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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY

Films for children at B.C 9.00 at
Meeting, Housing Board 10.00
B.C.A. & B.C.L. Cricket Gan Ker
ington — 1.00 p.m
Choir of Blind Association Xmas
Hurd Memorial Scho Jar
— 4p.m
Reunion Dinner, Modern High Schoc

Scholars Assn., Arli Se eeene Eee cere 8.00 5

For the cause that lacks assistance, the cause that lacks assistance

For the future in the distance
And the good that I can do

Education Is More Than Book-Learning



- Havbavos

Gainst the wrongs that need resistance,

ESTABLISHED 1895

Speech Day And
Dedication Alt
Coleridge-Parry

HIS
Mr. RR. N,
Parry-Coleridge Schoo
book-learning
endeavour.”
His Excellency

beeome

EXCELLENCY,

was addressing parents and|
children at the first Prize Giving of the combined

school after he had presented the prizes.

Before the
Giving, His Lordship the Bishop
dedicated the school. Tne dedica-
tion service was conducted by the
Rev. A. J. Hatch, Rector of St.
Peter.

At the conclusion of the speeches
Mr. W. L. Greaves moved the vote
of thanks, after which the guests
were entertained to tea.

The Acting Governer saiq that
by itself, book-learning can even
be harmful, for concentration on
books to the exclusion of every-
thing else narrows the mind and
makes it pay too much attention
to the theoretical and too little
to the realities ‘of life. Above all,
they should not expect to be
spoon-fed, and should learn to
stand on their own, feet.

When His Excellency arrived

accompanied by Mrs. Turner and
Capt. W. H. A. Armstrong, he was
met by Mr. C, R. Springer, He sad- |

master of the schoo), and
bers of the Governing Body.
The proceedings took place in
the Hall, ang after the
service, the Headmaster,
Springer presented his report.
He said:—
“This is the
headmaster has
tunity of .addr

that a
oppor-

first
had

time
the



time that I have had the privilege
of speaking to any such gathering.

“T welcome you in all sincerity
Your Excellency and Mrs. Turner
have, I know, taken great interest
in all the activities of this island
and have spent a great deal of|
time in getting to know the people.
L Hope inateyou"wtt be frequent
in your visits here and that. you
sill find time to take a close in-
terest in our progress and more
especially in our needs.

In welcoming your Lordship 1}
would like to say how much we
appreciate your coming here to-
day and how fortunate we count
ourselves that, <

@ On page 3.

Marshal Tito



Wide Of Mark

LONDON, Dec. 19.

Mr. Randolph Churchill, son of
the British Prime Minister today
maintained that the Roman Catho-
lic Church was being persecuted |
by the Yugoslav Communist Party.
In a letter published in the Daily
Telegraph Mr. Ranolph Churchill
wrote; “It is reported that Mar-
shal Tito has spoken of a ‘delib-
erate anti-Yugoslav campaign |
launched in Britain by the Vati- |
can.

“The Marshal is very wide of
the mark if he really believes |
that distaste in his country for per- |
secution of the Roman Catholic
Church by the Yugoslav Commun-
ist Party is confined to Roman

Catholics or even to practising
Christians
“Religious persecution whether

of Protestants by General Franco
of France or Roman Catholics by
Marshal Tito is deplored by every-
one of liberal outlook” Mi. Ran-
dolph Churchill wrote “No one
will be deterred from expressing
his opinion freely because Mar-
shal Tito drawing on the Kremlin
vocabulary which we hoped he,
had outgrown, expresses ‘views
that they are behaving
cultured manner.’ ”
Mr. Randolph Churchill who is
a lecturer and journalist served)
for a time in Yugoslavia when he}
was in the Army during the last;

world war
—U.P.

Shot Gun Bandits | wares a

Rob Hotel Of $300

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 19.
A masked man armed with a}
shotgun early this morning held}
up the night auditor at the Belair
Hotel in Piarco and forced him to
open the cas egister. His robber
companion removed a sum esti-
mated at more than $300 and they
escaped through, thick high bushes
aback of the Hotel. The men ac-
curately timed the Hotel’s watch-
man as he made his regular round
shortly after three o'clock in the
morning.

Seconded To Col.

Secretary ‘s Office











The Gene Board of Health
were yesterday informed that Mr.
T. F. Kir f the Board
has been se i t Colonial
Secreta ft ffice perin-
tendent with effect fr January !

Yesterday Mr E. Smither
of the staff of Medical De-
partme

ing



mem-j|

dedication |
Mr. C. R.|

ing parents and|
friends in this hall and the first,

after the postpone-!

‘in an un-

speeches and Prize |

Carney Will

Lose Out To

Mountbatten

PARIS, Dec. 19

Britain emerged today from the}
Anglo-American |

Mediterranean |
undisputed |

much heralded
“compromise” on
naval commands as
master of the strategic sea
U.S. Admiral Robert B.

mands he formerly

Sixth American fleet. If Carney
| balks he can carry his request to
Supreme Allied Commander Gen-

eral Matthew B. Ridgway

'

Opposed
In the words of one

lal “Britain won”

both off the

on and

|} must now be
powerful ‘fleet
in time of
ground and
ern Europe.

Earl Mountbatten
Britain this

contented

which he

war,
alr

can lose

forces in South-

flew back to

of!

Carney‘
will lose to Britain’s Admiral Ear! }
Mountbatten the two Allied com-
headed, And
Mounthatten has authority in war-
time to ask the support of Carney’s

senior offic-
the compromise
and Carney who strongly opposed
record of
| British Mediterranean supremacy,
with a

and command of

morning carrying to
| show proud Winston Churchill the



Troops Ready For Arabs

TUNIS, Dec. 19

structed. Steam drills are being

New School
For St. Lucy:

The foundations for the



new

|plans which re-establish British} school at Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy
| Medite srranean naval superiority} have been completed and masons
|} which was challenged when|lare now working on the bases

America moved her Sixth Fleet

into that sea and
| Allies objected to
| British Admiral.
From the military view point,
however, officials said Carney now
can be certain that his “flank is
protected” for the first time by the
massive Allied organization

some Atlantic
control by a

| stretching from Gibraltar to the A road leading tothe site of the}

| Mediterranean’s eastern shores.|new school is now being construct- |

| Previously British forces operat-|ed. This is being cut through hard
' ing from Gibraltar to the Mediter-| rock and runs up a hill.

| ranean whose eastern shores were To cut the road workmen are |

{not under NATO.—U.P using drills powered by steam

, from a large Rand machine. Work

on the road was started about

three weeks ago and it is now

India’s 5-Year
Plan Approved

| NEW DELHI,
India’s first five year plan was
approved by the House and the
People—Lower House—here to-
day by 286 votes to 62 after a four
| and a half day debate.



Dec. 19.

| Prime Minister Nehru presented

a resolution to Parliament 12 days
}ago, seeking approval of the plan
which was opposed by Commun-,
lists, Leftwing Socialists, the Praja
|Party and Right Wing Hindu
groups.

The plan, which will cost
| £550,000,000 is expected to raise
the national income by 11 per-
cent by 1956. The Upper House
of Parliament—Council of State—
in which voting was also on party
line, gave its approval to the plan |
yesterday

—U-P.

| Panama Will





















This strong concrete base will
hold the first floor of the new |
school.

The old Half Moon Fort school |
accommodates only about three
classes.

airy school which is being built
on a site overlooking the Fort.

nearly completed.

| U.N. Does Not Keiser |
Of Korean Plan

PUSAN, Dec. 19.



United Nations Prisoner Of War |

Command
whatever

no — knowledge |
South Korean |

has
of the

plan to take over complete con-|

trol of prisoners held by United
Nations, a U.N. spokesman said
| today

South Korean Defence Minister,
Shin Tai Yung told a local press
conference yesterday that his
Government was negotiating with
the United Nations Command on,
the possibility of complete South
Korean jurisdiction over Prison-
er of War Command, South Ko-
rean troops are used at present as
additional security forces attached
to the Command under Colonel
Carrol V. Cadwell.—U.P

FRENCH FLOODS
DROWN WOMAN













ROAD BEING



A ROAD leading to the site of the new Half Moon Fort Elementary School is at present

It is very congested and |
will be replaced by a modern and }



SATURDAY, DECEMPR 1952

—f- -

20,

Earlier this week French forces Military intelligence said that

i Colonial troops backed by attacked and wiped out a group about 60 Tunisians wanted by
observation planes intensified of 35 armed Arabs who alleg- French ond Tunisian authorities
their watch on the 200-mile long edly penetrated Tunisia from f terrorist acts took shelter in

| desert between Tunisia and Tripoli, The 300-man Legion, t capital of the new state of
Libya to guard against the Arab organised by Tunisian political Libya whose independence was

: ry Nationalist “Ferhat Hached Le- refugees, well equipped with pr eolalna on December 24th
> . , rey . 4 \ . . rd :
= the Ne ting (rove enor, | gion” rumoured to be planning ~Italian and British weapons, is 38 + King Mohammed Ibris)
Turner, told the «hildren of the combined! new raids on isolated French believed to have been organized geet These Tunisians
6 osts. in Libya are > tec fe joined
| vesterday “never to let . : Basie te Sa
the ‘be-all and end-all’

CONSTRUCHED

|
\

being con-

used to cut out the road.

U.N. Blast Red |
Troops Centre |

SEOUL, Dee. 19
| U.N: have bombetâ„¢ ina hurled Wombs and
bullets into the sprawling Communist troops eentre
25 miles north of Kaesong today destroving at least
10 buildings and leaving the target a mass of flames.
At the same time, U.S. Sabre jets added the 32nd

M 1G 15 to their r Dee ‘ember toll of Red jets.
Le -- U.N, big guns also hurled
a heavy rain of fire last night at
six Communist “mechanical mon-
sters making their second appear~
ance on the Korean battlefront in |
U.N. forward





|

| New Column

, less than a month.
et Ge ee observers sighted two groups of
| ; ss & f motorists three strange armoured vehicles
ney MO RING NEWS lumbering near front lines on the|
called OTO rr central front near “T Bone rill” |

AND TOPICS”.
| Ken Davies veteran of
many Motoring Rallies,
will give his impressions
in this column on new
cars and will write on such
subjects as vehicle servic-
|] ‘ing, highway conditions
/| and driving technique.

Observers ordered tanks perce ne!
ed on the U.N. main line hill-tops
and artillery back of the lines to
fire at them. However it was too
dark to tell whether any part of,
the barrage scored direct hits on
Communist vehicles,

The mechanical monsters as
South Korean troops called them,
first appeared on the battlefront

‘ | near Sniper Ridge November 21st.
senhower si |

|
alien Four | sulphur Deposit

| :
NEW YORK, Dec. 19. } Discovered
MEXICO CITY, Dee. 19,

Mr. Eisenhower has ana

the following appointments: De-|

| puty Secretary of Defence, Mr.| Two United States mining men
Roger M. Kyes; Secretary of the|said they believed that possibly
Army, Mr. Robert Ten Broeck|the greatest sulphur deposit in the

Stevens; Secretary of the Navy,|world has been discovered in

Mr, Robert Bernerd Anderson;| Southern Mexico

Secretary of the Air Force, Mr. Charles Blasmahn, Manager,

Harold E, Talbott. j}and Richard Armstrong, Field
Mr. Kyes is Vice-President of! Chief of the Mexican Sulphur

General Motors and production) Company interests, said that their

and procurement executive of that; company “ig on the verge of























5 firm. Mr Stevens is Director- opening gigantic sulphur de-
Get $1,250,000 BORDE . |General of the Electric General} posits” near Minatilan in the
YEAUX, France Dec, 19. . 4 ‘ fera Cruz state. B h id
7 1G" The wors : Ino ,|Foods and Jackson Mills, Mr.| Vera Cruz state. lasmahn sali
WASHINGTON, Dec, 19 The worst floods since the) ahs ; lewe have gone down 500 feet
| wa ave eae 7 : dhe ate Anderson is an Attorney. Mr. lave gone :
Panamaniin Ambassador Rob-|second world ar threatened to); 7," c- Chet thro sulphur so far and there’s
\ Si aa te Mee a te | Talbott is Chairman of the Board}*hrough sulphur so fa 7
erto Heurtematte announced the /|devastate large areas and resi- f North A oy Agia 2 still no indication that we are
| signing of an agreement with the|/dents were told to take all pre- ~ ee Perea roe viawon and nearing the end It looks like
iChase National Bank of New|cautions to safeguard themselves ati executive of Chrysler Corpor- |. might be as big as those Texas
| York whereby the Bank will ad- their cattle and personal prop-|# vice fields” considered the world’s
abe 9 Panama $1,250,000 ; jerty, as rising water passed the} Cituiiaiains —OP. richest. —U.P.
eurtematte said that the! danger mark.
| peed will be applied by the Water from the rain swollen MR. EISENHOWER . °
; Pan pranaeee! Government “tO\ rivers of Southern Italy flooded | INVITED TO NAPLES Israeli Cabinet
Wer te ceding to the Admin.|"auses, factories and ‘elds with| NAPLES, Dee, 19. °
istration’s policy of wiping out one woman drowned, (CP) Admiral Robert B. Maney Resigns
this arrear at the earliest possible ; | chief of NATO Southern Command
moment and putting the country Al drina’ | has invited President-elect Eisen- JERUSALEM, Dec, 19.
on a sound fiscal economic basis. Queen éxandrina s |hower to attend the “Pizza Day” Premier David Ben Gurion’s
| ‘This operation represents an Condition Satisfactory to ast here December 22 and Jearn)Calition regime formally ten-
advance by Chase against the for himself that Neapolitan Pizzas |dered its resignation to President
\Hiquidation of the constitutional COPENHAGEN, Dec. 19. are superior to that concocted] Yitzhak Ben Zvi in preparation
fund and authorized by the Na-!' ze condition of Queen Alexan- oar: in New York’s Italian quar-|for the formation of a new more;
tional Assembly through the pub-/drina, mother of King Frederick | ter. broadly based Cabinet designed
lie law. of Denmark was satisfactory under} The invitation stemmed from|to end Israel’s recurrent political
Heurtematte added that nego-|the circumstances medical bul-|Mr. Eisenhower's recent statement |crisis
tiations were concluded by fisal/letin said here to-day. The bul-|that a Pizza he had in New York Président Ben Zvi then sur
authorities of Panama and doc-/letin said the 73 ygar old Queen|was better than one he had in|moned meetings of Knessit —
uments “e signed by him at|who had an internal operation on'Naples, birthplace of the Pizza, Parliament party representa-
the Ban New York offices. Wednesday passed a restful {back in 1943 tive which will ‘ool inate Mon |
. 7 ; 1p . i v v Line -
—U.P ng Hee I 6s —U.P A " ay when Ben Gurion takes the |
c jner slate before the House for a
j}vote of confidence
k W C n il M b | The reshuffled Cabinet is a
Spea er arns ou él em ers | coalition of Ben Gurion Mapai
| rty the General Zionist and
oT r Own ¢ lent attention to tha fact that a letter fletter to the Chairman of the ,the Progre ve Ben Gurion
PORT.’ OF- SPAIN. Dec 1 written to him by Honourable Committee, the letter was not ly ill retain the Premier’s post but
i The Honourable William Aubrey James, a member of the typed in my office but in another lot her ministry assignments have
iry, Speaker in the Legislati Committee asking him to post- office.” That was pe haps the Inot been announced
Co il today warned members pone presentation of the Com- only reason it happened to get | —U.P.
that the pres not the - mittee’s Report to the Council in the press, Mr. James added. |
i 1 fe discuss domestic at that meeting, to give I
ter e ( und de- rtunity to discus Mr. Speaker disclaimed that | SEES POPE PIUS
ed “I deplore er tr ter, appeared, to his surprise Mr. James’ statement came as a
ousine I pre This, said Mr. surprise to him. One newspaper | VATICAN CITY, Dec, 19
Ha ve against the Coun- he said, published the lette Pope Piu XlIth received in
I i Order Asked by .nverte commas and he te Enrique Quintan ne
I H i speaker vhether he had it with the one he 1 Pe t t (
P thing t Mir. James re- i it aie divas 4 ' f ‘ i
ege Bul ire In my haste to send the U.P.







jbeen substantially met.

ER REPORT



PRICE : SIX CENTS :



Twins Separated:
One Near Death

CHICAGO,
Rodney Dee
was given the
vessel when st

De )

Brodie

forces with the Communist Arab vital blo
irgeons separ
ated him from his Siamest
twin gained strength whi
his brother hovered nea:
death, The vein which the

group to provoke agitation and

disturbances in the Tunisian
Protectorate.
No Attacks Yet

Although groups of armed

5- - ; shar
camel-riding Arabs were report- 15-montih-old twins are

before the tissue that joine



ed to be sighted in the South trem at the top of their skul

Tunisian desert, there was no a spade
ttack on French pt or oases was aerered fon a t
i bla 7 . the ¢g » for Rodne
However French troops, includ- he gift of life fe

ing the Tunisia Meharists, crack) Doctors feared that Rox

loyal camel-riding North African} Lee who was deprived of

soldiers, Spahi cavalry, and blood vessel is in a difficult i { Y, O P T
tough French legionatres, were}] position uture YY ofl.
kept on the alert, ready to} F
‘ - .

destroy any armed group pene- At 6 a.m, hospital attend l R x §
trating the desert ants said that Rodney wa in ions es Ss

In Tunis meanwhile the at- “being fed and is conscious d 7
mosphere of uncertainty pre-| They said the other twin was W il h j i . Kk + l |
vailed folowing the French “still unconscious but alive e he e e Je
Council of Ministers’ firm note They promised that a full
to the Bey. Although the note condition report would hy RAW ~ Mi

later









vas not officially divulged, it was made I W ;

. : aicott mt (
said to demand immediate action | Fs er Member of
by the Bey on two main points ne Bxecutive Committee in
“First. sign two articles of the} ithe House of A ssembly told
Freneh eae amie ee â„¢ i the Advocate this morning
gramme which Resident-Genera eor e a hat } e ,

. ‘ ‘ future ) West
Count Jean De Hautecloque said SRP cele ; ! ’ :
the Bey promised to sign on . . fOnS W re V1 :
Monday but refused, that direct connection with
In two notes to France's Presi a es ver the International Confedera-
dent Vincent Auriol, the Bey was | tion of Free Track Unions
said to have written he never} and dded that it. was his
promised to sign these articles ‘ ei ‘ ‘ — ' i eae
and asked the removal of De or arou ention mak¢ 1 full
Hautecloque. atement on the matte if
Second, send away his two ‘ a later date
: Yec, 19 é t
ons, his daughter and her hus-} Z , ROME, | “e 1h M W I returns
band Dr. Ben Salem, Former Egyptian King Farouk i nidad
According to informed Paris and his youthful’ Queen Pe ende Setend
circles, both of the Bey’s moves} ™&" tailed to attend ‘their owe ' t ar t
5 . p s \ I merican
were asked to be carried out by gala society ball here Thu ne o Organisatior orketi
next Monday. The note was said night reportedly for political rea B: .
; an . sons and the place of honour went ar~
f f esa he com- ‘ . . rice Ur whi
Fi at ee se patra ate be to American movie stat ms or gt a —e
shies, ste >asures A haa aking a film it renera Secretary e is
token immediately ang he would os who is making i i Pre reia a, eee
be replaced by a Regency Coun- Twe hundred and fifty gowned Dir sion of OR LT, of
cil.— U.P. jand tuxedoed guests showe -_--— jin the main ballroom of Excelsior u :
| Hotel for the party for Farouk He ( hat © Conference

. »| ti land Narriman who never showed ! vil h uture of
oO 0 u 10n j up ul i th Western Hem-











e | The party was organized by ( { that the
Pier Bussetti of the Italian Trav- ori of th or fliliated
In Indo-China el Service and close friend ofjto ORI ‘ e in Latin
Farouk with proceeds scheduled |A ca I Ve ian Unions
HANOI, Indo-China, Dec, 19. to go to the Orphans Christmas e | a small ection of the
Indo-China entered the seventh} Fund. |! \ u ffiliated
year of the war and a solution is Instead George Raft was in-} 1 M ne 10 att ad the
still as far away as ever, Franco~|vited in the late evening on his | Conf d off Trini-
Vietminh troops commanded by}returm from a day's work on ala d eh ill spend the
General Raoul Salan numbering}movie set dressed in a flannel |< ri : holidays with. his
382,000 soldiers are figh’ an}shirt, checkered coat and slacks, |/ hefo ringing them
estimated equal number of Com- , over to Garbado next year
munist led Vietminh under com- : Food os sg hes - “| ay adtumrters ai
‘ .@ >] 10use—poured a an entry fee oO 314}
mand of General Nguyen Glap. | 16 99 ye head or $32.00 per| 1 aan Seen ot
Overall French troops casual-} couple | i cae Soe
ties since the beginning of the It is reported that Farouk di
war are given officially as 90,000{turbed by the premature = dis-| DIES AT 105
men while loyalist Vietminh} closure of his connection with}
troops losses since the beginning] last night’s ball, decided at the} OME, Dee. 19.
of the war are given as 400,000, last moment that his status as a} Carme Vianferoce Macedonio
~—U.P. political refugee dictated’ his ab | t i ‘ randmother of
sence, |} Rome” has died I iged 105. She
Farouk when he arrived in Italy believed to be Rome's oldest
M. Ar last July with his wife and four} n ;
childten asked the Italian Gov-j —U.P
ore rests jernment for political asylum le Ss
exchange the Italian Government |
In Casablanca expected the former monarch to|

lead a quiet,

non politi-|
cal life. 4

In one corner were 18 Christmas

peaceful

CASABLANCA, Dec. 19.



French authorities here said/trees decorated. Sixteen waiter “ s
today that Casablanca police last} },overed around hours before the Shopping Days
night ariested several more M€M=| party began to get cutlery and
bers of the Istiqual Nationalist) ohina—the hotel's finest—exactly tl > > x.
Party and trade union leaders, in place veyvore Amas
U.P.

A Fez court yesterday sentenced
an Algerian student Naim Moh-
hamed Abdel Rahman to six |
months in gaol for preaching a
seditious sermon in a mosque on |
December 12.



eh LD cen i RRS

Voting Rights |
For Women

|

|

|

MEXICO CITY, Dec. 19. |
Mexican women took another |
step toward voting rights when

the Chamber of Deputies agreed to |
consider a bill submitted to that)
effect by President Adolfo Ruiz/|
Cortines |

The initiative calls for poraet. |
ing of two articles of the consti-
tution so that women will have
the same rights as men in elec-
toral processes. It was given a
first reading and assured of dis-
cussion in the next floor session,
More than 1,000 women were
present at today’s session and ac-
claimed Ruiz Cortines for intro-
ducing the amendments.

—UP,

N.A.T.O. Will Not
Set Arms Targets

PARIS, Dec, 19.

North Atlantic powers in a
communique summing up the|
Council meeting here said that}
the 1952 military targets of 50 |
divisions and 4,000 planes have}
In future}
however, no firm military targets;
would be set }

—(CP) p*}

Two Stabbed

PARIS, Dee, 19.









A French Algerian fatally stab-
bed two persons today before
polices bullets cut him down as he d
ran amuck among early morning

hoppers. '







Ali Bourah 43, plunged a ten-j
inch blade into the chest of aj
butcher and then stabbed a cyclist}
ho got in his way as he filed.
» policemen chasing on foot ’
ce d him lock away, When iTs THE TOBA‘
rnéd on ther with the knife
1 three nots felling hin
tomach wounds
—UF. ONO IL Hei cain sn i nia











































































































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a : yhane, and Mi ick ar Santa aus arrived at 6 o’clock| Show Band, 5.00 p.m. Mozart, 5.15 p.m. scctior re rom . ,
Mr. Grahan G ino, son of Mr ind Mr U. J. with gifts for all. Music for Dancing Air Ev'ry Valley shall be exalted” racietey — } ( HRIST MAS DINNER $4 0
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A rri' mm Cana Fy 1 a) eens no nae . o Me eee Trinidad In Town Tonight, 6.45 p.m. Sports Rounc Recitative Thus said the Lord Xv | DEC. 25, 7 p.m,
Thursd or zt r.C.A t ‘ t M to-day to spend the Christ-| up and Programme Parade, 7.00 pin Soloist Mr. Bruce St. Johr |
Mr. T. W. Niblett retired busi ; tt ’ +...» mas holidays are Mr. Terry Rich. | The News, 7.10 p.m. Home News fron Air — “But who may abid |
’ ’ ~ Bernadette Anderson, daughter of ards, Assistant Manager of the | Britain, 7.15 p.m. Behind the News Soloist: Mr. Bruce St FREE
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lag? ; a : ths ee ae date — lec Anderson beesme pany’s Manufacturing Trade De-|~7 p.m. Sports Review, 8.15 i Mrs. H. Hunte |
bout x mon aS A 1 gue il engaged on Wednesday Oo MY, partment Port-of-Spain and Mr,| e¢ Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. Chi hr O thou that Tellest j
Bawden Guest Ho Hast Gerry Parsons of Trinidad Lea Stanley Carter who is also on th ‘| Chow, 9.30 pm. BBC Symphony e Augmented Choir ; | WY De LIMA
. ’ ; holds Ltd., Pointe-a-Pierre an Singer staff in Port f Sp: ©} Orchestra, 10.00 p.m. The News, 10.10 Ke For Behold, Darkness | * {) : AOD IND o
tntigua School Teacher f Mrs. D Py the eee “ rt-ol-spain. m. From the Editorials, 10.15 p.1 over the E , | ul A VAN i 4 D NER $6 W)
on of Mr oris Parsons and the Other members of the Singer] The Debate Continues, 10.30 p.m. Vari Solo t:—-Mr, Bruce St. John «& co. I ToD oy :
. PENDING holiday late Mr. George Parsot staff in Trinidad expected in| Fanfare OT ete People that walked in} > 7 us ° 6
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S : ee) Sitee Te fins Bernadette has many friends Barbados shortly for the Christ-| Members of the public who were u Chern For unto us a child is born Dane t Admission _ $2.00
' Mis Y Barbados nd has represented + holidays are Mr. Michaelj able to attend the full performanee of By the Augmented Choir | 20 Broad St
Postal 1 school teacher of An- ‘Trinidad against Bart n Lambert, Mr. Harold Edghill and| Handel's MESSIAH on December 16 at Volice Band — “Pastoral Symphony)”, | pa (No Fancy-Dress)
ua. She arrived during the week water polo o1 casior Mr. John Mat — -y-Dress
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2 F. FE. Pestaina, Rector of St O T of over two hundred entries
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uvenile Department of the Public winner of the $60.—(sixty dollars) Ex-King Farouk has been buy- expersive purchases at the sale of | O° ae Ww
Library on Monday, December 22 cash prize given to the Ist correct | ing Victorian coloured glass paper- Lady Dugan ction at So-} 1953 SEA!
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ment of our ceremony, you were
sti able to find a space among
your many appointments to fit us
in.

“We are glad to have so many
with us here today and our only
regret is that owing to lack of
accommodation we could not in-
vite all those who expressed the
desire to take part in this most
important event in the life of this
school. That seems almost ironical
‘when you see empty chairs.

“Ladies and gentlemen you see
before you an angry man. I do
not mean by that a man who has
lost his temper, but one, who,
after many years of practising
patience in the presence of small
boys, is now in danger of losing
patience with grown ups.

Perhaps when I have had more
experience of the ways of the
official mind I will be sympathetic
with officialdom. I pray, however,
that I will never become acquies-
cent and tamely put up with the
actions of those to whom a school
is another government building
merely another item which has
cost more than was estimated and
can wait till a more convenient
time to be completed.

“T will not attempt today to give
you a history of the schools from
which we quite recently drew our
pupils. The information that 1
have is scant and I am making an
appeal now to all who can give
any information about the Cole-
ridge or the Parry school to let
me know. We would like to be
able to write a history of the
school.

“I am not competent to say
anything about the architecture of
these buildings, but I do say that
it is impossible that any teacher
or educationist of experience
could have had, any say in their
design and arrangement.

“This school has suffered many
disadvantages and I have asked
my staff to work even harder than
usual to offset some of the ill-
effects which I hope will become
clear to you as I proceed.

“In January of this year the
pupils of the Coleridge School and
the Parry School entered this
building. That was at the begin-
ning of the second term of the
academic year. That meant that
two staffs had to adjust them-
selves to each other and to two
sets of pupils, while teaching boys
who had reached different parts
of their respective syllabuses and
who were using two different se‘s
of text books. The results which
were achieved in the examination
in July reflect great credit on the
staff and pupils who worked under
such conditions and under twa
headmasters in a period of six
months.

“T came here in April of this
year to find the buildings not
completely furnished and that
there was little money left.

“T have to thank Mr. T. E. Went
for his ready co-operation in pro-
viding many little conveniences
and especially in )roviding very
quickly a set of benches for this
hall.







This hall is a delightful little
building. I say little advisedly

because this school was. planhed
to permit the doubling of the pres-
ent number of its pupils and this
assembly hall will be unable to
accommodate the parents. Let us
travel some distance away to the
headmaster’s office, which is
placed nearly ss far from this
assembly hall as it was pos-
sible to do. If it is raining it will
be very wet. The only furniture
in that office when I took over this
school was one old school desk.
Furniture has been ordered but is,
so far, not paid for. There is no
money.

“By now, some of us must be a
little worried because this report
shows signs of becoming a tale of
woe. Be patient; there is more
to come, but I will try to spare
you the more harrowing details.

“Our playing field is in bad
shape. There is little topsoil and
there are several out-croppings of

rock. We have not done much

with it. There is no money.
“The desks and chairs with

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nished consisted p
from the Parry and
Schools, some of which were
ready on their last legs. There is
only one comment I need make on
some of the new style chairs: It is
literally possible for a small boy
to remove a leg with his bare
hands.

“Perhaps your Excellency, after
partaking of much needed refresh-
ment, would like to visit our fur-
niture morgue. Perhaps you will
say buy new furniture. There is
no money.

“Last term it became clear that,
since no estimate had been made
of the requirements of this school,
a supplementary vote would be
necessary if we were going to
make an improvement in our con-
dition and provide expansion as
planned. Accordingly an estim-
ate of our expenditure for the cur-
rent year was presented. Nothing
has been granted so far. I can
only hear talk of the five year de-
velopment plan. I am sure that
architects of
the plan could not have in-
tended to stop our present devel-
opment. But up to the present the
chief result as far as secondary
schools are concerned, and espec-
ially with respect to this school,
has been to halt us dead in our
tracks.

“Talking of development: Most
people, with whom I have dis-
cussed it, feel that a headmaster
should live on the school premises.
A house for the headmaster of this
school was not even suggested as
an item to be considered within
the next five years.

“Last term 110 boys sat an en-
trance examination at this school
That was after eliminating 8-year
olds. Of these over fifty were told
that I would take them as svon as
I could obtain money for addi-
tional] staff and furniture. These
boys have already lost one term
and parents are complaining that
not only are their sons getting old-
er but that they are in some cases
deteriorating.

Bus Service

“There is another matter which
IT hope will get the utmost pub-
licity. Our bus service. Some time
ago I complained that some school
buses were overcrowded and the
Director of Highways and Trans-
port agreed to look into the mat-
ter. Accordingly at the beginning
of this term, after finding that a
school bus left Speightstown with
67 mixed passengers, I wrote to the
Department of Highways and
Transport and inspectors were sent
who found 61 on one bus.

“I was told that there were five
teachers on the bus and that teach-
«rs were not allowed to travel on
the school buses, Also that three
children were allowed In tne space
allotted to two grown-ups, so that
a bus which would normally carry
say 36 passengers could take 54
boys and girls,

“By a species of mathematics
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teachers were converted to seven |

children and then subtracted from
61 to leave 54. This proved that if
the teachers were removed the bus
would not be overloaded: In the
meantime I was asked to co-op-
erate with the bus concessionaires
by asking those pupils who did not
travel all the way to use the regu-
lar bus service from Speightstown,
T do not know whether this service
was adequate.

“I appeal to teachers and par-
ents to ask themselves whether
1) teachers should not ride on
a school bus and (ii) whether an
average of about eight boys and
girls should ride on a normal bus
seat, Remember, this is not an
{infant school. Most of our pupils
occupy nearly as much space as
an adult.

“During the year we were visit-
ed by the Director of Education
who kindly consented to distribute
certificates to those boys of the
Parry and Coleridge schools who
were successful in the G.C.E. ex-
aminations in July, 1951.

“Our thanks are due to Mr.
Aubrey Douglas-Smith who ad-
dressed the senior pupils of the
Coleridge and Parry school and
the Alexandra School on Modern
English political History. We were
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ht through the
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and the Department of Social Wel-
fave. The boy f this school were
allowed time off to attend the
Girls’ Interschool Sports They
enjoyed themselves and hope that
it wil] be an annual fixture

“I would like to take this oppor-
tunity of thanking Mr. Maurice
Jones and the management of the
Globe Theatre for providing the
opportunity for our boys to see
the film “Ivanhoe”. Our pupils
can very seldom manage to see a
good film or a good play.

“We have to thank Mrs. O’Neale
of Whitehall for the gift of a book
shelf and many valuable books; as
well as the British Council for the
gift of prize books and the loan of
some of the chairs on which y@u

re now sitting.

The other chairs belong to the
Legislative Council and to
bermere School whose headmaster
very willingly consented to assist
us. We are also thankful to Miss
Kellman of the Alexandra School
for the loan of a piano

“Several cricket matches were
played including one between the
present boys and past pupils of the
Parry and Coleridge schools.

“Talking of cricket reminds me
of two things. First, that, games
fees at this school are contributed
on a voluntary basis. I would like
to see them incorporated in the
nermal school fees. Secondly, that
it was reported to me that an un-
authorised cricket match was
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Co-operation Of Staff

“The staff have willingly co-
operated in all the activities of the
school. We extend our sympathy
to Mr. J. 1. Smith and his relatives
Mr. Smith is ill and has not been
able to attend school this term
and will not be able to be with us
for at least another term. He has
been teaching for 33 years and has
never had leave. During his ab-
sence Mr. R. deV. Archer has been
acting as his substitute. In the
meantime Mr. Yearwood has been
performing the duties of deputy
headmaster.

“Our congratulations to Mr. L.
Barker who sat the examination
for the degree of Bachelor of Arts
of the University of London and
obtained second class Honours in
History

“During last term we were visit-
ed by Mr. G. M. Crick who is a
member of the staff on leaye—
without pay—and whom we ex-
pect to return from the University
College of the West Indies next
year








_S




Coleri



red eleven
bo | obtain-
ing 2 Parry School
entered s took 49
papers, obt« Mathe-
matics showe st result. I

will return to that later In 1952
this school entered twenty-one
boys for 145 papers and obtained
76 passes. One boy, C. E. Jordan
who had been involved in an acci-
dent, result could not
attend school for the whole of the
summer term took only the mathe-
matics paper and was successful
These results show a percentage
of passes of 54.6. Such calcula-
tions mean little since it is possible
to obtain nearly 100% by entering
only those pupils whom one is al-
most certain will pass.

and as a

It is appropriate here to say a



few words about this new exam-
ination. Some people are under
the impression that because it 1s
possible to obtal certificate ina
Single subject t the examina-
tion is easier than the old one. The
reverse is the case. In the first

place boys are not permitted to
concentrate only on their favour-
ite subjects; and secondly, the per-
centage mark required is roughly
the old credit standard.

“There is a system for deter-
mining the pass mark, which ap-
pears to be still in use which has
the effect that the higher the
standard of the work produced by
tke candidates, the higher is the
pass mark. Take mathematics to
which I promised to revert. “This
year the pass mark in mathematics
Was approximately 55%, which
seems reasonably high. In Scrip-
ture the pass mark seems to have
been between 35% and 38%.

“I was rather sorry to see that a
pass in Mathematics was required
for entry into the public service,
There is one boy in this school
who failed only in mathematics in
which subject he obtained 53.5%.
I would like to see the rule re-
jaxed as I am sure that head-
masters and the Education Depart-
ment would willingly supply the
marks obtained.

“Two of our boys E. L. Sandi-
ford and I. E. Collymore have been
accepted at Harrison College and
are now members of the Sixth
Form. Collymore wo@ a Senior
First Grade scholarship from a
large field. He is to be congratu-
lated



Scholarships

“A word about scholarships and
exhibitions. This term we had 209
boys on the roll of whom 63 were
being assisted with their fees. In
some cases a certain amount of
harm is being done because their
parents are poor and school fees
are a small part of the enst of







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| am making here an appeal t
jing exhibitions t
effort to provide assist-
least with books as has
1e in some other schools
peal also to parents t
make every effort, in spite of the
ird times, to see that theif sons

e to this school well provided

th textbooks

y plans for this school pro-

an increase in the scope
eurriculum But if the



hie awar

make an
ance at

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chool is to play its full part in the
1 of this island its work
an integral part of the
plan for the education of



the people of this island

That plan, if it exists, is not
clear. I would like the elementary
to co-operate with me in
that their work and ours

ools
seeing



ll be complementary. As far as
I am concerned, I do not want
them to do our work for us and it
suld not be necessary for us to
ver very much of the ground-

work which is the proper province
f the elementary school.

The co-optration which I have
poy far got from the staff and Gov-
Ping Body leads me to hope that
this schoo] will progress even fur-
ther in the next five years than
the other schools did in the last
eighty and I hope that the boys
and their parents will continue to
consider this their school and do
in their power to make it one
Barbados can be

of which all
proud.’

The headmaster ended by wish-
ing all those present a very happy
Christmas.





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sod eo the Advooute Co. LAG, Broe@ ..., Sridgetows
Saturday, December 26, 1952
“MARKING TIME~
4 4 rs a 4 4
HE fear that the West Indies would in
ir. Bustamante’s picturesque phraseology
“he : on the doorstep” at the Com-
ealth Economic Conference
prove in one sense at least, to be ground
f by a picture published in the Times
a" lon on December 11. There in the
midst of all the Prime Ministers, Finance
M ters and Government officials present
‘ nha ome Trea ry Chamber
K Charle
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no major issue ted while the s r
member of the Executive Committee
absent from the island. Barbados does not
necessarily suffer from these periods of
political quiet.

There is a school of thought which be-
lieves that things run just as smoothly
here without too much political action and
some even consider that th wou run
better without any political action at all

The fact remains, however, that a
political party was returned to power
under adult suffrage at the elections
one year ago and that the predom-
inant voice in governing Barbado
since then has been Mr. Adams’
Apart from Mr. Adams’ frequent absences
from Barbados throughout the year now

ending, he has had until quite recently no
government office from which to operate
This defect now been remedied and
Mr, Adams can today have access to gov-
ernment files and have discussions with
senior government officials in the Public
Buildings instead of having to take back
large numbers of files to be swotted up as
homework,

If the system of ministerial status is de-
veloped in Barbados (and it seems certain
to be) other members of the Executive
Câ„¢mmittee will eventually be compelled
to seek office accommodation in the secre-

has





tariat where they can get a grasp of the
official correspondence and minutes deal-
ing with affairs for which they are re-



sponsible. The experiment in party gov-
ernment in Barbados has obviously been
pushed ahead far greater attention
being paid to the trappings and pomp of
political power than to the details of organ-
isa without which the experiment
presents only a shop-window front while
the rea] business is conducted somewhere
f Barbados in fact, despite adult
suffrage and despite the political power
shared by the General Assembly and
Legislative Council, is still governed by the
Governor, Executive Council and Execu-
tive Committee, and although the mem-
bers of the Executive Committee appoint-
ed from the General Assembly can and do
play leading roles in the deliberations of
this executive body their power is limited
If the title of minister is to be given to
members of the Executive Committee ap-
pointed from the General Assembly the
sovereignty of the Executive need not be
any more limited than it is at present

Nobody can really believe that the

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ROV-















ernment of Barbados could be carried on
at all if during the frequent absences from
the island of one or more ministers, the
Executive was reduced to the same state
of “marking time” whicl been cor
picuously noticeable’ in e Genera
Assembly whenever Mr. Adams has been
absent this year Mr. Adams’ return to
Barbados this wéek is likely to be of some
reaso! lugation, but already it is cer-
tain that he will be returning to London
n the first half of 1953 as a representative
at the theorni conference on West
Indian Federation and he has been already
named a of Barbados’ representatives
at Her Maje Coronation in June. Be-
le his politic activities which are
direct ( vith | key position
i the « ment of th island, Mr
OC es ¢ ted positions in inter-
l ms concerned with
an He is a mem-
he ee of Experts on the
Application rnational Conventions
(1.L..0.) and represents Barbados and the
West Indic councils of the Interna-
tional Confederat f Free Trade Unions
In the Caribbean, tdo, | ictivities as a
member of the Caribbe Commission
and as member of the Council of the
University College of the st Indies and
as member of the Executive of the Regional
Economic Committee occupy some of his
time,

In Barbados, t he editor of a trade
union publication, Pre ent of the Barba-
dos Workers’ Union, and President of the
Barbados Labour Part One*may well
ask whether any oth« in in the
whole history of the i ever been
engaged in so many act

The question which se ( ing

crea mber of Barbad vever

hethe one man can devot f te time
1. of all the m
be | ttentior L

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wenn ——- # b f 2 en
‘yy r ¥ " 7 ae "
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ress in Rotterd: ‘a y eo Clore
know that I heve arr
Liverpool to-day, I ‘
expecting to do busines ” Ys % . +
morrow in London, I haul yy ‘ ate
arrive in Rotterdam by th: 4.* a Sg
of this week, and 1 hope to SUUral —_—
have a little rest there unt 1 _ eons
am sailing off in a few days. Sir Ern
If 1 could fudge about tili 1 Of Lone . 7
will be done with my busine anti-spy feeling oo Gmese « me
you could get me on the tnat Sir John Simon, who led
station, but % is.very hard to prosecution, had to tell the
tell. Expecting you are pre- july at the outset of the pro- r
pared for me, 1 remain, ceedings that defence counsel was sion that
KUEPFERLE.” only carrying out his profes- question now,” he , and then
At this time there of sional duty in appearing for the looking steadily a prisoner,
course, a postal censorship in prisoner, and he had to remind he added, “It is first ques-
operation in London, and it paid them that it was “the proud tion. Mr. Kuepferle, but it will
special attention to correspon- boast of the English Bar that the Glso be my last question.” He
dence directed to neutral coun- help which a barrister could then passed on to other matters
tries, Kuepferle’s } e t t e*r was ‘honourably give should not be and had not finished his cross-
picked out by an examiner, who denied to any man.” examination when the court rose
was suspicious of its wording, , for the day
The censor sent the letter to the ,J% ,opening the case against Earlier next morning the
chemical laboratory to be. tested Kuepferle Simon also told the prisoner was found hanged in his
for possible secret writing, jury that, when in Brixton jail, cell. He had tied a scarf round
the prisoner had been given his neck and. with the aid of two
Invisible link writ ng paper 80. that he could jiprary books on which he had
; write to his soli itor, He had im- stood, had affixed the scarf to
The tests immediately revealed pudently used this to send 4 the end of the ventilator on the
the existence of a message, Message to a prisoner in an ad- ceiling He had also written a
which had been written in in- Joining cell. Statement in English on a slate.
visible ink between the lines of “The whole of Belgium is in In this last message he de«
the visible handwriting. our hands and no longer exists,” cjareq himself te be a native of
The message referred to the he wrote in one of these Jnes- Baden in Germany and “a sol-
position, type, and numbers of sages, “Oh, if I could only be at qier with rank.” which facts he
warships which the writer had Front again for half an haq not shed to mention be-
seen in the Irish Channel when h ALI fore. “I can say that I have had
approaching Liverpool. It also There were also references to .















revealed details of the equipment the use of poison gas in Flanders dom,” he added, “but I am un-
nd date of departure of a force and the fact that he really was oble to stand the strain any
ich was shortly to leave for a soldier. Alj very strange state- longer and take the law in my
the Front. It ended with the ments for an American commer- own hand.” *
word “I have been up to the cial traveller to express, com- Thus the Attorney-General’s
present twice held up for pass- mented the Attorney - General jeading questién was answered
ports and must be quiet for a drily but in a way that no one. in
while.” The reference here seems “Now, if you write messages in court expected,
to indicate that he had been lemon juice to which formalin .
questioned by immigration or haS been added,” continued the —World Copyright Reserved.
secu officers prosGcuting counsel, “most school- Next Saturday: The Portuguese
Meanwhile, after posting the boys know that the words be-

Agricultural Deve






























































Juice Spy















Banknote Swindle.














a fair trial of the United King-

opment

By ERIC WILLIAMS Deputy Chairman, Caribbean Research Council.















