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The Barbados advocate

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

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

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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY

Police Court 10.00 a

Court of Originai Jurisdiction 10.00 p.1
Meeting, St. Luc Vestry 3.390 p.t
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Outgoing Cabinet Voi . Churchill.
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. Churchill PANMUNJOM, Dee, 30.
B t ; Xnias Beer Held | B ; S ‘ ‘THE COMMUNIST armistice delegation has
u € or anuary OKLAHOMA CITY, Dee. 30. pP | 2 alle ged a series of | ANON neutral zone
° Forty-tour cases of beer F U S A violations and warned of “serious consequences.”
> y . . . o i d ’ . ‘ ,
4 ; PARIS, Dec. * macnn a ceaen nal Guia. or ” | \ Communist letter to Colonel Charles W.
Georges Bidault on ‘Wednesday night refused Presi- 2b Pie A crt ge MeCartl -UN | the TX
. 2 , ‘ : . e ery « ‘ ev ar t ( 7 i roe ite
dent Vincent Auriol’s invitation to try to form a govern ae 2 ae ‘ LONDON, Dee. 30. MeCarthy, ot IN. Command ehar }
, : heal in a warehouse here P Wins _ il ht : . } " : ‘ j
ment, thus ending the hopes of an early ¢ te lucsday beeause it contains PA a mag tinston Con is | with shelling the conferen et e tin int
Christmas cabinet crisis. more than 3.2 per cent al- elect Dwight Eisenhower pie tering leaflets twice in the neutral area and ty-
Earlier the outgoing French Cabinet voted to present || cebel. Don Hoover repre- such cold war problems as Korea, aire flights aver Kar na wt a ferenee
| oni of another Bréw- : ;: i seven mn ¢ LAOSE ha The eonrereng
a st sap budget for J: + to the National Assembly re : meeting with Premier Josef Stalin,
eat) an det end. aan A ae heen Sasi y ing company said the agent atomic know-how and canals | } zones
=e my a eee A :s 00 shay a “1 of San Miguel Breweries, a | ment | | The le ter signed oe
. meet la a mM. I S900 dnd . tter, s . —
; © Steg: tha’ Wisi © Cmaentt Philippines ‘concern took Churchill and his party set out |, Koreali Coléne! Chang Chung Sat
oune or studied tie catetaes Govern erders from servicemen in for the United States aboard a ' senior Red Lialson Officer, further P £
hente stopotals to collect tax Korea calling for shipment special car of the boat train to! charged that Allied Varplanes ap remier
. and “spend money in January o) of the beer.—U.P. Southampton There they are/ bombed and strafed Communist
xpe e the basis of one-twelfth of last oéiaeisees staying overnight in a special suite | vehicles within the neutral area, Ma ry Vy it
year’s annual budget figure. The of the liner Queen Mary which 'wounding Red delegation person-| 4 V I ee
’ : ayy ret 1a in ori sails for New York at 10.15 a.m ‘] .
rom Part Sit beentea, tr ike anh af dic ~ n Wednesday mM
cipal be voted by the end of the i i D t on sda) te Pa ee eo Cee veney sa “
- Soap, was sat aside by the resi 1 5 a e ep ° nn ae cok aa said that on minded that agreeme nt between | Ihe ieee 7 : i her ¥ sain
: * 4 Bio ra tion of Premi Antoine Pinay a ‘ is eighth tri o America since {both sides concerning the confer- | Shi ; cheer as iniet
eee eee ori Week ago today A ll Ww d 1941, Churchill wanted most of all | fence site area and neutral areas| Shigeru, Youlada noe Minister
has expel d City Co “ilk Bidgult conferred with member 0 e to set up with Kisenhower a close ire at present only local agree-| United States after” Presi hey
Cla id A uatus Sirs ote {of his own party before talking 7 and intimate working system We | Lime nts on matters relating t¢ 1-| elect Eisenhower e eunionteadiies
aude ugustus Merriman from “A Gene Pierre is a Se ge his wartime friendship with Presi- Se a eos s , pr sheila ar, etag, - Tice calif 3 senh we rs inauguration
its ranks. This is consequence | With General Piert venig, Inter e¢ Ss hh ~ ; ;4| A LUNCHEON PARTY was held at Government House yesterday in ue wean armistic » discuss Japan's re-armament
of the ‘election Car Mr Cts de Assembly chief of the Gaullist: VAL e. e dent Roosevelt. Churchill was said | honour of Dr. Alain Bombard who is seen above chatting with His | %@#0tiations, and that continued) and defence production problems.
Vibart Wigh - ; eo ’1M.R.P. issued a brief statemer to feel the: the one time war and Excellency the Acting Governor Mr. R. N. Turner during the party violation of these agreements wi | , "
of “the La oe, ne saying it had confidence in both WASHINGTON, Dec. 30. | pulsing allsance between ‘J White | Dr. Bombard leaves this morning for Puerto Rica en route to New bring very serious consequences.” id Yoshida, if he makes the
TD gislative ounci!, 835i nidault and his proposed pro- A Justice Department Attorney House and Number 10 Downing) York a Franc , North Korean radio charged trip, would confer with Mr. Eiser-
Mayor for the Coronation yea ‘cau DPOF I A Jt < } Street had deteriorated. He wants ork and France . : r. Biseth
Councillor Merriman exercised| 2™@™me, underlining its belief in| testified Tuesday that the State/ tree’ had deterior je lat. | . . Sunday night that American, hower and Secretary of State«
his vote in favour of M: “| his proposals for boosting housing | Department cleared some Ameri-|to see it revived, at least some lat- | ‘ e x Superfort bombers killed or in- Designate, John Foster Dulles.
= eK... oe ual ? le credits 7 for U.N. jobs even though|ter day version of it, informants | » » ‘ 4 |jured “several hundred peaceful The newspaper said he would
ip a cea View wr 7 Even though the three partic it had information indicating — ee Pri | e Lhe . ¢ , av citizens” during an air raid Sat seek funds for Japan from the
the party rr the hele a att a Independent Republicans, Pea they were Communists Roy ith 7 the 78-year-old a Sah day night at Chongju United States mutual defence ap-
nominee for the eves l aa Tland Gaullists (A.R.S.) announced|Cohn who handled the New| Minister wore his vi bis aug! - : e sinha : 6-20'¢ | Propriations and loans from the
sn four ree (OP) after caucuses that they would not| York Federal Grand Jury whieh | ter weet bee A apt ap . / 6 Se at acer anaes c conta ate bey) World Bank for Japan's power
; : “*’ decide until later today whether! investigated Communist _ infiltra- Soames, I ember g = ates ' ot an oh ‘em, - av ign ep I r suncred bombs ane’ generation expansion programme,
to support Bidault if he was con-| tion’ in the U.N, gave testimony gether with Saeeig e e oe | e wo Kae : a u . ( f ‘i s raid, severa «UP.
5 ; sidered to have a better than even) before the House Judiciary Sub- Pare bggell British Anh oF ! â„¢ illed of . unde { aa oa Pot : a
; . she » to get the Assemt s back- committees a S. § as nor ORY ““ k or wo ed and numerot i
Nane Oakes eae : ae dy: " : oly b ick matte ha Ito the United States is making the By VICTOR KENDRICK | houses destroyed Mr Pru Pla
-" UP Col t present special assis-| journey to the United States SEOUL, Dee. 30 Pyongyang radio claimed that m an ITs
We : a . ial 3S . nt to Attorney General James) apoard the Queen Mary but off Chinese Communists warned U.N. troops in the ®tivaireraft guns and M.1.G.-15's S79l B 1
Granery “ale ani a ore ¢ “O- . ¢ an . sho e < ) ne . U
eds ws Again U. Ss Immi ration Amen ouaie, onld that was merely a co Sniper Ridge sector on Tuesday that they will stage a ot = wat ee ans . Dé 70). ud get
sti 1 th: t the P. “ b raat ae OF wn te ono mn ‘ Gamagec o others Sunday he
aaetis toe ses 8 Col tested tat at te ted! Churchilt concluded his affairs) “Aeneral offensive” next Sunday, but Allied officers thought | Fifth Air Poree announeed one WASHINGTON, Dec. 30
NASSAU, Bahamas, Dec. 30. ° . BB 9 an F mr, here with a special cabinet meete| the threat empty propaganda Sabrejet crashed after developing| [thas been learned that Pr
Gold heiress Nancy Oakes ; tcer or ca idver comment” on five!! ; . on 7 he at E {
akes and united ie jing on Tuesday morning. Un- Chinese b! od the “war? g ver loudaneske , ine trouble ident Truman plans to send a fiscal
her husband Baron Fenst Lyssafd e investigated and found doubtedly, his Ministers offered 1ese Diared the “warning” over loudspeakers facing | 154 i 4 7 nd a \
§ st, Lyssa INCE) ] ‘ . 4 . : edly, s ’ ‘ . » | . 954 budget of abou 79,000.06€
Von Hoyningen Huene flew to| .p,.MINGSTON, Jea., Dec. 30. \that the Department did have| 5th? ii. and information per- the sector held by South Korean troops possibly in the} Meanwhile at Panmunjom U.N. | 900 to the naw Republican 7
Europe for their honeymoon foi- Jama ot ko ; “th wis ut ae a“ nate “te tinent to his journey belief that the ROKS would be susceptible to this form of |"ejected two Communist charge | gress : ] ig
hy ‘ aica a ificer « he ri ri rse co ent, | $ " : of vio 0 side _pP ue
lowing their wedding Monda; Immigration Department. He said pome es he ‘ 1id information} am psychological warfare |S cae te Vaan tae The budget { the twelve
>y . 1 > , 7 ; , ’ ' ‘ wo rir
at poms. on arrival Sunda) at he would jn the hands of the State Depert- | fe : others jmonths beginning July 1, wilt
n a solemn Church of England question the crews of vessels car- | ment f fairly evaluated “would eo o Red drive w Peckaal Oh eye = | In a note handed to the Reds | outiny abe, Sectoral reverie tbout
ceremony the wedding went off|rying personnel of 300 and over have’ led to the conclusion that| / artinique baker 4. leek Rave ve ‘ais ashe | ( Arrested \the U.N. said investigations proved | 202:900,000,000 the same as the
a ill yee tee aor al eeaNein Gd x ie Ene en eae 5 a Communist’, } Eighth At ty rs Head rate ; ; that Allied planes did not fly over Ort sca
urch filled with guests. Long] Empress of Bermuda on a Carib- ye We. 1 adquarter Pan
~— g : - 7 f : ioubted Communist . ; % r . inmunjom on December 18, an li rove
lines of people crowded all the| bean cruise due here shortly The State Department refused | f ini would adver 4 ° tl tN an aaiitte 7 appl
approaches to the Church. The His preser ce here is to facilitate ve the Grand Jur th n . re ecl ue Om 3 ere offensive any time or erro! ih wa ieee athe fh ig . een oe ”
walk was illuminated with lan-| the quick turn ;round of vessels of the Department officials res- : ae ers recalled. the Reds broad- The note said the latter N ie ars oe a ee
terns and the Church was colour-| and comply with the provisions of |pensible for screening Americans ‘7 Shri te tone re nee by UNIS, Dec, 30 tion was based on the fact that ; \ oh as a "4 tae |
“ * . sare wr U _ mmer y . A : « avs be . | : “ ’ ov. - . . rent «le wr Hseal 198 7OuU
fully decorated with carnations! the Bill relating (o ships crews, for | cmipheymnant ' is ap 88 But aed Y eaoet De French authorities announced; the Reds had not proved how the were paras # ee 4 would
*,- he said.—(CP) ~—-U.P ember 25 but they made no move} ' . 2 1 i the neighbourhood — of
red hibiscus and yellow gladioli. 1e ‘sme 7 ahi io fulfill the boast the arrest of 17 members of the} leaflets got into the zone, admilt- 519.990.000.000. Ser ding for the
ve . | | Ls "The ground wat ‘Tuesday took Nutionalist Neo Destour «New In-|ting at the same time that the 1983 fiseal year » about held
The Governor of the-colony Sit re » | The Prefect of Martinique, MHP ihe form of probes and skirtais! dependence) Party on charges of ‘leaflets were found there over, is expestil fo total abou
Robert Neville and Lady Neville; 2 Excellency M. Laigret is due to} one involving 200 Reds, The Chin. | rortst act ‘ U.P. | 976 600,000,000, » 7! rould put
and the families of the bride and jarrive in Barbados this morning] peo « < poate’ Vig Among those arrested were Ali oar , ans ie would | Bu
L J ib ; ese continued persistent harra . Pe md tat sie Government about $6,000,000,000
en eee os = | by - or a eaves J er attacks at Sniper Ridge and Jat EI = sf aa Be ti tee un ~ \ t KE j iF n the red Sane
ests included socially prom-| in the day for Jamaica cco | Russel Hill on the central fron ae ee a see eee pal ec ‘Oo ne 7 Republ 1 lead of the in-
inent friends from Britain, the U.S., | j r e panying him are M, Vérger, bi8/put South Kor ans method ‘all \bde! Hafix Diab a cell leader be= 7 DUS ’ roops ’ oom : hiv r Congress
Canada and from Mexico, Count p oO asses Oa in | Prime Minister, Capt. Lespiau,|peat the Reds ba dicall ed to be behind the bombing . ir ! ’ minnie 7 re oe are’
and Countess Jean De Premio - K | Head of the Military cabinet and | rifte, machine gun - nortar fire weeks ago of a post offiee at Replacements tan tion tting next ven
Real, Doreen Feng daughter of th« Col, Valantin, Commander in| UN. troops in the Old Baldy [poUs,2! Arba : air ure ¢ hing like
Chinese Ambassador to Mexico and | SEAWEL! Dec. 30,—Mr. J. B. Colby, Manager of panies Sree troops im the/secetor, northwe f horwon, |) or Mal ; ivi : Py asi Fong th TOKYO, Dec, 40 $7,000,000 000 ch woutd bring
a P ‘. ‘ Tr H . . aieal | Freneh es ndies ad 3 ted n ‘4 100 foto os ass, ce esiaent o e U Sti 3 si fi O , y sir
mon ane BarOneay an . 3 a | J. ( Gilbert Ltd., Columbia House, London, arrived here The party will be met on ieardloaee whan 700- wn 3 , oe Neo Destour cell at La Kessera on po ‘ioe in “a e To, "rE ry ‘ i balanced acta mis Pp
‘Beh Sia ey Seger this morning by B.W.1.A., from Trinidad to supervisé the ;py Col. R. T. Michelin, Coms|iacked «a utpost positions, |, Darees of sabotage of telephone | have té serve an extra two month ee
é é sues . 2ad- z ie . ; ) : : i wo outpo Osition : é : ¢ xtra two ) cciaaveblintraninananssitiniitlte
ing aoe - é “Gavesniian poli loading of 2,000 tons of fancy molasses which his firm iS!| missioner of Police and Capt Allied intantrymen punched , tt tt “I 14. N in future before the are ent | “4
‘. i- . eet \ Seine »prese! r the ireth regio ‘ J : - . . T
igs “and” ‘commerce. “A'reception | purchasing for the British Ministry of Food. The molasses |¥. I Armstrong. copreseat %é|i0 the main defense lines coro byatoun” puta” naiiaestt wage, homes headauarters of ‘Ihe Fut | 1952 Strikes Ie U.S.
; 1 ' \ * s Exce . , ting Gove , t ed retreate | : 7" , were | Mast ¢ ‘ nounced here r
followed at Jacaranda, Lady will be shipped in barrels in the s.s. Diala. Senos Bama erd Kate ica hy at uded up for participation in an i Penn ANAOURCES |
Oakes town house which wa _He is met at Airpo | On landing, M. Laigret and M. | casualties ttacl uinst a local gendarmeri¢ Frontline troops in Korea will Brought idleness
strikingly decorated and illumin- M1 rt nd M Verger will call at Government; The U.N. fi ae ition, Police said they have dis- | not pe affected by the new ofder
ated. Most of the festivities were Joh: mm of itions Ltd, House and later they will joiD| former positior da half {royce 29 arms dump at Mareth m,. annowneement said increased WASHINGTON, Dee, 30
Pn —* grade. A great gis hi Second pir be |Capt. Lespiau and Col Valantin | hours later Red subbed TUS aE aw bi to aerUa service wae ordered becdusé there The vear 1952 broveht more
aa. The “ gg . oe? a. or ure aaa ‘ r ¥ ait Police Central Station west of Musan and n Kelly Hill | ’ : pan ‘te wa not enough replucements Strikes and more idleness from
adi. “0 e, after he y Gilb td t ing | t the western front an outh o -. ina ) " ‘ State york and stop; i the US.
honeymoon in Europe will return | distributed by that fi tself From C:ntral Station, the party ei Hill wae n - j . ; 4 , ran rs oe Se a yan ry han assy a6 iod ir ask the in«
t xic ofan cya io ' ie . Hall t eet . eee ve ' | —_———_— » > beginning of Janu : : . ° ‘
‘mai tena ae they are mak Or ae ee vil yt eg 5 oe S bow! i the ea y troops outside the Korean combat | dustrial convulst of eet the
: . ft : * — ps § é light snow ob er ‘ one \ nO 0 s ive bo i artrne r %) toe
-C.P. oy Fancy Mola =. in Bri uin, Walcott, Officer Commanding, Letilitty at scotterea a ar Holland W ants : ne vill nee <= . oe ere I Hen En oe 1 sm
Vir olby told the 4 ate t + Rarh: > aj . yeh, " n Vong j to their credit before the ecom y . O16 as
aii . lot of | ‘ aes : a be Barbados Regim nt, = a iel. \the 100-mile battle line Tempera- ] 4 e eligible for rotation home two-month trike of C.16.
lsold in the Un Kingdc put yw ageye “- “at eo Deputy | tures ranged from a low of six teturn Ol even —U.P United steel worker —(C.P.)
Syngman Rhee sn wiley ainoul’ “he commissioner oi Police tnd Cape aetice® Inthe wert to 12 dexrees| pa pia ventancesinneniiinenaiicanaindadiaaiiipnsiiaitanetabinaai:
: are, ladded that it ule depends very Armstrong will then take the} UP US aped Criminals i}
May Visit Japan (RES Ge tee ety ne party on a drive through the ‘ay Y gy %
ie at the ce me i irm - country-sid®, returning to Gov-| _— } THE HAGUE, Holland, Dec. 30 am a
- trying to get ther ») take another . at 12.30 p.m. in time Hollanc a
TOKYO, Dec. 30. yao ernment at ; . Y — ind may approach Allied
General Mark Clark, -Far East ee + ae tat ; for lunch M. Laigret and party | Chiang Sacks lop wcupation authorities to try to get }
U.N. Commander personally su 1M i ‘olby is here io a woek will rejoin the ship later in the! Vili | t Germany to return seven
ses 8 3 a~ |: 8 Staying at the Ocean ew afternoon ! . ;
gested that South Korean Presi-| Hote , Mitltite r We lescaped Dutch war criminals now
dent Syngmann Rhee visit Japen er ai TAIPE! any Hen it Jarge there
in an effort to smooth relations 7 . 66 | ‘ Ba | AIPEH, Formo ) su :
" . : . ‘ | ch Foreigr Mhice poke
between Japan and Korea. | South Korea ¢ am 0 oul r | Marshal Chiang Kai-Shek, |, A Dutch Foreign Off pol
Informed sources said the sug- Coinage Nationalist leader ha rahi ho then’ Maude arctan
vesti ras ade las “tobe =, j ° : | discharged al] { off voke the 1934 Moscow declaratio:
re the Anounene taaediiiones 1 Supply Most Of Strike Off ;0% the Chinese mainland under which rriyolagh eae !
. apt abroad who were f l promised to help each other trac
commended that Rhee come tuo! , : \ oan a . ormerly und dawr
Tuban’ aaeh ikchicey tan tn Soldiers Needed thindk Gia Caids Corsesicaiaets | eae, opted They l be r dow a war ¢ riminal Ch it een it
announcement said only that} “ LONDON, Dec. 30, | Stated if they are four ter shetied Ao cnt mata an eC
Riese would visit Clark's he ad-| wi W SSHING' Dee. 30 : The two day “Colour Bar” | be gngaged in guerilla arfi ape each occupa , afl h ities y
ar IN ‘on de : ngressional sub-( mi biniieen ne ama We ‘ & Nation: : ; any" t okesma id. 14
quarters as U.N. Commander's} , : Tue ; aa rike at Kings Cross Railway | Gon munist ‘iy cata The Dutch Government has. been|{\
personal guest. Kor Be Goods Depot—one of the biggest Natic etsy I y Aah ale |G a fre i}
2 are Om pl ‘ ner in London—is off. Eignty shunters |. hed th : OURS here tion though Holl At te wa ree i
However Korean and Japanes erates N here who refused to work with )2chbed 1e“order as another » ltradit 4 os ae Me ee ae
Government officials enthusiasti- )“"° 5° Servs - a Wes ha od tI j owards streamlining Chin Fa ae ROAR Wile Weet: Ger {
ave als siasti~ |" amir tion. fos : a i West Indian changed their minds | Nationalist armed f ..c It many
aor approved the visit in the hope | "3" ay ; ponight and decided to go bavi | eyperted to mean the discardins Or
that it would open the way fox oa to work le ee CACAECI ig
‘ | he € : of hundreds of Gene MA
eicakel ane" on relation Hows ; 7 So tomorow the new eu): under ite Tain as ead ‘ ———_—___
4 e e two countries. ee ' ' eague from Jamaica 33-year-gleé sts t fs he Jat + s
. “ a “jarzte) Which al i isf ited “ 4 munist It is the Vationalists
Informed sources said Clark’s|o¢ ) Chinese Na . troops | Stephen Salmon will help thein}second move to cut urplt gen- | ltalians Capture
ide se U.N. Commande operating | Mian Papeete : a | tort the trueks of 21 freight trainsjerals and officer the Ler \ .
in Korea with bases and headquar- |} j,," +}, Sie 7 ( that run into the sheds daily payroll, Two month +13 Norcolic : of
ters a Boca would be greatly |p unists Salmon formerly a carriage|erals and eight it re lies Chie
eased if the two countries ironed It said the outs tra- | cleaner was delighted when the}eompulsorily retained :
; . . é utgo nue : ROME, Dee. 30
out their differences.—U.P. tion failed to make tl maxi- | railway promoted him to shunter Chiang’s eldest son, Lieutenant Italian narcoties age eee, er d
jmum” use of South Korea’s poten- || with its half guinea rise. It put|General Chiang Ching-Kuo |they have smashed a key link {r ff
ANTI-CORRUPTION itial manpower and ion d his weekly wages up to £6 11s, neon today that Nationalist}the international dope smuggling |\\} at
liver the militar I nisec . » Zut when he went to start hig/#uerillas on the inland had|with the capture of Guiss ppe
BILL APPROVED +to Ch Ka a Mr J. B. COLBY new job yesterday the other|Killed or wounded 41,727 Com-| Corso, 27 old friend” of Luc ky
MEXICO CITY, Dec. 30, forces. it called fo oe € Ri shunters stopped work They eo. : ta etween January | Luciano, and son-in-law of the 1 T
Mexican City approved an anti-|steps on bott unts. The sub- ‘ me J ins usked “why give the @ egl« [89 Uctober loth this year e time Ne wk underwo }
) . 408 Y ce why give the job to a ¢ol-} iy Bh . I inderworld ‘
corruption bill which would force ; Committee made up of 1 osla suca JOimMs yure an whe ore are ‘Ay! General Chiang ¢ Kuo wh? | leader { 4
1G ft ofndial rel ; ; ured man when there are plenty | ; chief of the 1 \ q
a 7overnment officials to pub- emocr ney e . ‘ whi 1 ’ Ss chie , ! political depar Corsc ind Coppola had beer
lish a sworn statement of their|headed by repr ve Migration xO capa een 50 do: tt ment of the National Defence! ought since March tatanivies (i Y
! j ‘ S The strike spread over three . in conn 4
wealth both before and after hold-}ton Bi ooks, Der t of se shifts, This meant that no trains oon hl Mpen that n he r on with the attempted smuggl I pi
ing public office.—(CP) ana.—U.P. : GENEVA, Dec. 30. |could enter or leave the depot. [Period itionali gueril » the US. of a cleve mstru A
_ Costa Rica has joined the inter-) Messages were sent all over th attacked and held a . it ntainir re hevoin
7 5 " iain } hr ntal Committee for!country to stop or divert traine ee vitinace ne s. Th 218 Es it least $450,000 in unc °p
suropean migration, raising thelon their way to London, To-day {990 Villages and also nine isl ’ se 4> “i y |
3 NEW COMERS IN T DA D TEAM Committee's membership to 2) |two trains at Hull with 150 tensfO® the China coa on UP _ remests
countries, it was announced here |of fish for London were cancelled i ic P ;
From Our Own Correspondent) Butler. Av eam | today, Costa Rica is the first Cen- | Aberdeen Fish Market was affect- ‘ a For continuous music throughout the
PORTCOPSSPAIN, Deer 30, [Butler A oan Aancrisa neues ts Petal ot mport Controls On Milk —
Trinidad’s team to play India the committee, Salmon is a member of the : < - One i alas y . a ale
in the Colony match opening} After the announcement of t Other Latin American members |National Union of Railwaymen oat rurkey — Chicken or Steak dinners
here on Janu 13 caused great | team tollmeyer k are ane Chile, Paraguay and! and the Union's attitude was “ve ‘ WASHINGTO Dec, 3 i fd ( served from 8 to 11 p.m. .
surprise in ricket circles when reason why the Sele Venezuela jare o posed to any discrimination Secretary of Agricul nd drie er milk have . i . ~
nnouncéd on Sunday evening emphasis on yout St The announcement said: “A re | againat a cniburet man. There is [Charle Bran: et t ; Supper at any lime ce
The team includes five young-|said the team n cent independent survey of ecom-}no justification whatever for thig/¢4 import contro 1 ‘ oes
sters, three of them newcomé« every one but the " omic conditions in. Costa Rica/man being prevented from taking |milk, dried butter- f ic FEATS! BALLGONS!
and is an indication of how far nm the had shows that this country offers sei-!a job to which he is properly en-|cream to bolste domest i ! ( ,
the: Sele tor are prepared to's for young tleme t area: that would be at- | titled.” : : market nd ‘ t ght f ) QEDASLVAKE RS! M
1 givin ith a chance. Youngs ) active to Furopean immigrants: The Union tried to persuade;money in its pr tt )
sters are Ke r Corhie oO general make- with farming experience.” | the shunters to return to work and/#ramme. At the ») { reet th New Year {{
Derr ming ) lk Ransamoo have ust The t ve ilian farm-|its organiser went to the depot|Brannan remo: ) x : Mh
Ber Kar i Carl Furlong Ss ever 5 € Costa Rica with | tonight to reason with therm jtions on caseir r 1 che i} ; eo i
Sarnia , ; ne » of the. aarti AG nA Me. Wa Sleek dleneeend ihade 7 | Gen DINNER $4.00 >) i
meve (Capta j tt t ¢ nder dis- go back immediately “out of Jov~'Gouda cheese H i ss S ))
S« R i u ay eme Cost uity to the Union”’—-and to work | by 900,000 po r ’ ¢ vy DANCI $1.00 ))
li tupe T f Ric e expecte C re 1 ide shunter Stephen 8+ ni annual « ‘ ae
L ~U.P f Jamaica M r -U.P a SSS SSS = SS







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BARBADOS ADVOCATE











ES EXCELLENCY the Acting Attended Deughter’s

- Governor, Hon R. N. Turner, r, :

we@companied by Captain W, H. R Wedding

Armstrong A.D.( vesterday R. E. T. GIBBES, merchant

ft 1 paid an informal visit + of Grenada, returned home
, Barbad Electric Supply yesterday morning by B.W.1A.,

CGÂ¥poratior after spending a few days in Bar-

fs Excellency was met on bados as guest of Mrs, and Mrs.

Arey t i \ Sr 1, tne D. D. Johnson at Spencers Pian-

Gene ig G. Mor- tation, Christ Church,

! the 1eer-in-Charge, who Mr, Gibbes arrived here on Sat-
mpal him on a tour of the urday to attend the wedding of
ae ~Station his daughter Cynthia and Mr.

} t lex later visited Lloyd Johnson the same evening
Hani I ion where at St., Batrick’s Roman Catholic
he inspected dinghy Church.

L’Heretique wh r. Alain Fer Indefinite Stay

pier recently ssed . the M* and Mrs, T. Sumner,

Kor The Winter originally from England, but

have been living in South Africa

BARBADOS for the winter for many years are now in Barba-






It,







» Mr 1d Mr ec Seren- dos for an _ indefinite stay as
Denmark » arrived guests at Cacrabank Hotel, They
lost week by the De Grasse from arrived here on Monday morning
Jamaica.where they had spent a by B.W.1LA., from Trinidad after
1onth. They were accompanied having travelled out there from
t the two children, Ole and South Africa in the M.V. Ganges.
| } ind are guest at The Sumners are paying their
Cacrabank Hotel first visit to Barbados, From
M ind Mrs. Sorensen were here they expect to go to
here t sar when they spent Jamaica.
two months’ hoiiday. Mr. Soren- - on "
is a Director of S. C, Sorensen Ker Two Weeks
Importers of Denmark, RRIVING over the week-end
One Week by B!W.1LA., from Trinidad
R. and Mrs. C. H. Sprick ar- were Mr. D. Connolly and Mr, P.
N rived recently from Venez- Davey, engineers of U.B.O.T.
uela via Trinidad by B.W.1A, The have come over for two
for a -week’s holiday. They were weeks’ holiday which they are
accompanied by their two child- Spending as guests at Caecrabank
ren Hotel.

Mr. Sprick is employed with the Originally from the U.K., they
Royal Bank of Canada in Vene- both have been living in Trinidad
zuela. fee over a year. Mr Connolly

From Snow To Sun spent 3% years in Venezuela with
' ArT vy ie the Shell Co., before going on to

AR. HENRY J, MORGAN from yinidad, while Mr, Davey was

Ya Birmingham who was iN previously in Borneo for four
Barbado eighteen years 48° years with the Shell Group

passed through here on Monday
1 ‘ 4 C4
morning on the Empress of Scot- Engaged

Jand. He-was accompanied by his "WYHE engagement was announced
wife and sister-in-law, Mrs. J. M on Christmas Eve between
Packwood Miss Joan Branch, daughter of Mr.

He said that he was glad to be and Mrs. L. H. Branch of Claybury
inthe” tropics especially after Pin, St. John and Mr. Hal Cole,
feaying-Birmingham with four- son of Mr. and Mrs. Dorion Cole
teenh-inches of snow. of “South Winds”, Maxwell Coast.

While in Barbados, Mr. Mor- ss " 5 . ‘
gan and. party were the guests To Meet His Family
uf Mr, and Mrs, Peter Morgan of R. A. J. STOLL who came
St. Lawrence Hotel over from Venezuela’ on

Revellers Christmas Sunday by L, A. V. is due to Jeave

N Saturday night, the Revel- to-day by the Colombie on his
lers Club entertained their way back to Venezuela.
friends to a Christmas Party at | Mr. Stoll came over to meet

his wife and family who are in-
transit on the Colombie from
France after spending a holiday.

Secretary of Schiumberger Co.,

the residence of the President, Mr
Arnold Alleyne, “Wilsbury”’, Brit-
tons Hill.

The fete started with Bingo, and
prizes were distributed to the win- Mr, Stoll said that he enjoyed
ners, his short stay in Barbados as a

guest at Accra Beach Club, Rock-

trom Venezuela ley, and plans to spend his next
DD" Henrique Perez Dupuy, leave here,
President, Manager and Congratulations

founder of Banco Venezolano de MNONGRATULATIONS to Mr
Credito, arrived on Sunday by John Mose, son of Mr. and
dyeaeV, On & LWO-WECK tunilduy Mrs, GO, Mose of Fitts’ Village,

visit. He was accompanied by his gt, James, who celebrates his

wife, and they are guests at the seventeenth birthday to-day, and
Royal Hotel. also to Miss Monica Weekes of
F . College Savannah, St. John, who

R. GABRIEL MONCADO, celebrates her birthday to-day.

Medical Practitioner of Cara-

as, Venezuela, was an arrival by beck From Trinidad



L.A.V. on Sunday. He is a guest ETURNING from _ Trinidad
at the Aquatic Club. yesterday morning by

Other arrivals by L.A.V. on B.W.LA., were Mr. and Mrs
Sanday included Mr. George Me- pric Sanderson of “Beryiyn,”

Intosh, an Accountant with the Navy Gardens.

Groote ree ree a First Trip

racas, e las come over oO . _ < Th. 7 b
spend two weeks’ holiday, and was EAVING for Trinidad oe
accompanied by his wife and three B.W.LA. yesterday morning

children. They are also guests at was Master Robert Simpson, son of
the Aquatic Club, Mr. and Mrs, Jack Simpson of
; U.S. Stock-broker Marine Gardens, Christ Church,
“AV } . Ty f > He is going to spend two weeks in

oF, f Sun- } y .
re re era ts op gt Trinidad with Superintendent and
i che. kates , ” Mrs. Paton at Military Quarters,

back to Los Angeles, California, * Po ae ee
vas Mr. Fred Koenig, a stock- St. James, Trinidad.
broker who was here for the .This is Robert's first trip out of

Christmas holidays as a guest at the island. He will return in time
the St Lawrence Hotel, He was to begin next term at Lodge
accompanied by his wife, School.

- STARS AND YOU
































FOR WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1 OCTOBER to NOVEMBER 22
YOUR INDI VAL HOROSCOPE (Secorple)—Some influences tend to
Look in the section in which your disturb domestic, business harmony,

birthday comes and find what your friendships. Be your ingratiating self

cut ook according to the stars. You can solve such problems

MARC 21 to APREL 20 (Aries)—Start NOVEMBER & to DECEMBER
building a reserve as a nest-egg while (Sagittarins)—Business should be good
vou have time and things are generous this period. Be willing to co-operate

Avoid harshness, quick decisions where you should, Romance highly
APRIL % to MAY 2% (Taurus)—Be favoured {

Celberate in all matters where money DECEMBER 2s to JANUARY 2&1 (Capri-
r” futur ecurity its involved. Don’t corn)—Is a complex bothering you’? Do

hegitate to counsel if the negd presents you feel sl pping in some respects”

itse!? Look around, others are making good
MAY 21 to JUNE %1 (Gemini) use of their talents. Give yourself a

Opt'r n tempered with good common pep talk

ser will hold things in line for top JANUARY ’ to FEBRUARY “%

reguits. Professional people especially (Aquarius)—If you don’t waste time or

doctors, bankers should study possible material you can realize substantial
urgent changes gains in occupation. Don't let handi-
JUNE 2 to JULY 2% (Cancer)—Some ¢ hurt your future ssibilities
deceiving influences Take sturdy hold FEBRUARY ° Pisces) |
of »selfi, problems. Don’t “give in’’ tol Tricky, uncer day in rts but |
worry. There may be gains from yery good for those who are on their
un@xpected sources oes, ready to t when opportunity |
JULY 21 to AUGUST 2 (Lee)—You knocks, Don't ome irritated; smile
el restless, uncertain dur.ng some and win
t get held cf you, YOU BORN TO-DAY: are a happy

of versatility and. philosophy
will bring far-

mb.nation
Striving in confident way

-e for right solutions
PTEMBER 2 (Virgo)









ing rays for mecessary wching accompl.shments. You are prac-
business € urs. Day grows better «cal, dependable, able to rise surely,
towa'ds eve You can make some eftly from humble or hampered bev;u-
aeess 1 Shun moroseness, “feeling sorry
SLPLEMBER &M to OCTOBER % or past ;
(Libra)—Home and professional activi Pirthdate of Chas Edw Stuart,
tes can get appreciable help from frie nds rie Young Pretender to Brit.
ved ones. Avoid petty differences th Gen. Geo. C. Marshall



New

T. R. EVANS

HOPE TO HAVE THE
SERVING YOU AGAIN

T R EVANS

YOUR SHOE STORE
4220

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ies:

Phone:

Gada

WE WISH QUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS

A Prosperous
Year

FROM THE WANACEMENT AND STAFF OF

IN

(WHITFIELDS)

ifter One Week
EAVING today for Jamaica
via Trinidad by the Colombie
for a further holiday are Mr. and
Mrs. N. Vidal from Vancouver
3ritish Colombia. They have been
holidaying here for the past week
as guests at the Hastings Hote!
and said they had a very enjoyabie
stay.
From Jamaica they expect to go
New Orleans and then Los
Angeles before returning home. |
Mr. Vidal is a retired Civil Ser-
vant of Vancouver.

On Honeymoon

to

l N BARBADOS on their honey-

moon are Mr, and Mrs. James
W. Prudhomme who were recently !
married in Venezuela.

Mr. Prudhomme, a Grenadian,
has been working for the past 24
years with the Venezuelan Atlantic |
Refining Company in Puerto La
Cruz. This is his first visit to the |
island since he left it in 1918 after
receiving his education at Harrison |
College.

His wife, the former Miss Gladys
Pietri, is the daughter of Mr. and



Mrs. Pedro Pietri of Puerto La
Cruz.
Mr. and Mrs, Prudhomme are

gue~ts at Accra Beach Club, Rock-
ley. They expect to return in Sep-
tember for six weeks’ holiday.

Married Yesterday

ISS HELEN PILGRIM, daugh-
ter of Rev. and Mrs. A. ©.
Pilgrim of Mount Tabor, St. John
left the island yesterday morning
by B.W.LA. for Tobago via Trini-
dad to be married the same even-
ing to Rev, Derek Lyder, Methodisi
Minister of Scarborough, Tobago.
Miss Pilgrim, formerly a teacher
at the St. Kitts Grammar School,
spent a week here with her pa-
rents. She is a sister of Mr. 8.
Pilgrim, who is at present teaching
at the Bishop High School, Tobago

Carlton's Dance

EMBERS of Carlton Sports
Club are having an Old
Year’s dance tonight at, their new
pavilion which was opened Sep-
tember 22. This is the first time
Carlton have staged an Old Year’,
dance at their headquarters and
tonight’s party promises to be a
gay affair



Dancing begins at 9 p.m. and
confinues through until 6 a.rr. |
New Year's morning. Costume
Parade is scheduled for 11 p.m. |

and prizes will be presented for the
best costumes, There will also be
a door prize



Third Visit

M* and MRS. BARON B./
FLOYD of Texas, U.S.A.,

who have been living in Vene-














PLEASURE
1953



TO-NIGHT
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‘Written tor the Screen by ROBERT E KENT
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AT THE

GLOBE CINEMA

‘THE CARIBBEAN NIGHTS TROUPE” present:
A THANKSGIVING SHOW OF 1952

Don't Miss This Sketch
THE PARSON MISBEHAVES
‘eaturing Artistes ---

‘ritch Ivan, Slim Jim, Fire Fly, Mr. Eddie Hal
senorita Belgrave, Prowler, Merlyn Rollock,
Flying Saucer, Hilton Springer
Attraction: THE JU-C STEEL BAND
THE CHAMPIONS OF 1952








































¥ : »)
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Opening Tomorrow 4.30 & % GAIETY % i} REGRET
8.15 p.m. and continuing daily % *
Double Attraction “| & TWO GIANT SHOWS TO-DAY ¢ to all my old friends, cus-
| ® . po - a aan le x tomers and tenants who
so (Bank) 4. ¢ lala ‘
% “RAIDERS OF THE DESERT” ¢))) have not heard from me
y Richard ARLEN & Andy DEVINE §*}}) for Xmas 1952, I salute you
x GEVEN SINNERS” x all, in the name of Our
John WAYNE & ‘ ‘re ;
Nees awe ‘ ” Marlene DIETRICH ¥ Creator that He may con- ,
eich Pe taw S tinue to Bless you, and send
, ” % FRIDAY & SAT 8% PM g you rain, sunshine and
Ol “1 AM A FUG2TIVE FROM A \ Peace.
% OHAIN GANG % od 4
% Paul MUNI % PROFESSOR WEEKES
. . Edward VIII,
PCCOECLL PLO” Christ Church
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Musicat Entertainments From WARNER BRO
RONALD GENE

(EAGAN * NELSON
PHYLLIS THAXTER PATRICE WYMORE
ALL FUN AND MUSIC 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.



A 3

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| and Continuing DAILY (Also FRIDAY 2.30 p.m.)

