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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY



Court o@ Origiy Jurisdict

Police Band at st \
Christmas Frograr

For the cause that lacks assistar

‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance

For the future in the dista

And the good that I «



General Hoyt Vandent
States Air Force said on Mo
years the Soviet Union prod
as the United States.’

Vandenberg writing in

Industries Association disclo

have Biven more jet fighter
been able to assign to ow

have many more jets in combat

for N.A.T.O. forces.”

French Bomb
Rebel Boats

HANOI, Indo-China, Dec. 29.

French planes napalm bombed
‘several’ Communist-led Viet-
minh sampans Monda in the
southern end of the Red River
delta, a French headquarters
announcement said. Communist
rebel leaders were trying to move
to a safer zone in peasant boats
the French said. The sampans
went up in flame No estimate of
the number of boats involved nor
the number of casualties wag
issued.

Headquarters announced tha
an unnamed French outpost 20
miles southeast of Hanoi fought
off repeated Vietminh attacks
during th night. In Saigon,
sources close to the Government
of Premier Van Tam _ indicated
that Vietnam faces a _ cabinet
crisis. Defence Minister, Nghien
Vantri was reported to be on the

point of resigning in the dispute |

with Emperor Bao Dai over the
exercise of the Emperor’s pre-
rogatives as chief of the armec
forces.—-U.P.



Bomber Crashes
Into Sea Of Japan |»

TOKYO, Dec, 29.
A patrol bomber crashed in
the sea of Japan on Friday kill-
ing ten of the plane’s 14 crew-~
men, the U.S. Navy announced |
today. The U.S. destroyed Ren-

shaw rescued four crewmen si

the waters 50 miles east ol
Kosong on Korea’s eastern coast
The bodies of two of the dead

crewmen were recovered. The |

spokesman said the cause of the
crash was unknown, The four-
engine bomber was on a routin
patrol mission. The acciden

brought to 25 the number of ser-|
vicemen killed in week-end plane

crashes in the Far East.
—U.P.

650 Screened

| SOUTHAMPTON, England,
Dec. 29.
United States immigration in-
| spector Russel Danielson a
Monday that 650 crew memb¢
questioned so far among a total ol
1,246 crew members aboard the
liner Queen Mary measured up t>
the provisions of the new Ameri-
can Immigration Act. He said: “I
had the greatest cooperation from
everybody. General reaction hag



been in favour of my job.” The,
81,000-ton liner berthed here Sun-;

day night after a trip from New
York and crew members were &
en eight minute intervals. Most of
those screened were officers and
catering staff members. Deck an‘
engine room hands will be ques-

tioned on the westward voy: age.
—U.P.





Mr. Joshua

(From Our Own Correspondent
»9

= VINCENT, Dec. 22

Mr. E. T. Joshua, member
the se anues and Executive
Councils and President General of
the Federated Workers’ Unior
was arrested by the Police on Sat-
urday. ;
Mr. Joshua was charged with

f

uttering statements calculated to

create public mischief on Novem-
ber 26.

Later on Saturday afternoon
bail was granted and Mr Josh1a
was borne homewards on th
shoulders of the crowd.



Twenty Arrested



CASABLANCA, Dec. 29.
Police said that 20 E
Communist leaders we



that more arrests would follow
—U.P.
INFORMATION
OFFICE DISSOLVED

BERLIN. Dec. 29
The East Germ:







day officially announced the dis-
solution of the informat ffice
headed by Gerhard Eisler The
announcement did not ment

Fisler but it appeared to fore-

from|

shadow his complete ouster
the Soviet Zone Governmen
his possible arrest and





favour with top East Germar
Communists and informed source
said to-day he "had been followec
for weeks by two member
M.V.D. of the Soviet Police
—U.P





re
Be

SOVIET PLA





today after they were ordered







1esponsibilitic
cludir

{United States

Reds Race Forward

United State |
|private life is being invaded ';

public officials who’ are ferventt) jin 35° independencies,
hop he won't have anothe: land also In some non'-lndependent





ne before 1955. Otherwise they



ing Queen who may well desire

Lord Munster

With Ma

Churehill



Schools In T’dad







ypean
arrested |
| in Morocco on Sunday and will
| be deported to France. They said



n Cabinet to-|

n

Fisler had long been in dis-





TUESDAY,



KE PRODUCTIGQN WAS
FIVE TIMES GREATER THAN US.

Air Chief Draw:

Comparison Ove:

| Past Five Years



Lecture Tonight Mr. Gair

There will be a lecture to,

Bombard on the subject “Seul
YF ° ntique’
sponsored by





d a ancaise and IN To
members ar sked to accept ‘ IN AN art
his short notice and bring two stated

friends. vow Yea

is sufficiently
of ‘every responsible person

the “broad masses of the p@Sple of Grenada the respo:
ore e s' ibility of saving the colony trom further economic ills ré

on me, so as a good sport I shall play my par

re Barbadian
j e

RABAT, Mordceo, Dec. 29. Promuted
| .



Communis fan anu
ympathize ere placed
ard a special pl: ine for France



expelled. Among Communist
members was the Spaniard
t Gazopla, construction fore-
it Marakesh and Brazilian
Evelyne Serfaty a secretary |

private firm at Casablanca Bahamas

‘rise from the



dup of Communists and} course in

mnalist hich the military tography
dered after the bloody anti-' attended

h rio three weeks a0.’ at Hendon

than 1,000 Nationalis's in-
Istiqulal (Independence)
director were arrested
we than 20 Communisis!

and the



pelled.

coos ved ctce! Point 4 Plan

pl
Bureau of Phosphates at

suspected - F ]
t oeeniaigr pam avourec

ngaged in anti-French

e ‘

; UP By HARRY FRANTZ
WASHINGTON,

| President P
ur” programme went

Public Officials |: }

home and

Invading Queen ’s | ‘he continuation



operation

operation
iftiliated



LONDON, Dec. 2

The Sunday newspaper The} krown as
People says that Queen Flizabeth



| American

}
}



for at least two years, rritorie
phere
The mass circulation Pro-labour At the
per |says commonwealth | diplomatic
1 é fervently hoping there Pe

e no little brother or sister
Prince Charles and Princess
Truman
t prospect of the royal tour | President’
Au*tralia and New Zealand

nee again interrupted. ‘This
eposterous position for the

In the
er famiiy.’—C P.

bark on



cientifie
progress

developed

Increase Fees



TRINIDAD, De



n threatened for some time} purchased

will be $4 pushing up -the sees | vounns of statistical
is now being

316 per term to $20

to give adequate grants tO/ need for

ted econdary schools tO} of Custom
t expenses and cannot
Une government increases; with the

ae these schools early neXt) financial
ill have to pay
ifter Easte Com-



he va uch perplexed t Monsignor
t ile the matter was} Archbishop
eing considered govern-| created Cardinal in place
principals .of schools had!signor Agostini

the iecision to increase! day, the Pope

THE POOR



ve a dress to a pc Barbadian at the Salvation
terday. Major Walter Morris (centre)

DECEMBER





y Calls Of!
jaa he' snes | New Year Strike
headquarters by Dr. Alain 1 ew ear iri t

Our Own Correspondent

West Indian yest i

his decision

frightening
1 Grenada

Saying that during the past
few weeks he
about 20,000 work
them up to a 1 h
ive almost r
here they believe

that a strike beginni: n J
uary 5 would resul f
{violence than the ist

strike as it seems from the ey
dence that the masse vill

GRENADA.
Inspector Albert Rollins, ;
dian member
since 1934 has
sistant SuperinteNdent of Police

He previously
force and made :
ranks here with most
> expulsion of the nine was} time attached to the C.1.D.,
latest move in the wholesale’ he headed
fingerprint'r

|

| on ! |

this statement ‘l mig 1 |
1

recipient of a World War

Service Medal

tavourable to
of technical el:

ea? ~ Eisenhower administration,
I rivate Life | the end of the year technical co- |!
administration

organisation

}projeets for

Four” \ be remembered |
is one of the g
in U.S, foreign
administrati

January 20,
major’ courses

utlined four |

Mr, Trum
programme
for making

provement



hospital. The woundu
when a large bane

bombarded a housé dis Queen ‘Ale xandrin.



7 . .
», |NewAddingMachine
‘housands of children in this 4 z
ny” secondary schools vill For Custonis Dept.
ve to pay increased fees from
January. The increase which had A new adding machine

undertaker
: Customs Department
ause of the jncrease 1s An amount of $450 has just beer
‘ be the government's! ycted to purchase the machine, t
i Comptroller

consideratio!



Hon. Roy Joseph, | VEW CARDINAL C HOSE \
Education, declared | VATIC AN CITY

made

buck

Army Hall,





GReNA

ie trike

rrar



strike” He went

A GROUP
morning «at

the purpose of the I

g#O into rigid clas varta S| TUARY

He said, however, tha

his chief reason to call it off

aces So wer ees.° Mr. David Roberts








from the Labour Depart:
‘man to man” talk with the Pre W ‘ .
f the i A ri
Union and } regard
srenad iN osit iH tl It ObeE
executive had no b t I
ration proviied t ci j he |
resel ‘ t ‘
ion Officer te he tat
Reacuon wo thi leclarati
was generally cal: i ber
ection of the “Sp i t Mathe
enry while nt desi in of
Oo
houl
violer ‘
“Arbit
Arbitration wa ( j ‘ (
posed by tl ‘ I 194
jon since Ox
and to cr 1 of
her thing i ish
M.M,W,1 t i
es at pre tf 948 Ed
neipal ext ( ew i Be
ricult { He irvived
co-operate at i n ! d small dau
‘tilement but ha Hie .

pepudiated the | of

. pestates as “a red t vee Vatican Official

| this privilege has be wecorde

M.M.W.U, Pi t

: ;
cfficers. "though Returning Home
stipulation that {
ion sement
the nature¢

Ll Wounded During e |

Fight Ai Dance

(From O41 Ov

TRINIDAD

Ten civilian

constable were nel arte eer
fight at a dance earl r YTT bi ,
morning. On i ‘ ?



about four mile fr I
Spain with tone nd ‘ |
while another grouy Gt Deunwrk Dies
men armed ith j
live nvaded | COPENHAGE
ing weapons freely | Queen Mot
igne Den:

Queen Mary Has | totay fh
Slight Child | 01 V2 Gays seo

SANDRINGHAM, EF la

i | fi ! t uw"

300 Pr oor . Receive
Gifts Of Clothing

Nearly 300 poor people received clotl

vation Army Hall, Reed Street, yesterday

clothing was distributed by Mrs. FE. D. Mo

Mrs. Walter Mors nd Mrs. VV. M, Mar

The clothiy was a gift sent to Mr

M.C.P., by the Pentecostal Dorcas League

which Miss lIanthe Walke a 5
Major Morris also took the opportunity







vegetables sent by Hanson Plantati«
This the fourt hipment to
received by M ‘
return fro ho : EF G re
1949. Other listtrib : ree gas
loravian Church and the} NEW LI
Salvation Army H V
Street M M. A. Pe
Mr. Mottle told the Advocat e Staffordshi
thi organisat it only ti He
end lothing to Barbados but te
ther West Ir islar for d
tribution to the por j
Vie irs. | Mrs, 3
thle f ' onour : : } te
H Chi diff
‘ ; fa ; bolle
oO ‘ oes he ove!
: As, CG : eme
t , | Pipe



Empress Ol
¢p

ms

Bring:

Empress of Scot:







rbadiar



“

cssaneansnangeunenjesesemaniaingn simeneeelanaiiisieanliientt

TERDAY NEATHER REP

Scotland

‘Tourists

living da. in
Barbade one 0
Now he } re

t
een rye i

Duke Of Edinbureh
Made Cadet Chief

LA
The Q !
Duh So
let cory oft
id I
Col n~¢ ef
le Fe nd
Chief
Ik C.P

Gilbeys

| EMPIRE RED WINE

Maintains
the s¢ ame high

Standard
of Guailizas
shipped fo the
Ws st Indies

bi VEQTS





PAGE

TWO

















and served in Burma} lv f ger ( we pl eats
and India for 30 years ‘2 Pa tO bf me 7 (3) JULY 1 to AUGUST & (Lee—a
3 ats ‘ ; ably v pirit healt? tlook f fh who act withir
During the last war he was in > to bark? (: c 1 tt lutea henest. &
Rangoon and was chased out by 8 A thie given to. Roman | iisent manner. * Varied lines co
the Japanese in December 1942. , aoe oe get a graduate pact: | endeavour high ponsored.*
He afterward served on the to the flect. (4) ; AUGUST 2S to SE PT EMBER 23 (Virgo)
Assam Front as Commanding, 2 S011 (3) 22. See 18, (4) | me a ee st etibe Hate wines
Cllicer of a hospital, Japanese Pe Te A ciies Ga taion.cinia aan have
oe ‘ 4 (im sport. (3 onged to a v
7 Old Year Ball 25 e is the cha uae high up. (5 SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23
FTER a lapse of years the ee } (Libra) —1 are pro ts of muct
- 4%. First Rarbados Sea Scouts Scorning the tang in din. (9) ce * er 2 on: nals vee
are holding another Old Year nerriment or deris hour count
Ball at the Rooms of the , ‘ OCIOSER “4 té NOVEMBER %
Y.M.P.C., Beckles Road. GL exist’ wi (Scorpio)—-Opportunity is knocking at
5 r , ably ineu é
The Ball Committee in an + rrounding tor vente, ¥ rabl ineut aay
effort to provide for the comfort | Three s of 7 +e n g étter € ing to
and enjoyment of invitees is 148 a Synonym. (4) I et 5 ie
avoiding over-crowding and to} 1“. ae bonthes = i psy. é unsutereces rm reef ph a te a h
this end will be restricting ad-| i4 tions mixed up. (5) | up wit egiect obligat mised
mission to those who have re-| oe (3) 3 Ou. tay need
ceived On Hons ‘ DECEMBER 24 to JANUARY 21 (Capri-
Jn Honeymoon ae ae cern)—You may need at this time a
‘eo deluge 3) chang cene company, even diet. |
R. AND MRS. RAY PAYNE] across: | All well and but do..t' reasonably
a who wer-s married in Vene- Real : ; : ‘ Some Enc rade Se teheart
. quarins Ds 0 t i 2 0) i a
zuela recently, arrived here on 19 Ta : yy Geen: <3 os : pf advertising activi- |
Christmas eve by B.W.LA. to Rehie? 2 anitahtens ett ete’ ids activities from
spend their hor. ymoon and are frat ; r le Dur Ww d before sanction ng
guests at the St. Lawrence Hotel. An: Tea Day can really be a happy one
Mr. Payne is employed in the} ko baa the en rs ae
Oilhelds in Venezuela, } e anxiety but spirit,
On Business j ke ges affine acbiaent |
7 , EAVING for Jamaica an Satur- | t should follow ‘
MR. JOHN LEE (r), of Sporco Manufacturing Co., Manchester, England, and Mr. ©. 8. Newton (1), kg) tiie BWLA aad a "Mr | YOU BORN TO-DAY: Are generally |
Managing Director of Carpet Trades Ltd., Kidder minster, Worcester, England, pose with Mr. A. 8. AC. Plews Regional Repre ante l of Se Vee Ce eee
= nae a 2 Mr. Edgar Stoute at the Baggage Ware house shortly after disembarking from the “Empress tive of Messrs, Reckitt and Cole g tr ; busin oF pi te sf Scotland”. ae a . ae true pet Oe ee yg ty
nan and-the Nugget Boot Polish| 3 By M. Harrison-Gray f per ae parore coo oad
; 4 Tew ‘RR . Cc > as sae $ ‘ Ps v , t take advantage
ON. H Cl KE, C.B.E Business And Pleesure Luneheon Party Co, of England with headquarters | 3 Dealer: North wore reach great heights
M.L.C. and Mrs. Cuke left for aon sine uate : - at Havana, Cuba. He spent the| 3 East-West game in any deavour. Birthdate of
British’ Guiana: via Trinidad on S" HARRY HAGUE, Man- R. A. McFARLANE, retired past two and a half weeks here on| § N Alfred great N.Y. statesman; |
Suaday nigh aging Director of A, Wander Director of H, McFarlane business and was a guest atythe| : Ou, Rud eens, ee. aa"
Mr-and Mrs. Cuke have gone to 4. Manufactur rs of Ovaltine and Co., of Chicago, entertained Hotel Royal. : V9 AKQIJI5
New Year holiday with @"d i ory a tonapche of penny to luncheon at Cacrabank Hotel Mining Engineer : g9 +0 8
n-lav ht and L ue > among . a lia +m m 3 ei 95 = “
is “4 ‘a : daughter Mr 7 ‘a . y a re por Bon eee, Bs ey ae ogg FTER spending a week’s holi- 3 r ) LISTENING HOURS
H sayley . gers ing here yes ~ Walker of Cardiff, Wales and Mr. / \ day in Barbados as guests at 3 Ras a Kl
dns ine | : - a) arbados as guests a : QJ6542 AK 108
CARL CHENERY Santana” ng on the Empress of and Mrs H O. Ramsey of “Non the Hastings Hotel, Mr. Louis! 3 awe s 62 : TUESDAY, DECEMBER %, 1952
ana UR rates AN Lae aie Es arry told Carib that he | atti” Balmoral Gap. Aguilera and Mr. Rojo Onofre, re-| 876 Q4AK532 § | 400-600 pm nom
pending the Christmas Rares ios i Minnea aie tae Mr. McFarlane who arrived turned to Venezuela on Saturday : 3 @ 38 : bs oe ne Stan
h his relatives re- | This oe ess Wilh pleas here in April is remaining for by B.W.LA. : ‘, 3 .| Service, 4
ur d tq Trinidad on Sunday badbé us is their first visit to Bar- another couple of months as the Mr. Aguilera is a Mining En- : O973 : pn. S
night. : i " ‘ gvest of Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey. gineer employed with the Govern- = : > 93 : o- 7.45 p.nt
ad aad . im Dr, and Mrs. Walker who ar- ment and Mr. Qnofre is a Pro- $ 7 43.3.
MONG the local turfites who RUISING on the Empress of rived yesterday morning in the fessor at the University of Los : : U garine 1
witnessed the first day’s rac- ; Scotland which arrived here Empress of Scotland on th Carib- Andes in Merida : 3 ealt «
ing .of. the Pris idad tmas & a ee a aa bean cruise, dropped in to see Mr Also returning to Venezuela by : 3
meeting 2nd 1 uxned on Sunday: i. M mar t one ® “N8- and Mrs. Ramsey whom they B.W.I.A. on Saturday was Mr. : :
2 Messrs. M I. Clarke and H. /@n " r. Komjat E He Mana~ knew while Mr. Ramsey was sta- Juan Balada ¢ > General Motors : :
con Eat? " pares eves tioned as American Consul in COTE tion. He was here for two : :
oe Foundations He is also Payne Cardiff weeks as a guest at the Marine : :
Still In Papecte his first visit to the island anq is Dr. Walker . ' braGaliad : 3
ymbining sine t leasure ! alker » has travellec ‘ . : :
ce vit ing business wil Bale i a € extensively has been out to Aus. Marine Pilot 3 :
SPE from the December issue 1 oard to meet them was , lia, Sout , . is em : :
of the Yachting World, that Mr. G. G. Feldman, merchant of “@ ja, South Africa and Jamaica PENDING three weeks’ leave : :
Ww . “n 7 al 4 i ‘, Swan Street as a Ship Surgeon. His wife and from his duties of Marine : our :
andtrer which called here on ; a ie s he think that Barbados is ut Pil Trir i 3 ; s North and, Four $
heeeway “from Er nd: to Aus First Visit Sines 1047 ie tad i is about Pilot, Trinidad, is Mr. Scott Sadler 3 Bast. South could o :
tralia-earlier this yeat Still in NAPT. F K N MASCOLL ne best island they have visited who arrived over the week-end by : Five Mane one ane aa :
Papéste, Tahiti . ; e a : ne Je . Vephew B.W.1.A, accompanied by his wife no further bidding :
wy ca | sivttital i E.D., Adjutant of the Ja- R. LEARY "ON ‘ They are guests at Bowden Guest In Koom 2, South showed 3
Bilt! Howell, the ier, and 5 Boat ; Yalic ‘ - LE: O'CONNOR from :
hi fot {Frank McNulty parted maica Battalion at Palisadoes Palo Seco, Trinidad i House, Hastings. where his main strength lay §
iis and Frank McNuit arted Who is on 28 days’ leave, arrived é : » udad and a . of re with a jump to Three Clubs §
company in Honolulu when he oa on ‘Chrlatnas Ev= to speiid student at Mt.St. Benedict Colle ge Spent Christmas W ith over the double intending to i
Frank went on te Australia by 4 holiday with his wife and “4S among the passengers arriy- Relatives rebid. Hearts mts ete :
StORMNEL, family who came over sometime !"8 Ver the week-end by B.W.LA ETURNING fr ireng A. Arete Senate deectn eens
» . as to yatter 14 y can o som © to she a} 1 ’ een JININING from Grenada on ; Three Spades, North made §
Bill mow = intenc Pp a ale i) . 7 pend a holiday with his rela- : | § the val ; i ir =
4 Sanat alates , previously and is staying at 4. >* Te é Saturday by B.W.I.A. was Miss} § the valuable cue bid of Four §
dround French Oceania for some * i Eres tives. He is staying with Mr. and fF eee - - : Spades id South bid S s
themiiot Isbury,”’ Hastings. M ~ oa Ena Monroe of Terese Beauty 3 ihe and Sou ix §
time, and then wander through nite x = ‘ — rs. Cecil Goddard of Blue c. she eh - ere g Clubs on the strength of his $
the “Austral Islands probably This is Capt. ; Mascoll’§ first Waters, Salon, McGregor Street. She went : singleton Diamond. 5
nen ‘ visit back home sinee he took up Mr. oc 7 ~ home to spend Christmas with her 5. :
single-handed, hie ney tate in 1947 r. O'Connor is a nephew of | relatives ESrEeeETrieirir tree Trier trier eres
Headmaster e Sere Wat 5 ae Ao Mrs. Goddard é Ss. Loedan Kxrpresa Servic

EAVING over the week-end by
BW... for Trinidad was
Irvine Ox headmaster ot

Mr







Montgomery Boys’ School. He has
gone to spend two we ’ holida
with his relatives in Port-of-Spain.
Week-ene’ Arrival

RAK. and Mi Clifton Seal and
1 & their two children Alpha and
Annie were i ; engers
arriving over th ek-end from
Grenada by B.W.1.A. for a holiday

A wholesal merch of St.
George’ . Seale expects to re-
larn 1 tornorrow, While his
wife and children will be remain-

ing for three weeks.














AR. A. S. JENKINSON, Man-
wu i aging Director of Messrs
A. S, Jenkinson Ltd., Caravan
Distributors of London, England,

rivd in Barbados yesterday
morning in the Tourist Liner
Fmpress of Scotland for three
weeks’ holiday He was accom-

inied by his Transport Man-
er, Mr. A. K, Bowden and they

» guists at the more Hotel.

My, Jenkinson as in Barba-
los two years ago with Lord
Selsdon when he brought out a
caravan which is still on the
grounds of the Enmore Hotel.
While here he hopes to take the

caravan all around the coast.

BY THE WAY...













Wanted: A

L urday mor

wa Mr Arn
Cleaveland, (
seme of the isl:
a view to settl
shortly from }

of the Ohio Bell Teleptfone Co.

Mr. Arnold

days in Barbados as a guest at the

Ocearg View |}
visited Jamaic

dad and Tobago.
Barbados

likes
there is every
might settle he

By BEACHCOMBER



KAVING b




BARBADOS ADVOCATE

CROSSWOR

Stars & You







YOUR INDIVIDUA HOROSCOPI
FOR TUESDAY BER 30, 1908
Look the wh you
birthda me t
in tlook ccording t ars
World W ar Veteran peiiecile ot ae atten ot eee ates
cr H, A. KHIN who has cope of fine configurations; exer
A been Living in England for ere tart Bay, gts on
the past five years Since his} esults q
retirement from the Indian Medi-« APRIL. 21 to MAY 2% (Taurus)—Witr
cal Servic arrived her ter- ~fl is you = : ie









. e t thank ’s ul t 8! s The
day morning in the Empress of d me praye good people. Der
Sectland on its Caribbean cruise i i
He was accompanied by Mrs ! seeneinl>-diouns
Khir slam =

A veteran of World Wars I and}
Il, Col. Khin after qualifying a
a doctor at Edinburgh and Lon-
don joined the Indian Army Medi-
Service



l
al























































Spot To Retire
y B.W.LA, on Sat-|
ning for Martinique
old J Oliver ot
Ihio He is visiting
inds in the area with
ing when he retir

lS post as








.

engineer

ackinlosh’s

who three Q ‘ S Rice

spent

theet

fotel, has already
“a, Caracas, Trini-

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T a arity had to rebuke the kilm seals in a summer-house ducing a decapitated prawn from 2 ;
aos 0, f ¥ applauding at the and tram-rails in a dog-kennel. (apparently) his lect air. _ “This > FREE GIFTS TO THE POOR }
oer Benhetin 24 ‘audinrbe has gone far enough,” said the $
tint roba a ai rene we mae = . : a ' |
heucht it was doing the smart ITTLE did Mrs. Wretch sus- Colonel, rising. “So has _ this, | 2
i i - ) : i + o¢ ‘ ee sent os i L pect that only eleven dwarfs shouted the anaes hurling the ’ \{ SEE THIS SKETCH >
liste the frenzied giggling had taken their leaves, after prawn against the wall, | “It’s 9 ¢ FROM | 2
ne ad use of B.B.C studio much persuasion. So it came W ugwell s dear, I’m afraid, said | There’s " smile sehater PNOe 3 THE PARSON MISBEHAVES @
on ai o about that as she and the Colonel Mrs. Wretch, as the dwarf fled in every iece! | 1% °
ee sat at their dinner he was sud- from the house shouting “Stop J P CORNEL KARL STEVE 13 Attraction THE JU C STEEL BAND $
Many radio people find it very qenly aware of a grinning dwarf thief!” , ; 14 4 . LLL BAI $
AL to ui ithout becoming with read beard and whiskers .
terleal with everything they standing in the centre of the A ROAD | safety committee sr eee py r R Prices: Stalls 24, House 36, Balcony 48, Box 60
Perhaps the promise of @ table. The Colonel passed his recommended that anyone} ee 7 “7 me ABR D MEDE OS wD ©
ing. trust” the end of each hand hastily across his eyes and who wants a_ driving licence cman HENRY CLANKE eumme itms Age THiS IS A CRITCH IVAN PRODUCTION. @
i quiet for a shook his head violently. The should have an eye test. A mem- WEDN ESDA Y | LESCOL SOG GD OSB EGO SEEE POO DOOD OCOROODS”
ile, thing was still there. “How did ber of the committee asked why 4.45 and 8.30 Lf : you get there?” he asked in a this should not apply to pedese se and Sohitsatne A ily p.m. | Due Soon Re-Release “KING KONG Robert Armstrong
4 GENTLEMAN ucceeded feeble voice. “Yumped up, boss,” trian A grand idea, Every i; ~— & dally. | q To-day. tory) To day, To-day 445 & 8.30
Li permission replied the dwarf, who affected pedestrian who has not passed BARBAREES, Nol gre |-Ghelfine Techatects SMART GIRLS
1 : to keep Swedisn accent. “What do the walking te the dodging tést, PEAZ: (Dial 5170.) | Tick Bowe is iso | ea; " as fire
pical a7 1 garage. I you int?” thundered the and the eye test should be banned a ae EAM A FUGITIVE | NIGH r & DAY irk hate ayo
upp0se- he will require a second Colonel, once more master of from the roads. If there were no SPSSSPE POOP POOOOOOTS. | re Bie Cay rant TO HAVE AND
: : , , bowisll-s: su » narlos ‘ : > } JANG re: HAVE NOT
permit-to kéep moto in his himself Mustard,” replied the pedestrians at all the roads,would . | Paul Muni MONTANA umohrey Bons
quaritn We then come to the dwarf “What for?” said Mrs. be safer for everyone — except e ¥ GAIETY | Big Opening Wed w Ee a le | sala ee emia reas
. Poin’ 4] on ‘ : . % “es Ved. 4.45 & 8 30 a a
tion keeping bees in a Wretch angrily. “To eat porridge the motorists. | ¥ TO-DAY (only) 8.30 p.m 4.45 & 8.30 and nd continuing daily | “a & sos
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE CHREE



Barbados is Not Cold To Kedera tion FOR YOUR NEW YEAR'S PARTY



‘Bagasse’ No Substituie GRANTS WHISKY

ALWAYS MELLOW ,., ALWAYS THE SAME




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“or Canadian Pulpwoo

A *iv ntroversy, in which































. -onsider= x
ly with the pr ( able tere bone Sater er 7 aoe ; =
Barbadians do think the ve , tat i t ‘ th
tay sti on represent a means the 8 id ! views ¢ x an
best they ld get. Te ne ri V us oceasior ' nae
This was state Mr. F 1} | thin ¢ io id uw t ld
it WwW, a be é & y | P . urn XI ns t
living in Roxbu sachusetts, SEA AND AMR N Y o tt prove )
1 a letter published in the “New 4 is \ t { gasse peaaemennarreserquoeinenasiires
York Time He denied tl er- . ¢ ¢ are
uuon of a previ ” t € 1 and
in the pap TRAFFIC rl
cold” to > idea of ; \ yn
The correspondence w 5 as t print In an earlier issue
by Mr. Wendell Mallic : ” : § e week sublication had qu
can and Cirector of the ean in In Carlisle Bay & “ ) Jas E. Atchison Chief
ssociates. of New Y« who ; =" oe he Franklyn D.R. Confide nS p a Pap k t Mutua
declared: Stemiied: Merion a ae , gt t Agency i eclaring
“Federation, out of which should ®.. P H. Davidgc iF H t has been concluded tha
come a new Commonwealth na- , Meter ve Blue St D : I ould never t
¢ ; enkins R ts. O.K. S
ion and a Caribbean ARRIVALS * vo 2 < ced economically n com
financeeconom i ¢ ss ci Jian Cruiser tons Sa oon “ . er BN = t t wit newsprint mace
reconstruction o: th id nde » ! . n t tandard furnish con
institution of sl Be’ 24 natin kee itd om NAN UNPARALLELED 12 hour and 40 minute operation, surgery sepa- ting per cent low ct
growth, Unfortunat ly, ‘ ( rated the Brodie Siamese twins who were joined at the head. Attended hanical , wood pulp and 1}
ple are not yet of one ‘ : oo eae here by nurse Margaret Florence, the 15-month-old sons of Mr. and n hemical pulp It
wae : Mporks nt Pn hog eh Cap ons, from London Mrs. Roy Brodie, of Moline, fil., were operated on at the University of 5. CAAT RSWaeprim off or t
oi nate d oy ent ey Gesire Illinois Research and Educational Hospital! in Chicago. Additiona! sur oe eres: 4 Ea tie itt
‘Althoug Jamaica, Trinidad, Capt N. H hoy ©6gery was required, both before and after the separation. The condition



md pape ndustiry
Antigua and Grenada have voted
tor federation, there are other
{mportant British Caribbean com-

y t_ Ke i Beq ‘ nes - }
es BAO. Home E Sa) dani cet Sl

nunities which have n py been Lendor Captain H. T. Wel I iim in a lette “3t
munities which have now only Ween Keen: ba Costa & Co, Lid. .A.O. Home Economist cans Se ae SE aan 1
. \

son, S c l of both boys was critical. The Brodies have four normal children.



Int Mr. Celler quoted the





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*been clearly demonstrated
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and British Honduras which heve ; §.S. Empress of Scotland, 14485 t >)" ee . hel - (sus Ve ar waste
rejected federation lock stock iehsn’ Cradlénad. to A ee ae ne Ss on y S avy ti ctory in all impor
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Mr. Malliet expressed the hope rint now currently in| 4

Y. De LIMA |

; ewsprint in co., LTD. |
that the forthcoming London con- Seawell PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 19. nd lea ke & . 5
ference on federation next spring ARRIVALS By L.A.V. FROM

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. ; a } 20 Broad § {{ |
VENEZUBLA Ending an eight months’ stay in the Caribbean, Miss manufacturing i 20 Broad St {









will prove sutcess*ul But he SUN Nile boo. 1 = : = > a th its reply the ) 5 1 at Marine Gardens { u
. , SUNDAY 28TH Elsa Haglund, Home Economist with the Food & Agricul- _ In connection Wik I ) and at Marine trardens |
continued: 1 Perez, M, Perez, H, Perez, B , 7 p ne rade Jour raised the) } ) e SONS LTD DISTILLERS SCOTLAN
Mit kenid he es se ,, Marte, Ge Marcers, & Goreero ture Organisation, recently left to return to her headquar- per Trade Journ il TateeG t WILLIAM GRANT & SONS LTD DISTILI AND
It shou mophasised, how- Corde fe: seh I J 4 - t cint o why “Cossa River” (a
ever, that responsible opinion in naa B. Raa ee Mesdee hoe «| ters in Rome, Italy. slatively recent newsprint mill in I a
Jamaica, a corner-stone in any A. Stoll, P. Diaz, B. Diaz, G. McIntosh, _ . © South) and the new mill of
federal structure in the are>. is M. MelIntosh, R. McIntosh, R. Mcint From New York, «where she



sjowater under construction in

7 tm a r © I

r Heals go alone with what M. Mcintosh, O. Arevalo, A shh Fae ae . , ; ‘ ‘. j ‘ ; j

not likely to iS i lor ¢ with vhat DIPAMTUNES os Lae CV! ted the United Nations head- Christnias N usice At Tennessee had refrained fron

appears to be the British idea that SUN 28TH quarters, Miss Haglund writes esorting to bagasse as a source
Carrero, O. “I do hope that some of the things

federation is to bring about a S. Rose, M. Carrero, I at © eo ; shy ,
P - 5 _ ‘ of newsprint to this, M
Ut do hope that some of the things St.Stephen’s Church of newse

union of geographical, areas of Diesis. L. Diesi M. Bello, A. Rello. eller wrote: “I answer frank

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poverty. backwardness, unem- Seacear’ oo ra, A. Marval, E. coming true. I know that there : hat I do not know"—buc still 66 ussed thin S hens’ _—
ployment end frustration under a : are quite a few people aware of There will be a recital of nae hela to his previous theors y ‘ i= A i .

