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The Barbados advocate

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

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

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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY





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ESTABLISHED 1895

Sixty-two

Doctor Proves Man Can Live

On Rain Water And Raw Fish

TWENTY - EIGHT - YEAR
OLD Olain Louis Bombord, a
French heart specialist, has
proved to the world that man





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not been carrying any food.
He was advised by Americans
|there to take on emergency

Stroud Bay

STROUD BAY, a 50 yard



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can live on plankton, rain stretch of brown coarse sand rations because of the hazards +B ama 5 |
water and raw fish for over be eae See Tahiiees’ he might encounter. These ® f 8 ;
two months. Dr. Bombord}] it is everiooked by. two 40 ft. ||rations were in a sealed tin &- e'°
landed at Stroud Bay, St. Lucy |} cliffs known to fishermen as || and would last for 30 days. | #.- 4 ts te Be
yesterday in -a~ horse-shoe| A Aa ar oll a = Me mm |Before receiving them Dr. |
shaped rubber dinghy, after!] (a with or cae atin a ee Bombord promised that he|

| taking 62 days to cross the home of 12 fishing boats once would not open them during |

launched for the season, these
boats seek shelter at Speights-
town, as the sea off that part
of the coast is generally
rough.

|the voyage. On arrival at|
Stroud Bay he opened the tin
of rations in the presence of
large crowd. He then dis-
tributed the contents.
He said: ‘‘This crowd wit-

| Atlantic from Las Palmas to

Barbados.

The dinghy, L’Heretique, |
bought from the French Air-
force is 15 ft. long and five ft



wide. She weighs approx-| books on navigation which he nessed the opening of the tin
imately 200 lbs. and averaged] kept in water tight bags. After! and can tell anyone that the |
a speed of 50 miles a day, On| he bought the dinghy he made |yations were untouched, What
board, Dr. Bombord had aja few alterations before set- better proof should I need|
radio, two lucky charms, | ting out on the trip than a_ large crowd of!
i emergency rations, charts, a Dr. Bombord took on the strangers’? |
compass sextant, pen and'emergency rations at Casa- @ On Page 7

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THE MAP above is reproduced to give an idea of the distance Dr, Bombord sailed.

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‘France Faces
| Xmas Crisis

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ifteen Drowne er Leaping | Pants, Des 2
| A President Vineent Auriol began
| a rying to patch up France's
e a | i Government b it look-
rom Wrecke ruise Liner |i hS"0 mus
‘ | nother Cabinet crisis for Xmas
| ‘ Premier Rene Pinay after nine
| - BEIRUT, Dec. 23 ineasy months in office resigned in
N . RISHOP TO PREACH | THE heroic captain of a motor launch rescued single- | = ee ae a on a
handed some 150 wrecked French passengers from the | S2UON@ Assemiy, oe ;
Next Tourist . i some 1 vted after Roman’ Cathole
| CHRISTMAS DAY liner Champollion bringing ashore all the remainir movement party refused to back
3 ! { ssenpers 1 the first of three confi-
His Lordship Bishop G. L, passengers, im in b
| Season May G. Mandeville will preach |! The launch made three desperate trips to the side ot] dence votes on the 1953 budget
ae, | at 11.00 a.m, on Christmas the liner in raging waves, and passengers including women The first man summoned by
e Shorter Day we sue a. er | with babies in their arms climbed down rope ladders into} Auriol as he began his efforts to
- a - e He eu a sit | the boat and were carried to shore where they clambered | cut: short the crisis was Gaston
The feeling xy hotel an { eve. an ee ewred ¥ f wee ‘ with joy Monnerville, President of the
Ai tr lh egal pe Neer tei eo preach at 9 o'clock. out weeping with joy. French Senate and member of
| gers is that the coming tourist} The Services beginning Ati ch Vial} abewentad. ane further he right of centre Radical Party
liast, althou hth S pe seas Sees: SOrmigus. ate. a8 | re song tatie vo the motor 1 launch | Monnerville is normally consult-
| last, althoug ere will not be any follows: eSCUC 8 DB) > ‘ D t 2 : Sp ee . goat
appreciable drop. Indications mt SY, MICHAEL'S CATHEDRAL and it was feared the remaining ‘ire es SUrOYS d by the ‘ pief Ree 2
| that the season will be shorter, Midnight Xmas Eve crew might not be saved until E CUES ene See
: Sung Eucharist He also is an expert on constitu-
; | Miss Joan Kysh, Secretary of the Christmas Day tomerrow—Hero of the rescue Yactor eras }
j | Barbados F ublicit'y Committee she) *o am, A Christmas Service was a Lebanese sailor Captain B.
“ ie te yesterday that from ao po Sion Radwan, akipper of a launch | Aged Eduard Herriot speaker
4 {replies received on bookings from $ém. Gung Bucharist & Ser which pilots ocean going ships BERLIN, Dec. 23. f the. National Assembly and
5 the various hotels, it does seem | mon, (Preacher The Dean.) into Beirut harbour, Iso a radical, was not in Paris,
that this coming season is not as | ll a Matin & Sermon | West Berlin fire brigades stood informed sources aid he would
{ promising as it might be. It would | (Preacher The Lord Bishoy | After it was discovered that the| idle to-day on the border adja- einige «Sibel & Auriol on iis
jappear as if it is going to be a! Gunde Mave’ plenieht , Waters off the reef where hn nek Beg tg, ly yo eturn this afternoon
The 15 ft. rubber dinghy “L’Heretique” at Stroud Bay yesterday with the French tri-colour flying from short season, This time last year, Sune Buchérist, Champollion lay were top shallow | 1), Walls. “We are not allowed] Monnerville emerged from the
the stern. jalthough the majority of tourist | 5 cm: Mee Ennion for the British cruiser Kenya to} ))° ss the border unless East lf-hour talk at the Elysees
Inset is Dr. Bombord, a French heart specialist who crossed the Atlantic from Las Palmas to Bar- {did not come until the beginning 9 am. Sung Bucharist & Ser enter and attempt a rescue German authorities call us for a alace and told waiting newsmen
bados in L'Heretique in n 62 days, during which time he lived on plankton, rain water and raw fish, of the year, on the whole, ther« mor A |Radwan volunteered to try alone sistance,”’ firemen said the President is in process of
" -—-— | were more people staying in the ei ve Miles Radwan put his engine at full Fire broke out this morning in| reflecting on the problem which
M 4 f ~ | island during December than Sung Eucharis throttle took the wheel, and went|the Berlin suburb of Staken, er delicate * wo already
in \ Sno storms there have been this year to date + Christmas Day through the seas to the Champol- | divided by a boundary into part (CP. & P.)
} | W She pointed out that it would 8 am. Holy Communion likin its back broken and heeling|of the British sector and part of
Ss | {however be difficult to give any a over at a 59-degree angle, As he) the Soviet Zone eat
| 4 Ty true indication because late book- jcame alongside crew member :
; German eyewitnesses aid the
e e e | Stop Work ings may be received later a |threw him ropes and he secured | . 5
i acto : a aow
Fr ane Diseuss d G@ome of the hotels. are already Police Halt | his small craft to the side | pig = erates Gidee cenoreen |
fairly heavily booked, and the ; a Shed F
. Pr 7 Earder sixty frantic passenger: East German policemen put a tight P
x on > OS | INNISBRUCK, Austria, Dev, 23. majority of furnished apartment e t rs ,
; CAIRO, De C 23 caer ane oF ear Lan Siseiees ate alee bose’ Christmas and crewmen leaped in panic from | ompeon a he = as Shopping
The first Arab-Asian Conference outside the U.N. cop-' or new Avalanc hes halted the|Those which have not yet been the tilting decks o» the wrecked | Ni ational Steel © on stridetion works
vened here today to discuss measures to be taken against’ grim task of identification of 23| fully booked, anticipate — that eaean Sethe y ents 300 yards from Pussia controlled before Xmas
France owing to her policies in Tunisia and Morocco. victims of the worst mountain | bookings will be made at maint ay prising a ne at tal eee ey a Staken Airfield :
. . _ * . x are ice J i reac, $ ve ph cies >
India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Iran, Afghanistan and Ethiopia erariga lies ae DaRy ad cad |than 200" yatds away. UP,
represented by their diplomatic envoys in Cairo will join], Jaq wanes Bae ie Will Go To U.K. NEW YORK, Dec.
DlocKec many roads é rE } The ‘ . er |
seven Arab League delegates in a meeting under the}from Ariberg to Innsbruc Police said four alleged Cuban | The British cruiser Kenya
Ch I A F Ministe Fa by REdure rom — erg o nnsbruck,| Hotel managess are of the opin- | revolutionists planned to use =| reached the scene at 11 a.m, but
: aia rn up of ‘ cting Foreign Minister Fathy Radwan.]Austria were running as much ion that many of the North Amer-| surplus U.S. Navy rescue boat to/the great hopes that had been
Vij: seinaclas % wf oe y 4 [ore Seem as as three hours late, jican holiday seekers Who may carry guns and bombs from Miami, i built on rescue attempts were & ¢
€ « zaks m a id 1 i .
roa ‘ { £ i want to visit England during the, Florida, to Havana. : shattered when it was found that
to arrive over the week-end t fPoc: KET CARTOON ; Main y road from Arlberg to| Coronation celebrations next June} The four arrested Icst Friday as (the vaters off the reef where the
participate in the final stages of by OSBERT LANCASTER Tyrol was closed and traffic on will not want to spend two vaca-|ringleaders in an alleg ged plot broken’ backed liner was halite
the deliberations pe Sa impertant roads was! tions, and will in all probability | against Cuban President wee | were too shallow for the warship
Anti-French sentument here hé Owe own to a crawl, | delay their holiday so that they; clo Batista were to aver ‘to enter
been rising following the signin In Munich, Germany, thej can go to England. | Seer var aa Se Ser Pp fiat ania
s z wing ; a ’ A R. | sessio y ‘ Ss. J assenger list issued at exan-
aS articles of the Fr nen re- bang 4 au eee mzage.| @ On Page ee Gena a Oe dria, the ships last vise of call
rm programme by the Bey of ite avalanches dange n S- | in this New Yor ity suburb said ,, e tragic voyage er .
Tunis which Arab opinion inter- pite Wendelstein and a number of | Jose Duarte, 35, had arranged to |\) a “Eee ae oe oes
preted evidence of France wher areas. It warned that the L L buy the 63-foot Navy Air Rescue| () eet ‘a spdend
7 Christmas pilgrims aboard show-
“Tron nd” policies in. Norts janger would increase if the sud~ | {boat formerly named Lady Ruth} ci icin wore seven children or
Africa. | den thaw melted the huge snow} J II for $20,000 to carry arms to) ee ’ ‘ 4 children on
aves iA ; | masses that fell last week. Now In amaica ‘Cuba for a Christmas Day upris-| 4 hip. Of ae yt Peat ae
AND BEL Eee aS ee —U. ing against the Cuban >Govern-| 4 were women and 52 men. Of a
at the recent U 1 Assem- , or KINGSTON, Dec, 23 | oats {t was learned that the | total of 318 aboard, some 160 had
bly session in Ne fork to iS ~~ ae ‘ a8 sing converted from | been saved by midday
aiden oes n h | y in North . . The new Principal of the Uni-| Y nage ee ee ae 2
Africa . : \ Thirteen Die In versity College of the West Indies | high speed vessel capable of car- Of the 318 persons who sailed !
The Arab League 11 Com- | arrived in Jamaica today 10’ .Jiny more than two truckloads of | from Alexandria best estimates
mittee has be he during the Plane Collision assume his post on January 1. Ac- | armeg and ammunition seized in a; were that 18 were dead, about 200
past week to discuss the situation | . : companied by his qs and tW0)raid on a vacant gasoline station | Saved and some 100 crew mem-
in both North Africa and SEOUL, Dec. 2. daughters, Dr. W. G. Grave trav-| here Friday U.P. bers still remained aboard the
Palestine.--U.P. Fifth Air Force said a Greek|Piled_ out in the company of} broken hulk
Air Force C 47 evacuation trans. Sit Raymond Priestly, M.C. a | —U.P.





“Why on earth can’t you port collided with an unidentified |Member of the U.C.W.I. Council |


































EIGHT BELIEVED








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Maintains |
the same high |







Itali Fishing issue X certificates and plane at an air base in western |Which meets January 12 to 15.| DEAD IN CRASH
ian ishing save one all this fruitless Korea last night killing 13 per. |and was met at the pier by Chief | y 4 a ite = an vt )
} research ?”’ sons. Justice Sir Kenneth O’Connor, | VERONA, ITALY, Dec, 23 | e roop {
Boats Forced Into | One crewman of the Royal| U.C.W.I. Vice Principal, Hon. P. | Eight people were believed} ,
y } he Hellenic air force plane survived. \M. Sherlock, U.C.W.1. Registrar | | es hei an bhp ne two re 0 ud it
. P 1 oy e . Twelve others aboard the twin |Hugh Springer and other members coaches Muan enice rain
Yugoslavia ‘ort 1 Charlie Chaplin engine transport and the pilot of|of the Faculty. [crashed off the tracks at 50 mph |
5 the unidentified Allied plane Dr. Grave said on arrival “the! outside Verona today. B bed Ai h
ROME, Dec , Y 7 Soa able| = were fecovetes m ato 1, }
The Foreign haan Dec f Goes To Geneva vere killed. University College should be able ; Two bodies were rer over { oO Si LD pe \
gating reports that 25 Italian; The crash. took lace at 6.30, contribute a great deal to the | early this afternoon and police | ff
fishing boats with 150; men} ROME, Dec, 23. {p.m Whee | Asnieetihad a plane | Wants and needs of Jamaica and|said they feared six more were | SEOUL Dec. 2: \)
eboard wer: r picked up off the} 1arlie Chaplin left Rome for|crashed into jhe transport. which | \the whole of the British West , still under tons of debriy, : | United States warplanes blasted 2S, Ti 1es ii}
coast of Yugoslavia “Sur i n t Gene to-day after a three-day|was on the ground : Indies. It should be able to train} An emergency call to Verona|a huge Communist troop centre i)
by five Yugos lav gum boats andjstay in the in capital. Before{ The transport was” an air oc who will be useful in the, and nearby towns brought Red oear Chaerong in north-east Korea
forced into a Yugoslavian port. he left he said he would be return-| evacuation plane but it was not| different tasks that have to be Cross Ambulances and nurses,| destroying 40 buildings and leav- or e as
ji o the United States. “I have] immediately known if the passen.|undertaken here and will, I hope | police, firemen and volunteers to} ing the whole area a ma of 4 i}
The reported m eizure’ WaS!, +o-entry permit and I intend to| gers were battle casualties. The| very much, be more and more the|the spot — rescue work began fla nes and columns of smoke The i)
the latest of a long series of tuse it” he told reporters who ask-| cir foree board opened an inves-|centre of learning and research in’ within a few minutes of de | attack came — shortly after Fo ily Cars i
almost wee peeveen' leq about his plans. In September, | tig igation —U.P. the British Caribbean area.” / ment, “ | Shooting Stars smashed the Red
Italian fish d Yugo-!>" “ "Stat G i ae > . _--— —_ air base at Pyongyang, capital of )
: mia. coast 1s both ¥ ited pian rem y b ancl North Korea from which the Reds
before and after the expiration ames MeGranhery ordered an. in= v believed to have been carry-
lust spring of ing accord |@uiry into whether the British | ing out an intensified campaign ©
between the two comedian should be re-admitted. | ‘ranee a ac LPOTESL | over Atics tront tine positions.
ss ~ | Last nis ee Chi sg bi aba da 9 | Four Sabre jets roving North| \
ae Teck ‘ : , . remiere a Korea to block off the Red
Chioggia big Ital a nae I li attended by} LONDON Dec. 23 | ington, had actually been handed | con oo to I9Â¥ee agrmertow ap attempts to tntanoent fighter bomb-
Venice reporte: hearing President I c i of Ital Britai has the backing of | over. the McCarran Act would create juclled with eight Red MIG
messages from the fishing boats anq 11 mir ‘ Peainee. ‘tals and other European! France protested against the for hippins companit Met te sending one of them viineind
Rosanna and Santa Maria Sunday | +,,;, f » It C Governme n her protest against|new regulations last Friday and | State Department has made t)y) ta earth URGING ~
night that five x P - 4 f nen ng the new United States immigration | Italy, Holland, Sweder ur clear that immigration authoritie = PT ed
boats were forcit See See a egulatio ffecting seamen, &@| Norway are believed here to be, have no alternative but Today's claim, plus thre Pht es oul ‘ aa © ogre
4 ‘ g £ : 1 | ‘ ve ‘ ave no alterna oday aim hree pre- 1h aterm yom §7IN& CLE
Yugosla ¢ ho qu ¢ British Foreign Office pokesman | contemplating the seme courss out the regulations approved jou y confirmed 1 Fifth . GARDINER AU: 7] ACL
The t rye sid t | ther ] he iid here toda Congress Airforce brought the December ” Agents
the Rtas 'th t the "93 ac m.- | ber N t\It oc- He could not y whether the These protests follow three The McCarran Act provide t | toll of Red jets to 42. The ground .
panyii , fishing sr without |} ial formal note of the protest au-| weeks of informal discussions i ill Non United State ‘ var .was quiet except for scat
tadios were 23 mil m tt r ed thorised to be delivered yester-| which the Washington é De-| must be carefully questioned re actions. Temperature
Â¥ ugosla\ ff pe Prorn e of er ever the jd t Sir Christopher Steel,| partment acknowledge the difficul-| Immigration offi 1 fore ( o 13 degrees above
gore. —U.P. sason for Ror —U.! rge Daffaires in Wash-/ ties of th Ww regulati , illowed ore UP zero U.P,
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ZooreeMvetnitten: Wook en | Butter 3 lb; Flour i ib; Sugar | of sugar; 2 tablespoonfuls of White | (yest NMR" pn ti nn A
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ib; Candied peel 4 lb; Sultama %' wine or Marsala; | liqueur glass; — ak

jip. Egg yolks 3; Eggs 4; % tea+|of rum.
spoonful baking powder: Wh.te of

this_morning at 9 o’clock

Barbadians On Holiday

pm, Secttish Magasine, 6.16 Easy to nse — simply mix with water
' eottish. 2 f

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Cream, Green, Blue, White, Sunshine & Buff ;
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""INHREE Batbadia! te A eggs. | Take a small saucepan and put ee ie a ecanaiinee eréa, x
‘1 + a oe rs - a ae t one egg yolk at a time, the @orre-|7 co p.m The News, 7.10 p.m. Hons
ome trom Canada yesterday Work the butter in a m ning sponding. quantity of sugar and ewe Fron raitain MA |
> T.C t ao \s . 17.15 p.fh Calling the West nde
are be zc A, eeu |bowl with a w60den spoon. Add wine ot Marsala. Add the liqueur | 745 "le. fre Bi) * fous
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slowly the Sugar, the eggs, the eg | glass of rum at the @nd. Put the | <—
jyolks, the four, the sultana, the saucepan in a bigger shucepon | a Care's, 7.88 pARL The Fret
| candied peel and finally the pinch] which contains hot water. utd act” Pa J an ge TR lage
jof salt and the baking powder. | everything on the fire beafing the | Christmas Partes)) 8.15 p.m. Radio |
| Then add the whites of eggs which | sapaione with a whip. The egg! Newsr el, 8.30 p.m The Happiest Days |

you hav ate » of Your e, 10.00 p.m e New's, 10.10 |
| ave beaten until stiff. Butter will first become frothy and then | wy Bian Sa eade x 15 m A

. ke B , , - i 8 otn, | Christmas Talk, 10.30 p.m. Carols
J d bake in th ven for will be soft and smoot When jc

‘ah hour. You can test the cake.|coft and smboth take off the fire!

In Cream, White, Green
For GALV. IRON or SHINGLE ROOFS .. .

USE RED HAND

BARBADOS RED Paint

Mr. Harold Gibbs, som ef Mi

L. Gibbs of Worthing and 1)
late Mr. Gibb Mr. Gil Toppi
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Topp
of “Elridge,” Fifth Ave Bell
ville and Mr. C. &. Michael Gi:
fith, son of ‘Mrs, C. C, Griffitt
Coventry” Country Roa



OSC SOSS FOSSSOCS



Harold is doi } t If you press ao nee 4 — ind serve hot. | | Ee ee ee eT ee
oe , oing hi ird top and it makes a noise as i | *HON 4456, 4267
e toh, Ga Veterinary Colleg frying it is not ready as there is | OPENING 8.30 yan. ae eae
ruelph, Gil is doing his final y« still humidity in it. ! | ee .
in aoe at Denynt University You can steep the sultana and TOMCRROW | Wi kinson & Haynes 0., Lt . %
y e Mich iel is Chief F ying Ir the candied peel in a bit of rum g ¥
ftructor, Peninsula Alr ‘Service before adding to the mixture So Note :==We shall be CLOSED on Saturday, 27th December. :
a § is iis irst Visi
back home in about eight year PLUM PUDDING LLLP ELLA EPSPS LLC LPP ES,
Intransit i OFFER
I NTRANSIT from Martiniqu« HERE is Dr. Olain Louis Bombord who arrived in Barbados yester- Phage age Rig MO Po
by B.W.1.A. for Trinidad t

day on a rubber dinghy. This picture was taken at Las (the inside of a butter loaf) 1%;

Palmas just

Spend a holiday was Mr. and Mr

before he attempted the Atlantic crossing to Barbados. At . Flour 1 lb; Apples % Ib; Raisins : ; . .
Gaston Mangee and their sor Mrs. Staniland left is and currants 1 lb; Cloves; Ground All rings, Compacts, iden Oas 4
John Cinnamon; Barbados Sugar 1 Ib; &

Retirea Manufacturer a ee a wae
ases etc., bought from

us will be

Mr, Mangee is Partner of Pli Vloral Academy At
sonieaux and Co., Steamshil The Museum ratasY ne ne gi
Agents of Forte-de-France, His : from Oakland, Cali-

wife is the daughter of Mr. and A NOVEL and interesting exhi- fornia, are now in Barbados for
Mrs. John de Verteuil of Port-of bition is to be staged at the three weeks’ holiday. They ar-

Spices 1 teaspoonful; Eggs 3; Rum
or Cognac 1 glass; Wa: a lime;
Half an orange. %

Put in a big mixing bow! the

Suckling



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7 . ; bread, the flour, the apples (peeled
Spain, Vuseum on Friday, 9th Saturday rived on Friday by B.W.LA. vialand minced) the ies ian the ENGRAVED S
Touring The Islands a oye os Sees gro and were accompanied |currants, the candied peel, the l —_—
r rs . : 9o3, in 1e@ form oi a iora Dy eir twe sons Dav ‘ ,
MAss a holiday trip throug! Academy. Floral arrangements by Richard, ) s David abdjground cinnamon, the sugar, the
the islands are Mr. and Mrs + '|spices, the eggs, 1 glass of Rum

FREE

different exhibitors will fill two Mr. Rosenb is ¢ ; ;
David Jackson and their sor : sre ag le Tage hd “nderry is a retired|ior Cognae, the juice of half a lime |
Richard from Caracas, Venezuela of the Museum’s galleries. Floral manufacturer. This is his first visitland half an orange. You must |

They arrived here three days ago Academies have been highly suc- to the island.

and left on Monday afternoon b
B.W.I1.A. for Grenada.

Mr. Jackson who was in Caracas
for the past 16 months as Ameri-
can Commercial Attaché wa
formerly Latin American Sales
Manager for an American Dru
Company in the U.S.A,

Before returning te Caracas, Mr
Jackson and family will revisit
Barbados for about four days and

cessful in the United States and in
London, but this is the first to be
held in this island. Visitors to the
exhibition on the first day, Friday
9th January will judge the exhibits
by voting for the three prize
winners There will be also a
plant stall, The proceeds of the
exhibition will be devoted to the
Museutn’s Collections Fund, the
object of which is to purchase



Any Changes

h R. C. GOLD of Poughkepsie,

New York who is in the real
estate business, arrived here on
Monday by B.W.1.A. from St.
Lucia where he spent a week. He
has come over to see what ehanges
have been made on the island
since his last visit about five years
ago. »

steep the apples, the raisins and
the currants and the candied peel

in rum at least for an hour before |
mixing. Take a pudding cloth, but- |
ter it and flour it and pour the |
mixture inthe centre. Close the |

cloth, tie a string around it and
give it the shape of a ball. Put the
pudding in the cloth in boiling
water and keep the water boiling
for at least four hours. Take it

Y. De LIMA
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20 Broad St.

and at Marine Gardens



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= ; . Guadelou e, Mr. and Mrs. generoush/ to the | poor € a
fo Today Also leaving by the same oat* Harty A Smith of New York han, tales aba toe kato oleae ea -
ONGRATULATIONS and best craft for Trinidad were Mr. Bruce (j;\" arrived here oh Mond&y}are you thinking of dear ones, or thors



‘ Mr. Gold who left the U th t of th t ur some ¢
wil also make stops at Trinidad abate ati : . e U.S.A en out o e water, pour som :
Guadeloupe, Martinique St Lucia peeenene relating to the history three weeks ago, plahs to spend|luke-watm cognac or rum on it RO @ » A a T HE A T R &E $ possible.
St, Kitts and Antigua -— aetar ae Ns furniture, be _ abla in is an Indies.J}and light it. Serve immediately. Aa
: thot DRS ete. a pados he will be going| It is ni¢e to serve some zabaione ; YMPI re ;
Visiting Her Mother on to Grenada after whic he will] al cae with it. EMPIRE | OL ic ro.pt ORY Pr ROY. e #
RS. META YEARWOOD — -e°" some of the other one Pe egy (TO-Day 4.45 & 8.15 Republic Whole Day 2.842 8.90 a
zi : _" y.... islands, e is a guest at the he ee se pm Serial ; RN i
note rot ie Soca. Ocean View Hotel. am Double HAUNTED Rex ALLE 4 4 3S. =
ood ¢ ¥ i | e . p Tomorrow
rom Brooklyn, U.S.A. on Monday ¥ Estate Owner eee cae) SEA HORNET HARBOR Pet , .
vening ia Puerto Rico by M . AND MRS. LEONARD} 5 ——— ne | *
:.W.LA. after an absence of forty KENT of Grenada, returned See & Se a | Mid-Nite Tonight (UTA WAGON! q
oat home on Monday after spending (a5 & Ba ROCK ISLAND car AuTay | ana ; ie
She has come over to see her “ive da¥s as piiést at the Wind- i Matt ttesedts TRAIL ine ARIZONA | :
mother, Mrs. Louisa Bourne of Sf Hotel Bing Chosay | Sanne. PALS MANHUNT Se
ae i Raa : Mr. Ke / vas here : conn WVREK: M d-Nite Tonight an 5 ue:
a : ~ rte yar an tour. oy a is Secermpne as | es ig whole se hy " jor TCA THE ’ > es | MUSIC — by Panama and&
other relatives and i Aying wit! +>) s . . en 4 | | ts 3 a ames A . §
her sister, Mrs. Sybil Howard of Plains, Mt. Rich and Simond| 4 vey HABPY AND BLESSED JUST FOR YOU HAUNTED With Roy BA his Trio &
en’s Court” Two Mile Hill Rstates in St. Patrick’s, Grenada CHRISTMAS TO ALL The “tiiest Mis a HARBOR —_oe ‘fomarree a: 6S . ; &
) ’ vo J = : j ave pening ‘omorrow a .
P.M.O., St. Peter Christmas Holidays POR WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1952 Thanet , — at 6.18 pain Pm. : «- &
ad : ‘ ris scthiiles 7 = . | Leok ih the séction in which your ane Optning Tomorrow; and cohtinuing Friday at 4.30 i
ETURNING from St. Vincent RRIVING on Sunday night by | sir:haay comes and Bnd what your | ice Traat ng You {15 p.m. and con-| Ca ly 4.80 fe Bis & 8. p.m | &
yesterday morning by B.G B.W.1.A,. from Trinidad was | ostoek. is, secording to the stars ind intest News reer imuine to Synday| Universal Double | . { 4 Pe PCO OS OOS AE he est
a ays wa : Dr, F. G. Reader, Mi. Ceci) Crawford, Assistant ‘ant re vipratitess for mont Wwobny Mid-N — | ee eee yvonte a Ho “ane. Muga GATE GAGE DN DADRA DNDN DS DN DN IN TN ON NON PRIN DN GE
P.M O., St. Peter, who went over Master at the Bishop’s High School | 9°. irs this holy tite of the year idem: Specint Republic Whol in in —_—— —— ———--—_—_— ——
for a short visit. vasa ih Totego. He has dome over for|do abt eo te extremes hor indulge Meee, Serial TOMABAWK MIS, RIND OF |
» Chrostmas what » | tinsavo leasures. Pr¢ str.ve !
1. are aa ‘ais ' raglan coat mt World. peace OM witartunte peupiee. w Republi oeRAP AR MEN | cant hea In . pnd —
Ss. C TAYLOR of is s atives ¢ “| APRE, %1 to MAY % (Tauru&)—yYou: hole Serial ’ f MOON SALLY ARP : .
Springville,” Strathclyde, well, Christ Church. * . Venus and other planets favourably UNDERSEA With “With, See et Lip ae LD YEAR
left for Trinidad by B.W.1.A. Last Here 15 Years Ago oF ueaitaeing oe cris nia out KINGDOM Clayton Moore Ann BLYTH | Johnny a) ssmiuiller i
MAJOR H. W. PEEBLES over the week-end on a short FTER spending a holiday in| of the goodness of heart we should give sane : oe are Edmund GWENN | Brenda : |
visit. . ee oe



FESTIVITIES

i AOE ls

The Barbados Aquatic Club

(Local & Visiting Members Only)

i \ , Skinner, his son, Mrs. Edgar , : , WHA d in the armed services? Have you done
wishes to Major H. W et erasi afternoon by B 1.A. and are t &
ssle aster E é ut- ahyth substantial to make others
Peebles, C.M.G., D.S.O., O.B.E. Crossley and Master Edward Hut~ piscts at the Marine Hotel. ceo ae ee . G a Oo B

|
of Bayley’s, St Philip who *°" ~ Mr. Smith who was last in Bar=|) june 2 to JULY % (Osncer)
celebrates his seventy-fifth birth- Back To Canada bados fifteen years ago, is Presi-| friendly influences for last-minute
day today. M* and MRS. Tony Foster dent of Engineering Specialties | needs Sheeran net togethers, philotes
< . ¢ erests, a an socta matte
Soldier, statesman and former who were holidaying here in Co., | builders of mechanical ret +e a a era aes
Administrator of St. Vincent, Barbados for two weeks, returned machinery in New York cance of this blessed season,
Major Peebles lost his only son “anada yesterday evening by i JULY 31 te AUGUST 2 (Lee)—In
on D Day, 1945. He had fought Rete yesmrcay wve ; Carol Recital last-minute preparations be sure to
his way out at Dunquerque, but Tony is a son of Major A. R PQTHERE will be a Carol a: cease Stee tea ean ‘a coe sone
fell in action when Allied Armies Foster. Organ Recital at St. John }

TODAY 4.30 & 8.30 P.M. — LAST SHOWS

PINKY and NO WAY OUT

Superintendent of Glen- ch idren, and old folks. Blessings!
returned to deliver Europe from

TONIGHT XMAS EVE MIDNITE
, dairy Prison and Mrs. Foster. He the Baptist Church at 4 p.m. of AUGUST 2 to SEPTEMBER eee) :
Nazi Re self. though his Works in the Accounts Depart- Sunday, December 28. wish swehould be enimgayy (aay Eee ite LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE
goencie ate limited haa lost none ment of Messrs George W. Crothers | Some of the artists taking part) Orie Infant Saviour for all. mankind :
The File — FLEMISH FAR

of bis interests and continues to Ltd. in Toronto. His wife is the in the Recital will be Messrs. F.|o\4 for world peace
FREE! FREE! GIFTS

: ns oy J, E. Gulston and MicS| serteMBER «4 (to OCTOBER ¥:

i associations as dear as daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Thompson, J. E. iiihend-abeadsMibsrus. sib ance went

ae cet Kinch of the Garrison. A. Toppin, dive ‘ ’ }
Hold on to your \% Tickets and Win—3 WRIST WATCHES



DINNERS will be served between 7 and 9 p.m.
(December 31st)
PRICE $3.50
Very Special Menu.



the true feanthg of ths Holy Seasor

by any wild indulgences or excesse
J of any kind. Family chureh first!

B Beachcomber OCTORER & to NOVEMBER *%

eee ry (Scorpié)—Con Be a thriving day for

mall shops, and large institutions Da;
has favourable aspects but doe warn
ogainst uhéexpected chahges of@ hasty
deefsions In matters running efficiently.
NOVEMBER %% te DECEMBER &
Smart-| (Sagittarivs)—Cavelessness in spending

indications Similag new. Dipri't_ spot)
and Cartons of HEINEKEN BEER e

MEMBERS are asked kindly to make their reserva-
tions as early as possible. Dial 4461.

NCE more the approach of Im the ears of Mrs, Wretch rings Conversation at Narkover
Christmas is a time of her husband’s appeal to her
anxiety at Wreach Manor. Noth- when The Three Bocardos hung He thé’ day Dr.
ing will ever convince the simple. by their teeth from the chande- ae ; > a ixthetorma |{2vised. Agninst: true chabity. is urged
; 2 sep in lier in the Hall: “My love, t ick surprised a six OTM | cha is much neéded now both at home
minded Wugwell that, dee} : , € . OEY tay h vas beating a-toy night Se ancaiiian develiaea a ae
is not to forget that you were ever la "0Y Who was beating y Lg | and for ne
mp watchman with a toy cosh I and pinot Roe wake —,
tir, “that f grest overgrown lout] Smccmae, SuMealt tabeanie, ee
rn ‘r, “that a at oO neglect little details at hom
arily at least, to the cireus, scene irt like you should waste time with to donientie harmony and ee for
of her early triumphs; to xo +a these silly toys. Such games are Christmas cith | spir.tual as Ww as
through the hoop once more J READ that a collection box for little milksops,” The boy tem pce eer wiv. pseaDabr 9
while standing on a horse’s back, has been placed in front of a hung his head. “I had a real cosh, | Aquarivs)—Your Uranus to-day stresses
or to balance a bottle of port on piece of sculpture in the Tat@ a beauty, sir,” he said, “but it smecynaiens pc action oad, eaot tae
an ape’s nose, crying “Hup!" the Gallery, so that those who like was stolen by my housemaster.” pion ee vane Tét urgent bUSIneED,
while. it may show their approvel in a “Confiscated, you mean,” said the | Sane gniety
practical manner A pfactical headmaster “Confiseated, then,| FEBRUARY t te MARCH 20 (Pisces)
The Colonel recalls with dread manner of showing disapproval Fir, for a job he had in hand.” —Neptune wisely advises moderation in

f . confidential matters. Day on whole it
the day when he returned home of the work would be to take “I thought cheating at cards was eReouPARinN. beneAt (or our aditereste.

Free to First 500 Persons—ced-Cold Coca Cola and
B.B.C. Orange Drinks

TALENT CONTESTANTS

MALCOM MURRAY AMGE visi et es ‘en 2 ”
BRUCE MANN singing -.ss.. “There'll Be No vommnon”
CARL BEST singing ........... sseeces. “Kiss of Fire”
THE GRIFFITH BROS. singing ... -. “Red River Valley”
KEITH SEALEY singing ........000 “Sileht Night”
BASIL CALLENDAR singing ......... | “Don’t Blame Me
SHINE BRAITHWAITE singing “Gooa Luck, Good Health”
WINSTON RUDDER singing ...... “I Wish T Had a Record”

PIT 15 — HOUSE 36 —~ BAL, 48
Hemember It's Midnight lonight

DANCING from 9 pm, Music by Mr. C. CURWEN

her heart, Mrs. Wret« and his Orchestra.

longing to abandon her political Belle Zaboula.”
activities, and to return, tempor-

which Prizes will be given; also DOOR PRIZE to
the holder of the Lucky Ticket.

ATTRACTIVE BALLROM DECORATIONS.

e
Admission to Ballroom 3 -



$n nn

Spot Waltz, Statue Dance, and Ballon Dance, for



to find Anselmo the World something out of the box ‘ys, his main job,” muttered the head- YOU BORN TO-DAY are = sturdy,

Goliath tearing intwo, with his one’s fare to the Galle or the Master sarcastically. “So it is,”| dependable In eharaster ymay he juaaes

hands of iron, a telephone price of a lunch How much ae sete” Pry oe bts % aoe en a, SOE hearts you énjoyv ,

directory obtained through in- are the various galleries pre. 8 Sideline, sir, like evefyone) véme ftuh and possess great affect Aa WD wm Ch i

fluence ‘after six years’ corre- pared to pay me to look at ye in n etn an So Sides | for ine Ane Smile. 5 ty tor "health ery erry restmas Yuri. = es
spondence. Every stranger in of those bits of wire and wood gin's “Wh t vt 4 Calg OB, | properig, and. pray dary for wiiaante

the district is suspected of being which are “ushering in the; at an odd occupation Birthdate pf: Ignatius Loyola, saint

“My dad owns a chain of fish-| «na founder of the Society of the Jequs;
shops, sir.” “Ah, I see.” Matthew Arnold, Eng. poet, writer

“se 2 =e Gem em 3”

an Old comrade of the ring, and dawn of a new beauty”?

Co Our Patrons and Griends ! S
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x A MERRY XMAS TO OUR
S PATRONS & FATENDS % gi (Special Notice:—No Matinee Shows on Xmas Eve & Christmas Day. Evening (8.30) Shows as Usual).
> GAMETY & |}} _ BRIDGETOWN (Dial 2810) | BARBAREES (Dil site) = ==—~S~Sé~« WE WISH OUR CUSTOMERS AND PRIENDS % Tonite 8.90 p.m $1} spectacular: | SEANP xine of Outfass! prince 0} wena
NORTHWEST TERRITORY % |i} , TO-DAY to FRIDAY 8.30 P.M.
Kirby GRANT & CHINOOK < Breath taking | TO-DAY
| = Matinee FRIDAY, 4.45 p.m.
AFRICAN TREASURE : siedai | 8.80 p.m. ; He
Johnny SHEFFIELD as Boniba | mipwater Warner Action Hit—
— very erry ofan PRET aonm QE 2 STANT aa Pen
Lash lL. J ‘urty . JOM?
Double ! ‘ SHOWS | daily ed | AMA FUGITIVE
FRONTIER REVENGE & TO-DAY | 8.80 p.m. FROM
Xm as OUTLAW COUNTRY =X hie aes | Matinee from A CHAIN GANG
‘ § Thurs, (only) 8.30 p.m § and | inoue. ie, mite Midnite Special Tonite
s TIGER WOMAN MIDNIGHT i oo oe (XMAS FVE)
5 Hy ns ha Wt a : Ase % Adele MARA & & continutne e Mus RAIDER T
FROM YUE WANAGCRMENT AND STAPF OF . % TRAIL TO SAN ANTONE i ally at | Short— cs ae }
¥ Gene AUTRY % 30 p.m. | “INTERNA- oe oe nema it
~ r. R. EVANS ‘ 3 Pare > » | ehitineen-at e . _ TIONAL } bd ih SEVEN SINNERS i d
x Friday 4.30 } : 4.45 p.m, from = - V a chartesCOBU RN Jonh WAYNE j
(VD WE ALSO HOPE TO HAVE THE PLEASURE is ee ie eee ee. Mite ot of RHYTHM mse HENDRIN §] “Pragy sect Sac apc tao!
3 E « I N XX _ - _ —" a oo m™ ! p.9r
cp eal oe ‘ ‘. 3 FRIDAY (Bank) SPECIAL 6.30 & 1,30 f sme palates a HOMICIDE :
OF SERVING YOU NEXT YRAR. Scary CHOMT & OAY coon SR “NORTHWEST TERRITORY” (Kirby GRANT) | ql Unset eave vito Soneey am | Wate mete |
y Recedeires sein X }} “AFRICAN TREASURE” (Johihy SHEFFIELD) | f'id5) Special} pom a ae ‘Vee T8ANS | en |
: y Saturday Midnite ss . A at Richard ARLT «& FLASHING GUNS Jimins WAKT Y |LAW of “he |
x FPARULOUS SUZANND s ' . oF Sattirday Special | SEVEN SINNE : . J —_. ———__ OCALDEN WREST
T R EVANS x Baybara BRITTON & * Midnite Saturday 27th 9.30 & 1.30 pan. | John WAYNt Johihy Mack BROWN Mien 'te |S | Monte HALE i
ce (WHITFIELDS) is niet tank 3 FRENCH KEY GRISSLY’S MILLIONS | - an swing vour | sar @ Sun { |
% , c Paul KELLY & } cial 15) fin > PARTN 5 & m
YOUR SHOE STORE 8 Sunda: Se See ew x eye hover satan “ROUGH RIDERS OF SMUCOLERS COVE ee Vera VAGUE ee “Wormer col . ,
Mat. Sunday 4.90 p.r % IDAHO | Leo Goreey & Bowery Boys RIO GRANDE DOWN DAKOTA | Actio )
Phone: bap MAGNIFICENT DOLL & » | CHEYENNE SILVER TRAT s whe m6 SeaEs {
: te 4220 LL BE YoURS i) Roy ROGERS ' Sutset Oarson Jimmy WAKDLY Jimmy WAKELY Roy ROGERS | Kirk Dougiae i
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EDNESDAY. DECEMBER

ee a ee

24, 1952





BARBADOS ADVOCATI





DECLINE IN W. EUROPEAN PRODUCTION |

W. German, France

Only Exceptions

(From ERNEST ASHWICK)

GENEVA.

_A continued decline in Western Europe’s economic
activity in the second quarter of this year is the gloomy
picture painted by the United Nation Economic Commis-

sion for Europe.

n the Commission's eeonomic
Jetin for Europe, just released,
Commission states that there
$ an all round decrease in in-
ftrial production in Western
fove. Western Germany and
Mce are the only exceptions.
tain’s industrial production wa
' per cent lower than in the
tesponding period last year.
& a special analysis of Bri-
@s improved gold and dollar
ition the bulletin points © out
& besides reduction in import
renewal of United States
fernment economic aid _ to-
ing 200,000,000 dollars (about
£,000,000) in the second quarter
year contributed to this
er position

Be bulletin points cut that
@in’s exports “have helped
@ towards easing payments
tions with non-sterling coun-
%” Britain’s sales to the ster-
area fell sharply in_ the
wd quarter and this will
GQngly affect Britain's global
Ments’ accounts for the second
of the year. Reduced sales
fe sterling area, though painful
idividual producers and expor-
, may provide greater incen-
to export to other areas in the
i currency regions. Curren!
Hlopments in these markets
@ver do not seem to provide a
nising opening for this shift in
ain’s exports’ states the
@tin.
ta comparison between Bri-
‘and Western Germany, the
tomic cor mission points ou
the imports reductions of th«
$eas sterling area this year h.
ain much harder than they dic
many. By August, Britain’s
% to the sterling area had fal!-
$2 per cent below the firs
ter rate, while those of je
y were only 17 per cent
. German exports elsewhere
steadily while British ex-
§ decreased.
ys the Commission “It wa
* apparent im the earlier post
years when German exports
2 low that their ultimate re-
try would confront other
ypean exporters with serious
Multies unless world trade ex-

led.”

le reason for German success
‘British exports, according to
economic commission, is that
lucer goods — the type of
is most demanded by foreign
wtters and which were not
tted by the récent import
— occupy a much higher share
Jermany’s export trade than
of Britain.
any consumer goods in British
wts have to be sold in condi-
: of slack consumer demand
seas where incomes have been
ted by falling commodity
38, British textiles must face
aasing competition in overseas
sets as Japan’s production re-
rs, the comgnission adds.
many instances German de-
y dates and credit terms are
: gp: Pott than those of
aim. Germany has no military
tities to take precedence over
wt orders. yerman exports
favoured by comparison with
a of Britain, both by subsidies
w form of tax concessions
by more attractive credit
is to foreign buyers. And Ger-
exporters are “encouraged”
bonuses resulting from dol-
‘etention quotas.

Air Bookings
‘On Record’
Centre! Control! Board

Will Show 32,000

An “indicator,” 22ft. by 16ft.,
capable of recording the book-
ings for 32,000 flights in a month.
is soon to be installed by Brit-
ish European Airways.

Sixty keyboards in London —
and, later, throughout the coun-
try — will be in touch with a
central control board. As a
booking is made it will be
flashed to the board.

When a flight is full agents
will be notified and overbook-
ing avoided.

The control board is not a
“magic mind.” It ‘will be, in part,
hand-operated. Half a million
wires will connect the stations
with reservation headquarters.

The cost of the machine is
about £20,000. A similar one in
the United States, at ten times
the cost, Worked on a “totalisa-
tor” principle, whereby the total
bookings were flashed electri-
cally on to a board from stations
throughout the country. But it
was found impractical.

Interest is being shown in the
new British machine by Amer-
ican airlines,

—L.E.S.



Nightingales
Will Sing In
Berkeley-Square

LONDON,

If you are around Berkeley-
square about next June, sure
enough you will hear nightin-
gales singing there.

But, as a nightingale cannot
be caged, Berkeley-square 1s g0-
ing to make do with life-size,
life-like nightingales made by
experts.

The idea belongs to the May-
fair Associatiop. An official
sai



“We feel that many tourists
who come to London for the
Coronation will make a bee-line
fer Berkeley-square and look for
the nightingale that sang there.
, “So they won’t be disap-
pointed if they check up.”

The nightingales will nestle
among pink and white rose gar-
lands.

Lamp standards in the square
are to be garlanded. There will
be three rose arbours in tha
gardens,

And the famous square is .o
be “lit up.”

The pavilion is going to be
repaimted, a notice telling the
history of buildings in the square
will be placed inside. Large
crowns of roses will be sus-
pended in the roadways leading
to the square.

The cost will be £2,400.

In Mayfair's other famous
square Grosvenor-square, plans
are under way to drape the first
floor frontages of all buildings
with blue and gold _ tapestries.
Large boxes of red flowers will
be placed on the balconies.

Rising up from he balconies,
it is proposed will twin green
columns surmounted by emblems
in red. The cost? About £5,000.
—L.E.S,














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FAKES HOME A
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IBUCKFAST

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ADE BY THE MONKS OF BUCKFAST ABBEY

Hf you fee} worn out, depressed, or
generally run down a glass or two
a day of Buckfast Toni- Yvine will
quickly restore fost energy and
tone up the whole nervous system.
Giving new vitality it fortifies you
against fever and exhaustion and
remember, Buckfast Tonic Wine
Is especially valuable
after illness.

Aer Be

BOTTLE TODAY





( anada Dry
“Competition

Prize Winners of the Canad:
Dry C mas Spelling Competi
tion turne \ at the Canada D1
Fottling plant, Mason Hall Sireet
yecterday morning for their prizes

was construct ns





s possible out of

i B Canada Dry’

t treet ade 313° word
First I Ww » turkey
1 Christmas Puddins

Pri a ham was won by
Brewster of Harmony
1 iry Road, and be-
ides these ‘ther e were 20 Consola-
Prizes of one Case of Canad

l Beverages each
Mr. Gregoire iid yesterday that
ed to do this type of quiz at
When he iw that the com-
tition was open, he thought he
a fair chance at winning.
Fight hundrec nd sixty-nine peo-
n entries for the competi-
hich closed on Saturday.
fter the closing date, several
hufidred entries arrived too late.



Bor Mr. Newman of Evelyn
Roach & Co., a representative of
Canada Dry, who thought — the

ea ¢ the competition was

fur Many people se said



: . o A t is |
day received a turkey from Mi. W. A. Newman, Director of Canada me in. the v eo iB car ee aad
Dry beverages. A Ham and a plum pudding also comprised the first , ’

prize. Also in the picture is Mr. F. E. Goddard, a Director of Can

ada Dry. . ,
Same Word
One man wrote the word “Bay”
rr rae & several times and quoted from an

encyclopedia to prove that in one

Child 9 E hibi e instance it meant reddish brown
1 ren ~ xX 1 ition eat ct the een mt sack deel

ing than a gulf besides other

meanir ne that all of his an-
swers were right. The Competi-
e useum oo tion, \ ooraven: only allowed for

one spelling of a word and did



not go into alternative meanings

THE EXHIBITION of Schoolchildren’s Art and Handi- ““ache continued to correct hun-
crafts at the Museum continues until 5th. January. In the qreds and hundreds of entries, Mr
Art section it is surprising to see what progress has been Newman said, that the quia "Jost
made in this branch of teaching in recent years. The ex s amusing side and became hard
hibiti almost iformly good: and the work can be ork. He had to look out for re-
libition is almost uniformly good; and the K Ce sliiine ane there, wate ott
compared with that produced in countries where greater gman)
art facilities exist in the training of teachers and visits to
Art. Galleries He said that many people left

ae : out the word “a” and added that
the average amount of words peo-

1 i fron e rules Some
would include words which con
CLAUDE GREGOIRE who won the Canada Dry competition yester tained tv b's &

Much of the credit for this im- Children’s Exhibition has already ple were able to get were ofily
provement must go to Mr. John appeared in the The Advocate. 1 . ’
Harrison, who was for some years Three pieces of work, however, toad of making words out oF

7. : Officer _ serve some spec . wau 'V =a .
Art and Exhil¥tions Officer of the deserve ‘or pecial mention, a thes. ‘dived, sotia “wre \s

3ritish Council, Mr. Harrison did beach scene by Audrey Barnes, ging of words beginning with
yeoman service throughout the age 15%, Girls’ Foundation School, .. 4. ‘letter of the words wiven
British Colonies of the Caribbean which is extremely well composed, Mr. Newman said that there is
to stimulate an interest in art “Picking coconuts” by Carnetta othe, competition for children
among both adults and children, Harvey, age 11, St Matthew's vas closed at the same ‘time as
but it was especially among child- Girls’ School i gay and attrac- 4, competition, but the answers
ren that the response was quick- tive picture; and, a painting of a have not yet been corrected
est. Some of Mr. Harrison's litter of pigs by Juno Sealy, age ,
enthusiasm was transmitted to 11, St. Matthew's Girls’ School. ;
teachers of art who in their turn These are three of many which
have passed this on to their pupils, could be selected from among the CARDINAL SPELLMAN
The abolition of the post of Art the non-prize winners, and the .

