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PAGE FIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIICRSIIW. 1)1 (I Mill II II I'.-d The First Fight At Madison Garden HW JOII\ IIXICItlM.ION NEW YORK Qe. I NEW YORK'S da] there and such notable* Flo Ziefflcld, tl.-org* M John McGr.-tw and Col ike K upper! So were 17,075 other i-portani'n. drawn Jointly by the prosi.it of a light heavy weigh! i ship tight and b) curiosity about the new Madison Square Garden rrom the ring, bedecked ,ih bunting, leather-lunged JOB Humphries—grudging I v u-mr .1 lirst time—introduced pram Mr Tex RJckara. who M booed by the crowd. The new Garden was Kickm I • dream—built on the -itc o( 1 old streetcar barn with $3.uO0 it loaned principally by MM 1 Jionaires It was the latent m H I 111 sport* arenas and remain* .<" most famous indoor sport* clt. 11 in the world Main Attraction For the main attraction on first boxing card that nleh' Dec II. IB25, Kuk.n 1 Berlenbach derwadlng hi> II hi heavyweight onai against Jack IJclaney Contemporary .: %  that the b.ut set u high -I %  dard of action for the fut n %  fight cards that were to 1 11 more than $15,000,000 Into tla garden coffer* Said one porter: "Both of them were Mea at the flnWh Both of \> m were battered and bruised kd weary Both of them v re Jut 25 yearn age, CM mi li.in.mi-s loaned Tex Rkkar S5.O0O.UIHI to M> 1 l.l 1)1. 'new Madbon Suaare (iardci I>e*lined an a bo sins chad. the Garden has since hecon the scene of almost even no of Indoor tportlnc e>n rrom basketball to ri. %  haws Bui flash back no with International News Bar vice to the flr*l prlseflght : the but 1r.11 w hich Pa Berlenbach tucccasfiiUy u* fended the light hCsWywatgl championship against I" Delaaey had gone wpent. Borly' ***** Delaney. so dazed after second round thai ml sal !vrh' stool by mist rallied to put the "Astoria Assassin" un the van. But Berlcnbarl 1 to win the 15-I It was not an altogether poplar dcciMun. bill DtM only a few months to wall to lain the title In July. IW6, he decisioned Batlenbatt Ebbetf. Field In Brooklyn Delaney and Bei lenii" ft were two of the most colourful fighters in the history of the 175-pound division. Talked! Berlenbach. a deaf-mute in Ml childhood. gained thr families of speech .Hid haarlng when ha accidentally touched a live v-trc •nd was knocked winding He learned to right to avenge the taunts of boyhood playmate* then turned to wrestling to win the 1920 Olympic Middleweight title Five vcais laicr. his flailing fists defeated Mike M.-Tigue and gave Mm the light heavy boxing crown Outside the ring, he wu ihy and Mlf-cITacIng His ring earning were estimated at more than • hair million dollars, moat of which was invested 111 bonds and subsequently lost In the market crash in '29. A year earlier. Paul had i.iosen hit hand lighting Larry Estiidec He retired from the ring .it..I f- time was a professional wrestler, a aport which he quickly crime to detest. Comeback ? chanced h % %  1 tuck. The atrategcrn paid of?. After u inning the 175-pound title from Bcrlt-nbacn. Delaney kepi it until 1 fighting a 1 ftrt and re%  el the Iltli H ... 1928. win ring to enter business. Delane> l.'ps .Hill IhiUIIS %  'is been through % %  • %  are in-ir for < for iiimo*' everything in addition %  %  %  %  . hockc.% Bti 1 %  ami in political convent The poat-war boom la roort • %  ono enter%  o But DOW the U.nni has passed. Iiiilding %  Qarden will re%  men for met —LN.fl He Won A Race For liritain On The Sea lliiiaaaasg. ha won the II*5<> lime In HO years—for Britain, haft II la the story of the lints) %  %  1 BriUati boata Mokoia an '..ih also ttRik part in th %  The three yachts lef I with their crews, on board the v Araby in M. They sailed (rum there : %  N. %  crack American yacht beginning the 2.875 mile rae •ross the Atlantic lo 1' The hook, written in four weeks. %  ted with colour, plate* %  howtng notne of Ihe mounta ou rotatra which tl %  %  '• 1 IIm.li. ap Win %  ak fro n %  strain, the erOWl were reunited ul b on July 34 M :. %  %  1 i.mdicap by IWO hours. One of n reasons for entering the race wi to grow a beard, but when mj 1 to ;Jiave It oil b> A.i New Police Training Centre Unlikely DIED SUDDENLY it 1 %  -teM Colone) R T sssrvaaaai %  %  plan had nlj at hi> il 12.45 p the Public Mortw M K ng AN OPPORTUNITY REFRIGERATOR Oxnet boustit IMS>r B.lt,*. aCM) .....il. ISMM SIT IT WOftKINO •I !%  OAS SIIOWSOOM '> % %  .*inf MatitH BO ST VINCENT De PAtJL SOCIETY AT Y.M.P.C. Samrday. Dec. 16. 1950 Mualc by Mr. Hoary Banulatara Orchestra Ar!mission : 2 • ft/Aatfoe* in m* ott&t 2 xstAs eirr j IMIOIH I >l SOI Vil evrifs FL0RALENE I ted for evuy 1 d Bouthern u h w ,1, Tha mah h end* d la .. draw after the S. uti 8*0 Dsftl 164 In replv to the HOC first innings total of urn 11 dlteh tcorad .12 not out 1 %  At tin the MCC were 281 for .1 artcketl nlnga Both 8 and cio^e arara 108 n I —Keuler Thereafter, came a brief aaaaaback attempt 111 the ring; aa a bartender and night club bouncer and running n uolf drlvange. r the past ten yeaca, Berlenbach has worked in the Em n EM K rtmenl of the Jacob Rupper cwlng Co. m New York. Ills interest in the ring still is uvely, and he is an astute (udgc H flghtei 1 "Paul m says a business associate. "He never bets anything else, but he seldom lose* when he wagers a cigar on a fight.' Delaney was not an Irishman as his name would Indicate, but a French Canadian named Ovila OiapdeULne After a dismal early career Chapdelalne'a contract was purchased by Pete Rellly for 900 and his name wns Tennis Fixture* Owing t" bad whem. lid not be played %  1 %  Club. To-day's fixtures are. tfgfl I IK.-.IM.Mr. D E V/oma an Atkinson >^ Ml K D I'-IT-' and Mr A M Wilson (To •><• nil). Mr p M<<; Patterson and m> V, H. Manning vs. Mr .1 H C. .,i„i M, A O'N Skinner C. < %  '• Manning and M%  I p Taylor n Mr. J I) Trtm0 and Mr C B Mixed lHraWe. Mi L Rraiuh and Mr. D. 1 lawless V8. Mr and Mrs D. B Woime. 6.C.L Fixture Changes Aa a result of the two race dayl lost month on which no games In the B.CL. cqmitctition were played, the dates in the fixture carda had to be amended accordingly I This being the case, the List 1 the City, Central, S-H.HI H Ddward divisions win began . %  mil .1 DM tad that tna following Saturdaj rve 11 has 1, id 1 there will be no ny lr anv of the ."Ivarloni. but that the games will conclude on December 30. With respeet to the Champion(Up division, the changes havp resulted in Saturday next hem %  the last day of the present serie The last series, originally fixe for Dec. 9, 16 and ft, will now take place on Deb. 80. Januarv 6 and 13 in the flavour! And what goos in ? 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TIM RSDAV. DECEMBER 14. 1M BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE Work Anrikrblr In SI. Thomas Cu do *o by the oil Industry. t>ui cultivation. Mr F. L Walcon. MC P. :old the A I He suit) thai it would be %  ver> Md AH I • pie %  < that prosperous commuiuu if the Venezuelan* ever wre lo bein U) ICIIN. trude oil. Mr Waicot: who was one of the Barbados delegates at the Fourth Wait Indian Conference .n Curacao, returned to the Island on Tuesday evening by B.WXA. Curacao la an extremely busy %  hipping port and during the time i> WH there he had never h ottod uui en the baa .it least one ship coml^tt i %  atnj (RHB UM Wand. There ll m WilliamsUid! I capital, an electrically driven and Thai, he said, was a ;ii iifnitici'iii engineering device was said to be opened 16 out oi 24 hours a day. Mr Walcott .aid that he met many of the Bnrl>ndins working with C.P.I.M. In Curacao and brought Kreetmii. from them to their relatives and friends in Barbadoi". He also visited the camps where the B.W.I, workers are living and found that their general spirit* and morale were of ood V v of them however, still yearned after the social amenities which 'hey roulrt en]->> in their homelands, but were prepared to endure the inrivenience of tbON pi—JUm finUl i purpose of Improving their k condition*. He \airt that he had told some i f the delegates ut the Conference f the population problem in Barbados to And out it there were any employment opportunities in any of the areas He waj. informed by Mr Omar Brown. Chairman i U> Muni kpai Condi >f St. Thomas and St John and leader of the U.S. Virgin Islands delegation at the Conferenoa that there were employment opportunities in St. Thomas for a liimtad number of workers in various fields and he hoped to impress on the Barbados Government tne necessity for Investigating those possibilities with the appropriato authorities. Detective novel may give clue to how woman died BAIlLAim\li|Dsiiioii ("Initial and Otrrsfuj at DM %  %  %  %  M-fc pa. >> 'i_W •"• j•" llo lor who wa*j wilb her al the mil nisi s ruurl lc*>liniNV -• IM'I. OIOMA1. •* • Demand < CaWJAMAH* il U K.Hfr MAIL NOTICES r.ii iixuoi OWIH i, tht let '^OrtiT*V MiaT r *'' Tat *" ' llnwiban. ISM %  *!! %  lot Ikmu,,..AahaTu... Null. and HI Km. b) i H V Caiihfarr xii Iw %  >HI 0k — u*,* Mr.il al It .i-xiiii. RasMlaP M %  ,. m and oru I I*' i> n> MI in. if* -Thr puMtr IMlv>a le UM II r | T*.. L'nRM Kitid..i. i I (..*.! at the Q. %  %  ,.iwl Mail -• ISM. RMJM4S Ontinao Mall ISth .l I %  Two Tourist Ships Will Call Here Only two calls will be ma.ie by tourist -hips to Barbados during the November 1950 — May 1U51 season, the Advacalc was mfonned by the Barbado* Publicity Coinmitle* yesterday. The Cunard White Star liner %  ..iir.-[ai,io and the Holland. Una) IfltttW AtruferdaiFi are expected to arrive In port on February 9 and February 11 Messrs. Hanschcll Larsen are local representatives of both ships. This is as compared with six calls during the previous season, tlta Polaris which usually makes two calls to Barbado* each season, will not be calling here this tune She is expected to make a world cruise which will nut include Barbados. The Maiiretonia will be making an 18-day cruise. She is expected to set out from New York for Barbados via. St. Thomas and Martinique on February 3. From Barbados, she will bo sailing back to New York via Grenada. La Guana, Curacao, Cristobal, Kingston and Havana The Itinerary of the NieuuAmsterdam will be slightly different From New York she will be going to San Juan before coming here. She is expected to leave Barbados for New York again via Trinidad, La Guaira. Curacao. Cristobal, Port ; she took cardeoal She telU the police she eave Talliot another poison, which strychnine would not eotiNteract %\ •• %  •* of lover She knew, she says that strychnine was an antidote for gardenal, and she left the empty gardenal tubes to lead police to believe th;it both she and TaUlot had taken it She was weary of her lover, she savs That was why she killed him "La Dame au Gardenal" was written by Roger Boussinot. Lawyer Floriot told Judge Favreau salt M novel bore striking resemblances to details of the death of Monique (Gardenal Is one ef the hrno harhltone drugs. It b> srdaUvr drui. sometimes used for epllep sy.] CAR DAMAGED IN COLLISION The motor car M-236J o i iven by M Dokrat, yesterday In an accident win the nv.'. • iv. ncxl and driven by J Kelltnan of Church Village, St Joseph, on Hindsbury Road about I M Tha najht front md •< Msa door of the car were extensively damaged. LOOK YOUR BEST ii'in'i. > %  Vour hair will be handsomer by (ar whan you treat it h. Vaseline' Hair Tonic.l Just use a tew drops a day... then see the difference! Buy a battle today! HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay 4 V ft!' %  rV.'H |>.-._ SVh CtmiutiaS.W : V TsfiftU, Mali* N J..n*. Sf* Adv...... and S. h . AMUTALB %  Caial Oli>i*r> I.—.. T-maalaal SrKaMW( ManalaMy 11 BJ CaM o—aU na tnm* at l.ucia MiaU>ia. i tana M). C-pl GoUamMM. from nihtaMai SV4koonar l-aal, MoaHvm. l tofti nrll C|H Novl. trora Onmmlfa %  chMMT Bhar Nmr tac. St loaja r-K. Capt Meraalane. f BrStlafl OuUoa SkftooMc H.m H'-'iatta, S tll. IcM St LwtU •fc-lmnnet Philip H PJV EdaOn r Tjna I'rittih OuUi In Touch With Barbados Consul Station A \ %  • Alinloii %  IUI. M M %  •I. I Sea well ARHIVAU* I I M1MII Itohm 1 ..,-. i is .1 I %  %  %  %  Urr.^i l ..il\ Mo.il Ri.Hi.li %  I %  I'taPk. Mr Dm %  IIDAI) . Dan II K I A I. |-H' -II L i atjulii Hi IM .1 Pninrla W-H'tirii P:-aa>numllr nol.r. O-C -i tan Mm i .^r *w.ro> Lahi ., 1-i.ita.i MarUi^Pullai. A VuMnt. Varmm Bn %  Li,. MaMMm W. I ..i..-. i % v. %  I . .1 \,, i %  w %  • Will. .. Mario.. | %  \ ..:• i %  m il lulu. llol,>, Alvi K*id McDonald. Paul Allan. %  kssl Arrhr> How the WORLD'S FIRST-CHOICE fIRE gats Ms Ion* life Trellfs expectancy of every p,ut of • '. n. MUM d by a great vstier* M lefts. rilliiamsi basl .tht*-d all ..I MSJM tHH ... I inateiiaU used in Goadyeai Ikes. As a ivsult. Goodf/tar no* held Its placi at M MlM -•st-cnolce tire •••> y*' s*'nce 1915. fnnlrnnf n