Continued From Yesterday in Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Trinidad and in agricultural co-cperative
Processing operations are also and Tobago, and British Guiana. societies nearly twice as many.
conducted by the marketing de- The West Indian Conferer Loans from the Agricultural Bank
partments in some of e terri- given considerable attenti to the Agricultural Credit Societies
torie tockfeeds, lime oil, lumber, three incentives to peasant - in 1951 amounted to ten times the
pilot canning plant in culture, land settlement, agr - 1938 figure. Food crop loans ir-
Jamaica; pigeon peas, tomatoes, tural credit, co-operatives In all creased from $28,883 in 1943 to
weet potatoes in Puerto Rico; a these respects some progress has £267,197 in 1951, and. livestock
cotton ginnery and muscovado heen made in the territories, loans from $12,727 to $121,298. In
€ in Nevis; a cotton ginnery OVE 1938 the Agricultural Credit Bank
1 Montserrat; plantain flour, soap _ The Land Law of Puerto Ri dvanced $1,000 to two berrewers
nd oil factories in British Guiana; CDacted in 1940, set up a Land on mortgages; in 1950, $485,500
tockfeeds in Trinidad and British ee to control the lands was advanced to 20 borrowers.
“uiar “im Jamaics ¢ ». acquired from sugar *orporation
we n 2 ae Ppa er which had violated the law re- In British Guiana, where there
stockfeed, which combined eoconut Stricting such corporations to a are 27 co-operative banks, loans
meal with imported mineral and â„¢&ximum of 500 acres There are in 1950 were :pproximately nine
protein ingredients in accordance "OW 63,866 acres in land settle- times the fig@Pe for 1938, whilst in
with formulae prepared by the â„¢ents, and over three million Surinam ten times as much credit
Department of Agriculture. The dollars have been spent on this was available n 1950 as compared
British Guiana Marketing Organi- brogramme since 194) with 1938. In Jamaica, credit
satior prepared 242 tons of Land settlement has also pro- made avail able by the Agricultural
b: nced rations for livestock ceeded considerably n British Loan S ties Board declined
whict was ld to farmers at Guiana and Surinam. In British from £197 in 1940 to £147,872
prices far below those they would Guiana, 175 acres were acquired.jn in 1949. Loans made for fqod
ordinarily have had to pay The 1938 2nd 6,039 in 1952; the total production however, stood at
Marketing and Fisheries Divisions @¢reage in land | tl lent was £21,830 in 1940 and £169,073
of the Department of Agriculture 3,912 acres in 1938 and 20,548 in in 1949
in Trinidad and Tobago, with the 1950, expenditure on land settle- Cooperatives
sistance of cotton seed mea] Ment increased from $114,556 t9 Considerable progress’ has also
purchased from the Leeward $405,924. In Surinam, the ac reage been made in the co-operative
Islands, rice by-products ' acquired increased from 3.336 movement. The number of societies
chased from British Guiana acres in 1938 to 16,951 in 1951 increased in Puerto Rico from 47
rice husks purchased Iccal penditures totalled 900,000 fic in 1946 to 158 in 1951, when the
disposed of 1,287 tons of feeding between 1938 and 1944, membership was 30,700, and the
stuffs in 1950, 2,460,000 between 1944 and 1 volume of business $24,726,000. Of
It is often said that the economy In Trinidad and Tobago there the societies in 1951 approximately
of the Caribbean will were 1,571 small holdings up tor one-third were credit unions
remain primarily agricultur 1937 with 1 acreage of 1,917 Marketing co-operatives almost
there is a vast difference be acres between 1941 and 1951 doubled in the period; membership
an agricultural economy expor , 1446 new holdings were estab- jn 1951 was 13,500 and the volume
raw n cialg and an agricultural lsh with a tetal acreage of of business $18,432,000. There were
economy processing its raw 2,293 uM » . two co-operative sugar mills which
terials both for local consumy Agricultural Credit milled 6% of the sugar production
and for export. It thi A good example of the progress of the island, 3 tobacco co-opera-
characteristic which constitute the provision of ag tives which handled over one-hal
ne of the most gnificant change iit facilit of the tobacco crop; one coffee
in Caribbean thinking and practice and Tobago, co-operative which handled about
ring the past decade. Even thi 54 agricultural credit one-half of the coffee crop; one
however, do« not represent the th a membership of cotton co-operative which handled
f extent of the change Th agricultural co-opera- n t of the cotton crop; a fruit
cigaretts prod e e Carib- with a membership vege Je co-operative, a
ean, the textile manufactured 951 there were four | r erative and a co-
the beer brewed are all -pro- my agricultural credit tiv ef, These co-opera-
i essed fr f increase of rga tions handled in 1949
‘ ural co-operative abx ne-tenth of the total agri-
( 950 ec i of land



There





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island



@ On Page 5.







| Tuesday—Am stil



Monday—Trut! ger thar t
2 that I am often sur-
hings I see around me. |!










was

the spot where the
free i

into the careenage
ite writ on the
the noonday heat
sensational words

no





antage of me——
represent the two

advan-

mn

reen Kensington
It’s time it was

* *

trying understand
whether the sign “Caution Men Work-
” is meant to be sarcastic. Normally
men working, but when-
sign there doesn’t seem
to be a single man in sight. SoI am left
to conclude that the men are working
somewhere else. Why then the sign?
Even more puzzling is the notice in-
forming all and sundry “Danger Open
Manhole”.~ This may of course be a mis-
print for “Danger Man! Hole open” But
why not save time and say simply “Dan-
ger”. I suppose it’s all due to this aca-
demic education we are always reading
about. Worst offenders of all the notice
placers are the gentlemen who tell you
to “keep left for the Bridge”. There must
be hundreds of people like me who
“keep left” only to discover that they
are not going over the Bridge at all but
straight up St. Michael Row or down tc
the city. The motorist gets so accus.
tomed to the sign “Keep left” which he
finds all over the island that he “keeps
left” and then thinks about it. I won
der if the BAA can follow this or maybe
I’m the dunce. Maybe! but you’ve got
to make allowance for dunces haven't
you and its unlikely that I’m the biggest
one running around loose,

*

Wednesday—I am convinced that the orchid
circle uses a black background for its
orchid display for commercial reasons.
Orchids make beautiful wreaths and the
black background is so funeral. Per-
sonally I find it depressing and would
much rather see my orchids in a scarlet
or white setting. What if the white gets
soiled? Water though short for the
Fountain still gushes freely and often
wastefully from hundreds of free road-
side cocks and Barbados exports soap
So what are we waiting for? A change
of heart.

* * *

Thursday—! still cannot make up my mind
whether the old goat in the corner was
laughing at me or whether he was try-
ing to tell me‘a dirty joke, Anyhow he
laughed, out loud as I went by. Later
on-I-wondered-whether he was rejoicing
because of the very poor turn-out of
dairy battle. Or maybe he didn’t like
his feed.

to

li



+
aq
1a

ever I see this



Friday—The official perplexity about my
gender reminds me of J. B. Morton’s im-
mortal poem “The Horse”, This is so
short that I can hardly quote any of it
without quoting all but here with ack
nowledgment are some verses.

“George Eliot was so like a horse
That bookies on the Gatwick course
Shouted the odds against her when
She came there with some gentle-
men: :
But doubt creeps in.
The Floss”
Was never written by a hoss.”
No; or as my second son would say “by
nobody neither Nor.”

* *

Saturday—To my utter horror I find that
there are four fountains in Queen’s Park
which do not play. This that
there will be five fountains not flowing
when the Princess Royal arrives next
month, What a shocking welcome for
the Queen’s Aunt from a colony which
boasts of its connection with her family
Ah well it'll all come out in the wash
Anyhow Christm

1as 1

“The Mill on

means

So cheer

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1952



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SATURDAY,

DECEMBER

20. 1952



Driver Appeals Against

Commissioner Of Police

Renewal Of Licence -

Refused By Police

In the Assistant Court of Appeal yesterday Their

Honours Mr.
adjourned until January 9

H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell

next year a complaint which

Harcourt King a lorry driver of Porey Spring, St. Thomas
brought against the Commissioner of Police in which it
was stated that the Commissioner ‘of’ Police had refused
to renew King’s driver’s licence.

day

Counsel in the case yeste
were Mr. E. K. Walcctt Q.C., asso-
ciated with Mr, J, E, T. Brancker
for King while Sgt. Forde attached
so the Traffic Branch at Central
Police Station is appearing
agent for the Commissioner
Police.

After the Commissioner of Pol-
ice had made his decision, King
took the matter to Police Magis-
trate Mr. H.*A. Talma_ who con-
firmed the decision of the Com-
missioner of Police. King thea ap-




as

of

pealed against Mr. Talma’s de-
cision.
Before the evidence was taken

in the case Mr. E. K. Walcott spoke
on the point of King’s right to
appeal. He said that the Court of
Appeal had the right to deal with
@ny decision made by a_ Police
Magistrate. This should be regard-
ed as the law of the land and as
the Court of Appeal was a senior
Court the jurisdiction should not
be taken away from it.

His client's right tq appeal was
clearly set out in the Court of Ap-
peal Act.

Sgt. Forde told the court that
where there was no conviction or
fine there should be no appeal to
the Court of Appeal, under the
Road Traffic Act. Their Honours
ruled that King had a right to
appeal.

Harcourt King told the court
that he applied to the Commission-
er of Police for a renewal of his
driver’s licence and it was not
issued to him. He was a licenced




driver for about 16 years and in
1950 he handed his driver's licence
to an Inspector of Police after he

was involved in an accident.
Medical Certificate
Since that time he had applied

for a licence and also produced
medical certificates. His licence
Was not suspended by a court of

law. In answer to Sgt. Forde, King
said that in 1950 he was involved
in a fatal accident. On the morn-
ing of the fatal accident he had no
tea and that caused him to have
a “black-out” while driving.

He was examined by Dr. Ward
who asked him if he suffered from
fits. He told him no.

Since he handed in his licence
he had seen Major R. A. Stoute
and produced medical certificates
to him which showed that he was
fit to drive.

In the Lower Court Major R. A.
Stoute, Deputy Commissioner of
Police said that King was involved
in a fatal accident in 1950. Since
the accident King had approached
him with medical certificates but
he (King) refused to be examined
by a Police Medical Officer. Under
the circumstances it was suggested
that a licence should not be
granted.

CASE DISMISSED

His Worship Mr. G.
Acting Police Magistrate
frict “A”, yesterday
without prejudice a case brought
by the Police charging 24-year-
old Cuthbert Beckles of Westbury
Road, St. Michael, with the larceny
of a bicycle valued at £10 the
property of Owen Sealy of Nelson
Street.



B. Griffith,
of Dis-
dismissed

The prosecution called = on
four witnesses in an_ effort to
prove its case, alleging that the

offence was committed on Feb, 28.

Prosecution witnesses said that
after Beckles had taken up a bi-
cycle from outside a shop in
Cheapside Road, he carried it to a
bicycle shop and had it altered.

Under’ cross-examination by
Mr. Niles, counsel for Beckles, two
witnesses said that they were not
sure if the bicycle in court was the
bicycle they saw Beckles with.

His Worship ruled that the evi-
dence was not strong enough to
convict Beckle*

14 DAYS IN JAIL

Cuthbert Cutting, an agricul-
tural labourer of Lodge Road,
Christ Church, was sentenced to
14 days’ imprisonment with hard
jabour and Eikel Reefer, another
agricultural labourer was fined £5
when they appeared before His
Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Police
Magistrate of District “B’” on
Thursday charged by the Police
with the larceny of sugar cane
valued at 10/- from Bannatyne
Plantation on Dec. 17.

Both men pleaded guilty of the
charge. Cutting had three previous
convictions. Reefer is to pay his
fine in 28 ee or there is an alter-

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Christmas Pressure in the Post
Office is as heavy as usual in all
classes of mail,

Extra staff has been taken on
and the postal service has moved
smoothly in top gear to cope
with the additional volume of
mail

Once again the Colonial Post
Master appeals for the co-opera-
tion of the public particularly

householders who
to keep the
to answer
he has a
do,
During the past two weeks
3,551 bags of mail were received

are asked NOT
postman waiting, but
his call promptly as
great deal of work to

from overseas, of which 1,513
were intransit to other West
Indian Colonies.

The bulk of the outgoing
surface mails was dispatched
during the month of November
and early this month. Parcel

mail has been particularly heavy
with 1,616 bags,

Agricultural
Development

@ From Page 4

There were no co-0 peratives in
British Guiana in 1938 and 1944
in 4902 Lnere were 183 of which
2 were marketing co-operatives
and 32 credit unions. The total
membership was 6,121, and the
volume of business $148,756. The
credit union movement began in
Trinidad and Tobago in 1946.
Between 1946 and 1950 the num-
ber of unions trebled, the mem-
bership was more .than three
Umes as much, and the advances
mace to members increased from
$9,859 to $107,771. There were 10
co-operatives in Dominica in 1938
ond 1944. In 1952 there were 6,
with a membership of 427; the
value of limes and oil processed
by these co-operatives in that
year was $53,281.

Marketing

In addition to the processing
operations indicated above, im-
proved marketing facilities have
been provided in a number of
territories. Such importance is
attached to the question in Jamaica
that the responsible agency has
been designated a separate depart-
ment of government, the Depart-
ment of Commerce and Industries,
Information in respect of Puerto

Rico is presented in a seperate
urticle in this issue of the Bulletin,
One of the most important

cevelopments in this field has been
the purchase of local produce, in
a number of cases at guaranteed
prices. Some idea of the scope of
these operations js afforded by a
few statistics — the purchase of
17,304 tons of corn in Jamaica in

1949; of 157,254 gallons of edible
Arrivals too, have broken all coconut oil in British Guiana te
records. Every effort has been the same year; of 28,817 tons of
made to expedite counter ser- fugar cane in Antigua in 1950,
vice as well as the distribution 5,714 tons in St, Kitts, and 12,267
of mails, tons in Nevis.
Provision has been made for The distribution of seeds and
4 stamp sellers to be on duty fertiliser, provision of credit facili-

daily f.om 8.00 a.m, to 4 p.m. at
the G.P.O. In addition each
Branch of the Department pro-
vides stamps to be used in con-
nection with the work of the
pariicular Branch, and stamps
for all purposes may be obtained
in the Parcel Post branch on the
Wharf.

There has been some conjes-
tion at the Parcel post branch
owing to the delay on the part of
merchants in clearing their
parcels,



T’‘dad Councillor
In Barbados

SEAWELL, Dec. 19: Dr, Edward
A. Lee, Dental Surgeon, Council-
jor and race horse owner of San
Fernando arrived in Barbados this
morning by B.W.LA. from Trini-
da@ for a month's holiday. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Lee and
their three children, Edward,
David end Anne and tifey ara
guests at Benwee Guest House,
Worthing.

A former Mayor of San Fer-
nando, Dr. Lee has been a mem-
ber of the San Fernando Borough
Council for the past ten years.
Apart from his inrest in horse
racing, he is also keen on educa-
tion and has been given scholar-
ships to the poor children of San
Fernando for the past 17 years.

He said that the examination
for the award of the scholarships
takes place tomorrow morning
when two boys or two girls will
be selected. The scholarships are
eligible for three years at any of
the secondary schools in San Fer-
nando and are only open to poar
and desirable children, The suc-
cessful condidates are given a
free midday meal, free clothes,
free transportation, free medical
and contal treatment and free
books.

Dr. Lee is no stranger to Rar-
hados. This is his sixth visit to
the island.

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native of two months’
ment with hard labour.

Cutting and Reefer were seen
in Bannatyne Plantation field by
Cpls. Goring and Sargeant digging
up cane. When they saw the two
policemen they ran. They were
eventually caught and taken to the
District “B” Police Station where
they were charged.

Sgt. Henderson of District “B”
prosecuted for the Police.

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development in the Caribbean ter-
ritories since the First Session of
the West Indian Confcrence re-
mains to be considered. That is
the substantial metropolitan aid

provided for this purpose. United |

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West Indies for agriculture, animal |

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BARBADOS

Application
Allowed For
Property Sale

In the Court of Chancery
terday His Lordship the Vice-
Chancellor Mr. J. W B. Chenery
allowed the application for ap-
praisement and sale of the prop-

yes-

erty affected by the suit Simon
Altman, plaintiff and Louis
Speisman, defendant. The prop-

erty consists of a messuave or
store with 1,489 square feet of
land in Swan Street, Bridgetown

Mr. G. B, Niles in tructed by
Messrs. Carrington & Sealy ap
peared for the Plaintiff. The Reg-
istrar’s report of liens and incum-
brances affecting the property
were handed in and filed.

WILLS FOR PROBATE

The wills of the following were
admitted to probate:—

Walter Leonard McKinstry,
Christ Church.

Margaret Elise Skeete, St
Michael.

Oscar Sydney Cadogan, St
Peter.

James Robinson, St. George
Marion Adele Bradshaw, | St.
Michael.

Joseph Nathaniel Thorne, St,

George

Frances Jones, St. Michael.
James Nathaniel Bostic, &.
George.

Lillian Caroline Bentham, St.
George.

Frederica McMillan Clarke,

Christ Church,
DECREE ABSOLUTE

In the Court for Divoree and
Matrimonial Causes yesterday
His Lordship the Chief Judge Sir
Allan Collymore pronounced de-
cree absolute in the suit of B, N.
Hinds, petitioner, D. E. Hinds,
respondent, and E. Durant, co-
respondent.

Decree nisi was pronounced on
October 31, this year. The peti
tioner appeared in person.

Blind Students
Giving Concert

The 14 biind students who are
§Jearning handicrafts at the Hurd
Memorial Hall, James Street, are
giving a coneér of Chrisimas
Carols this afternoon under ihe
direction of Mr, Harold Rock,
Organist of St. John’s Church.

Sir Allan Collymore, President
of the Barbados Association i:
aid of the Blind and Deaf, wi
present dn envelope containing
cash bonus to each of the student
In addition, they will receive gilt
from the small sub-COmmittee
headed by Mrs. Ben Moore and
Mrs. Doreen Ward, who ran the
Milk Bar at the Agricultural
Exhibition. Well-wishers in the
St. John’s area have sionated food
parcels.



PETITIONS GRANTED

In the Court of Ordinary, His
Lordship granted six petitions
for letters of administration,

The first was the petition of
Elsie Lynch of Pilgrim Road,
Christ Church, attorney of Flor-
ence Nightengale Alleyne of
Cristobal, C.Z.. a widow, to the
estate of George Ashley. Allevne,
late of Colon, R.P.

Mr, J. S. B. Dear instructed by
Messrs. Yearwood & Boyce, ap~
peared for the petitioner,

Another was the petition of
Geoffrey Gordon Greenidge of
Graeme Hall Terrace, Christ
Church, to the estate of his
father Campbell P. R. Greenidge,
late of Valley Hill, Christ Church.

Mr. G. W. Farmer, instructed
by Messrs Yearwood & Boyce
appeared for the petitioner

The petition of Clyde Leopold
Walcott of Black Rock, St.
Michael, was also granted. His

lwas to the estate of his father

Frank Eyre Walcott, deceased
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Board Of Health

Reject’ Application

For Sale

THE Board
application by

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sale of 20 acres, 3 roods, 6 perches of land in lots at New-

castle, St. John
Ata previous meeting the Board Hall. The application in connec- |
had agreed to allow the division tion with the second lots of land
of part of the land. In the Plan was made by Mr. J. G. Nurse. }
the land submitted, the Goverr The Board decided that they}
ment Railway track at Martins would only allow the division
Bay was shown as the road to cer- When they are satisfied that the|
T tion did not roads are in good order, |



track ;

heir land and so the re

Newcastle



lealth



of

part
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ity of putting it ina proper state
of repair might not be placed on
them The Board had postponed
final decision as to the application
pending enquiries about the track

Enquiries disclosed that the

track which was submitted

Estates

Of Land

Ye sterday

Nurses’ Assoc.
Prize Drawing

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rejected in part
Ltd. for division

an
and



of the road to cater to the land of » :
Which division into lots was not =. : Tickets 1/- . ‘ |
sanctioned, belonged to the Gov- Ist—C 438, 2nd —J 064, 3rd- r
ernor-in-Executive Committ G 100, 4th—C 581, 5th—J 959, 6th |
The Board did not approve of G 219, 7th—C 696, 8th—A 109, |
the lots affected by the railway, 9th—H 423, 10th__H 110, 11th-
track because they did not see I 778, 12th—-B 059, 13th—E 872,
their way to accept the railway 14th—D 629, 15th—A ‘479, 16th
track as a public road. E 070, 17th—G 407, 18th—D 221,
The Board approved of the di- 19th—A 640, 20th-——G 616, 2lst
vision and sale of 97,470 square H 610, 22nd—H 350, 23rd—I 971
feet of land in lots at Elridge, g°4th—1 387.
Christ Church, by Mr. C. C. Ma
hon. \ Lar Tickets Results
The Board also approved of th Ist 507, 2nd—A 078, 3rd
division and sale of 67,347 square! A 069, ve h—B 691, 5th_.A 846
feet of land in lots at Flint Hall,) 6th—A 769, 7th—A 6638, 8th
St. Michael, by Dr. Charles A.| B 902, 9th—B 053, 10th—A 409
Evelyn 1ith—B 081, 12th—A 040, 13th
The lots face the public road} B 931, 14th—B 963, 15th—B 979,
through which the Governmen 16th—-B 920
water main runs. A_ dwelling
house will be erected on each lot
ind they will be supplied with
water from the Government water A
main.
The Board deferred considera- | .
tion of the «pplications for sale of xX J G f ,
93,390 square feet of land as le mas wi
in tenantry at Fairfield, St. Mich

Mrs. M. I.
00 square

Gilkes
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Shortly after 12.30 a.m
day the car M.430 owned }
Thomas of Hothersal
driven by Ethan Melvor

fic island above the
Bridge, City, while it was
ling in the direction of

at Savannah Road,

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Turning anc |
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‘FRY'S’ Scorched Almonds,

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ALSO —

. “MELTIS"— New Berry
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peared for the petitioner, Pekin Figs, Jaffa Dates,

Anothe petition was that of Turkish Delight.
Isabel Renee Reid of Mt. Stand- The above in attractive
fast, St. James, a widow, to the Drums and Boxes.
estate of hey husband Jerome A Prices from 84c. to $1.62.
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petitioner Callard & Bowsen Butter
The fifth petition was Mary Scotch.
Gertrude Niles of Welchman Barley Sugar in Tins.
Hall, St. Thomas, a widow, to Almonds in Cello Bars,
the estate of her husband Alonza CALL IN TO-DAY AND
Fitz Gerald Niles, deceased SEF. this very attrantive ats.
Miss M. A Reece, instructed plow of CONFECTIONERY
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Keta FE, Moaze a widow of Mt, An :
Hill, St. Andrew, to the estate BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
of her late husband, Samuel Mc.
D, Moze, a shopkeeper,
Miss M, A. Reece, instructed LTD.
by Messrs Cottle Catford & Co. Head of Broad Street.
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Steady Wor

Staffing Problems



this clas on e hope to renort
in a yea r two
e e e « the ject of the
Still Exist too strongly emphasized or too
often re ted that there should
MR. L. HARFORD SKEETE in his address during the =. : Wider curttrutom for the
schoo ith our present limita-

Boys’ Foundation School’s Speech Day on Tuesday said iors in respect of staff and facili-


















that the period September 1951 — July ]952 was a period ties, we can do little, if any,
of steady work for the School. He said that the staffing more. The introduction of any
problem still existed however. other subject without the cor-
Mr. Skeete said:— responding i ROCs of anothe:
Your Excellency, Mrs. Turner, the Training College can increase Reareey. Peters ee Peer ee
Director of Education, Members a Junior’s salary 250%. On the would tax the versatility of any
ef the Governing Body, Ladies other hand, a successfully com- staff , : m
and Gentlemen, pleted year of work for a degre That a school of this size Id
Once more the pleasure is does not bring an immediate in- have no facilities to give some
mine to welcome H.E. the Act- crease even of 100%, There is training, however elementary, in
ing Governor and Mrs. Turner to therefore that danger with which the rudiments of science and or
this School. Only one who has the smaller schools are faced, agricultuy in a sci€ age
been placed in circumstances though I am glad to State that and in an_ agricult com-
such as his, ic. acting for a con- that monster, complacency, has '!) nity, is without parallel in an
siderable-period in another office so far not raised its head among other W.I.. island which boasts
and still having to be au fait with ‘the staff at this school. of an established Secondary
all mittérs in his substantive During the last term of the School, True it may be that the
office, “cam appreciate the added year in question, we secured. the teaching of such subje 1 e
strain-placed on an already very services of Mrs. Hinds-Howell as beyond comparisor lead-
busy m% So it is with the part time teacher in Oral French, ing First Grade School
deepest gratitude and sincerest which in future examinations !s this mean that tl





pleasure that we welcome
here téeday, and we would

him compulsory
like to her for her painstaking inter

monope



Our thanks are due possess :



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to thinkethat it is not only his est in a task rendered not less knowledge, hi
devotion-to duty, nor his interest difficult by having to instruct jy ; foe wee
in Eduéation in general that hac pupils at a late stage of their \jya! ee ome
prompted his ready response to school life in giving each vowel ay ates
our request, but also his genuine or syllable the sound that would t .
affection for this ancient school. charm the ear of a Parisian. Her- (,, bg é ae
To the Director of Education cules, methinks, had easier task~, ee = Meee ee eas uP
and Mrs. Reed we also extend a yet not more energetically per- ae the G.C.E, in such subjects
hearty welcome. Onerous though formed, It is true that in her first 42¢ willing to undertake such
his duties may be, he has always classes, great imagination had to duties, and some part of the
shown his interest in this school be used so as to think that both school converted into an embryo
by his presence at our functions. she and. her pupils were speak- laboratory, The provision of a
His Deputy too, we welcome as ing the same language, but now master—I emphasize, not a super
an old friend of the school. there is a distinct similarity of scale master—and a laboratory in
We are glad to welcome on this sounds issuing forth from her embryo would be a boon to the
occasion the members of our forms choo] and of immense benefit to
Governing Body, who though the community in general—even
busy individuals each in his or: Our erage of pupils for the to this community of which it was

her own sphere, have given up of Ye! was just short of 280, and in ctated that it consisted principally

their time to be present here to- July we entered 30 candidates, of fishermen and the schoo) of
day and give us their support inclusive of those taking only one gchermens sons, for in this age
ou, parents, guardians and ° two supplementary subjects catching of fish is also done s¢ ien-
well-wishers of the school, we and two external candidates, late ;ig..)\, , - ,
welcome no less cordially than pupils of the school. For those Te
all before, hoping that you ‘will in Who took the full Certificate, the Efficiency
future show the same interest in Maximum number of subjects gsrious minded thinkers wi
the education of your children W@8 8, Our resuMs can be seen | date say pct fi, ge mm
and in the schaol ar you have 0M the programme, and it will be yore sr ere with me if I
done to-day, by being present at noticed that only one boy, R. D. }. “ae eo Uipe 3t ae OF Torso
this Speech Day, some of you,at Thomas, succeeded in gaining a “#VID8 a commercial class, of
ne Ste indonveniende to your- Certificites in ail the subjects 2" class for that matter, unless
selves taken. There was good work done it is efficiently run, There is
Now we pass on to the work here and there by individual S9â„¢me chance that our difficulties
of the school for the past year, Pupils, G. D. Seifert and V. Ifill Se ae Oe ee ee
September 1951 to July 1952. obtaining 68.5% and 68% re- \t 18 hoped, by a permanent
; spectively in Elementary Mathe- master, as in my opinion, a part-
Steady Work metics: R. Thomas and M. King time Commercial instructor in
This period has been charac- 712.5% and 65.5% respectively in several subjects would be most
terised by steady work, and there Latin, but no candidate was so uneconomical,
has been some progvess, admit- consistent in good examination As regards the arts which de-

tedly slow. [Che staffing problem results as the said R, D, Thomas. velop the finer side of a pupil's
sti exists and though recom- may here say that his former character, though with our limited
mendations have been made for co-pupils have decided on their resources we try to impress upon
pne of the three masters requested OW" initiative to donate him a the pupils at least the existence
yet bearing in mind the peculiar P™2°- This it aan Of contaee "cd of these arts, we can - only
way in which plans in connexion C#™me @s a surprise to me, ant § this, for the > being we s
with the Foundation Schools 2â„¢ buoyed up with the hope that in the soit settee te > tole
never Seem to materialise, can we Such 4 spontaneous action on onq untutored. The ‘ttle t es
incur any justifiable eensure if their part will have on succeediny |. 7" “able oe ee men
we lack that mustard grain of candidates, an effect reaching far 3 une’ ae re ee be judged
faith to remove the mountain of beyond what they contemplated 1n ¢or > ie Stk ~ by_lstening
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the attitude of unbelieving Thom- Commercial Subjects , Games

as. In December 1951, Some boys The school during the period
There may be some in this au- were entered for corhinercial sub- under review entered teams both
Hience who being unacquainted jects, This class as I stated in in the Football and Cricket Com-
vith matiers Foundation, may my last report cannot be run with petitions,

think this titude dramatieal; â„¢aximum efficiency even if each The Cricket team was with but

there may be others who can re. bey in the form were inclined to the exception of two players, an

member a former Headmaster of 8Y° of his best. Passes were ob- entirely new one. There was a

this school who, after several tained in English, French, Mathe- distinct improvement in the pirit

years of recornmendations for, matics, Typing and Spanish. of the game, and the team though

It would be far from the truth

and promises of, a new school, ye g > . ‘

eae in disgust “New school to state that either the staff or ood th ot snexperienced, a

that will probably be built in I, am satisfied with the results , self far more creditably than

time to s ms oo tae 1 shildr y obtained, though on the whole the former team. The school end-
e to serve my grand-children ' , ed by being 5th among the 12

—a staternent which seems likely Some improvement is shown, and competing teams

to turn out prophetical with per- really good results are not @X- "4. agard .

haps one additional word if pected for a year or two yet. | § regards football, a team wa:

many more years elapse, the This is not entirely due to the entered both in the League, and

word “great”, inserted before capability, or lack of it, in the also in the Dalton Cup Series. The

grandchildren, boys, but among the causes is a tandard of football was not of a
With regard to any recommen- somewhat distorted view taken very high order, but is improving,

and the team ‘spirit is being fos-
ered as much as possible.
During the 2nd Term of the

School year on Friday March 14,

dations or promises be they for of the examination by the boys
school, or masters or ought else, themselves in spite of all the ex-
we Foundationers have been planation and advice given them
taught by long experience to be by every master, It is therefore

cautious and not be over-opti- with a sense of relief and joy that we held our Athletic Sports. Set
pistie; rather should we adopt we note publication of the sub- 4 emerged as champion Set and
the Asquith policy of “wait and jects required for entrance into the Victor Ludorum was Mr. C
see”. the Civil Service. That, to the Lloyd who won both the 440 and
During the year under review, present Form 5 candidates to ba, 280 yds.
another of our Masters, Mr. C. T. ja, accomplished more than . The Inter-School Sports at Ken-
Prescott took and successfully persuasion or coercion has done sington Oval were also held during
completed a course in Teaching Realisation has dawned upon that term on Friday March 21, and
at the Erdiston Training College, them that the original standard “e amassed the highest number
and has now resumed his duties for entrance is being maintained of points that the school has ever

n the staff. / her Master, Mr. : ras
on the staff, Anoth — and that Certificate standard reached since its entry into these





“larke s bee 5 in

Se Deere ~~ eo one or two subjects is not an sports. We were indeed far behind
were Messrs. L. Jones and M. open sesame to the Service the two leading schools, Lodge
Callender, both of whom have . . ind Harrison College, yet we tied
been acting on the staff for over Modern Studies for the 2nd place with H.C. in
two years as other masters go on : 7 Division I. Our long distance run-
leave. and both have rendered, « A class for Advanced Modern ner MeC, Lloyd was instrumental
and are still rendering, yeoman Stu@ies has been started. Very in setting up a new record for the
service to-the school. often there may be pupils young §80 ycR., 2 mins. 4 secs.









enough to remain at school, who In Athletics, the school yas
Perh: Desrees i tid tis have passed all but one or two sented in the Teaan tubened
tr me aps ee Se ae we subjects in the General Certificate A*hletic Sports by Me. C. Lloyd
put it in elke imonity that ‘| Examination at Ordinary Level, and its Old Boys had representa-
imagine haat “al oe sole “ori. Lhese return to scool and attend tives in the persons of A, Carter
ginator, possessor and exponent the classes only in those subjects high jump; Mr. L. Jones, long
of the following line of thought. {” which they were unsuccess- j\ymo; and by others in bicycle
Ie there not a dimer especially ful, It will be appreciated there- riding ete. In all the events, our
among the Junior Secondary fore that such pupils will be free yap -neentatives were placed.
School Teachers who have not for the greater part of the day, Tjovea was also selected to repre-
taken a degree, of becoming com- and the time is utilised by intro- cont Barbados in the lone distance
placent with their standard of ducing them to the advanced ty events in British Guiana,
knowledge, and of not trying work in a subject or subjects in While on the subject of out-
hard to ‘attain a degree One which they have been success- donyr activities, it would not be
must remember that a yer at ful at the Ordinary Level. From .)) to draw. attention to the
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a ene
necessity of providing proper q tion the 1 Was on
pavilion. The present apology for or! o scribe

one is by no means nament te rature rivaling
to the school, and sé pur- or. tuated as
pose t L of already



1adequately. Apart from





























the f 1at owing to the method 1 h ly remedy ap~
ol construcion, lends itself pears to e the roof some
to purposes other than those for 4ft. Gin. § operation, how-
which it was intended, it is of n@ ever, I suspe yould cost more
use to visiting team and the than can be afforded at the pres-
school buildings in spite of there ent time.
being a pavilion have always to A Piano
be used. Perhaps the solution lies A crying need which doubtless-
n a building which can serve a5 @ jy you have already heard is a
pavilion on afternoons and Satur- piano What a paino! Did I say
days, and addition=1 form rooms paino or piano? at any rate the
during school hours. letters are the same, atid perhaps
Improvement in our case the two are synon}
lam glau w autiouuce enat since mous. Are there any old boys ot
our jas. Speech Day, there has others amongst this afternoon
been an unprovermment in the cO- in 4 particulariy generous 900?
operation of parents in the pay- Need I say more?

mons of Day I am glad to

of the hopes ex-

games tees.

On this Speech
in coramon with t

Sports gear
most other arti- Stat t

sotne















cies, has become more expensive P the last have been real-
and less durable, and so it would ed. We now have a confirmation
have been impoesible to carry out © 45° taken the Rector every
even our usual programme of ; ednesday afternoon; and -
games had you, parents and guar- 74nUary this year the F. O. B. As-
at) + Se - sociation was formed. I may here
dian not cooperated to such B~., hat t t
* z ba " : say that our nception of this
great extent. Need I say that” association is nc t of a dorm-
100% cooperation in this as well ant Associz rises from
a? in every other aspect of school jts slumber : ice a year
ife, would be warmly welcomed.® p ther a Association
Perhaps my mead of praise to ing for the good of the il











my Governing Body on the last 0@- both past and present, developing
casion might have apy ed t© the cultural, athle and any other
yome as small. On th occasiG®” worthwhile abil of its members,
however, my whole object was to and perhaps donating a scholar-




ship or
pupils.



state facts as they
found them. There \

two to brilliant but needy
In this age, in which there

and as I
undoubt-

ere
re





edly reasons, perhaps good ones, 35 Suc h a distorted sense of values,
for the state of affairs existing '” which pleasure is pursued as an
on my arrival. With these | am end in itself, it might be difficult

to live up to «

our Old Boy



ideal, but surely

not concerned, but I can state here
1 rise to this con-

that most requests by me



made






' tion of an Old »ys’ Associa-

in he interest of the school have {-"" mes Bese Oe

been favourably con red. To

attempt to give reasons would be i are ‘hat ee Te hte a
ao of . progress as far as a Cadet Corps

presumptious—tiar be it from me 2 Scout Troop is concerned

even to suggest that it might be formation of the former, I



due to my greater persuasive pow-
ers, or that knowing me better e
they have discovered that I have
no tendency to indulge in Jeremi-
ads, In connexion with games, my
request for an extension of the
playing field was readily granted,
and the Rector as was anticipate

expressed the greatest willingness
to cooperate. It only now remains
to reduce the additional bit of
land to the level of our present
playing field. This addition though



nd, is bound up with Gov-
whereas that

rnment Estimates,
of the latter has presented unex-

pected difficulties. For at this
school which in former years
boasted a flourishing Scout Troop
there is a lack of enthusiasm
nd a noticeable apathy traceable
as far as can be ascertained to a
misinterpretation and/or misappli-
cation of the principles for which
Scouting stands.

Last ‘but by no means least, I
an report no addition to the staff









small, when levelled, will make who yet uncomplainingly perform
a considerable difference to oUr their duties without any free peri-
games and athletics, and had it nds to alleviate their nightly strug-
not been for the prohibitive esti- gles with corrections. }

for
have

levelling
already |

mates quoted
work would
completed.

A long felt need has also been
satisfied, the provision of a com-

the
1

een

Old Boys
During the year, visits were paid
to the School by H. O’B. Norgrove,
A. L. Ashby, and-C. Hewitt. The
three of these have served in the |

paratively safe bicycle shed Here U.S. Army. H. O’'B, Norgrove saw
again our thanks are due to both active service in Korea, A. L.
the Governing Body and the Rec- Ashby was with the occupation



troops in Germany, and C. Hewitt
was stationed in Japan.

C. McC, Knight is now a Come
missioned Officer of the R.C.A.F.
He received his commission after
he was placed first in the examina-
tion for navigators. It was thought,
however, that he would be a
ter radio and radar operator, and
he is now serving in that capacity.

tor for their ready acquiescence In
the matter. So far we have been
free from bicy@e complaints since
the present arrangement of con-
verting the ancient carriage house
into a bicycle shed has been com-
pleted,

Perhaps some of yorr may have
noticed the “new look” of the gal-



lerv around the school. Thir t W. B. Watkins whose scholastic |
gether with the concreting of the performance at the College of the:
floor in the Nothern wing of the Cily of New York was so brilliant !
hall was done since our last has now entered Columbia Uni-

versity and is continuing to acquit

Speech Day. This brings us to the

















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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20,

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himself in a praiseworthy manne
After leaving thi chool, L. R

Pilgrim and D. DaC. Nil worked |

for a few years in Curacao. They}

have gone to England to continue |
their studies.

C. Pinheiro, an Assistant Teach- |
er of St. Matthias’ Boys’ School |
successfully completed his course
at Erdiston Training College. |

R. McConney, a Senior Clerk of ;
the Civil Service, was seconded to |
the West Indian Labour Bureau, |
U.S.A. as an accountant for tye]
years. : |

E. McD. Ward, an_ Assistant |
Master of the Modern High School |
passed the London Intermediate
‘Aris Examination which he sat in |
July this year. i

C. A. Phillips who obtained the
Cambridge School Certificate
this school in 1947 proceeded to
Harrison College and was the Bar-
bados Scholar in Modern Studie
in 1951. He-is now studying Mod-
ern Greats at Oxford University

H. DeS. Forde left this school in



the 4th form and proceeded to
Harrison College. He is the Bar-
bados Scholar of 1952 in Moderr

Studies.

Cc. A, S. Hopkinson who contri-
butes articles to the daily news- |
paper obtained the Cambridge |
School Certificate at this school in
1949 and was placed first in the

island in that examination. He |
then went to Harrison College
Being a Guianese, he was not elig-
ible for a Barbados Scholarship
but he gained a scholarship to the

U.C.W.J. and is pursuing his

studies there.

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i Paar In February this year to flourish until it was destroyed tended for the education of child- classes on obtaining testi- that even as walls and irons bars|/? ELECTRICITY SUPPLY 3
after a protracted illness to which by the unsparing hurricane of ren of both sexes. Tt on ae monials of merit from the do a a prison <9 sO pee » 3
nen of frailer structure would August 11th, 1831. opened on the 19th September Master, and be paid for out 4d class rooms do not constitute | ® » ify ‘one ft $
an . a 7 e e joinec The first Headmaster of whose 1832 with 30 boarders, 18 boys of the funds of the school. a school, The Foundation school]? We beg lo notify our Consumers that a total 9
long have succumbed, he join The fir ; as ® I { s . :
the old boys in another sphere. To name I have a record was Mr. end 12 girls though the number | 3 we are, at the bottom (as all 8 1utdown of the Supply will be neeessary between .
attempt an evaluation of his ser- John Packer in 1817, followed by of pupils was 45, 26 boys and 19 ¢ a xt eer ae A foundations are) °, he o improve=|@ 12 Noon and 3 p.m. on Sunday, 21st December, to 2
ces to this school would be im- > Fennell 1819, and Mr. Fitz- girls. Bppointec o conduc 1¢ ments of any Kind are being con-/4@ ‘ ‘ tant ‘ | aeimrateal ;
iey ible even the hall in which aeaice 1820 who was head at the Present pupils may be inter- upper classes and to assist sidered. Yet pure devotion to duty|¢ enable essential jlterations to be carried out on our 2
ou t sit is due to his untiring time of the hurricane. The Rector ested to hear that among the then the present Master in the will spur us on so that we can|/% Main High Tension Switchboard, 2
‘forts. A father in many respects and chairman of the Governing rules was one dealing with Gove rmment of the SC hool, make good the last words of our|]®@ a
to his pupils, though often too in- Committee of the School was punishment. For the boys, punish- 8. That the school be placed on play that it can never be said of |@ Further work may be necessary on subsequent %
dulgent, he will long be remem- fFreyq, afterwards Dr. Orderson, ment should not be with horse- the Govt. list and an annual the school that its pupils ever]} Sunday 1 Cone : il rats a 1 $
| bered by all those who passed whip but. by tamarind rods or allowance be solicited from fuil—though they may fall short|@ UNdays and Consumers will be duly notified. °
lthrough his hands. I remember It is interesting to note that rods of that nature. For the girls abe Educational Committee: of the standards required by 3 3
ECKSTEIN BROS., BAY STREET, | him as he was, humorous in his from 1819 we have on record that there should be no corporal 1€ said thus obtained should examiner in being men capable|® THE BARB > ELECT Su F
. i } e : ; i SBS ADOS ELEC SUPPL 2
‘ | youthful days, at this very school, Evelyns were on the Committee punishment save solitary confine- form a fund out of which of rea oning with a proper sense ? ELECTRIC UPPLY $
DSO OOCCOOOO OES OOOO 8 | 1 friend of us all, little ones. The of the school, first in the per- ment. Headmistress G.FS., please boys of merit should be paid of values, upright honourable] CORPORATION LTD $
i Still Looki f ¥ Foundation Schools ae al son of Mr. Joseph P, Evelyn, then ‘pote, for when raised to the high- citizens, an example in any com- g , ; : ae »
»0king for . i » 1 of then he served to the bes » Charlies Evelyn. : Mr. Jot The ae clos one er classes. t > ; -eDir ; 2
_ * 5 * X%j}of him; then Mr. Charles Evelyn, and Mr. John The school was closely con munity, men who keeping thel¢
a4 oP REPRO ‘topo Sy IS é a : ko uvelyn, perhaps ancestor of our nected with the church anc es- : ’ chool fear o iod ever before them|¢ om ’ »
e The PERFECT GIFT? % | tintingly of his time and ee present chairman of the Govern- try, and its finances depended committee received its first grant will employ the knowledge they|% 2
aS. Ask. to see tl Ns % | without counting the cost, ae ee ing Body. upon rents, sacramental money, of money from the Educational ma have gained within. thesel® ‘ 2
% 5 ieee ie sae a ne laboured ‘with og —. » The new Foundation stone was cnarity sermons and contribution Committee in the form of a cheque walls to the glory of God and the 9 General Manager. ¢
KS Presentation Casket of . . % reward AST cee - Se cael laid on June Ist 1832 by H.E., from the Vestry. > on the Colonial Bank for the betterment of their fellow] % 7
8 % | ne of fuliiment 0; a ;. Sir James Lyon, Governor and By May 27th 1841, 48 boys and SUM of £20 sterling creatures * $
K < ce ee ta >the motto of this © games ay ’ 7 r an y May 2ith 1641, 20YS an . $ Se + 4
/ ; % eee ine Ot tenets om- Commander in chief of the island, 28 girls had passed through the ne s
% f % | ; sa M 5 ha paet-in peace attended by the Lord Bishop_Rt. school since 1832, but the expense ~ e ‘ e 9999600604 9909O40924-006-4-660606094900000"
% | nium.” Mi nk tal fevd. Wm Hart Coleridge, Arch- of ru s the t ong Se ] ‘ t \ 2 GF “ : 46° 0%
x a x History Of School aan ae — — 2 as of runaing re school am ne alva ion / rmy oclia pp al x CLL PDBDPRPPVPPPBPPPLPEEL APPA APLPE ES
i % TOELET Cll AP % I shouid for the be newt Ras ees King, the Revd. John Brathwaite thrown open as a day school. This ; % %
{ ss . ‘ : % oN aat a tat bai sa shout and Revd. Mr. Holberton of state of affairs continued until g ene 55 ea 9 Army’s Annual Mr. H, N. Armstrong 2.00 ¥% x
s ; % requester iat me ~~ a 4 Antigua. A description of the June Ist, 1853 when under the S0cia ppea is to provide A F ‘ x
x Three lov ely large -akes > ae Lice a oe cide ceremony read “HLE. was re- chairmanship of the Revd, A, Christmas Cheer parcels for ¥ x N aa % %
% of this delightful soap in x od by 2} go , a oun@a- ceived by the Parochial Militia Reece it was decided, poor families and treats for Mt D Abr Se anne > 4 x %
. : * : ar is ls 1own. Nest ai , cdy ’ t ssis 7 ©.4.0re . ¥
& a dainty plastic contain- Piette 0 as 1807 we read that Commanded by Colonel Ashby. A 1, ‘That since the school had im- or — children, and to assist the Woman's Canadian 1S s
‘ y| 4 a = Saws ‘ salute was fired by the Artillery proved to such a degree the °4@vation Army’s Work pro : ? >
x er. % | what is known as the Parish Land, § , tone: 4 t gramme during 1953, Donations Club 10.00) % %
% x land left by Francis Williams, was “pon laying the one, and an- institution be placed on a , 190d, vi 1 > ws

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. “we ’ th when KE. left the fie Ey . or ae in cash, fooc . ing w eo Women’ Club )
$ IT’S A GIFT WORTH ¥ | hinted by the Hon. John Spooner other when HLE. left the field. new epeeg anid, the “achool tl edsivate. Wangtions W. J. Potter. &. © 5001 % DIRECTORY x
WING eee ¢ ‘ ~xceede x raise the st é oe e . dons . Lae 7 s
% HAVING x! (Jr.) at a sum which exceeded School Rebuilt o used. Middl. Schscl mC OF chétld be addressed to The Sal- M: \. T. King 2.00 % >

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x the yearly expenses of the school. , ‘ 9 Th: ihe ‘i ; vatio Army, P.O, Box 57, B’dos, Co-Op. Cotton 5 x
956999999655665556556000 “7 the refore follows that there The forn - cho ce nae —_ 2 ane re ss woe should com- Bidaetewn eS tek ah Factory Ltd 35 00 % x
erected by the voluntary contri- rise ¢ SSes. vo nation Nease dial 2467 Hull & Son \

4 9 2 OOOGS-S 00040; butions of parishioners, but after 3 ae ru boys of the Suet uw i. a Ome ‘ai alle ti tor ‘will 5 to Aquatic Club ie % .