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glorified system of Crown colony RATES OF EXCHA NGE the contribution that home econ- Mas music at the St. Stephe


























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government witt some ther omics tan give to tl Caribbean.” Church on Sunday, January 4, at atta {
high-sounding n or title.” * DECEMBER 28, if s} a als ; ye ht ee ' a th nh - 4.15 p.m ood deal has been vublished
8 mg F é elling NEW YORK Buying 1@ alS0 OXF sed ni hanks to Whine ave iD ite the US. papers in recent weeks |
feist ae ae ‘ 1.8% pr. Cheques on Bank 7). te pr. the many persons who worked rere are 12 items on the pros " nossible extensive use of
ance Constiition Sight or demand with he in the various places #tamme, the first of which is Mar- § yi hie redient | h ¢ d k
2 : . j Draft 699% PY. which she visited tin Shaw's anthem “O Light from “bagasse” as a chief ingre< : t 1OUg t a ta en
Rut this, says Mm Barrow, in 71.8% pr. Cabi fis Fastin u Age to Age the Same After a f th acture of newsprin
his rey is exactly what the 79.5% pr. ¢ ne 68.6% Pr ae igiund originally came | Vy aE ee aa { ect. it is suggested .
7 : tpons 7 ) k ‘aribb°an in Apt esist Selection of three carols, Mr. W. D c > a y ‘
Rance Constitution would give the 7 CANADA O.S% DF. | sca : yt ; aoe ae aa Harris will play ot Sar : j n part as a substitute for eV ery precaution
peoples of the British Camboean. (Ineluding Newfe iH ; “ A - A adsention Borowski’s “Adoration” and Ip de from Canada’s north- . !»?
> state } ( helleve ha 77.2¢ r eq 3 4 : ‘ e conomics anc yt wen » 3 : ‘ . . J ‘ ra hacks ‘
im Taten:, “Berhad Seanaee. tie} Site sot iN Nutrition convened at Kent Chatles Stanley's “Allegro cin spruce and balsam—the back yet they still get worms!
pole ape AP or ayes ath al Sight Drafts 15.1% pr House n June j inde th 2 int Soloist Keith Brown will then ( of Canadian pulpwood * 5
independent self-govern- 479. pr. Cat A . ne f tk "i o et “ Jo 4 ‘Ing three songs, two carols and tagasse” is defined as “sugar
with, at least, full dominion wm weirs = 7 Bt. A ths Mf? eT eens an anthem ' it comes crushed from the
Coupons 73.2% pr. FAC Cfhereafter, one ttrritorial 4 & 1 . i J



c —_———_——_——. governmer fter ¢ - reques Ba ana et son and Mrs. ill.” after the sugar content he Cher “ se
tian ax cant ls oF i MAIL NOTICE ernment after another requests it Cit lon ging a solo. been extracted. Then there was one

tion is regarded as something of a ed her help, with the result that
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: pr we Another artiste taking part in . ° y
‘oke and oa hh wahala GE picts for Gt Vineent ‘by (aa: @ het was prolonged until mid- oe - : a Rid bette al » of South- “OP 1 1 I 5 |
= eps one nat “hit ; - ot Belqueen will be closed at the General December the recital will be Mr. Merton For yo fe x 1 r Be Mah pi eC aution VO aian £ la re.
feticration is dae ‘yp Post Office os und Her last assignment, before McCarty who will play an organ ern pine has been held up as a = -
| ederation is not acceptavie to Parcel Mail and Registered Ma‘l leaving for Roine. wai oy Antigua SOlo. substitute for Canadian (as we MN If 5 ’ 7 oy ] > ss |
| pon cor ey Ben 3. coe T edi, #0er, ecemnber. pen nd St, Kitt ; There as. in the ‘ The last item on the programme @ U.S. pulpwood) for making : \ Ou a ¢ OSE Gq € M1 !
eG he tin ." improved form a ' 7 other territories which’ she visited, 1s the anthem “Ring Out Wild newsprint but 25 or more years |
0 overnment, i Let ’ s ’



e > Fletcher t e resulte on”n 6 P. sc?
Mr Barrow declares that the she met with various committe®’s, Bell by Fletcher ale ates as Mice 7 ; ba cowth heno U7S
3arbadis s as intelligent a é { gave lectures to teachers and e more than © fo oO

ete. ntel aa ee ee Ss. Official







politically alert as any other peo- others concerned with home eco- CAROL SERVICE duction of sulphate uD 4 =~ Once a month
ple in the Caribbean area, Barba- e sg s on a and held a num- A Christmas Carol Service was i e ua er ee core beard, 5
dos is un outstanding example of F d At er of public meetings held by the boys of the Govern- 4;° ‘Suan , f New York rn”) o
successful local government, with , ire ment Industrial School on Sunday Atta kT as rea a . ‘ads pos = they ewould have |
a House of Assembly dating back TEL AVIV, Dec.. 29, evening in the recreation room | vi tive denial of the practical vir- 4
hl - on 5 sensi ORs Colonel Samuel Taxis Ameri- the school. His Excellency we tues of bagasse, He say been a full
W such a reputation > can anc ;

also a United Nations e al Acting Governor and Mrs. R ha clin of mantis tae |
‘cold’ to the important issue o!f (9 wa “d osterdé

Gatibbean fedesition?” cfficial was fired at yesterday gy radatnec d overnment officials that news- p oduction now

while visiting the scene of an George and Lady Seel







i 1" rir f be made in commercial
In the iatest full-dress depate eartie hooting t ne : @° The scheol band gave a recital of VT a
F t sg r shooting incident on tl . tle rotr agas . ‘
on federation in the Barbado ‘ Syric orde 1 spokes music. After the recital, Mrs. quantities from bagasse, the resi |
Israeli-Syrian border a pokes- 1 A f suga ne, was frowned |
Mouse cf Assembly, he continues, jaan said to-day Turner presented prizes to the ue ¢ ame CRUE, Mee ,
it wes made clear that Barbadians The shooting took place in the boys who had done well duri ‘pon to-day by the Pre ident o |
are “warm” to the idea of federa- gemilitarized area sout e tt I Our Own Correspondent the year. the Manati Sugar Co, a Cuban
7 : * ? F qdemuita zed area oum of ”
ne thi ; Si 7 et : 4 . enterprise
tion. During this debate, he says, goa of Galilee he id. Colonel ANTIGUA, Dec. 24. a Etkcal Mepastiente. ob ate
no dissenting voice was raised in Taxis, who is Chairman of the At 8.00 o’clock on Saturday . wi 1 aa ve i ; ‘aha
objection to the need of federa- . . ; a tiae 4 a ~ 1 s annual meeting of ocl:ho.ders o
tion Israeli-Syrian mixed armistice 20th December at St. Johns Shopkeepers Rush _ the Company said that the com-
o commission wag investigating re- Cathedral the Rev. John Albert . e



At the end of this debate, he pan) had investigated the mat-

ports that an Israeli police patrol! Thomas of Birmingham, England,

recalls, the House recommended ‘va, attacked at dawn yesterday i the “Rev Eric Llewellyn Into Bridgetown

that a conference of representa- An Israeli. spokesman saic

G . 9
. mi id Payne of St. James, Barbados, | \
tives of the Caribbean legislatures « * oe . . ~ sami Met Mere : . - —
she ne the col a yang of irregulars unc cover were ordained Priest, by the erchants of food provisior > . )
toe 1 coe ' % “Tk sei a ete of medium machine guns” attack- Right Rev. Ervin Swift, Bishop Stores in the city said yesterday R oad Acc ide nt
mdon K “gin nex ; 5 : = . ’ ’ ‘ i alee elie
April. At this prelimin vas confer- ‘“ police but were repulsed with of Puerto Rico, under the Mandate that they have never seen shop

no Israeli casualties. of the Lor rchbishop of the Keepers rush to the city a Monda The motor lorries A-107 ownec : aha ‘
The spokesman claimed that West ’ ord] yAychb t morning for so much goods as yes- and driven by Arthur Dickson, BRAND OF PHENOTHIAZINE
the attack was made by Syrian The Rev. Thomas was trained terday. ind E-232 owned by Broome

: e
The demilitarized zone a na saat baie . All along Roebuck Street, coun- Brother of Speightstown and { | It
the Sea of Galilee ha Bt the Brothe rhood of St, Paul, try lorries and those owned by driven by Jasper Jordan ¢ ollided con TO S worms in ou r
} . Barton, Yorkshire, and is curate iarahante lied boln side f the t Mil L Guestee Peter
puted by Syrians and f St Anthony in Montsefrat. a si s 0 a ile & Juarter, St. ete

since the end of fighting in Pales-/ ihe Rev. Payne was trained at ‘O14 awaiting thelr goods to be ,ubout 4 o'clock yesterday eve- . OBTAINABLL. FROM A, S. BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS) LTD.
















ence it was pr
out the many defective points in
the Rance Constitution, which the
House felt should be thoroughly
revised. Mr. Barrow believes that
this shows definitely that “Barba-

posed to thresh



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race 6 tine in 1949.—U Codring ‘lined. Barhaies: « delivered. hing.
—— 2 Se Eee Occ iare nee aces i Re Colle * Barbados ay One shopkeeper from the coun The vehicles were travelling in
ES KH = : curate of St. Johns Cathedral, try told the Advocate yesterday opposite directions at the time of A product of Imperial Chemical (Pharmaceuticals) Ltd
Antigua, hat some of the country shops ; ’ ; eae BS
‘ During his. brief visit to were opened. aot EY tn Mes d a ys colt “taht nA at ea eae pot a subsidiary company of Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd
- | Antigua the Bishop of Puerto ing the two holiday and. mans 5- aa . + ' dip dernaeel . 4 hile
wy ~ ; | lec was a guest at Government people who ran short of food sup- 4} © platforn of the oiler loRry
Cc ye’ 5 Touse, plies got their requirements réeeived slight damage | iestoneshiehibainiicetancaiiecsilnmesbticiaihealiieitbaliitasentatithesnensittate-sipmmncanisngen
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BARBADOS ea ADVOCATE Bright. Slick Booming... (if, WHAT A HOWL. =r

pa Sse Lesaaeed NOW, QUITE SUDDENLY, THE ARAB CITY OF CASABLANCA !S

NEW YEAR KESOLUTIONS
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DOCTOR BOMBARD sier “shot Fhonptae Se CEpUns Aes Exploitation WASHINGTON
ase ‘ Pestinstat ie Sain sansa aie Choad That is the immediate reason . - aye /
THE arrival in Barbados ‘he day before ; tt " ahianat io 7 or the Morocean flar®-up But PRESIDENT TRUMAN has had many a
- : 1 lly the ‘re < ° a F
Christmas Eve of the French scientist | » the susod 4 When You Probably oe lye ae prose Mig 8 slap since he started runniny, the country.
Dortor Bombard is now known to millions : Secon tit a Last Heard Of The peanon, we Ont stretches ail} But few have been so hard as that delivered Prosperous
of newspaper readers throughout the fortress city, the Arab Me: Place’... oe varsiacmee ae New. York. PY Seven members of the Wage Stabilisation
world. Barbados which Christopher cid rag eee, a" @ NINETEEN HUNDRED My f i Pierre, driving m2, Board who resigned recently.
é é $ ine ' nlit boulevard of NINETEE? Lit 1 rienc ie ri 2m s
Cc in lever scovere é ac ia yg ¥ richest slonia i tie AND FORTY - THREE ircund Casa a few weeks ago, s : ing of N
olumbus never discovered has achieved ance’s richest color ial city te ‘lun ‘Gusiintten aah | told pan Whar Boney They sent Mr. Truman a stinging letter ew Y ear
a renown which will never be forgotter : ate f French citizens, In mid-J Winsto! rebuke for submitting to the miners’ demands
¢ uy ni you must rat the celluloid mid-January ston J : : “
in human history. The island neglected asablanea. Bogart has never heen Churchill and President “When the Americans came’ for more money, and described the remnants TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
i Ch aan Cc n il al here ny Roosevelt met to talk here to build their bases,” he f hi y> k d
2V nristopher Columbus will always be r it the “(nea’? strategy 4 “un- said, “they exp*cted one Arab to of his programme to keep wages an rices >
remembered as the island on which Doctor nap that counts—a sacha conditionat surrender" do ihe work of one “Amneriean. under sonnel as *hatherar wae sham a a gree
Bombard landed after spending sixty-five aon Cement City,” bright, L id as th Fren tute tee amie mockery.” WILKINSON & HAYNES Co., Ltd.
€ an alter § } , 2 Sixty- Lic k, and bo ing—booming with a n mid-January at year rench authorities made an officia
days at sea, fifty-three of which he passed | 4meri ws and the mineral S ee call- | protest they told us frankly:| hey said, too, political expediency was : Successors To
th ¢ . ther | ies nq oO lemot wealth ed Casablanca was That's just colonial exploitation. s . . oF ‘
without tasting otner than sea food. hat tur it into the richest first seen in London We work on democratic principles behind the President’s decision (it raised the ec; S. PITCHER & co.
Strouds Bay beach which until now was ind greatest port of North Africa. cinemas, Humphrey and we are going to pay fairly.’ a f
ek. eine qihe on: Cate deamiesile Down slong the main ‘stre Bogart and Ingrid Berg- Sa, 1 pe Do va sarge Foss eR 6d, - re = - i Phone 4678, 4687 BECKWITH STORES
; at 7 : ' , : he Rue de la Gi ¢ where the man starred in it. Americans discovered that ‘seven and adde e canno subscribe to e
will, so long as human memory lasts aie oe ae ee "eae —_ of Arabs do the work of one Amer- theory that this Government should sacrifice — ee
5 TH rmhere ‘ , i 1e Hue de la Paix, only cheaper ican and the cost of their air
be calli mbere x 7 will be ot the shoe-shine Arab boys speak Today 60,000 live — oe “ial bases wile consequently phenome public interest to hooliganism.”
to millions who have never heard ood American, nodern city, port and industrial enally above their budget. With . 5 ;
of Brighton or the Lido Dostas And if you do not (Want a shoe- acea pouring its factory smoke exuki rae Sams they atetat Arab The RESIGNATIONS leave the board—it
arls 4 ine t mbit “y » hac Z imes yer > we :
Gissiktan tan chaoui Waxbudse co tha vase hine he next ; am wt _“Diyou beck 1608 me eulee the weet Bian ry "the Areb we is supposed to have 18 members—without a
3 Q e 5 > me ina go s 1 50, , on ; is
Quaint old oo sh buildings? <3 vied ae —* h ,@ ment cient @uoruM and 12,000 cases to consider.
No one has ever done what he has done ‘es—the City Hall, less tt R Phare is a New Medina how SRowcer, Witch ls Brey Oy tl
. y » tess than 25 44 on the outskirts there are *° 82 Arab labour2r, and (2) the} What happens now? The angry members
before and no one is likely to do it again. years old, and on § : & sense of a material and powerful

who resigned think that strikes lie ahead,

Glamour? Yes, in the chromium 'einforcements to the Arab popu-
| for they said Mr. Truman’s action “is an im-

Those who have seen ‘the rubber raft lation, waiting to move in, They @ly against the Frenc oh,

inemas





L’Heretique now on exhibition at the Wealth? Absolutely — bursting te living meantime in a_ place . ok setae ;
Hart : 1 Poli Headouarter in | ae uit everywhere in great i ainnae aon Bidonville—literally trans- A Clue plied invitation that a union need only
arbour o1ice eadquarters ay uper-modern concrete . i+ sted “tin town’ because it has oe . a
; mcrete apartment ; : Yes, this is indeed a sad story threaten a paralysing strike to break Gov.
Street will agree that it would be hazard ouses; in three miles of wharves peer hammered out of American among allies? But it is as my P ysing
ous to make a sea trip in it from Barbados at will double themselves in the Petrol cans. friend, Pierre, a typical average €rnment policy.”

ext three years; in 1,000 millior The first spark that has carried jy "CE ‘renchmé to r a i
\merican dollars going into ae the flame of fanatical nationalism oroccan Frenchman told it SO MANY bank workers are embezzling

eat atom-bomb bas and in qa through the Medinas and Bidon- mt is a story with more than one that the bankers have formed an as-
fanaiig American force greater ‘He, has come fromm lax! Pris one sia; no "daubt:, Fut it ex sociation to protect themselves, and try to
ogether mummy ane’ pole unionist leader Ferhat Hached, ee why the French are ut Ot work out a fiool-proof prevention system.

Tin Town ide Tee teat Tachend wen mnseered et Abies: ‘Last year, one bank in every 20 had an em-
AND now the red flame of ' ae wl c It is a clue to the intolerant

by the French colonialist secre’ . Sa rl bezzler, and the reenta rate ven
ommunist-exploited nationalism militia “The Red Hand.” Secret attitude of the French towards ; buat 43? + ee

to St. Vincent. Few persons would dream



of crossing 2,700 miles of open sea in it.
This Doctor Bombard claims to have done
and to make it more difficult, he subsisted
for fifty-three days (until he met the
Arakaka) on fish and other sea food. To







the ‘ordinary. individual a journey “act licking through the boulevards — what Sey contider an unnentien : higher this year. From 1934, 105 banks have
e orc ary ndaua é ourney across t t Don et A Bike id . . sentimentality towards politically
' - J . 4 Li t iris-in-Africa, Why and Tunisian and Moroccan lenitateinns North Aisinaite ; been forced to close because of embezzlement
the Atlantic would seem eventful enough ee asta a tionalists had already met in : she Losses:
in a raft like Doctor Bombard’s but to om the ‘Old Medin “Thirte London last October at the Inter- It is a clue, too, to the reason

» t I na, iirty ne

a he Ok y rational Congress of Peoples, behind the knives and the bombs, | FORGERS as well as bank clerks are £0-

irs ago it was all there was of presided over by Mr, Fenner
ablanca — a little Arab port Brockway 1 )

ith a 12,000 population,

anyone intent on proving that persons lost

the harsh.reality behind the tinsel img to find life tougher. A firm in Rochester,
at sea could survive for longer periods

hime Seas weit aid andar oe —LEs. |New York, after 15 years of research, has)

a a ae eee Bere : ae Paar a cheque which blossoms with};

Gin 1 “void” markings when anyone tries to work
A P & C A 19 52 on it with an ink eraser.

iv « eron 0. oD AS the Supreme Court prepares to con-

sider the separation of white from coloured

Brush-QOft ‘i children in American schools, about which

education leaders have complained for

years, word comes from the Southern States

—THE WAY WE SNUBBED TRADERS IN GERMANY LONG AGO in which Negroes make up 29 per cent. of

than was currently regarded possible the



purpose of a diet of sea food is immediate-
ly apparent. The doctor has assured the
world that he has crossed the Atlantic
from Las Palmas to Barbados in the raft
which anyone in Barbados can inspect at
the Harbour Police Headquarters. He is
emphatic that he did not touch the emer-
gency rations which he carried with him
in a sealed tin and which he says he dis

IT Cw 1 ig 1 : i , wi i i
citaanel BAdbd ia drowd ‘of: abbut: tw a * nay Roars After. P Itt Ky Willi Harkley hereafter—what will the Empire the population, that they will fight to main-
es : shat Chama tontite : 1 3 re iain ar @y trading position be? \tain segregation.
hundred persons at Strouds Bay Beach ire tr Thevther by te ft ef. The E It is being decided at the con-| ¥AROLD LLOYD, the silent-movie come
: . . : aue i ar ef- S Le i ‘ [rence 2 ; 5 - J -
immediately after landing. Doctor Bom enc eitpearec he Empire Economic Con- ference held in London. space 2

, ference met twice to talk The late Socialist Gove . i fi i i > js

_in 1932 the sudden increase in about trade—in committee. threw away our freedom. "eaten dian, finds at Siete to make BASES Y: by dust
LS tar in had_ killed Canadian What it decides can affect our the General Agreement on Tariffs ing-off his old pictures than by making a new
xports to the States. An Impe- lives for the next twenty and ‘Trade (GATT for short) it one—which he promised to do three years
al Conference was held that year years, bound us to the same lunacy as ‘ ili :

n Ottawa. The Canadians turned the ‘treaty with the Germans 280 He is now compiling a full-length fea-

» Britair ‘ :
oe German imports than on Uniteq Which, we ended half a century ture of scenes from comedies he made be-

bard has frankly confessed the feeling of
absolute hopelessness which overwhelmed
him from 13th November to December 10
when he lost all sense of direction anal






g i £ > spe >was “ave ra I ar st ti s r . “4 =a OAT 2 7
had no idea of the speed he was travellins aeaars, SOT o _trapped into Kingdom imports. It sounds luna- 28°; GATT whittles down existing tween 1918 and 1939
Such an experience is not easy to put into Senta T ld eee Sea tic, but there it is. : preferences and forbids any new n an . .
is ata : See oe : pha Won ats ee as in Canada — und Lib yy. Prefereces. ALTHOUGH everybody seems to be try-
words but anyone who has been becalmed ttawa at the tir The confer~, , if a a eral Gov The Question 9 :
” : . ‘ nee was the most secre , affair CrBment, if you please appealed s ing a: rs ; .
*$ in a schooner off these islands for some + Ph dir egal Moretive altar : ng to make a mystery out of who paid for

tinable. M ara | eae , to our Tory Government to gid What will the Tory Government ' ,, : ; a i
' trot if a ateconaeed + aa et this treaty. We refused Canits do? Mr. Ronald Russell, Tory General Eisenhower's Korean trip, there

he time of the day. faced the wrath of Germany. M.-P. for South Wembley, a tower seems no doubt that it was made at Govern-

She cleverly drove a prairie Of Strength in the Empire Prefer- ;
Mr, Malcolm MacDonald was W880 through the treaty, She €nce movement, says to me: “It is ment expense—something more than 47,500
eputed to keep us informed of “ecided to give a preference in the party line to free ourselves dollars (£17,000).

days will have some idea of the wretched
ness which accompanies lack of motion at
sea even when land is in sight. To be lost
in the middle of the Atlantic on a raft and
to go on eating raw fish and drinking rain
water requires qualities of courage which
few of us would claim to possess. These

Bedspreads
Net Curtain

vhat was going on, He beeame her market to any ccuntry which from the restrictive clauses of i
expert in telling us nothing FUt no duty on her exports. GATT.” | It was revealed to-day that President Tru-
‘ree times a day that he has The only countries in the world , Mr. Lennox-Boyd was a power-'man ordered the Defence Department to
eld high rank in diplomacy ever Which filled that bill were Britain ful abolitionist as a private mem- |. 7 ; “ thi
says and New South Wales (nct yet ber when the Socialists were in 8lVe General Eisenhower anything he
ederated in Australia), power. He was in a position to wanted.”
The end In vain the Germans screamed help implement these pledges ‘
at an affront. Where they paid When he went to the Colonial THE people who make whisky legally are
a_tariff of £1 we thereafter paid Office in this Tory Government. sg worried by the activities of thdse who
\7s. 6d. In the next ten years He was whisked away to Trans- v
South Africa, Australia and New Port.
Zealand followed Canada’s lead. - }
We freed our hands in 1899 by @dvocacy have proved an em- . 5
Mr. Bennett (Prime Minister of Tepealing the German treaty. barrassment if he had stayed? pre coms (24-169, $4, .)& gation. tof dollars
‘anada) “To help us sell our . But for another 20 ye: from The 1952 Moral | (£2 2s. 10d.) to keep them from bankruptcy.
eef to you are you prepared to 1899 to 1919—Britain was content THE Socialists develop a quite

vut a tariff of 4d. a lb. on Argen- to receive a preference in these different attack on Imperial} WOMEN in Washington are trying to find

qualities of courage and endurance Doctor
Bombard must possess in full measure
and all Barbados is proud that so brave
a man should have landed on its: shores
Doctor Bombard on the other hand has
been profuse with expressions of apprecia-
tion of the hospitality and friendliness
which he has received from all Barbadians




The veil was rent for me only
nee, My information was that

great Imperial Conference
pened in private in some such
erms as this:

---materials = a choice



make it illegally that they are appealing to
? Would the strength of his the Government to cut taxes from 13 dollars

selection to sive your
home a New Wear Look.




Oa ieee eet so ‘ ih / ine beef?” Empire markets, to the immense Preference. Mr. Hugh Gaitskell’s :
with whom he has come into contact, He Mr. Baldwin (Prime Minister advantage yof cur expert trade, line is that it no longer matters, |@% answer to an old social problem. 7 7
has offered to the Royal Barbados Yacht , So Britath) lat nas neers without giving a penny in return, “We Favors OF it tape. is pepcucted It is the kid glove question—should the CRETONNE —... seein eee e nee $1.89
Wo . ag sn fie . — . e « question would no de asKe ry 4 ~ »y he Ministry o o be y : . . - ~ ~ - “*
Club the flag which he flew on the top of his t this time.” ; The 1903 Story purchase and by quota arrange |/@dies remove their glove as they queue to}}}} CHENILLE BEDSPREADS ................-- 19.85

nian aa a - . “THE Prime Minister: f the ; :
‘ing _V a4 n o conf ice » momen oO he ents é ar av imi- e sw i
small mast during the voyage and would Finis to conference the moment Goon ies respectfully urge on His ments that tariffs have no im-|shake hands with the President.

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like the Barbados Museum to accept the uit mt Pg vat areweo St Majesty’s Government the ex- gg ee to say we are a Socialist | AUthorities differ. A White House spokes-

7 : : y i o hopes of cut- ace s is ay we are ¢ cid . x

raft L’Heretique after it has been shipped ng cur joints in our own Empire. pediency of grenting "4 _~ oe State in perpetuity. man says: “It’s kinder to keep the glove on RE iy lyse eile Wivees cee cease pase toss 1.57
Nia SR oe siete nie ; Ve scorned our friends and re- ,*" pees Cane reatmen It is mere party megalomania. Sate : .

to France where the experts can examine a pos diwe 46 sa for. t@ the products and manufactures Quite a short emea ot poHpatis to restrain the grip and save the hand of TAPESTRINS | hci teeta Ny levee from 5.00
it thoroughly and report on its condition. gner. of the Colonies, either by exemp- tion and abundance would sweep | the President.”

: , : All we get is a row of cocked ton from or reduction of duties the State trader clean out of the :
An offer such as this reflects the generosi- et ait Parke othe iouen: now or hereafter imposed.” enavieat ' But Carolyn Shaw, arbiter on social cus-
ty of mind and heart of the man who made no. ané his boast that in our , Such were the terms of a resO- Thus Socialism seeks to per-|toms and editor of the Social List of Wash-
it and the Museum authorities should ‘xtremity he acquired Britain's lution passed in the year 1903. In petuate itself. For. if freedom is | ; xt is “It’s friend

’ : ae ast investments in his country @!! these 20 years the Empire got restored to the market we shall be ington, says “It’s more friendly to take the

make evety effort to secure an object or nothing. “ nothing but a dusty answer from left powerless ta direct Empire | glove off.”
which every visitor to Barbados will want Tae Seed aceer Tee Set er wrede. 00 out mie Common- |
: e y “. a , - s ' i ‘i The 1897 Plot — ae ae oa a aes wealth advantage unless the Gov- |

o see and whic a arbadians wWli ce syste vhich perpetuated ernment recovers its fiscal free- e
redard:with special. pride... Dector Bom- | 0°, back 2 bit Subther, to the same wae ties, socigions foment endl Wo ‘at hers and ons
eg specie , nw ee ir 1897. We had-a treaty with The 1972 Query We should shake off GATT
bard’s stay in Barbados will be very brief. sermany, dated 1862, by which IF the Colonies as they were, as we shook off the Germans half fl y f BOAC

oR it at do no -for France } promised that we would never the self-governing Dominions as a century ago, \ or )

_ 7: spe Perey for France. vis ilow the Colonies (as they were they are, were to turn away from | We should then be back where .
New York. He has spent a happy and alled) to give us a peseenm us now—could you blame them? I started, 20 years ago, with the By JAMES STUART

ia Ste v4 se onic : We had promised Germany that How often do you have to reject task of creating an Empire trad- "
cheerful Christmastide among friends and e would never allow Canada, for the proffered hand? ing Semmnity ell te be clrried! Tritish Overseas Airways now have two
he is enthusiastic about the kindness of xemp!e, to put a higher duty on Twenty years hence, 20 years out, —L.E.S. ; a Eres om” ¢
the Barbadians he has met. Barbadians < ; Frese Le MEE Toei gn os a. of fathers and sons among their
iP ; ’ : - ying crews
will not want to see him leave the island =~ yinj .

; 4 y : “ ”
without due honours and will certainly unr ea Crs ay 2 Captain L, V. (“Buddy”) Messenger, ace
want some public recognition to be made ° er a me See a oe Atlantic pilot, and his son First Officer Peter we .

; “Go S » Man!” snimals and fishes, 8,000 differ- 81d a.) wih gation canals and) yrocssenger, w for s i - ; ; , ray iat
of his visit . oP South Youn Man ent specimens of wild birds, a live Rood tale ve ond their aA ] ci 9 : th ar sores bese had been the d ORE ENJOYABLE wil Ww COLD BRAL
3 : . i To the Editor, The Advocate-— Zoo in the Botanical Gardens nan canals or moving the cut only father and son combination, are joined COCKTAILS
The luncheon which His Excellency the SIR, U.S.A, exporters are which are 180 acres in extent) the Canes into the factories) and their by the Costers .

Aides Governst ia atving th Dr. Bom- earning that only reciprocal im- wide streets and avenues—many Wéll-equipped factories—is very} ~+ f ° COCKTAIL PARTY SPECIALS
‘ ag ’ er wo ea , . orts into the U S.A. can pay them with tree-shaded central pedes- much ‘worth wa SHARP Radio Officer Albert Coster, 50 years oid:! TEMPTERS Genes Vurkeys. ;
»ard’s honour today and which will be at- | (in real money) for their exports trian-ways for persons on fowt— , cule ' : : Nhicke Ducks

’ A ‘ +5 a ; 28 Officers Quarters has be 7 ey Chickens, ucKs,
"e ii a versed the splendid markets (thronged ’ nas been flying 18 years, and reckons that Col ni i
tended by compatriots of the g Pe : : ~ , Garrison, ying 2 ’ nloured Onions, _| Lamb Legs.
| Maybe, a good way » encourage } Ss ix re [ sve : 7. > a) Me

scientist is a fitting recognition o lis. eet eer ot et et with) SAR ARS ares ax ‘different oy F he has covered three million miles. His Cheese in Pkgs. Frozen Fish.
stien is a fitting recognition of adi ong ay t and 10Or Y races) the eager, busy, live atmos- 93.12 : ‘ Frozen Peas.
tinguished visitor ourists t 1¢ to paahee os is for phere of the town—all are most *”° Pree Control 26-year-old son, John, is now flying as an) Prunes, Frozen Strawberries
a een Petr Barbadians to visit their Carib- interesting, instructive, stimulat- riee Centro ain Lima Beans. .

bean neighbours, establish me ing; and a visit would be infor- To the Editor, The Advocate, Engineer Omics in Comet ee. Cashew Nuts. Succotash,
tacts, and facilitate a reciprocal mative as well as a change and SIR,—I have observed that the a : . Corn Kernals
= i lie tourist tr S relaxation; while if you have the majority of shopkeepers regard Sausages, Asr. Tips. ;
SERETSE KHAMA s sp 8 ds in ia A pig or oi time and Opp er nene to visit the Price Controls merely as an act of AIR MARSHAL Sir John Boothman,' Anchovies, feckinae Dried.
. , Colonies freely admit that Barba- jnterior, a completely: new vista increasing the “price of com- > . Cranberry Sauce.

IT looked as if the long drawn-out story “a ; pleases epot for a Vaca unfaide tiaelf, en I 51-year-old air chief at the Ministry of Sup- Anchovy | Paste. Red Currant Jelly.
of Seretse Khama would end last month | 0% ‘that vou on a a , It o we mate Site te get The Price Control Office has ply, has just been elected Vice-President of Lobster Fruit Puddings.

2 a. 9)5 sen . am o j Eric s here to make a Sita real there. ai ane takes y ° : : . . =e - — pointes
when a khotla” was held by en Dee B- | sucee eas b salen te in 150 mine fairly seen it fit to reduce the|the Royal Aero Club in place of the late} Lobster Paste, LIQUOR DEPT
wat Oo choose ¢ new c , > sal Wher \ ,eorg wn : ~e > i 5 > : ;
wato to choose . - w capt a : tT abe! n Georgetown, utes—a smooth, pleasant trip. — * Gear ase the tormer Colonel W. C. Devereux. Sir John was the| Anti Pasto F
autnorities hopec tnat with us electio British Gu ecember, my i . : s é | Dubonnet. ss :
the name of Ser tse would soon be forgot- friends there i me why so . You can also go by 'plane from higher prices, jman w ho won the Schneider Trogtey in 1931. Tooth Picks. Samternes baa

: _ . ”e ew B i * spend a hol- Georgetown Yo Kaiteur Falls and | * ' ; i Li mi
— But their | ope wert Ee o d n Briti pe aS ' watiien” in, Abie eae day. These _ IN as much as there are Price | Cheese Biscuits. cla mr
1en the tribe met the majority said that te imit that -Fire Geor Fall ire a World's Wonder and Control Inspectors, condensed! = p»nys v7 . | : i + an ant

there could be no chief so long as Serets¢ | town, British . had much well repay a visit. milk is being sold at (34) thirty-| 1tREE times as many motorists are fly- eh ee areas ‘Saas
was alive. The “khotla” dispersed until o offer visitors h was unob- advice to 3arbadians—of tae peice - tin. i svete shops | ing their cars across the Channel compared sai ah a een CNTR Dry Sack. :

> ploughin son < over ‘ ha nable eisew sexes and all ages—is to visit > price tag on e shelves for i Sis és a | Viell .

me = hit 3 8 is ( ~ But there I on sas ak = Crier, You can learn this item is thirty-four cents for with last winter. | PHONE ee Same.
diseussed the affair calmly : tl ar es . +e ry —, pon at Pre The 50 per cent cut in the air ferry rates Creme de Menthe.

s ss t ulti aiml nh » Was ) ir ating; vn lan g te. . nit’ ile or . ‘am ‘ oti
recurrence of past disorder and ill-temper, the new M ir el ur sugar technologist k But if this re the onlv pro-; 2%! the summer holiday boom was over GODDARDS Worthington Ale
and as time ve on the memory of eresting and ! . imit that a visit. to their ae offe ieee cone have has meant much heavier winter traffic, and| i Guinness Stout. —

. 3 ay - as Seas tia es plantations—14 been al t no need for dissatis-|,. om - tee : ss ae ‘sg . :
Seretse may ge B ne xt spring the tribe ’ miles more in area faction among housewives about 1,500 cars have been flown over the y WE DELIVER Grebe feesia tines tvs old)
may decide to acc the inevitable. i microcosm — t > with their own railways for OPPRESSED. Channel in the last two months—L.ES, "ye tes







TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Good Understanding With Latin |

America Would Benefit West Indies &
W.1. Must Follow | |

CASUARINAS INT
Events In O.R.LT.