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FARE FOOT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIIURSnAV. DECEMBER 14. 19.111 BARBADOS S#AD\t)0M Thursday, Dccrmbrr 14, 150 NO III I AIOHMIIP THE Del result of Tuesday's debate in the House of Assembly is that the House accepted the wisdom ofl the Legislative Council in amending the Bill to establish a Natural Gas Corporation. Mr. Adams ungraciously took the opportunity to threaten "that at the earliest possible time the powers of the other Place would be restricted" and called in the "promise" of an unnamed Secretary of State for the Colonies which would "be redeemed at the earliest possible time". At the same time Mr. Adams was at pains to point out that the Government "was not prepared to take the blame for an increase in the cost of living for which they were not responsible". It is time that the public reminded Mr. Adams that Barbados has inherited a Parliamentary system of Government almost as old as the Mother of Parliaments itself. and that it is not prepared to surrender its democratic rights for the rule of a small number whether they be Socialists. Tunes or members of the Barbados Electors' Association. It is time to remind Mr. Adams that he is head of a political party which neither enjoys an absolute majority, nor has by its record in office satisfied the electorate that it has acted as efficiently as it might in dealing with the rising cost of living or the thousands of problems that beset a small island of 166 square miles dependent for survival on the skill and application to work of its 192.000 inhabitants. It fell to the lot of Mr. Adams as head of a political party professedly devoted to the cause of the worker in Barbados, to educate his followers in the hard economic fact that only by greater production per working hour can Barbados hope to acquire adequate revenue to build its social services to a level which will reflect credit on the administration of this island, This duty Mr. Adams has signally failed to carry out and to-day the island of Barbados is hard put to make up for the thousands of productive working hours lost to the island by irregular and late attendance at work. Mr. Adams has made it clear that he relies for political support on promises of higher wages to those who join his party. He has not in any public utterance attempted to tell either the employer (who has to pay these higher wages) or the worker (to whom they are promised) from what source additional wages are to come. At a period of time when devaluation of the island's currency, restrictions on free intercourse of trade, post-war shortages of materials, equipment and communications, have hit the island's economy a devastating blow, there is not one sign of recognition from Mr. Adams and his party that the very preservation let alone the improvement of the existing standards of living depends on the recognition by every worker that excessive productive costs must be reduced to a minimum. With the talent and skill available in Barbados, with the excellent educational facilities which have so fur survived, and with the tradition of public service still aflicker, there is every reason why Barbados should continue to hold its own as it has successfully done for hundreds of years. But our continued prosperity depends finally and solely on the utilization of every talent and every ability in the community. Mr. Adams is over sanguine and most ill-informed if he imagines that an electorate as intelligent ai the Barbados working man and woman will be willing to surrender their rights to a small handful of four men who represent 12 seats in an elected Assembly of 24. Ih-i -1 a III if It fin -nt To the LMUor, Tl %  hgk SIB.—The Hcvd. Mr. Tartar in hi* recent letter on the Synod | up the wronc trw\ fur naitl I man) nor disendownirnt wren in., before Synod. What Synod did %  impi> and M>leh the matter of toe revision *>; the Anglican Church Act The other two Kami w*Ti dr.igg.xl in as red herrings to frighten the lalt) In HI-IHTOI, and these tactic* wan nicceaafu] A committee of Synod meeting u committee of Government could in no wise have con party, and the Synod dcciMiiii id avoid even this app r oa c h wai an outstanding example of moral cowardice. The* suggestion that the Government would act viciously If the Church alkad for the revision of •n antiquated Act was nardb mmphmenUry to Otttan 'ilv some "chrisUans" h faith in uur Lord'f own dictum, -auk and ve shall reeelve" And timid Christie i Perhaps the most amusing feature of nil Is the picture al so-celled democratic people (opposed to autocr,;* handing over all their liberties on u plate t., totalitarian! the AngUcai I of the In have II Bill v. %  %  ,nurse, it Miai the Vos populi I %  POttUMUS Dec. 12th, 1050. \ IIH.IN •* The %  a* i". %  Kiimol %  %  I tti the future as it Colonies Whether the Virgin has done in the past, it is for us Islands i* in the Colonies to sat latl further grj' irriatj I was look i i .( i.Iii (I1.L1 th. Britten V Ik.: BB With last acts of the old LegislaUv interest that the total expenditure th T! r P*? ln "** bjlttl ,or money I for the year amounted to ~ ,h f' ,h l"**** 1 an Pf* ln %  $410 (V B.) One of ihe Oral !" ch as llwy can reasonably affor.l of the new Council will be "rdi the coat of public service. to pass the Appropriations LhdiLet me turn (Mm this gloomy for 1951—which will provide subject of the pre>.-nt. and looli ipendlture of the order of for a moment towards; the future. $150,000 (US). Not only is It an Here again I know that vou have interesting co-incidence that you many difficulties—the pn>blems of l meet joM tlfly years after trade and intercourse with tha v : elidecessors to consider preUnited States Virgin Islands, the d tl> the .in matter with which development of your meat and iicemed. but .. new lines of enterprise. en merit expenditure has increased and the general improvement of Producers' Association. You al hat space of lima your publTc service* The solution rdy have a fine reputation for .L .i. "* """c of these difficulties lies *hip-building -and other develop prise. I suggest that more prosire matters which call for pa op eraUon and help from outside I can promise no complete answer to jrOUf problems, and I can promise no Utopia for UM Virgin Islands. But I am confident tha much can be done, not only by government, but also by pr vale ciitei pr .-i' A* regards private enterprise I am delighted to learn of Uv establishment of your Livestock nments always waste money problwn of rade i't say that there is no wast.; s Thomas IN in the %  • %  a ,nM,, lands But 1 do not believe ] remember visiting St. Thoma: Ive—or any seven years ag< than occurs with the best that the biggest problem of th< pertty can be brought to you pa ssjsaMM lot U dtl th. ewue of mont du ng the past fifty s. for the removal expen,.,u r y into St. Th< iv in which |,. r being told that the smallest KM fallen lauix li OWDOI MI Torlola had lo and. complete a.mam oHV al ft losnand and documents before i hy government in leaving St. Thoma* as the Capta being tola |J T" > can ** brought to your an occur, w.vn .or .mat M o.ggesr pKunem of the }„ lh |* b iL ""f ( d 5, VPl m "' mgulatO In other Hntlth Virgin Islatu^ was the need ,Z*, '" ^mH \** parts of U v The major for the removal of -frictions on ITi.,;^-. w '" •• P** legislatlon—such as exists already In several other Caribbean Colonies—which will assist pn enterprise to develop tourist hotel facillUes You need hav fear of your Islands being deseU„ p modern time*—advice and ITUIL^QUICD' MaT^Whan entar" *' r -' ,rd bv hordes of tourists in be with agriculture, public health iUK or leaving New York Seven * ra,1 S" %  promlav rrsulls I can only •• ' %  !" "mm prarnce in man* the talc of stomp* In 1950 la far pr im i,c that we will have a very countries of the world. Including below the estimate; and it lookr good try w get tbem. ,ho L*eward Ialands. for the as ehouifh vou will end the o-.n public lo alt back .ind blame thc with n dcflrit of $59,000 IV.St 111 the meantime there are other government for evcrv ill Now 1 Inotcad of i. surplus of fll.000 matters which will. I hope engag" believe— given certain conditions (US I as wu though' when your your attention in your effort* to —Hiat auch criticism is a very lft'.O esumiiu-. rro prepared. It Improve thc oonoim and the good thlnf. Government* are I .bablc that you will have wealth of your Ulatxli You km *|a(led by human lmn|a. and no to d. i ,d for a ycai or two on available to you £53.000 under th.human being Is infallible So direct .isststance from the British Colonial Devclopmcnl and Welfare government* often do make Trrasur,-a ,..rry slate of affair. A.-t. which must he spent on usenlt>Ulkt , nd eriticum I* very not only bacauj. it adds many ful work before the end of March hclprul preven, ucH rnlauikes complication, to the adminWra1951. Valuable preliminary work „„„ ,„ .po,"^ .dmiiuatraUon lion of the Presidency, but alao has already been done by a local to g,,,^,,., c ( Iorl To hll MU ot I. HIM no like, to live on Committee to determine the be*t ZJESZ ,7T|nl lent thin. I help from wa, of using lh„ mone,. and helpi,"" It can b^a uul-dejtrov Z ouUlde seems almoM inevluble. I ful recommendations have been SzJLi??.! _JSa rMt^Zarii sl,,ld like to assure you that the made by the Agricultural Advise. ', h m J ? 0 C 1 .' , "J*'SlJJJLS82 Hritl.h OOvemment will be only from the Development and Welfare !" !" fc %  %  '. 0 X!l. n, ff O KL bl lf. it! ily to give that help—proOrganisali —if It binds them to the fact K" what ifcaTXd, r.hSwofk Barbados, who ptrly And that."Honourable Mem lh.it you still Mad further techni. Km I, where vou and I come In cal advice on cngiiicerine probfj> "''""' P* 0 1 ol1 ,S u !" FT,, "or vou in vou, debate, to lem—road. and so on-and I hope "J* %  > way of Improving put forward your views as to what that the Coiutrucllon Engineer > ""' lon ?%  "" """ "V— 2S I to tolv* rOUT dllncullle. from Barbados will soon be vlalUne "'""" "' country 1* increaseil md to put forward your view, you to give this half It will then 'ts government cannot afford In a reasonable way so that people be peaslble for a final Develop"" more u.iisldc can be convinced of th" ment Plan to be drawn up. And Ihe *• let us have criticism; but lei lu*tlc Of vour flatemenl..; and It sooner Ihe better, not only so that be eonatrueUve criticism whl.h 1* for His Honour and for me to work can begin, but also Ihat the flue> that *on-.e of the re*pon..i %  ee Ihat thoee view* are repreVirgin llands may not lose anv bUlty rests with the pubUc anc suited properlv In London rhance of getting a share of the with the critics; and above all 1c Before I leave Ihe subject of further help wh ch has just been it be Informed criticism, based llii.inn.il assistance from Hi. made available bv tha United not on rumour but on a proper Majesty*. GovciioiH-iit. I would Kingdom I'arllMmcnl -which voted knowledge of thc facts. A Baby Submarine Was Sent By Diplomatic Post--* And an Atom Bomb lsn"i any larger By C1IAPMA.N PINCHER Enough atom bombs to crlppl" defences could be brought Into this country without the knowledne of police. Customs, or the Secret Service. I connrmea this whSfl I questioned thc Foreign Office about the control over "dip lomatir freight"—a term "hich covers packages sent between Governments and their diplomatic n-i>rescntaUves abroad. The Fori-n-n Offlre Bgyi th;it Britain's dcfi'nir .t UeSrCboO in tlie use uf I Iii.iliplumatii' privilee Is "our trust In the honour f the foreign countries with which re huve rilpl'Tiiiitii' ifl.-i.. %  Could nn> enapon the size of an atom bomb—which Wgfighs four tons—really be smuggled In among us if that trust were betrayed? A feat almost identical has %  (ready been achieved An official report recently released discloses that the Italian. wnwyji-H six weapons, each as heavy as an atomic bomb. Into a foreign country under their diplomatic seal during the war. Smugxled These weapons, which were midget submarines of the type known ,i< ,v.i.-man torpedoes, wersmugnled across Europe to thSpanish port of Algeciras. near Gibraltar. The> were used in raids against Gibraltar harbour and sank at leapt six big ships British authorities are satisfied that f'i Spaaiards did not knou' the torpedoes were being smuggled into their, country. The Italian* declared that ihe crates containing the torpedoes were tilled with spare parts for repairing a scuttled Italian ship. Their word was accepted simply because the crates bore the Italian Foreign Office seal. To me all this adds up to a leriktyhUI situation, Ily current international agreement there is no fixed limit to the sire and weight uf friiuht whl.h a foreign country (-an bring into Britain under its seal. n feUowi thai crate* big enough tn err) the parts of an atom bomb H> ibort->clrcuit ens, if brought in by %  foreign diplomatic courier Loophole %  o if all the legal measure-, devised by our security authorities tor exarainiiig foreign fraight ar150,000 Men Training To Use Atom Bomb Hy I i li* rii k i sMsIt New York MANY hundreds of men in the United Slates air force now know how lo prtDM and handle an atom bomb. It is dLsclOMK. In Wa.-hmi!ton for the first time th.it a secret nralnlag programme his lon IHVM under way and is now gathering momentum. Those trained already include members of the Strategic Air Command, who are continually flying Superfort bomber I simulating those they would undertake if war should come. These crews, it is strongly indicated, now have a pretty accurate idea of what their actual targets would be in real war. Air force officers in Washington reveal that about 150,000 men (nearly a third of the total air force strength) are Involved in varying degree in the atom bomb training programme. Soldiers and sailors are receiving very similar training, but in smaller numbers. Eventually, a knowledge of how to prepare handle and drop an atom bomb will be part of every Service man's military education. MORE IN THE KNOW These developments were brought to light after Mr. Gordon Dean, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, had stated in a Washington interview that since the CIoven-iment now had "a large fortbi lnj trained in the use of the atom bomb it was inevitable that the circle of people having access to atomic information had to be widened. Nevertheless, said Mr. Dean, it still re11 uned true that only a very few knew how to make an atom bomb. A high-ranking officer, commenting on I Mr. Dean's statement, said frankly: "It is the Air Force's objective to tram everyone at different levels, to use this weapon." Specialists are being trained in "priming" the Domb — which apparently means installing its firing mechanism — and in handling it before and after priming. 1R-MONTH COURSE Such men must undergo IS months of rigorous training after their general education is completed. There are already "hundreds" in this classification. Just how many hundreds is still a military secret. Trained in much more detail are 16 nuclear physicists, all of whom hold doctorates and are Air Force officers. These men. the elite of the programme, are working at Los Alamos. New Mexico, where the first atom bomb was exploded! experimentally. Eighty-five officers are attending schools where some will take doctorates ana the rest Master of Science degrees. GENERALS, TOO Sixty more officers will be enrolled in such schools shortly. Many hundreds of other ranks are being given advanced courses in electronics and in mathematics up to calculus. Among the officers it is revealed 75 per cent of the Air Force generals and almost all the staff officers at headquarters in Washington, have now undergone special courses. Fourteen hundred officers have been given advanced instruction at a special school in the New England mountains. FEW KNOW SECRET Little highly technical information is being imparted to officers who might be taken prisoner. Their training is confined to how and where to use an atomic bomb and its effects when dropped. They know virtually nothing of manufacturing processes. Secrets of manufacture are still confined to the handful working behind the wire in the New Mexico desert. —L.E.S. D. V. SCOTT or CO.. LTD. TO-DAYS SPECIALS at THE COLONNADE Usually NOW HNS JACK STRAWS $ .73 $ .85 TINS ORANGE A GRAPE FRUIT IU1CE .28 .26 BOTTLES McEWANS BEER M .20 USEFUL GMFTS that will IMupfirrciat**! all the yvar rouml ALMMINNM &f .!• SAUCEPANS, COCKTAIL SHAKERS, JELLY MOULDS, FRY PANS. PRESSURE COOKERS, FRENCH FRIERS, POTATO RICERS. SIN W4SI CAKE TRAYS, ICING SETS & TUBES, ICING STANDS Si BOOKS, CAKE PANS, KITCHENWARE. I 4KIHI\*I MIXING BOWLS, TEA SETS, DISHES 1.1 tl.MMt FIREPROOF AND TABLEWARE. WILKINSON HAYT.ES CO, LTD, Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 4472 and 4687 RANSOMES LAWN MOWERS II illi or u-ilhiml Motors MOWS THE TIME TO SELECT Yorns. DA COSTA & CO., LTD. Two pictures prove the need for action around the embassy back doors IIOV! IIIUIN IWO MAN I0RPEDO SIM I) OIPIMMIIC ItSl -< 22 /.vc > %  BtlDW AIOMIC BOMB UMOSI IKE SAME SIZE AND WEIUI carried thi-out," iflUl too i-. M Mini-. Britain*! dafsoam screen will still IHwlCkl opM t> an atomic Taarl Harbour" attack. Pearl Harbour stio.il i ban taughl m what the honour of Totalitarian Btattf is worth. Japanese diplomats, remember. were ncgoti<.lniRtn Washington at a moment bombs started falling on helpless U S. warships. More pr* i can gauge thc value of Communisms diplomatic bottDUl Itnin the Russians' flagrant use of their embassy In Ottawa as a spy agency, as disclosed at the Dr Alan N'min May Trial of IMC RrMrirtinn The onl> BtCura defewe again*: diplomatic sabotage would be for the Foreign Office lo restrict privileged imports hy embassies to the proper diplomatic bags. These are kit-bag-sired containers in which ronfldential documents are carried. All other packages addrassed to embassies should be liable to security and Customs scrutiny, FIVE QUESTIONS made urtcetil by Ihe PaRe Oiw war news # %  Omr type* of a.om bomb are isruiluMr in America for operaitonal *'•' There are large stocks Of the Mark 1 tvpc used at Hiroshima and Nagasaki Surveys of the damage they did In Japan and .it Bikini rate each bomb as effective as 2.000 tons of TNT "blockThere are also slocks of .. Marl. II bomb of greatly improved design and about live timc as powartul 1, ir-pow*r*d atom bombs for l.H-alised use .n the battlctUM cannot be made. ft It'iac iron..* be the atomic bomb's raluc as a fleld weapon again*! rroop* m Korral Very little M An atomic bomb U essentially a giant incendiary It is. therefore, suited mainly lo attacks on large cities and Indus%  'I'res. On i I 5. GRANDMA'S WAIS1 ll>Fred Doerriinger LONDON. British fashion expert and authoress Doris Langley Moore today exploded the myth about grandma's "wasp" waistline and claimed that "Victorian waists were no smaller than ours." The small-waisted legend got around, she said, simply because a .small dress, u pair of shoes or gloves have a tendency to be preserved—fewer people wear them. British actresses (.oogie Withers and (.'oral Browne with an average 25 26 vMiist fitted 'quite easily" Into Victorian costumes for Mrs. Moore's "Vista of Fashion" show at London's New Theatre on December 5. "For film stars Margaret Leighton and Margaret Lockwood with 22 inch waists, actress Joan Tetzel, authoresses Marghamt i Laski and Mrs. Robert Henrey the costumes had to be taken in." she declared. Mn. Moore further asserted that not only were women's waists as small as in Victorian days but women today, in fact. kMp slimmer for far longer than the Victorians.' Mrs. Moore explained that in the dayi when the prim and straitlaced Queen Victoria ruled Britain a woman of thirty with two children considered herself, and behaved like, a sedate matron. Today a woman of that age feels that she is just reaching the "peak of her attrartive" Women are much more active today and their entire attitude has changedSocial activities today are also a far cry from what they were in Victorian daya." Thc emancipation of women is not the only reason for slim waists today. Said Mrs. Moore: "In England chocolate rationing has played a big part too."—INS. GIFT PROBLEMS MADE EASY I3y Shopping at DACOSTA'S where you will find a full display of GIFTS on Show. Stop in Tot im y mt • • DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. PMo*e Ig p aaGODDARDS mux SOME XEW SPECIALS Qt Battle Worcester Sauce 11.08 per Bottle MalUd Milk 61c. per tin Harsh Hallows 3Ac. per lb. Halalns 16o. per lb. CANNED FOODS •a—Large and Smsll L-acaes—Large and Small prtcota—Large and Small ushed Pineapple Ooo*berrlei Cauliflower Spinach drapes Rhubarb FRUIT PUDDINGS :inos Haat herrles In Pkgs. "idled Peel SWEET BISCUITS LIQUORS Cllquot Vintage Champagne Mumm's Oordon Rouge Dry Menopole Lois Roderer Scotch Whisky Rye Whisky Sandemsii. Wines South African Wines Ollbey Wiaas Tuborg Beer Crown Drinks and Sorrel •sssssssssani %  ^•^-y' /V.cV.7 VALUES Chickens. takMll T" Vegetables. Apples



