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The Barbados advocate

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

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Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
Barbados -- Bridgetown

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

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WHAT'S ON TO—DAY
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4.00 p.m
Police Band Lord Dange
7.00 p.m
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For the cause that lacks assista
Gainst the wrongs that
For the future the d

CEMBER 19, 1952

FRIDAY, 31

ESTABLISHED 1895

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100 m.p.h. Hurricane Takes & Lives:

Scores Injured In North Britain

More Blizzards And
Gale Force Winds
Likely To Hit U.K.

Weather Delays “United States”

LONDON, Dee.
feared dead in
hurrieane which lashed across Northern Britain at





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Mr. G. H. Adams Talked
About Ministerial
Status For Barbados

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SEAWELL, Dec. 18: Mr.

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CG. H. Adams,
Assembly,

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aiter his arrival by T.C.A. this morning from Molasses
speeds over 100 miles per hour in some of the Canada, that while attending the Finance Ministers oars Danan teelons ance
worst recorded weather in Britain’s history. Conference in London, he had many talks at the | ana ——— predicted a new , roa es ae me one
ie : . Be jotnn ; . ; she strain in Ss Yugoslav rel Ning, Pre ‘nt of the a r
Scores more were WLjure d hy stones and _ slates Colonial Office with Officials and Government tions in the wake of Mar hal Tito’ | Commerce, and nember of
torn from roofs by gusts of wind which raged regarding the question of Ministerial Status for ]abrupt diplomatic break with the! be three-w Fancy Molasses
m Mieahtie tina ; ext f snow : “ | Vatican | on to Canada and the U.S.A.,
down from the Aretie Cirele in a tempest of sn \ Barbados, | Monsignor Thomas J, MeCarthy id shortly after arriving at Sea-
and sleet. ; He added that “nothing Jot whe Nations) Catholic Welfare | yell by T.C.A. this morning that
oles : : ; | 1} ret been decided,” the {Conference charged that Yugo ‘ere is no doubt that Canada
The average speed of the | jas yet been decided, © | slavia is no different from Ru
it , . : a is t ym Russia | will y Barbados Fancy Molasses
Si Thi wind was 81 miles per hour U. S. Make Bid secvciavy of State for the]in its “ruthless attempt to de ee ados Fancy Molasste
f cr ONNaAS the highest on record. The ‘ Colonies having his hands |stroy orgenized veligion Mr. King was accompanied by
; : storn noved southward | T Ay id full of work in Kenya. He} Diplomats said the move was Me HA) Oo. 2 Ss % Mr
T ke ; Over d i hs at) a n 1 bottled O AVOL al to put off an sooth jcertain to fan opposition to the ad) jy 5. Nj vised th ata see neal
a Cs during the night anc | pss an ¢ ” |ministration’s policy of limited co it Tae hs i *
up shipping in the Irish sea Failure }ment with the secretary Of]operation with Tito in the inter oy ee J ae aaa
N Le and English Channel. MR. M. E. COX, M.C.P,, Mr. G. H. Adams, Q.C., C.M.G. (leader of the eee 7 State on three or four occa- ests of European defence. But the ; oa th, ‘y SA eakbtie tia ee
Cw ‘ ege The 53.000-ton United House of Assembly) and Dr. H, G. Cummins, M.C.P., are here seen leav sions. Sir Hugh Foot, Gov- State Department remained silent ve . : sete . en € a 7 =
s } Nort} Atlantic’ ing Government House yesterday morning after attending a meeting of PARIS, Dec, 18 ernor of Jamaiec was also oe ep ar o fale in n b . the Axel t > f ahi E
Sir Thomas W. J. Taylor tor-|" eates, che Oren iz antl€S! the Governor-in-Executive Committee. Mr, Adams arrived yesterday The United States in a final : VaTAIea, aS au view of the explosive diplomatic can Serta a ques Te of ship-
mer Principal of the University | fastest ship left 20 hours | morning from London via Canada. effort to save the Atlantic Pact} there. and he too had to put Jand acneeey religious overtone: Pe vue one ee + oe
College e the West Indies, Mate for New : York avers 7 onference here from complete}Off his appointments With | ny ee bea pointer a vs str, dl thet thee thd
zi Ps -: . sa ‘ | ‘Car sald 2y, , ‘ , g sak tha 1ey
arrived at Exeter last week-end | wind: blew her against ie : eat eouapt: ang ‘0 Fe sat Lyttelton. |Roman Catholies could be expect fairl uccessful trip, but a
to take up his new’ duties as | Southampton docks’ yester-| i ea e ome ess aie ain ae i Mr. Adams said that there wa8leq to react -strongly, He sai trenuous one
Prinvipal 6 ihe University Col- aaa | Me s 000 base building programine as} ‘never any necessity for the Co-|Pjto's action was not only an at
lege of the South-West. . "hee , winds. were. re ogrde d at . pe od iene” pisenhowes lonial advisers to speak at the/tack on the Roman Catholic church .
as | 111 MPH at Cranwell, Lincoln- AN 2 But with North Atlantic Treaty} cane Talks. The Secretary of} but was a ne w insult to catholic
On arrival, Sir Thomas, who . ; ‘ es £ . ay | State, who under the International) Breaking of relations between |
was accompanied by Lady Taylor nit re eho a Live rage ne ; eo wa m aa roe Thal Rules, must represent the Colonial|the Vatican and the Yugo: Lu N. Political
" " ? ate co MP at tornaway in No ast day, it appearec at Me » t . f+ c > tove ent it t ict the
jowe puis oe a age tee oa ern Se ids Deore: wiersuans ROME, Dec. 18 out-going U.S. delegation wa sae nythtar 4k Sala atria its Axehblahe | A i
on a s char- ME . ; : put any s the ‘ | ves J p 0
a" ’ : instrume were blown flat. : s fighting a losing battle against # Oe a es , le 7 Saab A i > . H t
ter. This would raise it to full More blizzards and gale force Snow, hail and icy rains driven by gale force winds European nations, fearful of their West Indies yony strongly, one | eee * wares. rae} ‘ a viser ur
university status, 7 & 5 rs co : ressive cs a au ; reminded the Conference how any] Stepinac wi officially becon
: j winds were foreca The troop-| whipped the Italian harbour for the second successive day economies, but seemingly un-! Gocision taken on this or that|Cardinal at the moment the Cor
He had succeeded in obtain emt Seseek, eae ase mo,| teday. The death toll was only four, but 3,000 persons vamninde ot Bon ae matter might affect the West |sistory is held in Rome a spokes- | Keine phe skier ait
: secede : home fr Corea, was forced te ; eCORa Dartoulerly ay | Warnings of Soviet strength : an of the Apostolic » Julius Katz-Suchy, “chief politi-
ing a Boys) charter for ae Uni- |) thé Jen oF the. Welsh were homeless in flooded regions particularly between] y.5 “Hefence Secretary Robert Uncles, - P ae Ms ie Bisa ur cal adviser to the Polish Saiaan
versity College of the West In- . 1 ; R > and Naples A. Lovett took ir ste Mr. AGAMS saic rere “ha ‘ ay ambi : 5 A > Whi Bt ena aaes
; coast mn Liverpool and wait out rome and Naples. é s0VE ook a dramatic step on Ino “ed to receive the insignia | tion to the United Nations was
dies, ae remarked, “so I know pei rhs } Pp The isle of Capri and neigh-|the $425,000,000 NATO air and oak a aura. ey the part pes Aen Hi UP. . , injured seriously today in an auto-
something of the procedure.” | 3 trage k ac k i Ischia and Proida off the |supply construction programm o re Colonia Ice to SHOW mobile accident, His ec ani
The worst tragedy took place ~ e ,0uriIng ischia anc D pr ‘ ‘ } gz nme { acel 1 1 companion
‘ : - a he ‘ . vi 5 . squeste ‘ . andalca & the colonies that with the Inter- —— Sophia Artymokska, 29. w ;
. ' at Beeston, Nottinghamshire when of? t E | ~ | Bay of Naples were still isolate: requested by the Alliance's Su-} a . | a phia Artymokska, 29, was also
ane aoe said he ae goon five aad went over the River u mp 1asis | with water supplies déngeroms! preme Commander General Mat. | oe maser A af hee NEW CARDINAL, } fet when Katz-Suchy’s auto~
gt the Univenmity.College gt ay bore + the dark. 'P are low and electricity cut off Tarfthew B. Ridgway as the ‘“rock- jon, they will give the Colonial | . ohite sttuck a support post on a
South-West°had a large number ee a ee aa ae On ualit 99 lack af fuak. ttc: niin” representatives thelr own views | BELIEVED DYING ridue. It is bélleved that Katz-
of overseas students. It was im-| 70° Nr ed drowned. A 48-year ae Water and fuel must be brought} Mr, Lovett, said that the U.S., on such matters as sugar, bana-| VENICE, Italy, Dec. 18 suchy was driving ;
portant, he stressed, that the ON tee : + ‘ ‘ - ah 7 sged| would pay 40 per cent. of the nas and so on, } Monsignor Carlo Agostini 64 Both were taken to hospital.
coleman ~ had Ronerty trained | Old bricklayer was killed at Mat- | in by tankers, One ship managed 1958 share-the-cost programm | At the opening of the Confer-|Patriarch of Venice who was Katz-Suchy suffered a possible
iY io tt tins av sail + : lock by a brick wall which topple¢c T v to reach Capri Jast night from aa sftort { » shock ee ninisterial |.enge N Re a < ) - sited by |Scheduled to receive the Cardi- cull fracture and cuts ind are re-
Ae eae Nv was up fo FNM) in the storm and crashed the NA’ TO Tells Chiefs Naples but had to return imme- Ralighaues st ante seating et Cien Basteant. trcveaews aan nal’s hat from -Pope Pius XII ported in a critical condition.
» help them, tbin he was shelterir n ; diately because pounding seas nee UP. ac~} 7 ae eevee a cote in pro-|Pext month suffered a heart at tymowska uffered possible
Gl 1 A seaman On a tanker in the PARIS, Dec. 18. kept it from remaining in the | haus for halt a d y the Nigerian | tack and ha been given the ne ion and multiple cuts.
F tac 5 River near Liverpoo North Atlantic Treaty Council} jittle harbour. All major rivers Min ter roy. a Senin nd Church's last _ rites Mon The accident occurred early to-
wa wept overboard, and af ordered military chiefs to-day to] from north to south were at the tt ae 4 the Conf are the ‘yo. | Agostini became seriously ill ear la [t followed repeated charges
And he was glad of the ppo -| nearby Warrington} set 1953 target goals for western] food stage. The Tiber river which Bank Holiday ey ae. Y i ; _ hat a (M Hier in December-—U.P. civic orgamizauons that U.N
tunity of continuing to vork | ed when the gablef European defense by February 28] ysyally runs through Rome far mainder of the time ae Ts officials drove at high speeds and
with and to help those dents } a roof fell on her. Affand to emphasize quality over Leis street level had risen 32 The Governor-in-Execu Ito the ) understood Fis, + oat Up Serene einen vere not subject to the city’s
fr verseas ‘ . nec »f quantity. Targets set will be ¢,. ioe a yintva bah tive Committee has declared o the Government o vat colony | > aie ¢ , ramfie lav because of diplomatic
{ ra o € fs iio ied ae £ rh a rete a Eons sea wd 1953 pro- el : ~ —_ ao a f 1 Baturday the Bith-of De to send whomsoever they liked COMMUNIST LEADER a ae ’ I
lat called it 1en her trailer home scussed oe en feet below the tops of th é i mn ' Settee : ; e ; 1
ents of the University College of| was toppled by the wind andJ8ramme approved at a NATO| <>. coment retaining wall cember, 1952, to be a bank ind that the A Ee ae ; gout 1 VAY BL EXPELLED a —U.P.
the South-West had sent a caught fire in Northern Ireland. Council meeting held here as | holiday under the provi- hi ent 9 politicia ley 1OV PARIS, Dec. 18
donation to help students of the ah we t storm casualty was af @atly as possible | A ‘ R sion i pea 3 3 the wer ne . to pr ee’ | Official Communist organ Eh
University College f the West! A prin aat Teg on a pal ae a 5 : i ik olidays Act 905, a | Mr. Adams saic 1a 1e Con | mat te said nbs digiieann baa
fatty who suffer d Aas in last} } , 9 . I ie ri aes ies a an af : Ministers of 14 NATO coun-| mericans for amended by the Bank Holi | ference was on a “very high level” Tasty . le ean ae 7 "i ere >)
year’s mars ne in jamal i 3 lee ce: Di a te ae ; z tries speerven. & a aero French Ar y da (Amendment) Act, nd there nothing more he} |siders him unworthy f th :Y eh e
eee mcee 2 he eee racks JAS1€ ne ire. porating two basic points: firstly { 7 1946, could add to what hnad appeared | i 0 1@ pal
> .— ae n - nicht. | train ran over before the 50 divisions and 4,000 | reg Nee and indicated that his expulsior S ra
ie q Tae ag wee ee Che wir ble vo firemen offf war planes which the Supreme} PARIS. Dec. 18 _ ome poe Sint i fe [oe a matter of a few da The Shopping Days
or me. Wom Be Cotteae ion 30-foot ladder in Preston andj Commander, General Matthew The French National Assembly iid Meteo pane | a os 4 errs ara eaina the motion of i y
a hla dey Rk z ,, | overturned horse and wagon inj B. Ridgway has at his disposal, yoted last night to draft into K ‘ I : esx . 7 np rAeS ~jthe ce 0 which uty belong 2 ao 8s
oie West InGies, ro RUST ESEIRS Manchester Street In Blackpool}are expanded greatly, their effi-| france’s army Americans-of con- orean 5 ue j pated es including the and Which alone can expel yeyore Ama
Jamaica by Mr. W,; W. Grave : P = " a Eee x : " ' i 7 Chancellor of the Exchequer lo | member U.P.
A ‘alone, 50 persons were treated for}ciency and equipment should be scription age who have’ been liv- ™~ ° e \ illustrate the amount f th ht
ja is |gale injuries.—U.P. improved. Secondly the cost of|jng here more than a year either i ats P t | Hustra e amount o rought x
L.E.S. i maintaining forces now under\in one stay or.on t Maite 7 rior y j and diligent work which was put fi
~ _ arm is rising continually and The draft age in France is 18} | into the drafting of the final com
some countries will need finan-}- 95 years ; NEW YORK, Dec. 18. | Beating’ ae Acard sais that, fe
\ i TAK ip cial aid or indirect help to get} The Assembly passed the bill] President - Elect Kisenhower| Prafting Committee after a fu
1 HEY RREAK t i - - 7 - the full use from their armed] without debate—-C.P drove ahead with hls deeds-not- gay pe to « ih re Ea:
forces. | words Korean war policy after) "¢€r 4nd continued until 1,30 in the
FT } , :
“Quality over quantity” decis- conferring with General Mac-| Morning
jion was set forth in policy guid~| REOPEN FACTORY Arthur. Mr, Eisenhower hag put} When the draft came before the
lance resolution which the United! TOKYO, Dec, 18 the Korean conflict at the top of; Full Committee, they spent the
| States delegates fought. They| Mitsubishi heavy industries,}his work list, j whole of last Wednesday until 8 e
j}urged European allies to BCCEDS | manufacturers of Japan's zero] He now has been briefed by| (clock in the evening before the ® e
the view that NATO Military! fighter plane during World War II|the chief Korean experts and} fina! Release was accepted. Vii
Commanders are still desperately | opened its first postwar aireraft}ridden by jeep and hiked over Hu
rer of igs eg nee 1053 a jfactory Thursday. The plant will]the terrain with General Omar LH
t was intended to s 9€-) begin operations by repairing|Bradley, Chairman of the U.S. i. ry ‘
fense tal gets si hs eee | American aircraft. Eventually it}Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Charles | Fears For Germaut e Dry v ermouth
| But me countries gave reports! il] be able to manufacture com-]|E. Wilson new Defence Secretary. | e r
@ On ‘Page 5. plete airplanes.—U.P. —ur. , Argentine Trade
, HAMBURG, Dec. 18.
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7 - ome AND RU N AW AY » The German South American
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| bank expressed fears that Ger-
Barter Goods }man-Argentine trade might run
into payment difficulties,
COLOMBO, Dec. 18 The bank report said trad
Ceylonese authoritic reported | between the two nations was ham.

pered by the Argentina's limited
exports capabilities following the
bad harvest of the 1951-52 seas

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Dutch Cities Vote
For Unified Europe

DELFT, Holland, Dec.
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Communist China will sell Ce
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considerably
market

Bagasse Overrated:

A Costly Problem |

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| Europe, complete returns of a
mock vote showed. In Delft a town
| between the Hague and Rotterdam
ithe turnout 29,118 or 74.5 per
ent of the For a Unit-
ed Europe
Against, 1,547, Invalid ballot 403
In Bolsward 96 per cent voted for
a United Europe

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Bus Accident

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BAGASSE is overrated as a potential raw material | Trent on Thursday night. At least
in the manufacture of newsprint, Mr. George Underhay, | four persons were killed, and it i
} f } e d there wou , re . 4
direc of development research for Bowaters, the bis . Pa though it is aaa vat ROK Admiral In Us

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for paper to the Royal Society of Arts in London ne bu AS BBEE FWO WERE Top Navs ‘Officer. } oe
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World UPI ie a pa er, ed i Satan Ah aa : i publ of Korea arrived in Anna- jf
essen lly on we yd, ere { e _- the ae : polis on Thursday morning
ing, Mr Underh aid m f: 7 SCHOOL, is over for the next to of the United Stat
Shae ean a a ng ext an ate Is four weeks for the boys and Acaden t.0.K. Naval Com
staten t , ¢ £3 . , girls. Top left is a scene from de e Admiral Sohn Wo:
i th erna j Queen's College when they gieeted by Ad al Tur
€ entl in ré ip broke up yesterday. Bottom Acade iperintende J
i vc} ~ een boys from Harrison Sohn a c i friends } ng
vould ¢ r j ed leve College as they dashed throug ted vet} when Jc 1
asi t reme er : Sea the doorway of the Hall when le i the United Nations naval
+P i ae : Cel school closed for the Christ lé he Far East from. the
nd t usse could « - Mu mas Holiday + ¢ + oa
iseful l ) ippl ‘ he Korean war
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE > I R IDAY DECEMBER 19, 1952



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{ FRIDAY, DECEMBER ' r “ +
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Caribbean | =| OVEN FRESH
Da Se ce ar T
H FAR vin 4.3 k Cc €
Ve A Last sone In 1949 saar Raffle ae Re nee a tn 4 Y
) tor of. t : ; L A series 32 half-hour films :- :
eD 1 Mr. } ; - M® R a Barbadian’ who "WHE raffle run by Mrs. Sidney] POR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 19% | 51) to be made in the West Indies.|—" — *™* 20M 40.519
ater ot a has my living in Bermu Connell at the Annual Bazaar Look the sectio: n which yqur|is planned by ewly-fo 6« Merct
bh for the past 27 years is back fc id of the Old Ladies Home has | birthday comes and find what out-| Caribbean Picture Corpor ' p $ ;
’ s ; two months’ holiday which ke is been won by Mrs. Jack Wilkinson |'°” according to the stars Partners in the enterpris ve Hom I i
rhe gone t ttend 1 aps ng with his aunt, Mrs,"Helen and Mrs, Maud Jones. Mrs, Wil-] MArcH 21 to APRIL % (Aries) ~|Robert Newtony fhe Briti = — 20 132M 40.710
rT ee-taw? Ctaetats R P of Beckles Road. He ar- kinson won the first prize, a watoh,} Friendly day for most especially] and Raoul Wal e He - : F % ‘ comhibeesiniiilions
Sattind hte sett Dili stare ve T.C.A. yesterday. ind the second prize, a pair of | gaicnte mothers ve, on airs. director we tian D
@ueen’s Pack Savannah, Port Mr. Lee is with the Public book ends went to Mrs. Jones. [special caution, ohecking lg The films will be f ao i auitas ean a ae
Spain 7 ' W rks Department in Bermuda Iatransit Nail Ok ia. shaw ts creeenat eae mark or tel ey ieee 945 Orga "Re W t k th t it t . h
The Gr R ie was last here in 1949. NTRANSIT from Canada yes-] and the Moon augur for a happy | ms in the U State s ly aene moo z ma. an Ni Be 0 o e axe is opportunity Oo wis
nx * yreen Koom : Chrisiesns iHetideve terday morning by TCA. fot | jnances, other investwente Py ee Ph aha of | Awhile, 10.90 “
“NIGHT at 6.30 TH 5 J 7 . Trinid: weMr. ¢ - G.8. 1, pla role of Le °
Sian ition os SPENDING the Christmas hoti- {T'nidad were Mr. and Mrs.G. 8) way oy te JUNE 21 (Geminy Juha in & pertations ax atl our many Customers and Friends
3A ‘ v RS ‘ eet ; Sade, rant. eel & : y a < at . |
ig their ‘Green Room aad 7 ioe — a solar Mr. Grant is a brother of Messrs. > be Splendid spect. Finesse, ark sq} Blackbeard the Pirate ee rae 2
St. Michael. which will be 4 - . a ey ous " Jack and Rolfe Grant and Sefence | t"» kod workmanship boosted. Aim} Charles Laught inothea Pa
dos Players’ first home Se ene oo" Master at Upper Canada College. gale sgpalence a Hollywood star bound for the West L A eC 2 Ch ° t
rhe Police Band will be on | St George and Birs c em ang She He said that he had been residing} 4UN& % tw JULY Camectie-tt Indies. He is said to be completely } } ons rispy ris mas.
to make the evening go witl arrives yesterday morning from j,, Canada sin 915 d yo~ {high hopes, purposet nig exhausted as a result of his stage}
ee Canada by T.C.A. where she is on nee ONG WSS £0° 4 prides s ; | gE ot
swing and over 200 people th :* staff f the R iV ng to Trinidad to spend three and vo: k in “Don Juan Britatr
expected. tee . Hospital o ie Royal Vic weeks’ holiday with his relatives. }ous gat America and by eral film i os
The idea behind the ‘Gre — , , . ae ‘ n between, He has refused : i v as ial 4
Room’ is to have a headquart: : : spimnarens Home For Christmas Dee that Sn oi tenders hat out offer to do his famous Bible read- as THE WEST INDIA. BISCUIT CO. LTD.
for members, and as refreshment M*" CHARLAE PETERKIN wa: ‘PL. E. LAWRENCE WEATH-<|ure belpful for all endeavour u you ings on television at Christmat a7 oa
are being sold at almost cost, it § oe the sag teaving ERHEAD of the Royal Leices= eee se eee eee atueee (and will instead spend Christm
will be cheaper than, entertaini: or TENGRS yesterday by ire Regiment, stationed at . ‘iresting in Jamaica.—B.t ss
4 home B.W.1.A. He has gone over for the Bermuda as an Instructor with the Pre GUET 28 te SEPTE | Ber TT | ie Fr
Where else can you get a 1a ae nee see will be British Troops, returned homed sccm. bookkeeper Faithful Kiss |
rum for 10 cents? os Geety Se 7 sterday morning by T.C.A. te uneng twp hon ‘ Ss: Across we nd tl ral bli
- : : 3 _ ’ , c 1e general public
At the present time is Pianist pend a holiday with his relatives. id planetary day, Aim high ‘ a 1. Understood, the eari dies. (8) ‘ ; LTms xo wit t be opened on
; , ~ _— : ’ ; . ! 7. Lasting quality under cane. (9 x m —
going to be open every Wed M*s ERNEST PAYNE, the He is staying with his aunt, Miss] sePTEMBBER % to OCTOBER %)| Aga Kian Ss Feet 10. One lump of truit. (4). ' SATURI DECEMBER
and Frids yut I understi forme Miss 7 mds, ( ; bin Maxwe ‘hrist ¢ (ibra)—Similar indications as Taurus 13. This ostrich calls for help? (3)
and Priday, | indet or es ner iss Muriel Hin E. Rub of Maxwell, Christ now. Don't be extravagant with ener- | : ) é 32 Needed on cheque changes. (8)
this will be extended a he ell-known pianist, returned to Church, fies nor carcless in investments, With | . : 13. Domesticated service types? (3) | © P ss )-
ponse demands it Barbados yesterday morning by An old Combermerian and al sensible handling of schedule, you ca fons Pine a ae 16. Eeho so that you can select. (6) | ur est Wishes for the Season
N.B. GRBEN ROOM:— accom- T.C.A, from Canada where she had former member of the Barbados ,#"" 5 *: ae 1 hy ep 7 atlas 90 1 ie b 36: Quaterways (4) " | TO ALL
modating actors & actresses when been residing for the past three Battalion South Caribbean Forces, oeronen 1 NOVEMBER 2 (Seer? oc ack to. Pp a .. i. Serve im another formation, (5) | ee
off stage—-O.E.D years Lawrence left here. in 1949 and|pio—No delay getting started this fing |COW-back to reach civilisation | a. Them is ef 2. (3)
age»-O.E. ars. a one ore o)—No delay ge sta ! |
Her husbé i ce 4 4 , * day! An evenly allocated programme, | vetore continuing his voyage by =. We came together though | Established
Od . Me 4 CA er husband who is a son of Dr. went up to England where he join- plus concentrated effort, will give vou! truck apd plane to visit the re- broke a date. (6) | Ista e -
iperations Manager, 0.C. nd Mrs. C. A. Payne of Country ed the Royal Leicestershire Regi-| sound returns figious Yohane t his v a here ' Down i 1860 Incorporated
Ro 1" t g > . 2 his an a This ) ZOEBUCK STREET SAZIN ;
R. AND MRS. B. A. BAN ei eos eee Manning nt SES, UO) lp, Ootee toes OF Fl NOVEMBER % to DECPMBER fhe Amir of Olinza accompan- } - Fite 30 She sos AP) ae. e 10 and 11 ROEBUCK STREET & MAGAZINE LANE.
M , ap _ A, Bu the University of British Colum- training, he was Instructor at the} (sagittari Supite positon lied by his wife and brother were} @ Lactd when minus Lou. (8) }
P: t wa he I at me bia ° Midland Brigade Depot in War- J stress patience snd extra | met h ne Ag » Khi n at the au = bie T aarcesmn “ie ere |
uerto ico by . A, yestera Danes > ‘ a ta w ' on - 7 a a 1 ers conduct management of)' 7% feet mes . . a J —— es a —
ay ee are eer Pepy’s Punch Returns — wick and was transferred to Ber- Fin eens. “But day is. benefic, op | port his black Rolls Royce.| 6. Under the French steamer ? | . - =
after a Ghort visit here as guc muda in April this vear | | @ Place for the nude. (4) | Big Xma Action “BIG JIM McLAIN" John W
t the Ocean View Hotel MoM London correspondent tells UC 12 April this vear. | whole |They immediately threw them-}| 9° galt down. fifty-fifty in a cop ' iis i to Sun. 7 mune
a é ; ° i & | o Sun o
Mr, Ransom is Acting Opera- that a 300-year-old drink, - Continuing Trip P DECEMBER 3% to JANUARY 21 (Cap- | delves at his feet and kissea his] |. 2) om Serer Cone | ee Ss Sa). Dot Mae oe
tions Manager of T.C.A known as Pepys’ Punch, is being EAVING on Wednesday for St. | ricorn) More } where skill ix| shoes several times. - ns- ‘bandied py the @.C i 445 | APRICAN j oA Py By Mesad i
erved again this Christmas by Lucia to continue their holi- ane Da Sar *! The three faithful w live not Siwa (4) 4 | : Jor are ee DOLI pws
; ; ee a te Bidaah a : ; er . | Russe effiel¢ A
30 Years Ago an ancient London tavern the day trip through the islands be- yb ' the tiny and remote Pakistan | . cue Browct the broken. Venoit % ‘ | OMBA plus
R. G H. ANDERSON. Vice- famous Old Cook Tavern in Fleet fore going on to the U.S.A., were * ibaieis gue? M President of Avic Corpora- Street. Served steaming hot from Mr. and Mrs, W. K. Scheibe for- cd acai YS carla for you |ayan foothills, were taker : «., “Growenanse: Sp uae. is. e Scott | James Olive Get Waelati ia
tion, Vancouver, B.C., who was @ Silver punchbowl, the first glass erly of Minneapolis, Minnesota] wiry will attend im | Aga’s home where he is currently 4 a9 ane: 18, Motor: 30. Clai la, | BRENT BRADY | UP WOOD's a
last here 30 years ago, is back for Was sampled by Sir Rupert De La and new residing in Bolivia. and not be s.detr rf 1 Rooney ing all Princes and Govern : 4 Shor we pe 4% ya 3 “alee Lope oe ; NC a ee ice ane WOMAN
about three weeks’ holiday. He Bere, Lord Mayor of London Mr. Scheibe who has been in}!¥s ™ on Pe ors of his vast religious kingdom 4: Seretche Oi a es | eo | Kirby GRANT 4 ay MARA pl
arrived yesterday morning by He found it good, containing Bolivia for the past 18 years is aN) penmUAGY 2 to MARCH 9 (Pisces) eR orro: 19. Omit. 21. Area: 22. P | & 1.30 oe SAN ANTONE
[.C.A. accompanied by his wiie Plenty of West Indian rum, and eee Hochschild Minin Be 4 ny Sanita necttal Yeu oh R HE a ee N ALIAS “the CHAME | Bene’ SR
and son Michael and is a guest at Urged that it should be re-intro- enon seer” be enee COM Jeither finish incompleted matters or stort upert and the Butter flies 19 | a «ian GEORG! Midnite Spe
the Colony Club duced in England. pany. They were in Barbados for new. undertak.ngs, perhaps both, Ce | | ce aa 0 nuldnite Soepial
: ; the past four days as guests atypending upon your schedule | j P PAYS vf eunee. s
re derson said that there is T : | HIDEOUT | Mt
Baile ane in V anc aie ernne three Months the Ocean View Hotel. YOU BORN TODAY: Direct. chee ut, | | \ = Speoal Sat _BUFF ant I KEL RONG
Mav havi Dae an good wintes OLIDAYING in Barbadws fox Before coming here, Mr. and |enterprising, very intulttve | S 3 YOUR : A) ) novuGH RipERes af
50 far. Business conditions are three months are Mr. and Mrs Scheibe Visited Trinidad, Seolined to bath Le tient = | DOWN eixora FR CHEYENNE
very good and they had just Mrs. H. E. Burvill from England. Mee and Grenada. _ whe are undete noah sce 4 WAY Sunset CARSON
finished a very successful year. They arrived yesterday morning echanical Supervisor pies care danaisig | Sax health. | BRIDGETOWN BARBAREES OISTIN
. ; ~ nn anyt oo vo. |
The whole province seemed to be PY T.C.A. via Montreal and are R. AND MRS. R. G. CARMAN | pirtndate: Albert A. Michelson, a | } Dial 2810 Dial 5170 Dial 8404
going ahead. Incomes were higher, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C, L. of Venezuela, returned home | scientist; Edw, M. Stanton, statesmar j ee

but the cost of living was not
lower.

any

‘ourth Visit
AYING his fourth visit to Bar-
bados #s Mr, C. H. Pocock,
President of London Concrete
Machinery Co., Litd. of London,
Canada. He arrived yesterday
morning by T.C.A, accompanied

by his wife and will be here for
four weeks’ holiday as a guest at
the Marine Hotel.
Happy Birthday
ONGRATULATIONS to Miss

Eileen Sands of Upper Colly-
more Rock, and Mrs. Frank Hinds
of Kew Road, who celebrate their
birthdays to-day.

Davis of Walkers, St. George
Mrs. Burvill, a Barbadian, is a
sister of Mr. Davis and has been
living in England since 1946. Her
husband who was here eight years

ago is an engineer at Ashford
Hospital.
TAC.A. Personnel
HREE ~—T.C.A, personnel who

arrived yesterday morning
will be remaining in Barbados un-
til Tuesday when they leave by
the next T.C.A, flight for Canada.
They are Miss Sybil Karr, hostess,
Mr. Philip Arnsby, purser and
steward and Mr. Gerald Chesley,
navigator, who are all stationed at
Montreal,
While here, they are guests
the Ocean View Hotel.

at

over the week-end by B.W.LA.,
after spending a holiday as guests
at Paradise Beach Club,

Mr. Carman a mechanicai
supervisor with the Creole Petrol-
eum Corporation in Caracas.

Brethers

M* JAMES VANDENBERGH,

student of tobacco of God-
frey Phillips Ltd, of London, Eng-
land, and his brother Richard a
student at McGill University are
in Barbados to spend a holiday
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Vandenbergh of ‘The
Folly, St. James,

Richard who is doing a four-
year course at McGill will be here
for three weeks while his brother
will be remaining for six weeks

is

B.G. Barrister Achieves Fameas Singer

BROADCASTS FOLK SONGS

LONDON.







ers in Britain. In that programme,
One of the finest singers to Mr. Grant sang eight delightful
reach Britain from British Guiana Caribbean folk-songs. He began
is Cy Grant, rapidly making a with one from British Guiana,
name for himself by broadcasts “Martha” (Tell me where you get
ind music-hall appearances in that money from).
Britain. “Tt heard a young man sing it
Cy Grant, ,once a magistrate’s late at night and this lament, sung
clerk in British Guiana, gave up to his true love, a girl of the
his job to join the R.A.F. and was s , has haunted me _ ever
a prisoner of war of the Germans since.” he said.
for two years, After the war, he Then he sang one of his favour
tudied law in England, duly ite Trinidadian’ calypsos, telling
ualified as a barrister-at-law the story of a police raid on a
ind then decided to become 1 religious meeting in a street when
singer. the singer makes off with the col-
A tall, handsome young man lection money in the confusion of
with sparkling eyes and an eDor- the raid
mous personality, Mr. Grant ac-
companies himself on a guitar in He sang a sad song from the
the style of ballad-singing that is mining districts, deep in the in-
becoming so popular throughout terior of British Guiana, where
Britain. Although his musie-hall communications are difficult and
and cabaret act is necesrarily made mail infrequent. It was the song of
up of popular numbers, he always 4 gold and diamond mine who
manages to include at least one ef was prepared to give a piece of
the traditional songs he learned gold to the fimder of a letter trom
as a boy in British Guiana his girl, whieh he had lost
Perhaps hts greatest achievement ‘Guiana is called ‘Land of
vo far has been a full 25-minute Waters’, continued Mr. Grant,
yhow on the B.B.C. Third Pro- “and until recently the rivers were
sramme, which is reserved exclu- the only highways into the in-
sively for the very small propor- teriot The salty flavour of old
tion of “high-brow” radio listen- English sea shanties is evident in





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ohne of them a strange
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river songs,
mixture of

song, heard in Berbice.
Then came another of his fav-
ourite calypsos, telling “a some-}

what ridiculous story of an eccen-
trie priest who és caught trying
to baptise a ram goat in a man-
grove.” He followed this with part
of a shango ritual, still heard in
Trinidad.

His last two songs were given
to him by Miss Louise Bennett,
the Jamaican folk-singer. One of}
them was “Water come a me eye,”
a sad little ballad composed by
Miss Bennett herself. The other |
was a banana loading song, in |
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been working all night welcomed
daybreak and the thought of being |
able to go home to bed. |

There are few artistes from
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colony of West Indian theatrical}
folk in London. Mr, Grant is one}
who will do a great deal to}

enhance the reputation of West |
Indian music and culture al
whole among Britons, who still}
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19,



Modern High School Hold Speech

Principal And Staff
Are Doing Good Job

—JUDGE

Guest speaker at the Modern High School prize day yes-
terday, Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery, congratulated the
Principal, Mr. Louis Lynch, and staff of the school “on the
splendid work they are doing for the good of this little island

1952

CHENERY

of Barbados which is so dear to all of us.”

The prize day was held at the
Globe theatre -vhich was packed
to capacity with children, parents
guardians and_ friends. Extra
chairs had to be used to accom-
modate the large number of peo-
ple.

The pupils of the fifth form
staged scenes from Shakespeare's
“Twelfth Night” arc Mr. Chenery
in his speech remarked, “It is ex-
tremely gratifying to see a school
which has only recently started! is
fn a position to put on a pro-
duction such as we have wit-
nessed. They deserve the most
hearty congratulations for the en-
tertainment they have provided.”

The Play was produced and
directed by the headmaster. Mrs.
Lynch took charge of costumes
and Miss Barrow, make-up. The
cast was Eudene Arthur as Olivia,
Aurie Clarke as Viola, Joan Seale
as Maria, Ronald Thompson as
Orsino, Ethelbert Thompson as
Sir Toby, Kenneth Walrond as
Antonio, Rufus Lavine as Sir
Andrew, Harold Chandler as
Sebastian, Stephen Lynton—and
Anthony Mason as first and sec-
ond officer respectively, Stephen
Lynton as_ Valentine, Grant
Proverbs as Malvolio, Keith Cor-
bin as Priest, Louis Burke as
Feste, Lydston Bailey as Fabian
and Diana Humphrey as Olivia’s
attendant. Anthony Mason also
acted as Curio,

Outstanding

Rufus Lavine as Sir Andrew
and Louis Burke as Feste gave
outstanding performances.
Lavine’s gestures admirably gave
life to his words and he showed
that he had got into the spirit of
the play and his part. Louis Burke
gave an entertaining perform-
ance. He played his part so well
that one was apt to take him fo
a girl.

After Mr. Chenery had finished
speaking Mr. Ward, senior maste1
of the school, moved a vote of
thanks.

Mr. Chenery said that it was
a very great privilege for him to
be asked to attend and distribute
the prizes and certificates to the
successful winners who had done
So well in the examinations which
had been conducted during the
past two years.

He congratulated those. who
had won certificates and prizes
and said, “To those who in
spite of their endeavours failed
to achieve a prize, I will advise
and exhort them to continue their
efforts and endeavours because
the mere winning of a prize is
not the greatest achievement. The
striving for a prize is something
more worthwhile. Striving is what
will build up the characters of
pupils and youngsters to face the
stern battles which are sure to
confront them when they have
their life work before them.”

He said that it was in the effort
made during such formative years
that the future citizens of Bar-
bados would result and he could
not too strenuously impress upon
both past and present pupils of
the school, that it was up to them
to assist the headmaster and his
zealous staff in the good work
which they had undertaken under
auspicies which he hoped were
nothing other than splendid.

“The carrying on of a school
is an undertaking that demands
the highest of human effort and





endeavour”, he said “and
headmaster and his staff rely on of

the whole-hearted support
will and co-operation,



of the pupils of the schools,
also of parents and guardians
to assist them in their tremendous

undertaking.
Congratulations

“I wish to congratulate
Lynch and his staff on the splen-
did work they are doing for the
good of this little island of Bar-

bados which is so dear to

us. I am sure he has the
stinted support and admiration of

the whole island in the

which is increasing and which as

nereases calls for greater
and exertion on his part.
I am sure from the high

tion he has already established
that he will not fail or falter

the days that lie ahead.”

Mr. Chenery said he had
joyed the performance of Tweifth
Night. The pupils deserved
most hearty congratulations
nn excellent entertainment.

that connection he had to

sincere thanks to those members
of the staff who must have given
much of their time and trouble
to ensure that the production
would be a success as undoubted-

it had been,

Such a _ production tended
widen interest, and the cultural
udvancement which necessarily
followed from the participation of
such a performance of Twelfth
Night or anyother Shakespearean
production. Apart from the learn-

ing that might be derived

books, the artistic and cultural
value was bound to be of
estimable worth in broadening
the outlook of those who

taken part.

“It is extremely gratifying
ee that a school which has only

recently started on its way

a position to put on a production
uch as we have witnessed today.
It speaks for the interest which
the staff take in the school
pupils ga

for the interest that the
themselves take.”

He said it was usual at speech
days for people to indulge
theories of education and to take
the opportunity to expatiate
t should
the aim and object of education
either at the particular school or
in general. He, however, did
feel that on that particular occa-
sion there was any need for
to comment on the state of

whatever they thoug



eational theories which had

ed Barbados recently. Nor
he then concerned with whether
Science, Classics or technical edu-
cation was the best suited fo
pupils of the Modern or Barba-

dos in general.

Educational System

That did not mean that he had
not given thought to their educa-
tion system or the means
which it might be guided so that
it might best fulfil the purposes
for which public money was ex-
pended. Far from that, each and
every member of the community

had, and was bound to be

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endeavour and seeing whether
the theory and practice of educa-
tion in Barbados was in line with
the best modern developments all

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But as he-had said it w not NV i exa P

indulge in any
flown theory of that kind,
concerned

unmindful

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wherever

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school depended

during the past six years in feel
ing that this barque — if I may
metaphor—will be soon
seas which will be

here in these early

come when the school ,,
be continuing on its onward
growth look back
with pride and satisfaction in the
they were the back-
ground of a school which played
in the advancement,

Gentlemen,
great pleasure

nial Speech

has come for us £0 Watson. I may mention in passir
ran account of our steward- however that, strangely enough. 7,
examination successes neither of the two contractir





Oxford and Cambridge Due to the lack of playi
Ninety-four subject fields our incursions into the fiel

terms work, this short period be- haphazard and sporadic. We have

from a December to a table tennis in which we engaged
examination, having defeated Codrington Col Wal aeuieuehan ‘ all aad
952 y raine ne lege, Combermere and all ether te atmosphere oF wassa anc

1952) we gained on B conviviality associated with this |
candidate being de- A class
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S being ted experience considerable aifficulty and the team o n-
result v t v in ne tiating t x ford ind experic ed inioi who had
ure, to be re { nbridge Cre mu < tificate as per d ttle

kind of city e Xaminwedio yelcome or

have in t of this ft exarnunha ve










though he t cant for thé i : a

of the fact brethren rhe took t all in good
many of the pupils of that schoo! Old Scholars art however, and have obvious-
$ We are h y to have heard | rine much needed experi-
had to offer, He from old hol in various ence which will stand them in

the ails of the parts of the Their con- tead for next year
"y went, temporaries will be interested to [ am piea to be able to an-
he dignity, both hear that Clarke is now ince that we have been granted
a SC hool. in India, Artey ar nber of permissiar to use the Princess

i the the US irforce fighting in Alice Playing field for

lity Korea F< ea pupils of the nes as soon 1 list of rules



ying Hela ana chool are carrying out their life's vern use of the field has



woul it able

work in various parts of the globe. Set This will now en-

c
Y Girls are studying nursing at the able us to enter official cricket



ri
cricke



note, TS local haspital, England, and in and footbal competition a
maintain, the uncon- the U.S.A. Others have joined the rely needed outlet for the ener-
tige and position of local Elementary Teaching Ser- f the boy



the West Indies vice Oil Refinerie: dat We } i very successful

was in the hands ang Curacao have clai mat Meeting at Kensington
parents because i boys con of hoe co A J he records were

their co-operative effort Harding in Trinid ind Eustac rokt ar great keenne was
Boyer it Curacao are alread) both by the boys and the

we can take heart yperators holding position of ls. I should like to thank the
has been achieved trust and responsibility Vhile Pickwick Cricket Club for the use
ome like Mervyn Richards, Kes- Of their lovely ground every fear

ner St. Hill and Richard Cooke for the purpose of holding our
have joined the local police force, Sports Meetin





other have gone further afleld,; Thanks
calm and whic h will not = - ‘hema Teotties hes tolned: ne Chiat keane a doollee nice
o seamanship o ., ‘ -
satya nat She pais Dominica Con abulary, Worrel ish il and the Depart-
ee i! ‘and Austin the Bahamas Police. ment of ition for their gen-'
confident of that be- y,, } * ; f
We hope to hear of their promo- ty in sending us magazines
from long and in- tien goon g aga .
soon, 1 periodic ‘ag %
timate acquaintance the characte Pie dicals regularly We

Evans Waithe who is studying are deeply indebted too to all}
medicine in the U.S.A. was grant ‘e generous people who gave|
ed a special certificate of Merit us prizes to be presented today |
by the Board of Education of New » helped to make this fune-|
York City passing with the mark tion possible Their names you
A” in all his examinations and wil] find on your programme.|
gaining an average of 95% in Their ready response cannot be
French. We wish him further suc- lighly laude
-eSSes I

should like at this stage to|
Many old pupils have gained

whom the destiny
is entrusted,



school will in the



express my deep appreciation of |
positions locally and are doins the work of the staff and to thank |

cultural, of Bar- well. Former pupils of the schoo! them publicly for their help and

West Indies may be found in the C ivil Service, cooperatior Staff changes are

at Messrs, Cable & Wirel he necessarily frequent and unex-

Headmaster’s Report Gulf Oil Co., and in the various pected but on every occasion

focal business houses when the need arose, we have

headmaster in presenting This being a_ co-educat ‘ been able to press into service |

said: — school, perhaps it should not old boy or girl who has come

Lordship, Ladies and surprising that certain of ott nobly to the rescue. I must single |

it gives me very past pupils have decided to set qt Messrs C. M. Lynch and|

to extend a hearty up housekeeping together Since py Ward for special congratula- |

you all on the ocea- last Speech Day, Eustace Boyce tions on passing their Inter-Arts |
school’s third Bien- returned from Curacao to mart London since last Speech Day

Day and prize-giving Lucille Kennedy while Hutso An Old Scholar Association

Simmons took as his bride Joy« |

was launched early this year and
there have been several reunions
this connection we are further

indebted to the British Council
the period under parties happened to be at scho this time for a monthly film-show



Will see set out i here together so it was not “to the members of this - Old

programmes, In July 1951 case of early selection Scholars’ Association. These films
permitted to write the . ; y : oa ee

Certificate Examination Achievements In Sport lave been both entertaining and

instructive and we hope they will
be continued during the coming
year. The Old Scholars’ Associ-
ation will be holding its first An-
nual Reunion Dinner on Satur-

gained after two of sport have been necessa il

as a result of the won all the friendly games «

that the Christmas fare and gen-

thirteen subject teams we played. Incidentally the
f island Champion at Table Season will foster and cement
an Old that spirit of camaraderie among
B Old Scholars which ought always

» be preserved if the link with



in nine subjects class for the second year in *u



he ( hool not yet broken

English Literature, His- of the school and so was the .“ a! Si vam pase of
French, Oral French, finalist in the Island-Wide" Boy la cegs ”? it Ne I ibn ry "he

M : ol he ublic ibrary >

Mathematics a.nd Championship, Francis Gregoir« organised a mall school

and Politics. The last We wish the two last-mentioned ,), rar hich we hope soon to ex- |

I 1 We shall be grateful for
of books and current maga-









I think he deserves Boys’ Championship in 1950 but ,;,,, Froy Old Scholars .and
congratulations, Harrison College tied with t iN other
Bryan too did wall in 1951 to share the Championshit
examination, maintaining © for that year. This annual cham- Text Books
by passing in all pionship i decided on poit Perhay it might not be out of
of the eight subjects he attermpt- gained in the School boys’ event’ place on this occasion to make an
at the Amateur Athletic As‘oci- appeal to parents to try to pro-
Subject passes in the ation’s Sports meetings vide heu children with text-|
Chamber of Commerce At Basketball, after being un- book Our already heavy «task is |
at Certificate Stage defeated in the Second Division considerably a avated when
set out in detail on for the whole of the 1951 season, there are many pupils in a form
programmes, we emerged champions ‘and » withot text-book in certain

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PAGE FOUR

BARBADOS ei ADVOCATE

five Su aul ess eo Bye
(tinted oy the Advocate Co.. Ltd, Brosa@ .... Mridgetown





Friday, December 19, 1952

MORE TAXES

THE Bill of which notice was given in
the General Assembly on Tuesday to im-
pose a tax on entertainments to which the
public are admitted for payment is the
second step taken by the government to
increase indirect taxation as outlined in
the memorandum on the-five year plan of
development and-.taxation. Action has
already been taken to increase the amounts
collected by customs and excise duties as
outlined in the memorandum when it was
laid in the General Assembly on October
i4. The entertainment tax has hitherto
been considered solely as a tax on cinema
entertainment but the bill lists Exhibi-
tions, Cricket, football and sports meet-
ings, Theatres, Boxing Matches, Fairs and
Bazaars, Labour Days and Race Meetings
as coming within the provisions of the Act.
Professor Beasley in A Fiscal Eat sug-
gested that an entertainment tax of 20 per
cent. might be introduced and he suggested
that $70.000 might be raised from cinemas
alone. The Bill which is now before the
General Assembly is expected to bring in
about $50,000 a year and a ten per cent.
entertainment tax is to be charged on al-
most every form of paid public entertain-
ment with the exception of those specific-
ally exempted as for instances fairs the
proceeds of which are devoted entirely to
religious or charitable uses,

The news that entertainment tax is to
be charged on all kinds of public enter-
tainments including sports meetings and
theatrical performances will surprise
many, especially as A Fiscal Survey of
Barbados gave the impression that only
cinemas would be affected by entertain-
ment tax.-On the other hand the addition
of ten per Cent. on entertainments cannot
be regarded as a hardship although the in-
creased charge for entertainments may re-
sult in decreased attendances at cinemas,
sports meetings and other public enter-
tainments of those to whom entertainment
tax represents only a very small portion
of the total increased prices which they
have to pay as measures are taken by the
government to collect more revenue in
accordance with the programme of taxa-
tion in the five year plan.

In itself 10 per cent. increase on enter-
tainments is a fair and inoffensive method
of raising revenue. This was the descrip-
tion employed by Professor Beasley of
entertainment tax. But Professor P>as-
ley's recommendations for im

- Oosing en-
tertainment tax were not followed by
recommendations to increase individual

rates of income tax. His excellent advice
was not taken by the government and
those who will have to pay entertainment
taxes have also to provide for larger in-
come tax payments next year. Nor is the
tax on entertainment the final instalment
of the policy proposed in the memoran-
dum. Another Bill is to be introduced into
the Legislature to increase the tax on
sweepstakes, No one can object to an in-
creased tax on betting but it must be borne
in mind that this tax is not being intro-
duced to relieve the taxpayers who do not
bet but simply to increase the total rev-
enue of the government. Had the enter-
tainment tax and inerdased betting (ax
been accompanied by in¢reases in family
allowances and education allowances or
some other concession they would have
been welcomed widely by the majority of
taxpayers. Instead they are likely to be
resented as additional burdens and may in
Some cases decrease attendances at public
entertainments. Should this occur the gov-
ernment may fail to obtain the additional
revenue they expect although the reverse
result might be obtained if more people
seek greater entertainment to relieve the
poenptony of a high taxed existence. In
E ts connection it would be interesting to
now how government reconciles its cam-
Paign to encourage Savings with a taxation
policy which makes savings well-nigh im-
Ossible for all but a smalf mumber of
zi - 4 statement of withdrew.
- from the Government Savings Bank
this month might show how the majority
of depositors tregard the Savings Bank as
= eee rather than a permanent meth
od of savings. It is difficult t .
f rings, 0 see how in-
creased individual r, i
. ates of income t:
ax,
ing putinment tax and betting tax are go-
the eat of eee Savings especially when
cs f as i j n ’
eevee, of living has just risen because of
. ment imposed Increases of customs
an excise tax and conti et
Cause of the natural ris i
cles. Too little attention hen kn
va to the vital sentences of A Fiscal Sur-
abe n wna eis Us Para 7 Professor Beasley
and the: more ‘even ‘Gltsiece oo preg
/ Cees ot of res es j
pene true that the real wealth of the inhabie
— Pe barbados as a whole is little greater
“ t an it was in the period of the so-called
epression just before the war.” If this is so
(and who can doubt it) then increased taxation
nsidious thing because all it means
sovernment is taking more and more
iu wealth of the community for itself
ee no greater wealth is being produced to
pe. spent on the things which were possible
ore the government started Increasing its
demands. The apologetic manner in’ which
spokesmen of the Bovernment treat every
ancrease in taxation as not being very much in
itself helps to camouflage the total quantity
which each taxpayer finally contributes to the
government's purse, Few individuals realise
how great this total is and how rapidly it
increases. The shock of artificially higher prices
for rum, tobacco and petrol would have been
much easier to bear if it had not been followed
by natural increases in prices of other com-
Modities: before it is absorbez fully comes the
Warning in the shape of a Bill to introduce
entertainment tax of another increase in living
costs: soon a betting tax will raise the price of
a harmless flutter on the horses: and also listed
is an item known as miscellaneous fees. When
a Bill is introduced to implement this final
proposal of the memorandum on the Five Year
Plan to increase indirect taxation, water rates
and stamp duties (inclusive of postage on let~

is that the
of the real



ters) will almost certainly be raised. The
government hopes to obtain from le gislation
designed to increase miscellaneous fees twice
the sum it expects to obtain from entertain-
ment tax and an increased tax on racing.

The heaviest blow, a$ it were, has bee n
reserved for the last b by now the full effect



of the taxation proposals outlined in the mem-



orandum on the Five Year Plan is easier
foresee and the prospect is not encourag for
those on whom this surprising qua of



increased taxes has fallen;



BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



Agricultural Development

|
Deputy Chairman. Caribbean Research Council. |

- By ERIC WILLIAMS

THE Second Sess of t
Conference held is m-
mended sustained eff
tain agricultural diver
the highest level com;
local conditions, in regard to pro-
duction both of export crops and
food crops for local and regional
consumption, whilst the F
Session in 1950 invited
tention to the






1ain-
n at

i vith







diver ‘

of foo

crops and the expansion
production for local consumption
The First Session which met in
1944, emphasised the production
of needed foéds, particularly the
rich in protein and_ essential
vitamins and minerals, and ir
this connection stressed the im-
portance of mixed ‘farming and

attention to livestock,

Sugar Lands

Except in Surinam, the acreage
under sugar has increased consid-
erably since the outbreak of World
War II, by one-third in Puerte
Rice, one-sixth in British Guiana,
and one-tenth in Trinidad. and
Tobago, whilst in Jamaica the
acreage-cultivated by estates and
registered cane farmers has
doubled. In Surinam the ac:
declined by more than or
between 1938 and 1949.