It is very important that the Caribbean Area Division
of the Inter-American Regional Organization (O.R.1.T.)
keeps itself fully acquainted with what is taking place in
the Organization, Mr. L. J. Marcano, Secretary of this

Division said yesterday in an interview with the Advocate.
Mr. Marcano arrived here oA



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"/ Whatfinervalue could
there be? . . . wonderful
nylons by Aristoc

Ae precious es pearls, os abry as bubbles, surprise

Hat Thief Jailed
For Five Months

Sentence of five months’ imprisonment with hard
labour was yesterday passed on 36-year-old labourer Liv-




























ingston Shorey of Sealy Hall, St. John, by his Worship | Here come magical Aristoe aylons to lightem yeur
tay Sree Trinidad where he Ss, S, Pro Ss { Mr, E. A. McLeod, Pelice Magistrate of District “A” when step, created for you by « specialist company
Ze meena Cottey beeen ro spec or he pleaded guilty of stealing four Wilson hats valued at which makes nothing but fine stockirgs There's
ary gress o nm " sick .
the Inter American Regional Or- A hie Sas ce W ith £701 ve the gph arty ot F. Harrison & Co te. ‘ | a ahade to mateh your every mood and dress
ganization of Workers held in Rio ag I riyv es 1 1 fan -. rosectin Poy hike. 4 < oor a Sh aes ly ° | te perfection; as for quality, what could be
de Janeiro from December 12 to \ King ttached Central ._ ae ; i ore | finer? Try « few pairs for yourself —and then
a (; “% t Ca ‘Station prosecuted for the STOLE SHEEP ssehiseaaaiia
He said that there were more enera rgo Police. Shot pr was “oo me es - nner
than 160 representatives attendin Siskit hindned tb f a! we ented . His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, that such masterly
ites ; ere ig rundrec s of generé dn) * ‘ eat . Acting Police Magistrate of Dis sookt .
2 Se em there Nic cargo arrived in the colony on , 7 a Greenidge rict “A” yesterday fined 31-year _
$ Caribbes eee atives of the board the 3,624 ton Harrison line oper gf the criminal oe wrpénter Prince Harris o oe tase
= “a ean area, they conridered steamer Prospector which called Bene Court that Shorey had Sve pisck Rock, St. Michael £8 to be]
: themselves fortunate in having the on Sunday from London. ? as Convictons and on the. cid in 14 days or one month’
opportunity of attending. It was The Prospector also brought a ee Serres h wea Aned & Pe nt with herd lab vt for
true that the work done at the shipment of cars and unloading re See Mav ao tha Marjori stealing a sheep from Lloyd Gibb
Congress concerned the Latin began yesterday. General cargo ‘Sat. M ae ay io pee ee I ember 29.
American Countries principally, included foodstuffs and medicines. ore at Secs x4 eta i Peat th ‘ Sat. Alleyne of Céntral Polic
but those countries were coun- Captain H. T. Wells is in command sty alone Tuder Strent station prosecuted for the Police. |
tries with plenty of prospects tor of the Prespector which is con- we oh oe ; y eee oes oes eA iarris Was not represented ! the aristocrat 0, of stockings
the future and likely to play a Signed to Da Costa & Co,, Ltd. hat box under his arm. He asked bbs told the Court that on
leading role in the world of Tri de 10,000 BAGS OF POTASH. him what it contained and where December 29 he left his sheep in |
Union movements. Ten thousand bags of muriate of he got it from, Shorey r ed to 4 fleld When he returned ;
t sé ags ‘ r it











+ ah Maries . f i n afternoon he found |}
If the workers of the Caribbean potash were being landed yester- ee bu Mie entral Police S tw missing. He reported the |
can Keep on a good underswnauig day from the Saguenay Terminate c r H gape cae Y iy ig ~ matter to the Police A
with the Latin American browers, ©teamship Sunamelia which arriv- hime the box i Peep Mee Police Constable Foster who ar-
there is every possibiuty that ed from London on Saturday. ‘The hit ae hen opened at rested Harri8 said that after tt 2- 7
when the natural wealth of these . aaa een ees brought entral ry ‘fda Station Teen tht yi ; sheep was found in the possession | 5
. he a ah ung @ . 5,459 bags of Portland gagment and ; heyy ted sere. 5 r . . hec } AB ~%
countries _ be ing explored, this 168 bales. ot Wallbe rd Foodstuff four Wilson hats which were val- of H ny ei a ae aon x hy :
area would benefit. My a ee ey ve ss 7 7 arr other as to ether she
He said that for one, unem- included 35 cases of cocoa, 365 ed’ at 4 AD t given him a sheep sometin
p 3 bags of split-p 48 bags of Pear! : =n OK T ick. Harri’: her told bh hat
yme nies: -etlone 5 3 > CASE STRUCK OUT. | k arriS’ mother told him that
hia ve relieved tn hte Mtge barley, 300 bags of potatoes and
> e over é y ove oi

he never gave him a sheep

200 bags of onions. Footwear and Their Honours Mr H A Harris in a statement to the



development on the part of Lat







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medicines were also included in Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H. Hans- Police said that his mother had ite au :
America, . the ship’s cargo. Mster of the chell, Judges of the Assistant Court given him the sheep which’ wa a
Approximately 25 countries were Sunamelia is Captain Hans Chris- THESE TWO tourists from the “Empress of Scotland” take an@nterest of Appeal, yesterday struck out for identified as the property of Lloyd |
represented at the Congress, Be- tiansen and it ‘is consigned to in the casuarinas around the Information Bureau at the Baggage want of jurisdiction the case in Gibbs. | Baa
sides the United States of Ameri- Plantations Ltd. Warehouse yest orday morning. which Leon Layne of Montrose, 4
ca and Canada, other counuies NORTH-BOUND VOYAGE. = te CAP Se ore Tt epee nee

Christ Church was charged with IM? ROPER) LANGUAGE,
were Brazil, Costa Rica, Cubs, Ss eee oe

7 inflicting bodily harm on Wilbert
M ~ onezuela Argentina The Canadian Cruiser was f Oo 1 B us Chase with a knife on April 29 this. 1” the Assistant Court of Appe: al
Chile” gee’ me along another arrival on Saturday, from r r J iy ) = siregtcbesnee Arty an "Y yea'erday, Their Honours Mr. H. A
Uruguay The other i nbaan teil Trinidad’ on its north-bound voy- ,
tives of the Caribbean Area were

His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn ya han eee A. J # Han *

ge. finec wne £5 to be pa chell fine ‘lairmonte Lavine |

. © "The Cruiser brought 13 passen- ° £ pe he comin pie pale hus driver of St, James 12/- to be |

ae ae aaa ene gers to the island. 20 were intran- I ' ! , |
aze anc ijngaarae uteh

SWAMP-ROOT can heip you

UNHEALTHY KIDNEYS can rob you of all your
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their kidneys healthy — with swamp-roor!
Yes, miraculous SWAMP-ROOT will stimulate
and clean your kidneys! SWAMP-ROOT is re-
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oldest medicine in the world! SWAMP-ROOT

ment with hard labour for the Paid in seven days or 14 days’ in
T, . sit offence but Layne appealed against prisonment for using improper
Guiana) and S. M. Shakoor (Brit- ~ The vessel also brought 1,745 His "Worship Mr. “Walwyn's de- language on a bus he was driving
ish Guiana). Delegates present in- hags of flour, 600 hags of corn- After the ; 7


















































\ \\ ‘ helps you quickly — because it’s a liquid, and
four-day holiday, work on the waterfront cisjn on February 18 this year, but dis- | ¢ ys \ 3 your body absorbs it faster! DON'T NEGLECT
cluded Mr. John L. Lewis, Leader meal, 450 cases of grapefruit juice, Fe ¥ I ‘ . t 7 : ter- missed without prejudice” a case] \ =¢ ) ! } SWAM
: ; ms. cae ; ras resume y rigour ste é ors n the Court of Appeal yester 1 | \e YOUR KIDNEYS! GET DR. KILMER’S SW
of the America Miners Union, 50 cases of eggs and 44 barrels of was resumed W ith vigour este rday. Labourers hustle d to dont Me. PE. T. Beancker ap. brought by the Police charging| \" SWAN \ ROOT TODAY, AND TAKE IT RIGHT AN
and his daughter Miss Catheryn pickled pork, Captain O'Hoera ie finish jobs to which the “holidays’ had put aetemporary °°%) a ro rayne while Sut. E. him with ‘stopping his bus at a| ; ROOT \ .
Lewis, Mr. William C. Doherty and in command of the vessel. Loc»! halt. King of Central Police Station spot where there was no bus stop ’ et
= George = o. oe A mie A ; soe a Gardiner Aus- Many vessels arrived in Carlisle Bay during the long proseguted for th rouse 7 B Pecks ree ee f
yr. ¢ Genbroe enera cS aan . " *holidav’ an le ‘ 1 ) “argo. These. alsc The evidence for TOR e ee eee eat ee ae O- |
Secretary of the LCFT.U War ») DUTCH STEAMER CALLS, h¢ a —_ to load and unload cargo. These, also had tion was that on April 29 while ship _ G. B. Griffith who dis- |
soa Minas aie : ———— ines t ye attended to cr . n Beckl Road with missed the case of indecent lan
body Mersrs. Schwarz and Romu- - - , ; s 1a was 0 seck le oa “ine ae ¢
aldi, both Assistant Secretaries cf jA4ry'ng 9D Satur day night Se earn reer rts. 3 er Careenage, work » girl named Sheila Beckles, guage Skane Lavine Virnons pee A PRODUCT OF KILMER*& CO.
y aa neg alia Ps ewes Wi eing carried out on some tyne got into an argument. / , iudice anc ed h 5/- anc Bat
the O.R.LT. and Mr. George Burt jhe Dutch steamer Oranjestad M: Fx ib 2 d Others laden with muri- at & thi Canaan both men costs to be paid in seven days or |
from Canada which called from Trinidad en Man Pounce Qa ite of potash were berthed near ¢ought in the road and Chasé was seven s’ imprisonment — for
7 . ace route to the United Kingdom. Fair¢ 1 from where UN= cabbed by Layne with a knife topping his bus at a stop where a]
T Opened Conference 11 The Oranjestad brought a Shortly after 11.30 a.m. yes Che “fit Mia to the Gane 1] stop sign was not placed
ne Conierence was Opened D/ quantity of general cargo to the terday the dead body of 38 om ge wi oe : Mr J. ET. B ses aa
‘ . . : . as »bably ospital and there Dr. Scomorock ME. « . jrancker Who ap
the Braziian winisvwr of Labour, island. Local agents for the ship year-old Richard Bovell, a sad Br Fae an on Pa atin aa sine s wound peared for Lavine in the Court of yure ourse
in the nal of tne wunisery of Lt- are S, P. Musson, Son & Co., Ltd. watchman of the Pine Hous were “ wrked all ir ‘the left lumbar region which he Appeal submitted thet the com- Oo
bour. Apart trom Ue aeiegaces ; ing Scheme, St. Michael Was : of th ee a cette said was inflicted with a sharp pPlaint stated that his client used | VY
there were such intecnauonal ¥ SO ere eee found on Upper Collymore uris t fre n the | olnte d instrument such as a knife “inproper” language and there was puZe
‘ ———____—__ — hee 2 ris om voint 3 asak 3
cod pele ect Racy 4 Youre Adding to the r t arrivals BOGe romano, Pusey oe scotland moved off but in his opinion the wound was bo such word When his client @
Labour Attache and the brits oy coli cones Kalkara under year-old chaffeur Reuben Rice on the. organised. sight-seeingeerivial: stopped the bus he had not stopped o
Labour Attache, besides members Captain W. Green from Bequia. oe aren ee tours. Many of the "tourists wer Before striking out the case e nn”
of the public. Kalkara is moored off the Royal the Pubic: Motshaet and at seen in the City stores buying Their Honours said that apparent- On page 6 ¥y
Mr, F. L. Walcott was one of Barbados Yacht Club. 3.30 pm. Dr. A. 8. Ashby items and curios of the island.
the Vice Chairmen on the Execu- Yesterday morning the yacht Se. a : See Rett ; ‘ ‘ r’
tive Board of the Congress. Com- Leander atrived from St. Lucia | Betformed @ post mortem ox O 7,000 empty barrels .were Ionita : . » : ( ood \mas
ve Board Stee BOE ne oes fr the Yacht amination. An inquest has not binant da RE Mena Oh the a i¢ nis pe pn , ; as
mittees formed wer : the ere a joing alkary 0 1e Yacht yet been fixed. aha aR SoG cya a
; ; r 2c 60 oh 6Mr. Club. I} mae. Whe ame
iucias wee ot haved. ‘tiie Eco- port on Saturday Phe barrel Patients of the General Hos- One woman said she had been}
Pate ied | fairs C ait ere ported to warehouse tal d yesterday that they in hospital for a long time and
nomic and Social Affairs Commit- I . O pital sai ay ‘
i , ty “4 3 - and brought good trade to hand . sood Christ s Some iated all that was done for
- . Press and Publicity mpeortation Of Thieves Break tant a. good Chatstas. Some Apt |
| ne Pre an icit; E 7 hie Vé Ss re a cart owners. aid it was the best one they had the patients. She said that ilon
i > ai . t ” \ “ fer spe th friends and the nurses they
“Speaking of my Committee, Animal Feed x ever spent. a skit tae tein eaae
i N i “18 R lution / ) tore P. VU ” enjoyed the festive season
are. ? Soiutions
i ae ec a. Th "e ahaiittind a Animal feed, excluding cocoanut ~ ie .O ast oV fem In the pay wards some of the In the general wards patients
i were appro s or , it a ee et Ee ee acs ; patients told the Advocate that were treated to Christmas music
j Resolution against dictatorship meal, cotton seed meal, wheat and mamaria echt Dr. A. §. Ashby who performed (a enioved everything Mo yy. ut a aalall anak
j countries where free Trade Union tioure may be imported on an open Mr. A. E, Taylor of Hastin post nation o W enjoye ry k Mon id other pecially arranges
} , saci + er reall hal Christ Church reported to the © P® u | of ou relatives and friends usic by the police band They
| is not functioning, one against the licence, ! ; i 5 Nee at ; es a P ted
ve SO i . ne > the Con- Police yesterday that his store a 4 J : brought our presents and postec iid that they fully appreciated
| Peron regime, one against the Au order published in the Con ; e ee anon Publ Mortuary yesterday, : dus pomt=carde for us. Achan WHO: the : Pe at el that
| Junta Militar Government of Ven- trol Office yesterday states that Coleridge on oh Be ME an ea » tribu death to natural cause h > Saaaa in hospital for over i ‘ a th : ait pe hee w ae
j »le 1 rotesting against the “any person may import from any and entere sometime — Ao oh gn Ne aes os , ) é y da ind those o vho were
— orn OS tal te "aadere country animal feed, excluding 9.30 p.m. on Dec. 122 iand) 7.85 p.m. Deni vew Orilean ‘ ~ Ofteen mon hs said that he had able to dance did so. One man
| ae one 4 arte es t ro coconut meal, cotton seed meal, on Dec 24 and article and denly at the General il on -everything he wanted and that id that he had no friend to wish
| in Venezuela, and one promoting Haat. and flour.” money to the amount of $277.63 D' 28 after |} was admitted sit his friends came in at some- |} a merry Christmas but a|
assistance to democratic Govern- neat and f ie : : oy ' t 3.30 p.m née or other to visit him bumuerby. obili red
ments and resistance to dictator- The order will operate only were stolen. .
| “ae es Sete " respect of the type of goods speci- a :
| gp apy ements, fied and which are wholly pro- : rie Ss Hill ‘ NA NBNG WG NG NG NG NB NG WN NN OY NG NZ NG NG NB NG NANG NENG
Mr. Marcano said that the Coo- duced in countries from which ex- Cle vs 1 ee aah ie Gi
gress was sure to bear much fruit ports take place. ‘ , ores r n iit x5 Ga &
} in strengthening the international It is specified that “the certifi- ! all ; of. Pinfold ’ WE TAKE THIS Pod
trade union movement and thus cate of origin of all imports of CO! regia Lan: “wa em
j render the Resolutions adopted such govds shall be produced by ** =e sift @ thi ee pn
more effective: for a strong inter- the importer or consignee, and entered bu othin wa t
national: movement meant closer that the approval of the Financ ial Hadeae Gente a: seatehiian: atid x
co-operation. Secretary must be ee priot ployed by D. V. Scott & Co., re- OPPORTUNI Ty Te) hed
ase Demands to the importation of any such 7 to Ghat the bond house of
weet sane which ‘affect ted goods where payment for such pV Scott & Cay tuated at &
the Cuban sugar workers recently, goods is to be made to a country Park, St. Michael wa z
“On page 6 other than the country of origin. and entered. on. Dec... 26 =|
ae WISH ALL OUR
( ° } e B { i aun hed were stolen . you'll be one of
~ s ; on
1 Q Fis lng oa S saul c Cynthia Goring of Brittons Hill = Ge a wonderful twosome.
oa b
St lichael rey i that goat me ‘ on + TT “ :| :
So far 19 of the new Calvert pounds of flying fish and 88 pounds > ? cad. i n her | CUSTOMERS AN D FRIENDS Ge You'll both be in the best
fishing boats have been launched of shark came into the marke , vard on the night of Dec. 26 a i | designed; bese looking,
at the Reef Beach. These boats Of that amount 300 pounds of <1), ma: Z
were built at the grounds of the flying fish were caught by fish- ° eee —t-e = tes. | best wearing swimwear
isheries Experimental Station, ing boi at _Mariene. RQ or , ti 5
Hii een Sas Sat ee» mets 143 Destroyed & A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR &l rivet
j a 4 e q J
| Workmen are at present pre- the crew ‘of fishing boat Wendola, - oe, | Jantzen has something.
paring other boats for launching which 1s owned, by Mr. Geors During November 143 animats | 3 yan. |
2 » the end of the flying fish Fergusson, injured his hand yes- yuring November 143 animals | ai Ki And you can have it, too,
before the terday when trying to land a dol- were destroyed 100 were buried bo) e , |
seThe first fish to be sold in the phin on board Wendola. at sea, 40 were buried by ae ay GK if you shop soon,
blic Market after tire Christ- The fish hook pierced his hand. owners and three wer bur ied by = ARAGE S|
a “holidays was a 100 pound Shortly after the injury 7. boat a, S.P.C.A, aa, were, Pinions 1a: z
7. oe n sa i é row ne’! Zeach and puppies, cats and kittens, j ;
albacore which was caught yes- landed him at Browne's — Beach f J + ine Ae ee Eee ae asia S vert Thom Limited) ‘
, fi at S and he was taken to the General three donkeys two goats é tS x
terday by fishing boat Spec. : : horse MT ns | ANT
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0.12, 52

DIED
LADDIN—On Dec, 27th

England. After freat

Robert Theodore—ioved hus

Moliy, and Daddy of Blizgabeth
Anthony, Aged 39 years

SHEPHERD—On the 2th December,

1952, at Burnham", Pine



Richard Sisn«
al took place at St. Ph
Chureh on Christmas D:



F. E. Shepherd, F. EF. Rob
M.D pale Ahan 30.12

THAN NKS



BOWEN—We the under gned ¢
return thanks to all who attended tt

funeral, sent wreaths ¢

way expressed sympath ‘with

the occasion of the

&
daughter FEvadney Bowen of
Gap, Culloden Road, who dece,
life on the 33rd December, 195:
thanks to doctors und nurses of Ward

15






iN MEMORIA 1







50,12.52~



MEDFORD- “in 1 oving memory
dear father Ai M
died on December ,0. if
be reme ed b
i l Browne
tolyn } jonca
MEDFORD In toving memor
dear mothe te lle Medit
departed this life on (he 29%
He
Asleep in J peace rest
Whose w r i iprer
Securely sh he he €
Waitin t minor rv
Ever to be
ones and Sisnett Copp!:
RICHARDS—-In_ loving memory
dear fath Johnathan Ricbards
fell asleep on Docember 30. 1



Happy is the dead that dieth



Lord
The Richards fami.y 30.12
KEID—In_ | ng memory of



father Joseph Christopher
died on 2th December, 1944

Home at last, thy labour done

Safe an@ Dlest, thy victory
Jardon passe



Ever to be remembered by

iwife), Mrs. Henry Millar, Co) n, liavea |

nd Maureen ‘children

w iz 2



FOR RENT

HOUSES

TONTAMARAâ„¢, on the



c Fuh furn shed
Fridge and ielcplone “Apply
& Co, 43 Swan, or telephone

30,12. 52—2



FARAWAY. Fully furnished



ftoom house, § Philip coast

plant, Watermill) supp-y. Carport,

Servant rooms. Monthly rent
cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE.
‘76 4.11.52—1 tf n





HEATHFIELD-

he Crane
furnished. Refrigerator leetric
ing. Phone A. D. Herbert 6263







“MANHATTAN.
Ch. Ch., fully ¢
refrig. Dial 3309 Furniture
All modern convenience



24,12,52-—t.£.n,
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NEWHAVEN fully furnished 4 bed-
st Double
ams, Lighting plant,
Monthly rent $7F plus. oi
ieabing Sha iN) ADVANCE

au

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3 Servant 1
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sndeatapnaenencihltitiininliigret:
ROOM-Silverton, Cheapate
5110 x

“ROOM-—Larae, comforwble
“KenworthY, «near Y.M.C A
Street,







———

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE!

The SEE of Herman !
Hill, St. Joseph, for permission to |
at a board |*

y
sell Spirits, it Liquors, &c.,
and shingle@ shop — w.th

attached at Airy Hill, St Joseph.
Dated this 28rd day of December,

To J. R. EDWARDS, Esq,

Police Magistrate, Dist ‘g

HERMAN

sidered at 4 Licens
at Police Coffft, D)



ict “FE

the 6th day of January,
R. EDWARDS

di o*clock, a.m

Polce M trate

After Xmas - - -

THE
CONTEST

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First Prize of

$80.00
TEST PIECE
“I Sing the Birth
To-night.”

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» year are
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Waves, Ez Forte,
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Admission by Programme
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53 Swan Sireet or

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ne 7 or 4611 | ; y
12.12.82~-t.¢.n.| dos .s8 taking a position of active
pm - mie -——-—--- | lendership to press the cause of
Caretete “nity 5. Help?
WV A nd ¢ & To be 1 Malliet s
' ; expressed the
2—4n,| States would lend a hand to aid
AT = | the West Indies in
ee oe Co ei better life. He
RS Nicholls & < Pronetmentioned the plans now under
3825 30.12 in.| way to industriali ne of the
} and cor
AUCTION equipme techni-
---| cal assistance in m of dollars

|UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | °° =0rely neece

Shepherd. His funer













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and Fugene Rowen (Perents
0.12. 52-—In

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¢
by tan tion < ; : also true that aid and assistance
Spirits, Malt L.euor ; m the United States. the United
‘ hing! hop attec 1 t Kingdor ind Canada wil) speed
Four J ad a, Johr the solutic " many difficult
th.s 2fth day of December, 1952. |, le * ;
W. HARPER Esq Pew re Jhuman problems.”"—B.U.P.
Pol'ce Magistrate, Dist c
LARENCE AIMES
for Applicant
upplicatic will be y
ppptication wil be cor Wi, Must Follow
‘ rt, Dstr et 'C” on Monday |
t 4 of January 1953, at Y
| ivents In O.R.LT.
A. W. HARPER |







0.12

MISCELLANEOUS







d BY te. {Union in Cuba to the dock work-
wien. FETS, pr in America and as a result

1 ‘s St et s -

“ae Michsel ithe refused to unload the sugar.

BLANKETS-—-Canadian Baby



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CE FRALS—Co n Flakes, All Bran, Rice
Shreded Wheat

from pain set free end package

Angels now have welcomed thee



30.12 522.

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soever in my name as I do not hold
»f responsible for anyone contracting| He said that he could not say

debt or debts in my name unless by thi > 7, ic
written order. slened by ine, janything about the Economic,

28.12.52—-3n.







a he hoped later to

public are hereby warned against | give a more detailed account of] fg included in every ticket



NE, MURRELL (nee



» Mod: Dress Shoppe,



Broad Street

es

nyone e}

also in tins 6 Ib.
and Canadian Bacon



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JUNIOR SALESMAN by Commission] to pick up a passenger, but an em-
Agents. Apply sn writing to P.O. Box [ployee of the same Company for

$7.4.82—t.f.n.
97 Bridgetown, stating experience if any which his client was working.







details. 0.12.52--3n | Police Constable Springer said



Le aurle Dash & €o., .



assenger on the bus which Lé
LOST & FOL ND ves driving. “Whe n Lavine





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Apply at above address
30.12.52



WAL LET. Betwee m §
dcean View Hotel and Ch

Christmas Eve; dark brown Wallet
amped Finnigan of London with Eng
driving licence (red cover) and
out hundred dollars and other papers
ward 30.12,62—1n

Roebuck Street



Wrist Watches $30.00
Leonard M. Clarke,
James Street

$25 reward sent to any address, giver
turn, intact, of box of cigars taker
om Buckden House on December 2th
95217." 20.12.52—1r

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(The Provowt Marshal's Act 1904





NO’ FICES

- NOTICE

CRICKET TOUR



App icant

N.B.—This application will
is Cmte: to be held
Members of





additional seats a



"The plans will be open to the genege ghest bidder for any sum not unde
appraised value

| that certain piece of Land contain-
« by admeasurement 6,136 sq. {t. s tuate

ODODRDP-PBGDLDDPO DOOD I GHOF

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It's New Year Day.
the bir event is —

ich sel butting and bounding en three
ies on lands now or late of Kensington
nantry and on the Private roadway
nown as Fight Avenue, or however Qo

else the same may abut and bound ap- * 3
Beabeiae telco Ee Bring Prompt Relief From

¢ Whole area of land at SIX HUN- P|
Db TWENTY-ONE DOLLARS BACKACHE

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| wages and the wee orkers Wwe doors both re on-and-off-loading by providing loading space
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public are hereby warned aga‘nst| The Cuban Government detail« appearance, usefulnes y regen. a he
credit to my wife MA? and gener, fer ase manc i Sy
edit ¢t f CARMAN and gene fe to ease Manocuvring in congested areas, and a

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name unless by a written order Division 1953 budget which was

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St. James ‘ is . 4

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fies s: I I blue, green, grey, lilac and rose
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George En O. H. Jo ) Per YOPeneeemunee as .
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Pi I A. J. H. Hanschel B d LW
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| Pireflys; Miss K. 3 " Hopsack
aimee a mente ) Hawkins, O. H. J
PRACTICE FOR TOUR a Keith Me i
STARTS FRIDAY | Bluebotties: Mi C. Park y
rycHi I A H ma SO. ; a 36” wide in wine, navy, blue ni
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eat 4 ne PRINCE PHIL! rtche bow tie and looks anxiously at the ring while pros moter Jack Solomons lean j South Africa ist Inn age eet ———— }
( he ( istn across to o the p n on his right, Photo taken at the Chari prom 1 at Harringay where | Angee Se ae tadete 2 Ton : "
Yea Johnny Willia Britis) title holder knocked out W W 16 stone champi Mstpd. Langley b.Feng .2.. 13 CAVE SHEPHERD CO LID
of Luxembourg i iole 52 &
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mS ne SOC "f ER O \ A tel | gol » "é 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
: SOOUEN ussies ru e y M'12'& 13 Brood Street |
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BOXERS DIE FROM RING INJURIES O / oO] Ie a : oe GNBNGNGNG" NGNBNS
EON AR D eee Sane the 30-year-old ateur boxer who died By MARSHALL. FALLOW - iin mi f ae | Tot ae : ;
L* fer oxi ima club contest 1s th ree SOUTH AFRICA 227 & 388 | sown nime Sie ‘ a
shams x ince the rt atal injuric n rir a \ 1 } ¢ > k > SS ee
Eight of ‘those wl ve died have been amateur D isc i I — oa ° Australia nd ieninge gas “Ba :
A the F al p tes sot il “ee él I : died mee I ‘t h , orrhage roken bone in h ight hand t A U s TRALIA v 13 & (for / W kis.) 131 M c ¥ 1 oad Me 1 | ae ‘ A gt 3
tesi, the Frenct rote ion hyweignt, mM & OFA fe r & im Pus fig a I ett " >] "
two days after fighting the South African Jake Tull at the t Hall treatment i eng .delerr oes on ; = “ o &
Davidson, a featherweight, was fighting in a special four-round contest ummer on the ivice o From Our Own Correspondent }M ; = ¢ #&
for Polytechnic against Harrow. The bout was stopped ir third , t La a Ma . es >> Lim
round when he received a cut eye After the fight he complainet Lof ; MELBOURNE Yec. 29 pa e a
feeling unwell and became unconscious yen “Wort > on . nine June t \ Austra vere stru r to avoid defeat when stumps Total (for 4 wicket 1 bd €asons =
WALES TO PARTICIPATE IN te wate desu r the fourth day o » second Test against | ; INGS GN
MR. HERBERT POWELL, secretary of the Welsh Football Ass He first fe adi lat ee wn after the fourth day of the second Test against | ——— me GREETINGS z
ciation, has announced that Wales will participate in the 1954 World | during England ame Belfa South “Africé a Ei
Cup tournament in Switzerland This is subject, to satisfactory ar-| put paid little attention to it Che match finishe to-morrow | caught off Murray at 76 3 em
rangements being made, and the other home association Engl nd,} Curio eatut } for when vith = Morri McDonald was l.b.w. to Ta a &
Scotland and Ire and also entering y rT ' a H ett and Harvey ut Austra-! Harve fter a liar 12) A Ss ox
FAST BOWLER BECOMES UMPIRE than been upset. In tt mp lia need 241 to win, eeu Watkir ft 3 Vv = P<
AURIE GRAY, the former Middlesex fast bowler Is now fir epresentative matches Lofthou H t He and Mille ] \ P| 4 ae:
=: class umpire. His name, and that of BE. A, Roberts (Herts) sppee ha cored 11 goal aking 31 pe a OATES uate! aoe are HAPI Y = . .
on the list for next season in place of H. L. Parkin (Staff and ¢ 20 appearance or En d Li eaeas nae See er ee Cares Sc ' i W YZ a: Bost Wishes :
7 ‘ 1 . 1 lebut - oe { 11 to 388. Ende 11 ot t ' s rr , ae
Welch (Northants), These are the only changes. Gray made his debu e Football League Sat anata } " ata’ xe N E : 4
pa Middlesex in 1934. During his career he took 637 wickets for ar I on ' A ri ndefeated I re d their reputa- E v Y AR @
average of 25.10 each. His best performance was against Hampshi Mam: Sted are al ed vce ind a i es All = 4
at Lords in 1946. In Hampshir¢ first innings he disn ed Diy ( . ma sit ‘ in, tee u added for Possibl nee for the Lire j .
batsmen for seventeen runs i y Tor a Ccietieaets |. It eh - 5 lis ir Rahn aaa hi si € % opp! es vite To - Wr A ROSPLROUL a
St iE NE gu ) t the ¢ of the! a b Lae t in an attempt to score his two cheap ickets to-day our SS &
ar ie 373. V th only three ins on the shnston menacing on soft pitches 7 s SK
] HE BOXING A f 4 So he _ tal I ove! th poard, \rthur Mor turned ai will be needed in England but FRIENDS x 7953 Hd
A Tr a . 4 sl Aa ( ao co W , me a re 7 ' = ae to ‘War kins and ive yt Australia to & = "
L 1 1 th v i , 1ug at g ip Davidsor voung bowler of a
é 4 trict not far from | ormer 1 three | Ey wicket imbled fror New Souto cus OMERS = &
Brentford ifter t t 34, McDonald Wales de S 4 Lee
By DENIS. HART eae tes S from S
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Zandolph Turpin’s announcement that he wiil have | Millan has found the first-cla The Harbados an , =
a fis shi a month | next year means much to Britis sh bDOXINg b eeag ~ * 1 hi be ie a | ’ antes ¥ * De LEMMA x ] B 1b :
Ht ra ee rear nuke ee @anee! se| DON'TS FOR DRIVER oun. {/E in eae. é
may enable him to regain “the form 1 he Shewe d when ti 1k INZ | down. “T still hope fader & CO. L ° SS mw
the world title from Sugar Ray Robinson ys MeMillar is &
The second is economic, and affects British boxing as . aie now J ‘ k Lee _the tern. Don't ignore ‘Stop’ or ‘Caution’ Signals, whoever 20 Broad St. = Bay St. &
a whole i rae Sakeay with aefiiic ieneas fete sives them, if it turns out to be an unnecessary and at Marine Gardens re 4
A boxer can keep perfectly fit) To Fight Or Not To Fight re a eps Eph signal you have los , and at Marine Gardens = S
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becomes ‘ring rusty’. He loses that,
keen edge to his senses, For the

it appears, is to become monopol- |
animal in the forest it is ijl or be| Jimmy

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naking a strong challer for
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killed, for the boxer in the ring it|Carruthers of Australia, and We ean supply from Stock
is hit or be hit. He must make;former champion, South Afric ee is Football League seers
maximum use of every oppor-| Vic Toweel. tary Mr. Fred Howarth. . 2s
tunity. 7 7 Having lost the title to Carru-| His remedy: Reduce the num! f bf UP OM youve The Modern Window for the Modern Home
oo Towel gets a chance ¢ al of clubs; reconstruct t ) wey ‘ % 1 ¢ 1 ve
Slightly Blunted gain it at Johannesburgh in Feb-} yicione on a | rink ( { ‘ ij Nt | W | ro
. y ruary, on condition that if he doe promotion i 1 pi F \ e Kn 4 e Re ha ae ii y a ee Hie OWS
It was apparent to all who woke ‘arruthers will be given a return] /), : : Se 4
Turpin in his last fight against the} in Australia! | Le, W/o, various widths and heights with or without Ventilators {
South Afriean George Ans selo that} If the third meeting comes off aa - :
his keen edge had been South | ithe vill have the satisfac EPs ; le) | | j ‘ i) 1 -
blunted, It is true that the South|tion of succeeding where others] Cire torwar Bill Goddar Titla rec | OOrs
African's almost non-stop back} failed. For no one ha yan 10v Score it t N
pedal gavé him few chance get | aged to tempt Toweel to defend the | that W B G 3 ft. 9 ins, x 7 ft. 9 ins, high
in’. But when the opportunity did] title outside South Africa . ocal | dard tf May we remind you of the pleasant chore of acknow-
arise Randy was always split} geograpl ge been iluable to] trick (makit eve ledging Xmas gifts b letter: writte ~— TE a
ton [peepee has: ee, ese Oe ke Coe. 8 ledging Xmas sifts by letter; written for preference on fine Crittall Steel Sliding Folding Doors
The first opponent on the list is] been used to the rarified atm ( other pla mle was cn in that stocked by us in a variety of styles,
, ” I ser-} phere at 6,000 feet, which is tht sizes, and in blocks or Stationery Sets.
piso eatin Vehe taae wil pi tht of Johannesburgh above sea; . : shea ee “3 Gutida : The Whole Door Slides and Folds to one side
be over 10 rounds at 12st. 91b., at} level ef date 4 ‘ Pearqis rm ay: . a : ° *wieee ick
Birmingham on January 19. But thi you fight me and Tl]. f ar aie q ; > N.B. in aise binant gaa complete range ot Pens, “aft tins wide x 7ft. 2ins. high — 4 leaves
This brings me to the econom'e| ght you” business is bad for box eae Pencils, Rulers, ete, readily available, 9ft. 3ins. wide x 7ft. 2ins. high —6 leaves
reason Randy ha stated that}/ing. Title chances should be the
many of his fights will be im the prospect of the many, noi the pri- Hall i . 2 YOUR INQUIRIES ARE INVITED .
provinces. This is wonderful news.| vileged f¢ uo ae ’ Né P So =o
More than iving the fans in The position only emphasises thy Franklit ¢ t of the game since hone 4267.
place uch as Birmingham, Lei-} need fo world control of box- | Injured Knee nha ‘ ie : 7 7 y nm 1 Y ni
ester, and Nottingham a chance] ing But this seems as a Bel a . September resu a Kk R HUN i i de ¢ WILKINSON & HAYNES (0 i [D
yf seeing him in action, it will keep] Britain producing rid heavy-| this week and has broken rs i eal s *s Ud .
boxing alive in the town ve champion if Another operatior ” - Dn e
E —L.E.S. necessary L.E.8
Peper ve, er eane. 20: GULBESED OWE NA ENE A NENG AWA VAN, re 4
rent tax, the umber of provit x NZAREVEY G Awe ®
ial show ha been dwindling NG PITA 4 aN NG Ns NS ‘ GNNNNG
Mier the tax has been paid there] J CQ Sweepstakes Drawn Over \mas om
hag been too little left to provide &
decent ll. Without good bill} From ¢ de Ba i I k
ittendanc irop and the viciou KINGSTON Jc i Dil 29 British Guia i B &
ircle tightens until the show | Richard England of St. Kitts second prize winner of { 3 a
trangled out of existence j shared t » Nigeria l l4 6d I Whi
As the number of show de- | thre rst prize of £3,476 7 who is also « endot
reases, so do the chance of} ( mai Ss ep eceivt 1 { ‘
oungsters to fights. This is at; st Y t over Chi 1 I I
4 time wher iin is sadly short| I t and vo second | £500 wer I
f fistic talent. Nix I d 1 De 1 (
Randy } nee it is hope th § € e di ( of | i -
ill pep up interest and guarant ( Gt. ijor £82 went to Brit W
ell-out prize on cond 4 n olonic