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TrlVRSDAV. DECFMBrR 14 1Sg BARBADOS ADVOTATK PRECAUTIONS AGAINST SUSPECTED SMALL POX A SUSPECTED CASE of small pox was brought to the island aboard the S.S. "Biographer". Trie am titt been transferred from the ship to the Quarantine SUUon at Pelican Island and the Chief Medical Officer. Dr J. P. O'Mahuny. is taking precautions against the possible I spreading of the suspected disease. He told members of i the Board of Health of the situation at their meeting i yesterday. The Chief Medical Officer lias been g t v gn permission by the Board of Health to use available funds fa a vm the expenses of the necessary precautions. Xmas Party For Children Of Police (MIILUKLN of memben ol the VJ rates Porea *iii be given a thrutinaa Putty nt the uulnct A Station on December 22 at S.OU p.m. it is expected that over 300 i. will be attending. Father Christmas will be d: Hifts i,, the children and the Police Band will be in aliendance. "Various children's game* have been organised and plenty is provkted to vat and drink." the Com%  %  < r said. Tne first party of this type was MM last Christmas. On that occasion ihe children took a keen interest in Ihe Shetland rides. I OTORISTH l<>\ raj ine ts M 1 am indebted to the CnmmisOIORIMS should have no „|one r n f Police. Col Mlchellii • who iminediate'v at my r|UMl has placed ••• •iaa*' patrol ovai IVluaii Inland in order to stop nny person who has no business •here from landing there In thll regiird it li absolutely prohibit•st for any person other than an Authorised official of the Departthe Fontabelle 'buses to use ment of Medical Services to go Probyn Street 'Bus Stand for to Pelican Island > ii.mi period of the day, mo-! ]i must be clearly understood toriSti can now park their cars at present that this lovel> Island at Bcckwilh Place in the space Inf ours is not at the moment, inwhich these 'buses once iok up." i fected and is not in quarantine. he said. tbut immediate precautions were TMlfc *T JOHNS Cnurch taken to prevent in pa far as it is Lads' Brigade held their An-'*wduY. n from becoming innual prize giving day over thel'*"'^ week-end. An address was given The men who are working this by Rev Mellor. Vicar ot St Marf hl Pof whom "* u nuinbet B—rib [has come to se*> me personally The Commanding Officer. Captn m om f** "T .^^ b y tain Harold Rock, outlined brief?, ^'LS^'ColSltiS and the work done by the Brujade'"^*""^" 1 ^ during the year and also told of am ox,mm plans for 1951. one being Ihe second overseas camp to St. Lucia and Dominica Fifty Children Attend Baby Centre The Black Rock Baby Welfare League was founded 30 years ago by Mrs. St. Clair Browne who was also the first president After Mrs. Browne, Mrs M. Hanschell. M.L.C. became president, but she relinquished this post after being appointed member of the Legislative Council. Mrs. N. G. Daysh is the present president The object of the* League is to ",","i. help people from the surroundriving them the |D| district will! tl-eli childr.' and on some occasions mothers come from as far as St. Thomas with their children. Th,. child is examined by the doc-tor and if it is found to be ill he prescribes the medicine The mother then takes the prescription to the General Hospital where she is given medicine. The League pays for this iimlicine. Children are also given cod liver oil. milk, food yean and any other thing that the doctor considers essential Mrs N. G. Daysh. told the Advocate yesterday that formerly the League was mainl> concerned with nutrition bu' now the Kreiitest call Is to advise the mothers on how to feed, clothe and bring up their children properly. The visiting periods are on Tuesday and Saturdays. A doctor and a trained nurse are there to give advice. During this year the attend ance has increased and from about SO to To children now visit the clinic twice a week. The up keep of the clinic depends mainly on the C250 from Government and the £150 from the Si Michael Vestry Donations are also received fro At the party yesterday afternoon each child was given enough material to make a garment, ice cream, sponge rake and 9 balloon the excellent m-operation 1 have received so far from the men who arc working the ship and the men whr arc delivering the cargo on shore Up to Tucsdn.2ti!S of these men and a further number of Port Officials have received the benefits of this excellent protection. I am SXl gratined for the excellent cooperation of these men and of the common-sense which they have shown In this mattei Up te the present 1 have instituted further protection la inspect of the families of those men who are associated svnn the port. and 1 record my appreciation of the help in extending this protection to their families, for the attention of the Sanitary Commissioners of St. Michael, their Chief Sanitary Inspector and of their public health nurse* who visiting these families an I protecof rcination. M.H.S. Firmly Established In 5 Years The Modem High Sohool. uhich opened in 14*45 with two pupils, to-day has on Ita roll 500 The school held its Speech Day at the Globe Theatre yesterday afternoon wnen the Governor attended and presented the prizes The Governor congratulated Mr. L. A. Lynch, the hcadina*ter. and his staff on a very interesting report and on the many academic and other succaasaj achieved by the pupils of the School during the past year. He paid tribute to (he headmaster who he said, had with initiative, courage and conviction established the Modern High School as recently as six yearago He said that the standard of tho school could be gauged from II i contents of the Report v. -II as from 'he recognition i rently given the school by th i.'partment of Education and by X'. e Oxford and Cambridge r -amlnation Board. INQUFRY^ADJOURNED The inquiry into the circum• rances surrounding the death H n--aOd Doreen (lark, .if the Crane. St. Philip, was adjourned until December 15 by Mr G B Griffith. Coroner of District C" yesterday Dooren Clarke was fished out of a pond by her T>rofner. Glenville. after she was drowned about 11 am on Monday. Shs fell into a pond near Riee< St Philip Necessary Precautions You may reasonably ask yourselves, whv has all this trouble been taken, so far. on account ol a suspected case'' I reply it is to take all necessary precautions which we have at our disposal, to ensure as far as is humanlv possibly, that a cane may not occur in the community. This precaution Is deemed as being further advisable, some of :he main reasons being: — 1 The best form of defence Is to attack, especially so In this problem; 2 The peculiarities of small pox. generally, this disease as you know, is one of the most htghlv Infective of infectious diseases and U therefore highly 'catching": 3. The unfortunate fact that the population generally In this Island must be considered, from my point of view —and despite my exertions to the contrary—to have too many people in it who have not availed themselves of vaccination during the last few years and who arc therefore not protected. 4 The fact that medical science has made available to us. as a well-proven means of protection for any Individual.— "small pox vaccination" and the quicker this protection is given to us in any threat to public health by this disease. the better are the chances. of :i Successful outcome So far. the protection already given In Ih itstanfl li limited becauJp of the short tuna aim arrival and I deem it as very necessary to extend this protection immediately to the whole City of Bridgetown. This Is advisable as in our population there is no barrier between the port of Bridgetown and the Bridgetown area with Its surroundingsI do not think it necessary in the Immediate present set up vaecination Centres in the Country district as generally the people living there have no direct contact with the Port. Such extension of vaccination centres remains for the decision later, this is not to say that any person in any part of the Island cho wishes to have small pox accinatlons should not apply for it to his local doctor. Vaccination Centres The Vaccination Centres will be as follows: — 1. The office of the Direct M e d i Wharf. 9 a.m. to S p 2 Parochial Buildings. Cumherlond Street. Bridgetown. hours 9 a.m. to S p.m. 3 Queen's Park. Bridgetown, hours 0 a.m. to $ p.m. 4 Police Station. Bav Street. Further Centres may he started from dav to dav. but notice will l>e given in the Press Small Pox Vaccination Service Is free. I repeat free -to anyone unending these I %  As there are thousands of people resident In this tnra—it is necesaarv to five precise instruc%  Id l-e im%  is m this 2. R is further abeoi"'and the community, that those people who have never b. .mated should k*n done Immediately In this regard those who go to their persona. are free U> do MJ. but t centres will be speciaU] and no nine will i>e wasted in aattim 'i-u v.irtinated 3 Babies and children sidered to te of BDCeia] interest, and these should be mated immediately. 4 The next class of people should avail then.lea of vaccination are those win have not been vaccinated within UM last 3 i. >' || considered thai lion becomes less and less after this 3 year period. .*> Those people who have beei vaccinated within the last 3 years, and who have in then possession a certificate of Va.uuation satisfactiii \ |o me need not rush for vaccination, but it is generally advisable that they he revacei noted. C>J Deration I remember last year after the rful ilood of September 1st. having offered protection to the people of the flooded areas of Bridgetown, and this service received magnificent co-operation from the people In fad 3,000 people were protected at that time against the disease—Typhoid Fever — which i thieatened us. This proved nc. if pii">r were needed, of the remarkable common sense and oi the inHipie of this ind 1 no am a/all %  wara thai the appeal SrbloB now lake will meet with that same dm comroo n ae n— i corporation, but indeed in a much larger measure. One Anal word Than M need foi alarm, it is time enough to get alarmed should the circumstances warrant it, but there is real need for attention to my Which have for their object the protactftOB and safety of all of you who live in this lovely Island of Barbados. A short word about small pox vaccination I tse lf, part of which I am now about to say has special reference for vaccinators It means this — after your arm is cleansed and this need be only by soap and water, and then plain water and allowed to dry, a little special liquid vaccine is place,! id i, punctured into the skin by a needle. This is painless. The procedure for doing this varies, but the vaccinators know their Job and it is the best method which I require, Return to Centre The vaccination must be Inspected on the 4th and 8lh day %  0 please return to ihe Centre hese days. It is most advisable for all who go to one Cctiire Uj return to that same Centre. At period varying from 2-10 days reaction stppears in the arm hich is good for you. this gradually settles down. Very, very rarely does one feel III from it—possibly a little soreness or %  wnaas, sometimes a little headache or feeling out of sorts for a day or two. Nothing to prevent one except In the rarest of occasions from carrying out the dally work. But look at what you get in return — a protection from one of the most serious diseases known to mankind, and from whose threat iklnd In any pan of Ihe world has at present no real securitv except by vaccination Sale of lni. The Board of Health agreed to allow the division and sale in lots of land at Bay Held—Muluns. St Peter, by J It Alleyne. N I, Roach and C A Thornton The Board also allowed the division and sale of land in lots at Bush Hall by Mr. Rliene^er Alleyne nd 141,883 square feet of land at Shermans. St JVicr. by Justin Barrow. Large Advertising Signs Sk Months To Be Diseouragetl or labour ~ THK SECRETARY ..f ihe Chunbei ol Intcn i %  ptrat %  ,• i'iietlon I [Hi abom ih* country dttrtcu The A aiuii was lak. n i v ih.' Cuncil merce a, their meet,,-., „M..rM.,v %  I K "" !5* £T w' r R 'rhln^' Jude. of the A-UUnt Court committee -pi ALL EASILY DONE Thiv mallei ( .l and hoarding was brought up by air. Trevor Howrtna a: the l*i Quarterly General Meetmi. ol •\OUR GUESS Miss Diana Johnson, c/o Bni...... Council, was the winner of the Advocates "Your Guess" competition that closed yesterday. Hats was the ilrst entry that placed picture as the Merry-go tbt V. Chamber. He Rave as his then, that the %  signs and hoardings Hand ..s rapldb %  upon bj It was decided that th* Chai her should cali iig interested parties includi : member of the CIVIC Circle discuss the matter and if Beastb r arrive at some solution This was referred to the tv • BSJO, told the members that from the Minutes of the G Meeting he gathered Chamber was> to tr to get the big advertising hoardings abolished hy the mutual consent of the parties concerned. Mr. D. A. Lucle-Smith said that he wanted tu know if Barbados J5 any different fro-i other %  out set of thai .idvciti'-mt; UfOl Kg I i aaa vrhat wag itoh these signs He dlsappoved of unclean gullets in Hi broken down houses and but he definite!) did i>t see anv hoardings •polling t be.-uilv of the i,land %  ; %  %  Council llll of the : Man an* .i is o: c aaa mads wara the old 'bus slanti in Trafalgar Square and the Oardaa aasu IN Parochial llui'dings Mr. Leacock spoke v. his interview with t Commissioner as ref David Dough 11„ igalnst Mr. Talma's dad i of appeal old The-r 1 •' %  melime n t 1 I |f| was stand in t m Prota hm stand and ""infill 'ier wilh J basket protended tha* he was halpsnd bar while his Mght hand went into her p,n-kei %  % %  u i eoppar En Burk< ..w when Scenic Pride Mi round at the King George Memorial I'ark. In the number of over three hundred entries there were many correct ones in this competition Most people were able to identify the picture. A few however thai probably i used a little too much Imagination thought it was "Six Men's. St. Peter Quite a few thought it was the "Merry-go-Round at tha Princess Alice Playing Field." One that needed some llgur ing out was "A wood on horj.e carrier at Y.M.P.C. Grounds on Monday lust." Bui one entry that might have been written in light mood described the picture as '(Woodhorse) — Queen's Park ableak agriculture" Trevor Bowrl gife %  arauld !%  the i rival firms bagpn u trocl the big Bdvartlsli a son oowadays on opposite sides of ea< %  other Such larue rifM ilitl in his opinion, spoil the scent beamy „f n,, island Ha thouiu' it was a case where the Gov anunanl should in the intoresl of Ihe community as a whole and i>f the people who had 'On e iconic pride—step in and pat S stop to it. Mr LOfS B O Cfc said that as ii.rc.sult of ihe Town ami CotgOtl Planning Act in England, thes. Dg hoardings wcro bei: slowl> removed. Signs on shop. were not affected at all. but thi big honrdings atonv; t BOUntl side. Mr A R F Ring what |.s lliouglil was .. ong connection *ilh the matter the. issing nri iht montl of tin Word "hiMi'ding". The number of boardings in the Island were vOO few If Mi Bowling wai iworrlng to aigi^ . gestion which first came fi-m pani Rag datioi .. o it sistant's breakfast boui In BndLgo-l town. He said that Ina I •loner had SOW quile wfllSBg t.> |., In the Press and he h.td done no Ha had mentlonel. however that It was quite clear 10 Bin I words in the Regulation time of .onimencin: duty" COUld only mean from the rime Vrhen an assistant ropOftOd (Or duly llie;ikl.i-i Hour had bOStl expressed at ... over the Keculatien thai an asmore than i of commencing duly. it asf ;m hour foi %  lied Socnj thought f'"t tha larm i cing duly" nughi ntal| gtvlng i Lints two hours In a dav if the breakfast hOUfl I gered. A lattar from the Acting Financial Secretary was read to the inegnbers of tha council %  i Informing them that as regard: the Inquiry of the Chamber nboul the doap water harlKnu ier was at prosonl localvlng the atMntioii of Iha Oooornor-ln Uvt Cnruir.ittee Another letter from the onVOR who hod been acting for the Colonial Seeretnry l>ef. > %  rival to the colony, refei n public holiday that had been ulvee irrlval < %  ( the Wi %  || k.'. in roply to the 11 it this holldaj si thai under etnsnarj i Iroi .. %  ., t and full wstffht In ti libarat* i tiva Comn . i % %  .i .1 to tno %  holt time II thObr -ilS|Ka1. to -. %  p irUa %  __ S Just arrived A shipment of MEDICI %  ST!, the pocket hll from he •Ah InV I pi*usecuUc able to I On Id olo af) be dropped arciiraiefu on IO a relofie |y .infill barilr/ielfi target? Ves. ttat .in atom bomber has to fly at 30.000ft. to escape the blast of Its own bomb And bombs dropped from this heigtr wide of the mark • I I take a:\i protective action aoalifr aromie bo-' ions, these instructions are a; foitrenches" would give eonslderabli l OW8: "— iprotecl last, flash-bum. 1. It Is absolulelv essential that 'and atomic radiation. anyone who has direct con' —4* H %  Nawkljm %  nd i BJ rtnga Nylon,, Alav Factoi f.iit its Bcrng oi n.Hikiev. Pictorial Bcamj trlth Maf ..f it; los sliowiin; Jo4.il seeiies .mil .I.IIXMMS Christmas SMOKERS' GIRS for Smokers IN !0. Hi... ir. PKLStNTA'l ION BOXES • 4 M I Ml 1 Hi I i-i I ol, f.OLII I I \k I OBATBt'A' III MAURICE M* STATE EXPRESS 555 ISOi A BOX OF CIGAB9 i^ \ M( I PBBSI M IOK THK BUSINESS MAN TBOPICAI4M Hhl IIMXI H H.OR III M \< II \lm -wiv I.ONDRKS M' ..... Wl | T C PANETEJLAH 5Ts „ 'iEMS M \nK M'I'PKKS so-i M.ANNIKINS X M0.lt i'S IIRltm SIIIHMJS. I l %  :o ^S^'^W -llllll % %  .... I -,.I... __ Uil,.". li.,iih' T^l., %  "Mam |a") THE WIDEST VARIETY IN TOWN! Pj/jsunaa, BOCIDS, Tie-.. Ponntnlnl Peng, Gillette Rgaor Sets, Chilcbwi AnUi.i. Tor* iianki.-. Hanjaap K PnNfca unri Play Suit... Paattn, £ Bwaalara, It.,.( %  i suit.. < ,ips unil Hail H -t HARRISON'S BROAD STREET DIAL 2664 MM u s WMg mw?4ftft g l BM g g tHftg<}^\gtgigiiia



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HAIMADM ADVOCA1 THURSDAY. DKtKMBKR 14. 19S6 71 rO<> BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MO USE EX.T.-UT1 WALT DISNEY NDIE BY "/•'. a 1 *& CHIC YOUNG ,3i~ M) OLS . i-ACV tt.li Gt-OPO'rI-OHlCtvf '1 1 HI iTf-MAKM ^ %  & e*Vu/ App-&ty — THE LONE RANGER PRANK STRIKER %  iM it-TO WE S'LVTR iuut rs ron THE LOW RANGER ^ DtLNER THE M TO A SHAC K IN T WOODS rn*T5 wflr THE^^S HE WHLGCTAI UK RANGE!? WILL] BLUET BUT NOT BE HAi TIN EH I^A AS EXPECTS tfPPECK* f WD TOO FIND SOMEONE TCMVl I TO MAKE SILVER BULLETS TOR J I US.TONTO? UGH. %  JEWllE PECK MM UM V v w £k BRINGING UP FATHER V'&Wi WELLSfCIFTHEVWUKE I \Qt€S LEFT BY THE G*J*i OF TERRORISTS/ I ..• yj*; BY GEORGE MC. MANUS . I C.WMSD Iffifit -^ 1 AW CASJ4GS" ) I • • PEEK FREAN tlllllll AVS BEST IIIM I IIS| OBTAINABLE AT AM. LEADING STORES TRY THESE FAMOUS PARTY AIDS CHEESELETS MARTINI CRACKERS PLAY BOX TWIGLETS Etc. Etc. DELICIOUS & APPETISING w %  >*--***>v-'V>o*-.-**?*>* o s %  \*WS Our CHEF has a certain viih food that rnaka item rm the Menu '* %  •-allv fpeciiU. Enjoy our I § | ilato—thrilUni dl I THE GREEN DRAGON £ FOR BETTLR ME\L9 X 1; BETTER SERVICE X S For Reservation Dial 3894 9 ->T* ,^whf H tril/r these syrups and Marmalades RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMOND r-Ot> 'N M V I *s vs -o %\e ALL WE S-* SOI TMOUSHT TO WSEvC rani* •OTK. -~9CflA...TVBE i SCVE5XTV AT IS3N69AO utS_f I I ft HAT DO >OJ THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES hWT0fBS "XiudkouST RILE UP THIS ) WAIT1M60NT* )OLF C5SCOWU18E J COCK.MAYBE *-^£00t> AK? NASTV* Wt'OBETTtBTdKE) THE POUGMOuTAC IHECAExtracts & Condiments Bovrll f 1.60 .90 f .GO Bonox IBeel Extract! .70 .40 Marmll. .9?: .60 .32 Ground Ginger .69 Oxo Cub.. .22 Caimans Mustard .57 Madra Curry 76 Histo .33 Custards and Desserts Bird* Custard Powder S .38 Birds Blanc Mange ow*e Chlvers Custard Powde: CUven T. lellies Chlvers lelly—Creams Hartleys lelly Crystals Monk & Glass T. Miles Blaec Mange Powder ••• %  SOUTH AFRICAN MARMALADE i-Ib Hns S .46 LETONA MARMALADE tin .48 GOLDEN SHRED MARMALADE, bottle .47 SILVER SHRED MARMALADE, bottle .47 HARTLEY'S MARMALADE, bottle 38 LYLFS GOLDEN SYRUP. Hns 23c 4 .42 AUSTRALIAN HONEY, bottles Sic & $1.06 BRECHIN CASTLE GOLDEN SYRUP, bottles 69 .S3 .90 .22 Liqueurs, Wines Etc Cointreau SS.00 S3.2S Bols: Cherry Brandy 4.00 Bols: Apricot Brandy 4.00 Rols: Dry Orange Curacao 4.00 Bols: Creme de Cacao 4.00 Beau lolals (19431 ... 4.00 Chambertin (19431 4.00 Moscatel 2.69 Juices and Squashes Silver Leal Pineapple Juice $ .39 Letona Tomato lulce .33 Brook's Tomato Juice .38 Trinidad Orango Juice .33 .. Grape Fruit Juice .23 Cox Apple Juice .50 Orange Barley Water 1.28 Lemon Barley Water 1.26 Pickles and Sauces Morion's Mixed Pickles S.53 Morton's Piccalilli .53 Morion's Chow Chow .53 Morton's Gherkins .76 Helm Mayonnaise .48 Heini Salad Cream .46 Lea 4 Perrin Wor. Sauce 77 .47 Anchovy Sauce .45 Household Requisites Lifeguard (Germlcldal) 9 .72 -42 Dettol S1.36 .52 Phillips Magnesia .90 .46 Enoe Fruit Salts SI.00 .59 Andrews Liver Salts .67 Liquid Mansion Polish .94 Min Cream .40 .20 Windoltne .31 MEAT DEPARTMENT NUM.. ilSTRAI.IAN iiill IN STEAK. ROAST. STEW. HUB. LAMB MIIIIIIHI.V (HOI'S. LEGS. BACON. Sliced (Sliced) APPLES in lb. TIP* mm.