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will continue to be a matter of SEOUL, Dec, 23
regret and disappointment, for it Taking the exhibition as Cardinal Francis Spellman,
was the most useful and produc- Whole, colour, composition and Archbishop of New York will
tive function vouchsafed by the figure work have had attention arrive in Korea to-day to visit
British Council in this area, paid to their respective functions. every U.S, fighting division, The
Designs are of a high standard. Cardinal, who i spending his sec-
The teaching of art in schools is Potato cuts are recommended for ond Christma season in Korea
not a production line for artists. a wider use in schools for fre¢ ill celebrate midnight Mass at
Its purpose is to stimulate the designs, which in some cases a he First Ce Chapel for forces
child’s imagination, to instil a love too tight and old-fashioned in °f U.S Canada, Austra- Ay
of colour, harmony, design and an appearance, Few children app = on land.
appreciation of art, so that when to be interested in Flower |
school days are over the adult ing, and it is surprising that_mor«
will be able to enjoy a fuller life, use is not made in schools of the and book-binding. It was, how-
The teaching of art also trains flowering trees, shrubs and plants Pver, heartening to see that local
children to use their eyes and to with brightly coloured foliage so motifs are at last being employed
be more observant of the world freely available. Abstract colo n embroidery instead of daisies,
around them. Barbadian school- compositions are also unfamiliar lupins and other flowers unknown
children are notoriously un- for there is only one to be seen 'o this clime The use of local
observant, Only a very few in the. exhibition, and this is a "owe! plants and marine life
know even the names of the most valuable method of teaching *Pould be encouraged rather than
common trees, plants or birds colour harmony. the stiff and overworked designs
around: them, and their lack of of the past half-century,
curiosity is astonishing, The craft side of the exhibition The exhibition is well worth a
: is poorly represented with the visit, and will be held annually
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ccompanied by Cat AND PLUM PUDDING leh, 4.45 | Son % in Powder :
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“He: ,dquarte rs, Reed Stre jib; Candied peel 4 lb; Sultana % ' wine or Marsala; | liqueur glass; ~ - 1% Cream, Green, Blue, White, Sunshine & Buff
this morning at 9 o'clock. io, Egg yolks 3; Eggs 4; Me tea~ | of rum. bh ot Easy to nse — simply mix with water
Barbadians On Holiday poontul bakiig powder: Wh.te of Fr as bas, PTE OR g
""YHREE Barbadiaz eturnir eggs | Take a small saucepan and put |, Pound Up ogramme Parade, | %
I home trom Canad terd one 85 yak ot tS at sua endl A “be cr, Le FLAT iL PAINT g
me tro anada yesterday le > . ms xi . ‘ entity ¢ a News Fro raitai
ifterhoon by T.C.A. to spend } Work the butter in a m.xiM)| sponding quantity ef sugar ana OS yh enAlIng tre weed MATINTO %
nolidad wills their tlatives |bowl with a woden spoon. Add | wine or Marsala. A@d@ the liqueur | ;'45 — 10.40 p.m. douM a %
Mr “H rold Gibb ain M zs | slowly the sugar, the eggs, the e@f | plass of rum at the @nd. Put the |-—-—— ++ In Ofeam, White, Green %
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L. Gibbs of Worthing and th yolks, the Bour, the sullana he isaucepan.jn a bigtts. Uiner Care's, 7.86 ph. The Frit For GALV. IRON or SHINGLE ROOPS .. . %
late Mr. Gibbs. Mr Ml OT | candied peel and finally the pinch] which contains hot water. ‘ut p.in Some Thoughts on | x
ate ° I ri rds, | G Tort jof salt and the baking powder. | everything on the fire beafing the | Part.¢¢,) 8.15 p.m. Radio| * 1 S
- o ‘a aoe es L. L. To; Then add the whites of eggs which |»abaione with a whip. The egg'? 8.30 p.m The Happiest pers USE RED HAND %
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ville ar a Mr o = ht h | you have beaten until stiff. Butter | will first become frothy and. then a ee an a oae 7 is b mA ' %
ae afin x _ 1 G {the pan ~ bake in the a = will be soft and smooth. When | Christmas Talk, 10.30 p.m. Carols ain %
nen > S : Pt lan hour. You can test the cake. |coft and smooth take off the fire! %
eet" Country ae lie you press you finger on the ind serve hot [eS in 5 gallon and 1 gallon tins. ¥
i cate ; op and it makes a noise as i ‘ iF tlle a
i tari ‘terinary ollege : ,HONE : 4456, 4267
Guelgh ran i ad - em : ns frying it is not ready as there is OPENING 8.30 p.m. SHON hichteabl
; en on a still humidity in it. ! | ee .
in Forestry at Torofito Universit Y :
s ou can steep the sultana and TOMCRROW W k & H y Ltd
hile Michae ( lvir ir rn & >
porn ig aatatin se - ; 3. sae the candied peel in a bit of rum ! inson a nes 0., ie
Hamiltoh. This iy his frst Vis before adding to the mixture Note :<=We shall be CLOSED on Saturday, 27th December. 3
back home in-about « year PLUM PUDDING CLEAR VPP LLLP LLLP PLP PPE EE,
Intransit : : OFFER
NTRANSIT from Martiniqu HERE is Dr. Olain Louis Bonibord who arrived in Barbados yester- Frésh beef suet 1% 1b; Bread | eanecegeneaemennganennnnnennmnnnnemnnennner tn
by B.W.1.A. for Trinidad t day on a rnbber dinghy. This picture was taken at Las Palmas just | the inside of a butter loaf) 1%; } &
spend a holids as i vefore he attempted the Atlanti Flour 1 lb; Apples % 1b; Raisins ‘ . \ 4 %
ace aamea tg thelr My Mr Staniland Hs a perenne: Ae sett is and currants t ib; Chaves; Ground All rings, Compacts, iden- | oas a
John : Retir P Cinnamon; Barbados Sugar 1 Ib; i B ] Ci tte |
Mor politi ahaainn ired . tit racelets, Cigare
Mr, Mangee is Partner of Pli Floral Acade my Al E Manufacturer Spices | tedspoontul, Eges 3; Rum . . &
eotiteaux. ahd Co. Steamshii The Museni M eae W. K. ROSEN~| or Cognac glass; a lime; Cases etc., bought from .
Agents of Forte-de-France His NOVE ‘ u from Oakland, Cali-} Half i
ah f NOVEL ¢ sres axhi- b alf an cranipe. us will be
= . a daughter of Mr. and A he ol on yeh Pag oem are my in Barbados for| Put in a big mixing bow! tHe | i
d j Artec! © Staged ¢ B ae reeks’ ‘ .
Spain ee Vuseum on Friday, 9th Saturday Hved on Frid aga ae pd pag de ge aged map eyes ENGR AVED ‘
Te i 7 Oth and Sunday llth January, Trini tad pe OP OW aa. via {and minced) the raisins and the | \ | .
ouring The Islands OnB: th Wan fee * hag ped ee — = were sccompenie@ | currants, the candied peel, the | l a
AK : > ie os — « ‘ ) r we son Z var.
oe ——s _o throug! Academy. Floral arrangements by Richard, : (ee ope ee” 1 = ep eee &
David "es co ae oe Mrs. different exhibitors will fill two Mr. Rosenberry is _ retired S Coan the juice ee halt a aime | FREE | &
é a s é S| son . cam as i er ) é - rp
Ricard from Caracas, Venezuela, 2, t2e, Musoum's galerie, Floral manufacturer. his i his rst vil |and “all an range, You mus &
They arrived here three days ago “ a 7. *. O a r
and left on F py ange Bey be DS cessful in the United States and in Al Ch ee ee the raisins nth LIMA afLLY “CONNOR (
ene ay afternoon b head ny anges the currants and the candied peel e le §
B.W.1.A. for Grenada. London, but this is the first to be R. C. Gol in rum at least fot an hour before | S &
Mr. Jackson who was in Caracas held in this island. Visitors to the h LD of Poughke psie, rt at te 7 . a Debbie REYNOL § :
as in Caraca ee ; ¥ New York wh mixing, Take a pudding cloth, but- | 1 : Bd 4 &
for the past 16 months as Ameri exhibition on the first day, Friday , ‘ate } ; © is in the real ter it and flour it and pour the | & co. LTD. | Jean Haney <1” + Mitrhall m.
can Commercial Attaché was 9th January will judge the exhibits Mona, w ty Be griived here on| mixture in the centre Close the | |Z p &
formerly Latin American Sales by voting for the three prize- J yeig satan - W.1.A. from St, 1 th, tie a strin around it and | F Due to limited space, &
Manager for an American Drug winners There will be also a } ” re he spent a week. He|CiOM}, te a s B 7 20 Broad St.
Company in the U.S.A plant stall. ‘The proceeds bf the p2s,come over to see what ehanges | Sive it the shape of a ball. Put the | you are invited to make &
here caturntin te Claseeed: Mr, cactoethen “Mit be evant 2M vas 2 — on the island|pudding in the cloth in eel and at Marine Gardens : %
; ve his last v i [we vent ve :
Jackson and family will revisit Museut’s Collections Fund, the ago, ast visit about five vears| Water and keep the water boiling : vati eenngy et aX
Barbados for about four days and object of which is to purchase " Vir Gol who feft the U.S A mel at ey = cong aes eservations as § 4
wul also make stops at Trinidad, slaietlinn ‘ r ee ; ¥ vho le e 5 en out o' e water, pour some i Siar
Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Lucia specimens relating to the history ¢hree weeks ago, plats to spend|luke-watm cognac or rum on it Dp aA i T HE A T R & ossible. iss
k 1 of the island, including furniture, three th &
St. Kitts and Antigua hina silver ‘glass ete. , Fr mn ‘Bart id - —" inne eniee ene Bee. i ae immediately. | &
th 43.” ; rom Barbados he will be going| It is nite to serve some zabaione 7
Visiting Her Mother on to Grenada after whiclp he will|a) rum with it. EMPIRE | OLYMPIC jae peOmT, 9.18 “ROYAL
RS. META YEARWOOD, ke stops at some of the other | Spend oo To-Day 4.45 & 815) Republic Whole eR "posi
mother of Mr. Gordon Year- ee eal +> e guest at the o ae & t p.m Serial
vood of I Mile Hi a cean View hotel. Double Rex AL
Mee Brooklyn, OSA, oh Monday Estate Owner x TBR" vo SEA HORNET HARBOR, Mighell 5 =
vening Puerto Rico by Me. AND MRS. LEONARD; ; ——— ah 7
.W.LA. after an absence of forty KENT of Grenada, returned Friday 445 & 8.30 ab: Mid-Nite Tonight UTHA WASDY adh : a" 3 &
ear home on Monday after spending Se 8 ROCK ISLAND |Povle ey ar A ‘ &
She has come over to see her five da¥s as gué@st at the Wind- junit esents TRAIL = in AnZoNA “| ¢ aX
othe JOU of Sor Hotel ; a SADDLE PALS } tee
mother, Mr Louj Bourne f M K ' Bing ¢ -ROSBY - u 4 MANHUNT
Vatt Village. St. George ind Mr. Kent who was here about | Faia LA. M d-Nite Tonight " ore . &
‘ . , ts in », four years ago, is proprietor of Whole Seria OUTCABT OF TH Tie MUSIC — by Panama and
other relatives and taying wi A Bo, propri I | TRAILS James BELLE.
i ae Plains, Mt. Pich and Simond een r With Roy BA his Trio 4
her sis ter, ee ee = A eit " states ‘in St Patrick’s, Grenada. | ue CRAIBTHLAS ‘to ® Rie e JUST FOR YOu Oats Monte Hale — ; -s <
, Vy oof - 4 pening "Pomorrow ee at 8.9
“PM. 0., St. Peter Christmas Holidays |. FOR WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1952 eed ra a8 in bm Fridy at 4.90 CHEZ JEAN ees PIERRE &
: ; ¢ . wok in pctio \ ch y ; ’ eMorrow ~ohti r
ETURNING from St. Vincen RRIVING on Sunday night | Seay, cores “und Png what Pourd ric Meetns y Apenme Tomorror 1 chptinuing, | Belgas | KR
yesterday morning by B.G B.W.1.A. from Trinidad w took is, according to the stars and latest News ree) anuine to Sunday real, Double 2
Airwa was Dr. F. G. Reader, M Cecil Crawford, Assistant | a ARCH 21 to APRIL 0 (Aries)— nae aaa) 4.30 & #15 wn HEMLIN Robert Mi | Bemorninninennnisrovncrrenninnnnia
) 3 > who < ndid vibrations for most Worthy MT Yvonne DeCARLO, Jahe
P.M O., St. Peter, who went over Master at the Bishop’s High School ivities this holy time of the year W-terte: Specsat Republic Whole in An |
for a short Sho t Visit in Tobago. He has come over for Bo Aot go to extremes hor indulge tatce By Serial rove an, shih 0° |
Shor si the Christmas holidays whiéh he |'nsavory pleasures. Pray, = strve for P. ‘ao }
: ’ 0: nace @ tortunate " Me Public RADAR MEN ana
RS, C. N. TAYLOR of is spending with relatives at Peg-!“Xpmih. t we alt We Uhsarkeye Your Whole Burial [PROM THE MOON (SALLY AND \PARRAN AND =
Springville,” Strathclyde, well, Christ Church. Venus and other planets favourably UNDERSEA With ae Ae aoe TINE Ag OLD YE R
“f Me , 5 Ve ; ituated re d this should be a time a}
Bee a asec left for Frinidad by B.W 1A. woe arene ~ — Ago eae Seni ‘tx noun Dieibinkk ul KINGDOM Clayton Moore kth BLYTH \Johpny W sulle A
» W. CEBLES bver 1G WEEKS oe MR spending a holiday in| ot the goodness of heart We should give ao oy Barero! mun’
visit. ‘ Guade . » -@ generously to the poor . , : 7 vr -
75 Today Also leaving by the same air- aaa ae, a find wie MAY #1 to JUNE M1 (Geminty—you, . i
. ~ f re . Ce arr) . 0, ve or y 1ing
ONGRATULATIONS and _ best Ra EOr eee aes aoe City, arrived here on Monday] Are you thinking of dent ones, of those ES i Ivi i IES
wishes to Major H,. Ww. Senne Sy Wael eee. MELerOOn bY. 2 W.1.A. ahd are] i the armed services? Have you done |
Peebles, C.M.G,, D.S.0,, O.B.E. Crossley and Master Edward Hut~ puncts at the Marine Hotel. re ae TAAeD Te GLOBE i
of Bayley’s, St Philip who *°° To Ci de Mr. Smith who was last in Bar} june @ te JULY 2% (Cancer) aF we AT
celebrates his seventy-fifth birth- Back To Canada bados fifteen years ago, is Presi-|friendiy influences for last-minute | TODAY 4.30 & 8.30 P.M. — LAST SHOWS
day today. M* and MRS. Tony Foster dent of Engineering mene eat ted oneerted net togethers children
Soldier, statesman and former who were holidaying here in BOs builders of mechanica We all yet e ‘ 1 "os a is re fet ie : »
Maier Poet ih hi iy we Barbados for two weeks, returned machinery in New York ance of this blesied season e : PINKY and NO WAY our e Bar a os Aquatic C u
Major eebles lost his only s0m gg Canada yesterday evening by Ci i Recit i JULY & te AUGUST 2% (Leo)—In
on D Day, 1945. He had fought oa ' ; are cula last-minute preparations be sure to nbiusintiiaies ee
his way out at Dunquerque, but ony is a son of Major A. R FPRHERE will be a Carol atid | include prayers for those far from home “TONmGut XMAS (Local & Visiting Members Only)
’ o > € aves . = ahd its comforts Seek to aid the lonely, E
= e Ye ane ae. eat Foster, Superintendent of Glen- Sa Sneek . ." a + cpl, ane o'd cols, ag ve MIDNITE |
returned to deliver Europe from |... ohA _ , Baptist Church a p.m. 0 ST 2% to SEPTEMBER 28 (Virgo)
dairy Prison and Mrs. Foster. He the Bap “
Nazi oppresrion, Wi as F en 1 December 28. 4 be amenable day for activities Local TALES -
hia teal i _ works in the Accounts Depart- Sunday, ce tite sertinent to this season, Pray | qv on PARADE .
ihe, Males quneet, though De ment of Messrs George W. Crothers rae hn anes ye pa ore stant Bavous forall mankind DINNERS will be served between 7 and 9 p.m.
: ae : ; rife is > the Recital wi ae ess ‘land for world péace . -
8 srests and continues to Ltd. in Toronto. His wife is the in nd for , : . » 3ls
fold. id emcees ak dear as daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ee J. E. Gulston and Mics ae Tevet bag art toa CTOREE $8 The film — FLEMISH FAR ee 7
ray * Kinch of the Garrison. A. Toppin, indicatiena M@milag now. Pion't spoil e $3.50
ever.
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Y ... By Beachco be seeetineen be 'h thAvitg any for and Cartons of HEINEKEN BEER
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NCE more the approach of in the ears of Mrs, Wretch rings Conversation at Narkover ne Le opted chahges re bh e to First O06 Pertatis Doe Cold Coca Cola and MEMBERS are asked kindly to make their reserva
Christmas is time of her husband's appeal to her degisjons In fy it, Sofining emanelly. -B.C. Orange Drinks tions as early as possible. Dial 4461
8 : * SOVEMBE ” ow . oe a ‘
anxiety at Wreach Manor. Noth- when The Three Bocardos hung : i _]} (Sagittarivs)—Carelessness in spending
ing will ever convince the simple. by their teeth from the chande- = te § ta ae ‘Gvised against: true charfty® is urged TALENT CONTESTANTS DANCING f $ i oS 2N
minded Wugwell that, deep in lier in the Hall: “My love, try Allick surprised a sixt Pee ind is much needed now both * ame MALCOM MURRAY . NG from 9 p.m, Musie by Mr. C. CURWEN
her heart Mrs. Wret is not to forget that you were ever la watchmen witha. te" ton met | oe —_ BRUCE MANN a! - “There’ i Be Nc oy me, and his Orchestra
leu 4ey alse hey ic ‘ie Zaboula,” 2 FOCEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Onpri+ AF e No Tomorrow r .
longing to abandon her political Belle Za am. amazed,” said the headmas-| 2 CARL BEST singing .... ‘
eae . é & orn)—-Mild, pleasant influence. Don't ‘ ...... “Kiss of Fire”
entivities, and pes tem por- irt tor, “that a great overgrown lout neglect little Getails at Rome that eda aT oe BROS. singing “Red River Valley” Spot Waltz, Statue Dance, and Ballon Dance, for
arily at least, to the circus, scene like ste ti with]to domestic harmony and prepare for singing . ' + . p,
of : her early triumphs; to xo ah s freee oh eas ‘Such gute bs Christmas with oo as well as RASIL CM LEND Aw singing . oy oN eee tr foe, ae be giv en; also DOOR PRIZE to
through the hoop once more J nae a a pélisetion boX for little milksops,” The boy|'VRRVARy we te FEBRUARY 20 Tite Ae singing “Good Luck, Good Health” e holder of the Lucky Ticket.
while standing on a horse's back, as been placed in front of a hung his head. “I had a real cosh, | .Aquartvs)—Your Uranus to-day stresses singing . “l Wish ‘ ” “ 3
or to balance a bottle of port on Piece of sculpture in the Tate a beauty, sir,” he said, “but if smoothness | of action and. Brought: PIT 1 T Had a Record ATTRACTIVE BALLROM DECORATIONS.
; y ; , 1¢8 | 7 » an 1e ap-
hh ape’s nose, crying “Hup!" the Gallery, so that those who like was stolen by my housemaster a oo ae ane fét Urgent DUsIh¥en, an WG
while. it may show their approval in a “Confiscated, you mean,” said the ae aA = a ee 5 HOUSE 36 BAL. 48 e
practical manner. A ptactical headmaster “Confiscated, then,| PRBRUARY % to MARCH 20 (Pisces) - weet
The Colonel recalls with dread wanner of showing disapproval fit, for a job he had in hand.” | —Nepine wisely advises moderation 1 Hemember It's Sdidai « oni ¢ Admission to Ballroom 3. -
o : ? i confidential matters. Day on whole i¥
the dey when he returned oun of the work would be to take i thought cane See vo Heournging, benefit (or Vvour interests,
to find Anselmo the orld something out of the box iys, his main job,” muttered the hea *| rou BORN TO-DAY are sturdy,
Goliath tearing intwo, with his one’s fare to the Gall pete the master sarcastically. “So it is,”’}] dependable in character, may ¥e dudaes
hands of iron telephone price of lunch. How much a eet “but he has to have colemn t6o verlous fou eniey wholes
directory obtained through in- are the various galleries pre- a sides, si, like everyone) .6me fuh and possess great affection JE WD e
fluence after six years’ corre- pared to pay me to look at one vend eas a ome an Bee ie a oe AR ery Merry Christmas ceceeece
spondence. Every stranger in of those bits of wire and wood gir + “What an odd occupation:"| ° roperly, and pray dally for. Fideaint
the district is suspected of being which are “ushering in the Mwy aad Z - Birthdate of: Ignatius Loyola, saint Pe
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24, 1952



BARBADOS ADVOCATIi



DECLINE IN W. EUROPEAN PRODUCTION |

W. German. France
Only Exceptions

(From ERNEST ASHWICK)

GENEVA.

A continued decline in Western Europe’s economic

activity in the second quar

ter of this year is the gloomy

picture painted by the United Nation Economic Commis-

sion for Europe.

In the Commission’s
bulletin for Europe, just released,
the Commission states that there
was an all round decrease in in-
dustrial production in Western
Europe. Western Germany and
France are the only exceptions
Britain’s industrial production wa

economic

five per cent lower than in the
corresponding period last year

In a special analysis of Bri-
tain’s improved gold and dolla:

position the bulletin points out
that, besides reduction in import
the renewal of United States
Government economic aid
talling 200,000,000 dollare (about
£71,000,000) in the second quarter
this year contributed to this
better position

The bulletin points cut that
Britain’s exports “have helped
little towards easing payment:
relations with non-steiling coun-
tries.” Britain’s sales to the ster-
ling area fell sharply in the
second quarter and this will
“strongly affect Britain's global
payments’ accounts for the second
nalf of the year. Reduced sales
to the sterling area, though painful
to individual producers and expor-
ters, may provide greater incen-
tive to export to other areas in the
hard currency regions. Curren!
developments in these markets
however do not seem to provide a
promising opening for this shift in
Britain’s exports’ states the
bulletin.

In a comparison between Bri-
tain and Western Germany, thx
economic cor mission points ou
that the imports reductions of t!«
overseas sterling area this year h.
Britain much harder than they dic



Germany. By August, Britain’s
sales to the sterling area had fal!-
en 32 per cent below the first
quarter rate, while those of G@r-
many were only 17 per cent
lower. German exports elsewhere
rose steadily while British ex-
ports decreased.

Says the Commission “It wa

fully apparent in the earlier post
war years when German exports
were low that their ultimate re-
covery would confront other
European exporters with serious
difficulties unless world trade ex-
panded.”

One reason for German success
over British exports, according to
the economic commission, is that
producer goods the type. of
goods most demanded by foreign
importers and which were not
affected by the recent import
cuts — occupy a much higher share
in Germany’s export trade than
that of Britain.

Many consumer goods in British
exports have to be sold in condi-
tions of slack consumer demand
in areas where incomes have been
affected by falling commodity
prices. British textiles must face
increasing competition in overseas
markets as Japan’s production re-
covers, the commission adds.

In many instances German de-
livery dates and credit terms are
more attractive than those of
Britain, Germany has no military
priorities to take precedence over
export orders, German exports
are favoured by comparison with
those of Britain, both by subsidies
in the form of tax concessions
and by more attractive credit
terms to foreign buyers. And Ger-
man exporters are “encouraged”
with bonuses resulting from dol-
lar retention quotas.

Air Bookings
‘On Record’
Centre! Control Board

Will Show 32,000

An “indicator,” 22ft. by 16ft.,
capable of recording the book-
ings for 32,000 flights in a month.

is soon to be installed by Brit-
ish European Airways.

Sixty keyboards in London —
and, later, throughout the coun-
try — will be in touch with a
central control board. As a
booking is made it will be
flashed to the board.

When a flight is full agents
will be notified and overbook-
ing avoided,

The control board is not a
“magic mind.” It will be, in part,
hand-operated. Half a million

will connect the stations
reservation headquarters.

The cost of the machine is
about £20,000. A similar one in
the United States, at ten times
the cost, Worked on a “totalisa-
tor” principle, whereby the total
bookings were flashed electri-
cally on to a board from stations
throughout the country. But it
was found impractical.

Interest is being shown
new British machine by
ican airlines.

wires
with

in the
Amer-

—L.E.S.



Nightingales
Will Sing In
Berkeley-Square

LONDON,
around Berkeley-
next June, sure
will hear nightin-

If you are
square about
enough you
gales singing there.

But, as a nightingale cannot
be caged, Berkeley-square 1s g80-
ing to make do with life-size,
life-like nightingales made by
experts.

The idea belongs to the May-

fair Associatiop. An _ official
said: —

“We feel that many tourists
who come to London for the
Coronation will make a bee-line

for Berkeley-square and look for
the nightingale that sang there.

_ “So they won't be disap-
pointed if they check up.”
The nightingales will nestle

among pink and white rose gar-

lands.

Lamp standards in the square
are to be garlanded. There will
be three rose arbours in tho
gardens,

And the famous square is wo
be “lit up.”

The pavilion is going to be
repaimted, a notice telling the

history of buildings in the square

will be placed inside. Large
crowns of roses will be sus-
pended in the roadways leading

to the square.

The cost will be £2,400.

In Mayfair's other famous
square Grosvenor-square, plans
are under way to drape the first

floor frontages of all buildings
with blue and gold _ tapestries.
Large boxes of red flowers will

be placed on the balconies.
Rising up from the balconies,
it is proposed will be twin green
columns surmounted by emblems
in red. The cost? About £5,000.
—L.E.S.



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CLAUDE GREGOIRE who won the Canada Dry competition yester

day received a turkey from Mv. W
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prize.
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Children’s

. A. Newman, Director of Canada

A Ham and a plum pudding also comprised the first
Also in the picture is Mr. F. E. Goddard, a Director of Can

Exhibition

At The Museum Good

THE EXHIBITION of Schoolchildren’s Art and Handi-

crafts at the Museum continues until 5th. January.

In the

Art section it is surprising to see what progress has bee!

made in this branch of teaching in recent years
hibition is almost uniformly good; and the work

The ex

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Gregoire said yesterday that
i to do this type of quiz at
When he ¥ that the com-
ti vas open, he thought he
fair chance at winning
' t hundred and sixty-nine peo-
ntries for the competi-
hich closed on Saturday
er the closing date, several
huficired entries arrived too late.
Hor M Newman of Evelyn
Roach & Co., a representative of
Canada Dry, who thought up the
ca the competition, it was
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compared with that produced iv countries where greater gman

art facilities exist in the tra
Art Galleries.

ining of teachers and visits to

Much of the credit for this im- Children’s Exhibition has already
provement must go to Mr, John appeared in the The Advocate.
Harrison, who was for some years Three pieces of work, howevet
Art and Exhibitions Officer of the deserve some special mention, a
British Council, Mr, Harrison did beach scene by Audrey Barnes,
yeoman service throughout the age 15%, Girls’ Foundation School,

British Colonies of the Caribbean
to stimulate an interest in art
among both adults and children,
but it was especially among child-
ren that the response was quick-
est. Some of Mr. Harrison’s
enthusiasm was transmitted to
teachers of art who in their turn
have passed this on to their pupils
The abolition of the post of Art
and Exhibitions Officey by the
British Council in the Caribbean
will continue to be a matter of
regret and disappointment, for it
was the most useful and produc-
tive function vouchsafed by the
British Council in this area,

The teaching of art in schools is
not a production line for artists
Its purpose is to stimulate the
child’s imagination, to instil a love
of colour, harmony, design and an
appreciation of art, so that when
school days are over the adult
will be able to enjoy a fuller life.
The teaching of art also trains
children to use their eyes and ‘to
be more observant of the world
around them. Barbadian school-
children are notoriously un-
observant, Only a very few
know even the names of the
common trees, plants or birds
around: them, and their lack of
curiosity is astonishing,

The list of prize-winners at the

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“Picking coconuts’ by Carnetta
Ha y, 11, St Matthew's
Girls’ School—a and attrac-
tive picture; and, a painting of
litter of pigs by Juno Sealy, age
ll, St, Matthew's Girls’ School
These three of many which
could be selected from among the
the non-prize winners, and the
task of judging could not have
been easy



age

are

Taking the
whole, colour, composition
figure work have had attention
paid to their respective function
Designs are of a high standard
Potato cuts recommended fo
a wider schools for free
designs,
too tight

exhibition a
and

are
In
in

use
which i
and old-fashioned i:
appearance, Few children
interested in Flower }
ing, and it is surprising that_ more
use is not made in schools of the
flowering trees, shrubs and plant
with brightly coloured foliage
freely available, Abstract colou
compositions are also unfamiliar
for there is only one to be seer
in the-eexhibition, and this is
most valuable method of teaching
colour harmony,

some cast
app

to be

The craft side of the exhibition
is poorly represented with the
exception of needlework, knitting



May happiness and good
health be yours at Christ-

mastime







ing than a gulf besides other
meanings, and that all of his an-
swers were right The Competi-
tion, however, only allowed for
one spelling of word and did
not go into lternative meanings
As he ¢ ued to correct hun-
ireds hundreds of entric Mr
lan sak that the quiz lost
nusing side i became hard
ork. He had to look out for re-
petitions ind there were often
He said that many people left
out the word “a” and added that
t iverage amount of words peo-
vere able to get were only
tead of making words out of
three given, some wrote a
of words beginning with
er of the words given

Vr. Newma said, that there is
another competition for children
It closed at the same ‘time as
t) competition, but the answers

! et been corrected

CARDINAL SPELLMAN
GOES TO KOREA

SEOUL, Dec. 23

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Cardinal Francis Spellman,
Archbishop of New York will
arrive in Korea to-day to visit
every U.S. fighting division. The
Cardinal, who is spending his sece-
ond Christma eason in Korea

ll celebrate midnight Mass at
he Chapel for forces
f tl Canada, Austra-
lia a Zealand,
nd book-binding It was, how-
pver, heartening to see that local
motifs are at last being employed
in embroidery instead of daisies,
lupins and other flowers unknown
to this clime The use of local
flower plants and marine life
hould be encouraged rather than
the stiff and overworked designs
of the past half-century,

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144., Broaé@ ..., sridgetown

Wednesday, December. 24, 1952

Commonwealth Head

EVEN should the peoples of the
British Caribbean decide in favour of a
political federation, there is now little
chance of the federation being described
as “British” or as being of Dominion
status.

One of the announcements which were
made after the meeting of Commonwealth
Prime Ministers in London this month con-
cerned changes in the form of the royal
title. The Queen is no longer to be Queen
of the Dominions and the adjective Britisn
is to disappear.

The expression ‘‘Head of the Common-
wealth” is now to be the inclusive descrip-
tion of the Queen’s constitutional position
with regard to all member states of the
Commonwealth. This description of the
Queen was first used at the Common-
wealth Prime Ministers Conference in
London in 1949 when the government of
India announced its intention of becoming
a sovereign independent republic. Although
rejecting allegiance to the Crown the gov-
ernment of India anndunced in 1949 its
acceptance of the “King as the symbol! of
the free association of its independent
member nations and as such the Head of
the Commonwealth”.

The Queen is according to existing law
“Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of
God, of Great Britain, Ireland and the
British Dominions beyond the Seas’
Queen, Defender of the Faith.”

At the ceremony of the "Proc!amation
there was a change in the royal style and
Her Majesty was proclaimed to be “Eliza-
beth the Second, by the Grace of God,
Queen of this Realm and of all her other
Realms and Territories, Head of the Com-
monwealth, Defender of the Faith.”

This style is now to be changed for tne
United Kingdom by the substitution of
“the United Mingdom of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland” for ‘‘this realm”.

Canada, Australia and New Zealand
have agreed to similar changes of the royal
style naming the Queen as Queen of their
respective countries and of the United
Kingdom and her other Realms and Terri-
tories.

South Africa proposes a form which will
change the Queen’s title in South Africa
to “Queen of South Africa and of her other
Realms and Territories, Head of the Com-
monwealth”. Ceylon has proposed a similar
style using Ceylon instead of “South
Africa’. Pakistan Jike South Africa and
Ceylon drop the description “Defender of
the Faith” and the Queen is not specifically
described as Queen of Pakistan but only
of the United Kingdom and her other
Realms and Territories. Not owing allegi-
ance to the Crown the Republic of India
has no title for the Queen as Sovereign
but acknowledges her as Head of the Com-
monwealth. The new changes in the royal
title are expected to be accepted by Com-
monwealth Parliaments in time for the
Queen’s Coronation next June. It seems
therefore likely that the provisions made
in the Statute of Westminster that no
change can be made in the royal style and
title without the agreement of all the
Commonwealth Parliaments will be ob-
served, When the changes have been made
legal sanction will have been given to a
process of change which began to develop
soon after the Statute of Westminster in
1981.

The Commonwealth of Nations which
used to be known as the British Empire
and then the British Commonwealth of
Nations is now only to be held together
by the common descriptive title of the
Queen as Head of the Commonwealth. The
word British which accurately described
the former Dominions of Canada, the Com-
monwealth of Australia, New Zealand and
the Union of South Africa was already
doomed when Pakistan, Ceylon and India
became independent members of the Com-
monwealth, The single Crown which used
to be considered as the one remaining ef-
fective bond of Empire tends now to be con-
sidered as a series of several Crowns and in
India there is no Crown. The suggestion that
there should be a Crown of the Common-
wealth representing the head of the family
outside politics is attractive but how can
there be a Crown of the Commonwealth
when India owes no allegiance to the
Crown? The former British Empire has
not been liquidated: but it continues to
change its form and title in an effort to
retain for as long as it can some common
connecting thread. For an appreciable
period of time the idea of the Crown and
the status of Dominions enabled a strong
thread to be used. Today the idea of ‘head-
ship’ as the last common link is a much less
etfective bond but the fact that the major-
ity of member states of the Commonwealth
of Nations once described accurately as
“British” still retains a “crowned head”
as distinct from “Head” is a hopeful sign
that the thread though made of slender
texture will survive many a strain. Should
the territories of the Caribbean which are
now dependent on the United Kingdom be-
come self-governing they can be expected
to join the number of owe
allegiance to the Crown.

those who



BARBADOS



ADVOCATE





———

U.K. Will Caud Awans /OURISTS LIKETO BATHE
Spending

LONDON.

Churchill's
cost of arms production
be limited to £600

Mr,
that the
next year will
million is welcome
the hole country.
it is

For Britain

the Western
struggle against Communism,

Furthermore, Mr. Churchill
the last man to ignore justified
claims for defence; the readjust-
ment in the arms programme
calls for the production of more
efficient and advanced types of
fighting machines and cuts down
the work on older models,

And it reduces by £250 million
the sum which Mr. Attlee’s
Labour Government had _ origin-
ally planned to spend next year
under their three year rearma-
ment programme,

The cuts in the programme will
mean that over forty thousand
workers in the engineering and
aircraft plants will be diverted
to other jobs to produce export
goods,

Few will feel perturbed
this; for long, workers in
industries have been able
make their own terms in
of wage demands. But, in
case, many may be switched
arms production for
defence, One of the orders
be to the tune of ninety
dollars for Centurian

about
these

nine shillings in the pound, may
indeed be reduced next
of

reduction two shillings;

announcement

throughout ‘
* house
felt, is already doing more
than her share in the defence of
Community in the

is

to
respect said to spend;
any

to
European
may
million
tanks to ““@msport and other services; about
be delivered to N.A.T.O, countries, ight

In addition, the spending cuts
raise hopes that income tax, now

year, :
Some optimists have hoped for a Spend one sixth of th
the on smoking and drinking. Never-

iy Vaughan Jones

large nomes. A
itaoe 10r SUCn a
best districis of
vougut itor less

novouy wanes

their
weatyOhe yea
in the
wdicuoca can ve
Mian £2U00y. wut
to hire out their one-time Cco“ucn=
mans home, Uwners usK-
iug, and ge.vling, anytning up Ww
£0,000 freehold tor tnem. During
Miser sS warume buiz, uneéy colin
be picked up around £5uU.

Our way of hving, too, has
UNuec: BOue Olg cnanges, Hair a cen-
tury ago, the pleasures o1 ute Wee
AU 41s CU Louie, “Ud Loe NOUSE-
Wale S pre-ocCuUpasOn Was WIL ner
kitcnen. A typical working-cia s
saimuy Ss buage. recoraea wat, of
We Wage-earner's income, sixy
per cent, went on food; sixteen per
cent. OO rent ana rates; weve
ber cent. on Clowning; eight per
cent. on fuel and lignt. Tne re-
maining tour per cent. had to do
tor all those otner things such as
beer and tobacco, transport and
entertainment, that we now con-
sider vital to our existence.

To-day, the average worker is
nearly forty per
cent. on food; just over seven on
rent and rates; about ten on
clothing; seven on fuel and light;
six on household goods; four on
miscellaneous goods; nine on

buyers for

are

on alcohol and nine on
tobacco.
Yet the nation complains of

austerity!
It can be seen that many people
their income

majority of us would be glad to theless they demand higher wages

see even a shilling come off,

Changes

because they say they cannot keep
up with the high cost of living.

It is, though, on the young
white-collar workers—the clerks

The face of London moves and and other office employees—that

Over the
residential
gradually

changes. decades,
fashionable
have been
westwards from
to Westminster,
Chelsea. And now the
no longer feel that
have a Mayfair addr

Kensington



Their way of life is also chang-

ing. Early this century, the Big
Houses, each occupied by one
family, were staffed by two,

three or more servants, and their

quarters heavily.
spreading With their parents
Mayfair across London, one third of their income
and for a bed-sitting room to rapacious
socialites landlords and landladies who are
they must cashing in on the

the the burdens of life to-day fall most

Those whe dv not live
often pay, in

scarcity value
of small apartments.

Moslem Friendship

The traditional friendship be-
tween Britain and the Mosiem

way of life seemed as enduring world has in the past proved of

the
Today,

itself.
agents

Thames
house

as
are

undated with enquiries for small,

inestimable value to both. But

in- shadows were cast over it by the

Arab-Jewish conflict in Palestine;

cheaply-run two or three storey the expulsion from Persia of Brit-

houses by those who
occupied the four
residences,

Often these small

places were Zone; the

formerly ain’s Abadan oilmen; the Anglo-
and five floor Egyptian dispute over the presence

of Canal

anti-

British troops in the

anti-British and

the homes of the coachmen who American demonstrations in BAgh-

served the masters
Houses.

In some cases
been complete,

his son has

the
The
moved

switch
master
into

’

coachman’s home, and the coach- Minister,

of the Big dad.

So it is good news to hear that

has the recent friendly visit to London
or
the Adnan Menderes and his Foreign

of Turkey’s Prime Minister, Mr.

Mr. Fuat Koprulu, is

man’s family occupies part of Big bearing fruit.

House which has

now been

Mr, Koprulu, it is learnt, has

taken over by the local authori- had discussions with the heads of

ties and split into three,

And the big landlords find few convince them of the need for co-

the Arab missions in Ankara to

operation in building up a Middle
East defence organisation.

Their talks =follow the recent
meeting which Mr. Anthony Eden,
British Foreign Secretary, had in
New York wit the heads of the
Arab delegation to the U.N.

Mr. Menderes and Mr, Koprulu
are far-seeing statesmen. Poised
on Europe’s eastern outpost, they
have understanding for the views
of both Orient and Occident. They
can do much to align the Moslem
world in defence againsi the on-
rush of Soviet jmperialism.

Suggestion Boxes

“Suggestion boxes” which allow
employees to express bright views
for bettering the running of theic
firm as well as to air their griey-
ances have often unexpectedly
good results.

A leading British oil company
employing 43,000 people, has just
announced the benefits of this
system over the past four years.

Altogether 4,000 of the ideas put
forward were adopted. Nearly
1,000 led to an immediate saving
of expense in operational methods
and 1,500 to improving working
conditions and safety. Each em-
ployee putting forward an accept-
able proposal was given a bonus.

The British Pharmaceutical So-
ciety celebrates its centenary this
week with a small exhibition in
London’s Bloomsbury district.
Our Victorian forefathers were
made of sterner and simpler stuff
than we are, it seems. Pills were
the big cure-all, and for those who
could afford them, drugs kept in
beautifully wrought bottles.

And children were not told any
modern nonsense about sunshine
and vitamins. A dose of castor oil
was the thing to put them right,
and if they did not want to take
it, there were box-like spoons for
putting it in their mouths. A
sharp puff from the fond parent,
and the trouble was over. The
castor oil was down their throats.
And for those whose ailments
could not be correctly diagnosed,
there were leeches; toothache
could be remedied with a cork-
screw-like apparatus Which ex-
tracted the offending member
without further ado.

‘ SmilesPeers

No longer do the peers of Britain
command the wealth of the realm
and some are wondering how
cheaply they can successfully get
through the Coronation.

They are relieved to learn from
the Earl Marshal’s office that peers
below the rank of earl, who do not
possess coronets, need not buy
them specially for the ceremony
—so they will save £100.

Furthermore, while peeresses
are told they should wear tiaras,
jewellers are making them so that
they can afterwards be split up for
use as necklaces, brooches, ear-
rings and other pieces of jewellery.

Expecting to make big money,
meantime, are the hoteliers and
restaurant owners. Some have
made plans to,double or treble
their staffs around Coronation
time, and to keep open a twenty-
four hour service.







The Spy WhoDidw't Quite...



Reports

is Meeting With Ron:

JAMES LEASOR

ld §



et

h The RAF. Man

Who Cheated The Scafield

“Six hours ago I had been dining
in an R.A.F. Mess, safe on.Eng-
lish soil, Now I was more than
1,200 miles away, caught in the
act of landing by parachute
from an aircraft, dressed as a
civilian, and with enough explo-
sives in my equipment to blow
up a small town and I was
surrounded by armed German
soldiers. ...
Flight-Lieut,. Ronald Seth found

himself in this position just ten

years ago when he parachuted
into Estonia with orders to sabo-
tage the German-run_ shale-oil
mines and landed right in the
middle of a German patrol, with

a police dog
In the excitement of orders and

counter orders, the dog bit a

soldier and Seth escaped to the

forest to consider his position

It could hardly be worse. He
was alone with a revolver, some
energy tablets (and one of cyan-
ide that guaranteed death),

The parachutes
and explosives were already in
German hands. His missfon was
over before it had fairly begun

For 12 days Seth blunderad
about in the forest, dodging Ger-
man patrols. He wag captured.
He went from jail to jail; was
beaten up.

Then, without
tence of death by hanging
was marched across the snow-
covered public square of Tallinn,
Estonia, to the public gallows. A
crowd of ragged, hungry people
stared at him as a sergeant fast-
ened the rope

The trap dropped
feet; a blur of bright

with his radio

trial, came sen-

He

under his
lights, a

roar, and then the dark....

He awoke in his cell. Some
unknown patriot had fixed the
trap so that it could not open
fully. hs ide

Question

This week-end I met Ronald
Seth, who is 41, tallish, blond;
has a Cambridge degree and
is now by no means fit

Before the war he lectured in
English in Estonia

As we walked in the grounds
of the preparatory school at
Epsom, where he is a master, I
asked the obvious question —
HOW AND WHY does a man

volunteer for a job from whic!

he is practically certain never

to return?
Seth thought back to his days
as a flight-lieutenant: “In the

R.A.F. one day they were talk-
ing about the oil from Estonia.
On the impulse I put in my sug-
gestion of sabotage,

“Most of the people who knew
anything about Estonia were
middle-aged. So when, to my
amaz-ment, Intelligence asked me
if I'd go, I couldn't back out
Self-respect came into it. I had
to jump.”

And in the condemned cell—for
40 hours — alone, what were
his thoughts?

“I thought of my wife.......
Before Id left England we'd had
a tiff. I Wanted her to know I
was sorry. And I had no way of
telling. her.”

When he returned home he
asked his wife if she remembered
the incidenl; she had forgotten all
about it ten minutes after the
argument )

But between his near-execution



and his reunion with his wife,
Seth lived the life which pro-
vides the title of his strange and
gripping book: “A spy Has No
Friends.""*

It describes how, in his cell
he considered his assets: life,
and the spirit to stay alive. He
determined te keep them

He wrote a note te the com-
mandant, saying he had some

radio experience which he would
be prepared to us¢ “against the
Jews and Bolsheviks.”

The bluff appeared to work
He was sent to Frankfort to the
intelligence H.Q. of the Luft-
waffe, and then to the Gestapo.

On November 14, 1943, Seth
was sent, under guard, to Paris
The Nazis wanted to use him as
one of their own agents in Brit-
ain, so he was told

For months he lived under
surveillance. Then one evening
at dinner he irritated a visitor.

He was jailed forthwith.
‘An Ear’

A German count — a high-up
in the Foreign Office—approached
him with a new plan. After the
war, he said, Britain and Ger-
many would have to work more
closely Some Germans wanted
to know more about British con-
temporary thought.

Seth was to be put inside a
P.o.W. camp for British officers
as an “ear” for the Nazis

Seth refused to divulge any in-

formation that might harm his
comrades, but there was no
reason why he = should not at



Dur Readers

Brandon’s Beach
To the Editor, The Advocate,





SIR,—I have seen so much
written in your columns in con-
nection with the beaches in this
island nd how they are kept,
th I am forced to say some-

in connection with that



beach known



as ‘Brandon's

Sh.’
ris beach which is supposed
to be a holiday resort for a great
many people is but a mass of
manchineel trees fying on the
ground reached by a bad road

There is no one io take care of

least appear to agree. So he was
introduced into Oflag 79.
But the officers there suspected

him, Some wanted to throw him
out of an attic window.

One volunteered to be with
him all the time to keep him
from meeting the Germans

Recently this officer, Douglas

Turnage, now a bank official, of
Petts Wood, Kent, recalled those
days:—

“IT was in Seth’s room and stay-
ed by him all the time. He had
to have someone to talk to, and
I rather liked the chap. Some of
the other fellows got a bit on edge
about him.’’]

The Nazis hauled Seth out to
brief him for his trip to England.
Seth says Heinrich Himmler, chjef
of the S.S., wanted him to take
a personal message to Churchill
to the effect that he would seize
power in Germany and negotiate
peace

Seth agreed. He was smuggled
across the Swiss border on April
12, 1945, and at once saw the
Minister — Mr. (now Sir) Clif-
ford Norton,

Says Seth: “It was a tremen-
dous moment. For 898 days, from
November 5, 1942, to April 12,

1945, I had
of death.” 4
But, with thé British Minister,
he adds; “I had a feeling that my
mission seemed less important
than I believed it to be....”
And so it turned out. In the
end the only use apparently made
of his fantastic escapade was that
a circle of Nazi agents who still
hid out in Parig after the libera-
tion was rounded up.
‘Wasted’
Ronald Seth, “the spy who
didn’t quite,” back in his room at

been under sentence

the prep. schoel, lit a cigarette
before answering my next ques-
tion:——

WAS the result
of his mission?

worth the risk
Would he do it



again’

“No,” he said slowly. “The
sacrifice was in my _ opinion
wasted. Even if I'd not been

caught I'd have been very little
use, for the people who had pack-
ed my radio set had forgotten to
put in three crystals that were
essential to change the frequencies!
The thing was useless without
them.”
Andre Deutsch, 10s. 6d.
—L.E.S,

Say:

the beach nor the clothes of the



people when they go there to
bathe and no fresh water
show

Ww needed is something
similar t Graves End beach

near the Garrison

L. B. CLARKE

|
|

jhave

By R. E. SMYTHIES
I EXPECT most readers of the Advocate
are familiar with the old proverb, ‘‘A good
wine needs no bush”, to which I once heard
a modern advertising expert give the growl-
ing response, “If your business is not worth

advertising, better advertise it for sale”!

It is sometimes said that Barbados should | }

do more to advertise its*attractions as a
tourist resort, and if this should ever be
done it would be natural to give priority to
the sea-bathing here, for two very good
reasons, onw being that the bathing is really
excellent, and the other that few things can
such a strong attraction for the
refugees from the rigours of a northern
winter. :

There is, however, a catch in the proposi-
tion as things stand. Suppose for the sake

jof argument that we hired an advertising
,expert for the purpose and he came here to

look the place over in search of arguments
to use as ammunition in the campaign.

I believe he would at once be impressed
by the fact that if all the hotels were filled
to capacity, considerably more than half the
guests would not have ready access to really
good bathing beaches. Any man who took
pride in maintaining the high standards of
his chosen vocation, would have serious
doubts about advertising ‘magnificent bath-
ing beaches’ in such circumstances. He
would know that some tourist would inevi-
| tably feel they had been lured here by false
| advertising, and he would want no part in it

The trouble is due primarily to the fact
that the hotel system as a whole was not
planned to attract tourists, but has rather,
like Topsy, ‘just growed’. It seems to stand
to reason that a tourist hotel on a tropical
island, should be located on a good bathing
| beach. It should also be in rural rather thar.
| urban surroundings, and set in grounds fea
turing an attractive array of tropical trees
and shrubs, carefully spaced so as not to
insulate the tourist from the cooling breezes
that are so necessary for comfort.

It seems obvious that it is not easy to
find a practicable solution of the problem,
but I am convinced that a solution must be
found if the tourist industry is to realise
anything like the possibilities that it un-
doubtedly has in earning revenue for the
island. In groping for an answer I feel I am
not suffieiently familiar with local condi-
tions, or the financial and political under-
currents thereof.

Under the five-year Plan it is the avowed
intention of the Government to encourage
| the development of the tourist industry, and
|I suggest to all concerned that this matter
of really adequate bathing facilities for tour-
ists should be given high priority, if only
because other efforts may be largely nulli-
\fied if it is not solved.

In the meantime it would certainly help
if the beaches can be kept clear of tin cans
and other even more offensive refuse. Pres-

coming worse if the beaches near my home
are any criterion. Much has been said and
written about this but nothing has been done
yet so far as I have observed. Surely this
problem could be solved without expense or
effort out of proportion to the benefit to be
achieved. We cannot be surprised if visitors
regard us as a backward people when they
see the disgusting litter on the ‘magnifi-
cent beaches’.

it is perhaps natural for folk who live here
permanently to underestimate the import-
ance of sea-bathing to the tourist. Having
spent most of my life in Canada I know very
well how strongly the idea of bathing in
mid-winter appeals to the northerner. It is

enough to have access to good bathing here,
take advantage of it twice or even three
times a day, whereas the average Barbadian
takes his bathing very casually, secure in
the knowledge that it is always to be had
when he happens to feel like it, at any time
in the year.

The visitor from the north gets a real ‘kick’
out of disporting himself in bathing trunks
on a sandy beach, acquiring a good sun-tan
and swimming in clear, warm water, while
he thinks of his home covered with snow,
and“the wintry sun shining on the icicles
that hang from the eaves.

By the same token he is likely to find it
very hard to understand why so much of
the available hotel accommodation is not
directly connected with really good bathing
facilities. It would almost seem that instead
of taking advantage of what Nature has
provided in this respect, man has conspired
to make it difficult for the tourist, and has
then thrown in the tin cans to finish the
job. .
I have met some Barbadians who seem to
be opposed to the idea of doing anything to
increase the tourist business, being afraid
that the island may be over-run with them.
I do not think there is any danger of that
myself, and for purely selfish reasons should
be sorry to see it happen I really believe
that the business could be expanded consid-
erably without risk of interfering with the
sugar industry, or with the permanent resi-
dents of the island.

In writing this article I am not drawing
on my imagination but rather on the many
contacts 4 have had with visitors during the
past six years. A number of them have com-
mented to me frankly on their impressions
of Barbados, some of which are flattering
and some not.



ACTRESS. FINED

NEW YORK.
ACTRESS Rosemary Murphy pleaded to

the judge trying her for four traffic viola
tions: “The car belongs to my father, who is
in Japan.” Her father is U.S. Ambassador
Robert Murphy, in Tokyo. Said Judge John
Murtagh, drily: “Well, I don’t think’ he’s
guilty. I'm afraid it’s his family. Sixty dol-
lars (£20 8s.)”

OFF go price controls on America’s “soft”
drinks, They were selling below official
prices and did not go up when the price con-
trollers permitted a raise, Off, too, go con-
They are in such supply}
that prices are sagging.



trols on clothes.

—L.E.S.

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1952



Teachers Will Hold Talks On
Problems Of Teaching English

ARRANGEMENTS have been completed for the tw
day conference on the Problems of Teaching English

sponsored by the Association of Assistant Teachers in Sec-
ondary Schools on the 8th and 9th January, 1953.

Mr. Val McComie, Secretary of r

the Association Id the ‘Advo- ne Ne . ®
Woman Fined ‘Adjourned

or Stealing Until Jan. 3

| Inquest



cate’ yesterday that the conference
Was originally scheduled for the
15th and 16th January, 1953, but
when it was realised that the
Elementary Schools would reopen
on the 13th, the Steering Commit-
tee had been forced to fix the new





A fine of 50/- to be paid in His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith,
dates The Headmaster and the 2} days or one month’s impris- Acting Police Coroner of Dis-
Governing Body of Combermere onment with hard Tabour was trict “A”, yesterday adjourned
School have given permission to yesterday imposed on 36-year-old until Jan. 3 the inquest into
use the School Hall. Verona Collins of Beckles Hill, the circumstances surrounding

ee er ie o the St. Michael who was found the death of 39-year-old Rita
that the teachers ef Boatiah poe guilty of stealing $11.48 from Harris of Road View, St. Peter

Egbert Maloney by His Worship
Mr. G. B.

detained at the
20 suffer-

Harris was

the, kindred subjects in the Sec- General Hospital on Dec

ondary Schools were becoming Griffith,















more and more perturbed at the Maloney told the court that # from extensive burns on
inability of their pupils to speak while he was in a shop in Nel ie_skin after @ house she’ was
correctly or express their ideas con Street on Dec. 23, Collins Ji. °#usht atre abc 30 pm
simply and coherently. came. in the -.shop and. while Doe Ted She next: day
He felt that the problem had he was talking with acevinihtidy ia
become acute now that selection che sain aes : en? Dr. A. S. Cato who pc 1ed
for entry to the Secondary Schools ,., ‘cn a ‘d ae RENOS IAD DIS the post mortem examination at
was being made from a wider PO°**'S 8nd took out the money, the Public Mortuary said that
range of the population. — Reha a AcE the apparent age of the woman
In this sonauntion he was glad INDEC ENT LANGUAGE was about 40 and Josephine
to say that it was now more gen- Hubert Cumberbatch of Tweed- of Road View, St. Pete
erally accepted among teachers in) ide Road St M atai a ae ified the body to hin
the Secondary Schools that their Font oad, St. ichael, was yes-
role in the education of the child rae y fined 30/- in 14 days or The were extensive
was complementary to that of 2@@, Month's impri onment with abc ck, back and .
their colleagues in the Primary ®@%4 labour by His Worship Mr. ach heart was norma n
Schools. That is why an invita- ©: A: McLeod Police Magistrate hi death was
tion was being extended to f District “A. st ng extensive
all teachers in the Primary He was found guilty of using




Schools to participate in this con-
ference. For it was obvious that
the best way of tackling this or
any other common problem was

indecent lang
Road, on Dec.
prosecuted for



on Tweedside alike” tnatournting
Set. E. W. King His Wor hi = ea air cote
the Police. uy told the nin

th
the












jury that he had been informed
by cohesive action by all the com- “ . that cc of the lamp w }
ponent parts of the Educational PUBLIC MISCHIEF i d r¢ the aon e, ‘had
machine. Carmen Griffith of Chase Land, ! oe ere p_ Govert ee
Director Will Open St. Michael yesterday appeared ar HOE a al es mat arse
The Director of Education has before His Worship Mr. G, B. que St until the Cot Ff a > aS
agreed to open the Conference G'ffith charged by the Police Baers ‘ire cn cee oor
and it is hoped that there will be wih Serene public we capes po! ae a = So nan “ : on ct. ‘ ne case Was ad- we ~ Te
secherae ae. MeComie veintad journed until Dec. 30. ee ee
out that it might be argued that Inspector Springer is conduct- Gouldan Aban of Roebuck
the programme envisaged was iS the case for the Police. Street, St. Michael

reported to




somewhat heavy,





Police 3 erday that a

The gee however, was to ity of copper valued at

cover as wide a field as possible ° ) was. stolen from his resi-
to indicate the magnitude of the Installations Al . )

dence sometime on Dec, 20

problem. Then subsequently, each

aspect of the problem could be Government House
discussed at length by either of c St.
the two Associations of Teachers. THE Legislative Council yester- }

Dorothy
Michael

Ouse was

Stuart of
reported
broken and

Bank Hall
that her
entered




He hoped that any recommenda- Gay passed a Resolution for $4,200 sometime on Dec. 20 and articles
tions which might result from the to provide for Electrical installa- t) the value of $20 were stolen
conference would be favourably tions at Government House. " ; ?
received by the Education Au- The addendum to the Resolution Ana’-Clarke of Brittens Hill
thorities with a view to imples states that the Government Elec- Mina) | devicitelt. tHGt hed
menting them. trical Inspector has reported that Sean broke n- ind ‘ente red
The provisional programme is the electrical installations at Gov- re Ds ge i 7 ve

as follows: — ernment House are in a _ very ee ee ee aoa sab

First Day dangerous condition thereby cre- 1 and money to the amount

hazard 5 stolen.

Electric In-

ious fire
Government

ating a ser

9.30 a.m.—9.45 a.m. — Opening The

of the Conference.

(1) 9.45 am—11.15 am—The Spector has recommenced that the Irer ei rg igh t of St. La wrence

Content of English Teaching” electrical installations be renewed Gap, Christ Church reported that

(2) 11.45 am.—1.15 p m.—“The and re-arranged at an estimated ne ma of $35 Mie prance

res aa rey 0S $4.2 1er 10use sometime vetween

ee s the limited home een eee 7.15 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. on Dec.
acer ound. The Acting Colonial Secretary 29.

(3) 3.00 p.m.—4.30 p.m.—“Oral

Training Prose and Drama.’ who introduced the passing of the

frs. Gill o
Resolution said that another rea- Mrs. Gill of

Regan Lodge, St

Second Day son. why there was some need for 3 hael . ea d ee 5 enep

(1). 9.30 a.m.—11 15 am—“The 2rsency in the matter of fixing ne igi pas cos Dec. ey ven

Teaching of Literature >, the installations was because of yard on the night of Dec. 20 was
. 2a : the expected visit of Her Royal stolen.

(2) 11.45 a.m.—1.15 p.m.—“The
Question of Grammar”.

(3) 2.30 p.m.—4.00 p.m.—Final
Session. Reports of Chairman and
recommendations.

Pudding And
Souse Vendor

7°
‘
Wins Car

MRS. LEOTTA HOWELL of
Brewster’s Land, Barbarees Hill,
holder of Ticket No. B 3110, was
the winner of the motor car which
was raffled by the Police in aid
of the Barbados Boys’ and Girls’
Clubs. Howell sells pudding and
souse for a living.

She said that she bought a book
of tickets, which contained the
lucky number, from Chief Writ-
server A: Waterman. Yesterday
morning she did not realise she
had the number until a friend met
her in the market and said: “So
you have won the car”. She then
read the newspaper and saw the
number.

Howell said that she has won
small amounts of money on pre-
vious occasions at the B.T.C. races

Second prize, a frigidaire, was
won by Mr. Cecil Edwards of
Hastings, Christ Church, holder
of ticket No. B 0457. Edwards said
that after buying a few tickets he
forgot about the raffle. He saw
his number in the Advocate yes-
terday.

The other winners were as fol-

The Police are investigating all
these reports.

RECEIVES CAR

Highness the Princess Royal early
next year. of

MRS. LEOTTA HOWELL won the car raffled in aid of the Barbados



lows: Third prize, a radiogram, “e of die 4 ialail

won by "Edmund Brathwaite, holder of ticket No. R 0878, C. F.

holder of ticket No, M 2100. Fourth Browne of R. M. Jones, City, hh C.A. Additional
prize, a sewing machine, won by holder of ticket No. O 3216, C. |
P. E. Burke of Barclay’s Bank, Ward of Pilgrim Land, Christ

holder of ticket No. O 1145. Fifth Church, holder of ticket No

Flight

prize, a bicycle, won by R. Holder
of McClean's Gap, Britton’s Hill,
holder of ticket No. R 1459. ‘Ten
cash rizes of $50 each were won
by Hutson Chandler of Belle Fac-

M 1001, E. D. Fitzpatrick of Grand
View House, St. Thomas, holder
of ticket No, B 4578, E. E. Ashby
of Christ Church, holder of ticket
No. O 2195, D. Leach of Frank B

T.C.A’s ad nal flight fror
Canada to Barbados which wa
due to arrive here at 5.50 yester-
day morning was almost



seven

Delayed |

tory, holder of ticket No. B 4668,
Cofleen Martin of 3812 La

Armstrong, City, holder of ticket hours’ late due te snow in Toronto

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Brownslow, Black Rock, holder of The prizes were distributed by had to remain in Montreal for pas-



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th ¢ Cros Lane in Broad cues yesterday morning and considerably increased the activity T Y .
yes erc ay : orning ae ong along the waterfront j ? ft
~ed ross the street under : ‘i
the uctions of the Police. The motor vessels arriving were the Blue Star under : B A
hey were a ys kept busy Captain D, Cheeseman, the Daerwood, under Captain J. C
On 1s placed opposite Hutch- Neilsen and the Moneka, under Captain R. Hudson.
inson & Co. and the other at Cave 4 as
Shepherd & Co. Phe Moueka and t Daerwood [ Y 7
sroad Stree vas always over- ‘ L ate Lvs Y
rowded Housewives jammed sca er rl -
V s. One of the big gro- broug: imilar
cery stores closed at one time be- copra u ental Health
Ay o1 the te witi« crowd, rae ¢ of the Daerwood }
Alleys where Christma 245k { ‘ \ i + .
ns were bi old, we é ioe: vere ‘ ° » | { &; C. C; Te
ere being sold, were almost: Cy vresn rusie ones Act Amendec njoy a Crispy Christmas
a corn flour was on sale a or er Os Omy —
r pint. There were alsc i an Seen sd The Legislative Council yest
nr een peas. Sellers said that | J3 bags of copra, 77 casks and 20 p ed a sill amending t) oT PT 'p
these were for regular customers. Crates of fresn truit und 3 ba Mental Health Act of 1951 GET CRISI
rtly after 2 p.m. a sudden Of Dominican h jeral Ih provide certain safegua
- of rain held up shopper Meneka’s last port of call wa inst the provisions of the A
for about five minutes Domnica ch deal with temporary trea nfs
The Blue Star ed ¢ Without certification THibix Soda Crackers
from Nassau brought an :
o7 ROW Sverre The Hon, C. W
27 CHOIRS ENTERED lumber This vessel is berthed i; C. Wylie, Attorne - a al
FOR COMPETITION the inner Careenage * General, in introducing the Bill j ON SALE THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND.
; LIME FOR 6.G. Council explained that
ST. SIMON’S CHOIR will lea es tary of State in comment '
‘ the annual singing competitio The Schooner Franklyn D.R. ©! i. provisions of Section 13 ¢
Kensington Oval on New Year which is at present bertied in pointed out that th THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO. LTD.
g Twenty-seven chon inner careenage wa y rday , power in the se
have entered the competition loading a quantity of lime for Brit- ‘On for admission of persons f ee
Belleplaine, winners of last year ish Guiana porary treatment and 1
competition, Chapman Lane, Ne The schooner was recently 1 | var provisions .exist in Unite Ss ———$——— —— =
Orteans and Eagle Hall are amon painted by its crew and certait K tom 1 lation He ther
those entered The new choir minor internal repairs earried out , considered that all possib]
include Glory Waves, King’s Park The schooner will il shortly for oars hould be inserted t . * ft
Choral Group, and Hope Road British Guiana. The Frances Ww.) °™' use Py
Choir, Smith was alse loading | . The & ; f
The prize list remains the same RG. yesterday Both ‘an The pecretary of State had ac \ a*
at last year’s, first prize $80.00. are tonsioried. to -the.Schooner teen ey recommended that add 4 é @ /
The test piece is Sing the Owr ia? Association 5, : a lal pre , ision along the lines ¢ *
Birth was born tonight.” i ils ins : d ee ‘eal in the Souther: —
> ORS 7 sverenere Nhodesia tislation from whict
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1952—83

— Legislative Council Pass

| Supplementary Resolution
$166,622 toSupplement

Estimates

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday passed a
Resolution for $166,622 to supplement the 1952-53 estimates
under 15 heads. After the Acting Colonial Secretary Mr.
G. T. Barton introduced it, the Council agreed with it with-

out much debate.

The Heads are “Governor” for
which $410 is voted for upkeep of
gardens and incidentals, Colonial
Secretary — $1,800 for stationery
and incidentals, $450 for office
equipment at the Customs and $300
for travelling expenses in connec-
tion with the Fire Brigade. Th:
remaining amounts are $500 under
Registration Office, $6,052 fo:
Legal Departments, $4,200 under
Police, $500 for motor transport
under Bagbados Regiment, $6,276
under Public Works Depariment,
$50,660 under Labour Departmen
$35,000 for the Department of
Highways & Transport, $11,600
for Waterworks and the remain
der for miscellaneous services and
the Post Office.

Introducing the Resolution th
Acting Colonial Secretary said:

“Sir--This is one of those Reso-
lutions, presented to the Leygisla-
ture at intervals in whic are
combined a number of items that
it is hoped, will not be regarded
jas controversial. The Honour-
}able Council has in the past
criticised the size and number of
| Resolutions submitted for its con-





sideration. For this reason. Sir,
with your permission, I will sa}
a few words of a general nature

which I hope will mollify any
criticism that members may feel
“Basically the argument is that
if the Legislature wants adequate
tontrol over Government expendi-
{ture these Resolutions are neces-
sary, for the alternative is for
Gevernment to over-estimate with
onsequential dangers of extrav~
igance. In these unsettled davs
yrices and labour rates are much
too unstable to allow exact
stimates to be framed, particular-
ly so long in advance
‘During the last financial vear
tbout one and a half million



iniiars were voted by way of siip-
} plementary estimates: so far this
veor, after nearly nine months
}only about a quarter of a m

has een sought

The Method

“The method of presenting Gov-
ernment finances, which of course
fT am not criticising, does stres
}estimated expenditure without
| turning the game spotlight on any
|revenue that might accrue from
| that expenditure, for such matters
‘are tucked away in the Addendum
}and have not the same prominence?
nor impact,

“In fact, if Fstimated Expendi-
ture is the prima donna of ike
| Estimates, the Revenue, Refunds,
|Savings and Earnings tend to be
| relegated to the back row of the
|chorus. For example the item
“Emigration” under Head XXXI
| Labour Department, is for $50,000,
‘and the item “Work undertsken
and Gov

srnment Denertments” under Head

XXXII, Department of Hiehweay:
and Transport is for $35,000. To-
gether these total more than half
the Resolution, and sonre of th?
1 $50,000 is recoverable, though the
factual amount denends on the
\length of stay of the workers in
the United States and the rates of
\their wages. The $35.000 js eithr
recoverable from Utility C

panies or represents a hook entry
lof money already voted in resnec
lof other Denartment: Actiny
{Allowances for $12,000 also to
some extent disguises the fact that
\there are savings under various










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personal emoluments items when
an Office is vacant,

“In some territories where
vote service credits exist and
where a Finance Committee can
authorise increases in items. of
expenditure provided savings are
quoted under other items of the
same Head, recourse to the
Legislature is not so frequent,
but the method in use in the
Island gives the Legislature the
fullest possible picture of ex-
pected Government expenditure
to Virtually the smallest detail

The concentration on esti-





mated expenditure, may give @
wholly erroneous impression of
( nee on the part of the



rnment and its officers.

of Departments, from
io time, are subjected to
criticism in the matter of
the expenditure of their Depart-
ments. They are accused of irre-
sponsible estimating of lavish
expenditure, and of thinking that
when funds are exhausted they
only have to ask to receive more.
I wonder, Sir, how many of us
ike the trouble to examine un-
der each Head the column of the
Estimates that shows the actual
expenditure and compare it with
the amounts that the Legislature
have authorised.



