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PAGE rwo SUNDAY ADVOCATE II H IS Excellency th;I Mrs. Savage, clebrated attending the at the Royal Baibados Re-Transferred To Trinidad George Hutci.. SUNDAY. JANUARY { t ^ Sold Out T RIF.D 10 f*t into the Empire Theatre on Friday night to (he pnmlfn perfitrmanreof P ikv' hut the crowd AOI ATM < alv|lvo >lrillf been transfam j.ranch of Messrs. Cat, i VViieU** IW.I.) Ltd. an-! -n. • • n v n W A Innving Business rgs to* %  Ad Clubs did a thrivTnnldad about a year afl ing business with dimu-i o srorkad wrlth tiv night, as hardlv mj had dinner at home All tin C • \ rj invitiiiK ami .. HM lining rooms wer.all at1 at th. •aily stage, everyone wt. | festive mood. At the Windsor. Arnold Mean: Ml UttU Mranies proided music for dining and danclnr. was so den * w impossible to ire until quite late in the * Ihr <"'Kh They were eomiveniftf. Balloons seemed to be P'"".* *ld out. nnd hundreds cv.ivwhere. hundred.* of them w '"'"M iw.v Heard thai hanging in clusters In the dining another lerrifi< rrewd we' there room and in the lobby. Several ,m '• i Auid Long hyne ail signalled Tourists than the olher West Branch of the Canadian burnt 01 In the New Year Meanwhile at the Aquatic Club much the same thing was going on, there were novelty balloon and spot dances, the lights went out at midnight, to switch on the New At the Club Morgan there were two orchestras, and between Peter I Midnifht Revelry near the bar Almost everyon the announcement ot their en/"tLEVIE GITTENS and his full islands. €> Congrats C IONCRA'IOLA 1101*8 and Best Wishes to Mr. |>ed Toppin. %  fei ot Air uncl Mrs A. H. Toppin, • tew Haven', Hastings, and Miss joyce Johnson, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Eric Johnson ot Grenada, %  eemed to be wearing some tenement last night crai] looking paper hat, and DOUM makers, balloons and people. people making as much noise as they possibly COUM l cnioying this night of blch is celebrate I in all pa'rls of the world. M R rl Married D. N BENSK1N of Codrington Hill, St. Michael was married on Thursday afternoon at Mt. Tabor Moravian Church to Miss E. A Nurse, Assistant Teacher of Grace Hill Girls School KA orchestra wilt be making the music tonight from midnight to 7 a.m. tomorrow, at the Midnight Dance and Revel' at "Edgeton," Country Road, where Mr. J. Dalzcll Douglas will be host to a gay narly Actor And Journalist Here TTOl 1DAYING in Barbados for Jtl about a month are Mr. .and i Tcpper of C. British Oil* %  rived here recently by B.W.I.A.. and a: Hie Hasting* fotel M Tepper who is i n the Real •^•tfte b uslii e ns In 0 ael and joiu-naiisi. He ,:;tes many articles tothe lUafa Guiana Press and is heard •l station ZFY. (leorgelown in Dramaticr A frequent visitor to the island. -e said Ih.tt the service at the Hotels was very good. It measured up to many of the hotels in the ji'* cities up north and should a!t act lots of visitors. Mr. Tepper said that he was preparing three stage plays all ol local talent in Georgetown and • hey will be presented t*> t h It public shortly after which It is %  %  lied that %  tour will'he made Ol t h e West Indies including r.arhados. Up For Two Weeks M R/ EVA SEARL nnd her daughter Miss Dorothy Seari of Caracas, Venezuela are now spending u holldav in the island. They came in recently by B.W.I A. .nit two weeks and are staying at the Hastings Hotel Mrs. Searl is Secretary to the Manager of the Grtce Line Department in Caracas, while her laurhtSJC is a Secretary of K.L.M. Dutch Airlines. • M R. ROGER MIRO. orltfnallv from Paris and now working a* an Architect in a Venezuel in Government Ministry, was in arrival from Venezuela recently by B.W...A.. for two weeks, holiday and is staying at the !,-.• ngs Hotel. JOHN GODI>ARD. who will load Barbados against British Guia* Is a strong candidate for the Captaincy of the W.I. team *3 t England. Toured Island On Bicycle From Carae*. The New Runway -l-MIKhJ %  : ictlon Companies itrlved M-slerday by TransCanada. They were Mr. Thomas Ml Cecil Dexter and Mr Asley Colter, all interested in f,av ,rom Halifax via Montreal by he aonatTUCtlon of the new runT.C.A, to spend two weeks at the way nt Seawell. ">cean Vlev Hotel Jump and Jive O HRKN'S Park House Jumped with jive last night as pretty airls. and Gents In their shining dinner Jackets, danced in the Nw Year. It was the Spartan from 1937 to 1941 used to live Cr lcket and Football Club's Anln Marbador arrived here yester„ ui | nance. Mr. C. B. Browne's orcnestra pplied the music and merryUsed to Live Here M R. and Mrs. H. Ormiston. who I Finishing Touches ZHappy ALL CV8TOOKH and WIl'XDS PLAJSTATtmNS £im Likes It So Much M R. G p WATT, i Bond Dealer from Montreal, who was < %  ..nen In the building adhere last year likes Barbados so ' N snHun and Co.. much that he has returned again tttlng the fiiii,hlng touches for a holiday He arrived yesterI t A and will be here stood will open on Friday it hai ,. approximately one month. He two very v. od ther u ill spend another month rldtinj anrows ol shelves runn tuj slot m ot the other West Islands." two sides of the building, which after which he will be going on by ne-t week prebablg' will i, to Morfel Africa and Europe. He ll ready for the openlnt is staving ut the Windsor Hotel day The Novelty Store,' us It win i>e called ii branch of th< Modern Di Rave ye i heard that they will sp %  %  1 ho make %  i ; %  'Ii.'-" - ' Son And Heir • MIATIONS tO Ml nd Mrs. wer Greys', Colin Thomas i hurch ot : belt i.n Fngagement %  in. Williams M Blaehmam, .i.... H< i i u Arohls in ol Bprlni Osrdeo, Black Rock WE WISE rot ... 3 Staying On M R. B, V D VBN u : Holland and now manufaiIgent for n number oi European Arms with headquarters .. Cam as, • sme in hei %  i ,ng on for about anoti i two before returnlni I it the O %  %  i %  %  cs at Expect To Return A TO p> og the i hruun u James Toohney, Jnr„ „( the Ford Mol >i "f IVin.it. lefl n,r Ii ion. M| by H W I A . %  ToohtQ i of Louisiana. Thej wen Ing at the Ocean Vien M .•xpect to return f,u ;, |,,i,. Miss Toohey and aftas BBUtta aro both school teachers In Aruba worldni with the Standard Oil Cosnpanj for the past i. nuking and dancing continued until the esrlv hours of this morning. Balloons and other decorations. hung all over the Ballroom. The certainly came In with a swing as the Spartan Dance was l rollicking success. € * Baldwin's Secretary Intransit AJOK Denis Vaughan, Private Secretary to Earl Baldv, -i of Antigua, was an arrival on Pi. i .y from England on the < %  intranslt for Antigua. He Is DOW spending a couple of days in the island before laavtn| Mvlng at the Marine Motel. SKELETON CHOS8WOBD M p— r P i x Visitors Like Barbados M R and Mrs J T V Watson of Leeds. England, were arrivals on Friday by the S.S. Gascogne". They are now spen.lIng a short holiday here as guests Comings And Coinfi Vf R. and Mrs. Uale Smith, aat •i'l were married on Decemba nth at Mrs. Smith's parents m West Chester, Pennaylvaaia, returned on Friday by B.WJA along with Miss Barbara, Marlon ter Nlckey Canby. daldren nl Mrs. Smith. M R and Mrs. Hugh Coxe aadl son arrived from Jamaica I'lirudad on Friday W IS W 1 A. Mr. Coxe is Branca Manager of B.W.I.A. In Jamaka here for u holiday lad k ii the Hotel Royal. S ilt EDWARD CUNARD left da] by B.W.I.A. lar %  I %  %  %  :IT AND, OF COURSE WHEN YOU NEED LIGHT FOR THE WAY AND LIGHTS FOR EVERY DAY AJURT PHILIPS LAMPS iiaiiii RMIIIlf|IK||RK Geologist Takes Time Out E IVI" WII -I-IAM ItFI.I. a C„.„l,,S ITI H* %  th* Si, II i §||lon\uany in Vein I.I.I II] h] II W I A. for n V* at Hotel Orlglnall) Irom England. Mi •*" %  l>d been working m Vene'uela for the oast 11 U.K. Horticulturiat Intranait ii P COBBALO, ., horucultunat „f KIIBI.IIHI was an II) "ilransil tn Domaccompanicil by his "an 'si l|iise To Spend Five Weeka V|R ANI1 MRS. W .1 HK ,, ,K A '"" ". Virginia .re now "I for about live waeka' JM staying al Sea View Cueat ixi.sui arauw. I. The mane u made luao a rooe. a. noon oaaoar I aaa m a unaaw. ta nua baot ux a n, 11. Are diltaraoa. 12. Belioid th, tkoclnnm* ji ScS^r^ S6JP rST3 a aid a,„o. & asa-ato-ssi. w r*ven or iHm < "* iiv .Z y J"* 11 WBl *'i*o ssssau ibiS i • tta **• S III tl |H)WN I Mlflit lw M M to w. ^^^^ • A.*>la mwH They r provtrbUUv Ifboy u, w ^ %  • MsMBM In Ufa* } Human rat IBA ICatlt %  "HWra. Mas. J .'amoua pau.ir attta *Mlr*!y agnlaav Tobago via Trinidad. He la Barbados on Saturday. Douglas Robbins was %  i for Tobago j...lcrdiy. • a a T HE Misses Cynthis and Sri !" Gn?en of Windsor. St Gsorr* If'l Tor Trinidad by B.W.U VJ i:s. Graham Rose, who %  ^ % 1. uv.-d on the Rl I TCA Plane that landed In Barbs* i yesterday by It'A. ifl" a holiday with ** M R E. s. Robinson. Chains* of the Board of Directors*" Messrs. Plantations Ltd.. and *t H. A. C. Thomas. AsssiBhi Manjgvr i>f the same iirro %  1 IT A y. slcrSay un a Stf businaas visit to Montreal. r M ISS (1 (iAGNON frm Ma> treal arrived yesterday W "C.A to join the Sccrenrisl m the Marine Hotel. M MIRRORS IMM BEVELLED TMI'l.K-poliahed edien AKl)ROBE-„ cUngul r and d01I1 , op CUSS, CORNERS, MOVEMFATS, PLATES R A. I BEACH and Mr.EJ ll.inibecker from Baft* wall yesterday was thu OnUrio, whose llrm exporta BsJ ^' nlcn I llogart of Oats. etc.. are here for one *• on a buaineaa visit and are aaT log at the Ocenn View Hotel ALSO and REFLEX HINGES LIGHT MIRRORS-24 & 32 02. • ri.in-lfcT lo MM &f THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. hal n a alUn ad t,„iiin aircraft IN THE < IIIKIII I L PLAIDS 36 ins. wide 111. rs. per yd. A VERY BEAUTIFUL RANGE EVANS and U III 11 || I !>S JUST OPENED Canadian J ;„/,., ///„„,„„„ j (V,,/^,,; Skm you cant mm llicsv



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T SUNDAY, JANUARY I. 1M0 SUNDAY \DVOCATF. PAGE THBEF. Mi. W T.Ik A British Film In Cold Storage Here Is One American Market one of the things they did not auction a t Shepherd's Bush StudK* ao* (UM iml toriorn WBS a £120.000 invisible asset. This wa s Sydney Box's lasv G borougn picture to be made helot* the Bush doeed 0) Traveller's Joy. Goog'*' WIUHTS jud husband John MK allum starred in this gcpjen version of the stage Success— wM Yolande Donlon and Do ra Kryan (who is nlso in the play) supporting them. But after many months Traveller's Joy remains literally an invisible asset on Mr Rank's ledger For a clause in Hie contract says it must not bo shown an vwhere until ;he play's West End jun finishes. When the Aim production began. that clause did not seem important Bui' now the play—with Yvonne Arnaud as star -has developed into one of those surprise record-breakers, and looks like running on indefinitely So Anthony Darnborough. who made Traveller's Joy for Mr. Box. If going to show itie film this week *o 'he one man who can Llfl the ban. if he chooses—theatrical manager Hugh Beaumont. The film-makers hope Mr. Beaumont' will agree that there is ample living-room in London and the provinces foe both versionsAfter all. Miss Arnaud and her fellow players have hod the field to ihernselves for nearly two yeras now. Censored Role Shepherds Bush's last production certainly deserves a break, conaiderinc s troubles-in-thcmaking. Thesis included a complete .shut-down when John IfeCallum enveloped 'mumps—and a series of skirmishes with the censors over Yolande Donlan'spartMiss Donlan told me recently she had to remake so many scenes, with blue pencilled dialogue, that she wondered if her role had not been censired out of the picture bv now. Disney's Ship When W l Disney went homo recently—none too jovial after that Bobby Driscoll court ease— I he unwittingly led' behind I i Year present to u number of Denham Studio workers. The present? None other than the good ship Hispaniola. known to every reader of Treasure; Island. Disney had the famous vessel reconstructed for his film of the story. The picture is finished but me Hispaniola still stands on the Denham set. Because of this there will be some weeks work next month for pan' pf the Denham staff—after the close-down of Rank production there. II; Harold (onwav For Our Films 111 Milton Still I III 41II have come to look forward to a British picture as a stimulating ': tuning experience. Since nur movies are in constant and vigorous competition % % % % % % %  i TT with Holljwood in this muiket, WHEN bnth Hollywood and London are prematurely we cannot afford to discourage digging the prava of the British film Industry, it is rel %  > won audiences. i discowr at least one mark* whan tha Lv %  300 pictures vet beiiu lolled. r | British ttlnuli the 500.000 members of Canaare to-day more popular, earning da's armed forces who acquired and gaining more a taste for the British way of than ever in their hitlife during the war. tory. They have brought back with 00000 to am between a null:' million an Canadian dollars annually if she can supply 10 per cent of this requirement. But that means 30 quality picNo! only are they tieing shewn them fond and sentimental re•. U res— not mcrclv 30 hackneved I tin j.nxill imlnlluil nn.iaiu % %  l-l..— ... ..( — J. I I .... _". .it the small specialised houses minlscences of England and its which exhibit only foreign illms. people which have awakened |Mn are now 116 Ode-i DtW ciriosity about our irslUuaomc of ihem as luxMont, our custom-and air and spacious as anything in the West End—which can comBritish films have also a spe! prtejm even terms with the beet rial appeal to the laan-aae ^,; n ,.;; lf p^n to pi muco .-inemas associated with the youngsters just finishing secondB i ue Lagoon The Window Bov 'large American companies. ary school. Graduating from the md Wheutcv* Galore Record Hrrakinu cowboy and bubble-gum Before the war a British 01m P'cture-goers, their taste has y %tot in 4 j oor second rate imitations of infer! American films. They do not all have to be ex..' pioductions like Hamlet and Red Shoos but they must at cast have the appeal and mtelA HAPPY AND PPOSPEHbOSNEW YEAH TO OUR PATRONS AND FTW 9 WE THANK YOV /or you Patronage in the IKJSI year*, and assure you thai we in'snJ 'o give vou the best of fc'nferfainmenf for I9SG. ROODAL THEATRES-4ribbu EMPIRE—OLYMPIC—UOXY—ROYAL. EMPIRE To-day to Thurs. Mat. & i phi shows daily. over here had about as mucli COMPUTED BUT NOT rOB G**9 WMen eW Jotw MtColfom in SHOWING r*T i SCCM '/orti TttniNtr't lor iiu-nui lights went out Ni and Red Shoes are discussed i very where, and they will earn as much as such record-breaking box-oflea American successes as Uest Years of Our Lives and Gone With the Wind. production--** .Btatree-of Capthat Rattlgan comedy wh.ch_.tln. !" ^£ t gJ k ggfrfZ££ i Another Hollywood company, glory to the banks of the Avon Warner Brothers, have heard Not Anxious about thai' ready-made craft. Aim Later in the year Ralph Weherd they are temporarily in Uie sailBon may make another him. But ing business. They are to begin no:, it seems, Love in Idlenesslain Horatio Hornblower, with Lunts played here and in New Gregory Peck as C. S. Forester's York. Nelsotuan hero. Thereby hungs u sad little Mle. Director Raoul Walsh, who is When Myrna Loy and her procoming from Hollywood with ducer-husband. Gaoa Mar**) Peck, chinks it's silly to build a were in England this summer. new ship—when one is to hand, she said she hoped to moke more only needing a little camoutlago pictures over here with him. One to be ready for Captain Hornwas to have been Love in Id i blower's command. with Myrna and Richardson coWhat about Gregory Peck as Marring in the original Lunt roles. tlie sailor who has been memd from Gene Aulry to n ls lutl OIlIv )inailclal coiuUd%  urtosity value as a Ubangi nai a rcn "' l v iC r '. rt erations that should prompt our iv ni a circus. They earned T ' them British Aims are more deslre lo show British pksures about £100 to £150 each and ntelligenl and more mature than „ Canada In s country wan forgotten the moment the the regular Hollywood product. l(lodC( U)lh Anu-ruan i.uiio. hghu went out fnf. '" lheir ICW 'i ( un d adu11 Am.ir. g Unariean llntisn tllms like Hamlet J hey ..nthusiasticnlly supK0Oiis and American television. like "anilet. r.reat Bpltish lUms m f h fcw hxpcctations and The Fallen „ ,,, 1(lft „, us Iu flirlhcr 1 '* Canada's understanding and apBut in order to maintain and i'"' 1 %  •'" "< xiiv British way of increase this interest we mus'. *' le continue to make an adequate In the current discussions on .luantity of good pictures 'hifuture of the film Industry Each bad film that is sent over '' should be raUMBDbarad that In Canadian dollars, and it is iwtv mcr ,.i v does a disservice to W drastic curtailment in the I that Quartet and Blue lne cause 0 ( 0 n British lilins, production of British (ilins will be Lagoon will net almost as much. bound to jeopardise our position i.v has tx-en the increase Unfortunately Canada has bad In Canadl HM ottMl DaWtl Oi I in the 'Iirough her share nf dull Empire just Bl am ara l>ciniunw films since the end of the war and adolescent British pictures, 'or the first time to have our foot that it is expected this year Films like Stop Press Girl. The lirmly wedged in the open door. Canada will send us almost Perfect Woman. Poets Pub. WoS 1,000.000 net for our pictures. m en in the Hull. Esther ff .More Mature have not only-met ad agonlaJng The firm base upon which this fate at the box-office but the; dw l h ^ yr m UmVrest"in British' films depen ds have disillusio ned audiences "that prototype of Nelson himLondon this week fn self? Well, we have taken severer —where he has been directing shocks in our cinematic stride— location shots for the new Bobby including Errol Flynn as Soames Henrey film. Wonder Kid. Forsyte. And Peck is a very good But Miss Loy is still in Ilullyuctor. wood—and staying there. Film New Role friends she made in London Srtge time marches on for Sir gather that she is no longer Ralph Richardson. Next month anxious to work with her husband he leaves the east of The H< : Overtime Star exchanges the" frock-coat and top Postscript to my Pins hai' of Henry James's dignified progress report,' last week. Theyve doctor for a modern adventurq obviously decided that, wbera drama. Jean Simmons is concerned, time Richardson is to star in a new is money. The girl is really being piny by R. C Sheriff—who i-i put to work. determined never to write anyOne picture finished this week; ttiing which could be described Iwo new ones in preparation as a second Tourney's End. Thin and now she is to be sandwiched time I gather, he has turned out into that Somerset Maugham Tiio a near-thriller. production. Godfrey Tearle and Wendy Miss Simmons will act with Guy Hille join The Heiress cast on Jlolfe (whose Spider and the Fly January 14, for Peggy Ashcroft, performance recently put him too. is leaving—in readiness for suddenly into the front rank) in her Stratford season with John the The Sanatorium—most draGiclgud. A season which sounds matic of the three Maugham like restoring Shakespearean 'lories.— L.K.S. Good British films can be much D just ait asset on UM %  a international ledger. —London Express Siivirr \i|ll.lll< Girls and more girls—all in bathing sin'with plenty of laughs and gaiety predominating ore on deck for local movie goers in Warner Bros' "The Girl From Jones Beach." now showing at the A(|uatie Cinema. Starring Ronald Reagan, Virginia Mayo and Eddie Bracken. "The Girl From Jones Beach" has as its background the famous public beneh for New V jusl outside the city on the south shore of Long Island. ry. with Reagan Virginia providing the heart interest, and comedian Bracken, the laughs. aided in no little part by Don;i Drake, ls about a beautiful but demure school teacher who takes a dally swim at Jones Beach. She Is possessed of one of the most charming figures ever seen on those sands Whan commercial artist Reagan, with pal Bracken, a talent agent try to lind the composite Kir! of all the beauty he has fashioned on his drawing board, of course, Virginia is the girl. But. r.he just Isn't interested in being beautiful and famous. She has serious ideas it seems. In this situation Reagan projects himself, even playing an immigrant for a time into law auuro's Americanization class, and here the laushs ire loudest. How the various models pursue the hapless Iteagan, however, makes for more fun on the screen than has been around in a long while. Tho gay bai surf, the parties, are all there, and lecal fans are In for a beach excursion of happy proportions without setting one foot out of town when they see "The Girl From Jones Beach." The picture was directed by J*eter Godfrey, Clarke Gable Man Of Many Hobbies CLARKE GABLI is n man of many hobbus. Currently ha li %  camera Hand He owns'a PoUlefiex and a contax and does much a| ins own printing and developing. He is intareated In automobiles of any kind, and enjoys a inornlni spent in taking apart u motor and putting It together again. Me is also a good golfer. Fishing, however, is his greatest hobbj He owns a small amount of pro p erty on the Rogue River In Oregon, and plans to build a flshIng lodge some day right on the water's edge. Between pictures he Spend* a* least a month tlshing along thi^ well-stocked river. His contract calls for four months off between each tilm MONDAY AND TUESb*'* Matinee nnd Niqnl First Instalment Columbia Serial "WILD 6IL1. iHCKOK" Starring Wijj.nm Elliott WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY—Finai lnslalmeu' "WILD BILi. H'CKOK' ROXY TODAY TO TUESDAY, M^ r.ee and Niqht Shows VWy lomy Award for 'It happened One Night" in IDS*. But he gave his "Oscar" to the I'miiire* stood ner ground and fought a %  %  npiir gQod b||tt | e In lne meantime PINKY; This is a picture about her fiancee came to asa that thorny question, the colour told him of her true colour, but bar tt is a real life drama which this did not' worry him every country where Jim How this storv ends is well Crow exists. Those who saw "Imworth seeing and Miss Grain, asitotion of Life" and thought it spciated with Miss Ethel Watei I twelve^yeer^old •on' of hhTaaod was good will be delighted wuh has risen to new heights as onu, friem Walter Lang. Iwrausc tho %  •Pinky," which has a different apof the top flight actresses in film-I boy. \i,o worships Gable, asked proaco If ihis story were told on dotn. This picture of the girl i bun for tt. His contract stipulates the Mraail In the opposhv ray to \vho passed for wihite is not that he can never IKloaned out which it is filmed ft would still worth missing. (20th Century| |, y Matro-Goldwyn-Mayer. He rank among the baft. Thapiouira for. Darryl F. Zanutk, Protlui.r. ^ thil! ( i illlS( m ,.,-t c d himself revolves around a girl (Jeanne FMa Koran, director). beiau; e, he says, he knows evi-r\ Craln) who though the offspring ||(;|| at his homo studio BO well of negro forbears was fair enough TH # K BRIBE: Crime does not lhal hi arouldnl faal right making to pass for white. She knew that pav Tnls ls wnill ,|„ s .i, bere it Happened coloured blood ran in her veins, m ^ nl to convey It Is oantrad and "Call Of The but was not courageous enough to arount j Carlota, an island just oft Wild" are the onb two he madi -****** SB •STs-*r be proud of it. No one could lnp ( oa5l „f Central America, blame he', for in passing as whitle Carlota is a rough and tumble she benefited from a good educalhe mjnn industries of which tlon and an equally good society seems to be bartending, fiestas. This went on until she returned t( ur i 5 t fishing and illegal lo the hut where she and her negro m aero pi a ,ie engines. The IJUMgrandmother lived. She then rehCSS 0 f these engines bin: alised that the South with its (hj s paradise one Rigby (Robert rigid stand against coloured peoTaylor I an honest federal agent pie is not worm living in Just disguised as a playboy fisherman as she hail decided to pack up Q nt () f (he scoundrels he Is aftai und go back North to a white Hriii ^SIIIIII* 11 took Hollywood thirty-live Instead ofla minutes Irom Broadyears to get Etnel Barrymore to sign a long-term but MBtro-OoMwyn-Mayer fin.npiism.l tue Eaati she is 4a iniuuies from BM DM many of her and turnltuxa Since 1914, when the star made oldest son Samuel. Her youngLlent Um, Tha Nightingale." every stuon. m Hollywood has Ofltrad hai a long-term contract, but to no avail. Upon linuhing her role in The Greet >s Barry..illy suceumbed and signed on the dotted line. She initiated her new contract i liar role m % %  That MldI:I Dm *lolti York studying dramatn S Her Bthe] Banynioia Colt MiglietU. is a lm.y moll old son. John Drew MlgUetta, and an accomplished actress and singer as well. The Banymora haritaga od talent still |M| i.ilherhiKMi mghi Kifc*." her Brat tn the Danynsata waaaan in teihnuolor. and followed this with tic portrayal trlMngly Mother Auxilla In The Bed bei itlful. Miss Bon Danube." exetttag story of JHI^Idominant a ilRiire ill Hollywood war Vienna. Today the lb i fambShe Is u great s|rts fan and I;>D ting wd %  ft biueshurattle off the names of every Pacific heavyweight boxing champion of n Paloi V ardai, California, the i>asi w ft "Nelson from his column keep* a look-out over all London." 'And all London keeps a look-out for Slack & White" %  4 BLACK&WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY •,.v-t'.hiniM* „..' %  No oiher ihampoo fit rO*i urn* magiul LAMOLIN-Mflnd lllhvr -or Issaafak lastreai hab %  in ,r>.. >'tAMblc ioftnc tonig'.: >mpoo todi,! blend of secret in^reoWnti ploi ganttc &a rnh-lsth*ring in hardest water. Lt-.. irigranby c*en. ihinmg, nd so manageable. Now on \aie ai*r y wh s re m the handscna blue and wrhhi NOT A SOAP NCI A itQU'C Sul A WONDCUUt. Nfv. OiSC'.'. CAfSHAMPOO .'• LANOLIN JS \OTi . i :*OVl CtAMOSC. ng a disimgt.itM east JEANNE CRAIN BTHEL BARRYMORE ETHEL WATERS WILLIAM LUNDIGAN l'rud..!.-.! by DAIIBYL P. ZANUCK Scrau Pky by l-Mtp Duma ud Diattm Nicbofa EMPIRE THEATRE NEW YE.W PRESENTATION — NdW SHOWING —



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I'Al.t FOUR -I Ml \\ ADVIH \ 1 I SIMJAV J.WfAHV |, ,^ Storm's Gift \\ ins T.T.C. 'A* Class Race VS. Dec 31. Hiiii,y ExajuiTated—Dairympie put an unexpected lacing on the F Class animals going a mile and a di (etched her backers $89 on each $1 ticket to win at the p.irl-mutuei as the T.T.C. races reached the total ok US In third day at Queen's 1'ark SavanComnionve;.lih scored (I the standard of the best of former I there been such a variety of organised sport and so many competitions on an Intercolonal level undoubtedly our first love, attracted Trinidad here in OM car. recall with pleanan it loss before stumps ...irahaU a*, the Barbados Honeymoon, 3-year old daugh F OR Trinidad we snv -i performance by Thu some resolute and finally elegant batting by ring and commendaole performance b> young Chlckl Sampath who made his bow to big cricKet in Indian Cricket Board of Control visited Barbados for the first time and were not disgraced although th<> wen l>eli>w the Btandgrd of the island's full strength. They drew a flxr — brought a U I y5B on | two-dollar ticket. had been som %  us race, J., !" ,.!,.,: ih Wllhebnli mals %  Spriehm '-day proture %  :!h ran third. %  needed to be alert. In I Colls XI. defeated outright a Ba-bados Cricket League hurst won the St Clair Hancl'ic m l 1 **** ,od;,y ,hree wlcktcs M'or bowed UM RDM ua Colony XI. ot the most brilliant that we have ha>< but It gave Roy Marshall the opportunity to scon over six hundred runs ano H the chance to establish himself as a verv useful taffj medium bowler and share top honours with Errcl Millington in th> Rnt Division bowlers. over nine fuilongs and 55 rarda M ? s '"'i } {,zare slood "rm and for the "C" clan animals. Bob) %  hour;i Hard* idge, rode Fabulous Vic ran second and Silver B ddrd. including thirteen fours The alliance of llishenchand and Hazare had checked the fall The T.T.C. Handicap for Class r PKkUiru rnamiAve i£" %  nlm ,: together at lunch .,„-,,. rit nwit.lv l ll.-VMrlU.Na Blue Streak and Gauntlet beaten having added 56 runs in 50 piLKWlCK. thanks to their magnificent team spirit and determinacut of place. mi:: tarried off the First Division trophy although on merit alone there Barbados-owned Storm's Otfl ree more was not much to choose between Empire. Wanderers and themselves *" %  a %  Tea;' race from Gunslte wtcktU had gone, but Hazare was the experiment with the introducUon of the Intermediate Divisand The Gambler also Barbadosstill there with 163 out of a total ion prov. ,. a. So keen was the competition that two rwned In that order. Blue Streak of 401. His stand with Kish.-nTheJh^ H B 8 v P""!!!* Pd ^, ,he J Flnrt Place WM P !" "" !" %  the first mile, 'hand added 92 runs in 81 minutes the F^/JliSift Produced more serious cricket and 'hen faded out of Ao picture for the seventh wicket. Harare's Livingstone brought on Tribe ard . **& Harvev n teams found worthy recruits m these ranks. It fharlite never got up to trie com150 took him 6 hours, 12 minutes the left-handerjKthe new bS*** w th Boaku nue m) 'lie T.Xt; f-. 4 i Ming. ^"Jo. _..rm's titlt gave a grand dianla* ._. credit (or pegging Australia ad0 us rcaU ,e that the high opinion held ofTS5*<*I ; belonged to the spin bowl, ,. ., ''-'ii tot aLS**' four wickets. This was a rate that was behind the run a minute considered good and down TO-DAY. of course, 1 oonlin In the T.T.C. Cup Storm I Gift gave a grand dispu, m Mann Taylleld. and Smith who ^[^""g" !" ..' %  %  'h.s\a£ £ %  £" tie response from a slugconclujioI1 i CO uld come to was thai his ruler was .Hen,^ *•_•* gish wicket. fhal Blue Sir, %  %  rumu-r and thai "oS^S*!* All batsmen have so far done ' thatthTS? 1 the day while half centuries came fro set Ian Johnson was declared fit after a test in the nets to take his p'ace in the Australian team and so both sides had the same teams which contested the First Test. won comfortably by Australia. By the lunch Interval the opening pair had scored 90 for the loss of Aithur Morris's wicket and his confident 42 was in contrast to his failuie to score in the earlier Test. Miller's 58 was a laborious effort V II \/ Mil roi iilue Streak nC f?JS?{iff TSES H Ol by giving up the Had lu Storm Gifi and then coming Slj"* the best stayers and bt i *n Hi-i bv WITHHT hon. KT^* %  the verv faL'ni? ning and the even fastci ill onsidered thM?" Streak was concerned In both, hi trui e ;igain n*SL^ With regard to the two-year-olds, two .< (hem have dnSt* 11 far as very good ones in the making. The first is ralr iv!? fi strong looking chestnut cult about ilfteen hands two or thwf? that M Is going lo gii i South '"anbbeanV^ ** Jamaica best in the i %  iy5U. There 1> little dlrf** had Bow Bells been lit lor tti* "lecders Stakes he ma %  ?S? beaten her, but there is also no doubt that he finished bta whiVh'took" neaVfy two and one manner which bore the : lamp of ih, wu ^ • Jl half hours but Hassett showed '""f !" " "' • -'• %  > bid In ttaZS more aggressiveness. His 57 was • he WK going away from the held when he passed the %  St*?* made up%f fluent strokes all round "' unfortunate that on the second day he had to run ££*** the wicket. He showed abihly to JJ hOTSM In H dan and was well and truly beaten by JOM1> ..,.^. n W ell placed Held with l i !" fi* nert ulto R 8a ."P. d and Tlduc. In fact this ra<-^ should del next season but the Barbados Cricket Panr Association should study the performances of the individual teams during the searon and pronv.tc or demote according:v as tf. \UNMKS HKST TIMK I "W Cable and Wireless celebrate their entn 1 t off the championship of the Second iw margin howl Mental Hosnita' The imal gam, %  ihc issue, another proof of a Ve.l _. J!" ,l ll Association also tried an expense compet.tlor, from Queen', pi?" n %  icadly rivals Carl. „ o( „,,"„, e lo be exact li, h "! ,l,e "*" %  •" %  '"•"> consolidituT. whe, Following were the da.\ re%  Mtipis BAinMCAJ^-4 reea n-*sa c l-IUltan*.. S-a^rtwnber fcnf. 3KIPIKMl HWOI. \p.- TIM CLASS B. Gron, -OCf.1 \ War Lord. • I*T ( -IV BAMOirAP—t %  !' iw :. mt i BU M Mf 1 ifcjiHJiiittM. 3 and included IK : man leg before. Hazaje was unTwenty-five minutes after tea perturbed by the fact that India sufficed to finish off the innings had lost three wickets for thirty which had lasted 9 hours. 25 two runs and went on to com%  '.IS P lp te his century in 4 hours. 9 Inf 23 fours. mins Including 13 fours. Joined The Commonwealth had only a b Kishen cha_nd, the pal nny accuracy and his stand of "*cell<-nt example that the policy of placing Jamaican tv^SliS in E2 is, in my opinion, a So far the b# i"** two-year-old we hav. side of the CaribijeaiTiJ*** cricket. E tnoM ONLV A NOSK " un onl v *>y al average In the Seco,,,. si 1 !" .K' =.-l^illlllg IX-I tttdr Kair.es l,y the XMtA 0 mar 'fZL&i LU !" > .'he guests %  ei of games against colonv !" — •"' only showed that the Col"'">< < BANWICAP%  i * r i Top r.iciu. i <:. man * % %  \l HVM-tt M--., || |r. • I \-. 11 : T*\* At am. 1 Bo<* H-r < I \|R M\MUl \v. i u t I V" l *"bulo-.. 1 Mi V %  BuUn III RVNDII vr-_. II K> %  OaHatari I-., i % % %  Elizabeth s Monaveen Wins short period of batting but neither Ion nor place appeared unduly worried as they played to %  aolag .stand unbroken until stumps were dr A Ihln veil of fog again hung %  a ground Lhu n rn I'hadkar M I innings agaii L; at Rear and Lambert. %  I aberl '.like un earl> bavlni I'hadkar caught b"\ Freer In the slips with his third After an hour's slow cricket during which iv enly thnxruns Adhlkar] trying %  quick single was run out by All'. I'mi-iRiir joincl ': J6 runs in 50 minutes for the unbroken seventh wicket when lunch WU taken Horse-Woman Dies At 32 r Fa ^T?jst ime age. But yet he was ilSL!" horses from whi ., j n l. ;ss than hlT^. Z *' age because he is in a class above them. I am sure -hat l : l llW year was Brown Rock Brown Rocket was Bt tba KM 1 ""re that tm, ^ interesting. fi t thing will spoil our two-vear-old lacing Inddantal H>K is ....ensui Tip, an imported stallion by Fair Ti .,,. JJv !" %*• ny other good ones in Jamaica. Ai n f..,.ul ^t ^ w • *&' no will i'i %  %  it aarnih I s Mc-li I, TrtUV U.iruimil out U 1'hadk.r c Fl-Mt b Ullilxtn IkSffl run oui P Umnaar Ibw b Tll ,, r %  i a Kuhmhaod c b .siniih "udu b Peitiford H r.i^dhnry c W U ri*ll b TnlNKWiJL'RY. Dec. 31. Mrs. Duma Walwyn, brilliant horsewoman known as "The Woman WI|iout Fear in hospital here on ThlU an accidental overdose of a painkilling drug, it v.. inquest here today. /xtttafi han id f ur i,„ a lx furlongs. rough! tooei|„ TOUl NOT A WINNER !" '' ,-i ,. ._, ..„,. ,,.„.!!?.".'"d • wai fourlii _""v*""l I, v Hoiria"" The Jtny returned %  trei Ufflculty In bringing hli .. "'_""" %  death by misadventure. Mrs. Walf" 1 1 .,' .,,'" wyn was found unconscious in '•!""' """ subdued Leap On uim ... locked room. By her bed was ., ,* %  [* "'' h h andlea, at :l %  s art W as i*^ hypodermic syringe -** % —l— %  lllow hlm '" 'at, h Ihc u,i„„-, toldme XughH.'S o furlongs Hw •'•• J Vl ? k £' **"—* tor . i tor W. S (or l8. tor IIS, S for Ml. 8 for MA, 7 lor ^7. 8 for 3M. 8 for ml. —Reuter. T HE I \< BLUNT Itrl KKKKINf; Keenness that prop.. %  11 I&H a turn UM Maftll local season leave for tenon, Ceoffrej I ttta ,„ an.. •1MH, nNMNXS. 1 )( ;.,.N..TKIM.,A 0 I on tour< % %  -mi %  long way „, LONDON. Dec .11 ,.. tba slecplecha^c, jointly own-d by the Quttn and Princess Ell-abeth, t„i the Queen ,'.l,/ ,1 :i mil,inn ,.,r,is hare, < i with KKunvn The Prin, ei who a I returned from Italia was present lo I I popular victor) In I i,let win, only in .. although Imti. lumper, Wrt \ , cnni.ii the straight loing much The Idoa la a tougnnin| ",',''!' "; was "" %  " i IT Woodcock'''.',';'-' -,void next May Hen'. II,Choice Four Will Accept 6100 Challenge needle and a carton and bottle containing drugs. Mrs. Walwyn, aged 32, was the wife of Fulkc Walwyn. irallknowit race horse trainer, A woman ot %  Ki.s-Mt.il beauty, she live Of Bow Bells, the K | only two-vear-oW <.u.. ., %  nly he sam "hat Su'S well, in tins she Is like Sum,,,,,, ^though I think tha Mr to, '"", ""I"'" Apparentb the fever "wchsbTS lid not !" T within three lengths of the Held. Classical beauty, she lived advenTI ... ,.. \. %  -' i ,. turously. She know more about inL I, e at d racing form than mo*t men and ,f Dro u tol ; s her racing colours were weUknown Lm u '';. %  w n. w en>iM. wZZZ£Z Jamaican ( reoh i at the .,, %  on most English racecourses. —Reuter -;t the Christmas raws, the large numte onuoaaei of th The Londo By BRUCE LONDON. I HOSE anything-but-peacefui people, the boxlni man,. n usually belllgierenj t ;n %  Woodcock, will be Anu'ii. HARRIS Jnat to Show Then* UNUSUAL "weigh-in' taCM CockelL Tired of being regarded olHcially as a heavy-weight, he i lap I.II the acalai at tha ornceg of Uw Board ol Control %  %  '" '' %  just to prove :s that ha had reoalTad "anj Guderiau Denies Press Reports MUNICH, Dec 31. Former German General Bain; "ii HI* _nii s i(ims in Aim-tnu *" — -.-.,., w can still 'V' T—• !" "-" ^>-v-i !" U-nt. Before ha left ha gave the world %  £•?• e u ? t ** %  %  '!" %  "SL.S2, n to £* k t £ ow 1; %  llsaejerl movement of former dermal, „f]inioi „f •Umlaaton (.„ ',"' r ,,'',' !!"', V-"" 1 '','. Sla ,"~ '"' s "J^agtin liHf fllttl s- L who coukl knock !" V ",'"*•.'" D '' I 1 0 .,. l m U u Ch ..l ,c ; ,*; r '"<*."• >>r?o >l>n his half brother, and paroOe >,.„ Man enteruunod ., 'i,muiad tea,, Bnuan Oul f* lei .-......* ... mc ycais to tonic ,,.,„,„„,, H.\SM 11! XI I I \(ITIN(i INTEREST ith Kl,i,, i entad by Mill. ,,,. ^ nll . M a German, should enter the !" '' "iclude a servue ot ., toteigi. country. ,!,e Collet! at Read. the viar h :a.e",heu b 'ov.n | """" M, MNMM ^ =^ i" nan th. Qrand National nexl Qrantnan f hla hstht are! lha wiili ^ leofha aep. I •mi third Ut,r Vot Sea Inlahed fourth of II runnara <>r whom Kv.irno.id \ as a disappointiim 1 lowed b> Lord Miitiw.iv and '., U tii^t into tin Joyed by the success of which ih patted aff< whlk amUini at Orantham i.. wfton. ane said congratulations a4ta miuh feelingRealer nge—in ctepted U terms 9 three lads wholl take h or all of Jack Don CockeU or Tony i | % %  D, on behalf ot 1 i ran quicker u ch—like thi.s; lama nas an eye on the ing to-night, a match with .. French opponent. 27-year-old Andre I • '• it Stn .'.ham lee Rink on January IT, and a and K/i.i bannei ;( ; EmDi-ess Hall. Spain Holds Close Relation ^ ith U.S. Vfllhth, '•".' •" '" ">A sooner or U "we will h therefore lo*. and quit, u !" neias in c but al -las many i: m ul The Gauntltl Tho Streatham match Cirollllricfl I .,.,111 HARUQUINa, delighted MADRID, D> <-,,„ ml rranco told hia people HI, • '-'! %  ... ProllHl ..IWIIta.ndfc Into F class warn l I D S,"nii he _!w-> Moa Ami. Thai in a New Yei (hat Spain?. mat Spain', rolationa ...u, Jie -„„. .'" ''''=' '"""• i'"i'ies of An omeon ti : i ":'.. f '.'!";".'.. '.. Breeders' Slakei hut was „,,tcUlc laaailV d B aaj are Jamalcania outg oinR list and others on tie colony. *£*, oy ..an, n?OWSS iSn'ess" o? JSJS Id a, a Club, ban UKnitd a return Those people Woodcock forth.. %  ,F.„, (writa. who think tha by atte,, """ %  <" %  > % % %  •'"> hinder our lecovcrv they c. II luiekcnhani they did not aohlava anylhini n %  < % %  ,ii that Hant u. even tougher and to It earth Good will to!" !" !" Adani, whose boots our contempt for Ua Thed no of tho gamerbm ANYBODY'S GUESS oody* gues, I > ,l ; wiU b >'" < nh W .„, e. no wont „.*d that has turned at that the big sweep broke a res*. ^.ench,,, ^c,'',U, lh"c" rh S !aV,T •"''',' There may perhaps have been B ldaull 'who last nigh: DI %  Sufi -2; £ ssaSafs-s -"o„ * — will sineiv be aakad Ion i tha limelight thl. n,l will li, oB lo VencII He was proront, by his niother from entering Hie M I.. f.r',ii %  nt Whn turn u.111 >> -. H TT.C. china, new Caribbean and for Trin mean; that the day Is M eho IIIUOI l.llWBV #.! Ride Together and Ride with Pleasure ALL-STEEL •Man In llarbid -HI I HI HI, 4 ( ,1 BICYCLE i in MOAD -l in i i New Different Tire gives amazingly different ride! MMS K voteT^r^'Spect; —. ... taken on Monday.—Reuter. %  I.,? -„ng punned n Heclric Tot. %  extonalon of the Ian. the Trial Stakes be nM* i i,.,le.,„da,|uarter.,1 „f the Governor's Cup over han 8', hi A Happy New Year New TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS Year Attraction* BLANKETS (In Various Qualities) TOWELS 1.98 up I FRIENDS (Various Prices) | DAMASK NAPKINS 34. NIGHT GOWNS 2.97 eo Th. mm s.,,...Cu.h,on kj 1 1"'" 1 ) •" <• KUf! It'. —IUr\ 11 run. on only 2. |u : ~d of tha usual J8 I Supar-Cuahioii. mean an incredibly anwoll.. I Th* 1*H; Softat rid* on on, ood L0M wooiand lor on your cor Ffcwor rani*, -lower ropair billt Woro rr.i# i9 o coon;vE/4w *" "*'•*• -•* •—• '* o~ ET1 THA NI 'S 5' 's 1 I a I %  %  I %  1 CUSTOMERS EXTEND MUM \>I,I II %  waatat, •' %  %  %  %  • %  ••V.>W**


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SUNDAY, i \lh : 1950 SI M)A* AI1VOI All. I'ACI GOALKEEPER AT WORK No-L B^UJVT Keep Off The Bike By BERY WILLIAMS (Ki)ylu'(i in.ci Rfota I DOgll S O you want to be a goalkeeper? Well, thenare two schools of thought mi One, that goalkeepers are born not made. The other, that my half-wit ran do the fob with disiinetion. I ugree with neither. Goalkeeping is a combination of art and science, but there is one groat essential before we louch on those subjects—physical fitness. The average fan has an Idea that height and weight are the first essentials of good foaUci This is pure fallacy. The ability to reach and catch high balls is useful, but perfection cant be reached without absolute phv So training is UH first u<'rn Sprinting to develop agility and strong call withstand that quick leap from a standing potation. Bending, with the legs straight and the hanus flat on the floor, is a good aa the quicK b*nd to pick up the hall when it Ig rolling along the ground. Trunk bending ffOffl extra bit uf tonu to the n •-.-essary :.tching vour hands for the ball your body inot behind them. nation of body and mln Important [i mining Impi side. By mental tl in the study of positional ou will adopt under certain the wing, or when rig towards goal from any 11 Do tl' you'll have the d goalkeeper. One b! me . K. or other .. If I am coming out I shout loudly to Indicate I %  Bill." as UM ease may be. Notice I mentioned the player by name. Failure to do that can result in i.t.ui n It might be shouting to tool in ordsn hen the %  wards goal or In the %  k up the ball a one knee .Lkeepers do it, iangerous. cfa up the bump and go sailing over the head of an on-one-knee goaleen his legs. No, keep your kw %  Iraigtht, —Lonoon F;ipr...t Service. Bolton Cup THE Advocate Challenge Cup I en won by the Mosqutlci '.YuneaUay Jsnuarv 4. 19S0.. UM Polo season CaBtaa. On this km the two teams \l.ist,u!ioes .iiui-butlles which were tie.i m the number of goals scored i I the tournament will play oil for the Warner Bolton Cup. i: play-oft*, a presents,natch will be played by iw. > chosen from the whole ud at the conclusion of tnis natch Mrs. Arthur, widow tl. A. A> astir; Esq.. tout d w the Club, JIBS kiiuiu oon oresent the cups. The te. r la the presentation match vt been chosen with %  .. (fording the team Which i| our Venezuela as much practice posathte. State may le obtained n lind it one shilling e.u'ii. .. U at 4.15 p.m. e toUuwmg are the teasM MoaqulteM: t. VII1 ia n i %  apt.). E. Deane, J. Mario. \ Arthur. Bluebottles. C. Deane (CapU. M. Edghill, W. Bradshaw and M K ewes -Cox. For the Presentation match the following eight members have oeen: — Col. Mieheim. J. Marsh. E. NL Edghill. L. Deane. Deane. C. Deane and K. De.ui. Messrs. Victor Weekes ami .c Deane will be the Umpires Pat Todd Wins Tennis Title CALCUTTA. Dec. 31. Itn Patricia Todd. Uniteo as, won the Women's Singles title of of the Asian Lawn Tennis Championships here tcdav beating in llettey Hilton. Britain. 6—4; 0—0; In the Una Is. The Men's Doubles final was by Dilep Bose and Sumant Misra of India, who beat the Philippines pair Pelicisimo Ampon ami C. Carmona 3—6; 10—8; --1; and 6—4.— Reuter. REEF WORK WILL BE RESUMED Work will begin again on the Reef Pavilion and grounds when i.vis .,iv %  veJlgbke this year. The Pavilion is now to be paint id wired while the BOvasoa will be levelled and grass planted. \inas Holidays Cause Upset In English Soccer League DeSilan Leading B> PA Points IN CHESS LONDON. Dtc 31. Moscow radio reported lonigh. ng with 4>j points 3. the end ol llu> sixth round of Ihc I.ONtX)N. Dec. :il. WoRMn'i World Chcta championMotcow. %  day due lately ,o the adermaln J5~Jg*Sf3m or the severe Christmas holm name. mini, Belovo and l Many clubs, planned by Injuries to BtU players, were .orccd Rudcnko. all of the Sovfc ;o mak. change*. Bottom oj BlrmingSS. a,, SiJ!2!£. ? hait, City made eight alteration, but n well did the rcscrv.v. gfcj*, **J T^XT !" 1 "'" i ise to the occasion that Hnmintfham led until !ate in the „... P Kiime;il Burr, lev A hen the home learn snatched: neqinlisr.f the South tl. PatricK went down Hghtuig l-iwrpuo. Thistle l Kaith Rove-.-s 8; Falexerted tarriai asi kirth 4 Rangers 2; Dundee• 3 the loud Arsenal del< %  [; ft llirrtn 3. Ifirj pierced ooca in u.li lull sou thej sUll ktad bo S .otti.h LcssgM MiMggi i\ """i^-^^JJF****"^' .*> KiM-ords Broken In IN. Zealand Trials WEU-1NGTON. Dee. 31. Athletes broke 5 national dafltsMli 3 Arbrouth 1. Kilmai nock >*Ayi United I. Dunfermlin • AthtoUc I. Cowdenbeath 5. Johistone 1. Dundee United 0. Ai. drleonhuu i Morton 3. Ailoo Ati %  letlc 1. yurpn.-. Park 0. Fort; Athletic 0. Stenhousemuir 1, Dun barton 2. Second Divsion Bradford 5, Hull Citv 1. Buiy Blackburn Roven 0, Cheetcrflt i Uniteo who heal ttioti netghbours, %  %  time, %  plete new ball I i %  Unrt ball %  Hull Cltj %  %  %  . whlpj scored a consolaUon Tottcnh.i leaders but two ilrst ha;: both points Cardiff City. Sheffield Wednesdaj. >lUth Ar ^.^ 2 behind In second place, ktpt n, '. Third IMwlaWiw i^nlluaiw iff. c n v ,U "', ''" • %  l ,:;it '' %  P*rt Vale : defeat at Bonier.. t; nnslol CUy ,. Hovers cracked in live roals Northampton Town 2. Walsall against Southpurl anc City I, Brighton and the Nor:-. [ 0 v< %  .' Noumghinn Foi est 3. Millpomti from Rochdale wall I. Hewding 3. Exeter l It) 2 ItKsi i i> sj United 4. l^yton Orleni Sfottivl. League—Division \ Watford -s: pgrfot lh" day was that .if Miss Yvrtu Wi >iams of Otago, win the 1948 Olympic Can I of 18 feet. 81 inch. > i>> 3-' l i Inchui Jump. The women'! KM of 25.6 sees, was brtken 3 iinnMiss 1. J. Hart. Auckland, clockM 24.9 in the llrst lu. eld Wednesday 2. Grlnis Town 6. l^ton TownL Uicest, Wi|k ,, C Ity 1, Brentford 1. l*reston North ^...ii.a Mlt< w tlm* in th 0 Southampton 3. Queans JJS \ Coventry City o. ir United I. Barnsley 1 rown I, lAKJ4 >752 VAKJw east &f -> *Mi093 +A*9 ..-.-'* S. 4>4 2 &f A 8 7 52 -f. K g 7 6 3 Weat opns with the forcing •to-game bid of Two Clubs. East bids Two Diamonds, the conventional negative response, although Diamonds Ihis time happens to be his genuine suit. West bids Two Ii< shows a biddable suit with Three Dinmorn 1 West tries for a fit In his second suit .vilh Three Spadr I'.i .1.1 i :-..' No Trumps and West South leaoa + <*. and declarer must be careful to win with dummy'* 4 A in order to preserve un entry to his own handgt Q Is now led ; K ensures nine Irld con tra cl a/Ill tall i duxnnw' + •"' &f W played to ihe h-st trick. I irsi Division I Burnley 1, Birmingham Cltj West Bromwlch Albion I. Huddersllcld Town i.ivcipool 2, AreeoaJ 0 He It) 1. Manchester Unitxl iouth l, auddleebrough Dcrb) CI'UIHS a Bolton Wanderti : hnrnpton Wanderei n 0 Third Division (Northern Ad i IngtOO Stai.lo t, Lnu. i Cit) o. Darlington 1, Rochdale I Roven •'. Bouthport i .; 4. Cheslei 0. rlartJ ted 3, Bradford Cu> Maoaneld Town 0. Rotherh. Naw Brifh: m i. H I 1, Oldham Athletic 2 %  ii i.i | Stockp Mile in I Minn. L>.8 Seconds AUr'.i \IDE, Dec 31 I) \K-Mi;i,.n. \ new Australian 11 ^5 8 sees, for the day of the Australian Athletic Champion.shii McMillan's was one of two new :ecords set up during the day. Thi other was a time of l 9 43.'.' jetumed by i> Raw i Australia, who beat ihe til older. A. Stubb. by inches in th. wo mih Iteiiter JAN. I NO. .00 The Topic of Last Week Arthur P.all say, : BILLIARD SHOTS CAN HELP YOUR SNOOKER ESK. 3n UNUUWiN i. .-)i.*i" i %  uiwsrU the spotCounty 2, Carlisle United 0. Wrtx.-ud. nd white V I draw .... a ud wau ndvUi uemsu to st'finpt ;•• iagram Nc*m akritlfliL >u-bi. ismni %  • J ''> kai i tuUiloii at Ion* anga the pot :w u> risky. No: %  oiiooker. A fairi)lull oonti %  toward* tlw i Well lltls .. new y*r n.nni And ISO* loo And *v*fybady %  %  | A few Sraet thing, tu u>. %  r about lh* inie tin*riupiannina w*> ih Bam* llul aller a whol> iwslvi Therr'. nvlhuuc ntw lo .laini. ln -Hi in llajan lanluaSw" snr noiiid rantonded b* Hul U. kin lake • beck-look" IWovr you all a(re. Sne called on Joe in Asjfffl •w bunaaluw one (mill of modern i*f M Joe lu the blur i With nuihiim inoie nor lota. M hari twa n~.mi latsi Huihl in the d.-a.i l^.j maid. Oh Joe my .1. I MSN Fleureicent Llsht It makes the li.-nir look %  -Ifm And i( you love vour .tirllnf r'lueretcenl Hal it >oull m ^•r-.-'.l t.i It. To-day the llshu arc el Joe >ald "Time RIM too She ealled r.i bc-euM' the tn-xt duoi ii. • I iirnl Well UIM Joe gladly save her Twe a Aiumr-ial load lint early in September Test laudeJ in River Road •taJnhwi %  t.ne euneet The \erv not year day KM >!• >aniah^ we may tay. Ti |nw el ptiliiieian. %  1, Barrow %  ii ll"\< i 0, York Citv 0. —Reuter. lint II And ii My m %  i ik back -tone Record Profit LONDON. Dec 31. year mads) ;i rooord profit of £5. :. working accord* 1V>1 Mnc y Ii u tuMncantent • gated Rruler. two %  %  -•111 .d htoian. You wiU not make Una SHOOS*: evary t4me. but Uie atraae u aound and ahould always lea.' % %  xtriaLiy aalc. Billiard playoia eiiio, •.iroum like tliia uejiUe hsJi-i.aU ku.. %  i-orr i-i-d into tlio top left i>ocfce: WhUe ln-ona ar.dlaaatmus at -nookcr. mis ;utl>' sbot lisa use' D the aj-i-.i naa Thar* are nuuiy positions woe:* oablll-.y 10 aaud while equare:. \loo4 a oualiloii rail wlU aiuable anooXer. Leatiu thl* bUUard Mtooker will iwiieni. %  .. %  J. . R. I—.I, Toru NOT Ol I tl %  sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM GOLFER INJURED I !.K Dot || %  i %  : M Unttad BtaU i . i .-.., Cat -.. %  j inn With J HUT) "t lugggfl U)i. 1 ' ' 1 an nkle, -Reuter. \Vi-: r i >-<=> Over 50.000 people buy lliem even week The FINEST BICYCLE BUILT to-day l^S^-^ electric lighting accessories ••4 Mlf •< %  %  MB I f .tk>. M> Imp*h '*• fi bnti-li lujjf liainU"im.l SuiitliAlarmBN n ulvr thoier beaawee Ian oulalamliug in tacil n it\. .|\lc and valaa are luodrlt to aas in delightful esaaaal W any bedrooui fan glad to OMU 'Uf SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS 100% BRITISH MADE Aao-e. VICTORY, lit paaUl Mue or ertan aaadea with f hroluiuni pla'sd (>IUo>. or mast with (ill typo sad fillius*. *' luiuiouua ang non-luuiiiHiut .ii-i* Below. MEW DAWN, Coea I -ail* vs>> poeUble refaaei Ki aHahlo witb blur or gntm f 'l 'J. Hercules I GEDOES GRANT LTD., BRlDGfTOWN F ITNESS through inner c It online s* mako e\-en routine tsk pleassnt lo perform. A morning ghm of sparkling. erTervescing Andrews settles the stomach, gggggdl audity, tones up the liver, and checks hilKiu*ncs*. Then, to complete your inntr cleanliness, Andre*, gently sad surely clesrs the bowels. Try it, and you'll llnd you feel brighter and more ejisl when you ensure regular intier iUanlineas wtUi Andrews Liver Salt. ANDREWS LIVER SALT COOLS • REFRESHES %  INVIGORATES