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THl'RSDAY. [ill I Mill It 14. 1J50 BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'U'.I SEVEN" CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHONE 2501 mi ii BBetaWM 11 i. i AM I mml Mar.** %  i MOHCNCt BROWNE . in IOBUE Yclerday .1 he, ie.,.1,... Beck In Hill Bcckl*. Road. MAI • '•Mist i .,, i,,,, „, late reaM o co a* *S> -. afternoon for M. Paul Cr,.ncn IV.Rtrces ana lltfnF* la Ihe WeeBfcsif? PiM n osi w Eiire-. ft*,-.. Guibount* rord*. John %  • Si. Her. Mane flMnder *"• %  BENT HOUSES ll III M SHI'S AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER ii v 1IN MEMORIAM p> ri*d mi. in* on the lh A tier eight VMM vou are not fr*1'MM* dear A.HI li.ded IBM i-m -ill be M l i MM MKI mriri.in UM de.il *' *H always nmmbtt Thee • to be rtfinb !" i I, Ui .,ia Mrr w .rgr D. EasUnond .1'i.rer.U. Mr* Merlr llarrla ...d oigrM .sisi*r><. Clrdc. Ralph and Trevor ibrolriersi ATTHAtTlVE mWDWD PVAT '.-dug IN al Hastings, suitable lor steer, or araatf Qood V*rai>d*h Ufe b.lhin, T.lph.i* IMA t 1150 II r orrar in M. QRJXGO* street rrrir. 1st January IHI Anlv %  JAMB A LYNCH Co Ud ID ; ,.,, J daughter I %  OW wti %  "•' beyond on Sad and sudden .the i Of thai dear on* kited bv f HH-TUW no wordi <>l th* lut One r loved a [ our dear b*>>< i owMA'^r. I ceiled lo he Dwtmbtr I Ma %  n, Swi'l Mara do aJM HI r*>r today has brought before ua sad memories or (our yaan agjo EV*r lo be remembered b\ Bamsirl lirafetle i latherMario,, Thosrlpaon i. .the.G*en nlw Derus anal Barclas 'broth*.,.. •Polly bunu. Wallar. Yvowne and N oel iCouMnn Tieaaurad m*mora of Mra nXK£. PA Al'GUXTt'H (OBIIAM who a called to higher .ervlee ... DeeerribM 14th IMP I'.ipps and Bulling always canieni Lover and mpeclrd where nf. riod -aw tn road > %  %  The hill, -.re Raid lo cl lie gently ard her •!( And whispered peace be br remember ril -vcd family Donald ihuil iMtii Edward and Crors. .he by HOT b.IN luiina; memory of our bektvcil lather OJaOKT DeCOUHCEY AR• departed Ihia life on DecentMi I*. 1M* When we imnorr part H give* i"> itiWenl pain. I .re ,1111 join.d in he.it AMI hope lo meet f*in THE ARTIIUH FAMIt V din) l>ei-*rnI'llllll NOTICES OFFICIAL NOTICE BAK1IADOS M TH* ASSISTANT COWHT OF AI't-l-AI 'Eajultable Jur-.adirtioiiVAIJWMAK LAVOSOTON MCIWN 1W pununrt ol an Ordac I In lb* above action made I day ol October ISM. I |lv having : Archera !-. %  •ny lie aflAtm* All that mt.-i> eel of land allu the aald pArlah .. land aloreaaid coniaJnlne b,admeasure nient laenty patche, b> the aajnv. mo* or laai bultlnc and bounding on landi new or lata of on* Archer, on land, n.w or latf of one Ford* and on Archer. Lane aforeioid or however ekae to* %  ame may butl and bound To ecina. before m* an occounl of thr BOM cUlma with their wltneaaea. asnMMili and vourhvn. to be eaaminad by me on any Tuesday, or Friday between tno houra of II inoorn and 3 o'clock in th. afternoon, at the Ofnc* of the Clerk o( tnA — laiant Court of Appeal -t IB 1 Court llouae. Italdfetown. hofor* the th day of December IBM, wr order thai auch clalmi ma> be ranked according to the natur* and rw>m thereof reapertlvely: olhe peraoni will be precluded benefit of Ih* aald Decree, and be d*prtred of all claim on or eaainM IM aald proMTty. tlaimanta are al nollfled thai tb*> >1 attend the aald Court on WednetCi. Ihe SBIh day of December lf*0. I* o'clock %  m when their uid claim, will be ranked Given under my hand thi* ]||h da) ol October IBM I V. I.IIKI' Ad Clerk ol ihe AiMatant Court M • ia* IUCO Appeal II 10 JO ; deer molhri %  hlldr. i ItSO-III IN lovlnaii......... ..! f. in .In LJONEL SKSXTw who wai ...lied H t.irher aer\m on December Itlh iwa M.-pl>.t ana .nouni alway..intent. I. vrd arid retpecUd wherever h 1 i,. .,.:,(.,, Ufa %  %  f noble end. He died a. he lived everv body fnend bi rememb'Ied bv Doreen Kurie Moore : C.l. Brtamel For fur' i 14 11 M> ii.. r"URNlTUKK FURNITURE Larfe variety ol CockUil tables in Mahofanv. Cedar Birch, alar. Mjhiat.in; Dlnlna T-l P.nner W.HOIK and Dinner Chair Ci.i.d choice of hid' bond-. 1-irdcri and I'editenda, At Ralph Beard'a Show n..rdood Alley. lOppoalte Cathedra.1 Open daily t am. to pm OFFICIAL SALE OARBADOA IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPKAt. (Equitable Jurisdiction > VAI-TIEUAK LAVLNUTON MfCI^AN. Plain tin AMEY AMXL1A ST CT-AIR fUaWMJ NOTICE I* hereby Rivet, that br virtue of an Order of the Aaatatanl Court ol Anneal dated ihe 11th. day of October !*• there) wlD be aat up for aale "lhd*S Mdder al the Office ol -t Bridretoa loom and S Friday. _. Ihe Cmirl H. oota-aaea th* Mau. of II ( % %  ••loaal la taM aJUmoon on %  SM day *f DM a m ber I MO All thai certain piece or parcel n land alluat* al Archers Lane In lh< an id pariah of Saint Peter and lsl*iio aforesaid contaJnln( by admeasurement IWeSkV perchea be the aan.c more oi or late of one Archer on land, now p> I.-uol one Forde on other lands now les> bulling und boundins; on land! nw or late of one Ford* and on Archari l*n* aloreaaid or however elae Ihe asm* may bull and bound. And If not 'ban •old th* Mid property will bo act ui for .air on every succeeding Friday be tween lb* same hours until lh asm. U sold for a sum not leva than £41 13 Dated this llth dav of October IMO I V. OIULbM. Ag Clerk of Ihe Assistant Court o( Appeal 11.10 f* FORM I llif Land Acquisition Art. IM %  o*n I >ill aetl on FrtdaI ee iie.i hi Fnet F-: COTTLE CATFORD A Co 11 It SOim i'i:nso\ vi The public are hereby warn giving credit to my wile. FORDE ei„i< Black Rock. 81 Whs. II 11 50i UM MI: I.ICENSF NOTICE II i, %  rr>s HRADAMAW hSN granted to her i. reepect ol hserd and ahing>e shop eltecheel lo re>i d.nc* a| Black Roc! SI Michael l %  .•mseaion h. ,, e wtil LSaua* Laranar .1 bottom floor of %  board and shlisp V K. ..oing al Eagle Hall. SI. Msr ha ol. Deled IhU 'Jth da> ol December ISM TV E A UcLSKlD Saq Police MarelraU. Diet s Sgd E WALXBR for Applicant' N M r .. application mill be con*. >: Hertf..rd^.lr, Manufacture! 1 Rogli and girl ieea address Is Elatr England. trading has applied for a trsde mark in Part ler In connection with tilled to reglru month from the ItSO unless son llth dsy of December person shall In thr notice tn duplit l trade mark 11 WII.IIAV of Trad* Marks •11130 TAKE NOTICE COKE %  oralion of the Slate led Slate* nf America address it York, New York, U 8.J anufacturrrs. has sp Irs I Ion of %  trad* of Register in conns i.illc beversges. syrupi prrparslloni or business Avenue. New trading as I for tha ratji In part "A" with nor .... concentrates Ihe making of such beverages, and wll be entitled lo register the same af from Ihe '7th day of Dece lies some per on .hall In gtv* notice in duplicate t ms at my oAVe of opposition of sue registration The trad* mark cat seen on Application St my office Datrd Ihls llth day of December H WILLIAMS Registrar of Trad* Marks MUM JI ; %  ;;; NOTICE is hereby s i the iIh." ^ %  rcutivi CHAIHS Sit.rdv Chairs well Rnlshed IP Walnut, or Mahogany. Suitable for Office and Mom* Only M.40 each. a W. HUTCHTNSON A CO.. LTD. Dial 4EB. IltSo— tin. I1>W1-S F.wli Also Fow i. M ..ble iic. POULTRY and other Run. Andrewa. Ut.i IA 13.00—In LIVESTOCK HORSES — Suitable for Xatal* Work. ApPlv Wahefleld pl>nt.ilio Telephone ^I3 t 11 90-On MISCELLANEOUS AUVUIATF H PltTOhlAI SOIVEM* 1 W I 1M0 Record Tour lo England IfdO 'nreword b,' His Honour Sir Allan V.Uvmore At Icwdntg bookahop. II o* Ihe land, detrrlbad _. Schedule hereto and situate al Eagle Hall In th* parish of Saint Mirhnci |B ih* l.land ol Barbados are likely lo be r.ertcd for purposes which In the oplnK. i of the Cov*rnor-ln-Ea*cutlve Comn lllee are public purposes. nam*l> for ditrict market. THE SCHEDULE .M.I THAT certain parcel of land .part of Ihe lan^nlry lapda of a place clled BOSVIOOi containing bv e.limn. lion U Bin .quare feet Bounding on other land, ol the same lensnlry on a private roadway fifteen feel wide on Eagle Hall Road and Bank Hall Cro Road •aid lo be in ihe ownership of Honour able MiMuriel Hsnschell Dated tin. ith dav of December IBM al Ihe Public Buildings In Ih* City of Bridgetown In Ihe I land of Barbados B> Command. H N TURNED l Beers 'g 11 J" "A.vn: HAHhVllOS ANN I AsRSVIAW rhe popular magailne for frienda over... BUY yours to-da> 1 .1 "vor.le %  Ullonery. Roberts suiior-rry. W*ain*r%  rads and CownopoMUn Drug ^> !" BLOUSEB. SHORTS. work or play. UN U Ilresa Shopp* FLOWERS A FEATHERS For Hat. ar.d Dr*. The pielt.e.1 ever i.hown See them at The Modern Dre.. Shoppe II I i |g ODTT fSBTfl— Attractlv* Gift SeU of TM Spoon-. Porlry Forks. Fruit Itpoons. Cocktail Bats and many others Prices loa. WM t O W HUTCHTNSON co LTD DUI M UtIMIh HANDKERCHIEFS FOB LU>tU OR cillLDKEW I" raclive^ tl'-d parrels of a dosen Only .* The Modeni Draa Shop p* ii..ggo-*i. HAMS Australls 71 cents per lb >",?* canu per lb. Raisin40 cent. per lb CurranU M centper lb C Herbert. M Tudor St. Clly ^ ,|.ag__an JUNIOR OVOWWI Am.l> In wrllIng with cop lea of references i< Manager. l.ower Eatat* Factory. B ll.aO-on for OfTIci WrlU P. O BUM r. IADV Esperiei,ced Lady work References required Bos 2.11 Bridgetown MISCELLANEOUS tppiy Advoeata Buying oept Picture of Barque i.reened lor repair. • y*ar* ago Phont Office, or 1MB Hnlili ST JAATEK I Barbado. ov* Carrpiglon .M: TAKE NOTICE SCHLITZ hat Joa Schllli Brewing Compart', a mration orsranUed and evlellng under law. of the State nf Wleromln United %  a of America, show Irade or busl> addresIs E Galena Street. Oty of Milwpuk**, Slate of Wisconsin. US A applied for Ih* regllratlon of a le mark In Part "A" of RegUtrr In nection wllh beverages .alcoholic ana medicated i Includliul beer, and will entitled to reglatar Ih* same after .nth from Ihe llth day of Derem lie. IMO. inle. ntlme give nollcs ny ornce of opptwltum i r'gintr.tion The Ued* mark i %  en on application at my office Dated this 11 day of December IBOn H. Wnj.lAMS Kegl 3n ANNUAL DANCE AT PLEASANT HALL HOI SE. St PtHrr. I Kindly k-ni by Mr. Ceorgw Gill) On Satarday, 161h Ufrfmbt-r. IfM Muvlr by Prrrj Grpeei'g On In -tn AdmlMlon by Invitation i ,-. i |1 M MAKE THANI BROS. Your Shopping linn. LADIES'! His Excellency the Governor h*u been K • f State for the Colonies that he has been |>lraned lo approve of Ihe following; appointments:— Mr D A WILES to be Assistant Colonial Set III.IT v ith effect from the 5th October. 19">0 Mr A. A HINDS to be Asii*1ant Sesjretarv, CotattUtl s. *3fnt-e with etlect from tho lt September. I50 Mi F L COZIER to be Auialani Secretary. Colonial S. % %  OrBee with eh>ct from Ih. Ivi s.i.ton.1-i. IVM) SHIPPING NOTICES DUNLOP FORT CAR TYRES MOKTRBAL ti status EmALARTg. fjajgw -MANE IIN* M S -TONOARIRO" l. cheduled p| ul Adelaide January 4lh vn. w %  nuarp llth Brisbane Januasy rth. 'dney February Tlh Arriving at Til•dad ftr half March, IMl Baibado. ltd March. :MI This ve-sel has an.pl* spare for Hard i'li" and General Cargo Cargo accepted on through Billol ddmg wllh tranatiipment *l Tim Mast ui British Guiana. Watlisglll Wlndiard and leeward I.land Fr further partKuUra appl) — I llOOSh WTTHY A COMPANY LIMITED Trinidad. BW I A DA COSTA A Co Ltd, Baibado.. Aganta *. ^ Tho MV Tsiihbee -a ill accept Cargo iiul Paiaeiiger. (or .. .„,„... %  %. NpPta and M Kilt tailtn* rrlday 14th RWI MHOIINg* OBMBt.sin 1 tTION lit. Per O ClirrSMAN II Tele 404T W Mcoa, SisamAhip Co. NW Tomt sravick i UI December %  rnegg Barbados llth Deoember. riv*. Barbados Mt January. NEW %  BBHAM "IBVH'g %  .. %  ?l-* "* d n^.Kovsmbff arrive* Baibadoa Tlh December Barbado* tlU December KM TIBOINB 'Alcoa Polar.-. Alcna Ptlgniri Alcoa Pennan CANADIAN 1BBIVUT SOBIBBULND ROBERT THOM LTD.—How Tork and Uulf Barrtc* Apply DAOOBTA CO. LTD Canadian torrlco WORLD'S MOST COPIED TRACTOR ,..yt th* ONLY on* rhor gi'vi you All the rovofuffOnory FERGUSON SYSTEM hatu.it TAKE NOTICE CONDOR T.t NV POPES in ,\ AH I:. : I KNKAIIHIEKEN. a company orgr and esl.llng under th Kingdom of Ih* Nelherl.nd.. wh> or bu.mea. addreM Is Kvllenstrssl 14. Venlo *Th* Netherlands!, has applied for lh registration of a Irade mark In Part "A" of Reglatar In connection with electric lamp', particularly electric in. c. rule are nt lamps. flash-light lamps olacharg* lamps flume LADIIS' Embn.idereJ Aitglalso j" iH-autif.il degi> *"d colour. >"^."£/,"_ g.ft BUTB, fi1^@ lAWffl NRW PLASTIC BVMJ Gold BellsTh*y ar* very Pf*l l > ^ J r2S S tl. Th* Modern Dre^ %  .-.1Ll'IKY DIPS Dips thai ,re re.llv uch llems ..tile, for Fee Sale—Cont'd STID. fiATK Two il Top Hung ('..llapslble Steel Gales -ultable for doorsr.rt n. wide %  g ft B Ins high Apply D M SUnpeon A Co Marhlll SI 10I1M 'n Tr-A SETS-A most useful and attrac tiv* Gift. IB ptoro Tea art* in sever.. uealgna and drcorallont Pun. % %  low ..MBS set G W HUTCHINSON A CO I ID Dial '.'.; IIIS-I f n ns oar NEW HATB * 1 ?* K r inly be found at Ih* Modern UM to M W Th* Modern Dr.. OKI WINTER COAT Phoi Vl-tSTIC SHOWER CAPS BabIMPsnU" J* <£ .. M eta The Mod.— Crib Sheets !>.. BeMglfM 11 1IP n PICTORIAL WUVINIBM "r*.""," die. IMA Record Tour lo England 10*0 Foreword by His Honour Sir All-. CollymorAl leading book.;fij< !" RIBBONS A large selection In vet and art .UK The Modern D. gnoppe W.11SSTOWELS A FACt CLOTHS n ak* fin* ChrUUna* Gini ant nably priced Th* Modem Dress Sho) UI1.SOVAlJfkES %  For Chlldrtn I Handbag., or needlework or I Miners In Blue. Hed or Bro 1-eeordtng to sU* 1/M 4/S i *rn Drees Shoppe electric arc-lamp*, and carbon. lamp', illuminationand Cnrlitma. tree ilKimlnatlon nutfUa. electrolier., filling. bulb*. reSecton. searchlight, light .had**. auxiliary apparatus exclusively destined for u. in the electric lighting field *uch a. choke-coils, conden rr islances. Ignition rwltchas. safety fi.ws and automatic Inalallalb.na fo •afe-guanslnf. and will be entitled -center Ihe urns after one Ihe llth day of December •or,., penon shall In IB* mea time give Totice in duplicate lo me at my office of oppoiilion ol such regi.tratm st my office D.ted this llth d>. of December. IBM H WII.IJAM* Regl-lr-r ..I T.-ds Mux. iRUau TAKE NOTICE COCA-COLA *That Th* Otca-Cola-Con no rat lor. of th* Stale ol Delaw States of America, who e Irai ness address Is BIS. Madl-o New York. New York. USA UadUsI > Manufacturer*, has applied for ihe rea. tralion of a trade mark In Part 'A < Register In connection with i beverages, syrup* and com. other preparation, for th* makaig of %  beverages, and will be entitled I d" of December person shall In the I in duplicate to me at my office opposition of Ouch rogldratlon The tra mark can be Men on application %  r, Dated thl. llth day of December, 'too I H. W11JJAMS Regl.trar of Trade Marks M 11*0 In I IMWDING ESTATES & TRADING CO.. LTD. (ICKSTEIN BROS.) WRAI' DP TBOII OOTfl WITH GIFT WRAPPING PAPER FROM the fl.VIHW. I UlUnill M (CENTHAL FtH'NDHY LTD — FKOPRlETORSl Corner of Broad *\ Tudor streets I WARS. CHiARKTTES. CKIARETTK NERY—Aosoru-d Hindi tram 110 I.Li AS LTtt. "XMAS NOVELTIES* By "DELAVELLE' *f Hand Street, tug I and The Funi. YBJ/1W POI.ISHERS A I ful Item for only II renti e. Modem Dre a Shopp*. i 11 :.. •TOYS XMAS CRACKERS left ever from the Annual Baiaar ar* In Meiers C. S Pitcher A Co'i show window Plea e buy on* arUcI* and help tl* Old LadMB' Hosn*." HUMSn TOYS Dolls. Rattle*. Otinv Shaotins; Cap* snd many other Toys You %  .III And as* attrac" 1.IQUUE LICENSE NOTICE The application of ARTHUR L WBLCH I .1 Rolle Gully. St Mkher! I t.. erll SplMI Malt Llqoura Ac it | board and Uilngle IBM Ci.llv SI Mlcha*! Dated IhU llth day of Dercn.ber 1140 To - A. McLXOD. Ess,.. Police hbsgietrat*. Diet "A" ARTHL'R L WELCH AppHcan H B TI.I .ipt.iii i*a> be held I Bl Police Court Diet A Ihe Und day of December IMO st i clock, am. E A McLEOD Police M 14 II %  Motor vehicle owners wlghing lo take this oppori tunily to sell their can are eked to present them at the above addresi before 10 a.m the day of the sale or phone 2741 for driver. All vehielea must, be In runninjr. order, unless otherwise arranged previous to the auction. Vehicles will be sold to ths highest bidder unless a reserve price has been arranged. Selling time 1—4 pm Sales strictly Cash. 12.12.50.—4 SHOULD THE HEAVY RAINS CONTINUE DURING THE CROP SEASON. ARE YOUR TRUCKS EQUIPPED WITH NON-SKID CHAINS TO TACKLE THE JOB' WE ARE NOW BOOKING ORDERS FOR Parsons Non-skid Chains PLEASE INFORM US OF YOUR REQUIREMENTS EARLY Write us or Dial 4269. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS EAT STREET III DIAL 4-' BLIi: ORCHIS l Mil l Ml in Viking Ships 1'laatlc i .in' ir Park m Heart Novelty .. Vaae Nbased Vlala. IIEWAVKLLE'M : By CANDLELIGHT PERFUME in vase shapetl vials "( HESTA PACK" Nvvrlty ranUiiu I BLUE OKCHIIl PEHM'ME BY I'ANIILELK.HT II.." onakr Meal < hrUlmaa (.Ifla l 'ir your \tnaa ghopplng deal ai— BOOKERS (B-Dos) DRUG STORES LTD. Broad Strert and ALPHA PHARMAUV. HaaUnia j I %  llfi-t-'s /•.< go Mnlrv that fmitl $ I'rohlfin to i/"ll #'>'•./ • Trinidad or It.*.. — You can nurrhum' — FOCARTY'S GEFT TOKEN CARDS at $1.00 $2.00 & $5.00 each They can be exchanged for Goods at any of our Stores in Trinidad or B.G. They have a Greeting Section and may be sent through the Post 1 as a Xmas Gift. IniiV uourwlf of I litI mililii~ '. %  atfordvd hu purehaxinu FOGARTYS j GIFT TOKEN CARDS