The acreage under coconuts also
has increased, by two-thirds in
British Guiana between 1938 and
1950,. by two-fifths in Surinam
between 1945 and 1950, and by
one-eighth in Puerto Rico between
1940 and 1950- As a result of the
disastrous hurricane of 1944, how-
ever, the acreage in Jamaica de-
clined by one-sixteenth between
1942 and 1950; the effects of the
equally disastrous f



hurricane of
1951 are not yet clear.

With respect to citrus, the num-
ber of grapefruit trees in Jamaica
increased by one-fifth between
1942 and 1950, of lime trees by
three-fifths, and orange trees by
four-fifths. Between 1940 and
1950 the increase in the produc-
tion of oranges in Puerto Rico was
paralleled by the decrease in the
production of grapefruit, Figures
are not available to permit com-
parison over a period of the acre-
age under citrus in Trinidad and
Tobago; all that can be
that exports, especially of juices,
have increased.

The acreage under otner export
crops has declined—coffee, cotton,
tobacco. The decline in coffee
acreage in Surinam was more than
one-half between 1945 and 1950
The decline in acreage under cot-
ton in Puerto Rico was one-half

Said .s5

between 1939 and 1950, and ir
the acreage under tobacco, one-
fifth, *

As far as food production is con-
cerned, the greatest development ;
has taken place in rice. Acreage {
increased by two-thirds in Brit-
ish Guiana between 1938 and
1950, and by three-quarters in

Surinam between 1944 and 1951,
Another example of the increased
attention paid to rice cultivation
in the Caribbean is provided by
Jamaica, where the acreage in-
creased from 500 acres in 1942 to
9,300 in 1951. In Puerto Rico, on
the other hand. the decline in the
acreage has exceeded one-half,



A President &s Elected

November Fourth — the most

momentous day perhaps in the
history of Postwar America saw
General of the Army Dwight David
Eisenhowér elected President. He
is the fourteenth Republican to
hold that high office, and the first
during the last twenty years. Al-
ready there are signs that the next
four years will offer President
“Ike” an unparalleled opportunity
to display the greatness which
made his name a household word
almost throughout the civilised
world. His name was linked with
the victories of the Allies in World
War II, and also with the victory
of Peace which so far is represent-
@d in N.A.T.O,

“Peace hath her victories no less
renowned than’ War.” sang the
bard of old, and now the hero of
the one, marches forth to do battle
for the other.

Eleven Presidents of the Unit-
ed States of America have been
Generals and contemporary his-
torians aver that their records are
not inspiring. Even as recently as
during the Conventions which
preceded the election the nation
was warned not to elect a military
man. The people spoke in unmis-
takable tones, and gave Ike the
unprecedented landslide vote of
60,000,000. Posterity alone will tell
how right they were and the hold-
er of the high office himself will
write the story for the generations
yet unborn.

2 Bo .

I read the signs aright when I
Saw that I thought Eisenhower
would be elected. On every hand
there was a feeling thal the time
had come for a change, and ule
though the Democrats have built
a monument more lasting than
brass, the need for a reshuffle was
the dominant urge. Here is a quo-
tation which I think was of more
than passing: interest to many
thoughtful voters as they cast their
ballot.

“For one reason or another,
even a wisely led political party
given long tenure of office, fin-
ally fails to express any longer
the will of the people, and when
it does so fail to express the will
of the people, it ceases to be an
effective instrument of govern-
ment. It is fat better for such a
political party, certainly better
for the state, that it should be
relegated to the role of critic,
and that the opposing political
Party should assume the reins
of government.”

This quotation came from the

reat Democratic President

ranklin D. Roosevelt in October
1932 at the end of the Republican
)vegime—just when the Democrats
took over twenty years ago. That
Was twenty years ago, and appar-
ently “we—the people” thought
this dictum was applicable again.
Calvin Coolidge, a former Presi-
dent was credited with the origin-
al utterance of these striking lines,
but the truth of them will outlive
all Presidents -— Republican
Democratic.

» e





The Presidential
as carved its
in the th

erica The i el
“cracked the solid South” to us¢






> of milk









A VISITor IN NEW YORK







In a previeus article an
attempt was made to ap-
prise the progress made im
the ccuntries served by the
©aribbean Commission in
mplementing the recom-
mendations of the West In-
dian Conference relating to
industrial develepmert. This
article will attempt a similar
task in the field of agricul-
tural development, includ-

ing processing and market-
ing. *



Other Food Crops
Only | ted figures are avail-
food crops. These
that the acreage under
in Jamaica almost trebled



1¢ otner
indice

corn







between 1942 and 1950, and that
the acreage under other crops in
Puerto Rico increased between
1939 and 1950 by one-half for

yams, three-quarters for plantains



and one-seventh for tannia, whilst
the acreage under cowpeas more
than doubled. Between 1944 and



19

egg



) Puerto Rico’s production of
trebled; whilst the production
increased by three-quar-





ters, and of pork by one-third.
The number of cattle in Jamaica
iner i by one-tenth between








1942 and 1950; the number of pigs,
however, declined by one-third,
as a result of the effect of hurri-
canes on coc production.
The most example of

the

duc

progress food pro-
development
is afforded by
the relative im-
plantation agricul-

of small

Surinam, w

portance of







ture and cale farming in
the total production
ha t progressed in favour
of the In 1940 plantation



a ounted for 17%

production

of
and





tural











al farming for 83%. In
1950 e plantation sector had
further declined to 10%, and the
small farming sector increased to
90% —exactly the reverse of the
Siustion at the’ turn of the
century. The plantation economy
and small far rs accounted for
1,600,000 guilders each of the
&ross value of the product avail-
able for industrial processing in
1940, In 1950 the plantation share
was 2,800,000 guilders; the small

fe share rose to 7,100,000
Ider the value of-rice pro-
duction increasing from 1,400,000

\o 6,400,000 guilders.

Agriculturar Processing
The production of twice as
h sugar in Jamaica and three
as much rum in Trinidad
Tobago between 1938 and
re the outstanding examples
reased processing in the





ditional Caribbean industries
This has been fairly general for
the area, except in the case of
jar and rum in Surinam and of
for Martinique. The in-

Puerto Rico have been
xth for sugar and two-fifths
in Jamaica one-half for
Guadeloupe three-fifths
for sugar and one-eighth for rum,
Sugar production in Surinam de-
by more than one-third
between 1945 and 1950, and rum





rum

clined

iy Bareey Millar

the term which s¢ vividly describes
Ike's triv n in those states which
have ways voted Democratic.
The “crack” was such a solid break
iy the Republican High
is planning to make per-
tal of it. ‘No former
indidate had ventured
it domain, and the results
to indicate that.the time 1s
to produce political stuff
Which will appeal to the heads, as












well to-the hearts of South-
erner

The story of the South, with all
its fascinating facets, will no doubt
one day be portrayed by a pen

polsed perhaps about the middle of
the way. The apparently undying
prejudices, racial discrimination,
colour and class questions will all
be viewed in their proper perspec-
ve, and the progress along the
Way to overcoming these barriers
proportionately noted. The spread
of Education, civic pride, and
human relations will slow ly push
this progress along and iif the
Eisenhower administration did
nothing more but left a record of
having definitely fostered a better
understanding among the cosmo-
politan peoples who make up this
nation, then it would be deserving
of a place in the sun when the
final stery has been told. Human
nature is the same the world over,
and wounds heal slowly according
to the dictates of nature. If the
natural process is aided then the
healing is more rapid and one day
éven the scars left might be oblit-
erated.
‘ .

For’a n



Vspaper man, the re-
cording of the progress of the elec-
tion its was a most wonderful
experience All the resources of
the most modern methods of col-

lecting and distributing news were
tapped and I sat before the tele-
vision and saw the actual ‘casting
of vetes by. Bernard Baruch in
New York, Adlai Stevenson him-
self in Chicago, and people in the
North, South, East and West of
the United States. Then returns
started to come in, and you saw
Eisenhower's total grow larger





than his rivals’. Next the scores
would be level, or Stevenson
would establish a lead for a short
time. Ret by States and by




districts kept interest always alive












and then u saW a picture of the
Comn > Hotel where Ike had
establis his Headquarters
Here tot n illuminated Score
t > crowd could



voting
venson
t milar ar-
for tra



the pro-
f the election with the can-
self wearing a grim
he noted his waning
C f living in White
ef
Ar s t
hour fN
tial
) 1
F
Vewe >



production by more than one-half.
Sugar preducticn in Martinique
leclined by one-quarter between
1949 and 1951, whilst there was a
slight increase in the case of rum

The major development in the
cigarette industry in the Carib-
bean has been the decline of
production in Puerto Rico in 1950
to a mere one-eleventh of the
1938 figure. On the other hand,
Trinidad and Tobago’s production
in 1951 was nearly mne-tenths,
greater than production in 1938.
In Jamaica production increased
slightly between 1945 and 1949.

The First Session of the West
Indian Confer€nee stressed the
importance of food processing or.
the basis of a regional plan and
urged? that a survey be made by
the Commission of the poten-
tialities for food production and
processing on a_ regional basis.
The Industrial Development Con-
ference, held in Puerto Rico in
1952, included feod processing in
a list of industries studies on
which it recommended to the
Commission. While no regional
action has been taken by the
Commission, some progress has
been made in Individual terri-
tories. f

Outstanding Development

The outstanding development
is the producti of condensed
milk in .Jamaica. Production
more than doubled between 1945
end 1949. As a result, Jamaica
has stopped orrng condensed
milk, and earned in 1950 from its
experts almost as much as ii
spent in 1935 on imports.

Jamaica has also made progress
in the cornmeal industry. Pro-
cuction nearly doubled between
1945 and 1949. As a_ result,
Jamaica imported no cornmeal in
1950, whereas it imported 4,683
tons in 1935, valued at £40,488.

Production statistics of canned
vegetables are not available. But
the progress made can be partly
estimated from the export trade
Statistics. Jamaica's exports have
risen from 2 tons to 470 tons be-
tween 1944 and 1950, The exports
have increaséd in value from £141
to £36,369. In 1938 Puerto Rico
exported 349 tons of canned and
dried vegetables, valued at U.S.
$49,523; in 1950 its exports of
canned vegetables alone were 520
tons, valued at U.S. $184,193. The
recent establishment of plants for
canning sweet potatoes and pigeon
peas are perhaps the best indica-
tion of Puerto Rican progress in
this field.

Edible Oils and Fats

The .British West Indies have
become virtually self-sufficient in
the field of edible oils and fats.
Margarine production in Jamaica
increased by one-fifth between
1945 and 1949, and production of
lard by one-half. Trinidad and
Tobago's production of lard in-
creased by one-seventh between
1938 and 1951. Jamaica, Trinidad
and Tobago, and Barbados, which
imported all or scme of their
requiren.ents in 1938 had become
exporters in 1950.

In 1938, for example, Barbados
imperted 248 tons of margarine
and 174 tons of lard substitutes.
In 1950 it exported 165 tons of
margarine and 101 tons of. lard
substitutes.

(To Be Continued)





of our wireless equipment. An
American lady visitor to Barbados
who was in residence at the Marine
Hotel rang the phone at regular
intervals of ten and fifteen minutes
for news, and was ever so delight-
ed when.Mr. Dewey, the Republi-
can candidate had established an
early lead. She chatted gaily with
me and she described the attributes
of the two men and likened them
to chalk and cheese. But when the
Mid-Western States swung the
balance’ in favour’ of Democrat
Truman and the solid south re-
mained solid, she became quite
angry. When it was clear that Mr.
Truman would go back to the
White House which he had occu-
pied since Mr. Roosevelt's death,
she boiled over. She said a few
words for which she afterwards
apologised, but I was tickled when
she said, “If I could get near
enough to Mr. Truman now...
it would have to be another elec-
tion right away.”

Now, four years later, living and
moving among the folks who make
up the people of America, I can
fully appreciate the intensity of
her feelings. Here is the whole
book thrown at a candidate, but it
may be thrown along with the
book case.

President Truman warned Ike
of “dead cats, rotten eggs, and
spoiled tomatoes” being thrown in

his direction before the campaign |*

was over, And how right the
President was. He knew what he
was talking about, but his aim was
bot as good as his prediction

Anyhow it is now al] over. The
smoke of the battle has almost en-
tirely cleared away and in their re-
spective places people are settling
down to meet the change. Ike's
first selections of members for his
cabinet have opened the eyes of
those who thought that he would
be led by Mr. Robert Taft. Ike
seems to be standing on his own
two feet—quite a refreshing state
of affairs: in high places in
America ,

Of those who failed to win, I
have a sneaking suspicion that
Adlai Stevenson is not altogether
sorry that he lost out. I believe
that he would have been a good
President in so far as carrying on
the tradition of the Roosevelt
dynasty was concerned. He is an
excellent speaker with the gift of
true oratory, and would have de-
lighted his listeners with his fire-
side speeches illuminated by flash-
ing wit.

But maybe many granted him
the request he made when he ad-
dressed the caucus of the Illinois
delegation to the Demoeratie con-
vention in July. He told them:

“I couldm't—wouldn't—did not
wish to be a candidate for Presi-
dent. I have no fitnmess—tem-
peramentally, mentally, or phy-
sically—for the job. And I ask,
therefore, that you will abide by
my wishes not to nominate me
nor to vote for me if I should be
nominated. I just don't want to
be nominated,”

% *
of the people has
and now America and the
civilised world await the

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A LITERARY CONNECTION

By R. V. TAYLOR

IN 1728 a monk arrived in London after

. 8 hasty departure from Paris and entered a

noble household as a tutor. His name was

Prevost and the cause of his flight was the}

publication of a work which in its second
edition became the celebrated Manon Les-
caut. For an Abbé to be discovered as the
author of such a work was scandalous indeed
and Prevost thought it best to flee his coyn-
try. He entered the household of Sir John
Eyles a former Lord Mayor of London and
an M_P., as a tutor for his son. But Prevost
could never remain anywhere for long and
by 1730 he was on the run again, this time
to Holland. :

The Eyles family was one with connec-
tions in Barbados, as influential here as. it
was in England. At the end of the Caroline
and beginning of the Georgian period mem-

bers of this family were frequently back | ese ESL SSS SSIS,

and forth between Barbados and the mothe:
country. They were agents and Attorneys
for all the important Barbadian families of
this time and most of the contemporary wills
and deeds contain references to them.

The two most mentioned are Sir Francis
and Sir John Eyles, the latter not the em-
ployer of Prevost but a cousin of his; then
in the early years of the 18th century Si
Joseph Eyles, whose brother John was the
one to engage Prevost as tutor to his son.
A glance at contemporary records shows
with what regularity they left this island
by the Powers of Attorney given, the sales
and business transactions by the Convey-
ances and Mortgages. Sugar was consignec
to their London office and they also acted as
agents. Thomas Hothersall, snapped off at
the early age of thirty in 1710, left his manor
Guyduy Hall in Essex to John and Francis
Eyles to pay his debts and legacies, and to
wind up his affairs.

Most of the Barbadian families having
property in England left it in the Eyles’
hands.

Curiously enough at exactly the same time
the English Eyles family was at its peak
of prosperity, considerable references to
other Eyles’ are found in the parish registers
of Barbados. The connection has not been
established but the christian names bear a
striking similarity. On 16th August 1683,
Thomas the son of Mr. Thomas Eyles, and
Sarah his wife, was baptised in St. Michael.
Next cemes the marriage of John Eyles to
Sarah Horner, in 1695, and in 1699 their
daughter Sarah was baptised.

In-1701 another daughter followed, Cecilia:
in 1714 John, the son of Captain John and
Mrs. Olive Eyles. On and on through the
years that correspond exactly with the fam-
ily’s connection with Barbados appear the
baptism, marriages and burials of the Eyles
most of them John, Thomas, Sarah—the
family names.

When Sir John and Sir Joseph Eyles died
in England in 1702 and 1739 respectively
the last important connection was severea
with Barbadian affairs. Copies of their wills
were recorded in Barbados but from then
on information of them ceases. So that chap-
ter closes; and what happened to Prevost
after he fled to Holland in 1730? By 1733 he
had to flee Holland and return:to England.
from whence he resumed his wanderings.
Eventually he reconciled himself to the
church and obtained a post as secular priest
in the Conti household. For a time he en-
joyed the fame of his novels. translations
and other literary works, which with one
exception are forgotten to-day. That
exception is the brilliant Manon Lescaut.

aie ctaes ;
EITHER WAY THEY PAY
By NEWELL ROGERS
WASHINGTON.
IN Palm Springs, California, residents will
have the choice from February I of seeing a
film at home or going to a cinema. Either
way they pay.
Those who stay at home will drop coins in
a slot attached to their TV set. But set-
owners without this attachment will not be
able to dial in the picture.

HENRY H. HEIMANN, top official of the
National Association of Credit Men — who
need to know about such things—refuses to
believe in any business.recession when re-
armament spending slackens. His argument.
When this spending tapers off taxes will be
lowered. Then business costs will be cut
and consumers will have more to spend,

* *

INVITED to lecture at Harvard University
Dr. R. A. Davis took 117 days to reach his
lecture hall from New Zealand. He sailed
with his family in a 48ft. ketch and fought
hurricanes — and measles contracted by his

son.
* * *
LEUEEN McGRATH, the British actress

is going to help America build a rival to
Stratford-on-Avon’s Shakespeare Theatre
She is going to tour with Claude Rains
Margaret Webster, and €va Le Galiene it
“An Evening with Will Shakespeare” to raiss
money for an American
Connecticut.

Globe Theatre in

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Local History Reader
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Elementary Teachers



BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE

SHARK WATERS 93 Piles Sunk
At Bareclay’s Site N 0 W one
ad ; Bank a rapidly goin a new medicated

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ce enitaa, "eapectneeaead ‘dog soap
r ~ . . > rks, told the dvocate yes
AT THE conclusion of Mr. J. C. Hammond’s lecture i hat the \ eoue po oo
on “Education”, Mr. F. A. Hoyos addressed the general



three piles are

WITH DISTINCT ADVANTAGES

meeting of the Barbados Elementary Teachers Associa-

tion on Saturday. Mr. Hoyos was invited by the President





t to complete the
Mr. A. G. Jordan, and the Executive Committee of the . , other in three weeks, and|
. will 1 wtly for Jamaica to

Association to speak about the book he had prepared as carry out the same type of work.|

a history reader for use in Elementary and Secondary i not been for the rain @ leaves the coat healthy

Schools. few weeks ago, we would have and glossy

M H 1 I ya eae 6 es pa a cleared the 100 mark” Mr

Mr. Hoyos explained that the 7 e Caulfield said, | strove fleas. lice and tick
idea of such a book had been Y acht Sails asd | @ destroys fleas, lice and ticks
given to him by the Caribbean

Union of Teachers when they held

? . |

F . Road Accidents | @ 0085 0210s: manve
conference in Barbados in 1946. A l

The C.U.T. suggested at that - or i igua Lester Odle of King Street, S
Michael, was treated at the Gen-
eral Hospital yesterday for a cut
on his head after he was involves |
in an accident with a lorry on |

Government Hill, St. Michael,

t con
ference of West Indian teachers, x r

drawn from almost every section Ov er W eekend
of the Caribbean area, that text-

books should be written on local The
subjects for the purpose of giving Frrant”
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general repairs are being carried

about 12.30 p.m 4 5
; i is . s whe Shark divers operate. Daniel Sobers ; .
new 4 his ; ent. : Ne ; ¥. 7 , CLUFFS, near Stroud Bay, St. Lucy, is one of the points where shar At the v + accicie Yale i 3 if Ad 0 S$ 0 ie
See ee ete = a ahs ck fe her before leaving for (inset) better known as “Captain Fisco”, is the skipper of one crew. Arrow indicates the cliffs under i “ ure - baw SS aes ‘a
d subjects sugge Antigua ar . as riding a bicycle yovern- ie
were Our System of Government, Nymph Errant arrived in Car- ee hace hh a nk Pa a 4 bee Ma ment Hill. The front wheel and | medicated SOAP: for dogs
Our Fauna and Flora, our indus- lisle Bay on December 1, after

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trial and agricultural set-up, and cossing the Atlantic from Las Shi I Ky { ;
famous men and women in the Talmas in 26 days. A crossing ay r s £ re
history of each territory. which its owner-skipper Mr, John

The Caribbean Union of teach- Staniland described as disappoint- au ght t
ers, continued Mr. Hoyos, rightly ing. During the crossing they between the motor cars P— 56 |
felt that their undertaking was cxverienced heavy squalls and owned and driven by John Gay of
an ambitious one and through torrential rains. owsea ay OS ona “uc Or - Church . Witlaie. St. Philip and IMPERIAL CHEMICAL (PHARMACEUTICALS) LTD.
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C. F. Broome, they took the step Crossing of the Atlantic and Tyentyuvear. cla Daniel ohare nai Date " - GB. Griff ; Police Mag- | and ria by Mupton. Ravel fa of A subsidiary company of Imperial Chemical Industries Limited
of enlisting the support and co- accompanying him are his wife, | et - Cs i Face’ HIS W ORSHIP Mr. G. B. Grif ith Acting Ghee: Mag- | Church View St John. SOLE AGENTS AWD DISTRIBUTORS
operation of secondary teachers, S09 and Miss Wyn Gordon o; Petter Known as Captain Fisco, istrate of District “A” yesterday fined 34-year-old bus mo tate’ # i
staat : : ‘ kipper of rew of “shar ; The left front door of the cat A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS) LTD.
historians, scientists and all who Australia who has been touring 'S Skipper of a crew of “shark conductor Cecil Arthur of Arch Hall. St. Thomas. £3 and| 1 96 and the right headlamp and Cee PLO. BOX 485, BRIDGETOWN '
were considered competent to Europe for the past two years. Catchers’ at Stroud Bay, St. Lucy, hi? abd 4 . » month’ so S imhcs fhaive thie te Pet, BA ernek ” , Ph.233
handle the task. Several commit- Nymph Errant is 46 feet overall! There are many other crews 1/- costs to be paid in 1 lavs or one month’s imprison- | right front fender of P—56 were
tees were appointed, one to deal 29d is powered by a 30 h.p, diesel diving for sharks in that ae, ment with hard labour for carrying 50 pas: ngers in a damaged
: with each of the projects suggest- @ngine. She will sail over the Captain Fiscos crew is mace bus on November 15 that was licenced to carry 36 . nt
4 ed by the C.U.T. Unfortunately, weekend for Antigua where the up of seven includin, —o Arthur who was not represente |
; these committees, for one reason Party on board will spend Christ- Bowen, Neville Brome, soon pleaded guilty of the charge. Sgt ey mM }
: for another, never got down to one with = Mrs. Anne Davidson Harris and _Terrell Ca ae Alleyne attached to Central Polic« Aeid Throwers ‘ ’ oh * tv
s the actual work of preparation, W9 is crossing the Atlantic alone “Diving for sharks is not such a Station prasecuted for the Police ac aed | j
= Except for a well-written manu- 24 is expected to be in Antigua hazardous affair as it would Police Constable Forde saw th: Dese rve / log rin ALmas watt )
4 script by Dr. Bruce Hamilton on f° Christmas. found,” Sobers told an Advocate bus on which Arthur was the con- °88 S THAT IS ALWAYS .
S “Our System of Government,” pRESH FRUIT TePOrsRr s | Sharks the seven Cuctor on Black Rock Road and adie! Peat Cini, ler ACCEPTABLE. | ‘ *+ (a
: which was never published, no- To Search the poueee re seroud stopped it. A check showed that POPT-OF SPAIN N "Dei “ Lu. F 7 oer Xt
oe thing resulted from the great en- The 100 ton motor vessel Men Bo out in a nas ay Neva 50 passengers were in the bus, Chief Justice J. L. Perez pre- A BOX OF CHOCOLATES {s
2 thusiasm that was generated six Caribbee under Captain B. Gumbs Bay to either = uffs oF rere ee ee siding over the Court of Appeal and you will find a Beaut - i
a years ago by the Caribbean Union arrived in port yesterday morning Cluffs and Norses are two points NON-SUIT ENTERED to-day declared that throwing ful Assortment of Presenia- rae I INEST Be \\
4 of Teachers. from Dominica with its . regular along the foesy where the land His Honour Mr. H. A. Talma, Corrosive fluid on persons wa on Boxes by all the povu- rT 7 \)
2 Ba fortnightly supply of fresh-fruit Juts out over ne ae f:. thimdeAeting Judwarofthe Patt ‘Det of the offences that merited lar makers at , é i}
i The “Advocate’s of ae colony : a ae Ie reine i - e ‘i. Bhiceus Seldacthets: eonterdis - ting by court “cat”, Mr. Pere: , gk i
: m £ included 20 crates ang 3 casks, points, yo men ems > : ve said this before giving the de L WW ?
& Mr. H Se or aes that Throughout yesterday, local boat while the others dive under tered a non-suit in the case of | oA yer fs Court. bafusines WW WGA Ltt t J ? i}
a aay ° ao joa | REG. ae as fruit dealers crowded the wheé the cliff. They attack the shark detention of clothing which 42- | ice a seven year prison ter: jot) Gane , > ; souko” (tt
%, time he deciden 10 SA. te vith side near the vessel's berth for from behind and put a noose year-old ticket - seller Hora Sond. bn. Ali&h La Sati ak San eee ST tet Shalimar L'Heure Blew" Mitzou X “ {
£ of the projects Eman ibe h 4 their supply of fruit, With them around its tail. Before the shark Lovell of Bank Hall, St. Michael, pornando for throwing ulphuri 7 a - “Femme” Mousseline Moustach it
3 C.U.T. With ask ae : i es they brought their own transpor- realises what is happening, it is brought against defendant Viole! 4, id ox im rian of the aamne Gis are anf? er wah “Joy” “Moment Suprem Am
g set about to coulert won mae." tation for the fruit. Motorists us- being pulled from its resting Waithe of Halls Road, 6t. Michael. {yj¢t wb Dagar cle NA adi, lg a “Shocking” oreaeR ete )
z ne sone, vee eae a ie a ng this road found traffic difficult place under the rocky ledge, Lovell who was represented | The Chief Justice said “this i aasary ae eee “Crepe de Chine” |) My OP
: badian History. He touched on the 4 "negotiate and there were fre- The equipmen arried by Mr. C. Husbands accepted the non- jn the nion of the Court one ea Rate “Jo Beviens sl co nl ;
= difficulties that had beset him > j in uly y ' i irt Aicuoust Aa/- por Lua. “Bellodgia Fleurs de Roeaill
i and were still besetting him. Even 2" nt traffic blocks which requir- these shark catchers includes suit which was offered. He clai of the most serious offences on " + ahi Bell a Gan” Le Tabac Blond
; g . setting him. E a : meatlor . -eme Charge : : ' ean) tk bab at “French Can ’ )
after he had collected the neces- 5° the direction of policemen on giving coggies, harpoons, ropes, ed that Waithe refused to giv he Calendar a dastardly Ads Hoe use vars ents er Cawel {
sary material over a_ period of ous ‘aribbee t sht < m- % Humber of wooden clubs and him his clothes after he had given cowardly offence, a calculated “ROWNDPRERS buaAcd “Canasta” “Tris Gris” by Jacques Fath ny
years there was still the problem oe rae 9 k stk econ acste knives. “I have never heard of her them to wash and for the i offence.” The Only qualm he had ? ‘A atest i “Tabu” “290 Caraté” by Dana \\\
years, the as stil roblem ber of empty casks anc ‘heons. atnht oa tal py Gi peritentenit tm: eb ak tatheee ate atieal < ; Me . ' ~~ ene iB tethan Dior nt
of financing the publication. For- Agents for the Caribbee are the killed k - av ie ris as ae to ms = 1 ‘dha a _ ti e S js i a ie ot a ir _ ae » *e Ib, 1b. and 1) Ib, “Mins Dior ‘ aera ase oe . “ t is i
tunately, he was to find the “Ad= schooner Owners’ Association, See eat ig! og re 5 oD ayers Camas a ery eee mPease. “CAD BU R YX”, Sciected, “My Sin “Scandal” — ‘peg I r )))
vocate’” very helpful in the mat- — diving harks, Sobers amount of £5. p Hurd Centre, Roses, Girls, “Tndiacret”’ “Gardenia N” by \ i g \
ter. The newspaper readily agreed HAMS, CHEESE salc + Lovell w ‘ i uiuk ‘Tray, etc Chanel No. 5 RR
; : ae ar eas The shark it a terrifi OVE who is a blind man Sa “p Y . ‘ y, . al
= are Re ore ton 186 cases of hams, 116 cases of 4 art ut i weakt ie i Ned ug that he used to live with Waith I ult Emphasis £KY >’ Scorened Almonds Far PRT REN STE " 4 (
chapter by chapter and then keep — , . 7 eee OMS Ae Sy Sey ie . ng vl es é » Nuts *e » an ‘|
i estos “and Ri picture blocks cheese and 115 cases of canned {9 the boat. It is then beaten for a nang en - aa (= wa On valily”’ ee eieiae in aha SPECIALE & & )
= \ M > re an > 2 f cargo rit . . e . 1 . cni treating lum so badly 1e Wa , . me ’
so that they could be used meat are the chief items ov cargO with the clubs and a_ knife ‘rea ea , .
for the publication of the book, © the 173 ton motor vessel Clara plunged into its body. All that torced to leave her. He still ser - ALOU { .
The co-operation of the “Adyvo- ™ hich arrives in Carlisle Bay this pomains for the crew to do is t@ oS clothes to her and on June 1 MEL» '— New Berry ‘ t Soda i ountain
cate” had thus Helped him to ™orning from Trinidad. e _ lift it into the boat and retur he went to her for some of h rruus, Savoy Canuies, a
yercome one substantial hurdle Other cargo includes 33 “to Stroud Zay. The shark ig) Clothes and she refused to, giy renun Figs, Jaifa aces,
Bi t th are still re ained the « ues- of dried fruit, 46 cases of » then dispatch 1d to one of the him. Then he sént other peopl bucnisn Delight
ou oxi ad ane 7 ate yn 71 cases of raisins, 627 cases of - ots for sale to her for the clothes but still she The khove athe aiton GREE i a ¢ ie )
tion o getting the co-opera ic butter, 3 ses of bran, 10 â„¢ , io Y Me ; paved daliveril theveinthes he above in attractive ))}
of the public in general and the eee ad Ehuaipateda, 6 cases of 3 mly a few weeks ago Captair Walths skid: (hat che nev : Drums and Boxes, v
teachers in particular. If that co- fruit cake and 3 cases of medi- Fisco’s crew caught a_ shark Wal be eres, oe, Never & Prices from 84c. to $1.62. {{
operation was forthcoming, it c nes “Master of the motor ves- Which was over 15ft. long. Evert aint ve yeas % sane ue Bournville Choc, Biscuits. nN}
would help to lower still further anita Captain Timothy Gooding the little boys of the Stroud Bay Clot a to art He 1eV % —- varven’s Fig Rolls. H}
the cost of production. and the vessel is consigned to the area profess to be shark divers, re we nat is - lived with Pye) Marven’s Choc. Vienna )
Mr. Hoyos pointed out that be- Schootiet Owners’ Association. ‘or about 16 years and during t rat Pascalls Marshinaflows. i}
fore actually beginning the work >* A ‘iil : be Seg she washed his clothes for Planters Peanuts. e ay
and publishing it in instalments CROFTER CALLS W indy vard im. Callard & Bowsen Nougat. Waa .
in the “Advocate”, he had met V M ' : PrP Callard & B Butter 4 ee 96066. OS OHOG-0-9OHGYDHGTOHE
; os ste y was r. Husbands submitted a allarc owsdn Bu ADO OPOPODOCE
the Executive Committee of the Another arrival yesterday wa ere Scotel *
scat okt sn amon » ste Crof- the court should pay no attention cotch, :
Association and they had kindly tne Harrison line steamship D »] a tes : ; , oc ; Rarley Sugar in Tins. $
given his undertaking their bless- ter which ‘called from Liverpool € € gate to Waithe’s evidence and the CO ee Bariey oyeee ile B sé = , l these
" : seneral cargo. The Crofter cumstances of the cate tended to +VE WITHOUT LICENCI Almonds in Cello Bags. ; 0o , :
ing. But he was glad of the op- oe mere _ & Sar ae geth en nae cane sa BPA CALL IN TO-DAY AND :
P lé ay of speaking t is the third ship of the a sé R t ll suppo S client's case far more 4 oe. sie: rt » .
ae i oa ; a ani ‘and line to call here within four days. e urn ome than Waithe’s case SEE this very seeacrlye oe , ma Aas :
hearing their vie ws on the sub- the other two being the Planter Before entering the non-suit play of CONFEC TIONERY + V 4 L U iD Ss *
ject. which called from London and the teturning to Dominica yester- His Honour told Mr. Husbands for Christmas ° d 4 °
Strong Support Temple Bar from ae “ey 4 day by B.G, Airways was Mr. that his client said that he had AT ° >
;. 7 re Crofter is under the com- Gerald Winston, the Colony’s sent people to Waithe after he “On WPRanp ’ ® >
Mg zs from » floor, Mr. ‘ 5 ‘ ) rete : , i e a : » e ®
tee eae nin se oa mand of Captain S. Diamoryi. Marketing Officer. He was one himself could not get the clothes BRI ( I, \ EATHERHEAD > d ‘
8 geet hy So) hietay Local agents are Da Costa ¢ °» of the representatives from the from her, but these people were os e °
port to the idéa of a local history : f ? ;
reader for the Elementary Schools. Ltd. Windward Islands who came not before the court and he (His LTD. 3 é
He said that they of the Associa- TOOK MOLASSES over to Barbados for the purpose Honour) would like to hear from ? S sucker $
tion should regard it as an hon- -—— of regulating a sub-agreement these people, therefore he was g0- Head of Broad Street. = eer $
cur and an obligation to support The 286 “ton motor vessel relating to oils and fats between ing to enter a non-suit \ $ : »
: i , athawhe 4 a :
Mr. Hoyos in his endeavour, Jt Athelbrook arrived in Pers on Barbados and the Windward $ 29 ins. wide $
could be claimed that Mr. Hoyos's Wedn¢ sday afternoon for a ship- Islands, under the general frame- $
book was really a child of that ment of 103,000 gallons of mo- work of the Regional Oils and , 2
‘ Association. As far back as many lasses. i Re Poet ye Fats agreement, fi Per yard ;
' of them could remember, a num- The. vessel arrived under Cap , a
' ber of pioneering spirits in the tain G. W. Williams and left the The talks which opened at ;
i OF Mis Bee en following morning for Trinidad. Hastings House on Monday and +
i Association had been pressing for finished the following attersoon
i local textbooks. When the Carib- > 3 COMPLETED , ey 5 : >
j bean Union of Teachers held their REPAIRS COME a were presided over by Professor > . 3
conference in Barbados in 1946, The schooner Gita M, sailed C- G. Beasley, Economic Adviser 4 °
the Barbados Elementary Teach- from the inner Careenage where Oe Comptroller for Develop- o ®
ers Association again took up the repairs to her keel were being ment and Welfare, \% 3
idea with enthusiasm and set carried out last week and took a c iia ‘ 2 : y
é r : Ither representatives from the | 3
tt e s t . ~ar > He Master I | ®
abou getting th upport of berth near the Harbour aste Windward Islands who attended o rin e °
those who could write such books. Office. the talks i hav returned $
They had got together the The Gita. M. will load cargo for et alks ve “" . pu
. . rith > vere , c : 4
brainiest men in the island and St. Vincent and Grenada within home — were Rs . » AG

sometimes he thought that the the next two days. The schooner Acting Financial Adviser to the
trouble was then that they had a arrived two weeks ago with a Government of the Windward
plethora of brain as Mr. large shipment of cocoanut oil and Islands with headquarters _ in

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36 ins. wide
Hoyos had said, nothing had come baled cotton for the island. The Grenada, Mr Garnet Gordon,
of their efforts. Now Mr. Hoyos master of the Gita. M, is Captain Editor of “The Voice", Hon'ble Pe ard
had gone ahead on own and W. Rose and the schooner is con- Dr. Carl La Corbiniére, Mr. G. Wit as

written his book. That was an signed to the Schooner Owners’ Purchas and Mr, André Du
@ On Page 8. Association. Boulay, Planters of St, Lucia.







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PAGE SIX



Chamber of Commerce Obje

Say Sh ipping Costs : Truman receives creek awazo Plans For Coronation

Would Be Doubled

A MAJORITY of the members of the Council of
thé Chamber of Commerce have expressed their disap-
proval with the suggestion by Government that Saturday
December 27 be a Public Holiday. Nine members of the
Council are opposed to the idea as against five who

expressed agreement.

Those who have objected said
they did so on the ground that if
the day was declared a public
holiday, shipping costs and tho
cost of handling freight on that
day would be doubled. It wad
also felt that the four-day holiday
period would entail a hardship on
the average man who could not
afford to store up food for so long
a period.

Speaking on the matter at the
meeting of the Council of the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday,
Mr. W. Atkinson pointed out that
some of the firms who had ob-
jected to the day being a public
holidyy had since notified the
public that they would be closing
on that day.

Mr. Atkinson said however that
he deplored the fact that Govern-
ment had waited until so late to
get the views of the firms on the
matter, and expressed the hope
that in future adequate notice
would be given.

Mr. T. Bowring Said his firm
was one which objected to the day
being a public holiday. He sa‘d
that if the day was declared as a
holiday, and ships arrived, it
would increase the cost on the
water front, which everybody was
trying to keep down.

Mr. A. S. Bryden said he un-
derstood Government to ask
whether it was thought to be ex-
pedient to do it for the island as
a whole. He felt sure that almost
everybody would be closing to
give their employees the holiday.
However he felt that because of
the long period, a hardship would
be created both on the waterfron*
and on those people who could
not afford to store un enougli
food for the long period. He fe!
that it should be left to the option
of the people to give the holiday,

Mr. J. O. Tudor said he did not
agree that it would work any
hardship on the masses, and in
any case the small country shops
would open. It was also pointed
out that the increased cost on the
waterfront which had been men-
tioned could only be in respect of
the particular day, and not for
the whole period.

However the Council decided to
renly to Government pointing out
‘hat the Chomber on a majority

diennnroved of the day being
s“lared 9 public holiday, and
resting to Government that in
ture earlier notice be given so
hot shipping srrangements could
> made,

Trinidad Chamber
GfConmierceThank
W.1. Delegates

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec, 18.
Trinidad Chamber of Commerce

unanimously passed a_ resolution

to-day recording their apprecia-
tion of the programmes formu-
lated at the Prime Ministers Con-
ference in London for eonomic
development in the Common-
wealth, The resolution also accord-
ed warmest thanks for the work
done by Mr. Gomes and Mr

Adams in the capacity of advise:

to the Secretary of State tor ih

Colonies at the parley.

The Chamber agreed to the sus-
gestion that Won. Allan Storey,
the President, cable the text of
the resolution to Mr. Adams, Re-
turning thanks Mr. Gomes who
had addressed the Chamber on the
recent Commonwealth Economi
Conference said he did so not only
on his own hehalf but also on be-
half’ of “my distinguished col-
Jeague” at the Conference Mr.
Grantley Adams. Mr. Gomes add-
ed that Hie thought that Mr. Adams
would be very pleased to know
the Chamber had again taken the
initiative and expressed its appre-
ciation of the work done in
London,

Addressing the Trinidad Cham-
ber of Commerce this morning Mr.
Albert Gomes, Minister for Lab-
our, Industry and Commerce cde-
clared that Imperial Preference





was “most vital to the economic
survival of British West Indian
territories”. Mr. Gomes who wa
Speaking on the Commonwealth
Economic Conference which he
and Mr, Adams attended ad-
visers to the Secretary of State

said whatever the f$ture of world
trade and finance, multilateralism
must never mean abandonment of
the system of Imperial Prefer-

ences,
Must Be Emphatic

The British West Indies mu
be emphatic in their support of
retention of the Preferential sys-
tem because without it “our eco-
nomy would be defenceless.” Mr.
Gomes continued “it is only realis-
tic to assume that there wil! be
hard bargaining in the future as
between countries in the sterling
area and dollar countries over the
proposed convertibility exercise.
It is for this reason that I lay so
much emphasis on the importance
of Imperial Preferences and sug-
gest to the British West Indie
that an adequate slogan for u
might well be “we must have Pre-
ferences or we will perish’.” Mr.
Gomes asserted that the import-
ance of the economic talks was
that they marked the end of onc
policy of the Commonwealth
eterling area and the be :
another one. He warned that con-
vertibility will not be easy to
achieve. It must of necessity be ‘a
slow ahd carefully planned under-
taking.” In this view unless ster-
ling could be made ultimately t
venture beyond the protective bar-
rier and regain its position as a
medium of world trade an ex-
change the future of Common-
wealth countries would be one of
recurring crises. A more positive
policy was clearly necessary. He



10 of
ng o



Rates For Chaniber
Of Com. Journal
Will Be Increased
As from the lst of January next

year, the subscription and adver-

tising rates for the Chamber of
will be



Commerce Journal in-
creased by 50 per cent.
Recommendations made by the

Journal Committee to this effect
were yesterday accepted by the
Council on a motion by Hon. K.
R. Hunte, seconded by Mr. C. D.
Bynoe. A suggestion by Mr. T
Bowring that the matter be re-
ferred to the next Quarterly Gen-
eral Meeting was not supported.
Both Mr. Bowring and Mr. A.
S. Bryden expressed doubt as
whether the Journal was of a
benefit to the Chamber, and
pointed out that many of the
members only subscribed to the
Magazine, and bought advertising
space because of their patriotism.



They also doubted whether oth-
er similar organisations to whom
copies were sent did not just “put
them aside,”,

Hon. K. R. Hunte counselled
the Council not to quibble over
small matters like increased ad-

vertising rates and subscription,
and urged them to let the journal
continue for at least another year.
He said that. Barbados should not
belittle itself in the eyes of the
other colonies who also had
Chamber of Commerce Journals
because of a few dollars.

He was supported by Mr. By-

noe, and Mr. S. H. Kinch, the
Acting Chairman. Suggestion by
Mr. Bowring that the matter

should be put to the General Body
for their approval or disapproval
was not supported,

— eee

Speech Day

@ From page 3.

the elementary schools—alrmost
too magnificent, for 1,132 turned
up tO be examined on one day'
Their testing had to be staggered
over a period of several days and
the results we hope to announce
in a few days’ time, This influx

4k Bring our scholarship popu-
lation to near the Hundred aie

bul he

Scholarship winners in
most cases justify the expendi-
ture {| ting pace as it were
for the other members of their
forms. A holarship winner is
after all potentially one of tne
most valuable members in a com-
munity and should be treated as
such. These Moody Scholarships
are awarded in honour of Dr. Her-
old Moody, that great educator

and humanitarian gentleman who
strove



to do so much to bridge
the gap between the privilege
few and the many-headed. We
hope that winners of thes« chol-
irships will one day be moved
by intellectual curiosity read
the biography of this benefactor
to mankind in general and t
their race in particular and so
come to cherish his memory acros

the vale of years and ever re-
member him as one of those who
“were honoured in their gener-
ations and were the glory of their
times.”
Building Programme

Fortune in the words of Virgil
has been kind to bold beginnings
in our case for our building pro-
gramme although systematic and

extensive can hardly keep pace
with demands for entry, We are
acutely aware of the heavy re-

sponsibility which is ours in many

cases to “break the yoke of in-
auspicious stars” but we are
cheered and heartened by your

goodwill. Your ready co-operation











your abiding interest, your very
presence here today are the span
and measure of your goodwill
which is to us like the shadow of
v great rock in a weary iand,
With your assistance it has been
possible to establish a precarious |
beach-head against the dark!
forces of ignorance intolerance
ind prejudice. We shall not flag
in our efforts to reclaim mall
portion of the = den nder-
growth of illiteracy and to plant
there the herb of knowlege
without which Plato assures us
virtue is impossible, |
And now I am going to ask|
Mr. Justice Chenery to present |
the prizes and certificates, We ar |
grateful to him for coming here |
and presenting these |
trophies. It is well known how]
busy a man Judge Chenery is
yet he, a true friend of the school
can always find time to assist us
at Spor meetings oy Speech
Days. We are deeply grateful to

him and to the management of
the Globe Theatre for permitting
us to use their fine auditorium

One final word of congratulation
to the prize-winners, and of con-
solation for those who receive
neither prizes nor certificates
this occasion. Always










ony
remember }
that effort is not lost. Not to have }

BARBADOS AI





AT THE WHITE HOUSE, President Truman smiles as he is decorated
with the Silver Phoenix Medal, highest award of the Hellenic Boy
Scouts. Demetrius Alexatos, national commissioner of the scouts,
makes the presentation. At left, John D. Calergis, Counselor of the
Greek Embassy in Washington, holds a piece of marble from the Par-
thenon, which was also given to the Chief Executive. (International)

US. Will Challenge
British Jet Planes

LONDON.
finally decided to challenge Britain’s
jet air supremacy. An 1l-man team of Government
experts, it is announced in Washington, has been set
up to plan jet air transport.

Charles Horne, who is Civil Aeronautics Administra-
tor, said the team would help the Government and plane
producers to get together “at the earliest practicable
stage.”

Chamber Of Coni.
Prontise To Tidy



AMERICA has

Americans have envied Britain’s
jet superiority ever since the first
Comet went into service and cries
have been heard on all sides that
the United States was losing val-
uvable trade and prestige.

“ty EF ny 2. The cries have evidently been
4 . 7 j y

City I ol lourists heard in the right places for

Horne revealed that Government

The Chamber of Commerce has

funds are to be sought to pay for







promised to co-operate fully with jet tests The request will be
he Government their effort made to the new Congre

get the city tidied up for the tour- Two years ago Congress gave
t season which began this week. aithority f such tests, but when
rhe, Council f the Chamber the necessary funds were asked
greed to circularise business firms ¢ yw, the government twice said no.
the city, and particul those

n the water front, asking them da Horne 4 I hope, in
» re-wash their buildings and of Britain’s actual airline

clean up for the tourist season operation of the Comet, we may
Mr. S. H. Kinch lauded Gov- be directed to proceed with the
rnment on their action, and said programme. It is inevitable that

it was a “first class idea.” sooner or later We must do this.

Hon, K. R. Hunte hinted that
steps should be taken to rid the
city of seattered debris from the
garbage cans, thrown on the
street by people who search the
refuse bins, as well as*t6é léssen
the incidence of begging from
tourists.

In addition to circularising
members the Chamber decided
to invite representatives of firms
concerned to a meeting to dis-
cuss, the matter at the Quarterly
Genetal Meeting on January 8

that

i told how the team of ex-
perts will go to work. Together
they will become a central source
of information on jet develop-
ments by keeping in ‘touch with
plane makers, the armed services,
experimental laboratories, and
foreign governments and agencies.

This is taken to mean _ that
Britain’s idea ill be carefully
studied. Chief of the experts is
George Haldeman, who is head
of the Civil Aeronautics Board’s
aireraft engineering division.

—L.E.S.







UC, Council Accept
Amended Rules

Thermal Energy
Project For








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B.LF. Well

Plans for the 1953 British
Industries Fair are well advanced
and indications are that it will be
more interesting and attractive
than ever before, according to Mr,
Aubrey R. Starck, O.B.E.. Her
Majesty’s Trade Commissioner in
the British Caribbean and Bermu-

da.

“As the 1953 Fair will take place
just before the Coronation of Her
Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the
Fair is being made as interesting
as possible for prospective buyers
from overseas” stated Mr. Starck.
Continuing he said that the Fair
will be opened simultaneously in
London at Earls Court and Olym.
pia and in Birmingham at Castle
3romwich on Monday 27th April ;
ind will close on Friday, 8th May,

Overseas buyers will be admit-
ted free on presenting an official
invitation card. These _ invita-
tions are being sent direct from
London to firms on the mailing
list but the Trade Commissioner
will be pleased to issue invitation
cards te business people who have
not previously visited the Fair or |
who believe that their names are |
not On the mailing list. “I do not |
expect to receive my supply of |
invitation ecards until early in
1953,” said Mr. Starck, “but any
applications received by me will
be dealt with when the cards ar-
rive.”

Advance and final editions of
the catalogue of the Fair are being
published separately for London
and Birmingham, Advance copies
are expected to reach Trinidad
early in February.

As-on previous occasions the
London section of the Fair will
cover the light industries, such as
chemicals, chemists supplies, cut-
lery and jewellery, fancy goods,
foodstuffs, furniture, travel and
leather goods, china and glass
ware, plastics, stationery, scien-
tifie and photographic goods,
textiles and clothing, sports goods
toys and games etc, The engineer-

Coronation
Celebrations

The Council of the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday advised the
Coronation General Committee
that the Chamber was not coms
petent to submit a list of the firms
interested in assisting in a Water
Pageant during the Coronation
Celebrations, and suggested tha |
the Committee interview direc ‘
the firms they thought interestec
The Coronation Committe
wrote to the Chamber informin
the latter body that it was pro )
posed to stage a Water Pogean
during a night of the Coronatio
Celebrations\with decorated float:
preferably with fire works, anc
nviting them to submit a list of
firms or combinations of firms that
were prepared to supply the de-
corated floats or assist in any way
In his letter to the Chamber,
the Secretary of the Committee
stated that it was felt by his Com-
mittee that a Water Pageant
weuld be much appreciated by the
large number of persons who
could see it from the waterfront
and the beaches, and that it would
be an impressive item on the pro-
gramme of the celebrations.

Te Amended Draft Rule . i
which were prepared for the St. Lucia SENATOR SPARKMAN
»hamber of Commerce by Mr LONDON. ARRIVES IN TOKYO
G. A. L. Pile were accepted by In the House of Commons on
the Council at their meeting yes- wednesday, December 10th, Mr. | TOKYO, Dec. 18.
terday, and will be referre » David Jones, (Labour, The Hat- Senator John Sparkman, Demo-
e Quarterly, General Meeting , epools.) asked the Secretary of cfat of Alabama. arrived in Tokyo
x” approval. State for the Colonies, Mr. on Thursday night on his round
Before the meeting adjourned, Lyttelton, when he proposes to = _s — ee neo ene
Mr. J. O. Tudor on behalf ty, make available to the Govern- Staaircan ca i , a |
Council extended the Seas¢ ment of the Windward Islands Eee a eee oo pees
Greetings to the Acting Chairman the necessary capital to enable cpeeches in Japan ae ee
who replied on behalf. of 1em io implement the report of * , f —U.P
resident he United Nations expert, who oh

ecommends the establishment on
the island of St. Lucia of a plant
to produce thermal energy from
the sulphur springs available on

XMAS GREETINGS :

The Council of the Chamber of





sommerce yesterday eceived the island.

} Seen syeseey " from a ivi. Mr. Lyttelton replied: “The

na on ais Res Saat peri a P ‘c= expert carried out a preliminary
eta aa s ae east} : Post investigation only. He reported
Moe & nd members of the Post that, before experimental drilling

ponents ould take place, a_ detailed
Greetings were sent by the Head x#eological study of the area
of the Colonial Development Cor- would be necessary As a first







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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

_ Calypsonian Puts Grenada On Record

“Pay A Visit To ‘BARBADIAN APPOINTED |
L Banc ’ ne, RECTOR OF U.S. CHURCH
he Land Of Spice

W.LNS Sy Mail Institu-
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tional Services for the Rev. S.