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1950 News From Britain On II I IIIIIAJ Inn 0r ASTRON kinds of experts who Hunk tin new hall century should begin In newspapn 1951 have been shouted down by Parly slightly lo left of centre newspaper i i ...dcaslcrs or slightly to right ul i ana.'he like, who arc emouragS.W. African Natives Fear For Their Land Says Rev. Michael Scott m Out London Cormpondi i 11 when the Rev : mnsr Loodo .lth the tivM had been robbed of thtir I. THE *"". m i.e.*-, "1IU slit Fill t'Ul •!£ ing us to "celebrate" the halfwit., mark of this 20ih century Taking a lon view hither and thither from Moscow in Hiroshima and back again — I wonder whether we have anything to celebrate. I suppose that the first half of this will eventually be marked di.wn in history books as tWC chapters on Ford 1 and the %  loubt if the aver%  %  %  'or bloatr-. I'n Dcctftta JHtan On-of the lei %  Short-Sighted Oil Policy? LONDON. OIL CI1 not comment at Lo n don pri Hi' CARPING CRITIC H C. .. don'l like about Qm ant to remove the people no matter whatever the from the looded ares (tarty in power in the HOUM ,ck of fore%  does, he ahi own ii allowing thi-m W %  ig. Mark you. I da -< I in that danger*ay that I M rtect news %  It The failure to canalpart) in power ll arWl I llodven knows I would ..ihr I said, cutting him short ist person to place myself • me foot. You're talking ilous position of admitthrough your hat. Do you know ting anything so absurd; or to what you people who criticise nc natives made admit that even, if by chan-e, <• merely for the sake of being us Douuiain.i. "id happen to do the right ih > remind me of?" Then it ctuld ever do it in the right before lie coui : answer I told way. What I really mean to say him. "You remind me of the sort is, that it annoys me when George of woman who slaps an innocent upon himself to point rhild for having; narrowly escaped tut to mo, me of all people, where being run over by a careless West Government Is wrong about driver" George gave his famouf i.-,. anything. Imitation of an open-mouthed %  _, codfish and then began. "~ style of cnticis.n but . %  I oilcy of whoierta South >>-uui.<-i he .I. !" ., .!. IftlW noulTthiTwU have one reason fo, self-congrat%  %  ubc and Sir Sn ,h< nve w >v e cj lUation a, the h^.nn.n* of ,950 " % %  me. .......c,,. navi vx ';; n z would ge out of hand a ... ,,[.„ ,„,.,, lie prospective loss of mar' %  -' %  ""Ki, i mj or mil. fOf dollar oil oaftini then, I lit; down Ihi : "' '• %  %  I Ir.don'a'cts which ra^Z l'Z K lJ"".i '" S t "' "" " f^jS: SwiH^S S45S.1S3WS SSS barter, |„ Alrl(i , h c idea of ,„ %  Matter ?'„ rt* Government The fact thai ,. ta hl wrong%TlTl bctangmast* %  the u fl nd a trifle |aa inclined to thro* into quite poinUon wars, than it was in centuries past Al Ing this theme of the new half empt\ oBOtury, we come down to the prosaic, annual, and almost trivia! r ittl past year and trying to poor Into the pi i I no!, ill;; Bock ll the year 1949. and the course Britain has taken show.-, %  ome things that we did not Q rnrr. Putting it in a sentence, ihi* devaluation crisis in Britain in 1949 was due to ro r k leu OVOTH • and a aomewii.it confidence in Britain f: people thai our politi.ing of %  f-SOUsght the 1-abour Oovornmeni down. dam%  %  %  ford Cnppb On the other hand, JookJi.t MS lion in bemoan.i. lh< i gti lord countn n) iltv %  all lonaa and reason. A | at a iv half in. had much mm. %  1949 v a OUT %  l.nokm. Furwurd minute mes*ion in I.CounclollheUN.O. Intention, usually lead After ^T t a T^J'.^ 1 *" """"J^i '' %  ,'"' n P"! ">• ease a.ut I have ever, re..on to flatter myZ N.SS vco "Sn^r"." ^" ^ W ;, A rl " incorporated In elf that I am perfecllv cmS.' £*% 2? 'mmcdiately try UnlOB 10 ,„e. a, he had before ' rapping the knuckles of the g.S £JLg of ,he "•'' the t.NO. at I*ke Success a few (iovernment whenever thev de-ILI-W K.. v. %  %  '-re. S.W. Africa, he •" "PPing And I must y lk ; ,' h i T gh ,""" lcn wn %  d %  formerly a German '"•< %  '' George geu on his h"h cn/mem' £^ said iSdnoW.?,^" horse and begins, before I can [.^Tnri „?L M ^ g h ?ci em ." It was ,. k ,„ by stealth and *• %  ""'I 5 • <">use 'he GovS" double crr^Tn/^ PI "J" (<• from the original '""""• Is enough to irritate "... TJco So7t ^ •, and colonised bv """• much '"" 'alr-mlnded rc about 1 "mini i.ram like myself. When he -Vow -„„ n*~~." i i ... They look away most of the ^S^^^^JS^^" "* -h '^SSid bu ^ %  Hill Kind from the natives, and. 2?.?? *?_"? '?' ". ta .."> mistakeable llnnness. You know has already vigorous reaction hi American oil 'vn the past twelve navQ been bv I %  b> the rapiditv witii Relieves INDIGESTION Yes — just one dose of MACLEAN < %  *% ,.. ,i A ,h"j"" l cts Britain barters [ Facism. After the first World War. S W 'POCKET CARTOON '•> OSBERT LANCASTER pa could be bought without political*slogans. POCKET CARTOON h "'HI Rl LAN< ASTI R I o Ducussaoni .,,, n i Itl—on the long. •t of U„lll lot poUcj natltute the Puol | %  Innate that ful 080 would go lo i "lies Mlllni AUca \SHM si.ving so, has a mean underhand >>,,,", „, do,s a " K 0 7 way of creating the ImpJess'Cn r^T, h l'.l S "T'\ in Xo "' tfat If he ni the leadeTol „iv„ ,,21 .7 'Ubscnbers mlghl HotlM competed of other men ^a 'nojff' d ""J^" m,de a mCT Cfft the House would not Sr k. ?. J !" 1 "'', inly always come to right dcci. ha.i, „ H.. t y0U nWln %  _ns. but also And the right inc., i,..:,, It" Yes — just one dose of MAOLi!" BRAND STOMACH POWDER relieves Indigestion pain and discomfort! This wonderfully quick and effective relief from Hrarthurn. Flatulence. Acidity and Stomach Pains due to Indigestion is made postihlc by the fact that MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH POWDER is a pertecdy haUnLcd A %  dentine formula. .i, Make Meal Times yj" a Pleasure! / Whycoonsuffcring? Tryjust one dose / to-di L MAC DPR MACLEAN' "** <>"r ii^ni ir putting those decisions i -tual practice. Igati %  varyona knows how difflcLlt II ll to contradict the other chip DOUI what he hait actual y snd In words. They can ther.I .-,' easily understand how irrit ding it Is when George adopts an .itlltude that puts you suddenly sttton of having to argue I Btntl what you had eve v right 1 to be your own orlgl. MU idea. One puts up wllh that s rl of thing from a woman because one know, that it's natural '• i her to try and have the rlrst u .s well as the last word. But no %  .liable male of the species I DO expected to tolerate this I Africa was taken away rmany and placed -, t .another ft tha Union of ajgh ggff.?* JW* *—* thU In-ica by the u-ague o( N,S„ '""'"'ne technique being adopted .I Nations l,y one of his own sex African, now wanted h, Porata s.W Airier on ,i tlus suVnii, .7. %  •'"•" •'"nsi ii„. rrtihai ,,i i w "I IVM> Old Hoore'f fUmai c.iutious toil, " ." %  '' old l.dy All I ..I ll., moaw ., saouui ba dad iKal the cxtrenes In in tin almost cartaui lo lose hi. scat, and tb, doubtable William Gatl The H.ii.in, ,ii Idvanlage 1 .lih. chihl ril h ipeel : I evei that l %  -lev, — That Is why. after the tropical bance, I went to the club in the hope of meeting George i and of having an opportunity of let ing him what I thought about l he negled of the Government and veryone elM who ,jght t„ have '•thing to prevent w hal or to relieve Ihc situait happened Rut before I to begin, in fact hefor. %  ............. .... %  %  ii* the I %  %  %  %  1945, rei In Eul arc sick %  %  a la 'I" foul .ltd .. ., l",lj, chilhan f* u ori i.rings Ihem pn Jffij PreAl ,.„ %  N,„ y,.r '•"" %  I Ml „ the Him „, .. Id,,, Jut, 11.. % %  % %  and ii peego. kt the U.M 1 ""• "vet one! Courl ai the Haiua ll A L'jTo •U Alnc, should latered %  nip Council No rendition i %  lo begin, m %  SW At, 1 * ** 'bo c ..fortunau..!}-, when I got home • i.rgot all about sending m my lUen; and the next ruom%  I saw George's name in I ami too Ian for me to no It then and so lei ... done It days ago. When oixt we met, George greeted me uii.n: -Hullo. Bertie, 1 hope louve seen that I ; mj sub. %  n it, I replied have lots of others who to do TO anonymously Oh quite, quite," he said in a : %  ;, stive voice, "And no is of others have got l anonynaoui subs they ade." That shows you the sort of f It Ahntra tries to non-existenl faults in %  I* try to have the last fonder 1 get s„ annoyed | n nim sometimes ITS HIRI AC jl/ lain) musl %  be allowed i„ tak, Mexico Wauls Loan For Oil %  i i %  itth i Mexican ,: to llghl Ui . %  • vernmenl i ably a furani to give th"> • ,:ig rnuch t. %  "i the si,.,iit>-t,,w,i Dilcy He I ,. In the oventoctting oi i. lh, %  i avi % %  ill,, 1 aren I the i in the tlluhy ami ttiej found rmonl ai porti rl, Palmolive Beauty Plan proved by Doctors brings lovelier skin to 2 women out of 3in 14 days! After.. on ,,384 women for 14 days, 39 doctor, (includileading skin stalls,,) report that ,.,c • %  Pah-olive Beaut, H.,,,' | ,,„ .,,,,,„;„. nUceablc ilnprovcncnl in „„ %  complcxl „„ ln , Uefiiutc, noliccublc ini|.n,>cnicnu were;— •• ...al hn ,,„!,,, i, 1 •a—Ikav l„ t i N t .irtjfc." iJu lip,an sin,,. Li S ht u P ^? nd s "iHe! Healthy People keep their Tannin wiau^ii and healthy with Fewe Fresher, smoother Brighter Dim ughung i, bad for ,,,„ eve, lor your nerves." with tHrani, the bright, chccrrul lamp. ^^ Par wbhc tcoh, uae the PHROXIDB loothpaMe—uaeMact eeM i e u .d|t. THE WONDERFUL LAMP THE CITY GARAGE CO GAlD&fTOWN. a*a>*f>rM mmuiitwa: rut tvajan manar (OOOt" i^jrir*d ,d:,u 3 ,^„ "" H ''%  '' %  ''' Plan I. .1. la " Keep 'hai l IUSI %  'HUcmTiAI.IV KM I



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T SUNDAY. JAM WRY I. MM I \Y AI)MM 1 I I Rupert and a Mare'g Nest—44 r„\ Pre-view lude Lots of riuir arc %  lung, ,. ph whipcords seem lo have killed %  inaiui for this mate. i-ciel range. s[X,t cotton) Suis Bradaxie Anglalse oot cotton A ng contrast tunic jacket combined with iktrt. SMOKERS CAN SMILE.. v M hi auiimcM ol On has* w MC wto-mbo ti u -**U> %  :M Mo. Bui brings Raapart mt ikktac or not.** When hr u draucd brcakiitt in bed. and his lather .* Hui t MW oa #MS* too. and Thai Mire's Nat* mm IOOO dkif am ia the ton*. Belor* ctu mow voooertul tiling." mn km* tWf Mop wd Raw •rauoOMr. Bear. "So wonderful that **l caa*t aaaec oat where that t>-*. I'm not tan that * WCM oot Md as," say* Mr. Bean Every. i-'iminff U*[ oifht rtail* uw a. Pat Poison Ivv Green |: 0lir „ *. g i __ COLOURS Include "•"" % %  "HI brown and grey, soft iinv THE 'lope of a long bill Kreen. mauve pink, a II the way. A bus nr clear patfl called Poison Ivv. *W "P and back again in 111 net in pastel shaded colouring' minutes running time. But it lakblack aUli evening i >..' l?i 2 minutes to run from bottom ( .ater blues and all '"'>• T1,cn ln wha < time should .1 Ol vellow from citron to '"" frtim to P to bottom" deep mustard gold. ...,— |nw Jn * ** we ifasag laaaa OBBM beds* 30 I Mill I In\ ti mil. i number with loui The urst .•".her onehalf of the number re, /its The middle two digits when added OQjuaj the laat, the second digit is twice UN I :(ie ihirH is half the lM m lli[i>s • Vou can light ap without fear of anokc-siuncd teeth! if you use Nicota, the toothpaste that lights up your smile. Nicota, wiih its clean, fresh flarour, .tficu unsightly nicotine wain. yet contains no harmful abrasive. Nicota keeps your teeth really white from morning to night. Oet a tube today. %  • YLCIEEM NICOTA SMOKERS' TOOTHPASTE whitens your teeth— brightens your smile FOR BOY OH (.IKI. tillD Will -1! .. child Of ..:| ill year-ii needs tour nu ay or ihrec ounoaa of ii.ii>-. Child's Cardigan And Cha %  .\\i edll' i iircliijisii HATBUAU wool. 3 ounce* ol baby wool. %  %  MtASlRRMlM| %  Length from bOUldt) |] ;i(i r FV Repeat Ira rub till row.— A: %  %  til work measures 8 ins. SHAPE ARMHOLtS .II pattern, with border: work in pattern as back, from • • to • *. increaMi. m i iceve measures 1U ins SHAPE BBAO rli'i-ping U) | : K2tog. at each < rid el • I i m Caal iffi TO MAKE UP Join vide, il %  i: em broW Sew on buttons lo \ button-holes Pn JEKSI.Y Materials: 1 OUTaOM <>I three-pl.t wool, or '& otineai ol bnbe LenfUi 10 men. %  am— [ linan I border then kltog., at TENSION one pattern III Htchei and B %  >>nc inch (No. 9 neeABBREVIATIONS: K—knit, p-pur Miichcs; uii—inches; tog—|owth.r SKPO—slip one, knit one, pas* .slipped ali'.Ui uvei | m— make u stitch by bringing wool to front of work km: titch iiul by wrapping wool round the needle before u purl sUich. C4-.1.P.W,, Jtttchon ; to a spare needle in front .ir work, tott 2, then knit 2 off spare needle; Garter it—each raw knit. fc BACK LMng No 12 neeules cast on 4 m. and work in Id. pi rib for 24 ,,,. „„ h row until 36 its, n n SHAPE NBCI Ri.ht UM EddDff: Nrxt row — K4. SKPO. W( rk :n i ittcrn tu end. Next row. -Pattern tu within i .su,.. k4. last 2 rows until 24 sts. remain. Continue on these its. work measures 12 ins. SHAPE SIIOULUEK It As for CarmUan Tension: As for Cardigan. Abbreviations: As for Cardigan Uack: Work as Back of Cardifjli Right side latin*:: Neat row,—Work |] hi in patltani, turn. Nesrt raw,—P2tog.. work m patuntil tern to end. Next row.—Pattern to within 2 sts. of division, k2tog ^VV-V/W. .','.',;'*W,'.**s. .',-,',.*.;:%'.',',',','.;' r :'.-*' N O TI € E. How Good A Detective Are You? Commencim: ;it armhole edt;e. aat off 10 sts.. at bt'ginnii.i: >t Next row.—PZtog pattern to end. Repeat last 2 row;>. nnii! Continue ui garter st.. on 4 burr'jmam. Id | :> %  : It I ul his phone . 9 needles and pattern ai IMIIOWS: Ki Mil R %  i Hepe : .l i)2, k2 %  fa! Front: Work Kan until armhole shaping have been completed 468 sts.) Continue on' them sts. until work measures 10'i Ins. SHAPE NECK MAJOR DOEXX was ,,ff duty and off sli WN ant wl geaa the etk*rf %  .hen it haptiened. BO deatti was .i ens.for civil author* %  HIS Wllr County DetecUvt i'.rown JU ih•piny mv o the bungn,0 tl Oo des from llirllidav . %  -• tin-^s HAPPY BIRTHDAY i %  Qrathwatte w then Bin W Mrmhe-r MA SKA1 V •uiiq 114!. p| -SHll|l| %  saan Mn ifatsa "i puasaiiii "i *i %  M oi r-m •"(% %  .. •I>ui |'--i "*U -*i\ t^". %  i i<"i from lading p2. k2. %  "'"T,; %  %  2nd row P2 %  A ,4 Rp*at Tm • ending ,1 ben • ending k2, p3 Sf2L ,N !l-2 1-4 raw— Kl, pi. Repeat from ending k4. 2nd row —K5, • pi. kl. Repeat mg k2. p8 ird row. K2. pS, C'4. p3, k*. Repeat from • ending pS, C4, p2, k_' 4th row -As 2nd row. Repeal 1st and 2nd rows twice more. • V Repeat these 8 pattern rows unlii wi rk meaauroi t Int. SB iPI latMBOLI K %  9 sts. at bei;i: end of follow.ni*: 2 rows. (OVt its). Continue on these sts. m pattern until work measures 12 inBHAPI SIIOI'U'ER ... i>c tinnlni It n its. RIGHT FRONT (Buttonholes this hide for Girl— omit lor Boy) Using No 12 needles, cast on JO sts 1st row.—K4, • kl, pi, Repeat from to end. 2nd row.—" kl, pi. Repeat from • to within 4 sts., k4. Repeat these 2 rows, once more. 5th row— (Moke a buttonhole) kl, k2tori.. ml. kl, kl, pi. Repeat from to end. Gth raw— • Kl, pi. Repeat tratn •to within 4 sts., k4 Rapi 2nd rows nine times more. Chan i •< No 9 needles and Mtfa TU | follows, mnkinn buttonholes, as before, ;it Ii, *H, 6| od flj Ins. 1st row.—K4, p2. k4 MBMl fium ending u2, k2 tad raw i" Ki tti'tn %  ending kfl. ruws once more sth row.—(Make Buttonhole); Kl.pl. Repeat from to within four nl. k2tog. kl. Glli row K:i, pi. kl. Repeat ending pi. k2tog ml, k5 Cast off knitwiMReturn U* remaining sis., slip first 6 sts. on to u safety pin. work Repeat 1st and 2nd rows nine in pattern to end. times more. Next row.—Pattern to within 2 Clung* to N> f> Beadle, and i.ts., p2tog. pattern as follow-, making buttonNext row.—K2tog put'. 4'. 6f and end. Repeat last 2 rows until 1st %  %  K -i ; ;;4 Hepeat remain. ..,„ • 0 end Conunue -ii these sis. until WO .. .•ml row.—K6. • P 4. k2. R. peat measures II ins endniK P2. Commencing at armho,3rd row. fa. • p3, i pa, .4. east off 10 sts. at beginning or ne,i and alturnie row. 4th row.—Ktt, p4, k from ending p2. Continue on theae sts in pattern lno ">ilil:.t %  intil work measures 12 ins. Mrs. DotXX, unld P SHAPE SIIOIT.I1KR Commencing :•; neck edge: W( IW I Iten together until Next re** P'o, turn, knit baek last month, We had a cj Next row,—kin. pin ui l eva Next raw.—Cast oil m su>.. k3, talked to. I went home to m> 14 i II. 1*4 vx||"' H.-H l^*"l''l "* Myi" J>li l" !''•"> -i-"*! jpmi| jMiiiii ai(i *m pj*(-i *.y*\t i \ii>|ii' %  %  > MH m I oii-in lYsli-r WITII "apt alUterauV i iuiiuHiiij. provtdei called nmany tunes, ,, mi(ll I filer I.ilium.* •ui HOI i BJQ p aent thou! Miy 2, 4. f). 7. l an ,i %  WlthOUl my |, 4. %  Without nj I i begging me to return. Tin-, evening, %  rhea ha phi he'd commit sum • if I Udarl come and talk to him, ...>t hare, ha begged me not ti fat : 'o to Uve ,'iiii him igain. Whan i refused %  ,ioset and Mid he'd kill lu i. %  ii! iluul, Bp| UM muzzle t' his head and plaOW the n igg'-i There WM an explosion, i fainted ,o,n MataSSuliMriMm. w.,h Why. 1 cm. .... I (Mod Km , work Ul W. pi. rib '" ul "' "" k "' "" Ihese sis %  ulck up .nd knit 21. %  md .;.. ttM Of to riuhl ^huuldcr and finally woik lo Join in klpl rib across 2 Jls. o< t rwo ihinn mak< IftO sts.) illink this was niui'lri. I I Work 3 rows in rib. Jones. N„|r.w.-mb3.ml.k2U,..,,l. ( | ^ ^.^ '>j^ rw—Rib. Cast off loosely ])lool asked. niore. Repeat these 8 pattern rowff until work measures 8 ins. SHAPE ARMHOI.ES Koeplnf in pattern: Cmiiiinncing at opposite edge to bi rder, caal off 8 sbt.. then k2tog. b row until 3fi sts. raroaln. SHAPE BACK Ifda facing: Nrxt raw—Pattern to within I sts k2 tog., k4. Next raw—K4. pattern to end. %  roan until 24 sts. mmain. Continue on these sts. until work SHAPE SHOULDER As flr-t SLEEVES Using No. 12 n. < I • %  and work in kl. pi rib for 2 ms. Than he him ke mo %  SLEEVES Work as Cardigan Sleeves buttonhole* Press all seams. TO MAKE VP Join together 10 cast otl Left shoulder Join side and sli -1 • Bam ir. siecvee, P'a""!* MM I head of sleeve to should) seams. Sew on bul'ons to i i-uUonholcs. Presi nil seams. natch • dead No. it One ol Hi. i In us,-, whlah made him Huspirious is plainl) sljtrd :ihove. The other j' thr ri--ult ad it throuafh rapidly alou without 'i i Second, see if you can n. Yinrii aavac lurve to w< what letter the next with Sadden iwallowi rmJU* sfWRSansei'a ilotolti lip siiipiny. %  ;trollr I ledCfglV. Hflra lino siohs Seeing .s:.,''"ii Slocum, %  priaf. "Say," said .Siiphen. "aKWelatl sfcaliar; .Say .shall Stephen spouseless stay?" Axiraiphrway. Summer*! wason siou'ly sfratchesi latajacm Sloe* So ihe tipned some limph Soul souyM soul saccess/ully. Sir Septembers Susan n %  >atm tufa eh* Six small Slocunu side by side. %  Our Custor are asked and Fr:?nds note thai as from Tuescv 3rd January our Broad S. Store will be closed for Lu h from 12 noon to 1 p.m. lead of from 11 a. m. to 12 noon as present. at CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. I %  .•,;:: %  % %  -. % %  Women know Yourselves Spring Fashion Preview LONDON (By Mull; A')..ul UM lime a %omun docs not give waj Ox social group to which ||M I* when nod lo .' %  win) suit, according Edwaidn. i :* on to 1 i:\prws." Edward, to-day ruthltMly dumen into lour classc. %  ot the mysterious 11 I.istiiig 20 pctsonal | I w^iich take a woman c::unHl I,, i-r able lo Utled. rich, bohemlan Q %  us ot th" Tho Honourable Mas :ately homes of England by family tailor and crocodile •hoes She favours a I ane string ol seal pea nlal badn. Btion includf. :" for escort%  | a good lime British and she likes to drink champagne Won't Marry She refuses to man from the other grou will be m ii lifev 'To stay as C'i:.:li ml Little Miss Knh has %  luxuiy nppartmenl with girl friend; pre.rtcut with two-string arl choker; refers to '' tor escort -Riviera" for vacation Clowes ara black suit, little feather and suede ahoei calls her eacort "a very and takes a vucali..i. world cottages" in II" A Soul Male To ciiticize she uses "abysm.il" ives at the old mill" with natg siupnton i bual r,| haTMll made by a friend and is absorbed In politics. par is hand* ink and she HkM Frtmeh .md Oarman movies. She steady" types jnd I ei chiluii'il will be Torqull i.l Melissa. Her aim In UK U icogniBon," and she drmk." infurtng litiio wines." Miss Suburb fives In a semiI with her family; wears brown herringbone suit* and haml-kni: Skirts are gho ,th learner ana .u—~ umuo s S kirU are r .he head by a inca.r.ca, .. ^ ,„her white leather I. i ]hliind v caUo „. .ilei-aated" In foreign thaalrc. i rink. I stones are out run sHOts WIIH THE ri'1.1. cnoicr. WIDTH tASHiuy.ni ri in iciiuN ^JXXAMS ,.. ul a good tune l| SI movie and she dm.k v uses the kaoal • iher and wears a bridsftmald's draaom Ua lv tvpas art ruled out an oup pi"**ern i>avtd. 1 m In lifo i* n ^m blouse*. *--litres* Edwards does art all (our wns m or IdwardU N. rwr chart, unaainiou*< %  noose cotton drtMiei naval i-niiiilo avarj %  "•. fla^Haasaoaa i ui arofaea vii" aeaaaad ihsi Farhioa fits Ussai a race l\ i kuki ii\ raetweats mi'vitixblr *urlil over lUlk BY A | IOMI swfe inn v wm Your Coit of Living Bonus Tuaday & Wednesday Usually for NOW \iislriiliiin llnrllclt IVars Large Tim .11 III Idilllfs MinicHifiil til> (ill MiiUMM labelBrrr._27 or SMI per (iirlmi H JACOB b CKEAM CRACKERS 31.39 PFAK FREAN'S TW1GLETS 1.22 PEAK FREAN S KAflTIM CHACKERS 1.5G fORTHE HOME JAMAICAN ORANGE IUICE S .44 TRINIDAD '.:i:APE FRUIT IUICE .23 TINS PEAR! Ixiiqe SI Small 37 .. PEACiliSLarge .57 „ APRICTTS-Large 50 ., TRU1T bALAD 7S I 2? QUAKEP O/.TS-Tlm $ :.aiq Pkls Small Pkls 21 TINS ANCHO/EY FILLETS 19 TINS VIENNA SAUSAGES 57 CAUBUHVS CHOCOLATE 3ISCUITS 1-48 FRY S DELUXE CASKET CHOCOLATES 4.16 1.45 FULLEP.'o SHORTBHEAD . • SOUTH AFRICAN PLUM 1AM 21b S .55 APRICOT 1AM 21b 53 PINEAPPLE JAM 21b MELON 4 SINGED 1AM 21b .59 .43 MsHI lta>|iiirlin*ii< BEST AU£ : HALIAN BEEF MUTTON LIVER TRIPE OX TAILS Specially SalsCMsl Milk Fed TURK ;V 14 16|b SI. 00 Mori's I IOI M H III M CQLDMADE STDHES i



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SUNDAY, J IM \IIV I. ItM LOCAL NEWS SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE NINE Shoppers Were Scouts Hold Exhibition At The Museum ,^mmfm%mm%nwM!mmmmnam Busy Yesterday IT was Old Year Day ye.: MM Saturday ut lhat 11. .. is bank-hol theM> 1. Dance To Help Funds Mrs. WertheinTs Gift I %  • limi'toT. Britain' Ho Is aha • desianer of must have been llarbados Sea s %  ,„,„'"" textiles rcponsiblo ,n the City tor Ihe J Jolly lime cm Thursda, nlali. m\ov. Jonn Skenpmg w.11 known '" >•' .,( ihe m*i „t (or his anim-1 draw rags and scurp11 eonlempurarv Kindi.h ..rii*.* rh, u,rr ,lls w orlt 1S frequently exwell attended and %  V '" •'"'"' '' hibited ,n I-,ndon. He has proi ihe (unction liuille Jim buttle which was equal o that ol Chtisliir.-. K\, B h Opp I ng hie Ihen. NM in Full flng w the In then THE exhibition at the Museum Australia and New Zealand Htifi ,'! drawings and wuMKOlbur. are h*i recently worked foi -' .PU' <"i ol the ftnt recent I v *"'n Trust Scheme "uecording jl I I THE FREDERICK P. ELKIN lies at anehor. aground on the west COM of the island, just off the Mental Hospital. Frederick P. Elkin Dies A Slow Death ran no pang were win* spare. ""*' r %  %  %  %  to make the New Year festival as joyful as that of Christmas. Tailors, dressmakers, shoe1 other craftsmen were hustling to carry out their tromises to their various clients, •rme of whom had suffered disappointment at Christmas time. Most people wenindulging in •^•ock-takiiii;. not of their business of course but of their lives. "I will turn over a new leaf next venr:" "New Year—new rules for mo I will take life more seriously from tomorrow." These our %  printed mU1 ,„, ,„„,,„„ „„. ^^^^"l^ !" Man net 1044. ,„„ Tau Gallery purchased I WMRMMPMC '. to all 3riends and Customers jn, in I'hui-stiuf/f AIIe.no and hi. quartette sup"' s '? ,?"*'"' whatever o( from' him a hones head earved rcalum ""* m .,'. !" m n ' *' ,1 ''!P"-m wood. A fine drawing by him plied the muslr on the In Camp ere. !" "" !" ' con m P or r >">of deer is among the Wertheim The Rovers of the 34th B'dos Adrian ny ,. „, Olft. (St Philip*) Crew went into ,!" ,?H ,„ !" S: *£> %  } % %  a !" PInterested in Animals camp at Warren, wood, on ,\~ „ d '" !" > Wertheim coUecAnother arturt who is cloMly u>la.t weekend and are having %  ,,' J an j""n charcoal tereated in animal. — especially good time ,, u? ", i" H w ed c "' a horses, is L. D. Rust His study Included in their programme is h y [[. • and obtained a of a London cart-horse la a sena Campflre on Jac icon's pasture cl ;olarsrup at the slade Art sltrre drawing. Rust has also an next Tuesday night after which %  ^ ho ';, T "' -n-i other expressions were rosoetime he was affection for trees, this can be seen ix rover squires will l>e invested TV Master at Westminster both in his Horse Study, and In Wood Badge bchool He is a member ,.i the >"> drawing of • 'Trees, EaatWe are glad to be able to inK 5J"! Ins1 '""' of Oil p.intar.. bpume." HI. work has been form Scouters that we have as he,d exhibitions of his shown in Umdon and Manchester received Scout and Cub Wool "" >rtl ln 'ndon. Zurich.' Munich "-"l".? 5 "' ,h f Royal Academy. lutions made to be carried out Baa,, studies Part 1 (Theoreti and Toronto. Since 1944, he has „ Something of the Bch-ceiiih during the year which ha. Just C al) 1949—50. and these wil. fr*menlly had his works hung hl n 1 '" r> „ spl '." A PP"' .j" "> */ cheek-up at Its end hv suoo f,. reody or circutation A at the Royal Academy. r, .""l^.il A1 ",T Newton. 'he fortunate ones who live notice lo thi pflWi \uill ho ..,.h Ftielan niKh !< %  D ...u. n nj **-anaietto and Ouardi have The Frederick P. Ellcin. St. John's. Newfoundland, that was through it. wl.l reveal to than. S "ILtL £on t, ." inT colour h" water !" „u '•<' .oth h„ '"Hiposi-ions scrapped here and her fittings auctioned last September ho ' murh detcrmin.iicn was bethey are ready. of a Manchester Canal conveyii. !Lb ipan '""'," t N w >n seems to be taking a long t.me to die. "IM their utterances. -EXTBACT the atmoapherc of the industrial hibltrt re^uiarK"'a? .he^uSS Krom "Spiritual Adventure' ,"' "I'and There is also Academy for a number of year, in 1 lie November Srouter LiKi" ",."' ,sh *"• %  > G'bb vlncial Galleries and private eol<"' %  ne in the Conference hn^t A N ,'" l '"" lr >*"""-cic is a fine oil painting of "The tht title of which does not begin ,,"' %  P "" •"'" M """' n At Surrey Canal. Cambcrwcll There with the letter P" We have h Jullans "> ParU. his m..ters ''" delicate water colour of "The Probation and Preparation and S"* jMn Paul-Laurens and Thames from the Embankment" •s? I I I TO ALL OUR ? FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS 5? It has been towed in and out of tion to run I schooner that cornc the Careenage, it has lieen shifted two thousand yards of canvas, to various parts of Carlisle Bay The rcmainjng parts of the and now il lies on the west coast Frederick I*. Klkin. which include.! just on* the Mental Hospital and the hull were anchored in Cullll has been left grounded there. Bay but it leaked so badly thai th. Harbour und Shipping Master conOne of the lew remaining threesidered it to be a menace to shipmifcted schooners that carried ping and ordered it lo be taken Nova Scotia's flag and merchandout to see and sunk or grounded, that the 117-ton schooner "Regiise across the sea since the early it was towed on Tuesday by the nald N. Wallace" under Captain middle, is a session nineteenth century, the Frederick Government craft Lord ComberWallace is on its way to Barbados. i'*l Adventure Reginald N. Wallace On \Y ay to Barbados "Gloria May Still Missing NEWS was received yesterday ind Preparation, and have Progress and PracUc ome. But here, stuck in thi ailed -Spirl'in BOCrj Bouguerau, In IWW, he had practically decided to give up art 1 -w an exhibition CttMUW 1 Lhrc nd Of up hL Ix'Kan Fined: Put on Bond Two lines were imposed on %¡ ouise Rock of Bush Hall CrtW Road v.ster.iay lv HiWorship Mr. H. A. Talma. Fruits, Greens Are Plentiful n the Museum collection. The work of two Continental artists is included in the coUssSlion Drivler and Kolle. Drivier's Zu-JrVftt-SL Pte with us delicate I essentially French in Ihe treatment of the nude tigun oil painting, on the other hand. WOKl, M Julian'.* work ill P. Klkin was one of the victims of mere down ihe west coast and then Consequent upon"rumours that uboui that (or should I the modern iron and steam age. iun aground by the launch Sea this vessel had sailed from British Penitent > because I chose the No longer II it a paying proposiPrince just off Ihe Mental HospiUl. Guiana for Barbados over a week He. Although I slill think it i ago and did not arrive here up ..good one. I am sorry because M ihe Autumn Salon, and durin. Sl ow aV& armt. ^£S SMS to Friday. Ihe Schooner Owners *un you glance .1 U* proJh-t year he hold exh.b.t.ons ol su^ect whkh s m"7, I Association cabled St, Vincent to gramme and see this session. Ml work in London and Sweden lind out whether or not it was "Inch quite obviously deals win In 1913, he held an important exthere, 'he religious aspect and basis of %  ••bitiot. of his work at the Hem A reply received late Friday Beountlf, il appears to In-.leune Gallery. Pans. There read "Reoinald iV. Wallace ssileil hl "t! apart. somethiiiK dih*eien; tffr ho OxhlhltOfi ehinfly lw 1**,. from St. Vincent for Barbados" ,r ,n • %  "he rest, with the rOOUl "JOtl ind Manchester. Towards the FRU.TS and gr. The lirsl floe 10/in 14 days or ;,,i yesterday in as full %  supply Irength Kolle was born at Chulottenbu--! in 1899. at the age of 25 he settled in Pans, where he lived for a time in an obscure hotel in the I-atin Quarter which Towards the had once sheltered Verlaine nod to the "added > 'to^ .r-th^'n'":,: ';"' was for throwing stones across "H'lmts. Krnpefrulta, oranges, momently Bush Hall Cross Road and the bananas, all of them have had i There is still doubt a second 30/in 14 day, or one i'.uiisluiii: period. The neighbou:afelv of the H Ol0rla May'' month's imprisonment for .issoult" 'i"-"*u_ !" .. L .. For sport, especially tennis, footI M.mus nave ,lone their lhal, '„, sailed from British Oul. Ihe run supply, but the steadf ( „ Barbados over a week ago. low of green, was due to thi Names of the crew which we,e 'Of the local farmer! igned on at the Harbour and vho made the most of the rain. Shipping Office In October la.l Civen as good rain as the paal year are:— George Graham ar, he farmers are all out to (Captain), James Rice, Gladstone no their worth again. Banan.s Dummett. Joseph Dcllange. Alfre.i %  'not yet at their acme and dmHeadley. Gladstone Baslmumi. I" %  ailing weeks, housewives Clarence Sargeant, W. Murray. I'xiievt good quannUei Frederick Perkins and Amis Nelson. "VILLAGERS all this frosty Prm. reported lhat his office as ll"*£ n v,ncen 'tide" %  yiece which has .wen '""ken and entered between 8 00 l "" ow "• chosen for the lest ploco of the P.m. on Thursday and m m n> y n ^ own c0 S!PJ Mltn 1 ro 1 Choir compelit.on on Monday at PrM*y Georgetown, British Guiana. tlieJl WW Scouting. Religion lng Gweiulolyu Orandlii December 31. She was also put on a bond with Damlcy Rock for three months in the sum of 11 for resisting Island Constable Bennett on Bush Hall Cross Roail while in the execution of his duty. The Frosty Tide Is Here xhlbltlon surprising lhat he i the ..f his pottery was held in Undon oenced by the work ..( Oerl, '"'" bafor* the last war After the l '""". ,h c tamou, French horse "' scl ""Parti axlubitkn he ;, "''cr. Sport has formed the Scouting-A,, Adventure SS^aifSRfffi! Ill the foundation mil the motive powe ONCE AKK THE SEASONAL OPPORTUNITY TO FXPRESS OIIB UEEP APPRBCIATION oh VOUR CONTINUED ONAGi V.I' GOOD WILL YEAR AND TO YOU j>T s £ %  %  %  I £ %  Uiappu SVew ^ear i'itlfil iritli I ^Health, happiness and Prosperity* Id. IIAIIIIISON & CO. (BIMIS) LTDJ ^^wg\gii-i. Raf el Nichols are aboard The n,e *-• at Queen's Park beginning at 4.45 Jr pjn. to-day. t The Programme: — Pr n r w iorml Muivd TMX STATE THUMI'in'WIS ftyiuphuiiH K'..i|ii M MOVKMENT UNnNI*-HlJi i ballfl 4-lr-i.m U IKH'TIWIK PAMTAOq i The iiiti-e. > %  ( tin. .uik -..s %  %  . iptod bj <>u<> JtMajditiil (or ti* u .f „i Ruraiwi terwl St>f U I hv rrquna. NAZ/UtfTni Cli-tl*. liii.ii ii I I Solo Buplioiiluiii Balllton CAROLS "PYom HIT rAlem Mounla.n. "VilUim alt Uiu Km*l> Tld* To Mrnuli Ouariiiat* WUKTIIV IS TlIK IAMII AWON OIORUN ,, | ariid Mvh CljaOI'ATHA HYMN& -I VM I .„,.!,, rhnxr.1 THI <( rd i. ii -in*, ('rlnvoitd GOD SAVE THi: K1N rssel carries 230 tons of gsjwnl ol life. Duly to God is net \wu and St Knogal" are int.:. of Scouting; it is the whole examples of the effects which can purpose of Scouting. Purpose— )> obtained by outlining obects < a word beginning with pan sod ink or brush, and with the letter "P" which we m the use which eta be made ol might UN as our title. The Putuncoloured portions of the backpose of all our Probation, ground to light a ploton Th. md PratartM died in tragic circumstances n 1946. at the early age of 32. He cargo and she lef, Georgetown on Jc*','" S££, "ESS T Wednesday, ">ecember 21. don In 18 f/emenrary Teachers HQUSE DESTROYED ON Knday at about 10.30 a.m. B lire of unknown origin broke out Dl | wall and wooden house at Hniri Mmmtinn nt Ci> Hmica Surinam VlUae, St Joseph, and nota mman 0 at ^ n "wise A meeting of Elementary teachers was held at the Churrh iplotcly destroyod it. longer hours which were introduced by the Director of Education. A resolution, agreeing mat the CANES BURNT hours remain as usual, that .s froi 9 a.m. to 3 bul .1 was no) Inturad, It Is the nroporty of Oscar Chandler or Hopcwell, St. Thomas. At the i.me til the tire it was unoccupied. 9 a.m^ to 3 p.m, was carried : KnUH { ,„ narruw mllld „ 1 lll(l ,,;,,, Another lire also of unknown v 5 t hers agreed with this hlIlk only |n lcrmj „, Cubs ()| CCurrad on Friday at resolution. Park Plantation, St. "* njajorlfy were of the opin... Joseph, and destroyed 5j acres of lon tne Elementary children could u/e may, iir-st crop and :; seres of third ol s,and U P to a 6-hour day In crop ripe cones. The damage is scho01 because this method was ii insurance. The canes ""t pvrn employed in Secondary t.pe of A. Cainer.ii In r irlisle.IK.i. *chools 12 Months For One Pair Shoes Nineteen year old Rupert Ellis S, ban Lane listened calmly I illWorship Mi. H. A, Talma yesterday ntorruni sentenced him 10 I] months' impiiaonmcnt with hard labour for stealing one pair i-oar : v a t Potick. Btk I IL Sfh Prtru^H Lou.-. Y.iChl Hw^ic, B*n Ad-iiM.,, s.h llsnuato. srti nviilaon. Yacht Mj... \i V. n>*r> W04 V.wl Siortrbcrkri. S. It s, U Sch Moiy M L*WU -s. h \'.: AKUVALS 1 I PANTTJl. JS COABt STATION CN# mid WirrlM. ,W t l.f,1 fun U>> can now com mi in kale w folio*,i* .hip. at aa Ihruufh lh b*oo. OHM Mattta SS Varontco, s.S. Phtloaophr StlvwttntJal. AS sUUMrln-. ^a-nrtaiwvia, S.S HunnrUl Maova. S H IVt JatMaW I s o^^liird. R S Elori.i. I i.U M.lfnuio. S S Bol.ii.lr 1 ngfuaj S S I iltSa Vl Har. Bmla, HI Abbvdjk. O.S Kaly, S.S M',?'"'''?: ^" K, "\ a 'Jthrouih S-outinn". For the hc L KI 9 U *' l, "" h • M 1 ""' advanture of Scoutinn l> a A "' d ' Oalaary, Bond street, LooI pintual adienluie. This game "~ „ ,if Seouting il Ihe adventure Tl "' Insh Tr ,n %  "alarool oum> which takai '••" ll '' Hurrj', t.me l .lute. aJoiif 'in road fwaa borad tratn aculad in which leads to Ota Hi''. .i BMndM I.in. Bt John's Wood An School, With whatever section %  >! th "I won :, seholarshlp lo the Hoyal ".'.it we us Scout, i :."i.v nf Paining In IM7 "reined, we must always ho held his lirst axhlbltion m '.lu li.it long view and ke.i, Wenheiin OaUtry, Ii lhat ultimate aim in niiiui. actinoducetl two books of dm. rm poUcj (Il and haa rlBca held esinhition. ai varj eas> 10 bOCODM Inn 1 th,Hedfern Gallerv. London. viiiniiiissHinerl to de~ eostumes for Robert is rather than o( Men.) Our Helpman's ballet "Hamlet" and ultimate aim is l u make good man |,te for Tchaikovsky's romantic passing, produce ,„,11^, lx ^ le5 CyjnH", good boys „, goo.1 ..oull, ,,. Krnus „ ^p^^n,^ by a n.,s to produce .,,,, I.,,,,,,,-,,,,,. „„ h ',,„ v ,. v .,,. It makes a good .I. ille.l K.illiiig Angel." Miss K,.,u, nee if we keep that am, always „„, ,.„,, fr|pm| „, lhf ar „ sl in mind. (1) It make, our Job illm5 hu hw WMk something really worthwhile „ lfri .,., fIom lna 0 fnnc (21 It help, us to face that feeln od|ikins ,„ ha htr drawing is ing of disappointment which nore exac t, althou.'h her colour Is alwayi comet when our boys | CM nch .,„,, w „ suo us. Miss (TOW up and "grow out .if OUI vraU s was born of n Bristol famIKirlicular section; when Wf haw 10 send our best Cub up int. the Scolds, ni :i really uaofll P.l. iato the Seniors. t3l It eve. lo iho Oroup -. vei. n of unity because throughout tat gents John'whha 'brown .hoes ""'"' ,i s "* "' ff— valued at 7.0. the property of '< the Scooter at any on c F Harrison & Co, Ltd l'C'lr •"*<•> w | "" Island Constable Sobers said he "'"" *" "' *" "nested Ellis about 9.50 on De training Ihe boy in its nun. 1 m. ro i 0 ur is pleaseember 31 on Hinks Street. He ixispoctlvc — as u ,.,, hl hlls a | g0 UM)1 ink to was carrying a pair of thi bog I pan ol '" ,,,.„ t h en the outline nf his llIhOM and aakad him if he had Jounwj im on llre | 1( k ,„ vl Kai travelled in i I hem. Ellis told him no. U* IM" • e. Spain and Frame He ha. Ellis had six previous convicstrtlcl* ,.i ..\hihiiions of his work in Hon.. vhc last one being on Juin UHnl whe Ii he fall I" l|~-d 10 London. Dublin and Manchester. .1 "hen he was sentenced to four months' imprisonment with hard labour for stealing one pair of shoes. For the COMFORT ol your POULTRY USB II l GEORGE PAYNES is GOOD COCOA ll> iiiul studied ;it Ml all idWOl m lhat cits and latar in Parti I'hel.m Glbb, she took up Itottery in her later life, but her pottary is of a more domestic ler than his. Cornish Water Colour* Two Cornish water colours with sailor* showing the influif sculpture are Ihe work of FINEPURE — SOLUBLE. IUIIKS r\ I In-. I.hi QUA. SinauuL (xSi&k ivatP I'M! V^ULUMilL He Spent Xmaa A way From Prison anaiTAlai I.. H H I : ''•"a TK1MUAD Mkhaal ttamdiii, Tnnoth\ H*adit-. oorouvv Morrli, Aillui. Hot Gltlena. IJUi.ni Sc.l. IJIJ Boon, Alvaro laij-. "^'*. Alrrado BWtan.i •. %  all. Gw-ri'.dultik CSM Hush Coxa. Paler Rav... *"". Klv.ia h *<• JAUAI. \ Mr John Paa|*. Un. tUm Gardiner %  Cyril Hunt*. Mr. AUrvd OtarSUvat %  %  • ANHODA. 'attnee OTMVH, Willimn Ctd '^•ii. MaiKNrt iinni, Howard Bmll) !*•"> Oanby. Barbat.. CaUaby. -.' RIIPITI DoUiivih. Mr. HsatOI *"Mia. Dmlrr la^cock. Ml '-"Vrock. M-laa *t.ufl Ttodd. Mr -• I •na Orean. Mia. Cymrna Qrarti. I*v "" %  %  Oraen. MrMabir : TAKING i: esuy in i rave Ir. i. ,: Warrens Plantation. St. •vis, 33-vpar-old Court n^y lllai Fish Kye. uho 8 At present he is living in Paris, vhere he is working under the utrnnage of the sculptor /jidkine. Itowland Suddaby'n water colours show great strength of modelling by the use of Juxtaposition of colours Morn in 1912. he IM at the Sheffield College of %  iiii %  mi i %  > %  rmta.ua—" Arl. and spent some years designHARBISON lm.r SS. I'lante. <£ „, m „ d h called at Barbados yesterday will. ,„ s[ „„,.,„„„ „ hib „i on al ,„, cargo from I,.ii.l..n .Vnlheiin Gallery in 1D34 Hh Vauxhall sali-.ns. a Morns < ixford Blloaa and 1 Citroen 15 ITO BE CONTINTFI) NEXT WEEK: Planter Brings Motor Cars ///,/./ IfOUl Hi-" IJ e r I',, ,/,/./ ana . MrI Vlvi Thr fiilkntina; panaarvfar* arrived from %  Mr Alien Ltach, Mr Orm\ Brown Mr Ahle>' Colter. Mlaa Shlrle> Colter. Mr Cecil Dealer. Mr* Maud Dexter. Maaa Germaine Ofagnon. Mn Been Mi Herbert Heinbe. • Holmaa. Mr Fred.uk Mr T,i mid. Mrt Maraarel Mr Derm id. Mr Omnium. Mn Dorothy Urmllluii. %  ?!,>, aitt*> a .a>. i i. j ^ ....^ ,. e.iped from -,,rlson on November *''"i u ,,„ r* %  # I WHEREAS . |wHBrrBA Ituiiiour Denied 1 y llanci in Britain, n-Sfll ei>iesente | NatioiMil Mr Tit .T: Sir.* Mr The Weather J Ru Hi f" Sets i-o %  * ruin j„i JjjptwiM .. "•TiaAT 5JW.1I iCoJrlngtonl r,il !" erai„i, Z*** Dir„i„„.. .( ,m r in ., aaBr IIBI MSSS .11 am) LaSBM ir.*. naaMiDA Mra VSepeth Brir, Mr O* Paa*ens*r leavlnc (or Canada h~ !


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1 SUND-W ADVOCATE DAY. JANlAliv | Publfiti^^^naAtfvocair Co. Lid., M BioM St Brldirlotvii Sunday. January 1, 1950 ""The Xew Tear TO-DAY is the day set apart lor the making of Rood resolutions, and tTtD Uwoflh acrae a* the rasolutfcmi tit doomed to ^ | )n ,,, UM holiday season v. I the practice cannot, on thii account, he condemned out of hand. It is a season of stock-takn^, and at least Met that an individual has pondered over his shon-comings and has decided to turn over a new leaf in the coming year is a sign that he is conscious of his faults and is ,-nmled to an entry on the credit side in the final record. So. also is it a time for Governments and Legislatures to take stock and to plan for tinfuture Here in Barbados there is urgent need for good resolutions and the preparation of a i lanned programme for the coming year. Action must take the place of a surfeit of aimless words; unending debates on technical details must give way to practical measures; and a definite ...tempi must be made to bring horn* to one and all the necessity to settle essentials before such delectable pastimes as "Back to Africa", "Christmas Bonus for Civil Servants". "Raincoats for Writ Servers" or "Nylons for Nurses'' can be thoroughly enjoyed. Above all the Legislature must guard against a failing that is all too prevalent in the present Labour Government*and the present Legislature. While everyone expects Legislators to be cautious yet tim,ilnv ciin be carried to excess and has in the past cost tins island dearly. Almost one hundred years ago Bridgetown VH on i he verge of having a deep water harbour. The plans and specifications were prepared, the I.eeislatmv debated the project at length, but nothing materialised. That plan remains in the %  rchiVH of the Secretariat Since then several othai deep water harbour plans have been prepared at great expense and Rlflarcd i similar fate. The public is Dntng to wonder whether the latest plan prepared by the same firm of United Kingdom Engineers who submitted the Oft] pi. HI. almost a century ago. is tO %  tte, 01 whether (he | | ent Government will decide at this .-< to put their fortunes to the test on thia OCca%  ton. Nothing bai bean lett to ehu thing that could be done to determine I ei the project is %  practical pn tion. and whether it is likely to be an eron iccef has been dune Blueprints have been made; estimates for two eitee have IH^'II prepared; and an offlcl il froii the Port4j|London Authority ias examined the economic factor. The pubii' i Qita action In the i bean a %  OCe while ll %  itura has turned ita attention to the Intricate problem oj hi %  £ iiard the Wi It bai ver pfa ui is> pneumonia oi rheumi The deep w.'tet harbour is by no means the only project left In the air. Oil exploration is awaiting the go-ahead signal Few i Leal report! have renew* oi] developmi nt in Bui hailos. It is believed that oil may be present in paying quantities at depths of nine thousand (eat, and the British Union Oil Coml>>-i at !i>n ith Trinidad LeaseCftntral Mining and Investn 1.united, is anxious to put the theory to the test by sinking deep They era awaiting the passing of the Oil Bill which was amended by the Legislative Council and is now before the Assenii.lv Diet iverj Oi Oil In paying quantities may revolutioniaa the whole ecomOMJ oi the (aland and it is for this reason that the entire community is keenly Intel eeted in the result of the bortnga which will begin as soon as the Assembly decides to pass the amended Bill The public is no less concerned about the future ' %  the potter) Induatry, A ceramic expert lias been U) this island He lias testbe clays of Barbados. He is satisfied that i: able for pottery manufacture He has manufactured pottery successfully in a pilot plant using natural gas as Olll III AIM IIS SAY: '.he fuel for the oven*. The Government has been assured Ihal [here arc adequate supip fuel lo last lor many years and that attractive pottery, which will And an easy saleable market, can be manufactured in thus island. Vet, the Government holds hack. N in the clay am: ;he natural gas on an ale has yet materialised and there seems every likelihood that the old potter*! wheel at Chalky Mount will continue to reign tupfi The same indecision and uncertainty is ir. evidence in dealing with health matters. Plans and counter-plans have been prepared for a new hospital and discarded. Sites are suggested and purchased and then it the eleventh hour some imaginary flaw is discovered and new sites are obtained only to suffer the same fate. After circling the island the industrious explorers for a be a new hospital have come to roost on the old site in Jemmott's Lane and at the pi sent moment the Advisory Committee are as busy as a hive of bees examining plans for remodelling the hospital to meet 1 resent needs. Frankly the public has little faith in the cjtcome of the present activity. They h ive become despondent. They have reach.. il was two l\ist bowltie, Burton and Woods--the former having tin• ll l s nii a sln | WO on two occasions— who put the West Indies on the map and Laid "" fovndattOUl for the spertri.performance of i-i.iiH i-.. John and Conatantlne twmty-thuv years >''•"> %  l ll< i % %  St.ti; uiih when thQ almost I netanrt*a stalwarts. This >c..i in England, the West Indies will undergo their severest teat. They will be called upon to show that they have overcome all the I..11IU of lift, years ago when bad I idgment in runoing between the wickeU. alternate brilli.nu, and d t p ahOd in'Mlng. and unaccountable baiting eullupaN were severe handicaps. The) have had four further experiences of assaW I but the. are fU to win a test matth in the mo. tit r On West Indian wicket* the. .an hold their own with any team, but iheir position m .. oattea table of the cricketing aountrin ill depend on their ability this summer to adapt themselves to English conditions. WeM Indian-; arc l 01 that the team—now in the process of selection—led by John Goddard will be able to damonstrata conclusively that they have learnt their lesson and can meet England un English wickets on even terms HB Wt should lil/oii say you're right. Which is it? Well. I'm right of left. O. So you're right oj lef. artyou'' Yes. And left of right And you're left of riyhr. too? That's right Are you ft,my to be funny? No Why.' Wften I said you're i>/t o/ nyhr. you said (hal's riyht. What do you Utink Mfl are" -4 couple of eroutalU corricdiaiu? No 1 was only trying to say it is riKht that I am left of right. It Is also right that 1 am right of left. If you're not trytny to be /tinny. u< you knou' what I think you ar. ? Ne You're balmy. I beg your pardon? Halmy. screuiey. loopy, nufs, %  'in leers, (ropd-niuht. In an action for the recovery of stelae aheap, i>efore the (;i-,-. '.--',',',v,',v-v,v,ygers on the door bell If %„u didnt give them monev inev threw bottles through vour window." "Whaf happened to them?" "When lha grew up they were painlessly destroyed by the great Leader" —London Express Service. Wattl Intli* s >lusi II, Made I>OIIOIII it-ally ttelf-Suppoi fin.. Till" AlillH-atP eitiercal. It may •a false Impression in Engand as to our craving Until art succeeded in encouraging erecting in.: would give to us bargaining gth; unUl these Island.. Intoned and ease to produce an abu: Ihlng wltb DO congpi n they will always remain 'vllh but a few ..i %  crs. if we are to en) Independence tonic which n Lcroiiej down our Ihl us Oiat bava tcoaomlc inJcpendence which cannot be stable "l yearly grants and ten ifienrea with reslrlcUo .. to trade with our t'onor Let the Colonial Development' Corporation do IOJSM M-nMble spending ka and stop hanging bread on a cord out of our reaches Lei England make us a credit of half dozen ships Let UM Hriti.h Government apply for a loan and grant from thr USA, Marshall Aid Fund for us and stop their own grants. Your editorial stated inter alia: 'The real difference between the two polities (meaning Aimn,.,:. 'II seems to be that after i of tutelage. Ihe West Indies people will IKexpected to their own l<'t re probabl' right, but I find • inn -iiliniiallly anj inched to this tutelage • in In spending, dressI housing etc.. cut with lining real "'g-tas lo expect generous dlariIngs out from Uncle Sam's pocket • hub appears to be Ike prospect -•i.e Vngm Islands of the I itle.1 Slates tinlv your leader itei would say this — althouih iinliU net in agreement — for is also aiming lo have %  mis self-supporting, but while and during this process the people in ,-h healthy aids, to live as human beings. Who Ha) l.t,'I that Eiial.tt I is spoon feeding us — and for ill he years with an unsweelentxl gruel? Who can deny thai had England in her prosperity emSM for ber olonlal people* with my slight 10 those which Am• .-shlng that we W .t Indians — would have been Ihe ... ui people seem lo Ihjnk thai the f 15.000.000 the V. • are it. receive—of srkl has already been spent—Is respoo'lie slight lm| :i our standard of living. Thia It took j w.u out ataadard of living tha expense „i •nil war ll "If < !" a and Ova Amei all home again out tj is nol far from what it was n IMS It Is not now expected that Britain can spoon feed us like America but she can see to it that our islands become self-supporting n.l slop the trade racket whirl, she has so long used. Let us have our economic freedom and if Br'l•iin cannot give it. then let Amrl.a do so. but not the VH O. I V.B. Prolprliun on Ihe Koaih To The Editor, The Advocate SIR.-Tha report of a case In which a Magisterial sentence of Msetve month,' imprisonment _as confirmed by the Judges of the Assistant Court of Appeal on Friday shows thai tli,,,. L need tor caution and reatrictlon m the use of motor vehicles in this Island. Tw-o men were sentenced foi the larceny of a sheep and the ear conftacated. I do no eithcT o> statement or implication •ccuaa Ihe owner of the car nf "rang concerned In this deal His cat might have been Innocantly eagatgeaf but in l lie end he Is the The point I would like to make .. that two men each of had previous conviction-. lot theft could with such ease secure the vehicle used to conic, the sheep from the countrv districts to the City. There Is an aspect of thi matur which i ti.mk deserves "reful study. Ii is the ease with which people can get the use of motor vehicles today. Strangers from any country can comeTiero and as long as they show proflthe handling of a motor vehicle or show some son of license they can drive a car *' any Urn* any place in this Island. Thia practice opens nsell to grave dangers Within recent months many of the accnl. Iras island (and there have been well over five hundred in 1MH have had self driven hired cars Implicated. The figures from lha Iran* tsepartment of would be Interesting II that some protection be afordec to road users against people whi> have not always People who use cars ir iheir daily calling are called upon lo pay high price, for then and aa there, la no corcveuutory dos. the need for this is all the more ncees. • SAFETY FIRST 11,-allh llnbil, To The Editor. The M dlH, It has taken ;, ,.,,.,, Commiss.on,, vinccj the public thai should be lake,, u, ,h,. prcpara lata T2 d ."""""'I "' food fo, 1, V" "* "" *"uon u the removal of hawkers from the side of gutter, "*""" Let me add that this practic, has been going on for sear, ,' iaSo m, should lead the I'htef M„,„„ which call for h from peo,... ••ilhin my that a .„m.n wh and sous, eaSlliyS when she loo so. HEALTH, Our Entire Organization JOiyS /A A WHOLEHEARTED WISH won row HAPPY HOLIDAY A.\D MAY YOUR SVUy DREAM HE REALISED Bl THE &Cew ^ear. DA COSTA a CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. :> -'-'•'--•^v-'.v>^-.^-.-,v^..^.....,..,....,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,., v ,.^^ WE WISH \LL IN 1950 i\< nsmttmn mm IHIIMill. BE won BltOYAMU arm i UGVLAM si /•/>/.) OF jGODDARD'S WBKIII, RUM -'-•-nillfiM M *>.>.<.<.vs^.< MtA ,,.. VM ^ v s,s A ,,-*'*