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Ihursrfa* llrrcaibrr 14 SarbaJms Inuocate NO MORE MARSHALL AID FOR U.K. 60,000 U.N. Troops Evacuate Korea roil niiiu. IIIIIM>I\S I" 1 TOKYO, Dc 13 IE OREAT ARMADA of United Nations ships off the north east port of Hungnam to day. was embarking 60,000 Americans and South Koreans for evacuation "This is not a Dunkirk," it was (aid here There is almost no pressure on the shortening de fence perimeter around Hungnam, into which trapped American marines, infantry and British Commandos fought their way three days ago American. British and South Korean troops who had pushed deeper into North Korea than any others went aboard grey transports from liuhters covered by the guns of cruisers and destroyers. There was no official news of Th United Stales Tenth Co.,.. continued active patrolling and improving their positions in their respective zone, of operation yesterday with only IHetit enemy eon. lact reported In the area north wrst of Hamhung. Hamhung Is the twin town to the port of Hunan HTA r. %  • t Two nundr *d thousand Chinas* closing on Ihe penmrlei wen..... .. *I-.r,L ,~ .£ t Parently in no hurry to follow up ,".; "l; the Chc-ir, reserve,, I hej M,fTcreri far more hcavil. e,cpi for four building., inelud ,ha LnltM Nation, troops llghtm | Amboina Wiped Out "BRITAIN BACK ON HER FEET 9? DJAKA Amt blind ,, %  •(,(s ,„ Dutch 1 w.,,*t out tn TW-:\ f :vi ,. BU shlldn lo girl. spend OtatMW HI BiiRlitiid Tlu-y will i f ll net n l liomr %  *! Tittord. Snrrs*. 0 I'I boys. %  )] undr. .1 tlia Inuiu-tloi.* yttar* of *% %  'lp for Childr. Ing a mosque and power "tat il was disclosed todnv hv ..i Australian aAclad, Ha m 00 Amboina whei tided there Guerilla llRht.ntf Mill went on ho said. The Island'* capital fell lai %  ninth after Indonesia's five-, „ week military operation against [ Chinese their May tic. On the west front where United NatlonH main forces hold new trfenre lines covering Seoul, the South Korean capita), HuarlUs skirmishes were reported a few miles north of the 38th parallel No organise*! oodles either of elf-proclaimed "South i republic "—Reuter North Koreans have eported re-invadin Russia Controis All Oil Mines In East Turkestan CAIRO. Dec 13 The former Governor of Smkiang Province under Chinese Nationalists, said hen today that taken aanu-ol ol I'raiuum mi and other mineral Eastern Turkestan which II pan of Niukiang. lie t--iii reporten that since the Ch i n —a Communists entered Eastern Turkestan last year, 100.000 .1.i
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Ihursrfa*
llrrcaibrr 14
SarbaJms
Inuocate
NO MORE MARSHALL AID FOR U.K.
60,000 U.N. Troops
Evacuate Korea
roil niiiu. iiiiim>i\s
I"1"
TOKYO, Dc 13
IE OREAT ARMADA of United Nations ships
off the north east port of Hungnam to day.
was embarking 60,000 Americans and South
Koreans for evacuation
"This is not a Dunkirk," it was (aid here
There is almost no pressure on the shortening de
fence perimeter around Hungnam, into which
trapped American marines, infantry and British
Commandos fought their way three days ago
American. British and South Korean troops who had
pushed deeper into North Korea than any others went
aboard grey transports from liuhters covered by the guns
of cruisers and destroyers. There was no official news of
Th United Stales Tenth Co.,..
' continued active patrolling and
improving their positions in their
. respective zone, of operation yes-
terday with only IHetit enemy eon.
lact reported In the area north wrst
. of Hamhung. Hamhung Is the twin
town to the port of Hunan
HTA r. t Two nundr*d thousand Chinas*
closing on Ihe penmrlei wen- .....
.. *I-.r,L ,~ . t Parently in no hurry to follow up
' ,".; "l; the Chc-ir, reserve,, I......
hej M,fTcreri far more hcavil.
e,cpi for four building., inelud ,ha" LnltM Nation, troops llghtm |
Amboina
Wiped Out
"BRITAIN BACK
ON HER FEET
9?
DJAKA
Amt
blind ,, (,(- s ,
Dutch 1
w.,,*t out tn
tw-:\ f :vi ,. bu shlldn lo girl.
spend OtatMW hi BiiRlitiid Tlu-y will i
fllnetnl liomr *! Tittord. Snrrs*.
0 I'i boys. )] undr.
.1 tlia Inuiu-tloi.*
yttar* of *%
'lp for Childr.
' ......
Ing a mosque and power "tat
il was disclosed todnv hv ..i
Australian aAclad,
Ha m 00 Amboina whei
tided there
Guerilla llRht.ntf Mill went on
ho said.
The Island'* capital fell lai
ninth after Indonesia's five-,
week military operation against [ Chinese
their May tic.
On the west front where United
NatlonH main forces hold new
trfenre lines covering Seoul, the
South Korean capita), HuarlUs
skirmishes were reported a few
miles north of the 38th parallel
No organise*! oodles either of
elf-proclaimed "South
i republic "Reuter
North Koreans have
eported re-invadin
Russia Controis
All Oil Mines In
East Turkestan
CAIRO. Dec 13
The former Governor of Sm-
kiang Province under Chinese
Nationalists, said hen today that
taken aanu-ol ol
I'raiuum mi and other mineral
Eastern Turkestan
which II pan of Niukiang.
lie t--iii reporten that since the
China Communists entered East-
ern Turkestan last year, 100.000
.1.i i.uOO detained.
labour had bean im-
Ihe population, he added,
b worft Ml .unU'ld-.. loads and
railways
i -Governor.
i tarn clothes.
1 enlighten
i-eoples .dxwt what is
hnppming' fl Eastern Turkestan.
He had lliiartt "let PiTmier
LUha and other Arab and
','
He lefl Turkastan "-hen the
kliats lurTaiidarad
In 1940.
i ontact aith F,j.t-
arn Turkestan bj undergrotind
n-o\'ement. he said.Reuter.
Police Nn;hh Drug
Smuggling King
COMO. Northern Italy. D*. 13
announced to-day that
they had broken a widespread
drug Mnuia.iini! rink. aneaUng lti
men and a woman and seizing allO
grammes of cocaine in towns In
Northern Italy.
tad a large
amount of morphine and heroin
found yesterday hidden in the lug-
gage of a bus near Genoa.
Iteuler.
boon
South Kor
U.N planes attacked Cominu-
(USt concentrations and mpply
dumps throughout to-day
United Nations armies manned
the defence arc covering Seoul
to-day while the world waited *o
see whether North Koreans ,.nd
Chinese columns would heed tl-e
irpe.d to haS itt the 38th parallel.
The air force mounted about 40"
sorties over Korea yesterday in-
flicting more than 1,100 casualties
on Communist troops a commu-
nique announced to-day.
Early to-day, planes resumed
their activity, dropping thousands
of leaflets printed in Chinese
Chinese were known to be
massing divisions in concentration
around Koksai. SO mile* north ol
the 38th parallel. They were
building up supplies by camel
ni.d horse train and moving a*.
night to avoid air attack
Their intentions are the riddle
which the next few days should
solve
Air attackers yesterd;.%- had
one combat with Russian M.I G-
15 jet planes. Four Uniteii States
Shooting Star jet-lighters dam
aged one of eight Russian ,eis just
south of the mouth of the YaUl
river. General MacArthur's head-
quarters announced.
An engagement over Sinuiju
was fought late yesterday. 1
.ruled When the M.I.G -15s Hew
bark across the Manehurian fron-
tier. American planes were
undamaged.
Carrier based American navy
8nd marine pilots continued I I
attack enemy posts yesterday
About half of these f.lancs re-
U mt-i\ to their bases with tneir
bomb' and rockets undelivered
due to poor visibility.
A battalion of Princess Patti-
.ia's Canadian light infantry, part
of the Canadian brigade for
Korea, was due at Yokohama
night. The Canadian Govefti-
ment yesterday announced it"
fcrces for Korea would l>e |i
- '
Attic** Reaflffiirefl
Churchill Chi Uae
Of Atom
LONDON, i/.
V ,,.
Iiew.i lo
Churchill. || uiei, that
Ik .
him on the ataen Hani
beyond what has been disclosed
publicly, political quarts
today.
ChurchOl mi! Alt lei- privately
last night and the impression
gained here is that he Indicated
an absolute understanding had
aim readied on the nib
The Prime Miniate) was said
U i a afUsOad U al all eotintriaa
lighting togather k area teouji
be consulted before it arm prO-
posed to drop the atom bomb.
Attlee Is like.y to make this
rlenr tomorrow w hen he
House of Common* debate on the
Washington talks.
Such a stalemem >wli coma as
a relief lo over 100 Labour mem-
bers, who before he went to Wash-
ington, sent him :i letter .\|>t.-
mg anxiety over repoi l fron
America suggesting that the atom
bomb might \# used,
I Secretary Inn il Bat:'
will wind UD ton -
Churchill will also .|--;.k
Attlee was at wo-k on hi'
speech wi>ieh win be by fai the
fullest account to fai of what
happened at Wwhinm-i-i Ha artll
give Ihe Cabinet a prevn-u ..f rf
DtTOW,
euer
Prisoner Of War
Claims Reward
From Stalin
nonius itM.usi
BRUSSELS. I"
Fi i i Belgian prisoner of war
Anatoli Praeoal went to um Soviet
Lmbassy yesterday lo claim tn
1,(100.000 rouble icwaid reported
to have been offered bi I
Stalin for Information landing t< | .x|.
the tspring of his son Casa Yassa.i l.'iuguay Keuter
.who was captured by the OafB
during the war.
PravOSt lead the report of thg
IU-lgian news-
paper. Captured in 11140. Prevost
. uiieiiied ..t Scbweaxanfurl in
r an n BltilUn'i
. who died from .111 -
buried with other Russian ofneara
Prevost tlaims iha' otil) he and
a German location of the grave.
lie said that fit the F
Soviet employee noted his name
and address hut lold'hln. hi- knew
nothing of raporti eoncarnlng
Reuter.
HEAVY TAXATION MA\
HELP COMMUNISTS
Tq Gain Foothold In Tibet
MEW OKI.HI. Dae. 13,
Decades of heavy taxation in Ttbel may cause man)
of iU people to lay out welcome mats foi Invading Chinese
Communists. Trav-lldaK from that remote little countn
arriving in the north otlndi.i report little patriotism
the common people of Tibet, Much of it they aa
been killed by the excesaivu zeal of Lhasa's lax coU<,
taxation u hanvi
becomes unbearable bs
extra unpaid arviaaj boUi t *
tan (iovernment oAtchtli
i i araai I frori
Mid one mi.' | li eivei n
rtudtad life in Tibet I
'"III
Moat of the kiibal j i
maka up the bulk at Til i
ulation look on the l.ovcriuneT
ol Date) Uiiii.i with fl
than leverenrc as a N
.iiiiii laid. Many paO| i
been sucke.1 drj
ofllcials on one side ami
the monasteries on tne otnai
Demands lor Ire* aan
great bitterness Tin
did little tn iigsnlze or rontrol
am form ol Government in iho
rural areas of their OOuntr]
Tribesmen were permitted ''
ry arms which the.v used fre-
quently in attaeka <>ri i
travellers and were eidled Upon
imu i- caaionall t ii
Cenltal Governn tnl I
atndai of ludgi called i
made trfpi u> Westei
Inrrequentb aa onca aw
..... I ,.,- (., ":. I.I
affairs nf stale ami arbitrate i"
viikme disputes Oovernmenl la*
inii'iinri racelved i
afftounla inecned froni Lhasa bit
additional Mine tor
ddtl BAd that of then
In moiiv areas this lax burden
without appeal tn rapra
has cost Dalai Latta pO| u
port. P>
BRITAIN BREAKS
OFF MEAT TALKS
WITH ARGENTINA
LONDON. Dec. 13
Britain has broken off negi
nations with the Argentine Go\
eminent on meat supplit*. Foon
Minister Maurice Webb told the
House of Commons today.
Thin would cause a reductm:
in the British meat ration to a
total value of one shilling only
two pence more than the loa'-'it
ever reached since the beginning
or the war It will include |w
penny worth of corned beef
Webb said:
Tba Oovernment have con-
sistently refused since July Is-".
ti. iii> higher prices which Aigei-
tine auUioriliea had igkad ka
Ihelr meat since the.v regard nitft
prteea as unreasonable.
Anthony Eden, deputy l-esder
of the Opposition, asked if there
amg not any possibility of getting
meat from other sources
I I. ularly about
the Commonwealth and sal'' he
understood France might nva
Mipi.Hes available In future
.plied:
"We have in fact beei i
iiik averywhara for extra *up-
ptli We have been able u>
get a small amount from France.
nod tons We have of
course, mainly to depend on
traditional sources of supply
ate getting what we can
ihe continent We altO
about 15.000 tons f'orn
ANOTHER WITHDRAWAL
I
ATTULAH DURRANI, nan with tee world's biggest and tsar** air
UckSt. Hp is reprtsentallve of th* Rice Institute of America and h
plans to vi-.it ho of tba world's cities during a -is month, mrvay Th#
ticket i f ft long and cost 1,600. Eipresi
'l-.lt Hat "..
I'npT-')r SPAIN DC l
, : \i.,in .
I
s Bank lo itiniiw all
in- (:.ic. banked there
I i I nor a rite He
irai Informer! I th< i lerk ih.it
! i r .
Voona Insisted thai
wrmm I: . tf00
-1. poaited tbi re, tv

drawal slips with hi I
Bnnt on
pily deniCfl wlthdrevinR
n;i wen' furtln-
lie sailed I snd da
nied havinK I the
withdrawal! Befon III Celaa.
taifl, City Mafltstrab ..., Pooru
pleedad at:.it tl ou| nia Coun-
sel Hi Pi who ea-
just haj
Hal tie hs ^''00 in the
tank He esked fot leniency.
to malca
annthe; wttMrawal! dealared
the Magistrate.
n month"'
Impnsoi
Detrrer Netvs
/ HUMAN BROADCASTS
ON FRIDAY NIGHT
WASHINGTON, Dec 13.
wu announced to-day that
Truman would broadl-
.ist on Kndav night Dii the .-rld
i ims Tlie brosdeaxt will I- at
11 p.m.
Truman wdi outline iome U ii-
niei to be asked of Amen
he steps the administration will
jar against the threat of an ill-
*ri v...i
iTia1r~
ATTLEE WILL FACE
ORDEAL TO-DAY
LONDON. Dec 13
In Miniidei ciemeiu A,tl^''
Wiii 1 e c a teslma or*.leal to-
morrow when he opens the finis*
of Commons debate ofi In-
Washington talks *lth ft* Birl
Truman. Intending speech-mii";cr'
in the debate have piled up q na-
tions aimed at fllliiig in the bl sahg
aft by th Attiei'-Trum.in en
mnnlque issued after the Washing-
ton t:.|k'
etasnae.
Three Appointed
His Excellency the Qi
has been notified b) the Be '
.- If i,.| (In- Coluiii.
pleased to appro* <
the following apixiinlmeois
Mr. I A Wile* U ba Assistant
Clilumal Sei i.l.n th eltn I
from the Ml Oetobl
Mr A. A lltBae A
Secretary. Colonial -
OfBce, w '" eff<
iaptcmbei isso.
Mr. F. L Osier U
Src i i
Ofllc
I pternbei Mir.ii
Invtsli^alf I'lnl
To Kill MurArlhur
TOKYO D*
Ann i i
"I
..!
lu aiacArtli
Commandei m Kon
Agc^nt' .in i
iat the polio
reaervi ity in ti>^
aoiiaei praf< cum
,, p. )
15 Dead In
Singapore
Rioting
SINGAPORE, Dee. 13
Wuiet returned to Singapore lo-
'-atht after two days' rioting over
Ihe .reparation or "Jungle Bertha1
'""ii hrr Moslem husband
Dusk to dawn curfew was im-
posed age'" as a precaution but i
II- .' ., :'.
normal for moat of the d..>
Hospital recttfdl ihowed that the
riots killed IS people at :
about 200 Five drmt a'erel
aVropaeni
Thirty-four Auoneani arete i
to :;'>spitai In sertouj c n -
dltlon. Forty-four otha
treated as outpatient ate
while 13 -y.-ai- old Bertha Herl
i home lo Holland with
hi Diileh mother Thi R
Royal Dutch Oonstell il
two huurx at Dumdum airport .it
al.....lal
in | i IT for Holland Heater
IMaslir \lukes
Him Eat Again
llAl.TIMUllf. dm J
\ iii.tn who live weaki ago wai
slowly starvifiK beoauai of a dlS-
easedgullet, now i-. eating norni.il-
piece ol plastie
i at Sin.ii llcihpital .
DUl 1 lb) .ii..
n "iiih .mil -uioi.n h and iapla I
Il with nexlbla pla Ik The Bo i
.... in formal .niiioor,cement n
lu nighl tbrougii
iofed Jewlin
said it area lha iirst successful
operatJon <>f its lyra on .i human
i ha oparatlon ..s pi i
D I I Her.....n
.. patient suffering from i ..t,
ol the guliel It ua- .. leg! '
..I three vests of rmeareh by In
Bvrman and his associates. The
Um pit.il .'.ii.......I...: hi..11 upei i-
tlons of its kind most i- done l>e-
lore iU usefulness may be evalu-
gsanj (&)
Vv> WX Labour
>r^ani-aliou
TO BE SET UP
KINGSTON. Dec, II
i nferetv a ol .vest Indies
Offio * i :. worfean
ultmani (oi America ended al
LlU LabOUl lieparlmenl. Klngs-
witn an agieeinem ;
., new Wt I Indian organist.-
lion lo handsfl oalll Fn labour iii
the area from
America in order that every
any would get .. atvnortftanat*
ara ol recruitincnl for Unite>.
Btataa farms which is Mpected
to follow the recent visits of i
West Indian delegation to
n*s .iwion
a started on afon-
iiisv undei lha Ch i rnunahlp i
Bii i.e irge Seel, Comptrollei ol
Development .....I Welfare and w.i
Itei lad tn A -'< Oordoti Lebou
Al ft itish Embai Waal
ngton Ker, Thompson, Colonial
\ -1 | i
.-"t Leboui Officers froi i
Jamal .. Trinidad. British Hon
award 1 81 Vm
.1 Dprbadoi
a*fe Be* I, i. s Burrowi
iiwi D N |m roi Bai
bados today, and S. Hochi
foi Tniudad
The < vmfei......levl led modi I
contract geyeemcnl covering farm
I re. i i ti.ilit ol all col-
on.
LONDON, Dec. 13.
VIARSHALL AID lo Britain will be suspended
as from 1st January. 1961. Chancellor of the
Exchequer Hugh Gaitakell announced in the
House of Commons today.
Marshall Aid to Britain would not be com-
pletely terminated, however, the Chancellor added.
Gaitskell said Britain's economic progress and the
strain on American economy through her defence
programme were the reasons for the step
Marshall Aid was originally timed to end in
July, 1952. Britain will have received $2,694 300,000
since Marshall Aid began in April. 1948
I .K. ExpoHfl Sniasli
All Time .Ucordci
London, d
Brits
iee.ildi I..-t month lit r
of t:2ii -'........ Harold Wll*
ftaasdenl ol Ihe Board I
announced
: i CO.1
in.- 11. vioui hiafae I
OctObei and r 22.000.000
average lor UM
of the rani
Value al i iinorti b the United
In Not - mbei wa<
C I l.ticinr.tm
BRnorts lo snada lasl mo th
i.n:l rW ''
| i
ii bat Kruter
ExpnM DiTuilrd;
Driver killrd
BRUS8BLB, ><
\ \
o| I i.
Had loda
H
r.ei a
The drlvei wea killed
SO peasanaeri ! injured. 10
-..... i.. ivhentheengini plunged
into ravine aftei a ci i klllli i
' i.- tt I at
The Araman waa cruahad Is
tween the eiiglne ami the lendi
It. ii In
Plane Missing
TH1VANDRUM. SOUTH INDIA.
De, il
An Air India plane ratrying lti
,md ,. new of f.nn vi <
repoile.l
from Riadrai to Trlvandruni m
I I huh..
i hi iin i ..r ai reported 5va
how overdua Bean h plans*
urlng tru arn its moun.
i .....r
Masai
PLANE CRASHES IN FOG
SYHNKV Dei 13
. with about 83
board < raahed in thu-k
fog io-da> t reserve airport
near here
Nobody wai killed, but several
I < lured The plane wu*
luming in tti land when a |**w
upti the ground <
i av ii i-i|,mi-Hi
Keuler

ir1 indie
ii cefnent
S'ie thu "rst of
Kuropi 18 M dial '

ear nod **ven
. niiei than al
The i..
Hi il
IB
States
atrnosi
,!
, -(>!! llU
guild, "Tie bad .tlfwtlng ihe
v- ctfare .) af.OOO gOQ I
i.. varn<
nieiii anneuncemenl thai the
tradN i iha afl-
i month by reach-
on ihe prowl I '
t'2! I .Win...... Tnl
nev. w: thai iii ita.it. had
i, ^ .III the
Argentine wd
Id ee redyei
vi..... worth per wet
. | one shilling a
i preeeni
Vo IhilUfr Out*
i leav m
i
Marshall Aid will nd aBeei
.
biiddina up Ihe defeno
lei thu Mlanl
;'a. t. A' ranco later
lie ssi teke dlrei i cuw In dollar
., re.ull ol Uv
-. ould batm '
Interesl on me loan atenaani oi
M.n ',,.11 Aid In l"M and the pTW-
ItOB, (AtKHIl II
nil Mnrshsll Aid .v;is In
repayable loan*, the f
,: i-1 .....t bi Ing i utrigh'
1
WUnatn I. ".'t' American
Mmieter in Charge l I '"e
F.ioiioiim Co-opei ll
Ui Britain
a health) Burope
health) Aa n -,n un"
I, .ihir Buropi i ' on un-
neslthv America
R niter.
TK1J. Ta ADVOCATF THE NOTWS
Rim 3113 Day or Night
star 'ill ADVOX'ATE rATB FOR NI.WS
i *
'S'/je Barbados
id ,
i
The la
,
held n. nutod) Reult-r

