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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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ERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

® Advocate,

ESTABLISHED 1895 “ TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1952~ PRICE: SIX ¢





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MR. PINAY RESIGNS AS FRENCH P

New Tax Proposal |“ tanks open | U.N. REJECT SPENNENG (THE WHE / Japan Ca
Gets No Support | sicsevskewuc | RUSSIAN Prove U.N.

of banking facilities will be : ege °
: one of the hardships occa- ‘ mor Qualification
“Attitude Of R.P. Party Intpossible” | ‘Sa‘touday, the Banc have | REQUEST







NEW YORK, Dee, 22,





agreed to remain open for ? ia tee ‘te | ne Ambassador Carlos

e e UNITED NATIONS Dec. tr tol ‘“ pati
PARIS, Dec. 22. || morrow, | ™™ “°° |) The U.N. General Assembly after | on ‘Monday’ that Japan cel Salve
PREMIER ANTOINE PINAY, first postwar|| ,â„¢> bramer ome of tue | fn jday reject mt over | she Js peace loving and auaited

, an o! . 5 a) « , ‘ ) ” { 1 Nation nemobers »
Premier to curb infiation, resigned early on Tues-'| Batnoril Gap will not be | Whelming majority the Soviet reso- id ee mag
day before the National Assembly had chance to|| effected by this change im | |!Hlon calling on | it to conden | The delegation headed by Tos-
‘ closing hours. alleged “mass murders” of the } . } led upon Remuk
vote on three confidence tests on his 1953 budget Korean and Chinese prisoners of pine Mission Sent
war in American camps q ol
programme. } } re to ask his suppor
The premier who several times had been near} STATE | Five Sesjet, qountries voted tn ly wa

} favour. Forty five countries voted 77 UFgamesal

breaking point during the nine months and 15 days ; ae against and ten, mostly Arab |
| : a ie pl t eace
in office, announced his resignation because of the} LOTTERY joan countries abstained, The } ns not that Japan
Assembly was in continuous ses- pproves of the act
{ by their militarists but

“impossible attitude taken by the R.P. party. a RE rE |sion for nearly 14 hours to com=
R.P. or Catholie Republican announced earlier, in| Ji CTED plete the agenda so as to adjourn
oO stmas

a debate that they would abstain during the night’s LTS EOE ha PO The Soviet Union had asked the

ready and willing to
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votes, thus virtually assuring the Government’s; 4 motion moved by Mr. Uriah General Assembly to “condemn e Pt is one
defeat. | Butler in the Legislature yester-|/anq Chinese prisoners of war in at the
onfidence votes faced; day urging Government to initiate | American camps and to “insist . The
mier Antoine Pinay but they) a_ state lottery with which to ‘that the United States take imme- id Romulo they
e T were but lost in c¢ infusion | subsidise basic foodstuffs in view | diate steps to end brutalities com- 1 ney a = to call
Nine Nav al t he dramatically backed aj} of the very high cost of living; mitted by United States military A “ mavecntage:
c proy to boost alcohol taxed 25! was rejected by an overwhelming |authorities against Korean and pie € Philippine

‘ per nt., and promptly made it a: majority. cons prisoners, and should call :

Men Arrested third confidence issue. { This was the Legislatures’ last |those guilty committing those] ii SES An! | Ul

| ar 4 m a tino 3 pe " e ‘+ nak ”
Pinay’s blunt “liquor or lodg-|8t for the year before going into ;crimes to strict account.

t ais | month long recess. Mr. Butler; The Soviet resolution con- 6
ba HAV Arig Cuba, Dec, 22 : ame : ——. a " ai ee submitted hat such a mation ldemned “criminal action off STR JOHN SAINT spins the “wheel” for the Barbados Boys’ Club Raffle at the Plaga Theatre last night 23 ie. Ss
Nine Cuban former naval en | taxes fo re st time & vu





arrested on Saturday on charges | 5, 1948 and already, raised a solid would bring untold relief to} American military authorities in pe TE Re was B-—8110 which wins the lucky holder a car, There were four other prizes and
of subversty " ‘activitic are to be Wall of opposition against him thousands of persons by way of | Korea which violate the elemen=| ree ° a + R tvalanche
release trom uiison Ane hela fiom the Communists on the left buying essential commodities. Mr | ary principles of hur Aan ity Sad ) A > >’ ' ,
under House arrest until eport | to peasants on the right. Butler said that in Malta, Brazil !human more ality and violate inter TI ‘ G ° ] W | | ¢ OS Oo Ss At “ui , e q ‘
on their activities has been com- It was a complete reversal of/ and Venezuela all of whic bh} ni itional law.’ 1 rir 10 | ‘ Buries Bus
pleted. his adamant “no new taxes” stand!were richer than Trinidad, lot- The Soviet draft said the} 7 ; ae j e

The order for their temporary | #¢4 came with an unexpected | teries were the vogue and he did Funited States should take “urget ae ! N Wot ae \‘
release was given toda Navy | suddenness late last night when/not see why Trinidad could not|measures to end such butchers ac « Vé 1 ai ? ra wii VIE Neu, bt ne
Chief Jose Rodriguez Calero pped into the Government} follow suit. and prosecute those guilty of thest ‘ . J \ nehe ried san



” " ~ . .
and announced in a few Mr. Albert Gomes tagged the|crimes. & » St; . \ mus in At tberg Pass on
The Soviet delegate Gromyko & e¢ n nm airs lor night killing persons

The men are eight former’ sentences that he would ask tax| proposal by Butler an “economic a6
it te

officers and one former nav } on amendment to his budget. istletoe”. Mr. Gomes said price | speaking in debate said the Soviet y i ‘ TT ‘ 1 ) injuring vast four
Sete tales une a nendment to mistletoe”. Mr. Gomes said price | speaking in, Gene apted by "ney ee Car For Holder Of Ticket B-3B110 aso vie ei ua ost ol













i > N . ; levels of essential foodstuffs here ¢ y
“—_ Ruiz Navy Chi n the Sharp Increases were lower than in Jamaica, Bar- | and ee ater oe Little Valerie Glass, the six- illed were foreign tourists
& 1 itic of rye ‘ vi on a te ae itted by United States authori- ar-olc . i 7 orle : ‘ ’ the Satan olidavs
the on | rt It ndment proposed sharp ~— oe Gre Ora t the Trini | ties we the islond of P Phot “te 8) or roan Ro meee a c rid’ | THE lucky holder of ticket B-3110 won a cay + ‘ a : ‘ yotep holidays

a , , aa ae Mr. Gomes said that the Trini-| tes © sit ongam “a8 lone sle, istan da Cunha 2 ; : 4 \u n Al

< an On. WORS: BESERR a ne cane sors ok asataeiaid dad Government intended spend reported in many news services.”)}ritish Colony in the South At-| the first prize of the Barbados Boys’ Club raffic i ire still investigating the
he ee te saturday | tion of war wrecke sing ¢ le $3.7 sidi j itic, hae er greatest il : A ti ietermine the exact
Sel “Tet “sisehe en Yl Miguer pensions for war widows. |ing $3,752,000 on subsidies Gromyko charged the United|\imuc: ad her. greates Eng-| which was drawn at the Plaza Theatre last night sso The Sea
bed been appre : 2b cinlt gray pees ea i “py mith sniping J Somnunist| nd three days ago, And tha before a large number of spectators, which com ter brought to the
had been app ng active| against every attempt at increas-)] [""" ese and Korean Communist). to go to bed | f : . Pe th I driver who
navy officer n t t | ing these credits ch he claims ART HEADLINE i ; evens salt aaa bd = The-time wa ix o'clock, Val-| pletely filled both floors of the cinema. nanaged to escape

le e th c Li ) tr 4 0 a et ft no > as 5 6 BS a { € "s € i eit ” ive . “ ; . -j i } 7
ae - f e} wd ala a : fT 2 ther sound of | Semerinente, He said: that in. the je nl al t ~ % : but at RS | The other prize tickets are, 2nd, the fr igidare, rh vas en rounte from

> anda persuade « to joir inflation unless 1e assembly com- pe é “ os oe ck I 1e ouse it “ton A : . Lang to Stuber , ot ieee

in an armed re¢ lior t jbined it with a specific source of fheie men 18 Bag hag Middlesex, where she is staying B 0457; 3rd the radiogram, M 2100; 4th, the Singer ail in the ee eee —
Government:—U.P, ew revenue —— reir eyes “gouged ou i 'Volerie was asking if she could . ‘ : * vate pring ‘

aa gs Phat aniiNtmoiit proposed to get American forces “burned” 18 pris- | z to Bed. Pes ey Sewing Machine 0-1145 and 5th, the Raleigh yuried by the avalanche one mile








oners alive in a flame throwing]

; sutside Langen as it was passing
bicycle, R-1459. SO MACE eat ee

500,000,000 frances ($27,375,000)


































































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i ' i experiment. It wasn’t that Valerie was tired | ay to three
x fc extra reconstruction and i¢i ri | | Hower £ tt follow " | sort
ew Pro oOsals Foor | oso , 2 ee ern |. British and American delega-|oit from all the new wonders ouers of the “following t > rou ing resot
roposals For Suan tiem wrtetonte aaa: et | Vo _ >. Ramowul tions BEE Hto laughter at thes aa has been discovering after | Likes Will ae pate peiees of. $4 wo restec UP,
‘ s ag Se aa ” >) | DOLLS | allegations. coming from an island with a total! each:— B-—4668, B42 ia .; ‘ —
: Persian Oil Dispute yy ene taxes “ wine, bert TAX ON | | HOUSE The debate ending at 4.45 ain. population of 244 | 2303, R—0878, O-—-3216, M--1001,} ,,,,,, Woden ane é iq ior is well as other \ | was the longest and latest on It impl that Valerie | B—4578, O—2195, O—1018 and ( ’ ». PROECOCAN SX ert , ce ( f \ imdsor
LONDON, Dec. 22. 1 oholic products. HOMES 1 record in the Assembly When| knew only single-storey houses. | 0551 arrested, one by a policer
Ane sources said U.S.! Pinay said he would go along gre. it was over, delegates left to}. She had never seen stairs in When the number for the first pond to di te the other aft Re turits To U.S
m yassador Loy Henderson will |W ith raising credits if Deputies a begin their Christmas holidays | hous s before Bed for her was prize was announced, a man jn ats : 1D 1 " 1" ; ttach t} My
ae = A a ne\ Oe ak would stand up and be counted {and the Assembly will not re ‘ upstairs, and Valerie wanted to); heatre shouted out Lot Dc lic I b te k } laa M | W YORK, Dec ?
10ns or le n nian ol is- | fo is t ( ie . ie thos tairs ae ae ’ . a eman took plac Vic i v
pute wher’ he returt Teheran Ne ‘ fs ixes to go along with | convene until February 24. bes was» Pky ie the day | muh at the wheel but no of¢]'The assailant was over iby} The Duke and Duche f Wind
from Washington. The main idea 5 ‘| Gromyko got the last word. | i a vd tmbed the atin : umong those . present indicated os intended victim and later j rrived from Europe and the
in the proposals is that production Tote as - He denied American and British i ‘ rant.creat.,ollicially that he was the holde repeats the announcement
proy I ote on Measure ¢ | Valerie Gla great-great je .
and marketing of Iran’s oil shall]. a 2, charges that his allegations were} jpoot—oranddaud! of Tristan, Of the lucky ticket. Prize winner seo sae Tate ; ‘ ould hot attend the
be a combined operation by the Then he tossed: his bomb into Bs |for propaganda purposes These da Cunh fir cai ‘ ernor| Will go to Central Police Station rat n iy: if up a Eur¢ r 0 Up
world’s major oil cqampanie and | the veary assembly which had jare fac undisputed fact he} wit ~ Gi his morning. at 10 o'clock witt | pean ss arreste 1 ( isa 2
dts ad acd 1a i = ( ifte olice « ATS, STP
not a British monopoly. been oa almost comets es session | de clared U1 | She has been brought to Eng-|their tickets where they will be }him in the leg , rl e Eu nt
‘ since 9.30 a.m. on Saturday morn- Mr. G M t | -- {tar rdian Mz Marjorie} presented with their prizes ' ae ; j
t is iderstood that the WW . ne 1 WV \ k é 1ose name was withheld was ne
. ne Se fin Tran G q eK: cp .|ing and asked for @ confidence airy us | teaching in The wheel was spun by Sir Johr nin 1 serio onditior | *)
app - . as “= a : Gt Bs a = ao on the measure. 8 ia Cunha ind whose|Saint while Mr. G. Lewis of th | om
N n the f i glo- ommunist speakers promptly P $200 |; ‘3 a tkills 30: nine : man tharée| a a . pH Meanwhile a delegation repre
American note which will stress ae ed % in 1usbar le mT Barbados Turf Club assisted him : I
the need for expedi ; atte. Ae lied the move a demagog- ay e until he died ir oar Also present on the platform when | Erne ont French eer of Shopping Days
nent f the il di ite for ran’s gay pee i . x , The child “A chosen from the wheel was . , et wer the protectorate was scheduled te
— oe tie dis} or Irar As the debate continued past (From Our Own Correspondent) 150 Injured the ialaid? hildren to be edu-|: ee ae eee +l return late today from
Since the British evacuation of| Midnight it look as if GRENADA, Dec, 22, / vated here, Eventually, it is hoped,| Boiice, Major teaies Chief Fire | where it petitioned the F before \mas
Abadan, the not undesling,|~ ay swould. arrange a compen: i: Bi. mee Calry wae, Oe set JAPAN, Dec. 22 she may return to the island a8) Omer mr, C, Jones and Mr. M..0.| pond re enttiiey deena ee . :
oil production Middle But he said: “In view of thefing ordered by Magistrate Basil | i ake - pio ‘ ea 22, a teacher, but this will be left for stun ¢ nd Fitz P ticks Gr a hand in putting down violence Se asa ae
East centres and el ‘ein the sible attitude being taken]Dias to pay $200 or three months | : - ing explosion ripped | hor te decide ee nt eae oe —UP.
world has been to off- , I immediately tender my }imprisonment in default finding ciate fan cowawting a ‘ ee . ; , dieilei cnentepaenaaiiniina talniettetaldediemniansiegenns -—-_— ly
atid it ad : a PS nation.” i agoya dockyards leav- n three occasions a number
| set the | f 1 Irar eh —_ Oe “8 W. yaa ae ing an estimated 13 to 30 persons Floods Threaten was drawn that had not‘been sold
| The note will warn Iran that ‘he announcement caused a wy ” ta y e I “am A dead and as many as 350 injured. | and a few times a number that
; any long delay in tiling the | Sensation in the packed Chamber |*®© Peace and be of good be ves United States military poliee 9" I K v4 was too high came up, The whee!
Anglo-Iranian ‘oil dispute, will| Where political opposition to the iour had forfeited same by stag-jand Japanese authorities who dug 25,000 my rance had to be spun again. While the
make it all the more difficult for | 5ixty-year-old tannery owner had ing on November 11 a public|/through the wreckage searching in ral ‘PANCT . 99 | Wheel was spun for the first prize
major oil companies to handle|t growing steadily along with|Meeting at Queen’s Park without|for the dead and wounded said BORDEAUX FRANCE, Dec, *2,! id during the short: {titerval of
Lyan’s oil. the weakening ot his programme. |%iving the Police due notice. the exact casualty figure could A railway embankment stood)" ion Hatha’ the tdket waite
maid, The session was suspended at once|, Mr. Gairy had been fined $24/not be determined because some | between 25,000 inhabitants and] Checking betore k v3 a Tol ie ri oy
end Pinay left the ‘House with his by Magistrate E. A. Heyligher on|bodies still were believed inside |The mounting wool ki rt a, the Saat te ate r ‘ sd lent
e a as fille 1 Ge 2 * iw squads a c eatre was sile
TE hy : Minisiers, It is still believed|the Park meeting offence. Thejthe gas filled building ae aes Wor a4 i ‘ When t mber was announced
ELEVEN TO DIE possible tha A 1 l occasion of entry into bond was The blast, the worst in Japan|helped by firemen and troop n the nur row ink
p rsuade P Taher ae or when Mr. Gairy was convicted |since the end of the war show- | total of 6,000 men—were fever-|it was as though everybody had
NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec, 22 tet es ae ered the block > ith fly-|ishly sandbagging the mile long|begun to breathe again, After thi
; 4 cision } y Magistrate Dias for the use or) ©rec e six block area with fly BEINg 5
Eleven Kikuyu tribesmen were| °°°!!0! U.P, threate ings language to planter |i2§ wrec kage and deadly ammonia | roadbed eople chattered and looked on
sentenced to death by hanging Louis Stratie, . F gas. Rescue efforts were ham-} The flood was expected to] with lesser concentration to the
here today for murdering a Euro- Dp k ( . pered by fires and by heavy gas reach its crest later today . spins for the other prize
pean farmer last October > Ed y which spread through the | terd iy a hastily built sandbag Before the spinning begar
uke dE inburgh k wrecked = buildings Unites ene yon a ag on by waters! Colonel Michelin said that jt wa
a N Oa States rmy estimated 30 per-|after the river ac PrCVIOUS!Y | the t} ird affle of ts d H
’ Pilots Plane ancy es eons killed 150 injured. burst a conerete dike. Up to now th aa a Sir : Toba Phd pone as
Faces Mav’ peau In Bahamas | —U.P 1 500 pe ;ons nave Deen evacy itod | asi ilinstha sabia: ghd bir, Dee
LONDON, Dec. 22. _—_ ind fleets of trucks rushed to the} et. Barbados Turf Club wh
re me ial " of Edinburgh piloted ee ae ; a ‘ 7 threatened area. Police cars with gai a tte om
: a ! g plane from White NASBA . Bahamas, Oe, Bas UR. Nee ads More loudspeakers cruised the streets “ ste oe ‘Turf Club | I
; } Ww nae | Cesare We: Nancy Oakes, heiress to the! warning people to prepare for] ment that the Barbados Turf Clu -*
‘ : , : Renan, fabulous Oakes gold mine for-} Y ° i vacuatic ised at race meeting He al yh
A : é k ? on the way B evacuation i
pt pend. Chri at Sandringham, une flew to Nassau to make S. American Trade | In the Bordeaux area numerous| th inked the management of the . .
- royal country estate The Duke, {final plans for her marriage on yee avds were under water The| Plaza Theatre . |
: vho flew solo for the first time ]December 29, to Baron Ernest ‘ LONDON, Dec. 22, rdeaux rail line was un- He told spectators that if they od’
3 J Saturday was accompanied by a|Lyssard Von Hoyningen Huene | The Financial Times viewed the inches of water. Trains; were not lucky enough to win open i
fiving instructor (CP) of Germany.—CP) |new Anglo-Argentine trade pact were making detours. they would still have contributed .
aq Foe Aa) |favourably but said that action —UP. | to sinc enkiais ee «
j aa still must be taken to reverse the as
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“i c - Wi t Fl “dangerous” decline in business ee os ee 5, Sas Re
h a t d. vith South America’s non-dollar , Nata
on. ig ec e nation He said that the 1952 uy a WY,
Anglo-Argentine trade agreement vel ising an | a ey Seay
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M Of G focussed attention “on what ha Lox dd facourit: hack agam
7 e at T become a black spot in this coun- }
i ay or . orgetow n try’s overseas trade.” It said ‘the | h.W.V. |
| e jre ord for 1952 is on the whole oO 7 Pa 1 ;
( iE SORGETOWN., B.G., Dec, 22, jnot unsatisfactory. The exceptior & >
‘ able Claude Vi -% tc las y Presi-|i8 rapid deterioration of trade : P ian ‘ Mt otc
: } 1 ‘ : .C vranit es ght, C = aa ee oan |with non-dollar South Americar ~ACIFIC PALISADES, California, Dec | t ¢ } gna
ee Coconatiok Year 1 penanaies. ‘The Bowabe 1.) Airc A WELL-DRESSED man found shot to death at the| | i
( r mM wx Coronation Year 1953 | ne ,
I I — . ale agree : will help to rectify entrance of a beach club was identified by the F.B.! ics | i r gift, a
The new ounci! had met c attare writ gant tasae ¢ , . / . o
| the first time and Mr. Wight won matter " h aren ae ne he a day from fingerprints a William Charle Eric Iva fi more appre
+ tates 4 eA sas 5 iC _jremains the _ probler of trace Nichol] 1). advertisins . | Scotl | BP laa ve J
4 on x votes of the elected Coun- w : cae on Vicholis, 40, advertising man born in scotianc ited by her he
7 with Brazil, Uruguay Chile n 1
I RENCH LINER cillor igainst four secured by his Peru.” , A few hours after identity had been established they tap yung oF ald
1 ; ynly opponent Honourable Lionel a. Si F " . nena warrite rec ic kson, 66 aid he N lls’ | |
BRC JKEN IN TW O Al fred Luckhoo, nominated Mem-|.. The newspaper quoted Board reen Vv ri er Frederic Jacksor j { he is Nichol YZ ngrance’’: fe tk
| 4 ber of the Legislative Council who|T'4de figures to show the ex foster-father | Les
| had twice and up to this year been change of goods between Br e theorized that Nicholls} Jot Ro ertising Agence nd wonderful of
i ' BEIRUT 22 Depu Mayor and for whom and these countries is smaller now hot t jeath ea in M J told poli th j
‘ The grounded liner three Government nominees on|than in any other post-wa the body dumped near fash-| Nici pent Sat
{ | Cha mpollion v hore | the City Council had voted solidly. | period nable B : [ Cl from anjat } k ‘
7 ere tor t broken May Wight voted for Council- | —U-P. t ‘ i ( on-| f (
1 Naval lor George Francois, De Sebastiani| tion of the es indicated that! Nic
t ‘ response | t0 be Deputy Mayor and gave hin 7K > he had been dragge fte he! |
i vi i rONLSE | . : r ; ne
3 JOMO KENYATTA, charged with juest for e sent a e u te : t defe i ex-Mayor] The Last Year 1 fe _ twice A policemar He
1d n ser of ? ry ~quipr t hma Bacchu rajra) ime â„¢ q . eund the nd in bt
being the ee ee 3 = mages a pla carrying equir nent | oe neil G. W. E. Cooper, the TAIPEH, Formosa, Dec. 22 it it a 1
the Mau u oo Sane ns . I “rd pep o. | latte 1 Government nominee.| Marshal Chiang Kai Shek e Fi mn aA
y oa u } : ait o us a ne bt ' feclared today that 1953 woul Record t i
house in Nairo »a Ch mpollion y life ne t hore Massiel|be the last year for Chinese is reg
recess in his tr \ = ! oy . ; P c , ak yur -|N itionalist preparations for ever 1940 listin
London attorne} ‘ ; or as mpson|tual counter-attack agair } :
England to act p ae , yot-! Chinese mainland.—« thian Scot i He
_torney. at hearing. (Intern yational) | —UP | —UP







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BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1952
First Anniversary OPENING XMAS DAY 8.30 P|



LISTENING













Silver Beach Guest House is Mice § “GOD'S WAY OF ROMEEWEST TERRITORY















































































































orn JEAN PIERRE yester- oe
y evening celebrated it YOULL BE SEEING . |
first anniversary with a Cocktail MGM Coady go Blige poe
Party for members and their HOURS “ apne eae Se
Babaas piven Se tint Shawage: GLORIOUS FEELIN MUSICAL ane sages, permicting free
Mr. Peter Greig. On arrival each TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1952 eer : an PK ipa k
lady Was presented with. @ ¢or- 110—6.00 p.m 25.53M TECHNICOLOR (fio ing BY : rubbing nae a
ad ; : : ei : . | into the chest, the atmos
age e Ch . na ee : é The N 4 ae » ee } pun ae the
é 7 entrance - : . : j sufferer is charged with
he bh room thers Was ; 1 ;
' ; va Messiah ive 5 into soothing vapour
ar fs C hristmas tT , ‘ ws ro P U's lag pine § 3 k | thece gh tock semanas 7 . "
anamé suppliec ‘ockt ce t Cor vealih 2.45 p.m } \ [ MADE By THE }
nusi¢e antil the relub’s orchegie, ports & ut { ae 1.10 af : een
took over at 9 o'clock. “prod Bi sia, ras ; 5 fa Ren. a
Among __ those resent wee ou i
Viscount and Visoganbess ee ee ae oe ae KIPAK
gan, Prof. and Mrs. C. G, Beatfey ; Pergon® Portrait, 8.00 pp
Maj. and Mrs. C. Noott, Maj. Bol: , semprir is bre Rodio ' ewmrel, INHALANT RU
Roberts, Mr. J. R. Edwards, Mps r Novello, 8.40 p.m P a s
M. Haynes, Mr and Mrs. Daz eames, Fase’, BiSs gee, Nepere Pee Ld Sold
Mac . owe os t 9 »m. The Holy Child, 9.40 old everywhere
es a R, -" Se ia oe Sore : 10 0 : vy The SINGIN: IN | i
Col. a rs. a Jovasti Ne ) m. Fro The Edt .
‘Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Gittens, - ve yeoftre Burr pr os Tali fe os KIPAK is of great value for children coo.
and Mrs. Frank Morgan, Col, and Ieee ee HE IN
Mrs. R, Vidmer, Mr. and "Mrs “nar
y a * STARRING
C. A. Potter, Mr. ‘fed Wright, M ? ‘s ie 54 ,
Aint Martyn a Ween §=—-sSfadin Is 73 GENE Ketty THE PERFECT XMAS GIF
and Mrs Hal Baxter, Wing Coma: OPES $s f f, CONN .
and Mrs. L. A. Begtes DONALD 0 4
field. LONDON, Dee. 21. OR G RANTS WHISKY
From Trinidad ogee Radi. Sepoieg Statins) /~” DEBBIE REINOLDS 3
ISS MILDRED PAUL wh 73rd birthday, but Satellite radio!
; . ~ 4° | stations lugge the theme of |
: . plugged 1€ eme ’
rums a Private School ir . a g * > hi
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, atriyea /"”! tirthday to Joe’.—C.P. JEAN HAGEN MILLARD MITCHELL ALWAYS MELLOW ... ALWAYS THE SAME
recently for’ a holiday. She’ ¢ %7%s-113090600000000004 aa CVO CHNRISSE 9
plans to remain for a n as
4 guest. of River Beach Ge a If not saved but seeking X
House, Rockley, - Salvation, please write for BZ ’ |
Miss Paul who is paying her
fourth visit to the island, RE 7 Ooo SS
Was
here in August last year. i FREE B K c Af rE Y¥ CL’
. Which Makes The GARDEN—St. James > tole a
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A group of gnests at last nigh Cocktail Party at Chez Jean Pierre gather around the piano to listen Yula Lee-a rom SAN J |
to “Panama” who supplied cocktail music during the evening . tine, Trisbaed® . i wee SALVATION PLAIN” Johnny Sheffield as Bomba {
The party given by the Manager Mr. Peter Greig, was in celebration of the first anhiversay of the remaining until January 1. “Knits Eve (Wea) Thos. 830 p.m }
opening of the ’lub : Miss Lee-a- -Ping is a steno- 8. Roberts, Gospel Midnite TIGER WOMAN
Bhi ain 4 Oe are aaa ; Fair Exchange sraph 1 iti Book & Tract Servi EE Soe Al
R, JUSTICE MANNIN¢ Solicitors’ Clerks Dinner . es srapher employed with the British ce, 30 Double ! Adele MARA
IVE ing Puisn thell FAHE Solicitors’ . Cl ad HILE Dr, and Mrs. A, A, Guiana and Trinidad Mutual Fire | % Central Ave. Beagor, N.L FRONTIER TRAM to
Windw Island ed from I Abc papa ee ee ee Gibbons’ son Iain is spend- eee This is her first visit to | keeasasane aa SAN ANTONE
linner at the Hotel Royal dast th PEA LEECOREEGECSBOOS® OUTLAW |
St. Lucia yesterd rnoon b cho J Noyallast ing the Christmas holidays at a the island. COUNTRY | __ Gene Autry
“agg a sts +9 wrens Sot Covers Were farm in Bethesda, Ohio with his ’
a gue t the En: Hote ae ce i wr, friend Bill Brown, Bill’s sisters A Daughter
7 o oOnour ere T Per : J
ad : ‘Arustice J. W. B siinhiay lita ry and Libby will be spend- ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
Carinimar titans |, 4. Bia le eyam a esas, Comoran» | WoMDepeT TK spECIAL NOTICE
[ALON E, Sar. br Deputy: ii athe Barvados with Dr. and Mrs. Ardvohr”, Upper Collymore Roch
left by B.W.LA.* K . “ibbons - at Ben home “Folke- = the birth of a daughter on
i for Grenadi emember thigh Tyme? ae) St. James unday Dec. 21 at Mrs. Cave’s
> will i Si Che steak a “ é 7 . Jerry and Libby who arrived] Nursing Homes. si Listen to the
1 holidays w hi a1 Sir Be" IC GATES, who produced from the U.S. yesterday live on Mrs. King is the forme:
Sant ad Lady Malo ar tarred in the Musical the farm. Iain is a student at|Cynthia Wiles. A L ERS
High Tyme” in March, Toronto University. Allr 5 i
. » 195K the Empire Theatre is French Ambassador ings, Compacts, iden- : =
R. BRUCE PAYNE ve in Barbados, Jan. 9 u he , tity Bracelets, Cigarette Tomorrow Night at 7.15 p.m.
M lanter of Guadeloupe, is in iderstands that Bric is }Yf% AND MRS. P. ARNAL Cas over the Rediffusion Service
_ hae oh. Wake Gaede teolcday prediie yr SE ait , ere ia prrivals orem ases etc., bought from (The Plaza Programme)
whict he i ending vith xt lar ilong re ame lines a rr ac by 31 * : and are; } us will be broadcast direct from the
mother, Mrs. G. Payne of High Tyme ae the ‘Coloy Cltb, St PLAZA —Bridgetown during
f was amon a , + t the ioment E I he i | i
oa oe a Ne aa - b S Ast a New . Mr. Arnal is Ambassador for | ENGR AVED = a ee eet tbe:: -
B WIA y udios France, in Caracas, Venezuela | ‘ See Warners action Packed
Leaving For U.S. FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER °%3. a Hit ! x
R. JOHN PARKINS\ M"* EDLA CARTER of Mas-j, Hjok in. the section in which FREE Opening Tomorrow (Xmas
M ‘ { iah Street, St. John left look. s ataen ae, “ae Eve)
mrt and of M York City yesterday byj er aoe eee i 2 shows 8.30 p.m. and
‘o. in St. I B. Ww I ” via Puerto Rico to}, MARCH 2 to APRIL 2 (Aries)—We midnite.
Bo. im St. fou tetas tS TOW De LEMEA |i] Sov wavne ac.
validins Six Weeks lowr perter ome A *omewhat trying u
St, Kitt for N Barbados for six weeks’ holi- |?” nea een : BIG JIM
duties in St. L i day which they are spending "1 to MAY 2 (Taures)—No & 60. LTD. WILLIAM GRANT & SONS LTP DISTILLERS SCOTLAND
companied by fh is guests of Mr. and Mrs, Nevill The ee planetary aspects but there
Renetiataee avd the § gt s é I : e condit t . . =
mcilion ; Smith of “Brooklyn”, River Road, could “Ze 20 Broad St. M LA S
: are Mr. and Mrs. Paget R Alves | iis eons oO fo |
of the U.S.A. 21 to JUNE ® (Gemint)—some | and at Marine Gardens | with Nancy OLSON
EAVING o Sunday t Mrs Alves a native of this | very benefic rays in am. taper off to | ‘
I ‘ BW for Trinidad where island . ho io = ~ > girl h mat Hy, be Guten shee week Your Wry ei aeeca hen ar oes re
she will pend the Christmas now returned after an absence oO! | business, Don't waste energy q 4 Vavavav as ee hs be aay * ts ee 5
she will apend the | Christina Pec cis (ans oroe ica Set Wa Ma iit er :
the Vanity Shop, Bank Hall. Her from St. Kitts will be revisiting] achievement pasate | in er anED | See
ister Mi Mildred Mayers and his native land for the first time|endeavours, especially those involving | Me
her niece, Mi Diana Simpson in 44 years. For athe eenate se sence Enlivening | § das
of the Us who had been Mr, Alveé Who used to be con- Ss réequ.ring endurance, courage. | »
pending liday with her, witt nected With the now defunct) JULY % to AUGUST 2 (Leo)—May | P E RF U M ES LAS T
. maining 1 1 after C ‘me rot get as fi ’ , » e
pe remaining. umn after” Christ Weekly St. Christopher Advertiser |, “hn "atin hid, save | Be L—O-—-N-G—E=R
oe ‘ perore st . #atO GATES z rape yey ae a retired broker's a work and social. efforts Keep | Set we
S, : iATES clerk of Wal! Street. New k.
ee ew Yor fine ST 23 to SEPTEMBER 2 (Virgo) Sot
‘ ining, enginee ring, build ho
= Prove’ domestic iierests: under seine | Set Pi PERFECT FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING
excellent rays, But money ar d property 3S
/)D R / | M. Aj CON / fi S ] éeals could be left til ore appropriate 2% | $
AP She time ’
F SEPTEMBER Nn to OCTOBER 2.00 and $4.00 bottle
: Libra)—Cam be fine per od for yo }
cops ony eaves Tate S| Only at THE TURTLE snop
; tuatio + >
7 : () & MARINE HOTEL |
Pi h id TOBER 4 to NOVEMBER © (See i i | }
varl Lar To-day t up yecia tre ‘s Pr |
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ni ae Wild id conditio ns, ilar: $ ———— om Sie sheet
ithout throwing ; essal ay *ponsore “a Special: No M 3 s Eve & X-mas 8.20 Shot al |
borin tude Sy 5 : sponser Due te limited space, . pee a votes Shews X-mas Ey m Day wv Shows os. Se al |
eeanie TI : : NOVEMBER io DECEMBER i oa t T 1
emely we vecia (Sarit s)—Prac ort of das < i 4 pw “ " tas @ x pm
word of praise urse ane | that can a ee vyast wrest” tt yeu are invited to make & MONTANA _STEEL Fist J aren 4
} a . : ou make i t ve alert. stre s rechnicolor)
the other mistresses who had ob you. make it that, ne be, alert iin eines cal he tele a riot LYN ay MeDowalt | SEVENTH VEIL
viously put a great dea f oO you start " 21 TN Fin {
; +e EM als ‘ » «o ae irving BERLIN'S Ww a > K 7%
into Cas pngemotlann, TAK iueent-at Vou tava toe A you nen | a i NIGHT & DAY THE LONGHORN | pm, Mat. Fri a 45
which in the main compri surely make the WAY this s y stim. | ae possible, eee, GRANT il Miott | 2m
parents, were justly roud 1 Hanh ae moe opportunitic for = 2 Giant Shows Xma bide es aba } didnt ebrihes
+ . a9 difficu asks that you can do Z Eve Day 8.0 p.m 2 GRAN S .
{HE CENTRAL COUNCIL ov kbd a : = & & Midnight & xmas Eve Day #0 | |AM A FUGITIVE
OLD SCHOLARS’ ASSOCIATION | JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aqua | se % Continuing Daily at] 5 and Mid-night
SCHOLARS’ ASSOCIATION © # fs [i 4) | browecute duties i af-Uniboctgnt Wis | prom riday Ais] p\n" Mate Brom a
is in the middle of thei: ¥ ee he > TOSECUEE id unportan nts on | . rom Friday 4.05 r Mats, From
Contest and,the talent that is hit p Pedy | eerie SOR eRe cae eee SPh 4084 sien itso ray soem, | oe
den away in Barbac bel f i | Pe as kK beabls ie Z BiG 31M. Mot. AIN. aria take ate etek
. tif + \ ning 4 e s Se ye nae ye... (We
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7 “ome to Bridgetown ‘A Aa ake 4 matters er ‘artine Se . _ 9.30 & 1.30 DESERT
1cting in the poorer areas shinesw | A fe) fie ; dertakings. Cnalichking Gay, but—you Ps & wortnwest | HIGHWAYMAN | Renard afen
> a bet they ‘ ve ike (Cinecolor) nd
like a beacon, they havc hing fey t Op mu e it S & a aaa Bene geese | SEVEN SINNERS
to fall back upon, and have to rely i fobs j YOU BORN TO-DAY: are the liberal sS Pi + Seon FN ll John WAYNE
entirely upon their dramatic 7 type; charitable and dependable Are opine soa -
chievement, whercas the more [aM dust Im your judgmyencs, and with this | IR MUSIC — by Panama andi BRIDGETOWN = BARBAREES oa OISTIN
' . T exacti Sore s ) PSS 2 S
affluent clubs are able to camou- w e oan aware Sana Gains noe Sie = his Trio i€ ae ypu 2810 Dial a. F Dial 54m ee
flage a great deal with courage friends, co- Especially = %
ve costumes effective ent, perhaps they are thinking the Police Band helped to make aj: pre sia “his make Ntoite ioe
nd lighting effects i about giving us a musical! There very enjoyable evening. Practi- inch, able Wistaen stotk. Kisee, aw- = & R 0 ° » A . ¥ Ra & A ¥ R E $s
lubs are achievins e was certainly enough tential cally everyone who is interested rey a ee ir Birthdate _ of 4 =_
tandara. talent to choose from was in Theatre in Barbados was aie er rie Bae SERN GA GABAA ADA DS EMPIRE OLYMPIC _ ROXY ROYAL
> pre'- | Blore, actor,
Sa Tan . . quite an achievement, well done ent, I think this club was a much | AKAROA RRR nace Ee Last two ShoWS froday & Tomorrow Today & T eroy |, Last two show
QUEEN'S COLLEGE t on one Queen’s College needed want and it was nice to find | to-day 4.45 & 8.30 4.30 & TR a tee today 4,90. 0
the best concerts that I have be % $ somewhere to go and tale my Universal Present ai saautioag sy M ae 3
‘en in the West Indies, I under THE BARBADOS PLAYERS pleasant surroundings and not | MR PLANTER FRANCIS GOES ee Republic Whole | aL ia
tar er re ; ~ 7 . Ser.s oN a
and the re was a talent t opened their Green |} l worry about the bill! Pity that it is/ . SEA HORNET ; ee ant
rom the Barbados Players pre Friday night, Captain Raison and to be open on Wednesdays only | | TO WESTPOINT, with HAUNTED | SEVEN SINNERS
nines capieM NS ROR oes! gs Paci 2 ei. a| Rod CAMERON HARBOR | Starring
—e on a We recommend for your serious consideration JR". SSH! xy ane “hme | mae en
. ae R |
( ; | the famous isiie ROCK ISLAND Scenes | WO SO grt
S R ™“ His. lid-nite Wednesday] 4.30 & 890
DO, > MERRY XMAS | “Ore ‘and. latest 7 a TRAIL 24th (Xmas Eve) ty
r5 Ol | eae ese Mid-nite Wednesda Abbott & Costelio eee waaee. AIN
pod | - Midnite Wednesday (Xmas Ev in i and
, F ; I Wh le “th (X-mas Eve) |whole Serial IT AIN'T HAY [ARIZONA
. ° Republic AA MANHUNT
CJ or the O 42 B.H.P. Heavy Duty 6 cyl, Diesel Engine Whole Serial HAUNTED | Thursday & Frans
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TEDDY BEARS COMB SETS UNDERWEARS A XMAS DOUBLE
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7 i TEA SETS eehnes Other Massey-Harris Agricultural Equipment available includes — NO WAY OUT and PINKY
FAMMAS .
PRAMS eeweies GRASS MOWERS AND LOADERS Richard WIDMARK—Jean CRAIN--Ethel WATERS
Mo GARDEN SETS ener Sao RAKES Linda DARNEL— Bthel BARRYMORE
XMAS DPCORATIONS 1OES BRUSH SETS PEN MANURE LOADERS AND BAGASSE MANURE SPREADERS nnn
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veetenennennmennt

TUESDAY,

DECEMBER 23,

1952



New Finance System For Kenya:

“Consolidated Fund”
Will Be Recommended

LONDON.

Kenya may lead the Colonial Empire with something

new in internal finance as
pleted in London.

the result of talks just “com-

The Colony’s adviser-observer at the Commonwealth
Economic Conference, Treasury Secretary, Mr. Wilfred
Padley, came to London three weeks ago for discussions
with British Government financial experts.

And on the eve of the big con-
ference he told me of his plans to
recommend that Kenya adopt the

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: ” “ . , |
‘consolidated fund” system of of the unofficial majority in Legis- ; MuK
coping with government spending tive Council, the electorate would | CHOCOLATE
when he returns to Nairobi. have a more direct hand in con-

This system, although operated
by the Dominions, has until now
been looking on as too advanced
for colonies. So Kenya may be the
testing ground for the rest of the
Colonial Empire if the scheme is

partmental accounts ‘are adjusted
and presented
It would mean too that, because

trolling government spending.
The “consolidated fund” sys-
tem would carry with it another
important change in the Colony’s
financial set-up.
If the system were adopted in
its entirety, heads of Government

adopted. departments would be responsi-

But already Kenya has taken ple for keeping their own ac-
more advantage than the other sounts. And this decentralisation
colonies of decentralisation of

colonial control to push ahead its
financial system.

In effect the “consolidated fund”
system will mean that the consent
of the Legislative Council will
have to be sought before any Gov-
ernment Member can draw depart-
mental spending money.

As a result, the government
would know at any time exactly
how much money the colony had
in the bank, instead of, as at
present, having to wait nearly six
months before the respective de-



Aluminium





would mean greater financial re-
sponsibility for them than they
have at the moment.

But, despite its immediately ap-
parent advantages, the proposed
system would probably not mean
staff cutting. If anything it would
probably involve an increase in
accounting staff.

Mr. Padley, however, hopes to
be able to convince the Kenya
Government that the system would
more than pay for the extra staff
needed.