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PACK TEN li .l>\ I if \\ I SUNDAY, i IM illy | ,, a REVIEW OF THE VEAII: Year of Economic Difficulties Has Sobering Effect To call IM9 a year of crises of Britain, and the programme ol would suggest that preceding Miporls from dollar areas, years since 1945 were free of Although Mill enjoying a narkMaae. Of course, they were not. ed. though reduce*) favour af bywhti Treasurer of • i-(I, the crises of the past foul elections, the Government have the Middle Temple, officiated at yean, have been so numerous an not been fortunate this year, (he reopening ceremony of the to numb the sensitivity of the pubStrikes have proved a serious emaiMlaal Middle Temple Hall reli* It has been difhcult to gel barrassment. The year opened stored after war damage. Hit certain types of men to believe wilt, thirty thousand bus drivers Majesty honoured the heroes of that there would be anything seristriking for time-and-a-half pay ouily wrong with the state of the for Saturday afternoon work. A country so long as the wage packet 5equence of strikes in the London maintained its plumpness. docks began in April, and reached The year now ending, however, a grave climax -in July with a ho* wrought a change Its distincstrike lasting twenty-four day* tive feature has been its sobering and involving sixteen thousand CciVCd the Western Europe Chiefseffect. The wage packet has redockers. Troops had to be used of-Staffs arriving in London for tamed its plumpness, but there has to clear cargoes of s< me food ships, consultations; and, with the Queen, been an increasing awareness that The Government ivused a State \,.,ied Edinburgh for Hsgni IN purchasing power was falling: of Emergency to be declared by tival of all the arts. The Ascot ui put another way, that the cost Royal Proclamation. race meeting restored to its preOf living was rising. Side by side "Go Slow." and "Work to Rule" A'lth QMS development ''.ere has measures by railwayman brought Deen a_growing realisation that a serious threat to summer rail wages were not to be permitted to traffic, and culminated in the Npiifue rising prices: that if the tional Union of Railwaymen apwnge packet would no longer pealing directly to the Prime Mmcover expenses, some expenses ister to intervene to prevent .1 Would have to be cut. possible national railway itoppasjr Early In the year then. ere That event was fortunately averl%  rhethor the "wage f: would be made really effective remained to be settled, and still duous in their discharge of public Unions continued to (lie claimfoi remain Strikes in Lancashire ad duties. They had a particularly advancer and negotiations ere Yorkshire collieries were also warm welcome in Edinburgh for am But ai the months went among labour troubles which the festival. Lancashire, York. ,eai that the Govproved costly *hire, the Channel Islands, and Ireland were visited by the Royal Tribunal Set I'p couple. They attended the Royal Agricultural Show at Shrewsbury. An event happily rare in British i„ (he autumn the Duke of Edinpubhc life was the setting up of a burgh left to take up hli Naval *" duties at Malta, and Princess EliKv Hnoii'.i H.M.S Amethyst who had gallan:K beaten 1 fl attacks by Communn' forces in China and brought then ship through a menacing situation. The Sovereign presentto the Irish Guards *>ar glamour had the presence of the King and Queen on three days. His Majesty had a great ovation when his horse Avila won the Coronation Stakes. K-*n On Public Interest .\\\Jii/* %  montha for contempt of court, and £ 10.000 was imposed on the pro:per. Biias the trial revealed, Haigh confessed to the murder of no fewer %  A %  %  111 'Whitei'JJ. Sir Nicholson famous por;i and Professor Laurie noted for his reaeareri and achievement%  %  parsons. In What :->the preservation of old maslt:... claimed to be "dream mad:., r Frederick Ogilvi, Fi\r Drowned could not retreat from policy of a wages' ceilinn luctantly, Ihe Unions .laclcd thai the government must be supported. Two events have helped to bring Tribunal to investigate allegation home econom a Budget extreme. • ment would like to make in a preen, m the autumn. l %  the Board Of tame the dr-valuation of the T " d ? '">" his_office and hjs It was announced in Jum Princess Elizabeth and the Duke Hugin ndV Manor, famous hone ed, but thorny points of difference of Edinburgh have been most awiot t>,„aeli. had been handed over to the "National Trust. Field Marshal Montgomery spoke at the D-Day memorial service held In the British cemetery at RanvilW The cross channel steamer Psincrst Ait rid struck a mine in Ihe channel and was submeud r of the crew were drowned, but all passengers mostly B were safely landed. irnvided material Lind in the type of crime fiction presented in books and films to n public which has an polite for siKh fare, but which, nt the same l the alarming growth of crime. %  theft is a conseOf unemployment and poverty I convictiw during 1 period of abundant employment There were several large rob%  A moonlight raid on a Hungerford man toe family resulted In the thieves getting away a 000-worth of jewellery; only a fortnight later a gang of "dinner bOOk L IH.000 worth .nrt jewellery from '.he home of :i racehorse owner. In one London case a bank to have been defrauded of %  Trri.-rt" Crime pound, with an immediate increase in the price of bread, and the ol further rises in the tost of living within ii few months %  of bread up; the value U down and wage* iTW complex economic causes of these unpleasant hapis.ni not be generally understood, but those three stark %  : % %  . !•' that something urai seriously amiss. As the year ended. Mi Maurice Web.. Ml'. Chairman of the Parliamentary Lat> summed it all Ufl "This is something worse lhan I kp of Parliament, arid the resignation of a Labour nominee as a Dlractoi of the Bank of England A further I sequel was the escape to Israel at I chief witness of the Inquiry ami r#en summoned to appear at Bow Strae' magistrates alleged bankruptcy ^ ,„ h(1 ngratulations from all parts of the Empire, made a long Continental tour during the jrasjr awry attended the cenLonS of the Bedlord Colleen for Women of which %  he li Patronesa Another notable %  I' she undertook was the reopening Nrvlci of the historic old church at All-Hallowsby-the-Tower whuh was damagI'OLllI
.il. was married to acted contrary to Government Miss Marion Stein The policy on the Ireland I I. On born bride was a concert plants! It is a fundamental ofhnr Uswaa the Government lost The Raj maladjustment in our %  rhoM ,l '% %  Pport of two Soeiallsl M.P*s ia tron of music __. %  ,__ •. .ml .in*. U UB 1. I.. 1*1 discrimination marched from the Mansion Hi to si Paul's' to corns* And Vikings landed in Engla id again; they came in tin ship Htim. and and m:iii\ The RavQiv est merchant ship bulll Tvnr itacc the war, went to in August. Mr Pntrii %  : ad M00 l hrs. 3 mins., there up an endurance raeof Mi Churcl ill was honoured %  1 of Strasbourg fur Ins Wl < ity The religious world a %  I %  "Perfeci r to counsel, a young %  %  N cunning %  %  1 one most su. %  ly ipl to qu b | njeUmes | ol the B.B.C -. I'tnguished aduonttonJ Smythe was Known for his gre it nounf medicine •• lost Sii R, Robertson; grt and Sir Maurice Cassidy both Royal Eminent churchmen who hiive died lnclud< bishop Amigo. who rec is )ubtlec ., Holy '• %  his long < %  : vice as Rom;iBishop of Southwark, the Dean ol, Lincoln, and Lord Daryington w' 0 had been a great figure m Anglic HI mission and propagan'i 1 mganisntlons. Commerce lost Lord Leverhuim" who had rendered signal generous to education ad Obi Ma 1 %  I who had many big li terests. and ha nterial office, and Mr. A. V U 1 in the aircraft Inrtu had In the:r %  nation. There a %  ..I making him u of Honour. Dame ::. left fragrant U n 1 Wallj %  itfarcc and owner I 1 G r .V f irn t B< %  II.'!!, r. and PlrUi %  eronomic system It is going **n<* one paar—Mr. Ivor Thomas to take many long years of M >*• nd Mr. A. Edwards. M.P and since his by report* of the arrival in !> %  : l lias written much on don of fragments of o effort to correct." With that diagnosis there would be a large measure of agreement amona all Parties, though there %  %  leaving the Socialist benches for v.itiv. Party and I*rd Milverton transferred his allegl.ince to ihe Liberal* Late in uie year Ihe Government's catalogue of misfortunes \ lluw Year a extended bv ihe admission of heavy losses on the African Parliament is concernground-ruts schema and on the ed. the year has been one of the first year's administration of the % % %  ith.n living memoi> Following immediately upon a Government majority of 90 on its PaletUjii' policy came the British *> tseio recognition of the Israeli Government Soon afterwards Parliament (BV e a second reading to the National Theatre Bill which projects ;, State theatre as a par) of the larger scheme of the Festival of Britain 1051, on ni %  irosrimatab 10 inlUloni arito I*' IMDt, with • gjgProval ol the Opposition, secured in levanxious days by the fcriiamentan tk U |fa n, 1, n Morrison %  %  %  for the restoration of the light of 10 introdui 1 lid. Into the Commons, but the Iron and Steel Hill bu been met throughout the year with uncomn a constant autiaty. Early in the vein there were supi > 1 foi l'J21.OU0.tMKi including flit) -eight millions for the National Health s nrtoa, and ilftyt*o millions more for the Minifrood. The Budget presented by Sir Staflom tiipp* had to account the furmidable delicii on %  %  nut of no less lhan £423 millions for the sterling area The Chancellor bud tu tell OCA eminent %  upoortara candidly that ho spoke .ixal.on while the < ial services was rising rapidh appraelntad to the full %  could no) %  .ike and eat It, But in Otnatai for gjvoi lions atiunah/ed railways. ""• miaOmm nw tarrlMj %  ipen.i.r prohably worki •ml .11 ahoui .'.. 1J. ,i MS*.' I 1 l Mutual music first brought bride and bridegroom togeth. MM King %  n and the Pftnceatc were at the wedding M North Ac %  pactaUj cornpoatd foi the occaEllis %  h I kburgh had %  and the l -1 ml popular TI by her (harm and her Some Highlights of The Year scrolls p re-da ting existing records Tsfe> I found in a cave by the Ih id Sea. The lariji I In the world, "Brabuorj 1 her maiden flight in S> Piime Minister Attlee had an underwater crtll • in a new type subman::' Dutch and Belgian 1 joined the B A I large-sea!" Britain. Koyal t'oininissiniiv Ke : Kecalling the mghhgh %ear from month to month, the iinei yuceii Mart went aground off the French coast in the torlleh ushered in the New Ve:ir. but the same waafc the H 14,000 Ion Untr Canmia, largest built since the war, started on her successful nuslden myrie Dai House became Hutehinaon House m Fclmiary and the |" 1 nt a Natloi Of British Sports and I'astimes in Oulldhall before a brilliant Ajlglo-Dut Mr. Winston Chi.; the (li< tius Medal for distinguished to international and international law. One unprecedented event 1 %  its Its own dlsUnctW* I publication of the RepOl Royal Commission on U After two vi-ai c.f in'. 1 the Commission pronounced I Brttlah Pi tiun," ami "inferior to none 1 %  ddarnd however that .1 fictent in the pra I %  was capable of In pi rrtide suggestions wbaffl weaknesses might resnndltd The Report d mart) ml itaout v 1 %  i'i. reeted several rs mn peace efTOI %  I Immoral g that thai Pb would n 1 ickad rinful.'' %  %  • the war, %  s due to evacuambed %  1 takj ; families, %  M dlapiica %  %  %  helped ij bring : by which th< %  %  A f*T %  trlttsf UM counti 20 fl. OMI in 43 day*. RHEUMATISM and agonising BACKACHE GONE! OMttwr} ;ul political event lie raeognltloa b> %  lleriin An Lift, and the consequant attandonrnaot of tha Russian polU > o| trj UUJ U) 'li ive her Allies nut of the (irrman capital by u Of blockading the cltj at.amst surfitcc liaiikport from the W*t The feat of keeping the cil> %  uppUad by air throughout the winter was a tremendous achieve and lh> 1 iiang* of HUpss of gratitude from Kn Germany to tha British when the rsmorl la I KM landing of a British aircraft at with the I iterlm commuted delivery ut the Oreo! Britain Much ol millionth ton of food and freight %  airlift began 1 %  1 ftntoui llbrarj of O itandina the 1 1 the fact %  %  0 m.v i I In the small of ray h. ,i *' V r -. 1 bottl. Obstinate eompiainli rJiavcd by NRUSCHEN rheumatlam u atari itod ... parlenoa • years ago 1 bi oomatlain id shoulde: Mareh w* damaged by fln Arctic Expedition ittentlon should I 1 r4slatioi Politics Ai-ain %  %  ... eni and in %  1 oramons ... %  ir by ins 11 U) the R %  Ol I, N..\.il ichit axpaeUtloo in Arctt attitude which II broucHl about, waters testing >pucial •quipmeut greatb I um pi 1 the tension Royal Activities 1 1 the yeai have bssn eoncarnad with tha Royal House whose pupulani. %  lib tha nation 1alway %  it time* when poUtsi M vide the njlion. thus amp) Ai ihl tuna UM ChesjareUor had a "e tha value of a monarr' %  E i*sed to devalue sterling li refore came as the greater MtJW) Troubles: labour 1311 r- ( ments in cond Old Mr. Churchill was in Boston In April %  ne last Oft) htskork >ears and uttered a solemn warn* nit; fupsihri tha dniatar and maUgnant poUc) of tha tha K.enilin" Ui,i Heith bs> 1 .nrman o| the new ntm Ftnanea Corporu1 Board of Trade auspices the King wall 1 nonweaUh inch sat A.-the dose, politics and nation uiuiK %  ra was much tl h reeral elect..-i .1 period ol thirty ym r.d elections ban Ea %  late autumn, and parti • ol j findiiiii thai "' the : %  lanctlon drastic mag econornj would have had a go d loraUpi %  01 starllni Bui decided othei i ty about the dale ..t | im.l that I „„i a little 1 nniilinu n my paina li.. 'ii that day I.., %  tlel renllv surprised me." TR Rheumatic pains and backache SI George. Eminent ''"''t-J-ud -poisons which lazy 1 faiMn? T5 d S£ -n.r all ihe i„.o"„., U.rd ni Api., imull. ihem lo norf.d Lord Du Preq. %  l.,„,l whleta is ilwaya tlool from ,,,. ,,t The PM| of llukm*, UlniM l-"'l.... Hi.' l*rnt>-iiKh!h hui .. early in tht year, and of the potls "> Induirtrlea Fair opened in m bus. •rraylnl Ihtn poneine.it of Ins Australian lour, l -ndon and Biriiimgliain with a lialtle evoked many manifestationol i.'.orct number of cxhihllon ... As .11 the period alter 11)18 Bank, and the Stork Exchange deep sympathy, and there was a "Jay That month brought :, influence of a great closed foi a day. ThereafUr the great popular welcome fo. the y ''" h Ambassador to Broadcaaisnon.,c .o.u^uence. began to King, wlvsn. ,n June, he mad. Ml l>H House, prssartnol a l.pest.j low. ikfm.n.1 allrnl.on The Governappearance at the Kmj. Bull %  I IKh GoWn,., 1 of review, his rtrst ceremonial enmem 1.1 recognln. I "thl help "f tin suirsWn ,.( the shock when Ihe Government announ.-ed devaluation t w month, later and ment had lo face the grim t. deciding on economics Mi gagemciit-ru-i a u. nig ill Churchill piomtsed support for all SO exceptional operation rsoasures which tha Opposition The King uiaugursled Colonial could accepl as being demorutrabMonth m a ceremony al the ly ill the national interest, bul the Church House. Wcstminstei On .1 whole was not satisfied ihe Can taiga Dominion Dsy Then Ihe programme ultimately Majesties want to Wesl: and comfort London radio offered BJ resson of onginallt. i' : • K.. '''" *•" l !" ,h d "i" " down in ||M 1 Nottingham attained the lot] ..I crlata The trial of J, full status of ,. OaorgN Halgh fo. the killp u ,,? 'll ,0 "" u,d broken by M. Mrs Oluc Durant Deacon ii, Neville Duk. were those from closed a sUrthng use of scmtl produce., „; tfi %  .ovein.iVenlTim' AblSTi iSg^irrk. TSXSS iSSZ "lUM SSJlftlLX *EF*F& O„ Ing at economies of £250,000.000 Club had pre., ..,,,1 men who fell ,„ th* war c,c murder f.„ a. mJ'^nd "cT ""fSr ,Wi £ u \ '• l "'"'''" Tliei, Man-.'i.us. .ommemor.ted h. thrie \^ '' ^ • ill* and other la.ld.na. school ,n memory of the Canadk u wh the RovalArtilvf meal. Food M.mstr, .Jmw ,n the wa, Hid Parkt Dream \ladn-s. lion the much-dlscuwd Fe.liv.. A memo, able legal occasion was .... veiled b> Prime,, Ellz.i, !" '''"!.". among man. 0 airii sir Walur li 1. gren. Intajnlns ,, K list Imperial W... [ormed unique service to those who fell I irl .,1 Imlral So,,.,. W,„,a,n. ,,. ..-Hi roll „. fl v.e„ H r Mn ii.iiii,, St M Itsto authors. Dr. 1 the essoyis ,. %  ,... Sir Malcolm 'I %  -i Hammerton. %  on of the ... B "as financial ad 1 man. 1 murdered I.. tied to break I 'liv action and (hag restores freshness and vigour. A" Chemists and stores s>l'. Kruscbeo. BOB MARTIN'S^ world famous, preparations FOR IIGGS COSOIIHI" I'OHWHs W0RH MESICINfS • DISISMf-Eg rOHDERg FIT UO HSICI TaKETS • t2 ClaTHEIT • CANKER tOTION • CANNER MWDER gLOOM SHaMPr? CHALK RLOCK • CLEAaSflia rOWOEB AKTIHATE INSECT POWDER %  riu'vr it—fUHUt DDT AND CATS 'TIBS' CAT poantti The prsaar.-i 11 er Itp ^ mirtisa r art ate* m+ tar Puts. D. MF.YERS a CO. LTD. PO BOX 171, BBrDnETOwil D in Mo strike remember Phensic Wise is the sufferer from headache or nerve psio who keeps a supply of Phensic! In a mailer ol' minutes ihe wor i of pains give way to Phensic and as the pain lessens, you fee! lit and cheerful, ready again for work or play, h is good to know iliai fan can always tan da Uef of Phensic. Be prepared for headache, keep a supply of Phensic handy. /JusttahtS Tablets* Phensic %  FROM %  NtRVE for wiick. solo relief HEtOACHES. RHEUMxTIC PAINS, LUMBICO, PAINS. NEURALGIA, INFLUENZA, COLD. I CHILLS WILLIAM FOGARTY LID. Inc Br. Guiana "We ft4tcriti i i )><-k BC hMd tsS kbova • -M ot WMU. r M : B rr. tr •. Wf t>lMp. % %  • ml DI, 1 •••*&. lmli. w L.J— F"wViftiSma S : '•'irt. jour Ufa % %  1 ; i i' %  i I %  (. %  • i %  %  %  "• TI> rr flrt 4OM t I I-i*uurt avm TOST eMmlit tixUt in thf \ 'he Mason. ofnUl •I N t( >• B. UnviU I.HMil.,, ., %  sapir i,,.sg* "mHnmmmmmmmmkimiS EXTEND TO THEIR CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A NEW YEAR OF PROSPERITY %  Jcc Sill Ills' I 1 at Ti if. fflflfffff(KRfism;(9in{aiaiffaaifi*^



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-isl.U. JAM UH !U The Commonwealth Develops A Collective Foreign Policy Article — 1 The Treaty With Japan Hy Hut id Tfin pitIKOIMI is LONDON. DM is tired of the burden. A These are B uriM il two former Security for War. Mr. articles reviewing Uie work !{,,y..ll. blurted out the truth a before the t uiiimoiiwi Ill ,g 0 that occupation ol Japan Ferricn Minister* when they is ifUliUrily wasteful and does inert -i • i.iittrrnce HI not ill into United States Pacific January that ihr wrilrr reStrategy. The policy planners, he gards a very signilicont lor indicated, must think of a way to ibe Common wealth'! future, withdraw. So the problem of the WHEN the Foreign Ministers of Japanese Peace Treaty is pushed t commonwealth meet in very forcibly in front of the Comlonbo in Januai up monwealth Foreign Ministers. %  dlfcusalon on the Japanese %  pact T n % %  %  %  '-nd crossSelf (.ovemment "5Sth mat will rufe '" 'a* J np""" %  m iwo SUNDAY ADM i, I'A... By OrW_ II. Intfe Former Dean of Sf. Paul's I HtC MAP ifaOWl Japan in relation to Asia and her Common wertlth ^n^ich morcVum'ci/' :ur P">ts'oi . wtthto "the ^-Khbours. The shaded area indicates territory that the Japanese Previous cOOlertOCa OH tt CmpmmUk towards the ecosucceeded in capturing at the point of their furthest advance subject much more tbeo"j^ p £ !" !" '^i^ll^I.'i Uie event STrc,r >K pressure comes *rom both Labour and Conserva'.ive M.P's the last war. _jcal and further fn ~ AdT in hoi that with '"-'ween Japanese and Western !" ,^,J?. L lhc fu ,! urc '" h15 ''"'"' Tnc "*--ol ,he Murma SfSumcc ^Pcacfxrcav industry. This is common""for" %£"2? ^J** J""!?" "" C mp n> were "">"*. '" E„ g the Soviet Union. After '"be nude between, on the one mem was "ownership and !" SSlT .,"Son? SET 1 |S bed an „" !" '„ 1 I pr .'' : ', co .?"^ mlon n ' '"' ' the means „( producUon." Un.ted Ktnadom Gmerament "^IT-aty had been achieved noceMarily unfair", due to the But recently there has crowd i*ar,nreV^SbUitv for om k,, |,alv BUI Itnc then the low price ot Japanese labour and. the face 01 this Burmew Govpensation to slur 'holders nd ChitMM Communist _ !" .•*._*• dumping of ; rnment a look of remorse, pernot accounting IS, •"The rh, •Mere rtorv as altered tha pattern in Japanese goods caused by the haps a touch of pleading, towards meat Government. This has been %  fir East .nd entirely dotpre-war prattler of ptortdlna U cap.toh.t. exploiting world .-eo..ed m Mr. AtUeeKaSE export bonuses to Japanese in recently denounced. Industries statement that £10.000,000 woulJ Grinding the face of the -xpropriatjd. including the Irbe dwtr.buted between various poor was Japans pre-war radpa -oddy Flotilla Company, with coropantea seeking compenaaUon. .rmament. American ad[*"" 'narxist fervour soon alter Tin position ol the Irrawaddy ministration has brought proper tnc astrological I y determined Flotilla Company is different. It labour standards — wages and x lll) ration of "independence" was expropriated by the Burfactory conditions. Insisting on ;ue ow wing offered a modmese Government, led into office their continuance bv incorporating ( e ^n-Pensauon. And on the b) H Aung San. in that Govlause in lhc Trentv II B -angufnc f rc ngln of thls "*?* generosity— emmtot't early, marxist phase, with money *** -** %  .—— — Kred lhc hop* on which the Canrra solution of the Japanese I.. ,'K'1. im p osj ri ble hhen ull ; i couoi iiui Russia [the Foui I ..uioti oi Trcaly t the Treitt arui 'rusting approach to the prob.J'' n irwn i...„ fk. „.C„„^_*^. „i,._ ""' HurmesLGovernment is jitical move \ be concluded by all major lam. Tn* other pnicflce. callea 'dumping". Is contrary In th parties '"'"i" 1 "* ;. '% mir ,J inP .ifp... b.i ihM Vtonlrl charter ol the International Trade U Organisation to which Japan might be required to subscribe. to be borrowed— As originally announced, this poGovernme— seeking to |>ersuade other liudc Holland and Fia g^ia, u a Pacaflc tountryat Conn' i by Washington panics that Capital Burma is secure. Bui such a harsh description of the Burma Government is unjust. It pays no account of the under-publicised fact tiiat BurScrond Point nf View But there la a second Common.. diplomat, thought that the wealth point of view. Qkaap subjec'ted *W "Sw at KmHltB J"P-e goods are, in the short Thi j wr J J a !" nna !" ; TXnierican point of ,u-*• |*nn ^uasaet to India perhaps Sir UuLn nTe ^' no ^n ing Japan. In a aaOM there even Pakistan, and certainly the fact run tar bevond the irrasome truth in that as the t-ountnea of South-East Asia, waddy, British Government dia was critical of MacArthur'a J nt:y lower the cost of living in not hand over, to U Aung San e policy in Japan, which the East, below that possible il a going concern. Britain, not ied to be excluding British those countries are compelled to lold of thJj post-war eh, |be>s, and Hie Padflc dommhuy from high-cost producers— demns Thakin Nu too 4 Australia and New Zealand especially their textiles from The two rival elements, facing Burmese problem Then I greater anxiety than the I^casnlre. this Government in Burma are two factors. One is geographical %  s concerning security As Mr. Mayhew, Underthe Communists and the KiThe security ol Burma India a ed Japanese aggresSecretary for Foreign Affairs nnM The so-caUed Communlsis and Pakistan have to be'eonsidnother nencration. At remarked to an M.P. questioning was an expropriation—with no mention of cominvested In pensation. Since then less marxist counsels have prevailed. The valuation set on their assets by the Irrawaddy Company has never been offered by the Burma Gov—, %  > % % %  u* aU r\"•" *• Bt there have been .. since the war, has never been s lron *, %  "" P*7*< tem reports— m denied, it should be raid—that Burma has converted an offer of "25 per cent compensation" in Burmese shares—that Is blocked assets—into an offer of uble that size in sterling. The Commonwealth Foreign conMinisters should, and surely ^adily. wU|, i&f a w ider view of the confused mixture. There Colombo Conference some of him on this point' recently^ JJJ cw deotrinaire Russian same opinions will probably "Certain countries are more inlr ained marxlsl s -• indeed more axpressed and developed. But. terested in Japan as a source ol '', J h ^ are in ., the ,. Government Ft from the victory of Comsupply than as a competitor in f '„* TS* *"** B i nd u rou P s dst China, .tnother event has trade/' follow l hr own Thakin. who red the pattern of discussion. la, Pakistan and Ceylon will be The attitude ol Australia and side. folio. was, in the wartime resistance id bargaining with the Japanese i as one. The other is econcnie. South-East Asia will i.ot be place on a sound footing until Burma exports, again, a large surplus of its rice crop in order to lower the high cost ol living ol the whole area. New Zealand is uncertain. On ,J ", ,n intellectual and aesthetic The geographical factor—"a "So^rnlmT fcrSTS^ ST-? I—**! S £&£ *?T *\2*S C '^JT^^^'J^ *nt .. an Commonwealth : us p l, ; lous icy towards Japan have ged and become more comTwo Threats now \\\u ii Ihe CoflUM In the Kai it was %  ..lb Japan deal with Japan's own Item %  f .onceasions that lcadln _8 ; as Aung San did, the conclusion that although Burma. tough elements of Burma. PerU not a member of the Comsonal rivalry, distrust, dacoity monwealth, she should be re%  •"' i' 11 %  from the point of view u( are the principal elements in defence, nnd when eligibility for Burmese politics. Confusion faces .ertniri forms of assistance is m the observer. The Karens, who .onsidered. as if she were a And t,ontro1 ,arKC VUU, won grati(v !" monwealth country. Thia is tude and respect from the Allied an attitude that. I believe, India in Burma—largely besupports most stronglv and which cause Buy Acre willing to aid M very acceptable to Pakistan parr.chuted saboteurs as a means .md Ceylon. %  f harming the collaborate Kire Distribution would make Japan more powerful. On the other hand restricting Japanese exports and consequently reducing her wealth, would certainly force Japanese people to emigrate en masse towards South-East Asia, that Australia finds even more alarming. Australia is more likely to ask for the strongest 'anti-militarism clauses" in tru 1 .u p !" y .", "tumant Buiroaaa. The British Coosarra( that Japan should be allowed an ., ve c i rc ] e Id take arm v ,n ord r ^ defend herself th at have ana to 6X''"' dtnbution .f rice i: large proportion ol tho against Communism will not appress their demands for inde;"" ,h l ?* 1 Asia to S H U ch ouc petulrncr. are now alarmed to Bnd the Karena tenduig towards alliance with the "Communist" —as the obvious and nearby "anti-Rangoon" allies. ,. peal to Australasia. Any Japanese kit lhc l,m >' i5 dangerous Confi cons threats; one is thi Soaununism — or Rus the other is that Japanese will bo drivi ttUtioti praaaun to another The Problem Of Burma Officially Burma does not apNo Improve.m'iit> na nnd PW , n the; agenda of the Forare now both most pit bo ma p '! i: %  Is probably now it will prob., I Bui Japanese potenti' aggressor will not be it for many years. She needs laa. pUnaa, She indeed, at present, only curity of the Indian Ocean area. Burma is patently a weak link in the chain of countries nounding the Indian Ocean. indeed at present, only a Discussion, probably informally. STS^tit Banal industrial cap i certainly not in plenary eon*'**** ""'• nt problem that will lombo. I only to an adaptnhlc Induftrial —. %  tolut.on" of har preW ;,, k d lhat 5 u 1 rm had ***" ansion. which n lnvil *i the Colombo Confer_ smrvn urns* vaeHHlAA lit iRAAe^nA *^ Until the Burmese Government act a crop, and until it an encourage even greater proluctlon, its rice is no more thun hypothetical asset. In these COOOrnk matttrs the U.K Comaalonat for South-Eai.t Asia Lnta the war, played an This being the stale of affairs effaotiva part. But now tnat of* it is obvious that there will be no ftta has been abandor.vd. The in Burma < na organisation in rlast Asia until the Itangoon Government tnat is thinking ol these probpolitical understandlems 's the offshoo'. of the Unionomtc Com Far organi published ex goon ; atieinpiiMk reilafit rapoits, -ven if they are to placate the Karens and asks cicmaniary .-y European statutbal the past—the old days of tical standards, snould be erRangoon's domination, should be toe raged by Commonweaai. SisjB Ministers' meeting in Cotomi. next month. Burma is not ^'ttcil'lv ^'ZT !" !, 1 "n". -"" %  • """""' ""dersfm: tht od.hoo'. ull the rnrnmnnweAlth ^nAte '" 8 n "' lr '0"5 n alliance or led .'.auons—uie s>:oilomic I ciS i^olveTta "" '^""" M i White Hand, r Y.F.., This o, support I have heard prejudiced to before th. ih P "Burmeie"''weakUnUl Itangoo.,.. QovatlUMOt S W? *?u LTIJ 0 ".. *2SlK too dense population, an nvpaaa is bound to continue at Coachieves such a toluttoo, nu Onan,MM £T ^ 7represjeiila .nd aid will do mo:truettaa effort by expert. In ,d report, subsequent* pU T ot smaU anns for to Uekie the proble.-is of that Is alreadv torn asunder by too As i a W tH,oul dr~ rding on the West. Th' progress ol such efforts should be watched earerly. never have equality in the ue for gei. • Europe..!; ir by assisting a Japanese ** gHg?J^J^*^ £ ^SSSS^TtLT&SS^ Burma has been a subject *s % %  { n on Q ^ ft,. n J P ^P ,>C ,a^ w^lth For •. ,c Commonwealtl discussion bet-.-en Co-nmon>*"rma on January 4th. 1! Against this background the The Parallel wealth M'r.isters -r.i diplo'l his fact is not often understood. Krs the true nature of Tnc mats for the past year. In April, cceut occasion in the Commons Sir Stafford li.it there if equal consideration lor the strorgest. the United On a i parallel is net with iw9 the Commonwealth Prime ; ,ou *e ' commons oir oianora KVnBdoin aosT^a smallest and *ny today but with too Ministers, meeting in London, <-npp & !" " !" of loans and !" fS' tolon. •mar Republic. Dawcs loans decided to ask their Ambassafgjj „ !" p* bv B'"*" 1 Iln 5 t, > %  a grantarf m n-rmiiw in th* H i„ !> %  , .„ ~„rt n IM5 These included under the uted to Germany in tho dors in Rangoon to report Ws; permission was given to DM financial needs of Burma in !" i* !" *; |1,u 5 1 m j ?.'* MM an arm, albeit .small u.der to give her government ? 6 /^^ !" '' .^L?"", 'controlled' at first LUtj ar.d greater assurance Honal equality was granted; all' against Communist insurgents %  a means of keeping Trotskv -'he scheme proposed was that a U Europe i financial contribution should there folio toma from Great Britain, Pakisadveuturc — immediately ,, :| Ind 'a and Ceylon. The Amnant had been made hawadora met in Rangoon, sporbtheSc^. ">'. during the Summer lation and some on account ol a cancelled claim against Burma foi military expenditure by Brit* is:forces operaUng in Bun.i-. ag-inst Bur mans On the account of British "loans' there appears figure totalling E3.000.000. But mm OLD YEAR! So I'ou must go. Alas, the fete Ol oil things.'—Comes it scan o. lute Bye-bye Old Year U LUiat be repeated again that i„ oolnff. ue would wish tiiot i ou I <.f these gilu or loans, .>.•, %  „.;„ ,0^,. aionfl Tnr faJse" 7>* n the "'""Kb they UMietitted Burma in -True" Autumn the Burmese Foreign *!^'-,. h ^. ac .^ ua i!. 3 :_.j^ er V, d c Haiut o. rr to the cominp/'Wew" Minister, U. Maung, pass'ng v.thout advancing the matter to livered to tht Govihntugh'London on his way to < rnment of Burma. the United Nations Assembly, j^ almo8l desperate requests Wa il ataef Bye-bye Old Yeai. rl noain fh.i If Tti is a warning. To build an fCam rnuui >ur*s new "democratic" Japan '^ laad Ii itarn Japanese fooaliMii. and ultimately f, a ^*rsE^^ier i-2^ P-AS r ^ i ^' - sx^srzrassns ** tzz'sft.sr "* South Eesl A.I ,ly %  J'"""^?" h ve nnuv-i.1 aid are now to be met bv -. Bl "A 1 ! d """• run of Ihe dv nc 1 • •< "•""& A?^: • want from lXM neighbouring "' tual sum ot rAoney—£15.000,000. ,.„ unlrta ^ i h has been put forward. The. figure mentioned, n i:.;..i — £15,000,000, is regarded as loo Polllic.l StniSEle „,,„ by Government departments To understand the Burma '" I* !" too-but negotiation, will problem, firs., II Is necessarv to "t*" %  •• "twre. have a clear picture of the poliCou(u*eti %  uggle in that counlrv. Esally there -.re three forces The affairs of the British-own7 In n.tngoon. and with verv little . iver up to Mandalav. is to Burma's detriment, with 'hi' the Burma loan. The difficult to be clear two most-mentioned ( f^m^mWp Japai %  , s the political corr.j.'ono .ire the Burma Oil Company and %  -or i period. But the United of this government. At one exthe Irrawaddy Flotilla Company. r. A. SQUIRES. %  greater "*mon wealth. *?•** calculations must be now — and when *t Colombo, the W :-.ters of the Commonn being guests of the East. e issue ika antiii Irabehind. Per/orce, will keep fresh In some mind A irnurlinu ii-ronv, an act so kind. Bye-bye Old Year.' Each passirg breath of mir now says' We're at the parting i.f the way*. Bye-bye Old Y^ur'" .A'id. at u'c finally bid you ."d lingering 'Adieu" We bear UM uhirp'rintf of the "Bye-bye Oid Year'" Mrs. Mary Catherine lnc< wUe of Dr. W. ft. Inge, th.tarsaer Dean of SL Paul*, dietl last April at UV ace of bit alter 44 years of ma-rtagr. Natl Dl Inge h-* written | u-ibule i i her. It is printed in hi. IMarof a Dean i < le-ce-laking, exqnisttely i-h.M. ed and reofoundly moving. I am in my rdiwUtth year and hope soon tr be at rest. Lot m.. las.' effort be to pay ;i tribute to I beautiful life and I perfect marriage, -^ever onre ciouded. during forty-fou. years, by any shadow oi disagree.nent or misunderrtandin; The continua strain ol housekeeping and social duttaa, and the cue of our oal eyonu her strength, and medical somewhat h-istcncd r.y ictnt ment from London ilr. Il ileft | t Paul*, in 1934 and .vein U* li\e at Uricliui-ll Miiur n-_r HaJUngford. Berkshire). Pht j* ieter life at Bright-., e.l gave her .some refrerhmem'. but i?.-n^al -.vcikness. attacks of cnrdiai. asthiiu.. an^ angu-a' pains, became more ."requei... ifler t-.fshock cau.-ed .y R'ct.ir.s death on active servte. in 1941 (Richard. Dr. Inge's ion. v.t clertymie who hee^.ne a RAr pilot. He was 2 when he wu killed. I In April this vear I tia.. to London for the ataotta the British Acssdtmg and other bttsan**!, and IBC I on .tccompanying me. A full list of ongag -nents was mad*, and she took | fortnight rest at tha Aeland Home to prepare for the ordeal which her doctors, rather to my distress dM rot forbid. Ilusp.tality Wc tacra fttvan nospicality at Lord Beiverbrook's flat at Arlington House, and enjoyed luncheons with the architects who improved our house at Bright-well. Lord MottUtone and Paul Pagei. and with Mr. and Mrs Amery on the day before her death. We v.i;re Co have gone to the Archbishop of Canterbury, to Mrs. Neville Chamberlan, Lady HavensUale and to my publisher, before our return home. i wan) to say good night on the night of the 22nd, an seemed quite comfortable April 23 waa EUehard Dai as she called it. "now it is my day," she would have said if %  had known that her call bad come. She had a heart attack n. she had often had btfon then lost consciousness. I waa no* summoned, of course she would have sent for me if she had known ahe was dying. My elder son was informtelegram, ana ihe %  mall hours. It fell to t tell me the sad news, for I expected ii*. her specialist bad given an encouraging rcpor: two days before He wrote to me that he did not ex pec' it but knew that it was possible. It was the end iriat he have wished lor he. have had much to sutTer of us. I think, would chooM a death if we wan prepared foi it, as she certainly was. Met In |0M We met first in 1904 at the house of my mule. F. Q Inge. i' noted Oxford cricketer, who held what was i>. living in the gift of my Baswiek and Walton, naag Stafford We took long walki Logttha i Canrock Chase .iml soon nfler bee. nic engaged. It was a Kraal chailgja for m.\ : %  :. HenSwu had just oifereu m of All Saints' Ennutm which had been carved out! of the parish of St. Morgan : Wi minster. We were n.ained In Ibe following spring by Archbishop Davidson, a cousin of my a i Canterbuiy Cathedr. spent our honeymoon at I o.ere. My wife WM %  daughter of Harvey Goodwin. I'.i !iop '( i '..i 1,-a .: always happy in the Lakt My new work WM innrclstrange to i;.e. and I could Ml have done u without her help I.... ,;:,,.; %  Gale, a quM y old friend Sir Francis Gallon lived almost next door. TlM parish was fttUfc with a preponderai:. elderly people. Three a. Majesty's Judges, Lord Hal Lord Macnaghten, .ind I-ord Uarling, sat under nv. and 1 ... afterwards Mattel of the Rolls. But then wan efful lad'es m black bonnata, who preferred simple fare, so tht preaching was rather difficult. The go'den ige of the West End lncum'..'.its had conic to un and. ".nu I was of *en discouraged. fearing that T was e failure In realh* 1 Kept my rongregation together fairly well, and Kitty would not allow me to be anxious. She soon made many friends in the parlsii, and managed her householu .veil, which '. waa quite ibii of doing. Oldest Chair We were only less than UnUl Rutland Gate T e Lady Margaret.' professorship ,t Can bridge fell asked to stand for it. This" oldes: chair in the tn H been held by nu ..nguistied theologianI l.XIi .. n.'ii I was elected. The main work ol a professor is to give lectures, which h b i Intpla. since tho intellectual level of young men who are preparing for ordlna'i not, on an But -i aacn ..ear there wait oi three really %  bb these used to come to my for a little more advance*! B the long vacations I B do a great deal of ing ind writing My home life was Ideally happy. I find Ir mv that I spend with K th*'.I.R uulAr and more spiritual, as 1. exquislUe beauty of God's i ca in a very human person... :y unfolds itself more and more vi .bly. "Marriage is the best thing la ruman life." my mother used tt> siy St Pr.ul missed it. hut he I lew thai thou;1 faith and hope %  'v.c.T;ictible, love is greater than faith or hope. 'Love u Bl irong iis death.*' Many be-eoved men must bave felt as I am feeling now, HM > .ith taf Shakespeare's l-eautitli' words (Much Ado About Nothing. Act 4. Scer.e I): The idea of her lite ifaaJ sweetly creep I.t'41 Ms study nt Imssinslion And every lovely organ of bet I'fe -lull ionic .ipp.trrl.cd in more pre-rioim habit M->re movius delicate and fuli of life, Into Ihe eye ,nd pronpe* | of hii soul Than when she lived indeed. I found .uiiuiig nti M.iiea packet Bddraoai dear husband, lo be opi I my daath." It wa Bttar her health began to fail, bui at Rutland Gu.V ji 1808, just IK'fora the birth of out L.ke in..; she greatly exaggerated wha.' out Prayer Book absurdly great peril of childbirth SUUs* abuut 250 to i in ravoui of UM m siie wrato. beloved, 1 am quite alone ihicvening. I wish ft) toll though I shall net i %  I realb I h.iidly know m> self only somr.'imes 1 with %  grateful and %  %  the DQwaf to love you I more how uncertain the future ttled for us I .on absolutely content if i am i*> no bafera you I d.> not much mind, becmBora thai to such km Bl nothing can separate i van death. "You will never know or guess, I '.i d shows H to %  > am tan, M nown inc. nnd made this life m ... ; n immortal p| I,. Bvan "You have tausdil DM longer U> If | am in laava you aoon it will i 1 bless my Be i %  own pom upon I %  Fortn to Th) i opla the love, the power, and tho %  "Gnu o inBride Aft. i .. : lias fallen ' %  %  i aart of a young id ceil man i' for an] Bui I %  her tn tell II Ve which has D my unworthy self lihl] blessings 1 do net feel that • hath %  lo*' her. I"it onlv that tha which bind me to this world of time I I ltd avO in deai . —L.E.R Don't let thni OI.l take hold | Whsn colds tfweatert, rub lr.fo.vr, cKsst I and beck with double-sclton Thatmocjene Medicated Rub. fa BSflgMl %  'I 1 y*-r-aoriitsrtriqhtawaytobsafc>-ptoriTOERMOGENE *$?nl D ICATEB RIB i n ii -n .i — nrrr. •MEN CAN PREVENT %  MIDDLE-AGE HAIR WITH ROWLAND'S **ACASSA.3L Oil Rowi-nJ't Mscasur Oil was hm imroJg.fO tn 179J—onl*• hair %  • vciy tpcvial ri-"r*iiic > .ulJ remain popular all ihci-r rjM nsf.H-nen ie hair -nvbttu. It muii not makr the hair iiuiii-rtNfi.^^ivivrtumeJ n -rum oi .iiiun.minarr-". ' ^ontnk, a link Rowland 1 rubbed into the tcalp 1 with the linger tip. prevent*, drj : hair, receding temple* and oibtr coramo-i hair disorderThm Rowland'* Macassar Oil 11 hoth a hair Jrc-ing and 1 loruc — the very 'hing to prevent haii (mm getting that HI Hit SSJl li'i. %  USED BY OISTIHGUISHID MM ,QR OVER IU YEARS 35 IS OUB SINCERE WISH TO ALL & CUSTOMERS AXD FRIENDS £ %  s. 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I 1 1.1 HUM! "— WHIT UJV. Trouble Not Battle Of The Titans -N.Y. TIMES NEW YORK. Dee. SI The New YM* Times to-day mooted on United Nations Trygve Lie's new year statement in which ha placed emphasis on the shadow cast on the United Nations bv the "great power conflict". "There is ol course no doubt that the east-west struggle is at the roo' of the United Nations difficulties but that is "a different thing fron, implying that the Strugs i struggle of the Titans in which the rest of the world is not involved". The newspaper wrote "On most of the political questions in the United Nations which divide the great powers of the west and the east, the little powers have of their own free will expressed n choice that with remarkable consistency places them \>ith the United States and in opposition to Soviet Russia', it added.—Reuter. MKcA INVOLVED IN RECOGNITION Germ Experts Sentenced LONDON. Dec 3. DOW radio reported that l Bovtt MUatarj Tribunal has sentenced 4 Japanese "Gem Experts'" to tt. y t m iiu; tor r*r**nlng i %  H„ logical Bomb" irai on R bntain and the United St..' I Lta Japanese — officers and ' the Bacteriological V.', i n been on ti. Khai; rot k, on the s. rlei %  They a. (milled oarryiofl i on human | pigs. I ..the: i China in 1041 and 1W2. Yamada, form-r under in-Lhie! | the Ku., the force ml the K m y Health reaaarch and %  a living people to months % %  i most effect! Strasbourg Bells PANAMA and Caftan i anxious troubled areas (top on map) Is toe Panama Canal, vll -,t to the United Stale. At left li I of Cana'. Zone. (Central -•) logic* Tak;i natal, Offhx., who also adm K Kuwashima. i %  your imprisui.i* i tl e polls on Tuea lumber ol Dei v..<.-taker V Cover nnn-nl .ni i ihe number M seat | to SIS before King rarouh on Nol i 7. Many or the 5,000,01)0 vote!;will 10 put % %  %  The Egyptian Oovetunei I nted N to il CIVIC bjhti toi woman led by SI 100 In Madame Dorea Shaiik. 11 PI editor ol magB7.inea. ing unit, lft y, Tha mete struggle I Offipoi IW 1S belween the U.S. SHIPPERS APPEAL TO CONGRESS FOR FAIR PANAMA CANAL TOLL NEW : %  i Shipping Industry has ap| *.o establish a "fan and equitable p>!n : U commercial shipping pa Canal. Tha Indual Panama Cai be< n need fa U purpose.. althougl "Vehicles" (or the last emenl from tl iant Marine Instituti i lared. The %  can Bhlpptnj | unjtinK Port Auth 'i % %  i :o brinu the math %  %  I I "The need for • %  The toll |>< 11) %  thut would II e) :;tury. ran priests i to say Maes at illy granted for %  vill sound to begin a 'half —•claltsm .ne So:'in". i red and %  Old at U atrol Cor.v mission headquarn-rwill becm what is described as "the ComQert M In West Berlin, regulations against explosives will not be waived to allow fireworks. ,.. a thousind policemen will patrol New York's uare, where a huge the incoming year :ts traditional noisy welcome. almost at a standstil', and Xtri and buses %  preaaed into .1 from the I indfl of revellers will in'Vrst End tonight drink, and sing in the 4 lighting restrictions %  %  Bin) I the war. will be more us than at a decade fted 1 %  light nf the from Noriiuiminatcd • %  -. Circus, i %  ,: toll out %  • >.ih radir %  edition. —Renter ttgypt Goes To I'olls Tuesday CAIRO. Dec. 31 a bitterly fought two D n which clashes i . u unit 7S1. IS, Meauo Onoe.' becterti Major in the %  %  the camCanal as Nation,1 | list ..nd assesa agai: w A F i> Partj and its off shoot %  ->>•"< % %  '• Th. W.A K.I) by the veteran statesman Mustafa canal", jt added. i .S. Expected toCal Foreign Vitl A from page 1 problem Of the Commu China and of re. • M Nation il for t 1 e defem o Brltali Canada oi f Rtoii Ic •reap' %  %  %  %  i • aclmittm peraoi l tbt Urdta —Reuter. Nahas Pasha six tin* Egypt cialme to uthe Lindad bs tha ,m ,"„ Seed Zaghlul Pasha "lathe cai Warfare Organ! %  Bng i Baadasts are known eg th •rs (cattle d mnlignant land owning and big II. h Abdel Had) Pasha. work! rj years;! i and laboratoi worm The State rYoeecutOl I. N that • Japanes. had been actively preparing ba. '• tht Ol I %  %  Constitutions Led i" Be a li lists Extrtmc Right WuiK Partj led > nadam Pasha. Kotla also ceiled the Lndependnucleus o( men who seceded from tl, war Thrv i ornplete evacuation* ol British troops lioin Egypt and unity of of ch. !. %  %  i, irfeue U the Nile Vallev (Egypt and the *he dai irtdl-Sudan) under the Egyptian The Ki.U's i i %  S9.ooo.ooo is required I I biah ii I Howem more than no i>r eahool %  %  i ffel< %  W A.F.I) il Makian. trying to bnnK manEbeid Paaha. njl Parties detnand over no) ottij thaae : ill $2.00*1 )Hl0 in the fiscal year —Reuler agas," he declared. I> I Mem in logic a' the rsraaacutor said. Th Bull infectn>ii. taetins I : ethods of eultivatin^ be Thev diictioti "f m> n Ing on a usnae I l.nvn -Reuter. 2 Journals Ifanppear In R. Airrs Bl DKM AiiKs. ix-c. 3' I: i Bui t-ibiui'i CUriea" re-appeared this morn ing as result of the solution of the ed by Intern paper aup| i onunlttea investigating anti-AiThe Ji ... activities Ihe dail> Lm. using the bacteria for war purpoaea (1) Spreading of bacteria from (1) Dropulnn special baj logical bnmlw from nlanes: and w.nk of the tahoral changed labor.i:. i Unit Comrnlltaa carried out a Human where they vi.sth. M'tmul tn,,. i, Mates %  %  I the institute's boeta %  .io i U.K. TnM>|>s To Lcktve ATHENS. [> All Britiah ITOOPS erUI II, i*. eras incad here todvy 1 the last British Windrusii. which will .all at tak ..i was called the Togo board the last men in the Ami n area.—Reuler. I am addfnaaui| you ... ; %  I %  Nf. tl open .. 1 rs guided Ixith our past %  urn. for %  anj —(Bi Astmnonwrs To Mvvt In Russia DM si %  kugu i.'-i. it was A. 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IWriYigOTator. i linen Nice tnwh. beat ie* batc.mi, Dial 1193 1.1 W—In HORVIIY DOWN 3 he.lr.so..*. runuwed Available fiom 1H Jan IMC. Apply •t.ii" A Beard Hardwood Alley Phr. 4MJ or aWI I I 50 7n O-ltlew.-i.h. HI Joaoph POT the nwwrth* Jan Feb Marcn. May •til Jimr IMO Apply Mr. W T Good I rig Himni Hop* Plant* lion. Si T' QBkM I I M M OflANh, Lawrence Oep. 1 bed 1%'iiin. hatine dining and drawing roorna, r'r Fiiitt-.er piirt'culart DtfD rjrBTSl mrcMK srogior Hhi ii leave hi* lair resident* "Car INI* VI**" fcv fan %  .clock trim •rtertioofi I Fnend. .< %  aa*m '.ivd Ml Innla* MABSBAU IBaUJM "nml p rou4rn it. lee, won fr lluKing l ft D A |g -nr WaMUu Pi-inul. are asked In attend P*i<% Matronal) ..U. Mir i'i ajfaj w 1'SINFJSS PW-VrSKS Nn 4* Roer-icret from lit Ortobw IBM "*" POTilar" Rina MM 4 U -1(r THANKS id**irad. h, II %  %  Hi. I...14T-1 am.! tardi. -tra*hor %  r—titii bl*l<.vrd JMjaMINr ftatmiot Held ihiawwhd'. i I 1 Uaaar Mol h W Mrs AUaFIITHA IA1U\ who wa> Cll M l>v *">d Januar> IW1 %  infamart btfT.-d y her ctiil%  %  I* tnand %  hwrd latkM JOHN BTJaTJaJ] m I**" A )n" fjthvr. 3i*B Jn I U) MarliiP Gardxni lf*iri Uhlumlanad CanUlnlr.i r-flrnoma. balh ft tn.lrt upiUIr* Vaian*-ih. Drawtnc ar Dmin| Ra->m, Pantry ft Kiichni downtialn. Ganp> and tr %  IffSO Dial UIO Mr* Bmo* Til4.m MElJIOUBNr or>-f*m. Worthini-. Ch Ch Prom i,t January IMO Phn< tpnniw MM U U 4 • fn^T -On* fully fnrni*h*d 3 h*d ^m luxury Plat, at WhIU Hall. Cod 'Iniilnn Hill. 1 ml!*trWB ndMon t.r ISth Apply Mn. P. L i''-.4>phan<> Mil. | mil If: FARAWAY. •*•*•% %  Bay 5t Philip %  'I l.l(hUng plant. Carter %  ir\-il-rnrn* MOM per month Pror. 1*1 November on Dial 44TB XI 10 *ft-l I r .vATWiroMrv v. rtmm Hannnah< D-.irahlr roaldonc* •t-i AvallaMa r l( .m i.i rrt ruary Dial 8330 31 II On In dM'd %  loAiitg. EUIIM-I IN Mm •*••!< rmmmbmrm4 b? I Mi I'. lnvt rnolhor MAJiTHA BltANflll Who daparlml inn Hi. Jaa %  Hh* haa aurie frimi (fru-l m '„.T S %  .... ,i MtH \%l> AUTOMOTIVE AUTO llu. PW U fti I. llorar Vutlxixrd Kfutnw I h p A> %  !•• %  a' NrAI-) aa)VI PaXMi* 0140 or 2Mb 3D 13 4B I 1 Mi->i i NO INt.il.ll. ,.[< Appu u. u .S.HK Coon CAB O .. I.,,*,,., Mou i runttitm urOM. Plvo oow I'M I Nw Top Appu lull. Hioiihclyft, Pbuiur Mil .PHH;UlATfl • lorrrui. all .ivodoU. In ton and Iblac* A. IMM Co.. U4 nial OH* U II M id MISrrilANEOUS klANTJItr I|O,M .,,„,, ^.ubl* (v •OMooftl fatw eon luod • C A Provorto ad Dial 31* M l)V k riTTlNflS Galvantard plpa All aorW Rom Uj in. to IH in*. Pbooo OOo" lilof-t.fo OOOM Jual rocoivad a now dtlpmaBl I flood! T/OM trtplr. DOOM luncMrn DRUG STORO so ii In Moc* FRJBCDOM FROM nil* ln.ui PlroHUM Tut. rl *.,. %  i AN ngi.njBg 04 .v*,, aa.^^u,,. Jr. 4.1a •> iU.er Ojkva'old JrZob"r # g||Vi"'o5bjr %  otou-o .!y lk. Map. Aulographa I 0 4* wn I. HA 111 UtlfUl vlr. Urgjo %  rvOMb quartri M\t*> prr month iinfuri>h. Atv..(h-. bedroom propcit^ tm.i.n •T.iehed fMM per month BIX I in UXM r.l R*ute Agerrla ri..nt,it"irL. riiiiidLng, Phone MOD 1 1.50in nXMWAlMI II.M .1. Siiuatod S II. .i. iv. 1M0 Iruipoc lion, on appointing*--.' I %  llowi-d ] %  urM For .InrthrT irifnrinataoi plra<* apply A '.hrvrin. Sraato'n. IU-tA 31 II M fa A 8 ** PI Hill SMhS han boon nu*ruri*d by the ComThurodaj .i ii* yh Jon bosinnlng ..i i o'clock 1 i 1 %  W X B* <"--.ll by V m nti* Hi V %  •.mil by IV boon 1 II' >* overall by y boom. Coin. O'ARCY A s. H VI 40 -4i UNDER THE SILVER HAMMFR 11 i -.ID I 1MbMy. I MM l,UJ %  HrlleMlle AritujM*.1 -WhiteP O. i total 1. Hulann* Sale. roaodai rtilj 1 Ha.ungi BHANKMI TIlilTMAN ft CO. Au*tiun*er* 1EAL ESTATE SHAKES || iharei ol 1500 eh In tKI WlaTI INMA |HM I'll .II IJMITEJl ol t\ each in THE HAHBA %  HE INSL-hANl't COV %  M atutroa of 10 each in Till HAR IIA DOS CO-OP CuTToN fACTORV LTD %  Ml will be oAwted to pub... "iiipFtillun at th* oRVce ol thr imdri mr .d on Friday the KJi d-> .M0 at 1 p in < AHRINCiTON ft SEAl.V I UCA* STHJ0ET DUN 3li I OH fa v. .-it Ivt Hritlah War lan M0 Snoroo aWbodoo Bhlppmfl & Trodnifl Co IM l < ATFOHD ft CO II I'**i •**APU.l st | ,,, ilom DPrtrict M Hflrtxmujd b.iiu!al.i* win. ng room, kitchen, waaluoom. aoivonia luoriaeO. carac* Conrrot* conalruclion lum tool [,.u B ,aVhool I', UloB. Crano and Aam I o.da 4 mileinor ioavinai Colony Th* location i. araauc beauty and la cool .i ail liatM The prk* U ntrenie4y lTactlvr al.100 i|goao< II *DOM Ural Eal.4tr Agenl rota PUnUtwit* Building Phone 4040 I lk> In ARl.roK si Jamaa. rRngap doroy carol block houar. ahinfllod roof, m leot above a*. Ir>el *., .*„, Ia j Halt Irom bathing K' mllea Apeiflhl.% % %  MOM, tltl.m, boo pantry brag* and worhihop Bertan!.' ,utr%  *Mmt and ele.ti I,,M -i valualloti II deaircd A I -d-t* leiMl.i.. l'l}\o.s & B1.ADON. Real Balale A.nU Aue' Mn pi %  %  II Hiding Pho ••* 0 I I M-ln "*i HH %  _nt.il ihui.ii Modern .Inaie >lor*y BpuM *taronui on %  >dar rtM faltlM MO f-riTK! %  vino room, dm ma room, iludy. 1 bath lub balh and .bower modern %  t >iter. Ulad BMB _____ |I90 In IAUHVB1 i. || .II. .harnuna ..n-d.,,7. %  TI,I. -,n bum nvodara -one reeldence contain. 3 %  **"* *"*dah* and .. Carede. itablina. .loefc %  id.r Carrlaar%  • houae Appmilmaiely | £ • IR A III AIHiN p-l Ut. Aaenl) Auctioneer-. FUnlation. %  ulldina. Phone 44M 1 IM In I'lllSOMI -ia7:\ sio*ns t The Cnlih-waah Road leodlral fmi> Tohnd* to Bnrva will bo rloaod lor r* p.i|ra from Januroy 3rd IMO S orter (I the CornrnJioBBnttO 0 wayBt Joorph I IJB— fa ENGINEER — DWool Kngiaoor S.. -. ear* practical opertetice in Intern Wilder. Bridgeand Hj.ti.igi lady. Boxlbto gob' link btoaaut. Pindar will fa an telurnlng aama j l %  Muooni ofnc L*aroc> LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 3U 12.01 IADVS WRIST WATCH-ln vii M..rlne Hotel. Finder eonununicata. lion \ .ew Guaat Houae. Reward Jl II *-S.i The application or ROSE BTUART ol Qiicn Slroot. St Michael lor paotuoalnn to Ml SpirlU. Mall Liqu..i D....rd anal Galvanuod atwD r.->( attached .Ht.ate a4 Ch Cti within Dtatrict B' Dated thi* 30th day M December To the Police Maglatnt.. Dfd B Signed GEORGE T YARD. lor Applicant V R Tht. application will b-. I der*d a* a U*-natng Co'irt to bo I aPoliao Court. Duinc. the 13th day ' January, low a Or ".irk. a ni D D MORRIS Arlg, I' SHEFPIN G NOTICE Canadian National Stc IV. MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE ,).'!-" OF PfTBB ttantrd by the Commloooneet ol Health for the Pari*h of St Peter J iTwo! fully quallned nuroea to perform ihe duuoa ol DlalTlrt Nuraro lor the above PMtah. Application* will be received by th* -..t^eralcneal up lo 11th Jan I0M a m f Term*HaUry M' par month Appointment on S nontha probation Btrth certificate and Doctor* cerilflcate "uM accompany Application*. Signed. O. B COKBIN. Clerk lo Comma: Health St Peter 31 IS 4 4n Si •I'lUIMI WANT1D lor purrruue m •elecl. central 4rea Well constructed medium to larar property with lane reception and dininfl roomandah* and 3 or 4 bedroom. Well laid out reasonablv private Around* an advantage Good price lor -..liable properly Apply DIXON ft RI.ADON. Real K-iaie AaentAu.i-.neei. Plantalion. : I-.. | B i. 1 IS NOTICE i VIM -ii OF BT PFTI.R The Veetry ol 81. Peter roquoX Ih every paroon who on the flr*t day January IBM aha 11 be ihe owner nccupier of iny land liable lo bo a*ac* rd -Jiall •omeiim* during the M Ve-ary Cat'3.1 li 4. NOTICE IM'1-II OF T. I I .1 K Wanted by th* Veatry ol St. Peter A loan Of E3.000 .Ihree tho *and l-miTidn aa aulhorlied by The Saint Peter-. Pariah Loan Act. 1040 Tender* for to* nbov* kuin will be i (reived by the underaUDied up to January ISth 1M0 al 1000 %  m Tender* miut bo leeJaal Terma Inter*** tnatat be at the rat* not eaceedlng 4*1 par annum Principal repayable by £300 per mn1 than £300 will be Signed G S COHBIV. Veatry Clerk. 31 UH-fti PROFESSIONAL NOTICE DR. FTRREIRA ol %  •Chlmvlll*" Upper Say St. inear Fipianadei by Chiropractic method eorracti dlaeaao* ol eye*, aara, noaa. throat, .unit, *tomacn. kldn*7* and it—er orgaaaDial SMI. IJW US TAKE CARE OF ALL YOUR WORRIES Personal Superviaion Aaaurod .... Be Wise Advertise — LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application of OORDAN PARR1S. of Brntnaina. SI IAICV IBC pe-mi-*lon 10 Ball SplrlM. Mall Laquor.. ft%  -i double mnfed board and )hlnle *ho at Holder* Hill. Si I Dated Ihla 10th day of December IMO To the Police Magistrate DUt F Holetown Smned ST Cl.AIR LAI lie .fit MB—Thla application wtB u. red at a l.lcenaing Court to be hcln a' 111 r>l1rirt F 1 llol %  toun. .in Friday the IJIh day of January l**o at 11 o'clock, am. S H NURSE. fjBct Mag.atn.tr. Dial. 'E 1 Holetown 1 I W In I.O\ I l(\>ll \ I NOTICES. CEMENT FOR RUNWAY Tenders are invited for the supply of approximately 45.000 91 lb. bags of Portland Cement required by the Government for the proposed runway at Seawcll airport. 13.000 bags should arrive in the Island between March 1st—15th nd the balance ii Iwo shipments at dates to be arranged later. Tor caBaont should be packed in the new waterproof bag as supplied by the Cement Marketing Company, Ltd. Prices should be quoted for delivery on the wharf at Bridgtown and should be exclusive f import duty and package tx. Tenders should reach the Dirertnr <>f Highways and Transport not later than 4 p.m. on Friday, the 6th of January, 1950. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. 29th December, 1949. SO. 12.4ft— 2n LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The appllc.it ion of 0* HARRIS ol Eagle Hall. St Michael, for permlaalon lo .ell Spirit*. Mall Uqnor* ftc at a double roof board and %  hlna'le •J-op iltiuilr .1 Weeton, near Heidn Boy. SI Jamea Dated thl* 30th day ol December 1 MO r the Police Maflitratc. Dirt "E" II aMw Signed GWENDOLYN HARRIS Applicant N B. Thia appllc.ition will be conquered at a Licensing Court to be held at Polic* Court. DlaO-lct X Hohrlown. on Friday Ihe 13th day of January' 1950 .it II o'clock a m S H NURSE. Police Migntratr. Dlt T/ Holctotvn I i 50 In IADV RODNEY I H1NEY NOKTHROl ND IADV RODNEY LADY NELSON LADY Ii LADY RODNfcY LADY NELSON N B -Subject lo rhanfle withoi Sail. Ball. Halllai %  *•(.„ Mth Dec th Da. 13th Jon 14th j~! h Fab. HMh f„' aftUl PUJ 37th Feh laih Apr l.ih Ap.. SalU Arrlv,, Bdm Boelor, ISth Jan 58th j,_ ltd Fcb 14th Feh' Ml. Mar 15th M,r" Slit Mar aSitd Mar 1*| Tor 17th Apr mill Apr. *u>b. AS" SU) M-y gih May lat.. irj; lTlh J ( 3rd F i application u, GARDINER AUSTIN & l_a. LTD. *eo The M V CARITIHEP. arUJ .„-tt-pt Cargo and l^aaorcer* for St Kitta-Ncvis Motitaermt. Antigua, Domlnlcn. wiling Friday ,10th %  eSMStJMJ*. The M V DAERWOOD will accept Cargo and Pa avengers for St l.ucia. SI Vlncenl. Greiiada. Aruba. aalling 7th January, 1M0. Tba Schooner ADA1JNA will accept Cargo and Paaaonflei* for SI Lucia, millng JAturday J|.| I>eceuiber B.W.L -( liiinsi i! OWNERS' ASSUCIATION Censignee: Tel. Nt>. 4047 MOTOR VE8STX •BLUE STAT u '"i'Hni "Hfsfaiii p "nien Ft,.Nassau, Bahama. Trinidaa. ""* %  . i Sailing ... JANCA1Y TTt A K HARHj. „ A 8"", c/0 H PHARRIS NOTICE TO no YF.STRY %  1 • 1 net ~ OF THF r\RIMI OF ST. JAMFR Thl. I* to notify you thai I shall be oontaMlng a ami for the VSfJ forth-coining elootlon. I ahall do all that ilea in my power t. aervo you to Ihe beat of my abll %  •*. %  I am aaklni you for your whorf-rararlrd %  uppon at the poll* ELLSWORTH HOLDER. CMvUlo. Garden. St Jame* II 11 M In NOTICE lo I Ml VFkTRV ILEOTORN OF Till PABSBB OF *T. JAMII AIUIAHAAI IKIUJEK Kiv.i..l..-e 1.. 'l.e Fle-tora that 1 am not %  tandu-e Imiarv 3rd IMS. lor reeleclaon ... member of Ihe St. Jame* VM health will IKII permit BM far the augport yoti har* given t Ilia peal ally year* of mr life My eon E S Holder I* oflerlnai hlnuai >< a candidate for a Beat In your Yeatr I nm aalUng you U jve him the aor .oval auppof*. aa you gave me gunnx ti paat *ialeen year*, and elect him Ttuiiimng you for all you have doYoura slnceraly. A. HOi.nnt II 111* 7 fill Ml.livim1 1 Mill I Ml M lS1 -ISM The Executive Committee of The I l-ado* Youth Movement wiahrs One all %  burnt and Pn)fp*n.ua New Y lhanka for your Past Aaaiatancr -pd again •olKit* viiur luture aupporl Ho I IIHUCB CLARX1 Pounder nd p.oaidenl Rev J. B. GRANT I TI'. Director and (ia plain Mn*. OlAlA BROWNE, General Sarretarv i i 5o in LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The appllcallon ol \TCH*nfJ*JL Hir||. ARD8 of Unyrella Road. Ch CTn lo. perimaalon to sell Spun. Malt .Liq.ua**. ftc al a Board ai.d ihingle ahop with tJvMBgaM attached at D-ymlU Head. Ch i" ithm Dtatiict A' Dated thla 30th day of December 1IM lo Ih* Police Maa lat rate. Diet A' Slsnad VEKNaMF RICHAMJkri Applu.i.t NU ThU appltratton will be M_— -•aervd al a lJ.nia.ug Court lo be IwHd %  i Police Court. rMalrtrl A 1 on'Mondav Hie 0th day of January IMO at Iffo I A ..Him Police Magiatiate. Dial A LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The applUatlon of SlltBI "Y IIAIJ. pi i Itrg irill. SI Michael fc*r perntlaa>u)i t. Malt Uque**, arc at board and anlrgle ahop attached U> re*i den.-* at Cave Hill, SI Michael Haled thl* Mtb day of December IP4J To the Police Magistrate. DIM 'A' Blamed S HAH. Applicant N B Thla application will b rousi lered it a IJcenalng Court to be hold .al I'ollte Court. District A', on Monday the Bih day ol January ISM al II o'clock •V A. McLBOD. Police M.(latr.tr. DIM 'A' L1QU0 LICENSE NOTICE The application ol EVELYN II KIN*: ol HrlhU.ii. HI Michael for pernuaaion lo .,n •g.u.u. Malt Llouor*. ft.at .Kd r*oot ol fl g Mroy wa U bio-i I aa Colonial Hotel. Tudor •*•.. Doled thu SOU. dav ^1 DecenJ>r> 1*40 To Ih* Police M*JUtr>te. Dtal A Signed BVEt.YN H KING. N %  Thia appticaUon will be lawiM •iilered at a I .eeolng Court Uj be hclu .II IV.lii* Court, Dtalrirt 'A', on Monda\ the Mh day ol January MM at II eel*. %  LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE IHE auplavalton of ElaALNF. MOBINrU)\ of T-eedoJe Road. St Michael, lor pet minion to sell Spun.. Malt IJ^-IK **I.. M ? bo *"* % %  ahingle ,w.op at corner ol Jaaaamy and Jordan, l.ne Dated this IIM day ol December 1PM S'gued M JO*. 14 „_ %  Appllcani %  ppltcauon mil b* conoi 'irtT*? *' ,ic ***"*s Court to ha hetu al Polk, Coun Dislrm A' on alonoay th. Mh day ol January ISM al II o clock Pollr* Magistral*. Diet A PERSONNEL REQUIRED FOR THE ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMME IN BRITISH GUIANA The following sUfl is required by the Public Works Department. British Guiana Government. 2. The appointments are temporary and are for a period of two years, but it is possible that this period may be extended at a later date. 3. No housing accommodation will be provided but a housing allowance equal to 10' t of the officer's salary will be paid. 4. The salary will depend on the age and previous experience of the appointee. The salaries for each appointment are set out below, but a higher salary' may be paid depending on experience, qualifications, etc. 5. Free passages to and from British Guiana will be provided for an officer, his wife and family, not exceeding five passages. 8. The applicants should be over twenty-eight years of age. 7. Travelling and subsistence allowances will be paid at the current Government rates. 8. Applications should be addressed to the Director or Public Works, British Guiana, and full details of qualifications and experience should bo enclosed together with copies of at least three recent references. The envelope should be endorsed "STAFF ROAD CONSTRUCTION". I CLERK OF WORKS. A Clerk of Works is required to supervise all phases of work for a Road Construction Scheme. The applicant must have had considerable experience in mad construction using modern equipment, general survey and setting out for road construction, R.C\ Culvert constructiun, pre-mix Sand/bitumen and stone/bitumen work and general administration and coiling. SALARY £800 PER ANNUM. II SOIL MECHANICS LABOHATORY SUPERINTENDENT. The Laboratory Superintendent Is required to supervise and carry out laboratory and field tests in connection with a Road Construction Scheme. The applicant must have had considerable experience of modern soil-stabilized road construction methods, the laboratory and field testing of materials connected with this t>Ppe of w.nk including the Barber Green. finisher. ^ SALARY GPU I'EU ANNUM. 30.12.4s)-2n Collrce. Ltd. Sheffield, kind, ti.nioct their reprr.eiitaU) # t J R Hunte. Joycovill*. Abbeville Oau dene. Chrlal Church. Dtal SIM. Far lislua. EaadrrafU. *a*h aa %  ATS. SLIPP1ES. BANBBAQS. MATS, CtUOS, RASKSTS. l.u. . If* Alwar* . DOMINICA DANDCEAFTB CO. ghapfeerd S4. Phaaa SSOS FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING YOm BAGGAGE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECT? Consul! SMITHS SHIPPING SERVICE for Packing For Shipping For Insurance For Pie/ereoce RepresenUIives m all the principal Ports of the aali PHONE 3034 — AliXANDEB HOUSE. JAMH ST ^ r vmmmmBHmm TO OUR PRESENT AND FUTUftE~ FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS | 2? Prosperous and Uiappy 1950 TO ALL OF YOU EXHIBITION ; WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT. PAINTINGS and DRAWINGS %  I V SMOII.\ II. TAYLOR A SONS u e No. 4B PART ONE ORDERS leSBMM J. Com.,11, O.B.E.. E.D.. Comni.it dmi, Th Barbados Regiment. EMIUEHSfclUCTHU-nittS Eltimates and Plans prepared (or all Tjpea o[ Buildings, Repairs and Alterations. Phone 3100 .NOTICE NICHOLLS & Mrs P II 1NCE of the B Beauty Salon. Bolton Lane, hereby notify their I itiat their Shoppe will b. closed until Kth Januarv 19511. !" C. Carlton Brown 6 S Staff Wish Our Customers J £SO FOR YOUR NEXT VACATION THE GRAND HOTEL THE ISLE OF SPICES GRENADA B.W.I Luxuriously furnished, Bathrooms to nearly eve. Bedroom, Two Lounges, Super Views, Best Residenlii. M a n el Car al very %  "osonable rates-alfo Oulbom Motor Boat, when not on i ;lieduled journeys to besA DOUBLE BEDROOMS from $10.00 to $14.00 po *! inclusive of Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner ($5.00 to $7.00 per person) SINGLE BEDROOMS-from $6.00 to $700 perd* i !" ., '?. cluslv e of Breakfast, Lunch, Dinoa. LOCAL BOOKING AGENT: Ralph A. Bear., Bs+ wood Alley, Phone 4683. I Dee. 49 LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 1*. ...IK.tMn at BUKICK AUSTIN ..d Si Jo^ph (Qr pwml^ *' to Mil Spir.i.. Mall u.uon, Sx ii ."u^a soar of 1 •!,.., ..ii mna i"^.T buuaa> th*M Laos, as BUM aas.,„ Dninu, IMB To Ih. POUc. M..I.U.,. DHI r •aM WlliJAli KB.O. roc Applkani "a-", .aauc.iwr, win .. roiai0. !" a .1 a Ucnjrna CMrt lo be MM al DUlrkt T on TKMoa, to. •• Jaaaant IMS a. lT%M.k. J H %  OW.RDfl. eollc HaaMral, p.. TRAINING (a) On Thursday, 5th January. 1050 at 1700 hours, there lull ta a Parade l ( .r all Ranks of Ihe Regiment (bl Then.will be N.C.O. rahl nary cUss .1 1700 hours on Tuesday, 3rd January, 19.50. OBDIILT OFFKEK AND SI RJEANT FOR WEE* ENDING JAN. 54 Lieut T A C.illens 2H3 S)l Peterkin. C. C. Nel fse Dulj -ll E R. Goddaul III Sjt Haynes. G I AFPUINTMtNT Th. Commanding OIBcr I. |,lud lo aporove Ihe appomlmenl 1 Jan 50 '" "" ""'"" UnP W U C SCT ''" *•' M. L. D. SKEW1S-COX. Maior. SOLE. B Adjutant, The Barbados Regiment. NOTKl. All interastea personnel of ihe Regiment are notified that Foot, ""•'" helm, on Tuesdsy 3 Jan. 50 at 1700 hours. It is •lao notmed thai the first Inter-Coy Football match will lake place at 1.00 hours on Friday S Jan. 50. HEAL ESTATE AGENTS AUCTIOIOaaS DIXON & BLADON Lt Cmdr Q s DIXON, OB E J M BLADON, A.FS (Eng.). sf.R.S.I, AM I B E Conneetioru in I K CANADA — USA. Before buying, examine our clen.ive u. u „f high sslta sroperty and land located in all anus. a*" PUnulion. Building. %  & i k i and Friends fl ZHappy Wew 'year %  I E C CARLTON Hiiim \ \ %  Wholesale f, Retail S {gj Druqgial an { %  j 136 Roebuck Si Dial 2rJ13BB BMSHMKUMMMMI 1950 FURNISH GOOD and THRIFTY ll Will W r-*u* t„ Furr'Bh \ND TirniFTY f-ora \n* %  SUB 'hinsi w hate for >o.i hsfay Mahogonv or Par afalataad. Mont daalgna. S urn Pui. ;uin*iled and railed and penMled har*robe*. Dr*M**r rtobea agtd I inon Proaae* Vanllie* and Dr*Me. m 40 M.le.„,d ore-. fnajf ^wnioc, %  ,ttm •* M Du.iiul and I'UMheu, Tablei %  l-rlcht. Arm Tub an.l B-cki %  „ ( '-1fafafa %  „ : ..,.. %  %  I rt aB u a r da and Uqu*. CaLS. WILSON Trafalgai' 84. ... ntu < IB Season's Greetings — nOkV YOU* JEWSLLKH V. DEUMA & CO., LTD. 20, Broad Slrert Those 41.44 '-%  ''V-v^v J VA.v,v,v, v v ,, j WjV MAY ALL HAPPINESS Be your, during the Christmas Season, and may U ear l50 be one marked Indelibly in your mataoO — year of Success, Expansion and Achievement LET US HELP YOU To attain this Success. Contain t'uring Ihe CoBiM Year to give us your Orders for all tnanaer ol •*o,. .a klnd „, Fac|0 Supp | l4fc or •ny Hem of H ardware y ou may retire And now may we extend lo vou ihe Season's Greetings wilb .11 our customary sincerity:— X Prosperous SWew ^ • THE HAHHADOS I Of VWI *** White Park Road St M****'