Plans For Atlantic Pad
Army Recommended
PORT OF SPAIN De,
With ti.. i

G and the
Trinidad Gtoi^aes have r*nh in-
*he itrlf- rf then nipM
from December 1 .' The Guardian
Rl wwekly
M
10 cent< nai In-
creased to six cents
LONDON. Dee 13
The joint meeting of mil.tary
Chiefs and rorelgn Ministers'
deputies of the Atlantic Pact Na-
tion* here today lasted only two
hours.
It shaped final recOB
tlons lor netting up an Ii '
Atlantle Paet army v.*.
Inelude armed German eontln-
P
nefrtiimaialaHmii srlV i>< ani
to the Defence and ron
Isters meeting in RnrtwK nesl
sreek for a de.
Today's meeting wan W
to have discu<
papers approved earlier by the
Military Committee and the Dep-
uties* Council. These tomemed
the miliury and pofll
of including Gwman groups In
an Atlantic Pact srmy.
i
Mid
1 The Immediate ape
of General ttaanhower I Bu-
I
integrated ton

S The Inclusion wit*
ii ftghtine ar .
infoi"
-
exceed one-flfl
Attentl
em v.- -
> Authi
an ahead with plj
a smaller Integnit-"! F.uropean
army -Reuter
Small Price
KINGSTON. Dl
latest) thai i......
nigai will be n
... ive '-i
, i mall ti
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mug a al la to tin
r-u n.. < ..I'..,-
- mi, be large.
id t"-i'-
UUoi
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MncCILLIVRAY OFF
TO TURKS ISLANDS
KINGSTON Dei 3
Una Governs! n
C Ifgeaniiera* i*ft lha
I (oi Turk* Island
an official visit accompanied b)
f I. Woo! Lewtl (ommlwionei
Turks and Caicoa Islands an

of the S'
PRECAUTION
The SS ftlooraj.'ier I
Ith .. I
The ease was transfer!' I
ind on quarsntin,
I O'Mahony has begun preoautif
ary measures by
Wharf worker* Full
or. paga B
Gxtends to all
I
Uiearty Christmas
Qreetings
And JSest eWHhm
for
5% ZHappy and Prosperous
Wew ^ear.
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PACK. TWO
BARB
ADo4
ADVOCATE
THI'RSDAV DECEMBER II l>
CaJtib Calling
t the
aRSBsMH
("Miki KIM
4 m acUvlUe.
the ball r-ilhiw
.a the Y M P.< m .i m the4r work a wall xvortliwhi..-
Club M" i itlng their
n s-iui.l.-
ad no ( Aii'' thii an. .>ui be ga
This year Christmas Eve BH '
t% I I
rani iple have bee"
ii- Will In'

231x1 and on New Year Ivt I

n
Clotc FrienH*
Crt._icd Potatoes
TNI MAK1M-.
on December 23ni

| tr
m
ian AT the inauguration of the
1 s .I in the
which end* with Sixnta Claus Vlrg.tr. Ml
arriving tta wutftaj Meigh with Ms RmhwUi Ell.
a tack of < resents ernor ol the Ier*an1 Islands men-
Th.- Hal-bade Aquatic Club ) tions Ma)ot Her,
hav ng a dance on the same night aium- live-
I .__ _
which always ggl One ...
over well especially around lh*l^.'i0"**,' Tm**'* w Maior Her-
time .>( the year A Potato Daneejrr" Peer>.<-* x. t>.> your Com-
t*all.tt dance and j spot walti """" here from 1*19 to IMS
pd features .mi r. rrocrammc * I aw haang rresa ham atoning
' '-he attraction! M *our
dance, couple^ lUn potatoes k1m* ->ri * the friendliness of
tui tlmr foreheads and the U-' r people who ln-e i-
-iill in plac
Marketing Representative
who
Marketing HepreentjiiVf
for Socony Vacuum Oil ."> ha
i, Trinidad it at present in Bar-
short visit OriKinallv
.*. York, he baa been la
I (Or four year* He Is a
rl Cacrabank.
Viaited Lourdet
FK J SRM.1EH SJ. wSd has
been away since August
17th returned on Tuesdax after-
noon by & W.I A. from Trinidad
Hl trip look him to England
- here he visited I^nirde-
and he t In New
a short while on I*
*ay home
Home For Christmas
MR BERTIE CALLENUKK who
Oraoada
s, i -n. boo. arrived
Grenada yeterda> t"
HWH Bertie, who i a Barba-
dian used to teach ,'.
School He has come
lh* Chnstma* holiday*
THE SISTERS WHO
FLEW TO OPERA
Hy Uiiiuim WmmrnHmd
WHEN MITLKKS pvrswuti.dt oi UaS JWI |
hiu'.ii! two Londoe rimn made fraqoanl wofj
to Germany "lo see the opera."
On Friday evenings Loul*
w . '.< r Ida. ex-lypist tumedr novelist.
B.B.C. Radio
Programme
THURSDAY. De.
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Intransit
It hi
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B
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On Tfce Coast
. rushed fc e thara
lot of crushed potal
at the Old Ti
t lha Club betfns at 10 Pm -r cndirujth. t onfe,-
Sundav
MM Day. Daaaaajpa, Han, '
there i> danciac at 1
Hotel.
Partners
SXE that Mr and Mrs C%t- \\ "
> opined -Decora- -*1
i the St. James .1W i \ to sarf>d a week'i hob-
Monday, have *a : ;-* Sbf
partner Mr Atfre.1 Pan who hvea <-r S m coast near UW
at "Sun VnUey" >n Si Jan fnend* rtor
Mr Pan who u a partner V ^ .h. r*as been ktetnt In
General Trading Co in Park 1-renada Bar stau
lame has been Irrtnn m Barbados months
for some time Mr and Mr* -
in\-e-i (m -.r.e DJC n Max ractor Representative
V ad three
lame To DOBl i ,,t aftern...
Empire Theatn t.-mrht
- prodi)
Players focldentall) the second
and third aJ.> nl thi^ pla> take ,. ,. w,v ,, ,Uo **# bolMlai
p.aee OB Otnatmas E\-e and ;.iM> returned to- Ttinio.
.- Daj
_ BY THE WAY
ARE we BfatOBbHI another
* world" Mr Gerald Beard's
-ligirestioil ili.-.t the ptli I
'rom Mars
Is l
rhu aive- -;e the disguieUin:
idea tnat Urge numlvT
may be landing In England at
muni fiom tm> parachutes, in
i
rearmament work If
g
Coast It i* your dut-
poll.-eman There ought l.^ be a
census of bee^ Some of the
lent arrivals are pro)
naktaf poisoned honey
And if llee^ can talk, small those
who talk Martian should be
roumled up at once and deported
to aoene other planet
ChrUtanas In England
1AM sree all Weal nan
be pleased lo leam that Canb-
lean students in England need Bfl>
feel home leas this Chn*tma^
Throujh the VlcSoria League th.
West Indian SludenU' I
t have l-cer re
from people in various parts ol
Kr.gland Any student kaj ha.-
no fixed plans for K*
seaam need only apply :
tons Laacue and he. or she. will
be given an address where they
;i irmde wry welcome
Together the girls would dash off
to Croydim and catca the I..-1
plane for Cologne
There they usually took train
for Munich to see and heur
two old friends. Omens
Krauas and Vlonca I
I and sing at the opera
But more often than not their
-ere a bind. Ida Cook
now reveals In a snnrlaatly
wrtUaa book. -We Foiiowad
Our SUrs" (Hamish Hamilton
12s 6d>, published last wnsgi
Plan To Help
I taw plight M
to ti to help as mini gsjM tt|
toe eauntr) .
A1 a friend's house in Frankfurt
the* intarvsewed hundreds of
men women, and
who knew that sooner or later
the Gestapo would lake theni
awa> to concentration camps
:nuon. the sMn
aponaors for -domestic hel^-
nd la raiseAl
rnone* by giving talks on the
reru*r plight
M.ias aW at familv
called it
Jx>th tn' on the eoi
'MjH-m it best fitted
"ten we stitched In o
label '
. m CIom Dl
I New*. II IS .
I IS \i m Pruaraa.ma SwraO*
lilipm Hlftet' Choice, 1 SO >

lltpm aaata Niw.i> I p "
Ru'a A UWh; INgm Tiw New*
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a.< Op ** Curuin. 1 a* P n*un.
' SMIUin *.. *St Pm T>.- .-..
-. D-lly arnlea. *l
English
Once Ida came aero* the front ie:
with valuable diamof.d
pinned to a as. lid
jumper!
When the giii> told their slo-v
on thu side they Invariab1.-
found the Cust ms sympathetic.
Now whe > they g i abroad, they
me real opera tans again.
Tneir resiard for the risky work
fees once did |g in five word~
by a woman they helpe-1
i owe you m> ife
-111
u\ ""filrti^e i* *"> VsnS*e *"
tttpx Th. Caih-eral OjS-i"
r^~_K. * J
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Mwarss S IS am Merehata Ha
llsssllllir s >s p m rauesims Arch
- m a m The Nw i II p " "'
*n*lv*U V P *' ** ""**---
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B m Think ii Th~e Tn,"*,* p
tSZ hs. is is rnm aw -;
'f * D.T,-.."' '-.SO pm Wh.
ROUND IABM
}\ >l'R persons sat at equal in
nsngsri ''. round-
SHetttsM Black nor Apul*'-
-ere at DodgeS right hand
Appleton was not opposite
Charles. "X" was opposite him
Wr a* "X". Appleton. Black
Charles or Dodge"
SUDFAYORIfS
AS a prclimin..r> u working
this type of puxsle. you must copy
,-ach of me following words on a
^rip of p-per in capital letters
ith spaces betwrvn theni a" u*oi-
Rupert't Autumn PrimroseM
looks aaaask- Ssfl soiikog, ih others *grac. m> bs
Vou (Mm war* ** w** rst bond the i#i
-' Aassmri ST Why dJyoa ai^
" "*' isn't selarw. air wosy f"-" H.
IT m|," isaisu ihs ItMk ko aat yoa laHung to ? esg*
mdlaw Msry horn sehiad. At the spurwl oi

WHO CAN ANSWER COMING
THE BURNING V IS THERE
EMPIRE
ated:
, N T
SWrt Vi.it
MR A MRS JOSE I> MONT-
BRl-N who were in Baioa-
dsaj foi a few days returned Is
TitiaVfcad yecterday afterwoon b*
B WI A Mr de Montbron is a
TV. rector of Grell k Co
dad
K-,:-*h And Swig-miM
MR. R. MAGAU-AVES of Qa-
racas left ,wer the week-
end by 6VW IA foe La Guaira
after njieaaMsBg ten months an
tarhadas He was sTudytng Eng-
Ush and was a pupil of Mrs
Pornllo- Bay Street
When Rafael first arrived here
he ronkl s*
EngUab but the day he efi
was able to Seal Carib that he
soang hosne for Christmas and
paanag] '- SWrt M re;.:-_ ..
. : .... :,. -. -......
ms He has ats. learnt lo swLn
here
The Um Pair
sister* succeeded m
Till tin I doomed people :.
an ageoj
man *'" .;ed here I
tour day* before war broke out
Wnon the police at Colocnei
irport became suspsrtoua _-'i
he awsers- fraquor.t xu.ua. Bay*
Ida -we weir simply oapjraOc
-ithu-iasow roming for
i^erf.xrmance. il jll
-1 knew aU the details 1
K ..-*. bag] see:. :, (kus h
'ere *re snules for "ihe opera
mad Engtuei cotple-out n,'
more oueat>on
Jewels Smncgled
"The whose work was]
a tght i gain st susrSde One hadi
people enough hope lei
stop tbaaa turning on the gas,!
t* apantng
Jewels were saaufgdwg acraas by|
ha gaaan g* tbai
ESadH -e: gkgaa hg ;...
on this
Tn* is haw it was
bs
CROSSWORD
Fffl
mm
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M I ri 1 A K I N I
NIOHTMAK
rlAYWHIOBT
The Hlra k !o '''<" ">< s,nl* '"
and tro o worti appfr in tn
, I rtml ro->. nd lo se* ho- m.ny
l^lTrrem (our-leller words JTOM oi.
work out by uii> ">eihoo
For oxamplr. 'EAST -i- -
Ird when the fourth letter of the
: p line, the fifth letter of the
.eeond line. nd the k*
. and bottom lines, arc
hrouiht in alinement.
. only common En>>"n
.,,rd. ire counted in the tally A
fi a**"** ,,
i
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S 5 a as a
,*m -nr- *<* **u T" 33B'J52
sus -past *pw* *- " p^i -a "
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TIM RSDAV. DECEMBER 14. 1M
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE THREE
Work Anrikrblr
In SI. Thomas
Cu
do
*o by the oil Industry. t>ui
cultivation. Mr F. L Walcon.
MC P. :old the A I
*
He suit) thai it would be
ver> Md AH I pie <
that prosperous commuiuu if the
Venezuelan* ever wre lo bein
U) iciin. trude oil.
Mr Waicot: who was one of
the Barbados delegates at the
Fourth Wait Indian Conference
.n Curacao, returned to the Island
on Tuesday evening by B.WXA.
Curacao la an extremely busy
hipping port and during the time
i> WH there he had never
h ottod uui en the baa
.it least one ship coml^tt
i atnj (Rhb Um Wand.
There ll m WilliamsUid! I
capital, an electrically driven
and Thai, he said, was a
;ii iifnitici'iii engineering device
was said to be opened 16
out oi 24 hours a day.
Mr Walcott .aid that he met
many of the Bnrl>ndins working
with C.P.I.M. In Curacao and
brought Kreetmii. from them to
their relatives and friends in
Barbadoi".
He also visited the camps
where the B.W.I, workers are liv-
ing and found that their general
spirit* and morale were of ood
V v of them however,
still yearned after the social
amenities which 'hey roulrt en-
]->> in their homelands, but were
prepared to endure the inrive-
nience of tbON piJUm fin- Ul i
purpose of Improving their
k condition*.
He \airt that he had told some
i f the delegates ut the Conference
' f the population problem in Bar-
bados to And out it there were
any employment opportunities in
any of the areas He waj. informed
by Mr Omar Brown. Chairman
i U> Muni kpai Condi >f St.
Thomas and St John and leader
of the U.S. Virgin Islands dele-
gation at the Conferenoa that
there were employment oppor-
tunities in St. Thomas for a liim-
tad number of workers in various
fields and he hoped to impress on
the Barbados Government tne
necessity for Investigating those
possibilities with the appropriato
authorities.
Detective novel may
give clue to how
woman died
BAIlLAim\li|Dsiiioii
("Initial and Otrrsfuj
at DM

