K,'I ia f >afrfi afrcwr* Boy | .. , %  < T HE Modarn il K)> Mkaofbi .. Brunch. arri\..i Kara With Cunudian Utiuk %  • -glvti ,. ml just over three j N Holiday m Barbados. \ii v. n stood, .'.in. la with ttM Bunk of (Jommcrco in | .i iranafem MNih birthday yi Andiioi i 1MB an" M. I \ %  %  i B '• A MI II is Mi Sas i i .. % %  ;,.. %  %  %  .1 for three da) -il for [|,. pi ari H tn upc-i, %  %  %  the RockliiuTirmi in tU'rmtiila Chlb M IIS T KAKNSWiHlill rf „ ,, v kuni in s *' / '-'<•'ivin.iKi • for Boma %  i raturnad •"TH11 Union %  -..if I of ,. ,.,K will oonl >pend!in' ... %  th< \i Hotel tad I i. n TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 PM. IMM.II; rill -UNI>\V (alM (*faeetal> Frlda* '• i>'" RKO RADIO ACTION |'A< KFITRi-fOl <>H HIT' Countr) i Mi Allan Trottar oi Worthlnjl i Wn -Li -f Ma i : %  %  Curut Hrrittil T RBtl I HI % % %  %  I ""l Wd Organ Racttal it si Jeaai t 4 pi H .i arlll bkataD) ran and it t doub'li wtwthar this -election has i Ri.'hartoa often THE STARS & YOU ixim ii" M Rim • o %  .1 .>•! .m.l KiiifHnr In i T i. esn %  . rj MM, ,|.lc,il* h..lullLi,|l Bui %  a %  pmn "I.1M %  i-r.nt WHIK %  M n -i iih„ 1 _Vi I I. I-It dilr -tl IMIano lll-t f* u< \> '• -i I OI KIMk T I-....l b .l.. I U aonc i ^. hraaan n .wool Mill ""I K %  .,,.,). 1,-nrlV ia %  acmanBU I"II in* B|trrld I BIB Ia>THIS at PKIZES! BALLOON DA7VCEI Dial WOO for Ri-si-rtxition* I I I Customers are Rushing to WHITFIELDS to see the new assortment SHOES I MillFVKNIN is i.ui.i) j, SILVER SANDAU .... III. U K SATIN HOLD MTRAPS TIIlM HTIITi: MHIIK IIMKIIs. ., mills, tVEDI'.r IBM SR.R9, 9.31 A 'I" I LADIES l.on I II I ol Ills Ml nil M si-ihl Hills IN Hilrrt: MBITK. lil II RID A BLACK KID


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1M>H\V DEI I MBKR 17. 19.-.2 BARBADOS AllViX Ml PACI -IMS House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates % %  Asomi n Expenditure Ml. \v, officer* %  %  %  should I. %  %  • %  i f.r GfVCTiimcr.t ulflViaK Ti y i provision head new of 1 Mtion ii thev wore KOLU* la %  M (1 i,_„ ., %  \ r thlt imped that a* %  %  ipetcnt, Not Riuhi Mi J Q, Cwrnniin^ (I N .: %  thry could '. .: Kiev, T ,. %  i Questions To Governmenl %  %  Mr. \ and will tal % %  tiomni that th< of the Wand. It wi • i Ri-imein TramporUtioo s .. '//•. Bryan Ufa irW/ Iht. 2? I I II llr^.n I' I* ike HWM mikr > ::. a hank helM llr< of Ihr 11 4. mmm *. > (iiiiMiu was II • tan Ih.i il i, %  '.! I'. MCUW IMdU""''ll l*b %  Mr. Ili>n. I %  Hi. Neem >.I \ bet lo i'n" 1,1 \ %  > I v I '.i> i tttenttee i p t feet ilui CtkrMnM Daj UUi Pce to sber i" i .-. • f.-uiiu "ii i FTwai *u ... %  %  t-in It ink HolM i .i i ] %  h \. r i< aw jr%  I tineptnlea Ui i > lex ,i.> %  :-, II, |V %  liMil B Hntbl it i %  ..',.!. %  | I ,|.,| ,.'|. ( ,l„n. Tlir it II-. %  peMrnlli reea < ifft |. In | .1. || p %  .r. -' ..v I |M "Mi • • Dei iav be ftedan i %  l*i^ On P.O. IK Issue / .>'. SI a ml firm 4, I i*mi iktir I. tng to ba re%  i \ Chinese En Lai. %  Skilfully hlen.1,,1 piilially ,/!; would have deellN with ui I ant. He noticed that nubile and I they were no re seen all ow did D ot foal What *M % %  | Jit. %  Department £„JSJ end an increase had been I %  vote lo %  %  %  a* much about l %  %  table to adi s Actually theata] %  : the time. A. 1, s. Lewie i "" '• >'' ,tu ir ' 1 V„ ^ %  ., ,„ ., ,_ i.ru— ....... „, In this Island In th v Utinccossar.lv \ %  i 112,000 ws g Mr M i Oaa i i v %  \ payi irtleular heart '.f ii*< in tinGovernment S erv ice. was Incompetenl when • %  nt thiit the am %  had to send for tuppl< ake UD his %  Pd that thr Ad by $100. a, T. Adder ll) na They should i lOC. | M.iil'T.i! wh t Crsod Corollan rla (L) ; %  I %  %  '. %  I.41— Upkeep of biiMi thai Government irtng the dom gave the full amount not be enough. The nUJht aak for G hoped thai Btwthh in .in effuit to kc p d | ........ v... ...... > Ike horses. T. AlMe* l> BB I that several sen.or offlcers have been %  .single hoi I • .. %  1.000 and now %  %  %  I make the T. Br.iiirl.rr I af represented Immaterial ,hc (loth of to him whrii i r Or not t ' I •: t say tii.it In miny i %  .'.. in "itlil' %  • %  %  :• : far %  %  md he (F) RIGHTS o, MANof them Trouble with %  hop] i the grMt variety at— KOIII IMS STATIONERY J/[ Queen ./linoiuj Cars! INSIST ON THE SAFEST TIRES BUILT e KOVrlH TV ar with those den values iati.il to anirahlitfin. ..." SmiMith Kitl 11114 Immaculate Interior I .iixiiriouK Comfort Ktonomiral .1! these are points worth nottaf when loiixidcrini; ur Ii.i-in:: a car above avengi ll ' ,r 'hat wi Mvon far into the future .... TROVER %  maun E NEW Compact' Built for hard labour _e1<-Encarncv & Co.. I.hl. I'honK ll!i:i. Thousands of motorist* hove used Esso Extra Motor Oil for years, and thousonds of new owners are finding it the best oil for their cars. Esso Extra Motor Oil is a premium grade heavy duty oil containing a special inhibitor specifically for CO"C*ion prevention, and an entirely new detcrqent which keeps yotir engine clean and in perfect running condition. Esso Extro Motor Oil is sold by practically every garage ond service station in II.irh.nl'. IT PAYS TO SAY FOR ALL PLTROLri/M PROhtTT*. ESSO STANDARD OIL < R M. JONES & CO. LTD.-Agents.



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\WII\IMIU DM I Mill I: :: BARB VDOS U>\nc \ I I PAOI <£VFS' House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates % Inna !'** < %  %  oats, 19 11 %  I %  . %  Mr. I w. rutrH i1 I %  %  %  %  V i people to run the Not Kiuh: llr II. t. l.miniih (| ., || for an h I %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  chat | %  i %  %  i %  %  %  % %  i ihe* were not %  %  Mr. w. A. cnwferd < i i i %  .%  the Stay HI which the %  iced by $100. Mr. O. T. Alldrr it Nut (HHIII Curollurv Mr. A. I ^i sna l I ry to the %  lionour-r for St. I'hilip to WU !! %  %  | Iiiiiiuuiiib!" %  %  cttmg UM Mr. O. T. All.lt r 111 %  %  %  hit Ihc IT it and of 1100 %  Mr I. E, T. Branrkrr i %  .. %  .. %  %  I %  %  %  No I'oint Mr. I I M.ii.r I | %  %  The q %  %  %  nd toll % %  h K B %  %  Mr COX, %  %  **cd. %  %  : %  I ic intent Transportation o. T. All %  %  %  %  %  1 >vcr Iho I he did not feel rhat men %  IHI uniting nil ovi nd three or N partnwnl 1 i;: that % %  %  %  %  the muiw ) Bf Up all %  %  He f' %  %  help ih The vahielea parti i by personnel. An addition.! *12.oo out undei Bervlcea ea pay* %  in the Q rvicO. • that the %  mount I I urlng the n tigh. The %  %  In the %  I tl.'.h of %  %  nd the i i I'P mntithly expend) tun %  Be p—ts still reI %  %  %  %  %  %  n %  %  I posts. Baaartl On Kxpcnrtiiurc %  %  n I %  %  %  %  %  • %  %  %  • %  %  I i ick to I thai %  • ill iak "i Ho hop %  %  M : %  %  %  1 • %  r work in a i cal waj when d< I %  %  : time I %  Subetltuti Mr. K c. Ranaj (L) %  %  with acting appoli n not) when i a* much he knew %  %  ultable I \ %  reached "hrn i retting Just justice !%  %  Magistral make uo his mil d both rides .' %  ive drifted miirh too far iland In th. pi putting laymen on the >%  aid Mr M. i: Oei (i.i %  particular h*ad of a*d< %  tent arhei tl had to send i I . . U %  i %  dorn gave the full amount i' i Goven this In :tn etroi' coat Whi n %  %  .... to him ant money fM ferencoa, but ni nmh % %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  Questions To < -o\