Past Record

“Let us examine the record of
the past and see if the charges
can be substantiated. The latest
figures available to the Council
are contained in the current Es-
timates and refer to the financial
year 1950—51. Taking some of
the larger spending Departments
we find that the Agricultura)
Department spent $30,000 less
than the sum allowed by the
Legislature in the Estimates; the
Waterworks, $37,000 less; the
Medical Department $40,000
Highways and Transport $20,000,
the Police $37,000; Public Works
Department $6,000; Legal Depart-
ment $21,000; Harbour and
Shipping $13,000 less. If one
takes into account supplement-
ary provisions the savings on
cuthorised expenditure would be
a reat deal more





“The Education Department
spent $54,000 less than the total
sur authorised by the Legisla-
ture, and of the $68,000 supple-
mentary expenditure authorised
in that year $53,000 was a new
item for this Island’s contribu-
tion to the University College of
the West Indies; $5,000 for
State-Aided Secondary Schools;
and 56,000 for repairs to Ele-
mentary Schools under the con-

ol of the Public Works Depart-
ment; and the remaining three
io four thousand dollars was for
increased Barbados Scholarships
arising from the new Act. In
fact nothing that could be laid at
he door of the Head of the De-
partment to support a charge of
extravagance or bad estimating.
Che total money placed by the
Legislature at the disposal of
the Administration in Part I
Estimates that year was under-
spent by more than $300,000
This is not squandermania run
riot. This is not a Rake’s Pro-
aress. In twenty-one years ex-
perience I have found tha, Gov-
ernment officers are more jeal-



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ous in guarding the public purse X P ES
than they are in guarding ,their mas arty
wn. 7
“Before criticising the Heads A P , 9
of Departments for their esti- t 1. eter s
mates it is only fair to sppregi- ‘ .
ute some of the difficulties. n mi
the first place they have to pre- Infirmary
pare their estimates six months «
before they will become opera- A CHRISTMAS PARTY was
tive, that is to say, they cover piven for the inmates of St, Peter's;
a period of six to eighteen [nfrmary on Monday afternoon.
months in the future. They have 7. programme included carols, |
to forecast, within that period, norms and a play. These were
the movement of prices (a task presented by the senior pupils of
from which a trained economist ¢; peter’s Girls’ School and mem-|
in these days would shrink) and fers of St, Feter’s Girls’ Old
they may have their forecasts Scholars’ Association under the
sharply pruned by the Esti- direction of the Head teacher,|?
mates Committee. Thus it is that Miss S$. Watts.
we see in the Notes that accom- Gifts from a large decorated
pany the Resolution that the Christmas tree were distributed to
greatest number of items refer the inmates by the Rector Rev
to increases in respect of higher A J. Hatch who acted as Father
costs and rising prices. Among Christmas. During the afternoon
the largest of these items are the refreshments were served. ;
incre s for the Mental Hospit- THE staffs of the Richmond's
al Farm ‘and fodder for the écehools have been poing around
Police Horses, singing carols on behalf of the poor |
children of the school. Proceeds
Uneertaint» will go to help buy clothing for
the children.

“When estimates are being Sh L
prepared there is also ufhcer- XMAS C AROLS
thinty as to whether goods will 7 Ree a the St.
arrive or accounts be brought to , hs ey School Choir’ mee
book within the period. Normal- ad ‘ Sarr STAsIeRyiaienDs
ly. nae ET topeged me carols At St. John’s Almshou e.

ae . 7 ~ Duri singing of the carols
presentation of accounts by the ura so %, Simmons
81st March, will balance out, but "°° 700d toys and clothing to
pet gegen Aap ag age ge be the children and some cash to the

: ‘nmates.
two large amounts in the same On Boxing Day at 4 p.m. the St.
year, as for example—Head II John’s Parish Church Choir will

Colonial Secretary — item 11, give a programme of Christmas
Stationery.

The A Giese. itemnein aa irols at St. Lucy’s Almshouse.
™ re are ¢ or ems

Resolution that arise from the GIFTS FOR BLIND
nereasing demands of the pub- ~~~ : 2
lie. for enninle the reqnise At the Hurd Memorial School |
ments of the Registration Office, for the wore peta gil etl
the Dental Out-Patient Service Mrs. J. A We to the students |
and the Post Office. While others Wishers presentéd sehen Sana ites,
depend upon the behaviour pf PARR gE OF re Othe school” Mr.|
the public, ag the requirements Weorze Scott teacher of the school $
f the Legal Departments. presented Miss Elsie Tudor with al @
“Of the new items, the very bouquet of flowers.
necessary repairs to the Bay The students are







being trained $

Street Esplanade breakwater by Mr, Harold Rock, organist ” 2
could not have been foreseen, and S.. fohn’s Parish Church. 3
must be undertaken at once if 2
erious loss, perhaps even 2

danger are to be avoided. The / k 3
much needed renovations at the Mr. Cu e€ >
Baggage Warehouse are in keep- ‘

ing with the desire to brighten P ~ | At
Bridgetown for Coronation Year. reslc es 2
Besides, the young sister of the

3aggage Warehouse, the Termin- i C \ il
il Building at Seawell, has re- 4e€g. oune
eently had a most extensive
face-lift. Hon, H. A, Cuke presided over
the meeting of the Legislative
Council yesterday in the absence
ire required on any item, over of His Honour the a oo
ind above those in the notes I She siepoise BELSE Whe ye
1 ’ a J ‘ 4 1idis .
rhe AD best tq supply the Before the Council adjourned
: without a date, Hon. Dr. H. G.|
‘ “So that there should be no Massiah extended the compliments
misunderstanding in any quarter of the Season to the Acting
as to anything I may have said, President, and expressed the hope

“I have tried to keep my re-
marks general, but if any details




I should like to make the posi+- that they would all have a
tion of the Government clear pleasant vacation and return re-
with regard to criticism of mat- invigorated, |
ters of public concern, whether Hon. Mr, Cuke warmly recipro-—
included in this Resolution or cated the feelings expressed by
hot, The Government welcomes the honourable Dr. Massiah,
ind takes note of constructive —_——
criticism, particularly when it is
tiven by those that have the REPAIRS TO
duty to give it. But Government MOBILE CINEMA
expects, and has the right to ;
ask, that criticism should be _ The Acting President of the
fair, without personal prejudice Legislative Council, Hon, H. A.
or petty spite, and that it Should Cuke yesterday named _ Hon'ble
be in accordance with the rea) Messrs, Dr. Massiah, J. Mahon
facts and not based on irrespon- 2nd K. Hunte as a Committee to}
ible distortions. draft a reply to a message from
“Sir—I beg to move that this His Excellency the Acting Gove
Resolution be passed. nor concerning proposed repairs
This was seconded by Hon. C, to the Mobile Cinema, The Coun-
Wylie and passed after one cil have been asked whether they
question from the Hon. G. D. L. would concur in expenditure for
Pile, certain repairs,



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THE INAUGURAL MEETING of the St. Michael- NEW FISHING
East Boy Scouts’ Local Association was held in the Hall of
Harrison College on Monday, December 15th, at 5 p.m.
The meeting which was convened at the instance of
the Assistant Commissioner (Mr. L. A. Harrison) for the
St. Michael-East sub-area, was well attended by residents
of the district, parents of Scouts, Patrol Leaders, Commis-
PBioners and other prominent citizens connected with the
Scout Movement
Seated on the platform with the Warn the newly elected most ur-
f istant Commissioner were: gently against falling off in efforts,
. Gerald Hudson, Assistant interest and enthusiasm when
land Commissioner for Wolf things became routine and hum-
Cubs; Mr. Aubrey Douglas-Smith, drum. He hoped that they would
) Area Commissioner for the South- continue with the same enthusi-
@mn Area; Major C. Glindon Reed, asm and make the new Associa-
@Mirector of Education; Mr. W. H. tion a live part of the Scout
@arier, M.B.E., Island Badge Sec- Movement.
oS Mr. J. C. Hammond, This was followed by a short
admaster of Harrison College; Film Show kindly _ presented
Major C. Noott, Headmaster of through the courtesy of the Brit-
mbermere School; Capt. H. H. ish Council Representative after
Williar M.B.E.., Generel Secre- Which there was a meeting of the
tery of the Y.M.C and Capt. newly elected Executive Commit-
& A. Sealy, Assi ot it Commis- tee. St. Lucy.
@Moner for St. Michael—South. Scout Week Planned September,
Excuses were offered for the Very It has been arranged that the
Reverend Ds - ng wood woe york beginning Saturday, 3rd
Was indisposed, the Reverenc anuary, 1953, to Saturday, 10th
St. C. Tudor, District Cubmaster, January, will be devoted to inter- Six y - WwW oO av t |
. ‘harles. Harris and Mr. patrol and_ inter-troop Competi-
Springer, Assistant tions and Games among the four
imp Chief, who were Groups in the sub-area on the
ttend The Island grounds of Combermere and ‘Har-
owing to influenza yison College. The final day,
also prevented Saturday 10th will be an entire
Field Day and members of the @ From page 1.
Local Association, Parents and the Always interested in life at
general public are invited to come sea, Dr. Bombord has written
NOTICE TO in between the hours of 9 a.m. to articles on how man can exist
SCOUTERS 12.30 p.m. and 3—6 p.m. There . f 1 pT
? will be a Campfire at 6.30 p.m. On 888 /t00d, . Brove. his
It is hereby notified for to close this week of activities, theory, he set out from
those concerned that the Patrol Leaders Get-Together Monaca, France on May 25 on
Christmas “SOCIAL” fixed On Thursday afternoon, 18th a Transatlantic voyage. Prior
for Saturday 27th instant December, fourteen Patrol Lead- stint

will take
Cottage,
to 6 p.m.

place at Harmony
St. George, from 3
Dress: Lounge.

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of the meet-
ant Commis-




those present for
went on to say
ub-area was served at

four Scout Groups,
Y.M.C.A.,
Harrison College,
that this was an
around which to

by only
ombermere,



1 that there were only

all ranks in the four

s according to their last
Census returns and pointed out
that according to the Commission-
ers Handbook, issued by Imperial











Headquarters, for every 5,000 head
f Civil populat ion there should
1 group of 100 Scouts all ranks.
Consequently, St. Michael and
Bridg set wn with an_ estimated
population of 83,600 at

35 51., ought to be served by
ipprox. 1,672 Scouts all ranks. As
» St. Michael East sub-area

the
A only one-third of the Parish
t. Michael their total of Scouts
ranks should be approx. 557





of whigh,they only had at present
135. Consequently, there appear-
ed to be a deficit of 422 in the

»-area and one of the aims of



» Local Association would be to













decrease that deficit.

Ir oliciting the help of those
present in the task ahead, he ask-
e hem to bear in mind these

rds of E. H. Partridge, “It is of
the first importance to teach a man
how to use his living when he
h made it, to seize every oppor-
tuni of life, but yet in such a
manner that he ues knowledge

its material rewards, the

game above the prize, and the

Ww els being of the community

ve his own comfort and ad-
vancement.”

During the business of the meet-
ing the following appointments

ere made

President and Chariman: Mr.
J. C. Hammond, M.A,

Vice-Presidents: Major C. Noott,
Capt. H. H. Williams, M.B.E., and
the Very Reverend Dean Hazel-
wood

Hony. Secretary: Mr. F. M.
Blackman

Hony, Treasurer: Mr. M. I.
Phillips.

Hony. Auditors: Messrs. C. D.
Gittens and A. S. Howell.

cutive Committee: Scouters:

Me -s, G. R. Brathwaite, Cosie

Brathwaite, G. R. Spencer and
D. A ( “S .

Me $ o a Group Committees:











. Hope, W. A. Abra-

; G. By noe and W.:Allen.
Mer mbers es ©. S
A. Ly aieh: Quin-
’, Davis and . A “Durant.
1an: Major C.




€
Noott



Represte ntatives on Island Scout
Council

Ex-officio: Mr. F. M. Blackman

Secretary).
Scouter: Mr. G.

Layman: Mr. O. A, Pilgrim.

In his presidential address, Mr
Hammond took opportunity to
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ers and Seconds held their Christ-
mas “Get-Together’ at Comber-
mere School. The Assistant Com-
missioner and Scouters G. R.
Brathwaite, Cosie Brathwaite and
G. R. Spencer were also present.
Following a short talk on “The
Patrol Leader and his Patrol” by
the sistant Commissioner, which
was llowed by questions and in-
formal discussion, refreshments
were served. It was then resolved






to form a Patrol Leaders’ Confer-
ence for the sub-area, By unani-
mous approval, Troop Leader




3ushell of Combermere Troop we
elected Chairman, Patrol Leader
Tull of Y.M.C.A. was elected Sec-
retary and P.L. Clarke of Com-
bermere, Assistant Secretary.

L.A}

19.12.52.

ST. MICHAEL-SOUTH L.A.

P.L’s Conference

The Patrol Leaders of the St.
Michael—South sub-area met in
Conference at Scout Headquarters
on Tuesday, the 16th of Decem-
ber.

The Southern Area Commis-
sioner (Mr. A. E, Douglas-Smith)
gave a talk on the Patrol System.

As all should be aware, the
Patrol System is not one method
in which Seouting for Boys can
be carried out, it is the only
method. ‘

After remarks by the Assistant
Commissioner (Capt R. A.
Sealy), the Conference elected W.
Trotman of the ®t St. Michael
(First Sea Scouts) as Chairman
and T. Harvey Read of the 2nd
St. Michael (Garrison Sea Scoyts)
as Secretary. :

The P.L’s







discussed the
Program and activities which
are carried out in their Troops,
recruitment and subscriptions.
Two P.L’s demonstrated Patrol-
training in knot-tying and signal-
ling.
CHRISTMAS GREETINGS
The Assistant Commissioner
extends the Season’s Greetings
to the lay members of the Local
Association and to members of the
Scout Movement in the sub-area,

3rd Bridgetown Cathedral

then



Group
On Friday afternoon, Dec, 19th,
the Area A.D.C., Mr. Lisle Har-
rison, paid a visit tothe 3rd



Bridgetown Cathedral C oup
where he met the scouts in session

under their G.S.M. Mr. George
Spencer “tuning up” for a sub-
area Inter-group competition
which takes place from January
3rd to 10th, 1953. He was im-
pressed with what he saw, and

showed his enthusiasm by demon-
strating the “Fireman's Lift” to
the boys who in turn practised it.
Opportunity was taken by the
G.S.M. to ask him to present both
proficiency and Efficiency Badges
to those boys who earned them.
In doing this he pointed out to
them that a badge was not only
for the purpose of decoration, but
indicated a standard to be main-
tained “When scout wears a
badge”, he said, “he must be pre-
pared at any time to carry out
its obllgations immediately and
feel happy in doing so.”

After a brief talk on general

scoutcraft and its Ideals, three





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Inaugural Meeting Of St. Michael-East 2

Boy Scouts’ Local Association

BOAT



MR. JOHN GRIFFITH is building a new fishing boat at Orab Hill,
This will replace the one which was destroyed by fire in

Son

in Rubber Dinghy

to the trip, he swam the Eng-
lish Channel in one of the
Daily Mail competitions.
From Monaca he visited
the Balearic Islands, arriving
there on June 11. He next
set out for Tangier and reach-

ed there on July 28 By
August 20 he was in Casa-

blanea and he arrived in Las
Palmas on September 3. He
left Las Palmas on October 19
on his trip across thé Atlantic.

Three days out from Las
Palmas, a strong gust of wind
ripped his sail. He replaced
this with a spare sail, but this
.oO Was torn. With needle
and thread, Dr. Bombord re-
paired the sail which was to
bring him to Barbados.

At four o’clock yesterday
morning Dr. Bombord sighted
Harrison Point Lighthouse.
Later, as he approached land
he saw Barbadian boys fishing
in small boats. He dived over
the side of his dinghy and-ap-
proached the boys who assist-
ed him in swimming ashore
with equipment. Later the
boat was brought on the beach
and the Police were summon-
ed,

In making
Bombord
miles. If
crow flies”
about 2,700 miles

On arriving at Bridgetown yes-
terday the first things Dr. Bombord
did were to send a cable to his
wife and three children and con-
tact the Stanilands whose yacht
Nymph Errant is at present in
Barbados on dock. Before le;
ing Las Palmas he and the Stani-
lands arranged to meet in Barba-
dos for Christmas. Mr, Staniland
said: “‘You just made it.”

During the trip he caught
plenty of fish, sometimes more than
he could use. Now he says ah |
am tired of fish. I do not “want
any again unless they are

the Dr.
3,100
the

been

crossing
covered about

he had come “as
it would have



to see
cooke

a’
being
I ever
be on



as tired” he said, “but fancy
on land for Christmas! I!
do make a trip again it will
a larger boat with plenty of
food. You may not believe it, but
for ten days I dreamed of the
chicken and rice I shall now ask
Mrs. Staniland to cook this for
m.e”’ :

He said that the trio was
dangerous but very useful. He
will now be able to help others by
his experience, but he will not be
going through such an experience
again

cheers were given fcr him and the

parade dismissed. Those receiv-
ing badges were: —Edmund Mot- |
tley, Lionel Jones and Arthur

Goodman (Despatch Riders) and
Livingstone Scantlebury, Mic hael
Scantlebury and Clifton Goodman
(Second Class—efficiency ).

much

ou nin RN SKONEAEN

———E

Dr. Bombord said that he was
oan ill for about 15 days. Rain
ell often and his boat was

par: actically filled with water. When
he reached Barbados the boat con-
tained more water than when he

started. He passed about 20 ships
on the way, but only two saw
him and stopped, One was a
Dutch vessel and the other the

English vessel S.S. Arakaka from
Liverpool, “The captain of the
Arakaka was extremely kind to
me”, he said.

Before he
Captain asked
Christmas
requested that
burgh Concerto
played on the

left
him
request.

the
to
Dr.

Ship the
make a
Bombord
The Banden
by Bach be
“Listeners Choice”
programme of the B.B.C. for
himself and all those who are
at sea on Christmas Day. The
Stanilands and himself will be
listening out for the request
The Captain of the ship also sent
a cable to his wife.

“IT was never bored
day of the trip”, he
felt that at sea one
by a schedule. He fished, wrote
music and made notes of his
observations. At night he did not
carry lights because they
attracted sharks. His most feared
enemy was the swordfish. He
was afraid it might puncture his
inflated boat,

Dr. Bombord,
English, French,
and Greek,
books about
be of his

for one
said, He
must work

who speaks
Spanish, Latin
intends to write two
the trip. One will
experiences and the
‘atier will give hints to those
who are thinking of making
such trips. “I am no desperado
or adventurer. By making this
trip I set about to prove what
I have already written.” He
said that when in_ laboratories
he stated that man could live
at without fresh food and
water, and sailors who read this
statement scoffed at the idea. “I
have proved it. How do I look?
Don’t I look quite healthy and
well”, he asked.
He said that his
lost during the
the because
he would release
air and at night
place it, “But one
got was my repair
However, he had
it.
Dr.

sea



dinghy never
trip. During
of expansion
some of the
he would re-
thing 1. for-
kit”, he said
no need for

ail
day,

Bombord said “I shall
never ugain throw away food. I
have learnt how appreciate
it.” He smoked cigarette a
day.

“People
ships are
or

to
one

who go to sea in small
united, There is no

nationalities at sea
on an English yacht t
Palmas th was a_ party.
nt were twelve people of 11
ent nationalities, Everyone

politics
Once



was the other person’s brother
Dr. Bombord is the guest of
the Stanilands on the Nymph



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Fist boat “Baby Boy,”
which was destroyed by fire at
Crab Hill on September 27, is now
being replaced by her owner Mr.
John E. Griffith. “When my new ore
boat is completed I will not re-
name her “Baby Boy”. That name
is too unfortunate,” Mr. Griffith
told an Advocate reporter
Mr. Griffith was able to make
a start on his new boat with the
sum of money he received from a
fund which was opened by the
“Barbados Advocate,”’ He said that
he got $104.40 from this fund
Th money was handed over to
the Churchwarden of the parish i
nd he in turn parsed it on to \ =e
Griffith
The new boat will cost approxi-

mately $600. This includes material

and payment for labour
“I'am missing a good part of
the present fishing season and am

efor

working on my boat without being |

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paid,” he said. He hopes to launc h}

his new boat sometime in Febru- | Mygiene
ary next year.

Mr. Griffith formerly owned} . :
another fishing boat named Simply sprinkle
“Darine” which sank off South! ie rig a
Point in 1950. Today he has a ay a itata
few small boats and the ne

Ww fish- | leave overnight

~then flush.
*‘Harpic’s
cleansing action
disinfects and «
deodorises
where no brush

ing boat he is building.

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For Holiday | *Harpic’ is safe a a
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M': Student of Coimelaeten bake ee ene : Wh
lege, left for St. Vincent on Mon- | $0 septic: tanks. Whi)
ae y afternoon by B.G Airways to | ,
nd the Christmas holidays with |
ft le lends |
Also leaving by the same plane | '
for St. Vincent was Miss Vida| TH® SAFE LAVATORY CLEANSER
Abbott of Antigua who arrived |
from that colony on Monday |
morning. She will also be spend- |
ing the Christmas holidays with
her brother, Mr. Jackson Abbott, | Sire etic aie
a merchant of St, John's.
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In The Legislative | You pay no more
v e ,
Council Yesterday | won ehe

When the U@islative Council met yes-
terday, the following were laid |
MASSAC |
Repairs to the Mob nema Unit of |
the Department of Educaffon
Message from Her Royal Highness the |
Princess Royal regarding her proposed |
visit to Barbados |
DOCUMENTS |
1. Annual Report on the Local en
for the year 1951-52 |
2. Thelmportation of Animals (Prohibi-
tion) Regulations, 1952.
3. ‘The Importation of Animals (Prohib

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tion) Regulations (Application to
Poultry) Order, 1962. | \
4. The Foot and Mouth Disease (Pre- | r
vention and Spread’ Regulations, |
1952 °o
The Council passed two Resolutions to

trovide for supplementary
inder 15 heads for $1¢
#200 to provide

votes, ane
622 and the other
for electrical in



tallations at Government House
The Council passed a Bll to amend
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The Council adjourned sine dle after this airline has been
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The publishers of the Xmas Mirrer beg V8’ 406: 23.12.52—2n. i Wednesday, Sist eT ees Appeal services.” an official of the Brit- CDN. CHALLENGER Sore
to thank all their friends and well wish- i POL RY ove =~ avtehial Treabuser, St. Thaces:” | Stewards or stewardesses in ,. . ish Transport Commission said. NORTHBOUND Sails Arrives Sails rr\es Arrive
ser pts for the public stir rerrhey ead 24.12.52-—2n airlines? The question is No. To the Editor, The Advocate— The bus company think that the Demerara Barbados Barbados St. John Halifa
scripts tor the publication ry. reg stainaecitae : ie $IR ‘ ition Army’ r J 0) Dec. 23 . 4 De ; Jan
that owjig to lack of Commercial Sup- | ——— -- ~ Pye. = debating point among the inter- , 51%, The Salvation Army’s new scheme will prove to be EDN. GOnaTRUCTOR + io *P * re 15 J .
port they have been unable to produce POULTRY—11 new hampshire chick J NOTICE national airlines, Annual Soci Appeal is to pro- great advantage” to their passen- CDN. CHALLENtiER Jan, : 21 Jan, 29 Jan 31.
the r Mirror this year, but hope to make]10 days old cockerel B months all o Three years ago there w o Vide Christmas Cheer parcels for gers LES CDN. CRUISER 4 Feb 12 Feb i4
other effort next 24.12.52—1n.]of stock took 4 prizes at Exitibi eee ite obitns [Question ‘GP the = Luning Roe ne poor famili d-lrdats for heady — eaENee CDN. CONSTRUCTOR : 18 Fet 6 Fet
—— call 8550 after 5 pan 23.13.52—-2n e following are the results o} ne 20W Er oe ' ha > eo , CDN. CHALLENGER 2 4M 2M
qua Christmas Drawing which took place in| of the air girl But now some Children, and to assist the Salva- ~ CDN. CRUISER 7M I
2, > om : 22 | #. . ; : ian “DP UISE: 7M 18 N
€OR RENT | LIVESTOCK “ist, Pri Ticket." Ne gap | MiTHiNeS say | that the men are tion A Work prog British Planes EDN. CHALLENGER Mt Apr. id Apr. °19 Ay Apr. 't May
ate — 2nd No. 595 more efficient. during 3. Donations in cash . Apr i p \F \ la
ard No. 362 i switched e 1 clothing w > gratefully ; > grec we - wee
mOUERN COW on aed ton, teat iene ae ee | ice in eee atten Mah 100d Or cme weil be gratefully =A Flying On For farther partiewlars, apply to—
LS Apply Mr Joseph Smith, Montrose, 5th No. 489 rely > male stewards on its receivec Jonations should be ak
APAWIN fra ah mar y ik Tawar Christ Chureh 24.12. 52—in 6th No. 7% London-Paris route. addressed to The Salvation Army) 6é 7 s GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. —Agents.
Golprneva Rock avaiable * immédiatels - . %4.12,53—1n A ffi P.O, Box 57, Bridgetown, If un- The Cheese Run,
Dial 4100 23.12.52-2n MECHANICAL n official of the airline said: able to send your donation, Please Siting eee







FLAT & HOUSE
St. Lawrence On-Sea,

CAMERA—Argofiex F
200th second complete
carrying euse cali 8550

4 3 “Anistig gmat
with leathe:

after 5 p.m

23.12.52—2n.

fully furnished,
Phone 3503
29.3.52-

FARAWAY~—Fully

tin

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furnished 3 bed- —_— —
room house, St. Philip coast. Lighting| SINGER SEWING MACHINES and
plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2|others. Hand. Big $20. Values up—L.S.
Servant rooms. Monthly rent 960 plus| Wilson, Spry St. Dial 4069 f
$3 cleansing ch: IN ADVANCE. Dial 23.12.52.—2n
4476 1,11,52—t.f.n —_-——- — ;
HOUSE at Beach Gap, Hastings on MISCELLANEOUS» i
Seaside available Ist January, Dial 4100 T
or after business hours, Dial 8133 ANTIQUES — Of every description In Carlisle Bay
23.12 §2--2n. | Glass, China, old, Jewels, fine Silver
docienirespclanensns omprmeninasemetene —_—____——. | Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto- Schooners:—Franklyn D. R., Gita M.,
NEWHAVEN — Pully furnished 4-bea. | 6taphs etc., at Gorringes Antique Shor | Marea Henrietta, Sunshine R.. Emeline,
room house, Crane coast Doub'e Garage | ¢dJoining Royal Yacht Club. Turtle Dove, Lady Steadfast
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water- 3.2.52—-t fn | Marion Belle Wolfe Frances W. Smith,
roill sugp>ly. Monthly rent $78 plus $3 — - _ Motor Vessels:—-Moneka, Daerwood,
cleaning charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial CEREALS Shredded Wheat, Corn] Blue Star
4476. 2.11.52—t.f.n, | Falkes, all bran, Rice Krispies Oat- ARRIVALS \
ee ae a meal, “ Oatflakes in packages and tins §.S. Scholar, 4454 tots, from Dominica
YARD large walled in, oni Ist Feb 135 arley and Linseed loose. W. M. Ford] under Captain R. Myles Consigned to
ruary with shed formerly Barnes coop-|2 Roebuck St, Dial 3489 Da Costa & Co. Ltd
erage at Gill's House, Baxicr's Road | 12.52-—1n. S.S. Archangelos, 4380 tons, from Vir
Dial 8186. Norma Goodridge, Oistins —_ - —— |sin Islands under Captain Stracelakis
—23.12.52—1n DRIED FRUIT--Raisins, Prunes, Cher- | Consigned to Da Costa & Co. Ltd.
et ae sie Scene ries and Stoned Dates in packages M.V. Blue Star, 130 tons, from Nassau
W. M. FORD 35. Roebuck Street Dial Junder Captain D. Cheeseman. Agents:
WANTED 3489, 23.12.52--2n.) A. E. Harris & Co. Ltd z
mammconbranipaninancasntoccnartieent M.V. Daerwood, % tons, from St
“FREEZERS Ice Cream Freeers 2, 3, 4] Lucia under Captain J. C. Neilsen
jand 8 Quart at $14.87 up. Also Tee} Agents:—Schooner Owners Association
MISCELLANEQUS Cream Servers at $6.98. Ice Shredders at M.V. Moneka, 100 tons, from Dominica
| s2 25..G. W. Hutebinson & Co., tee podem i 4222. ne Schooner Owners’
WATCH DOGS—One or two strong | OM 23.18.09- bs ees

watch dogs, preferably 6 months old or |} GL ASSWARE-— At prices to suit every

Seawell







over, Colony Club, Dial 0107 Jone. Snaps » “Ye pt, Tumblers I4c.,
24 -12.62—3n | Decorated Tumblers 30c. Coasters Tec .
eee = ~ lAsh Trays 10c,, Candy Dishes 22c.. ARRIVALS BY LAY.
us ED POSTAGE STAMPS De ert Dishes 12c., Nut Dishes 12c., Pin iPr December 2ist
WANTED |Trays 25¢., Father Xmas Decors ed | I one onesie, 2. Meossies,
f stamps. } | Tumblers 0c. @ach. G. W. HUTCH ° suinand, ‘uinand, uinan
you with, merchand:se such as fountain SON & CO, LTD. Dial 4222 E. Guinand, L. Guinand,’ A. Bello, A’

pens, cameras, clothing. ete. will be sent 17.12. 52—3n | Bello, J, Morgan, 1.

in exchange. Send 300 or more stamps.



Pereira, A. Pereira
O. Dies:s, L. Diesis, A. Steigerwald, L.



oO 512, Pickens, OUR LAST “REDUCTION FOR XMAS Steigerwald, B. Steigerwald, E. Steiger-

Stiaituipet oA Vag a. 12.52-1n Vinolia Baby Soap from 20c. to 10e,} Wald, J. Plaut, E. Maut, R. Plaut, H.

- ma Sm nn pnt Chip Soap from 15c. to 10c, Barron, E, Clarke, P, Clarke, C. Mays,
Ino Soap from l5c. to We. Y. Kingsler, M, Carrero.

DEPARTURES BY L.A.V.
December 2ist
I, Muktans, R, Rojas, T. Rojas,
Brasa, R.Portillo, P. Ortega, B, Stolta
G, Coll, L, Coll,
Este, Ri. Salas, F. Salas, B. Gallitti,
ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA,
From St. Lacla—Dec, 22
Parkinson, Mary

Bu

now to make Xmas gifts. Kolght's
Ltd. 2

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SUBSCRIBE now to the Datly Telegraph
eueixe e leading Daily Newspaper now
rriving in Barbados by Air only a few
days after publication tn London. Contact
Tan Gale c/o Advocate fo., Ltd. Loca)
Representative. Tel. 3113,

John







°7,4.82-—t.f.n | Halon Parkinson, Claire Parkinson, War cruise ship from England.
ieeatpseinnianiihinaitioses Charles Clarke, Rufus Rinchi, Richard
STOVES & OVENS-—Make her a gift} Arincho. * mi —
for Xmas. 1, 2 and 3-burner stoves in rom Antigua—Dee, 2
table and floor models; also ovens at} G. Grossman, L. Cohn. In Touch ‘With Headed

























M.

r,

F. Este, A. Este, E

Parkinson,







: reduced prices. Auto Tyre Co, Trafal From Trinidad—Ree.
gar Street, Dial 2696 E, Williams, S. Farmer, BR. Clar! Oo
XMAS GREETINGS 21,12.52—3n. | Jeffers, T. Mahon, J, Mahon, L. Hardy.
-siehaeatciaiina 7 a S. Clark, G. Julian, C. Ciftentes, °Z.
;, SCALES--Counter Scales (Jacob Pat-]|Cifuentes, C. Sweeney, J. Pereira, N
Especially To You ftern) we:shing up to 14 Ibs, at $92.24.]N. Beale
G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd, Dial 4222 From Puerto Rico—Dec. 22
From.__ Your Gas Co. 23.12.52—2n | Frank Wilson, Edith Wilson, Albert
Siorent-no, Eileen Skeete, Barbara Bynoe,
nam sescncicennaranas STOVES Two Burner Falks } Matilda Newman, Muriel Massiah, Evelyn
Cookers and Twin Burner’ Beatrice} Wilkinson, Winifred Wilkinson, Harold
. Stoves. Laurie Dash & Co,, Tudor Street.] Griffith, Charlies Layne, William Maynard,
[ J til D 24th Phone 5061, Edith ‘Sealy, Louise’ Kippins, Lilian
n l ec, 18, 12.52—4n | Doreen Payne, Clementa Mottley, Bun-
———« jivan Forde, Frederica Hunte, Margery
Brown, Elizabeth Brown.
REMEMBER PUBLIC SALES DEPARTURES BY B.W.1.A.
For Grenada—Dec. 22
D. Harford, D. Malone, L. Kent, M.
FREE GIFTS Kent, D. Jackson, H. Jackson, R, Jack
son
7 For Trinidad—Deo. 22 }
REAL ESTATE D. Dougall, R, Bovell, O. Vaughan, C
Spend soe Cem or pore Carter, P prepnisee, ©, Ashby, “i.
on any day and get a piece HOUSE Situated on the beach ai| Bethel, H. Bethel, S, Bovell, D. Bovell,
of Phoenix Ware free. St. Lawrence. Apply to K. R, Hunte, iain We Desi, Barrow, C. MacMillan, B. |
i Kahne ele » 8137 or 4611 . sl, H. Pierrot,
The bigger the purchase the Telephone 19,12.82--t.t.0, | — edness ys 4
Better the Gift. When g.
AUCTION Gou cel
peer ny DULL-HEADED
a) eens HA on Down-hearted
Bolton Lane. By instructions received from the
Insurance Co,, I will seil on Tuesday;
December 30th 1952, at Messrs. Courtesy
Garage, Whitepark Road (1) 1950 A-40
Austin Car (damaged in aceldent).



Terms Cash, Sale at 2 p.m,

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auc- VINCENT GHIFFYTH,
Auetioneer,
tioneer and Real Estate 24. 12.52-—Sn.

' PERSONAL

The public are hereby w arned against
giving credit to my wife LILIAN PEL

Agent of Middle Street, begs





to extend to the people of










arbs > © ) ents (nee Greenidge) as I do not hold my
Parbados the compliment responsible for her or anyone else n-
~ ‘ tract.ng any debt or debts in my name v
of the Season with the hope unless by a written order signed by me, stem is cleared of and excess
CHARLES BENJAMIN PIERCE acids. You'll feel hetter—and ;
that they may have the cour- Richmond Main G 9
ee Pichia | Get Dodd's Kidney ro. ae
12.53—2n



age as they embark upon the



threshold of the coming year

to place their hands into the

Women's Self Help

The usual Xmas Cake sale will

hand of God and tread safe-

ly into the unknown. be held on Tuesday, December
23rd. M.nce Pies and Plum STATIO Y
on sale =

9 9459 __ Puddings will also be .
24.12.52.—1n ob see.

GBEYSTONE, HASTINGS

Just the little shop
in the village...

where the Best Books,
Stationery and Xmas Cards
are now on show’











ARLINGTON XMAS EVE

FREE
MENU

ENGRAVING

g —_——
‘ Chilled Tomato Juice
3 All pens bought from us Potage Noel.
® ; s
> wi ; Fillet of King Fish — 1 , *
% will be engraved with Meuniere. New Years and New
your name or initials free Braised Ham — Wine Sauce .
Salad. Luck and Life
of charge. Roast Turkey —- Savoury A Domeroe een ee
| Dressing. Now “everybody could be tree
~ 4 ake thir very s A be
See Your Jewellers Juge. in a Hur eS
Boiled Rice — Diced Fray for our Life Lord Jesus
Y ab Carrots. Keep than I trouble and y
e a e and worr
‘ i . : free
~ e LIMA i Candied Sweet or anne. God bless Us highest prosperity to
| , 7 . costéenee friend, Religi
Xmas Pudding —- Coupe me es
4 | nationality
a co., LTD, Arlington Al my members of Cathedral
| Derni Tasse Church, Rich or poor ¢ also
my enemies
20 Broad St. | Mints. Nuts. Raisins, pny
| 2 ‘ocktai sviben CHRIST PALACE
; Rum Cocktail Served T. CHATLANT
Marine Gardens. | $4.00 Hing Christie
. For Resérvations § Genpral Merchant
1N .
and at Greystone Village Phone 4730. Dial So. ae
OOOO: PES PPP IGOHDIO- PPOHHHOS GOR

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“Our airplanes on the route car- d

ial 2467 and an Official Collector As the bow doors of newl

4 H ervad with ee _ will call. landed car-carrying airplanes

ore hans Meee ina a Bagge Ph : iG found to be stacked high wit!

é & - Be. est - : $45 J /

ae ee quicker and | have more “H. S, J.” : 5.00 ee A — oar yp ee

Stamina for the job. Miss M. Laborde 1.00 Prance Rom ke ee ae
— transatlantic routes there Mrs. R. S. Japp On rance.

stowanimaet’ stewards than DaCosta & Co., Lid. 25.00 The cargo carried by the silver-

. Law Mrs, Maude Phillips 2.00 painted 14-ton Bristol 170 air-

hb. Queen’s College 20.00 planes is expensive and perishable

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Total and Napolean Camembert cheeses
é ¢ s x
Next Tourist Sesion WALTER MORRI ~ . their way to shops and hotels SOUTHBOUND %
ALTER MORRIS, throughout Britain. “a * Sailing ce ar 31s ‘
Will Be Shorter Snr. Major S.S. COP OMREE ait oe eg “ae 4 anh %
2 Divisional Commander Each Week-End whee ad, La Guaira, uracao, ena ar %
amaica. §
@ From page 1. ——_—_—___—_. Car we transported a . %
re : ars ansported all the NORTHBOUND 5
However as far as ships cruises RATES OF EXCHANGE week trom the former front line . » He Aaa Bes ‘ »cemt 1952 B
g0, the season promises to be the viii on 1c airfield at Lympne, near Folke- S.S. “DE SEAe, Sailing oe r, 1952 %
E 23, 1952 ‘ ; i } a g we Havre p
aot post war season. This year Selling NEW YORK Buying wie a4 . Paes, PU geek Se ’ ; 4
there are going to be 20 calls from '! ‘/!%" P® Cheques on yeek-enc 1e~=—r_ skilled, ex- S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing Jz y 1ith 95% >
unkers 70 , , a > . Bhat, Pe De é g January llth, 1953 v
cruise ships, which began with the Sate co 70% F pilots employed by Silver City For Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Southampton »
arrival of the Brazil during the Demand Drafts 69 8/10% P acy begin the “Cream Cheese and Le Havre. %
middle of the month. Touris; /! 7/1®% Pr. Cable un. »
sor Lcaerae ss Sy 70 2/10 Pr. Currenc 68 5/10% ¥ 5
ships will continue to call until F Coupo 67 B10" I The cheese leaves the factories ACCEPTING PASSENGERS, CARGO AND MAIL >
about the middle of April. i Silver * P in France on Friday and, thanks 3
CANADA i ay and, thi ‘
Compared with the past two 4/10) Pr. Cheque to split-second timing and co- y
years when there were tires calls =< 15610" Pr. operation between the Airways R, M, JONES & Go., LTD.—Agents %
in 1980—51, and 8 in 1951—52 Drafts. and British Road Transport, it is ; PHONE 3814 %
the number of calls byftruise ships | petri oer eam Saree available to the general public 0S SOS SOG EB EBE ES ECBO DSSS ONO OLE OODBSOLOE
show a marked increase. riaisha aie ERICA i iid% pe. 88 far afield as Scotland and the
, Coupons: 434 10°. pr Channel Islands on the following
Tomorrow, the Niew Amsterdam 56°) p; Silver" thr Monday. , “TES.
arrives with cruise passengers, and 7 Pa
there will be the usual organised
tours through the island and visits
to,places of historical interest.) = (GOVERNMENT NOTICES
The third ship, the Empress of |
Scotland, arrives with 342 intran-! ¢ e
sit tourists, ssengers who 7 : E rhe) WATER PH i it
will eicdoiae take Hee apsival | The Pubile are hereby notified that any poultry, carcasses of

marks the arrival of the first post | Poultry or hatching eggs leaving this Colony for Trinidad must be





| accompanied by a Certificate of Health issued by a Ve terinary Officer
at |of the Department of Agriculture.

24.12.52,—1n.














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| - .
and of vering
| TENDERS e p r 9 ea de ; ’
Coaltal Stati | ERS FOR CANE CROPS, PINE PLANTATION, 1953 ro locum: 6 ee :
on Offers*are invited for the purchase of cane to be reaped during titsiah Ghearaine Be
CABLE & WIRELESS (West Indies) | 1953 from 1193 acres of Government land at the Pine Plantation, 2 a high standard flat { desired
Ltd. advise t y can w com-/S ‘hae! eer side , H, ay wea a “i =
untoa gi per telowine ships | St. Michae It is estimated that the yield from*this acreage should | Io
through their Barbados Coast Stations } be in the vicinity of 3,300 tons of cane. “Couey wt STOCKED BY ALL THE
S.S. Ro Dos Siros, s.s. Alcoa Pega- | F
sus, 8.8 "ealasish 5. "Grigarics, 3.8 Tenders should be submitted to the Director of Agriculture, Sop : LEADING STORES
con Ranger, S.s. De Grasse, 5.5. | P.O. Box 505, not later than the 10th of Jan 195 ole manufacturers ;
Hawk, s.s. Tapajoz, &.s. Fernwood, 8.5 ’ . ‘ f January, 1953, and should
Stella’ Polaris, s.s. Nieuw, Amsterdai, | State terms and conditions of price, delivery, ete, e SISSONS BROTHERS & CO, LTD MULE, ENG
».s, Samana, 8.5. Hornsund, s.s. Orion- | x neeminichenrnensnao eeeoernen a Ris
Libs, 3.5 savas Suman 8 Ps ei ee 24. 12.52—2n.
dale, s. coa Polaris, 5.8 ueen Oo - ee s :
Harmiidh, 38. Bente Marsk, ns Brith F ‘se Barbados Co-Operative Cotton Factory. Plantations Ltd.
s. Rio De & ¢ ‘ai
Plata, gino Minaya, ee oe me at er your family depends o on you T. Herbert Ltd. C. F. Harrison & Co. (B'dos) Ltd.
s. S. Paula, 8.5, Alcoa Clipper, 8.3. | A. Barnes & Co Ltd. Carter & Co.
Geean Monarch, 5.8 S. Velino, a i" â„¢s .
Bera, . Arneta, s.s. Tacito, s.s am, | 4
eres ee Arete einnk ws’ Dingvan,| Your health and strength mean-a .
s. Mylla, s.8, Marco Polg, s.s. Same- | , ttle, Wr ote
iand, i Guitbird, vue, Rosario, $8. | lot to your family. See that your :
British Marsuis, ss. Patella, s.s. Al- diet is right and good. Take Cod { We Wish Our
wak!, €.8. aurt Liver Oil daily, SevenSeaS 3 3 = ;
$$9OO56506. Pure Cod Liver Oil is b satlibeeg Customers & Friends
Nature’s finest food. { iy 4

And

It's
the big event is —

THE
ANNUAL SINGING
CONTEST

New Year Day.

KENSINGTON OVAL
Which Choir will win the
First Prize of

$80.00

TEST PIECE —

“I Sing the Birth was Born
To-night.”

Previous Winners are —
1946—Cave Hill
1947—Chapman Lane
1948—New Orleans
1949—Chapman Lane
a
1851—Chapman Lane
1952 —Belleplaine
1953—? 4





Choirs _ this
Simon's, Beth-
Y.M.U.C,

Competing
year are:—St.
any, Sherbourne,
Orange Hill, New Orleans,
Kings Park Choral Group,
Eagle Hall Collegian, Hope



E ae AND 31 ‘;CEMBER, OUR OFFICE AND WORKSHOP
Road, Belleplaine, Glory WILL BE OPEN AS USUAL FOR BUSINESS.
Waves, Eagle Forte, Village
Bells, Rock Hall, Chapman
Lane, Ellerton, Shorey ,, ep Eee” Y ‘mn
Unity, Speightstown, White ¢ oO iy ns) GARAGE
Hill Unity, Bourneville, Thite
Bright Star, Mundane, White Park.
Edgehil) University, Can- | POSS SSO OOO OS PPS POPES SOSSSPSE SEL LPP PPA EPPS TO
adaville Durham, Acme
Singers.

Come to Kensington on
New Year Morning

GATES open at 7 clock
Competition starts at 8
o'clock

4 i -rog e ~ m * » oe :
Admission by Programme Stock Taking from Monday 29th December, 1952 uutil bd
30 cents each. M s ann" S
Monday, 5th January 1953. s
On Sale at Miller Br |
53 Swan Street or at FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. }|s
53 Swan Street or at the ° =

Gates
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NOTICE

. WE BEG TO ADVISE OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE
GENERAL PUBLIC THAT OUR SPARES DEPARTMENT
WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKING ON 29TH, 30TH










NOTICE

We beg to advise our Customers and the General
" . .
Public that our Spares Department will be closed for



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HAMS 30 02. tins 442 4.00 YARDLEY’S PRODUCTS
FANCY BISCUITS ROSES (1.47 1.20

FLORAL 1.56 1.20 GOYA PRODUCTS
Limited Quantity TOYBELLS ', 35 1.76 PONDS PRODUCTS
TAPESTRY 1.75 140

ie ‘ Lae D. V. SCOTT & Co., Ltd. at all Branches extend to all

for: 3 ° ; :
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ne today that there i 1 strong suspicion that
< f thought who favour C, De Peiza, the Empire
ur for batsman a in opening batsman f the
ng fixture with the Indian team
r on the progression it further suggested that if this
would relieve the cricket powers that be from the
ying Cammie Smith, the logical, legitimate opening
Marshall, and so make room f yne of the |
KNOW BARBADOS
Â¥ I i not know my Barbados wel! enough I! ould at once
ry cing a figment of lurid imaginatior







ms of the past, not differing entirely
are ever before me.
ve De Peiza every credit for his performance
n of the B.C.A.—B.C.L. fixture when he topscore;
f 105 required in on hour's time by the B.C.A. in orde:
ld win the fixture?
B.C.A. did win and much of the credit could be justifiably
De Peiza. However by no stretch of the imagination
nticed 1
ren in hich he ha? had to deputist as an opening bats-
1an he is not one) that this should constitute a valid excuse to
ey ar pening batsman of the calibre of young Cammie Smith

PLAYED GASKIN WELL

Smith open last year to Berkeley Gaskin in B.G. and he is
f playe vhom I have see
igers past mid off and extra cover, therefore
leg » theory useless,
? icket-keeper in Barbados today who can challeng:
yb ¢ wicket-keeper and that being the case there
n m entirely out of his element and making
owling, in addition to robbing the
cricketer whose place in the island







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CYCLING IDEA
pe L, sl stion has been
a f ard by the National ;
overcome |
difficulties in the
London road race.
When thi race was held in
i847, the riders had to endure a ;
t cross-channel boat trip. '%

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resuime the race, Vv. L. MANJREKAR

BRITAIN'S LAWN TeahiS PLAYERS FOR BRAZIL

AN PARTRIDGE, of Birmingham, and Helen Fletcher, of

Res I yshire, two of Britain’s brightest lawn tennis prospects
k left for Brazil. There, they will compete in the South
Championships. Miss Partridge will be remembered for









t she put up at Wimbledon against Maureen Connolly

, 3—6, 7-5, 5-—7. Miss’ Fletcher a left hander, has gained

mast ier notable successes in doubles play. Partnered by Jean

\inkel-Quertier she beat Louise Brough and Maureen Connolly twice
iis year,

PRIDE OF EAST LONDON
SAMMY McCARTHY, the 21-year-old Stepney featherweight, is
WJ alwa guaranteed a welcome when he fights. For Sammy, the



has probably the largest following of any boxer
t week he celebrated his coming-of-age with his first

He beat Jim Kenny, the Scot, on points, and there
indred of his supporters to cheer the victory. Ten of
‘McCarthy” too. They were Sammy's father, three
isters. The only member of the family missing was
never watches him fight

W.I. In Australia

ROBERT GREGG, c/o Barclay’s Bank was the winner
of the Quiz run on this page on the results of the West
Indies tour of Australia 1951-52.









Miss Rosalind Hudson of “Pendle”, Pine Hill was the
next correct entry opened and she has been awarded a





consolation prize. C : Oleandrin, a really nice colt, is
: juarter mile, * :
vi 2 can call at the 2. What was the average [eee I 3 lb Friends We Wish
advo 10 am. today for a’ Answer:—41.72, | Allowing for the » _ SOx
Cricket Crusaders as his| 3. Who headed the Australian | concession the two fillies Bebe
(iy inion i ated ty Ce batting “averages Se] Bowmen Of Emgland ("suit esata, | ee
t at this time as well so that | came tour, | , » bevter ar Nearula
can be presented with a copy of Answer:—A, L. Hassett } Tessa Gillian equal to him, A Happy Christ as
he Young Cricketer’s Manual”. | n ,
: Ss ae si 4. What was the averag | Go Under Cover | Of these three lovely _ fillies
. Surprising Answer:—57.42, | ee f nde. Bebe Grande being out of a
i s surprising the amount of! 5, How many centuries in First | ,,2R!TISH_ arenery is just com-| Panorama mare might not have e



at entered the competi- | Class G
‘ ass Games did the Wes Ss
m and who submitted correct | score, Peon
‘ Miss Jean Lewis of{ Answer: Seven
nd Miss K oO. Norris; 6 How *many were scored
the Garrison, for | against them.
| Answer:—Six.




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of these competitions sub- 7. What was the best first
tted a correct entry, but this | wicket partnership by W.. bats-
: among the first opened. | men in the Tests,
eral cricket fans submitted! Answer:







rong entries slipping up on! 8. Who -were the batsmen
nall points on which ladies were! Answer:—-Stollmeyer and Mar-
! strong shall,

Here are the querries with the! 9. How many runs did Ring



yrrect answers jand Johnston put on for the
Who headed the W.I. First | tenth wicket in the second in

Batting Averages for the!ings of the fourth Test at Mel-}





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(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Dec. 23.
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remedy failures in the recent series and make a big score

against South Africa in the Second Test beginning here | RE
tomorrow.

It is time that recognised bats-

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ofthe NF £ players are in danger of missing .
the trip to England next summer.

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wateh the Argentine inder | Brisbane with threat trouble and ° ll h

actual match play conditions lost half a stone in weight Un appreciate ut a t e more

* demonstrated his full recovery in ] lt

The Football Association is al"0) 9 recent club match. :

tudying reports they receive on When opposition drew level oe

the standard of refereeing in with two wickets left Miller took

South America which will be aM} the ball and bowled, the last two

important phase during the tour. batsmen with successive deliveries ’

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(Wren Ou ~areenhatent) | year-olds.
I m Our Own Correspondent The gratifying point about this
KINGSTON, Dec, 23. Free Handicap (which is run
The greatest team of United|oyer seven furlongs next April) ,
States track stars ever to com-jjs that several of the top dozen
pete in a track meet outside|have a fair measure of stamina GREETINGS
World Olympics or AAU Cham-jjn their breeding.
pionship will run against Jamaica! $ince they have speed as well oe an
track stars in the International! there might be a good classic a Lie
meet beginning Christmas Day | three-year-old among. them. y
and ending on January 3, For the last tew years §s0
many of the crack two-year-olds
Arriving last night were Mal| have been by Panorama, Den-
Whitfield, Harrison Dillard, Regi- | turius and other sires of Z
inald Pearman, Roseoe Brown, | sprinters.
Milton Campbell and Jim Gath-| Nearula, who ran only twice,
ers while jAndy Stanfield, the js given top weight on the
| fastest man on earth is scheduled strength of his runaway win in
;to arrive Saturday this week.) the Middle Park Stakes, where
| 3 : |he outpointed Novarullah, Cyrus
| The team started to work out the Great and Oleandrin.



| today at Sabina Park where the} Noyarullan, too, was having
jmeet will be held shaping up! his second run that day, but he i > r
for Jamaican Arthur Wint, Herb had not made much’ improve- T All Our
McKenley, George Rhoden, Les- ment since his first outing. ' 0
lie Lang, Byron LaBeach and| Cyrus The Great has a re- x
others not so well known. ;markably bad action. I am told] %
| he went wrong after racing on 5

British Honduras will be re- aed ‘ - ~
presented by Herbert Longs- Ms hard going at Royal: Ascos

worth in the 100 and 200 metres
and Raymond ‘Cattoust in the

Customers and

he recovers his action he
,should be a good sprinter.



pleting its mest successful season the stamina of the others.

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ESTABLISHED 1895

Sixty-two

Doctor Proves Man Can Live

On Rain Water And Raw Fish

TWENTY - EIGHT - YEAR
OLD Olain Louis Bombord, a
French heart specialist, has
proved to the world that man





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not been carrying any food.
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can live on plankton, rain stretch of brown coarse sand rations because of the hazards +B ama 5 |
water and raw fish for over be eae See Tahiiees’ he might encounter. These ® f 8 ;
two months. Dr. Bombord}] it is everiooked by. two 40 ft. ||rations were in a sealed tin &- e'°
landed at Stroud Bay, St. Lucy |} cliffs known to fishermen as || and would last for 30 days. | #.- 4 ts te Be
yesterday in -a~ horse-shoe| A Aa ar oll a = Me mm |Before receiving them Dr. |
shaped rubber dinghy, after!] (a with or cae atin a ee Bombord promised that he|

| taking 62 days to cross the home of 12 fishing boats once would not open them during |

launched for the season, these
boats seek shelter at Speights-
town, as the sea off that part
of the coast is generally
rough.

|the voyage. On arrival at|
Stroud Bay he opened the tin
of rations in the presence of
large crowd. He then dis-
tributed the contents.
He said: ‘‘This crowd wit-

| Atlantic from Las Palmas to

Barbados.