Alexander Walcott, M.A. D.D., Egyptian Im Peris

$s Rector of St. Ambrose Church,











LONDON, Dec. 2 9 West _ eth ee oe eae eee. Oe is
TATep ae rere aeons Nie >... om all ere conducted Sunday vvening, ne Egyptian Ambassador in Paris
UNTIL recently calypso lovers in Britain were we | Nov. 28rd:, by the Bt. Rev. presented bis creilentiala to: the
acquainted with ‘Minnie’—the one from Trinidad, “Rum Horace W. B. Donegan, D.D., President of the French Republic
. and Coca Cola”, Jamaica’s ‘Linseed Market’, and ‘Rama Bishop of New York Vincent Auriol at Elysees Palac¢
dhin and Valentine’ here on Thursday.
mn " E - Dr. Walcott was assistant to —U.P.
Things have cl now; a S “47 | Si 1 e late Dr, E. Elliot Durant,
Mew favourite ha ind its é a “ an ree Founder of the Parish for more e
Via a Melodise record int the h five years. He was born in
firesides of English home It i WM. F 52, / L > yados, and was educated in| % ne
“Grenada (Land of Spice)”, TI “ ere ian $s 1¢ primary and private schools e

s a calypso with a differ rf e
hereas vious one s l
out the tee hates and p fonp atin

fimes of West Indians this calyp-



in that island. He came to the} You pay no more

United States 29 vears ago and

ntinued his studies for the Min-| for the

istry at Lincoln University, the



#0 eulogizes an island, and a re- Swan Street merchants are University of Pennsylvania, and; GREATER
Tatively unknown one ¢ t complaining that they are faced t} Philadelphia Divinity School. |
Man responsible for is With the probiem of selling to



@nd music is 35-year-ol istac me 300 pedlars at wholesale
Watts known prof nally to pric t
Windmill audience nd to pat- profits, wl

consequent loss on

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Hu le ht fo Si ral ars n
he C unty High Sehacle ct the

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Tons of Selby Restaurant breaches’ the Price Control State of Tennessee, and at the A

Where he is now appearing R 1lions, and make exorbitant and 1 State College As a Priest |

Pete: Ricardo profits, . ! he served for nine years in the} Agents: T. S. GARRAWAY & CO., Bridgetown
What made ticardo = write This matter was’ drawn to th Anglican Diocese of Tennessee,

about his island, I asked? Sitting attention of the Chamber in before coming to New York and



in a tiny bedroom-cum-oftlice at
@ne of his three private hotels in
yiambton-road, Housow, he shot




by Mr. E. A. Benjamin who PETER RICARDO—his singing has put Grenada on the map. St
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to the next Quarterly (¢ 1-
Me a dazzling Caribbean smile ee r : = ie cil agreed e e of
Which somehow’ matched hi r 1 di os ae oe ll gh D | ‘ l a O B: | ‘ lia D > st 20
Multi-coloureq tartan shirt, nd te; p aa ae Ge oa . OUSE € ya e n ar JAC n omes 1¢cs
* ’ ‘ nh 4 . srannum
eplied: “People alway ask m nte } e
pie it the pedlars ap- in E
Where I come from, and when I During the debate to supple- I B ti There were numerous _ social
; ; \ } I re 1ercl with ; ‘ ; ee
ee oo usually they ; her 2 ; ef “9 . the eee in the a n ri a problems for those who could not —that’s one reason why
Bn’t seam to know where it i ‘ e ory of Assembly on Tuesday dealing | x adapt themselves in England
Bituated. So I decided I would ,, te t Ie x for @ with the inclusion of an item for in the United Kingdom, there = airline hes ween
Write a calypso about the island. 9,0 4, . ¥ in turn $10,000 to meet the cost of repat- were 56 vacant places for nurses Mr. C. E. Talma (L) felt it was rst choice” of interna-
Want to hear it?” ine apr B mer { whatev« © riating 19 or 20 Barbadian women in English Hospitals, a question whether the girls tlonal travelers for nearly
price they 1i mn a ‘ong term who went to the U.K in 1949 to Barbados should send girls up Wanted to return to the island © quarter of a century.
I nodded, and Ricardo, credit basis. work as hospital domestics Mr. to study nursing in the English © not. The girls were sent to the

Panying himself on guitar,
There is a lively little isl i
the Caribbean; i



in pointed out in his A. E, S. Lewis (L) said that he Hospitals so that they may re- United Kingdom to find employ-

r that th retailers had no had taken considerable interest in turn to the island an asset and Ment and also to relieve the un- NEW YORK
? t a n ¢ sll + Ie Ne. 1e ter <¢ i ayer y > r > .
rnative than to se ll to the ped- the matter and had even gone to «here would be no need for em- ©™ployment problems in the col-



























Ze ae . little island you I I the prevailing condi- the Head of the Administration ploying foreign Sister Tutors in °°. There was no sense in bring- Non-stop service by the luxurious
a’ e ever seen. , to do otherwise would and read to him certain letters that the local hogpitalzwhere there is 228 back the girls if they wanted | “E! Presidente” or via San Juan by
dt is sometimes called the Land n considerable drop in their had come here from one of the .| t atatacil tfo , © 38 to stay in Britain. They could not popular, money-saving “El Turista.”
of Spice; figures. girls who went up to the U.K. for 8° Much segregation, afford to make a Social Welfare
Wes the island of Grenade i very the Council to set up ©™Mployment. There was also a The very: peopie in England Officer put anything over them
nice. a ittee to investigate the Tumour that the Social Welfare .14 were glad to eva oe He knew of a case where a girl E U R oe Pp E
The innamon groves and the ; i vith a view to bringing Officer had recruited domestics badian girls employed. ir pais under the same scheme broke the
‘ nutmet trees, losiniat ak Aci an efor tO peel potatoes at hospitals in poo & ae 5 eT attack and lose r > Regular service by giant double
‘ ¢ ion into being, and to refer I bing floor : snitals were contract and luckily for her she “e ”
PP And tt tien re . Ri aa a ,., Ding floors in the hospitals were . di i “Ss Cc) * 1
ne the sweet scented cloves the matter t the arterly Ge England and he was one of those sot a better job in England and ecked “Strato” Clippers*—world’s
: spicing up the breeze; eral at ane, sien Ain ina ndeai who stated that it should be 2% glad to have them study after obtaining that job, ‘this airl fastest airliners —to Paris, Rome
As you gaze from the hills to th ee eA ot cata almeae th aia yhat Nursing in the same hospital, \ ae ot alate” aca Enjoy stopovers in England, Ire
sea below " cC : ; ‘ rs eke med; the fe in oe a mate ara & ‘Jo After this officer travelled the mae Done See ot re a | land. PAA Clippers also fly to India
> our . ten 25 similar 1 re J g 2 ced wy elfare Micer and sen rac )
BP You can see the coconut palms in ‘ ats Seen imilar srare lett ttie: SHIR Jength and breadth of the United jh. jciand and the Orient.
the sunset glow ' = bre eagle by Mr , Toor oe Kingdom, 40 girls were sent from “moe same Social Welfare Officer
> . ck F Y ur > . nit > . o a ae Co a > Sz > Soci fare "e)
Caught in the infectious rhythm °°°* * t : ee eaten ; Mere” = Another point he said was that Barbados to scrub floors. Some of .; uuld be sent back to the United | Vv 1
? v wa se uD o inve gate he " ; : ee > ‘ wy = ._ = . ,
that is . happy blendeof African Tha’ Goan aa t 5 the Social Welfare Officer had wae er = o Biron — Kingdom so that she could get enezve a
and = Latin rican melvdic . torted and the matter referred »Ct" nted the fact that some of OFS DUE MSY DAG to STUN BOCES: proper jobs for the girls, It was equent flights to all main cities
germs I ask: for more. Ricat to G ’ t. Nott her the girls had been chosen for because that was the only way not a question of giving the money swift Convair-type Clippers.
o Governn thing ther : : ta s & - > b
Went on singing in a caressing , % : met oe a ing furt . work in various hospitals instead the hospitals in England would put of relieving the unemploy- ;
Wevoice which is sentially West nee been heard about the o¢ remaining as domestics. accept coloured girls, ment in the island e
Sandian : matter 1! a Dr
OAs J ‘ . here was r proof that the
Behe perfum'd dew lies heavy on He would like to know if some Another Officer Wanted hac aeaibiaes oe leis hd and
Y girls were willing to return anc 7 “fy PAA”
the grass, 7 r fk 9 of the girls had not come back be- iene ’ 5 that they were working happily. ‘ou can now “fly PAA” almost any-
Ww hc n at dawn you open your ‘ rees Or cause money was not provided Another Social Welfare Officer Soma et diam iasnita ane einer where—in fact, to 83 countries
i eyes at last. for their passage. He had heard shouJjd bd appointed Members ~ , and colonies on six continents,

which able contract and found better

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ou eat Avocado and sapadilla S ; ti ; C l f* ‘ that two or three girls had re- Should go for schemes jobs and it would be nonsense
mon cat an a J aus turned and he would be willing Would help the island, As to the tc - ein to bring the girls back | Tor reservations, see your
"4 Travel Agent or

mind mangoes and guavas are to vote for the passage of one reason why the girls were com-

to the island for them to be un-!
such a treat; By HARRY ETH#KIDGE. girl so that he could hear about ing back, they should not spec- «. ,Joyed.
os hen to Grand Anse beach you WINNIPEG, Man. what was happening to the ulate, It was a most unpleasant The motion that the amount be
i will be sure to go, The Manitoba. Government is others. thing to spend the whole of the yequced by $10,000 was then put
mor the most beautiful sea-bath- ;



ing the half-way mark of a These girls had managed to day on one’s knees scrubbing and 4, the vote and agreed to by a ‘- Worse
' nt designed to provide Santa remain in England for the full a world not Gonbs that cree of 11—2 division. i Reet ae
eople all, let Ricardo give us wit lenty ‘of es mg the contrac some e girls were suffe; r rs i » reduc- R , — J 2
P Tye atiias " ) Bive Claus with plenty ‘of. trees on length of the contract. Some of 1@ Gir's et ae: eile : _ Members voting for the oa It’s easy to keep surfaces clean and shining — just give
you 5 advice, which to hang his gifts for many the workers in the scheme did S€Mse of frustration especially if {jon were Mr. A, E. S. Lewis, Mt th ick rub over with a little Vi | very
pePay a visit to Grenada the Land Christmases to come. not remain the full length of the they had no hope of getting 1, A. Williams, Mr. B, W. Barrow, “AN MERICAN em a quick rub over with a little Vim on a damp cloth every
. of Spice. E _ The province has been compil- contract and there was some-= better employment. Mr. C. E. Talma, Mr. O Allder, be day. Vim is 80 smooth — it won't scratch — leaves ail
After listening to him I could n inventory of its forest thing behind this. He wanted to Some of-the girls had been for- Mr, F. Miller. Mr. J. E. 11 Worto Meanary surfaces polished and bright. Use Vim for a// your cleaning—
Well understand wv hy the son; lth for the past two anda half know why these girls should tunate in obtaining better employ- Brancker, Mr. J. C. Mottley, Mr. | it’s so quick and easy to use.
Was gaining popularity. E Y- year Officials of the forestry de- yeturn now. ment but for those who were EF. D. Mottley, Mr. W. A. Craw-| Do Costa & Co, lid

Mwhere I appeared, at private partment feel “it will be March of scrubbing the floors there wege ford and Mr. Holder. | Broad Street — Bridgetown
Picea’ at clubs, at the Windmill, 1956 before the inventory is com-

Some Married also certain social problems attach- The Deputy Leader, Dr. H G Phone 2122 (After business hours 2303)
used to sing ind found that pleted. ed to the occupation which they Cummins and Mr, M. EB, Cox} t YM Rea., PAA. INE
ore liked it,” Ricardo went on At that time. they hope to know Some of the girls in England carried out voted against the reduction.
explain, “then Melodisec asked the numbe f trees now standing had got married and he felt it | :
@e to record it.’ in the province, their ages, their would be a wrong thing if they||~ —
R Unlike : most calypso _ sing 7h easy 1 prospects of survival voted for this money and thus



‘s ing you will ever know.
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icardo i very versatile e majority of North America’ hastened the return of these +
egings in many languages—from a Christmas trees—the black spruce, pirtc t, sae Adland zi Sat ees > .
ore: mambo he will switch to 6 ¥ Douglas fir or Balsam fir hy oo pail sal oe ' Te rT 3 cleans everything
@ Naepglitan love song and wind come from British Colombia or A r his a the i land ta n it . 3 m hl d dil
Mp with a comic song in Cockney the Maritime provinces Fecha : eae? Tig ENGRAVING 2
alect, with amazing dexterity, Land in the Kootenay district would be a most dangerous thing ” Ss oot y an spee I y

of the west coast province is ideal for them to know that they were

Before preaking into show- for raising the Douglas fir, the Sent for by this House. All pens bought from us
; x raising th ylas fir, the ) S y 1 us
Business he worked on Canadian Yuletide mainstay for homes all Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) s | I k
Ships; was a chef at Benthill’s in over the continent that he would like to know v will be engraved with
Middlesex; became 3

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a Company These trees are marketed by big paid the return passages of the |
Sergeant Major Instructor at the Canadian and United States com- three girls who had returned. | your name or initials free
War Office Small Arms School of panies, but the growing of them Three years ago when they

Musketry and served for seven is mainly a family industry. Each agreed to send the girls up, it

years in the Middle Ea t and family produces a group of trees was known that there would be |

Italy with the Royal Fusiliers small plot. a certain amount of cost to send K-Â¥ 407-908
While in the army he was ligi n Manitoba, too, most of the them up. There were 40 girls and

Weight boxing champion of t trees sold commercially are pro- none of them felt that after the * ‘ ;

Fusiliers. His most prized possess- duced on private land. But very three ; We take this opportunity to wish

years, they would have to
fons are the numerous silver cups few of them are exported to other , : n

‘ F 1 4h $ . pay their return passage to the y
=—boxing . ies—\ P ie parts of the Dominion o > Unit- : i
erg, Wophlee whim he Darts of the Dominion or the Unit~ Siang our many Customers and Friends Y. De LIMA

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@ditions of Revudeville at the for Manitoba-grown Christma® would be back in three years for «& co., LTD.



Windmill Theatre this year of trees and the city is large enough it was felt that they would ex- ° @ t
his future plans, he says: “Next to Keep scores of spruce growers tend their contract and some rispy Tis mas.
year I am returr s to Grenada busy and _ provide them with a would have gone over to nurs-
Zor a holiday. n I will fill he Someta sRCOME ing. He was not convinced that
Myself with all those avacado e percen everything was done to explain ‘
’ ears, coconuts, and 1padillas get ees rown land re so to the girls the responsibility of Marine Gardens.
: ‘ mee ~ e giy yout.” ( th > > seasor Ss i ve- a ad ee a . - * ¥ r 7 > « as ,
Mthat I have been singing about ly low because of the provincial *h¢, Barbados Government. THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO. LTD. g and at Greystone Village

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indiscriminately. He did not believe that mem- NOISY & WORRYING
CHICAGO, Dec. 18. The provincial government will a oe og e ge on dae P
The Brodie Siamese twins Roger allow permits for cutting only if these girls to go up if they fe
and Rodney dozed. in aeiavatt it Wit dititinave the health of the at the time that they would have AT TIMES ?
cribs for the first time in their remaining trees; for instance, a returned at the end of three years
lives after a protracted operation stand that is too thickly stocked. “It would be better to start a
that severed the tissue nerve cords In recent years, a number of Revolving Fund to send everyone e





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: Siamese ‘I W ms best friends. By screening very ' olu ion appeare d to be too | % ADVERTISEMENTS AND CHANGES IN ¥
! y application to cut Vague. The girls should be made
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nd blood vessels that joined them ican concerns h ive ares in the island to England for x the Classified Section and all Advertisements a
at the top of their sk permis n to cut what they term three years and have some fun,” s d istinyvs i i av avy ‘T'vp in the x
a “table trees.” These are trees yyy cawtoi said : GIVE THEM +4 2 and Listings in Display (Heavy l'y pe) ir he >
Medical men warned that the out two feet high. aes te in dean 2 y 1953 Telephone Directory are the Colonial Ad- x
history making surg wor be Th ee 7 ar vernment has This is a small colony and they 3 tisi € (B’dos) Ltd { Jar Street %
istory making surgery Would be ne provincial government 3 6 P r an bart ny Ta ThA: 5 . gZ 9 ac std., of James + et,
followed a critical period for turne thumbs down on the = could not afford to embark on A BOX OF CRAYONS AND A PAINTING BOOK x Vertising vi ed ae ~~ } s
I urned re ay r f +1} » 512 o whi n .
the fifteen month old boys and ,¢ t in most cases because if a Schemes that do not pay. Some} s Bridgetown (Telephone 5134) to whom all en ~
l¢ i n ont . ar yuest ir rrost cases “cause . ‘S
j “ t t . ¢ . » girls in England are try- * . x ui should be addressed ‘
said the “ultimate outcome is ur ee reaches the height of two feet, Of the girls in Eng g % quiries should be addres <
known.” it stands an excellent chance of ing to find work and every effort t will them quiet for hours % $
Roy Brodie an Illinois farmer survival should be made to make the} 1% Correspondence dealing with Changes in :
neld prayerful watch with his wif However. in order to make a Situation more satisfactory, In ° Oe ae T t08 || eae wevel >
st outside the doors of the oper- o numerous reque t; future it would be advisable to e $ Listi: or Extra Listings sl! ild , hov : € ; ~
ating room yesterday while the s. the find out how rosy the prospects : > continue to be addressed to the Telephone 3
smooth working team of surgeo nave are before they send out people.” We have llea ) . of RK Company, P.O. B 2712 Sg
and specialists 1 ured for 12 1eed- ; / | s eee % Ss
hours 40 minutes to separate his : i Mr, E. W. Barrow (L) said} % e S
sons rves. that as far as he could see the % >
“God, it sure looks good to see Hence th -year inventory Scheme was preconceived, At the oO % -ACk NOTR as
them apart” he said, as the was provided for by time of the scheme a Social Wel- | PAINTING BO KS 2 ear a he x
were wheeled out of the yrests act passed by fare Officer was on pre-end 0 iy FINAL IATE FOR %
in separ ate cril hre years ago. The contract leave. There were many | TRACING BOOKS s $ SENDING IN x
The boys were joined at inventory is being Barbadians and other West In- | % Ch oA a I it { %
of their eads i their » provinces and the dians who could do the job of | . inges and a LIST O! .
3 's inting i opposite | dire Social Welfare Officer, This offi- STORY B KS | x the 1958 DIRECTORY is the *
octors said the operation to . inventory in cer spent almost : the latter | 4 ; : i
t rate the twins was a daring and Manitoba at $950,000 of ok sr aie oon of sieges ia we AND % 3ist of DECEMBER 19 >
anger yne.—U.P nara te ¢ dateramine ta : , a niece »
@angerous on U.P. ich tr government 1S travelling from one end of the | 1% e x
paying 5 United Kingdom to the other try- C OO S | *
; ji nae Department has jing to induce authorities there A B B K | ¥% >
GROUND ACTION bn os sad and that she would be able to supply M x After this Date no Changes, Extra ss
5 was aa a fabour fc jobs in English hos- 1% ae S,
LIGHT IN KOREA ‘ot : i ps pitals which jobs English girls TO CHOOSE FRO % Listings ete., can be made. x
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NT | y yy y Y s, said: his matter is in
ANTED Ss Pre Colonies vic !
CLASSIFIED ADS.| ee ocal History Reader teps To Prevent (iris, “instance, one ior the
oo 0 Li Government of Antigua. I am
TELE PHONE 2508 HEL? >. ‘ J z od Iner ‘ease Mf and consulting the Governor and will
sathtiailiedthienadanieisneatnluliiiaiantainesatiag — sthipsaitendibatinniil tne ianinenliiekidipiniaecieeninnt @ From Page 5 ' I — eo “ ommunicate with the hon, mem-=
z ELECTRICIAN Experienced Diese! | ODp i challenge for r Barbad¢ as the only R f A r ser when I have his reply.”
DIED KOK SALE reauired by" Pioneer Ind ma. They should give colony up to date that had set Kents In Antigua» “BUP
” nly capa I ex be r. H ) ne hundred per cent t to implement the recom- LONDON
. Ure Rveeate °¢ or" was nese mane 4 ance re oneeeene In the House of Commons on In Touch With Barbados
ta AUTOMOTIVE 12.523 ely him but of helping them- by C.U.T. six years 4 ° T Seeks 9 hth ©
eee ; —— niin lacleas. Mr. Hove had done @ bis In Carlisle Bay Pueeday, December Mh, Mr. Coastal Station
EXPERIENCED COOK required. | , > rhe Presi said that it was ;David Jones, (Labour, The Har- - a “ope
¢ Enfield e- : 4 with § ' esi = aeons - Schoo: 8 ankiyn RR. F es | +t] ols ake secrets Cable an fireless ( ) . advise
i ce it « con- t really necessary for them to 5 ith, ales te gre Gi 5 a as,) asked the eer bas that they can now communicate with
itul q i thank ) the ) peeches because oo for ggg me geo the >owin | ships through their Bar-
| oes 1A ition the ere all agreed on the neces- Vessel: --Caribvce |he proposes to take to prevent bados Coast Station:—
aa Weaaan MISCELLANKEQUS eg book as that writ- ARRIVAL the indiscriminate increase of , $-%., Prospector. ss. Caltex oe.
wane Fe , »2 200M—Gentleman is board Barbados in the Lead ’ Ir. Hoy The latter was) MV. Athebrook, 23 from Trin-|land rents on the island of 5, Geirulv, s.s. Thaumastas, s5.s.
Be * hes Se Smeal \ t f fact < : them writ specime i ier Capt Williams.|} Antigua; and whether he con- Lumen, s.». Rajah, s.s. Avranches, 3.5.
| ate resic ce, B stree rea , j \ of fact, at the esenting them with a specimen . 5 2 > r
t 19 th . ; Pt H. Jasor s & Co ider the establishment of rent Doleres. ss. Kollgri, s.s. Viator, s.s.
, \ ie dan it at permanency. W ale 38. of the Caribbean py of his book and he would “gee nlicht from Trinidad | 1G © compe . ,, Myrim, s.s. Enterprise, s.s. Kenneth
Teaset dees, : ; St. | Ens a | Uniog ot Teachers held in Trin-| arrange for the Executive Com- under Captain A Beimar. Consigned to|control and so prevent the McKay rader, s.s. Nestor, s.s?
Offer mn wiiting to Cave Shep-} — fad, Barbados was given hon- ittee of re Association to read the Schooner Ov Acseclation jev ictions from the land of on ee s eg oo
- ee ‘ 1 I ble mentic ‘ “a ¢ o eos M.V. Caribbes from ominica » te . y whi 1AaV az § » &.5 a iza~
VARDE—1r rome of Florence 7 , 2 | PURI ic § AL ES > ene ntion because once and to indicate how far they en - che. Chemanes “| D¢ asant: , details of whic Dave wows Wanda, 's.s.°S. Rosa, s.s
Yarde who was called to res ' } 4 wei Hy | igain it had given the West In- ¢ prepare to support the tne schoor Association jbeen sent to him Stuga 5 Mostank, s.s. Falkanger,
of December 1951 oAR sa | |} dies the lead. For on that ox work es, ¢ from Liver- | M.S ila, s.8. Botne, s.s. Norse. King,
‘ year : gone bey are . e ——j casion it was announced that he Secreta of the Associa- pe : : 3 Di amond. Agents: | In his reply, Mr. Oliver Lyttel- oe ee ae eee pF. ee _
ith a € h ‘ : : 5 2 Costa & Co « - oe ? tanger, s.s. Roda
M the go if I F REAL ESTATE pi tion, Mr. F, H. Barker, said thats s5 Geiruiy, 3.160 tons, from -jton, Secretary of State for the Bayano, | ss. Ariguani, s.s. Cedric.
‘ he of : E 7 \} i U OR, N santa: ne would like to point out what gow under Captain T. Eidbo-Hansen.| — ———— —_——_—_—_—_—— nee
I t t t Everton | ° S $ Situat the beach t | He 2 LIC E SE NOTICI is reall necessary to be done. Consigned to Plantations Ltd
‘ emembered Everton - 7 oo ons (REMOVA ae p P }
Yarde (sor Althea, Claude, Keith nan Jy “ wees, Apel to By Sunte,! tha appticat § Aoletacn, Seeds M he various Head Teachers could, DEPARTURES SHIPPING NOTICES
ui ‘ 7 ae Gare eae 2 , Pe ee aa eee 2 older of I wt -N 1 of 1 the recommendation of the sch, Mary E. Caroline for Dominica
P re mas mempennetiail : Pinal mated ‘ \ ed ecutive Committee request ™.V. Athelbrogk for Trinidad
phere 7 ; hingled shop attached 1 “ie . : ‘ S.8. Brazil for Bahia --
» undersigned 1 offer for sale at } t Mr. Hoyos's book should be
I ‘\ N ‘ : } Yr ¢ » € 7 Z reet trid ed ' 1 7 :
OK RENT RGLAAN (STATION WAGON Cony mete often toy, © Wn cerry Site [oe tomas ta temote ont tier icluded on the list of books for Saneell ROYAL NETHERLANDS
00 b ¥. “ee : me, . ae : vet Y t Sth f ! te bi 3 . 1 o id k var 24 i hop | tuat > variou schools He thought awe | STEAMSHIP co. | b si c
gtappcaintatctiaohi sont cncpeinpseninine BRADSHAW & COMPANY The me or dwellinghouse known | * : a > use chat it was essential that they Ts : | The M/V. “CARIBBEE” will
‘ (.n. {as HEMPST aaa tescribed } ‘ | ane ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA accept Cargo and Passengers for
— ecaaie ; acres, 3 roods, 23 lett this day of December, 1952.) procure the co-operation of the FROM PUERTO RICO SAILING FROM EUROPE Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
HOUSES enna ne 4 hustad at ttinda.|??'—2; 8. EDWARDS, Esq | Director of Education and then Dec. 17 5 |M.S. HERA 19th December, 1952. Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing
ELECT ICAL, bury R t Michael p PNCe Memerre | all would be plain sailing. He had . Orville Howell, Cynthia E. Howell,;S S| COTTICA 26th Soe es x00 Friday, 19th inst 8
The dwellinghouse gontains VWerandat t ‘ ; ae ' . J Lord, Marjorie Lord, Lindsay|M.S. NESTOR Sth January
FARAWAY—Fully furnished 3 bed- FRIGERATOR One Ret wing and dining ‘sasins, sittiae \ NCER } yt that if the Association Wiiiams Rosalie Williams, Alexandria|\1S. HELENA 16th January, ‘mt The M/V. “MONEKA” will
toom house, St. Philip coast. Lighting | C t, 4 cu, ft. in good « Se ae a ee et See for Appl.cant thei ews known to the Williams, Enid Tull, Borbara, Williams. | M.S CON yy oe accept Cargo and Passengers for
plant, Watermill supply, Carport, 2) Can be used as Ice Bo Neskee. Genuine’ Gaaen = , N Thi p! i be sid director and sought his approval, Alan Cheeks, Ruby B. Crichlow area SAILING Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Servant rooms. Monthiy rent 960 plus| or 4677. 17, 12 Oe eee ete yl Jered at a Licensing Court to be held « t there Woult’ be no diieulty: Seiee. Paget i. Alves» Eugenia | Alves. | S-ORANJESTAD 30th December. 1952, |) Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial)... “ _ appli ies on the pert ’ t ye at tt ek ot Pa incr PW ays i" roam + Cuthbert | Cart Viol Cc arter uri AILI ae Sarre GUIANA Tuesday 23rd inst
4476 1:11,52—t.0.n GARRARD—3-Speed Automatic Record “OTTLE, CATH mm 6 08 D am \ Hoyos book Clarke, Pierre Laviane, y _ Massel, | AND B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
7 We ese LS wom 1 Changers just received 5 limite COT ’ \ IRD I j EDWARDS ad Cr ; E. M errill Leroy Johnson,| M.\S. STENTOR 26th December, 1952. ASSOCIATION (INC.),
NEWHAV v Fully fur nished 4-bed- | quantity P. C. S. Maffec Ltd : t Di t i + > ‘ Audre MeKear S.S. COMTICA 12th January, 1953. Consignee. Dial No. 4047,
room house, Crane coast Doub'e Gorage t.f.n = rt \ r presenting he Secretary FROM TRINIDAD M.S NESTOR 23rd January, 1988,
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water ~ - " ). 12. 02h I en copy of his forth- Dec. 18 : |M.S. BONAIRE 9th February, 1953. B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’
raill supply. Monthly rent $78 plus 93] | JUST RECEIVED 1) t AUCTION c K OR LICENSE NOTICE °°? book, “Our Common Heri- LL. Sealy. M Rost, M. meat le SAILING TO ee Se ASSOCIATION ane)
e 7 ? J ANCE. of YE RADIO reut ne d ES ; n ; se Gibbs ° ol Ca , %
“ie watch a mt t4.n,| all Short-Wave Bi ¢. 8. Maf - ut ieat f wilia n Good »| tage”, Mr. Hoyos withdrew and 1, J. Jac F. Lea-|M.S. HERA 5th January, 1953. Consigmes, Dial Oe akal
& Co. Lt By instructior ibs wence ( See a of “— es he A lation proceeded to deal Vard, A. Smitt Jackman,.|M.S. HELENA 2nd February, 1953. neon
ANNOUNCEMEN rs een At ee at ane eee aero. Be Ste pirit 1 &c., at » | With o thet rete on their crowd- R. Haynes, M. Lee Chan, S. Lee Lum. | 8. Pz MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD.,
— p.m. at General Motor 'B Co., Ne bohkeat 5 été Show ‘wid ed agenda Sad } \. SSS
Ss Street. 1952 Austin erset Sedan Car Four Roads, St. Philip 7 , FROM ST. LUCIA |
_ LIVES TOCK ; Gamaeeein ‘wanidend h a : an ae 19 Dec. 17
7 é ———— nares months. Terms CASH. Vauxhall Fe I A. W. HARPEI ‘ I. Stross, J. Collinwood
CLASSIC ECNIC FOOTWEAR | JENNY DONKEY. First offer of 85.00 | "“Morr:s Bumps \ gd T ; FROM ANTIGUA ana lam a inna FaMS ips
COMPETITION opted. Appl *. Gibbons, Folke R. ARCHER McKENZ! oie » E | d's Dec. 18
Will all those who have been issued | tone, St. Jame ap. 38, 52-12) 16.12. 52—41 WILLA GOODING 0 Save ng: an 1: Fleatadeie a
tickets in cemnection with this cempe- Pee ee ——_— Applicant DEPARTURES BY B.W.L/ a ———

A " . IN Arrives ves Sails Arrives
tition please call at the Office of the ‘: ot : 7 Ch } — FOR TRINIDAD SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails 5 eres
Barbad rt Export Co., Ltd t aay Y ne oT ee ee + ure 1eés wilkes-Jones, P. O'Connor, P 49 Montreal Halifax Barbados Barbados
ion santect siemens OF ce ee PUBLIC NOTICES |e so oon okenee a Eien D. eects. © | cow, consmmcrce ® | WO'Dee. "B'Dee.” 8 Dec.” 30 Dee.

19.12,52—8n | “ONGAN-—One Chapel Oraan in wo she 20th Gav ef Des a 52. fhe Archbishop of Canterbury preece, V. Taurel, V. Wiggins, J Wig- | CDN. CHALLENGER He! om = — 22 aan 27 Jan.

ing order. Phone 2644, Se TN eee eR rf oe, Tae « k, a.m ¢ Lora Chanceilor last week gins, A. Watson e Avgard, a A a : Rear Saeeetrcn “e = a - Feb. 5 Feb. 10 Feb.
ae 912.522 : LARPEI ‘ = B. Scott. D Aagard, A. Aag ; STRI pe - 27 Jan. feb.
A MESSAGE FROM FATHER | _ Kialeeneih ‘ , NOTICE he. Pollee Masivwate, ¥ inaugurated the Historic Churches ¢’ “Aagard, A. Aagard M. Zubilliaga, CDN. CHALLENGER. ‘ 10 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 34 Fob.
CHRISTMAS § § ly reservation Trust with an appeal, Zupilliaga, A. Hurstfield, J. Rahr } CNN CRUISER ‘ - eb o mal : .
é 1 3 . A os y 9 . 2 Mar.
To all my Uttle friends to meet me POULTRY ees eae She a ; er the patrenag@of the Queen, Wynne, N. Eimes, M. Elmes, R. Morreil, CDN. CONSTRUCTOR. “ 19 Mar. 19 Mar, 19 Mar. 4.
at “Mayfair Gift Shep” on Menday 22nd by the Clerk os + £ 4,000,000, to be rais | ov ” A. Mora.s, A. Hamblin, N. Laughlan, 3 CDN. CHALLENGER ; -- . 2
and Tuesday 23rd from 5 to 6 p.m. I'll oe . a Ch noc > or . , » be raised over pi, D. Smith | .
be looking for you 19.12.52—2n | FIVE TURKEY COCKS weighing be- 1958 Christmas E he next ten years. ae FOR ST. KITTS | NORTHBOUND Sails Arrives Sails. Arrives Sg
: 12—14 Ibs. for particulars. Dial dows of the These irche "othe great Dec. 18 | Demerara Barbados Barbados - John Hat
ts se mepncnincectornnficnnemenssiinangiond Eustace Gibbs 19.12.62——2 surtdy ae Cor . | fese churches are the great- bee sramer, N. Cramer, F. | CDN CRUISER -. 20 Dec. 23 Dec. 24 Dec. 5 Jan. an.
SUNDAY TIMES: “Keep in touch oo uggeslions est Of all our national possessions,” ssjiugar iderland | CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 3 Jan. 6Jan. Jan. 15 zen. 1 Ai.
with Britain, Read the Sunday Times, in be obtainec aid the Archbishop. “Each be- | CDN. CHALLENGER 1% Jan ~ a = oa > Feb 14 Feb.
Britain's best informed Sunday News ,0US Office FOR BOB... ongs to its < sople: but the FOR GRENADA . CDN. CRUISER 31 Jan. 3 Feb. e ee. Use
paper, flown to wou the same week of 7 - : REDMAN sting Baits i coe A PEO eS, et tee Dec. 17 { CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 1¢ Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb, 3 Feb. 3820.
publicatton. Dial 0103 and obtain sub AQUARGUMS and Larue Clear Glass Clerk, St. Michael's Vestrs Fishin aa role sixteen thousand of them I A. Taylor, M. Humphrey, | CDN. CHALLENGER 28 Feb 2 Mar 4 Mar as ad onan,
scription form from Geotge Hunte, the | j.16 stacked with Colourful and Attrace 18.12.52—tn Woodsman Axe } belong to us all. They are the best p.” inc A. Minors, G. Luck, C.| CDN. CRUISER 14 Mar. 17 Mar, 18 Mar 12 Apr. 18 Ape.
Sundsy Times Correspondent in Barba-} jive Tropical Fish Ideal Kmas p be ~ ania aetna » Webley Air Pistol or Rifle } part of the eritage of beauty, © pane i, J. Campbell, P. Yearwood, Aj} €DN. CONSTRUCTOR . 28 Mar 31 Mar. - ae oe an: a + oa
dos,"* 13-12. 52—n | ents. Archie Clarke. Phone 5148 ogressive Secondary Schoo! Winchester Target Rifle aa) or Nee sat eae rae vhew, B. Alleyne, F. Gandert | | CDN. CHALLENGER 11 Apr. 14 Apr. pr. 25 Apr.
- ——— @ 55 8 Philip, Marchfie himing Paditlon, ana contnully IC- ‘ AN’ 3Us
MME 80- De ite Motrance Exsitination wilt ve Voightiander Camera ueathed to us by oui forefather S. ' Satan "e eo |
AMERIC TOYS variety of Toys) 0" Saturda 20t December, at 9.3 *hotogrs n es > n . , >. Semple, G. McMichael, B. Savoury,
PERSONAL ai suaabeauls ales . 7 ks droit am re ae 8 } + a a unique and living . ‘ 3 ee G. Tinne W. Thoma | for further particulars, apply to—
a r i ) a1 “= ‘un e ing Pi ecord o the passing centuries
Swim Rings, Jelly Jin Pi Kiddie 40.1¢.0¢—-2n ! aia
me gpiptencetedl entiation - canes, 5 Sends = ctleahiaes eet ieeiceilibalitiien caida Cotaaie ( changing “as—the , ; PUERTO RICO
The public are herchy warned again {Bands Piek-a-tune, 105," Guns nd of changing ideas—the one FOR PUERTO GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. aga,
# ving eredit to my wife DORIS BABB ee a *, Mill Animals, and | constant being that it was good to Midian dimes ae secede Cae | di
(nee Reeves) as & do not hold myself | teveral ter Items. See our display and NOTICE | work for the greater glory of ,WibUT Mile Amory, Wiliam Johnson, | ¢*@@@ OOo p
responsible for Mer @r Sfyone else 60% | eer 2° GO., LTD. Dial 4222, : o God Sylvia Powlett, Marjorie Trotman, Ralph | &
tracting any debt or debts in my name ea 12.82--3 Customers and F ds are asked mt Seti Glenys Trotman Adelaide | &
unless by o written order signed by me 11.18.92--3N to note tk we ill be 1 to t two Gay aiter the opening of pattie? Bernard Rawson Patricia | & } 7 ] TMAS
ae one a al AJR COWDITIONERS—Units for Hotels, J 20 Westone amy C8, Saturday oe ippeal the Pilgrim Trust vot- Rawsor sy _
eerre, Michael Offices, and Homes now available whole day on Saturday tt Mth. . ed a grant of £1000,000 to the new FOR ANTIGUA {
; : Details available and inspec eTRAT aceteae Trust. Tt " OH cei : : Dee. 18

16.12,53—2n | oe “models invited, Agente: Interna CENTRAL FOC ree j =a . a Ss we — Tae — + Coates, L. Thomas, W. Bassett, D.| >

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The application of Blanche Viola Welk
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Paynes Bay, St. Jame
Dated this 16th day of December 1952
To:—S. H. NURSE, Esq

: o Edinburgh are each sending a va
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by me Ch: D'iquem, Chateauneuf du Pape, : aon i. me , pars 8 ca os : : > generous annual subscription, and i mi ae dD nite A a Shop at the - - -
roarde an ‘uled shop attached te n serre s, § ’ .
residence situated st Laynes Gay e Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Caribbee will be closed at the

Mother and Queen Mary have also Post Office as under

nos ar ee ae "Scan ae CENTRAL EMPORIUM
made generous contributions. Parcel Mall at -12 noon, Registered |

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Police Magi te, —L.E.S. 2.30 p.m. today . . :
R. L. Hutson, Holetown, St. James, ere Snicn’ wi that centrally located Hardware Shop situate at the
19,12 52—2n 3 OLA WELCH i ?
LOST & FOUND opewa Wumabi yuvéenay 13 thi tates Gao GOVERNMENT NOTICE corner of Broad & Tudor Streets.
AERSO YSPRA -| N.B.—This application will be consic ;
sures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes, fered at a Licensing Court to be held ai] FOR DAD ... Specialists in HARDWARE of every description.
LOST Cockroach, Obtainable from all leadin) Police Court, District “E" He vn, oO Original-Odhner Caleulator enti ‘ Epes ; : " : . 3
Stores in two eizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 ov.) Tuesday, the 20th day of Dece 12 Browning Shoteun Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- Se = = : — a
“WRIST WATCH — One Ladiew Goud |™"* inact gw woe Bulloch-Lade Whisky Ment) Order, 1952, No. 37 which will be published in the Official | esoseoe% - —SODSSE CPS OFFS POSOOSSSS,»
Wrist ee > vlecie, sap eae oe Police Magistrate at “E Francis-Barnett Motor Cycle Gazette of Thursday 18th December, 1952. | %
Sima | Ge tale nine same to the Dial Tae ™ ” momar pau. a Te ae Prethentbisticeer te es 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling | NOTICE x
Advocate’s OMee, 18,12.52-—2n pees Decca Records prices of ‘‘“Milk—-Evaporated” are as follows | 5 o
ae ait GLASSWARE “At prices to suit every-| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Curtis Gin ; | 3
Decorated Tumblers "se gga Te f wae ofhplication of Abraham Brath-| Husqvarna Sewing Machine ARTICLE © |WHOLESALE PRICE] RETAIL PRICE We beg to notify our Friends and Customers that %
aan yaite o aywoods, §' ames, for per ri 3 -
Merrie Xmas Ash tyays ibe Candy, ‘Dishes age [wits of arwaads, St James. "tor ver-| Primus. Stove

(not more than) (not more than)
Desert Dishes 12c., Nut Dishes

Trays 25¢ Father Krmas eoncats ocl at a boarded and shingled shop attached | FOR SISTER .. .

to residence situated at Baywoods, St Calypse Records Milk-—Evaporated: |

we shall not be open for Business on Saturday 27th ¥

Tumblers 0c each. G. W. HUTCHTD










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LIONEL W ay Grocer or R. M. Jones & Co,, Ltd
8t. George Agents, Dial 2053,
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i December. Kindly arrange your shopping accord- »
BON & CO. Low, Dui 6233 ; James. eS a anadian—Libby a My oe co “ 15c. per 6 oz, tin ingly. ;
212.8230} to:—s, H. NURSE, ‘Esc a eS aa: yaad y
ly Telegraph, Police” Magistrate, BRADSHAW & Co. #8 x 14} oz, tins —.. | 30c. per 14% oz. tin R. & G. CHALLENOR LTD. %
England's leading Dally Newspaper now harks speba Tent Aries Gloria and $12.21 > ~ase Speightstown, Bridgetown x
AHA tu f : a al $12.2 per case of | p ’ ’ os
dayp after pustication tm Yoraga contac iii -annieauha wi Apotosnt. ©OO999O90HO999O0OG99OO 92 Cow & Gate 96 x 6 oz. tins. e+] 14c. per 6 oz. tin Six Men’s. x
Representative: Tel 3118 Pals cade ameter ce: Soren st Other Brands ..}$12.69 per case of i. 19.12.52.—2n, 3
a 4-2. Pruesday, the 30fh day of December, 1952 48 x 145 oz. tins =. . | 29c. per 144 oz. tin _ CLL PPO PPP PLL LLL PAELLA LSS PCTS
“SHOWCASES—Three mahogany Show-|"' |! o'clock, a.n eo | f ey ie per case of os 1 . A. |
« si a 5 \ 4 c > Oo 30c.
Plenty ot rood, fare coomp. Can wee rent ™ Advocate Police Magistrate, Dist. “E". orem 7602, Uns, 150c. per 16 oz, fn Cees
a THANKS TO Gas oe : - et nee 19.12.52.—1n, Again years of Experience tell in the Blending of
s : TEA SETS—Special Xmas Gilt Prices LIQUOR LICENSI 90O90O-99O069-0646-4000-0009006 2OO60-944060O0004 Rum at the Annual Industrial Exhibition
he ae Eee Dinner and "snd inales daca We have secured “Top Honours” in all Locally
excellent gitts Several destat is aero The application of Cardinal Alleyne of Distributed Rum and Falernum Liquor
which to choose ’ i NS Jessamy Lane, § Michael ry ‘S > “yr % % “wy 7
. TODAY'S NEWS FLASH l& CO, LTD, Dial 4222 ape : dor to soll Spints Malt Liq fot ee.. at » DON] FORGET TO REMEMBER These Blends are served at the “BAMBOO BAR”
7.12 3n.Ja boarded gnd galvanized attached | .
seep . ~— ————— to residenc® situated at Payer lay, St .
parmisn cas m8 Wn raw eae famed HE AUCTION AU'THE ST. LAWRENCE. HOTEL
Specifications and ent one vi ot? prices fnoluding Dated this 16th day of December 1452, : al ~ r + eay
Photographs Re We a aie te ek hie 3 SALE ALLEYNE ARTHUR'S MR. & MRS. PETER MORGAN
|Cars We. ¢ See the TODAY at district “E .
An Interesting Book for |G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO. UTD DOROTHY CAMPRI >
Motorists Dial bE a nie esaticntnn Sin eee UM
— _ N.B lis a < be « 1
U/- LIQUOR LICENS SE NOTICE] pred at Licensing « > EB GRAI \ 4
siya | Police Court, District y » I \ , i F
at Ee application of Carmen, Du Shee | es the ania ei HAC ee SO MELLOW John D. Taylor & Sons, Ltd.
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liqu at = , as ne > .
at a two roofed board and shingle " ; YURSI > \ DI 31 :
hop at Mount Hill, St. George. Police Magistrate, Dist, “F 1952," at 11.00 a3 Roebuck Street Dial 4335
Dated this 17th day of December, 1952 p. 12.5 \ a POP VOHOO®DODSDO@O®GOOOOOOOO- OOO~ m< ° @COOS-
Tor &. L ete Esq Lae. ee a \ I ‘as .
i Police agistrate 5 ‘
| = vam | MIQUOR LICENSE NoTIcis|$ ji = ection of an 7 7. 7 a. 7 7 7 2 7 a ae
CARMEN Da SILV The application of Ca Da Sils : J
Applicant Vierera of S artins. St x
|. peeeesTnis application will be considel teste tee een eee fe re 5
lered a Licensing Court to be held at ge 1t a Stone Wall t l es i]
Police Court, D! trict B : Wed S| Martins, St. Philip i Tonle a
day the 3lst day of Decembe 952, a Dated this 17th dn ‘Dd < rable : 'eou” ¥ ’ y
|11 o'clock, a. in ths REO To
Police Magistrate, Dist, “B" Moet "8 er iat robe Ced ed) Dees a
19, 12,521 PERCIVAL BASCOMBE Rock C ft I : a
This) is to notify our on a Be This application i cor 1 MAHOGANY ee | ~ | | 2
friends and _ customers Ree ir ee ve ae ‘Upho a ng :
9 ya ga sie ee z tna ivan cms " >. » a ; Our Broad Street Shop will be
will be open until 4 p.m. ER~ ea .. W. HARPER : 3
on Saturday, 20th De- ING FIRE . EET OLEe SRR R Ns, ira ee ' hy p iy a:
cember, and _ will be : a ° Oo p E N E bD
Closed the whole day LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE ited a 3
on Saturday, 27th, in- }; The appli Bynoe | | e
stant, in order that Diamond. Valley a ri eine ~ $
the Staff may get the fi nea sii Pa gâ„¢@: On SATURDAY DECEMBER 20th
benefit of a long week- Dated this 17th da a
ae omy oft Bea . ‘
end. n a nee Fed a until 4 o'clock and
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Cave, Shepherd & UNGUENTINE : on ae wil » a *
Co.. Ltd QUICK oNjBeo This applicat ‘ Cups A full range now in Stock a Cc L @ Ss E bD
© Ynote m ‘ } Police Court, Distric € M alsa
Da Costa & Co, Ltd. A MODERN ANTISEPTIC Solbck ay rae plate & Ov F it 1 } ai — Also — a®
T. R. Evans TUBES AND JARS | sti ALY ' Kitch Tab wo
a A Police h > « Utensi N ‘ :
: ’ in|® Boys, bicycles, Servant's Bed ‘HICK FEEDERS, WATE NS, On DECEMBER 25th, 26th,
Wm. Fogarty Ltd Kattrent Bed Tab @ — CHICK FEEDERS, WATER PAN a ;
8,.6.5.5696909995095969004669 ———Sooannnnna@amamnaooromo> pen Giree : R * < ae ot. = 3 s
C. F. Harrison & Co., }/% FOR SALE $ aie a) oe nk ‘ e CELLULOID RINGS, ete. ae and 27th. ;
Ltd. this Te ADVOCATE see ieaeee i ss a
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G. W. Hutchinson & x WHITE POTATOES— 8. Ib STATIONERY ON OF HAN tai a
Co., Ltd. tt s Bags 110 Ibs.—$6.60 x AUCTIONEERS fa] ?
4 ne .~ t : * . to Y Y ) i ;
J. C. Kreindler Co., X ALL DUTCH ONIONS $ eee ay & H. J NON JONES & (0.. Lip. a 19 ‘ ¢
Ltd. {})8 (be. tb) % GREYSTONE, HASTINGS John bd. Braden eI * i ?
: Ki% x . ‘ YENTC i $
Geo. Sahely & Co. {Kis Bags 55 Ibs.—$6.60 x ee shop & Co. & AGENTS ai ;
(B'dos.) Ltd % si a % ~~ : . 3
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aii! Archie Moore Is World Champj, — =

Inter-School Boys’ Glub Lifted Joey Maxim’s
Match Drawn Defeat Police Light Heavy Crown

A. two. day friendly cricket nh
match between Combefmere and A Police Boys’ Club Team de-



























































Harrison College played at the feated an Intermediate Polic« ST. LOUIS, Missouri, Dec. 18 |
CNONSEQUENT 1 De r 27 havir ‘ eclared a Bank College grounds marked the close team by nine wickets at Queen's Archie Moore, 36-year-old moustached negro from San
Lu hats y by the Governor Exe ve Committee, there of term for the two schools. The| Park yesterday. Police made 8 Diego, California, won by a unanimous decision over Joey
‘ in re nsible alti not official cricket cles Match started on Wednesday in| 4nd 76, while the youngsters re- Ma; | sided 15 ; a i : I ich
; he 3 ;vide ample! fine sunny weather and finished plied with 122 and 45 for om Maxim in a lopsidec o-roun 90ut, winning the light
f ic to stage al yesterday in a draw when the! Wicket in 30 minutes. heavyweight championship crown last night
I Day and th aks ee of eee pewvelled. et, a By a batsmer The 12,610 fans paid $89,487 to see the bobbing and
( is the additional t I tar it 11.30 aur &. Morris made the highest in- sached do e mgures, in th weavin oT I . ; . , ; fioure a >
eae elie cou Sn od Sik “eae dividuatospore of Eicin- the Col. |fret innings they were Chellen weaving negro win convincingly. This figure is a new
Panier shae t Bia Seah the sneettivel cist lege second innings,.atd in the|fem and Griffith who scored 47 Missouri bexing record, Moore expressed ‘his desire to
I 1 facts. These are holidays coming immediately after | match. and 23 respectively. L, Brathwaite meet Marciano for the world’s heavyweight crown. This
Christr woliday itself. It would then be necessary for the| Harrison College batted first to' Of the Boys’ Club bagged four for win for Moore upsets the boxing applecart as no one ever
x ore than normal restraint on the Christmas day reach 95. E. Griffith top scored 16 runs, while K. Barker and RE. expected this result A crocked elbow resulting from
elf j t be fit for the ordeal of the next two days. This will, with 26 before giving Scott an Pollard took three and two for x a Thee an reak prevents axi
oat at ; Z 99 - ’ ’ Moore bullied Maxim to the|an old break prevents Maxim
ill of necessity be forced to pass up most/ easy catch off the ‘bowling of 22 and 31 respectively pes thre ; 7 : from throwing straight rights
hicl e reserve for Christmastid: hich are cer-|Branker. In this innings th O. Mae Allister top scored for |’ Je HSE ot Somer EANGS, DORENY Ma c is Pi. x Se bt "
ble but are correspondingly prejudic to the interest only batsman who failed to seore the Boys’ Club with 35 to he “Vey round, However referee |} nT a nied $0 Beep. bobbing ene
{ vas A. Alleyne who was bowled Credit in the first innings 2ob- Harry Kessler scored surprisingly Weaving Moore at a distance
I ready pointed out this is not official but 1 erthele by i: aieens inson scored 30. and G. Sobers Close, taking the fourth. from) With jabs but Moore marched
enefit of the many cricket fans who are hoping to lean back 3owling for Combermere N. ‘nd F, Straker 14 and 17 respec Moore on a _ foul. He gave straight in. |
f d bellies with good cay ned” and watch cricket on/ Alleyne and R. Branker took four ‘tively. For Police C. Sealy took Moore 76 points Maxim's 74, The challenger forced Maxim}
holid I hasten to point out that it ould not be fair to the | and three wickets for 13 and 22 three for 23 and E. Denny and C. However Judge Howard Hess,always aiming for the ropes
players themselve: * | runs respectively. Griffith two each for 30 and 29 save Moore 82 and Maxim 58, where he could bend him back;
: For thi ason I feel confident Combermere then occ » .\runs respectively, Fred Connell favoured Moore 87 | With lefts and rights to the head.|
ere then occupied the |
Pihat the cricket powers that be| wicket and for the loss of |. Pollard for the Boys’ Club skit- ond Maxim 63, During this process Moore bat-|
R vill 2 entertain the ids ickets raised 106 runs, after the|tled out Police in their second Maxim made his best showing | tered Maxim’s body until it was
+ rst wicket had fallen without |innings for 76 by-taking eight of in the third and sixth. But-he|#S red as his bloodstained white |
a‘ , ki ny runs scored. M. Skeete was|the wickets for 17 runs in 18.1 had a poor right whereas the /trunks,
RATANJI POLLY ra out for to top score ‘d lovers. Three batsmen reached challenger was explosive be A right knocked him half}
I t and | . xplosive in oth.
UMRIGAR E. Inniss followed closely with 26'doubles on this occasion. C, Grif- overtop the ring rope then he}
to his credit, Other batsmen to fith scoring 21, F. Rorde 14 and C. < . ‘ ‘ = was battered about on groggy
M h 3, 1926 Heis reach double figures were A. Sealy i : G. sober & b Sealy 14 |legs until it seemed he must go
f nd right hand bats-| Phillips, L, Williams and C. Cal-| With 40 runs to make in or Flunehette b Sealy 2 | down. He suffered a gash to his
. nd medium paced bowler |/ender who scored 19, 12 and 18y;enty Tem rm eae bond» Ln Hee ea ten a cacti Sate ! |right cheek in that terrific session.
coil a Made dei runs respectively the Police bow ing anc corer as) Bienes oa ace . a7 |He was on rubber legs also in
sighs i = H. Simmons opening bowler}runs in thirty minutes, Of that \ Chase stp. iw.k.) b Geiffit 0 t j . :
s ea Ae a I E v pe 4 - V iase stp. (w.k.) b Griffith the seventh and eighth rounds.
ui the West Ind in 1944-45 | for College took 2 wickets fe 22] total F. Straker made 17 not out, A. Longe not out 3
g 2 y¥ s for 2 ‘ aiitatae ai 4 hts * Moore favoured at eight to
playing it e Test Played injruns, while E, Batson took two}! Mve Allister 14 before being bony oS An out saw 100 aoe 7 nollie »|
4 th f 30 L.bew te Denny Leg Bye 1 |five, has a contract that calls for |
fir Tests against Enel 1j 948. of the others for ¢ vey SS , . > , Jaxi !
ive 1 i 194 hitexee tri ieic deitive: Bt Pi ors & ‘i joo | return title bout with Maxim
49 ty "tt = 5 . h nose: i Pope eee F ““ ‘within 60 days according. to
. wicket for the second time hit up (INTE ATF) sai tas cg wi wisvida : ew mate Fos .
: Mi . m the hurricane 193 Of thi total Police Ist Innings it face tay cell yl y Moxinvs “sranager “Jack Kearns
; 1 t vt tour england |r “ B. Morris b Brathwaite 0 Oo. M. R. W. \and 90 days according to pro-
Indian team which toured England | &, Morris contributeq 51 to to a. 8s 1 o >
. J tributed § P| iB. Dodson ¢ (w.k.) MacAlister b ADR . pu » ‘moter Jim Norris
j this year. In matches ended Aug-j| score while E, Griffith followed Parker Wret = bs 4 ewe 0 Lf Maxim ces “ny t demand @
: t 2 ing the tor o Eng him with 41. W. Batson was the|G “het'eham e¢ Blanchette b ee 2? a ‘ oe - ag gee My
‘ wiarteste ee ie i saat ici lowest scorer vith one not out Bren ware ef c songs 7 0 2 return, Moore may deferfi his
g « Y « 1 C ¥ ‘ 4 € , A 2he na oe! kK.) Me lister ) Sealy ° ’ 7 ‘ ni bya. #28, ,
e Was tne only bateman: 0° Tesch Alleyne, °:ReBranker and |, Sponmen , (Woe) MacAlister | G. Browne 5 0 15 1 title against Britain's Randy
2 # 1,000 runs up to that time, having | weg tosk three wickets each|c. Sealy 1.b Prathwoe ite ‘o Police 2nd Innings Turpin Wx-middleweight cham
4 4 ‘ « : 7 pe . Se oe na ee : . 23 |B. Morris b Pollard oO . a | si p S .
a j scored 1,490 in 38 innings, high-|for 34, 63 and 18 respectively. }{: friffith P Chase... Se 1B. Dodate BiSollard g | pion at the end of six months.
= * ; est score 229 not out and five |Combermere replied with 70 for]. Haynes b Pollard 0 |A. Blenman b Pollard ; |Meantime Moore might go
aos ee Hes nat vith an avereage |two wickets G. Shannon b Barker 2 |G. Chettleham run out ,| Argentina to fight some non-title
Es ; v reel F. Forde b Barker ‘ BES eee b ee psteeas os oe matches, —UP. |
R. UMRIGAR — : of “i BP COMBERMERE vs. COLLEGE By Fee, HeLa ae teenie re a > aaa
BATTLE OF WATERLOO ii ae eee ‘ M. Haynes run out 5 Bere Club. See: Seaninke é MAKES A BIG
: ; . ’ ) am Stee Genet en. he Seliny J. Robinson not out 8
YRICKET news from England today features Harold Butler whom | y Ibw Branker 12 Total " 85 rf ee tid a : ; MacAllister 1.b.w. Den 14 i
A fans will rem¢ mbes as a member of the 1948 M.C.C. team to the is aes Alleys , ° BOWLING ANALYSIS % fe Sealy 1b w. Pollard Dit se not out A DIFFERENCE.
West Indies It is as follows lA. Allerne b Ant ( Oo M R P eg yes 2 tee * Z ;
The Battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton, and | jy ge il . east 3 L. Brathwaite 5 1 16 : Ae eg € °
next ye battle of the Ashes may be we on the field of Trent | D Wiltams b Alleyne 14 Z aoe 31 2 | : Seni Total (for * wicket) 45 e
Bridge in an effort to speed up the wicket which has become a |=. Griffith ¢ Scott b Branker 2% ly Chase ok BOWLING ANALYSIS s 1 for 23 ca as
batsman’s paradise, a hundred tons of soil from the playing fields of 7 biked yard sees 14 Boys’ Club Ist Innings ee i s B: w BOWLING meaner” Besw YOU LOOK
Eton halve been carted to Nottingham, and the wicket completely re- |W. Batson b Branker 1 [On Per eu ee no ee rae doathwaite 1 0. 1. © JE. Denny 41 YOUR BEST
laid. Enthusiastic digger on the plot is Harold Butler, Nottingham- Extras io |J aeeeey waste” . 5 |K. Barker 10 1 29 0 iM. Haynes 3 0 12 0
shire and England fast bowler, For many seasons he has bowled his | Total 95 |K. Barker 1 bw. Griffith $ }V. Chase 4 0 2 O C, Griffith it en 8 e

heart out on this ‘grave-yard’. Now he hopes it will be the burial place
of batsmen and not bowlers’ hopes.