Sometime before his provisional
departure date, December 19, Mr.
Padley hopes to complete his re-
port on the proposed accounting
system. But he will have to fit
the work into his closely-knit pro-







PARTY

om PSs ets hal

CHILDREN of Bay Street were entertained at Woodside Gardens Thursday e
staged by pupils of Queen's College and later in the evening Santa Claus distributed gifts

‘Women’s Rich Strike Of Uranium

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; ‘ f rte strike of rich } . » starting } eae lt WY
* aiaiare Gatetiae Gee CAMMONS: . Over 100 children and. eome _ An impe rtant strike of rich uranium ore—the startir g | yi Mlb Cal shit iy
ompanies wealth Economic Conference. parents were entertained by the Point for all atomic weapons and atom-power projects— | MANA wd fale
X members of the Women’s Club has been made near Nkana, in Northern Rhodesia Hse i tab
1 Oo Help ( sovt gn Friday sfiemons at their Club This is disclosed by Dr. Charles F. Davidson, chief |
) e oom in oodside Gardens geologis . ss ) . ates |
. geologist of the Atomic Energy Division }
SEA AND AIR Several girls from Queen's Col- « 5 b ? \
LONDON. lege very willingly came along a> scohal ‘ Dr, Davidson goes no further,
Canadian and British Alumi- ¢ and gave a performance for them R.A.F . I ighters 1 > aeeseying that’ av'limited ton
nium companies will help launch wie te with the singing of , 5 A nage of high-grade uranium ore
the Empire's biggest ever individ- i a carol. ere were tap dancers, G er Mi * as been discovered by pros- "he yn earthworm is harmless in »oultry and poor production in the |
ual oranct tt £144 million ' and a clown who amused them et Guided } issiles yeetors The common ed " ; F m I Pt . \
Gold Coast Aluminium develop- at 7 and Pmt Reindeer, bean ; But anothe i Spore palleuss that itself, but it often acts as a ‘carrier’ of Treatment with 1novis’ is Ul
ment scheme. Z and little Valerie Cole’s singing Guided and unguided missiles ‘ieposit rivalling those of the he eggs of caccal worms and round way of preventing worm inte
In Carlisle Bay delighted them most of all. being developed for fighter aircraft ! i Congo may exist there, ne coe , : ‘Ph so P eis ; ce
The United Kingdom's blessing | t ; After games and lots of refvesh- Will show a sharp increase in cffi- I understand, worms, nenovis is Made in pows .
for the scheme, in principle, has ,,Schooners:— Franklyn D. R. Gita M.. ments, each child was given a gift ciency as weapons for Britain's de- | ‘Northern Rhodesia has long Once these worm-eggs pass into a mixing with the mash
been given in a White Paper pre- Emeline Hariet Whittaker, Sunshine R.. {rom the Christmas tree, and fence, Lord De L'Isle and Dudley, been rded as the most likely ’ ty ily develop Order from your Chemist or Agr
sented to Parliament. Britain is Marion Wolfe, Confident I. G., Marea left in a happy mood. V.C., Air Minister, said in Man- B h Colony to contain a high- bird's intestines, they rapidly develop, raer trom y« wet ORE
t t Henrietta, Lady Steadfast si hest l f int hrifti f Itural Meret
prepared to put Up a Maximum *Notor Vessels Clare, Cnesisr recently. iranium deposit of inter- ind may lead to unthriftiness in fattening cultural Merchant
: Motor Vessels:— Clara, Lady Joy y “ . . ” , as *
of £57 million. The aluminium ARetvALe Young Club I must not lift the veil far,” he ional significance’, Dr David-}
. : RIVALS aos |
companies — Aluminium Ltd, and — gen, Marion Belle Wolfe, 74 tons. from The women’s club although in added. : son writes. |
the British Aluminium Company British Gulana. under Captain Every. its infancy has been receiving The R.A.F. would be equipped There is some hope of the col- | ¢ 9 BRAND PHENOTHIAZINE
ine ~ j]- Consigned to the Schooner Owners’ As- pals for eae Ol t entirel h B I _ h I first =
are prepared to invest £48 mil a appeals for help from many most entirely with ritish de ving its fir uranium pre . . ‘=
lion, while the Gold Coast Gov- sch. Lady Steadfast, 56 tons, from st, Social welfare: organisations, and Signed and made airplanes duction plant soon.” The first ‘ DISPERSIBLE POWDER
ernment and private investors Lucia under Captain L. A. Marks. Con- the members have been pleased i We are pushing ahead the pro- ke of uranium-bearing rock TRADE MARK ‘
will contribute about £39 million, signed to the Schooner Owners’ Asso- to help wherever possible duction of the Valiant,” he said. made in a copper mine
ciation “E > “ > 1e , Seve, |
; F _ 2 ‘ aaa ' The club has as its leader ener- . Ve believe it will prove the finest | » . ‘ Bi
Before final approval is given Secaiiane Waser Bene gd er dey getic Mra. Scott, who in ouie e long-range high-flying bomber in ’y. Davidson's report reveals | A Product OF Imperial Chemical
to the scheme a Preparatory Com- Consigned to the Schooner Owners’ As) her many household duties finds the world. Coming along is the that the Empire now has the
mission is to examine in detail cer- soaiation. : eile ; i time to help with tmhany ‘orean: Delta-wing Vulcan bomber.” world’s biggest supplies of uran-| (Pharmaceuticals) i ad
i so yercome. Sch. Sunshine ; tons, from Gren- - : . ane | 4
tain problems still to be overcome. . i'l ger Captain P. Joseph, Consigned isations, Sir Roy Dobson, managing direc- : : a
oy 4 , . * son, anag - The importance of the ows}
i sntisfact bs aaa . is '° the Schooner Owners’ Association —_- et RY Roe : ye iT
Once a satisfactory report '!8 ‘seh. Marea Henrietta, 52 tons, from Sex debate bates ti or of / - Roe's, manufacturers grade ores of, South Africa, of}
received from the commission st. Lucia under Captain A. Selby. A. Antonnetti_ Cc Valer R” Blue, FP. Of the Vulcan, said the plane could jy, high-grade mines in Canada, | ston
it is proposed to go ahead with Constened to the Schooner Owners’ As- Greenidge, I.. Johnson, A. Jeflrey, H fiy fully snpded gd Taek, loam and of virgin properties in
the scheme which may take a ite DEPARTURES Robertson, E. Pile, M. Johnson, A. up, return to Britain, then fly back tralian and Rhpdesia transeends
about 20 years before it reaches MV. Caribbee for Dominica Giegn 5. ing, Wwe Catlin C Chaverri, again to New York—all_ in the that of most discoveries — else- 6b §
the target production of 210,000 ; B, Frearson, R, Fernarides,. ©, Bynock S2me day. -L.E.S. yhere,” Dr, Davidson reports
tons a year. It is hoped that peo Seawell N. Bynoe, C. Maynew C Gtawtord, P Pika: venabae pbtertiilly Tevatl
Seen woud Tee es Ge Ma View Albigtietee. it” DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA. C01. INDEX ble from all deposi lready
Known reserves on the yOlC H. Faleris T Bs for R ve. 3S t For St. Lucia—Dec, ® Dit omnrEr ( i he orkable at real-
Coast of bauxite — the raw ,M. Pilgrim, jarker, Ramsay, C. Lawe yz. Alexander, P. Alexander, P. Alexan- FIGURE STEAD) tic costs greatly exceeds th 5 :
material from which aluminium From Venesucla—Dee. 20 der 7 THE cost of livi index figure | ene latent in the world’s de- > P rp
: m * +105 ha For Martinique—Pec, 20 » Cost OF living index figure ches . . oe 4 " 7 4
is produced — exceed 200 million While atte E. eat the - Wilkie 2 C. Deleuze, F. Husson, D. Me Cor-> for last month remained steady at | posits of coal and oil, The polit- [ 4
tons. 1K ; Marcotulll, F. Martectulll, BD Patterson, muck, F.. ts Avene. > 310 points, showing no increase jical stature of the Dominion has
The U.K. it is pointed Out 3. Patterson, W. Butorac, E. Butorac. D. p Rice Cue 1 over the previous manth. This|b een heightened by these
would be the natural market for Hatch, T. ‘Thatcher, L. Prommik, F. Min- yijeg PORTO, S4- PADPA figure represents an overall in- | succe
most of the Gold Coast metal but lon, C. Herrera, W. Kulka, O. Gedrich, For Venezuela—Dee, 20 crease of 210.02 per cent, on all —L.E.S,
D. Jackson, H. Jackson, R. Jackson, F ?
the smelter company would be rian, M. Laffan, C. Hamilton, B. Floyd. ,N,,,Herrada, T. Friend, S- Friend. A- items, and an increase of 193.88 "
under obligation for 30 years R° Floyd, E. Ritter, G. Ritter, A. Divo I, Keee'rels, P. Kegerreis, A. Johnston, 00 ont food only, since Sep-
from initial production to offer Divo, L Bourne, P. Dupouy, B. Dupouy, P. ©, Johnston, E. | Sugar EB. Guger, V “a be F 1939 oP ei Se
i nn Ade > + *+<° Sugar, L. Mc Fadden ember, .
U.K, buyers not less than 70% Dupouy, M. Dupouy, E. Dupouy, S S. Bacon, D. Bacon, S. Bacon, D a
" J Lugo, M. Lugo, V Lugo, L. Lugo P : 1
of the metal produced. This ;“®% Bacon
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BARBADOS wif ADVOCATE

Bein Dic tft Pema oe core Rnview al

‘wineed @y the Adweoate Oo. Ftd. Bread

Tuesday, December 23, 1952

MORE HOLIDAY
NOBODY extra holidays
especially around Christmas time when
the spirit of and goodwill is
more prevalent than at other times of ihe
year. But it would be interesting to know
what percentage of the population bene-
fits most from the last minute decision of
the @@#eernment to add Saturday, Decem-
ber 27th to the holidays of Christmas,
Boxing Day and Sunday, December 28th
The answer would at first sight appear to
be those who obtain overtime rates for
work on that day,

If as Mr. J. O. Tudor pointed out during
a diseussion by the Couneil of the Cham-
ber of Commerce last week “the small
country shops would open” in any case it
cannot be argued that the privileges of
having December 27th declared a public
holiday will in fact be shared by everyone.
Work will apparently be the order of the
day for small country shops and because
Saturday is the day before Sunday the
small country shops can be expected to
remain open late into the night. The
masses, to employ Mr, Tudor's expression,
are not going to suffer any inconvenience
beeause of the extra holiday fog the reason
that the small country shop-keepers will
be anxious and ready to meet their shop
ping requirements that day. The minority
will however suffer much inconvemence
because the shops in the city will be legal-
ly closed on the only day which was avail-
able for restocking their week-end larders

and ice-boxes or refrigerators. Because
Saturday has been declared a holiday Sun-
day’s bread will either have to be baked
on Wednesday or overtime rates will have
to be paid while Monday's bread will have
to be baked om Sunday night or it will be
more stale-still, The difficulties which the
additional public holiday has created for
the baking industry are greater still for
the supphers of meat. e majority of
the island's meat is kept on ice and only
some householders are equipped with re-
frigerating appliances large enough to
stock the meat supplies of one family
from Wednesday to Sunday. If the house-
holder experiences storage diffleulties be-
cause of the extra holiday the government



Hridgetown

objects to

rejoicing

refrigerators capable of storing the large

uantities of meat that are consumed by
then during a period of five mights. The
obviows inference is that the supply of
meat to these institutions will have to be
made on Saturday im any case.

Nobody as was said above objects to
extra holidays but it is by no means clear
that December 27th will in fact be a holi-
day for.amere than a certain number of
persons many of whom would probably
have been given a holiday om that day by
the voluntary action of some employers.

What is clear is that a great many
people will be incenvenienced by the loss
of a shopping day which would have been
more appreciated because the following
Thursday is also a public holiday. Had
the government intended to declare Sat-
urday 27th December a public holiday
they could have avoided a great deal of in
convenience to many people by giving at
least a month’s notice of their intention.
Householders might then have been able
to avoid the last minute rush and prepara-
tions caused by the unexpectedly long
Christmas holiday.

Besides the inconvenience and difficul-
ties caused by the declaration of an extra
public holiday the government's action
will hardly lend weight to those who are
trying to educate the people of this island
im the basic facts of economics. The less
the island produces the less it earns, This
means that the more days on which
wages are paid without any productive
work being done the lower the national
inceme will be. Im an islam@ in which
great latitude is shown by employers
with regard to hours worked and in which
the evidence of absenteeism from work is
high im several oc tienms the very large
number of — holidays (mot to men-
tion halfsholidays for races, exhibitions

and cricket) cannot but deduct consider
ably from the output and earnings
workers while the policy of overtime and
special overtime rates add further bur-
dens to the taxpayers.



Barbados is a tropical island and one
does mot expect from tropical islands
those bursts of energy and initiative



which characterise inhabitants of more
temperate countries. The attachment to {
dolce far niente as an expression of living |
im the tropics can be sympathetically un- |
dersteed > but what be counten-
anced is the idea that one car be attached
to the principle

aving nothing while
expecting the fri hard werk,

cannot






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holiday island already has the
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

LONDON LETTER

LONDON By Beverley Baxter M.P. telephone. The, line is dead.

Those whom the gods love die This winter 1 shall make my
young That truth ; was uttered or, being a youngish man, wisely Usual pilgrimage to America and
in the days of ancient Greece used the microphone. Churchill will stay for a few days in Ja-
and has been quoted throughout spoke maica with my old friend, Lord

; ; towards it but that was all e
the centuries, The accepted mean The yvibrance of his voice would Beaverbrook. How will my 73-
ine ois that the gods in their have filled any hail without ad- year-old host behave? I cannot
fastidiousness take young people yentitious aid. say for I have only known him
from this world to Valhalla, Can we then begin to discover for thirty-three” years.
perhaps to give radiance to thelr some quality which is character- . But this is certain, On
temples istic of all these men that I have the way to in the gentle
Yet there are philosophers who menticngd? In Chufchill, Lloyd Waters of “go Bay we shall

contend that the Greeks meant George and Samuel there is to ferceely de the political situ-
something quite different, be found merriment, recklessness “00D of im .or argue about
Surely,” they say, “there can and even a suggestion of bravado "ewspapers until he is met by his
be only one meaning to those and defiance. This does not apply Secretary who will hand him the
words that thase whom the however te John Simon who has pa messages from his editors in
sods love die young, no matter Wweated everything, including the There will also be

years, with a dignified respect. Rewspapers from London and he

Just before his 80th birthday 1 One might think that there is Will sit in the sun and roar loud
tunched at his country house Something about politica) life rain Sh & Beet piece of writing
with Lioyd George, for it is’ im. Which keeps men alert, physical- or curse the failure - +2 —
possible to write or think of him ly and mentally, beyond their con- gh oy Stabe ‘itla he will
as Earl Lloyd George, Almost temporariés, Certainly politicians sit cotare 7. disteahene and
the only sign of old age was that live an irregular life which may deliver wine s ceeaemalie on the
his most vivid memories were of postpone the hardening of the newspapers he has studied, Then
the personalities in the 1914 war arteries, but they are not the only ons i from him in a 3
instead of the Hitler war which Sxponerite Ot “VINESDe SY Sah pe

been ; torrent. If I am in the room he
had opened with such sluggish- tt bas — argued that’ lack is very likely to say to the dicta-
4 ce eee _. Of exercise is a great preservative eae
ness. His wit was as caustic 4S ang conserver of energy. But is Phone: Mr, Baxter should go to
when it riddled the Tories in the - He always writes better
lush old days; his quality of mer-

at what age death comes.”

5 Russia.
that true? The 85-year-old Tos- r a ”
canini turned up not long ago at when he is travelling.” Or equal

ren still made his eyes sparkle. the Festival Hall, rehearsed the iy ne eee a ores
and there was Welsh music in orchestra for three hours and then 2 ce anand he
his voice, On the wall was an «4 “te what I think of his article on the

conducted them at night. Roughly tories because he is sitting here

attractive Mediterranean painting , ; say
; peaking I would say that the with me.”
and 1 asked the name of the strain of such a day would be He is stilyan urchin blowing
artist. “Oh, he he’s a promising the equivalent of three rounds of peas at top hats
young fellow,” said L. G: with a golf on a championship course. As His newspapers are rich and
twinkle in his eyes. “You ought for that irresistible gamin, Sir powerful, like himself, but he stil)
to get to Know him, His name ts Thomas Beecham, who is a mere yetains that feeling of the born
Winston Churchill.” 73 and has yet to attain the calm publisher who insists that every
When he came out to the ter- of maturity, he would think no- gay’s issue is either a triumph
race to say goodbye his face thing of conducting Gotterdam- or a disaster, If at times he rears
serious and his voice merung from 5.30 to 11 p.m. with jixe Caliban he is far more often
took on a harsh imperious note perhaps an hour off for supper. the ageless Puck.
“I don't like this phoney war,” It is true that nature has made pe plays no more games, either
he said. “We have not yet got its protest by giving Beecham o¢ cards or golf, but he plays the
to grips with the enemy. We gout but even it temporarily dis- game of life as if the prizes have
should impose our will on him.” &Ppears under the mesmerism of yet to be won Some times I
It was the last time I saw him, Wagner's music. have thought that he creates diffi.
for a little later the gods decided Therefore I think we have now cylties sO that he can overcome
that they needed his youthful Swâ„¢moned sufficient evidence to them. But when the time comes
spirit. He was eighty 3 agree on ane or two conclusions. for me to leave Montego Bay and

became



years of

‘ i ; or exe le, can Toscanini return to London I shall fee! like

a but he died , Why, for examp e co t

pare are detr Fong oe and Beecham ‘hurl themselves at one who has taken a refresher

that be died tea mune yan his an orchestra for hours at a time course in an intellectual gym-
= Po S without collapsing from fatigue? nasium. Some day the twilight

oars. The answer must be that music, will come ang after that the night,

plus the excitement of conducting but until them Beaverbrook will
weeks ag0 tO inculates the body from the mind. wrestle with life like a cham-
birthday of ym other words—at least I have pion who rejoices in his strength
bEeN heen assured that it is so—a mus- and in his skil
House of ote does not tire until the brain But we must, not imagine that
Lords for a number of years. On sends it a message to that effect. this gift of youthful old age is
this occasion the great 8@-year- An idle mind that is not occupied confined to men or to those who
old Lerd (John) Simon made a must do something so it suggests are sustained by the ambrosia of
witty speech but it was nothing to the art that it is in bad shape, success. As a member of Parlia-
to the gaiety and sparkle of or tells the stomach that it is ment I went the other Saturday

There was a great celebration
in London a few

celebrate the 82nd
Viscount Samuel who has

Lideral Leader in the
















Samuel's reply. overdoing things, or even con- to pay respects to ome of my

Did he, Samuel, plead long vinces itself that it is overworked. female constituents who was
political service (for he was in You cannot be a really good hy- celebrating her centenary. The
the Commons before oir unless you have lots Mayor also came but was she im-



to pochondr "
and time to think about pressed by this visitation of offi-







the Upper House) and tid he ats :

wax sentimental or indulge in yo and such is the power cialdom? If the M P. and the

the luxury of memories?’ He did of ever matter that it can Mayor ae 7 — ¥ sae “

nor - % ee is ereate that which it imagines to Rot mind, but she knew quite we
hm Of these things. He Gashed ° P . that they could not steal the lime-

: the mr . 3 light from her.

scene of today and made sport of The scoffer may reply that I am a :

it. The past was for okter men ding nothing more than redis- . Five Gaughters, ranging | trom

than him. covering Coue who advised us to ‘2 to years of age. looked

y after her with the care that the
now to the old.
daughters
hildren

- Bver jay in every way
summed Lloyd S&y: Every day ¥ way ane
other side of STOW better amd better.” That qoveg, sews. |
. charge is not true. To think con- Grandsons, §

7 . r , great-great-grand
ly about your good health is 21°... “the house.

With the instincts of the report.
er I asked for the secret of her
long life and good health. “Live

IT have not
George from the
the River Styx or Sammel from
the .Upper House merely as
veterans who defied the Psalmist
i want to Know what it i that

gave to them this tenacity of the
7 os at all except as am imstrument to re
> ; r in London,” s! nswered, a litth
years. An ef us who are. Of » oe the soul and serve the mind. » Lond he ans , a L e
# read which starts at a point of me to a problem numpblingty, with obvious
wom oe PO iy 7 . ide “Neve been out of Lon-
0 en be m are jOUFMEYIME OP inet confronts so many men of ¥ a “ a che Lom
no return. There is no turning potare vears today the 202 in m ife. Never wanted
back. There is indeed ne pause ee eae ee “ae to be.”

Rich and peor. sick and problem of leisure. Insurance €X- “ aithough the Mayor and I had
, i pects tell us that retired admirals ae tae a ae \
male and female oa te go. the party went on for
words of the old nermally have a brief life after pours the climax being reached

ee: See retireme: They have lived a¢- when a telegt
tively 2 healthily but
never been trained for imactiom. gay the old
The will to hive x t be founded
he desire to live, and the de-
te live must be based on t
epen to the mind
Shaw owned 2
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At least that is what we should
say, for it is tree, i
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Yet how can we



















body and
games but the burning Same of
his mind kept him alive until be expanding
when

with which
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new day?

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wes over ninety
of his. worn
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etumes I feel that life is ike © a.

telephone. The cursed thing Mulock. ht was 2
gs when ome is in the beth or ™™ m Canada f
having am important talk or SF De eve of
~~ to complete some task We Sad bad a ¢
& the clock. We curse it for 2°¢ "uch te Mulock’s ¢

and
mg the weary



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maimtaiming good health? It may 32 mannered intruder—a vis- ==" the others went

be so. Certainly be takes mo ex- R0rtbat does not even knock, 22066 cltver otiock. So we sat up
ercise beyond walking from but bursts upem cur privacy Sagetier amc I asked him also for
Downing Street to the Houses of But the telephone that never “= S*o7S* 3
Parliament Is be abstemious? rings! There it squats im its fum-~ «. always get a bamg out of



Last winter when I lunched with eral black like a mute by the ri sae

him on the Queen Mary he smok- graveside. Its very dumbness is Swe Aad beter







; . ~ end cur v sut how to TW
ed three cigars amd was two More strident than the loudest op > — ae 32 ee
orandies me when we Gn- 23nd mest irritating ring ‘ ——— 5 >

: ta j arena ; tend that Eur m
ally When the questing mind bas scung in heart a. ae



% ago | went to the Lord lost its curiosity, when the semse jc ; a }
4 ¥. ec the preference t gocs
or’s Inaugural Banquet at vast of adventure has left the veins, and not on : those Pn “aed ; a
i where, by tradiien, the when music and great argument cyt of by am untimely a }
“ster of the day speaks no longer simulate Them the spring-time of ther | eee



































LITTLE STR ATOM IS 10

(From HENRY LOWRIE

|

~

DECEMBER 23, 1952

ee

SCOTCH WHISKY
1 types at every price are

TUESDAY,













JUST sECELV Ev:—
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|scientists lighted the first atomic furnace,

t
|} THE
NEW. YORK. {
THE fiery atom—tiniest thing in the uni-
verse, yet so powerful that it shadows every
|man’s mind—celebrated its tenth birthday ;
|this month,
| There was a big party at this potent
midget’s birthplace, which is, appropriately
|enough, Chicago.
At 9.25 p.m. on December 2, 1942, the atom



jor pile as. they call it now. They lit it on a
| squash rackets court underneath the foot-
}ball stadium at Chicago University.

AT THAT MOMENT the atomic age be-
gan, From then the scientists knew they
‘could make the atom bomb.

Professor Enrico Fermi and his men were
|in a race with Hitler's scientists. They had
secret information that the Germans were
ahead,

But one of the German scientists—Hitler
jfmade him a scientific fuehrer—had pet
theories and these went wrong.

| The American team followed the right}’
trail, Jubilantly, they brought out a bottle
of Chianti and drank toasts.
| Now Professor Fermi
‘solemn,

| For the thing weighing most heavily on
jthe atom men is this great question—

How can we control the new power for
man’s benefit instead of his destruction?

| A NEW TELEPHONE line is going up be-
tween New York and Philadelphia, 93 miles
away. Over this cable, made up of pencil-
size copper tubes, 1,800 telephone conversa-
| tions will be able to go each way simultane-
lously, Or 600 phone chats and a TV pro-

gramme each way.






is much more

DO WOMEN SAY this is true or false? “A|| :
‘married woman’s greatest interest is her||} New Nylons —
\child. Her greatest problem is her husband et or
| Her greatest desire is for her own develop- | White oe elke
ment apart from husband and child”—au- 36 in wide
ithoress Nancy Hale. One of her books is at $4.37

entitled “Prodigal Women.”

| SINCE General Eisenhower's election,
jtrades unions have been calling off strikes.
Most have been settled substantially on the
|managements’ terms.

| But in Hollywood the queerest strike oi
jal started. The Screen Actors’ Guild order-
jed its 8.500 members not to make any more
|TV commercial films,

On America’s privately owned TV sleek
| actresses smoke the best cigarettes. Polishea
| gentlemen drink the finest whisky.
| Making “commercials,” as these advertise-
ments are called, has grown into a wealthy
industry. The actors want more of this
; wealth. They demand a fee each time their
}“commercial” appears, not just one payment
}when they make it.

TO STOP the death toll on highways—
higher than the frort-lime death toll in
Korea—Chief Magistrate John Murtagh re-
commends fingerprinting all drivers. He}|
wants frequent eye and night vision tests for
testing drunken drivers.

A Bill is to be introduced in Congress for
(an adaptation of the British L for Learners

system. Cars driven by teenagers will have
a red circle on the licence plates.

NEW YORK is going to build an Olympia
|holding more than 18,000 people Principal
use—industrial amg trade shows. The semi-
circular building on Columbus Circle, the
, Orators’ Curner of New York, will not have
ome window. Business men inside wilt not
be disturbed by the soapbox orators outside.
| THE “best on the B.B.C.” is going on my








|

jtadioe. New York Station” WNBC will pre-
|Semt a three-hour programme of B.B.C.

| “hits” each Saturday afternoon in January.
Sample bests—a theatre talk by Christo-
pher Fry; “The Beggar's Opera” and a
(Shakespeare play from the Third Pro.
gramme; Fry’s play, “The Lady’s Not For
Burning,” from the Home Programme.
CORONATION BOXES of British biscuits =—
go on sale in New York soon. They show 2



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SIR, ly allow me space Our Annual Treat for the child. number of prizes Fo TH cooD
im your columns to acknewledge ren will take place at Graves End From money te music Could ee ae - “2 :
the following: ~~“ @onations in Beach on Dec, 30, and the Old the Band stand be moved nearer THINGS.
resperse %@ our appeal. People’s Treat will be held the the pubiie stands? At present
Bi. “ ¢. pext day. most of the music is dissipated on | e f CIAL
i. B the Ag. Governer 2.50 Gatts er donations may be sent the desert air, which oo ny = i W SPEED RECORD SPE s STOCK UP ON
Dr. Sir John Saint 3.00 to the President. Mr. H Bisck~ is toe good to be wasted = —,
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THEIR HONOURS Mr. H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H. See ry
Hanschell in the Assistant Court of Appeal yesterday sen ae eet
back to be re-heard and re-determined by Mr. C. L Wal- fee . athttanss ee Mears
wyn, Police Magistrate of District “B”, the case in which goods one a ais ye ind 17
Joseph Hall of Railway Road, St. "ates was charged ‘ of lumb -* " Captair
with driving a motor van at over 37 miles per hour on Ordahn is in command of the
Boarded Hall Road on April 23. ae ar pe sonearaad:

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Mr. Walwyn had dismissed on 29-year-old Rita Harris of Road
its merits the case which was View, St. Peter, will be held to-
brought by the Police after Sgt. day at 10.30 a.m. before His Wor-

* Henderson had pointed out that a sh p Mr. G. B. Griffin, Acting
mistake was made on the c narge Pclice Coroner of District “A”
as to the speed. ) Harris died at the Gener 1 Hos-

After Mr. Walwyn had _ given pital on December 21 after she
his _caaheren: the Police appealed imitted there about 8.30 p.m
cpl. "i, Jones attached to the O8,December 20, suffering from

a. I. S attache oO n€ axtensive bur e skin she
Traffic Branch at Central Police eran — hw i ae ee
Station told the court that while Pet a “ og oe Mi a =e
Police Constable 349 Lashley ana Peter: W es mee OIF
he were on duty along Boarded Cue Pees, Mnetimn. SxeTenation

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it appeared 6 oy ae o oe x — oe PICTURE SHOWS a section of Fair Factory St. Lucy where a t Only Scotland, traditional home of fine tobaccos, could
at fast rate. Hall was the driver ; Shortly after 8.30 a.m. yester- electric motors are being installed. Th motors are expected to in Ele | cask M t * ARRIVALS FROM ST ‘ Produce Four Square. Only in Four Square tobaccos
anda check with the stop watches GAY an accident Cocured on Roe" crease the factory's output. AECUIC NLOLOI eee ee. | will you find selected leaf, blended with skill handed
showed that the car was |} BUCK Srrect, Sx. micnae) betwee: ‘wo schoone

Raver atuees an om a oe the motor lorry M 1501 owned by kor Fairfield ‘ bere arrived from Ss down by successive generations for over 140 years.

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y tthe Peay e a ates t Marea Henrietta and th« 4
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y is has ‘ o i ; aman cargo of the Lady Steadfast
for vans is 20 miles per hour. and a hievele ridden by Bernard go of t
Asked by the court if he gave Chorles of Pickwick Gap, St. Mi- of copra, bags of TOBA ¢ cos

evidence on his behalf or if his chae Electric motors are being in- “:'oWroot, 22 bags of cocoanuts

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put up a defence. John, yesterday pleaded guilty i ; of charcoal 13 bags of cocoa
PUT N before, His Worship Mr. C. L. = ee eae rN or c 3 C Wath as ; a. nuts, 27 packages of fresh fruit
et Walwyn, Police Magistrate of Dis- THE PLAYING FIELDS COMM"TTEE of St. George The liment sieMt- sa coe vidio tee Mall coho
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‘ His Wor hip Mr. E. A. McLeod, trict “B" of stealing a quantity of made arrangements yesterday to draft an extensive pro- ur . O'Brie i. . os 3 re consigned to the Sc hooner |
Police Magistrate of District “A” corn from Staple Grove Planta~ gramme for the Community Centre at Ellerton. The gioccy alternator act will. als baa bl se Me alles hea L E Y R A N F 0 h D
i yesterday placed Clifton Reid of tion, Christ Church on October 19. meeting was held at the centre Rnstalied: shortly ; gate
€ Bush Hall, St. Michael on a bond _ He was ordered to pay a fine of vole eee t a fous etd: shia CARGO BY LADY JOY
for six months in the sum of £5 £4 in 21 days or two months im- Recommendations for this programme were put for- | Fad aia dia. - a
‘ for stealing a bundle of shingles prisonment with hard labour. Cpl. ward by Rev. R. Russell who recently took up duties at qo ¢ring 26 + he motor ve sel Lady Joy was A delicious assortment
& from Seibert Waterman of Bank Bennett of District “B” prosecuted §t. Luke’s Church. Members present were Mr. W. A. hour. It he Snctiar arcivel rons Me tneis choc ;
ry Hall. for the Police. , . ‘Ine : : x NA . ; : ’ pile terday. Her cargo included of wrapped ¢ hocolates
. i Yearwood, Chairman, Mr. H. H. Goring, Mr. S. H. A. new equip ‘ f nother shinment-of 600: base of
. The offence was committed on Douglas. Mr. L. C; Moore and*Rev. Russell nd 28 t hour not : Ik ) ¢ bags o
November 23. Sgt. E. King, at- ee cee lee BAGS, NIE, 1s ie , 1 ’ During year the factory , rook a oon of charcoal, 41 Made in England by
tached to the Central Police Sta- = os. Mr, Yearwood said that they The Committee decided to house wa tended in order to OUncnes of fresh fruit and 14 bags A, J. Caley Limited, Norwich
tion prosecuted for the Police. Coronation were trying to get away from the built a stage, purchase a clock, accommodate the new preheater,” (ygoe cont ir tees bia 4s ree :
: O/s FOR LOITERING idea of using the Community tustal a terepnor and have «4 ynoth vessel for the ev wating yaay 7 ep Ww. ‘arsons, the
? iting ene . \ . Centre only as a dance hall, He bulletin board and piano Jant. This preheater was bought oy" | eae . thes sien dl to the
“Tn the Ass.stant ‘Court of Appeal alr iove said that they wanted it to be run Ph followin organisations jn Trinidad re on SPOCLETION
is yesterday Their Honours Mr. H. properly so that it would be of AS be able to es use of the : ike hie aa : _ .. COCOANUTS FROM DOMINICA
A. Veugnan and Mr. A. J. H. Han- LONDON. Dec. 22 greater use to the parishioners. Hall; St. George Women's Inst ih ue i Sonne
Schell fined 34-year-old Herman yjtain’s historic Coronation The Committee decided to have e@ on Wednesdays for fancy ®xperted to-arrive in tne island Also arriving in Carlisle Bay
Rollins of Mount Hill, St. George, Chair and Stone of Scone have 2 library at the Centre. In this work and needlecraft and Mondays ¢ ly n J nee vecterday was the schooner
10/- for loitering in a yam field feen moved from the Chapel of ©OMnect.on one member said that @nd Fridays for outdoor activities Fairfield wit ery. ‘din& Confident 1G. which arrived from
near Mount Hill road, on October Rqward the Confessor in West- he would approach Miss Betty fiamiec Club for drama, folk canes about the end of January pominica |
es 29, with intent to commit a felony. minster Abbey to another part of Grillith of the Public Library and dancing and choral activities Peg nG ts 8. eae ad that the fac 1,500 cocoanuts formed the}
Their Honours confirmed the the @athedral. The Dean of West- set her permission and assistance, “onda and Fridays; a *rton vill be working for about 15 main item of cargo. The schooner
be decision of His Worship Mr. C. L. minster said the “move was made Three people offered their Community Choir on Tuesdays week also brought 405 bags of copra, 20( |
Walwyn, Police Magistrate of D's- as part of preparations for th# services to act as librarians, These nd Thursdays We do not expect to have as wallaba posts and a shipment of
e trict “B”. Rollins had appealed Coronation. Slight repairs have pames will be submitted to Miss , The Committee also hopes to |! GEN Ome Las year owing tO firewood. Master of the Confident
; against Mr. Walwyn’s decision. been made to the chair and we are Griffith for her approval, nave an evening in titute and es Sire ion of the canes due to LG. is Captain J. Flemming and
Yesterday he wes ordered to pay clearing up that part of the The Committee is also hoping TUM 4 Welfare Clinic for the bene- the weather”, an) overseer told ar he is consigned to the Schooner
the costs of appeal which amount- Abbey.”—(CP) to stage an art exhibition as soon of mothers and children of the Advocate reporter Owners’ Association
ed to 9/8. as possible. The paintings and PaTish ; ;
Cpl. Walters of District “B” , drawin s will be collected and , {t is hoped that the Visual Aids
Police Station said that while he Mason-Contractor put on show, The Committee will Section of the Department of POCKET CARTOON Ven of ‘sei on C : 1 1
was passing near Mount Hill road, . Th h later purchase the best paintings Cducation will show educational by OSBERT LANCASTER City Stor es Crowdet
he saw Rollins in a yam field. rou. to decorate the Hall, films monthly, Rules will also be ‘ nd ‘ |
When he approached Rollins to Passes ug It was also suggested that a “rafted for the Centre, With Shoppers |
ask him what he was doing in the SEAWELL, Dec. 22: Thomas bicycle shed should be erected The majority of the sug stions z
field, he ran away. It was about Cockburn, a mason contractor and trees planted to beautity the WE re put for ward by Mr, Gollop, CHRISTMAS shoppers continue |
1.35 a.m. on October 29, — , who has’ just completed three area. In this connection the Com- District Welfare Officer to crowd the city shops, especially
Set. Henderson of District “B” years in St. Lucia working for mittee is going to approach Miss rocery shops, Some provisidns |
prosecuted for the Police. Messrs. Holland Hannen and Nell Manning and _ get her res had to close at intervals | z=
INQUEST TO- “DAY Cubitts in the rebuilding of suggestions. B. W oI.A. Ope rate ‘ ig the day so great were the i on i INES i EN
ee Castries, passed through here Part of the field will be crowd ,
The inquest into the circum- by B.W.LA. on his way back to Jevelled and a flag pole erected in Special F lights Pi ai Usa RY
stances surrounding the death of Trinidad. time for the Coronation 5 Beside people from the country " °
' B.W.LA. operated two special Venezuelan and Canadian visitors “Shalimar” “L’Heure Bleu” “Mitzouko” by Guerlain
e 9 ts fro Caracas to Barbado elped swell erday’s crowd “Femme” “Mousseline” “Moustache” by Marcel Rochas
] ren S ro ramnie t i yar on Saturday in addition to thei Along all the main city street “Joy” “Moment Supreme” “Amour Amour” by Jean Paton
egular flight, bringing in a total t j wa heay Pedestrians “Shocking” by Sehiaparetti {
5 . of 54 passengers. ree the sidewalks and over “Crepe de Chine” by Millot
Over 300 juvenile members of School Glee Club attended and Prizes were given for the Quizz B.W.LA. will also operate two ed into the road, “Je Reviens” “Dans la Nuit” by Worth s Q
the Public Library took part rendered a number of Christmas Competitions which Were taken cial flights for the Trinidad All bu coming into town “Bellodgia “Plours de Rocaille” ‘4 Nuit de Noel’
in the Special Christmas Hour songs much to the delight of the from the many books to be found R ces. One will leave Dor < full and many would-be “French Can Can “Le Tabac Blond” by Caron th
Programme arranged for them other children. Other children in this department of the 24 and the other on Dex pa gers were left at bus stops “Canasta” by eee : ,
yesterday afternoon. recited. Library. Most of local turfite ait for the next one.” ‘ ae Tris Gris by Jacques Fath
The Police Band and play were be leaving on Dec. 25 and 26 ne D a oe oT hae J )
excluded from this year’s pro- The reading room was suitably Mrs. Marjorie Callender, took The on ae te 45) ee Hard worked shop assistants eer Morama by Christian Dior "}
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St. Winifred’s

Old Girls Render Workin g Men Association

Great Assistance

Prize—"Day at St. Winifred’s
School took place on Dec, 16. The
Headniigtress Miss J. C. Seale in
her said thar thanks to the
efforts.of the Old Girls’ Associa-
tion and. the nevosity of mer
chants" and other friends of the
echool the debt on the school
buildings was being rapidly re-
duced. It was owing to Old Girls’
efforts that the school was starting
a Commercia) Class next term.
Two typewriters, three office desks,
together with a duplicator and
cabinet, had all been provided out
of part of the proceeds of’ the
Fair held at the school last Oc-
tober; a third typewriter had been
given by a Bridgetown firm. Miss
Croney was joining the staff next
term to teach Shorthand and
Typing, and her salary was be-
ing provided by the Old Girls
Association.

Old Girls had come to the as-
sistance of the school «heb it was
hort staffed and other old girls
ere giving valueble help with

the Guides and brown ) an-
swer to an appeal fo: p last
year Mrs, McKenzie i come

forward. to assist Mrs. Skinner
and the school was mst grateful
for this help.

A number of Old Girls had
given Prizes for which the school
was most grateful in these days
of expensive books; and continued
Miss Seale “we also wish to thank
other kind donors whose names
are on the programme.”

Mr. Clifton Wright, besides
giving a prize for good sportsman-
ship had presented her with a
most comfortable swivel chair for
which she blessed him daily: he
had also given a Tennis net for
the second lawn which would be
ready for use next term. A net-
ball field was also being prepared
thanks to the generosity of a
friend of the schook and she hoped
that that too would be in use next
term,

The seholastic work of the
school had been she felt success-
fully carried on during the past
year. Eight girls entered for the
Oxford and Cambridge Joint Board
General Certificate of Education
last July. Betline Manning passed
in seven subjects Patience Sumner
—Moore in six, Maisie Every and
Joan King in five and Anne Bynoe
and Helen McChlery jn four. Six
out of the eight girls passed in
Mathematics. Miss Barker, the art
tajstress was doing valuable work.
All the girls she had entered for
the General Certificate had passed.
She was making great efforts to
infuse her own enthusiasm into
her classes. Some of the work
done by her pupils this term
could be seen on the way to the
library. It was Miss Barker who
had painted those realistic sea-
horses on the “coat-of-arms” of
Barbados.

number of staff changes that had
taken place during the past year.
Miss Minnie Ince had retired after
thirty years of faithful service
Miss Cowper had resigned to re-
turn to Jamaica. A French lady
Mrs. Hinds Howell, had taken her
place, Miss Parker, a school teacher
who was on holiday in Barbados
came to the school for two terms,
until the time came for her to re-
turn tothe school in England
where she worked. Mrs. Warren
and Mrs. Evelyn had left for more
remunerative posts in town. Mrs.
Warren’s place had been taken by
Mrs. Dennis Worme.

Miss Garvie, a graduate with a
teaching diploma, joined the staff
last January teaching Geography,
English and Spanish in the senior
forms. Since her arrival she has
re-arranged and catalogued the
books in the library adding a num-
ber of interesting new books to
the school» collection as well as
several reference books. Some 24
magazines and Papers were avail-
able for the girls, and a special
corner with story books for the
Preparatory children had been

added.

Visitors were invited to visit
the extended library before leav-



Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson distributed
the prizes. During the afternoon
he and the headmistress were
each presented with a bouquet
of flowers.

The entertainment reflected the
influence of Coronation Year, After
the singing of the School Song,
“Jerusalem,” there was a_ playlet
which told the story of Princess
Rosebud’s marriage with the Snap
Dragon in order to save her father’s
city from destruction. This was
acted by nine of the babies of the
school, all of whom looked most
aitractive in their flower costumes
It was followed by an historical
pageant, “Glimpses of England’s
Elizabeths.” First came a short
scene portraying the meeting of
Edward IV with the fascinating
young widow, Elizabeth Grey,
whom he married a few months
later. A tableau followed shewing
King Edward with his eldest
daughter Elizabeth of York to
whom he is revealing the fact
that her horoscope says she will
be Queen of England, though she
has two brothers. A second
tableau showed Elizabeth grown-
up and the wife of the first
Tudor King Henry VII. She held
a posy of red and white roses,
badges of the rival Houses united
by her marriage. The portrait of
Queen Elizabeth I was preceded
by a sonnet reminding us of the
splendours of her reign, and end-
ing with a prayer for our present
Queen. Gloriana looked impres-
sive in her violet and gold dress
with a big upstanding ruff of



Make New Bid For Members

From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. VINCENT, Dec.

The St. Vincent Workingmen
Association is sparing itself no
pains to regain its former posit-
ion. Founded nearly 18 years ago
the association catered for many
sections of the community, had a
large membership, and at one
general election secured four out
of the five seats for-elected mem-
bers of the Legislative Council,

With the advent of the United
workers, Peasants and Ratepayers
Union members’ withdrew their
support and at the ‘951 general
election the association failed to
capture any of the eight seats pro-
vided for by the new constitution,
all of which fell to the lot of the
newly-formed union. The eight
members formed what was known
locally as The Eighth Army of
Liberation; but splits in their
ranks and delay in the fulfilment
of election promises have under-
mined the confidence of their sup-
porters. This now brings the Work-
ingmen Association to the lime-
light and its leaders recall their
former achievement>.

bers of the association are increas-



her hair. The fourth tableau
shewed a youthful bridal couple
in white and silver with touches
of gold on the bridegroom's cos-
tume, This Elizabeth, eldest
daughter of James I, inherited all
the charm of her grandmother
Mary, Queen of Scots. Her mar-
riage was as popular an event as
that of our own Queen, for her
bridegroom, the Elector Palatine,
was a Protestant. Then we were
shown a pathetic little girl, Eliza-
beth, daughter of Charles I who
deseribed her last interview with
her father, At this point two
songs, Derry Vale, and “Eng-
land” were sung by the girls of
the Upper and Middle Schools.
Another tableau, a portrait of
George III's artistic daughter, fol-
lowed. This Elizabeth married the
Landgrave of Hess—Homburg at
the age of forty-eight and seems
to have been quite happy with her
rather dull German husband.

The next Elizabeth, the Queen
Mother, was shown being wel-
comed by our juniors who recited
a verse in praise of her courage
during World War II. A charm-
ing episode in this scene was the
presentation to the Queen of a
Victorian posy by one of the
tinies. The last tableau showed
the Barbados coat-of-arms with
Elizabeth II, trident in hand,
tanding in the chariot. The
Senior girls then grouped them-|
selves round the chariot and
sang a “Song of Britain” and a
chorus from Edward German’s
“Merrie England,” “God Save

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The num- ?!

ing rapidly and soon it will be a
political force to be reckoned with.

4 « ° .

It is proposed to open the Fair-
hall Home for indigent children
early next year. This has been
made possible through the genergs-
ity of Mr. Lewis Punnett, a retired
planter, who about 8 years ago
made a gift of 30 acres of land to
the Anglican Community for the
aged poor,

Work wa" started through the
initiative of Rt. Rev. H. N. Vy.
Tonks but the magnitude of the
task proved too much for the
Church whose financial resources
are limited. With the consent of
the donor the government of this
island has undertaken to contimue
the work and to widen its scone

Mr. Punnett has also promiged
further financial contributions for
the prorress of the schem<
his death.

Kingstown
Markel, tne greater part of whicno

uncovered, have been puiled
daqown and a@ completely covered
maraxet ivv ft. x luv fi. will soon
be erected. Temporary arrange-
iments nave been made for the
meat stalls close by the sea where
ne fish market stands,

ne sueds in the

The corner-seors f the ne
structure was laid by the then
Administrater Hon. R. H. Garvey
in Dec. 1947, The estimated cos!
is $104,000 of which $96,000 have
been provided by C.D. & W. funds.
The building when completed will
not only add to the comfort of
vendors and customers but also-to
the beauty of the town.

Under the auspices of the Extra-
Mural Department two lectures
were delivered at the Court House
by Mr. Allan Morain, statistician to
the Anglo-American Caribbean in
Trinidad.

On Tuesday 7th Dec. Mr. Morain
dealt with land, labour, capital
and entrepreneurship, the four
factors of production.

On Thursday evening the lec-
turer dealt with the place of statis-
tics in administrative planning

and the necessity for secu7ing a .

trained field statistician to collect
data,

In commenting on the lecture:

the Chairman said, “Mr. Morain
has breathed the breath of life in-
to the nostrils of dead statistics
and given life, interest, meaning

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and significance to them.” j

The Federated Industrial and!
Agricultural Workers’ Union of
which Hon. E. T. Joshua is Presi-_
dent-General has forwarded a pro-)
test to the United Nations Organi-|
zation against the arrest of Mr.
Alan le Leap, Vice-President of |
the World Federation of Trade,
Unions.

The protest which has been sent
to His Honour the Administrator
for transmission, associated itself
“with the eighty million organized
workers of the W.F.T,U. to have
Mr, le Leap freed so that he may
continue to defend the French
workers against the Government's
policy of war and poverty in order | §







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poverty ed Ig

Hoverplane ‘School’ |:
May Start Soon

One of Britain’s hoverplane}
manufacturers is planning to open

a training school at which pilots)?

will be able to put in the flying

ime necessary to get a hoverplane ; ¢
©

licence. 4
Many of Britain’s commercial ¢
pilots, belfeving that the hover- |

plane is the vehicle of the future,|?

have beén making efforts for some
years to obtain training
So far, however, only select-



ed British European Airways $

pilots have completed the neces-
sary hours,

The cost of tuition uas been ai¢
difficulty. This could be reduced !2
by the use of suitable two-seat! ¢

machines.

Instruction at the proposed \?

school would start as soon as pro-!

duction of these new machines be-

gins. Already a prototype is flying.
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: ADVOCATE
CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTIES

Mich! is one
In the picture are

40 Are Turned
Back Every Week
Al The Ports





Britain's Home Office immigra-

tion officers,
the airports
vent “undesirables”
ing the country,
most
world.
They are told
policy is to be
to all travellers
If passport
everything
touch with the
vr Consulate in
the matter
Every

the men who guar

from

polite passport men in

that
polite

the

a is out of
done to get
visitor's Embassy
London and get

right,

Is

put

week about 40 people

1

and seaports to pre-
enter-
are probably the
the

best
and helpful

date
in

are refused permission to enter

the country,

unpleasantness,

If a person’s name corresponds
to one in the black book of

But there

Is

By W. A. RYSER
LONDON, Dec. 22
The Co nist Party in Russia
ippears t t r ising an
eriousiy worried about evidences
f graft, t evasion of
parental responsibility and hood-
lumism wit the Soviet Union
Arie the Soviet Press of
the past s i eeks reveals ¢
rare news; ap er npaign of spot-
lighting the ier side of
Russian }ife unusual in that
PresS which very seldom carries
any @ecounts of cri strikes,
aceil or other indic ms that
all isnot sweetness and light. TWO PARTIES were given for poor children yesterday.
Adee illu. cat shat ect LEFT: Bady Secl presents a Christmas gift to little Michael Barrow at the Children’s Goodwill League Creeche yesterday.
oa ee 4 i nn i, Ry of 32 babies who received gifts. One hundred and forty elementary school children were also treated to Christmas fare
mews; zvestia describes Sir George Seel, Lady Seel, Mr. John Beckles, Michael and his nurse
the of ¢ ption on the part RIGHT:—-Mrs. H. O. Ramsay (left) presented gifts to the children at the Christmas party at Christ Church Almshouse yesterday evening.
of oF} e. ikoli ybytkov who was Madame Ifill (right) gave the party for children and inmates of the institution.
said to e made at least $1.000,-
000 tfadin :. ber illegally with .
Gove ie g ie ~ .
3 Canada Dry Ch. Ch. Almshouse Inmates
iid “he is a portly X aC °
centage th a golden chain “42QS ompetition Gi Cl ° stm : P; tv
and diamond watc! ) Kar ohana iven Wis as ar y
negligently from his side pocket. hbase ae ee of Upper -
When he moves his hands sunlight Dry Ch, See aoe ee NEARLY FIFTY CHILDREN and 75 inmates of Christ
flashes from many precious tion with a total ne ie eras Church Almhouse attended the Christmas Party w hich was
stones’ he \ on his thick words SoRnert V I
fingers! ‘ V Ss. given by Madame Ifill and her social V orkers at Christ
: This was the first competiti Church Almshouse yesterday evening. Gifts were dis-
on : ;
Thé Paper said Prybytkov will Of its kind and the sponsors hope tributed by Mrs. H. O. Ramsay, wife of the American
be tri€d shortly with a number of to make an annual feature. Second Officer at the Consulate.
factory # dire and other re- There special prize list for Both children and inmates en- Before the presentation, Mr
sponsible offi who were his €Mtries from school children, whieh joyed themselves. The Police Band Ramsay said that it was the first
accomplices has not yet been judged. was in attendance and played time she was attending such a
An entry was sent in by a blind many lively tunes. Most popular function in Barbados and she had
The Gove nmeni organ also re- ™@n, Who was given a consolation was calypso “Had a Little Mon- enjoyed it immensely. She was
ported a big andal in the Gov- Prize. key.” pleased to see how well the chil-
et eee near Re- First prize is a ham and plum ~ oy ee seer ‘ene brought ey
: via where D. A. pudding. Second prize is a ha e message to them from the children
Shem@dayey described as the These prizes will he intecer ae igre Goodwill of the U.S.A. wishing them a
“perfume king” has been arrested Oe ae ube presented to Happy Christmas and pleasant
: s the winners today. 20 consola~ apl at ~" ite
% —U.P. tion prizes were also awarded. New Year.
League Treat Mrs, H, A. Talma, Churchwar-
den of Christ Church, thanked
Mrs. Ramsay for the interest she

Three Who Work
For West Indies

LONDON.















































s , in London in 1918 and was one of
ae ah who work the few West Indian doctors prac-
s ont e an a, owe une . ie ga the Great
i tudents r ar. e began his practice in
Britain al r latest a poor district of South London
issue -of Review of in 1922, where he still has his
br tish ; F hey are surgery, and since 1933 has helped
y. u ames a newly-qualified colonial doctors
Jamaican pri Dr. Belfield by allowing them to help in his
Clarke, a ph) 1 from 3arba- practice while still continuing
di , and Mii el Foster-Davis. their studies at London hospitals.
famaican musician and teacher. He has worked in the Colonial
The review refers briefly to the Office welfare department and
work of the British Council among keeps open house for colonial
Colo} Students in Britain, students. The article adds: “This
a i in pnping 9 ac- modest man with his considerable
ion not only in London talents has done much to alleviate
but als@sin provincial centres. In the suffering of the poor and to
Birmi m, it says, there are be- help smooth the path of coloured
lieved. be about 6,000 colonial peoples in this country.”
peop! ymostly West Indians, Miss - Foster-Davis
w nN heavy industry. ia Nal ‘ sect
7 Teithed oiidenth ave not ; Miss Noel Foster-Davis, another
: mee Jamaicé s 2 é sice
enco id by the British Council f Siete eee She vs ase
au’ to have dealings with 6o¢ the taiimlcan tin ane Ore
the o : workers,” it says, “and che veh ak tsar haba. of cats i A -
for th who are concerned with ~°.. te Bere eet ae eae
the Bed ot th Thttee. tha scholarship to the Trinity Col-
Bt 208 © lege of Music in London’ when
Cow policy is one for regret, ye 10 ; 2
Re iaee rug cae 3 she was 19. She arrived in Eng-
for it ig felt ti the students are jand in 1936 and has been teact
beleemeiit up as perhaps ‘a race 50> ever since,
aa mov ior th ware 2 nn 1e. is an accomplished concert
dents ex to this country eee and Violinist and has
we By ae wroadeast in Britain and Scandi-
to sine a studies and to snvyis She also plays the guits
learnem@bout the British way of D@Via-. She also plays the gular,
life.” » organ, clarinet and double bass.
2. ‘ < a .
rie ee She has taught in schools and
, /Y. « ant ‘i + colleges in Britain and has com-
urning 0 ne nree . allets as Jest
Then, g posed ballets, based on Wes
workers it has particularly singled [ndian folk tales. ;
out for prai it gives the life “Miss Davis wants to return to
storysof Dr. Marcus James, who Jamaica,” the article adds. “She
hasad a remarkable academic would like to establish in the
ago attack: il oppression in jsland a school of music which
St. Paul’s hedral some months would be a permanent foundation.
career, It was Dr. James who ¢he believes that the West
preachéd « powerful sermon in [ndians have a natural sense of
South Africa. Still only 29, he was yusic, but need the discipline of
educated at a Kingston ‘ondary 4 European training.”
school, at Harvard University and —B.U.P.
at Oxford.
‘One gets the impression that +F
this “Quiet academic Jamaican, Wreck Recovered
although keenly interested in the ;
affairs of the under-privileged— GUATEMALA, Dec. 22,
he s ds part of his week work- The wreckage of a small private
i Hone of the poorest of Lon- pjane which crashed into the sea
slum areas—still prefers the off the Guatemalan coast on
here of the college library December 14, was recovered by
of the public platform,” it givers here yesterday. Further
search for the body of one of the
eiaie to occupants has been abandoned.
Dr. Clarke Four people were killed in the
DreCecil Belfield Clarke, born accident.
in Bar ;, qualified as doctor






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Children

INE HUNDRED AND FORTY
elementary school children were
yesterday treated to Christmas
fare at the Children’s Goodwill
League Creche, and 32 babies in
cradles were given Christmas
presents. The gifts were presented
by Lady Seel, wife of Sir George
Seel, Comptroller for Develop-
ment and Welfare who was also
present,

berore the gifts were distributed,
Mr. John Beckles said that it was
the 17th anniversary of the
Christmas treat, The local League
had to congratulate the Overseas
Children’s Goodwill League Com-
mittee in their yearly effort in
trying to give as many children
that kind of cheer. He also:
thanked the local merchants and
others who had donated presents.