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^r SUNDAY, IWI1RV I, |M -I \!).\Y AUVOt IT] PAGE Kllr Mr. and Mrs. Zilliboy Shinhag Throws a Party "Ah—iv !*et nl you to m i so much richer ud Beau BrumnMU at poUUcal etiquetti thi' dash *itn the wbtlety oj .i Tali %  %  dimerrt of th Christ Iril Mr. Harold Wilson so right in hU vn'w that all Torla hould be barred from thi turban,.ovei there Jungle Has Swallowed Ford's Rubber Empire Bv RICHARD DVII1 1'AHA. BRAZIL, (By Mail) The ilrpam of a rubber empire, upon which the late Henry Port (pant more than $15,000,000. has been swallowp by 'lie tangle of the Amazon iungle. This plantation, near the JuneH .ion of the River Tapajoi with talntd In crQee-braaatn the woilil nan shrd 'Mr Foril mhnihns become overrun and neflected to conquet in the few year, since the Ford the ravage) Company experts bumed their re[ can leaf disease" on rubber trees 10 tinnotion. Dr SumJenny Lee.: ,*h„ S e osband. the ...ur Then Ml Bavin, combining all linej Dener.il-.towl i William. AND Merlinceounl of r le and I.Ma pause in politics 71 C-.( • s* • 1 ua vvi.1,1, ne reason o/ Anxious Consideration with goodwill loe. hi ill s thrum basis. The Chancellor wants one bethe B II '•' %  PudKfi is to be a good B rill tune to be, so to speak, a *d BudRct. a tough Budget, Khu h % %  e nanj %  Bui massive BrtKSl Bevln i lam to prefer Ji M B 1 ibour has done belt at the thi flections of 1929 and 1498 The number of Let THERE At this reason should M towards men But il is not. II llled with what the lenerat would call "ana i fc.en.n>OM. RFPI'BI IC EUROPE ** QULANA 1. 00 p.m. I 1.00 p.m. I I A i 11.45 a.m. I 00 p.in 1.00 p.m. 9.00 a.m. 1.00 p.m. 2 00 pin. II .45 a.m. %  'I in) ., :u g IK) ...111. 1.00 p.m. 11 45 a.m. 2 00 p.m. 11 43 a.m. 9 00 a.m. 11 45 a.m. 11.45 a.m. 11.45 a.m. 1 00 p.m. 9.00 a.m. 1.00 p.m. II 45 a.m. 11 45 a.m 9.00 a.m. 1.00 p.m. 9 Ml a.m. 11 45 a.m. ... %  %  % %  M Wednesday I Saturday I I % %  i ... Saturday %  Satm oaj r.if. %  .(., %  Friday I %  atardaj Mondav I %  %  I Saturday Monday Friday Wadneadsj Saturday % %  .KITAIN I MART'" %  r NBW BAJ ST. THOMAS V I ST VINCENT renada) %  %  %  %  I .00 p.m. 9.00 a.m. I1.4J a.m. %  •I 00 a.m. II 45 a.m. 9.00 a.m. i %  %  %  I %  %  Saturday Wednesday Monday Friday I Wednt adav Saturday I Tuaaday Wednesday Saturday Wsdnsa laj Wednesday %  ii.t unsettled. I W i note that a lawyer Mi Mark Jol] Sai Hartley, In his recenl itatemenl the Attorney i % %  land II the propeof which %  u\ partlcu* Hnltn elearli no partjnrlar raasjlflatn need he la i i -n it.' Tw s 0|*|M*il*si .. lodZkni up whgl i i meaning i the word! He was tii^i Section M %  %  'As a matter of (a la* ami llu aaihoal Mda BUI and rrtrr* BS ihe rou-tliv< iecfa sd le %  paMtteastr rndllUlr-. fral'e Heerly If I rnsq the Attorn %  % % %  i H iv dlffaCull enoi.iiii %  o do whw -. lew rrom Mi %  i ne, i ihould no] %  eould do b H to what hell plref \ pi..-.! i. HI. Nr-w Vrur to M. Startling Predictions In Your Horoscope Your Real Life Told Free i urn •< %  ; i I uiida Taboi lndi- moil lai oui Ai'rviloO wha it ih* xtrds and pulled out. Old Henry Ford, always persecuted by his mania for complete independence in every phase of the automobile building industry, sent his men to the Amazon in i itahHah an experimental rubber plantation that would assure him of freedom from war shorlaRes and rival monopolies They went rtrrt to Fordlandla. more than 100 miles up the Tapakn from its confluence with the Amazon. Hacked Clearing Here they hacked a clearing from the jungle and started a plantation in which they intended en eross the Hevea Braslleiru" .' Ith ma highi> productive rub4 the |M indies. The Brazilian variety, never | OIR producer, even in the days of the l.r.i/ilian rubber boom at the turn of the century, had the ad4 being resistant to heat and insects. Bui the Tbrdlandia experiment ifter ten tough years, had to be abandoned. The laud did not lend itself to rubber culture, and cross-breeding of the two plants never produced the expected rubber results. Ford technicians in the meanwhile had sun-eyed an arta of almost 1.000.000 acres near this and in 1932 the ilr.-t u> %  ta ll atloPS .'ere begun here The next five yeari Knnil.mdi:. was abandoned gradually and the experimental plantation vrai %  noveri completely to Helterrn Indian plants. Easier Tn Harvest The only real advantage ob' "ned I *periment planted trees are nnirh harvest than those encountered haphaiardly in the JUI.K.. rubl)er > icld of the Ford plantation trees ueh better than those grown wtld la the %  %  . %  The Kurd Company u to abandon the experiment in 19-4(1 but heM out duruag the wai when East Indian shoi; other rubber rush to the Amazon Basin. Until IMS, the vast experience U %  proved C to the Rubber l>evelopment Corporation In us attempt "ii lubber production. I the R !)i' failure wa indicative of the Ford e> In the l>est year, when the rubber ttevelopinent experts predicted :on.ii00 tons from the f Amazon BftMDI J .he millions of American dollar? only 17.000 tons i than the normal Araaaou prpducti the AmeritSHM arrived Venture Abandoned %  and Of the war, the nuhbar Davesotanent Corporation venture was slwi rt do n ed r L_ illy. ilUituximu ii" ''•-Iill*hr* tnh lip. i' tU*. Hlnft-wnrti, I'norlnata. Acnt). ilarfchaani.. | |i|.noh< ~ "•n't lot .. Knl -llli %  rlor nnd eamaa I mi Hit* nw pel*nii.' w.v. and .Liu t Ut II l.,i .. ... A Mew Discovery Nliedwm i an Mnimeni t it. r CrIt II I mm It's Still Communications By Mr. P C Donald Rowson, Drew £ Clydtsdate Ltd. London. Conununiuitions stone df any progress. Surely the %  port is to ensure direct and regular mail, passenger and ;LI rgo facilities to every Colonv. Uld it be impossible to Will h) direct, regular British 4 plane, such Colonies So M Are. 1 8.51)8 iiiitish Somalllai I.8.UIHI lliatisli 9 11,500 Mauntltu 782 h 156 1.382 Sarawak .7.071 VII Butch Virgin 11 :ui4 St. l.uria 233 St. Vlneeni 150 Granada 133 Gilbert It Ellice blah l173 ii'liea 4.373 Cayman lllandl 76 '•land. llll Si Helena 41 38 What would be the late of the, 'oatrMiU i i it nasal -i u own, and 'leu denj thorn propel i racilitiei .ipable of icing group i I ran We, bul many could I* aerved by xistniR regular steamers that, at present, by-pus* them, It certaindocs not spell piugresa when Id** that the Caribbean Colonies had better sea comniuniolions tt-fore thc Boer War. The Merchanl Venn,:, i i osts and trade one. Later, when trHiinpoit %  %  %  nitiy can all afrord %  loai on transport. provided they make up the loss by ni by the i i mmonwealth ShlppiBg Committ %  call for the estahhshiu.nl of '• libbenn snipping MI vices. This 'ml supports the demands of:— l The Watt tr* over 78 I The West Indian Hoyal Com' Report, i93. 3 The Stockdale Report. 1940. 1943'4. i The Macpbereon Report, 1941,2. 1945/6. A Ym Happy and rrus|ir| Mllv run 5. The Caribbean TOUI 1946. s The Deveiopmenl nferenee, L04g M> own Caj 1948 ilpa thai -ne wanted, not Reporti The pn cent regularly passigb the Pantrna .liiuicnt induee' %  i i %  an di velop %  i Sugi.r The following trade position with the Caribbean lugau produc* '.'48 is significant; British Caribbean ColOI s.000.000 and bought fiorn IIl'21,000.000. Cuba and Santa Doin i. 000,000 and bought from IIIKKHI. Tin.' WO I 1^ millions —in doll.u to pu Cuba and Santa Domingo nuances, foi it oui owrt Colonl ei an %  i prcehu 'UK. They sell their Mirpli l 'hen buy their own requirements with the Dollars we have provided—from in I S \ Surebj bulk buying* ivkKed lot mutual HatUng" Hut the anomaly doe. not end at this. To culttVatt Ha Sugar they .iiii1a. %  w h ua Mr. R %  i •ai n i niittui.'. l i —1—1 m> %  'hH..(.nd day. Alt ih >ktn %  t %  %  %  . Satisfaction Guarnnieed ; 1 %  i""K in tlio mirror I VISIT the beauty jpot of the island I:IN.I; u \n II IIOI I I HA IIIMIKIIA rected modem hotel is situated In the 4 the island. TELEI-HOM M -Til ui: M -i i:v \ riovs %  % %  > ' VcfJ w rim i Bar m if J aai Ulifallon, Lurk; TIIIIN SScknaM r%t have aStaU a.>\ .ducalrd am.it I ha otld -vrt OILOMit MACKEV ot New York i>. •itht. To pofuUrla* hi a ayiun. Tnborr • %  DI Mr Of Mia. addr—a and dale r all rMul; ar.IMn itio—y wa,iiud lor Am.. %  loatas* etc.. but mm SlaMi.p. or i n.unUU and Othajr b aittaod ai II. >our aifcin Write now aa thia ofl may not oe mod* .*iti Addrraa PUNDIT TABORK (Dept1IS-B>. U|pm r.r)rti etroot. BMnbay M, India Potiaat U> Inali* la as. 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PACI. -IMI 1 \ SUNOA1 unotATE SI NDAV, JAMJARS L / \IM\I; miII I Ml .-II Will Today's Youth Sit Through This \\ agner OperaV ll \cill' I .nil us -l WVAl I \M *T I. IM "Seek Peaceful B.B.C. Programme HRC Programme Methods" Say Chan #' s r "„ Peace Men M'U Yew l.ilkv MUM. WM WITH it.. From I WASHINGTON. r rtielntar-AiMi United ; % %  — • %  % %  • "hole ranging from M !" ".;'i 0 "! %  %  nd ralurnmc to vanishing; softand Cuba, tod.> "' '„'" ,""•" % %  OH. This MM. and mlnlcan Republic (or handing f~J*T !" u [, s -'" uus ; %  l ibodied mowmfnt an I President WW poaren ( inat ,' T W um tiuru W*.; rid Tannbauaai I tone, had new i Cuba gramme which used to D ith before, it was the conjuran sent a note to the Dominican on Thursdays at 8.00 p.n •his coor ,r lion into sounds of a drama titai Wpoal uf Mondays at „.uv p.m.— large The Flying Dut ittfl Idea first of all expenrm i Ittlng dls*> n w OB the air on Tuesoay: %  I by an imagination which was visual and dramatic as it v the e\i ervea of the musical %  Ad to UOO armed force OtUj 0.00 p.m. TheMonday bro*_c__. if under armed attack and recallis at the same time as lormeriv. M or %  >• H w Y " pm Rad %  liua-Bal l — TJI-F T.aT-iB > I m News An*l\.' •!..• Opera < a m I 10 a m Prosramme 8 M a.m. We be* to Differ t am Clow Down. 13 Moon The New* 1110 pm .•'1 New* Analyw 1313 p.m. Black Manic -.. list pm Sunday Service 1 Britain HSpnt Pad,.. New* reel I 30 i rUv a Lauah I r> n T Horn* New* From Britain a II p m Music Mattailne .\J0 p m. Portrait i>l Ulanbui. I .IS p m Liaht Mu*ic 3.SO •i m Tha Cant 4pm Tnr I p.m. Interlude. 4 15 pm Pavilion Play**! I I.JO p.m. Sunday Half-Hour 4 SS pm Epilogue. 3 pm. Variety Bandbox. 0pm ^nigrammr Announce menu05 pin. In I icrlude. SIS pm. Trom the Children'. Hour. 4t p.m. Small Band Muw 7 p m Thr New. 7 10 p.m. New. Aiulv.i, J,|| Caribbean Voice. 7 4'. p m A Mr>. pm R I 10 p.n The last time LotM presented on an ambitious seal. %  1 Covant Garden was, I think die occasion when Sir Thomi, Eeecham turned to tha i of the "boxes" and told them : i ease talking: during tbt 11 Ins fsmOUfl "Shut an during Lohengrin.' i ivitainly should have been, because the whole burden and moVari of the opera'.* story warn us of the line coneequi talking out of place, though, in bo wished to know her own The Inter Americj em Garden it will I people of • '.hrough the great extant I 'he departure of the last %  see. For ili MT, length let if took0D the pap reason wh> %  unusual patience and I BAMi ii MPO the whole Of 1 po i haven*! |g through'' the | lately, but I think I am right in UH gpari%  %  Lobefig) %  %  b %  %  betantiat. a ham was not solid but Huenl %  1 %  %  %  %  | i nay necessary. Newanwl. BIS p.m. Tom Jonea Trio S.30 m Sunday Service p.m The MaWi 10 pm Home Kcm Prom Britain SI* m. Life In Britain %  30 p m Tip-Top unaa 10 p m. London Fitum 1030 o i>. Bjr'l a Uuih 11 pm Tha New. nig the fact uiat the American New programmes tor tat I TKTI: hn.i formll\ renoutMOd ers will include extracts from tit-' war. winter Promenade Concer; aauttominican President, Refel son which will run trom January recently asked and rew to i\ at the Albert Hail, ui,. l er from his Congress to the BBC Symphony ...r on any country which under Sir Malcolm Sargent %  nn h-considered was harhouri.ig plotBasil Cameron, 'british Conce/i blm Ai Halls'shll continues tut is now ;, I ''' < n Thursdays at (J00 preparing a new attempt %  .,, Thc Dr oadcast on the Stn -I e Republic CObl denied the charge nnd t ra conducted'bv Sir John" BarJ?"c Trom Grand~rtolel I p m SciJnc. sorrrv ol Sfto Mr. „.„„,. In lh nel „ ol „„,. %  !.',.V7,.,i'i So"'2^"n": 1 ...,li ,„,„„. lhcr( wi ,| ^ e lcs u( D m Horn. H.w. Trom Bnuin. 1.11 p.m I. ImOM to lut, wf have to iirtnu. dent TmJlllo'K move as "cntirrl. |j gnl dasjilcal conccrls ov CW % ^* rl Bvi*w 3 30 pm London Forum. ...is.a.i.wom.n ptrhoi. I prUto" to ,t, „ %  .: %  ., ,„,, UmbIrt ana lV PhHhw iTthTul I2?&fi£?i23£' not goinp too far and beyond a enees arising anvmg Americnr n itural and excusab'.e curiosity, MONO41'. JAMAUT •.. ItH 7 a m Tha News. 7 10 a m Nw* Analvi7 IS a.m. Listenen' Choice. 7U a.m P!a. or Intereit R a.m Trom the Edl tonal* BIO am. PrtMframme Announcemenu. S.1S am Miwir [ nanrina I a.m. Cloae Down. II Noon The Newt 13.10 pm. New> Analynp I1.IS p.m. Pro Jan. will lC by the Hallf, UrchcWpmmm Announcamenn 12.11 SI P< trie. husband's name and whence he rommittee was set up in 1940 at ^'f which ,attcr is t0 * %  me the Havana meeting of Ai H Foreign Miti tai peaceful w'tlement of Inter-American tli>DUteS Reuter. Orchestra and the well* 15 j.T 8 **T .. Ser,n lL 5 p ,,„,..,,_ ,,, e- Choice S.IS pm Proaramme Anravouiite, 'Music Irom the %  of humour was %  r| of the keenest. To love and nqueslioningly was for h m fal the moment, "the tiayn Ii li, he dmmatised in hi) i ami and music dramas tome |< t i M emotional experience o i | actual life When he wai f L. %  r : : | Minna (hi> M wife l. not without a point o! ew that claims our kyi eined about ,tli" ii|K>n which Wagner had set rth. NO COMI'ltoMIM %  Id not go on repea u er in the ordinary tr... i i Id. as an artist he never laaMty Ha quick!. %  itgrew Itienii and Tnnnhau*o • %  terrible travsJ .ad him to the truly H %  rk Who will blame Minna lhal she :i inaUtute Ii on Saturday's at 9.15 pm.. with L*>uis Levy and Us Orchestra The former is also on the air F.O. Disapproves Of Press Ban In Nigeria LONDON. I" Restrictioni Imposed local!) bj A'iniinistrV.i m elieve that th< nevmanta. S.JO p.m. Interlude 5 30 Place* of Intareat S 41 p.m. Accorn Interlude 0 p.m. Mini up the Cur> 7 [w. The New. 7 10 New* Analy7 IS p.m Callinathe Went Indie*. 7.43 William Kramik. • P' Radio ......reel SIS p.m. Let'. Make Music .... Saturdays at 8.15 p.m. New t.pm The New. t 10 pm Home New. monthly, fortnightlv and other r "" n B"""" %  P %  "• hcience Review programmes, at dates not yet ar*&"^the affiK nounced, will include an economic pm Eva Backe 104s commentary on the sterling area BOSTON"'"* pm Th N W The first of these will be entitled WRUL IS2 MC. WBIW n : Sterling Value' and can be heard ,: A. Inesday next. 4th Januarv at 10 45 pm. Tl'CltOAT. lANlASY 1. lOU V'w Year's Bve Ihniugli __„ %  ... ., ,. %  7 m The New7 10 a m New* Aiial*. n.l. EyCM I 7IS am Northern IreUnd LlBhl i)r Next Thuradav C f iTr^mwmSStXf^f m ^" Britain'—the weekly „,„,M aasmiMsnaBia 8.U an. survey of the contempi.:., .1 tk. 1 ...n ciw Down ,. alightb £ Instead of the trio of Jonn MelISM pKsa TIP Top Tune. 1 pm. cm th calf, Tony Brown and A E. T \% n ^-^^JS*a *"' Hciiiy. you will hear a number cf P n Kama New* Fn> I .'!iai bruadcosters givii:, ^I^TJ.*" their impressions of NCA V CZECH MARKETS PRAGUE. Dex. 31. Czechoslovakia today reduced ket food prices by an average of one-fifth and free iiarkat prices of clotl T.ie cuts were announced today Minister of Commerce, Francis A 1 fa p ui wi.h 1 .M be taken on*i Clothing coupons, previously | %  mployed peop.e, 1 %  1 one. but! l rich" and those H 10 • %  State" may be .ud forced 1 buy on the fee market, whete, ire RUI high. Krajcir estimated that | vould save consumers .000,000,000 crowns l n the —Reuter. Important'/ LONDON. Dec. 31. Soviet periodical "New in I now year article by Moscow Radio ,oday said the most important event of the first half of the cen.'ury was the birth ol the Soviet L'nion.Reuter r GLOBE THEATRE The Management of the Globe regr e ( the inconvenience occasioned by 0Ut Patrons in securing tickets and sea^ or. our Local Talent Show on Friday 30th December and wishes to advise that tickets for our Talent Show or Friday 6th January will be on so]. I K The rimef' luoted No* %  A.I\ s*,.ire hi' mi redlbti mil %  %  %  in an rxisjnai drarl 111 Lohengrin is made tn MJ 'Though the %  %  H all believe ud i ban on %  I I there is one who do I e wile i love and er! Oh! I he witnesNC-h 0 :< h "ill rkauM in modiIV .itior, o! the r> %  % %  n innounced froa Aamara, these robibitton on the diicussion by local ncuspapers of the future of the country, due V be settled by the 1'nited Nations of the %  laSoiollo 10 pm The Daily Sen p.'i. Haul Temple and theMadli tKSt. SIS pm Prucia %  Hinirmtnli S 20 p.m Interlude i 30 p in. Generally Spaakinn Ml Macpharion al the Theatre Oman 0pm From ihe Third P't-iumn*. 7 pm The Nr-i 7 10 p.m. Nrwi Analvl*. 7.15 p m. i Bel 7 43 p.m 1.1-tier from l.on don 0 p.m Radio Newireel 1.15 p m I .-.If. to pleu Nl V I R llr.Akll 111 I OKI %  tin wonderful music fore peetsrit] .oneiating judge leing of course i I oiuion I v)in>s Service llt'aw II(MMIS Mil BJG. S> Irom luge I %  %  %  i %  uebodied men or .,;-. while Hi rjs marke 1 reach were %  %  %  Hamwiki T ilae i the Ls*astal < ilae of %  lions u meas'ni| that ever capped b .infill %  % %  ill) the rent the fact %  through th River lt> I able .itro|H'Mustlj4'4*o,i.(' VHi^Siii^Murkil Zeeland i \ii Paul Van Zealand, Belgian 1 Hraign Ml itaon lor > i %  i i %  "pei %  tton, %  i net again "Europe .'.iii oi %  Mai) I RSl uitiini %  : %  : ,. i krulrr t NO COMMENT WASHINGTON it. 1 i. asked to cornmanl to-day decision to i '•. e Ch i n ese Coranuailsta rap&ad No comment I These reatrtctloni do not accord with normal Brttfsfa Nations of %  Vasdorn Of the Press, and were heing strongly criticised In London political quarters '. Reuter. Lloyd Line .teaches India Rcater. ROTTTODAU, Dec. 30. The Ned Lloyd UlM estabUshaa lointlv about a >e the Royal Kotterdani Llovd and the Netharland (Mean %  hip Com pany. has been extended to take "i lndi.ni i Drtj u „ ,,, '' wai h.ii ned tonight The Ned Uoyd Liu. eperateti between the Qull ol Mexico. Up to the United States eastern „ M tne Atlantic and through the Suez i lanal to the Persian Quli The Rotterdam Lloyd 8,099 ton steamship Drenle, ll the tlrst aiiiu nl n the extended line from %  owe al Call utu (aftei ., ,.,. %  Koweit on the (VIM,,H CM; •' nary 1. Kenter Eve 111 l-ondon. They will describ'. their visits to the pantcsnlne aajd circus, and give the news of the West Indian's London. The) will i>e on the air at the regular time of 7.16 p.m London Forum A Special edition of 'London Souvenir* Forum' will be broadcast on Sun*![' P 0 I lhp J( it iv. 1st January During the pas' Lnht orcheatra IO p. .MI this programme has dealt jf_ji* %  >.." %  ith the important historical u „'' Of the year. This first oroadcast of 1950 will review the ••vents of the past twelve months and look forward to 1950. Vernci Ml', who has freciuentlv been chairman of 'Ixwidon Forum* will describe the principal trends of the year, with illustrations from past discussions, and try to show where these trend* lead us *l,ondon Forum.' INJURED ELEVATOR CRASH HOME. Dec. 31 Fourteen people were injured 1049-1950* will he heard at 10.DO when an elevator crashed >m. on Sunday. 1st January, Marshall 69 WASHINGTON. Dec. 31 i,.-uci.il Qe irsje Marshall, lorn Bet retarj M State eeW ra*< Irfhday quiatly today at his home %  ( rmehiirst. North Kruler. II t: c i > si Pi-i. i mo -linn • a %  LONDON, lie Last working day of thc yea; In Loatdoo stock '"rhanai brought a arava of %  peculatlva mlaraal to overseas issues. Oerman and Japanese loans were marked hi| support el i amona BrasUlan boaidi Mexican light ud Powi harnly higher BriUsh lundi wert fractionally • t indus'i. in oib Msxlcai M. %  were stead] , ml f()ll| II Mi Mi. l,.o U added In reply to lhal Htm i cow %  eeplng the Bute D> i %  .„".,,''" ..i ,—Renter LIBERATION ARMY S TASK LONDON Dn Jl i munlfi I'.tn. RrHUT. "•13 Mghtr i. The; ry Tin e •"•"OOLDR vr, CCAXBD TOW ..ACE ^4SJ By Jimmy Hado BUT GINCE THEY SOT T M E NEW 1 %  JATOMIC SLX-HB HASN'T LET HER DRiVE rABDONOTME BLOCK... *N0f JILPSM too a>v\iow.. 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S ii n v Tennym Km n %  %  iirani %  %  %  Attlee Faces 1950 /// ir.imt Hear I . %  %  Hv called on the %  Jubilee mentous, lUenging time *' would %  Ethi I di the reti %  rnment, 1 ,. |he face of unpn 11 vi i From the ui 11 Its of both then %  ; %  ei ob* • mi their -ion.. %  for the comini j eer i in public fit\ S..: %  %  %  I -"• %  'i IBM with ipple fritu bumptn of hoi "Bu :.,.%  made Midnight Mum will incoteFACED WITH BUDGET DEFICIT OF $5,000,000,000 By PAUL SCOTT KANKINE WASHINGTON, Dec. 31. 'J'HE United States Congress is expected to make drastic cuts in American aid to foreign coun tries in the new session opening here on Tuesday. A b'tter debate is forecast over Government re quests for funds for the third year of the Marshall Plan and re armament of the North Atlantic powers. Proposals for assisting under developed ireas of Asia, Africa and South America were also expect ed to come under fire. Rescue After Two Years? i *\oi:-inrn RS it the world o and i sins. %  i %  • mined ihul it %  r yea mil never return — Keuter • on pace 12 •Clear The W reckages" >NN, DOB. 31. %  i %  i b> ill w mlnuli Ml %  I %  %  We ta %  ml G< %  %  %  i —Reulrr Sunniest Year Since 1880 %  180. OffVc%  %  %  her WM consist*ly sunny, worm %  fid i | I IB %  ( ince 12H .. M rim e WO. April brought the Mgheal %  prll tempi I %  .)ui> 3 bul ii .light up the Rcui.r "Fight For Peace'" Says Wm. Pieck BERUN Doc. 31. i ovei lent of in. Republii i %  i HI tha unit." w %  I the AI Bittllng ;iiui m %  %  I %  i front %  fpubllc for th' whole of G i %  -, i i loci — Heater Cooperation Must lake Firs! Place — Adenauer %  %  %  etto] %  .. %  %  I %  -. %  %  ,. Qei 11 VMI. %  .mi in win confld %  .. growing i : 1 HlBl tic man Step [ .. (he "first t: econonu 11 %  %  [uaeee, UM houi > %  %  4 %  Churchill Urges Tories To Combat Labour Lies Doctor Charged \\ iih Murder Bl Air ....w HAMPSH1R& D ,\ i.. waa %  mm %  ill coma I i Rrulrr Doesn't Like Jens Or Catholic N %  Bag the n one) o uld not be used "\ i *• %  or Lmoni arai paroved by Judi %  naj Duponi .,, 1M8. oui dis: of the Krulrr. H 'INCE QREE S SHAH 31 in. a %  II u b) Prino %  Dutch Foreign H aft 'or Rrulrr 100,000 Cermai a Returned Home %  IK IlasDefieit Of 622,170,767 N Britain tint %  that pet %  U tailed £2.388.42 H I 42,130 A IHR Inl %  financial i an .,ii UM i m.ooo.ooo %  Bj Man i> ;<; %  %  %  C3.777.7M I Meuter. French \>M-i:ilih ote Credits i %  %  \ %  %  %  %  I ilvilll 1 lanj months \\ esl Germans Gel Annies! \ %  i %  %  %  : %  Re let Peasants Praj For Lain! Slide To Stop %  %  %  %  %  %  —Rrulrr Longer Life For Man? NEW Vt K %  %  %  on i": the %  %  %  %  Ihaaini UM — l Rrulrr ) LON1 HILL tod .. .. .. Govei nnv action. Tbii %  %  %  %  %  %  %  End Of Rationing Efafl nol Relieved Headaches %  %  %  -.ii Fran* • i i i relieve IklRium h I lit ulrr. Revellers Dance In L950 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Four Policemen Injured In Clash %  %  %  %  %  %  in nj to ut 360 %  %  Kii'.r Czech W a\ Of ^Carriage i : n get marri %  %  the now %  %  %  %  %  Renter. Keep Cnmmttlnta Prom Formosa-Mfr ... %  %  %  %  % % %  %  %  %  %  Reatai I %  "l.lMMI. %  %  HIT Hut ,i nujortti I I I %  %  %  %  and million do he win make ouch . req -ilii• %  IOV%  Reduction Pavoaraat %  ran oui %  '.: %  % %  1 ..IS III Kill l I U pubii%  i f the ok %  I %  Idenl T u eini %  v %  %  i I . .. %  %  a> on pace II U.S. Polio Will Nol Mallrr LONDON D %  %  i %  %  %  tWKin romatt. Tha Realtor. Heavy Floods Hit B.G. Damage Estimated To He Thousands Of $ I % %  .-. '. N %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  'it while %  %  %  hlic. %  I I nitcht in On ih. Road hundrodi of he.i of carl %  %  %  %  ifnmont ID— on paai ensweek* Director I u Head I .I.S. %  %  %  %  W orkers Strike In Turin %  %  %  Kr ale r. Suspected Oiscover.os 0/ Uranium Reported %  %  %  Ml Y<> i;. ui about 1 Don IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT The Public are hereby notified that Effective JANUARY 1st. WE have been appointed Distributors for MORRIS, WOLSLEY. RILEY and M. 6. CARS. MORRIS COMMERCIAL Cars and Marine and Industrial Engines. FORT ROYAL GARAGE Ltd. St. Michael's Row PHONE 2362 MM


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SIX CBlfTS
Year 54.
U.S. EXPECTED TO CUT FOREIGN AID
Strasbourg Bells
King In Another
Half Century
LONDON. I)rr. ill.
BULLS In the Twelfth Century Cathedral n Strasbourg
mi nf |\iiki|m-""- will tonight chime :i new hall
century into million! of European bomea,
Tht- Council of Kurope's Aral attempt .11 au Internatlenal
Parliament, will i* broadcast greetings lor IAN through
Us leaden.
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Midnight Mum will in- cote-
FACED WITH
BUDGET DEFICIT
OF $5,000,000,000
By PAUL SCOTT KANKINE
WASHINGTON, Dec. 31.
'J'HE United States Congress is expected to make
drastic cuts in American aid to foreign coun
tries in the new session opening here on Tuesday.
A b'tter debate is forecast over Government re
quests for funds for the third year of the Marshall
Plan and re armament of the North Atlantic pow-
ers. Proposals for assisting under developed ireas
of Asia, Africa and South America were also expect
ed to come under fire.
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Two Years?
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it the world
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
The Public are hereby notified
that Effective JANUARY 1st.
WE have been appointed
Distributors for
MORRIS, WOLSLEY. RILEY
and M. 6. CARS. MORRIS
COMMERCIAL Cars and Mar-
ine and Industrial Engines.
FORT ROYAL GARAGE Ltd.
St. Michael's Row
PHONE 2362
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE
II
HIS Excellency th;- I
Mrs. Savage, clebrated
attending the
at the Royal Baibados
Re-Transferred
To Trinidad
George Hutci..
SUNDAY. JANUARY {t ^
Sold Out
TRIF.D 10 f*t into the Empire
Theatre on Friday night to
(he pnmlfn perfitrmanre- of
P ikv' hut the crowd
AOI
ATM TONIGHT TO TOMDM NHiHT AT 31
VIHOINIA MAYO
EDD1I BHAI KIN
" THE GIRL FROM JONES BEACH
with
DONA DTiAKE - HF.I.KN WI'STCOTT
A Warner Broa. IMrlurr
<;lobe m
TOMT: : t Ul pin. and cnnli
RoUdfdjn :it i and
"a (Dais with
ii -.
( UUIEN MIRANDA -
\ I
TONIGHT M s::o p.,. \i:mi.
and OfdiaiUa pliiy
I I I l.vr. \ win r,- \ ou (.11'
(1) Hill I < M J,.
(1) " hrtaMi
I I) S. -ii-, 1||| ,,( OM lav.mil M
<."> < alv|lvo >lrillf .
been transfam
j.ranch of Messrs. Cat, i
VViieU** IW.I.) Ltd. an-!
-n. n v n W A
Innving Business rgs to*
Ad Clubs did a thriv- Tnnldad about a year afl
ing business with dimu-i o srorkad wrlth tiv
night, as hardlv mj
had dinner at home All tin C
\ rj invitiiiK ami ..
Hm lining rooms wer.- all at-
1 at th.
aily stage, everyone wt. |
festive mood.
At the Windsor. Arnold Mean-
: Ml UttU Mranies pro-
ided music for dining and danclnr. was so den* w impossible to
ire until quite late in the * Ihr<"'Kh They were eom-
iveniftf. Balloons seemed to be P'"".* *ld out. nnd hundreds
cv.ivwhere. hundred.* of them w '"'"M iw.v Heard thai
hanging in clusters In the dining another lerrifi< rrewd we' there
room and in the lobby. Several ",m ' of the Hotels also had well
illuminated Christmas trees which Proof !
all helped mafce the scene a gay OIX thirty o'clock .dterday
** morning found several people
at Seawell to meet the trans-
Canada 'plane, most of them feel-
.v cold as the Sun slowly
DOS*d its way above the horizon
_ But when the passengers alighted Miss DOREEN GASK1N. who won
and Barbadians did it ,l0"1 ln' aircraft. wi;h their heavy the first prize at the first Talent
ly All over the island winter coats and clothing, they Night Show at the Globe Theatre,
last niBht and right on into the ^ade most of us feel almost hot This programme has become verv
tail\ hours of this motning cele- lust looking at them. 11 was popular with patrons,
hrations were in full swing. metering to note that while -, ,, D,
Al the Marine Hotel there were m tan pasatasjars left the plane at ne * rllCC
jlxnit five bars going. The dance ii. rmuda sod sawn were intranslt "DAH.1A1XJS was rwcommandaJ
floor was packed At midnight for Trinldsd. eighteen passengers D to us as the ideal piace lor
a rocket shot into the air; twelve go, ofT al Barbados certainly a holiday by Mr U tiugerald.
hmciuk chimes and the playing proof that we are enticing more onetime Manager of your local
>i Auid Long hyne ail signalled Tourists than the olher West Branch of the Canadian burnt 01
In the New Year
Meanwhile at the Aquatic Club
much the same thing was going
on, there were novelty balloon and
spot dances, the lights went out
at midnight, to switch on the New
At the Club Morgan there were
two orchestras, and between
Peter I cudb QaUinq
Happy New Year
{T WAS Midnight December 3:.
!94t*. time to
Ne
net
Ye
welcome in the
pia
Commerce." So said Mr. Fred F.
Macdermld, who with his wite
arrived yesterday by T.c A. to
upend live or six weeks at the
Ocean View Hotel Mr. Macder-
mld is a Lawyer and they live in
Saskatoon Saskatchewan.
c >
Midnifht Revelry
near the bar Almost every- on the announcement ot their en- /"tLEVIE GITTENS and his full
islands.
>
Congrats
CiONCRA'IOLa 1101*8 and Best
* Wishes to Mr. |>ed Toppin.
fei ot Air uncl Mrs A. H. Toppin,
tew Haven', Hastings, and Miss
joyce Johnson, daughter of Mr.
nd Mrs. Eric Johnson ot Grenada,
-eemed to be wearing some tenement last night
crai] looking paper hat, and
DOUM makers, balloons and people.
people making as much
noise as they possibly COUM
l cnioying this night of
blch is celebrate I in all
pa'rls of the world.
MR
rl
Married
D. N BENSK1N of Cod-
rington Hill, St. Michael was
married on Thursday afternoon at
Mt. Tabor Moravian Church to
Miss E. A Nurse, Assistant
Teacher of Grace Hill Girls
School
Ka orchestra wilt be making the
music tonight from midnight to
7 a.m. tomorrow, at the Midnight
Dance and Revel' at "Edgeton,"
Country Road, where Mr. J. Dal-
zcll Douglas will be host to a gay
narly
Actor And Journalist
Here
TTOl 1DAYING in Barbados for
Jtl about a month are Mr. .and
i Tcpper of C.
British Oil*
rived here recently by B.W.I.A..
and a: Hie Hasting*
fotel
m Tepper who is in the Real
^tfte busliiens In 0
ael and joiu-naiisi. He
,:;tes many articles to- the
. lUafa Guiana Press and is heard
l station ZFY. (leorgelown in
Dramaticr
A frequent visitor to the island.
-e said Ih.tt the service at the
Hotels was very good. It measured
up to many of the hotels in the
ji'* cities up north and should
a!t act lots of visitors.
Mr. Tepper said that he was
preparing three stage plays all ol
local talent in Georgetown and
hey will be presented t*> th It
public shortly after which It is
lied that tour will'he made Ol
t h e West Indies including
r.arhados.
Up For Two Weeks
Mr/ EVA SEARL nnd her
daughter Miss Dorothy Seari
of Caracas, Venezuela are now
spending u holldav in the island.
They came in recently by B.W.I A.
.nit two weeks and are
staying at the Hastings Hotel
Mrs. Searl is Secretary to the
Manager of the Grtce Line De-
partment in Caracas, while her
laurhtSJC is a Secretary of K.L.M.
Dutch Airlines.