B’'TOWN
(Dial 2310)




































zuela for the past five years are of
back again in Barbados on their } a
third visit and are guests at} | SS ==—_==,
Cacrabank, ae ane 4.45 & 8.00 om 4.45 & & to Friday
Mr. Floyd is an engineer with| | 4 a ntquing , Dats Se
the Superior Oil Company in| Warners Sir | vaee aera }
Caracas and will be remaining | Musical OPERATION | ae
for two weeks while his wife is d SHE'S WORKING ; BIG JIM McLAIN
spending a month. They are both Corn: SECRET | 5 VARS
keen golfers and have already | HER WAY THROUGH | witb cocHHan | prensa
played some games at the Rock-| FROM COLLEGE Miar = Fie ey
oe a ‘ N rite Special Midnite Special
ley Golf and Country Club. eee nen : (Technicolor) fone "Tosnite i
ie virginia Ronaid GAL WHO TOOK Jimmy Wakely
Short Visit | CORNEL KARL STEVE | A Maso HAGAN THE WEST (Color) Double
a E | iene NELSOD Yvonne Dec; RANGE
ISITING some of the islands | IDE . MALDEN: COCHRAN Midnite spec. Tonite Naan | RENEGADES
in the Caribbean on holiday | BUCK PRIVATES oy THE NAVY and
are Rev. and Mrs. Paul Smith of | PHYLLISTHAXTER pO, HOME | emer eoetella., + BOOM Re TWARD
the U.S.A. They arrived on Satur- | "sets 8 web ee nuncio mcoro#D LACK BARK * Thurs. Special 1.3" } ~——
te t . emamwcrs vy HE NRY BLANKE snows les Shute BLACK ¥ kT ARFICAN | ” 3 9
oh xy B.W.LA,. from Grenada on | Dan DURYEA TREASUKE | THU Special 4.30
i short visit and are guests of Rev rn , 1" ' eff MAN FROM TE
e sts «| | Thurs. Speciai Johnny Sheffield ” i
ind Mrs. L. L. Miller of ‘“Eden- | TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. | 9.30 & 1.36 OKLAHOMA BLUby | derntaera ApEn
ville,” Bank Hall, | and continuing daily. A STEEL FIST & | Bitar tient | G ING BPE
f ; ? SAGE |
, .
Back To St. Lucia PL AZ BARBAREES. BRIDGETOWN | BARBAREES OLSTIN
VM" SYA MASSLAL, Ragin oe rere LF er o . ca ALL PATRONS VIS + THE “PLAS! HEATRES”
_ cer, of the Roseau Company AT THE MIDNITE SHOWS TONITE WILL BE GIVEN A
in St. Lucia, returned home on | MASK FREE!
Saturday morning by B.W.I.A, af- | -- . >
ter spending two weeks’ holiday |
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. | ~~ eeapaameAh BBBEAERECK
M. Massiah of Sion Hill, St. James. ' KROODAL THEATRES
He was accompanied by his wife. |
Also travelling with the Mas-
ahs w: . | et | c S YMPIC
Siahs was their brown bull mas- | ane easy Modes ae nce aah 8. 1kin ROYAL
tiff puppy “Judy”. 445 & 820 pm 4.30 & 8.15 p.m To ney & Tomorrow
|& Continung Daily Republic Double Double 30 & 8.50
ee i r Donald Barry in HOLIDAY CAMP Universal Double
Li ; 1! Universal | Pictures TRAIN TO aia oe er
| seers ALCATRAZ WOLFMAN hadite, titineate
islening Hours | James Stewart and aeeeeetneeseesiinnantensaceemne Shelly ee
| Arthur Kenedy rHE DAKO‘ Midnite Tonight si
i aVEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1952 A in eke ee re A |RAGING TIDE
i 4 pm, 25.53M Midnite tonia suc rbott &
—— BRE New BEND OF THE) Midnite tonight | “Thu Costello and
_4 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily i ws
Barsicee ie pe Bie anaes Dally Shipment RIVER mn re Ate gay (CATTLE. DRIVE
Orchestra, 5 p.m, Cousin Alicky, 5.15 p.m Of olor by Technicolo in (Color)
E.B.C. Scottish’ Orchestra COMANCHE — CODE Starring
6.007.415 pom S1.32M, 49. 71M Bs We, cpl Reel TERRITORY & THE LAWLES*| Joe) McCrea
ieee = eee atest Ne Y eae
6 p.m. Scottish Magazine, 6.15 p.m CURTAINE, CEL sy, Giant sean Sopa wel
Listeners. Choice, 6.45 p.m. Sports Round Special Midnite |AT CACTUS CREEF Fussy Noeke Tae
Up and Programme Parade, 7 p.m. The | Tonight ¢ ; Jacioncicaseais ; Fri. & Sat
News 7.10 p.m. Home’ News from | Republic Double pom eh ta {89| pening Tomorrow |p as oe eae
‘ 3 ‘ 7 5 “ * m : * 30 & & 5 = ? ” OL e
Brita n, 7.18 p.m. Calling the West | i CALIFOBNIA. | sat rene i.90 ite Meine 2 sons bitte had
: PASSAGE ‘ 2 3 Solumb!a Double Ann Sheridan
oak Sheet ts S1.32M, 49. 71M | ¥ ° De LIM A : eanane sae he aie cnet Hal Dennis | O'Keef
7 , nat ith hristine Larson n
7.43 atch Night Service, 8 p.m ‘ " nr ¢ Tucker y i . ON
Big Ben—Radio Newsreel, 8.13 pm & CO LTD sai aA EW AD ON
Scottish Dance Music, 845 p.m. State- on - " shasta GOVERNMENT ee ° ieee THE RUN
met of Account, 9 p.m. Long Live the} a and SPOILERS © Atiuien - . and
107 : of Edward, 10 p.m. ‘lhe News, | 20 Broad St. tok PLAIN: PHANTOM LEGION rie Se aie STEBL TOWN
0.10 p.m. From the Editorials, 10.15 s ‘ . a ; ; artnet. Starri
p.m. New Year Message, 10.30 p.m. The | and at ; R eae Water Reed “Archer Anr “eae
oe ‘ ; ‘ oy Rogers alter che Y Su
Commentator Looks Back | Marine Gardens. } Penny Edwards D ck Curtis » Dick John Lund ,
ates ae > } =







%temember — The Last Show Hundreds Fail to ==
i Gain Admission
Prices: Stall 24, House 36, Balcony 48, Bex 60
FREE GIFTS TO THE POOR TO-NIGHT
Show Starts At 12 p.m, Sharp
THIS AN OLD YEAR'S MID-NIGHT SHOW M
— eae a= lo Ol OS :

GLOBE

} "5," LOUIS LANTZ





WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1952

Let’s Start The Year Right ae
TO-DAY 5 & 8.20 P.M. TOMORROW > & 8.30
and Coatinuing DAILY 5 & 8.30

*



‘TODAY. .-IN THE HEART
OF GEORGIA’S OKEFENOKEE
SWAMPLANDS...

SG A Sa

aay eC ACE

~

She had never
seen a young
man before - and
she reached out
te touch him -
or kill him?

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tae a
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JEFFREY =» CONSTANCE

2 AN yi Ree rtp as
eae PETERS - HUNTER: SMITH
ce casey a pa
ROBERT L. JACKS fire

Associate Producer ROBERT 0 Wi8R
Directed by

JEAN NEGULESCO

URED
WILBE:
panir a

Ms SE 1$
Rees

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late to fete
9

DANCING
9 p.m. __6 am.

a? Door Prize *

Renew old acquaintances,
make new ones, and
Really Enjoy
yourself in the
friendly and
informal

Carlton

atmosphere



Based on a Story by VEREEN BELL 7 '





A}

For old times sake
drop in at Carlton—
and it will never
be too late with
Dancing from 9 p.m.
"till 6 a.m.

® Costume Parade

with

(Prizes) at ID pm. »

CARLTON

MEMBERS ONLY ADMISSION $1.50

BESSRSRE Ses eee
OLD

74, 4
POL CPPS

| %,

NIGHT
AT CLUB ROYAL

BALLOONS, NOISE MAKERS ETC.
We are pleased to announce
MR. ABE FREEMAN

is now with us

DANCE _ $1.00

NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER
HOTEL ROYAL

Dec. S3ist, 1952

MENU:
Grapefruit Los Barbados
Chilled Dutch Consomme
Fried Flying Fish
Horseradish Cream Sauce
en Branches
York Ham
Yorshire
Hawaiian
Crant



Assorted Hors D’vcuvres
Traymore Soup
Caper Butter Sauce
Sauteed Red Bream
Asparacus
Conadian
Roast Top Loin of Beef
Braised Crown of Pork
Roast Long Island Turkey
Vege

Pudding
Fritters

rry Sauce



tables :
Dressed Cabbage
Yam Rissoles

Jug-Jug
Rice Portuguese



Potatoes
Baked Crushed Oven Browned
Parsley
Hard &~Brandy Sauce

Mince Pies

Plum Pudding,
tion Cream
Coups a la Royal
Mixed Nuts
Gold & Silver Mints
Demi Tasse
Dial 3508 for Reservations

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Raisins

Assorted Sweets

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WEDNESDAY,

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DECEMBER

31, 1952

_



Weather














are expected to be bette!







Accor | ns in last year
SS >. ve ceive rom 40 ed ¢ L limes, golden apples
ea >» A t th ‘ tegcries S were among the
t a ” of the Isla the for the 1c.pal local fruits obtainable in
a eS ‘ month of ovember, 1952, was the market in November
BROOKLAX is the Casy way |just about average, says Mr. C. C Pests and Diseases
~ Skeete Director of Agriculture, The chief plant pests and dis-
- plemant ¢ re |in his monthly notes on the work eas reported during the month
! - 4 oe ke de = - . - a In the a r= wer cotien mae worm, >
Py t Cc ‘ s s Tho re > et ig VT p ) or gr Pi De
. . showers fell Gn aetueal ha of ae raaade ae. Stee a
BROOKLAX is the safe way \the month, the heaviest and most bact-rial black rot in Cabbage.
#YDN io. Sendai |widely distributed | being on the Control measures are continuing.
Se eile vy oval ae 12nd, 18th, 22nd, 24th and 27th Concentrated feed and green
ED | bowel action |Unfortunately, the northern area fodder were in satisfactory supply“
= jaf the Island received only light throughout the month
| show rs on the 2nd, 18th and 22nd. The Peasant Agricultural In-
“9 RG i MLAX ::: average total rainfall for the structors visited 1,053 peasant
E 5 | month Was 7.77 inches, the aver=- holdings and 19 school gardens in
jage for November, 1951, was 10.80, November, Seven mango trees

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jthe past 105 years was 7.78 inches
| The approximate total rainfall for
jthe Island for the eleven months,

| January to November 1952 is 48.18

jinches, the total for the



yerage for November for

were topworked.

Members of the extension staff
assisted the Co-operative Officer
gt several meetings of co-op*r-
at.ve groups during the month.

Competitions
The final judging of four com-
petitions held in connection with

corres-
ponding period for 1951 was 81.59
inches.

The highest total rainfall for
}November, 1952, at any of the

| above 40 stations was 11.45 inch<-s

lof St, John and the
3.54 inches, measured
in the partsh of St

lowest
Lucy.

Sugar Cane
The sugar cane crop in general
} greatly improved with the
| during the month,
The planting of

the n&w

and, so far, it \ppears as if
germination will be satisfactory
According to returns

1937 (1937—7),
}of can
tions

made
canes
| kinds,
| in 1953 is 257.18 less than in 1952
there is a decfease of
acres of plant canes and an

the total acreage
1953 is 35,982.45
10,454.10 acres

in
up of
and

acres

nd fifth ratoons.
35,982.45 acres
plantations

To the total ¢
to be
must be



added

which is estimated
acres, making ‘a
44,482.45 acr?s.

be
total

to
grand



ber, is the equivalent of 125,00C

tens of sugar; this estimated ton-

recorded at a station in the parish
was
at a station

» Cases
rains

crop
was completed during the month
the

received
under the Sugar Cane Census Act

to be harvested by planta-

plant
25,528.35 ratoons of all
The acreage to be reapea
1,077.89
in-
crease of 820.71 acr2s of ratoons,
he increase is in the third, fourth





area grown by smaller cultivators
8,500
of

The initial estimate of the 1953
crop, made at the end of Novem-

the annual Agricultural and In-
- dustrial Exhibition took place
during the month. Tl ese competi-
tions were as follows:—(a) School
Veg*table Gardens, (b) Peasant
Vegetable Gardens, (c) Peasant
Holdings and (d) Cotton Plots.
The judges were the Plant Dis-
inspector and the acting
Senior Peasant Agricultural In-
structor
Crop Husbandry

The principal operations on the
Stations were those in connection
; with the planting of the 1952-54

ugar cane crop. In addition,
. “catch” crops, such as cabbage
and tomatoes, were planted out on
a field scale.
: There was a
of livestock at
at the end of November
comprised stud animals,
pigs, goats, sheep and
Three hundred = and

total of 119 head
the six Stations
These
cattle,
equines.
sixty-one

gallons of milk were produced.
Six young pigs were sold for
breeding.

Stud Services paid for at the

Stations were as follows:—bulls
134,, bucks 149, rams 46 and boars
making a total of 401 for the
month

Entomological
Overhauling, cleaning and
painting of parasite breeding units
) continue. Field inspections for
prevalence of moth borer and of

» moth borer deposition con-

nage may substantially increas¢ eae
or decrease according to the "nue. 7
weather conditions which prevail Over five hundred larva of the
during the next three or four Corn ear worm were collected
months and the juice quality at ffom areas adjacent to parasite
the time of harvest libsrations, and are being exam-
7 ined to discover whether any of
A detailed statement of the the parasites introduced from
a¢reages of plant canes and ra- Trinidad and liberated for control
foons to be harvested by planta- of corn ear worm have become

tions (of over 10 acres) in the va-
rious parishes of the Island during




established in the field.

Examinations of fields treated

the 1953 crop is. given. The with gammexane earlier in 1952
percentages of plant canes and have been started to ascertain the
various classes of ratoons, as well effects, if any, of the heavier rates
as the percentages of the different of application of this chemical on
varieties to be reaped are also the growth of newly springing
given. plant cane,



First
Ratoons

Plant

Parish Canes

Ss, Michael |

692.89 |

|

| |
|

Ch. Ch, 1,594.25
S. Philip | 1,834.50
S. George | 1,016.94
S. John 959.33
S. Joseph | 487.87
S. Andrew 168.25
S. Lucy 926.50
S. Peter

S. James
S. Thomas



Percentages of Sugar Cane
varieties to be reaped in 1953
Variety : Percentages
B.37161 76.04



B.41211 12.54
B.4098 7.39
B.4 1 1.24
B.41: 1.01

Mixed and Other
varieties 1.78
100.00

Peasant Agriculture

Field as well as garden vegeta-
ble crops benefited from the
showers which fell during. the
latter half of the month, Sweet
potatoes wers in good upply and
early yams also appeared on the
|ma ket during the month, Green
\ve are growing well and
‘ available in good quan-
the end of Dee®mber.
cane crop has shown
improvement since the
rains, Peasant cultivators
planting the 1952-54 crop
iring the month,
Cc picking has }t
has be®n hampered by
rain
Groundnuts
atisfactory progress,






by

tity
The
marked

recent

began





tton



to
Yields this in operation, and the fuzz of one

continue








Summary of Acreages of Canes to be

} 10,454.10 || 10,880.16 |

make







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

arrow. had ripened and had
cut, Routine work was c:
F Second ar

zy trials

been
ried or
Third



a



thousand
have ben potted
r distribution in 1953
Analytical and Chemical

The annual inspection on, and
repairs to the Laboratory Experi-
mental Milling Plant was con
ducted by the consulting en-
gineers in preparation for the
harvesting of this year’s sugar
cane trials of approximately one
and a half tons of cane.

to date



One hundred and = sixty-one
samples received and examined
during the month from various

Government Departments and
from private individuals, are dis-
tributed as under:

Department of Agriculture 83
Official 46
Police Departm®nt 18
Miscellaneous 10
Customs Department 4

161

Work was done for the Central

Livestock Station, the Cultiva-
tion Officer and for the Entomo-
lcgical Department, In addition

Nitrogen and Phosphorus content

of forty-two (42) cane lent sam-

plis were completed

Samples analysed for the De-

partment of Agriculture com-

prised ;—

Leaf Analysis (Agricultural
Chemist) 42

Leaf Analysis (Cultivation
Officer) 2

Milks (Central Livestock
Station) 30

Soils (Agricultural Chemist) 6

9

Waters (Irrigation Officer)
Lead Arsenate (Entomologist) 1

83

Forty-two out of a total of
three hundred and seventy cane
leaf samples accumulated by the
Department during the year have
been analysed colorimetrically for
Nitrogen and Phosphorus, A
suitable quick and reliable method
for Potash determination is still
under investigation,

Milks

Thirty samples of
analysed for
stock Station
returns were

milk were
the Central Live-
at The Pine and

made showing
average fat content and _ solids-
not-fat per cow, The returns
show an increase on the previous

month of 4.25 per cent. in
“average fat content” per cow

Fat S.N.F.

October 4.6 8.6

November 4.8 8.6
Department of Education

Supervision was started on the

reconstruction of the Science Lab-

oratory at Coleridge-Parry and
athe second of a series of three
lectures on the teaching




Elementary General Science t
given by the Government Analyst
to Elementary shers at the
St. Peter's School by re-
quest from the Director of Educa-
tion.

harvested in 1953, from Holdings Of more than 10 acres.





{ 2 : eee Sixth
| Second Third Fourth Fifth Eighth
| Ratoons Ratoons Ratoons Ratoons |} and Tenth Total,
Ratoons
|
| 626.17 30.09 2,278. 9(
8th & 10th}
ad 75 | 89.00 12.00 7.50 |°4,796.7
ee 50 | 58.50 | 5,22
1,009.99 123.34 3.50 | 3,919.93
1,005.62 | 272.75 25.75 | 4,069.14
500.65 120.20 11.50 | 2,067 36
| 41.50 50.75 11.00 ‘ j1 1,756.50
574.00 43.50 6.00 eu | 2,615.50
tn
| ‘687.75 | 170.75 34.50 5.00
605.96 | 9.72
901.00 251.75 27.00
! 8,680.89 4,593.29 131.25 22.50 | 35,982.45

1,220.26

Food Crops and Garden Pesis

Advisory work was maintained
as usual, and because of reports
of alleged ineffectiveness of iead
arsenate in controlling sweet po-
tato army worm, a sample of the
lead arsenate was submitted fox
analy The sample contained
95.4 per cent, lead arsenate, which
is adequate for killing sweet po-
tato pests if applied at the times
and in the manner recommended
by the Department. Late spray
ings to control swarms or armies
which have already formed have
been hampered by recent rain-
falls and by the fact that nearly
fully grown army worms. eat
more but are less easily killed
than are the young worms before
they .develop into armies or
swarms

Wood Ant Control

Seven inspections, treatments
and reports were made on Gov-
ernment buildings and on three
private houses during November.
Advice was given to residents in
St. Andrew, Jackmans and St
James.




Botanical
Breeding work In Sugar cane
was continued at Groves. By the
nd of the month 95 lanterns were

e-
“Sr ‘
j f (Cevabeaes a2e8 AR ping is easier and
£7 gg h aPont* .
* yw * more convenient

{ ‘ 7}



s

Co-Operation

The Co-operative Officer atten:

ed seven regular general mect-
ings of co-operative groups 1"
November, Four were meeting
of registered societies and thr
of unregistered groups In
addition, he attended a meeting

of the Committee of managem®!



of the Sayes Court Marketing
Society, and a function held in
connection with the presentation

of the Certificate of Registration
to the Enterprise Savings Soci*ty

He also presided at a public meet- vessels in harbour

ing sponsored by the People
Consumers’ Society.

Mr. Basil Armstrong, a volun-
tary lead2r in the co-operative

dis-



movement in British Guiana
cussed with local ¢o-operator:
“some aspects of co-operative de-
velopment in British Guiana” at
a meeting convened by the Peo-|
ple’s Consumers’ Society Local |

co-cperators derived great bene-|

fit from the discussion, and wel-

comed the opportunity of meeting |}

* over-
a

fellow co-operator fron



Registration

The Enterpris Co-operative
Savings Society which was re! is-
tered on 24th October was pre-





Visitors — Shop-

if you use local
currency For

best ex-

rates,
change your
travel funds at
our conveniently

located Bridge-

town Branch



NOVEMBER RAIN ABOVE AVERAGE



others









é
Mark:ting Societies

rhre register co-operatir

LOLi¢ a eted their member
cane vi a CO yperativ basi
juring the 1953 reaping seasor
These societies, in accordanc
with the terms of the Domestic
Sugar Agreement, are entitled to







an addit.onal pric, for their cane
Mounting to a total of $618.27
Two of these ot ies rece ©
eir respective amounts durin a
nonth and paid out patronas
dividen t he memb
Fisheries

During the month of November
192, a sur of $174.73 was repaid
by boat-owners against loan:
This makes a total of $82,065.02
repaid to date. The outstanding
balance to the end of November |
is $42,603.67

Interest collected for the mont
imounted to $5.82; this makes a
total of $1,170.58 in interest paid

date

Th flying fish season opened

th a fairly high percentage o!
oats operating Some large
itches have been recorded

‘Lruguay’ Pays
“irst Visit
For Season

Paying her first yisit to Bar-
bados for the season is the Mooré
MeCormack liner “Uruguay”

lhe Uruguay is one of tha three
Neighbour ships—the other
the Brazil which has
Ned here this season
and the Argentina which is
to arrive here on January 14

“Uruguay” will make two more,
calls at Barbados during March
when she arrives on March 12
and again on March 25. This linet
will also open the Summer season
on June 17

Yesterday, taximen p a t
their cars on the Pierhead near
the Baggage Warehouse in prep-
aration fer the ship's arrival this
morning. By two o'clock yester-
day, th*re was no parking space
‘efit. This is the ship's first port|
of call since she left New

York. |
COLOMBIE COMING
The French liner Colombie also
hrrives in port to-day on her
outh-bound voyage with passen-
gers fro Southampton and Le«
Hiavre. |
She leaves lat»; the day for
Trinidad and her regular Carib- |
bean cruise before returning |
Barbados. Local agents for
Colombie are R. M. Jones & Co
ho are also agents for the
Vioore McCormack liners

SCHOONERS

Good
two being

already ¢
aque

ked

in

the |

KREPAINTED |

Many schooners have |
painted recently Among
being the Franklyn D.R.,
has sinee begun to load
British Guiana

Over the last week-end, two
have, been repainted
They are the Mary M, Lewis and
the Emeline Both of these
fchooners trade between_ Barba-
dos and British Guiana

The Mary M. Lewis is
painted grey with a yellow streak
and the Tmeline, black,

Frances W, Smith and the
Harriet Whittaker have also been

been re-
them
which
lime for



how



repainted The — latter left on
Monday for the Fishing Bank
Frances W. Smith still in the
Care nape
KE REPAIRS

The schooner Confident IG
which arrived in port last week

in the inner Careenage under-
going keel repair

This sehooner sailed into port
from Dominica with a large ship-
ment of cocoanuts and copra
Captain J. Flemming is in com-
mand of the vessel which is con-
signed to the Schocner Owner

sociation,

UNLOADING





The unloading of ships’

care-
ZOOS continued yesterday 4
jaundhes towing fighters mrade
frequent trips to and from the

In port were
the Saguenay Terminals liner
Sunametia, the Prospector of the
Harrison line, the Canadian
Cruiser and the motor ship Diala
flying the Norwegian flag

|

One piece creations by
Model Mode of form-flatter-
ing Swimsuits in Lastex.

Sizes 32—42 and price
' ranged from $13.12 — $28.11
Beautiful colours and colour
combinations in a choosy

Mermaid
Beach Bag.

packed

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A number of designs — Flame,
Sorrento. Merdream, Temptation, and the

(eo. Sahely & Co. (Bios) Ltd.

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BARBADOS etl ADVOCATE °

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BARBADOS

By Vaughan Jones



















( r sit P
firideetown érinted oy the Advocate Co. 1.4d., Broad parat ve ¢ t l lied. Other animals
a oe F x ¢ ee 7 k \ after being given im-
Wednesday, December 31, 1952 E . 2 e ¢ rat of sacking
ia P i witt and whisky.
, , 7 ‘ to breathe
"oR? . .
HOUSE BUILDING - aia ae
i wher butcher who owns
TO-MORROW the tw elf-aid hou i Be eS tat
1 icn safely sur-
experts wt re comir to Barbados ved f will provide his
Mi ‘ f i ae fellow to I in the Scottish
supervise a pi self-aid buildiny sche Se at al Christmas joints
are expected to arrive in Barbados for a : mn ner A. - n
stay of tw nth I overnmen | ( ealth ould
Barbados cz t be accused of any luke- | rm anh ed
wer ney UKed
warmness in its approach to building | e P Ministers
self-aid method The Housing Manage mere th ori : re
Mr. Lashley earlier this year visited Anti- | untr ‘
‘ ) ~ > Setar
ua, Jamaica and Puerto Rico and not | ,‘ nperiat preferen
mat weeks a the two self-aid expert | p ecognised by all
who have been loaned to the Caribbean f a pe Fg a
. : | eh vide be but many
under a grant made in accordance with the | in Britain believe that the inter-
. “ ts ¢ ‘ommonwealtt I
American Point Four technical aid pro- | , i Commonwealth's own
: member hould have top priority
gramme were invited to Barbados by Gov-
~ : And it is disturbing to read in
ernmen [he preliminary approaches the Conference's comnituiaue th
self-aid housing, it seems, have been suc- inference that the Commonwealth
aint ‘ eS 4 will soon be seeking dollar aid for
cessfully made. But the government seems | Geveloping her territories
to have left almost to the last minute the For there is in that the impli-
. ‘ ation that the Commonwealth,
arrangement of a detailed plan of oper: hich contains an abundancy of
tions to be followed during the stay of nearly all the world’s vital raw
AN . 3 iterials, can no longer stand on
Messrs. Garcia and Hanson. her ows fealaiid dp her own work
There are many in Britain to-
t : \ » arrive 1] d ho would have been happier
It was not until the arrival Barbad Hf tha: Balika CadlMabere Hae as
last month of Messrs. Garcia and Hanson unced such outside help, even ‘ Besht free shamples
that heads of departments were summon had aoa Soir work for I've ever tashted!”
veryone in a — _
ed together and given detailed informa- And there are some who point
al t lf-aid } ‘ ’ Tt was to feated enemies Ger- Other prime Smithfield Show
tion about selt-aic 10USINg. Ss ah n and Japan. Those two coun- animals will find their way to the
surprising in view of the fact that Mr. uric with almost unbelievable tables of London restaurants. One
Lashlev’ "e . self-aid |} sing had drive and effort, have re-eStab- establishment is serving cuts—
zashieys report on self-aic cadena diteiaasen hed their economies during the marked with a blue rosette—at a
been available for several weeks and var years '* a manner which price of twenty-five shillings.
aes neics ha been thoug impossible. ' .
ought to have provided sufficient ‘fils i- The Home Secretary, Sir David
tion for a plan of operations to have been Fog Maxwell Fyfe, is a witty and able
okies apap ag am ‘ London's great fog, which for talker and a brilliant lawyer in
agreed aa during the visit last month + three days descended on the addition. To hear him in a court
of the two self-aid housing experts i in its worst post-war of law is an object lesson in the
Instead a committee to advise on self-aid tox k a toll of ve MAT ohbixtsie then to hear
; nim as well ¢ yeople s s risit ‘
housing was not appointed until during Eleven prime cattle being shown his wife, Lady Fyfe, tell a Betoun
; p, + , Smit . . > < alt é orum meetin, 1a a
the visit of the experts and for the first at the famous Smithfield Fat Stock Liberal d g a

She choked in it



time during that visit the proposed site at ttlemen and veterinary sur-

Clincketts in St. Lucy was visited and eons tried to save them with
> . : ep cade . ane irugs and whisky, but in vain.

inspected by some heads of the depart- nha’ cimels. threats. aud. itngs

ments represented on the committee. had become irritated and they

Before the departure of the experts 5

in November it was agreed that the

Manager of the Housing Board shou!'d

construct two pilot houses according to
designs approved by the Committee.
This week a locally manufactured block

. 7
making machine commenced to make con- A ‘endnun io. Bite req iby brett Oliver
. *ke for > , ses ¢ armament has been inevitable
crete blocks for the two pilot houses at oat RT ee eter et ath’ peek ot £000 willicm) tn
the Bay Estate. Meanwhile the Commit- o, it was becoming clearly 1953, whereas the three-year
g j » ¢ rise lf ai ig apparent that the nation rearmament programme drawn
tee appointed to advise on self uid housing ae ea, could not carry the up by the Labour Government
has continued to hold meetings and con- burden of a staggering defence provided tor only £600 milléon,
: : hind } as uc , » rest yas eing sAUSEC
tacts have been made with individuals bill. It bey too esp a a ene IS EN y
> » =. ls count which was §& Ze g i ) > ks,
the parish of St. Lucy where the first pilot any case to regain its financial Mr. Churchill has therefore
scheme is to be ¢ mpted. stability Peta seae ar? ' ws
scheme is to be attemy , Therefore, Prime Ministe: intervened ge prea. im even
There has however been no official Churchiil'sscarmouncement:.that pigher en ailing on the
announcement from the government as to oe, brea es00. ian British economy generally, As
: ss : xe kep W in a i , ht : et ie) a
the individual or department which will ]} ceiling did not come as a sur- ong bs — budest ab ~
be responsible for the implementation of | prise to British industry engaged jiition annually, ;
the scheme. The indications are that the | °"phe surprise, such as it was, ioe he, keep defence produc.
atti ion co. ow a ce ig oO j
government having sent Mr. Lashley to gontzed, onthe oomie’ Diltnns: Khe. (CG MMeRnenE otha
. ecisio o re ‘e produc I ;
see self-ai singe schemes i » fie) ninibds nanteline sirore , elected to revise its pattern of
see self-aid housing schemes in the d present front line aireraft, at the airtrath. outcuk ite “nents
are reluctant to give him full responsibility aay ae sheasniee ats ans itS ture of planes already in f
for the pilot scheme at Clincketts. The | troduction of new and still more- {Cale Production is to be reduced,
suggestion to start a pilot scheme at advance types, trated on the selected super
Clincketts appears not to have originated Is th's wise? There are som pesarthy woes Be Hewieet
. . am Taha me oy r § f an Jé >
with the Manager of the Housing Board Ais Poon Bn Pagar Mie 7 re fighters, the Valiant and Vulcan
but with the Social Welfare or some othe existing jet planes in service as ab on pa ge ERO ee
cA”. . — + The ? can possibly be supplied. They * x = ore?
government department. The Housing Peat Sieh TY eat eed oa: ait ae eeaor
Added emphasis on the pre
Manager is not himself a head of a | Russia, the initial need would duction of these aircraft. is
department but acts under the instructions | ®¢ for quantity and not necess~ commendable, for, in many res-
irily quality in the air force sent pects 3r s se ir rce
f the Housing Board, Unfortunately one to. defend West I ae ghee hee pag tore ig 2
oO ousing board, 9 avely 1e up to defenc estern Kurope. is approaching absolescence. The
of the representatives on the Housing | Russia has been building a quesuon, however, is whether
B iM G@ f Ad ‘ fvaqtiantis a ive striking ee by ag Britain will have time to get her
oard Mr. G. . Adams is frequently al! out on its proved aircraft, advanced planes into the air in
. ! . . lig c shte * ri : ; .
absent from Barbados and the meetings of like the Mig 15 fighter And numbers before anything starts
: everal less-publicized bombers in Europe, providing, of course
the Board sometimes break up through yuld there be a repetition of'something’ does start. Everyone
, jattle of Britain, it is asked? a6 rw c 5
lack of a quorum. ’ hopes nothing will, but if it does
a : sh hile )Siahant ay 1940, Britain had two superb the balance of survival could be
The self-aid housing experts are arriv- aireraft in the air — the tipped by the number of aircraft
Spit i the H But ;
: : . : ei Leia A} salt ‘ Spitfire and 1e urrican® ut ready
ing it would appear before the government A ern Si A dy,
5 ; PI 5 ; 3 there were only a few, danger- Exact details of how greatly
has decided upon whom responsi ility for ualy few , ts production is to be reduced have
- . hoes Thats. 407 AS 992 ends, the nitec t been disclosed. The i od-
the pilot scheme is to rest. That is a great K 1 gas, no 1e immec
ingdom stands onger than it jiate effect will be the temporar
pity. Messrs. Garcia and Hanson have has dons since 1943 There is unemployment of a 2.500
: ‘ I bt that the R.A.®, has far reraf vorkers wh it i
y ’ ; spe Jarbadas re ia aircraft workers, though it is
only two months to spend in Bar more aircraft in its hangars than expected the majority of these
and the incidence of the vestry elections Ok Pe nee Lege is a ae will be diverted to other fac-
ee a oa oer doubt th it could do with still tories in their areas
during the first fortnight of their stay / t areas,
5 ' as quickly as they can
cannot but handicap the commencement of e produced The employment prospect is
the scheme. A vestry can hardly be asked ce Go Slow not bleak for the industry. It is
; Be rs 1 34 Now | come the Government's estimated that ten thousand more
to appoint a self-aid liaison officer until it of © slow'on airplane ovt- workers will be needed by the
is certain of the personnel of its own | P It is necessary, as Mr, end of next year for the expand-
Pv we : ‘chill pointed out, because u ilitary programme alone,
vestry. The initial propaganda which is the total defence production bill Export orders for civil aircraft
necessary must therefore be conducted by was he : towards an impos- will help also,
an agent of the central government and MO oe
the ideas of the Social Welfare Depart- | QP yp ge Readers Say: °
ment and of the Housing Board may not
coincide with the views of the Housing \mas Doncticns books or magazines, ma those
Manager whom the government sent at To the Editor, The Advocate— who in any other way have shown
; ‘ : feat hora SIR,—The Women’s Canadian their sympathy and kindness to-
the taxpayers’ expense to gain first hanc Club would be most grateful if you Wards the patients

Already
for

experience of self-aid schemes.
the government may be criticised

LONDON



















could all
their

»w them space to publisi

nas donations









; 4 ‘lub has just given away
allowing the date of the self-aid housing of $1.415.00 to the follow-
experts’ arrival to have drawn so near ‘ s ;

ar *ifare, tev. Godso

without having commenced the vigorous





Charitie













Committee
of their

wife's function was to be “the one
who listens”.

“Nonsense. In marriage no ong
should be subservient,” retorteu
Lady Moore-Guggisberg.

“Quaker wives are best,

I be-




My thanks, however, would be
incomplete without special men-
tion of the members of the Visiting
who have given much
valuable time and a
ance in looking after the welfare













Old Gentlemen's Home, Of the patients; Mrs, E, N. Bai-
educational campaign without which the } Almair Home, St. Vincent De Paui, lance and her Committee who for
h t ssibly succeed St. Margarets, Miss Gibson, Father â„¢@ny years have provided the
scheme canno spokes y succeed. Parkinson, St. Patrick. St. Leon- Patients and the staff with an an-
Self-aid housing is not a new name for ard’s Soup Kitchen, Mrs. Browne’s "ua! Christmas Treat and gifts:
cheap houses nor is it an easy way to Sunday School, Braithwaite Home, 42d Mr. Cecil Sampson for his
r . - . . Cathedral Charities, Haynes Mem- 800d work in providing entertain.
acquire a house, It means that a man must orial, St. Paul & St. Ambrose ment by way of cinema shéws etc
not only help to build his own house but § Home, Cash Boys’ Fund, M: I should also like to take this
he h cea fs » fourtee her me Beckle Baby Cre Goodwill opportunity on behalf of the pa-
the ouses of some fourteen other men, League, Baby Welfare League, tients and the staff t » wish every-
It means that the work must be done at ¢ Arc! Scholarship, Salvation one a happy and’ prosperous New
inconvenient periods early in the morn- [ 4™™y, B _ Yearwood Home Yeat ;
. : ( ties, St. Philip I have the honour to be,
ing and late at night and over a long Y W.c A zaretto, Sir,
period. When the full significance of Your obedient servant, —

7 t ; : ; n anticipation Cc. E. EDWARDS,
what the scheme means is brought home i Risharintendant,
to everyone the need for early and effective Sincere THE, LARGRES ro,

“ah 3 ; “E NIBLOCK ck Rock
propaganda will be apparent. As yet the a Say ata a fai og
government is still to make up its mind Thank: The Mails From U.S.

1 hanks
upon whose shoulders full responsibilit Py the ‘Ndlier whk Ade To the Editor, The Advocate,
for the pilot scheme should rest. Until SIR,—Kindly allow , SIR —1 am hoping that you will
. ‘s . i me space lr your most
it does an effective propaganda campaign | ) ly read journal, to ask the
: ‘ v ur the ul juestion that almost every W.I
cannot be carried out he eithe é nt gifts, who now resides in the Metropolis






























Oc > JES yr, DECEMBER 31, 1952
ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, I
THE LITTLE SHOP
lieve, and Quaker homes are based JOHNSON’S STATIONERY BUILDING,
on equality,” commented the Dow- | A | M Broad Street,
ager Lady Barlow } i cae c THE BEST VALUE
“A wife should gupport her hus- AR THE LIQUOR STORE W ITH THE : ” V ‘ =
band—if she believes in what he Whisky from $4 0 a bottle Gi m 1 t
does,”’ stated Viscountess Simon (By NEWELL ROGERS) | The Best Wine nd Cockspt Y
“I think husbar and wife ” = — =
: 5 it between them- ret a SS —— eee ez
ves.” was WVicountess Runci- He Ae NEW YORK !
man’s tactful viewpoint. IMAGINE starting to build a submarine}!

All the ladies were in agreement
though when Lord Simon proposed
that “‘women, as well men,
should become peers for life.”

Used-Car. Racket

The big used-tar racket, which
fouriy ed in post-war years is dy-
ing a ‘natural death as a result of
‘he increasing number of new
motors coming on the home mar-
ket

At the end of tne
were difficult to obtain,



as

war, when cars
racketeers




found w and means of dispos-
ing of their motors “second-hand
es far above cost price.

Thus the values of second-hand
cars soared.

Over the last twelve months
prices have slumped. The prices
of a second-hand 1945 Ford Pre-
fect is down by nearly one hun-
dred pounds to around £366. A
second-hand 1945 Vauxhall 10 is
down by around£180 to £372

More expensive models have
shown sharper drops

The 1949 Vanguard has slump-
ed from £885 to £500; the 1948
Morris “6” from £900 to £460

The motor trade believes that
prices of these u ed cars will fall
another ten per cent. before the
New Year.

With bus fares going up it will



soon be cheaper to buy a car to
go to work.
Biggest Job
The world-wide broadcast of

next June’s Coronation will prob-
ably be the B.B.C.’s biggest-ever
single job.

About 250 commentators and
observers will be on duty; in
addition to the broadcasts in Eng-
lish, accounts will be given in 41
languages.

And sixteen or seventeen tele-
vision cameras will be set up at
vantage points,

Two hundred and fifty sound
and television engineers will
operate various outside broadcast
points, while Post Office engineers
will provide some four hundred
sound television circuits

Those parts of the ceremony
which are televised will be re-
corded. The films will be flown
immediately to all countries with
hath hsriaes aac

New Emphasis On Britain's
Military Aircraft Production

The
affects

unemployment
only about one per cent.
yf the industry s labour force,
less, it is said, than the average
loss because of turnover in
month.

temporary

a

More Labour

Besides the
for more labour
programme, more men will also
be meeded for the: expanding
output of aircraft for port,

One result of, the stretch-out,
as it is called, is that the indus-
try will now be able to boost
sales of certajn types of military
aircraft for overseas countries
Firms which have had to turn
down opportunities for export in
the past because of heavy com-
mitments to the British sex
will now be open for this
ness. Similarly, more space,
power and machine capacicy

continued need
for the military



e



bu
man:

be available for the production
of civil planes, particularly ,
gas turbine-powered types.
Aircraft exports are now at
an annual rate of £43 million
and this does not yet in
any exports of jet or turboprop



nsports,

Explaining the reasons for the
planned slow-down Mr, Church-
ill said the former 3-year pro-
gramme was originally produced



to meet a great emergency. The
new programme follows the
broad lines of policy he laid
down last July when he said:
“If this cold war ordeal is t
continue — and it certainly does
not rest with us — we must o7
ganize our defence on lines
which do not require a con-
stantly expanding expenditure of
money and materials over an
indefinite period.”

At the same time, Mr, Church-
ill explained how this new
assessment of the country’s posi-
tion would allow an increase in
exports, including the export of
armaments to friendly and allied

ba ga
This diversion of resources
from defence to the export
drive,” said Mr, Churchill, “is
just as necessary for our military
ftrength as for our daily lives.
It would help to develop output
to its full strength, “with all tha
means for reserve power in tne
pipelines should war come.’
gt —L.E.S.

of greater New
asking.

It sad to re
sickening case
employee w
t wi te

York and vicinity



call the heart

which a postal
onvicted in con-
confiscation of
ily two days ago, a
lady from ‘Brookls nm remarked to
me, that in more than one year,
she has found it almost impossible
to get letter through what seems
to be an invisible or an unauthor-
iscd censor, who despite the
Court's sentence in that memor-
able case, and the brillisnce of the
F.B.I. here, is continuing such a
grave procedure

Not long ago, | was in the Wheat
province of Saskatchewan, Can.,
continuing my Theological studies
only to be jarred by letters from
my friends, whq claimed they had




r
ne

mail,



t





not heard one word from me since
I was away.
Such an action by who ever it

be, can only be termed as deprav-




ed and degenerate; and such an
action can only lead to controv-
ersy ong friends who ve

much appreciate the warm and
glowing correspondence of their
relntives, loved ones, and friends.

We on this si
the hour, when

to
ty

ie look forward
those in author













would seek to expose crime and
corruption in high places nd
enact strong leg'slation ‘ deal
It terrible to write
wait in continual expectancy
u scelviy a reply
v. HAROLD SKEETE,
York City,

in a hole in a cattle pasture 160 miles irom |
salt water.

Yet this is happening tonight with Sea}
Wolf, America’s second atomic submarine.
The 179-foot hole is lined with concrete. It
is to be the base for a gas-tight radiation-
proof sphere.

Prosperous

New Year

TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS

The pasture is near Schenectady, New
York home of the General Electric Com- From
pany. G.E.C. has the contract for the sub- WILKINSON & HAYNES Co., Ltd.
marine. Successors To
| Inside the sphere a prototype atomic

Cc. S. PITCHER & CO.

Phone 4472, 4687 BECKWITH STORES

—=_—=—

engine will be built. Experiments will be
,easier there than at sea.

It will be a different engine from the one

being built for A-sub No. 1, the Nautilus.
|No. 2 will operate at higher energies.
} The U.S. Navy says either Nautilus or Sea
| Wolf will be able to sail under the Polar
jice pack indefinitely—atomie submarines do
not need oxygen for engines. And the crew
| will get air from a device that takes oxygen
from sea water,

Power note: lb. of
| 2,600,000 tons of coal.

RIGHT across the Pacific Ocean Genera]
| Eisenhower and his chief advisers secretly
| work out the future policy of the new US.
| Government.

When will we find out what they decided?
~—When Eisenhower makes three speeches :
his inauguration address on January 20, his
later State of the Union message, probably
delivered to Congress in person, and his
budget message to Congress,

Watch for these and you will know where
America is going.

HAMBURGER is selling in Chicago meat
}markets for 2s. less than a year ago. Fourtl
grade sirloin steak is at the lowest price ir
eight years,

; Why this mountain of
post-war history?

High prices encouraged cattle and hog
|raising: the passing of the horse, driven out
|by the tractor, opened new pastures: won-
|der drugs put meat on animals faster: weed-
killers and fertilisers produce more feed at
lower cost.

LEVER BROTHERS has just built a glass
skyscraper on Madison-avenue to house the
| 1,200 members at its American headquarters.
And now the United States Government
ifiles a suit to grind their establishment, if
not the building—into bits.

The Government contends that Lever and


















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uranium equals

meat, largest in





Drapes

its chief rivals, Proctor and Gamble, and

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet, are monopolising

American housewives’ soap and cleanser Bedspreads
business,

It demands that they be broken up into
|smaller competing companies.

| AKRAM YOUSIFF SOHL chose a, nove’
means to pay for his schooling at America’s
Tulane University. He tried to smuggle in
| £35,000-worth of morphine in the false bot-
tom of his suitcase.

He will probably have to continue his
studies in jail, for he was caught at the New
York airport, and confessed.

IN Alabama Judge Walter Jones demands
the return of the whipping post “to protect

Net Curtain

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the rights of law-abiding people.”
He wants sterner laws on pleas of insanity a ee i
in criminal trials and a majority of the jury CREDONNE os veeenerer tye grt ae
jto decide verdicts. CHENILLE BEDSPREADS .................- 19.85
CALIFORNIA astronomer Seth Nicholson|}} PRINTED NET CURTAIN MATERIAL from .. .84
has discovered a 12th moon of Jupiter, but REPP 1.57
Se ee OD Pe eet eme SSI Ue AVIA: ir Pe OE Se rine nang oe eee eee ee ae ee ee tae ir ;
Nicholson discovered three other Joviar AE RP RREREIS ? Fis by Ric pene cn Nees eee from 5.00

moons, Three travel round the planet east
to west, nine west to east.