The Creche is a day nursery,
Children are left there by parents
from 6 am. to 4 p.m, daily



Parents of such children must be,

working and a record is kept of
where they are working, The
children are given three meals a
day.

On being brought to the creche
each morning the children’s
normal clothing is taken off, they
are bathed and dressed in the
uniform of the creche. The re-
mainder of the day is spent play-
ing, eating and sleeping,

Dr. Scott is the medécal Officer
for the creche,

Yesterday the elementary
dren were seated around a
row of tables, Each was given
something to eat and_ drink.
After this they were given frozen
ices and oth¢r sweets.

chil-
long

decorated Christ-
creche, The gifts
table ona

anere was a
mas tree at the
were placed ona
platform and nurses brought the
babies for their presents when
their names were called, Lady Seel
had a charming smile for each
baby.

Gifts were presented to, the
nurses and other employees, of, the
creche, and Mr. Beckles also
received one,

When she
the presents, Lady
with the children
share toffee to the
children,

The schoo] children sang a num-
per of Christmas songs after the
main part of the treat had
finished.



distributed all
Seel mixed
and helped
elementary

had

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Grandmamma had to depend on clumsy, inefficient cookers to do

her Christmas baking. T
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equipp

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had shown. On behalf of the in-
mates of the institution, she
thanked Madame Ifill.

She that she hoped
Madame Ifill’s life would be
spared for many more so
that she could carry on her good
work. She then extended the
seasons’ greetings to everyone
present,

Madame Ifill thanked Mrs,
Talma for her kind remarks and
Mrs. Ramsay for gracing the
function with her presence. She
said that it showed a Christian
spirit.

Among those present were; Mr
W. O. Payne, Vice-President of the
Christ Church Baby Welfare
League, Mrs. R. Rudder, Mrs. D,
Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. H A. Talma,
Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. S. Heath, Mr.
and Mrs, Alfred Holder, Miss
Millicent Cox, Mr. J. E._T.
Brancker, Mr. A. Barrow and Mr.
C. B. Brandford.

said

years

afternoon

“known” undesirables, he is sent
back on the next boat or airplane
If he has to spend a night in

Britain, it is in a comfortable de-

tention room, with freedom to

buy food and cigarettes,
—L.E.S,



Two Pass Through

From Martinique

NTRANSIT from Martinique
yesterday by B.W.1LA. for
Trinidad on his way to Cristobal,



was Mr. Lucien A. Machineau,
Boarding Officer of the French
Line,

Also arriving here yesterday

from Martinique by
intransit for Trinidad,
was Mr. Jerome Barnes, Construc-
tion Engineer for the Shell Co.,
stationed in Fort de France, He
has now gone to spend the Christ-
mas holidays with his relatives in

B,.W.I.A.

Port-of-Spain.



Friendly

Rivalry

In West Africa

Anyone who has lived for any
time in West Africa will be aware
of the rivalry, mostly friendly,
that exists between Gold Coast and
Nigeria, on the sports field as in
other activities. But if there is a

sompetitive element in the pursuit
of progress, they sensibly realise
that modern conditions demand

pressing forward together in some
respects. This is indicated in a
nice exchange of greetings recent-
ly when the new aircraft for West
African territories, the Marathon,
made its first trip between Ni-
seria’§ capital, Lagos, and the Gold
Coast’s capital of Accr “May this
bigger and better aircraft prove to
be part of an unbroken succession







of bigger and better things for the
people of both territories,” said
Nigeria’s message to Gold Coast.

Back went t e Gold Coast Gov-
ernor’s reply: “It is most hearten-



ing to see this modern aircraft
linking these two countries and
may it be a symbol of their con-

tinuing progress and prosperity in
friendship together.”
Tropical Research

Among the names of those who
have made their contribution to
malaria research is a distinguis shed
naval officer who has been in the
news recently. He _ is Surgeo

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G. Rainsford,
Honorary Phy-
sician to the Queen. Much of his
30 years’ service with the Royal
Navy has been spent in scientific
research in many parts of the
world. In 1933 he undertook in-
vestigations into malaria at Singa-

Rear-Admiral S
newly-appointed

pore, during construction of the
naval base there. The same year
he received the North Persian
Forces Memorial Medal for a paper

on the laboratory methods of diag-

nosis of brucella infections It |
vas on his report that the R.N.
fropieal Research unit, which he

permane sntly estab-
lished at Singapore. Other import-
ant tropical medicine rese arch in- |
luded that on cholera in connec-
worked with |

founded, was

tion. with which he
the United States medical research
unit in Cairo.

Denial

Mau Mau has been news in Wes
Africa in a special sense, iD ccaas
had it that West African troops
were in Bast Africa, and had

walked into a sitting of what one

no



newspaper des scribed as a sitting
of “a Mau Mau high court”, The
District Commander, Gold ‘Coast,

issued a prompt denial that there

were any West African troops on
e other side of the Continent.



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Services

April 1954
LONDON.
Round-the-world air tourist

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for the first time, fares have been |
fled for scheduled international |
flights across the North Pole from
the American West coast to Bu. |
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A spokesman saiti tnat tne lat- |
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“By the time these services have |
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class flights will begin to Hong
Kong, Manila and Tokyo and
across the Pacific from Asia}
and Australasia to San Francisco |
and Vancouver, Another branch
route will provide cheap travel to
South America as well,

1954, tourist-

Special ten per cent discounts |
for groups of ten persons or more
travelling on missions of common

interest will be introduced from
April 1953 on routes between |
New Zealand and Fiji, Fiji and |

Tahiti, and New Zealand and Aus- |
tralia ]

Tourist fares for services across
the Pacific will be determined by
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ever, provision has already been
made for a special emigrant fare
from Tokyo and Hong Kong to
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April 1 next.

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Britain and East Africa

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ist demands, half of the interna-
tional airlines’ present fleet of |
2,500 aircraft will eventually be
converted to high-density, or tour- |
ist seating. By doing this, there
will be five million more seats
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PAGE RIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1952
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PUBLIC NOTICES BL mie. [Ss cde os bee ee
PU ic SA | The applica { Graham Parkinson | .
a ne oe | Larrier, shopkeeper of Airy Hill, st.] CANADA DRY
o + fo ® t Sp ts i
. NOTICE | Malt Liq 1 building? . '
CARLTON CLUB situated ' st. Je '
TELEPHONE 2508 Any member desiring some motion | REAL ESTATE — December, 1982. | CHRISTMAS SPELLING |
MARRIAGE Rawal ‘Geceusa” ite tengo ae 5 or a: ! Vacancy for a General Manager, Marketing Division, Agriculture
yi i FORK SALE mit same to the Secretary by January| HOUSE—Situated on the beach’ a | Dist : COMPETITION Department, Georgetown, British Guiana.
GREAVES—WILKINSON — On Novem th, 1953 p : | St. Lawrence. Apply to K. R. Hunte, EVANS COLLYMORE, | :
ber 22nd at Brampton, Ont Canada ie dee | Telephone GIR or 4611 2..00-2¢8.1 NB—T én win Ue ce Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the
Dr, Patsiek Cochron W aves, son AUTOMOTIVE 2, 18-903, | anncidmnineniibe ee ed « ed at ‘ to be held at post of General Manager of the Marketing Division of the Agricultur:
uae det ores ee Sao pebanaiestttten puiniteatitndemien., 4 | Police Court, D strict “F" on Friday| The judges have awarded the prizes D .
to Audrey: Jean, daughter of Mr snag CAR—Morris-Oulotd, good’ gh mow NOTICE AUCTION the td dey t ary, 1998, at 1i]as follows partment comprising—
Mrs. George Wilkinsorr of Brampton, | ™leage under 3,00). Delephone 2049, Applications for one vacant Frizer's ‘Sy kind yr ane ae |‘ we "DW ae P : ™ .
4 i ar ; rmisgion of Mes Mc J. 8. EDWARDS FIRST PRIZE (TURKEY, HAM « . ‘ ae ee, en ai New Am-
Ontario, Ci 19.0—tn Fs St) 1.1.5 l annuity will be secetved En the Clerk| Enearney & "Co., I will sell at thels Police Magistrate Diet I CHRISTMAS PUDDING), (a) The Government Produce Depots, Georgetown and New A
; DIED CAR 8 HELP. Standata 1997 pod Sacaae ot dees Ce ‘moon) Sarees on ; Soe _ Zt abi: | 2 i mmm wore ais , Claude Gregoire sterdam;
s , ; Sed : ‘warn aon +. y oebuck Street ; : . ria tai tEinais 9
ss iibeiiire Na as tana PRE HE os ed ne cpanel!) Appheams must be widors of the| Sar, 00 Kien 30 ee LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | ne (b) The Livestock Control Organisation;
BISHOP--On December 22, at the Gen- | 8547 Darish of St. Michael, who ere in| itick-up all in working order just The application of Caspar Foster, Tz | SECOND PRIZE (HAM) (c) The Milk Control Organisation; and
eral Hospital. William Bishop. The 20.12.5a~2n a0 8 4 jtime for the holiday season. TERMS | of Cr Mount, St. Andrev per | Mr. H. H. Brewster, Harmony Hall, a) The Pr . Dactare
funeral leaves his late residence, Prom- . a amnegpeetesalp nian dave vane "a ke obtained |CASH on fall of hammer. R. Archer } mission to sel! Spi alt Laq &<. |Hindsbury Road (d) ie ‘ocessing Factory.
enade Road, Kew. Land, St. Michael CAh-Au In 004 condition ¥ : ~ “REDMA. 4 | McKenzie. 20.12.52—3n 8 board and shigled shop i at]
Coe this afternoon for the Westbury jend goms Site ne Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry. | nt tae > at to § |Ons CAGR 'C ANADA® one gavue 2. The salary of the post is $4,800 per annum, (non-pensionable).
Cemetery Linte aro oebuck St ee F i this 1 da p 2. /ONE C AY " a , ’ . :
Edith Bishop (wife Ira Grant. Egbert q 16.12. 52—8n., | PERSONA J. R. EDWARDS, Esq |AGES EACH) A cost-of-living allowance at the approved rate, now $240 per annur
B shop, Etheline Seott (children) Sheila, —--——--—— to 5 (rr — - Police Magistrate | : - . =e & vy i. 6 the
Marion, Cynthia, Cecil, Marva, Junita.| CAR—Oone Forde damaged by NOTICE | The public are hereby warned against Dist. “F |Good Entry (Open) Bradford Clarke,| 18 also payable. Appointment will be on agreement for 5 years in th
Michael, Brenda igrand-childre fire, can b “pert Welch's Gar-| | “In view of the fact that Seturday the | #!¥ing credit to my wife LILIAN PEIRCE CASPAR woos. | Top Rock, Christ/ first instance, and subject to physical fitness. Other conditions of ser-
Se aaa zc, Chap ure Speightsiown, St. | 27th December hi ‘s . | (nee Greenidge) as I do not hold myselt pplicant. | Church " ae bie:
GRANT —On December : Willian | Peter, Offers in ¥ iting t> Cave Sh p- | lic Holiday, tho, stuigusonttenen “Banks | responsible for her or anyone else con N.B.—This application will be consid-| S “i Lionel K. Grifth,| Vice are as for officers of equivalent status holding pensionable appoint
Edward Grant. The ral leave pis herd & Co., Ltc., before 2rd December. | will remain @peh until 2 Pom. on Wea- or, any debt or debts in my name | ered at a Licensing Court to be fy at No. 78 Beckles Rd.,/ ments. >o ahem
ighter’s residence Vfila House, Vila 19.12. 0z—5n | nesday, th : aniess by a written order signed by me. Police Court, D strict I or ‘riday St. Michael f : . .
Road, Brittor Hii, at 4.9) pom. io an — ‘nels Ghaenenn Ce eee CHARLES BENJAMIN. PIERCE the 2nd y of January, 1953, at 11 j ; : Michael Ward 3. The duties of the post will be the general management and
the Westbur, Cemeters HiLLMAN STAT! WAGON -—Only BARCLAYS BANK (DOM Richmond Main Gap o'clock, at Dale-Mar- Dayrells risi i activities th Organisations named
Maude Grant (wife), Ametha Wamrer 16,000 miles. Owner driven. Appearance COLONIAL AND oven St Miceoe J. R. EDWARDS, Road, Ch. Ge supervision of the marketing activities of the Org i
id . Grant (som), Beryi] good as 4 Periect working order THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, | 23.12.52—2r Police Magistrate, Dist Cesar Lyon, C/o| above, and the General Manager will at all times be subject to the
y Warner, St. Cla BRADSHAW & COMPANY BRIDGHTOWN BRANCH A ae peoepenomenaals Lashleys Ltd. 20
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Gestiasn | $2,000,000. The Depots trade in all local edible root crops, fruits, vege-

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: $ . 6.12.52—4.1 n THE CANADIAN BANK OF | Sula Diabet direction and control of the Director of Agriculture. ;
ae ea _ a, COMMERCE ss ‘ E. F. Brewer, Fiat The annual trading turnover of the Produce Depots is abou
chile. Clement mathe ELECTRICAt 12.920 19," Block B. The
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(son-in-ls ee ate eoannae ~ "ey a ae a ea aaa aceeh a itis pie | ts a eanrune
demain ool oR ARRAND—2-Speed Automatic Hecord NOTICE gineiaeanaiiaemee nie ee | Warrens Pogue, | tables, and preserves.
. hangers jure received hm. veo Re Estate of » a
iN MEMORIAM usntity, T. C. S. Malic. & Co., Lid JAMES. NATHANIEL JONES , eatiy. Christies OO "st | The Livestock Control Organisation is the sole purchaser of cattle
GIBBS in | ving memory of Mr. Gibbs |» oni NOTICE is hous ate that all ADVOCATE . - lias Sa Pe oe intended for consumption in Georgetown and New Amsterdam. In
- a ‘ Nee ere eee mms uy al per- « N \ ¢ ibbee wil ac- Sc pbury 4 . * . ‘ . 2
who died in December 195i ER RECEIVED the new 6 and 6 tube | sons having any debt oF claim ageines ne 1} ’ Cargo and Passengeta Mer ; vt Kew Land, st'| addition it operates an Abbatoir in the Rupununi from which beet
Rest in peace your trials axé over, PYE RADIO, Featuring Bandspread ov affecting the estate of James Nathaniel | )) Ant , Montserrat, Michael ‘ . > we ledion , > and th
y > ; c : ; , . s tra Ds y craft to Georgetown, The supply of beef and the
Rest in peace your work Is done. | Jall Short-Wave Bands, P. C. 8, Mafiel | Jones tocstecat tate al Roebuck Street |) STATIONERY 1 St. Kitts, Sailing 3rd. | pretty Decorated Paper—Mr-. D. G, wil-|'8 transported by air mat ea eee PPh Bah ck
You are gone where those that love} & Co. Lid f in the City of Bridgetown in ‘this Island |) ? 9 son, Las Campanas,| activities of butchers throughout the Colony are also regulated }
m1 16.12.5214 vt } | ort Ave. Selle hate aes
oon salt’ tillow aie bs . lial haley Ai 2 Robe solce Sergeant who died at |f os tinal er ara Ave. Belleville! this Organisation.
1 Gibbs ‘sor ion : FU day of Feria y “001. are Fepuected to nd ers for Don Sinesto Ter ce, The Milk Control Organisation is responsible for the purchase
, ' Q y . an Passengers fo om ne ENITURE send in particulars of their claims duly GREYSTONE, HASTINGS Montserrat, Nevis ‘ St. Michael i





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oe - ‘ Sailing 9th Janu- i id, Coun-| Collection, transport and distribution of milk for sale in Georgetown.
y LARDERS—-Si y 5 7 Blind—L. Bedford, Garden id, Coun : oe .
OR RENT B IC $5 to $201.8." Wissen See st. Wil or ues Sin darn Seeger oa me Just the little shop | y Road, St. Micha i The following activities take place at the Processing Factory, viz
. r ay @ sa nes Nathaniel Jones a p tr tuby Griffith, Week : ; _—
HOUSES Dial 4069 23,12.52—2n devented, C/o Haynes & Griffith, Sotic- in ‘the village . . B.W.1. SCHOONER oY mat sales cee Lana eenciand —production of stock feeds, cassava flour, plantain flour, drying and
ae -—-_--—————__——_ —— ~ | jtors, jo. 12 High Street, Bridgetown, ASSOCIATION NC St. Michael “or manufacture of cor meal and experiment

APARTMENT ut Myrtle Villa, Lower POULTRY on or before the 28th. duy of February where the Best Books, Consignee, Dial 4047 : Mrs. Ethel Browne. | bulk storage of corn, manufacture of corn meal XI
Collymore Rock ava.iable immediately TA eee ee ore Ae, bic ate we shal cascane Stationery and Xmas Cards Nr Scarborough,| canning.

ial 4100 2 3 POULTRY—11 new hampshire chicks | to Tribute e assets of the de- " Ch. Ch - ‘. : " Nis pee a : arkiin the
Oar a ee ee , Aid deve: 618 cockerel 8 months all out | ceased among the parties—entitled there. are now on show wa Kuignt | A wholesale Fish Market and Cold Storage plant which are in th

BUNGALOWS—Two modern Bunga-]°! stock took 4 prizes at Exhibition|to having regara only to such elaime Newbury St.| course of erection will also come under the supervision of the General
lows, BERESFORD and EUNICE. Newly] ©a!l 8550 after 5 p.m Se | oe Pe wt sce ce tke S — Manager
built at Maxwell's Rond, near sea, Al) te —- ce and we not be liable for the Best Classification—J. Snee, Tushielan ” :
ee pan vaaibnéae inoludine oe ce TREEY COCKS Only two remain — or any SS ae ae ee - r Rockley New Road, 4 A li : 2 t foll “ inf 4
and silvers. Ist of Jan. Consult Nurse For Particulars Dial 6462 23.12.52—1n.| tO any person of whose debt or claim ; yi Ch. Ch. , pplications giving the following information, viz:—name in
Pilgrim, Nobolisba Gap beer ” MECHANICAL wea ait patiaas ieamia te fos ee TT Tt {Good Entry (Children) —Dexter Boye, full, date of birth, and professional qualifications and commercial

E “ = =§ (8% years), Dex- , , SS Ss an n reiki

COTTAGESmall Cottage at St. Law- NICAL pees =: Teel re their i ae ae em. ane experience, and accompanied by not more than two recent testimonials,

nee Ga mn Sea, fully f shed. 2 . ery yy ai or lelay. . St., Belleville : ; ‘ ine +
Beasts Prom danuasy, set” Robie sop mA Atdofiex ¥ 4.5. (pistamat | Dated this 10th. day of December 1952, say Lia Mi Rp area ot eae a ie Annabella J. Ash-| Should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture, Agriculture Depart-
Hollywood, St, Lawrence On. se carrying case call #050" after 5 ara Qualifiea seemed tee aa CANADIAN SERVICE oe i, Tha ment, Georgetown and should reach him not later than 31st of Janu-

2 2.52 n 7 ‘ . arlow astings

a 12.52—2n James Nathaniel Jones deceased. From Montreal, Halifax and Saint John, Ch. Ch ‘lary, 1953.

FARAWAY—Fully furnishea 3 bed-| SINGER SEWING MACHINES and 10.12.52—3n * Expected Arrival |qucky Dip~Mrs. K. 0. Grannum, St ¢
room house, St. Philip coast. Lighting others Hand. B $20. Val Sa ie SpE TE REE ye EE SEE EEEPoEEEEEEE EE yEea Halifax St. John Dates Barbados Simon's Village, St. Andrew

lant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2 . “ar Ye’ appetues up—L8.! LY NCErS SECONDARY SCHOOL |. “FEGGEN” 5 Dee 9 Dec 25 December iss P. Browne, 4th Ave.) J. Opts0y6 <
Rervant Saaniat Monthi> rent $60 plus Wilson, Spry St. Dial ee. eh ie ee, bs SPRY STREET 8.8. “SUNDIAL” 19 Dec 23 Dee 8 January Sohevite. St. Michael. SOODSSSSOD IO SSSPSPO SPD C GS SOPSPPSP IOS POSS OES oes
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial aia i Soret The following candidates nave gained| *-5- rs SEABREEZE 3 Jan. _ Jan by yuary z » Miss Eunice Hunte, Ash- % ” Xx
ez. nk dha MI LANEOUS admission to this School for the year |*-5 SUNADELE » 16 Jan 20 Jan 31 January ville, Lower Bay Street, St x IME oO 4 %

at eee ae SCEL 1953 eens Michael )

HOUSE at Beach Gap, Hastings | op ttre enter 1. Alleyne, Jean U.K. SERVICE oy x %
Seaside available ist January. Dial COOPER'S AERSOL FLYSPRAYs en- 2. Allamby, Joan Fr Newport, Swans i ° In awarding the first and second] X -- *
or after business hours. Dial 8133 sures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes, 3 Barrow, Dorothy Poe renee ir aawenpent oie sage Arrival prizes out of 869 entries the judges. dis- $ Up THE HOME ¥ f $

12.52—2n. | © » Obtainable from all leading 4. Bates, Shirley Newport Swansea Liverpool Glasgow Dates Barbados qualified any entrant using individual) % $
"KINGSWAY — Unfurnished, Maxwell] gue” untied Sei’ Be Blackett, Jancte 7: Fe Sistine War alte te tee te $
€ - ed, 18, ett, Janette ROGENAES" 8 Dec 12 De 19 T 3. . number of tim hey appear ir : ” * ¢
SI ee See) See ee Os sn Barly petronry | eri, Bg, ganaegtny A frequent Se x
e "i . — \ a TRADER" Early January lid Jan Bar Pebruary error was Some entra ‘ °

ena ane” right of oe a Y tendaee’ bee be ae a 36 a Beene ee dentine ica is aia ern marly Sebrusry pested enen Pet - eee ganna EARLY g

sea. ny Pan. . rice 3 la 4 owen, uida a" r ing such as “BAY ne judges allow
res Seat 23.12.52—In.] 11. Burke.’ Esther nds Samia anette ee such words only once. The winner Varnishes, Enamels, Paints, %

LU . Tw . Scaeeenseneerapennetie== eee i2. Bushelle, Ira mburg, Ro a ndon made up his entry without using names n el Wool.

Containing open verandah, drawng,| GEREALS Shredded Wheat, Corn| 13 Bynoe, Maleita Papeciod Anvival fot places and persons and richly de- Sandpaper, Steel s

dining and sitting Rooms, three (3) Falkes, all bran, Rice Krispies. Oat- 14 Caddle, Louise jamburg Rotterdam London te ba serves the prize Also x

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bedrooms, breakfast room and kitchen] meal, | Oatfakes in packages and tins, 15. Clement, Cynthia 5.8. “SUNAMELIA” ng .. & Dec 7 Dee. ll Dee 28 December Platte Cups. >
Dial 4031, : Barley and Linseed loose. W. M. Ford 16 =Darlington, Sheila 8.5. “ALF LINDEBERG” . _ 13 Jan 19 Jan 2 Februar The prizes of fountain pens and pen- Plates, T's, ups, e
20.12.5229. 135 Roebuck St. Dial 3469 a 11. Downey, “Marva Be rable a ea wall Pans x

a nena niaee AZ n ler, Patricia AB be awarded in due course

NEWHAVEN — Fully furnished 4-bea. aT i 19 Evelyn, Grace Agents PLANTATIONS LTD. rt es o
Soe nouse, Crane coast Double Garage] DRIED FRUIT—Ralsins, Prunes, Cher-| 20. Fields Gyeh Phone 4703 Canada Dry thanks everybody for Saucers, Saucepans, Pots, %
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water-| ries and Stoned Dates in packages 21. Forde, Norma their splendid effort Jn making this -
mill supply. Monthly rent $78 plus 3 W. M. FORD 435. Roebuck Street Dial 22. Glasgow, Geraldine competition a great su€cess and wishes and $
slsgning charge, IN anya ten 3489. 23.12. 52—2n 23° Green, Olwyn you all a very Happy Christmas %

; 11,52—t.fin. |. . ———_—__— 24 GriMth, Joan ¢

OFFICE—-At Prince William Henry| tne Dee ee Just in time for] 25 Harris,’ Jove Champagne, Port, Sherry z

OE am the andcing mason: y Evening 26 «Headley, Julia iN '
Street over. Lashiey's Lid. Apply to Dresses, Beauttful Cooktail Dresses and| 27. Howard, Pauline LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Cocktail, Pony Whisky, sS
T Marsha hone § lovely Evening Bags at $5.98 each. The| 28 x
as.12.08—4n, | Modern Dress Sheent, Breede arses 3° tar soe The application of Vasliti Coulthrust of Liqueur, Half Pint Glasses. $

a ec cedtcitinitetemeerrliinsny -——— 21.12.52—2n 30 Inniss Elsie STEAMSHIP COMPA NY INC Endeavour, St. James for permission to Ce USF ai ai! x

UNFURNISHED COTTAGE _ behind a — 31 Jones,’ Collene f sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at aj x
Garrison facing pasture, now vacant FRBEEZERS-—Ice Cream Freeers 3, 4 32 Jones, Hepsy poerean and shingled shop situated: at We 40 intdmen eur | b 4
Water inclosed yard, 5 small rooms and 8 Quart at $14.87 up, Also ice 33. Jones’ Patricia e iv Endeavour, St. James. beg ' %,
Telephone 2949 #3.12-52—In. | Grenm Servers at 96.98. Ice Shredders at] 34. Jongy,Paeicla CANADIAN SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY) _, Dated this 19th day of December, 1952 Customers that our ¢

“YARD—large walled in, from tara nee oe 12.8 ‘mn 38 Lach yn n Polles Slagistrs syne 1% Stores will be closed | %

ee eee as . 3 mm.) 36. Larrier, Evelyn SOUTHBOUND KIM ALCOA CORONA KIM Distr'et » Saturd 27th =| ¥

ary with shed formerly nes coop- Siincttlipaniti exsiilicttye he a Distr:ct “E"', Holetown 1% on aturday j .
erage at Gill's Mouse, ‘Baxter's Road | GLASSWARE—At prices to sult every-| 36. Manat, ivan, PARTNER VASLITI COULTHURST, x December, ss
Dial 8186. Norma Goodridge, Oistins. ‘one, Snaps 8c., % pt. Tumblers ide 39. MeKecékney, Wilson = : Applicant “4 sy,

2 , ’ if ee | “la 29 Nov. 20 De 6 Je : 7 i ¥ :
igre een Decorated Tumblers S0c. Coasters we.,] 40. Moore, Doreen Ef ns | een a7 Dec 10 Jan re ie eee This application “will be consid: |"% nich apeipsdaes ee ae x
a ——— a Ash Trays 1l0c., Candy Dishes 22%.. 41. Moore, Joyce ARR. .BARBADOS 21 Dec 4 dan 22 Jan 7 Feb ered at a Licensing Court to be held at % .

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE) Desert Dishes Cand Nut es i 42 Morris, Angela i ; ares ae oe peas EL ina Bay of 5 Bra gt j x *

The applicat.on of Doris Carter, Shop- ays 26c., Father Xmas waprate 43. Norville, Candace Limited Passenger Accommodation Available At - Sealant : Teer on *
keeper To Roebuck Street, St. Michael, | Tumblers 3c, each. G. W. HUTCHIN- 44. Perch, Moreen at 11 o'clock, a.m aed | % x

Loe ‘ a , q Ss. H. NURSE
for permission to sell Spirits, male SON & CO., LTD. Dial ams, 12.89—$n Zz Pier com For further information apply: Da COSTA & CO., LTD.; Phone 2122, Police Magistrate, Sia ae 1% s
ni hark ee ey | aMs—ans wa ana mw we em ft Rage Omuacke ena & LIMITED ‘

Dated this 22nd day of December, 1952 ser ey ee 1 oe Bs 8 idley, Monica ua es Cee eee ae $
TG. ‘B GRIFFIN sq. Be FORD as” aMbuce gl] 2 Rolling, “Maureen NEW YORK SERVICE (iveny roun Werks} LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE % Broad St. and Speightstown 3

Police Magistrate, 8 wae? , . 7 . 7 r! f " i J

* “Sluned) DORIS CARTER, / Dial eo 98.12.89. on wae, omite SOUTHBOUND ALOOA ALCOA ALCOA ALCOA Ys SS OBSECSCS BBO OOE OOOO
Applicant - y ‘on, Morleen, PGAS PLAN POINTE The application of Edgar Belfield Wil-| @ - 24006666 ©99OG.0-9OOODOK F

N.B.-—This application w.li be consid- ganntie ene DEPT. ae tn od Parents/Guardians of the above named POINTER FEGASUS LANTER OINTER liams shopkeeper of Parris Hill, St @ 9O30O0008OG¢ d

cred at a Licensing Court to be held at | desirable shades at a very ‘The Modern | ate "sked to meet the Headmaster at the NORFOLK oe 17 Jan a i Joseph, for permission to sell Spirits,
Police Court, District “A” on Friday the | Only. 18 cents per bunch, The ern] School on Monday 5th January. 1953 at BALTIMORE 22 Dec, 19 Jan, 16 Mar. 16 Feb Malt Liquors &c., at a board and shingled as s 7 Yq.” _
PN eae OE SEnUarY, LORH aS TY Oe CCK, Payee a ge 21.12,89—2n [2° &™ NEW YORK 26 Dec. 23 ‘Jan, 20 Mar. 20 Feb. shop situated at Parris Hill, St. Joseph. Ww HEN iT re Ad Vv 8 a7
ae Mal i's ee oa—3n A. McD, FORDE, Arr. B'DOS. 7 Jan. 4 Feb. 7 Mar, 4 App. Dated this 19th day of December, 1952. 4 awa
G. B. GRIFFITH Br SIBERY STICHE-dun Oi Headmaster, m To:—J. R. EDWARDS, Esq. :
Epllgw Wagistrate, Dist. "A" | ote for sont otras OF tee oe cane 23,12,52—In iment ital ue Police Magistrate, y 1
2. 12.52—1n, | tt } f 0 eereesetitetcthnatenteeteneninennnerennennen Dist. “F"
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Y00S99900000490600600000 KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE NEW ORLEANS SERVICE (F0atTNiGHtTLy) See ieee
% , 21.12.52—2n, | Name: Oliver Eustace Robinson i ’ Atl fe cena
—— Occupation: SHOPKEEPER N.B.—This application wi bi pune ;
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table and floor models; also ovens at RONALD EDWARDs, The application of John J. Smith and =
reduced prices. Auto Tyre Co., Trafal- for Applicant. Lvingstone A. Smith, Shopkeepers of ®
gar Street, Dial 2696. N.M.—This application will be consid- ivy, St. Michael, for permission to seil Announces he has opéned: »
21.12.52—3n. ered ata Licensing Court to be held on Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a board| 2
meng ednesday the 3ist day of December 1952 er H 2 £ and shingle sh attached to residence | ©
AUCTION STOVES—The famous Florence Stoves | at Police Court, District “Ee at it Arrived just in time for You... at ivy Mair Wa’, Bt Michagl : $
-n 2 and 3 burner models aurie o'clock a.m. Dated this 32nd day of December, 1952. | >
& Co., Tudor Street. Fhone $001 Potice SYDNEY H. NURSE, toe A Hatrate, Dat HA ARCOLA SHOES for Ladies é
aa ’ olice a rate, st. “E", Police Magistrate, Dist. *‘/ 2
SALE ttn SS TINNED BAKING PANS ve Nt ae, | :
STO) ‘aledonian er No, 7, —_—__—__-—___ ~s for Applicants :
last February. Dial 4174, f N.B.—This application will be consid-| ‘ ae . 2
AT 21,12.52—2n. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE CENTRAL EMPORIUM ered at_a Licensing Court to be held at}® Mansfield Shoes for Ladies and another shipment of ©
— naa ala . ah tee pads ? 7 , a 201 Court, District “A” Friday the 7 e m
‘OVERDALE” GRAEME HALL SCALES—Counter Scales (Jacob Pat- | keeper of Hutson Alley, St. Michael, for Bik tay ot Sunvasy. 60s ot ee o'clock, Indian Shoes and Sandals. >
tern) we.ghing up to 14 Ibs, at $32.24.| permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, Corner Broad & Tudor Streets a.m 5 | D4
3, W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd. Dial 4222,] &e., at a board and shingle shop at ¥ ee N | i 1 > 4
G. WwW E. A. McLBOD, , c r S
23.12.52—2n. | White's Alley, City. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”. | All these Shoes are now well known throughout $
ait asi opens ~ Dated this 19th day of December, 1952, [je Sern vane ty aaa eae : : 6 -Aded e iai ance
TUESDA ind DECEMBER, SCALES-—500!Ib Platform Scales, sturdy | To:—G. B, GRIFFITH, Esq., 33 .12.53—1n | the world for their up to the minute : Sty le Ss, Elegance g
at 11-30 a.m and durable, The General Agency Co., Police Magistrate, ‘ ry fit, and delightful fashion, worthy of their names. <
7 Wve have | received instructions B'dos Ltd. 16,12. 52—12n Dist. "A". 6. wae 4, OO PVPP POOP VOP EP OOSISE . °
mn r. A. Bruce Skinner to —— ‘ } A a ‘ % srwear for Ladies ‘
Rousek an mie collection of care Masd twit aie meme N.B.—This application wi We ena St \SHINE PARLOUR | ; Our first eee: of be — ae es a has
no. x , ‘iTec —— 7 a > T wre a ~ a Pn ; c $ Pi } é a g "esses 7
as listed ba and Effects Stoves. Laurie Dash & Co., Tudor Street./ered at a Licensing Court to be held at WE BEG TO ADVISE OUR CL STOMERS AND THE x ww including Slips, anties, Briefs anc I
Viewing morning of Sale Phone 5061. the’ moe ae te “A wander GENERAL PUBLIC THAT OUR SPARES DE x just arrived.
ining Table with Brass Feet, ° mer, : WILL BE CLOSED FOR. STOCK TAKING ON 29TH, 30TH “
8 Upholstered Dining Chairs. — - —~ ——---——- ¢ O'clock, a.m, ' ; y ‘ ‘ > Cus- |
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i a Aah eta By HARVEY es pertners Dec. 22
: im which ta play a shot ‘ . eae 5
Slay Out Of The While ladies who had prepared t trary to the third The All Star soccer oe mh’, o » }
R 4 I : 1 li = e overburdened hampers sat le in the k the lt go : ; y — Ber mw % your face with Palmolive Soap *
‘ ‘ t} . ; 1 a holiday tour of Bermuda
ng readte a Welermg mous > i , n os aks intory Ove Then, for 60 seconds, message with
t © l carried them off after the ¢ - a ine co Pett 67 = Ber ee om se ee wae B Puimolive’s eott, lovely lathes Rinse!
1m , ‘ nte 78-11-67. e jermude Athle Ass a-
THERE |} more ; Some < ompetition at the Rx ; W + j 4 ; , 74- 6-68. | tion, forme: Bermuda amateur ERS chaenn Soy for 14 days.
HE news, as yet unconfirmed in official West Indies cricket cireles, | 2°! Brit boxt n the past a rg ant ais aan ie : © telles -R a 89-19-70 | champions. okin Paluolive’ ee tinge
=i ya cnaraeke cade . ze thatGhulain Ahmed, India’s most outstanding bowler in. India | 2°84 : ’ aga ap happened to put together William Mrs. Atwell-R. Vidmer 83- 8-75 The American squad is made Craurifying effect!
this VRE. C. G. Gopinath, the discovers of the 1860-51 ton ha why I he pe he not being Atk Ries J i Vi te Hh nte. | Mrs. Melntyre-L.. Maskell 84- 8-| UP of players from Cornell, Dart- hp
Z 3 ’ erio hi talk ibout pro- | / si on ine clo | - 4 - . | ve > s . T rey ‘ ¥ = i e ‘
ee ee Vee ee elas cores (Sere aReUTe OF” Oe i setted comeback, writes. PETER |Geoffrey Manning and John |76. miata By anes PS, For bath and shower, get the thrifty Bath Size Palmolive
ippointment in West Indies cricket circles. VILSON , : ar "so Rodger Colin -Bellanty and.’ Ros o syivania.——
oweve vill rece ) 1eadache trying to oe en. coe Pan oo J. Smith-C. Thomas 89-{....,..,, de aooe >oex |
plac "Shula \ouith d Eve my pray ae bape th il he 4 ill } } 1 don't like come-back They Wilson and these pairs finished one re + Sec mae pOOeo-oe POPOL O OOO OOOO OS,
his decision sinee it is reported as being pure domestic jfarnish the lustre of the greatest oo ee in —_ oe or | I, Niblock-S, Toppin 89-12-77 3
é ‘(ONGICTERN ghter and youngsters wh inson anc unte, 1 a eae eee, os. ‘enna DANCE 3
HMED 1 So hen oe |never Saw the ex-champions in|handicap — allow- ft So ae $
ED, an off-spinner, has given consistent performa fc v- Sp eee : ara . ance = i et ad :
eal LS ae Citas aseivat the. We Tndie age s . in| their days of glory twist a scorn- IS tn a nice 70 | Mrs. King-K, Hunte 87- 9-78.| By —
al seaso i age t th i 1 agpur = it ; : | Z e 7 : ae 5. ‘
1948 he bagged 8 wickets and at Calcutta he took 6 aul lip and sneet Pooh! I don’t lgross, which gave Mrs Maskell-W. Grannum $2-| Mr. NAAMAN HOLDER :
3 was born in July and was India’s most consistent bowler | $¢ ° woe everyone made a fuss them a net. 67, | 14-78, & Mrs. P. SIMMONS
in England this year puaen n. one stroke better 4 ‘ nha 93-14- Rr
I have already dealt with Gopinath in m day to day “Who's Freddie, now 33, could not hope|t han Manning a - Munz-E. Benjamin 93-14 on ©
Who’ of the Indian players and so he needs no introduction to local|.0 be a ood as once he was—j/and Rodger who ae? % 7 SATURDAY, 27TH DECEMBER ©
fans, nd there are other people besides | had a 74 gross but | ©. Bayley-H. V King 90-11-79 Sveneeeneny: SEE. 3 Ss
DATTARY GAJARAN PHADKAR yself who think that. only a 6 handi- | Mrs. Beasley-Mrs. Manning 92-|$ “'maGUE constitution Road”
ORN December 12, 1925. Pro- Who, for instance? Why none cap Bellamy and | 12-80 ‘ | Ti. init Dackdatos =z
fessional cricketer, fast me- other ‘than Freddie Mills In his ilson turned in 2 Tay 7) — Suk iw 1 4 ADMISSION | (ite. ; 4
dium right arm bowler and attack- itobiography, “Twenty Years,” a . but iat Ph eR ee id Dancing: 8 p.m. to 2 a.1
ing right hand batsman. A good} he wrote at the end of his descrip- | @ owed 12) ceo | 0$0O$606-0-06660906 om |
lose to the wicket* fieldsman on of | first fight against Gus strokes, which N. G. Daysh-E. B. Williams 90>] Wesesuctoccencccnneene:,
Made debut 1942-43. Went tof esnevich aves & 2 Se 15-84, $|
Australi 1947-48 as ler Even now when at h 4 down to a net 76 : Yerkins-B, Osborne 104-1 “The Imperial College of |
and re n that bas tic ae ‘Sie toe : eRe DS . Mird wien aiages | a diteracets’y ner Tropical Agriculture, Trini- $|
with an riends, it gives me quite a in Dieee: |" ; dad, Invites Tenders for the 3 |
‘ , ‘ 7 ; | s. Wilson-Mrs. McDermott chase f its 440V. 60 }
i that no igh ter can take such|eighteen-hole test and not one|'-” '~- ° eee 5 F ab -oomihatnit 2
lr it ( nishment on the chin and]pair failed to finish. This timc J. Kellman-P. Nurse 100-13-87. ‘ & pa eee @!
th oa) hope to be the same afterwards.” | it proved well worth. while, a Mrs. Thomas-R. Inniss 112-18- une RV tee ae one $3
Our London correspondent to- se va cone night when Mills|there was an unannounced box by | 94, bas Oe ane ices 2 4 MUIR LTD =
lay report : ae . increc os ene, did more } prize well worth winning, Mrs. Vidmer-Mrs. William Further . jletails oe the Plant $ _
CLUB FOR CROP he . y o ne * one fighter to save} and Mrs. Audrey Thomas and Disqualified. it ae - f wile ie He Distillers
NHARLIE SMIRKE, who rode}? "im British boxing by getting| Ronnie Inniss were rewarded for | and | erms 0 _sa e | 1a} Leith, Scotland
t C aaa: $e Ceteben in the [UP off the floor four times in the} going the distance. holing all putts obtained on application | to }
Derby, was seen in different col- }5°¢O"4 round, | and turning in their card in spite 4 WIN the Bursar, I.T.C.A., Trini- |.
ours last week. Racing silks were Like Deep Coma | of its apparently hopeless score of | W. GERMANY we Rees cen encnt ht $ |
png bs sd | . wake »ments inspec >
exchanged for golfing garb whe 4 He continued: “Punching like} 112. SOCCER GAME shail, com. sie Shep ap- 2;
he competed in the Guildford and }ihat really shakes the brain up | eae 4 ye mee
District Alliance bogey competi-}and — cannot possibly ‘do it a q only pair whose card was LUDWIGSHAFEN, plication to the C€ eee g |
tion. Howeve r, he still maintain- | sood.’ C¢ rtainly for a week after-| nol recorded was the combination | Germany, Dec. 22. ° Engineer at the above 4
ed a flavour of the track His | wards 1 found my speech blurrea|0! Mrs. E. Vidmer and Mrs. E West Germany beat Yugoslavia | % oe. ioe Pee A HAPPY CHRISTMAS
i pev the American . lubs the at odd times, and every morning|®- Williams who were disqualified 3—2 in a soccer game watched ¢% na ae —_ for ys ; 2 and
protectec yy covers bearing ie ae oe s - - when Mrs. Vidmer thoughtlessly by 70,000.—(CP) celp of tenders wi e 2
Aga Khan's racing colours—dark |fon seen which wee mone | ee 31st January 1953.” 3 PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
fees ere Sere sae Aaa deep coeur ign Mentions ieee 4 TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
this, anc r¢ ip allordec ry }* . é alse,’’ | — entrmanonenysictinsiai > n 1 {
former Open champicn Alf Perry, who acted as caddie, Charlie and After he had lost the world’s THE WINDSOR PHARMACY)

Barclay
BACK IN ACTION
@NEOFF DUKE, British motor-cyc

his partner Clarkson

in the New Year. He has
travelling at over

the ligaments in his ankle.

finished

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amongst the also-rans.