The dinghy, L’Heretique, |
bought from the French Air-
force is 15 ft. long and five ft



wide. She weighs approx-| books on navigation which he nessed the opening of the tin
imately 200 lbs. and averaged] kept in water tight bags. After! and can tell anyone that the |
a speed of 50 miles a day, On| he bought the dinghy he made |yations were untouched, What
board, Dr. Bombord had aja few alterations before set- better proof should I need|
radio, two lucky charms, | ting out on the trip than a_ large crowd of!
i emergency rations, charts, a Dr. Bombord took on the strangers’? |
compass sextant, pen and'emergency rations at Casa- @ On Page 7

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| Xmas Crisis

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ifteen Drowne er Leaping | Pants, Des 2
| A President Vineent Auriol began
| a rying to patch up France's
e a | i Government b it look-
rom Wrecke ruise Liner |i hS"0 mus
‘ | nother Cabinet crisis for Xmas
| ‘ Premier Rene Pinay after nine
| - BEIRUT, Dec. 23 ineasy months in office resigned in
N . RISHOP TO PREACH | THE heroic captain of a motor launch rescued single- | = ee ae a on a
handed some 150 wrecked French passengers from the | S2UON@ Assemiy, oe ;
Next Tourist . i some 1 vted after Roman’ Cathole
| CHRISTMAS DAY liner Champollion bringing ashore all the remainir movement party refused to back
3 ! { ssenpers 1 the first of three confi-
His Lordship Bishop G. L, passengers, im in b
| Season May G. Mandeville will preach |! The launch made three desperate trips to the side ot] dence votes on the 1953 budget
ae, | at 11.00 a.m, on Christmas the liner in raging waves, and passengers including women The first man summoned by
e Shorter Day we sue a. er | with babies in their arms climbed down rope ladders into} Auriol as he began his efforts to
- a - e He eu a sit | the boat and were carried to shore where they clambered | cut: short the crisis was Gaston
The feeling xy hotel an { eve. an ee ewred ¥ f wee ‘ with joy Monnerville, President of the
Ai tr lh egal pe Neer tei eo preach at 9 o'clock. out weeping with joy. French Senate and member of
| gers is that the coming tourist} The Services beginning Ati ch Vial} abewentad. ane further he right of centre Radical Party
liast, althou hth S pe seas Sees: SOrmigus. ate. a8 | re song tatie vo the motor 1 launch | Monnerville is normally consult-
| last, althoug ere will not be any follows: eSCUC 8 DB) > ‘ D t 2 : Sp ee . goat
appreciable drop. Indications mt SY, MICHAEL'S CATHEDRAL and it was feared the remaining ‘ire es SUrOYS d by the ‘ pief Ree 2
| that the season will be shorter, Midnight Xmas Eve crew might not be saved until E CUES ene See
: Sung Eucharist He also is an expert on constitu-
; | Miss Joan Kysh, Secretary of the Christmas Day tomerrow—Hero of the rescue Yactor eras }
j | Barbados F ublicit'y Committee she) *o am, A Christmas Service was a Lebanese sailor Captain B.
“ ie te yesterday that from ao po Sion Radwan, akipper of a launch | Aged Eduard Herriot speaker
4 {replies received on bookings from $ém. Gung Bucharist & Ser which pilots ocean going ships BERLIN, Dec. 23. f the. National Assembly and
5 the various hotels, it does seem | mon, (Preacher The Dean.) into Beirut harbour, Iso a radical, was not in Paris,
that this coming season is not as | ll a Matin & Sermon | West Berlin fire brigades stood informed sources aid he would
{ promising as it might be. It would | (Preacher The Lord Bishoy | After it was discovered that the| idle to-day on the border adja- einige «Sibel & Auriol on iis
jappear as if it is going to be a! Gunde Mave’ plenieht , Waters off the reef where hn nek Beg tg, ly yo eturn this afternoon
The 15 ft. rubber dinghy “L’Heretique” at Stroud Bay yesterday with the French tri-colour flying from short season, This time last year, Sune Buchérist, Champollion lay were top shallow | 1), Walls. “We are not allowed] Monnerville emerged from the
the stern. jalthough the majority of tourist | 5 cm: Mee Ennion for the British cruiser Kenya to} ))° ss the border unless East lf-hour talk at the Elysees
Inset is Dr. Bombord, a French heart specialist who crossed the Atlantic from Las Palmas to Bar- {did not come until the beginning 9 am. Sung Bucharist & Ser enter and attempt a rescue German authorities call us for a alace and told waiting newsmen
bados in L'Heretique in n 62 days, during which time he lived on plankton, rain water and raw fish, of the year, on the whole, ther« mor A |Radwan volunteered to try alone sistance,”’ firemen said the President is in process of
" -—-— | were more people staying in the ei ve Miles Radwan put his engine at full Fire broke out this morning in| reflecting on the problem which
M 4 f ~ | island during December than Sung Eucharis throttle took the wheel, and went|the Berlin suburb of Staken, er delicate * wo already
in \ Sno storms there have been this year to date + Christmas Day through the seas to the Champol- | divided by a boundary into part (CP. & P.)
} | W She pointed out that it would 8 am. Holy Communion likin its back broken and heeling|of the British sector and part of
Ss | {however be difficult to give any a over at a 59-degree angle, As he) the Soviet Zone eat
| 4 Ty true indication because late book- jcame alongside crew member :
; German eyewitnesses aid the
e e e | Stop Work ings may be received later a |threw him ropes and he secured | . 5
i acto : a aow
Fr ane Diseuss d G@ome of the hotels. are already Police Halt | his small craft to the side | pig = erates Gidee cenoreen |
fairly heavily booked, and the ; a Shed F
. Pr 7 Earder sixty frantic passenger: East German policemen put a tight P
x on > OS | INNISBRUCK, Austria, Dev, 23. majority of furnished apartment e t rs ,
; CAIRO, De C 23 caer ane oF ear Lan Siseiees ate alee bose’ Christmas and crewmen leaped in panic from | ompeon a he = as Shopping
The first Arab-Asian Conference outside the U.N. cop-' or new Avalanc hes halted the|Those which have not yet been the tilting decks o» the wrecked | Ni ational Steel © on stridetion works
vened here today to discuss measures to be taken against’ grim task of identification of 23| fully booked, anticipate — that eaean Sethe y ents 300 yards from Pussia controlled before Xmas
France owing to her policies in Tunisia and Morocco. victims of the worst mountain | bookings will be made at maint ay prising a ne at tal eee ey a Staken Airfield :
. . _ * . x are ice J i reac, $ ve ph cies >
India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Iran, Afghanistan and Ethiopia erariga lies ae DaRy ad cad |than 200" yatds away. UP,
represented by their diplomatic envoys in Cairo will join], Jaq wanes Bae ie Will Go To U.K. NEW YORK, Dec.
DlocKec many roads é rE } The ‘ . er |
seven Arab League delegates in a meeting under the}from Ariberg to Innsbruc Police said four alleged Cuban | The British cruiser Kenya
Ch I A F Ministe Fa by REdure rom — erg o nnsbruck,| Hotel managess are of the opin- | revolutionists planned to use =| reached the scene at 11 a.m, but
: aia rn up of ‘ cting Foreign Minister Fathy Radwan.]Austria were running as much ion that many of the North Amer-| surplus U.S. Navy rescue boat to/the great hopes that had been
Vij: seinaclas % wf oe y 4 [ore Seem as as three hours late, jican holiday seekers Who may carry guns and bombs from Miami, i built on rescue attempts were & ¢
€ « zaks m a id 1 i .
roa ‘ { £ i want to visit England during the, Florida, to Havana. : shattered when it was found that
to arrive over the week-end t fPoc: KET CARTOON ; Main y road from Arlberg to| Coronation celebrations next June} The four arrested Icst Friday as (the vaters off the reef where the
participate in the final stages of by OSBERT LANCASTER Tyrol was closed and traffic on will not want to spend two vaca-|ringleaders in an alleg ged plot broken’ backed liner was halite
the deliberations pe Sa impertant roads was! tions, and will in all probability | against Cuban President wee | were too shallow for the warship
Anti-French sentument here hé Owe own to a crawl, | delay their holiday so that they; clo Batista were to aver ‘to enter
been rising following the signin In Munich, Germany, thej can go to England. | Seer var aa Se Ser Pp fiat ania
s z wing ; a ’ A R. | sessio y ‘ Ss. J assenger list issued at exan-
aS articles of the Fr nen re- bang 4 au eee mzage.| @ On Page ee Gena a Oe dria, the ships last vise of call
rm programme by the Bey of ite avalanches dange n S- | in this New Yor ity suburb said ,, e tragic voyage er .
Tunis which Arab opinion inter- pite Wendelstein and a number of | Jose Duarte, 35, had arranged to |\) a “Eee ae oe oes
preted evidence of France wher areas. It warned that the L L buy the 63-foot Navy Air Rescue| () eet ‘a spdend
7 Christmas pilgrims aboard show-
“Tron nd” policies in. Norts janger would increase if the sud~ | {boat formerly named Lady Ruth} ci icin wore seven children or
Africa. | den thaw melted the huge snow} J II for $20,000 to carry arms to) ee ’ ‘ 4 children on
aves iA ; | masses that fell last week. Now In amaica ‘Cuba for a Christmas Day upris-| 4 hip. Of ae yt Peat ae
AND BEL Eee aS ee —U. ing against the Cuban >Govern-| 4 were women and 52 men. Of a
at the recent U 1 Assem- , or KINGSTON, Dec, 23 | oats {t was learned that the | total of 318 aboard, some 160 had
bly session in Ne fork to iS ~~ ae ‘ a8 sing converted from | been saved by midday
aiden oes n h | y in North . . The new Principal of the Uni-| Y nage ee ee ae 2
Africa . : \ Thirteen Die In versity College of the West Indies | high speed vessel capable of car- Of the 318 persons who sailed !
The Arab League 11 Com- | arrived in Jamaica today 10’ .Jiny more than two truckloads of | from Alexandria best estimates
mittee has be he during the Plane Collision assume his post on January 1. Ac- | armeg and ammunition seized in a; were that 18 were dead, about 200
past week to discuss the situation | . : companied by his qs and tW0)raid on a vacant gasoline station | Saved and some 100 crew mem-
in both North Africa and SEOUL, Dec. 2. daughters, Dr. W. G. Grave trav-| here Friday U.P. bers still remained aboard the
Palestine.--U.P. Fifth Air Force said a Greek|Piled_ out in the company of} broken hulk
Air Force C 47 evacuation trans. Sit Raymond Priestly, M.C. a | —U.P.





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Itali Fishing issue X certificates and plane at an air base in western |Which meets January 12 to 15.| DEAD IN CRASH
ian ishing save one all this fruitless Korea last night killing 13 per. |and was met at the pier by Chief | y 4 a ite = an vt )
} research ?”’ sons. Justice Sir Kenneth O’Connor, | VERONA, ITALY, Dec, 23 | e roop {
Boats Forced Into | One crewman of the Royal| U.C.W.I. Vice Principal, Hon. P. | Eight people were believed} ,
y } he Hellenic air force plane survived. \M. Sherlock, U.C.W.1. Registrar | | es hei an bhp ne two re 0 ud it
. P 1 oy e . Twelve others aboard the twin |Hugh Springer and other members coaches Muan enice rain
Yugoslavia ‘ort 1 Charlie Chaplin engine transport and the pilot of|of the Faculty. [crashed off the tracks at 50 mph |
5 the unidentified Allied plane Dr. Grave said on arrival “the! outside Verona today. B bed Ai h
ROME, Dec , Y 7 Soa able| = were fecovetes m ato 1, }
The Foreign haan Dec f Goes To Geneva vere killed. University College should be able ; Two bodies were rer over { oO Si LD pe \
gating reports that 25 Italian; The crash. took lace at 6.30, contribute a great deal to the | early this afternoon and police | ff
fishing boats with 150; men} ROME, Dec, 23. {p.m Whee | Asnieetihad a plane | Wants and needs of Jamaica and|said they feared six more were | SEOUL Dec. 2: \)
eboard wer: r picked up off the} 1arlie Chaplin left Rome for|crashed into jhe transport. which | \the whole of the British West , still under tons of debriy, : | United States warplanes blasted 2S, Ti 1es ii}
coast of Yugoslavia “Sur i n t Gene to-day after a three-day|was on the ground : Indies. It should be able to train} An emergency call to Verona|a huge Communist troop centre i)
by five Yugos lav gum boats andjstay in the in capital. Before{ The transport was” an air oc who will be useful in the, and nearby towns brought Red oear Chaerong in north-east Korea
forced into a Yugoslavian port. he left he said he would be return-| evacuation plane but it was not| different tasks that have to be Cross Ambulances and nurses,| destroying 40 buildings and leav- or e as
ji o the United States. “I have] immediately known if the passen.|undertaken here and will, I hope | police, firemen and volunteers to} ing the whole area a ma of 4 i}
The reported m eizure’ WaS!, +o-entry permit and I intend to| gers were battle casualties. The| very much, be more and more the|the spot — rescue work began fla nes and columns of smoke The i)
the latest of a long series of tuse it” he told reporters who ask-| cir foree board opened an inves-|centre of learning and research in’ within a few minutes of de | attack came — shortly after Fo ily Cars i
almost wee peeveen' leq about his plans. In September, | tig igation —U.P. the British Caribbean area.” / ment, “ | Shooting Stars smashed the Red
Italian fish d Yugo-!>" “ "Stat G i ae > . _--— —_ air base at Pyongyang, capital of )
: mia. coast 1s both ¥ ited pian rem y b ancl North Korea from which the Reds
before and after the expiration ames MeGranhery ordered an. in= v believed to have been carry-
lust spring of ing accord |@uiry into whether the British | ing out an intensified campaign ©
between the two comedian should be re-admitted. | ‘ranee a ac LPOTESL | over Atics tront tine positions.
ss ~ | Last nis ee Chi sg bi aba da 9 | Four Sabre jets roving North| \
ae Teck ‘ : , . remiere a Korea to block off the Red
Chioggia big Ital a nae I li attended by} LONDON Dec. 23 | ington, had actually been handed | con oo to I9Â¥ee agrmertow ap attempts to tntanoent fighter bomb-
Venice reporte: hearing President I c i of Ital Britai has the backing of | over. the McCarran Act would create juclled with eight Red MIG
messages from the fishing boats anq 11 mir ‘ Peainee. ‘tals and other European! France protested against the for hippins companit Met te sending one of them viineind
Rosanna and Santa Maria Sunday | +,,;, f » It C Governme n her protest against|new regulations last Friday and | State Department has made t)y) ta earth URGING ~
night that five x P - 4 f nen ng the new United States immigration | Italy, Holland, Sweder ur clear that immigration authoritie = PT ed
boats were forcit See See a egulatio ffecting seamen, &@| Norway are believed here to be, have no alternative but Today's claim, plus thre Pht es oul ‘ aa © ogre
4 ‘ g £ : 1 | ‘ ve ‘ ave no alterna oday aim hree pre- 1h aterm yom §7IN& CLE
Yugosla ¢ ho qu ¢ British Foreign Office pokesman | contemplating the seme courss out the regulations approved jou y confirmed 1 Fifth . GARDINER AU: 7] ACL
The t rye sid t | ther ] he iid here toda Congress Airforce brought the December ” Agents
the Rtas 'th t the "93 ac m.- | ber N t\It oc- He could not y whether the These protests follow three The McCarran Act provide t | toll of Red jets to 42. The ground .
panyii , fishing sr without |} ial formal note of the protest au-| weeks of informal discussions i ill Non United State ‘ var .was quiet except for scat
tadios were 23 mil m tt r ed thorised to be delivered yester-| which the Washington é De-| must be carefully questioned re actions. Temperature
Â¥ ugosla\ ff pe Prorn e of er ever the jd t Sir Christopher Steel,| partment acknowledge the difficul-| Immigration offi 1 fore ( o 13 degrees above
gore. —U.P. sason for Ror —U.! rge Daffaires in Wash-/ ties of th Ww regulati , illowed ore UP zero U.P,
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W a3 Armstrong, Priv | For every egg: | tablespoonful | Christmas Parties, 5.09 p.m. Ht Hall's :
ZooreeMvetnitten: Wook en | Butter 3 lb; Flour i ib; Sugar | of sugar; 2 tablespoonfuls of White | (yest NMR" pn ti nn A
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ib; Candied peel 4 lb; Sultama %' wine or Marsala; | liqueur glass; — ak

jip. Egg yolks 3; Eggs 4; % tea+|of rum.
spoonful baking powder: Wh.te of

this_morning at 9 o’clock

Barbadians On Holiday

pm, Secttish Magasine, 6.16 Easy to nse — simply mix with water
' eottish. 2 f

LOBES PSF OOT POOLE ELV LL LPL AE

Cream, Green, Blue, White, Sunshine & Buff ;
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""INHREE Batbadia! te A eggs. | Take a small saucepan and put ee ie a ecanaiinee eréa, x
‘1 + a oe rs - a ae t one egg yolk at a time, the @orre-|7 co p.m The News, 7.10 p.m. Hons
ome trom Canada yesterday Work the butter in a m ning sponding. quantity of sugar and ewe Fron raitain MA |
> T.C t ao \s . 17.15 p.fh Calling the West nde
are be zc A, eeu |bowl with a w60den spoon. Add wine ot Marsala. Add the liqueur | 745 "le. fre Bi) * fous
holiday wi eir retatives we a . - 5



slowly the Sugar, the eggs, the eg | glass of rum at the @nd. Put the | <—
jyolks, the four, the sultana, the saucepan in a bigger shucepon | a Care's, 7.88 pARL The Fret
| candied peel and finally the pinch] which contains hot water. utd act” Pa J an ge TR lage
jof salt and the baking powder. | everything on the fire beafing the | Christmas Partes)) 8.15 p.m. Radio |
| Then add the whites of eggs which | sapaione with a whip. The egg! Newsr el, 8.30 p.m The Happiest Days |

you hav ate » of Your e, 10.00 p.m e New's, 10.10 |
| ave beaten until stiff. Butter will first become frothy and then | wy Bian Sa eade x 15 m A

. ke B , , - i 8 otn, | Christmas Talk, 10.30 p.m. Carols
J d bake in th ven for will be soft and smoot When jc

‘ah hour. You can test the cake.|coft and smboth take off the fire!

In Cream, White, Green
For GALV. IRON or SHINGLE ROOFS .. .

USE RED HAND

BARBADOS RED Paint

Mr. Harold Gibbs, som ef Mi

L. Gibbs of Worthing and 1)
late Mr. Gibb Mr. Gil Toppi
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Topp
of “Elridge,” Fifth Ave Bell
ville and Mr. C. &. Michael Gi:
fith, son of ‘Mrs, C. C, Griffitt
Coventry” Country Roa



OSC SOSS FOSSSOCS



Harold is doi } t If you press ao nee 4 — ind serve hot. | | Ee ee ee eT ee
oe , oing hi ird top and it makes a noise as i | *HON 4456, 4267
e toh, Ga Veterinary Colleg frying it is not ready as there is | OPENING 8.30 yan. ae eae
ruelph, Gil is doing his final y« still humidity in it. ! | ee .
in aoe at Denynt University You can steep the sultana and TOMCRROW | Wi kinson & Haynes 0., Lt . %
y e Mich iel is Chief F ying Ir the candied peel in a bit of rum g ¥
ftructor, Peninsula Alr ‘Service before adding to the mixture So Note :==We shall be CLOSED on Saturday, 27th December. :
a § is iis irst Visi
back home in about eight year PLUM PUDDING LLLP ELLA EPSPS LLC LPP ES,
Intransit i OFFER
I NTRANSIT from Martiniqu« HERE is Dr. Olain Louis Bombord who arrived in Barbados yester- Phage age Rig MO Po
by B.W.1.A. for Trinidad t

day on a rubber dinghy. This picture was taken at Las (the inside of a butter loaf) 1%;

Palmas just

Spend a holiday was Mr. and Mr

before he attempted the Atlantic crossing to Barbados. At . Flour 1 lb; Apples % Ib; Raisins : ; . .
Gaston Mangee and their sor Mrs. Staniland left is and currants 1 lb; Cloves; Ground All rings, Compacts, iden Oas 4
John Cinnamon; Barbados Sugar 1 Ib; &

Retirea Manufacturer a ee a wae
ases etc., bought from

us will be

Mr, Mangee is Partner of Pli Vloral Academy At
sonieaux and Co., Steamshil The Museum ratasY ne ne gi
Agents of Forte-de-France, His : from Oakland, Cali-

wife is the daughter of Mr. and A NOVEL and interesting exhi- fornia, are now in Barbados for
Mrs. John de Verteuil of Port-of bition is to be staged at the three weeks’ holiday. They ar-

Spices 1 teaspoonful; Eggs 3; Rum
or Cognac 1 glass; Wa: a lime;
Half an orange. %

Put in a big mixing bow! the

Suckling



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7 . ; bread, the flour, the apples (peeled
Spain, Vuseum on Friday, 9th Saturday rived on Friday by B.W.LA. vialand minced) the ies ian the ENGRAVED S
Touring The Islands a oye os Sees gro and were accompanied |currants, the candied peel, the l —_—
r rs . : 9o3, in 1e@ form oi a iora Dy eir twe sons Dav ‘ ,
MAss a holiday trip throug! Academy. Floral arrangements by Richard, ) s David abdjground cinnamon, the sugar, the
the islands are Mr. and Mrs + '|spices, the eggs, 1 glass of Rum

FREE

different exhibitors will fill two Mr. Rosenb is ¢ ; ;
David Jackson and their sor : sre ag le Tage hd “nderry is a retired|ior Cognae, the juice of half a lime |
Richard from Caracas, Venezuela of the Museum’s galleries. Floral manufacturer. This is his first visitland half an orange. You must |

They arrived here three days ago Academies have been highly suc- to the island.

and left on Monday afternoon b
B.W.I1.A. for Grenada.

Mr. Jackson who was in Caracas
for the past 16 months as Ameri-
can Commercial Attaché wa
formerly Latin American Sales
Manager for an American Dru
Company in the U.S.A,

Before returning te Caracas, Mr
Jackson and family will revisit
Barbados for about four days and

cessful in the United States and in
London, but this is the first to be
held in this island. Visitors to the
exhibition on the first day, Friday
9th January will judge the exhibits
by voting for the three prize
winners There will be also a
plant stall, The proceeds of the
exhibition will be devoted to the
Museutn’s Collections Fund, the
object of which is to purchase



Any Changes

h R. C. GOLD of Poughkepsie,

New York who is in the real
estate business, arrived here on
Monday by B.W.1.A. from St.
Lucia where he spent a week. He
has come over to see what ehanges
have been made on the island
since his last visit about five years
ago. »

steep the apples, the raisins and
the currants and the candied peel

in rum at least for an hour before |
mixing. Take a pudding cloth, but- |
ter it and flour it and pour the |
mixture inthe centre. Close the |

cloth, tie a string around it and
give it the shape of a ball. Put the
pudding in the cloth in boiling
water and keep the water boiling
for at least four hours. Take it

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= ; . Guadelou e, Mr. and Mrs. generoush/ to the | poor € a
fo Today Also leaving by the same oat* Harty A Smith of New York han, tales aba toe kato oleae ea -
ONGRATULATIONS and best craft for Trinidad were Mr. Bruce (j;\" arrived here oh Mond&y}are you thinking of dear ones, or thors



‘ Mr. Gold who left the U th t of th t ur some ¢
wil also make stops at Trinidad abate ati : . e U.S.A en out o e water, pour som :
Guadeloupe, Martinique St Lucia peeenene relating to the history three weeks ago, plahs to spend|luke-watm cognac or rum on it RO @ » A a T HE A T R &E $ possible.
St, Kitts and Antigua -— aetar ae Ns furniture, be _ abla in is an Indies.J}and light it. Serve immediately. Aa
: thot DRS ete. a pados he will be going| It is ni¢e to serve some zabaione ; YMPI re ;
Visiting Her Mother on to Grenada after whic he will] al cae with it. EMPIRE | OL ic ro.pt ORY Pr ROY. e #
RS. META YEARWOOD — -e°" some of the other one Pe egy (TO-Day 4.45 & 8.15 Republic Whole Day 2.842 8.90 a
zi : _" y.... islands, e is a guest at the he ee se pm Serial ; RN i
note rot ie Soca. Ocean View Hotel. am Double HAUNTED Rex ALLE 4 4 3S. =
ood ¢ ¥ i | e . p Tomorrow
rom Brooklyn, U.S.A. on Monday ¥ Estate Owner eee cae) SEA HORNET HARBOR Pet , .
vening ia Puerto Rico by M . AND MRS. LEONARD} 5 ——— ne | *
:.W.LA. after an absence of forty KENT of Grenada, returned See & Se a | Mid-Nite Tonight (UTA WAGON! q
oat home on Monday after spending (a5 & Ba ROCK ISLAND car AuTay | ana ; ie
She has come over to see her “ive da¥s as piiést at the Wind- i Matt ttesedts TRAIL ine ARIZONA | :
mother, Mrs. Louisa Bourne of Sf Hotel Bing Chosay | Sanne. PALS MANHUNT Se
ae i Raa : Mr. Ke / vas here : conn WVREK: M d-Nite Tonight an 5 ue:
a : ~ rte yar an tour. oy a is Secermpne as | es ig whole se hy " jor TCA THE ’ > es | MUSIC — by Panama and&
other relatives and i Aying wit! +>) s . . en 4 | | ts 3 a ames A . §
her sister, Mrs. Sybil Howard of Plains, Mt. Rich and Simond| 4 vey HABPY AND BLESSED JUST FOR YOU HAUNTED With Roy BA his Trio &
en’s Court” Two Mile Hill Rstates in St. Patrick’s, Grenada CHRISTMAS TO ALL The “tiiest Mis a HARBOR —_oe ‘fomarree a: 6S . ; &
) ’ vo J = : j ave pening ‘omorrow a .
P.M.O., St. Peter Christmas Holidays POR WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1952 Thanet , — at 6.18 pain Pm. : «- &
ad : ‘ ris scthiiles 7 = . | Leok ih the séction in which your ane Optning Tomorrow; and cohtinuing Friday at 4.30 i
ETURNING from St. Vincent RRIVING on Sunday night by | sir:haay comes and Bnd what your | ice Traat ng You {15 p.m. and con-| Ca ly 4.80 fe Bis & 8. p.m | &
yesterday morning by B.G B.W.1.A,. from Trinidad was | ostoek. is, secording to the stars ind intest News reer imuine to Synday| Universal Double | . { 4 Pe PCO OS OOS AE he est
a ays wa : Dr, F. G. Reader, Mi. Ceci) Crawford, Assistant ‘ant re vipratitess for mont Wwobny Mid-N — | ee eee yvonte a Ho “ane. Muga GATE GAGE DN DADRA DNDN DS DN DN IN TN ON NON PRIN DN GE
P.M O., St. Peter, who went over Master at the Bishop’s High School | 9°. irs this holy tite of the year idem: Specint Republic Whol in in —_—— —— ———--—_—_— ——
for a short visit. vasa ih Totego. He has dome over for|do abt eo te extremes hor indulge Meee, Serial TOMABAWK MIS, RIND OF |
» Chrostmas what » | tinsavo leasures. Pr¢ str.ve !
1. are aa ‘ais ' raglan coat mt World. peace OM witartunte peupiee. w Republi oeRAP AR MEN | cant hea In . pnd —
Ss. C TAYLOR of is s atives ¢ “| APRE, %1 to MAY % (Tauru&)—yYou: hole Serial ’ f MOON SALLY ARP : .
Springville,” Strathclyde, well, Christ Church. * . Venus and other planets favourably UNDERSEA With “With, See et Lip ae LD YEAR
left for Trinidad by B.W.1.A. Last Here 15 Years Ago oF ueaitaeing oe cris nia out KINGDOM Clayton Moore Ann BLYTH | Johnny a) ssmiuiller i
MAJOR H. W. PEEBLES over the week-end on a short FTER spending a holiday in| of the goodness of heart we should give sane : oe are Edmund GWENN | Brenda : |
visit. . ee oe



FESTIVITIES

i AOE ls

The Barbados Aquatic Club

(Local & Visiting Members Only)

i \ , Skinner, his son, Mrs. Edgar , : , WHA d in the armed services? Have you done
wishes to Major H. W et erasi afternoon by B 1.A. and are t &
ssle aster E é ut- ahyth substantial to make others
Peebles, C.M.G., D.S.O., O.B.E. Crossley and Master Edward Hut~ piscts at the Marine Hotel. ceo ae ee . G a Oo B

|
of Bayley’s, St Philip who *°" ~ Mr. Smith who was last in Bar=|) june 2 to JULY % (Osncer)
celebrates his seventy-fifth birth- Back To Canada bados fifteen years ago, is Presi-| friendly influences for last-minute
day today. M* and MRS. Tony Foster dent of Engineering Specialties | needs Sheeran net togethers, philotes
< . ¢ erests, a an socta matte
Soldier, statesman and former who were holidaying here in Co., | builders of mechanical ret +e a a era aes
Administrator of St. Vincent, Barbados for two weeks, returned machinery in New York cance of this blessed season,
Major Peebles lost his only son “anada yesterday evening by i JULY 31 te AUGUST 2 (Lee)—In
on D Day, 1945. He had fought Rete yesmrcay wve ; Carol Recital last-minute preparations be sure to
his way out at Dunquerque, but Tony is a son of Major A. R PQTHERE will be a Carol a: cease Stee tea ean ‘a coe sone
fell in action when Allied Armies Foster. Organ Recital at St. John }

TODAY 4.30 & 8.30 P.M. — LAST SHOWS

PINKY and NO WAY OUT

Superintendent of Glen- ch idren, and old folks. Blessings!
returned to deliver Europe from

TONIGHT XMAS EVE MIDNITE
, dairy Prison and Mrs. Foster. He the Baptist Church at 4 p.m. of AUGUST 2 to SEPTEMBER eee) :
Nazi Re self. though his Works in the Accounts Depart- Sunday, December 28. wish swehould be enimgayy (aay Eee ite LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE
goencie ate limited haa lost none ment of Messrs George W. Crothers | Some of the artists taking part) Orie Infant Saviour for all. mankind :
The File — FLEMISH FAR

of bis interests and continues to Ltd. in Toronto. His wife is the in the Recital will be Messrs. F.|o\4 for world peace
FREE! FREE! GIFTS

: ns oy J, E. Gulston and MicS| serteMBER «4 (to OCTOBER ¥:

i associations as dear as daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Thompson, J. E. iiihend-abeadsMibsrus. sib ance went

ae cet Kinch of the Garrison. A. Toppin, dive ‘ ’ }
Hold on to your \% Tickets and Win—3 WRIST WATCHES



DINNERS will be served between 7 and 9 p.m.
(December 31st)
PRICE $3.50
Very Special Menu.



the true feanthg of ths Holy Seasor

by any wild indulgences or excesse
J of any kind. Family chureh first!

B Beachcomber OCTORER & to NOVEMBER *%

eee ry (Scorpié)—Con Be a thriving day for

mall shops, and large institutions Da;
has favourable aspects but doe warn
ogainst uhéexpected chahges of@ hasty
deefsions In matters running efficiently.
NOVEMBER %% te DECEMBER &
Smart-| (Sagittarivs)—Cavelessness in spending

indications Similag new. Dipri't_ spot)
and Cartons of HEINEKEN BEER e

MEMBERS are asked kindly to make their reserva-
tions as early as possible. Dial 4461.

NCE more the approach of Im the ears of Mrs, Wretch rings Conversation at Narkover
Christmas is a time of her husband’s appeal to her
anxiety at Wreach Manor. Noth- when The Three Bocardos hung He thé’ day Dr.
ing will ever convince the simple. by their teeth from the chande- ae ; > a ixthetorma |{2vised. Agninst: true chabity. is urged
; 2 sep in lier in the Hall: “My love, t ick surprised a six OTM | cha is much neéded now both at home
minded Wugwell that, dee} : , € . OEY tay h vas beating a-toy night Se ancaiiian develiaea a ae
is not to forget that you were ever la "0Y Who was beating y Lg | and for ne
mp watchman with a toy cosh I and pinot Roe wake —,
tir, “that f grest overgrown lout] Smccmae, SuMealt tabeanie, ee
rn ‘r, “that a at oO neglect little details at hom
arily at least, to the cireus, scene irt like you should waste time with to donientie harmony and ee for
of her early triumphs; to xo +a these silly toys. Such games are Christmas cith | spir.tual as Ww as
through the hoop once more J READ that a collection box for little milksops,” The boy tem pce eer wiv. pseaDabr 9
while standing on a horse’s back, has been placed in front of a hung his head. “I had a real cosh, | Aquarivs)—Your Uranus to-day stresses
or to balance a bottle of port on piece of sculpture in the Tat@ a beauty, sir,” he said, “but it smecynaiens pc action oad, eaot tae
an ape’s nose, crying “Hup!" the Gallery, so that those who like was stolen by my housemaster.” pion ee vane Tét urgent bUSIneED,
while. it may show their approvel in a “Confiscated, you mean,” said the | Sane gniety
practical manner A pfactical headmaster “Confiseated, then,| FEBRUARY t te MARCH 20 (Pisces)
The Colonel recalls with dread manner of showing disapproval Fir, for a job he had in hand.” —Neptune wisely advises moderation in

f . confidential matters. Day on whole it
the day when he returned home of the work would be to take “I thought cheating at cards was eReouPARinN. beneAt (or our aditereste.

Free to First 500 Persons—ced-Cold Coca Cola and
B.B.C. Orange Drinks

TALENT CONTESTANTS

MALCOM MURRAY AMGE visi et es ‘en 2 ”
BRUCE MANN singing -.ss.. “There'll Be No vommnon”
CARL BEST singing ........... sseeces. “Kiss of Fire”
THE GRIFFITH BROS. singing ... -. “Red River Valley”
KEITH SEALEY singing ........000 “Sileht Night”
BASIL CALLENDAR singing ......... | “Don’t Blame Me
SHINE BRAITHWAITE singing “Gooa Luck, Good Health”
WINSTON RUDDER singing ...... “I Wish T Had a Record”

PIT 15 — HOUSE 36 —~ BAL, 48
Hemember It's Midnight lonight

DANCING from 9 pm, Music by Mr. C. CURWEN

her heart, Mrs. Wret« and his Orchestra.

longing to abandon her political Belle Zaboula.”
activities, and to return, tempor-

which Prizes will be given; also DOOR PRIZE to
the holder of the Lucky Ticket.

ATTRACTIVE BALLROM DECORATIONS.

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Admission to Ballroom 3 -



$n nn

Spot Waltz, Statue Dance, and Ballon Dance, for



to find Anselmo the World something out of the box ‘ys, his main job,” muttered the head- YOU BORN TO-DAY are = sturdy,

Goliath tearing intwo, with his one’s fare to the Galle or the Master sarcastically. “So it is,”| dependable In eharaster ymay he juaaes

hands of iron, a telephone price of a lunch How much ae sete” Pry oe bts % aoe en a, SOE hearts you énjoyv ,

directory obtained through in- are the various galleries pre. 8 Sideline, sir, like evefyone) véme ftuh and possess great affect Aa WD wm Ch i

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spondence. Every stranger in of those bits of wire and wood gin's “Wh t vt 4 Calg OB, | properig, and. pray dary for wiiaante

the district is suspected of being which are “ushering in the; at an odd occupation Birthdate pf: Ignatius Loyola, saint

“My dad owns a chain of fish-| «na founder of the Society of the Jequs;
shops, sir.” “Ah, I see.” Matthew Arnold, Eng. poet, writer

“se 2 =e Gem em 3”

an Old comrade of the ring, and dawn of a new beauty”?

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EDNESDAY. DECEMBER

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24, 1952





BARBADOS ADVOCATI





DECLINE IN W. EUROPEAN PRODUCTION |

W. German, France

Only Exceptions

(From ERNEST ASHWICK)

GENEVA.

_A continued decline in Western Europe’s economic
activity in the second quarter of this year is the gloomy
picture painted by the United Nation Economic Commis-

sion for Europe.

n the Commission's eeonomic
Jetin for Europe, just released,
Commission states that there
$ an all round decrease in in-
ftrial production in Western
fove. Western Germany and
Mce are the only exceptions.
tain’s industrial production wa
' per cent lower than in the
tesponding period last year.
& a special analysis of Bri-
@s improved gold and dollar
ition the bulletin points © out
& besides reduction in import
renewal of United States
fernment economic aid _ to-
ing 200,000,000 dollars (about
£,000,000) in the second quarter
year contributed to this
er position

Be bulletin points cut that
@in’s exports “have helped
@ towards easing payments
tions with non-sterling coun-
%” Britain’s sales to the ster-
area fell sharply in_ the
wd quarter and this will
GQngly affect Britain's global
Ments’ accounts for the second
of the year. Reduced sales
fe sterling area, though painful
idividual producers and expor-
, may provide greater incen-
to export to other areas in the
i currency regions. Curren!
Hlopments in these markets
@ver do not seem to provide a
nising opening for this shift in
ain’s exports’ states the
@tin.
ta comparison between Bri-
‘and Western Germany, the
tomic cor mission points ou
the imports reductions of th«
$eas sterling area this year h.
ain much harder than they dic
many. By August, Britain’s
% to the sterling area had fal!-
$2 per cent below the firs
ter rate, while those of je
y were only 17 per cent
. German exports elsewhere
steadily while British ex-
§ decreased.
ys the Commission “It wa
* apparent im the earlier post
years when German exports
2 low that their ultimate re-
try would confront other
ypean exporters with serious
Multies unless world trade ex-

led.”

le reason for German success
‘British exports, according to
economic commission, is that
lucer goods — the type of
is most demanded by foreign
wtters and which were not
tted by the récent import
— occupy a much higher share
Jermany’s export trade than
of Britain.
any consumer goods in British
wts have to be sold in condi-
: of slack consumer demand
seas where incomes have been
ted by falling commodity
38, British textiles must face
aasing competition in overseas
sets as Japan’s production re-
rs, the comgnission adds.
many instances German de-
y dates and credit terms are
: gp: Pott than those of
aim. Germany has no military
tities to take precedence over
wt orders. yerman exports
favoured by comparison with
a of Britain, both by subsidies
w form of tax concessions
by more attractive credit
is to foreign buyers. And Ger-
exporters are “encouraged”
bonuses resulting from dol-
‘etention quotas.

Air Bookings
‘On Record’
Centre! Control! Board

Will Show 32,000

An “indicator,” 22ft. by 16ft.,
capable of recording the book-
ings for 32,000 flights in a month.
is soon to be installed by Brit-
ish European Airways.

Sixty keyboards in London —
and, later, throughout the coun-
try — will be in touch with a
central control board. As a
booking is made it will be
flashed to the board.

When a flight is full agents
will be notified and overbook-
ing avoided.

The control board is not a
“magic mind.” It ‘will be, in part,
hand-operated. Half a million
wires will connect the stations
with reservation headquarters.

The cost of the machine is
about £20,000. A similar one in
the United States, at ten times
the cost, Worked on a “totalisa-
tor” principle, whereby the total
bookings were flashed electri-
cally on to a board from stations
throughout the country. But it
was found impractical.

Interest is being shown in the
new British machine by Amer-
ican airlines,

—L.E.S.



Nightingales
Will Sing In
Berkeley-Square

LONDON,

If you are around Berkeley-
square about next June, sure
enough you will hear nightin-
gales singing there.

But, as a nightingale cannot
be caged, Berkeley-square 1s g0-
ing to make do with life-size,
life-like nightingales made by
experts.

The idea belongs to the May-
fair Associatiop. An official
sai



“We feel that many tourists
who come to London for the
Coronation will make a bee-line
fer Berkeley-square and look for
the nightingale that sang there.
, “So they won’t be disap-
pointed if they check up.”

The nightingales will nestle
among pink and white rose gar-
lands.

Lamp standards in the square
are to be garlanded. There will
be three rose arbours in tha
gardens,

And the famous square is .o
be “lit up.”

The pavilion is going to be
repaimted, a notice telling the
history of buildings in the square
will be placed inside. Large
crowns of roses will be sus-
pended in the roadways leading
to the square.

The cost will be £2,400.

In Mayfair's other famous
square Grosvenor-square, plans
are under way to drape the first
floor frontages of all buildings
with blue and gold _ tapestries.
Large boxes of red flowers will
be placed on the balconies.

Rising up from he balconies,
it is proposed will twin green
columns surmounted by emblems
in red. The cost? About £5,000.
—L.E.S,














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( anada Dry
“Competition

Prize Winners of the Canad:
Dry C mas Spelling Competi
tion turne \ at the Canada D1
Fottling plant, Mason Hall Sireet
yecterday morning for their prizes

was construct ns





s possible out of

i B Canada Dry’

t treet ade 313° word
First I Ww » turkey
1 Christmas Puddins

Pri a ham was won by
Brewster of Harmony
1 iry Road, and be-
ides these ‘ther e were 20 Consola-
Prizes of one Case of Canad

l Beverages each
Mr. Gregoire iid yesterday that
ed to do this type of quiz at
When he iw that the com-
tition was open, he thought he
a fair chance at winning.
Fight hundrec nd sixty-nine peo-
n entries for the competi-
hich closed on Saturday.
fter the closing date, several
hufidred entries arrived too late.



Bor Mr. Newman of Evelyn
Roach & Co., a representative of
Canada Dry, who thought — the

ea ¢ the competition was

fur Many people se said



: . o A t is |
day received a turkey from Mi. W. A. Newman, Director of Canada me in. the v eo iB car ee aad
Dry beverages. A Ham and a plum pudding also comprised the first , ’

prize. Also in the picture is Mr. F. E. Goddard, a Director of Can

ada Dry. . ,
Same Word
One man wrote the word “Bay”
rr rae & several times and quoted from an

encyclopedia to prove that in one

Child 9 E hibi e instance it meant reddish brown
1 ren ~ xX 1 ition eat ct the een mt sack deel

ing than a gulf besides other

meanir ne that all of his an-
swers were right. The Competi-
e useum oo tion, \ ooraven: only allowed for

one spelling of a word and did



not go into alternative meanings

THE EXHIBITION of Schoolchildren’s Art and Handi- ““ache continued to correct hun-
crafts at the Museum continues until 5th. January. In the qreds and hundreds of entries, Mr
Art section it is surprising to see what progress has been Newman said, that the quia "Jost
made in this branch of teaching in recent years. The ex s amusing side and became hard
hibiti almost iformly good: and the work can be ork. He had to look out for re-
libition is almost uniformly good; and the K Ce sliiine ane there, wate ott
compared with that produced in countries where greater gman)
art facilities exist in the training of teachers and visits to
Art. Galleries He said that many people left

ae : out the word “a” and added that
the average amount of words peo-

1 i fron e rules Some
would include words which con
CLAUDE GREGOIRE who won the Canada Dry competition yester tained tv b's &

Much of the credit for this im- Children’s Exhibition has already ple were able to get were ofily
provement must go to Mr. John appeared in the The Advocate. 1 . ’
Harrison, who was for some years Three pieces of work, however, toad of making words out oF

7. : Officer _ serve some spec . wau 'V =a .
Art and Exhil¥tions Officer of the deserve ‘or pecial mention, a thes. ‘dived, sotia “wre \s

3ritish Council, Mr. Harrison did beach scene by Audrey Barnes, ging of words beginning with
yeoman service throughout the age 15%, Girls’ Foundation School, .. 4. ‘letter of the words wiven
British Colonies of the Caribbean which is extremely well composed, Mr. Newman said that there is
to stimulate an interest in art “Picking coconuts” by Carnetta othe, competition for children
among both adults and children, Harvey, age 11, St Matthew's vas closed at the same ‘time as
but it was especially among child- Girls’ School i gay and attrac- 4, competition, but the answers
ren that the response was quick- tive picture; and, a painting of a have not yet been corrected
est. Some of Mr. Harrison's litter of pigs by Juno Sealy, age ,
enthusiasm was transmitted to 11, St. Matthew's Girls’ School. ;
teachers of art who in their turn These are three of many which
have passed this on to their pupils, could be selected from among the CARDINAL SPELLMAN
The abolition of the post of Art the non-prize winners, and the .

i i : ACO y , z 7 z * ¢ ave .
and Exhibitions Officey by the task of judging could not have | GOES TO KOREA

British Council in the Caribbean been easy



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will continue to be a matter of SEOUL, Dec, 23
regret and disappointment, for it Taking the exhibition as Cardinal Francis Spellman,
was the most useful and produc- Whole, colour, composition and Archbishop of New York will
tive function vouchsafed by the figure work have had attention arrive in Korea to-day to visit
British Council in this area, paid to their respective functions. every U.S, fighting division, The
Designs are of a high standard. Cardinal, who i spending his sec-
The teaching of art in schools is Potato cuts are recommended for ond Christma season in Korea
not a production line for artists. a wider use in schools for fre¢ ill celebrate midnight Mass at
Its purpose is to stimulate the designs, which in some cases a he First Ce Chapel for forces
child’s imagination, to instil a love too tight and old-fashioned in °f U.S Canada, Austra- Ay
of colour, harmony, design and an appearance, Few children app = on land.
appreciation of art, so that when to be interested in Flower |
school days are over the adult ing, and it is surprising that_mor«
will be able to enjoy a fuller life, use is not made in schools of the and book-binding. It was, how-
The teaching of art also trains flowering trees, shrubs and plants Pver, heartening to see that local
children to use their eyes and to with brightly coloured foliage so motifs are at last being employed
be more observant of the world freely available. Abstract colo n embroidery instead of daisies,
around them. Barbadian school- compositions are also unfamiliar lupins and other flowers unknown
children are notoriously un- for there is only one to be seen 'o this clime The use of local
observant, Only a very few in the. exhibition, and this is a "owe! plants and marine life
know even the names of the most valuable method of teaching *Pould be encouraged rather than
common trees, plants or birds colour harmony. the stiff and overworked designs
around: them, and their lack of of the past half-century,
curiosity is astonishing, The craft side of the exhibition The exhibition is well worth a
: is poorly represented with the visit, and will be held annually
The list of prize-winners at the exception of needlework, knitting in November. :

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“He: ,dquarte rs, Reed Stre jib; Candied peel 4 lb; Sultana % ' wine or Marsala; | liqueur glass; ~ - 1% Cream, Green, Blue, White, Sunshine & Buff
this morning at 9 o'clock. io, Egg yolks 3; Eggs 4; Me tea~ | of rum. bh ot Easy to nse — simply mix with water
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nolidad wills their tlatives |bowl with a woden spoon. Add | wine or Marsala. A@d@ the liqueur | ;'45 — 10.40 p.m. douM a %
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nen > S : Pt lan hour. You can test the cake. |coft and smooth take off the fire! %
eet" Country ae lie you press you finger on the ind serve hot [eS in 5 gallon and 1 gallon tins. ¥
i cate ; op and it makes a noise as i ‘ iF tlle a
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Guelgh ran i ad - em : ns frying it is not ready as there is OPENING 8.30 p.m. SHON hichteabl
; en on a still humidity in it. ! | ee .
in Forestry at Torofito Universit Y :
s ou can steep the sultana and TOMCRROW W k & H y Ltd
hile Michae ( lvir ir rn & >
porn ig aatatin se - ; 3. sae the candied peel in a bit of rum ! inson a nes 0., ie
Hamiltoh. This iy his frst Vis before adding to the mixture Note :<=We shall be CLOSED on Saturday, 27th December. 3
back home in-about « year PLUM PUDDING CLEAR VPP LLLP LLLP PLP PPE EE,
Intransit : : OFFER
NTRANSIT from Martiniqu HERE is Dr. Olain Louis Bonibord who arrived in Barbados yester- Frésh beef suet 1% 1b; Bread | eanecegeneaemennganennnnnennmnnnnemnnennner tn
by B.W.1.A. for Trinidad t day on a rnbber dinghy. This picture was taken at Las Palmas just | the inside of a butter loaf) 1%; } &
spend a holids as i vefore he attempted the Atlanti Flour 1 lb; Apples % 1b; Raisins ‘ . \ 4 %
ace aamea tg thelr My Mr Staniland Hs a perenne: Ae sett is and currants t ib; Chaves; Ground All rings, Compacts, iden- | oas a
John : Retir P Cinnamon; Barbados Sugar 1 Ib; i B ] Ci tte |
Mor politi ahaainn ired . tit racelets, Cigare
Mr, Mangee is Partner of Pli Floral Acade my Al E Manufacturer Spices | tedspoontul, Eges 3; Rum . . &
eotiteaux. ahd Co. Steamshii The Museni M eae W. K. ROSEN~| or Cognac glass; a lime; Cases etc., bought from .
Agents of Forte-de-France His NOVE ‘ u from Oakland, Cali-} Half i
ah f NOVEL ¢ sres axhi- b alf an cranipe. us will be
= . a daughter of Mr. and A he ol on yeh Pag oem are my in Barbados for| Put in a big mixing bow! tHe | i
d j Artec! © Staged ¢ B ae reeks’ ‘ .
Spain ee Vuseum on Friday, 9th Saturday Hved on Frid aga ae pd pag de ge aged map eyes ENGR AVED ‘
Te i 7 Oth and Sunday llth January, Trini tad pe OP OW aa. via {and minced) the raisins and the | \ | .
ouring The Islands OnB: th Wan fee * hag ped ee — = were sccompenie@ | currants, the candied peel, the | l a
AK : > ie os — « ‘ ) r we son Z var.
oe ——s _o throug! Academy. Floral arrangements by Richard, : (ee ope ee” 1 = ep eee &
David "es co ae oe Mrs. different exhibitors will fill two Mr. Rosenberry is _ retired S Coan the juice ee halt a aime | FREE | &
é a s é S| son . cam as i er ) é - rp
Ricard from Caracas, Venezuela, 2, t2e, Musoum's galerie, Floral manufacturer. his i his rst vil |and “all an range, You mus &
They arrived here three days ago “ a 7. *. O a r
and left on F py ange Bey be DS cessful in the United States and in Al Ch ee ee the raisins nth LIMA afLLY “CONNOR (
ene ay afternoon b head ny anges the currants and the candied peel e le §
B.W.1.A. for Grenada. London, but this is the first to be R. C. Gol in rum at least fot an hour before | S &
Mr. Jackson who was in Caracas held in this island. Visitors to the h LD of Poughke psie, rt at te 7 . a Debbie REYNOL § :
as in Caraca ee ; ¥ New York wh mixing, Take a pudding cloth, but- | 1 : Bd 4 &
for the past 16 months as Ameri exhibition on the first day, Friday , ‘ate } ; © is in the real ter it and flour it and pour the | & co. LTD. | Jean Haney <1” + Mitrhall m.
can Commercial Attaché was 9th January will judge the exhibits Mona, w ty Be griived here on| mixture in the centre Close the | |Z p &
formerly Latin American Sales by voting for the three prize- J yeig satan - W.1.A. from St, 1 th, tie a strin around it and | F Due to limited space, &
Manager for an American Drug winners There will be also a } ” re he spent a week. He|CiOM}, te a s B 7 20 Broad St.
Company in the U.S.A plant stall. ‘The proceeds bf the p2s,come over to see what ehanges | Sive it the shape of a ball. Put the | you are invited to make &
here caturntin te Claseeed: Mr, cactoethen “Mit be evant 2M vas 2 — on the island|pudding in the cloth in eel and at Marine Gardens : %
; ve his last v i [we vent ve :
Jackson and family will revisit Museut’s Collections Fund, the ago, ast visit about five vears| Water and keep the water boiling : vati eenngy et aX
Barbados for about four days and object of which is to purchase " Vir Gol who feft the U.S A mel at ey = cong aes eservations as § 4
wul also make stops at Trinidad, slaietlinn ‘ r ee ; ¥ vho le e 5 en out o' e water, pour some i Siar
Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Lucia specimens relating to the history ¢hree weeks ago, plats to spend|luke-watm cognac or rum on it Dp aA i T HE A T R & ossible. iss
k 1 of the island, including furniture, three th &
St. Kitts and Antigua hina silver ‘glass ete. , Fr mn ‘Bart id - —" inne eniee ene Bee. i ae immediately. | &
th 43.” ; rom Barbados he will be going| It is nite to serve some zabaione 7
Visiting Her Mother on to Grenada after whiclp he will|a) rum with it. EMPIRE | OLYMPIC jae peOmT, 9.18 “ROYAL
RS. META YEARWOOD, ke stops at some of the other | Spend oo To-Day 4.45 & 815) Republic Whole eR "posi
mother of Mr. Gordon Year- ee eal +> e guest at the o ae & t p.m Serial
vood of I Mile Hi a cean View hotel. Double Rex AL
Mee Brooklyn, OSA, oh Monday Estate Owner x TBR" vo SEA HORNET HARBOR, Mighell 5 =
vening Puerto Rico by Me. AND MRS. LEONARD; ; ——— ah 7
.W.LA. after an absence of forty KENT of Grenada, returned Friday 445 & 8.30 ab: Mid-Nite Tonight UTHA WASDY adh : a" 3 &
ear home on Monday after spending Se 8 ROCK ISLAND |Povle ey ar A ‘ &
She has come over to see her five da¥s as gué@st at the Wind- junit esents TRAIL = in AnZoNA “| ¢ aX
othe JOU of Sor Hotel ; a SADDLE PALS } tee
mother, Mr Louj Bourne f M K ' Bing ¢ -ROSBY - u 4 MANHUNT
Vatt Village. St. George ind Mr. Kent who was here about | Faia LA. M d-Nite Tonight " ore . &
‘ . , ts in », four years ago, is proprietor of Whole Seria OUTCABT OF TH Tie MUSIC — by Panama and
other relatives and taying wi A Bo, propri I | TRAILS James BELLE.
i ae Plains, Mt. Pich and Simond een r With Roy BA his Trio 4
her sis ter, ee ee = A eit " states ‘in St Patrick’s, Grenada. | ue CRAIBTHLAS ‘to ® Rie e JUST FOR YOu Oats Monte Hale — ; -s <
, Vy oof - 4 pening "Pomorrow ee at 8.9
“PM. 0., St. Peter Christmas Holidays |. FOR WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1952 eed ra a8 in bm Fridy at 4.90 CHEZ JEAN ees PIERRE &
: ; ¢ . wok in pctio \ ch y ; ’ eMorrow ~ohti r
ETURNING from St. Vincen RRIVING on Sunday night | Seay, cores “und Png what Pourd ric Meetns y Apenme Tomorror 1 chptinuing, | Belgas | KR
yesterday morning by B.G B.W.1.A. from Trinidad w took is, according to the stars and latest News ree) anuine to Sunday real, Double 2
Airwa was Dr. F. G. Reader, M Cecil Crawford, Assistant | a ARCH 21 to APRIL 0 (Aries)— nae aaa) 4.30 & #15 wn HEMLIN Robert Mi | Bemorninninennnisrovncrrenninnnnia
) 3 > who < ndid vibrations for most Worthy MT Yvonne DeCARLO, Jahe
P.M O., St. Peter, who went over Master at the Bishop’s High School ivities this holy time of the year W-terte: Specsat Republic Whole in An |
for a short Sho t Visit in Tobago. He has come over for Bo Aot go to extremes hor indulge tatce By Serial rove an, shih 0° |
Shor si the Christmas holidays whiéh he |'nsavory pleasures. Pray, = strve for P. ‘ao }
: ’ 0: nace @ tortunate " Me Public RADAR MEN ana
RS, C. N. TAYLOR of is spending with relatives at Peg-!“Xpmih. t we alt We Uhsarkeye Your Whole Burial [PROM THE MOON (SALLY AND \PARRAN AND =
Springville,” Strathclyde, well, Christ Church. Venus and other planets favourably UNDERSEA With ae Ae aoe TINE Ag OLD YE R
“f Me , 5 Ve ; ituated re d this should be a time a}
Bee a asec left for Frinidad by B.W 1A. woe arene ~ — Ago eae Seni ‘tx noun Dieibinkk ul KINGDOM Clayton Moore kth BLYTH \Johpny W sulle A
» W. CEBLES bver 1G WEEKS oe MR spending a holiday in| ot the goodness of heart We should give ao oy Barero! mun’
visit. ‘ Guade . » -@ generously to the poor . , : 7 vr -
75 Today Also leaving by the same air- aaa ae, a find wie MAY #1 to JUNE M1 (Geminty—you, . i
. ~ f re . Ce arr) . 0, ve or y 1ing
ONGRATULATIONS and _ best Ra EOr eee aes aoe City, arrived here on Monday] Are you thinking of dent ones, of those ES i Ivi i IES
wishes to Major H,. Ww. Senne Sy Wael eee. MELerOOn bY. 2 W.1.A. ahd are] i the armed services? Have you done |
Peebles, C.M.G,, D.S.0,, O.B.E. Crossley and Master Edward Hut~ puncts at the Marine Hotel. re ae TAAeD Te GLOBE i
of Bayley’s, St Philip who *°° To Ci de Mr. Smith who was last in Bar} june @ te JULY 2% (Cancer) aF we AT
celebrates his seventy-fifth birth- Back To Canada bados fifteen years ago, is Presi-|friendiy influences for last-minute | TODAY 4.30 & 8.30 P.M. — LAST SHOWS
day today. M* and MRS. Tony Foster dent of Engineering mene eat ted oneerted net togethers children
Soldier, statesman and former who were holidaying here in BOs builders of mechanica We all yet e ‘ 1 "os a is re fet ie : »
Maier Poet ih hi iy we Barbados for two weeks, returned machinery in New York ance of this blesied season e : PINKY and NO WAY our e Bar a os Aquatic C u
Major eebles lost his only s0m gg Canada yesterday evening by Ci i Recit i JULY & te AUGUST 2% (Leo)—In
on D Day, 1945. He had fought oa ' ; are cula last-minute preparations be sure to nbiusintiiaies ee
his way out at Dunquerque, but ony is a son of Major A. R FPRHERE will be a Carol atid | include prayers for those far from home “TONmGut XMAS (Local & Visiting Members Only)
’ o > € aves . = ahd its comforts Seek to aid the lonely, E
= e Ye ane ae. eat Foster, Superintendent of Glen- Sa Sneek . ." a + cpl, ane o'd cols, ag ve MIDNITE |
returned to deliver Europe from |... ohA _ , Baptist Church a p.m. 0 ST 2% to SEPTEMBER 28 (Virgo)
dairy Prison and Mrs. Foster. He the Bap “
Nazi oppresrion, Wi as F en 1 December 28. 4 be amenable day for activities Local TALES -
hia teal i _ works in the Accounts Depart- Sunday, ce tite sertinent to this season, Pray | qv on PARADE .
ihe, Males quneet, though De ment of Messrs George W. Crothers rae hn anes ye pa ore stant Bavous forall mankind DINNERS will be served between 7 and 9 p.m.
: ae : ; rife is > the Recital wi ae ess ‘land for world péace . -
8 srests and continues to Ltd. in Toronto. His wife is the in nd for , : . » 3ls
fold. id emcees ak dear as daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ee J. E. Gulston and Mics ae Tevet bag art toa CTOREE $8 The film — FLEMISH FAR ee 7
ray * Kinch of the Garrison. A. Toppin, indicatiena M@milag now. Pion't spoil e $3.50
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NCE more the approach of in the ears of Mrs, Wretch rings Conversation at Narkover ne Le opted chahges re bh e to First O06 Pertatis Doe Cold Coca Cola and MEMBERS are asked kindly to make their reserva
Christmas is time of her husband's appeal to her degisjons In fy it, Sofining emanelly. -B.C. Orange Drinks tions as early as possible. Dial 4461
8 : * SOVEMBE ” ow . oe a ‘
anxiety at Wreach Manor. Noth- when The Three Bocardos hung : i _]} (Sagittarivs)—Carelessness in spending
ing will ever convince the simple. by their teeth from the chande- = te § ta ae ‘Gvised against: true charfty® is urged TALENT CONTESTANTS DANCING f $ i oS 2N
minded Wugwell that, deep in lier in the Hall: “My love, try Allick surprised a sixt Pee ind is much needed now both * ame MALCOM MURRAY . NG from 9 p.m, Musie by Mr. C. CURWEN
her heart Mrs. Wret is not to forget that you were ever la watchmen witha. te" ton met | oe —_ BRUCE MANN a! - “There’ i Be Nc oy me, and his Orchestra
leu 4ey alse hey ic ‘ie Zaboula,” 2 FOCEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Onpri+ AF e No Tomorrow r .
longing to abandon her political Belle Za am. amazed,” said the headmas-| 2 CARL BEST singing .... ‘
eae . é & orn)—-Mild, pleasant influence. Don't ‘ ...... “Kiss of Fire”
entivities, and pes tem por- irt tor, “that a great overgrown lout neglect little Getails at Rome that eda aT oe BROS. singing “Red River Valley” Spot Waltz, Statue Dance, and Ballon Dance, for
arily at least, to the circus, scene like ste ti with]to domestic harmony and prepare for singing . ' + . p,
of : her early triumphs; to xo ah s freee oh eas ‘Such gute bs Christmas with oo as well as RASIL CM LEND Aw singing . oy oN eee tr foe, ae be giv en; also DOOR PRIZE to
through the hoop once more J nae a a pélisetion boX for little milksops,” The boy|'VRRVARy we te FEBRUARY 20 Tite Ae singing “Good Luck, Good Health” e holder of the Lucky Ticket.
while standing on a horse's back, as been placed in front of a hung his head. “I had a real cosh, | .Aquartvs)—Your Uranus to-day stresses singing . “l Wish ‘ ” “ 3
or to balance a bottle of port on Piece of sculpture in the Tate a beauty, sir,” he said, “but if smoothness | of action and. Brought: PIT 1 T Had a Record ATTRACTIVE BALLROM DECORATIONS.
; y ; , 1¢8 | 7 » an 1e ap-
hh ape’s nose, crying “Hup!" the Gallery, so that those who like was stolen by my housemaster a oo ae ane fét Urgent DUsIh¥en, an WG
while. it may show their approval in a “Confiscated, you mean,” said the ae aA = a ee 5 HOUSE 36 BAL. 48 e
practical manner. A ptactical headmaster “Confiscated, then,| PRBRUARY % to MARCH 20 (Pisces) - weet
The Colonel recalls with dread wanner of showing disapproval fit, for a job he had in hand.” | —Nepine wisely advises moderation 1 Hemember It's Sdidai « oni ¢ Admission to Ballroom 3. -
o : ? i confidential matters. Day on whole i¥
the dey when he returned oun of the work would be to take i thought cane See vo Heournging, benefit (or Vvour interests,
to find Anselmo the orld something out of the box iys, his main job,” muttered the hea *| rou BORN TO-DAY are sturdy,
Goliath tearing intwo, with his one’s fare to the Gall pete the master sarcastically. “So it is,”’}] dependable in character, may ¥e dudaes
hands of iron telephone price of lunch. How much a eet “but he has to have colemn t6o verlous fou eniey wholes
directory obtained through in- are the various galleries pre- a sides, si, like everyone) .6me fuh and possess great affection JE WD e
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spondence. Every stranger in of those bits of wire and wood gir + “What an odd occupation:"| ° roperly, and pray dally for. Fideaint
the district is suspected of being which are “ushering in the Mwy aad Z - Birthdate of: Ignatius Loyola, saint Pe
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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER



24, 1952



BARBADOS ADVOCATIi



DECLINE IN W. EUROPEAN PRODUCTION |

W. German. France
Only Exceptions

(From ERNEST ASHWICK)

GENEVA.