NORTH Atlantic air freight will shoot up
340 per cent. in the next four years, says air-
line chief Raymond Norden. He has applied
{to Washington to operate an all-freight
|service to Britain and Western Europe.

INFLATION leads Superintendent Parker
Hancock to ask the New Hampshire Govern-
ment for authority to pay State jail convict
ls. 9d, a day for their work instead of 1s.

SUGAR RAY ROBINSON will not get
| back his middle-weight boxing crown in his
home state of New York simply because he
agrees to fight Turpin in London next June

That is too long to wait for a Robinsor
fight, says Robert K. Christenbery, chairman
|of the New York Boxing Commission.

MORE ENJOYABLE WITH “GOLD BRAID”

* * * COCKTAILS
PRESIDENT TRUMAN set up a military COCKTAIL PARTY SPECIALS.
manpower commission of civilians. Now TEMPTERS Faerie ee

President-elect Eisenhower has told them
to get to work. Their job is to find ways of|
getting more fighting power out of 3,600,000
men and women in uniform. Today they |




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Cheese in Pkgs.

mb Legs.

ozen Fish.

Frozen Peas.
Frozen Strawberries.
Lima Beans.
Succotash.

Prunes.
Cashew Nuts.

started under the leadership of Genera! diuhaees Cern Kernals,
avi . : ‘A. ee ? Asp. Tips.
David Sarnoff, head of the Radio Corpora aii iat Shrimps Dried.

tion of America.
The Rev.

Cranberry S.uce.

Anchovy Paste. Red Currant Jelly.

Martin Luther Hux is going to}











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burn a copy of the new revised standard Sidi Apple Rings—96-. per Ib,

; : : + ia ) Lobs as ——at

|Bible in public. He accuses the Nationa’ “tn pod igs LIQUOR DEPT

a : af : ’ Anti Pas , ‘1 Par
Council of Churches of Christ of making ar Tooth Picks Dubonnet. Claret .
“immoral profit” from it by holding on to Ch aint Tdattremmnitets

| . . ‘ x : eese Biscuits. : -

jcopyright. And he denounces its substitu- oe ae el

: 34 ein * 's Sherry.

|tion of new words for some of those in the a bi: thaea SPE as Marver's Bheery.

|King James Bible. Dry Sack.
‘ ‘ ‘ PHONE ee Cure.

omireau,
SHIPBUILDERS envy four orders for Creme de Menthe.
I Fides B : : : ; n Benedictine
| iners received by British yards in a fort-} nK ington Ale.
jnight. Says the New York Times: “Not al rioiadie oe k
; unada r rinks,

Is single passenger liner is under construction|}} WE DELIVER Gold Braid Rum (3 yrs. old)
or on order in the United States.” ————— nes !







WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31,
Inguiry Into Death

Of 75-Year-Cld Man

Before Police Coroner

1952

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PARTY







CHILDREN’S

Fined Far
Negligent
Driving







































I Wi I B. Griffitt
‘ ¢ Seal {
ry as : . St. J paid
4 HI LIN in the inquest on the death of 7: 1 4 di in isonn
William Bishop of Bush Hall, St. Michael was begun at wile 1 labour for causing
he wistric 4” Pol Court yesterday afternoon by Hi Seees Se A ene Sone ROE
Worship Mr G. B. Griffith Acting Police Coroner of Dis Belle G Mean Det. 7 Bee
' "ea i ourned until January 2 G. H, Farmer appeared a
Bishop was a wa ken to € Sea Sgt. Alleyn
General Hospit ul oor 0) id died for Police
va c three days later rt Clarke lriver of the
ir und wlisle Griffith a 21-year-old ! M-1378 that he park
son of Redman’s illag>, St Belle Gully road on
omas told. the court that while et inc vhile it was
was riding |} cle on car collided with it A
Bridge abot am. on I the car
De 4 the deceased sudden!s
Fags anieihs- Ahk road ais cases INDECENT LANGUAGE
yesterday, His ip Mr. ¢ th the bicycle
Griffith took evidence from thre The deceased fell to the Felton Legall a labourer of
witnes and 1 d he noticed that he I i, Christ aw
another important witness could ceased was bleedi on
at geass ioned to th i a nt
irst to give evidence was D d is stage the Coroner ad- os Hh hard fat H
A. S. Ashby who performed , the the “inquest until Jan- Me : A : .
post mortem examination on “the yary 2. t
body of Bishop at the General DIED FROM ANEURISM : Las
Hospital Mortuary on Dk 23 : alleg th
He said that the leceased was Dr. A. S, Ashby who perform- th ffence was committed
identified to him by Enid Bi hop’ ed a post mortem ex fnination THERE was plenty to oat at Gravesend Beach yesterday when the Dorcas League held their annual : “2 wi the bus was belr
The man’s apparent age was on Monday on the body of Rich- Christmas party t n Collymore Rock road
about 70 and there was a healed ard Bovell a labourer of the Pine eimai 5 = —s st. Michae
abrasion on the right temple. Housing Scheme, St Sgt. Alleyne of Central Poli

When
abscess
present.



ted for the Polic
ot represented



the skull was removed ar

l attributed
and a blood clot were

yesterday

ci Dorcas League

oh: Concert Given (2) 8:
The dead body of Bovell, a 38- Gives Party

THEFTS REPORTED

155 Years Old

Ill Penny,



A George 155







































































parents sent u for the NEW YEAR

coming year, ood wishe

firms

more, but it depends on vy

whether the children can be sent, from the following

*
Both lungs were congested and year-old watchman, was found y B rT td kre Pre
I gest an é i lan, Wwe unc ears Id, ‘ neentl
the heart was not normal. In lying on Upper Collymore Rock a . ’ | found in Goodland by Keith ’ risOne i 5 . netta) Waterman of Good
his opinion death was due to road, St. Michael about 11.30 a.m, ¢ I or Children | Belgrave of Thomas Gap X . St. George yesterday re
pneumonia. on Dec. 29 by 24-year-old chauf- Wes.bury Road. The coin f { ( eCli¢ aury d to the Police that her
In answer to Sgt. Howard who feur Reuben Rice of Beckles Beef st plit pez and ri which is abcut twice the = y ~ e vas broken and entere
is conducting the inquest for the Road. y ind sweet poiat« thickness of th modern between 8.30 a.m. and
Police, Dr. Ashby said that “the The body was removed by th: penny, has on one side the rhe t f ( 1 : ) pwn n Dec. 29 and some
injury on the head cou'd have Police to the Public Mortuary. ef Gecrze TI, around ‘ a Variety ¢ rt tolen
ee Sue if the se iia ae > Saban was Gravesen which is inscribed GEOR- n dur t ‘ tian ee
allen 0 ed dpvn_ by GIUS Ili D.G. REX, and on cexes 0 Vaikers,
* moving as a bicy- Cub Service ‘ | the other is Britannia, carry- tended and 1 c the { \ndre . -P yrted Ay at ner
or. ; n \lso > ing in one hand a trident, were | E> t \ ; Ast is broken and entere
Enid Bishop of Bush Hall, St A Cubs’ Own will be held at cheese undwict nd in the other a thistle t Mr. 1 er, Hi etime between p.m. and
Michael said the deceased was Erdiston on Sunday, January 4 c i oO is side, there is insorib- Lordshi t} Chit isti id 15 Dec. 26 and the
her husband and on Dec. 4 he at 430 p.m. for Cubs, Recruits BRITANNIA, and it is Captain C, E. R 7 in eash which she
was in an accident on Tudor and their Akelas. Those attend- year nee i nation lated 1797. It w the pu e of t in a drawer in a bedroom
Bridge with a bicycle. After he ing should arrive not later than i ‘ he Dor I its k ev tolen
was discharged’ from the Hos- 415 p.m, given childre Chr i eee f ; ss t} Victor Maxwell of Spoor
pital on Dec. 11 he never appear- Parents and Group’ Scout- The P 1a lw en k¢ 3 . Pp. . ' eo. Hil t. Michael reported
ed normal at home but complain. masters are invited to attend th long the i¢ 1 ‘ 100 I oor I eople oO 1 he } ! ) l ring valued at 6
ed of pains in his head Service. land near Needhar ntl ‘ io a the p t t 1 from his hou
hou Gel Provisions The J
First Blind B’dian Child 80300 0° | ¢ st, ated in the Prison, was, first Lat $6
~ t r A 1 ' ' . fi \ } ‘ A. are
irst In¢ dian Child ee a ! , pros {hought of by Major A. n'a car the BYOp
. C. B, Gooding tl, Founde keaC tmas di } ae os a of Gre H
Goes Abroad For Training “ ac ‘ and say | i I day i th V i h (
oes yroac or FAMINS tre becue I ey to purchase the pro ninstrel ked on Green Hill road
and hich played est ‘ V wa ibed | nem- : . ; hael about 7.30 p.m, on D
T rh . ‘ y . ‘ . Some of th | t \ ! = vere s ‘ :
SEAWELL, Dee. 30.—The first blind Barbadian child—a Gyrittmas Carol eo P peettid F ie eee BRR AN ae ae elves, under the dire ‘ fond dita ae marin
little girl of five—-to go abroad for training at a School for In the evening th ildrer rhe Y.M.C.A, giv , tion of Major Foster re tolen from the stor
the Blind, left Seawell by B.W.LA., this morning for Trini- played th ! icke clergyme I Prison’s Steel Band, ar wrUr & Co, at Pal
. he § ( ’ $ : . ‘ san Al y he
dad where she will enter school and learn all the normal Party aia ith to di e the e string instrument e all ea : ane
5 i of € ; 3 rt ‘ 30 pn
school subjects taken by a normal child. 0 fare 1 1 ee made by: prison 10 and, the | )
Her course of training in Braille I fro ( i he Y.M.C.A. and ar 4 peat S ; ris ’ he Police are making investi
has been sponsored by the Barba- ‘ which wa ¢ ed ad . one < 4 me el £ the these report
d Association for the B Pe Ae ee Phe even entertain abishestitieiesmly
Deaf and Dumb, and the cost of | ildren — 5 mos. opened with a number by the
her tultion will be borne on ed themselves, At aye WWARSALTESE” SOLD Stee! Band, and this was followed LINER DID NOT CALL
ifty basi y the local Association durin tl eatir pro Ane ! wa tese whic d t sor Other ng ulso ir
and the Parish of St. Peter from gramm one child v rece lock has bee te ed t 1D! amme, Ma ) I -
where the child comes. eard aski another; But i to Capt O. M. Watts Ltd., Foster little grand-daughte1 Al MARTINIQUE
Accompanied by a Betty George, it looks as_ the 7 SES F This company contributed to the evening's en he Holland-American tourist
Arne, Social Welfare Officer, and are coing to eat until you burst Ramead » yacu and shipping terlainment by rendering AWAY liner Nieuw Amsterdam which
he Matron of the St. Peter Alms- - reenearniienitinei nitions gear, IN A MANGER, and tl is fol lled sarbad *hris .
t house ‘where » child has lived yr Ma es forn ly: a lowed by JOY TO THE WORLD ied at Bar in A ¢ sally
1 P pal 1 r .. _ < wa : rly ) 1- ’ i y . \ i NL, i not call at Martinique be
mane < ; ‘1 7 a 2 4 ie I repa fation I or ‘ by M Jack Teller who 5ung by the Prison Choi fore ming here. Due to the
pe Sete ae ad int 6 na ne a , ht the 2 icht over from Las ae included play en break of foot and mouth
ort nez ess a fle ’ # 3 is to Barbado Since her titlec S YOU WOULD PR , ‘ ; ‘ .
dress, black patent leather. shoes, Civ ic Day At I ark i val tl t ha Cae in whict tt on wa ane IT disease in that colony, the liner
i carryin® in “her hand a doll - a aes a d been pi 5: : u ri “Ke OMmcer d t I ed Martinique and spent
; aie i 1 a - There was plenty of work fo! psdelbceur ‘ t ! ed ar pect of Prison life, and the day at Antigua
vr r > roe shtlyv >
id hugged tightly. carpenters, electricians and la a eres € ig enna called MORNING AFTER
‘ » week to fo on drt ISTMAS ANYWHER oO
One of. her wishes was that the DOWFerS yesterday mornir in , TOW i =~ s Wt ERI !
Matron should accompany her to @veen’s Park a hey be n Pp ' y A ere prisone ng ALL
trinidad, but this could not-be. Pari ( Day ct 1, BENS DY B sexte ed of in- THROUGH THE NIGHT
Her training at the School in tomor: \ ng + ov et th : bapallted ! one of rhe mramme closed with a
r idad which has been built in B mid-day esterday several ri @ fee s s , Prisonel rendered \ ers { 1 linstrel
sani wi h Can idian stand- peur had been Bde faeitt Ki wh ons and ¢ vs eight “The Indian Love Cal Another troupe, thirteen—-strong
ard will train her to carry on a ##ectriclan farted Work early | es nana a } ee
normal life, and earn her liveli- 429d were finished _ by vening, jy, = pan (}
hood The road-\ ere ept, gar- i { j
Her p ough the school dens were | in ot and {if iif |
will ly watched by the fences trimmed i A { | Whateye e navy achieved, during 1952, is due
local Asse tion, and he show ‘ - '
any special aptitude, she will be We ‘ . as t he il j iwill ¢ t 7 we “rve
ri cov wt eng et ACKNOWLEDGMENT HAPPY | of those we serv
Miss Betty Arne told the Advo- We desire to acknowledge with . — . { With: ein ‘ : : ‘
cate thaf the school to which the thanks a further list of presen- { With sincere appreciation, we send greetings and
little lis going can take in many tation Calendars and Date Card
{

She said there had a case which Mes: Chelsea Garage Ltd, TO Pl

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eee er tne te oi ies ae our A VERY HAPPY
then i FRIENDS

x & AND

OF

CUSTOMERS

. De LIMA
& €O. LED.

PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.

This little girl left here yesterday
to attend a School for the Blind
in Trinidad.

*

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BEAL ESTATE 785 oer? covst C i A DW iC i >A S ment) Order, 1952, No, 38 whi published in the Official
TELEPHONE 25 ts PEAL al f W ; 29th December
i re) HOUSE—Situated op the beach at) waRon po thtube eke, That J. & P. COATS LIMITED, Manufacturers ond Mexchants, whose trade or | Gazette of Monday, 29th December, *s nic iow of “Denient”
ORIAM FOR SALE St. Lawrence, Apply te K. R. Hunte, | - A Pikintist business address is Fergusiie Thread W: Paisley, Scot and. has eppl ve pod the 2. Under this Order the um retail selling price o ement
o] ‘ ne #1z 5 | as A” @ { ns ani eads Sis
iN MEMORL | lepione Wt OF WO so so tein [MAROLD LITCHPIELD MALONEY. | registration of e Cade fark 9 Part A” of Realstes in veapect acd tom tne | is as follows: —
| os Dp * a . 7 en sve notice
mannan Sa Te a NOTICE is hereby given that by y.rtue] 20th day of December 1962, uniess some person shali in the méantiine Bve fn - aon A “a
f I RES—at i 20 u stration e trade mark f > RETAIL PRICE
ory Of OUE «gt AUTOMOTIVE 1 SHARES 600, We 5 et ee | of se Oider of the Assistant Court of] in duplicate to me at my office af opposition of ch reg stration. The tra a ARTICLE yh hy
Joseph Wiliougs.0 simit a —s @ Phone | Appeal dated the 9th day of December | can be seen on applicatian at my offic bi | (not more than)
sleep December Sist 1949 enitatacih ican tara , Se S Nichols ww 12.62 an | 195% there will be set up for sale to Dated this 22nd day of ‘December 1952 wussaee |
need a «pe da CAR—Austin A-70. Ir ; the highest bidder at the the Registrar of Trade Marks. | CGoment 64 per bag of 94 lbs.
rin it mit nd going very reasonat ne [Clerk Of the Assistant Court ppeal 30.12. 52—3n 7
The days we do not think of yc i Kiros. Roebuck AUCTION at the Court House, Bridgetown, between | , .
Are ve hard to find “ the bese of I eee and 2 o% ae in as ss naniieanneeseetibes 29th December, 1952 31.12.62—1n
301 give he trenat ‘ = ’ * . ' th ifterneon © " > - -
fAnd courage to beat ral GREE One UNDER THE DIAMOND __| ‘2 ,aiternoon 9a, Feidey. te SR Gay | —— . ie
But what it ew nah Welebens HAMMER FIRST ALL THAT CERTALN piece
We shall ever know er KSS exceller cond SALBS JANUARY 195% oO y > i
Floulse (widow) Grace, Lloyd and Joyce | KSS. 1m, saceiiety, TURES Git JANUARY | 15 [Sons in the Barish of ‘Salut Michael -h
(children) ae 00 p.m. and ai4 er Hing’s Sale. Bervie, St ice Gap. | this Island containing by \dinengurement
——_———_ THURSDAY 8th. Mr Fo. |twe reeds or thereaouts sone ag Nes oe a eet. ee dessins
A bounding — on nds of the ¢s! a! —————
swmra? ~ ter’s Sale Strat! Allan Rockley R ae bs ;
3 Joan Maran Rebecea Forbes eased on lap at
ANNOU NC CEMENTS ELECTRICAL BURRBAY Hh acs Joh toa vet, SS toua et Kalba meat aie ROYAL NETHERLANDS |
— e " mre ond om a toad ever Ww 4 eisa
TT TTT CT ELECTRIC BLANKETS TUESDAY Mrs. Edna Skipper's 1nd, 06 # cond Ova Wublis Toad of STEAMSHIP CO. | eae
ORAL ACADEMY tBA int theme eae Batts. ¢ ther ale. “Moss Cli ack . s b ‘ a
MUSEUM, 9th, 10th & 11th WY: Da Costa & Co, Lid. Elec — TUESDAY ith, Mr. W. Hodson's Sa. aaa else the same may abut and | SAILING FROM EUROPE | - irgo ane Pa sender for
oniy 31.12 -5n | 37 i Seafeli” St, Philip M.S. NESTOR. 9th January jominica, Antigua ntserrat,
ony Big? BRANKER, TROTMAN @ CO.” | AND, SECONDLY, A 1 THAT certain a SICURA’ 16th: Senin \\\) Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing 3rd.
. ~~ GAKHAKD--i-Speed Automatic Record Auctioneers Ow: DEES eee taeth “Oh” aah i SY 4 X S. EONAIRE. 23rd Jan : { January 1953.
. e 2 ea 7 M.S s c} Rr eth x
FOR RENI Pe gto caste: a: | —_——_—_—_—_—_—_——_—_—_____—______ | t ils leiand ¢ontaining by adméasurement 0 ore a Denes | shia MEAP’ eaiaea’® ‘til Minto
Mautityy FP. C. S. Maffe. & o _ three thousand four hunded and thirty gia: aa oa TO Et ROFE y i Gergo ahd Wabeensets See Dabn-
3.12.52—t-t.| PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH cist savare feet or, thercebolts shuts ag M.S WILLEMSTAD ith January. 1953. inica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
enenipemenmpeary rf on ANG 2 + f . ie m
JUST RECEIVED the new 5 and 6 tube | cae Maa ar tubers Maloney On @ reed AND BRITISH GUIANA and ‘St, Kitts, Sailing 9th Janu
HOUSES YE RAD{, Featuring Bands*read on NOTICE OH nemlch there is a tight ct wax to x -eaaaok take dence hee ry, 1952
nort-W. 5. a $, NESTOR, 23rd Janus
. ak Pe eo ’ , | the, sone we aS, a | 5 DOMAINE ag weuayins 1953 B.W.l. SCHOONER OWNERS’
— . , a or wever ¢ : : : ~ ~ 1983 ASSOCIATION, (INC.)
FLAT & HOUSE — fully furnished, 16.12,52--t.f.n 10 DAIRY KEEPER Ete. bound and if not then sold the said | STENTOR Poth February, 1953 ' é Consignee, Dial 4047.
St. Lawrence On-Sea. Phone 2503. -— | property will be set up for sale on every SAILING TO TRINIDAD & f GRACAO
29.3.52-—-t.f.m LIVESTOCK ~ Registration and Re-Registrat on of all! succeeding Friday between the same) M - eee 40 on) Sth er 1953.
- .AIRIES. Persons cmplo 'e n the pro- hours until the same i sold for a | Rs z 3 ieee eee ee oe
HOUSE at Kew Road bedrooms, juction of Milk for sale, and Persons!not less than (1) £125. 0. 0. and Agents. ——
water and light. $30.00 per mon roducing Surplus Milk for sale; under | gg3. 6. & = = .
Apply to DArey A. Scott, Middle Street, dairie or 1648, made by the Dated this 9th day of December, 1952
or dial 2645 1.12, 52--2n ; Health under Dairies FP. G. TALMA, |
din eet : : take place DAILY a A t Court |
ge Sine aonac ines Set, On seen | ‘Canatlian atinnal D teamships
furnished. Refrigerate electric light- hrist Church; from F DAY. ind Ja 12. 52 n |
ing. Phone A. D. Herbert 8362 ary, 1993, between the hou of 9 90 | ie iinet ie aie ad
Pee CHILD'S © ( Lm, ANB AOD BMD. eave gr take. Bee | Be Are SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails _Artives
re Hil ay Peg stration, etc wil ake } , :
i Halifax 'bados Demerara
MANHATTAN—Fiat on sea, Weilches, oth it ndit on. Tel. < ho: of 9.00 CE te 46 Montrea t :
Ch. Ch,, fully furnished. Three’ bedrooms. | 52 1-12.52-—28 | o'clock noe | OFFICIAL NOTI | GDN. CUALTENGER a0 Dec ts yan
refrig. Dial 3309 Furniture Remover. — By order of Commissioners of e He AnsiotaNe Cover | — Some Cae oF 30 Dec Ja ae ier.
° ronveniences >, “wf Chri “hure SS | ; c SER f
Ae Oe SN ee a _ MISCELLANEOUS Parish of Chret SH SiG. WARD ra IN THE OY APPEAL | = »| €DN. CONSTRUCTOR S Feb. 5 Feb. 10 Feb
tr 4 Chairman. | itable Jurisdiction) Ov lt Dd CDN. CHALLENGER os 1 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 24 Feb.
R Phone, ANTIQUES — Of every descriptor 24}? ba bn. | HAROLD “ARTHUR” MARSHALL a neis an Invaiuansie DN CRUISER 24 Feb. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 10 Mar.
OOM- ‘ ’ : : 2 HAROLD it . : "aU > thas 24 Mz
5110 ) Qn, | Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silve oie | —Plaintift wu lement CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 10 Mar, 19 Mar. 19 Mar. 24 Mar.
: — - vercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto § — “ER | OLD LITCHFIELD MALONEY Fe d [PP CDN. CHALLENGER _ Mar. 2Apr. 2 Apr pr.
“UPSTAIRS APARTMENT—One larg raphs etc.. at Gorringes ique She NOTICE , HAROLL Defendant oo
cool bedroom. Din ng itting Room, | «Joining Royal Yacht res 252-1 ¢ IEDM CRRoRe? aT iia dea|. IN pursuance of an Order in ths Court a } NORTHBOUND j Is : Arrives athe, Anjree arives
c | al 48 § r Members of the are re aed | @ above actio ade on ne 9th ensure tha emerata Darbados Barb St. Jo
Kitchenett Dial 4506 Se ee oe ‘ 7 r Saari for season tickets will a arore et cae atiike i VERY mother knows how smporee z is aa Soay snd CDN. CRUISE 7 hes +s bbe o Dad. 8 Jan. 1 Jan
on ——— R—Cookir atter ib. tim pen at ¢ Harrison's office on Friday | 1) persons having any estate, right or active, growing children, rapidly developing 1 CDN 3 Jan 7 Jan. 5 Jan 17 Jan.
b. tur Pa Tree also Tabl nuary 2 Members are enttied to tateaea in or any lien or incumbrance mind, obtain adequate body-building and energ ng nouris a CDN. CHALLENGER 17 Jan 21 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Jan
WANTED itter Anchor } lb, pack, and J Ib, tins. | jurchase two additional seats along with) | weeny ment from their dietary That is why ‘ Ovaltine’ is the | CDN. CRUISER 31 Jan. 4 Feb, 12 Feb 14 Feb
W. M. Ford. D 489, 35 Roebuc i LL THAT CERTAIN piece i 4 »s. ‘Ovaltine’ is a food CDN. CONSTRUCTOR i4 Feb 18 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Feb.
_—— * “The plans will be open to the general. arcel of land situate at Jacksons |* regular daily beverage ip geunitene Rote. c CDN. CHALLENGER 28 Feb Mar, 4 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar.
, eee ublic on Friday January 9 on in the par.sh of Saint Michael in this beverage of high nutritive value and qua’ ity. = ae CDN. CRUISER 14 Mar. 17 Mar. 18 Mar 26 Mar. is Mar.
BI Blankets. | rickets will be sold from January a by admeasurement two . the possible deficien- €DN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Mar.’ 31 Mar. 4 Apr. 12 Apr. pr-
HELP t Reversible | BARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION (15! Sie or thereabacia abutting and bound- ‘Ovaltine’ helps to overcome some of es Pe ee Saar ENT cain er ae RNa ee. Pie
amas ol nd Pink INC, ing on lands of the estate of Rebecca cies of essential food clements in the diet iia. ven ia a) sie abdeere’
Sup ae Eee W Pe Forbes deceased on lands of one Tull on deliciousness makes an instant ren oa ety. SS altos For further particulars, apply to—
“HOUSEKEEF . ‘ seul ise each. Modert ~ h Brathwaite and on a : Ik will drink it eagerly
ere. _ Experier ed ©-| pres Bre Street 8 21.12.52—4n | lanes ot fee shard (C8 tight wot way ehidiase whe. Gate, evens ‘Ovaltine’ makes the milk GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. —Agents.
B.Wd, Write stating ‘ } a a |to the public. road Si much more nourishing and digestible.
“4 fle oe’ eh’ | COOPER'S AERSOL FLYSPRAYS ep Vv | ame ey CONDLY ALL THAT. certain {DBE BEF II OTR SRSO BVO DOOD VO DOPP PEDDIE IOSSO"
—- - 7 : ures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes OLD YEAR el of land situate at J s ¥
JUNIOR SALESMAN b» Commission | Cockroach, Obtainable from all leading at | piece oF ae ee ame eaint DMchael in GIVE YOUR CHILDREN DELICIOU $
Agents. Apply in writing to P.O. Box | Stores in two izes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 o2 sone by admeasurement 7 % ‘
97 Bridgetown, stating experience if any 2.18 this Island containing a * >
: salary equ aie - \ three thousand four hundred and thirt “ e@ °
=: 30.12,52—3n » 6 PARTY TIME | clght square feet or thereabouts | abut- * x
; - | . . and bounding on lands of one q q
' CERBALS—Corn Flakes, All Bran, Rice ae at { Hubert Maloney on %
SITUATION VACANT Fas Shreded Wheat and Oattiake Sobers on lands © u ~ / 2
. : pie v A de ses y h is a right of FICC | °
[SALESMAN — for a provision store nd packages, Ostmesi and Uisedi hole =f. Soe - a TON Ove en ad and on & public and note the Ditfere %
n q vious experience St . ‘ at . i PRI " ‘
salate Dentiired Applications strictly Reb ck Miran: ey 30.1 252 an er an : eT ase road or however else the sitet _ Sold in airtight tins by all Chemists and Stores ¥ ¢ %
confidential, X.Y.Z. C/o Advocate ; alae far all. You'll find | abut and bound to bring before me an) altine’ tin contains 16 ounces. % - - %
31,12.52—6n} “COATS—Colton House Coats. Guar jm Wherever you | account of their si pee a al Vite to IMPORTANT — Note that the large size ‘ Ov % a
ey ae te a nteed fast colours. Pretty Patterns all the popular | witnesses, rpg ga a ae ae | E LE
WASHERS. AND pees Two eexe _ssorted s $5.00 each. The Moder tor Old Year. | be eee awe. rd reise at 14 incon)
Washers, two (2) Ironer Appl 3ar- | Dress @hoobd Broad Street or Frida Herncai, at he . TENE BESEt \§
bados Dye Work 3 tithe 28 12. 52-—3n : nae, 3nd 3 o'clock in the afternoan, 2 hl OVALTE a ' >
“ oe 12,.52—-3r 595999 9O0OOOOP PPPOE "y Office of the Clerk of the «eee Dainty and delightfully crisp, *Ovaltine’ Biscuits are oe SOUTHBOUND
— ING COATS For the Coo x All Day, All Night, All Friends y Court = Angee SS Pv: ath day of ideal tor al! occasions. ‘They are made Corp pie Snaet 1% :
a variety of colours; also f 9 Bien ditt Ry | Bridgetown, ; ingredients, including a proportion of ‘Ova ie tae =e Rois =
PERSONAL nite $15.00 and. '$28°50. The Modern.f SPSS ahead, st | February 1983, in order that en tee are deliciously no ’ 3 S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing December 3lst, 1952 .
r 185 Shoppe, Broad Street Yoon THURSDAY, JANUARY | %| may be ranked according {0 oi” ‘other- The next time you order * Ovaltine’ remember to include € 1% For Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and
BB .12. 62-—~3e x vem Spps4 Pe? ¥ and priority theres’ ir be precludea a packet of ‘ Ovaltine’ Biscuits as well. You will enjoy % Jamaica
: = ’ % To such persons W d flavou > , 5 7 -
inten eeae ep ; fs 4 wise of the said Decree, and @ their delicate and distinguishe t . ,
The public are hereby warned against] EVENING BAGS of xoia and st S A GRAND PICNIC & DANCE ¥ TO tne oe ot all clan on or against In sealed airtight package = iss NORTHBOUND
e warn agains . e . |
iving credit to m CARMAN | ®t ans also bengaline spareoted (by x the said property. j tT December, 1952
f ie SHARLES) it do not} Yelvets, pretty colours from $4 $6.95 Mersrs. EVERTON ST. JOHN & &% tala Property go notified that they “DE GRASSE” Sailing 24th aie nat 5
hold chesalt seeponstt le for her or any-| The Moder: Dress Shoppe, Broad Street CHARLES LYNTON QI See attend the said Court on Weal: For Southampton and Le giavre
ee bak contracting any debt or debts} 76.12.82 sn ro SUVER BRACH CASINO. J TN he"a5in day of February, 1983, at iE WS 8 NG GN GN NNN NNN S
in my mame unless by a written order | MISHING BOAT—The “ALCOA” from Mee tear Aatun's Ork, %| 19, o'clock re we | S 28 /% sis. “COLOMBIE” Sailing January 11th, 19 153
ee meee wey: inh Bee Claes “eC opeuae ie ant AE Jordan's Ork bi ay| nda my hand this 9th day of | Es i For Martinique, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Southampton
. . Ap © Simeon King, Martins Bay, St Nig 7 es os | 7 ae
WILLIAM PETERS, } ee ; _ 32. 8! ADMISSION December, 1952 gee. | | and Le Havre.
King Stisnset,_ | — OTR par s/s mine ay | “Dated this Mh Say ot Peta |
ots 1g 2 -an | HAMS Australian 6 Yb. to 8 Ib Deneing from 12 noon to 6 p.m slerk of the Assistant Court | se | ACCEPTING PASSENGERS, CARGO AND MAIL
; Canadian 5 1b. 7 Ib. also in tins 6 Ib. to and § pm, to 3 a.m, 31.12.52 Cler of Appeal. Ag. | : | %
pee : st|& Ib. and 2 Ib. tins, and Canadian Bacon 13.12.52—3n > 4 %
ene eal Pe ite LEORTA sliced. W. M. Ford. Dial 3489, 35 SOOCSOOOCPPOSS CSS | ,
GARBHATE: Ines CONNETAY ax do nab) Roebuck Steeet so. 12 $2—an 2 SR. M, JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents
ho myself responsible for her or any | ooo" ; ; 7 y
am aise ‘contracting any debt or debts | , INDIAN CORN at, $5.00 per bushel B@ t nd Staff of i} PHONE 3814
in my name unless by a written order | Apply: Alleynedale Hlantatioâ„¢ bo The Managemen a & V3O846 SOE ECCLES EPA ALLL LL LLL AN SOO ALAA IL ALD ALOE LA PLO, CROCS,
signed by me. a th Stes x 4 eee
ant ; SUNBEAM PRODUCTS—Another lo! bo sx!
TESSELL a iy: eceived consisting of Mixmasters & Ys 77: , ‘
Da eemeaa” Bottle warmers Steam and Dry 3 som | S naw W sh sce ate ae B h
bt 13.8 ‘an |Irons, Waffle Bakers, Cookers and Deer ) incere ismes for TZ t
Pt Fryers, Egg Cookers and Poacher B
xa Dial 2878, Da Costa & Co., Ltd. Elec
blic are hereby warned aga.nst a 5 ‘ ‘ 9
aving Mredit to any person o1 Hersons trical Dey oh. 1 2 anc rosper ous
ame as Id ae | eennnson ree b> |
whonoever in tay name av do not hold | TSC now ts the aly Tatearapd |
ye pon bts ia may name unless by | Englands leading Dally Newspaper nov Ss 1 SS +
BY ae eee ey tie rriving in Rarbados by Alr only a fev ; [
a written order signec jays after publication In London. Contac = Ves Ud . &
LESLIE FORDE an Gale c/o Advocate Co, Ltd. Loca TOS & £
cay te entry Representative. Tei. 3113 = 4 * :,
ey 17 9.8a-t.ts ; zm nr. broa udor Streets
wy 12.52--2n —---—-- id 3
sd = Mutton Wish ?
ST eee Sia cohen S &
eh esi tos my wife gBYLVIA Wholesale a a aaa
EUGENE MURRELL (nee LORDE} on 12 52--$n @ : %
do not hold myself responsible for her Ss : q .
Se anyone, else contracting an” debt 0 Cur Customers and Friends 3 * %
debts in my name unless b a Vv € * rl ‘ ~ = ¢ .
order aiaed. by'me | NOTICES CW ear | aN S
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WILFRED MURRELL, | eae z ‘ x *
Carrington Tenantry 'SINEee is ‘ .
t. Philip BUSINESS NOTICE. | ven ; : x
30.12.52—2n | My having decided to retire at the end | ros erous pr % We beg to advise our Customers and the General %
: of the year. 1 may now thank on Ie | wg | 8 Public that our Spares Department will be closed for %
, POOHDOOOO“, a a < = ~ : = . .
VYPPISHHDDOSHHOGOHS thirty-four (4) years. ; > I ‘, 1 S | ua.| Stock Taking from Monday 29th December, 1952 until %
ce lessrs, Stokes & Bynoe. having beer 10 ALI OUR CUSTO E. i & y aia v
After Xmas - - - ’ vointed Agents for Ovaltine, I must d w sa| Monday, 5th January 1953. ba
It’s New Year Day. And sk your co-operation on their behalf = ew ear a | %
‘ 7 cae q NORMAN L. CHAPMAN. | z. ,

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NOTICE S ii ic ia alta sii ar oeieis all . . x
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THE Be DNDN AN DMIN ENN ENN RCN NNN DEG 3 2 Ul asa 3
Tenders are invited for the exclusi\ -————— - ——— ~ ONS enn ee: PO SOGOS C0008 oo.
y ght to run bars, serve lunches, teas = POPS POPP PSE PEPE LPL PPPS LLP a
refreshments etc, at Kensington Oval E
uring the Indian Tour which is sched
uled to begin on January 31 and end £
7 Februany 13
Tenders are also invited for the tran ‘
portation of the visitors from hotel

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KENSINGTON 0\ AL oo re menace soes not bing itself LTD Maxwell Road x
1 —— . a a BARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION ‘ %
$ " wet ah - Ny F. HOYOS, SHOE CO., |% Fine example of a solidly built pre-war BUNGALOW with ys
2 - . : Se eee BS 3 Bedrooms, Drawing Room, Dining Room, good Gallery ¥%
$ , $80.00 nets . ys Space, oe Pe Quarters ~
z TEST} PIECE - NOTICE % ) are | ‘ x
“I Sing the Birth was B ¥ } iss x
$ aa Birth was Born | crAuevoe “Meena RING OUT THE OLD °*32- is JOHN v4. hi ADO’ { co. .
Previous Winners are — 7 Scenic am Sei . ' aaa x %
1946—Cave Hill prong Pacied oot Raracl Ope see RING IN THE NEW °*53 g ARS, BVA. S
947—Chapman Lane Estate of Gladstone ‘ + ‘ *
® 1948—Ne ; Orleans 4 De ee eee ailonmel kath % Real Estate Agents %
4 1949—Chapman Lane 4 i : wi on the h day ss j »
1950—Belleplaine $ May 195: t CRED FOQUERES TH e “The ROVER ‘75° x ’Phone 4640 “te Plantations Building *
ae ee t ed mt _ ne unidex at d K 7 : Be a car with thine Ws POPC PPSPE POCO PEAS SOOO PESOS PDOT CES on
1953? 22? cones, & Grifith, Solicitors, > START YOUR NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS hidden values © Smooth Riding {)) REN ENG NENG NNN NBN NB NSN NENG NS NEN NSN
High Street getown, on or b = . essential to ® Immaculate Interior i
t Bt cay of February 1953,, af i } a 4
cee ere which date 1 shall proceed. to disieibute THRIFTILY pleasurable @ Luxurious Comfort \ 2 , 2 cK
yeep areia- St. 8 mons Bein. Se ereeristied. therete saving. reaata motoring. ... ” @ Economical HAPPY NEW Y EAR oe
any, Sherbourne, Y.M.U.< inet bate Bad not 4 ees ; we te First < foremost on the list
Orange Hill, New Orleans, [able for the assets or any pare thereot ! . + ong Dee i . tiie Maman Wikis All these are points worth noting when considering
Kings Park Choral Group, #0 distributed to any person of witoss “PETER’S” COCOA for family bliss purchasing a car above average; a car that will &
raps wc aie an e tie es ; Be sure to drink it everyday serve you far into the future... . TO ALL OUR &
. elieplaine, slory i all pe 1% indebted to the sate lw
Waves, Eagle Forte, Village }} et ea to, sett a Makes care and trouble seem far away re
Bells, Rock Hall, Chavman Piet this San des of 2h ‘ *e , ; ‘ ae
Lane, Ellerton Shorey. Sa Ne AnD FETEOBRALD. 1t’s good for both young and old gs CUSTOMERS 3
Unity, Speightstown, White Re 5 aie gees The only COCOA worth its weight in Gold &
Hill Unity. — Bourneville, Eee clarke Eaune vs hs — ee
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South Africa Beat Australia|" °°“
‘Tayfield 135 for 165

SOUTH AFRICA







Trinidad hav elected twelve playe from whom the eleven to
represent the colony against the ic be chosen, No fewer
than five youngsters, which include three v lave yet to play for their
colony, have been selected in the twelve.

The team is ollows:--J. Stollrneyer (capt.), G. Gomez, §,
Ramadhin, R. Tar Choon, N. Asgarali, R. Legall, O. Demming, K
Corbie, L. Butler, D. Ramsamooj, B, Kanhai and C. Furlonge

SURPRISED

ARBADIANS who have followed postwar Intercolonial cricket will
be surprised to miss the names of Clarence Skee ho performed

so creditably on two occasions here, oring a century and securing’





the bo honours for his team, Chicki Sampath who also scored a |
century here on his maiden appearance in intercolonial cricket and |
left arm Sydney Jackbir who performed convincing! r 1 mem-



ber of the East Indian team that toured Barbado the captaincy
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CAPABLE MEN

HE Selectors, West Indie captain Jeffrey Stollmeyer, veteran

International Ben Sealy certainly are compet and shrewd
judges of the game. Trinidad has put in some inter practice in
recent days, after having been thwarted in the earl tages by un-
friendly sather, :

This being the case there must be more than ample justification |
for the experiment which Trinidad has made. It will no doubt be
interesting to note the ages of the newcomers. These are, Ken Corbie
(23), Oliver Demming (25), Donald Ramsamooj (22 Ben Kanhai |
(21) and Carl Furlonge (21)

OUTH AFRICA has earned the congratulations of the Imperial

Cricket world by their decisive victory ove

Second Test at Melbourne

The “Springboks” began to shape the course of victor; i
they were able to dismiss the Australian team for 243 runs after their
own unsatisfactory first innings total of 227. But by whittling dowr |
the margin of the Australians’ lead to but 16 runs they were able to}
keep the issue wide open

The magnificent individual effort of Endean who carried his bat

through the innings for 162 runs constitu.ec' the backbone of the come ,
paratively formidable second innings total of 388 that asked the |

Australians to make 373 runs for vietory on the fourth and fifth days |
on a wicket that was five playing days old when the game ended but
which was really six days old, Sunday having intervened



Tayfield’s performance will go down in Test cricket history as an;three wickets added i09

AUSTRALIA

Australia for 42 years wh
runs on the fifth and final
It was only their secor



ARBADOS ADVOCATE

227 AND 388
243 AND 290

From Our Own Correspondent

MELBOURNE, Dec. 30.

South Africa today scored their first Test victory over

en ‘they defeated them by 82
day of the second Test here.

id victory in 50 years that the

two countries have been playing Tests.

Australia, meeding 373 in thei
second innings to win, were ali
out for 290,

Overnight they had seored 132
for 4 following 243 in their first
innings. South Africa made 227

and 388,

So South Africa with a team of
Such littl Kmown quality — that
they were urged not to make the
tour have surprised the cricket
world by drawing level, one all,
in the series

The victory was decisive and
richly earned and provides strik-

Ing evidence that the Australian |
team is a pale shadow of the/|
1948 side

England’s off spinners, Laker
ind Tattersall, can take heart

from. the success of South Africa’s | 4
| Tay

field who took seven second
| innings wickets for 81 with match |
igwres of 13 for 165

Tayfield’s pre-lunch spell when

he bowled Langle) Miller and
Hole in nine overs without hav-
ing a run scored off him, vir-
tually won the match

Including his last success yes-

Australia in the, terday Tayfield had a spell of four |

wickets for one ruc while 49

as soon as| were being made at the other end. |



Australia had a chance of sav-
ing the game today but lost it
through batsmen playing strokes

unworthy of Test standards.
ler tried to force the pace too ear-

ly Hole tried to sweep a good

length ball and Lindwall mis-
judged a full tess

The tailenders made a_ gallant
effort to save defeat The last

Benaud

Mil- }

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| Whittle F aces
Year Of Work
And Play

By BRUCE’ HARRIS

Patriarchal Harry Whittle, cap-

tain of our Olympic team, has
come to Cambridge at the sere-
and-yeliow age of 30'as a first-
class reinforcemest for university
athletic He showed it in the

| part he played in the university
elays.

Next March if 1 am chosen”
—he will be hurdling and jump-
ing for Cambridge in the inter-
university sports. at White City—

}the oldest man, conspicuously, on
| his side.