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llo lor who wa*j wilb her al the mil nisi s ruurl lc*>liniNV - "
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Two Tourist Ships
Will Call Here
Only two calls will be ma.ie
by tourist -hips to Barbados
during the November 1950
May 1U51 season, the Advacalc
was mfonned by the Barbado*
Publicity Coinmitle* yesterday.
The Cunard White Star liner
'..iir.-[ai,io and the Holland.
Una) IfltttW AtruferdaiFi
are expected to arrive In port
on February 9 and February 11
Messrs. Hanschcll Larsen are
local representatives of both
ships.
This is as compared with six
calls during the previous season,
tlta Polaris which usually
makes two calls to Barbado* each
season, will not be calling here
this tune She is expected to
make a world cruise which will
nut include Barbados.
The Maiiretonia will be making
an 18-day cruise. She is
expected to set out from New
York for Barbados via. St.
Thomas and Martinique on
February 3. From Barbados, she
will bo sailing back to New York
via Grenada. La Guana, Curacao,
Cristobal, Kingston and Havana
The Itinerary of the Nieuu-
Amsterdam will be slightly
different From New York she
will be going to San Juan before
coming here. She is expect-
ed to leave Barbados for New
York again via Trinidad, La
Guaira. Curacao. Cristobal, Port
; H B *fiiur*i(iri'a has a gross
tonnage of 35.183 tons and 5 S.
iVienu' /l"i*rcrriam has a tiroes
tonnage of 30.686 tons.
OMKHJE DA I
** Fsssi ratenda, BlarriU.
VA li-MOS -Oua (a ffcoaw X
VI ot4room at
Judge Favreau, of Bayonne,
will be asked to rand a French
dfl&ctm novel, "La Dame au
Gardenal." to decide whether it
gives evidence on how beautiful
20-year-uld Muniou* da Silva
liamos met her death at dawn in
a Biarritz luxury villa 13 months
Momque's husband, 25-year-
old Brazilian Joas Carlos da Silva
liamos, was arrested several
weeks after her death and charged
with murdering her.
-Overdo*** of 1.1 lihis"
(Imoi'
Police said thara was not
enough evidence to show that
Joas had poisoned Monique. He
was given "provisional liberty
with a caution," while police con-
tinued investigations.
Ramos denied any connection
with his wife's death and said she
died of an overdose of sleeping
tablets. Two post-mortems failed
to show any traces of poison in
her body.
There is one child of the mar-
olicncd recently.
ltcne Floriot. lawyer for Monl-
que's parents, said he would give
the Judge a copy of "La Dame uu
Gardenal." and ask him to decide
whether Monique could have died
in circumstances similar to a
character in the story.
Tfca novel was published in
Paris more than 12 months before
Monique's death.
Standing before the Judge as
principal witness was Dr. Benoist
of Biarritz, wbo was called tot
Monique's bedside as she lay
dying.
"La Dame au Gardeoal" b the
star* ul a murder raraoudaged a- I
nuirlde. Here la a aynopass :
Jacqueline and Talliot. two lov-
ers, are found almost dead from
the effects of an overdose of gar-
denal. Empty tubes of the drug
l re found in their bathroom.
Ifrroiiifl* mnfrws
A doctor gives the pair strych-
nine, another powerful poison, to
counteract the effects of the gar-
denal.
Strychnine, says the novel, it*
the classic medical treatment in.
gardenal poisoning.
Jacqueline recovers after lical-
ment. Talliot. her lover, dies. The
police are huffled
At the novel's end i... .,.i. i,.,.
onfeaaea that onI> she took
cardeoal She telU the police she
eave Talliot another poison, which
strychnine would not eotiNteract
%\ * of lover
She knew, she says that strych-
nine was an antidote for gardenal,
and she left the empty gardenal
tubes to lead police to believe th;it
both she and TaUlot had taken it
She was weary of her lover, she
savs That was why she killed him
"La Dame au Gardenal" was
written by Roger Boussinot. Law-
yer Floriot told Judge Favreau
salt M novel bore striking re-
semblances to details of the death
of Monique
(Gardenal Is one ef the hrno
harhltone drugs. It b> srdaUvr
drui. sometimes used for epllep
sy.]
CAR DAMAGED
IN COLLISION
The motor car M-236J o
i iven by M Dokrat,
yesterday In an accident
win the nv.'.
iv. ncxl and driven by J Kelltnan
of Church Village, St Joseph,
on Hindsbury Road about I M
Tha najht front md < Msa
door of the car were exten-
sively damaged.
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K*id McDonald. Paul Allan.
kssl
Arrhr>
How the
WORLD'S FIRST-CHOICE fIRE
gats Ms Ion* life
Trellfs expectancy of every p,ut of '.
n. mum d by a great vstier* M lefts.
rilliiamsi basl .tht*-d all ..I Msjm tHH ... I
inateiiaU used in Goadyeai Ikes.
As a ivsult. Goodf/tar no* held Its placi at M MlM
-st-cnolce tire > y*' s*'nce 1915.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TIIURSnAV. DECEMBER 14. 19.111
BARBADOS S#AD\t)0M
Thursday, Dccrmbrr 14, 150
NO III I AIOHMIIP
THE Del result of Tuesday's debate in the
House of Assembly is that the House
accepted the wisdom ofl the Legislative
Council in amending the Bill to establish
a Natural Gas Corporation.
Mr. Adams ungraciously took the oppor-
tunity to threaten "that at the earliest pos-
sible time the powers of the other Place
would be restricted" and called in the
"promise" of an unnamed Secretary of
State for the Colonies which would "be
redeemed at the earliest possible time".
At the same time Mr. Adams was at
pains to point out that the Government
"was not prepared to take the blame for an
increase in the cost of living for which
they were not responsible".
It is time that the public reminded Mr.
Adams that Barbados has inherited a Par-
liamentary system of Government almost
as old as the Mother of Parliaments itself.
and that it is not prepared to surrender its
democratic rights for the rule of a small
number whether they be Socialists. Tunes
or members of the Barbados Electors'
Association.
It is time to remind Mr. Adams that he
is head of a political party which neither
enjoys an absolute majority, nor has by
its record in office satisfied the electorate
that it has acted as efficiently as it might in
dealing with the rising cost of living or the
thousands of problems that beset a small
island of 166 square miles dependent for
survival on the skill and application to
work of its 192.000 inhabitants.
It fell to the lot of Mr. Adams as head of
a political party professedly devoted to the
cause of the worker in Barbados, to edu-
cate his followers in the hard economic fact
that only by greater production per work-
ing hour can Barbados hope to acquire ade-
quate revenue to build its social services to
a level which will reflect credit on the ad-
ministration of this island,
This duty Mr. Adams has signally failed
to carry out and to-day the island of Bar-
bados is hard put to make up for the
thousands of productive working hours
lost to the island by irregular and late
attendance at work.
Mr. Adams has made it clear that he
relies for political support on promises of
higher wages to those who join his party.
He has not in any public utterance
attempted to tell either the employer (who
has to pay these higher wages) or the
worker (to whom they are promised) from
what source additional wages are to come.
At a period of time when devaluation of
the island's currency, restrictions on free
intercourse of trade, post-war shortages of
materials, equipment and communications,
have hit the island's economy a devastat-
ing blow, there is not one sign of recogni-
tion from Mr. Adams and his party that the
very preservation let alone the improve-
ment of the existing standards of living
depends on the recognition by every work-
er that excessive productive costs must be
reduced to a minimum.
With the talent and skill available in
Barbados, with the excellent educational
facilities which have so fur survived, and
with the tradition of public service still
aflicker, there is every reason why Barba-
dos should continue to hold its own as it
has successfully done for hundreds of
years.
But our continued prosperity depends
finally and solely on the utilization
of every talent and every ability in the
community.
Mr. Adams is over sanguine and most
ill-informed if he imagines that an elector-
ate as intelligent ai the Barbados working
man and woman will be willing to surren-
der their rights to a small handful of four
men who represent 12 seats in an elected
Assembly of 24.
Ih-i -1 a III if It fin-nt
To the LMUor, Tl hgk
SIB.The Hcvd. Mr. Tartar in hi* recent letter
on the Synod | up the
wronc trw\ fur naitl I man) nor dis-
endownirnt wren in.- before Synod.
What Synod did impi> and M>leh the
matter of toe revision *>; the Anglican Church Act
The other two Kami w*Ti dr.igg.xl in as red her-
rings to frighten the lalt) In hi-ihtoI, and these
tactic* wan nicceaafu] A committee of Synod
meeting u committee of Government could in no
wise have con party, and the Synod
dcciMiiii id avoid even this approach wai an out-
standing example of moral cowardice.
The* suggestion that the Government would act
viciously If the Church alkad for the revision of
n antiquated Act was nardb mmphmenUry to
Otttan 'ilv some "chrisUans" h
faith in uur Lord'f own dictum, -auk and ve shall
reeelve" And timid
Christie i
Perhaps the most amusing feature of nil Is the
picture al so-celled democratic people (opposed to
autocr,;* handing over
all their liberties on u plate t., totalitarian!
the AngUcai I
of the
In have II
Bill v. ,nurse, it Miai the Vos
populi I

POttUMUS
Dec. 12th, 1050.
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I....,* I.l.n*. .robin*
aU** a( ikr I 'ikI.ii
b- fftreki I.U. !>*
The
a* i".
Kiimol
*
I tti the future as it Colonies Whether the Virgin
has done in the past, it is for us Islands i*
. in the Colonies to sat latl further grj'
irriatj likes giving a dollar to a begg.o sound Iw-v.lopment Plan.
II would be Mesuroptuoui for
iK. And it l- mi after only ihroe day! iii your
Councilwas to enact the Appro- reasonable that tlie British Guvern- beautiful .sands to Jttempl to
print Ion Ordinance for 1901-the ment "hoo^d be satisfied by us describe the many other matters
Ordin-.ii. led for all ,,y ,h* Council, by His Honour and which call foe attention I have
men! expenditure '" that SSSmHS^t^Sf """ ?*"p,e ES*J .me,V"oncd. ")"'<' ***
*C*r 1 notit. (i with swan areat*r ,n **** Virgin Islands are playing financial position, trade ami inter-
-" course with St. Thomas, and the
lyevelopment Plan, because they
ia> I was look i i
.( i.Iii (I1.L1
th. Britten V Ik.:
BB With .
last acts of the old LegislaUv
interest that the total expenditure thT!r P*? ln "** ,bjlttl* ,or money
I for the year amounted to ~,hf' ,h* l"****1* an Pf*ln *
$410 (V B.) One of ihe Oral ch as llwy can reasonably affor.l
of the new Council will be "rdi the coat of public service.
to pass the Appropriations Lhdi- Let me turn (Mm this gloomy
for 1951which will provide subject of the pre>.-nt. and looli
ipendlture of the order of for a moment towards; the future.
$150,000 (US). Not only is It an Here again I know that vou have
interesting co-incidence that you many difficultiesthe pn>blems of
l meet joM tlfly years after trade and intercourse with tha
v : elidecessors to consider pre- United States Virgin Islands, the
d tl> the .in matter with which development of your meat and
iicemed. but . BOfoWOfthj to see how gov- miw >. new lines of enterprise.
en merit expenditure has increased and the general improvement of Producers' Association. You al
hat space of lima your publTc service* The solution rdy have a fine reputation for
. .l .i. "* """c of these difficulties lies *hip-building -and other develop
prise. I suggest that more pros-
ire matters which call for pa op
eraUon and help from outside I
can promise no complete answer
to jrOUf problems, and I can
promise no Utopia for Um Virgin
Islands. But I am confident tha
much can be done, not only by
government, but also by pr vale
ciitei pr .-i'
A* regards private enterprise
I am delighted to learn of Uv
establishment of your Livestock
nments always waste money problwn of ,rade
i't say that there is no wast.- ; s Thomas
IN in the " a' ,nM,,
lands But 1 do not believe ] remember visiting St. Thoma:
Iveor any seven years ag<
than occurs with the best that the biggest problem of th<
pertty can be brought to you
pa
ssjsaMM lot U
dtl
th. ewue of mont
du ng the past fifty
s.
for the removal
expen- ,.,ury into St. Th<
iv in which |,.r being told that the smallest
KM fallen lauix li OWDOI mi Torlola had lo
and. complete a.- mam oHV al ft
losnand and documents before -
i hy government in leaving St. Thoma* as the Capta
being tola |JT"> can ** brought to your
an occur, w.vn .or .- mat M o.ggesr pKunem of the }lh|* biL ""f (,d5,VPlm "'
mgulatO In other Hntlth Virgin Islatu^ was the need ,Z*, '" ^mH \- **
parts of U v The major for the removal of -frictions on ITi.,;^-. w" '" P**
legislatlonsuch as exists already
In several other Caribbean
Colonieswhich will assist pn
enterprise to develop tourist
hotel facillUes You need hav
fear of your Islands being dese-
U p modern time*advice and iTUil^QuICd' MaT^Whan entar" *'r-',rd bv hordes of tourists in
be with agriculture, public health iUK or leaving New York Seven *ra,1S<- attire, but I do believe
aei ices, and education years ts a long timeand I am that your beautiful waters, your
.J to learn that the prob- "wy *nery and your eompam-
|l is precisely because govern- [em lt not y^x solved. It is, as this ,iv* *laUon can offer attractions
w In the mwlern world has so |,.gth of time suggests a very 'or visitors of the best kind.
m. funeUona affecting theJUres difficult problem It is natural that But private enterprise eann-l
o- M llUfn 1a tlalivc Council is so necessary should be reluctant to amend the provides adequate basic services
i: \ Islands to-day. II IaWB controlling immigration over tha government itself cannot play
gix.s the elected membersthe , Whol* vast eorttmeerl just -o Its part unless it has the suppo-*.
taowm of the mwt |hc special case of the Virgin of the public That is whv both the
peoplea chance of expression |*iandsand there are other com- Seerelarv of State and 1 welcome
their Vtewi on all government pnCaUons as well All ihat I can the establishment of this Council
actiwue, and expenditures; and ay is that His Honour has in the n is for the Council lo repretent
so It gives the public, albeit Inch- p^ done his very best to over- public opinion and to guide tu.d
rectly. an opportunity of having ,^me these difrlculties. and that he assist the administration In iu
as they should doa say in the way and i ln the future will continpe work. It is a task which is
In which their tax money is spent. thc. druggie We are both meeting absolutely fundamental to ihe
the Governor of the United States devetaoment of the British VWata
You. cnll.:j.rn. w enwrtnf on virtin l.l.nd, and hU ofllclals |.n5J aS h.S 1 f vc! u '.'
11 for UM Virntn Iriamto-.! a rf ,,,,,,!,, , aJ,. Jlld .... !"' .^"*l "" '" m>- ""
promlav rrsulls I can only ' "mm prarnce in man*
the talc of stomp* In 1950 la far pr,imi,c that we will have a very countries of the world. Including
below the estimate; and it lookr good try w get tbem. ,ho L*eward Ialands. for the
as ehouifh vou will end the o-.n public lo alt back .ind blame thc
with n dcflrit of $59,000 IV.St 111 the meantime there are other government for evcrv ill Now 1
Inotcad of i. surplus of fll.000 matters which will. I hope engag" believe given certain conditions
(US I as wu though' when your your attention in your effort* to Hiat auch criticism is a very
lft'.O esumiiu-. rro prepared. It Improve thc oonoim and the good thlnf. Government* are
I .bablc that you will have wealth of your Ulatxli You km *|a(led by human lmn|a. and no
to d. i ,d for a ycai or two on available to you 53.000 under th.- human being Is infallible So
direct .isststance from the British Colonial Devclopmcnl and Welfare government* often do make
Trrasur,-a ,..rry slate of affair. A.-t. which must he spent on use- nlt>Ulkt, ,nd eriticum I* very
not only bacauj. it adds many ful work before the end of March hclprul preven, ,ucH rnlauikes
complication, to the adminWra- 1951. Valuable preliminary work , .po,"^ .dmiiuatraUon
lion of the Presidency, but alao has already been done by a local to g,,,^,,., c(Iorl, To ,hll, MU.ot
I. HIM no...... like, to live on Committee to determine the be*t ZJESZ ,7T|nl lent thin.
I help from wa, of using lh mone,. and help- i,"" It can b^a uul-dejtrovZ
ouUlde seems almoM inevluble. I ful recommendations have been SzJLi??.! _JSa rMt^Zarii
sl,,ld like to assure you that the made by the Agricultural Advise. ',h"mJ?0C'1.' , "J*'SlJJJLS82
Hritl.h OOvemment will be only from the Development and Welfare fc,'. 0X!l.n,ffOKLbllf.,it!
ily to give that helppro- Organisali
if It binds them to the fact
K" what ifcaTXd, r.hSwofk
Barbados, who
ptrly And that."Honourable Mem lh.it you still Mad further techni- .
Km I, where vou and I come In cal advice on cngiiicerine prob- fj> "''""' P*0"1' ol1 ,S u
FT,, "or vou in vou, debate, to lemroad. and so on-and I hope "J* > way of Improving
put forward your views as to what that the Coiutrucllon Engineer ">""'lon?- "" """ "V 2S
. I to tolv* rOUT dllncullle. from Barbados will soon be vlalUne "'""" "' country 1* increaseil
- md to put forward your view, you to give this half It will then 'ts government cannot afford
In a reasonable way so that people be peaslble for a final Develop- "" more
u.iisldc can be convinced of th" ment Plan to be drawn up. And Ihe * let us have criticism; but lei
lu*tlc Of vour flatemenl..; and It sooner Ihe better, not only so that be eonatrueUve criticism whl.h
1* for His Honour and for me to work can begin, but also Ihat the flue> that *on-.e of the re*pon..i
ee Ihat thoee view* are repre- Virgin llands may not lose anv bUlty rests with the pubUc anc
suited properlv In London rhance of getting a share of the with the critics; and above all 1c
Before I leave Ihe subject of further help wh ch has just been it be Informed criticism, based
llii.inn.il assistance from Hi. made available bv tha United not on rumour but on a proper
Majesty*. GovciioiH-iit. I would Kingdom I'arllMmcnl -which voted knowledge of thc facts.
A Baby Submarine Was Sent By
Diplomatic Post--*
And an Atom Bomb lsn"i any larger
By C1IAPMA.N PINCHER
Enough atom bombs to crlppl"
defences could be
brought Into this country without
the knowledne of police. Customs,
or the Secret Service. I connrmea
this whSfl I questioned thc Foreign
Office about the control over "dip
lomatir freight"a term "hich
covers packages sent between Gov-
ernments and their diplomatic
n-i>rescntaUves abroad.
The Fori-n-n Offlre Bgyi th;it
Britain's dcfi'nir .t UeSrCboO
in tlie use uf I Iii.- iliplumatii' privi-
lee Is "our trust In the honour
f the foreign countries with which
re huve rilpl'Tiiiitii' ifl.-i..
Could nn> enapon the size of
an atom bombwhich Wgfighs four
tonsreally be smuggled In among
us if that trust were betrayed?
A feat almost identical has
.(ready been achieved
An official report recently re-
leased discloses that the Italian.
wnwyji-H six weapons, each as
heavy as an atomic bomb. Into a
foreign country under their diplo-
matic seal during the war.
Smugxled
These weapons, which were mid-
get submarines of the type known
,i< ,v.i.-man torpedoes, wer-
smugnled across Europe to th-
Spanish port of Algeciras. near
Gibraltar.
The> were used in raids against
Gibraltar harbour and sank at
leapt six big ships
British authorities are satisfied
that f'i Spaaiards did not knou'
the torpedoes were being smuggled
into their, country. The Italian*
declared that ihe crates containing
the torpedoes were tilled with spare
parts for repairing a scuttled
Italian ship.
Their word was accepted simply
because the crates bore the Italian
Foreign Office seal.
To me all this adds up to a
leriktyhUI situation, Ily current
international agreement there is no
fixed limit to the sire and weight
uf friiuht whl.h a foreign country
(-an bring into Britain under its
seal.
n feUowi thai crate* big enough
tn err) the parts of an atom bomb
H> ibort->clrcuit
ens, if brought in by
foreign diplomatic courier
Loophole
o if all the legal measure-,
devised by our security authorities
tor exarainiiig foreign fraight ar-
150,000 Men Training
To Use Atom Bomb
Hy I i li* rii k i sMsIt
New York
MANY hundreds of men in the United
Slates air force now know how lo prtDM
and handle an atom bomb. It is dLsclOMK. In
Wa.-hmi!ton for the first time th.it a secret
nralnlag programme his lon Ihvm under
way and is now gathering momentum.
Those trained already include members of
the Strategic Air Command, who are con-
tinually flying Superfort bomber I
simulating those they would undertake if
war should come.
These crews, it is strongly indicated, now
have a pretty accurate idea of what their
actual targets would be in real war.
Air force officers in Washington reveal
that about 150,000 men (nearly a third of
the total air force strength) are Involved in
varying degree in the atom bomb training
programme.
Soldiers and sailors are receiving very
similar training, but in smaller numbers.
Eventually, a knowledge of how to prepare
handle and drop an atom bomb will be part
of every Service man's military education.
MORE IN THE KNOW
These developments were brought to light
after Mr. Gordon Dean, chairman of the
Atomic Energy Commission, had stated in a
Washington interview that since the CIov-
en-iment now had "a large fort- bi lnj
trained in the use of the atom bomb it was
inevitable that the circle of people having
access to atomic information had to be wid-
ened.
Nevertheless, said Mr. Dean, it still re-
11 uned true that only a very few knew
how to make an atom bomb.
A high-ranking officer, commenting on
I Mr. Dean's statement, said frankly: "It is
the Air Force's objective to tram everyone
at different levels, to use this weapon."
Specialists are being trained in "priming"
the Domb which apparently means install-
ing its firing mechanism and in handling
it before and after priming.
1R-MONTH COURSE
Such men must undergo IS months of
rigorous training after their general educa-
tion is completed. There are already "hun-
dreds" in this classification.
Just how many hundreds is still a military
secret.
Trained in much more detail are 16 nuclear
physicists, all of whom hold doctorates and
are Air Force officers.
These men. the elite of the programme,
are working at Los Alamos. New Mexico,
where the first atom bomb was exploded!
experimentally.
Eighty-five officers are attending schools
where some will take doctorates ana the rest
Master of Science degrees.
GENERALS, TOO
Sixty more officers will be enrolled in such
schools shortly.
Many hundreds of other ranks are being
given advanced courses in electronics and in
mathematics up to calculus.
Among the officers it is revealed 75 per
cent of the Air Force generals and almost
all the staff officers at headquarters in Wash-
ington, have now undergone special courses.
Fourteen hundred officers have been given
advanced instruction at a special school in
the New England mountains.
FEW KNOW SECRET
Little highly technical information is being
imparted to officers who might be taken
prisoner.
Their training is confined to how and
where to use an atomic bomb and its effects
when dropped.
They know virtually nothing of manufac-
turing processes.
Secrets of manufacture are still confined
to the handful working behind the wire in
the New Mexico desert.
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Two pictures prove the
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IIOV! IIIUIN IWO MAN I0RPEDO SIM I) OIPIMMIIC ItSl
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BtlDW AIOMIC BOMB UMOSI IKE SAME SIZE AND WEIUI
carried thi-out," iflUl too i-.
M Mini-. Britain*! dafsoam
screen will still Ih- wlCkl opM t>
an atomic Taarl Harbour" attack.
Pearl Harbour stio.il i
ban taughl m what the honour
of Totalitarian Btattf is worth.
Japanese diplomats, remember.
were ncgoti<.lniR- tn Washington
at a moment bombs started falling
on helpless U S. warships.
More pr* i can gauge
thc value of Communisms diplo-
matic bottDUl Itnin the Russians'
flagrant use of their embassy In
Ottawa as a spy agency, as dis-
closed at the Dr Alan N'min May
Trial of IMC
RrMrirtinn
The onl> BtCura defewe again*:
diplomatic sabotage would be for
the Foreign Office lo restrict privi-
leged imports hy embassies to the
proper diplomatic bags. These are
kit-bag-sired containers in which
ronfldential documents are carried.
All other packages addrassed to
embassies should be liable to
security and Customs scrutiny,
FIVE QUESTIONS
made urtcetil by Ihe PaRe Oiw
war news
# Omr type* of a.om bomb
are isruiluMr in America for opera-
itonal *'' There are large stocks
Of the Mark 1 tvpc used at Hiro-
shima and Nagasaki Surveys of
the damage they did In Japan and
.it Bikini rate each bomb as effec-
tive as 2.000 tons of TNT "block-
There are also slocks of
.. Marl. II bomb of greatly improv-
ed design and about live timc as
powartul
1, ir-pow*r*d atom bombs for
l.H-alised use .n the battlctUM can-
not be made.
ft It'iac iron..* be the atomic
bomb's raluc as a fleld weapon
again*! rroop* m Korral Very little
M An atomic bomb U
essentially a giant incendiary It
is. therefore, suited mainly lo
attacks on large cities and Indus-
'I'res.
On i
I 5.
GRANDMA'S WAIS1
ll>- Fred Doerriinger
LONDON.
British fashion expert and authoress Doris
Langley Moore today exploded the myth
about grandma's "wasp" waistline and
claimed that "Victorian waists were no
smaller than ours."
The small-waisted legend got around, she
said, simply because a .small dress, u pair of
shoes or gloves have a tendency to be pre-
servedfewer people wear them.
British actresses (.oogie Withers and
(.'oral Browne with an average 25 26
vMiist fitted 'quite easily" Into Victorian
costumes for Mrs. Moore's "Vista of Fash-
ion" show at London's New Theatre on
December 5.
"For film stars Margaret Leighton and
Margaret Lockwood with 22 inch waists,
actress Joan Tetzel, authoresses Marghamt i
Laski and Mrs. Robert Henrey the costumes
had to be taken in." she declared.
Mn. Moore further asserted that not only
were women's waists as small as in Vic-
torian days but women today, in fact. kMp
slimmer for far longer than the Victorians.'
Mrs. Moore explained that in the dayi
when the prim and straitlaced Queen Vic-
toria ruled Britain a woman of thirty with
two children considered herself, and behaved
like, a sedate matron.
Today a woman of that age feels that she
is just reaching the "peak of her attrartive-
" Women are much more active today and
their entire attitude has changed- Social
activities today are also a far cry from what
they were in Victorian daya."
Thc emancipation of women is not the
only reason for slim waists today. Said Mrs.
Moore:
"In England chocolate rationing has
played a big part too."INS.
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TrlVRSDAV. DECFMBrR 14 1Sg
BARBADOS ADVOTATK