A continued decline in Western Europe’s economic

activity in the second quar

ter of this year is the gloomy

picture painted by the United Nation Economic Commis-

sion for Europe.

In the Commission’s
bulletin for Europe, just released,
the Commission states that there
was an all round decrease in in-
dustrial production in Western
Europe. Western Germany and
France are the only exceptions
Britain’s industrial production wa

economic

five per cent lower than in the
corresponding period last year

In a special analysis of Bri-
tain’s improved gold and dolla:

position the bulletin points out
that, besides reduction in import
the renewal of United States
Government economic aid
talling 200,000,000 dollare (about
£71,000,000) in the second quarter
this year contributed to this
better position

The bulletin points cut that
Britain’s exports “have helped
little towards easing payment:
relations with non-steiling coun-
tries.” Britain’s sales to the ster-
ling area fell sharply in the
second quarter and this will
“strongly affect Britain's global
payments’ accounts for the second
nalf of the year. Reduced sales
to the sterling area, though painful
to individual producers and expor-
ters, may provide greater incen-
tive to export to other areas in the
hard currency regions. Curren!
developments in these markets
however do not seem to provide a
promising opening for this shift in
Britain’s exports’ states the
bulletin.

In a comparison between Bri-
tain and Western Germany, thx
economic cor mission points ou
that the imports reductions of t!«
overseas sterling area this year h.
Britain much harder than they dic



Germany. By August, Britain’s
sales to the sterling area had fal!-
en 32 per cent below the first
quarter rate, while those of G@r-
many were only 17 per cent
lower. German exports elsewhere
rose steadily while British ex-
ports decreased.

Says the Commission “It wa

fully apparent in the earlier post
war years when German exports
were low that their ultimate re-
covery would confront other
European exporters with serious
difficulties unless world trade ex-
panded.”

One reason for German success
over British exports, according to
the economic commission, is that
producer goods the type. of
goods most demanded by foreign
importers and which were not
affected by the recent import
cuts — occupy a much higher share
in Germany’s export trade than
that of Britain.

Many consumer goods in British
exports have to be sold in condi-
tions of slack consumer demand
in areas where incomes have been
affected by falling commodity
prices. British textiles must face
increasing competition in overseas
markets as Japan’s production re-
covers, the commission adds.

In many instances German de-
livery dates and credit terms are
more attractive than those of
Britain, Germany has no military
priorities to take precedence over
export orders, German exports
are favoured by comparison with
those of Britain, both by subsidies
in the form of tax concessions
and by more attractive credit
terms to foreign buyers. And Ger-
man exporters are “encouraged”
with bonuses resulting from dol-
lar retention quotas.

Air Bookings
‘On Record’
Centre! Control Board

Will Show 32,000

An “indicator,” 22ft. by 16ft.,
capable of recording the book-
ings for 32,000 flights in a month.

is soon to be installed by Brit-
ish European Airways.

Sixty keyboards in London —
and, later, throughout the coun-
try — will be in touch with a
central control board. As a
booking is made it will be
flashed to the board.

When a flight is full agents
will be notified and overbook-
ing avoided,

The control board is not a
“magic mind.” It will be, in part,
hand-operated. Half a million

will connect the stations
reservation headquarters.

The cost of the machine is
about £20,000. A similar one in
the United States, at ten times
the cost, Worked on a “totalisa-
tor” principle, whereby the total
bookings were flashed electri-
cally on to a board from stations
throughout the country. But it
was found impractical.

Interest is being shown
new British machine by
ican airlines.

wires
with

in the
Amer-

—L.E.S.



Nightingales
Will Sing In
Berkeley-Square

LONDON,
around Berkeley-
next June, sure
will hear nightin-

If you are
square about
enough you
gales singing there.

But, as a nightingale cannot
be caged, Berkeley-square 1s g80-
ing to make do with life-size,
life-like nightingales made by
experts.

The idea belongs to the May-

fair Associatiop. An _ official
said: —

“We feel that many tourists
who come to London for the
Coronation will make a bee-line

for Berkeley-square and look for
the nightingale that sang there.

_ “So they won't be disap-
pointed if they check up.”
The nightingales will nestle

among pink and white rose gar-

lands.

Lamp standards in the square
are to be garlanded. There will
be three rose arbours in tho
gardens,

And the famous square is wo
be “lit up.”

The pavilion is going to be
repaimted, a notice telling the

history of buildings in the square

will be placed inside. Large
crowns of roses will be sus-
pended in the roadways leading

to the square.

The cost will be £2,400.

In Mayfair's other famous
square Grosvenor-square, plans
are under way to drape the first

floor frontages of all buildings
with blue and gold _ tapestries.
Large boxes of red flowers will

be placed on the balconies.
Rising up from the balconies,
it is proposed will be twin green
columns surmounted by emblems
in red. The cost? About £5,000.
—L.E.S.



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TODAY







CLAUDE GREGOIRE who won the Canada Dry competition yester

day received a turkey from Mv. W
Dry beverages.
prize.
ada Dry.

Children’s

. A. Newman, Director of Canada

A Ham and a plum pudding also comprised the first
Also in the picture is Mr. F. E. Goddard, a Director of Can

Exhibition

At The Museum Good

THE EXHIBITION of Schoolchildren’s Art and Handi-

crafts at the Museum continues until 5th. January.

In the

Art section it is surprising to see what progress has bee!

made in this branch of teaching in recent years
hibition is almost uniformly good; and the work

The ex

can be

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tion € p at the Ci 1
rottl plant, Mason Hall Siree
€ rd norning for tl
rT was cc
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ristmas Puddin
a ham was won by
N I vster of Harmony
I 1 ry Road, and be-
es these there were 20 Consola-
re f one Case of Canad
! ] r each
Gregoire said yesterday that
i to do this type of quiz at
When he ¥ that the com-
ti vas open, he thought he
fair chance at winning
' t hundred and sixty-nine peo-
ntries for the competi-
hich closed on Saturday
er the closing date, several
huficired entries arrived too late.
Hor M Newman of Evelyn
Roach & Co., a representative of
Canada Dry, who thought up the
ca the competition, it was
fur Many people he said
u i fron e rules Some
vould include words which con
la itwo “l when there is only
r th r Buy Canad
Dr
Same Word
One in W te the word “Bay

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o ia to prove that in one
instance it meant reddish brown
inclining to chestnut, another ar
inlet of the sea with a wider open-



compared with that produced iv countries where greater gman

art facilities exist in the tra
Art Galleries.

ining of teachers and visits to

Much of the credit for this im- Children’s Exhibition has already
provement must go to Mr, John appeared in the The Advocate.
Harrison, who was for some years Three pieces of work, howevet
Art and Exhibitions Officer of the deserve some special mention, a
British Council, Mr, Harrison did beach scene by Audrey Barnes,
yeoman service throughout the age 15%, Girls’ Foundation School,

British Colonies of the Caribbean
to stimulate an interest in art
among both adults and children,
but it was especially among child-
ren that the response was quick-
est. Some of Mr. Harrison’s
enthusiasm was transmitted to
teachers of art who in their turn
have passed this on to their pupils
The abolition of the post of Art
and Exhibitions Officey by the
British Council in the Caribbean
will continue to be a matter of
regret and disappointment, for it
was the most useful and produc-
tive function vouchsafed by the
British Council in this area,

The teaching of art in schools is
not a production line for artists
Its purpose is to stimulate the
child’s imagination, to instil a love
of colour, harmony, design and an
appreciation of art, so that when
school days are over the adult
will be able to enjoy a fuller life.
The teaching of art also trains
children to use their eyes and ‘to
be more observant of the world
around them. Barbadian school-
children are notoriously un-
observant, Only a very few
know even the names of the
common trees, plants or birds
around: them, and their lack of
curiosity is astonishing,

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“Picking coconuts’ by Carnetta
Ha y, 11, St Matthew's
Girls’ School—a and attrac-
tive picture; and, a painting of
litter of pigs by Juno Sealy, age
ll, St, Matthew's Girls’ School
These three of many which
could be selected from among the
the non-prize winners, and the
task of judging could not have
been easy



age

are

Taking the
whole, colour, composition
figure work have had attention
paid to their respective function
Designs are of a high standard
Potato cuts recommended fo
a wider schools for free
designs,
too tight

exhibition a
and

are
In
in

use
which i
and old-fashioned i:
appearance, Few children
interested in Flower }
ing, and it is surprising that_ more
use is not made in schools of the
flowering trees, shrubs and plant
with brightly coloured foliage
freely available, Abstract colou
compositions are also unfamiliar
for there is only one to be seer
in the-eexhibition, and this is
most valuable method of teaching
colour harmony,

some cast
app

to be

The craft side of the exhibition
is poorly represented with the
exception of needlework, knitting



May happiness and good
health be yours at Christ-

mastime







ing than a gulf besides other
meanings, and that all of his an-
swers were right The Competi-
tion, however, only allowed for
one spelling of word and did
not go into lternative meanings
As he ¢ ued to correct hun-
ireds hundreds of entric Mr
lan sak that the quiz lost
nusing side i became hard
ork. He had to look out for re-
petitions ind there were often
He said that many people left
out the word “a” and added that
t iverage amount of words peo-
vere able to get were only
tead of making words out of
three given, some wrote a
of words beginning with
er of the words given

Vr. Newma said, that there is
another competition for children
It closed at the same ‘time as
t) competition, but the answers

! et been corrected

CARDINAL SPELLMAN
GOES TO KOREA

SEOUL, Dec. 23

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Cardinal Francis Spellman,
Archbishop of New York will
arrive in Korea to-day to visit
every U.S. fighting division. The
Cardinal, who is spending his sece-
ond Christma eason in Korea

ll celebrate midnight Mass at
he Chapel for forces
f tl Canada, Austra-
lia a Zealand,
nd book-binding It was, how-
pver, heartening to see that local
motifs are at last being employed
in embroidery instead of daisies,
lupins and other flowers unknown
to this clime The use of local
flower plants and marine life
hould be encouraged rather than
the stiff and overworked designs
of the past half-century,

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144., Broaé@ ..., sridgetown

Wednesday, December. 24, 1952

Commonwealth Head

EVEN should the peoples of the
British Caribbean decide in favour of a
political federation, there is now little
chance of the federation being described
as “British” or as being of Dominion
status.

One of the announcements which were
made after the meeting of Commonwealth
Prime Ministers in London this month con-
cerned changes in the form of the royal
title. The Queen is no longer to be Queen
of the Dominions and the adjective Britisn
is to disappear.

The expression ‘‘Head of the Common-
wealth” is now to be the inclusive descrip-
tion of the Queen’s constitutional position
with regard to all member states of the
Commonwealth. This description of the
Queen was first used at the Common-
wealth Prime Ministers Conference in
London in 1949 when the government of
India announced its intention of becoming
a sovereign independent republic. Although
rejecting allegiance to the Crown the gov-
ernment of India anndunced in 1949 its
acceptance of the “King as the symbol! of
the free association of its independent
member nations and as such the Head of
the Commonwealth”.

The Queen is according to existing law
“Elizabeth the Second, by the Grace of
God, of Great Britain, Ireland and the
British Dominions beyond the Seas’
Queen, Defender of the Faith.”

At the ceremony of the "Proc!amation
there was a change in the royal style and
Her Majesty was proclaimed to be “Eliza-
beth the Second, by the Grace of God,
Queen of this Realm and of all her other
Realms and Territories, Head of the Com-
monwealth, Defender of the Faith.”

This style is now to be changed for tne
United Kingdom by the substitution of
“the United Mingdom of Great Britain and
Northern Ireland” for ‘‘this realm”.

Canada, Australia and New Zealand
have agreed to similar changes of the royal
style naming the Queen as Queen of their
respective countries and of the United
Kingdom and her other Realms and Terri-
tories.

South Africa proposes a form which will
change the Queen’s title in South Africa
to “Queen of South Africa and of her other
Realms and Territories, Head of the Com-
monwealth”. Ceylon has proposed a similar
style using Ceylon instead of “South
Africa’. Pakistan Jike South Africa and
Ceylon drop the description “Defender of
the Faith” and the Queen is not specifically
described as Queen of Pakistan but only
of the United Kingdom and her other
Realms and Territories. Not owing allegi-
ance to the Crown the Republic of India
has no title for the Queen as Sovereign
but acknowledges her as Head of the Com-
monwealth. The new changes in the royal
title are expected to be accepted by Com-
monwealth Parliaments in time for the
Queen’s Coronation next June. It seems
therefore likely that the provisions made
in the Statute of Westminster that no
change can be made in the royal style and
title without the agreement of all the
Commonwealth Parliaments will be ob-
served, When the changes have been made
legal sanction will have been given to a
process of change which began to develop
soon after the Statute of Westminster in
1981.

The Commonwealth of Nations which
used to be known as the British Empire
and then the British Commonwealth of
Nations is now only to be held together
by the common descriptive title of the
Queen as Head of the Commonwealth. The
word British which accurately described
the former Dominions of Canada, the Com-
monwealth of Australia, New Zealand and
the Union of South Africa was already
doomed when Pakistan, Ceylon and India
became independent members of the Com-
monwealth, The single Crown which used
to be considered as the one remaining ef-
fective bond of Empire tends now to be con-
sidered as a series of several Crowns and in
India there is no Crown. The suggestion that
there should be a Crown of the Common-
wealth representing the head of the family
outside politics is attractive but how can
there be a Crown of the Commonwealth
when India owes no allegiance to the
Crown? The former British Empire has
not been liquidated: but it continues to
change its form and title in an effort to
retain for as long as it can some common
connecting thread. For an appreciable
period of time the idea of the Crown and
the status of Dominions enabled a strong
thread to be used. Today the idea of ‘head-
ship’ as the last common link is a much less
etfective bond but the fact that the major-
ity of member states of the Commonwealth
of Nations once described accurately as
“British” still retains a “crowned head”
as distinct from “Head” is a hopeful sign
that the thread though made of slender
texture will survive many a strain. Should
the territories of the Caribbean which are
now dependent on the United Kingdom be-
come self-governing they can be expected
to join the number of owe
allegiance to the Crown.

those who



BARBADOS



ADVOCATE





———

U.K. Will Caud Awans /OURISTS LIKETO BATHE
Spending

LONDON.

Churchill's
cost of arms production
be limited to £600

Mr,
that the
next year will
million is welcome
the hole country.
it is

For Britain

the Western
struggle against Communism,

Furthermore, Mr. Churchill
the last man to ignore justified
claims for defence; the readjust-
ment in the arms programme
calls for the production of more
efficient and advanced types of
fighting machines and cuts down
the work on older models,

And it reduces by £250 million
the sum which Mr. Attlee’s
Labour Government had _ origin-
ally planned to spend next year
under their three year rearma-
ment programme,

The cuts in the programme will
mean that over forty thousand
workers in the engineering and
aircraft plants will be diverted
to other jobs to produce export
goods,

Few will feel perturbed
this; for long, workers in
industries have been able
make their own terms in
of wage demands. But, in
case, many may be switched
arms production for
defence, One of the orders
be to the tune of ninety
dollars for Centurian

about
these

nine shillings in the pound, may
indeed be reduced next
of

reduction two shillings;

announcement

throughout ‘
* house
felt, is already doing more
than her share in the defence of
Community in the

is

to
respect said to spend;
any

to
European
may
million
tanks to ““@msport and other services; about
be delivered to N.A.T.O, countries, ight

In addition, the spending cuts
raise hopes that income tax, now

year, :
Some optimists have hoped for a Spend one sixth of th
the on smoking and drinking. Never-

iy Vaughan Jones

large nomes. A
itaoe 10r SUCn a
best districis of
vougut itor less

novouy wanes

their
weatyOhe yea
in the
wdicuoca can ve
Mian £2U00y. wut
to hire out their one-time Cco“ucn=
mans home, Uwners usK-
iug, and ge.vling, anytning up Ww
£0,000 freehold tor tnem. During
Miser sS warume buiz, uneéy colin
be picked up around £5uU.

Our way of hving, too, has
UNuec: BOue Olg cnanges, Hair a cen-
tury ago, the pleasures o1 ute Wee
AU 41s CU Louie, “Ud Loe NOUSE-
Wale S pre-ocCuUpasOn Was WIL ner
kitcnen. A typical working-cia s
saimuy Ss buage. recoraea wat, of
We Wage-earner's income, sixy
per cent, went on food; sixteen per
cent. OO rent ana rates; weve
ber cent. on Clowning; eight per
cent. on fuel and lignt. Tne re-
maining tour per cent. had to do
tor all those otner things such as
beer and tobacco, transport and
entertainment, that we now con-
sider vital to our existence.

To-day, the average worker is
nearly forty per
cent. on food; just over seven on
rent and rates; about ten on
clothing; seven on fuel and light;
six on household goods; four on
miscellaneous goods; nine on

buyers for

are

on alcohol and nine on
tobacco.
Yet the nation complains of

austerity!
It can be seen that many people
their income

majority of us would be glad to theless they demand higher wages

see even a shilling come off,

Changes

because they say they cannot keep
up with the high cost of living.

It is, though, on the young
white-collar workers—the clerks

The face of London moves and and other office employees—that

Over the
residential
gradually

changes. decades,
fashionable
have been
westwards from
to Westminster,
Chelsea. And now the
no longer feel that
have a Mayfair addr

Kensington



Their way of life is also chang-

ing. Early this century, the Big
Houses, each occupied by one
family, were staffed by two,

three or more servants, and their

quarters heavily.
spreading With their parents
Mayfair across London, one third of their income
and for a bed-sitting room to rapacious
socialites landlords and landladies who are
they must cashing in on the

the the burdens of life to-day fall most

Those whe dv not live
often pay, in

scarcity value
of small apartments.

Moslem Friendship

The traditional friendship be-
tween Britain and the Mosiem

way of life seemed as enduring world has in the past proved of

the
Today,

itself.
agents

Thames
house

as
are

undated with enquiries for small,

inestimable value to both. But

in- shadows were cast over it by the

Arab-Jewish conflict in Palestine;

cheaply-run two or three storey the expulsion from Persia of Brit-

houses by those who
occupied the four
residences,

Often these small

places were Zone; the

formerly ain’s Abadan oilmen; the Anglo-
and five floor Egyptian dispute over the presence

of Canal

anti-

British troops in the

anti-British and

the homes of the coachmen who American demonstrations in BAgh-

served the masters
Houses.

In some cases
been complete,

his son has

the
The
moved

switch
master
into

’

coachman’s home, and the coach- Minister,

of the Big dad.

So it is good news to hear that

has the recent friendly visit to London
or
the Adnan Menderes and his Foreign

of Turkey’s Prime Minister, Mr.

Mr. Fuat Koprulu, is

man’s family occupies part of Big bearing fruit.

House which has

now been

Mr, Koprulu, it is learnt, has

taken over by the local authori- had discussions with the heads of

ties and split into three,

And the big landlords find few convince them of the need for co-

the Arab missions in Ankara to

operation in building up a Middle
East defence organisation.

Their talks =follow the recent
meeting which Mr. Anthony Eden,
British Foreign Secretary, had in
New York wit the heads of the
Arab delegation to the U.N.

Mr. Menderes and Mr, Koprulu
are far-seeing statesmen. Poised
on Europe’s eastern outpost, they
have understanding for the views
of both Orient and Occident. They
can do much to align the Moslem
world in defence againsi the on-
rush of Soviet jmperialism.

Suggestion Boxes

“Suggestion boxes” which allow
employees to express bright views
for bettering the running of theic
firm as well as to air their griey-
ances have often unexpectedly
good results.

A leading British oil company
employing 43,000 people, has just
announced the benefits of this
system over the past four years.

Altogether 4,000 of the ideas put
forward were adopted. Nearly
1,000 led to an immediate saving
of expense in operational methods
and 1,500 to improving working
conditions and safety. Each em-
ployee putting forward an accept-
able proposal was given a bonus.

The British Pharmaceutical So-
ciety celebrates its centenary this
week with a small exhibition in
London’s Bloomsbury district.
Our Victorian forefathers were
made of sterner and simpler stuff
than we are, it seems. Pills were
the big cure-all, and for those who
could afford them, drugs kept in
beautifully wrought bottles.

And children were not told any
modern nonsense about sunshine
and vitamins. A dose of castor oil
was the thing to put them right,
and if they did not want to take
it, there were box-like spoons for
putting it in their mouths. A
sharp puff from the fond parent,
and the trouble was over. The
castor oil was down their throats.
And for those whose ailments
could not be correctly diagnosed,
there were leeches; toothache
could be remedied with a cork-
screw-like apparatus Which ex-
tracted the offending member
without further ado.

‘ SmilesPeers

No longer do the peers of Britain
command the wealth of the realm
and some are wondering how
cheaply they can successfully get
through the Coronation.

They are relieved to learn from
the Earl Marshal’s office that peers
below the rank of earl, who do not
possess coronets, need not buy
them specially for the ceremony
—so they will save £100.

Furthermore, while peeresses
are told they should wear tiaras,
jewellers are making them so that
they can afterwards be split up for
use as necklaces, brooches, ear-
rings and other pieces of jewellery.

Expecting to make big money,
meantime, are the hoteliers and
restaurant owners. Some have
made plans to,double or treble
their staffs around Coronation
time, and to keep open a twenty-
four hour service.







The Spy WhoDidw't Quite...



Reports

is Meeting With Ron:

JAMES LEASOR

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et

h The RAF. Man

Who Cheated The Scafield

“Six hours ago I had been dining
in an R.A.F. Mess, safe on.Eng-
lish soil, Now I was more than
1,200 miles away, caught in the
act of landing by parachute
from an aircraft, dressed as a
civilian, and with enough explo-
sives in my equipment to blow
up a small town and I was
surrounded by armed German
soldiers. ...
Flight-Lieut,. Ronald Seth found

himself in this position just ten

years ago when he parachuted
into Estonia with orders to sabo-
tage the German-run_ shale-oil
mines and landed right in the
middle of a German patrol, with

a police dog
In the excitement of orders and

counter orders, the dog bit a

soldier and Seth escaped to the

forest to consider his position

It could hardly be worse. He
was alone with a revolver, some
energy tablets (and one of cyan-
ide that guaranteed death),

The parachutes
and explosives were already in
German hands. His missfon was
over before it had fairly begun

For 12 days Seth blunderad
about in the forest, dodging Ger-
man patrols. He wag captured.
He went from jail to jail; was
beaten up.

Then, without
tence of death by hanging
was marched across the snow-
covered public square of Tallinn,
Estonia, to the public gallows. A
crowd of ragged, hungry people
stared at him as a sergeant fast-
ened the rope

The trap dropped
feet; a blur of bright

with his radio

trial, came sen-

He

under his
lights, a

roar, and then the dark....

He awoke in his cell. Some
unknown patriot had fixed the
trap so that it could not open
fully. hs ide

Question

This week-end I met Ronald
Seth, who is 41, tallish, blond;
has a Cambridge degree and
is now by no means fit

Before the war he lectured in
English in Estonia

As we walked in the grounds
of the preparatory school at
Epsom, where he is a master, I
asked the obvious question —
HOW AND WHY does a man

volunteer for a job from whic!

he is practically certain never

to return?
Seth thought back to his days
as a flight-lieutenant: “In the

R.A.F. one day they were talk-
ing about the oil from Estonia.
On the impulse I put in my sug-
gestion of sabotage,

“Most of the people who knew
anything about Estonia were
middle-aged. So when, to my
amaz-ment, Intelligence asked me
if I'd go, I couldn't back out
Self-respect came into it. I had
to jump.”

And in the condemned cell—for
40 hours — alone, what were
his thoughts?

“I thought of my wife.......
Before Id left England we'd had
a tiff. I Wanted her to know I
was sorry. And I had no way of
telling. her.”

When he returned home he
asked his wife if she remembered
the incidenl; she had forgotten all
about it ten minutes after the
argument )

But between his near-execution



and his reunion with his wife,
Seth lived the life which pro-
vides the title of his strange and
gripping book: “A spy Has No
Friends.""*

It describes how, in his cell
he considered his assets: life,
and the spirit to stay alive. He
determined te keep them

He wrote a note te the com-
mandant, saying he had some

radio experience which he would
be prepared to us¢ “against the
Jews and Bolsheviks.”

The bluff appeared to work
He was sent to Frankfort to the
intelligence H.Q. of the Luft-
waffe, and then to the Gestapo.

On November 14, 1943, Seth
was sent, under guard, to Paris
The Nazis wanted to use him as
one of their own agents in Brit-
ain, so he was told

For months he lived under
surveillance. Then one evening
at dinner he irritated a visitor.

He was jailed forthwith.
‘An Ear’

A German count — a high-up
in the Foreign Office—approached
him with a new plan. After the
war, he said, Britain and Ger-
many would have to work more
closely Some Germans wanted
to know more about British con-
temporary thought.

Seth was to be put inside a
P.o.W. camp for British officers
as an “ear” for the Nazis

Seth refused to divulge any in-

formation that might harm his
comrades, but there was no
reason why he = should not at



Dur Readers

Brandon’s Beach
To the Editor, The Advocate,





SIR,—I have seen so much
written in your columns in con-
nection with the beaches in this
island nd how they are kept,
th I am forced to say some-

in connection with that



beach known



as ‘Brandon's

Sh.’
ris beach which is supposed
to be a holiday resort for a great
many people is but a mass of
manchineel trees fying on the
ground reached by a bad road

There is no one io take care of

least appear to agree. So he was
introduced into Oflag 79.
But the officers there suspected

him, Some wanted to throw him
out of an attic window.

One volunteered to be with
him all the time to keep him
from meeting the Germans

Recently this officer, Douglas

Turnage, now a bank official, of
Petts Wood, Kent, recalled those
days:—

“IT was in Seth’s room and stay-
ed by him all the time. He had
to have someone to talk to, and
I rather liked the chap. Some of
the other fellows got a bit on edge
about him.’’]

The Nazis hauled Seth out to
brief him for his trip to England.
Seth says Heinrich Himmler, chjef
of the S.S., wanted him to take
a personal message to Churchill
to the effect that he would seize
power in Germany and negotiate
peace

Seth agreed. He was smuggled
across the Swiss border on April
12, 1945, and at once saw the
Minister — Mr. (now Sir) Clif-
ford Norton,

Says Seth: “It was a tremen-
dous moment. For 898 days, from
November 5, 1942, to April 12,

1945, I had
of death.” 4
But, with thé British Minister,
he adds; “I had a feeling that my
mission seemed less important
than I believed it to be....”
And so it turned out. In the
end the only use apparently made
of his fantastic escapade was that
a circle of Nazi agents who still
hid out in Parig after the libera-
tion was rounded up.
‘Wasted’
Ronald Seth, “the spy who
didn’t quite,” back in his room at

been under sentence

the prep. schoel, lit a cigarette
before answering my next ques-
tion:——

WAS the result
of his mission?

worth the risk
Would he do it



again’

“No,” he said slowly. “The
sacrifice was in my _ opinion
wasted. Even if I'd not been

caught I'd have been very little
use, for the people who had pack-
ed my radio set had forgotten to
put in three crystals that were
essential to change the frequencies!
The thing was useless without
them.”
Andre Deutsch, 10s. 6d.
—L.E.S,

Say:

the beach nor the clothes of the



people when they go there to
bathe and no fresh water
show

Ww needed is something
similar t Graves End beach

near the Garrison

L. B. CLARKE

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jhave

By R. E. SMYTHIES
I EXPECT most readers of the Advocate
are familiar with the old proverb, ‘‘A good
wine needs no bush”, to which I once heard
a modern advertising expert give the growl-
ing response, “If your business is not worth

advertising, better advertise it for sale”!

It is sometimes said that Barbados should | }

do more to advertise its*attractions as a
tourist resort, and if this should ever be
done it would be natural to give priority to
the sea-bathing here, for two very good
reasons, onw being that the bathing is really
excellent, and the other that few things can
such a strong attraction for the
refugees from the rigours of a northern
winter. :

There is, however, a catch in the proposi-
tion as things stand. Suppose for the sake

jof argument that we hired an advertising
,expert for the purpose and he came here to

look the place over in search of arguments
to use as ammunition in the campaign.

I believe he would at once be impressed
by the fact that if all the hotels were filled
to capacity, considerably more than half the
guests would not have ready access to really
good bathing beaches. Any man who took
pride in maintaining the high standards of
his chosen vocation, would have serious
doubts about advertising ‘magnificent bath-
ing beaches’ in such circumstances. He
would know that some tourist would inevi-
| tably feel they had been lured here by false
| advertising, and he would want no part in it

The trouble is due primarily to the fact
that the hotel system as a whole was not
planned to attract tourists, but has rather,
like Topsy, ‘just growed’. It seems to stand
to reason that a tourist hotel on a tropical
island, should be located on a good bathing
| beach. It should also be in rural rather thar.
| urban surroundings, and set in grounds fea
turing an attractive array of tropical trees
and shrubs, carefully spaced so as not to
insulate the tourist from the cooling breezes
that are so necessary for comfort.

It seems obvious that it is not easy to
find a practicable solution of the problem,
but I am convinced that a solution must be
found if the tourist industry is to realise
anything like the possibilities that it un-
doubtedly has in earning revenue for the
island. In groping for an answer I feel I am
not suffieiently familiar with local condi-
tions, or the financial and political under-
currents thereof.

Under the five-year Plan it is the avowed
intention of the Government to encourage
| the development of the tourist industry, and
|I suggest to all concerned that this matter
of really adequate bathing facilities for tour-
ists should be given high priority, if only
because other efforts may be largely nulli-
\fied if it is not solved.

In the meantime it would certainly help
if the beaches can be kept clear of tin cans
and other even more offensive refuse. Pres-

coming worse if the beaches near my home
are any criterion. Much has been said and
written about this but nothing has been done
yet so far as I have observed. Surely this
problem could be solved without expense or
effort out of proportion to the benefit to be
achieved. We cannot be surprised if visitors
regard us as a backward people when they
see the disgusting litter on the ‘magnifi-
cent beaches’.

it is perhaps natural for folk who live here
permanently to underestimate the import-
ance of sea-bathing to the tourist. Having
spent most of my life in Canada I know very
well how strongly the idea of bathing in
mid-winter appeals to the northerner. It is

enough to have access to good bathing here,
take advantage of it twice or even three
times a day, whereas the average Barbadian
takes his bathing very casually, secure in
the knowledge that it is always to be had
when he happens to feel like it, at any time
in the year.

The visitor from the north gets a real ‘kick’
out of disporting himself in bathing trunks
on a sandy beach, acquiring a good sun-tan
and swimming in clear, warm water, while
he thinks of his home covered with snow,
and“the wintry sun shining on the icicles
that hang from the eaves.

By the same token he is likely to find it
very hard to understand why so much of
the available hotel accommodation is not
directly connected with really good bathing
facilities. It would almost seem that instead
of taking advantage of what Nature has
provided in this respect, man has conspired
to make it difficult for the tourist, and has
then thrown in the tin cans to finish the
job. .
I have met some Barbadians who seem to
be opposed to the idea of doing anything to
increase the tourist business, being afraid
that the island may be over-run with them.
I do not think there is any danger of that
myself, and for purely selfish reasons should
be sorry to see it happen I really believe
that the business could be expanded consid-
erably without risk of interfering with the
sugar industry, or with the permanent resi-
dents of the island.

In writing this article I am not drawing
on my imagination but rather on the many
contacts 4 have had with visitors during the
past six years. A number of them have com-
mented to me frankly on their impressions
of Barbados, some of which are flattering
and some not.



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NEW YORK.
ACTRESS Rosemary Murphy pleaded to

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in Japan.” Her father is U.S. Ambassador
Robert Murphy, in Tokyo. Said Judge John
Murtagh, drily: “Well, I don’t think’ he’s
guilty. I'm afraid it’s his family. Sixty dol-
lars (£20 8s.)”

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prices and did not go up when the price con-
trollers permitted a raise, Off, too, go con-
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Teachers Will Hold Talks On
Problems Of Teaching English

ARRANGEMENTS have been completed for the tw
day conference on the Problems of Teaching English

sponsored by the Association of Assistant Teachers in Sec-
ondary Schools on the 8th and 9th January, 1953.

Mr. Val McComie, Secretary of r

the Association Id the ‘Advo- ne Ne . ®
Woman Fined ‘Adjourned

or Stealing Until Jan. 3

| Inquest



cate’ yesterday that the conference
Was originally scheduled for the
15th and 16th January, 1953, but
when it was realised that the
Elementary Schools would reopen
on the 13th, the Steering Commit-
tee had been forced to fix the new





A fine of 50/- to be paid in His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith,
dates The Headmaster and the 2} days or one month’s impris- Acting Police Coroner of Dis-
Governing Body of Combermere onment with hard Tabour was trict “A”, yesterday adjourned
School have given permission to yesterday imposed on 36-year-old until Jan. 3 the inquest into
use the School Hall. Verona Collins of Beckles Hill, the circumstances surrounding

ee er ie o the St. Michael who was found the death of 39-year-old Rita
that the teachers ef Boatiah poe guilty of stealing $11.48 from Harris of Road View, St. Peter

Egbert Maloney by His Worship
Mr. G. B.

detained at the
20 suffer-

Harris was

the, kindred subjects in the Sec- General Hospital on Dec

ondary Schools were becoming Griffith,















more and more perturbed at the Maloney told the court that # from extensive burns on
inability of their pupils to speak while he was in a shop in Nel ie_skin after @ house she’ was
correctly or express their ideas con Street on Dec. 23, Collins Ji. °#usht atre abc 30 pm
simply and coherently. came. in the -.shop and. while Doe Ted She next: day
He felt that the problem had he was talking with acevinihtidy ia
become acute now that selection che sain aes : en? Dr. A. S. Cato who pc 1ed
for entry to the Secondary Schools ,., ‘cn a ‘d ae RENOS IAD DIS the post mortem examination at
was being made from a wider PO°**'S 8nd took out the money, the Public Mortuary said that
range of the population. — Reha a AcE the apparent age of the woman
In this sonauntion he was glad INDEC ENT LANGUAGE was about 40 and Josephine
to say that it was now more gen- Hubert Cumberbatch of Tweed- of Road View, St. Pete
erally accepted among teachers in) ide Road St M atai a ae ified the body to hin
the Secondary Schools that their Font oad, St. ichael, was yes-
role in the education of the child rae y fined 30/- in 14 days or The were extensive
was complementary to that of 2@@, Month's impri onment with abc ck, back and .
their colleagues in the Primary ®@%4 labour by His Worship Mr. ach heart was norma n
Schools. That is why an invita- ©: A: McLeod Police Magistrate hi death was
tion was being extended to f District “A. st ng extensive
all teachers in the Primary He was found guilty of using




Schools to participate in this con-
ference. For it was obvious that
the best way of tackling this or
any other common problem was

indecent lang
Road, on Dec.
prosecuted for



on Tweedside alike” tnatournting
Set. E. W. King His Wor hi = ea air cote
the Police. uy told the nin

th
the












jury that he had been informed
by cohesive action by all the com- “ . that cc of the lamp w }
ponent parts of the Educational PUBLIC MISCHIEF i d r¢ the aon e, ‘had
machine. Carmen Griffith of Chase Land, ! oe ere p_ Govert ee
Director Will Open St. Michael yesterday appeared ar HOE a al es mat arse
The Director of Education has before His Worship Mr. G, B. que St until the Cot Ff a > aS
agreed to open the Conference G'ffith charged by the Police Baers ‘ire cn cee oor
and it is hoped that there will be wih Serene public we capes po! ae a = So nan “ : on ct. ‘ ne case Was ad- we ~ Te
secherae ae. MeComie veintad journed until Dec. 30. ee ee
out that it might be argued that Inspector Springer is conduct- Gouldan Aban of Roebuck
the programme envisaged was iS the case for the Police. Street, St. Michael

reported to




somewhat heavy,





Police 3 erday that a

The gee however, was to ity of copper valued at

cover as wide a field as possible ° ) was. stolen from his resi-
to indicate the magnitude of the Installations Al . )

dence sometime on Dec, 20

problem. Then subsequently, each

aspect of the problem could be Government House
discussed at length by either of c St.
the two Associations of Teachers. THE Legislative Council yester- }

Dorothy
Michael

Ouse was

Stuart of
reported
broken and

Bank Hall
that her
entered




He hoped that any recommenda- Gay passed a Resolution for $4,200 sometime on Dec. 20 and articles
tions which might result from the to provide for Electrical installa- t) the value of $20 were stolen
conference would be favourably tions at Government House. " ; ?
received by the Education Au- The addendum to the Resolution Ana’-Clarke of Brittens Hill
thorities with a view to imples states that the Government Elec- Mina) | devicitelt. tHGt hed
menting them. trical Inspector has reported that Sean broke n- ind ‘ente red
The provisional programme is the electrical installations at Gov- re Ds ge i 7 ve

as follows: — ernment House are in a _ very ee ee ee aoa sab

First Day dangerous condition thereby cre- 1 and money to the amount

hazard 5 stolen.

Electric In-

ious fire
Government

ating a ser

9.30 a.m.—9.45 a.m. — Opening The

of the Conference.

(1) 9.45 am—11.15 am—The Spector has recommenced that the Irer ei rg igh t of St. La wrence

Content of English Teaching” electrical installations be renewed Gap, Christ Church reported that

(2) 11.45 am.—1.15 p m.—“The and re-arranged at an estimated ne ma of $35 Mie prance

res aa rey 0S $4.2 1er 10use sometime vetween

ee s the limited home een eee 7.15 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. on Dec.
acer ound. The Acting Colonial Secretary 29.

(3) 3.00 p.m.—4.30 p.m.—“Oral

Training Prose and Drama.’ who introduced the passing of the

frs. Gill o
Resolution said that another rea- Mrs. Gill of

Regan Lodge, St

Second Day son. why there was some need for 3 hael . ea d ee 5 enep

(1). 9.30 a.m.—11 15 am—“The 2rsency in the matter of fixing ne igi pas cos Dec. ey ven

Teaching of Literature >, the installations was because of yard on the night of Dec. 20 was
. 2a : the expected visit of Her Royal stolen.

(2) 11.45 a.m.—1.15 p.m.—“The
Question of Grammar”.

(3) 2.30 p.m.—4.00 p.m.—Final
Session. Reports of Chairman and
recommendations.

Pudding And
Souse Vendor

7°
‘
Wins Car

MRS. LEOTTA HOWELL of
Brewster’s Land, Barbarees Hill,
holder of Ticket No. B 3110, was
the winner of the motor car which
was raffled by the Police in aid
of the Barbados Boys’ and Girls’
Clubs. Howell sells pudding and
souse for a living.

She said that she bought a book
of tickets, which contained the
lucky number, from Chief Writ-
server A: Waterman. Yesterday
morning she did not realise she
had the number until a friend met
her in the market and said: “So
you have won the car”. She then
read the newspaper and saw the
number.

Howell said that she has won
small amounts of money on pre-
vious occasions at the B.T.C. races

Second prize, a frigidaire, was
won by Mr. Cecil Edwards of
Hastings, Christ Church, holder
of ticket No. B 0457. Edwards said
that after buying a few tickets he
forgot about the raffle. He saw
his number in the Advocate yes-
terday.

The other winners were as fol-

The Police are investigating all
these reports.

RECEIVES CAR

Highness the Princess Royal early
next year. of

MRS. LEOTTA HOWELL won the car raffled in aid of the Barbados



lows: Third prize, a radiogram, “e of die 4 ialail

won by "Edmund Brathwaite, holder of ticket No. R 0878, C. F.

holder of ticket No, M 2100. Fourth Browne of R. M. Jones, City, hh C.A. Additional
prize, a sewing machine, won by holder of ticket No. O 3216, C. |
P. E. Burke of Barclay’s Bank, Ward of Pilgrim Land, Christ

holder of ticket No. O 1145. Fifth Church, holder of ticket No

Flight

prize, a bicycle, won by R. Holder
of McClean's Gap, Britton’s Hill,
holder of ticket No. R 1459. ‘Ten
cash rizes of $50 each were won
by Hutson Chandler of Belle Fac-

M 1001, E. D. Fitzpatrick of Grand
View House, St. Thomas, holder
of ticket No, B 4578, E. E. Ashby
of Christ Church, holder of ticket
No. O 2195, D. Leach of Frank B

T.C.A’s ad nal flight fror
Canada to Barbados which wa
due to arrive here at 5.50 yester-
day morning was almost



seven

Delayed |

tory, holder of ticket No. B 4668,
Cofleen Martin of 3812 La

Armstrong, City, holder of ticket hours’ late due te snow in Toronto

Salle, No. O 1018 and E. N. Roach of




Montreal, Canada, holder of ticket Cluffs Plantation, St. Lucy, holder The aircraft which normall
No. O 3421, E, A. -Sisnett of of ticket No. O 0551 flies from Montreal to Toronto
Brownslow, Black Rock, holder of The prizes were distributed by had to remain in Montreal for pas-



to travel from

ticket No. B 2303, E. E. Green of
the Barbados General

Col. R. T. Michelin yesterday sengers w

3 ho had
Hospital, morning at Central Police Station. Toronto t

train.



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In Broad St.



BOY SCOUTS were posted at THREE MOTOR VESSELS arrived in Carlisle Bay
th ¢ Cros Lane in Broad cues yesterday morning and considerably increased the activity T Y .
yes erc ay : orning ae ong along the waterfront j ? ft
~ed ross the street under : ‘i
the uctions of the Police. The motor vessels arriving were the Blue Star under : B A
hey were a ys kept busy Captain D, Cheeseman, the Daerwood, under Captain J. C
On 1s placed opposite Hutch- Neilsen and the Moneka, under Captain R. Hudson.
inson & Co. and the other at Cave 4 as
Shepherd & Co. Phe Moueka and t Daerwood [ Y 7
sroad Stree vas always over- ‘ L ate Lvs Y
rowded Housewives jammed sca er rl -
V s. One of the big gro- broug: imilar
cery stores closed at one time be- copra u ental Health
Ay o1 the te witi« crowd, rae ¢ of the Daerwood }
Alleys where Christma 245k { ‘ \ i + .
ns were bi old, we é ioe: vere ‘ ° » | { &; C. C; Te
ere being sold, were almost: Cy vresn rusie ones Act Amendec njoy a Crispy Christmas
a corn flour was on sale a or er Os Omy —
r pint. There were alsc i an Seen sd The Legislative Council yest
nr een peas. Sellers said that | J3 bags of copra, 77 casks and 20 p ed a sill amending t) oT PT 'p
these were for regular customers. Crates of fresn truit und 3 ba Mental Health Act of 1951 GET CRISI
rtly after 2 p.m. a sudden Of Dominican h jeral Ih provide certain safegua
- of rain held up shopper Meneka’s last port of call wa inst the provisions of the A
for about five minutes Domnica ch deal with temporary trea nfs
The Blue Star ed ¢ Without certification THibix Soda Crackers
from Nassau brought an :
o7 ROW Sverre The Hon, C. W
27 CHOIRS ENTERED lumber This vessel is berthed i; C. Wylie, Attorne - a al
FOR COMPETITION the inner Careenage * General, in introducing the Bill j ON SALE THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND.
; LIME FOR 6.G. Council explained that
ST. SIMON’S CHOIR will lea es tary of State in comment '
‘ the annual singing competitio The Schooner Franklyn D.R. ©! i. provisions of Section 13 ¢
Kensington Oval on New Year which is at present bertied in pointed out that th THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO. LTD.
g Twenty-seven chon inner careenage wa y rday , power in the se
have entered the competition loading a quantity of lime for Brit- ‘On for admission of persons f ee
Belleplaine, winners of last year ish Guiana porary treatment and 1
competition, Chapman Lane, Ne The schooner was recently 1 | var provisions .exist in Unite Ss ———$——— —— =
Orteans and Eagle Hall are amon painted by its crew and certait K tom 1 lation He ther
those entered The new choir minor internal repairs earried out , considered that all possib]
include Glory Waves, King’s Park The schooner will il shortly for oars hould be inserted t . * ft
Choral Group, and Hope Road British Guiana. The Frances Ww.) °™' use Py
Choir, Smith was alse loading | . The & ; f
The prize list remains the same RG. yesterday Both ‘an The pecretary of State had ac \ a*
at last year’s, first prize $80.00. are tonsioried. to -the.Schooner teen ey recommended that add 4 é @ /
The test piece is Sing the Owr ia? Association 5, : a lal pre , ision along the lines ¢ *
Birth was born tonight.” i ils ins : d ee ‘eal in the Souther: —
> ORS 7 sverenere Nhodesia tislation from whict
GENERAL FOODSTUFFS local Act wae drafied, ahocie



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The Panamaniatr f the Mental Hospital for “Bellodgia” “Fleurs de RocaiHe’ “Nuit de Noel
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1952—83

— Legislative Council Pass

| Supplementary Resolution
$166,622 toSupplement

Estimates

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL yesterday passed a
Resolution for $166,622 to supplement the 1952-53 estimates
under 15 heads. After the Acting Colonial Secretary Mr.
G. T. Barton introduced it, the Council agreed with it with-

out much debate.

The Heads are “Governor” for
which $410 is voted for upkeep of
gardens and incidentals, Colonial
Secretary — $1,800 for stationery
and incidentals, $450 for office
equipment at the Customs and $300
for travelling expenses in connec-
tion with the Fire Brigade. Th:
remaining amounts are $500 under
Registration Office, $6,052 fo:
Legal Departments, $4,200 under
Police, $500 for motor transport
under Bagbados Regiment, $6,276
under Public Works Depariment,
$50,660 under Labour Departmen
$35,000 for the Department of
Highways & Transport, $11,600
for Waterworks and the remain
der for miscellaneous services and
the Post Office.

Introducing the Resolution th
Acting Colonial Secretary said:

“Sir--This is one of those Reso-
lutions, presented to the Leygisla-
ture at intervals in whic are
combined a number of items that
it is hoped, will not be regarded
jas controversial. The Honour-
}able Council has in the past
criticised the size and number of
| Resolutions submitted for its con-





sideration. For this reason. Sir,
with your permission, I will sa}
a few words of a general nature

which I hope will mollify any
criticism that members may feel
“Basically the argument is that
if the Legislature wants adequate
tontrol over Government expendi-
{ture these Resolutions are neces-
sary, for the alternative is for
Gevernment to over-estimate with
onsequential dangers of extrav~
igance. In these unsettled davs
yrices and labour rates are much
too unstable to allow exact
stimates to be framed, particular-
ly so long in advance
‘During the last financial vear
tbout one and a half million



iniiars were voted by way of siip-
} plementary estimates: so far this
veor, after nearly nine months
}only about a quarter of a m

has een sought

The Method

“The method of presenting Gov-
ernment finances, which of course
fT am not criticising, does stres
}estimated expenditure without
| turning the game spotlight on any
|revenue that might accrue from
| that expenditure, for such matters
‘are tucked away in the Addendum
}and have not the same prominence?
nor impact,

“In fact, if Fstimated Expendi-
ture is the prima donna of ike
| Estimates, the Revenue, Refunds,
|Savings and Earnings tend to be
| relegated to the back row of the
|chorus. For example the item
“Emigration” under Head XXXI
| Labour Department, is for $50,000,
‘and the item “Work undertsken
and Gov

srnment Denertments” under Head

XXXII, Department of Hiehweay:
and Transport is for $35,000. To-
gether these total more than half
the Resolution, and sonre of th?
1 $50,000 is recoverable, though the
factual amount denends on the
\length of stay of the workers in
the United States and the rates of
\their wages. The $35.000 js eithr
recoverable from Utility C

panies or represents a hook entry
lof money already voted in resnec
lof other Denartment: Actiny
{Allowances for $12,000 also to
some extent disguises the fact that
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personal emoluments items when
an Office is vacant,

“In some territories where
vote service credits exist and
where a Finance Committee can
authorise increases in items. of
expenditure provided savings are
quoted under other items of the
same Head, recourse to the
Legislature is not so frequent,
but the method in use in the
Island gives the Legislature the
fullest possible picture of ex-
pected Government expenditure
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The concentration on esti-





mated expenditure, may give @
wholly erroneous impression of
( nee on the part of the



rnment and its officers.

of Departments, from
io time, are subjected to
criticism in the matter of
the expenditure of their Depart-
ments. They are accused of irre-
sponsible estimating of lavish
expenditure, and of thinking that
when funds are exhausted they
only have to ask to receive more.
I wonder, Sir, how many of us
ike the trouble to examine un-
der each Head the column of the
Estimates that shows the actual
expenditure and compare it with
the amounts that the Legislature
have authorised.



Past Record

“Let us examine the record of
the past and see if the charges
can be substantiated. The latest
figures available to the Council
are contained in the current Es-
timates and refer to the financial
year 1950—51. Taking some of
the larger spending Departments
we find that the Agricultura)
Department spent $30,000 less
than the sum allowed by the
Legislature in the Estimates; the
Waterworks, $37,000 less; the
Medical Department $40,000
Highways and Transport $20,000,
the Police $37,000; Public Works
Department $6,000; Legal Depart-
ment $21,000; Harbour and
Shipping $13,000 less. If one
takes into account supplement-
ary provisions the savings on
cuthorised expenditure would be
a reat deal more





“The Education Department
spent $54,000 less than the total
sur authorised by the Legisla-
ture, and of the $68,000 supple-
mentary expenditure authorised
in that year $53,000 was a new
item for this Island’s contribu-
tion to the University College of
the West Indies; $5,000 for
State-Aided Secondary Schools;
and 56,000 for repairs to Ele-
mentary Schools under the con-

ol of the Public Works Depart-
ment; and the remaining three
io four thousand dollars was for
increased Barbados Scholarships
arising from the new Act. In
fact nothing that could be laid at
he door of the Head of the De-
partment to support a charge of
extravagance or bad estimating.
Che total money placed by the
Legislature at the disposal of
the Administration in Part I
Estimates that year was under-
spent by more than $300,000
This is not squandermania run
riot. This is not a Rake’s Pro-
aress. In twenty-one years ex-
perience I have found tha, Gov-
ernment officers are more jeal-



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DOS-9$9GHE SOSH HHHIHHDOSHHOOME

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ous in guarding the public purse X P ES
than they are in guarding ,their mas arty
wn. 7
“Before criticising the Heads A P , 9
of Departments for their esti- t 1. eter s
mates it is only fair to sppregi- ‘ .
ute some of the difficulties. n mi
the first place they have to pre- Infirmary
pare their estimates six months «
before they will become opera- A CHRISTMAS PARTY was
tive, that is to say, they cover piven for the inmates of St, Peter's;
a period of six to eighteen [nfrmary on Monday afternoon.
months in the future. They have 7. programme included carols, |
to forecast, within that period, norms and a play. These were
the movement of prices (a task presented by the senior pupils of
from which a trained economist ¢; peter’s Girls’ School and mem-|
in these days would shrink) and fers of St, Feter’s Girls’ Old
they may have their forecasts Scholars’ Association under the
sharply pruned by the Esti- direction of the Head teacher,|?
mates Committee. Thus it is that Miss S$. Watts.
we see in the Notes that accom- Gifts from a large decorated
pany the Resolution that the Christmas tree were distributed to
greatest number of items refer the inmates by the Rector Rev
to increases in respect of higher A J. Hatch who acted as Father
costs and rising prices. Among Christmas. During the afternoon
the largest of these items are the refreshments were served. ;
incre s for the Mental Hospit- THE staffs of the Richmond's
al Farm ‘and fodder for the écehools have been poing around
Police Horses, singing carols on behalf of the poor |
children of the school. Proceeds
Uneertaint» will go to help buy clothing for
the children.

“When estimates are being Sh L
prepared there is also ufhcer- XMAS C AROLS
thinty as to whether goods will 7 Ree a the St.
arrive or accounts be brought to , hs ey School Choir’ mee
book within the period. Normal- ad ‘ Sarr STAsIeRyiaienDs
ly. nae ET topeged me carols At St. John’s Almshou e.

ae . 7 ~ Duri singing of the carols
presentation of accounts by the ura so %, Simmons
81st March, will balance out, but "°° 700d toys and clothing to
pet gegen Aap ag age ge be the children and some cash to the

: ‘nmates.
two large amounts in the same On Boxing Day at 4 p.m. the St.
year, as for example—Head II John’s Parish Church Choir will

Colonial Secretary — item 11, give a programme of Christmas
Stationery.

The A Giese. itemnein aa irols at St. Lucy’s Almshouse.
™ re are ¢ or ems

Resolution that arise from the GIFTS FOR BLIND
nereasing demands of the pub- ~~~ : 2
lie. for enninle the reqnise At the Hurd Memorial School |
ments of the Registration Office, for the wore peta gil etl
the Dental Out-Patient Service Mrs. J. A We to the students |
and the Post Office. While others Wishers presentéd sehen Sana ites,
depend upon the behaviour pf PARR gE OF re Othe school” Mr.|
the public, ag the requirements Weorze Scott teacher of the school $
f the Legal Departments. presented Miss Elsie Tudor with al @
“Of the new items, the very bouquet of flowers.
necessary repairs to the Bay The students are







being trained $

Street Esplanade breakwater by Mr, Harold Rock, organist ” 2
could not have been foreseen, and S.. fohn’s Parish Church. 3
must be undertaken at once if 2
erious loss, perhaps even 2

danger are to be avoided. The / k 3
much needed renovations at the Mr. Cu e€ >
Baggage Warehouse are in keep- ‘

ing with the desire to brighten P ~ | At
Bridgetown for Coronation Year. reslc es 2
Besides, the young sister of the

3aggage Warehouse, the Termin- i C \ il
il Building at Seawell, has re- 4e€g. oune
eently had a most extensive
face-lift. Hon, H. A, Cuke presided over
the meeting of the Legislative
Council yesterday in the absence
ire required on any item, over of His Honour the a oo
ind above those in the notes I She siepoise BELSE Whe ye
1 ’ a J ‘ 4 1idis .
rhe AD best tq supply the Before the Council adjourned
: without a date, Hon. Dr. H. G.|
‘ “So that there should be no Massiah extended the compliments
misunderstanding in any quarter of the Season to the Acting
as to anything I may have said, President, and expressed the hope

“I have tried to keep my re-
marks general, but if any details




I should like to make the posi+- that they would all have a
tion of the Government clear pleasant vacation and return re-
with regard to criticism of mat- invigorated, |
ters of public concern, whether Hon. Mr, Cuke warmly recipro-—
included in this Resolution or cated the feelings expressed by
hot, The Government welcomes the honourable Dr. Massiah,
ind takes note of constructive —_——
criticism, particularly when it is
tiven by those that have the REPAIRS TO
duty to give it. But Government MOBILE CINEMA
expects, and has the right to ;
ask, that criticism should be _ The Acting President of the
fair, without personal prejudice Legislative Council, Hon, H. A.
or petty spite, and that it Should Cuke yesterday named _ Hon'ble
be in accordance with the rea) Messrs, Dr. Massiah, J. Mahon
facts and not based on irrespon- 2nd K. Hunte as a Committee to}
ible distortions. draft a reply to a message from
“Sir—I beg to move that this His Excellency the Acting Gove
Resolution be passed. nor concerning proposed repairs
This was seconded by Hon. C, to the Mobile Cinema, The Coun-
Wylie and passed after one cil have been asked whether they
question from the Hon. G. D. L. would concur in expenditure for
Pile, certain repairs,



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WEDNESDAY,



DECEMBER

24, 1952



















THE INAUGURAL MEETING of the St. Michael- NEW FISHING
East Boy Scouts’ Local Association was held in the Hall of
Harrison College on Monday, December 15th, at 5 p.m.
The meeting which was convened at the instance of
the Assistant Commissioner (Mr. L. A. Harrison) for the
St. Michael-East sub-area, was well attended by residents
of the district, parents of Scouts, Patrol Leaders, Commis-
PBioners and other prominent citizens connected with the
Scout Movement
Seated on the platform with the Warn the newly elected most ur-
f istant Commissioner were: gently against falling off in efforts,
. Gerald Hudson, Assistant interest and enthusiasm when
land Commissioner for Wolf things became routine and hum-
Cubs; Mr. Aubrey Douglas-Smith, drum. He hoped that they would
) Area Commissioner for the South- continue with the same enthusi-
@mn Area; Major C. Glindon Reed, asm and make the new Associa-
@Mirector of Education; Mr. W. H. tion a live part of the Scout
@arier, M.B.E., Island Badge Sec- Movement.
oS Mr. J. C. Hammond, This was followed by a short
admaster of Harrison College; Film Show kindly _ presented
Major C. Noott, Headmaster of through the courtesy of the Brit-
mbermere School; Capt. H. H. ish Council Representative after
Williar M.B.E.., Generel Secre- Which there was a meeting of the
tery of the Y.M.C and Capt. newly elected Executive Commit-
& A. Sealy, Assi ot it Commis- tee. St. Lucy.
@Moner for St. Michael—South. Scout Week Planned September,
Excuses were offered for the Very It has been arranged that the
Reverend Ds - ng wood woe york beginning Saturday, 3rd
Was indisposed, the Reverenc anuary, 1953, to Saturday, 10th
St. C. Tudor, District Cubmaster, January, will be devoted to inter- Six y - WwW oO av t |
. ‘harles. Harris and Mr. patrol and_ inter-troop Competi-
Springer, Assistant tions and Games among the four
imp Chief, who were Groups in the sub-area on the
ttend The Island grounds of Combermere and ‘Har-
owing to influenza yison College. The final day,
also prevented Saturday 10th will be an entire
Field Day and members of the @ From page 1.
Local Association, Parents and the Always interested in life at
general public are invited to come sea, Dr. Bombord has written
NOTICE TO in between the hours of 9 a.m. to articles on how man can exist
SCOUTERS 12.30 p.m. and 3—6 p.m. There . f 1 pT
? will be a Campfire at 6.30 p.m. On 888 /t00d, . Brove. his
It is hereby notified for to close this week of activities, theory, he set out from
those concerned that the Patrol Leaders Get-Together Monaca, France on May 25 on
Christmas “SOCIAL” fixed On Thursday afternoon, 18th a Transatlantic voyage. Prior
for Saturday 27th instant December, fourteen Patrol Lead- stint

will take
Cottage,
to 6 p.m.

place at Harmony
St. George, from 3
Dress: Lounge.