“I have a year of work and

|play here at Cambridge,” Whit-

tle a tall, sandv-haired, spectacled,
unmarried Northerner, told me
“and don’t I enjoy the change
after my years in industry!

“Only trouble i
aren't enough hours in the day.
Lectures morning and evening,
training in the afternoons, never
an idle or dull moment. Do I
find university discipline irk-
some? Not at all, although, to
be sure, | have been allowed what
jis called MA status,”
| Whittle, a civil and mechanical
lengineer who graduated at Man-

that there

outstanding achievement that did more than a littke to bring vietory/and Ring putting on 61 for the|@hester and was a captain in the

to his team. His seven for 81 in the second innings and his overall

ninth—but

earlier mistakes had

|} REME in Italy during the war,

match figures of 13 for 165 has gained him inclusion in the ranks of} broken the back of the Austra-| as been sent to Cambridge on a

these who have chalked up out-
standing Test performances to
their credit.

The series are now one all and
this must be a fine tonic to the
South African team which was
advised not to go on tour because

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it was too weak. |
PANKAJ ROY
Born May 31, 1928. University
student. Sound attractive open~

ing batsman. Played all five Tests
against England in 1951-52 total-
ling 387 runs at 55.28—a record
Indian aggregate. Attacking bats-
man when set, excelling in drives
and hooks. Toured England this
year with Indian team scoring 131



against Middlesex among other |
good scores. |
The Sports Bag contains from
Our London Correspondent to- fas
day:— {
a Pr. ROY
DO THEY EVEN COME BACK? |



REDDIE MILLS, former cruiser-weight champion of the world is |
contemplating a come-back. The 35-yez
boxing promoter has kept in training since his retirement three years |
ago and is almost as fit now as when he made his last ring appearance, |
His come-back thoughts are inspired by the fact that the present



| Jorre , } » < ’
cruiser-weight champion, Archie Moore is twelve months his senior, |@ad for the TTC Christmas races | Worrell would represent Jamaica

Mills will make up his mind in the New Year.

MALAYAN WINS OVER 100 TITLES
DDY CHOONG, 21-yeur-old Malayan law student has won over 100 |
open Badminton titles in just over two years in England. Nineteen |
of them have been acquired during the present s' on which is only!
now 11 weeks old. Choong was ranked No, 8 in a recent world list
compiled by the secretary of the England Badminton Association. On|}
present form, however, he has probably moved up a place or two, |





|

LEAGUE CHAMPS ‘TO TOUR 8S. AFRICA |

UNDEE, Scottish League Cup-holders, are to tour South Africa

next year. They have taken over the invitation extended to the

Scottish F.A. Dundee will be in South Africa for nine weeks ahd will
play between 14 and 16 matches.

BRITAIN’S SQUASH TEAM FOR USS.A.
RITAIN’S Wolfe-Noel Squash Team to play America will be chosen
after the Women’s Championships at the Lansdowne Club in
February. The selectors are to attend the Championships which end
on the 21st. The Wolfe-Noel Cup match starts four days later





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lian innings.

The scores
Seuth Africa tet Innings 427
Australia Ist Innings 2
Seuth Africa 2d Innings S88
Austratia Ynd Innings
MeDenald c Mansell b Murray 23
Norris ¢ Watkins b Melle 1
Hassett lbw, b Tayfield 21
| Harvey ¢ Watkins b Tayfield 60
Miller b Tayfield 31
Langley b Tayfield 4 |
Hole b Tavfield 25 |
Benaud ¢ Melle b Tayficid 45
| Lindwall b Melle 19
Riing e Melle b Tayfield 7
Johnston not out 0
Extras 8
Total 290

Bowling:
Tayfielad 7—8l

Worrell Gan Play
For B’dos And J’ca

From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 30.
Mr, Jack Kidney, Manager of
the West Indies team to England

Melle 2—29, Murray 1-36,

and Chairman of the Barbados
Selection Committee said here
today: ‘If Frankie Worrell is

r-old restauranteur and | *vailable, Barbados will have no}
selecting him for!

1esitation in
the colony matches against the
Indians.’ Mr. Kidney, in Trini-

and to visit his daughters, said
Barbados invited Worrell to play
for the Colony’s team but had
read in Trinidad newspapers that

AUSSIES WIN DAVIS CUP

Dowbles Pair

Supreme

ADELAIDE,

Australia retained possession of
the Davis Cup, emblem of world’
supremacy in tennis as the dy-
namic duet of Frank Sedgman and
Ken McGregor whipped the United
States team of Tony Trabert and
Vic Seixas in the doubles 6—3,
6—4, 1—6, 6—3, before fifteen
thousand fans. The Victory fol-
lowing their sweep of the singles
matehes yesterday gave the Aus-
tralians a 3—0O lead with only two
singles matches remaining tomor-
row. Sedgman made the differ-
ence. He hardly ever was out-
smarted during the doubles tocay
or in his singles victory over
Seixas yesterday. The Americans
after losing the first two sets came
back to take the third 6—I and it
appeared they had found combina-
tion to beat the Australians.
the fourth set found Sedgman and
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post-graduate course by
| Chemical Industries.

In the engineering lab, he is
studying the very latest about
building construction; on the run-

Imperial



ning track he regularly does an
| afternoon’ work after this pat-
} tern

|

| Three 220 yards sprints.

| A quarter-hour of low hurdling.
Five or six short-bursts sprints
{| Some suppling exercises,

“It isn’t easy,” he commented,
‘to train for running in an Eng-
) lish winter. A South African here
once said that if you ran too fast

in this country your arms would
drop off!”



It was as

our champion 440-
yards hurdler

that Whittle went
to Helsinki, finishing there fifth
in the 400 metres. But he was
British long-jump champion in
1947 and 1949.

Now he will be jumping again
| for Cambridge as well as hurd-
jling. And working hard all the
| time,

The venerable bones of Whittle
will have to bestir themselves
next March. Cambridge have not
won the sports since 1947,
—L.E.S.



j
| Worrell has not yet replied to the
Barbados invitation. Mr, Kidney
‘added: “Frankie is qualitied to
play for both colonies.”

} bitterly fougl&t contest that went
to deuce in every game.
The winning blow came on Mc-
Gregor’s service with count at
deuce and the Australians in front
5—3.
It was thirty all then deuce
match point deuce match point
then the game as McGregor got
over a blistering service against
Seixas.
—U.P.
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DEI i unrR a i5i Inquiry Into Death Of 75-Year-Old Man Before Police Coroner HEARING '.'ii Lnqueal on tha >i<.iih of T.'i year-old William Bishop ol Buafa Mail, St M. D) HI B Griffith Acting Police Coronei i until January UMd at tho Ha *M again tskai Genet al Hospital on D •tier ha later. %  itbseiv.,'. %  • ..... r I %  -. Hrcptt.il and wat detained <>n he was ruling (us b* Dec. 20 but died thrss d '•' %  • %  a across the road an,i i • %  %  Griffith took % % %  vMt6 fell to the grouim that and he noticed thai hianother important v loii WM (,j c be sun. Ul I inner edA b. A %  BMM| mnru m body of Bishop ul the (ni.n.il nil I) (ROM ANKIRISM Hospital HOT Ihiit the deceased WM Dr, A. S Ashb) -.' %  %  II pn*t mortem k ( TlM man** apparent afc was on M o n day on the body of Itirhahoiit 70 and there wu a heal.d ard Bovell a labourer of the Pin. abrasion on the light temple Hou.Mng Scheme, St When the skull was reti dp | yesterday attribute 1 abscess ana a blooU I %  < %  !.' The dead bodj Both lungs were cony %  i*cur*eld watchpwi tha bawl . %  not aonaaL i" lying on r 'Ii WM dua pneumonia. in answer to Sat H iban Rice of Beckies It conducting th >. .. h • lea the it. ki %  i. n i has in aas mde Ilia haad 1 in '. 1 | i i bed OEOR1 III D.O, III \ ..IU "I" t .rii T „ iiiii.iuili. earn %  one hard a trident id 1 l %  • • %  M rrV RR1 | 1\M \. a d it W 1797. cd of i s %  %  First Blind BMian ChiM Goes Abroad For Training SEAV 90 -The first blind Barbadian child a little G' r i of five—to (;o abroad for training at a School for %  B.W.I.A., this morning for Trinii -rhool and Uvii n all tha nori school subjects taken bv a normal child. 1 hi 11 E •I C. B. I Gaj i I .mil whl ; %  i %  %  iR .course of IminhiE In Bbeen sponsored by tha Bai '• %  %  %  %  I'.ICI for the Blind v. .llbe borne on a flf tlitv basi> by the loc..l and tliwhere the child eomes. Accompari''I I. Miss Bettj a i tha st i'^ . % %  hild I %  %  %  %  %  . %  Use sued In a flowered %  l i"d :, doll bufgad Ughuy. %  A. is that the iccompany her to : School in ""'' in built in Uv mi I % %  %  %  %  Tha Opt, |ar. through the Kb %  %  :. -i i ..! .' ^_ " ACKNOWLEDGMENT ; . '•-' %  cair tbaf the othool i. which tha 'hanks Data I %  coning '"i. whether tha chlldi the roUowUfl %  %  i I i wu Co., Ltd 100 Poor People (>#/ Provisions %  %  %  V U <.' I, I %  I %  I MTVIIIIf Of th. I %  %  "MARSALTESF." SOLD during • .... %  %  i %  o ng %  I'rep.u'ali m Fur Civic l)a\ Al P5ark in mi, %  %  %  %  ou and i.i%  ThU little Etrl left here ye-1prdav lo attend a S ln.il for llir Hl.nd in Trinidad. More Accommodation For A A Car Park ThS Automobile car p... Yesterday woi i iri Af.er tha maiXir.ni hav I i ANOTHt* SHINING SXAUPiC C XffAS MHtLK W W. i %  Ml n Monday .-. %  T v> p % % %  Th i haii *• i %  %  Birth of Chris) rHErViiec (o/ea/t ////< i J : .Maria,'. ,|, ,„,„. %  III over from Lai %  I ib until i %  %  %  %  I A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All our FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS Y. I> 1.1*1.1 A ca. 1.1. 2" liioad St. al M.iiint' Gardens Concert Given H\ Prisoners \l Glendain : %  %  %  11 %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  back stagi %  %  %  foUowad i 1 %  IN A MAI I %  JOY TO nil: WORLD" %  I %  i.h.i. i i in which Ibc I i P i %  Final For Driving C. ninth %  • . ... : Ign ncii! vim a ear on Oct 7. Q II Kain.ci appaareyj a* Sgt Ol the it QuU) load on %  in collided wnh itA IMtl (INI I \M.I U.I ^irer of %  | SO %  i i \ I %  | %  : Cantral r ilh I,-. i in i is KI run 11 II itermafl of Goo n ii K %  "l and '..ileii Walaan thut hr %  etwci 1.1$ p in ..in H. c %  '<• and th< ..mount uf $17 in cash which shi : %  i %  in bad I :.II %  I ad at so %  %  %  %  i %  %  i. Mill road SI 10 D.I %  : %  i c .ii pal %  %  iii p n into i %  ; %  USER DIO NOT CALL AT MARTINIQUE IN H n toiiust ... which Chrlstmu I ... nil,i.. tii. i %  • ii i moutli the liner < i Martinique and spent %  m da prl i %  ... I.. %  call i %  Ihl ThcK'sslwaysSdcan hygienic Domahere ;(,.S \l''d. I II l'. -C .. od P tv Pans, andnles.SinlvandPdini-ofk rsspoad qusckq lo to ncatmcnl thcie's not a scratch ID a mountain of CbaBKO. To All Our Friends and Customers \\ I. n Mil K oil: I1KST THANKS I "It KH n I Ul Mi-llilAMi PATBONAOI IHHIMi IW \Mi IN HI 1DWXBITX Wl WISH V(il A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR .:. I I C F. HARRISON & CO. (BARBADOS) LTD. I dua lo tha .,1 d foi A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. € LA IMS CHIPPLEES CHUPPLEE %  ' i gajMtohere of course N !. r. ^r. V,,., ftn.l (h. I.XSIST OX %v 1? o^ A lull raliye now in Slo< I, % %  AIM, % 


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DAI • i MBI R II, 1S2 HENRY IIIKII WMls \IIMK Ul I'\|.F .IMV BY CARL ANDERSON :z0 a FLINT OF ThE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN 2TRANKS 8. GEORGE DAVIES BR i lOtH.'Sf i — 'wi.i.e*v. %  H—0 ~<*V T>rfV tVt>**0 ma ^0**0& yvor* T ML. K 1 4L.I -*Mff •* %  — %  W, f, ow -ML. £**,&*•; • : %  r ~.£>. 0 T I i *OCM TAg -ro rmsm*mm tf*M *^ 7-(# #W> -• tWVH.CM'** • *•*<•*.#* ?T %  */vOr *-*oe rw^ ( oo 1 ')S • %  <-:-. ( T-T'T*T-T'* %  1 — BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG -rCl>?F*a.T ..•LHHSWGOOO FLMDH GORDON BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS I DO*T 6ME iMgifi'S ON BLViNO %  : COULD H > OUT 'T ;•'-.-. -:" %  WEAL ME cOOOft'LEflS. 1 NOW SOU LiHAVE TO 60 RIP KIRBY ISY ALEX RAYMOND /""'SB' r' nMthins bu tUmiilMM him to MtMMlI TONO h;ts just tins clTeti it over*emits ilitLissiiudc nf ihc iropks yiiu feel hcitcr fot it more en CC gtlc ready for die day's work DM IhC >lav after. A real wholMOfllfl IMH( lor nerves. Dftll] UN ho*ly, and a very deliiious one, too. t o no Chocolate Malt &Milk BEVERAGE mA Cow & Gats Product* J B. LESLIL ft CO. LTD-OCNIS Don't let th COLD tak h^jcl! : ... i VAPEX < it itc\ (oi os { mm NEWS H.AMI %  %  M .mil .ill '.'. Happy and i JI1|VS,MN -. t \||OM Kl O. H JOHN Diamante Necklaces & Costume Jewelry V. H. LIMA 20 Broad SI 1 SACRCOL I is TIIK riNEST 8 REMEDY FOR f RHEUMATIC | PAINS Don't he without n hotlie—it'* a rcnl stanilby. On Sate at kMi.HIS llruj; Slorrs 1 New in Barbados but very old in Holland MILL BEER from 700 years old KLAVER BREWERY MILL-ions drink MILL beer THE ADVOCATE STATIONERY WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCKTAKING ON FRIDAY JANY. 2 AND SATURDAY JANY. 3 and will Re-open to Business on Monday Jany. 5 SPECIAL'OFFE^AVAILABLEMONDAF'TO"' WEDNESDAY^At "ALr BRANCHES Usually NOW W> take ihiN o|i|tortmill> in wlsUafl i\.r>nnr I'KAS Tina $ .49 $ .43 EVAPOBAVED MILK M .27 MACABONI II M rn mr) Prosperous I95J FRVS COCOA 51 .4 IIKKR CARIB il .11 IIII.KK D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street






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Outgoing Cabinet Voi . Churchill.
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. Churchill PANMUNJOM, Dee, 30.
B t ; Xnias Beer Held | B ; S ‘ ‘THE COMMUNIST armistice delegation has
u € or anuary OKLAHOMA CITY, Dee. 30. pP | 2 alle ged a series of | ANON neutral zone
° Forty-tour cases of beer F U S A violations and warned of “serious consequences.”
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4 ; PARIS, Dec. * macnn a ceaen nal Guia. or ” | \ Communist letter to Colonel Charles W.
Georges Bidault on ‘Wednesday night refused Presi- 2b Pie A crt ge MeCartl -UN | the TX
. 2 , ‘ : . e ery « ‘ ev ar t ( 7 i roe ite
dent Vincent Auriol’s invitation to try to form a govern ae 2 ae ‘ LONDON, Dee. 30. MeCarthy, ot IN. Command ehar }
, : heal in a warehouse here P Wins _ il ht : . } " : ‘ j
ment, thus ending the hopes of an early ¢ te lucsday beeause it contains PA a mag tinston Con is | with shelling the conferen et e tin int
Christmas cabinet crisis. more than 3.2 per cent al- elect Dwight Eisenhower pie tering leaflets twice in the neutral area and ty-
Earlier the outgoing French Cabinet voted to present || cebel. Don Hoover repre- such cold war problems as Korea, aire flights aver Kar na wt a ferenee
| oni of another Bréw- : ;: i seven mn ¢ LAOSE ha The eonrereng
a st sap budget for J: + to the National Assembly re : meeting with Premier Josef Stalin,
eat) an det end. aan A ae heen Sasi y ing company said the agent atomic know-how and canals | } zones
=e my a eee A :s 00 shay a “1 of San Miguel Breweries, a | ment | | The le ter signed oe
. meet la a mM. I S900 dnd . tter, s . —
; © Steg: tha’ Wisi © Cmaentt Philippines ‘concern took Churchill and his party set out |, Koreali Coléne! Chang Chung Sat
oune or studied tie catetaes Govern erders from servicemen in for the United States aboard a ' senior Red Lialson Officer, further P £
hente stopotals to collect tax Korea calling for shipment special car of the boat train to! charged that Allied Varplanes ap remier
. and “spend money in January o) of the beer.—U.P. Southampton There they are/ bombed and strafed Communist
xpe e the basis of one-twelfth of last oéiaeisees staying overnight in a special suite | vehicles within the neutral area, Ma ry Vy it
year’s annual budget figure. The of the liner Queen Mary which 'wounding Red delegation person-| 4 V I ee
’ : ayy ret 1a in ori sails for New York at 10.15 a.m ‘] .
rom Part Sit beentea, tr ike anh af dic ~ n Wednesday mM
cipal be voted by the end of the i i D t on sda) te Pa ee eo Cee veney sa “
- Soap, was sat aside by the resi 1 5 a e ep ° nn ae cok aa said that on minded that agreeme nt between | Ihe ieee 7 : i her ¥ sain
: * 4 Bio ra tion of Premi Antoine Pinay a ‘ is eighth tri o America since {both sides concerning the confer- | Shi ; cheer as iniet
eee eee ori Week ago today A ll Ww d 1941, Churchill wanted most of all | fence site area and neutral areas| Shigeru, Youlada noe Minister
has expel d City Co “ilk Bidgult conferred with member 0 e to set up with Kisenhower a close ire at present only local agree-| United States after” Presi hey
Cla id A uatus Sirs ote {of his own party before talking 7 and intimate working system We | Lime nts on matters relating t¢ 1-| elect Eisenhower e eunionteadiies
aude ugustus Merriman from “A Gene Pierre is a Se ge his wartime friendship with Presi- Se a eos s , pr sheila ar, etag, - Tice calif 3 senh we rs inauguration
its ranks. This is consequence | With General Piert venig, Inter e¢ Ss hh ~ ; ;4| A LUNCHEON PARTY was held at Government House yesterday in ue wean armistic » discuss Japan's re-armament
of the ‘election Car Mr Cts de Assembly chief of the Gaullist: VAL e. e dent Roosevelt. Churchill was said | honour of Dr. Alain Bombard who is seen above chatting with His | %@#0tiations, and that continued) and defence production problems.
Vibart Wigh - ; eo ’1M.R.P. issued a brief statemer to feel the: the one time war and Excellency the Acting Governor Mr. R. N. Turner during the party violation of these agreements wi | , "
of “the La oe, ne saying it had confidence in both WASHINGTON, Dec. 30. | pulsing allsance between ‘J White | Dr. Bombard leaves this morning for Puerto Rica en route to New bring very serious consequences.” id Yoshida, if he makes the
TD gislative ounci!, 835i nidault and his proposed pro- A Justice Department Attorney House and Number 10 Downing) York a Franc , North Korean radio charged trip, would confer with Mr. Eiser-
Mayor for the Coronation yea ‘cau DPOF I A Jt < } Street had deteriorated. He wants ork and France . : r. Biseth
Councillor Merriman exercised| 2™@™me, underlining its belief in| testified Tuesday that the State/ tree’ had deterior je lat. | . . Sunday night that American, hower and Secretary of State«
his vote in favour of M: “| his proposals for boosting housing | Department cleared some Ameri-|to see it revived, at least some lat- | ‘ e x Superfort bombers killed or in- Designate, John Foster Dulles.
= eK... oe ual ? le credits 7 for U.N. jobs even though|ter day version of it, informants | » » ‘ 4 |jured “several hundred peaceful The newspaper said he would
ip a cea View wr 7 Even though the three partic it had information indicating — ee Pri | e Lhe . ¢ , av citizens” during an air raid Sat seek funds for Japan from the
the party rr the hele a att a Independent Republicans, Pea they were Communists Roy ith 7 the 78-year-old a Sah day night at Chongju United States mutual defence ap-
nominee for the eves l aa Tland Gaullists (A.R.S.) announced|Cohn who handled the New| Minister wore his vi bis aug! - : e sinha : 6-20'¢ | Propriations and loans from the
sn four ree (OP) after caucuses that they would not| York Federal Grand Jury whieh | ter weet bee A apt ap . / 6 Se at acer anaes c conta ate bey) World Bank for Japan's power
; : “*’ decide until later today whether! investigated Communist _ infiltra- Soames, I ember g = ates ' ot an oh ‘em, - av ign ep I r suncred bombs ane’ generation expansion programme,
to support Bidault if he was con-| tion’ in the U.N, gave testimony gether with Saeeig e e oe | e wo Kae : a u . ( f ‘i s raid, severa «UP.
5 ; sidered to have a better than even) before the House Judiciary Sub- Pare bggell British Anh oF ! â„¢ illed of . unde { aa oa Pot : a
; . she » to get the Assemt s back- committees a S. § as nor ORY ““ k or wo ed and numerot i
Nane Oakes eae : ae dy: " : oly b ick matte ha Ito the United States is making the By VICTOR KENDRICK | houses destroyed Mr Pru Pla
-" UP Col t present special assis-| journey to the United States SEOUL, Dee. 30 Pyongyang radio claimed that m an ITs
We : a . ial 3S . nt to Attorney General James) apoard the Queen Mary but off Chinese Communists warned U.N. troops in the ®tivaireraft guns and M.1.G.-15's S79l B 1
Granery “ale ani a ore ¢ “O- . ¢ an . sho e < ) ne . U
eds ws Again U. Ss Immi ration Amen ouaie, onld that was merely a co Sniper Ridge sector on Tuesday that they will stage a ot = wat ee ans . Dé 70). ud get
sti 1 th: t the P. “ b raat ae OF wn te ono mn ‘ Gamagec o others Sunday he
aaetis toe ses 8 Col tested tat at te ted! Churchilt concluded his affairs) “Aeneral offensive” next Sunday, but Allied officers thought | Fifth Air Poree announeed one WASHINGTON, Dec. 30
NASSAU, Bahamas, Dec. 30. ° . BB 9 an F mr, here with a special cabinet meete| the threat empty propaganda Sabrejet crashed after developing| [thas been learned that Pr
Gold heiress Nancy Oakes ; tcer or ca idver comment” on five!! ; . on 7 he at E {
akes and united ie jing on Tuesday morning. Un- Chinese b! od the “war? g ver loudaneske , ine trouble ident Truman plans to send a fiscal
her husband Baron Fenst Lyssafd e investigated and found doubtedly, his Ministers offered 1ese Diared the “warning” over loudspeakers facing | 154 i 4 7 nd a \
§ st, Lyssa INCE) ] ‘ . 4 . : edly, s ’ ‘ . » | . 954 budget of abou 79,000.06€
Von Hoyningen Huene flew to| .p,.MINGSTON, Jea., Dec. 30. \that the Department did have| 5th? ii. and information per- the sector held by South Korean troops possibly in the} Meanwhile at Panmunjom U.N. | 900 to the naw Republican 7
Europe for their honeymoon foi- Jama ot ko ; “th wis ut ae a“ nate “te tinent to his journey belief that the ROKS would be susceptible to this form of |"ejected two Communist charge | gress : ] ig
hy ‘ aica a ificer « he ri ri rse co ent, | $ " : of vio 0 side _pP ue
lowing their wedding Monda; Immigration Department. He said pome es he ‘ 1id information} am psychological warfare |S cae te Vaan tae The budget { the twelve
>y . 1 > , 7 ; , ’ ' ‘ wo rir
at poms. on arrival Sunda) at he would jn the hands of the State Depert- | fe : others jmonths beginning July 1, wilt
n a solemn Church of England question the crews of vessels car- | ment f fairly evaluated “would eo o Red drive w Peckaal Oh eye = | In a note handed to the Reds | outiny abe, Sectoral reverie tbout
ceremony the wedding went off|rying personnel of 300 and over have’ led to the conclusion that| / artinique baker 4. leek Rave ve ‘ais ashe | ( Arrested \the U.N. said investigations proved | 202:900,000,000 the same as the
a ill yee tee aor al eeaNein Gd x ie Ene en eae 5 a Communist’, } Eighth At ty rs Head rate ; ; that Allied planes did not fly over Ort sca
urch filled with guests. Long] Empress of Bermuda on a Carib- ye We. 1 adquarter Pan
~— g : - 7 f : ioubted Communist . ; % r . inmunjom on December 18, an li rove
lines of people crowded all the| bean cruise due here shortly The State Department refused | f ini would adver 4 ° tl tN an aaiitte 7 appl
approaches to the Church. The His preser ce here is to facilitate ve the Grand Jur th n . re ecl ue Om 3 ere offensive any time or erro! ih wa ieee athe fh ig . een oe ”
walk was illuminated with lan-| the quick turn ;round of vessels of the Department officials res- : ae ers recalled. the Reds broad- The note said the latter N ie ars oe a ee
terns and the Church was colour-| and comply with the provisions of |pensible for screening Americans ‘7 Shri te tone re nee by UNIS, Dec, 30 tion was based on the fact that ; \ oh as a "4 tae |
“ * . sare wr U _ mmer y . A : « avs be . | : “ ’ ov. - . . rent «le wr Hseal 198 7OuU
fully decorated with carnations! the Bill relating (o ships crews, for | cmipheymnant ' is ap 88 But aed Y eaoet De French authorities announced; the Reds had not proved how the were paras # ee 4 would
*,- he said.—(CP) ~—-U.P ember 25 but they made no move} ' . 2 1 i the neighbourhood — of
red hibiscus and yellow gladioli. 1e ‘sme 7 ahi io fulfill the boast the arrest of 17 members of the} leaflets got into the zone, admilt- 519.990.000.000. Ser ding for the
ve . | | Ls "The ground wat ‘Tuesday took Nutionalist Neo Destour «New In-|ting at the same time that the 1983 fiseal year » about held
The Governor of the-colony Sit re » | The Prefect of Martinique, MHP ihe form of probes and skirtais! dependence) Party on charges of ‘leaflets were found there over, is expestil fo total abou
Robert Neville and Lady Neville; 2 Excellency M. Laigret is due to} one involving 200 Reds, The Chin. | rortst act ‘ U.P. | 976 600,000,000, » 7! rould put
and the families of the bride and jarrive in Barbados this morning] peo « < poate’ Vig Among those arrested were Ali oar , ans ie would | Bu
L J ib ; ese continued persistent harra . Pe md tat sie Government about $6,000,000,000
en eee os = | by - or a eaves J er attacks at Sniper Ridge and Jat EI = sf aa Be ti tee un ~ \ t KE j iF n the red Sane
ests included socially prom-| in the day for Jamaica cco | Russel Hill on the central fron ae ee a see eee pal ec ‘Oo ne 7 Republ 1 lead of the in-
inent friends from Britain, the U.S., | j r e panying him are M, Vérger, bi8/put South Kor ans method ‘all \bde! Hafix Diab a cell leader be= 7 DUS ’ roops ’ oom : hiv r Congress
Canada and from Mexico, Count p oO asses Oa in | Prime Minister, Capt. Lespiau,|peat the Reds ba dicall ed to be behind the bombing . ir ! ’ minnie 7 re oe are’
and Countess Jean De Premio - K | Head of the Military cabinet and | rifte, machine gun - nortar fire weeks ago of a post offiee at Replacements tan tion tting next ven
Real, Doreen Feng daughter of th« Col, Valantin, Commander in| UN. troops in the Old Baldy [poUs,2! Arba : air ure ¢ hing like
Chinese Ambassador to Mexico and | SEAWEL! Dec. 30,—Mr. J. B. Colby, Manager of panies Sree troops im the/secetor, northwe f horwon, |) or Mal ; ivi : Py asi Fong th TOKYO, Dec, 40 $7,000,000 000 ch woutd bring
a P ‘. ‘ Tr H . . aieal | Freneh es ndies ad 3 ted n ‘4 100 foto os ass, ce esiaent o e U Sti 3 si fi O , y sir
mon ane BarOneay an . 3 a | J. ( Gilbert Ltd., Columbia House, London, arrived here The party will be met on ieardloaee whan 700- wn 3 , oe Neo Destour cell at La Kessera on po ‘ioe in “a e To, "rE ry ‘ i balanced acta mis Pp
‘Beh Sia ey Seger this morning by B.W.1.A., from Trinidad to supervisé the ;py Col. R. T. Michelin, Coms|iacked «a utpost positions, |, Darees of sabotage of telephone | have té serve an extra two month ee
é é sues . 2ad- z ie . ; ) : : i wo outpo Osition : é : ¢ xtra two ) cciaaveblintraninananssitiniitlte
ing aoe - é “Gavesniian poli loading of 2,000 tons of fancy molasses which his firm iS!| missioner of Police and Capt Allied intantrymen punched , tt tt “I 14. N in future before the are ent | “4
‘. i- . eet \ Seine »prese! r the ireth regio ‘ J : - . . T
igs “and” ‘commerce. “A'reception | purchasing for the British Ministry of Food. The molasses |¥. I Armstrong. copreseat %é|i0 the main defense lines coro byatoun” puta” naiiaestt wage, homes headauarters of ‘Ihe Fut | 1952 Strikes Ie U.S.
; 1 ' \ * s Exce . , ting Gove , t ed retreate | : 7" , were | Mast ¢ ‘ nounced here r
followed at Jacaranda, Lady will be shipped in barrels in the s.s. Diala. Senos Bama erd Kate ica hy at uded up for participation in an i Penn ANAOURCES |
Oakes town house which wa _He is met at Airpo | On landing, M. Laigret and M. | casualties ttacl uinst a local gendarmeri¢ Frontline troops in Korea will Brought idleness
strikingly decorated and illumin- M1 rt nd M Verger will call at Government; The U.N. fi ae ition, Police said they have dis- | not pe affected by the new ofder
ated. Most of the festivities were Joh: mm of itions Ltd, House and later they will joiD| former positior da half {royce 29 arms dump at Mareth m,. annowneement said increased WASHINGTON, Dee, 30
Pn —* grade. A great gis hi Second pir be |Capt. Lespiau and Col Valantin | hours later Red subbed TUS aE aw bi to aerUa service wae ordered becdusé there The vear 1952 broveht more
aa. The “ gg . oe? a. or ure aaa ‘ r ¥ ait Police Central Station west of Musan and n Kelly Hill | ’ : pan ‘te wa not enough replucements Strikes and more idleness from
adi. “0 e, after he y Gilb td t ing | t the western front an outh o -. ina ) " ‘ State york and stop; i the US.
honeymoon in Europe will return | distributed by that fi tself From C:ntral Station, the party ei Hill wae n - j . ; 4 , ran rs oe Se a yan ry han assy a6 iod ir ask the in«
t xic ofan cya io ' ie . Hall t eet . eee ve ' | —_———_— » > beginning of Janu : : . ° ‘
‘mai tena ae they are mak Or ae ee vil yt eg 5 oe S bow! i the ea y troops outside the Korean combat | dustrial convulst of eet the
: . ft : * — ps § é light snow ob er ‘ one \ nO 0 s ive bo i artrne r %) toe
-C.P. oy Fancy Mola =. in Bri uin, Walcott, Officer Commanding, Letilitty at scotterea a ar Holland W ants : ne vill nee <= . oe ere I Hen En oe 1 sm
Vir olby told the 4 ate t + Rarh: > aj . yeh, " n Vong j to their credit before the ecom y . O16 as
aii . lot of | ‘ aes : a be Barbados Regim nt, = a iel. \the 100-mile battle line Tempera- ] 4 e eligible for rotation home two-month trike of C.16.
lsold in the Un Kingdc put yw ageye “- “at eo Deputy | tures ranged from a low of six teturn Ol even —U.P United steel worker —(C.P.)
Syngman Rhee sn wiley ainoul’ “he commissioner oi Police tnd Cape aetice® Inthe wert to 12 dexrees| pa pia ventancesinneniiinenaiicanaindadiaaiiipnsiiaitanetabinaai:
: are, ladded that it ule depends very Armstrong will then take the} UP US aped Criminals i}
May Visit Japan (RES Ge tee ety ne party on a drive through the ‘ay Y gy %
ie at the ce me i irm - country-sid®, returning to Gov-| _— } THE HAGUE, Holland, Dec. 30 am a
- trying to get ther ») take another . at 12.30 p.m. in time Hollanc a
TOKYO, Dec. 30. yao ernment at ; . Y — ind may approach Allied
General Mark Clark, -Far East ee + ae tat ; for lunch M. Laigret and party | Chiang Sacks lop wcupation authorities to try to get }
U.N. Commander personally su 1M i ‘olby is here io a woek will rejoin the ship later in the! Vili | t Germany to return seven
ses 8 3 a~ |: 8 Staying at the Ocean ew afternoon ! . ;
gested that South Korean Presi-| Hote , Mitltite r We lescaped Dutch war criminals now
dent Syngmann Rhee visit Japen er ai TAIPE! any Hen it Jarge there
in an effort to smooth relations 7 . 66 | ‘ Ba | AIPEH, Formo ) su :
" . : . ‘ | ch Foreigr Mhice poke
between Japan and Korea. | South Korea ¢ am 0 oul r | Marshal Chiang Kai-Shek, |, A Dutch Foreign Off pol
Informed sources said the sug- Coinage Nationalist leader ha rahi ho then’ Maude arctan
vesti ras ade las “tobe =, j ° : | discharged al] { off voke the 1934 Moscow declaratio:
re the Anounene taaediiiones 1 Supply Most Of Strike Off ;0% the Chinese mainland under which rriyolagh eae !
. apt abroad who were f l promised to help each other trac
commended that Rhee come tuo! , : \ oan a . ormerly und dawr
Tuban’ aaeh ikchicey tan tn Soldiers Needed thindk Gia Caids Corsesicaiaets | eae, opted They l be r dow a war ¢ riminal Ch it een it
announcement said only that} “ LONDON, Dec. 30, | Stated if they are four ter shetied Ao cnt mata an eC
Riese would visit Clark's he ad-| wi W SSHING' Dee. 30 : The two day “Colour Bar” | be gngaged in guerilla arfi ape each occupa , afl h ities y
ar IN ‘on de : ngressional sub-( mi biniieen ne ama We ‘ & Nation: : ; any" t okesma id. 14
quarters as U.N. Commander's} , : Tue ; aa rike at Kings Cross Railway | Gon munist ‘iy cata The Dutch Government has. been|{\
personal guest. Kor Be Goods Depot—one of the biggest Natic etsy I y Aah ale |G a fre i}
2 are Om pl ‘ ner in London—is off. Eignty shunters |. hed th : OURS here tion though Holl At te wa ree i
However Korean and Japanes erates N here who refused to work with )2chbed 1e“order as another » ltradit 4 os ae Me ee ae
Government officials enthusiasti- )“"° 5° Servs - a Wes ha od tI j owards streamlining Chin Fa ae ROAR Wile Weet: Ger {
ave als siasti~ |" amir tion. fos : a i West Indian changed their minds | Nationalist armed f ..c It many
aor approved the visit in the hope | "3" ay ; ponight and decided to go bavi | eyperted to mean the discardins Or
that it would open the way fox oa to work le ee CACAECI ig
‘ | he € : of hundreds of Gene MA
eicakel ane" on relation Hows ; 7 So tomorow the new eu): under ite Tain as ead ‘ ———_—___
4 e e two countries. ee ' ' eague from Jamaica 33-year-gleé sts t fs he Jat + s
. “ a “jarzte) Which al i isf ited “ 4 munist It is the Vationalists
Informed sources said Clark’s|o¢ ) Chinese Na . troops | Stephen Salmon will help thein}second move to cut urplt gen- | ltalians Capture
ide se U.N. Commande operating | Mian Papeete : a | tort the trueks of 21 freight trainsjerals and officer the Ler \ .
in Korea with bases and headquar- |} j,," +}, Sie 7 ( that run into the sheds daily payroll, Two month +13 Norcolic : of
ters a Boca would be greatly |p unists Salmon formerly a carriage|erals and eight it re lies Chie
eased if the two countries ironed It said the outs tra- | cleaner was delighted when the}eompulsorily retained :
; . . é utgo nue : ROME, Dee. 30
out their differences.—U.P. tion failed to make tl maxi- | railway promoted him to shunter Chiang’s eldest son, Lieutenant Italian narcoties age eee, er d
jmum” use of South Korea’s poten- || with its half guinea rise. It put|General Chiang Ching-Kuo |they have smashed a key link {r ff
ANTI-CORRUPTION itial manpower and ion d his weekly wages up to £6 11s, neon today that Nationalist}the international dope smuggling |\\} at
liver the militar I nisec . » Zut when he went to start hig/#uerillas on the inland had|with the capture of Guiss ppe
BILL APPROVED +to Ch Ka a Mr J. B. COLBY new job yesterday the other|Killed or wounded 41,727 Com-| Corso, 27 old friend” of Luc ky
MEXICO CITY, Dec. 30, forces. it called fo oe € Ri shunters stopped work They eo. : ta etween January | Luciano, and son-in-law of the 1 T
Mexican City approved an anti-|steps on bott unts. The sub- ‘ me J ins usked “why give the @ egl« [89 Uctober loth this year e time Ne wk underwo }
) . 408 Y ce why give the job to a ¢ol-} iy Bh . I inderworld ‘
corruption bill which would force ; Committee made up of 1 osla suca JOimMs yure an whe ore are ‘Ay! General Chiang ¢ Kuo wh? | leader { 4
1G ft ofndial rel ; ; ured man when there are plenty | ; chief of the 1 \ q
a 7overnment officials to pub- emocr ney e . ‘ whi 1 ’ Ss chie , ! political depar Corsc ind Coppola had beer
lish a sworn statement of their|headed by repr ve Migration xO capa een 50 do: tt ment of the National Defence! ought since March tatanivies (i Y
! j ‘ S The strike spread over three . in conn 4
wealth both before and after hold-}ton Bi ooks, Der t of se shifts, This meant that no trains oon hl Mpen that n he r on with the attempted smuggl I pi
ing public office.—(CP) ana.—U.P. : GENEVA, Dec. 30. |could enter or leave the depot. [Period itionali gueril » the US. of a cleve mstru A
_ Costa Rica has joined the inter-) Messages were sent all over th attacked and held a . it ntainir re hevoin
7 5 " iain } hr ntal Committee for!country to stop or divert traine ee vitinace ne s. Th 218 Es it least $450,000 in unc °p
suropean migration, raising thelon their way to London, To-day {990 Villages and also nine isl ’ se 4> “i y |
3 NEW COMERS IN T DA D TEAM Committee's membership to 2) |two trains at Hull with 150 tensfO® the China coa on UP _ remests
countries, it was announced here |of fish for London were cancelled i ic P ;
From Our Own Correspondent) Butler. Av eam | today, Costa Rica is the first Cen- | Aberdeen Fish Market was affect- ‘ a For continuous music throughout the
PORTCOPSSPAIN, Deer 30, [Butler A oan Aancrisa neues ts Petal ot mport Controls On Milk —
Trinidad’s team to play India the committee, Salmon is a member of the : < - One i alas y . a ale
in the Colony match opening} After the announcement of t Other Latin American members |National Union of Railwaymen oat rurkey — Chicken or Steak dinners
here on Janu 13 caused great | team tollmeyer k are ane Chile, Paraguay and! and the Union's attitude was “ve ‘ WASHINGTO Dec, 3 i fd ( served from 8 to 11 p.m. .
surprise in ricket circles when reason why the Sele Venezuela jare o posed to any discrimination Secretary of Agricul nd drie er milk have . i . ~
nnouncéd on Sunday evening emphasis on yout St The announcement said: “A re | againat a cniburet man. There is [Charle Bran: et t ; Supper at any lime ce
The team includes five young-|said the team n cent independent survey of ecom-}no justification whatever for thig/¢4 import contro 1 ‘ oes
sters, three of them newcomé« every one but the " omic conditions in. Costa Rica/man being prevented from taking |milk, dried butter- f ic FEATS! BALLGONS!
and is an indication of how far nm the had shows that this country offers sei-!a job to which he is properly en-|cream to bolste domest i ! ( ,
the: Sele tor are prepared to's for young tleme t area: that would be at- | titled.” : : market nd ‘ t ght f ) QEDASLVAKE RS! M
1 givin ith a chance. Youngs ) active to Furopean immigrants: The Union tried to persuade;money in its pr tt )
sters are Ke r Corhie oO general make- with farming experience.” | the shunters to return to work and/#ramme. At the ») { reet th New Year {{
Derr ming ) lk Ransamoo have ust The t ve ilian farm-|its organiser went to the depot|Brannan remo: ) x : Mh
Ber Kar i Carl Furlong Ss ever 5 € Costa Rica with | tonight to reason with therm jtions on caseir r 1 che i} ; eo i
Sarnia , ; ne » of the. aarti AG nA Me. Wa Sleek dleneeend ihade 7 | Gen DINNER $4.00 >) i
meve (Capta j tt t ¢ nder dis- go back immediately “out of Jov~'Gouda cheese H i ss S ))
S« R i u ay eme Cost uity to the Union”’—-and to work | by 900,000 po r ’ ¢ vy DANCI $1.00 ))
li tupe T f Ric e expecte C re 1 ide shunter Stephen 8+ ni annual « ‘ ae
L ~U.P f Jamaica M r -U.P a SSS SSS = SS




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BARBADOS ADVOCATE











ES EXCELLENCY the Acting Attended Deughter’s

- Governor, Hon R. N. Turner, r, :

we@companied by Captain W, H. R Wedding

Armstrong A.D.( vesterday R. E. T. GIBBES, merchant

ft 1 paid an informal visit + of Grenada, returned home
, Barbad Electric Supply yesterday morning by B.W.1A.,

CGÂ¥poratior after spending a few days in Bar-

fs Excellency was met on bados as guest of Mrs, and Mrs.

Arey t i \ Sr 1, tne D. D. Johnson at Spencers Pian-

Gene ig G. Mor- tation, Christ Church,

! the 1eer-in-Charge, who Mr, Gibbes arrived here on Sat-
mpal him on a tour of the urday to attend the wedding of
ae ~Station his daughter Cynthia and Mr.