FOR NEW YEAR

ling ace, hopes to be back in action
raced since he crashed when

NIGHT SCHOOL

B.YARRY WEETMAN, Britain’s top golfer for
With two other profes

‘night school.’
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1952, is running a
ionals he is giving evening
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his talents,
local

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| Since the first Lesnevich fight, for

crulser-weight champion hip on a
ten-round knock-out to the

present champion Joey Maxim,
Mills wrote

“For once the dressing-room
was full, although it was the|?
loser's, and I remember talking to| ¢

Pete Wilson and telling him that
I had never really been the same
as I have said previously, when a
boxer takes a caning like that his/
fighting days are numbered, even |
though he does not realise it at



the time,”

It will be three years next
month since that fight, and it is|
four years since Freddie won

contest, mi

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week’s bloodstock sales at Newmarket. It was quite a|he ira ee ~ will remain | ——
pleasant occasion for the vendors, as anything of ~00d! jpomoter o the game as |, _— 165 x 400 575 x =
quality made its full value. 1‘ ; | 520 x 13 reed a se
There were around 30 mares more than 3,000 guineas was] COLF : | | onic ce 750 x 16
who made from 2,000 to 14,500) Mr, William Hill, who specu-|~——- |4 LAND 500 x 14 + an
guineas, Some of the horses in| lated 5,400 guineas on a brood} ne | | S x a bs aes 17
training sold well, with a dozen mare, | Si . T | | wo x AK .
making from 2,000 to 10,000} Of the six foals to make 2,000 ars ant | FOR 525 x 15 600 x 17
guineas. guineas or over, three will re-| .. | | 550 x 15 400 x 18
There was a considerable de-| main in this country to be trained R | i | SALE | 590 x 15 450 x 18
mand for foals, of which half a| Buyers from abroad were more ye er ontlest pole | 600 x 15 525 x 18
dozen realised from 2,000 to 4,100, interested in our breeding stock ~ | | i 650 x 15 550 x 18
guineas. The moral is there for, than in the horses in training, . cf 1 | | , | 475. x 16 600 x 18
all to see. The majorty were sold Most of the ho in training X enc ec | | ae | 500 x 16 400 x 19
to go abroad. The home buyer) will be on view again next season | ATTRACTIVE } 525 x 16 500 x 19
was never in the hunt, He nosed | but none is likely to do anything SHOULD an international fund RUILDING SITES 550 x 16 450 x 21
in pop on . as accasiane but great : 1 pe set up to help finance the Ryder SITUATED
80; sumer DG GINO) NegUgivle, nevitable Cup contest? Golfers in Austral : iE f /NERS
nH ea ela gp pa This makes sad reading from the | South Africa and Canada demand an Ore eet
a youn ry cue Ps ea 1ome standpoint, It, is obvious} @ change in conditions to allow BEAUTIFULLY Here’s your opportunity to be ready for the
ness and so far as know a hat the economic situation is so|Such players as Open champion nc aoa |
their purchases will go abroad erious that we cannot hold our| Bobby Locke and Peter Thomson, WOODED Tourist Season
Phey peught ten mares at prices | 5wn against foreign competition.|looked on as a world-beater. to BEACH
from 2,000 to 4,300 guineas, Never has there been a better! take part, , a Solace ; PROPERTY
Other agencies were also in the] axample of the scarcity of wbKey But these request ARCHER TOM BOLAND, of Victoria, Australia, demonstrates the special E S
narket with plenty. of money tc lord ‘Rosebery s ial holed hetaines fee Gate PikeOn= | sight that has been fitted to his bow to improve the accuracy of man’s i K : 8
spend. One paid 12,500 guinea: sheec 1s ae 4 A ar the san “ seuittian they do not pro- ancient wezpon. Now when hetshoots an arrow in the air, he will $4,000, $7,000, $12,000
tor it mare and 10,000 guineas for Thoroughbred Breeders’ AeaAnln- Controversy has been revived in} D¢ 8Urer of where it ts going to tnd (International Exclusive) | BAY STREET DIAL 4269
the three-year-old Richer. tion that we still have the best) Australia by U.S.A. Ryder cup
French pay Top Price mares in the world. If things go|men Lloyd Mangrum and Jimmy . 5569 —SOOOSSOPE
The agencies were buying forfon as they are, it may not be so; Demaret on tour there. oe aed : 6
many parts of the world. French} many years before he will have! Said Mangrum: “I would like < ¢
breedeys were prominent and to substitute the word “had” for jto see the Ryder cup contest % Are you Painting or Decorating 3
Baron Maurice de Rothschild paid | “have.” | widened to include the pick of the $ N
the top. price of the sale— In saying that I do not wish to} golfers from all parts of the British % TRY %
14,500 guineas for the three year-] appear alarmist We can well|Commonwealth or a triple con- & x
old fily Enrapt. I do not suppose} afford to lose the stock that was|test between U.S. Britain and md > .
there is any intention of racing] bought for abroad last week. It} Australia.” 2 | COLIN DISTEMPER $
her She is certain to have been|is the cumulative process over the | They Are Equal S in Powder >
bought as a brood mare, next few years I am worrying) Said Demaret: “Australian play- . MANY ATTRACTIVE COLOURS : ‘
en Geant hee gad % 4 age iis 5 eiehadhsiiatd aw ees equal to anything in Britain x Cream, Green, Blue, White, Sunshine & Buff
a e ave 7, é go on inde e, and the best of them st > ir . ae
guineas for Nicky Nook and 6,700] without having a serious effect on the Revie cups? ern ‘should ‘be: ih % Easy to use simply mix with .
guineas for Something Blue.|/the class of stock the breeding] Many Australians. finding them- 8 OR
Other he te abes will intindustry can produce | selves not only cricket and tennis ~ y
future be domiciled in France We have always been able t0|champions. but also a a w power ; ats “heiec Xi wing:
: 1 c lwa) é i s, but also a ne ) ‘ or Christmas Giving:—
and the Marquis Incisa paid}afford a certain drain on our re | in golf, agree with them. , F With a bumper selection for 8 ym
9 oe for one to take back ee, but oo ng wap a ee | United States dominance in the @ HOT PLATES @ TYPEWRITERS. @ WATCHES In Cream, White, Green
to Ttaly. when the well begins to run dry.|past, as I see it has been due to wR S "RICR PPLIANCES ‘LOCKS
Most of the other high-priced | It is also a sad reflection when we | their producing 10 competitors of e TOAST ERS i e OFFICE | AF PLIANCES @ pate ERY For GALYV. IRON or SHINGLE ROOFS .. .
ones will find their way to the|have to depend on money from | almost equal ability while we have @ WASHING MACHINE ® CABINE rs @ 3 va
Amer! cas, North and South. Of the abroad to boost the value of our/had a few top-flight players with @ REFRIGERATORS @ SAFES ‘ 6 TOYS % USE RED HAND
mares that made 2,000 guineas or | bloodstock, weaknesses in the last vositions @ LEATHER GOODS é
over I am uncertain of the des-| We cannot hope to remain on Advocates of a change, how- gee B
i of three. The mepsindss, top of the worid in a racing) ever, ignore the great problem T > € . < ain 3
with the exception of six all go| sense if our studs are to be stead-| finance. Suggestions received at K R HUN Oo t e p e @ e
abroad. : jily denuded of the most valuable! the Prof sionals’ he adquarte rs : ag 4 # 77 a F olen one t Peers 3
pa a I can discover, tne|mares and breeding stock mg in the City are killed becanse of PHONE : 4456, 4267 8
nly ritish breeder to pay «TES the lack of money, ° x
ee ce at ages x ae . .
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ri\Y. ni:crMB!R M. IS;: BARBADOS ADVOTATt l'\.l M\|\ Eorruption On Inrrt'ust In Russia I By W. A. K*-ir* nniniii \ v 4 urnvi >i \s IV\HTII;S I'rcss of %  >unts of %  %  and light. l %  lade i ally with Air Tourist Services April L954 IXJNDON Round-ltM-worU anrvtce .v 11 be operating b> Ai'i .k iM. the International Alt rt Asiooat on announced m andon. Existing cheap service* be extended through EuPainful cramps of "Monthly Periods" stopped } or amazingly relieved la 3 evt of 4 corse* In datto-a' own leafs! • Women ud girls who • %  u • urTrr from UWN function% %  %  ally-caused araaapa. backacftea and aaada c hea and the Middle Eat during com laal upaat and Irritable on eatl*ln -prUrular IUJI" — may often be suf faring quiu unntr— %  rtly duct) la the cooclusloti M doctors IB i I Hajrhini %  a?* Wattaai • UM mil. I ii. %  Iris wu.*i TWO PARTIES were given foi poor children yewrday. LEFT: Lady So 1 pr<*rit Chnstms* Rift to UtUa Michael Barrow at the ChildrenGoodwill Lein.Cieacht yeiei of 32 bablc* who received Rifts. One hundred and forty elementary school children were al*o treated to CnrWissa. far. Sir George 1. Lady Seel. Mr John Bcckle". Michael and hi* nun* RIGHT Mr.. H0. Ramsay tleftl presented gift* to the children at the Cartstmaa party at Canst Church A.oih< mOduve perfujna kn (kiniula Dry I Xmm Oompetttkm CLAUD OMOOIM of Upper This WHS the llrst comi%  • id Prybytkov will ut ha kin I ll feature. ... I ... Ch. Ch. Aluisliouse Inmates Given Christmas Party i III An Turiwd Hack Every W 'eek At The Ports NEARLY Fimr CHILDREN end 78 inmate** ChrM Church Almhous.MUndwJ the Christina* Part] which / SlrwSoaSSi M.i.i.in... !lill and her social worsen ;ii Cnrlsl u*, airporti and aaapori Church AJmsli ,( evening Gifti were .n tntcrtribute,! bj Mn tt O. Ramsay. Wit. ol lb* Amenc-m |& tt ^ P ^P^* IK Second Officer at tha Consulate worat Both .mldnm and inmate* enBefore thepresentation. M, Tftaj ar told that tlie beat % %  Ural half of next year, to South India, .'akisUn and C*y• a lattai halt and ttwoaah Uw r..i KaM tad Pactie curly in I.A.TA also %  anauaoad thai fai the tkr*t tune, fares hn\t beer. illed for scheduled int. N : %  the American West con-t :• r rant A M>okc*man sain tnai MN Uireached b] tm mbtt tlrUaai represent "almost an revolution in air trans' %  Jot an oinpUah* %  Una relief Tea) UMicti %  •ideore show* Ltala Pink ham I tho*( ahi( fc-l-r In arUnn It •awu % %  •r* D. A %  i .irreatid —f.r. ii.is no> yt baaa judged. %  ni.in. Who ujs g)vi m./, tad KIUIU pudding. E v a ham. 1 the winners totl.t> |Q tnanj Uvel Tin PoUoa Band Raaativj atld thai it *ra rice and i .ibadoa and Tliree Who Work For West Indies Had %  IM1* mootaj Goodwill League Treat Chiklren I Imirasnael) ...... | the ,l,: .iinl hrought a j. ...., ;,, iiieti. ban ina i httdrwr i s.\ artahlBg them Happy Chrtataua and pleasant Ne, Yaai Idn H A. Tataa, Cn uni hw ai 1 den ol Chrart Church, thaakad the Aral policy is t.> be i %  to .HI travaUtn If %  iMiasport is out of dale i nrythitig K dona to touch Mlth tlie | br Co n sulate In Lraalon and t*l tar put right. Inn wTaal about 40 people are r-fu u. enter the couatO "ul Ua ntnaaa. I ii'>. name e pame. \ ..e-iYi^ident:of the the liUk inile-n back on the next boat or airplane If he has In spend ., night in Mtihle tittentfon ii-HT arlUl freedom t" hli} mid and igarettes. —I. La, tt\ UM time in" aa atn fcaa IUH I baaa i>ut lull) Into rmranon,' 1 ha %  loailj ol miii national will br carried on touri Igt rather than tlrst-clas* flights and the ecptso rak bans oi Lta la rill be mass rather than] I ga transport %  RaotBt I A I A sosslons have Agreed that llrst class fares Will lie left iiiiehaiiRed during 1V53 In Ihe '' Western Hemisplu-n tin Kai Easi IBd ever Ihe Pa.itlc Than Will on rout* frarn Europe i„ the Near and Middle I Tourist fares aie 20 to M par cent less than llrst class chargra The axtaraaoa <>f tourtn aa m iii baaln on April i next yaar with the ntrodwtton ol • hi n traval within iniroaa and between Kuropa and the Middle East. From Vk>^i Backacha, Rhaumatic Pain Relieved Hardening, panning, odd job* r>Hiud (he house | be a flesiurc again when you are |>N from baOaibe, rheumatic pain>, alitf, aching muscles and imnii, turn£ bago ot conunon unoaiy iruuMei doc io impuniici HI (he blood. Why not get happy relief by taking IXwn". Hj.kachc Kidney Pilh. ITicy help ihckiJn<-. M rht the blood of excess uric acid and h uiipuntie* wfakh e*herwsM might cttllcct in the >y\irin anJ cause di.irt.v HAW A QBSTVM v j mtm at latnda aawi A* M aaalsaa *wViev Alum u iht pnuJ rt**rj ,./ /^M,', fflk fjtaajftll UCWWM e/ all dgei MM 4*J ttommtml fan ttfcittx Jiartt* am.' a owueplK w Ihnr tntnJi arU >srvMsa-i. Ai your D-aiarrar iwatll Pans Through rrom Martiniquo %  ",' ol't.iher l, 1953. tha network will %  tn ich i>ut to lacluda India. Paid*tan and Ceylon with a brunch be. tween Europe and South Africa Then, en April 1. 195*. tounstcuua rlLfhta will i>egin io Raaa Koni: Manila and Tokyo and the Padnc from Asia mi \ itai.i'i' %  > Ban Francisco and Vanioiiver Another branch route will pcovtdi ohaap traval to South An"-" .i .. wall fnougri to fempl even Santo I d saint — niipie 1*'Marcui ilonlal doctors I. 1)1. C. Beltirld by a ... from Barbapractice I NTHANSIT n u relay fag B W.I.A Trmid.. I on his way to Criatobol i A Boardii.g Ottkar ol Line. Aleo arrtvlnl nan yeaterday 7*i!"' iftanki frorn Martinlaua by .W 1 A mtraiiHii for Trinidad. Noel Foatcr-Dav: . fhrist Church Baby WaU1 Colonial ,'.", "; t ; \S yeVrty rfloit LB UaflW Mrs. R. Rudder. Mrs. D. ..; SS, eh.ldren Ashuy.Mr and Kn. H A Talma, waiM, Jeroine iian,;; Cona'Cuc^ mcl among keeps open p h f J' ^f.. co, .?"'f ,, ;l kini ,„ ch-* He I' %  Mrs. S. Healh ,,, ,.„ ,„, Mll .„ %  „. Th,S thanki-d the I.--..I iu-.el.anta and ,,nd Mi Alfi-,1 H M M UUOB. in Fo, I de F...... e lie others who hud donated present*. Mllluent COX, Mr. J. I. T. l)a s now none to sp-mi inChrist, The Creche U a da) iranan Bnjtar, Kb A. Barrow and M. ,.. ,,..,.. with his relatives m I nth Ihe path of eoloured ChildTBB are left there !.y pa.e.Hs C. B. Brandford. I ort-nf-Snaln. 'bout e.oini intcy.* 1 from 6 ajn. to 4 p.m. daiq Spa. ,.,i tan p* i can! discounts I or tin Itnvalllni on tnlanona ol ccavnon Maehuleiu I'.t.test v.iii i. latToducad from -he hlrti Apni |, i53 on mitti batwaan Ne /eal.m.t and Fill. FIJI IT. il.. i ami l An_. -This tbetn ecmodesl mun with his canatderabla rdy in London talanta hag dona rnuch to aUeviata 1 centres. In the suffering of the pool Friendly Rivalry In West Africa .11 tor-DavU, unolhcr working ml :. m-..rd Is krpiaf II one ol mu.ical '?"• "">' "• %  "'>""* %  The \..a. I iimnlat {"*• S" i Symphony Orday. rthlp to the Trlalt, Col. . n brtn brought to thi i. t ol Muilc In Leadou when "'" ""J 0 !" *** ft *S*?J %  L. war Pshe .rrtvad in togl -"" 1 1 elc^ilng '*^*. l ^v land In 1936 and I %  "• bathed and dressed unitorrn of th mder of tha day li ipaBl pi | v.. .: Africa arm iof tha riaaby, rnoatlj friendly, .iroadc-st in Britain and Stan.iiDr, Bcott li the madleal ODVar thntjthm batween Gold Ceatt and guitar, for tha Ntei %  la flald aa In DOt and douhle bass. yettarda) the -lemenlaiy thilother activities. But if then is a She has taught in schools and dran Wan MMttad around a long .-onipetilive element In th. CO l laaai In Britain and has comr0 w of tables. Each was given of pi \A P 05 ** 1 balleti*. based on West something to eat and dunk, that modern condition! d I After thi* they were niven fi.>ren pi-sMiii: forward tOfBjUkfl in ami : ires and other I -teetings recent' i nere was a deem -..ted Chn-t|v when the inaa tree at the %  AlTj U U n a table on a made Us first tup between pUtform and nurses brought the gerlajl capital, l^goa, babies for their presents when f V' 1 1 .. 1 ii i... iduetry. %  ., i %  I by the Both* I I to li ivdealings with i It! the latter the I -. t>i regret. %  ei. then Dr, .lames thi I k talcs. !t gives the life "Miss Davis w.nts to return to aica." Ihe niti%  cmarkahlr ncadeniie W ould like to sstfaMtah in the %  .-I a achool ol tnusk which %  nihs would be a permanent foundation. r %  the '>'•' %  la d \ ratral s 0 Balneford, Honoran Phj tha Queen. Much of his a with it e Royal |,<-nt in selentdif mill) parts of the world In IMS hi undertook in. |nUi malaria at Slnga., d U tii on ol the ,1 linvc thi" I %  niie >. ai North Parataa I. dal r< Ti-unsl fares for services the Padfli *dl be determined by I.A.TA. in Netttrabar, IBM Nowev.i. pravtalan has already boon ni.nle f.>r a special emigrant fare (HUH Tokvo and Ihnig Kollg to Nurth ;.ud South % %  Apnl 1 next p arvlci operate Atlantic and between Britain and East V fo m at i.iu'.dthev'oiid toui i oi II intorna ttaaal ilrUnai' i raeaat naat at pOO ..u,i.>ft will eventually be %  .. high natty, or lourQiuiUltj SbvMJt A OIllClOUS AS50KIMENI OF TOFICES i CHOCOlAIES theie .all ill.< lhar ESl??lorW ,l '•"'•" % %  "i ml] SO, he WM i Kin. at llarva hut nee-c. 32. The V,T Jpne of ti M which crashed into the sou Bum areas^—still prefers thp on thl Ouatcmalan coast on M library n, rat ivarad by [of ih,. public pi %  ;ur people en in lb" Surge> ir Ihuial hurl ha %  Tha Colnm.indel Owl ' %  prompt denial that there Waal African troop I,I, ,.t the I 01 tlnent. THE GOOD OLD DAYS WEREN'T SO GOOD AFTER ALL — Grandmamma had to depend on clumsy, inefficient cookers to do her Christmas baking. To day the most modern kitchen is equipped with the most modern cooker-the one that gives perfect satisfaction combined with the greatest economy the FALK KEROSENE COOKER This Christmas give your home the Present with a Future— FALkS kF.ROSF.NE < CHRISTMAS TRADITION that has been observedH ior many years, and that 9M still continues to Ihe prcs £ cnt day— & A GRAND OLD CUSTOM J; %  HAM DRY M0N0P0LE CHAMPAGNE "THE CHAMPAQNE YOUR QUEST WILL PREFER" SmWimiM*''tM*i*i\Sitif\tsTOK£s a BYNOE LTD



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IMC.I Mil I! BARBADOS & ADVOCATE •<.a M at. MvawM Ba IM ...... MIIMM IIHMI.1 iiil i .' t l'i,.' MORE IIOI.IIIW ilh JI i"111111 Chi isiu %  %  ywu hiit n a the papula) ins mi-! front UM Iwl inmut.* A I j^ l to add Satui %  %  i Thf MMWtl %  tli J 0 tv. Ml (taring : | UM OMMMII Bj :' l Ul am case it I puhl G I will in fad CM %  H ippamitis nt UM or* pi ami because Saturday la U small c • *an *** •*"" W The masses. |e Muplo) * %  Tud < air no; J that the small counl paw will minority tl i ( A3 • %  • lankn i .. i %  u Mill have %  additional public holulas I are equipped with re i %  v family i I i %  %  %  meat i M \ %  -~ wtll in fact I m.u. than v.'ium uumU'i ol %  %  %  %  %  %  II %  %  %  -iuces the less it ears*. Thai %  %  work tn n which %  %  %  i %  I tpei w hich i dwke (Mt IIICMIV %  %  % %  • a tragani UM.I.MHI*. \II\OI \li n BfiOAl MM %  MBF.B 23. 1M2 ii run Bv Brverley Baxt -r M.P. has the i %  %  N N %  %  %  Thiwtati %  ui., ..... %  %  HMD • % % %  .' %  say fur I have Oiil' known him i>egin to disn '" %  i< h w characti "•*' tag wi) 10iW i" "hr gentle %  i' U I Cl Mtur. -.-., %  %  inniraiirH — -in i-owspopors uBtH he t n m %  • Is John Simon who h- pay %  "" % % %  ••• I ladiwllna the 1^"^" .lit think thai lineal life %  l %  %  1914 ear which %  newspaper* from .in sti in %  praise at M good B M cs "' "'• %  .in editor .%  iough %  tack a' oefoie hut dictaphone and %  i ihe II ha* been argued that lack %  .4111111 lUI "g •*' %  SB hour* and then K ughlv '' %  u w.ih'mV"' 1 arauM be n ^ :r,re* rounds of "* a ^ "jJJ, ; ,; l! %  'pkxwhip pour* h naj — to i, n tho calm . would Ihuik noday'* i**u1 | .-,. l.ki'ly ti -iv I the tetSil %  aid fo to Russia. He ar* *hen he to 1 t>r equally he might not like rn1 hall not ui v*h-t I Ihnik of because he i Bitting her* %  %  '" hk.Calitwn I the aaelets %  : ,i, inade h -. %  cnlUoa B9 II i' that th.-. nee,le,l Ui tree on one IT I %  *: %  :for %  .-, %  •. i(e but I I that he died tw jrourik i'M whu hat %  i\ir h.Kir* at a li:r.e tCUrat rnd N* All l'i VII* k> %  > %  l' 1 ruj fTuni raticue" %  > that k %  willCht oham^trength has be I no thst bful old age is the great at-year,\•* who raM s %  Baiety and P*J leapev-. l\d .. really good r I (Marv rangmg S < •<€ Samurt rrum i trom ;-rirs rmu good htatl i kg do u to refrain %  %  ::-. Bkojall *. -i kgat) %  house ho repotU fc tang life and g'-.t fwaith. "Live %  jjjg •-*... n. rumen r. p t ...... J ^^ ( I;U ..*.-. • *• is be." !K4M today kaam i ha %  am 'd m > J • r ** 1 tfw e the? are are e. i • ixrmi. Iv• KM •> 1^,5 . c n^ bnr, rMCtM ..• lmluui> 6ul Mi ^ .rrt^j ,,, m. Q,^, „ A *.i :.*_ > neni i the aw jsd ruigs waam case m aa saa kaah or mma m caoaaki tar as* Laa: tatac. I -J*. weary Pfcmng an — pia t —i H task or ? %  •*.T. •*.* %  %  ktkdaj. Iryiaaj as laosgi-ai asos* Lawk -•perhaps some stcret gf %  gk in o* ke chack. We curse tar %  iU %  a ro wiid l snaderbe so. Cketa ea* Wtaat auw. MC eeosi kssock. 7*^,7***, . r ***-. ** %  • %  *. %  -•g fPBOS DUt hti n a %  ---.— ~r — % % %  — < Street to the rrousaa ofBut %  a r l h iaisa t to be aksteasueau* mg*.' Tsere it >ea ua ores Mac* LUte a oniat a* War ic_ — -— "* !" reaaaaW. rt. ear? aumbe-ras k ..JS CT"^ ^ *£* taad kat C-. pwon rnaaaK oka ycuog at keaax aaWat he arociaim•a tte | liiggji of toe goes %  whe koee been *-t i ra.-ri pal brandtes up oa me when we an>" eaoat ^rtLjtaaaj nag I BBI ; .<•%  ;-.! Bat g ago t went to the Lor-i a*i .t cuniasic?. waaa tke MugMrml B aaojaat at east of auvwnture kaa haft tka> ices, tba when awaac and great iagi ca Wuuakar <*** da> gulu ne lonor sonuaaat. rsrr -- BJBttH-aam^at Our lotjitlti's S,n: Swvaa L-umr V'i~-'' olumu to •.. Banana in %  s da H. Et*. \ > .na \ \ \ 1., %  %  V F. .. ^* %  %  %  V w ^ V I w : inf earssal oBsl Bar as Ban rn will ta*e BsBwa at Oeaea Isvi I thsach on Dec 30, aaa ah* CJag Bar P-opis-'s Treat will B> mmmt We IBW a, the P i aawhasil. Mr. VL aaai Biaa. at the H ngi assi *ign-t Street. Dial rm. or tc asjaa t, Maiiw^U HaU. Ck. Cn_ Dial JJ_* your aai I.MTLFSIIi MOM IS 10 (I MMII BBVNatl l-OHItll VORK. THE tiery atom— tinirst UsUkJ W the um I so powerful that It lfM0> %  kwaar; man's mind—celebrated its tenth birthday •his month. There was a big party at this potent j birthplace, which 15. appropriate!. 1 enough. Chicago. At 9.25 p.m. on December 2. 1W2, the aton.l ;i,;htcd the rtrst atomic furnace or pile as they call it now. They lit it on a! squash rackets court underneath the loo*. bill stadium at Chicago University AT THAT MOMFNT |hf atomic age b* gan. From then the scientists knew the\ could make the atom bomb. Professor Enrico Fermi and his mc. in a race with Hitler's scientists. They had secret information that the Germans ahead. But one of the German scientists—Hitlei made him a scientific fuehrer—had pet theories and these v.. The American team followed the right trail Jubilantly, they brought out a bottle taf Chianti and drank toasts. N w Professor Fermi is much more solemn. For the thint; weighing most hi the atom men is this great questionHow can we BBBBSIWI the new power for man's benefit instead of hi* destruction? A SEW TELEPHONE line is going up be%  BfJ Pmladelphia, H Over this cable, made up of pencilCOfjfNff tubes. 1.800 telephone CtH \ will be able to go each way simi. Or 600 phone chats and a TV pro gramme each way. DO WOMEN SAY this is true or false? "A married woman's greatest interest is hei HIT greatest problem is her bal %  is for her own developI apart from husband and child"—auUnVa, One of her books u> entitled "Prodigal V. General Eisenhowers election. %  unions have been calling off strikes. have been settled subsu: Batata* terms. Bttl la fStkUywood the queerest strike o. •arted. The Screen Actors' Guild orderI 3.500 members not to make aatj TV commercial rilms. On America's privately owned I actresses smoke the btal rltknigaj Polishes .s. the rinest whfky Making "commercials," as these 1 menu are called, has grown into a wealthy The actors want mere of this wealth. They demand a fee each Ui "commerciai" appears, not just one payment when theymake It J deaih toll ir rw .'x.-— ^"-.. t : M.,.,::iV J : :: tfTlllHtl n cotaraeods Srigerprjtting all drivers. He %  %  %  '-eating; drunken drivers. an adaptation ol! the British L for L*eamers system. Cars driven by trrngftn will have %  Olympia 'holding more than 18.000 peoplu Pnncipa. :ad* shows. The senu.: gliding on CgtaWaW | OTtocs" C*arraex o£ Iew York. wil. one wiodow. Bustiikajg men inaade %  TU£ "best oc the BBC." is going; on my radio. New Y 5 %  KBC will present a t hr ee-hour programme ot B B.C "Mas" each Saturday afternoon in J Sample bests—a theatre *pher Fry; The Beggar's Opera" and a from the Third Pro "he Lady s N %  F frorn the Home Prograinme. %  %  v I I go on sale in New Y'ork soon. They show a •rd plietograph ot the Queen and th Duke of Sdlncr-r.ee House. A waeood box shows the Q u ee n at the Trooping the Colour Americans are told pacturea were submitted to tike t>gaa m aad the Duke and were their rirst choices. naxVuis von KOTCH naati ,„d HIM• %  %  -I'iriia tnm m mm *•*' "' We I I.'II'. 'Il(il— groml Slrrrl Ihr fawn la 'SLlKSE^i KOTICE Our IIARIUVARK Ik-parlui. M ill l>f USBM on Salurday !th PlClS %  > %  I P '"• %  • %  •* dftltaa] tfl Saturday 2Jlh all day. WILKINSON 4. IIAYNF.S Co.. Lid. G S. PITCHER & CO. nm-m.**-. BECKttlTl! -TORTS Could sgoj aH 'r.t •.-*.- nsBBal 1 %  BBSK %  shaoa 11 BM [aaa • •Jmr big %  Caa^BgWas. t'Aewr t-rxadd a> %  hanfsoe bat of donjons. %  serr' 5.00 %  %  3.M Mesjaw. Garr^ %  nw w.-i Gast -**r' tffa Baa k r iJBBMnj i" 1 a n Um— V.i< — •*^Jn> acrat


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TUESDAY. DECEMBER J3. I95J n.\KR\IH AIIVIH \1l: PAOl THREE New Finance System For Kenya? 'Consolidated Fund Will Be Recommended LONDON. Kenya may lead the Colonial Empire with something new in internal finance as the result of talks )Ua1 pleted in London. The Colony's advtser-obaerver at the Commonwealth Economic Conference. Treasury Secretary. Mi. Wilfrod Padley. camito London HUM weeks ao for discussions with British GnwrnmeYil financial experts. And on the ''vi' M UM Ml conparti ints 'are adjusted ference he told me of his plant to and presented recommend that Kenya adopt the It would mean too that, because 'consolidated fund" system of of the unofficial major i v. in Legtsroplng with aovcrrJOcnt iptndirif Uva Council, the electorate would when he rMunta to NairOM. have a more direct hand in omtrollintc iiovernment apvnding. This system, although operated Th,, -consolidated fund"' sysuy the Dominions, has until now tern would carry with il another been looking on as too advanced important change in the Colony s 'or colonies. So Kenya may IKthe financial set-up. testing ground for the real of th. if the system were adopted 111 Colonial Empire if the scheme U |i fc entirety, head* of Government adopted. departments would be responaiB;it alread> Ken>a ha* taken ble> for keeping their rnort 'dvjnljge than the other .„unts. And thi decentralisation colonies of decentralisation of w ,,uld mean greater financial recolonial control to push ahead it* %  ponstbilitr for them than ihev financial system. have at the moment. In effect the "consolidated fund" f^l, doaptte Its immediately ap.ystem will mean that the consent p. irr nt idvantages. the proposed •jf the Legislative Council will av atatn %  -* %  .nM |i ll b not mean have to be sought before any Govslau cutung. If anything it would emment Member can draw depart->robnbly Involve an Increase in mental spending RMXM3 OUnUnfl staff. As a result, the government Mr Padley. however, hopes to would know at any time exactly lw :ihio Io conv inoe the Kenya how much money the colony had r.i.vcrnment that the system would In the bank, instead of, as at more than p^y j or lr ,e extra -*ff present, having to wait nearly six needed. months btfore the respective (!cSometii |-\IMB AT UillllrMIH RoloAS iQ wines for Quality and Value BUT A BJOTTLB TODAY' CHILDREN of Bay Street wrr. %  .taged by pupilof Queen'College and later at Wood.m. Q | I I ing A play was Aluminium Companies To Help Govl. LONDON Canadian and British AJumi nlum companies will help laancii the Empire's biggest ever Individual project — the £144 million Gold Coast Aluminium development scheme. e before his provisional departure date, December 19, Mr Padley hopes to complete his report on the proposed accounting system. But n* will have to tit the *ork Into his closely-knit programme covering the Commonwealth Economic Conference. Women's Cluh Entertains Rich Strike Of Uranium Ore In !\. Rhodesia The United Kingdom's bic for the scheme, in principle. ha* been given in a White PapM i aented to Parliament Britain si.. prepared to put up a maximum " of £5? million The alumin SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay Over 100 children •• %  i nti rtalned by the members of the Women' ChlB on Friday afternoon at then Club Room in Woodsidc Gardens. Several %  il ilegc veiy V/tilfa and gav* | perform;inr !" for them Which started with the kinging of a enrol. There were t;ip dancers. and a cl< By CHAPMAN I'lS, lit K An [irtportanl strike of rich uranium i : % %  Lho ttorttng point for Bill iponi and %  tonvpowor projoots—%  : Nkana, in v k al I 'Itus i.. discloaod i)> Dr. Charlei K Davidson, chief geologist >f tinAtomli I i. all. but Santa and hia Keuwievi, little Valerie Cole's singing H.A.I Fighters Io used them Cs-f'l isltlfll ll Hl^lleS *VIV lurinei hiruti %  IOI'I ore I Fr.nkly I i D ft On gmill Sen MaiN Hetirinia Si Lucta under Captain A s I ftd la the Schooner O.vneiSeawall f"K. CunSdent I C. More. I -,: %  BfcKMtfa I ITMMB Clart* companies — Aluminium Ltd. and Sc „ Mrion niie Wolir. 'i I the Brltijh Alunumum Company Buti.h nuiana .,mi-t r.pi...: i.rry are prepared to invest £48 mili^ n ^ d u "^ •" o*nw." *-lion, while the Gold Coaat Govg^, t-d S IK1I>I. S tom. i !" m st eminent and private Investors i i is pointed out would be the natural market for mo-t of the Gold Coast metal but the smelter company would be under obligation for 30 yeirs from inttitil production to offer U.K. buvcr-> not less than 101 Of the natal produced This would give I'.K rorummer* around 00.000 tons %  y..,iin the early days of production and a minimum of 157.500 tom "hen full capau*. H.M. Government in 'JK. favultf participation i.i the scheme as furthering the pcllcy of encouraging development of Commonwealth resources at well as contributing to the raw matorlalf of the c K. 11 H . %  Guided thw delighted them BMKfll %  all balBg daveiopad I i lota of refreshwill show %  %  Cl md tanai Lord n< i i %  i. ipdDu Hey, l •' Mkeiy left in a happy mood. Vf An Mn ilD .i blgbtar raoBnUy< Vounu t'luh "l asuai not 111 bi Bwafi dub rtlhntali la •*2P* Infanrv hl..it iiMiving r '"' "-A.I win ed I'll* h. .olalmosi antirei) mtii British .. plan i '. ' %  Urst THERE'S DANGER IN THIS WORM %  il wtlfara organu many itlons. and : the inembera have been pkated u to help wherever possible '"' The club ha. a.. iU leader ener„ Wl U the linei getic Mrs Scott who m —m ..r toni-rnjW hbjh-ayiBi imtiei '1 %  her many houaabold dUtlgfteS •. " ***** time to help with iSBtion*. organ. W*-to Vi Sii l;.-. %  %  i i 0I ,/ \ v Rw i..m i...,u.--i,. :. of the Vulcan, sain tl H n> lully load A up. return to Britain, th. i n ". aaain to New Von ill day. i • I uian!• %  >->. o C ARRIVALS BT IS I A Fran AUlfaa— On %  • T B.our CbenaBl cultural MatCtkaW HK1MI i'HIMIIHI \/IM DISPERSIBLE lo\M)l A l'i IMIIK I Of lni|M %  iiil < hriniaiil | I'll.I I IIIM II I II ||S) I III M P H ENOVIS BRAND IHIKNO'liriAZLMi ^^ i %  % %  %  ind %  %  l39 %  Bar* Par 1>li.la>d-lie. 'a C TaloJ TttdOf. A Tiieae V • Smne.. S BkOUMi O J Itale*. Aniw-tp N Ml %  r HuUon, M Leaii Win If II M.H.W. I MAIL NOTICES %  a M DBPaavn ass BI B i I rh> i v %  a .... r. M Mi i itaaal L uR 1'• '• 1 %  %  %  -111 I. I %  SPECIAL DELIVERY LIQLEL'R PORT SHERRY CHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL Fruit-drink Glauuarc — Juies and Tumblen in riilmirlnl designs And Xmai decoralfd Table-runners I h.ili. and Drip Mali itutH.xnos 10-OIK 10TTO\ FACtOnV LTD. Reach at the Take die what! ot a Morris Oiford IR a facl-provaig oemonstratioe drtea. Here is a car Uui u going to gwe you a lot of new found sali.factma in oionomiuil motoring, and save you money in operating %  ad maintenance coiu. It i* roomy. iih a suipemion aystero Uas* makes for *nooib-aillng" over the roughest roads. Powarsd tor high average .peed* and imprennv acceleration. "Ouslily firat'Bs •wary detail lo rrt Jin it. par cnalny anJ tine tlyluig over the ysaaa. Saw be ihr rudtt. Ttkr Ue wAstt at 100m oi we sea, L/xfavcl FORT IIOTAL t.AHAt.K LTD. Phon 2385 Sol* Distributor. Phone 4504



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PAGE SIX RARDADOS ADVOCATh TIT.SDAY I'll I Mill I! 2:1. lM St. Winifred's Paying Off Debt Old Girls Render Great Assistance i had PHasDay it SI Winifred'* number of staff change* thai $-houl look plan'*ar UeaMJttlpJZeas Mi's J C. Sealc III Mi* MinmInct had reUred_ane her rtfMfl said th thanta m the thirty yean of faithful efT. rr T the Old Girl*' AawclaMiss Cowpei had rest; tion and the g h at ositj lamalM chant* ami othei friends of 'he Ml H school the del. on IM !. %  I • WPI—%  Ho a, >n holiday In Barbados Working Men Association Make New Bid For Members j si \ :;. EN lined to r>. rit Workingmc French lady Association ii in rapidly and soon it will be political force to be reckoned and significance 10 them. The Federated Indu-' Agricultural Workers' Um.ii of .. .well.'had tak. fts fmer positll i. prpposed to open the FairderS-ia^afhasfSwarded IDTO^ I. yearago toll Home for indent child** £ 'tttnTS*£d NTo^OrgSnt .-rl> next year. This has been „ lton -„ iru ,he arrest of Mr tuced, Tt was owii K to Old Oirir came to me K-IWI i-> sw ....-. •ection* of the community, had a made possible through the genera*i ,_ %  .. !,„,, vJl p !" irf*,i,.f efforts that the school .as starting until the time ywrwtotett. u .. lp. and al one y of Mr. Lew,. Punnctt. a retired A J "J \ !fZ\, ".'. ,7,1 T-adc Ch*i next teim. ium to the school In England gi 1( r .., -faction secured foil out planter, who abou 8 years ate u^^ Federation or Trade Two tvpcwrr.ri*. three office desk*, whenIM worked. Mrs. ^ MU lai elected memmade p g.fl of 10 acres of land lo TKT^W ...K,,* k. ^ ,i to* the" %  ..':' '"' %  "• •*" %  Ev *' l >" Sf? ''i' 1 ,or "v';""" beri o. lha Legislative . ounol the Anglican Co.nmuS.tv for the ta VZ %%£„ **,£ A&ta&rsS .-. had all been pr vidad %  .u ren one. itly. posts In town • ^ Jo His Honour the Adm nshut, r of part of too pro*asd. or the Wa. rt(J kprs p,.^,, >nd mtwr. Wo,k . .Urted through the SaTtrTiuZy^^fortntoS Fair held M the school lastOcMrs. Denn.s Worme WtiMtln 01 Rt Rev II N. V tt '?,.<, ,^ WFTV ?h5 tobtrta ^'iSSZSS'JSi MT MIS* Oarvie. a graduate with i tudo of the Mrlo I.<' r 7J> hat hm. g£* ' ,t I diptom* Joined < U! ., task proved too much for the g K ££' m 0 d ",, n ^ Je Fier,, h Crone Sand and • oMhe ewht ocks In 't,' nummembers fonned what wa known the work and to wirier. 11 Old Girl had to %  • Th^ Eiphth Arm. -' | hJ alin nromn-l sttassss*of tto aehool %  %  • u "' II ai Ubtrotlosii bul ipiH tv* yt-. | vn hie %  • %  .. Iof Heetlnn nmmise* hnve undo) t he Oui. • %  i i %  '. the $..<' -I then Itip. %  wer to an Mapeal ( %  atoryl for % %  w*ork< vear Mr. Ilcftt rmraior; .-..idren hnd been iT smof Aunt WMfccwn forward to I ll %  r ner added, und the school was n"t gratefiil V(litoM „_. ^. %  forlhi. help ..r l.v A mi „ %  Girtj had to extended Ubrai Ttanporary arraoaV1 licence. Inj providi-d AoclMio' Hoverplane 'S'hml^ \1JM *larl So in One Ol Hi manufacluiers given Pri/i's for wnJ b was fiat grateful in ll if rxpeniix'c books; and continued MUsSeii'.' ,: lo hank other kind donors whose names are on the pn>ci Mr. Clifton Wright, besides girted a i'!'" 1 for <•<** sportsmanship h;ni prtao t rt ed her with itfiiufiictuiers i planning to open bralnlai s<-hool at whfch pilot* I'lll be able to put In thr riving mg. t* erected. ..i her hair. The fourth tableau ,uc for u During the afternoon -bowed a youthful bridal couple kXM i,y the sea )l( ind ,. Uta and aUver with touches .i„ iisn market stand*, earh pr< • i boUQMOt I Bold on the biidegroom** costume. This Dlsabtth, eld. %  %  I JatlghtaT si James 1. inherited all iU Uie th. The eatrrtamment reflected tl .of her grandmother AdimiilMratcr Hun. H. II. OarVey Inflii'-nee of Coronation Year. Aft | Bootg. Her marID Doe. IM7. Tuc ctmuted co( Omrorl ll h twtvoj Chatt for the >mging of the School Song, n<1|(l Wils H popular an event as ll ilW.OOO of which 198,000 tot .vhich she bktaed him daily! ht JeTUsatafn,'' than wag %  pteylel ^.m „f uUr own t^ucvn, for her been provided by CD. Ac W. fundshad also given a T-inu, Hat for which told the storv of Princess bndegroom, the Elodor Palatine. The building when lompleted will the aecond lawn which would ho Ilosebud's marriage with the Sn ., p ,, 1-nI> j nt n wv w ,.,,. M „, on | y H dd to the comfort < %  ; "My for l(W next term. A netDragon in order to save her father's ihowD a pathetic little girl. Elizavendors and customers bul also lo I all field was also being prepared city from destruction. Thia wa. tic h ,i flU ghter of Charles I who the beauty of the town lhanks to the generosity of I acted l p nine ,>f the MMN "t UM described her last inle.vicw with friend nf the-srhooL and she heped srh.rtjl. all of whom looked moat ,,,., rather, At thi* point two '.hat that too would be in use next allraetive in their flower costumes DtrifJ V"..Iiand "EngUnucr toe auspice* of the Extraterm. i f.ii"ed bv an bhdortcal u,,,^-' iron sung to |to girls of %  > I DapaWmoiM two loeturai _, „ I :i.pae of England's lhp Upper and Middle Schools, were delivered at the Court Housv The %choi-'Mc work <.f thi Elirabetha." First came a short A 1( ,iher tableau. .. i 11 ill I n school had been she felt -u.c.-s, crne portraying the meeting „f (i ,. 1>r( c m rt-tIC daughter, folthe Anglo-American CaxIObeon In fully CWtted M during the past Edward IV with the fascinating i, w |. This Eliubeth married the Tl j^tf^gjM &*3&i22:33L \stttJStimjL sra in aovan subjects Patience Sumi-.er daughter Rlliabeth of York w rw ne nostril of dead statistics her classes. Some of the work Queen Elizabeth I was preceded ^'uabeth II, trident in hand. ,,l,d U'vcn life, interest. done b* tier pupils this term by a sonnet reminding u> of the landing in the chariot. The '" %  %  — could be seen on the way to tho splendours of her reign, and endSenior girl* then grouped them-^^" ~ library. It was Miss Marker who uig with n prayer for our present selves round the chariot nnd had painted Ihoao realistic seaQUIWI Gloriana looked Impresing a "Song of Britain" and horse* on the Barbados. Man Seal'•oat-of-srms" of ive *.iUi n htr violet and gold dress a big upstanding ruff of loea with pearls festooning from Edward German's I DKland." "God Sa nbeth." ^TCA Use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP You'll feel so Ircsh and encrgcit after you've i J I huo" Toilet Sojp. Its decpc>cansing lathCl y ftCcS you Of weariness, keeps you frcsl BMicll longer! For fmhncs* ill dgy *nj every dtj — use Lifehuov Toilet Sojp FOR PERSONAL FRESHNESS ALU Ds 1/MMrUM-l I 2 We Extend to our Friends and Customers Sincere Wishes for a Happy X'mas and trust that the New Year will bring you much Prosperity CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD ?BiItIililIIXaWMIlM^ a BYNOE LTD -*. %  WECKLY Hightn to Montreal nnd Toronto. DAILY flights from Montreul to London, Glasgow, Shannon. Regular flightn I lsr (T~^^'rLTrT:.~T!.T. .!r.'ir r l!:' tmmiifidnm,!!—. SANTA IS DELIQHTED WITH LOVELY RANGE OF BISCUITS PRESENTED JACOB & CO.