———————————
of the meet-
ant Commis-




those present for
went on to say
ub-area was served at

four Scout Groups,
Y.M.C.A.,
Harrison College,
that this was an
around which to

by only
ombermere,



1 that there were only

all ranks in the four

s according to their last
Census returns and pointed out
that according to the Commission-
ers Handbook, issued by Imperial











Headquarters, for every 5,000 head
f Civil populat ion there should
1 group of 100 Scouts all ranks.
Consequently, St. Michael and
Bridg set wn with an_ estimated
population of 83,600 at

35 51., ought to be served by
ipprox. 1,672 Scouts all ranks. As
» St. Michael East sub-area

the
A only one-third of the Parish
t. Michael their total of Scouts
ranks should be approx. 557





of whigh,they only had at present
135. Consequently, there appear-
ed to be a deficit of 422 in the

»-area and one of the aims of



» Local Association would be to













decrease that deficit.

Ir oliciting the help of those
present in the task ahead, he ask-
e hem to bear in mind these

rds of E. H. Partridge, “It is of
the first importance to teach a man
how to use his living when he
h made it, to seize every oppor-
tuni of life, but yet in such a
manner that he ues knowledge

its material rewards, the

game above the prize, and the

Ww els being of the community

ve his own comfort and ad-
vancement.”

During the business of the meet-
ing the following appointments

ere made

President and Chariman: Mr.
J. C. Hammond, M.A,

Vice-Presidents: Major C. Noott,
Capt. H. H. Williams, M.B.E., and
the Very Reverend Dean Hazel-
wood

Hony. Secretary: Mr. F. M.
Blackman

Hony, Treasurer: Mr. M. I.
Phillips.

Hony. Auditors: Messrs. C. D.
Gittens and A. S. Howell.

cutive Committee: Scouters:

Me -s, G. R. Brathwaite, Cosie

Brathwaite, G. R. Spencer and
D. A ( “S .

Me $ o a Group Committees:











. Hope, W. A. Abra-

; G. By noe and W.:Allen.
Mer mbers es ©. S
A. Ly aieh: Quin-
’, Davis and . A “Durant.
1an: Major C.




€
Noott



Represte ntatives on Island Scout
Council

Ex-officio: Mr. F. M. Blackman

Secretary).
Scouter: Mr. G.

Layman: Mr. O. A, Pilgrim.

In his presidential address, Mr
Hammond took opportunity to
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ers and Seconds held their Christ-
mas “Get-Together’ at Comber-
mere School. The Assistant Com-
missioner and Scouters G. R.
Brathwaite, Cosie Brathwaite and
G. R. Spencer were also present.
Following a short talk on “The
Patrol Leader and his Patrol” by
the sistant Commissioner, which
was llowed by questions and in-
formal discussion, refreshments
were served. It was then resolved






to form a Patrol Leaders’ Confer-
ence for the sub-area, By unani-
mous approval, Troop Leader




3ushell of Combermere Troop we
elected Chairman, Patrol Leader
Tull of Y.M.C.A. was elected Sec-
retary and P.L. Clarke of Com-
bermere, Assistant Secretary.

L.A}

19.12.52.

ST. MICHAEL-SOUTH L.A.

P.L’s Conference

The Patrol Leaders of the St.
Michael—South sub-area met in
Conference at Scout Headquarters
on Tuesday, the 16th of Decem-
ber.

The Southern Area Commis-
sioner (Mr. A. E, Douglas-Smith)
gave a talk on the Patrol System.

As all should be aware, the
Patrol System is not one method
in which Seouting for Boys can
be carried out, it is the only
method. ‘

After remarks by the Assistant
Commissioner (Capt R. A.
Sealy), the Conference elected W.
Trotman of the ®t St. Michael
(First Sea Scouts) as Chairman
and T. Harvey Read of the 2nd
St. Michael (Garrison Sea Scoyts)
as Secretary. :

The P.L’s







discussed the
Program and activities which
are carried out in their Troops,
recruitment and subscriptions.
Two P.L’s demonstrated Patrol-
training in knot-tying and signal-
ling.
CHRISTMAS GREETINGS
The Assistant Commissioner
extends the Season’s Greetings
to the lay members of the Local
Association and to members of the
Scout Movement in the sub-area,

3rd Bridgetown Cathedral

then



Group
On Friday afternoon, Dec, 19th,
the Area A.D.C., Mr. Lisle Har-
rison, paid a visit tothe 3rd



Bridgetown Cathedral C oup
where he met the scouts in session

under their G.S.M. Mr. George
Spencer “tuning up” for a sub-
area Inter-group competition
which takes place from January
3rd to 10th, 1953. He was im-
pressed with what he saw, and

showed his enthusiasm by demon-
strating the “Fireman's Lift” to
the boys who in turn practised it.
Opportunity was taken by the
G.S.M. to ask him to present both
proficiency and Efficiency Badges
to those boys who earned them.
In doing this he pointed out to
them that a badge was not only
for the purpose of decoration, but
indicated a standard to be main-
tained “When scout wears a
badge”, he said, “he must be pre-
pared at any time to carry out
its obllgations immediately and
feel happy in doing so.”

After a brief talk on general

scoutcraft and its Ideals, three





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to our

Prosperity

Friends and
Customers Sincere Wishes for a
Happy X'mas' and trust that the
New Year will bring you



BARBADOS AD

VOCATI



Inaugural Meeting Of St. Michael-East 2

Boy Scouts’ Local Association

BOAT



MR. JOHN GRIFFITH is building a new fishing boat at Orab Hill,
This will replace the one which was destroyed by fire in

Son

in Rubber Dinghy

to the trip, he swam the Eng-
lish Channel in one of the
Daily Mail competitions.
From Monaca he visited
the Balearic Islands, arriving
there on June 11. He next
set out for Tangier and reach-

ed there on July 28 By
August 20 he was in Casa-

blanea and he arrived in Las
Palmas on September 3. He
left Las Palmas on October 19
on his trip across thé Atlantic.

Three days out from Las
Palmas, a strong gust of wind
ripped his sail. He replaced
this with a spare sail, but this
.oO Was torn. With needle
and thread, Dr. Bombord re-
paired the sail which was to
bring him to Barbados.

At four o’clock yesterday
morning Dr. Bombord sighted
Harrison Point Lighthouse.
Later, as he approached land
he saw Barbadian boys fishing
in small boats. He dived over
the side of his dinghy and-ap-
proached the boys who assist-
ed him in swimming ashore
with equipment. Later the
boat was brought on the beach
and the Police were summon-
ed,

In making
Bombord
miles. If
crow flies”
about 2,700 miles

On arriving at Bridgetown yes-
terday the first things Dr. Bombord
did were to send a cable to his
wife and three children and con-
tact the Stanilands whose yacht
Nymph Errant is at present in
Barbados on dock. Before le;
ing Las Palmas he and the Stani-
lands arranged to meet in Barba-
dos for Christmas. Mr, Staniland
said: “‘You just made it.”

During the trip he caught
plenty of fish, sometimes more than
he could use. Now he says ah |
am tired of fish. I do not “want
any again unless they are

the Dr.
3,100
the

been

crossing
covered about

he had come “as
it would have



to see
cooke

a’
being
I ever
be on



as tired” he said, “but fancy
on land for Christmas! I!
do make a trip again it will
a larger boat with plenty of
food. You may not believe it, but
for ten days I dreamed of the
chicken and rice I shall now ask
Mrs. Staniland to cook this for
m.e”’ :

He said that the trio was
dangerous but very useful. He
will now be able to help others by
his experience, but he will not be
going through such an experience
again

cheers were given fcr him and the

parade dismissed. Those receiv-
ing badges were: —Edmund Mot- |
tley, Lionel Jones and Arthur

Goodman (Despatch Riders) and
Livingstone Scantlebury, Mic hael
Scantlebury and Clifton Goodman
(Second Class—efficiency ).

much

ou nin RN SKONEAEN

———E

Dr. Bombord said that he was
oan ill for about 15 days. Rain
ell often and his boat was

par: actically filled with water. When
he reached Barbados the boat con-
tained more water than when he

started. He passed about 20 ships
on the way, but only two saw
him and stopped, One was a
Dutch vessel and the other the

English vessel S.S. Arakaka from
Liverpool, “The captain of the
Arakaka was extremely kind to
me”, he said.

Before he
Captain asked
Christmas
requested that
burgh Concerto
played on the

left
him
request.

the
to
Dr.

Ship the
make a
Bombord
The Banden
by Bach be
“Listeners Choice”
programme of the B.B.C. for
himself and all those who are
at sea on Christmas Day. The
Stanilands and himself will be
listening out for the request
The Captain of the ship also sent
a cable to his wife.

“IT was never bored
day of the trip”, he
felt that at sea one
by a schedule. He fished, wrote
music and made notes of his
observations. At night he did not
carry lights because they
attracted sharks. His most feared
enemy was the swordfish. He
was afraid it might puncture his
inflated boat,

Dr. Bombord,
English, French,
and Greek,
books about
be of his

for one
said, He
must work

who speaks
Spanish, Latin
intends to write two
the trip. One will
experiences and the
‘atier will give hints to those
who are thinking of making
such trips. “I am no desperado
or adventurer. By making this
trip I set about to prove what
I have already written.” He
said that when in_ laboratories
he stated that man could live
at without fresh food and
water, and sailors who read this
statement scoffed at the idea. “I
have proved it. How do I look?
Don’t I look quite healthy and
well”, he asked.
He said that his
lost during the
the because
he would release
air and at night
place it, “But one
got was my repair
However, he had
it.
Dr.

sea



dinghy never
trip. During
of expansion
some of the
he would re-
thing 1. for-
kit”, he said
no need for

ail
day,

Bombord said “I shall
never ugain throw away food. I
have learnt how appreciate
it.” He smoked cigarette a
day.

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who go to sea in small
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nationalities at sea
on an English yacht t
Palmas th was a_ party.
nt were twelve people of 11
ent nationalities, Everyone

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John E. Griffith. “When my new ore
boat is completed I will not re-
name her “Baby Boy”. That name
is too unfortunate,” Mr. Griffith
told an Advocate reporter
Mr. Griffith was able to make
a start on his new boat with the
sum of money he received from a
fund which was opened by the
“Barbados Advocate,”’ He said that
he got $104.40 from this fund
Th money was handed over to
the Churchwarden of the parish i
nd he in turn parsed it on to \ =e
Griffith
The new boat will cost approxi-

mately $600. This includes material

and payment for labour
“I'am missing a good part of
the present fishing season and am

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working on my boat without being |

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paid,” he said. He hopes to launc h}

his new boat sometime in Febru- | Mygiene
ary next year.

Mr. Griffith formerly owned} . :
another fishing boat named Simply sprinkle
“Darine” which sank off South! ie rig a
Point in 1950. Today he has a ay a itata
few small boats and the ne

Ww fish- | leave overnight

~then flush.
*‘Harpic’s
cleansing action
disinfects and «
deodorises
where no brush

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For Holiday | *Harpic’ is safe a a
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R. H, PUGH, a Theo tories lncialing . <=.
M': Student of Coimelaeten bake ee ene : Wh
lege, left for St. Vincent on Mon- | $0 septic: tanks. Whi)
ae y afternoon by B.G Airways to | ,
nd the Christmas holidays with |
ft le lends |
Also leaving by the same plane | '
for St. Vincent was Miss Vida| TH® SAFE LAVATORY CLEANSER
Abbott of Antigua who arrived |
from that colony on Monday |
morning. She will also be spend- |
ing the Christmas holidays with
her brother, Mr. Jackson Abbott, | Sire etic aie
a merchant of St, John's.
| - 7 a,
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In The Legislative | You pay no more
v e ,
Council Yesterday | won ehe

When the U@islative Council met yes-
terday, the following were laid |
MASSAC |
Repairs to the Mob nema Unit of |
the Department of Educaffon
Message from Her Royal Highness the |
Princess Royal regarding her proposed |
visit to Barbados |
DOCUMENTS |
1. Annual Report on the Local en
for the year 1951-52 |
2. Thelmportation of Animals (Prohibi-
tion) Regulations, 1952.
3. ‘The Importation of Animals (Prohib

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tion) Regulations (Application to
Poultry) Order, 1962. | \
4. The Foot and Mouth Disease (Pre- | r
vention and Spread’ Regulations, |
1952 °o
The Council passed two Resolutions to

trovide for supplementary
inder 15 heads for $1¢
#200 to provide

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622 and the other
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The Council passed a Bll to amend
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24,

‘Rail SHIPPING NOTICES
Centre Ready ;——























NOTICE

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Constantin tieremeneeccreenstitcineencipimameicatate lic Holiday, the undermentioned Banks
nee aos Were ee | Sagas Conference : ROYAL NETHERLANDS 1
Fi j nesd the 26th instant to facilitate / }
DIED FOR SALE | their Customers Nex! y ear STEAMSHIP CO )
} Be eee oi ne” at: Charles wi, Parliamentary ugar by domestic consumers and “i SAILING FROM EUROPE. i}
s mm e Dece . 19 . , + ‘retary to the Minister ‘ood arfutacturer re ™ rely 0: M.S 19th December, > a
ay . ee See THE ROSAL BANK OF CANADA al : ‘ his reply th > a: aeawerere. | Samana pow: oe Evening Standard Reporter S.S. COTTICA 26th December, 1952 4 i
€ e al a es AUTOMOTIVE BRIDGHTOWN BRANCH. quoted in Pp ie reso u- the month eriod which end- Britain is to have its first com-|M-S. NESTOR @th January, i953 s {
_reridence, «Marine otteae’s THE ia BANK OF tion adopted by the Bepnrtienal ed ist Novembef, 1951 and 1st nina bat scl ns niche ase M s HELENA 16th January, 1953 )
nd 4 » th noop f ERCE ‘. 3 c . ‘ ans * oe a
a ' i - - ~ a Councl! in London on No- November. 19 € a ¥ 7 2 1s AIRE 23rd January, 1953. )
we Cemete aud 7 x ai 23.12.52—2n. | Sugar ; nber, ait iii id ~ading a te ‘ {
oe a SS a n : ae 1 A ti dod, Gonaition vember 24th, and added: In his rep Dr. Hills said: booking office at Pending: Mors - sad cnutnetehn Bin ceekber, ‘iis }
grand-sor 6 ver es “The United Kingdom Govern- “During the year ended 3rd No- to begin soon and it is hoped that| 20. 12.52—ttr ninteduee Pe Ee an|ment, before signifying its ap- vember, 1951 approximately the new office will be reacy in tte. eer Ee ee ions 7 a
ore=nsneeeenseringienrnanmeenetninatiaonittimmniatill a . . 5 Cc . | STE? ‘ ee 1953
An a7 Ge damaged by | OAIRTES, Persons employed in the| proval to this resolution, consult- 1,041,000 tons of sugar for domes- time for the Coronation. $5. GENRAGA ith fenerte ae } \)
wn t en pert Weicn's Gar- | 2:oduction of mae or sue a38 Persons }ed the other parties to the Com- tix nsumption and 897,000 tons The office will be at Reading|M-S. NESTOR 2ard January, 1953 | B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNE! (
Cc hapel Si t Se ‘ent owr ‘. st — ‘1. ios, Me be te monwealth Sugar Agreement, as for manufacturing, and in the . e 0 Ce wi | at é . - M Ss BONAIRE Sth February, 1953. | Ass OCIAT or XK
er. Gers ithe to ¢ ave Shee Geferal Board of Health under Dairies {it is required to do by Article 11 year ended 1st November, 1952, a? Station and will be a ed | SAILING TO TRINIDAD & CUBACKO | ) I Mi
19 12'52-5n JAct 1941 1941-17); will take place|of that Agreement. 933,000 tons and 857,000 tons re~ bY British Railways and Thames}, . wera sth January. 1963" } «
ce ae ee ay Pn ed “I understand that a copy of spectively Valley Bus Company clerks. M.S ; and February, | (}
. a . ce n i uw : 1 ¢ . oe - . sive ELECTRICAL, ind January 1983, between the BOUss of tbe reeatition was sent to the Mr. Willey said: “Will the Pare | ee nar ok will | o ¥: MP ena oe eee
—-- — 45.00 um. and 3.00 p.m. except on Satur- cretary-General of the United liamentary Secretary say when to be made to the stationmaster’s :
GARRARD--3-Spted Automatic Recofa ia I Registration, ete., will thke ; ees vee oe say 2 ‘ ; sr ——————— —
a4 12 52-1». | Csangere unt” Nreceived, a. limites Wotace between ‘the ‘hours of 8A am | NatONs @ few days ago, but that he hopes to be in a position to office, the railway waiting room
- quantity, P. Cc. 8 Matte. & Co, Lid nd@ 12.00 o'clock noon no answer has yet been received.” purchase more sugar?” and the present booking office.
3.12.52—4.f.n ; B, phaet o Cordsnieajoners of Health Mr. Frederick Willey, (Labour, “When our balance of payments 4.000.000 A Year ~ alld lan date: iona ze ais lips
aris 2 “hur S$ inister prmits > 2CeSs. , ne ’
AN Now NCEMENT JUST RECEIVED thé new 5 and 6 tubeh (Sed.) H StG WARD, . Sunderland), asked the Minister permits us the necessary dollars,” we
aE ghoreWave: Menderâ„¢ ae fe Chatman, }Of Food the total consumption of Dr. Hills replied. About four million bus passen- ~~ SOUTHBOUND malls, fale Avetves Sails he
RESULTS OF A VURKEY COCK ail Short-Wave Bands. P. C. 5S. Maffe 24.12.52—6n S pass Sails ails rrives ails \
ae » “ Halifax Rarbados Barbados Demerara
RAFFLE é ita ‘ gers are set down or picked up oa eS ae y Montreal ‘ rt i .
l ae si i , CDN. CONSTRUCTOR _ 16 Dec. 25 Dee 26 Dec. 30 De
A Turkey Caek that belonging to Mrs. 16.12.52—-t.2.p _ Th = A ir ° T ‘al s Ay , Outside the railway stations each CDN. CHALLENGER 30 Dec &Jan. 13 Jar
So ee VERN be Reed eck As Tit ITURE NOTICE ; e wis lhe S vation niy year and 250,000 of these connect CDN. CRUISER 23 Jan. 27 Jar
won by Iton Brewster of Knights \ » An ] os ] with train services. Ga CONSTRUCTOR = e oes 2 m .
Village, St. John, No. 47 oy tales ST ARDER Shrprié PARISH OF ST. THOMAS I Oo Gr s d 3 mual “oclia “The new office is part of our CPN CRUISER 5 Mar. 10M
2 7 B-I-C. $5 to $28—L.S n The Parochial Office will be closed on plan for integrating road and rai CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 9 Mar 24 M
The publishers of the Xmas Mirrer beg V8’ 406: 23.12.52—2n. i Wednesday, Sist eT ees Appeal services.” an official of the Brit- CDN. CHALLENGER Sore
to thank all their friends and well wish- i POL RY ove =~ avtehial Treabuser, St. Thaces:” | Stewards or stewardesses in ,. . ish Transport Commission said. NORTHBOUND Sails Arrives Sails rr\es Arrive
ser pts for the public stir rerrhey ead 24.12.52-—2n airlines? The question is No. To the Editor, The Advocate— The bus company think that the Demerara Barbados Barbados St. John Halifa
scripts tor the publication ry. reg stainaecitae : ie $IR ‘ ition Army’ r J 0) Dec. 23 . 4 De ; Jan
that owjig to lack of Commercial Sup- | ——— -- ~ Pye. = debating point among the inter- , 51%, The Salvation Army’s new scheme will prove to be EDN. GOnaTRUCTOR + io *P * re 15 J .
port they have been unable to produce POULTRY—11 new hampshire chick J NOTICE national airlines, Annual Soci Appeal is to pro- great advantage” to their passen- CDN. CHALLENtiER Jan, : 21 Jan, 29 Jan 31.
the r Mirror this year, but hope to make]10 days old cockerel B months all o Three years ago there w o Vide Christmas Cheer parcels for gers LES CDN. CRUISER 4 Feb 12 Feb i4
other effort next 24.12.52—1n.]of stock took 4 prizes at Exitibi eee ite obitns [Question ‘GP the = Luning Roe ne poor famili d-lrdats for heady — eaENee CDN. CONSTRUCTOR : 18 Fet 6 Fet
—— call 8550 after 5 pan 23.13.52—-2n e following are the results o} ne 20W Er oe ' ha > eo , CDN. CHALLENGER 2 4M 2M
qua Christmas Drawing which took place in| of the air girl But now some Children, and to assist the Salva- ~ CDN. CRUISER 7M I
2, > om : 22 | #. . ; : ian “DP UISE: 7M 18 N
€OR RENT | LIVESTOCK “ist, Pri Ticket." Ne gap | MiTHiNeS say | that the men are tion A Work prog British Planes EDN. CHALLENGER Mt Apr. id Apr. °19 Ay Apr. 't May
ate — 2nd No. 595 more efficient. during 3. Donations in cash . Apr i p \F \ la
ard No. 362 i switched e 1 clothing w > gratefully ; > grec we - wee
mOUERN COW on aed ton, teat iene ae ee | ice in eee atten Mah 100d Or cme weil be gratefully =A Flying On For farther partiewlars, apply to—
LS Apply Mr Joseph Smith, Montrose, 5th No. 489 rely > male stewards on its receivec Jonations should be ak
APAWIN fra ah mar y ik Tawar Christ Chureh 24.12. 52—in 6th No. 7% London-Paris route. addressed to The Salvation Army) 6é 7 s GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. —Agents.
Golprneva Rock avaiable * immédiatels - . %4.12,53—1n A ffi P.O, Box 57, Bridgetown, If un- The Cheese Run,
Dial 4100 23.12.52-2n MECHANICAL n official of the airline said: able to send your donation, Please Siting eee







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furnished 3 bed- —_— —
room house, St. Philip coast. Lighting| SINGER SEWING MACHINES and
plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2|others. Hand. Big $20. Values up—L.S.
Servant rooms. Monthly rent 960 plus| Wilson, Spry St. Dial 4069 f
$3 cleansing ch: IN ADVANCE. Dial 23.12.52.—2n
4476 1,11,52—t.f.n —_-——- — ;
HOUSE at Beach Gap, Hastings on MISCELLANEOUS» i
Seaside available Ist January, Dial 4100 T
or after business hours, Dial 8133 ANTIQUES — Of every description In Carlisle Bay
23.12 §2--2n. | Glass, China, old, Jewels, fine Silver
docienirespclanensns omprmeninasemetene —_—____——. | Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto- Schooners:—Franklyn D. R., Gita M.,
NEWHAVEN — Pully furnished 4-bea. | 6taphs etc., at Gorringes Antique Shor | Marea Henrietta, Sunshine R.. Emeline,
room house, Crane coast Doub'e Garage | ¢dJoining Royal Yacht Club. Turtle Dove, Lady Steadfast
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water- 3.2.52—-t fn | Marion Belle Wolfe Frances W. Smith,
roill sugp>ly. Monthly rent $78 plus $3 — - _ Motor Vessels:—-Moneka, Daerwood,
cleaning charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial CEREALS Shredded Wheat, Corn] Blue Star
4476. 2.11.52—t.f.n, | Falkes, all bran, Rice Krispies Oat- ARRIVALS \
ee ae a meal, “ Oatflakes in packages and tins §.S. Scholar, 4454 tots, from Dominica
YARD large walled in, oni Ist Feb 135 arley and Linseed loose. W. M. Ford] under Captain R. Myles Consigned to
ruary with shed formerly Barnes coop-|2 Roebuck St, Dial 3489 Da Costa & Co. Ltd
erage at Gill's House, Baxicr's Road | 12.52-—1n. S.S. Archangelos, 4380 tons, from Vir
Dial 8186. Norma Goodridge, Oistins —_ - —— |sin Islands under Captain Stracelakis
—23.12.52—1n DRIED FRUIT--Raisins, Prunes, Cher- | Consigned to Da Costa & Co. Ltd.
et ae sie Scene ries and Stoned Dates in packages M.V. Blue Star, 130 tons, from Nassau
W. M. FORD 35. Roebuck Street Dial Junder Captain D. Cheeseman. Agents:
WANTED 3489, 23.12.52--2n.) A. E. Harris & Co. Ltd z
mammconbranipaninancasntoccnartieent M.V. Daerwood, % tons, from St
“FREEZERS Ice Cream Freeers 2, 3, 4] Lucia under Captain J. C. Neilsen
jand 8 Quart at $14.87 up. Also Tee} Agents:—Schooner Owners Association
MISCELLANEQUS Cream Servers at $6.98. Ice Shredders at M.V. Moneka, 100 tons, from Dominica
| s2 25..G. W. Hutebinson & Co., tee podem i 4222. ne Schooner Owners’
WATCH DOGS—One or two strong | OM 23.18.09- bs ees

watch dogs, preferably 6 months old or |} GL ASSWARE-— At prices to suit every

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over, Colony Club, Dial 0107 Jone. Snaps » “Ye pt, Tumblers I4c.,
24 -12.62—3n | Decorated Tumblers 30c. Coasters Tec .
eee = ~ lAsh Trays 10c,, Candy Dishes 22c.. ARRIVALS BY LAY.
us ED POSTAGE STAMPS De ert Dishes 12c., Nut Dishes 12c., Pin iPr December 2ist
WANTED |Trays 25¢., Father Xmas Decors ed | I one onesie, 2. Meossies,
f stamps. } | Tumblers 0c. @ach. G. W. HUTCH ° suinand, ‘uinand, uinan
you with, merchand:se such as fountain SON & CO, LTD. Dial 4222 E. Guinand, L. Guinand,’ A. Bello, A’

pens, cameras, clothing. ete. will be sent 17.12. 52—3n | Bello, J, Morgan, 1.

in exchange. Send 300 or more stamps.



Pereira, A. Pereira
O. Dies:s, L. Diesis, A. Steigerwald, L.



oO 512, Pickens, OUR LAST “REDUCTION FOR XMAS Steigerwald, B. Steigerwald, E. Steiger-

Stiaituipet oA Vag a. 12.52-1n Vinolia Baby Soap from 20c. to 10e,} Wald, J. Plaut, E. Maut, R. Plaut, H.

- ma Sm nn pnt Chip Soap from 15c. to 10c, Barron, E, Clarke, P, Clarke, C. Mays,
Ino Soap from l5c. to We. Y. Kingsler, M, Carrero.

DEPARTURES BY L.A.V.
December 2ist
I, Muktans, R, Rojas, T. Rojas,
Brasa, R.Portillo, P. Ortega, B, Stolta
G, Coll, L, Coll,
Este, Ri. Salas, F. Salas, B. Gallitti,
ARRIVALS BY B.W.LA,
From St. Lacla—Dec, 22
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STOVES & OVENS-—Make her a gift} Arincho. * mi —
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gar Street, Dial 2696 E, Williams, S. Farmer, BR. Clar! Oo
XMAS GREETINGS 21,12.52—3n. | Jeffers, T. Mahon, J, Mahon, L. Hardy.
-siehaeatciaiina 7 a S. Clark, G. Julian, C. Ciftentes, °Z.
;, SCALES--Counter Scales (Jacob Pat-]|Cifuentes, C. Sweeney, J. Pereira, N
Especially To You ftern) we:shing up to 14 Ibs, at $92.24.]N. Beale
G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd, Dial 4222 From Puerto Rico—Dec. 22
From.__ Your Gas Co. 23.12.52—2n | Frank Wilson, Edith Wilson, Albert
Siorent-no, Eileen Skeete, Barbara Bynoe,
nam sescncicennaranas STOVES Two Burner Falks } Matilda Newman, Muriel Massiah, Evelyn
Cookers and Twin Burner’ Beatrice} Wilkinson, Winifred Wilkinson, Harold
. Stoves. Laurie Dash & Co,, Tudor Street.] Griffith, Charlies Layne, William Maynard,
[ J til D 24th Phone 5061, Edith ‘Sealy, Louise’ Kippins, Lilian
n l ec, 18, 12.52—4n | Doreen Payne, Clementa Mottley, Bun-
———« jivan Forde, Frederica Hunte, Margery
Brown, Elizabeth Brown.
REMEMBER PUBLIC SALES DEPARTURES BY B.W.1.A.
For Grenada—Dec. 22
D. Harford, D. Malone, L. Kent, M.
FREE GIFTS Kent, D. Jackson, H. Jackson, R, Jack
son
7 For Trinidad—Deo. 22 }
REAL ESTATE D. Dougall, R, Bovell, O. Vaughan, C
Spend soe Cem or pore Carter, P prepnisee, ©, Ashby, “i.
on any day and get a piece HOUSE Situated on the beach ai| Bethel, H. Bethel, S, Bovell, D. Bovell,
of Phoenix Ware free. St. Lawrence. Apply to K. R, Hunte, iain We Desi, Barrow, C. MacMillan, B. |
i Kahne ele » 8137 or 4611 . sl, H. Pierrot,
The bigger the purchase the Telephone 19,12.82--t.t.0, | — edness ys 4
Better the Gift. When g.
AUCTION Gou cel
peer ny DULL-HEADED
a) eens HA on Down-hearted
Bolton Lane. By instructions received from the
Insurance Co,, I will seil on Tuesday;
December 30th 1952, at Messrs. Courtesy
Garage, Whitepark Road (1) 1950 A-40
Austin Car (damaged in aceldent).



Terms Cash, Sale at 2 p.m,

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auc- VINCENT GHIFFYTH,
Auetioneer,
tioneer and Real Estate 24. 12.52-—Sn.

' PERSONAL

The public are hereby w arned against
giving credit to my wife LILIAN PEL

Agent of Middle Street, begs





to extend to the people of










arbs > © ) ents (nee Greenidge) as I do not hold my
Parbados the compliment responsible for her or anyone else n-
~ ‘ tract.ng any debt or debts in my name v
of the Season with the hope unless by a written order signed by me, stem is cleared of and excess
CHARLES BENJAMIN PIERCE acids. You'll feel hetter—and ;
that they may have the cour- Richmond Main G 9
ee Pichia | Get Dodd's Kidney ro. ae
12.53—2n



age as they embark upon the



threshold of the coming year

to place their hands into the

Women's Self Help

The usual Xmas Cake sale will

hand of God and tread safe-

ly into the unknown. be held on Tuesday, December
23rd. M.nce Pies and Plum STATIO Y
on sale =

9 9459 __ Puddings will also be .
24.12.52.—1n ob see.

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ne today that there i 1 strong suspicion that
< f thought who favour C, De Peiza, the Empire
ur for batsman a in opening batsman f the
ng fixture with the Indian team
r on the progression it further suggested that if this
would relieve the cricket powers that be from the
ying Cammie Smith, the logical, legitimate opening
Marshall, and so make room f yne of the |
KNOW BARBADOS
Â¥ I i not know my Barbados wel! enough I! ould at once
ry cing a figment of lurid imaginatior







ms of the past, not differing entirely
are ever before me.
ve De Peiza every credit for his performance
n of the B.C.A.—B.C.L. fixture when he topscore;
f 105 required in on hour's time by the B.C.A. in orde:
ld win the fixture?
B.C.A. did win and much of the credit could be justifiably
De Peiza. However by no stretch of the imagination
nticed 1
ren in hich he ha? had to deputist as an opening bats-
1an he is not one) that this should constitute a valid excuse to
ey ar pening batsman of the calibre of young Cammie Smith

PLAYED GASKIN WELL

Smith open last year to Berkeley Gaskin in B.G. and he is
f playe vhom I have see
igers past mid off and extra cover, therefore
leg » theory useless,
? icket-keeper in Barbados today who can challeng:
yb ¢ wicket-keeper and that being the case there
n m entirely out of his element and making
owling, in addition to robbing the
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pe L, sl stion has been
a f ard by the National ;
overcome |
difficulties in the
London road race.
When thi race was held in
i847, the riders had to endure a ;
t cross-channel boat trip. '%

The idea now is that they will be
timed from Paris to Le Touquet,



and those covering the distance i
“ry a certain limit will be " i hii, J
n to the English coast to

resuime the race, Vv. L. MANJREKAR

BRITAIN'S LAWN TeahiS PLAYERS FOR BRAZIL

AN PARTRIDGE, of Birmingham, and Helen Fletcher, of

Res I yshire, two of Britain’s brightest lawn tennis prospects
k left for Brazil. There, they will compete in the South
Championships. Miss Partridge will be remembered for









t she put up at Wimbledon against Maureen Connolly

, 3—6, 7-5, 5-—7. Miss’ Fletcher a left hander, has gained

mast ier notable successes in doubles play. Partnered by Jean

\inkel-Quertier she beat Louise Brough and Maureen Connolly twice
iis year,

PRIDE OF EAST LONDON
SAMMY McCARTHY, the 21-year-old Stepney featherweight, is
WJ alwa guaranteed a welcome when he fights. For Sammy, the



has probably the largest following of any boxer
t week he celebrated his coming-of-age with his first

He beat Jim Kenny, the Scot, on points, and there
indred of his supporters to cheer the victory. Ten of
‘McCarthy” too. They were Sammy's father, three
isters. The only member of the family missing was
never watches him fight

W.I. In Australia

ROBERT GREGG, c/o Barclay’s Bank was the winner
of the Quiz run on this page on the results of the West
Indies tour of Australia 1951-52.









Miss Rosalind Hudson of “Pendle”, Pine Hill was the
next correct entry opened and she has been awarded a





consolation prize. C : Oleandrin, a really nice colt, is
: juarter mile, * :
vi 2 can call at the 2. What was the average [eee I 3 lb Friends We Wish
advo 10 am. today for a’ Answer:—41.72, | Allowing for the » _ SOx
Cricket Crusaders as his| 3. Who headed the Australian | concession the two fillies Bebe
(iy inion i ated ty Ce batting “averages Se] Bowmen Of Emgland ("suit esata, | ee
t at this time as well so that | came tour, | , » bevter ar Nearula
can be presented with a copy of Answer:—A, L. Hassett } Tessa Gillian equal to him, A Happy Christ as
he Young Cricketer’s Manual”. | n ,
: Ss ae si 4. What was the averag | Go Under Cover | Of these three lovely _ fillies
. Surprising Answer:—57.42, | ee f nde. Bebe Grande being out of a
i s surprising the amount of! 5, How many centuries in First | ,,2R!TISH_ arenery is just com-| Panorama mare might not have e



at entered the competi- | Class G
‘ ass Games did the Wes Ss
m and who submitted correct | score, Peon
‘ Miss Jean Lewis of{ Answer: Seven
nd Miss K oO. Norris; 6 How *many were scored
the Garrison, for | against them.
| Answer:—Six.




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of these competitions sub- 7. What was the best first
tted a correct entry, but this | wicket partnership by W.. bats-
: among the first opened. | men in the Tests,
eral cricket fans submitted! Answer:







rong entries slipping up on! 8. Who -were the batsmen
nall points on which ladies were! Answer:—-Stollmeyer and Mar-
! strong shall,

Here are the querries with the! 9. How many runs did Ring



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Who headed the W.I. First | tenth wicket in the second in

Batting Averages for the!ings of the fourth Test at Mel-}





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(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Dec. 23.
The Australians are looking to their khatsmen to SS
remedy failures in the recent series and make a big score

against South Africa in the Second Test beginning here | RE
tomorrow.

It is time that recognised bats-

. x “ men succeeded as a combined
|: A ( ettin force. If they do not, established SETS
ofthe NF £ players are in danger of missing .
the trip to England next summer.

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LONDON, Dee, 23. |

It is learned that the English |
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collecting data with the aim of}
fielding the best team at their |
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* demonstrated his full recovery in ] lt

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the standard of refereeing in with two wickets left Miller took

South America which will be aM} the ball and bowled, the last two

important phase during the tour. batsmen with successive deliveries ’

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(Wren Ou ~areenhatent) | year-olds.
I m Our Own Correspondent The gratifying point about this
KINGSTON, Dec, 23. Free Handicap (which is run
The greatest team of United|oyer seven furlongs next April) ,
States track stars ever to com-jjs that several of the top dozen
pete in a track meet outside|have a fair measure of stamina GREETINGS
World Olympics or AAU Cham-jjn their breeding.
pionship will run against Jamaica! $ince they have speed as well oe an
track stars in the International! there might be a good classic a Lie
meet beginning Christmas Day | three-year-old among. them. y
and ending on January 3, For the last tew years §s0
many of the crack two-year-olds
Arriving last night were Mal| have been by Panorama, Den-
Whitfield, Harrison Dillard, Regi- | turius and other sires of Z
inald Pearman, Roseoe Brown, | sprinters.
Milton Campbell and Jim Gath-| Nearula, who ran only twice,
ers while jAndy Stanfield, the js given top weight on the
| fastest man on earth is scheduled strength of his runaway win in
;to arrive Saturday this week.) the Middle Park Stakes, where
| 3 : |he outpointed Novarullah, Cyrus
| The team started to work out the Great and Oleandrin.



| today at Sabina Park where the} Noyarullan, too, was having
jmeet will be held shaping up! his second run that day, but he i > r
for Jamaican Arthur Wint, Herb had not made much’ improve- T All Our
McKenley, George Rhoden, Les- ment since his first outing. ' 0
lie Lang, Byron LaBeach and| Cyrus The Great has a re- x
others not so well known. ;markably bad action. I am told] %
| he went wrong after racing on 5

British Honduras will be re- aed ‘ - ~
presented by Herbert Longs- Ms hard going at Royal: Ascos

worth in the 100 and 200 metres
and Raymond ‘Cattoust in the

Customers and

he recovers his action he
,should be a good sprinter.



pleting its mest successful season the stamina of the others.

for 50 years. And next year the Ptnza undoubtedly is a good

Sport will veceive a further boost |; olt with a strength and force-

by the holding of the centenary fulness one does not expect to El & Co Ltd

national tournament, which wWill}:ee in a thoroughbred with such . . . me :

draw archers from all parts of|, superb action.

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WEDNESDAY DM EMBER 24 IM2 B w:i: VIHIN imui MI DECLINE IN W. EUROPEAN PRODUCTION W. German. Prance Only Exceptions (From ERNEST ASHWICK) GENEVA A continued decline in Western Europe's economic activity In the second quarter of UUi jhkkr is the gloomy picture painted by the United Nation Economic CommissJon fi>i Buropa In Uk 'On Kec notified and overbooking avoided. The rontrol board Is not a "magic n.ind || will bo. in part. thi hand-operated. Hah* B million it wires MH conni ct the %  i 4M Ith reservation headquarter .n.i fhe Boat of the mm h ..nt tJO.OOO A -imilar one in nfui the United States, at ten time* poruSa cost, worked on a "totnlisaCXAUDi: OREOOIBE who fm Ilic C*iiid.i Dry compeUtloi< day received a ttirx'y from M. w A MeWSBaa, Dliectei el Canada Dry brveragt" A Ham and %  plum pudding al>o saaaBSlaed %  prise. Alo to ihe picture i^ Mr P E Ooddard. a Dlrectm M I ada Dry. I a tun lu Dry ompclilion %  %  i I .11 Sue' | %  %  n.i witrd %  %  %  %  1 %  %  1 i ino < winning. rtdatstj -nine peogntran rj .'ii.i invad too late. itive " u '|an '." %  .mi fte Son %  en tl %  D ANOTHt* SH1NINQ IXAUPCt Of CHEMICO Tbara'a al ways a ckao h> gtskfi fragrance in every room whara that .SMOIIIII Paste cleanser is used. Pots, Pans, and Tiles. Sinks, and Paintwork raapood quickly lo iu treatmen t — there's oot a scratch la a mountain of Coecuco. DELICIOUS"^ 4 BR00KLAX CHOCOLATE LAXATIVE ae.tiMVy BANISHES CONSTIPATION OUIRNICHT? SOB ADULT* LUIIN I WIN JUNI .. i id I tern, may provide greater ineentor* principle. Whereby the tota l tlve to export to Other areaIn the hooking, wrre flashed elcctrlhard currency regionCurreO' calh n lu a board from stations devet.ipments in these markets Throughout the countrv. But It however do not seem to provide .• •''"""I Impractical. S omislng opening for this shill in IntOr. I being shown in Ihe ritain's export--' 'fates tha new British machine by Amerbulletin. %  < In a comparison between H tain and Western Germans. Uneconomic cot mission points out that the imports reductions oi I overseas sterling area this year h. Britain much harder than they di Germany. B> August. sales to the sterling area had fal'en 32 per cent below I quarter rate, while t many were milv il prv eetr lower. German i I rose steadily while Bi port' decreased. Says th<* Commission "Il .i fully apparent wl war years when Oavraan exports were low that their u'" eovery would confront other European exporters with serious difficulties wileWorld trade expanded." %  trinket f .r..'. \i tUeriek' %  Name Word D .i 11.iv ted from an %  %  'i brown BKlinliuj ,i • >.' %  %  %  IIIK Hi..' dee other r that all of hi: nnPhe Coanpetl%  ind did not go H' meanlnf i. d I %  %  i ma hard %  LONDON. rj you gre around BertoaleyabOUt next June. in 2L" h J. !" 'SL h '"' '""""" *" %  • %  '"<• •""" i '"" %  "a**** S SSUM.1. cuniwl "" %  %  ••" % % %  %  -' %  <" uSnJ Ing to make do with life-like nightingales : in the %  ojuanB One rsjgsjon I"! German auci over Britivli exportg, aCMCdlng to Ihe economic .innmi"iim. is that producer goods — the type good.-; most importers and affecled by the recent import cuts — occupy a much higher share in Germany'", export trade than that of Britain. Many consumer grjodl in British exports have to I %  '"akitiea*. tions of slack consumer demand Ani | lhr ramousi in area.' whn. %  0an („ %  "lit up." %  jetted by falling commodity r h P pavilion Is going t< prices Bi • atex] a notice Ntuni incrcasinu compeUtlon In overseas history of buildings in the squ markets .. .lap %  covers, the comsjil In many instances German depended in the roadways leading vchool days are and credit terms are lo the square. ~ %  cost aril Tiilitary In May fair's other i la take p recedence over square Crosvenor-square. pla .-xport orders German exports are under way to drape the I arc favoured by comparison with floor frontage* of all buildings rnMclrt n those of Britain, both ** h " and *"l d a "TH-stnes. iiXi 4 i aj people 'eft i the wmd a" and added the %  | • ere < i %  %  .. some wTOt beginning eritll . | %  i fuodher chlUrak tune a* %  %  %  |l CARDINAL SPELLMAN GOES TO KOREA vt and ExMbttloni OnVer <>' the de made by Brtttah Council, Bar Harrtaon did bt Barnea, IdM belongs to the MayBritish Colonies ..( Ihe Caribbean Wl ell .-nniposed. fair Association. An official to at "P gjjd-^. l>oth adult-, and children. II ST afatthasj I We feel that many tOUrl ' ma to London for the ren that the response win quid Coronation will make a tee-link eat Some of Mr. Harrison') %  al p '01 Berkeley-squalland liik for enthiisia*Mi was iransniitli'd to il. St Matthcw'l Glrll he nightingale that sung Ihwrt Inwliati ia* ait who In thaii turn Theee era three ol many which •So they wont be diaaphave peaked thla on t dial pupil could bi %  mmg the ciemaiiowi D> o^t '* pointer! if they check up." Th. abolition of the post '.f Art ihe non-p" The nightingales will nestle nn d Exhibitions Officer by the task of )udgin* could not have among pink and white rose garBritish Council in the Carlbba I lands. uill .imlinue to be a niatt-r M I jimp standards in the square rekn t ..nd disappointment for It Taking the exhibit ark t<> be garlanded. There will was u,. useful and produewhole, bt three rose arbours In 'ho lv ,. function vouchsifed by U* Itentu British Council In this area. i function •o Design, arc < %  ( % %  high The teaching! of art In school Potato be not %  production line for artists. ; ,,!, % % %  %  ; %  . are cbJM'e u -i %  ... II B IH and old^aahioned In pfooucuon re* will bo placed inside Large of roloui h n and an ii> I liildrci erowM of roses will be susgpprecl lion of art the adul' I) livery dates and credit terms are to the square, w (|| be able lo enjoy a fuller life ittractlve than those of fhe cost will be £2.400. T |-e tearhlng of art also rj i trees, ihrube and i i I Britaia Germany has no military In Mayfair"s other Dunoue hildren U) use their eye* and to with brtgl be more observant of Ihe world /recly available Al'sli und v schoolcompc Hot I %  • %  | ifor then .. %  I i of loci veil (• Hi the.exhibiti. n. and I I marine HI %  %  MOM I i Spellman, • rk will %  \.%  i s Sf) di %  r. Korea i t i s Brit Caned %  11 / .land. ^mVeretullint fmm dolcolumns surmounted by emblemi with bon lar retentk quota in red. The cost? About K 5.000. — L.E.S. ihe namea of Uu tret p lanti oc Mruai coatMir hannony around, iliem. ami their lack of raft Side of the %  The list of |in/e-wirutor s at the feMOption of needlewoi ither than Ihe lift i ovi: ''ury. 1 is well worth i Mth th.vlatt, and will la Mi MADfc T THE MONKS OF BUCKFAST A B P %  ffe^SS B '"AST'T0NI^" ,i If you feel worn out. depreited. or ganerally run down a class or gk*fl a di> of Buckfait TomVVina will quldrlr restore lost energy and tone up the whole nervous system. Glrlnj new vitality It fortifies you sfalnst faver and exhaustion and raraembar, Buckfait Tonic Wine Is especially valuable after 111 nesi. IBUCKIVST bTONICJrVlNE Till HOME BOTTLE TODAY Our Ifulctii) :?: AW % % % %  ^ May happiness and good health be your-, al ChmtMANNING & CO., LTD. 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r 11.i Ti \ HARBADOS ADVOCATE MiliMMlW DECEMBER 24. 1K2 SPOR TS EDITOR'S BA G %  furthei suggest! ng Cmmle Smith. 1 KNOW ItfBW i I %  . i tig -i liginen" • !U( I aid one are rv.i n i glv Dc !' %  %  inmnga of '(-.( B.C A B.CX nature 'hen n topacon lie* in ordei \ in the fixture? I via and mudi of thi credn i of the Imaj I %  Baal IBJ i t man et •>., I Cai Second Tesl Opens Australia Today MILLER IS FIT (FlW Our Oun Correspondent) LONDON, Dec. 18. The A loUn| t 'I.'I' rjatsmeri U %  The recent series and maki Karal id South Alnca in Ihe Second TV here row II iv tn i ised batt.. %  .. %  i CO fora II U i players anin %  '. %  the Itip lo England next summer. Kirn Ai'hur Morns, maker of msWMMVHM^MWHHmMH************^ FA. Getting (iootl Team For S.A. Tour H centuries In his first ten Test* (oinst Bnj land %  %  LONDON ft %  %  %  %  collecting data wilt, the Ba ldin g the best team I our. T* naU > PI Will . SKIN Wl II %  rc:• %  -. I v line, i il %  QMUH In iw; am % %  * %  PUt mid Off II %  riDra V %  ., ,.„,.... ..., %  . 1 vices of i tar in the idd he IMII advtaad and 'h'" VIJW LAXMAN .. I EK \lt %  %  %  %  i Jt V III III %  I (. IDEA ih NtUonaJ %  in ;hr %  ; Uiil tin.', "ill La T qutf Unit nrlD be I.nglish coast In %  l i 1 H kind %  %  %  i I bat y I actual n i % %  Ing ntporti ln< retired a* %  . lost half •> How In weight : | %  %  I-IUD match. When opposition di with two wtcketa left Ittller !" >* South An trill i tha ball and bowlad, tha important phaaa during thetour. %  ba pomlnaaa of UM F I.F.A. but I • % %  .i nilii i.iiini: n itcboj which tire otpoctod HI tanas %  menl —t r. batsmen with autcaaghr. deliveries to enrn a tie V. I.. MWtr.IKUt LAWN laaNNiS PLAYIOM FOB liKA7.ll. PRIOOI of isnmingham, and Helen Fletcher, ot i hire, two ol foi Brazil. Then, they will competa m tin South %  %  nshlp Ml Partri Igi ....> %  ramen tight she put up at Wimhlnlnn ngainst Maureen ConnolK M lafl bandar, ha %  •: notable i uce aae in doul red b] .i> u %  artier she beat Loulaa Brougfa and aanuraan Conn M.. A, 1'KIIIK OF BAST LONDON 'ARTHV. the tl-3 %  %  iar-old B( when h %  waifht, h xnii. Ihc%  ah ; %  ii %  Ing-ol-aga with hia Hrt %  1 I I ipp %  to chat Ten ol IT. throe The only ml %  i watchaa bun light W.I. In Australia UA Atliietes Arrive In J'ca KINOBTON, D .f United %  < itnrs ever to compat. in .i ti.uk inert outride World Olympic, or AAl | p will run .gainst Jamaica ban HI i!n Inicrniitlonal mn SH.NS OF CLASS IN TOP TWELVE %  1. MAJtlK IWOftaWl IIARRORD Whlml^r will probably be the i-lwmpion thiee-year-old sprinter next Beaaon. and at a mile or night prove tb boat Ol her age. two are given high raiu Ifrt %  > % %  am lub handienpper. In hli amoammt f the season's two\ ear-old*. The gratifying point about Free Handicap (which is run | aven furlong* next April) la that severnl of Die top doiei have a fair measure of stamlni < in their braedlng. Since they have speed as wcJ mmhl lie a good clal< ROHI RT GREGG, e/e BarcUy'g Btnk mi thg winn*. Quil run on thlj paj--; on the results of the West ( i Australia l95l-iS2. ; • % %  • ttaalnning duiatnua Day I throa-yaaf-old among tr Ing on January s. Hoc tin* laat law years •• many .. ftntwn, pnnlers. .Millun Campbell and Jim CJallitftarula, whn ran only twice. era wJille aAndy Stanrleld. the \$ given ton weight on the fastest man on earth la schedule.! rtrngth uf ln runiwaj lo arrive BatttT d a] UUl week. |ha Middle Part Btahaa, where ..nUiMiim.l Voi-nnWlah, Cyrus Cllcandrwt. *hen. the Viii'ci'iillnri, too, Waa having rl I ba held shaping up U^ second run that day, but he for Jamaica.; A. Hun Winl. IU,b ,„„, n(>l ln)l(lr lnuch improve;nl .,,. |nca his itm outing. lie l4iiiK. llyron laBeach anrij Cvrus The Great has a rewall known martabb >>ad acUaa. i am told tin! Brtttah HotiduiMft wilt be reInd Hudson ol iVinili". Plna Hill was UM D " ntt "* b > Herbwl Longa%  antry opened prize %  in call at the ..I 10 a.m. tod iy foi I %  r u aakad i raat batting bat .ii-* tou ipyoi Ci Siirpriving i*ri log the amount >' %  %  tho < :.. %  a Ji an | • K () ',. IT,. i Ba. Oai %  rot ml she h:ts ban awardad a t Wli.,1 was Ihe A 11.72. Wh. h.-.ided ih,. \ %  oragt-v f>| \ I in the 100 and 200 metre! rtond Chttouat In ihe lie. %  %  t antry, hut Una n ba i" -i opened. i %  nk. i hull Mibmitted lipping up on I its on which ladli -• What war. Hie jverage. 57.42. %  How many centuries in First %  %  AMI did lh< West Indlea Al MI Seven i fl How •ininv war. scored %  them. s UTui wus the %  >• rkfcat partnarahlp bj VI nan n, the Teu. %  %  I WhO BMR3 ImeyoT and Martha 11 arr* Ih UM I Ii rrj run dM Rlnj %  ITM— %  /ohnatofl put 1 U v. %  I nut widoM in Ui foi UM UM taurtl real n Mei: 1951-53 tout I bourne. An-.vci: —C L Wall want wrong alMr raring ha bard going al Royal Aacot If he recovers bis action he hOUM he a good sprinlci (>i..n ii'-.. %  rea lei •Mekward. AMiiwnn; for the 3 It iiMiceulon the two fillies Babe t.'rande and Neemah an* rated I Hi. better than Nearula and %  l Unaa aaual to ban. Of thefc three lovely 111 lie | %  %  %  <; %  : % %  B . mure might not hov 'lie stamina of the others. Pt>i;a undoubtedly is u go-xt %  oil with a strength and fon : ulness one does not expect tm in .i thoroughbred with such l -uperb action He was set an impossible task lo make nearly all the running lonajai %  %  portl ft TP "*''''"'' vrr ""-' Ascot I^ruiiienOfEn^laucf Go Under Cover BRITISH arebary bi just COPI. foi 50 vcai. And nexi -,e.ir UM (port win ,-,-iv..i luniui i 5 b) the holding of the centviiarv national ournamanl, which wtu 'o.m all parts ol Brit ant.> the g M .i ,\ iei <;. iiage, • ttJord 'f UM few. %  ^ul .in onicial" .. HI. Royal ToKophllR. Boewty%  : u naontha the nurn%  llaan an During it • wtntai man) bowuMn will ahoot untb n lnlN .ml tiihei largt buildings I.t R i hcy'll I>> It Even Time iile. The Prat Handicap for touryear-olds i mile and ;, half) shod we are uf middle dfcalanca bi i %  Oalhun laara doaj not realty get the distance. Nor in igy < i Inlon does H.V.C. Bob Magar on ovei UM distance? I th.ee i,,,. a iod nvkr t he top. | if r.'i|>ercur s Sandowiu fonn Ighl then this I horse should be one of i>ur bett Alien ba BttaUU hi. full strength WTl | ear. Kmus/iiid || gnotbai who ahaU .s.. should Btiatcr Cube bo a 111 bi i labnitttad for sal i rTou-nfi will g.> on inpiorlnga %  %  !> u mile and n quar, ter will bg hll beal d.stani i I"erhapn one uf the H raai may iv i lue, %  rum winner from a good Held at (awnurkat ovar one j He is by Ryparion out %  mare and thouM stay _!d^^gaw_V-_ I • ; -. V t,, 9 _%  K j -U. DO IT „ > E.s TIME.... BOKK % %  MAIL BAG MWei, The Adi-oc.ite Sir.—I ho|> the Barbados Ct lUon would take Into KOI << sealing act-ommodauen in UM opan stand should • thai quite a numln i>copio win tum out u aaa famed teat players such as Hi Minkad r'hadaai aadj Frank Worrell whom we have not aeei for J long time. Your*. 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Wear la •ana. l-rni.l H.|t by FINN1GANS OF BOND STRF-ET and FIFTH \\ I M I a> I ti|HU>le lieiuh IVil.me* t>> H'CIFN LEI.ONG and LFNTHFRIC • Vffaxllaa-%fl i-ac* .1 Wwmmtm aaaaal faaaaalia and the Best Prices for Australia. Wlnex WHISKV— Braado from $4.80 | bottlr ..IN —Brands from *3.H a bottle and Ihl.l.nd'% Famaus COt'KSPl'R Rl'M The Answer lo Your t'hrtslmao Shopplnx Problem lies In the L1TTLF SHOP Jobnaon's SUUener> Bulldlni. Braad Street. H t MUMHH tlUMHI >MK. H