} t lex later visited Lloyd Johnson the same evening
Hani I ion where at St., Batrick’s Roman Catholic
he inspected dinghy Church.

L’Heretique wh r. Alain Fer Indefinite Stay

pier recently ssed . the M* and Mrs, T. Sumner,

Kor The Winter originally from England, but

have been living in South Africa

BARBADOS for the winter for many years are now in Barba-






It,







» Mr 1d Mr ec Seren- dos for an _ indefinite stay as
Denmark » arrived guests at Cacrabank Hotel, They
lost week by the De Grasse from arrived here on Monday morning
Jamaica.where they had spent a by B.W.1LA., from Trinidad after
1onth. They were accompanied having travelled out there from
t the two children, Ole and South Africa in the M.V. Ganges.
| } ind are guest at The Sumners are paying their
Cacrabank Hotel first visit to Barbados, From
M ind Mrs. Sorensen were here they expect to go to
here t sar when they spent Jamaica.
two months’ hoiiday. Mr. Soren- - on "
is a Director of S. C, Sorensen Ker Two Weeks
Importers of Denmark, RRIVING over the week-end
One Week by B!W.1LA., from Trinidad
R. and Mrs. C. H. Sprick ar- were Mr. D. Connolly and Mr, P.
N rived recently from Venez- Davey, engineers of U.B.O.T.
uela via Trinidad by B.W.1A, The have come over for two
for a -week’s holiday. They were weeks’ holiday which they are
accompanied by their two child- Spending as guests at Caecrabank
ren Hotel.

Mr. Sprick is employed with the Originally from the U.K., they
Royal Bank of Canada in Vene- both have been living in Trinidad
zuela. fee over a year. Mr Connolly

From Snow To Sun spent 3% years in Venezuela with
' ArT vy ie the Shell Co., before going on to

AR. HENRY J, MORGAN from yinidad, while Mr, Davey was

Ya Birmingham who was iN previously in Borneo for four
Barbado eighteen years 48° years with the Shell Group

passed through here on Monday
1 ‘ 4 C4
morning on the Empress of Scot- Engaged

Jand. He-was accompanied by his "WYHE engagement was announced
wife and sister-in-law, Mrs. J. M on Christmas Eve between
Packwood Miss Joan Branch, daughter of Mr.

He said that he was glad to be and Mrs. L. H. Branch of Claybury
inthe” tropics especially after Pin, St. John and Mr. Hal Cole,
feaying-Birmingham with four- son of Mr. and Mrs. Dorion Cole
teenh-inches of snow. of “South Winds”, Maxwell Coast.

While in Barbados, Mr. Mor- ss " 5 . ‘
gan and. party were the guests To Meet His Family
uf Mr, and Mrs, Peter Morgan of R. A. J. STOLL who came
St. Lawrence Hotel over from Venezuela’ on

Revellers Christmas Sunday by L, A. V. is due to Jeave

N Saturday night, the Revel- to-day by the Colombie on his
lers Club entertained their way back to Venezuela.
friends to a Christmas Party at | Mr. Stoll came over to meet

his wife and family who are in-
transit on the Colombie from
France after spending a holiday.

Secretary of Schiumberger Co.,

the residence of the President, Mr
Arnold Alleyne, “Wilsbury”’, Brit-
tons Hill.

The fete started with Bingo, and
prizes were distributed to the win- Mr, Stoll said that he enjoyed
ners, his short stay in Barbados as a

guest at Accra Beach Club, Rock-

trom Venezuela ley, and plans to spend his next
DD" Henrique Perez Dupuy, leave here,
President, Manager and Congratulations

founder of Banco Venezolano de MNONGRATULATIONS to Mr
Credito, arrived on Sunday by John Mose, son of Mr. and
dyeaeV, On & LWO-WECK tunilduy Mrs, GO, Mose of Fitts’ Village,

visit. He was accompanied by his gt, James, who celebrates his

wife, and they are guests at the seventeenth birthday to-day, and
Royal Hotel. also to Miss Monica Weekes of
F . College Savannah, St. John, who

R. GABRIEL MONCADO, celebrates her birthday to-day.

Medical Practitioner of Cara-

as, Venezuela, was an arrival by beck From Trinidad



L.A.V. on Sunday. He is a guest ETURNING from _ Trinidad
at the Aquatic Club. yesterday morning by

Other arrivals by L.A.V. on B.W.LA., were Mr. and Mrs
Sanday included Mr. George Me- pric Sanderson of “Beryiyn,”

Intosh, an Accountant with the Navy Gardens.

Groote ree ree a First Trip

racas, e las come over oO . _ < Th. 7 b
spend two weeks’ holiday, and was EAVING for Trinidad oe
accompanied by his wife and three B.W.LA. yesterday morning

children. They are also guests at was Master Robert Simpson, son of
the Aquatic Club, Mr. and Mrs, Jack Simpson of
; U.S. Stock-broker Marine Gardens, Christ Church,
“AV } . Ty f > He is going to spend two weeks in

oF, f Sun- } y .
re re era ts op gt Trinidad with Superintendent and
i che. kates , ” Mrs. Paton at Military Quarters,

back to Los Angeles, California, * Po ae ee
vas Mr. Fred Koenig, a stock- St. James, Trinidad.
broker who was here for the .This is Robert's first trip out of

Christmas holidays as a guest at the island. He will return in time
the St Lawrence Hotel, He was to begin next term at Lodge
accompanied by his wife, School.

- STARS AND YOU
































FOR WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1 OCTOBER to NOVEMBER 22
YOUR INDI VAL HOROSCOPE (Secorple)—Some influences tend to
Look in the section in which your disturb domestic, business harmony,

birthday comes and find what your friendships. Be your ingratiating self

cut ook according to the stars. You can solve such problems

MARC 21 to APREL 20 (Aries)—Start NOVEMBER & to DECEMBER
building a reserve as a nest-egg while (Sagittarins)—Business should be good
vou have time and things are generous this period. Be willing to co-operate

Avoid harshness, quick decisions where you should, Romance highly
APRIL % to MAY 2% (Taurus)—Be favoured {

Celberate in all matters where money DECEMBER 2s to JANUARY 2&1 (Capri-
r” futur ecurity its involved. Don’t corn)—Is a complex bothering you’? Do

hegitate to counsel if the negd presents you feel sl pping in some respects”

itse!? Look around, others are making good
MAY 21 to JUNE %1 (Gemini) use of their talents. Give yourself a

Opt'r n tempered with good common pep talk

ser will hold things in line for top JANUARY ’ to FEBRUARY “%

reguits. Professional people especially (Aquarius)—If you don’t waste time or

doctors, bankers should study possible material you can realize substantial
urgent changes gains in occupation. Don't let handi-
JUNE 2 to JULY 2% (Cancer)—Some ¢ hurt your future ssibilities
deceiving influences Take sturdy hold FEBRUARY ° Pisces) |
of »selfi, problems. Don’t “give in’’ tol Tricky, uncer day in rts but |
worry. There may be gains from yery good for those who are on their
un@xpected sources oes, ready to t when opportunity |
JULY 21 to AUGUST 2 (Lee)—You knocks, Don't ome irritated; smile
el restless, uncertain dur.ng some and win
t get held cf you, YOU BORN TO-DAY: are a happy

of versatility and. philosophy
will bring far-

mb.nation
Striving in confident way

-e for right solutions
PTEMBER 2 (Virgo)









ing rays for mecessary wching accompl.shments. You are prac-
business € urs. Day grows better «cal, dependable, able to rise surely,
towa'ds eve You can make some eftly from humble or hampered bev;u-
aeess 1 Shun moroseness, “feeling sorry
SLPLEMBER &M to OCTOBER % or past ;
(Libra)—Home and professional activi Pirthdate of Chas Edw Stuart,
tes can get appreciable help from frie nds rie Young Pretender to Brit.
ved ones. Avoid petty differences th Gen. Geo. C. Marshall



New

T. R. EVANS

HOPE TO HAVE THE
SERVING YOU AGAIN

T R EVANS

YOUR SHOE STORE
4220

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Phone:

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WE WISH QUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS

A Prosperous
Year

FROM THE WANACEMENT AND STAFF OF

IN

(WHITFIELDS)

ifter One Week
EAVING today for Jamaica
via Trinidad by the Colombie
for a further holiday are Mr. and
Mrs. N. Vidal from Vancouver
3ritish Colombia. They have been
holidaying here for the past week
as guests at the Hastings Hote!
and said they had a very enjoyabie
stay.
From Jamaica they expect to go
New Orleans and then Los
Angeles before returning home. |
Mr. Vidal is a retired Civil Ser-
vant of Vancouver.

On Honeymoon

to

l N BARBADOS on their honey-

moon are Mr, and Mrs. James
W. Prudhomme who were recently !
married in Venezuela.

Mr. Prudhomme, a Grenadian,
has been working for the past 24
years with the Venezuelan Atlantic |
Refining Company in Puerto La
Cruz. This is his first visit to the |
island since he left it in 1918 after
receiving his education at Harrison |
College.

His wife, the former Miss Gladys
Pietri, is the daughter of Mr. and



Mrs. Pedro Pietri of Puerto La
Cruz.
Mr. and Mrs, Prudhomme are

gue~ts at Accra Beach Club, Rock-
ley. They expect to return in Sep-
tember for six weeks’ holiday.

Married Yesterday

ISS HELEN PILGRIM, daugh-
ter of Rev. and Mrs. A. ©.
Pilgrim of Mount Tabor, St. John
left the island yesterday morning
by B.W.LA. for Tobago via Trini-
dad to be married the same even-
ing to Rev, Derek Lyder, Methodisi
Minister of Scarborough, Tobago.
Miss Pilgrim, formerly a teacher
at the St. Kitts Grammar School,
spent a week here with her pa-
rents. She is a sister of Mr. 8.
Pilgrim, who is at present teaching
at the Bishop High School, Tobago

Carlton's Dance

EMBERS of Carlton Sports
Club are having an Old
Year’s dance tonight at, their new
pavilion which was opened Sep-
tember 22. This is the first time
Carlton have staged an Old Year’,
dance at their headquarters and
tonight’s party promises to be a
gay affair



Dancing begins at 9 p.m. and
confinues through until 6 a.rr. |
New Year's morning. Costume
Parade is scheduled for 11 p.m. |

and prizes will be presented for the
best costumes, There will also be
a door prize



Third Visit

M* and MRS. BARON B./
FLOYD of Texas, U.S.A.,

who have been living in Vene-














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‘THE CARIBBEAN NIGHTS TROUPE” present:
A THANKSGIVING SHOW OF 1952

Don't Miss This Sketch
THE PARSON MISBEHAVES
‘eaturing Artistes ---

‘ritch Ivan, Slim Jim, Fire Fly, Mr. Eddie Hal
senorita Belgrave, Prowler, Merlyn Rollock,
Flying Saucer, Hilton Springer
Attraction: THE JU-C STEEL BAND
THE CHAMPIONS OF 1952








































¥ : »)
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Opening Tomorrow 4.30 & % GAIETY % i} REGRET
8.15 p.m. and continuing daily % *
Double Attraction “| & TWO GIANT SHOWS TO-DAY ¢ to all my old friends, cus-
| ® . po - a aan le x tomers and tenants who
so (Bank) 4. ¢ lala ‘
% “RAIDERS OF THE DESERT” ¢))) have not heard from me
y Richard ARLEN & Andy DEVINE §*}}) for Xmas 1952, I salute you
x GEVEN SINNERS” x all, in the name of Our
John WAYNE & ‘ ‘re ;
Nees awe ‘ ” Marlene DIETRICH ¥ Creator that He may con- ,
eich Pe taw S tinue to Bless you, and send
, ” % FRIDAY & SAT 8% PM g you rain, sunshine and
Ol “1 AM A FUG2TIVE FROM A \ Peace.
% OHAIN GANG % od 4
% Paul MUNI % PROFESSOR WEEKES
. . Edward VIII,
PCCOECLL PLO” Christ Church
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Musicat Entertainments From WARNER BRO
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(EAGAN * NELSON
PHYLLIS THAXTER PATRICE WYMORE
ALL FUN AND MUSIC 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.



A 3

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| and Continuing DAILY (Also FRIDAY 2.30 p.m.)

B’'TOWN
(Dial 2310)




































zuela for the past five years are of
back again in Barbados on their } a
third visit and are guests at} | SS ==—_==,
Cacrabank, ae ane 4.45 & 8.00 om 4.45 & & to Friday
Mr. Floyd is an engineer with| | 4 a ntquing , Dats Se
the Superior Oil Company in| Warners Sir | vaee aera }
Caracas and will be remaining | Musical OPERATION | ae
for two weeks while his wife is d SHE'S WORKING ; BIG JIM McLAIN
spending a month. They are both Corn: SECRET | 5 VARS
keen golfers and have already | HER WAY THROUGH | witb cocHHan | prensa
played some games at the Rock-| FROM COLLEGE Miar = Fie ey
oe a ‘ N rite Special Midnite Special
ley Golf and Country Club. eee nen : (Technicolor) fone "Tosnite i
ie virginia Ronaid GAL WHO TOOK Jimmy Wakely
Short Visit | CORNEL KARL STEVE | A Maso HAGAN THE WEST (Color) Double
a E | iene NELSOD Yvonne Dec; RANGE
ISITING some of the islands | IDE . MALDEN: COCHRAN Midnite spec. Tonite Naan | RENEGADES
in the Caribbean on holiday | BUCK PRIVATES oy THE NAVY and
are Rev. and Mrs. Paul Smith of | PHYLLISTHAXTER pO, HOME | emer eoetella., + BOOM Re TWARD
the U.S.A. They arrived on Satur- | "sets 8 web ee nuncio mcoro#D LACK BARK * Thurs. Special 1.3" } ~——
te t . emamwcrs vy HE NRY BLANKE snows les Shute BLACK ¥ kT ARFICAN | ” 3 9
oh xy B.W.LA,. from Grenada on | Dan DURYEA TREASUKE | THU Special 4.30
i short visit and are guests of Rev rn , 1" ' eff MAN FROM TE
e sts «| | Thurs. Speciai Johnny Sheffield ” i
ind Mrs. L. L. Miller of ‘“Eden- | TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 P.M. | 9.30 & 1.36 OKLAHOMA BLUby | derntaera ApEn
ville,” Bank Hall, | and continuing daily. A STEEL FIST & | Bitar tient | G ING BPE
f ; ? SAGE |
, .
Back To St. Lucia PL AZ BARBAREES. BRIDGETOWN | BARBAREES OLSTIN
VM" SYA MASSLAL, Ragin oe rere LF er o . ca ALL PATRONS VIS + THE “PLAS! HEATRES”
_ cer, of the Roseau Company AT THE MIDNITE SHOWS TONITE WILL BE GIVEN A
in St. Lucia, returned home on | MASK FREE!
Saturday morning by B.W.I.A, af- | -- . >
ter spending two weeks’ holiday |
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. | ~~ eeapaameAh BBBEAERECK
M. Massiah of Sion Hill, St. James. ' KROODAL THEATRES
He was accompanied by his wife. |
Also travelling with the Mas-
ahs w: . | et | c S YMPIC
Siahs was their brown bull mas- | ane easy Modes ae nce aah 8. 1kin ROYAL
tiff puppy “Judy”. 445 & 820 pm 4.30 & 8.15 p.m To ney & Tomorrow
|& Continung Daily Republic Double Double 30 & 8.50
ee i r Donald Barry in HOLIDAY CAMP Universal Double
Li ; 1! Universal | Pictures TRAIN TO aia oe er
| seers ALCATRAZ WOLFMAN hadite, titineate
islening Hours | James Stewart and aeeeeetneeseesiinnantensaceemne Shelly ee
| Arthur Kenedy rHE DAKO‘ Midnite Tonight si
i aVEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1952 A in eke ee re A |RAGING TIDE
i 4 pm, 25.53M Midnite tonia suc rbott &
—— BRE New BEND OF THE) Midnite tonight | “Thu Costello and
_4 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily i ws
Barsicee ie pe Bie anaes Dally Shipment RIVER mn re Ate gay (CATTLE. DRIVE
Orchestra, 5 p.m, Cousin Alicky, 5.15 p.m Of olor by Technicolo in (Color)
E.B.C. Scottish’ Orchestra COMANCHE — CODE Starring
6.007.415 pom S1.32M, 49. 71M Bs We, cpl Reel TERRITORY & THE LAWLES*| Joe) McCrea
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1952

Let’s Start The Year Right ae
TO-DAY 5 & 8.20 P.M. TOMORROW > & 8.30
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MENU:
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Chilled Dutch Consomme
Fried Flying Fish
Horseradish Cream Sauce
en Branches
York Ham
Yorshire
Hawaiian
Crant



Assorted Hors D’vcuvres
Traymore Soup
Caper Butter Sauce
Sauteed Red Bream
Asparacus
Conadian
Roast Top Loin of Beef
Braised Crown of Pork
Roast Long Island Turkey
Vege

Pudding
Fritters

rry Sauce



tables :
Dressed Cabbage
Yam Rissoles

Jug-Jug
Rice Portuguese



Potatoes
Baked Crushed Oven Browned
Parsley
Hard &~Brandy Sauce

Mince Pies

Plum Pudding,
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Coups a la Royal
Mixed Nuts
Gold & Silver Mints
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WEDNESDAY,

OV



DECEMBER

31, 1952

_



Weather














are expected to be bette!







Accor | ns in last year
SS >. ve ceive rom 40 ed ¢ L limes, golden apples
ea >» A t th ‘ tegcries S were among the
t a ” of the Isla the for the 1c.pal local fruits obtainable in
a eS ‘ month of ovember, 1952, was the market in November
BROOKLAX is the Casy way |just about average, says Mr. C. C Pests and Diseases
~ Skeete Director of Agriculture, The chief plant pests and dis-
- plemant ¢ re |in his monthly notes on the work eas reported during the month
! - 4 oe ke de = - . - a In the a r= wer cotien mae worm, >
Py t Cc ‘ s s Tho re > et ig VT p ) or gr Pi De
. . showers fell Gn aetueal ha of ae raaade ae. Stee a
BROOKLAX is the safe way \the month, the heaviest and most bact-rial black rot in Cabbage.
#YDN io. Sendai |widely distributed | being on the Control measures are continuing.
Se eile vy oval ae 12nd, 18th, 22nd, 24th and 27th Concentrated feed and green
ED | bowel action |Unfortunately, the northern area fodder were in satisfactory supply“
= jaf the Island received only light throughout the month
| show rs on the 2nd, 18th and 22nd. The Peasant Agricultural In-
“9 RG i MLAX ::: average total rainfall for the structors visited 1,053 peasant
E 5 | month Was 7.77 inches, the aver=- holdings and 19 school gardens in
jage for November, 1951, was 10.80, November, Seven mango trees

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jthe past 105 years was 7.78 inches
| The approximate total rainfall for
jthe Island for the eleven months,

| January to November 1952 is 48.18

jinches, the total for the



yerage for November for

were topworked.

Members of the extension staff
assisted the Co-operative Officer
gt several meetings of co-op*r-
at.ve groups during the month.

Competitions
The final judging of four com-
petitions held in connection with

corres-
ponding period for 1951 was 81.59
inches.

The highest total rainfall for
}November, 1952, at any of the

| above 40 stations was 11.45 inch<-s

lof St, John and the
3.54 inches, measured
in the partsh of St

lowest
Lucy.

Sugar Cane
The sugar cane crop in general
} greatly improved with the
| during the month,
The planting of

the n&w

and, so far, it \ppears as if
germination will be satisfactory
According to returns

1937 (1937—7),
}of can
tions

made
canes
| kinds,
| in 1953 is 257.18 less than in 1952
there is a decfease of
acres of plant canes and an

the total acreage
1953 is 35,982.45
10,454.10 acres

in
up of
and

acres

nd fifth ratoons.
35,982.45 acres
plantations

To the total ¢
to be
must be



added

which is estimated
acres, making ‘a
44,482.45 acr?s.

be
total

to
grand



ber, is the equivalent of 125,00C

tens of sugar; this estimated ton-

recorded at a station in the parish
was
at a station

» Cases
rains

crop
was completed during the month
the

received
under the Sugar Cane Census Act

to be harvested by planta-

plant
25,528.35 ratoons of all
The acreage to be reapea
1,077.89
in-
crease of 820.71 acr2s of ratoons,
he increase is in the third, fourth





area grown by smaller cultivators
8,500
of

The initial estimate of the 1953
crop, made at the end of Novem-

the annual Agricultural and In-
- dustrial Exhibition took place
during the month. Tl ese competi-
tions were as follows:—(a) School
Veg*table Gardens, (b) Peasant
Vegetable Gardens, (c) Peasant
Holdings and (d) Cotton Plots.
The judges were the Plant Dis-
inspector and the acting
Senior Peasant Agricultural In-
structor
Crop Husbandry

The principal operations on the
Stations were those in connection
; with the planting of the 1952-54

ugar cane crop. In addition,
. “catch” crops, such as cabbage
and tomatoes, were planted out on
a field scale.
: There was a
of livestock at
at the end of November
comprised stud animals,
pigs, goats, sheep and
Three hundred = and

total of 119 head
the six Stations
These
cattle,
equines.
sixty-one

gallons of milk were produced.
Six young pigs were sold for
breeding.

Stud Services paid for at the

Stations were as follows:—bulls
134,, bucks 149, rams 46 and boars
making a total of 401 for the
month

Entomological
Overhauling, cleaning and
painting of parasite breeding units
) continue. Field inspections for
prevalence of moth borer and of

» moth borer deposition con-

nage may substantially increas¢ eae
or decrease according to the "nue. 7
weather conditions which prevail Over five hundred larva of the
during the next three or four Corn ear worm were collected
months and the juice quality at ffom areas adjacent to parasite
the time of harvest libsrations, and are being exam-
7 ined to discover whether any of
A detailed statement of the the parasites introduced from
a¢reages of plant canes and ra- Trinidad and liberated for control
foons to be harvested by planta- of corn ear worm have become

tions (of over 10 acres) in the va-
rious parishes of the Island during




established in the field.

Examinations of fields treated

the 1953 crop is. given. The with gammexane earlier in 1952
percentages of plant canes and have been started to ascertain the
various classes of ratoons, as well effects, if any, of the heavier rates
as the percentages of the different of application of this chemical on
varieties to be reaped are also the growth of newly springing
given. plant cane,



First
Ratoons

Plant

Parish Canes

Ss, Michael |

692.89 |

|

| |
|

Ch. Ch, 1,594.25
S. Philip | 1,834.50
S. George | 1,016.94
S. John 959.33
S. Joseph | 487.87
S. Andrew 168.25
S. Lucy 926.50
S. Peter

S. James
S. Thomas



Percentages of Sugar Cane
varieties to be reaped in 1953
Variety : Percentages
B.37161 76.04



B.41211 12.54
B.4098 7.39
B.4 1 1.24
B.41: 1.01

Mixed and Other
varieties 1.78
100.00

Peasant Agriculture

Field as well as garden vegeta-
ble crops benefited from the
showers which fell during. the
latter half of the month, Sweet
potatoes wers in good upply and
early yams also appeared on the
|ma ket during the month, Green
\ve are growing well and
‘ available in good quan-
the end of Dee®mber.
cane crop has shown
improvement since the
rains, Peasant cultivators
planting the 1952-54 crop
iring the month,
Cc picking has }t
has be®n hampered by
rain
Groundnuts
atisfactory progress,






by

tity
The
marked

recent

began





tton



to
Yields this in operation, and the fuzz of one

continue








Summary of Acreages of Canes to be

} 10,454.10 || 10,880.16 |

make







BARBADOS ADVOCATE

arrow. had ripened and had
cut, Routine work was c:
F Second ar

zy trials

been
ried or
Third



a



thousand
have ben potted
r distribution in 1953
Analytical and Chemical

The annual inspection on, and
repairs to the Laboratory Experi-
mental Milling Plant was con
ducted by the consulting en-
gineers in preparation for the
harvesting of this year’s sugar
cane trials of approximately one
and a half tons of cane.

to date



One hundred and = sixty-one
samples received and examined
during the month from various

Government Departments and
from private individuals, are dis-
tributed as under:

Department of Agriculture 83
Official 46
Police Departm®nt 18
Miscellaneous 10
Customs Department 4

161

Work was done for the Central

Livestock Station, the Cultiva-
tion Officer and for the Entomo-
lcgical Department, In addition

Nitrogen and Phosphorus content

of forty-two (42) cane lent sam-

plis were completed

Samples analysed for the De-

partment of Agriculture com-

prised ;—

Leaf Analysis (Agricultural
Chemist) 42

Leaf Analysis (Cultivation
Officer) 2

Milks (Central Livestock
Station) 30

Soils (Agricultural Chemist) 6

9

Waters (Irrigation Officer)
Lead Arsenate (Entomologist) 1

83

Forty-two out of a total of
three hundred and seventy cane
leaf samples accumulated by the
Department during the year have
been analysed colorimetrically for
Nitrogen and Phosphorus, A
suitable quick and reliable method
for Potash determination is still
under investigation,

Milks

Thirty samples of
analysed for
stock Station
returns were

milk were
the Central Live-
at The Pine and

made showing
average fat content and _ solids-
not-fat per cow, The returns
show an increase on the previous

month of 4.25 per cent. in
“average fat content” per cow

Fat S.N.F.

October 4.6 8.6

November 4.8 8.6
Department of Education

Supervision was started on the

reconstruction of the Science Lab-

oratory at Coleridge-Parry and
athe second of a series of three
lectures on the teaching




Elementary General Science t
given by the Government Analyst
to Elementary shers at the
St. Peter's School by re-
quest from the Director of Educa-
tion.

harvested in 1953, from Holdings Of more than 10 acres.





{ 2 : eee Sixth
| Second Third Fourth Fifth Eighth
| Ratoons Ratoons Ratoons Ratoons |} and Tenth Total,
Ratoons
|
| 626.17 30.09 2,278. 9(
8th & 10th}
ad 75 | 89.00 12.00 7.50 |°4,796.7
ee 50 | 58.50 | 5,22
1,009.99 123.34 3.50 | 3,919.93
1,005.62 | 272.75 25.75 | 4,069.14
500.65 120.20 11.50 | 2,067 36
| 41.50 50.75 11.00 ‘ j1 1,756.50
574.00 43.50 6.00 eu | 2,615.50
tn
| ‘687.75 | 170.75 34.50 5.00
605.96 | 9.72
901.00 251.75 27.00
! 8,680.89 4,593.29 131.25 22.50 | 35,982.45

1,220.26

Food Crops and Garden Pesis

Advisory work was maintained
as usual, and because of reports
of alleged ineffectiveness of iead
arsenate in controlling sweet po-
tato army worm, a sample of the
lead arsenate was submitted fox
analy The sample contained
95.4 per cent, lead arsenate, which
is adequate for killing sweet po-
tato pests if applied at the times
and in the manner recommended
by the Department. Late spray
ings to control swarms or armies
which have already formed have
been hampered by recent rain-
falls and by the fact that nearly
fully grown army worms. eat
more but are less easily killed
than are the young worms before
they .develop into armies or
swarms

Wood Ant Control

Seven inspections, treatments
and reports were made on Gov-
ernment buildings and on three
private houses during November.
Advice was given to residents in
St. Andrew, Jackmans and St
James.




Botanical
Breeding work In Sugar cane
was continued at Groves. By the
nd of the month 95 lanterns were

e-
“Sr ‘
j f (Cevabeaes a2e8 AR ping is easier and
£7 gg h aPont* .
* yw * more convenient

{ ‘ 7}



s

Co-Operation

The Co-operative Officer atten:

ed seven regular general mect-
ings of co-operative groups 1"
November, Four were meeting
of registered societies and thr
of unregistered groups In
addition, he attended a meeting

of the Committee of managem®!



of the Sayes Court Marketing
Society, and a function held in
connection with the presentation

of the Certificate of Registration
to the Enterprise Savings Soci*ty

He also presided at a public meet- vessels in harbour

ing sponsored by the People
Consumers’ Society.

Mr. Basil Armstrong, a volun-
tary lead2r in the co-operative

dis-



movement in British Guiana
cussed with local ¢o-operator:
“some aspects of co-operative de-
velopment in British Guiana” at
a meeting convened by the Peo-|
ple’s Consumers’ Society Local |

co-cperators derived great bene-|

fit from the discussion, and wel-

comed the opportunity of meeting |}

* over-
a

fellow co-operator fron



Registration

The Enterpris Co-operative
Savings Society which was re! is-
tered on 24th October was pre-





Visitors — Shop-

if you use local
currency For

best ex-

rates,
change your
travel funds at
our conveniently

located Bridge-

town Branch



NOVEMBER RAIN ABOVE AVERAGE



others









é
Mark:ting Societies

rhre register co-operatir

LOLi¢ a eted their member
cane vi a CO yperativ basi
juring the 1953 reaping seasor
These societies, in accordanc
with the terms of the Domestic
Sugar Agreement, are entitled to







an addit.onal pric, for their cane
Mounting to a total of $618.27
Two of these ot ies rece ©
eir respective amounts durin a
nonth and paid out patronas
dividen t he memb
Fisheries

During the month of November
192, a sur of $174.73 was repaid
by boat-owners against loan:
This makes a total of $82,065.02
repaid to date. The outstanding
balance to the end of November |
is $42,603.67

Interest collected for the mont
imounted to $5.82; this makes a
total of $1,170.58 in interest paid

date

Th flying fish season opened

th a fairly high percentage o!
oats operating Some large
itches have been recorded

‘Lruguay’ Pays
“irst Visit
For Season

Paying her first yisit to Bar-
bados for the season is the Mooré
MeCormack liner “Uruguay”

lhe Uruguay is one of tha three
Neighbour ships—the other
the Brazil which has
Ned here this season
and the Argentina which is
to arrive here on January 14

“Uruguay” will make two more,
calls at Barbados during March
when she arrives on March 12
and again on March 25. This linet
will also open the Summer season
on June 17

Yesterday, taximen p a t
their cars on the Pierhead near
the Baggage Warehouse in prep-
aration fer the ship's arrival this
morning. By two o'clock yester-
day, th*re was no parking space
‘efit. This is the ship's first port|
of call since she left New

York. |
COLOMBIE COMING
The French liner Colombie also
hrrives in port to-day on her
outh-bound voyage with passen-
gers fro Southampton and Le«
Hiavre. |
She leaves lat»; the day for
Trinidad and her regular Carib- |
bean cruise before returning |
Barbados. Local agents for
Colombie are R. M. Jones & Co
ho are also agents for the
Vioore McCormack liners

SCHOONERS

Good
two being

already ¢
aque

ked

in

the |

KREPAINTED |

Many schooners have |
painted recently Among
being the Franklyn D.R.,
has sinee begun to load
British Guiana

Over the last week-end, two
have, been repainted
They are the Mary M, Lewis and
the Emeline Both of these
fchooners trade between_ Barba-
dos and British Guiana

The Mary M. Lewis is
painted grey with a yellow streak
and the Tmeline, black,

Frances W, Smith and the
Harriet Whittaker have also been

been re-
them
which
lime for



how



repainted The — latter left on
Monday for the Fishing Bank
Frances W. Smith still in the
Care nape
KE REPAIRS

The schooner Confident IG
which arrived in port last week

in the inner Careenage under-
going keel repair

This sehooner sailed into port
from Dominica with a large ship-
ment of cocoanuts and copra
Captain J. Flemming is in com-
mand of the vessel which is con-
signed to the Schocner Owner

sociation,

UNLOADING





The unloading of ships’

care-
ZOOS continued yesterday 4
jaundhes towing fighters mrade
frequent trips to and from the

In port were
the Saguenay Terminals liner
Sunametia, the Prospector of the
Harrison line, the Canadian
Cruiser and the motor ship Diala
flying the Norwegian flag

|

One piece creations by
Model Mode of form-flatter-
ing Swimsuits in Lastex.

Sizes 32—42 and price
' ranged from $13.12 — $28.11
Beautiful colours and colour
combinations in a choosy

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Beach Bag.

packed

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( r sit P
firideetown érinted oy the Advocate Co. 1.4d., Broad parat ve ¢ t l lied. Other animals
a oe F x ¢ ee 7 k \ after being given im-
Wednesday, December 31, 1952 E . 2 e ¢ rat of sacking
ia P i witt and whisky.
, , 7 ‘ to breathe
"oR? . .
HOUSE BUILDING - aia ae
i wher butcher who owns
TO-MORROW the tw elf-aid hou i Be eS tat
1 icn safely sur-
experts wt re comir to Barbados ved f will provide his
Mi ‘ f i ae fellow to I in the Scottish
supervise a pi self-aid buildiny sche Se at al Christmas joints
are expected to arrive in Barbados for a : mn ner A. - n
stay of tw nth I overnmen | ( ealth ould
Barbados cz t be accused of any luke- | rm anh ed
wer ney UKed
warmness in its approach to building | e P Ministers
self-aid method The Housing Manage mere th ori : re
Mr. Lashley earlier this year visited Anti- | untr ‘
‘ ) ~ > Setar
ua, Jamaica and Puerto Rico and not | ,‘ nperiat preferen
mat weeks a the two self-aid expert | p ecognised by all
who have been loaned to the Caribbean f a pe Fg a
. : | eh vide be but many
under a grant made in accordance with the | in Britain believe that the inter-
. “ ts ¢ ‘ommonwealtt I
American Point Four technical aid pro- | , i Commonwealth's own
: member hould have top priority
gramme were invited to Barbados by Gov-
~ : And it is disturbing to read in
ernmen [he preliminary approaches the Conference's comnituiaue th
self-aid housing, it seems, have been suc- inference that the Commonwealth
aint ‘ eS 4 will soon be seeking dollar aid for
cessfully made. But the government seems | Geveloping her territories
to have left almost to the last minute the For there is in that the impli-
. ‘ ation that the Commonwealth,
arrangement of a detailed plan of oper: hich contains an abundancy of
tions to be followed during the stay of nearly all the world’s vital raw
AN . 3 iterials, can no longer stand on
Messrs. Garcia and Hanson. her ows fealaiid dp her own work
There are many in Britain to-
t : \ » arrive 1] d ho would have been happier
It was not until the arrival Barbad Hf tha: Balika CadlMabere Hae as
last month of Messrs. Garcia and Hanson unced such outside help, even ‘ Besht free shamples
that heads of departments were summon had aoa Soir work for I've ever tashted!”
veryone in a — _
ed together and given detailed informa- And there are some who point
al t lf-aid } ‘ ’ Tt was to feated enemies Ger- Other prime Smithfield Show
tion about selt-aic 10USINg. Ss ah n and Japan. Those two coun- animals will find their way to the
surprising in view of the fact that Mr. uric with almost unbelievable tables of London restaurants. One
Lashlev’ "e . self-aid |} sing had drive and effort, have re-eStab- establishment is serving cuts—
zashieys report on self-aic cadena diteiaasen hed their economies during the marked with a blue rosette—at a
been available for several weeks and var years '* a manner which price of twenty-five shillings.
aes neics ha been thoug impossible. ' .
ought to have provided sufficient ‘fils i- The Home Secretary, Sir David
tion for a plan of operations to have been Fog Maxwell Fyfe, is a witty and able
okies apap ag am ‘ London's great fog, which for talker and a brilliant lawyer in
agreed aa during the visit last month + three days descended on the addition. To hear him in a court
of the two self-aid housing experts i in its worst post-war of law is an object lesson in the
Instead a committee to advise on self-aid tox k a toll of ve MAT ohbixtsie then to hear
; nim as well ¢ yeople s s risit ‘
housing was not appointed until during Eleven prime cattle being shown his wife, Lady Fyfe, tell a Betoun
; p, + , Smit . . > < alt é orum meetin, 1a a
the visit of the experts and for the first at the famous Smithfield Fat Stock Liberal d g a

She choked in it



time during that visit the proposed site at ttlemen and veterinary sur-

Clincketts in St. Lucy was visited and eons tried to save them with
> . : ep cade . ane irugs and whisky, but in vain.

inspected by some heads of the depart- nha’ cimels. threats. aud. itngs

ments represented on the committee. had become irritated and they

Before the departure of the experts 5

in November it was agreed that the

Manager of the Housing Board shou!'d

construct two pilot houses according to
designs approved by the Committee.
This week a locally manufactured block

. 7
making machine commenced to make con- A ‘endnun io. Bite req iby brett Oliver
. *ke for > , ses ¢ armament has been inevitable
crete blocks for the two pilot houses at oat RT ee eter et ath’ peek ot £000 willicm) tn
the Bay Estate. Meanwhile the Commit- o, it was becoming clearly 1953, whereas the three-year
g j » ¢ rise lf ai ig apparent that the nation rearmament programme drawn
tee appointed to advise on self uid housing ae ea, could not carry the up by the Labour Government
has continued to hold meetings and con- burden of a staggering defence provided tor only £600 milléon,
: : hind } as uc , » rest yas eing sAUSEC
tacts have been made with individuals bill. It bey too esp a a ene IS EN y
> » =. ls count which was §& Ze g i ) > ks,
the parish of St. Lucy where the first pilot any case to regain its financial Mr. Churchill has therefore
scheme is to be ¢ mpted. stability Peta seae ar? ' ws
scheme is to be attemy , Therefore, Prime Ministe: intervened ge prea. im even
There has however been no official Churchiil'sscarmouncement:.that pigher en ailing on the
announcement from the government as to oe, brea es00. ian British economy generally, As
: ss : xe kep W in a i , ht : et ie) a
the individual or department which will ]} ceiling did not come as a sur- ong bs — budest ab ~
be responsible for the implementation of | prise to British industry engaged jiition annually, ;
the scheme. The indications are that the | °"phe surprise, such as it was, ioe he, keep defence produc.
atti ion co. ow a ce ig oO j
government having sent Mr. Lashley to gontzed, onthe oomie’ Diltnns: Khe. (CG MMeRnenE otha
. ecisio o re ‘e produc I ;
see self-ai singe schemes i » fie) ninibds nanteline sirore , elected to revise its pattern of
see self-aid housing schemes in the d present front line aireraft, at the airtrath. outcuk ite “nents
are reluctant to give him full responsibility aay ae sheasniee ats ans itS ture of planes already in f
for the pilot scheme at Clincketts. The | troduction of new and still more- {Cale Production is to be reduced,
suggestion to start a pilot scheme at advance types, trated on the selected super
Clincketts appears not to have originated Is th's wise? There are som pesarthy woes Be Hewieet
. . am Taha me oy r § f an Jé >
with the Manager of the Housing Board Ais Poon Bn Pagar Mie 7 re fighters, the Valiant and Vulcan
but with the Social Welfare or some othe existing jet planes in service as ab on pa ge ERO ee
cA”. . — + The ? can possibly be supplied. They * x = ore?
government department. The Housing Peat Sieh TY eat eed oa: ait ae eeaor
Added emphasis on the pre
Manager is not himself a head of a | Russia, the initial need would duction of these aircraft. is
department but acts under the instructions | ®¢ for quantity and not necess~ commendable, for, in many res-
irily quality in the air force sent pects 3r s se ir rce
f the Housing Board, Unfortunately one to. defend West I ae ghee hee pag tore ig 2
oO ousing board, 9 avely 1e up to defenc estern Kurope. is approaching absolescence. The
of the representatives on the Housing | Russia has been building a quesuon, however, is whether
B iM G@ f Ad ‘ fvaqtiantis a ive striking ee by ag Britain will have time to get her
oard Mr. G. . Adams is frequently al! out on its proved aircraft, advanced planes into the air in
. ! . . lig c shte * ri : ; .
absent from Barbados and the meetings of like the Mig 15 fighter And numbers before anything starts
: everal less-publicized bombers in Europe, providing, of course
the Board sometimes break up through yuld there be a repetition of'something’ does start. Everyone
, jattle of Britain, it is asked? a6 rw c 5
lack of a quorum. ’ hopes nothing will, but if it does
a : sh hile )Siahant ay 1940, Britain had two superb the balance of survival could be
The self-aid housing experts are arriv- aireraft in the air — the tipped by the number of aircraft
Spit i the H But ;
: : . : ei Leia A} salt ‘ Spitfire and 1e urrican® ut ready
ing it would appear before the government A ern Si A dy,
5 ; PI 5 ; 3 there were only a few, danger- Exact details of how greatly
has decided upon whom responsi ility for ualy few , ts production is to be reduced have
- . hoes Thats. 407 AS 992 ends, the nitec t been disclosed. The i od-
the pilot scheme is to rest. That is a great K 1 gas, no 1e immec
ingdom stands onger than it jiate effect will be the temporar
pity. Messrs. Garcia and Hanson have has dons since 1943 There is unemployment of a 2.500
: ‘ I bt that the R.A.®, has far reraf vorkers wh it i
y ’ ; spe Jarbadas re ia aircraft workers, though it is
only two months to spend in Bar more aircraft in its hangars than expected the majority of these
and the incidence of the vestry elections Ok Pe nee Lege is a ae will be diverted to other fac-
ee a oa oer doubt th it could do with still tories in their areas
during the first fortnight of their stay / t areas,
5 ' as quickly as they can
cannot but handicap the commencement of e produced The employment prospect is
the scheme. A vestry can hardly be asked ce Go Slow not bleak for the industry. It is
; Be rs 1 34 Now | come the Government's estimated that ten thousand more
to appoint a self-aid liaison officer until it of © slow'on airplane ovt- workers will be needed by the
is certain of the personnel of its own | P It is necessary, as Mr, end of next year for the expand-
Pv we : ‘chill pointed out, because u ilitary programme alone,
vestry. The initial propaganda which is the total defence production bill Export orders for civil aircraft
necessary must therefore be conducted by was he : towards an impos- will help also,
an agent of the central government and MO oe
the ideas of the Social Welfare Depart- | QP yp ge Readers Say: °
ment and of the Housing Board may not
coincide with the views of the Housing \mas Doncticns books or magazines, ma those
Manager whom the government sent at To the Editor, The Advocate— who in any other way have shown
; ‘ : feat hora SIR,—The Women’s Canadian their sympathy and kindness to-
the taxpayers’ expense to gain first hanc Club would be most grateful if you Wards the patients

Already
for

experience of self-aid schemes.
the government may be criticised

LONDON



















could all
their

»w them space to publisi

nas donations









; 4 ‘lub has just given away
allowing the date of the self-aid housing of $1.415.00 to the follow-
experts’ arrival to have drawn so near ‘ s ;

ar *ifare, tev. Godso

without having commenced the vigorous





Charitie













Committee
of their

wife's function was to be “the one
who listens”.

“Nonsense. In marriage no ong
should be subservient,” retorteu
Lady Moore-Guggisberg.