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agreed to remain open for ? ia tee ‘te | ne Ambassador Carlos

e e UNITED NATIONS Dec. tr tol ‘“ pati
PARIS, Dec. 22. || morrow, | ™™ “°° |) The U.N. General Assembly after | on ‘Monday’ that Japan cel Salve
PREMIER ANTOINE PINAY, first postwar|| ,â„¢> bramer ome of tue | fn jday reject mt over | she Js peace loving and auaited

, an o! . 5 a) « , ‘ ) ” { 1 Nation nemobers »
Premier to curb infiation, resigned early on Tues-'| Batnoril Gap will not be | Whelming majority the Soviet reso- id ee mag
day before the National Assembly had chance to|| effected by this change im | |!Hlon calling on | it to conden | The delegation headed by Tos-
‘ closing hours. alleged “mass murders” of the } . } led upon Remuk
vote on three confidence tests on his 1953 budget Korean and Chinese prisoners of pine Mission Sent
war in American camps q ol
programme. } } re to ask his suppor
The premier who several times had been near} STATE | Five Sesjet, qountries voted tn ly wa

} favour. Forty five countries voted 77 UFgamesal

breaking point during the nine months and 15 days ; ae against and ten, mostly Arab |
| : a ie pl t eace
in office, announced his resignation because of the} LOTTERY joan countries abstained, The } ns not that Japan
Assembly was in continuous ses- pproves of the act
{ by their militarists but

“impossible attitude taken by the R.P. party. a RE rE |sion for nearly 14 hours to com=
R.P. or Catholie Republican announced earlier, in| Ji CTED plete the agenda so as to adjourn
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a debate that they would abstain during the night’s LTS EOE ha PO The Soviet Union had asked the

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votes, thus virtually assuring the Government’s; 4 motion moved by Mr. Uriah General Assembly to “condemn e Pt is one
defeat. | Butler in the Legislature yester-|/anq Chinese prisoners of war in at the
onfidence votes faced; day urging Government to initiate | American camps and to “insist . The
mier Antoine Pinay but they) a_ state lottery with which to ‘that the United States take imme- id Romulo they
e T were but lost in c¢ infusion | subsidise basic foodstuffs in view | diate steps to end brutalities com- 1 ney a = to call
Nine Nav al t he dramatically backed aj} of the very high cost of living; mitted by United States military A “ mavecntage:
c proy to boost alcohol taxed 25! was rejected by an overwhelming |authorities against Korean and pie € Philippine

‘ per nt., and promptly made it a: majority. cons prisoners, and should call :

Men Arrested third confidence issue. { This was the Legislatures’ last |those guilty committing those] ii SES An! | Ul

| ar 4 m a tino 3 pe " e ‘+ nak ”
Pinay’s blunt “liquor or lodg-|8t for the year before going into ;crimes to strict account.

t ais | month long recess. Mr. Butler; The Soviet resolution con- 6
ba HAV Arig Cuba, Dec, 22 : ame : ——. a " ai ee submitted hat such a mation ldemned “criminal action off STR JOHN SAINT spins the “wheel” for the Barbados Boys’ Club Raffle at the Plaga Theatre last night 23 ie. Ss
Nine Cuban former naval en | taxes fo re st time & vu





arrested on Saturday on charges | 5, 1948 and already, raised a solid would bring untold relief to} American military authorities in pe TE Re was B-—8110 which wins the lucky holder a car, There were four other prizes and
of subversty " ‘activitic are to be Wall of opposition against him thousands of persons by way of | Korea which violate the elemen=| ree ° a + R tvalanche
release trom uiison Ane hela fiom the Communists on the left buying essential commodities. Mr | ary principles of hur Aan ity Sad ) A > >’ ' ,
under House arrest until eport | to peasants on the right. Butler said that in Malta, Brazil !human more ality and violate inter TI ‘ G ° ] W | | ¢ OS Oo Ss At “ui , e q ‘
on their activities has been com- It was a complete reversal of/ and Venezuela all of whic bh} ni itional law.’ 1 rir 10 | ‘ Buries Bus
pleted. his adamant “no new taxes” stand!were richer than Trinidad, lot- The Soviet draft said the} 7 ; ae j e

The order for their temporary | #¢4 came with an unexpected | teries were the vogue and he did Funited States should take “urget ae ! N Wot ae \‘
release was given toda Navy | suddenness late last night when/not see why Trinidad could not|measures to end such butchers ac « Vé 1 ai ? ra wii VIE Neu, bt ne
Chief Jose Rodriguez Calero pped into the Government} follow suit. and prosecute those guilty of thest ‘ . J \ nehe ried san



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and announced in a few Mr. Albert Gomes tagged the|crimes. & » St; . \ mus in At tberg Pass on
The Soviet delegate Gromyko & e¢ n nm airs lor night killing persons

The men are eight former’ sentences that he would ask tax| proposal by Butler an “economic a6
it te

officers and one former nav } on amendment to his budget. istletoe”. Mr. Gomes said price | speaking in debate said the Soviet y i ‘ TT ‘ 1 ) injuring vast four
Sete tales une a nendment to mistletoe”. Mr. Gomes said price | speaking in, Gene apted by "ney ee Car For Holder Of Ticket B-3B110 aso vie ei ua ost ol













i > N . ; levels of essential foodstuffs here ¢ y
“—_ Ruiz Navy Chi n the Sharp Increases were lower than in Jamaica, Bar- | and ee ater oe Little Valerie Glass, the six- illed were foreign tourists
& 1 itic of rye ‘ vi on a te ae itted by United States authori- ar-olc . i 7 orle : ‘ ’ the Satan olidavs
the on | rt It ndment proposed sharp ~— oe Gre Ora t the Trini | ties we the islond of P Phot “te 8) or roan Ro meee a c rid’ | THE lucky holder of ticket B-3110 won a cay + ‘ a : ‘ yotep holidays

a , , aa ae Mr. Gomes said that the Trini-| tes © sit ongam “a8 lone sle, istan da Cunha 2 ; : 4 \u n Al

< an On. WORS: BESERR a ne cane sors ok asataeiaid dad Government intended spend reported in many news services.”)}ritish Colony in the South At-| the first prize of the Barbados Boys’ Club raffic i ire still investigating the
he ee te saturday | tion of war wrecke sing ¢ le $3.7 sidi j itic, hae er greatest il : A ti ietermine the exact
Sel “Tet “sisehe en Yl Miguer pensions for war widows. |ing $3,752,000 on subsidies Gromyko charged the United|\imuc: ad her. greates Eng-| which was drawn at the Plaza Theatre last night sso The Sea
bed been appre : 2b cinlt gray pees ea i “py mith sniping J Somnunist| nd three days ago, And tha before a large number of spectators, which com ter brought to the
had been app ng active| against every attempt at increas-)] [""" ese and Korean Communist). to go to bed | f : . Pe th I driver who
navy officer n t t | ing these credits ch he claims ART HEADLINE i ; evens salt aaa bd = The-time wa ix o'clock, Val-| pletely filled both floors of the cinema. nanaged to escape

le e th c Li ) tr 4 0 a et ft no > as 5 6 BS a { € "s € i eit ” ive . “ ; . -j i } 7
ae - f e} wd ala a : fT 2 ther sound of | Semerinente, He said: that in. the je nl al t ~ % : but at RS | The other prize tickets are, 2nd, the fr igidare, rh vas en rounte from

> anda persuade « to joir inflation unless 1e assembly com- pe é “ os oe ck I 1e ouse it “ton A : . Lang to Stuber , ot ieee

in an armed re¢ lior t jbined it with a specific source of fheie men 18 Bag hag Middlesex, where she is staying B 0457; 3rd the radiogram, M 2100; 4th, the Singer ail in the ee eee —
Government:—U.P, ew revenue —— reir eyes “gouged ou i 'Volerie was asking if she could . ‘ : * vate pring ‘

aa gs Phat aniiNtmoiit proposed to get American forces “burned” 18 pris- | z to Bed. Pes ey Sewing Machine 0-1145 and 5th, the Raleigh yuried by the avalanche one mile








oners alive in a flame throwing]

; sutside Langen as it was passing
bicycle, R-1459. SO MACE eat ee

500,000,000 frances ($27,375,000)


































































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i ' i experiment. It wasn’t that Valerie was tired | ay to three
x fc extra reconstruction and i¢i ri | | Hower £ tt follow " | sort
ew Pro oOsals Foor | oso , 2 ee ern |. British and American delega-|oit from all the new wonders ouers of the “following t > rou ing resot
roposals For Suan tiem wrtetonte aaa: et | Vo _ >. Ramowul tions BEE Hto laughter at thes aa has been discovering after | Likes Will ae pate peiees of. $4 wo restec UP,
‘ s ag Se aa ” >) | DOLLS | allegations. coming from an island with a total! each:— B-—4668, B42 ia .; ‘ —
: Persian Oil Dispute yy ene taxes “ wine, bert TAX ON | | HOUSE The debate ending at 4.45 ain. population of 244 | 2303, R—0878, O-—-3216, M--1001,} ,,,,,, Woden ane é iq ior is well as other \ | was the longest and latest on It impl that Valerie | B—4578, O—2195, O—1018 and ( ’ ». PROECOCAN SX ert , ce ( f \ imdsor
LONDON, Dec. 22. 1 oholic products. HOMES 1 record in the Assembly When| knew only single-storey houses. | 0551 arrested, one by a policer
Ane sources said U.S.! Pinay said he would go along gre. it was over, delegates left to}. She had never seen stairs in When the number for the first pond to di te the other aft Re turits To U.S
m yassador Loy Henderson will |W ith raising credits if Deputies a begin their Christmas holidays | hous s before Bed for her was prize was announced, a man jn ats : 1D 1 " 1" ; ttach t} My
ae = A a ne\ Oe ak would stand up and be counted {and the Assembly will not re ‘ upstairs, and Valerie wanted to); heatre shouted out Lot Dc lic I b te k } laa M | W YORK, Dec ?
10ns or le n nian ol is- | fo is t ( ie . ie thos tairs ae ae ’ . a eman took plac Vic i v
pute wher’ he returt Teheran Ne ‘ fs ixes to go along with | convene until February 24. bes was» Pky ie the day | muh at the wheel but no of¢]'The assailant was over iby} The Duke and Duche f Wind
from Washington. The main idea 5 ‘| Gromyko got the last word. | i a vd tmbed the atin : umong those . present indicated os intended victim and later j rrived from Europe and the
in the proposals is that production Tote as - He denied American and British i ‘ rant.creat.,ollicially that he was the holde repeats the announcement
proy I ote on Measure ¢ | Valerie Gla great-great je .
and marketing of Iran’s oil shall]. a 2, charges that his allegations were} jpoot—oranddaud! of Tristan, Of the lucky ticket. Prize winner seo sae Tate ; ‘ ould hot attend the
be a combined operation by the Then he tossed: his bomb into Bs |for propaganda purposes These da Cunh fir cai ‘ ernor| Will go to Central Police Station rat n iy: if up a Eur¢ r 0 Up
world’s major oil cqampanie and | the veary assembly which had jare fac undisputed fact he} wit ~ Gi his morning. at 10 o'clock witt | pean ss arreste 1 ( isa 2
dts ad acd 1a i = ( ifte olice « ATS, STP
not a British monopoly. been oa almost comets es session | de clared U1 | She has been brought to Eng-|their tickets where they will be }him in the leg , rl e Eu nt
‘ since 9.30 a.m. on Saturday morn- Mr. G M t | -- {tar rdian Mz Marjorie} presented with their prizes ' ae ; j
t is iderstood that the WW . ne 1 WV \ k é 1ose name was withheld was ne
. ne Se fin Tran G q eK: cp .|ing and asked for @ confidence airy us | teaching in The wheel was spun by Sir Johr nin 1 serio onditior | *)
app - . as “= a : Gt Bs a = ao on the measure. 8 ia Cunha ind whose|Saint while Mr. G. Lewis of th | om
N n the f i glo- ommunist speakers promptly P $200 |; ‘3 a tkills 30: nine : man tharée| a a . pH Meanwhile a delegation repre
American note which will stress ae ed % in 1usbar le mT Barbados Turf Club assisted him : I
the need for expedi ; atte. Ae lied the move a demagog- ay e until he died ir oar Also present on the platform when | Erne ont French eer of Shopping Days
nent f the il di ite for ran’s gay pee i . x , The child “A chosen from the wheel was . , et wer the protectorate was scheduled te
— oe tie dis} or Irar As the debate continued past (From Our Own Correspondent) 150 Injured the ialaid? hildren to be edu-|: ee ae eee +l return late today from
Since the British evacuation of| Midnight it look as if GRENADA, Dec, 22, / vated here, Eventually, it is hoped,| Boiice, Major teaies Chief Fire | where it petitioned the F before \mas
Abadan, the not undesling,|~ ay swould. arrange a compen: i: Bi. mee Calry wae, Oe set JAPAN, Dec. 22 she may return to the island a8) Omer mr, C, Jones and Mr. M..0.| pond re enttiiey deena ee . :
oil production Middle But he said: “In view of thefing ordered by Magistrate Basil | i ake - pio ‘ ea 22, a teacher, but this will be left for stun ¢ nd Fitz P ticks Gr a hand in putting down violence Se asa ae
East centres and el ‘ein the sible attitude being taken]Dias to pay $200 or three months | : - ing explosion ripped | hor te decide ee nt eae oe —UP.
world has been to off- , I immediately tender my }imprisonment in default finding ciate fan cowawting a ‘ ee . ; , dieilei cnentepaenaaiiniina talniettetaldediemniansiegenns -—-_— ly
atid it ad : a PS nation.” i agoya dockyards leav- n three occasions a number
| set the | f 1 Irar eh —_ Oe “8 W. yaa ae ing an estimated 13 to 30 persons Floods Threaten was drawn that had not‘been sold
| The note will warn Iran that ‘he announcement caused a wy ” ta y e I “am A dead and as many as 350 injured. | and a few times a number that
; any long delay in tiling the | Sensation in the packed Chamber |*®© Peace and be of good be ves United States military poliee 9" I K v4 was too high came up, The whee!
Anglo-Iranian ‘oil dispute, will| Where political opposition to the iour had forfeited same by stag-jand Japanese authorities who dug 25,000 my rance had to be spun again. While the
make it all the more difficult for | 5ixty-year-old tannery owner had ing on November 11 a public|/through the wreckage searching in ral ‘PANCT . 99 | Wheel was spun for the first prize
major oil companies to handle|t growing steadily along with|Meeting at Queen’s Park without|for the dead and wounded said BORDEAUX FRANCE, Dec, *2,! id during the short: {titerval of
Lyan’s oil. the weakening ot his programme. |%iving the Police due notice. the exact casualty figure could A railway embankment stood)" ion Hatha’ the tdket waite
maid, The session was suspended at once|, Mr. Gairy had been fined $24/not be determined because some | between 25,000 inhabitants and] Checking betore k v3 a Tol ie ri oy
end Pinay left the ‘House with his by Magistrate E. A. Heyligher on|bodies still were believed inside |The mounting wool ki rt a, the Saat te ate r ‘ sd lent
e a as fille 1 Ge 2 * iw squads a c eatre was sile
TE hy : Minisiers, It is still believed|the Park meeting offence. Thejthe gas filled building ae aes Wor a4 i ‘ When t mber was announced
ELEVEN TO DIE possible tha A 1 l occasion of entry into bond was The blast, the worst in Japan|helped by firemen and troop n the nur row ink
p rsuade P Taher ae or when Mr. Gairy was convicted |since the end of the war show- | total of 6,000 men—were fever-|it was as though everybody had
NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec, 22 tet es ae ered the block > ith fly-|ishly sandbagging the mile long|begun to breathe again, After thi
; 4 cision } y Magistrate Dias for the use or) ©rec e six block area with fly BEINg 5
Eleven Kikuyu tribesmen were| °°°!!0! U.P, threate ings language to planter |i2§ wrec kage and deadly ammonia | roadbed eople chattered and looked on
sentenced to death by hanging Louis Stratie, . F gas. Rescue efforts were ham-} The flood was expected to] with lesser concentration to the
here today for murdering a Euro- Dp k ( . pered by fires and by heavy gas reach its crest later today . spins for the other prize
pean farmer last October > Ed y which spread through the | terd iy a hastily built sandbag Before the spinning begar
uke dE inburgh k wrecked = buildings Unites ene yon a ag on by waters! Colonel Michelin said that jt wa
a N Oa States rmy estimated 30 per-|after the river ac PrCVIOUS!Y | the t} ird affle of ts d H
’ Pilots Plane ancy es eons killed 150 injured. burst a conerete dike. Up to now th aa a Sir : Toba Phd pone as
Faces Mav’ peau In Bahamas | —U.P 1 500 pe ;ons nave Deen evacy itod | asi ilinstha sabia: ghd bir, Dee
LONDON, Dec. 22. _—_ ind fleets of trucks rushed to the} et. Barbados Turf Club wh
re me ial " of Edinburgh piloted ee ae ; a ‘ 7 threatened area. Police cars with gai a tte om
: a ! g plane from White NASBA . Bahamas, Oe, Bas UR. Nee ads More loudspeakers cruised the streets “ ste oe ‘Turf Club | I
; } Ww nae | Cesare We: Nancy Oakes, heiress to the! warning people to prepare for] ment that the Barbados Turf Clu -*
‘ : , : Renan, fabulous Oakes gold mine for-} Y ° i vacuatic ised at race meeting He al yh
A : é k ? on the way B evacuation i
pt pend. Chri at Sandringham, une flew to Nassau to make S. American Trade | In the Bordeaux area numerous| th inked the management of the . .
- royal country estate The Duke, {final plans for her marriage on yee avds were under water The| Plaza Theatre . |
: vho flew solo for the first time ]December 29, to Baron Ernest ‘ LONDON, Dec. 22, rdeaux rail line was un- He told spectators that if they od’
3 J Saturday was accompanied by a|Lyssard Von Hoyningen Huene | The Financial Times viewed the inches of water. Trains; were not lucky enough to win open i
fiving instructor (CP) of Germany.—CP) |new Anglo-Argentine trade pact were making detours. they would still have contributed .
aq Foe Aa) |favourably but said that action —UP. | to sinc enkiais ee «
j aa still must be taken to reverse the as
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“i c - Wi t Fl “dangerous” decline in business ee os ee 5, Sas Re
h a t d. vith South America’s non-dollar , Nata
on. ig ec e nation He said that the 1952 uy a WY,
Anglo-Argentine trade agreement vel ising an | a ey Seay
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M Of G focussed attention “on what ha Lox dd facourit: hack agam
7 e at T become a black spot in this coun- }
i ay or . orgetow n try’s overseas trade.” It said ‘the | h.W.V. |
| e jre ord for 1952 is on the whole oO 7 Pa 1 ;
( iE SORGETOWN., B.G., Dec, 22, jnot unsatisfactory. The exceptior & >
‘ able Claude Vi -% tc las y Presi-|i8 rapid deterioration of trade : P ian ‘ Mt otc
: } 1 ‘ : .C vranit es ght, C = aa ee oan |with non-dollar South Americar ~ACIFIC PALISADES, California, Dec | t ¢ } gna
ee Coconatiok Year 1 penanaies. ‘The Bowabe 1.) Airc A WELL-DRESSED man found shot to death at the| | i
( r mM wx Coronation Year 1953 | ne ,
I I — . ale agree : will help to rectify entrance of a beach club was identified by the F.B.! ics | i r gift, a
The new ounci! had met c attare writ gant tasae ¢ , . / . o
| the first time and Mr. Wight won matter " h aren ae ne he a day from fingerprints a William Charle Eric Iva fi more appre
+ tates 4 eA sas 5 iC _jremains the _ probler of trace Nichol] 1). advertisins . | Scotl | BP laa ve J
4 on x votes of the elected Coun- w : cae on Vicholis, 40, advertising man born in scotianc ited by her he
7 with Brazil, Uruguay Chile n 1
I RENCH LINER cillor igainst four secured by his Peru.” , A few hours after identity had been established they tap yung oF ald
1 ; ynly opponent Honourable Lionel a. Si F " . nena warrite rec ic kson, 66 aid he N lls’ | |
BRC JKEN IN TW O Al fred Luckhoo, nominated Mem-|.. The newspaper quoted Board reen Vv ri er Frederic Jacksor j { he is Nichol YZ ngrance’’: fe tk
| 4 ber of the Legislative Council who|T'4de figures to show the ex foster-father | Les
| had twice and up to this year been change of goods between Br e theorized that Nicholls} Jot Ro ertising Agence nd wonderful of
i ' BEIRUT 22 Depu Mayor and for whom and these countries is smaller now hot t jeath ea in M J told poli th j
‘ The grounded liner three Government nominees on|than in any other post-wa the body dumped near fash-| Nici pent Sat
{ | Cha mpollion v hore | the City Council had voted solidly. | period nable B : [ Cl from anjat } k ‘
7 ere tor t broken May Wight voted for Council- | —U-P. t ‘ i ( on-| f (
1 Naval lor George Francois, De Sebastiani| tion of the es indicated that! Nic
t ‘ response | t0 be Deputy Mayor and gave hin 7K > he had been dragge fte he! |
i vi i rONLSE | . : r ; ne
3 JOMO KENYATTA, charged with juest for e sent a e u te : t defe i ex-Mayor] The Last Year 1 fe _ twice A policemar He
1d n ser of ? ry ~quipr t hma Bacchu rajra) ime â„¢ q . eund the nd in bt
being the ee ee 3 = mages a pla carrying equir nent | oe neil G. W. E. Cooper, the TAIPEH, Formosa, Dec. 22 it it a 1
the Mau u oo Sane ns . I “rd pep o. | latte 1 Government nominee.| Marshal Chiang Kai Shek e Fi mn aA
y oa u } : ait o us a ne bt ' feclared today that 1953 woul Record t i
house in Nairo »a Ch mpollion y life ne t hore Massiel|be the last year for Chinese is reg
recess in his tr \ = ! oy . ; P c , ak yur -|N itionalist preparations for ever 1940 listin
London attorne} ‘ ; or as mpson|tual counter-attack agair } :
England to act p ae , yot-! Chinese mainland.—« thian Scot i He
_torney. at hearing. (Intern yational) | —UP | —UP




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BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1952
First Anniversary OPENING XMAS DAY 8.30 P|



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Silver Beach Guest House is Mice § “GOD'S WAY OF ROMEEWEST TERRITORY















































































































orn JEAN PIERRE yester- oe
y evening celebrated it YOULL BE SEEING . |
first anniversary with a Cocktail MGM Coady go Blige poe
Party for members and their HOURS “ apne eae Se
Babaas piven Se tint Shawage: GLORIOUS FEELIN MUSICAL ane sages, permicting free
Mr. Peter Greig. On arrival each TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1952 eer : an PK ipa k
lady Was presented with. @ ¢or- 110—6.00 p.m 25.53M TECHNICOLOR (fio ing BY : rubbing nae a
ad ; : : ei : . | into the chest, the atmos
age e Ch . na ee : é The N 4 ae » ee } pun ae the
é 7 entrance - : . : j sufferer is charged with
he bh room thers Was ; 1 ;
' ; va Messiah ive 5 into soothing vapour
ar fs C hristmas tT , ‘ ws ro P U's lag pine § 3 k | thece gh tock semanas 7 . "
anamé suppliec ‘ockt ce t Cor vealih 2.45 p.m } \ [ MADE By THE }
nusi¢e antil the relub’s orchegie, ports & ut { ae 1.10 af : een
took over at 9 o'clock. “prod Bi sia, ras ; 5 fa Ren. a
Among __ those resent wee ou i
Viscount and Visoganbess ee ee ae oe ae KIPAK
gan, Prof. and Mrs. C. G, Beatfey ; Pergon® Portrait, 8.00 pp
Maj. and Mrs. C. Noott, Maj. Bol: , semprir is bre Rodio ' ewmrel, INHALANT RU
Roberts, Mr. J. R. Edwards, Mps r Novello, 8.40 p.m P a s
M. Haynes, Mr and Mrs. Daz eames, Fase’, BiSs gee, Nepere Pee Ld Sold
Mac . owe os t 9 »m. The Holy Child, 9.40 old everywhere
es a R, -" Se ia oe Sore : 10 0 : vy The SINGIN: IN | i
Col. a rs. a Jovasti Ne ) m. Fro The Edt .
‘Mr and Mrs. Ronnie Gittens, - ve yeoftre Burr pr os Tali fe os KIPAK is of great value for children coo.
and Mrs. Frank Morgan, Col, and Ieee ee HE IN
Mrs. R, Vidmer, Mr. and "Mrs “nar
y a * STARRING
C. A. Potter, Mr. ‘fed Wright, M ? ‘s ie 54 ,
Aint Martyn a Ween §=—-sSfadin Is 73 GENE Ketty THE PERFECT XMAS GIF
and Mrs Hal Baxter, Wing Coma: OPES $s f f, CONN .
and Mrs. L. A. Begtes DONALD 0 4
field. LONDON, Dee. 21. OR G RANTS WHISKY
From Trinidad ogee Radi. Sepoieg Statins) /~” DEBBIE REINOLDS 3
ISS MILDRED PAUL wh 73rd birthday, but Satellite radio!
; . ~ 4° | stations lugge the theme of |
: . plugged 1€ eme ’
rums a Private School ir . a g * > hi
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, atriyea /"”! tirthday to Joe’.—C.P. JEAN HAGEN MILLARD MITCHELL ALWAYS MELLOW ... ALWAYS THE SAME
recently for’ a holiday. She’ ¢ %7%s-113090600000000004 aa CVO CHNRISSE 9
plans to remain for a n as
4 guest. of River Beach Ge a If not saved but seeking X
House, Rockley, - Salvation, please write for BZ ’ |
Miss Paul who is paying her
fourth visit to the island, RE 7 Ooo SS
Was
here in August last year. i FREE B K c Af rE Y¥ CL’
. Which Makes The GARDEN—St. James > tole a
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A group of gnests at last nigh Cocktail Party at Chez Jean Pierre gather around the piano to listen Yula Lee-a rom SAN J |
to “Panama” who supplied cocktail music during the evening . tine, Trisbaed® . i wee SALVATION PLAIN” Johnny Sheffield as Bomba {
The party given by the Manager Mr. Peter Greig, was in celebration of the first anhiversay of the remaining until January 1. “Knits Eve (Wea) Thos. 830 p.m }
opening of the ’lub : Miss Lee-a- -Ping is a steno- 8. Roberts, Gospel Midnite TIGER WOMAN
Bhi ain 4 Oe are aaa ; Fair Exchange sraph 1 iti Book & Tract Servi EE Soe Al
R, JUSTICE MANNIN¢ Solicitors’ Clerks Dinner . es srapher employed with the British ce, 30 Double ! Adele MARA
IVE ing Puisn thell FAHE Solicitors’ . Cl ad HILE Dr, and Mrs. A, A, Guiana and Trinidad Mutual Fire | % Central Ave. Beagor, N.L FRONTIER TRAM to
Windw Island ed from I Abc papa ee ee ee Gibbons’ son Iain is spend- eee This is her first visit to | keeasasane aa SAN ANTONE
linner at the Hotel Royal dast th PEA LEECOREEGECSBOOS® OUTLAW |
St. Lucia yesterd rnoon b cho J Noyallast ing the Christmas holidays at a the island. COUNTRY | __ Gene Autry
“agg a sts +9 wrens Sot Covers Were farm in Bethesda, Ohio with his ’
a gue t the En: Hote ae ce i wr, friend Bill Brown, Bill’s sisters A Daughter
7 o oOnour ere T Per : J
ad : ‘Arustice J. W. B siinhiay lita ry and Libby will be spend- ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.
Carinimar titans |, 4. Bia le eyam a esas, Comoran» | WoMDepeT TK spECIAL NOTICE
[ALON E, Sar. br Deputy: ii athe Barvados with Dr. and Mrs. Ardvohr”, Upper Collymore Roch
left by B.W.LA.* K . “ibbons - at Ben home “Folke- = the birth of a daughter on
i for Grenadi emember thigh Tyme? ae) St. James unday Dec. 21 at Mrs. Cave’s
> will i Si Che steak a “ é 7 . Jerry and Libby who arrived] Nursing Homes. si Listen to the
1 holidays w hi a1 Sir Be" IC GATES, who produced from the U.S. yesterday live on Mrs. King is the forme:
Sant ad Lady Malo ar tarred in the Musical the farm. Iain is a student at|Cynthia Wiles. A L ERS
High Tyme” in March, Toronto University. Allr 5 i
. » 195K the Empire Theatre is French Ambassador ings, Compacts, iden- : =
R. BRUCE PAYNE ve in Barbados, Jan. 9 u he , tity Bracelets, Cigarette Tomorrow Night at 7.15 p.m.
M lanter of Guadeloupe, is in iderstands that Bric is }Yf% AND MRS. P. ARNAL Cas over the Rediffusion Service
_ hae oh. Wake Gaede teolcday prediie yr SE ait , ere ia prrivals orem ases etc., bought from (The Plaza Programme)
whict he i ending vith xt lar ilong re ame lines a rr ac by 31 * : and are; } us will be broadcast direct from the
mother, Mrs. G. Payne of High Tyme ae the ‘Coloy Cltb, St PLAZA —Bridgetown during
f was amon a , + t the ioment E I he i | i
oa oe a Ne aa - b S Ast a New . Mr. Arnal is Ambassador for | ENGR AVED = a ee eet tbe:: -
B WIA y udios France, in Caracas, Venezuela | ‘ See Warners action Packed
Leaving For U.S. FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER °%3. a Hit ! x
R. JOHN PARKINS\ M"* EDLA CARTER of Mas-j, Hjok in. the section in which FREE Opening Tomorrow (Xmas
M ‘ { iah Street, St. John left look. s ataen ae, “ae Eve)
mrt and of M York City yesterday byj er aoe eee i 2 shows 8.30 p.m. and
‘o. in St. I B. Ww I ” via Puerto Rico to}, MARCH 2 to APRIL 2 (Aries)—We midnite.
Bo. im St. fou tetas tS TOW De LEMEA |i] Sov wavne ac.
validins Six Weeks lowr perter ome A *omewhat trying u
St, Kitt for N Barbados for six weeks’ holi- |?” nea een : BIG JIM
duties in St. L i day which they are spending "1 to MAY 2 (Taures)—No & 60. LTD. WILLIAM GRANT & SONS LTP DISTILLERS SCOTLAND
companied by fh is guests of Mr. and Mrs, Nevill The ee planetary aspects but there
Renetiataee avd the § gt s é I : e condit t . . =
mcilion ; Smith of “Brooklyn”, River Road, could “Ze 20 Broad St. M LA S
: are Mr. and Mrs. Paget R Alves | iis eons oO fo |
of the U.S.A. 21 to JUNE ® (Gemint)—some | and at Marine Gardens | with Nancy OLSON
EAVING o Sunday t Mrs Alves a native of this | very benefic rays in am. taper off to | ‘
I ‘ BW for Trinidad where island . ho io = ~ > girl h mat Hy, be Guten shee week Your Wry ei aeeca hen ar oes re
she will pend the Christmas now returned after an absence oO! | business, Don't waste energy q 4 Vavavav as ee hs be aay * ts ee 5
she will apend the | Christina Pec cis (ans oroe ica Set Wa Ma iit er :
the Vanity Shop, Bank Hall. Her from St. Kitts will be revisiting] achievement pasate | in er anED | See
ister Mi Mildred Mayers and his native land for the first time|endeavours, especially those involving | Me
her niece, Mi Diana Simpson in 44 years. For athe eenate se sence Enlivening | § das
of the Us who had been Mr, Alveé Who used to be con- Ss réequ.ring endurance, courage. | »
pending liday with her, witt nected With the now defunct) JULY % to AUGUST 2 (Leo)—May | P E RF U M ES LAS T
. maining 1 1 after C ‘me rot get as fi ’ , » e
pe remaining. umn after” Christ Weekly St. Christopher Advertiser |, “hn "atin hid, save | Be L—O-—-N-G—E=R
oe ‘ perore st . #atO GATES z rape yey ae a retired broker's a work and social. efforts Keep | Set we
S, : iATES clerk of Wal! Street. New k.
ee ew Yor fine ST 23 to SEPTEMBER 2 (Virgo) Sot
‘ ining, enginee ring, build ho
= Prove’ domestic iierests: under seine | Set Pi PERFECT FOR CHRISTMAS GIVING
excellent rays, But money ar d property 3S
/)D R / | M. Aj CON / fi S ] éeals could be left til ore appropriate 2% | $
AP She time ’
F SEPTEMBER Nn to OCTOBER 2.00 and $4.00 bottle
: Libra)—Cam be fine per od for yo }
cops ony eaves Tate S| Only at THE TURTLE snop
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7 : () & MARINE HOTEL |
Pi h id TOBER 4 to NOVEMBER © (See i i | }
varl Lar To-day t up yecia tre ‘s Pr |
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ni ae Wild id conditio ns, ilar: $ ———— om Sie sheet
ithout throwing ; essal ay *ponsore “a Special: No M 3 s Eve & X-mas 8.20 Shot al |
borin tude Sy 5 : sponser Due te limited space, . pee a votes Shews X-mas Ey m Day wv Shows os. Se al |
eeanie TI : : NOVEMBER io DECEMBER i oa t T 1
emely we vecia (Sarit s)—Prac ort of das < i 4 pw “ " tas @ x pm
word of praise urse ane | that can a ee vyast wrest” tt yeu are invited to make & MONTANA _STEEL Fist J aren 4
} a . : ou make i t ve alert. stre s rechnicolor)
the other mistresses who had ob you. make it that, ne be, alert iin eines cal he tele a riot LYN ay MeDowalt | SEVENTH VEIL
viously put a great dea f oO you start " 21 TN Fin {
; +e EM als ‘ » «o ae irving BERLIN'S Ww a > K 7%
into Cas pngemotlann, TAK iueent-at Vou tava toe A you nen | a i NIGHT & DAY THE LONGHORN | pm, Mat. Fri a 45
which in the main compri surely make the WAY this s y stim. | ae possible, eee, GRANT il Miott | 2m
parents, were justly roud 1 Hanh ae moe opportunitic for = 2 Giant Shows Xma bide es aba } didnt ebrihes
+ . a9 difficu asks that you can do Z Eve Day 8.0 p.m 2 GRAN S .
{HE CENTRAL COUNCIL ov kbd a : = & & Midnight & xmas Eve Day #0 | |AM A FUGITIVE
OLD SCHOLARS’ ASSOCIATION | JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aqua | se % Continuing Daily at] 5 and Mid-night
SCHOLARS’ ASSOCIATION © # fs [i 4) | browecute duties i af-Uniboctgnt Wis | prom riday Ais] p\n" Mate Brom a
is in the middle of thei: ¥ ee he > TOSECUEE id unportan nts on | . rom Friday 4.05 r Mats, From
Contest and,the talent that is hit p Pedy | eerie SOR eRe cae eee SPh 4084 sien itso ray soem, | oe
den away in Barbac bel f i | Pe as kK beabls ie Z BiG 31M. Mot. AIN. aria take ate etek
. tif + \ ning 4 e s Se ye nae ye... (We
oe . me if the wi 'T ts ay Z } : —Favourable for Manin’ iraocsing ‘4 2 & Pridky Special The RAIDERS of the
7 “ome to Bridgetown ‘A Aa ake 4 matters er ‘artine Se . _ 9.30 & 1.30 DESERT
1cting in the poorer areas shinesw | A fe) fie ; dertakings. Cnalichking Gay, but—you Ps & wortnwest | HIGHWAYMAN | Renard afen
> a bet they ‘ ve ike (Cinecolor) nd
like a beacon, they havc hing fey t Op mu e it S & a aaa Bene geese | SEVEN SINNERS
to fall back upon, and have to rely i fobs j YOU BORN TO-DAY: are the liberal sS Pi + Seon FN ll John WAYNE
entirely upon their dramatic 7 type; charitable and dependable Are opine soa -
chievement, whercas the more [aM dust Im your judgmyencs, and with this | IR MUSIC — by Panama andi BRIDGETOWN = BARBAREES oa OISTIN
' . T exacti Sore s ) PSS 2 S
affluent clubs are able to camou- w e oan aware Sana Gains noe Sie = his Trio i€ ae ypu 2810 Dial a. F Dial 54m ee
flage a great deal with courage friends, co- Especially = %
ve costumes effective ent, perhaps they are thinking the Police Band helped to make aj: pre sia “his make Ntoite ioe
nd lighting effects i about giving us a musical! There very enjoyable evening. Practi- inch, able Wistaen stotk. Kisee, aw- = & R 0 ° » A . ¥ Ra & A ¥ R E $s
lubs are achievins e was certainly enough tential cally everyone who is interested rey a ee ir Birthdate _ of 4 =_
tandara. talent to choose from was in Theatre in Barbados was aie er rie Bae SERN GA GABAA ADA DS EMPIRE OLYMPIC _ ROXY ROYAL
> pre'- | Blore, actor,
Sa Tan . . quite an achievement, well done ent, I think this club was a much | AKAROA RRR nace Ee Last two ShoWS froday & Tomorrow Today & T eroy |, Last two show
QUEEN'S COLLEGE t on one Queen’s College needed want and it was nice to find | to-day 4.45 & 8.30 4.30 & TR a tee today 4,90. 0
the best concerts that I have be % $ somewhere to go and tale my Universal Present ai saautioag sy M ae 3
‘en in the West Indies, I under THE BARBADOS PLAYERS pleasant surroundings and not | MR PLANTER FRANCIS GOES ee Republic Whole | aL ia
tar er re ; ~ 7 . Ser.s oN a
and the re was a talent t opened their Green |} l worry about the bill! Pity that it is/ . SEA HORNET ; ee ant
rom the Barbados Players pre Friday night, Captain Raison and to be open on Wednesdays only | | TO WESTPOINT, with HAUNTED | SEVEN SINNERS
nines capieM NS ROR oes! gs Paci 2 ei. a| Rod CAMERON HARBOR | Starring
—e on a We recommend for your serious consideration JR". SSH! xy ane “hme | mae en
. ae R |
( ; | the famous isiie ROCK ISLAND Scenes | WO SO grt
S R ™“ His. lid-nite Wednesday] 4.30 & 890
DO, > MERRY XMAS | “Ore ‘and. latest 7 a TRAIL 24th (Xmas Eve) ty
r5 Ol | eae ese Mid-nite Wednesda Abbott & Costelio eee waaee. AIN
pod | - Midnite Wednesday (Xmas Ev in i and
, F ; I Wh le “th (X-mas Eve) |whole Serial IT AIN'T HAY [ARIZONA
. ° Republic AA MANHUNT
CJ or the O 42 B.H.P. Heavy Duty 6 cyl, Diesel Engine Whole Serial HAUNTED | Thursday & Frans
\M Y UNDERSEA HARBOR = CODE OF THE, | *â„¢
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S WHEE Opening Wednesday 25th at 8.30 (only) | “Starting Saturday |@18 KIND on AN
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MAKE SURE THAT YOUR FAMILY HAVE A MERKY sus roo | “eae —
.y XMAS BY VISITING T. R. EVANS WHERE YOU CAN gag he yy Cane TOMARAWK & J eax AND THI
\ GET A WIDE CHOICE OF GIFTS FOR THE WHOLE (Also availab ith f Bing GRCS A Ee ae LEOPARD WOMAN
: aes YS yf hy ; e availabie with Half-Tracks) ng CROSBY YHE MOON st. ANNE|LEOPARD wl =
KIDS HER ‘anee pete Rae 5 tons ALAN. CANE CARTS fitted with over-run Brakes
: 7 § neumatic Tyres ‘ 0 B
CARS - ¥ we
DOLLS a SHIRTS IN ALL BRANDS These units have already been tried and proved to the satisfaction GL E
BALLS BANKIER TIES, BELTS, & SOCKS of their owners — be amongst these satisfied owners. TO-DAY & TO-MORROW 4,30 & 8.30 P.M. —
TEDDY BEARS COMB SETS UNDERWEARS A XMAS DOUBLE
BIKES COMB SETS. NDERWEARS LET US ASSIST YOU WITH YOUR TRANSPORT PROBLEMS
7 i TEA SETS eehnes Other Massey-Harris Agricultural Equipment available includes — NO WAY OUT and PINKY
FAMMAS .
PRAMS eeweies GRASS MOWERS AND LOADERS Richard WIDMARK—Jean CRAIN--Ethel WATERS
Mo GARDEN SETS ener Sao RAKES Linda DARNEL— Bthel BARRYMORE
XMAS DPCORATIONS 1OES BRUSH SETS PEN MANURE LOADERS AND BAGASSE MANURE SPREADERS nnn
BUCKETS BELTS SLIPPERS FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTO “MIDNIGHT x TAS rE
SO MAKE SURE YOU VISIT T. R. EVANS WHERE THERE IS SUCH Ete., Ete., Ete. NT
A WIDE CHOICE & AT A VERY LOW COST. LOCAL TALE ON PARADE
Your Enquiries invited :— The Film “FLEMISH FARM”
Hold Your Half Tickets to Win.....
rE R. EVANS a | 8 Wristwatches, Heineken Beer
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YOUR SHOE STO HO eee
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wee, sow Phone: ‘nH DIAL 4616 — Whitepark Koad — Agente Attend Audition TO-DAY 12 noon to 2 p.m.
veetenennennmennt

TUESDAY,

DECEMBER 23,

1952



New Finance System For Kenya:

“Consolidated Fund”
Will Be Recommended

LONDON.

Kenya may lead the Colonial Empire with something

new in internal finance as
pleted in London.

the result of talks just “com-

The Colony’s adviser-observer at the Commonwealth
Economic Conference, Treasury Secretary, Mr. Wilfred
Padley, came to London three weeks ago for discussions
with British Government financial experts.

And on the eve of the big con-
ference he told me of his plans to
recommend that Kenya adopt the

[ wcw
: ” “ . , |
‘consolidated fund” system of of the unofficial majority in Legis- ; MuK
coping with government spending tive Council, the electorate would | CHOCOLATE
when he returns to Nairobi. have a more direct hand in con-

This system, although operated
by the Dominions, has until now
been looking on as too advanced
for colonies. So Kenya may be the
testing ground for the rest of the
Colonial Empire if the scheme is

partmental accounts ‘are adjusted
and presented
It would mean too that, because

trolling government spending.
The “consolidated fund” sys-
tem would carry with it another
important change in the Colony’s
financial set-up.
If the system were adopted in
its entirety, heads of Government

adopted. departments would be responsi-

But already Kenya has taken ple for keeping their own ac-
more advantage than the other sounts. And this decentralisation
colonies of decentralisation of

colonial control to push ahead its
financial system.

In effect the “consolidated fund”
system will mean that the consent
of the Legislative Council will
have to be sought before any Gov-
ernment Member can draw depart-
mental spending money.

As a result, the government
would know at any time exactly
how much money the colony had
in the bank, instead of, as at
present, having to wait nearly six
months before the respective de-



Aluminium





would mean greater financial re-
sponsibility for them than they
have at the moment.

But, despite its immediately ap-
parent advantages, the proposed
system would probably not mean
staff cutting. If anything it would
probably involve an increase in
accounting staff.

Mr. Padley, however, hopes to
be able to convince the Kenya
Government that the system would
more than pay for the extra staff
needed.