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TUESDAY DECEMBER B W.U I DOS \h\n< Ml r\c.i 1111:11 Barbados Is Not Cold To Federation But British Idea \o/ Good Enough SURGERY PARTS SIAMESE TWINS NEW BAFT V i plan of CanbDt'u.i federal H think the I I Rcgtna< 1 Grani U %  |na ,: MaehuMtU, %  %  %  %  by Mi v. ..n and I %  Mm ome n new Cmnmonv' %  l o 11 o m I i Hid MM ; 1. %  -i \ growth. %  %  %  %  Ani gu.. rani 1 %  ... %  .; %  1 %  • I I I . I and Brio .1 H k irel." Lw Mr. Mall rd 'he hope 'hit the fftr*hor*> ii" 1. ndofl I next rorlnp 1 Rtit he IWd' "I" lh(M M HMII hnwi-vrithai Ppapo I Ian rncr %  tone 1 %  ire In the it not Ukab to 1 ni with I I Bril h dea '.h:\\ federation n to hrm ;ihrnit a I union of ejeoi kw ir Ineal unem] tl ploymei %  -, ,,Crown eoloi • %  or Mtle SEA AM) AIR TRAFFIC In Carlulr Bay Bagasse' No Substitute Por Canadian Pulpwood FOR YOUR NEW YEARS PARTY SERVE THE CONNOISSEURS CHOICE GRANTS WHISKY ALWAYS MFll.OW ...Atwns Tlir MM1 1 1 %  .•>. 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Mi B 'bar the %  %  %  politically thor Deo* ple in Ira rot, darbaindlng example of too ful local government, with %  H %  %  . mumty with rtanl Carlbba %  • l 1 %  %  M %  lirT.dlni Nrf>1 %  %  %  I From New York, Ml Haglui that aome of the thine* an >< ivc bean at iviru, true, 1 know lhal there aware ol ad her thanks to the many prisons who worke I %  Haglund orlgina 1 earn Ins nf a I Bdueatlen Kent House In June undo U iiplcoa MAIL NOTICE U.S. Official Fired Al LMU jt iti< si a 1 Bund 4.15 p.m. ft* re ire IS lien n HM I I -r.imme. the flret of which M Un Shaw*! nth* 0 i.iuhi from \, %  \t\ %  %  election Of three Ml all W M i I ..i 1 %  fro", ..ill then ("tha. %  BD4 )D| Jhrj aonBa, hw rw 1 rritorla] an M an "' fm _, ^. h .... ...... IJ l %  UIm,d ^"SSSi'lSff %  .em i- "5c** who will pu) 1 m i, • %  1 i are, *< in the •he met u tl %  irea t*' leaeher* and lira ronewnwi with home c<%  I %  bar ol public meeting*. %  %  ha* %  %  %  %  %  1.in and I %  I t \ rv %  %  1 %  %  I Ii 1 %  I p : lunittee In %  %  %  %  1 .i.n %  iriUi lot rents "> %  %  iwh| W rlnl Mill in U , %  null pi %  %  %  1 U B | 1 ,i,. not know 1 theon %  GRANTS WHISKY .la. Ill'l *he.l eeh TEL AVtV. Dee. 29. Colonel Bairniel United Nations I %  M of nn earlier ihoouni Incldeni %  In tha %  2 Ordained Priests eto The l-st Ifem un the pi Diham 'Rloj 1 Url! I v Fletrher ( Mini strtVK I A Chnitmus Carol Sei \i I Wad held by the D0> ol thi I nent Indimtrl,d Si hool evanhu In thai recreal ;i.. chool Hu Excel ArtiiiK QOT> a R. N Turner were pn ind %  %  d uve .1 reclial >' 1 b Turner pit rented boy who hud dune well durblR tha reai Uon Dui u lb oojectloi 1 ol federa|......i.-svnn t ( 0" .mission I : I that ; %  fore the I Apt \ II r-nci. it WM procoeed lo threeh %  rh ch 'he Home felt I I %  %  1 t wall j was attacked %  < |49 -I'l' I P;iU £j^ jn ^ On oaweni b of St. Johni (.athedral. .,, oW II.T nrne of the counti 1 Dunne hii brie I Puerto inj the tu ho I I i: %  ( ..,.. „• .„, p| g A(| ., ., ||ort of (001 I %  %  %  u u chief ingredient nul lure of nn %  I *ubmn f. r I !ai ."i a pulpw 1 •r'tied u* "*utar uahed fron In* %  em pine has been neM Canadian m* well rjj putpwood) '"' kin 1 %  %  i-e^ilted e for pi 1 %  1 Pn idem <* 1 N< v rh In a veo poi Heal all %  1 it nenva* %  %  .11 %  %  Mai IS U-.II Co %  I the %  %  Road Acvulvnt %  I Hr.rfime %  % %  1 SI. Fatal it 4 o'clock I 'OK. ivelllnt In %  Injured .!. %  fi nd* 'it 1 lamajard. whlli %  ii-r lorry w%  Cussed things, hens" "I thought I had taken every precaution — yet they still get worms! "Then there teas one precaution you didn't taJu ff you'd dosed 'cm with 'Phenovis' once a month they would have been in full production now" 'Phenovis' controls worms in poultry niiiMNMiii FROM \ ft. iimni N I BONfl (BARBADOS) LTD. A prod 1 1 Imperial heaucal Phan %  IS 1l0Uk 4r tl f* 11 in I i 1111 Inr m s I 111 e I I \Vi Modi i 11-ry Urf* i|lianlily of IMS( i|Uulil> Pal • ill ihi ymi, h n wi n it i < %  •>• whrn t" havo your homr >prklin^ j gffl ..in! HI \nil the time .o buv i. NOV PAINTS, i'ltv (OI.tilHS. I l\si I I Tl! PI STINT & FLOOR VABNISH ( DTwinfi loi mlla hiih Irnkta and mu. BARBADOS 10-OIK COTTON FACTORY LTB. MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE IN 1953 THE PERFECT TOAST IN THE PERFECT DRINK DRY MONOPOLE CHAMPAGNE By HEIDSEICK € CO Mf^J%5S^ff*5*Kfi?tS*fifW^?K;^5f*f'J5in!STOKES 6 BYNOE LTD AGCN,




WHAT'S ON TO-DAY



Court o@ Origiy Jurisdict

Police Band at st \
Christmas Frograr

For the cause that lacks assistar

‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance

For the future in the dista

And the good that I «



General Hoyt Vandent
States Air Force said on Mo
years the Soviet Union prod
as the United States.’

Vandenberg writing in

Industries Association disclo

have Biven more jet fighter
been able to assign to ow

have many more jets in combat

for N.A.T.O. forces.”

French Bomb
Rebel Boats

HANOI, Indo-China, Dec. 29.

French planes napalm bombed
‘several’ Communist-led Viet-
minh sampans Monda in the
southern end of the Red River
delta, a French headquarters
announcement said. Communist
rebel leaders were trying to move
to a safer zone in peasant boats
the French said. The sampans
went up in flame No estimate of
the number of boats involved nor
the number of casualties wag
issued.

Headquarters announced tha
an unnamed French outpost 20
miles southeast of Hanoi fought
off repeated Vietminh attacks
during th night. In Saigon,
sources close to the Government
of Premier Van Tam _ indicated
that Vietnam faces a _ cabinet
crisis. Defence Minister, Nghien
Vantri was reported to be on the

point of resigning in the dispute |

with Emperor Bao Dai over the
exercise of the Emperor’s pre-
rogatives as chief of the armec
forces.—-U.P.



Bomber Crashes
Into Sea Of Japan |»

TOKYO, Dec, 29.
A patrol bomber crashed in
the sea of Japan on Friday kill-
ing ten of the plane’s 14 crew-~
men, the U.S. Navy announced |
today. The U.S. destroyed Ren-

shaw rescued four crewmen si

the waters 50 miles east ol
Kosong on Korea’s eastern coast
The bodies of two of the dead

crewmen were recovered. The |

spokesman said the cause of the
crash was unknown, The four-
engine bomber was on a routin
patrol mission. The acciden

brought to 25 the number of ser-|
vicemen killed in week-end plane

crashes in the Far East.
—U.P.

650 Screened

| SOUTHAMPTON, England,
Dec. 29.
United States immigration in-
| spector Russel Danielson a
Monday that 650 crew memb¢
questioned so far among a total ol
1,246 crew members aboard the
liner Queen Mary measured up t>
the provisions of the new Ameri-
can Immigration Act. He said: “I
had the greatest cooperation from
everybody. General reaction hag



been in favour of my job.” The,
81,000-ton liner berthed here Sun-;

day night after a trip from New
York and crew members were &
en eight minute intervals. Most of
those screened were officers and
catering staff members. Deck an‘
engine room hands will be ques-

tioned on the westward voy: age.
—U.P.





Mr. Joshua

(From Our Own Correspondent
»9

= VINCENT, Dec. 22

Mr. E. T. Joshua, member
the se anues and Executive
Councils and President General of
the Federated Workers’ Unior
was arrested by the Police on Sat-
urday. ;
Mr. Joshua was charged with

f

uttering statements calculated to

create public mischief on Novem-
ber 26.

Later on Saturday afternoon
bail was granted and Mr Josh1a
was borne homewards on th
shoulders of the crowd.



Twenty Arrested



CASABLANCA, Dec. 29.
Police said that 20 E
Communist leaders we



that more arrests would follow
—U.P.
INFORMATION
OFFICE DISSOLVED

BERLIN. Dec. 29
The East Germ:







day officially announced the dis-
solution of the informat ffice
headed by Gerhard Eisler The
announcement did not ment

Fisler but it appeared to fore-

from|

shadow his complete ouster
the Soviet Zone Governmen
his possible arrest and





favour with top East Germar
Communists and informed source
said to-day he "had been followec
for weeks by two member
M.V.D. of the Soviet Police
—U.P





re
Be

SOVIET PLA





today after they were ordered







1esponsibilitic
cludir

{United States

Reds Race Forward

United State |
|private life is being invaded ';

public officials who’ are ferventt) jin 35° independencies,
hop he won't have anothe: land also In some non'-lndependent





ne before 1955. Otherwise they



ing Queen who may well desire

Lord Munster

With Ma

Churehill



Schools In T’dad







ypean
arrested |
| in Morocco on Sunday and will
| be deported to France. They said



n Cabinet to-|

n

Fisler had long been in dis-





TUESDAY,



KE PRODUCTIGQN WAS
FIVE TIMES GREATER THAN US.

Air Chief Draw:

Comparison Ove:

| Past Five Years



Lecture Tonight Mr. Gair

There will be a lecture to,

Bombard on the subject “Seul
YF ° ntique’
sponsored by





d a ancaise and IN To
members ar sked to accept ‘ IN AN art
his short notice and bring two stated

friends. vow Yea

is sufficiently
of ‘every responsible person

the “broad masses of the p@Sple of Grenada the respo:
ore e s' ibility of saving the colony trom further economic ills ré

on me, so as a good sport I shall play my par

re Barbadian
j e

RABAT, Mordceo, Dec. 29. Promuted
| .



Communis fan anu
ympathize ere placed
ard a special pl: ine for France



expelled. Among Communist
members was the Spaniard
t Gazopla, construction fore-
it Marakesh and Brazilian
Evelyne Serfaty a secretary |

private firm at Casablanca Bahamas

‘rise from the



dup of Communists and} course in

mnalist hich the military tography
dered after the bloody anti-' attended

h rio three weeks a0.’ at Hendon

than 1,000 Nationalis's in-
Istiqulal (Independence)
director were arrested
we than 20 Communisis!

and the



pelled.

coos ved ctce! Point 4 Plan

pl
Bureau of Phosphates at

suspected - F ]
t oeeniaigr pam avourec

ngaged in anti-French

e ‘

; UP By HARRY FRANTZ
WASHINGTON,

| President P
ur” programme went

Public Officials |: }

home and

Invading Queen ’s | ‘he continuation



operation

operation
iftiliated



LONDON, Dec. 2

The Sunday newspaper The} krown as
People says that Queen Flizabeth



| American

}
}



for at least two years, rritorie
phere
The mass circulation Pro-labour At the
per |says commonwealth | diplomatic
1 é fervently hoping there Pe

e no little brother or sister
Prince Charles and Princess
Truman
t prospect of the royal tour | President’
Au*tralia and New Zealand

nee again interrupted. ‘This
eposterous position for the

In the
er famiiy.’—C P.

bark on



cientifie
progress

developed

Increase Fees



TRINIDAD, De



n threatened for some time} purchased

will be $4 pushing up -the sees | vounns of statistical
is now being

316 per term to $20

to give adequate grants tO/ need for

ted econdary schools tO} of Custom
t expenses and cannot
Une government increases; with the

ae these schools early neXt) financial
ill have to pay
ifter Easte Com-



he va uch perplexed t Monsignor
t ile the matter was} Archbishop
eing considered govern-| created Cardinal in place
principals .of schools had!signor Agostini

the iecision to increase! day, the Pope

THE POOR



ve a dress to a pc Barbadian at the Salvation
terday. Major Walter Morris (centre)

DECEMBER





y Calls Of!
jaa he' snes | New Year Strike
headquarters by Dr. Alain 1 ew ear iri t

Our Own Correspondent

West Indian yest i

his decision

frightening
1 Grenada

Saying that during the past
few weeks he
about 20,000 work
them up to a 1 h
ive almost r
here they believe

that a strike beginni: n J
uary 5 would resul f
{violence than the ist

strike as it seems from the ey
dence that the masse vill

GRENADA.
Inspector Albert Rollins, ;
dian member
since 1934 has
sistant SuperinteNdent of Police

He previously
force and made :
ranks here with most
> expulsion of the nine was} time attached to the C.1.D.,
latest move in the wholesale’ he headed
fingerprint'r

|

| on ! |

this statement ‘l mig 1 |
1

recipient of a World War

Service Medal

tavourable to
of technical el:

ea? ~ Eisenhower administration,
I rivate Life | the end of the year technical co- |!
administration

organisation

}projeets for

Four” \ be remembered |
is one of the g
in U.S, foreign
administrati

January 20,
major’ courses

utlined four |

Mr, Trum
programme
for making

provement



hospital. The woundu
when a large bane

bombarded a housé dis Queen ‘Ale xandrin.



7 . .
», |NewAddingMachine
‘housands of children in this 4 z
ny” secondary schools vill For Custonis Dept.
ve to pay increased fees from
January. The increase which had A new adding machine

undertaker
: Customs Department
ause of the jncrease 1s An amount of $450 has just beer
‘ be the government's! ycted to purchase the machine, t
i Comptroller

consideratio!



Hon. Roy Joseph, | VEW CARDINAL C HOSE \
Education, declared | VATIC AN CITY

made

buck

Army Hall,





GReNA

ie trike

rrar



strike” He went

A GROUP
morning «at

the purpose of the I

g#O into rigid clas varta S| TUARY

He said, however, tha

his chief reason to call it off

aces So wer ees.° Mr. David Roberts








from the Labour Depart:
‘man to man” talk with the Pre W ‘ .
f the i A ri
Union and } regard
srenad iN osit iH tl It ObeE
executive had no b t I
ration proviied t ci j he |
resel ‘ t ‘
ion Officer te he tat
Reacuon wo thi leclarati
was generally cal: i ber
ection of the “Sp i t Mathe
enry while nt desi in of
Oo
houl
violer ‘
“Arbit
Arbitration wa ( j ‘ (
posed by tl ‘ I 194
jon since Ox
and to cr 1 of
her thing i ish
M.M,W,1 t i
es at pre tf 948 Ed
neipal ext ( ew i Be
ricult { He irvived
co-operate at i n ! d small dau
‘tilement but ha Hie .

pepudiated the | of

. pestates as “a red t vee Vatican Official

| this privilege has be wecorde

M.M.W.U, Pi t

: ;
cfficers. "though Returning Home
stipulation that {
ion sement
the nature¢

Ll Wounded During e |

Fight Ai Dance

(From O41 Ov

TRINIDAD

Ten civilian

constable were nel arte eer
fight at a dance earl r YTT bi ,
morning. On i ‘ ?



about four mile fr I
Spain with tone nd ‘ |
while another grouy Gt Deunwrk Dies
men armed ith j
live nvaded | COPENHAGE
ing weapons freely | Queen Mot
igne Den:

Queen Mary Has | totay fh
Slight Child | 01 V2 Gays seo

SANDRINGHAM, EF la

i | fi ! t uw"

300 Pr oor . Receive
Gifts Of Clothing

Nearly 300 poor people received clotl

vation Army Hall, Reed Street, yesterday

clothing was distributed by Mrs. FE. D. Mo

Mrs. Walter Mors nd Mrs. VV. M, Mar

The clothiy was a gift sent to Mr

M.C.P., by the Pentecostal Dorcas League

which Miss lIanthe Walke a 5
Major Morris also took the opportunity







vegetables sent by Hanson Plantati«
This the fourt hipment to
received by M ‘
return fro ho : EF G re
1949. Other listtrib : ree gas
loravian Church and the} NEW LI
Salvation Army H V
Street M M. A. Pe
Mr. Mottle told the Advocat e Staffordshi
thi organisat it only ti He
end lothing to Barbados but te
ther West Ir islar for d
tribution to the por j
Vie irs. | Mrs, 3
thle f ' onour : : } te
H Chi diff
‘ ; fa ; bolle
oO ‘ oes he ove!
: As, CG : eme
t , | Pipe



Empress Ol
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ms

Bring:

Empress of Scot:







rbadiar



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cssaneansnangeunenjesesemaniaingn simeneeelanaiiisieanliientt

TERDAY NEATHER REP

Scotland

‘Tourists

living da. in
Barbade one 0
Now he } re

t
een rye i

Duke Of Edinbureh
Made Cadet Chief

LA
The Q !
Duh So
let cory oft
id I
Col n~¢ ef
le Fe nd
Chief
Ik C.P

Gilbeys

| EMPIRE RED WINE

Maintains
the s¢ ame high

Standard
of Guailizas
shipped fo the
Ws st Indies

bi VEQTS


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TWO

















and served in Burma} lv f ger ( we pl eats
and India for 30 years ‘2 Pa tO bf me 7 (3) JULY 1 to AUGUST & (Lee—a
3 ats ‘ ; ably v pirit healt? tlook f fh who act withir
During the last war he was in > to bark? (: c 1 tt lutea henest. &
Rangoon and was chased out by 8 A thie given to. Roman | iisent manner. * Varied lines co
the Japanese in December 1942. , aoe oe get a graduate pact: | endeavour high ponsored.*
He afterward served on the to the flect. (4) ; AUGUST 2S to SE PT EMBER 23 (Virgo)
Assam Front as Commanding, 2 S011 (3) 22. See 18, (4) | me a ee st etibe Hate wines
Cllicer of a hospital, Japanese Pe Te A ciies Ga taion.cinia aan have
oe ‘ 4 (im sport. (3 onged to a v
7 Old Year Ball 25 e is the cha uae high up. (5 SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23
FTER a lapse of years the ee } (Libra) —1 are pro ts of muct
- 4%. First Rarbados Sea Scouts Scorning the tang in din. (9) ce * er 2 on: nals vee
are holding another Old Year nerriment or deris hour count
Ball at the Rooms of the , ‘ OCIOSER “4 té NOVEMBER %
Y.M.P.C., Beckles Road. GL exist’ wi (Scorpio)—-Opportunity is knocking at
5 r , ably ineu é
The Ball Committee in an + rrounding tor vente, ¥ rabl ineut aay
effort to provide for the comfort | Three s of 7 +e n g étter € ing to
and enjoyment of invitees is 148 a Synonym. (4) I et 5 ie
avoiding over-crowding and to} 1“. ae bonthes = i psy. é unsutereces rm reef ph a te a h
this end will be restricting ad-| i4 tions mixed up. (5) | up wit egiect obligat mised
mission to those who have re-| oe (3) 3 Ou. tay need
ceived On Hons ‘ DECEMBER 24 to JANUARY 21 (Capri-
Jn Honeymoon ae ae cern)—You may need at this time a
‘eo deluge 3) chang cene company, even diet. |
R. AND MRS. RAY PAYNE] across: | All well and but do..t' reasonably
a who wer-s married in Vene- Real : ; : ‘ Some Enc rade Se teheart
. quarins Ds 0 t i 2 0) i a
zuela recently, arrived here on 19 Ta : yy Geen: <3 os : pf advertising activi- |
Christmas eve by B.W.LA. to Rehie? 2 anitahtens ett ete’ ids activities from
spend their hor. ymoon and are frat ; r le Dur Ww d before sanction ng
guests at the St. Lawrence Hotel. An: Tea Day can really be a happy one
Mr. Payne is employed in the} ko baa the en rs ae
Oilhelds in Venezuela, } e anxiety but spirit,
On Business j ke ges affine acbiaent |
7 , EAVING for Jamaica an Satur- | t should follow ‘
MR. JOHN LEE (r), of Sporco Manufacturing Co., Manchester, England, and Mr. ©. 8. Newton (1), kg) tiie BWLA aad a "Mr | YOU BORN TO-DAY: Are generally |
Managing Director of Carpet Trades Ltd., Kidder minster, Worcester, England, pose with Mr. A. 8. AC. Plews Regional Repre ante l of Se Vee Ce eee
= nae a 2 Mr. Edgar Stoute at the Baggage Ware house shortly after disembarking from the “Empress tive of Messrs, Reckitt and Cole g tr ; busin oF pi te sf Scotland”. ae a . ae true pet Oe ee yg ty
nan and-the Nugget Boot Polish| 3 By M. Harrison-Gray f per ae parore coo oad
; 4 Tew ‘RR . Cc > as sae $ ‘ Ps v , t take advantage
ON. H Cl KE, C.B.E Business And Pleesure Luneheon Party Co, of England with headquarters | 3 Dealer: North wore reach great heights
M.L.C. and Mrs. Cuke left for aon sine uate : - at Havana, Cuba. He spent the| 3 East-West game in any deavour. Birthdate of
British’ Guiana: via Trinidad on S" HARRY HAGUE, Man- R. A. McFARLANE, retired past two and a half weeks here on| § N Alfred great N.Y. statesman; |
Suaday nigh aging Director of A, Wander Director of H, McFarlane business and was a guest atythe| : Ou, Rud eens, ee. aa"
Mr-and Mrs. Cuke have gone to 4. Manufactur rs of Ovaltine and Co., of Chicago, entertained Hotel Royal. : V9 AKQIJI5
New Year holiday with @"d i ory a tonapche of penny to luncheon at Cacrabank Hotel Mining Engineer : g9 +0 8
n-lav ht and L ue > among . a lia +m m 3 ei 95 = “
is “4 ‘a : daughter Mr 7 ‘a . y a re por Bon eee, Bs ey ae ogg FTER spending a week’s holi- 3 r ) LISTENING HOURS
H sayley . gers ing here yes ~ Walker of Cardiff, Wales and Mr. / \ day in Barbados as guests at 3 Ras a Kl
dns ine | : - a) arbados as guests a : QJ6542 AK 108
CARL CHENERY Santana” ng on the Empress of and Mrs H O. Ramsey of “Non the Hastings Hotel, Mr. Louis! 3 awe s 62 : TUESDAY, DECEMBER %, 1952
ana UR rates AN Lae aie Es arry told Carib that he | atti” Balmoral Gap. Aguilera and Mr. Rojo Onofre, re-| 876 Q4AK532 § | 400-600 pm nom
pending the Christmas Rares ios i Minnea aie tae Mr. McFarlane who arrived turned to Venezuela on Saturday : 3 @ 38 : bs oe ne Stan
h his relatives re- | This oe ess Wilh pleas here in April is remaining for by B.W.LA. : ‘, 3 .| Service, 4
ur d tq Trinidad on Sunday badbé us is their first visit to Bar- another couple of months as the Mr. Aguilera is a Mining En- : O973 : pn. S
night. : i " ‘ gvest of Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey. gineer employed with the Govern- = : > 93 : o- 7.45 p.nt
ad aad . im Dr, and Mrs. Walker who ar- ment and Mr. Qnofre is a Pro- $ 7 43.3.
MONG the local turfites who RUISING on the Empress of rived yesterday morning in the fessor at the University of Los : : U garine 1
witnessed the first day’s rac- ; Scotland which arrived here Empress of Scotland on th Carib- Andes in Merida : 3 ealt «
ing .of. the Pris idad tmas & a ee a aa bean cruise, dropped in to see Mr Also returning to Venezuela by : 3
meeting 2nd 1 uxned on Sunday: i. M mar t one ® “N8- and Mrs. Ramsey whom they B.W.I.A. on Saturday was Mr. : :
2 Messrs. M I. Clarke and H. /@n " r. Komjat E He Mana~ knew while Mr. Ramsey was sta- Juan Balada ¢ > General Motors : :
con Eat? " pares eves tioned as American Consul in COTE tion. He was here for two : :
oe Foundations He is also Payne Cardiff weeks as a guest at the Marine : :
Still In Papecte his first visit to the island anq is Dr. Walker . ' braGaliad : 3
ymbining sine t leasure ! alker » has travellec ‘ . : :
ce vit ing business wil Bale i a € extensively has been out to Aus. Marine Pilot 3 :
SPE from the December issue 1 oard to meet them was , lia, Sout , . is em : :
of the Yachting World, that Mr. G. G. Feldman, merchant of “@ ja, South Africa and Jamaica PENDING three weeks’ leave : :
Ww . “n 7 al 4 i ‘, Swan Street as a Ship Surgeon. His wife and from his duties of Marine : our :
andtrer which called here on ; a ie s he think that Barbados is ut Pil Trir i 3 ; s North and, Four $
heeeway “from Er nd: to Aus First Visit Sines 1047 ie tad i is about Pilot, Trinidad, is Mr. Scott Sadler 3 Bast. South could o :
tralia-earlier this yeat Still in NAPT. F K N MASCOLL ne best island they have visited who arrived over the week-end by : Five Mane one ane aa :
Papéste, Tahiti . ; e a : ne Je . Vephew B.W.1.A, accompanied by his wife no further bidding :
wy ca | sivttital i E.D., Adjutant of the Ja- R. LEARY "ON ‘ They are guests at Bowden Guest In Koom 2, South showed 3
Bilt! Howell, the ier, and 5 Boat ; Yalic ‘ - LE: O'CONNOR from :
hi fot {Frank McNulty parted maica Battalion at Palisadoes Palo Seco, Trinidad i House, Hastings. where his main strength lay §
iis and Frank McNuit arted Who is on 28 days’ leave, arrived é : » udad and a . of re with a jump to Three Clubs §
company in Honolulu when he oa on ‘Chrlatnas Ev= to speiid student at Mt.St. Benedict Colle ge Spent Christmas W ith over the double intending to i
Frank went on te Australia by 4 holiday with his wife and “4S among the passengers arriy- Relatives rebid. Hearts mts ete :
StORMNEL, family who came over sometime !"8 Ver the week-end by B.W.LA ETURNING fr ireng A. Arete Senate deectn eens
» . as to yatter 14 y can o som © to she a} 1 ’ een JININING from Grenada on ; Three Spades, North made §
Bill mow = intenc Pp a ale i) . 7 pend a holiday with his rela- : | § the val ; i ir =
4 Sanat alates , previously and is staying at 4. >* Te é Saturday by B.W.I.A. was Miss} § the valuable cue bid of Four §
dround French Oceania for some * i Eres tives. He is staying with Mr. and fF eee - - : Spades id South bid S s
themiiot Isbury,”’ Hastings. M ~ oa Ena Monroe of Terese Beauty 3 ihe and Sou ix §
time, and then wander through nite x = ‘ — rs. Cecil Goddard of Blue c. she eh - ere g Clubs on the strength of his $
the “Austral Islands probably This is Capt. ; Mascoll’§ first Waters, Salon, McGregor Street. She went : singleton Diamond. 5
nen ‘ visit back home sinee he took up Mr. oc 7 ~ home to spend Christmas with her 5. :
single-handed, hie ney tate in 1947 r. O'Connor is a nephew of | relatives ESrEeeETrieirir tree Trier trier eres
Headmaster e Sere Wat 5 ae Ao Mrs. Goddard é Ss. Loedan Kxrpresa Servic

EAVING over the week-end by
BW... for Trinidad was
Irvine Ox headmaster ot

Mr







Montgomery Boys’ School. He has
gone to spend two we ’ holida
with his relatives in Port-of-Spain.
Week-ene’ Arrival

RAK. and Mi Clifton Seal and
1 & their two children Alpha and
Annie were i ; engers
arriving over th ek-end from
Grenada by B.W.1.A. for a holiday

A wholesal merch of St.
George’ . Seale expects to re-
larn 1 tornorrow, While his
wife and children will be remain-

ing for three weeks.














AR. A. S. JENKINSON, Man-
wu i aging Director of Messrs
A. S, Jenkinson Ltd., Caravan
Distributors of London, England,

rivd in Barbados yesterday
morning in the Tourist Liner
Fmpress of Scotland for three
weeks’ holiday He was accom-

inied by his Transport Man-
er, Mr. A. K, Bowden and they

» guists at the more Hotel.