“Quaker wives are best,

I be-




My thanks, however, would be
incomplete without special men-
tion of the members of the Visiting
who have given much
valuable time and a
ance in looking after the welfare













Old Gentlemen's Home, Of the patients; Mrs, E, N. Bai-
educational campaign without which the } Almair Home, St. Vincent De Paui, lance and her Committee who for
h t ssibly succeed St. Margarets, Miss Gibson, Father â„¢@ny years have provided the
scheme canno spokes y succeed. Parkinson, St. Patrick. St. Leon- Patients and the staff with an an-
Self-aid housing is not a new name for ard’s Soup Kitchen, Mrs. Browne’s "ua! Christmas Treat and gifts:
cheap houses nor is it an easy way to Sunday School, Braithwaite Home, 42d Mr. Cecil Sampson for his
r . - . . Cathedral Charities, Haynes Mem- 800d work in providing entertain.
acquire a house, It means that a man must orial, St. Paul & St. Ambrose ment by way of cinema shéws etc
not only help to build his own house but § Home, Cash Boys’ Fund, M: I should also like to take this
he h cea fs » fourtee her me Beckle Baby Cre Goodwill opportunity on behalf of the pa-
the ouses of some fourteen other men, League, Baby Welfare League, tients and the staff t » wish every-
It means that the work must be done at ¢ Arc! Scholarship, Salvation one a happy and’ prosperous New
inconvenient periods early in the morn- [ 4™™y, B _ Yearwood Home Yeat ;
. : ( ties, St. Philip I have the honour to be,
ing and late at night and over a long Y W.c A zaretto, Sir,
period. When the full significance of Your obedient servant, —

7 t ; : ; n anticipation Cc. E. EDWARDS,
what the scheme means is brought home i Risharintendant,
to everyone the need for early and effective Sincere THE, LARGRES ro,

“ah 3 ; “E NIBLOCK ck Rock
propaganda will be apparent. As yet the a Say ata a fai og
government is still to make up its mind Thank: The Mails From U.S.

1 hanks
upon whose shoulders full responsibilit Py the ‘Ndlier whk Ade To the Editor, The Advocate,
for the pilot scheme should rest. Until SIR,—Kindly allow , SIR —1 am hoping that you will
. ‘s . i me space lr your most
it does an effective propaganda campaign | ) ly read journal, to ask the
: ‘ v ur the ul juestion that almost every W.I
cannot be carried out he eithe é nt gifts, who now resides in the Metropolis






























Oc > JES yr, DECEMBER 31, 1952
ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY, I
THE LITTLE SHOP
lieve, and Quaker homes are based JOHNSON’S STATIONERY BUILDING,
on equality,” commented the Dow- | A | M Broad Street,
ager Lady Barlow } i cae c THE BEST VALUE
“A wife should gupport her hus- AR THE LIQUOR STORE W ITH THE : ” V ‘ =
band—if she believes in what he Whisky from $4 0 a bottle Gi m 1 t
does,”’ stated Viscountess Simon (By NEWELL ROGERS) | The Best Wine nd Cockspt Y
“I think husbar and wife ” = — =
: 5 it between them- ret a SS —— eee ez
ves.” was WVicountess Runci- He Ae NEW YORK !
man’s tactful viewpoint. IMAGINE starting to build a submarine}!

All the ladies were in agreement
though when Lord Simon proposed
that “‘women, as well men,
should become peers for life.”

Used-Car. Racket

The big used-tar racket, which
fouriy ed in post-war years is dy-
ing a ‘natural death as a result of
‘he increasing number of new
motors coming on the home mar-
ket

At the end of tne
were difficult to obtain,



as

war, when cars
racketeers




found w and means of dispos-
ing of their motors “second-hand
es far above cost price.

Thus the values of second-hand
cars soared.

Over the last twelve months
prices have slumped. The prices
of a second-hand 1945 Ford Pre-
fect is down by nearly one hun-
dred pounds to around £366. A
second-hand 1945 Vauxhall 10 is
down by around£180 to £372

More expensive models have
shown sharper drops

The 1949 Vanguard has slump-
ed from £885 to £500; the 1948
Morris “6” from £900 to £460

The motor trade believes that
prices of these u ed cars will fall
another ten per cent. before the
New Year.

With bus fares going up it will



soon be cheaper to buy a car to
go to work.
Biggest Job
The world-wide broadcast of

next June’s Coronation will prob-
ably be the B.B.C.’s biggest-ever
single job.

About 250 commentators and
observers will be on duty; in
addition to the broadcasts in Eng-
lish, accounts will be given in 41
languages.

And sixteen or seventeen tele-
vision cameras will be set up at
vantage points,

Two hundred and fifty sound
and television engineers will
operate various outside broadcast
points, while Post Office engineers
will provide some four hundred
sound television circuits

Those parts of the ceremony
which are televised will be re-
corded. The films will be flown
immediately to all countries with
hath hsriaes aac

New Emphasis On Britain's
Military Aircraft Production

The
affects

unemployment
only about one per cent.
yf the industry s labour force,
less, it is said, than the average
loss because of turnover in
month.

temporary

a

More Labour

Besides the
for more labour
programme, more men will also
be meeded for the: expanding
output of aircraft for port,

One result of, the stretch-out,
as it is called, is that the indus-
try will now be able to boost
sales of certajn types of military
aircraft for overseas countries
Firms which have had to turn
down opportunities for export in
the past because of heavy com-
mitments to the British sex
will now be open for this
ness. Similarly, more space,
power and machine capacicy

continued need
for the military



e



bu
man:

be available for the production
of civil planes, particularly ,
gas turbine-powered types.
Aircraft exports are now at
an annual rate of £43 million
and this does not yet in
any exports of jet or turboprop



nsports,

Explaining the reasons for the
planned slow-down Mr, Church-
ill said the former 3-year pro-
gramme was originally produced



to meet a great emergency. The
new programme follows the
broad lines of policy he laid
down last July when he said:
“If this cold war ordeal is t
continue — and it certainly does
not rest with us — we must o7
ganize our defence on lines
which do not require a con-
stantly expanding expenditure of
money and materials over an
indefinite period.”

At the same time, Mr, Church-
ill explained how this new
assessment of the country’s posi-
tion would allow an increase in
exports, including the export of
armaments to friendly and allied

ba ga
This diversion of resources
from defence to the export
drive,” said Mr, Churchill, “is
just as necessary for our military
ftrength as for our daily lives.
It would help to develop output
to its full strength, “with all tha
means for reserve power in tne
pipelines should war come.’
gt —L.E.S.

of greater New
asking.

It sad to re
sickening case
employee w
t wi te

York and vicinity



call the heart

which a postal
onvicted in con-
confiscation of
ily two days ago, a
lady from ‘Brookls nm remarked to
me, that in more than one year,
she has found it almost impossible
to get letter through what seems
to be an invisible or an unauthor-
iscd censor, who despite the
Court's sentence in that memor-
able case, and the brillisnce of the
F.B.I. here, is continuing such a
grave procedure

Not long ago, | was in the Wheat
province of Saskatchewan, Can.,
continuing my Theological studies
only to be jarred by letters from
my friends, whq claimed they had




r
ne

mail,



t





not heard one word from me since
I was away.
Such an action by who ever it

be, can only be termed as deprav-




ed and degenerate; and such an
action can only lead to controv-
ersy ong friends who ve

much appreciate the warm and
glowing correspondence of their
relntives, loved ones, and friends.

We on this si
the hour, when

to
ty

ie look forward
those in author













would seek to expose crime and
corruption in high places nd
enact strong leg'slation ‘ deal
It terrible to write
wait in continual expectancy
u scelviy a reply
v. HAROLD SKEETE,
York City,

in a hole in a cattle pasture 160 miles irom |
salt water.

Yet this is happening tonight with Sea}
Wolf, America’s second atomic submarine.
The 179-foot hole is lined with concrete. It
is to be the base for a gas-tight radiation-
proof sphere.

Prosperous

New Year

TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS

The pasture is near Schenectady, New
York home of the General Electric Com- From
pany. G.E.C. has the contract for the sub- WILKINSON & HAYNES Co., Ltd.
marine. Successors To
| Inside the sphere a prototype atomic

Cc. S. PITCHER & CO.

Phone 4472, 4687 BECKWITH STORES

—=_—=—

engine will be built. Experiments will be
,easier there than at sea.

It will be a different engine from the one

being built for A-sub No. 1, the Nautilus.
|No. 2 will operate at higher energies.
} The U.S. Navy says either Nautilus or Sea
| Wolf will be able to sail under the Polar
jice pack indefinitely—atomie submarines do
not need oxygen for engines. And the crew
| will get air from a device that takes oxygen
from sea water,

Power note: lb. of
| 2,600,000 tons of coal.

RIGHT across the Pacific Ocean Genera]
| Eisenhower and his chief advisers secretly
| work out the future policy of the new US.
| Government.

When will we find out what they decided?
~—When Eisenhower makes three speeches :
his inauguration address on January 20, his
later State of the Union message, probably
delivered to Congress in person, and his
budget message to Congress,

Watch for these and you will know where
America is going.

HAMBURGER is selling in Chicago meat
}markets for 2s. less than a year ago. Fourtl
grade sirloin steak is at the lowest price ir
eight years,

; Why this mountain of
post-war history?

High prices encouraged cattle and hog
|raising: the passing of the horse, driven out
|by the tractor, opened new pastures: won-
|der drugs put meat on animals faster: weed-
killers and fertilisers produce more feed at
lower cost.

LEVER BROTHERS has just built a glass
skyscraper on Madison-avenue to house the
| 1,200 members at its American headquarters.
And now the United States Government
ifiles a suit to grind their establishment, if
not the building—into bits.

The Government contends that Lever and


















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uranium equals

meat, largest in





Drapes

its chief rivals, Proctor and Gamble, and

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet, are monopolising

American housewives’ soap and cleanser Bedspreads
business,

It demands that they be broken up into
|smaller competing companies.

| AKRAM YOUSIFF SOHL chose a, nove’
means to pay for his schooling at America’s
Tulane University. He tried to smuggle in
| £35,000-worth of morphine in the false bot-
tom of his suitcase.

He will probably have to continue his
studies in jail, for he was caught at the New
York airport, and confessed.

IN Alabama Judge Walter Jones demands
the return of the whipping post “to protect

Net Curtain

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the rights of law-abiding people.”
He wants sterner laws on pleas of insanity a ee i
in criminal trials and a majority of the jury CREDONNE os veeenerer tye grt ae
jto decide verdicts. CHENILLE BEDSPREADS .................- 19.85
CALIFORNIA astronomer Seth Nicholson|}} PRINTED NET CURTAIN MATERIAL from .. .84
has discovered a 12th moon of Jupiter, but REPP 1.57
Se ee OD Pe eet eme SSI Ue AVIA: ir Pe OE Se rine nang oe eee eee ee ae ee ee tae ir ;
Nicholson discovered three other Joviar AE RP RREREIS ? Fis by Ric pene cn Nees eee from 5.00

moons, Three travel round the planet east
to west, nine west to east.

NORTH Atlantic air freight will shoot up
340 per cent. in the next four years, says air-
line chief Raymond Norden. He has applied
{to Washington to operate an all-freight
|service to Britain and Western Europe.

INFLATION leads Superintendent Parker
Hancock to ask the New Hampshire Govern-
ment for authority to pay State jail convict
ls. 9d, a day for their work instead of 1s.

SUGAR RAY ROBINSON will not get
| back his middle-weight boxing crown in his
home state of New York simply because he
agrees to fight Turpin in London next June

That is too long to wait for a Robinsor
fight, says Robert K. Christenbery, chairman
|of the New York Boxing Commission.

MORE ENJOYABLE WITH “GOLD BRAID”

* * * COCKTAILS
PRESIDENT TRUMAN set up a military COCKTAIL PARTY SPECIALS.
manpower commission of civilians. Now TEMPTERS Faerie ee

President-elect Eisenhower has told them
to get to work. Their job is to find ways of|
getting more fighting power out of 3,600,000
men and women in uniform. Today they |




Coloured Onions.
Cheese in Pkgs.

mb Legs.

ozen Fish.

Frozen Peas.
Frozen Strawberries.
Lima Beans.
Succotash.

Prunes.
Cashew Nuts.

started under the leadership of Genera! diuhaees Cern Kernals,
avi . : ‘A. ee ? Asp. Tips.
David Sarnoff, head of the Radio Corpora aii iat Shrimps Dried.

tion of America.
The Rev.

Cranberry S.uce.

Anchovy Paste. Red Currant Jelly.

Martin Luther Hux is going to}











Y Lobster Fruit Puddings.

burn a copy of the new revised standard Sidi Apple Rings—96-. per Ib,

; : : + ia ) Lobs as ——at

|Bible in public. He accuses the Nationa’ “tn pod igs LIQUOR DEPT

a : af : ’ Anti Pas , ‘1 Par
Council of Churches of Christ of making ar Tooth Picks Dubonnet. Claret .
“immoral profit” from it by holding on to Ch aint Tdattremmnitets

| . . ‘ x : eese Biscuits. : -

jcopyright. And he denounces its substitu- oe ae el

: 34 ein * 's Sherry.

|tion of new words for some of those in the a bi: thaea SPE as Marver's Bheery.

|King James Bible. Dry Sack.
‘ ‘ ‘ PHONE ee Cure.

omireau,
SHIPBUILDERS envy four orders for Creme de Menthe.
I Fides B : : : ; n Benedictine
| iners received by British yards in a fort-} nK ington Ale.
jnight. Says the New York Times: “Not al rioiadie oe k
; unada r rinks,

Is single passenger liner is under construction|}} WE DELIVER Gold Braid Rum (3 yrs. old)
or on order in the United States.” ————— nes !




WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31,
Inguiry Into Death

Of 75-Year-Cld Man

Before Police Coroner

1952

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PARTY







CHILDREN’S

Fined Far
Negligent
Driving







































I Wi I B. Griffitt
‘ ¢ Seal {
ry as : . St. J paid
4 HI LIN in the inquest on the death of 7: 1 4 di in isonn
William Bishop of Bush Hall, St. Michael was begun at wile 1 labour for causing
he wistric 4” Pol Court yesterday afternoon by Hi Seees Se A ene Sone ROE
Worship Mr G. B. Griffith Acting Police Coroner of Dis Belle G Mean Det. 7 Bee
' "ea i ourned until January 2 G. H, Farmer appeared a
Bishop was a wa ken to € Sea Sgt. Alleyn
General Hospit ul oor 0) id died for Police
va c three days later rt Clarke lriver of the
ir und wlisle Griffith a 21-year-old ! M-1378 that he park
son of Redman’s illag>, St Belle Gully road on
omas told. the court that while et inc vhile it was
was riding |} cle on car collided with it A
Bridge abot am. on I the car
De 4 the deceased sudden!s
Fags anieihs- Ahk road ais cases INDECENT LANGUAGE
yesterday, His ip Mr. ¢ th the bicycle
Griffith took evidence from thre The deceased fell to the Felton Legall a labourer of
witnes and 1 d he noticed that he I i, Christ aw
another important witness could ceased was bleedi on
at geass ioned to th i a nt
irst to give evidence was D d is stage the Coroner ad- os Hh hard fat H
A. S. Ashby who performed , the the “inquest until Jan- Me : A : .
post mortem examination on “the yary 2. t
body of Bishop at the General DIED FROM ANEURISM : Las
Hospital Mortuary on Dk 23 : alleg th
He said that the leceased was Dr. A. S, Ashby who perform- th ffence was committed
identified to him by Enid Bi hop’ ed a post mortem ex fnination THERE was plenty to oat at Gravesend Beach yesterday when the Dorcas League held their annual : “2 wi the bus was belr
The man’s apparent age was on Monday on the body of Rich- Christmas party t n Collymore Rock road
about 70 and there was a healed ard Bovell a labourer of the Pine eimai 5 = —s st. Michae
abrasion on the right temple. Housing Scheme, St Sgt. Alleyne of Central Poli

When
abscess
present.



ted for the Polic
ot represented



the skull was removed ar

l attributed
and a blood clot were

yesterday

ci Dorcas League

oh: Concert Given (2) 8:
The dead body of Bovell, a 38- Gives Party

THEFTS REPORTED

155 Years Old

Ill Penny,



A George 155







































































parents sent u for the NEW YEAR

coming year, ood wishe

firms

more, but it depends on vy

whether the children can be sent, from the following

*
Both lungs were congested and year-old watchman, was found y B rT td kre Pre
I gest an é i lan, Wwe unc ears Id, ‘ neentl
the heart was not normal. In lying on Upper Collymore Rock a . ’ | found in Goodland by Keith ’ risOne i 5 . netta) Waterman of Good
his opinion death was due to road, St. Michael about 11.30 a.m, ¢ I or Children | Belgrave of Thomas Gap X . St. George yesterday re
pneumonia. on Dec. 29 by 24-year-old chauf- Wes.bury Road. The coin f { ( eCli¢ aury d to the Police that her
In answer to Sgt. Howard who feur Reuben Rice of Beckles Beef st plit pez and ri which is abcut twice the = y ~ e vas broken and entere
is conducting the inquest for the Road. y ind sweet poiat« thickness of th modern between 8.30 a.m. and
Police, Dr. Ashby said that “the The body was removed by th: penny, has on one side the rhe t f ( 1 : ) pwn n Dec. 29 and some
injury on the head cou'd have Police to the Public Mortuary. ef Gecrze TI, around ‘ a Variety ¢ rt tolen
ee Sue if the se iia ae > Saban was Gravesen which is inscribed GEOR- n dur t ‘ tian ee
allen 0 ed dpvn_ by GIUS Ili D.G. REX, and on cexes 0 Vaikers,
* moving as a bicy- Cub Service ‘ | the other is Britannia, carry- tended and 1 c the { \ndre . -P yrted Ay at ner
or. ; n \lso > ing in one hand a trident, were | E> t \ ; Ast is broken and entere
Enid Bishop of Bush Hall, St A Cubs’ Own will be held at cheese undwict nd in the other a thistle t Mr. 1 er, Hi etime between p.m. and
Michael said the deceased was Erdiston on Sunday, January 4 c i oO is side, there is insorib- Lordshi t} Chit isti id 15 Dec. 26 and the
her husband and on Dec. 4 he at 430 p.m. for Cubs, Recruits BRITANNIA, and it is Captain C, E. R 7 in eash which she
was in an accident on Tudor and their Akelas. Those attend- year nee i nation lated 1797. It w the pu e of t in a drawer in a bedroom
Bridge with a bicycle. After he ing should arrive not later than i ‘ he Dor I its k ev tolen
was discharged’ from the Hos- 415 p.m, given childre Chr i eee f ; ss t} Victor Maxwell of Spoor
pital on Dec. 11 he never appear- Parents and Group’ Scout- The P 1a lw en k¢ 3 . Pp. . ' eo. Hil t. Michael reported
ed normal at home but complain. masters are invited to attend th long the i¢ 1 ‘ 100 I oor I eople oO 1 he } ! ) l ring valued at 6
ed of pains in his head Service. land near Needhar ntl ‘ io a the p t t 1 from his hou
hou Gel Provisions The J
First Blind B’dian Child 80300 0° | ¢ st, ated in the Prison, was, first Lat $6
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irst In¢ dian Child ee a ! , pros {hought of by Major A. n'a car the BYOp
. C. B, Gooding tl, Founde keaC tmas di } ae os a of Gre H
Goes Abroad For Training “ ac ‘ and say | i I day i th V i h (
oes yroac or FAMINS tre becue I ey to purchase the pro ninstrel ked on Green Hill road
and hich played est ‘ V wa ibed | nem- : . ; hael about 7.30 p.m, on D
T rh . ‘ y . ‘ . Some of th | t \ ! = vere s ‘ :
SEAWELL, Dee. 30.—The first blind Barbadian child—a Gyrittmas Carol eo P peettid F ie eee BRR AN ae ae elves, under the dire ‘ fond dita ae marin
little girl of five—-to go abroad for training at a School for In the evening th ildrer rhe Y.M.C.A, giv , tion of Major Foster re tolen from the stor
the Blind, left Seawell by B.W.LA., this morning for Trini- played th ! icke clergyme I Prison’s Steel Band, ar wrUr & Co, at Pal
. he § ( ’ $ : . ‘ san Al y he
dad where she will enter school and learn all the normal Party aia ith to di e the e string instrument e all ea : ane
5 i of € ; 3 rt ‘ 30 pn
school subjects taken by a normal child. 0 fare 1 1 ee made by: prison 10 and, the | )
Her course of training in Braille I fro ( i he Y.M.C.A. and ar 4 peat S ; ris ’ he Police are making investi
has been sponsored by the Barba- ‘ which wa ¢ ed ad . one < 4 me el £ the these report
d Association for the B Pe Ae ee Phe even entertain abishestitieiesmly
Deaf and Dumb, and the cost of | ildren — 5 mos. opened with a number by the
her tultion will be borne on ed themselves, At aye WWARSALTESE” SOLD Stee! Band, and this was followed LINER DID NOT CALL
ifty basi y the local Association durin tl eatir pro Ane ! wa tese whic d t sor Other ng ulso ir
and the Parish of St. Peter from gramm one child v rece lock has bee te ed t 1D! amme, Ma ) I -
where the child comes. eard aski another; But i to Capt O. M. Watts Ltd., Foster little grand-daughte1 Al MARTINIQUE
Accompanied by a Betty George, it looks as_ the 7 SES F This company contributed to the evening's en he Holland-American tourist
Arne, Social Welfare Officer, and are coing to eat until you burst Ramead » yacu and shipping terlainment by rendering AWAY liner Nieuw Amsterdam which
he Matron of the St. Peter Alms- - reenearniienitinei nitions gear, IN A MANGER, and tl is fol lled sarbad *hris .
t house ‘where » child has lived yr Ma es forn ly: a lowed by JOY TO THE WORLD ied at Bar in A ¢ sally
1 P pal 1 r .. _ < wa : rly ) 1- ’ i y . \ i NL, i not call at Martinique be
mane < ; ‘1 7 a 2 4 ie I repa fation I or ‘ by M Jack Teller who 5ung by the Prison Choi fore ming here. Due to the
pe Sete ae ad int 6 na ne a , ht the 2 icht over from Las ae included play en break of foot and mouth
ort nez ess a fle ’ # 3 is to Barbado Since her titlec S YOU WOULD PR , ‘ ; ‘ .
dress, black patent leather. shoes, Civ ic Day At I ark i val tl t ha Cae in whict tt on wa ane IT disease in that colony, the liner
i carryin® in “her hand a doll - a aes a d been pi 5: : u ri “Ke OMmcer d t I ed Martinique and spent
; aie i 1 a - There was plenty of work fo! psdelbceur ‘ t ! ed ar pect of Prison life, and the day at Antigua
vr r > roe shtlyv >
id hugged tightly. carpenters, electricians and la a eres € ig enna called MORNING AFTER
‘ » week to fo on drt ISTMAS ANYWHER oO
One of. her wishes was that the DOWFerS yesterday mornir in , TOW i =~ s Wt ERI !
Matron should accompany her to @veen’s Park a hey be n Pp ' y A ere prisone ng ALL
trinidad, but this could not-be. Pari ( Day ct 1, BENS DY B sexte ed of in- THROUGH THE NIGHT
Her training at the School in tomor: \ ng + ov et th : bapallted ! one of rhe mramme closed with a
r idad which has been built in B mid-day esterday several ri @ fee s s , Prisonel rendered \ ers { 1 linstrel
sani wi h Can idian stand- peur had been Bde faeitt Ki wh ons and ¢ vs eight “The Indian Love Cal Another troupe, thirteen—-strong
ard will train her to carry on a ##ectriclan farted Work early | es nana a } ee
normal life, and earn her liveli- 429d were finished _ by vening, jy, = pan (}
hood The road-\ ere ept, gar- i { j
Her p ough the school dens were | in ot and {if iif |
will ly watched by the fences trimmed i A { | Whateye e navy achieved, during 1952, is due
local Asse tion, and he show ‘ - '
any special aptitude, she will be We ‘ . as t he il j iwill ¢ t 7 we “rve
ri cov wt eng et ACKNOWLEDGMENT HAPPY | of those we serv
Miss Betty Arne told the Advo- We desire to acknowledge with . — . { With: ein ‘ : : ‘
cate thaf the school to which the thanks a further list of presen- { With sincere appreciation, we send greetings and
little lis going can take in many tation Calendars and Date Card
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BEAL ESTATE 785 oer? covst C i A DW iC i >A S ment) Order, 1952, No, 38 whi published in the Official
TELEPHONE 25 ts PEAL al f W ; 29th December
i re) HOUSE—Situated op the beach at) waRon po thtube eke, That J. & P. COATS LIMITED, Manufacturers ond Mexchants, whose trade or | Gazette of Monday, 29th December, *s nic iow of “Denient”
ORIAM FOR SALE St. Lawrence, Apply te K. R. Hunte, | - A Pikintist business address is Fergusiie Thread W: Paisley, Scot and. has eppl ve pod the 2. Under this Order the um retail selling price o ement
o] ‘ ne #1z 5 | as A” @ { ns ani eads Sis
iN MEMORL | lepione Wt OF WO so so tein [MAROLD LITCHPIELD MALONEY. | registration of e Cade fark 9 Part A” of Realstes in veapect acd tom tne | is as follows: —
| os Dp * a . 7 en sve notice
mannan Sa Te a NOTICE is hereby given that by y.rtue] 20th day of December 1962, uniess some person shali in the méantiine Bve fn - aon A “a
f I RES—at i 20 u stration e trade mark f > RETAIL PRICE
ory Of OUE «gt AUTOMOTIVE 1 SHARES 600, We 5 et ee | of se Oider of the Assistant Court of] in duplicate to me at my office af opposition of ch reg stration. The tra a ARTICLE yh hy
Joseph Wiliougs.0 simit a —s @ Phone | Appeal dated the 9th day of December | can be seen on applicatian at my offic bi | (not more than)
sleep December Sist 1949 enitatacih ican tara , Se S Nichols ww 12.62 an | 195% there will be set up for sale to Dated this 22nd day of ‘December 1952 wussaee |
need a «pe da CAR—Austin A-70. Ir ; the highest bidder at the the Registrar of Trade Marks. | CGoment 64 per bag of 94 lbs.
rin it mit nd going very reasonat ne [Clerk Of the Assistant Court ppeal 30.12. 52—3n 7
The days we do not think of yc i Kiros. Roebuck AUCTION at the Court House, Bridgetown, between | , .
Are ve hard to find “ the bese of I eee and 2 o% ae in as ss naniieanneeseetibes 29th December, 1952 31.12.62—1n
301 give he trenat ‘ = ’ * . ' th ifterneon © " > - -
fAnd courage to beat ral GREE One UNDER THE DIAMOND __| ‘2 ,aiternoon 9a, Feidey. te SR Gay | —— . ie
But what it ew nah Welebens HAMMER FIRST ALL THAT CERTALN piece
We shall ever know er KSS exceller cond SALBS JANUARY 195% oO y > i
Floulse (widow) Grace, Lloyd and Joyce | KSS. 1m, saceiiety, TURES Git JANUARY | 15 [Sons in the Barish of ‘Salut Michael -h
(children) ae 00 p.m. and ai4 er Hing’s Sale. Bervie, St ice Gap. | this Island containing by \dinengurement
——_———_ THURSDAY 8th. Mr Fo. |twe reeds or thereaouts sone ag Nes oe a eet. ee dessins
A bounding — on nds of the ¢s! a! —————
swmra? ~ ter’s Sale Strat! Allan Rockley R ae bs ;
3 Joan Maran Rebecea Forbes eased on lap at
ANNOU NC CEMENTS ELECTRICAL BURRBAY Hh acs Joh toa vet, SS toua et Kalba meat aie ROYAL NETHERLANDS |
— e " mre ond om a toad ever Ww 4 eisa
TT TTT CT ELECTRIC BLANKETS TUESDAY Mrs. Edna Skipper's 1nd, 06 # cond Ova Wublis Toad of STEAMSHIP CO. | eae
ORAL ACADEMY tBA int theme eae Batts. ¢ ther ale. “Moss Cli ack . s b ‘ a
MUSEUM, 9th, 10th & 11th WY: Da Costa & Co, Lid. Elec — TUESDAY ith, Mr. W. Hodson's Sa. aaa else the same may abut and | SAILING FROM EUROPE | - irgo ane Pa sender for
oniy 31.12 -5n | 37 i Seafeli” St, Philip M.S. NESTOR. 9th January jominica, Antigua ntserrat,
ony Big? BRANKER, TROTMAN @ CO.” | AND, SECONDLY, A 1 THAT certain a SICURA’ 16th: Senin \\\) Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailing 3rd.
. ~~ GAKHAKD--i-Speed Automatic Record Auctioneers Ow: DEES eee taeth “Oh” aah i SY 4 X S. EONAIRE. 23rd Jan : { January 1953.
. e 2 ea 7 M.S s c} Rr eth x
FOR RENI Pe gto caste: a: | —_——_—_—_—_—_—_——_—_—_____—______ | t ils leiand ¢ontaining by adméasurement 0 ore a Denes | shia MEAP’ eaiaea’® ‘til Minto
Mautityy FP. C. S. Maffe. & o _ three thousand four hunded and thirty gia: aa oa TO Et ROFE y i Gergo ahd Wabeensets See Dabn-
3.12.52—t-t.| PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH cist savare feet or, thercebolts shuts ag M.S WILLEMSTAD ith January. 1953. inica, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis
enenipemenmpeary rf on ANG 2 + f . ie m
JUST RECEIVED the new 5 and 6 tube | cae Maa ar tubers Maloney On @ reed AND BRITISH GUIANA and ‘St, Kitts, Sailing 9th Janu
HOUSES YE RAD{, Featuring Bands*read on NOTICE OH nemlch there is a tight ct wax to x -eaaaok take dence hee ry, 1952
nort-W. 5. a $, NESTOR, 23rd Janus
. ak Pe eo ’ , | the, sone we aS, a | 5 DOMAINE ag weuayins 1953 B.W.l. SCHOONER OWNERS’
— . , a or wever ¢ : : : ~ ~ 1983 ASSOCIATION, (INC.)
FLAT & HOUSE — fully furnished, 16.12,52--t.f.n 10 DAIRY KEEPER Ete. bound and if not then sold the said | STENTOR Poth February, 1953 ' é Consignee, Dial 4047.
St. Lawrence On-Sea. Phone 2503. -— | property will be set up for sale on every SAILING TO TRINIDAD & f GRACAO
29.3.52-—-t.f.m LIVESTOCK ~ Registration and Re-Registrat on of all! succeeding Friday between the same) M - eee 40 on) Sth er 1953.
- .AIRIES. Persons cmplo 'e n the pro- hours until the same i sold for a | Rs z 3 ieee eee ee oe
HOUSE at Kew Road bedrooms, juction of Milk for sale, and Persons!not less than (1) £125. 0. 0. and Agents. ——
water and light. $30.00 per mon roducing Surplus Milk for sale; under | gg3. 6. & = = .
Apply to DArey A. Scott, Middle Street, dairie or 1648, made by the Dated this 9th day of December, 1952
or dial 2645 1.12, 52--2n ; Health under Dairies FP. G. TALMA, |
din eet : : take place DAILY a A t Court |
ge Sine aonac ines Set, On seen | ‘Canatlian atinnal D teamships
furnished. Refrigerate electric light- hrist Church; from F DAY. ind Ja 12. 52 n |
ing. Phone A. D. Herbert 8362 ary, 1993, between the hou of 9 90 | ie iinet ie aie ad
Pee CHILD'S © ( Lm, ANB AOD BMD. eave gr take. Bee | Be Are SOUTHBOUND Sails Sails _Artives
re Hil ay Peg stration, etc wil ake } , :
i Halifax 'bados Demerara
MANHATTAN—Fiat on sea, Weilches, oth it ndit on. Tel. < ho: of 9.00 CE te 46 Montrea t :
Ch. Ch,, fully furnished. Three’ bedrooms. | 52 1-12.52-—28 | o'clock noe | OFFICIAL NOTI | GDN. CUALTENGER a0 Dec ts yan
refrig. Dial 3309 Furniture Remover. — By order of Commissioners of e He AnsiotaNe Cover | — Some Cae oF 30 Dec Ja ae ier.
° ronveniences >, “wf Chri “hure SS | ; c SER f
Ae Oe SN ee a _ MISCELLANEOUS Parish of Chret SH SiG. WARD ra IN THE OY APPEAL | = »| €DN. CONSTRUCTOR S Feb. 5 Feb. 10 Feb
tr 4 Chairman. | itable Jurisdiction) Ov lt Dd CDN. CHALLENGER os 1 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 24 Feb.
R Phone, ANTIQUES — Of every descriptor 24}? ba bn. | HAROLD “ARTHUR” MARSHALL a neis an Invaiuansie DN CRUISER 24 Feb. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 10 Mar.
OOM- ‘ ’ : : 2 HAROLD it . : "aU > thas 24 Mz
5110 ) Qn, | Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silve oie | —Plaintift wu lement CDN. CONSTRUCTOR 10 Mar, 19 Mar. 19 Mar. 24 Mar.
: — - vercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto § — “ER | OLD LITCHFIELD MALONEY Fe d [PP CDN. CHALLENGER _ Mar. 2Apr. 2 Apr pr.
“UPSTAIRS APARTMENT—One larg raphs etc.. at Gorringes ique She NOTICE , HAROLL Defendant oo
cool bedroom. Din ng itting Room, | «Joining Royal Yacht res 252-1 ¢ IEDM CRRoRe? aT iia dea|. IN pursuance of an Order in ths Court a } NORTHBOUND j Is : Arrives athe, Anjree arives
c | al 48 § r Members of the are re aed | @ above actio ade on ne 9th ensure tha emerata Darbados Barb St. Jo
Kitchenett Dial 4506 Se ee oe ‘ 7 r Saari for season tickets will a arore et cae atiike i VERY mother knows how smporee z is aa Soay snd CDN. CRUISE 7 hes +s bbe o Dad. 8 Jan. 1 Jan
on ——— R—Cookir atter ib. tim pen at ¢ Harrison's office on Friday | 1) persons having any estate, right or active, growing children, rapidly developing 1 CDN 3 Jan 7 Jan. 5 Jan 17 Jan.
b. tur Pa Tree also Tabl nuary 2 Members are enttied to tateaea in or any lien or incumbrance mind, obtain adequate body-building and energ ng nouris a CDN. CHALLENGER 17 Jan 21 Jan. 29 Jan. 31 Jan
WANTED itter Anchor } lb, pack, and J Ib, tins. | jurchase two additional seats along with) | weeny ment from their dietary That is why ‘ Ovaltine’ is the | CDN. CRUISER 31 Jan. 4 Feb, 12 Feb 14 Feb
W. M. Ford. D 489, 35 Roebuc i LL THAT CERTAIN piece i 4 »s. ‘Ovaltine’ is a food CDN. CONSTRUCTOR i4 Feb 18 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Feb.
_—— * “The plans will be open to the general. arcel of land situate at Jacksons |* regular daily beverage ip geunitene Rote. c CDN. CHALLENGER 28 Feb Mar, 4 Mar. 12 Mar. 14 Mar.
, eee ublic on Friday January 9 on in the par.sh of Saint Michael in this beverage of high nutritive value and qua’ ity. = ae CDN. CRUISER 14 Mar. 17 Mar. 18 Mar 26 Mar. is Mar.
BI Blankets. | rickets will be sold from January a by admeasurement two . the possible deficien- €DN. CONSTRUCTOR 28 Mar.’ 31 Mar. 4 Apr. 12 Apr. pr-
HELP t Reversible | BARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION (15! Sie or thereabacia abutting and bound- ‘Ovaltine’ helps to overcome some of es Pe ee Saar ENT cain er ae RNa ee. Pie
amas ol nd Pink INC, ing on lands of the estate of Rebecca cies of essential food clements in the diet iia. ven ia a) sie abdeere’
Sup ae Eee W Pe Forbes deceased on lands of one Tull on deliciousness makes an instant ren oa ety. SS altos For further particulars, apply to—
“HOUSEKEEF . ‘ seul ise each. Modert ~ h Brathwaite and on a : Ik will drink it eagerly
ere. _ Experier ed ©-| pres Bre Street 8 21.12.52—4n | lanes ot fee shard (C8 tight wot way ehidiase whe. Gate, evens ‘Ovaltine’ makes the milk GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. —Agents.
B.Wd, Write stating ‘ } a a |to the public. road Si much more nourishing and digestible.
“4 fle oe’ eh’ | COOPER'S AERSOL FLYSPRAYS ep Vv | ame ey CONDLY ALL THAT. certain {DBE BEF II OTR SRSO BVO DOOD VO DOPP PEDDIE IOSSO"
—- - 7 : ures quick death to Flies, Mosquitoes OLD YEAR el of land situate at J s ¥
JUNIOR SALESMAN b» Commission | Cockroach, Obtainable from all leading at | piece oF ae ee ame eaint DMchael in GIVE YOUR CHILDREN DELICIOU $
Agents. Apply in writing to P.O. Box | Stores in two izes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 o2 sone by admeasurement 7 % ‘
97 Bridgetown, stating experience if any 2.18 this Island containing a * >
: salary equ aie - \ three thousand four hundred and thirt “ e@ °
=: 30.12,52—3n » 6 PARTY TIME | clght square feet or thereabouts | abut- * x
; - | . . and bounding on lands of one q q
' CERBALS—Corn Flakes, All Bran, Rice ae at { Hubert Maloney on %
SITUATION VACANT Fas Shreded Wheat and Oattiake Sobers on lands © u ~ / 2
. : pie v A de ses y h is a right of FICC | °
[SALESMAN — for a provision store nd packages, Ostmesi and Uisedi hole =f. Soe - a TON Ove en ad and on & public and note the Ditfere %
n q vious experience St . ‘ at . i PRI " ‘
salate Dentiired Applications strictly Reb ck Miran: ey 30.1 252 an er an : eT ase road or however else the sitet _ Sold in airtight tins by all Chemists and Stores ¥ ¢ %
confidential, X.Y.Z. C/o Advocate ; alae far all. You'll find | abut and bound to bring before me an) altine’ tin contains 16 ounces. % - - %
31,12.52—6n} “COATS—Colton House Coats. Guar jm Wherever you | account of their si pee a al Vite to IMPORTANT — Note that the large size ‘ Ov % a
ey ae te a nteed fast colours. Pretty Patterns all the popular | witnesses, rpg ga a ae ae | E LE
WASHERS. AND pees Two eexe _ssorted s $5.00 each. The Moder tor Old Year. | be eee awe. rd reise at 14 incon)
Washers, two (2) Ironer Appl 3ar- | Dress @hoobd Broad Street or Frida Herncai, at he . TENE BESEt \§
bados Dye Work 3 tithe 28 12. 52-—3n : nae, 3nd 3 o'clock in the afternoan, 2 hl OVALTE a ' >
“ oe 12,.52—-3r 595999 9O0OOOOP PPPOE "y Office of the Clerk of the «eee Dainty and delightfully crisp, *Ovaltine’ Biscuits are oe SOUTHBOUND
— ING COATS For the Coo x All Day, All Night, All Friends y Court = Angee SS Pv: ath day of ideal tor al! occasions. ‘They are made Corp pie Snaet 1% :
a variety of colours; also f 9 Bien ditt Ry | Bridgetown, ; ingredients, including a proportion of ‘Ova ie tae =e Rois =
PERSONAL nite $15.00 and. '$28°50. The Modern.f SPSS ahead, st | February 1983, in order that en tee are deliciously no ’ 3 S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing December 3lst, 1952 .
r 185 Shoppe, Broad Street Yoon THURSDAY, JANUARY | %| may be ranked according {0 oi” ‘other- The next time you order * Ovaltine’ remember to include € 1% For Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena and
BB .12. 62-—~3e x vem Spps4 Pe? ¥ and priority theres’ ir be precludea a packet of ‘ Ovaltine’ Biscuits as well. You will enjoy % Jamaica
: = ’ % To such persons W d flavou > , 5 7 -
inten eeae ep ; fs 4 wise of the said Decree, and @ their delicate and distinguishe t . ,
The public are hereby warned against] EVENING BAGS of xoia and st S A GRAND PICNIC & DANCE ¥ TO tne oe ot all clan on or against In sealed airtight package = iss NORTHBOUND
e warn agains . e . |
iving credit to m CARMAN | ®t ans also bengaline spareoted (by x the said property. j tT December, 1952
f ie SHARLES) it do not} Yelvets, pretty colours from $4 $6.95 Mersrs. EVERTON ST. JOHN & &% tala Property go notified that they “DE GRASSE” Sailing 24th aie nat 5
hold chesalt seeponstt le for her or any-| The Moder: Dress Shoppe, Broad Street CHARLES LYNTON QI See attend the said Court on Weal: For Southampton and Le giavre
ee bak contracting any debt or debts} 76.12.82 sn ro SUVER BRACH CASINO. J TN he"a5in day of February, 1983, at iE WS 8 NG GN GN NNN NNN S
in my mame unless by a written order | MISHING BOAT—The “ALCOA” from Mee tear Aatun's Ork, %| 19, o'clock re we | S 28 /% sis. “COLOMBIE” Sailing January 11th, 19 153
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South Africa Beat Australia|" °°“
‘Tayfield 135 for 165

SOUTH AFRICA







Trinidad hav elected twelve playe from whom the eleven to
represent the colony against the ic be chosen, No fewer
than five youngsters, which include three v lave yet to play for their
colony, have been selected in the twelve.

The team is ollows:--J. Stollrneyer (capt.), G. Gomez, §,
Ramadhin, R. Tar Choon, N. Asgarali, R. Legall, O. Demming, K
Corbie, L. Butler, D. Ramsamooj, B, Kanhai and C. Furlonge

SURPRISED

ARBADIANS who have followed postwar Intercolonial cricket will
be surprised to miss the names of Clarence Skee ho performed

so creditably on two occasions here, oring a century and securing’





the bo honours for his team, Chicki Sampath who also scored a |
century here on his maiden appearance in intercolonial cricket and |
left arm Sydney Jackbir who performed convincing! r 1 mem-



ber of the East Indian team that toured Barbado the captaincy
of Norman Sookram |









CAPABLE MEN

HE Selectors, West Indie captain Jeffrey Stollmeyer, veteran

International Ben Sealy certainly are compet and shrewd
judges of the game. Trinidad has put in some inter practice in
recent days, after having been thwarted in the earl tages by un-
friendly sather, :

This being the case there must be more than ample justification |
for the experiment which Trinidad has made. It will no doubt be
interesting to note the ages of the newcomers. These are, Ken Corbie
(23), Oliver Demming (25), Donald Ramsamooj (22 Ben Kanhai |
(21) and Carl Furlonge (21)

OUTH AFRICA has earned the congratulations of the Imperial

Cricket world by their decisive victory ove

Second Test at Melbourne

The “Springboks” began to shape the course of victor; i
they were able to dismiss the Australian team for 243 runs after their
own unsatisfactory first innings total of 227. But by whittling dowr |
the margin of the Australians’ lead to but 16 runs they were able to}
keep the issue wide open

The magnificent individual effort of Endean who carried his bat

through the innings for 162 runs constitu.ec' the backbone of the come ,
paratively formidable second innings total of 388 that asked the |

Australians to make 373 runs for vietory on the fourth and fifth days |
on a wicket that was five playing days old when the game ended but
which was really six days old, Sunday having intervened



Tayfield’s performance will go down in Test cricket history as an;three wickets added i09

AUSTRALIA

Australia for 42 years wh
runs on the fifth and final
It was only their secor



ARBADOS ADVOCATE

227 AND 388
243 AND 290

From Our Own Correspondent

MELBOURNE, Dec. 30.