7 x @\|the hurricane, this school. It was School be regarded as Foun- “* a os +a 9 ,
> } ¢ ; 2 call. L 20.001 ¢
rer om the bounty granted dationers and be designated rs 4 aati en a >
; ' S ey H : a a ine I aed tukae out 3rd tae . ana Senet : good or Ww. & . “A yley . : on % Exeng : 5.00} % ADVERTISEMENTS AND CHANGES IN
‘ of funds vested in their hands English education, H. Jason Jones & Co., $570.00
> RE | ® for the rebuilding of schools. The 4 That the 2nd class should in= ~" Ltd 10.00 . ence
6 © p . ibvlchiceanicealties Neadideien std,
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& the hospital. Pleasant Flavour P . the Classified Section and all Advertisements $
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- - on — —~—— — MEXICO CITY, Dec. 19 DECEMBER 19, 1952
ara TELEPHONE 2508 HELP LOST The Mexican Defence Ministry Selting | NEW YORK Buying
pie ar unced tt Mexico will an oy :
7 . i Diesel) GLASSES et Turtts os ed ‘ « 1 adc Banker 70.2% Pr
DIED FOR SALE , eer Indus-) G i : é et-propelled planes to its airforce Sight or de bi
o ‘ need apply ded on returning same to Advocate |D@fore May 1953. A spokesman , _ Drafts 70% Pr
SMITH—On De Stee ete, To Box|Co., Ltd 20.12.522in |Said an undetermined number of 7) 36 po Gop. 68.7% Pr
te res dene et. s AUTOMOTIVE 18.12.52—3n — NOT a + |De Havilland planes will be pur- Coupons 68% Pr
wn, CECI 7 he et: is I iCE chased from the British Govern-
r for > ‘ ~ . . ~ w rs f : ves t the es bry ro 75 x :
ng for St Peter's Ce Morris-Oxtord, good ew. MISCELLANEQUS Cametary are respectively aaked te IOvel tae Coie then tne eee (including Newteundland)
danie x nat Joseph 1b es ea a | - them cleaned up for t oming festi- He added that the reason for 77.4% Pr. Cheques on
eot yi ow : WANTED TO RENT a buying the planes is to teach s Banker 75.6% Pr
A \ In good condition |-- oP’ _ s - ; , Mexican airforce pilots how to fly Demand Drafts 75.45% Pr
. . ow eason "hone 2023 a . % Sup & r arer st aircr: Ss 135.3% P
iN MEMORIAM Shek, Recbage Wi tae cenenl oe St. “Nanerrenes iateee oni" MiPer at. up, wet er él
x. i vd te A ) Pee cial | Fae pee be ;
20.12.52—t = P. 75.9% Pr. Currency 74.1% P
BROWNE loving memory ¢ : a NOTICE Coupons 4% Pr
husband arle vard E A Price $7 PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH
te 1 ’ . 1% k hial Treasurer's Office
has passed. since that d new Paint PUBLIC SALE | be open om Tuseday Sard eit We th hrarekan ean :
et add epee Lnides eatibe 20 | Sate ates eae GOVERNMENT NOTICES
=e - ; | A
was short tt hock nee omnere ve Hy | Parochial Treasurer
euhaugit. ‘that’ ents mae , . REAL ESTATE ae PCST OFFICE NOTICE
On yose who have lost can telly CARS—One Ford, One ima nel HOUSE—Situated on the bes at |
he pain of parting without farewell| singer, Going, Chen. X Hil, Ry Lords) St. Lawrence, “Apply to. Re Munte, NOTICE
Gladys (wife), Glendene, D’Vere orea, | Hill. Phone 43 Telephon 4611 | ‘ inie Sp ETRY a
M.les tchildren) ; . " 20 2--2n ee " t.t.n,|, Our Customers and Friends are asked CHANGE IN AIR MAIL SCHEDULE
20.12, 52—1n capisiini é ttt!) m__o_7_ a, ,__JZ, «2 note that we 1 be opened to i a “
PROUTE—I rf CAR H.P. Standard (X—997 HOUSE te 0 x 11 shed to 4 pur Ree urday next Effective 22nd December, 1952, Air Mails will be closed at the
, —E—In ever loving and fond memo-] Good on, thre ew ty one] the lengt Bridgecot, and wil e closed the|Gene ini er a
ry of my deat beloved husbandlomcee 49 A Se Clarence Edward Proute, who departed | 9547 reasonable NTRAL EMPORIUM
this life on December 18th, 194 20.12.52--2n i Corner. of Broad & Tudor Streeb Destination Time nie
Today brings back ten years of sad 10.12. 52— memory + CAR—One Hillr ; os ntigua 2.00 p.m. Tuesday
Flowers may wither, blossoms ‘ Aust ADT w 5 i C Ton t UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE West 2.00 riday
die ats a AUCTION } INDIES - 10 p.m Friday
Priends may forsake but ne rant sii eee S| SS ss Admission ff Undergraduates: in Octqher 9.30 a.m. Saturday
wil I A 19 da x b ‘ B r ida 2 av
mite TE tee. veiiannbered by ‘bis WWINGL ace aca ’ne ose at Wales ey & Co. 1 will sé ; 1 ae A 2.00 p.m Monday
wife Mrs. Edith Proute co titee pie cLAd se ti r St « ae 3rd at t 2.00 p.m Wednesday
Ceecaciennsph ee ae petore 2 Des a Bain’ ik work eae 18 Canada (Direct) 2.00 p.m Monday
_ - —— | ine Ltd., bef i Dex er re 4 I ’
9 12.5 si ftime f he +t 1 he Facuttic Art ot . 2.00 y esdé
On RENT | = een on ‘tall.ot%s er. JR. Archer | and Medicine, The cours At via ‘T’daa i 46 Pp cS eee
t CAR-—One Sta Vanguard 9,000 eKenzie 80, 13. on tur Science ‘ lead the ¢ vie ad 49 a.m riday
€ Conditior & 1 exce € of the lL of Lon
SO ae ‘. - _ nab ale Apt - ; c ut d t Me Schedules should be amended where necessary.
am 0 Ltd. Phone 4949 1 ter .
HOUSES ; - . : ego crass
o 26 TAN N AGON I t nsmissic m 3 7 ;
e mas . nae eatecanina Ra aa nants 4 d wid eae ree 1 »n of mails by Air to Dominica and St. Vincent will |
BUNGALOWS—Two modern Bunga od new. Perfect working order er r be pended for the period 2 December, 1952 to 4th January, 1953
lows, BERESFORD and EUNICE. } BRADSHAW & COMPANY fi ‘
built at Maxwell's Road at 6.12,52—t.f.m ualific > > ERT 4 3 ak
modern conveniences including < : eq t r ROBERT A. CLARKE,
and silvers. ist of Jan. Const ELECTRIC ; e 7 Colonial Postmaster.
Pilgrim, Nobolisba Gap o ; ; ' Beck General Post Office
BUNGALOW—Ready to move into GARRARD sot on ° Ree t t ity ( 19th December, 1952 20.12.52—1n. |
Fuliy furnished, Attractive, Bmall| Changers se Te ee nat tan t Indic i from 2 2.52 oa
Bungalow Spacious Ground Quict | tuantity. P. C. S, Maffe: & ita F t Barb
Surroundings. Reasonable Re Suitable ? , ? er Oy ¢ ‘ola tadsicailibiaibainaactdiade
1 or 2 Adults Only. 4942 JUST RECEIVED the new " i be 4 : T rn
20.12.52 in . ; - , t
a as - _ fe aad > i j
FLAT & HOU ully furnished, | 2! og + a Bands, P. ¢ obtained from. the 96 a y |
St. Lawrence On-Sea 3 , iG. 12.52 ibe |
—————— INGE OR" : t SEM the » ' ' The following accounts i 2 arb: a ae j
. 5 b SINGER PORTABLE ELECTRIC SEW tte o the Dire ae g its in the Barbados Government Savings
ten naohe Bu, Philip. eoast, L ghtin ING. MACHINE pe ondit ' is toi, Madtation. cies. G ae not having had any transaction for over ten years eetioe ie |
plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2) '" absolutely pétlect bargain at $22 back, not later’ than gri-| hereby given that unless claims are established on or before the |
Bi csiraite ahatae i DVANCE U Which is well below the present e is Hogs ess of May, 1953, these accounts will be dealt with as required
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE, Dial} — c vy Section 22 of the Sav aie ha : *
4476 1.11.52—t.t.n, | Tel. 4164 vai aa é nt , of the Savings Bank Act, 1914 (1914—3).
ne - -, r so fe urd ¢ x >» the r
IDLEAWHIL ON SEA Weilcne ~ = u € t College of t t . a $s
Christ Church, Dial 3065 LIVESTOCK j their Applications | Adams, Emily Tr. A. F. Adams 36
20.12.52—61 seek ———— to the University College. The Alkins, Lewis DaCosta “9.41
ere an CHOW-CHOW Puppies, red and black date fo applicants for Entrance | Alleyne, Fred 3.4
MILTON, TWO MILE HILL Eleven champions in pedigree. Mrs. C. M Januany, 1953 | EYRE, 13.
Containing ‘open verandah; drawing.| Howe, Navy Gardens. Phone 5073 | Alleyne, Martha 24.65
dining and sitting Rooms, three (3 20, 12.52—2n | Austin Irvine 43.52
bedrooms, breakfast room and kitchen} ——__ _ | Austin, Mabel 1,120. 08
Dial 403) * | eee: tae - sees . ‘ 12 5
. 20.12.52—2n MECHANICAL . | Barrow, Chas. Vere & C. DaC. Evelyn Trs. E
SEWHAVEN SPI) furalthed bed. | ROLLEL CAMERAS fairly stole ay OVERNMENT. NOTICES Crichlow ie
NEWHAVEN — Fully furnished 4-bed- n AMERAS ole : Selle. Se y 29. 46
room house, Crane coast Doub'e Garage at the 1952 Ex on inthe - le, Samuel A. 19.47 |
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water : al Section $ ae, pues oA : ones Henry |
raill supply. Monthly rent $78 plus 33] famous cameras now Jn stock. 4 i i ae ‘ . : Brathwaite, Nathaniel |
; -e ; td, James Street, Dial 3199. . ¢ a » Science : t. saee ‘ ’ |
wee Cree AOS veo, 5 ea ooh ak ee et 18 12. 52--~2n Three-Year Course of Training in Domestic Science Brewster, Gertrude Tr. Miriam Brewster j
- nee eae ae YT eae er j Applications are invited under the Barba ios Government Training Brewster, Miriam Albertha Tr. Eldica Brewster
TOP -FLAT—"Storm's | Gift Flint POULTRY : S a et t (Elet ‘ Y Teaching 3rewster, Miriam Albertha Tr. Augusta Clarke 630.4
Hall, St. Michael Three bedrooms Scheme from Teachers in the Governme (Elementary ,eaching Burnett, Theodosia B. Tr. C. D. A. Burnett 97858 |
rom lith February. Armstrong. 2008. | BROWN LEGHORNS, “imps Lay | Service for a three-year scholarship a t a Domestic Selence Burnett, Theodosia B, Tr. E. E. Burnett 978.57 |
Be ee he che eine (ENE St BrmaCG AHS, |g ag cen | College in the United Kingdon Burnett, Theodosia B. Tr. C. E. Burnett 247.26 |
. — — en - f icants sho SSeS School Certificate of a recognised Bynoe, Robert Tr. Josiah A. Morris 32.11
> So : tiNGecvoue Muncovy True Applicants should poss¢ a 1 A ; >) a 1 A «3 $ 2.
Sai ‘ ER NAL Lisstee G0c. each Dial 8222. University Examining Board (or passes in five subjects t Ordinary pte re-reel ar 4
teen — 12 52 " . . ¢ + "ertit 2 of é ’ B
The public are hereb immed against 1 nT Level in the General Certificate of Education), the Certificate B of the Carringtie {Joseph B
corr ae GREEN) ¥ ae st hold t a pela Ibs Sor acters Pn Department of Education and have suc cessfully. completed ng Chase, Clarissa ween ds or pat a a ‘ ‘ F F h seonre ‘ent Tr ice S a ae .
Pees, remngns ble on Hee or aero ness. Eustace Gibbs 19.1 °n months course of training at the Housecraft Centre Knowledge of Clarke, Irene Tr. Vera Clarke
name unless by a written order sigged . : a Science Subject will be an advantage. ae Connolly, _Edward La
by me ‘ cl kee MISCELLANEOUS Applications should be submitted to the Director of Educa so Coppin, Simeon
JONEL WALCOTT, pees eg . ; 4 oe a Sorbi
ne Greens AQUARIUMS and Large Clear G as to reach him not later than the 10th of January, 1953 Sa oes & ‘s oxiie
t George. | Jars stocked with lourful and Attrae Training Course in the Education of Young Children Cutberbatch, Joseph N.
ents. Archie Clarke. Phone 5148. Applications are invited under the Barbados Government Training Dennie, Iris Tanthe es :
~ 4 \ 18.12.52—8n. | Scheme from Teachers in the Government (Elementary) Teaching Dodson, Ella Vernon Tr. Germaine St. John 239.01 |
Red Composer AVR CONDITIONERS—Units for Hotels| Service for a one-year scholarship tenable at the University of Dur- Dorant, Catherine Tr. Louise Arrindell 72.39 |
» Offices, and Homes now available from | ham Institute of Education to follow a course of training in the Eduea- Dyal, Miriam E. Tr. Jerome Dyal 149.09
itn U.K, Details available and inspection] ” Ore Edchill, Frederick Tr. Winfield G. Edshill 13.67
Ss NELS for models invited. Agents: Interna-] tion of Young Children ee < : . Edg' ‘
, tional Corp. Ltd, Tel: 5009 Atnt ' tl 1 4 Edwards, John Ralph anes 13.00
i ‘ 17, 12. § Applicants must e successfu completed a course of training Elder, Charles L. Tr. Leon Williams 341.13
East G eat Dec t = STRATA ES chr ewe KeRCGAS. ik at Erdiston College and should submit applications to the Director of Farnum, Winnifred 304.66
AS rma sts ay 3INOCULARS—A new assortment jus a ¢ a ot anes
¢ eek eee isler, ae fag Bn hi os Oboe Optical c a anes Education so as to reach him not later than the 10th of January, Flemming, Caroline . 1,645.87 |
accused Henna’ iglen, » ammo ie Rg. Hunte 7.12'52—6n 3.12,52—2n Forde, Cecelia Tr. C, Forde 839.17
nist composer and prother of|* te at cas ves 13.12,92-—2n, G . ‘ana Viola ~ &. 10.71 |
Communist leader Gerhart Eisler] BEST QUALITY FR H WINES —— — Bo Serres a. tee oes ts see . |
of “formalism” and of bad mans] (lL. Danglade & Fils) Bordeaux Superieur Gibbons, Frank Leo Tr, Maude C. Williams .. 43.09
ners Rouge, Ch: Pontet Canet, Ch: Latour DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Gibson, Inez Violet Tr. Clarence Gibson 7.17 |
. ‘ Ch: D'iquem, Chateauneuf du Pape, : b d Denne © : 4 : * 5 46 |
Neus Deuschland, Communist! pommard, Macon, Chablis, Contact your Tenders for the Supply of Skimmed Milk Powder to the Public Bir ee “ ae |
party newspaper said LEisler’s|Grocer or R. M. Jones & Co,, Ltd 6 RENAE aul, elen . bene rose 4 69 |
creations which include the Bast|Asents, Dial 2053 ae Elementary Schools | Gittens, Princess Tr. A. Gittens 44.73 |
German state’s National Anthem, eee Tenders are invited for the supply of 80 (e« f Skimmed Gittens, Sarah Isabella au o |
“show trends of formalism which] CARRIAGE Ss Dial O63. Farin poy ss hai Element ; slaw Grazette, Joseph 31. 18
he has not overcome.” In addi-| R. L. Hutson, Holetown, St, James. | a’ 1 owder for use in the Public ementa cmc Hall, Joseph E. ‘a an 26.87 |
tion,” the paper said, “Eisler fre- ee 1).12.52—2n T during the following school term Haynes, Matilda Tr. W. Haynes 13.66
quently shows personal behaviour] “pon Just been overhauled 1. 4th May to 31st July 1953 Hunte, Bertie Tr. Florence Hunte 1,063 42 |
which causes justified indigna~| and reupholstered with bh in 2 14th September to 11th December 1953 Hunte, Kathleen M. is oe 13,25 |
tion,” beautiful condition. $150, Te} ma q , ot} of Jones, Sydney Tr. William Jones 19.75
| oe = ae 7 r= 3 1ith January to 9th April 1954. King, Irene Tr. Enid Toppin 364.10 |
_ PRESH BUTTER Standard Dairy Persons tendering must quote prices, duty free; ar will Be Knight, Cyril 158.68
Dial 0163 19.12.5220 Frequired to supply the milk powder in containers holding not more Lashley, Charles .... Kis sis 9.94
| Will B p iF Anant Aa than 56 (fifty-six) pounds of mill vder eact Laurie, Mabel Tr, Agnes A. Vaughr 413.50
HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of ail! . Y=5i po . 1K pow? ach Om zaurie, Ma r Agnes . aughn .. 3.99 |
ou I C Opu ar description. Owen T Alider, 11s Roebuck It is estimated that the ave » fortnightly consumption will be Legall, Arthur Tr. Mabel L. Legall . 8.82
Yess se ‘a Strest. Dial 3200. 2 et #.™ 13 (three) to 6 (six) tons. eae Hea nd seciat rr a |
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ro yu Own Corresponder won championship’ against any}
i t > » wilh on ~ ar » . .
ugh Servite wd: weenie the| Cuuanding contender and fe wHl- AT LEAST half a dozen members of the Rockley Golf
ign §6Serville We) in Oo give oswe . Louis, ~ ar asian ala . es an rkie—

Trinidad Welterweight Champion- een he defeated to become! 27d Country Club will be well provided with Christmas | spa

hi; ght now wants the Trinidad’s first Welterweight Box-| Provisions tonight, for after eighteen holes of competition |
West Indian title. Serville, 20, is ing Champion a return at any} this afternoon six swollen hampers will be awarded to without
of ans a f re re ill — << seme a voee scored . the most successful players.
18 ich a contest ; nockout victory over St. Louis, . i.

YOMBERMERE SCHOOL have been building a strong team over leaves for Caracas, Venezuela! holder of the "Trinidad and Brit-!{ Attracted partly by’ the rich rewards for the winners,

¢; as ons and I think that the Barbados Cricket Asso- Next yeur, He declared to-day he ish West Indies Lightweight, . ™’Nners up and third place finishers and partly by the| effort
goir » be hard put to reft their application for playing |1s prepared to defend his newly Championship in the ninth round. novelty of the competition, forty players have entered. | a
} Division next season. ; 4 : Fifteen ofthese are ladies but no discrimination was shown
7 ‘ ywl I “d he champion » « 3 7
. ion Gad with tour promising lett hande | when a blind draw was made and the partnerships pro- Glittering, spotless glass,
long with the n mising playe duced. In. some cases two ladies will be playing together, ’ ' :
; ‘ n water needed — just a little
iid have as strons Hartiso in others two men, while in others there are mixed com-. "4 nowa . eal
~ la ms than th Va ee ool sohbet ike binations. Windolene spread over the glass, give it a moment to dry then
they have alreac defeated a cor d Fi '
: m the Lodge School. But . . mo | Greensomes i John Grace and E. A polish it lightly. The result is faultless, sparkling perfection.
friendly fixture which they played as legen competition will be PREP oe tae 1
K Sh Sr ek ieee }ed as greensomes — both mem-/| 1.55—Mrs esta empro and FOR WINDOWS,
FIRST INNINGS HONOU nS jbers of a pair driying off all| Frank Morgan. Ww i n d 3° i e n e MIRRORS, BATHS
FPHES ; vurs for a lead on first innings in this fixture ees, then selective drives and C. Bellamy and R,. Wilson. REGO REFRIGERATORS—IN FACT
‘ollege team wh 1 i Mr. Headles thereafter alternate shots with 2.00-—Miss Faye Atwell and R if,
il one ball. Three-eighths of th« Vidmer, CLeans Glass castly é guichly ANY GLAZED SURFACE
¢ the College 95 t I innir nd combined handicaps will be Mrs. Anne Munz and E.
c I i 1 zth of thet llowed and deducted from the Benjamin, i
de I n their vt wring medal score at the end of 2.05—C. Bayley and H. V. King. | oe
i "hey 4.30 p.m. tting Combermers eighteen holes. Mrs. Doreen Perkins and
» be made in the 5 ivailable for play. The cores | Prize hampers will be awarded } _ B. Osborne, si 8
ne tom. aril ose of pl This v rtainly i} to each of the first, second and | 2 one, Seen and Jan Nib-| bad Poli
= ; thar 1 minute ist the | third pairs. ' ock. aA Th Ha os oliece
Th yement constiti My r ( a € } Because of the large field of Mrs. R. Vidmer and Mrs. | e rpa
E Seed ts J Dp { } players and the early sunset the E. B. Williams : |
horit | first pair will be off the starting! 2.15—J. R. Sonne and Geof- | '
a eee a aN sat ; 193 Uni- }tee at 1.30 p.m., which should frey Manning. | DON TS FOR DRIVER
COIMBAT VRE oO DORAT- B RN Ma Te ' - 4 | give the last pair, starting at Mrs. Keelah King and |
KANNU GOPINATH versity student. Stylish right ,| 2.15, a sporting chance to finish K, R. Hunte.
har bat particular! rong on in some semblance of daylight. Sane ee ee Don’t let your foot rest on the clutch
he off-side. Fast in the outfield Pairings 4 dal he ; ps
t e catecl Right arm off The pairings and tarting pedal, except when you have to’ use it.
5 See ape aie dat SoA we. sme one MANICURE =
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. | Colin Thomas a : 4 ;
three Tests against England in | Mrs. Vera Manning and _ , "9 PONE a
951-52 | Mrs. Doreen Beasley 1® °
la econd highest individual } 35—Mrs. Brenda Wilson and 1 i:
: ia ed “ag 1980-81 First DRIVING a 1953 Lincoln, Chuck Stevenson (left) of Fresno, Calif., | Mrs. Muriel McDermott. | > 4 ,
re of 195 in the 105 a ¥e copped the stock car division of the Pan-American road race, averag- | N. G. Daysh and E. B.} $ ,
class» season and headed ‘cras\ ing 90 96 miles per hous for the five-day run. Steven 3 i j ‘Williams. $ ) S N $
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batting averages with 428 made|neo-pilot Clay Smith of Long Beach, Calif, won $11,628, | 1.40—Mrs. E. Maskell and W. in beautiful leather = GODDARD S RE TAURA T $
in f innings with an verage | Grannum, cases le cE
85.6 ] | J. Kellman and W.. P. .
of 85.60. Wa a Seta. of | 4 | Nurse
Indian team England “ILE AG Eh E CRICKE | NOTE }1.45—W. Atkinson and Victor Red, Blue, Black, Brown, 2 December 24th
On London corre yndent | Hunte, ete. 3

° deals with golf and tat a tenni SCRIBBLER | Mrs. C. Thomas and R. ’ iS
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€3.000 GOLF. TOURNA Meeting this week the Dispute K. Davis took 7 for 36. Belfield ht 50—Mrs. MacIntyre and L. Remarkable value! g uncheon Special

‘ "ak T aN Committee of the League award-| were 86 fo: 9 when rain stopped | paeehe : $

I ed the Dover vs. Bordeaux match | play. | Y Jewell $ J Jo, :

MATEUR golfers who neve |/to Dover. The ¢ : Vk wr go @ergnergs second. innings. See Your Jewellers @ g

A ry Piet eo i, rc The grounds of claim Challengers Defeated j Tian Beriows ‘totalled 36 to Win the = aL (of r aL ‘ot °

j é julie Made the scratch stage | were “ — Dover's second Greens making a strong bid for | match. R. Daniel scored 17 while R | ® >

; are to be catered for in a new|!nings the ball became unfit for! championship honours went down | Nurse took 4 for 20 4

ae bs ; Inlay “de > J . > own onges los same to Searles ®
Se eats aininae x British tournament. It is the pr: ane peocing da oe to defeat against Boys’ Club in the {1 eee a . go Raptr, olitipe F484 — De LIMA ?

‘ ean debhne + ss — . & Sisted on playing this | Central Division. Green full team and were dismissed for 31 .
¢ “gles Hotel King’s Course, Scotland, between October 14—17)), ‘ “a : i reens on Satur- :

: year. Thirty-two professionals will partner amateurs of up to par page Bi ae eh ne day resumed their second innings !°"Sesries scores were 98 and 71 for 5 & co., LTD. ® $

x handicap in a knock-out event. £1,000 of the prize money will unfit for play A ° sult tite and could only raise 76, thus giv- | Ge sclared, Morris 30 ‘ .
e reserved for a consolation tournament among the sixteen pairs | acvlet pIBy- AS & Ke o 'S\ing the Boys’ Club an outright | Thite ar 1s has scored 20 Broad St r
wh knocked out in the first round. The tournament is experi- |decision Notre Dame, Dover and| |victory. For the Boys’ Club L. St. |g0¢ nw ie, the season De : 5 SEASON’S GREETINGS d best wishes to
mental and is being staged as part of golf's Coronation celebrations, | Rangers are now equal in points in| v. took 3 for 13. L. Brathwaite |" Morris of Searles has taken his and at Marine Gardens ee ’ . 3 s 7 a ee $
It is proposed that the first 25 professionals in the Open Champion- / ae City re 3 and the teams! 9 for 24 and J. Inniss 2 for 20. | as wicket. =. ginegn of the y : ®
hip should be invited, plus seven others. This would leave room | graves on the semi-final are In this division Boys’ Club’s hope | * ee eee r 2 All of our Friends and Customers $
for overseas players, and it is possible that some of the American|Notre Dame and Dover. The of carrying off the championship | — Saws i = ae ~|% $
Ryder Cup team, who are playing at Wentworth earlier in the month, [nen ae take plac nk ae | lies in the chance of Greens suffer- g rs

NY aonnienta on Saturday next ecember 27, | ing another defeat by George Park, * iS g

. , . y 2. CH eSTS Sunday December 28 and January : vue . . z ®
TABLE TENNIS CHAMP RESTS Sunday I anc ary | Greens are 4 n . é - , a , :

oes , LEACH, twice world table-tennis champion, is to take a 3. rne finals et the ne ae bie tree Ne sod tie Boge teen ere eetae 29000”

mont st fro » game. For the past three years he had been | @%d Ang will commence the i. 7 % . ns
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n finds that he has gone stale, his game has lost its keen edge. ; Sunday _ and the next Saturday. ' In the Drax Hall vs Invincible ft .

Since returning from his successful summer tour of the Far East he | An application will be made for | match Drax Hall scored 148 and =
has not won a single title. He hopes that a complete rest will restore |the Mental Hospital grounds ©" 153. A Selman took 3 for 40 and 2 ¥
him for the coming World and English championships jwhich to play the finals. ‘for 13 Crichlow 5 for 33 anid 3 for | Skilfully blended—
| 5 13 Invincible’s score was 191. To | * : ®

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PURPIN-HUME BOUT U, S. Beat Italy A ther Upset \this L. Murray contributed 40 G. | patiently aged = l a

CHAMPIONSHIP ONE ae. " | Once agair ‘alcutations have! St. Hill 28 A. Sel B. Arthur 25 = me

° C Tilt lbee a al an the Ci lis! ; Divis. ‘for Drax Hall L King took 7 for | ; 3S
LONDON, Dee. 19. se » Carlisle vis~ é 4. : ;

Chairman of the British Boxing In Davis sup u ‘ion. St. Matthias’ victory against | 58. G. Brereton 1 for 45 and J. |/ = e &
Board of Control indicated that SYDNEY. Aus. Dec. 19. |Middlesex placed them one point! Scott 1 for 28. = Pi = &
the group will recognize as neW he United States clinched a,ahead on the Championship Table. | eeee ware rete Geant’ wae | = ;
middleweight champion the WiN-| cyot in the challenge round for|But as a result of last Sunday’s! first and were all out for 28. No bats = R
ner of the bout between Randy) ine Davis Cup with a straight set games Middlesex has returned to; man reached double figures. For George A:

Turpin of England and Charles ¢_4, 6—3, 6—2, doubles victory the head of the Table with two a aa 6 for 6 and 'S Ed &
Humez of France. J, Onslow Fane) ayer Ttaly, giving North Ameri- points ahead, George Park replied with 57 and | = rg
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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY

Films for children at B.C 9.00 at
Meeting, Housing Board 10.00
B.C.A. & B.C.L. Cricket Gan Ker
ington — 1.00 p.m
Choir of Blind Association Xmas
Hurd Memorial Scho Jar
— 4p.m
Reunion Dinner, Modern High Schoc

Scholars Assn., Arli Se eeene Eee cere 8.00 5

For the cause that lacks assistance, the cause that lacks assistance

For the future in the distance
And the good that I can do

Education Is More Than Book-Learning



- Havbavos

Gainst the wrongs that need resistance,

ESTABLISHED 1895

Speech Day And
Dedication Alt
Coleridge-Parry

HIS
Mr. RR. N,
Parry-Coleridge Schoo
book-learning
endeavour.”
His Excellency

beeome

EXCELLENCY,

was addressing parents and|
children at the first Prize Giving of the combined

school after he had presented the prizes.

Before the
Giving, His Lordship the Bishop
dedicated the school. Tne dedica-
tion service was conducted by the
Rev. A. J. Hatch, Rector of St.
Peter.

At the conclusion of the speeches
Mr. W. L. Greaves moved the vote
of thanks, after which the guests
were entertained to tea.

The Acting Governer saiq that
by itself, book-learning can even
be harmful, for concentration on
books to the exclusion of every-
thing else narrows the mind and
makes it pay too much attention
to the theoretical and too little
to the realities ‘of life. Above all,
they should not expect to be
spoon-fed, and should learn to
stand on their own, feet.

When His Excellency arrived

accompanied by Mrs. Turner and
Capt. W. H. A. Armstrong, he was
met by Mr. C, R. Springer, He sad- |

master of the schoo), and
bers of the Governing Body.
The proceedings took place in
the Hall, ang after the
service, the Headmaster,
Springer presented his report.
He said:—
“This is the
headmaster has
tunity of .addr

that a
oppor-

first
had

time
the



time that I have had the privilege
of speaking to any such gathering.

“T welcome you in all sincerity
Your Excellency and Mrs. Turner
have, I know, taken great interest
in all the activities of this island
and have spent a great deal of|
time in getting to know the people.
L Hope inateyou"wtt be frequent
in your visits here and that. you
sill find time to take a close in-
terest in our progress and more
especially in our needs.

In welcoming your Lordship 1}
would like to say how much we
appreciate your coming here to-
day and how fortunate we count
ourselves that, <

@ On page 3.

Marshal Tito



Wide Of Mark

LONDON, Dec. 19.

Mr. Randolph Churchill, son of
the British Prime Minister today
maintained that the Roman Catho-
lic Church was being persecuted |
by the Yugoslav Communist Party.
In a letter published in the Daily
Telegraph Mr. Ranolph Churchill
wrote; “It is reported that Mar-
shal Tito has spoken of a ‘delib-
erate anti-Yugoslav campaign |
launched in Britain by the Vati- |
can.

“The Marshal is very wide of
the mark if he really believes |
that distaste in his country for per- |
secution of the Roman Catholic
Church by the Yugoslav Commun-
ist Party is confined to Roman

Catholics or even to practising
Christians
“Religious persecution whether

of Protestants by General Franco
of France or Roman Catholics by
Marshal Tito is deplored by every-
one of liberal outlook” Mi. Ran-
dolph Churchill wrote “No one
will be deterred from expressing
his opinion freely because Mar-
shal Tito drawing on the Kremlin
vocabulary which we hoped he,
had outgrown, expresses ‘views
that they are behaving
cultured manner.’ ”
Mr. Randolph Churchill who is
a lecturer and journalist served)
for a time in Yugoslavia when he}
was in the Army during the last;

world war
—U.P.

Shot Gun Bandits | wares a

Rob Hotel Of $300

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 19.
A masked man armed with a}
shotgun early this morning held}
up the night auditor at the Belair
Hotel in Piarco and forced him to
open the cas egister. His robber
companion removed a sum esti-
mated at more than $300 and they
escaped through, thick high bushes
aback of the Hotel. The men ac-
curately timed the Hotel’s watch-
man as he made his regular round
shortly after three o'clock in the
morning.

Seconded To Col.

Secretary ‘s Office











The Gene Board of Health
were yesterday informed that Mr.
T. F. Kir f the Board
has been se i t Colonial
Secreta ft ffice perin-
tendent with effect fr January !

Yesterday Mr E. Smither
of the staff of Medical De-
partme

ing



mem-j|

dedication |
Mr. C. R.|

ing parents and|
friends in this hall and the first,

after the postpone-!

‘in an un-

speeches and Prize |

Carney Will

Lose Out To

Mountbatten

PARIS, Dec. 19

Britain emerged today from the}
Anglo-American |

Mediterranean |
undisputed |

much heralded
“compromise” on
naval commands as
master of the strategic sea
U.S. Admiral Robert B.

mands he formerly

Sixth American fleet. If Carney
| balks he can carry his request to
Supreme Allied Commander Gen-

eral Matthew B. Ridgway

'

Opposed
In the words of one

lal “Britain won”

both off the

on and

|} must now be
powerful ‘fleet
in time of
ground and
ern Europe.

Earl Mountbatten
Britain this

contented

which he

war,
alr

can lose

forces in South-

flew back to

of!

Carney‘
will lose to Britain’s Admiral Ear! }
Mountbatten the two Allied com-
headed, And
Mounthatten has authority in war-
time to ask the support of Carney’s

senior offic-
the compromise
and Carney who strongly opposed
record of
| British Mediterranean supremacy,
with a

and command of

morning carrying to
| show proud Winston Churchill the



Troops Ready For Arabs

TUNIS, Dec. 19

structed. Steam drills are being

New School
For St. Lucy:

The foundations for the



new

|plans which re-establish British} school at Half Moon Fort, St. Lucy
| Medite srranean naval superiority} have been completed and masons
|} which was challenged when|lare now working on the bases

America moved her Sixth Fleet

into that sea and
| Allies objected to
| British Admiral.
From the military view point,
however, officials said Carney now
can be certain that his “flank is
protected” for the first time by the
massive Allied organization

some Atlantic
control by a

| stretching from Gibraltar to the A road leading tothe site of the}

| Mediterranean’s eastern shores.|new school is now being construct- |

| Previously British forces operat-|ed. This is being cut through hard
' ing from Gibraltar to the Mediter-| rock and runs up a hill.

| ranean whose eastern shores were To cut the road workmen are |

{not under NATO.—U.P using drills powered by steam

, from a large Rand machine. Work

on the road was started about

three weeks ago and it is now

India’s 5-Year
Plan Approved

| NEW DELHI,
India’s first five year plan was
approved by the House and the
People—Lower House—here to-
day by 286 votes to 62 after a four
| and a half day debate.



Dec. 19.

| Prime Minister Nehru presented

a resolution to Parliament 12 days
}ago, seeking approval of the plan
which was opposed by Commun-,
lists, Leftwing Socialists, the Praja
|Party and Right Wing Hindu
groups.

The plan, which will cost
| £550,000,000 is expected to raise
the national income by 11 per-
cent by 1956. The Upper House
of Parliament—Council of State—
in which voting was also on party
line, gave its approval to the plan |
yesterday

—U-P.

| Panama Will





















This strong concrete base will
hold the first floor of the new |
school.

The old Half Moon Fort school |
accommodates only about three
classes.

airy school which is being built
on a site overlooking the Fort.

nearly completed.

| U.N. Does Not Keiser |
Of Korean Plan

PUSAN, Dec. 19.



United Nations Prisoner Of War |

Command
whatever

no — knowledge |
South Korean |

has
of the

plan to take over complete con-|

trol of prisoners held by United
Nations, a U.N. spokesman said
| today

South Korean Defence Minister,
Shin Tai Yung told a local press
conference yesterday that his
Government was negotiating with
the United Nations Command on,
the possibility of complete South
Korean jurisdiction over Prison-
er of War Command, South Ko-
rean troops are used at present as
additional security forces attached
to the Command under Colonel
Carrol V. Cadwell.—U.P

FRENCH FLOODS
DROWN WOMAN













ROAD BEING



A ROAD leading to the site of the new Half Moon Fort Elementary School is at present

It is very congested and |
will be replaced by a modern and }



SATURDAY, DECEMPR 1952

—f- -

20,

Earlier this week French forces Military intelligence said that

i Colonial troops backed by attacked and wiped out a group about 60 Tunisians wanted by
observation planes intensified of 35 armed Arabs who alleg- French ond Tunisian authorities
their watch on the 200-mile long edly penetrated Tunisia from f terrorist acts took shelter in

| desert between Tunisia and Tripoli, The 300-man Legion, t capital of the new state of
Libya to guard against the Arab organised by Tunisian political Libya whose independence was

: ry Nationalist “Ferhat Hached Le- refugees, well equipped with pr eolalna on December 24th
> . , rey . 4 \ . . rd :
= the Ne ting (rove enor, | gion” rumoured to be planning ~Italian and British weapons, is 38 + King Mohammed Ibris)
Turner, told the «hildren of the combined! new raids on isolated French believed to have been organized geet These Tunisians
6 osts. in Libya are > tec fe joined
| vesterday “never to let . : Basie te Sa
the ‘be-all and end-all’

CONSTRUCHED

|
\

being con-

used to cut out the road.

U.N. Blast Red |
Troops Centre |

SEOUL, Dee. 19
| U.N: have bombetâ„¢ ina hurled Wombs and
bullets into the sprawling Communist troops eentre
25 miles north of Kaesong today destroving at least
10 buildings and leaving the target a mass of flames.
At the same time, U.S. Sabre jets added the 32nd

M 1G 15 to their r Dee ‘ember toll of Red jets.
Le -- U.N, big guns also hurled
a heavy rain of fire last night at
six Communist “mechanical mon-
sters making their second appear~
ance on the Korean battlefront in |
U.N. forward





|

| New Column

, less than a month.
et Ge ee observers sighted two groups of
| ; ss & f motorists three strange armoured vehicles
ney MO RING NEWS lumbering near front lines on the|
called OTO rr central front near “T Bone rill” |

AND TOPICS”.
| Ken Davies veteran of
many Motoring Rallies,
will give his impressions
in this column on new
cars and will write on such
subjects as vehicle servic-
|] ‘ing, highway conditions
/| and driving technique.