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played South Africa in the First Test in Bris- Williams ¢ (wk) Morris b
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bane-—the selectors Ryder, Ridings and Brown or the}, Qa not out i

Board of Control? This is at present a complete mystery + eens aA Simmons ,

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ere. Nobody knows yet who torpedoed Barnes this time Extras 4

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or two.

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cause the biggest public rumpus
yet known in cricket here. All
this week with his big score
against Victoria, Barnes has
been front page news in all the
Australian newspapers Polls

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1 Total (for 8 wickets) 106

AE APS PSGFSFSS

| Fall of wickets—1 for 0, 2 for 43, 3 for
43. 4 for 65, 5 for 73, 6 for 73,
;8 for 106
| BOWLING ANALYSIS
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H. Simmons . 8 1 22
Griffith 5 1 14
ith 2 1 3
me 19 «(10 28 1
son 18 5 30 2
Innings
E. Hope b N. # yne 8
| R. Morris I}. bow. b N Alleyne 1
V. Knight l.b.w. b N. Alleyne 4
M. Hewitt stp. (w.k.) b Branker 1
A. Alleyne b Branker ”
FE. Griffith ec Pranker b Phillips “1
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} nowt ' GAPTURING a wnhanimous 10-round decision in Madison Square Garden, New York, from Henry
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80, 8 for 5, 9 for 92

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OM RW U.S. PLAYERS”
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BARBADOS AliMMAll. FRIDAY Ml EMBER '. '"^ Chamber of Commerce Obiectto ExtraHoliday •'l hen you need aspirinSay Shipping Costs [TOMAN RECEIVES GREEK AWARD Plans For Coronation '*"'"• "*• %  Would Be Doubled T ^^-^^ %  %  %  %  R B.I.F. Well Advanced A MAJORITY of the mmfcm <^l the Council <>f the Chamber .-f Commerce haw oxpretsMd the4i disapS oval with tho suggestion bv Government that Saturday ecernbr-r -7 ixa Public Holiday. Nine member! Council are opposed to the idea as against live who pxprcs>ed agreement. Those who haw objected said %  they did so on the (round that if The day was decla.-*d a publ. holiday, thipping coati and 'hi COM of handling freight on that day would be douhlod. IT J orto felt that the four-day houdai I eased would entail i t irdahip o the average man who could D %  afford to store up f.-od for so lone pai d yeei Speaking on the matter at the ti*In retes for the Chamber of limlllH Ml f trie Commerce Journal will l>e U Chamler of Commerce >tM.-i.l-v. .leased by 50 pel Mr. W. Atkinson pointed out thaRrcomn.cnti.itlo.. some of the flrmi lected to thi hoild public on that day. Mr. Atkir.s->i he deplored the fact th men! had that In fUtur. adequaW netfa %  %  *• %  would be given Mr. T. Bowring *aid bin QrfP wae one which objei led i<> Use day being u puL.li. hi'. la) He i %  I that If the day holiday, and ships arrived. It would lucre eat the coal on the water front, which ev frying to keep down. Mr. A. S. Bryden suid tv Rates For Chamber OH Con:. Jnirrnifl \\ ill Be Ineresw d Recommendations ... -ho had oh. Journal Committee to tins eff. led to the day being a pttl ?*£* (I L "' d-y had M "' K lic thai they would be rtoatni & ""• u c !> r.ynor A au| Mr T linwring that the matter be rrfi-rred to the next Quarterly Gen%  ;i ar&Ezsi "sans" DISPRIN iii be Plan f< i industries W\ iHeoa are that it norc interesting aiui attractive nan ever before, according to Mi Aubrey R. Stank. OBI. H.i Majesty's Trade Commissioner in he British Caribbean and Bermuda. 1*53 Bntiih Ing and hardware ill advaii.ru at Birmingham. etto will New Section A prefabricated buildings s < • ton will be included at Ei i Court. London. Thia will be perticularly attractive as it Is bem organised In the form of a sm: town. It should be of great lnt< housing authorities -As the IMS Fair will take plac „ ;ust before the Coronation ot Her n dustrial concerns uch as m g*J*^9 r ^'g| | %  " >b, th II. thg 1Ilg companies who hav, to pr vide accommodation for emplo ana. At Otympin. I-ondon. there w be a aectlon displaying ami boats. thee* section' are new at should prove a treat attraction AT mi WHITI HOUSE, President Truman smiles as he la decorated with the Sliver Pboenlx Medal, highest award of the Hellenic Boy Scouts. I leant run Alexatos. national commissioner of the scouts, makes the prese n tation. At left, John D. Calergia, Counselor of the Greek Embassy In Washington, holds a piece of marble from the Parthenon, which waa also given to the Chief Executive. ( International; l-enefll to the Chamber. pointed out That n in* >f the •d to the .>nd U.ughl advertising %  They also doubted whether oth%  ',. whom copies were earn d d not IdaV*. Hon. K. It. Hunte | derstood fioverii'iii-nl to a-k the Council not lo qUtbb whether it was thought to be ex%  null matt ers like increased adpedient to du ll for the Island *>' veitising rates and sub-. i ii whole. He felt sure th.it glnotl Slid Urged them to let the journal everybody would t-* closing to continue for at laest give Qatar employ* th< holiday. He said that Barbados should not However he fell th.it becau.se if belittle itself in the eyes „f the the long parted, a hardship would other colonies •ted Ixith on the waterfron* Chamber of Commerce Jo and en those people who muM because of not afford to store un enough food for tin ling period He fv\ that It should ir tail to the option iif tlie people to give the holiday. Mr. J. o. Tudoj i i he did had nah Byid r by He was supported by Mi noe, and Mr. S. H. Klnch, Acting Chairman. Sugg Mr. Hi.wring that the matter gree that It WOuld work any ?,^ u ,d J* P'" lo /' their approval or disapproval % % %  not rupi U.S. Will Challenge British Jel Planes LONDON. AMERICA f is f.nnlly decided to challeniie Britain's jn An ll-man team •>( Government experts. nnounced li Wuhlngton, run bawn ^t up Ul plan let air tianspnrt. Home, who is Civil Aeronautics Administratjd trie f'-am would help the Government and plane producers to m't together "at the ear host practicable American. 1 ; have aovlad Britain's jet superior i ty ever since the first C.lu.ii s>r Oi" Ton.. ESftSr. IVonise To Tldj C-it\ POT Tourists hardship on tinMsaas. and in *ny caw the small com I WOUV] <] %  ISO pointed nut that the increased cost on the waterfront which had been mentioned could only bv "' respect the particular da) and not for the whole III However the Council decided to •vntT to Government |>inting out %  r the Ch mbcr on Speech Da\ Trinidad Clmiitlx r (JfGoiinnereeTliaiik ta • Frem IMI J. -. I' 1 Isse a M l S j maiontv ,w> magniilcent. for i 132 turned U->rmeov*d nf ,.„. ,isy being "^ : ,v •"•mmed on one day' 1 while holiday, and i n fJ r ,rs ng J "1 d lo ^ : %  • .'1-*n nwrnment that in ,," a Pf r,od 'several days ..m: .-.,i,. P no m ^ mv0n „, ; e result, we hope to ai .%  moments couM "' '** da >^ •*, This lOflua • •nneln .V "•' li i* i ["pulation tr. neai tlie hundred mark ; %  II •: v irsl l| em i ..ii liau, ,.. most valuable membei In .. cornmtinil> ; :..ishi,. lfl are awarded in honoui oi %  uiuimmously passed a resolution nd hum;., lo-oay recording than appreCU':""'•' l ''',' %  "MUM turn of the programi %  l-iodatlhe P. ferenc. ,n London to. devejopnu-n, .n ,h. wealth. The i.-su|ut,..., ed warnwst hanks to, ... i Oorat*y Mr. t.um, ..nl ilr. :t , Adams in the capacity to the Secn-taiA of state for the the vale of yeai W .1. LMegates IIV.II urrr.v iidni PORT-OK-M'AIN D Tnmuau ctuunl %  fully with %  up fur the tour. i %  I JOnj thein | tourist season. Mr s ii Kinch laud I %  % %  %  %  mat it wai a "first class idea." Hon. K K. Hunte hinted that ild ba taken lo rid tho %  i from the garbage can*, thrown on the street by people who acar.h the %  nrtdeace of begging rram %  n %  %  %  i Meeting on Jar ides that uable bree> H titly been heard In the right places for I thai Government •at will be agrees. 1 %  %  %  hope, in Ual airline i,may roceed with ttie ne It is inevitable that %  ooner or later Wg must do this. .ii i >w the UBU .; go t,. worst Together i incomr a cent, of information on jet deTClOpmants bv loaeplruj In loueh with plane makers, the arm^t : tboratorses, and ... .ii b.csorerally studied. Chief of the I George Haldeman, who %  head i .vil Aeronautics Boaids ghieertrn illirtstorj v A (kniiieil AjOCepfl \ II. -ii. I< ii Hull a An member hun as one oath DM N at ions and Wt i. twines." Mi.ii.nr Prosrranune Porturuj in the woi oi k irgil has been kind to bold %  for ou mme although lUl demands for >ntrv. W. arc hague" at the Cohferenci Mi Grantley Adam. U IdM-i-hdir, wl, ,h : ed that he though, that M U) Colonies at the partoy. The Chamber ggtfH I gestton that Hon. Allan Storey, the l*rosideiit. cable lha laxt ii the i-cbolution to Mr. A.ljn. Ri turning thank* Mi had addressed the < %  hamber i"i tinrecent CommonweaHh %%  i I i inference aald he did -:o not on his own hehs it half of my distinguished would b£ very pleased to know the Chamber had again initiative and expri'i^cii its appreelation of th Work dune in London. Addressing the Triiud.nl Chami>. r of i •nrnerce tins r i tjreek the y by vour . %  and re ire of you whkh n to us like t rock in a wcai Albert Gome-. Minister *'i LabWith you our. industry and COO DWi clorcd that Imperial r was "most vital to UnScot .survival of British W, flag UTTltorn apoardns on the • on monwea be ferenc : M and Mr. Aden haj* theherh. of which wen ror th.> %  I I i ting yc*rel %  %  I %  CM \s ORKSTINOa I rtw Coui Chamber of %  li 1 %  %  %  B aft. Oreet t i ng Co., Ltd. Thermal Energy Projffol For St. Lueia LONDON. Con '"'on* pn mber loth. Mr. our, The HaV %  retorv of the C olo n ies, Mr. when he proponee to liable to the GovernWindward islands in capita] as ei Iham implement the report of .. ...„ (pert, who i.ment on th.island of St. Lucia of %  plant 10 produce ttsernal energy from inl klphur -punt; available on %  Mr. Lyttelton replied: 'The i riimlnary %  |] He reported %  ii.it. befor exporunentaJ drilling il s piece, s detalsM eeotoglcal itudj of the dj i!ep. two gSSsniOlOglStS Will shortB.t'.P. Fair is being mad* as interesting possible for prospective buyers an i.\erse-'.' Mated Mr stank. niinuing he said that the Fair 11 be opened simultaneously in ndon at Earls Court and oivm. i and In Birmingham at I Brosnwteb en Monday 27th Aurd %  i will close on Friday. 8th May i buyers will be admitlad free on presenting an official | vitatlOn card. Tliese Invite* :.cns arc benu: i I ondon to lirms on (he mailing tot but the Trade Conunlssaoner "ill ba pleased to issue invitation ards u business people who have knady visited the Fair or who believe that their namt not on the mailing hat. 'I do not expect to receive my supply of i ritai • %  n cards until eeity IU3," '.d Mr. Starc-k. "but ..ppluntions received by me >o dwelt with when the cards rive." Advance and final editions the catalogue of the Fair are being published separately for London and Birmingham. Advance coplc are expected to reach Trinidad Febri As on previous occasions the London section of the Fair wil He. such si chemicals, chemists supplies, cutlery and jewellery, fancy good: foodstuffs, furniture, travel and li athei goods, china and glas ware, plastics, stationery, scien Tine and photographic goods textiles and clothing, sports good toys and games etc. The engineer Coronation Celebrations Tho Council of lha Ouunbei of l iviaed the ( ummittac Chamber was not cornB list of the firms til | In a Water ngaani during tho coronaiior %  OS, and suggested th mlttee interview dlrei the firms they thought interested The Coronation C'ommitu BfTOta to fie Chamber mformir. the latter body that it ; posed to stage a Water Pngeat. during a night of me Corone tl o CelehraUons>with decorated Aoal efl i d'U with firo works, ani nviting them to submit a list oi Arms or combinations of firms tha' i pared lo supply the d.enrated floats or nsslat In any wa\ In hiletter to the Chamber. rotary Of the Committee "ated th-d it was felt by his Commlttee that a Water Pageant • much appreciated 1>\ th' %  lunbai of persons who OOttld >ee it from the waterfront .ind the tches. and that it would a an ImprssaffQ item OB the programme Of the celebrations. SENATOR SPARKMAN ARRIVES IN TOKYO TOKYO. Dec 18 BfJcnater John Sparkn-an. Dem i rtit "f Alabama, arrli d In Tokyi on Thursday night on his round the world trip to study operetloni ot the mutual security Soarkman came here from Formosa. He will maki speeches in Japan. —I'.P•risers to the Bei I %  said whuU-vi i the fflii'. trade and finance, multil must nevei mean abend the sysien< of Imperi %  Prel ence*. Mii-.t Ho I ntphatic The British Weat IndU %  bo emphatic in their support ot retention of the Prefen I %  ..... v. I am gotna Mr. Justice Chenerj '. the pri/i,i lo him for i lothn and i %  %  %  : rudge i he land of th %  TIME IS RUNNING !" I T tern because without it "our D or, .,,.. .., ., ,-^r.u to nomy would bs decencelc \i .... ,„. ... h€ Gomes continued, "it is un. tic to assume that thr t hard bargaining in the fuim. itulation between countrieN in tho MerlUuj lo the prlze-wlnn' area and dollar countries over the Bolatton for those who proposed converttbilltj %  < %  It is for t>i reason that 1 much emph.i on the of hr.iHi, ... gest to the British Wl that an adequate slogan for u might well be a*e mu I have Preferences or we will pel Gomes asserted that the Import' onca of the economic that they marked the ::d of our policy of lha Conunonwi i sterling arc;, and • Another one. vertibility will not be i .-\ %  achieve. It must of slow and carefull] taking.'' in thl vtew m lina: could be n ids iltLmately to venture beyond the prote rler and regain its position as a medium of world trade and exhaven definite rial change the future of Commonof • weolth countries wou! %  selth F recurrlnjr crl'et A mot blueprint fot noHher prises DOT eorttfi u \ that effi it % %  --' %  *. %  ' % %  %  onb fillun \ %  n %  gall effort i^. BUO %  n in th. djoubt %  • seat and wk. alwavs remcml'<" V %  %  Not 01 i eoa\ ,,f th. W. %  I oxrr .7 i#o#ff /#:# i #*#•; m it l/OMf#.l> stir: And to s.^> ow wkt range of htatchJi \ • %  aa Gifts .... PRICES TO SUIT EVERY POCKET A Ship. Ml Khaki OPEN M I l>W BATUB1>AV. DECEMBEB M OUT__. DAYS rn \\ \\ SIIIK1S I'll s SOCKS -HOIS HANDKERCHIEFS .; UNDCRWKAB %  ^ Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE QIFTS Spend $10.00 Cash or more on anv doy and get a piece of Phoenix Waie free. The bigger the purchase the Better the Gift LOUIS L. BAYLEY Of ii..n.ni Lane. Itn you need | Gift? tome to l-\EE-Dl GIFT and FLOWER SHOP Nevrl Idea for \nias I'rfsrnis Gladiolus and Dahlia Bulbs put up in Gorgeous Xmas Pack at no extra charge — Bulbs—Xmas Peek KHFF. AT U-NCEDA GIFT and FLOWER SHOP Aquatic Gap, selling agents for HOC! HEATIIFRHFID LTII. Book vour orders NOW— Come and select. We hove 26 varieties of Dahlias. 24 varieties of Gladiolus and some Canna and Aster Tubers. You can get anv colour of the lainbow in our collection Oorms. II i. NOW to be in get Blooms for the .ullural rxhlhlllen In uiai.v. Delay and you be too late. of Bulb ime tn llorllFebWlll Bulbs make practical and origmnl Xmas present. Phone 486—Party lineAsk fur lira. FitzGciald I -ME-DA (ilFT 1 THE U-NEE-DA" situated next Sanitaiv Uuindrv. Aquatic Gap. where all o'c welcomed. Pay us a visit -unie afternoon There arc time* when all women need aspirin It is then that the advantage, of • Di .prin' arc fully appreciated Because it dissolves,' Dnprin enters the system more rapdlv, bringing relief quickly and without the likelihood of gastric disturbance. DISPRIN to relieve pain I k*s Btll %  Coaipktcly soluble • Oakler lordfcse • Palatable Uafcaj swaseadasaraaa coiTTot' ^^^^^^ ajsaa i s. GASRA**> a to. B..Jinon— fa . right round the difficult S bend where no brush can reach. 'Harpic' cleans thoroughly and wntifically in the modern way. beneath unpleasant, old-fashioned methods I' Herpk' iright up-to-date d'e and sure. InM sprinkle in the pan at night, then flu' (oamOed lo pn-. tanks. ." %  WaVsW/ The Best Buy At Any Price NEW YORKER STATESIDE SHIRTS FOR MEN. &f riivc him A NEW YORKER SHIRT for Xmos— he'll like the style, fit and fine appearance. im MIRKKK SHIRTS are on sale al all good stores. policy Wl clearly necessary He the fu' THE LONDON SHOP LTD. EXCLUSIVE osNunonra OOTFITTEBS J UADl MMH-: & MADE-TO-OKOI IIS ^ I...W.I Ilr I Street Phone: I7S5 | W/.'.W.',V/.'/AW.V.V.V.V//AV//.W.VA'AV.W OVEN SERVICE ATTENTION ALL HOUSEWIVES /ne/i/r/e these on your Xmas Shopping List ^Delicious fMarie and Short Gale JSiscuits unuinable in )-lb. I'kls. onh_:l2c. per lb or per l-lb. only 2"c. Shirley Jiiscuits only 23c. per Lib. AND Crisp Wibix Crackers .mly 19c. per lib. On Sale at all the Leading Shops and Groceries. THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO. LTD.



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I-K.l II-. BAHRAIN >s \ll\li< Ml lltlllW. l)t.< I.MBI.K l. IKI SPOR TS EDITOR *S BA G Archie Moore Is World Champ i.nrr-s< imoi Hoys'Uub Lifted Joey Maxim's Match Drawn Defeat Police Light Ileavv Crown trwndb erst** !" J %  Hard i Cot saga of 1. 1 m fm UM l> %  %  .1f* rtlay I E sforrti Da* i -.and A Pol .,„. fr.ted un intermediate Polie •"•"" by """• %  The ***** ye*Urd.i> I Wi-dnrrin> in *V <1 78, h ".'-J ho %  v ""' ... ithei and dr.iA when lha wieket in 3tl rim ..leil Only two I' I MarrH mad* the inghesi In'"'•• %  "•h< d rtu*i.Sgurw, In tin nHual score 01 il lit the ( .1JrBl innings Hi. lege second innings, and In the ham and Griffith who match. nd 23 respectively. L. lit it I* would then I %  .,i for the Harrison ('.,liege hnttad Orst la of the Boys' Cl..i % % %  %  %  < %  %  >!:. Gmnih top scored '" run*. while K Bark* reasl M before (hrlng Scott an I*" Hard to.* three and two fir %  ...y ratrh off DM faiwIlssS, • %  2 %  '"'' II leSBjasetlvely \\, O Mae AI lister lop scored for rest only batsman who fa A Alleyne who 'he ""' mnim I N AUtyM Stit^tn ba I Bowling %  i I %  i N f B* 'iv. 1. tot P the i and thro 3 and E Denny and C. Lively. iGrlfflth two aech foi 3Q %  K\T.\VII POLLY" L'MRIG tR peeitvaly. nn'i. then occupied it" > %  ., IM rui kite! u %  %  kd had fall. %  %  rated M Bleat M %  K. Innlu followed i to his cred .Kurc* BT. LOU I tec. 18. %  %  i i ... .'led 15-round bout winning In*" lifih' %  championship crown last night aid su<.487 to BM the bobbing and v/eavii %  %  !-. convincingly. This figure i-. I baxing record, Moore expressed his desire to meet Marciano for the world's heavyweight crown TUl win for Moon upajetj the boxing •ppf< irl i icpactad this reauU A croifceti elbow i.. i -,i.,. to DM I old break pr esiea nearly '""" throwing straight rlfhta %  i i'< keep t...hi>ing and i o Moore marched ore on .. fooL He gave straight in, .' points KaiUm'j 74 Tha challenger forra %  rever Judge Howai I h* "' ; n 'Of Ihi % % %  82 and Mas re ha could i-end hti pectlvely, 1 nd rlghta •> the head. i %  Dui u loct oni p. !, %  -( %  in theli le i ody until It waa } %  i ,„. rod :is his bloodstained white f"i 17 runa IN 18.1 had B pOOi right whereas Ihr* l trunks. Thr. I I i bowtai In I1M4-45 ii.i.' log in i the otl %  lid l I. Wil %  il SiDunona opantoii a look 8 wkki %  hlle E Bataon look two Ul 111" l md tune hit up inc 188 Of tl SI tn top hlle E Grtfltth foUowed 1 nn with 41 W. Balson was the 'h ant not out N Alleynn. B Bi %  '. i u ...: and IH reapectiveb %  ---1 with 70 f-.i %  %  %  C ltM I Ol %  %  of 48.19. WATERLOO Ui Of lh 1MB \ : %  %  kei i %  to the t Mitir.Ak It ITTLE %  111 i m mi ac ..-% a mu i i I %  %  otaj be won on Uu HiM ol Tranl ced ui Ihi wicket which h.is become a %  %  %  to Nottingham, and lb. i is Hai ild linii. i. Kottlngnam* I will be 1 .i : %  hopes'. (iHJ IN S( IIIMH.S G OLFIt I taught on a large aeala In Briuah aohool uuhngthe %  :i will n celTc i *S leet %  %  i Golf 1 I itlon to llnbuc t-f th. Dg Bobby Locke and H EC WHO DROPPED BARNES MELBOURNE. ,..,m-. from the tart taam vMdi %  d South Africa in lha Flral i'< it I i 1 I Brown or the n rol? ThJ i it | t a complete n r knows yel who torpedoed Barnea tins time init a it iure tu coma out i" 'He wash within the next day %  Ion will e rumpua here All %  1 i %  %  i • i %  i I K*WH Hi" All-n. %  I I. ...... I W ll> I. Allrvnr otimui r iren i> Bi-nk-. 1. for 5 lor B. 6 l( , %  for SB. V l.:v m wiwi BNO ANAJ yaia lU( h rMiH %  n-lkr, llOWt.INt; A-.A.I \-.ls %  •1 I %  %  %  ... 1*. 11%. %  I Barker i h nvwtth niiftiii. ; | i B) || Danny II :% M Br.ly ... T II r-tH* aaa H..I|. Iiudo.n 0 INiltard n.mman h l*o)bnd t'h'lllrnini mn DM1 Orlltliit b 1-niiaid %  k %  njri I. Poll^nl ruiiii a l"l;i.f 1 A nelii knocked overtop in. ring i"pthan ba i must go %  %  %  %  %  on rubber lejp uiso in I b mil eighth rounds. Uoora favourad .it eight to five, I %  thai calla far .: %  • bout with Maxim .ma; to '. J and it" days %  coordlng to pro'.' rnotar Jim Morris, I If Maxim doe-; not d.iiii:i.l g %  return, Moore may dafaotl his i title igatasfl Hi n.mi'. Randy TUrpin Bx-middlr J pion at the end i l Meantime Moore misht go to Argentina W light some DOJi-tlUa •.i'ii.->. — I'.P. i a... i iub --a iM.r a MacAlli'K' 1 b u Drn" 14 r Stra.M no! oi.l II 11. i. 4 I'H B>>• J -1 nowi.iN', i fr ss '[,,1 .1 |M tketi lrtl !Nti ANAI.VSHi %  I in MAMo H.\:K O\ IHI i M.II i w K U.III TITI.K THAII. %  ( %  M..M. %  %  Snaaaed %  iva i peel V .. f 0 I I I %  %  %  ... 1 S. II\CMA featun %  %  vU t.f. Nav Bouj %  %  hut still clfth Outraged New South .v. %  that VIII.M Undwall M and Banauo i should have boycotted the Teal and bring the whole son but I hcyU JX> h Ii\ cw I ime By Jimmy Harlo HOWCOM? THOSE CRACKJ^NS WHO RISK' THfiR LIVES SCURRViMo JS THE TCACKS iNfRONTOFATRMM I A CAKS GO &> %  CAPTUBINO a unanltnons in-reuna decision tn MadiMm 8qiui Oardrn. New York, from Hent) Davu of Honolulu, Pnddy De M.rco. tongh litti* Brooklyn Ughtwi-ight. gelback on the nail of i title shot. Bpolling Davis'Garden debut, Pddy (left) land' left on Dvi-' upraised glo. V.S. PLAYERS* DAMS CAP WES SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA. Dee. IB. United Suites Davis Cup playMc Salxaa and Tonj Traban igisa vlctortaa ovei Itauan HI Bnal Seixas. nun bei U.S leno! i ,.1.1.1-1 dafaatad ft to Qardlnl, 7. 3 li B--3. R— H. and I Trabarl beet Olanti i tt—3. 6—1. nnd 6—3. Gardim seared the heavily tavaured Selxs by winning the Oral t" seti However, Beuas recovered In the third el m lo take the match gb bsj lha u.s ih.i:i-t In in the sin. itles ihi.ils. Ti.ibert easilj l it ll.P.I MANICURE SETS in beautiful leather %  ise Red. Blue. Black, Brown, KC, Remarkable value' See Your Jewellers V. De LIMA A HI LTD. 20 Broad St. and at Marine (hardens I In Harbudw* l B alir* DON'TS FOR DRIVERS • ZS--1 A MAFFEI SUIT Hji MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. YOU LOOK M il K BEST VOU FEEI. YOL'R BEST ANI> THE PRICE YOU PAY IS TIIF PRICE IT'S WORTH "Top Scores in Tailoring" P. C. S. MAFFEI CO., LID. ;---,*,',*>',-,---.-*-. a Don't drive with on the wheel. hand .lr-4" */"" I'm'"'''/*/ r Itii <,i ut imi THY SISCOLIN DISTEMPER I. Powder II.tNV AT'IRAiriVI. (OLOl'RS: < ream. Green. Blue. While. Sunshine a Bull I'a** tu u->e — ilmni* mi\ with MI. OK MATINTO FUT OIL PAINT In (ream. While, Green lor GAl.V. IKON or SIIINtil.K RGOFS . ISK Kill HAM) BARBADOS RED Paint In gallon and I gallon tins. PHONE 14'ti. 4267 Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. Note .— He shall l>e ( I.O>Hl . Illh Deeember. foe ^RISTMAS ii ml iuttialum I shirts y S5.40 $1.05 & 82.26 \ene\ i Ylltihir While Sports Shirts, collar attached. Shuri sleeves. >i-v 28 lo II. Each.... II.ui.I Tuinled Ties for men and hoys wilh seenerie. nf Rnrhudos. Each niisiihile Slriped Shirts uilb trubenised i..Il.tr ultached, Coal style, as-orted sleeve leiifilhs. Wi — ;I5 $7.21 Pure Irish Linen lien kerchiefs wild initials. stitched Each handSI.Ill Premier Slriped Poplin Shirts wilh fused collar* ultached. IMellent \uliie. Each .. sa White (oltiin hemslitched handker-/) i, t chiefs, blue & white initials. Each 0K.. wf.ST:." I'resenlalidii boxes with Tie and handkerchief nuide of Eoulnrd Silk in funr> designs. Per Box i CTJ8T0MEBS NOTE: We will be open lo business on Satnrda> -'mil from K a.m. lo 4 p.m. closing for the luncheon interval from I? noon to 1 p.m. $4.02 I AVi: Mil Pill Hii a\ tO.. IIIK 10. 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET SJ.IK'I. v Mi|| |... |M-M lliroilullOlll S;iun .1.,, Mllh ll..n>. in <>l |i-k— m r c o la ill t-M-fy sliape isiiil slsl* .mil lei.Hrh ( M ir. il m SaKely*8 £^



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I'\l.l l<> HAKBUilis UIVul All I IIIIIW I" I Mill I! ''' %  ''"'Ccudb tfaltina H i agini \a\ i %  %  %  M I It!,<<• h'i'i.iii l.u*l llirr In M> timzonr Km/flr h LKE. %  Barbadian who T*HE raafh nil b> M noil .it the Annual Bazaar I lha "Id Indies Hem* hai II Jack Wilkinson i %  . %  IV : Miv Maud Joni-5. Mrs. Wtlof Becks! n the first pni*. a watch, n !iy. tba %  aflond prize. .1 pair of Mr. Lae 1with the RaW rant Mi J %  %  %  V^iartrrient in Bermuda liilraimil %  wax la-l her. in 1MB |NTKAN8IT faan Canada yafI BAI*^ IM* IfcffaVll ... i Si Mi.':'. I %  %  %  awang ano awr ZOO people expected. The idea iH-miwi I %  Bg sold -i almost cost. i Where elar ran you art lai At tlie pet-sen' MM %  %  %  I iHcmi >1 the nursing staff of the Ro*al V„ laaadial < 1IAHIJK aimaig tiir,* fwawt taavini la. Tiimuad yaataVday by b W.I A llr hat ajana v far tax Phrsstms* holiday* and will to nark aarl next iimmlng bTX'-A far ran Mi ind Hi C 1 OraM • I : mother of Maun. Rotfa Oraol and Sdnnc at Upae? Canada <' %  % %  € thai he had been residing in Canasta smor tl.'i and AM % %  Trinidad to spend three M aw /'"' t'hri-tma* %  /""I'l. L LAWHSNCK WEATI1M", lUII I'AYN. (<-nt Mia. Misnet Hand-. idoi m-ui'.i." oaacQsag by \B GetBfr'.N HOOM Lboffli termer member n bating actor* av t ta TBwa.a v.h* %  t .ire Battalion South C ED OfH'mtitin* \ttiHayr. TJX I M" A .. AM) m %  1.. . i' w 1 . I.VI Ffifffi • Aatl ..n-ri of T ("A %  Ml* La Hai %  ^ J I'.n. 1 .] llr .nd Mr* I A Payne §1 aohtg Tnwn Mann in it al vaal 4 Bun-h Coli %  %  //.;•> /'!•'* N-ltirn* \M"> LayndgB eorniajaaalant talli rJUi£AD.i(uu 'loyal UtOMlag FI..-.1 -t-uravsd tot with Ihc I Trturncd home %  r.M(..'.; i I" I. A l-iid a holiday with hi* retahvu*. uint. Miv MaxwaO, Chrai %  hunch. An old Comberauaiian am 1 Ihc Baibai bbcaii For* 7i, STARS Stars For Carihln-aii % A BBraai Hta i. nm Laj Io M -. %  %  %  MM Robert NH>i that SOaVjn ..i-<>id drink %  \IT l.M i;..i\' 'i. i I ;... Iratniaaj, ha <**•* in-m. | llllguitr DBMI wick .mil was lia a afajttad lo Barmuda In April thl* voar CtmHmmlmg Trip known aPapy^ Hundi. i* l^rinif I KAV1NO on WcdwaMtay lm gt *-^ Lucia t> conl u* mmi M %  An %  % %  • %  viiliw* %  %  %  i. Mam %  •• Iw %  %  a>v.a !" t. win ..( -.-..a.w l-'uilliful Ki-^s Ajsu Khun > Peel II 5 x s 1 r I'"' _1 1 L— { —I'' 11 H ki tOVEN FRESH SERVICE We take Sail opportunity lo wish our mane Customers and Friends 31 Crispy Christmas. Illl. ir/.'.sV /W'/l HI SUIT CO. LTD. "HI linn riiUi| a*nm %  I .-l-vt % %  %  ) Illl I Mill %  '' • I %  Mr and Mn. C Dnvis of Walkers. Bt. George Mi-. BurviU. a Barbadian. Is -gain this Chris' ,10 Ji'./r.H 1*70 Ihroufh UMelands WK M H (' *1 ANPI ' 00 r jv 'eiii in Fl.t fat* v Brat Kla* mcrl > "' M "'' ,. ha. k l..r *a aampled by Sir Ruiiort IV Iaiid now ivaiding In Bolivia. J:' v ,. Bere, Lord Mayor ol I., 1 •* %  •' •* .% % %  aub 1111 w a n I M. AndrrJon nld UUI Ilicre >fc UVvJ Vwl/A verv H Uurvill Iron. L..,:!-. %  iived 9watrrda> nomi I ,„. hy Tt.A vli. Montreal and an i.iah"' but thr 00M of living w.i ral haa'batn %\ t Ittfi / iturlh Mail living in Engliind tincv 1946. Her Mr. Can P AYING his fourth YlW • • vra^ max and I 1 J P %  Prmdant of London Co '"' '""' m Hrmik-n MiK-hinrry Cm U4 of London M. \. Prrwnnrl wj { JAMES VANDKM OH H Canedj H-UliVad •< '" '|*I1HHK Tl.A [ %  %  nmtl Who lal ,i rlitdrnt i>l luban.lauminjl by T.CA. accompanu-d 1 arrtafd ye*U'rday im^ning frrv l*hillip5 lAd. o( LoodkM I I arlto and will DC ban IM arlll ba irmaining in Barbados unland, and his brithri Hi ajaaaaV holiday .1 • 1 ., |aj jajhaai Uaty lasin b) atuddnl at MeGiii Univcr aad T.C.A. flighl for CaaMaU. m Barbados to spond a holidav ,, „. ,, They arc Mis* Sybil K-rr. ho>laa>. w.ih thru paxaoU, Mr ;md Mrv. 'i"l'V> itirlfitlii} Mr |Hii|i p Amsbv. puraer nn Robert Vandrnbergb o| Tfi C ONGRATULATIONS to Miss Mewiird and MrGerald CWafcay, Fully. S1 James. 1 land oi i'i< 1 < "I-navigator, who IW :ill stationed at Rirhard who Is dpBBj 1 ii I ml R dontnaj, unt it McGHl will ba .,1 KOW Hi'd. who l a l tbr a to lhall While here, they an gtaaatf at Hot three weekn while his brolhrr 1.1-day. tin Oeaan WtW Holel will bremaining for B.G. Barrister Achieves Fame as Singer 1 wi \w\ n t -atennis %  1 : n poniiwtlU>d *r*ic (p ..I %  %  %  _ %  £* t'l : 1 • 11 fill Al': I II.!>any. They rn I :ha past foui a*y* -> %  IhtOx-ean View Hob Befora corning baV*. Mr. and M Insnada. \fwhn n irn I MUM* riwtr M H AMiMHSI: (;. CARMAN Dj VtKM*iurla, returned homif iraik arid by BW.I.A, %  nasu \a M a. aaaiw %  n-jns r^-ifi < 1 i' .na^t-*'**• "— %  '' €411 I 1 1. %  agnail m i*< %  in 11-1 AI I IHI i\i.Hiia\ w is Bin H.uorr %  %  1 %  %  %  %  %  ... ( vaal • 1 ikinud'i —1 %  ajaaea l pu'*i %  Our JSest ^Wishes fur the Season ~ -"ST T. HERBERT LTD tocorpor lrt I ci ( i 1TMER i M U-I/IM LANI Tiu on* naodisd o> u ^ adwaya br*af. 1 > 1 the broken %  1*1 -| la. Hall XI —io* [>-• *wa, f m-uiMfi if '•. a. aiimii : %  j-nK r Rupert and the liutierflies—19 iMDON. ... |ah Guiana <> OraoC, i %  %  RrUabi %  :.. | A.K. and was 1 ,'id. hd' bjT-M-law— and thai vinget A tall link DtaB with spaiklmi: ayi ll'IHM'lf Mcomini bnMigboul j| AJthoilgb his %  BROADCASTS loik SONGS %  %  %  %  on). ,] a young man sing it ill and tintail I to hitrue lovr. a gul of 'he i.i. h.uinted me ever since h<* said. DM I ,*mv on lha it in' i II propor%  %  naanl id %  .i sad aolig 11 the iiiBritlah i ra difficult ami tt| ni gold ;uiu rUainond Dai i i rvpafN %  P6P oi old tn thr faadei id losi is caUad i \ ,-. Ml Qraajfl %  i l Ihi iulerloi The aaltj Bavo* Si i iddeni IB the rival i.. h' -ag i*o rivat %  ; %  am mUttorc of Ming, heard in BarbfM Tiiiii akmc Rnaahai "' hai i^iourHa ealypaoB, latUag a somewhat ridn-ni'iuBtorj i Irir priest who fc> caught ir;in: t*. baptiae a ram goat in a manirovi Mr iDlkrwad thh i U of a ahrni II nrnrd in Ti inidad. Ml1.1-1 UVn M.IIK %  to bin I.I the Jsmairan h.lk-'inger One of them araj 'Wittci ronir I i-l littl. balMd rompoae.1 bj If] U.nnett herself The othei was a banana loading sung. Hi which banana loaders who had Men working nil night ..ml thiUUugl this to go home lo bed. There are few arttstl Hnll*h Guiana anKHl| Ok i olony of Waal Indian theatrl %  folk m l-!idsi Indian mu-t. .ml cultura as %  whola arnong IMUIBO, whn Mul Hunk t'tinunly f Trmld.id's \\'. %  I is nsantionud.— %  .t'.F i..ii' ) % %  > %  !" %  \-i P I 4 Z A %  ONT INABi.lLE tlllAHV %  llll I 11 s -1 / \M roi %  HUM 4J ft BJ .IK'. t !• -i ai %  I %  N "I *i II aaitom mi'ii"inaan .1.11 tan V ; r*. Mw.Minis i 11 _ru.ni ravM %  al 130 "' %  *aaiAM 1"AII ia N IMiiVi %  Airrstv *••'' < %  u i a* irwi %  i CARSON <-m Hfjring K (MI %  RODI ." arl sad I ttiiiigr iory ol the An.) 14 IiKtuaQi WI %  :. .%  • %  %  D it ^me %  WONDERFUL OFFER Ail rings. Compacts, identity Bracelrls, Cigarette Cases etc bmigbi fmm us will be ENGR.AVED FREE V. De LIMA ft III lll> 20 Bruad Si. and at Marine G..:.vr.s PLAZA It Alt HA KI I ^ illlal 5171.1 %  •• %  Al IIIIAIKES FRANCIS GOES TO WESTPOINT 1.1111 Eoxr • a a IB .. .ii !" Dletrtrb 1 %  % %  NO OPENING . Igajg, 1 |g I s If p M iinuiii n.ni. unr IIOIII HIS STATIONERY I I I I I Cusfomers ar* Rushing to WHITFIELDS W to spe the nev, assortment 0/ SHOES I.ADIF' IWMV.. .Mills (.(ILII .V SIH IK SAMlAUj i' 1 ""i' i.oi.ii HTKAr* na nillll VI HICK. BACKLESS i Kill IsnilMIt HEELS LADfn LOW HI (onus MI mi >i SI'IKI urns ts iiff*vrm'rK"" ,S Kill Kill. BLACK KM, 19 50 4 111 M I'l III Ullim CIIIKS A HXT K.43. M|1 "l 7 C.IMs III NLOPB III Mils is in:, ins UCCK. VAV*. Ill:, ins IB1M .„n"V,:,K u. irauLHn ... d,... (ii:M i.i \TIII:K SI.IPI^KS SOFT soi i> J, ( \sl \l.s ( KII'l. Mills M u sum • is i i MIIIK un si'CDK s>sn io m m l \l:l \SKIII III BEHIND llll (I STIIMI.KS THAT T WI1.I Bl STMIVC. OPEN ON SATI'BDAV Til I r.M YES!! These are some Items for the Home ... Saucepans-Aluminum and I n iiin'l CUBS Preafau* Cooker* M-H-i MM I. .114 I AIM* BSBM ft Hlrnjrd ArUn \s.,. ( |, |M I Ml i %  • at A a la AU-A.UOB DAUGHTER Or DON Q Daren COMANCHE TERRITORY BUCCANEER GIRL %  ,„,„ BPAU I Ml MWJ lauoatS STADONNA ni MANMI Mt IIII io -i Bl afa* MM NH. -.ITS., IUS. III rai Kuk Al>n Add r K.-rtli %  3D ft S 90 L'ruvriial Double IT AIN'T HAY is ..mr. .,1 s LAWLESS Mill. UM|ii /ait tr-mtmrj M. T I.I OKI i.. : Th. Mil DOUBLE" of The Year TODAY ;'i A!U0 pm. AMI CONTINUING jvely lesli* Caion (swlhail ol An Ameiican In Paris") on lha siraal jf tough guys, hot tunes, and temptation I MIS. r> M T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORE : % %  4220 I I I -I The CORNER STORE FOU XMAS SUOPPf.Xtm I. in: Tubes li inSell. Pat tie Pauls, lUsnrhe Pang Slovi-s—2 & 3 Burnen I I'.iru Table I^impi Thermos Jugs lee (ream freezer \ I ii in in i H ii. Uaitrrv Mincers Kitchen Ki..I IS-ll I III I.I Spasons Potato Mashrn Ki.crs Oratters Slba-ivea Strainers h'-KK Blasters (rotary) AND mi tiatir 1 V. Sallv FTmREST BIGARD PIT II CaavCLE ?4 HOUSE 3S — BAI,. 60 BOX 72