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I'M.I HC.IIT n.\Ki:\i)os ,\liVo( \II %  TgDKgSDAl in < I Mm !• CLASSIFIED ADS. l"l III II MMIIIS rCUMOHl ;ioi mill -1 M 1 %  • %  1-1. t*a. it "f\ MKMOKI >M %  < 1MB %  1 VWOI MIHKVrS %  I si IT0 %  Hl HiiK %  Mm A Twr "*ek Out beam ..t .i II J .1 % %  --. dt—n tit* It t OurM %  I .i I-. !" *. MM *." %  UHM -ra MM in "%  mmenial • %  .on HI \r ton SAII; NOTICE l-insaa U.d lunki are*. AUTOMOTIVE' %  ;.•• %  AY* HA-VK IXH*1MGN KilOWAl. AND OVIBMA. rl :.OVAi. liASK OT CANADA • A.MCM me cAjiAniA: >.\\K OF TtHCt .' H :-t 1 %  %  It :? :ii hLLClKILAL Aukini>< RM*M I 1 ftiaAV. A i a i.w IUItin .* i ana tah. VI I ..I.%  d-pr.ad l IVKNITUKE IIOUSLS i JJ I'AltAWAV ul]> linrKlM'il S brdroan hou*. Si Philip con I mim* plant. Watarmill t'l PUT Carport. J %  rrvant rooma Montnl* lr ni •< flu, t-1 tlaai.aii.g (hargr. TN ADVAM I DW MT1 l II U H II.. [i II.. MEWIIAVEN — ft. Its nirnlanad lb.* room hcuaa, Cnm coail Doub'a tlaiaga 8Vrs.nl room*. Lighting ( l.tnl. tt.t-r Ulll iu| .Iv Monthly rent '.* phii |l rl-atiini tha.gr, IN ADTANrr. n al •* S-ii.n~i.r.n VAiti) Mraa *.llrd %  uat> wtlh -hr.i lotm i. it nul liar v In, Iron. %  i • (Hv Bamn coop ". %  -.. r'. Boad .indg. %  ^ _, rouuray ,-litP ,h,r. %  I R ino-ilha all „ %  • LIVESTOCK Nattaa i All ...: I (NU-I IHIKI iii.Hi K-'P"ri anal Hr.r.giatratl'-i o* aU . •sic. -ad Pcrtaoa W tha %  MMi tl.Utri %  tr. •parlor. fa-li m<|a> !li ;: a J.0B p ui rarrpl on SaHlr.>, n*i will (Alii !.*. ll*t*n th* bin .' • urn %  of Health l.rl1 Crurfh %  KMd H StC wAJHJ M li.li Cn NOTH I Statement On 1952 Firs. Bus-Rail SHIPPING NOTICES Centre Heady i\exl ^ ear Sugar Conference Dr. Charles Hill. P*. Secretary to tbf Minister of lia quoted in hireply the reolu%  lion adopted by ihe Inttrnaimr ; Sur Council II I >nrtofi OB N 1952. v'ml*r Mth, and lM Cimrd Klnctl.iTr QovtrnIvralm SUMlard BfKirUi Bnl-in \to f. bined rail and bu< n Looking office at R •*.! tbal man!, \jvto-f dgn&yin| it tely the now oftVa win be ra* proval • %  ". conaulti nj IWIO totu oi Coronation. nt Ihe other partle* to UB Goo %  : M l<.ns _. — „.„ a „., M moowtaltn Sugar Agreen the a <*• m f c wt ", '" It required to do by Am. L, II or that Aiteemcnt. %  BHMah Hail^ %  1 understand thai . rop> i Valley Bus Company clerks, the rewHutioT^ WHJ t h f par!" haVC -v-t;enen,l „r th.UnMi imenl JT when lo '" V;iii.r,m few d..>. ..fo. bill that I ; to *ffltc. the railway waiting ioorr IK aii*wir has ><* b*Jtn ret-eivad "pun .ajr?" I '"iking o6Ve. Mr riedenck Wilk\. (Ijtur W SuoderUhd). asked the MlnUter permits us the nil Maarj dollara," of Food the tot..i eoiKumption of Di HlU I.INW.fMHI A Year Neii ii • IICIXNA tain January, laj BONAIRe . January. Iflf* tn is.. Ill II l-lll-, M ORAKJESTAn SBlh nrr*inb#r, Ittf -MUM. IO IIIMAU. ru*i\nhn rrgNTon MI .( %  TrieA IMi JMiuary lM STSTOII *.lnl 3.i in. itu • II*: Mh tabruary. ItU VII IS.. Ill IIIMMin A • I kll \ ; !l V w r 0 ,lwa Stf*al(l f iliiines? The %  %  quonon I N4 Viniuul Social typed NOTICE Tn fnlMm.oi %  %  Ml ( HANK \|. \MP3'A Araollrti !, Amu imal moth —~ i nna taae U I I.B cwntAU n • Ik ... UK, KM inral. Oatftake* i.. ind I Imrnl - Jl Rocburk 51 Dial <4gv Oal%  M ran H AMIII UHir.n rm ir i, w M roiui V HH u IJ if -an Ml.SvKU.ANKOCS LTCI %  !• .i.n ata.'in.i.: B**t Ct>Uan> Club. UU1 C107 %  I n M I SMI POSTAGI BTAMTti HAMIII PPF.EZrHs I,, I QLARnWAII Al |ii .a 1.. auil avrf* <>••: Bndpa % % %  '. pi TUml i laacoralrd TumMtn ! %  I'.—U.. 7. U Nul EMahaa lit. PW Tra 2fn Fall* r Kmai DKMHl %  i. •*,(! i. W IlirmirN ION CO LTD D %  HUB S*n* Air coly a tow dal aftrr pnbll gai M IM.il MM ". h. r .. arid rnar ara m ,UO ovana al a Co. Tuial II ItU 3n .Jacob r-i up to 14 lha .1 tagt* tm *• '' LM Uuil OH ri Hi.M SAUH REAL ESTATE AUCTION D'ARCY A st oiT. Auc..n ( l He;il Agntt i( MlddM Street, begs to utttnd i" the pi i I Barb-iluUM lompliments of the Snaon uii the bopa tll.H |h. thrcahoU i-t Qw oomli handi Lnlo UM od tie. HI mtely into UM UII-I •t 12.52.— In FREE ENGRAVING ^ All pens bought from us Will be engravrd with ytui luirne or initials free of charge. St < Tour Jewellers IT. lie LIMA A ML, I I II 20 Broad St. Marine Gardens, and at Greystone Village >• JMIIiiM C H UNDEK THE IVORY HAMMER ttv, ., c. I will aal *>r JOIIi IBM. al M Wlillapark Boad Car idaniagro m — %  .. r...h ftUv al 2 p m vi.MENT ..iiu-uni AiUUon Tuaidat f Cuuilaiv lt A- ITHSOMI and 250.000 of these connect uh train servlcei "Tht new office is part of our plan for integrating road .m official of %  Th,bus (omimiiv think th.-' t| BIB itional iii Ann.. %  dvanUgO" lo th. Three yeart uy, tbtn I > I question of the **nuUlQ| POa %  of the ..Ir girl. But now .,,,,.. 'liit the men an more efficient during 1S53. Dooat Air France hnn twitched on'' %  '" lotblng will tie : %  male itvwarris mi jt ntotlvod tould be LorMion-P.TrK route. | debuting point umong nal airlines. Hrilish P'ianw Art' Hying On ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. %  > Saiiinaj Jrrt 1 Thr M '. %  %  ii 1 %  Canailian N.-iliun.il Slisirusliiiis SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carliile Bay An official of the alih "Our airphmc* on the ro n |9 passengers, and nil hav. to be served with .. full tl ,.,: wnd have time to eat H fortably in one hour. "We have found th %  inker and hav* mini., stamina for the job." On transatlantic mutes there are now more stt-wards than stewardesses. —L.E-S. '...Ml. %  ha) s..: AtlHIVAI.S 8 a Brni.lai. MM t..nli..m Don ln(r i 81 i ipl H kfilaa Conalgnrd t i oa in li mgtloa. UK lona. Irnin Vlr aaanbkMi IBnumaj |v II. I mu A Co Mil M v mi..' liar. ia> i.. n t.om Si. nndrr Capt... !. ., Agn.l. A. E llarna %  Co LU U V Daarwood. M lon>. fi.mi s; *' CapUIn J C Nailiati inionM Oanrr. A*aoUoP M V Mun, IO* „ wu>i (Pnnl Domini, undaa CapUi < H Hud. !" Cnr.ignad \< th "lrniMirr ii-iien AlMtrialinn SJKft 'V*' Tourisl S,j M „, Will BShorter a Iran M>r i. Seawrll Otaaj QVm.alri. O" "'-ml BaUo. A C GubMnaL I) E Cuinand. I C.ulnand Ballo. J. Morgan. I Paraara. A Paial o. Utraa. L Dieal.. A Htna>t14. i %  Jii-ig r '*,ild. H IH|.i.il" E Hu-UrT *.ld. J Plaul. E maul B Pla il |l lUrron. X. CUrkr. P. Claikr. C Ma. V Kl.g.lr, M <-,,.,„ in IMI i li I Bt I V Rolai M Charlra Clark atlollai A Eat*. E V Jkiiiiv II aallltll \l s Ml MM I t HI I aria— Oar Tt Man 1'dtkim.m. laon. CUir* I'aik.aaon. I Bulu. Rin-lii ft Era Hbwevat ti f-n ... riitpi i mi'. go, the season promiM's to ba the beat t>oi wai loaaon. Thi. m fc "there aie going bg ba L'O i Bin ftom ''' '• "' -ni:se ships, which bogan with I .irrival of the Braiil tfuring tin iiiiddl. of i he monih. Touri ships will continue to call until %  -f April Comparod a lUi UM aal twe in* when there wera throe calls in 1MA-S1. and 8 in 1951-52 Hie tiunilK-r ol culls hj*> i ui-i'ships show a marked LncIMM rVrrnorrOV, lha Nlew Anatterdam arrives with cruise p.is&engerr. and there will be the usu.'l oig.inlscd tour.' through the island and visits to places of historical tntareal The third ship, the Emprraa nf Nee4Iana|. BITITH with 342 Intrnn' n tou r htta. and 8 passengem who will disemlwrk hciT Her arrival marks the ai rival of the first pest m cruise -hip from England aadrtised i I inSal .i"g. .**•"* n i p.o i IhvtJtww ifnn. 1 c bow doors %  gri "" touiKl lo be nuked huh will I n,, """" llte while wood boxr,',' %  %  . •: .11 2S.00 I ... 2.00 painted I4-lon BrlMdl IT0 ,ir20.00 pi Pon rm I, Gcrvi M and Uor id.ug' B2T i ,.,.._„ — on ti. Fay 1 % %  WALTEI t Britali Snr M Cuih Herk-Knd i the former h .nrflcld al l.ympne. near Folke1T.nii|iiet. but each -HI lha iklDad, a RAJ !• vrN CHAIXBMCBK M Mar %  a AI. 7 AM NMRIIiriOl Ml ...1*rtlw ...1. \n\ %  '.mi" n.ir..a*. H.lila. i.LiSEfl 23 DM %  HSTfttJi'TOn 1 Jan i I.N en \ 11 Jar. Jan. %  %  11 Jan. 1 NSTHUCTOK 1* F-H %  M Ee-b .i 11 .ceil %  Trb %  4 Mar. • %  %  %  M Mai 31 ... COM CHI 11 Apr :i A IS Apr 1 May Far lartkar parUaaUit %  pal, ...GARDINER AUSTIN & CO LTD -A| enta. ^.V,V/^VAV.-.V.'.V.-.'.V.'.'.V,'.V.V.V.V.v.V.V.V.',V.'. -Ana Hi W. • i % %  HI M : bordi M n ...,.., %  c ... i. .i laude 1'hiliii.s KITES nf EXCIUHGK DgCKMBEK u its; M H roaa %  %  i %  %  %  I A Win %  I %  Prone) on Mdaq and, Ihi nk-ining and co% %  %  i Road Tran port, it li ..; %  ib to UM I i!.. ra] public far .i aid as Scotland and the i f lands on the following Kondajr. r.E.8. GOVERNMENT NOTICES Fran \>ll(aa— lira. Ciioaaitun. I. Conn I-an. niiugaal—M-. William., s rWBIM K II.-k^. <> JalTfra. T. Malion. J. klahon, 1. Huds Clark. (1 Julian C c'lluantra. '/ •anbta. V Bwaenat, J. eVmia, N H. .1. lyaaa Paaila l.. Itrr ft i-nk Wllaon. Edtlll Wtkaotl, Albeit raml.no. EJIr*., -UiaaW Barbara Bynor. M.iild.1 Newman. MurM Siauiah Rftlvn Wimlrrd Wllkn Giimth. CIi.il.. Lajne. William U.iynanl. r.HUi Jir.lv l^niar Ktppla* Ull-n %  n Pa>na CVmantJ MollMx Bin. Po.de Fraatrika Hunti M.ntet^ • i r..i.,il>li> lit own KIIVVRII HI. Mi n W I \ • lirf.ird. D MalnnI. Kant. M. i> ttmmm. > %  J. •>•"!. H JackIn Touch Witb Barbadoa Coalul Station CAHIX A WIPIUff iWnt I.die., lid ..dvl,r thai Ihrv ran imcoin. MODM -b <> %  i-i.>wmg mm • mmm '• %  Bail -i" C % %  -' sun i Tinpublic are bertfa) DoUrud ihat any poultry, conaaaaa of poultiy or hatching egfl leuving thin Colony for Trinidad must be %  Hi U Voti %  %  i %  ai the Department "l Affrimltiin 24.12.52.—In. ian • rwi wnod. aj %  Irlhrl. H Batni-I. -i llovrll U B"v#ll 1 llfciln-d R IUIIU. C Min-Mill.n.. | Nil. W Dalai, H Pierrot. ~a. ?a "Put DULL-HEADED r Sart-in• Kofi L|bt. • %  Sdh-r Btilll.ii tfalr i %  Au-OD film. a* Marrt. %  MnUIB Caaiion. M U^iu H . *. H Vi B'a. %  • .vt i. i Kii % |JMi-' i • %  Hi gta'all Haaea i' il. land, a %  Oullblrd. . Roanno. % %  Drill.h M-i I AlAfler Xmaa Its New Year Day. I lie big OftUM !• Th. public • h %  %  %  i.i.i .: %  \s PanO] I RN IIENJAMtN ARLINGTON XMAS EVE MENU Chilled Tomnt % %  I'olag,. Noel. Fillet o| King Fish — Meuniere. HIAKIHI H..m — Wine Sauci' S..l.ni. Roast Turkey Savoury Draaaatf. Jugg. Hoi led Hue MoBd Carrots. Cdiidied Sweet or Boiled • %  Xmas Pudding Covpt Arlington I~l Ka.4 frail haar* and yaag '""SI ANNUAL SINGING turfwal I'll nWnd lhal ran maka Nfa .-.nm..-raU* Ta h**B fat %  > kidnai < MBBBM ptaertlr afamaar [•add** KioWf I'.U,. Hnrnk-^.a.ha. improT., ,, i.itrm 1a rlrarad •! paaaana and i -i. Mat's rMllftajlbHtar-.ndMrhb.hr. t.rllWd.kjdn.jI'dUlad... .„ DoddsKidner Pills ADVOCATE STATIONERY GBEYSTONE. IIAHTINOK Just the luiii-n..ii In the village . where the Beat Books. Stationery and \mu Card. are now on show I&52 ma* Cud bi. At hlgnMt ppoapvrliv i in prom < BBIST rim i r 1'HA-n v. ii a| >aa liar (or our laf. I^id Jii. Chrlal Hum all iroublr and worn 34 11 S3 In MU tl UM klSSIMJTOV OVAL Hhirh Choir will win the First Prime til SBO.OO TEST PIBCI 1 >ini. the Blrtli •Horn To-night." I'rrvloun Um air 11M8—Cove Hill 1947—Chapman Lane 1948 New Orleans IMS-Chapman Une Itf50-Belleplaine 1951—Chapnum I Wi2 llclleplaine 1953—' —17— Competing: Choii tin year are.—St. Sn any. Shorbou r na. Y.M.UI Oranp Hill, N< Kings l'.irk Choral Group, Faigle Hall Coll.. H RIKIII. HellepUiitu C,lor> Waves. Eagle Porte. Villas.Una, Mint,iShort) Unity, Speiffhtstown. White lliii 0l %  vltto, Ilrifht Star. Mundane, Edged, 11 University, Ca nurhnm Act %  Come lo Kensington iri \r rH Motnhig GATM m %  AdmbmioM h> Piogramm 39 rents ...ii u\e C'G'TRANSATLANTIOUE SOUTHBOUND IltK'l list S.S. -COLOMIllE'' Sailing Dec For Tilnidod. La <'< Jamaica. NORTHBOUND S.S. "DE GRASSY" Sailing Mth I Foi s SS. "COLOM1HI |IIC. Id %  v UartJniQue, %  ACCEPTING PASSENGERS.* \Hi.u \Mi MAIL R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—Agenta /)WAVA*-'.VA'.'. PHONK 3811 ,',-. .*--,-,-,',-,-,, HALL'S DISTEMPER Is a racognised first grar/e WATER PAINT B. <-g o-'+e.-J, aa.y ol apollcation and I .•r"n j capacity I iMorior .i%  Mohitai iiSTOCKED BY ALL THE LEADING STORES A CO. LTD.. HULL. ihd. Barbados < < %  "prnilMCotton taclory. PlanUtloiw Ltd T. Herbert Ltd. C. f, llirri <.n A to (B'dun) Ltd A Barnes Oa l.td Carter A Co. We Wrs/i Customers & Our Friends 5% fHappy Christmas T. HERBERT LTD. Irri it'll jwl in linnfor row . TINNED BAKING PANS CENTRAL EMPORIUM I BYN'OE LTD., A tents NOTICE TO HMi fO \l\|s| Ol R ( | STOM1.KS \MI IHI GENERAI I I HI If 1II X %  Ol R SPA HEM IHI'sKIMIM Hll.l. BI CLOSED FOR sidlK T\KI\. UN "I il .o 1 It AND JIST in ti MIH i: in K mint t\n WORKSHOP UILL Bt. OPEN \* I ->l M. HK Itl sIM-s 0 Ol HIES I li. I tt I (fVJLv W hue Park. -*.-*-^*,-**,',-,-V-,-,-,->,*,'^,-,,',a l ^,. -.',*,',-,*,*,*,-,*,',-,-,*•, ;;'.', W//r \OIIII Wc boa li :i\\ is.mi t'usiomers r Spares llepiirtineul ;• Puiiii. id.i 3 Stock raking u ni Mnndas 2!tih lv< \ Mond.i %  || M.u\ rtS3 and the (ieneral > ill he closed for %  I'lliei 1951 until I FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. /,','.'.V,V,',-.'.--',-,V.'-"-','.V.V/',V,V,*.V,WA*. GREETINGS | 1 K The Management and Staff of .-. BARBADOS HARDWARE | ((>.. LTD. Wish Cur Customers and Friends A Very Happy Christ ma



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I' \(.l I (II I! UAHIIADOS AIIWK \ II WEDNESDAY ITdMBKB 24. H.,.BAfA^jA.ADvtoE U.K. Will tul Arms Spending UrdrH-s4a>. l>rrembcr 24 1*52 4oniiuoiieallli Head FVKN ^h..ul,l Hi. peoples of the Untis); Caribbean decide in fa v. political federation, their chance ..f the federation being A as "Bnti.sh" or as (>eini: of Duminini %  the announcement: which we c ing of Oomni' Prime Ministers in London thil month conSg in the form ef %  title. The Queen is no longer to i i'l tinDominioni ami tinadjective Brituui disappear. The express! n Head of the Commonwealth" i.s now t<> he the in< tii.n of the QuMn'a constitutional position with regard to all member slate.oJ tin Commonw—hh. This description of the Queen was first used at the Commonwealth Prime Ministers Conference in London in 1949 when the government ol India announced its intention of becoming reign independent republic. Although rejectim: allegiance to the Crown |hs go* .' of India announced in 1949 Its BCCCptiUKS Ol the "King as the symlml of the free association of its Independent r nations and as such the Head of the Commonwealth" Tlte Queen la according to existing law "Elisabeth the Second, b; I God, of Great Britain. Ireland and the British Dominions beyond the Seas* Queen. Defender of the Faith." At the ceremony of the Vroclamation there was a change in the royal style and Her Majesty was proclaimed to he "BUzsbcth the Second, by the Grace ol <;-'. Queen of this Realm and of all her other Realms and Territories, Head of the Commonwealth. Defender of the Faith." This style is now to he changed for the United Kingdom by the substitution of "the United Kingdom of Great Britain aid Northern Ireland" for "this realm". Canada. Australia and New Zealand i reed to similar changes of the royal style naming the Queen as Queen of their respective countries and of the United Kingdom and her other Realms and Territories, South Africa proposes a form which will change the Queen's title in South Africa %  <> "Queen of South Africa and of her ml er Realms and Territories. Head of the Commonwealth". Ceylon has proposed a simiJ u style iismi Ceylon instead o( "South Africa'. Pakistan like South Afru.i and Ceylon drop the description "Defendei of the Faith" and the Queen is not gpecJi %  -' %  MI i .,Queen ol Pakistan hut m l\ of the United Kingdom and her other Realms and Territories. Not owing allegiance to the Crown the Republic of [ndis has no title for the Queen as Sovereign but acknowledges her as Head of the Commonwealth His new changes In tl title are expected to be accepted by Commonwealth Parliaments in time for the QueenCoronation next June I' sej therefore likely that 'be provisions made in the Statute of Westminster that no Change can be made in the royal style ard title without the agreement of all the Commonwealth Parliaments will be observed When the changes have been made legal sanction will have been given to a process of change which began to develop soon after the Statute of Westminster in 19:il. The Commonwealth of Nations which used to be known as the British &nplre and then the British Commonwealth of Nations ts now only to be held togel 1 by the common descriptive title ol the Queen as Head of the Commonwealth The word British which accuratelv <-. the former Dominions of Canada, the Commonwealth of Australia. New Zealand and the Union of South Africa was already doomed when Pakistan, Ceylon and India became tadependeot members, "' tb< Com %  '! I DJ %  |le Cmwn wtuV to be considered as the one remaining effective bond of F.mpire tends now to be considered SI .1 series ,.f MVeral Crowns and in India there ;s noCrOWD The suggestion that there should be a Crown of the Commonwealth re p r ese n ting lbs bead of the family outside polities is attractive bUl bow can there be a Crown of the Commonwealth when India owes DO allegiance to the Crown? The former British Empire beg not been liquidated but it continues to change its form and title 111 an effort to retain t it can some common connecting thread. For an appreciable period of time the idea of the Crown and rtatus of Dominions enabled a strong thread to be used. Today the Idea of %  headship' as the last common link is a much less effective bond but the fact that the majority of member states of the Commonwt ihh of Nations once desci ibed ;>ccura1el> H "British* 1 still retail i as distinct from "Head" is a hope! that the thread though made of slsndsT texture will BUrvrVS many a strain. Should tho territories of the C.inbt>ean which are now dependent on the United Kingdom be1 xpected to join the numb 1 who owe ince to the Cr operation, in building up 4 an : ".ill be limited lo %  mighoul rig mora %  hare in ihc A y in tht lUOfann. %  an t<> ignore justlflea tlk* MUm the recent li l,u"Ke nomea. A moetinu which I 1 % %  v Eden, ralsn Secretary, had 1" NY*. York wiSs the heads if the %  Arab dvlegai ant* Mr Mendvres nl n,r-jieeiiui *ui< %  •< Poiaed 01 Europe'! tii m In ad made o(>' people could drugi kept in Some Opt! 1-ped for s *P"1111 ""•' OUn el their income ueautirully wrousht bottles, rcdurii-.v t;illins!L ihe on "noking and drinking. NeverAnd children were rial told any thej dneaend bianei wases modern nonsense a i a shilling tome off. '" 1 ,[ "*y cannot kvop an d lh ihe high cost of living. a acceptreal nd ratao; about ; -d waagivm a bonus. liiougli, i>n the M.unji oik. %  ,' 1 : %  .. the thinr to put Ihtm right. and >f tin r int to take tie nd pUl Into I And the Ms tand^ordi And i> the A %  %  > %  vinos the in Ankan of tinDsefl an to time, and to k %  cfour hour R I Tin Spy \\ ho Did nl Quilt *.. JAMES LEASOR IIpor(s His MMtflafg] WUU lloiuihl Srlh I lie II.A.I Maaj au-> I hail b .. •' R A.F. Afrs*. saU on J / 1, 11.. more tnen t tOO Ui 1 away, causal la the (i.i oj lendli 1 /'in. 1 (in stPcrafL. areaerd an a i louum. end irtih eno OttfpaieM lo iiii".1 i.p a *>na\l rovn anil I u' .11. -Mine 1 ibhrti (end 1 no ot cynIde foal •rlUl his radio Oermnn hands MJJ ml over before it had fairly besuo F'.r It daj Si lh nl'.'iit in tr* (;. niBi> patrol^ He waa He w nt fi n tail In j ill; araa beatn up Then, without trial, eat hangingHo I %  cowered ,... Bhtonla, lo il>.publii gaUow ..... , %  tared .1! Inn) m raps The trap dropped under his feel .1 of bright nd then the dark 1 woke in rus cell s, m 1 in patriot sad nxed the Ihal u 1 tfueslion wi ek-i tui 1 nist RoeeM %  Cambridge %  % %  by no menus nt. B the war he lectured in InsUsh 1 A we walked In the ground* of the preparati ry school si an out HOW AMI Wilt doe* m.i. yalanteer lor 4 >*b fram hi.' he U ,.%  n ,i| y rerlala never !• return? %  nt "In I ic n.iinkno trap s fllllv. ThU Set b is in w it A F one I.I\ thej were lelkIng .ii' m the "ii from 1 I On the Impulse 1 put In rny sug1 ol sabotage. Mo I the p opts who kn< w %  nythlng sboui Bstonls "ens'' when, to my Baked n s if rd f. 1 couldn't i s Into It. 1 had i<> |unp And in the condemned cell—for 40 hour* — alone, ulut v,rre hi* IhourhS? 1 thought "' my wtft r> f< re 1 d kfl bupend w-'d had .1 tut 1 wanted her u. know t v.is mix And I had no waj <.i telling her When ha returned home he [• n u mb ered Ulg incident; she had forgotten all about ii • ergunwnl 1 hut between h ,md hm reualon with I .1 the lite whuh pro•iMe of his %  tnnns and gripping book "A -p\ II..Su I Ii describes how. in bis call dared hi.tset>. nte. end the splrii -.. rtu slive Me determined Is keep ihem. He wri te 1 note to iiiitid.int. saying be had some Men..Which he WOUld 1 %  %  NBMU .1 to i.i asalnet inu evlKS," The blulT S B p e ered to work ent to r^ankfort to the Entelligenca 11 y ,.t the Luftwafle, .it..1 then I Ol November 14. IH-Kt Beth under Koaui. u> Peru %  tni ir own tesni %  In. .1 he was toi^i For rnontai he 1 % %  • >i under %  1 He was lalntd loethwnh 'An Ear' an count — a high-up %  w plan After the war. he sari Britain and Oer%  %  %  %  %  1 tosenj s. RM Qei m ins wanted to know more sboui ]<•. U iv thought. St'h was lo lie put P 0 W camp f. : as an v.u' for the Nans a th 1 ruesd to dhnilgi that might harm hi* but there reason wtu he .should not at 1 he was ("la,; 79 hh| to throw him out of tin attic u I] Ons rolunt wed t 1 be with hint ait the tune u b from meeting Iha (nVcenrfy this officer. D.:JUIUS rwrnaor, sow .. MK %  id, Kenftj ri'i-al'ed rhose day*:— "I tear In salt's room a?id xtap> ed bg Mm all ihe He i sd t. 'nre SOmsotie to !"l-. lot and i rather liked l\c chap. orir a bit on edpe about M" 1 The NSJ lh out la tor his trip to England Seth says In much Himmlcr. chjef ot the s s wanted hint to taka a personal message to ChurcntU IBM power in 1 nsfonate %  muggled across tlie Be on April 12. 1945. saw the M b M tOOa Sin Clifford Norton. it an eni Per !* di • April 12. w i be I sen under s ntence Ol death But, with Ihl he adds: "1 had a fe. ling that my mission seemed less th .n 1 bellan d a 10 be And so In tho end the onl> u • spparenUy inadJ %  %  a circle of V hid .nit IT lion was r Linded up. 'WaMc.l Ronald Beth, •the spy who didn't quite.' bark 111 bU %  at the prep, schofl, lit a HAS the result worth the risk i hi* wI satss rT IVaeal he Ss H sgaia "S Id llOWlj %  The wei in inv opinion wasted seen if 1-1 %  caught I'd haw been little USe, for Pie people UhO had packSdSO sit had toeoontn r.i I -tals that uere %  I The thing was Ihem." Andre Deufach, 10s. fid. —II ^ Our lle^ulrrw Saw Bn Ihe cloth. they go there to %  H,iunfim'HNWA known To ii„ Bduor, The Hdeoeale, "' SIR 1 %  %  %  thing in conn rtloo no te lass care of 1 sj cUUUGS < hanyes whltiTonllsT wuVksie *tM cuTrk^ "• ,h Tl H %  ^, %  boa-lute spoons for The tees of LoOdWl move, and and other office cmployees-lhat g^_ u g ,i" '^^1^01?^ .the burden, of life to-day fall most tl'Z JuM, was uv The sble residential nuarb rhose whdo not live ra ., (il (ill Wii ,, MV T1 hi lr .. bava bvi.11 gradually spreading with tneir parents often pay. in And for h 15e wh(1M ft i| m ,.nts rds from Mnyfair ecrosa London, one uura of their Income ,-ould not be correctly diagnosed. minster, Kenauurtoa and '•' %  bed-eltunf room to repeelous than toothache And now the SOClSlltes Undlorus snd lett ire could be remedied with a corktr (eel that they must cashing in on the scarcity value screw-like apparatus Which "t.. t .ted the ofTending member without further ado. Moslem Friendship Smilereer> The rrediuonal friendship bo... ...,. %  ltd UM MO sea No longer dot! . , „ t command the Wealth of tl, ... 1 ,....._ .'..... n^. and some are wondering how cheaply they can successfully gt through the Cm They are telie-.. d to h a Mayf.ur v .... Of ill.' 1. : %  inu Early this 011MO, th.M11: Houses. 1 1 by one family LWOi %  TUI 11. Ir tween way <.f life .'ing as the Tnenss Itsell tunobut value lo both. But Todaj sra InShadows were cast over it by the insisted with enq di tot %  %  %  %  > conflld la Pel Persia uf um, h( farl M M 1 'i Abe dan oilmen; the Auaiobe to w Ust rena; of carl, who do not d the toui end BBypuan d i spu t e over Uu pi tenets, need not buy trOOBS in IBe Canal them (pood bathing beaches. Any man who took pride m ma in tain in 1; the high standards o' hia chosen vocation, would have sariou .doubts about ddvirlisinn 'fnagnlllo ing beaches' in such circumst.n would know that some tourist would Inevi. 1 tably feel they had been lured here by falsi advertising, and he would want no part in it The trouble is due primarily to the fact that the hotel system as a whole was not planned to attract tourists, but has rather like Topsy, 'just glowe d *. It seems to stand 1.. reason that g tourist hotel on %  tropica Island, -Mould be located on a good bathing beach. It should also be in rural rather that urban surroundings, and set in grounds fea turing an gttractive array of tropical trees and shrubs, carefully spaced so as not to insulate the tourist from the cooling breezei that are so necessary for comfort. It Minis obvious that it is not easy to find a practicable solution ol tin problem but I am convinced that a solution must be found if the tourist industry Is to anything like the possibilities that it undoubtedly has in earning revenue for the island. In groping for an answer I feel I am not suflicientiv familiar with local condi tlons, or the financial and political under cur rents theri %  he live-year Plan it is the %  vowed Intention of the Government to encourage the development Of the tourist industry, nnc %  to all concerned that this matter of really adequate bathing facilities for tourists should be given high priority, u* only because other efforts may be largely nullifled it it is not solved. In the meantime it would certainly help if the beaches can be kept clear of tin cans and other even more offensivs refuse. Pros ent conditions are truly shocking and becoming worse if the beaches near my home inany criterion. Much has been said and written about this but nothing has I 1 yet so far as I have obeerved Surely thfai problem could be solved without expense or effort out of proportion to the benefit to be achieved. We cannot be surprised if visitor: regard us as a backward people when they see the disgusting litter on the 'magoifi cent beaches'. Ft is perhaps natural for folk who live here rjerrnanently to underestimate the Import* -m bathing to the tourist. Having .•-pent most ol niy life In Canada I knoVi VSTJ Well how strongly the yica of bathing in mloVwlnter appeals to the northerner. It Is noticeable that visitors who are fortunate. enough to have sccess to good bathing here take advantage of it twice or even three tbneg 1 lay, whereas the average Barbadian takes his bathing very casually, g the knowledge that it is always to be had when he happens to feel like tt. at any time In the year. 'I he visitor from the north gets a l out of disporting himself in bathing trunks 00 B sandy beach, acquiring a good sun-tan and swimming in clear, warm water, while he thinks of his nome covered with snow. and'the wintry sun shining on the icicles that hang from the eavt By the same token he is likely to lind it very hard to understand why so much of the available hotel accommodation is not directly connected with really good bathing facilities. It would almost seem that Instead of taking advantage of what Nature has provided in this respect, man has conspired to make it difficult for the tourist, and has then thrown in the tin cans to finish the job. I have met some Barbadians who seem to %  a of doing anything to the tourist business, being afraid that the isl?.nd may be over-run with them 1 do not think there is any danger ol that myself, and for purely selfish reasons should be sorry to see n happen 1 really believe that the business could be expanded considerably without risk of interfering with the sugar industry, or with the permanent residents of the island. In writing this article 1 am not drawing on my imagination but rather on U contacts i have had with visitors during the past six years. A number of them have commented to me frankly on their impressions of Barbados, some of which are Haltering and some not. SS FINED By NRWELI. ROT.MIS. NK'V YORK. ACTRESS Rosemary Murphy pleaded to the judge trying her for four traffic Vtola tions: "The car belongs to my father, who is in Japan." Her father Is U S Ambassadm Murphy, in Tokyo, Said Ju Murtagh, drily: "Well. 1 don't think he's guilty I'm afraid it's his family. Sixty dol...: ( CM Hs I" 1 price controls on America drinks. They were selling below official prices and did not go up when the price con troUers permitted a raise I I trols on clothes. They are In such supply that prices are sagg.; -LEA WAOJ\LA*S SCWTCW M7//5A1 Ml wore* and WtfMm el m -• seeti erkr „, ... k. .1 ii ... mi in in: JBOf — *"""' '"-' ,1, %  %  V..T I '"' %  ' T*** 1 A VERY HAPPY CHRISTMAS re MI. inH cuaromau t'ritm WILKINSON & HAVNtS Co.. Lid. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. I hone lilt. MSI %  KHITII STORKS %  xesnft,r f vf^B' i k initials, /I, *^T^ AV l, u ,cd or sold r J / Vlll individually. New Nylons Ruffle r Plain VfUta St Colours .Ifi in wide at M.37 Always an angel in Baby llnnpyniip Nnrserv Squares S7.M doz. It's "a wonderful gift Globe-Trotter is Air Travel Luggage in Suitcases & llandlriinks — Cases IM.lt; Trunks S52.75 DACOSTA & Co., Ltd. SPECIALS gaerrnre inm Bpi •( rn.iiiiu -—prr tin K W.V (iln St.00 |MI botilr Try A tin of our Z's lb. Munrt Pra lor .30 U> "nr a* purer linn. < xniiik.,1 Ham* In tin* NsMej Kim ..ii Pork) Sail Brrl l'r Jue-Jut Rox Fhh Froirn FHh Preaca PreH Pr e s ae Vega. R'd Apples Csaeeaatea Irrd Krult ( akf% PHONE EARLY WE DELIVER Qreetings Phono COOBAKDS IIIIC AU. Tilt. GOOD rnrves. STOCK UP ON THESE FOR YOUR 4 DAYS HOLIDAY 1 .% %  Rlsrulbt In tinn and peas, Suprr Ricr Anrhor • i..-. % %  in Una aae Pkv Anrhor Milk <>ulnnn> Sloul


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PACE SIX R\Rn\IHi. U.WX \TI USJ SACROOL IS THt FINEST REMEDY FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS Don't be without a hot.L it'* a real •.landby. On Sale at KNIGHTS' UrnStorrs The name is— FIRESTONE W M < M W I Charles McEnearney & Co., Ltd. Ph. 4493 Legislative Council Pass Supplementary Resolution $ 166,622 to Supplement 1952—53 Estimates ITO LEOIgLAWVE CCM | %  I i ition for $186,622 to unoVr 15 heads. AfTr tin Acting Colonial Secretary Mr. G. T Barton Introduced it, the Council agreed with it without much debate. The Head* are "Covu: which $410 is voted for upk>. p ot gardens and incidentals. CUonll Secretary $1 H m.i.Uhtah 4!t0for office ipmtnl at tha .. i %  !-. and $3oo travelling *xp n %  in < ninei lion with the Plrc Brigade. Tr, remaining amounts arc 3.UMI f,.i UM Department <•( rlkfRways & T>.iiu.ptrl. Ill.CtX Tor Waterworie ier for miscellaneous sir the Post Office. Introducing the Acting Colonial S>. i. • Sir -Thl-. i DM ' IbOM R'*"luMnns. presentrd %  <:t" I ...... I —mbmed a number nf Item Ihal %  %  %  %  iblf Council JIBS in the past the lire and i Resolution* submitted for its ronI %  n few WOt which I hope wlU mollify any 'hat members mav feel. "Basicaliv the argument ,s 1l1 1 If UM Leflal itun control nvt'i Oovarnma ii 'turthese Resolutions | UM aJtarnafh ent to over-eniimate with %  I lai | to alb •.. be ft amed, [ ly so Ion* in advance. and a half million %  %  I I rtlcmentirv %  % %  vilv nlvvi' I million %  The Method I "iin method of M.mi-liI .m. I... i %  I am not criticising, o %  aumatcd expenditure without i turning the tarn* <• muN that iiught i> < that expethi.'ui 1 are tucked away In the and have not the i or impai i "In fart If aWmated gJirnem!.lure is the pritni dniitu %  .''> p *r.oimn and the Item "WoiVui I %  r--! •• romi • %  XXXII %  M 15.000 T^rether th"I '.'I mnr.than I''If i ihitlon, and aoma o *'*' ibl*. though the on t*"c length of Slav of th the D*i %  • ThefJW %  I of othea i' v ' .Allowances for I •'.•>• I I i.. • -i l-ctsonal emolument* items when n Vflee Is vacant. •In some wrrtl %  dti • %  ntm ol ..( UKhid, recourse le UM ire is not so frequent, in use m the legislature UM i -<. %  •endtture %  mi eeti%  K i' U officer* [ %  %  >" . from nttttar of xoersditure oi iiieir Depart %  %  e-.pendi'ure. and of thinking thai ted they Di ihav in* of ui 'akc the ill %  iiea.i UM eoluenn of the the actual ire and compare it with hi' the Legislature I*at Record Let us examine the record of idiaige. i tUated. The litest r.gurea •vallabte t' the Council lined In t"< current E-timates and refer to the hnanciai year 1950—51. Taking the larger spending Departmenti* lind that the Agricultural m spent $30,000 lev %  um allowajd %  rtta, $37,000 less; th< Danattinant (40,000 %  i $37,000: PuLl w I nl $6(100. legal Deparlnt $21,000. Hail If one %  account supplemental^ nrfnga on expeodituif would be J j!i"ii deal n<.re Uon lifpattn.cn' %  pen) $54 000 less than the total sum authorised i.y the Leglslai of UM $68.ooo auppla1 leniar] axpendlture %  uthvnaed io th.it year $53,000 was a new Item foi this Island's conlrlbu* Uon lo the I'niv.isitv College of the West Indies: $9,000 for Beeendary School*. ''I p. ; %  !,. KitS-hoolunder the r .niro] .f th rubluWorks Dcparld the -emnitilnthree io four thousand dollars was for holarthlM %  rising front tinnew Act. in %  lug that could ba laid at dl thJ Htad "f the Dei.-.itoient to support a charge of "Xtrnvagance or bad estimating (intutal money placed by the at the disposal of "ii in Part 1 thai >' %  wa* undermore than $300,000 't'hi* Ii not anla run ilfM. This ii not a Rl rwairi>-oQ VNI ea I have found iha; Covn ore Jealoaa m guarding the public purse • guarding .their ItifuMm:iiiMn the Heads of Ileparlments for "' %  is only fair tfi .'ties. lo tha) have to pre• monihi operative, that ll lo say, U* a period of six to eighteen months In the future. They have to forecast, within that period. UM movement of prices (a task from which n trained economisl in these days would shrink) and have their forecasts sharply 1 I ie EstiM Thus it s that Resolution number of Itt 10 incieases In respect of higher coati and rising prices. Among the largest of these item* are the , ; 1 Mental HospltBJM. fudder tor the Morgaa, I'ncertainiy 'When eatamalfl are belnn rieparad 'here is also uncerI'hei gods will •rough) to thin Ihe period. Normally what might be termed the %  I ik counts by the h. will balance out. but ton I be called upon w p.iy • %  amounts In the same for example—Head II Colonial Secretary — item II. ItaUonery. "Thara ^re other item lo UM He.obiti.iti that arise from the .: demand* of the public, for example the requirements of the Registration Office. the Dental Out-patient gad the Post Office. While others depend upon the behaviour of 'he public, as the requirement, legal Dcpaitn 1 "Of the new item* the very "ecessary repair* to the Bay Street Esplanade brcakwatei otild not have been foreseen, and %  undertaken ll %  erious lo*. perhaps even dangW %  > %  <• : %  • b* avoided. The much needed renovations at the Baggage Warehouse are m imping with the desire lo brighten m for Coronal tha young sister of the Baggage Warehouse, the TerminI Building at Sea well, has refhtly hhd u % %  "1 have Itied l„ keep my reiarks general, but if any detaib %  ie require.) on any item, over ind above those In the notes I m> DM! to supply the information. "So that there should Ix* no misunderstanding in any quartei thing I may have said. I should like to make U lion of the Government cleat with regard to criticism of matters of public concern, whethci included in this Resolution or not. The Government welcomes i\<\ takes note of constructive .riticism. particularly when it h tho'.c that have the duty to Kive it. But Cuvcl'tiiiienl expects, and has the right w •i-k. that criticism should be '.ur. without personal prejudice Of petty spitr. and that it should 1 In aecnlanoa with the real : nut basci on irresponUxrUoos. "Sit —I beg lo move th.d UUl Resolution be paaaed. This wo* seconded by Hon. C %  %  ' assed after one question from the Hon. (;. l>. 1 \ maParty At St. Peter's Infirmary A ( HHISTMAS I'AHTY tm Ihe inmates of St Pi •• 1 Infirmary on Monday afternoon. T'i 1 prograauna included carols. pm mi and a play. Th' S resented by the senior pupils of i Peter's Girt'' School and rreirl-ers of St 1 •r' Obi 01 if Assoi-tatii.il mud 1 lh> f th* Hi Bd Ml lie: \: s Watu. Gifti t, •nbuiert to the Inmates by the Rector Rev A f Hatch who acted a" Father During the afternoon %  --nenls were served. Richmond's • .., going around JUnPlng eartih on r-tnlf of the ix> >r %  .thing fin* •he children, v\i \s r\kOi.s tm Sunday al t P* Jopn's Stti %  st John'i A (be Rector Rev A E Simmons and clothing 10 the chlMran and some | 'nma'es. _. Daat 4 p.m. the St. • P %  Church Choir will give a programme of Christmas st Lucys AJn ..UTS HHt BUND llurd Memorial School for the blind yesterday Mr. and Mrs J A Tudor and other wtu preatntfM m the itutftauj Mckagcs of rice and cunh bonuse-. On behalf of the school Mr. teacher "f the school bouquet of flOW! 1 ire l>eing trained I M H oW Rock, organw of S fohn"! Parish Church. Mr. Cuke Presides At Leg. Council &f&f > &f Hon. II. A. Cuke pt< 1 h d ow ihe m.-etitm of th l.cglslatlv. Council v. %  absence of His uon,. the i'iIdent, Hon .' rh.iuin who was "indisposed.*' Before, UM Council adjourned without a date. Hon. Dr. H. G. MIISSIHII extended the compliments of the Season to the Acting hi .ind expressed the hope thai they would all hove a 11 d \ .cation and leturn rein vigor a ted. Hon. Mr. Cuke warmly reciproUM feelings expressed by the honourable DT. Masslah. %  %  REPAIRS TO MOBILE CINEMA DaCosta's — on Broad ,-, • ,-. .-,-.. f-i %  %  -.-.-• -1 %  --•' '%  r •••1 %  • < %  %  • % %  •-'! %  t-i'tit-i --.-•%  • t r t'-; • %  • •" THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE! Clean Fresh Mouth All Bar Long! ;* t UMlS \ \ 01 ) Xvvsr^ A NEW minuk WodipaaM pren Mcntasol — now gives you safer teeth and gums, and .1 clean, fmh mouth and breath all da) It doesn't just "covt'up' mttiili odouis lor BaWttt; 1 htm caaassrasfy, Mentasal i> s'cen Igjcaaal it ^onuins active *)itorocth>il . Nature's ass) ol mining the lifegiting cnc*i;y ot ihe Min into hcallh and freshness No wonder ajaaiup ky ll worki auch nurvebm your mouth' l-iisi. ihe active gran chioroph)ll m MOM 1 odour*. / Auuf*' Test* haw been earned out on both men at "bad brcaih." Hours after brushing Iheir tscih with Mentasol. Cg i, .j no unpleasant mouth odout' I hen. MeakaoTa chlorophyll helps to P Ufl d lirm. hcallh> gunu. Sexccssful tests 00 over 1.000 patients proved this 1 ). this chlorophyll toothpane ioiiK.es mouth acids that cause decay . destroy* scmitbit cause a.iJs Laboratory lestaTers you tkh p r oaa ct to n Million* ol AaMrsEOM u*e il I r s the niituy freshness ol this green '•thai makes teeth brilbanlq h.ic' You'll k w M.-nti'ol .. >ua'iV Mentasol ssr THERE S nothing like x JaUrtoaWj, revitalltlng cup of Ovahinr * Ida ihe mid-mornini: laack to hrip Ilghcaa rika nail*. round. Away go petty oseas nd Jomrtti. worries. hou*rhld duiles are tackled with • \u > %  %  and • hopplnn bevomci ihe dcliabi ii should be. • Ovaliinr 1* snade trosa Nsturriatit food*. The famous Os sllinc' farm> were ratabliahed 10 act ili.kfcjhoM •tandard* for the malt, milk and egg* % % %  -'' in |BJ preparation and the ..imtitu OVALTINE Costs so liltlo -fc gives so much SoiJ in airtight nm ei jll UMgke atJ Sferay, iHeoaiUil— Hatt thai th* largt KU 'Ovalliisf tin tonuiai Is gajMa*. H\ HUM MIHt | II*. 11-is.v MJ ...ahi I ru onto 'Orali %  I pt %  OSStUat' HaKvl.ll %  • WttL 11 Jrtxair sixl rd da?— /•MtUjKKrli r*M'<



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WHAl'S ON TO-DAY • M*m. DMMMi ••! Uafiau> u. vMvn Arm*. %  •< ti %  Tut lh HUM lh*t a..,'-.. Ill Gauitt IS* wrong, Ut*( ..-.! \, i %  >,. ,.„. MM : i.r. ,1.. •gfRYJa*** -' ESTABLISHED 1895 MESDAY, DEI'EMU Sixty-two Days At Sea In Rubber Doctor Proves Man Can Live On Rain Water And Raw Fish ni'M.in Y%III:I i IIOM IMMII 2.700 MIIIS \WX\ TWENTY BIGHT Y. AR OLD Olain Louis Bombord. a French heart specialist, tiea to Ihe worlil thai man can live on plank < water and raw fish two months, Di B landed ai Sti yesterday in .. liursv^hoe shaped rubber dinj seating I. Atlantic from Barbados The dinghy, L*Heretique, bought from ;1 i force is IS It i Wide SI ..imately 200 lb a speed of "i0 miles a board. Di Bombord had a radn>. two lucky thai ins. orni'i % % %  .. %  eompaas lexl Stroud Buy STROUD BAY. 50 yard %  .retch of brown coar*a sand 1* a quarter of a Bile north of Harrison Point llititboiwc. It u •vuiooked by two 40 ft. dillknown to flahtrmen 'Cow-pen" point and "Spnng uil" point The beach. Utter ad with N> gg ahella la the bone Of 12 Baaing hoat* once launched lot Ihe aeuoo, these boats seek shelter at Bprlghtstown, a* tha sea off that part of the eoal la generally rough. which he A \m %  %  %  %  i blanca. Up to then hi bed not been carrying an\ food He wus advised by Anu-inans %  i lake on enirnn'ncv rattoni because of the tusairdf he nuht encounter. These •rare in .< arnled tin -and would last lor SO days Before Nceivtng them Dr Bombord promised that he would not upon them durini% %  -URC. On arrival at Stroud Bay he opened the tin "f rations in the presence ot crowd. He then distributed the contents. He Mid: "This crowd witnested the running of the tin %  nd can lei! anyone • I • U i rations were untouched What better proof should I need then .i laiije crowd of strain, i # < % hi.' i Mr. Hoffmann \gain Saar IVrmier %  i p.. Kl ... chotan Ini for the %  M, All nirmi former *.Mi t*e,OATaV %  ,.-,].'. .::> % %  1's Deputy -.11. wa>. %  %  'HUH' tfl" %  I |tl) —\'V Fifteen Drowned After Leaping From Wrecked Cruise Liner Next Tourist Season May Be Shorter Kyah, Secretary of the *'' n "ggSL „., I ir, ft rubber dumhy DM In*ct i* Dt Bombord. a French heart specialist who cro* to* in L'lleietique in V2 daya. during which time he lived I Ml the Atlantic from LaPalnun to Bari plankton, rain water and taw ftah. Measures Against France Discussed s CAIRO. Dec. 2-t the U N. cooSnowstorms Slop \\ ork IN IISBRUCK, Austria, Dec. 23. Wind iir i %  %  ki d • irainga r .Hod :he veni-d here to .'.',, k ,, ( tdantiAi POCKET CA..IOON i OSBI Rl t -\.s, UIMI France i T Morocco. India. Paid lonesia -raw, Afghanistan and RSthiopia represented by their diplomatic envoj & will join Aral> league delegate! in a meeting under the Chair | India i le participate in lhi ih' Ami r men tmtu t a of in: fU'\ • I'u peel "Irt>n hai \f \ b|| Voik t.i ; Aft,.., The Aral mtti |>ili' in both North A f i Ituliun I I MIBoats RcKcaq Iiitm ^ilgoslavia I'ort The V S Unii reixiiI hinR boat, with t^U %  coast of VusotJ I Charlie ChajMn Goes To Geneva foi.-e-i ml %  inree-djy I in.-.irit.iin %  %  I A '..siuty. A new -nowfjilj In Ihe A!p bliKked m.niy roads and ttaina Mbarg to b %  %  nUi %  %  houi lab Mini id from Arlln-rjt oaad and traflk Otha i i •-.ml. roadr. %  .lowed down to a crawl. I n. reeling among hoi eui %  iii.ii !-. %  coming tearM *eoMin may not be ns busy ai.tha tougn than a/U] not be any ila ii la not ai n would S if I la poiaaj i< be %  nrt wafum T',: althnua'i DTM uoUl the boginnlna .'ml*, thenwrrr mo) pmg in Uniiland durinij Dacember Urnn >.. %  H1 thai it would %  %  jive nny 1ru'' Indll I tncs mav iw rece'ved t;itrr | %  %  %  fairly hrnvily I najorlty of furnished upnrtinen' boohed %  > %  • baam r.Jlv | aad .intlripate thai Hrlll lw mnde nt ahort i..t n Will C.n To t!.K BISHOP TO PREACH CHRISTMAS DAY l IK r..rd>ii.|> Bl.nop (. I. %  %  M.iulr\ill. uill prrarh .i am. un CawMaaaa Das al ih' DaaantdraJ i >> let in thr nii.i!>iii thr Van Rrvd. P-.I-. II ...l. Mill prearh at f> o'clock the ItlWlaaa t*raliHilna Mldnkht lO-Bagwt .r. M bilious mad M!ll Lord Hi i %  r i innv a i know* an MMM Mo | Kuctmu: i All. %  >! I I BBERUT Di ;i IK heroic captain .>i a motoi launch I %  .< tome ISO wrecked Frencl | %  i < hainpollinn | | iade threi ste trips to tin' ude %  I the linei In n and women with babies in then arms climbed down rope Isdaera int n en i led u out weeping with fof i furttMi, raacue '"iitw tha naota aw M I %  %  enrw might '"" iaaiad iintu uanoi row Han -f tba r< KUI ..II .. Lcbao %  • ni." %  .ipi^tu it.1 RadwaM, aklpfMr at a lauoah which pilota ocean aolnit hlp>. Into lU'iiiil li.irbuur. hore when they clauiibered Fire OestroyN Factory Police Hall Christmas Day Uprising DVOi iru. In I ind "< %  %  craft to thai itda BERLIN, Daa W> • ii. iiin lire brlgada* I %  on the bordei oaot to tha BoTHri /. %  M'alehfd .i f.i.tc.i. Iitun down %  We .i. not ailowad . : %  I.I i in.in authoriUi i call ua for aniatancc.'' Ilremen uld. Pin hroka OUt this morning In •".I weni ih Berlin luburb ol lli4inpol ,,, After It ... I ll.Mlpotll.Ml tin Ih* ii' liati %  ruhMi Km,. lc •ntci Radwan ralunti i "si t.. try aJana i %  %  i.. UtrotUa IOOM tha whee through ihe aea i to Ihi Ung i.r tinBrll %  i i v Poll oluti* Hotel Baaaaa* pgn. j km thnt many Of the North Amor; surplus U.S lidav aeekem who maj ...n %  i I .anb* fi In Bun ihci Ii tangaa iioti thau Iniga mow :. I last eek -IT. want 10 vlatt England during tinFlorida, to Havana. Trie foui anwatad I. st Friday us ringleudcri m an .dicged plot Cuban Praaadent Kulgan90 llaliata were to be arraigned to-day on etuurgaa "f illegal poavessinn of weapons. i Glancoia P I .. %  V-,ik City subuib aald Duarta, 35. had arrangrd to % %  ivi An Rescue ifd Lady Uuth n la 'I--' tha tiltni. rnnch cr and 19 r thai i ing to .tb.iti 200 varda NEW YCIRK, l>ri taid four alleged Cuban pl.inncri Ui use %  ifachod IhO lOMM at II mi but boat ftp thai bad baen Miami, bulll or, raacue nttempta were %  ii parm (rom Ua i CaWaaajall atoa ned I way. Kmya tha Bovtel BOBM I ... l>Ut NO Kasl fJermati poUaaa I put a tilth' ..ind tha lib' Hiding wraa i i I. hl.T I — t IV France Faces \iiias Crisis PARIS Da. 13. ,| l-.rfor p .i t i b up i i uld have %  iftm nttw %  %  inconwnl on the \ Ha rathohc to back int in the iirst of Ihn %  • ...ne ( | In V..M..I ..-. I.. %  actarta i i i wa. Castoti \|.,nn. TV. II.i-t. .il. %  Of th. Data and member of the right • %  % %  |U) i onanlt i ktl ueutlva In time' %  I luard rlerrM peake\ l %  %  Informed i arould Aunol mi inin tin %  i ...ling newsmen ,'i-iccaa of n Un| i ,vn I' %  %  ui* g r.r.i 1 Shopping Ikiy In-fiirf \man Coronation rt>l|.bmlloiu next Jui: "" ...II no. w.nl lo .prnd two v..,i. "" %  iliom. nnd will In all uruuablliH Own hollrlay o lhal In.-. Germany. I h al c,n " lo ""•J' 1 "!. mnortad "na* • (,n Yn *' i .' Illeln anil a number of mil a number *',,„„., ... • J %  L.C.w.l. Prtnviual aaa if the .uit-1 • No0 In Jamaica buy tile ftj-f. joat formerly imiml Thirtvi'n Die In Plant: Col Union Fifth A,. F..i KINGSTON %  Tba naaj I'Ki.iip-l ..I .-.. %  i Jamaica an January l Atconipai.iau o> hi wje and two __ ii. .-..'• ...a WT...V " M ""' "I Kaymona Pr-r-lly. UJ SdUSSS "jmbar or ,.,. %  I ,, wraaterr. which mccU January i£ to Is Dg 13 perand was met at the pier ">' ( In. f Juottoa sir Kaa-oatn o'Connoi. awnuui al tbc Hoyal | U.C.W.I. Viea l'i iiniual. HOB 1 fi for $20,000 to carry arma to Cuba for a Christmas Day uprising against the Cuban • Government. It waa learned that th' boat was l-cing converted from Una reacua doaign Into a feign paod veaael eaaMbM of earround lb-it %  :• | I %  1 %  : ol f the US pi A t IE0U1 tintwotruekloadaf.f.' r "" AJoataiidrhi baali I ...nt 2m baud U> %  iulk -C.P. nd ammunition seised In Una station EIGHT BELIEVED DEAO IN CRASH fore %  tngine traa Ihe uniiia era kdiru. • %  tranrpnri Tha :'an[K>rt aon plane hut c %  tr foire board np'ne,. an ii.vejIIihTU %  .i Italian • .j.v ( .. Stntea Attorney • • !" 0' ordei. I [her .h* Britiab I ra-a lautted. %  •ere of C>. 1/iNH Vai hgag of n.< ind other I Basannj SaaHa Marts Bi %  • j.uainst ViRONA, ITALY !• fclghl paOPla weie ln-lieve! plane survived" JM. Sherli-ck. L* (' W I. Registrar killed when an engine and two board th,. twin Hugh Spnegi' | led ol ;t the Faculty temahen off tha tiachl al I plena Dr. Grave *aid on arrival "the' outside Verona today. University College shouM be able Two to contribute a great deal to the'early this aftaanoa wants and nce't' ol Jamaica and aajd tlury feared six more were; thf wholOf the British We *HU under bM Indies. It should be able to train | An emergency rail to Veioiiaahuxe Communist troop rer.tr. people w'"i •vtH ba I ad riearby town* brougl'l K" n^*r Chaerong tn m llfhareot laaks that have to be CiOaa Ambulances and nUTM unoearUhen hare and wii i very saueh, be mon %  the spot — rescue work begai. II lui centre of learning and resejr. h within %  few minutes of derail"'I. i %  ahortly ttn Braa." mem. I i;il 630 • Utne hieh Red Troop Centre Bombed SK'H.J. | Unltod Staten wnrplan. Gilbey's EMPIRE RED WINE France, Italy Back U.K. Protest ting -e-meii a -aid here toda %  :i socpanvn the The premiere was accla \ of the lore —l.P. season for Rome aodet* A otaet auMifir;<'i •-. be delivered % %  star' day by BasOOtlfig Stan >mahed the Hed gpital of Mertl Kpn Irca arl i I %  mg out ntriipoiirn line poattiooa. %  bio. %  mr.t-, To Intercept dprt...| with eight It clear thnt imn %  i r i' rovi i %  Congrcse. Theae protesU fallow thre. p The MV weeks of informal dhcuaalons in all which the Washington pfirtmeni .irknowledjat ne ditnculImmlgrat ibo I ted aBalni new regulation* I I Italy. H.i Norway are believad het. contemplating the 'in* eoui i the earth BritUh Cbargu Daflaircs In Wash* t.ea of tha new regul i r i r Maintains the same high Standard ofQualityas shipped to the West Indies for the past fifty years • OAHDIStR AfSW/tCfV! lyfrt/j