Observers ordered tanks perce ne!
ed on the U.N. main line hill-tops
and artillery back of the lines to
fire at them. However it was too
dark to tell whether any part of,
the barrage scored direct hits on
Communist vehicles,

The mechanical monsters as
South Korean troops called them,
first appeared on the battlefront

‘ | near Sniper Ridge November 21st.
senhower si |

|
alien Four | sulphur Deposit

| :
NEW YORK, Dec. 19. } Discovered
MEXICO CITY, Dee. 19,

Mr. Eisenhower has ana

the following appointments: De-|

| puty Secretary of Defence, Mr.| Two United States mining men
Roger M. Kyes; Secretary of the|said they believed that possibly
Army, Mr. Robert Ten Broeck|the greatest sulphur deposit in the

Stevens; Secretary of the Navy,|world has been discovered in

Mr, Robert Bernerd Anderson;| Southern Mexico

Secretary of the Air Force, Mr. Charles Blasmahn, Manager,

Harold E, Talbott. j}and Richard Armstrong, Field
Mr. Kyes is Vice-President of! Chief of the Mexican Sulphur

General Motors and production) Company interests, said that their

and procurement executive of that; company “ig on the verge of























5 firm. Mr Stevens is Director- opening gigantic sulphur de-
Get $1,250,000 BORDE . |General of the Electric General} posits” near Minatilan in the
YEAUX, France Dec, 19. . 4 ‘ fera Cruz state. B h id
7 1G" The wors : Ino ,|Foods and Jackson Mills, Mr.| Vera Cruz state. lasmahn sali
WASHINGTON, Dec, 19 The worst floods since the) ahs ; lewe have gone down 500 feet
| wa ave eae 7 : dhe ate Anderson is an Attorney. Mr. lave gone :
Panamaniin Ambassador Rob-|second world ar threatened to); 7," c- Chet thro sulphur so far and there’s
\ Si aa te Mee a te | Talbott is Chairman of the Board}*hrough sulphur so fa 7
erto Heurtematte announced the /|devastate large areas and resi- f North A oy Agia 2 still no indication that we are
| signing of an agreement with the|/dents were told to take all pre- ~ ee Perea roe viawon and nearing the end It looks like
iChase National Bank of New|cautions to safeguard themselves ati executive of Chrysler Corpor- |. might be as big as those Texas
| York whereby the Bank will ad- their cattle and personal prop-|# vice fields” considered the world’s
abe 9 Panama $1,250,000 ; jerty, as rising water passed the} Cituiiaiains —OP. richest. —U.P.
eurtematte said that the! danger mark.
| peed will be applied by the Water from the rain swollen MR. EISENHOWER . °
; Pan pranaeee! Government “tO\ rivers of Southern Italy flooded | INVITED TO NAPLES Israeli Cabinet
Wer te ceding to the Admin.|"auses, factories and ‘elds with| NAPLES, Dee, 19. °
istration’s policy of wiping out one woman drowned, (CP) Admiral Robert B. Maney Resigns
this arrear at the earliest possible ; | chief of NATO Southern Command
moment and putting the country Al drina’ | has invited President-elect Eisen- JERUSALEM, Dec, 19.
on a sound fiscal economic basis. Queen éxandrina s |hower to attend the “Pizza Day” Premier David Ben Gurion’s
| ‘This operation represents an Condition Satisfactory to ast here December 22 and Jearn)Calition regime formally ten-
advance by Chase against the for himself that Neapolitan Pizzas |dered its resignation to President
\Hiquidation of the constitutional COPENHAGEN, Dec. 19. are superior to that concocted] Yitzhak Ben Zvi in preparation
fund and authorized by the Na-!' ze condition of Queen Alexan- oar: in New York’s Italian quar-|for the formation of a new more;
tional Assembly through the pub-/drina, mother of King Frederick | ter. broadly based Cabinet designed
lie law. of Denmark was satisfactory under} The invitation stemmed from|to end Israel’s recurrent political
Heurtematte added that nego-|the circumstances medical bul-|Mr. Eisenhower's recent statement |crisis
tiations were concluded by fisal/letin said here to-day. The bul-|that a Pizza he had in New York Président Ben Zvi then sur
authorities of Panama and doc-/letin said the 73 ygar old Queen|was better than one he had in|moned meetings of Knessit —
uments “e signed by him at|who had an internal operation on'Naples, birthplace of the Pizza, Parliament party representa-
the Ban New York offices. Wednesday passed a restful {back in 1943 tive which will ‘ool inate Mon |
. 7 ; 1p . i v v Line -
—U.P ng Hee I 6s —U.P A " ay when Ben Gurion takes the |
c jner slate before the House for a
j}vote of confidence
k W C n il M b | The reshuffled Cabinet is a
Spea er arns ou él em ers | coalition of Ben Gurion Mapai
| rty the General Zionist and
oT r Own ¢ lent attention to tha fact that a letter fletter to the Chairman of the ,the Progre ve Ben Gurion
PORT.’ OF- SPAIN. Dec 1 written to him by Honourable Committee, the letter was not ly ill retain the Premier’s post but
i The Honourable William Aubrey James, a member of the typed in my office but in another lot her ministry assignments have
iry, Speaker in the Legislati Committee asking him to post- office.” That was pe haps the Inot been announced
Co il today warned members pone presentation of the Com- only reason it happened to get | —U.P.
that the pres not the - mittee’s Report to the Council in the press, Mr. James added. |
i 1 fe discuss domestic at that meeting, to give I
ter e ( und de- rtunity to discus Mr. Speaker disclaimed that | SEES POPE PIUS
ed “I deplore er tr ter, appeared, to his surprise Mr. James’ statement came as a
ousine I pre This, said Mr. surprise to him. One newspaper | VATICAN CITY, Dec, 19
Ha ve against the Coun- he said, published the lette Pope Piu XlIth received in
I i Order Asked by .nverte commas and he te Enrique Quintan ne
I H i speaker vhether he had it with the one he 1 Pe t t (
P thing t Mir. James re- i it aie divas 4 ' f ‘ i
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Twins Separated:
One Near Death

CHICAGO,
Rodney Dee
was given the
vessel when st

De )

Brodie

forces with the Communist Arab vital blo
irgeons separ
ated him from his Siamest
twin gained strength whi
his brother hovered nea:
death, The vein which the

group to provoke agitation and

disturbances in the Tunisian
Protectorate.
No Attacks Yet

Although groups of armed

5- - ; shar
camel-riding Arabs were report- 15-montih-old twins are

before the tissue that joine



ed to be sighted in the South trem at the top of their skul

Tunisian desert, there was no a spade
ttack on French pt or oases was aerered fon a t
i bla 7 . the ¢g » for Rodne
However French troops, includ- he gift of life fe

ing the Tunisia Meharists, crack) Doctors feared that Rox

loyal camel-riding North African} Lee who was deprived of

soldiers, Spahi cavalry, and blood vessel is in a difficult i { Y, O P T
tough French legionatres, were}] position uture YY ofl.
kept on the alert, ready to} F
‘ - .

destroy any armed group pene- At 6 a.m, hospital attend l R x §
trating the desert ants said that Rodney wa in ions es Ss

In Tunis meanwhile the at- “being fed and is conscious d 7
mosphere of uncertainty pre-| They said the other twin was W il h j i . Kk + l |
vailed folowing the French “still unconscious but alive e he e e Je
Council of Ministers’ firm note They promised that a full
to the Bey. Although the note condition report would hy RAW ~ Mi

later









vas not officially divulged, it was made I W ;

. : aicott mt (
said to demand immediate action | Fs er Member of
by the Bey on two main points ne Bxecutive Committee in
“First. sign two articles of the} ithe House of A ssembly told
Freneh eae amie ee â„¢ i the Advocate this morning
gramme which Resident-Genera eor e a hat } e ,

. ‘ ‘ future ) West
Count Jean De Hautecloque said SRP cele ; ! ’ :
the Bey promised to sign on . . fOnS W re V1 :
Monday but refused, that direct connection with
In two notes to France's Presi a es ver the International Confedera-
dent Vincent Auriol, the Bey was | tion of Free Track Unions
said to have written he never} and dded that it. was his
promised to sign these articles ‘ ei ‘ ‘ — ' i eae
and asked the removal of De or arou ention mak¢ 1 full
Hautecloque. atement on the matte if
Second, send away his two ‘ a later date
: Yec, 19 é t
ons, his daughter and her hus-} Z , ROME, | “e 1h M W I returns
band Dr. Ben Salem, Former Egyptian King Farouk i nidad
According to informed Paris and his youthful’ Queen Pe ende Setend
circles, both of the Bey’s moves} ™&" tailed to attend ‘their owe ' t ar t
5 . p s \ I merican
were asked to be carried out by gala society ball here Thu ne o Organisatior orketi
next Monday. The note was said night reportedly for political rea B: .
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f f esa he com- ‘ . . rice Ur whi
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token immediately ang he would os who is making i i Pre reia a, eee
be replaced by a Regency Coun- Twe hundred and fifty gowned Dir sion of OR LT, of
cil.— U.P. jand tuxedoed guests showe -_--— jin the main ballroom of Excelsior u :
| Hotel for the party for Farouk He ( hat © Conference

. »| ti land Narriman who never showed ! vil h uture of
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e | The party was organized by ( { that the
Pier Bussetti of the Italian Trav- ori of th or fliliated
In Indo-China el Service and close friend ofjto ORI ‘ e in Latin
Farouk with proceeds scheduled |A ca I Ve ian Unions
HANOI, Indo-China, Dec, 19. to go to the Orphans Christmas e | a small ection of the
Indo-China entered the seventh} Fund. |! \ u ffiliated
year of the war and a solution is Instead George Raft was in-} 1 M ne 10 att ad the
still as far away as ever, Franco~|vited in the late evening on his | Conf d off Trini-
Vietminh troops commanded by}returm from a day's work on ala d eh ill spend the
General Raoul Salan numbering}movie set dressed in a flannel |< ri : holidays with. his
382,000 soldiers are figh’ an}shirt, checkered coat and slacks, |/ hefo ringing them
estimated equal number of Com- , over to Garbado next year
munist led Vietminh under com- : Food os sg hes - “| ay adtumrters ai
‘ .@ >] 10use—poured a an entry fee oO 314}
mand of General Nguyen Glap. | 16 99 ye head or $32.00 per| 1 aan Seen ot
Overall French troops casual-} couple | i cae Soe
ties since the beginning of the It is reported that Farouk di
war are given officially as 90,000{turbed by the premature = dis-| DIES AT 105
men while loyalist Vietminh} closure of his connection with}
troops losses since the beginning] last night’s ball, decided at the} OME, Dee. 19.
of the war are given as 400,000, last moment that his status as a} Carme Vianferoce Macedonio
~—U.P. political refugee dictated’ his ab | t i ‘ randmother of
sence, |} Rome” has died I iged 105. She
Farouk when he arrived in Italy believed to be Rome's oldest
M. Ar last July with his wife and four} n ;
childten asked the Italian Gov-j —U.P
ore rests jernment for political asylum le Ss
exchange the Italian Government |
In Casablanca expected the former monarch to|

lead a quiet,

non politi-|
cal life. 4

In one corner were 18 Christmas

peaceful

CASABLANCA, Dec. 19.



French authorities here said/trees decorated. Sixteen waiter “ s
today that Casablanca police last} },overed around hours before the Shopping Days
night ariested several more M€M=| party began to get cutlery and
bers of the Istiqual Nationalist) ohina—the hotel's finest—exactly tl > > x.
Party and trade union leaders, in place veyvore Amas
U.P.

A Fez court yesterday sentenced
an Algerian student Naim Moh-
hamed Abdel Rahman to six |
months in gaol for preaching a
seditious sermon in a mosque on |
December 12.



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Voting Rights |
For Women

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MEXICO CITY, Dec. 19. |
Mexican women took another |
step toward voting rights when

the Chamber of Deputies agreed to |
consider a bill submitted to that)
effect by President Adolfo Ruiz/|
Cortines |

The initiative calls for poraet. |
ing of two articles of the consti-
tution so that women will have
the same rights as men in elec-
toral processes. It was given a
first reading and assured of dis-
cussion in the next floor session,
More than 1,000 women were
present at today’s session and ac-
claimed Ruiz Cortines for intro-
ducing the amendments.

—UP,

N.A.T.O. Will Not
Set Arms Targets

PARIS, Dec, 19.

North Atlantic powers in a
communique summing up the|
Council meeting here said that}
the 1952 military targets of 50 |
divisions and 4,000 planes have}
In future}
however, no firm military targets;
would be set }

—(CP) p*}

Two Stabbed

PARIS, Dee, 19.









A French Algerian fatally stab-
bed two persons today before
polices bullets cut him down as he d
ran amuck among early morning

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inch blade into the chest of aj
butcher and then stabbed a cyclist}
ho got in his way as he filed.
» policemen chasing on foot ’
ce d him lock away, When iTs THE TOBA‘
rnéd on ther with the knife
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ee SEAN EEeeEE EE RREERNNNGEEENS es — — ed zoned
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acer APRIL 21 to MAY 4% (Tanru & agitiarie nee ties probable in Monte HALE 2 ; as sath . tene AUTRY
nfinite ‘ ‘ nat d € nervous guard Ss | j ALIAS the CHAME id Seale
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wap w ie Fol tems. Gent watke me «Gear Mee tiorosiiin with xtsone: wi We regret that owing t> i} re tenn Sunset CARSON KOUGH RIDERS o
; just Don't mind ew — t ahene to be better than an oversight, an advertise- f ; Wadnite Spec. Tonite CHEYENN?
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j < stating that the Centra | - .
| JUNE 2 to JULY (Cancer FEBRUARY 2 Foundry Lid. will be | BRIDGETOWN BARBAREES | oes
| with ] a am ile I D t rel guard opened to business up te Dial 2 Dial 5170 a
py ta Ra t ; A 4 vm. (To-day) Saturday aiSietimemmets ical esanerntiiear ares
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Central Emporium outy,
JULY 24 vo AUGUS1 e0)—Mai Tudor
toin a co-operative but ser compet PERE UARY @ to MARCH 2 (Pisces corner of Broad and : ru st
tive spirit. Be keyed up to want get I rs vibratior ght for new Streets. The other depart-
tight results quicker and, above r i business eking starts, monte of Centrat Foundry
spect your opponents’ knowledge c Most of day made to order | 1 lore , pyre
, ndeavours Liy!. will clove to-dsy as ss eye
ties Guians AUGUST % to SEYTEMBER 25 (Virgo usuil on. Saturdays ¥ yy +e i
: ‘ sulana Strain and anxiety are BORN TODAY: Alupiter, your SOR wager .
yrning by hurt health, upset visior steg 4 t gr us tendencies | 4 ROT
Mi DeCourcey ’ advancement. Day is on tr : judge of | Be "
t nes Christ so do your best n busine i r rs a aa
e, Christ sional affairs a >
cy e Thomp t whe a up t our tr pif. |
} Loan SAN ' . SEPTEMBER “4 to OCTOBER % Cu ersistence and foods. Avot
: ; ho SANTA CLAUS, assisted by Mr. Arthar Mayhew hands over a (Libra)—Diligent application can over- biuntness. Birtt date of: Irene 1e THE {j~
7 aes trie walides sti present to Michael Stoute at the Christmas party given by Mrs + aie ne = aoe llgprccin Se WONDERFUL
1} he . out four ol B. E. Mayhew on Sunday ' = { MARINE HO I EL
ee | T. G HOURS
. ¥ sngagements a 5 », , '
Arrivals Fronr Canada _ Engagement f hildre n’s Party } LIS ENING R j
RRIVING. fr iin WHE agement was announes VER 50 children attended a}| | LTD.
i trom inada ) ed t 1 etweer is ’ } ar g | |
Thursday morning by T.C.A. choily ere : Ze Miss Christmas party at the home| saTuRDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1952 the James St. Methodist Chureh, can| |
Mr. and raat ,, Sheila Tryhane, daughter of M { Mrs. BE, E. Mayhew on Sunday | 4.00 — 6.00 p.m, ~.53M jirten to a recording of the earlier part ' . |
¢ : \ d Mr ‘ ; Iris Tryhane of “Little Heath”, which she gave for her tegry | sock of the work on Sunday, December 21, at All rings, Compacts, iden- |
oronto who have me G . Roz ‘ . © a - 4.00 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m The 5 30 p.m. over the local broadcast The . % : . >
ontitet Ho ~ Gish ay aid i hp ae f forage ed _ ee. Daliy dervios eae Bes AN DS aE SSO DTN er the | 1 Brones tis { tity Bracelets, > ge 0 |
a : yhane, and Mi ick ar Santa aus arrived at 6 o’clock| Show Band, 5.00 p.m. Mozart, 5.15 p.m. scctior re rom . ,
Mr. Grahan G ino, son of Mr ind Mr U. J. with gifts for all. Music for Dancing Air Ev'ry Valley shall be exalted” racietey — } ( HRIST MAS DINNER $4 0
ger of Canada Buildin ‘ P ’ no of."K orth” se 7, 60 — 7.45 p.m 31.32M 49.71M Soloist: Mr. vin Harrs i e | SETA, AGH — D4.
= " F ae Ris ; ry Peenilwor ane Arrit ne Today at M2 : Chorus — “And the Glory of the Lord” | ay |
y FLOR : to rive f 1. | 600 p.m. S¢ottish Magazine, 6.15 pir By the Augmented Choir E R AVED
A rri' mm Cana Fy 1 a) eens no nae . o Me eee Trinidad In Town Tonight, 6.45 p.m. Sports Rounc Recitative Thus said the Lord Xv | DEC. 25, 7 p.m,
Thursd or zt r.C.A t ‘ t M to-day to spend the Christ-| up and Programme Parade, 7.00 pin Soloist Mr. Bruce St. Johr |
Mr. T. W. Niblett retired busi ; tt ’ +...» mas holidays are Mr. Terry Rich. | The News, 7.10 p.m. Home News fron Air — “But who may abid |
’ ’ ~ Bernadette Anderson, daughter of ards, Assistant Manager of the | Britain, 7.15 p.m. Behind the News Soloist: Mr. Bruce St FREE
nessman who has come over for the ‘Mi Evelyn Anderson and Sewing Machine Com.| ™—10-% P= SL.32M, 40.77M = Air rT good ’
wr. He expanta.tp ba hesp for date Der. Alec Actitein tebine aime Sewins. “Macht =| | | NEW YEAR’S EVE
lag? ; a : ths ee ae date — lec Anderson beesme pany’s Manufacturing Trade De-|~7 p.m. Sports Review, 8.15 i Mrs. H. Hunte |
bout x mon aS A 1 gue il engaged on Wednesday Oo MY, partment Port-of-Spain and Mr,| e¢ Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. Chi hr O thou that Tellest j
Bawden Guest Ho Hast Gerry Parsons of Trinidad Lea Stanley Carter who is also on th ‘| Chow, 9.30 pm. BBC Symphony e Augmented Choir ; | WY De LIMA
. ’ ; holds Ltd., Pointe-a-Pierre an Singer staff in Port f Sp: ©} Orchestra, 10.00 p.m. The News, 10.10 Ke For Behold, Darkness | * {) : AOD IND o
tntigua School Teacher f Mrs. D Py the eee “ rt-ol-spain. m. From the Editorials, 10.15 p.1 over the E , | ul A VAN i 4 D NER $6 W)
on of Mr oris Parsons and the Other members of the Singer] The Debate Continues, 10.30 p.m. Vari Solo t:—-Mr, Bruce St. John «& co. I ToD oy :
. PENDING holiday late Mr. George Parsot staff in Trinidad expected in| Fanfare OT ete People that walked in} > 7 us ° 6
“EIN I NG five week 1oOlldas : . seat . . darkne 9 a é
S : ee) Sitee Te fins Bernadette has many friends Barbados shortly for the Christ-| Members of the public who were u Chern For unto us a child is born Dane t Admission _ $2.00
' Mis Y Barbados nd has represented + holidays are Mr. Michaelj able to attend the full performanee of By the Augmented Choir | 20 Broad St
Postal 1 school teacher of An- ‘Trinidad against Bart n Lambert, Mr. Harold Edghill and| Handel's MESSIAH on December 16 at Volice Band — “Pastoral Symphony)”, | pa (No Fancy-Dress)
ua. She arrived during the week water polo o1 casior Mr. John Mat — -y-Dress
B ok 1 oceasic ! John Mahon. ; x . % :
\y B.W.LA. and is staying withy : j Christmas Quis | and at Marine Gardens Lounge or Evening Dress Only
: er and sister-in-iaw,â„¢ Story Hour For. Childran On F ID Table Reservations: TEL. 3513
2 F. FE. Pestaina, Rector of St O T of over two hundred entries
Citi nd Mrs. Pestain PTOHE Childs Christn stor Mr G. E. Maxwell, of e
Hour take place in tl Mullins”, St. Peter, is the lucky LONDON. ding on his behalf, made several |
uvenile Department of the Public winner of the $60.—(sixty dollars) Ex-King Farouk has been buy- expersive purchases at the sale of | O° ae Ww
Library on Monday, December 22 cash prize given to the Ist correct | ing Victorian coloured glass paper- Lady Dugan ction at So-} 1953 SEA!
{ 1, All childr 1 ted@ or nearest correct answer ,} weights in London. A dealer, bid- thov's L.E.S, | 3 | i - e
Y uild r e invited ¢ : n " bs ec answers to the a | i Spend The Regular Saturday Dinner
r ad te ing along thirty-two Quiz Questions, These ———— | Sunday at Dance ill C 1
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4 the Police Band will Running a close second and third | |. 4.45 & 8.30 and tere I 7 tor Spey }
present a programme of Christ- came Mrs. K. S. Yearwood, of ats ony Republic Do on Joubl ‘ & HOT iI,
music t the Hastings Rocks “Villa Nova", Rockley Terrace, and Uhiversal. Presents: (eet) Rex Allen Universal Double
on Pue sday December 23 at 8 Mrs. Hilda Dash of “Windale”’, re mh GRAND ma ah fcaeslie’ |
.m There will be Christmas Deacons Road. FRANCIS GOES ” a si .
carol solos etc Congratulations to Mrs. G. E.}| TO WESTPOINT Ver me ‘ ain UTAH WAGON | : :
a . Maxwell: to the others, congratu- Starring John Carre TRAIN T AIN’ A A swim and a drink
Por The Winter P ; re arring 1 IN'T HAY |
lations and ‘better luck next time’. | Donald O'Connor & and and “Down the Hatch”
ee ot The Cash Prize of $60,.— (sixty | francis the Taliciy ‘ : EX ng
te ie ULES RR S sip Mile ANGEL IN EXT A
M \ : HARLES MERRILL, a dgiiars) was contributed by the a a | and the |
regular visitor to the island, yarjous advertisers who took part Extra searing MANHUNT CODE OF THE) and then | 09004%>>0OO0O9599090900
arrived -here on Wednesday from in Alpha's Christmas Qui 2 Reel Musical John Carrol With ees \‘
the U\S.A. via Puerto Ric , , : mas 12. Rus Morgan & Hb Adele Mara ie one Fie LAWLESS Enjoy the Sunday > ;
B.W.LA,. and ie stayi i 0 ae Congratulations Ore and latest fo-Day at 1.30 pam James. Bel Starring z . >
“W.LA,Y ¢ staying at his wine news reel , ' ee. 1 Fuzzy Knight “7 y “eles e a
ter homie, “Canefleld House’, st. A *ONGRATULATIONS to Mr, E, |——S-———— | sanpré pars d-Nite Special Kuby ceant |) BUFFET LUNCHEON 3 z
Thomas M. Shilstone who celebrated | Mid-Nite Tonight pat en Monday & Tuesday mM (6 >
| hie Rae i , ef an | Double and Poe i 430 & 8.20 . | $2.00 per Person 4
SNe is 43rd birthday on Dec. 19 anc Tim Hol Doakle . 2
Flying Barbeeune to Mr, Don Chase who celebrated | McDonald Carey MADONNA OF Richard Marty, (eoHUNGRY HILL > ®
his 56th birthday the same day Maureen O'Hari THE DESERT , [ With e 2 ;
A EMBERS of , ; > i in Mid-Nite Tonight “AW OF THE | Dennis Price \® 2
NA THER Ay Fe Barbados Regulor Visitor COMANCHE Bb. itor BADLANDS) yargaret Lockwood “See you at i2 3
fi a plan Club are {’ A. k. NORCROSS of Can TRTETORS WINCHESTER 78 and and 7 , \> *
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{ ! holiday The date nee tv ada who has _ been visiting BUCCANEERS ana any with 2 a wewrenae The St. Lawrence Wie 3
| : for Decernber 27 Ne Barbados for the past twenty-five deanna aaa om ; s ma ; I \ndrews lohn Wayne ove AN z e
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I r isked to pay on arrival, ') back again. He arrived on Wed- _— SS SFB IS iS ;
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ment of our ceremony, you were
sti able to find a space among
your many appointments to fit us
in.

“We are glad to have so many
with us here today and our only
regret is that owing to lack of
accommodation we could not in-
vite all those who expressed the
desire to take part in this most
important event in the life of this
school. That seems almost ironical
‘when you see empty chairs.

“Ladies and gentlemen you see
before you an angry man. I do
not mean by that a man who has
lost his temper, but one, who,
after many years of practising
patience in the presence of small
boys, is now in danger of losing
patience with grown ups.

Perhaps when I have had more
experience of the ways of the
official mind I will be sympathetic
with officialdom. I pray, however,
that I will never become acquies-
cent and tamely put up with the
actions of those to whom a school
is another government building
merely another item which has
cost more than was estimated and
can wait till a more convenient
time to be completed.

“T will not attempt today to give
you a history of the schools from
which we quite recently drew our
pupils. The information that 1
have is scant and I am making an
appeal now to all who can give
any information about the Cole-
ridge or the Parry school to let
me know. We would like to be
able to write a history of the
school.

“I am not competent to say
anything about the architecture of
these buildings, but I do say that
it is impossible that any teacher
or educationist of experience
could have had, any say in their
design and arrangement.

“This school has suffered many
disadvantages and I have asked
my staff to work even harder than
usual to offset some of the ill-
effects which I hope will become
clear to you as I proceed.

“In January of this year the
pupils of the Coleridge School and
the Parry School entered this
building. That was at the begin-
ning of the second term of the
academic year. That meant that
two staffs had to adjust them-
selves to each other and to two
sets of pupils, while teaching boys
who had reached different parts
of their respective syllabuses and
who were using two different se‘s
of text books. The results which
were achieved in the examination
in July reflect great credit on the
staff and pupils who worked under
such conditions and under twa
headmasters in a period of six
months.

“T came here in April of this
year to find the buildings not
completely furnished and that
there was little money left.

“T have to thank Mr. T. E. Went
for his ready co-operation in pro-
viding many little conveniences
and especially in )roviding very
quickly a set of benches for this
hall.







This hall is a delightful little
building. I say little advisedly

because this school was. planhed
to permit the doubling of the pres-
ent number of its pupils and this
assembly hall will be unable to
accommodate the parents. Let us
travel some distance away to the
headmaster’s office, which is
placed nearly ss far from this
assembly hall as it was pos-
sible to do. If it is raining it will
be very wet. The only furniture
in that office when I took over this
school was one old school desk.
Furniture has been ordered but is,
so far, not paid for. There is no
money.

“By now, some of us must be a
little worried because this report
shows signs of becoming a tale of
woe. Be patient; there is more
to come, but I will try to spare
you the more harrowing details.

“Our playing field is in bad
shape. There is little topsoil and
there are several out-croppings of

rock. We have not done much

with it. There is no money.
“The desks and chairs with

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nished consisted p
from the Parry and
Schools, some of which were
ready on their last legs. There is
only one comment I need make on
some of the new style chairs: It is
literally possible for a small boy
to remove a leg with his bare
hands.

“Perhaps your Excellency, after
partaking of much needed refresh-
ment, would like to visit our fur-
niture morgue. Perhaps you will
say buy new furniture. There is
no money.

“Last term it became clear that,
since no estimate had been made
of the requirements of this school,
a supplementary vote would be
necessary if we were going to
make an improvement in our con-
dition and provide expansion as
planned. Accordingly an estim-
ate of our expenditure for the cur-
rent year was presented. Nothing
has been granted so far. I can
only hear talk of the five year de-
velopment plan. I am sure that
architects of
the plan could not have in-
tended to stop our present devel-
opment. But up to the present the
chief result as far as secondary
schools are concerned, and espec-
ially with respect to this school,
has been to halt us dead in our
tracks.

“Talking of development: Most
people, with whom I have dis-
cussed it, feel that a headmaster
should live on the school premises.
A house for the headmaster of this
school was not even suggested as
an item to be considered within
the next five years.

“Last term 110 boys sat an en-
trance examination at this school
That was after eliminating 8-year
olds. Of these over fifty were told
that I would take them as svon as
I could obtain money for addi-
tional] staff and furniture. These
boys have already lost one term
and parents are complaining that
not only are their sons getting old-
er but that they are in some cases
deteriorating.

Bus Service

“There is another matter which
IT hope will get the utmost pub-
licity. Our bus service. Some time
ago I complained that some school
buses were overcrowded and the
Director of Highways and Trans-
port agreed to look into the mat-
ter. Accordingly at the beginning
of this term, after finding that a
school bus left Speightstown with
67 mixed passengers, I wrote to the
Department of Highways and
Transport and inspectors were sent
who found 61 on one bus.

“I was told that there were five
teachers on the bus and that teach-
«rs were not allowed to travel on
the school buses, Also that three
children were allowed In tne space
allotted to two grown-ups, so that
a bus which would normally carry
say 36 passengers could take 54
boys and girls,

“By a species of mathematics
which is difficult to follow the five



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Coleridge



teachers were converted to seven |

children and then subtracted from
61 to leave 54. This proved that if
the teachers were removed the bus
would not be overloaded: In the
meantime I was asked to co-op-
erate with the bus concessionaires
by asking those pupils who did not
travel all the way to use the regu-
lar bus service from Speightstown,
T do not know whether this service
was adequate.

“I appeal to teachers and par-
ents to ask themselves whether
1) teachers should not ride on
a school bus and (ii) whether an
average of about eight boys and
girls should ride on a normal bus
seat, Remember, this is not an
{infant school. Most of our pupils
occupy nearly as much space as
an adult.

“During the year we were visit-
ed by the Director of Education
who kindly consented to distribute
certificates to those boys of the
Parry and Coleridge schools who
were successful in the G.C.E. ex-
aminations in July, 1951.

“Our thanks are due to Mr.
Aubrey Douglas-Smith who ad-
dressed the senior pupils of the
Coleridge and Parry school and
the Alexandra School on Modern
English political History. We were
also glad to see Miss Betty Griffith,
the acting Librarian, and Miss





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ht through the
» British Council
and the Department of Social Wel-
fave. The boy f this school were
allowed time off to attend the
Girls’ Interschool Sports They
enjoyed themselves and hope that
it wil] be an annual fixture

“I would like to take this oppor-
tunity of thanking Mr. Maurice
Jones and the management of the
Globe Theatre for providing the
opportunity for our boys to see
the film “Ivanhoe”. Our pupils
can very seldom manage to see a
good film or a good play.

“We have to thank Mrs. O’Neale
of Whitehall for the gift of a book
shelf and many valuable books; as
well as the British Council for the
gift of prize books and the loan of
some of the chairs on which y@u

re now sitting.

The other chairs belong to the
Legislative Council and to
bermere School whose headmaster
very willingly consented to assist
us. We are also thankful to Miss
Kellman of the Alexandra School
for the loan of a piano

“Several cricket matches were
played including one between the
present boys and past pupils of the
Parry and Coleridge schools.

“Talking of cricket reminds me
of two things. First, that, games
fees at this school are contributed
on a voluntary basis. I would like
to see them incorporated in the
nermal school fees. Secondly, that
it was reported to me that an un-
authorised cricket match was
played on our grounds on a Sunday
afternoon by persons unknow?

peare’s Twelfth
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Come.



Co-operation Of Staff

“The staff have willingly co-
operated in all the activities of the
school. We extend our sympathy
to Mr. J. 1. Smith and his relatives
Mr. Smith is ill and has not been
able to attend school this term
and will not be able to be with us
for at least another term. He has
been teaching for 33 years and has
never had leave. During his ab-
sence Mr. R. deV. Archer has been
acting as his substitute. In the
meantime Mr. Yearwood has been
performing the duties of deputy
headmaster.

“Our congratulations to Mr. L.
Barker who sat the examination
for the degree of Bachelor of Arts
of the University of London and
obtained second class Honours in
History

“During last term we were visit-
ed by Mr. G. M. Crick who is a
member of the staff on leaye—
without pay—and whom we ex-
pect to return from the University
College of the West Indies next
year








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Coleri



red eleven
bo | obtain-
ing 2 Parry School
entered s took 49
papers, obt« Mathe-
matics showe st result. I

will return to that later In 1952
this school entered twenty-one
boys for 145 papers and obtained
76 passes. One boy, C. E. Jordan
who had been involved in an acci-
dent, result could not
attend school for the whole of the
summer term took only the mathe-
matics paper and was successful
These results show a percentage
of passes of 54.6. Such calcula-
tions mean little since it is possible
to obtain nearly 100% by entering
only those pupils whom one is al-
most certain will pass.

and as a

It is appropriate here to say a



few words about this new exam-
ination. Some people are under
the impression that because it 1s
possible to obtal certificate ina
Single subject t the examina-
tion is easier than the old one. The
reverse is the case. In the first

place boys are not permitted to
concentrate only on their favour-
ite subjects; and secondly, the per-
centage mark required is roughly
the old credit standard.

“There is a system for deter-
mining the pass mark, which ap-
pears to be still in use which has
the effect that the higher the
standard of the work produced by
tke candidates, the higher is the
pass mark. Take mathematics to
which I promised to revert. “This
year the pass mark in mathematics
Was approximately 55%, which
seems reasonably high. In Scrip-
ture the pass mark seems to have
been between 35% and 38%.

“I was rather sorry to see that a
pass in Mathematics was required
for entry into the public service,
There is one boy in this school
who failed only in mathematics in
which subject he obtained 53.5%.
I would like to see the rule re-
jaxed as I am sure that head-
masters and the Education Depart-
ment would willingly supply the
marks obtained.

“Two of our boys E. L. Sandi-
ford and I. E. Collymore have been
accepted at Harrison College and
are now members of the Sixth
Form. Collymore wo@ a Senior
First Grade scholarship from a
large field. He is to be congratu-
lated



Scholarships

“A word about scholarships and
exhibitions. This term we had 209
boys on the roll of whom 63 were
being assisted with their fees. In
some cases a certain amount of
harm is being done because their
parents are poor and school fees
are a small part of the enst of







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| am making here an appeal t
jing exhibitions t
effort to provide assist-
least with books as has
1e in some other schools
peal also to parents t
make every effort, in spite of the
ird times, to see that theif sons

e to this school well provided

th textbooks

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chool is to play its full part in the
1 of this island its work
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plan for the education of



the people of this island

That plan, if it exists, is not
clear. I would like the elementary
to co-operate with me in
that their work and ours

ools
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ll be complementary. As far as
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suld not be necessary for us to
ver very much of the ground-

work which is the proper province
f the elementary school.

The co-optration which I have
poy far got from the staff and Gov-
Ping Body leads me to hope that
this schoo] will progress even fur-
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the other schools did in the last
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and their parents will continue to
consider this their school and do
in their power to make it one
Barbados can be

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proud.’

The headmaster ended by wish-
ing all those present a very happy
Christmas.





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sod eo the Advooute Co. LAG, Broe@ ..., Sridgetows
Saturday, December 26, 1952
“MARKING TIME~
4 4 rs a 4 4
HE fear that the West Indies would in
ir. Bustamante’s picturesque phraseology
“he : on the doorstep” at the Com-
ealth Economic Conference
prove in one sense at least, to be ground
f by a picture published in the Times
a" lon on December 11. There in the
midst of all the Prime Ministers, Finance
M ters and Government officials present
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no major issue ted while the s r
member of the Executive Committee
absent from the island. Barbados does not
necessarily suffer from these periods of
political quiet.

There is a school of thought which be-
lieves that things run just as smoothly
here without too much political action and
some even consider that th wou run
better without any political action at all

The fact remains, however, that a
political party was returned to power
under adult suffrage at the elections
one year ago and that the predom-
inant voice in governing Barbado
since then has been Mr. Adams’
Apart from Mr. Adams’ frequent absences
from Barbados throughout the year now

ending, he has had until quite recently no
government office from which to operate
This defect now been remedied and
Mr, Adams can today have access to gov-
ernment files and have discussions with
senior government officials in the Public
Buildings instead of having to take back
large numbers of files to be swotted up as
homework,

If the system of ministerial status is de-
veloped in Barbados (and it seems certain
to be) other members of the Executive
Câ„¢mmittee will eventually be compelled
to seek office accommodation in the secre-

has





tariat where they can get a grasp of the
official correspondence and minutes deal-
ing with affairs for which they are re-



sponsible. The experiment in party gov-
ernment in Barbados has obviously been
pushed ahead far greater attention
being paid to the trappings and pomp of
political power than to the details of organ-
isa without which the experiment
presents only a shop-window front while
the rea] business is conducted somewhere
f Barbados in fact, despite adult
suffrage and despite the political power
shared by the General Assembly and
Legislative Council, is still governed by the
Governor, Executive Council and Execu-
tive Committee, and although the mem-
bers of the Executive Committee appoint-
ed from the General Assembly can and do
play leading roles in the deliberations of
this executive body their power is limited
If the title of minister is to be given to
members of the Executive Committee ap-
pointed from the General Assembly the
sovereignty of the Executive need not be
any more limited than it is at present

Nobody can really believe that the

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ernment of Barbados could be carried on
at all if during the frequent absences from
the island of one or more ministers, the
Executive was reduced to the same state
of “marking time” whicl been cor
picuously noticeable’ in e Genera
Assembly whenever Mr. Adams has been
absent this year Mr. Adams’ return to
Barbados this wéek is likely to be of some
reaso! lugation, but already it is cer-
tain that he will be returning to London
n the first half of 1953 as a representative
at the theorni conference on West
Indian Federation and he has been already
named a of Barbados’ representatives
at Her Maje Coronation in June. Be-
le his politic activities which are
direct ( vith | key position
i the « ment of th island, Mr
OC es ¢ ted positions in inter-
l ms concerned with
an He is a mem-
he ee of Experts on the
Application rnational Conventions
(1.L..0.) and represents Barbados and the
West Indic councils of the Interna-
tional Confederat f Free Trade Unions
In the Caribbean, tdo, | ictivities as a
member of the Caribbe Commission
and as member of the Council of the
University College of the st Indies and
as member of the Executive of the Regional
Economic Committee occupy some of his
time,

In Barbados, t he editor of a trade
union publication, Pre ent of the Barba-
dos Workers’ Union, and President of the
Barbados Labour Part One*may well
ask whether any oth« in in the
whole history of the i ever been
engaged in so many act

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crea mber of Barbad vever

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morrow in London, I haul yy ‘ ate
arrive in Rotterdam by th: 4.* a Sg
of this week, and 1 hope to SUUral —_—
have a little rest there unt 1 _ eons
am sailing off in a few days. Sir Ern
If 1 could fudge about tili 1 Of Lone . 7
will be done with my busine anti-spy feeling oo Gmese « me
you could get me on the tnat Sir John Simon, who led
station, but % is.very hard to prosecution, had to tell the
tell. Expecting you are pre- july at the outset of the pro- r
pared for me, 1 remain, ceedings that defence counsel was sion that
KUEPFERLE.” only carrying out his profes- question now,” he , and then
At this time there of sional duty in appearing for the looking steadily a prisoner,
course, a postal censorship in prisoner, and he had to remind he added, “It is first ques-
operation in London, and it paid them that it was “the proud tion. Mr. Kuepferle, but it will
special attention to correspon- boast of the English Bar that the Glso be my last question.” He
dence directed to neutral coun- help which a barrister could then passed on to other matters
tries, Kuepferle’s } e t t e*r was ‘honourably give should not be and had not finished his cross-
picked out by an examiner, who denied to any man.” examination when the court rose
was suspicious of its wording, , for the day
The censor sent the letter to the ,J% ,opening the case against Earlier next morning the
chemical laboratory to be. tested Kuepferle Simon also told the prisoner was found hanged in his
for possible secret writing, jury that, when in Brixton jail, cell. He had tied a scarf round
the prisoner had been given his neck and. with the aid of two
Invisible link writ ng paper 80. that he could jiprary books on which he had
; write to his soli itor, He had im- stood, had affixed the scarf to
The tests immediately revealed pudently used this to send 4 the end of the ventilator on the
the existence of a message, Message to a prisoner in an ad- ceiling He had also written a
which had been written in in- Joining cell. Statement in English on a slate.
visible ink between the lines of “The whole of Belgium is in In this last message he de«
the visible handwriting. our hands and no longer exists,” cjareq himself te be a native of
The message referred to the he wrote in one of these Jnes- Baden in Germany and “a sol-
position, type, and numbers of sages, “Oh, if I could only be at qier with rank.” which facts he
warships which the writer had Front again for half an haq not shed to mention be-
seen in the Irish Channel when h ALI fore. “I can say that I have had
approaching Liverpool. It also There were also references to .















revealed details of the equipment the use of poison gas in Flanders dom,” he added, “but I am un-
nd date of departure of a force and the fact that he really was oble to stand the strain any
ich was shortly to leave for a soldier. Alj very strange state- longer and take the law in my
the Front. It ended with the ments for an American commer- own hand.” *
word “I have been up to the cial traveller to express, com- Thus the Attorney-General’s
present twice held up for pass- mented the Attorney - General jeading questién was answered
ports and must be quiet for a drily but in a way that no one. in
while.” The reference here seems “Now, if you write messages in court expected,
to indicate that he had been lemon juice to which formalin .
questioned by immigration or haS been added,” continued the —World Copyright Reserved.
secu officers prosGcuting counsel, “most school- Next Saturday: The Portuguese
Meanwhile, after posting the boys know that the words be-

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Continued From Yesterday in Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Trinidad and in agricultural co-cperative
Processing operations are also and Tobago, and British Guiana. societies nearly twice as many.
conducted by the marketing de- The West Indian Conferer Loans from the Agricultural Bank
partments in some of e terri- given considerable attenti to the Agricultural Credit Societies
torie tockfeeds, lime oil, lumber, three incentives to peasant - in 1951 amounted to ten times the
pilot canning plant in culture, land settlement, agr - 1938 figure. Food crop loans ir-
Jamaica; pigeon peas, tomatoes, tural credit, co-operatives In all creased from $28,883 in 1943 to
weet potatoes in Puerto Rico; a these respects some progress has £267,197 in 1951, and. livestock
cotton ginnery and muscovado heen made in the territories, loans from $12,727 to $121,298. In
€ in Nevis; a cotton ginnery OVE 1938 the Agricultural Credit Bank
1 Montserrat; plantain flour, soap _ The Land Law of Puerto Ri dvanced $1,000 to two berrewers
nd oil factories in British Guiana; CDacted in 1940, set up a Land on mortgages; in 1950, $485,500
tockfeeds in Trinidad and British ee to control the lands was advanced to 20 borrowers.
“uiar “im Jamaics ¢ ». acquired from sugar *orporation
we n 2 ae Ppa er which had violated the law re- In British Guiana, where there
stockfeed, which combined eoconut Stricting such corporations to a are 27 co-operative banks, loans
meal with imported mineral and â„¢&ximum of 500 acres There are in 1950 were :pproximately nine
protein ingredients in accordance "OW 63,866 acres in land settle- times the fig@Pe for 1938, whilst in
with formulae prepared by the â„¢ents, and over three million Surinam ten times as much credit
Department of Agriculture. The dollars have been spent on this was available n 1950 as compared
British Guiana Marketing Organi- brogramme since 194) with 1938. In Jamaica, credit
satior prepared 242 tons of Land settlement has also pro- made avail able by the Agricultural
b: nced rations for livestock ceeded considerably n British Loan S ties Board declined
whict was ld to farmers at Guiana and Surinam. In British from £197 in 1940 to £147,872
prices far below those they would Guiana, 175 acres were acquired.jn in 1949. Loans made for fqod
ordinarily have had to pay The 1938 2nd 6,039 in 1952; the total production however, stood at
Marketing and Fisheries Divisions @¢reage in land | tl lent was £21,830 in 1940 and £169,073
of the Department of Agriculture 3,912 acres in 1938 and 20,548 in in 1949
in Trinidad and Tobago, with the 1950, expenditure on land settle- Cooperatives
sistance of cotton seed mea] Ment increased from $114,556 t9 Considerable progress’ has also
purchased from the Leeward $405,924. In Surinam, the ac reage been made in the co-operative
Islands, rice by-products ' acquired increased from 3.336 movement. The number of societies
chased from British Guiana acres in 1938 to 16,951 in 1951 increased in Puerto Rico from 47
rice husks purchased Iccal penditures totalled 900,000 fic in 1946 to 158 in 1951, when the
disposed of 1,287 tons of feeding between 1938 and 1944, membership was 30,700, and the
stuffs in 1950, 2,460,000 between 1944 and 1 volume of business $24,726,000. Of
It is often said that the economy In Trinidad and Tobago there the societies in 1951 approximately
of the Caribbean will were 1,571 small holdings up tor one-third were credit unions
remain primarily agricultur 1937 with 1 acreage of 1,917 Marketing co-operatives almost
there is a vast difference be acres between 1941 and 1951 doubled in the period; membership
an agricultural economy expor , 1446 new holdings were estab- jn 1951 was 13,500 and the volume
raw n cialg and an agricultural lsh with a tetal acreage of of business $18,432,000. There were
economy processing its raw 2,293 uM » . two co-operative sugar mills which
terials both for local consumy Agricultural Credit milled 6% of the sugar production
and for export. It thi A good example of the progress of the island, 3 tobacco co-opera-
characteristic which constitute the provision of ag tives which handled over one-hal
ne of the most gnificant change iit facilit of the tobacco crop; one coffee
in Caribbean thinking and practice and Tobago, co-operative which handled about
ring the past decade. Even thi 54 agricultural credit one-half of the coffee crop; one
however, do« not represent the th a membership of cotton co-operative which handled
f extent of the change Th agricultural co-opera- n t of the cotton crop; a fruit
cigaretts prod e e Carib- with a membership vege Je co-operative, a
ean, the textile manufactured 951 there were four | r erative and a co-
the beer brewed are all -pro- my agricultural credit tiv ef, These co-opera-
i essed fr f increase of rga tions handled in 1949
‘ ural co-operative abx ne-tenth of the total agri-
( 950 ec i of land



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Monday—Trut! ger thar t
2 that I am often sur-
hings I see around me. |!










was

the spot where the
free i

into the careenage
ite writ on the
the noonday heat
sensational words

no





antage of me——
represent the two

advan-

mn

reen Kensington
It’s time it was

* *

trying understand
whether the sign “Caution Men Work-
” is meant to be sarcastic. Normally
men working, but when-
sign there doesn’t seem
to be a single man in sight. SoI am left
to conclude that the men are working
somewhere else. Why then the sign?
Even more puzzling is the notice in-
forming all and sundry “Danger Open
Manhole”.~ This may of course be a mis-
print for “Danger Man! Hole open” But
why not save time and say simply “Dan-
ger”. I suppose it’s all due to this aca-
demic education we are always reading
about. Worst offenders of all the notice
placers are the gentlemen who tell you
to “keep left for the Bridge”. There must
be hundreds of people like me who
“keep left” only to discover that they
are not going over the Bridge at all but
straight up St. Michael Row or down tc
the city. The motorist gets so accus.
tomed to the sign “Keep left” which he
finds all over the island that he “keeps
left” and then thinks about it. I won
der if the BAA can follow this or maybe
I’m the dunce. Maybe! but you’ve got
to make allowance for dunces haven't
you and its unlikely that I’m the biggest
one running around loose,

*

Wednesday—I am convinced that the orchid
circle uses a black background for its
orchid display for commercial reasons.
Orchids make beautiful wreaths and the
black background is so funeral. Per-
sonally I find it depressing and would
much rather see my orchids in a scarlet
or white setting. What if the white gets
soiled? Water though short for the
Fountain still gushes freely and often
wastefully from hundreds of free road-
side cocks and Barbados exports soap
So what are we waiting for? A change
of heart.

* * *

Thursday—! still cannot make up my mind
whether the old goat in the corner was
laughing at me or whether he was try-
ing to tell me‘a dirty joke, Anyhow he
laughed, out loud as I went by. Later
on-I-wondered-whether he was rejoicing
because of the very poor turn-out of
dairy battle. Or maybe he didn’t like
his feed.

to

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aq
1a

ever I see this



Friday—The official perplexity about my
gender reminds me of J. B. Morton’s im-
mortal poem “The Horse”, This is so
short that I can hardly quote any of it
without quoting all but here with ack
nowledgment are some verses.

“George Eliot was so like a horse
That bookies on the Gatwick course
Shouted the odds against her when
She came there with some gentle-
men: :
But doubt creeps in.
The Floss”
Was never written by a hoss.”
No; or as my second son would say “by
nobody neither Nor.”

* *

Saturday—To my utter horror I find that
there are four fountains in Queen’s Park
which do not play. This that
there will be five fountains not flowing
when the Princess Royal arrives next
month, What a shocking welcome for
the Queen’s Aunt from a colony which
boasts of its connection with her family
Ah well it'll all come out in the wash
Anyhow Christm

1as 1

“The Mill on

means

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DECEMBER

20. 1952



Driver Appeals Against

Commissioner Of Police

Renewal Of Licence -

Refused By Police

In the Assistant Court of Appeal yesterday Their

Honours Mr.
adjourned until January 9

H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell

next year a complaint which

Harcourt King a lorry driver of Porey Spring, St. Thomas
brought against the Commissioner of Police in which it
was stated that the Commissioner ‘of’ Police had refused
to renew King’s driver’s licence.

day

Counsel in the case yeste
were Mr. E. K. Walcctt Q.C., asso-
ciated with Mr, J, E, T. Brancker
for King while Sgt. Forde attached
so the Traffic Branch at Central
Police Station is appearing
agent for the Commissioner
Police.