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I Kill kl In ( I Ml I R II HARUADOS ADVOCATK I'ACK -I \l \ Calypsonian Puts Grenada On Record Pay A \ isil To The Land Of Spice" Bj i i\\ \i:i> $t mill LONDON, Dec. 2. UNTIL recent.) ealypio loveri in Britain iv.n Hacauainted with 'Mmmr' the one Irom Trinidad, "Rum and Coca Cola". Jamaica's 'Linseed Market', and 'Rama| \ Swan Street Merchants Cfomplain %  I tlloo < lam .1 n \;. |i < %  the lot v. %  cly unkaov : |g kno'.r. %  •All. Pel' ft drawn to the at" tlentlon %  the C lamber m %  • In tiny bodrootn-ri.il I Lh BARBADIAIS APPOHS TED RECTOR OF U.S. CHURCH %  \ Egyptian fa iVrii —.p. IXTIIK IMC'AKDO (ui has put llwtdl lu Mall ImtiluD.D., 'eh. Now York, PAHIS BvanlBi The h'*i llM Rl. I'' U to tin n Doncgan, D.D.. Prealdenl ol the French Hrpublu Vincvol AMI I I bare on Thursdav. % % %  . | born in; H Md %  i pi v ;de l %  %  %  %  t niversiij ol Pcnnsyh t pi HacMphu Divtnttj School Ir Wal hool 11 Uedtcinc I %  d ft a 41 ol the i i .,• the A %  ltd 1 SUU Colt r \ .. PlM i i i roan in the %  I %  You pay no moro for the GREATER EXPERIENCE tastier snacks w) II .'. %  It V. i mil) Uiey I % %  It || %  Wi.'.' .. e.dypio about 1 TV M ,.l I I : : %  %  .'or the %  in turn credit basis. it li House Delrnle On liarluulian Domestics M/^m/iS In Britain rii.. r i' Bumaroui socml Ih OQO who I %  (tend I nodded. ..n % %  I 1 %  UM c.iiibbean; all to the pedthe :<> .i,,,,,. ffbc prettiest little i 1 iroUon vos MOD i p tnatimes culled the Land i I front one of the I i who want up to UM U K tot i the Council u> -et up "• %  ' %  imour that the Social Welfare cuinamoB on had recruited dot i. %  .. | lo peel i i seemed • wal on of than : ptoH % %  "** %  • % % %  ,. lllnf adapt therm with the inclusion of an Horn foe In UM United Kingdom, there Mr (I l*lnw (L) ft I %  i .-iniaU. queatlon whethei the auii ig term M to th. U K I Ml .1,1 send girls up wanted lo return to U* U d] Durauta la UM *> BHrh "' "" l '"'" %  ; ls *•* %  seni tthe --"'' '! I hut they riuiy reUnited K: .. lh,. inland t.n aM*t and "•"" *" M1 % %  O '" re*ttv e UM Unuld w rw m-cd tor • in. < toying r.ri'iKn Butter Tmor in %  > %  ll "wai no ww in brutjri bo4Ul A wban there is S* u,,k tw Kit:it th.% wanted % %  -:..v in BrlUhl. Hie} could noi n boaplUKwlH %  %  i %  IK "|) tin %  clow. %  melndlf I en Binguu; V who is what wen coinj to do f: UM uland. %  %  %  I further I %  i nuka %  Social w. lb The vary paopia In EnnUmd ()l1 "" PW %  BytnJni over than who wara *iod la hava BarH '' k '" "' %  %  '*' '""• a KH! iMdian i. rub'"" %  •i %  *"• •choma broka uv .,,.,.. i ntract and luckilyJor her xhi not i;l.ul tn hava Jam study •?* luiisinkin the sjimihoapltl After thii offl r bra i ii"i th. '" %  -. U HI ol lha United Kingdom, M 11 Eron i %  ,. ., th ii 'his Art A ,s hounda i d wn b] U w. if.,..o* %  Phe MM Social Welfare Ofhc. Trees For Sftntn Clous 1 • loot. Avocado and I iwect. d mangoes and fUl %  ... i %  ill be sure U) tinmeal beautiful ing you \< III %  11. i.t Rleardo Bive L you his %  %  Afl %  ti" hi aald 0>U that "rbados to scrub doors. Some of . %  | UN t nevei Krubbod Boon K JSJJ JT \£ t UM fool that loma ol bataca but thay bod to oerub Boon ,. 1 ,..(, %  lor the fta-li it wai thai was the only wmj „,„,„., %  Knriand would i • ,,f nlievinf the imemploy< %  <-lies. COtourod Kirls. IM n,,. Mand. ojld like to know U NDM Annllier Odicer Wanted )& Another Socia, Weifare OB * ^"J H,. had beard ibtnfld M anpointod M.,m>r.s 'J lh '" ^*J '.*,,. Kins bad re•beuki anaa ..huh J ^ tf ?f t J!fl. T?* LJS5 ,. and he woufi b. wUUni '^ As u, the ; •„;;:;;; t ^Tite* i I.-: the ;.. %  .... ul one te.e..,, *l.v llir icirls were CO.ll. |u ^^ ,,„.,„ ,, ( H ll(1 . %  ., ,„..., about '"-: hack, u? ihould no) pact |iiVril hat waa happening to lha *•> ll wai a m. t unpleasant ,„. „„,,„.,. u it Uv irnounl i li : .iney WO for their passage. that i 1 hp r< lucad by $10,000 lh. n p il lt> IIAKIiV 1 III. 1.1,11.1 WTNNIP1 a The Mamt Govi Ihel rnonagad to "' %  >' on ones knees scrubbing uiul ., ln ,. Vllll i(11l | tgraad '" DS •., remain in England tor the full he would not doubt that aome of n—3 division. length "I :nv contrad Boma ..f tlu nub wonhultenng from a MrmN-rs votinR for the raduewliich lo h.n. i I aoOBi of fnistrntion especially If | ion w ,. ir> Mr. A F B 1 %  not rooMta UM IUU laniAta ol Iba '">' bad no hop,, vt geunu. i A VTHUami Mr I W Barrow •i • : onulaynMnt Mr. C I Talma, Mt 0 Aiidei. could n Invm fore* thing behind U %  • ibli had boon tor\i, r" Mllka Mi J K. T tbu_ H.IIK wealth for the part two and B half ^now whj btttoi emptoyBroncker. Mr J. <'• Mottley. M return now, Some Married %  toi ihos. n.i wi E ii Mottle) Mi w A CrtM %  crubblng tin thai ana ford and Mi Holder, also cert-1.blenut ottacfi~\ %  %  Deput %  idOi ii II O •d to UM oceupaUoa which th | • %  „ %  ] % %  ii'. voted ma Ihe rcduc! that's one raaion why this airline hat baan "first choice" of international travelers for nearly • quarter of a centu*y NEW YORK popular, Dtone> uvln^'FI Inri.t. EUROPE Haiu!.r sarvtc* b] t""" daclfsl .srrsto" Capmei* rorld*l fslfMl anlinfi. In l',i ,. RBk.> %  tapovoN in I ajd %  Wad PAA i li (t > M | ,lio fly to India aad th* <>iienL Venezuela fire,." Ill Hlglil pa I bpoanii Tea asa BOW ~t\ fAA'alnxnl anywhata in loot to SJ aad aolnoiea ot u OOOl PAN AMER[CA\ MfMtf/t • v its 0* Cs.lo %  ••••I t >ni r.it.. i Uoct, with ..n %  lalng dexterii I to t K lo KI "-dung i |ng the Dougl.e. Mr \V. A ,.vs..ges of the wtoi ai the Canadian and United Biota conv Utrae ajrh who had raturnad. trial I Ai" but th n „ m I Bear-. COCOnUl %  i' 1 ""' ** 1 i is*of the provincial -^—^—^—^^^— lions. island. %  Orythlng was done to explain • i the Kirls tha I the Barbad fford 1 "i UM ed to be ton I % %  %  %  *.,., ... | [ ( | WhBl ,h Ot I Fill Cl It \M He d.d :. i %  e provincial |ov< i I %  i ''" lt ror aUOW permits for cuttin* only if these Rlrls lo go up if II I Mil i-. win In ; %  lui ol tinol UM Uma toot Un raturnad after a protracted thai is f.. thickly stocked. "It to start a re-l :• [n recent yi irs, a number of Revolving Fund la OVEN FRESH SERVICE We take thii opportunity to wish our many Customers and Friends 31 Crispy Christmas. rut: VEST I\UI.\ BISCUIT CO. LTD. ! FREE ENGRAVING All pens bought ('"in Ul will be ngnvBd with your name or InlUali Ert %  ol ofaarga ui JtiraUtri V. lie I I >l V & tO.. I.TII. I 20 Broad SI T Mil! un* ll.ii'!' f and at Greystonc VUlag* Colman's Mustard Ic'* easy lo keep vurfjics clean an.l shininf* — ju^t |rre tin in i -IIIKI rtlbOVOf wild a little Vim on a dampJoiii everv Uay. Vim i\ so smooth — it won't scratch — leaves all surface polished and bright. UM Vim lor J// >-our cleaning— it's so quick and easy to use. VIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily &&5 Siamese TM IIIH larated cmcAoo, T>. u The Bra .;i* Roger and Rodney d"*ed In separate %  m thei lives that '•'i in % %  %  England f"r ion to cut what UM} term three TOOJ Nme fun," "table trees." These are trees Mr Crawford said •T1.1.S || a small colony and they Ol ..:!: OB pOJ BoDM Modi nod 'hat the about two fevt hmh. "ThLs i%  omallenk | no provincial government has _„,,,, .,.,' .,„„, ,, followed by %  for turned thumbs down on the re!" J"JL" h .I a ',, %  n month old hoys ind most ease. I>ecause if a TT,^' ". ',! .. f r-Idd UM "ulumate-outeome ii uniree reaches the height of two foot, "' mown..e of *"^ nn ? Roy BrodJ anould be I held pro) %  imorou i arc try% %  I nade to makr the %  ild be advisable to % %  i out how rat) %  [ smooth and spcTiii i \2 at its fir.. data need__ .. ... hours 40 minuU" to separate In* ed about Manitoba's forest re. Mr n^rr..!* H) said jons thai as fa:' Of bo ould see the wood to see Hence the five-year Inventoi them .; I, OS i.l Welwere wheeled out of the tho :-end in seporab Thr : v,.-rt (ni and the dians who could do the job of ernment. BoCUl WoUora Officer. I the Inventory In C er spent almost all the latter I09AOOO ol par: onlract le vh,ch I one end of the %  ??'•• ^ Bod Kingdom to the other tryln| lo It! ,-..-i there men, ears and ihat she would be auto to supply i n^ !" Vf L *,£ Ubour ,or l obB ln En* 1 "* boobotow lh tr n-e—the most p^pul.r TH. ,-r^ ir >... ,,-,,., „ m. tbnnota-41 rh L h ", 1 .^, !" ^ ,*?K. l K,'.'' 1 ?,K „2 %  %  C r Bay. enquiries about Ihla cheap labour i iGROUND ACTION LIGHT IN KOREA IM il II.MI TIII: IIIIIIHIIV NOISY ft WORRYING AT TIMES ? • GIVE THEM . A BIIX 111 CRAYONS AMI A FAINTING BOOK St will kasp Jthsm quisl goh IwuAi W<> have Heaps of... PAINTING BOOKS TRACING BOOKS • STORY BOOKS AND ABC BOOKS TO CHOOSE FROM • f E.Mtt. t#. E30*OMMl •# (Come: | 1953 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY li ADVERTISEMENTS ... p CHANGES IN I ~ LISTINGS The alUntl if the P Sole \;;.'.iis in conned %  I all Adv.rtlaeroonU I .linn, in llisplay (H ColonU A.lvertblug <".... (B*4os) l.iil ol Jam. I Straet, %  iwn (Tolopl I) c. irrespo ehaiiiira in I Ml. I ACMI TolephoM Comfuy, P.O. 1 PLEA IAL DATS rOR IN I iRY is I he ::i.i ..I mil Mill II ian Alter il.is lii.t.un i hrjBgea, Bstt. LMbafl etc run he Hindi'. • I ill! BARBADOS Till:, HONE Co.. 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I' M.I I ill It i:\itu\iHis \i,M.' \n I mini P8CBMBEB Ml MM BA^ADOSJAAD^ATI; AgriViiliiirul IKMrelopmenl %  By ERIC WILLIAMS D< puty Chairman. Caribbean Research Council m> A32 tlOHl I AVIS :iv to impose a tj\ on enter*.i which the ted for payment is the %  'iment to U outlined in ihe mei:n,:an.iu! an of n has airi. s'l t .urease the amounts rtomg and excise dutti on October 14 The entertainment tax has hitherto bee I .x on cinema II the bill lists ExhibiIball and spi '' %  Liazaars. Labour Days and Race tthin the provlaioni ^ the tax on entertainment the Anal Install of the policy proposed in the momoiandum.Another Mill U to be int.educed into I„* ncreM6 tht ** on sweepstakes No one can object to an inI lax on betting but it must I In rrdod that this tax d noi he ; t r' i ;' l, '' h ': b?donoi mplj to increase the (. -vernment Had the omertainmem tax and .. %  • mled inincreases in fan dv -I education allowances ,'r thej would have eon* wuieiv by^niajoriu of I **y are hkefv to be I as additional burdens and may iS some cases decrease attendance .( pu ,, c S23 Lsarsfvs -a a in n %  w.d t, t I...I ..„ • lib ill IK. „ "Ofs. I %  c in hi n! the horw. and u an ,,r..,. k. *n a. m^clKmrou. I UUf f rial 1 I I m designed to Incn %  mem la* %  %  tmrmi i and the prcsp. ei %  %  %  %  : increased taxc* has fa %  %  %  %  %  tain agtn U fond rrri CMHUmptJ %  %  crops and '•> %  • , %  -.%  s. *alj.Msi of needed I '%  —Kl'l vitamin* thi coir • % %  Q&Dg and %  I U aaSunar Lands War II. %  %  Tobago, whil-t In Jamaica the -, a(reae cull i doubled. In Surinam th. *J*; %  between 1938 and IMB. The acreage uiuler COCOnutl al 0 has increased, by two-third* in. ;4, i.mana between 1838 iMO, b] am as „ : I40 and 1950 A %  I cllned by one-sixteenth 1942 and 1950, Ihe eff. titastrous burrl 1951 are not yet rter between 1949 and 1951. whilst there was a raaa in the raw | Uaf decline of o in 1950 %  -<-icventh Of the On ihf otl %  waa nearly in Jamaica prodc.l. %  The Fir.: S as ujn <,f tn Wen reaaed the Import nrof fed promaing oi. a regicnal plan and .ad by ission of th e poten. le<| I.alitl*. for food prluctkm and and hat %?**".,"*._ntn*, inereaaad 19W Other I -MI (rup> .ane iu:der "" The libduitnal Development Con 1'L.erto Rico in bT^ne-hlf to IM2 "" c '"** thiec-nfih'. and orangj I four-lift'. :wo and 1930 the Incra— paralleled by the decrease in Uv product).: 1. 1 are not available to pel panson over a I>-P age under citrus In Ti Tobago; all that can • rta, eaperlall. %  The acreage under <>i tobacco. The d* acreage n $ %  nd 1950 Ihe decline in .i • too in Puerto U. between 1939 and 1950. and in the acreaea under lobereo, onefxfth. As far as food pi %  %  plsce in rke increased by two-thudi*h Cuian;i U* %  1950. and by th Surinam %  %  %  Jamaica, where th* enth between of pigs. %  • it hum* %  Jama ; >'>' in the commeal indu : %  art/ doubled between n agriCTd] M 5 and 1949 A* f.irming in Jamaica imported no commeal Wi 4.683 I i: 4o.48a. on statistics of canned %  .: %  tables arc not ..vailable 6"ut -i produriMn and thprogress mad* can be parily • vjxtrta have en from 2 tons t'> 470 lefia be' rwaen 1944 and 1830. The exports %  VC in, reaped in valufrom £141 turn of the "> £36.369. In 1938 Puerto Rico %  •!" rted 349 tons of canned and i vegetables, valued at US %  %  %  1950 ,ia exporU of ":p product availcanned vegetable* akme %  %  J The ;..nts for aatpoi %  to 7.100.000 i* M ari eat mdica'ire pro"l '* Puerto Rkan progress In 1.400 000 Ul 1 "PI" 1 I dchlr nils and Fata %  '.ur.„ rroer-ing ; tJSS&g) u % %  > % % %  laid c.t cdibi. n Jamaica ..I mcrcaaed by one-Afth btwevn IMS and 1945 and IWD. and prodjcllon ol I Li i n,-half Trinidad and iho Tobaso's production of .cd by onc-aeventh between • IM and ItSI. Jai d Tobaao. and Barbadot. which niporlvd all or some of th?tr Tho inrciuiren ents In 1938 had become In 1950. •<> example Barbados .irlarlne J* i. -mutes • SlMll'llHt 1 i M %  P'd 165 "ton. ol Ih. ,JZT f Win, and 101 Ions of lard he other hand, the dajal acre.ae has exceeded .... ld rum • To Be I .stlssHi A VIM HUE IN \m HIHIK A l 9 rV%itl€ k lll Is l 4 a,l k €'l€ k cl November Fourth QM n -1 is ih* fourteenth Republican to hold that high orncc, and during tl ready there are ('resident "Ike" ; ( n unparalah %  to display the ... almost throughout ih. %  %  War II, and also with II Of Peace which so far \t ad In N A.T.O. < s no less W sang the bard of i : the one. marches forth :> for the other %  •d States of AIHTH hare been toriana aver that their :< • during tls preceded the election ti waa warned not to elect a militar>man The people a tak,(.;.-, nd iraea effect: i. menf. lr b f*t | poliiii-o; ,.;-•... for the Mote, ihar l| should be • and that the opposi-fl podrsral fxtrty anoaild asi Of oi i This qui great Demoi Franklin I> R 1932 at truend of the !: 'fegime-Jt; '. %  1 Calvin C %  but Ihr a %  %  H ll.irrir^ U.ll.u 1 •quipment. An ">> visitor to Barbados %  •Mden.-e at the Marine I the phone at regular %  rvall of ten and fifteen minutes %  0 delight!:.. rd whcn.Mr. Dewey. the Repubh% %  . % %  : Bnc el -. I gaily with Ithi attributes i %  result ''' %  "• ""•• and likened them • when the % %  -western States swung the in favoui of Dcmccrat hi soUd south rem ''-' %  oeeame quite %  W aa clear that Mr nunan would go back to use pen w House whi.h he had occu4 stnre Mr Hoo.vHt's death vlng *"• bplof America. I ran 1 did %  %  • Hera is the u*h<>le tter wk thrown at a „, boot case. ng President Truman warned Ike dead cats, rotten eggs, and told. Human spoiled tomatoes' being thrown i direction before the HawaiB r.tfht thi* %  ien: w U talking %  He knew what he about, but his ail hiaajrcdictlon %  %  t • tnd w, %  of %  %  %  : .1.1 If now al] over The >M1. has almost en%  'i awij and In their reUe placea people are aetthng D to meet the change. Ibje*| %  '"' W of riembers for his .;cabinet nava opened the eye* of those who thought that he would i the teleIT led by Mr. Robert Taft [ke ***, ,h • --ems, to be standing on his own -efreshing state of affairs in high places Of those who failed to win. h a J v *. %  Won that Si •• ..Itogethe • out 1 beliew .<• been a good level, or SlevenKin !' %  ,. ,s carrjing on Roosevelt -ned. He ts an :he gift of rt,ir J ea to* and vouid have deteneri with his lire%  %  ) IT man* granted him the requ-: h. ma.ie when he addressed the caucus of the I u ardelegation to the Dn.. He told them, v .n't—did not a grim with to be a candidate for Presi! nsrvq i i "mess—temintally, or phyU >b. And I ask. %  %  %  : mate me tar me If 1 should be %  %  %  %  %  ttw people has Vnrnca and the ..ed World await the . *.* await th A LITERARY (O.YNNTION B> K V TW'I.OK 28 a monk arrived in London after a hasty departure from Paxu and ant noble household as a r .Prevost and the cauae el hta ti publication of a work which i edition became the celebrated M caut. For an Abbe to In ,is the author of such a work wi and Prevost thought it th Me entered the hon i Eylea a former Lord Mayor n-A\*on'.s She is (oln| • noing with \'. '.cut. -•-,-.-,-.-.•.-.-. %  .-.-.-.-.•-•.•.-.-.-.-.•.-.--'-'-'-•-'-' %  '•'-'-'-'-'' 1M1 Mm .., rot. ui;'-;"'Borwo ii..in i %  iroi %  J| THE LITTLE SHOP I I,,.-.,.. • -l.liui.rr. Buiiami "'"'•' *"?*_, rasfla.il h. l.u. am. Lrlon, ..d in, aM aaaaM .< Irnm l.undan and >' \. .;-sssss.;'* ,-.*,-,*,-,-.'-*-----*-*-•.'*'-'-'-'*'-'''**-* XOTICE Our IIVKIIU X It I l>. |iarlii..nl "ill be OPEN on S;,i,irrliiv 2IHh December until I p.m. as we ill be clattni „n Saturda> 2"lh all da>. UII.KINSON a HAVMS C. ltd c. s. PITCHER & CO. Illl KUIIH STOKES Cinild he one of a doren e\ciiini> wrprleag from our Menswriir d.p.irtinent . EVENING DAi AND SI'IHITS SHUTS BveaWf Shirts with soft and hard fronts. Day and Spi.rls Shirls wiili closed, open and T-neekt, A M E RIC A H SPORTS 11E S & S 0 € K S Novel doiens and striking colour—hut Socks include sober black Silk for Kveninc DfMe. p AI s i. \: v Silk TIES The famous Paisley eealga in silk Tie" and llandkenhief Seta Da Costa & Co., Ltd. run is wtagtK i M \KRI\ MS . f havr . 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aiter his arrival by T.C.A. this morning from Molasses
speeds over 100 miles per hour in some of the Canada, that while attending the Finance Ministers oars Danan teelons ance
worst recorded weather in Britain’s history. Conference in London, he had many talks at the | ana ——— predicted a new , roa es ae me one
ie : . Be jotnn ; . ; she strain in Ss Yugoslav rel Ning, Pre ‘nt of the a r
Scores more were WLjure d hy stones and _ slates Colonial Office with Officials and Government tions in the wake of Mar hal Tito’ | Commerce, and nember of
torn from roofs by gusts of wind which raged regarding the question of Ministerial Status for ]abrupt diplomatic break with the! be three-w Fancy Molasses
m Mieahtie tina ; ext f snow : “ | Vatican | on to Canada and the U.S.A.,
down from the Aretie Cirele in a tempest of sn \ Barbados, | Monsignor Thomas J, MeCarthy id shortly after arriving at Sea-
and sleet. ; He added that “nothing Jot whe Nations) Catholic Welfare | yell by T.C.A. this morning that
oles : : ; | 1} ret been decided,” the {Conference charged that Yugo ‘ere is no doubt that Canada
The average speed of the | jas yet been decided, © | slavia is no different from Ru
it , . : a is t ym Russia | will y Barbados Fancy Molasses
Si Thi wind was 81 miles per hour U. S. Make Bid secvciavy of State for the]in its “ruthless attempt to de ee ados Fancy Molasste
f cr ONNaAS the highest on record. The ‘ Colonies having his hands |stroy orgenized veligion Mr. King was accompanied by
; : storn noved southward | T Ay id full of work in Kenya. He} Diplomats said the move was Me HA) Oo. 2 Ss % Mr
T ke ; Over d i hs at) a n 1 bottled O AVOL al to put off an sooth jcertain to fan opposition to the ad) jy 5. Nj vised th ata see neal
a Cs during the night anc | pss an ¢ ” |ministration’s policy of limited co it Tae hs i *
up shipping in the Irish sea Failure }ment with the secretary Of]operation with Tito in the inter oy ee J ae aaa
N Le and English Channel. MR. M. E. COX, M.C.P,, Mr. G. H. Adams, Q.C., C.M.G. (leader of the eee 7 State on three or four occa- ests of European defence. But the ; oa th, ‘y SA eakbtie tia ee
Cw ‘ ege The 53.000-ton United House of Assembly) and Dr. H, G. Cummins, M.C.P., are here seen leav sions. Sir Hugh Foot, Gov- State Department remained silent ve . : sete . en € a 7 =
s } Nort} Atlantic’ ing Government House yesterday morning after attending a meeting of PARIS, Dec, 18 ernor of Jamaiec was also oe ep ar o fale in n b . the Axel t > f ahi E
Sir Thomas W. J. Taylor tor-|" eates, che Oren iz antl€S! the Governor-in-Executive Committee. Mr, Adams arrived yesterday The United States in a final : VaTAIea, aS au view of the explosive diplomatic can Serta a ques Te of ship-
mer Principal of the University | fastest ship left 20 hours | morning from London via Canada. effort to save the Atlantic Pact} there. and he too had to put Jand acneeey religious overtone: Pe vue one ee + oe
College e the West Indies, Mate for New : York avers 7 onference here from complete}Off his appointments With | ny ee bea pointer a vs str, dl thet thee thd
zi Ps -: . sa ‘ | ‘Car sald 2y, , ‘ , g sak tha 1ey
arrived at Exeter last week-end | wind: blew her against ie : eat eouapt: ang ‘0 Fe sat Lyttelton. |Roman Catholies could be expect fairl uccessful trip, but a
to take up his new’ duties as | Southampton docks’ yester-| i ea e ome ess aie ain ae i Mr. Adams said that there wa8leq to react -strongly, He sai trenuous one
Prinvipal 6 ihe University Col- aaa | Me s 000 base building programine as} ‘never any necessity for the Co-|Pjto's action was not only an at
lege of the South-West. . "hee , winds. were. re ogrde d at . pe od iene” pisenhowes lonial advisers to speak at the/tack on the Roman Catholic church .
as | 111 MPH at Cranwell, Lincoln- AN 2 But with North Atlantic Treaty} cane Talks. The Secretary of} but was a ne w insult to catholic
On arrival, Sir Thomas, who . ; ‘ es £ . ay | State, who under the International) Breaking of relations between |
was accompanied by Lady Taylor nit re eho a Live rage ne ; eo wa m aa roe Thal Rules, must represent the Colonial|the Vatican and the Yugo: Lu N. Political
" " ? ate co MP at tornaway in No ast day, it appearec at Me » t . f+ c > tove ent it t ict the
jowe puis oe a age tee oa ern Se ids Deore: wiersuans ROME, Dec. 18 out-going U.S. delegation wa sae nythtar 4k Sala atria its Axehblahe | A i
on a s char- ME . ; : put any s the ‘ | ves J p 0
a" ’ : instrume were blown flat. : s fighting a losing battle against # Oe a es , le 7 Saab A i > . H t
ter. This would raise it to full More blizzards and gale force Snow, hail and icy rains driven by gale force winds European nations, fearful of their West Indies yony strongly, one | eee * wares. rae} ‘ a viser ur
university status, 7 & 5 rs co : ressive cs a au ; reminded the Conference how any] Stepinac wi officially becon
: j winds were foreca The troop-| whipped the Italian harbour for the second successive day economies, but seemingly un-! Gocision taken on this or that|Cardinal at the moment the Cor
He had succeeded in obtain emt Seseek, eae ase mo,| teday. The death toll was only four, but 3,000 persons vamninde ot Bon ae matter might affect the West |sistory is held in Rome a spokes- | Keine phe skier ait
: secede : home fr Corea, was forced te ; eCORa Dartoulerly ay | Warnings of Soviet strength : an of the Apostolic » Julius Katz-Suchy, “chief politi-
ing a Boys) charter for ae Uni- |) thé Jen oF the. Welsh were homeless in flooded regions particularly between] y.5 “Hefence Secretary Robert Uncles, - P ae Ms ie Bisa ur cal adviser to the Polish Saiaan
versity College of the West In- . 1 ; R > and Naples A. Lovett took ir ste Mr. AGAMS saic rere “ha ‘ ay ambi : 5 A > Whi Bt ena aaes
; coast mn Liverpool and wait out rome and Naples. é s0VE ook a dramatic step on Ino “ed to receive the insignia | tion to the United Nations was
dies, ae remarked, “so I know pei rhs } Pp The isle of Capri and neigh-|the $425,000,000 NATO air and oak a aura. ey the part pes Aen Hi UP. . , injured seriously today in an auto-
something of the procedure.” | 3 trage k ac k i Ischia and Proida off the |supply construction programm o re Colonia Ice to SHOW mobile accident, His ec ani
The worst tragedy took place ~ e ,0uriIng ischia anc D pr ‘ ‘ } gz nme { acel 1 1 companion
‘ : - a he ‘ . vi 5 . squeste ‘ . andalca & the colonies that with the Inter- —— Sophia Artymokska, 29. w ;
. ' at Beeston, Nottinghamshire when of? t E | ~ | Bay of Naples were still isolate: requested by the Alliance's Su-} a . | a phia Artymokska, 29, was also
ane aoe said he ae goon five aad went over the River u mp 1asis | with water supplies déngeroms! preme Commander General Mat. | oe maser A af hee NEW CARDINAL, } fet when Katz-Suchy’s auto~
gt the Univenmity.College gt ay bore + the dark. 'P are low and electricity cut off Tarfthew B. Ridgway as the ‘“rock- jon, they will give the Colonial | . ohite sttuck a support post on a
South-West°had a large number ee a ee aa ae On ualit 99 lack af fuak. ttc: niin” representatives thelr own views | BELIEVED DYING ridue. It is bélleved that Katz-
of overseas students. It was im-| 70° Nr ed drowned. A 48-year ae Water and fuel must be brought} Mr, Lovett, said that the U.S., on such matters as sugar, bana-| VENICE, Italy, Dec. 18 suchy was driving ;
portant, he stressed, that the ON tee : + ‘ ‘ - ah 7 sged| would pay 40 per cent. of the nas and so on, } Monsignor Carlo Agostini 64 Both were taken to hospital.
coleman ~ had Ronerty trained | Old bricklayer was killed at Mat- | in by tankers, One ship managed 1958 share-the-cost programm | At the opening of the Confer-|Patriarch of Venice who was Katz-Suchy suffered a possible
iY io tt tins av sail + : lock by a brick wall which topple¢c T v to reach Capri Jast night from aa sftort { » shock ee ninisterial |.enge N Re a < ) - sited by |Scheduled to receive the Cardi- cull fracture and cuts ind are re-
Ae eae Nv was up fo FNM) in the storm and crashed the NA’ TO Tells Chiefs Naples but had to return imme- Ralighaues st ante seating et Cien Basteant. trcveaews aan nal’s hat from -Pope Pius XII ported in a critical condition.
» help them, tbin he was shelterir n ; diately because pounding seas nee UP. ac~} 7 ae eevee a cote in pro-|Pext month suffered a heart at tymowska uffered possible
Gl 1 A seaman On a tanker in the PARIS, Dec. 18. kept it from remaining in the | haus for halt a d y the Nigerian | tack and ha been given the ne ion and multiple cuts.
F tac 5 River near Liverpoo North Atlantic Treaty Council} jittle harbour. All major rivers Min ter roy. a Senin nd Church's last _ rites Mon The accident occurred early to-
wa wept overboard, and af ordered military chiefs to-day to] from north to south were at the tt ae 4 the Conf are the ‘yo. | Agostini became seriously ill ear la [t followed repeated charges
And he was glad of the ppo -| nearby Warrington} set 1953 target goals for western] food stage. The Tiber river which Bank Holiday ey ae. Y i ; _ hat a (M Hier in December-—U.P. civic orgamizauons that U.N
tunity of continuing to vork | ed when the gablef European defense by February 28] ysyally runs through Rome far mainder of the time ae Ts officials drove at high speeds and
with and to help those dents } a roof fell on her. Affand to emphasize quality over Leis street level had risen 32 The Governor-in-Execu Ito the ) understood Fis, + oat Up Serene einen vere not subject to the city’s
fr verseas ‘ . nec »f quantity. Targets set will be ¢,. ioe a yintva bah tive Committee has declared o the Government o vat colony | > aie ¢ , ramfie lav because of diplomatic
{ ra o € fs iio ied ae £ rh a rete a Eons sea wd 1953 pro- el : ~ —_ ao a f 1 Baturday the Bith-of De to send whomsoever they liked COMMUNIST LEADER a ae ’ I
lat called it 1en her trailer home scussed oe en feet below the tops of th é i mn ' Settee : ; e ; 1
ents of the University College of| was toppled by the wind andJ8ramme approved at a NATO| <>. coment retaining wall cember, 1952, to be a bank ind that the A Ee ae ; gout 1 VAY BL EXPELLED a —U.P.
the South-West had sent a caught fire in Northern Ireland. Council meeting held here as | holiday under the provi- hi ent 9 politicia ley 1OV PARIS, Dec. 18
donation to help students of the ah we t storm casualty was af @atly as possible | A ‘ R sion i pea 3 3 the wer ne . to pr ee’ | Official Communist organ Eh
University College f the West! A prin aat Teg on a pal ae a 5 : i ik olidays Act 905, a | Mr. Adams saic 1a 1e Con | mat te said nbs digiieann baa
fatty who suffer d Aas in last} } , 9 . I ie ri aes ies a an af : Ministers of 14 NATO coun-| mericans for amended by the Bank Holi | ference was on a “very high level” Tasty . le ean ae 7 "i ere >)
year’s mars ne in jamal i 3 lee ce: Di a te ae ; z tries speerven. & a aero French Ar y da (Amendment) Act, nd there nothing more he} |siders him unworthy f th :Y eh e
eee mcee 2 he eee racks JAS1€ ne ire. porating two basic points: firstly { 7 1946, could add to what hnad appeared | i 0 1@ pal
> .— ae n - nicht. | train ran over before the 50 divisions and 4,000 | reg Nee and indicated that his expulsior S ra
ie q Tae ag wee ee Che wir ble vo firemen offf war planes which the Supreme} PARIS. Dec. 18 _ ome poe Sint i fe [oe a matter of a few da The Shopping Days
or me. Wom Be Cotteae ion 30-foot ladder in Preston andj Commander, General Matthew The French National Assembly iid Meteo pane | a os 4 errs ara eaina the motion of i y
a hla dey Rk z ,, | overturned horse and wagon inj B. Ridgway has at his disposal, yoted last night to draft into K ‘ I : esx . 7 np rAeS ~jthe ce 0 which uty belong 2 ao 8s
oie West InGies, ro RUST ESEIRS Manchester Street In Blackpool}are expanded greatly, their effi-| france’s army Americans-of con- orean 5 ue j pated es including the and Which alone can expel yeyore Ama
Jamaica by Mr. W,; W. Grave : P = " a Eee x : " ' i 7 Chancellor of the Exchequer lo | member U.P.
A ‘alone, 50 persons were treated for}ciency and equipment should be scription age who have’ been liv- ™~ ° e \ illustrate the amount f th ht
ja is |gale injuries.—U.P. improved. Secondly the cost of|jng here more than a year either i ats P t | Hustra e amount o rought x
L.E.S. i maintaining forces now under\in one stay or.on t Maite 7 rior y j and diligent work which was put fi
~ _ arm is rising continually and The draft age in France is 18} | into the drafting of the final com
some countries will need finan-}- 95 years ; NEW YORK, Dec. 18. | Beating’ ae Acard sais that, fe
\ i TAK ip cial aid or indirect help to get} The Assembly passed the bill] President - Elect Kisenhower| Prafting Committee after a fu
1 HEY RREAK t i - - 7 - the full use from their armed] without debate—-C.P drove ahead with hls deeds-not- gay pe to « ih re Ea:
forces. | words Korean war policy after) "¢€r 4nd continued until 1,30 in the
FT } , :
“Quality over quantity” decis- conferring with General Mac-| Morning
jion was set forth in policy guid~| REOPEN FACTORY Arthur. Mr, Eisenhower hag put} When the draft came before the
lance resolution which the United! TOKYO, Dec, 18 the Korean conflict at the top of; Full Committee, they spent the
| States delegates fought. They| Mitsubishi heavy industries,}his work list, j whole of last Wednesday until 8 e
j}urged European allies to BCCEDS | manufacturers of Japan's zero] He now has been briefed by| (clock in the evening before the ® e
the view that NATO Military! fighter plane during World War II|the chief Korean experts and} fina! Release was accepted. Vii
Commanders are still desperately | opened its first postwar aireraft}ridden by jeep and hiked over Hu
rer of igs eg nee 1053 a jfactory Thursday. The plant will]the terrain with General Omar LH
t was intended to s 9€-) begin operations by repairing|Bradley, Chairman of the U.S. i. ry ‘
fense tal gets si hs eee | American aircraft. Eventually it}Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Charles | Fears For Germaut e Dry v ermouth
| But me countries gave reports! il] be able to manufacture com-]|E. Wilson new Defence Secretary. | e r
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Ceylonese authoritic reported | between the two nations was ham.

pered by the Argentina's limited
exports capabilities following the
bad harvest of the 1951-52 seas

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wo Dutch cities voted



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| between the Hague and Rotterdam
ithe turnout 29,118 or 74.5 per
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Against, 1,547, Invalid ballot 403
In Bolsward 96 per cent voted for
a United Europe

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Ve A Last sone In 1949 saar Raffle ae Re nee a tn 4 Y
) tor of. t : ; L A series 32 half-hour films :- :
eD 1 Mr. } ; - M® R a Barbadian’ who "WHE raffle run by Mrs. Sidney] POR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 19% | 51) to be made in the West Indies.|—" — *™* 20M 40.519
ater ot a has my living in Bermu Connell at the Annual Bazaar Look the sectio: n which yqur|is planned by ewly-fo 6« Merct
bh for the past 27 years is back fc id of the Old Ladies Home has | birthday comes and find what out-| Caribbean Picture Corpor ' p $ ;
’ s ; two months’ holiday which ke is been won by Mrs. Jack Wilkinson |'°” according to the stars Partners in the enterpris ve Hom I i
rhe gone t ttend 1 aps ng with his aunt, Mrs,"Helen and Mrs, Maud Jones. Mrs, Wil-] MArcH 21 to APRIL % (Aries) ~|Robert Newtony fhe Briti = — 20 132M 40.710
rT ee-taw? Ctaetats R P of Beckles Road. He ar- kinson won the first prize, a watoh,} Friendly day for most especially] and Raoul Wal e He - : F % ‘ comhibeesiniiilions
Sattind hte sett Dili stare ve T.C.A. yesterday. ind the second prize, a pair of | gaicnte mothers ve, on airs. director we tian D
@ueen’s Pack Savannah, Port Mr. Lee is with the Public book ends went to Mrs. Jones. [special caution, ohecking lg The films will be f ao i auitas ean a ae
Spain 7 ' W rks Department in Bermuda Iatransit Nail Ok ia. shaw ts creeenat eae mark or tel ey ieee 945 Orga "Re W t k th t it t . h
The Gr R ie was last here in 1949. NTRANSIT from Canada yes-] and the Moon augur for a happy | ms in the U State s ly aene moo z ma. an Ni Be 0 o e axe is opportunity Oo wis
nx * yreen Koom : Chrisiesns iHetideve terday morning by TCA. fot | jnances, other investwente Py ee Ph aha of | Awhile, 10.90 “
“NIGHT at 6.30 TH 5 J 7 . Trinid: weMr. ¢ - G.8. 1, pla role of Le °
Sian ition os SPENDING the Christmas hoti- {T'nidad were Mr. and Mrs.G. 8) way oy te JUNE 21 (Geminy Juha in & pertations ax atl our many Customers and Friends
3A ‘ v RS ‘ eet ; Sade, rant. eel & : y a < at . |
ig their ‘Green Room aad 7 ioe — a solar Mr. Grant is a brother of Messrs. > be Splendid spect. Finesse, ark sq} Blackbeard the Pirate ee rae 2
St. Michael. which will be 4 - . a ey ous " Jack and Rolfe Grant and Sefence | t"» kod workmanship boosted. Aim} Charles Laught inothea Pa
dos Players’ first home Se ene oo" Master at Upper Canada College. gale sgpalence a Hollywood star bound for the West L A eC 2 Ch ° t
rhe Police Band will be on | St George and Birs c em ang She He said that he had been residing} 4UN& % tw JULY Camectie-tt Indies. He is said to be completely } } ons rispy ris mas.
to make the evening go witl arrives yesterday morning from j,, Canada sin 915 d yo~ {high hopes, purposet nig exhausted as a result of his stage}
ee Canada by T.C.A. where she is on nee ONG WSS £0° 4 prides s ; | gE ot
swing and over 200 people th :* staff f the R iV ng to Trinidad to spend three and vo: k in “Don Juan Britatr
expected. tee . Hospital o ie Royal Vic weeks’ holiday with his relatives. }ous gat America and by eral film i os
The idea behind the ‘Gre — , , . ae ‘ n between, He has refused : i v as ial 4
Room’ is to have a headquart: : : spimnarens Home For Christmas Dee that Sn oi tenders hat out offer to do his famous Bible read- as THE WEST INDIA. BISCUIT CO. LTD.
for members, and as refreshment M*" CHARLAE PETERKIN wa: ‘PL. E. LAWRENCE WEATH-<|ure belpful for all endeavour u you ings on television at Christmat a7 oa
are being sold at almost cost, it § oe the sag teaving ERHEAD of the Royal Leices= eee se eee eee atueee (and will instead spend Christm
will be cheaper than, entertaini: or TENGRS yesterday by ire Regiment, stationed at . ‘iresting in Jamaica.—B.t ss
4 home B.W.1.A. He has gone over for the Bermuda as an Instructor with the Pre GUET 28 te SEPTE | Ber TT | ie Fr
Where else can you get a 1a ae nee see will be British Troops, returned homed sccm. bookkeeper Faithful Kiss |
rum for 10 cents? os Geety Se 7 sterday morning by T.C.A. te uneng twp hon ‘ Ss: Across we nd tl ral bli
- : : 3 _ ’ , c 1e general public
At the present time is Pianist pend a holiday with his relatives. id planetary day, Aim high ‘ a 1. Understood, the eari dies. (8) ‘ ; LTms xo wit t be opened on
; , ~ _— : ’ ; . ! 7. Lasting quality under cane. (9 x m —
going to be open every Wed M*s ERNEST PAYNE, the He is staying with his aunt, Miss] sePTEMBBER % to OCTOBER %)| Aga Kian Ss Feet 10. One lump of truit. (4). ' SATURI DECEMBER
and Frids yut I understi forme Miss 7 mds, ( ; bin Maxwe ‘hrist ¢ (ibra)—Similar indications as Taurus 13. This ostrich calls for help? (3)
and Priday, | indet or es ner iss Muriel Hin E. Rub of Maxwell, Christ now. Don't be extravagant with ener- | : ) é 32 Needed on cheque changes. (8)
this will be extended a he ell-known pianist, returned to Church, fies nor carcless in investments, With | . : 13. Domesticated service types? (3) | © P ss )-
ponse demands it Barbados yesterday morning by An old Combermerian and al sensible handling of schedule, you ca fons Pine a ae 16. Eeho so that you can select. (6) | ur est Wishes for the Season
N.B. GRBEN ROOM:— accom- T.C.A, from Canada where she had former member of the Barbados ,#"" 5 *: ae 1 hy ep 7 atlas 90 1 ie b 36: Quaterways (4) " | TO ALL
modating actors & actresses when been residing for the past three Battalion South Caribbean Forces, oeronen 1 NOVEMBER 2 (Seer? oc ack to. Pp a .. i. Serve im another formation, (5) | ee
off stage—-O.E.D years Lawrence left here. in 1949 and|pio—No delay getting started this fing |COW-back to reach civilisation | a. Them is ef 2. (3)
age»-O.E. ars. a one ore o)—No delay ge sta ! |
Her husbé i ce 4 4 , * day! An evenly allocated programme, | vetore continuing his voyage by =. We came together though | Established
Od . Me 4 CA er husband who is a son of Dr. went up to England where he join- plus concentrated effort, will give vou! truck apd plane to visit the re- broke a date. (6) | Ista e -
iperations Manager, 0.C. nd Mrs. C. A. Payne of Country ed the Royal Leicestershire Regi-| sound returns figious Yohane t his v a here ' Down i 1860 Incorporated
Ro 1" t g > . 2 his an a This ) ZOEBUCK STREET SAZIN ;
R. AND MRS. B. A. BAN ei eos eee Manning nt SES, UO) lp, Ootee toes OF Fl NOVEMBER % to DECPMBER fhe Amir of Olinza accompan- } - Fite 30 She sos AP) ae. e 10 and 11 ROEBUCK STREET & MAGAZINE LANE.
M , ap _ A, Bu the University of British Colum- training, he was Instructor at the} (sagittari Supite positon lied by his wife and brother were} @ Lactd when minus Lou. (8) }
P: t wa he I at me bia ° Midland Brigade Depot in War- J stress patience snd extra | met h ne Ag » Khi n at the au = bie T aarcesmn “ie ere |
uerto ico by . A, yestera Danes > ‘ a ta w ' on - 7 a a 1 ers conduct management of)' 7% feet mes . . a J —— es a —
ay ee are eer Pepy’s Punch Returns — wick and was transferred to Ber- Fin eens. “But day is. benefic, op | port his black Rolls Royce.| 6. Under the French steamer ? | . - =
after a Ghort visit here as guc muda in April this vear | | @ Place for the nude. (4) | Big Xma Action “BIG JIM McLAIN" John W
t the Ocean View Hotel MoM London correspondent tells UC 12 April this vear. | whole |They immediately threw them-}| 9° galt down. fifty-fifty in a cop ' iis i to Sun. 7 mune
a é ; ° i & | o Sun o
Mr, Ransom is Acting Opera- that a 300-year-old drink, - Continuing Trip P DECEMBER 3% to JANUARY 21 (Cap- | delves at his feet and kissea his] |. 2) om Serer Cone | ee Ss Sa). Dot Mae oe
tions Manager of T.C.A known as Pepys’ Punch, is being EAVING on Wednesday for St. | ricorn) More } where skill ix| shoes several times. - ns- ‘bandied py the @.C i 445 | APRICAN j oA Py By Mesad i
erved again this Christmas by Lucia to continue their holi- ane Da Sar *! The three faithful w live not Siwa (4) 4 | : Jor are ee DOLI pws
; ; ee a te Bidaah a : ; er . | Russe effiel¢ A
30 Years Ago an ancient London tavern the day trip through the islands be- yb ' the tiny and remote Pakistan | . cue Browct the broken. Venoit % ‘ | OMBA plus
R. G H. ANDERSON. Vice- famous Old Cook Tavern in Fleet fore going on to the U.S.A., were * ibaieis gue?
M President of Avic Corpora- Street. Served steaming hot from Mr. and Mrs, W. K. Scheibe for- cd acai YS carla for you |ayan foothills, were taker : «., “Growenanse: Sp uae. is. e Scott | James Olive Get Waelati ia
tion, Vancouver, B.C., who was @ Silver punchbowl, the first glass erly of Minneapolis, Minnesota] wiry will attend im | Aga’s home where he is currently 4 a9 ane: 18, Motor: 30. Clai la, | BRENT BRADY | UP WOOD's a
last here 30 years ago, is back for Was sampled by Sir Rupert De La and new residing in Bolivia. and not be s.detr rf 1 Rooney ing all Princes and Govern : 4 Shor we pe 4% ya 3 “alee Lope oe ; NC a ee ice ane WOMAN
about three weeks’ holiday. He Bere, Lord Mayor of London Mr. Scheibe who has been in}!¥s ™ on Pe ors of his vast religious kingdom 4: Seretche Oi a es | eo | Kirby GRANT 4 ay MARA pl
arrived yesterday morning by He found it good, containing Bolivia for the past 18 years is aN) penmUAGY 2 to MARCH 9 (Pisces) eR orro: 19. Omit. 21. Area: 22. P | & 1.30 oe SAN ANTONE
[.C.A. accompanied by his wiie Plenty of West Indian rum, and eee Hochschild Minin Be 4 ny Sanita necttal Yeu oh R HE a ee N ALIAS “the CHAME | Bene’ SR
and son Michael and is a guest at Urged that it should be re-intro- enon seer” be enee COM Jeither finish incompleted matters or stort upert and the Butter flies 19 | a «ian GEORG! Midnite Spe
the Colony Club duced in England. pany. They were in Barbados for new. undertak.ngs, perhaps both, Ce | | ce aa 0 nuldnite Soepial
: ; the past four days as guests atypending upon your schedule | j P PAYS vf eunee. s
re derson said that there is T : | HIDEOUT | Mt
Baile ane in V anc aie ernne three Months the Ocean View Hotel. YOU BORN TODAY: Direct. chee ut, | | \ = Speoal Sat _BUFF ant I KEL RONG
Mav havi Dae an good wintes OLIDAYING in Barbadws fox Before coming here, Mr. and |enterprising, very intulttve | S 3 YOUR : A) ) novuGH RipERes af
50 far. Business conditions are three months are Mr. and Mrs Scheibe Visited Trinidad, Seolined to bath Le tient = | DOWN eixora FR CHEYENNE
very good and they had just Mrs. H. E. Burvill from England. Mee and Grenada. _ whe are undete noah sce 4 WAY Sunset CARSON
finished a very successful year. They arrived yesterday morning echanical Supervisor pies care danaisig | Sax health. | BRIDGETOWN BARBAREES OISTIN
. ; ~ nn anyt oo vo. |
The whole province seemed to be PY T.C.A. via Montreal and are R. AND MRS. R. G. CARMAN | pirtndate: Albert A. Michelson, a | } Dial 2810 Dial 5170 Dial 8404
going ahead. Incomes were higher, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C, L. of Venezuela, returned home | scientist; Edw, M. Stanton, statesmar j ee

but the cost of living was not
lower.

any

‘ourth Visit
AYING his fourth visit to Bar-
bados #s Mr, C. H. Pocock,
President of London Concrete
Machinery Co., Litd. of London,
Canada. He arrived yesterday
morning by T.C.A, accompanied

by his wife and will be here for
four weeks’ holiday as a guest at
the Marine Hotel.
Happy Birthday
ONGRATULATIONS to Miss

Eileen Sands of Upper Colly-
more Rock, and Mrs. Frank Hinds
of Kew Road, who celebrate their
birthdays to-day.

Davis of Walkers, St. George
Mrs. Burvill, a Barbadian, is a
sister of Mr. Davis and has been
living in England since 1946. Her
husband who was here eight years

ago is an engineer at Ashford
Hospital.
TAC.A. Personnel
HREE ~—T.C.A, personnel who

arrived yesterday morning
will be remaining in Barbados un-
til Tuesday when they leave by
the next T.C.A, flight for Canada.
They are Miss Sybil Karr, hostess,
Mr. Philip Arnsby, purser and
steward and Mr. Gerald Chesley,
navigator, who are all stationed at
Montreal,
While here, they are guests
the Ocean View Hotel.

at

over the week-end by B.W.LA.,
after spending a holiday as guests
at Paradise Beach Club,

Mr. Carman a mechanicai
supervisor with the Creole Petrol-
eum Corporation in Caracas.

Brethers

M* JAMES VANDENBERGH,

student of tobacco of God-
frey Phillips Ltd, of London, Eng-
land, and his brother Richard a
student at McGill University are
in Barbados to spend a holiday
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Vandenbergh of ‘The
Folly, St. James,

Richard who is doing a four-
year course at McGill will be here
for three weeks while his brother
will be remaining for six weeks

is

B.G. Barrister Achieves Fameas Singer

BROADCASTS FOLK SONGS

LONDON.







ers in Britain. In that programme,
One of the finest singers to Mr. Grant sang eight delightful
reach Britain from British Guiana Caribbean folk-songs. He began
is Cy Grant, rapidly making a with one from British Guiana,
name for himself by broadcasts “Martha” (Tell me where you get
ind music-hall appearances in that money from).
Britain. “Tt heard a young man sing it
Cy Grant, ,once a magistrate’s late at night and this lament, sung
clerk in British Guiana, gave up to his true love, a girl of the
his job to join the R.A.F. and was s , has haunted me _ ever
a prisoner of war of the Germans since.” he said.
for two years, After the war, he Then he sang one of his favour
tudied law in England, duly ite Trinidadian’ calypsos, telling
ualified as a barrister-at-law the story of a police raid on a
ind then decided to become 1 religious meeting in a street when
singer. the singer makes off with the col-
A tall, handsome young man lection money in the confusion of
with sparkling eyes and an eDor- the raid
mous personality, Mr. Grant ac-
companies himself on a guitar in He sang a sad song from the
the style of ballad-singing that is mining districts, deep in the in-
becoming so popular throughout terior of British Guiana, where
Britain. Although his musie-hall communications are difficult and
and cabaret act is necesrarily made mail infrequent. It was the song of
up of popular numbers, he always 4 gold and diamond mine who
manages to include at least one ef was prepared to give a piece of
the traditional songs he learned gold to the fimder of a letter trom
as a boy in British Guiana his girl, whieh he had lost
Perhaps hts greatest achievement ‘Guiana is called ‘Land of
vo far has been a full 25-minute Waters’, continued Mr. Grant,
yhow on the B.B.C. Third Pro- “and until recently the rivers were
sramme, which is reserved exclu- the only highways into the in-
sively for the very small propor- teriot The salty flavour of old
tion of “high-brow” radio listen- English sea shanties is evident in





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songs.” ~ He
ohne of them a strange
sea shanty and work

the river
river songs,
mixture of

song, heard in Berbice.
Then came another of his fav-
ourite calypsos, telling “a some-}

what ridiculous story of an eccen-
trie priest who és caught trying
to baptise a ram goat in a man-
grove.” He followed this with part
of a shango ritual, still heard in
Trinidad.

His last two songs were given
to him by Miss Louise Bennett,
the Jamaican folk-singer. One of}
them was “Water come a me eye,”
a sad little ballad composed by
Miss Bennett herself. The other |
was a banana loading song, in |
which banana loaders who had
been working all night welcomed
daybreak and the thought of being |
able to go home to bed. |

There are few artistes from
British Guiana among the growing |





colony of West Indian theatrical}
folk in London. Mr, Grant is one}
who will do a great deal to}

enhance the reputation of West |
Indian music and culture al
whole among Britons, who still}
think primarily of Trinidad’s|

as

calypsos when West !ndian mi tic |
is

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19,



Modern High School Hold Speech

Principal And Staff
Are Doing Good Job

—JUDGE

Guest speaker at the Modern High School prize day yes-
terday, Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenery, congratulated the
Principal, Mr. Louis Lynch, and staff of the school “on the
splendid work they are doing for the good of this little island

1952

CHENERY

of Barbados which is so dear to all of us.”

The prize day was held at the
Globe theatre -vhich was packed
to capacity with children, parents
guardians and_ friends. Extra
chairs had to be used to accom-
modate the large number of peo-
ple.

The pupils of the fifth form
staged scenes from Shakespeare's
“Twelfth Night” arc Mr. Chenery
in his speech remarked, “It is ex-
tremely gratifying to see a school
which has only recently started! is
fn a position to put on a pro-
duction such as we have wit-
nessed. They deserve the most
hearty congratulations for the en-
tertainment they have provided.”

The Play was produced and
directed by the headmaster. Mrs.
Lynch took charge of costumes
and Miss Barrow, make-up. The
cast was Eudene Arthur as Olivia,
Aurie Clarke as Viola, Joan Seale
as Maria, Ronald Thompson as
Orsino, Ethelbert Thompson as
Sir Toby, Kenneth Walrond as
Antonio, Rufus Lavine as Sir
Andrew, Harold Chandler as
Sebastian, Stephen Lynton—and
Anthony Mason as first and sec-
ond officer respectively, Stephen
Lynton as_ Valentine, Grant
Proverbs as Malvolio, Keith Cor-
bin as Priest, Louis Burke as
Feste, Lydston Bailey as Fabian
and Diana Humphrey as Olivia’s
attendant. Anthony Mason also
acted as Curio,

Outstanding

Rufus Lavine as Sir Andrew
and Louis Burke as Feste gave
outstanding performances.
Lavine’s gestures admirably gave
life to his words and he showed
that he had got into the spirit of
the play and his part. Louis Burke
gave an entertaining perform-
ance. He played his part so well
that one was apt to take him fo
a girl.

After Mr. Chenery had finished
speaking Mr. Ward, senior maste1
of the school, moved a vote of
thanks.

Mr. Chenery said that it was
a very great privilege for him to
be asked to attend and distribute
the prizes and certificates to the
successful winners who had done
So well in the examinations which
had been conducted during the
past two years.

He congratulated those. who
had won certificates and prizes
and said, “To those who in
spite of their endeavours failed
to achieve a prize, I will advise
and exhort them to continue their
efforts and endeavours because
the mere winning of a prize is
not the greatest achievement. The
striving for a prize is something
more worthwhile. Striving is what
will build up the characters of
pupils and youngsters to face the
stern battles which are sure to
confront them when they have
their life work before them.”

He said that it was in the effort
made during such formative years
that the future citizens of Bar-
bados would result and he could
not too strenuously impress upon
both past and present pupils of
the school, that it was up to them
to assist the headmaster and his
zealous staff in the good work
which they had undertaken under
auspicies which he hoped were
nothing other than splendid.

“The carrying on of a school
is an undertaking that demands
the highest of human effort and





endeavour”, he said “and
headmaster and his staff rely on of

the whole-hearted support
will and co-operation,



of the pupils of the schools,
also of parents and guardians
to assist them in their tremendous

undertaking.
Congratulations

“I wish to congratulate
Lynch and his staff on the splen-
did work they are doing for the
good of this little island of Bar-

bados which is so dear to

us. I am sure he has the
stinted support and admiration of

the whole island in the

which is increasing and which as

nereases calls for greater
and exertion on his part.
I am sure from the high

tion he has already established
that he will not fail or falter

the days that lie ahead.”

Mr. Chenery said he had
joyed the performance of Tweifth
Night. The pupils deserved
most hearty congratulations
nn excellent entertainment.

that connection he had to

sincere thanks to those members
of the staff who must have given
much of their time and trouble
to ensure that the production
would be a success as undoubted-

it had been,

Such a _ production tended
widen interest, and the cultural
udvancement which necessarily
followed from the participation of
such a performance of Twelfth
Night or anyother Shakespearean
production. Apart from the learn-

ing that might be derived

books, the artistic and cultural
value was bound to be of
estimable worth in broadening
the outlook of those who

taken part.

“It is extremely gratifying
ee that a school which has only

recently started on its way

a position to put on a production
uch as we have witnessed today.
It speaks for the interest which
the staff take in the school
pupils ga

for the interest that the
themselves take.”

He said it was usual at speech
days for people to indulge
theories of education and to take
the opportunity to expatiate
t should
the aim and object of education
either at the particular school or
in general. He, however, did
feel that on that particular occa-
sion there was any need for
to comment on the state of

whatever they thoug



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ed Barbados recently. Nor
he then concerned with whether
Science, Classics or technical edu-
cation was the best suited fo
pupils of the Modern or Barba-

dos in general.