Sometime before his provisional
departure date, December 19, Mr.
Padley hopes to complete his re-
port on the proposed accounting
system. But he will have to fit
the work into his closely-knit pro-







PARTY

om PSs ets hal

CHILDREN of Bay Street were entertained at Woodside Gardens Thursday e
staged by pupils of Queen's College and later in the evening Santa Claus distributed gifts

‘Women’s Rich Strike Of Uranium

Club
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THERE’S DANGER
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; ‘ f rte strike of rich } . » starting } eae lt WY
* aiaiare Gatetiae Gee CAMMONS: . Over 100 children and. eome _ An impe rtant strike of rich uranium ore—the startir g | yi Mlb Cal shit iy
ompanies wealth Economic Conference. parents were entertained by the Point for all atomic weapons and atom-power projects— | MANA wd fale
X members of the Women’s Club has been made near Nkana, in Northern Rhodesia Hse i tab
1 Oo Help ( sovt gn Friday sfiemons at their Club This is disclosed by Dr. Charles F. Davidson, chief |
) e oom in oodside Gardens geologis . ss ) . ates |
. geologist of the Atomic Energy Division }
SEA AND AIR Several girls from Queen's Col- « 5 b ? \
LONDON. lege very willingly came along a> scohal ‘ Dr, Davidson goes no further,
Canadian and British Alumi- ¢ and gave a performance for them R.A.F . I ighters 1 > aeeseying that’ av'limited ton
nium companies will help launch wie te with the singing of , 5 A nage of high-grade uranium ore
the Empire's biggest ever individ- i a carol. ere were tap dancers, G er Mi * as been discovered by pros- "he yn earthworm is harmless in »oultry and poor production in the |
ual oranct tt £144 million ' and a clown who amused them et Guided } issiles yeetors The common ed " ; F m I Pt . \
Gold Coast Aluminium develop- at 7 and Pmt Reindeer, bean ; But anothe i Spore palleuss that itself, but it often acts as a ‘carrier’ of Treatment with 1novis’ is Ul
ment scheme. Z and little Valerie Cole’s singing Guided and unguided missiles ‘ieposit rivalling those of the he eggs of caccal worms and round way of preventing worm inte
In Carlisle Bay delighted them most of all. being developed for fighter aircraft ! i Congo may exist there, ne coe , : ‘Ph so P eis ; ce
The United Kingdom's blessing | t ; After games and lots of refvesh- Will show a sharp increase in cffi- I understand, worms, nenovis is Made in pows .
for the scheme, in principle, has ,,Schooners:— Franklyn D. R. Gita M.. ments, each child was given a gift ciency as weapons for Britain's de- | ‘Northern Rhodesia has long Once these worm-eggs pass into a mixing with the mash
been given in a White Paper pre- Emeline Hariet Whittaker, Sunshine R.. {rom the Christmas tree, and fence, Lord De L'Isle and Dudley, been rded as the most likely ’ ty ily develop Order from your Chemist or Agr
sented to Parliament. Britain is Marion Wolfe, Confident I. G., Marea left in a happy mood. V.C., Air Minister, said in Man- B h Colony to contain a high- bird's intestines, they rapidly develop, raer trom y« wet ORE
t t Henrietta, Lady Steadfast si hest l f int hrifti f Itural Meret
prepared to put Up a Maximum *Notor Vessels Clare, Cnesisr recently. iranium deposit of inter- ind may lead to unthriftiness in fattening cultural Merchant
: Motor Vessels:— Clara, Lady Joy y “ . . ” , as *
of £57 million. The aluminium ARetvALe Young Club I must not lift the veil far,” he ional significance’, Dr David-}
. : RIVALS aos |
companies — Aluminium Ltd, and — gen, Marion Belle Wolfe, 74 tons. from The women’s club although in added. : son writes. |
the British Aluminium Company British Gulana. under Captain Every. its infancy has been receiving The R.A.F. would be equipped There is some hope of the col- | ¢ 9 BRAND PHENOTHIAZINE
ine ~ j]- Consigned to the Schooner Owners’ As- pals for eae Ol t entirel h B I _ h I first =
are prepared to invest £48 mil a appeals for help from many most entirely with ritish de ving its fir uranium pre . . ‘=
lion, while the Gold Coast Gov- sch. Lady Steadfast, 56 tons, from st, Social welfare: organisations, and Signed and made airplanes duction plant soon.” The first ‘ DISPERSIBLE POWDER
ernment and private investors Lucia under Captain L. A. Marks. Con- the members have been pleased i We are pushing ahead the pro- ke of uranium-bearing rock TRADE MARK ‘
will contribute about £39 million, signed to the Schooner Owners’ Asso- to help wherever possible duction of the Valiant,” he said. made in a copper mine
ciation “E > “ > 1e , Seve, |
; F _ 2 ‘ aaa ' The club has as its leader ener- . Ve believe it will prove the finest | » . ‘ Bi
Before final approval is given Secaiiane Waser Bene gd er dey getic Mra. Scott, who in ouie e long-range high-flying bomber in ’y. Davidson's report reveals | A Product OF Imperial Chemical
to the scheme a Preparatory Com- Consigned to the Schooner Owners’ As) her many household duties finds the world. Coming along is the that the Empire now has the
mission is to examine in detail cer- soaiation. : eile ; i time to help with tmhany ‘orean: Delta-wing Vulcan bomber.” world’s biggest supplies of uran-| (Pharmaceuticals) i ad
i so yercome. Sch. Sunshine ; tons, from Gren- - : . ane | 4
tain problems still to be overcome. . i'l ger Captain P. Joseph, Consigned isations, Sir Roy Dobson, managing direc- : : a
oy 4 , . * son, anag - The importance of the ows}
i sntisfact bs aaa . is '° the Schooner Owners’ Association —_- et RY Roe : ye iT
Once a satisfactory report '!8 ‘seh. Marea Henrietta, 52 tons, from Sex debate bates ti or of / - Roe's, manufacturers grade ores of, South Africa, of}
received from the commission st. Lucia under Captain A. Selby. A. Antonnetti_ Cc Valer R” Blue, FP. Of the Vulcan, said the plane could jy, high-grade mines in Canada, | ston
it is proposed to go ahead with Constened to the Schooner Owners’ As- Greenidge, I.. Johnson, A. Jeflrey, H fiy fully snpded gd Taek, loam and of virgin properties in
the scheme which may take a ite DEPARTURES Robertson, E. Pile, M. Johnson, A. up, return to Britain, then fly back tralian and Rhpdesia transeends
about 20 years before it reaches MV. Caribbee for Dominica Giegn 5. ing, Wwe Catlin C Chaverri, again to New York—all_ in the that of most discoveries — else- 6b §
the target production of 210,000 ; B, Frearson, R, Fernarides,. ©, Bynock S2me day. -L.E.S. yhere,” Dr, Davidson reports
tons a year. It is hoped that peo Seawell N. Bynoe, C. Maynew C Gtawtord, P Pika: venabae pbtertiilly Tevatl
Seen woud Tee es Ge Ma View Albigtietee. it” DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA. C01. INDEX ble from all deposi lready
Known reserves on the yOlC H. Faleris T Bs for R ve. 3S t For St. Lucia—Dec, ® Dit omnrEr ( i he orkable at real-
Coast of bauxite — the raw ,M. Pilgrim, jarker, Ramsay, C. Lawe yz. Alexander, P. Alexander, P. Alexan- FIGURE STEAD) tic costs greatly exceeds th 5 :
material from which aluminium From Venesucla—Dee. 20 der 7 THE cost of livi index figure | ene latent in the world’s de- > P rp
: m * +105 ha For Martinique—Pec, 20 » Cost OF living index figure ches . . oe 4 " 7 4
is produced — exceed 200 million While atte E. eat the - Wilkie 2 C. Deleuze, F. Husson, D. Me Cor-> for last month remained steady at | posits of coal and oil, The polit- [ 4
tons. 1K ; Marcotulll, F. Martectulll, BD Patterson, muck, F.. ts Avene. > 310 points, showing no increase jical stature of the Dominion has
The U.K. it is pointed Out 3. Patterson, W. Butorac, E. Butorac. D. p Rice Cue 1 over the previous manth. This|b een heightened by these
would be the natural market for Hatch, T. ‘Thatcher, L. Prommik, F. Min- yijeg PORTO, S4- PADPA figure represents an overall in- | succe
most of the Gold Coast metal but lon, C. Herrera, W. Kulka, O. Gedrich, For Venezuela—Dee, 20 crease of 210.02 per cent, on all —L.E.S,
D. Jackson, H. Jackson, R. Jackson, F ?
the smelter company would be rian, M. Laffan, C. Hamilton, B. Floyd. ,N,,,Herrada, T. Friend, S- Friend. A- items, and an increase of 193.88 "
under obligation for 30 years R° Floyd, E. Ritter, G. Ritter, A. Divo I, Keee'rels, P. Kegerreis, A. Johnston, 00 ont food only, since Sep-
from initial production to offer Divo, L Bourne, P. Dupouy, B. Dupouy, P. ©, Johnston, E. | Sugar EB. Guger, V “a be F 1939 oP ei Se
i nn Ade > + *+<° Sugar, L. Mc Fadden ember, .
U.K, buyers not less than 70% Dupouy, M. Dupouy, E. Dupouy, S S. Bacon, D. Bacon, S. Bacon, D a
" J Lugo, M. Lugo, V Lugo, L. Lugo P : 1
of the metal produced. This ;“®% Bacon
aks : guiiera, O. Rojo, R. Cabrera. M For Trinidad—Dec. 2 - |
ee eee Oe en thet batty, epee, ee tae A meee eB Yee. Futan, A. Tune, Y MAIL NOTICES
’ ms a yee ey na , ; : . 7 “ Tudor, L. Shervington, D. Price, A
days of production and a mini- Payne, ee ae a Skinner, §. Skinner Ward, C. Scott, Mails for Madeira, United Kingdor
mum of 157.500 tons when full M. Barrera, & Barrera, S Carter, A. 7, Somerville, J. Wickham, M. Headley, Antwerp and Amsterdam by 1.8
c A I a m iy a. Ge . Sopra cap Eve : es anjestac 1 be closed h x
capacity was reached Stephens, C.’ Dodson, T. Richards, EB. WY cummin’: Dt = Pent Oya Senne crew erm. mot. tag 7s
Keer, J.’ Fitzpatrick, D. Fitzpatrick, G- Wnytp. HL, Massiah, M. Masstah, S. Bar- Parcel Mail at 12 Noon, Re
H.M, Government in U.K. Trimmingham, J. Winter, R. Winter, Mo TO) 'f “Vandenberg. 2 p.m. and Ordinary Maji at
favour participation ia the Winter, H. Winter, E. Winter, D. Win- ' ?
scheme as furthering the policy $°psrie Wr Laces h Comninnn i DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA Lucia, Dominica
of encouraging devel eo Tastee’ y” paneugie’ 9. Canokater, L For Puerto Rieo—Dec ds wa.
couraging evelopmen 0. ncaster, vancaster, neaster, L. J. Nurse, EB. Clarke, I, Nia Ben- at the Ges
Commonwealth resources as well Taneeher G sa 60.36 nett, C. Blake, E. Blake, C. Arthur, J
as contributing to the raw mm. mahy K. smith, MS Miller, M. Miller, L. Hazel, L, May- Parcel and Registered

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BARBADOS wif ADVOCATE

Bein Dic tft Pema oe core Rnview al

‘wineed @y the Adweoate Oo. Ftd. Bread

Tuesday, December 23, 1952

MORE HOLIDAY
NOBODY extra holidays
especially around Christmas time when
the spirit of and goodwill is
more prevalent than at other times of ihe
year. But it would be interesting to know
what percentage of the population bene-
fits most from the last minute decision of
the @@#eernment to add Saturday, Decem-
ber 27th to the holidays of Christmas,
Boxing Day and Sunday, December 28th
The answer would at first sight appear to
be those who obtain overtime rates for
work on that day,

If as Mr. J. O. Tudor pointed out during
a diseussion by the Couneil of the Cham-
ber of Commerce last week “the small
country shops would open” in any case it
cannot be argued that the privileges of
having December 27th declared a public
holiday will in fact be shared by everyone.
Work will apparently be the order of the
day for small country shops and because
Saturday is the day before Sunday the
small country shops can be expected to
remain open late into the night. The
masses, to employ Mr, Tudor's expression,
are not going to suffer any inconvenience
beeause of the extra holiday fog the reason
that the small country shop-keepers will
be anxious and ready to meet their shop
ping requirements that day. The minority
will however suffer much inconvemence
because the shops in the city will be legal-
ly closed on the only day which was avail-
able for restocking their week-end larders

and ice-boxes or refrigerators. Because
Saturday has been declared a holiday Sun-
day’s bread will either have to be baked
on Wednesday or overtime rates will have
to be paid while Monday's bread will have
to be baked om Sunday night or it will be
more stale-still, The difficulties which the
additional public holiday has created for
the baking industry are greater still for
the supphers of meat. e majority of
the island's meat is kept on ice and only
some householders are equipped with re-
frigerating appliances large enough to
stock the meat supplies of one family
from Wednesday to Sunday. If the house-
holder experiences storage diffleulties be-
cause of the extra holiday the government



Hridgetown

objects to

rejoicing

refrigerators capable of storing the large

uantities of meat that are consumed by
then during a period of five mights. The
obviows inference is that the supply of
meat to these institutions will have to be
made on Saturday im any case.

Nobody as was said above objects to
extra holidays but it is by no means clear
that December 27th will in fact be a holi-
day for.amere than a certain number of
persons many of whom would probably
have been given a holiday om that day by
the voluntary action of some employers.

What is clear is that a great many
people will be incenvenienced by the loss
of a shopping day which would have been
more appreciated because the following
Thursday is also a public holiday. Had
the government intended to declare Sat-
urday 27th December a public holiday
they could have avoided a great deal of in
convenience to many people by giving at
least a month’s notice of their intention.
Householders might then have been able
to avoid the last minute rush and prepara-
tions caused by the unexpectedly long
Christmas holiday.

Besides the inconvenience and difficul-
ties caused by the declaration of an extra
public holiday the government's action
will hardly lend weight to those who are
trying to educate the people of this island
im the basic facts of economics. The less
the island produces the less it earns, This
means that the more days on which
wages are paid without any productive
work being done the lower the national
inceme will be. Im an islam@ in which
great latitude is shown by employers
with regard to hours worked and in which
the evidence of absenteeism from work is
high im several oc tienms the very large
number of — holidays (mot to men-
tion halfsholidays for races, exhibitions

and cricket) cannot but deduct consider
ably from the output and earnings
workers while the policy of overtime and
special overtime rates add further bur-
dens to the taxpayers.



Barbados is a tropical island and one
does mot expect from tropical islands
those bursts of energy and initiative



which characterise inhabitants of more
temperate countries. The attachment to {
dolce far niente as an expression of living |
im the tropics can be sympathetically un- |
dersteed > but what be counten-
anced is the idea that one car be attached
to the principle

aving nothing while
expecting the fri hard werk,

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holiday island already has the
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

LONDON LETTER

LONDON By Beverley Baxter M.P. telephone. The, line is dead.

Those whom the gods love die This winter 1 shall make my
young That truth ; was uttered or, being a youngish man, wisely Usual pilgrimage to America and
in the days of ancient Greece used the microphone. Churchill will stay for a few days in Ja-
and has been quoted throughout spoke maica with my old friend, Lord

; ; towards it but that was all e
the centuries, The accepted mean The yvibrance of his voice would Beaverbrook. How will my 73-
ine ois that the gods in their have filled any hail without ad- year-old host behave? I cannot
fastidiousness take young people yentitious aid. say for I have only known him
from this world to Valhalla, Can we then begin to discover for thirty-three” years.
perhaps to give radiance to thelr some quality which is character- . But this is certain, On
temples istic of all these men that I have the way to in the gentle
Yet there are philosophers who menticngd? In Chufchill, Lloyd Waters of “go Bay we shall

contend that the Greeks meant George and Samuel there is to ferceely de the political situ-
something quite different, be found merriment, recklessness “00D of im .or argue about
Surely,” they say, “there can and even a suggestion of bravado "ewspapers until he is met by his
be only one meaning to those and defiance. This does not apply Secretary who will hand him the
words that thase whom the however te John Simon who has pa messages from his editors in
sods love die young, no matter Wweated everything, including the There will also be

years, with a dignified respect. Rewspapers from London and he

Just before his 80th birthday 1 One might think that there is Will sit in the sun and roar loud
tunched at his country house Something about politica) life rain Sh & Beet piece of writing
with Lioyd George, for it is’ im. Which keeps men alert, physical- or curse the failure - +2 —
possible to write or think of him ly and mentally, beyond their con- gh oy Stabe ‘itla he will
as Earl Lloyd George, Almost temporariés, Certainly politicians sit cotare 7. disteahene and
the only sign of old age was that live an irregular life which may deliver wine s ceeaemalie on the
his most vivid memories were of postpone the hardening of the newspapers he has studied, Then
the personalities in the 1914 war arteries, but they are not the only ons i from him in a 3
instead of the Hitler war which Sxponerite Ot “VINESDe SY Sah pe

been ; torrent. If I am in the room he
had opened with such sluggish- tt bas — argued that’ lack is very likely to say to the dicta-
4 ce eee _. Of exercise is a great preservative eae
ness. His wit was as caustic 4S ang conserver of energy. But is Phone: Mr, Baxter should go to
when it riddled the Tories in the - He always writes better
lush old days; his quality of mer-

at what age death comes.”

5 Russia.
that true? The 85-year-old Tos- r a ”
canini turned up not long ago at when he is travelling.” Or equal

ren still made his eyes sparkle. the Festival Hall, rehearsed the iy ne eee a ores
and there was Welsh music in orchestra for three hours and then 2 ce anand he
his voice, On the wall was an «4 “te what I think of his article on the

conducted them at night. Roughly tories because he is sitting here

attractive Mediterranean painting , ; say
; peaking I would say that the with me.”
and 1 asked the name of the strain of such a day would be He is stilyan urchin blowing
artist. “Oh, he he’s a promising the equivalent of three rounds of peas at top hats
young fellow,” said L. G: with a golf on a championship course. As His newspapers are rich and
twinkle in his eyes. “You ought for that irresistible gamin, Sir powerful, like himself, but he stil)
to get to Know him, His name ts Thomas Beecham, who is a mere yetains that feeling of the born
Winston Churchill.” 73 and has yet to attain the calm publisher who insists that every
When he came out to the ter- of maturity, he would think no- gay’s issue is either a triumph
race to say goodbye his face thing of conducting Gotterdam- or a disaster, If at times he rears
serious and his voice merung from 5.30 to 11 p.m. with jixe Caliban he is far more often
took on a harsh imperious note perhaps an hour off for supper. the ageless Puck.
“I don't like this phoney war,” It is true that nature has made pe plays no more games, either
he said. “We have not yet got its protest by giving Beecham o¢ cards or golf, but he plays the
to grips with the enemy. We gout but even it temporarily dis- game of life as if the prizes have
should impose our will on him.” &Ppears under the mesmerism of yet to be won Some times I
It was the last time I saw him, Wagner's music. have thought that he creates diffi.
for a little later the gods decided Therefore I think we have now cylties sO that he can overcome
that they needed his youthful Swâ„¢moned sufficient evidence to them. But when the time comes
spirit. He was eighty 3 agree on ane or two conclusions. for me to leave Montego Bay and

became



years of

‘ i ; or exe le, can Toscanini return to London I shall fee! like

a but he died , Why, for examp e co t

pare are detr Fong oe and Beecham ‘hurl themselves at one who has taken a refresher

that be died tea mune yan his an orchestra for hours at a time course in an intellectual gym-
= Po S without collapsing from fatigue? nasium. Some day the twilight

oars. The answer must be that music, will come ang after that the night,

plus the excitement of conducting but until them Beaverbrook will
weeks ag0 tO inculates the body from the mind. wrestle with life like a cham-
birthday of ym other words—at least I have pion who rejoices in his strength
bEeN heen assured that it is so—a mus- and in his skil
House of ote does not tire until the brain But we must, not imagine that
Lords for a number of years. On sends it a message to that effect. this gift of youthful old age is
this occasion the great 8@-year- An idle mind that is not occupied confined to men or to those who
old Lerd (John) Simon made a must do something so it suggests are sustained by the ambrosia of
witty speech but it was nothing to the art that it is in bad shape, success. As a member of Parlia-
to the gaiety and sparkle of or tells the stomach that it is ment I went the other Saturday

There was a great celebration
in London a few

celebrate the 82nd
Viscount Samuel who has

Lideral Leader in the
















Samuel's reply. overdoing things, or even con- to pay respects to ome of my

Did he, Samuel, plead long vinces itself that it is overworked. female constituents who was
political service (for he was in You cannot be a really good hy- celebrating her centenary. The
the Commons before oir unless you have lots Mayor also came but was she im-



to pochondr "
and time to think about pressed by this visitation of offi-







the Upper House) and tid he ats :

wax sentimental or indulge in yo and such is the power cialdom? If the M P. and the

the luxury of memories?’ He did of ever matter that it can Mayor ae 7 — ¥ sae “

nor - % ee is ereate that which it imagines to Rot mind, but she knew quite we
hm Of these things. He Gashed ° P . that they could not steal the lime-

: the mr . 3 light from her.

scene of today and made sport of The scoffer may reply that I am a :

it. The past was for okter men ding nothing more than redis- . Five Gaughters, ranging | trom

than him. covering Coue who advised us to ‘2 to years of age. looked

y after her with the care that the
now to the old.
daughters
hildren

- Bver jay in every way
summed Lloyd S&y: Every day ¥ way ane
other side of STOW better amd better.” That qoveg, sews. |
. charge is not true. To think con- Grandsons, §

7 . r , great-great-grand
ly about your good health is 21°... “the house.

With the instincts of the report.
er I asked for the secret of her
long life and good health. “Live

IT have not
George from the
the River Styx or Sammel from
the .Upper House merely as
veterans who defied the Psalmist
i want to Know what it i that

gave to them this tenacity of the
7 os at all except as am imstrument to re
> ; r in London,” s! nswered, a litth
years. An ef us who are. Of » oe the soul and serve the mind. » Lond he ans , a L e
# read which starts at a point of me to a problem numpblingty, with obvious
wom oe PO iy 7 . ide “Neve been out of Lon-
0 en be m are jOUFMEYIME OP inet confronts so many men of ¥ a “ a che Lom
no return. There is no turning potare vears today the 202 in m ife. Never wanted
back. There is indeed ne pause ee eae ee “ae to be.”

Rich and peor. sick and problem of leisure. Insurance €X- “ aithough the Mayor and I had
, i pects tell us that retired admirals ae tae a ae \
male and female oa te go. the party went on for
words of the old nermally have a brief life after pours the climax being reached

ee: See retireme: They have lived a¢- when a telegt
tively 2 healthily but
never been trained for imactiom. gay the old
The will to hive x t be founded
he desire to live, and the de-
te live must be based on t
epen to the mind
Shaw owned 2
had mever played any







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star
a form of hypochondria in itself.
The thing to do is to refrain
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ay died Her hun-
dred years had reached a glorious









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t I've ever been before.”
At least that is what we should
say, for it is tree, i
deed a sweetly sole
Yet how can we



















body and
games but the burning Same of
his mind kept him alive until be expanding
when

with which
eid mem greet
new day?

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wes over ninety
of his. worn
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78-year
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etumes I feel that life is ike © a.

telephone. The cursed thing Mulock. ht was 2
gs when ome is in the beth or ™™ m Canada f
having am important talk or SF De eve of
~~ to complete some task We Sad bad a ¢
& the clock. We curse it for 2°¢ "uch te Mulock’s ¢

and
mg the weary



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maimtaiming good health? It may 32 mannered intruder—a vis- ==" the others went

be so. Certainly be takes mo ex- R0rtbat does not even knock, 22066 cltver otiock. So we sat up
ercise beyond walking from but bursts upem cur privacy Sagetier amc I asked him also for
Downing Street to the Houses of But the telephone that never “= S*o7S* 3
Parliament Is be abstemious? rings! There it squats im its fum-~ «. always get a bamg out of



Last winter when I lunched with eral black like a mute by the ri sae

him on the Queen Mary he smok- graveside. Its very dumbness is Swe Aad beter







; . ~ end cur v sut how to TW
ed three cigars amd was two More strident than the loudest op > — ae 32 ee
orandies me when we Gn- 23nd mest irritating ring ‘ ——— 5 >

: ta j arena ; tend that Eur m
ally When the questing mind bas scung in heart a. ae



% ago | went to the Lord lost its curiosity, when the semse jc ; a }
4 ¥. ec the preference t gocs
or’s Inaugural Banquet at vast of adventure has left the veins, and not on : those Pn “aed ; a
i where, by tradiien, the when music and great argument cyt of by am untimely a }
“ster of the day speaks no longer simulate Them the spring-time of ther | eee



































LITTLE STR ATOM IS 10

(From HENRY LOWRIE

|

~

DECEMBER 23, 1952

ee

SCOTCH WHISKY
1 types at every price are

TUESDAY,













JUST sECELV Ev:—
MACKINLAYS’ V.O B.
and WINES and SPIRITS of al
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|scientists lighted the first atomic furnace,

t
|} THE
NEW. YORK. {
THE fiery atom—tiniest thing in the uni-
verse, yet so powerful that it shadows every
|man’s mind—celebrated its tenth birthday ;
|this month,
| There was a big party at this potent
midget’s birthplace, which is, appropriately
|enough, Chicago.
At 9.25 p.m. on December 2, 1942, the atom



jor pile as. they call it now. They lit it on a
| squash rackets court underneath the foot-
}ball stadium at Chicago University.

AT THAT MOMENT the atomic age be-
gan, From then the scientists knew they
‘could make the atom bomb.

Professor Enrico Fermi and his men were
|in a race with Hitler's scientists. They had
secret information that the Germans were
ahead,

But one of the German scientists—Hitler
jfmade him a scientific fuehrer—had pet
theories and these went wrong.

| The American team followed the right}’
trail, Jubilantly, they brought out a bottle
of Chianti and drank toasts.
| Now Professor Fermi
‘solemn,

| For the thing weighing most heavily on
jthe atom men is this great question—

How can we control the new power for
man’s benefit instead of his destruction?

| A NEW TELEPHONE line is going up be-
tween New York and Philadelphia, 93 miles
away. Over this cable, made up of pencil-
size copper tubes, 1,800 telephone conversa-
| tions will be able to go each way simultane-
lously, Or 600 phone chats and a TV pro-

gramme each way.






is much more

DO WOMEN SAY this is true or false? “A|| :
‘married woman’s greatest interest is her||} New Nylons —
\child. Her greatest problem is her husband et or
| Her greatest desire is for her own develop- | White oe elke
ment apart from husband and child”—au- 36 in wide
ithoress Nancy Hale. One of her books is at $4.37

entitled “Prodigal Women.”

| SINCE General Eisenhower's election,
jtrades unions have been calling off strikes.
Most have been settled substantially on the
|managements’ terms.

| But in Hollywood the queerest strike oi
jal started. The Screen Actors’ Guild order-
jed its 8.500 members not to make any more
|TV commercial films,

On America’s privately owned TV sleek
| actresses smoke the best cigarettes. Polishea
| gentlemen drink the finest whisky.
| Making “commercials,” as these advertise-
ments are called, has grown into a wealthy
industry. The actors want more of this
; wealth. They demand a fee each time their
}“commercial” appears, not just one payment
}when they make it.

TO STOP the death toll on highways—
higher than the frort-lime death toll in
Korea—Chief Magistrate John Murtagh re-
commends fingerprinting all drivers. He}|
wants frequent eye and night vision tests for
testing drunken drivers.

A Bill is to be introduced in Congress for
(an adaptation of the British L for Learners

system. Cars driven by teenagers will have
a red circle on the licence plates.

NEW YORK is going to build an Olympia
|holding more than 18,000 people Principal
use—industrial amg trade shows. The semi-
circular building on Columbus Circle, the
, Orators’ Curner of New York, will not have
ome window. Business men inside wilt not
be disturbed by the soapbox orators outside.
| THE “best on the B.B.C.” is going on my








|

jtadioe. New York Station” WNBC will pre-
|Semt a three-hour programme of B.B.C.

| “hits” each Saturday afternoon in January.
Sample bests—a theatre talk by Christo-
pher Fry; “The Beggar's Opera” and a
(Shakespeare play from the Third Pro.
gramme; Fry’s play, “The Lady’s Not For
Burning,” from the Home Programme.
CORONATION BOXES of British biscuits =—
go on sale in New York soon. They show 2



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THEIR HONOURS Mr. H. A. Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H. See ry
Hanschell in the Assistant Court of Appeal yesterday sen ae eet
back to be re-heard and re-determined by Mr. C. L Wal- fee . athttanss ee Mears
wyn, Police Magistrate of District “B”, the case in which goods one a ais ye ind 17
Joseph Hall of Railway Road, St. "ates was charged ‘ of lumb -* " Captair
with driving a motor van at over 37 miles per hour on Ordahn is in command of the
Boarded Hall Road on April 23. ae ar pe sonearaad:

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Mr. Walwyn had dismissed on 29-year-old Rita Harris of Road
its merits the case which was View, St. Peter, will be held to-
brought by the Police after Sgt. day at 10.30 a.m. before His Wor-

* Henderson had pointed out that a sh p Mr. G. B. Griffin, Acting
mistake was made on the c narge Pclice Coroner of District “A”
as to the speed. ) Harris died at the Gener 1 Hos-

After Mr. Walwyn had _ given pital on December 21 after she
his _caaheren: the Police appealed imitted there about 8.30 p.m
cpl. "i, Jones attached to the O8,December 20, suffering from

a. I. S attache oO n€ axtensive bur e skin she
Traffic Branch at Central Police eran — hw i ae ee
Station told the court that while Pet a “ og oe Mi a =e
Police Constable 349 Lashley ana Peter: W es mee OIF
he were on duty along Boarded Cue Pees, Mnetimn. SxeTenation

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it appeared 6 oy ae o oe x — oe PICTURE SHOWS a section of Fair Factory St. Lucy where a t Only Scotland, traditional home of fine tobaccos, could
at fast rate. Hall was the driver ; Shortly after 8.30 a.m. yester- electric motors are being installed. Th motors are expected to in Ele | cask M t * ARRIVALS FROM ST ‘ Produce Four Square. Only in Four Square tobaccos
anda check with the stop watches GAY an accident Cocured on Roe" crease the factory's output. AECUIC NLOLOI eee ee. | will you find selected leaf, blended with skill handed
showed that the car was |} BUCK Srrect, Sx. micnae) betwee: ‘wo schoone

Raver atuees an om a oe the motor lorry M 1501 owned by kor Fairfield ‘ bere arrived from Ss down by successive generations for over 140 years.

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y tthe Peay e a ates t Marea Henrietta and th« 4
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y is has ‘ o i ; aman cargo of the Lady Steadfast
for vans is 20 miles per hour. and a hievele ridden by Bernard go of t
Asked by the court if he gave Chorles of Pickwick Gap, St. Mi- of copra, bags of TOBA ¢ cos

evidence on his behalf or if his chae Electric motors are being in- “:'oWroot, 22 bags of cocoanuts

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put up a defence. John, yesterday pleaded guilty i ; of charcoal 13 bags of cocoa
PUT N before, His Worship Mr. C. L. = ee eae rN or c 3 C Wath as ; a. nuts, 27 packages of fresh fruit
et Walwyn, Police Magistrate of Dis- THE PLAYING FIELDS COMM"TTEE of St. George The liment sieMt- sa coe vidio tee Mall coho
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‘ His Wor hip Mr. E. A. McLeod, trict “B" of stealing a quantity of made arrangements yesterday to draft an extensive pro- ur . O'Brie i. . os 3 re consigned to the Sc hooner |
Police Magistrate of District “A” corn from Staple Grove Planta~ gramme for the Community Centre at Ellerton. The gioccy alternator act will. als baa bl se Me alles hea L E Y R A N F 0 h D
i yesterday placed Clifton Reid of tion, Christ Church on October 19. meeting was held at the centre Rnstalied: shortly ; gate
€ Bush Hall, St. Michael on a bond _ He was ordered to pay a fine of vole eee t a fous etd: shia CARGO BY LADY JOY
for six months in the sum of £5 £4 in 21 days or two months im- Recommendations for this programme were put for- | Fad aia dia. - a
‘ for stealing a bundle of shingles prisonment with hard labour. Cpl. ward by Rev. R. Russell who recently took up duties at qo ¢ring 26 + he motor ve sel Lady Joy was A delicious assortment
& from Seibert Waterman of Bank Bennett of District “B” prosecuted §t. Luke’s Church. Members present were Mr. W. A. hour. It he Snctiar arcivel rons Me tneis choc ;
ry Hall. for the Police. , . ‘Ine : : x NA . ; : ’ pile terday. Her cargo included of wrapped ¢ hocolates
. i Yearwood, Chairman, Mr. H. H. Goring, Mr. S. H. A. new equip ‘ f nother shinment-of 600: base of
. The offence was committed on Douglas. Mr. L. C; Moore and*Rev. Russell nd 28 t hour not : Ik ) ¢ bags o
November 23. Sgt. E. King, at- ee cee lee BAGS, NIE, 1s ie , 1 ’ During year the factory , rook a oon of charcoal, 41 Made in England by
tached to the Central Police Sta- = os. Mr, Yearwood said that they The Committee decided to house wa tended in order to OUncnes of fresh fruit and 14 bags A, J. Caley Limited, Norwich
tion prosecuted for the Police. Coronation were trying to get away from the built a stage, purchase a clock, accommodate the new preheater,” (ygoe cont ir tees bia 4s ree :
: O/s FOR LOITERING idea of using the Community tustal a terepnor and have «4 ynoth vessel for the ev wating yaay 7 ep Ww. ‘arsons, the
? iting ene . \ . Centre only as a dance hall, He bulletin board and piano Jant. This preheater was bought oy" | eae . thes sien dl to the
“Tn the Ass.stant ‘Court of Appeal alr iove said that they wanted it to be run Ph followin organisations jn Trinidad re on SPOCLETION
is yesterday Their Honours Mr. H. properly so that it would be of AS be able to es use of the : ike hie aa : _ .. COCOANUTS FROM DOMINICA
A. Veugnan and Mr. A. J. H. Han- LONDON. Dec. 22 greater use to the parishioners. Hall; St. George Women's Inst ih ue i Sonne
Schell fined 34-year-old Herman yjtain’s historic Coronation The Committee decided to have e@ on Wednesdays for fancy ®xperted to-arrive in tne island Also arriving in Carlisle Bay
Rollins of Mount Hill, St. George, Chair and Stone of Scone have 2 library at the Centre. In this work and needlecraft and Mondays ¢ ly n J nee vecterday was the schooner
10/- for loitering in a yam field feen moved from the Chapel of ©OMnect.on one member said that @nd Fridays for outdoor activities Fairfield wit ery. ‘din& Confident 1G. which arrived from
near Mount Hill road, on October Rqward the Confessor in West- he would approach Miss Betty fiamiec Club for drama, folk canes about the end of January pominica |
es 29, with intent to commit a felony. minster Abbey to another part of Grillith of the Public Library and dancing and choral activities Peg nG ts 8. eae ad that the fac 1,500 cocoanuts formed the}
Their Honours confirmed the the @athedral. The Dean of West- set her permission and assistance, “onda and Fridays; a *rton vill be working for about 15 main item of cargo. The schooner
be decision of His Worship Mr. C. L. minster said the “move was made Three people offered their Community Choir on Tuesdays week also brought 405 bags of copra, 20( |
Walwyn, Police Magistrate of D's- as part of preparations for th# services to act as librarians, These nd Thursdays We do not expect to have as wallaba posts and a shipment of
e trict “B”. Rollins had appealed Coronation. Slight repairs have pames will be submitted to Miss , The Committee also hopes to |! GEN Ome Las year owing tO firewood. Master of the Confident
; against Mr. Walwyn’s decision. been made to the chair and we are Griffith for her approval, nave an evening in titute and es Sire ion of the canes due to LG. is Captain J. Flemming and
Yesterday he wes ordered to pay clearing up that part of the The Committee is also hoping TUM 4 Welfare Clinic for the bene- the weather”, an) overseer told ar he is consigned to the Schooner
the costs of appeal which amount- Abbey.”—(CP) to stage an art exhibition as soon of mothers and children of the Advocate reporter Owners’ Association
ed to 9/8. as possible. The paintings and PaTish ; ;
Cpl. Walters of District “B” , drawin s will be collected and , {t is hoped that the Visual Aids
Police Station said that while he Mason-Contractor put on show, The Committee will Section of the Department of POCKET CARTOON Ven of ‘sei on C : 1 1
was passing near Mount Hill road, . Th h later purchase the best paintings Cducation will show educational by OSBERT LANCASTER City Stor es Crowdet
he saw Rollins in a yam field. rou. to decorate the Hall, films monthly, Rules will also be ‘ nd ‘ |
When he approached Rollins to Passes ug It was also suggested that a “rafted for the Centre, With Shoppers |
ask him what he was doing in the SEAWELL, Dec. 22: Thomas bicycle shed should be erected The majority of the sug stions z
field, he ran away. It was about Cockburn, a mason contractor and trees planted to beautity the WE re put for ward by Mr, Gollop, CHRISTMAS shoppers continue |
1.35 a.m. on October 29, — , who has’ just completed three area. In this connection the Com- District Welfare Officer to crowd the city shops, especially
Set. Henderson of District “B” years in St. Lucia working for mittee is going to approach Miss rocery shops, Some provisidns |
prosecuted for the Police. Messrs. Holland Hannen and Nell Manning and _ get her res had to close at intervals | z=
INQUEST TO- “DAY Cubitts in the rebuilding of suggestions. B. W oI.A. Ope rate ‘ ig the day so great were the i on i INES i EN
ee Castries, passed through here Part of the field will be crowd ,
The inquest into the circum- by B.W.LA. on his way back to Jevelled and a flag pole erected in Special F lights Pi ai Usa RY
stances surrounding the death of Trinidad. time for the Coronation 5 Beside people from the country " °
' B.W.LA. operated two special Venezuelan and Canadian visitors “Shalimar” “L’Heure Bleu” “Mitzouko” by Guerlain
e 9 ts fro Caracas to Barbado elped swell erday’s crowd “Femme” “Mousseline” “Moustache” by Marcel Rochas
] ren S ro ramnie t i yar on Saturday in addition to thei Along all the main city street “Joy” “Moment Supreme” “Amour Amour” by Jean Paton
egular flight, bringing in a total t j wa heay Pedestrians “Shocking” by Sehiaparetti {
5 . of 54 passengers. ree the sidewalks and over “Crepe de Chine” by Millot
Over 300 juvenile members of School Glee Club attended and Prizes were given for the Quizz B.W.LA. will also operate two ed into the road, “Je Reviens” “Dans la Nuit” by Worth s Q
the Public Library took part rendered a number of Christmas Competitions which Were taken cial flights for the Trinidad All bu coming into town “Bellodgia “Plours de Rocaille” ‘4 Nuit de Noel’
in the Special Christmas Hour songs much to the delight of the from the many books to be found R ces. One will leave Dor < full and many would-be “French Can Can “Le Tabac Blond” by Caron th
Programme arranged for them other children. Other children in this department of the 24 and the other on Dex pa gers were left at bus stops “Canasta” by eee : ,
yesterday afternoon. recited. Library. Most of local turfite ait for the next one.” ‘ ae Tris Gris by Jacques Fath
The Police Band and play were be leaving on Dec. 25 and 26 ne D a oe oT hae J )
excluded from this year’s pro- The reading room was suitably Mrs. Marjorie Callender, took The on ae te 45) ee Hard worked shop assistants eer Morama by Christian Dior "}
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St. Winifred’s

Old Girls Render Workin g Men Association

Great Assistance

Prize—"Day at St. Winifred’s
School took place on Dec, 16. The
Headniigtress Miss J. C. Seale in
her said thar thanks to the
efforts.of the Old Girls’ Associa-
tion and. the nevosity of mer
chants" and other friends of the
echool the debt on the school
buildings was being rapidly re-
duced. It was owing to Old Girls’
efforts that the school was starting
a Commercia) Class next term.
Two typewriters, three office desks,
together with a duplicator and
cabinet, had all been provided out
of part of the proceeds of’ the
Fair held at the school last Oc-
tober; a third typewriter had been
given by a Bridgetown firm. Miss
Croney was joining the staff next
term to teach Shorthand and
Typing, and her salary was be-
ing provided by the Old Girls
Association.

Old Girls had come to the as-
sistance of the school «heb it was
hort staffed and other old girls
ere giving valueble help with

the Guides and brown ) an-
swer to an appeal fo: p last
year Mrs, McKenzie i come

forward. to assist Mrs. Skinner
and the school was mst grateful
for this help.

A number of Old Girls had
given Prizes for which the school
was most grateful in these days
of expensive books; and continued
Miss Seale “we also wish to thank
other kind donors whose names
are on the programme.”

Mr. Clifton Wright, besides
giving a prize for good sportsman-
ship had presented her with a
most comfortable swivel chair for
which she blessed him daily: he
had also given a Tennis net for
the second lawn which would be
ready for use next term. A net-
ball field was also being prepared
thanks to the generosity of a
friend of the schook and she hoped
that that too would be in use next
term,

The seholastic work of the
school had been she felt success-
fully carried on during the past
year. Eight girls entered for the
Oxford and Cambridge Joint Board
General Certificate of Education
last July. Betline Manning passed
in seven subjects Patience Sumner
—Moore in six, Maisie Every and
Joan King in five and Anne Bynoe
and Helen McChlery jn four. Six
out of the eight girls passed in
Mathematics. Miss Barker, the art
tajstress was doing valuable work.
All the girls she had entered for
the General Certificate had passed.
She was making great efforts to
infuse her own enthusiasm into
her classes. Some of the work
done by her pupils this term
could be seen on the way to the
library. It was Miss Barker who
had painted those realistic sea-
horses on the “coat-of-arms” of
Barbados.

number of staff changes that had
taken place during the past year.
Miss Minnie Ince had retired after
thirty years of faithful service
Miss Cowper had resigned to re-
turn to Jamaica. A French lady
Mrs. Hinds Howell, had taken her
place, Miss Parker, a school teacher
who was on holiday in Barbados
came to the school for two terms,
until the time came for her to re-
turn tothe school in England
where she worked. Mrs. Warren
and Mrs. Evelyn had left for more
remunerative posts in town. Mrs.
Warren’s place had been taken by
Mrs. Dennis Worme.

Miss Garvie, a graduate with a
teaching diploma, joined the staff
last January teaching Geography,
English and Spanish in the senior
forms. Since her arrival she has
re-arranged and catalogued the
books in the library adding a num-
ber of interesting new books to
the school» collection as well as
several reference books. Some 24
magazines and Papers were avail-
able for the girls, and a special
corner with story books for the
Preparatory children had been

added.

Visitors were invited to visit
the extended library before leav-



Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson distributed
the prizes. During the afternoon
he and the headmistress were
each presented with a bouquet
of flowers.

The entertainment reflected the
influence of Coronation Year, After
the singing of the School Song,
“Jerusalem,” there was a_ playlet
which told the story of Princess
Rosebud’s marriage with the Snap
Dragon in order to save her father’s
city from destruction. This was
acted by nine of the babies of the
school, all of whom looked most
aitractive in their flower costumes
It was followed by an historical
pageant, “Glimpses of England’s
Elizabeths.” First came a short
scene portraying the meeting of
Edward IV with the fascinating
young widow, Elizabeth Grey,
whom he married a few months
later. A tableau followed shewing
King Edward with his eldest
daughter Elizabeth of York to
whom he is revealing the fact
that her horoscope says she will
be Queen of England, though she
has two brothers. A second
tableau showed Elizabeth grown-
up and the wife of the first
Tudor King Henry VII. She held
a posy of red and white roses,
badges of the rival Houses united
by her marriage. The portrait of
Queen Elizabeth I was preceded
by a sonnet reminding us of the
splendours of her reign, and end-
ing with a prayer for our present
Queen. Gloriana looked impres-
sive in her violet and gold dress
with a big upstanding ruff of



Make New Bid For Members

From Our Own Correspondent)
ST. VINCENT, Dec.

The St. Vincent Workingmen
Association is sparing itself no
pains to regain its former posit-
ion. Founded nearly 18 years ago
the association catered for many
sections of the community, had a
large membership, and at one
general election secured four out
of the five seats for-elected mem-
bers of the Legislative Council,

With the advent of the United
workers, Peasants and Ratepayers
Union members’ withdrew their
support and at the ‘951 general
election the association failed to
capture any of the eight seats pro-
vided for by the new constitution,
all of which fell to the lot of the
newly-formed union. The eight
members formed what was known
locally as The Eighth Army of
Liberation; but splits in their
ranks and delay in the fulfilment
of election promises have under-
mined the confidence of their sup-
porters. This now brings the Work-
ingmen Association to the lime-
light and its leaders recall their
former achievement>.

bers of the association are increas-



her hair. The fourth tableau
shewed a youthful bridal couple
in white and silver with touches
of gold on the bridegroom's cos-
tume, This Elizabeth, eldest
daughter of James I, inherited all
the charm of her grandmother
Mary, Queen of Scots. Her mar-
riage was as popular an event as
that of our own Queen, for her
bridegroom, the Elector Palatine,
was a Protestant. Then we were
shown a pathetic little girl, Eliza-
beth, daughter of Charles I who
deseribed her last interview with
her father, At this point two
songs, Derry Vale, and “Eng-
land” were sung by the girls of
the Upper and Middle Schools.
Another tableau, a portrait of
George III's artistic daughter, fol-
lowed. This Elizabeth married the
Landgrave of Hess—Homburg at
the age of forty-eight and seems
to have been quite happy with her
rather dull German husband.

The next Elizabeth, the Queen
Mother, was shown being wel-
comed by our juniors who recited
a verse in praise of her courage
during World War II. A charm-
ing episode in this scene was the
presentation to the Queen of a
Victorian posy by one of the
tinies. The last tableau showed
the Barbados coat-of-arms with
Elizabeth II, trident in hand,
tanding in the chariot. The
Senior girls then grouped them-|
selves round the chariot and
sang a “Song of Britain” and a
chorus from Edward German’s
“Merrie England,” “God Save

Miss Seale also mentioned a cream lace with pearls festooning Mlizabeth.”



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The num- ?!

ing rapidly and soon it will be a
political force to be reckoned with.

4 « ° .

It is proposed to open the Fair-
hall Home for indigent children
early next year. This has been
made possible through the genergs-
ity of Mr. Lewis Punnett, a retired
planter, who about 8 years ago
made a gift of 30 acres of land to
the Anglican Community for the
aged poor,

Work wa" started through the
initiative of Rt. Rev. H. N. Vy.
Tonks but the magnitude of the
task proved too much for the
Church whose financial resources
are limited. With the consent of
the donor the government of this
island has undertaken to contimue
the work and to widen its scone

Mr. Punnett has also promiged
further financial contributions for
the prorress of the schem<
his death.

Kingstown
Markel, tne greater part of whicno

uncovered, have been puiled
daqown and a@ completely covered
maraxet ivv ft. x luv fi. will soon
be erected. Temporary arrange-
iments nave been made for the
meat stalls close by the sea where
ne fish market stands,

ne sueds in the

The corner-seors f the ne
structure was laid by the then
Administrater Hon. R. H. Garvey
in Dec. 1947, The estimated cos!
is $104,000 of which $96,000 have
been provided by C.D. & W. funds.
The building when completed will
not only add to the comfort of
vendors and customers but also-to
the beauty of the town.

Under the auspices of the Extra-
Mural Department two lectures
were delivered at the Court House
by Mr. Allan Morain, statistician to
the Anglo-American Caribbean in
Trinidad.

On Tuesday 7th Dec. Mr. Morain
dealt with land, labour, capital
and entrepreneurship, the four
factors of production.

On Thursday evening the lec-
turer dealt with the place of statis-
tics in administrative planning

and the necessity for secu7ing a .

trained field statistician to collect
data,

In commenting on the lecture:

the Chairman said, “Mr. Morain
has breathed the breath of life in-
to the nostrils of dead statistics
and given life, interest, meaning

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dent-General has forwarded a pro-)
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the World Federation of Trade,
Unions.

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to His Honour the Administrator
for transmission, associated itself
“with the eighty million organized
workers of the W.F.T,U. to have
Mr, le Leap freed so that he may
continue to defend the French
workers against the Government's
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ime necessary to get a hoverplane ; ¢
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pilots, belfeving that the hover- |

plane is the vehicle of the future,|?

have beén making efforts for some
years to obtain training
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pilots have completed the neces-
sary hours,

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difficulty. This could be reduced !2
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machines.