My, Jenkinson as in Barba-
los two years ago with Lord
Selsdon when he brought out a
caravan which is still on the
grounds of the Enmore Hotel.
While here he hopes to take the

caravan all around the coast.

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PYRE. conductor of an ypera gas-meter, golf-balls in a lime- with,” replied the dwarf, pro- ; THANKSGIVING SHOW
T a arity had to rebuke the kilm seals in a summer-house ducing a decapitated prawn from 2 ;
aos 0, f ¥ applauding at the and tram-rails in a dog-kennel. (apparently) his lect air. _ “This > FREE GIFTS TO THE POOR }
oer Benhetin 24 ‘audinrbe has gone far enough,” said the $
tint roba a ai rene we mae = . : a ' |
heucht it was doing the smart ITTLE did Mrs. Wretch sus- Colonel, rising. “So has _ this, | 2
i i - ) : i + o¢ ‘ ee sent os i L pect that only eleven dwarfs shouted the anaes hurling the ’ \{ SEE THIS SKETCH >
liste the frenzied giggling had taken their leaves, after prawn against the wall, | “It’s 9 ¢ FROM | 2
ne ad use of B.B.C studio much persuasion. So it came W ugwell s dear, I’m afraid, said | There’s " smile sehater PNOe 3 THE PARSON MISBEHAVES @
on ai o about that as she and the Colonel Mrs. Wretch, as the dwarf fled in every iece! | 1% °
ee sat at their dinner he was sud- from the house shouting “Stop J P CORNEL KARL STEVE 13 Attraction THE JU C STEEL BAND $
Many radio people find it very qenly aware of a grinning dwarf thief!” , ; 14 4 . LLL BAI $
AL to ui ithout becoming with read beard and whiskers .
terleal with everything they standing in the centre of the A ROAD | safety committee sr eee py r R Prices: Stalls 24, House 36, Balcony 48, Box 60
Perhaps the promise of @ table. The Colonel passed his recommended that anyone} ee 7 “7 me ABR D MEDE OS wD ©
ing. trust” the end of each hand hastily across his eyes and who wants a_ driving licence cman HENRY CLANKE eumme itms Age THiS IS A CRITCH IVAN PRODUCTION. @
i quiet for a shook his head violently. The should have an eye test. A mem- WEDN ESDA Y | LESCOL SOG GD OSB EGO SEEE POO DOOD OCOROODS”
ile, thing was still there. “How did ber of the committee asked why 4.45 and 8.30 Lf : you get there?” he asked in a this should not apply to pedese se and Sohitsatne A ily p.m. | Due Soon Re-Release “KING KONG Robert Armstrong
4 GENTLEMAN ucceeded feeble voice. “Yumped up, boss,” trian A grand idea, Every i; ~— & dally. | q To-day. tory) To day, To-day 445 & 8.30
Li permission replied the dwarf, who affected pedestrian who has not passed BARBAREES, Nol gre |-Ghelfine Techatects SMART GIRLS
1 : to keep Swedisn accent. “What do the walking te the dodging tést, PEAZ: (Dial 5170.) | Tick Bowe is iso | ea; " as fire
pical a7 1 garage. I you int?” thundered the and the eye test should be banned a ae EAM A FUGITIVE | NIGH r & DAY irk hate ayo
upp0se- he will require a second Colonel, once more master of from the roads. If there were no SPSSSPE POOP POOOOOOTS. | re Bie Cay rant TO HAVE AND
: : , , bowisll-s: su » narlos ‘ : > } JANG re: HAVE NOT
permit-to kéep moto in his himself Mustard,” replied the pedestrians at all the roads,would . | Paul Muni MONTANA umohrey Bons
quaritn We then come to the dwarf “What for?” said Mrs. be safer for everyone — except e ¥ GAIETY | Big Opening Wed w Ee a le | sala ee emia reas
. Poin’ 4] on ‘ : . % “es Ved. 4.45 & 8 30 a a
tion keeping bees in a Wretch angrily. “To eat porridge the motorists. | ¥ TO-DAY (only) 8.30 p.m 4.45 & 8.30 and nd continuing daily | “a & sos
enone ~ — %, James Mason in continuing | r “49 & 8.0) p.m.
"eS > John Wayne as
5p 225 as 22 SSR 8SR ORR LAST SHOWS TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 8 THE SeveNTH vei. YA | arcs rom eee ccrer | BIG JIM LAIN
. BN ant . Ml . | ¢
} x Wed. 830 p.m. and Midnite HER WAY aa Cornell Wilde ~~ Midnite Special
% alse Thurs. 4.30 & 8.3) p.m i Waanesday
SINGING IN THE RAIN % RAIDERS OF THE “DESERT | 7 (cclemener’ | Mae
f¥ % Patt au ee & Virginia Mayo GAL WHO K | RENEGADES
SONI D in SEVEN SINNERS iE WEST (Color) | Tex Ritte
wm sarin DONALD CYD DEBBIE 3 John WAYNE Rainn ag ge Yvonne DeCarlo ! “and
nen Har ; ae oe Hl ae | KELLY O’CONNG 2 ’ ‘ , RIvVATES bs SN ROARING
WE WISH OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS ONNOR — CHARISSE —- REYNOLDS| Suceseaneoneooe: Some HOME & | JN THE Navy WESTWARD
= OPENING TOMORROW 5 & 8.30 P.M COT A cert ane EE sone
Q "aad Pam “BRIDGETOWN | BARBAREES | OISTIN
- ui : THE id + } Dial 2310 } Dial 5170 Dial 8404 {
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a A Prospero UuSs BB’ Lost wortp oF | OODAL THEATRE
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| | Last Two Shows a
Fl HIDDEN TODAY i [To-day 445 & 8.x piast Two Shows |To-day & Tomorrow) qa, TYS)Shows
[a } ’ | Paramount Pictures | To-day 4.30 & 8.15 4.30 & 8.15 ae ey. ae
eéyvy Cd I | IN GEORGIA’S ain nn, CALIFORNIA Double Double
| ons PASSAGE
} SWAMPLANDS! vane ‘Wyman in HOLIDAY camr |CRISS CROSS
with and
’ , MOPWrem : AN ’ 1 | A New JUST FOR YOU Forrest. ‘Tucker : | with
FROM THE WANAGEMENT AND STAFF OF | ° A To-morrow ana | ‘delle Mara WOLFMAN =| Burt Lancaster
fe 5 Shipment ing dail and ahs tare Yvonne DeCarlo
ra N i Unive tures|SPOILERS OF | Woagnesday Midninz and
e T. R. EVANS e 3 with Roy Rogers, | (Old Year Night) HE'S MY GUY
” , , ee _ wn vere Arth ? Iv AINT MAY
WE ALSO HOPE TO HAVE THE PLEASURE DIAMOND RINGS a aT
| w
aes ; 7 . BEND OF THE) ponaia Barry in Phagi
wa OF SERVING YOU AGAIN IN 1953 P = | | VE Abbott & Coste rs
: we os * SP RIV R TRAIN TO | az &
S me OE —— : Y. De LIMA 3 Wednesday Mdnite he ana as OP TE LAWLESS aioe 4g vee
a, DAK( T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS “eoewian MO CAN PETERS - JEFFREY HUNTER - CONSTANCE SMITH CO., LTD. , 3|cautrosae. acca mane OPP? eeaabicd
. . WALTER BRENNAN OF FASBAGE) ‘lols Van mn lDoaie *
Seis WUREX WILDERNESS | 2 20 5 4 | =
6a YOUR SHOE STORE ROBERT L. JACKS THE : x es i ; =e r ore ker COMMACHE BRAVE WARRIOR CATTLE DRIVE
hasteaed i > and at lelie Mara Rt i .
a Phone: bi 4220 CAN NEGULESCO TECHNICOLOR ; Pr cna tha aeGtian’ col PPETORT: @ i a
. oes > Marine Gardens. THE PLAINS CURTAIN CALL AT YANK IN ;
& See aap eg Sas wee Pe Sue it > LOUIS LANTZ eek eeeseoneaas } Ros CACTUS CREEK INDO CHINA D
Gas’ on 9 Story By VEREEN EK, , 060 8 £9906

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1932









BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE CHREE



Barbados is Not Cold To Kedera tion FOR YOUR NEW YEAR'S PARTY



‘Bagasse’ No Substituie GRANTS WHISKY

ALWAYS MELLOW ,., ALWAYS THE SAME




‘

~_

“or Canadian Pulpwoo

A *iv ntroversy, in which































. -onsider= x
ly with the pr ( able tere bone Sater er 7 aoe ; =
Barbadians do think the ve , tat i t ‘ th
tay sti on represent a means the 8 id ! views ¢ x an
best they ld get. Te ne ri V us oceasior ' nae
This was state Mr. F 1} | thin ¢ io id uw t ld
it WwW, a be é & y | P . urn XI ns t
living in Roxbu sachusetts, SEA AND AMR N Y o tt prove )
1 a letter published in the “New 4 is \ t { gasse peaaemennarreserquoeinenasiires
York Time He denied tl er- . ¢ ¢ are
uuon of a previ ” t € 1 and
in the pap TRAFFIC rl
cold” to > idea of ; \ yn
The correspondence w 5 as t print In an earlier issue
by Mr. Wendell Mallic : ” : § e week sublication had qu
can and Cirector of the ean in In Carlisle Bay & “ ) Jas E. Atchison Chief
ssociates. of New Y« who ; =" oe he Franklyn D.R. Confide nS p a Pap k t Mutua
declared: Stemiied: Merion a ae , gt t Agency i eclaring
“Federation, out of which should ®.. P H. Davidgc iF H t has been concluded tha
come a new Commonwealth na- , Meter ve Blue St D : I ould never t
¢ ; enkins R ts. O.K. S
ion and a Caribbean ARRIVALS * vo 2 < ced economically n com
financeeconom i ¢ ss ci Jian Cruiser tons Sa oon “ . er BN = t t wit newsprint mace
reconstruction o: th id nde » ! . n t tandard furnish con
institution of sl Be’ 24 natin kee itd om NAN UNPARALLELED 12 hour and 40 minute operation, surgery sepa- ting per cent low ct
growth, Unfortunat ly, ‘ ( rated the Brodie Siamese twins who were joined at the head. Attended hanical , wood pulp and 1}
ple are not yet of one ‘ : oo eae here by nurse Margaret Florence, the 15-month-old sons of Mr. and n hemical pulp It
wae : Mporks nt Pn hog eh Cap ons, from London Mrs. Roy Brodie, of Moline, fil., were operated on at the University of 5. CAAT RSWaeprim off or t
oi nate d oy ent ey Gesire Illinois Research and Educational Hospital! in Chicago. Additiona! sur oe eres: 4 Ea tie itt
‘Althoug Jamaica, Trinidad, Capt N. H hoy ©6gery was required, both before and after the separation. The condition



md pape ndustiry
Antigua and Grenada have voted
tor federation, there are other
{mportant British Caribbean com-

y t_ Ke i Beq ‘ nes - }
es BAO. Home E Sa) dani cet Sl

nunities which have n py been Lendor Captain H. T. Wel I iim in a lette “3t
munities which have now only Ween Keen: ba Costa & Co, Lid. .A.O. Home Economist cans Se ae SE aan 1
. \

son, S c l of both boys was critical. The Brodies have four normal children.



Int Mr. Celler quoted the





|
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\
: Costume Jewelry |

*been clearly demonstrated
los, but t are | sh Guiana on tain K { re fre

and British Honduras which heve ; §.S. Empress of Scotland, 14485 t >)" ee . hel - (sus Ve ar waste
rejected federation lock stock iehsn’ Cradlénad. to A ee ae ne Ss on y S avy ti ctory in all impor
j
.

and barrel.” Ltd nt resy ts ond superior in son i





Mr. Malliet expressed the hope rint now currently in| 4

Y. De LIMA |

; ewsprint in co., LTD. |
that the forthcoming London con- Seawell PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 19. nd lea ke & . 5
ference on federation next spring ARRIVALS By L.A.V. FROM

)
. ; a } 20 Broad § {{ |
VENEZUBLA Ending an eight months’ stay in the Caribbean, Miss manufacturing i 20 Broad St {









will prove sutcess*ul But he SUN Nile boo. 1 = : = > a th its reply the ) 5 1 at Marine Gardens { u
. , SUNDAY 28TH Elsa Haglund, Home Economist with the Food & Agricul- _ In connection Wik I ) and at Marine trardens |
continued: 1 Perez, M, Perez, H, Perez, B , 7 p ne rade Jour raised the) } ) e SONS LTD DISTILLERS SCOTLAN
Mit kenid he es se ,, Marte, Ge Marcers, & Goreero ture Organisation, recently left to return to her headquar- per Trade Journ il TateeG t WILLIAM GRANT & SONS LTD DISTILI AND
It shou mophasised, how- Corde fe: seh I J 4 - t cint o why “Cossa River” (a
ever, that responsible opinion in naa B. Raa ee Mesdee hoe «| ters in Rome, Italy. slatively recent newsprint mill in I a
Jamaica, a corner-stone in any A. Stoll, P. Diaz, B. Diaz, G. McIntosh, _ . © South) and the new mill of
federal structure in the are>. is M. MelIntosh, R. McIntosh, R. Mcint From New York, «where she



sjowater under construction in

7 tm a r © I

r Heals go alone with what M. Mcintosh, O. Arevalo, A shh Fae ae . , ; ‘ ‘. j ‘ ; j

not likely to iS i lor ¢ with vhat DIPAMTUNES os Lae CV! ted the United Nations head- Christnias N usice At Tennessee had refrained fron

appears to be the British idea that SUN 28TH quarters, Miss Haglund writes esorting to bagasse as a source
Carrero, O. “I do hope that some of the things

federation is to bring about a S. Rose, M. Carrero, I at © eo ; shy ,
P - 5 _ ‘ of newsprint to this, M
Ut do hope that some of the things St.Stephen’s Church of newse

union of geographical, areas of Diesis. L. Diesi M. Bello, A. Rello. eller wrote: “I answer frank

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poverty. backwardness, unem- Seacear’ oo ra, A. Marval, E. coming true. I know that there : hat I do not know"—buc still 66 ussed thin S hens’ _—
ployment end frustration under a : are quite a few people aware of There will be a recital of nae hela to his previous theors y ‘ i= A i .

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glorified system of Crown colony RATES OF EXCHA NGE the contribution that home econ- Mas music at the St. Stephe


























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government witt some ther omics tan give to tl Caribbean.” Church on Sunday, January 4, at atta {
high-sounding n or title.” * DECEMBER 28, if s} a als ; ye ht ee ' a th nh - 4.15 p.m ood deal has been vublished
8 mg F é elling NEW YORK Buying 1@ alS0 OXF sed ni hanks to Whine ave iD ite the US. papers in recent weeks |
feist ae ae ‘ 1.8% pr. Cheques on Bank 7). te pr. the many persons who worked rere are 12 items on the pros " nossible extensive use of
ance Constiition Sight or demand with he in the various places #tamme, the first of which is Mar- § yi hie redient | h ¢ d k
2 : . j Draft 699% PY. which she visited tin Shaw's anthem “O Light from “bagasse” as a chief ingre< : t 1OUg t a ta en
Rut this, says Mm Barrow, in 71.8% pr. Cabi fis Fastin u Age to Age the Same After a f th acture of newsprin
his rey is exactly what the 79.5% pr. ¢ ne 68.6% Pr ae igiund originally came | Vy aE ee aa { ect. it is suggested .
7 : tpons 7 ) k ‘aribb°an in Apt esist Selection of three carols, Mr. W. D c > a y ‘
Rance Constitution would give the 7 CANADA O.S% DF. | sca : yt ; aoe ae aa Harris will play ot Sar : j n part as a substitute for eV ery precaution
peoples of the British Camboean. (Ineluding Newfe iH ; “ A - A adsention Borowski’s “Adoration” and Ip de from Canada’s north- . !»?
> state } ( helleve ha 77.2¢ r eq 3 4 : ‘ e conomics anc yt wen » 3 : ‘ . . J ‘ ra hacks ‘
im Taten:, “Berhad Seanaee. tie} Site sot iN Nutrition convened at Kent Chatles Stanley's “Allegro cin spruce and balsam—the back yet they still get worms!
pole ape AP or ayes ath al Sight Drafts 15.1% pr House n June j inde th 2 int Soloist Keith Brown will then ( of Canadian pulpwood * 5
independent self-govern- 479. pr. Cat A . ne f tk "i o et “ Jo 4 ‘Ing three songs, two carols and tagasse” is defined as “sugar
with, at least, full dominion wm weirs = 7 Bt. A ths Mf? eT eens an anthem ' it comes crushed from the
Coupons 73.2% pr. FAC Cfhereafter, one ttrritorial 4 & 1 . i J



c —_———_——_——. governmer fter ¢ - reques Ba ana et son and Mrs. ill.” after the sugar content he Cher “ se
tian ax cant ls oF i MAIL NOTICE ernment after another requests it Cit lon ging a solo. been extracted. Then there was one

tion is regarded as something of a ed her help, with the result that
Ree











: pr we Another artiste taking part in . ° y
‘oke and oa hh wahala GE picts for Gt Vineent ‘by (aa: @ het was prolonged until mid- oe - : a Rid bette al » of South- “OP 1 1 I 5 |
= eps one nat “hit ; - ot Belqueen will be closed at the General December the recital will be Mr. Merton For yo fe x 1 r Be Mah pi eC aution VO aian £ la re.
feticration is dae ‘yp Post Office os und Her last assignment, before McCarty who will play an organ ern pine has been held up as a = -
| ederation is not acceptavie to Parcel Mail and Registered Ma‘l leaving for Roine. wai oy Antigua SOlo. substitute for Canadian (as we MN If 5 ’ 7 oy ] > ss |
| pon cor ey Ben 3. coe T edi, #0er, ecemnber. pen nd St, Kitt ; There as. in the ‘ The last item on the programme @ U.S. pulpwood) for making : \ Ou a ¢ OSE Gq € M1 !
eG he tin ." improved form a ' 7 other territories which’ she visited, 1s the anthem “Ring Out Wild newsprint but 25 or more years |
0 overnment, i Let ’ s ’



e > Fletcher t e resulte on”n 6 P. sc?
Mr Barrow declares that the she met with various committe®’s, Bell by Fletcher ale ates as Mice 7 ; ba cowth heno U7S
3arbadis s as intelligent a é { gave lectures to teachers and e more than © fo oO

ete. ntel aa ee ee Ss. Official







politically alert as any other peo- others concerned with home eco- CAROL SERVICE duction of sulphate uD 4 =~ Once a month
ple in the Caribbean area, Barba- e sg s on a and held a num- A Christmas Carol Service was i e ua er ee core beard, 5
dos is un outstanding example of F d At er of public meetings held by the boys of the Govern- 4;° ‘Suan , f New York rn”) o
successful local government, with , ire ment Industrial School on Sunday Atta kT as rea a . ‘ads pos = they ewould have |
a House of Assembly dating back TEL AVIV, Dec.. 29, evening in the recreation room | vi tive denial of the practical vir- 4
hl - on 5 sensi ORs Colonel Samuel Taxis Ameri- the school. His Excellency we tues of bagasse, He say been a full
W such a reputation > can anc ;

also a United Nations e al Acting Governor and Mrs. R ha clin of mantis tae |
‘cold’ to the important issue o!f (9 wa “d osterdé

Gatibbean fedesition?” cfficial was fired at yesterday gy radatnec d overnment officials that news- p oduction now

while visiting the scene of an George and Lady Seel







i 1" rir f be made in commercial
In the iatest full-dress depate eartie hooting t ne : @° The scheol band gave a recital of VT a
F t sg r shooting incident on tl . tle rotr agas . ‘
on federation in the Barbado ‘ Syric orde 1 spokes music. After the recital, Mrs. quantities from bagasse, the resi |
Israeli-Syrian border a pokes- 1 A f suga ne, was frowned |
Mouse cf Assembly, he continues, jaan said to-day Turner presented prizes to the ue ¢ ame CRUE, Mee ,
it wes made clear that Barbadians The shooting took place in the boys who had done well duri ‘pon to-day by the Pre ident o |
are “warm” to the idea of federa- gemilitarized area sout e tt I Our Own Correspondent the year. the Manati Sugar Co, a Cuban
7 : * ? F qdemuita zed area oum of ”
ne thi ; Si 7 et : 4 . enterprise
tion. During this debate, he says, goa of Galilee he id. Colonel ANTIGUA, Dec. 24. a Etkcal Mepastiente. ob ate
no dissenting voice was raised in Taxis, who is Chairman of the At 8.00 o’clock on Saturday . wi 1 aa ve i ; ‘aha
objection to the need of federa- . . ; a tiae 4 a ~ 1 s annual meeting of ocl:ho.ders o
tion Israeli-Syrian mixed armistice 20th December at St. Johns Shopkeepers Rush _ the Company said that the com-
o commission wag investigating re- Cathedral the Rev. John Albert . e



At the end of this debate, he pan) had investigated the mat-

ports that an Israeli police patrol! Thomas of Birmingham, England,

recalls, the House recommended ‘va, attacked at dawn yesterday i the “Rev Eric Llewellyn Into Bridgetown

that a conference of representa- An Israeli. spokesman saic

G . 9
. mi id Payne of St. James, Barbados, | \
tives of the Caribbean legislatures « * oe . . ~ sami Met Mere : . - —
she ne the col a yang of irregulars unc cover were ordained Priest, by the erchants of food provisior > . )
toe 1 coe ' % “Tk sei a ete of medium machine guns” attack- Right Rev. Ervin Swift, Bishop Stores in the city said yesterday R oad Acc ide nt
mdon K “gin nex ; 5 : = . ’ ’ ‘ i alee elie
April. At this prelimin vas confer- ‘“ police but were repulsed with of Puerto Rico, under the Mandate that they have never seen shop

no Israeli casualties. of the Lor rchbishop of the Keepers rush to the city a Monda The motor lorries A-107 ownec : aha ‘
The spokesman claimed that West ’ ord] yAychb t morning for so much goods as yes- and driven by Arthur Dickson, BRAND OF PHENOTHIAZINE
the attack was made by Syrian The Rev. Thomas was trained terday. ind E-232 owned by Broome

: e
The demilitarized zone a na saat baie . All along Roebuck Street, coun- Brother of Speightstown and { | It
the Sea of Galilee ha Bt the Brothe rhood of St, Paul, try lorries and those owned by driven by Jasper Jordan ¢ ollided con TO S worms in ou r
} . Barton, Yorkshire, and is curate iarahante lied boln side f the t Mil L Guestee Peter
puted by Syrians and f St Anthony in Montsefrat. a si s 0 a ile & Juarter, St. ete

since the end of fighting in Pales-/ ihe Rev. Payne was trained at ‘O14 awaiting thelr goods to be ,ubout 4 o'clock yesterday eve- . OBTAINABLL. FROM A, S. BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS) LTD.
















ence it was pr
out the many defective points in
the Rance Constitution, which the
House felt should be thoroughly
revised. Mr. Barrow believes that
this shows definitely that “Barba-

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—— 2 Se Eee Occ iare nee aces i Re Colle * Barbados ay One shopkeeper from the coun The vehicles were travelling in
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Antigua, hat some of the country shops ; ’ ; eae BS
‘ During his. brief visit to were opened. aot EY tn Mes d a ys colt “taht nA at ea eae pot a subsidiary company of Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd
- | Antigua the Bishop of Puerto ing the two holiday and. mans 5- aa . + ' dip dernaeel . 4 hile
wy ~ ; | lec was a guest at Government people who ran short of food sup- 4} © platforn of the oiler loRry
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BARBADOS ea ADVOCATE Bright. Slick Booming... (if, WHAT A HOWL. =r

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ARIS - SYDNEY « ties eas
DOCTOR BOMBARD sier “shot Fhonptae Se CEpUns Aes Exploitation WASHINGTON
ase ‘ Pestinstat ie Sain sansa aie Choad That is the immediate reason . - aye /
THE arrival in Barbados ‘he day before ; tt " ahianat io 7 or the Morocean flar®-up But PRESIDENT TRUMAN has had many a
- : 1 lly the ‘re < ° a F
Christmas Eve of the French scientist | » the susod 4 When You Probably oe lye ae prose Mig 8 slap since he started runniny, the country.
Dortor Bombard is now known to millions : Secon tit a Last Heard Of The peanon, we Ont stretches ail} But few have been so hard as that delivered Prosperous
of newspaper readers throughout the fortress city, the Arab Me: Place’... oe varsiacmee ae New. York. PY Seven members of the Wage Stabilisation
world. Barbados which Christopher cid rag eee, a" @ NINETEEN HUNDRED My f i Pierre, driving m2, Board who resigned recently.
é é $ ine ' nlit boulevard of NINETEE? Lit 1 rienc ie ri 2m s
Cc in lever scovere é ac ia yg ¥ richest slonia i tie AND FORTY - THREE ircund Casa a few weeks ago, s : ing of N
olumbus never discovered has achieved ance’s richest color ial city te ‘lun ‘Gusiintten aah | told pan Whar Boney They sent Mr. Truman a stinging letter ew Y ear
a renown which will never be forgotter : ate f French citizens, In mid-J Winsto! rebuke for submitting to the miners’ demands
¢ uy ni you must rat the celluloid mid-January ston J : : “
in human history. The island neglected asablanea. Bogart has never heen Churchill and President “When the Americans came’ for more money, and described the remnants TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
i Ch aan Cc n il al here ny Roosevelt met to talk here to build their bases,” he f hi y> k d
2V nristopher Columbus will always be r it the “(nea’? strategy 4 “un- said, “they exp*cted one Arab to of his programme to keep wages an rices >
remembered as the island on which Doctor nap that counts—a sacha conditionat surrender" do ihe work of one “Amneriean. under sonnel as *hatherar wae sham a a gree
Bombard landed after spending sixty-five aon Cement City,” bright, L id as th Fren tute tee amie mockery.” WILKINSON & HAYNES Co., Ltd.
€ an alter § } , 2 Sixty- Lic k, and bo ing—booming with a n mid-January at year rench authorities made an officia
days at sea, fifty-three of which he passed | 4meri ws and the mineral S ee call- | protest they told us frankly:| hey said, too, political expediency was : Successors To
th ¢ . ther | ies nq oO lemot wealth ed Casablanca was That's just colonial exploitation. s . . oF ‘
without tasting otner than sea food. hat tur it into the richest first seen in London We work on democratic principles behind the President’s decision (it raised the ec; S. PITCHER & co.
Strouds Bay beach which until now was ind greatest port of North Africa. cinemas, Humphrey and we are going to pay fairly.’ a f
ek. eine qihe on: Cate deamiesile Down slong the main ‘stre Bogart and Ingrid Berg- Sa, 1 pe Do va sarge Foss eR 6d, - re = - i Phone 4678, 4687 BECKWITH STORES
; at 7 : ' , : he Rue de la Gi ¢ where the man starred in it. Americans discovered that ‘seven and adde e canno subscribe to e
will, so long as human memory lasts aie oe ae ee "eae —_ of Arabs do the work of one Amer- theory that this Government should sacrifice — ee
5 TH rmhere ‘ , i 1e Hue de la Paix, only cheaper ican and the cost of their air
be calli mbere x 7 will be ot the shoe-shine Arab boys speak Today 60,000 live — oe “ial bases wile consequently phenome public interest to hooliganism.”
to millions who have never heard ood American, nodern city, port and industrial enally above their budget. With . 5 ;
of Brighton or the Lido Dostas And if you do not (Want a shoe- acea pouring its factory smoke exuki rae Sams they atetat Arab The RESIGNATIONS leave the board—it
arls 4 ine t mbit “y » hac Z imes yer > we :
Gissiktan tan chaoui Waxbudse co tha vase hine he next ; am wt _“Diyou beck 1608 me eulee the weet Bian ry "the Areb we is supposed to have 18 members—without a
3 Q e 5 > me ina go s 1 50, , on ; is
Quaint old oo sh buildings? <3 vied ae —* h ,@ ment cient @uoruM and 12,000 cases to consider.
No one has ever done what he has done ‘es—the City Hall, less tt R Phare is a New Medina how SRowcer, Witch ls Brey Oy tl
. y » tess than 25 44 on the outskirts there are *° 82 Arab labour2r, and (2) the} What happens now? The angry members
before and no one is likely to do it again. years old, and on § : & sense of a material and powerful

who resigned think that strikes lie ahead,

Glamour? Yes, in the chromium 'einforcements to the Arab popu-
| for they said Mr. Truman’s action “is an im-

Those who have seen ‘the rubber raft lation, waiting to move in, They @ly against the Frenc oh,

inemas





L’Heretique now on exhibition at the Wealth? Absolutely — bursting te living meantime in a_ place . ok setae ;
Hart : 1 Poli Headouarter in | ae uit everywhere in great i ainnae aon Bidonville—literally trans- A Clue plied invitation that a union need only
arbour o1ice eadquarters ay uper-modern concrete . i+ sted “tin town’ because it has oe . a
; mcrete apartment ; : Yes, this is indeed a sad story threaten a paralysing strike to break Gov.
Street will agree that it would be hazard ouses; in three miles of wharves peer hammered out of American among allies? But it is as my P ysing
ous to make a sea trip in it from Barbados at will double themselves in the Petrol cans. friend, Pierre, a typical average €rnment policy.”

ext three years; in 1,000 millior The first spark that has carried jy "CE ‘renchmé to r a i
\merican dollars going into ae the flame of fanatical nationalism oroccan Frenchman told it SO MANY bank workers are embezzling

eat atom-bomb bas and in qa through the Medinas and Bidon- mt is a story with more than one that the bankers have formed an as-
fanaiig American force greater ‘He, has come fromm lax! Pris one sia; no "daubt:, Fut it ex sociation to protect themselves, and try to
ogether mummy ane’ pole unionist leader Ferhat Hached, ee why the French are ut Ot work out a fiool-proof prevention system.

Tin Town ide Tee teat Tachend wen mnseered et Abies: ‘Last year, one bank in every 20 had an em-
AND now the red flame of ' ae wl c It is a clue to the intolerant

by the French colonialist secre’ . Sa rl bezzler, and the reenta rate ven
ommunist-exploited nationalism militia “The Red Hand.” Secret attitude of the French towards ; buat 43? + ee

to St. Vincent. Few persons would dream



of crossing 2,700 miles of open sea in it.
This Doctor Bombard claims to have done
and to make it more difficult, he subsisted
for fifty-three days (until he met the
Arakaka) on fish and other sea food. To







the ‘ordinary. individual a journey “act licking through the boulevards — what Sey contider an unnentien : higher this year. From 1934, 105 banks have
e orc ary ndaua é ourney across t t Don et A Bike id . . sentimentality towards politically
' - J . 4 Li t iris-in-Africa, Why and Tunisian and Moroccan lenitateinns North Aisinaite ; been forced to close because of embezzlement
the Atlantic would seem eventful enough ee asta a tionalists had already met in : she Losses:
in a raft like Doctor Bombard’s but to om the ‘Old Medin “Thirte London last October at the Inter- It is a clue, too, to the reason

» t I na, iirty ne

a he Ok y rational Congress of Peoples, behind the knives and the bombs, | FORGERS as well as bank clerks are £0-

irs ago it was all there was of presided over by Mr, Fenner
ablanca — a little Arab port Brockway 1 )

ith a 12,000 population,

anyone intent on proving that persons lost

the harsh.reality behind the tinsel img to find life tougher. A firm in Rochester,
at sea could survive for longer periods

hime Seas weit aid andar oe —LEs. |New York, after 15 years of research, has)

a a ae eee Bere : ae Paar a cheque which blossoms with};

Gin 1 “void” markings when anyone tries to work
A P & C A 19 52 on it with an ink eraser.

iv « eron 0. oD AS the Supreme Court prepares to con-

sider the separation of white from coloured

Brush-QOft ‘i children in American schools, about which

education leaders have complained for

years, word comes from the Southern States

—THE WAY WE SNUBBED TRADERS IN GERMANY LONG AGO in which Negroes make up 29 per cent. of

than was currently regarded possible the



purpose of a diet of sea food is immediate-
ly apparent. The doctor has assured the
world that he has crossed the Atlantic
from Las Palmas to Barbados in the raft
which anyone in Barbados can inspect at
the Harbour Police Headquarters. He is
emphatic that he did not touch the emer-
gency rations which he carried with him
in a sealed tin and which he says he dis

IT Cw 1 ig 1 : i , wi i i
citaanel BAdbd ia drowd ‘of: abbut: tw a * nay Roars After. P Itt Ky Willi Harkley hereafter—what will the Empire the population, that they will fight to main-
es : shat Chama tontite : 1 3 re iain ar @y trading position be? \tain segregation.
hundred persons at Strouds Bay Beach ire tr Thevther by te ft ef. The E It is being decided at the con-| ¥AROLD LLOYD, the silent-movie come
: . . : aue i ar ef- S Le i ‘ [rence 2 ; 5 - J -
immediately after landing. Doctor Bom enc eitpearec he Empire Economic Con- ference held in London. space 2

, ference met twice to talk The late Socialist Gove . i fi i i > js

_in 1932 the sudden increase in about trade—in committee. threw away our freedom. "eaten dian, finds at Siete to make BASES Y: by dust
LS tar in had_ killed Canadian What it decides can affect our the General Agreement on Tariffs ing-off his old pictures than by making a new
xports to the States. An Impe- lives for the next twenty and ‘Trade (GATT for short) it one—which he promised to do three years
al Conference was held that year years, bound us to the same lunacy as ‘ ili :

n Ottawa. The Canadians turned the ‘treaty with the Germans 280 He is now compiling a full-length fea-

» Britair ‘ :
oe German imports than on Uniteq Which, we ended half a century ture of scenes from comedies he made be-

bard has frankly confessed the feeling of
absolute hopelessness which overwhelmed
him from 13th November to December 10
when he lost all sense of direction anal






g i £ > spe >was “ave ra I ar st ti s r . “4 =a OAT 2 7
had no idea of the speed he was travellins aeaars, SOT o _trapped into Kingdom imports. It sounds luna- 28°; GATT whittles down existing tween 1918 and 1939
Such an experience is not easy to put into Senta T ld eee Sea tic, but there it is. : preferences and forbids any new n an . .
is ata : See oe : pha Won ats ee as in Canada — und Lib yy. Prefereces. ALTHOUGH everybody seems to be try-
words but anyone who has been becalmed ttawa at the tir The confer~, , if a a eral Gov The Question 9 :
” : . ‘ nee was the most secre , affair CrBment, if you please appealed s ing a: rs ; .
*$ in a schooner off these islands for some + Ph dir egal Moretive altar : ng to make a mystery out of who paid for

tinable. M ara | eae , to our Tory Government to gid What will the Tory Government ' ,, : ; a i
' trot if a ateconaeed + aa et this treaty. We refused Canits do? Mr. Ronald Russell, Tory General Eisenhower's Korean trip, there

he time of the day. faced the wrath of Germany. M.-P. for South Wembley, a tower seems no doubt that it was made at Govern-

She cleverly drove a prairie Of Strength in the Empire Prefer- ;
Mr, Malcolm MacDonald was W880 through the treaty, She €nce movement, says to me: “It is ment expense—something more than 47,500
eputed to keep us informed of “ecided to give a preference in the party line to free ourselves dollars (£17,000).

days will have some idea of the wretched
ness which accompanies lack of motion at
sea even when land is in sight. To be lost
in the middle of the Atlantic on a raft and
to go on eating raw fish and drinking rain
water requires qualities of courage which
few of us would claim to possess. These

Bedspreads
Net Curtain

vhat was going on, He beeame her market to any ccuntry which from the restrictive clauses of i
expert in telling us nothing FUt no duty on her exports. GATT.” | It was revealed to-day that President Tru-
‘ree times a day that he has The only countries in the world , Mr. Lennox-Boyd was a power-'man ordered the Defence Department to
eld high rank in diplomacy ever Which filled that bill were Britain ful abolitionist as a private mem- |. 7 ; “ thi
says and New South Wales (nct yet ber when the Socialists were in 8lVe General Eisenhower anything he
ederated in Australia), power. He was in a position to wanted.”
The end In vain the Germans screamed help implement these pledges ‘
at an affront. Where they paid When he went to the Colonial THE people who make whisky legally are
a_tariff of £1 we thereafter paid Office in this Tory Government. sg worried by the activities of thdse who
\7s. 6d. In the next ten years He was whisked away to Trans- v
South Africa, Australia and New Port.
Zealand followed Canada’s lead. - }
We freed our hands in 1899 by @dvocacy have proved an em- . 5
Mr. Bennett (Prime Minister of Tepealing the German treaty. barrassment if he had stayed? pre coms (24-169, $4, .)& gation. tof dollars
‘anada) “To help us sell our . But for another 20 ye: from The 1952 Moral | (£2 2s. 10d.) to keep them from bankruptcy.
eef to you are you prepared to 1899 to 1919—Britain was content THE Socialists develop a quite

vut a tariff of 4d. a lb. on Argen- to receive a preference in these different attack on Imperial} WOMEN in Washington are trying to find

qualities of courage and endurance Doctor
Bombard must possess in full measure
and all Barbados is proud that so brave
a man should have landed on its: shores
Doctor Bombard on the other hand has
been profuse with expressions of apprecia-
tion of the hospitality and friendliness
which he has received from all Barbadians




The veil was rent for me only
nee, My information was that

great Imperial Conference
pened in private in some such
erms as this:

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make it illegally that they are appealing to
? Would the strength of his the Government to cut taxes from 13 dollars

selection to sive your
home a New Wear Look.