Educational System

That did not mean that he had
not given thought to their educa-
tion system or the means
which it might be guided so that
it might best fulfil the purposes
for which public money was ex-
pended. Far from that, each and
every member of the community

had, and was bound to be

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But as he-had said it w not NV i exa P

indulge in any
flown theory of that kind,
concerned

unmindful

would no doubt seek wider fielc

wherever

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school depended

during the past six years in feel
ing that this barque — if I may
metaphor—will be soon
seas which will be

here in these early

come when the school ,,
be continuing on its onward
growth look back
with pride and satisfaction in the
they were the back-
ground of a school which played
in the advancement,

Gentlemen,
great pleasure

nial Speech

has come for us £0 Watson. I may mention in passir
ran account of our steward- however that, strangely enough. 7,
examination successes neither of the two contractir





Oxford and Cambridge Due to the lack of playi
Ninety-four subject fields our incursions into the fiel

terms work, this short period be- haphazard and sporadic. We have

from a December to a table tennis in which we engaged
examination, having defeated Codrington Col Wal aeuieuehan ‘ all aad
952 y raine ne lege, Combermere and all ether te atmosphere oF wassa anc

1952) we gained on B conviviality associated with this |
candidate being de- A class
special mention. I Tennis, Rawle Phillips, is
skine Carter who Boy. The Runner up in the



Scripture, English Lan- cession, Alvery Guiler, is a pu}

Elementary

subject he did outside better luck next time.
hours in little more In track Athletics we won the (:4

mentioned

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BARBADOS ADVOCATI



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nediately after
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s to express his grati- te liate evels the whole tear
manne 1ich Inasmuch a ome pupils must (he choal had
S being ted experience considerable aifficulty and the team o n-
result v t v in ne tiating t x ford ind experic ed inioi who had
ure, to be re { nbridge Cre mu < tificate as per d ttle

kind of city e Xaminwedio yelcome or

have in t of this ft exarnunha ve










though he t cant for thé i : a

of the fact brethren rhe took t all in good
many of the pupils of that schoo! Old Scholars art however, and have obvious-
$ We are h y to have heard | rine much needed experi-
had to offer, He from old hol in various ence which will stand them in

the ails of the parts of the Their con- tead for next year
"y went, temporaries will be interested to [ am piea to be able to an-
he dignity, both hear that Clarke is now ince that we have been granted
a SC hool. in India, Artey ar nber of permissiar to use the Princess

i the the US irforce fighting in Alice Playing field for

lity Korea F< ea pupils of the nes as soon 1 list of rules



ying Hela ana chool are carrying out their life's vern use of the field has



woul it able

work in various parts of the globe. Set This will now en-

c
Y Girls are studying nursing at the able us to enter official cricket



ri
cricke



note, TS local haspital, England, and in and footbal competition a
maintain, the uncon- the U.S.A. Others have joined the rely needed outlet for the ener-
tige and position of local Elementary Teaching Ser- f the boy



the West Indies vice Oil Refinerie: dat We } i very successful

was in the hands ang Curacao have clai mat Meeting at Kensington
parents because i boys con of hoe co A J he records were

their co-operative effort Harding in Trinid ind Eustac rokt ar great keenne was
Boyer it Curacao are alread) both by the boys and the

we can take heart yperators holding position of ls. I should like to thank the
has been achieved trust and responsibility Vhile Pickwick Cricket Club for the use
ome like Mervyn Richards, Kes- Of their lovely ground every fear

ner St. Hill and Richard Cooke for the purpose of holding our
have joined the local police force, Sports Meetin





other have gone further afleld,; Thanks
calm and whic h will not = - ‘hema Teotties hes tolned: ne Chiat keane a doollee nice
o seamanship o ., ‘ -
satya nat She pais Dominica Con abulary, Worrel ish il and the Depart-
ee i! ‘and Austin the Bahamas Police. ment of ition for their gen-'
confident of that be- y,, } * ; f
We hope to hear of their promo- ty in sending us magazines
from long and in- tien goon g aga .
soon, 1 periodic ‘ag %
timate acquaintance the characte Pie dicals regularly We

Evans Waithe who is studying are deeply indebted too to all}
medicine in the U.S.A. was grant ‘e generous people who gave|
ed a special certificate of Merit us prizes to be presented today |
by the Board of Education of New » helped to make this fune-|
York City passing with the mark tion possible Their names you
A” in all his examinations and wil] find on your programme.|
gaining an average of 95% in Their ready response cannot be
French. We wish him further suc- lighly laude
-eSSes I

should like at this stage to|
Many old pupils have gained

whom the destiny
is entrusted,



school will in the



express my deep appreciation of |
positions locally and are doins the work of the staff and to thank |

cultural, of Bar- well. Former pupils of the schoo! them publicly for their help and

West Indies may be found in the C ivil Service, cooperatior Staff changes are

at Messrs, Cable & Wirel he necessarily frequent and unex-

Headmaster’s Report Gulf Oil Co., and in the various pected but on every occasion

focal business houses when the need arose, we have

headmaster in presenting This being a_ co-educat ‘ been able to press into service |

said: — school, perhaps it should not old boy or girl who has come

Lordship, Ladies and surprising that certain of ott nobly to the rescue. I must single |

it gives me very past pupils have decided to set qt Messrs C. M. Lynch and|

to extend a hearty up housekeeping together Since py Ward for special congratula- |

you all on the ocea- last Speech Day, Eustace Boyce tions on passing their Inter-Arts |
school’s third Bien- returned from Curacao to mart London since last Speech Day

Day and prize-giving Lucille Kennedy while Hutso An Old Scholar Association

Simmons took as his bride Joy« |

was launched early this year and
there have been several reunions
this connection we are further

indebted to the British Council
the period under parties happened to be at scho this time for a monthly film-show



Will see set out i here together so it was not “to the members of this - Old

programmes, In July 1951 case of early selection Scholars’ Association. These films
permitted to write the . ; y : oa ee

Certificate Examination Achievements In Sport lave been both entertaining and

instructive and we hope they will
be continued during the coming
year. The Old Scholars’ Associ-
ation will be holding its first An-
nual Reunion Dinner on Satur-

gained after two of sport have been necessa il

as a result of the won all the friendly games «

that the Christmas fare and gen-

thirteen subject teams we played. Incidentally the
f island Champion at Table Season will foster and cement
an Old that spirit of camaraderie among
B Old Scholars which ought always

» be preserved if the link with



in nine subjects class for the second year in *u



he ( hool not yet broken

English Literature, His- of the school and so was the .“ a! Si vam pase of
French, Oral French, finalist in the Island-Wide" Boy la cegs ”? it Ne I ibn ry "he

M : ol he ublic ibrary >

Mathematics a.nd Championship, Francis Gregoir« organised a mall school

and Politics. The last We wish the two last-mentioned ,), rar hich we hope soon to ex- |

I 1 We shall be grateful for
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I think he deserves Boys’ Championship in 1950 but ,;,,, Froy Old Scholars .and
congratulations, Harrison College tied with t iN other
Bryan too did wall in 1951 to share the Championshit
examination, maintaining © for that year. This annual cham- Text Books
by passing in all pionship i decided on poit Perhay it might not be out of
of the eight subjects he attermpt- gained in the School boys’ event’ place on this occasion to make an
at the Amateur Athletic As‘oci- appeal to parents to try to pro-
Subject passes in the ation’s Sports meetings vide heu children with text-|
Chamber of Commerce At Basketball, after being un- book Our already heavy «task is |
at Certificate Stage defeated in the Second Division considerably a avated when
set out in detail on for the whole of the 1951 season, there are many pupils in a form
programmes, we emerged champions ‘and » withot text-book in certain

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PAGE FOUR

BARBADOS ei ADVOCATE

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Friday, December 19, 1952

MORE TAXES

THE Bill of which notice was given in
the General Assembly on Tuesday to im-
pose a tax on entertainments to which the
public are admitted for payment is the
second step taken by the government to
increase indirect taxation as outlined in
the memorandum on the-five year plan of
development and-.taxation. Action has
already been taken to increase the amounts
collected by customs and excise duties as
outlined in the memorandum when it was
laid in the General Assembly on October
i4. The entertainment tax has hitherto
been considered solely as a tax on cinema
entertainment but the bill lists Exhibi-
tions, Cricket, football and sports meet-
ings, Theatres, Boxing Matches, Fairs and
Bazaars, Labour Days and Race Meetings
as coming within the provisions of the Act.
Professor Beasley in A Fiscal Eat sug-
gested that an entertainment tax of 20 per
cent. might be introduced and he suggested
that $70.000 might be raised from cinemas
alone. The Bill which is now before the
General Assembly is expected to bring in
about $50,000 a year and a ten per cent.
entertainment tax is to be charged on al-
most every form of paid public entertain-
ment with the exception of those specific-
ally exempted as for instances fairs the
proceeds of which are devoted entirely to
religious or charitable uses,

The news that entertainment tax is to
be charged on all kinds of public enter-
tainments including sports meetings and
theatrical performances will surprise
many, especially as A Fiscal Survey of
Barbados gave the impression that only
cinemas would be affected by entertain-
ment tax.-On the other hand the addition
of ten per Cent. on entertainments cannot
be regarded as a hardship although the in-
creased charge for entertainments may re-
sult in decreased attendances at cinemas,
sports meetings and other public enter-
tainments of those to whom entertainment
tax represents only a very small portion
of the total increased prices which they
have to pay as measures are taken by the
government to collect more revenue in
accordance with the programme of taxa-
tion in the five year plan.

In itself 10 per cent. increase on enter-
tainments is a fair and inoffensive method
of raising revenue. This was the descrip-
tion employed by Professor Beasley of
entertainment tax. But Professor P>as-
ley's recommendations for im

- Oosing en-
tertainment tax were not followed by
recommendations to increase individual

rates of income tax. His excellent advice
was not taken by the government and
those who will have to pay entertainment
taxes have also to provide for larger in-
come tax payments next year. Nor is the
tax on entertainment the final instalment
of the policy proposed in the memoran-
dum. Another Bill is to be introduced into
the Legislature to increase the tax on
sweepstakes, No one can object to an in-
creased tax on betting but it must be borne
in mind that this tax is not being intro-
duced to relieve the taxpayers who do not
bet but simply to increase the total rev-
enue of the government. Had the enter-
tainment tax and inerdased betting (ax
been accompanied by in¢reases in family
allowances and education allowances or
some other concession they would have
been welcomed widely by the majority of
taxpayers. Instead they are likely to be
resented as additional burdens and may in
Some cases decrease attendances at public
entertainments. Should this occur the gov-
ernment may fail to obtain the additional
revenue they expect although the reverse
result might be obtained if more people
seek greater entertainment to relieve the
poenptony of a high taxed existence. In
E ts connection it would be interesting to
now how government reconciles its cam-
Paign to encourage Savings with a taxation
policy which makes savings well-nigh im-
Ossible for all but a smalf mumber of
zi - 4 statement of withdrew.
- from the Government Savings Bank
this month might show how the majority
of depositors tregard the Savings Bank as
= eee rather than a permanent meth
od of savings. It is difficult t .
f rings, 0 see how in-
creased individual r, i
. ates of income t:
ax,
ing putinment tax and betting tax are go-
the eat of eee Savings especially when
cs f as i j n ’
eevee, of living has just risen because of
. ment imposed Increases of customs
an excise tax and conti et
Cause of the natural ris i
cles. Too little attention hen kn
va to the vital sentences of A Fiscal Sur-
abe n wna eis Us Para 7 Professor Beasley
and the: more ‘even ‘Gltsiece oo preg
/ Cees ot of res es j
pene true that the real wealth of the inhabie
— Pe barbados as a whole is little greater
“ t an it was in the period of the so-called
epression just before the war.” If this is so
(and who can doubt it) then increased taxation
nsidious thing because all it means
sovernment is taking more and more
iu wealth of the community for itself
ee no greater wealth is being produced to
pe. spent on the things which were possible
ore the government started Increasing its
demands. The apologetic manner in’ which
spokesmen of the Bovernment treat every
ancrease in taxation as not being very much in
itself helps to camouflage the total quantity
which each taxpayer finally contributes to the
government's purse, Few individuals realise
how great this total is and how rapidly it
increases. The shock of artificially higher prices
for rum, tobacco and petrol would have been
much easier to bear if it had not been followed
by natural increases in prices of other com-
Modities: before it is absorbez fully comes the
Warning in the shape of a Bill to introduce
entertainment tax of another increase in living
costs: soon a betting tax will raise the price of
a harmless flutter on the horses: and also listed
is an item known as miscellaneous fees. When
a Bill is introduced to implement this final
proposal of the memorandum on the Five Year
Plan to increase indirect taxation, water rates
and stamp duties (inclusive of postage on let~

is that the
of the real



ters) will almost certainly be raised. The
government hopes to obtain from le gislation
designed to increase miscellaneous fees twice
the sum it expects to obtain from entertain-
ment tax and an increased tax on racing.

The heaviest blow, a$ it were, has bee n
reserved for the last b by now the full effect



of the taxation proposals outlined in the mem-



orandum on the Five Year Plan is easier
foresee and the prospect is not encourag for
those on whom this surprising qua of



increased taxes has fallen;



BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



Agricultural Development

|
Deputy Chairman. Caribbean Research Council. |

- By ERIC WILLIAMS

THE Second Sess of t
Conference held is m-
mended sustained eff
tain agricultural diver
the highest level com;
local conditions, in regard to pro-
duction both of export crops and
food crops for local and regional
consumption, whilst the F
Session in 1950 invited
tention to the






1ain-
n at

i vith







diver ‘

of foo

crops and the expansion
production for local consumption
The First Session which met in
1944, emphasised the production
of needed foéds, particularly the
rich in protein and_ essential
vitamins and minerals, and ir
this connection stressed the im-
portance of mixed ‘farming and

attention to livestock,

Sugar Lands

Except in Surinam, the acreage
under sugar has increased consid-
erably since the outbreak of World
War II, by one-third in Puerte
Rice, one-sixth in British Guiana,
and one-tenth in Trinidad. and
Tobago, whilst in Jamaica the
acreage-cultivated by estates and
registered cane farmers has
doubled. In Surinam the ac:
declined by more than or
between 1938 and 1949.

The acreage under coconuts also
has increased, by two-thirds in
British Guiana between 1938 and
1950,. by two-fifths in Surinam
between 1945 and 1950, and by
one-eighth in Puerto Rico between
1940 and 1950- As a result of the
disastrous hurricane of 1944, how-
ever, the acreage in Jamaica de-
clined by one-sixteenth between
1942 and 1950; the effects of the
equally disastrous f



hurricane of
1951 are not yet clear.

With respect to citrus, the num-
ber of grapefruit trees in Jamaica
increased by one-fifth between
1942 and 1950, of lime trees by
three-fifths, and orange trees by
four-fifths. Between 1940 and
1950 the increase in the produc-
tion of oranges in Puerto Rico was
paralleled by the decrease in the
production of grapefruit, Figures
are not available to permit com-
parison over a period of the acre-
age under citrus in Trinidad and
Tobago; all that can be
that exports, especially of juices,
have increased.

The acreage under otner export
crops has declined—coffee, cotton,
tobacco. The decline in coffee
acreage in Surinam was more than
one-half between 1945 and 1950
The decline in acreage under cot-
ton in Puerto Rico was one-half

Said .s5

between 1939 and 1950, and ir
the acreage under tobacco, one-
fifth, *

As far as food production is con-
cerned, the greatest development ;
has taken place in rice. Acreage {
increased by two-thirds in Brit-
ish Guiana between 1938 and
1950, and by three-quarters in

Surinam between 1944 and 1951,
Another example of the increased
attention paid to rice cultivation
in the Caribbean is provided by
Jamaica, where the acreage in-
creased from 500 acres in 1942 to
9,300 in 1951. In Puerto Rico, on
the other hand. the decline in the
acreage has exceeded one-half,



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renowned than’ War.” sang the
bard of old, and now the hero of
the one, marches forth to do battle
for the other.

Eleven Presidents of the Unit-
ed States of America have been
Generals and contemporary his-
torians aver that their records are
not inspiring. Even as recently as
during the Conventions which
preceded the election the nation
was warned not to elect a military
man. The people spoke in unmis-
takable tones, and gave Ike the
unprecedented landslide vote of
60,000,000. Posterity alone will tell
how right they were and the hold-
er of the high office himself will
write the story for the generations
yet unborn.

2 Bo .

I read the signs aright when I
Saw that I thought Eisenhower
would be elected. On every hand
there was a feeling thal the time
had come for a change, and ule
though the Democrats have built
a monument more lasting than
brass, the need for a reshuffle was
the dominant urge. Here is a quo-
tation which I think was of more
than passing: interest to many
thoughtful voters as they cast their
ballot.

“For one reason or another,
even a wisely led political party
given long tenure of office, fin-
ally fails to express any longer
the will of the people, and when
it does so fail to express the will
of the people, it ceases to be an
effective instrument of govern-
ment. It is fat better for such a
political party, certainly better
for the state, that it should be
relegated to the role of critic,
and that the opposing political
Party should assume the reins
of government.”

This quotation came from the

reat Democratic President

ranklin D. Roosevelt in October
1932 at the end of the Republican
)vegime—just when the Democrats
took over twenty years ago. That
Was twenty years ago, and appar-
ently “we—the people” thought
this dictum was applicable again.
Calvin Coolidge, a former Presi-
dent was credited with the origin-
al utterance of these striking lines,
but the truth of them will outlive
all Presidents -— Republican
Democratic.

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The Presidential
as carved its
in the th

erica The i el
“cracked the solid South” to us¢






> of milk









A VISITor IN NEW YORK







In a previeus article an
attempt was made to ap-
prise the progress made im
the ccuntries served by the
©aribbean Commission in
mplementing the recom-
mendations of the West In-
dian Conference relating to
industrial develepmert. This
article will attempt a similar
task in the field of agricul-
tural development, includ-

ing processing and market-
ing. *



Other Food Crops
Only | ted figures are avail-
food crops. These
that the acreage under
in Jamaica almost trebled



1¢ otner
indice

corn







between 1942 and 1950, and that
the acreage under other crops in
Puerto Rico increased between
1939 and 1950 by one-half for

yams, three-quarters for plantains



and one-seventh for tannia, whilst
the acreage under cowpeas more
than doubled. Between 1944 and



19

egg



) Puerto Rico’s production of
trebled; whilst the production
increased by three-quar-





ters, and of pork by one-third.
The number of cattle in Jamaica
iner i by one-tenth between








1942 and 1950; the number of pigs,
however, declined by one-third,
as a result of the effect of hurri-
canes on coc production.
The most example of

the

duc

progress food pro-
development
is afforded by
the relative im-
plantation agricul-

of small

Surinam, w

portance of







ture and cale farming in
the total production
ha t progressed in favour
of the In 1940 plantation



a ounted for 17%

production

of
and





tural











al farming for 83%. In
1950 e plantation sector had
further declined to 10%, and the
small farming sector increased to
90% —exactly the reverse of the
Siustion at the’ turn of the
century. The plantation economy
and small far rs accounted for
1,600,000 guilders each of the
&ross value of the product avail-
able for industrial processing in
1940, In 1950 the plantation share
was 2,800,000 guilders; the small

fe share rose to 7,100,000
Ider the value of-rice pro-
duction increasing from 1,400,000

\o 6,400,000 guilders.

Agriculturar Processing
The production of twice as
h sugar in Jamaica and three
as much rum in Trinidad
Tobago between 1938 and
re the outstanding examples
reased processing in the





ditional Caribbean industries
This has been fairly general for
the area, except in the case of
jar and rum in Surinam and of
for Martinique. The in-

Puerto Rico have been
xth for sugar and two-fifths
in Jamaica one-half for
Guadeloupe three-fifths
for sugar and one-eighth for rum,
Sugar production in Surinam de-
by more than one-third
between 1945 and 1950, and rum





rum

clined

iy Bareey Millar

the term which s¢ vividly describes
Ike's triv n in those states which
have ways voted Democratic.
The “crack” was such a solid break
iy the Republican High
is planning to make per-
tal of it. ‘No former
indidate had ventured
it domain, and the results
to indicate that.the time 1s
to produce political stuff
Which will appeal to the heads, as












well to-the hearts of South-
erner

The story of the South, with all
its fascinating facets, will no doubt
one day be portrayed by a pen

polsed perhaps about the middle of
the way. The apparently undying
prejudices, racial discrimination,
colour and class questions will all
be viewed in their proper perspec-
ve, and the progress along the
Way to overcoming these barriers
proportionately noted. The spread
of Education, civic pride, and
human relations will slow ly push
this progress along and iif the
Eisenhower administration did
nothing more but left a record of
having definitely fostered a better
understanding among the cosmo-
politan peoples who make up this
nation, then it would be deserving
of a place in the sun when the
final stery has been told. Human
nature is the same the world over,
and wounds heal slowly according
to the dictates of nature. If the
natural process is aided then the
healing is more rapid and one day
éven the scars left might be oblit-
erated.
‘ .

For’a n



Vspaper man, the re-
cording of the progress of the elec-
tion its was a most wonderful
experience All the resources of
the most modern methods of col-

lecting and distributing news were
tapped and I sat before the tele-
vision and saw the actual ‘casting
of vetes by. Bernard Baruch in
New York, Adlai Stevenson him-
self in Chicago, and people in the
North, South, East and West of
the United States. Then returns
started to come in, and you saw
Eisenhower's total grow larger





than his rivals’. Next the scores
would be level, or Stevenson
would establish a lead for a short
time. Ret by States and by




districts kept interest always alive












and then u saW a picture of the
Comn > Hotel where Ike had
establis his Headquarters
Here tot n illuminated Score
t > crowd could



voting
venson
t milar ar-
for tra



the pro-
f the election with the can-
self wearing a grim
he noted his waning
C f living in White
ef
Ar s t
hour fN
tial
) 1
F
Vewe >



production by more than one-half.
Sugar preducticn in Martinique
leclined by one-quarter between
1949 and 1951, whilst there was a
slight increase in the case of rum

The major development in the
cigarette industry in the Carib-
bean has been the decline of
production in Puerto Rico in 1950
to a mere one-eleventh of the
1938 figure. On the other hand,
Trinidad and Tobago’s production
in 1951 was nearly mne-tenths,
greater than production in 1938.
In Jamaica production increased
slightly between 1945 and 1949.

The First Session of the West
Indian Confer€nee stressed the
importance of food processing or.
the basis of a regional plan and
urged? that a survey be made by
the Commission of the poten-
tialities for food production and
processing on a_ regional basis.
The Industrial Development Con-
ference, held in Puerto Rico in
1952, included feod processing in
a list of industries studies on
which it recommended to the
Commission. While no regional
action has been taken by the
Commission, some progress has
been made in Individual terri-
tories. f

Outstanding Development

The outstanding development
is the producti of condensed
milk in .Jamaica. Production
more than doubled between 1945
end 1949. As a result, Jamaica
has stopped orrng condensed
milk, and earned in 1950 from its
experts almost as much as ii
spent in 1935 on imports.

Jamaica has also made progress
in the cornmeal industry. Pro-
cuction nearly doubled between
1945 and 1949. As a_ result,
Jamaica imported no cornmeal in
1950, whereas it imported 4,683
tons in 1935, valued at £40,488.

Production statistics of canned
vegetables are not available. But
the progress made can be partly
estimated from the export trade
Statistics. Jamaica's exports have
risen from 2 tons to 470 tons be-
tween 1944 and 1950, The exports
have increaséd in value from £141
to £36,369. In 1938 Puerto Rico
exported 349 tons of canned and
dried vegetables, valued at U.S.
$49,523; in 1950 its exports of
canned vegetables alone were 520
tons, valued at U.S. $184,193. The
recent establishment of plants for
canning sweet potatoes and pigeon
peas are perhaps the best indica-
tion of Puerto Rican progress in
this field.

Edible Oils and Fats

The .British West Indies have
become virtually self-sufficient in
the field of edible oils and fats.
Margarine production in Jamaica
increased by one-fifth between
1945 and 1949, and production of
lard by one-half. Trinidad and
Tobago's production of lard in-
creased by one-seventh between
1938 and 1951. Jamaica, Trinidad
and Tobago, and Barbados, which
imported all or scme of their
requiren.ents in 1938 had become
exporters in 1950.

In 1938, for example, Barbados
imperted 248 tons of margarine
and 174 tons of lard substitutes.
In 1950 it exported 165 tons of
margarine and 101 tons of. lard
substitutes.

(To Be Continued)





of our wireless equipment. An
American lady visitor to Barbados
who was in residence at the Marine
Hotel rang the phone at regular
intervals of ten and fifteen minutes
for news, and was ever so delight-
ed when.Mr. Dewey, the Republi-
can candidate had established an
early lead. She chatted gaily with
me and she described the attributes
of the two men and likened them
to chalk and cheese. But when the
Mid-Western States swung the
balance’ in favour’ of Democrat
Truman and the solid south re-
mained solid, she became quite
angry. When it was clear that Mr.
Truman would go back to the
White House which he had occu-
pied since Mr. Roosevelt's death,
she boiled over. She said a few
words for which she afterwards
apologised, but I was tickled when
she said, “If I could get near
enough to Mr. Truman now...
it would have to be another elec-
tion right away.”

Now, four years later, living and
moving among the folks who make
up the people of America, I can
fully appreciate the intensity of
her feelings. Here is the whole
book thrown at a candidate, but it
may be thrown along with the
book case.

President Truman warned Ike
of “dead cats, rotten eggs, and
spoiled tomatoes” being thrown in

his direction before the campaign |*

was over, And how right the
President was. He knew what he
was talking about, but his aim was
bot as good as his prediction

Anyhow it is now al] over. The
smoke of the battle has almost en-
tirely cleared away and in their re-
spective places people are settling
down to meet the change. Ike's
first selections of members for his
cabinet have opened the eyes of
those who thought that he would
be led by Mr. Robert Taft. Ike
seems to be standing on his own
two feet—quite a refreshing state
of affairs: in high places in
America ,

Of those who failed to win, I
have a sneaking suspicion that
Adlai Stevenson is not altogether
sorry that he lost out. I believe
that he would have been a good
President in so far as carrying on
the tradition of the Roosevelt
dynasty was concerned. He is an
excellent speaker with the gift of
true oratory, and would have de-
lighted his listeners with his fire-
side speeches illuminated by flash-
ing wit.

But maybe many granted him
the request he made when he ad-
dressed the caucus of the Illinois
delegation to the Demoeratie con-
vention in July. He told them:

“I couldm't—wouldn't—did not
wish to be a candidate for Presi-
dent. I have no fitnmess—tem-
peramentally, mentally, or phy-
sically—for the job. And I ask,
therefore, that you will abide by
my wishes not to nominate me
nor to vote for me if I should be
nominated. I just don't want to
be nominated,”

% *
of the people has
and now America and the
civilised world await the

era,

voice












































A LITERARY CONNECTION

By R. V. TAYLOR

IN 1728 a monk arrived in London after

. 8 hasty departure from Paris and entered a

noble household as a tutor. His name was

Prevost and the cause of his flight was the}

publication of a work which in its second
edition became the celebrated Manon Les-
caut. For an Abbé to be discovered as the
author of such a work was scandalous indeed
and Prevost thought it best to flee his coyn-
try. He entered the household of Sir John
Eyles a former Lord Mayor of London and
an M_P., as a tutor for his son. But Prevost
could never remain anywhere for long and
by 1730 he was on the run again, this time
to Holland. :

The Eyles family was one with connec-
tions in Barbados, as influential here as. it
was in England. At the end of the Caroline
and beginning of the Georgian period mem-

bers of this family were frequently back | ese ESL SSS SSIS,

and forth between Barbados and the mothe:
country. They were agents and Attorneys
for all the important Barbadian families of
this time and most of the contemporary wills
and deeds contain references to them.

The two most mentioned are Sir Francis
and Sir John Eyles, the latter not the em-
ployer of Prevost but a cousin of his; then
in the early years of the 18th century Si
Joseph Eyles, whose brother John was the
one to engage Prevost as tutor to his son.
A glance at contemporary records shows
with what regularity they left this island
by the Powers of Attorney given, the sales
and business transactions by the Convey-
ances and Mortgages. Sugar was consignec
to their London office and they also acted as
agents. Thomas Hothersall, snapped off at
the early age of thirty in 1710, left his manor
Guyduy Hall in Essex to John and Francis
Eyles to pay his debts and legacies, and to
wind up his affairs.

Most of the Barbadian families having
property in England left it in the Eyles’
hands.

Curiously enough at exactly the same time
the English Eyles family was at its peak
of prosperity, considerable references to
other Eyles’ are found in the parish registers
of Barbados. The connection has not been
established but the christian names bear a
striking similarity. On 16th August 1683,
Thomas the son of Mr. Thomas Eyles, and
Sarah his wife, was baptised in St. Michael.
Next cemes the marriage of John Eyles to
Sarah Horner, in 1695, and in 1699 their
daughter Sarah was baptised.

In-1701 another daughter followed, Cecilia:
in 1714 John, the son of Captain John and
Mrs. Olive Eyles. On and on through the
years that correspond exactly with the fam-
ily’s connection with Barbados appear the
baptism, marriages and burials of the Eyles
most of them John, Thomas, Sarah—the
family names.

When Sir John and Sir Joseph Eyles died
in England in 1702 and 1739 respectively
the last important connection was severea
with Barbadian affairs. Copies of their wills
were recorded in Barbados but from then
on information of them ceases. So that chap-
ter closes; and what happened to Prevost
after he fled to Holland in 1730? By 1733 he
had to flee Holland and return:to England.
from whence he resumed his wanderings.
Eventually he reconciled himself to the
church and obtained a post as secular priest
in the Conti household. For a time he en-
joyed the fame of his novels. translations
and other literary works, which with one
exception are forgotten to-day. That
exception is the brilliant Manon Lescaut.

aie ctaes ;
EITHER WAY THEY PAY
By NEWELL ROGERS
WASHINGTON.
IN Palm Springs, California, residents will
have the choice from February I of seeing a
film at home or going to a cinema. Either
way they pay.
Those who stay at home will drop coins in
a slot attached to their TV set. But set-
owners without this attachment will not be
able to dial in the picture.

HENRY H. HEIMANN, top official of the
National Association of Credit Men — who
need to know about such things—refuses to
believe in any business.recession when re-
armament spending slackens. His argument.
When this spending tapers off taxes will be
lowered. Then business costs will be cut
and consumers will have more to spend,

* *

INVITED to lecture at Harvard University
Dr. R. A. Davis took 117 days to reach his
lecture hall from New Zealand. He sailed
with his family in a 48ft. ketch and fought
hurricanes — and measles contracted by his

son.
* * *
LEUEEN McGRATH, the British actress

is going to help America build a rival to
Stratford-on-Avon’s Shakespeare Theatre
She is going to tour with Claude Rains
Margaret Webster, and €va Le Galiene it
“An Evening with Will Shakespeare” to raiss
money for an American
Connecticut.

Globe Theatre in

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Local History Reader
Approved By Barbados

Elementary Teachers



BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE

SHARK WATERS 93 Piles Sunk
At Bareclay’s Site N 0 W one
ad ; Bank a rapidly goin a new medicated

unt ind so fa














‘ th

ve } r ipleted we



ce enitaa, "eapectneeaead ‘dog soap
r ~ . . > rks, told the dvocate yes
AT THE conclusion of Mr. J. C. Hammond’s lecture i hat the \ eoue po oo
on “Education”, Mr. F. A. Hoyos addressed the general



three piles are

WITH DISTINCT ADVANTAGES

meeting of the Barbados Elementary Teachers Associa-

tion on Saturday. Mr. Hoyos was invited by the President





t to complete the
Mr. A. G. Jordan, and the Executive Committee of the . , other in three weeks, and|
. will 1 wtly for Jamaica to

Association to speak about the book he had prepared as carry out the same type of work.|

a history reader for use in Elementary and Secondary i not been for the rain @ leaves the coat healthy

Schools. few weeks ago, we would have and glossy

M H 1 I ya eae 6 es pa a cleared the 100 mark” Mr

Mr. Hoyos explained that the 7 e Caulfield said, | strove fleas. lice and tick
idea of such a book had been Y acht Sails asd | @ destroys fleas, lice and ticks
given to him by the Caribbean

Union of Teachers when they held

? . |

F . Road Accidents | @ 0085 0210s: manve
conference in Barbados in 1946. A l

The C.U.T. suggested at that - or i igua Lester Odle of King Street, S
Michael, was treated at the Gen-
eral Hospital yesterday for a cut
on his head after he was involves |
in an accident with a lorry on |

Government Hill, St. Michael,

t con
ference of West Indian teachers, x r

drawn from almost every section Ov er W eekend
of the Caribbean area, that text-

books should be written on local The
subjects for the purpose of giving Frrant”
the West Indian child some




@ protects the hards

pleasure yacht “Nymph
is now on dock where



general repairs are being carried

about 12.30 p.m 4 5
; i is . s whe Shark divers operate. Daniel Sobers ; .
new 4 his ; ent. : Ne ; ¥. 7 , CLUFFS, near Stroud Bay, St. Lucy, is one of the points where shar At the v + accicie Yale i 3 if Ad 0 S$ 0 ie
See ee ete = a ahs ck fe her before leaving for (inset) better known as “Captain Fisco”, is the skipper of one crew. Arrow indicates the cliffs under i “ ure - baw SS aes ‘a
d subjects sugge Antigua ar . as riding a bicycle yovern- ie
were Our System of Government, Nymph Errant arrived in Car- ee hace hh a nk Pa a 4 bee Ma ment Hill. The front wheel and | medicated SOAP: for dogs
Our Fauna and Flora, our indus- lisle Bay on December 1, after

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trial and agricultural set-up, and cossing the Atlantic from Las Shi I Ky { ;
famous men and women in the Talmas in 26 days. A crossing ay r s £ re
history of each territory. which its owner-skipper Mr, John

The Caribbean Union of teach- Staniland described as disappoint- au ght t
ers, continued Mr. Hoyos, rightly ing. During the crossing they between the motor cars P— 56 |
felt that their undertaking was cxverienced heavy squalls and owned and driven by John Gay of
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historians, scientists and all who Australia who has been touring 'S Skipper of a crew of “shark conductor Cecil Arthur of Arch Hall. St. Thomas. £3 and| 1 96 and the right headlamp and Cee PLO. BOX 485, BRIDGETOWN '
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handle the task. Several commit- Nymph Errant is 46 feet overall! There are many other crews 1/- costs to be paid in 1 lavs or one month’s imprison- | right front fender of P—56 were
tees were appointed, one to deal 29d is powered by a 30 h.p, diesel diving for sharks in that ae, ment with hard labour for carrying 50 pas: ngers in a damaged
: with each of the projects suggest- @ngine. She will sail over the Captain Fiscos crew is mace bus on November 15 that was licenced to carry 36 . nt
4 ed by the C.U.T. Unfortunately, weekend for Antigua where the up of seven includin, —o Arthur who was not represente |
; these committees, for one reason Party on board will spend Christ- Bowen, Neville Brome, soon pleaded guilty of the charge. Sgt ey mM }
: for another, never got down to one with = Mrs. Anne Davidson Harris and _Terrell Ca ae Alleyne attached to Central Polic« Aeid Throwers ‘ ’ oh * tv
s the actual work of preparation, W9 is crossing the Atlantic alone “Diving for sharks is not such a Station prasecuted for the Police ac aed | j
= Except for a well-written manu- 24 is expected to be in Antigua hazardous affair as it would Police Constable Forde saw th: Dese rve / log rin ALmas watt )
4 script by Dr. Bruce Hamilton on f° Christmas. found,” Sobers told an Advocate bus on which Arthur was the con- °88 S THAT IS ALWAYS .
S “Our System of Government,” pRESH FRUIT TePOrsRr s | Sharks the seven Cuctor on Black Rock Road and adie! Peat Cini, ler ACCEPTABLE. | ‘ *+ (a
: which was never published, no- To Search the poueee re seroud stopped it. A check showed that POPT-OF SPAIN N "Dei “ Lu. F 7 oer Xt
oe thing resulted from the great en- The 100 ton motor vessel Men Bo out in a nas ay Neva 50 passengers were in the bus, Chief Justice J. L. Perez pre- A BOX OF CHOCOLATES {s
2 thusiasm that was generated six Caribbee under Captain B. Gumbs Bay to either = uffs oF rere ee ee siding over the Court of Appeal and you will find a Beaut - i
a years ago by the Caribbean Union arrived in port yesterday morning Cluffs and Norses are two points NON-SUIT ENTERED to-day declared that throwing ful Assortment of Presenia- rae I INEST Be \\
4 of Teachers. from Dominica with its . regular along the foesy where the land His Honour Mr. H. A. Talma, Corrosive fluid on persons wa on Boxes by all the povu- rT 7 \)
2 Ba fortnightly supply of fresh-fruit Juts out over ne ae f:. thimdeAeting Judwarofthe Patt ‘Det of the offences that merited lar makers at , é i}
i The “Advocate’s of ae colony : a ae Ie reine i - e ‘i. Bhiceus Seldacthets: eonterdis - ting by court “cat”, Mr. Pere: , gk i
: m £ included 20 crates ang 3 casks, points, yo men ems > : ve said this before giving the de L WW ?
& Mr. H Se or aes that Throughout yesterday, local boat while the others dive under tered a non-suit in the case of | oA yer fs Court. bafusines WW WGA Ltt t J ? i}
a aay ° ao joa | REG. ae as fruit dealers crowded the wheé the cliff. They attack the shark detention of clothing which 42- | ice a seven year prison ter: jot) Gane , > ; souko” (tt
%, time he deciden 10 SA. te vith side near the vessel's berth for from behind and put a noose year-old ticket - seller Hora Sond. bn. Ali&h La Sati ak San eee ST tet Shalimar L'Heure Blew" Mitzou X “ {
£ of the projects Eman ibe h 4 their supply of fruit, With them around its tail. Before the shark Lovell of Bank Hall, St. Michael, pornando for throwing ulphuri 7 a - “Femme” Mousseline Moustach it
3 C.U.T. With ask ae : i es they brought their own transpor- realises what is happening, it is brought against defendant Viole! 4, id ox im rian of the aamne Gis are anf? er wah “Joy” “Moment Suprem Am
g set about to coulert won mae." tation for the fruit. Motorists us- being pulled from its resting Waithe of Halls Road, 6t. Michael. {yj¢t wb Dagar cle NA adi, lg a “Shocking” oreaeR ete )
z ne sone, vee eae a ie a ng this road found traffic difficult place under the rocky ledge, Lovell who was represented | The Chief Justice said “this i aasary ae eee “Crepe de Chine” |) My OP
: badian History. He touched on the 4 "negotiate and there were fre- The equipmen arried by Mr. C. Husbands accepted the non- jn the nion of the Court one ea Rate “Jo Beviens sl co nl ;
= difficulties that had beset him > j in uly y ' i irt Aicuoust Aa/- por Lua. “Bellodgia Fleurs de Roeaill
i and were still besetting him. Even 2" nt traffic blocks which requir- these shark catchers includes suit which was offered. He clai of the most serious offences on " + ahi Bell a Gan” Le Tabac Blond
; g . setting him. E a : meatlor . -eme Charge : : ' ean) tk bab at “French Can ’ )
after he had collected the neces- 5° the direction of policemen on giving coggies, harpoons, ropes, ed that Waithe refused to giv he Calendar a dastardly Ads Hoe use vars ents er Cawel {
sary material over a_ period of ous ‘aribbee t sht < m- % Humber of wooden clubs and him his clothes after he had given cowardly offence, a calculated “ROWNDPRERS buaAcd “Canasta” “Tris Gris” by Jacques Fath ny
years there was still the problem oe rae 9 k stk econ acste knives. “I have never heard of her them to wash and for the i offence.” The Only qualm he had ? ‘A atest i “Tabu” “290 Caraté” by Dana \\\
years, the as stil roblem ber of empty casks anc ‘heons. atnht oa tal py Gi peritentenit tm: eb ak tatheee ate atieal < ; Me . ' ~~ ene iB tethan Dior nt
of financing the publication. For- Agents for the Caribbee are the killed k - av ie ris as ae to ms = 1 ‘dha a _ ti e S js i a ie ot a ir _ ae » *e Ib, 1b. and 1) Ib, “Mins Dior ‘ aera ase oe . “ t is i
tunately, he was to find the “Ad= schooner Owners’ Association, See eat ig! og re 5 oD ayers Camas a ery eee mPease. “CAD BU R YX”, Sciected, “My Sin “Scandal” — ‘peg I r )))
vocate’” very helpful in the mat- — diving harks, Sobers amount of £5. p Hurd Centre, Roses, Girls, “Tndiacret”’ “Gardenia N” by \ i g \
ter. The newspaper readily agreed HAMS, CHEESE salc + Lovell w ‘ i uiuk ‘Tray, etc Chanel No. 5 RR
; : ae ar eas The shark it a terrifi OVE who is a blind man Sa “p Y . ‘ y, . al
= are Re ore ton 186 cases of hams, 116 cases of 4 art ut i weakt ie i Ned ug that he used to live with Waith I ult Emphasis £KY >’ Scorened Almonds Far PRT REN STE " 4 (
chapter by chapter and then keep — , . 7 eee OMS Ae Sy Sey ie . ng vl es é » Nuts *e » an ‘|
i estos “and Ri picture blocks cheese and 115 cases of canned {9 the boat. It is then beaten for a nang en - aa (= wa On valily”’ ee eieiae in aha SPECIALE & & )
= \ M > re an > 2 f cargo rit . . e . 1 . cni treating lum so badly 1e Wa , . me ’
so that they could be used meat are the chief items ov cargO with the clubs and a_ knife ‘rea ea , .
for the publication of the book, © the 173 ton motor vessel Clara plunged into its body. All that torced to leave her. He still ser - ALOU { .
The co-operation of the “Adyvo- ™ hich arrives in Carlisle Bay this pomains for the crew to do is t@ oS clothes to her and on June 1 MEL» '— New Berry ‘ t Soda i ountain
cate” had thus Helped him to ™orning from Trinidad. e _ lift it into the boat and retur he went to her for some of h rruus, Savoy Canuies, a
yercome one substantial hurdle Other cargo includes 33 “to Stroud Zay. The shark ig) Clothes and she refused to, giy renun Figs, Jaifa aces,
Bi t th are still re ained the « ues- of dried fruit, 46 cases of » then dispatch 1d to one of the him. Then he sént other peopl bucnisn Delight
ou oxi ad ane 7 ate yn 71 cases of raisins, 627 cases of - ots for sale to her for the clothes but still she The khove athe aiton GREE i a ¢ ie )
tion o getting the co-opera ic butter, 3 ses of bran, 10 â„¢ , io Y Me ; paved daliveril theveinthes he above in attractive ))}
of the public in general and the eee ad Ehuaipateda, 6 cases of 3 mly a few weeks ago Captair Walths skid: (hat che nev : Drums and Boxes, v
teachers in particular. If that co- fruit cake and 3 cases of medi- Fisco’s crew caught a_ shark Wal be eres, oe, Never & Prices from 84c. to $1.62. {{
operation was forthcoming, it c nes “Master of the motor ves- Which was over 15ft. long. Evert aint ve yeas % sane ue Bournville Choc, Biscuits. nN}
would help to lower still further anita Captain Timothy Gooding the little boys of the Stroud Bay Clot a to art He 1eV % —- varven’s Fig Rolls. H}
the cost of production. and the vessel is consigned to the area profess to be shark divers, re we nat is - lived with Pye) Marven’s Choc. Vienna )
Mr. Hoyos pointed out that be- Schootiet Owners’ Association. ‘or about 16 years and during t rat Pascalls Marshinaflows. i}
fore actually beginning the work >* A ‘iil : be Seg she washed his clothes for Planters Peanuts. e ay
and publishing it in instalments CROFTER CALLS W indy vard im. Callard & Bowsen Nougat. Waa .
in the “Advocate”, he had met V M ' : PrP Callard & B Butter 4 ee 96066. OS OHOG-0-9OHGYDHGTOHE
; os ste y was r. Husbands submitted a allarc owsdn Bu ADO OPOPODOCE
the Executive Committee of the Another arrival yesterday wa ere Scotel *
scat okt sn amon » ste Crof- the court should pay no attention cotch, :
Association and they had kindly tne Harrison line steamship D »] a tes : ; , oc ; Rarley Sugar in Tins. $
given his undertaking their bless- ter which ‘called from Liverpool € € gate to Waithe’s evidence and the CO ee Bariey oyeee ile B sé = , l these
" : seneral cargo. The Crofter cumstances of the cate tended to +VE WITHOUT LICENCI Almonds in Cello Bags. ; 0o , :
ing. But he was glad of the op- oe mere _ & Sar ae geth en nae cane sa BPA CALL IN TO-DAY AND :
P lé ay of speaking t is the third ship of the a sé R t ll suppo S client's case far more 4 oe. sie: rt » .
ae i oa ; a ani ‘and line to call here within four days. e urn ome than Waithe’s case SEE this very seeacrlye oe , ma Aas :
hearing their vie ws on the sub- the other two being the Planter Before entering the non-suit play of CONFEC TIONERY + V 4 L U iD Ss *
ject. which called from London and the teturning to Dominica yester- His Honour told Mr. Husbands for Christmas ° d 4 °
Strong Support Temple Bar from ae “ey 4 day by B.G, Airways was Mr. that his client said that he had AT ° >
;. 7 re Crofter is under the com- Gerald Winston, the Colony’s sent people to Waithe after he “On WPRanp ’ ® >
Mg zs from » floor, Mr. ‘ 5 ‘ ) rete : , i e a : » e ®
tee eae nin se oa mand of Captain S. Diamoryi. Marketing Officer. He was one himself could not get the clothes BRI ( I, \ EATHERHEAD > d ‘
8 geet hy So) hietay Local agents are Da Costa ¢ °» of the representatives from the from her, but these people were os e °
port to the idéa of a local history : f ? ;
reader for the Elementary Schools. Ltd. Windward Islands who came not before the court and he (His LTD. 3 é
He said that they of the Associa- TOOK MOLASSES over to Barbados for the purpose Honour) would like to hear from ? S sucker $
tion should regard it as an hon- -—— of regulating a sub-agreement these people, therefore he was g0- Head of Broad Street. = eer $
cur and an obligation to support The 286 “ton motor vessel relating to oils and fats between ing to enter a non-suit \ $ : »
: i , athawhe 4 a :
Mr. Hoyos in his endeavour, Jt Athelbrook arrived in Pers on Barbados and the Windward $ 29 ins. wide $
could be claimed that Mr. Hoyos's Wedn¢ sday afternoon for a ship- Islands, under the general frame- $
book was really a child of that ment of 103,000 gallons of mo- work of the Regional Oils and , 2
‘ Association. As far back as many lasses. i Re Poet ye Fats agreement, fi Per yard ;
' of them could remember, a num- The. vessel arrived under Cap , a
' ber of pioneering spirits in the tain G. W. Williams and left the The talks which opened at ;
i OF Mis Bee en following morning for Trinidad. Hastings House on Monday and +
i Association had been pressing for finished the following attersoon
i local textbooks. When the Carib- > 3 COMPLETED , ey 5 : >
j bean Union of Teachers held their REPAIRS COME a were presided over by Professor > . 3
conference in Barbados in 1946, The schooner Gita M, sailed C- G. Beasley, Economic Adviser 4 °
the Barbados Elementary Teach- from the inner Careenage where Oe Comptroller for Develop- o ®
ers Association again took up the repairs to her keel were being ment and Welfare, \% 3
idea with enthusiasm and set carried out last week and took a c iia ‘ 2 : y
é r : Ither representatives from the | 3
tt e s t . ~ar > He Master I | ®
abou getting th upport of berth near the Harbour aste Windward Islands who attended o rin e °
those who could write such books. Office. the talks i hav returned $
They had got together the The Gita. M. will load cargo for et alks ve “" . pu
. . rith > vere , c : 4
brainiest men in the island and St. Vincent and Grenada within home — were Rs . » AG

sometimes he thought that the the next two days. The schooner Acting Financial Adviser to the
trouble was then that they had a arrived two weeks ago with a Government of the Windward
plethora of brain as Mr. large shipment of cocoanut oil and Islands with headquarters _ in

Lingerie



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36 ins. wide
Hoyos had said, nothing had come baled cotton for the island. The Grenada, Mr Garnet Gordon,
of their efforts. Now Mr. Hoyos master of the Gita. M, is Captain Editor of “The Voice", Hon'ble Pe ard
had gone ahead on own and W. Rose and the schooner is con- Dr. Carl La Corbiniére, Mr. G. Wit as

written his book. That was an signed to the Schooner Owners’ Purchas and Mr, André Du
@ On Page 8. Association. Boulay, Planters of St, Lucia.







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little tots? Well, if not, at— SLtATIONERY nice toys will do the job. $ . oe it ’
uaiitv
sinatelatiiaaeas teeaitaiaiiaill SHADES AVAILABLE ; Fine Quality;
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Styles include:— 36 ins, °
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to follow-up my Christmas consignment.
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room, this year ... not the usual things,
quite unusuy in fact.

Bound Edges

OFFER

FUR FELT HATS

“Electrical Home Appliances , . . attrac-
tive Costume Jewellery .. a collection
of fine Watches picked up on the way
through Switzerland. And Toys, natural-

63c. & 5c.

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; to Hunte’s. i ° ¢
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PAGE SIX



Chamber of Commerce Obje

Say Sh ipping Costs : Truman receives creek awazo Plans For Coronation

Would Be Doubled

A MAJORITY of the members of the Council of
thé Chamber of Commerce have expressed their disap-
proval with the suggestion by Government that Saturday
December 27 be a Public Holiday. Nine members of the
Council are opposed to the idea as against five who

expressed agreement.

Those who have objected said
they did so on the ground that if
the day was declared a public
holiday, shipping costs and tho
cost of handling freight on that
day would be doubled. It wad
also felt that the four-day holiday
period would entail a hardship on
the average man who could not
afford to store up food for so long
a period.

Speaking on the matter at the
meeting of the Council of the
Chamber of Commerce yesterday,
Mr. W. Atkinson pointed out that
some of the firms who had ob-
jected to the day being a public
holidyy had since notified the
public that they would be closing
on that day.

Mr. Atkinson said however that
he deplored the fact that Govern-
ment had waited until so late to
get the views of the firms on the
matter, and expressed the hope
that in future adequate notice
would be given.

Mr. T. Bowring Said his firm
was one which objected to the day
being a public holiday. He sa‘d
that if the day was declared as a
holiday, and ships arrived, it
would increase the cost on the
water front, which everybody was
trying to keep down.

Mr. A. S. Bryden said he un-
derstood Government to ask
whether it was thought to be ex-
pedient to do it for the island as
a whole. He felt sure that almost
everybody would be closing to
give their employees the holiday.
However he felt that because of
the long period, a hardship would
be created both on the waterfron*
and on those people who could
not afford to store un enougli
food for the long period. He fe!
that it should be left to the option
of the people to give the holiday,

Mr. J. O. Tudor said he did not
agree that it would work any
hardship on the masses, and in
any case the small country shops
would open. It was also pointed
out that the increased cost on the
waterfront which had been men-
tioned could only be in respect of
the particular day, and not for
the whole period.

However the Council decided to
renly to Government pointing out
‘hat the Chomber on a majority

diennnroved of the day being
s“lared 9 public holiday, and
resting to Government that in
ture earlier notice be given so
hot shipping srrangements could
> made,

Trinidad Chamber
GfConmierceThank
W.1. Delegates

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec, 18.
Trinidad Chamber of Commerce

unanimously passed a_ resolution

to-day recording their apprecia-
tion of the programmes formu-
lated at the Prime Ministers Con-
ference in London for eonomic
development in the Common-
wealth, The resolution also accord-
ed warmest thanks for the work
done by Mr. Gomes and Mr

Adams in the capacity of advise:

to the Secretary of State tor ih

Colonies at the parley.

The Chamber agreed to the sus-
gestion that Won. Allan Storey,
the President, cable the text of
the resolution to Mr. Adams, Re-
turning thanks Mr. Gomes who
had addressed the Chamber on the
recent Commonwealth Economi
Conference said he did so not only
on his own hehalf but also on be-
half’ of “my distinguished col-
Jeague” at the Conference Mr.
Grantley Adams. Mr. Gomes add-
ed that Hie thought that Mr. Adams
would be very pleased to know
the Chamber had again taken the
initiative and expressed its appre-
ciation of the work done in
London,

Addressing the Trinidad Cham-
ber of Commerce this morning Mr.
Albert Gomes, Minister for Lab-
our, Industry and Commerce cde-
clared that Imperial Preference





was “most vital to the economic
survival of British West Indian
territories”. Mr. Gomes who wa
Speaking on the Commonwealth
Economic Conference which he
and Mr, Adams attended ad-
visers to the Secretary of State

said whatever the f$ture of world
trade and finance, multilateralism
must never mean abandonment of
the system of Imperial Prefer-

ences,
Must Be Emphatic

The British West Indies mu
be emphatic in their support of
retention of the Preferential sys-
tem because without it “our eco-
nomy would be defenceless.” Mr.
Gomes continued “it is only realis-
tic to assume that there wil! be
hard bargaining in the future as
between countries in the sterling
area and dollar countries over the
proposed convertibility exercise.
It is for this reason that I lay so
much emphasis on the importance
of Imperial Preferences and sug-
gest to the British West Indie
that an adequate slogan for u
might well be “we must have Pre-
ferences or we will perish’.” Mr.
Gomes asserted that the import-
ance of the economic talks was
that they marked the end of onc
policy of the Commonwealth
eterling area and the be :
another one. He warned that con-
vertibility will not be easy to
achieve. It must of necessity be ‘a
slow ahd carefully planned under-
taking.” In this view unless ster-
ling could be made ultimately t
venture beyond the protective bar-
rier and regain its position as a
medium of world trade an ex-
change the future of Common-
wealth countries would be one of
recurring crises. A more positive
policy was clearly necessary. He



10 of
ng o



Rates For Chaniber
Of Com. Journal
Will Be Increased
As from the lst of January next

year, the subscription and adver-

tising rates for the Chamber of
will be



Commerce Journal in-
creased by 50 per cent.
Recommendations made by the

Journal Committee to this effect
were yesterday accepted by the
Council on a motion by Hon. K.
R. Hunte, seconded by Mr. C. D.
Bynoe. A suggestion by Mr. T
Bowring that the matter be re-
ferred to the next Quarterly Gen-
eral Meeting was not supported.
Both Mr. Bowring and Mr. A.
S. Bryden expressed doubt as
whether the Journal was of a
benefit to the Chamber, and
pointed out that many of the
members only subscribed to the
Magazine, and bought advertising
space because of their patriotism.



They also doubted whether oth-
er similar organisations to whom
copies were sent did not just “put
them aside,”,

Hon. K. R. Hunte counselled
the Council not to quibble over
small matters like increased ad-

vertising rates and subscription,
and urged them to let the journal
continue for at least another year.
He said that. Barbados should not
belittle itself in the eyes of the
other colonies who also had
Chamber of Commerce Journals
because of a few dollars.

He was supported by Mr. By-

noe, and Mr. S. H. Kinch, the
Acting Chairman. Suggestion by
Mr. Bowring that the matter

should be put to the General Body
for their approval or disapproval
was not supported,

— eee

Speech Day

@ From page 3.

the elementary schools—alrmost
too magnificent, for 1,132 turned
up tO be examined on one day'
Their testing had to be staggered
over a period of several days and
the results we hope to announce
in a few days’ time, This influx

4k Bring our scholarship popu-
lation to near the Hundred aie

bul he

Scholarship winners in
most cases justify the expendi-
ture {| ting pace as it were
for the other members of their
forms. A holarship winner is
after all potentially one of tne
most valuable members in a com-
munity and should be treated as
such. These Moody Scholarships
are awarded in honour of Dr. Her-
old Moody, that great educator

and humanitarian gentleman who
strove



to do so much to bridge
the gap between the privilege
few and the many-headed. We
hope that winners of thes« chol-
irships will one day be moved
by intellectual curiosity read
the biography of this benefactor
to mankind in general and t
their race in particular and so
come to cherish his memory acros

the vale of years and ever re-
member him as one of those who
“were honoured in their gener-
ations and were the glory of their
times.”
Building Programme

Fortune in the words of Virgil
has been kind to bold beginnings
in our case for our building pro-
gramme although systematic and

extensive can hardly keep pace
with demands for entry, We are
acutely aware of the heavy re-

sponsibility which is ours in many

cases to “break the yoke of in-
auspicious stars” but we are
cheered and heartened by your

goodwill. Your ready co-operation











your abiding interest, your very
presence here today are the span
and measure of your goodwill
which is to us like the shadow of
v great rock in a weary iand,
With your assistance it has been
possible to establish a precarious |
beach-head against the dark!
forces of ignorance intolerance
ind prejudice. We shall not flag
in our efforts to reclaim mall
portion of the = den nder-
growth of illiteracy and to plant
there the herb of knowlege
without which Plato assures us
virtue is impossible, |
And now I am going to ask|
Mr. Justice Chenery to present |
the prizes and certificates, We ar |
grateful to him for coming here |
and presenting these |
trophies. It is well known how]
busy a man Judge Chenery is
yet he, a true friend of the school
can always find time to assist us
at Spor meetings oy Speech
Days. We are deeply grateful to

him and to the management of
the Globe Theatre for permitting
us to use their fine auditorium

One final word of congratulation
to the prize-winners, and of con-
solation for those who receive
neither prizes nor certificates
this occasion. Always










ony
remember }
that effort is not lost. Not to have }

BARBADOS AI





AT THE WHITE HOUSE, President Truman smiles as he is decorated
with the Silver Phoenix Medal, highest award of the Hellenic Boy
Scouts. Demetrius Alexatos, national commissioner of the scouts,
makes the presentation. At left, John D. Calergis, Counselor of the
Greek Embassy in Washington, holds a piece of marble from the Par-
thenon, which was also given to the Chief Executive. (International)

US. Will Challenge
British Jet Planes

LONDON.
finally decided to challenge Britain’s
jet air supremacy. An 1l-man team of Government
experts, it is announced in Washington, has been set
up to plan jet air transport.