After the Commissioner of Pol-
ice had made his decision, King
took the matter to Police Magis-
trate Mr. H.*A. Talma_ who con-
firmed the decision of the Com-
missioner of Police. King thea ap-




as

of

pealed against Mr. Talma’s de-
cision.
Before the evidence was taken

in the case Mr. E. K. Walcott spoke
on the point of King’s right to
appeal. He said that the Court of
Appeal had the right to deal with
@ny decision made by a_ Police
Magistrate. This should be regard-
ed as the law of the land and as
the Court of Appeal was a senior
Court the jurisdiction should not
be taken away from it.

His client's right tq appeal was
clearly set out in the Court of Ap-
peal Act.

Sgt. Forde told the court that
where there was no conviction or
fine there should be no appeal to
the Court of Appeal, under the
Road Traffic Act. Their Honours
ruled that King had a right to
appeal.

Harcourt King told the court
that he applied to the Commission-
er of Police for a renewal of his
driver’s licence and it was not
issued to him. He was a licenced




driver for about 16 years and in
1950 he handed his driver's licence
to an Inspector of Police after he

was involved in an accident.
Medical Certificate
Since that time he had applied

for a licence and also produced
medical certificates. His licence
Was not suspended by a court of

law. In answer to Sgt. Forde, King
said that in 1950 he was involved
in a fatal accident. On the morn-
ing of the fatal accident he had no
tea and that caused him to have
a “black-out” while driving.

He was examined by Dr. Ward
who asked him if he suffered from
fits. He told him no.

Since he handed in his licence
he had seen Major R. A. Stoute
and produced medical certificates
to him which showed that he was
fit to drive.

In the Lower Court Major R. A.
Stoute, Deputy Commissioner of
Police said that King was involved
in a fatal accident in 1950. Since
the accident King had approached
him with medical certificates but
he (King) refused to be examined
by a Police Medical Officer. Under
the circumstances it was suggested
that a licence should not be
granted.

CASE DISMISSED

His Worship Mr. G.
Acting Police Magistrate
frict “A”, yesterday
without prejudice a case brought
by the Police charging 24-year-
old Cuthbert Beckles of Westbury
Road, St. Michael, with the larceny
of a bicycle valued at £10 the
property of Owen Sealy of Nelson
Street.



B. Griffith,
of Dis-
dismissed

The prosecution called = on
four witnesses in an_ effort to
prove its case, alleging that the

offence was committed on Feb, 28.

Prosecution witnesses said that
after Beckles had taken up a bi-
cycle from outside a shop in
Cheapside Road, he carried it to a
bicycle shop and had it altered.

Under’ cross-examination by
Mr. Niles, counsel for Beckles, two
witnesses said that they were not
sure if the bicycle in court was the
bicycle they saw Beckles with.

His Worship ruled that the evi-
dence was not strong enough to
convict Beckle*

14 DAYS IN JAIL

Cuthbert Cutting, an agricul-
tural labourer of Lodge Road,
Christ Church, was sentenced to
14 days’ imprisonment with hard
jabour and Eikel Reefer, another
agricultural labourer was fined £5
when they appeared before His
Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Police
Magistrate of District “B’” on
Thursday charged by the Police
with the larceny of sugar cane
valued at 10/- from Bannatyne
Plantation on Dec. 17.

Both men pleaded guilty of the
charge. Cutting had three previous
convictions. Reefer is to pay his
fine in 28 ee or there is an alter-

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Pressure On
Post Office
Is Heavy

Christmas Pressure in the Post
Office is as heavy as usual in all
classes of mail,

Extra staff has been taken on
and the postal service has moved
smoothly in top gear to cope
with the additional volume of
mail

Once again the Colonial Post
Master appeals for the co-opera-
tion of the public particularly

householders who
to keep the
to answer
he has a
do,
During the past two weeks
3,551 bags of mail were received

are asked NOT
postman waiting, but
his call promptly as
great deal of work to

from overseas, of which 1,513
were intransit to other West
Indian Colonies.

The bulk of the outgoing
surface mails was dispatched
during the month of November
and early this month. Parcel

mail has been particularly heavy
with 1,616 bags,

Agricultural
Development

@ From Page 4

There were no co-0 peratives in
British Guiana in 1938 and 1944
in 4902 Lnere were 183 of which
2 were marketing co-operatives
and 32 credit unions. The total
membership was 6,121, and the
volume of business $148,756. The
credit union movement began in
Trinidad and Tobago in 1946.
Between 1946 and 1950 the num-
ber of unions trebled, the mem-
bership was more .than three
Umes as much, and the advances
mace to members increased from
$9,859 to $107,771. There were 10
co-operatives in Dominica in 1938
ond 1944. In 1952 there were 6,
with a membership of 427; the
value of limes and oil processed
by these co-operatives in that
year was $53,281.

Marketing

In addition to the processing
operations indicated above, im-
proved marketing facilities have
been provided in a number of
territories. Such importance is
attached to the question in Jamaica
that the responsible agency has
been designated a separate depart-
ment of government, the Depart-
ment of Commerce and Industries,
Information in respect of Puerto

Rico is presented in a seperate
urticle in this issue of the Bulletin,
One of the most important

cevelopments in this field has been
the purchase of local produce, in
a number of cases at guaranteed
prices. Some idea of the scope of
these operations js afforded by a
few statistics — the purchase of
17,304 tons of corn in Jamaica in

1949; of 157,254 gallons of edible
Arrivals too, have broken all coconut oil in British Guiana te
records. Every effort has been the same year; of 28,817 tons of
made to expedite counter ser- fugar cane in Antigua in 1950,
vice as well as the distribution 5,714 tons in St, Kitts, and 12,267
of mails, tons in Nevis.
Provision has been made for The distribution of seeds and
4 stamp sellers to be on duty fertiliser, provision of credit facili-

daily f.om 8.00 a.m, to 4 p.m. at
the G.P.O. In addition each
Branch of the Department pro-
vides stamps to be used in con-
nection with the work of the
pariicular Branch, and stamps
for all purposes may be obtained
in the Parcel Post branch on the
Wharf.

There has been some conjes-
tion at the Parcel post branch
owing to the delay on the part of
merchants in clearing their
parcels,



T’‘dad Councillor
In Barbados

SEAWELL, Dec. 19: Dr, Edward
A. Lee, Dental Surgeon, Council-
jor and race horse owner of San
Fernando arrived in Barbados this
morning by B.W.LA. from Trini-
da@ for a month's holiday. He
was accompanied by Mrs. Lee and
their three children, Edward,
David end Anne and tifey ara
guests at Benwee Guest House,
Worthing.

A former Mayor of San Fer-
nando, Dr. Lee has been a mem-
ber of the San Fernando Borough
Council for the past ten years.
Apart from his inrest in horse
racing, he is also keen on educa-
tion and has been given scholar-
ships to the poor children of San
Fernando for the past 17 years.

He said that the examination
for the award of the scholarships
takes place tomorrow morning
when two boys or two girls will
be selected. The scholarships are
eligible for three years at any of
the secondary schools in San Fer-
nando and are only open to poar
and desirable children, The suc-
cessful condidates are given a
free midday meal, free clothes,
free transportation, free medical
and contal treatment and free
books.

Dr. Lee is no stranger to Rar-
hados. This is his sixth visit to
the island.

MOBILE CINEMA

The Mobile Cinema Unit will
be temporarily suspended as from
Monday, December 22. The Unit
is to undergo repairs.



native of two months’
ment with hard labour.

Cutting and Reefer were seen
in Bannatyne Plantation field by
Cpls. Goring and Sargeant digging
up cane. When they saw the two
policemen they ran. They were
eventually caught and taken to the
District “B” Police Station where
they were charged.

Sgt. Henderson of District “B”
prosecuted for the Police.

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ties, and control of livestock dfte
other aspects of the marketing
organisations developed in some
of the territories. The Marketing
Administration in Puerto Rico
inspects fertilisers, stockfeeds and
other chemical products.

But one of the most important
functions of these departments is
that they serve as a sort of bureau
of standards, and are responsible

for ensuring a high quality of
prodiuce exported. Thus the De-
partment of Commerce and In-

dustries in Jamaica is mot only the
sole exporter, by law, or coffee and
pimento, and the administrator,
with the aid of the banana com-
panies, of the banana export
programme; it also inspects all

exports of citrus, coconuts, coffee,
tomatoes, limes and mangoes at
the time of shipment,. while it

serves as marketing agent for eggs
for the Jamaica Poultry and
Farmers Co-operative, Limited,
and assists the Bee Farmers Asso-
ciation by handling its financial
and marketing arrangements for
honey. In Puerto Rico the Office
of Inspection of Plants and Pro-
ducts of the Marketing Admin-
istration offers, on the request of
buyer or seller, a voluntary cer-
tificate of service and inspection,
which is highly valued, and to
which has been attributed much
of the high reputation achieved by
the island’s canned pineap»yle
products exported to the United
States.

Final Aspect

One final aspect of agricultural
development in the Caribbean ter-
ritories since the First Session of
the West Indian Confcrence re-
mains to be considered. That is
the substantial metropolitan aid

provided for this purpose. United |

Kingdom grants to the British

West Indies for agriculture, animal |

husbandry and forestry, made
available through the Development
and Welfare Organisation in the
West Indies, have totalled nearly
three and a half million pounds
between 1946 and 1951, about one-
quarter of all grants during the
period. United States grants-in-
aid for agriculture to Puerto Rico
have incre
rnillion dollars in 1942 to over nine
million in 1949—1950, exclusive of
an increasé in the operational
disbursements in the island of the
Federal Department of Agriculture



from a quarter of a million dollars

in 1944 to two and a quarter |
million in 1950—1951. WhijJst
statistics are not available in

comparable detail for the French
artments and Sur-
the
Plan d’Equipement of Guadeloupe
metropoli-
Department's
agricultural programme, while the
of the |

Caribbean Dep

inam, it is known that
considerable

for the

allocates
tan aid
Surinam Welfare Fund
Netherlands,
million guilders, gives a

and development.

*+



“Mitzouko” by Guerlain
Marcel Rochas
“Amour Amour” by Jean Paton

Worth
“Nuit de Noel”

Dior

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BARBADOS

Application
Allowed For
Property Sale

In the Court of Chancery
terday His Lordship the Vice-
Chancellor Mr. J. W B. Chenery
allowed the application for ap-
praisement and sale of the prop-

yes-

erty affected by the suit Simon
Altman, plaintiff and Louis
Speisman, defendant. The prop-

erty consists of a messuave or
store with 1,489 square feet of
land in Swan Street, Bridgetown

Mr. G. B, Niles in tructed by
Messrs. Carrington & Sealy ap
peared for the Plaintiff. The Reg-
istrar’s report of liens and incum-
brances affecting the property
were handed in and filed.

WILLS FOR PROBATE

The wills of the following were
admitted to probate:—

Walter Leonard McKinstry,
Christ Church.

Margaret Elise Skeete, St
Michael.

Oscar Sydney Cadogan, St
Peter.

James Robinson, St. George
Marion Adele Bradshaw, | St.
Michael.

Joseph Nathaniel Thorne, St,

George

Frances Jones, St. Michael.
James Nathaniel Bostic, &.
George.

Lillian Caroline Bentham, St.
George.

Frederica McMillan Clarke,

Christ Church,
DECREE ABSOLUTE

In the Court for Divoree and
Matrimonial Causes yesterday
His Lordship the Chief Judge Sir
Allan Collymore pronounced de-
cree absolute in the suit of B, N.
Hinds, petitioner, D. E. Hinds,
respondent, and E. Durant, co-
respondent.

Decree nisi was pronounced on
October 31, this year. The peti
tioner appeared in person.

Blind Students
Giving Concert

The 14 biind students who are
§Jearning handicrafts at the Hurd
Memorial Hall, James Street, are
giving a coneér of Chrisimas
Carols this afternoon under ihe
direction of Mr, Harold Rock,
Organist of St. John’s Church.

Sir Allan Collymore, President
of the Barbados Association i:
aid of the Blind and Deaf, wi
present dn envelope containing
cash bonus to each of the student
In addition, they will receive gilt
from the small sub-COmmittee
headed by Mrs. Ben Moore and
Mrs. Doreen Ward, who ran the
Milk Bar at the Agricultural
Exhibition. Well-wishers in the
St. John’s area have sionated food
parcels.



PETITIONS GRANTED

In the Court of Ordinary, His
Lordship granted six petitions
for letters of administration,

The first was the petition of
Elsie Lynch of Pilgrim Road,
Christ Church, attorney of Flor-
ence Nightengale Alleyne of
Cristobal, C.Z.. a widow, to the
estate of George Ashley. Allevne,
late of Colon, R.P.

Mr, J. S. B. Dear instructed by
Messrs. Yearwood & Boyce, ap~
peared for the petitioner,

Another was the petition of
Geoffrey Gordon Greenidge of
Graeme Hall Terrace, Christ
Church, to the estate of his
father Campbell P. R. Greenidge,
late of Valley Hill, Christ Church.

Mr. G. W. Farmer, instructed
by Messrs Yearwood & Boyce
appeared for the petitioner

The petition of Clyde Leopold
Walcott of Black Rock, St.
Michael, was also granted. His

lwas to the estate of his father

Frank Eyre Walcott, deceased
E. W. Barrow,

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ADVOCATE OCATE

Board Of Health

Reject’ Application

For Sale

THE Board
application by

of I




sale of 20 acres, 3 roods, 6 perches of land in lots at New-

castle, St. John
Ata previous meeting the Board Hall. The application in connec- |
had agreed to allow the division tion with the second lots of land
of part of the land. In the Plan was made by Mr. J. G. Nurse. }
the land submitted, the Goverr The Board decided that they}
ment Railway track at Martins would only allow the division
Bay was shown as the road to cer- When they are satisfied that the|
T tion did not roads are in good order, |



track ;

heir land and so the re

Newcastle



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of

part
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ity of putting it ina proper state
of repair might not be placed on
them The Board had postponed
final decision as to the application
pending enquiries about the track

Enquiries disclosed that the

track which was submitted

Estates

Of Land

Ye sterday

Nurses’ Assoc.
Prize Drawing

Christmas Prize Drawing





rejected in part
Ltd. for division

an
and



of the road to cater to the land of » :
Which division into lots was not =. : Tickets 1/- . ‘ |
sanctioned, belonged to the Gov- Ist—C 438, 2nd —J 064, 3rd- r
ernor-in-Executive Committ G 100, 4th—C 581, 5th—J 959, 6th |
The Board did not approve of G 219, 7th—C 696, 8th—A 109, |
the lots affected by the railway, 9th—H 423, 10th__H 110, 11th-
track because they did not see I 778, 12th—-B 059, 13th—E 872,
their way to accept the railway 14th—D 629, 15th—A ‘479, 16th
track as a public road. E 070, 17th—G 407, 18th—D 221,
The Board approved of the di- 19th—A 640, 20th-——G 616, 2lst
vision and sale of 97,470 square H 610, 22nd—H 350, 23rd—I 971
feet of land in lots at Elridge, g°4th—1 387.
Christ Church, by Mr. C. C. Ma
hon. \ Lar Tickets Results
The Board also approved of th Ist 507, 2nd—A 078, 3rd
division and sale of 67,347 square! A 069, ve h—B 691, 5th_.A 846
feet of land in lots at Flint Hall,) 6th—A 769, 7th—A 6638, 8th
St. Michael, by Dr. Charles A.| B 902, 9th—B 053, 10th—A 409
Evelyn 1ith—B 081, 12th—A 040, 13th
The lots face the public road} B 931, 14th—B 963, 15th—B 979,
through which the Governmen 16th—-B 920
water main runs. A_ dwelling
house will be erected on each lot
ind they will be supplied with
water from the Government water A
main.
The Board deferred considera- | .
tion of the «pplications for sale of xX J G f ,
93,390 square feet of land as le mas wi
in tenantry at Fairfield, St. Mich

Mrs. M. I.
00 square

Gilkes
feet of

ael by
sale of 2
jet in lots







Car

Shortly after 12.30 a.m
day the car M.430 owned }
Thomas of Hothersal
driven by Ethan Melvor

fic island above the
Bridge, City, while it was
ling in the direction of

at Savannah Road,

Collides With
Traffic Island |

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Turning anc |
Mings o
Black Rock collided with the
Chamberlair

Trafalgai

and the |

land as
Bus}

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yester- |

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Luxury”
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ane
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OL Gandia,

15/- per box.
14/- per box.
9/6 per box
9/6 per box
14/- per box.

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There were two other occupant 14/- per box
in the car but they escaped unhur “ROWNTREES” BLACK
while Mings was treated at the MAGIC.
eee Hospital for cuts on hi 14 Ib. 1 Ib. and 1% Ib.

gers va y 7) Salen:

The radiator, front fenders = A ee 7. ’ ———
headlights and front axle of the | irda ae mM Oeee, LN,
car were extensively damaged Milk Tray, ete,

‘FRY'S’ Scorched Almonds,

Hazel Nuts, Peppermint
Cream, Picture Series, ete.
ALSO —

. “MELTIS"— New Berry
by Messrs Haynes & Griffith ap- Fruits, Savoy Candies,
peared for the petitioner, Pekin Figs, Jaffa Dates,

Anothe petition was that of Turkish Delight.
Isabel Renee Reid of Mt. Stand- The above in attractive
fast, St. James, a widow, to the Drums and Boxes.
estate of hey husband Jerome A Prices from 84c. to $1.62.
Reid, garage proprietor, deceased Bournville Choc. Biscuits.
Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C,, associa Marven's Fig Rolls.
ted with Miss M. A, Reece, in- | Marven's Choc. Vienns
structed by Messrs Cot le Cat- Planters Peanuts.
ford & Co, appeared for the Callard & Bowsen Nougat,
petitioner Callard & Bowsen Butter
The fifth petition was Mary Scotch.
Gertrude Niles of Welchman Barley Sugar in Tins.
Hall, St. Thomas, a widow, to Almonds in Cello Bars,
the estate of her husband Alonza CALL IN TO-DAY AND
Fitz Gerald Niles, deceased SEF. this very attrantive ats.
Miss M. A Reece, instructed plow of CONFECTIONERY
by Messrs Yearwood & joyce for Christmas
appeared for the petitioner,
The other petition was that of AT
Keta FE, Moaze a widow of Mt, An :
Hill, St. Andrew, to the estate BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
of her late husband, Samuel Mc.
D, Moze, a shopkeeper,
Miss M, A. Reece, instructed LTD.
by Messrs Cottle Catford & Co. Head of Broad Street.
appeared for the petitioner.



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Steady Wor

Staffing Problems



this clas on e hope to renort
in a yea r two
e e e « the ject of the
Still Exist too strongly emphasized or too
often re ted that there should
MR. L. HARFORD SKEETE in his address during the =. : Wider curttrutom for the
schoo ith our present limita-

Boys’ Foundation School’s Speech Day on Tuesday said iors in respect of staff and facili-


















that the period September 1951 — July ]952 was a period ties, we can do little, if any,
of steady work for the School. He said that the staffing more. The introduction of any
problem still existed however. other subject without the cor-
Mr. Skeete said:— responding i ROCs of anothe:
Your Excellency, Mrs. Turner, the Training College can increase Reareey. Peters ee Peer ee
Director of Education, Members a Junior’s salary 250%. On the would tax the versatility of any
ef the Governing Body, Ladies other hand, a successfully com- staff , : m
and Gentlemen, pleted year of work for a degre That a school of this size Id
Once more the pleasure is does not bring an immediate in- have no facilities to give some
mine to welcome H.E. the Act- crease even of 100%, There is training, however elementary, in
ing Governor and Mrs. Turner to therefore that danger with which the rudiments of science and or
this School. Only one who has the smaller schools are faced, agricultuy in a sci€ age
been placed in circumstances though I am glad to State that and in an_ agricult com-
such as his, ic. acting for a con- that monster, complacency, has '!) nity, is without parallel in an
siderable-period in another office so far not raised its head among other W.I.. island which boasts
and still having to be au fait with ‘the staff at this school. of an established Secondary
all mittérs in his substantive During the last term of the School, True it may be that the
office, “cam appreciate the added year in question, we secured. the teaching of such subje 1 e
strain-placed on an already very services of Mrs. Hinds-Howell as beyond comparisor lead-
busy m% So it is with the part time teacher in Oral French, ing First Grade School
deepest gratitude and sincerest which in future examinations !s this mean that tl





pleasure that we welcome
here téeday, and we would

him compulsory
like to her for her painstaking inter

monope



Our thanks are due possess :



- capable







to thinkethat it is not only his est in a task rendered not less knowledge, hi
devotion-to duty, nor his interest difficult by having to instruct jy ; foe wee
in Eduéation in general that hac pupils at a late stage of their \jya! ee ome
prompted his ready response to school life in giving each vowel ay ates
our request, but also his genuine or syllable the sound that would t .
affection for this ancient school. charm the ear of a Parisian. Her- (,, bg é ae
To the Director of Education cules, methinks, had easier task~, ee = Meee ee eas uP
and Mrs. Reed we also extend a yet not more energetically per- ae the G.C.E, in such subjects
hearty welcome. Onerous though formed, It is true that in her first 42¢ willing to undertake such
his duties may be, he has always classes, great imagination had to duties, and some part of the
shown his interest in this school be used so as to think that both school converted into an embryo
by his presence at our functions. she and. her pupils were speak- laboratory, The provision of a
His Deputy too, we welcome as ing the same language, but now master—I emphasize, not a super
an old friend of the school. there is a distinct similarity of scale master—and a laboratory in
We are glad to welcome on this sounds issuing forth from her embryo would be a boon to the
occasion the members of our forms choo] and of immense benefit to
Governing Body, who though the community in general—even
busy individuals each in his or: Our erage of pupils for the to this community of which it was

her own sphere, have given up of Ye! was just short of 280, and in ctated that it consisted principally

their time to be present here to- July we entered 30 candidates, of fishermen and the schoo) of
day and give us their support inclusive of those taking only one gchermens sons, for in this age
ou, parents, guardians and ° two supplementary subjects catching of fish is also done s¢ ien-
well-wishers of the school, we and two external candidates, late ;ig..)\, , - ,
welcome no less cordially than pupils of the school. For those Te
all before, hoping that you ‘will in Who took the full Certificate, the Efficiency
future show the same interest in Maximum number of subjects gsrious minded thinkers wi
the education of your children W@8 8, Our resuMs can be seen | date say pct fi, ge mm
and in the schaol ar you have 0M the programme, and it will be yore sr ere with me if I
done to-day, by being present at noticed that only one boy, R. D. }. “ae eo Uipe 3t ae OF Torso
this Speech Day, some of you,at Thomas, succeeded in gaining a “#VID8 a commercial class, of
ne Ste indonveniende to your- Certificites in ail the subjects 2" class for that matter, unless
selves taken. There was good work done it is efficiently run, There is
Now we pass on to the work here and there by individual S9â„¢me chance that our difficulties
of the school for the past year, Pupils, G. D. Seifert and V. Ifill Se ae Oe ee ee
September 1951 to July 1952. obtaining 68.5% and 68% re- \t 18 hoped, by a permanent
; spectively in Elementary Mathe- master, as in my opinion, a part-
Steady Work metics: R. Thomas and M. King time Commercial instructor in
This period has been charac- 712.5% and 65.5% respectively in several subjects would be most
terised by steady work, and there Latin, but no candidate was so uneconomical,
has been some progvess, admit- consistent in good examination As regards the arts which de-

tedly slow. [Che staffing problem results as the said R, D, Thomas. velop the finer side of a pupil's
sti exists and though recom- may here say that his former character, though with our limited
mendations have been made for co-pupils have decided on their resources we try to impress upon
pne of the three masters requested OW" initiative to donate him a the pupils at least the existence
yet bearing in mind the peculiar P™2°- This it aan Of contaee "cd of these arts, we can - only
way in which plans in connexion C#™me @s a surprise to me, ant § this, for the > being we s
with the Foundation Schools 2â„¢ buoyed up with the hope that in the soit settee te > tole
never Seem to materialise, can we Such 4 spontaneous action on onq untutored. The ‘ttle t es
incur any justifiable eensure if their part will have on succeediny |. 7" “able oe ee men
we lack that mustard grain of candidates, an effect reaching far 3 une’ ae re ee be judged
faith to remove the mountain of beyond what they contemplated 1n ¢or > ie Stk ~ by_lstening
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the attitude of unbelieving Thom- Commercial Subjects , Games

as. In December 1951, Some boys The school during the period
There may be some in this au- were entered for corhinercial sub- under review entered teams both
Hience who being unacquainted jects, This class as I stated in in the Football and Cricket Com-
vith matiers Foundation, may my last report cannot be run with petitions,

think this titude dramatieal; â„¢aximum efficiency even if each The Cricket team was with but

there may be others who can re. bey in the form were inclined to the exception of two players, an

member a former Headmaster of 8Y° of his best. Passes were ob- entirely new one. There was a

this school who, after several tained in English, French, Mathe- distinct improvement in the pirit

years of recornmendations for, matics, Typing and Spanish. of the game, and the team though

It would be far from the truth

and promises of, a new school, ye g > . ‘

eae in disgust “New school to state that either the staff or ood th ot snexperienced, a

that will probably be built in I, am satisfied with the results , self far more creditably than

time to s ms oo tae 1 shildr y obtained, though on the whole the former team. The school end-
e to serve my grand-children ' , ed by being 5th among the 12

—a staternent which seems likely Some improvement is shown, and competing teams

to turn out prophetical with per- really good results are not @X- "4. agard .

haps one additional word if pected for a year or two yet. | § regards football, a team wa:

many more years elapse, the This is not entirely due to the entered both in the League, and

word “great”, inserted before capability, or lack of it, in the also in the Dalton Cup Series. The

grandchildren, boys, but among the causes is a tandard of football was not of a
With regard to any recommen- somewhat distorted view taken very high order, but is improving,

and the team ‘spirit is being fos-
ered as much as possible.
During the 2nd Term of the

School year on Friday March 14,

dations or promises be they for of the examination by the boys
school, or masters or ought else, themselves in spite of all the ex-
we Foundationers have been planation and advice given them
taught by long experience to be by every master, It is therefore

cautious and not be over-opti- with a sense of relief and joy that we held our Athletic Sports. Set
pistie; rather should we adopt we note publication of the sub- 4 emerged as champion Set and
the Asquith policy of “wait and jects required for entrance into the Victor Ludorum was Mr. C
see”. the Civil Service. That, to the Lloyd who won both the 440 and
During the year under review, present Form 5 candidates to ba, 280 yds.
another of our Masters, Mr. C. T. ja, accomplished more than . The Inter-School Sports at Ken-
Prescott took and successfully persuasion or coercion has done sington Oval were also held during
completed a course in Teaching Realisation has dawned upon that term on Friday March 21, and
at the Erdiston Training College, them that the original standard “e amassed the highest number
and has now resumed his duties for entrance is being maintained of points that the school has ever

n the staff. / her Master, Mr. : ras
on the staff, Anoth — and that Certificate standard reached since its entry into these





“larke s bee 5 in

Se Deere ~~ eo one or two subjects is not an sports. We were indeed far behind
were Messrs. L. Jones and M. open sesame to the Service the two leading schools, Lodge
Callender, both of whom have . . ind Harrison College, yet we tied
been acting on the staff for over Modern Studies for the 2nd place with H.C. in
two years as other masters go on : 7 Division I. Our long distance run-
leave. and both have rendered, « A class for Advanced Modern ner MeC, Lloyd was instrumental
and are still rendering, yeoman Stu@ies has been started. Very in setting up a new record for the
service to-the school. often there may be pupils young §80 ycR., 2 mins. 4 secs.









enough to remain at school, who In Athletics, the school yas
Perh: Desrees i tid tis have passed all but one or two sented in the Teaan tubened
tr me aps ee Se ae we subjects in the General Certificate A*hletic Sports by Me. C. Lloyd
put it in elke imonity that ‘| Examination at Ordinary Level, and its Old Boys had representa-
imagine haat “al oe sole “ori. Lhese return to scool and attend tives in the persons of A, Carter
ginator, possessor and exponent the classes only in those subjects high jump; Mr. L. Jones, long
of the following line of thought. {” which they were unsuccess- j\ymo; and by others in bicycle
Ie there not a dimer especially ful, It will be appreciated there- riding ete. In all the events, our
among the Junior Secondary fore that such pupils will be free yap -neentatives were placed.
School Teachers who have not for the greater part of the day, Tjovea was also selected to repre-
taken a degree, of becoming com- and the time is utilised by intro- cont Barbados in the lone distance
placent with their standard of ducing them to the advanced ty events in British Guiana,
knowledge, and of not trying work in a subject or subjects in While on the subject of out-
hard to ‘attain a degree One which they have been success- donyr activities, it would not be
must remember that a yer at ful at the Ordinary Level. From .)) to draw. attention to the
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At Boys’ Foundation School HATS









a ene
necessity of providing proper q tion the 1 Was on
pavilion. The present apology for or! o scribe

one is by no means nament te rature rivaling
to the school, and sé pur- or. tuated as
pose t L of already



1adequately. Apart from





























the f 1at owing to the method 1 h ly remedy ap~
ol construcion, lends itself pears to e the roof some
to purposes other than those for 4ft. Gin. § operation, how-
which it was intended, it is of n@ ever, I suspe yould cost more
use to visiting team and the than can be afforded at the pres-
school buildings in spite of there ent time.
being a pavilion have always to A Piano
be used. Perhaps the solution lies A crying need which doubtless-
n a building which can serve a5 @ jy you have already heard is a
pavilion on afternoons and Satur- piano What a paino! Did I say
days, and addition=1 form rooms paino or piano? at any rate the
during school hours. letters are the same, atid perhaps
Improvement in our case the two are synon}
lam glau w autiouuce enat since mous. Are there any old boys ot
our jas. Speech Day, there has others amongst this afternoon
been an unprovermment in the cO- in 4 particulariy generous 900?
operation of parents in the pay- Need I say more?

mons of Day I am glad to

of the hopes ex-

games tees.

On this Speech
in coramon with t

Sports gear
most other arti- Stat t

sotne















cies, has become more expensive P the last have been real-
and less durable, and so it would ed. We now have a confirmation
have been impoesible to carry out © 45° taken the Rector every
even our usual programme of ; ednesday afternoon; and -
games had you, parents and guar- 74nUary this year the F. O. B. As-
at) + Se - sociation was formed. I may here
dian not cooperated to such B~., hat t t
* z ba " : say that our nception of this
great extent. Need I say that” association is nc t of a dorm-
100% cooperation in this as well ant Associz rises from
a? in every other aspect of school jts slumber : ice a year
ife, would be warmly welcomed.® p ther a Association
Perhaps my mead of praise to ing for the good of the il











my Governing Body on the last 0@- both past and present, developing
casion might have apy ed t© the cultural, athle and any other
yome as small. On th occasiG®” worthwhile abil of its members,
however, my whole object was to and perhaps donating a scholar-




ship or
pupils.



state facts as they
found them. There \

two to brilliant but needy
In this age, in which there

and as I
undoubt-

ere
re





edly reasons, perhaps good ones, 35 Suc h a distorted sense of values,
for the state of affairs existing '” which pleasure is pursued as an
on my arrival. With these | am end in itself, it might be difficult

to live up to «

our Old Boy



ideal, but surely

not concerned, but I can state here
1 rise to this con-

that most requests by me



made






' tion of an Old »ys’ Associa-

in he interest of the school have {-"" mes Bese Oe

been favourably con red. To

attempt to give reasons would be i are ‘hat ee Te hte a
ao of . progress as far as a Cadet Corps

presumptious—tiar be it from me 2 Scout Troop is concerned

even to suggest that it might be formation of the former, I



due to my greater persuasive pow-
ers, or that knowing me better e
they have discovered that I have
no tendency to indulge in Jeremi-
ads, In connexion with games, my
request for an extension of the
playing field was readily granted,
and the Rector as was anticipate

expressed the greatest willingness
to cooperate. It only now remains
to reduce the additional bit of
land to the level of our present
playing field. This addition though



nd, is bound up with Gov-
whereas that

rnment Estimates,
of the latter has presented unex-

pected difficulties. For at this
school which in former years
boasted a flourishing Scout Troop
there is a lack of enthusiasm
nd a noticeable apathy traceable
as far as can be ascertained to a
misinterpretation and/or misappli-
cation of the principles for which
Scouting stands.

Last ‘but by no means least, I
an report no addition to the staff









small, when levelled, will make who yet uncomplainingly perform
a considerable difference to oUr their duties without any free peri-
games and athletics, and had it nds to alleviate their nightly strug-
not been for the prohibitive esti- gles with corrections. }

for
have

levelling
already |

mates quoted
work would
completed.

A long felt need has also been
satisfied, the provision of a com-

the
1

een

Old Boys
During the year, visits were paid
to the School by H. O’B. Norgrove,
A. L. Ashby, and-C. Hewitt. The
three of these have served in the |

paratively safe bicycle shed Here U.S. Army. H. O’'B, Norgrove saw
again our thanks are due to both active service in Korea, A. L.
the Governing Body and the Rec- Ashby was with the occupation



troops in Germany, and C. Hewitt
was stationed in Japan.

C. McC, Knight is now a Come
missioned Officer of the R.C.A.F.
He received his commission after
he was placed first in the examina-
tion for navigators. It was thought,
however, that he would be a
ter radio and radar operator, and
he is now serving in that capacity.

tor for their ready acquiescence In
the matter. So far we have been
free from bicy@e complaints since
the present arrangement of con-
verting the ancient carriage house
into a bicycle shed has been com-
pleted,

Perhaps some of yorr may have
noticed the “new look” of the gal-



lerv around the school. Thir t W. B. Watkins whose scholastic |
gether with the concreting of the performance at the College of the:
floor in the Nothern wing of the Cily of New York was so brilliant !
hall was done since our last has now entered Columbia Uni-

versity and is continuing to acquit

Speech Day. This brings us to the

















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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20,

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himself in a praiseworthy manne
After leaving thi chool, L. R

Pilgrim and D. DaC. Nil worked |

for a few years in Curacao. They}

have gone to England to continue |
their studies.

C. Pinheiro, an Assistant Teach- |
er of St. Matthias’ Boys’ School |
successfully completed his course
at Erdiston Training College. |

R. McConney, a Senior Clerk of ;
the Civil Service, was seconded to |
the West Indian Labour Bureau, |
U.S.A. as an accountant for tye]
years. : |

E. McD. Ward, an_ Assistant |
Master of the Modern High School |
passed the London Intermediate
‘Aris Examination which he sat in |
July this year. i

C. A. Phillips who obtained the
Cambridge School Certificate
this school in 1947 proceeded to
Harrison College and was the Bar-
bados Scholar in Modern Studie
in 1951. He-is now studying Mod-
ern Greats at Oxford University

H. DeS. Forde left this school in



the 4th form and proceeded to
Harrison College. He is the Bar-
bados Scholar of 1952 in Moderr

Studies.

Cc. A, S. Hopkinson who contri-
butes articles to the daily news- |
paper obtained the Cambridge |
School Certificate at this school in
1949 and was placed first in the

island in that examination. He |
then went to Harrison College
Being a Guianese, he was not elig-
ible for a Barbados Scholarship
but he gained a scholarship to the

U.C.W.J. and is pursuing his

studies there.

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@ From Page 6. must have been some kind of er for this purpose ase the boys wae perenne Since that ele it a con=| 2 e
| ma sz nance. % jg School, somewhere. was £750, will pay £5 sterling p.a. for tinued through variec ortune,
| : : a os ee og cyees os Be that as it may, the founda~ The structure was erected by a commercial edycation, always under financial strain} 4
+e et ie pi: ‘he US A to tion stone of the first Founda- Mr. Edward Hooper Senhouse §, That the Ist class should in- despite grants from Government, °
| eee ee Heine roe tion School or Parochial School, whose services were freely given clude boys whose parents will until it became a Grant-aided z= IMPORTANT NOTICE
| pee SAAETINE cles e this chapter on as it was called, was laid om so that the whole sum should be pay £10 p.a. sterling for a School with the meaning under- > .
lOla Bov without peferotibe to the July 10th 1809 by the Hon. John expended on the building to the preparatory classical train- stood in Barbados in 1948, g
aoe oes re ee reside 3, be it of the Parish. ing ?
ssing li Hilt Antro- Spooner, President of H.M I ne of th g ' ? 4
| Seem A ve ce wees Of years Epvene 1 in the island and Com- The rebuilt school was on a 6 That Foundationer should I shall end a Lhe Done + ” 3
Ss, é 2 oS : ve tat ene a8 ; ! » liberal scale as it was in- be admissible to the higher that console all Foundationers, |® ‘
were spent in the service of this mander in chief, and it continued more t 4 ; ; ’ Bn iad } San ae TROT ‘ > or $
i Paar In February this year to flourish until it was destroyed tended for the education of child- classes on obtaining testi- that even as walls and irons bars|/? ELECTRICITY SUPPLY 3
after a protracted illness to which by the unsparing hurricane of ren of both sexes. Tt on ae monials of merit from the do a a prison <9 sO pee » 3
nen of frailer structure would August 11th, 1831. opened on the 19th September Master, and be paid for out 4d class rooms do not constitute | ® » ify ‘one ft $
an . a 7 e e joinec The first Headmaster of whose 1832 with 30 boarders, 18 boys of the funds of the school. a school, The Foundation school]? We beg lo notify our Consumers that a total 9
long have succumbed, he join The fir ; as ® I { s . :
the old boys in another sphere. To name I have a record was Mr. end 12 girls though the number | 3 we are, at the bottom (as all 8 1utdown of the Supply will be neeessary between .
attempt an evaluation of his ser- John Packer in 1817, followed by of pupils was 45, 26 boys and 19 ¢ a xt eer ae A foundations are) °, he o improve=|@ 12 Noon and 3 p.m. on Sunday, 21st December, to 2
ces to this school would be im- > Fennell 1819, and Mr. Fitz- girls. Bppointec o conduc 1¢ ments of any Kind are being con-/4@ ‘ ‘ tant ‘ | aeimrateal ;
iey ible even the hall in which aeaice 1820 who was head at the Present pupils may be inter- upper classes and to assist sidered. Yet pure devotion to duty|¢ enable essential jlterations to be carried out on our 2
ou t sit is due to his untiring time of the hurricane. The Rector ested to hear that among the then the present Master in the will spur us on so that we can|/% Main High Tension Switchboard, 2
‘forts. A father in many respects and chairman of the Governing rules was one dealing with Gove rmment of the SC hool, make good the last words of our|]®@ a
to his pupils, though often too in- Committee of the School was punishment. For the boys, punish- 8. That the school be placed on play that it can never be said of |@ Further work may be necessary on subsequent %
dulgent, he will long be remem- fFreyq, afterwards Dr. Orderson, ment should not be with horse- the Govt. list and an annual the school that its pupils ever]} Sunday 1 Cone : il rats a 1 $
| bered by all those who passed whip but. by tamarind rods or allowance be solicited from fuil—though they may fall short|@ UNdays and Consumers will be duly notified. °
lthrough his hands. I remember It is interesting to note that rods of that nature. For the girls abe Educational Committee: of the standards required by 3 3
ECKSTEIN BROS., BAY STREET, | him as he was, humorous in his from 1819 we have on record that there should be no corporal 1€ said thus obtained should examiner in being men capable|® THE BARB > ELECT Su F
. i } e : ; i SBS ADOS ELEC SUPPL 2
‘ | youthful days, at this very school, Evelyns were on the Committee punishment save solitary confine- form a fund out of which of rea oning with a proper sense ? ELECTRIC UPPLY $
DSO OOCCOOOO OES OOOO 8 | 1 friend of us all, little ones. The of the school, first in the per- ment. Headmistress G.FS., please boys of merit should be paid of values, upright honourable] CORPORATION LTD $
i Still Looki f ¥ Foundation Schools ae al son of Mr. Joseph P, Evelyn, then ‘pote, for when raised to the high- citizens, an example in any com- g , ; : ae »
»0king for . i » 1 of then he served to the bes » Charlies Evelyn. : Mr. Jot The ae clos one er classes. t > ; -eDir ; 2
_ * 5 * X%j}of him; then Mr. Charles Evelyn, and Mr. John The school was closely con munity, men who keeping thel¢
a4 oP REPRO ‘topo Sy IS é a : ko uvelyn, perhaps ancestor of our nected with the church anc es- : ’ chool fear o iod ever before them|¢ om ’ »
e The PERFECT GIFT? % | tintingly of his time and ee present chairman of the Govern- try, and its finances depended committee received its first grant will employ the knowledge they|% 2
aS. Ask. to see tl Ns % | without counting the cost, ae ee ing Body. upon rents, sacramental money, of money from the Educational ma have gained within. thesel® ‘ 2
% 5 ieee ie sae a ne laboured ‘with og —. » The new Foundation stone was cnarity sermons and contribution Committee in the form of a cheque walls to the glory of God and the 9 General Manager. ¢
KS Presentation Casket of . . % reward AST cee - Se cael laid on June Ist 1832 by H.E., from the Vestry. > on the Colonial Bank for the betterment of their fellow] % 7
8 % | ne of fuliiment 0; a ;. Sir James Lyon, Governor and By May 27th 1841, 48 boys and SUM of £20 sterling creatures * $
K < ce ee ta >the motto of this © games ay ’ 7 r an y May 2ith 1641, 20YS an . $ Se + 4
/ ; % eee ine Ot tenets om- Commander in chief of the island, 28 girls had passed through the ne s
% f % | ; sa M 5 ha paet-in peace attended by the Lord Bishop_Rt. school since 1832, but the expense ~ e ‘ e 9999600604 9909O40924-006-4-660606094900000"
% | nium.” Mi nk tal fevd. Wm Hart Coleridge, Arch- of ru s the t ong Se ] ‘ t \ 2 GF “ : 46° 0%
x a x History Of School aan ae — — 2 as of runaing re school am ne alva ion / rmy oclia pp al x CLL PDBDPRPPVPPPBPPPLPEEL APPA APLPE ES
i % TOELET Cll AP % I shouid for the be newt Ras ees King, the Revd. John Brathwaite thrown open as a day school. This ; % %
{ ss . ‘ : % oN aat a tat bai sa shout and Revd. Mr. Holberton of state of affairs continued until g ene 55 ea 9 Army’s Annual Mr. H, N. Armstrong 2.00 ¥% x
s ; % requester iat me ~~ a 4 Antigua. A description of the June Ist, 1853 when under the S0cia ppea is to provide A F ‘ x
x Three lov ely large -akes > ae Lice a oe cide ceremony read “HLE. was re- chairmanship of the Revd, A, Christmas Cheer parcels for ¥ x N aa % %
% of this delightful soap in x od by 2} go , a oun@a- ceived by the Parochial Militia Reece it was decided, poor families and treats for Mt D Abr Se anne > 4 x %
. : * : ar is ls 1own. Nest ai , cdy ’ t ssis 7 ©.4.0re . ¥
& a dainty plastic contain- Piette 0 as 1807 we read that Commanded by Colonel Ashby. A 1, ‘That since the school had im- or — children, and to assist the Woman's Canadian 1S s
‘ y| 4 a = Saws ‘ salute was fired by the Artillery proved to such a degree the °4@vation Army’s Work pro : ? >
x er. % | what is known as the Parish Land, § , tone: 4 t gramme during 1953, Donations Club 10.00) % %
% x land left by Francis Williams, was “pon laying the one, and an- institution be placed on a , 190d, vi 1 > ws

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. “we ’ th when KE. left the fie Ey . or ae in cash, fooc . ing w eo Women’ Club )
$ IT’S A GIFT WORTH ¥ | hinted by the Hon. John Spooner other when HLE. left the field. new epeeg anid, the “achool tl edsivate. Wangtions W. J. Potter. &. © 5001 % DIRECTORY x
WING eee ¢ ‘ ~xceede x raise the st é oe e . dons . Lae 7 s
% HAVING x! (Jr.) at a sum which exceeded School Rebuilt o used. Middl. Schscl mC OF chétld be addressed to The Sal- M: \. T. King 2.00 % >

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x the yearly expenses of the school. , ‘ 9 Th: ihe ‘i ; vatio Army, P.O, Box 57, B’dos, Co-Op. Cotton 5 x
956999999655665556556000 “7 the refore follows that there The forn - cho ce nae —_ 2 ane re ss woe should com- Bidaetewn eS tek ah Factory Ltd 35 00 % x
erected by the voluntary contri- rise ¢ SSes. vo nation Nease dial 2467 Hull & Son \

4 9 2 OOOGS-S 00040; butions of parishioners, but after 3 ae ru boys of the Suet uw i. a Ome ‘ai alle ti tor ‘will 5 to Aquatic Club ie % .