Oa ieee eet so ‘ ih / ine beef?” Empire markets, to the immense Preference. Mr. Hugh Gaitskell’s :
with whom he has come into contact, He Mr. Baldwin (Prime Minister advantage yof cur expert trade, line is that it no longer matters, |@% answer to an old social problem. 7 7
has offered to the Royal Barbados Yacht , So Britath) lat nas neers without giving a penny in return, “We Favors OF it tape. is pepcucted It is the kid glove question—should the CRETONNE —... seein eee e nee $1.89
Wo . ag sn fie . — . e « question would no de asKe ry 4 ~ »y he Ministry o o be y : . . - ~ ~ - “*
Club the flag which he flew on the top of his t this time.” ; The 1903 Story purchase and by quota arrange |/@dies remove their glove as they queue to}}}} CHENILLE BEDSPREADS ................-- 19.85

nian aa a - . “THE Prime Minister: f the ; :
‘ing _V a4 n o conf ice » momen oO he ents é ar av imi- e sw i
small mast during the voyage and would Finis to conference the moment Goon ies respectfully urge on His ments that tariffs have no im-|shake hands with the President.

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like the Barbados Museum to accept the uit mt Pg vat areweo St Majesty’s Government the ex- gg ee to say we are a Socialist | AUthorities differ. A White House spokes-

7 : : y i o hopes of cut- ace s is ay we are ¢ cid . x

raft L’Heretique after it has been shipped ng cur joints in our own Empire. pediency of grenting "4 _~ oe State in perpetuity. man says: “It’s kinder to keep the glove on RE iy lyse eile Wivees cee cease pase toss 1.57
Nia SR oe siete nie ; Ve scorned our friends and re- ,*" pees Cane reatmen It is mere party megalomania. Sate : .

to France where the experts can examine a pos diwe 46 sa for. t@ the products and manufactures Quite a short emea ot poHpatis to restrain the grip and save the hand of TAPESTRINS | hci teeta Ny levee from 5.00
it thoroughly and report on its condition. gner. of the Colonies, either by exemp- tion and abundance would sweep | the President.”

: , : All we get is a row of cocked ton from or reduction of duties the State trader clean out of the :
An offer such as this reflects the generosi- et ait Parke othe iouen: now or hereafter imposed.” enavieat ' But Carolyn Shaw, arbiter on social cus-
ty of mind and heart of the man who made no. ané his boast that in our , Such were the terms of a resO- Thus Socialism seeks to per-|toms and editor of the Social List of Wash-
it and the Museum authorities should ‘xtremity he acquired Britain's lution passed in the year 1903. In petuate itself. For. if freedom is | ; xt is “It’s friend

’ : ae ast investments in his country @!! these 20 years the Empire got restored to the market we shall be ington, says “It’s more friendly to take the

make evety effort to secure an object or nothing. “ nothing but a dusty answer from left powerless ta direct Empire | glove off.”
which every visitor to Barbados will want Tae Seed aceer Tee Set er wrede. 00 out mie Common- |
: e y “. a , - s ' i ‘i The 1897 Plot — ae ae oa a aes wealth advantage unless the Gov- |

o see and whic a arbadians wWli ce syste vhich perpetuated ernment recovers its fiscal free- e
redard:with special. pride... Dector Bom- | 0°, back 2 bit Subther, to the same wae ties, socigions foment endl Wo ‘at hers and ons
eg specie , nw ee ir 1897. We had-a treaty with The 1972 Query We should shake off GATT
bard’s stay in Barbados will be very brief. sermany, dated 1862, by which IF the Colonies as they were, as we shook off the Germans half fl y f BOAC

oR it at do no -for France } promised that we would never the self-governing Dominions as a century ago, \ or )

_ 7: spe Perey for France. vis ilow the Colonies (as they were they are, were to turn away from | We should then be back where .
New York. He has spent a happy and alled) to give us a peseenm us now—could you blame them? I started, 20 years ago, with the By JAMES STUART

ia Ste v4 se onic : We had promised Germany that How often do you have to reject task of creating an Empire trad- "
cheerful Christmastide among friends and e would never allow Canada, for the proffered hand? ing Semmnity ell te be clrried! Tritish Overseas Airways now have two
he is enthusiastic about the kindness of xemp!e, to put a higher duty on Twenty years hence, 20 years out, —L.E.S. ; a Eres om” ¢
the Barbadians he has met. Barbadians < ; Frese Le MEE Toei gn os a. of fathers and sons among their
iP ; ’ : - ying crews
will not want to see him leave the island =~ yinj .

; 4 y : “ ”
without due honours and will certainly unr ea Crs ay 2 Captain L, V. (“Buddy”) Messenger, ace
want some public recognition to be made ° er a me See a oe Atlantic pilot, and his son First Officer Peter we .

; “Go S » Man!” snimals and fishes, 8,000 differ- 81d a.) wih gation canals and) yrocssenger, w for s i - ; ; , ray iat
of his visit . oP South Youn Man ent specimens of wild birds, a live Rood tale ve ond their aA ] ci 9 : th ar sores bese had been the d ORE ENJOYABLE wil Ww COLD BRAL
3 : . i To the Editor, The Advocate-— Zoo in the Botanical Gardens nan canals or moving the cut only father and son combination, are joined COCKTAILS
The luncheon which His Excellency the SIR, U.S.A, exporters are which are 180 acres in extent) the Canes into the factories) and their by the Costers .

Aides Governst ia atving th Dr. Bom- earning that only reciprocal im- wide streets and avenues—many Wéll-equipped factories—is very} ~+ f ° COCKTAIL PARTY SPECIALS
‘ ag ’ er wo ea , . orts into the U S.A. can pay them with tree-shaded central pedes- much ‘worth wa SHARP Radio Officer Albert Coster, 50 years oid:! TEMPTERS Genes Vurkeys. ;
»ard’s honour today and which will be at- | (in real money) for their exports trian-ways for persons on fowt— , cule ' : : Nhicke Ducks

’ A ‘ +5 a ; 28 Officers Quarters has be 7 ey Chickens, ucKs,
"e ii a versed the splendid markets (thronged ’ nas been flying 18 years, and reckons that Col ni i
tended by compatriots of the g Pe : : ~ , Garrison, ying 2 ’ nloured Onions, _| Lamb Legs.
| Maybe, a good way » encourage } Ss ix re [ sve : 7. > a) Me

scientist is a fitting recognition o lis. eet eer ot et et with) SAR ARS ares ax ‘different oy F he has covered three million miles. His Cheese in Pkgs. Frozen Fish.
stien is a fitting recognition of adi ong ay t and 10Or Y races) the eager, busy, live atmos- 93.12 : ‘ Frozen Peas.
tinguished visitor ourists t 1¢ to paahee os is for phere of the town—all are most *”° Pree Control 26-year-old son, John, is now flying as an) Prunes, Frozen Strawberries
a een Petr Barbadians to visit their Carib- interesting, instructive, stimulat- riee Centro ain Lima Beans. .

bean neighbours, establish me ing; and a visit would be infor- To the Editor, The Advocate, Engineer Omics in Comet ee. Cashew Nuts. Succotash,
tacts, and facilitate a reciprocal mative as well as a change and SIR,—I have observed that the a : . Corn Kernals
= i lie tourist tr S relaxation; while if you have the majority of shopkeepers regard Sausages, Asr. Tips. ;
SERETSE KHAMA s sp 8 ds in ia A pig or oi time and Opp er nene to visit the Price Controls merely as an act of AIR MARSHAL Sir John Boothman,' Anchovies, feckinae Dried.
. , Colonies freely admit that Barba- jnterior, a completely: new vista increasing the “price of com- > . Cranberry Sauce.

IT looked as if the long drawn-out story “a ; pleases epot for a Vaca unfaide tiaelf, en I 51-year-old air chief at the Ministry of Sup- Anchovy | Paste. Red Currant Jelly.
of Seretse Khama would end last month | 0% ‘that vou on a a , It o we mate Site te get The Price Control Office has ply, has just been elected Vice-President of Lobster Fruit Puddings.

2 a. 9)5 sen . am o j Eric s here to make a Sita real there. ai ane takes y ° : : . . =e - — pointes
when a khotla” was held by en Dee B- | sucee eas b salen te in 150 mine fairly seen it fit to reduce the|the Royal Aero Club in place of the late} Lobster Paste, LIQUOR DEPT
wat Oo choose ¢ new c , > sal Wher \ ,eorg wn : ~e > i 5 > : ;
wato to choose . - w capt a : tT abe! n Georgetown, utes—a smooth, pleasant trip. — * Gear ase the tormer Colonel W. C. Devereux. Sir John was the| Anti Pasto F
autnorities hopec tnat with us electio British Gu ecember, my i . : s é | Dubonnet. ss :
the name of Ser tse would soon be forgot- friends there i me why so . You can also go by 'plane from higher prices, jman w ho won the Schneider Trogtey in 1931. Tooth Picks. Samternes baa

: _ . ”e ew B i * spend a hol- Georgetown Yo Kaiteur Falls and | * ' ; i Li mi
— But their | ope wert Ee o d n Briti pe aS ' watiien” in, Abie eae day. These _ IN as much as there are Price | Cheese Biscuits. cla mr
1en the tribe met the majority said that te imit that -Fire Geor Fall ire a World's Wonder and Control Inspectors, condensed! = p»nys v7 . | : i + an ant

there could be no chief so long as Serets¢ | town, British . had much well repay a visit. milk is being sold at (34) thirty-| 1tREE times as many motorists are fly- eh ee areas ‘Saas
was alive. The “khotla” dispersed until o offer visitors h was unob- advice to 3arbadians—of tae peice - tin. i svete shops | ing their cars across the Channel compared sai ah a een CNTR Dry Sack. :

> ploughin son < over ‘ ha nable eisew sexes and all ages—is to visit > price tag on e shelves for i Sis és a | Viell .

me = hit 3 8 is ( ~ But there I on sas ak = Crier, You can learn this item is thirty-four cents for with last winter. | PHONE ee Same.
diseussed the affair calmly : tl ar es . +e ry —, pon at Pre The 50 per cent cut in the air ferry rates Creme de Menthe.

s ss t ulti aiml nh » Was ) ir ating; vn lan g te. . nit’ ile or . ‘am ‘ oti
recurrence of past disorder and ill-temper, the new M ir el ur sugar technologist k But if this re the onlv pro-; 2%! the summer holiday boom was over GODDARDS Worthington Ale
and as time ve on the memory of eresting and ! . imit that a visit. to their ae offe ieee cone have has meant much heavier winter traffic, and| i Guinness Stout. —

. 3 ay - as Seas tia es plantations—14 been al t no need for dissatis-|,. om - tee : ss ae ‘sg . :
Seretse may ge B ne xt spring the tribe ’ miles more in area faction among housewives about 1,500 cars have been flown over the y WE DELIVER Grebe feesia tines tvs old)
may decide to acc the inevitable. i microcosm — t > with their own railways for OPPRESSED. Channel in the last two months—L.ES, "ye tes




TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Good Understanding With Latin |

America Would Benefit West Indies &
W.1. Must Follow | |

CASUARINAS INT
Events In O.R.LT.

It is very important that the Caribbean Area Division
of the Inter-American Regional Organization (O.R.1.T.)
keeps itself fully acquainted with what is taking place in
the Organization, Mr. L. J. Marcano, Secretary of this

Division said yesterday in an interview with the Advocate.
Mr. Marcano arrived here oA



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REST TOURISTS

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"/ Whatfinervalue could
there be? . . . wonderful
nylons by Aristoc

Ae precious es pearls, os abry as bubbles, surprise

Hat Thief Jailed
For Five Months

Sentence of five months’ imprisonment with hard
labour was yesterday passed on 36-year-old labourer Liv-




























ingston Shorey of Sealy Hall, St. John, by his Worship | Here come magical Aristoe aylons to lightem yeur
tay Sree Trinidad where he Ss, S, Pro Ss { Mr, E. A. McLeod, Pelice Magistrate of District “A” when step, created for you by « specialist company
Ze meena Cottey beeen ro spec or he pleaded guilty of stealing four Wilson hats valued at which makes nothing but fine stockirgs There's
ary gress o nm " sick .
the Inter American Regional Or- A hie Sas ce W ith £701 ve the gph arty ot F. Harrison & Co te. ‘ | a ahade to mateh your every mood and dress
ganization of Workers held in Rio ag I riyv es 1 1 fan -. rosectin Poy hike. 4 < oor a Sh aes ly ° | te perfection; as for quality, what could be
de Janeiro from December 12 to \ King ttached Central ._ ae ; i ore | finer? Try « few pairs for yourself —and then
a (; “% t Ca ‘Station prosecuted for the STOLE SHEEP ssehiseaaaiia
He said that there were more enera rgo Police. Shot pr was “oo me es - nner
than 160 representatives attendin Siskit hindned tb f a! we ented . His Worship Mr. G. B. Griffith, that such masterly
ites ; ere ig rundrec s of generé dn) * ‘ eat . Acting Police Magistrate of Dis sookt .
2 Se em there Nic cargo arrived in the colony on , 7 a Greenidge rict “A” yesterday fined 31-year _
$ Caribbes eee atives of the board the 3,624 ton Harrison line oper gf the criminal oe wrpénter Prince Harris o oe tase
= “a ean area, they conridered steamer Prospector which called Bene Court that Shorey had Sve pisck Rock, St. Michael £8 to be]
: themselves fortunate in having the on Sunday from London. ? as Convictons and on the. cid in 14 days or one month’
opportunity of attending. It was The Prospector also brought a ee Serres h wea Aned & Pe nt with herd lab vt for
true that the work done at the shipment of cars and unloading re See Mav ao tha Marjori stealing a sheep from Lloyd Gibb
Congress concerned the Latin began yesterday. General cargo ‘Sat. M ae ay io pee ee I ember 29.
American Countries principally, included foodstuffs and medicines. ore at Secs x4 eta i Peat th ‘ Sat. Alleyne of Céntral Polic
but those countries were coun- Captain H. T. Wells is in command sty alone Tuder Strent station prosecuted for the Police. |
tries with plenty of prospects tor of the Prespector which is con- we oh oe ; y eee oes oes eA iarris Was not represented ! the aristocrat 0, of stockings
the future and likely to play a Signed to Da Costa & Co,, Ltd. hat box under his arm. He asked bbs told the Court that on
leading role in the world of Tri de 10,000 BAGS OF POTASH. him what it contained and where December 29 he left his sheep in |
Union movements. Ten thousand bags of muriate of he got it from, Shorey r ed to 4 fleld When he returned ;
t sé ags ‘ r it











+ ah Maries . f i n afternoon he found |}
If the workers of the Caribbean potash were being landed yester- ee bu Mie entral Police S tw missing. He reported the |
can Keep on a good underswnauig day from the Saguenay Terminate c r H gape cae Y iy ig ~ matter to the Police A
with the Latin American browers, ©teamship Sunamelia which arriv- hime the box i Peep Mee Police Constable Foster who ar-
there is every possibiuty that ed from London on Saturday. ‘The hit ae hen opened at rested Harri8 said that after tt 2- 7
when the natural wealth of these . aaa een ees brought entral ry ‘fda Station Teen tht yi ; sheep was found in the possession | 5
. he a ah ung @ . 5,459 bags of Portland gagment and ; heyy ted sere. 5 r . . hec } AB ~%
countries _ be ing explored, this 168 bales. ot Wallbe rd Foodstuff four Wilson hats which were val- of H ny ei a ae aon x hy :
area would benefit. My a ee ey ve ss 7 7 arr other as to ether she
He said that for one, unem- included 35 cases of cocoa, 365 ed’ at 4 AD t given him a sheep sometin
p 3 bags of split-p 48 bags of Pear! : =n OK T ick. Harri’: her told bh hat
yme nies: -etlone 5 3 > CASE STRUCK OUT. | k arriS’ mother told him that
hia ve relieved tn hte Mtge barley, 300 bags of potatoes and
> e over é y ove oi

he never gave him a sheep

200 bags of onions. Footwear and Their Honours Mr H A Harris in a statement to the



development on the part of Lat







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medicines were also included in Vaughan and Mr. A. J. H. Hans- Police said that his mother had ite au :
America, . the ship’s cargo. Mster of the chell, Judges of the Assistant Court given him the sheep which’ wa a
Approximately 25 countries were Sunamelia is Captain Hans Chris- THESE TWO tourists from the “Empress of Scotland” take an@nterest of Appeal, yesterday struck out for identified as the property of Lloyd |
represented at the Congress, Be- tiansen and it ‘is consigned to in the casuarinas around the Information Bureau at the Baggage want of jurisdiction the case in Gibbs. | Baa
sides the United States of Ameri- Plantations Ltd. Warehouse yest orday morning. which Leon Layne of Montrose, 4
ca and Canada, other counuies NORTH-BOUND VOYAGE. = te CAP Se ore Tt epee nee

Christ Church was charged with IM? ROPER) LANGUAGE,
were Brazil, Costa Rica, Cubs, Ss eee oe

7 inflicting bodily harm on Wilbert
M ~ onezuela Argentina The Canadian Cruiser was f Oo 1 B us Chase with a knife on April 29 this. 1” the Assistant Court of Appe: al
Chile” gee’ me along another arrival on Saturday, from r r J iy ) = siregtcbesnee Arty an "Y yea'erday, Their Honours Mr. H. A
Uruguay The other i nbaan teil Trinidad’ on its north-bound voy- ,
tives of the Caribbean Area were

His Worship Mr. C. L. Walwyn ya han eee A. J # Han *

ge. finec wne £5 to be pa chell fine ‘lairmonte Lavine |

. © "The Cruiser brought 13 passen- ° £ pe he comin pie pale hus driver of St, James 12/- to be |

ae ae aaa ene gers to the island. 20 were intran- I ' ! , |
aze anc ijngaarae uteh

SWAMP-ROOT can heip you

UNHEALTHY KIDNEYS can rob you of all your
pep! That's why SMART PEOPLE help keep
their kidneys healthy — with swamp-roor!
Yes, miraculous SWAMP-ROOT will stimulate
and clean your kidneys! SWAMP-ROOT is re-
liable, because it's made from herb the
oldest medicine in the world! SWAMP-ROOT

ment with hard labour for the Paid in seven days or 14 days’ in
T, . sit offence but Layne appealed against prisonment for using improper
Guiana) and S. M. Shakoor (Brit- ~ The vessel also brought 1,745 His "Worship Mr. “Walwyn's de- language on a bus he was driving
ish Guiana). Delegates present in- hags of flour, 600 hags of corn- After the ; 7


















































\ \\ ‘ helps you quickly — because it’s a liquid, and
four-day holiday, work on the waterfront cisjn on February 18 this year, but dis- | ¢ ys \ 3 your body absorbs it faster! DON'T NEGLECT
cluded Mr. John L. Lewis, Leader meal, 450 cases of grapefruit juice, Fe ¥ I ‘ . t 7 : ter- missed without prejudice” a case] \ =¢ ) ! } SWAM
: ; ms. cae ; ras resume y rigour ste é ors n the Court of Appeal yester 1 | \e YOUR KIDNEYS! GET DR. KILMER’S SW
of the America Miners Union, 50 cases of eggs and 44 barrels of was resumed W ith vigour este rday. Labourers hustle d to dont Me. PE. T. Beancker ap. brought by the Police charging| \" SWAN \ ROOT TODAY, AND TAKE IT RIGHT AN
and his daughter Miss Catheryn pickled pork, Captain O'Hoera ie finish jobs to which the “holidays’ had put aetemporary °°%) a ro rayne while Sut. E. him with ‘stopping his bus at a| ; ROOT \ .
Lewis, Mr. William C. Doherty and in command of the vessel. Loc»! halt. King of Central Police Station spot where there was no bus stop ’ et
= George = o. oe A mie A ; soe a Gardiner Aus- Many vessels arrived in Carlisle Bay during the long proseguted for th rouse 7 B Pecks ree ee f
yr. ¢ Genbroe enera cS aan . " *holidav’ an le ‘ 1 ) “argo. These. alsc The evidence for TOR e ee eee eat ee ae O- |
Secretary of the LCFT.U War ») DUTCH STEAMER CALLS, h¢ a —_ to load and unload cargo. These, also had tion was that on April 29 while ship _ G. B. Griffith who dis- |
soa Minas aie : ———— ines t ye attended to cr . n Beckl Road with missed the case of indecent lan
body Mersrs. Schwarz and Romu- - - , ; s 1a was 0 seck le oa “ine ae ¢
aldi, both Assistant Secretaries cf jA4ry'ng 9D Satur day night Se earn reer rts. 3 er Careenage, work » girl named Sheila Beckles, guage Skane Lavine Virnons pee A PRODUCT OF KILMER*& CO.
y aa neg alia Ps ewes Wi eing carried out on some tyne got into an argument. / , iudice anc ed h 5/- anc Bat
the O.R.LT. and Mr. George Burt jhe Dutch steamer Oranjestad M: Fx ib 2 d Others laden with muri- at & thi Canaan both men costs to be paid in seven days or |
from Canada which called from Trinidad en Man Pounce Qa ite of potash were berthed near ¢ought in the road and Chasé was seven s’ imprisonment — for
7 . ace route to the United Kingdom. Fair¢ 1 from where UN= cabbed by Layne with a knife topping his bus at a stop where a]
T Opened Conference 11 The Oranjestad brought a Shortly after 11.30 a.m. yes Che “fit Mia to the Gane 1] stop sign was not placed
ne Conierence was Opened D/ quantity of general cargo to the terday the dead body of 38 om ge wi oe : Mr J. ET. B ses aa
‘ . . : . as »bably ospital and there Dr. Scomorock ME. « . jrancker Who ap
the Braziian winisvwr of Labour, island. Local agents for the ship year-old Richard Bovell, a sad Br Fae an on Pa atin aa sine s wound peared for Lavine in the Court of yure ourse
in the nal of tne wunisery of Lt- are S, P. Musson, Son & Co., Ltd. watchman of the Pine Hous were “ wrked all ir ‘the left lumbar region which he Appeal submitted thet the com- Oo
bour. Apart trom Ue aeiegaces ; ing Scheme, St. Michael Was : of th ee a cette said was inflicted with a sharp pPlaint stated that his client used | VY
there were such intecnauonal ¥ SO ere eee found on Upper Collymore uris t fre n the | olnte d instrument such as a knife “inproper” language and there was puZe
‘ ———____—__ — hee 2 ris om voint 3 asak 3
cod pele ect Racy 4 Youre Adding to the r t arrivals BOGe romano, Pusey oe scotland moved off but in his opinion the wound was bo such word When his client @
Labour Attache and the brits oy coli cones Kalkara under year-old chaffeur Reuben Rice on the. organised. sight-seeingeerivial: stopped the bus he had not stopped o
Labour Attache, besides members Captain W. Green from Bequia. oe aren ee tours. Many of the "tourists wer Before striking out the case e nn”
of the public. Kalkara is moored off the Royal the Pubic: Motshaet and at seen in the City stores buying Their Honours said that apparent- On page 6 ¥y
Mr, F. L. Walcott was one of Barbados Yacht Club. 3.30 pm. Dr. A. 8. Ashby items and curios of the island.
the Vice Chairmen on the Execu- Yesterday morning the yacht Se. a : See Rett ; ‘ ‘ r’
tive Board of the Congress. Com- Leander atrived from St. Lucia | Betformed @ post mortem ox O 7,000 empty barrels .were Ionita : . » : ( ood \mas
ve Board Stee BOE ne oes fr the Yacht amination. An inquest has not binant da RE Mena Oh the a i¢ nis pe pn , ; as
mittees formed wer : the ere a joing alkary 0 1e Yacht yet been fixed. aha aR SoG cya a
; ; r 2c 60 oh 6Mr. Club. I} mae. Whe ame
iucias wee ot haved. ‘tiie Eco- port on Saturday Phe barrel Patients of the General Hos- One woman said she had been}
Pate ied | fairs C ait ere ported to warehouse tal d yesterday that they in hospital for a long time and
nomic and Social Affairs Commit- I . O pital sai ay ‘
i , ty “4 3 - and brought good trade to hand . sood Christ s Some iated all that was done for
- . Press and Publicity mpeortation Of Thieves Break tant a. good Chatstas. Some Apt |
| ne Pre an icit; E 7 hie Vé Ss re a cart owners. aid it was the best one they had the patients. She said that ilon
i > ai . t ” \ “ fer spe th friends and the nurses they
“Speaking of my Committee, Animal Feed x ever spent. a skit tae tein eaae
i N i “18 R lution / ) tore P. VU ” enjoyed the festive season
are. ? Soiutions
i ae ec a. Th "e ahaiittind a Animal feed, excluding cocoanut ~ ie .O ast oV fem In the pay wards some of the In the general wards patients
i were appro s or , it a ee et Ee ee acs ; patients told the Advocate that were treated to Christmas music
j Resolution against dictatorship meal, cotton seed meal, wheat and mamaria echt Dr. A. §. Ashby who performed (a enioved everything Mo yy. ut a aalall anak
j countries where free Trade Union tioure may be imported on an open Mr. A. E, Taylor of Hastin post nation o W enjoye ry k Mon id other pecially arranges
} , saci + er reall hal Christ Church reported to the © P® u | of ou relatives and friends usic by the police band They
| is not functioning, one against the licence, ! ; i 5 Nee at ; es a P ted
ve SO i . ne > the Con- Police yesterday that his store a 4 J : brought our presents and postec iid that they fully appreciated
| Peron regime, one against the Au order published in the Con ; e ee anon Publ Mortuary yesterday, : dus pomt=carde for us. Achan WHO: the : Pe at el that
| Junta Militar Government of Ven- trol Office yesterday states that Coleridge on oh Be ME an ea » tribu death to natural cause h > Saaaa in hospital for over i ‘ a th : ait pe hee w ae
j »le 1 rotesting against the “any person may import from any and entere sometime — Ao oh gn Ne aes os , ) é y da ind those o vho were
— orn OS tal te "aadere country animal feed, excluding 9.30 p.m. on Dec. 122 iand) 7.85 p.m. Deni vew Orilean ‘ ~ Ofteen mon hs said that he had able to dance did so. One man
| ae one 4 arte es t ro coconut meal, cotton seed meal, on Dec 24 and article and denly at the General il on -everything he wanted and that id that he had no friend to wish
| in Venezuela, and one promoting Haat. and flour.” money to the amount of $277.63 D' 28 after |} was admitted sit his friends came in at some- |} a merry Christmas but a|
assistance to democratic Govern- neat and f ie : : oy ' t 3.30 p.m née or other to visit him bumuerby. obili red
ments and resistance to dictator- The order will operate only were stolen. .
| “ae es Sete " respect of the type of goods speci- a :
| gp apy ements, fied and which are wholly pro- : rie Ss Hill ‘ NA NBNG WG NG NG NG NB NG WN NN OY NG NZ NG NG NB NG NANG NENG
Mr. Marcano said that the Coo- duced in countries from which ex- Cle vs 1 ee aah ie Gi
gress was sure to bear much fruit ports take place. ‘ , ores r n iit x5 Ga &
} in strengthening the international It is specified that “the certifi- ! all ; of. Pinfold ’ WE TAKE THIS Pod
trade union movement and thus cate of origin of all imports of CO! regia Lan: “wa em
j render the Resolutions adopted such govds shall be produced by ** =e sift @ thi ee pn
more effective: for a strong inter- the importer or consignee, and entered bu othin wa t
national: movement meant closer that the approval of the Financ ial Hadeae Gente a: seatehiian: atid x
co-operation. Secretary must be ee priot ployed by D. V. Scott & Co., re- OPPORTUNI Ty Te) hed
ase Demands to the importation of any such 7 to Ghat the bond house of
weet sane which ‘affect ted goods where payment for such pV Scott & Cay tuated at &
the Cuban sugar workers recently, goods is to be made to a country Park, St. Michael wa z
“On page 6 other than the country of origin. and entered. on. Dec... 26 =|
ae WISH ALL OUR
( ° } e B { i aun hed were stolen . you'll be one of
~ s ; on
1 Q Fis lng oa S saul c Cynthia Goring of Brittons Hill = Ge a wonderful twosome.
oa b
St lichael rey i that goat me ‘ on + TT “ :| :
So far 19 of the new Calvert pounds of flying fish and 88 pounds > ? cad. i n her | CUSTOMERS AN D FRIENDS Ge You'll both be in the best
fishing boats have been launched of shark came into the marke , vard on the night of Dec. 26 a i | designed; bese looking,
at the Reef Beach. These boats Of that amount 300 pounds of <1), ma: Z
were built at the grounds of the flying fish were caught by fish- ° eee —t-e = tes. | best wearing swimwear
isheries Experimental Station, ing boi at _Mariene. RQ or , ti 5
Hii een Sas Sat ee» mets 143 Destroyed & A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR &l rivet
j a 4 e q J
| Workmen are at present pre- the crew ‘of fishing boat Wendola, - oe, | Jantzen has something.
paring other boats for launching which 1s owned, by Mr. Geors During November 143 animats | 3 yan. |
2 » the end of the flying fish Fergusson, injured his hand yes- yuring November 143 animals | ai Ki And you can have it, too,
before the terday when trying to land a dol- were destroyed 100 were buried bo) e , |
seThe first fish to be sold in the phin on board Wendola. at sea, 40 were buried by ae ay GK if you shop soon,
blic Market after tire Christ- The fish hook pierced his hand. owners and three wer bur ied by = ARAGE S|
a “holidays was a 100 pound Shortly after the injury 7. boat a, S.P.C.A, aa, were, Pinions 1a: z
7. oe n sa i é row ne’! Zeach and puppies, cats and kittens, j ;
albacore which was caught yes- landed him at Browne's — Beach f J + ine Ae ee Eee ae asia S vert Thom Limited) ‘
, fi at S and he was taken to the General three donkeys two goats é tS x
terday by fishing boat Spec. : : horse MT ns | ANT
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0.12, 52

DIED
LADDIN—On Dec, 27th

England. After freat

Robert Theodore—ioved hus

Moliy, and Daddy of Blizgabeth
Anthony, Aged 39 years

SHEPHERD—On the 2th December,

1952, at Burnham", Pine



Richard Sisn«
al took place at St. Ph
Chureh on Christmas D:



F. E. Shepherd, F. EF. Rob
M.D pale Ahan 30.12

THAN NKS



BOWEN—We the under gned ¢
return thanks to all who attended tt

funeral, sent wreaths ¢

way expressed sympath ‘with

the occasion of the

&
daughter FEvadney Bowen of
Gap, Culloden Road, who dece,
life on the 33rd December, 195:
thanks to doctors und nurses of Ward

15






iN MEMORIA 1







50,12.52~



MEDFORD- “in 1 oving memory
dear father Ai M
died on December ,0. if
be reme ed b
i l Browne
tolyn } jonca
MEDFORD In toving memor
dear mothe te lle Medit
departed this life on (he 29%
He
Asleep in J peace rest
Whose w r i iprer
Securely sh he he €
Waitin t minor rv
Ever to be
ones and Sisnett Copp!:
RICHARDS—-In_ loving memory
dear fath Johnathan Ricbards
fell asleep on Docember 30. 1



Happy is the dead that dieth



Lord
The Richards fami.y 30.12
KEID—In_ | ng memory of



father Joseph Christopher
died on 2th December, 1944

Home at last, thy labour done

Safe an@ Dlest, thy victory
Jardon passe



Ever to be remembered by

iwife), Mrs. Henry Millar, Co) n, liavea |

nd Maureen ‘children

w iz 2



FOR RENT

HOUSES

TONTAMARAâ„¢, on the



c Fuh furn shed
Fridge and ielcplone “Apply
& Co, 43 Swan, or telephone

30,12. 52—2



FARAWAY. Fully furnished



ftoom house, § Philip coast

plant, Watermill) supp-y. Carport,

Servant rooms. Monthly rent
cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE.
‘76 4.11.52—1 tf n





HEATHFIELD-

he Crane
furnished. Refrigerator leetric
ing. Phone A. D. Herbert 6263







“MANHATTAN.
Ch. Ch., fully ¢
refrig. Dial 3309 Furniture
All modern convenience



24,12,52-—t.£.n,
_——————
NEWHAVEN fully furnished 4 bed-
st Double
ams, Lighting plant,
Monthly rent $7F plus. oi
ieabing Sha iN) ADVANCE

au

a





oom house.
3 Servant 1
i eupyly



ane
sndeatapnaenencihltitiininliigret:
ROOM-Silverton, Cheapate
5110 x

“ROOM-—Larae, comforwble
“KenworthY, «near Y.M.C A
Street,







———

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE!