Charles Horne, who is Civil Aeronautics Administra-
tor, said the team would help the Government and plane
producers to get together “at the earliest practicable
stage.”

Chamber Of Coni.
Prontise To Tidy



AMERICA has

Americans have envied Britain’s
jet superiority ever since the first
Comet went into service and cries
have been heard on all sides that
the United States was losing val-
uvable trade and prestige.

“ty EF ny 2. The cries have evidently been
4 . 7 j y

City I ol lourists heard in the right places for

Horne revealed that Government

The Chamber of Commerce has

funds are to be sought to pay for







promised to co-operate fully with jet tests The request will be
he Government their effort made to the new Congre

get the city tidied up for the tour- Two years ago Congress gave
t season which began this week. aithority f such tests, but when
rhe, Council f the Chamber the necessary funds were asked
greed to circularise business firms ¢ yw, the government twice said no.
the city, and particul those

n the water front, asking them da Horne 4 I hope, in
» re-wash their buildings and of Britain’s actual airline

clean up for the tourist season operation of the Comet, we may
Mr. S. H. Kinch lauded Gov- be directed to proceed with the
rnment on their action, and said programme. It is inevitable that

it was a “first class idea.” sooner or later We must do this.

Hon, K. R. Hunte hinted that
steps should be taken to rid the
city of seattered debris from the
garbage cans, thrown on the
street by people who search the
refuse bins, as well as*t6é léssen
the incidence of begging from
tourists.

In addition to circularising
members the Chamber decided
to invite representatives of firms
concerned to a meeting to dis-
cuss, the matter at the Quarterly
Genetal Meeting on January 8

that

i told how the team of ex-
perts will go to work. Together
they will become a central source
of information on jet develop-
ments by keeping in ‘touch with
plane makers, the armed services,
experimental laboratories, and
foreign governments and agencies.

This is taken to mean _ that
Britain’s idea ill be carefully
studied. Chief of the experts is
George Haldeman, who is head
of the Civil Aeronautics Board’s
aireraft engineering division.

—L.E.S.







UC, Council Accept
Amended Rules

Thermal Energy
Project For








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B.LF. Well

Plans for the 1953 British
Industries Fair are well advanced
and indications are that it will be
more interesting and attractive
than ever before, according to Mr,
Aubrey R. Starck, O.B.E.. Her
Majesty’s Trade Commissioner in
the British Caribbean and Bermu-

da.

“As the 1953 Fair will take place
just before the Coronation of Her
Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the
Fair is being made as interesting
as possible for prospective buyers
from overseas” stated Mr. Starck.
Continuing he said that the Fair
will be opened simultaneously in
London at Earls Court and Olym.
pia and in Birmingham at Castle
3romwich on Monday 27th April ;
ind will close on Friday, 8th May,

Overseas buyers will be admit-
ted free on presenting an official
invitation card. These _ invita-
tions are being sent direct from
London to firms on the mailing
list but the Trade Commissioner
will be pleased to issue invitation
cards te business people who have
not previously visited the Fair or |
who believe that their names are |
not On the mailing list. “I do not |
expect to receive my supply of |
invitation ecards until early in
1953,” said Mr. Starck, “but any
applications received by me will
be dealt with when the cards ar-
rive.”

Advance and final editions of
the catalogue of the Fair are being
published separately for London
and Birmingham, Advance copies
are expected to reach Trinidad
early in February.

As-on previous occasions the
London section of the Fair will
cover the light industries, such as
chemicals, chemists supplies, cut-
lery and jewellery, fancy goods,
foodstuffs, furniture, travel and
leather goods, china and glass
ware, plastics, stationery, scien-
tifie and photographic goods,
textiles and clothing, sports goods
toys and games etc, The engineer-

Coronation
Celebrations

The Council of the Chamber of
Commerce yesterday advised the
Coronation General Committee
that the Chamber was not coms
petent to submit a list of the firms
interested in assisting in a Water
Pageant during the Coronation
Celebrations, and suggested tha |
the Committee interview direc ‘
the firms they thought interestec
The Coronation Committe
wrote to the Chamber informin
the latter body that it was pro )
posed to stage a Water Pogean
during a night of the Coronatio
Celebrations\with decorated float:
preferably with fire works, anc
nviting them to submit a list of
firms or combinations of firms that
were prepared to supply the de-
corated floats or assist in any way
In his letter to the Chamber,
the Secretary of the Committee
stated that it was felt by his Com-
mittee that a Water Pageant
weuld be much appreciated by the
large number of persons who
could see it from the waterfront
and the beaches, and that it would
be an impressive item on the pro-
gramme of the celebrations.

Te Amended Draft Rule . i
which were prepared for the St. Lucia SENATOR SPARKMAN
»hamber of Commerce by Mr LONDON. ARRIVES IN TOKYO
G. A. L. Pile were accepted by In the House of Commons on
the Council at their meeting yes- wednesday, December 10th, Mr. | TOKYO, Dec. 18.
terday, and will be referre » David Jones, (Labour, The Hat- Senator John Sparkman, Demo-
e Quarterly, General Meeting , epools.) asked the Secretary of cfat of Alabama. arrived in Tokyo
x” approval. State for the Colonies, Mr. on Thursday night on his round
Before the meeting adjourned, Lyttelton, when he proposes to = _s — ee neo ene
Mr. J. O. Tudor on behalf ty, make available to the Govern- Staaircan ca i , a |
Council extended the Seas¢ ment of the Windward Islands Eee a eee oo pees
Greetings to the Acting Chairman the necessary capital to enable cpeeches in Japan ae ee
who replied on behalf. of 1em io implement the report of * , f —U.P
resident he United Nations expert, who oh

ecommends the establishment on
the island of St. Lucia of a plant
to produce thermal energy from
the sulphur springs available on

XMAS GREETINGS :

The Council of the Chamber of





sommerce yesterday eceived the island.

} Seen syeseey " from a ivi. Mr. Lyttelton replied: “The

na on ais Res Saat peri a P ‘c= expert carried out a preliminary
eta aa s ae east} : Post investigation only. He reported
Moe & nd members of the Post that, before experimental drilling

ponents ould take place, a_ detailed
Greetings were sent by the Head x#eological study of the area
of the Colonial Development Cor- would be necessary As a first







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est to housing authorities and
industrial concerns such as mir-
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

_ Calypsonian Puts Grenada On Record

“Pay A Visit To ‘BARBADIAN APPOINTED |
L Banc ’ ne, RECTOR OF U.S. CHURCH
he Land Of Spice

W.LNS Sy Mail Institu-
A By EDWARD SCOBIE







LG _ Scenes senhiltiassthisisttibntasmesenntes



tional Services for the Rev. S.

Alexander Walcott, M.A. D.D., Egyptian Im Peris

$s Rector of St. Ambrose Church,











LONDON, Dec. 2 9 West _ eth ee oe eae eee. Oe is
TATep ae rere aeons Nie >... om all ere conducted Sunday vvening, ne Egyptian Ambassador in Paris
UNTIL recently calypso lovers in Britain were we | Nov. 28rd:, by the Bt. Rev. presented bis creilentiala to: the
acquainted with ‘Minnie’—the one from Trinidad, “Rum Horace W. B. Donegan, D.D., President of the French Republic
. and Coca Cola”, Jamaica’s ‘Linseed Market’, and ‘Rama Bishop of New York Vincent Auriol at Elysees Palac¢
dhin and Valentine’ here on Thursday.
mn " E - Dr. Walcott was assistant to —U.P.
Things have cl now; a S “47 | Si 1 e late Dr, E. Elliot Durant,
Mew favourite ha ind its é a “ an ree Founder of the Parish for more e
Via a Melodise record int the h five years. He was born in
firesides of English home It i WM. F 52, / L > yados, and was educated in| % ne
“Grenada (Land of Spice)”, TI “ ere ian $s 1¢ primary and private schools e

s a calypso with a differ rf e
hereas vious one s l
out the tee hates and p fonp atin

fimes of West Indians this calyp-



in that island. He came to the} You pay no more

United States 29 vears ago and

ntinued his studies for the Min-| for the

istry at Lincoln University, the



#0 eulogizes an island, and a re- Swan Street merchants are University of Pennsylvania, and; GREATER
Tatively unknown one ¢ t complaining that they are faced t} Philadelphia Divinity School. |
Man responsible for is With the probiem of selling to



@nd music is 35-year-ol istac me 300 pedlars at wholesale
Watts known prof nally to pric t
Windmill audience nd to pat- profits, wl

consequent loss on

, leo s
ve ve See EXPERIENCE olm an S M u SI a rd
Hu le ht fo Si ral ars n
he C unty High Sehacle ct the

ine pediars commit



Tons of Selby Restaurant breaches’ the Price Control State of Tennessee, and at the A

Where he is now appearing R 1lions, and make exorbitant and 1 State College As a Priest |

Pete: Ricardo profits, . ! he served for nine years in the} Agents: T. S. GARRAWAY & CO., Bridgetown
What made ticardo = write This matter was’ drawn to th Anglican Diocese of Tennessee,

about his island, I asked? Sitting attention of the Chamber in before coming to New York and



in a tiny bedroom-cum-oftlice at
@ne of his three private hotels in
yiambton-road, Housow, he shot




by Mr. E. A. Benjamin who PETER RICARDO—his singing has put Grenada on the map. St
the "

Ambrose



the Council to re










to the next Quarterly (¢ 1-
Me a dazzling Caribbean smile ee r : = ie cil agreed e e of
Which somehow’ matched hi r 1 di os ae oe ll gh D | ‘ l a O B: | ‘ lia D > st 20
Multi-coloureq tartan shirt, nd te; p aa ae Ge oa . OUSE € ya e n ar JAC n omes 1¢cs
* ’ ‘ nh 4 . srannum
eplied: “People alway ask m nte } e
pie it the pedlars ap- in E
Where I come from, and when I During the debate to supple- I B ti There were numerous _ social
; ; \ } I re 1ercl with ; ‘ ; ee
ee oo usually they ; her 2 ; ef “9 . the eee in the a n ri a problems for those who could not —that’s one reason why
Bn’t seam to know where it i ‘ e ory of Assembly on Tuesday dealing | x adapt themselves in England
Bituated. So I decided I would ,, te t Ie x for @ with the inclusion of an item for in the United Kingdom, there = airline hes ween
Write a calypso about the island. 9,0 4, . ¥ in turn $10,000 to meet the cost of repat- were 56 vacant places for nurses Mr. C. E. Talma (L) felt it was rst choice” of interna-
Want to hear it?” ine apr B mer { whatev« © riating 19 or 20 Barbadian women in English Hospitals, a question whether the girls tlonal travelers for nearly
price they 1i mn a ‘ong term who went to the U.K in 1949 to Barbados should send girls up Wanted to return to the island © quarter of a century.
I nodded, and Ricardo, credit basis. work as hospital domestics Mr. to study nursing in the English © not. The girls were sent to the

Panying himself on guitar,
There is a lively little isl i
the Caribbean; i



in pointed out in his A. E, S. Lewis (L) said that he Hospitals so that they may re- United Kingdom to find employ-

r that th retailers had no had taken considerable interest in turn to the island an asset and Ment and also to relieve the un- NEW YORK
? t a n ¢ sll + Ie Ne. 1e ter <¢ i ayer y > r > .
rnative than to se ll to the ped- the matter and had even gone to «here would be no need for em- ©™ployment problems in the col-



























Ze ae . little island you I I the prevailing condi- the Head of the Administration ploying foreign Sister Tutors in °°. There was no sense in bring- Non-stop service by the luxurious
a’ e ever seen. , to do otherwise would and read to him certain letters that the local hogpitalzwhere there is 228 back the girls if they wanted | “E! Presidente” or via San Juan by
dt is sometimes called the Land n considerable drop in their had come here from one of the .| t atatacil tfo , © 38 to stay in Britain. They could not popular, money-saving “El Turista.”
of Spice; figures. girls who went up to the U.K. for 8° Much segregation, afford to make a Social Welfare
Wes the island of Grenade i very the Council to set up ©™Mployment. There was also a The very: peopie in England Officer put anything over them
nice. a ittee to investigate the Tumour that the Social Welfare .14 were glad to eva oe He knew of a case where a girl E U R oe Pp E
The innamon groves and the ; i vith a view to bringing Officer had recruited domestics badian girls employed. ir pais under the same scheme broke the
‘ nutmet trees, losiniat ak Aci an efor tO peel potatoes at hospitals in poo & ae 5 eT attack and lose r > Regular service by giant double
‘ ¢ ion into being, and to refer I bing floor : snitals were contract and luckily for her she “e ”
PP And tt tien re . Ri aa a ,., Ding floors in the hospitals were . di i “Ss Cc) * 1
ne the sweet scented cloves the matter t the arterly Ge England and he was one of those sot a better job in England and ecked “Strato” Clippers*—world’s
: spicing up the breeze; eral at ane, sien Ain ina ndeai who stated that it should be 2% glad to have them study after obtaining that job, ‘this airl fastest airliners —to Paris, Rome
As you gaze from the hills to th ee eA ot cata almeae th aia yhat Nursing in the same hospital, \ ae ot alate” aca Enjoy stopovers in England, Ire
sea below " cC : ; ‘ rs eke med; the fe in oe a mate ara & ‘Jo After this officer travelled the mae Done See ot re a | land. PAA Clippers also fly to India
> our . ten 25 similar 1 re J g 2 ced wy elfare Micer and sen rac )
BP You can see the coconut palms in ‘ ats Seen imilar srare lett ttie: SHIR Jength and breadth of the United jh. jciand and the Orient.
the sunset glow ' = bre eagle by Mr , Toor oe Kingdom, 40 girls were sent from “moe same Social Welfare Officer
> . ck F Y ur > . nit > . o a ae Co a > Sz > Soci fare "e)
Caught in the infectious rhythm °°°* * t : ee eaten ; Mere” = Another point he said was that Barbados to scrub floors. Some of .; uuld be sent back to the United | Vv 1
? v wa se uD o inve gate he " ; : ee > ‘ wy = ._ = . ,
that is . happy blendeof African Tha’ Goan aa t 5 the Social Welfare Officer had wae er = o Biron — Kingdom so that she could get enezve a
and = Latin rican melvdic . torted and the matter referred »Ct" nted the fact that some of OFS DUE MSY DAG to STUN BOCES: proper jobs for the girls, It was equent flights to all main cities
germs I ask: for more. Ricat to G ’ t. Nott her the girls had been chosen for because that was the only way not a question of giving the money swift Convair-type Clippers.
o Governn thing ther : : ta s & - > b
Went on singing in a caressing , % : met oe a ing furt . work in various hospitals instead the hospitals in England would put of relieving the unemploy- ;
Wevoice which is sentially West nee been heard about the o¢ remaining as domestics. accept coloured girls, ment in the island e
Sandian : matter 1! a Dr
OAs J ‘ . here was r proof that the
Behe perfum'd dew lies heavy on He would like to know if some Another Officer Wanted hac aeaibiaes oe leis hd and
Y girls were willing to return anc 7 “fy PAA”
the grass, 7 r fk 9 of the girls had not come back be- iene ’ 5 that they were working happily. ‘ou can now “fly PAA” almost any-
Ww hc n at dawn you open your ‘ rees Or cause money was not provided Another Social Welfare Officer Soma et diam iasnita ane einer where—in fact, to 83 countries
i eyes at last. for their passage. He had heard shouJjd bd appointed Members ~ , and colonies on six continents,

which able contract and found better

=
ou eat Avocado and sapadilla S ; ti ; C l f* ‘ that two or three girls had re- Should go for schemes jobs and it would be nonsense
mon cat an a J aus turned and he would be willing Would help the island, As to the tc - ein to bring the girls back | Tor reservations, see your
"4 Travel Agent or

mind mangoes and guavas are to vote for the passage of one reason why the girls were com-

to the island for them to be un-!
such a treat; By HARRY ETH#KIDGE. girl so that he could hear about ing back, they should not spec- «. ,Joyed.
os hen to Grand Anse beach you WINNIPEG, Man. what was happening to the ulate, It was a most unpleasant The motion that the amount be
i will be sure to go, The Manitoba. Government is others. thing to spend the whole of the yequced by $10,000 was then put
mor the most beautiful sea-bath- ;



ing the half-way mark of a These girls had managed to day on one’s knees scrubbing and 4, the vote and agreed to by a ‘- Worse
' nt designed to provide Santa remain in England for the full a world not Gonbs that cree of 11—2 division. i Reet ae
eople all, let Ricardo give us wit lenty ‘of es mg the contrac some e girls were suffe; r rs i » reduc- R , — J 2
P Tye atiias " ) Bive Claus with plenty ‘of. trees on length of the contract. Some of 1@ Gir's et ae: eile : _ Members voting for the oa It’s easy to keep surfaces clean and shining — just give
you 5 advice, which to hang his gifts for many the workers in the scheme did S€Mse of frustration especially if {jon were Mr. A, E. S. Lewis, Mt th ick rub over with a little Vi | very
pePay a visit to Grenada the Land Christmases to come. not remain the full length of the they had no hope of getting 1, A. Williams, Mr. B, W. Barrow, “AN MERICAN em a quick rub over with a little Vim on a damp cloth every
. of Spice. E _ The province has been compil- contract and there was some-= better employment. Mr. C. E. Talma, Mr. O Allder, be day. Vim is 80 smooth — it won't scratch — leaves ail
After listening to him I could n inventory of its forest thing behind this. He wanted to Some of-the girls had been for- Mr, F. Miller. Mr. J. E. 11 Worto Meanary surfaces polished and bright. Use Vim for a// your cleaning—
Well understand wv hy the son; lth for the past two anda half know why these girls should tunate in obtaining better employ- Brancker, Mr. J. C. Mottley, Mr. | it’s so quick and easy to use.
Was gaining popularity. E Y- year Officials of the forestry de- yeturn now. ment but for those who were EF. D. Mottley, Mr. W. A. Craw-| Do Costa & Co, lid

Mwhere I appeared, at private partment feel “it will be March of scrubbing the floors there wege ford and Mr. Holder. | Broad Street — Bridgetown
Picea’ at clubs, at the Windmill, 1956 before the inventory is com-

Some Married also certain social problems attach- The Deputy Leader, Dr. H G Phone 2122 (After business hours 2303)
used to sing ind found that pleted. ed to the occupation which they Cummins and Mr, M. EB, Cox} t YM Rea., PAA. INE
ore liked it,” Ricardo went on At that time. they hope to know Some of the girls in England carried out voted against the reduction.
explain, “then Melodisec asked the numbe f trees now standing had got married and he felt it | :
@e to record it.’ in the province, their ages, their would be a wrong thing if they||~ —
R Unlike : most calypso _ sing 7h easy 1 prospects of survival voted for this money and thus



‘s ing you will ever know.
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4
«
icardo i very versatile e majority of North America’ hastened the return of these +
egings in many languages—from a Christmas trees—the black spruce, pirtc t, sae Adland zi Sat ees > .
ore: mambo he will switch to 6 ¥ Douglas fir or Balsam fir hy oo pail sal oe ' Te rT 3 cleans everything
@ Naepglitan love song and wind come from British Colombia or A r his a the i land ta n it . 3 m hl d dil
Mp with a comic song in Cockney the Maritime provinces Fecha : eae? Tig ENGRAVING 2
alect, with amazing dexterity, Land in the Kootenay district would be a most dangerous thing ” Ss oot y an spee I y

of the west coast province is ideal for them to know that they were

Before preaking into show- for raising the Douglas fir, the Sent for by this House. All pens bought from us
; x raising th ylas fir, the ) S y 1 us
Business he worked on Canadian Yuletide mainstay for homes all Mr. W. A. Crawford (C) s | I k
Ships; was a chef at Benthill’s in over the continent that he would like to know v will be engraved with
Middlesex; became 3

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a Company These trees are marketed by big paid the return passages of the |
Sergeant Major Instructor at the Canadian and United States com- three girls who had returned. | your name or initials free
War Office Small Arms School of panies, but the growing of them Three years ago when they

Musketry and served for seven is mainly a family industry. Each agreed to send the girls up, it

years in the Middle Ea t and family produces a group of trees was known that there would be |

Italy with the Royal Fusiliers small plot. a certain amount of cost to send K-Â¥ 407-908
While in the army he was ligi n Manitoba, too, most of the them up. There were 40 girls and

Weight boxing champion of t trees sold commercially are pro- none of them felt that after the * ‘ ;

Fusiliers. His most prized possess- duced on private land. But very three ; We take this opportunity to wish

years, they would have to
fons are the numerous silver cups few of them are exported to other , : n

‘ F 1 4h $ . pay their return passage to the y
=—boxing . ies—\ P ie parts of the Dominion o > Unit- : i
erg, Wophlee whim he Darts of the Dominion or the Unit~ Siang our many Customers and Friends Y. De LIMA

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Windmill Theatre this year of trees and the city is large enough it was felt that they would ex- ° @ t
his future plans, he says: “Next to Keep scores of spruce growers tend their contract and some rispy Tis mas.
year I am returr s to Grenada busy and _ provide them with a would have gone over to nurs-
Zor a holiday. n I will fill he Someta sRCOME ing. He was not convinced that
Myself with all those avacado e percen everything was done to explain ‘
’ ears, coconuts, and 1padillas get ees rown land re so to the girls the responsibility of Marine Gardens.
: ‘ mee ~ e giy yout.” ( th > > seasor Ss i ve- a ad ee a . - * ¥ r 7 > « as ,
Mthat I have been singing about ly low because of the provincial *h¢, Barbados Government. THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO. LTD. g and at Greystone Village

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Separated the tees will not he hac ‘ea aoe > ; ;







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indiscriminately. He did not believe that mem- NOISY & WORRYING
CHICAGO, Dec. 18. The provincial government will a oe og e ge on dae P
The Brodie Siamese twins Roger allow permits for cutting only if these girls to go up if they fe
and Rodney dozed. in aeiavatt it Wit dititinave the health of the at the time that they would have AT TIMES ?
cribs for the first time in their remaining trees; for instance, a returned at the end of three years
lives after a protracted operation stand that is too thickly stocked. “It would be better to start a
that severed the tissue nerve cords In recent years, a number of Revolving Fund to send everyone e





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: Siamese ‘I W ms best friends. By screening very ' olu ion appeare d to be too | % ADVERTISEMENTS AND CHANGES IN ¥
! y application to cut Vague. The girls should be made
oe 5 * . - ~ . e 1 bo -
nd blood vessels that joined them ican concerns h ive ares in the island to England for x the Classified Section and all Advertisements a
at the top of their sk permis n to cut what they term three years and have some fun,” s d istinyvs i i av avy ‘T'vp in the x
a “table trees.” These are trees yyy cawtoi said : GIVE THEM +4 2 and Listings in Display (Heavy l'y pe) ir he >
Medical men warned that the out two feet high. aes te in dean 2 y 1953 Telephone Directory are the Colonial Ad- x
history making surg wor be Th ee 7 ar vernment has This is a small colony and they 3 tisi € (B’dos) Ltd { Jar Street %
istory making surgery Would be ne provincial government 3 6 P r an bart ny Ta ThA: 5 . gZ 9 ac std., of James + et,
followed a critical period for turne thumbs down on the = could not afford to embark on A BOX OF CRAYONS AND A PAINTING BOOK x Vertising vi ed ae ~~ } s
I urned re ay r f +1} » 512 o whi n .
the fifteen month old boys and ,¢ t in most cases because if a Schemes that do not pay. Some} s Bridgetown (Telephone 5134) to whom all en ~
l¢ i n ont . ar yuest ir rrost cases “cause . ‘S
j “ t t . ¢ . » girls in England are try- * . x ui should be addressed ‘
said the “ultimate outcome is ur ee reaches the height of two feet, Of the girls in Eng g % quiries should be addres <
known.” it stands an excellent chance of ing to find work and every effort t will them quiet for hours % $
Roy Brodie an Illinois farmer survival should be made to make the} 1% Correspondence dealing with Changes in :
neld prayerful watch with his wif However. in order to make a Situation more satisfactory, In ° Oe ae T t08 || eae wevel >
st outside the doors of the oper- o numerous reque t; future it would be advisable to e $ Listi: or Extra Listings sl! ild , hov : € ; ~
ating room yesterday while the s. the find out how rosy the prospects : > continue to be addressed to the Telephone 3
smooth working team of surgeo nave are before they send out people.” We have llea ) . of RK Company, P.O. B 2712 Sg
and specialists 1 ured for 12 1eed- ; / | s eee % Ss
hours 40 minutes to separate his : i Mr, E. W. Barrow (L) said} % e S
sons rves. that as far as he could see the % >
“God, it sure looks good to see Hence th -year inventory Scheme was preconceived, At the oO % -ACk NOTR as
them apart” he said, as the was provided for by time of the scheme a Social Wel- | PAINTING BO KS 2 ear a he x
were wheeled out of the yrests act passed by fare Officer was on pre-end 0 iy FINAL IATE FOR %
in separ ate cril hre years ago. The contract leave. There were many | TRACING BOOKS s $ SENDING IN x
The boys were joined at inventory is being Barbadians and other West In- | % Ch oA a I it { %
of their eads i their » provinces and the dians who could do the job of | . inges and a LIST O! .
3 's inting i opposite | dire Social Welfare Officer, This offi- STORY B KS | x the 1958 DIRECTORY is the *
octors said the operation to . inventory in cer spent almost : the latter | 4 ; : i
t rate the twins was a daring and Manitoba at $950,000 of ok sr aie oon of sieges ia we AND % 3ist of DECEMBER 19 >
anger yne.—U.P nara te ¢ dateramine ta : , a niece »
@angerous on U.P. ich tr government 1S travelling from one end of the | 1% e x
paying 5 United Kingdom to the other try- C OO S | *
; ji nae Department has jing to induce authorities there A B B K | ¥% >
GROUND ACTION bn os sad and that she would be able to supply M x After this Date no Changes, Extra ss
5 was aa a fabour fc jobs in English hos- 1% ae S,
LIGHT IN KOREA ‘ot : i ps pitals which jobs English girls TO CHOOSE FRO % Listings ete., can be made. x
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ADVOCATE FRIDAY, DECEMBER _ 19, _ 1952




















































































































































































































































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NT | y yy y Y s, said: his matter is in
ANTED Ss Pre Colonies vic !
CLASSIFIED ADS.| ee ocal History Reader teps To Prevent (iris, “instance, one ior the
oo 0 Li Government of Antigua. I am
TELE PHONE 2508 HEL? >. ‘ J z od Iner ‘ease Mf and consulting the Governor and will
sathtiailiedthienadanieisneatnluliiiaiantainesatiag — sthipsaitendibatinniil tne ianinenliiekidipiniaecieeninnt @ From Page 5 ' I — eo “ ommunicate with the hon, mem-=
z ELECTRICIAN Experienced Diese! | ODp i challenge for r Barbad¢ as the only R f A r ser when I have his reply.”
DIED KOK SALE reauired by" Pioneer Ind ma. They should give colony up to date that had set Kents In Antigua» “BUP
” nly capa I ex be r. H ) ne hundred per cent t to implement the recom- LONDON
. Ure Rveeate °¢ or" was nese mane 4 ance re oneeeene In the House of Commons on In Touch With Barbados
ta AUTOMOTIVE 12.523 ely him but of helping them- by C.U.T. six years 4 ° T Seeks 9 hth ©
eee ; —— niin lacleas. Mr. Hove had done @ bis In Carlisle Bay Pueeday, December Mh, Mr. Coastal Station
EXPERIENCED COOK required. | , > rhe Presi said that it was ;David Jones, (Labour, The Har- - a “ope
¢ Enfield e- : 4 with § ' esi = aeons - Schoo: 8 ankiyn RR. F es | +t] ols ake secrets Cable an fireless ( ) . advise
i ce it « con- t really necessary for them to 5 ith, ales te gre Gi 5 a as,) asked the eer bas that they can now communicate with
itul q i thank ) the ) peeches because oo for ggg me geo the >owin | ships through their Bar-
| oes 1A ition the ere all agreed on the neces- Vessel: --Caribvce |he proposes to take to prevent bados Coast Station:—
aa Weaaan MISCELLANKEQUS eg book as that writ- ARRIVAL the indiscriminate increase of , $-%., Prospector. ss. Caltex oe.
wane Fe , »2 200M—Gentleman is board Barbados in the Lead ’ Ir. Hoy The latter was) MV. Athebrook, 23 from Trin-|land rents on the island of 5, Geirulv, s.s. Thaumastas, s5.s.
Be * hes Se Smeal \ t f fact < : them writ specime i ier Capt Williams.|} Antigua; and whether he con- Lumen, s.». Rajah, s.s. Avranches, 3.5.
| ate resic ce, B stree rea , j \ of fact, at the esenting them with a specimen . 5 2 > r
t 19 th . ; Pt H. Jasor s & Co ider the establishment of rent Doleres. ss. Kollgri, s.s. Viator, s.s.
, \ ie dan it at permanency. W ale 38. of the Caribbean py of his book and he would “gee nlicht from Trinidad | 1G © compe . ,, Myrim, s.s. Enterprise, s.s. Kenneth
Teaset dees, : ; St. | Ens a | Uniog ot Teachers held in Trin-| arrange for the Executive Com- under Captain A Beimar. Consigned to|control and so prevent the McKay rader, s.s. Nestor, s.s?
Offer mn wiiting to Cave Shep-} — fad, Barbados was given hon- ittee of re Association to read the Schooner Ov Acseclation jev ictions from the land of on ee s eg oo
- ee ‘ 1 I ble mentic ‘ “a ¢ o eos M.V. Caribbes from ominica » te . y whi 1AaV az § » &.5 a iza~
VARDE—1r rome of Florence 7 , 2 | PURI ic § AL ES > ene ntion because once and to indicate how far they en - che. Chemanes “| D¢ asant: , details of whic Dave wows Wanda, 's.s.°S. Rosa, s.s
Yarde who was called to res ' } 4 wei Hy | igain it had given the West In- ¢ prepare to support the tne schoor Association jbeen sent to him Stuga 5 Mostank, s.s. Falkanger,
of December 1951 oAR sa | |} dies the lead. For on that ox work es, ¢ from Liver- | M.S ila, s.8. Botne, s.s. Norse. King,
‘ year : gone bey are . e ——j casion it was announced that he Secreta of the Associa- pe : : 3 Di amond. Agents: | In his reply, Mr. Oliver Lyttel- oe ee ae eee pF. ee _
ith a € h ‘ : : 5 2 Costa & Co « - oe ? tanger, s.s. Roda
M the go if I F REAL ESTATE pi tion, Mr. F, H. Barker, said thats s5 Geiruiy, 3.160 tons, from -jton, Secretary of State for the Bayano, | ss. Ariguani, s.s. Cedric.
‘ he of : E 7 \} i U OR, N santa: ne would like to point out what gow under Captain T. Eidbo-Hansen.| — ———— —_——_—_—_—_—— nee
I t t t Everton | ° S $ Situat the beach t | He 2 LIC E SE NOTICI is reall necessary to be done. Consigned to Plantations Ltd
‘ emembered Everton - 7 oo ons (REMOVA ae p P }
Yarde (sor Althea, Claude, Keith nan Jy “ wees, Apel to By Sunte,! tha appticat § Aoletacn, Seeds M he various Head Teachers could, DEPARTURES SHIPPING NOTICES
ui ‘ 7 ae Gare eae 2 , Pe ee aa eee 2 older of I wt -N 1 of 1 the recommendation of the sch, Mary E. Caroline for Dominica
P re mas mempennetiail : Pinal mated ‘ \ ed ecutive Committee request ™.V. Athelbrogk for Trinidad
phere 7 ; hingled shop attached 1 “ie . : ‘ S.8. Brazil for Bahia --
» undersigned 1 offer for sale at } t Mr. Hoyos's book should be
I ‘\ N ‘ : } Yr ¢ » € 7 Z reet trid ed ' 1 7 :
OK RENT RGLAAN (STATION WAGON Cony mete often toy, © Wn cerry Site [oe tomas ta temote ont tier icluded on the list of books for Saneell ROYAL NETHERLANDS
00 b ¥. “ee : me, . ae : vet Y t Sth f ! te bi 3 . 1 o id k var 24 i hop | tuat > variou schools He thought awe | STEAMSHIP co. | b si c
gtappcaintatctiaohi sont cncpeinpseninine BRADSHAW & COMPANY The me or dwellinghouse known | * : a > use chat it was essential that they Ts : | The M/V. “CARIBBEE” will
‘ (.n. {as HEMPST aaa tescribed } ‘ | ane ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA accept Cargo and Passengers for
— ecaaie ; acres, 3 roods, 23 lett this day of December, 1952.) procure the co-operation of the FROM PUERTO RICO SAILING FROM EUROPE Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
HOUSES enna ne 4 hustad at ttinda.|??'—2; 8. EDWARDS, Esq | Director of Education and then Dec. 17 5 |M.S. HERA 19th December, 1952. Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing
ELECT ICAL, bury R t Michael p PNCe Memerre | all would be plain sailing. He had . Orville Howell, Cynthia E. Howell,;S S| COTTICA 26th Soe es x00 Friday, 19th inst 8
The dwellinghouse gontains VWerandat t ‘ ; ae ' . J Lord, Marjorie Lord, Lindsay|M.S. NESTOR Sth January
FARAWAY—Fully furnished 3 bed- FRIGERATOR One Ret wing and dining ‘sasins, sittiae \ NCER } yt that if the Association Wiiiams Rosalie Williams, Alexandria|\1S. HELENA 16th January, ‘mt The M/V. “MONEKA” will
toom house, St. Philip coast. Lighting | C t, 4 cu, ft. in good « Se ae a ee et See for Appl.cant thei ews known to the Williams, Enid Tull, Borbara, Williams. | M.S CON yy oe accept Cargo and Passengers for
plant, Watermill supply, Carport, 2) Can be used as Ice Bo Neskee. Genuine’ Gaaen = , N Thi p! i be sid director and sought his approval, Alan Cheeks, Ruby B. Crichlow area SAILING Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Servant rooms. Monthiy rent 960 plus| or 4677. 17, 12 Oe eee ete yl Jered at a Licensing Court to be held « t there Woult’ be no diieulty: Seiee. Paget i. Alves» Eugenia | Alves. | S-ORANJESTAD 30th December. 1952, |) Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial)... “ _ appli ies on the pert ’ t ye at tt ek ot Pa incr PW ays i" roam + Cuthbert | Cart Viol Cc arter uri AILI ae Sarre GUIANA Tuesday 23rd inst
4476 1:11,52—t.0.n GARRARD—3-Speed Automatic Record “OTTLE, CATH mm 6 08 D am \ Hoyos book Clarke, Pierre Laviane, y _ Massel, | AND B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS’
7 We ese LS wom 1 Changers just received 5 limite COT ’ \ IRD I j EDWARDS ad Cr ; E. M errill Leroy Johnson,| M.\S. STENTOR 26th December, 1952. ASSOCIATION (INC.),
NEWHAV v Fully fur nished 4-bed- | quantity P. C. S. Maffec Ltd : t Di t i + > ‘ Audre MeKear S.S. COMTICA 12th January, 1953. Consignee. Dial No. 4047,
room house, Crane coast Doub'e Gorage t.f.n = rt \ r presenting he Secretary FROM TRINIDAD M.S NESTOR 23rd January, 1988,
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water ~ - " ). 12. 02h I en copy of his forth- Dec. 18 : |M.S. BONAIRE 9th February, 1953. B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’
raill supply. Monthly rent $78 plus 93] | JUST RECEIVED 1) t AUCTION c K OR LICENSE NOTICE °°? book, “Our Common Heri- LL. Sealy. M Rost, M. meat le SAILING TO ee Se ASSOCIATION ane)
e 7 ? J ANCE. of YE RADIO reut ne d ES ; n ; se Gibbs ° ol Ca , %
“ie watch a mt t4.n,| all Short-Wave Bi ¢. 8. Maf - ut ieat f wilia n Good »| tage”, Mr. Hoyos withdrew and 1, J. Jac F. Lea-|M.S. HERA 5th January, 1953. Consigmes, Dial Oe akal
& Co. Lt By instructior ibs wence ( See a of “— es he A lation proceeded to deal Vard, A. Smitt Jackman,.|M.S. HELENA 2nd February, 1953. neon
ANNOUNCEMEN rs een At ee at ane eee aero. Be Ste pirit 1 &c., at » | With o thet rete on their crowd- R. Haynes, M. Lee Chan, S. Lee Lum. | 8. Pz MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD.,
— p.m. at General Motor 'B Co., Ne bohkeat 5 été Show ‘wid ed agenda Sad } \. SSS
Ss Street. 1952 Austin erset Sedan Car Four Roads, St. Philip 7 , FROM ST. LUCIA |
_ LIVES TOCK ; Gamaeeein ‘wanidend h a : an ae 19 Dec. 17
7 é ———— nares months. Terms CASH. Vauxhall Fe I A. W. HARPEI ‘ I. Stross, J. Collinwood
CLASSIC ECNIC FOOTWEAR | JENNY DONKEY. First offer of 85.00 | "“Morr:s Bumps \ gd T ; FROM ANTIGUA ana lam a inna FaMS ips
COMPETITION opted. Appl *. Gibbons, Folke R. ARCHER McKENZ! oie » E | d's Dec. 18
Will all those who have been issued | tone, St. Jame ap. 38, 52-12) 16.12. 52—41 WILLA GOODING 0 Save ng: an 1: Fleatadeie a
tickets in cemnection with this cempe- Pee ee ——_— Applicant DEPARTURES BY B.W.L/ a ———

A " . IN Arrives ves Sails Arrives
tition please call at the Office of the ‘: ot : 7 Ch } — FOR TRINIDAD SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails 5 eres
Barbad rt Export Co., Ltd t aay Y ne oT ee ee + ure 1eés wilkes-Jones, P. O'Connor, P 49 Montreal Halifax Barbados Barbados
ion santect siemens OF ce ee PUBLIC NOTICES |e so oon okenee a Eien D. eects. © | cow, consmmcrce ® | WO'Dee. "B'Dee.” 8 Dec.” 30 Dee.

19.12,52—8n | “ONGAN-—One Chapel Oraan in wo she 20th Gav ef Des a 52. fhe Archbishop of Canterbury preece, V. Taurel, V. Wiggins, J Wig- | CDN. CHALLENGER He! om = — 22 aan 27 Jan.

ing order. Phone 2644, Se TN eee eR rf oe, Tae « k, a.m ¢ Lora Chanceilor last week gins, A. Watson e Avgard, a A a : Rear Saeeetrcn “e = a - Feb. 5 Feb. 10 Feb.
ae 912.522 : LARPEI ‘ = B. Scott. D Aagard, A. Aag ; STRI pe - 27 Jan. feb.
A MESSAGE FROM FATHER | _ Kialeeneih ‘ , NOTICE he. Pollee Masivwate, ¥ inaugurated the Historic Churches ¢’ “Aagard, A. Aagard M. Zubilliaga, CDN. CHALLENGER. ‘ 10 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 34 Fob.
CHRISTMAS § § ly reservation Trust with an appeal, Zupilliaga, A. Hurstfield, J. Rahr } CNN CRUISER ‘ - eb o mal : .
é 1 3 . A os y 9 . 2 Mar.
To all my Uttle friends to meet me POULTRY ees eae She a ; er the patrenag@of the Queen, Wynne, N. Eimes, M. Elmes, R. Morreil, CDN. CONSTRUCTOR. “ 19 Mar. 19 Mar, 19 Mar. 4.
at “Mayfair Gift Shep” on Menday 22nd by the Clerk os + £ 4,000,000, to be rais | ov ” A. Mora.s, A. Hamblin, N. Laughlan, 3 CDN. CHALLENGER ; -- . 2
and Tuesday 23rd from 5 to 6 p.m. I'll oe . a Ch noc > or . , » be raised over pi, D. Smith | .
be looking for you 19.12.52—2n | FIVE TURKEY COCKS weighing be- 1958 Christmas E he next ten years. ae FOR ST. KITTS | NORTHBOUND Sails Arrives Sails. Arrives Sg
: 12—14 Ibs. for particulars. Dial dows of the These irche "othe great Dec. 18 | Demerara Barbados Barbados - John Hat
ts se mepncnincectornnficnnemenssiinangiond Eustace Gibbs 19.12.62——2 surtdy ae Cor . | fese churches are the great- bee sramer, N. Cramer, F. | CDN CRUISER -. 20 Dec. 23 Dec. 24 Dec. 5 Jan. an.
SUNDAY TIMES: “Keep in touch oo uggeslions est Of all our national possessions,” ssjiugar iderland | CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 3 Jan. 6Jan. Jan. 15 zen. 1 Ai.
with Britain, Read the Sunday Times, in be obtainec aid the Archbishop. “Each be- | CDN. CHALLENGER 1% Jan ~ a = oa > Feb 14 Feb.
Britain's best informed Sunday News ,0US Office FOR BOB... ongs to its < sople: but the FOR GRENADA . CDN. CRUISER 31 Jan. 3 Feb. e ee. Use
paper, flown to wou the same week of 7 - : REDMAN sting Baits i coe A PEO eS, et tee Dec. 17 { CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 1¢ Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb, 3 Feb. 3820.
publicatton. Dial 0103 and obtain sub AQUARGUMS and Larue Clear Glass Clerk, St. Michael's Vestrs Fishin aa role sixteen thousand of them I A. Taylor, M. Humphrey, | CDN. CHALLENGER 28 Feb 2 Mar 4 Mar as ad onan,
scription form from Geotge Hunte, the | j.16 stacked with Colourful and Attrace 18.12.52—tn Woodsman Axe } belong to us all. They are the best p.” inc A. Minors, G. Luck, C.| CDN. CRUISER 14 Mar. 17 Mar, 18 Mar 12 Apr. 18 Ape.
Sundsy Times Correspondent in Barba-} jive Tropical Fish Ideal Kmas p be ~ ania aetna » Webley Air Pistol or Rifle } part of the eritage of beauty, © pane i, J. Campbell, P. Yearwood, Aj} €DN. CONSTRUCTOR . 28 Mar 31 Mar. - ae oe an: a + oa
dos,"* 13-12. 52—n | ents. Archie Clarke. Phone 5148 ogressive Secondary Schoo! Winchester Target Rifle aa) or Nee sat eae rae vhew, B. Alleyne, F. Gandert | | CDN. CHALLENGER 11 Apr. 14 Apr. pr. 25 Apr.
- ——— @ 55 8 Philip, Marchfie himing Paditlon, ana contnully IC- ‘ AN’ 3Us
MME 80- De ite Motrance Exsitination wilt ve Voightiander Camera ueathed to us by oui forefather S. ' Satan "e eo |
AMERIC TOYS variety of Toys) 0" Saturda 20t December, at 9.3 *hotogrs n es > n . , >. Semple, G. McMichael, B. Savoury,
PERSONAL ai suaabeauls ales . 7 ks droit am re ae 8 } + a a unique and living . ‘ 3 ee G. Tinne W. Thoma | for further particulars, apply to—
a r i ) a1 “= ‘un e ing Pi ecord o the passing centuries
Swim Rings, Jelly Jin Pi Kiddie 40.1¢.0¢—-2n ! aia
me gpiptencetedl entiation - canes, 5 Sends = ctleahiaes eet ieeiceilibalitiien caida Cotaaie ( changing “as—the , ; PUERTO RICO
The public are herchy warned again {Bands Piek-a-tune, 105," Guns nd of changing ideas—the one FOR PUERTO GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. aga,
# ving eredit to my wife DORIS BABB ee a *, Mill Animals, and | constant being that it was good to Midian dimes ae secede Cae | di
(nee Reeves) as & do not hold myself | teveral ter Items. See our display and NOTICE | work for the greater glory of ,WibUT Mile Amory, Wiliam Johnson, | ¢*@@@ OOo p
responsible for Mer @r Sfyone else 60% | eer 2° GO., LTD. Dial 4222, : o God Sylvia Powlett, Marjorie Trotman, Ralph | &
tracting any debt or debts in my name ea 12.82--3 Customers and F ds are asked mt Seti Glenys Trotman Adelaide | &
unless by o written order signed by me 11.18.92--3N to note tk we ill be 1 to t two Gay aiter the opening of pattie? Bernard Rawson Patricia | & } 7 ] TMAS
ae one a al AJR COWDITIONERS—Units for Hotels, J 20 Westone amy C8, Saturday oe ippeal the Pilgrim Trust vot- Rawsor sy _
eerre, Michael Offices, and Homes now available whole day on Saturday tt Mth. . ed a grant of £1000,000 to the new FOR ANTIGUA {
; : Details available and inspec eTRAT aceteae Trust. Tt " OH cei : : Dee. 18

16.12,53—2n | oe “models invited, Agente: Interna CENTRAL FOC ree j =a . a Ss we — Tae — + Coates, L. Thomas, W. Bassett, D.| >

—— -— ~ Tel: 8 2.52--2 7’ voted by ti grin rus-
The public are herelyy warned against] tonal Corp. Ltd, Tel: 5008 -



ADVOCATE STATIONERY $

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giving eredit to my wite ELAINE WAL- 17, 12, 5&-3n
COTT (nee GREEN) as | do not hold
myself respons.ble for her or anyone
cise contracting any debt or debts in my

name unless by a written onder sitged

tees. It will be payable in ten
annual instalments.

The Queen and the Duke of MAIL NOTICES





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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Blanche Viola Welk
of Paynes Bay, St. James, for perm











Paynes Bay, St. Jame
Dated this 16th day of December 1952
To:—S. H. NURSE, Esq

: o Edinburgh are each sending a va
: ss 4 Is fe or . ntigus
by me Ch: D'iquem, Chateauneuf du Pape, : aon i. me , pars 8 ca os : : > generous annual subscription, and i mi ae dD nite A a Shop at the - - -
roarde an ‘uled shop attached te n serre s, § ’ .
residence situated st Laynes Gay e Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Caribbee will be closed at the

Mother and Queen Mary have also Post Office as under

nos ar ee ae "Scan ae CENTRAL EMPORIUM
made generous contributions. Parcel Mall at -12 noon, Registered |

Mai; at 2.00 p.m. Ordinary Mail at


















































Police Magi te, —L.E.S. 2.30 p.m. today . . :
R. L. Hutson, Holetown, St. James, ere Snicn’ wi that centrally located Hardware Shop situate at the
19,12 52—2n 3 OLA WELCH i ?
LOST & FOUND opewa Wumabi yuvéenay 13 thi tates Gao GOVERNMENT NOTICE corner of Broad & Tudor Streets.
AERSO YSPRA -| N.B.—This application will be consic ;
sures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes, fered at a Licensing Court to be held ai] FOR DAD ... Specialists in HARDWARE of every description.
LOST Cockroach, Obtainable from all leadin) Police Court, District “E" He vn, oO Original-Odhner Caleulator enti ‘ Epes ; : " : . 3
Stores in two eizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 ov.) Tuesday, the 20th day of Dece 12 Browning Shoteun Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- Se = = : — a
“WRIST WATCH — One Ladiew Goud |™"* inact gw woe Bulloch-Lade Whisky Ment) Order, 1952, No. 37 which will be published in the Official | esoseoe% - —SODSSE CPS OFFS POSOOSSSS,»
Wrist ee > vlecie, sap eae oe Police Magistrate at “E Francis-Barnett Motor Cycle Gazette of Thursday 18th December, 1952. | %
Sima | Ge tale nine same to the Dial Tae ™ ” momar pau. a Te ae Prethentbisticeer te es 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling | NOTICE x
Advocate’s OMee, 18,12.52-—2n pees Decca Records prices of ‘‘“Milk—-Evaporated” are as follows | 5 o
ae ait GLASSWARE “At prices to suit every-| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Curtis Gin ; | 3
Decorated Tumblers "se gga Te f wae ofhplication of Abraham Brath-| Husqvarna Sewing Machine ARTICLE © |WHOLESALE PRICE] RETAIL PRICE We beg to notify our Friends and Customers that %
aan yaite o aywoods, §' ames, for per ri 3 -
Merrie Xmas Ash tyays ibe Candy, ‘Dishes age [wits of arwaads, St James. "tor ver-| Primus. Stove

(not more than) (not more than)
Desert Dishes 12c., Nut Dishes

Trays 25¢ Father Krmas eoncats ocl at a boarded and shingled shop attached | FOR SISTER .. .

to residence situated at Baywoods, St Calypse Records Milk-—Evaporated: |

we shall not be open for Business on Saturday 27th ¥

Tumblers 0c each. G. W. HUTCHTD










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: y “C7 e Macon, Chablis, Contact your
LIONEL W ay Grocer or R. M. Jones & Co,, Ltd
8t. George Agents, Dial 2053,
~19.12.52—2n 18,12.52—3n
CARRIAGE WHERIS. 1 WHERBLS Dial 0163





















































































i December. Kindly arrange your shopping accord- »
BON & CO. Low, Dui 6233 ; James. eS a anadian—Libby a My oe co “ 15c. per 6 oz, tin ingly. ;
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aii! Archie Moore Is World Champj, — =

Inter-School Boys’ Glub Lifted Joey Maxim’s
Match Drawn Defeat Police Light Heavy Crown

A. two. day friendly cricket nh
match between Combefmere and A Police Boys’ Club Team de-



























































Harrison College played at the feated an Intermediate Polic« ST. LOUIS, Missouri, Dec. 18 |
CNONSEQUENT 1 De r 27 havir ‘ eclared a Bank College grounds marked the close team by nine wickets at Queen's Archie Moore, 36-year-old moustached negro from San
Lu hats y by the Governor Exe ve Committee, there of term for the two schools. The| Park yesterday. Police made 8 Diego, California, won by a unanimous decision over Joey
‘ in re nsible alti not official cricket cles Match started on Wednesday in| 4nd 76, while the youngsters re- Ma; | sided 15 ; a i : I ich
; he 3 ;vide ample! fine sunny weather and finished plied with 122 and 45 for om Maxim in a lopsidec o-roun 90ut, winning the light
f ic to stage al yesterday in a draw when the! Wicket in 30 minutes. heavyweight championship crown last night
I Day and th aks ee of eee pewvelled. et, a By a batsmer The 12,610 fans paid $89,487 to see the bobbing and
( is the additional t I tar it 11.30 aur &. Morris made the highest in- sached do e mgures, in th weavin oT I . ; . , ; fioure a >
eae elie cou Sn od Sik “eae dividuatospore of Eicin- the Col. |fret innings they were Chellen weaving negro win convincingly. This figure is a new
Panier shae t Bia Seah the sneettivel cist lege second innings,.atd in the|fem and Griffith who scored 47 Missouri bexing record, Moore expressed ‘his desire to
I 1 facts. These are holidays coming immediately after | match. and 23 respectively. L, Brathwaite meet Marciano for the world’s heavyweight crown. This
Christr woliday itself. It would then be necessary for the| Harrison College batted first to' Of the Boys’ Club bagged four for win for Moore upsets the boxing applecart as no one ever
x ore than normal restraint on the Christmas day reach 95. E. Griffith top scored 16 runs, while K. Barker and RE. expected this result A crocked elbow resulting from
elf j t be fit for the ordeal of the next two days. This will, with 26 before giving Scott an Pollard took three and two for x a Thee an reak prevents axi
oat at ; Z 99 - ’ ’ Moore bullied Maxim to the|an old break prevents Maxim
ill of necessity be forced to pass up most/ easy catch off the ‘bowling of 22 and 31 respectively pes thre ; 7 : from throwing straight rights
hicl e reserve for Christmastid: hich are cer-|Branker. In this innings th O. Mae Allister top scored for |’ Je HSE ot Somer EANGS, DORENY Ma c is Pi. x Se bt "
ble but are correspondingly prejudic to the interest only batsman who failed to seore the Boys’ Club with 35 to he “Vey round, However referee |} nT a nied $0 Beep. bobbing ene
{ vas A. Alleyne who was bowled Credit in the first innings 2ob- Harry Kessler scored surprisingly Weaving Moore at a distance
I ready pointed out this is not official but 1 erthele by i: aieens inson scored 30. and G. Sobers Close, taking the fourth. from) With jabs but Moore marched
enefit of the many cricket fans who are hoping to lean back 3owling for Combermere N. ‘nd F, Straker 14 and 17 respec Moore on a _ foul. He gave straight in. |
f d bellies with good cay ned” and watch cricket on/ Alleyne and R. Branker took four ‘tively. For Police C. Sealy took Moore 76 points Maxim's 74, The challenger forced Maxim}
holid I hasten to point out that it ould not be fair to the | and three wickets for 13 and 22 three for 23 and E. Denny and C. However Judge Howard Hess,always aiming for the ropes
players themselve: * | runs respectively. Griffith two each for 30 and 29 save Moore 82 and Maxim 58, where he could bend him back;
: For thi ason I feel confident Combermere then occ » .\runs respectively, Fred Connell favoured Moore 87 | With lefts and rights to the head.|
ere then occupied the |
Pihat the cricket powers that be| wicket and for the loss of |. Pollard for the Boys’ Club skit- ond Maxim 63, During this process Moore bat-|
R vill 2 entertain the ids ickets raised 106 runs, after the|tled out Police in their second Maxim made his best showing | tered Maxim’s body until it was
+ rst wicket had fallen without |innings for 76 by-taking eight of in the third and sixth. But-he|#S red as his bloodstained white |
a‘ , ki ny runs scored. M. Skeete was|the wickets for 17 runs in 18.1 had a poor right whereas the /trunks,
RATANJI POLLY ra out for to top score ‘d lovers. Three batsmen reached challenger was explosive be A right knocked him half}
I t and | . xplosive in oth.
UMRIGAR E. Inniss followed closely with 26'doubles on this occasion. C, Grif- overtop the ring rope then he}
to his credit, Other batsmen to fith scoring 21, F. Rorde 14 and C. < . ‘ ‘ = was battered about on groggy
M h 3, 1926 Heis reach double figures were A. Sealy i : G. sober & b Sealy 14 |legs until it seemed he must go
f nd right hand bats-| Phillips, L, Williams and C. Cal-| With 40 runs to make in or Flunehette b Sealy 2 | down. He suffered a gash to his
. nd medium paced bowler |/ender who scored 19, 12 and 18y;enty Tem rm eae bond» Ln Hee ea ten a cacti Sate ! |right cheek in that terrific session.
coil a Made dei runs respectively the Police bow ing anc corer as) Bienes oa ace . a7 |He was on rubber legs also in
sighs i = H. Simmons opening bowler}runs in thirty minutes, Of that \ Chase stp. iw.k.) b Geiffit 0 t j . :
s ea Ae a I E v pe 4 - V iase stp. (w.k.) b Griffith the seventh and eighth rounds.
ui the West Ind in 1944-45 | for College took 2 wickets fe 22] total F. Straker made 17 not out, A. Longe not out 3
g 2 y¥ s for 2 ‘ aiitatae ai 4 hts * Moore favoured at eight to
playing it e Test Played injruns, while E, Batson took two}! Mve Allister 14 before being bony oS An out saw 100 aoe 7 nollie »|
4 th f 30 L.bew te Denny Leg Bye 1 |five, has a contract that calls for |
fir Tests against Enel 1j 948. of the others for ¢ vey SS , . > , Jaxi !
ive 1 i 194 hitexee tri ieic deitive: Bt Pi ors & ‘i joo | return title bout with Maxim
49 ty "tt = 5 . h nose: i Pope eee F ““ ‘within 60 days according. to
. wicket for the second time hit up (INTE ATF) sai tas cg wi wisvida : ew mate Fos .
: Mi . m the hurricane 193 Of thi total Police Ist Innings it face tay cell yl y Moxinvs “sranager “Jack Kearns
; 1 t vt tour england |r “ B. Morris b Brathwaite 0 Oo. M. R. W. \and 90 days according to pro-
Indian team which toured England | &, Morris contributeq 51 to to a. 8s 1 o >
. J tributed § P| iB. Dodson ¢ (w.k.) MacAlister b ADR . pu » ‘moter Jim Norris
j this year. In matches ended Aug-j| score while E, Griffith followed Parker Wret = bs 4 ewe 0 Lf Maxim ces “ny t demand @
: t 2 ing the tor o Eng him with 41. W. Batson was the|G “het'eham e¢ Blanchette b ee 2? a ‘ oe - ag gee My
‘ wiarteste ee ie i saat ici lowest scorer vith one not out Bren ware ef c songs 7 0 2 return, Moore may deferfi his
g « Y « 1 C ¥ ‘ 4 € , A 2he na oe! kK.) Me lister ) Sealy ° ’ 7 ‘ ni bya. #28, ,
e Was tne only bateman: 0° Tesch Alleyne, °:ReBranker and |, Sponmen , (Woe) MacAlister | G. Browne 5 0 15 1 title against Britain's Randy
2 # 1,000 runs up to that time, having | weg tosk three wickets each|c. Sealy 1.b Prathwoe ite ‘o Police 2nd Innings Turpin Wx-middleweight cham
4 4 ‘ « : 7 pe . Se oe na ee : . 23 |B. Morris b Pollard oO . a | si p S .
a j scored 1,490 in 38 innings, high-|for 34, 63 and 18 respectively. }{: friffith P Chase... Se 1B. Dodate BiSollard g | pion at the end of six months.
= * ; est score 229 not out and five |Combermere replied with 70 for]. Haynes b Pollard 0 |A. Blenman b Pollard ; |Meantime Moore might go
aos ee Hes nat vith an avereage |two wickets G. Shannon b Barker 2 |G. Chettleham run out ,| Argentina to fight some non-title
Es ; v reel F. Forde b Barker ‘ BES eee b ee psteeas os oe matches, —UP. |
R. UMRIGAR — : of “i BP COMBERMERE vs. COLLEGE By Fee, HeLa ae teenie re a > aaa
BATTLE OF WATERLOO ii ae eee ‘ M. Haynes run out 5 Bere Club. See: Seaninke é MAKES A BIG
: ; . ’ ) am Stee Genet en. he Seliny J. Robinson not out 8
YRICKET news from England today features Harold Butler whom | y Ibw Branker 12 Total " 85 rf ee tid a : ; MacAllister 1.b.w. Den 14 i
A fans will rem¢ mbes as a member of the 1948 M.C.C. team to the is aes Alleys , ° BOWLING ANALYSIS % fe Sealy 1b w. Pollard Dit se not out A DIFFERENCE.
West Indies It is as follows lA. Allerne b Ant ( Oo M R P eg yes 2 tee * Z ;
The Battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton, and | jy ge il . east 3 L. Brathwaite 5 1 16 : Ae eg € °
next ye battle of the Ashes may be we on the field of Trent | D Wiltams b Alleyne 14 Z aoe 31 2 | : Seni Total (for * wicket) 45 e
Bridge in an effort to speed up the wicket which has become a |=. Griffith ¢ Scott b Branker 2% ly Chase ok BOWLING ANALYSIS s 1 for 23 ca as
batsman’s paradise, a hundred tons of soil from the playing fields of 7 biked yard sees 14 Boys’ Club Ist Innings ee i s B: w BOWLING meaner” Besw YOU LOOK
Eton halve been carted to Nottingham, and the wicket completely re- |W. Batson b Branker 1 [On Per eu ee no ee rae doathwaite 1 0. 1. © JE. Denny 41 YOUR BEST
laid. Enthusiastic digger on the plot is Harold Butler, Nottingham- Extras io |J aeeeey waste” . 5 |K. Barker 10 1 29 0 iM. Haynes 3 0 12 0
shire and England fast bowler, For many seasons he has bowled his | Total 95 |K. Barker 1 bw. Griffith $ }V. Chase 4 0 2 O C, Griffith it en 8 e

heart out on this ‘grave-yard’. Now he hopes it will be the burial place
of batsmen and not bowlers’ hopes.