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school would start as soon as pro-!

duction of these new machines be-

gins. Already a prototype is flying.
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: ADVOCATE
CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PARTIES

Mich! is one
In the picture are

40 Are Turned
Back Every Week
Al The Ports





Britain's Home Office immigra-

tion officers,
the airports
vent “undesirables”
ing the country,
most
world.
They are told
policy is to be
to all travellers
If passport
everything
touch with the
vr Consulate in
the matter
Every

the men who guar

from

polite passport men in

that
polite

the

a is out of
done to get
visitor's Embassy
London and get

right,

Is

put

week about 40 people

1

and seaports to pre-
enter-
are probably the
the

best
and helpful

date
in

are refused permission to enter

the country,

unpleasantness,

If a person’s name corresponds
to one in the black book of

But there

Is

By W. A. RYSER
LONDON, Dec. 22
The Co nist Party in Russia
ippears t t r ising an
eriousiy worried about evidences
f graft, t evasion of
parental responsibility and hood-
lumism wit the Soviet Union
Arie the Soviet Press of
the past s i eeks reveals ¢
rare news; ap er npaign of spot-
lighting the ier side of
Russian }ife unusual in that
PresS which very seldom carries
any @ecounts of cri strikes,
aceil or other indic ms that
all isnot sweetness and light. TWO PARTIES were given for poor children yesterday.
Adee illu. cat shat ect LEFT: Bady Secl presents a Christmas gift to little Michael Barrow at the Children’s Goodwill League Creeche yesterday.
oa ee 4 i nn i, Ry of 32 babies who received gifts. One hundred and forty elementary school children were also treated to Christmas fare
mews; zvestia describes Sir George Seel, Lady Seel, Mr. John Beckles, Michael and his nurse
the of ¢ ption on the part RIGHT:—-Mrs. H. O. Ramsay (left) presented gifts to the children at the Christmas party at Christ Church Almshouse yesterday evening.
of oF} e. ikoli ybytkov who was Madame Ifill (right) gave the party for children and inmates of the institution.
said to e made at least $1.000,-
000 tfadin :. ber illegally with .
Gove ie g ie ~ .
3 Canada Dry Ch. Ch. Almshouse Inmates
iid “he is a portly X aC °
centage th a golden chain “42QS ompetition Gi Cl ° stm : P; tv
and diamond watc! ) Kar ohana iven Wis as ar y
negligently from his side pocket. hbase ae ee of Upper -
When he moves his hands sunlight Dry Ch, See aoe ee NEARLY FIFTY CHILDREN and 75 inmates of Christ
flashes from many precious tion with a total ne ie eras Church Almhouse attended the Christmas Party w hich was
stones’ he \ on his thick words SoRnert V I
fingers! ‘ V Ss. given by Madame Ifill and her social V orkers at Christ
: This was the first competiti Church Almshouse yesterday evening. Gifts were dis-
on : ;
Thé Paper said Prybytkov will Of its kind and the sponsors hope tributed by Mrs. H. O. Ramsay, wife of the American
be tri€d shortly with a number of to make an annual feature. Second Officer at the Consulate.
factory # dire and other re- There special prize list for Both children and inmates en- Before the presentation, Mr
sponsible offi who were his €Mtries from school children, whieh joyed themselves. The Police Band Ramsay said that it was the first
accomplices has not yet been judged. was in attendance and played time she was attending such a
An entry was sent in by a blind many lively tunes. Most popular function in Barbados and she had
The Gove nmeni organ also re- ™@n, Who was given a consolation was calypso “Had a Little Mon- enjoyed it immensely. She was
ported a big andal in the Gov- Prize. key.” pleased to see how well the chil-
et eee near Re- First prize is a ham and plum ~ oy ee seer ‘ene brought ey
: via where D. A. pudding. Second prize is a ha e message to them from the children
Shem@dayey described as the These prizes will he intecer ae igre Goodwill of the U.S.A. wishing them a
“perfume king” has been arrested Oe ae ube presented to Happy Christmas and pleasant
: s the winners today. 20 consola~ apl at ~" ite
% —U.P. tion prizes were also awarded. New Year.
League Treat Mrs, H, A. Talma, Churchwar-
den of Christ Church, thanked
Mrs. Ramsay for the interest she

Three Who Work
For West Indies

LONDON.















































s , in London in 1918 and was one of
ae ah who work the few West Indian doctors prac-
s ont e an a, owe une . ie ga the Great
i tudents r ar. e began his practice in
Britain al r latest a poor district of South London
issue -of Review of in 1922, where he still has his
br tish ; F hey are surgery, and since 1933 has helped
y. u ames a newly-qualified colonial doctors
Jamaican pri Dr. Belfield by allowing them to help in his
Clarke, a ph) 1 from 3arba- practice while still continuing
di , and Mii el Foster-Davis. their studies at London hospitals.
famaican musician and teacher. He has worked in the Colonial
The review refers briefly to the Office welfare department and
work of the British Council among keeps open house for colonial
Colo} Students in Britain, students. The article adds: “This
a i in pnping 9 ac- modest man with his considerable
ion not only in London talents has done much to alleviate
but als@sin provincial centres. In the suffering of the poor and to
Birmi m, it says, there are be- help smooth the path of coloured
lieved. be about 6,000 colonial peoples in this country.”
peop! ymostly West Indians, Miss - Foster-Davis
w nN heavy industry. ia Nal ‘ sect
7 Teithed oiidenth ave not ; Miss Noel Foster-Davis, another
: mee Jamaicé s 2 é sice
enco id by the British Council f Siete eee She vs ase
au’ to have dealings with 6o¢ the taiimlcan tin ane Ore
the o : workers,” it says, “and che veh ak tsar haba. of cats i A -
for th who are concerned with ~°.. te Bere eet ae eae
the Bed ot th Thttee. tha scholarship to the Trinity Col-
Bt 208 © lege of Music in London’ when
Cow policy is one for regret, ye 10 ; 2
Re iaee rug cae 3 she was 19. She arrived in Eng-
for it ig felt ti the students are jand in 1936 and has been teact
beleemeiit up as perhaps ‘a race 50> ever since,
aa mov ior th ware 2 nn 1e. is an accomplished concert
dents ex to this country eee and Violinist and has
we By ae wroadeast in Britain and Scandi-
to sine a studies and to snvyis She also plays the guits
learnem@bout the British way of D@Via-. She also plays the gular,
life.” » organ, clarinet and double bass.
2. ‘ < a .
rie ee She has taught in schools and
, /Y. « ant ‘i + colleges in Britain and has com-
urning 0 ne nree . allets as Jest
Then, g posed ballets, based on Wes
workers it has particularly singled [ndian folk tales. ;
out for prai it gives the life “Miss Davis wants to return to
storysof Dr. Marcus James, who Jamaica,” the article adds. “She
hasad a remarkable academic would like to establish in the
ago attack: il oppression in jsland a school of music which
St. Paul’s hedral some months would be a permanent foundation.
career, It was Dr. James who ¢he believes that the West
preachéd « powerful sermon in [ndians have a natural sense of
South Africa. Still only 29, he was yusic, but need the discipline of
educated at a Kingston ‘ondary 4 European training.”
school, at Harvard University and —B.U.P.
at Oxford.
‘One gets the impression that +F
this “Quiet academic Jamaican, Wreck Recovered
although keenly interested in the ;
affairs of the under-privileged— GUATEMALA, Dec. 22,
he s ds part of his week work- The wreckage of a small private
i Hone of the poorest of Lon- pjane which crashed into the sea
slum areas—still prefers the off the Guatemalan coast on
here of the college library December 14, was recovered by
of the public platform,” it givers here yesterday. Further
search for the body of one of the
eiaie to occupants has been abandoned.
Dr. Clarke Four people were killed in the
DreCecil Belfield Clarke, born accident.
in Bar ;, qualified as doctor






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Children

INE HUNDRED AND FORTY
elementary school children were
yesterday treated to Christmas
fare at the Children’s Goodwill
League Creche, and 32 babies in
cradles were given Christmas
presents. The gifts were presented
by Lady Seel, wife of Sir George
Seel, Comptroller for Develop-
ment and Welfare who was also
present,

berore the gifts were distributed,
Mr. John Beckles said that it was
the 17th anniversary of the
Christmas treat, The local League
had to congratulate the Overseas
Children’s Goodwill League Com-
mittee in their yearly effort in
trying to give as many children
that kind of cheer. He also:
thanked the local merchants and
others who had donated presents.

The Creche is a day nursery,
Children are left there by parents
from 6 am. to 4 p.m, daily



Parents of such children must be,

working and a record is kept of
where they are working, The
children are given three meals a
day.

On being brought to the creche
each morning the children’s
normal clothing is taken off, they
are bathed and dressed in the
uniform of the creche. The re-
mainder of the day is spent play-
ing, eating and sleeping,

Dr. Scott is the medécal Officer
for the creche,

Yesterday the elementary
dren were seated around a
row of tables, Each was given
something to eat and_ drink.
After this they were given frozen
ices and oth¢r sweets.

chil-
long

decorated Christ-
creche, The gifts
table ona

anere was a
mas tree at the
were placed ona
platform and nurses brought the
babies for their presents when
their names were called, Lady Seel
had a charming smile for each
baby.

Gifts were presented to, the
nurses and other employees, of, the
creche, and Mr. Beckles also
received one,

When she
the presents, Lady
with the children
share toffee to the
children,

The schoo] children sang a num-
per of Christmas songs after the
main part of the treat had
finished.



distributed all
Seel mixed
and helped
elementary

had

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had shown. On behalf of the in-
mates of the institution, she
thanked Madame Ifill.

She that she hoped
Madame Ifill’s life would be
spared for many more so
that she could carry on her good
work. She then extended the
seasons’ greetings to everyone
present,

Madame Ifill thanked Mrs,
Talma for her kind remarks and
Mrs. Ramsay for gracing the
function with her presence. She
said that it showed a Christian
spirit.

Among those present were; Mr
W. O. Payne, Vice-President of the
Christ Church Baby Welfare
League, Mrs. R. Rudder, Mrs. D,
Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. H A. Talma,
Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. S. Heath, Mr.
and Mrs, Alfred Holder, Miss
Millicent Cox, Mr. J. E._T.
Brancker, Mr. A. Barrow and Mr.
C. B. Brandford.

said

years

afternoon

“known” undesirables, he is sent
back on the next boat or airplane
If he has to spend a night in

Britain, it is in a comfortable de-

tention room, with freedom to

buy food and cigarettes,
—L.E.S,



Two Pass Through

From Martinique

NTRANSIT from Martinique
yesterday by B.W.1LA. for
Trinidad on his way to Cristobal,



was Mr. Lucien A. Machineau,
Boarding Officer of the French
Line,

Also arriving here yesterday

from Martinique by
intransit for Trinidad,
was Mr. Jerome Barnes, Construc-
tion Engineer for the Shell Co.,
stationed in Fort de France, He
has now gone to spend the Christ-
mas holidays with his relatives in

B,.W.I.A.

Port-of-Spain.



Friendly

Rivalry

In West Africa

Anyone who has lived for any
time in West Africa will be aware
of the rivalry, mostly friendly,
that exists between Gold Coast and
Nigeria, on the sports field as in
other activities. But if there is a

sompetitive element in the pursuit
of progress, they sensibly realise
that modern conditions demand

pressing forward together in some
respects. This is indicated in a
nice exchange of greetings recent-
ly when the new aircraft for West
African territories, the Marathon,
made its first trip between Ni-
seria’§ capital, Lagos, and the Gold
Coast’s capital of Accr “May this
bigger and better aircraft prove to
be part of an unbroken succession







of bigger and better things for the
people of both territories,” said
Nigeria’s message to Gold Coast.

Back went t e Gold Coast Gov-
ernor’s reply: “It is most hearten-



ing to see this modern aircraft
linking these two countries and
may it be a symbol of their con-

tinuing progress and prosperity in
friendship together.”
Tropical Research

Among the names of those who
have made their contribution to
malaria research is a distinguis shed
naval officer who has been in the
news recently. He _ is Surgeo

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G. Rainsford,
Honorary Phy-
sician to the Queen. Much of his
30 years’ service with the Royal
Navy has been spent in scientific
research in many parts of the
world. In 1933 he undertook in-
vestigations into malaria at Singa-

Rear-Admiral S
newly-appointed

pore, during construction of the
naval base there. The same year
he received the North Persian
Forces Memorial Medal for a paper

on the laboratory methods of diag-

nosis of brucella infections It |
vas on his report that the R.N.
fropieal Research unit, which he

permane sntly estab-
lished at Singapore. Other import-
ant tropical medicine rese arch in- |
luded that on cholera in connec-
worked with |

founded, was

tion. with which he
the United States medical research
unit in Cairo.

Denial

Mau Mau has been news in Wes
Africa in a special sense, iD ccaas
had it that West African troops
were in Bast Africa, and had

walked into a sitting of what one

no



newspaper des scribed as a sitting
of “a Mau Mau high court”, The
District Commander, Gold ‘Coast,

issued a prompt denial that there

were any West African troops on
e other side of the Continent.



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April 1954
LONDON.
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for the first time, fares have been |
fled for scheduled international |
flights across the North Pole from
the American West coast to Bu. |
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A spokesman saiti tnat tne lat- |
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“By the time these services have |
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1954, tourist-

Special ten per cent discounts |
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interest will be introduced from
April 1953 on routes between |
New Zealand and Fiji, Fiji and |

Tahiti, and New Zealand and Aus- |
tralia ]

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April 1 next.

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Britain and East Africa

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2,500 aircraft will eventually be
converted to high-density, or tour- |
ist seating. By doing this, there
will be five million more seats
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PAGE RIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1952
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PUBLIC NOTICES BL mie. [Ss cde os bee ee
PU ic SA | The applica { Graham Parkinson | .
a ne oe | Larrier, shopkeeper of Airy Hill, st.] CANADA DRY
o + fo ® t Sp ts i
. NOTICE | Malt Liq 1 building? . '
CARLTON CLUB situated ' st. Je '
TELEPHONE 2508 Any member desiring some motion | REAL ESTATE — December, 1982. | CHRISTMAS SPELLING |
MARRIAGE Rawal ‘Geceusa” ite tengo ae 5 or a: ! Vacancy for a General Manager, Marketing Division, Agriculture
yi i FORK SALE mit same to the Secretary by January| HOUSE—Situated on the beach’ a | Dist : COMPETITION Department, Georgetown, British Guiana.
GREAVES—WILKINSON — On Novem th, 1953 p : | St. Lawrence. Apply to K. R. Hunte, EVANS COLLYMORE, | :
ber 22nd at Brampton, Ont Canada ie dee | Telephone GIR or 4611 2..00-2¢8.1 NB—T én win Ue ce Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for the
Dr, Patsiek Cochron W aves, son AUTOMOTIVE 2, 18-903, | anncidmnineniibe ee ed « ed at ‘ to be held at post of General Manager of the Marketing Division of the Agricultur:
uae det ores ee Sao pebanaiestttten puiniteatitndemien., 4 | Police Court, D strict “F" on Friday| The judges have awarded the prizes D .
to Audrey: Jean, daughter of Mr snag CAR—Morris-Oulotd, good’ gh mow NOTICE AUCTION the td dey t ary, 1998, at 1i]as follows partment comprising—
Mrs. George Wilkinsorr of Brampton, | ™leage under 3,00). Delephone 2049, Applications for one vacant Frizer's ‘Sy kind yr ane ae |‘ we "DW ae P : ™ .
4 i ar ; rmisgion of Mes Mc J. 8. EDWARDS FIRST PRIZE (TURKEY, HAM « . ‘ ae ee, en ai New Am-
Ontario, Ci 19.0—tn Fs St) 1.1.5 l annuity will be secetved En the Clerk| Enearney & "Co., I will sell at thels Police Magistrate Diet I CHRISTMAS PUDDING), (a) The Government Produce Depots, Georgetown and New A
; DIED CAR 8 HELP. Standata 1997 pod Sacaae ot dees Ce ‘moon) Sarees on ; Soe _ Zt abi: | 2 i mmm wore ais , Claude Gregoire sterdam;
s , ; Sed : ‘warn aon +. y oebuck Street ; : . ria tai tEinais 9
ss iibeiiire Na as tana PRE HE os ed ne cpanel!) Appheams must be widors of the| Sar, 00 Kien 30 ee LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | ne (b) The Livestock Control Organisation;
BISHOP--On December 22, at the Gen- | 8547 Darish of St. Michael, who ere in| itick-up all in working order just The application of Caspar Foster, Tz | SECOND PRIZE (HAM) (c) The Milk Control Organisation; and
eral Hospital. William Bishop. The 20.12.5a~2n a0 8 4 jtime for the holiday season. TERMS | of Cr Mount, St. Andrev per | Mr. H. H. Brewster, Harmony Hall, a) The Pr . Dactare
funeral leaves his late residence, Prom- . a amnegpeetesalp nian dave vane "a ke obtained |CASH on fall of hammer. R. Archer } mission to sel! Spi alt Laq &<. |Hindsbury Road (d) ie ‘ocessing Factory.
enade Road, Kew. Land, St. Michael CAh-Au In 004 condition ¥ : ~ “REDMA. 4 | McKenzie. 20.12.52—3n 8 board and shigled shop i at]
Coe this afternoon for the Westbury jend goms Site ne Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry. | nt tae > at to § |Ons CAGR 'C ANADA® one gavue 2. The salary of the post is $4,800 per annum, (non-pensionable).
Cemetery Linte aro oebuck St ee F i this 1 da p 2. /ONE C AY " a , ’ . :
Edith Bishop (wife Ira Grant. Egbert q 16.12. 52—8n., | PERSONA J. R. EDWARDS, Esq |AGES EACH) A cost-of-living allowance at the approved rate, now $240 per annur
B shop, Etheline Seott (children) Sheila, —--——--—— to 5 (rr — - Police Magistrate | : - . =e & vy i. 6 the
Marion, Cynthia, Cecil, Marva, Junita.| CAR—Oone Forde damaged by NOTICE | The public are hereby warned against Dist. “F |Good Entry (Open) Bradford Clarke,| 18 also payable. Appointment will be on agreement for 5 years in th
Michael, Brenda igrand-childre fire, can b “pert Welch's Gar-| | “In view of the fact that Seturday the | #!¥ing credit to my wife LILIAN PEIRCE CASPAR woos. | Top Rock, Christ/ first instance, and subject to physical fitness. Other conditions of ser-
Se aaa zc, Chap ure Speightsiown, St. | 27th December hi ‘s . | (nee Greenidge) as I do not hold myselt pplicant. | Church " ae bie:
GRANT —On December : Willian | Peter, Offers in ¥ iting t> Cave Sh p- | lic Holiday, tho, stuigusonttenen “Banks | responsible for her or anyone else con N.B.—This application will be consid-| S “i Lionel K. Grifth,| Vice are as for officers of equivalent status holding pensionable appoint
Edward Grant. The ral leave pis herd & Co., Ltc., before 2rd December. | will remain @peh until 2 Pom. on Wea- or, any debt or debts in my name | ered at a Licensing Court to be fy at No. 78 Beckles Rd.,/ ments. >o ahem
ighter’s residence Vfila House, Vila 19.12. 0z—5n | nesday, th : aniess by a written order signed by me. Police Court, D strict I or ‘riday St. Michael f : . .
Road, Brittor Hii, at 4.9) pom. io an — ‘nels Ghaenenn Ce eee CHARLES BENJAMIN. PIERCE the 2nd y of January, 1953, at 11 j ; : Michael Ward 3. The duties of the post will be the general management and
the Westbur, Cemeters HiLLMAN STAT! WAGON -—Only BARCLAYS BANK (DOM Richmond Main Gap o'clock, at Dale-Mar- Dayrells risi i activities th Organisations named
Maude Grant (wife), Ametha Wamrer 16,000 miles. Owner driven. Appearance COLONIAL AND oven St Miceoe J. R. EDWARDS, Road, Ch. Ge supervision of the marketing activities of the Org i
id . Grant (som), Beryi] good as 4 Periect working order THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA, | 23.12.52—2r Police Magistrate, Dist Cesar Lyon, C/o| above, and the General Manager will at all times be subject to the
y Warner, St. Cla BRADSHAW & COMPANY BRIDGHTOWN BRANCH A ae peoepenomenaals Lashleys Ltd. 20
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Gestiasn | $2,000,000. The Depots trade in all local edible root crops, fruits, vege-

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: $ . 6.12.52—4.1 n THE CANADIAN BANK OF | Sula Diabet direction and control of the Director of Agriculture. ;
ae ea _ a, COMMERCE ss ‘ E. F. Brewer, Fiat The annual trading turnover of the Produce Depots is abou
chile. Clement mathe ELECTRICAt 12.920 19," Block B. The
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(son-in-ls ee ate eoannae ~ "ey a ae a ea aaa aceeh a itis pie | ts a eanrune
demain ool oR ARRAND—2-Speed Automatic Hecord NOTICE gineiaeanaiiaemee nie ee | Warrens Pogue, | tables, and preserves.
. hangers jure received hm. veo Re Estate of » a
iN MEMORIAM usntity, T. C. S. Malic. & Co., Lid JAMES. NATHANIEL JONES , eatiy. Christies OO "st | The Livestock Control Organisation is the sole purchaser of cattle
GIBBS in | ving memory of Mr. Gibbs |» oni NOTICE is hous ate that all ADVOCATE . - lias Sa Pe oe intended for consumption in Georgetown and New Amsterdam. In
- a ‘ Nee ere eee mms uy al per- « N \ ¢ ibbee wil ac- Sc pbury 4 . * . ‘ . 2
who died in December 195i ER RECEIVED the new 6 and 6 tube | sons having any debt oF claim ageines ne 1} ’ Cargo and Passengeta Mer ; vt Kew Land, st'| addition it operates an Abbatoir in the Rupununi from which beet
Rest in peace your trials axé over, PYE RADIO, Featuring Bandspread ov affecting the estate of James Nathaniel | )) Ant , Montserrat, Michael ‘ . > we ledion , > and th
y > ; c : ; , . s tra Ds y craft to Georgetown, The supply of beef and the
Rest in peace your work Is done. | Jall Short-Wave Bands, P. C. 8, Mafiel | Jones tocstecat tate al Roebuck Street |) STATIONERY 1 St. Kitts, Sailing 3rd. | pretty Decorated Paper—Mr-. D. G, wil-|'8 transported by air mat ea eee PPh Bah ck
You are gone where those that love} & Co. Lid f in the City of Bridgetown in ‘this Island |) ? 9 son, Las Campanas,| activities of butchers throughout the Colony are also regulated }
m1 16.12.5214 vt } | ort Ave. Selle hate aes
oon salt’ tillow aie bs . lial haley Ai 2 Robe solce Sergeant who died at |f os tinal er ara Ave. Belleville! this Organisation.
1 Gibbs ‘sor ion : FU day of Feria y “001. are Fepuected to nd ers for Don Sinesto Ter ce, The Milk Control Organisation is responsible for the purchase
, ' Q y . an Passengers fo om ne ENITURE send in particulars of their claims duly GREYSTONE, HASTINGS Montserrat, Nevis ‘ St. Michael i





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oe - ‘ Sailing 9th Janu- i id, Coun-| Collection, transport and distribution of milk for sale in Georgetown.
y LARDERS—-Si y 5 7 Blind—L. Bedford, Garden id, Coun : oe .
OR RENT B IC $5 to $201.8." Wissen See st. Wil or ues Sin darn Seeger oa me Just the little shop | y Road, St. Micha i The following activities take place at the Processing Factory, viz
. r ay @ sa nes Nathaniel Jones a p tr tuby Griffith, Week : ; _—
HOUSES Dial 4069 23,12.52—2n devented, C/o Haynes & Griffith, Sotic- in ‘the village . . B.W.1. SCHOONER oY mat sales cee Lana eenciand —production of stock feeds, cassava flour, plantain flour, drying and
ae -—-_--—————__——_ —— ~ | jtors, jo. 12 High Street, Bridgetown, ASSOCIATION NC St. Michael “or manufacture of cor meal and experiment

APARTMENT ut Myrtle Villa, Lower POULTRY on or before the 28th. duy of February where the Best Books, Consignee, Dial 4047 : Mrs. Ethel Browne. | bulk storage of corn, manufacture of corn meal XI
Collymore Rock ava.iable immediately TA eee ee ore Ae, bic ate we shal cascane Stationery and Xmas Cards Nr Scarborough,| canning.

ial 4100 2 3 POULTRY—11 new hampshire chicks | to Tribute e assets of the de- " Ch. Ch - ‘. : " Nis pee a : arkiin the
Oar a ee ee , Aid deve: 618 cockerel 8 months all out | ceased among the parties—entitled there. are now on show wa Kuignt | A wholesale Fish Market and Cold Storage plant which are in th

BUNGALOWS—Two modern Bunga-]°! stock took 4 prizes at Exhibition|to having regara only to such elaime Newbury St.| course of erection will also come under the supervision of the General
lows, BERESFORD and EUNICE. Newly] ©a!l 8550 after 5 p.m Se | oe Pe wt sce ce tke S — Manager
built at Maxwell's Rond, near sea, Al) te —- ce and we not be liable for the Best Classification—J. Snee, Tushielan ” :
ee pan vaaibnéae inoludine oe ce TREEY COCKS Only two remain — or any SS ae ae ee - r Rockley New Road, 4 A li : 2 t foll “ inf 4
and silvers. Ist of Jan. Consult Nurse For Particulars Dial 6462 23.12.52—1n.| tO any person of whose debt or claim ; yi Ch. Ch. , pplications giving the following information, viz:—name in
Pilgrim, Nobolisba Gap beer ” MECHANICAL wea ait patiaas ieamia te fos ee TT Tt {Good Entry (Children) —Dexter Boye, full, date of birth, and professional qualifications and commercial

E “ = =§ (8% years), Dex- , , SS Ss an n reiki

COTTAGESmall Cottage at St. Law- NICAL pees =: Teel re their i ae ae em. ane experience, and accompanied by not more than two recent testimonials,

nee Ga mn Sea, fully f shed. 2 . ery yy ai or lelay. . St., Belleville : ; ‘ ine +
Beasts Prom danuasy, set” Robie sop mA Atdofiex ¥ 4.5. (pistamat | Dated this 10th. day of December 1952, say Lia Mi Rp area ot eae a ie Annabella J. Ash-| Should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture, Agriculture Depart-
Hollywood, St, Lawrence On. se carrying case call #050" after 5 ara Qualifiea seemed tee aa CANADIAN SERVICE oe i, Tha ment, Georgetown and should reach him not later than 31st of Janu-

2 2.52 n 7 ‘ . arlow astings

a 12.52—2n James Nathaniel Jones deceased. From Montreal, Halifax and Saint John, Ch. Ch ‘lary, 1953.

FARAWAY—Fully furnishea 3 bed-| SINGER SEWING MACHINES and 10.12.52—3n * Expected Arrival |qucky Dip~Mrs. K. 0. Grannum, St ¢
room house, St. Philip coast. Lighting others Hand. B $20. Val Sa ie SpE TE REE ye EE SEE EEEPoEEEEEEE EE yEea Halifax St. John Dates Barbados Simon's Village, St. Andrew

lant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2 . “ar Ye’ appetues up—L8.! LY NCErS SECONDARY SCHOOL |. “FEGGEN” 5 Dee 9 Dec 25 December iss P. Browne, 4th Ave.) J. Opts0y6 <
Rervant Saaniat Monthi> rent $60 plus Wilson, Spry St. Dial ee. eh ie ee, bs SPRY STREET 8.8. “SUNDIAL” 19 Dec 23 Dee 8 January Sohevite. St. Michael. SOODSSSSOD IO SSSPSPO SPD C GS SOPSPPSP IOS POSS OES oes
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial aia i Soret The following candidates nave gained| *-5- rs SEABREEZE 3 Jan. _ Jan by yuary z » Miss Eunice Hunte, Ash- % ” Xx
ez. nk dha MI LANEOUS admission to this School for the year |*-5 SUNADELE » 16 Jan 20 Jan 31 January ville, Lower Bay Street, St x IME oO 4 %

at eee ae SCEL 1953 eens Michael )

HOUSE at Beach Gap, Hastings | op ttre enter 1. Alleyne, Jean U.K. SERVICE oy x %
Seaside available ist January. Dial COOPER'S AERSOL FLYSPRAYs en- 2. Allamby, Joan Fr Newport, Swans i ° In awarding the first and second] X -- *
or after business hours. Dial 8133 sures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes, 3 Barrow, Dorothy Poe renee ir aawenpent oie sage Arrival prizes out of 869 entries the judges. dis- $ Up THE HOME ¥ f $

12.52—2n. | © » Obtainable from all leading 4. Bates, Shirley Newport Swansea Liverpool Glasgow Dates Barbados qualified any entrant using individual) % $
"KINGSWAY — Unfurnished, Maxwell] gue” untied Sei’ Be Blackett, Jancte 7: Fe Sistine War alte te tee te $
€ - ed, 18, ett, Janette ROGENAES" 8 Dec 12 De 19 T 3. . number of tim hey appear ir : ” * ¢
SI ee See) See ee Os sn Barly petronry | eri, Bg, ganaegtny A frequent Se x
e "i . — \ a TRADER" Early January lid Jan Bar Pebruary error was Some entra ‘ °

ena ane” right of oe a Y tendaee’ bee be ae a 36 a Beene ee dentine ica is aia ern marly Sebrusry pested enen Pet - eee ganna EARLY g

sea. ny Pan. . rice 3 la 4 owen, uida a" r ing such as “BAY ne judges allow
res Seat 23.12.52—In.] 11. Burke.’ Esther nds Samia anette ee such words only once. The winner Varnishes, Enamels, Paints, %

LU . Tw . Scaeeenseneerapennetie== eee i2. Bushelle, Ira mburg, Ro a ndon made up his entry without using names n el Wool.

Containing open verandah, drawng,| GEREALS Shredded Wheat, Corn| 13 Bynoe, Maleita Papeciod Anvival fot places and persons and richly de- Sandpaper, Steel s

dining and sitting Rooms, three (3) Falkes, all bran, Rice Krispies. Oat- 14 Caddle, Louise jamburg Rotterdam London te ba serves the prize Also x

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bedrooms, breakfast room and kitchen] meal, | Oatfakes in packages and tins, 15. Clement, Cynthia 5.8. “SUNAMELIA” ng .. & Dec 7 Dee. ll Dee 28 December Platte Cups. >
Dial 4031, : Barley and Linseed loose. W. M. Ford 16 =Darlington, Sheila 8.5. “ALF LINDEBERG” . _ 13 Jan 19 Jan 2 Februar The prizes of fountain pens and pen- Plates, T's, ups, e
20.12.5229. 135 Roebuck St. Dial 3469 a 11. Downey, “Marva Be rable a ea wall Pans x

a nena niaee AZ n ler, Patricia AB be awarded in due course

NEWHAVEN — Fully furnished 4-bea. aT i 19 Evelyn, Grace Agents PLANTATIONS LTD. rt es o
Soe nouse, Crane coast Double Garage] DRIED FRUIT—Ralsins, Prunes, Cher-| 20. Fields Gyeh Phone 4703 Canada Dry thanks everybody for Saucers, Saucepans, Pots, %
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water-| ries and Stoned Dates in packages 21. Forde, Norma their splendid effort Jn making this -
mill supply. Monthly rent $78 plus 3 W. M. FORD 435. Roebuck Street Dial 22. Glasgow, Geraldine competition a great su€cess and wishes and $
slsgning charge, IN anya ten 3489. 23.12. 52—2n 23° Green, Olwyn you all a very Happy Christmas %

; 11,52—t.fin. |. . ———_—__— 24 GriMth, Joan ¢

OFFICE—-At Prince William Henry| tne Dee ee Just in time for] 25 Harris,’ Jove Champagne, Port, Sherry z

OE am the andcing mason: y Evening 26 «Headley, Julia iN '
Street over. Lashiey's Lid. Apply to Dresses, Beauttful Cooktail Dresses and| 27. Howard, Pauline LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Cocktail, Pony Whisky, sS
T Marsha hone § lovely Evening Bags at $5.98 each. The| 28 x
as.12.08—4n, | Modern Dress Sheent, Breede arses 3° tar soe The application of Vasliti Coulthrust of Liqueur, Half Pint Glasses. $

a ec cedtcitinitetemeerrliinsny -——— 21.12.52—2n 30 Inniss Elsie STEAMSHIP COMPA NY INC Endeavour, St. James for permission to Ce USF ai ai! x

UNFURNISHED COTTAGE _ behind a — 31 Jones,’ Collene f sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at aj x
Garrison facing pasture, now vacant FRBEEZERS-—Ice Cream Freeers 3, 4 32 Jones, Hepsy poerean and shingled shop situated: at We 40 intdmen eur | b 4
Water inclosed yard, 5 small rooms and 8 Quart at $14.87 up, Also ice 33. Jones’ Patricia e iv Endeavour, St. James. beg ' %,
Telephone 2949 #3.12-52—In. | Grenm Servers at 96.98. Ice Shredders at] 34. Jongy,Paeicla CANADIAN SERVICE (FORTNIGHTLY) _, Dated this 19th day of December, 1952 Customers that our ¢

“YARD—large walled in, from tara nee oe 12.8 ‘mn 38 Lach yn n Polles Slagistrs syne 1% Stores will be closed | %

ee eee as . 3 mm.) 36. Larrier, Evelyn SOUTHBOUND KIM ALCOA CORONA KIM Distr'et » Saturd 27th =| ¥

ary with shed formerly nes coop- Siincttlipaniti exsiilicttye he a Distr:ct “E"', Holetown 1% on aturday j .
erage at Gill's Mouse, ‘Baxter's Road | GLASSWARE—At prices to sult every-| 36. Manat, ivan, PARTNER VASLITI COULTHURST, x December, ss
Dial 8186. Norma Goodridge, Oistins. ‘one, Snaps 8c., % pt. Tumblers ide 39. MeKecékney, Wilson = : Applicant “4 sy,

2 , ’ if ee | “la 29 Nov. 20 De 6 Je : 7 i ¥ :
igre een Decorated Tumblers S0c. Coasters we.,] 40. Moore, Doreen Ef ns | een a7 Dec 10 Jan re ie eee This application “will be consid: |"% nich apeipsdaes ee ae x
a ——— a Ash Trays 1l0c., Candy Dishes 22%.. 41. Moore, Joyce ARR. .BARBADOS 21 Dec 4 dan 22 Jan 7 Feb ered at a Licensing Court to be held at % .

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE) Desert Dishes Cand Nut es i 42 Morris, Angela i ; ares ae oe peas EL ina Bay of 5 Bra gt j x *

The applicat.on of Doris Carter, Shop- ays 26c., Father Xmas waprate 43. Norville, Candace Limited Passenger Accommodation Available At - Sealant : Teer on *
keeper To Roebuck Street, St. Michael, | Tumblers 3c, each. G. W. HUTCHIN- 44. Perch, Moreen at 11 o'clock, a.m aed | % x

Loe ‘ a , q Ss. H. NURSE
for permission to sell Spirits, male SON & CO., LTD. Dial ams, 12.89—$n Zz Pier com For further information apply: Da COSTA & CO., LTD.; Phone 2122, Police Magistrate, Sia ae 1% s
ni hark ee ey | aMs—ans wa ana mw we em ft Rage Omuacke ena & LIMITED ‘

Dated this 22nd day of December, 1952 ser ey ee 1 oe Bs 8 idley, Monica ua es Cee eee ae $
TG. ‘B GRIFFIN sq. Be FORD as” aMbuce gl] 2 Rolling, “Maureen NEW YORK SERVICE (iveny roun Werks} LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE % Broad St. and Speightstown 3

Police Magistrate, 8 wae? , . 7 . 7 r! f " i J

* “Sluned) DORIS CARTER, / Dial eo 98.12.89. on wae, omite SOUTHBOUND ALOOA ALCOA ALCOA ALCOA Ys SS OBSECSCS BBO OOE OOOO
Applicant - y ‘on, Morleen, PGAS PLAN POINTE The application of Edgar Belfield Wil-| @ - 24006666 ©99OG.0-9OOODOK F

N.B.-—This application w.li be consid- ganntie ene DEPT. ae tn od Parents/Guardians of the above named POINTER FEGASUS LANTER OINTER liams shopkeeper of Parris Hill, St @ 9O30O0008OG¢ d

cred at a Licensing Court to be held at | desirable shades at a very ‘The Modern | ate "sked to meet the Headmaster at the NORFOLK oe 17 Jan a i Joseph, for permission to sell Spirits,
Police Court, District “A” on Friday the | Only. 18 cents per bunch, The ern] School on Monday 5th January. 1953 at BALTIMORE 22 Dec, 19 Jan, 16 Mar. 16 Feb Malt Liquors &c., at a board and shingled as s 7 Yq.” _
PN eae OE SEnUarY, LORH aS TY Oe CCK, Payee a ge 21.12,89—2n [2° &™ NEW YORK 26 Dec. 23 ‘Jan, 20 Mar. 20 Feb. shop situated at Parris Hill, St. Joseph. Ww HEN iT re Ad Vv 8 a7
ae Mal i's ee oa—3n A. McD, FORDE, Arr. B'DOS. 7 Jan. 4 Feb. 7 Mar, 4 App. Dated this 19th day of December, 1952. 4 awa
G. B. GRIFFITH Br SIBERY STICHE-dun Oi Headmaster, m To:—J. R. EDWARDS, Esq. :
Epllgw Wagistrate, Dist. "A" | ote for sont otras OF tee oe cane 23,12,52—In iment ital ue Police Magistrate, y 1
2. 12.52—1n, | tt } f 0 eereesetitetcthnatenteeteneninennnerennennen Dist. “F"
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Y00S99900000490600600000 KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE NEW ORLEANS SERVICE (F0atTNiGHtTLy) See ieee
% , 21.12.52—2n, | Name: Oliver Eustace Robinson i ’ Atl fe cena
—— Occupation: SHOPKEEPER N.B.—This application wi bi pune ;
SUBSCR4&BE now to the Datly Telegraph, Residence: Chapel Street, St. Peter.’ ered at a Licensing Court to be held a



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wriving in ae by Al only a sew “ont Premises GELOS ARNETA EVROS STEAMER * the 2nd day of January, 1958, at 11|
days after publica ndon, Con and everite shop situated NRW Onizane , - o'clock, a.m, ° t |
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table and floor models; also ovens at RONALD EDWARDs, The application of John J. Smith and =
reduced prices. Auto Tyre Co., Trafal- for Applicant. Lvingstone A. Smith, Shopkeepers of ®
gar Street, Dial 2696. N.M.—This application will be consid- ivy, St. Michael, for permission to seil Announces he has opéned: »
21.12.52—3n. ered ata Licensing Court to be held on Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a board| 2
meng ednesday the 3ist day of December 1952 er H 2 £ and shingle sh attached to residence | ©
AUCTION STOVES—The famous Florence Stoves | at Police Court, District “Ee at it Arrived just in time for You... at ivy Mair Wa’, Bt Michagl : $
-n 2 and 3 burner models aurie o'clock a.m. Dated this 32nd day of December, 1952. | >
& Co., Tudor Street. Fhone $001 Potice SYDNEY H. NURSE, toe A Hatrate, Dat HA ARCOLA SHOES for Ladies é
aa ’ olice a rate, st. “E", Police Magistrate, Dist. *‘/ 2
SALE ttn SS TINNED BAKING PANS ve Nt ae, | :
STO) ‘aledonian er No, 7, —_—__—__-—___ ~s for Applicants :
last February. Dial 4174, f N.B.—This application will be consid-| ‘ ae . 2
AT 21,12.52—2n. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE CENTRAL EMPORIUM ered at_a Licensing Court to be held at}® Mansfield Shoes for Ladies and another shipment of ©
— naa ala . ah tee pads ? 7 , a 201 Court, District “A” Friday the 7 e m
‘OVERDALE” GRAEME HALL SCALES—Counter Scales (Jacob Pat- | keeper of Hutson Alley, St. Michael, for Bik tay ot Sunvasy. 60s ot ee o'clock, Indian Shoes and Sandals. >
tern) we.ghing up to 14 Ibs, at $32.24.| permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, Corner Broad & Tudor Streets a.m 5 | D4
3, W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd. Dial 4222,] &e., at a board and shingle shop at ¥ ee N | i 1 > 4
G. WwW E. A. McLBOD, , c r S
23.12.52—2n. | White's Alley, City. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”. | All these Shoes are now well known throughout $
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i a Aah eta By HARVEY es pertners Dec. 22
: im which ta play a shot ‘ . eae 5
Slay Out Of The While ladies who had prepared t trary to the third The All Star soccer oe mh’, o » }
R 4 I : 1 li = e overburdened hampers sat le in the k the lt go : ; y — Ber mw % your face with Palmolive Soap *
‘ ‘ t} . ; 1 a holiday tour of Bermuda
ng readte a Welermg mous > i , n os aks intory Ove Then, for 60 seconds, message with
t © l carried them off after the ¢ - a ine co Pett 67 = Ber ee om se ee wae B Puimolive’s eott, lovely lathes Rinse!
1m , ‘ nte 78-11-67. e jermude Athle Ass a-
THERE |} more ; Some < ompetition at the Rx ; W + j 4 ; , 74- 6-68. | tion, forme: Bermuda amateur ERS chaenn Soy for 14 days.
HE news, as yet unconfirmed in official West Indies cricket cireles, | 2°! Brit boxt n the past a rg ant ais aan ie : © telles -R a 89-19-70 | champions. okin Paluolive’ ee tinge
=i ya cnaraeke cade . ze thatGhulain Ahmed, India’s most outstanding bowler in. India | 2°84 : ’ aga ap happened to put together William Mrs. Atwell-R. Vidmer 83- 8-75 The American squad is made Craurifying effect!
this VRE. C. G. Gopinath, the discovers of the 1860-51 ton ha why I he pe he not being Atk Ries J i Vi te Hh nte. | Mrs. Melntyre-L.. Maskell 84- 8-| UP of players from Cornell, Dart- hp
Z 3 ’ erio hi talk ibout pro- | / si on ine clo | - 4 - . | ve > s . T rey ‘ ¥ = i e ‘
ee ee Vee ee elas cores (Sere aReUTe OF” Oe i setted comeback, writes. PETER |Geoffrey Manning and John |76. miata By anes PS, For bath and shower, get the thrifty Bath Size Palmolive
ippointment in West Indies cricket circles. VILSON , : ar "so Rodger Colin -Bellanty and.’ Ros o syivania.——
oweve vill rece ) 1eadache trying to oe en. coe Pan oo J. Smith-C. Thomas 89-{....,..,, de aooe >oex |
plac "Shula \ouith d Eve my pray ae bape th il he 4 ill } } 1 don't like come-back They Wilson and these pairs finished one re + Sec mae pOOeo-oe POPOL O OOO OOOO OS,
his decision sinee it is reported as being pure domestic jfarnish the lustre of the greatest oo ee in —_ oe or | I, Niblock-S, Toppin 89-12-77 3
é ‘(ONGICTERN ghter and youngsters wh inson anc unte, 1 a eae eee, os. ‘enna DANCE 3
HMED 1 So hen oe |never Saw the ex-champions in|handicap — allow- ft So ae $
ED, an off-spinner, has given consistent performa fc v- Sp eee : ara . ance = i et ad :
eal LS ae Citas aseivat the. We Tndie age s . in| their days of glory twist a scorn- IS tn a nice 70 | Mrs. King-K, Hunte 87- 9-78.| By —
al seaso i age t th i 1 agpur = it ; : | Z e 7 : ae 5. ‘
1948 he bagged 8 wickets and at Calcutta he took 6 aul lip and sneet Pooh! I don’t lgross, which gave Mrs Maskell-W. Grannum $2-| Mr. NAAMAN HOLDER :
3 was born in July and was India’s most consistent bowler | $¢ ° woe everyone made a fuss them a net. 67, | 14-78, & Mrs. P. SIMMONS
in England this year puaen n. one stroke better 4 ‘ nha 93-14- Rr
I have already dealt with Gopinath in m day to day “Who's Freddie, now 33, could not hope|t han Manning a - Munz-E. Benjamin 93-14 on ©
Who’ of the Indian players and so he needs no introduction to local|.0 be a ood as once he was—j/and Rodger who ae? % 7 SATURDAY, 27TH DECEMBER ©
fans, nd there are other people besides | had a 74 gross but | ©. Bayley-H. V King 90-11-79 Sveneeeneny: SEE. 3 Ss
DATTARY GAJARAN PHADKAR yself who think that. only a 6 handi- | Mrs. Beasley-Mrs. Manning 92-|$ “'maGUE constitution Road”
ORN December 12, 1925. Pro- Who, for instance? Why none cap Bellamy and | 12-80 ‘ | Ti. init Dackdatos =z
fessional cricketer, fast me- other ‘than Freddie Mills In his ilson turned in 2 Tay 7) — Suk iw 1 4 ADMISSION | (ite. ; 4
dium right arm bowler and attack- itobiography, “Twenty Years,” a . but iat Ph eR ee id Dancing: 8 p.m. to 2 a.1
ing right hand batsman. A good} he wrote at the end of his descrip- | @ owed 12) ceo | 0$0O$606-0-06660906 om |
lose to the wicket* fieldsman on of | first fight against Gus strokes, which N. G. Daysh-E. B. Williams 90>] Wesesuctoccencccnneene:,
Made debut 1942-43. Went tof esnevich aves & 2 Se 15-84, $|
Australi 1947-48 as ler Even now when at h 4 down to a net 76 : Yerkins-B, Osborne 104-1 “The Imperial College of |
and re n that bas tic ae ‘Sie toe : eRe DS . Mird wien aiages | a diteracets’y ner Tropical Agriculture, Trini- $|
with an riends, it gives me quite a in Dieee: |" ; dad, Invites Tenders for the 3 |
‘ , ‘ 7 ; | s. Wilson-Mrs. McDermott chase f its 440V. 60 }
i that no igh ter can take such|eighteen-hole test and not one|'-” '~- ° eee 5 F ab -oomihatnit 2
lr it ( nishment on the chin and]pair failed to finish. This timc J. Kellman-P. Nurse 100-13-87. ‘ & pa eee @!
th oa) hope to be the same afterwards.” | it proved well worth. while, a Mrs. Thomas-R. Inniss 112-18- une RV tee ae one $3
Our London correspondent to- se va cone night when Mills|there was an unannounced box by | 94, bas Oe ane ices 2 4 MUIR LTD =
lay report : ae . increc os ene, did more } prize well worth winning, Mrs. Vidmer-Mrs. William Further . jletails oe the Plant $ _
CLUB FOR CROP he . y o ne * one fighter to save} and Mrs. Audrey Thomas and Disqualified. it ae - f wile ie He Distillers
NHARLIE SMIRKE, who rode}? "im British boxing by getting| Ronnie Inniss were rewarded for | and | erms 0 _sa e | 1a} Leith, Scotland
t C aaa: $e Ceteben in the [UP off the floor four times in the} going the distance. holing all putts obtained on application | to }
Derby, was seen in different col- }5°¢O"4 round, | and turning in their card in spite 4 WIN the Bursar, I.T.C.A., Trini- |.
ours last week. Racing silks were Like Deep Coma | of its apparently hopeless score of | W. GERMANY we Rees cen encnt ht $ |
png bs sd | . wake »ments inspec >
exchanged for golfing garb whe 4 He continued: “Punching like} 112. SOCCER GAME shail, com. sie Shep ap- 2;
he competed in the Guildford and }ihat really shakes the brain up | eae 4 ye mee
District Alliance bogey competi-}and — cannot possibly ‘do it a q only pair whose card was LUDWIGSHAFEN, plication to the C€ eee g |
tion. Howeve r, he still maintain- | sood.’ C¢ rtainly for a week after-| nol recorded was the combination | Germany, Dec. 22. ° Engineer at the above 4
ed a flavour of the track His | wards 1 found my speech blurrea|0! Mrs. E. Vidmer and Mrs. E West Germany beat Yugoslavia | % oe. ioe Pee A HAPPY CHRISTMAS
i pev the American . lubs the at odd times, and every morning|®- Williams who were disqualified 3—2 in a soccer game watched ¢% na ae —_ for ys ; 2 and
protectec yy covers bearing ie ae oe s - - when Mrs. Vidmer thoughtlessly by 70,000.—(CP) celp of tenders wi e 2
Aga Khan's racing colours—dark |fon seen which wee mone | ee 31st January 1953.” 3 PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
fees ere Sere sae Aaa deep coeur ign Mentions ieee 4 TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
this, anc r¢ ip allordec ry }* . é alse,’’ | — entrmanonenysictinsiai > n 1 {
former Open champicn Alf Perry, who acted as caddie, Charlie and After he had lost the world’s THE WINDSOR PHARMACY)

Barclay
BACK IN ACTION
@NEOFF DUKE, British motor-cyc

his partner Clarkson

in the New Year. He has
travelling at over

the ligaments in his ankle.

finished

not
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amongst the also-rans.