MR. ROGER MIRO. orltfnallv
from Paris and now working
a* an Architect in a Venezuel in
Government Ministry, was in
arrival from Venezuela recently
by B.W...A.. for two weeks,
holiday and is staying at the
!,-. ngs Hotel.
JOHN GODI>ARD. who will load Barbados against British Guia*
Is a strong candidate for the Captaincy of the W.I. team *3 t
England. '
Toured Island On Bicycle From Carae*.
The New Runway
-l-MIKhJ
: ictlon Companies
itrlved M-slerday by Trans-
Canada. They were Mr. Thomas
Ml Cecil Dexter and
Mr Asley Colter, all interested in f,av ,rom Halifax via Montreal by
he aonatTUCtlon of the new run- T.C.A, to spend two weeks at the
way nt Seawell. ">cean Vlev Hotel
Jump and Jive
OHRKN'S Park House Jumped
with jive last night as pretty
airls. and Gents In their shining
dinner Jackets, danced in the
Nw Year. It was the Spartan
from 1937 to 1941 used to live Crlcket and Football Club's An-
ln Marbador arrived here yester- ui| nance.
Mr. C. B. Browne's orcnestra
pplied the music and merry-
Used to Live Here
MR. and Mrs. H. Ormiston. who
I
Finishing Touches
ZHappy
ALL
CV8TOOKH
and
WIl'XDS
PLAJSTATtmNS
im
Likes It So Much
MR. G p WATT, i Bond Dealer
from Montreal, who was
< ..nen In the building ad- here last year likes Barbados so
' N snHun and Co.. much that he has returned again
tttlng the fiiii,hlng touches for a holiday He arrived yester-
I t A and will be here
stood will open on Friday it ha- i ,. approximately one month. He
two very v. od ther u ill spend another month rldtinj
an- rows ol shelves runn tuj slot m ot the other West Islands."
two sides of the building, which after which he will be going on
by ne-t week prebablg' will i, to Morfel Africa and Europe. He
ll ready for the openlnt is staving ut the Windsor Hotel
day The Novelty Store,' us It
win i>e called i- i branch of th<
Modern Di Rave ye i
heard that they will sp
1 ho make
i ; 'Ii.'-"
-
'
Son And Heir
MIATIONS tO Ml
nd Mrs.
wer Greys',
Colin Thomas
i hurch ot
: belt i.n
Fngagement
in. Williams M Blaehmam,
.i.... H< i i u
Arohls
in ol Bprlni Osrdeo, Black
Rock
WE WISE rot ...
3 -
Staying On
MR. B, V D VBN u :
Holland and now manufai-
Igent for n number oi
European Arms with headquarters
.. Cam as, sme in hei
i
,ng on for about anoti
i two before returnlni I
it the O i
cs at
Expect To Return
A' TO p> og the i hruun u
James
Toohney, Jnr ( the Ford Mol >i
"f IVin.it.
lefl n,r Ii ion.m| by H W I A . -
. ToohtQ
i
of Louisiana. Thej wen
Ing at the Ocean Vien M
.xpect to return f,u ;, |,,i,.
Miss Toohey and aftas BBUtta
aro both school teachers In Aruba
worldni with the Standard Oil
Cosnpanj for the past i.
nuking and dancing continued
until the esrlv hours of this
morning.
Balloons and other decorations.
hung all over the Ballroom. The
certainly came In with
a swing as the Spartan Dance was
l rollicking success.
*
Baldwin's Secretary
Intransit
AJOK Denis Vaughan, Private
Secretary to Earl Baldv, -i
of Antigua, was an arrival on
Pi. i .y from England on the
<" intranslt for Antigua.
He Is DOW spending a couple of
days in the island before laavtn|
Mvlng at the Marine
Motel.
SKELETON
CHOS8WOBD
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Visitors Like Barbados
MR and Mrs J T V Watson
of Leeds. England, were
arrivals on Friday by the S.S.
' Gascogne". They are now spen.l-
Ing a short holiday here as guests
ing tor Antigua.
Head of the firm of Walter
Tempest Son and Watson,
iolldtCM of Leeds, Mr. Watson
?3 now on his way to Antigua to
^ain experience in a legal practice
there.
This is the Watsons' first visit
0 the West Indies and they are
o impressed that they would like
to live in Barbados
Enjoyed Holiday
REV. Clarence A. Lowe, :i
Barbadian now residing in
.he U.S.A., as Minister of the
Mrican Methodist Episcopal Zton
"hurch in Detroit, Michigan, rc-
urned home yesterday by air VM
Trinidad after spending abo-it
une weeks' holiday m the island.
He was staying with hi.
Ac. and Mrs. M. Morris 0)
'assage Road.
A*i old C'nmbermenan. Rev.
OWS was paying his Ant Vistl
i '.he island in 3" yean, During
i rtaj which he said a
be met many old Mends
ind Visited many places :
le was greatly impressed by the
ass improvements mads
land and spoke highly oi t'i,-
ispitality extended him.
VgISS MARY BAZSO. ;( ch.iol
AvX teacher of California, now
residing at Maracaibo, Venezuela
in a similar eap*
home on Thursday by B W
Trinidad after Q short holiday in
ind. She was staving at the
Hotel Royal.
Miss Bazso who arrived here on
Christmas Day told Canb that she
had an excellent holiday, )..
disappointment being that
too short.
Her hobbies are canoeing and
bicycle riding and during her
stay, she made ,t rive-hour tour ol
the island on bicycle. Leaving
the Hotel on Tuesday aftei
she rode to Powell Spring where
she spent the night. The follow-
ing morning she went to St Johns
Church, then Sam Lord's I
then the Crane, leaving there at
ntd-daj
at 1.05 in time for lunch,
This was nothing new I
Bazso as she was accustomed do-
ing a 200 mile stretch on
while at home over the
ends.
While in the Island, she did a
bit of swimming, sailing and
water colour paintings and thought
that Barbad' i ,(K,t
for a holiday.
JOHN REID III and M fc
anil small daughter Suna
all hen? from Venezuela Bd
slaying at Cacrabank lor hgi
day ^
Mr. Reld i, ihe Repraaaigk,
for Venezuela and a, Canboot
Area for B F. Goodrich CompK. I
Mrs. Reul Is frm Bonon. |
Tencherz on Holiday
Spent Chrutmus
V|R ALFRED BOYCE Jnr.
* student of the Caribbean
ruining College at Mat
UTIMd tn Trinidad by B.W.I A
it Friday after loandliui.
uh hi- parents Mr. and Mrs.
\lf.ed Boyce of Passage Road.
IV "
VmnKU
Iron. Chicago, Mi
'""l' Hiiladelpln
abeth Burm finm Mlnnai
teach at the American school of
Campo AltfrV in Caracas. Mrs
zarnall h
tari ago and she
pmuadtd the other twe
I'hey were
staying at the llastincs
Mr Ricards is .ho !,
there He i. the ReprawutJ,.'
tor Sales of Neal St Man, ft,.
Bincering Company. Ltd, of Sn
1 '-ii..miin. Trinidad.
3ahamian Provcrba
YET another book of '
i.hi intcri'st has been
"I by John Culmer, _
-I'li-ur of the "Kaaa
Tribune." who is now living a
Tin- time it is a coOaalBl
of Bahamian proverbs which lit
has dedicated to Eugene Dupota
Kditor of the "Naaaau Trtbaai-
The book is illustrated by Baa
I'eek. Copies are now tin their T!
to the Rahamtw.
<>
Comings And Coinfi
Vf R. and Mrs. Uale Smith, aat
i'l were married on Decemba
nth at Mrs. Smith's parents
m West Chester, Pennaylvaaia,
returned on Friday by B.WJA
along with Miss Barbara, Marlon
ter Nlckey Canby. dal-
dren nl Mrs. Smith.
MR and Mrs. Hugh Coxe aadl
son arrived from Jamaica
I'lirudad on Friday W
IS W 1 A. Mr. Coxe is Branca
Manager of B.W.I.A. In Jamaka
here for u holiday lad k
ii the Hotel Royal.
Silt EDWARD CUNARD left
da] by B.W.I.A. lar

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AND, OF COURSE WHEN
YOU NEED LIGHT FOR
THE WAY AND LIGHTS
FOR EVERY DAY .
- AJURT -
PHILIPS
LAMPS
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Geologist Takes Time
Out
E IVI" WII-I-IAM ItFI.I. a C.l,,-
S ITI H* ' th* Si, II i
||lon\uany in Vein
i.i.i II] h] II W I A. for n
V* at Hotel
Orlglnall) Irom England. Mi
*"" l>d been working m Vene-
'uela for the oast 11 ,
U.K. Horticulturiat
Intranait
ii P COBBALO, ., horucul-
tunat f KiibI.iihi was an
II) "ilransil tn Dom-
accompanicil by his
"an
'si l|iise
To Spend Five Weeka
V|R ANI1 MRS. W .1 hk ,
,, ,K A'"",". Virginia .re now
"I for about live waeka'
JM staying al Sea View Cueat
ixi.sui arauw.
I. The mane u made luao a rooe.
a. noon oaaoar I aaa m a
unaaw.
ta nua baot ux a n,
11. Are diltaraoa.
12. Belioid th, tkoclnnm* ji
' ScS^r^ S6jp
rST3 a aid a,o.
& asa-ato-ssi. w
r*ven or iHm < "*
ii- v.Zy J"*11 WBl*'i*o ssssau
ibiS i tta ** S
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I Mlflit lw MM to w. ^^^^
A.*>- la mwH
' They r provtrbUUv
If- boy u,w ^
MsMBM In Ufa*
} Human rat
IB- A ICatlt "HWra. Mas.
J .'amoua pau.ir attta
*Mlr*!y agnlaav
Tobago via Trinidad. He
la Barbados on Saturday.
Douglas Robbins was
i for Tobago j...lcrdiy.
a a
THE Misses Cynthis and Sri
Gn?en of Windsor. St Gsorr*
If'l Tor Trinidad by B.W.U
VJ i:s. Graham Rose, who *
^?1. uv.-d on the Rl I TCA
Plane that landed In Barbs*
i yesterday by It'A. ifl"
a holiday with **
MR E. s. Robinson. Chains*
of the Board of Directors*"
Messrs. Plantations Ltd.. and *t
H. A. C. Thomas. AsssiBhi
Manjgvr i>f the same iirro *
1 IT A y. slcrSay un a Stf
businaas visit to Montreal.
r
MISS (1 (iAGNON frm Ma>
treal arrived yesterday W
"C.A to join the Sccrenrisl m
the Marine Hotel.
M
MIRRORS
IMM BEVELLED
TMI'l.K-poliahed edien
AKl)ROBE-cUngul,r and d01I1, ,op
CUSS, CORNERS, MOVEMFATS, PLATES
R A. I BEACH and Mr.EJ
ll.inibecker from Baft*
wall yesterday was thu OnUrio, whose llrm exporta BsJ
^'nlcn I llogart of Oats. etc.. are here for one *
on a buaineaa visit and are aaT
log at the Ocenn View Hotel
ALSO
and REFLEX HINGES
LIGHT MIRRORS-24 & 32 02.
ri.in-lfcT lo MM
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THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
COTTON FACTORY LTD.
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SUNDAY, JANUARY I. 1M0
SUNDAY \DVOCATF.
PAGE THBEF.
Mi.W T.Ik
A British Film In Cold Storage
Here Is One American Market
one of the things they did not
auction a t Shepherd's Bush
StudK* ao* (UM* 'iml toriorn WBS
a 120.000 invisible asset. This
was Sydney Box's lasv G
borougn picture to be made he-
lot* the Bush doeed 0)
Traveller's Joy.
Goog'*' WiUhts jud husband
John MK allum starred in this
gcpjen version of the stage
Success wM Yolande Donlon
and Dora Kryan (who is nlso in
the play) supporting them.
But after many months Trav-
eller's Joy remains literally an
invisible asset on Mr Rank's
ledger For a clause in Hie con-
tract says it must not bo shown
anvwhere until ;he play's West
End jun finishes.
When the Aim production began.
that clause did not seem impor-
tant Bui' now the playwith
Yvonne Arnaud as star -has de-
veloped into one of those surprise
record-breakers, and looks like
running on indefinitely
So Anthony Darnborough. who
made Traveller's Joy for Mr. Box.
If going to show itie film this
week *o 'he one man who can Llfl
the ban. if he choosestheatrical
manager Hugh Beaumont.
The film-makers hope Mr.
Beaumont' will agree that there
is ample living-room in London
and the provinces foe both ver-
sions-
After all. Miss Arnaud and her
fellow players have hod the field
to ihernselves for nearly two
yeras now.
Censored Role
Shepherds Bush's last produc-
tion certainly deserves a break,
conaiderinc "s troubles-in-thc-
making. Thesis included a com-
plete .shut-down when John Ife-
Callum enveloped 'mumpsand
a series of skirmishes with the
censors over Yolande Donlan's-
part-
Miss Donlan told me recently
she had to remake so many
scenes, with blue pencilled
dialogue, that she wondered if
her role had not been censired
out of the picture bv now.
Disney's Ship
When W l" Disney went homo
recentlynone too jovial after
that Bobby Driscoll court ease
I he unwittingly led' behind I
i Year present to u number of
Denham Studio workers.
The present? None other than
the good ship Hispaniola. known
to every reader of Treasure;
Island. Disney had the famous
vessel reconstructed for his film
of the story. The picture is fin-
ished but me Hispaniola still
stands on the Denham set.
Because of this there will be
some weeks work next month for
pan' pf the Denham staffafter
the close-down of Rank produc-
tion there.
II; Harold (onwav
For Our Films
111 Milton Still I III 41II
have come to look forward to a
British picture as a stimulating
': tuning experience.
Since nur movies are in con-
stant and vigorous competition
i tt with Holljwood in this muiket,
WHEN bnth Hollywood and London are prematurely we cannot afford to discourage
digging the prava of the British film Industry, it is rel '> won audiences.
i discowr at least one mark* whan tha Lv " 300 pictures
vet beiiu lolled.
r | British ttlnuli the 500.000 members of Cana-
are to-day more popular, earning da's armed forces who acquired
and gaining more a taste for the British way of
than ever in their hit- life during the war.
tory. They have brought back with
00000 to
am between a null:'
million an Canadian
dollars annually if she can sup-
ply 10 per cent of this require-
ment.
But that means 30 quality pic-
No! only are they tieing shewn them fond and sentimental re- .Ures not mcrclv 30 hackneved
* I tin j.nxill imlnlluil nn.iaiu l-l.. ... ..( J. I ____I .... _".

.it the small specialised houses minlscences of England and its
which exhibit only foreign illms. people which have awakened
|Mn are now 116 Ode-i DtW ciriosity about our irslUu-
aomc of ihem as lux- Mont, our custom-- and air
and spacious as anything
in the West Endwhich can com- British films have also a spe-
! prtejm even terms with the beet rial appeal to the laan-aae ^,;n,.;; ,lf p^n to pimuco
.-inemas associated with the youngsters just finishing second- Biue Lagoon The Window Bov
'large American companies. ary school. Graduating from the ,md Wheutcv* Galore
Record Hrrakinu cowboy and bubble-gum
Before the war a British 01m P'cture-goers, their taste has y%tot in 4joor
second rate imitations of infer!
American films.
They do not all have to be ex-
..' pioductions like Hamlet
and Red Shoos but they must at
cast have the appeal and mtel-
A HAPPY AND PPOSPEHbOSNEW YEAH
TO OUR PATRONS AND FTW9
WE THANK YOV /or you Patronage in the ikjsI
year*, and assure you thai we in'snJ 'o give vou
the best of fc'nferfainmenf for I9SG.
ROODAL THEATRES-4ribbu
EMPIREOLYMPICUOXYROYAL.
EMPIRE
To-day to Thurs. Mat. & i phi shows daily.
over here had about as mucli
COMPUTED BUT NOT rOB
G**9 WMen eW Jotw MtColfom in
SHOWING r*T
i sccm '/orti TttniNtr't lor
iiu-nui lights went out
Ni
and Red Shoes are discussed
i very where, and they will earn
as much as such record-breaking
box-oflea American successes as
Uest Years of Our Lives and
Gone With the Wind.
production--** .Btatree-of Cap- that Rattlgan comedy wh.ch_.tln. ,^tgJkggfrfZi
Another Hollywood company, glory to the banks of the Avon
Warner Brothers, have heard Not Anxious
about thai' ready-made craft. Aim Later in the year Ralph Weherd -
they are temporarily in Uie sail- Bon may make another him. But
ing business. They are to begin no:, it seems, Love in Idleness-
lain Horatio Hornblower, with Lunts played here and in New
Gregory Peck as C. S. Forester's York.
Nelsotuan hero. Thereby hungs u sad little Mle.
Director Raoul Walsh, who is When Myrna Loy and her pro-
coming from Hollywood with ducer-husband. Gaoa Mar**),
Peck, chinks it's silly to build a were in England this summer.
new shipwhen one is to hand, she said she hoped to moke more
only needing a little camoutlago pictures over here with him. One
to be ready for Captain Horn- was to have been Love in Id i
blower's command. with Myrna and Richardson co-
What about Gregory Peck as Marring in the original Lunt roles.
tlie sailor who has been
. memd from Gene Aulry to n ls lutl OIlIv )inailclal coiuUd-
urtosity value as a Ubangi na- i'a"rcn"' l'v'iC.r'. rt. erations that should prompt our
iv ni a circus. They earned T' them British Aims are more deslre lo show British pksures
about 100 to 150 each and ntelligenl and more mature than Canada In s country
wan forgotten the moment the the regular Hollywood product. ,l(lodC(, U)lh Anu-ruan i.uiio.
hghu went out fnf. '" lheir 'ICW'i(!un,d adu11' Am.ir. g Unariean
llntisn tllms like Hamlet J hey ..nthusiasticnlly sup- K0Oiis and American television.
like "anilet. r.reat Bpltish lUms m f h fcw
hxpcctations and The Fallen .....,,, 1(lft , us Iu flirlhcr
1 '* Canada's understanding and ap-
But in order to maintain and i'"'1 '" "< xiiv British way of
increase this interest we mus'. *'le-
continue to make an adequate In the current discussions on
.luantity of good pictures 'hi- future of the film Industry
Each bad film that is sent over '' should be raUMBDbarad that
In Canadian dollars, and it is iwtv mcr,.iv does a disservice to W drastic curtailment in the
I that Quartet and Blue lne cause 0( 0n British lilins, production of British (ilins will be
Lagoon will net almost as much. bound to jeopardise our position
i.v has tx-en the increase Unfortunately Canada has bad In Canadl HM ottMl DaWtl Oi I
in the 'Iirough her share nf dull Empire just Bl am ara l>ciniunw
films since the end of the war and adolescent British pictures, 'or the first time to have our foot
that it is expected this year Films like Stop Press Girl. The lirmly wedged in the open door.
Canada will send us almost Perfect Woman. Poets Pub. Wo-
S 1,000.000 net for our pictures. men in the Hull. Esther ff
.More Mature have not only-met ad agonlaJng
The firm base upon which this fate at the box-office but the;
dwlh^yrmUmVrest"in British' films depends have disillusioned audiences "that
prototype of Nelson him- London this week fn
self? Well, we have taken severer where he has been directing
shocks in our cinematic stride location shots for the new Bobby
including Errol Flynn as Soames Henrey film. Wonder Kid.
Forsyte. And Peck is a very good But Miss Loy is still in Ilully-
uctor. woodand staying there. Film
New Role friends she made in London
Srtge time marches on for Sir gather that she is no longer
Ralph Richardson. Next month anxious to work with her husband
he leaves the east of The H< : Overtime Star
exchanges the" frock-coat and top Postscript to my Pins
hai' of Henry James's dignified progress report,' last week. Theyve
doctor for a modern adventurq obviously decided that, wbera
drama. Jean Simmons is concerned, time
Richardson is to star in a new is money. The girl is really being
piny by R. C Sheriffwho i-i put to work.
determined never to write any- One picture finished this week;
ttiing which could be described Iwo new ones in preparation
as a second Tourney's End. Thin and now she is to be sandwiched
time I gather, he has turned out into that Somerset Maugham Tiio
a near-thriller. production.
Godfrey Tearle and Wendy Miss Simmons will act with Guy
Hille join The Heiress cast on Jlolfe (whose Spider and the Fly
January 14, for Peggy Ashcroft, performance recently put him
too. is leavingin readiness for suddenly into the front rank) in
her Stratford season with John the The Sanatoriummost dra-
Giclgud. A season which sounds matic of the three Maugham
like restoring Shakespearean 'lories.L.K.S.
Good British films can be much
D just ait asset on Um
a international
ledger.
London Express Siivirr
\i|ll.lll<
Girls and more girlsall in
bathing sin'- with plenty of
laughs and gaiety predominating
ore on deck for local movie goers
in Warner Bros' "The Girl From
Jones Beach." now showing at
the A(|uatie Cinema.
Starring Ronald Reagan, Vir-
ginia Mayo and Eddie Bracken.
"The Girl From Jones Beach"
has as its background the famous
public beneh for New V
jusl outside the city on the south
shore of Long Island.
ry. with Reagan Vir-
ginia providing the heart interest,
and comedian Bracken, the laughs.
aided in no little part by Don;i
Drake, ls about a beautiful but
demure school teacher who takes
a dally swim at Jones Beach. She
Is possessed of one of the most
charming figures ever seen on
those sands Whan commercial
artist Reagan, with pal Bracken,
a talent agent try to lind the com-
posite Kir! of all the beauty he
has fashioned on his drawing
board, of course, Virginia is the
girl. But. r.he just Isn't interes-
ted in being beautiful and famous.
She has serious ideas it seems.
In this situation Reagan pro-
jects himself, even playing an
immigrant for a time into law
auuro's Americanization class, and
here the laushs ire loudest.
How the various models pursue
the hapless Iteagan, however,
makes for more fun on the screen
than has been around in a long
while. Tho gay bai
surf, the parties, are all there,
and lecal fans are In for a beach
excursion of happy proportions
without setting one foot out of
town when they see "The Girl
From Jones Beach."
The picture was directed by
J*eter Godfrey,
Clarke Gable
Man Of Many
Hobbies
CLARKE GABLI is n man of
many hobbus. Currently ha li
camera Hand He owns'a PoUle-
fiex and a contax and does much
a| ins own printing and develop-
ing. He is intareated In auto-
mobiles of any kind, and enjoys a
inornlni spent in taking apart u
motor and putting It together
again. Me is also a good golfer.
Fishing, however, is his greatest
hobbj He owns a small amount
of property on the Rogue River In
Oregon, and plans to build a flsh-
Ing lodge some day right on the
water's edge. Between pictures
he Spend* a* least a month tlshing
along thi^ well-stocked river. His
contract calls for four months off
between each tilm
MONDAY AND TUESb*'* Matinee nnd Niqnl
First Instalment Columbia Serial
"WILD 6IL1. iHCKOK"
Starring Wijj.nm Elliott
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAYFinai lnslalmeu'
"WILD BILi. H'CKOK'
ROXY
TODAY TO TUESDAY, M^ r.ee and Niqht
Shows VWy
lomy Award for
'It happened One Night" in IDS*.
But he gave his "Oscar" to the
I'miiire* stood ner ground and fought a
.npiir gQod b||tt|e_ In lne meantime
PINKY; This is a picture about her fiancee came to asa
that thorny question, the colour told him of her true colour, but
bar tt is a real life drama which this did not' worry him
every country where Jim How this storv ends is well
Crow exists. Those who saw "Im- worth seeing and Miss Grain, as-
itotion of Life" and thought it spciated with Miss Ethel Watei I twelve^yeer^old on' of hhTaaod
was good will be delighted wuh has risen to new heights as onu, friem Walter Lang. Iwrausc tho
Pinky," which has a different ap- of the top flight actresses in film-I boy. \i,o worships Gable, asked
proaco If ihis story were told on dotn. This picture of the girl i bun for tt. His contract stipulates
the Mraail In the opposhv ray to \vho passed for wihite is not that he can never Ik- loaned out
which it is filmed ft would still worth missing. (20th Century- | |,y Matro-Goldwyn-Mayer. He
rank among the baft. Thapiouira for. Darryl F. Zanutk, Protlui.r. ^ thil! (iilllS(. ,m,.,-tcd himself
revolves around a girl (Jeanne FMa Koran, director). beiau; e, he says, he knows evi-r\ -
Craln) who though the offspring ||(;|| at his homo studio BO well
of negro forbears was fair enough TH#K BRIBE: Crime does not lhal hi arouldnl faal right making
to pass for white. She knew that pav Tnls ls wnill ,|s .i, bere it Happened
coloured blood ran in her veins, m^nl to convey It Is oantrad and "Call Of The
but was not courageous enough to arountj Carlota, an island just oft Wild" are the onb two he madi
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STs-*r

be proud of it. No one could lnp (.oa5l f Central America,
blame he', for in passing as whitle Carlota is a rough and tumble
she benefited from a good educa- lhe mjnn industries of which
tlon and an equally good society seems to be bartending, fiestas.
This went on until she returned t(.uri5t fishing and illegal
lo the hut where she and her negro m aeropia,ie engines. The Ijum-
grandmother lived. She then re- hCSS 0f these engines bin:
alised that the South with its (hjs paradise one Rigby (Robert
rigid stand against coloured peo- Taylor I an honest federal agent
pie is not worm living in Just disguised as a playboy fisherman
as she hail decided to pack up Qnt, ()f (he scoundrels he Is aftai
und go back North to a white doctor (William Lundigan) who Gardner) who is as discontented
is in love with her. her grand- as sne is curvaceous. Then th< n
mother (Ethel Waters) persuades is Charles Luughton as a bum
her bar stay and nurse a rich wr,i-e feet ^lurt, and Vlncgnl
white UUBOmfr (Ethel Barry- p,.jco -in the role of archvillam
more). Miss Barrymore dies and All go to make up a picture of
leaves for Pinky (Miss Crain) a torrid love, crookery and gaiety
palatial hmne Miss :ood entertainment
datives dispute the will on gie fM-O-af, Paadro 8. Benitoii.
grounds "i''-' ''a- aid lady was
forced Into making such ili
while in an unsound frame of
mind. The whole town is against
Pinky because of her colour and
the odds are agauist her But
just then the realisation came that
n
Robert Z. Leonard, dl-
N inner
WINNER of Ufit! Week's Quesi
ihe wee fighting for something. Star is Betty Carrin(.ton. Parade
and it was worth lighting for. So View. Hustings The name of tho
in face of great opposition she Star Is June Allyson.
away from M-C-M. although
"Gone With The Wind", an
is lilmed on the
Selrniek lot.
llo.%T
ANY NUMBER CAN PLAY:
Yea Oafali i baah at ins old
game. Hut this time beside the
usual run of VttM afaanan and
song, he has the dice and guns
thrown in In this picture Clink
nne honest gam-
bler who hi
is a married man with a son. But
her women
IB him In the out
there u u< h lovablas ^ Mary
Astor. An Majorle
i ife, AJax-
i ttjM t I Who lend COUMU"
to this dramatic story are Wen-
dall i Soray, hank Morgan, Lawli
stoiif. Barry Sullivan. Darytl
Hickman. Edgar Buohl
tim Doted oagro agtor Caleb Peterson. Good entertain-
manl
(M.G.M. Hi re is U Roy, direc-
tor.. Afihur freed, producer)
TODAY TO TUESDAY Matinee and Night
Shows Oaily
M.G.M. piosents . .
"THE miBE"
Slamn-j
Robert Taylor Ava Gardiner
It Doesn't Matter Whether You're
BLACK or WHITE..
Ethel Itairvnmre. Hie Woman and Ai-lrcss
II> Hriii ^siiiiii*
11 took Hollywood thirty-live Instead ofla minutes Irom Broad-
years to get Etnel Barrymore to
sign a long-term
but MBtro-OoMwyn-Mayer fin-
.npiism.l tue Eaati
she is 4a iniuuies from
Bm dm many of her
and turnltuxa
Since 1914, when the star made oldest son Samuel. Her young-
Llent Um, Tha Night-
ingale." every stuon. m Holly-
wood has Ofltrad hai a long-term
contract, but to no avail. Upon
linuhing her role in The Greet
>s Barry-
..illy suceumbed and
signed on the dotted line.
She initiated her new contract
i liar role m That Mld-
i:i Dm *lolti
York studying dramatn S Her
Bthe] Banynioia Colt
MiglietU. is a lm.y moll
old son. John Drew
MlgUetta, and an accomplished
actress and singer as well. The
Banymora haritaga od talent still
|M| i.ilherhiKMi
mghi Kifc*." her Brat tn the Danynsata waaaan
in teihnuolor. and followed this
with tic portrayal trlMngly
Mother Auxilla In The Bed bei itlful. Miss Bon
Danube." exetttag story of jhi^I- dominant a ilRiire ill Hollywood
war Vienna.
Today the lb i famb- She Is u great s|rts fan and i;>d
ting wd ft biueshu- rattle off the names of every
Pacific heavyweight boxing champion of
n Paloi Vardai, California, the i>asi w ft
"Nelson from his column
keep* a look-out over
all London."
'And all London keeps
a look-out for
Slack & White"
4
BLACK&WHITE
SCOTCH WHISKY
,.v-t'-
.hiniM*
..'
No oiher ihampoo fit rO*i
urn* magiul LAMOLIN-Mflnd lllhvr -or
Issaafak lastreai hab

in ,r>.. >'tAMblc ioftnc
tonig'.: >mpoo
todi,- !
blend of secret in^reoWnti ploi ganttc
&a rnh-lsth*ring in hardest water. Lt-..
irigranby c*en. ihinmg, nd so manageable.
Now on \aie ai*rywhsre m the handscna blue and wrhhi
NOT A SOAP NCI A itQU'C Sul A WONDCUUt. Nfv. OiSC'.'.
* CAf- SHAMPOO .' LANOLIN JS \OTi . i :*OVl CtAMOSC.
ng a disimgt.itM east.
JEANNE CRAIN
BTHEL BARRYMORE
ETHEL WATERS
WILLIAM LUNDIGAN
l'rud..!.-.! by DAIIBYL P. ZANUCK
- Scrau
Pky by l-Mtp Duma ud Diattm Nicbofa
EMPIRE THEATRE
NEW YE.W PRESENTATION
NdW SHOWING


I'Al.t FOUR
-I Ml \\ ADVIH \ 1 I
SIMJAV J.WfAHV.|, ,^
Storm's Gift
\\ ins T.T.C.
'A* Class Race
VS.
Dec 31.
Hiiii, Jamaica-bred fillv l>y ExajuiTat-
edDairympie put an unexpect-
ed lacing on the F Class animals
going a mile and a di
(etched her backers $89 on each
$1 ticket to win at the p.irl-mutuei
as the T.T.C. races reached the total ok US In
third day at Queen's 1'ark Savan- Comnionve;.lih scored
(I the standard of the best of former
I there been such a variety of
organised sport and so many competitions on an Intercolonal level
undoubtedly our first love, attracted Trinidad here in
OM car. recall with plea- nan. it loss before stumps
...irahaU a*, the Barbados Honeymoon, 3-year old daugh- opening batsman, the fluidity and power o( tall scoring Johnny Lucas tcr of Ke,u hounber5tar*w- fL u/.ntf.n Pb .h. i .t,
- *h< : 5Sr Williams (Ot the Barb,-,. ,_, KS^toS^SonTp^ " was pUyL
nnd the Jamaican pal- L-
Aussies Hit
312 For 4
vs. S. Africa
CAPETOWN. Dec. SL
CALCUTTA. Dec. .11. Australia and South VMM
' ce Of the injured V ij;iy Merchant, day when Australia batted all day
[ndil Brtt bmlnga today when the third un- India Scores 422
Commonweal t h
Rik!MM
Hazare Hits 175 N.O.
Test with 3 Commonvvw,:.,. was continued.
India ran up the rv .
Inch the
IS
lean
TKIMDADIANS WHO EXCEU.FI>
FOR Trinidad we snv -i performance by Thu
some resolute and finally elegant batting by
ring and commendaole performance b>
young Chlckl Sampath who made his bow to big cricKet in "
Indian Cricket Board of Control visited Bar-
bados for the first time and were not disgraced although th<> wen
l>eli>w the Btandgrd of the island's full strength. They drew a flx-
r brought a
U I y5B on |
two-dollar ticket.
had been som
"
us race, J.,,.!,.,: '
ih Wllhebnli
mals

Spriehm '-day pro-
ture
.:!h .
ran third.

needed to be alert. In I
Colls XI. defeated outright a Ba-bados Cricket League hurst won the St Clair Hancl'ic m l1**** ,od;,y ,hree wlcktcs M- 'or
bowed Um rdm u- a Colony XI.
' ot the most brilliant that we have ha><
but It gave Roy Marshall the opportunity to scon over six hundred
runs ano H the chance to establish himself as a verv
useful taffj medium bowler and share top honours with Errcl Milling-
ton in th> Rnt Division bowlers.
over nine fuilongs and 55 rarda M ?s '"'i }{,zare slood "rm and
for the "C" clan animals. Bob) " hour;i'
Hard* idge, rode Fabulous
Vic ran second and Silver B
ddrd.
including thirteen fours
The alliance of llishenchand
and Hazare had checked the fall
The T.T.C. Handicap for Class "r
PKkUiru rnamiAve i" nlm',: together at lunch
.,-,,. rit nwit.lv l ll.-VMrlU.Na Blue Streak and Gauntlet beaten having added 56 runs in 50
piLKWlCK. thanks to their magnificent team spirit and determina- cut of place. mi::
* tarried off the First Division trophy although on merit alone there Barbados-owned Storm's Otfl ree more
was not much to choose between Empire. Wanderers and themselves *" a Tea;' race from Gunslte wtcktU had gone, but Hazare was
the experiment with the introducUon of the Intermediate Divis- and The Gambler also Barbados- still there with 163 out of a total
ion prov. ,. a. So keen was the competition that two rwned In that order. Blue Streak of 401. His stand with Kish.-n-
TheJh^ HB8v P""!!!* !'Pd^,,heJFlnrt Place WM P"" " the first mile, 'hand added 92 runs in 81 minutes
the F^/JliSift Produced more serious cricket and 'hen faded out of Ao picture for the seventh wicket. Harare's Livingstone brought on Tribe ard . **& Harvev
n teams found worthy recruits m these ranks. It fharlite never got up to trie com- 150 took him 6 hours, 12 minutes the left-handerjKthe new bS- *** w th
Boaku
nue m) 'lie T.Xt; f-.
4 i Ming. ^"Jo.
_..rm's titlt gave a grand dianla* ._.
credit (or pegging Australia ad0 us rcaU,e that the high opinion held ofTS5*<*I
; belonged to the spin bowl- ,. ., ''-'ii tot aLS**'
four wickets.
This was a rate that was behind
the run a minute considered good
and
down
TO-DAY. of course, 1 oonlin
In the T.T.C. Cup Storm I
Gift gave a grand dispu, m-
Mann Taylleld. and Smith who ^[^""g"..' " 'h.s\a "
tie response from a slug- conclujioI1 i COuld come to was thai his ruler was .Hen,^ *_*
gish wicket. fhal Blue Sir, rumu-r and thai "oS^S*!*
All batsmen have so far done ' thatthTS?1'
the day while half centuries came
fro
set
Ian Johnson was declared fit
after a test in the nets to take his
p'ace in the Australian team and
so both sides had the same teams
which contested the First Test.
won comfortably by Australia.
By the lunch Interval the open-
ing pair had scored 90 for the loss
of Aithur Morris's wicket and his
confident 42 was in contrast to his
failuie to score in the earlier Test.
Miller's 58 was a laborious effort
V II \/ Mil
roi iilue Streak nC-
f?JS?{iff TSES h Ol by giving up the Had lu Storm Gifi and then coming Slj"*
the best stayers and bt i *n Hi-i bv withht hon. kT^*
the verv faL'ni?
ning and the even fastci ill onsidered thM?"
Streak was concerned In both, hi trui e ;igain n*SL^
With regard to the two-year-olds, two .< (hem have dnSt*11
far as very good ones in the making. The first is ralr iv!?fi*
strong looking chestnut cult about ilfteen hands two or thwf? *
that M Is going lo gii i South '"anbbeanV^ **
Jamaica best in the i ! iy5U. There 1> little dlrf**
had Bow Bells been lit lor tti* "lecders Stakes he ma ?S?
beaten her, but there is also no doubt that he finished bta
whiVh'took" neaVfy two and one manner which bore the : lamp of ih, wu ^ Jl
half hours but Hassett showed '""f"" "' -'> bid In ttaZS
more aggressiveness. His 57 was he WK going away from the held when he passed the St*?*
made up%f fluent strokes all round "' unfortunate that on the second day he had to run ***
the wicket. He showed abihly to JJ hOTSM In H dan and was well and truly beaten by Jom1>
..,.^.n Well placed Held with lifi*nert ulto, R8a."P.d and Tlduc. In fact this ra<-^
should del next season but the Barbados Cricket Panr
Association should study the performances of the individual teams
during the searon and pronv.tc or demote according:v as tf.
\UNMKS HKST TIMK
I "W Cable and Wireless celebrate their entn
1 t off the championship of the Second
iw margin howl Mental Hosnita'
The imal gam, ihc issue, another proof of a Ve.l
_. J!" ,lll Association also tried an expen-
se compet.tlor, from Queen', pi?"n
icadly rivals Carl...... o( ,,",
e lo be exact
li,h "! ,l,e "*" "* '""> consolidituT. whe,
Following were the da.\ re-

Mtipis BAinMCAJ^-4 reea
n-*sa c
l-IUltan*.. S-a^rtwnber fcnf. 3-
KIPIKMl HWOI. \p.- TIM
CLASS B.
- Gron, -OCf.1
\ War Lord.
i*t(-iv BAMOirAPt *!'
iw :. m-t .
i BumMf 1 ifcjiHJiiittM. 3
and included IK : man leg before. Hazaje was un-
Twenty-five minutes after tea perturbed by the fact that India
sufficed to finish off the innings had lost three wickets for thirty
which had lasted 9 hours. 25 two runs and went on to com-
'.IS Plpte his century in 4 hours. 9
Inf 23 fours. mins Including 13 fours. Joined
The Commonwealth had only a b* Kishencha_nd, the pal
nny accuracy and his stand of "*cell<-nt example that the policy of placing Jamaican tv^SliS
- in E2 is, in my opinion, a So far the b# i"**
two-year-old we hav. side of the CaribijeaiTiJ***
cricket.

EtnoM ONLV A NOSK
, "un onl-v *>y al average In the Seco,,,.
si
-------------1 - .K' =.-l^illlllg IX--
I tttdr Kair.es l,y the XMtA 0, mar.
'fZL&i LU > .'he guests
'ei of games against colonv
"' only showed that the Col-

"'">< < BANWICAP-
i * r
i Top r.iciu. i <:.
man
* % \l HVM-tt M--., || |r.
I \-. 11
: T*\* At am. 1 Bo<* H-
-r < I \|R M\MUl \v- i u
t I V" ,
l *"bulo-.. 1 Mi V
BuUn
III RVNDII vr-_. II K>

OaHatari
I-., i .
Elizabeth's
Monaveen
Wins
short period of batting but neither
- Ion nor place appeared un-
duly worried as they played to
aolag .stand unbroken
until stumps were dr
A Ihln veil of fog again hung
a ground Lhu n rn
I'hadkar m
I innings agaii
l; at Rear and Lambert.

I aberl '.like un earl>
bavlni I'hadkar caught b"\
Freer In the slips with his third
After an hour's slow cricket
during which iv enly thnx- runs
Adhlkar] trying
quick single was run out by All'.
I'mi-iRiir joincl ':
j6 runs in 50 minutes for the
unbroken seventh wicket when
lunch WU taken
Horse-Woman
Dies At 32
r Fa" ^T?jst
ime age. But yet he was ilSL!"
horses from whi ., jn l.;ss than hlT^. Z *'
age because he is in a class above them. I am sure -hat .l:l*llW*
year was Brown Rock
Brown Rocket was Bt tba KM
1 ""re that tm, ^
interesting. fit
thing will spoil our two-vear-old lacing
Inddantal h>k is ....ensui
Tip, an imported stallion by Fair Ti .,,. JJv %*
ny other good ones in Jamaica. Ain f..,.ul^t^w, *&'
no will i'i

it aarnih
I s Mc-li I, TrtU-
V U.irui- mil out
U 1'hadk.r c Fl-Mt b Ullilxtn
IkSffl run oui
P Umnaar Ibw b Tll,,r
i a
Kuhmhaod c b .siniih
"udu b Peitiford
H r.i^dhnry c WUri*ll b Tnl-
NKWiJL'RY. Dec. 31.
Mrs. Duma Walwyn, brilliant
horsewoman known as "The
Woman WI|iout Fear
in hospital here on ThlU
an accidental overdose of a pain-
killing drug, it v..
inquest here today.
/xtttafi
han id furi, "a
lx furlongs.
rough! tooei|
TOUl
NOT A WINNER
'' ,-i ,.____._,
, ..,. ,,..!!?.".'"d
wai fourlii _""v*""l
I, v Hoiria""
The Jtny returned trei Ufflculty In bringing hli .. "'_"""
death by misadventure. Mrs. Wal- f"1*1" .,' .,,'"
wyn was found unconscious in '!""' """ subdued Leap On uim ...
locked room. By her bed was ., ,*[* "''h,h" andlea, at :l s art Was i*^
hypodermic syringe -** ?l lllow hlm '" 'at, h Ihc u,i-,
toldme XughH.'S
o furlongs Hw '
, JVl?k' **"* tor . i tor W. S (or
l8. tor IIS, S for Ml. 8 for MA, 7 lor
^7. 8 for 3M. 8 for ml.
Reuter.
THE
I \< BLUNT Itrl KKKKINf;
Keenness that


prop..
11
I&H a
turn Um
Maftll local season
leave for
tenon, Ceoffrej
I ttta , an..
1MH, nNMNXS.1)(;.,.N..TKIM.,A0
I
' on tour<
-mi , long way , ,
LONDON. Dec .11
,.. tba slecplecha^c,
jointly own-d by the Quttn and
Princess Ell-abeth, t- i
the Queen ,'.l,/ ,1
:i mil,- inn ,.,r,is hare,
< i with KKunvn
The Prin, ei who a I
returned from Italia was present
lo I I
popular victor) In
I
i,let win, only in ..
although Imti.
lumper, Wrt \ ,
cnni.ii the straight loing much The Idoa la a tougnnin|
",',''!' "; was """ i It Woodcock'-
''.',';'-' -,void next May
Hen'. II,- Choice
Four Will Accept
6100 Challenge
needle and a carton and bottle
containing drugs.
Mrs. Walwyn, aged 32, was the
wife of Fulkc Walwyn. irallknowit
race horse trainer, A woman ot
Ki.s-Mt.il beauty, she live
Of Bow Bells, the K| only two-vear-oW <.u.. .,
.....nly he sam "hat Su'S
well, in tins she Is like Sum,,,,,, ^though I think tha Mr to,
'"", ""I"'" Apparentb the fever "wchsbTS
lid not T
within three lengths of the Held.
Classical beauty, she lived adven- ti ... ,.. \. "-'i,.
turously. She know more about inL, I, e at d
racing form than mo*t men and ,f Dro, u tol ;-s-
her racing colours were weUknown Lm u '';.
w n.w en>iM. wZZZZ Jamaican ( reoh i at the .,,
on most English racecourses.
Reuter
-;t the Christmas raw-
s, the large numte
onuoaaei of th
The Londo
By BRUCE
LONDON.
I HOSE anything-but-peacefui
people, the boxlni man,.
n usually belllgierenj t;n
Woodcock, will be
Anu'ii.
HARRIS
Jnat to Show Then*
UNUSUAL "weigh-in' taCM
CockelL Tired of being regard-
ed olHcially as a heavy-weight, he
i lap i.ii the acalai at tha
ornceg of Uw Board ol Control *'" '' '
just to prove :s that ha had reoalTad "anj
Guderiau Denies
Press Reports
MUNICH, Dec 31.
Former German General Bain;
"ii hi* _niisi(ims in Aim-tnu *" -- .-.,., w can still 'V' T "-" ^>-v-i .
U-nt. Before ha left ha gave the world "? e'u?t' ** '!" "SL.S2, n to*ktow1;
llsaejerl
movement of former dermal, f]i-
nioi f Umlaaton (. ',"'r,,'','!!"', V-""1'','. Sla,"~ '"'s' "-
J^agt- in liHf fllttl s- L ---------
who coukl knock V ",'"*.'" D'' '
I1,0.,. lm.UuCh..l,c;,,*;r '"<*." >>r?o >l>n his half brother, and paroOe
>,. Man enteruunod ., 'i,muiad tea,,
Bnuan Oul
f*
lei
.-......* ... mc ycais to tonic
,,.,,,,
H.\SM 11! XI I I \(ITIN(i INTEREST
ith Kl,i,,
i entad by
Mill.
,,,.___^nll M a German, should enter the
. '' "iclude a servue ot ., toteigi. country.
,!,e Collet! at Read.
the viar
.....h "
:a.e",heub'ov.n
| .......""""M,"MNMM^=^
i" nan th. Qrand National nexl
Qrantnan
f hla hstht are!
lha wiili ^ leofha aep.
I mi third
Ut,r Vot Sea Inlahed fourth of
II runnara <>r whom Kv.irno.id \ as
a disappointiim 1
lowed b>
Lord Miitiw.iv and '.,
U tii^t into tin
Joyed by the success of
which ih patted aff<
whlk amUini at Orantham i..
wfton. ane said congratulations '
a4ta miuh feeling- Realer
ngein .
ctepted U
terms
9
three lads wholl take h
or all of Jack
Don CockeU or Tony
i |
D, on behalf ot
1 i ran quicker
u chlike thi.s;
lama nas an eye on the
ing to-night, a match with ..
French opponent. 27-year-old
Andre I ' it Stn .'.ham lee
Rink on January IT, and a
and K/i.i bannei ;(; EmDi-ess
Hall.
Spain Holds Close
Relation ^ ith U.S.

Vfllhth, '".' " '" ">A sooner or U
"we will h..... therefore lo*.
and quit, u neias in c but al.....-las many i:
m
ul The Gauntltl
Tho Streatham match
Cirollllricfl I .,.,111
HARUQUINa, delighted
MADRID, D>
<-,, ml rranco told hia people
HI, '-'! ...
ProllHl ..IWIIta.ndfc
Into F class warn
lIDS,"niihe_!w-> Moa Ami. Thai
in a New Yei
(hat Spain?.

mat Spain', rolationa ...u, Jie -. .'" ''''=' '"""
i'"i'ies of An....... omeon ti
:i":'..f'.'!";".'..," '.. Breeders' Slakei hut was ,,tcUlc
laaailV d B aaj
are Jamalcania
' out-goinR list and others on tie
colony.
**, oy ..an, n?OWSS iSn'ess" o? JSJS ,
Id a, a Club, ban UKnitd a return Those people
Woodcock forth.. ..... ,F., (writa. who think tha by atte,,
"""' <"> '"> hinder our lecovcrv they c.
II luiekcnhani they did not aohlava anylhini n
" <' ,ii that Hant u. even tougher and to
It earth Good will to- * !" Adani, whose boots our contempt for Ua
Thed" no of tho gamerbm
ANYBODY'S GUESS
oody* gues, I ">',l"; wiU b>'" ., e. no wont
.*d that has turned at
..... that the big sweep broke a res*.
^.ench,,, ^c,'',U, lh"c"......... rh'S'!aV,T
"''',' There may perhaps have been B.ldaull'who last nigh: DI
Sufi -2; ssaSafs-s -"o *

will sineiv be aakad Ion
i tha limelight thl.
n,l will li, oB lo Venc-
II He was proront,
by his niother from entering Hie
M I..

f.r',ii
nt Whn turn u.111 ---- >> -. '
H TT.C.
china, new
Caribbean and for Trin
mean; that the day Is M
eho
IIIUOI l.ll-
WBV #.!
Ride Together
and Ride
with
Pleasure
ALL-STEEL
Man In llarbid
-HI I HI HI, 4 ( ,1
BICYCLE

i in
MOAD -l in i i
New Different Tire
gives amazingly different ride!
MMS K voteT^r^'Spect;
.______... taken on Monday.Reuter.
I.,? -ng punned
n Heclric Tot. *
extonalon of the Ian.
the Trial Stakes be nM*
i i,.,le.,da,|uarter.-

,1 f the Governor's Cup over
han 8', hi
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SUNDAY,
i \lh :
1950
SI M)A* AI1VOI All.
I'ACI
GOALKEEPER AT WORK No-L b^uJVT
Keep Off The Bike
By BERY WILLIAMS
(Ki)ylu'(i in.ci Rfota I DOgll
SO you want to be a goalkeeper? Well, then-
are two schools of thought mi
One, that goalkeepers are born not made. The
other, that my half-wit ran do the fob with
disiinetion. I ugree with neither.
Goalkeeping is a combination of art and science,
but there is one groat essential before we louch on
those subjectsphysical fitness.
The average fan has an Idea that height and
weight are the first essentials of good foaUci
This is pure fallacy. The ability to reach and
catch high balls is useful, but perfection cant be
reached without absolute phv
So training is Uh first u<'rn Sprinting to de-
velop agility and strong call
withstand that quick leap from a standing potation.
Bending, with the legs straight and the hanus
flat on the floor, is a good aa
the quicK b*nd to pick up the hall when it Ig
rolling along the ground.
Trunk bending ffOffl
extra bit uf tonu to the n -.-essary
:.tching vour hands for the ball
your body i- not behind them.
nation of body
and mln Important [i
mining Impi
side.
By mental tl in the study of posi-
tional ou will
adopt under certain
the wing, or when
rig towards goal from
any 11
Do tl' you'll have the
d goalkeeper.
One b! me . thing.
BIG DECISION
l big
nUl ol goal.
' ad the fans will
iu. Come oul at the
Ism will poui i
So her* pi that I !\nd hit
mil backs inn centra "ii.it
is the how you'll let
1 > K. or other ..
If I am coming out I shout loudly to Indicate I

Bill." as UM ease may be.
Notice I mentioned the player by name. Failure
to do that can result in *

i.t.ui n

It might be shouting to tool
in ordsn hen the
wards goal or In the

k up the ball
a one knee .Lkeepers do it,
iangerous.
cfa up the
.
bump and go
sailing over the head of an on-one-knee goal-
een his legs. No, keep
your kw Iraigtht,
Lonoon F;ipr...t Service.
Bolton Cup
THE Advocate Challenge Cup
I en won by the Mosqutlci .
'.YuneaUay Jsnuarv 4. 19S0..
Um Polo season CaBtaa. On this
km the two teams \l.ist,u!ioes
.iiui-butlles which were tie.i
m the number of goals scored i I
the tournament will play oil for
the Warner Bolton Cup.
i: play-oft*, a presents-
,natch will be played by iw. >
chosen from the whole
ud at the conclusion of tnis
natch Mrs. Arthur, widow
tl. A. A> astir; Esq.. tout d w
the Club, jibs kiiuiu oon '
oresent the cups. The te. r
la the presentation match
vt been chosen with ..
(fording the team Which i| '
our Venezuela as much practice
posathte.
State may le obtained n
lind it one shilling e.u'ii. ..
U at 4.15 p.m.
e toUuwmg are the teasM
MoaqulteM: t. VII1 ia n i
apt.). E. Deane, J. Mario.
\ Arthur.
Bluebottles. C. Deane (CapU.
M. Edghill, W. Bradshaw and M
K ewes -Cox.
For the Presentation match the
following eight members have
oeen:
Col. Mieheim. J. Marsh. E.
NL Edghill. L. Deane.
Deane. C. Deane and K. De.ui.
Messrs. Victor Weekes ami
.c Deane will be the Umpires
Pat Todd Wins
Tennis Title
CALCUTTA. Dec. 31.
Itn Patricia Todd. Uniteo
as, won the Women's Singles
title of of the Asian Lawn Tennis
Championships here tcdav beating
in llettey Hilton. Britain. 64;
00; In the Una Is.
The Men's Doubles final was
by Dilep Bose and Sumant
Misra of India, who beat the Phil-
ippines pair Pelicisimo Ampon ami
C. Carmona 36; 108; --1;
and 64. Reuter.
REEF WORK WILL
BE RESUMED
Work will begin again on the
Reef Pavilion and grounds when
i.vis .,iv veJlgbke this year.
The Pavilion is now to be paint -
id wired while the BOvasoa
will be levelled and grass planted.
\inas Holidays Cause
Upset In English
Soccer League
DeSilan Leading
B> PA Points
IN CHESS
LONDON. Dtc 31.
Moscow radio reported lonigh.
ng with 4>j points 3.
the end ol llu> sixth round of Ihc
I.ONtX)N. Dec. :il. WoRMn'i World Chcta champion-
Motcow.
day due lately ,o the adermaln J5~Jg*Sf3m
or the severe Christmas holm name. mini, Belovo and l
Many clubs, planned by Injuries to BtU players, were .orccd Rudcnko. all of the Sovfc
;o mak. change*. Bottom oj Blrming- SS.a,,SiJ!2!.?
hait, City made eight alteration, but n well did the rcscrv.v. gfcj*, **J T^XT1 "'"
i ise to the occasion that Hnmintfham led until !ate in the ...p
Kiime;il Burr, lev a hen the home learn snatched: neqinlisr.-
Liverpool u. a L,valj mood sou Quggo <>f the South tl. PatricK
went down Hghtuig l-iwrpuo. Thistle l Kaith Rove-.-s 8; Fal-
exerted tarriai asi kirth 4 Rangers 2; Dundee 3
the loud Arsenal del< [; ft llirrtn 3.
Ifirj pierced ooca in u.li lull
sou thej sUll ktad bo S .otti.h LcssgM MiMggi i\ """i^-^^JJF****"^'
.*> KiM-ords Broken
In IN. Zealand Trials
WEU-1NGTON. Dee. 31.
Athletes broke 5 national
dafltsMli 3 Arbrouth 1. Kilmai
nock >*Ayi United I. Dunfermlin
AthtoUc I. Cowdenbeath 5. Johi-
stone 1. Dundee United 0. Ai. -
drleonhuu i Morton 3. Ailoo Ati
letlc 1. yurpn.-. Park 0. Fort;
Athletic 0. Stenhousemuir 1, Dun -
barton 2.
Second Divsion
Bradford 5, Hull Citv 1. Buiy
Blackburn Roven 0, Cheetcrflt i
Uniteo who heal ttioti netghbours,

time,

plete new ball I i

Unrt ball

Hull Cltj
.
whlpj
scored a consolaUon
Tottcnh.i
leaders
but two ilrst ha;:
both points
Cardiff City.
Sheffield Wednesdaj. >lUth Ar^.^ 2
behind In second place, ktpt n, '. Third IMwlaWiw i^nlluaiw
iff. c. n -v ,,U"', ''" l",:;it'' " P*rt Vale :
defeat at Bonier.. t; nnslol CUy ,.
Hovers cracked in live roals Northampton Town 2. Walsall "
against Southpurl anc City I, Brighton and
the Nor:-. [0v< .' Noumghinn Foi est 3. Mill-
pomti from Rochdale wall I. Hewding 3. Exeter l It) 2
ItKsi i i> sj United 4. l^yton Orleni
Sfottivl. LeagueDivision \ Watford Aberr. i
0; Hibernian i H
'ha.mpion.ship and llnal Knipn
Qarnee inals were held I
t log f the >-s: pgrfot
lh" day was that .if Miss Yvrtu
Wi >iams of Otago, win
the 1948 Olympic Can I
of 18 feet. 81 inch. > i>> 3-'li Inchui
Jump.
The women'! KM
of 25.6 sees, was brtken 3 iinn-
Miss 1. J. Hart. Auckland, clock-
M 24.9 in the llrst lu.
eld Wednesday 2. Grlnis
Town 6. l^ton TownL Uicest, Wi|k,, ,
C Ity 1, Brentford 1. l*reston North ^...ii.a Mlt< w tlm* in th
0 Southampton 3. Queans JJS
\ Coventry City o. ir
United I. Barnsley 1
rown I, l rvanae* Town I, l-eeds United I
Tottenham Hotspurs 2, Cardi.T
City 0. Wot Ham United 2, PI
STANDARD BRIDGE
FORCING BID
By M. Harrison-Cray
Dealer: Weal. East-West
N.
JDNIl
Q 10 7 5 4
f 6 4
4-5 2
W. t
4>AKJ4 >752
VAKJw east
? -> *Mi093
+A*9 ..-.-'*
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? A 8 7 52
-f. K g 7 6 3
Weat opns with the
forcing to-game bid of
Two Clubs. East bids
Two Diamonds, the
conventional negative
response, although Dia-
monds Ihis time happens
to be his genuine suit.
West bids Two Ii<
shows a biddable suit with
Three Dinmorn1
West tries for a fit In his
second suit .vilh Three
Spadr I'.i .1.1 i :-..'
No Trumps and West
South leaoa + <*. and
declarer must be careful
to win with dummy'*
4 A in order to preserve
un entry to his own hand-
gt Q Is now led
, ; K
ensures nine Irld
contracl a/Ill tall i
duxnnw' + "' ? W
played to ihe h-st trick.
I irsi Division
I Burnley 1, Birmingham Cltj
West Bromwlch Albion
I. Huddersllcld Town .
i.ivcipool 2, AreeoaJ 0 He
It) 1. Manchester Unitxl
iouth l, auddleebrough
Dcrb) Ci'uihs a
Bolton Wanderti
: hnrnpton Wanderei
n 0
Third Division (Northern
Ad i IngtOO Stai.lo t, Lnu. i
Cit) o. Darlington 1, Rochdale I
Roven '. Bouthport i
.; 4. Cheslei 0. rlartJ
ted 3, Bradford Cu>
Maoaneld Town 0. Rotherh.
Naw Brifh: m i. H I
1, Oldham Athletic 2
ii i.i | Stockp
Mile in I Minn.
L>.8 Seconds
AUr'.i \IDE, Dec 31
I) \K-Mi;i,.n. \
new Australian 11
^5 8 sees, for the
day of the Australian
Athletic Champion.shii
McMillan's was one of two new
:ecords set up during the day. Thi
other was a time of l9' 43.'.'
jetumed by i> Raw i
Australia, who beat ihe til
older. A. Stubb. by inches in th.
wo mih Iteiiter
JAN. I NO. .00
The Topic
of
Last Week
Arthur P.all say, :
BILLIARD SHOTS CAN
HELP YOUR SNOOKER
ESK. 3n '
UNUUWiN i. .-)i.*i" i uiwsrU the spot-
County 2, Carlisle United 0. Wrtx- .-ud. nd white
V I draw ....
a ud wau
ndvUi
uemsu to st-
'finpt ;
iagram
Nc*m akritlfliL
>u-bi.
ismni J ''> kai
i tuUiloii at Ion*
anga the pot
:w u> risky.
No:
oiiooker. A fairi)-
lull oonti

-
toward* tlw i
Well lltls .. new y*r n.nni
And ISO* loo
And *v*fybady |
A few Sraet thing, tu u>.
r about lh* inie tin*-
riu- piannina w*> ih Bam*
llul aller a whol> iwslvi
Therr'. nvlhuuc ntw lo .laini.
ln -Hi in llajan lanluaSw"
snr noiiid rantonded b*
Hul U. kin lake beck-look"
IWovr you all a(re.
Sne called on Joe in Asjfffl
w bunaaluw
one (mill of modern i*f
M Of eourae Joe made the proaoua
That he would do hla beat
To-da> Joe lu the blur i
With nuihiim inoie nor lota.
M hari twa n~.mi latsi
Huihl in the d.-a.i .
l^.j maid. Oh Joe my .1.
I MSN Fleureicent Llsht
It makes the li.-nir look -Ifm
And i( you love vour .tirllnf
r'lueretcenl Hal it >oull
' m ^r-.-'.l t.i It.
To-day the llshu arc el
Joe >ald "Time Rim too
She ealled Tor brand new -fjn l>r.i
bc-euM' the tn-xt duoi ii.
I iirnl
Well Uim Joe gladly save her
Twe a Aiumr-ial load
lint early in September
Test laudeJ in River Road
taJnhwi

t.ne euneet
The \erv not year day
KM >! >aniah^
we may tay.
Ti |nw el ptiliiieian.