South Africa today scored their first Test victory over

en ‘they defeated them by 82
day of the second Test here.

id victory in 50 years that the

two countries have been playing Tests.

Australia, meeding 373 in thei
second innings to win, were ali
out for 290,

Overnight they had seored 132
for 4 following 243 in their first
innings. South Africa made 227

and 388,

So South Africa with a team of
Such littl Kmown quality — that
they were urged not to make the
tour have surprised the cricket
world by drawing level, one all,
in the series

The victory was decisive and
richly earned and provides strik-

Ing evidence that the Australian |
team is a pale shadow of the/|
1948 side

England’s off spinners, Laker
ind Tattersall, can take heart

from. the success of South Africa’s | 4
| Tay

field who took seven second
| innings wickets for 81 with match |
igwres of 13 for 165

Tayfield’s pre-lunch spell when

he bowled Langle) Miller and
Hole in nine overs without hav-
ing a run scored off him, vir-
tually won the match

Including his last success yes-

Australia in the, terday Tayfield had a spell of four |

wickets for one ruc while 49

as soon as| were being made at the other end. |



Australia had a chance of sav-
ing the game today but lost it
through batsmen playing strokes

unworthy of Test standards.
ler tried to force the pace too ear-

ly Hole tried to sweep a good

length ball and Lindwall mis-
judged a full tess

The tailenders made a_ gallant
effort to save defeat The last

Benaud

Mil- }

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| Whittle F aces
Year Of Work
And Play

By BRUCE’ HARRIS

Patriarchal Harry Whittle, cap-

tain of our Olympic team, has
come to Cambridge at the sere-
and-yeliow age of 30'as a first-
class reinforcemest for university
athletic He showed it in the

| part he played in the university
elays.

Next March if 1 am chosen”
—he will be hurdling and jump-
ing for Cambridge in the inter-
university sports. at White City—

}the oldest man, conspicuously, on
| his side.

“I have a year of work and

|play here at Cambridge,” Whit-

tle a tall, sandv-haired, spectacled,
unmarried Northerner, told me
“and don’t I enjoy the change
after my years in industry!

“Only trouble i
aren't enough hours in the day.
Lectures morning and evening,
training in the afternoons, never
an idle or dull moment. Do I
find university discipline irk-
some? Not at all, although, to
be sure, | have been allowed what
jis called MA status,”
| Whittle, a civil and mechanical
lengineer who graduated at Man-

that there

outstanding achievement that did more than a littke to bring vietory/and Ring putting on 61 for the|@hester and was a captain in the

to his team. His seven for 81 in the second innings and his overall

ninth—but

earlier mistakes had

|} REME in Italy during the war,

match figures of 13 for 165 has gained him inclusion in the ranks of} broken the back of the Austra-| as been sent to Cambridge on a

these who have chalked up out-
standing Test performances to
their credit.

The series are now one all and
this must be a fine tonic to the
South African team which was
advised not to go on tour because

|
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it was too weak. |
PANKAJ ROY
Born May 31, 1928. University
student. Sound attractive open~

ing batsman. Played all five Tests
against England in 1951-52 total-
ling 387 runs at 55.28—a record
Indian aggregate. Attacking bats-
man when set, excelling in drives
and hooks. Toured England this
year with Indian team scoring 131



against Middlesex among other |
good scores. |
The Sports Bag contains from
Our London Correspondent to- fas
day:— {
a Pr. ROY
DO THEY EVEN COME BACK? |



REDDIE MILLS, former cruiser-weight champion of the world is |
contemplating a come-back. The 35-yez
boxing promoter has kept in training since his retirement three years |
ago and is almost as fit now as when he made his last ring appearance, |
His come-back thoughts are inspired by the fact that the present



| Jorre , } » < ’
cruiser-weight champion, Archie Moore is twelve months his senior, |@ad for the TTC Christmas races | Worrell would represent Jamaica

Mills will make up his mind in the New Year.

MALAYAN WINS OVER 100 TITLES
DDY CHOONG, 21-yeur-old Malayan law student has won over 100 |
open Badminton titles in just over two years in England. Nineteen |
of them have been acquired during the present s' on which is only!
now 11 weeks old. Choong was ranked No, 8 in a recent world list
compiled by the secretary of the England Badminton Association. On|}
present form, however, he has probably moved up a place or two, |





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LEAGUE CHAMPS ‘TO TOUR 8S. AFRICA |

UNDEE, Scottish League Cup-holders, are to tour South Africa

next year. They have taken over the invitation extended to the

Scottish F.A. Dundee will be in South Africa for nine weeks ahd will
play between 14 and 16 matches.

BRITAIN’S SQUASH TEAM FOR USS.A.
RITAIN’S Wolfe-Noel Squash Team to play America will be chosen
after the Women’s Championships at the Lansdowne Club in
February. The selectors are to attend the Championships which end
on the 21st. The Wolfe-Noel Cup match starts four days later





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lian innings.

The scores
Seuth Africa tet Innings 427
Australia Ist Innings 2
Seuth Africa 2d Innings S88
Austratia Ynd Innings
MeDenald c Mansell b Murray 23
Norris ¢ Watkins b Melle 1
Hassett lbw, b Tayfield 21
| Harvey ¢ Watkins b Tayfield 60
Miller b Tayfield 31
Langley b Tayfield 4 |
Hole b Tavfield 25 |
Benaud ¢ Melle b Tayficid 45
| Lindwall b Melle 19
Riing e Melle b Tayfield 7
Johnston not out 0
Extras 8
Total 290

Bowling:
Tayfielad 7—8l

Worrell Gan Play
For B’dos And J’ca

From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 30.
Mr, Jack Kidney, Manager of
the West Indies team to England

Melle 2—29, Murray 1-36,

and Chairman of the Barbados
Selection Committee said here
today: ‘If Frankie Worrell is

r-old restauranteur and | *vailable, Barbados will have no}
selecting him for!

1esitation in
the colony matches against the
Indians.’ Mr. Kidney, in Trini-

and to visit his daughters, said
Barbados invited Worrell to play
for the Colony’s team but had
read in Trinidad newspapers that

AUSSIES WIN DAVIS CUP

Dowbles Pair

Supreme

ADELAIDE,

Australia retained possession of
the Davis Cup, emblem of world’
supremacy in tennis as the dy-
namic duet of Frank Sedgman and
Ken McGregor whipped the United
States team of Tony Trabert and
Vic Seixas in the doubles 6—3,
6—4, 1—6, 6—3, before fifteen
thousand fans. The Victory fol-
lowing their sweep of the singles
matehes yesterday gave the Aus-
tralians a 3—0O lead with only two
singles matches remaining tomor-
row. Sedgman made the differ-
ence. He hardly ever was out-
smarted during the doubles tocay
or in his singles victory over
Seixas yesterday. The Americans
after losing the first two sets came
back to take the third 6—I and it
appeared they had found combina-
tion to beat the Australians.
the fourth set found Sedgman and
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In the engineering lab, he is
studying the very latest about
building construction; on the run-

Imperial



ning track he regularly does an
| afternoon’ work after this pat-
} tern

|

| Three 220 yards sprints.

| A quarter-hour of low hurdling.
Five or six short-bursts sprints
{| Some suppling exercises,

“It isn’t easy,” he commented,
‘to train for running in an Eng-
) lish winter. A South African here
once said that if you ran too fast

in this country your arms would
drop off!”



It was as

our champion 440-
yards hurdler

that Whittle went
to Helsinki, finishing there fifth
in the 400 metres. But he was
British long-jump champion in
1947 and 1949.

Now he will be jumping again
| for Cambridge as well as hurd-
jling. And working hard all the
| time,

The venerable bones of Whittle
will have to bestir themselves
next March. Cambridge have not
won the sports since 1947,
—L.E.S.



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| Worrell has not yet replied to the
Barbados invitation. Mr, Kidney
‘added: “Frankie is qualitied to
play for both colonies.”

} bitterly fougl&t contest that went
to deuce in every game.
The winning blow came on Mc-
Gregor’s service with count at
deuce and the Australians in front
5—3.
It was thirty all then deuce
match point deuce match point
then the game as McGregor got
over a blistering service against
Seixas.
—U.P.
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PAGE SIX BARRWMI-S U>V %  flul what -i i We .hull evar fcn-v noun* '"n~' orae* AlITOMOTIVt IAN AiaJlefl %  ApplT "!* .-. i • k .r*> .l- mi .. AOTWUItCEMBBTW tXtCIKICAlrou 111 \ i HOW NOUH Applv i r Ch Ch. Mill relnf Owl DM T< r.,,lf.,..i! I .,i* vi.it lUl 3r\ I .. I* KLAM %  %  -IVII. IM V| PAItlO i>-l %  .r.r.i ill %>„t\ Wave, ta i. C* LU S and a luM PC*. Matte! LIVESTOCK %  M % %  %  ? %  a.. %  ..i :: :? %  : • t %  HEALUTATE ,„, ,,„., of trritt lMi la.l.dbi,.<.. HARulp A*THl-*L MAK3HAIL %  HAAOLU iiiXHr:n.i> UALO.NCV nww 4ti Ill V lit* %  n OnUi .1 11M Aul'UM n||l Ape Uo i". H 4.y I to* Ml .>B luf MM It) •.t*M -j*.f i is* o*%a ft uit '-toik •( ni AaaUtant Co„.l JI Appeal ilv.iae HiUl.i..." between %  1 UclMk • r-td-,. u>* out •>> %  S .JI .i 1 a I"-... • II • %  > AtCTlON IMII; 1IIK IMAMOMi in MII i; lUM IN lil %  !' u ,.,. .i M Mr. i taXTAW IM • Mfl'" I %  %  . %  II Kit tl MA I I 11 i -i. nia M mi \\i k AOVMAN A IO. I'lHISH III I II III', I I III III II NOTKr III Il\IK\ kFH'lRV ll.. %  I rrfelwi) mT AIL TO i i-Kel of Ua._ %  (.. p.i.1, .-I ft.tU.1 III. I..and r^UlnuH bl adi i*e muU ji lhiidbouia -butting. Bud n Una. f r— %  —*-•-* r-it*** IN.UM i .-i. u ui \d.i-h nil i — >• tt>t* 4M .-I i. % %  !•K %  uacur leal %  liieK.b-.-t. ••"-line' aaaaT^LaaWM • u '*** "' ., UMi el Hubert Malonei .„ .Put Ihen <• • tlajM %  be BUSK %  <•*<•! and MI %  PUPIM %  %  %  ( llM lb MII> %  "'* %  ' ...W 111* • ill to **1 up MF Hit I I '•", ,M . IIM ui mM ion %  £ in • 0 am TAKE NOTICE CHADWiCKo GOVERNMENT NOTICE %  ntnrtmrnn Order. !^>:. No. 38 wbleb : %  Ih publllfctd 111 irte Official at Mondj.. 2*h Pl H M h a '-'MlI Under this Order Ihe maximum 11 u ai tollov...— MECHANICAL %  IllltJ 1*" %  WAVIKIt I |IMI i IOf • %  ,!„ %  %  rill la %  •-• %  I i. I nl Appeal AN MISCKI.I.XNICOUN rioi i i i. Cli Karl] %  ir OFFICIAL NOTICE IN Mil *->!-' C.inailiaii Nalimiiil Slmiinshi|is Mil" 1 %  M NIOI. I >i HMAN Aamla. Applv n -nliaj lo PC . .|*l K' I WII5J— 3n (OOI'MS AHiSUI l-I.VSPHAVa at •urea qultB da-Ui 'r. Ktl— Unaquit.-. t..-kfoa*h OhUUiablfiurr. .11 batdlin SMTM in i 1* - 4a %  %  m AII"\ \ M \-i SALEAMAN l... .. t.i.-vi.KHi .ton ...t K_L, i I. 1;. ,: %  AdvaN J! 1, *1 CM IWFJIS %  I r I A ,",* %  two I %  %  HKHMftWI Mivlna riotl.i AKMA HTLKS '%  • tllAMHW i..ld neaalf ••mvi-.l le I t iii-r or an*< .. %  r *IM MMi*iM4 'n it*" "r ,j my i %  iflTird i i n.H-w I wii HAM rrTT.nn 1 1 1 m ii Mla %  +i rat %  %  1 %  : r M-lrtrII U3 rVKNINO i i\T^ .. K on r...d. I* Mk> !.. II-KW' 1*11 hi I T;J; %  l..U .in HAKOLD I -' Ml 1H I i of " (I HUra MtMn i o.i •) lr.mPi IU2. Bl ..ii, nrtin* .STV IJeleniMi.I %  .,a-N lllf "11 I .. I IKI A i>r parnl in Ihe pal IIMMlII.lUTA I .!.> t...l or .iyThffuMkMl %  King •ffJtW v.honuwevpr n> n. inyMffnteorialbb I ani drbl or •!• bu %  ,.i %  4d The AI I' %  MtfK A %  • %  I m M Poral l)n %  %  ,i. r'.aC***-. Jtia Oa CoaU r> learn and Ptl %  I i I.I ... 31 II M . ow IUM l-alr r.l-a'ar' -.1 ^ %  ii. II. Nri|..i-i ban i..* in n-.|..,l.. bl AInl a fv %  llri i'it'll. •<: ii In in-)"ln-Ha< .-. i .1,1!.-ale o. lid l*t .• %  •native Tat illl v out TUI PAiri mo THAT IIHTA1N piae. land .lluU at JacKaon, o( Sain I Ukhaal in ihi I r„t 1. ml* iliuilmC and boiirUIhe eitale nl Reli %  -I %  1 AND 9ECOND1.V ALL THAT eatt| piece or parcel of Utttl utuaw •' J torn in Ihe pant. of labial • : ...nd fou. hurtdtodI and Ibli .I,. I BBjuan <" or lhe*eabr-.t. eb! | a and bvni.4a ti fc m laniat "' u Sober, -II t*"*l " M-'" 1 road i 0 all in* is an Invaluable Food Supplement E VERY nvuhT Wn... I. a.iiv. imming .luUlrti roind. obuln a.U t |n*.< l"'l incur Ir.mi ;hci' refuUr Jailv Wvera' In i Itufa.r of Kln.li numiivc Ovalline' helpa .l.l.-i .hiltiri nportant i i* | I hat .ay to the howcvei i.t'li datV^loptlM in KKIV and builJInfi and *n*rsintinoini.il I,,, artv) %  > 'v-l'iin-' i. Oaf lllltl llPIHIt 'l>vahin*' la a loci lur and qualiiy. ipi iln powBiU rlrtlrlm. in did dieiars. and Ha m appeal tt> every child, even Ik Hill drink ll eaiicrK "hen Ovalune iwddv.l Moi r. Uv.hine make, llic m.lk aucb more nourialilaic *n.l deaWMInM (.IVE YOUR HILPREN DELICIOUS Ovaltine and noliIhe Diffpronce f %  olimiui %  a. iu o.ll. %  all* Afrteaa Mt>M"al 1.1.1.. orbed.. Um.-lo. %  rw i IR it n*v 30 Dcv 3D Dec CDN < 'IAI 1 EhaU. a J.I. • Jan 13 Jan (TIN* '.Ikl'lltll 13 Jan. H Jan I D.N i'dNaTDlCTOH | n Pab 10 Teb l l Ten. IP re*. ::>; rn-. ; > Mur. COM roSsritrPT'ii* IP Mar. It Mar. .1 Mir 1 CHAI IJM;I.K — i %  1 Apr 3 Apr -. AI NDIIHIOIVP ...1. A.rl.r.. lattj tfriaaa ArtWaa HIT .J. ^i f.,b. llalifal CDN i 1 %  ii Ih, Ii. %  1 UCTOB 3 Jan. 1 Jan. 11 Jan. %  11 Jan .V Jan II Jan. Jan. 11 Jan lti'im 11 Jan. 1 %  *. r. ii 1 1 14 Peb CDN i %  la Feb. I* YI> NCifcH M lel> %  Mar 4 Mar. 13 Mar. II Mar. 11 Mar 11 V-r In M.' %  MM M Mar i %  --. 21 llai A P 10 Apr ( DM • -HAI if :v.i ii II Apr 1* Apr i" Apr. Apr 1 Map Far larihrr aaatlralara. •pl* I*— GARDINER \USTIN & CO .. LTD.-Ai enU. ',•.'.','.••.•.'.*,'.:*.'.'.•. >.ltrll..i-. d.x I their aa.d clam ted b> %  Ml 11.. HI Ml" *l <•"•• a fM'UBAl •*-' %  l HAblls IIM"-> V.lt II .UI CABIN' _.M|bl •[/• r Tilda Ml ] 0.-* >" 1' iS5 ;:; *Sm* %  .. KKS l*J. .nay be .anaad acea I _r>d pflvK i perwna ,„„, UM be-.e*i ..i be dep.l.etl ..I |ll ihe ul I*.• i | %  lay, IM "'' it) o'ruxh a ni .HI be landed i iH..-'-' a" l>.led tbia Cl.ifc, I mi'i.d ih.ii c.i %  %  ,, .,i IVM IMPOKTaNI — hU lhal lha larf* tiu i jnJ Slot •0*llin' tin tonUin. 14 ouncat. Ji ,-.-,'*',-.'.'.*-'-*'.: UVfc 4\ % II ttatnT and *M .^taal CM %  %  tbeneii %  patJvcl U -Dealn \ i: % % %  < i IT* .„!.-, .l.'-l .1 ..... . %  !..V,WAV,V/-V.V/.W.V..\ A fff. l -| 1 GREETINGS I C^G 1 TRANSATLANTIC UE SOUTIIBOl'M> SS COLOMIilk' atalllni DICIDUT 31l. 1952 Pot Trinidad, La G Cariagona and Jim SOUTHBOUND n. IIHASSK" Sauing •>*"> D w ii b a r 1952 laid '-' llavrt? %  COl.OMlilF." Sdilinj PVM Uartiniqut, and I.c H ..'ii* January lllh, 19,33 tommica, Guadeloupe, South-nplon In* ni(iFNr. M %  "' ,. 11 l|H"l N | -MMMatJ iiaaiaib' After Xmaa • • |f N-M Vrjr l>J And Ihe Mc event la — THE ANNUAL SINGIN(i KNa.NGTON 0V.\l Whleh <• %  itl I Ira) arrive c .S.tCJ.UO TEST PTICE I BhU Ihr Blrlli ui. i'. .n Ta-nlghl.' 1'reviuu. Winner* are — 194-D— Cave Mill ; %  ;. I9a :. IMI i 1940—Ui-! l.-pUmi1951%  1952—Delleplaine 1953—' 7 ? ? —IT— Competing Chons this year at. Be any s %  %  V M.r OTRtijtc Hill. New Orlc-.i!'-, KtoM i^ %  Choral Cruuo. Eagle II o il. Rudd. Dtrlli plainc Glory Waves, K.u.1. \ ill.,,,. Hell*. Rock II Lana, in. i Slaorejr Unity. Spa %  w Hill f Bright Star. Mundane, Edgrhir I'F.I> %  davllle Come In Ken-inrAon on New Year Morntnc OATtt %  < .'-ii. %  .i %  i ', lad AdMbmlon b Procraaune 30 rent* each. On Bail ll Miller Bro*~, street or at the Gates. i %  %  ll ill H LVOTICEi HI KINUIK %  %  NQ %  '" r-ebiiia.. 11 1 iled for in. arrva latnehaa, ( *aa ..I Kenmn,' Q Tmir a-hk-l .... nut hind .t**!f UtOi lATlOa ' 31 1 IBS-la NOTKr: %  %  %  • aa Civil < 1 1 l-.ei 1) ..rl. '•< IM %  '• %  %  21 Prosperous • SVeUr ^/ear TO ALL Oil! CUSTOMERS from £Urtc*> SHOE CO.. LTD. mina MI rut: m.n :TJ iffv*. iv i HI: vavn M.I Bl Mil voru NBWJ vi AK uaOLUTIONS TIIKH'TU.Y Fir.i :iml tananaal " ihe Hsi IMTi:K S' COCOA (r fninily hllu s.irr ii. iiri.ik ii aw|ilay Ml ikes runmill in.tiblf seem far away ll*.. ttooil lor both vouni; mid "lii TtM ""Iv COCOA "..rll: its mtfhl in Ciohl & The Managemeril and Staff of BARBADOS HARDWARE C0„ LTD. & Wish I Cur Customers and Friends I | A Prosperous New Year i/i. Lliiiwi) ,/lmoiiij Curs. ;• AriEI'TIM. I'ASSENf.tRS. < \R(iO AND MAI! %  R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—AgcnU PHONE 38U Sincere Wishes for A Bright and Prosperous 1953 CENTRAL EMPORIUM Cnr. Broad & Tudor Streets %  V.V///.OV.W,V-V//V-'.VV.V-%V,V*V*VV//#-.V-V/.V^; \oiu i: ;. W b*M| ill :KI\INC oar (Tislomers nnd Ihe General ** PnbHc tlint our Spares Ilip.irtiiH'iit will be rioted for >; Slock TaklnjJ hum llowU] ttth December. 1932 unlil I .MIMI(LI%, BtJh Junuury 1 %  *.". .. I FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. /,w-w.v.w; Tbe ROVEB T5' a ear with ihust' liidili'ii values o rulial in ple.isiirable ni'ii.i in.. ..." # Smui.ih LUdlBg 0 Ini'ti.u ul iii* Inlerior # luxurious Comfort # Kcoiionmal rii K s"i SIIMRI \rn 1 < 1 1 lb. lip unl> M ** uts 1 %  lb. tin only 4S nius IS A NESTLES PRODUCT All lluse are points u irth iiolini; when IIHIlMlllity purchasing a tur %  OOVO %  WiagOJ :i car lhal will serve you far inlo tin* future .... TROVER \ Compact: Built for lianl labour on mil in lie 111 The land Km rr i*; a Tractor, in or TowLni Waion, Mobflo Tower Plant— IEDMAN & TAYLORS (...RAGE LTD. MMI SALE \iii:it<.i:ijit: *l.l\. t II lloiiil llnexamplr ol a aolldlv huill pre-war BI'Nr.ALOW llh :; iv..lino-Hi. Drawbta Room, Dialni iinnm. ood OaHtfl .i i r GArua and Servant*/ |it*rier- liffers arr laU itr.l JOHN M. Ill 1DON • co. A.F.S., F.V.A. Keal lAialc Atienl%  Plmiie 4640 -:• I'MnUlinii-i llu-Hii. 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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY *olir 10 00 C..rt I OfMM I .'. r.-i.' ... % %  • •< I M*tir. St Lea? Verse* .. 1 W p ror Ik* rtuH that lack* MM * UM WTSSSM th* Mi nSMsiiie, Far ill* rmnrr .n uw> dnwce. An4 Iha good thai | ran Ao ESTABl 1SILED 1895 WEDNESDAY. t>F< I'HU'K SIX Mr. Bidault Refuses To Form French Government IN 110*01 II Outg Budg oing Cabinet Votes et For Januarv Councillor Expelled From Party PARIS, D.- Georges Bidault on Wednesday night refua dent Vincent Auriol's Invitation f<> try to torn ;i § ment. thus ending the hopes ol Christmas cabinet CMMS Earlier the outgoi'v Fm %  stop-gap budget for Januarv to the Nat-tonal A*j*mbl*. duled i I %  : %  mi nii%  i the basis o* ow twelfth of last %  I (new budget wM %  %  %  today Bid.-uli confWn of his own i>.ii' with General Pierre Koenia, Inter ILR.1 saying II had CM Itldault and his proposed pro-! gramme. his proposals for tn-osting housing Even thouili II i %  %  i \ni.is BMT IlVld I >. .M'iMt t 1TV. Der. St. rwrt>-iuur eases al beer wtiKH \mrr*cana in Hurea l>. u*> IM MMHI .I'ln iiklahoniaJis were ...[ n .1 wareaauae here l> UW II I .ll.t-tlli. %  HI : : t.rt -nt alcohol. Don Hoover repceMIMIII. r *n.Khrr nrr IIII.UIasM Iha agent <>l NH Mtruel Hrewenei. a ritihii>inr%  MMtMia fok iidin Irom servicemen in K N | tlllnc for ahlvmrnl of Ihr heer—I I*. (1EORGETOWN. B.C. Dec. 30. Tie National Democratic Parly h.,, -xiH-iii( M rot Wight who beat Mr Lionel Alfred Luckhoo, Vier-lv '.hiparty tad the onh other %  '-"I for the Mayoral chair -ix four. ( p State Depl. Allowed Reds In L.N. WASHINGTON. Dec 30. A Jus;Attorney UHt the Slate c-,l some AmeriV N. jobs even though h d information Indicating .( Miununlfts. Roy indled "> %  New Mr. Churchill Boards Ship For L.S.A, LONI>ON. Dae. SO Premie' Wm-t Tuesday night i elect Dwfght bernhowei %  bout such cold Nti i meeUng with Prei-nn Josef Stalin, I [atomic know-how and rc-aiaa-' r ment Cnurrhill and his p.irtv set out I for the United States aboard a, %  i-e.i.i! Ml ..f UM I al %  Southampton Thei, the) t, %  '.aying overnight in %  • special suite ] of the liner tjureu Mar* which aaill for New York „t M 15 a m 00 Wednesda) High H-itlsh sources said Bal ed hi. eighth trie to America since 1941. Chunloll wanted most of all; Ul Ml up with Eisenhower a close J o.l intimate working system like' hiwartime fnanil.hl.i with Pre*lI Jem Roosev %  • %  !! Churchill was said to feel the the one time war and pulsing al. ance between thr White I Mouse and Number 10 Downing' Street had deteriorated. He wan! to see it revived, nt least tome latter dat version of it. informants; reported. With the 78-VMI-OM Prime Mo •,; war* hti .ife. hi* ihiughYliTWOAY'WLATHtf WPOR1 %  • %  it* :u -^ %  Coiiihfaijrfsls Wa$B Of "Consequences*' For Zone Violations IWWIl \.in\|. DM, 80. 'pilK f'OMMI'NlsT uiniatice l l *ftrioti*' < % %  >i i - % %  |n*-iii---." \ i '..iiiniiitii-i I. n. T hi r>l I i bariea W. MH 'arthi. of r.\. i ommand PIM •" \ with nhelling i! %  %  'eniileafletK t\\ lee ii! ilif rtput ra\ -rveti Righta ••' < K %  %  1 nf A LUNCHEON botioin of Dr Ala EHrllrii.y (he A.'IJT.IJ Dr. Bombard leave|| York and Tiaior %  tan than even I %  • York Federal Gr-nd Jur> wh*h Ut_My her^.u-band C". Ml inflltraUmSm I mm ignition Officer for J'ca RING81 '• I Xancy Oakes Weds Again NASSAU. Bahamas. Dec. 30 Gold heireas Nancy Oak.., .ml her hus<>and Baron Ernit LTaMra Von Hovmngen Huene flew to Europe for their hooeymoon following their wedding Monn ught here. In a solemn Church of EngUmd ••remony the waddlllf went off without a hitch ..I Church filled with anaff) linos of |>e<>p|e crowded ,ill the .ipprwiehes to the Church. Tlie walk wat illuminated with Iantern* and the Churoh a fully decorated with red Mbaawaj and yellow •'I'"II of the colons S i Itobeit Neville and Lu'i\ MPMUC and Ihe families of the bffida ..' I groom occupied fnmt .seats. Quest* included sociall> prommoot friends from Britain, the U4i.. Canada and from Mexico. Count and Countess Jean 1>. Real, Doreen Feng daughter of the Chinese Ambaaaador t.i Mi liar..ii .n!,i naronaai Can lx*r Hoop >f LauaanaM, Barrlaarland Bahamian guests inch. I mg figures in Government, pul,tles and commerce. A reception followed al Jacaranda. I^idy Oakes* town house whn h inkingiy decorated and Ulun ited. Most of the Usu HI the exU'nsiVe garden. A gi'eat Thl •uray of costly presents wrm retl reived The couple. Ror UK 1 lot bell tioneymoon in Europe will return OUtrlbul to Mexico where they ;.re Iht IN gave t.flimony H M Judiciary Sui %  .,, aral .laraa* Soames. Manil n of Parliament, to gether with several -. cretar ChurchlU 1 dortoi Sii Hoge' Maklns. new Rriii-h Amonssadoi to the UnHi Bl m.iklng the tourney to UH t'niled Staleaboard the < > Mary < ^T kali said thai WM rTMTVi) %  • OkV Cohn t. ihe time "^!^* nc t,, l _,, . ., _-.,_ Wnartgnaai reported thurchUi cone Mod hu affaln • on nve "-" l "L" * C1 -' 1 cabuir "T 1 ant W^ff'SL^K'^f!? 1|() t „, him aaMaa and taforatawaai per%  rr-,. comment. |o ""•" ImmigratiM-. Qsn ih „i %  on arrival Bu iM %  stab lepart' ed 'would IUMOII that i I with the In BT 1 .. Communist". I l>ean CTUlM dm ''"'• reluasaa n. Jan. 1 Is l)-l)ay* Hv VICTOR KRNDftH K SBOUI Dot 10 Chinese Cnmmtmi bj ihr Sniper Ridge aajetoi OH I Mir. thai "genet 1 %  thl it M %  -i mda Chuv %  %  Id i>\ South Korean In th< helicr that the ROKS would b. pavcholo lea i Wartiniqua Prefect Due In Barbados Here To Supervise Molasses Loading .u.i drive wai i i i nt aavEighth Ai i %  ; hoduled I i i Iota i Kfquarti 11 my tn 0e Ltd., ColumU i 1 i London, arrived hare this nn bv B.W I A from 1 1 uudad to auperviai the loading ol 2,1 Eanci molaiaai which ins firm is i aflnlstrv ol food The molasses all in the i>ial. H H A C %  The Prefect M • I M Laigrcl is due lO arrive in ii.iih.tih. thu mofnina h> the t U IMIMII He leaves I .ter 'ii ihe day fin Jaaaaiea Aoaoni* uanving him ..re M V*rger. his I UUUfltar, Capt Iweapiun. %  Ihe M lit.it %  (...I m.'l ComrnandM la Colby, Manager o(.''bief of Fiench 'i > la 'h* i i Wesi tndlet. Tio parts will be mei on bnaid ov Qol R T HicheHn, Comind Cap1 W it. it Arawtroaf it: RawrilaeMJ iha icn Ooi On landing. M '. liarel and al. Mil call it OOVI House and later thev will |ou1 Capt. Lespiau and Col p .. Central Statin i : %  mg their home. < ISyngman Rhee May Visit Mfxin TOKYO. Dec. SO. (h neral Mark Clara, I i t. %  I'.N. Commander personallv aua> nested that South Korean President Syngmann Hhec visit Japjn in an effort to smooth relations between Japan and Korea. Informed sources said the suggestion was made last Octobei ..nd the Japanese Government n— i-omniaiideU thai Japan next Monday lh e Official ..nnouncenient said onlv that Rhao woi.id i quartera ai c \ Commander'a Ir%onal guest. H >••>• •' % %  K Japanc Government officials tltthlarWHtitally approved the VMMl U1 theh..,ilhat it uould o(>en thdiplomatic and eeonooiK relation' 1*1 ween the l .in%  %  ciarl •t> .i IN. Conunandei operatoi^ %  • tors in Japan, irouM >>. ^ i %  eased if the two countries ironed out their llliftsHlllM I I' \ i J %  Mi l x.i.,., i :. old in U %  rpend verj %  c a went al lhe Ocean Vie* liutel South Korea Can Supply Most Of Soldiers Veeded WASH IN H Korea ig to u-e more native He !'' % %  House Armed I % %  I %  | Iha It said !' in raise IrTiuin" use of StXltl BILL APPROVED MEXICO CITY. De, 30 > Mexican City approved an %  >' %  %  corruption bill which would tareefCoi mitlM nada up of five all Government officials to DUD[ Dmoci wealth i>oth before .ind jfter hnl ing public otllie —CP> 'ana—t'.P. From C ntral Suition. Hie part' *il| visit the Dull II ill '.. Col J Cunneil. Msi 0 t C A OSkei CornMandlna, llegnu %  '. MaJ A. S Warren and Capt II. R Daniel Ma) R A Si.mte Daputv:^. aaoar ol PoUes and captJn Armstrong will then take the) I irtj on .i drive through th" country-sid returning to Oov12 30 lor lunch -ii rafai FUH %  Clniittma* f..i in da eniU-i HI o fullilt n %  >" i"> A* % %  ae i ontlntM dpei attacks at Snlpei %  mi but South ( %  . 1 eeloi %  til %  i to the ma while bill In i %  Thl UN. fo lor mi r pi I riot %  %  %  %  i U 111 : I bawl in tin . SIet ..I : aklhiiit) M •n. 100-o>lh Mad rrea n th. sraai % % %  ;. %  %  i r ^t 1230 p m in time M Uilgret and partv £.11 if I tie StlVKS I till n Ihe ship l.ter in the ^* / | Military Hen "Colour liar** Strike Off TAIPaW I .,,, .M..rW-l t | . cauieao KaUonaJHi itftfcharged 17 Arfe§ted For Terrorism liM.s DM 10, i . i eioi the I %  %  tbde! H I % %  %  1 %  Hied N Ban ,, %  ., Ift V i lie-M.m of ihe I.. K.v ., in 4 %  > U pi %  i %  raajoe, n Nea i %  pai i I i were p for p %  i darmeru %  P : hiding rifli laenlor Red I 1 "in! •(! .i %  %  %  four tide i t i>e raI %  %  %  i %  ," % %  K oastotiatlon %  bring ver> R %  nlgjht thai I %  I m ir i %  M %  i • i -i Iropped %  | id VM il hundred peacefi kille.i HI wound* %  r | MM; iS'i -hot down thi. Allied pi .' < II Pon I %  %  i neu1r.il /one Mil n In i not. 1 i,.j thl Rf ,. ihe U.H tli.it Allied plane did n • % % %  :. UN lei Ihen %  tjon wa* i" i.v ad ho thr* ..I i h %  inn gt th%  %  that the Jap Premier May \ isii U.S. TOKYO : rhp Tohj -.....• shimhHi. %  %  i %  %  I ajauralfon >-%  r-n>m'*nt 1 % %  tioe problem*. hs> — %  with Mr. F.isen4 B "n II.I he would e.k rued I'llllCHl S' S I rorld Bank fa J .p;.. generation etrpan l p tl-,! ir on th.. %  "ik*. 30. da> CotanBau Kii i ..t King, CroM RaUwu "' ''*" %  < %  % %  ugg. t ''';'" %  aotk wiUi. !" ., ri) t Indian changed their i I • lO) Mr I K COI.IIV QoaVcJ Rica Joins 3 NEWCOMERS IN THAI) liENEVA. Dec nrnental Cotnnottei* 't'f'A II %  B'^rogMan migration, raisin Conunmee-s membership ,, ,,_ ment Ir .tin* Butler %  neinU i :>•; • %  PORT-OF-SPAIN Tunidad's team to pla} In in the Colony match Ogsanbuj After :i %  cad on Sunday evening. emp Th!''m Inch aasd th. : %  u stars, three of then. %  in giving youth a chain e. stars .,,. Donald Ranaamooi. have just seiRen K : The i Jeffrey Nvron Aigarah. Rupert Tan*S> choon. Ralph Legall and Lcnr.ox as batting would not i it was annou;.. tral American republic tu join %  Othai i • are Bra/.I Chile. Paraguav and %  The announcement n-.: "iti indej Obaaa Riri shows that this country Q arould '>•*• '%  r.-nigran'ith f %  .^iM from Jai %  aii e UI nrip iht,i ...,t i! ILL K l trau %  (' %  ' %  I %  l.l I I |SM ,ie.i, snjj iirilghtetl when the railway peeanoted him t., phun) with its half gnu;. tl .1'. his weekly eaffMj up to tfl ll. Hut when he went t.. turl hti new job M %  in. U|| nthr shunters stoppe.i joi-k They >ked "why give the j.ot> \m a aol•ured m%n when Bsogfj .re plMUjr white man to do II The strike BJ shifu Thu meant that could eater "' laave the depot -1 Messages were f ,-ni ..i country tu stop on their e*gg Loi don To-da two trains at Hull with 150 tent of fish for London were caneAberdeen Fish Maikvt • %  ed Salmon Is a National Union of Kullweymcn %  arr opposed to ; ,n> de%  againgj a coloured n ,.n Thi n >s ation whatever for this nun being prevented frwn taki"g a rob to which he la. c titled." The Union tried to persui't* l'he shunters to return la farmI its organiser went to the dei in" %  cht to reason with to abroad who w... Ma oemmand Mat i-e e n gaaod in or bj lpG)( N l oth. aaribed ih< I„I. K* : Nauci ** .eaparted t., mean [of hun.li. % %  ; inoi r hi %  lunis ti ii is aagead oral* and l| rwo montl ami eif) I i-iiapiil;'.i iiv ,. i l "•• oat il l hlai i hing-Kuo elatme'i g'*iii killed in %  General Chlai Km. who chlel r the N .. -i • l^erM-t Nat lot Inland 1 3to \ Ulaga u %  ,IT Ihe China I'.P i ii'll.mil \\ .iiit Kriiirn uf Seven EeSCapod %  i tump* ..I. 1 n combat I t. %  '! -ii i redit afore trw %  home I p Mr. IVmiiaii ITH;-. •7%. Efodgfll w imiNC roif, D it haa beI ium. i %  s7a.aewo:'...i i ,,, . ta.ono.ooo.03n I % %  %  %  %  % %  %  •hine ke DM % %  %  %  -i r 1952 Strike In' S Itiiu^hl IdlettM WAS. i -in The yea i I 1-eriiKl %  %  %  1 ileneaa fr..m Ihe tBiif 19*6. the aorta IM w.i the of CIO < i i Italians Capture \orcoties Chief ROM! Dec. > %  gents claimed I torso,; 1 -law of to. %  > %  %  %  %  1 I %  :-rth at l<-at $' ro-xivnr ,M t I%  n II i urei t roaeni tinder lit) to the Union"—and to w..rk '>* Rica are expected to tfsrt m 'He nlong'lde *ihunt*T StOpher I near futut, I P from Jamaica Import Gantroh On Mili WASIC. | i %  %  | %  mark*-* monev in itv pi Al th % %  '. Bnnni.1 %  Got %  til It >IOIU.\\ 2 Ol''ll'Sf S'JlS I i.r Miinin.iis mnsi. ihtoogSaal 111,. j niiihl Tnrkay—'Chldwa m SUali i\mwt -t*r\<<,l from H lo 11 |i.Ml BtiHM il 'in IbM II VIS! IIAI.I now NOI-.I >I\KI IIV l.i : rfft I'll V' \ Vr.ir DINNER DANCE