7 x @\|the hurricane, this school. It was School be regarded as Foun- “* a os +a 9 ,
> } ¢ ; 2 call. L 20.001 ¢
rer om the bounty granted dationers and be designated rs 4 aati en a >
; ' S ey H : a a ine I aed tukae out 3rd tae . ana Senet : good or Ww. & . “A yley . : on % Exeng : 5.00} % ADVERTISEMENTS AND CHANGES IN
‘ of funds vested in their hands English education, H. Jason Jones & Co., $570.00
> RE | ® for the rebuilding of schools. The 4 That the 2nd class should in= ~" Ltd 10.00 . ence
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3 P W i j 953 Tele » Directory are the Colonial Ad- x
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- - on — —~—— — MEXICO CITY, Dec. 19 DECEMBER 19, 1952
ara TELEPHONE 2508 HELP LOST The Mexican Defence Ministry Selting | NEW YORK Buying
pie ar unced tt Mexico will an oy :
7 . i Diesel) GLASSES et Turtts os ed ‘ « 1 adc Banker 70.2% Pr
DIED FOR SALE , eer Indus-) G i : é et-propelled planes to its airforce Sight or de bi
o ‘ need apply ded on returning same to Advocate |D@fore May 1953. A spokesman , _ Drafts 70% Pr
SMITH—On De Stee ete, To Box|Co., Ltd 20.12.522in |Said an undetermined number of 7) 36 po Gop. 68.7% Pr
te res dene et. s AUTOMOTIVE 18.12.52—3n — NOT a + |De Havilland planes will be pur- Coupons 68% Pr
wn, CECI 7 he et: is I iCE chased from the British Govern-
r for > ‘ ~ . . ~ w rs f : ves t the es bry ro 75 x :
ng for St Peter's Ce Morris-Oxtord, good ew. MISCELLANEQUS Cametary are respectively aaked te IOvel tae Coie then tne eee (including Newteundland)
danie x nat Joseph 1b es ea a | - them cleaned up for t oming festi- He added that the reason for 77.4% Pr. Cheques on
eot yi ow : WANTED TO RENT a buying the planes is to teach s Banker 75.6% Pr
A \ In good condition |-- oP’ _ s - ; , Mexican airforce pilots how to fly Demand Drafts 75.45% Pr
. . ow eason "hone 2023 a . % Sup & r arer st aircr: Ss 135.3% P
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BROWNE loving memory ¢ : a NOTICE Coupons 4% Pr
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has passed. since that d new Paint PUBLIC SALE | be open om Tuseday Sard eit We th hrarekan ean :
et add epee Lnides eatibe 20 | Sate ates eae GOVERNMENT NOTICES
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was short tt hock nee omnere ve Hy | Parochial Treasurer
euhaugit. ‘that’ ents mae , . REAL ESTATE ae PCST OFFICE NOTICE
On yose who have lost can telly CARS—One Ford, One ima nel HOUSE—Situated on the bes at |
he pain of parting without farewell| singer, Going, Chen. X Hil, Ry Lords) St. Lawrence, “Apply to. Re Munte, NOTICE
Gladys (wife), Glendene, D’Vere orea, | Hill. Phone 43 Telephon 4611 | ‘ inie Sp ETRY a
M.les tchildren) ; . " 20 2--2n ee " t.t.n,|, Our Customers and Friends are asked CHANGE IN AIR MAIL SCHEDULE
20.12, 52—1n capisiini é ttt!) m__o_7_ a, ,__JZ, «2 note that we 1 be opened to i a “
PROUTE—I rf CAR H.P. Standard (X—997 HOUSE te 0 x 11 shed to 4 pur Ree urday next Effective 22nd December, 1952, Air Mails will be closed at the
, —E—In ever loving and fond memo-] Good on, thre ew ty one] the lengt Bridgecot, and wil e closed the|Gene ini er a
ry of my deat beloved husbandlomcee 49 A Se Clarence Edward Proute, who departed | 9547 reasonable NTRAL EMPORIUM
this life on December 18th, 194 20.12.52--2n i Corner. of Broad & Tudor Streeb Destination Time nie
Today brings back ten years of sad 10.12. 52— memory + CAR—One Hillr ; os ntigua 2.00 p.m. Tuesday
Flowers may wither, blossoms ‘ Aust ADT w 5 i C Ton t UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE West 2.00 riday
die ats a AUCTION } INDIES - 10 p.m Friday
Priends may forsake but ne rant sii eee S| SS ss Admission ff Undergraduates: in Octqher 9.30 a.m. Saturday
wil I A 19 da x b ‘ B r ida 2 av
mite TE tee. veiiannbered by ‘bis WWINGL ace aca ’ne ose at Wales ey & Co. 1 will sé ; 1 ae A 2.00 p.m Monday
wife Mrs. Edith Proute co titee pie cLAd se ti r St « ae 3rd at t 2.00 p.m Wednesday
Ceecaciennsph ee ae petore 2 Des a Bain’ ik work eae 18 Canada (Direct) 2.00 p.m Monday
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9 12.5 si ftime f he +t 1 he Facuttic Art ot . 2.00 y esdé
On RENT | = een on ‘tall.ot%s er. JR. Archer | and Medicine, The cours At via ‘T’daa i 46 Pp cS eee
t CAR-—One Sta Vanguard 9,000 eKenzie 80, 13. on tur Science ‘ lead the ¢ vie ad 49 a.m riday
€ Conditior & 1 exce € of the lL of Lon
SO ae ‘. - _ nab ale Apt - ; c ut d t Me Schedules should be amended where necessary.
am 0 Ltd. Phone 4949 1 ter .
HOUSES ; - . : ego crass
o 26 TAN N AGON I t nsmissic m 3 7 ;
e mas . nae eatecanina Ra aa nants 4 d wid eae ree 1 »n of mails by Air to Dominica and St. Vincent will |
BUNGALOWS—Two modern Bunga od new. Perfect working order er r be pended for the period 2 December, 1952 to 4th January, 1953
lows, BERESFORD and EUNICE. } BRADSHAW & COMPANY fi ‘
built at Maxwell's Road at 6.12,52—t.f.m ualific > > ERT 4 3 ak
modern conveniences including < : eq t r ROBERT A. CLARKE,
and silvers. ist of Jan. Const ELECTRIC ; e 7 Colonial Postmaster.
Pilgrim, Nobolisba Gap o ; ; ' Beck General Post Office
BUNGALOW—Ready to move into GARRARD sot on ° Ree t t ity ( 19th December, 1952 20.12.52—1n. |
Fuliy furnished, Attractive, Bmall| Changers se Te ee nat tan t Indic i from 2 2.52 oa
Bungalow Spacious Ground Quict | tuantity. P. C. S, Maffe: & ita F t Barb
Surroundings. Reasonable Re Suitable ? , ? er Oy ¢ ‘ola tadsicailibiaibainaactdiade
1 or 2 Adults Only. 4942 JUST RECEIVED the new " i be 4 : T rn
20.12.52 in . ; - , t
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FLAT & HOU ully furnished, | 2! og + a Bands, P. ¢ obtained from. the 96 a y |
St. Lawrence On-Sea 3 , iG. 12.52 ibe |
—————— INGE OR" : t SEM the » ' ' The following accounts i 2 arb: a ae j
. 5 b SINGER PORTABLE ELECTRIC SEW tte o the Dire ae g its in the Barbados Government Savings
ten naohe Bu, Philip. eoast, L ghtin ING. MACHINE pe ondit ' is toi, Madtation. cies. G ae not having had any transaction for over ten years eetioe ie |
plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2) '" absolutely pétlect bargain at $22 back, not later’ than gri-| hereby given that unless claims are established on or before the |
Bi csiraite ahatae i DVANCE U Which is well below the present e is Hogs ess of May, 1953, these accounts will be dealt with as required
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE, Dial} — c vy Section 22 of the Sav aie ha : *
4476 1.11.52—t.t.n, | Tel. 4164 vai aa é nt , of the Savings Bank Act, 1914 (1914—3).
ne - -, r so fe urd ¢ x >» the r
IDLEAWHIL ON SEA Weilcne ~ = u € t College of t t . a $s
Christ Church, Dial 3065 LIVESTOCK j their Applications | Adams, Emily Tr. A. F. Adams 36
20.12.52—61 seek ———— to the University College. The Alkins, Lewis DaCosta “9.41
ere an CHOW-CHOW Puppies, red and black date fo applicants for Entrance | Alleyne, Fred 3.4
MILTON, TWO MILE HILL Eleven champions in pedigree. Mrs. C. M Januany, 1953 | EYRE, 13.
Containing ‘open verandah; drawing.| Howe, Navy Gardens. Phone 5073 | Alleyne, Martha 24.65
dining and sitting Rooms, three (3 20, 12.52—2n | Austin Irvine 43.52
bedrooms, breakfast room and kitchen} ——__ _ | Austin, Mabel 1,120. 08
Dial 403) * | eee: tae - sees . ‘ 12 5
. 20.12.52—2n MECHANICAL . | Barrow, Chas. Vere & C. DaC. Evelyn Trs. E
SEWHAVEN SPI) furalthed bed. | ROLLEL CAMERAS fairly stole ay OVERNMENT. NOTICES Crichlow ie
NEWHAVEN — Fully furnished 4-bed- n AMERAS ole : Selle. Se y 29. 46
room house, Crane coast Doub'e Garage at the 1952 Ex on inthe - le, Samuel A. 19.47 |
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water : al Section $ ae, pues oA : ones Henry |
raill supply. Monthly rent $78 plus 33] famous cameras now Jn stock. 4 i i ae ‘ . : Brathwaite, Nathaniel |
; -e ; td, James Street, Dial 3199. . ¢ a » Science : t. saee ‘ ’ |
wee Cree AOS veo, 5 ea ooh ak ee et 18 12. 52--~2n Three-Year Course of Training in Domestic Science Brewster, Gertrude Tr. Miriam Brewster j
- nee eae ae YT eae er j Applications are invited under the Barba ios Government Training Brewster, Miriam Albertha Tr. Eldica Brewster
TOP -FLAT—"Storm's | Gift Flint POULTRY : S a et t (Elet ‘ Y Teaching 3rewster, Miriam Albertha Tr. Augusta Clarke 630.4
Hall, St. Michael Three bedrooms Scheme from Teachers in the Governme (Elementary ,eaching Burnett, Theodosia B. Tr. C. D. A. Burnett 97858 |
rom lith February. Armstrong. 2008. | BROWN LEGHORNS, “imps Lay | Service for a three-year scholarship a t a Domestic Selence Burnett, Theodosia B, Tr. E. E. Burnett 978.57 |
Be ee he che eine (ENE St BrmaCG AHS, |g ag cen | College in the United Kingdon Burnett, Theodosia B. Tr. C. E. Burnett 247.26 |
. — — en - f icants sho SSeS School Certificate of a recognised Bynoe, Robert Tr. Josiah A. Morris 32.11
> So : tiNGecvoue Muncovy True Applicants should poss¢ a 1 A ; >) a 1 A «3 $ 2.
Sai ‘ ER NAL Lisstee G0c. each Dial 8222. University Examining Board (or passes in five subjects t Ordinary pte re-reel ar 4
teen — 12 52 " . . ¢ + "ertit 2 of é ’ B
The public are hereb immed against 1 nT Level in the General Certificate of Education), the Certificate B of the Carringtie {Joseph B
corr ae GREEN) ¥ ae st hold t a pela Ibs Sor acters Pn Department of Education and have suc cessfully. completed ng Chase, Clarissa ween ds or pat a a ‘ ‘ F F h seonre ‘ent Tr ice S a ae .
Pees, remngns ble on Hee or aero ness. Eustace Gibbs 19.1 °n months course of training at the Housecraft Centre Knowledge of Clarke, Irene Tr. Vera Clarke
name unless by a written order sigged . : a Science Subject will be an advantage. ae Connolly, _Edward La
by me ‘ cl kee MISCELLANEOUS Applications should be submitted to the Director of Educa so Coppin, Simeon
JONEL WALCOTT, pees eg . ; 4 oe a Sorbi
ne Greens AQUARIUMS and Large Clear G as to reach him not later than the 10th of January, 1953 Sa oes & ‘s oxiie
t George. | Jars stocked with lourful and Attrae Training Course in the Education of Young Children Cutberbatch, Joseph N.
ents. Archie Clarke. Phone 5148. Applications are invited under the Barbados Government Training Dennie, Iris Tanthe es :
~ 4 \ 18.12.52—8n. | Scheme from Teachers in the Government (Elementary) Teaching Dodson, Ella Vernon Tr. Germaine St. John 239.01 |
Red Composer AVR CONDITIONERS—Units for Hotels| Service for a one-year scholarship tenable at the University of Dur- Dorant, Catherine Tr. Louise Arrindell 72.39 |
» Offices, and Homes now available from | ham Institute of Education to follow a course of training in the Eduea- Dyal, Miriam E. Tr. Jerome Dyal 149.09
itn U.K, Details available and inspection] ” Ore Edchill, Frederick Tr. Winfield G. Edshill 13.67
Ss NELS for models invited. Agents: Interna-] tion of Young Children ee < : . Edg' ‘
, tional Corp. Ltd, Tel: 5009 Atnt ' tl 1 4 Edwards, John Ralph anes 13.00
i ‘ 17, 12. § Applicants must e successfu completed a course of training Elder, Charles L. Tr. Leon Williams 341.13
East G eat Dec t = STRATA ES chr ewe KeRCGAS. ik at Erdiston College and should submit applications to the Director of Farnum, Winnifred 304.66
AS rma sts ay 3INOCULARS—A new assortment jus a ¢ a ot anes
¢ eek eee isler, ae fag Bn hi os Oboe Optical c a anes Education so as to reach him not later than the 10th of January, Flemming, Caroline . 1,645.87 |
accused Henna’ iglen, » ammo ie Rg. Hunte 7.12'52—6n 3.12,52—2n Forde, Cecelia Tr. C, Forde 839.17
nist composer and prother of|* te at cas ves 13.12,92-—2n, G . ‘ana Viola ~ &. 10.71 |
Communist leader Gerhart Eisler] BEST QUALITY FR H WINES —— — Bo Serres a. tee oes ts see . |
of “formalism” and of bad mans] (lL. Danglade & Fils) Bordeaux Superieur Gibbons, Frank Leo Tr, Maude C. Williams .. 43.09
ners Rouge, Ch: Pontet Canet, Ch: Latour DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Gibson, Inez Violet Tr. Clarence Gibson 7.17 |
. ‘ Ch: D'iquem, Chateauneuf du Pape, : b d Denne © : 4 : * 5 46 |
Neus Deuschland, Communist! pommard, Macon, Chablis, Contact your Tenders for the Supply of Skimmed Milk Powder to the Public Bir ee “ ae |
party newspaper said LEisler’s|Grocer or R. M. Jones & Co,, Ltd 6 RENAE aul, elen . bene rose 4 69 |
creations which include the Bast|Asents, Dial 2053 ae Elementary Schools | Gittens, Princess Tr. A. Gittens 44.73 |
German state’s National Anthem, eee Tenders are invited for the supply of 80 (e« f Skimmed Gittens, Sarah Isabella au o |
“show trends of formalism which] CARRIAGE Ss Dial O63. Farin poy ss hai Element ; slaw Grazette, Joseph 31. 18
he has not overcome.” In addi-| R. L. Hutson, Holetown, St, James. | a’ 1 owder for use in the Public ementa cmc Hall, Joseph E. ‘a an 26.87 |
tion,” the paper said, “Eisler fre- ee 1).12.52—2n T during the following school term Haynes, Matilda Tr. W. Haynes 13.66
quently shows personal behaviour] “pon Just been overhauled 1. 4th May to 31st July 1953 Hunte, Bertie Tr. Florence Hunte 1,063 42 |
which causes justified indigna~| and reupholstered with bh in 2 14th September to 11th December 1953 Hunte, Kathleen M. is oe 13,25 |
tion,” beautiful condition. $150, Te} ma q , ot} of Jones, Sydney Tr. William Jones 19.75
| oe = ae 7 r= 3 1ith January to 9th April 1954. King, Irene Tr. Enid Toppin 364.10 |
_ PRESH BUTTER Standard Dairy Persons tendering must quote prices, duty free; ar will Be Knight, Cyril 158.68
Dial 0163 19.12.5220 Frequired to supply the milk powder in containers holding not more Lashley, Charles .... Kis sis 9.94
| Will B p iF Anant Aa than 56 (fifty-six) pounds of mill vder eact Laurie, Mabel Tr, Agnes A. Vaughr 413.50
HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of ail! . Y=5i po . 1K pow? ach Om zaurie, Ma r Agnes . aughn .. 3.99 |
ou I C Opu ar description. Owen T Alider, 11s Roebuck It is estimated that the ave » fortnightly consumption will be Legall, Arthur Tr. Mabel L. Legall . 8.82
Yess se ‘a Strest. Dial 3200. 2 et #.™ 13 (three) to 6 (six) tons. eae Hea nd seciat rr a |
¢ 1 MAGNIFIERS—Many types available at All tenders should be accompanied by a sample of the milk powder ayers, Soulpourne tise sess 1 s
1 P } } I ’ ie ue #
Imperial Optical Co., Lower Broad St. Jo aq Moore, Mary Tr. Fitz Albert Moore 48.48 |
Over K, R. Hunte 7.12.52—5n Morris, Edwin 297.06
. ° y ;
y : ome om aera Persons tendering must satisfy all requirements of the schools Newtr f ¢ Tr : Tew ”
Th Christmas SUBSCR&BE now to the Datly Telegraph 1 eae Been : , 1 tea, , $e . mn, a cham Tr. C. Newton el Ls |
s England's leading Dally Mewppaper pss uring the perio mentioned a é i i guarante to deliver : oO rg 7 ; n ta dat ade tone
vo striving in Barbados by r only @ feW Fine milk yood conditior the arsons aut a to transport Roett, Edward Tr. tladvs Roett 98.31
; b et publica tm London. Contact he milk in goc condl € € authorised to transport it Sealy Wilfred 7 ys 60.25
Ian Gale c/o Adgosata, (Os Ltd. Loes Fito the school Sir nd Oe Wan tategs ae 10:88 |
Representative. ‘el Tea. cal ut hie a. +43 aa4. J ot . ymons zeonard St. 4 sake ; 4U.
eprese: 597.4,0a—tt.5 Tenders must be marked “Tender for Skimmed Milk Powder’ and Skeete, Reginald Tr. Hilton Gooding 75.26
must reach the Colonial Secret Office not later tl 12 o'clock ne $kinne! Y 781.6
SUN SHADES—All type vailable ‘ . oie 5 6 uy $ a eae oO OO Skinner . Ann ee
New and. re-conditioned at low prices, fon Saturday the 24th of Janu 5: Small, Sandiford 10.09
Imper.al Optical Co., Lower Broad St The Government dos ot ! tself cee} he k r any Stewart, Eleanora: A ‘ 34.13 |
re: Ke. Fe Re “a a ndet ‘ ' Stoute, Florence Tr. John Parris 29.12 |
SCALES—5001b Pla m Seale turd¥f ith December. 1952 Thorne,
nd durable, The G al Agency go Pst sees Pes Toppin, Ir
P’dos Ltd 16.1 an nr ¢
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| STOVES —The famous Florence, Stoves] | 666GGOGGCOGS S099 OOOO In Touch With Barbados ha Mot Sree 9.27
& ( Tudor Street, Phone 5061 LADDIADN ss Coastal S * Waein Martha ts , ““Atherley 190.10 |
2 52—4n » A AR ik s astal Station Vason, Martha M. Tr. W. A, Atherley . 10 |
a 7 POL R (; RYN \ ‘ c nd Wirele «Wild Lt Williams Janie 3 48.368 |
ALL OF OUR EQUIPMENT IS OWCASES— Shite. mahogany Soe lt WANTED : e+ » now conn t Willoughby, Joseph O. ey ; ey 1,255.24 |
an be seen + dvocate ot ;
BACKED UP BY OUR EXPERT | Stationery, Broad Street 2 de ALN . owes JOS. A. ROBERTS,
28.11.52 n . ‘ > >. 2 os ie
AND EXPERIENCED NON- - ‘ Apply Immediately ss | De G B ' Manager. '
PROFIT MAKING SERVICE ANNOUN IMENTS To Q . * 29th November, 1952. |
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DEPARTMENT. WE SUGGEST|‘™* » 0, 8.8 i |
THAT YOU TAKE ADVAN- i — POLAR PRODUCTS }. r Maths
sy “ PF A sad OLASSIC TECNIC FOOTWEAR TD Ss: . 8 |
TAGE OF THIS SERVICE. COMPETITION LTD. » Orinax |
Will all those who have beer issued ‘ A t y |
! ¢ sctior th this compe " ‘ t trio |
> please eal at the Office of the |® Palmetto Sireet ss ,
1 s port & Export Co., Litd., at 2 20.19.52 »
BRADSHAW & (0, (obese ae = |
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GOOD CHRISTMAS PRESENT ? ie + Do you like your | ® ‘ Ge
\ BEDROOM FANCY ° | s. I Gee
On the 20th you can see at 2 ‘ | K Se
Mermenham, Pine Hill, 4 sets new BUY! WHERE ROWS OF d |
Retan Furniture going at half } esmou le |
price, Also six leghorn hens and YT | } |
1 cock five months old at $6.00 | . ‘ ‘ { |
each, a Bullterrier 5 months old 7 ae. &: C h j
and imported pix« at $5.00 pe h ' EN AO A A NT njoy a TISpy Tis mas |
pat | @) cHRisTIAN science
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20,

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ro yu Own Corresponder won championship’ against any}
i t > » wilh on ~ ar » . .
ugh Servite wd: weenie the| Cuuanding contender and fe wHl- AT LEAST half a dozen members of the Rockley Golf
ign §6Serville We) in Oo give oswe . Louis, ~ ar asian ala . es an rkie—

Trinidad Welterweight Champion- een he defeated to become! 27d Country Club will be well provided with Christmas | spa

hi; ght now wants the Trinidad’s first Welterweight Box-| Provisions tonight, for after eighteen holes of competition |
West Indian title. Serville, 20, is ing Champion a return at any} this afternoon six swollen hampers will be awarded to without
of ans a f re re ill — << seme a voee scored . the most successful players.
18 ich a contest ; nockout victory over St. Louis, . i.

YOMBERMERE SCHOOL have been building a strong team over leaves for Caracas, Venezuela! holder of the "Trinidad and Brit-!{ Attracted partly by’ the rich rewards for the winners,

¢; as ons and I think that the Barbados Cricket Asso- Next yeur, He declared to-day he ish West Indies Lightweight, . ™’Nners up and third place finishers and partly by the| effort
goir » be hard put to reft their application for playing |1s prepared to defend his newly Championship in the ninth round. novelty of the competition, forty players have entered. | a
} Division next season. ; 4 : Fifteen ofthese are ladies but no discrimination was shown
7 ‘ ywl I “d he champion » « 3 7
. ion Gad with tour promising lett hande | when a blind draw was made and the partnerships pro- Glittering, spotless glass,
long with the n mising playe duced. In. some cases two ladies will be playing together, ’ ' :
; ‘ n water needed — just a little
iid have as strons Hartiso in others two men, while in others there are mixed com-. "4 nowa . eal
~ la ms than th Va ee ool sohbet ike binations. Windolene spread over the glass, give it a moment to dry then
they have alreac defeated a cor d Fi '
: m the Lodge School. But . . mo | Greensomes i John Grace and E. A polish it lightly. The result is faultless, sparkling perfection.
friendly fixture which they played as legen competition will be PREP oe tae 1
K Sh Sr ek ieee }ed as greensomes — both mem-/| 1.55—Mrs esta empro and FOR WINDOWS,
FIRST INNINGS HONOU nS jbers of a pair driying off all| Frank Morgan. Ww i n d 3° i e n e MIRRORS, BATHS
FPHES ; vurs for a lead on first innings in this fixture ees, then selective drives and C. Bellamy and R,. Wilson. REGO REFRIGERATORS—IN FACT
‘ollege team wh 1 i Mr. Headles thereafter alternate shots with 2.00-—Miss Faye Atwell and R if,
il one ball. Three-eighths of th« Vidmer, CLeans Glass castly é guichly ANY GLAZED SURFACE
¢ the College 95 t I innir nd combined handicaps will be Mrs. Anne Munz and E.
c I i 1 zth of thet llowed and deducted from the Benjamin, i
de I n their vt wring medal score at the end of 2.05—C. Bayley and H. V. King. | oe
i "hey 4.30 p.m. tting Combermers eighteen holes. Mrs. Doreen Perkins and
» be made in the 5 ivailable for play. The cores | Prize hampers will be awarded } _ B. Osborne, si 8
ne tom. aril ose of pl This v rtainly i} to each of the first, second and | 2 one, Seen and Jan Nib-| bad Poli
= ; thar 1 minute ist the | third pairs. ' ock. aA Th Ha os oliece
Th yement constiti My r ( a € } Because of the large field of Mrs. R. Vidmer and Mrs. | e rpa
E Seed ts J Dp { } players and the early sunset the E. B. Williams : |
horit | first pair will be off the starting! 2.15—J. R. Sonne and Geof- | '
a eee a aN sat ; 193 Uni- }tee at 1.30 p.m., which should frey Manning. | DON TS FOR DRIVER
COIMBAT VRE oO DORAT- B RN Ma Te ' - 4 | give the last pair, starting at Mrs. Keelah King and |
KANNU GOPINATH versity student. Stylish right ,| 2.15, a sporting chance to finish K, R. Hunte.
har bat particular! rong on in some semblance of daylight. Sane ee ee Don’t let your foot rest on the clutch
he off-side. Fast in the outfield Pairings 4 dal he ; ps
t e catecl Right arm off The pairings and tarting pedal, except when you have to’ use it.
5 See ape aie dat SoA we. sme one MANICURE =
et wt aavee 30-—Mrs. FP. W.. Saat a Samet
. | Colin Thomas a : 4 ;
three Tests against England in | Mrs. Vera Manning and _ , "9 PONE a
951-52 | Mrs. Doreen Beasley 1® °
la econd highest individual } 35—Mrs. Brenda Wilson and 1 i:
: ia ed “ag 1980-81 First DRIVING a 1953 Lincoln, Chuck Stevenson (left) of Fresno, Calif., | Mrs. Muriel McDermott. | > 4 ,
re of 195 in the 105 a ¥e copped the stock car division of the Pan-American road race, averag- | N. G. Daysh and E. B.} $ ,
class» season and headed ‘cras\ ing 90 96 miles per hous for the five-day run. Steven 3 i j ‘Williams. $ ) S N $
‘ ‘ 2 3 . son, seen with j i
batting averages with 428 made|neo-pilot Clay Smith of Long Beach, Calif, won $11,628, | 1.40—Mrs. E. Maskell and W. in beautiful leather = GODDARD S RE TAURA T $
in f innings with an verage | Grannum, cases le cE
85.6 ] | J. Kellman and W.. P. .
of 85.60. Wa a Seta. of | 4 | Nurse
Indian team England “ILE AG Eh E CRICKE | NOTE }1.45—W. Atkinson and Victor Red, Blue, Black, Brown, 2 December 24th
On London corre yndent | Hunte, ete. 3

° deals with golf and tat a tenni SCRIBBLER | Mrs. C. Thomas and R. ’ iS
I to-day Tnniss. | 3 L
€3.000 GOLF. TOURNA Meeting this week the Dispute K. Davis took 7 for 36. Belfield ht 50—Mrs. MacIntyre and L. Remarkable value! g uncheon Special

‘ "ak T aN Committee of the League award-| were 86 fo: 9 when rain stopped | paeehe : $

I ed the Dover vs. Bordeaux match | play. | Y Jewell $ J Jo, :

MATEUR golfers who neve |/to Dover. The ¢ : Vk wr go @ergnergs second. innings. See Your Jewellers @ g

A ry Piet eo i, rc The grounds of claim Challengers Defeated j Tian Beriows ‘totalled 36 to Win the = aL (of r aL ‘ot °

j é julie Made the scratch stage | were “ — Dover's second Greens making a strong bid for | match. R. Daniel scored 17 while R | ® >

; are to be catered for in a new|!nings the ball became unfit for! championship honours went down | Nurse took 4 for 20 4

ae bs ; Inlay “de > J . > own onges los same to Searles ®
Se eats aininae x British tournament. It is the pr: ane peocing da oe to defeat against Boys’ Club in the {1 eee a . go Raptr, olitipe F484 — De LIMA ?

‘ ean debhne + ss — . & Sisted on playing this | Central Division. Green full team and were dismissed for 31 .
¢ “gles Hotel King’s Course, Scotland, between October 14—17)), ‘ “a : i reens on Satur- :

: year. Thirty-two professionals will partner amateurs of up to par page Bi ae eh ne day resumed their second innings !°"Sesries scores were 98 and 71 for 5 & co., LTD. ® $

x handicap in a knock-out event. £1,000 of the prize money will unfit for play A ° sult tite and could only raise 76, thus giv- | Ge sclared, Morris 30 ‘ .
e reserved for a consolation tournament among the sixteen pairs | acvlet pIBy- AS & Ke o 'S\ing the Boys’ Club an outright | Thite ar 1s has scored 20 Broad St r
wh knocked out in the first round. The tournament is experi- |decision Notre Dame, Dover and| |victory. For the Boys’ Club L. St. |g0¢ nw ie, the season De : 5 SEASON’S GREETINGS d best wishes to
mental and is being staged as part of golf's Coronation celebrations, | Rangers are now equal in points in| v. took 3 for 13. L. Brathwaite |" Morris of Searles has taken his and at Marine Gardens ee ’ . 3 s 7 a ee $
It is proposed that the first 25 professionals in the Open Champion- / ae City re 3 and the teams! 9 for 24 and J. Inniss 2 for 20. | as wicket. =. ginegn of the y : ®
hip should be invited, plus seven others. This would leave room | graves on the semi-final are In this division Boys’ Club’s hope | * ee eee r 2 All of our Friends and Customers $
for overseas players, and it is possible that some of the American|Notre Dame and Dover. The of carrying off the championship | — Saws i = ae ~|% $
Ryder Cup team, who are playing at Wentworth earlier in the month, [nen ae take plac nk ae | lies in the chance of Greens suffer- g rs

NY aonnienta on Saturday next ecember 27, | ing another defeat by George Park, * iS g

. , . y 2. CH eSTS Sunday December 28 and January : vue . . z ®
TABLE TENNIS CHAMP RESTS Sunday I anc ary | Greens are 4 n . é - , a , :

oes , LEACH, twice world table-tennis champion, is to take a 3. rne finals et the ne ae bie tree Ne sod tie Boge teen ere eetae 29000”

mont st fro » game. For the past three years he had been | @%d Ang will commence the i. 7 % . ns
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n finds that he has gone stale, his game has lost its keen edge. ; Sunday _ and the next Saturday. ' In the Drax Hall vs Invincible ft .

Since returning from his successful summer tour of the Far East he | An application will be made for | match Drax Hall scored 148 and =
has not won a single title. He hopes that a complete rest will restore |the Mental Hospital grounds ©" 153. A Selman took 3 for 40 and 2 ¥
him for the coming World and English championships jwhich to play the finals. ‘for 13 Crichlow 5 for 33 anid 3 for | Skilfully blended—
| 5 13 Invincible’s score was 191. To | * : ®

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PURPIN-HUME BOUT U, S. Beat Italy A ther Upset \this L. Murray contributed 40 G. | patiently aged = l a

CHAMPIONSHIP ONE ae. " | Once agair ‘alcutations have! St. Hill 28 A. Sel B. Arthur 25 = me

° C Tilt lbee a al an the Ci lis! ; Divis. ‘for Drax Hall L King took 7 for | ; 3S
LONDON, Dee. 19. se » Carlisle vis~ é 4. : ;

Chairman of the British Boxing In Davis sup u ‘ion. St. Matthias’ victory against | 58. G. Brereton 1 for 45 and J. |/ = e &
Board of Control indicated that SYDNEY. Aus. Dec. 19. |Middlesex placed them one point! Scott 1 for 28. = Pi = &
the group will recognize as neW he United States clinched a,ahead on the Championship Table. | eeee ware rete Geant’ wae | = ;
middleweight champion the WiN-| cyot in the challenge round for|But as a result of last Sunday’s! first and were all out for 28. No bats = R
ner of the bout between Randy) ine Davis Cup with a straight set games Middlesex has returned to; man reached double figures. For George A:

Turpin of England and Charles ¢_4, 6—3, 6—2, doubles victory the head of the Table with two a aa 6 for 6 and 'S Ed &
Humez of France. J, Onslow Fane) ayer Ttaly, giving North Ameri- points ahead, George Park replied with 57 and | = rg
rman of BBC made the in 1 3—0 lead no matter what St. Matthias could only obtain) Upland in their second innings repeated : ‘ ;

‘tement in comment to sugges-| happens in the two singles match- three points from Penrode while the scare of Bh With 29 runs necessars | = %
tions in the United States that @ ». tomorrow Middlesex defeated Rangers “B”) short found this in.possible and were | = f, &
tournament involving Humez, Tur- rhe U.S. team is assured of a outright, In the other key game|®@! gut for 26. R. Brathwaite took § for 2 td ie
pin and four North Americans be! jash with the defending cham-,of this series Radcliffe scored |!” Barmy 2. s08. £ we:

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essor to retiring champion Ray pound starts Decemer, 29th. The|with victory in sight for Rad-| wor an innings victory from Lancashire. | 2 rd
Robinson, camwork of Victor Seixas and cliffe, » | Laneashire were dism’ssed for 21 and you are invited: to make :
He said: “As far as this board) Tony Trabert turned back Gianni The last of the series will be-| = &
oncerne Nit i pen, batons Cucelli and iapewerto Del Bello gin tomorrow. Radcliffe will have Do you need a met Sy reservations as soon as a
ind imez for the world) who battled a the way, The) Boys’ Club as their opponents, St. ome to |}) 7 . a i
Che Americans ought to ac-| complete match took just 50 min- Matthias PM Cc and Middlesex U NEE DA GIFT d cia init of bd possible
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PAfiK FIIII BAKBAIMis \I,lu' CTI BATtBUMT. IlKtMBhK it. H52 BAF^DOSjA ADVOCATE Hslarsli l> K. t H HMjj >i\ltt\l\4. TIME" '. %  %  %  %  .. %  ', %  •• p ep at I Bconomu I I %  PSS b) ibllShsd 111 tr. Timrs % %  •finals present 1 easury Ch*Sti<-*-t are to be seen Mr. 1 mm, There <„ H Barbados, and for %  %  '••-ndance I of the wh' mil evident representation %  %  %  %  •isnl scene today can fail 4 and the island tha services ofl U i %  t %  %  '.#• senior %  %  island. Barbados d : %  Tl re u a fchool of thought irl I in just as • hat they would run any political action at all 'hat a w.i. ratlin %  adult suffrage at the %  jnant v o i c e in Since than has Adams' %  %  %  %  %  %  Uad and Mr Adam can today have access i na with IVI ramani ofllelali tn tr i Buildings Instead of having to take back nf Rial to be swotted up as %  ork. %  % %  : lal status is develop 'i (and it ai an 11 tn t,r) OtllSl lf BUM %  • .1! eventually be compelled • • i i p Of the I minutes dealirs tm which they are reTha xpenment in part • ifhados has obviously been -... %  % %  ild no the tra] pomp of : without wW only a shop-window front while an is conducted somewhere %  .V.sembly and verned by the I i EMCU.ilthough the mem"I from the (,< hiv can and do the da] powar is limited u die title of mlnistei hi • %  %  %  inmhers of th<' Executive Coaunitl Assembly tha I not be in it is at present that I .it iill if during tha frequent absent • %  : %  : i tab .me" which %  in [r. Adams 1 %  %  %  ; aatton. but alread I %  • I dara* beat • antativaa %  .' %  DM, Mr %  ad with I ..n tha Coi vantiona and thr %  %  %  of tha [the West U %  %  Bconon Ic Coi lime union pubheati loa Labour P ask whethej whole history ox tha %  %  l |l % %  ,. %  n : %  %  II.. i.s. s %  I OKI* SI MOV Yon l A a|M k i i's Lemon Jiii<*c Spy I tSBSflSV %  .< man apt*.. the** mn wai teat >jt Anton Kurpferlr a SMI claimed to L-I vtanns Simon a.. Cam %  K. MOMI.OMI R. llll'l M Y r.vuit> and M*4 to ba wifh a raagM read ~ I %  %  Broofcljii He f .. •.-* MSBM Kas *• ass, a-Unf Has MV Qani --. has ajai %  ...if si an pex. TV tfc-rt )>T. %  .-c : -*T. tfaaafH ^••fW^CJ Of * km* I eassaai msi -ir -. pm* al -* U -ffat-r v ;*%  an aerasaBd a" ey anssc fcaa a* rhnrssv. til K prwfii..' rassflaaatai SI SSSffSl i farnun.-M *>r He WT*M! far a law .:. a rk iOa m a BOR. ana al sfaipfna ( MPT He ise!'-KM f(r l_*r*.' %  anaaat ai rt.r' %  rtartsaaaa .*,PnaOlr ** uwa ti* Yark aaancy .%  Araokc as a •.•ura-c.aai i— aa an nanrlissi ell ata^d that be was iravatalfig s rnaawm MMI Hialaaa oar hit abup _. :etler oe jx*t*4 .'. V. ib-day, and / en %  i '•• do bttai— %  iy/ndoti. / iKsil %  'dam f-y "•* end o| Ihia week, and / nopr to n". 0i. '.udav-. I bunnrii, -.'ild tf<-t SM / hard lo / I irfin-d for me, / BRLE." At this time there wan. of comaa, I %  %  pacial altanUon to rorrvapon%  Kuspffti l a/s • e t t e r was oil ki-i out bp sa sxai wai su>j The penaor wni lbs fa ttst to %  %  tot bat tibta %  n • %  avtUai InvisM. link The lest* bnmealatel) %  measaxe. %  lines of the natbls band* '-|f reterrod to the position. ISM. SQd number* of warships whuh I seen In the Irish CaHaDj approachinx UvarpooL It also repealed details of the equipment and date of departure of a force which was shor.. ths Yux*. It ended with th<> '/ tiari'"-'. I • X up tar passi nuil be quirt for a %  %  %  .t^ th-t he b-d been i by irnjiu,' %  ecunty offlcers. NOBODY'S DIARY Monday—Truth is stranger than I < I .. and 'tis true that I am often surprised by the things I see around me. 1 was walking near the spot where the lree music blares into the careenage when I noticed whll on the ground. Pausing in the noonday heat I read the following sensational words crowds of people— — for 18 YOSTS are taking advantage of me ". The first two blanks represent %  sarnri of the girl who was taking advantage and the third represents the person who presumably U responsible for the denunciation Knowing how antiquated a* the libel law of Barbados I wouldn't dare la therr. m although hundreds cat oh*< have seen and remembered what they are. It all remands aa of the chair I saw in a Northa old .Gossip? of the tom-n used to be marched around were booed at and then tipped into the: _; *. pi a— I 8 Please, don't think I aaa pui ;-*** bjSaj people's heads about the local a aiajsi sad with the reneral al at* water o Wi -M ewR might be in short SCOTCH ..nd HIM ISM -irKIII ktorkrd al lill. UTTLl AMP A \„-w.r w tmt IhrMm.. Ul* I ///^A 1 en prUr at' '_ H'roii'l >7r..f %  %  %  guttural Genr.a.1 arrant %  i ;• %  %  %  : vas the i %  the pro* tell the %  .' .ruel was only carrjlDf out his profeo.'. in appearlnc for the prisoner, uml he had to remind them tti.it It was "the proud '< .;iish Bar thai UM help which , barrister ,-ould gtva *houH nol t %  prtsonsi fud l>een given .,1 IT n QMS* he could used thai to send a In an adjoining cell. .' Belgium la In our hands and no lone %  •' of thest' messages. "Oh. if I could n %  sjata f' r *.. Th< r k > fareaesi to %  fid !h| p .lly was rilniurd Irom Ve^trrda* ,r. *W. marketing do' tha terri: lumber. *nd A pil-t cnning plant in ... •:• %  %  ">tton ginnery and muscovado -i, ginnery f Guiana%  %  lea in 1949 proU d to 1.741 tons ol %  %  natal snd %  %  ; 'i H by the •?( Afci .'-ulture Th<' %  I rations for livestock J* s<;Id lo farmers a% have hat to pay The 1 of the D llm seed mejl Leeward .' i %  %  . ..• 19 SO. It ". %  of the %  pi .manly •Srlcult %  %  %  MS latter %  U-Mti M 1 : isent the %  i mi.nufaIMIU Ix-tueen 1944 and 1952 p tor %  tween 1941 and 1931 Ktal ai I \. • i nHural Credit %  %  uilturalit | iltural t.>-i.iM-r.*rlth a membershi|i of 90i. in 195: there were I I %  %  i ultural co-operativi 1 ISM I %  %  a* many sh agricultural 1 itedit sociaUM In l3t us in 1938, In litmgs Up tc %  lural eo-eperstlve 4 many. I ih~ Auricultural Bank lo th, Agricultural bredit in 1951 ami untsd to t,-ti | '938 figure F.K! creased from $2fl.8H3 m 1943 to I2B7.I97 in 1931. and I.vestock S12.72T to $121 298. In 1938 tr^o AcrtrilSural Crlit Bank •-dvanoad S1.000 to two bo r ro wers B 19541. $485,500 wag advanced to 20 borrowers. In llntlvh Guiana, whare 27 co-operafla banks, loam in 1950 wro_tppj t.met the ng*m for 19:t Bunnam ten timsi as much credit vas available n 1930 SI rompared i. credit madeavaitalik by the A KI (cultural I from Cl!< : 47.872 in 1949 Loans made I 1940 and 1189.073 %  Ceaparativaa %  %  been madf m the co%  ...... %  %  K.. born 17 158 in 1931. when th< hip v as 30.700 volume of Ml DSM $'J4 726.000. Ot II poe-thtrd i redll unions %  %  [ • 118.433,000 t nigar mtus which %  %  i v irop' one %  \Q which handled most of I : s>; a fruit .... raUva f These co-operjhai about on. cultural ; • luarter of %  tl the farmers • On Page 8. S Just as 1 was last lines I remembered that filthy pond lies between Kensington and Wesr.burr Road. It's time it %  ioes it ser\-e any useful purpose which I don't know about? • • • Tuesday—Am still trying to understand whether UM I itfton Men Work ing" is meant to be sarcastic. Normally I expect to find men working, but whenever I see this si^n thtn to be a single man in sight. So I am left to conclude that the men are working atsBssnl Why then the more puzzling is the notice informing all and sundry "Danger Open 'l"ms may of course be a misprint for "Danger Man! Hole open" But why not save time and say simply "DanMr, I suppose it's all due to this academic education we are always reading about. Worst offenders of all the notice placers are the gentlemen who tell you to "keep left for the Bridge". There mus' be hundreds of people like me who "keep left" only to discover that they arc not going over the Bridge at all but straight up St. Michael Row or down tc the city. The motorist gets so accus tomed to the sign "Keep left" which he finds all over the island that he "keepj left" and then thinks about it. I won der if the BAA can follow this or maybe I'm the dunce. Maybe! but you've got to make allowance for dunces haven't you and its unlikely that I'm the biggest one running around loose. Wednesday—I am convinced that the orchid circle uses a black background for orchid display for commercial reasons. Orchids make beautiful wreaths and the black background is so funeral. Personally I find it depressing and would much rather see my orchids in a scarlet or white setting. What if the white gets soiled? Water though short for the Fountain still gushes freely and often wastefully from hundreds of free roadside cocks and Barbados export So what anwe waiting tor? A changs of heart. • • • Thursday—I still cannot make up my mind whcthci the old goat in the corner was laughing at me or whether ho was trying to '-oil rne a dirty i<>ke. Anyhow h laughed out loud as I went by. Later on 1 wondered whether he was rrjnicinr because of the very poor turn-out of dairy battle. Or maybe he didn't like his feed. Friday—The official perplexity about m> gender reminds me of J. B. Mortons mi mortal poem "The Horse" Thi> is M -short that I can hardly quote any uf it without quoting all but here with ack nowledgment are some verses. "George Eliot was so like a horse 'I hat bookies on the Gatwick course Shouted the odds against her She came there with some gentlemen: But doubt creeps in. "The Mill on The Floss" Was neves written by a hoss." No; or as my second son would say "b\ nobody neither Nor." • • Saiurday-To my utter horror I find that there are four fountains in Queen's Park which do not play. This means thai there will be five fountains not Bowlni when the Princess Royal arrives next month. What a shocking Wftl< tha Queen's Aunt from a colony which of its connection with her family Ah well it'll all come out in the wash Anyhow Chi So cheei up. XOTICE Our IIAKDWAKr: IK-partim-nt ui'l !• OPFN on S.turtU> 2Utb Drcmbrr until I p.m. a n* will be riming un Saturday 27th all day. wnjumoii a HWNIS (,... ua Successor* To a S. PITCHER & CO. (asses latnVeaal BM KUIIII STOITBS C'uuld be one ut a doien i \i inn.: surprises from our Maanrwaaa department . EVENING I) A V AND SPORTS SHIMS Kvening Shirts With soft and hard fruiilv Il ; .\ and Spurts Shirts uiih closed, open and Tm-iks. AMERICAN SPORTS I IFS & S0CKS Novel designs and striking colour—hut Socks include sober black Silk for i:\eiiinDress. I A ISLE i SILK TIES The {.minus Pablay dealajn in Bilk Tie uild Handkerchief Sets . Da Costa & Co., Ltd. MU VKKIV.XI.S . i)is i-.r MnfffU Quikrr Puff Rlrr Maker f|s8l %  ! %  MM (with cup A Bsaosr) Spins In HolUr* Ori-bo* Sad Oltry Salt Cod Rifs Ant* Pi*to noi.ii nit.MiK RIM Moi'ry \ in as hml mis a WiBBti i cont /\ THE SPECIALS FOR YOUR PARTY 3 >r. old I i..i Juai Pl>nic HamflM per ajsi SS.40 p*r al St.IS prr Ih I I | n\Kl HI are walllns for rot K \M.\S 0MM u rases larl> W> PSssTSl Califvinia I'mnes li.uirrs Nul. hru t nrt-se Hull ii tlt.id < hSSM I i,er<* HisculU %  SSet USS In I'kiv "I-IIIIn tins siirmiiis in I'kr*. Frotrn Peaa I n./'ii siriv.twrrirFTSBM P>*arhe?. Krd Applrt Brnw i.llr l.irlir.uinnH.ti Rye Whiskr)* Drambuie llulwnnrt Mumm's Champainr ntaanVt WlnM f.o#/## i n n S i