1, Barrow
ii ll"\< i
0, York Citv
0.
Reuter.
lint II
And .
ii My m

i ik back
-tone
Record Profit
LONDON. Dec 31.
.
year mads) ;i rooord profit of 5.
:. working accord- *1V>1 Mnc y"
Ii u tuMncantent __________
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gated
Rruler.
two

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You wiU not make Una SHOOS*:
evary t4me. but Uie atraae u aound
and ahould always lea-
.'xtriaLiy aalc.
Billiard playoia eiiio,
.iroum like tliia uejiUe hsJi-i.aU ku..
i-orr i-i-d into tlio top left i>ocfce:
WhUe ln-ona ar.- dlaaatmus at
-nookcr. mis ;utl>' sbot lisa use'
d the aj-i-.i naa
Thar* are nuuiy positions woe:*
o- ablll-.y 10 aaud while equare:.
\loo4 a oualiloii rail wlU
aiuable anooXer. Leatiu thl* bUUard
Mtooker will iwiieni.
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1950 News
From Britain
On II I iiiiiaj......Inn
0r
ASTRON
kinds of experts who Hunk tin
new hall century should begin In newspapn
1951 have been shouted down by Parly slightly lo left of centre
newspaper i i ...dcaslcrs or slightly to right ul i
ana.'he like, who arc emourag-
S.W. African Natives
Fear For Their Land
Says Rev. Michael Scott
m Out London Cormpondi i 11
_
when the Rev
: mnsr Loodo
.lth the
tivM had been robbed of thtir I.
THE
*"". m i.e.*-, "1IU slit Fill t'Ul !
ing us to "celebrate" the halfwit.,
mark of this 20ih century Taking
a lon view hither and thither
from Moscow in Hiroshima and
back again I wonder whether
we have anything to celebrate. I
suppose that the first half of this
will eventually be mark-
ed di.wn in history books as tWC
chapters on
Ford1, and the
"'
loubt if the aver-


'or bloatr-.
I'n Dcctftta JHtan
On-of the lei

Short-Sighted
Oil Policy?
LONDON.
OIL CI1
not comment at
London
pri Hi'
CARPING CRITIC
H C. ..
don'l like about Qm ant to remove the people
no matter whatever the from the looded ares
(tarty in power in the HOUM ,ck of fore-
does, he ahi own ii allowing thi-m W
ig. Mark you. I da -< I in that danger-
*ay that I m rtect news
It The failure to canal-
part) in power ll arWl
I llodven knows I would ..ihr I said, cutting him short
ist person to place myself me foot. You're talking
ilous position of admit- through your hat. Do you know
ting anything so absurd; or to what you people who criticise
nc natives made admit that even, if by chan-e, < merely for the sake of being
us Douuiain.i. "id happen to do the right ih > remind me of?" Then
it ctuld ever do it in the right before lie coui : answer I told
way. What I really mean to say him. "You remind me of the sort
is, that it annoys me when George of woman who slaps an innocent
upon himself to point rhild for having; narrowly escaped
tut to mo, me of all people, where being run over by a careless
West Government Is wrong about driver" George gave his famouf
i.-,. anything. Imitation of an open-mouthed
-_____ _, codfish and then began. "~
style of cnticis.n but .
I oilcy of whoie-
rta South
>>-uui.<- OOij H ol lb,
i.i.'ni
.111 The natives 0f South
"But
m present on AOb ,)tl(l ,
7s^ ;^w^,
these Wenpuil irnagln'-ry-- S
makes nt] pleaianl reading for mt >i he .I.. ., .!. ,
" IftlW noulTthiTwU
have one reason fo, self-congrat- ubc and Sir Sn ,h< "nve w >ve cj
lUation a, the h^.nn.n* of ,950 ha .mined Mr. Cuo.
"main's decision
of prod.
and some vh

privately

If you read U

SSS^f tm H.G w' the ouVsTd'e'-'ol'V", "gorou
kT According to lord Acldl- ""' "n'ted State,
have two Wll
*'*' -Lto hoctod ikSe -no rapidity with
l~ ,, !l ' l'"l"h oil production .nil
^n >" me........c,,. navi. vx';;nz
would ge out of hand a ... ,,[. ,,.,, .....
lie prospective loss of mar-
'
-' ""Ki- i mj or mil.
fOf dollar oil oaftini
then, I lit; down Ihi
: "' ' I Ir.don'a'cts which ra^Z l'ZKlJ"".i '"S.t "' ""
" f^jS: SwiH^S S45S.1S3WS SSS
barter, | Alrl(i, ,hc idea of , Matter ?' rt* Government The fact thai ,. ta ,hl. wrong%TlTl bctang-
mast*

the u flnd a
trifle |aa inclined to thro*
into quite poinUon wars, than it
was in centuries past Al
Ing this theme of the new half
empt\ oBOtury, we come down to
the prosaic, annual, and almost
trivia! r ittl
past year and trying to poor Into
the pi i
I no!, ill;; Bock
ll the year 1949. and
the course Britain has taken
show.-, ome things that we did
not Q rnrr. Putting
it in a sentence, ihi* devaluation
crisis in Britain in 1949 was due
to rorkleu ovoth
and a
aomewii.it
confidence in Britain f:
people
thai our
politi- .ing of

f-SOUs-
ght the 1-abour
Oovornmeni down.
dam-


ford Cnppb On the other hand,
JookJi.t MS
lion in
bemoan.i. lh< i gti lord
countn n) iltv

all lonaa and reason. A |
at a iv
half in.
had much mm.
"
1949 v
a out

l.nokm. Furwurd
minute mes*ion in
I.CounclollheUN.O. Intention, usually lead After ^T t aT^J'.^1*" """"J^i
. '' ,'"'n P"! "> ease a.ut I have ever, re..on to flatter my- Z N.SS vco "Sn^r"." ^"
^ W;,A'rl" " incorporated In elf that I am perfecllv cmS.' *% 2? 'mmcdiately try
" UnlOB 10 ,e. a, he had before ' rapping the knuckles of the g.SJLg" of ,he "''
the t.NO. at I*ke Success a few (iovernment whenever thev de- -Ili-w k.. v.
'-re. S.W. Africa, he " "PPing And I must y ,lk; ,'hi Tgh' ,""" lcnwn "d
formerly a German '"< '' George geu on his h"h cn/mem' ^ said iSdnoW.?,^"
horse and begins, before I can [.^Tnri ?L m ^g h ?ciem."
It was ,.k, by stealth and * ""'I 5 <">use 'he Gov- S" double crr^Tn/^ PI "J"
(< from the original '"""" Is enough to irritate "... TJco So7t ^
, and colonised bv """ much '"" 'alr-mlnded rc about--------
1 "mini i.ram like myself. When he -Vow - n*~~." i i ...
They look away most of the ^S^^^^JS^^" "* -h '^SSid bu ^
Hill Kind from the natives, and. 2?.?? *?_"? '?' ".ta.."> mistakeable llnnness. You know
has already
vigorous reaction hi
American oil
'vn the past twelve
navQ been bv I
b> the rapiditv witii
Relieves
INDIGESTION
Yes just one dose of MACLEAN <*%
,.. ,iA, ,h"j"" l"cts Britain barters
Ihink that Argentina product.) The us
palfll of Mr fuhe bu SI I, Department say thev
that Britam l mak
SSrS
luiuiy com- Bud Speculation
- spec;sii1r"n"a;::
<>[ Facism.
After the first World War. S W
'POCKET CARTOON
'> OSBERT LANCASTER
pa could be bought
without political*slogans.
POCKET CARTOON
h "'HI Rl LAN< ASTI R
I o Ducussaoni .,,, n i
Itlon the long.
t of Ul-
ll lot poUcj
natltute the
Puol |
Innate that ful
080 would go lo
i "lies Mlllni
AUca

\SHM
si.ving so, has a mean underhand >>,,,", , do,s' "a" K0"7
way of creating the ImpJess'Cn r^T,hl'.lS"T'\in Xo"'
tfat If he ni the leadeTol iv ,,21 .7 'Ubscnbers mlghl
HotlM competed of other men ^a 'nojff' d""J^" m,de,a mCT-
Cfft the House would not Sr k. ?. J .1"'',
inly always come to right dcci. ha.i, h.. t y0U nWln
_ns. but also And the right inc., i,..:,, It"
Yes just one dose of MAOLi-.
BRAND STOMACH POWDER relieves
Indigestion pain and discomfort! This
wonderfully quick and effective relief
from Hrarthurn. Flatulence.
Acidity and Stomach Pains due to In-
digestion is made postihlc by the fact
that MACLEAN BRAND STOMACH
POWDER is a pertecdy haUnLcd A
dentine formula. .i,
Make Meal Times yj"
a Pleasure! /
Whycoonsuffcring? Tryjust one dose /
to-di L
MAC
DPR .........
MACLEAN'
........"** <>"r ii^ni ir
putting those decisions
i -tual practice.
Igati
varyona knows how difflcLlt
II ll to contradict the other chip
. DOUI what he hait actual y
snd In words. They can ther.-
I .-,' easily understand how irri-
t ding it Is when George adopts
an .itlltude that puts you suddenly
sttton of having to argue
I Btntl what you had eve v right
1 to be your own orlgl.
MU idea. One puts up wllh that
s rl of thing from a woman be-
cause one know, that it's natural
' i her to try and have the rlrst
u .s well as the last word. But no
.liable male of the species
I do expected to tolerate this
'
I Africa was taken away
rmany and placed -,-------.
t .another ft tha Union of ajgh ggff.?* JW* ** thU
In-ica by the u-ague o( N,S '""'"'ne technique being adopted
.I Nations l,y one of his own sex
African, now wanted h,
Porata s.W Airier on ,i
tlus suVnii, .7. ""'""......." '"nsi ii. rrtihai ,,i iw
"I IVM>
Old Hoore'f fUmai
c.iutious to-
il,
" .-
" '' old l.dy
All I
..I ll.,
moaw ., saouui
ba dad iKal the cxtrenes In
in tin
almost cartaui lo lose hi. scat,
and tb,
doubtable William Gatl
The H.ii.in,, ,ii Idvanlage
1
.lih. chihl
ril h
ipeel
: I
evei that l

' -lev,
That Is why. after the tropical
bance, I went to the club .
in the hope of meeting George i
and of having an opportunity of
let ing him what I thought about
l he negled of the Government and
, veryone elM who ,jght t have
'thing to prevent w hal
or to relieve Ihc situa-
it happened Rut before
I to begin, in fact hefor.
............. .... ..........
ii* the .
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1945, re-
i In Eu-
l arc sick


a la 'I"
. foul .ltd .. .,
l",lj,
chilhan
f*u,ori i.rings Ihem pn
Jffij PreAl.......... ,. N, y,.r
'""I Ml the Him ,
.. Id,,,
Jut,
11.. '' and ii
pee- go.
kt the U.M
1 "" "vet one! Courl ai the Haiua ll
A L'jTo
U Alnc, should
latered
nip Council
No rendition
i lo begin, m
SW At,
1 *.........** 'bo
c ..fortunau..!}-, when I got home
i.rgot all about sending m my
lUen; and the next ruom-
I saw George's name in
I ami too Ian for me to
no It then and so lei ...
done It days ago. When
oixt we met, George greeted me
uii.n: -Hullo. Bertie, 1 hope
louve seen that I ;
mj sub.
n it, I replied
- have lots of others who
to do to anonymously "
Oh quite, quite," he said in a
:;, stive voice, "And no
is of others have got
l anonynaoui subs they
ade."
That shows you the sort of
.....f It Ahntra tries to
non-existenl faults in
I* try to have the last
fonder 1 get s annoyed |
n nim sometimes
ITS HIRI AC jl/
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Rupert and a Mare'g Nest44
r\
Pre-view
lude Lots of
riuir arc

lung,
,. ph
whipcords seem lo have killed
inaiui for this mate.
i-ciel range.
s[X,t
cotton) Suis Bradaxie Anglalse
oot cotton A
ng contrast
tunic jacket combined with *
iktrt.
SMOKERS CAN SMILE..
v m hi auiimcM ol On has* w mc wto-mbo ti u -**U>
:M Mo. Bui brings Raapart mt ikktac or not.** When hr u draucd
brcakiitt in bed. and his lather .* Hui t mW oa #ms* too. and
" Thai Mire's Nat* mm iooo dkif am ia the ton*. Belor*
ctu mow voooertul tiling." mn km* tWf Mop wd Raw rauoO-
Mr. Bear. "So wonderful that **l caa*t aaaec oat where that t>-*.
I'm not tan that * wcm oot Md as," say* Mr. Bean Every.
i-'iminff U*[ oifht
rtail* uw a. Pat
Poison Ivv Green |:0lir *. gi__-
COLOURS Include """ "HI
brown and grey, soft iinv THE 'lope of a long bill
Kreen. mauve pink, a II the way. A bus nr
clear patfl called Poison Ivv. *W "P and back again in 111
net in pastel shaded colouring' minutes- running time. But it lak-
black aUli evening i >..' l?i "2 minutes to run from bottom (
.ater blues and all '"'> T1,cn ln wha< time should .1
Ol vellow from citron to '"" frtim toP to bottom"
deep mustard gold. ..., "|nw" Jn* **
we ifasag laaaa OBBM
beds* 30
I Mill I In- \ ti mil. i
number
with loui The urst
.".her one-
half of the number re,
/its The middle
two digits when added OQjuaj the
laat, the second digit is twice UN
I :(ie ihirH is half the lM
m
lli[i>s

Vou can light ap without fear
of anokc-siuncd teeth! if you
use Nicota, the toothpaste that
lights up your smile. Nicota,
wiih its clean, fresh flarour,
.tficu unsightly nicotine wain.
yet contains no harmful abra-
sive. Nicota keeps your teeth
really white from morning to
night. Oet a tube today.
YLCIEEM
NICOTA
SMOKERS' TOOTHPASTE
whitens your teeth
brightens your
smile
FOR BOY OH (.IKI. till- D Will -1! .. child Of ..:|
ill year-- ii needs tour nu ay or ihrec ounoaa of ii.ii>-.
Child's Cardigan And
Cha
.\\i
edll'
i iircliijisii
HATBUAU
wool.
3 ounce* ol baby wool.


MtASlRRMlM-
|
Length from bOUldt) |]
;i(i r FV
Repeat Ira rub
till row.A:


til work measures 8 ins.
SHAPE ARMHOLtS
.ii pattern, with border:
work in pattern as back, from
to *. increaMi.
m
i iceve measures 1U ins
SHAPE BBAO
rli'i-ping U) | :
K2tog. at each < rid el I
i m Caal iffi
TO MAKE UP
Join vide, il

i: em broW
Sew on buttons lo \
button-holes Pn
JEKSI.Y
Materials: 1 OUTaOM <>I three-pl.t
wool, or '& otineai ol bnbe
LenfUi
10 men.
'am [
linan I
border then kltog., at
TENSION
one pattern III Htchei and B
>>nc inch (No. 9 nee-
ABBREVIATIONS:
Kknit, p-pur
Miichcs; uiiinches; tog|o-
wth.r SKPOslip one, knit
one, pas* .slipped ali'.Ui uvei |
mmake u stitch by bringing
wool to front of work
km: titch iiul by wrapping wool
round the needle before u purl
sUich. C4-.1.P.W,, Jtttch- on ;
to a spare needle in front .ir
work, tott 2, then knit 2 off
spare needle; Garter iteach
raw knit.
fc BACK
LMng No 12 neeules cast on 4
m. and work in Id. pi rib for 24 ,,,.__ .
h row until 36 its, n n
SHAPE NBCI
Ri.ht UM EddDff:
Nrxt row K4. SKPO. W( rk :n
i ittcrn tu end.
Next row. -Pattern tu within
i .su,.. k4.
last 2 rows until 24 sts.
remain.
Continue on these its.
work measures 12 ins.
SHAPE SIIOULUEK
It As for CarmUan
Tension: As for Cardigan.
Abbreviations: As for Cardigan
Uack: Work as Back of Cardi-
fjli
Right side latin*::
Neat row,Work |] hi in
patltani, turn.
Nesrt raw,P2tog.. work m pat-
until tern to end.
Next row.Pattern to within 2
sts. of division, k2tog
^VV-V/W.
.','.',;'*W,'.**s. .',-,',.*.;:%'.',',',','.;'r:'.-*'
N O TI E.
How Good A Detective
Are You?
Commencim: ;it armhole edt;e.
aat off 10 sts.. at bt'ginnii.i: >t
Next row.PZtog pattern to
end.
Repeat last 2 row;>. nnii!
Continue ui garter st.. on 4 bur- r'jmam.
Id | :>: It I
ul his phone .:
LETT FRONT
(L'uttonholes this side for Boy
Using No. 12 needles, cast on 50
to N<>. 9 needles and
pattern ai ImIIows:
Ki Mil R i Hepe:.l
i)2, k2
fa!
Front: Work
Kan until armhole shaping have
been completed 468 sts.)
Continue on' them sts. until
work measures 10'i Ins.
SHAPE NECK
MAJOR DOEXX was ,,ff duty
and off sli WN ant wl geaa the etk*rf
.hen it haptiened. BO
deatti was .i ens.- for civil author*

HIS Wllr
County DetecUvt i'.rown JU
ihpiny mv o the bungn-
,0 tl Oo des from
llirllidav .- tin-^s
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
i Qrathwatte w
then Bin
W Mrmhe-r
MA SKA1 V
uiiq 114!. p| -SHll|l|
saan Mn ifatsa "i puasaiiii "i *i
m oi r-m "(- ..
I>ui |'--i "*U -*i\ t^".


i i<"i
from lading p2. k2. "- '"T,; "
2nd row P2 A ,4 Rp*at Tm ending ,1
ben ending k2, p3 Sf2L,N!l-2
1-4 raw Kl, pi. Repeat from
ending k4.
2nd row K5, pi. kl. Repeat
mg k2. p8
ird row. K2. pS, C'4. p3, k*.
Repeat from ending pS, C4, p2,
k_'
4th row -As 2nd row.
Repeal 1st and 2nd rows twice
more. V
Repeat these 8 pattern rows unlii
wi rk meaauroi t Int.
SB iPI latMBOLI
K
9 sts. at bei;i:
end of follow.ni*: 2 rows. (OVt its).
Continue on these sts. m pat-
tern until work measures 12 in-
BHAPI SIIOI'U'ER ,
... i>c tinnlni '
It n
its.
RIGHT FRONT
(Buttonholes this hide for Girl
omit lor Boy)
Using No 12 needles, cast on
JO sts
1st row.K4, kl, pi, Repeat
from to end.
2nd row." kl, pi. Repeat from
to within 4 sts., k4. Repeat these
2 rows, once more.
5th row (Moke a buttonhole)
kl, k2tori.. ml. kl, kl, pi. Repeat
from to end.
Gth raw Kl, pi. Repeat tratn
to within 4 sts., k4 Rapi
2nd rows nine times more.
Chan i < No 9 needles and
Mtfa tu | follows, mnkinn button-
holes, as before, ;it Ii, *H, 6|
od flj Ins.
1st row.K4, p2. k4 MBMl
fium ending u2, k2
tad raw i" Ki
tti'tn ending kfl.
ruws once more
sth row.(Make Buttonhole); '
Kl.pl. Repeat from to within four
nl. k2tog. kl.
Glli row K:i, pi. kl. Repeat
ending pi.
k2tog ml, k5
Cast off knitwiM-
Return U* remaining sis., slip
first 6 sts. on to u safety pin. work
Repeat 1st and 2nd rows nine in pattern to end.
times more. Next row.Pattern to within 2
Clung* to n> f> Beadle, and i.ts., p2tog.
pattern as follow-, making button- Next row.K2tog put'.
4'. 6f and end.
Repeat last 2 rows until
1st K-- i;' ;;4' Hepeat remain.
.., ,0 end Conunue -ii these sis. until WO ..
.ml row.K6. P4. k2. R. peat measures II ins
endniK p2. Commencing at armho,-
3rd row. fa. p3, i pa, .4. east off 10 sts. at beginning or ne,i
and alturnie row.
4th row.Ktt, p4, k
from ending p2.
Continue on theae sts in pattern lno ">ilil:.t
intil work measures 12 ins. Mrs. DotXX, unld P
SHAPE SIIOIT.I1KR
Commencing :; neck edge: W( IW I Iten together until
Next re**___P'o, turn, knit baek last month, We had a cj
Next row,kin. pin ui l eva
Next raw.Cast oil m su>.. k3, talked to. I went home to m>
14 i II.
1*4 vx||"' H.-H l^*"l''l
"* Myi" J>li l" !''"> -i-"*!
jpmi| jMiiiii ai(i
*m pj*(-i *.y*\t i \ii>|ii' -> MH
m

I oii-in lYsli-r
witii "apt alUterauV
i iuiiuHiiij. provtdei
called n- many tunes, ,,mi(ll.
I filer I.ilium.*
ui HOI i bjq p
. aent
. thou! Miy 2, 4. f). 7. l an ,i

WlthOUl my |, 4.

Without nj I i
begging me to return. Tin-, even-
ing, rhea ha phi
he'd commit sum if I Udarl
come and talk to him,
...>t hare, ha begged me
not ti fat :'o to Uve
,'iiii him igain. Whan i refused
,ioset and
Mid he'd kill lu
i.
ii! iluul, Bp|
UM muzzle t' his head and plaOW
the n igg'-i
There wm an explosion, i fainted

,o,n MataSSuliMriMm. w.,h Why. 1 cm. .... I (Mod Km -
, work Ul W. pi. rib '" "ul "' ""k "' ""
Ihese sis ulck up .nd knit 21. md .;.. ttM Of
to riuhl ^huuldcr and finally woik lo Join
in klpl rib across 2 Jls. o< t rwo ihinn mak<
IftO sts.) illink this was niui'lri. I I
Work 3 rows in rib. Jones.
N|r.w.-mb3.ml.k2U,..,,l. ( ......| ^ ^.^
'>j^ rwRib. Cast off loosely ])lool asked.
niore.
Repeat these 8 pattern rowff un-
til work measures 8 ins.
SHAPE ARMHOI.ES
Koeplnf in pattern:
Cmiiiinncing at opposite edge to
bi rder, caal off 8 sbt.. then k2tog.
b row until 3fi sts.
raroaln.
SHAPE BACK
Ifda facing:
Nrxt rawPattern to within I
sts k2 tog., k4.
Next rawK4. pattern to end.
roan until 24 sts.
mmain.
Continue on these sts. until work
-
SHAPE SHOULDER
As flr-t
SLEEVES
Using No. 12 n. < I
and work in kl. pi rib for 2 ms.
Than he
him
ke mo

SLEEVES
Work as Cardigan Sleeves
buttonhole* Press all seams.
TO MAKE VP
Join together 10 cast otl
Left shoulder Join side and sli -1
Bam ir. siecvee, P'a""!*
mm I head of sleeve to should)
seams. Sew on bul'ons to i
i-uUonholcs. Presi nil seams.
natch
dead No. it
One ol Hi. i In us,-, whlah made
him Huspirious is plainl) sljtrd
:ihove. The other j' thr ri--ult
ad it throuafh rapidly alou
without 'i i
Second, see if you can
n. Yinrii aavac lurve to w<
what letter the next
with
Sadden iwallowi rmJU* sfWR-
Sansei'a ilotolti
lip siiipiny.

;trollr I ledCfglV.
Hflra lino siohs
Seeing .s:.,''"ii Slocum,

priaf.
"Say," said .Siiphen. "aKWelatl
sfcaliar;
.Say .shall Stephen spouseless
stay?"
Axiraiphr-
way.
Summer*! wason siou'ly sfratchesi
latajacm Sloe*
So ihe tipned some limph
Soul souyM soul saccess/ully.
Sir Septembers Susan n

>atm tufa eh*
Six small Slocunu side by side.


Our Custor
are asked
and Fr:?nds
note thai as
from Tuescv 3rd January
our Broad S. Store will be
closed for Lu h from 12 noon
to 1 p.m.
lead of from
11 a. m. to 12 noon as
present.
at
CENTRAL FOUNDRY
LTD.
I
..,;::.-.
Women know Yourselves
Spring Fashion Preview
LONDON (By Mull;
A')..ul UM lime a
%omun docs not give waj Ox
social group to which ||M
I* when nod lo .'
win) suit, according
Edwaidn. i :* on to1
i:\prws."
Edward, to-day ruthltMly du-
men into lour classc.

ot the mysterious 11
I.istiiig 20 pctsonal | I
w^iich take a woman
c::unHl I,, i-r able lo
Utled. rich, bohemlan q
us ot th"
Tho Honourable Mas
:ately homes of England
- .
by family tailor and crocodile
hoes She favours a I
ane string ol seal pea
nlal badn.
Btion includf.
:" for escort-
| -
, a good lime
British and she likes to drink champagne
Won't Marry
She refuses to man
from the other grou
will be
m ii lifev 'To stay as
C'i:.:li ml
Little Miss Knh has luxuiy
nppartmenl with girl friend; pre-
.rtcut with two-string
. arl choker; refers to ''
tor escort -Riviera" for vacation
Clowes ara black suit, little
feather and suede ahoei
calls her eacort "a very
and takes a vucali..i.
world cottages" in II"
A Soul Male
To ciiticize she uses "abysm.il"
ives at the old mill" with
natg siu- pnton i bual
r,| haTMll made by a friend and
is absorbed In politics.
par is hand*
ink and she HkM *
Frtmeh .md Oarman movies. She
steady" types
jnd I ei chiluii'il will be Torqull
i.l Melissa. Her aim In UK U
icogniBon," and she drmk."
infurtng litiio wines."
Miss Suburb fives In a semi-
I
with her family; wears brown
herringbone suit* and haml-kni:
Skirts are gho
,th learner ana .u- ~ umuo,s SkirU are r
.he head by a inca.r.ca, .. ^
,her white leather I. i ]hliind v.caUo.

.ilei-aated" In foreign
. thaalrc.
, i rink.
I stones are out
run sHOts WIIH THE ri'1.1. cnoicr. WIDTH
tASHiuy.ni ri in iciiuN
^JxxaMs
,.. ul a good tune l| SI
movie and she dm.k
v uses the kaoal
iher and wears a bridsft-
mald's dr- aaom Ua-
lv tvpas art ruled out an
oup pi"**ern i>avtd.
1 m In lifo i* n
. ^m blouse*. *--litres* Edwards does art
all (our wns
m or IdwardU n. rwr chart, unaainiou*-
< noose cotton drtMiei

naval i-niiii- lo avarj ". fla^Haasaoaai
ui arofaea vii" aeaaaad ihsi Farhioa fits Ussai a
race l\ i kuki
ii\ raetweats
mi'vitixblr
*urlil over
lUlk BY
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swfe inn v wm
Your Coit of Living Bonus Tuaday & Wednesday Usually for NOW
\iislriiliiin llnrllclt IVars Large Tim ___.11 III
Idilllfs MinicHifiil_____til> (ill
MiiUMM labelBrrr._27 or SMI per (iirlmi H
JACOB b CKEAM CRACKERS 31.39
PFAK FREAN'S TW1GLETS....... 1.22
PEAK FREAN S KAflTIM CHACKERS ............... 1.5G
fORTHE HOME
JAMAICAN ORANGE IUICE S .44
TRINIDAD '.:i:APE FRUIT IUICE .23
TINS PEAR! Ixiiqe.............SI
Small..............37
.. PEACiliS- Large .57
APRICTTS-Large..........50
., TRU1T bALAD.............7S
I
2?
QUAKEP O/.TS-Tlm............ $
:.aiq Pkls.....
Small Pkls......21
TINS ANCHO/EY FILLETS........19
TINS VIENNA SAUSAGES........57
CAUBUHVS CHOCOLATE
3ISCUITS ................. 1-48
FRY S DELUXE CASKET
CHOCOLATES ........
4.16
1.45
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SOUTH AFRICAN PLUM 1AM 21b S .55
APRICOT 1AM
21b..........53
PINEAPPLE
JAM 21b
MELON 4
SINGED 1AM
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1
SUND-W ADVOCATE
DAY. JANlAliv |
Publfiti^^^naAtfvocair Co. Lid., M BioM St Brldirlotvii
Sunday. January 1, 1950
""The Xew Tear
TO-DAY is the day set apart lor the
making of Rood resolutions, and tTtD
Uwoflh acrae a* the rasolutfcmi tit doomed
to ^ |)n,,, Um holiday season
v. I the practice cannot, on thii
account, he condemned out of hand. It
is a season of stock-takn^, and at least
Met that an individual has pondered
over his shon-comings and has decided to
turn over a new leaf in the coming year is a
sign that he is conscious of his faults and is
,-nmled to an entry on the credit side in
the final record.
So. also is it a time for Governments and
Legislatures to take stock and to plan for
tin- future Here in Barbados there is ur-
gent need for good resolutions and the pre-
paration of a i lanned programme for the
coming year. Action must take the place
of a surfeit of aimless words; unending
debates on technical details must give way
to practical measures; and a definite
...tempi must be made to bring horn* to
one and all the necessity to settle essentials
before such delectable pastimes as "Back
to Africa", "Christmas Bonus for Civil Ser-
vants". "Raincoats for Writ Servers" or
"Nylons for Nurses'' can be thoroughly en-
joyed. Above all the Legislature must
guard against a failing that is all too preva-
lent in the present Labour Government*and
the present Legislature. While everyone
expects Legislators to be cautious yet tim-
,ilnv ciin be carried to excess and has in the
past cost tins island dearly.
Almost one hundred years ago Bridge-
town VH on i he verge of having a deep
water harbour. The plans and specifica-
tions were prepared, the I.eeislatmv de-
bated the project at length, but nothing
materialised. That plan remains in the
rchiVH of the Secretariat Since then
several othai deep water harbour plans
have been prepared at great expense and
Rlflarcd i similar fate. The public is
Dntng to wonder whether the latest
plan prepared by the same firm of United
Kingdom Engineers who submitted the
Oft] pi.hi. almost a century ago. is tO
tte, 01 whether (he | |
ent Government will decide at this .-<
to put their fortunes to the test on thia OCca-
ton. Nothing bai bean lett to ehu
thing that could be done to determine
I ei the project is practical pn
tion. and whether it is likely to be an
eron iccef has been dune Blue-
prints have been made; estimates for two
eitee have Ih^'ii prepared; and
an offlcl il froii the Port4j|London Author-
ity ias examined the economic factor. The
pubii' i Qita action In the
i bean a
OCe while ll itura has
turned ita attention to the Intricate problem
oj hi iiard the Wi It bai ver
pfa ui is> pneumonia oi
rheumi
The deep w.'tet harbour is by no means
the only project left In the air. Oil explora-
tion is awaiting the go-ahead signal
Few i Leal report! have renew*
, oi] developmi nt in Bui hailos.
It is believed that oil may be present in
paying quantities at depths of nine thous-
and (eat, and the British Union Oil Com-
l>>-i at !i>n ith Trinidad Lease-
Cftntral Mining and Invest-
n 1.united, is anxious to
put the theory to the test by sinking deep
They era awaiting the passing of
the Oil Bill which was amended by the Leg-
islative Council and is now before the
Assenii.lv Diet iverj Oi Oil In paying quan-
tities may revolutioniaa the whole ecom-
OMJ oi the (aland and it is for this reason
that the entire community is keenly Intel
eeted in the result of the bortnga which
will begin as soon as the Assembly decides
to pass the amended Bill
The public is no less concerned about the
future ' the potter) Induatry, A ceramic
expert lias been U) this island He lias test-
be clays of Barbados. He is satisfied
that i: able for pottery manufac-
ture He has manufactured pottery success-
fully in a pilot plant using natural gas as
Olll III AIM IIS SAY:
'.he fuel for the oven*. The Government has
been assured Ihal [here arc adequate sup-
ip fuel lo last lor many
years and that attractive pottery, which
will And an easy saleable market, can be
manufactured in thus island. Vet, the Gov-
ernment holds hack. N
in the clay am: ;he natural gas on an
ale has yet materialised and
there seems every likelihood that the old
potter*! wheel at Chalky Mount will con-
tinue to reign tupfi
The same indecision and uncertainty is
ir. evidence in dealing with health matters.
Plans and counter-plans have been pre-
pared for a new hospital and discarded.
Sites are suggested and purchased and then
it the eleventh hour some imaginary flaw
is discovered and new sites are obtained
only to suffer the same fate. After circling
the island the industrious explorers for a
be a new hospital have come to roost
on the old site in Jemmott's Lane and at the
pi sent moment the Advisory Committee
are as busy as a hive of bees examining
plans for remodelling the hospital to meet
1 resent needs.
Frankly the public has little faith in the
cjtcome of the present activity. They
h ive become despondent. They have reach-
i clearcut decision being taken by the
Government or any Committee or Board,
i ^pointed by the Government. They still
remember the strange excuses that can be
I It forward when it is intended to flout
ir wishes. They remember the mys-
t riotll caves which honeycombed Erdis-
I n when parents and public were urging
i: iv.inment to transfer Queen's College to
r iliston but which just as mysteriously dis-
I .ipeared ten years later when the same site
was selected for the Teachers' Training
College. Erdiston, they remember was sup-
posed to be unsuitable because it poMeeted
too many acres for a girls' school of 300
pupils but not too many for a Training Col-
10 teachers
The public is up to all the tricks and
Hi.v ire no longer willing to stom-
in] more exctueo. They want action.
They want to see all these projects accom-
plilhed, and they want to see the Govem-
::. -it lose no time in making every effort to
Improve the economy of the island by
furthering our natural secondary industry
tourum For they know that the welfare
of the community and the improvement of
and cultural amenltlee go hand in
hand with economic prosperity.
Tins Is the NOJOn In turn over -i new
il it is only by tenon that the com-
munity can be inured of a Happy and
Proiperom 1950.
. Years After
IT HAS tuk-'ii fifty years for West Indies Cricket
Itand i-acognltton only second to that
i ad to Australia. In the summer of 1900, a
i i whan w Q rjraea mi rtUi aetlva In Um
i thoaa slanti of lha am J TunnteHffa
raylor, R I roster, c, it Hint and s.
HaifB were laleatau bj Wladaa' Almanaek u
trickatara "' the year, when RanJI and
ant with tha .'.it and Lord
was slill waiting Yorkuhire Be rteti
nantel Weal Indian Team, undai tha eap
lalncj of the late Aurher Warner, loured Englant.
Tha learn surevedrd Itctter than was expected.
and allnwinit that they were treated with ex-
onatdarattea ray ttw rtinntiw their record
l i Ovs wins, ilghl detaati and lour draws was
highly creditable. But in spite of this the matches
van not counted as lint class.
Kven in those tin ..IT .!..>.. il was two l\ist bowl-
tie, Burton and Woods--the former having tin-
lllsniiasln| WO on two occasions
who put the West Indies on the map and Laid ""
fovndattOUl for the spertri.- performance of
i-i.iiH i-.. John and Conatantlne twmty-thuv years
>''"> l'll< i ' St.ti;......uiih when thQ almost
I netanrt*a stalwarts.
This >c..i in England, the West Indies will
undergo their severest teat. They will be called
upon to show that they have overcome all the
I..11IU of lift, years ago when bad I idgment in
runoing between the wickeU. alternate brilli.nu,
and dtp ahOd in'Mlng. and unaccountable baiting
eullupaN were severe handicaps. The) have had
four further experiences of assaW I
but the. are fU to win a test matth in the mo. tit r
On West Indian wicket* the. .an hold
their own with any team, but iheir position m ..
oattea table of the cricketing aountrin
ill depend on their ability this summer to adapt
themselves to English conditions. WeM Indian-; arc
l 01 that the teamnow in the process of
selectionled by John Goddard will be able to
damonstrata conclusively that they have learnt
their lesson and can meet England un English
wickets on even terms
HB
Wt should lil



ZHappy and Prosperous
Customers and Friends for (/,ej,
patronage during 1949 and *.
wish them a
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' CHRISTMAS Is not like it was when I was young wt h*d real tin hats, parlie
lovely boxes of anti-gas ointment to put on the iota of Auntie Aggie's shoes .
London F rpreM SerefM
tm j
fitting on the Fence BY THE
Itlllll \ rilMATO Jilt Kper Im
....... .tl
TRCIIT HALL ORANGE Jl'lrEper Un
By .\alhanirl l...l.l.i..-
HOW do you like the room?
ft ain't bad. Did you $av
in (he adrerrlse-menl you iros
.-Ityhtiv deaf?
No. I aI\
VV'har do you mean? Left anded?
No. Just left.
Uft of what?
I*ft of rtfht. Politically left.
Do vyou mean you're a flolshle?
. No.. Not exactly...........
My uH/e uwt'i IIvp in the same
oust* tr^th a Bolshie.
I'm a right-wing Socialist.
First you say you're left. Then
>/oii say you're right. Which is it?
Well. I'm right of left.
O. So you're right oj lef. art-
you''
Yes. And left of right
And you're left of riyhr. too?
That's right...............
Are you ft,my to be funny? .
No Why.'
Wften I said you're i>/t o/ nyhr.
you said (hal's riyht. What do you
Utink Mfl are" -4 couple of erou-
talU corricdiaiu?
No 1 was only trying to say
it is riKht that I am left of right.
It Is also right that 1 am right of
left.
If you're not trytny to be /tinny.
u< you knou' what I think you
ar. ?
Ne
You're balmy.
I beg your pardon?
Halmy. screuiey. loopy, nufs,
'in leers, (ropd-niuht.
In an action for the recovery of
stelae aheap, i>efore the (;i ler Assizes, a farmer's statement
Mad "l recognised my two sheep
fniin the expression on their
faces."
MIRABELLE has melting eyts,
Claraoelle looks boldar;
Mirabelta iha frets and siyhs,
Claraoelle is colder;
.Miraoelle, my Mirabelle,
Daintily she nibbles,
Clarabelle. old C'larabelle.
Chews the cud and dribbles.
.Mirabelle has liny ears.
A lit lie nose beuiUching,
U ith Ctarabelle's adeanciny years
HfTI is alu-ays tu-itchinu.
Mirabelle. my Mirabelle.
/'roiily the pallet,
Waddles thr,
'trough the grosses.
Mirabelle nas lively ways.
Mirabelle is yayer;
Carabelle's seen belter days.
Clara's wool is greyer;
Mirabelle will pick and choose.
Clarabelle's a glutton.
Mirabelle is tender lamb,
Claraoelle is mutton.
SOME say Good Old Joe Stalin
Some say different
But whatever opinion Is held of
him, few will be happy to hear
thai his birthday gift from Rus-
sian scientists Is the injection of
B serum which will mske him live
"almost for ever."
A man can become a bit of a
bore after the first 200 years.
even if. like Uncle Joe. he doesn't
talk much.
But suppose they give il to
Vyshmskv the greatest bore in
the world since Hitler died?
Fur hundreds Of -cars Vyshin-
sky may go on talking nonsense,
hurling abuse at imaginary ene-
mies, and being in a perpetual
state of fury about nothing.
He has already called Sir Hart-
ley Shawcross a boa constrictor.
Others, who have been unable to
agree to whatever Vyshinaky is
talking about, bare been called
cannibals, crocodiles cockroaches,
and serpents.
Maybe they look like that to
him after a few vodkas. In which
case, as this is the season of good
will, it would be kinder to put
him out of his misery with an-
other kind of Injection.
Regarding another kind of in-
lection. Uncle Joe had better
watch out. You never know with
these Russians.
It Is Christmas week in the
year 1980. . .An old man sits
in his atomically healed arm-
chair, wearing his atomicallv
heated slippers. The children
crowd round him, ashing ques-
tions.
"Tell us more about the air/ul
19S0't." they ask. .-limbing on lo
his knee.
"Well", says the old man, "apart
from rationing and taxes, the aw-
ful 1930s will be remembered
mainly for the awful children the
period produced."
"Hou? awful?" asked the chil
dren, "Putting their tongues owl
nt people?"
"Much worse than that," says
tne old man. "A humanitarian
Government was in power then.
They were mostly sincere men
and women with a hard child-
hood behind thim. So they
wanted the children of their gen-
eration to have a softer time.
"With all the su*eets they want
ed and full srockinys at Christ-
mas?"
"Worse than that." says the old
man If they wouldn't do their
lesson? they weren't smarki'.l
They were sent to a doctor. If a
schoolmaster hit one for being a
I he vaa summoned for
assault"
"Hooray.1" shout the cMldlgW.
"If they did something serious
they m tried at a children's
court, where they wen nade to
think they had done something
clever. The result was anarchy''
What's anarchy?" asked the
tluldrci''
IVihk what you liketwithout
considering others," says the old
man. "The humanitarians, who
had acquired character through
early hardship, denied it to the
children of their generation. So,
when the children grew up. thev
either became criminals or idle
good- for nothin gs.''
'What hapj ned then?"
In the middle 19Ws there was
a reaction. Children were treat-
ed harder than they were ever
treated before But wc, at least.
produced some real men. Includ-
ing our great Leader of to-day.
'The one who had all the
criminals painlessly destroyed1"
"The same. Do 1 hear carols'*
How beautifully they sing. In
the 1950s they squeaked a few
bars out of tune with their fin-
WAY
Bt IIV.i. Ii. .un|l( r
THE proposal to call the World
Economic and Cultural Union
OleosabofatieaVuxiterubolpineduli-
xigelorogentosatulegrikelollbuled-
orimotogol has now been aban-
doned.
AS Dingi-Poos and Egham were
being driven towards the moun-
tains by a taciturn chaffeur named
Dhurti, the wily adventuress said
suddenly: "Oh. by the way, you
might like to see our famous fish-
warehouse. Perhaps it is a bit un-
fair to take them by surprise, but
we re so near that it's hardly worth
while ringing up." Egham readily
assented, saying to himself: "If
we irrive like this, without any-
body expecting us, it will prove
ve nothing to hide." He
looked about him at the peaceful
Country mo* Yokels with tow-
coloured hair touched their fore-
locks as the car went by. Droves
of Yaks reposed in shady ditches
"** |h^y passed an armed police
otncial. whom a number of yokels
were evidently trying to' push
under ;| culvert "It's so peace-
ful here." said Dingi-Poos, "that
the farm-folk won't stand for any
POtHa supervision.'' Egham was
feeling sentimental. But as his
rm stole round the waist of his
seductive companion Dhurti turn-
ed in the driver's scat, and gave
him a look that made him recall
the old Mylng; Not m front of
Ihe servants."
Tha MiTii-n. of Food still
MaBDa to "hink that if you pro-
duce ., Wbtte-papar full of rub-
i-ish about ealorn-s. calcium.
grammes of protein, and all the
Other chemical jargon, you will
paopla that
having a grand time With what
triumph will it be announced one
day that more nboflavin is batng
inlaken per unit of per
working man-hour-day than
before bV war If ever we can
a what we want again, let us
always remember that, without
tha guidance of a Ministry, we
are probably doing ourselves out
of M milligrammes of CHrbohv-
week.
Hitting the TargA
The judge held that It is not
part of a barnuid'h Job to throu
beer in customer*' fce. to rt Ian
r er in Ihe h*r
(Morning p
Hut. stay! How about that girl
m the inn at Ledbury. whose Sim
was so unerring that she could
throw the contents of .. gUMM ,,:
beei clean down the Un
man standing eight feet away"
That stopped him talking, and so
restored order. Years ago in the
Hat' rent they used to
keep a special Inferior beer for
throwing about, like the Wadham
port when Oxford was Oxford
ROMAV'S GINGER HAKE BISCI'ITSper Un
ROMAY'S HONEY BAKE MSCMTSper Un
ROHArfl iwcviiviiKS BAKE BISCUTSper un
UfTIXIIOOM SCOTCH WHISKYper hot.
CO-OP COS LIMi; JCICK CORIHALper ht.
I.IK'.U. Gl AVA JELLYper hot.
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"COCKADE'' FINE RUM
I STANSFELD SCOTT & Co., Ltd.
BROAD STREET
'-''-''''-"-*-'.',-..*>-,-. '.--',',',v,',v-v,v,y-
gers on the door bell If %u
didnt give them monev inev
threw bottles through vour win-
dow."
"Whaf happened to them?"
"When lha grew up they were
painlessly destroyed by the great
Leader"
London Express Service.
Wattl Intli* s >lusi II, Made I>oiioiiiit-ally ttelf-Suppoi fin..
Till" AlillH-atP tdilur. Tlir Adoocatr
I idr, ban
two ducovcrlM In rece.it
From tin- IK W 1
Sugur UtUn we llud that (1) all
Swur is nut nweet; ami hum
' lal of Uie UUi Dc
ber we nnd 121 that Wett Indiana'
italre is to have the Mother
11 f*l dole to us changed Iron,
Hut of direct and given in in.
form of guaranteed high |
for our agricultural producU.
The last finding must be feared,
'or thoutn onl> eitiercal. It may
a false Impression in Eng-
and as to our craving Until art
succeeded in encouraging
erecting in.:
would give to us bargaining
gth; unUl these Island.. In-
toned and
ease to produce an abu:
Ihlng wltb do congpi
n they will always remain
'vllh but a few ..i
crs.
if we are to en)
Independence tonic which n Lc-
roiiej down our Ihl
us Oiat bava tcoaomlc inJc-
pendence which cannot be stable
"l yearly grants and ten
ifienrea with reslrlcUo ..
to trade with our t'onor Let the
Colonial Development' Corpora-
tion do iojsm M-nMble spending
ka and stop hang-
ing bread on a cord out of our
reaches Lei England make us
a credit of half dozen ships Let
UM Hriti.h Government apply for
a loan and grant from thr USA,
Marshall Aid Fund for us and
stop their own grants.
Your editorial stated inter alia:
'The real difference between the
two polities (meaning Aimn,.,:.
'ii seems to be that after
i of tutelage. Ihe West
Indies people will Ik- expected to
their own l<- 't
re probabl' right, but I find
inn -iiliniiallly anj
inched to this tutelage
in In spending, dress-
I housing etc.. cut with
lining real
"'g-tas lo expect generous dlari-
Ings out from Uncle Sam's pocket
hub appears to be Ike prospect
-i.e Vngm Islands of the
I itle.1 Slates tinlv your leader
" itei would say this althouih
, iinliU net in agreement for
is also aiming lo have
mis self-supporting, but
while and during this process the
people in ,-h healthy
aids, to live as human beings. Who
Ha) l.t,'I that Eiial.tt I
is spoon feeding us and for ill
he years with an unsweelentxl
gruel? Who can deny thai had
England in her prosperity em-
sm for ber
olonlal people* with my slight
10 those which Am-
.-shlng that we W .t
Indians would have been Ihe
... ui
people seem lo Ihjnk
thai the f 15.000.000 the V.
are it. receiveof srkl
has already been spentIs respoo-
'lie slight lm|
:i our standard of living. Thia
It took j w.u
out ataadard of living
tha expense i
nil war ll
"If all home again out tj
is nol far from what it was n
IMS
It Is not now expected that Bri-
tain can spoon feed us like Ameri-
ca but she can see to it that our
islands become self-supporting
n.l slop the trade racket whirl,
she has so long used. Let us have
our economic freedom and if Br'l-
iin cannot give it. then let Am-
rl.a do so. but not the VH O.
I V.B.
Prolprliun on Ihe Koaih
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR.-Tha report of a case In
which a Magisterial sentence of
Msetve month,' imprisonment
_as confirmed by the Judges of
the Assistant Court of Appeal
on Friday shows thai tli,,,. L
need tor caution and reatrictlon
m the use of motor vehicles in
this Island.
Tw-o men were sentenced foi
the larceny of a sheep and the
ear conftacated. I do no eithcT
o> statement or implication
ccuaa Ihe owner of the car nf
"rang concerned In this deal His
cat might have been Innocantly
eagatgeaf but in l lie end he Is the
The point I would like to make
.. that two men each of
had previous conviction-. lot
theft could with such ease
secure the vehicle used to con-
ic, the sheep from the countrv
districts to the City.
There Is an aspect of thi
matur which i ti.mk deserves
"reful study. Ii is the ease with
which people can get the use of
motor vehicles today. Strangers
from any country can comeTiero
and as long as they show profl-
the handling of a
motor vehicle or show some son
of license they can drive a car
*' any Urn* any place in this
Island. Thia practice opens nsell
to grave dangers Within recent
months many of the accnl.
Iras island (and there have been
well over five hundred in 1MH
have had self driven hired cars
Implicated. The figures from lha
Iran* tsepartment of
would be Interesting II
that some protection be afordec
to road users against people whi>
have not always
People who use cars ir
iheir daily calling are called
upon lo pay high price, for then
and aa there, la no corcveuutory
dos. the need for this
is all the more ncees.
SAFETY FIRST
11,-allh llnbil,
To The Editor. The M
dlH, It has taken ;, ,.,,.,,
Commiss.on,, .
vinccj the public thai
should be lake,, u, ,h,. prcpara
lata T2d ."""""'I "' food fo,
1, V" "* "" *"-
uon u the removal of hawkers
from the side of gutter, "*"""
Let me add that this practic,
has been going on for sear, ,'
iaSo m,
should lead the I'htef M,
which call for h
from peo,...
ilhin my ,
that a .m.n wh
and sous, eaSlliyS
when she loo so.
HEALTH, '
Our Entire Organization
JOiyS /A A WHOLEHEARTED
wish won row happy
HOLIDAY A.\D MAY YOUR
SVUy DREAM HE realised
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SUNDAY, J IM \IIV I. ItM
LOCAL NEWS
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PACE NINE

Shoppers Were Scouts Hold Exhibition At The Museum ,^mmfm%mm%nwM!mmmmnam
Busy Yesterday
IT was Old Year Day ye.:
MM Saturday ut lhat 11.
.. is bank-hol
theM> 1.
Dance To
Help Funds
Mrs. WertheinTs Gift
I

limi'toT. Britain' Ho Is aha desianer of
must have been llarbados Sea s ,,'"" textiles
rcponsiblo ,n the City tor Ihe J Jolly lime cm Thursda, nlali. m\ov. Jonn Skenpmg w.11 known
'" >' .,( ihe m*i t (or his anim-1 draw rags and scurp-
11 eonlempurarv Kindi.h ..rii*.* rh, u,rr ,lls w'orlt 1S frequently ex-
well attended and V '" '"'"' '' hibited ,n I-,ndon. He has pro-
i ihe (unction
liuille Jim buttle which was equal
o that ol Chtisliir.-. K\,
BhOppIng hie Ihen. NM in Full
flng w the In
then
THE exhibition at the Museum Australia and New Zealand Htifi
,'! drawings and wuMKOlbur. are h*i recently worked foi -' .- PU- *
<"i ol the ftnt recent I v *"'n Trust Scheme "uecording jl
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THE FREDERICK P. ELKIN lies at anehor. aground on the west COM
of the island, just off the Mental Hospital.
Frederick P. Elkin
Dies A Slow Death
ran no pang were win* spare. ""*'r ***
to make the New Year festival as
joyful as that of Christmas.
Tailors, dressmakers, shoe-
1 other craftsmen were
hustling to carry out their
tromises to their various clients,
rme of whom had suffered dis-
appointment at Christmas time.
Most people wen- indulging in
^ock-takiiii;. not of their business
of course but of their lives. "I
will turn over a new leaf next
venr:" "New Yearnew rules for
mo I will take life more seri-
ously from tomorrow." These
our

printed mU1 ,, ,,, . ^^^^"l^
Man net 1044. , Tau, Gallery purchased
I WMRMMPmC '. '
to all
3riends and
Customers
jn, in
I'hui-stiuf/f
AIIe.no and hi. quartette sup- "'s '? ,?"*'"' whatever o( from' him a hones head earved
rcalum ""* m.,'.m'n'-'*',1''!P"-- m wood. A fine drawing by him
plied the muslr on the
In Camp ere."" ' con"mPorr>- ">- of deer is among the Wertheim
The Rovers of the 34th B'dos Adrian ny_____ ,. , Olft.
(St Philip*) Crew went into ,-,?h , S: *>} a P- Interested in Animals
camp at Warren, wood, on ,\~ d. '" > Wertheim coUec- Another arturt who is cloMly u>-
la.t weekend and are having ,,' J an j""n charcoal tereated in animal. especially
good time ,, u? ", i" H' w" ed"c"'a horses, is L. D. Rust His study
Included in their programme is h y[[. and obtained a of a London cart-horse la a sen-
a Campflre on Jac icon's pasture *cl;olarsrup at the slade Art sltrre drawing. Rust has also an
next Tuesday night after which ^ho';, T"' '
-n-i other expressions were roso-
etime he was affection for trees, this can be seen
ix rover squires will l>e invested TV Master at Westminster both in his Horse Study, and In
Wood Badge bchool He is a member ,.i the >"> drawing of 'Trees, Eaat-
We are glad to be able to in- K5J"! Ins1'""' of Oil p.intar.. bpume." HI. work has been
form Scouters that we have as he,d exhibitions of his shown in Umdon and Manchester
received Scout and Cub Wool "">rtl ln 'ndon. Zurich.' Munich "-"l".?5 "' ,hf Royal Academy.
lutions made to be carried out Baa,, studies Part 1 (Theoreti and Toronto. Since 1944, he has Something of the Bch-ceiiih
during the year which ha. Just Cal) 194950. and these wil. fr*menlly had his works hung hln1'"r>spl'."A PP"' .j" ">
*/ cheek-up at Its end hv suoo f,. reody ,or circutation. A at the Royal Academy. r, .""l^.il A1",T Newton.
'he fortunate ones who live notice lo thi pflWi \uill ho ..,.h Ftielan niKh !<. D ...u.n, nj*- *-anaietto and Ouardi have
The Frederick P. Ellcin. St. John's. Newfoundland, that was through it. wl.l reveal to than. S "ILtL on t, ." inT colour h" water u '<' .oth h '"Hiposi-ions
scrapped here and her fittings auctioned last September ho' murh detcrmin.iicn was be- they are ready. of a Manchester Canal convey- ii. !Lb ipan '""'," tN'w">n
seems to be taking a long t.me to die. "IM their utterances. -EXTBACT the atmoapherc of the industrial hibltrt re^uiarK"'a? .he^uSS
Krom "Spiritual Adventure' ,"' "I'and There is also Academy for a number of year,
in 1 lie November Srouter LiKi" ",."',sh With the exception of the eloa- JET?. ,C,rcus' >*"> G'bb vlncial Galleries and private eol-
<"' .......ne in the Conference hn^t A N,'"l'""lr' >*""- "-cic is a fine oil painting of "The
tht title of which does not begin ,,"'. P"" "'" M"""'n At Surrey Canal. Cambcrwcll There
with the letter P" We have h Jullans "> ParU. his m..ters ''" delicate water colour of "The
Probation and Preparation and S"* jMn Paul-Laurens and Thames from the Embankment"
s?
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TO ALL OUR
? FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS
5?
It has been towed in and out of tion to run I schooner that cornc
the Careenage, it has lieen shifted two thousand yards of canvas,
to various parts of Carlisle Bay The rcmainjng parts of the
and now il lies on the west coast Frederick I*. Klkin. which include.!
just on* the Mental Hospital and the hull were anchored in Cullll
has been left grounded there. Bay but it leaked so badly thai th.
Harbour und Shipping Master con-
One of the lew remaining three- sidered it to be a menace to ship-
mifcted schooners that carried ping and ordered it lo be taken
Nova Scotia's flag and merchand- out to see and sunk or grounded, that the 117-ton schooner "Regi-
ise across the sea since the early it was towed on Tuesday by the nald N. Wallace" under Captain middle, is a session
nineteenth century, the Frederick Government craft Lord Comber- Wallace is on its way to Barbados. i'*l Adventure
Reginald N. Wallace
On \Y ay to Barbados
"Gloria May Still Missing
NEWS was received yesterday
ind Preparation, and
have Progress and PracUc
ome. But here, stuck in thi
ailed -Spir-
l'in BOCrj
Bouguerau, In IWW, he had prac-
tically decided to give up art
1 -w an exhibition
CttMUW1
Lhrc
nd
Of
* up hL
Ix'Kan
Fined: Put on Bond
Two lines were imposed on
?ouise Rock of Bush Hall CrtW
Road v.ster.iay lv Hi- Worship
Mr. H. A. Talma.
Fruits, Greens
Are Plentiful
n the Museum collection.
The work of two Continental
artists is included in the coUssS-
lion Drivler and Kolle. Drivier's
Zu-JrVftt-SL Pte with us delicate I
essentially French in Ihe treat-
ment of the nude tigun
oil painting, on the other hand.
WOKl, M Julian'.*
work ill
P. Klkin was one of the victims of mere down ihe west coast and then Consequent upon"rumours that uboui that (or should I
the modern iron and steam age. iun aground by the launch Sea this vessel had sailed from British Penitent > because I chose the
No longer II it a paying proposi- Prince just off Ihe Mental HospiUl. Guiana for Barbados over a week He. Although I slill think it i
ago and did not arrive here up ..good one. I am sorry because M ihe Autumn Salon, and durin. Slow aV&armt. ^S SmS
to Friday. Ihe Schooner Owners *un you glance .1 U* pro- Jh-t year he hold exh.b.t.ons ol su^ect whkh s m"7, I ,
Association cabled St, Vincent to gramme and see this session. Ml work in London and Sweden
lind out whether or not it was "Inch quite obviously deals win In 1913, he held an important ex-
there, 'he religious aspect and basis of bitiot. of his work at the Hem
A reply received late Friday Beountlf, il appears to In- -.leune Gallery. Pans. There
read "Reoinald iV. Wallace ssileil hl"t! apart. somethiiiK dih*eien; tffr ho OxhlhltOfi ehinfly lw 1**,.
from St. Vincent for Barbados" ,r",n " "he rest, with the rOOUl "JOtl ind Manchester. Towards the
FRU.TS and gr.
The lirsl floe 10/- in 14 days or !';,,i yesterday in as full supply
Irength Kolle was born at
Chulottenbu--! in 1899. at the age
of 25 he settled in Pans, where
he lived for a time in an obscure
hotel in the I-atin Quarter which
Towards the had once sheltered Verlaine nod
to the "added > 'to^ .r-th^'n'":,: ';"'
was for throwing stones across "H'lmts. Krnpefrulta, oranges, momently
Bush Hall Cross Road and the bananas, all of them have had i There is still doubt a
second 30/- in 14 day, or one i'.uiisluiii: period. The neighbou- :afelv of the HOl0rla May''
month's imprisonment for .issoult- 'i"-"*- u_ ..-----.L..
For
sport, especially tennis, foot-
I M.mus nave ,lone their lhal, ', sailed from British Oul.
Ihe run supply, but the stead- f( Barbados over a week ago.
low of green, was due to thi Names of the crew which we,e
'Of the local farmer! igned on at the Harbour and
vho made the most of the rain. Shipping Office In October la.l
Civen as good rain as the paal year are: George Graham
ar, he farmers are all out to (Captain), James Rice, Gladstone
no their worth again. Banan.s Dummett. Joseph Dcllange. Alfre.i
'not yet at their acme and dm- Headley. Gladstone Baslmumi.
I" ailing weeks, housewives Clarence Sargeant, W. Murray.
I'xiievt good quannUei Frederick Perkins and Amis
Nelson.
"VILLAGERS all this frosty Prm. reported lhat his office as ll"* n v,ncen'-
tide" yiece which has .wen '""ken and entered between 8 00 l""ow "
chosen for the lest ploco of the P.m. on Thursday and m m n> yn ^ own c0S!PJMltn1! ro"1
Choir compelit.on on Monday at PrM*y Georgetown, British Guiana.
tlieJl WW Scouting. Religion
lng Gweiulolyu Orandlii
December 31.
She was also put on a bond with
Damlcy Rock for three months in
the sum of 11 for resisting Island
Constable Bennett on Bush Hall
Cross Roail while in the execution
of his duty.
The Frosty Tide
Is Here
.............xhlbltlon surprising lhat he i
the ..f his pottery was held in Undon oenced by the work ..( Oerl-
, '"'" bafor* the last war After the l'""". ,hc tamou, French horse
"' scl""- Parti axlubitkn he ";,"''cr. Sport has formed the
Scouting-A,, Adventure SS^aifSRfffi!
.....Ill the foundation
mil the motive powe
ONCE AKK THE SEASONAL
OPPORTUNITY TO FXPRESS OIIB UEEP
APPRBCIATION oh VOUR CONTINUED
ONAGi V.I' GOOD WILL
YEAR AND TO
! YOU
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Uiappu SVew ^ear
i'itlfil iritli
I ^Health, happiness and Prosperity*
Id. IIAIIIIISON & CO. (bimis) LTDJ
^^wg\gii- in Dublin, but as i
result of
was
mgs. His work has been exhibited
ented i
collections
mam cm-
s not limited to any one religion; KwoJLTto*.?lSrJ. h
t Is not denom,alH,al. bw J^SJ P"^"C }bt '
s a religious and spiritual Move- ,. t,'^"^ bj fksm "J"' a m m ,
ual. It is not only a method
training, but |g .!lsu brother
hood, a fellowship based ni dut.
in God ano service to oui
ft How-men, with a common rule
and Albert Museum, Londor
Sensitive Artist
Kenneth Hall's walercolours
reveal an extremely sensitive ar-
tist. "Boats on the Itlver lUi.ce'
Kensington Oval standis" in- * HMd that I sn.ull amount ri*; l?a,tV![? Kbin P**8!11*^-
eluded in the lln.t programme ol " moooy and some books ire o*t m w ,UKnes ana Donald Preparation. Progress
the Police Band for the New Year missing. The matter is hi>i. Rafel Nichols are aboard The n,e
*- at Queen's Park beginning at 4.45
Jr pjn. to-day.
t The Programme:
Prnrwiorml Muivd
TMX STATE THUMI'in'WIS
ftyiuphuiiH K'..i|ii
M MOVKMENT UNnNI*-HlJi
i
ballfl 4-lr-i.m
U ikh'tiwik PAMTAOq i
The iiiti-e. >( tin. .uik -..s