FOR NEW YEAR

ling ace, hopes to be back in action
raced since he crashed when

NIGHT SCHOOL

B.YARRY WEETMAN, Britain’s top golfer for
With two other profes

‘night school.’
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1952, is running a
ionals he is giving evening
hotel. In so doing he has raised

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his talents,
local

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| Since the first Lesnevich fight, for

crulser-weight champion hip on a
ten-round knock-out to the

present champion Joey Maxim,
Mills wrote

“For once the dressing-room
was full, although it was the|?
loser's, and I remember talking to| ¢

Pete Wilson and telling him that
I had never really been the same
as I have said previously, when a
boxer takes a caning like that his/
fighting days are numbered, even |
though he does not realise it at



the time,”

It will be three years next
month since that fight, and it is|
four years since Freddie won

contest, mi

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week’s bloodstock sales at Newmarket. It was quite a|he ira ee ~ will remain | ——
pleasant occasion for the vendors, as anything of ~00d! jpomoter o the game as |, _— 165 x 400 575 x =
quality made its full value. 1‘ ; | 520 x 13 reed a se
There were around 30 mares more than 3,000 guineas was] COLF : | | onic ce 750 x 16
who made from 2,000 to 14,500) Mr, William Hill, who specu-|~——- |4 LAND 500 x 14 + an
guineas, Some of the horses in| lated 5,400 guineas on a brood} ne | | S x a bs aes 17
training sold well, with a dozen mare, | Si . T | | wo x AK .
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guineas. guineas or over, three will re-| .. | | 550 x 15 400 x 18
There was a considerable de-| main in this country to be trained R | i | SALE | 590 x 15 450 x 18
mand for foals, of which half a| Buyers from abroad were more ye er ontlest pole | 600 x 15 525 x 18
dozen realised from 2,000 to 4,100, interested in our breeding stock ~ | | i 650 x 15 550 x 18
guineas. The moral is there for, than in the horses in training, . cf 1 | | , | 475. x 16 600 x 18
all to see. The majorty were sold Most of the ho in training X enc ec | | ae | 500 x 16 400 x 19
to go abroad. The home buyer) will be on view again next season | ATTRACTIVE } 525 x 16 500 x 19
was never in the hunt, He nosed | but none is likely to do anything SHOULD an international fund RUILDING SITES 550 x 16 450 x 21
in pop on . as accasiane but great : 1 pe set up to help finance the Ryder SITUATED
80; sumer DG GINO) NegUgivle, nevitable Cup contest? Golfers in Austral : iE f /NERS
nH ea ela gp pa This makes sad reading from the | South Africa and Canada demand an Ore eet
a youn ry cue Ps ea 1ome standpoint, It, is obvious} @ change in conditions to allow BEAUTIFULLY Here’s your opportunity to be ready for the
ness and so far as know a hat the economic situation is so|Such players as Open champion nc aoa |
their purchases will go abroad erious that we cannot hold our| Bobby Locke and Peter Thomson, WOODED Tourist Season
Phey peught ten mares at prices | 5wn against foreign competition.|looked on as a world-beater. to BEACH
from 2,000 to 4,300 guineas, Never has there been a better! take part, , a Solace ; PROPERTY
Other agencies were also in the] axample of the scarcity of wbKey But these request ARCHER TOM BOLAND, of Victoria, Australia, demonstrates the special E S
narket with plenty. of money tc lord ‘Rosebery s ial holed hetaines fee Gate PikeOn= | sight that has been fitted to his bow to improve the accuracy of man’s i K : 8
spend. One paid 12,500 guinea: sheec 1s ae 4 A ar the san “ seuittian they do not pro- ancient wezpon. Now when hetshoots an arrow in the air, he will $4,000, $7,000, $12,000
tor it mare and 10,000 guineas for Thoroughbred Breeders’ AeaAnln- Controversy has been revived in} D¢ 8Urer of where it ts going to tnd (International Exclusive) | BAY STREET DIAL 4269
the three-year-old Richer. tion that we still have the best) Australia by U.S.A. Ryder cup
French pay Top Price mares in the world. If things go|men Lloyd Mangrum and Jimmy . 5569 —SOOOSSOPE
The agencies were buying forfon as they are, it may not be so; Demaret on tour there. oe aed : 6
many parts of the world. French} many years before he will have! Said Mangrum: “I would like < ¢
breedeys were prominent and to substitute the word “had” for jto see the Ryder cup contest % Are you Painting or Decorating 3
Baron Maurice de Rothschild paid | “have.” | widened to include the pick of the $ N
the top. price of the sale— In saying that I do not wish to} golfers from all parts of the British % TRY %
14,500 guineas for the three year-] appear alarmist We can well|Commonwealth or a triple con- & x
old fily Enrapt. I do not suppose} afford to lose the stock that was|test between U.S. Britain and md > .
there is any intention of racing] bought for abroad last week. It} Australia.” 2 | COLIN DISTEMPER $
her She is certain to have been|is the cumulative process over the | They Are Equal S in Powder >
bought as a brood mare, next few years I am worrying) Said Demaret: “Australian play- . MANY ATTRACTIVE COLOURS : ‘
en Geant hee gad % 4 age iis 5 eiehadhsiiatd aw ees equal to anything in Britain x Cream, Green, Blue, White, Sunshine & Buff
a e ave 7, é go on inde e, and the best of them st > ir . ae
guineas for Nicky Nook and 6,700] without having a serious effect on the Revie cups? ern ‘should ‘be: ih % Easy to use simply mix with .
guineas for Something Blue.|/the class of stock the breeding] Many Australians. finding them- 8 OR
Other he te abes will intindustry can produce | selves not only cricket and tennis ~ y
future be domiciled in France We have always been able t0|champions. but also a a w power ; ats “heiec Xi wing:
: 1 c lwa) é i s, but also a ne ) ‘ or Christmas Giving:—
and the Marquis Incisa paid}afford a certain drain on our re | in golf, agree with them. , F With a bumper selection for 8 ym
9 oe for one to take back ee, but oo ng wap a ee | United States dominance in the @ HOT PLATES @ TYPEWRITERS. @ WATCHES In Cream, White, Green
to Ttaly. when the well begins to run dry.|past, as I see it has been due to wR S "RICR PPLIANCES ‘LOCKS
Most of the other high-priced | It is also a sad reflection when we | their producing 10 competitors of e TOAST ERS i e OFFICE | AF PLIANCES @ pate ERY For GALYV. IRON or SHINGLE ROOFS .. .
ones will find their way to the|have to depend on money from | almost equal ability while we have @ WASHING MACHINE ® CABINE rs @ 3 va
Amer! cas, North and South. Of the abroad to boost the value of our/had a few top-flight players with @ REFRIGERATORS @ SAFES ‘ 6 TOYS % USE RED HAND
mares that made 2,000 guineas or | bloodstock, weaknesses in the last vositions @ LEATHER GOODS é
over I am uncertain of the des-| We cannot hope to remain on Advocates of a change, how- gee B
i of three. The mepsindss, top of the worid in a racing) ever, ignore the great problem T > € . < ain 3
with the exception of six all go| sense if our studs are to be stead-| finance. Suggestions received at K R HUN Oo t e p e @ e
abroad. : jily denuded of the most valuable! the Prof sionals’ he adquarte rs : ag 4 # 77 a F olen one t Peers 3
pa a I can discover, tne|mares and breeding stock mg in the City are killed becanse of PHONE : 4456, 4267 8
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ru.i i H;HT niRRAiHK \iivor.\Tr CLASSIFIED ADS. I'HII.H TITSDAV DKIMIWI: GOVERNMENT NOTICE <•! a Crwnl Manacrr Marketing DivUsoa. Airkullur.Department. Geartetown. KrCfeh Galana. Applications are invited from suitably qualities person port of General Manager of the Marketing UvtssM al the A| %  Department cofnpnatnj— ( %  I Th* Govwnmf nt Produee Dapatf, Q — l lO W atardam; (b) The Livestock Control Organisation; (c The Milk Control ftigiiilmii i ind (d) The Proressina: Farlor> 2. The salary of trie poet it M.800 |*T annum, ( non-pensionable t. A roat-of-ltving allowance at the approved rote, now $240 pa C J?i!il ** l " PVMb> *A PPO*ntment will be on agreement for .1 year* In the C*M| fir* instance, aad subjacl t physical fitness. OihCT conditions of serOnasny j *<* are toe afflcers of equivalent stain, holding pensionable appolnt" ments. .,*.3. The duties of the post will be the general man-Hen %  supervision of the marketing activities of th< OrgM above, and the General Manager will at all time* Idlrectlon and control of the Director of Ai-rirultini The annual trading lurnov.r of Un Pi about $2,000,000 The Depot* trade In all local '-.vegetables, and praai The Livestock Con! i intandad for oonauawalaai m Q, ,iam. In wldftlon n oparaaai ai Abbatolr In (ho RUBBJOHIBI fi Is tranapurted bv aircrafl D The supply of I eel and the I %  I > %  pvajaattaa The Milk Control Oraaj fih wittoB U loUacUot i dattribuUon of moh tat The following Bflthritftl production af ataeh rfcadj .-assava fiour. plantain fli bulk storage of rorn. m ami fat-tunof torn rr.e.,1 and cXI I nnlng. arhnlaaalt Fish Market and Cold Storage plant which are In the course of erection will also come under the MIDI Manager. 4. Applications giving the following information, \,/ -name in full, date of birth, and professional qualifications and ODD experience, and accompanied by not man should be addressed to the Director of Aijriciiltiirr. Afrtculturl I ment. Georgetown and hould reach him not lal ary. 1933. TM3ME TO URiUUTt V MM* TMMMS U10 Ml f SELECT THESE fttattVI VarnisheEnamels. Taint*. Sandpaper. Steel Wool. Also Plates. Platter*. Cupv Pans Saucer*. Saucepan*. Pots. and Champagne. Port. Sherry Cocktail. Pony Whisky, Liqueur. Half Pint Glasses. We beg to inform eu Cuotomers that our Store, will be clmed on Saturday 2?tat Oeremher PUNTATIONS LIMITED Broad St. and SprichlMoM n m i ii i iiiii ii ii ii ii i i • • %  IT \\ IIIX II MAINS mmus .l.V St0 A. E. TAYLOR Announce* he has opened: ARCOLA SHOES for Ladies Mans fir Id Shoes for l-adirs and another shipment nl Indian Shoes and Sandals. All these Shoes are now well known throughout the world for their up to the mitit) lit. and delightful fashion, worthy of their names. Our first shipment of Nylon underwear tor I including Slips, Panties, Briefs and Night just arrived. A. E. TAYLOR LTD. CaM* smo DIAL 4100 Where QualWa .. %  .Hill! PRICES LOW. f hristmas Harauins I hat l*h>usv Your ttuituvl III 'MX-. MX SHONE It OM Y 10% Cash Discount on Canadian Oil Cloth, Congoleum. Oil Stoves T Tf TtMtTtttTllll i n ii r DUI 4918 GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES Ri


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I'Uil II s R.KHAlMiS MlVlM.VIK n I-I>\> i)i< i MIII:R EL iKS Men Win All Golf Hampers Twenty Pairs Competed r T*IIE !• 1 Unl Al the 1950-51 H-ur %  %  %  %  %  ( ONBISTBNT A HMED, in atT-aplnna %  • itM8 he i %  look . He a h • %  I) \TT \KY < %  \J \R.\N I'll \IK \lt JOHN Drcembei 12 19 B" %  ilium riuht ;inn l M ing right %  %  %  .... %  England ii t in the Third %  D. H THADKAIf our Lomft ( II II FOB (HOP C M \HI.IK BMIRKE, wl aJa I I ,lks were I for i Guild! i i -.ever, tie still Cfe ML I %  of American eluba won i by covers hearing the nd brown, it.it di piti I %  %  %  Opt Cl urlla .inn l II.\( K IN W TION Kill M W VI \K #* < ill D KI In icUoo in II l II, haa not raced -i d when %  in Qermanj in Jut) %  ihc ligaments in his ankle. NKillT SCHOOL fJAnilY WKKTMA^i Dfltal i. | .1: M UUU&g a H %  :. two Qtbtf pro* golf lesions m :i South Croydon hotel In o dotni ha I the ol.i problem of how tai should %  local ; %  Ail the full pormlHlon of the Prof< nal Ool British Bloodstock Goir Abroad Too Much ll> J.AMLS I'AKh THE f.iil in the TOM racalptg vn emphaalMjd ut last week's bloodttQCk sales at Newmarket. It was quite a pleasant occasion for the vendors, us anything o r ood 1 madi its lull value iSS^i Stay Out Of The Ring I retliiio %  %  %  IF i in %  i %  i %  %  %  POOttl I dial t o> a fuss %  %  i •r people heside,. %  Y...i l %  : %  Q %  "in,. I put i for my %  bould say i. n, i-hiii and %  %  nlghi whan Milk, pluck, did man tighter to save %  • %  Mind. Like lleeii Coma UOUOd I'uiu'hmg like : | riiakl the in.iin UB Dd OUU do It any m ah ..cund inv apaach blurred .it odd Umaa, anu every morning to be w;iku,ul from sleep which was more like Bag I twin anything eUe." After lahad leal the world'! i hip on i Itnock-oul lo i ii. M n %  rout: %  vm I MI. ...though it waa uar %  him U D the sumo i' tight, for %  •* %  dayi .ire numU-n-.i. tvan though hi .ihse It at the time." it win ba Ihraa ri 1 flght aid it u 1 %  Idta won ,i %  he ,bv no mean* broke, his hope whether Ih double enti ux on 1-.. ,,, ,„ M % %  'id no matter who wm thi i Ifht title, ha win ran 111 to the game l %  C ll \K\ I \ who had prepaivr..\> them a net <>" %  better than : %  mi Rodger who had a 74 gross but oadj .' *t haw down to i to e a r n third waim iHawi QUt Oil (III eighteen-;.-.: :: ,,t on %  i an u n a n noum %  lii'e well worth winning. nml lin, Audrey Th'.:i ;irded for Ig .ill putti and turning in their eard tn spite %  112. LUDWIOSHAPKN (iern .goslavia watched i ,0)1(10.—

g fm r*M vlib Pilrrtiti Semw £1*. thi. I n.i,. <:.' Thu il*ni,n| muMga brlaa* %  r.i.i PS. For bath and shower, grl the lhnll% BJth Si DOCTORS PROVED PALMOUVES BEAUTY RESULTS W. GERMANY WIN SOCCER GAME SETS SIGHTS ON SOW AND ARROW 'here am around 3n who made from ~ i "" 1 t,. H..100 i n l n aaa Some ,,t iha horses m Irabunf aold wall, with .* doaan making from 7.000 to 10.000 %  %  riiei.. waa .> conatdwrabla de, land tor [oala. of wnich ball morn than :HHI guineas waa at WUUam Hill, who i h]. >i iha IS foal to n ,A. i. threa will rain.iiii in tins countrj t" bo bralnad i doaan rnaUaed hrotn S.OD0 to 4.IIHI interested in oui guineas Tha natal la there tor than in tinhoraei In trainings ill to see. The inajintv weie sold Moal ol '. ^ I a training in go abroad. The home buyOI ^'ill i> %  << avar in thv hunt. He nosed but none is hkely to do anything M •'• %  .i faa oocaalon but I** Iricvp.i'ii. %  m the %  %  Il '" "o i %  • "' i at tha econ i lituat %  i %  re ilso in the money t 1 lid 12.500 guineai : u -old Itiebcr Frrnrk pay Top Price a/ere buying for irk % %  tin woi Id Pram h w, re prom men I and I i ii ice da lUHnachlld pant pi lea "i Iha a 'neaa for the Ihi < i i'.m lot, I do not suppose tnt of i adag B is eerlam to l Ml 1 ought as a biood marc. alao with a trie* to thiStud that the hjiron U Nicky N % % %  '. Boa ail ng Hiui. • U-brad nuuaa w m • future i"%  %  tafclhal In y< n \i nnuli i"i aid nena f i ono to tak< ick to Italy Mont of the other I on* will Bad tiieir waj 1 i ith. or the • mada L00€ gi over I Dm unvert.'iin of the dOB,'f thife. Tli i. with the exni ptk %  %  tn aa 1 ran deonly Brlliali breeder to pay thai we i-junot t %  iwn agalnal rornlgn con i battai %  1 m hut ol the rhoroughbrod Bn %  the world n I on as they are, jt nyq n,'i ba an man) ya i i. tore h (f will have to auhatltubr Iha word "bad foi i In .saying that ] ,1,, %  appaar alarnuat w. can wall aJncd to loaa tha took that waa bought tor abroad hurt weak, tt is the cuumlat t\ pi user the Dtncl few yaai ; about It aannoi go on indefinitely ithout having a aarknu effeet n the elass of stock the breeding in produna haw alwaj I % %  n abla to it %  % %  arta grain on our n— sources but there com Inn the wall l~ uis to run dry. it is .,i-,u ; sad renectlon whan we havo to depend on money from %  Ixio't the v;ilue of our bloodstoek. We cannot hone to i top of th %  woi Id in i i Being l ly danudl I of t %  i,ues and braedln -IF COIF: Slai*s Wanl Ryder Contesl Extended SHOULD an mti ra %  %  %  s.1 up %  < up contaal 0 In condltlona to allo \ .. % %  %  b. r. ;. %  %  not pro4utlon. 1 Auatralla bj U s .\ man Uoyd 4 nd Jimnu Said Mangrum: I would hk "i Rydei cub contaal widened tn Includo the pick %  ( thm .iii p.nt.s of the Britiah Commonwealth or a triple conAH TI iha %  Thr> Are Liiiial BaM it--iiiArrii Auatral lal to anythini Ii if thai the Ks %  '. %  M inj Vi.ii iliaj (in • %  %  ktmtnance In th %  i aa it haa baan due I i 'in II iri iducing io comj i mil obllltj HIn.playara with 1 tga hoar%  %  %  in th* City an h of money %  li uiture. Trialdad, Invites Ten.lei v (,.the purchase of its 440V. 60 %  tig:— rtKVA Alternator and Two 32 KVA Alton with Auxiliary Equipment. Further details of th. ond terms of obtained on application to Ihc Bursar. I.T.C.A.. Tunidad. ArrangemenLs to iMDnct the plant can be made by application to the < Engineer .it t:.. uddrafs. The bttaat dab % %  lb %  >>%  eeipt of Ii'inle: will Ix* III %  January IBM." ia a a aa aaa *>* >* t>i aa i Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE Q/FTS Spend $10.00 Cash or more on any day and get a piece of Phoenix Ware free. The bigger the purchase the Better the Gift. LOUIS L. EAYLEY Of lloll'lll I ..IIM They'll Do It Every Time I L'l\ Lhej T-r. PEMTAL HyoiENiST MISS A8RAS1A V.! 3U-;^ MAKES 1O0 FEEL THAT KXK CWOPPERS ARE A NO.i—\\\ limmy Hatlo ABCMH IOM SOiAND. .I \'..t..iu. .T th.1 dcmoiutratai the ipclal n,ht It. i . r itr.iry of man'I •> arrow In th< alp. h. will be iur.r nf wlicr. I'1-, ... t'.i %  I (/ire". i FOUR ni\iis LAND FOR SALE mis nriiTiiii i i WOODI I) nrACli PftOPTRTV KI.INNI. s;.(HKI. SI2.IKKI A HAPPY CHRISTMAS and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS TIIK UIWSOK MUOUCl BruaU SI. Telepho THEN-COME THE \-KA>S. TH" DOZ LSS"S N ? "OOBT-TWELVE TEETH SEED RLL'Uo AHD TWENTy CdWE COT. 1 i MMMMTSK-TSKWHAT A PrTV-UEET BICUSPID 'WCTED WITH U T ^ESTiajLE-UATERAl AM> CliSTRAL ISC'j-XS SHOW ALVEOLARCL^lA--M-. PSRIDONITIA 0= THE FKASSISTAN-TSIV-TSK! I AUV BE ABLE TO / SAVE TUIS LEPT / 1IOLAR-ELSUS/ TSK-TSK.'! Willi ii huinpcr srli-cliun *tr C'liristmus divine:— • HOT PLATES • TOASTI us • WASIIIM, MM IIISIS • UKUIKiKRATOKS • TYPI AVItlTKRS • OFFICE APPl.iWI I 8 • CABINETS • SAFES • I.l:\Tllr.K (il)III)S • WATCHES • CLOCKS • JEWELERY 0 TOYS K. II. Ill Mi: A I aa.. lidph. 5136 pleasing gift* tor ever gone im, th* :-^m Special Old Year Offer 15% CASH DISCOUNT ON MOTOR CAR TYRES FROM TO-DAY TO 31st DECEMBER 1952 SIZKS IN STOCK — lti5 x 4au 575 x 16 52* x 13 biia x 16 UD x 13 ii50 x la 500 x 14 750 x 16 lao x 16 450 X 11 in x is 525 x 17 MS x 15 600 X 17 ssa x is 400 x 16 isa x U 45t X IS sea x 15 525 x 16 iisa x 15 .'•56 x 16 475 X 16 '.06 X 16 500 X 16 406 x 19 525 x 16 500 X 19 550 x U 456 x 21 (JAKU.l AMI TAXI OWNERS . 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WHAl'5 ON TO-DAT %  %  Fw the till ^#Ki^ :. TAlil.lSHED 1885 Aatotut SIX MR. PINAY RESIGNS AS FRENCH P I\eiv Tax Proposal Gets No Support "Altitude Of 1U\ Part> Impossible" Hanks Often I ntil 2 p.m. MlMM Hul lli" Jb-inr •>f banklni far ill He* will he unc iH the lunl-lii|K -.. • miird b> Ihc lone weeh.<-nd hoUdj>. the Hanks lu\r 'Hrrd to remain open (o~ I unliirw unit) p.m. lo%  NTN • I"In. IHII olhrr l Hi'i;. j .1 ttmk of luidl at B UM I Olp >\ III not be rrTrrUri by tinchime In I.'-I.I it % %  inPARIS, Dec. 22. PREMIER ANTOINE PINAY, first postwar Premier to curb inflation, resigned early on Tues day before the National Assembly had chance to vote on three confidence tests on his 1953 budget programme. The premier who several times had been near breaking point daring the nine months and 15 days in office, announced his resignation because of the "impossible attitude taken by the R.P. party R.P or Catholie Republican announced earlier, in a debate that they would abstain during the night's votes, thus virtually assuring the Government's defeat %  B UI|er in thp Lou'Ma. .w* Cwn.m.N' %  %  ui. .i Matl lutlriv with vhtc! N i subsidise bailc foodstuff %  III* ^'IX'll "' "* r> '' *"' '" U.N. REJECT RUSSIAW REQl EST I'Nl I I T:i. U V (I. inr.il Aseembly MMV^I.H rm. Will I I npn STATE LOTTERY REJECTED TORT-OF-SPAIN DM. U. A moliun moved by V.i I and Men Arrested %  .i' re)ected by 1 This was the LMftlUMl MW-XM. Communal, on II.,I.CI l>uyin (Wnll.l oomi nullor .aid lh-1 in MH a B, .. ,nt "no new taxes stand m laic lost night when ChM Jon i Ml The riM .1., i Avlla If admtnbtr los Prin s i i nab m tM HKNlld Mk !• % %  men) ti> bis budget slurp Increases l An offleh %  %  dlHereni %  %  In .in BfTTM d 1 Oovanmv %  • i p. New Proposals For Persian Oil Dispute %  > racked housing end %  tubboriity round "t 0 assembly enm^urce of ; |ST^75,0i0) UUn and 1 I pi roducta. %  wild '!" %  loot' edits If DeputtM lid si I ell of which were richer than Mil lerle were the vogue and he dlii not *ee why Trinidad eould Itol follow Milt Mr AD art Ooi proposal by Butler an "economl |fj G %  "< levels of eavntlal foodstuff* tunwen lower than in Jam burins and Grenada. Mi OofUM iaM that the T. IMenunant intendi dies (CIM Vote on Measure LONDON. Dec. 22. Infonw %  Ambaaaa I %  %  [i and mnrketlni! I %  . i nopoly. i ... i rnornire if an Anglo-, Commui %  i %  %  %  I Abadan. thr nole will East cen tn %  lh< % % %  d Chamber il to rnaX %  >il roi I %  %  .i.being takeu The n %  41. —V P. ELEVEN TO DIE kJROBI, 1 K % %  • %  i r. %  %  %  with rm 11 thai Aurktl would try lo : i r Faces'Mau'Charge UukiOriuliiibur^h Pilot* Plane %  B lUegad ma*s murdan i. *tl in Amrucur I Five Sm favour, i' ...... u*\ and ton, moat \ wintrlaj abata %  %  Asvml'ly esj in i-tiiititiuoUB sesDlatSJ the %  The Bovlel Ui ton I td .ished the %  and thai thr United %  mitted by inihiary •.ulrt rail iv committing ttios*' %  Thr Bovlel \ R %  I to 1 %  humsn m.iralii* .. Unite i Bt iti %  ihould taki BH rtura % %  ute thoac tnni' rrimes." •he Sovltt and iintin-i-eHenlerl rrimes" eoniauthoH%  .1 of Ponganraportad In n aag n M %  WO Chh> Korau I'l.inniunlat in May IDai as "guinea bias" ..ii in the II |.i amgfi bad their ayt %  out" ga \ntcTicati I '18 pris.. i Uvo In ^ Biuna throwing rxperlment. l*i m>h ami American delegu'I'lfl'-* f^r''^""^^^ 1 .if 4.45 a,m. i" nil.lv Wlut. h'fl '' IEU Japan CalP Prove L.N. QualificaHon Dae. 22. 1 %  m pfajvo Ing ."nt %  %  The Girl Who Mad Never Seen Stairs %  i %  i Cunl louth AtHand %  J.ipaii .. Ilung to %  • *o eounI i thl nese The %  I to call PhlUppliM -IT I | %  %  %  %  ucaaii wW art -^ i t.-T — i -.ii K---46U*, *' NU, H i. <> 3216, M -1001 I > i ioia aim i B'do8 Boys* Club Raffle Drawn Oar lin llol.lr, Of Tukii it-.tiin THE lucky holder of ticket B 311(1 won %  OBI the first prlie of the Barbados Boys' Cluli which was drawn at Hie Plaza Theatre last night before a large number ot spectators, which com pletoly filled both floors of the cinema. Thu other prize tickets are, 2nd, the frigidare, B0457; 3rd the radiogram, M 2100; 4th the Singer Sewing Machino 0 1145 and 5th, the Raleigh bicycle, R 1459. %  is over, delegat* I %  In u IS Mr.Gairy Must Pay $200 Fine GRENADA, Dec. 22. .Mr Eric Oairj was this morning bonded to ke-|> the peace and be of gowl iiehavlour had tarb Kad HUl i in -ui Novembor 11 public meeling at Queen's Paik without givinK the PoUoa I hnen *24 by Mtigtlrtf fa y. A. H'-yIlgher on thr Park inaatfng oflutca. Tht occasion of entry into l-ond wai when Mr. Ualry was oonvtotad i y Maidstrate Dlas for the use oi threatening language to ptantgl r.iuss. nd Iho Aaaambti will not p n I : Lad A for propaganda purposes "Thaao iiiifliiputed facts", ho i. refl Bloat Kills 30: ISOInjurXid %  mlurad United States military police . through the wreckage searching tor the dead .Hid wou: ihe axact caauait) B| not be dot* ".ie some than %  -1 ga nuad build i i %  Flaodi Threatco 25,000 In I'ruiH tA rails • i.ooo inhabit %  %  .i \\-i .,.i | Japan %  : ' nremen %  end of the wi.r .showi ' n Un M with riy-hihly sandbagging the m Ing w:i.-kjgc and deadly ammonl gas. lb nil %  Chtti pered by (Ire* and by bl preaU through the wrecked factory buildings United States An, i I %  -rr raat h tarday %  ik.i %  1 %  l.K. Nveil* Wore Hon.C.V. Wight Elected Mayor (M Greorgetowii i i FRENCH LINER BROKEN IN TWO \ JOMO gENYATTA. 1 %  %  ' %  takes e*sy outlde the eourtbouae In Nairobi. Kcrya. during a recess in hU tfiaL A prom inent London attorney was flown from England to act as hd d< y at haariiig. (iiUmaiw N 188AI Dat, 22. ,:i H t., UH K-'!d mine for£. A\ ;_,.,. T,**.,t,. Hamau to main tt. American iraae lagi on bar 2ft, lo Baron Ernest DfJMMj.%. \> '. iron Hoyntngen Huone The Fii %  _ kimiH< | %  %  at %  i rurf t lub -1 • %  %  it%  'll 'if 'Ii' P Be told % %  %  • Two Arrested : w. % %  Two M%  trh-d t.i dl I %  %  %  : :,n i, ': %  %  %  anting lha I %  i return i %  mi. it J i nl %  in ilntaio putting down vloli i i 23 Die As 1 vahmvlw Buries Bus %  1 moat of %  'iilidays %  %  %  th. I" %  Lath, in the Arlberg Itange. |i was %  0 three reaorta, — tt.r. h.ik. OI WiiTi^or Heluriis li> U.S. %  1 r 2 >h>i/i/>!iiL' Day$ before \max %  %  %  Mi Wiaht won 1 %  lad Cow 1 %  %  il win %  .r beei for whom 1 h mpottlaa %  %  %  %  I the %  the lir -ir nnd Burnhsm rrfrnined from vot. Advertising Man Shot To Death PACIFIC PALISADI A WB %  sit land. %  %  %  The Ixtnt Year TAIPEI! F.11 K shea %  I* the %  Chinese mam!-* %  1 >" had iI %  %  %  %  %  1 ffl II %  Vi years and w -i r K.W.V, ( -/(/ tl. ( (,(<>


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I'M. i imi HAKll Mills Mi\( )( HI IIIMlll [III I Mill li ~: I'l.J Cahib CaJUina ...eneld /rWW l.muUul I iS MILORET) PA 1 %  a Private School |i f*.nt-„f-Sp.,n Trinidad arrtwu f-r n hnbdr.-. Stir "-main ri month n H gur-l .* ailvrn Rear*. O Houat Bocksay. peymi fourth visit t n thc here in^ August last reir. Also holidaying •,, a gurt' iilvrr Beach Duett House i Mb Yula ..ec-a-Ping from S Augu: tine. Tr;nldgd She Mil t i-emainlng until Januarv I Ml< Lee-a-Ptnt. la a Men. i/lunf-f :rpher employed with the Briti* and Mm. A. A. Guiana and Trinidad Mutual Fii -i*-n.l'"onipany. Thi thc-r nr*l n the Chn %  tuiUdayi at a 1h Wand. % % % %  %  la ohm with he f\ rnd Hill Brown, Bill's sister* and l.ibb> will be spendikaaif In with l)y and Mi* %  ibbrmv at men home "Foflt*one". St .lamer Jerry i, n d Libby who arrived is >ntrrda\ hve on %  ideal ;it f'rrnrh \mha**nilor \N'I> \U;S r AP.NAL %  .LISTENING HOURS HKM1 asOssOsB %  I OPEMM. VMlDAY .S P.M 1 How to end a COLD quickly , %  Mixirtr %  %  1^.1 m <••ITn lasBBtfll .cpuc out cam the runal parojgn, perm mini fret %  ibbsal Kipa* tnioihehc*!.th-si mo* phenr %  u nw rn iiai '•<" lia%ni M ihsrgrd *n ing np.'Ui Siuiin IH 73 LOMOOMJ Daft II Radio LgDorsjd Tir.l hirthrkiy. Wit SaU^INe r-dio ptUJBjflfl tin' %  ".—C.P SING IN IN THE RAIN ';• fBfRnT %  '.' Dowuo aoowiOR OfBBfE REYNOLDS KIPAK INHALANT RUB Sold ••trywhars %  -aa< •••* %  — %  rM*-*~ too IE PERFECT XMAS CIH GRANTS WHISKY .AlWATS THF SAMB PIMTP xatb'i arsnnd th* piano to Unten %  %  1 Brat armirrmay of ta* failf.'x W MII.K Chi-. GRANTS WHISKY aloril the M" %  > BV'" %  ^>iidafi K %  %  P f i:.v • i; v. fcivn %  nidi I Mn. n.n lie %  %  'ml been .., be r*i %  %  I %  1 word i>' praise 1 1 %  which m the ma I'uinii!' van • I I %  %  THh < I.N I %  \| 1 1 MCIL oPf! Ol D sriii .1. Utfl \ — %  11 MM %  1 %  lla ..f theii drai .,1 %  •• %  .... %  %  it-n awaj ll '4 broiMfal to ligni %  nkr a basioo to fall biirk %  a 1 > %  >T 1 %  itirr!> tha more 1 fnm'tit clubs .I.' able to %  I 1 (>np5 the; and imbting " Wednedn\^ only I I I B MERRY XMAS For trie Whole FAMILY M \Ki; SI RK THAT VOIR UMILY IIAV* A MBtstl % iM XM\^ ill trifftTTNO T R EVANS Wliritl VOI' CAN N jW GET A ni t iiou r. or CUTS KR Till: WHOM KIDfl 4 \H* DOIXI BALLS I I IHi\ III Mill IK KS LOBBIES i.A>U> PBAHH OABIH \ HETS OtAi il OR \llii\s r.i < KI 1T. R. I I I I EVANS (WHITFIELDS) VO! R SIIOI -inn nr: '•'.__ 4??0 .^.^ ^^^ I \M1I.V IIIK BUM KINGS l)ft'-s -II unuKs 1 OMB -I rs I MH i:\VEAR II \ NllS I IN 1 1 1 M ,s SUPPI RS BHOI a III 11 IIIM Hill ItTS IN ALL Ill's. BELTS. A I \I>:RWI:ARS II VXMIs M>\MAS BOM rils l.i.l -II -1 I -I I IT I Its III! \\I)S SOCKS 40 MAKI -1 i;i roi VISIT r 1: i\ \\. \MRI: Tin 1:1 is -it 11 \ HUH < llilll I A \| v M Hi n>\\ i 0-1 CHEZ JEAN-PIERRE MR. PLANTER KMH3 ^f? r\ N We recommend the famous — : >i your serious consideration MASSEY HARRIS 42 B.H.P. Heavy Duty 6 cyL Diesel Engine WHEEL TRACTOR i .11.,. available itb llall-Tracki) ill. our I ion, AI.I.-STEKI. CANE CARTS flllnl wilh ovtr-rnn Brakes in(I I'li.-iiiiiiiii, Tyrrs Theap '"HI. Mfa already been Iried and praved lo Iho satisfaction .f their owner. — lie amontrst these satisfied owners. LET US ASSIST YOV WITH YOUR TRANSPORT HROBLEMS Other M11.MMll.1rr1. Agricultural Equipment available includes — (.K,\SS MtlWKlIS ANI> I .. Mil lc RAKI s PEN MANl Hi; LOADERS AND BAGASSE MANURE SPREADERS FEKTILIZF.il INSTRIBI'TORS Etc., Etc, Etc. Your Enquiries invited 1— COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM DIAL 4616 — Whitepark LIMITED Road Agarrt* i M in: I I -MI iwa a-i Vi ivwsai Pi I FRANCIS TO GOES WESTPOINT *iarriri iTnnnor | %  MoN> SEA HORNET I Laat two .W lo-ilay 4 a OMinU Ptfcr* wt NOBT ani HAUNTED mm ROCK ISLAND TRAIL rsdaaaaaj I • %  .l-vr. Wfcola Serial UNDERSEA KINGDOM HAUNTED HARROW nn \r.a* AMtne. a OartrlV T *is M'l.' f. • 'UMI' M TM.rsrt.. Pi at at iv IT MrtT HAY COOE Of THE ^Wnmi Wtdr.n, LAWLESS at.rii-ai aatiir* mh t* a •> onrniiia Thuradai ISth at H SO tantjr an aaeM mm*HN IION *iit Awii III! MOO*. u*"t MiifeiuroM%RAR a U LOBE NO WAY OUT and PINKY IlK-harn W1DMABK—Je.„ CHAIN Ktht WATERS Linda DARNEL Fl NRSRE MIDNIGHT \M\s FTT SHOW LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE The Film %  flOOMI I ItaT Held Tour Half IMBBSI tn Win 3 i\rl-ii. Iir. Ilrliifhrn B-er l*ree i* iiirl nB( Ora.irr mh \\i. lid all IVrMinho l. H .h part In our 4 l-a-l Talent Show Attend Awdltlen TO-HAV 12 noon to p.m I



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TUSDAV I.I I \||i| |c r. |fg| II \Kll\fXl-. \I>V<>, Ml rn.i H\I Speeding Case Sen! Back To Magistrate's Court For Retrial THEIR HONOURS Mr. H A. Vnughan and Mr A I. B Hanschell in the AMafltanl CMirt at Appeal yg rts g r d, back lo bo re-heard and re-determined by Mr C I. Wa wyn. Police Migiftratc ol District "B", the case in which Joseph Hall i.( Railway Road. St Ql harged with driving a motor van at over 37 miles per hour on Boarded Hall Road on April 23. Mr. Vlhm had dismissed • Id Itiu Harris of Roa* lu merits ihr rase uhith iraa B I -"'ill be held lobroucht by the Police after Sit .;Jv at 10.30 a.m. I.I r. HiWas Henderson had pointed out that a *n p Mr. G. B. Grirth... A .'L. wa> "l ,(le on ,he ch r 'e Pi Uca Coroner of District "A". II.MIIIII HO Mills mil. HflOSI III as to the speed. After Mr. Walwyn hid given hit derision 'he Potue appealed In the presence of Hall. Cpi. I. Jones attached to the Traffic Branch at Central Police Stalin!, told the court that while r. Police Constable 3 Uishlev Una *•& "*• iS**! "" he were on duty along Boarded Hall, he saw Qw Van M-I1I8 tr-vOling along Boarded H.ill and it appeared to him t.> be going at at fait rate Mall rat lb. drivai and a check with the rt) %  showed that the car • driven at over 37 mil* per hour. Later Hall wu notified that he would be pro*ecuted for speeding. The speed limit on for vans is 20 miles per hour. **• Aked by the eoufl I( tk nave f"h I oftc %  .I'd Ihsjira al out 8.30 p lion December 20. suffering from muse lit Road Vi" Tha peal mwtrm i %  Dr. A. S. Cato. ROXII ACCIDENT %  fter 8 30 a.n r*av an accident occurcd on Boehueh %  ;; tho m^tor lorry M IMt< u notlflJ ih>! h '"""• %  Roper* of rVlIev-11-. S' Vlh"el and dHvcn bv Kenneth <>f Ol % %  • % %  L %  %  BI Oeorga ~|evela ridden he B* tc of Plekwkk Gap s* MlriCTUltrSHOWS a *ertion of T>! electric motor* are batag t nut ailed. 1 create the factory' %  output. si Latej ntta :i\|'c. Ml lo Mixed Cargo Arrives It\ Saguenaj Ship Th# Saguenay steamship Fatten in pori from %  Had o* •IT. 807 bags of feed. 40f container* al Kjoda, 12 boxes of apple* and 1". 6>i p:ece-< of lumber. Captair %  veaaat **| ^^ ,,. %  M I VMi 1 ll\K( Oil lea and 500 bags .in Item %  %  WaaTa ... ten %  I IA.'H 1'ided 500 bags ol 100 container* of I %  : %  \ %  %  %  i unhtirt II POT STKAUM. ev'dence on his bahaU or if hi? witnesses were called to the court. Hall said no. Their Honour* in sending back the east Mid that Hal] i neases should h*ve been asked to put up a defence. PIT ON BOND ti % % %  : .UK A. McLood. Police .Magistrate ofJ 1).. yesteni > %  plaead Clifton Bush Hall. St. Michael on a bond for six months in the sum <>f £S £4 in 21 days or two months i for stealing a bundle of shinnies iri-nnmonl with hard lal from Seibert Waterman of Bank B*-T.^ "t pi District "B" prosecuted Hall. for the Pol ce. The offence was committed on November 23. Sat. E. Km:, attached to the Central Police Station prosecuted for the Police. 10/FOR LOITERING Joan UulllM of Gull Hill. S: gu.ltv btfoa 11 s Worship Mi ( L Walwyn, Polloa Mafpstrata o Dtttrlct "B*' of stealing a qu corn from Slapli' Onva PttnUtion, Christ Church on October 19. %  ^Arrangements Made To Plan Community Centre At Ellerlon THE PLAYING FIELDS COMM TTKK ol SI made BiTwigcnwnti ywttfday lo draft Ivo proBrammc for the Community Centre al Ellerton. The DIMtinf nu held at the cvntrt'. D meiidatlotis for tins progranuno were pul forward by Rev. R. RussHl who recently look up -hv \i 81 l.ukc's Church Membtn prMnl wtra Ifr W. A. Yeavwood, ChairnuuT, Mr. II. H Goring, Mi 3 ft A. Douglas, Mr. L C Moon Hid Rev RUSM-11 In ina Aw Maul court of Appeal yesterday Their Honours Mr. H. A. Wugnan and Mi. A. J H. Kanachell iini-ci J4-V..I! -I.I ed to 9 8. Cpl. Walters of District "B" Police St..arhlla ho was passing near Mount HID rood, he saw RoUlm When he approached Rollins to ask him what he was doing in the Held he ran away, It • 1.35 a.m. on October 18 Sat. Henderson of District "'IT' prosecuted for the Police. INQCEST TO-I>.\V The inquest into th tance.s surround in c the Ma son-Contractor Passes Through SKAWELL, Dec. 22: Thomas Cockburn, a mason contractor who has )ust completed three S ears in St. Lucia working for lessrs. Holland, Hannen and Cubitta In the rebuilding of paoaod through here circumby B.W.I.A. n hi.s .,. I... I. :, deatll Ol Trinidad. Mr. Yearwood said thai Ihty were tt vm [ a n'nn tinidea of using ttta C < Centre only ns .. da said that U properly so that it would ba of I %  %  The Commlttaa oacMa I In Ulfj ionnvton one member said that ha would ,.i>i>r • Gr.ihth of tha Pul I at hi-' pM %  rail their arvlcaa to ad Ubrarl ina. Thau I to MIM approval, Tha Conunlttoa Is also hoping to stage nn an axhttttion as soon drawm s will ba eott put on :• %  '. Th i Con later pur. hasUta baat palntlnp to decora-., tha Hal It was idso luaaatad that a had ihould bi %  and trees plantad to baauttf) the %  mlttaa la Nell Manning and get her suggestions. Part of the Aald will U::.. I built a stage. pureha*r %  piano, Hall; Si I H nays for fancy i i %  I i hava an evai ... lit of iii" I i Iran of tbo •pad thai tha V th< Dap irunanl <.i ah %  will also be ha i %  r ,r %  -., .i by Mi. Oollop, %  Iffleei Electric Motor For Fairfieid Factory i •UUad In r Factory, fl i i %  : %  %  hou it I n hour. %  %  house was a %  %  plant. Tin %  I I rimes about the end ol the rai rarkli ; not %  %  i el %  %  hava as I A ata %  \RKI\ \IS h.i'.i ST It 1 IV %  M.rfj llmrielL* .. %  i t!i, I ol. Klr-wir***. tha Lady st-Mlf.ivi 1 %  %  %  %  I %  Lll M ir,-, ll.nrhll. %  %  I ; %  %  %  .: : %  \ odatlon t tBOO BV LAP1 JOT sal l>ady Jay anil SI [ Mil cargo included 1 pinna o| *J00 hag* of : bafi of chfon fitii! and U baS< i W. Parsons. I ha I ..|v ,fl I . %  Ol (MM is ntOM DOfaUNIt \ %  I was tha m h,nai Caa li at M i<;. irhkli an %  %  iied tha main Item ol I i opra. Wl Ipmani of il tha < onliarnt it. i to (ha Si hoonai \ Only Scotland, trj.lmonal horn; ... line tobaccos, could produce I-.HII Square Onlv in 1 .ur Square tobaccos will you rind itasctad lc*l. bsaBaW vtlh ifegfj handed down by suc.csur BBaWfBllOM t. r 0TCI 140 years. FOUR SQIAKi: TOBACCOS • UNI ILINDS TO CHOOU PhON MAD? 0T DOglF OF P All LIT fr*f i%fitffr Mlfffffl I II DOS) LTD po BOH • I VI IV lltAMIHtll tin f.-i tha Children's Programme Al Library Over 300 JuvenUa m.-mbers of the Public Libra*) '"ok part in the Spec 1-1] Christmas Hour Prograantni for them yesterday .iftcrnoon. 1 and plaj wars excluded from this year's programme so that the 1 reading room could accommodate those who attended. The children enjoyed themselves singing carols, playing flams and t king r Qufats Compatlt Mcmb-rs of the St. Matthias School (. ttandad li d BlUBl • : "f t.'hristmas .*ongs much to the delight Ol tha llieii. Other children recited. The reading room WI dacoralad f" 1 lha ocesislon with tranches of casu Christmas Tn I ranches of poinaattla. \ I of the room, banners symbolic of Chi Pi CompatlUoni whlcJ 1 • In this danartmanl of the Library. %  the P read thr 1 birth of Jesus Chrl II %  %  of the staJI rnmn, and |ud fll H.W.I.A. QpenitQ Sperial I li-.hi1 to then %  : ll.W.I.A special niichK for lha Trinidad 2i an.I th (%  laavh I %  %  of tha con] The flirht on l>--c. ?H 1 %  POCKET CARTOON 1 OSBI Rl I t.Ni. VSII H ^„.V i'Aly Stores Ooudeil \\ iih Skoppen CHRISTMAS ihOppara continue •.1. row 1 lha 1 Hy inopa, 1 %  had < %  %  • wciitha .'. %  I Canadl in •iall' m .. 1 hea) 1 %  %  ...Idawalka %  AM but 1 Lin nit" town I bus stops I for th Hard worhod mop assistant!. iling aach lift tha 1 %  •. protl il":' ni-vcr tu K" to onl %  1 .... 1 bi (rfeiz M a .. % %  bj M.o. : H "Anniur A1110111 %  III IISMI l* PI HI Hill II1 "Hhsllrosi1,'ll'ia.Ill Taauna" M "Joy" "Momriit Buprrm .'..III %  %  •J Revirns"Dans la Mall -Banana-la" "Ptann it RaeaUla 1 Mail dr Kosi" Tf anah Cm Cm" '%•. Tsbac Blond'" 1 %  • orinI.-Oanasto M -im Orur iJaesj ~.'i. "TatiM" '"10 Oarats" by Dana "Miss Dior" iMorama 1 1 < hrUtlaa Wai -My HIM' "Baantal Arpx 1 "IndUciot" "OaidntiU" 'N Chaiial No. It KNIGHTS LTD. Msny ulmrnti sre u.uid by poor oluod which M|BJ may affect the whole tyttem. Skin eruption, m/%** and irritabon. simple rheumtim sn.1 nainf-'. *** ^"*3> points arc nature'* signal that you need <-larke' %  weawsast Blood Mixture. This famous mediane helps SKW to cUansr the Mo.id uram of impunnes sod cOMHAMTTt keep you fit and free from tbet* and similar ,miH%• iroubkaoow complaints, lie -•# U> ask for *""*? %  CLARKE S 0 ** IWN$ Blo od Mixt ure flags To.fceep fit and active.. M Oivo them HALIBORANGE every day TKESS'I NOTHING LISS ir for building up reserves of vital energy, promoting healthy growth, strong bones sad teeth — sad resistance to iltneis. Made from purest halibut oil, cleverly blended sritb the iuice of ripe oranges, it is neb in Vitamins A and D and so delicious in taste thai -w the most finicky youngster takes ^L it with delight. afla?~_aafn Incidentally, it's fine for grown\y^* „p, woi Haliborange Moil Bugland by: ALLEN • HANBLRYS LTD LONDON. E.2 AMONG OUR RANGE OF SHOES I WE NOW OFFER — Ladies' Canadian Shoes in White Nnhii.k. .mil ur.-cn <>r Red Siuik.-.\in wilh ankle straps 111 K> %  I low rill lourt as well as s.-v.Tal "ihr llyltB BfilB nsaa%n heels ami plalforni MIM BUY NOW FOR XMAS FROM HARRISON'S" D-l 2664