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SATUtllW III ( | M||| u j„ 1J52 BAKHAIMlS AI>VlKATl: PACE I'lVI Driver Appeals Against Commissioner Of Police Renewal Of Licence Refused By Police In Uw "f Appeal yestenlav Their H i II A Vuighui and Mr. A.J. H. Hanschell adjourned unlil January 9 next year a complaint which Agricultural Development Oom I'Eir 4 Harcourt Kmia 1cm \ drlvM <.t Kmv Spring. St Thomas British Guiana in 1938 and 1B44 Messrs. Carrlngton'& *S brounht aRainat the Commissioner of Police in which it '„' %  %  '-'• ""'' .'" 3 "' w,, "' h peared tor the Plaintiff. 1 was stated that the Commissioner Chancellor Mr J W B DM application | prisenicn! | .<• yjop. erty gnveted Simon JUbMB, plain tiff and Louis Spemman. defendant. The propcity consists of a maaaW MOM with 1.489 s<|iinre fret of Kind in Swan Street. Hr riget.v..%  Mr. G. B Nile* in tractcd i >enly i to renew Kind's driver's licence. Counsel in the case yesterday were Mr. E. K. Wako.; y.C. .. -.,CUtOd with Mr J. E, I | for King while Sgt. Fui A :o the Traffic Branch at Central Police Station Is appearing .is •Cent for the Consul] Police. After th,. CotnmssBstVMI of Police had made his deetl took the matter 10 Pol trate Mr. H.*A. Talma who confirmed the decision of the Commissioner of Pol Dal pealed against Mr. Talmas decision. Before the \ in the case Mr. E. K W, Pressure On Post Office Is Heavy ere handed in HILLS FOR r ROB ATT The tol.il br.nces affecti membership was 6.121. and the \olume of uusinesi i 148.756. The credit union movement began in Trinidad and Tobago In 1946. Between 1940 and 1950 th? number Of unions trebled, the memherahip was moi*. than three •lines as much, ana the advanced Hi "V to r> %  i.>ed from S9.859 to $107,771 There were t o co-operatives in Dom the prope'U d filed. end 1944. In 1952 there were . Christmas Pressure in the Post wftfc a membership of | as heavy as usual in ail value of limes and oil processed Masses of mail by these co-operatives Extra staff has been taken on year was *53.281 n avad iy m top gear to oops \\ ,, ;.,;.„ writs, the additional volume of In ROsttbV n i„ ;,.,. OB the point of Kings right to „ 0nco aajln ,he Colonial Post *£* %  indicated at. anneal ll.Bald th .1 th* <„ur' ,f Ma!tI appeals for th. nd marketing facilities hav Ap^.ina! land in lots <•' Hall Tin appllcatl m In tion with the second lota of land KlilNK & ENJOY %  id %  Mi J 0 Wu lhal they i lv allow the whwi they are satisfied that the %  in good order. Nurses' Aasoc. Prize Drawing %  tloB Of In* public particularly lw rn provided in a number %  ire aakad NOT ''rr dories. Such importance an w.iitmg. but ^ jj <,, > t *< i^ the nuestion in J. his call prompt:-. Kreat deal of work to Marion Adele Bradshaw. fit that Michael. Joseph Nathaniel Thome, St George Frances Jones, St. Michael, James Nathaniel IWtte, *. George. Lillian Caroline Bentham, St. George Frederica MCMI11.IT: Clarke. do. | the p;ist tW 3.551 bags of mail warn t-rseas, of which were intransit to other Indian Colonies. tka ed 1.513 West that the responsible agencv .... %  %  %  separate d"ep..rtment or government, the D*j • •merit of Commerce and tadwtrias, Information fao respect of Puerto Hico Is presented In a scperate l.rticl,' in th is Christ Church. DF.CREF. ABSOLI rC %  i land of wi nut %  %  %  %  b) the railway truck bCCI %  track as a punlk rood i roved l the dlwisloa %  ; 0 ]fi 6d. Ticket* Re-MillThe Board alto approve,, of tl fc i • \ W tod \ Bfl M and Mto of 7*i; \ B 8B1, r.th A 848 t flint I \ N \ MM, 8ii' CaVriatttngaj Pffeaj Dnwlag Ticket 1/I—C IMM, Mi -C 591. 5th—J 959. (Hh Ml W A %  I U loth II 110, 11th : I'M". 13th | Ml A .79. |lh i B 407, 1BU 11lth A 040, Hth I". 6I. 21-t Ifl the Court of At Court the |D(iadlcUon should not be taken away from It. Hla cllcni'i rtttju w clearly set out in the Court of Appeal Art. Sgt. | where there Was. Do conviction or The hulk of the f.no there should be no anneal lo "iirface mails was dl K p Court of Appeal, under the durnii; the month of Novembei >ad Traffic Act. Th. | early this monthParcel atTV.1 ruled that Kin rt had %  li I %  l>een particularly heavy ntPt£?*~~ p ^ irchM f appeal. srlth 1.616 bags. Hi Charles A BvtlrnThe lids face th. .i .,-„ tua'ii-u.. c,e absilute in the suit of B. N. • Uaf^^nSrSnt Hind, p titioner D I | mnU in this field h£ been "sponden • an E *>ur* n X. co'" ^nuK^o. ?!?*., '* pronounced on pri^ sU'e'oTaoVuS'soCof <**** ". "J !" Th ^' orations is afforded by a ,lom r appeared in tx-r-nn. In the Coufl for Divorce tnd The I •:* face II MatlinvOniaJ Causes yesterday thrmiKh which I Ills Lordship the Chief Judge S run \ Allan Collymore pronounced de. house will %  atei from the Ooeetiunant watei B. ir a n\i . £ do to expedite counter m xiingu. in i9M Ltnv.r n ln.iHv tad il ami not vice as well as the distribution r>.714 tons in St Km* and 12 267 la e uod to hint Ho nu %  licenced of DUUB, tens ;r. N driver for about 16 >. i kkfl DM been made for The distribution of seeds and 1950 he handed hi-. %  Of UM DapOal-Unaiit procefsmlsaflona de Since that time he hud applied Vldis tan.pa to be used In con/ : for a l. %  %  llh UW orl *t the Administration in Puerto R medical certificates. His r Hrch. and stamps "" /Hind SiudenU Giving Qoncert The 14 bund lean.iug nnndicvfta -i in* Hud H.I.;. J UM slice: am K,i IIIK .i eosKufi •( i l carols this aftornoon direction %  93.390 aqu nd a< le Ml by Mm M I OIUO %  i,-t HI 1"! I v "' u * Pn 8 mc conjes,h.,i t (iey serv v as a sort of bure*i 'inn It the • %  •--< % %  —~— u— --w u—.*. of Mi Harold B '"eloped^ in some 0rgHlll „ C) Ht J)tllll church Th. lurkcung Sir AUall couymoro, Prea tf the Barbados Ass> aid %  I Ow Bund and i 1 I ,n envelop.conU cash bonu* • each of UM In addition, they will i% %  • i from 'he small sul -. %  i m. yeati %  l Tui n driven by Xthai II the ti.'Bridie, City, whlls 11 %  ling In thi I'rafalgai %  .. ed i.ni.u Ing of th. i no ,lon J*J?J P r "'l po^t branch of standards, and "are resnonii'ble headed by Mrv Ben MOON M ,i tea and thai cntl tva ""J"! "J ,„ lav ,'."' : aosaartiui %  high quality Of Mro. Ihireen Ward, who ran Ihe "black-out" wtnie driving. He wa.' id P r '' a who asked him if he -uttered from fits. He told bin Since he handed in he had seen Major H n and produced nv |o him which %  ) i lit to drive. In the !•. merchants in clearing then '/ 7*W ('mmvUlor In Hurl tin I os SBAWatLL, D-c. 19: Or. Edward ,omat ws. limes and mam. %  i t| rtcd Thus the DeMik Bar at the Agncultin partment of Commerce and InExhibition. Wall-wlsnon m I dustrles in Jamaica Is not only Ijie St. John's ..i* .ind parcels, pimento, and the administrator, %  —— with the ..id > f the !>..nana com__ _----,—-auasa m -s~* 1 a a imi g ars. t, r -SISUSTS PETITIONS GR \M E /> porla of citru,. coconuu. coffi In Ihr Court of Oruiliury His by HPMO II...1,. .. OrlBth In Ihp l.iwrr Court M...I. W A oi-.n^i.. mc. m lir U wjrp -~......~. ..._.._ -. ln uir toun 01 uruio^ry 111. o> m.-^.i > ......... Sloul, n JSnmlS onir ol A Lcc Dcn,al Sur.on. Council*••* %  • of ah pmrnl. winkIt I^rd.hl" irranlr.1 ... ;V |,..u..l for Hi. mil lS\ ^S !" h, 0 ^ I %  ,y..l.Ml!.„l u Jo.Ihl, <" "" %  /">"• Pullr> and Tho „„, .„,„. ,„.„,, 1 ,,., I „. £. .2SL5 c SS5 h £ ..2J3 B.WXA. from IM.I. IS"S-. c £ o e?ttiJ?''l* %  t** PIHSI R the accident King had him with niedh he (King) refused to b* i by a Police Medicnl % %  %  the 1 .1. i.%  that a licence should no' IM' u/orth granted. II ar Mayor of Sun Fert ASF. IIIS.MISSII) • a" months holidayV He Sf-JSTC ^SauI*f^*Z.^'x Ch, ,t Ch.."rch."atT.V ll Ml J< :. Lee and I'„i l -S . ? .'-I ~ I? "• Nia*tc*aBje Alleyna of Bel fM children, Edward. ^,v In u, j ^ I n^'" '' '•' ll '' *'^ -. ^ %  Id and Anne and tn*v irn ^'J U0 ?of^aSs Si^K •* %  < " ^"' p ****** An '' w > l "" "" h M M N '" at Bcnwce Cues, House. ouc tI "of y, \v | ,, u A,|' L • f Cnlon, BJ IIUV.T oa M-llnr a vohmlnrv eerMessrs. Yearwood h BOTCC BpI"' "'<"' %  ,I,,. bn amm^ f ^J ^7, J' 11 ;! Another a I Otetrude HisWorahi, v„ a B CJrtmtli '' ' 'V Ra ;^ enundo Bo,w h wSlcS ha. K Ocedon Orntd£ of Hi Acting POUCO M \' ,p ,^" c pa "' of the high reputation achieved by Groeme Hall Terra,-. t %  ; I Alon.;, irirt dismiSMd Apri from '"f l ""'-' '" bone uu bdend'i fanned pineapple Church, to the aauta of his Wb Qa ild Nil without preiuduo .,"r,,se brought Taclng. he is also keen o n educa|(roducta exported to the United father Campbell P It. Qt^enKlM, MUo M. A 1. bV the Police .liaigiiii: J4-% V aril *',* : S IV !' n K> \~ T ~ "•' %  late of Valley 11.11. Christ Cl. .. li ^ I Si 1 %*E^ *J2EF&I£1J£: V %  i"P a to thy poor children of San v (; w K lim ,, ,,...,.,.,.,, .. for SgdV£ %  : t,,r ,he t"* 1 ,7 VM t-l *m* b, Messrs Yearwood' I, Boyc k %  > One nna. aspect of ngriculnira. '^STS^^ T^TT^M SiS -Jr.f! developmenl ... IlieCanhheaii terW, C(||| ,. f ,,,.„ k ,„„, Sl „,,,-, .... ... 1 M S roperty of Owen SMI* ol Kelt treat The prusecutio four witness e s ir for the award i row morni when two bOCfl 01 i efforl holnrshlps are mains I iit.ir.es tinea the First Sesnion of %  jiphni.l wa t.rl. will ,h,. w,5t Indian Conference re%  M rhd %  any ol thi ..in Per1.1. onaMartd, That is I metropolitan aid offence wa* conusltted on Fe' 2H the secondary schools in Ban P-'provided for this purpose. United i Prosecution wlt %  Id that Undo and are onlv open to poor Kingdrm grants to th" British after Beckles had taken up a hiand *" hi no 'ranger to Barbetween 1946 and 1951. ill Mir ,. L| u* This is his sixth Visit to quarter of nil grants during th. -g-V '^ -KuraTpS MOBILE CINEMA millit n dollara In 1942 to over nine nlUlon in I9t!< 1950, exclusive of The Moi.ui Inema Unrl ... iKreoM in the op. .ed as from dial Ihe laiand %  Ihe Monday, December 22. The Unit Federal Department of Agnllture granted. 11 %  as to the estate oL his father Miss M. A i Pi.mk Evre Walcott, de.e.,se.l by Measn Cottle Catfoid ft t Mr. E W Barrow, in-.': A Xmas Gifl TII\T IS ALWAYH Att"i:rTABI.F. A BOX OF CHOCOLATf S anil ton Will lind a ReaiTii,ii lawttaMSd f PiMaal. lion BoRM l all the popR. I..r maken. -I . WiATHIRHIADS M .. I.IIM, 15/per hux Pol of QoM II if MR 'llapelnesa' 9/ 6 per lm\ I BatRRI l/l per li.ix Treasure' 14 per ! 4 herr> <*ekUir 14 MI am HOW Mill IS' B1.A1 h MAt.ir Ih I Ih. and I 1 H< T A I) It I R Y". Selected II r.| Cenlre. Km*, tilrlt. Milk TTav. etc. 1 i:\ s iMSOMd Almnnd*. BRRRl Nana, rVitpermhM (ream. Plelure Serlen. elr Al-SO — MllllS"New Berrir 1 i miSauv t .mli'H. IVkln Hi*. Jaffa Bale* I iiihi-.lt llrllsht. The ahati In altraclUe DrRSM and BRRM Prl-M from H4e. lo SI 2. Btiurinllle " %  n Slork • — AIo — (11KK I I llll IIS \\ ATI I! PAH* I II.1.1 I.OIO KINC.S clr. MtC. onrlv from il. JASON JONES i\ (., L\l). fVflfifB *i < not BtroiUJ enough to %  14 BAYS IN JAIL Cuthbert Cutting, an agricultural labourer of Lod I .1.; i ad to 14 days' imprisonment with hard labour and F.ik. : Reefer, another native of %  agricultural iRDOUrCI WMftMd £5 ment with hard labour. when thev %  npt ffl Cutting and Reefer m Worship Mi. (' 1Wals llannatyne Plantation field by Magistrate of District "B' on Cpls. Goring and Siirgeant digging Thursday charted by tl %  with thr laroany 'if sugar i .it 10 fiom Bann Plantation on !> %  Both men pleaded guilty charge. Cutting had three previous %  ga, i;>tt i tine in 28 day* or thi • *•• is to undergo repair: .-. policemen they ran. They v ilviic eventually caught and taken to the s u District "B"' Police Station vihm Ketherl l( tnp they er* charged. from a quarter of a million dollars .ii 1941 to two and a quarter million in HMO—1951. Whijs' statistics are not av utable m romparable detail for the French l Departments %  hum. u is known th .t the iipomeni of <;;. -fable metropollI tan aid for the Department'* gnrultural programme, while the | Fan Fond of the \ nds. amounting ti fcrty guilders, gives a promI Sgt HeOdereon of District "It" ment place to ngrrcultural need prosecuted for the Police. and developmenl. ia! I I M I H FREE ENGRAVING All pens bOQtht from us will b* engraved with your name or initial? free of charge. See Your Jewellers \. II. LIMA A IO.. 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P \(.l I K.IIT I1AIIII llliis WIViK \TI -HI 111)AV DM K.M11KR 20. ISM CLASSIFIED ADS. IFlieNONI 2*0t 1)1 KI) IIIII SAII; H VM! II MIST A HIIVII /// %  "inHEXKO SOOH UttS Of KXCNANGE AI-TOMOTlVt IN MMIOltl.VM %  G NU U la. ich iw lu.a*, mil %  %  %  %  I'Rtll Tf— (!-'" K.1.i.rd Piouto. wha d>art*d ... Darrmncr IMh. IU. I 1 :>1 In HI mm r? li... ia.ma % %  Mis< I.I.I. Aitrs IB1 PI If I It SALES MOTII I. Ailcn* REAL F.STA1 F. 1 fc IrMur' i on in M IKrtJShS %  %  lilsi BUNG %  • l'.:ij JUt|l.*-d. Bun*!.!*S, %  "..rtvui'lK**. KI'-'H^I.I. I a> S A ivant room. Monlt<-> I—I .Bj rlaanung tftaif*. IN ADVANCE IDI AMIIII-i: ON %  XII His 1*11 ll I Mill n **•' vn-.nlI dniin* > >mui( ll'-m I • I.: Dial *>•>! NIHHAVM Fu'i/ furil*hrd 4-M* %  .illl •upply Moulin, rlrnntnf .hni(.. IS Mil. ,. %  IT|. %  %  I ADVANCT. n > %  P FLAT Sloiti %  %  | .„. .1-) ID 11 Si' I I'l HSIIS VI The pnliI I I (iKKENi ^ %  n VIMI vi In %  %  • %  I A ,l> CU-T \UH\ Gompoaor Has Hud Uaunrrs KM IN D* %  11 t i inm.iii Communist! today .. nisi compoNf and i %  %  ...... i 1.1 "flJMI '.III III.Ill Dm Nra Itoutrhland. ComrnuuU party newspaper Ml %  lh Rut German state's National Anthe ''show ti tndj ol formal In itildltioit," the pi)i Bail howi peraooal behaviour which cauiM luttlned IndlgnaI IMV You Will I;.I'pular Hfkf A roltlAlill This i hrisi UX OK -HI; I (jl II'MI N I U r. V KI D DP 11V IH"R I M'l I:I AND r.M'l.ltlrM I II NUN I'Kinil MARINO U K\ %  < > PffARTMRMT. Mr. BUOOBS1 THAT VIM' TARS AIIVAN TACK (H THIS -IKVKI BRADSHAW & <. On thtW %  %  Kaian Furniture *. % % %  prK*. Ai. I 1 H.I.raen. %  Bu • %  imported |. l>_,lr %  %  %  1 1 % %  %  KLBCTKICAI. %  i %  i %  .... poai MI i LIVESTOCK MKCHANICAI, POULTRY DUCKI : % %  HM aim w MISCKIXAMXH'S Aim A %  - •—i \-i\' i T II irilM-HMIr • " %  "" '" %  '• % %  t:n#L*lwr kadim Dlly Napap*-t -M -rlvln. In ll.-'..il". bT *l' """* • '•" rlav* afw* publication nil">' Cnntat' Ian OaM c/o AdvocaU r e l.ld. U* Hn*~m\w: Tl %  4rj , „ %  %  1 1 %  I %  1 11 INNtllNCEMEFrn fMerrie DC mas l'lrnt> if mod fare nd HI. ** AM \l.l. Ill T( II ONIONS J. Il5r. Ihi I Han SS lbs $6.t. \l I I ION %  1 Uvl> %  %  %  *D i) as an i %  •im.ir \inin:s i -.in aaai IH|I.. *| I iltatilr in illl | %  in aa, %  !• %  ..( %  NOTICE %  NOTICE %  %  %  %  % % % %  %  %  %  ..... i, WW GOVERNMENT NOTICES Three-Year Course Of Trainint; %  in DMBMUC Beiic %  %  Scheme from Ti Collegt in 'i %  Unite Kir.adorn. %  : .... %  v : ibcO I | >i. %  %  Ami., as lo reach him not laW-r than the I0U TnWaU Cimrse in the BsJR C R t loa * TvOOg < Hitd -, i Scheme tf rot .-> ""'-y.ii r ri t<> follow a course of tralnlni in the Eduoa' A|i|l. I %  I\i: IMIM 01 ROI \i ION unpiv al Mdaaaaad bDRi Pawiai la I'lrmr-nt.irv Schools i ihc suppl Milk I' % %  A !er for use b %  %  I. 4th May 1" Rial July 1953 2 i %  %  3 I lib JMIIII.. Pi I on landai Ing i nut imirr ii,. %  ereach 1, I conaumptton w %  All tenders should b* offered I'.-i %  I hiring the pi and must r.unr. %  reftdei hi Wtbaimag hTHb raw* i %  %  ( %  not Inter than 12 o'clock nnori I %  : nment doe^ not 1 IMM Alt CAiTMEN \|ipl\ liiiniediuli-K To POLAR PRODUCTS I in Pnlmi-IKi Slr.rC 52 .'.-.-.v.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.*.'.'-'.-----In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station s. tuxi %  am %  DrafM M 1 i Tr Coupon. M Pr i UfASM %  ataaii £ 1 Si(.l Dia'l> Cable %  ;j 4 pi iTom all points of view the worlds BIGGEST small-car buy! <-o* i JI\>H \ i POST OFFICE \oriMs NOTICE ( MWi.t. IN AIR MAIL -11111111 .'.'52. Ai' I Potl Offlrc JS follows:— DeMMMaai Antigua %  %  Tlnv 2 00 p.m. 2 00 p m. 9 30 a m 2 00pm 1 on p m 2 00 p.m. 2 00 p.m ii-nded whpre ill lx> dosed at the De T Tuesday Friday Saturday Mbndaj 1 Wednesday Friday la by Air to! Bl Vlneanl will %  : the period 23th December. 19S2 to 4lh January, 1953 1 19th December, ROBERT A. CLARKE. Cosonl 20 12.52—In. Mil M I r %  lUlli In the R imu-ni Suvums j *d noUca ii clalnu ;ir. %  ''•' With as required Act. 1014 < 1914 3). I mil %  .'i A P. Adam i) Costa Alleyne M irtl Irvine %  i Criehlow %  MkflJ A Bowan, Hani-) %  %  m Bra %  I -1 Miriam Alberthi Tr. RkUca Browatar .... Miriam Albrrtha Tr. Augusta Clurke Tr. C. i> A. B !'t B r2. I'liiilH't' i... E RUnaiti e, Robert n Joalah A Moms 1 tell* %  % %  • % %  ton, Joseph ll. TV. Clyde M. Cnaaa rr. Vcra Clarke i rard T. , .... COfttn, Hel.n V. i : %  %  I Tr. M. Crabs' Cumberbntch. Joecph N i tantna Dodson, Ella Vemon Tr. Germmnc St. John D ml Catherine Tr Louisa Arrindcii %  %  Edghlll, Frederick Tr. WiniicM O. Rdghlll l John Ralph i. Ti Leon WlUlama 1 Wlnnifred I arallne i.<•...:. i ; % %  : %  II Viol, ... .... %  %  %  %  Pi -,k Lao Ti Maude I WlUlan !nc?. Violet Ti I 01 irlotta c;ill. Helen L. Princess Tr. A. Gittens Sarah Isabella Grazettc. J > seph I Matilda Ti W II lynCI Hunia, Rertie Tr. Florence Hunt*llunto. Kathleen M Jonei Sydnej Tr. William Jonao . Klfi) Irene h Enid Toppm Kninhl. Cyril Chart Ti Aimex A. Vaughi Legal!, Arthur Tr. Mabel L. Legall . Lewis, Adelaide ........ I urnc % %  ." I %  MI^-I! Moon V ih im Tr. C, Newton I % %  ... ilad>i Roett %  nard St. C Hill %  loodlng B Ann %  •i 1 : %  Parrfai %  Irene A ... v. W. A Atherley lei ..;'i. JOS. AROI %  iH snaStra'M >a %  fBfBj %  ..-• BSW •(* %  .asjiiaaaafe is-atMs* liliw In SVaa a-s)*p Insat-Soor. TvoAaaa SalAiK, Ud ramatUlsIa lt •> !•*• roa. far • *m.^ut'aia ->d* and pra^ koKMSI $ C. %  9.41 13 75 24.65 43 52 1.120.06 28 48 [I 1, ..: .%  3:2 H9 7.7J, 01 ..(.I' %  B30.4S 973.38 978 57 I %  32 111 9 64 %  :. %  • 27.4sl llotiks. ( Sl.illunpr* and \nn. 0*fdl jj{ arr HUM on show I WAIIIAX SI .111 H I! flTIIITAIuHTLY) Mill BAtmADO II Ji 10 Jan M Jl 1 %  *•*>, Stl -liable. I Da inSTA %  CO LTTt Ptiorif >l*t. M W 1 OIIH SI. Ill II I ItlHI nilB UI.I:I,'„ NoaroLX BAI nmr tn-r NEW YoHK W I Arr II Dos T Jan. IS Mar. l *eb. H> Mar SO fV,l*. T Hit 4 Apr. \i:\v oiii i ;ANS SI HI HI: MHUM -i-n ^ IIOHFIIT TIIOM LTD /"/• #rr/%. Sriiul/ \ urns / t-t'fs *i i il \ in ii % /##*# %  # #* t f ## a %  — m i r/ttnf — CENTRAL EMPORIUM ND .... 1952. /.v/////.'.v//.t*ww/v: I'.IIM' I I \NI 1 BUREAUS liivimn %  —mifM Ptaaaa PBMQHT1 i I L.S.WILSON I I I I I I unlil fund, i j. CHRISTIAN SC1ENCI READIN3 ROOM IIM i it,..., i, | imm, Riaaa] MraH Tinllraim v. ill (.. %  MOSIII for i HI. I.. OVEN FRESH SERVICE Snjoy a Crispy Christmas err CRISP c Wibix Soda Crackers n\ -\li. Illltl/11.11(11 T I HI: IS! i ID mi mat emu usevrr c<>. i.rn. 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WHAVS ON TO-DAY TVmi (or children at B C B C A B r 1. far UM raua* that lathi %  uiiltfK' CJa.n.t in* m>i|i that MM rrn • %  And the BODd that I can th> ESTABLISHED 1 Education Is More Than Book-Learning SfZgJZ A M Troops Ready For Arabs Dedica tion AI Coleridge-Pa rry Ills K\( KI.U-.Nt V the Acting Governor, Mi. If. \. Turner, told Hie children of the oombhied Parry-Coleridge 6to**ool yesterday "never to let ' book-learning beeonie the l be-all and end-all' >f endeavoor." Ufa Rxoellencj was addrewrinn parent* and eWMren al ilnftraJ. Prise Hiving >f the eomMned aohool after he had presented the prise*. TUNIS. Dec. 19 I kod by observation planes intensified '. h on the jnO-mite long fr-vit bci..'>i TUB %  it "Porhi Heehf I I i i to t*> planning new mi. idatcd French %  iituiktv Hi poup I cdl\ pen ihe HoO-mo-. bv Tunisian %  i %  ipona is • %  Military inlclhgcncc said thai f atted tq %  %  i % %  .. %  an state ol i i "> %  nber 24th. i. %  i Tunisian* are ecu '< %  IIOAII HKI.\'. rO.\VTHH*HI Baton Giving. His Lordship U i dedicate i iion service WH oond s ted bj the Rev, A. ,i ii UN Of St. Peter At the conclusion of the d % % %  Mr W, L i thanka, agon wh di the fUMti were entertained to ten. The Acting Govern.* by Itself, lonk-learning can %  be harmful, fw concentration on mud Chrney Will Lose Out To Wountbalfen PARIS. Dm >" Brltatn em Irani the books to the exclusion thing else narrow makeIt 1 to the theoretical and too little to the rcaliUeof Ufa Ah v< aR, ttatj ihuultl i^'i cxpe. t to he spoon-fed. and stand on U Whr-n II Sxi i lit Oy arrived %  ad bj Mi "i %  .'. n. A. Armstrong, ho was Mr. c. n. Spnn" master of Bu ind mamTha prlam f"h u-.-i.d.Iish British time in getting to know the people.' MoaJterranaan naval aupenonty .... rnarwtrt be tterjueni Me* was challenged when In vour visits here and that you i America moved her Sixth Heel will And lime to take ;i close inI ml" that Atlantic terest in our progress and %  ' COtltfOl by I wpeciallv in our needs. British Ad* I In weleominR vour Lordship I From the military VlOV would like to so* how much we I however, officials said Carney now appreciate vour cominr here to-1 ean be errt.nn that his 'flank l day and how* fortunate we count | protected" for the first time by the Anilli'-Ar .1 %  *conpronsHM on lat lHa n %  nanit o "i the strategic sea. U.S. Am %  \ i %  %  I Carl I Mountbatten 'intwo Alllad eoenforiMrU hooded An>* UaOlity in waripporl of Carney's Sixth An>ertr in fleet If ('.iiicv halks he run carry hit request to *. i aral M irtriaa M RJdgwty Oftpost'd In tha wordl of one senior oftlcBrttaij i ontnoiYannM %  trongjy ipp\sed i>..'.h on .,II,I ,,ti the record M" British Ml upremacy, rnuat now be contontad with u powerful fleet "huh lie t.-n MM ind rommand of ground and air forces n SouthBai Mo u Ibatti n Saw back to Twins Se/mrtitt'4/: One Vmtr Death A ROAD leadina to the site of the new Hlf Moon Fir' F.lempnUry Bcln..] U t preneat beiiut ttmcfd Steam itilllt 1 hdiiit imed to rat out the road ias that alter thf On pase 3 Marshul Tilo Wide Of Mark LONDON. Dec. 10Mr. li.indoiph Church! the British Prime Minister today maintained that the Roman Catholic Church was beintf persecuted bv the Yugoslav Communist Party. In a letter published in the Daily Trlcoroj'Ji Mr. 1'anolph CluiichiU wrote: "It Is lepurted that Marshal Tito has n->ken of a 'deliberate anti-Yugoslav carnpsaj launches Allx Stretch nc from Gibraltar to the %  aan'i •• ister-n *hore?. Prevlouslj British roroi Ing from Gibraltar to the Medlterranean wh* t i.t under NATO—I'.P. India's 5-Year Ptan Approved mnV DKI.Ml, l>ec 10. India'', oral flee real plan was approved by the luHUM and the People—laower Mouse -here today by 286 votes to 62 after a four and a half day debati Prime Minister Nehio presented itlon to Parliament 12 days New School ForSt.Lucy The foundation!! for the new BCfaOol ..i Half Moan fort. St. Luey have been completed and masons %  .re now working, on Ihe base. This strong concrete base will huldj the first floor of the new .school. The old Half Moon Fort school accommodates onl> about three classes. It Is very congested and will IK' rep l aced I airy school which is being built I lit oval looking the Fort A road leading to the site of the tool ll now being construct, ed. This is bcii>K cut through hard rock and rum up % %  tun. T> cut the road workmen are US n| drills powered by steam I ftp i large Band maohlna eToti on the road was started about i three weeks ago ind H Ban Q plated PUSAN, Dee IS United Nations Pn-oner Of War Command has no knowledge of th,. South Korean plan to take over complete eonU.N. Blast Red Troops Centre SEOl'U Dec. 18 r.N. ilia.' bninlHKr*llM imrled Itomtw nml imllris inici tin' iprawMnft Gem nisi trnopa eentre 25 miles nortli "Advocate" la a new culumn for moUirUts (allrd "MOTtlRlNti NFW AND TOPICS' Ken llaviei. veteran el man> Molorlng Kailirn. inn. -'..MM in thie e4an and will wrlle on aurh aobleeU a* vehlrle aervleIng. highway eendlllonp ..ml dliVOM terhnlque. secution of the Ron | Church by the Yupnslav O 1st Part\ Ifl confined tO Unman Gatholli %  i %  Christians. "Rallgte* I "helher of Prot' %  '.! % %  i • %  %  i Fraiii-i of France or Roman Cat! Marshal Tito Is deplored bv ever> one of llberaJ outlook" I dolph Churchill wrote "No one will bt de'.errc-d from expressing his opinion freely be< shal Tito drawing on the Kremlin vocabulary which we hoped he had outgrown, expresses views that the) are bahamruj Cultured manner.' Mr Randolph Churchill who is a lecturr a:id journalist served was In the Amn during the last goal groups. The plan, which will 155li.0n0.0OO is ex|>etled to tlonal income by 11 percent by 1956. The Upper House Eisenhower Names Four hurled heavy rail i I ore Is I night at i i intst mechanical monters making their second appenrtha Korean battlefront In less than %  n Onth U N forward baervei lighted two groups of -.,,,. %  :,•.. irmourec on the i'itti..i hronl naai i Bono Hill". i pereh-j iA !irat them However it waa tool dark to tell whether any part of the barrage scored dhec* hits n The mechanical monsters as South Korean troop' called them, tlrat appeared on the battlefront near Sniper Hirtgr November Slat. 1 it'ton and Tunisian %  %  No MtBttftn Yet %  \ %  N righted In %  %  rvi peats oi oaaet troops, im hidnig the Tunaua lit Iforth African .\ 11 r s and i-fionatres. were kfpi oci lh .'le.t read* to rous pe n t tra in Ti.ni' meanwhile the at* inccrtalnh peelYarat II hi Bey. AlUsDugh 0 %  nv bally dlvulga I aag Buned i ;. op two RUUI polnta; an two arUcta %  I %  a hu iRaakh 11 I %  ll.iuteelnque *ald i Bey promised] to sign on I In two notOi to Frame'* Presliicnt Vlnceoi Aunoi. the b> %  mi to have written hi ;n these art dai ind Rake i ihe ream Hauteeloque. his tWO ..in-, his daughter and bei I us i %  nd (h Ben Belam. Accordlni to informed Pari* irclei both of Ihe Bt t >•* ... i ... be can led out by next Mon I ij fhe nota %  i I i. i %  anuM '" %  t^ken imm.dtateK and b.WOUM tie rent MOd i i r No Solution In lntlo-China HANOI, Indo-Chma, Dee 19 It.dn China entered the seventh raai of the war and a solution Is nil i fur away aa ever. FruncoVletminb troupe commanded by General Itaoul Solan numbering 362.000 soldiers are fighting an estimated equal number of Communist led Vietmhih under command Of General Nguyen Glap. Overall French troops easualthe beginning of the %  ajven om.i-lly as M.OOO men while loyalist Vtetminh troops losses since tha beginning I-.-.-M it 400.IKMI —U.P. %  ae Brodu .% hei %  twin gained itr< II his bt death Tra vein hli twit before Ihe tls.i ll i hem ll the top Bfthetl the gift oi ith i i Lee who was deprived <•' blood > rflineuil At | m boapital : ,o id '!' % %  Itoanej >'.i Hngted The) sold Ihe other te in %  i %  still un i Dsnlsed %  ,,! i M be _.r GeorgeRafl lakes Over I'or Farouk KOMF-. Dec. i" m>ptiau Km., i and his youthful •> %  %  < %  '. lad %  %  Itend ., .. tedl* for polil UM place of hoi %  a la %  Haft who || nuking %  Mm U Rome Tw hundred and Rfl %  ,.ii. I Uixeilix-H .i.i .t i %  i the aaaJn ballroom of I .... i ind V. oilman bO DSrM i.part) e/i org ied by rttl of Ihe It ii iBervlos trnl i Parouh enah prweeds scheduled in go to '' %  i Inalaafl ath -i o tb. late averdng on 'us return from da> work on %  • movie sel dresaed in a flannel nalrl lohFog i oat ind slaeaa i | aag ttd "' In* bouse (Nuited at an cut pej hi-.nl *l Secretary of Dtraajoa, Ml of Paruameoi Council of Slate— Korej.n jurisdiction over Prisonli-ger M. Kyas; Secietaiy ot !" .'ii which voting was also on party >r of War Command. South KoArmy. Mr. Roben Ton Broeek gaa 11 i'1-r-v ll to the t>lan;r.-nn troops are used at t>r > of 'no^Navy, Sulphur Depoiiil Discovered More Arrests In Casablanca i NSABLANCA. Dec. 19French authorities here said thai Casablanca police last ivii.il more memban of the iHtuiual Natiimalutt Part) and Hade union leaders. A Fez court yesterday sentenced mi Algerian student Nairn MohharnOd Alxlel Itahman to sii II onthoi gaol taff preaching a ermon In %  mosque on e|-irt.d thai F. bj the Dfensatui i %  Uon with last night's ball, decided at the n anl than his Matu %  i political Fhrouk when bo ai last July vnti. his wife ehUdaan aahed tha Ital emment (or poUl i i Xlil.111,'1 I aatpeeted Ihe torrna land .i quiet peaceful non-political life In one loinei wenIH Christinas rati 'i Blntei n bovereil around hours I"' party i*gan to get ctitler) an I china—the hotel's finest exocti) m i-i.... DIKS AT 105 HE, Dec 1. i i i r 4 Shopping Doty* he/ore \mas is tp. -C laddltlonaj security forces attached' Mr. Robert Berncrd Anderson; to the Command under Colonel, Secret..rv of the Air Force. Mr V Cadwell —UP Panama Will Get $l f 2S0 9 000 FRENCH FLOODS DROWN WOMAN MEXICO cits in*IV. Two United State! % %  ..rung men said they believed that possibly the greatest sulphur deposit in the world ius been baton*! Southern Mexico Charles Iflasmahii, Mtmager. Harold E. Talbott. ind Richard Armstrong Field -Mr. Kvo || Yi.e-I'resldcnt of I hiafl of the M*-xican BwnhUI General Motors and pnxiucllon company Interests, *ald thut tl Shot (win BanditRob Hotel Of $800 iioKDKArx. France Dec. is WASHINGTON. Dec. HI ,f "'" BooidB rhaCo the, Panamanum Ambasaador Hobsecond world war threatened to !" i %  Heurtematta announced I % % %  i large areaa and nusfgnlng of an agreement with |fa I to 1 JOB all prcrfatlonal Bank of Men lautlom to safeguard themaelvea York whereby the Ban' %  cattle and personal propI'anama $1,250,000. lerly. as n SBHKl the Hourternatto aid 'hat the danger mark. wll la> ..pplied by UM Water from the lain swollen Qovenursent "to rtwi ( f Southern Italy flooded a noat(nol|i „ f act ories and Melds with nd procuiernent exoeutivi of th It rlrm. M D D tor%  h i, i Bat -i i, Qaneri F. uda and J.iekaon Milb.. Mr. is an Attorney. Mr. Talbott is Chairman of the Board Of North American Aviation and 1 i Corporation —OF. rards th cajiecllatu | to the Administration's pOttC] D| wiping OUt It 1 moment ami putting th. countr) %  peratton lepresents an -.., <• agalnat the liquldal on of th' asd b) lb* Na-' robber r '; omai rp (rr" Our OWB Corn>or.ilerit' PORT-iF-SPAIN Dec. W. A masked man armed with a shotgun M ming held up the night auditor at the Belan Piarc open the cash compani' mated at n and *"*>' escaped through, thick high bushes aback of the Hotel. The men accurately time! the Hotel's watchman OS '• short Iv morning. Queen Alexandrina's Condition Satisfactory ( OPEHrl KOI '. Dec 1. Itttoi Honal Assembly through the put 'hei ol King f matte ..ddtd that a medical bul• 'i by fisal lotto lid here to etin said the T3 year otn yueen pnerahj were signed by him at who had an internal operation on Unj Bu a* Ni by i %  'tees. —C.F Wedneada) night pa ft MR. EISENHOWER INVITED TO NAPLES NAPLES, Dec. 18. Admiral Robert 11. Carney, i hlef of NATO Southern Command has Invited President-elect StaSnhower to attend the "P1a Day" '• %  'I' %  l .rnt-ei 22 ai.<| !< ,,n. if that Neapolitan PlXtti in superior to that concocted back in New York's Itali reltattoi vtemmed from Mi. Bsenhowei i--... %  %  ,-. %  that a Pizza he had in Now afork was lietter than one he had in lithplaca of II restful | back in I43 I' —L'.P er he said, publisf %  %  pared it with t%  cetved and it was word alike. %  nmpeiiy "ig on the verge of opening gigantic sulphur deposits" rater Mmaliuin in UU U state Blasrnahn said %  we haw%  I.. oV i 500 feet Thiougn sulpaati %  til] DO indication that we Bfg nearlng the and H looks like it might be u big as those Texas nelds" considered the world'" 'r Israeli (Cabinet Resigns JrJItl'SAI.KM. Dee. IP. Plarniei David lien OurtotYi (oalillon regime formally tendered Ita realgiiatioi b) i'resident Yitzhak |ten Zvi in preparation m itlon of i new more broadly based Cabinet designed to end Israel's recurrent political -i-i / | then of Kneeatt — repreaanta* unvuiate hfonrhs naw slate before the H i ,' ill rets post but not boo -C.F. Voting Rights For Women MEXICO CITY I*. IB %  '' %  •" i. men tool .mother step toward voting rightwhen) the I rhambei of Deputies agreed to i ubmitled to that % % %  Iderrl Adolf Rui/ < iirtlne he iniiialive raits for rewording of lw.. artlelea of the eorurtt'li.it women will have HIMrighu as men In electoral i.ioresaoa. It was given a first reading and assured of diacuaslon in the next floor session. Mora than 1,000 women ware I today's session and ace'.omed Ruiz Cortlnm for Inlro' —P.P. SEES POPE PIUS VATICAN %  Quintan newly "PPOinlco rural Al%  —P.P. N.A/r.o. Will Not Set knm Targets 1 PAH1S. Dec. It, I ."Joiiii AUanUc powers In al < i0 ka and S.oOO planes have) been substantially in-t fji future) however, no firm military target-; oubl I-set —r Two Stabbed l'Aitis. DN U Ugsaian fatally stab• peraOtUl today before | I nva as he tan amii'k among early morning hi.i.pi-r' plunged a ten-1 inch blade into the cheat of a| tabbed a cyclist In hi way as he fled. n With the knife 04a felling hi", I -i/unds. -WF.