. iptod bj <>u<>
JtMajditiil (or ti* u.f i Ruraiwi
terwl St>fU I hv rrquna.
NAZ/UtfTni Cli-tl*. liii.ii ii I
I Solo Buplioiiluiii Balllton
CAROLS
"PYom Hit rAlem Mounla.n.
"VilUim alt Uiu Km*l> Tld* '
To Mrnuli Ouariiiat*
WUKTIIV IS TlIK IAMII
AWON OIORUN ,, |
ariid Mvh CljaOI'ATHA
HYMN&
-I VM I .,.!,,
_ rhnxr.1
TH- I<(rd i. ii .
-in*, ('rlnvoitd
GOD SAVE THi: K1N

rssel carries 230 tons of gsjwnl
ol life. Duly to God is net \wu and St Knogal" are int.:.
of Scouting; it is the whole examples of the effects which can
purpose of Scouting. Purpose )> obtained by outlining obects
< a word beginning with pan sod ink or brush, and
with the letter "P" which we m the use which eta be made ol
might un as our title. The Put- uncoloured portions of the back-
pose of all our Probation, ground to light a ploton Th.
md Prat- artM died in tragic circumstances
n 1946. at the early age of 32. He
cargo and she lef, Georgetown on Jc*','" S, "ESS T
Wednesday, ">ecember 21.
don In 18
f/emenrary Teachers
HQUSE DESTROYED
ON Knday at about 10.30 a.m.
B lire of unknown origin broke out
Dl | wall and wooden house at Hniri Mmmtinn nt Ci> Hmica
Surinam VlUae, St Joseph, and nota mman0 at ^n- "wise
A meeting of Elementary
teachers was held at the Churrh
iplotcly destroyod it.
longer hours which were intro-
duced by the Director of Educa-
tion.
A resolution, agreeing mat the
CANES BURNT hours remain as usual, that .s froi
9 a.m. to 3
bul .1 was no) Inturad, It Is the
nroporty of Oscar Chandler or
Hopcwell, St. Thomas. At the
i.me til the tire it was unoccupied.
9 a.m^ to 3 p.m, was carried : ,KnUH{ , narruw.mllld1 .lll(l ,,;,,,
Another lire also of unknown v" 5" t",,hers agreed with this ,hlIlk only |n lcrmj. , Cubs ()| .
CCurrad on Friday at resolution.
Park Plantation, St. "* njajorlfy were of the opin- ...
Joseph, and destroyed 5j acres of lon tne Elementary children could u/e may,
iir-st crop and :; seres of third "ol s,and UP to a 6-hour day In
crop ripe cones. The damage is scho01 because this method was
ii insurance. The canes ""t pvrn employed in Secondary
t.pe
of A. Cainer.ii
In r irlisle.- IK.i.
*chools
12 Months For
One Pair Shoes
Nineteen year old Rupert Ellis
S, ban Lane listened calmly
. I ill- Worship Mi. H. A, Talma
yesterday ntorruni sentenced him
10 I] months' impiiaonmcnt with
hard labour for stealing one pair
i-oar: vat Potick. Btk I
IL Sfh Prtru^H Lou.-. Y.iChl Hw^ic,
B*n Ad-iiM.,, s.h llsnuato. srti
nviilaon. Yacht Mj... \i V. n>*r>
W04 V.wl Siortrbcrkri. S. It s,
U Sch Moiy M L*WU -s. h
\'.:
AKUVALS
1 I PANTTJl. J fixm U K Agv..!
I'd
IN TOl'ill WITH lt\ltH\IM>S COABt STATION
CN# mid WirrlM. ,W t l.f,1 .
fun U>> can now com mi in kale w
folio*,i* .hip. at aa Ihruufh lh
b*oo. ohm Mattta
SS Varontco, s.S. Phtloaophr
StlvwttntJal. AS sUUMrln-.
^a-nrtaiwvia, S.S HunnrUl
Maova. S H IVt JatMaW I s
o^^liird. R S Elori.i. I
i.U
M.lfnuio. S S Bo tli.' *- >- l.ii.lr 1 ngfuaj S S I iltSa Vl
Har. Bmla, HI Abbvdjk. O.S Kaly, S.S
M' S.S Dulorea. Ill RM DaUa. S S tlrr.li...
S S. 8 S Cornell. 8 S. TaUmoti. g.fl V...,
SS Mum. S.S Marv a.m.- ss
Gold Haab. S.S. Rrafil s -.
on to the title for the whole ""'' EJ"?! J" -"^'M^Mly at
ranet, vUah Ii Adventure ,:. u,?,'a'>,?'"'''?: ^"K,"\a'J-
throuih S-outinn". For the 'hc L!KI' 9U*' l,""h" M"1 ""'
advanture of Scoutinn l> a A"'d' Oalaary, Bond street, Loo-
I pintual adienluie. This game "~
,if Seouting il Ihe adventure Tl"' Insh Tr,n "alarool
oum> which takai '"ll'' Hurrj',
t.me l .lute. aJoiif 'in road fwaa borad tratn aculad in
which leads to Ota !' Hi''. .i
BMndM I.in. Bt John's Wood An School,
With whatever section >! th....."I won :, seholarshlp lo the Hoyal
".'.it we us Scout, i :."i.v nf Paining In IM7
"reined, we must always ho held his lirst axhlbltion m '.lu
li.it long view and ke.i, Wenheiin OaUtry, Ii
lhat ultimate aim in niiiui. act- inoducetl two books of dm.
rm poUcj (Il and haa rlBca held esinhition. ai
varj eas> 10 bOCODM Inn 1 th,- Hedfern Gallerv. London.
viiiniiiissHinerl to de-
~ eostumes for Robert
is rather than o( Men.) Our Helpman's ballet "Hamlet" and
ultimate aim is lu make good man |,te for Tchaikovsky's romantic
passing, produce ,,11^, lx ^ ,le5 CyjnH",
good boys , goo.1 ..oull, ,,. Krnus ^p^^n,^ by a
n.,s to produce .,,,, I.,,,,,,,-,,,,,. h ',,v,.v.......,,.
It makes a good .I. ille.l K.illiiig Angel." Miss K,.,u-
, nee if we keep that am, always , ,.,, fr|pm| , lhf arsl
in mind. (1) It make, our Job illm5 hu, hw WMk
something really worthwhile lfri.,., fIom lna, 0, fnnc
(21 It help, us to face that feel- nod|ikins , ,ha, htr drawing is
ing of disappointment which ,nore exact, althou.'h her colour Is
alwayi comet when our boys |CM nch .,,, wsuous. Miss
(TOW up and "grow out .if OUI vraUs was born of n Bristol fam-
IKirlicular section; when Wf haw
10 send our best Cub up int.
the Scolds, ni :i really uaofll
P.l. iato the Seniors. t3l It eve.
lo iho Oroup -. vei. n
_ of unity because throughout
tat gents John'whha 'brown .hoes ""'"' ,is "* "' ff
valued at 7.0. the property of '< the Scooter at any on
c F Harrison & Co, Ltd l'C'lr "*<> w| ""
Island Constable Sobers said he "'"" *" "' *"
"nested Ellis about 9.50 on De- training Ihe boy in its nun. 1 m. roi0ur is pleas-
eember 31 on Hinks Street. He ixispoctlvc as u ,.,, hl. hlls a|g0 UM)1 ink to
, was carrying a pair of thi bog I pan ol '" ,,,.t,hen the outline nf his ll-
IhOM and aakad him if he had Jounwj im on llre, |1(,k,vl Kai travelled in
i I hem. Ellis told him no. U* IM" e. Spain and Frame He ha.
Ellis had six previous convic- strtlcl* ,.i ..\hihiiions of his work in
Hon.. vhc last one being on Juin UHnl whe Ii he fall I" l|~-d 10 London. Dublin and Manchester.
.1 "hen he was sentenced to four
months' imprisonment with hard
labour for stealing one pair of
shoes.
For
the COMFORT
ol your
POULTRY
USB-------
II l
GEORGE PAYNES
is
GOOD COCOA

ll> iiiul studied ;it Ml all idWOl
m lhat cits and latar in Parti
I'hel.m Glbb, she took up
Itottery in her later life, but her
pottary is of a more domestic
ler than his.
Cornish Water Colour*
Two Cornish water colours
with sailor* showing the influ-
if sculpture are Ihe work of
FINE-
PURE
SOLUBLE.
Iuiiks r\ I In-. I.hi
Qua. SinauuL (xSi&k
ivatP
I'M!
V^ULUMilL
He Spent Xmaa
A way From Prison
anaiTAlai I.. H H I :
''"a TK1MUAD
Mkhaal ttamdiii, Tnnoth\ H*adit-.
oorouvv Morrli, Aillui. Hot
Gltlena. IJUi.ni Sc.l.
IJIJ Boon, Alvaro laij-.
"^'*. Alrrado BWtan.i
.all. Gw-ri'.dultik CSM
Hush Coxa. Paler Rav...
*"". Klv.ia h
*< JAUAI. \
Mr John Paa|*. Un. tUm Gardiner
* Cyril Hunt*. Mr. AUrvd OtarSUvat
' ANHODA.
'attnee Otmvh, Willimn Ctd
'^ii. MaiKNrt iinni, Howard Bmll)
!*"> Oanby. Barbat..
CaUaby.
-.' Riipiti DoUiivih. Mr. HsatOI
*"- Mia. Dmlrr la^cock. Ml
'-"Vrock. M-laa *t.ufl Ttodd. Mr - I
na Orean. Mia. Cymrna Qrarti. I*v
"". Oraen. Mr- Mabir :
TAKING i: esuy in i rave Ir.
i. ,: Warrens Plantation. St.
vis, 33-vpar-old Court n^y
lllai Fish Kye. uho 8
At present he is living in Paris,
vhere he is working under the
utrnnage of the sculptor /jidkine.
Itowland Suddaby'n water col-
ours show great strength of model-
ling by the use of Juxtaposition
of colours Morn in 1912. he
IM at the Sheffield College of
iiiimi i > rmta.ua" Arl. and spent some years design-
HARBISON lm.r SS. I'lante. < ,m, ,d h
called at Barbados yesterday will. , s[ ,., hibion al ,,
cargo from I,.ii.l..n ..... .Vnlheiin Gallery in 1D34 Hh
Vauxhall sali-.ns. a Morns
< ixford Blloaa and 1 Citroen 15
ITO BE CONTINTFI)
NEXT WEEK:
Planter Brings
Motor Cars
///,/./ IfOUl Hi-" IJe"r
I',, ,/,/./ ana . (nd all lna) /'.i/."'
( until tjiim "in/
CAVE, SHEPHERD
& Co., Ltd.
i0, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street.
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ivork i
Elirobclh Wailng. Mim Nanc<

Mi Tooaa>. Mr-
I Vlvi
Thr fiilkntina; panaarvfar* arrived from

Mr Alien Ltach, Mr Orm\ Brown
Mr Ahle>' Colter. Mlaa Shlrle> Colter.
Mr Cecil Dealer. Mr* Maud Dexter.
Maaa Germaine Ofagnon. Mn Been
Mi Herbert Heinbe.
Holmaa. Mr Fred.uk Mr T,i
mid. Mrt Maraarel Mr Derm id. Mr
Omnium. Mn Dorothy Urmllluii.
?!,>, aitt*> a .a>. i i. j ^ ....^ ,.
e.iped from -,,rlson on November *''"iu' ,, r* #
I WHEREAS
. |wHBrrBA
Ituiiiour Denied
1 y
llanci in Britain, n-Sfll___
ei>iesente Itnta
shilin.eiit of 7.*

i\ notice under Superintendent
' A. Fnrmsr.
Sealv escaped while hc mo
tier p i*oneni were working jt
When caught yestei-
'V. his clothes were ragged but
d u though he had been
w-ll fed. He had a lin and
Msjssn DaCoata I
hn ' m btw
;.. U> |
NatioiMil
Mr
Tit .t:
Sir.*
Mr
The Weather
J Ru Hi
f" Sets i-o
* ruin ji
Jjjptwi- m ..
"TiaAT
5JW.1I iCoJrlngtonl r,il
eraii,
Z*** Diri.. .( ,m r in .,
aaBr Iibi MSSS .11 am)
LaSBM
ir.*. naaMiDA
Mra VSepeth Brir, Mr O*
Paa*ens*r leavlnc (or Canada h~
!
*:! norland. Mr H A r Thontao,
Ihtucilla Handle... Mr F.
Wilier
i.'MUDA Hurl Cood-'l
it TRINIDAD Mr. Cheater Uitharin.
NX hats on Toda\
I -...I II m.
-*a. artw. IS mnd 4 p m
la
tn^~. IM C.ralv 11 Afllftlll T I.
other articles In the cave. He Montreal. Ithrouah
iave the poUce a ood ron beforo ,lg,n!, Maaua llaidinei Austin .
wa. finally caujht. c. Ltd.i lhal mi
Scaly said he had felt llae s ,|, ,troi f
.endlnf out the Christmas season. ).,,(, Company.
There is no lull ol
omour lhat ownership
had been ch.njed.
:
a iVHt'flE/.S
^ AMD
WHEREAS
{therefore
M.V. Blue Star
On Dock
11
ill
ii
1,8
is
is
a. *
w want to xpresa out appreciation loi utfc Mj
this Friondlv Associalion m MLl
w are pleased lo send you this Certiti- M 9
cule of Good Will which carries with H
it our sinceresl wishes lor a
IS W IKHiiFY Iff If
the joyous holiday Season is now hen
the Spirit ot r nendship and Good Wil
now prevails everywhere
we value qr-o'ly our Friendly relations
Died Suddenly
Ftft
of Kr died
it hi home on Thun- j
M.V. Blur Star" Iffll
l"i.
''
T- day,
..... sui returned here A imjm rie^ ex.imination _
<.n Monday from Nassau via St. perfonn
iigo. It has fione on ,,, g
bava a geneial glean up.
ZHappy and Prosperous
New 'year
A\ff.fffS fffff . WttfllS
^^^^Hf'.rawwafiwnnftwsiiHiiiiftSo,^ ,|.
AND A PROSPEROUS
i'KAK IS OUR
wish TO CUSTOMERS
AND r'RIENDS
Dial 2072 & 4502


PACK TEN
li .l>\ I if \\ I
SUNDAY, i im illy | ,,a
REVIEW OF THE VEAII:
Year of Economic Difficulties Has Sobering Effect
To call IM9 a year of crises of Britain, and the programme ol
would suggest that preceding Miporls from dollar areas,
years since 1945 were free of Although Mill enjoying a nark-
Maae. Of course, they were not. ed. though reduce*) favour af by- whti Treasurer of
i-(I, the crises of the past foul elections, the Government have the Middle Temple, officiated at
yean, have been so numerous an not been fortunate this year, (he reopening ceremony of the
to numb the sensitivity of the pub- Strikes have proved a serious em- aiMlaal Middle Temple Hall re-
li* It has been difhcult to gel barrassment. The year opened stored after war damage. Hit
certain types of men to believe wilt, thirty thousand bus drivers Majesty honoured the heroes of
that there would be anything seri- striking for time-and-a-half pay
ouily wrong with the state of the for Saturday afternoon work. A
country so long as the wage packet 5equence of strikes in the London
maintained its plumpness. docks began in April, and reached
The year now ending, however, a grave climax -in July with a
ho* wrought a change Its distinc- strike lasting twenty-four day*
tive feature has been its sobering and involving sixteen thousand CciVCd the Western Europe Chiefs-
effect. The wage packet has re- dockers. Troops had to be used of-Staffs arriving in London for
tamed its plumpness, but there has to clear cargoes of s< me food ships, consultations; and, with the Queen,
been an increasing awareness that The Government ivused a State \,.,ied Edinburgh for Hsgni
in purchasing power was falling: of Emergency to be declared by tival of all the arts. The Ascot
ui put another way, that the cost Royal Proclamation. race meeting restored to its pre-
Of living was rising. Side by side "Go Slow." and "Work to Rule"
A'lth QMS development ''.ere has measures by railwayman brought
Deen a_growing realisation that a serious threat to summer rail
wages were not to be permitted to traffic, and culminated in the N-
piifue rising prices: that if the tional Union of Railwaymen ap-
wnge packet would no longer pealing directly to the Prime Mm-
cover expenses, some expenses ister to intervene to prevent .1
Would have to be cut. possible national railway itoppasjr
Early In the year then- ere That event was fortunately averl-
rhethor the "wage f:
would be made really effective remained to be settled, and still duous in their discharge of public
Unions continued to (lie claim- foi remain Strikes in Lancashire ad duties. They had a particularly
advancer and negotiations ere Yorkshire collieries were also warm welcome in Edinburgh for
am But ai the months went among labour troubles which the festival. Lancashire, York-
. ,eai that the Gov- proved costly *hire, the Channel Islands, and
Ireland were visited by the Royal
Tribunal Set I'p couple. They attended the Royal
Agricultural Show at Shrewsbury.
An event happily rare in British i (he autumn the Duke of Edin-
pubhc life was the setting up of a burgh left to take up hli Naval
*" duties at Malta, and Princess Eli-
Kv Hnoii'.i
H.M.S Amethyst who had gallan:-
K beaten 1 fl attacks by Commun-
n' forces in China and brought
then ship through a menacing
situation. The Sovereign present-
to the Irish Guards
*>ar glamour had the presence of
the King and Queen on three days.
His Majesty had a great ovation
when his horse Avila won the
Coronation Stakes.
K-*n On Public Interest
.\\\Jii/*

montha for
contempt of court, and
10.000 was imposed on the pro-
:per. Bii-
as the trial revealed, Haigh con-
fessed to the murder of no fewer

' A

111 'Whitei'JJ. Sir
Nicholson famous por;i
and Professor Laurie noted for
his reaeareri and achievement-
parsons. In What :->- the preservation of old maslt:...
claimed to be "dream mad:., r Frederick Ogilvi,
Fi\r Drowned
could not retreat from
policy of a wages' ceilinn
luctantly, Ihe Unions
.laclcd thai the gov-
ernment must be supported.
Two events have helped to bring Tribunal to investigate allegation
home
econom
a Budget
extreme.

ment would like to make in a pre-
en, m the autumn. l-! " the Board Of
tame the dr-valuation of the T"d? '">" his_office and hjs
It was announced in Jum
Princess Elizabeth and the Duke Hugin ndV Manor, famous hone
ed, but thorny points of difference of Edinburgh have been most awi- ot t>,aeli. had been handed over
to the "National Trust. Field Mar-
shal Montgomery spoke at the
D-Day memorial service held In
the British cemetery at RanvilW
The cross channel steamer Psin-
crst Ait rid struck a mine in Ihe
channel and was submeu- d r
of the crew were drowned, but
all passengers mostly B
were safely landed.
irnvided material
' Lind in the
type of crime fiction presented in
books and films to n public which
has an polite for
siKh fare, but which, nt the same
l the alarming
growth of crime.
theft is a conse-
Of unemployment and
poverty I
convictiw during 1
period of abundant employment
There were several large rob-

A moonlight raid on a Hunger-
ford man toe family
resulted In the
thieves getting away a
000-worth of jewellery; only a
fortnight later a gang of "dinner
bOOk L IH.000 worth
.nrt jewellery from '.he
home of :i racehorse owner. In
one London case a bank .
to have been defrauded of
Trri.-rt" Crime
pound, with an immediate increase
in the price of bread, and the
ol further rises in the
tost of living within ii few months
of bread up; the value
U down and wage*
iTW complex economic
causes of these unpleasant hap-
is.ni not be generally
understood, but those three stark
: !'
that something urai seriously
amiss. As the year ended. Mi
Maurice Web.. Ml'. Chairman of
the Parliamentary Lat>
summed it all Ufl
"This is something worse lhan
I kp of Parliament, arid
the resignation of a Labour nomi-
nee as a Dlractoi of the Bank of
England A further I
sequel was the escape to Israel at
I
chief witness of the Inquiry ami
r#en summoned to ap-
pear at Bow Strae' magistrates
alleged bankruptcy ^ , ,h(1
ngratu-
lations from all parts of the Em-
pire, made a long Continental
tour during the jrasjr
awry attended the cen-
LonS of the Bed-
lord Colleen for Women of which
he li Patronesa Another notable
I' she undertook was
the reopening Nrvlci of the his-
toric old church at All-Hallows-
by-the-Tower whuh was damag-
I'OLllI ame an unprecedented There wos a romance Of Royal
' when five Parilama I .iber when
/ .,: Secretaries lost their the Earl of ILirewood, son of the
appointments because Ihey had Princess Ro>.il. was married to
acted contrary to Government Miss Marion Stein The
policy on the Ireland I I. On born bride was a concert plants!
It is a fundamental ofhnr Uswaa the Government lost The Raj
maladjustment in our rhoM ,l" '-Pport of two Soeiallsl M.P*s ,iatron of music
__.____________,__ - .ml .in*. uub 1. I..___'1*1________
discrimination
marched from the Mansion Hi
to si Paul's' to corns*
And Vikings landed in Engla id
again; they came in tin
ship Htim. and
and m:iii\
The RavQiv
est merchant ship bulll
Tvnr itacc the war, went to
in August. Mr Pntrii
. : ad M00
l hrs. 3 mins., there
up an endurance raeof
Mi Churcl ill
was honoured 1
of Strasbourg fur Ins Wl
.
< ity
The religious world a
I
"Perfeci r
to counsel, a young


N cunning

1
one most su.

ly ipl to qu b |
njeUmes |
ol the B.B.C .
-. I'tnguished aduonttonJ
Smythe was Known for his gre it
nounf
- medicine
. lost Sii R, Robertson;
grt and Sir
Maurice Cassidy both Royal
Eminent churchmen
who hiive died lnclud<
bishop Amigo. who rec
is )ubtlec
., Holy ' his long
<: vice as Rom;i-
Bishop of Southwark, the Dean ol,
Lincoln, and Lord Daryington w' 0
had been a great figure m Anglic hi
mission and propagan'i 1
mganisntlons.
Commerce lost Lord Leverhuim"
who had rendered signal generous
to education
ad Obi Ma 1
I
who had many big li
, terests. and ha
nterial office, and Mr. A. V U
1
in the aircraft Inrtu
had In the:r

nation. There a
..-
I
making him u
of Honour. Dame
::. left fragrant
U
" n
1
Wallj it-
farcc and owner
I 1
Gr .-
V f irn t b<
ii.'!!, r. and PlrUi

eronomic system It is going **n<* one paarMr. Ivor Thomas
to take many long years of M >* *nd Mr. A. Edwards. M.P
and since his by report* of the arrival in !>
: l lias written much on don of fragments of o
effort to correct."
With that diagnosis there would
be a large measure of agreement
amona all Parties, though there
'
leaving the Socialist benches for
v.itiv. Party and I*rd
Milverton transferred his allegl-
.ince to ihe Liberal*
Late in uie year Ihe Govern-
ment's catalogue of misfortunes
\ lluw Year *a* extended bv ihe admission of
heavy losses on the African
Parliament is concern- ground-ruts schema and on the
ed. the year has been one of the first year's administration of the
' ith.n living memoi>
Following immediately upon a
Government majority of 90 on its
PaletUjii' policy came the British
*> tseio recognition of the Israeli
Government Soon afterwards
Parliament (BVe a second reading
to the National Theatre Bill which
projects ;, State theatre as a par)
of the larger scheme of the Festi-
val of Britain 1051, on ni
irosrimatab 10 inlUloni
ari- to I*' IMDt, with
gjgProval ol the Opposition, se-
cured in lev- anxious days by the
fcriiamentan tk U |fa n, 1, n
Morrison

for the restoration of the light of
10 introdui 1
lid. Into the Commons, but the
Iron and Steel Hill bu been met
throughout the year with uncom-
n a constant autiaty. Early in
the vein there were supi >
1 foi l'J21.OU0.tMKi includ-
ing flit) -eight millions for the Na-
tional Health s nrtoa, and ilfty-
t*o millions more for the Minif-
rood.
The Budget presented by Sir
Staflom tiipp* had to
account the furmidable delicii on
nut of no less lhan
423 millions for the sterling area
The Chancellor bud tu tell Oca
eminent upoortara candidly that
- ho spoke
.ixal.on while the
< ial services was rising
rapidh appraelntad to the full
could no)
.ike and eat It, But in
-
Otnatai for gjvoi
lions
atiunah/ed railways.
"" miaOmm nw tarrlMj
ipen.i.r prohably worki
ml .11 ahoui .'.. 1J. ,i MS*.'
I 1 l Mutual
music first brought bride and
bridegroom togeth. Mm King
n and the Pftnceatc
were at the wedding M
North Ac
pactaUj cornpoatd foi the occa-
Ellis h
I kburgh had

and the l -1 ml popular
ti by her (harm and her
Some Highlights of The Year
scrolls p re-da ting
existing records Tsfe> I
found in a cave by the Ih id
Sea. The lariji I
In the world, "Brabuorj 1 .
her maiden flight in S>
Piime Minister Attlee had an
underwater crtll
in a new type subman::'
Dutch and Belgian
1 joined the B A I
large-sea!"
Britain.
Koyal t'oininissiniiv Ke:
Kecalling the mghhgh
%ear from month to month, the
iinei yuceii Mart went aground
off the French coast in the tor-
lleh ushered in the
New Ve:ir. but the same waafc
the h 14,000 Ion Untr Canmia,
largest built since the war, start-
ed on her successful nuslden my-
rie Dai
House became Hutehinaon House
m Fclmiary and the |" 1
nt a Natloi .
Of British Sports and I'astimes
in Oulldhall before a brilliant
Ajlglo-Dut Mr. Win-
ston Chi.; the (li<
tius Medal for distinguished
to international
and international law.
One unprecedented event 1
its Its own dlsUnctW* I
publication of the RepOl
Royal Commission on U
After two vi-ai c.f in'. 1
the Commission pronounced I .
Brttlah Pi
tiun," ami "inferior to none 1

ddarnd however that .1 .
fictent in the pra I

was capable of In pi
rrtide suggestions wbaffl
weaknesses might
resnndltd The Report d
mart) ml itaout v 1
i'i.
reeted several rs mn
peace efTOI

I Immoral
g that thai
Pb
would n
1 ickad
rinful.''
.
the war,
s due to evacua-
mbed

1 takj
; families,
.
M dlapiica


helped ij bring
:
by which th<

.
* A f*T
trlttsf Um counti
* -
20 fl. OmI in 43 day*.
RHEUMATISM
and agonising
BACKACHE
GONE!
OMttwr}
;ul political event
lie raeognltloa b>

lleriin An Lift, and the conse-
quant attandonrnaot of tha Russian
polU > o| trj UUJ U) 'li ive her Allies
nut of the (irrman capital by u
Of blockading the cltj
at.amst surfitcc liaiikport from the
W*t The feat of keeping the cil>
uppUad by air throughout the
winter was a tremendous achieve
and lh> 1 iiang* of
HUpss of gratitude from Kn
Germany to tha British when the rsmorl la I KM
landing of a British aircraft at with the I
iterlm commuted delivery ut the Oreo! Britain Much ol
millionth ton of food and freight '
airlift began 1 1
ftntoui llbrarj of O
itandina the
1 1 the fact


0
.
" m.v i......
I In the small of ray
h. ,i *' V "
r-. 1 bottl.
Obstinate
eompiainli
rJiavcd by
NRUSCHEN
rheumatlam u
atari itod ...
parlenoa

" years
ago 1 bi
oomatlain
id shoulde:
Mareh
w* damaged by fln
Arctic Expedition
ittentlon should I
1 r4slatioi
Politics Ai-ain
. ...
eni and in
1 oramons
...

ir by ins
.....11 U) the R
Ol I, .
N..\.il ichit
axpaeUtloo in Arctt
attitude which II broucHl about, waters testing >pucial quipmeut
greatb
I um pi
1 the tension
Royal Activities
1 1 the yeai
have bssn eoncarnad with tha
Royal House whose pupulani.
lib tha nation 1- alway .
it time* when poUtsi M
vide the njlion. thus amp)
Ai ihl tuna Um ChesjareUor had a"e tha value of a monarr'

Ei*sed to devalue sterling li
_ refore came as the greater
MtJW) Troubles: labour
1311 r- (
ments in cond
Old Mr. Churchill was
in Boston In April
ne last Oft) htskork
>ears and uttered a solemn warn*
nit; fupsihri tha dniatar and
maUgnant poUc) of tha
tha K.enilin" Ui,i Heith bs>
1 .nrman o| the new
ntm Ftnanea Corporu-
1 Board of Trade aus-
pices the King wall 1
nonweaUh
inch sat
A.-- the
dose, politics and
nation uiuiK
ra was much tl h
re- eral elect..-i
.1 period ol thirty ym
. r.d elections ban Ea
late autumn, and parti
ol j findiiiii thai
"' the :
lanctlon drastic mag
econornj would have had a go d
. loraUpi 01
starllni Bui
decided othei i
ty about the dale ..t |
im.l that I i a little 1
nniilinu n my paina li..
'ii that day I..,

tlel renllv
surprised me." TR
Rheumatic pains and backache
SI George. Eminent ''"''t-J-ud -poisons which lazy
1 faiMn? T5dS '
-n.r all ihe i.o".,
U.rd ni Api., imull. ihem lo nor-
f.d Lord Du Preq. l.,,l
whleta is ilwaya tlool from ,,,. ,,t
The PM| of llu- km*, UlniM l-"'l.... Hi.' l*rnt>-iiKh!h hui ..
early in tht year, and of the pot- ls"> Induirtrlea Fair opened in m bus. rraylnl Ihtn
poneine.it of Ins Australian lour, l-ndon and Biriiimgliain with a lialtle
evoked many manifestation- ol i.'.orct number of cxhihllon ... As .11 the period alter 11)18
Bank, and the Stork Exchange deep sympathy, and there was a "Jay That month brought :, influence of a great
closed foi a day. ThereafUr the great popular welcome fo. the y"''" h Ambassador to Broadcaai-
snon.,c .o.u^uence. began to King, wlvsn. ,n June, he mad. Ml l>H House, prssartnol a l.pest.j low.
ikfm.n.1 allrnl.on The Govern- appearance at the Kmj. Bull I IKh GoWn- ,.,
1 of review, his rtrst ceremonial en- mem 1.1 recognln......I "thl help "f tin suirsWn ,.( the
shock when Ihe Government
announ.-ed devaluation t w
month, later
. and
ment had lo face the grim t.
deciding on economics Mi gagemciit-ru-i a u. nig ill
Churchill piomtsed support for all SO exceptional operation
rsoasures which tha Opposition The King uiaugursled Colonial
could accepl as being demorutrab- Month m a ceremony al the
ly ill the national interest, bul the Church House. Wcstminstei On
.1 whole was not satisfied ihe Can taiga Dominion Dsy Then
Ihe programme ultimately Majesties want to Wesl:
and comfort London radio offered BJ resson of onginallt.
i': k.. '''" *" l,hd. "i" " down in ||M 1
Nottingham attained the lot] ..I crlata The trial of J,
full status of ,. OaorgN Halgh fo. the killp
u ,,? 'll ,,0""u,d' broken by M. Mrs Oluc Durant Deacon ii,
Neville Duk. were those from closed a sUrthng use of scmtl
produce., ; tfi ..ovein.iVenlTim' AblSTi iSg^irrk. tSxSS iSSZ "lUM SSJlftlLX *EF*F& o
Ing at economies of 250,000.000 Club had pre., ..,,,1 men who fell , th* war c,c murder f. a.
mJ'^nd "cT ""fSr,Wiu\ 'l"'"'''" Tliei, Man-.'i.- us. .ommemor.ted h. thrie \^. ,''^",,
ill* and other la.ld.na. school ,n memory of the Canadk u wh the RovalArtilvf
meal. Food M.mstr, .Jmw ,n the wa, Hid Parkt Dream \ladn-s.
lion the much-dlscuwd Fe.liv.. A memo, able legal occasion was .... veiled b> Prime,, Ellz.i, '''"-
!.". among man.
0airii sir Walur
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-isl.U. JAM UH !U
The Commonwealth
Develops A Collective
Foreign Policy
Article1 The Treaty With Japan
Hy Hut id Tfin pit- IKoImi is
LONDON. Dm is tired of the burden. A
These are B uriM il two former Security for War. Mr.
articles reviewing Uie work !{,,y..ll. blurted out the truth a
before the t uiiimoiiwi Ill ,g0 that occupation ol Japan
Ferricn Minister* when they is ifUliUrily wasteful and does
inert -i i.iittrrnce hi not ill into United States Pacific
January that ihr wrilrr re- Strategy. The policy planners, he
gards a very signilicont lor indicated, must think of a way to
ibe Common wealth'! future, withdraw. So the problem of the
WHEN the Foreign Ministers of Japanese Peace Treaty is pushed
t commonwealth meet in very forcibly in front of the Com-
lonbo in Januai up monwealth Foreign Ministers.
dlfcusalon on the Japanese
pact Tn '' '-nd cross- Self (.ovemment
"5Sth mat will rufe '"'a* Jnp- """ m iwo
SUNDAY ADM i,
I'A...
By Or- W_ II. Intfe Former Dean of Sf. Paul's
I HtC MAP ifaOWl Japan in relation to Asia and her Common wertlth
^n^ich morcVum'ci/' :ur P">ts'oi . wtthto "the ^-Khbours. The shaded area indicates territory that the Japanese
Previous cOOlertOCa OH tt CmpmmUk towards the eco- succeeded in capturing at the point of their furthest advance
subject much more tbeo- "j^p '^i^ll^I.'i
Uie event STrc,r>K pressure comes *rom both
Labour and Conserva'.ive M.P's
the last war.
_jcal and further fn
~ AdT in hoi that with '"-'ween Japanese and Western ,^,J?. L lhc fu,!urc '" h15 ''"'"' Tnc "*--- ol ,he Murma
SfSumcc ^Pcacfxrcav industry. This is common""for" %"2? ^J** J""!?" "" C"mp"n> were "">"*. '"
Eg the Soviet Union. After '"be nude between, on the one mem was "ownership and - SSlT .,"Son? SET 1 |S
bed an ......' "'1I"pr.'':', co.?"^mlon' n' '"' ' the means ( producUon." Un.ted Ktnadom Gmerament
"^IT-aty had been achieved noceMarily unfair", due to the But recently there has crowd i*ar,n- reV^SbUitv for om
k,, |,alv BUI Itnc then the low price ot Japanese labour and. the face 01 this Burmew Gov- pensation to slur 'holders nd
ChitMM Communist _.*._* dumping of ; rnment a look of remorse, per- not accounting IS, "The rh, -
Mere
rtorv
as altered tha pattern in Japanese goods caused by the haps a touch of pleading, towards meat Government. This has been
fir East .nd entirely dot- pre-war prattler of ptortdlna U cap.toh.t. exploiting world .-eo..ed m Mr. AtUeeKaSE
export bonuses to Japanese in- recently denounced. Industries statement that 10.000,000 woulJ
Grinding the face of the -xpropriatjd. including the Ir- be dwtr.buted between various
poor was Japans pre-war radpa -oddy Flotilla Company, with coropantea seeking compenaaUon.
.rmament. American ad- [*"" 'narxist fervour soon alter Tin position ol the Irrawaddy
ministration has brought proper tnc astrological I y determined Flotilla Company is different. It
labour standards wages and *x"lll)ration of "independence" was expropriated by the Bur-
factory conditions. Insisting on ;ue "ow wing offered a mod- mese Government, led into office
their continuance bv incorporating (, e ^n-Pensauon. And on the b) H Aung San. in that Gov-
lause in lhc Trentv II B -angufnc f rc.ngln of thls "*?* generosity emmtot't early, marxist phase,
with money *** -** .-
Kred lhc hop* on which the Can-
rra solution of the Japanese
I.. ,'k'1.
imposjrible
hhen ull ;i couo-
i iiui Russia
[the Foui I ..uioti oi
Trcaly
t the Treitt arui 'rusting approach to the prob- .J'' n,irwn-
* i... fk. .C- ^_*^. i,._ ""' HurmesL- Government is jitical move
\ be concluded by all major
lam. Tn* other pnicflce. callea
'dumping". Is contrary In th
parties '"'"i"1"* ;. '% "mir ',J inP
.if- p... b.i ihM Vtonlrl charter ol the International Trade
U- Organisation to which Japan
might be required to subscribe.
to be borrowed As originally announced, this po-
Governme
seeking to |>ersuade other
liudc Holland and Fia
g^ia, u a Pacaflc tountry-
at Conn' i
by Washington
panics that Capital
Burma is secure.
Bui such a harsh description
of the Burma Government is un-
just. It pays no account of the
under-publicised fact tiiat Bur-
Scrond Point nf View
But there la a second Common-
.. diplomat, thought that the wealth point of view. Qkaap subjec'ted *W "Sw at
KmHltB J"P-e goods are, in the short Thij wrJ J 'a nna ;
TXnierican point of ,u-* |*nn ^uasaet to India perhaps Sir UuLn nTe ^'no^n
ing Japan. In a aaOM there even Pakistan, and certainly the fact run tar bevond the irra-
some truth in that as the t-ountnea of South-East Asia, waddy, British Government dia
was critical of MacArthur'a Jnt:y lower the cost of living in not hand over, to U Aung San
e policy in Japan, which the East, below that possible il a going concern. Britain, not
ied to be excluding British those countries are compelled to lold of thJj post-war eh,
|be>s, and Hie Padflc domm- huy from high-cost producers demns Thakin Nu too
4 Australia and New Zealand especially their textiles from The two rival elements, facing Burmese problem Then
I greater anxiety than the I^casnlre. this Government in Burma are two factors. One is geographical
s concerning security As Mr. Mayhew, Under- the Communists and the Ki- The security ol Burma India
a ed Japanese aggres- Secretary for Foreign Affairs nnM The so-caUed Communlsis and Pakistan have to be'eonsid-
nother nencration. At remarked to an M.P. questioning
was an expropria-
tionwith no mention of com-
invested In pensation. Since then less marx-
ist counsels have prevailed. The
valuation set on their assets by
the Irrawaddy Company has never
been offered by the Burma Gov-
, ,> u* aUr- \"",*, Bt there have been
.. since the war, has never been 's,lron*, "" P*7* m denied, it should be raidthat
Burma has converted an offer of
"25 per cent compensation" in
Burmese sharesthat Is blocked
assetsinto an offer of uble
that size in sterling.
The Commonwealth Foreign
con- Ministers should, and surely
^adily. wU|, i&f a wider view of the
confused mixture. There
Colombo Conference some of him on this point' recently^ JJJ 'cw deotrinaire Russian
same opinions will probably "Certain countries are more in- lr,ained marxlsls - indeed more
axpressed and developed. But. terested in Japan as a source ol '', Jh^are 'in.,the,. Government
Ft from the victory of Com- supply than as a competitor in f'* TS* *"** Bindu. rouPs
dst China, .tnother event has trade/' follow. lhr own Thakin. who
red the pattern of discussion.
la, Pakistan and Ceylon will be
The attitude ol Australia and
side.
folio.
was, in the wartime resistance
id bargaining with the Japanese
i as one. The other is eco-
ncnie. South-East Asia will
i.ot be place on a sound footing
until Burma exports, again, a
large surplus of its rice crop in
order to lower the high cost ol
living ol the whole area.
New Zealand is uncertain. On ,J", ,n* intellectual and aesthetic The geographical factor"a
"So^rnlmT fcrSTS^ ST-? I**! S & *?T *\2*S C '^JT^^^'J^
*nt .. an Commonwealth :us.p,l,;lous
icy towards Japan have
ged and become more com-
Two Threats
now \\\u
ii Ihe CoflUM
In the Kai
it was
..lb Japan
deal with Japan's own
Item
f .onceasions that lcadln_8; as Aung San did, the conclusion that although Burma.
tough elements of Burma. Per- U not a member of the Com-
sonal rivalry, distrust, dacoity monwealth, she should be re-
'"' i'11 from the point of view u(
are the principal elements in defence, nnd when eligibility for
Burmese politics. Confusion faces .ertniri forms of assistance is
m the observer. The Karens, who .onsidered. as if she were a
And t,ontro1 ,arKC VUU, won grati- (vmonwealth country. Thia is
tude and respect from the Allied an attitude that. I believe, India
in Burmalargely be- supports most stronglv and which
cause Buy Acre willing to aid m very acceptable to Pakistan
parr.chuted saboteurs as a means .md Ceylon.
f harming the collaborate
Kire Distribution
would make Japan more pow-
erful. On the other hand re-
stricting Japanese exports and
consequently reducing her wealth,
would certainly force Japanese
people to emigrate en masse
towards South-East Asia,
that Australia finds even more
alarming. Australia is more
likely to ask for the strongest
'anti-militarism clauses" in tru
1 .up. _ y.", "tumant Buiroaaa. The British Coosarra-
( that Japan should be allowed an .,ve circ]e,
.....Id take arm,v ,n ordr ^ defend herself that have ana to 6X- ''"' dtnbution .f rice i:
large proportion ol tho against Communism will not ap- press their demands for inde- ;"",h l?*1 ,Asia to SHU ch*ouc
petulrncr. are now alarmed to
Bnd the Karena tenduig towards
alliance with the "Communist"
as the obvious and nearby
"anti-Rangoon" allies.
,. peal to Australasia. Any Japanese
kit lhc l,m>' i5 dangerous
Confi con-
s threats; one is thi
Soaununism or Rus
the other is that Japanese
will bo drivi
ttUtioti praaaun to another
The Problem Of
Burma
Officially Burma does not ap-
No Improve.m'iit>
na nnd PW ,n_ the; agenda of the For-
are now both
most
pit bo ma p '!
i:
Is probably now
it will prob.,
I
Bui Japanese potenti-
' aggressor will not be
it for many years. She needs
laa. pUnaa, She
indeed, at present, only
curity of the Indian Ocean
area. Burma is patently a weak
link in the chain of countries
nounding the Indian Ocean.
indeed at present, only a Discussion, probably informally. STS^tit
Banal industrial cap i certainly not in plenary eon- *'**** ""'
nt problem that will lombo.
I only to
an adaptnhlc Induftrial
. tolut.on" of har preW ';,,"k*d- lhat 5u1rm* had ***"
ansion. which n lnvil*i the Colombo Confer-
_ smrvn urns* vaeHHlAA lit iRAAe^nA *^
Until the Burmese Government
act a crop, and until it
an encourage even greater pro-
luctlon, its rice is no more thun
hypothetical asset. In these
COOOrnk matttrs the U.K Com-
aalonat for South-Eai.t Asia
Lnta the war, played an
This being the stale of affairs effaotiva part. But now tnat of*
it is obvious that there will be no ftta has been abandor.vd. The
in Burma < na organisation in rlast Asia
until the Itangoon Government tnat is thinking ol these prob-
political understand- lems 's the offshoo'. of the Uni-
onomtc Com
Far
organi
published ex
goon ; atieinpiiMk reilafit rapoits, -ven if they are
to placate the Karens and asks cicmaniary .-y European statu-
tbal the pastthe old days of tical standards, snould be er-
Rangoon's domination, should be toe raged by Commonweaai.
SisjB Ministers' meeting in Cotom-
i. next month. Burma is not
^'ttcil'lv ^'ZT!,1 "n". -""* """""' ""dersfm: tht od.hoo'.
ull the rnrnmnnweAlth ^nAte '"8 'n"' "lr'0"5 n alliance or led .'.auonsuie s>:oilomic I
. ciS i^olveTta "" ','^"""M i White Hand, r Y.F.., This o,
support I have heard prejudiced
to before th. ihP"Burmeie"''weak- UnUl Itangoo.,.. QovatlUMOt SW? *?u LTIJ0".. *2SlK
too dense population, an nv- paaa is bound to continue at Co- achieves such a toluttoo, nu Onan- ,mmT ^ 7- represjeiila '
.nd aid will do mo:- truettaa effort by expert. In
,d report, subsequent- pUT ot. smaU ,anns for to Uekie the proble.-is of
, that Is alreadv torn asunder by too Asia WtH,oul dr~ rding on the
West. Th' progress ol such ef-
forts should be watched earerly.
never have
equality in the
ue for gei.
Europe..!;
ir by assisting a Japanese ** gHg?J^J^*^ ^SSSS^TtLT&SS^
Burma has been a subject *s { n"onQ^ ft,. nJP^P,>C,a^ w^lth For . ,c Commonwealtl
discussion bet-.-en Co-nmon- >*"rma on January 4th. 1!
Against this background the
The Parallel
wealth M'r.isters -r.i diplo-
'l his fact is not often understood.
Krs the true nature of
Tnc
mats for the past year. In April,
cceut occasion in the
Commons Sir Stafford
li.it there if equal consideration
lor the strorgest. the United
On a i
parallel is net with iw9 the Commonwealth Prime ;,ou*e ' commons oir oianora KVnBdoin aosT^a smallest and
*ny today but with too Ministers, meeting in London, <-npp & " of loans and fS' tolon.
mar Republic. Dawcs loans decided to ask their Ambassa- fgjj p* bv B'"*"1 Iln5t, >
a grantarf m n-rmiiw in th* h i !>, . ~rt n IM5 These included under the
uted to Germany in tho dors in Rangoon to report
Ws; permission was given to Dm financial needs of Burma in i**;|1,u ,51mj ?.'*
MM an arm, albeit .small u.der to give her government ?6/^^ '' .^L?"",
'controlled' at first LUtj ar.d greater assurance
Honal equality was granted; all' against Communist insurgents
a means of keeping Trotskv -'he scheme proposed was that a
U Europe i financial contribution should
there folio toma from Great Britain, Pakis-
adveuturc immediately ,,':|- Ind'a and Ceylon. The Am-
nant had been made hawadora met in Rangoon, spor-
btheSc^. ">'. during the Summer
lation and some on account ol
a cancelled claim against Burma
foi military expenditure by Brit*
is:- forces operaUng in Bun.i-.
ag-inst Bur mans On the account
of British "loans' there appears
figure totalling E3.000.000. But
mm OLD YEAR!
So I'ou must go. Alas, the fete
Ol oil things.'Comes it scan o.
lute
Bye-bye Old Year
U LUiat be repeated again that i oolnff. ue would wish tiiot i ou
I <.f these gilu or loans, .>.- ,.; ,0^,. aionfl Tnr faJse" 7>*
n the "'""Kb they UMietitted Burma in -True"
Autumn the Burmese Foreign *!^'-,.h^.ac.^uai!.3:_.j^erV,d.c* Haiut o. rr to the cominp/'Wew"
Minister, U. Maung, pass'ng
v.thout advancing the matter to
livered to tht Gov-
ihntugh'London on his way to < rnment of Burma.
the United Nations Assembly, j^ almo8l desperate requests
Wa il ataef
Bye-bye Old Yeai.
rl noain fh.i If
Tti
is a warning. To build an
fCamrnuui
>ur*s new "democratic" Japan
'^ laad Ii itarn Japanese
fooaliMii. and ultimately f, a
^*rsE^- ^ier i-2^ p-aS r^i^' - sx^srzrassns ** tzz'sft.sr "*
South Eesl A.I ,ly J'"""^?" hve nnuv-i.1 aid are now to be met bv -. Bl" "A1" !d """
run of Ihe dv"nc1 < """& A?^: want from lXM neighbouring
"' tual sum ot rAoney15.000,000. ,.unlrta, ^ ih,
has been put forward. The. figure mentioned,
n i:.;..i 15,000,000, is regarded as loo
Polllic.l StniSEle ,, by Government departments
To understand the Burma '" I*too-but negotiation, will
problem, firs., II Is necessarv to "t*" "twre.
have a clear picture of the poli- Cou(u*eti
uggle in that counlrv. Es-
ally there -.re three forces The affairs of the British-own-
7 In n.tngoon. and with verv little trol beyond the city become confused, unfortunatel>.
iver up to Mandalav. is to Burma's detriment, with 'hi'
' the Burma loan. The
. difficult to be clear two most-mentioned (
f^m^mWp Japai , ,s the political corr.j.'ono .ire the Burma Oil Company and
"-or i period. But the United of this government. At one ex- the Irrawaddy Flotilla Company. r. A. SQUIRES.

greater
"*mon wealth.
*?** calculations must be
now and when
*t Colombo, the W
:-.ters of the Common-
n being guests of the East.
' e issue
ika anti-
ii Ira-
behind.
Per/orce, will keep fresh In some
mind
A irnurlinu ii-ronv, an act so kind.
Bye-bye Old Year.'
Each passirg breath of mir now
says-
' We're at the parting i.f the way*.
Bye-bye Old Y^ur'"
.A'id. at u'c finally bid you
."d lingering 'Adieu"
We bear UM uhirp'rintf of the
"Bye-bye Oid Year'"
Mrs. Mary Catherine lnc<
wUe of Dr. W. ft. Inge, th.-
tarsaer Dean of SL Paul*, dietl
last April at UV ace of bit alter
44 years of ma-rtagr. Natl Dl
Inge h-* written | u-ibule i i
her. It is printed in hi. IMar-
of a Dean llntchinson. 21a,:.
It is a noble .md sonor> i <
le-ce-laking, exqnisttely i-h.M.
ed and reofoundly moving.
I am in my rdiwUtth year and
hope soon tr be at rest. Lot m..
las.' effort be to pay ;i tribute to
I beautiful life and I perfect
marriage, -^ever onre ciouded.
during forty-fou. years, by any
shadow oi disagree.nent or mis-
underrtandin;
The continu- a strain ol house-
keeping and social duttaa, and the
cue of our oal eyonu
her strength, and medical
somewhat h-istcncd r.y ictnt
ment from London ilr. Il i-
left | t Paul*, in 1934 and .vein
U* li\e at Uricliui-ll Miiur n-_r
HaJUngford. Berkshire). Pht
j* ieter life at Bright-., e.l gave her
.some refrerhmem'. but i?.-n^al
-.vcikness. attacks of cnrdiai.
asthiiu.. an^ angu-a' pains, be-
came more ."requei... ifler t-.f-
shock cau.-ed .y R'ct.ir.s death
on active servte. in 1941 (Richard.
Dr. Inge's ion. v.- t clertymie
who hee^.ne a RAr pilot. He was
2 when he wu killed. I
In April this vear I tia..
to London for the ataotta
the British Acssdtmg and other
bttsan**!, and ibc i
on .tccompanying me. A full list
of ongag -nents was mad*, and
she took | fortnight
rest at tha Aeland Home to pre-
pare for the ordeal which her
doctors, rather to my distress dM
rot forbid.
Ilusp.tality
Wc tacra fttvan nospicality at
Lord Beiverbrook's flat at Ar-
lington House, and enjoyed lunch-
eons with the architects who im-
proved our house at Bright-well.
Lord MottUtone and Paul Pagei.
and with Mr. and Mrs Amery on
the day before her death.
We v.i;re Co have gone to the
Archbishop of Canterbury, to
Mrs. Neville Chamberlan,
Lady HavensUale and to my pub-
lisher, before our return home.
i wan) to say good night
on the night of the 22nd, an
seemed quite comfortable
April 23 waa EUehard Dai
as she called it. "now it is my
day," she would have said if
had known that her call bad
come.
She had a heart attack n.
she had often had btfon
then lost consciousness. I waa no*
summoned, of course she would
have sent for me if she had known
ahe was dying.
My elder son was inform-
telegram, ana
ihe mall hours. It fell to t
tell me the sad news, for I
expected ii*. her specialist bad
given an encouraging rcpor:
two days before He wrote to me
that he did not ex pec' it but
knew that it was possible.
It was the end iriat he
have wished lor he.
have had much to sutTer
of us. I think, would chooM
a death if we wan prepared foi
it, as she certainly was.
Met In |0M
We met first in 1904 at the
house of my mule. F. Q Inge.
i' noted Oxford cricketer, who
held what was i>.
living in the gift of my
Baswiek and Walton, naag Staf-
ford
We took long walki Logttha i
Canrock Chase .iml soon nfler
bee. nic engaged. It was a Kraal
chailgja for m.\ : :. Hen-
Swu had just oifereu m
of All Saints' Ennutm
which had been carved out! of the
parish of St. Morgan : Wi
minster. We were n.ained In Ibe
following spring by Archbishop
Davidson, a cousin of my a i
Canterbuiy Cathedr.
spent our honeymoon at I
o.ere. My wife WM
daughter of Harvey Goodwin.
I'.i !iop '( i '..i 1,-a .:
always happy in the Lakt
My new work WM innrcl-
strange to i;.e. and I could Ml
have done u without her help
I.- ... ,;:,,.;
Gale, a quM y old
friend Sir Francis Gallon lived
almost next door.
TlM parish was fttUfc
with a preponderai:.
elderly people. Three a.
Majesty's Judges, Lord Hal
Lord Macnaghten, .ind I-ord
Uarling, sat under nv. and 1
... afterwards Mattel of the
Rolls. But then wan
efful lad'es m black bonnata, who
preferred simple fare, so tht
preaching was rather difficult.
The go'den ige of the West End
lncum'..'.its had conic to un and.
".nu I was of *en discouraged.
fearing that T was e failure In
realh* 1 Kept my rongregation
together fairly well, and Kitty
would not allow me to be anxious.
She soon made many friends in
the parlsii, and managed her
householu .veil, which '. waa quite
ibii of doing.
Oldest Chair
We were only less than Un-
Ul Rutland Gate t e Lady
Margaret.' professorship ,t Can
bridge fell
asked to stand for it. This"
oldes: chair in the tn
H been held by nu
..nguistied theologian-
I l.XIi
.. n.'ii I was elected.
The main work ol a professor
is to give lectures, which h
b i Intpla. since tho intel-
lectual level of young men who
are preparing for ordlna'i
not, on an .
But -i aacn ..ear there wait
oi three really bb
these used to come to my
for a little more advance*!
B the long vacations I
B do a great deal of
ing ind writing My home life
was Ideally happy. I find Ir mv
that I spend with K
th* This I think i the
perfectly happy marriage. Lov<
ft flrsl Is a romp.irat.velv poor
thing, an external attractii
Mstgr CATHMNi INGf
Lu. small knowledge of the char-
.'iiniT But 1
chunges by degrees into somc-
i>'.i.r uulAr and more spiritual, as
1. exquislUe beauty of God's
i ca in a very human person-
... :y unfolds itself more and more
vi .bly.
"Marriage is the best thing la
ruman life." my mother used tt>
siy St Pr.ul missed it. hut he
I lew thai thou;-1- faith and hope
'v.c.T;ictible, love is
greater than faith or hope.
'Love u Bl irong iis death.*'
Many be-eoved men must bave
felt as I am feeling now, Hm
> .ith taf Shakespeare's l-eautitli'
words (Much Ado About Nothing.
Act 4. Scer.e I):
The idea of her lite ifaaJ
sweetly creep
I.t'41 Ms study nt Imssinslion
And every lovely organ of bet
I'fe
-lull ionic .ipp.trrl.cd in more
pre-rioim habit
M->re movius delicate and fuli
of life,
Into Ihe eye ,nd pronpe* | of hii
soul
Than when she lived indeed.
I found .uiiuiig nti
M.iiea packet Bddraoai
dear husband, lo be opi I
my daath." It wa
Bttar her health began to fail, bui
at Rutland Gu.V ji 1808, just ik'-
fora the birth of out
L.ke in..;
she greatly exaggerated wha.' out
Prayer Book absurdly
great peril of childbirth SUUs*
abuut 250
to i in ravoui of Um m
siie wrato. '
beloved, 1 am quite alone ihi-
cvening. I wish ft) toll
though I
shall net i .
I realb
I h.iidly know m> -
self only somr.'imes 1
with grateful and

the DQwaf to love you
I more how un-
certain the future
ttled for us
I .on absolutely content
if i am i*> no bafera you I d.>
not much mind, becm-
Bora thai to such km
Bl nothing can separate
i van death.
"You will never know or guess,
I '.i d shows H to