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P.W.I i\VO tfwdb CM** HAKMAIH.-, ADVIMATI. mONUOAl DECEMBEB M, lM aii& nod., \es;cni. • |J IS b %  %  this rrmrr..ng ot o'clock Barbadian* On Holiday home holiday with their %  L. Glbt>s of WurlhiNk .: of • Bridge.' Fifth ,V. %  III id hu %  Hamilton i m bet k hon i iit Iran'it I NTRANS17 I I! W I A f..r Trinitfad I •pWlli B holld> '•astoti Mango „ m Mr. Manger a Pmim swnrteaug and i... s Agamtl of Fnrte-de-France Hu wife u ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs John *r Vtrfp.ii! .,• Touring Thv hlaiah VfAKlNU ,i hohti.iy trip thraygl A !" lhe island* -re Mr. and Mi.. David Jackson and then KM I They arrived here thr**, days ago •ind left tin Monday afternoon bi n ft i A for Grenada. Mr. Jackson who WM in Caraca> ema CommKtal Attach*' eras Latin Ameucan Sale* Manuget foi ., Company in th. U s \ aW l aci u revtsli Barbados fur aasaeri Nir daya and will also make %  :• GuadMoup) I Si Lucia Nl Ktb .nrt Ai • i How Dark Would You Listening /fours Make The Xmas Pudding r ' -"~~ "•* %  IIERK t. Olaia Loul. LniWrJ who win. in B.thvlo. ,.. U MrBti and rros-m* to Baibado. At laft ; If Kvlirvti Waaujnrturrr Vflt AND MRS. W. K * Btunr Era* Oakland ci.VH i %  tftjf-.-nia. are now in" BarbacU 7,',r mo i hreo w,-ek* holiday. Tbay ari on Prttiiy by B.W.I.A v, and wore accompanied %  41 Iwo Flormi i-,i./.M laW IfinK-um A NUM.; Dition is to IKlaged • I (T | Si,! OUi and Sunday llti, J.i iS'i3. in the form 1 %  %  hard. Uflttrcnl MdUbUor wQ\ fill two Mr Rosenberry i „ ro „ rt Floral manufacturer Thl, i, hu fliiT^S. have been highly u, l„ [he island cessful in the United State* and in a_.. #-x I.ondon. but this IN the t % *Si.T "*" %  •**'" held In this inland. Visit,,i In the JW ., "*-D *' Foughk* psie. exhibition on the first da i Y rk who I* In the real 9th January will judge the exhibit* Ul ^ a J^"''J 1 ^" u? r iv p 1 ncr '' by voliiu. r*n the Ihro ,l, ill be %  %  •<. %  bf .fubiiiim will I.. I % %  %  ...... %  I' W I A fmn. St UMl where he .pent a week ft huoonw over In * what ehiinjre. '" made on the UaM I 'M vimt annul five veal* < %  >. p M who Ml the U S A rrtatin* to the hl-t, eaab a|0 Vam'tn 1 'wnd land, tncbduur ftnhiin % %  nthnVth^wK hlna. MVaT, ala. etc VUltlma /for Mother VIIS \IKIA VKAItWl" >I1 hu MAJOR II. \\ VI I III I 7& TotftlY C DtffQHATULATIOtffa Wlslies ti M.ijoi H W Ptatblei CMC DBO of u.iri.-. 1 si Philip who ew tbcatao his M-venty-IUth birthday today. s'atewnnn uM tofttwr rd Bt Vincent onlv son on D D • IMS. He had fought hia wit out ai Duniiu 1 '!')!!' nil fell In .iction when Allied Armies retunieil to (MlvOI I Ifope mm N %  ', %  '!, % %  The Majoi blnaMlf thoush his IT.limited hai loat none nierwU am) eoni hold "Id aaaveanh ever. >m Barbadofi hmc of th.oth. %  I IUI ilui. rMMmed ,r v Vj!ii . %  y ., Bumiv ihcnvr 1 '"' %  hj \f R AND MRS LeaONARTJ Wl A ofty 1Ti KKNT of Qraoada returned home on Monday nfter spendinR to Be* hi %  %  the Wind. Mi K.-nt erho was her, aboul V. B|1 i w propnef %  rn'-itein B) Palrtdt"! Grenada rjata, SI. rVr>l R l WING rran s day mninii.c | i %  i f.ii i atari Skiri Well M RS. N. TAYLOH of aprlngvlUe,StraUiceMM, inm.ui b> 11.W.I.A. ".•ek-*nd M .i man •HW by UM Name niieraft foi Trintrt.nl were Mr llruie %  on, Ml Bdiffar %  id Master Kdward llutPl,l M-. AM U*D I-I i M n IH)IN(, BMeel I u.. Hour ,u. Suaai | io. Candied peel I lb, Sultaaa hj >" **i Poilq 3. r*a> 4. •% tea-< baklhf powder Wh.tt of •Us. Ifoffh %  %  # IIHIWI ertih a wooden .-.poor.. Adn -lowly Uie auaar. the e*jp). the ei: jyolka, the Cour. the sultana. ,. candied i:hv puni. i of salt and the bakinv powder rn.'ii .,dd Ihe whites, of egg* whiih you have beaten until stilT ISHUH lthe pan and bai* kn th, nraai lot an hour Yah If you pre* your linger on the •op and it make" a nulae aa If frying it u not iady aj there i itill humidity In it. You can ateep the %  ullana *nd the candied peel in a bll of mfn before adding In 'he mhttl MM rrmiiNo Freali beef auet 1* lb; [the mKk of I butter loaf) IVj. Hour I lb: Aprrte 4 lb. lUlalne and currant* I lb. Clover.. Ground Cinnamon. Barb | Beaota i te.V.|>uonfui, *^ut* 3. rtum or Cognac 1 glasx; aVJJ a Half an uiangv Put In a big mixing bow bread, the flour, the apples (panted and minced) Ihe ralln< and the currant' the candled peel, tlie ground cinnamon, the sugar, the apiece, the egga. I glaw of HUTU t.r Cognai. the juice of half a lime and half an orange You mini ileep Ihe apples, the ralaina and Ihe currant* and the candied peel In rum at least for an hour befor* mixing. Take a pudding doth, butter it and flour It and poti> thr mixture In the centre I cloth, lie a string around it and give it the shape of a ball IMt thr pudding in Ihe doth in boiling water and keep the afttga l*iil.n for at least four hourTake il then out of the water. oour aomr hike-warm engnar nr rum on B and light it. Serve ISIUM It i* nice to serve some vabalorvr al rum with it. / \r \t..M AI. KIM ror ever> *-gg Lehfenpoonful if sugar. 2 tableepoonfuls of White wine or Maraala I liqueur gla* of rum. Tggaj m r. ..11 ...uceuan jud put one egg yelk at a tmw. the Corrcapondged quantity of uastr and wine or Marsala. Add the llqucu. giaM of rum at the fnd. Put th* saucepan In a tNggftr aauceM.i %  mlains hot water. Put %  VIM vhtngj on the fire beafuig the Atth .i whip The egg will lint become froth> and then will be aoft and smooth When • month take off "he flre T gevg hot. I-.gaah • ia f Pl T [ im an* atean ouiic* a as p • %  I ia>atr Caraa : n i %  Nwl i ai a m BMB* Ti*ofW> Ill i, m H^d, '% %  ..' %  i P p m The Hr>t.! H.,.I V. L,lr I" fca p m T>.' ,. arogrejMne I~rwtr lfl II a It* .' faii I* J. P m cwreai |nj>gege>esaaeaata>aay^ I 1111 ..^* + .~ .lra i/ogg K'ltintittft nr #f>*r* tinmj 5 TRY SISCOLIN DISTEMPER p owder ] M\\\ \i 1 K \< TIVI 1 rjLTMTth t ream, Green, Blue. While. Nu**hwr A Ban tear ta n— almpl* mix with anggf t t WONDERFUL OFFER AH rinRs. Compacts, identity Bracelets, Cigareite Cares etc bought from us will be ENGRAVED FREE V. De LIMA A CO. I.I 11. 20 Broad St ond at Marine Cardens OPENING 8.30 p.m. TOMORROW w SINCIN'N THgRAIN Cm Deal KaLY • O'CONNOR Debtse REYNOLDS GLOBE MATINTO FUT OIL PAINT In II* IVhlle. fifeen For fl\LV. IRON or %  IIIM.II ROOPB . %  isi; ID BAND BARBADOS RED Paint In gallon .n ( 1 gallon llna f Wilkinson & Haynes Co.. Ltd. f X Note .—He shall he CLO*r:i) on Saturday, 'Tin Ileremher. o MHUMUM4MMMtlr>lll3lgl8Sll^ ft ft ft ft HOKHil Nil VIHM # %  Due in limited .space. I you are invited to make i nervations as soon as possible. STARS w V* HJ Pin AMI Ill-UfjU-Il Hhm TI Xu. Chrintnui* llulitfay* A JtHlVINCi on Sun.i..v ntaht h it W 1 A from Trinidad wai \ Ceil Cr-.wford. Akletaiil Ihe Bishop*! High lienool 11: TobagO He has come over foi the ciinstmaa holidays which he !• viKiiding wilh relatives al Pegwftl, ciiri-t Church. I.ant Were /. lenrt ijrn A PTCR spending n holid;,* m Gii.ideloup,Mi and Mr*. Harry A Smith of New York I tier,on Monday iftei noon i 11 W I A. and t UW tfkTftU Hotel. ItiUk to I uiimtn .,,.„ yMrB ago , P re„M R. and MRS. Tom Foster dent of Engineering Bpeclaltlea Who were holidaying been in r builders of meehnnlcnl Darbadns for l A ., weeks leturned m.chinery In New York h. .Vmada yesterday ev t in„ i,v ^^ Kvcital gj HgJOl A. H TW.RE •' bt I 1 GlenOrgan Recital ..t *^ dairy Prison and Mrs Foster. Me >l" BapUM Church at i.m on work* In the Accounts DepartSunday, I>ecember 2>. mem of Hcear George w Crothars Some of the artists t.-,v. Ltd. In Toronto. His wife iihe in the Recital will b, Mi • %  • % %  Y daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Slnnley Thompeuii. J. t Gulston nr 1 .in'tor, ubtainexl It.rough ln,fter six years' corresioiidcnee. Every stranger in Ct hi suspect.xl of being %  n old comrade of the ring, and 1Ihe a ..( Mr Wretch ringn hot huaiMiml's appeal to her When The Three Ilorarrios hung by their teth from the cliandeliar m ihe Bul: %  %  > %  krre, try to forget that you trOT! Bella 7d>ouia." in l actaon bog X has been placed In Iront .t 1 piece of M'uijuunin the Tntg ao thai daona arfao like %  on td.11 rg ptoasal in a practarnl nuttUarl A practical n.Mimer of affstn %  of the work are %  one's fan 1 •1 various gall, I Oh at one of thoae bits > hung his head "I had a real cdhh, -ir. 1 be said, "but it 'i by my housemaster Cnnnsc.ited. you mean," said the (' tr. for a job he had in hand 'I thought cheating at cards wag his mam Job." muttered ihe headmaster sareaatlrAllv -So It is," eaid the bor "but h v ha s to have a sideline. ah*, like i\-.rv,ne clae "And what is your ld-II • MIV |,nv" Stealing fl-h What an mid occupation "agj dag owns n chain of Bahahops. -Ir %  'Ah. I see %  %  .1 .... iiar. 1 i. trail. .Ariii>-• wofUi> li tour ,<( Ih. 7iif r*ln-M.. 11.11 idUltT< %  inrlil uptiir |"d unlfif I'tlMIr limp 1*1 treN -i i. UM %  • ,r..rrt)-vo.h fr.iui ana ,.|h*r pUnrlt Oil—lath lluatotl i*inm.i ,tf U i le I". .orird niiciILiw io„ a • is lubalanUal i i haepiri 01 lr> Had? jUNg ft •• jiLr n lOsaaat aateeaees ha awt-aUaau ,..-.! i.. mil (r i mr-"'-" riUatl ieiMi-i. (kHimih and -•Wi %  • %  i i %  m #-..< %  .% *s a —liiraa ai v • aat I I JUST row YOU SPA HORNET ROCK ISLAND TRAIL i I Tomato I Who!, v. HAUNTED HARBOR OMaang T nil rim-. i if gOXT HAUNTED HARiOR • tnma rAia and i r \ir 01 nil -::;.Miwvtr Hair • .„-, Ti-no..*., .1 %  il ,. %  .. ,i n.. ,i • .:.ii* (Ma %  ROYAL 4* iPh 4084 MISK .i a • I UNDERSEA KINGDOM r-\ g CARIO %  %  •I HI V" K ft r,? a by Panama iinrift hi Trin ft ft Siirklliiji r & & A ft ft cm 'd.) at 3 CHEZ JEAN-PIERRE Win %  'Itn 'l li-i, i,.|< f I I ilMtl, WO*l ainrilnl Johnny Wksamuli nnatda J<,yrr %  fii'tir no . frea* Horn. lartl ie. Io aid Ihr loncly h idrrn. nr.l n'rl I oik r)H**tng* tii,i*-l M. .irilHW ''„.. d*v I ..1 %  %  lo UM Infant r.nd <>r *nrld peaci -I rn MMI a i I leral ro >o ra.i %  •amli..f noa %  p*\ i-t ..* i* i •• h> BIIV nl MU khM ran rhurea ar-.. oi Mima fi i. Miiisr-i. •>.ii>ii gaa %  niioo a,.i IM n „!i iHofu H J largi '" %  %  hu laxnnabMi a-pl* bin i .i.,-i . %  > %  a i %  i. %  %  ,nd taatli %  ,ittri* runnii.j rlSiHiilh MI MKiy. iOM rMin a r. % % %  r>. Car %  % %  rial Ui spendlna %  • %  %  .-ii it.. b~ (or i.l he* liH ttpis 'I i. I\SI t* II %  p" ami MiM olt-tael mlhante* OBB'I rmi inn,. ,i.t-,i. -i haxw iaat -d< I I I 4 Chruams* iih aja lrmpoi.,1 mn>ui I*SI in n i. naai t Aaauiktu Vmir UIMIH. IOH •n^MKnni ol acUo. >nd IM %  .afcti..-rtra* (or *KH h.allh >d B | i. ilmt n'Bi'l Misiaas*, iiaai tin H H ai*Bii %  n.. N. p un %  • .ml) adviw* ii.odarauon ta .rxftotenttai rhalUel !>•' -m "" *> ..!,' %  %  I %  VOU mKN TtiUAV mn %iw4l, (Wpcneakl* in rhaiari.r mar W judssxl MfaMHi n*> %  •il"•' ln#. *>n' dC Pti v !" .)•% whate.i.4 in ur a final aSetoaa i fKlna* Kt> Don! ba ,.\a>TBH:ll<* Snuk BN i,.|iii ..il IXB\ .luih lot fuidane* niMhg.tr e( ! %  %  rj r, .iniipi ol thr Hor>t^' 4 the Jr%i \l,,ith. AmMd Kn* I-M-I nrlUr \ Ml Hilt WIV, ilium f%  O H %  TODAY 430 A 8.S0 I'M. IAgT SHOWS PINKI aaaaj NO WAI win IOSH.III XMA* SVi MIRMil IOC 41 IALIM OS I'lNltl IB* IHm % %  IMIMi FAB*. "IKE %  PRI!E • airrs KM o.. to ymi. J, Tkkcl. ami Win-3 WHIST WATCHES n*. u, nm m fg*g++*tom OM ON, m H li i iir.,^, Drink. TALENT CONTESTANTS SAK" M MU1RAY .,..,1,,, nill\-E MANN ,„,,„„ CARL IIEST .ui K in| 1 HE GlilFriTH I1IIOS. .II.K.I.U KEITH SEAi.EY .,„„„, *'"* "ASH. CAlJ.fNDAR .Ingln, "Ntvtr'Thw'll IV No Tomonow' "KIM ot Plrr' "Rwl R.var Valley" "Silent Nighl" 'Don'l Blame \w 1.^011, vn.j.trtUAh vinrfini: "Unn't Pis !" .. IL, PIT 15 HOUSE 36 BAL. 48 ii.-....ad., n% l tmmmt* OLD YEAR FESTIVITIES AT The Barbados Aquatic Club . %  ,I brluiin T and 9 p.m. IIM.'IIIIH I 3UI) mill KI.511 Very Special Menu. • MEMBERS arc asked kindly to make Ihen lta.nn lions as early ai, posaible. Dial 4461. DANCING Iron. p.m. Mo.i, bv Mr. ( I'RWKN and InOrehenlra. Spiil Wall/. Slalue Dane, and Rallnn Dance, lor which Prlres will be given; alto DOUR PRIZE Io Ihe holder ol Ihe l.uckv Tickel. ATTRACTIVE BALLHOM DECORATIONS Admission Io Ballroom il ^ Vmry 1IU* rr ., (hr„l„,„ t .. •T" W I'alrow* PLAZA llll tlltIS aiaiaf . %  ; %  //. nr.ystKt. nr SBKVtm tin \X\T VMM """ x ~" r 'ii'i-i~— l>' tmlH <.... i BAUMtEE> IM.,1 .-.ITIII MMWI ai PaMl), OMRM (VW 84.41 Ttl-llO' to FKIDAV a. 10 P.M. Mallnee rmll \v 4.41 p m i. T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)



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WKliM >HAY, HI %  I H ill li .1 HEN IIAKIIAIIo* \D\IK Wl TAG! NINI BY CARL ANDERSON •Qj FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN 'iTRANKS a GEORGE DAVIES RIP KIRBY BY AL£X RAYMOND : • :-C5fi Af r,MT -i %  HJf T COWfi O-T RY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES I CANT TAKE A ICKAMtt-ULHAV: -----r' '/*~\ g^ BEWARE OF "AS GOOD AT A FEW CENTS MORE" OILS • • CASTROL" mm OILS ARE THE LEAST EXPENSIVE MOTOR OILS IN BARBADOS BUT THE MASTERPIECE IN OILS YOUR LAST CHANCE OF THESE I TEMS B EFORE XMAS SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY AI ALL BRANCHES Usually HHIt t uKll\ UIUN HIM HRANUV — IK KIM HAMS rid at. Ilm I Wl \ RIM UTS RllfllN Moil M l.iniiinl tfu.mtu. Hit III.I I s TAPCSTR1 I \< Mil < II \( Kl K* In. I "OTA Tilth—tlba. for: \!*!*iRTFII BAllOONS 411 *.*• I 7. >l.4 .1 :n 7.M l.sa 1 4 If . %  %  I.M l '-•• l.w . %  SI I.TANAR :,l (TRUANTS .44 PRUNE* .78 NIAGARA SORRI I — Per Bol. .1* Ittun PRODUCTS GOYA nooDcn PONDS PRODUCTS l> V SCOTT & Co.. I.Hi at ill Hi .in. In extend In all A \ TRY HAPPY XMAS D.A*, SCOTT CcjUtd. Broad Street New in Barbados but-very old in Holland MILL BEER from 700 years old KLAVER BREWERY MILL-ions drink MILL beer x X X x x x X X i x X £ X X X X X X X X X X X .-. X I X £ X X X £ X X X X I --. X X X May this b_ a reality while we wish oui many Customers and lends a . .-. ^*r Very Wappy Christmas ADVOCATE STATIONERY STORES X >*i*3W.*\a8M*WvSMV5MMM*^^



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WEDNESDAY, l.iMMiiilt 24 \m IIAKHAIMK IDVOCATE Teachers Will Hold Talks On Problems Of Teaching English vi in is 1111 r IIIAI 1 H \ PS ARRA v ;*iKMKNT^ I .,-.. %  bwn completed for the two dav conference on tl" I .ini Teachers it: S.iondai\ S Mi Jaiiuarv. 1953. Mr. Val Met —• the Association told the 'Ad .. --,, % %  rday that Ihe COnfarat \\ *-iiii'iit Iiiiswl was orlginallv scheduled foe the VUHU1 %  IIH 1 15th and 16th January. 1953. but ,-, i ~. .. when it was realiwd 'hat the L-.| S I "I I 111 tr a>m*nlary Schools would reopen %  '" OHillllle on the 13th. the Steering Commit* tee hail been forced to fix the new A line of SO to be paid m dates The Headmaster and the >i day* or one month* impmOoverning Body of Con h nard ralwur was School have flvcn permission to ywURtay imposed on 36-ycar-old Verona Collins 0(1 Michael who m found U..I .he mch • i, thr kindred MlbUjcU U Worthlp nndnrv School. bramlnl Mr G B Gnm,h %  I iitiliirM H Ua MnWwy toidUM .. Inability of th.i. pupUa lo tprak .h corrcc-.iyor expra*. 1Mb id> s „ n s „„., „„ ,, WM ^.„ ktll and took OUT UH iag^LiUTmoSrt; the Secondary S ^ftJ^J* role 10 UM education of UM child was co„ %  with their coU< i| Ihe Primary %  MOpur by HU Worship \I %  the School Hall. Referring to the object* ol I confert-ncv Mr McConue *aid Schools. That i why an invitation wan being ex:, i all teachers in the Primary School* to participate hi this conference Fm it araa ol the best wav of tackling this or any other common problem was by cohesive action by all the component parts of the Educational machine Director Will Open The Director of Education ha agreed to open the G and it la hoped that there will be with ciTW ting a satisfactory turn out of teachers. Mr. MvComie pointed I "A." found gullt> i-mguage on I Road, on I: W Km: prosecu:Pollca. Pl'BUC MISCHIEF tiriffith of Chaaa Land. %  %  H V. | \1 mth charged by the Police public mischief The case was aded until Dec. 30. s: i Springer is conducting the rase for the Police. Installations At out that it nmjhl be argued that the programme envisaged was somewhat heavy The intention, however, was to cover as wide n field as possible h> Indicate the magnitude of tha problem. Then subsequently, each *-. ., aspect of the problem could be OOlV/Vl/W/i f UOU8€ discussed at length by either of the two Associations of Teachers. THE legislative Council ywterHe hoped that anv recommendoday passed a Resolution for $4.2ii lions which might result from the to provide for Electrical conference would be favourably Uona at Governm received by the Education AuThe addendum to the Resolution thoritles with %  vi'w to irr.:iiestates thai tha Qovarnmani I %  • %  mooting them. I Inapa tor has raporb The provisional programme I* Ihe •Metrical InStallatlOfM at Govas follow crnment House are in a vary Firit Dav dangerou* condition thereby cre930 am -9 45 am*. — Opening *%&• %  *"" fl of the Conference. (1) 9.45 a.m.—11.IS a. Content of English Teaching". (2) 11.45 B.m—1 15 p.m.—"The Problem of the Urn.:i background." (S) 3.00 p.m.—430 p.m.—"Oral Training Prose and Dri Second Dai 9.30 am 11 18 a m.—"The Teaching of IJ tern Hire.'' (2) 1145 am—1.13 p.m.—"The Question of Grammar". (3) 2.30 p.m.—4 00 p.m.—Final Session. Reports of Cha' -nendations. The Qoverninenl Eli i "The M""*" 1 '"" : -'I that the InataUatutu ba raoawad and re-arranged at an 14.200. The Ai i s crater? who introduced the passing of the Resolution said that another reason why there was some Mad t< I jrgency in It* nstttef Of fixing the installations was because of the expected visit of Hi incaaa Royal early next year. IIH/II OS I I djouffli>(f Until Jan. 3 Hi H Acting r i of Di\' %  :crday adjourned until Jan. 3 the inqukirroundlnc the death of 39-year-old Rita %  '' Harris was detained at the Oaneral Hoapltal on! nig from I 1 %  Dr, A. s Catc who i %  %  %  : %  I and Josephine to !iim. I %  IWek, hack Bl ach. The %  His Worship to] i tba i jury that lie hid been that content* of the lamp which caused the Dl to the GOT Analyst f could not proce: %  port of |] nil l ra UPOBT1 D ii %  ported to that a of COppar value.! at S4. e 0 was stolen fion, I donee sometime oh Dec. 20. Bank Hail. %  % %  louse wa i entered sometime on Dec. 20 and articles JIM of $20 an v n HUI %  %  1 a.m. and 7 pin. on %  tha amount of sir. stolen. %  %  %  f $3a was s 1 her hoii %  7.15 p.m. and 7 30 \tu i %  %  %  which the na id yard on the nig'-' %  town, II a Pl . .. %  Heating all if UMM i YKSTKRDAY Scout* asatlttd U." Polic* IB ig grei at one time beIhe '• aPti i n %  %  dai A ui lg i ;rit. There *nmp graai %  I : I hoppei i mi tec. THREE MOIVJR VESSELS arrived in Csrl i I lay nvorning and cot ad tha)actlvtt) •I.I v iterfronl The tii i itlu,. star unilct BO O IUO.M). Cai :n J t' and the Maaafci %  tou.ka Mental Health Vri Amended 27 CHOIRS ENTERED FOR COMPETITION si Bin i >\ s CHOIR ui tea I impetiUo %  : %  %  %  Itlon. Baltopla %  !..! %  L km Na %  • amon %  i rin' i>i. 'i i sau.oo. : Sing (ha Dirth waa n ii arwa ^ l %  %  %  I HI .... N %  Tha Blaa ^t.i from N i Ihe iiin.t %  II i mi MIR i... %  %  1 vlaloi Scrwonar Franaitn II.R which at at i tity of ll p tinted I %  'A \ %  | | the Mill i %  %  .... % %  '"fins fi. I . (V thai all poasihl %  OVEN FRESH SEK VICE Snjoy a Crispy Christmas vrr OU8P on pravious occasions at the B.T.C. races. Second prize, n frigldaire. wa* won by Mr. Cecil Edwards of Hastings. Christ Church, holder of ticket No. B 04.*.7. Bd lhat after buylnj a tow tickets he forgot about tini iflte. He saw his number i*i the Artr • terday. The other winners were as follows: Third prize, a radiogram, won bv 'Edmund Brathwalte, holder of ticket No. M 2100. Fourth Drize. a sewing machltt P. E. Burke of Barclay's Bank, holder of ticket No. O 1145 Fi'th prize, a hlcycle. Won DV R. Hntd-r of McClean's Gap. Button's Hill, holder of ticket No. R 1450. Ten cash or lies of SAO each were won by Hutaon Chandler of Brlle Factory, holdrr of ticket No B 4S6S. CoTleen Martin of 3812 La Salle. Montreal. Canada, holder of tlckat No 0 MSI I A B Brownslow, Black Rock, holder of ticket No. B 2303. E. E. Green of the Barbados General I ItHIIVIS I All %  %  • 01 M I U i BT1 I • %  llI It %  %  ie h alaff %  MING aUXJ i> I \.< • Areh aaatoa %  % % %  \i. i .. %  Ic ther rh d to pn ram any pwasiII-II tin i. for.%  | %  ,• rela %  | Thn I Olrccl %  %  mtl orlt) i.. lha %  %  (tftei/ i ompanj luwaaagela %  A %  I %  III I I'M 11 IS ri iti iivn iti "•aahaur 1 11 in m. Joy" "Mnmeiit lliipiem "Blniillai~ %  "Ja R•vleIl % %  "TJlaaJ In Knit" I > W rll "BellodgU" l %  Fraai a Oao-Oai La Tabac I Ma Unit. "Oanata" "III' Utl-" "Tabu" '"Hi Ciiiatt" l>y Dana lior" In-.MI,.. i %  "My Sin" %  HcaiKtal\ M %  I • %  Chanel No. 5 KNIGHT'S LTD. Natives Quit Rod Organisation* MRS LEOTTA HOWELL won the car raffled in aid of the Barbados pictured above beside th car after receiving the wltch key from the holder of -i.k.i NO, It iW7 C. T Browne of R. holder of ticket No. O 1316, f V/ard of Pilgrim Land. ChristChurch, boldar of 1 M 1001, E. U Fltapatrlcfc of Grand . I ail —i r T.CJL Additional i'lighl bvtayvd Tf.A | .fit from %  %  due to am %  day morning waa alfnoat %  The aim it] I M tigers who bad to tt Toronto b I III %  I I a H H 1 %  %  %  %  liVSMST HA at & %  & To All Our Friends and Customers WE TKNDKR OCR BEST THANKS FOR YOIR HlllSllMIH' AND I'ATRONACK DUBDtO l.'.2 AMI IN ALL SIM K.RITV WE WISH YOU ft I 1 1 1 1 8. & & i A JOYOUS CHRISTMAS A.Nil A HAPPY & PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR C. F. HARRISON & CO. (BARBADOS) LTD. A lull runi:e now in Slork %  — ah* — I ( UK K H I III IIS \TI II TANS. g CSLLULOID KIM.11. Srlril Mrl] (r.nii ... II. JASON JOMS k (0.. 1.11). %  AGENTS %  %  : %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  % % % % % % % % % 



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•m.lsl>\y 111 I Mliri; I IM I. IKII \lili-. \ll\lll I I I I'll.) EVEN Inaugural Meeting Of St. Michael-East Boy Scouts' Local Association Ha INAUGURAL MEETING of v, Si tuta Local AawOCiattOB was held m the Hall of Monday, December 15th. at 5 p.m. i UH 'Mr. L. A. Harriaon) for the St wall attended by r" EEEw the district, parents of Scouts. Patrol Leaders. Commis^ %  niH'is and other prominent citizens connected with the ^^ %  cout Movement. B r.iv ut UM rtewl, elected most urEEEfstaii' .:ly ajfainsl lallinu oft in cflorti. Ef> Assistant Injefeel and enthusiasm when %  bt.ii i an mlnlonci for Wnii Unnsji be* and huni%  ^ %  M: Mr. Aubrey DougUs-Smr.h. Jrum. Hi iH.ued that they would BJiC : itkCOOOnue with the same %  S I l\ Glmdon Reed. asm jnd make the new Assort? v W H UOO a live part of the Scout Cm B idfl SecMovi %  S id J. C. Hammond. Thi* was followed by a short [ ilm Show kindly presented ~Ma'<>ii imasler of through the courtesy of the BritBfcilHi: A H, leh Council Representative a Her 'Wh'.ii'h there was a meeting of the EEfr of il v u r \ ind Cap) CommitEEf A. Senly. Assistant Commistec. siot Scout Week IMaimed E %  %  %  %  r the Vary it bag bean ;.ir;mged that the ? wbp wee* iieKinmni, Saturday. 3rd indisposed, the Reverend H J..I t >. rdajr, loth A ill b,devoted to Intersil patrol and Inter-troop I : ; s. .:.. • i \ iistani ; ; ,. : | ( ;... ;i ,.. unoof lbs row the sub-area ui l-tnd grounds of Combermere ng to influenza risen Collaaa. The Baal day, %  o %  %  imh will ba an y< atari of the : %  \ I %  • .mil il.. \i:w IISIIIM. mm .k., : ., %  . %  fcf SLawEEjESJI^Va^ %  %  / Srft a -; : ^.rks*-^ Burnt Bout Is Being Replaced "Ooitnaits MR JOHN GRIFFITH Is Bt. Lucy. Thi wM rcpla. Beptembrr mt ajaj u a ii nil i lb* one which was d ft rayed by Bre in c NOTICE TO SCOUTERS II u hereby mititled per HMM n.iucri.e-1 III. I the 1 btMMU IOCI M"'-"'I >>. -v.iurda> ITth Inaunt ,MII l.kr place at lUrtntini uiiaicr. st. Qaarg*, from i lo b o.m. Ilrca*: Louiutc. boal Baby Boy,' b) Are at Cral H1U .7. u now %  ) bet ownai Mi R a name her Baby Boy". That name QrtflHb t.l.H il. lo makr i lu> n*rej iKi.it with Iht ru ui n M i front taad wbleh was opened i" UH I \ %  %  iiat.afl %  v handed ovee to I %  and he ti lure Th,II. N00. lertal .. nl fm labour c.-.i perl ol fl .ui I jrn workinB on | tout being Ha hopaa t. launch his new boat sometime In Frt next year. Mr. OrlAth trarmarl] another fishing hoal naoaad %  South In 1950. Today he has a To pro\.h. Iconfew small boatand the ,„ %  IM,set out from :^i m r^^:, !^*'./Vr'LSixty-two Days At Sea In Rubber Dingh> Hal % IriMii pcr 1. in 111,.,1 .,'.''..'.'"," I,I has written i,.n' !nd h ^ pi"S.;. nhowMncM>exiit j v Pwni ui IHST'TS will I* Crapflr, al 30 „ ,„. '" — '* To prove his JV•iviii,-. tneory, he sei out Irom 17z£z* u Patnl l,i„l,„ (.,, I„;„l„., Kranee on M.iv SB On S & ':.',:^^X On Thursday artrrnoan, Hlh a Ti .iii.,j!l.,iili,Voyage Prloi %  %  •• in. '"' •* the Km %  "'••' vcuel and lh,. „• %  :, era and seconds ncm their Christ, „. Kni: ; h va .1 ss Vr.k IWnv ~> •T.r!-To t .-.i,„ .1 Comber. Il h Channel in one ,.f the ,,,. t n j. oaiiy Man eompeutiou A-. k ..i.. .. k ';',, u ;;; Front Monaea he visiled Student /Leaves /'or Holiday and Scout* ,. CommUPoUovWa, > Aon talk on Th. there on June II. He urai „ „ "~Jj. ,m „'" ,', '",'., M", p r '"%  '' :,,..,• %  I hi. Patrol" by set out for Tangier and reach%  TI ,.,: ,' ", '' %  •ir,„ t! ,„, ( %  „,. be AKMam: Commi.sionr,. which .j ., ,„, 1..1,. •. K .. %  ,,, ii,,i Vincent on Moni. .in,,,,.n.i ,,.Y' '";"„."." J '"> 2B B V ', u r ". ,,,, ,,1'' ,, :'„,,,. BOAii August 20 he was in Can'„„„'',,, ,,, VM.A irerejerved. It wa. then resolved hlauea and he amvetie BHI81 *rarh by a schedule Ra Lwiad, MTOta and ST, MKIIALL-SOUTH I..A. *" l ' Unejul. Dr. Rombord i i n. t //I 7/lf* I.VkTisltltivi' because they i "" %  %  ers Han.ii by Imperial | %  : every 5.000 head i'd --„ % %  n '•', -"•"" :'url^lr-' r£ Council Y^terfay 35.i2.5h, oua*.l lobes. %  | .. '>"' "inn Di Rombord sighted inflated boat. ...>. ui. .... ...nhs. As ber. M.n MM,,, Pmnt I.iuhthuusc. 1>r it..tnli.>T baach i wnttan." lie ., j j and the Police were summon.d that i ^a. i.1. i_ i a. A ..It **JH hn Of IkTMrtmriii n( r.l.u.fa.,, '* %  %  % %  I'-Si Hull,*.. Ihe.' .1 irtlJiiliiin h pitiiwatd You say no mort for the GREATER EXPERIENCE ll'lll'.IM U| lilt 'I .'i '"un.v I First Sea Scouts) as Chairman tf i Ri ad f the Ind In %  M %  n Sea S • -...•..*..... i. Iah %  i l> .. an.1.. 4km he stated thai nan esuld Uee thoui rreah f I an I Bad i %  have proved It How do I look? i) i %  < i look quite health] and well", he .. thai hii din] I %  %  i im im: ,K in knol-tv.iiK and signalwife and three tact the SUnllanda .;', S makinc Ihe crossinn f>r. r Ifombard covered about 3.IIMI mile.-. If In h.i I %  IIVIHK when he The P.L's then discussed UM CTOB i"Programme and activities which about 2.700 miles. ,* m such a are catt ied out in their Troops. On BITil iwn yealliiit he values knowledge ie cruitment and subscription* tthinnsDr Bombord l reward*, l&a T -.v.. PI.s demonstrated Patroldid were lo send a eal ,he ;"% .,. the ptiie, and Uie r;i j, th. eommunip ung, laUail %  \i IK, itn lApplxatlwi ( %  > ISH %  %  %  Spt*dHnulalloiii > HrM.l .1 lor i Hrl i IIW MrnUI M..IO> A.I 11WI Tw Coumil ..Ij.-uin*., %  • |a> a rin %  i-l-et. -i.h.,1 airji <.th„ fta Ogai i .twill of Uip ChrliUiv- ataiom. Mi HIS own comfort and ad<||KIST>1.\S OBEETINOS Nimpli KmM U ^. ..,,-„. The Assistant Commissioner Barbados >n dock. Before lea Durliu %  ,h „.!; ex*me fl ' i ppolaon an ti ..tion and to Scout Movement in the sub-area. 3rd Hridtielown Cathedral Qroop On Friday aftemoo A DC Mr, : rlson. paid a visit to the 3rd n Cathedral Group wi in ra he met the scouts in mal ail> ..ftei .lie: — .• and C'hariman: i c Hammond, M A, M i C. Noott 1 1 | and Dean HaielMr. F. M Hony, Treasurar; Mr. M. I Phillips. _. Honj Audit M lunniK up for a \ B H. well. area Inter-ifroup competition i ii.mittec: Scouter*. which takes place from January G. H BrathwaKe. Coats Ird to 10th. i53. He was lmG R. SpenceT and pressed with what he saw. and showed his enthusiasm by demoni-.mmittees: atra^ng the Knem n's lafl" to %  a. J. Cflopi'. W. A. Ahrathe boys who in turn practised It. would Hut one thing I far, ,v repaii kitto the lay member* of the Local lands arr., However, hers of the doe tor Christmas, Mr. Mainland nnmhnr l You just made II Dr During the trio he caUBnl ^ rvcr ."""n thr plenty offish. aomeUmea mon than -learnt no .a. he could use. Now he savs 'i -.P^tMh. nm llrrd „ r nsh r ,(,, n(ll „„. %  I %  %  %  i '' %  %  "I wa" tired'' he laid, tml fan. ) I , chicken and rlM I shall MM Mh Mrs. Staniland to cook this T"r I rrant. • i ntng he iked meal b % %  da) on rrruil. It was I.. bread hot i offei grapeball '',nt .out .ii^.ut ., bottle %  '< lain, r away foo>t I Ha drank and soioked and wai ppraciati iM %  happy mood with I rett IMi % %  II. ,i. %  Mad I not awl iheiii m Barbados i do imt bo aa t" as in mail know whal I would bam united There no Ha qulekl> ehangad ovei from i i %  %  !.. | rovktod bs in Enitltsh yachl Mr, Staniland but lief ore the N*mph <: ,le. sod Ii by Mr. la Id Payne M said that the 1,£ dangerous but very useful H will now le abl" to help others by hii experience, but he will not •< %  lome throuah such an experience ,cheers were fllven fir him and the %  Those receivi M Blartrrnan tolnad -When a scout wears a parade dlariuiaad. !" 1 ?L,f ffil he said, "he must be pi Arthur fc-outer Mr. G. B. pared, al any time to carry out tit y Kumeli-m^ !"!" I W Allen. Opn ri taken bj %  II A c, s M. to ask him lo present both Pilgrim, L A. Lynch, L. c. Quinprol I i.d A. A Durant. t,, those boy* who earned them. \ Chairman: Major C. in doine this he pointed out to %  ! them that a hadec was not only ind Scout f ( r the pur. '" %  ". hut indicated a standard to be tflcto: %  Mr. G. R. pared ,r SOJ luam M> V.... ->** "'--• n ..T" .Vt. Ui.lersl an. n _., h .. I immediately and G.i->dman (Despal ch Rid*"'" !" ad look opi•'..-. lo lOHnrl and Us Ideal., three (Second Clam—en a !? a a a a a a a a a %  a a a • %  • • • %  v a I %  i I 3 ./( ailaem ./in Cars! *PAA hSefi one reason why thli airline hat been "flnrt choice" of inlernotlonal travelers for nearly • quarter of a century. NEW YORK Non .too srdN ly ''" hnn T.I I'rwlilanl* or via Sanluan Irv popular, money-saving "Fi Turlita EUROPE a ilar larvice by giant .IMII'II*'sd Mrato" i:l.|i*ii*-orldi (.•-•• %  ullnxi lo raitS, ftOBaS. Ea)ov ittpoveni in BihriaM, IreWD,I TAA i iippm al*0 B, lo Imiia and tha Orlanl Venezuela Fit %  %  %  Highli to all main cities by nrlft Ceovtli type Clippers. Taj su now ~fly PAA" almoi' anywhet* a> % %  Skin, lea-and healths II H M >n'iple t. uw Alter Mashing bjh.. i.l N I I 1 Hi Ii McnlhoUlum into the km and around the legs I hi* fnlBga aii>) v,>inliK> ihe skin and ptcvcnlv BJM dMwSl B.hics loit Ihe soothing, cooling clfcct of Mcotholaluni '. Quick get a tar oi im to-day. It is the Baasj Rnh over -nad,JUST RUB IT ON Uidt Only By Till '.Irnlnolttum Co. ltd., Ittt. laaS'Sloutn. Eotlind. MENTHOLATUM SMtfklty bitml, ti patiently aged OLD M A NGUS ^ SCOTCH WHISKY I Inilmiie of fiinnuissrttrs ..... p l0 NOON O'WS'aUIO'l MMHN DOO'I' t <0 till. iAASADO. I W I On sale Bl M\R1IN DOORL1 <>. lilt. iWSi3l3S4*Si4MaSl43VI3' j5 | CONCRETE PRODUCTS Ltd. \ 2 Tli.tnk tlu-ir many linn,I. and CUatomtn R Iht H BJ ...i %  | % %  ..'. %  a I a a a A Happy Christmas and A Prosperous New Yeur & I I I I iVJISiSltJISlSiiSiSVSiSiSiSMMMiSWiS'SiaH'SiS 1 ^ a a a a a a a a a a PAN AIMER [CAN \ 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. 'The BOVBB 7.V u car uith those hidden values C".|ltlj| til pleasurable motoring. ..." Smooth IC nl i ii:I in m.n II I., 11Intrrior Luxurious Comlorl I i oiioiiiii ..1 lt'J////l t/NH tl V Da CM*> a Ba. ua. tr.aal lt.Ml trWIaaio-a M 1113 AlHi b.i.nan ha.il IMS) 'SAe Barbados ^Mutual £ife Assurance Society KXTKNDS TO Al.l. IIKAHTV (MHISTM.IS OBBBIINOS — and — III.ST WISIIKS — Kur Ihe — Nl;\V YIAK a .%. IK .•; & & & & IMi33M3MWwiMM333333iSS33i3Vl3*333M^ All these are points worth noting when considering purchasing u car ahove average; a car that will serve you far into Ihe (ulure .... Lm~wa Tough! Compact: llnill lor hard labour on road and in firld ... The l.and-Kver is a Trarlor, Dalrran ..r Towfakl ffafoa, Mobil.Power Plant in one REDMAN & TAYLORS GARAGE LTD. 1 ^?*33343333.MISiMSi3333 Could we forge il in slrongest steel mil shape it to our any wish, no t>rectin,,s more sin gam for A — ,iMSSu*;M i ..; a x & 3. a a a a %  %  a a v, I a a a a a a I r;fwfifwnmififfifififwfiH^p?.yifif'f'fsft^ and Prosperous SVCK) ^ear I Ii. Hii -li.ul.is I' art I. III. a 5



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P.M.I. 1WO liAKIlAIM.-. ,l>VOlATI U.I.MMHV DICt.MHMt 21 l*H \CoJtib C<*Um How Dark Would You ii %  H i 11 v |' n VWi* Army H< %  tttirtxiifinn* On tfuliilu\ home Iron Canada %  ... II. ,i QIW i,i WorHUM % %  % %  Of F.Iride.' Fifth AW I %  M.IM.I I in Fore**.I I .iHlrtiH'tl -.| !. apenil holiday w Ml and Iheir Km .lohii Mr. II MitiiKJUK tind COj, Sli Anvn'o ol Fi.r;e- iMn % %  Company in thfl l s A Baton 'II Listening flours Make The Xmas Pudding'."~ v """ "*'"! i i.Mja ntl \N*n I I M I MM n.i'M ri IHUM. / \1". \H-M u i:i vt i F,,. • %  poonful Hullo 1 lo Flour : li-. Susai ; lot suar; 2 tablespoon luls of Whil.' I dMd pwl lb. Sultana ' .vine or Mai-wls I liqueur glasa io. Lu yolk* 3. Ka> *. *% tea-' <-r ""*> %  naj powder Wh.le of la* Mi p. jutfpjii *>*d P ,alk ii i %  * IN I Wurk MI. i.uv. M B*r ann bowl wiin a WOBUCII ..poori Add wine or Maiwla A4d ine Uqueu' •u*at. the ea*, the tV. >la of rum ol Uu tad Pin "'" laureean In %  bi*r saucepan .,1,1am. hot water. Put. ..v.ivthinaj on the Are beating th > •vhip The e will Ant become ltoth> RED HAND be aoft mid smooth and smooth lake off When Are I I NT! J it w i HERE I> Di Olaln Lout* Bemhord wl day on a rnlibrr dingby Tim pn-tnrr baferc he alUnptrd lhr Atlaiituero. M, Mantis*! /Inrnl \<\,i/,my 41 Ihi>/u i ,11,1 \ NOVI ... .(ornli an now ii bit ion U In be -tafed at ine three week* holiday. The. kluanun. td OB r'nda, l ( H.W.I.A and Sunday llth Jartuai ampanawj aoni David ,md arrived in Barhadoya-ter %  a* taken at La. Pabnaa jaat tn to BarhadoAt left i* Hi-lm-,1 Wuitufu, tun i M H AND MRS. W K ROSINBERRY tab* Oaklai i Bat th •-he for l %  JUbtb of the MiiaeurnV %  Barbodoi . run in, h %  Trinidad of .i PSoral bl then arranaantanti b) Hiehard. rs W H| mi two Mr. Roaenberry liallerlee Floral manufacturer Thiboon iuKhi> MII io the island. I* a retired ; hi* first vill M" Amy Chmmgi" GOLD ..r h|aajlMi|aa> I York who |a In the leal late hitsin.'vnrrived hen %  %  bOUl UM rii (i.-lri rho lefi ihe US A {'ii— week. am,, plans to spend "' n Ihl in !' %  We-.t Indies. ti >m ttarhadin h.will of (paBtl n to Granada after whih, uii! in.ke BtofM nt wime of the <.iher Ha i-. n i:u< %  • i \%  %  Hotnl r-l.,t. Ihril-r AND MRS. LEONARD I -' %  KENT of Grenada, relumed relatm* la Uk • id. inchkllni (tamlture, i i • I Ulllmjt lf'-r Wnlkvr M Rfl hfXTA YEARWOOD, ol %  | Mile lllll. return.-! \ n MondBl \'l :l. X ** I WONDERFUL OFFER All rings. Compacts, identity Bracelets. Cigarette Cases etc.. bought from us will be home on Mntidav after ^ne-tnl Hotel R E1 i \.\ I K ,ropi md Eunon Crei i.ut. Chrixlmw Hitliifnv A HKIVINC on Sund-i It W I A. fi r %  h ,, gi pati MAJOK M W. I'l %  i r.; TIM{H\ piNCIIAIM'I.MliAS %  MEW Edward Huifturk To tUmmUi Also leaving bar taai pome alrI | wan Mi Bi i i G. I) 8 o DII.E. (l -,r Bayloyi st itniui who -ilfih bulhd v •, las \f' "•" MBS T "'" %  tatasnwn and fornw iE who were holidayim* here in Adminlatratoi ol SI Vln anl | i foi ban waok ilalor (' % % % %  %  to i iada yestarda) ev< %  i muni T( A. hU way out at Duftqu i Hajoi A. R !rl' in ad I . ol Gleii%  illaiir. %  ri i I P.MAI. SI. V.UA "MI\ %  . night i > i i'. i: I\ M w I A. from Tri ad t !'( % %  > i v,ii Cruwford, Aaalalant he BI % %  ; %  %  I hie haa come ovor foi Short \'i*it 'hi(-hrlstmai holiday* whteh he |?i !_ %  ?j TAY1X1K of "pending with rOUtiVM Bl Peg„ ,. .,. Hi, OHM Church. ,. „idad i> t w i A l.n*t Were /. )ram \go A^" spending a holiday in i\ Quadolo'ii %  Mr and Mr*. Smith of New York M' aolrvoi r i fioiii Pi ,, ,,. Mi t % %  tb ret u rued Nan oppn The Major hirnM-If. though ItoUtodhai lo^nona gm fi jg^^ ,^ wlf w %  rlv.^1 bet.oti Mondny ihwnoon l>> n W l A. .ind ft* I •' .Inrtnr llolrl. ri who WD ! %  In nnrbftClat liftren year* ago. i% Prwl.Irr.l ol F.nint<.rln Sperlliltln Co bulldMH of morh.-oil"! m..titnrrv in New York Cant Hvrilul >lua win -1 ;j OMM III %  s J hn mrh ..I I ,,rk. In HU A,. • I'MTls,,„l..>. lVt.-mb.r2B f M. ., W Crolhon S.,mr of thr arll.1 tt*ini w' j —in %  """ "^* w i TRY SISCOLIN DISTEMPER pow d r \ mm \IIK\.IIVI cawon: .... Or,.... Blur. Bhllr. %  %  %  ..* %  J EL in .<>Hl %  ' "'' "' OK ;'. FLAT OIL PAINT yolk*, the BW. the auMna, Ucandied peel and tm.iil> th< puicl of salt and the baking powder Then add the white* of ega> which oeaten unid utin* Duller i Bg bai.i m ih. oven lor thaj cam If -on pint youi linger on the •top and ii make* a nolae as If frying it ia not laady a* ttkafB l> ,tll humidity In It. You can steep the sultana and the candied peel in a bit of rum before adding In the mixture Pl.t M PriHHNG | baas nuet l V lb. Dread l the inside of a butter loall 1. riooi I Iti ASBlaB, 'i lb. Raisins and curranu 1 lb. t'lo\i mar 1 lb. . or Cosnai: 1 Rlasa; B^J a luafi Half an orange Put In a big mixing bow ttread. the floor, the apple* (peeled and minced) the rai-i"and the \ currants, the eandied peel, thr ground cinnamon, the sugar, the apices, the eggs, 1 glaw el Rum 14 Cogna. the |un. of half a lime and half an orange. You muft %  teep ihe apples, the ralatns and the currants and the eandied peel In rum at least for an houi befon mixing. Take a pudding ter It and flour It and |>ou> the minium in the icntre Cle*a EM cloth, tie | *trtng ..round it and give It the nhape of a ball. Put the pudding IB 'he dotJ) 111 boflfBi water and keep the wab i bmlmg for at least four hour.* Tnkr H then out nf the water, pour latM tuke-wnmi rngnm M Mini n \' and light it. Serve unit It is nice to nerve some rahaionf al rum with It teeaat. Ulilte. Green -lllM .1 i ROOF* BARBADOS RED Paint Ui % eallon and %  gallon tins V 1 |l >\r .I'll. k Wilkinson & Haynes Co.. Ltd. ; Note—He shall be CHWH> on Saturday. t7lh December. J Roast Suckling Pig%  %  a I a %  I %  I & & & & tf & MI'SK — hv Pnnamn iindS hi'. Tri.. %  are invited Io make CHEZ JEAN-PIERRE hold old %  .if.I, Kinch of Ihe Garrl-. ... the Recital will be Ml j Thompson, .'. F~ GUWOII and Ml"! A Toppln. O BY THE WAY... v fJaasHVnawtar Nrp .„„ , .....!, I In UM Mr WrHrt. now C.nnwnalion "' Vnrkorrr "Vhnnin.. li h '' ' "' "W"*' lo '"' r x,,.v ',. Wr h Man, Ift^TLfETSiS TO oO> *W Sm.1Sfnid "wilTWll U. %  ." ' %  '' "':;';. 'Y. l,Tv w'h"*.r&it'lng a to, nlh. I,.,,,,,. I %  i %  "• Utnm. un n , rt ," Mid In. h.dtr.a.. . IT. "that a gr.J>t overgrow., lo.lt rtW at Iniwt. to th. lik. you should wait, lime with of her .'.ih 'nunID IhtM %  Illy toys Such game* Srouth Ihe' honp ... %  ..."I" I "**? '""' •" ll "' %  Mi littl.. n..llou.p,The boy wbate£'.iult.u' "i. .. '. "I a liuna hi, head "I had a .el w* o. to Iwlan %  '"' ''•''" • i ".oi" lr.he .aid. "but I* sort r. !" v.. "IO* """' ke..,s .en by „„ hou.maale, .... II. a C.inlW.il.'d you mean,' said Ih \ .., ,i null". "Conll.. The Colonel re...U' II" .tn-a.1 n-uin ol lllDwllll lHWrrfhrvnl r for a job he had In hWfl tindel wli'-n 0. PaiurrMd hotta ol Ih. lot J thought .I'.Mtint ... ...i... .... lo and A.. .!...<' Ih. World .' m i"''. n..iite.e.i the toil; dlmtory obi.., %  '-And what n -,.i" .,,;". iv ;'.'" " I mi '•'!• ||, U mv kvarr. steallna n.h ,„ondonec Ev^, stranger la -.1 !,, • w'U an ...1.1 orru," ihe dUtrict M auapechU of la-ing which .'..' uahermg In m. Mv ,,,„ owrl „ ch ln „, „*. ..II old comrade of the ring, an.l iwn ..I .. new beaut. ahopa. sir "Ah. I see while. I I I %  i4 >: nisir OIK CVSTIIHKKS IV ritn.wn 71 ^ery ZMerry DCm as iRnv nn: n \ A if;*.Vf \ \ \#> V7M/A" OF T. R. 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e MtSBAt DKi.MBLR 24 liit I;M;I'. urn-. Alum .11 p-vr.t: IHUM. DECLINE IN W. EUROPEAN PRODI CTIO\ W. German. France t tut 1 it la I), Only Exceptions (From ERNEST ASHWICK) GENEVA A continued decline In Western Europe's economic activity in the second quarter of this year is the gloomy picture painted by the United Nation Economic Commisnon for Euiopr. Air Bookings 'On Record' Cttl Control Board Will Shov, 32,000 n n.i%  %  l-tlll In. t Cotnii.. I an all -ouiiu grial production m W< toDe. Western Germany and ce arv the only e\ i tain's industrial production wn yer cent lower Mian in tin' % %  ponding period n yea) • %  metal unal}*i ol Bi fs Improved |D) i and doll... kttm baa bulletin pa* (bekidesreilui-tK.il In I %  renewal of United arrnment economic lie 200.0O0.ooo dollar? f the year. Reduced sale* • Mdual producer! and expor, may provide t %  %  ( %  .% %  .,in the 1 currencj rag Curren' *ipments In these markets l\'ir do not seem to pr alslnn; opening fi>r this shili in tin's expoit MR, ion b a comparison bcl\>--. and Western Ccrnu a>mie cor mission point . tho Import* reductions oi teas sterling area this ye.ir h. lin much harder UaBD I tuny. By August, i 1 to the starling art 1 had fai 1 }2 per cent lielow the llr^t ter rale, while those ol Gars' were only 1/ nei r. German ex, steadily while Bfltiah I x1 decreased 6/1 the Commission l apparent in II 1 r.n i years when German export Flow that their ultimate re\r would confr-.nl other S mn exporters with scrioutla u : > l*d." %  reason for German British expoit*. according to tLunomlL eonin. Mcer goods — the , most dcnunded by foreign %  tars and which were not tied by th recent import — occupy a much higher share Itrmany's export trade than Of Britain. %  By consumei -nodm British %  ts have to he void in condirtemand V, where income* have been ted bv falling commodity at, Brit 'h textiles musl tan %  Ving competition in overseas otts .. Japan's production rcrs. iiiu tli<> Cii.da DTJ i dsy reefivtd % tnrkry trom M.. W A Nero.i I Dry bevsragf-* A Hsm snd i plinn puddim 1— prise AI*o in tbt picture i Mr F E Uodd.ua sda Dry dn it i t Nightingales \\ ill Sing In Berke!e>-$i|Uure LONDON, If rOU are around Berkele>square about next Ju) %  enough you will hear nightingtn| there But, ;.%  nightingale cannot Berkeley-square is K"ing to make do with hfe-sire. nightingales made byex perts. The idea b'l"ngs to the May's i i ,-Lop. An official said: — "We feel that mnr> who come to London I a tM Coronation will make %  pea-ling for Berkeley-quare and look for the nightingale that sang there. So they won't be disapi^int.-! if they check up" The nightingales will nestle Hngag pmk .ir.d while lose garlands. Lamp standards In the tCpWTC are to lx; garlanded. II !* %  thiee i-o-ie arbours in tho gardens. And the famous square Is .o be 'lit up." The pavilion in going to lx* I'cpaaxted. a notice telling the history of buildings in the square will !.• placed inside. Large crowns of roses will be suspended in the roadways leading to the square. The rost will be £2,400. In May fair's other famous square Grosvennr-squai I %  re under way to drape Ihe first ROOT frontageof all buildings with blue and gold Large boxes of red flowers will he placed on the balconies. nislng up from the balronle it fl proposed will be twin green columns surmounted by emblems in red. The cosf About 15.000. —L.E.S. ompetHUm roWllr.K plant. Mason H %  %  %  I H3 w rd .. | : . % %  %  I %  %  %  r or ,|u % %  %  n In though) he %  %  unminr % %  • competiSaturday. date. VOg t<> late Roach 4> Co., i .. ||. B BMM Word ... i. %  • %  nmt in one Inclining Intel ol tbt i % %  • ini %  -. i lot: than ., gulf beside Othei i of his anfha ConpMInly allowed for w ird and Hid ot go Inb dtei n >iiv. i Unued i Children's Exhibition At The Museum Good THE EXHIBITION ol SchoolchtUlren'g Ait and Handicrafts al the Museum continues until 5th January \t\ tl" Art section it lg gurprasing to SCH^ what progn made in this branch of teaching in recent > hlbltlon is almost uniformly nooa. and uw n C n compared with that produced iu countries where : i • art (acilitieg tidal In the iraimn of teachers and visits to H m Art QtOIa lot out tb |-.nre,i.!i, mwnf childC.r %  ren that the response wai quicktr %  cst. Some v the task of judging COUU not have British Council in Ihe Caribbean been easy. win continue to !*• •> matter or SEori Da %  for It Taking Ihe exhibition .. I , Spell: was the moat uietui and produewhole, colour, of New Yorti will t,ve function vouchsafed by the llure wort nave Korea fc da < %  > ^ British Council In thi-. -..'is ngntlng dlylsion 11. re of ikllUJ wonlOUl "t Itrgmmng wllh letter i>f the WOrtfi given. i in u %  aid lh children. . CARDINAL SPELLMAN GOES TO KOREA The teaching 1.1 art In Chool Pol not a product urn line for artists, %  widi for Iree its purpoM i'" ttmulata child's ini;igln;i*i" %  .-i %  %  ^ colour, barmonj. design and %  rl io Lhw t whi %  i %  • ehool d..ys ,ire o.er Ihe adult ing, and It is %  urprislng U will be i ruuV : hi' e The taacblng of art also trains doweling trail, i i lai %  hildren to use their eyaa and to wtth brigh' be more observant ot the worl Abel around them Diilmdlan schoolcornpoaltioi children are notoriously un for then ibrervarn' Otu) %  rerj feai In thevxhlbltloi iv is Itghttng division. The ling his %  ison in K i idnlghl M.is foi forces (IS Rt 11 tin Canada. A / .!and. iiinding. It was, h i %  ,, ., that local ployed %  %  %  %  . know even the nam,-s of the mod v.d, . %  ., than conmon IreOS, pl-nts Off bird < .lou. harmony. %  aroundthem, and their Uwk of of the peal lidt-c.ntury. The craft il* w ei it is well is poor! apn Doled with the \'(-:it. and will be held The list o( prize-winners at Hie aatgeption nl ANOTHl* SHINING tXAMPit Of QlE^IICO Tbare's always a clean hygienic fragniDi in every room where that S-M-OO-T-H Paste cleanse/ is used Pots, Pans, andTilas.Sinks.and Paint wot | reepood quxkly to iu treatment — Uaare'a oot a aoratch la a axmouuO of Caenmo. /htS %  J DELICIOUS^^/ BR00KLAX CHOCOLATE LAXATIVE BANISHES CONSTIPATION OVIflNIOHT? MR ADULTS S ICMlLDtlk y\\\\%\%\\\\\Wi\M\Wt\t\W.\W>\W,\%\W*.W. M I \ 'IN IMMs MfaWS'i;^ ; ^*S r ^//j6 3aav > lAOi T THE MONKS OF iUCKFAST ABBE1 Jf %t^iSBi U ',A5T•T0.NK '! I If you feel worn out. depreiied, or ganerilly run down a (Ian or rwc %  dsy of Buckfut Ton'' Vnne will ejolddr restore lost energy and tone up the whole nervout system. Giving new vitality It fortifies you against fever ind exhaustion and remember. Buckfait Tonic Wine Is especially valuable %  ftar 111 nets. IBITKRVST |/ro\n \VI\K I I H O M I A BOTTLE TODAY =7 (Pur m UuMtde 1 ^(Ii9l)tarUoul k i r 11. : May happmeti and good health be yours al Chnsimash me MANNING & CO., LTD. THE CORNER STORE The Manufacturers of POND'S BEAUTY PREPARATfONS wish you a (Kappy QhhibimaA | SEWING YOUR OWN CLOTHES IS EXCITING WITH BROADCLOTHS in plain colours by k Stylwh wardrobe combinations are aimplc when you Wei %  will Tex riwolt'" BlXMdl lottal in plain Ofjloun, AI*J in sohd atni>et>, or flor.il iN-i„i! llu-v arc an impiration to work wild Dm, lonf-lBBllll| texture, "uii-faat and tub-f.iHt pgrfai t for mcmmti drewea. and inuna rftfltl '•'IVx-made" Hrotidcloths cut aiui drape eaatly . HIH! wuah like n dream Nicest of all IH the |M coat —you'll be in fashion at hnlf the pn gl Always use "Tex-made" Broadcloths. Look for Ihe tag which gunrantaea you >iie Inning a genuine "Ten-made" fqbnc '•TtX-MADf li WELl MADE