The SEE of Herman !
Hill, St. Joseph, for permission to |
at a board |*

y
sell Spirits, it Liquors, &c.,
and shingle@ shop — w.th

attached at Airy Hill, St Joseph.
Dated this 28rd day of December,

To J. R. EDWARDS, Esq,

Police Magistrate, Dist ‘g

HERMAN

sidered at 4 Licens
at Police Coffft, D)



ict “FE

the 6th day of January,
R. EDWARDS

di o*clock, a.m

Polce M trate

After Xmas - - -

THE
CONTEST

FOOSS9DO99999920 902;

First Prize of

$80.00
TEST PIECE
“I Sing the Birth
To-night.”

1946—Cave Hiil
1947-——Chupman I



}—Belleplaine
1851—Chanman 1
1952—Belleplaine
1953-—~"

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Competing Choirs

» year are
any, Sherbourne, Y



Kir
Fagl
Road, Belleplaine,
Waves, Ez Forte,
Bells,
Lane, Ellert on,
Unity, Sneigh

23s Park Choral







Edgehill Wniversits
odaville Durham

S'nger

IOSD

GATES onen at

Campetition starts

o'clock

Admission by Programme
30 cents each.

On Sale at Miller
Baxters Road, Press Club,
53 Swan Sireet or

>

Gates.

oe

2O$OOOOOO POP9ODIGOOOOOO —=



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CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 25

PUBLIC SALES /;;





FOR SALE







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Roebuck Street



ne 7 or 4611 | ; y
12.12.82~-t.¢.n.| dos .s8 taking a position of active
pm - mie -——-—--- | lendership to press the cause of
Caretete “nity 5. Help?
WV A nd ¢ & To be 1 Malliet s
' ; expressed the
2—4n,| States would lend a hand to aid
AT = | the West Indies in
ee oe Co ei better life. He
RS Nicholls & < Pronetmentioned the plans now under
3825 30.12 in.| way to industriali ne of the
} and cor
AUCTION equipme techni-
---| cal assistance in m of dollars

|UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER | °° =0rely neece

Shepherd. His funer













an LICENSE NOTICE











and Fugene Rowen (Perents
0.12. 52-—In

LIVESTOCK





‘
30 12 52-—-2n





¢
by tan tion < ; : also true that aid and assistance
Spirits, Malt L.euor ; m the United States. the United
‘ hing! hop attec 1 t Kingdor ind Canada wil) speed
Four J ad a, Johr the solutic " many difficult
th.s 2fth day of December, 1952. |, le * ;
W. HARPER Esq Pew re Jhuman problems.”"—B.U.P.
Pol'ce Magistrate, Dist c
LARENCE AIMES
for Applicant
upplicatic will be y
ppptication wil be cor Wi, Must Follow
‘ rt, Dstr et 'C” on Monday |
t 4 of January 1953, at Y
| ivents In O.R.LT.
A. W. HARPER |







0.12

MISCELLANEOUS







d BY te. {Union in Cuba to the dock work-
wien. FETS, pr in America and as a result

1 ‘s St et s -

“ae Michsel ithe refused to unload the sugar.

BLANKETS-—-Canadian Baby



Reid

CE FRALS—Co n Flakes, All Bran, Rice
Shreded Wheat

from pain set free end package

Angels now have welcomed thee



30.12 522.

Rox b uck Street
- —— es





soever in my name as I do not hold
»f responsible for anyone contracting| He said that he could not say

debt or debts in my name unless by thi > 7, ic
written order. slened by ine, janything about the Economic,

28.12.52—-3n.







a he hoped later to

public are hereby warned against | give a more detailed account of] fg included in every ticket



NE, MURRELL (nee



» Mod: Dress Shoppe,



Broad Street

es

nyone e}

also in tins 6 Ib.
and Canadian Bacon



30. 12.52—2n
coment

SUBSCRIBE 1 now y to the Datly Telegraph,

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30.12





JUNIOR SALESMAN by Commission] to pick up a passenger, but an em-
Agents. Apply sn writing to P.O. Box [ployee of the same Company for

$7.4.82—t.f.n.
97 Bridgetown, stating experience if any which his client was working.







details. 0.12.52--3n | Police Constable Springer said



Le aurle Dash & €o., .



assenger on the bus which Lé
LOST & FOL ND ves driving. “Whe n Lavine





00lb Platform Seales

CAT





Apply at above address
30.12.52



WAL LET. Betwee m §
dcean View Hotel and Ch

Christmas Eve; dark brown Wallet
amped Finnigan of London with Eng
driving licence (red cover) and
out hundred dollars and other papers
ward 30.12,62—1n

Roebuck Street



Wrist Watches $30.00
Leonard M. Clarke,
James Street

$25 reward sent to any address, giver
turn, intact, of box of cigars taker
om Buckden House on December 2th
95217." 20.12.52—1r

nee lice a

Public Official Sale

(The Provowt Marshal's Act 1904





NO’ FICES

- NOTICE

CRICKET TOUR



App icant

N.B.—This application will
is Cmte: to be held
Members of





additional seats a



"The plans will be open to the genege ghest bidder for any sum not unde
appraised value

| that certain piece of Land contain-
« by admeasurement 6,136 sq. {t. s tuate

ODODRDP-PBGDLDDPO DOOD I GHOF

BARBADOS ASSOCIATION



It's New Year Day.
the bir event is —

ich sel butting and bounding en three
ies on lands now or late of Kensington
nantry and on the Private roadway
nown as Fight Avenue, or however Qo

else the same may abut and bound ap- * 3
Beabeiae telco Ee Bring Prompt Relief From

¢ Whole area of land at SIX HUN- P|
Db TWENTY-ONE DOLLARS BACKACHE

21.12 2.82 —4n
NOTICE

Applications





> ANNUAL SINGIN



circumstances





NOTICE



AT
KENSINGTON OVAL

Which Choir will win









“BUSINESS

having decided to

3449090034054.

Previous Winners are —

>

99908260 DO83-00-0 2-3 &





1948—New Orleans
1949—Chapman Lane









KEEP ON

FURNISHIN

THE MONEY



Orenge Hill, New Orle: ins,

Hall Collegian



all, Chr





tstown,
Hill Unity Bovr :
Rricht Star Mundane,







Come to Kensington on
New Year Morning



LARGE FRIDGE





s up
Hand SBPWING
MACHINES

L.S. WILSON

ooo







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

arbadas Not Gold
REAL ESTATE To Federation

tuated o the beach at
ence. Apply to K. R. Hunte,



@ From Page °









Jamaica

an terri-



ther Britis



ed frou t tor r move ahead and
on Guess’: | develop their human and natural
i A-4 sour for the tenefit and wel-

in c-dent). | far f all
r West Indians expect and hope
»r) }

+ United St>tes



lay a major rok

o themselves, The r
ng thot West [ndians will and

{t
. 412 }
It
| 7
i ust do to help themselves but i
"le



> many



















It takes
that EXTRA




b b apacit 35 cubic feet

r doors are hung on







ides of the van



that makes
payloads

PAY !











Here is a new Morris-Commercial 1} tonner







Police Magistrate, Dist cc.” From Page 5
3.12. 52——1n ® designed to take the biggest possible payload
jhe said that worker had m for a vehicle of this size. Every consideration
a? i. RSQNAL certain demands for increase in % Flush fitting sliding has been given to make a feature of speedy
| wages and the wee orkers Wwe doors both re on-and-off-loading by providing loading space
on strike in sympathy with the'n Ce NEOISEEE One free { shst With fi *y
> ’ ree from obstructions. With forward control
public are hereby warned aga‘nst| The Cuban Government detail« appearance, usefulnes y regen. a he
credit to my wife MA? and gener, fer ase manc i Sy
edit ¢t f CARMAN and gene fe to ease Manocuvring in congested areas, and a

(nee CHARLES) as F do not|the army to load the sugar, bu
elf responsible for her or any-, While the sugar was on its way to

contracting debt or debts! America, a cable was sent by the
hame unless by a written order






20.12. 52—~2n | Consequently, the demands of the

ee eens eee sugar workers in Cuba had to be

ublic are hereby warne 2 ; : ,
uBR, bases Petia or satisfied before the sugar was uo- e 1 A
, (nee CONNELL) as I do not , loaded. The New Ton mon bb L
4 .
~~”



public

r
1ARSHALL
myself responsible for her or any-

contracting any debt or debts He said that the Caribbean Area
name unless by a written order Division 1953 budget which was

gned t me



TESSELI MARSHALL, }got up by Mr. F. L. Walcott and
Orange Hill, |himself, was put forward for ap-

St. James ‘ is . 4

40.12 62-2 | Proval. A sub-commission was set ‘

" 2 antaeent up to go into the draft submitted :

» public are hereby warned aga.nst | }and they expected it would be

credit to any person or persons |
approved in the near future.

LESLIE FORDE, |Social and other Committees as
Walls Tenantry. his time was taken up with th

3018 saan | Resolution Committee. He adde
be able 10

redit 1 vife SYLV .
. M LL ir Wales ent the whole Congress.

hold myself responsible for her| At the end of the Congress,
p contracting any debt or; Mexico was chosen as the new

in my name unless by a writte 7
ied by 16, "| headquarters for the O.R.L.T. and
WILFRED MURRELL, Mr. Luis A. Colotuzzo of Uruguay
Varna patie was elected as the new President





30.12.62—2n | and Mr. Luis A. Monge as the new IN THE AIR

Secretary. There's a gracicus-
ness about the ser-
vice that brings the
veteran traveler back

i | IMPROPER LANGUAGE |

time after time





HEP @ From Page 5

Salnry requred, other relevant

that on February 18 he was a
vine





ached a spot where there was no
—Aa“—«_ ———= [stop sign he applied the brakes
LOST and stopped the bus. A man got





n

eam Persian Cat re- | 3
to finder. Mrs. P. M. Patterson He told Lavine that he was a
et, Navy Gardens 30.12.52-q1n .policeman and he would report
pina him, Lavine used improper lan-





nd =omidnight

Jean Pierre | SUABE.

PARTY TIME

Mr THERM
ensures a good time
for all. You'll find
him wherever you
at all the popular
for Old Year

(104-6) & 30)
Tuesday the 13th day of Januar
ut the hours of 2 o'clock in the
20m Will be sold at my office to the



Sington Tenantry in Parish of St

WL a a Ss





AND
FORTY-IMREE CENTS ($621.43) HEADACHE
ched from James Christopher Gra- RHEUMATISM
for and towards satisfaction, &c NIGHT RISING
2 Deposit to be paid on day
baebines TIRED FEELING
T. T. HEADLEY, IMPURE BLOOD
Provost Marshal BARE BOTTLE
t Marshal .
22rd December
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Expected Arrival
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To All
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A HAPPY NEW
YEAR
from
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PAGE

EIGHT




PRINCE PHILIP SEES

SPORTS EDITOR’S BAG



















so pleasant is the new

by Toad work and exercises in the] Not fron
Africa regarding the world
crown

nnasium, But without fights he! South





BARBADOS ADVO¢

ERITISHER WIN

nothing by obeying it.

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Polo Season

oa a
Opens Saturday





TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1952



What Values!

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| a
; Linine
J 3
;
| 36 wide in shades of Navy i
fies s: I I blue, green, grey, lilac and rose
KD. G. Frost. Per yard.-—_--—-~—~
-EAHE INDIA TEAM expected arrive here f rrini- | | Rar r ‘ I y
i s ay, J 4 he S.S. ¢ 1 be | Miche j
é F ri Hotel Hastir I Cricket ‘
t ( « I eB d of .
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K. D. ( F W (
| Ver ) {{ e
Cyclones: M. M. Parker. (C is 29” wide in white only
George En O. H. Jo ) Per YOPeneeemunee as .
besos 88
‘ Tornadoes: Errie Cap
Pi I A. J. H. Hanschel B d LW
I ; Maynar«
| Pireflys; Miss K. 3 " Hopsack
aimee a mente ) Hawkins, O. H. J
PRACTICE FOR TOUR a Keith Me i
STARTS FRIDAY | Bluebotties: Mi C. Park y
rycHi I A H ma SO. ; a 36” wide in wine, navy, blue ni
i 0 DF . . r Emtage ‘ beige and white }
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eat 4 ne PRINCE PHIL! rtche bow tie and looks anxiously at the ring while pros moter Jack Solomons lean j South Africa ist Inn age eet ———— }
( he ( istn across to o the p n on his right, Photo taken at the Chari prom 1 at Harringay where | Angee Se ae tadete 2 Ton : "
Yea Johnny Willia Britis) title holder knocked out W W 16 stone champi Mstpd. Langley b.Feng .2.. 13 CAVE SHEPHERD CO LID
of Luxembourg i iole 52 &
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mS ne SOC "f ER O \ A tel | gol » "é 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
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BOXERS DIE FROM RING INJURIES O / oO] Ie a : oe GNBNGNGNG" NGNBNS
EON AR D eee Sane the 30-year-old ateur boxer who died By MARSHALL. FALLOW - iin mi f ae | Tot ae : ;
L* fer oxi ima club contest 1s th ree SOUTH AFRICA 227 & 388 | sown nime Sie ‘ a
shams x ince the rt atal injuric n rir a \ 1 } ¢ > k > SS ee
Eight of ‘those wl ve died have been amateur D isc i I — oa ° Australia nd ieninge gas “Ba :
A the F al p tes sot il “ee él I : died mee I ‘t h , orrhage roken bone in h ight hand t A U s TRALIA v 13 & (for / W kis.) 131 M c ¥ 1 oad Me 1 | ae ‘ A gt 3
tesi, the Frenct rote ion hyweignt, mM & OFA fe r & im Pus fig a I ett " >] "
two days after fighting the South African Jake Tull at the t Hall treatment i eng .delerr oes on ; = “ o &
Davidson, a featherweight, was fighting in a special four-round contest ummer on the ivice o From Our Own Correspondent }M ; = ¢ #&
for Polytechnic against Harrow. The bout was stopped ir third , t La a Ma . es >> Lim
round when he received a cut eye After the fight he complainet Lof ; MELBOURNE Yec. 29 pa e a
feeling unwell and became unconscious yen “Wort > on . nine June t \ Austra vere stru r to avoid defeat when stumps Total (for 4 wicket 1 bd €asons =
WALES TO PARTICIPATE IN te wate desu r the fourth day o » second Test against | ; INGS GN
MR. HERBERT POWELL, secretary of the Welsh Football Ass He first fe adi lat ee wn after the fourth day of the second Test against | ——— me GREETINGS z
ciation, has announced that Wales will participate in the 1954 World | during England ame Belfa South “Africé a Ei
Cup tournament in Switzerland This is subject, to satisfactory ar-| put paid little attention to it Che match finishe to-morrow | caught off Murray at 76 3 em
rangements being made, and the other home association Engl nd,} Curio eatut } for when vith = Morri McDonald was l.b.w. to Ta a &
Scotland and Ire and also entering y rT ' a H ett and Harvey ut Austra-! Harve fter a liar 12) A Ss ox
FAST BOWLER BECOMES UMPIRE than been upset. In tt mp lia need 241 to win, eeu Watkir ft 3 Vv = P<
AURIE GRAY, the former Middlesex fast bowler Is now fir epresentative matches Lofthou H t He and Mille ] \ P| 4 ae:
=: class umpire. His name, and that of BE. A, Roberts (Herts) sppee ha cored 11 goal aking 31 pe a OATES uate! aoe are HAPI Y = . .
on the list for next season in place of H. L. Parkin (Staff and ¢ 20 appearance or En d Li eaeas nae See er ee Cares Sc ' i W YZ a: Bost Wishes :
7 ‘ 1 . 1 lebut - oe { 11 to 388. Ende 11 ot t ' s rr , ae
Welch (Northants), These are the only changes. Gray made his debu e Football League Sat anata } " ata’ xe N E : 4
pa Middlesex in 1934. During his career he took 637 wickets for ar I on ' A ri ndefeated I re d their reputa- E v Y AR @
average of 25.10 each. His best performance was against Hampshi Mam: Sted are al ed vce ind a i es All = 4
at Lords in 1946. In Hampshir¢ first innings he disn ed Diy ( . ma sit ‘ in, tee u added for Possibl nee for the Lire j .
batsmen for seventeen runs i y Tor a Ccietieaets |. It eh - 5 lis ir Rahn aaa hi si € % opp! es vite To - Wr A ROSPLROUL a
St iE NE gu ) t the ¢ of the! a b Lae t in an attempt to score his two cheap ickets to-day our SS &
ar ie 373. V th only three ins on the shnston menacing on soft pitches 7 s SK
] HE BOXING A f 4 So he _ tal I ove! th poard, \rthur Mor turned ai will be needed in England but FRIENDS x 7953 Hd
A Tr a . 4 sl Aa ( ao co W , me a re 7 ' = ae to ‘War kins and ive yt Australia to & = "
L 1 1 th v i , 1ug at g ip Davidsor voung bowler of a
é 4 trict not far from | ormer 1 three | Ey wicket imbled fror New Souto cus OMERS = &
Brentford ifter t t 34, McDonald Wales de S 4 Lee
By DENIS. HART eae tes S from S
erby ounty chief Stuart ee:
Zandolph Turpin’s announcement that he wiil have | Millan has found the first-cla The Harbados an , =
a fis shi a month | next year means much to Britis sh bDOXINg b eeag ~ * 1 hi be ie a | ’ antes ¥ * De LEMMA x ] B 1b :
Ht ra ee rear nuke ee @anee! se| DON'TS FOR DRIVER oun. {/E in eae. é
may enable him to regain “the form 1 he Shewe d when ti 1k INZ | down. “T still hope fader & CO. L ° SS mw
the world title from Sugar Ray Robinson ys MeMillar is &
The second is economic, and affects British boxing as . aie now J ‘ k Lee _the tern. Don't ignore ‘Stop’ or ‘Caution’ Signals, whoever 20 Broad St. = Bay St. &
a whole i rae Sakeay with aefiiic ieneas fete sives them, if it turns out to be an unnecessary and at Marine Gardens re 4
A boxer can keep perfectly fit) To Fight Or Not To Fight re a eps Eph signal you have los , and at Marine Gardens = S
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becomes ‘ring rusty’. He loses that,
keen edge to his senses, For the

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killed, for the boxer in the ring it|Carruthers of Australia, and We ean supply from Stock
is hit or be hit. He must make;former champion, South Afric ee is Football League seers
maximum use of every oppor-| Vic Toweel. tary Mr. Fred Howarth. . 2s
tunity. 7 7 Having lost the title to Carru-| His remedy: Reduce the num! f bf UP OM youve The Modern Window for the Modern Home
oo Towel gets a chance ¢ al of clubs; reconstruct t ) wey ‘ % 1 ¢ 1 ve
Slightly Blunted gain it at Johannesburgh in Feb-} yicione on a | rink ( { ‘ ij Nt | W | ro
. y ruary, on condition that if he doe promotion i 1 pi F \ e Kn 4 e Re ha ae ii y a ee Hie OWS
It was apparent to all who woke ‘arruthers will be given a return] /), : : Se 4
Turpin in his last fight against the} in Australia! | Le, W/o, various widths and heights with or without Ventilators {
South Afriean George Ans selo that} If the third meeting comes off aa - :
his keen edge had been South | ithe vill have the satisfac EPs ; le) | | j ‘ i) 1 -
blunted, It is true that the South|tion of succeeding where others] Cire torwar Bill Goddar Titla rec | OOrs
African's almost non-stop back} failed. For no one ha yan 10v Score it t N
pedal gavé him few chance get | aged to tempt Toweel to defend the | that W B G 3 ft. 9 ins, x 7 ft. 9 ins, high
in’. But when the opportunity did] title outside South Africa . ocal | dard tf May we remind you of the pleasant chore of acknow-
arise Randy was always split} geograpl ge been iluable to] trick (makit eve ledging Xmas gifts b letter: writte ~— TE a
ton [peepee has: ee, ese Oe ke Coe. 8 ledging Xmas sifts by letter; written for preference on fine Crittall Steel Sliding Folding Doors
The first opponent on the list is] been used to the rarified atm ( other pla mle was cn in that stocked by us in a variety of styles,
, ” I ser-} phere at 6,000 feet, which is tht sizes, and in blocks or Stationery Sets.
piso eatin Vehe taae wil pi tht of Johannesburgh above sea; . : shea ee “3 Gutida : The Whole Door Slides and Folds to one side
be over 10 rounds at 12st. 91b., at} level ef date 4 ‘ Pearqis rm ay: . a : ° *wieee ick
Birmingham on January 19. But thi you fight me and Tl]. f ar aie q ; > N.B. in aise binant gaa complete range ot Pens, “aft tins wide x 7ft. 2ins. high — 4 leaves
This brings me to the econom'e| ght you” business is bad for box eae Pencils, Rulers, ete, readily available, 9ft. 3ins. wide x 7ft. 2ins. high —6 leaves
reason Randy ha stated that}/ing. Title chances should be the
many of his fights will be im the prospect of the many, noi the pri- Hall i . 2 YOUR INQUIRIES ARE INVITED .
provinces. This is wonderful news.| vileged f¢ uo ae ’ Né P So =o
More than iving the fans in The position only emphasises thy Franklit ¢ t of the game since hone 4267.
place uch as Birmingham, Lei-} need fo world control of box- | Injured Knee nha ‘ ie : 7 7 y nm 1 Y ni
ester, and Nottingham a chance] ing But this seems as a Bel a . September resu a Kk R HUN i i de ¢ WILKINSON & HAYNES (0 i [D
yf seeing him in action, it will keep] Britain producing rid heavy-| this week and has broken rs i eal s *s Ud .
boxing alive in the town ve champion if Another operatior ” - Dn e
E —L.E.S. necessary L.E.8
Peper ve, er eane. 20: GULBESED OWE NA ENE A NENG AWA VAN, re 4
rent tax, the umber of provit x NZAREVEY G Awe ®
ial show ha been dwindling NG PITA 4 aN NG Ns NS ‘ GNNNNG
Mier the tax has been paid there] J CQ Sweepstakes Drawn Over \mas om
hag been too little left to provide &
decent ll. Without good bill} From ¢ de Ba i I k
ittendanc irop and the viciou KINGSTON Jc i Dil 29 British Guia i B &
ircle tightens until the show | Richard England of St. Kitts second prize winner of { 3 a
trangled out of existence j shared t » Nigeria l l4 6d I Whi
As the number of show de- | thre rst prize of £3,476 7 who is also « endot
reases, so do the chance of} ( mai Ss ep eceivt 1 { ‘
oungsters to fights. This is at; st Y t over Chi 1 I I
4 time wher iin is sadly short| I t and vo second | £500 wer I
f fistic talent. Nix I d 1 De 1 (
Randy } nee it is hope th § € e di ( of | i -
ill pep up interest and guarant ( Gt. ijor £82 went to Brit W
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WHAVS ON TO-DAY For Ihr mm* tfc.l U-l. .. %  -ti. ih-i *M INHUIK* Fm ti, tttmm •% %  And ' Tl'FSOAY I'EcTMliER SOVIET PLAIN E PRODUCTION WAS FIVE TIMES GREATER THAIS U.S. Air Chief Draws Comparison Over Past Five Years Genet... Vi States Ail v tht i Itod Stats b nbcrg vritin p Indu.-' i hive fctvtn more (*1 • t N A r '" i ; Recall.:. %  %  %  %  %  i 19 % %  ... %  mmh aan southern end of the iad River craft In %  .: French ilorce to-day are i announcement said. Communist although the %  to a safer tone HI peasant boats pro I the Trtn ; i wenl up m Ban N of laanonail b*r %  i f.ict thai thi s the numl.i lol modern II. ..!.-., an unnamed it mil** southeast <-l Hanoi (rnghl bile thi Lecture I n.i^hi There will be %  Ucture to. : HI o clock at "Wake fleM the BntUh Council 1. Jd-innrTi! s by Di Alain Horn-id on tea anbtact 8enl *attaaa" Brad by Francsue and i ate askad to accept • tnd lung two Mr. Gairy Calls Off New Year Strike 9 More Reds Expelled from Our Ow CottwaBkM4wa( ,. i Indian %  %  ' YVai I %  %  tiling 1 %  pei ui the "broad mouses ..: the people < ibility of laving thf oniony i-vm nn" %  %  %  t .. :< % %  I sport 1 shall play my pai I Saying" that during French linmh Rebel Boats I %  % %  I do-Chli Fn Cft plait. ~. Dee 29 %  %  %  %  nben %  -Unit So, M Ev. % %  .-.. Serfatj a secretary 1 %  Barbutlinn Promoted GRKN \: \ %  An..' •[. ,i. Bai 'Mt v nteftdeni ol r iiisiv served on .ii' me unit in. tl i. T rlse from the tanks hera a cpuhafa of the nlna wai lime attached to thf c.1 0 in the w h olesale he heade.i Una irae m iti . n tary tography m Trinidad and in 19*0 after "" the bloody uitt.,t tended weeks ago at Hcndnn Kinliiv M !" <. ttt. id the Colonial p.. Medal %  '. UM luujgaga w tl or? repeated Vietminh attacks during th* night. In Saigon, source*, cloae to the Government of Premier Van Tar that Vietnam faces crisis. Defence Minister. Nghietr. Vantri was reported to to point of resigning in the dispute with Emperor Bao Dal of the Friu-r as chief of the armed forces.-V V ll %  I : (Indenendai ee) .1 rested ^ 1 Communists %  Reils Race I ortvant %  I fol '.' %  %  %  %  Lucien %  .. had to i" i %  mntinist party ngaged in anli-Franch I l liomber Crashes Into Sea Of Japan TOKYO. Da A patrol bombrr I I i of Japai on Friday killing ten "I DM plan. %  14 crewmen, the U.S. Nav> announced today. TM IS daatrajrad (; % %  %  --, h( „„,], thaw rescued four crawmeo : %  the waters 5U miles east of|„„, w ,„ ,K„ Koeoojj on Kor The bodies of V in' atan mm i i spokesman *aid th.i ctash was unknown. I i engine bomber M patrol nuaaton. The acctdauii brou&ht to 25 the nun. l vicemen killed in weeK,r.i-h-. In ; '' — I f ing plar.r %  modem jets '.• % % % %  lied air fot his vast! IMS to btnld I'nhluOfficials Invading (Jitaen's Private Life Poillt 4 Plan FaYottfed I Ul Vand* I %  %  national %  cas crn c< ***\: wing ah! ol th.%  >. 1 VI %  %  • I I %  I ; %  %  lainment."—I'.P. Lord Minister Sails \\ Ufa >ir. Chun-hill LONDON, I>ec. 29. paper Tkr IVi.lr fMi I I U mrtepi-ndeni h's. VOnl i i aloo In some iion-li..K'|.-iiil< i l rrltorle "' the weatern hemisphera ,.'ars. i In III It -"ii I'lo-luboui > HARRY HUNT/ WASHINGTON l, sident Truman'* point ptnurammv anil Into hiiJt %  i abioad favourable to the oonuauattoti ml I.ttnicnl %  I traUon .mis :lKi-^nhower adinluUtrution. At the and of the year technical ceaparaUon admini raftonal ivga if ii.i. %  Annricati afTairs, wen cratln| priviltae h* M M.w r them up ti %  %  that a alriki uarv 5 wot,l,i ,. strike oe || 1 tl .* ill mi %  <• ifn puri r.0 mil' i IKIII rlat %  not his chief reason la I | I l I %  %  BITUARY Mr. I ho iti ftoberti u rlea thai %  Ailuii all I'l.i.m m i %  .( %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  I1I4H I I rently hoping there %  i Priacaaa I ni the royal tour Hi %  C I* 650 Screened Mr. chL.ninii .• ill follow mlnlater aa Hi %  .i u-j .. j suit Schools In T\tad Increase Fees %  eard an.i i he was to I' SOUTHAMPTON. KnalanrI, Dec. 29United SUtes Immigration inspector Husscl Danielaon said Monday that UQ questioned so for among a lotal of 1 J-p, -1-W III, n in %  '•• wnct Qaeea Mar> i:., nred up t> the provisions of the New An can Immigration Act. He sain had the greatest cooperation Iroi everybody, Oanaral macaon "aa p ,., „.„ deen in favour of my job." T* 8i.0Q0-ian lmer berth. I He will day night after a trip from N Vork and crew maml n IWI I eaelghl mlnula Interval I those %  craened catering naff member Deck %  engine room hands will itward voyaw^ jh|l %  TRINIDAD, i>e< 2!> Thousands ol children in Ih. secondary schools wi ;..,>. ineraatad The incraaai I *4 pushing | to $20. viw| t _..„ bfl the govei the ; %  %  %  %  %  v< reign poin • during the B ii. %  In %  %  %  %  iig I %  • %  %  In the fourth of Mi INum 111 aald W ix.l.i new programme • %  tot piovement and growth i areas t .P. New Vflfling.Murhip.e For Customs Dept A new adding aaOebU purchased to meet the Volume of statistical work which is now being undertaki ... irtrnet An amount of $4*0 haa )ust beer. ted to purchase the mai him th %  %  the tin. Vatican Official Reii:rning Home 11 \\ ouii.led During Fight U Dniiee \ tioncd on the weatwa -IP Mr* Joshua ST. \ INCEN Mr. E. T. Joohua. ihe Ix-ki %  BROCUtlve Counclbi and Preakli ai Oeneral ihe Federated Workers' On;< was arre*i<-d by the POUca on SaMr. Jo'hua wee charged with uttering statements call N bar 26. Later on Saturday afternoon granted ami M was borne homewardj on th shoulder-* of Ihe i-ated Cardinal in pi. is had wgnoi Annlnl who drod yeatar %  j INFORMATION OFFICE DISSOLVED BKBUN Di The Eat Gei-man Cihinet I i> oihi'i.tiu anno UM d .volution of th* : announcement did D N shadow his compU'tc i the Soviet Zone Ooven his possible arrest and trial. Elsler had I favour erW Communist* and informed sources said to-day he had been followed for weeks by two members of M.V.D. of the Soviet Police. -If %  r light at morning. tnllai I ,,, I %  %  about foul Spain will %  knlvi i %  I he I .... %  I %  %  i to Pi ( Queen \lar\ llu? Slight ChiN % %  i %  %  i r Empress Brines 2 Ol Scotland 12 rourisis I muroaa el Bt ol ind I %  %  %  %  '• 1 i .la 1 • %  ,. M V. %  1 1 tm • %  %  %  : %  %  and ll 1 hoped 0uke Of Edinburgh Made Ciidel Chi. I Queen \h xniiilrii.i (II Dccn.ark Dies IEN, Den ^ % %  %  .... i %  %  %  I %  ..i %  I %  I The (J %  ; %  %  ntil 94 300 Poor Receive Cifls Of Clothing i vation Armv Hall Itted clothins % % %  %  %  butcd by Mrt. E D. MottlH Mis Walti r Mori mt I M ] %  I V M.C P., by iho 1 svhkli M i.'." %  %  Mapi %  %  %  Plaj to mt to pr i '. %  %  %  MRS B C M'ITII.I V HI-** > gives a dteaa t k plac. ounaar of the talvauoa Army, looks OB. ) I poo' Jl:.ii.'iii. at the Salvation Arssy Halt Raa4 Lay Major WaHar Moms (centrei. Dtitrtet Oor %  SalMvaoaa %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  % %  %  Ft&e Gcfs HI A Hi %  0 bored in II %  Gilheys EMPIRE RED WINE Maintains the same high Standard of Quality as shipped to ihe West Indies for the past years — —