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PARE SIX II \KH.\IMtS ADVfM ATI: BATOBDAY, l>r< I Mill It %  ?" ">ii Steady Work At Boys' Foundation School Staffing Problems HATS and Still Exist ST*. to the school, .no scrv.-. lU wrtha: of • r?alreac?J have none to England to conunue pose Out inadequately. Apart fro. U "".'"'" V !" -J. "" •" %  "" %  hi,uld the (act th.t pwinl H "" o"' re"""* %  >*• c Pinhelro. an Assistant Teach%  -. s— •— %  I. 1 ... wtn* uW ... ...... • D...... Irliw] I •at there t.e a wlds-r curriculum for the M ttl construcion. McD Ward. A --t:iv' at an, rat, the "^^ ,„. ,_„„,,„„ | n |„med.at. .„,. II lands MMl< '•" ,b, .'?' P"?* er~of" St. ataf-hla*Boys' School MR I. HARFORD SKF.ETE in his address during the Boy,' Found.ti.rn School's Speech Day on Tuesday Mid %  %  .n and facil "bTSortw"".;'faSlSffTtn^'r'a-rk .1 thit the period September I9SI July 1962 was a pen, I %  %  •'" %  * *•" !" M n "" d '"* c^&Ek s^s^ondea lo ..fateadv^wor, for*.he School. He said* ,h.t the st.mn, A „..„ ^-^LlaSS. StS. problem still existed however. „, another I,, usrrf Perhaps the solution Lea A crylna need rnc n dW IBtl aHt-S.A. as an account. !" .sMr Skeete Mid:— ..-,!. r pen .an serve aa a |y vo u have already heard la Your Fxrcllcno. Mr*. Turner, the Training rolleae can 'nerease would tax the versatility of any pavilion on afternoonand S.itirp iaiio What a paUnt Director ol Education. Members .1 Junioi s salary 2S0 .. on "hi days. .. rOoBnl nmu or piano •f the Covernma Bods. Ladies other hand, a iuecc.isfully com.,. mrm .,-hool houilulus are Ihe aamc. and pcrnaps a'jn!^amliuitlon"h>Vh he sat lit .ndGentlcn.cn 5^J, 1 1, ,„'. ".„immM.at. m Improvement fa oar CM the no ant omony£2 SuZSi. Once more the nlr.aur. la doea not bnn an immediate 1 n,„,„,„, „,„,,, elementalIn 1 ,_ ,„„~7 ^iP'r.e^',''!^, S£ Turn.^.',", jajLITal ianjj? VlthTrnlrn >"' rudiment, of ienee and or OJ1 ,„. „ u „„ „ hf.^2IS ?2. on, Xh the^anlller ichoolV are faced, afrleullure. In a scientific a* ^ jn ; .,. provonl ,, a particularly rxneroua mood. hl! school In IM. procs^eded all matter. In hi> substantive Durinn Ihe lost term of the ..„ |,„ durable, and office can atioiecialc the added year in question, we secured in-' %  7" have been imi-o .train placed on an already very aerv r Ml Hlnda-Hi ,ompari.n at vo „ OUI „„. busy ofucca S>. it is with the part time teacher in Oral Fiench j, ircmi on d juarueepen fraUlude ond sincerest which in future examinations is ,. e >"• „,„,. „„, eoouerausd W sucb 1 pleasure that we .el,.,me h.n rompulaory Our thanks are due possess a monopoly n the pudUs „„„ L Nc ^ | to-Uay. anil 'c *i.uld like to her for her painstokina inte.-oppabla I sclcnuflc now cooceraUon In this aa well ..-.-. %  i a St Li — J —" -* sVhAS* a^ss^ssa _._ | 4 | ^^.^^ t xa > a.i^lie. Macqueen 1fte nwAeM eft cfua/itu keadwea* .Mi* that however r^d; IM rival laU>r4lory, no %  mat <•• nd thai WOU a mwlcr i r.rwiin %  O.CJ in uch %  ruelicaNy pet• .hit in her Mr, and sen'*.! 1 itneo liioui. Arc there any old boys or "£ A~~Ph.ll.ps who obtained th .. .xner amongst u.. this -fternoon Cam brtde ^^\ m Cfnincate^ IfeBOM Scholar In Modern Studit b0 lta '" 'coininon"^th 'niost"olh -rU"*-te that some of the hope* —id -l the last have been i !" Tli WMM -. —-,-•-:o have a conflrmation H. DeS. Forde Wt this ho' 1 loss taken b) the Hector evcrv the 4lh form and proceedeo u and in Harrison Colleie. ".-is the Bar: O. B Ass. P ., 00 SchoUr of 1932 in Hodcri ;med. I may here Studies. jay that our conception of this ^ .\ s_ Hopkloson who contri\uoriation is n les to the dally Ua> s. lX .|ation which rtWM fr.m papcr obtained the Cainbrldllt in evry other aspect of school •, ilumbcr once MtUteala at this school 11. life, would be warmly welcomed.* b U : rather a verile Association ].,49 an d was placed nrt in tht Perhaps my mead of pr-i*e to worKing for the Rood ol \ rod In that xa n } in ' r n -,,_„ my Governing Bodon the last OBboth past and present, devclopinn thrn went to Harrison casion might have uj-.H-ared to the cultural, athletic and any other Being a Gu.aneee. h'*£|> !" 'V' I ~~ ji small. On thai orosJ~*wor:hwhi1e abilit %  • of its mtmUr-. ible for a ^ ,b d J^J^ !" 0 : subjectI mv „,,„,„ ^ nA n4 rhjli aon t,ng srholHil>ut he gained a cholar*hip to UM %  %  nt but needy IM'.WI h no' %  le * kr t'evotion to duty, nor h:s interest difficult by having to instruct „ In Education in genoial thai ha pupils at a late *iage oi .-•r-.p-cd I ready response to school life n giving each our reou**sbut also his genuine or syllinle the HfTectlon f %  wrhool. chair To the Dirwtni of Educatlrm cules, methlnks. and Mr-. Rer.1 w glgo extend %  % %  -• not more • hearty v.*Utgh formed It U true in-, an '"'";' i f be. %  %  imaginiitj'-n n 1 a0 '; 0 'flown hilntl • naui children %  •• nnd In tinscbeol '? ynu have done to-d.>. h.i being present at ihis Spvi-h Day, some uf littlmi'.T.'.'. i..i' f lo your' %  r in thi Upplem. ,;-„ done -ternal canoldales. HP ..'.' lo suggest that it mid IW. .. pupUi ol the school. For thew who took the full Certificate., the ,uhs can be teen .i the programme, and will bv noUeed thJt only one boy. it l Thomas, succeeded In gaming a • %  tincate in ail ihe subject. Kfliciency Il-rious inindcl ttiinkers l r agree with me ere lo say that it is of r .viiig a commercial cli class for that ;. kin Then' selve Now we pen oo t' of the school IV Ihe Sc,.u,,ibe. | M ] to Jo., !" 1IPC 1VI;1> aMesash Wnrk •". <-. I' Thotl md M King Ume C.rnme This n.-Ju>T hn i ?. iharac3 reepedllvelj En wwrtl iUWeeti *. P' no 1 1, "* pn h^w ... „ 0 Ci|ri( |,d.ite was so uneconomic;-1, t.-i.sed l'> sleadv ik, .HKI Uieie '••""'. ""' u %  -•> %  ••' haa been gome progress, admit' tedly slow. The .tailing pn.l.U-in *'.'• %  .ght be Th,. r the A imer, I [^i due to my greater persuasive po* underMealdL is bound up with Oovers, or that knowing me eetter trnment Estimates, whereas that tl.ey have discovered that I have of the latter has presented unexno tendency to indulge in Jeren.ipcs.:cu dUBculttei fl at this W lii ads. In conncxlo.. with game*, my school which in former years ,, request for an extension of the boasted a flourishing Scout troop %  = SS&1S5B r^S?.! „le expressed the great* • w.llin K ne Siftotsegpretauon end-or n Tnere is t" cooperateIt only now ietr.;in* u lo reduce Ihe an,-..' '. ^^^^ tt-nd( end, and lanrt to tnc level of our P"'*'' nl I^st but by no means least, I .ni playing field. This addition though..ea^ report no addition to the staff j good work done '* *' %  ...A i, indivifUiul some chance that our dim<-iiiiic • %  J i I te.ra^V. 1 ^! tn '^ "IrecUon Tfcr 'o^lr^r^n^^l^Ued. w %  instructor in considerable i li— ien c e lo oUf iheir dut* .^ free pertWQUM be most games n n(lW ,, ComIree from btcretfl complaints ..nee mlgslonea offlccr of the R.C.A.r. the present errei %  j| irceived his commission sfter erting the .indent carriage house h) wm pi JC ,.,| Argt in the ex .mineinto a bicycle shed has been I *.'^"j,',', Tiavlgalors. It way thought, rever, that he would be a betI.IMrfl. Perhan* i %  % % %  nme ol yo'i mav have t. p radi 'new look" of the HHIhe Is n< and radar operator, end 1 serving in that capacity. of reyond wna. mey LU.II.I |ii. ,„ ,„ your ^(.^ ^ C ommerciul Sub)eels flame* ... December is.'il. Some boys The school during ihe per :,v were entered MX '' %  "'" "-rcial sUDmni.t revlea wit-Ted teams both There mav l>r ought else, themselves in spite or all the exwe JSeundstafriisTT hevs been plaastlon and sdvtes given them uught by lOBf ixpeiience to be by every master. It is therefore is and not be over-opti„ith a sense of relief and )oy that rather should we adopt *,. note pul>!r itlon ol Asqutth policy of •wait and ,,. cl ic-iuired IM and Inexperienced, acquitr more creditably than team. The school endd by being 5th among the 12 BIBgsatlni teams rr" ivil Ben 1' During Ihe year undei review. prpS4 nt |orn 5. another of our MsStsrS, Mr C.T. na accnmplUtl PTescott took omplc'e 1 and sin 1 accomplished more ill. S team wai entered both in the league, and ii in ihs I>HU..H cup ser>t r %  %  <"! .if tootbsll vv very high order, but is improving. lasso -spini is bstni bss• much as possible. During the 2nd Term of the School year on Friday March 14. v. BSSB our Athletic Sports. Set Sd as champion Set anil Ihs Vidor I-udorum was Mr. C I'ovd who won both the 44U and I b persuasion or ThS Inler-SchoM Spori ll K, 1 sen also held during upo-i ''''' '"" > OH Friday March 21, and ,.t the Brditton Tieining College. J^TSS tJu-"orli"nai" standard *• "massed the higheM number an.l bSS sow re,,,me.l his duties n enXtunci „ being rnalntslned P<>"t* Jst the school has ever on the stsft Aioti-M Master. Mr. J. Srtlfiesle fM rd Ii i,L "' 0,Ul > lll, ,hc,r It T. Ctarhe ha. been on lon,{ •"'" "J C rt !" JJ ts ( ", n !" J," uporU. We were indeed f.ir Itel.ind leave. Acting in Iheit place " %  _„_„ ,_ A •—-*— th.two leading schools. Lodge were Messrs. U Jones PSA si ew ".-. , .. — j l( ., ^ wP tt ed C'allender. both "f whom have Mtaeaaesa %  %  %  fog lbs tod pises with 1I.C. in ..mi,, on the SUIT for over BBeaw utwmwm DMSlon I Our long dtslanee tuntWS ySSSS as Other master* g-> on A rluss for A I '' nsi Met I.loyd was ins'i hMffS, and both have rendered. s umM hill bSSI Vet) fttlng op a new record f..i UM .,rui are .-t.u render ing, yeomnn utWn th(>ni :|i l(C (111|1|K VOil ., mm 4 secip ;.'r\ic, lo the school. ( ... „ ,.(„. A'hletii the school was Decree* have passed all but on off two B the Intsr-Islsad reii-.„i> h-'ii 1 im nboul lo gujbJscis In the Oenersi CertiAes by Mi I Lloyd trespass on preteKes. not my.*" Examination at ordinary Level in d IIK Old Boys had represenlnbu! it ta with diiiicuitv that 1 TI H M raturn to Kltool Slid stMnd 1 ,.,., ihe persons of A. Cuter imagine mysslf M the sole on,. only In thosi subject* . %  >, lump; Mr. L. Jones, long glnator. poss.ss.,. anil expoiiem |n ^^^ h(> „,,,. .. hv ,„ hrr ,„ ,, i( yrl of the fe we or 'n^s"'fllIi „ wi) i be %  pprsdated thsrs. i n ,u tbs events aw Ir Iherr not a ': > ;J ^' %  '' ( viv thut such pupil* wUI be frc %  tlvss were placedamong ttlWj Sj^S ' IAS BBJ | slSSlSd tO fPfSebool ;., ]d ,,,,. ,,,.,,. || iiUUssd v Intro* tdes In the tons d kit.%  i^s in 1 ol n %  U Ut| hard 10 Sttsta a riigiec. Oni nasti re m s r aber that .. j them i" th-SOVSnCSd irk m a SUbJSCt %  i-ubjecU In 1, ti-r> li.iv.IH"TI . ai ful at the Ordinal? LsvsL From ". events 'n Bri'ish Guiana. le <>n the Bubfsel of outSQtre lU s s, 11 would n^t he ittention to the nivmu for Christmas V-.. gUmurous Jean Krnt kiio<. that Lug Toilel -..,: |., p-peJH .ratinga. tiv.r.Iatherfacialscleanevour -kio^gentli and ilk r..., i .d.lv.l.-avinKiiithaiieradiant nv. In-! -mi.iih in tinri.h.-r.aniv l.iih-i. rui• with warm water, once wild cold. You'll l.-v %  HMU, 1 lik,' ii igrance of I.UX Toilet Soap, ... IbB -lir-lart using Lux 'loilel Np loday. LUX TOILET SOAP I rant while map of lit nlm stars isnr av CALIV or NOBIVIT COVGHS ni i&* si" .,. :' .. •*•* %  ,.|.n|l'l I A ,J -IV,S„nla " — -0 5 I %  •2 I %  y y .* v v 5? 1 3? I %  THE Q/FT THAT IS SURE TO PLEASE JACOB DELICIOUS &L CO.'S BISCUITS Choose from their extensive range this Christmas—there is something to suit eveiv taste. Ask your favourite store for "JACOB'S"—there is a lovely assortment of decorated tins from which to choose. tDageanlry Celebration S)iana %  Royal Uljletnoort IBea F 1 •! t-„h 8v4*I, „„/(•" f Cers* rPowJ" AMRL IH sssasssrss ssss et tbousandj of coughs. Fer tsjej it bss been ri r i wirn di i by LVcters, Nona, Hotpful< and Sanatorii everywhere. The reason ? Simply thai. It contains soluble UKtoueoeote — discovered in the Fsmel lsboraioriea — and tbii ingredient enters your bloodstream and attacks the trouble at its reef. Thai u why Fimcl i HJ ^eclive and why it acts so quis.ly and so thoroughly. From the firit dose imifi cs.es the in Asm f si bronJiial passages and builds up >*our powers of reautancc while it ie destroying the germs which have caused the cough or cold. The moment you suspect 'nu.or calcb a cough or cold. Cute ram*. Syrup and you will have started on the road 10 recovery. Always keep a bottle is the bouse. FAMEL SYRUP Otlamjbu ta two from mil tS msi ft r uarm. -K rraia aivfU'iai • eFrank B. Armttronf, Ltd. BRIDGETOWN. Pu. JACOB t> CO.'S BISCUITS | s Xmaa. MKMIMIfaifb STOKES LUV-*NWIIHtiilfr 1 I



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%  \l.l TIN IIARRAIXIS AOVOC \TI SATURDAY. DFCFMBFR 20. 1*32 SPORTS EDITOR'S BA G Golfers Play For Xmas Hampers Today SERVULE WANTS W.I. I1TLIJ Field Of Forty Enler <"**• :ip' agairut anyi %  g contender and will. ing lo live Boswell St. I-.Ui'. A'hnm he defeated to become' %  . % %  %  i'u hn men • liaii:pl'>',.' now wants th Trinidad'* nnu^Wellerw eightHo\' "He. *> u intf c hampion %  irturn at an/' 1 '" time. Serville -cored a technical naw< r knockout <,. % %  st ; %  -i.il C : have hern I IMI lor Me „f the Tnnulj.l and Brll11 think that th< daeieied '" '" '"' "*** feds*, lightweight playing %  % %  %  lhai mbta i Bui I was moa! idl? fixture whirl. I Hirrlson | %  FIRST INNINGS HONOURS %  %  t marines ai %  [tfc Ml | %  %  %  %  : • defend bli Ms !'i "tie ninth round COIM1 I VR1 0 DORAIKANNT GOPIXATH B %  %  a it. the 104 %  %  ;'. %  ,-52 %  dividual B> HARVrY AT LEAST half a dozen member., of the Ri 1 and Country <-''ub will be wall provided with Chrtatmai provisions tonight, lor sxtw oifhtstn holsi DI com] i ihis afternoon six swollen hampers will foe awarded to successful players i:'!y by 'he rich rewards (or the winners, runners up and third place HnW irtly by the] novelty nl (he competition, forty players have entered. Fifteen of these are ladies but no discrimination was I when %  blind draw was made and the partnerships produced. In some case*, two Indies will be playing together, In others two men, while in others there are mixed combinataons. b*i Green somes John Orace and I competition will be play-1 w *reensome* — both meml **—Mr*. Nesta Tempto dttVifl Frank Morgan._ and DRIVING | IM Limalii. Chuck Steveiuon (left) of Fre-no, Calif, copped the itock car division of the Pan American road race, averag day inn Stevenson. *een with < 11.621. ing wi tffi miles pni turns for the Us, Nw |lut CUv Smith of Long Beacb. Cli f. LEAGUE CRICKET NOTES Lc %  %  i %  I UN GOLT TOURN v MKNT %  o neve I ., bs ca t ered '<>i to %  nee ffl tOO I iv the rse. Si 1 "'! I 14 1J 11 rtni of up to tl) Sf Niiiin 11; Mi f..i .n neiiieid hen mm topped A"' : % % %  KinR'< Co i hliij -twi i Knock%  i %  %  nt C i <> %  > of U TI ii.iii>.i. louriiamenl among the an I %  .in. I lOS "'ill If 1,4: in,weak % %  „. i), ..ut, K Qav&i ;. laa of the Ltngut %  Wardwere so fo. d the Dover vt Pordeausi n aich play. (round* .,( clefm Challenyers Defeated 1 Green* making a Itrong bid for m playing ih„ central Division. Gmiu on Satur ASS a ss^rsu'Tirsj: %  %  %  nningi the bull bceuna unfli toi ball an,i %  Id "f i UMa, ihen selective drives and thereafter alternate >n one ball Three-eighth I handkeapi will he ih.wed ,.nd dedutesd from the medal *core at the and of eighteen hole*. imper5 will he awarded in each of the first, second and third pairs. Be ea gaal of the large field of players and the early sui fli-*i p,nr will tw on the starting tee At 1.30 p.m.. which should give the lost pair. Btartthl "' 2.15, n ai toon i i in i Inch Bartowe leull N,.r* tOl< • simiiti. inn ihcir In flu. malch 9pon rcortd I MMl .,„! |Ri roa tho I) llll,. The at Richmond i jJJ ... part Of I m celehrntl I tho first 25 prod Invil Ihara, Tinwould Mva r Uld 't is i"*sihle thai some of the American! !" *" ... m the month iruttcn will take p) • >II Saturday next December 27. I \RI 1 Tl XS1S CHAMf RKSTS fund J ,, 1(: .. EACH ,: '"'l^cc" the winner ., (h ganw for the past thro. I been •'"'' !" nj* 1 Wl commence tho I .,. %  %  Saturday, continue ihc i.y and the next Saturday innner tmir of the Fur K.i-t he An application will be made for Ha U %  • Mi ntal Hrwpllal ground igera are now equal in poirts in irii! t^j, t f„i"i n-^.i,,' ul * %  I UM U ,„, l ,' W md J L.,'. n I -n,-n„,„ „.. ££S*Lm2t OMM, Of carrying off tho championship n the chance ol Green-* suffer<• %  miolher defeat by George Park will have to win both the Sun*el and Union Globe matches to Jump ahead of Greens : W.H Id liw TURPIN-HUME BOUT CHAMPIONSHIP ONE i ONDON Dee, 19. Chairman Of the British Boxing .iicd thai ,/e as new i implon 'I"win'.! %  boui betwei i Randj %  ivhich OlUi U.S. Beat Itnty In Davit Cup Tilt svtiNtv AJ.. Dee. 19. iliuched a %  iit in tho ehaJlansjt IUII for i'ut 'I.Dai i tralfM set WUTWJ n play (n i Anulhr-r t'psrl In the Ores Mall vs Invincible match Dray Hall scored 149 and 153 A Selmnn look S for 40 and 2 for 13 Crirhlow 5 for 33 and 3 for 1.1 Invincible'* score was 191. To this L. Murray contributed 40 G St Hill 23 A. Sel B Arthur 25 Fur Drax Hall L, King took 7 fol 1 for 45 nnri .1 I S3 turd MnrtH : urd I* xhUt g i %  iWld a I 'Hamm-rH tor 31 I .... II l'..l... iclub na I-km 43 C. Bellamy and R. Wilson. Fayr Atwell and R. VlSBSM I Mrs. Anne Mun/ Benjamin. %  stark t and H v K at alrg. Doreen Perkin* and B. Os borne. | 10—S Toppm and Ian Nib-| loch Mrs. R. Vidmer and Mr*, j | I! Willmms. 2 15—J. R. Rodger and Gecd.L.nning Mis Ke.l.ib King and K n Hunt* MANICURE SETS in beautiful leather cases Red, Blue, Black. Brown. etc.. Remarkable value' See Your Jewellers V. It. LIMA aV CO.. LTD. 20 Broad St. and at Marine Hardens a new sparklewithout effort Glittering, spot ION gla.su and no rtaier needed —just a little Windokne ipread over the glass, give il a moment lo dr> then polish it lighih The result is faultless, %parkling perfection. Windolene MaaoM. BiTHt n 'jiigi IN ii'i iHicurrowiirau llu Harbaduw Police DON TS FOR DRIVERS Don't let your fowl rest on the* clutch pedal, excerpt when you have to use :t. %  —— T M-e GODDARD'S RESTAURANT December 24th I IIIM lu-oii Special Pepper Pot SKASON'S GREETINGS and best wishes to All "f "iir Friends and Customers Iruiatloru li IH.M upsel in the Carlisle Dl ni. St. M (l uhi..vnii.ry ;ig.niiNt •'>" %  G Brereto Middlemen placed them one point Sent I l for 28. Ibo tiuiiipionshlp Table 9^1"" ??'* *S*.*?.*K I reSUll Of last Sunday. \ has returned to Upland % %  England .• look a tnr S ana Skilfully blendedfmtiently aged i Nortii Amerlpoints ahead, vh.it Si Ifatthlal eould only obtain %  h three pOUTU from |*enrode while *row, tUdsMaaea defeated Hangers "B" : %  • I ed of itrlshi in the other key game Ih tl Of thai •arlgg Nadr-Hlte scored i Au i i Rain i lopped play r. 29th The wllh rietori In right for Rad-. v .ii,. luTc. I ... % %  l.l I*, Wllh i Oooiac Park v o •hnrl found lh<* in.|m.ibir .) %  %  II ...,i ha M H BrMhwam l? K nu. ,.< I for ft -.iiiti,!,, lini^.-, In Ihr HnuthFMi Dunnn Inch Mario*. OLD M ANGUS i ii %  iijht to • %  I — VJt, i i W.I. US AUSTRALIA %  • Cricket Cm %  a '.'l.i %  the West I i> mm. W.-sl ., „..,,. | N1 then*. VV I Bvcrsjreen i: H llfhi %  ix nan 0 all 0 .i for VtCtikP) and nt the same lime hope for tho unev%  the other two fgsnei Results In lluSt. Mallhi.iN n Penrode game, St. Matthias stored 145 and y Harold Dale, I was the bg T decloird. Daniel 23 and f the '.'. *i %  -.J Ph'HiPS 5 ror 27 PoOTOdn aooiV ;l ,,.,. ., ,,. t .. | n ih, %  H2 and 10ft for 5. Symmondv Quit— I Who were the batsmen ^Kennedy 24 and Franklin SO:i llu „„i i tl ii|[! Mtddle-ex dismissed RangeiN f... W.I. ,., H andH In the se.oiid tuning l %  he |o„th wicket In the eeond innHarding took 4 for 5. O. Sober? airtl real it MetI for =2 and R. Rudder 2 for 11. MsiilleaaM scored 112. Rudder .17 <• WUkis 27 Pr Rangers tram UM Advoit Pindar tk 3 for ;'3 ond s M e h Maaon :< for 10. launrtea etaat an Monday. Dee. RagkUne resumed theh Hi ri .'?. 4i 1 pm nine* and a '.i tho loore to i"i %  %  %  I hcyll I)( It Every Time B ^)uv'E SEEN THOSE PICTURES OF OXACH HENCfvS "^AM A* IM3 (TMON.' LIFT EM UP'; SuUlV^LTHEAl..' MIPS/ >\ |iminy Hatlo Do you need a Gift? fnme la I NTF-DA lilFT and FLOWER SIKH' Novel I1I1-.1 for \nus Phasu GUdluluk and DahUl Bulbs put up in Gorgcou. Xmai Pack ai no extra chatgp — %  .11Iv [>.iv tor Bulbs—Xmal Park rHKF AT UNtEDA GIFT and FLOWER SHOP Aquatic Gap, selling agents for KM I! WEATIIFRHEAD LTD. it.M>k oui orden MOW — ('nine .nu! M'leit We haw 2fl variattei <>f DahUa M Of I il.idndus and some C.inna and Aster Tubers. You can get any colcur of the rainbow ih our collection -Panama aiidgl his Trio MJ %  %  CHEZ JEAN-PIERRE aVf*'**/ for CHRISTMAS and /IONabout shirts? $5.40 \rrfe\ Cellular White S|Hirts Shirts. Sliori sleeves sj/t-, 28 to 44. Eaeh collar attached. Hand Painted Ties for men and boys with sceneries of Barbados. Karh $1.05 & $2.26 Consulate Siriped Shirts with trubenised collar atlarhed. (out style, assorted slerve lengths. XT—35 Pure kerchi Irish •fs w I.men llrmstitrhed iih initials. Faeh hand$1.10 Premier Striped Poplin Shirts with fused collars attached. I \i rll,-in value. Kaeh S,--. g a r .aTSI White Cotton hemstitched handkerchiefs, blue & white initials. I ... h ^ssW*easJH 43r. Presentation boxes with Tie and handkerchief made of Foulard Silk in funcy designs. Per Box .. ( I'STDMKKS NOTE: We will be open to business on Saturday 20th from S n.ni. to 4 p.m. closint* for the luncheon inlerval from 12 noon lo 1 p.m. $7.21 $4.02 $5.20 CAVE SIM I'lll I.it A CO.. llll. 10. 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET M II ll I! I V II ll I! Swimsuits in l.iishix 4>m |i*--' In .inlies in iii.int si* Irs .IIMI iii in.in; mil i I s riftloiir .irirl .mil ri'iiifnibrr S;ilirl*"sis flips?!! ihrflinitliflintf IAMIISY. Sahely 9 on JTroenf Si.



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SATURDAY. DECEMBER 211. 152 i:\lir.\lMi-iWui v 11 PACE TIIIUK Education Is More Than Book-Learning a) from pal* I ment of our rmoi... v U able to flnd a apace a-11 ... Moowho inspected our lib jour many appointment* to tit tuar "I in. . . I "We arc glad to h..-. %  %  .;.. % % %  bare today and our Mil regret i* th-I ..wing to l,,fc "On tho 8:> „, jk ioh#*. >n .HMI to accommodation we could not inliterally possible for a small boy eccllc,u_ l^ni.an^ ^ShakesU -_ *i ;;'; ,' %  1 '""' -S!i kind office %  > %  •* 48 "* nlit.-rally [Huulble for a vile all ihuse who expressed the I" remove a let with his bardesire to take part mpnrliirt school. That when you "LeaUaa before you an angry man. i ao %  —• ~' .' not.mean by that u i man who hM -^wt teYm it l*eaine clear thai. I wouloMlke'to UkYthi. opporwho .n an accilost his temper, but one, who. ^ po ^. . n mado um:i Mr. Uaurfci BOUM not I, iud thi management of Ihe %  patience in the presence of small „ SU pp|cmcn!.irv vole would bi • %  boys, is now in danger of losing rwcesiarv if IN arera going to •Pporl boys to see pallenee with crown up*, make an imp-. Perhaps when I have had more dilion and provide expansion as can very seldom manage to see a experience of the eraji of the plannetl. Accordingly an estim:H>.! : official mind I wll be sympathetic ate of our expenditure for the A'lth officialdom. I pray, however, rent TWl ft>ai presented haul pre%  %  i.'tiiuni Bui ii work of passes of M Integral part of the %  (r %  %  Nothing trt • al. that I will never become acquieshas been granted o far, I can P***cent and tamely put up with tho only hear talk of the five veai do> il for th, %  actions of those to whom ,i school velopmeni plan. I am gun pAaf books and U •BOi fn % %  %  %  is another government building— the architect or architects of aoo>a of UM chain on which yu toa t aaa. BonM merely another item which ha* the plan could not have in.,., now .itting. cost more than was cetiinated and 'ended to stop uur present develTin ran wiit i II more ronvi nlenl "pment. But up to UM pM %  *im. in h ~|. k uiH ehief result as far as secondary ... SI !VagS^S SSJT •" h u u '"""'" £ pupils. The mf.nmattnn thai 1 ^BkJM of J gglOpmWri Most .. ct matches have is scant and 1 am mak —%  I nl pc: I '.-mentary %  ,'. %  artth me In n work and our* I do %  for us to h of the groundwork whl i %  province %  Th( eo-optratioa which i haee Had and Oovpeople, with whom I h... appeal now to all who can give CUBted , trv\ that a hi I ai Information about the Colashould Hvc on the school i ndge or the Parry school to let A house for the headmaster of thi* me know. We would like to be school was not able to write a history of the an Item to be the next Bva Ihe i i.JJ | ,i got from th lb *tVms Bod* lead* !M to hoixthat 11 > I %  I I place boy ntage played includlnc one i>< %  ..• %  | -lard. in-, rhool will progress even luriptlsof the rha did in the laal "Talking of Ci .us to be still ggrsted a* of two things. Fu.t, that umaa the effort that i5ldered within f„. s : ,% \i\,>. landard of th< an i .%  %  wbi the higher the school "I am not competent to aa I % %  onu, .f them Incorpor a ted in the ; anything about the architecture "f trance examination 11 .vert. Thu these buildings, but I do sav thrt' That was aft) it i npossible that any teach,, oldOf the I or educationist of experience that I would take them H i ukct match %  d 1 hope that " boyi .. trtnu will roi Idei 'iniheti achool and do ifeC it .ie i I..1.1. i .m lie lor i ndvd by wishplayed on our grounds on i I could obtal tional staff and boys have B!rM I and parents are complaining that not only are their sons gcttu.n older but that they are in aon I ktlttg. Illis Service "Thenll anotlM matter WnV I hope will net the utmost ptlb;tnd will not be able to be Hetty, Our bus ago I compl Sur.d.y Bi I vi'i f happy iv tugh in SciiDChriatmaa i>ney for addiin-rsons unknowi |uj T r. %  etma i" haVSJ ^^_^^^_ furniture. These l %  ad N 1 Co ogwwauoB HI Mun i .,.,. .,:,, oro '" "The staff have willingly copaj In Mai II M i i "i I to Mr. J \ %  : bi ill and has not been wtuV td 53 St. term ] would like Id anth to pnxad as 1 am sure that head. < i,. B Ml h** d that some tchool baan taachlng for 33 years and has buses were overcrowded and the never had leave. During his abDirector of Highwavs and Transeence Mr. R. dcV \ port agreed to l-k Into the matacting a* could have had any say in thcr design and arrangement. "This school has suffered manv disadvantages and 1 have asked my staff to work even harder than usual to offset some of lb) elTects which I hope will become dear to you aa I proceed. "In January of this year llupupils of the Coleridge School and the Parrv School entered this luildlng. That was at the beginning of the second term of the acadpmie year. That meant thai two itofts had to adjust themt r According!*' at the beginning meantime Mr. Year wood ha selves to each other and to two n f this term, after finding that a performing the d.r! sets of pupils, while teaching boya n-hoo) bus left Speightstown wri, who had reached different par's 7 mixed passengers. I wrote to the "Our congratulation to Ml 1of their raapcct've syllabuses an. I Departmerrl of Highways and Barfcei %  ",'"," who were usirif two different se" Tian-porl and inspectors were sent for the degree Of Kachcloi of At.. ..f test books. Th. i who found BI on one bus Of Uh H London and were achieved in the examination "I wa* toW that UfctTO Wra fit Honours in n July reflect great credit on the teachers on the^bus and that teach" the I thi Uucatlofi i ild willingly supply the marks obtained. i ft B. %  %  : acoepto d at 1 lege and %  „r, now memben ol UM Ua a l Fro .. %  SEA AND AIR In Corliilc Bay Scholarships staff and pup'1* who worked under such conditions and under two headmaster* In %  paVtOd Of fdsj months. "1 came here m April Of thi* year to find the buildings not completely forni'hed and that there was little money left. vra not altowet! to trnvil the school buaaa. Alw that three children wrre allowed In tnc -pace allotted to two grown-ups. so that a bus which would normally can. say 31 passengers could take 54 boys and girls. "Tlv .i specie* of mathematics which l difficult to follow the five were converted !< %  level) and then subtracted from This proved that if | ,:it,i; |aj | tern i el ad sou Crick who I member of the th their 1 ll ind whom we exaoin .Main amount of pact i I I lot College of 'he weal India i-xt paronla an AUtVAU %  %  %  ... H Km* A..i. %  1. % %  I i . I'li'.vini'iiis ,.i. .i %  ol %  i ft for T. %  ua M "1 have to thank Mr. T. F Went JJjJJg for his ready co-operation In prott(ll( i, vidfng manv little convenience. | t„ „.. and especially ii -ovidmg vary n ,. teacttera woe removed the bus quickly a set of benches for this would not be overloaded In tne hall. meantime 1 was asked to oo-opThi hall is a delightful UtUi erate with the bu i building. I say little ndvlsedlv by asking those pupils who did not because this school was plarfhed travel all the waj to permit the doubling of the prosInr bus service tram Spetghlstown. ent number or its pupils and Ihls I do not know* whether thi asxemblv hall will be unnbli accommodate the parantfl la t us travel aome dManca away to the headmaster's office, which is olnced nearly aa fat from tins assemhlv hall as it was posidequate "I appeal to teachers .mil patent* to ask themselves whether u) teachers should not ride 00 n sepool bUJ ai .1 (111 whether an %  ihle tbdo. If it Is raining it "will nrls'shnuld ride on a BOI lie very wet. Tt only furniture seat. Remember, this Is not ai in that office when I took over thK stehool was one old srhool doBk, Purniiurt 1 has been ordered bill is. so far. not paid for *n money. "By now, some of us must be a little worried because this report _. shows signs of liecoming a tale of Parry and Coleridge woe lie patient' there Is more to come, but I will tr> to spare you the mure harrowing details. "Our playing field is in bad shape. There is little topsoil and there are several out-croppings of Coleridge and l'a rock We have not done much the Attxandl 9 with It. There is no money. English political HI la 'The desks and chairs with also glad *< M' >' which this achool Wai furthe acting Librarian, and Miss ^Jg ;-. %  \ Ulrcoli Ibfaai ichooL Moal of occupy nearlj mucl an adult "Durtng the y we %  i cd bv the Director of Iducal who kindlv conftcntcd to dlstribule eertincates to those bo. .-rry and Coleridge Kbools who were successful in thi Q.C are nnil iust in tin"'— really Mijurli tollerlimi of Shoe* in e\crv ii %  !" lind st\le hv Arcolu, inlereslinulv priced Irnm SKE.IHI S %  UY VOUt CM:iTM*t SMOti [• %  IV fO* IMT fNTlF *--^ f*iVV AT I*'* flr^_ Come in today and se our telee*. >*! Gents. Uadtej *nd children ihoes fYJjOS MCRII nucfc e hiu • S.-I .. S£ a I. HI BuafB i Court ... and I^'W i %  • r C %  ;.( %  simg bft k Shoaa I %  Ite Nubuek. I th platfoim toll Shoes la 1 Suede—available also with form soles. Henri alt, too, in Nubuck. and black fatted* black Patent. ,---. %  'i i(. hlncK ti .inFor wounds, cuts, burns, sores, etc., 50 Gramm CETAYIEX CRE, an-"CREAM IS SOOTHING AND CLEANSING-PROMOTES RAPID HEALING Sole Agents nnd Distributor* A. S. BRYDEN £ SONS (BARBADOS) LTD. IMPIRIAI CHIHICAL (rHARMACfUTIOlS) ITD. Ah MJI Rrfrnhmg.' Yn.H'i-oii'CnmlM tail dc Cologne braclnj %  ndfrnhllktamornlnt brm and Hralglii rrora Cologne onRhliw, Cctabotikfbi d ind COOIMM iw M ol oMl MR. PLANTER '.'.. %  c t'.iieieration Ihe famous — MASSEY HARRIS 42 B.H.P. Heavy Duty 6 cyl. Diesel Engine WHEEL TRACTOR (Abu availubir with llalf-Trarks) ilh our 5 Ion. Al.l.STHKI. CAM: CAKTS I uilli ovrr run Hi.il...-and Pnruninlir Tyr<"t Tlirsr iiniu have already hrt-n tried and prnvrd In Ihe satbfarllon nt llirir oum-rs — he amongst llirsr satisfied uuners. LET US ASSIST Yoi; WITH YOUR TRANSPORT PROBLEMS Other Maatoy Horrhi A ricultura] Equlpmont availoblo includes — t.ic \ss MI Wl .. s AND LOADERS BAKES Its HANI III LOADEBB AND BAOABBB MANURE BtHlinW FKKTII.IZrK DISTKIItl TOItS Kte„ Etc, Bte, Your Knquinei; i %  l COURTESY GARAGE DIAL KOIIMiT TIIOM I.IMITII) 4616 Whitepsrk Road Agent*



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SATTRDAY. DEC I Mill It 2". 1932 ItARRAncm AllVnl \TI PACE SEVEN Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE QIFTS Spend |104 l re free. %  %  LOUIS L. BAYLEY Of Billon I ,,i. THE NATIONAL BUS COMPANY AMI l^0M thrc^ot^R pg'-i >, row muielei at once lop.; SloHn'i Liniment lightly— feel your on ihe affected par. doe* lhe real Good fof *Jie and paint aad iLtf jouuiloo! LOOK KM IW _V naim rt ki |il %  %  %  i n-minuie echedN %  i %  BridgeMat %  %  MKI wel is i n> nii".%  i h ol 0i Hi Bt< a %  %  %  %  thekind tnniw B IMI %  „, ..mi ;i 3d p "i up probyn Street % %  %  ol tin' %  and i Th.1* ionBenbow'tOogMlx the difference. Wbnur *"M"I dt** of all btcuk. fit. •hfim ihe %  . im^fcmbiKifcn : •* made I" tfkc OftgUMl l-tmiU (ntn otiiual • U ami loan in|irJifii< ajkd conflnacd ilut hecMUi HI . <} %  i-;%  .!. pre. -i — i ..;! ,I]IIKI:, keep tb* coat |Lw>. A *< .. *Mk don lhe will qv %  ht whd— •** yiu chmo .VM M tWr/a iruTCbrnadivinotK>ifuni.rlr>*e>iiifr lot lull utfoon.im, u RKKBOWSIDOa MIXILKI: in III) i i ... %  Sbonland., KencLnsland ,, BENBOW'S Dog Mixture fy Most miles for your money C he < )in a I C oitcli And what a soothing and comforting one it is! "That Cow & Gate Baby Powder is really delightful." says Mummy, it seems to soothe and comfort Baby more than anything else." Yes. and it seems to soothe and comfort other people too." says Daddy, looking up from his paper with a smile. cow & GATE FOR COMFORT C CONTENTMENT FII.LINf) STATION A National out-id* the new Eo Station added to the Nation*! 'Bu Company law*joartagl B.irliaree< Hill WAITING Tliree "Nationalin the Fiobyn Btreel 'land In preparation tor the '*•**'' Steady Work At Boys' Foundation School If KMMN IIKO. II .1 -Til I i Still Looking for .... TinPBBFECT QIFTT .Ask to gee the new PH ( .i % %  of . UMACOL I TOILET SOAP 8 Thr.-c lovely huge cakes : ** %  %  tliis ili'ligjitfnl soup in fi %  dainty plastk contain ; cr. S rra \ on i WORTH HAVING e> vnm Page fc. I". St A Laueook, i pupil <>f thin %  ii rison ColUM I" B A lo %  %  banter on Old Boy.oca lo tin 1 W m Hilton Anlrowere spent in tin %  ervke "I thll [n February i IUMH to which %  long h.ivr -ui'i itmbi'd, he Joined phere. To .....turn c.f ins aer%  i! in which %  .'(Torts. A to nil pupils, though often too Ini... will lung DO rcinem%  no patted through his hands. I : %  roui In bl i (youthful %  9*J M'hon!, une part nf him; *'" I to thi beat thorn b nave unlUntlnglj %  strength %  for UMRI , n. thought of ive that of a coi .J fLillilin-nt of duty, perttO "f Hi" IUH1 oniu Hlaton Ol School %  ol ihoai oe %  • foundaknown. 101 we read that I I %  I that there H.H t ,wMMMMMMMMMHMMM R EDlFFUSlON' s Christmas Present MORE HOURS OF-REDIFFUSION ENTERTAINMENT STARTING SUNDAY 21st DEC. Md ( unllnulng thruuiti Iff! It'dlfTii.lon x*III extend Ita SERVICE si NDA1 I I BOH 6 15 AM TO I" N I'M s \TI FtH \\ i ROM t.30 A.M. TO M P H. MUMit. ro tf \ M To 18.30 PM m a I 11 -. must ham I* 1 '! 0OM hind of %  %  Be that aa 'i %  f< undation stono of the Brat Foundailal 8d i %  Jl.IV 10th llt'l b) IlllKOO. Jnlitl t II M '.. Council u and Commander in continued iiestruyed by the unsparing! hi.' %  I 1 ltd 1831. of whoao aam i I %  >< %  i record rai Mr. i 1817, followed by Mr. Pennell I'M!" and Mi Plttpatil.k 1H2U who was head at tin%  %  %  Commltti' Bchool was Dr. 0 t'> note tli.it from isio we hove on reco tii • Committee of the %  i J '. P. Evelyn, then Mi Chaiiea Evelyn, end Mr. John i Qoven The new Found laid on June let ib32 by in:.. i. I %  %  Biahop Kt. ire, Arch! r King, theRevd John Bl %  Antigua |] of the l | ,i Militia %  %  < %  Artillery %  other wli. :. H K It '• the field. School Rehuilt %  %  t aft i it was nrty glinted H K of fundfor the n lioola. The %  I..i this purposQ wua £760. i tat htra w-i* erected hy Mr. Edward Hoopoe Benhouai %  fly given 1 | whole sum should be building t> the I hool was on a i 111 H tended foi educetlon o| childaeth seve. Ij pened Iht laih Beptombei I8S3 with '*" rderi, i boyi of puplli a I %  It i" r* and IS Prrscnl i unll i tnaa .i tii.it among the iin-n .ling with • Foe the boyi| punishr i %  %  | not hi %  •' %  lui horaehip bill rind rod* or ire. For the Hiila icorporal (niiii'limr-iil aave aolliary cwnflnrQ f S.. pie.. note, i be 'i -I wi %  i %  'i. i %  Ith the < hureh and vetry, and it nnancee depended 11 money. monj and ooBtributloa i %  %  V< 'iv. 27th 1841. 4B boy and 28 uK dad M I cc mn:'. hot tl i %  other Lhli Bd II to ie i day school. This %  tate ol affairi continued until i8:>3 win., iin.i.i the p| thr Revd, A. I I. Thai o) had l dlofl be plao the achool lc rai %  iiidard of a gfKKl Middle School. 2 That the school should com%  3. That the boy, <4 the Public %  PooA* IKl I-' d.'Mgiiated 3rd claw, and receive a good .hot, 4 Thai the 2nd elaaj should ini lude the boyi whoi i win paj I > i .HI; p I lor a commercial education. it, ii the i i i Ian ihould Include imys whose |mr< pay A: 10 p.n. aterlil .it'U % i la' .n a) hauling. 6 Thai Fbundat I %  % %  %  %  moniali of meril rrom the : for nut of the I 7. Thai i coneuel the ut>l -r i] iai .1 !.. ., the preeeni Ma rb rin the G | I the i. the I i MM I thu : • ,T Ol Wlll< Il i— %  t rrx ril ghoul lor when %  i i.f %  < %  In I .; nrat m ml "f money rrom the 1 Coimi, itee in the I %  "n the Colonial ft.mk for the urn of i2i atari Banco tint date It he United through raried fortune. ..i .II..IH i . i. until it bet i Qn S' hool w Ith ti" 1 meenlni I ii..: thought i • • belli lo not i onatitute I ImproveI i %  i pure devoUon to dutf it ore i %  | ql . i 1 ill %  !, %  It ol tin. | iired by i n capable %  %  aaamplt % %  %  % %  kei i : lhe fear of Ood rare II win emploj the knou ledgi tney %  %  i within these of God ind the betterment ol Iheli fellow Salvalion Army Social Appeal the Tt "' s \i Aniiii..! Social Appeal la l chrnhnav t bear para %  i i poor I 1 I 1 gramme during 1853 i kTatafully rc-cclved. U mould hvation Army P.O Bridgetown. If unabla M I %  •all Pn Acfcfd *4i on in w. | II. Jason Jonei at Co., Ltd. 10 on 1 i %  .'. Club ( illfi If J. potter i K %  i %  Bon i lab %  %  i D D 3 N H %  3 tin I M) J B LESLIt ft CO LTD "" mni i mmnnMHM i MH HIE BARBADOS HJCIMC SUPPLY (OIIPN.. 111). • IMPORTANT NOTICE. • KI.KC TKU ITV SI I'l'I.Y e IH-I: I ilifv mir C'onviiiiiiTs llinl .1 tol.il ihutfown "f IIHsi.i.pI. will b* wmmwi hnlwn II NII.III nnil :i ,, ,„. „„ Suiiihu. ilsl ll,-,,inl.ir. lo anabla SMMtlal %  ItcraUam i" l"canted a* on aav ni.iiii Hi^'ii Ti'iisiim Switchboard. I'lirlhi-r wurk ,..> I.inrn.v.arv mi MilisiM|iii>nt siinih^s ,iml C'l.iiMiiniTs will |>. ilulv notlftad. nil. BABBADOa ll.liliiii sri'l'i.v oiiroKMKiN LTD \ laflTH, Oaoafal Manaiar< %  Til" "" * M> . Learn from the hospital. Whenever infection threatens in your home, use 'DETTOL' IHI MOBIIN ANTISI'TIC 1 Ii P [) M I'li-ii-iim flavour perfrct 'I'lmw' %  New in Barbados but very old in Holland MILL BEER from 700 years old KLAVER BREWERY MILL-ions drink MILL beer t-i*. w.. -m' 1953 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY ADVERTISEMENTS mo CHANGES IN LISTINGS The attention of thr Public is d fact that our Sole Agents In connection with the Claaained Section and all Aelvettlaetnenti and t^ethtgf ba IMgnlaj (Heavy 'I' % %  i > > in the t olonial Ad\ertiiing Co.. (B*ea) Ltd.. f J |)| %  ' ' ( ll.lll-rs %  I xtr.i mtlnue to be lhe Telephone ( oinpaii>. I'' i i PLEASE NOTE FINAL DATE FOR BENDING IN Chani:' the iy. r .:i DIRECTORY is the !l-i ol IlKKMBUt 1952 After this Date no Changes. IXlra I isim-s etc.. can be mode. | Till BAfttADOS TELEPHONE ('<.. lid.