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played South Africa in the First Test in Bris- Williams ¢ (wk) Morris b
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bane-—the selectors Ryder, Ridings and Brown or the}, Qa not out i

Board of Control? This is at present a complete mystery + eens aA Simmons ,

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1 Total (for 8 wickets) 106

AE APS PSGFSFSS

| Fall of wickets—1 for 0, 2 for 43, 3 for
43. 4 for 65, 5 for 73, 6 for 73,
;8 for 106
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Griffith 5 1 14
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me 19 «(10 28 1
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V. Knight l.b.w. b N. Alleyne 4
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A. Alleyne b Branker ”
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| his 50 and gave|{
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To 193
} nowt ' GAPTURING a wnhanimous 10-round decision in Madison Square Garden, New York, from Henry
Fall of wickets—1 for 10, 2 for 15. °) Davis of Honolulu, Paddy De Marco, tough little Brooklyn lightweight, gets back on the trail of a

for 50, 4 for 99, 5 for 138, 6 for 162.7 (or | title shot. Spoiling Davis’ Garden debut, Paddy (left) lands a left on Davis’ upraised glove.
80, 8 for 5, 9 for 92

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the 1953 English | Wales have beaten Queensland|men suggested that Miller, JI taly’s leading player 5—7, 3—6 eee [Note :—We shall be CLOSED on Saturday, 27th December.
hope that |outright and South Africa also,| Lindwall, Morris and Benaud 6-3, 8—6, and 6—3. |

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FRIDAY IkU UMBER l. |S2 II \lill\IMI~. \liWM Ml ru.i iiiui i Modern High School Hold Speech Day Principal And Staff Are Doing Good Job —JUDGE OBBNEm splendid work ths-y ajwdota. for UM pod of Barbados which li so dear to all of us But as he had Mid for him to Indulge in BOWB theory of thai kind, W: ... %  lb* school being i %  %  UM I GUMI lw Modtra High School terclav. Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenerv. conirratulated the chaol Old scholar. Principal. Mr. Louis Lvnch. and staff of the school -on the c,uld no doui-: . The pme da.v was held Mtt. endeavour" hj said "asld*>>• wwjii '.' ,1'w • packed headmaster and hi. staff rely on „, Barbados and I I-re..' upport. „ood,,„ H,,^, I ,.l rules • < m •• Globe theatre .hifh to capacity with ehildn guardian* and friend* ill and co-operation, not onjr %  modate the large numbti of pan;• pie 1(1 MBSIM il • : The pupils of ihe fifth form un.lt staged scenes Inmi Shaki Cuiiurutiilatioiik -Twelfth Night" art: M: Chener) m liis_ speech remarked. Il is . %  n oll the sp i,., BAGASSE %  ...i i .. lirallfyinK to see n school did which has only recently surtssT is ,ood of this little Island of Bar, ,' „ij. ... In a position to put on a p. duction nek ,•.,. i „. "• mead, i hearty corwratul.itioii. to n„,„„„. whoU „|„,„| ln ,„,. U(lfk tertainment me. ha in| and which as The Play was produced ,ind increases calls for fraatct efl directed by the headm.,-:. M ,. rtlon o„ his part. costume, „ m ,„,, ,„„„ ,„,, n | Kh nldl SKVSAM will not • : %  i ,..i crtchat pital. m 1 L*. %  >.loiaed Ihe I %  i on laming Hi rnolitun PUIQ be a %  Lynch took chargi and Mils Barrow, make-up. The .,,,„ n cast waslEudene Arthur a* Olivia that he will not fad Aurle Clarke as Viola. Joan laale ,,., a ahnd. Kans ind Ir most lianiiu. beeaiu** it ....:. [or fuel .i A •I thu.tt we can loki tBrtUsh during the.past I IhlS barque -M .... e^wah-d ; : " m ;;" jg j*^ £8 r ; i i,.u,k, '£S had Twelfth .,.!.„"V,..:. Mr. Chenerv said lie had Maria. Ronald Thompson Orsino. Ethelbcrt Thompson Sir Toby. Kenneth Walrond %  Antonio. Rufus Lavlne an Sn .. Andrew. Harold Chandler ., n excellent entertainment In f ""* '" %  >" "' %  **" "" Sebastian. Stephen Lynton—and that connection ha had t.. o-Tei "' "> IS < hool is entrusted. Anthony Mason as first and secban BchoUi bin ond officer respectively. Stephen ,.f the staff who must have given >cars of Ihe school *ll in the Jjvnion as Valentine. (.rain rnudl of their lime and trouble y r< '" etn* who "" Proverbs as Malvolio. Keilh Cort. the pr.-lurtion will be continuing on n> bin as Priest, Louis Burke as would I growth look bftck ^ ^ n Ballov " rtl with pride n In trie ami Diana Humphrey as Oh. production fad thai they ,,, attendant. Anthony Mao will %  •h* great pit i in VOTIIIX The fashionable Vermouth I i v Wl %  .. % % %  i ad to maka I %  ... Uld the cultural ground of school which ployed "*,,./ huh i.ee*sarlly a great part in the advaiut-n.enl "Si %  lepartle.,....i,' and cultural, of BarTwelfth bode. Hi .KIIM. ..i. i s IE( %  ( i gtand %  haani %  %  %  I I A ,.f Men Ne 1 I i H -. %  . % %  ••I i should Ilka ..; thl Many old pupils have gainee , %  publKLy Itt then ht %  hrtr.nes are il Messrs. Cabl. ft Wli , m) x Gulf i *.e have Uni Th.> bah ''hool l; | HPho h „ .vom, l l mutt single c\l Lynch and that one was" apt to take him f.. "II WlFtmalj natU)rin| to a girl. '.it ,i lehool which has only '"'" "' ,hls %  chooTi third B-ai After Mr. Chenei> bad ii'-d on it* waj I m % %  %  Bpaaul Daj .ii.i pi at-ajhrtni LueUh Kaon blla Hut o speaking Mr. Ward.' ami In i<"'> OB •' production ltk of the school, mov.-d a vote <>r ueh %  % %  hava arknaaaad today. Thl lima hai cone I i' \\. thanks. it -u"-.!*,(or tha Intaraat which rand" -Mr. Chenery said that it was 'f>c staff take in the school and ihlp, The 01 aaatl nafthai > %  th.' two I von grr;.' prfl' %  ai '"' ;h I'i'eiejt that the pupllt gain .1 during, the pa B-d tti be at scho-M lie asked to attenii and distribute Ihtmatlvai uke." will see set out In here .>! % %  %  araa not a I Mi ... ii in July i9'>i n successful winnan who had done day* fnr ] • lulfa In we war _ ao well in the exnrninntioix which then' I Aeiiievenieiil-. In Sawn had been conduete.1 durlnf the the" on->rtiir.ity t. expatlata "" o| tha Ottford and past two ri .. h.ite-.ii the) thoufhl should IKJQUH Board Ml lli t *ir incundons into the l\el ntratulaand objett i.i passes were gained %  He eongraiu luted those win had won certificates ond priie. either at tha partlculM aebool n tarroi work, this short ijenixi iyhaphaiard ond sporadh we havi ond said. 'T.> those vA\o In In general. He. howavar, did not I1K nr >cessa'rv | n lii 1 ol In •'"' %  -'1 %  Iriendly games Ol spile of their endeavour btllad u 1 ,tx ,x on that particular occalannkl in which we engage.' to achieve a pruts, I win advi-.i uon than na I U Ination. havlnn defeated codrlngti aiul exhort them lo rontimie then nmsnl on ij,, JJ— trge. Combormere and nil art*. elTorts and rndenvours baeauos cntlonal Ihaortai which had Hoodhundred and ihlrt I tal'l 'he "' the mare winning of a prir> arrtly, Not was „„,,, (ll) ,. an( „ u ( .,. u.in K daA ctal mention. I'l el*.! %  An Ol \-oeiailon I ... i| raunlona, 1 %  further %  %  film-show lo the . • : %  lining; and in i wa bop* 'tie> Mill he conttauad during the ranunfl A stioo di !>•• bnhnni %  ntj d Hem .-.I. 11 day, l)et M v, I tra .ind genernl alin | ad Barbados re not the greatest achievement. The %  I whether serving | refei asJaad Caller who Bo) Tli. [lunnei ii|> passes in nine subleclelaBI f"i tha i I. n. cession. Alvcn, Oullcr, English Literal in Hi ol Ihi %  striving for a price is aomethli technical edumore woiihwhi' rhal cation was the bet) will build up t%  Ihe Modern or I'aihapupils and younj Ihe doa. in general. S^ i ^T^ r a^l^ Kduc;,.i..nal Sdrm ^n'd S their life work before Ihem." That did He said thai it wag In the effort not given thought to their SdUd made during su.-h torn %  that the future cltiien. of Barwhich it mlghl l> thai ;' icltool bousa In UU ia mon ,.. bados WOUl ilirpnBei than a U-nn I think he desei.. Bo not too strenuouil) unpres* upon or *'hieh publi. .... Han both past ... f pended. Far from that, each and Iwn" B rv -' n ' "" l ' '" 11 to the school, that it u.iup to them 'V*ry membei of thl MdnUlnlng I ft* to assist the headmaster and his had, and wabound to ugnatpart* > ord by passing m all Zealous slafT in the gi-od work h eoncernepm in lri Irtl With textnothing olher than splendid. 'he theor, f Cbnunerci \. i "The carrying on of a achool ,l,,n ' Barbados was in Innwith BaJSnlnatlOB I \* an undertaking that demands lha best modorn I ill eset out in detail • the Inuhesl of human effort and ovei Ihe world. your | Ithou ie.y-i.. >f can %  i i PublV i %  ii ...in lo extol tni muga%  Texi lt..oks %  THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE! n Fresh Mouth AllEfeyUig! A NEW miracle looil p grrni Mcntaaol now gives you sa/er teeth and gumi. and a gfcna. fredi mouth nd brssih all day ldoein'l juw "coverup" mouth odours for minutes, it d*\ir^\, Ihem lompbltlv. > Mcntjsol is green *ecau*e it contain* active chlorophyll Nature's a> of turning the lifegiving energy of the sun into healih .md freshnei*. No wonder chlorophyll work* *uch nunth in your mouth' First, the adtH green phyll in McntsUoJ nop' i"o*nk ixlidv i aboraUM %  .tiers sesj chiprotection' Millions ol Amcr^j/is use il. Tis %  he mmiy freshness of this green toothpaste ihai makes Icetb brilliantly white' Vou aafcfaa 11 nr stasfi m aM tJLr%**t~km\ TtU Chlorophyll ITldl I vTsWI toothpaste .4@s*TOSCA w H i p Hoip PREYEMTiooth DECAY ZJU p&MQjt tt&i I Pracenf oo#h decay! t'se i %  b-ii tiin.i casan bnasdoi firOunK UITIIIM T.-Mh Vttm npot in I.niisi-si i..,4h Pnhelpr.ium Ucawta. 3. iisiiKiNi i.mih pan ,....., dtii film wfcldh holili haii.ru sj{aiinil MOOB g 3. lajTUiHi i"--ill Nan reaa aahsi a> raaa %  • M, %  ..ih arJdi %  ruoSJiff vrilh iisissiNr rrduir Oiiih tin %  ( i-ilnlti Mb V* %  sfiei ST) meal help* I line. (I) RENOWN I'ri.ilil.l. wlwUWI Shirt. r P> jamas, unil youn iIhi fbol. I -.i a I Hi I Ranown Sporla Shirt IrsMjn Si.licl. hue fuller III RR1 uni. .. I. II nl Quantlt; e. Sahely & Co.. (I!ds) Lid. 5PinH*lc,wMnWfs5sffsWfdWW^fiW5sriffs



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WHAl'S ON TO-DAV Dwdicaana C*tmon> and stp..h % %  %  4.00 p.m. Pull.* lUnd 1 %  -. | %  %  I I-ol < I ''.r UM c*u. %  . i.ISHED 1895 FRIDAY I PR1C&. : SIX CENTS AY S WEATHU RIPOHI 100 m.p.h. Hurricane Takes 8 Lives: Scores Injured In North Britain | More Blizzards And Gale Force Winds Likely To Hit L.K. Weather Delays "United States" LONDON, Dec. 18 EIGHT I'KRSONH wen feared dead in the hurricane which lanhed m-i"Northern Britain at speeds over lno niilen per liour in some of the wont recorded weather in Britain's niatory. Seorep more were injured bj stones and slatea torn from Ilj tn-i.of wind which raged down From the Arctic Circle in :i tempera • •!' mam .III.I sleet. '] i -1 th.' | %  Ili.HI the hiKhesI on record The .... bottled ipping in tinIrish sr and bigluth Channel. The B3.000.ton United 5 nr... \ • %  %  Auai tie left 20 houn York ..iiii i. I:\IHII ll\K nnwi Sir Thomas Takes Over \ew College indies,! !•''• %  foi New Sir Thomus W. J. Tn>lor, former Prlndpal of tha uni College caf the W. % %  • armed nl Exeter last weak id to take up his 0*1 Principal of the I'nivi' ih Colic*? of the South-Wcrt. On arrival. Sir Thomas, who was accompanied by Lady Taylor, expressed the hope that the college would goon obtain its charter This would ralaa it to full univerMiy tatu Hihad succeeded In obtain ins a Ron] charter for the University College ..1 (It.Wist Indies. ,„. ,,.„,,. iced i hnow sooiethJn* >*f tit.procsdur*.* Sir Thomas said he WM pleased %  • mil Coll %  ol 'V •South-Wem had a lare numlirr of OVI-I ; portant. hr at* colonies hud proper ly pCOBlc and (0 li'-li. trained Glad And ha r/ai glad <>i I • upporlunit> ol work with and to i i, b Ho Ml Iha Soul -u. %  %  %  blew hei against mpton docks y< te ; ... Ill PH t Liverpool and I uuiin %  n ii • i i %  Deveesahfcre, bringl .. %  %  %  : %  : Rivet i the davit iwn wars %  %  \ killed if Matwall ruj i hi ring in. i \ iid. .111,1 %  Warrlncton %  old ;:"'i wi ,%  'hr wind and f.lli.;. 1 i asualty "'• ]. .1 isai hi SI Thorn %  H night cd for hb work i with tht Iha Waal i %  %  %  bg Hi W. W. .I l_nT1 t,y the %  roHSCd the %  %  %  i Blackpool %  IF THI:Y IIKIAH %  i las • ^^^^. I^V5WBFV aVSaV^aiB ftp ^ ^M taKj fM ir*" JaT ar** -** %  5 S"*' ^ ,t< i ^^*3U MIt M E COX. MCI' Mi. U. H. Adams. Q.C. C.H.O (leader of th, Hoiine of Aasemhlyi -ml Dt If U. Cummins. MCI*, an here c*ti't Jay luoiiung ult*r attiidiiiK 4 nin-lm, ul tlie Uovenior lu Exeriitive Committee Mi. Adam* (invtd y.-nterdaj' ;uorning from London via Canada. 4 Dead: 3,000Homeless As Storms Hit Italy ROME iv. 1H. Snow, hail ajkl Icy rains driven by gals (Ores wtoda Whipped the Italian harbour for the s< ii.iiii toll wu only four, but :i.oon pnrsoni .. %  ; SoooV 'i regions perticularly betw %  Rome end Nnplss "I'ut I ni|iliii>i-. On Quality" The isle of Capri and iieial bouiinj lachlu and l*i<. Baj if Naples m with water nuppitef. u" %  %  lack of rueL Water and fuel musl m by tankers. One aMp to rraeh Capri laxt Dl \A TO Tolls Chiefs in-cause pounlm. kept it ricni renuUnlag n> the Mile harbour AM nta] < i'h to south wen%  % % %  . run* throuafi B at let rset it was still howsvei ten taat t • -1 ^v the topa "f the .... %  J'Alt IS. Dec. 18. North AUantl %  iltitai i i hlan %  I and to %  ..iiiy ovei J u.intiiv Taraata aat will uand the 1053 pro%  ranune approved al %  NATO Council rnsstlni held hers H Ol M NATO countries approved a resolution incorpolnts: flrstly rl lOOl and 4.000 war planes which the Buprenu Commander, flensral Matthew It. Rldsjwu hai at his disposal are expanded greatly, Iheii efhi ... . improved. Second!\ tinDOSI ol ,, %  !i %  : %  ... vral vlaita, arms i s rising continually and The diafi agi I %  %  II, Americans For French Army PARIS !' %  %  %  f:.-. i. Nat Iran nit.. %  ome eountrlsa will am cial aid or iinuni t ball the full UM frnni tin forces. ovsi quantll I in policy i; Ud. ..... .%  • %  lut JI n ' % %  i. :InUnited fought. They( | U The Asaei pa lebata C.P Mir. I II ha view that NATO Military %  till desperately %  d whnt the> need. lad to set 1053 de%  • i insstnu lave raporu m On l'a(c !i. Rfc-OPEN FACTORY Tt >KY' Hltsubl Industrie i,ur.,.nuers of Japan'xri pun log •' ii W u II opened iiAral p i %  .i begki DpsraUoni by rapataing American aircrsfl will inable to rnssrufaetij %  piste airplanei -U.P. Mr. G.H.Adams Talked Vhoui Ministerial Status For Barbados "jvamim asxmm nr !" si AW Kl.l,. Dec. u>Mi '.. II. Adnnu,, Leader %  I the BarbadtM Hoii i Aiwembly, said %  hortl) after i'inrrival '.> T.i .\ iiiiDiorniiiH rrotn i aiiada.thtil while attending tin Pittance Minwtern < nuference in London, he lind inan\ tallcn Rl the Colonial office iili OnViaU and Government ir.liii>_' the i|iii'-ii'.n of Ministerial StatiM for I Barbadoa. He added lhat "nothing a r a %  *• m a* • %  ''"•s jrel been deotdtd," tht 1 U.O.tfltlke liUl Seci ;.,:, ol .su.iv lor the Colunusa having Ins hands lull ul work in Kenya, lie li.nl to put nil an appoinl tin-Hi with Hie SHTetary ol Siatc mi three or four 0OCa> lil Uu^h Foot. Qoveiiitn .i| Jamaica, was also Ihaj'' and In' loo hail to pul oil ins gppointnsnts with Mi Lyttsltoa "... wsa . v %  ... 'i Dl Ha -' IDS PJ Sat rstsrs ol under lbs Intai ... ..I,.. .. %  ... West remuidei the Coni< i i taken on this "i thai mstlar mutht %  fleet Iha Weal i %  Ml .VI. in, |ld %  I po I n Uv i -'i' of the Colonial Ottos to how he rotor U il artul lbs inter%  Rule about %  %  nl d %  %  tin -a own viewi hb %  %  .. i %  Ai the opening oj Iha Conter. anted b) B • 'Vil set I,. I ... i ill .t da) the Mgarlan n an c an Ived ind the • onterenea Iha remalndei %  the Ume Aha IM> tood It It was up lO Hi.,. %  Ihej hka and "i"! %  tnl coul I mi ,.. %  '.' %  i ,i i ,ni Servant %  %  i On ler* vai n %  "very high level" %  nd there WSa nothing i .n hi Id add t in the Rt Tbs Coounlttse which drafted prised all lbs PlIncludlng the %  i of iha Bsohequi i Po "i. Irau iht amount ol [i nl w t thai has had III da %  reouir' Wood wOul i Ihe im %  oera in %  aw and bags) supplies all conply 0 f ,, g> <>" P*e 3. To Avoid Failure I'ARis. Dec 'i The iii ad St rriirt to save tha V'l inl P to ram through an "sMBterity' 1 S28o.ooo.. building programme ai slop itap until I iPnpsidi-iii. Hut v.dh North All. ml,, [,. a|j itmeii session in its Fourth oi %  ist day, that thai t-Koint; us geiegsUa ftghtrng a insini' battle natlona, fearful of than daunted b) tin u mtlMar] ngth US. Defai Robert K. Lovett tool NATO oi .met nipplj i onrtrueUos progyarrimt %  Mat tbev U Rldga ... i III LoveU -ai.t thai tha UM would i>,v 10 pel ..ni ..I the %  i sSn %  I not k hla miniaterial i i r. Qatholics Canada Will Annoyed With Tito W ASM IM'ION <\ th I ., ...-I (Uploi strain In V S Yltmo I Uoni in tha abrupt dip] i %  I MonslciH.i l'h. %  lifl %  -i %  1 I ths nun %  p Ui i i .' U '"i %  %  opt ration with Tito in t 1 lint th< State Department rental) i rare i.luctant to talk In view of tl .iiiilomatlt .ni.i domeetk rsllgsM • v lived Uri I %  39,000,000 t s .. i ed to .<-. i( t itrongty He aii onl: an ..' tack on theBn hurch at Ineull I i catholic Itrraktni: nf rel in Vatlcai and Ihe 1 i.: vernn i re Utura <>i Arehbl • %  StCplnar %  < anlmal Stepuinc --ill niti.ill held In Rome %  i %  %  man ..I the Apoatolic N Bel %  Itei ;i i ii' Baal Holidto %  %  Di bank indi of %  Uon 3 .if the R -ik Hohdavi Act. I0< Bai h Holl\ %  Act, 194(1. NEW CARDINAI BELIEVED DYING VKMi I, |u| [> patriarcti ••! Venw who w.<%  chaduli i %  i %  n next mi i I baai I at t.n k an i lei in Dei mbi I r Korran [seile Gets Priority ->RK Iks IH i %  %  v., arthowsi hi dead -not Korean w ll policy after %  rifei i intf with QSBSCSl MacCtmm xnr u:\m:n *MI III. KXPKLUm C.MUS |),. ( \ H Buy Fancy Molasses I IS—Mr. a n %  %  ran \toUsse* %  M the U.S.A., I i > ll by A i i ming that %  Molasses Ir K .. *> r 11 A. c Thorn ll ,ind Mr. two mem•r ..i ihe Mlsakw Is wt of Canada where they diaBd Aineri; %  on of shipand of %  Mr Kim; aald that they had U.N, Political Adviser Hurl fORK. f>oc. ia. iel polttiPolUb delegati'in to the I N hiona was an auto1 "> %  i %  ridKe ft %  Ing 1 .ii %  id was reirted In al condition. lUpl cuts. I ii followed ...... ... r < %  %  i not nil baa city's %  .%  —DJ. %  mai % %  ud Us. %  Hu p nileaflet Andrei -iii. is him unwortl and Indicated U I %  ..'. %  riiiii'.-i ,,f i, paper puhliiUi.>.l the i,.. iha ' %  -If reen Rot Geenaaa \jtgeutlae Trade :K.w.v. Of yloir—China Will I ..it h-r f.iioil-: COUlMBO u HAMiiunr: nre i. Th. Gen an liial <;.-. I niaii-Aii" iTiifht run Into ] %  idtfcsi. 18 hinu teun '" "''' ,,v ' %  lowing the .1'.. bad hai %  IU&1-52 season -r.r rved %  1 %  • • 1 . 1 1 ill .|l ( I.:.,., :,(. irii-i %  1 I mi _. . -, ibbsr annuallj foi IfltU'lt t^ltll'H Volt* neea varvmg by aradea ai to early revistoi t Chi 1 2i>0.frl|O tonit of i.'i .0..mail/ %  prtoi deral I i r tintr l\ 11It-il In If us Accident HANDSA4 RJE, BBS Dai 1 plunged from a bl % %  %  re lolled, nd it %  thougi %  I least 1 1 r Jen and sub^ lor Unified Europe I'll.KI'. H..Hand. IX.,.. |g 1 Dul ted ulmo>t 11 :> In favour of a United ttt ffl of a %  %  1 1 1reenthaHag i %  %  ;Poi a United Europe ?7.iun or S3 8 j>ei cent. Against, 1,847. Invalid ballot 40't '" ; %  %  *. | f — I'P. -Vf: foi tl.c BSSl four w*fkfar the boy and .: %  Top W .-, %  ., %  f.on Qtwan'a Collet, when they lnokr up yortarday. BotMm %  Coll* it a as they daahed Uuough tb doorway of the Hall wh'n ichool elovd for tht I mHollda-. mat \dmirul lulls Dei lH r pui-h' of K ed In Ann.i. ing for a Ac HI I. W -1 M was J %  ml r r. • llr* \11111iMill1 Suril Vt-riiimilh • i*.t.iri 1 mm n l v ori • (•• %  O lllfilHI \\ IIM(The West Indian Favourite) • Sum 1 in 1 (Wemmerschoer No Ij • Van |i*r lloiii I M|IH in • >l* .IIIIIM rfwessnl Tnblf %Vin MM i MS Oloroso Sweet Jonker Capero Pate Dry Amontillado (Dry) K. H. V. Who Wlmm mi Ml Tim** 1 baa Wlnea far raw llasfeBaj %  •|.|... mrnl .11 battled bi K v. Oatatand gaaHl) unbeatable rtee



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r\r.r TIGHT BARHMwis ADVCX "I IKIII.W. ItUIMIIt.K III Mi CLASSIFIED ADS. HA\1III Ml 2S0S Dint I OK SALE U IOM.,1 l\ I %  %  Local History Reader %  HftUM l\ MIAinitl.iM %  %  i %  I %  i on HI.M s> .. >-. f-r S %  %  per cent %  %  la* a"ar| MM %  I had set %  . rccoinind su*a*ffUons MISOI I -Adtls riili.M SAXES 1IOUSI.S I l.i. PAKAWAY FUI room houa*. M Chilli^ lll >U]|ll. Monll.ll F-K IT* |.!U. ,' itranuil thai*. IN ADVANTI I .. A.\.\Ol INCBMENT8 Cli W i it MI tniiTWi i iini'iiiiinv Will all tht~who KLW1KKAI ... i II %  < ntmiM To all i" i %  I lift **•> Manda' IH %  lb 1? DAI TIMI: I-.-.I mri % %  WD la *• K.. f .... .1., ii Sur-aav I Mom rnVK lln* IM M a. .Barb.. II It at IM:IIMIMI Thr pial'hf *-r herafa '"mwl #anai g.vmr rrw I AJNE WAJ, c ..IT ...... MIIT.N %  %  % %  ( %  nywlf raspo -' la) i' or anyonr y a wrltia* anai-i ." %  I.IONP.1 WAirOTT %  i %  '-P —llI I '... I-—I I ''. ..ia ** %  *•' ( %  aravf. a. i % %  In apart ion anv day after I? noom n i.AHIIAHU *,.< %  .irin-r. | %  llm LIVESTOCK MECHANICAL nvr n i i MISCI II ..A Mini's ^ '11 '. '..II %  %  Jam tiark-d -tin I i n>* Tmnatwi j-m idnl AMI UK AN %  QYi \ nisi Kimi LOST WRPrT WATt'll I l Wrut •rhan La niaa* •>..*t %  rardrd -f> ..' Aavtvalc'a OaVf .1.. alll aIM la law I" I1SBV-1ZMerrfc DCmas ... Ilalllr. Unul HUM A.ia.,.1. •ON ex. D %  I nmi ii i %  I .. IK IMiaiM available and Had A %  11 HTM i^UALITV ttk.M .-la A tiki IVIK.II .v . %  g Chai I. pa| i P-wnmaral, U. It, liior-r or H M Jana. 1 | i '1 JOU. %  CAItltlAi.K WlfTIU* ll nl H L Hirlaan. HMnfiwu. i Jamin If M ll roOtPBars ABMSOL ri.rBPRAY* an %  %  tjuMk death li rilaa. ataaqml riH-krnai-h. Obtainable frmti all JIM Slnrri in two nm 11 ot ' %  UI.A-WAFF M pram to ..nt IM> InaMa la ', M n.. i^ < 4 i tn>hM 1 ^ I* Nvi Ih-W. %  thai . Ltd. Geo. Sahrly & Co (B'doa.) Ltd. Wt/K* Ttft flHGER'FIRE T OI/CHCS YtgJ %  fddi UWGUENTINE^< QUICK A MODERN ANTISEPTIC Tl'BFS AND JARS i on SALR ;: wiilii: roT\TOi:s_ tc to n i ^ lit lbs N N nMU in nil OHIONI (I3f. Ih IUJ.'i5 lh.— Stt.Stt rVHRI OaaataMOB-aSaa, to 18.12.52—4n. REAL FTATF HarlMitm in lhr> l^aid %  Th Pi*ld*nl said th-t It wat <'V f'>r Ihctn to i ijj -iirthc brcauie ,.. . writA i illcr was HV *ih-i.,%  i i SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay ""ndar CauU.. badM wi> i;ivni honV. -1 1 %  1 %  that or%  I.UflOK I III SSK MiTlfl I I M<>\ i] iff, tha IMh dl,> I know PUBLIC NOTICES %  % %  II U V %  IB at U> NOTICI: LUH'IIK I.HINSF NOTKI %  Pi Tl, IM o noui %  Api>li,anl appln .t, 1 %  % %  i %  ll Iff SI I.KU'OK UCEXSK MITIC-ITtHai^i :.. .,„ j) %  %  | i-i.-d .nor alU 1 ... JXh d..% I.K|rUK LHLNSF MIIICi; urrfrd and ii I S I, %  in iv H I.HM'I'K IK I NSI Mill, I %  \ HARPB \. r.. . M DM 1' i %  i %  II i %  J ft i ..ii ntWAi" i : I %  pp| r %  %  to read l far they Uon, Mi f. II Darki i *U ttal .ill what ii to b* aona. %  .if thr rraucml i K should bc boofci tor HfJ lllnught %  Hal thJt they I the I .i itaap i. had 2 %  i 'i approvaU, %  Maal IUIUI a w w.'..-•.n JntM-a A Co. i 11 i. %  .tan Aaanrtalion IM %  • %  •• % %  Daaak %  %  %  Steps To Prevent Increase Of Land Rents in Antigua LONDON In the House %  Tuewfay, l>*ceinl*r IRh. Mr. •ii-.. (laffbaajr, flag M .1 • tiepools. > aiked thr> Set-retary (tf %  he proposes to %  land renti on the Island of and whether hirider the r.il>l.hinenl of p .,nd M pri.cnt the evirttons IVom the tnnd ol Unieiany peasants, datalb .if wi leen sent to hn i. s. MU. This m.itt*-r is 11 %  .ance one lor th Oovernmi-ir. if Antisua. I am rttor and v.ill tic hon. mem.. his reply." -air In Touch With Barbados Coaatal Station • %  • MatM %  UlTuaaa .1 ( < %  ; %  %  \ V A.T>. -II. „, M ii'"'' urn %  %  SLa,an %  Kollxr.. . Vla*w. a .. i • Biierpruw. a • Kaaatrti WatMla. In his reply. M I I Moaunk. a a laikanff,rr, %  %  . %  Nifir Kirn. I ,", %  '-ff.rt1. fc .a! •>" ^j-iaVtw. v .., i ^ Crr.r M %  SHIPPING NOTICES Seatroll ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. til IM. I HUM I I IUII'1 II. Lord, Mari.iriv l-'d I I ciaa W— %  a.i-;\: H ara Will %  H IM.. IMIOK ( ^rVr P..-. Iwa.. Ci.l< .'onnaon. I MM T"IMIIAI> forthDar II LUJ\ UK LKfNSI \OTM i %  %  lih otbar nattan on thaii i %  i %  DM %  t Po Save England's Cliun-lii's tR^ IT .:.., —I n is Christmas SuggettioBM HM: i.nr I Hi in Ul PMol or Hille i I ii • RJflff Voietitlni' %  .ili Mhum Caiiniliiiii Nuliuiiiil Sliuimships 4in N Laushia lemlL MM; I>AI> Orliiiial-Odlmrr ( .liuUt r Brawahn Raaiaaa riii'i.i a larta Hiifk. I... ft .ri'fll Motur i I OB Ml M . Iterra Rrrord* < nri t.ln Bavaarana Bawtai If whin I'M Kills Still r HK sISTKIE . 1' > I \ |so Rrroidi BRADSHAW&Co. ... taatal %  \ Watson, J lltaK. • Q Itaw. M %  roil n II* t.e.lJ*J[ %  i bcIUIIMII u. iu u *,i people; bui Hu . I...I. l.urfc C I %  : %  i.Uiert. i. i* .IM... ...... Ilvini • Ri n e'i ,; aw ne ,i B #r^.n.. ,. ... %  „.: %  i -i.s—the one KOB putaTu Bico 1 %  waaataU BMsffs u— U. An... Wll.,m J.-t.-aa. %  I opentna oi r --^"" ois- i. %  *>-. Ad**.!* .,.1T %  %  %  i Da i •...II, im annual Oiike of Mtdlng a* Qd tineen Mary have also %  % %  made generous euntributions. Ul i. GOVERNMENT NOTICE Mil IMBOI Ml .sTtill'-ilrTt CDN niAii KM;FH lilN CfcMJIHK CDS COhaTRUCTOK CnN THUCTNS-rl.'CTOn TUN CKAIIJMUaffl COM t KUInKH c TIN CHA ION CRUlffKR IIS I MNITKITTIIH c US l IIALLatSQER 11 Jan. ii ri> n Trh I* Mr 3> Mai 11 Api Mil. Arfim Arrlaaa n...i..a... -I Jok> HaUfai 34 Oa. 9 Jan. T Jan t Jan IS Jan. IT Jan. II Jan. Jan. 4 Pah IT Mar. SI Mm. 11 Apr. %  i. I 4 Mar. IB Mai 4 Ap-. IB Apr I Fab 14 Fi*. 11 Mar. : %  Ka I) Apr 14 I GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.i MM I I I IM I MM aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat Agents. r-ta sssssa s v %  Bernard POR A: l-an-Wn I GIVE KOOkS THIS CHRISTMAS MAIL NOTICES ADVOCATE STATIONERY jsaaasa taaaaaaa aaaapaaaa aaaaaaaaataaaanaaawea as ^ a j^ a Shop at the %  Dl PrtCaS tDf* r.rri .'At.niid• %  37 which will he puoliahad In the ontcia) latta Decemb.-r. 195:'. L Ul ... njximum WlftalaatlS i-nd PStall selling Bvapaffasad" ."< isfal AUCTION SALE ABTII :. WHOI.FSALE PRICE KKTAII. P8K 1 (not n. (not more than) i %  •13.17 per CJC M x 6 >u. imSi 15c. per 6 01 Ufl 'Hx !tj ot tins 3u. pat Ml i 113.11 | %  Ol Cow 4. <. . i. ;n 14c, per 6 o^. tin .' '•'• i... nf %  i :•*• par ij oz. tin $13.17 ptr caio a) jft iH v |fl II ttin ...... .... BOOT ftSGBT To UMBBUK I AMJJSYNE Alt I HI Its RUM SO >i/.//// i v, \(u.i.av : UiIn-:, lo notif\ our Friends mid Customers that wc shall MI. i be open fur Itiisim-ss mi Saturday 27th December KindK arranyip wuir shopping accord* im.'lv. R. & <;. CIIALLFNOR LTI>. Spei'jhisiown. Bridgetown, Six Men's. 19.12.52.—2n. //XV///rV//AV,V/ w//////.v//.vy•/l*w. A^ain years of Experience tell in the Blending of Rum at the Annual Industrial Exhibition We have secured "Top Honours." In all Locally Distributed Rum and Falernum Liquor These Blends are served at the "BAMBOO BAR" At THE ST. LAWRFNCF HOTEL Mil. A MIIS l-l I I II MOIM. \\ LUll'OK l.H'l NS: MTI< i M.x-I I hi %  Wadttawaa %  1 %  A| Pal ADVOCAT1 STATIONERY QBI i ITONB. II \ -1 INC liis| Mir l.lllr -l>.ii> whera Uw Baal i SUIinnrrt Mhl \>> are nu\. N tSMnS %  %  i %  %  %  1 i * B BH % % % % % % % % %  m m tjvsrsr .v... m m John D. Taylor <£• Song, Ltd. Rucbuck Siuvi Dial 4335 NOTICE Our Broad Street Shop will o r i; \ i: be ...i.. A Uill r;ini:i' m.w in Mink — Also — ( HICK 11 l nuts. WATEB FANS, CELLULOID BORM tic. S|.|,.(i early Iron, AllTlKNK.nis J.k„ Si. Bl.irfoa at lo. JASON JONES & MRS CO.. LTD. On SATURDAY DECEMBER 20th until 4 o'clock and On CLOS i: II DECEMBER 25th. and 27th. 26th. Bat a SHOE CO. 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PMOAV DEI I MI:I 11 | Local History Reader Approved By Barbados Elemental*) Teachers AT THE conclutlon of Mr J C Hammond's lecture "ii "Education", Mr K A H .v. ..; dressed the ting of i he Eta H ted by the Pi. Mi A and the Executive Conn A eok about the book he had prepared as a history reader (or use in Elementarv and Secondary Schools. BAKRADOS \DV t.x.k the step • rosslnjt of ihe Atlantl of taUsttng u> ampanying him are hit wil* Wyn Gnrdnn o nd all who Australia who has been touring CLUFFS. near Slroud Bay. 8t. Lacy. 1. (tnest) better known an Captain Fiaco", which the shark* arc found Sharks Ate Caught. U M i) M Captam Flsco. f "shark IChOl US) St. Lucy. bug I>II Novtjtnbti 10 that was Arthur wl handle the !J I Is feet overall T '" %  I other "•'tees WOP Aorcd by a 30 hp dieesl diving for sharks in that di with rath of thO projects suggest•"•. She will tail over :>• f made ed by the C.U.T. Unfortu kend '"' AiitiBu;i where Uw Elliot „ party on board will spend Christlo Broone, Joseph -leaded guilty of the chat for another. DO* .„ mas with Mrs .Anne Dnv i HarrtJ and Terrell Cadnnan. AHr*ne attached tn ('enti il Park the actual '" ertwing:the Atlanta | for sharks Except for a well-w,,: ted to be in Antigua g Dr. Brnea Hamilton on < Christmas. „ Advocate b ZoZ%tocTZ ""*" !" *" U* Sharkthe seven *£" *}?}£?* The 100 ton motor v,,l • go out ,n a boa, f, I arlbbee under Captain B. Gumbs gay to otto* CluOs Ol NorON port yesterday moining fluffs and Norses arc two points NllN-st IT rlNTGKBU from Dominica with its regular long '• %  >'oMt where the land -— fortnightly supply of fresh-fiiut Juts out over the sea. HI Honour Mr. II A %  colony, Tlu< shipment On reaching one of thOM Acting Jut;., in hided 20 crates and 103 casks, point remain in the COUTI 'if BrldgOtoWB Through %  id. %  non-iuit in ". f:uit dealers crowded the wharfthe cliff Tn ( attack the shark detention of clothing wb bci th f"ifrom behind and pul • telltr II their supply of fruit. With tbl thfl snarBl Loveil of Bank Hall. Si .'light their own trani happening; H Is brought Bgablfl d< ihe I tng pulled from its resting Wallh. of Hi ">E th Iramc aunewt piaea under the rocky ledge. Loveil who wat. to negotiate and there won IreTl „. v ., . ,|ue,.t t.atlic blocks.which lequil... . he direction of policemen on ((|V I1K |-;s ^ tnat w f it K ,hi m •' number of nd him his elm!:. he "Ad^;\' owner? AWtaSoo UUi ir.,wned coun b ...gos eato^ nryh. Assoewion. MluW .mount of JTS tcr. The iIHMs. ( HI I >l .. MIMM , % pubUsb -rr ,, 0 k putt up ; teiT.no ..^V "' %  sbm . ,,,p ISA cases of hams. 116 cases of n gh % but ll lUad urf n,,, n usw,t •An* t\pe and the picture blocks cheese and 115 cases of canned (0 the hoot. It ., > < -1A..I a—A iVv. % %  lal (Ink d.f i-'M'tlfl t. > ../ 1 Til >.; I'il.s Sank \l Barclay's Ml. ... ahoad. G. Can''.-ident of A it yaaterOH Hi • Jot. and three i>!ete the other 58 Within three :...! %  :.-. kgO) ^, would have Road Accident* Mle ,.{ Kin*. | %  for a cui HlV.iil. %  .. %  Hill, St Michael, 10 pn, %  %  mom Hill The rroni vv lamp of imaged. on Dec. !7 an hureh \ between Bl iinhp and J-M v I HIS WORSHIP Mr. (i it Griffith Actin) Polk* M i Ifflti itg ol Dtttrici "A it ,. ; , %  % %  left n ..in do conductor t ndl Arthur of Arch tu and in hp paid In M ment with hard labour foi Carrying [1 i NOW... a new medicated dog soap ie of th pointl > the skipper of •: li.:k ilivrr. r.|>i>tate Daniel Sblx>i> •W Arrow mdi.at'HH %  lifts ui.rf.-t Overloading Bus Stroud Bay Cost Conduclor £3 %  %  licenced to co which wi never publ. thing rotuH thusiasm that >\.. years ago by the Caribbean Union of Teachers. The "Advocate's" Co-operation Mr. Hovos said that from that tune hi. of the project CUT. With that In mind, he had set about to OOUod "hat material he could M i Ion In Barbadian H dlfflculties that had beset I and won >U1J b ttUng him, Even after he had eo sary manorial ow years, there was still th* of flnaneing the publl tunatel duty, her of i I i i it.i and 115 '.he chief items ll ti n motor vessel Clara -| u i-hich arrives in Carlisle lorning from Trinidad :i3 cases „. 2,312 10 martwtt '"' %  "'• %  %  of chan | thai le for the publication of the book The eo-opontloo "f the "Advocate" had thus Helps i overcome '. A hurdle. But Ihori %  the question e little IMVVS of the Sti. ith the clubs and a knlfa " %  "• mm so oaou no .unged Into its body, All that "'"" '" %  %  %  ,vc •" %  ;i1 ljlp k X J nl dotnas to nei and on Juw ft it inio ihe b return. 1 '"''' ' %  %  [ !,,r Mm * r iark 14 "' %  f ihj r \ 4 : Kven 1 I. refused lu him Then %  10 he, for The clotbi rend the i Waithc any time nfUSOd to H and the i med to the < hark dlw r^. fur 'hen HM I %  f< %  bout Ifl time she washed I him. \\ intlw at (I Delegates liriiirn Monir Avid Thrower* Deserve I legging • %  l*hirf .h. lie* J. 1 Pi siding ovei the I %  merited %  the (ll • I ulphiiii %  I nit ..lie %  he had (hi Quality" g) Umii pair 1 %  that ii" inn i I..11, %  until tpj ing %  i %  i %  %  %  I — ll' Strong Support the i" Mr. Husbands sulm. %  %  %  %  to ttattha %  i ^___ cumstances of the >, uiiltni i IK i \i i support his client %  than Waithes case. Befon enw ring th %  n Un> His Honour lol I was Mr. that his client Mi. Domlnli I l | %  rrineton, UM Colony's -ent pOOPtt to W De.ghton 6i pJ22J M CI .U a P Da Costa ?" J?""*"'/ coul nn L r1 port to th* ^ IM \'l 1h fom her. but these p< Windward Islands who COatO IK r( nil.. (Hi : HMIK MlH.f'M y w !tl P"'!>e Honour) would like to hear from tlon should regard It as an boa, ,,r reg^itttlng i sub-agreement these people, then Ben rur and an obligation to -upport The 286 ton I I relating to oils and fats between ing to enter I nonsuit Mr. Hoyos In his •ndoaeoui ; %  \ihrlhrook atrrlvod in port or. ,.,, lh ,. windward could be claimed thai Mr. H<> v afternoon for a ship |.-r the general frame, book wai reallu a child o* Ihol ""'i 1 <•' 103,000 gallons of mowo ,k of the Iteginnal Oils and .association. As for IwciV as i | f "' n \ h Offke. .V d ** 1 L !*' %  "*• h" attended (.iu. M. will load cargo for "" %  '"l" •> have ret bra nn %  v n anl and Orenada I % % %  ' %  '-. Luck. that ihe the next la %  • to the trouble Nad g arrived two weeks ago with of the Windward indS with headquartH | had said, nothing had cot '..da Mr Garnet Gordon. ,,( it., i. efTori Nov M H t the Otta. M. is CanUln Mlto ol rhe had gone ahead on I .ni.-re Mr . an He i>.. ML Wiiiu.iiAM t i. pei ... ROW Mill i %  I.. U -v ii ...ii 1 lo. I i. .od I | Uj luiuir, — led ii MI i i o.re. Boaea, QirtSi %  ...Iiav. el.. rsiB at i. ned Ussestes • i a .• i Naati Psgoori m t ream. I'lelnre -ser.es. U Ml blio i I...... sa So, t i**. jail. IU t u.Kitli Itrliatil. I lir SaOVS HI alii II I SI IhrtttM ."i Bom I prices Ireas Mo. u I1JS, II. Ill 111 til. ( llll. ItlS. ll.ls t' Kail. Marvel i t aai v Mnaa II kUnhansllinn, Plaaten Pi m its i ill mi | It.iMseii Nousat. .Hint A lli.u -wi Hutler Bealgk Bai loi lagar in Tina. Mm mis .ii I ll.. Bag! CAM IN i<> i>\\ IHD si i Bus ran sMraetlvi I HI IIV.I in •aaaltnuu L*B I kUl I "Joy" %  Muni at i" !" %  %  • %  Crepe de Clilin-" bl ••jn Bevlea I rieni %  'i Bo> -ill %  I i. i ibae Bat i Mi orin"" hi i in-ea "OanaMa* IrH %  %  > *tt. Tak*" %  I Ml Uior DloKin I Mv Bla" rl'i>ill' Aip.v la" "N" I i i %  IndiM llnlit'lLl.l I'l %  *. I Oil 11'S WHIUli ..I Sil. I %  <• %  SOICIIIII ear . not the usual quite umisi y In fai about now rulinrnent. HhowIh.r.ts %  i leearloal Home Asanaaneeg . attracllve ( isiiioi Jewellrrt a collection i.f line WaaOBsM picked up on trie way Ihrourh SulUerland. And Toy*, naturall>. from Santa'* (nllmlted. 'Torlable TypewTlter* will pVase many of vsu. by ll Tin-s liii%'.n the lol to llunte'a. "There you haw a lew of the Tree bending Items this < hrhtmis. LoU more to see when you mmr In" K. R. HINTE & Co., LTD. IN A NEW WILSON HAT ALL FASHIONABLE SHADES AVAILABLE Styles include:— Rolled Edges Bound Edges and Plain Edges with Narrow or Medium Brims I'riee* from S71iO up HARRISONS SPECIAL OFFER II • e PURE FUR FELT HATS with medium brims in Grey. Fawn & Brown HI BJ.B0 \ \ 1,1 US Printed Seersucker 29 ins. wi.lc Pi r yal.l $1.00 Printed Lingerie 3t> int. wide IN. yar.i 80c. Fine Oiio'lly Cambric 1ii in Pei MI '. 63c. & 75c. We "ill Ii mi, from I pin. elo luni heon Inton I o IL' noon io I P"Dial 2352 CAVE SHE?HERD & CO., IB). M. \2h 13 Brand %  +oot