> am tan, M nown inc.
nnd made this life m
...
; n immortal p|
I,. Bvan
"You have tausdil dm
longer U>
If | am
in laava you aoon it will i
1
bless my Be i own
pom upon I

Fortn to Th) i opla the
love, the power, and tho
.
"Gnu
o in- Bride
Aft. i .. : lias fallen '

i aart of a young
id ceil man i'
for an] Bui I
her tn tell II
Ve which has
D my unworthy self
lihl] blessings
1 do net feel that hath
lo*' her. I"it onlv that tha
which bind me to this world of
time
I .....I ltd avO in
, deai
. .
L.E.R
Don't let
thni OI.l
take hold
| Whsn colds tfweatert, rub lr.fo.vr, cKsst
I and beck with double-sclton Thatmo-
cjene Medicated Rub. fa BSflgMl 'I
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Rowi-nJ't Mscasur Oil was
hm imroJg.fO tn 179Jonl*- hair
vciy tpcvial
ri-"r*iiic > .ulJ remain popular all
ihci-r rjM
nsf.H-nen
- ie hair -nvbttu.
It muii not makr the hair
iiuiii-rtNfi.^^ivivrtumeJ
.-------n -rum oi .iiiun.m- inarr-
-" "I in- oil jiong ide hail |
.. .-
I nd, by freeing thf nnv Ju^u, allowi
Ihe natural oil to Jo In QOfsa-j
I work. Strong, healthy hstr rciulu.
A touch of Rowland'i
"i""ll (hl - httt keep. i.
S"^'.. ">. ' ^ontnk, a link
Rowland 1 rubbed into the tcalp
1 with the linger tip. prevent*, drj
: hair, receding temple* and oibtr
coramo-i hair disorder- Thm
Rowland'* Macassar Oil 11 hoth
a hair Jrc-ing and 1 loruc
the very 'hing to prevent haii
(mm getting that hi Hit SSJl *
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'1.1 sugarin
the printing of slogans
-was the
if a 1 a11ai lb.
' this week. Tnc srrtl< .
Mi G. E, Cnaadlar, Is a wholesale
sugar to a
on the heels of Mr.
1 at protaa
>u-insi workers atnpli
tata A Lvle having to pack ant
ndk political propagandam
' 1? shape ot antl-nationalisat!-jr

Mr. Chandler's point was this
He was asked by a retailer it hi
.. packet sugar witav-
..l slogans on the packat
raasonohla request,
:<
: they would U\
"i-
told ihi!
not be done.
IJJIlf Is a rationed food
i.s ot the Ministry
Packat sugar Is a great
' time and um:
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I1.1.1 HUM!
" "
WHIT
UJV. Trouble
Not Battle
Of The Titans
-N.Y. TIMES
NEW YORK. Dee. SI
The New Ym* Times to-day
mooted on United Nations
Trygve Lie's
new year statement in which ha
placed emphasis on the shadow
cast on the United Nations bv the
"great power conflict".
"There is ol course no doubt
that the east-west struggle is at
the roo' of the United Nations dif-
ficulties but that is "a different
thing fron, implying that the
Strugs i struggle of
the Titans in which the rest of the
world is not involved". The news-
paper wrote
"On most of the political ques-
tions in the United Nations which
divide the great powers of the
west and the east, the little pow-
ers have of their own free will
expressed n choice that with re-
markable consistency places them
\>ith the United States and in op-
position to Soviet Russia', it
added.Reuter.
MKcA INVOLVED IN RECOGNITION
Germ Experts
Sentenced
LONDON. Dec 3.
DOW radio reported
that l Bovtt MUatarj Tribunal
has sentenced 4 Japanese "Gem
Experts'" to tt.ytm iiu; '
tor r*r**nlng i h
logical Bomb" irai on R
bntain and the United St..'
I Lta Japanese officers and
' the Bacteriological V.', i
n been on ti.
Khai; rot k, on the s. rlei

They a.(milled oarryiofl i ,
on human | .
pigs.
'
I ..the: i
China in 1041 and 1W2.
Yamada, form-r
under in-Lhie! | the Ku.,
the force ml
the K m y Health
reaaarch and
a living people to months
i most effect!
Strasbourg
Bells
PANAMA
and
Caftan.....i
anxious
troubled
areas (top on map) Is toe Panama
Canal, vll -,t to the
United Stale. At left li I
of Cana'. Zone. (Central -)
logic* Tak;i
natal, Offhx.,
who also adm
K
Kuwashima.
i
your
imprisui.i* i
tl e polls on Tuea
lumber ol Dei
v..<.-taker V Cover nnn-nl .n-
i i ihe number M seat |
to SIS before King rarouh
on No-
l i 7.
Many or the 5,000,01)0 vote!;- will
10 put

The Egyptian Oovetunei I
nted n to
il CIVIC
bjhti toi woman led by SI
100 In Madame Dorea Shaiik. 11
' PI editor ol
magB7.inea.
ing unit, lft y, Tha mete struggle I
Offipoi IW 1S belween the
U.S. SHIPPERS APPEAL
TO CONGRESS FOR FAIR
PANAMA CANAL TOLL
NEW :
i Shipping Industry has ap|
*.o establish a "fan and equitable p>!n
: U commercial shipping pa
Canal.
* Tha Indual
Panama Cai
be< n need fa U
purpose.. althougl
"Vehicles" (or the last
'
emenl from tl
iant Marine Instituti
i lared.
The

can Bhlpptnj
|
unjtinK Port Auth 'i .
i
:o brinu the math

I I
"The need for

The toll |>< 11)
thut would
II
e) '
. :;tury.
ran priests
i to say Maes at
illy granted for

vill sound
to begin a 'half
claltsm
.ne So-
:'in".
i red and
Old at U atrol Cor.v
mission headquarn-r- will becm
what is described as "the Com-
QertM. In West Berlin,
regulations against explosives will
not be waived to allow fireworks.
,.. a thousind
policemen will patrol New York's
uare, where a huge
the incoming year
:ts traditional noisy welcome.
almost at a standstil',
and Xtri and buses
preaaed into
.1 from the
I
indfl of revellers will in-
'Vrst End tonight
drink, and sing in the
4 lighting restrictions
Bin) I the war.
will be more
us than at
a decade
fted 1

light nf the
from Nor-
iiuiminatcd
-.
Circus, i
,:
toll out

>.ih radir
edition.
Renter
ttgypt Goes To
I'olls Tuesday
CAIRO. Dec. 31
a bitterly fought two
D n which clashes
i .
u unit 7S1. IS,
Meauo Onoe.' becterti
Major in the
''
the cam- Canal as Nation,1 |
list ..nd assesa agai:
w a F i> Partj and its off shoot
..... ->>"<' Th. W.A K.I) .
by the veteran statesman Mustafa canal", jt added.
i .S. Expected toCal
Foreign Vitl
A from page 1
problem
Of the Commu
China and of re-
. m Nation
il for t1 e defem
o
Brltali
Canada oi
f Rtoii Ic reap'


i
aclmittm
peraoi l tbt Urdta
-
Reuter.
Nahas Pasha six tin*
Egypt cialme to u- the
Lindad bs tha
,m," Seed Zaghlul Pasha "lathe
cai Warfare Organ! Bng-
i Baadasts are known eg th
rs (cattle d mnlignant land owning and big
ii. h
Abdel Had) Pasha.
work! rj years;!
i and laboratoi
worm
The State rYoeecutOl I. N
that
Japanes. had been
actively preparing ba. '
tht Ol I
'
Constitutions Led i" Be a li
lists Ex-
trtmc Right WuiK Partj led >
nadam Pasha.
Kotla also ceiled the Lndepend-
nucleus o(
men who seceded from tl,
war
Thrv
i ornplete evacuation* ol British
troops lioin Egypt and unity of
of ch. !. i, irfeue U the Nile Vallev (Egypt and the
*he dai irtdl-- Sudan) under the Egyptian
The Ki.U's
i
i

S9.ooo.ooo is required I
I biah ii
I
Howem more than no
i>r eahool

i
ffel<

W A.F.I) il Makian.
trying to bnnK man- Ebeid Paaha. njl Parties detnand
. over no) ottij thaae
: ill $2.00*1
)Hl0 in the fiscal year
Reuler
agas," he declared.
I> I Mem in
logic a'
the rsraaacutor said.
Th Bull
infectn>ii. taetins I
: ethods
of eultivatin^ be
Thev
diictioti "f m> n Ing on
a usnae
I l.nvn -Reuter.
2 Journals Ifanppear
In R. Airrs
Bl DKM AiiKs. ix-c. 3'
I: i Bui t-ibiui'i
CUriea" re-appeared this morn
ing as result of the solution of the
ed by Intern
paper aup|
i onunlttea investigating anti-Ai-
The Ji ... activities
Ihe dail> Lm.
using the bacteria for war pur-
poaea
(1) Spreading of bacteria from
(1) Dropulnn special baj
logical bnmlw from nlanes: and
Priueeptea" ot
Cordoba also re-appeared after
i.-led iiy provincial au-
thortUai in effect rapalre m build*
ng Meanwhile the Congressional
Michael Has
Hopes For
I { ii mania
alchaaJ of Hi.
naania to-daj addraeeed a n
fat
proclauntog: "For ah .
of rraadoo bi
iillls to II
The maaaaM from k..
aei. who is .it preaant on hoiid.iv
and pastures
The Prosecutor outlined the
logical
plan a Work was start-
ed many years an<" in the laboro-
'logical
cnampion of bacteriological war-

Japan staff.
i k is surrounded by
* said
line could la
th,> w.nk of the tahoral
changed
labor.i:. i
Unit
Comrnlltaa carried out a Human
where they vi.s- th. M'tmul tn,,. i,
Mates

I the institute's
boeta
.io i
U.K. TnM>|>s
To Lcktve
ATHENS. [>
All Britiah itoops erUI
II, i*. eras
incad here todvy
1 the last British
Windrusii. which will .all at
tak ..i
was called the Togo board the last men in the Ami n
area.Reuler.
I am addfnaaui| you
... ; .

I Nf.
tl open ..
1
rs guided
Ixith our past

urn. for
anj
(Bi
Astmnonwrs To
Mvvt In Russia
Dm si

kugu i.'-i. it was
A. Mikhailov of thl
111 be in-

.it, Rua-

issued hm
noi.al Oroun, hut the United


Royal, and form-

-uiance that all
ti W would
9 Kb m


holm, in June, the an-
Reinar
Juiiuiu^ Still
Practaditt
. i. j,

a/ho is

i
.
He u sul
...i uitlaiu-
u Lena EMa-
*aim uji
. d
-. i rt -nd fraaUj in-
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'we wish our customers and friends
3? ZHappy and Prosperous
Wew ^ear
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IS THE SINCERE WISH OF
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Catalogue 1950.
Beer Mugs of Dickens Charactei*
Poker-Chips in Gift Sets
Blue Band Ware-Plates. Cups e*.
Chair Cane and Varnish
ALL AT
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SUNDAY. JANUARY 1. UM
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
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HENRY
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Please Phone us ami a representative "( the Company will cull on you
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Also Slarlers tor large size Motor,.
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CLASSIFIED ADS.
BATES
1 Oil HIM
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foil RENT -
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MbbbBB ,-hBige ..
public
auction seal
BTATE per agate '
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CLIWrOF.
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Inf twitr. KIWhM W.C .*** Both.
Lan>- Yard. DUit Jf.
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PlIBLir NOTICES
WAMUI
LOST A fOIMI
NOTICE
W< beg to notify our Cutum-
ers that we will be closed for
Slock-takins from Tuesday. Jan-
uary 2nd. until further notice
Wm D RICHARDS It SON.
McGregor S*
31 12 41.in.
LOST
I
NOTICE
-...ALOW A' Worth-
Bos including. IWriYigOTator.
i linen Nice tnwh. beat ie*
batc.mi, Dial 1193
1.1 WIn
HORVIIY DOWN 3 he.lr.so..*. runuw-
ed Available fiom 1H Jan IMC. Apply
t.ii" a Beard Hardwood Alley
Phr. 4MJ or aWI
I I 50 7n
' O-ltlew.-i.h. HI Joaoph
Pot the nwwrth* Jan Feb Marcn. May
til Jimr IMO Apply Mr. W T
Good I rig Himni Hop* Plant* lion. Si
T' QBkM I I M M
OflAN- h, Lawrence Oep. 1 bed
1%'iiin. hatine dining and drawing roorna,
r'r Fiiitt-.er piirt'culart
DtfD
rjrBTSl mrcMK srogior h- hi
ii leave hi* lair resident*
"Car INI* VI**" fcv fan
.clock trim rtertioofi I
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p rou4rn R Arthur Flon I
Cron hMd at 4 IS ltl> it. lee, won fr
llu- King *l ft D A '
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1'SINFjSS PW-VrSKS Nn 4* Roer-ic-
ret from lit Ortobw IBM "*" POT-
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THANKS
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Alma. Marjorit* iIMm
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lf*iri Uhlumlanad CanUlnlr.i !
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*-ih. Drawtnc ar Dmin| Ra->m, Pantry ft
Kiichni downtialn. Ganp> and tr<-
vanti room In ..rd. tooni Inr a purdan
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MElJIOUBNr or>-f*m. Worthini-. Ch
Ch Prom i,t January IMO Phn<
tpnniw MM U U 4 f-
n^T -On* fully fnrni*h*d 3 h*d
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'Iniilnn Hill. 1 ml!*- trWB ndMon
t.r ISth Apply Mn. P. L
i''-.4>phan<> Mil.
| mil If:
FARAWAY. **- Bay 5t Philip
'I l.l(hUng plant. Carter
ir\-il-rnrn* MOM per month Pror.
1*1 November on Dial 44TB
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Tyro Company. It I] 40

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rvOMb quartri
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T.iehed fMM per month
BIX I in UXM r.l R*ute Agerrla
ri..nt,it"irL. riiiiidLng, Phone
MOD 1 1.50- in
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han boon nu*ruri*d by the Com-
Thurodaj
.i ii* yh Jon bosinnlng ..i i o'clock
1
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m nti* Hi- V .mil by IV boon
1 II' >* overall by y boom.
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UNDER THE SILVER HAMMFR
11
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total
1. Hulann* Sale.
roaodai rtilj
1
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BHANKMI TIlilTMAN ft CO.
Au*tiun*er*
1EAL ESTATE
SHAKES || iharei ol 1500 eh In
tKI WlaTI INMA |HM I'll .ii
IJMITEJl
ol t\ each in THE HAHBA
HE INSL-hANl't COV
M atutroa of 10 each in Till har
IIA DOS CO-OP CuTToN fACTORV
LTD
Ml will be oAwted to pub...
"iiipFtillun at th* oRVce ol thr imdri
mr .d on Friday the KJi d->
.M0 at 1 p in
< AHRINCiTON ft SEAl.V
I UCA* STHJ0ET
DUN 3li
I OH
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M0 Snoroo aWbodoo Bhlppmfl &
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Hflrtxmujd b.iiu!al.i* win.
ng room, kitchen, waaluoom. aoivonia
luoriaeO. carac* Conrrot* conalruclion
lum tool [,.uB,- aVhool I',
UloB. Crano and Aam I o.da 4 mile-
inor ioavinai Colony Th* location
i. araauc beauty and la cool
.i ail liatM The prk* U ntrenie4y l-
Tactlvr al.100 i|goao<
II *DOM Ural Eal.4tr Agenl
rota PUnUtwit* Building Phone 4040
I lk> In
' ARl.roK si Jamaa. rRngap
doroy carol block houar. ahinfllod roof,
m leot above a*. Ir>el *., .*, Ia j
Halt Irom bathing
K' mllea Apeiflhl.-
MOM, tltl.m,
' boo pantry
brag* and worhihop Bertan!.' ,utr-
*Mmt and ele.ti i,,m
-i valualloti II deaircd A
I -d-t* leiMl.i.. l'l}\o.s
& B1.ADON. Real Balale A.nU Aue-
' Mn pi ...... ii Hiding Pho ,
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_nt.il ihui.ii Modern .Inaie >lor*y
BpuM *taronui on >dar rtM faltlM
- MO f-riTK!
vino room, dm ma room, iludy. 1 bath
lub balh and .bower modern
t >iter. Ulad
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IAUHVB1 i. || .ii. .harnuna
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-one reeldence contain. 3
**"* *"*dah* and ..
Carede. itablina. .loefc
id.r Carrlaar-
houae Appmilmaiely |
IR A III AIHiN p-l
Ut. Aaenl) Auctioneer-. FUnlation.
ulldina. Phone 44M
1 IM In
I'lllSOMI
-ia7:\
sio*ns t
<- no*. Mdi
poiunbl* Id* har or aiuooo ataa
Mm by a
W ..I KF..1NAI ;, I ,-, M
Park Read. H
HUM fn
:nj>
The Cnlih-waah Road leodlral fmi>
Tohnd* to Bnrva will bo rloaod lor r*
p.i|ra from Januroy 3rd IMO
Sorter (I the CornrnJioBBnttO 0
way-
Bt Joorph
I IJBfa
ENGINEER DWool Kngiaoor S..
-. ear* practical opertetice in Intern
Diplonui. M yaan old. Borbodlan Can
tact Fl W Glbbe. Al.endal* R .h
t*ji d Gap 91 Michael
M '.1 M Or.
PAVING OUEBT* REf^lvro. ^ooT
Sit fie a ut Doubla Room*, running water
10 minuto* walk to Club or Cl<* special
Rate* Mn. Bennett. Woodildo Garden*
4 IS M tin
. _Kwaoi> Wilder. Bridge-
and Hj.ti.igi lady. Boxlbto gob'
link btoaaut. Pindar will fa
an telurnlng aama j l .
Muooni ofnc
L*aroc>
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
3U 12.01
IADVS WRIST WATCH-ln vii
M..rlne Hotel. Finder eonununicata. lion
\ .ew Guaat Houae. Reward
Jl II *-S.i
The application or ROSE BTUART ol
Qiicn Slroot. St Michael lor paotuoalnn
to Ml SpirlU. Mall Liqu..i
D....rd anal Galvanuod atwD
r.->( attached .Ht.ate a4
Ch Cti within Dtatrict B'
Dated thi* 30th day M December
To the Police Maglatnt.. Dfd B
Signed GEORGE T YARD.
lor Applicant
V R Tht. application will b-. I
der*d a* a U*-natng Co'irt to bo
I a- Poliao Court. Duinc.
the 13th day ' January, low a
Or ".irk. a ni
D D MORRIS
Arlg, I'
SHEFPING NOTICE
Canadian National Stc
IV.
MISCELLANEOUS
NOTICE
,).'!-" OF PfTBB
ttantrd by the Commloooneet ol
Health for the Pari*h of St Peter J
iTwo! fully quallned nuroea to perform
ihe duuoa ol DlalTlrt Nuraro lor the
above PMtah.
Application* will be received by th*
-..t^eralcneal up lo 11th Jan
I0M a m f
Term*- HaUry M' par month
Appointment on S nontha probation
Btrth certificate and Doctor* cerilfl-
cate "uM accompany Application*.
Signed.
O. B COKBIN.
Clerk lo Comma: Health '
St Peter
31 IS 4 4n
Si
I'lUIMI WANT1D lor purrruue m
elecl. central 4rea Well constructed
medium to larar property with lane
reception and dininfl room-
andah* and 3 or 4 bedroom. Well laid
out reasonablv private Around* an ad-
vantage Good price lor -..liable prop-
erly Apply DIXON ft RI.ADON. Real
K-iaie Aaent- Au.i-.neei. Plantalion.
: I-.. | B i.
1 IS
NOTICE
i vim -ii OF BT PFTI.R
The Veetry ol 81. Peter roquoX Ih
every paroon who on the flr*t day
January IBM aha 11 be ihe owner .
nccupier of iny land liable lo bo a*ac*
rd -Jiall omeiim* during the m
Ve-ary Cat'-
3.1 li 4. '
NOTICE
IM'1-II OF T. I I .1 K
Wanted by th* Veatry ol St. Peter
A loan Of E3.000 .Ihree tho *and
l-miTidn aa aulhorlied by The Saint
Peter-. Pariah Loan Act. 1040
Tender* for to* nbov* kuin will be
i (reived by the underaUDied up to
January ISth 1M0 al 1000 m Tender*
miut bo leeJaal
Terma Inter*** tnatat be at the rat*
not eaceedlng 4*1 par annum
Principal repayable by 300 per mn-
1 than 300 will be
Signed
G S COHBIV.
Veatry Clerk.
31 UH-fti
PROFESSIONAL NOTICE
DR. FTRREIRA ol Chlmvlll*" Upper
Say St. inear Fipianadei by Chiropractic
method eorracti dlaeaao* ol eye*, aara,
noaa. throat, .unit, *tomacn. kldn*7* and
iter orgaaa- Dial SMI.
IJW US TAKE CARE OF ALL
YOUR WORRIES
Personal Superviaion Aaaurod
.... Be Wise
Advertise
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of OORDAN PARR1S.
of Brntnaina. SI Iaicv IBc pe-mi-*lon
10 Ball SplrlM. Mall Laquor.. ft- ' -i
double mnfed board and )hlnle *ho at
Holder* Hill. Si I
Dated Ihla 10th day of December IMO
To the Police Magistrate DUt F
Holetown
Smned ST Cl.AIR LAI
, lie .fit
MBThla application wtB
u. red at a l.lcenaing Court to be hcln a'
111 r>l1rirt F1 llol toun. .in
Friday the IJIh day of January l**o at
11 o'clock, am.
S H NURSE.
fjBct Mag.atn.tr. Dial. 'E1 Holetown .
1 I W In
I.O\ I l(\>ll \ I NOTICES.
CEMENT FOR RUNWAY
Tenders are invited for the supply of approximately 45.000 91 lb.
bags of Portland Cement required by the Government for the pro-
posed runway at Seawcll airport. 13.000 bags should arrive in the
Island between March 1st15th nd the balance ii Iwo shipments
at dates to be arranged later. Tor caBaont should be packed in the
new waterproof bag as supplied by the Cement Marketing Company,
Ltd. Prices should be quoted for delivery on the wharf at Bridgtown
and should be exclusive f import duty and package tx. Tenders
should reach the Dirertnr <>f Highways and Transport not later than
4 p.m. on Friday, the 6th of January, 1950. The Government does
not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
29th December, 1949. SO. 12.4ft 2n
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The appllc.it ion of 0*
HARRIS ol Eagle Hall. St Michael, for
permlaalon lo .ell Spirit*. Mall Uqnor*
ftc at a double roof board and hlna'le
J-op iltiuilr .1 Weeton, near Heidn Boy.
SI Jamea
Dated thl* 30th day ol December 1 MO
r the Police Maflitratc. Dirt "E"
II aMw
Signed GWENDOLYN HARRIS
Applicant
N B. Thia appllc.ition will be conq-
uered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Polic* Court. DlaO-lct X Hohrlown. on
Friday Ihe 13th day of January' 1950 .it
II o'clock a m
S H NURSE.
Police Migntratr. Dlt T/ Holctotvn
I i 50 In
IADV RODNEY
I H1NEY
NOKTHROl ND
IADV RODNEY
LADY NELSON
LADY Ii
LADY RODNfcY
LADY NELSON
N B -Subject lo rhanfle withoi
Sail. Ball.
Halllai *(.
Mth Dec th Da.
13th Jon 14th j~!
h Fab. HMh f'
aftUl PUj 37th Feh
laih Apr l.ih Ap..
SalU Arrlv,,
Bdm Boelor,
ISth Jan 58th j,_
ltd Fcb 14th Feh'
Ml. Mar 15th M,r"
Slit Mar aSitd Mar 1*| Tor
17th Apr mill Apr. *u>b. aS"
SU) M-y gih May lat.. irj;
lTlh J(
3rd F
i application u, "
GARDINER AUSTIN & l_a. LTD. _
*eo
The M V CARITIHEP. arUJ .--
tt-pt Cargo and l^aaorcer* for
St Kitta-Ncvis Motitaermt. Anti-
gua, Domlnlcn. wiling Friday ,10th
eSMStJMJ*.
The M V DAERWOOD will
accept Cargo and Pa avengers for
St l.ucia. SI Vlncenl. Greiiada.
Aruba. aalling 7th January, 1M0.
Tba Schooner ADA1JNA will
accept Cargo and Paaaonflei* for
SI Lucia, millng JAturday J|.|
I>eceuiber
B.W.L -( liiinsi i! OWN-
ERS' ASSUCIATION
Censignee: Tel. Nt>. 4047
MOTOR VE8STX
BLUE STAT
u'"i'Hni "Hfsfaiii
p"nien
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NOTICE
TO no YF.STRY 1 1 net ~ OF THF
r\RIMI OF ST. JAMFR
Thl. I* to notify you thai I shall be
oontaMlng a ami for the VSfJ
forth-coining elootlon.
I ahall do all that ilea in my power t.
aervo you to Ihe beat of my abll*.
I am aaklni you for your whorf-rararlrd
uppon at the poll*
ELLSWORTH HOLDER.
CMvUlo.
Garden. St Jame*
II 11 M In
NOTICE
lo I Ml VFkTRV ILEOTORN OF Till
PABSBB OF *T. JAMI-
I AIUIAHAAI IKIUJEK Kiv.- i..l..-e 1..
'l.e Fle-tora that 1 am not tandu-e .
Imiarv 3rd IMS. lor reeleclaon ... .
member of Ihe St. Jame* VM
health will ikii permit BM
far the augport yoti har* given t
Ilia peal ally year* of mr life
My eon E S Holder I* oflerlnai hlnuai
>< a candidate for a Beat In your Yeatr
I nm aalUng you U jve him the aor
.oval auppof*. aa you gave me gunnx ti
paat *ialeen year*, and elect him
Ttuiiimng you for all you have do-
Youra slnceraly.
a. HOi.nnt
II 111* 7
fill Ml.livim- 1.....1 Mill I Ml M
lS1 -ISM
The Executive Committee of The I
l-ado* Youth Movement wiahrs One
all . burnt and Pn)fp*n.ua New Y
lhanka for your Past Aaaiatancr -pd again
olKit* viiur luture aupporl
Ho I IIHUCB CLARX1
Pounder nd p.oaidenl
Rev J. B. GRANT I TI'.
Director and (ia plain
Mn*. OlAlA BROWNE,
General Sarretarv
i i 5o in
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The appllcallon ol \TCH*nfJ*JL Hir||.
ARD8 of Unyrella Road. Ch CTn lo.
perimaalon to sell Spun. Malt .Liq.ua**.
ftc al a Board ai.d ihingle ahop with
tJvMBgaM attached at D-ymlU Head. Ch
i" ithm Dtatiict A'
Dated thla 30th day of December 1IM
lo Ih* Police Maa lat rate. Diet A'
Slsnad VEKNaMF RICHAMJkri
Applu.i.t
NU ThU appltratton will be M_
-aervd al a lJ.nia.ug Court lo be IwHd
i Police Court. rMalrtrl A1. on'Mondav
Hie 0th day of January IMO at Iffo I
- A ..Him
Police Magiatiate. Dial A
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The applUatlon of SlltBI "Y IIAIJ. pi
i Itrg irill. SI Michael fc*r perntlaa>u)i t.
Malt Uque**, arc at .
board and anlrgle ahop attached U> re*i
den.-* at Cave Hill, SI Michael
Haled thl* Mtb day of December IP4J
To the Police Magistrate. DIM 'A'
Blamed S HAH.
Applicant
N B Thla application will b rousi
lered it a IJcenalng Court to be hold
.al I'ollte Court. District A', on Monday
the Bih day ol January ISM al II o'clock
V A. McLBOD.
Police M.(latr.tr. DIM 'A'
L1QU0 LICENSE NOTICE
The application ol EVELYN II KIN*:
ol HrlhU.ii. HI Michael for pernuaaion
lo .,n g.u.u. Malt Llouor*. ft.- at .Kd
r*oot ol fl g Mroy waU bio-i I
aa Colonial Hotel. Tudor *..
Doled thu SOU. dav ^1 DecenJ>r> 1*40
To Ih* Police M*JUtr>te. Dtal A
Signed BVEt.YN H KING.
N Thia appticaUon will be lawiM
iilered at a I .eeolng Court Uj be hclu
.ii IV.lii* Court, Dtalrirt 'A', on Monda\
the Mh day ol January MM at II eel*.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
IHE auplavalton of ElaALNF. MOBINrU)\
of T-eedoJe Road. St Michael, lor pet
minion to sell Spun.. Malt Ij^-ik
**I..M ? ,bo*"* ahingle ,w.op at
corner ol Jaaaamy and Jordan, l.ne
Dated this IIM day ol December 1PM
S'gued M JO*. 14
_ ' Appllcani
ppltcauon mil b* conoi
'irtT*? *' ,ic***"*s Court to ha hetu
al Polk, Coun Dislrm A' on alonoay
th. Mh day ol January ISM al II o clock
Pollr* Magistral*. Diet A
PERSONNEL REQUIRED FOR THE ROAD CONSTRUCTION
PROGRAMME IN BRITISH GUIANA
The following sUfl is required by the Public Works Department.
British Guiana Government.
2. The appointments are temporary and are for a period of
two years, but it is possible that this period may be extended at a
later date.
3. No housing accommodation will be provided but a housing
allowance equal to 10't of the officer's salary will be paid.
4. The salary will depend on the age and previous experience
of the appointee. The salaries for each appointment are set out
below, but a higher salary' may be paid depending on experience,
qualifications, etc.
5. Free passages to and from British Guiana will be provided
for an officer, his wife and family, not exceeding five passages.
. 8. The applicants should be over twenty-eight years of age.
7. Travelling and subsistence allowances will be paid at the
current Government rates.
8. Applications should be addressed to the Director or Public
Works, British Guiana, and full details of qualifications and experi-
ence should bo enclosed together with copies of at least three recent
references. The envelope should be endorsed "STAFF ROAD CON-
STRUCTION".
I CLERK OF WORKS.
A Clerk of Works is required to supervise all phases of work
for a Road Construction Scheme. The applicant must have had
considerable experience in mad construction using modern equip-
ment, general survey and setting out for road construction, R.C\
Culvert constructiun, pre-mix Sand/bitumen and stone/bitumen
work and general administration and coiling.
SALARY 800 PER ANNUM.
II SOIL MECHANICS LABOHATORY SUPERINTENDENT.
The Laboratory Superintendent Is required to supervise and
carry out laboratory and field tests in connection with a Road
Construction Scheme. The applicant must have had considerable
experience of modern soil-stabilized road construction methods,
the laboratory and field testing of materials connected with this
t>P<- of work. Including soil surveys, the testing of bituminous
materials and all types of aggregates.
SALARY ilOOO PEK ANNUM.
III. BITUMINOUS MIXING PLANT FOREMAN
A foreman Is required to take charge of a bituminous mixing
plant to produce material for a Road Construction Scheme. The
Applicant must have had considerable experience In the opera-
lion, repair and maintenance .r inegp batch-type bituminous mix-
ing plants, especially in connection with sand, bitumen cold inixt-s
and stone/bitumen cold mixes.
SALARY 1300 PER ANNUM.
IV. ROAD CONSTRUCTION FOREMAN.
A foreman is required to supervise all phases of work in
connection with a Road Construction Scheme. The applicant
must have had considerable experience in earth moving, rein-
forced concrete culvert construction and bitumen base course
and surface course work It is essential that the applicant has
had experience of the operation and maintenance of modern plant
used on this t>pe of w.nk including the Barber Green.
finisher. ^
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19511.
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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
1*. ...IK.tMn at BUKICK AUSTIN
. ..d Si Jo^ph (Qr pwml^
*' to Mil Spir.i.. Mall u.uon, Sx .
ii ."u^a soar of 1 !,.., ..ii mna
i"^.T buuaa> th*M Laos, as
bum aas., Dninu, imb
To Ih. POUc. M..I.U.,. DHI r
aM WlliJAli KB.O.
roc Applkani
"a-", .aauc.iwr, win .. roiai-
0.a .1 a Ucnjrna CMrt lo be MM al
' DUlrkt T on TKMoa, to.
Jaaaant IMS a. lT%M.k.
J H OW.RDfl.
eollc HaaMral, p..
TRAINING
(a) On Thursday, 5th January. 1050 at 1700 hours, there lull ta a
Parade l(.r all Ranks of Ihe Regiment
(bl Then.will be N.C.O. rahl nary cUss .1 1700 hours on Tues-
day, 3rd January, 19.50.
OBDIILT OFFKEK AND SI RJEANT FOR WEE* ENDING
JAN. 54
Lieut T A C.illens
2H3 S)l Peterkin. C. C.
Nel fse Dulj
-ll E R. Goddaul
III Sjt Haynes. G I
AFPUINTMtNT
Th. Commanding OIBcr I. |,lud lo aporove Ihe appomlmenl
1 Jan 50 '" "" ""'"" UnP*W U"C' Sct''" *'
M. L. D. SKEW1S-COX. Maior.
SOLE. B Adjutant,
The Barbados Regiment.
NOTKl.
All interastea personnel of ihe Regiment are notified that Foot-
, ""'" helm, on Tuesdsy 3 Jan. 50 at 1700 hours. It is
lao notmed thai the first Inter-Coy Football match will lake
place at 1.00 hours on Friday S Jan. 50.
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Mr. and Mrs. Zilliboy Shinhag Throws a Party

"Ahiv
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!*et nl you to m
i so much richer ud
Beau BrumnMU at poUUcal etiquetti
thi' dash *itn the wbtlety oj .i Tali
dimerrt of th Christ Iril Mr. Harold Wilson
so right in hU vn'w that all Torla hould be barred from thi
turban,.- ovei there
Jungle Has Swallowed
Ford's Rubber Empire
Bv RICHARD DVII1
1'AHA. BRAZIL, (By Mail)
The ilrpam of a rubber empire, upon which the late
Henry Port (pant more than $15,000,000. has been swallow-
p by 'lie tangle of the Amazon iungle.
This plantation, near the June- H
.ion of the River Tapajoi with talntd In crQee-braaatn
the woilil nan shrd 'Mr Foril mhni-
hns become overrun and neflected to conquet
in the few year, since the Ford the ravage)
Company experts bumed their re- [ can leaf disease" on rubber trees
10 tin- notion. Dr Sum-
Jenny Lee.: ,*hSe osband. the
...ur Then Ml Bavin, combining all
linej Dener.il-.- towl
i William. AND Merlin-
ceounl of r le and i.m-

a pause in politics 71 C-.- ( s* 1
ua vvi.1,1, 'ne reason o/ Anxious Consideration
with goodwill
loe. hi
ill
s
thrum basis.
The Chancellor wants one be-
the B II '''
PudKfi is to be a good B
rill tune to be, so to speak, a
*d BudRct. a tough Budget,
Khu h e nanj
Bui massive BrtKSl Bevln i
lam to prefer Ji m B
1 ibour has done belt at the thi
flections of 1929 and 1498 The number of Let
THERE
At this reason
should M
towards men But il is not. II
llled with what the
lenerat would call "ana i
fc.en.n I inxiuusly
laiderun;" when to take the
pectoral plunge.
Mr. Bet
r thinks with the
pet"He eithei
10 much of his deserts are small,
ho tears to put it
Mr. Bevin 's Lethal Way of
Rolling On His Rebels
Political Newsfront by W. J. BROWNE, M.P.
The leaders of the threatened
tara ban rgnilnaiim
l : : ItCnt 0
election law gtvan by S
antlj
I said last week th.n I would
the1 the Attornev was a
Attorney Hut. indeed.
Wall have said it
irbaay has
In* ilalimi luiiori- ho Include U
' m JUtt Uier pulls ma
to be
ii -i, ... i" ,"ry v"'r Thc '" =ooda. to III Sit Hartley ha, uoubiless been
In. whiTtodo
not p iv.ck I latwrad nu
hl.'TL'' 52" 10 the I mammal to
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_. ,.,,......ril ooliti- ,, and Lord Lyles Invitation to hin
hope he docs. Elertion What will So Haiti
nk that he
ill", in tie
U ball, la
Mi.I. in II... ||llrk
Mr Be* derlng, but
1 think not "ai
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the matter.
the Report of the Press
is method Is Ml of
our Like the weather the law

on th"m.

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ii.t unsettled.
. I W i note that a lawyer
Mi Mark Jol]
Sai Hart-
ley, In his recenl itatemenl the
Attorney
. i ..... land II the prope-
of which

u\ partlcu*
Hnltn elearli no
partjnrlar raasjlflatn need he la
i i -n it.'
Tw s 0|*|M*il*si
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lodZkni up whgl i
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He was tii^i
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'As a matter of (a
la* ami llu aaihoal Mda BUI
and rrtrr* BS ihe rou-t- liv<
iecfa sd le paMtteastr rndl-
lUlr-.
fral'e Heerly If I rnsq
the Attorn

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H to what hell
plref
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Startling Predictions
In Your Horoscope
Your Real Life Told Free
i urn < "; i
I uiida Taboi
lndi- moil lai
oui Ai'rviloO
wha it
ih* -
xtrds and pulled out.
Old Henry Ford, always perse-
cuted by his mania for complete
independence in every phase of
the automobile building industry,
sent his men to the Amazon in
i itahHah an experimental
rubber plantation that would as-
sure him of freedom from war
shorlaRes and rival monopolies
They went rtrrt to Fordlandla.
more than 100 miles up the Tapa-
kn from its confluence with the
Amazon.
Hacked Clearing
Here they hacked a clearing
from the jungle and started a
plantation in which they intended
en eross the Hevea Braslleiru"
.' Ith ma highi> productive rub-
4 the |M indies.
The Brazilian variety, never |
oir producer, even in the days of
the l.r.i/ilian rubber boom at the
turn of the century, had the ad-
4 being resistant to heat
and insects.
Bui the Tbrdlandia experiment
ifter ten tough years, had to be
abandoned.
The laud did not lend itself to
rubber culture, and cross-breed-
ing of the two plants never pro-
duced the expected rubber re-
sults.
Ford technicians in the mean-
while had sun-eyed an arta of al-
most 1.000.000 acres near this
and in 1932 the ilr.-t u>
tallatloPS .'ere begun here
The next five yeari Knnil.mdi:.
was abandoned gradually and
the experimental plantation vrai
noveri completely to Helterrn
Indian plants.
Easier Tn Harvest
The only real advantage ob-
' "ned I *periment
planted trees are nnirh
harvest than those encountered
haphaiardly in the jui.k..
rubl)er > icld of the Ford planta-
tion trees ueh better
than those grown wtld la the
.
The Kurd Company u
to abandon the experiment in 19-4(1
but heM out duruag the wai when
East Indian shoi;
other rubber rush to the Amazon
Basin.
Until IMS, the vast experience
U proved
C to the Rubber l>evel-
opment Corporation In us attempt
"ii lubber pro-
duction.
I the R !)i' failure wa
indicative of the Ford e>
In the l>est year, when the rubber
ttevelopinent experts predicted
:on.ii00 tons from the
f Amazon BftMDI
J .he millions of American dollar?
' only 17.000 tons
i than the
normal Araaaou prpducti
the AmeritSHM arrived
Venture Abandoned
and Of the war, the
nuhbar Davesotanent Corporation
venture was slwirtdoned
eX| the Ford people nan
nructlonj
'er prise.
JJS.*^
So good to drink,
so uiisy to make
Itching, Burning and Smarting of
Ecze
Stopped In
23 Minutes
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rlor nnd eamaa I
mi Hit* nw pel*n-
ii.' w.v. and .Liu t Ut ii l.,i ..
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A Mew Discovery
Nliedwm i an Mnimeni
t it.
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It's Still Communications
By Mr. P C Donald Rowson, Drew Clydtsdate
Ltd. London.
Conununiuitions
stone df any progress. Surely the

port is to ensure direct and regular
mail, passenger and ;li
rgo facilities to every Colonv.
Uld it be impossible to
Will h) direct, regular British
4 plane, such Colonies
So M Are.
1 8.51)8
iiiitish Somalllai I.8.UIHI
lliatisli 9 11,500
Mauntltu 782
h 156
1.382
Sarawak .7.071
VII

Butch Virgin 11
:ui4
St. l.uria 233
St. Vlneeni ......... 150
Granada 133
Gilbert It Ellice blah l- 173
ii'liea
. 4.373
Cayman lllandl 76
'land. llll
Si Helena 41 38
What would be the late of the,
'oatrMiU i i it nasal -i u<- railed to
Drovidc postal fat illtlt
nllUcn of the Home populatiori,

. Had tn p
Wh.tt i [ghl have en :<> own, and
'leu denj thorn propel i
racilitiei .ipable of
icing group i I ran We,
bul many could I* aerved by
xistniR regular steamers that, at
present, by-pus* them, It certain-
docs not spell piugresa when
Id** that the Caribbean
Colonies had better sea comniuni-
olions tt-fore thc Boer War.
The Merchanl Venn,:, i
i osts and trade
- one. Later, when trHiinpoit

nitiy can
all afrord loai on transport.
provided they make up the loss by
ni by the
i i mmonwealth ShlppiBg Commit-
t call for the estahhshiu.nl of
' libbenn snipping mi vices. This
'ml supports the demands of:
l The Watt tr*
over 78
I The West Indian Hoyal Com-
' Report, i93.
3 The Stockdale Report. 1940.
1943'4.
i The Macpbereon Report,
1941,2. 1945/6.
A Ym Happy and
rrus|ir| Mllv run
5. The Caribbean TOUI
' 1946.
s The Deveiopmenl
nferenee, L04g
m> own Caj
1948
ilpa thai -ne wanted, not
Reporti The pn
cent
regularly pass-
igb the Pantrna
.liiuicnt induee-
'i i
an di velop
i
Sugi.r
The following trade position
with the Caribbean lugau produc*
'.'48 is significant;
British Caribbean ColOI
s.000.000 and bought fiorn
ii- l'21,000.000.
Cuba and Santa Doin
i. 000,000 and bought from
iiiKKHI.
Tin.' WO I 1^ millions
in doll.u to pu Cuba and
Santa Domingo nuances, foi
it oui owrt Colonlei an
i prcehu 'UK. They sell
their Mirpli l 'hen buy
their own requirements with the
Dollars we have providedfrom
in I S \ Surebj bulk buying*
ivkKed lot mutual
HatUng" Hut the anomaly doe.
not end at this. To culttVatt Ha
Sugar they ili.tn labour and then apparently
leave it dceeUat, inasmuch as wi
have budgeted lor t: 15.000 to alle-
'
Cuba and S. Domingo.
Hlstor) "rill r*ejtod a '
ment the neglect o4 OUI
g** that we ma
our neighbour's, and then pay
-nit in Dollars.

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PACI. -IMI 1 \
SUNOA1 unotATE
SI NDAV, JAMJARS L
/ \im\i; miII I Ml .-II
Will Today's Youth Sit
Through This \\ agner OperaV
ll \cill' I .nil us
-l WVAl I \M *T I. IM
"Seek Peaceful B.B.C. Programme HRC Programme
Methods" Say Chan#'s r "
Peace Men
M'U
Yew
l.ilkv Mum. WM
WITH it..
From I
WASHINGTON. r
rtielntar-AiMi
United ;
"hole ranging from m .".;'i0"! "
nd ralurnmc to vanishing; soft- and Cuba, tod.> "' ''" ,"""
oh. This Mm. and mlnlcan Republic (or handing f~J*T u[, s-'"uus ;
l ibodied mowmfnt an I President WW poaren (' inat ,'TW um tiuru W*.-
; rid Tannbauaai I tone, had new i Cuba gramme which used to d
ith before, it was the conjura- n sent a note to the Dominican on Thursdays at 8.00 p.n
his coor ,r lion into sounds of a drama tit- ai Wpoal uf Mondays at .uv p.m.
large The Flying Dut ittfl Idea first of all expenrm i Ittlng dls- *> nw OB the air on Tuesoay:
I by an imagination which was "
visual and dramatic as it v
the e\i ervea of the musical
Ad to UOO armed force OtUj 0.00 p.m. The- Monday bro*_c__.
if under armed attack and recall- is at the same time as lormeriv. *M* 'or *> H*w Y" pm Rad
- liua-Bal l Tji-f T.a- T-i- B >
I m News An*l\-
.' !.. Opera < a m
I 10 a m Prosramme
8 M a.m. We be* to Differ t am Clow '
Down. 13 Moon The New* 1110 pm
.'-1 New* Analyw 1313 p.m. Black Manic
-.. list pm Sunday Service 1 ,
Britain HSpnt Pad,.. New* reel I 30 i
rUv a Lauah I r> n T
Horn* New* From Britain a II
p m Music Mattailne .\J0 p m. Portrait
i>l Ulanbui. I .IS p m Liaht Mu*ic 3.SO
i m Tha Cant 4pm Tnr I
p.m. Interlude. 4 15 pm Pavilion Play**! I
I.JO p.m. Sunday Half-Hour 4 SS pm .
Epilogue. 3 pm. Variety Bandbox. 0pm
^nigrammr Announce menu- 05 pin. In I
icrlude. SIS pm. Trom the Children'.
Hour. 4t p.m. Small Band Muw 7 p m
Thr New. 7 10 p.m. New. Aiulv.i, J,||
Caribbean Voice. 7 4'. p m A Mr>.
pm R
I 10 p.n
The last time LotM
presented on an ambitious seal.
1 Covant Garden was, I think
die occasion when Sir Thomi,
Eeecham turned to tha i
of the "boxes" and told them :
i ease talking: during tbt
11 Ins fsmOUfl "Shut
an during Lohengrin.' i
ivitainly should have been,
because the whole burden and
moVari of the opera'.* story warn
us of the line coneequi
talking out of place, though, in
bo wished to know her own The Inter Americj
em Garden
it will
I people of
' '.hrough the great extant
I '
'he departure of the last
'
see.
For ili
MT, length let .
if took- 0D the pap
reason wh>

unusual patience and I
BAMi ii MPO
the whole Of 1
po i haven*!
|g through'' the |
lately, but I think I am right in
ban In 'he whole I
eompoierl
lime.

intense p:> Uh gpari-


Lobefig)

b


betantiat. a ham
was not solid but Huenl
1




| i nay necessary.
Newanwl. BIS p.m. Tom Jonea Trio S.30
m Sunday Service p.m The MaWi
10 pm Home Kcm Prom Britain SI*
m. Life In Britain 30 p m Tip-Top
unaa 10 p m. London Fitum 1030 o i>. '
Bjr'l a Uuih 11 pm Tha New.
nig the fact uiat the American New programmes tor tat
I tkti: hn.i formll\ renoutMOd ers will include extracts from tit-'
war. winter Promenade Concer; aau-
ttominican President, Refel son which will run trom January
recently asked and re- w to i\ at the Albert Hail, ui,.
l er from his Congress to the BBC Symphony
...r on any country which under Sir Malcolm Sargent nn
h-considered was harhouri.ig plot- Basil Cameron, 'british Conce/i
blm Ai Halls'shll continues tut is now ;,
I ''' < n Thursdays at (J00
preparing a new attempt .,, Thc Droadcast on the Stn
-I e Republic
CObl denied the charge nnd tra conducted'bv Sir John" Bar- J?"c Trom Grand~rtolel I p m SciJnc.
sorrrv ol Sfto Mr. .,. In lh, nel ol ,. !.',.V7,.,i'i So"'2^"n":
1 ...,li ,,. lhcr(. wi,| ^ ,e.lcs u( D.m Horn. H.w. Trom Bnuin. 1.11 p.m
I. ImOM to lut, wf have to iirtnu. dent TmJlllo'K move as "cntirrl. |jgnl dasjilcal conccrls ov CW %^*rl* Bvi*w 3 30 pm London Forum.
...is.a.i.wom.n ptrhoi......I......prUto" to ,t, .:., ,,, UmbIrt ana lV PhHhw iTthTul I2?&fi?i23'
not goinp too far and beyond a enees arising anvmg Americnr
n itural and excusab'.e curiosity,
MONO41'. JAMAUT .. ItH
7 a m Tha News. 7 10 a m Nw* Analv-
i- 7 IS a.m. Listenen' Choice. 7U a.m
P!a. or Intereit R a.m Trom the Edl
tonal* BIO am. PrtMframme Announce-
menu. S.1S am Miwir [ nanrina I
a.m. Cloae Down. II Noon The Newt
13.10 pm. New> Analynp I1.IS p.m. Pro
Jan. will lC by the Hallf, Urchc- Wpmmm Announcamenn 12.11
SI
P<
trie.
husband's name and whence he rommittee was set up in 1940 at ^'f which ,attcr is t0 *
me the Havana meeting of Ai h
Foreign Miti tai peaceful
w'tlement of Inter-American tli>-
DUteS Reuter.
Orchestra and the well- *15 j.T ,8**T,..Ser,n*,lL5_p.
,,,..,,_ ,,, e- Choice S.IS pm Proaramme An-
ravouiite, 'Music Irom the
of humour was
r| of the keenest. To love and
nqueslioningly was for
h m fal the moment, "the tiayn
Ii
li, he dmmatised in hi)
i ami and music dramas tome
|< t i M emotional experience o
i | actual life When he wai
- fl. r : : | Minna (hi>
M wife l. not without a point o!
ew that claims our kyi
eined about
,tli" ii|K>n which Wagner had set
. rth.
NO COMI'ltoMIM
Id not go on repea u
er in the ordinary tr... i
i Id. as an artist he never
laaMty Ha quick!.
itgrew Itienii and Tnnnhau*o

terrible travsJ
.ad him to the truly H
rk "
Who will blame Minna lhal she
:i inaUtute Ii
. on Saturday's at 9.15 pm..
with L*>uis Levy and Us Orches-
tra The former is also on the air
F.O. Disapproves
Of Press Ban
In Nigeria
LONDON. I"
Restrictioni Imposed local!) bj
. A'iniinistrV.i m Eritrean Press announce
day are far beyond what Is ap-
.ii araj learned
from a usually reliable source
innounc-
b) the
British Politic,I Adviser.' Mr.
B ,C A Cook, when the authori-
ties lifted the ban on publlntion
of all Italian and Eritrean papers
in Asmara Imposed aft< i
on Dec. 13
!>elieve that th<
nevmanta. S.JO p.m. Interlude 5 30
Place* of Intareat S 41 p.m. Accor-
n Interlude 0 p.m. Mini up the Cur-
> 7 [w. The New. 7 10 New* Analy-
7 IS p.m Callina- the Went Indie*. 7.43
William Kramik. P' Radio
......reel SIS p.m. Let'. Make Music
.... Saturdays at 8.15 p.m. New t.pm The New. t 10 pm Home New.
monthly, fortnightlv and other r""n B"""" p" hcience Review
programmes, at dates not yet ar- *&"^the affiK
nounced, will include an economic pm Eva Backe 104s
commentary on the sterling area boston"'"* pm Th* N*W'
The first of these will be entitled wrul IS2 Mc. wbiw n :
Sterling Value' and can be heard ,:
a. Inesday next. 4th Januarv _____
at 10 45 pm.
Tl'CltOAT. lANlASY 1. lOU
V'w Year's Bve Ihniugli __...
., ,. 7 m The New- 7 10 a m New* Aiial*.
n.l. EyCM I 7IS am Northern IreUnd LlBhl i)r
Next Thuradav Cf iTr^mwmSStXf^f
m ^" Britain'the weekly ,,m aasmiMsnaBia 8.U an.
survey of the contempi.:., .1 tk. 1 ...n ciw Down
,. alightb !
Instead of the trio of Jonn Mel- ISM pKsa tip Top Tune. 1 pm. cm th
calf, Tony Brown and A E. T \%n ^-^^JS*a *"'
Hciiiy. you will hear a number cf P ,n Kama New* Fn>
I .'!iai bruadcosters givii:, ^I^TJ.*" *
their impressions of Nca V
CZECH
MARKETS
PRAGUE. Dex. 31.
Czechoslovakia today reduced
ket food prices by an
average of one-fifth and free
iiarkat prices of clotl
T.ie cuts were announced today
Minister of Commerce, Francis ,
A 1 fa p ui wi.h 1
.M be taken on*i
Clothing coupons, previously |
mployed peop.e, 1
1 one. but!
l rich" and those H 10
State" may be
.ud forced
1 buy on the fee market, whete,
ire RUI high.
Krajcir estimated that |
vould save consumers
.000,000,000 crowns ln the
Reuter.
Important'/
LONDON. Dec. 31.
Soviet periodical "New
in I now year article
by Moscow Radio ,oday
said the most important event of
the first half of the cen.'ury was
the birth ol the Soviet L'nion.-
Reuter
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GLOBE THEATRE
The Management of the Globe regre(
the inconvenience occasioned by 0Ut
Patrons in securing tickets and sea^
or. our Local Talent Show on Friday
30th December and wishes to advise
that tickets for our Talent Show or,
Friday 6th January will be on so].
I
K
The
rimef'
luoted
No*
a.i\* s*,.ire hi' mi redlbti mil



in an rxisjnai drarl
111 Lohengrin is made tn mj
'Though the
' h all believe ud i ban on
I I there is one who do
I e wile i love and er!
Oh! I he witnesNC-h 0
:< h "ill rkauM in modi-
IV .itior, o! the r> n
innounced froa Aamara, these
. robibitton on the dii-
cussion by local ncuspapers of
the future of the country, due V
be settled by the 1'nited Nations
of the
laSoiollo
10 pm The Daily Sen
p.'i. Haul Temple and theMadli
tKSt. SIS pm Prucia
'Hinirmtnli S 20 p.m Interlude i 30
p in. Generally Spaakinn Ml
Macpharion al the Theatre Oman 0pm
From ihe Third P't-iumn*. 7 pm The
Nr-i 7 10 p.m. Nrwi Analvl*. 7.15 p m.
i Bel 7 43 p.m 1.1-tier from l.on
don 0 p.m Radio Newireel 1.15 p m
I .-.If. to pleu
Nl V I R llr.Akll 111 I OKI

tin wonderful music
fore peetsrit]
.oneiating judge leing of course
i
I oiuion I v)in>s Service
llt'aw II(mmIs
Mil BJG.
S> Irom luge I


i
uebodied
men or .,;-. while
Hi rjs marke1
reach
were
'



Hamwiki T ilae
i
the Ls*astal <
ilae of

lions u
meas-
'ni|
that ever '
capped b .infill

.
ill) the re-
nt the fact

through th
River lt> I able
! .itro|H'Mustlj4'4*o,i.('
VHi^Siii^Murkil
Zeeland
i
\ii Paul Van Zealand, Belgian
1 Hraign Ml
. itaon lor
> i i i "pei tton,

i net again
"Europe .'.iii oi '
Mai)
I
RSl uitiini

::.,.
i krulrr t
NO COMMENT
WASHINGTON it.
1
i. asked to cornmanl to-day
decision to i
'. e Chinese Coranuailsta rap&ad
No comment I
These reatrtctloni do not accord
with normal Brttfsfa Nations of
Vasdorn Of the Press, and were
heing strongly criticised In Lon-
don political quarters '.
Reuter.
Lloyd Line
.teaches India
Rcater.
ROTTTODAU, Dec. 30.
The Ned Lloyd UlM estab-
Ushaa lointlv about a >e
the Royal Kotterdani Llovd and
the Netharland (Mean hip Com
pany. has been extended to take
"i lndi.ni i Drtj u ,,,
'' wai h.ii ned tonight
The Ned Uoyd Liu.
eperateti between the Qull ol
Mexico. Up to the United States
eastern M tne
Atlantic and through the Suez
i lanal to the Persian Quli
The Rotterdam Lloyd 8,099 ton
steamship Drenle, ll the tlrst aiiiu
' nl n the extended line from
owe al Call utu (aftei ., ,.,.
Koweit on the (Vim,,h cm;
' nary 1. Kenter
Eve 111 l-ondon. They will describ'.
their visits to the pantcsnlne aajd
circus, and give the news of the
West Indian's London. The) will
i>e on the air at the regular time
of 7.16 p.m
London Forum
A Special edition of 'London Souvenir*
Forum' will be broadcast on Sun- *![' P0'I" lhp J(
it iv. 1st January During the pas' Lnht orcheatra io p.
.mi this programme has dealt jf_ji*>.."
ith the important historical u ''
Of the year. This first
oroadcast of 1950 will review the
vents of the past twelve months
and look forward to 1950. Vernci
Ml', who has freciuent-
lv been chairman of 'Ixwidon
Forum* will describe the princi-
pal trends of the year, with illus-
trations from past discussions, and
try to show where these trend*
lead us *l,ondon Forum.'
INJURED
ELEVATOR CRASH
HOME. Dec. 31
Fourteen people were injured
1049-1950* will he heard at 10.DO when an elevator crashed
>m. on Sunday. 1st January,
Marshall 69
WASHINGTON. Dec. 31
i,.-uci.il Qe irsje Marshall, lor-
n Bet retarj M State eeW ra*<
Irfhday quiatly today at
his home ( rmehiirst. North
Kruler.
ii t: c i > si Pi-i. i mo ruwded store here tonight during
i.e last minute New Year's Eve
topping rush.
Than were travelling in a goods
lift which was being used to sup-
plement the normal elevator ser-
vice when a cable snapped The
emergency brakes lemiieil the
shock of the impac;
Sev) ral Of the injured were
taken to hospit.il with leg wound-.
l Reuter.)
STOCK -
Oils Dull
!
$ (RlliU I ST8IL WIMNIWS
Church S4'i\irr>
- -linn
.....' a

LONDON, lie
Last working day of thc yea;
In Loatdoo stock '"rhanai
brought a arava of peculatlva m-
laraal to overseas issues. Oer-
man and Japanese loans were
marked hi| support
el i
amona BrasUlan boaidi Mexi-
can light ud Powi
harnly higher
BriUsh lundi wert fractionally
t indus'i.
in oib Msxlcai
m.
were stead] ,ml f()ll|
II Mi Mi. l,.o .
U added In reply to
lhal Htm i cow
eeplng the Bute D> i '.".,,''"
..... ..i ,-
-
Renter
LIBERATION ARMY S
TASK

LONDON Dn Jl
i munlfi I'.tn.
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1 jatomic slx-hb hasn't let her
DRiVE rABDONOTME BLOCK...
*N0f jIlpSM
too a>v\iow..
I always w35i?y
WHEN V&U'RE ,
^DRVINS ALONE-y

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