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r M.I rm R HIKII UMi\[>\m \TI BARBADOS•££! ADVOCATE -.-. DI4|tH*l ** •'4 iiIk* AfirMa <<• IM. **•• Tu. •. %  (;>>. DeesssaVes Mi IH:2 IMM I OH IIO.MIIAIIII %  Christ IT. i millions Of IH'V. Lit the world. Barbados winch Cbl Colunih .1 ranown irMch will nevei in human history The island i I Columbus will a rememlv ii which Doctor Bombard landed af!< djrty-flvc %  without mtl] DOW was known by name only 1" I tow hundreds will. 90 Until NUT:'"' be ram I will I %  known to millions who ..I the Ufa Doel 'i %  er done what he • likely to do it ij^ain. Those who have seen the mi' n exhibition at the Harbour Police Hcadqiltrtan m Bay iff thai it would i" mi.to a I i 51 Vincent 1 Few personi would dream of crossing 2.700 miles o( open Doctor Bombard claims to hi II more difficult he (until he met the I individual a joiiri.. the Atlantic wou ,f i enough in a raft iik.' Doctor Bombard'i but \1 Bombard mutl p e eea In full mi and all Barbadoa la proud thai ao bra> a man should have landed on Itl I Doctor Bombard on the otis. been profuse with expressions oi ap) i tton of the hospitality and friendlineei which he ha r i sived troeo all Barl i with whom he has coma Into contact He das offered to the Royal Barbadoa 1 Club |he Ihuj H Huh he flew on the to] ol I arnaU mast during the voyage and would like the Barbados Museum to ace.pt the ran L*Heretfque et hipped tO Krance where the experts Nfl examine it thoroughly and report on its COR I An thii reflecta the -ft 11 ty of mind and lien 1 ol the man who it and the Museum authorities make • m \ effort to aecun which every visitor to Barbadoa wll to see ;^i which all Bar! ml With special pride Doctor Bom bani He : New Yoik Ha %  %  i I appj ai i cheerful Chi istmastide among Men I he is entl the Bai will no] want to see him leave the island without due honours and w want some public recognition to I' The luncheon which His ExCeUeBCJ the Ac:' Bom. -iich will be atpatrtol Bright,SUekHoming.,." ()i|, WHAT A HOWL NOW. QUITE SUDDENLY. THE ARAB CITY OF CASABLANCA IS UlooiiiliiE-sl ihe wild %  %  .. . %  %  %  %  %  I lb Africa. %  %  1 %  I Aid il yOu do nol want a ihoe1 than 25 m mm . --MITII Wkm Vtm Pnkmbty /.i-/ nTwref Of Thv /Vme . O MM IMS III MIHUI Wli IUKI V THREE wu ( <-jhUnij I'ir. In m m-l'Klrima SSBl' > a i K.I.I on i wu lii>l srrn lit I midmi Hoiart 4iid Im r HI -l irrnl rid BrrsTxploilaiion' I Ihe immediate reason i> But I have ON I I roin HIMtV I.OWKIr') WASHINGTON. PHHDBR HUMAN has had many slap since he started running the country TtT IM\ DEI EMBEB NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS THE *I\D90H ruuniM i .., St. 15* "M^ '" ,ii'But few have been so hard as that delivered "' bv seven members of the Waue Stabilisation B ,: i v n od recently. I They sent Mr. Truman a slinging letter ot ] rebuke for submitting to the miners' demands '" P !" for more money, and described the remnants MI. I.. i.u.WI Ihru biio. h.' %  s-id. "th. %  Ai : to "t Ml programme to keep wages and prices under control as "nothing but a sham and a %  .. s nude an official mockery. fr-moy j T^y M i,| t too political expediency was behind the President's decision (it raised the miners' pay by 13s. 6d. to £6 10s. 9d. a day)' and added: "We cannot subscribe to the; theory that this Government should sacritice public interest to hooliganism." The KKSK.NATIONS leave the board—it i ;i Ttat left i>ir Arab with is supposed to have 18 members—without a V's,.;':,: £2< : ",."" i-* !"!" •"" '" %  c — s •" •-* „_ ad (2i the What happens now? The angry members wcrlul who resi g ne d ,|,ink that strikes lie ahead. [for they said Mr. Truman's action "is an im* '"• plied invitation that a union need only Yes. tin. II, indeed a *al story threaten a parulvsing strike * break Gov %  moOS .illief But it U as my MZ.II KrS I'.....-. %  iTPteel avereae ernment policy. > i't it toi so MANY bank workers are embezzling i tory witn more than rr jney that the bankers have formed an asone lid no doubt. Put it exsociation to protect themselves, and try to '^work out a fool-proof prevention system. Tin Tnwii H* ctri \ Last year, one bank in everv 20 had an emit l* H clue to the nitulrratit > %  %  %  .,,„„•,,. „,;„,. i ,,';; bczzler, and the percentage rate is even %  "a Hand.' • higher this year. From 1934. 105 banks have /•""•'">• been (orced "to close because of embezzlement %  *''• > n losses %  iIt is a clue. too. to Ihs I .!.-.-. behind the knrvei and the bombs, tht tu The iindei l„ psSI the 0( CSNtdSIWS. ilauon. flsma wsi well Isid .-ml .ml liidnii.ille has i I %  l i %  l... &f .< %  1 %  Id was IIINI Th P I mpln frrrnre mrl %  II I l! lit" Uti.it II ilcld in., rsr ih l.i.nomlc QSarwkM u> iii' III 1 "iiim.lli' •. 1 sse lateet oor i> nml tweSSj %  Imporli than on i 1 %  l: it i .lie. but lh'i. H 1 : ml (i<.\'eniiiieiil. it you plfW to "nr Tory Govon ent to %i>l II Wt rsfustd i'.ni..u.i f ('.trmanv Shi clivsrly %  ' %  '" %  ">•> In,. 1 idy counlii'.j Id huh rank In 1 reartoi -i. it .1 Is I poBKMn as %  ll ia bems dscldod Bl the I %  • %  %  lil ill L1.1 .Inn. Ths Ista Boelshit Clovsrnnwnt dian, finds it easier to make money by dust V: "••! "It his old pictures than by making a new (UATT in itwrt) n one—which he promised to do three years ." :';;„'';;::: "sSuJS a H i s now compiling. HU*>** < !" which r ended hall .1 ceiuur. ture of scenes from comedies he made beUKII. GATT whittle* ilnwn ( xiNtin K ..,,„__ IQIO an ,i iq'u pretsrenca nod | ,• Iwccn iaiB aiia li *iy I AI.THOl (ill 1-verybody seems to be try The Question lj n j, lo m ake a mysterv out of who paid for Wh.it will the ; ->iy Government',, „. v ,w„ !" .... Mi Ronald hiiwsll. Tor tc n t'ral fcisenhnwers Korean trip, there M i' for South Wiinhiey. .1 town seems no doubt that it was made at Governdrove a prBlrto "' rsn in ihe Emplra PrsfBr%  '., 1,. ..!.: %  to me: "'It Li ment expense—something more than 47.500|| dollars (£17,000). • It was revealed to-day that President Tru-j! r man ordered the Defence Department to give General Eisenhower "anything her Tlv I ,. |„ the party HIM to nrss ourssli ""' rsitrkUve clauses exports. ... s in the World %  " ,t ."' wa -I pow %  %  ;, %  %  . .' %  .1 South W.ilt r. • v.: bSf when the Socialists were A. i "• * i" position to wanted." Implemi nt U oiTroiWI i wni he went to the Colonial ., 1 rlfl f 11 .. • W thii Tory Ocvsffnnwnt So worried hv the activities of thdsp who iW '" T, ,s make it illegally that they are appealing to W dd 'h o( his the Government to cut taxes from 13 dollars 1 avj (.roved an rmterraisnMntirlwbadJtaysd h.-i 20 years trom The I9.t£ Moral . .,... %  'i 118—Brll % %  %  -i'f 0/ 4<( n lb, lerenl %  USOk on Imperial to ihi Inui Mi HuKh 11 Prln % %  Mln MJw matters, i <;• Britain) imd hoiwd without givii pennj ID return. So much 01 oui ufid ductsd """""' r,.. ?' '"S S, y ' '-..''^.ladies remove their ,;love as they queue to " menu that tarirll have no In.shake hands with the President. Authorities differ. A White House spokesDrapes Bedspreads Net Curtain The end 1 ns onl) %  1ml trial Conl %  The 19(13 Slorv THE people who make whisky legall; are! 50 cents (£4 16s. 5d. )a Rallon to 6 dollars (£2 2s. lOd ) to keep them from bankruptcy WOMEN in Washington are Hying to find an answer to an old social problem. It is the kid glove question—should the Socialist Kingdom PrsferontUI treatment „ u mPrr paMy i producu and manu Ucturw Quite *** Prrto.1 oi eotnpeU^J h l^ on J^l!?5fJ* -, ?!H?: '""> and ibunasnfl would iwwp All We BS nooks rro i %  .. m uM %  iipn-luets and of the Colonlss, sfthei by ex* mi Uon fn.m or reduction of dutlsi ,,„.' StVite'triidcV dean out of the iRsr imposed. market Such wen Ihr terms of u rcsoT,,,,,' Soelallsm seeks to pero h. muntn l!l ''"" * > ''"" u Et,1 l |lt, ' ,,t restored l-> the mirket • %  %  u ""%  -thtna I'" %  di t) uwworfrorn uu powtrk Id tttrei Britain. Ttwn .titer the Bni war u i,. •,, our mutusl ComrnonThe IS17 Plot %  v> thii Otwi %  recoren ir fiscal /reeto ths -" %  •' wsr-uiris dscU d ilj with The I9~i2 tftiery Ws should hake off GATT j which IF ths < %  >! % % %  book "it 'he Osr msns half Hiturs •>• il, „ ths COl e %  ':. %  thru be btrk where I kUrted, 20 yexn mao. with .lie i. ll Ho* Often do y*HI hava to n Ki huh of rreallns so r.mplre IrAd-^ ( for tlif prorTVrod hind? In eon sllll to h I higher duty on Twenty years hence. 2i> |rsri out.—L.E.S. %  I othing. %  arrlrd On i* Utailirs Sa\z ••Gs SesfJA Keeaiij V""'" .',.1 lOCStSSIR, IISA sxporh %  V pa) them I B %  %  r .i vai athat %  %  %  Hritish Gu %  %  %  %  %  %  or lie in iu.iirocosm — they have stranse 1,000 Dsni of Wild birds, n live 7i in llfei which .<" %  stsnt) the i MM—rnnny entl .1 pe.li— %  M frfht il %  plsud t msi ksti i dUrenrnt ... busj. i '"' atmoi tha town all active, itunulatIni: and i' would be Infor., dhsnas and i have l .... %  %  unfolds ItSSU UUMS von from Seawcll to Audi BSSSthi pleasant trip. me from R Falls ami return %  daj These | %  Ivies to Barbadians—of \ %  I %  %  (some with their own railways for moving the Held doffs and labour and .ill with in; don <:. d-tsUowlng. nd tra .1 tion canals lor moving the cut nnsa Into ihe fuctorlesi and their well-equipped 1 ictorlei ki very much v G T. SHARP 2fl OtTlcen Quarters, Oerrlson si Michael 23 12.52 rVlrSI limlrol MBssy 1 he Adrorat' 1 Slit. -I have .ibser\-ed that the %  %  % %  Price Control's nnssl) si *'" ad <>' mcrejising the pries ot con modluss, The Prior Control Office hi fairly seen it fit to reduce the r R> hut these are still helps *Id l the former In Bl antes B tl Control Inspi milk la bell %  ti 1 UUrty rtain shops this iten > -' %  .ent* for all brands. • ould have • I (action amons houaewivce. OPPRESSED. Two man says: "It's kinder to keep 'he glove on to restrain the t;rip and save the hand of the President." But Carolyn Shaw, arbiter on social customs and editor of the Social List of Wash IngtOll) says "It's more friendly to take the glove off." 'fatten and Sons' Fly For B0A( K> JAMKS STIART British Overseaa AMrwaya now have two pairs ol fathers and sons am.mi; their Hying crews. Captain L. V. ("Buddy") laswseoger, ace Atlantic pilot, and his son First Officer Peter Messenger, who for some time had been the] only father and son combination, are joined j by the C' Radio Officer Albert Coster. 50 years old, baa bean Bring 18 years, and reckons that he has covered three million miles. His >-\.'.ir-uld son. John, is now :Kirc .1U leer Officer In Comet jetliners. AIR MARSHAL Sir John Bnnthman. ."1-voareh! air chief at the MllUstrj ur Sioirir a NW Yt k ar look. CRETONNE Si .89 ( IIIMl.l I 1(1 DSPIU AIIS 19.85 nUNTBD NET (IRTAIN MATERIAL from .84 BKPP 15" TAPKSTRIKS from 5.1HI Da Costa & Co., Ltd. TOW t:\joiiiiit: unit -GOLD tKAJD" COCKTAILS COCKTAIL TEMPTERS ('•Inure** Union-. 1 HerMin PkSBi I'mnrv CasBHre Naav A n eh o vies. Anrhovy P*sle. LSesBSt Ple. Ami Psslo Toolh Picks. 'hrer Blsruitv SBdlrh HreJd. PHONE G0DDARDS WE DELIVER PARTY SPMIA1.S. OSSBB. lurkey*. 1 : %  k.'i>l>urks. Limb Legs. I I %  /< : %  1 isll fn BBS NSB PVSSSB slt*H berries. Lima Beans. Sueeulash. I urn Krrnjl. Air. Tlpv -liiiini"llried. Craal nri smre. Red ( ii-imi .irlH. Trull Puddlni*. Liqi OR DKIT. Itesiaait Oasrel. Bsassrasi I K-Mrjiimilrh. Ilrrni.|lr. (iilhr* -herr% II •' %  %  BasfftTi I>r* sack. Virile I urr Osaserssa i'rfmf SS Menlhr. Henedh line. WorthimlAB Ale *ii \ti 1 >ri Drrsas. Gold Rrald Rum i3 yrs. old)



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TACT. SIX II VRBADOS ADVOCATE Tl'ESOAl HI I I MBI I CLASSIFIED ADS. I'llll.ll SALES tKLCPHONC IHI M UUUAGI mi i) Mill VII.I nnrv—on i,1-14 A". *• TEeodoto Anlhnnv A.... IMMIUIOn IB. I i A11 on* 10 n p rord .1 M 13 13—Jn : ii 13 -i THANKS .'i < %  %  IMM IWI— Itif i ..,1, ,,1 iho PHMA ; %  l ind Bu, i .1 INMKMOKIAM •iniMiii' In WtlMOHII |1 '"nwiE'bc. A. .-*P i WMM i* %  Warn ml 1 i pear*!") nat . Ho**!** Sl'OOt M 13 11tl. I fi-w. No t-ii*i.l %  %  | %  ELKCTKICAf. ;> J.PI*I A %  %  %  %  MM i. I C S M.So 1 |3 • MVU, lb* nr*. %  \-rail en .. gMi I' s M.ftri ( %  I %  i 1* II I LIVE STOC K %  m id \1. ESTA M i at-innl< \of Qold To Federation i r i p***• Al CTION UNDCR THE IVORY HAMMER "1I> 1*93. -1 Mr. () %  > % %  >.. u I.% %  ,. C—i DT c.ii'i.i .i LiqioK LICENSE NOTICE %  %  %  i . Ore* Bull M %  I I II S3 %  Mix ELLANROUS % %  i%  :* I* H M Kim r-t..i... Taboo ilrT fiU.'f J*J l i %  ;: ..!- % %  !r MI . IMI)lapl l *' I i* ft in %  uufxrn II *> io.iitir 11.. > I oigr *> %  %  I 1..... All Bran, HICP Hat*.*,. d Un-eotf M Fn,d DIM TUt. M Mortiurk M %  %  : %  * Milt IN i UOVMN i r.Jl" n'ld • %  H || M h lABAWAV I lull liW J lf room fcouMl 1-r.lil r, plant WBirriiUI MM-) tnfporl. 3 fMrvuM foemi Monihiv i-"i MM plw %  j clMOali.-, cr.a-o*. IN ADVANCE. IWI ., I II M 1 II. u %  U • MANHATTAN I ..|, Ch Cti. fully fUrniohed Three bMKm i % %  A., mod'ti i 71 1131-111 ... > IAV1 l Mil 4i t. n %  %  ROOH> Lauao %  el A | 30 13 UIn Now* Coat, our> r.-.n> r.ti.iiu -" 1.. Madrri 70 II U-3-. lAW I lhCnl ,'till.fl* OUI* altn wblU IS •* .-no) • M TriM...I.H, tlf.-.l S UM* 31 It 31 4M >i b> Imm (4 n 30 *S •.Int. 3 lb 1 lb -If .1 | li. %  . w M r. i.i 3D 13 *-a .SUB8CH1UK now la UM bollr T*U>33>". KndliKd* i'"il II DttllT N*w^ii*t n utlvlng in Hil.do by Al' or.ly %  f* ','}• BlUK pnl'tualWn ln %  •m4o>i Csolart %  '• Ooi* tV Advwoto Co.. LM liorol ..pi.WDUUVO T.I 1113. in. %  Hu.. %  I.I 1* %  Bum. .nil D>-1> A Co. Tftjdm MII if IL' ;;' '.. i IK• %  ini'iii; LICENSE NOTICE '-itlin ol Ito-tniittt !*• *>! St Jooonh. ' %  poimttolM lo ril Hi .in*. Uil I-quon *rt -I %  fnm'a I u .1 .h">tHM -h.H" -'I'OIOOI .ilMrhrd •! Air> Hi.I. SI j !" n>ob % %  -A;* d ..IIH.! I T.J D EftWAHiw Cq %  l DIM f %  i. RUM AN i rr Apr "•" K.R ii %  "• "•"; i i to bo bold ,1 IVHr-C I .TV'-I1101*1 %  •*• Moo M jf MMIMW ^' IMUMIM* (i,in Il-ol HI %  .i O..MI B.-f w M Fold Bo, %  ,.k nroH %  iBE Lad * ft Oold oi C(MII>IS J-w-l WtKt Wolcbn taoC ..th Ixonard M ClarKi \ll*r \i"l* lio N.H < r tUf. Ihf hi: %  '"l %  • — ANNUM SIMilNG COMFST AT KENSINdlON OVAL HlJrh Choir ill vin Uw Flrl PHH ol NU0.00 I0T PUK t 'I Sine llir I'.ttU. Il-'n PTi %  -. IMM W ri arr — %  %  1948—Nvv. <>: %  %  i Lan lSu., i IdSZ-Bullcplalnv (1 i v .i ... I. N A OriMnff, Gas'" Hall C ll< I it-i H %  %  M.'pl.iiin. f;iur>* W %  I . Vill.ip. IVIK Rock Hull. l-i'i". Ellcrtnn. Shotry |V %  • • %  • %  '. W: HIM • %  i S Mun lane, MEvHk Diirl n \, ,• %  CaMM In Krn*inrlon mi N-^ Vi-.tr Mornin* OATFS rvCompeUili I %  Arlmi**ln b> rroirammp 31) 'i-nl. MWfe %  )TI S..1. | Miller Bro*. %  S3 Swan SirtH'i or ul thi GatMi vt KI.14' \onris NOTICE l\lll*\ I UK KIT KM R I . lor *h in'fii WII rurn, -1 ( I I* %  o offlOO on rtidii M.mUi. >i* ...Hl.d I t ,.Li, hit* ln -ddltU*"! *a1 alothl wl. %  %  ..prn I.. iNr B-n-fal Jaaoft) Dan* .i) II. Him unmi vs.n IATION IV. IV r" lloVt*. Hon. 1-C1T31 II 33—4n NOTICE %  ,. ,.i. of in. 1 I I. C I %  %  IB i; a MI NOTICE M'MI Ul Ol p, rocl %  I'.rothlal Tira.u 111 ^ISI B8 %  34 It -S. VOIII I %  %  l MljjaMroM DM jtificl urn %  .it a.livi %  f"(I^ %  tl0n. %  l B Help.' %  ind to an ihc pojople o." the West Indies li Hieir atru| % % % % %  T life. B •hv plant nw under se ome of the •':<. and conlinuoxl I equipment cal aatlataoce In m lllotM %  ( dullart ( Jamaica %  %  %  I %  ii ir rui-nan jn • . . : r hat United ti %  .re man? ihlttgi ihjt Wooi Indian* MI aim %  t 11 %  %  I | difneult I"' r. %  i. ) li to i W.l. \fu*t rollout l.rvntH In O.R.I.T. a> Front Pa*f 5 ll ItMI.WI ~ jhe aald that \> %  %  I 1 wuKea and the dock %  i %  (*"*J The Cuban OoVEl .niny to loa.i UM Migar. !> I aray Ul %  %  .... I Union in Cuba to the dork wnrkWU.IIAM rrTTTyi. ,, In Amu i.-.i and as a remit Mwhl.i l,n '* %  ..load the sugar te it st— j-i IConMrquenUy, tindEnunda of thi — — %  %  -" %  %  i| workETl in (.'aha had tn i> >' '"'i.roTTA %  EtiEfled before the sugsr WEI ua> lARfeHAl i iaoo CONNEM.' a* i %  <> m>i lo:itted. In mj wilt C ffAJtUBi ... i %  i il>bi %  ttuu Ihl' lo. h.r H ^nv m$ dM or oval | i wnlleti nrdu Aft SHALL. oteikio Hill. si jmo .' II li r .II. in .,. il.i %  1 I FSl.IF. roRDK. i.0 ...a n.l M mi., i do >ioi bold ...mi... in ,i r unloaa i>. HOB I Kill lo in. Wilr atVLVIA '.i -.) MI mti M IORDKI > %  i i..po..nblr lot h'l *nrrirr> MI-RREI.I CartmcttHi njnaoitiv. si ptiiiip 30 It M-3n He said that the Caribbean Area Division 1953 budget which got u v by Mr F I Wslcotl an I hlmaelf. I proval, A Mib-t:ummia.ion was sei up to to Into the druft nubmltte-i imd tblrj ncpactEd it trould i> i itUTEi He said that bi cetdd not ia> my thing about the Eeonomlr. Social and other Comnutti'Ci ahit time wna taken up with i naMOlUU I Hi id I that DE raOpEd W!8?|EVEI ii %  pcouni ihtwhole Consress. At UM end of UV Hi . ,n,. n, headquarters for the Oil IT ind Mr. Lul* A CotOUiEEE ol UrufUEJ | '-l.-i ltd M the nev. nncl Mr. I.uis A lb* -. %  I 33 in w.wirn HE'.IfN'IOR *IAI.r-1MAN by Ton Afccnl-. AppI) .II willing lo I* M llridHtlown .l-t ,U !-• | %  LOrVT A. HH Ml LOST IViBlMi 4 % %  %  3la. e %  rapt, Nav> Ootdrno (lond (•WIJ M,l„ pad in.l,.,. 1 OAK hun*lro* i I'lil'lir (Hlirial Sale ion Tonantrt in Pariah „i si %  II %  Baal uu Ibir. idt* an land, no* 01 l.Hr at Km.n. %  ion %  Iiialaad M i • IOJM al SIX MUN. II AM> 1-,. i \ I V iNI I" i| I Alls I BHtE 'Ml 43< l h I'loplicr On\ l*,„..|| lo tal paid .HI d..^ T T lirAI)I.CT. I:.'.. I IMPROPER LANGUAGE m PlMM Page 5 l0 pick up a pawienger. but Ml Ctfl .ime Company fo which hi.ll.iu WEI working. Police rin-st;.!.!' Sprbigei said •hat on FWtruarj IR l on HHi us which Lavin< '..idrHrbnr. winn Irvine i .ii bed c there was no ns %  pplaEd IhE DTEMM .ind stopju'd UM but. A man got .n. d Lavlm thai iHilicein;ni MKl he would report um I.ivinc uned improper Ianguaiie. ^V OLD VIAII Brinq Prompt firht/ from BACKACHE MCADACHI -H.IT % %  .... TI3I0FIILWC lwl*l now iiih)-olf-l.Jtnir ^y pn-vlJirg liwJing 'pace free iTcim ebatfWttOBS. \T.ni: f.^rward control to cav manocuvr.nB in OMkjwtEkl areai. and a jv IMI l 4c] ItBtttl ot'crhead vahre tntir %  f"r Ihe BMaEMMEMI <>i I'aot IMM KHhtMMi ihn v-hklc it drlimidy in advance ol EMa*Mf*Ji ..I for von* in the l) ton clMo. Catrnand tee it. Learn homuch more it rive*, in pavlTid to thunn UaOM B • Cull tMfl Mid %  IE33 the grealt^' butln | %  i our b-tt jmiVSOV* S-TATHINFRY O. II JOHNS. %  Th v % %  %  I oveopt .... %  I A • N**> V, ItBl I %  CANADIAN M RVi; I nl John. iwjrj.ii. laataMai TheMTon MORRIS COMMERCIAL %  FORT ROYAL GARAGt LTD. Sole DkaUilwi si -.Ann U.K. SI i!M( I From Newport, Swansea. Liverpool and Glasgow Mewaart • %  ••>'• Utfatpaal I.I>nai tuna atter MM OM PHI GROUND n AnaricM. will gUdry Ulp yoa ,n n inn to almoit anjwnote— IT MM and cvtotuo* .. %  MMEfofi NiW YORK I nt TI PretJi • tlie Weitem %  | i | . %  i: ..nev. Venezuela* A/est Indies Mexico Si* flights < %  !•. Csfseas, W' i Indies i lo I \ %  • j'id Menco. Europe -,fan i.i uuni on >our trip \ trk IAdouble-deck I |MMI airlinrM M I i al M *>i'a coit la .i Afi.nl or WORIO'S MOST fXPEIIIENCfD AIRIINI r\\\IM\\ %! It\ M ? IlinTMIiHTIAJ BajngADCM ; r*-b. %  %  \ Da COSTA 4 CO LTD ; ftinn*. 1133 IVKW voilK SICIIVI4K rntn rnm nM IUORK IV VUHK n DOS 33 fare %  II.T Jan. NEW ORLEANS SERVICE (roinAii.imi) in mnoi NII nil" . i IMS! nlhr tnlormati D*r 31 PK I" J." IXB J.iii 33 Jan IB Jan 1 .. i apply IIOREUT THOM LTV RE 31 Jan s orb. Sincere Wishes for A Bright and Prosperous 1953 CENTRAL EMPORIUM Cm. Broad & Tudor Streets NOTICE S ? ; We beg in niHist* our Cusioiners and ihe General I *; Publk lhal our Spans Department will ho closed for 1 .; Slock Tfudng from UflCnia] nth Deninher. 1952 until ; ; Mi.inhiv .".(li Jniuiarv IH.LI. O : FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. ;* J V''.WA PAN A itffMCAtV U'Otilti Il/IH l>* I HAPPY NEW YEARl %  TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS IS THE WISH OF REALTORS LIMITED. REAL ESTATE AGENTS AUCTIONEERS VALUERS. aRKWWWWWF.fif^f^.SWSyfi^WKWMREi: 1 ;.. THE ADVOCATE STATIONERY I Hill. Ill HOSIII I Oil STOCKTAKING J on FRIDAY JAN. 2nd and SATURDAY, JAN. 3rd. %  mil nil! ••-.•.pin to lliisiiiiss on IIIIMIll .l.\\. ->ll. i •'''-'•'-'•*-*-*.'--,-.-.--%'--.-'.--*-v-,*.',',','.-.'.',-, v-,-.--*-w--.'.'.*-'-:



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TUESDAY. DrrrMm R .I.DV Mui Ml I'\..I MM Good Understanding With Latin America Would Benefit West Indies W.I. Musi Folio* Events In O.R.l.T It is vcy important that UM Cat il be ill Area of the Inter-American Regional Organization (O.RI.TJ keeps itself fully acquainted with what is taking: pi the Organization. Mi I. J. II etaxy ol this Division Mid m with the Ad\ocutc. Mr H i | ., %  ... %  | ..,. , %  %  Sunday from Trinidad where he C C rt I spent ChristmM eftei O.O.I rOSlMTlOT !h. Second Orduuu NH ol ( the Inter Ann rice I Or%  (AM \lll V\\ IA II HIM 1 ill ICIY1 I 17. H* nald that than than 16u i. the Congress. Though only !':, %  Caribbear having: the %  tine Th:t the work M Congress concerned the I Gen. I rincipally, but UIIIM re countries With plenty ,,) nrofUftl for tinfuture and hki 1. | U-nrMng role in lh world ol Trade UniKti movements. Arrives \\ ilh General Cargo r ajaoaaeri enrgo arrived in the colony on I • ; I i riD-peci.r artaj from London. Pre } % %  i kM rought %  ihlpmenl of cars and ludad T '.'. of thrProspector which is eon i | turn.. n\t.s nt POTASH Jt iha I can keep on a goi-i un>> with the l %  %  here i •. when the DBIUral WMlU eountrlM an %  %  ., lored, thie area would DM HI-..in thai for on %  could Ml :..'. %  (level.ipiiH'in on AHLLI lea. Approximjli %  : anted .ti iho CoBfreu B lianeen and It sides the United Slates .if An I Uoni Ltd. | I IwaanHa i i ;i an n I turday, I "-iin.imr.il.. also brought 5,4611 bat* of Hu'i __ >f wall bo rd. Foodstuff -. o* cocoa. 36.'> Ifl i i| .( Pi .,I I I arley, 30*' 100 l-ag" %  I medicines were also Incl oarae, M afa i ii i consigned to Hal Thief Jailed For Fire Months %  1th hard irw Liv31 John, "v bia W< Ml I \ when Ing inii Wilson hatg \.ilued at ol c F 11 irrifon & Co Ltd• i thai tin %  %  1 %  u %  %  %  I %  I %  %  C P. Hal %  %  %  %  if he %  %  II -imiW R Griffith H %  P St paid in 14 I %  I I I) IB he left hi Whet • : | ' in .' 1. i.. 11,.. 1 i I I ,.r. i -I %  %  \%l BTBUCK OUT. NOKTH-BOl'NI) VOV ICE. c aaagjan OraHaf en i I T'iildad on Its northbound voy %  and Canada, othe weie BrasU, I Mexico, Venezuela, Argentina. GhUi Puerto HUM. I . Uruguay. The other repre" I lives of the C... y hn Crmkmmr brn wh n n Messrs. t. L. WUcott, (Barbados. ^ |h M d 2Q ,„„..,„_ | Guiana) and S. M. Shakoor (BritT .., brought 1,74:. itaa | ig* o' (lour. nn haccluded Mr. John L. !* % %  1,460 pefl of the America Mlnon Hi 0 of eggi ami 14 I and hli daughb I I i rk C n I n 11 H %  i Uwi-. Mr.mill command of th Wilo-it !! W.-i | -i Ml C. I i m .1 £5 mem with hai i lal I he I or 14 d. i u M ft >i<' i In the i lay, Mr I Central P II lidl'l K I \\<.l \(.l : r OraiUrsUd %  led ftom Ti i I K.i .. %  l i o. t^oour, in the nau ol Hi' bour. Apan Irnin UM there Wen ngures praaanl Labour AttadM Labour Auacfle, of the public. Mr. F L i D irnlng lha yacht L-jntirr from 81 Lu< I Kalhari IT Club. lha Vice Cbalrnwii on the %  -'" ,| %  Uva Boat %  i %  %  Maienr.ii nomlc .ii. %  9 %  Publicity Committee. "Speahuu; of my Cu mm it tee." Mr. Mil. M •rare approved. TI Resolution against did in seed meal be imported ii not functioning, one again I lb licence. Pcron the Man I'm nil lU^ul Shortly after 11 *' I i, rduy th. dead body of 3H rear old Richard Bov.ll. > *..nliman of the Plat II tng Schrnif. St. Mlcha.l InU BB Upper OaU Rock road, St Michad real old chafleur Rcu' %  I of Backles Boad. St. Mlcba.l. Tho body wat roov*d to the rublic Mortuary and at \< m. Dr. A. 8. Asbby pel formed s po>t moit amliiauon An UMiaeai has not yet been fix^d Importation Of Animal /'vet/ %  Thieves Break And Holi Store rheti Honouri Mr H, A I M \ H Hat Cla el J Im%  M i hargli | loppln %  %  'i -II Wos V| I i %  %  !' tf i. ou! %  LA %  -, to be paid ll %  i dayr ImprUonmenl toi I a j at a rtop when i I probably Ha * who apind i which he Appeal submitted thai ihe comof the i a Inflicted *nh the pi InU ' H .ii ii. mltti 'i lhal %  ... %  i I i such %  On page S Patients Spenl Good \mas i Chrlft I • .i Jimu Mlliui Ooi %  toVM.ni SS ;•„ Mr Meccano %  that the rvhlch \' trade union movemenl render the Raaolutlon more eflactlve ("i %  national Btoveani at the PIM co-operation. P****? ""f*.!* *? ln ed *Z ti3 Dec. s %  -.( P %  ; %  % %  %  the Genet Ho I %  i ital i i %  Umi spent a II ted all thai done foi had % %  % %  me of the | treated to Chrlaui every I %  i elathn rrt | Thi %  ttrecial • m thai %  i othei ('• vlall WE TAKC THIS Post Mortem %  i n i %  • %  i i %  El I Wggta Increa-r DemandRecalling a rase Whli the Cuban sugar worki n On page K ni r 1 to be made to a counir. ;v thai •he counti : Ji.. 1 %  %  tolen. r 19 Pishing Boats Launched So far 1 of the new Chert poundeol %  :-8 pounds flshim/ boata have been launched oaring other boats for launching which is owned by Mr G ,aiafa : E!£ holSajrT ".. %  100 pound Shortly jBer M Injun the b. til. %  IbMon which *H eaujht ywlndi trriliv lv lUhini t-'.i' Sp.r •[ On' Chn.tmns Eve"iilv 460 II gMHSSaHHHHSMSSHWM*?lHaHMH'HlBiiajj To All Our Friends and Customers i WBTENDFR OIK HIST THANKS HK VfU'R MtllMisHIP i %  • %  stolen. / v.i De$trdyed During Wow 141 i %  •"ers %  '' lie doga him at Browne'* BV \ he was taken to n d one ispital for treatment. 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