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p \r.r T \ 11 HAKBALH \l>\l,( \ll mDMBSDAl 1'UtMli ni :i m :.j £ijto# Caltinq H Acting .UN Turner. % %  an informal visit %  • met on %  l i iatge. who .... %  %  I ll-tn > (l |. I), AUm %  A r IV UVw/.-r I I Ira. Eric Si renlp OtMM from . %  • hildn n Ole i *^MBB*s \ %  netotann dr CMdMO, nrnved r.n Sunday by ......v. un .i two-WWI Id*) visit, lie was a< ,.jl, jnd they are quests at the %  • • • D M QABRIEL MONO ADO, M U mst of Cara.. ..n .inival hv lima sjussi i'lub. by I..A.V. on 6nday Included Mi. c;*org*i Mcbsb I an Accountant with the | p %  r .m Corporation, C|i m u Hi I MM over to spend two Weeks' holiday, and was accomp.it > iiidthin* liiL!r A i. Tnej are also guests at ituAquatic club. / >. Sir, k hmhr L EAVING for Tin IdS 1 OB Sun.1.1.. |.y ll.W I A H hi WSJ 'I: : \ %  %  i ..it..I i.i... Mi rrad Koenli Imki-r who mi here lor tho Christmas imlui.it > .i*. %  %  ..-i .'• %  the St Lawrence n itel Hsj wni |i.iiiii UW I A from Trinidad '.nolly and Mr. P. Davej engin e e n of U H O.T. They have come over for two ,'iliday which thev are spending as guests at Cacrabank Hotel. Originally from the U.K.. they i ban living in Tumdad i, over as %  ConnoUai tpenl 3'7 rears bi Veswauala with the Sh.n tfore I nig on to vhlii Mi Davay was |y In Borneo fOUl th the shell Qrous I. iMfMJM r pilK enuagement was annovinced on Cii.i^im.i Evs betwoan % %  -, %  '.; i II Branch ..f Claybury Pin St John and Mr Hal Co* ^tn of Mr and MrDorhM Ook of "South Winds'. Maxwell Coaal r gfewl ///' family M R. A. J. STOLL who came %  %  -uela on Bundaj by iA. V. a i Beeyum, Nnvy G.inlrn flni Trip L RAVINC. for Trinidad >y B.W.l.A. ycsteiilay nioiiun" was Matter Robert BUnpoon, IOB Of Mr. and Mr*. Jack BlmpS0 "' Marina Cuden--. Christ < huroh H ng to s|i<-ncl two weeks ill Trinidad with BUperintendanl ud Mrs. I'alon at Military QuarttSI. James. Trinidad. .This is Robert s first trip out ef the island, lie will return in turn to begin next term at Lodgl School. STARS AND YOU v *t IMIUHSIP 9 I %  ...H.-'.ir.. U-nd %  .1 ..>, .i. hum I-', aI. i i*iiill %  i i MJI. R I I~ miMi •-..ui.ii.. i .... .hmiirt be good Ihu pniu.i B>miiii'ii .T>t*> —II. I.. .,.' hlghl %  %  % %  "VI h i..ii. II M 'I ,.,1 -Ud ii.wd comnmn %  M !• 1'ip I .l..mlil .lutt* poMlbl* „ ii i i i iCaaawi—f*<>m* nw/d) tio'ii %  We '' '" W1 *n Ttir** my b % %  '• ni ii i u M .i i n i— >-> % %  <> HMT ilk* nv* %  %  i i*i)t i. vi,..H ua-U.-c for nsi't aiaUan v ,.i -i i. -i ill Mm %  '< -.tri%  *'i I IIO ta m TOM.* H hi. ".Hi Mai tmtid> LH-IIJ illllr"if OM i MI.I: n i. MM in -I icapti. f* !" i li m tompii--. iHilltrriiu' 0 %  M Irrl -I ppin* |. %  I CMS iimilul. ..ll.rr. are Ki.Kinl aood UM .> %  Oirlr Ulriila (,f, i\si*\* -r i. ii am \a tqmri... II >.m i|..nl •<•!< tlmr .-r i. ,1.1 .it v.,.. ..ui n.Ii.r •MbnUnlUl :> I UI hiindi... Illial \*H I I* MMO H ?• iCIirtl'l n.crU n da* in p*M bul (.., Own who Hi in Ml *hfii i.plxiltunllV %  MS, inulr %  RM TO HAY are a *aMy .•i,ti ..,,,1 -.hiloxiph) si. rtag in mnaSinl -..> ni tmiui l^rrhina aici>n-l >""U V> %  an I>I— %  .Ublr -I.I,lo i %  '"' %  >-• %  ;"• %  \/l-r Om BWA L EAVING today for Jamaica \... Tr.mdad by ihe Celeasbie foi a further holiday ar< Ml M VMal from Vaneouve. lombU. Th>y have been holidayn-h a* gufets at the Hatting* Hote' and said they had a very enjoyable From Jamaica Uicy expect to go i.. New Orleans and then I-.. Angeles before returning home. Mr. Vidal Is a retired Civil Se, vant of Vancouver. On llvnrymiMUt I N BAUD A DOS on their holeymoon are Mr. and Mrs. Jamei I W. Prudhomme who were recently in Venezuela. Mi 1'rudhomme. a Grenadian, | has been working for the past 24 yoars with the Veneruelan Atlantic t o m pg n y In I*uerto La Cmt. This is his iir t I island since he left it in 11*18 after reeelvmg hit education *t Harrison College Hwife. Ihc former Mitt Gladys Pietri. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Pietri of Puerto La Cruz. Mr. and Mrs. Prudhomme are gue~ts at Accra Beach Club. Rockley. They expect to return In Scotembcr for tix weeks' holiday. Wnrriril ) i-'lvnlay M ISS HELEN I'lIXJRIM. daughter of Rev. and Mrs. A. C, Pilgrim of Mount Tabor. St. John left Ihe Island yesterday morning by B.W.l.A. for Tobago via Trinidad to be married the same evening to Rev. Dsarafe i,, 1,1 tft4bodii Mini ter of Star borough. Tobago. M PUgrli rly a tcach'T at Ihc St. KitU Grammut Bchool Aeek here with her parafltl She is .1 sistei of Mr. S. Pilgrim, who is at present teaching at the Bishop High School. Tob.ig > Carltnti'* Utwcr M EMBERS ..f Carlton Sports Club are having an Old, Year's dance tonight al.thl jhiviliou which was ojiened SV-|iI tember 22. This is the lit si time ( arlton have staged an Old Year dance at their headq.ua!'. tonlfht'S party promises to IK.. gay affair Dancing begins at 9 p.m. and ..infinites through until 6 a.rr. I New Year's morning. Costume Parade is schedule! for 11 p.m. I and prues > %  ill be pie'cnli U alto bt %  door )>n" HUM Vinit M R and MRS BARON B. FLOYD Of Texas. V S \ .vl.. aw* been living in Vene/nil.i fm the |,.r! live Mat ant bsg*h again In Bsrtxtdos on thtb UUld vlSli and .lie |U* i i anh M Floyd is an engineer with the tupartoi Oil Cetnpuny In I Caracas and will be leiiuuning fm two week while hi wif.is spending %  month. They are both rii.ii BoJferi ud have already! ) layad i %  funs si tbs Rockley <;->ir and Country Club, Short VHU V ISITING some of tne islands in the Caribbean on holiduv arc Rev. and Mrs Paul Smith ol the ISA Thev arrived on Saturlay by B.W.I.A. fioin Grenada on %  shoit visit and ar guests ,.f It. v ind Mrs. L. L. Miller of "Eden• iii' Bank Han Buck To si. tmcia AMU. DAVID MASS1AH. Eng %  .. %  > oar, of ihe Roseau Company . t, mm r-atai vn Mirwa -1—w , % %  it; GAY GARTERS GERM'. Student bodV Through College' TUf CHEfKLCAOf R o> MUJIMI Ev< H T HMI H — H n*M WUNERBROS I -;"^viacmw __ROHAU __GINC MAYO REAGAN NELSON DON DEFORE PHYLLIS THAXTER PATRICE WYMORE IOIIAV WITH ALL FUN ANDMUSIC.I45S830PM ami Caatuudnf IIAH.V i Uao KHIIIW 2.:io p.m.) IEANN€GUlESC0 --.-LOOISLANTZ It... If':, PETERS • HUNTER v II it WHO D I A 7 A BTOWN KLAZ-A (Dial 23I0| S ecret WANNI* BDOI CORNEl MIL SIEVE WIDE MAIDEN COCHRAN -;•-.::: :... 9 IOOA1 44 5 a 8.30 P.M %  ml i .nli.nun. dally. PLAZA • &f •• &f • &f&f e'Oe'e W e+0400 HAKH Mil 1 > (Dial 5170.) %  MTU *ttlili UtlrnciiCtMke, Up ar.d Pi.-, mm J in %  R \ rwi rron, l.iHan. .11 p m (.-..in,,, ow Wnl In4ir IV-iaa. p*. II Mi, • 1 I U | l-.l .. N t"i Vivt,. %  Dm I I 1 %  H..O*. Nr..i~l %  II P m 0 i '. %  *'" %  '"! % %  I i>i M I or Ihc Ha. .of Uward. 10 ,, ,„ W IS pm r>.i-i UM .., %  %  r m Nr* Vat Hrioap. 10 M p. m Tha ( • %  % % %  : 1. ., |t. ,,. 4 u'c visit om crsTo.mKs ,\\t> maws A Prosperous New Year IIIIIM rm: (CUEtGSJOBW AND STAFF OF T. R. EVANS nv; (/..so HOPE TO nut: THE PI.EX.SI HE or savmc rm AGAIN I\ 1933 A New Shipment Of DIAMOND RINGS Y. lie l.m.\ A tO.. Ill) 20 Broad St and at > Man nc Oaidens. P L A Z A i miiii.iiii o.in M liia.. M • -. SHE'S WORKING HEU WAV THHOUGH COLLEGE iTrilni % %  i: i.l HAVO III v.. I M dl p*c" Timilr III ( K IhlVVIl, roMi IIOMI I.I \i K nvar in. DURVKA fiiun • I A IV -ii 11 HOT a ItlHI IHI.I IVKIIM.l I ll\'. N OPERATION SECRET %  %  M ... %  1. M HMO fOOk nu win i i W.. rit. nil MM Thur. S(. BIG JIM M tIN %  i Da ibh II IM.I HI M (, All I.I. BOAnwa tSJ n *s ruAstai 1 KI MIOM \ ItlllThurs Spial 1 to M VN i 11 \ \ l\ Ol \ I'll BAJUARBCI DUTIN n..1 aiM KOOII 11 I 111 1 I KI % BEND OF THE RIVER MI vim/ nu oihoi \ Kin Hlap .iiUniw Manr.an %  %  H HOI 111 \Y | \14r woi.m*s M .1. %  ; .notibl~ lliiil Abbott Jb l.ai ( Uiinuil Doul ll-'noH cm RAGING TIDE i nww, in TIKKII.iHI t, 11 .i torn %  i Ml CATTLE DRIVE l Color l s' rfess .... than atnckwill ffleoer too late to fete DANCING 9 p.m. 6 a.m. &f limn Prize TONIGHT Rrnrw old a*uUjinljiic m.ik.ni- one* .. % %  .1 K-.ll> Injo, ynursplf In Ihe friendly and liifnrm.ll Oartt > %  % %  --1 • %  i %  : lor old ilni- ukl tl M In || I'.irltoit— and It "ill nsror hlto Ute llh n ii' Is from 3 p.m. 'till ii .i m. : IN* I II T R FVANS (WHITFIELDS) t iM It ^ 11ri STORF al Mlxi-d Nats Gold J I %  .., HI %  AsSCr-lFd SwrrlIII-ml Tw l>UI i.sns for R-wrvallorn



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I'M.I Ml.Ill R.MtHAnoS tliMil \l I South Africa Beat Australia Tayfield 13 for 165 SOI III AlltlCA 227 AND 381! AL SIR ALIA 243 AND 290 From Our Ov. n Corrr*.p.iiid-n| MBLBi i ed their 1 letocy oves tflUa for 42 they defeated them by V.2 U] la;. M| the second TM tierVVI lM -si i \^ i'\ i I Mill I. .1 IH.'.J the twelve %  %  tor their l !. O. Dem K I It waa onl) their %  eeond victory in 60 years that tb been playing Taetg %  %  Q AKBADIANS who h.n U 31 RPBISEO .. %  %  % %  |ftO for 4 foil itiiuiiKs. South Al and 38t. ^i:i i i ... i > creditably on two oo ours for his team, i %  %  i bei of the 1 I TV ( IPABLI MEN %  i | ., %  i i %  .11. %  ,ulity that od not 1 MHUitnic tour hevi w M %  %  %  •' I % %  > one all. %  i richly eui H • %  learn U %  i %  T.ttlw i nth Africa') ii %  %  %  n for Hi. experiment "inch Trinidad has madi I, f23l. Oliver In ruin ; rurloi %  n MteU V.IWB hi i-.v. led L C' 1 '"HI AFRICA ha* earned the eonaralulalinns I ,1 th.. I I A tiperial Crtcfci %  i' Second i' i Mi Thi "8| they wen i.vn un %  '' i. i. %  wide n|>rii end •II ..f four i nine %  white Mi after wer beirut mat othel •fld 1 ft] nig the pa ii rough batemeri pi IJ ln| % % % %  i i %  • of 1 lards. Mil' train, (in i r tried to force i ce too eariin l( u,. i\ Hole tried l< u"h ball and Undwall ml lull toss Whittle Faces Year Of Work And Play By /Wfl IIMtRIS Pan-tan hat H Uon ol OU %  part ha pb If I .mi rhoscn' and jumpibe interUk .loiLily. I nave %  veer of % %  %  ii.'.'.* Wh:I' %  told enjo) the chansjt VI 'I m, pku. 112 Face Powder, box 1.27 Takum. tin 1 OB 1.60 Lipsticks, each ... 1.20 Cream Rouge, pkg. 1.12 Skin Food, jar .. 1.7fi Fashion Cream 1.44 Tissue Cream 96 Facial Cream pack 96 Mmisse, jar .83 Cleansing Cream 1.27 VitoriDoae, boa MI Solution 4'.. bot. .. 1.76 Foundation Lotion 1 27 Hand Lotion, bot. 1.44 Open Pore Lotion 127 Complexion Lotion 1.27 Slain Tunic 1.27 Astringent Lotion 1.27 Kerodex Bl ft 71 Sun Tun Cream tube ,92 Eye SI ...: i l \2 White Mask, jar .. 1.61 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II. 12 fit 13 Broad Street thai there a the day d evening The i 1 through th< tbej ludgatt m victory of i iii, fourtl nn a wicket thai % %  old alien the H nded bul 1' gallant which'DliSundaj havlne lotervt %  ive <*(**' The la-.? Tayflel |o down In Teal crtckei U % %  irtcketi dded IB ding achievement ih;i did more thai ban and Raj putting en Bl ror DM to IIIN team. His seven for 81 In the second knainasj and i" overall ninth—but earlier mistakes had i H %  Hniiifi houn morning In the or > >. TuytoM .1 %  I .II I. M.i!.. i M*lt t> I mi nnl oul %  lied MA sftatisj. 1 %  %  un III in-* I Ml [I duriag th war. Impei al in tin istudyinK the verj late | about 'i the iunMils ratlern i %  .r*. A qiuarier-heeaoj low i-urdimo. r'n or sir shortburst sprint* %  lee*. II laafl saay/In ,<,mnn-ntrd, to train ror running in .in KnRUeh whttet A South African h.-re once said thai If ] i" 1!i1 our BITM would ..ii these fr-ofl days, quality of men, quality of maleriand sheer ability put Knijund in n commanding posilion. Now. in the Held of Woollen*, the quality loomed in (lie Itrilish Ule remains the best in the ui i Id. Worn II (iin IMa> PtW B'doH And JVa KOt IK) THKY KVKN (IIMK BALK? F UKDIHK Mill s fi.n.i.'i cruis. r-wel|hl champion of the rld ii eontemplsUng i %  %  i k. The SS-yeei to i hai kepi In training %  anl three years ago and. when be made his lait ring app :!: \|. •!.. Ml ,,,. Mills will make up his mind in the Ni It MALAYAN WINS OVIK imi TITl.Ks ppDv cm i >\<; II I "t ihcm have I.%  preoenl on which Is onl] now n weeki old. Choong k) aal coaipilcd %  hvbccret | | an d [iedmlnton Astodation. On form, however h. has prol.,l LEAGUE CHAMPS TO TOlK s. AfVlCA |>' *o\ is.* i i up-boldera, are to torn Boutl J^nexl M Tin. lun taken vet thi Invitation extended to the Scottish v A Dundee will be m !*.uih Africa for nine week* end will play between ii and II PORT-OT-SPAIN D* Ml Mr. Jmk KKIIUJ. Managpr of %  i i IM team to England arid Ch.iiimmi of the BsWOBdM Selection OosasDsJthM i ben todU If Krankie Woi relt is kvailable, ftarbadog will have i'<> in selecling hun /< f the colony metchee agalnet the the fact thai thi or anl Indiana," Mr. Kidney, In Trtnltwelve i %  BJH '"* for uu r*n Quiatmai race worrell i ...., : and to vUt his daughters raid |WorreU hai not ret repuV Barbedoi Invlaed Worrell to plaj Berbados Invitation, Mr. Kidney Fen the Oolotky/i team hut had added; "Frankle hi aualtrleci k ea I in THnklad newapepen ihat plaj for i*>th cotonlea. ii was ur el %  eaaion 4e jumping again f.n CematMaa u an U ..hurdling. And worfclng hard all u tin | The venerable bones <>f Whittle will have u< bestir then i %  • next March. Cambridge have not %  '. — L.E.S. AUSSIES WIN DAVIS CUP Doubles fair BRITAIN'S BOUASII TEAM Kill U.S.A. B IMTAIWS w„lf, No, ; i | ,„, %  „. ,.. %  .i ibi Unadowni run. Utud lh. i hlpi which ,.n th>. list lh. Wolfe-Nori CU| 11 I 'lif llarbailuv I'ulirr DON TS FOR DRIVERS lku'i drive fusi u.i uel or troxen roads, or in leg — rniember Ihat on a slippery road surface .our brake* ma> Inworse Ihun useless. Supreme • biltrrly fought to deuee la evej The "> Mining blow eame Ihat went (. rlth AOILAIDE Australia n telned poi ha %  Devi up, en ruunie duel of Frank Sedgman and Km McGregor erhipped the U '-" I" Ii I'H nf Tony Ti I c Bi Lxai in the double •> :t %  i. i 6, .i befori fifteen i tana. The Victory following their sweep oi 1 • %  *. | .1 i;.,\ c \ || i >, only two singles %  at ch ee rcnuining toaaorrOW. Scdsnian made the dirter%  nce. Hi bawd eat ouisniarted durinR I or in his sinalis \ Icioi % ovr* • Ajnerleani after losing in*rli-i two ..is i, re baek to take tl.. 'hud g~-I aivi it appealed ihey h.id lound naubl.u.it the Austral the fourth set f a ." ui control ., and ihe Austi di. 5—3. n was thirty all than dew mulch pa then Ike name M UcG tertng setvice agi s. ba' —I*.p. jeeoooeooo--*-' .%  --•STOCK-TAKING NOTICE We will be cliv11..MIII':..S ..ii KKIIIAY 2nd nd SATI'HUAY 3rd JANUARY l'l.Vi. fur our Annual Mook Taking IMI'DKIAI. OPTICAL CO. I Our seletiioii does J s justitc l,i this ..ii£'',. ("^preine slandard — BXw '" Trupiial, l.lghl. rf-t-i %  Medium and COMMUNITY FRIENDLY SOCIETY The Community FriendK Sodetj with its head Upper Baxter'g Road thi 1I3 Society thai payment plan. So bc1 ome a imnilifii You hoi on ite but youi children's alao, Why 1 1 g member ; and be amon] % %  I first. Head ... ifJi|fcftSii.5:5e,}5''rt5',555'' '''<;.' ;, r s f J S J',' % %  > ;-^ I We Extend to .,; our Customers Sincere Friends and %  Hj Wishes for a %  HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Tinll.ii'iiiiiins I' iii; l.id. To All Our Customers and Friends We Wish A Prosperous New Year • P. C. S. MAFFEI & Co.. Ltd. FYFFES LINE The T.S.S. (.111 I IT11 South%  mpton on Sunday. Itl % %  < nUaafj the name day for Tl Ii There vi liable (Off Trinaljd. HI LbU January • Apply : Wilkinson & Haynes Co.. Ltd. Z3*mwmwiwiKmwMmuMMKmnmmnmm*mmnnnKwnn&\ /



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I.IIM.-I,\I. 1,. i i i iu.it BARBADOS IIHIK \ n I' W.I II1KII OHimiNOVEMBKK RA1I\ ABOYK AVER.-M.K IROOKLAX h tV SUfg way BROOKLA; iRLAX .. :.w eSSJf way Weather n last lime*, (.olden apple* %  IBMBI the %  N frits and lii*i-..vi Skeete, Din ithlv note* <>' the wot .ring the montn . I.kl BROOKLAK the safe %  %  >• ^ %  uToKLAX HOCOLATC LAXATIVl % %  7 Jf**iu H 1ASON CNES* CO I TO %  %  r.nt. 8 %  %  \i.nl\ tie-il mid (lit-111 n „\ 1 .of his d. let-fly. green leal mental MHlini Plan, m • r I > %  gHUet* 111 .• %  %  .< %  1 „, tir „ can %  : . %  %  %  ..f -r,.Island 1 On-, hundied JIKI n th. 2nd 18th and 22nd I N % %  .as .t during the month irom vsrtouj %  : nifu trtea Iran prtval %  %  1 M.irk tin SoflttaM %  am a 1 1 r $618 27 The name isFIRESTONE the • %  rind. 78 Inehcs Members .if the extension staff ittva Officer month %  >l fur |h : ponding i>er.od (m IM I ( nmpclilit:,.* The An tour comceni aauoa with bcr, IBS?, .il ;%  t IcultUTul uiid In1 1 *'' Inch .-.lion look pim-r lion Oftlevr and foi tht ol si John and the lowest wut n.nn w*re as follows.—(a) S ... I 1 nriwriM During. Departn \ 08M %  d n r IS 10 Ei 1—1 5 PC W > w w PC E-H o g PC < H W 0 Z o w £j H Charles McEnearnev & Co.. Lid. ph. 4493 I St. Li Oi.'.onu P* pi Ml A 1 loi Ihe Central livestock Station, the BntomC" NHi OK* %  a iv-.mi of raru IWQ %  lloidingt. jnd idi Cotton Piou i' **f* cotopl >UKJr ,nr .,,.,,. hr p..,,,. ,>, ; s.. d the I* h npsetoi and the %  ctiad partoiew • %  \ %  %  %  %  %  • l with the rail A*, .cullui.il Inonscd :— Ltaf Anaiysli lAsjricullural l/rou ii tl .i, M„||. Chaw ilcUd dun,,, th. month T ,„. V !" ?,,.."^.^ %  far. It are au %  ..lyils (CulUvalH 1 thtoe in connection < >fflcer 1 it!"-* > iXS^'ptanii^oruS-flKa m ..:• %  %  Accord %  stun under the a ijai < ana < \ %  %  1937 (193T -7. ihe to! of can to I tions in IBSS is 35.B8J 1 made up of 10.454.10 .. canes and ZS.528.3S ratOO Kinds. The aereage to 1 %  in 1B53 is 257 18 leu than In 1952 |B plant oanaa and an : H20.7I acr.s of ratoons, iat m in the third, fourth nd iiith ratooos. To the total al 35.9R2 15 acras to be reaped by muil be added the 11.111\ atorj which Is estimated to be 8.500 acres, making j grand total jf 44 48 2 19 The Initial aaUjnat*"' %  M Noyi rrop iddilioit h .i^ ca plai bad • %  on SUIH in So-N (Agncul'i v, %  ..-11..:. Eoton n IVrty-lwo out ol threi* MM %  .in.1 tornatoas There wai • tot.il of 119 head uf hvostoxk M the *ix Station* \ ... mhci ThesJ ol miu were prefaced ^ f r ? n " M d 1 u r.^Au Vor %  -' -" M ^ fJSot^Sd^p ; paid for at Ihe £•"*£. qulcl .. follows—bull* for Potash_dete-m.n..t.on 49. rani and boars undp 7-'. nuiking 1 lutal of 401 for the Thirty sample^ Of imlk wen' Kntomolotical -.ul>ii io. Ihe Centra uii cl?aln ..•" s,i 1 • -riting i>f paraana bleeding units ^" "* ilana 10 U ft'C. makes • total ..f II.IT0.U in mt %  %  Hi .i : %  ,.,. recorded •I ruguay'Pays First Visit For Season Payim ihe • I Iruiuai" 1 rvfmai on ol th thre ota | ol l ir_shipt—the othr itigation. Milks nrjiii which hen U 1 • IrasjojilaMi %  hit'; 11 lanuai t '' l miu 11 t ilia al I had rUu Ma %  1 nl S IHHIl I II fat month Of 4 2T. cent. p 1 in s NF The I'm and %  %  1 % %  wing '" %  it, ^rtrtTrS^nd'a SoTnjp s 'sir^ ,hrr^d,t.r'^,/;;, aaw worm %  !. ...lie... i iths and the ,' 1 lart" on Iha icreages of plant cane and 1 • 1 .ted for control raentaitrucUol < ba barvaatod b> plantaol corn ear worm have become orator* ;it Colei lg< Parry aM 9 acres) in th. -aesUbUabad In UM UM • • rloua parMhrs of the I'land duiuig txs '"• %  '' %  pclures on Iha *• %  %  Wi \g gfvari 1 tunaxaiw earlier in t5i Biamanurj Ooneral iciaoo ATarel the average fat eontenf Pal Octobei 11 November 4 8 8.8 Department of Kdm ution npirki l ouac in ptap.-1 t., ih. .. Bj '>" o/clot %  rat* Ih 11' -a. no parkuiK patl .i% iha percentage* of plant .am '''^ an) ol the teavtar rau ai tnt p, 1 .'! %  %  pplicatlon of thi* chemical "1 *il new pi.nit 1 U 1 en by the Oowarnmant t.. Hani ant arj 1 achars at the, si tw Qlrla 1 Bchool i" ra. hprlligliiil que.il n. in In tioli t OI.OMWI. COUIM. tuUmiUe al perl • da] on has I I .1., let %  T before returning t.> 1... al agenai tig U %  daenMa are u M Jone ajaO agents fi %  A I Summary of Acreaaen of Cane*, to If harveMed In 153. from Hsldlm* ml more Uun 10 aere. S. Michael oh. ch, s. Philip • 1 s. John B Jo %  j I B Luej s. Tnomas Sixth Mini r M S ond Third fourth Tilth Eilhlh Cairn Ulttc-ins Hat am It 1 %  lt4tl..'lls ind 'IVnlh It.it. %  > B1I2 89 • 62 IT 170 17 M M 81)1 4 tilth I.5M.25 1 .MJ.W 1 INI T IM 75 11 a 17 50 .. . M 50 1 ilium .111.24 123 34 3 50 •1 1.005 02 71)0 25 25.74 1*731 1 • llli 57 120 20 11 50 M | . 1 571 00 :ill 25 50.75 It .00 Mi M l'J7 50 41 Ml 6 00 till'l 1 %  '. 483 25 170 75 34 50 5 00 82'.).H2 251 71 9 72 901 00 71.7 25 251.75 27 00 10,451.10 .1 ., | .., %  ...1 4.593 29 1 MO M 111 2i %  IVrrrnla*.* of SiiK.tr I'.n.. jrl.llrs ti Varttts B4T101 II 41WH I. 1 i.ci .\t.v...l apai in IMI 71. 1 I 24 IVasnnt AKfieultWN limd Imps .mil (lardcn P.M. (,. Op.ralii.ii iKwa.malnUiri.il tu .„,„., ,1,,,. um,, .,: .:,. .„ ronlroUIng MM l.J." ..,„. N...,.... 1.. 1 .,1. ,..,-. 1 ul.11.ilti.t t„. ol ni:i-i.'i.~' ,,. . ol ,„,r. Bi.l. ..-.I K . ., cant laad araanal* whWk 1.11 I %  po.<> % % %  Con •' %  • 1 it ..M.I1.-1 al th umaa! "" -'• '. ; •'','" loom ..... ,., DM 1 s,.u'-i>. and i by Ihc Ocpaili. .1,1... lion willi Ih. on Iha O ,:,„-i ,„.,. ... in,Can %  ipreaidedalapul Plaid aa wall a. anrrirn vatv Ih. Stl lhat nearly ln| aponaorad hy th. Po %  '" '. 'nil. lii-iwi. -1111. w,iinii i C'cjisumarr aV which Ml .liirinr the hu „ Ip ,,.„ „,„ kl |,,„ \,, 11.,, 1 Arn 1 w.i 111 >ocd uppl) ..,.-,. „. movl 11.11' I on tha th local co-01* "'"'", Wiiotl Anl Conlrol '*".' 'rowillK Wl-11 -Hi I q-,|-.| i,.,,—,,.,,,,,. IrvalmnnlK VclopniCIlt Ih Btltl % %  V nTad* O?" %  ": %  evened > %  > n„ %  !%  %  ,.„.: 9oc-2 %  "s k,M m uria.do houses dunng November .-o-t ueratora derived gre ; markad ,, „...,... u, m dcnu m * :, <" ,, " discussion, -r i %  a leOoa parai I HoUniral i| ..rk in sugar cane Orova B) iha -"he \>i of th month B5 Unierns were Si ralna' >'• ml cultlvatoi 1 'luring the Cotton i -Bun but ... M IIOONI Ks IIM'.IMMI %  been u1 ilnti 1 i< centlj Am l.-iriK Iha Fraaklyit l> R which begun I TV)1aI tJvei H. _^ _^ otbera li ivu betui repainted TW Ihi Mart M I eU and 1 meiii.r 11 I'd 1 Ibea : %  I British 1 Mary M 1-rwi| :i wll .... I Tin %  111. < I1.11.T. W Smllh ..oil Ihe it, 10 llanirl WhUlaker have The lalti i latl on H 1 the Fi-hinu 1 I ranee Smllh BlUI In l>i< 1 :i H;-. ::, UBL MP A— < VU |.fleat If. %  I -II %  ( 11 %  1 wit! ...... i % %  In on el which la co %  \ itton I MO\ll\(. The untoeduu <>t si" 1 %  :tmued yet* I I % % %  I iK-ipi nt trip, la and men H a .11 harbour In p the s..nurn... T. 111 |nal i Una/ Sunanv lln. ta> I'raaprrUr el iha Una UM t'aaadlan CiaUrr ..nil the iiiolor Ship Daila I (BARBADOS) LTD. IMPERIAL CHEMICAL (PHARMACEUTICALS) LTD. (o/rtpun., ol t'tptnal Chenn. I (Dwr C^uictiitc llbl)(orl)ott Moy happinasi and good H.allh b. youn Irooogh cut 1953 MANNING & CO., LTD. THE CORNER STOKE S.5-.:S^'fl!!3V.*..WS^ I 1 ne te Reyistratioii Knti rpri i best rate-., em :*m:*y o a r tri.rl fund* al our caovrnleiitl* Hri.lc tooted 4 1 < Hr.1.1 li One piece creations by Model Mode of form-flattering Swimsuits in Lastex. Sizes 32 — 42 and price ranged from $13.12 $28.11 Beautiful colours and colour combinations in a choosy range—Flame. Royal Blue. Lime and Med. Green. Gold. Orchid. Black. White. Turquoise. Silver Grey trimmed black Orchid trimmed mauve and Blu trimmed white. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA A number oi designs — Flame. Sea Gull. Sorrento. Merdream. Temptation, and the Mermaid packed in individual plastic Beach Bag. Geo. Sahilv & Co* Vta) Ltd. fca a js ssj wwwfwnctwftgwi*ww



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r M.I i HI i BARBADOS APVO. \ I I wn.NT-ins DW . w BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE NEWS I IIOJI IIIIITAIX AIM ENGINE DOWN ON %  ' "f 1 l' V • %  %  %  -1 %  • %  I I s HUM! flWHlll'f open .... Mes* i %  i % %  ;,isi in. nth i : M' ran ciama and that heads "t dopartmanti n*i i :.. tion about se:l-;ml ImiiMi vtow <>i tin fad ihat Mr. : might to have provided nifllclenl Informa..I rations d> I % %  the vlail !• %  i i the two self-aid housing expert runlttee to adi net appointed until diu li r ol tho expert* .ind for the li:>' time during thai visit the ; etts in St. Lucj wae vialted and inspected by snmc heads <>f the <\> \ meoti represented ,| ,llr eommlttco. M the departure of the e\j in November It was agreed that Manager of the Housing Boed i construct two pilot hou %  by the Comn This week a K>cally maflul I mal .MI;: machine commenced to maki i erejti lot the two pilot hou-. UM Baj Batata Meanwhile tinG a taj appointed to adviee on tell aid ha %  has continued to hold meeting! and i tacts have been made with individuals Ln the parish of St. Lucy where thi Brat %  chesne li to be attempted. There has however been no olftciaJ announcemenl from the governm< 11 the mdiviiiu.ii or department which will be responsible for the implementation o| the scheme. The indications are that the %  i inmcni having sent Mr Lathley to BBS self-.nd housing schemes in the field an reluct.mt to give him full responsibility for the pilot scheme at ClinckettS. ITie suggestion to start a pilot scheme al CUncketti appears not to have originated with the Manager ol the Housing B but with the Social Welfare or some government department. The Housing Manager is not himself %  head ol %  department but acts under the Instructions of the Homing Board Unfortunately of < %  on the Hou Board Mr l. II Adam freojU* absent from Barbados and the mestll the Board garnetimei break up Inn lack of a quorum. The tell aid bousii ing it would appear before the govsn baa decided upon whom reaponaf'jllit) for the pilot scheme is to reel That i real pity. Mean I Ian la an I Hat %  have only two months to spend in 1 L*T and the Incidence of the vesti i i during the Brat fortnight <>( theii cannot but handicap the commence!-. the el mi Aw try < an hardly be asked tO appoint a self-aid liai fl :illl It is certain of the personnel ol 'is own vestry, The Initial propagai da I necessary must therefore be conducted by an a. (I | i ( the central government the idea, of the Social Welfare !>< mont and ol the Hou Board ma coincide with the views of the Hou Manager whom the government aant at the tea expi to gain Hrel hand experience ol self-aid schemes Already tingovernment may be criticised for allowing the date of the sell-aid h< experts' ai rival to have drawn BO without having commenced the \i educational campaign without whit scheme cannot possibly .succeed Self aid housing IN not a new D Cheap houses nor is it an Sasj a/Sj tO acquire a house It meal that a man must not only help to build his own house but the houses ol Borne tout tei n oth< It means that the work must be done at inconver.ii a ing and 1st* period. W ince of what the schec.i | brOU to cvcrvoii %  propaganda will I A yet the iriiment is Btl i up its mind upon whose shoului: full ri for the pilot scheme Bhou I real it does an effective p' car.not be carried . I. ill M in 11 %  than with I .• in vain, rhc animals' Uiroati and lungs %  %  %  he Do.i.imaU B *' r i • %  hf r hush! %  .' %  what he %  I band and *H> itwaen thtmncf of a fat itcrr was ' Runcii I : 200 All the : iurthough when Lor-l t, QU 'hat vonicti. aa well as mn. Si ottkSj ihould i" l\rd-Cr Karkrf The big usad-r. i :• % % % % %  i is dy%  %  %  ';.ing on the home marA FARM • RTIfs HEADLINE BREWERS tXHIBlTlON • ll,'hi tret ihumpln I .. %  > i.i.hfrd.'" ket At the end of the war. whin cars were difficult to a l rr.eans of dlsposinp of their motor* 'sironM-hai.d" fir above COtl i Thm lh) ::d-hand ..iTBd. %  twelve monuu m slumped. The prices .f a second-hand 1"* %  I %  M huni!T(l Mxiinds to aciiiid £360. A ucond-hand 1940 Vaiwliall 1" U down bv %  i I EST2 models have dropt. The 19 Vanguard has lini^ ed from tiw:> to ESOO; !> %  1"* H Morris "O" from C1MK1 to C0 nwo used -ars will t*U K With bus ff K"l"K UP H 'll innn be CW uu tii afovk. P.. -;:e-.| Job The worid^wlde broadeaat of j mi Cor i '' % % %  li will prob, i... || B B i :. %  .1. to the iuiil, ; London rcatauranta. Oni* .. MUbUahmeni u tarvini cuts— About 250 eommantab %  lue rosette—at J obs< rvers will be on dul>. in prlc,. „i • ,.ins.. udditlon to the broadcasts in Enabsh. M given In si the M Btl David lanauages. jnd able And sixteen or seventeen telerOUant lawyer In VWoa cameras will be set up at in .. court vanUs* polata. of li.W l> iin oi. %  '" v s un 1 use 11 v.. "'id lektvli i* ei i will i rate wrtoui :. N % %  ' 0| that %  wtU hundred ..,.,. sound WavltlOil .irculU. jiits of UM ceremony Which .ii televised will be rc. vi. i •. rolortau eordaA Tha tHMla will I %  Immediately to all COUntrtca with I i bvT V —II 1 New I ni|iliiisis On Britain'* Military Aircraft Procluclion l.i iNDON t town In I %  %  ,". it i %  ni uial the asUon mid %  mil It was loo much for .i %  U financial | 1 ire. Prlma Mmi-U .ol that 1 fSOO iiuiii.-n %  work. i n %  ii the < '• % %  i ictlon ol i'!. at the .. poaribla with the mbrodui II) n <>f new and ,i!\ .ii.i • %  lypaa. is ih s wm.' Than in Britain who think UM Royal i | %  i feel that I de 'm quantity and not .... v. i % %  %  n Bun %  been butklkie %  ,. d like td. htei ami %  %  . %  : ii -the • I : %  %  \ Kli i ihiut it 1943 I \ la its haulers Ihac i ould iin wuh aUU %  i a slow %  I>,,I It u nee Churchill i o riled oul %  ll In. ii Oli\-r : i-;:>i nHUloa In %  %  %  U I million, %  %  %  %  %  a aveB hishar bui on the British on tne %  ononu BjBBasnvuy. A' %  naUorj about c 1.500 million annuan>. :%  • produi %  %  %  % %  I M %  million, the < %  Mi pattarn ol ipu I • lu < %  "( planM read) %  tratad on prtorlt) t> 1 %  • %  iinHawkar 1 t illanl and Vulcan ..1.. I ihe oani re attacker. Added < mi brads on the pro%  %  T UM 1 alrcrofl i> .Lit'. III! Mi I. .HI fore* ...... ill hava tuna %  • .me starts ol i mil aa. Everyone Ehuuj will, but >f II does, %  .1 '..1 \iv.ii could be Iil>lM'il by Ihe number of alrcrttfl 1 0 be • %  lined have not been dli loaed 1 be Immsrt %  will be the b %  ment of iibout ",S00 though it U I Ol the.se .v ill I* diverted to ol I their areas, %  i not bleuk %  < dad by th. toi Ua 1 Kpandtarj Cxporl Tlie temporary lUsstnployment I.hislry v laboui II I .1.1, -I ill H: 1 at turnover b) %  month. More Lessor BesdoV i" 111 -ut Ol I] %  .... M it i. tailed, if tii"'. u u> win DOW be t inilil.iO ...;. raft H Finn* which have had lo nir.; down oppoiiunltlea fur 1 %  Ihe to the Brftlsh \'ill DOW be open hir Ih ... power .ind machine i| %  .... A1iM.1i! expocta ire now at %  ii' of (43 million : 0d this due-. DOt '• %  1 ny export* of Jet or turbuprop Expldining tho reaaons for the phinned slow-down Mr. ChUTvhi tSM d>: nu'f I %  % %  %  :.. .. • I %  oew prograoune follov broad UDM ol pobcy I he raid: "if thi.s 1 leal is t • it certainly does not rest with US — we aanlze our defence .in Dsa %  a eonrtantly < odlture of %  tsooep % %  1 % %  itertau over an Indefinite period. %  At the .ni1 ma, Mr Churchlll 1 \i 1 lined bow U %  ni tin' country's position would allow an InCP SXPOrta, including the irm nnents to friendly and allied This diversion nf ,• aid Mr. ChurchUL 1-. 1^ necessai-y for OUT toi It would to it-; full itrcolgUt, with all tha. means f< %  in in ihould) par come 1 — I..I:.N. slur laiiiiiiis ^IIY: \/,iu Domath M ; %  %  to publitii %  total of tl.l I %  1 B\ 5t S Cat M ...,.ii. si Paul a s< A Home • B> I \-. %  1 %  Sin. Hoi SIR,—K 1 1 %  %  %  who In any Incss t.i%  My i h a n fca, now n 1 would be Incomplete without tpeoial men%  tnembers of th %  who have given rruHi ince HI lo actruj <.f iii. patMmta Mi 1 K N. B*;laaes ind her t'ommittee who t'>! i Ided the %  tad srtth an anrtmas Treat %  : m fur bla good work in provldlna 1 %  I %  hotlld ahe like to t %  ...... one 1 happy and %  New Y. I have (lie honour to be. %  Y r obedient -rvant. C I ntwAuits. Sunerintendent. T1IF I I 1111. h %  ThiIsW/i frmm I ft I ii'ii'. Tne Adoocaie. your m"*i %  %  %  .v. the Metropolis York %  \\h:* H a postal %  I 1 : in., that fa ;vtstbll or :IT'. u %  to pita UM bs thai memorce of the v 111. her.'. 1, contimnng such a %  %  %  .: ISO, I was m the Wheat province ol Saskatchewan C centlnulng my TlasotOgical studieft 1 1 latred by Eetuti from •. >lig elainuil th. ) ad no) heard one word from me 5 nee I wss a UIBOB by Who ever it %  ed and di T fa .nds who very %  the warm and ronaopotsdontf o* ihnr %  %  1 Ihi hour, when ihixe m WAQld • i-omiption | n hfaatl 1 %  VI U) SKEETE. City. (By MtVM.I. li(.IKS, IMAGINE surtin,; to build a submarine in a hole in a cattle pasture 160 r gait water. Vet this is happening tonight with Sea Wolf, America's second atomic submarine The 179-1' asd with concrete. It is to be the base for a as-tiht radiationproof sphere. The pasture is near Schenectady, New York home of the General Electric Company. G.E.C. has the contract for the sub marine. In$ido the sphere a prototype atomic engine will be built. Experiments will be easier there than ut sea. It will be a different engine from the one being built for A-sub No. 1. the Nautilus. No. 2 will operate at high) I 1 1 I The U.S. Navy says either Nautilus or Sea Wolf will be able to sail under the Polar ice pack indefinitely—atomic subm.. not need oxygen for engines. And the crew will get uir from u device that take Power note: tjlh. of uranium equal* IMilHI.lMHI ions of coal. RIGHT across the Pacilic Ocean General Eisenhower and his chief advisers secretly work out the future policy of the new US Government. When will we find out what they decided' —When Eisenhower makes three speeches his inauguration address on January 20. hi> later State of the Union message, probably delivered to Congress in person, and his budget message to Congress. Watch for these and you will know where America is going. HAMBURGER is selling in Chicago meat markets for 2s. less than a year ago. Fourtl grade sirloin steak is at the lowest price ir right years. Why this mountain of meal, largest IE post-war history? High prices encouraged cattle and hog raising: the passing of the horse, driven ou' by the tractor, opened new pastures : won der drugs put meat on animals faster: weedkillers and fertilisers produce more feed al lower cost. LEVER RROTHERS has just built a glas> skyscraper on Madison avenue to house tin 1,200 members at its American headquarters And now the United States Government files a suit to grind their establishment, ii 1 not the building—into bits. \ The Government contends that Lever and its chief rivals. Proctor and Gamble, and Colgate-Pulmolivo-Peet. are monopolism? American housewives' snap and cleanse! business. It demands that they be broken up int smaller competing companies. AKRAM YOUSIFF SOUL chose a, nnvt means to pay for his schooling at America's University, He tried to smuggle ir. £35,000worth of morphine in the false hot torn of his suitcase. Hwill probably have to continue his studies in jail, for he was caught at the New York airport, and confessed. IN Alabama Judge Walter Jones demand' the return of the whipping post "to protect the rights of law-abiding people." He wants sterner laws on pleas of insanity in criminal trials and a majority of the jur> to decide verdicts. CALIFORNIA astronomer Seth Nicholson has discovered a 12th moon of Jupiter, bu' it Is only 14 miles round its waist. Nicholson discovered three other Joviar moons. Three travel round the planet east to west, nine west to east. NORTH Atlantic air freight will shoot up 340 per cent, in the next four years, layi lb line chief Raymond Norden. He has applied to Washington to operate an all-freight service to Britain and Western Europe. INFLATION leads Superintendent Parker Hancock to ;isk the New rismpehire Govern ment for authority to ps) Suite jail convict is. 9d. a day for their work instead ol !s SUGAR HAY ROBINSON will not goback his middle-weight lioxing crown in hb home state of New York simply because h< agrees to light Turpin in London next June That is too long to wait for a Rohinsnr Robert K. Christenbery. chairmar of the New York Boxing Commission. • • • PRESIDENT TRUMAN set up a militan manpower commission of civilians. Now President-elect Eisenhower has told therr to gel to work. Their job is to (ind ways o' getting more lighting power out of .1.600,000 men and women in uniform. Today the* started under the leadership of QsCrSrS David Sarnoff. head of the Radio Corporation of America. The Rev Martin Luther Hux ?s going te burn a copy of the new revised standarr Bible in public. He accuses the Nationa' Council of Churches of Christ of making ar "immoral profit" from it by holding on tc copyright And he denounces its substitution of new words for some of those in th< Km* James Bible. a • • SHIPBUILDERS envy four orders for liners received bv British yards in a fort. night. Saya the New York Times: "Not a ingle passenger liner is under construction or on order in the United States." Till; III II I SIMM' jnns^nv. BTATSONBKI MlllHM.. iiro.ui rrereet THE LIQUOR STORE WITH THI A Prosperous New Year TO ALL OIR CUSTOMERS I'nim WILKINSON & IIAYNLS Co.. Lid. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. l-hunc 117;. 1617 lll< KHIril STORES Net Curtain . material* — a rliaire si 'Iff I in % %  to give Mini' liuicie a V sear look. 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