PRECAUTIONS AGAINST
SUSPECTED SMALL POX
A SUSPECTED CASE of small pox was brought to
the island aboard the S.S. "Biographer". Trie am titt
been transferred from the ship to the Quarantine SUUon
at Pelican Island and the Chief Medical Officer. Dr J. P.
O'Mahuny. is taking precautions against the possible I
spreading of the suspected disease. He told members of i
the Board of Health of the situation at their meeting i
yesterday.
The Chief Medical Officer lias been gtvgn permission '
by the Board of Health to use available funds fa a vm
the expenses of the necessary precautions.
Xmas Party
For Children
Of Police
(miilukln of memben ol the
vj rates Porea *iii be given a
thrutinaa Putty nt the uulnct
A Station on December 22 at S.OU
p.m. it is expected that over 300
i. will be attending.
Father Christmas will be d:
Hifts i,, the children and
the Police Band will be in alien-
dance.
"Various children's game* have
been organised and plenty is pro-
vkted to vat and drink." the Com-
< r said.
Tne first party of this type was
MM last Christmas. On that oc-
casion ihe children took a keen
interest in Ihe Shetland
rides.
IOTORISTH
l Cttrtftmaa period. Th. _
sloner said yesterday that there
tnarally space at the Jubileu
Gardens for parking, and that
mure space has been provided In
Trafalgar Square.
' Now that It has been arranged
for '
Uu
pony
He
1 adsfc to lake the putatli eesn-
I '
certain niattan wMen k*nre .
bearing no the Vul.li, health of
Ihis Island and which h.ne DC-
eurred in the last day or two
One of the ships in the har-
bour at present, the S.S Rm
prophrr, left tendon on Novem-
ber 27th. and arrived here o.;
Monday. Deetmbvr 11th. -its firs;
Dort of call from London, with
nbe, u ..-in
Under Observation
This patient, a young Kn:
boy. has been transferred
the ship direct to tht QuaranUni
Station at pelican Ifland. where
he Is under observation He is
ispected. and I repeat snspeet-
d. to he suffering from small
pox. The ship has had the nc-
essary disinfection and cleans-
ing, and the personnel of the ship
have been vaccinated, or re-
vnerlnnted. with smtill \><>\ raj -
ine
ts
M 1 am indebted to the Cnmmis-
oiorims should have no |oner nf Police. Col Mlchellii
who iminediate'v at my r|UMl
has placed iaa*' patrol ovai
IVluaii Inland in order to stop
nny person who has no business
here from landing there In thll
regiird it li absolutely prohibit-
st for any person other than an
Authorised official of the Depart-
the Fontabelle 'buses to use ment of Medical Services to go
Probyn Street 'Bus Stand for to Pelican Island
> ii.mi period of the day, mo-! ]i must be clearly understood
toriSti can now park their cars at present that this lovel> Island
at Bcckwilh Place in the space Inf ours is not at the moment, in-
which these 'buses once i- ok up." i fected and is not in quarantine.
he said. tbut immediate precautions were
TMlfc *T JOHNS Cnurch taken to prevent in pa far as it is
Lads' Brigade held their An-'*wduY. n from becoming in-
nual prize giving day over thel'*"'^
week-end. An address was given The men who are working this
by Rev Mellor. Vicar ot St Mar- fhlP- of whom "* u nuinbet
Brib [has come to se*> me personally
The Commanding Officer. Cap- tn m* omf** "T .^^ b,y
tain Harold Rock, outlined brief?, ^'LS^'ColSltiS and
the work done by the Brujade'"^*""^"1^
during the year and also told of am ox,mm
plans for 1951. one being Ihe sec-
ond overseas camp to St. Lucia
and Dominica
Fifty Children
Attend Baby
Centre
The Black Rock Baby Welfare
League was founded 30 years ago
by Mrs. St. Clair Browne who
was also the first president Af-
ter Mrs. Browne, Mrs M. Han-
schell. M.L.C. became president,
but she relinquished this post
after being appointed member of
the Legislative Council. Mrs. N.
G. Daysh is the present presi-
dent
The object of the* League is to ",","i- .
help people from the surround- riving them the
|D| district will! tl-eli childr.'
and on some occasions mothers
come from as far as St. Thomas
with their children.
Th,. child is examined by the
doc-tor and if it is found to be
ill he prescribes the medicine
The mother then takes the
prescription to the General Hos-
pital where she is given medi-
cine. The League pays for this
iimlicine. Children are also given
cod liver oil. milk, food yean
and any other thing that the
doctor considers essential
Mrs N. G. Daysh. told the
Advocate yesterday that for-
merly the League was mainl>
concerned with nutrition bu'
now the Kreiitest call Is to advise
the mothers on how to feed,
clothe and bring up their chil-
dren properly.
The visiting periods are on
Tuesday and Saturdays. A doc-
tor and a trained nurse are there
to give advice.
During this year the attend
ance has increased and from
about SO to To children now visit
the clinic twice a week. The up
keep of the clinic depends main-
ly on the C250 from Govern-
ment and the 150 from the Si
Michael Vestry Donations are
also received fro
At the party yesterday after-
noon each child was given
enough material to make a gar-
ment, ice cream, sponge rake
and 9 balloon
the excellent m-operation 1 have
received so far from the men
who arc working the ship and
the men whr arc delivering the
cargo on shore Up to Tucsdn.-
2ti!S of these men and a further
number of Port Officials have re-
ceived the benefits of this excel-
lent protection. I am SXl
gratined for the excellent co-
operation of these men and of
the common-sense which they
have shown In this mattei
Up te the present 1 have in-
stituted further protection la in-
spect of the families of those men
who are associated svnn the port.
and 1 record my appreciation of
the help in extending this pro-
tection to their families, for the
attention of the Sanitary Com-
missioners of St. Michael, their
Chief Sanitary Inspector and of
their public health nurse* who
visiting these families an I
protec-
of
rcination.
M.H.S. Firmly
Established
In 5 Years
The Modem High Sohool.
uhich opened in 14*45 with two
pupils, to-day has on Ita roll 500
The school held its Speech Day
at the Globe Theatre yes-
terday afternoon wnen the Gov-
ernor attended and present-
ed the prizes
The Governor congratulated
Mr. L. A. Lynch, the hcadina*-
ter. and his staff on a very
interesting report and on the
many academic and other suc-
caasaj achieved by the pupils of
the School during the past year.
He paid tribute to (he head-
master who he said, had with
initiative, courage and conviction
established the Modern High
School as recently as six year-
ago
He said that the standard of
tho school could be gauged from
II i contents of the Report
v. -II as from 'he recognition
i rently given the school by th
i.'partment of Education and by
X'. e Oxford and Cambridge
r -amlnation Board.
inquFry^adjourned
The inquiry into the circum-
rances surrounding the death H
n--aOd Doreen (lark, .if
the Crane. St. Philip, was ad-
journed until December 15 by
Mr G B Griffith. Coroner of
District C" yesterday
Dooren Clarke was fished out
of a pond by her T>rofner. Glen-
ville. after she was drowned
about 11 am on Monday. Shs
fell into a pond near Riee< St
Philip
Necessary Precautions
You may reasonably ask your-
selves, whv has all this trouble
been taken, so far. on account ol
a suspected case'' I reply it is
to take all necessary precau-
tions which we have at our dis-
posal, to ensure as far as is
humanlv possibly, that a cane
may not occur in the community.
This precaution Is deemed as
being further advisable, some of
:he main reasons being:
1 The best form of defence Is
to attack, especially so In
this problem;
2 The peculiarities of small
pox. generally, this disease
as you know, is one of the
most htghlv Infective of in-
fectious diseases and U
therefore highly 'catching":
3. The unfortunate fact that
the population generally In
this Island must be consid-
ered, from my point of view
and despite my exertions
to the contraryto have too
many people in it who have
not availed themselves of
vaccination during the last
few years and who arc
therefore not protected.
4 The fact that medical science
has made available to us. as
a well-proven means of pro-
tection for any Individual.
"small pox vaccination" and
the quicker this protection is
given to us in any threat to
public health by this disease.
the better are the chances.
of :i Successful outcome
So far. the protection already
given In Ih itstanfl li limited
becauJp of the short tuna aim
arrival and I deem it
as very necessary to extend this
protection immediately to the
whole City of Bridgetown.
This Is advisable as in our popu-
lation there is no barrier between
the port of Bridgetown and the
Bridgetown area with Its sur-
roundings- I do not think it ne-
cessary in the Immediate present
set up vaecination Centres in
the Country district as gener-
ally the people living there have
no direct contact with the Port.
Such extension of vaccination
centres remains for the decision
later, this is not to say that any
person in any part of the Island
cho wishes to have small pox
accinatlons should not apply for
it to his local doctor.
Vaccination Centres
The Vaccination Centres will be
as follows:
1. The office of the Direct
M e d i
Wharf.
9 a.m. to S p
2 Parochial Buildings. Cum-
herlond Street. Bridgetown.
hours 9 a.m. to S p.m.
3 Queen's Park. Bridgetown,
hours 0 a.m. to $ p.m.
4 Police Station. Bav Street.
Further Centres may he started
from dav to dav. but notice will
l>e given in the Press
Small Pox Vaccination Service
Is free. I repeat free -to anyone
unending these I
As there are thousands of peo-
ple resident In this tnrait is ne-
cesaarv to five precise instruc-

Id l-e im-

is m this
2. R is further abeoi"'-
and the com-
munity, that those people
who have never b.
.mated should k*n
done Immediately In this
regard those who
go to their persona.
are free U> do mj. but t
centres will be speciaU]
and no nine will i>e wasted
in aattim 'i-u v.irtinated
3 Babies and children
sidered to te of BDCeia] in-
terest, and these should be
mated immediately.
4 The next class of people
should avail then.- lea of
vaccination are those win
have not been vaccinated
within UM last 3 i.
>' || considered thai
lion becomes less and less
after this 3 year period.
.*> Those people who have beei
vaccinated within the last 3
years, and who have in then
possession a certificate of
Va.uuation satisfactiii \ |o
me need not rush for vac-
cination, but it is generally
advisable that they he re-
vacei noted.
C>- j Deration
I remember last year after the
rful ilood of September 1st. hav-
ing offered protection to the peo-
ple of the flooded areas of Bridge-
town, and this service received
magnificent co-operation from the
people In fad 3,000 people were
protected at that time against the
diseaseTyphoid Fever which
i thieatened us. This proved
nc. if pii">r were needed, of
the remarkable common sense and
oi the inHipie of this
ind 1 no am a/all wara
thai the appeal SrbloB now
lake will meet with that same
dm comroonaeni corporation,
but indeed in a much larger mea-
sure.
One Anal word Than m
need foi alarm, it is time enough
to get alarmed should the circum-
stances warrant it, but there is
real need for attention to my
Which have for their ob-
ject the protactftOB and safety of
all of you who live in this lovely
Island of Barbados.
A short word about small pox
vaccination Itself, part of which I
am now about to say has special
reference for vaccinators It means
this after your arm is cleansed
and this need be only by soap
and water, and then plain water
and allowed to dry, a little special
liquid vaccine is place,!
id i, punctured into the
skin by a needle. This is pain-
less. The procedure for doing
this varies, but the vaccinators
know their Job and it is the best
method which I require,
Return to Centre
The vaccination must be In-
spected on the 4th and 8lh day
0 please return to ihe Centre
hese days. It is most advisa-
ble for all who go to one Cctiire
Uj return to that same Centre. At
period varying from 2-10 days
reaction stppears in the arm
hich is good for you. this gradu-
ally settles down. Very, very rare-
ly does one feel III from itpossi-
bly a little soreness or wnaas,
sometimes a little headache or
feeling out of sorts for a day or
two. Nothing to prevent one
except In the rarest of occasions
from carrying out the dally work.
But look at what you get in return
a protection from one of the
most serious diseases known to
mankind, and from whose threat
iklnd In any pan of Ihe world
has at present no real securitv
except by vaccination
Sale of lni.
The Board of Health agreed to
allow the division and sale in lots
of land at Bay HeldMuluns. St
Peter, by J It Alleyne. N I,
Roach and C A Thornton The
Board also allowed the division
and sale of land in lots at Bush
Hall by Mr. Rliene^er Alleyne
nd 141,883 square feet of land
at Shermans. St JVicr. by Justin
Barrow.
Large Advertising Signs Sk Months
To Be Diseouragetl or
labour ~
THK SECRETARY ..f ihe Chunbei ol ,
Intcn i
ptrat , i'iietlon I
[Hi abom ih* country dttrtcu The A
aiuii was lak. n i v ih.' Cuncil
merce a, their meet,,-., M..rM.,v
I K"" !5* T w'r R 'rhln^'
. Jude. of the A-UUnt Court
committee -pi
ALL EASILY DONE
Thiv mallei (.l
and hoarding was brought up by
air. Trevor Howrtna a: the l*i
Quarterly General Meetmi. ol
\OUR GUESS
Miss Diana Johnson, c/o Bni......
Council, was the winner of the
Advocates "Your Guess" compe-
tition that closed yesterday. Hats
was the ilrst entry that placed
- picture as the Merry-go
tbt
V.
Chamber. He Rave as his
then, that the
signs and hoardings
Hand ..s rapldb

upon bj ,
It was decided that th* Chai
her should cali
iig interested parties includi
: member of the Civic Circle
discuss the matter and if Beast-
b r arrive at some solution
This was referred to the tv
vesterdav The Pre-.
I <; Laacocfc Jnr. who retui -
eil u. the island i short >
BSJO, told the members that from
the Minutes of the G
Meeting he gathered
Chamber was> to tr to get the
big advertising hoardings abol-
ished hy the mutual consent of
the parties concerned.
Mr. D. A. Lucle-Smith said
that he wanted tu know if Bar-
bados J5 any different fro-i
other out set of thai
.idvciti'-mt; UfOl Kg I i
aaa vrhat wag it- oh .
these signs He dlsappoved of
unclean gullets in Hi
broken down houses and
but he definite!) did i>t see anv
hoardings polling t '
be.-uilv of the i,land

;
. Council
llll of the
:
Man an* .i is o:
c
aaa mads
wara the old 'bus slanti
in Trafalgar Square and the
Oardaa aasu IN Paro-
chial llui'dings
Mr. Leacock spoke v.
his interview with t .
Commissioner as ref
David Dough 11
igalnst Mr. Talma's dad
-
i of appeal
old The-r
1
'melime n t1 I |f|
was stand in t m Prota
hm stand and ""infill
'ier wilh j basket protended tha*
he was halpsnd bar while his
Mght hand went into her p,n-kei
"
u i eoppar
En Burk< ..w when
Scenic Pride
Mi
round at the King George
Memorial I'ark.
In the number of over three
hundred entries there were many
correct ones in this competition
Most people were able to identify
the picture.
A few however thai probably i
used a little too much Imagination
thought it was "Six Men's. St.
Peter Quite a few thought it
was the "Merry-go-Round at tha
Princess Alice Playing Field."
One that needed some llgur
ing out was "A wood on horj.e
carrier at Y.M.P.C. Grounds on
Monday lust." Bui one entry that
might have been written in light
mood described the picture as
'(Woodhorse) Queen's Park
ableak agriculture"
Trevor Bowrl
gife arauld !- the i
rival firms bagpn u trocl the big
Bdvartlsli a son oowa-
days on opposite sides of ea< '
other Such larue rifM ilitl in
his opinion, spoil the scent
beamy f n,, island Ha thouiu'
it was a case where the Gov -
anunanl should in the intoresl
of Ihe community as a whole and
i>f the people who had 'On e
iconic pridestep in and pat S
stop to it.
Mr LOfSBOCfc said that as ii.rc-
.sult of ihe Town ami CotgOtl
Planning Act in England, thes.
Dg hoardings wcro bei- :
slowl> removed. Signs on shop.
were not affected at all. but thi
big honrdings atonv; t BOUntl
side.
Mr A R F Ring
what |.s lliouglil was .. ong
connection *ilh the matter the.
issing nri iht montl
of tin Word "hiMi'ding". The
number of boardings in the
Island were vOO few If Mi
Bowling wai iworrlng to aigi^
mattai b it mj tl i re was .
large number of hoardings abon*
the country districts was. In hi-
opinion, i ,h,- Incorrect A* .
matter of In I it woulo anM
that some people did not undei
stand "hat was meant I
Mr Bownng said that he at'
not think there was any irusul-
derslandlng At the Quart erl'
Meeting the motion he hu.l made
was amended and accordingly wm
made not to Include signs on
shops but big advertising signs M
in a Held and along the countrx-
sjde. He would tell Mr Km*
that quite few people
agreement with his iMi Bow.
ring's) opinion.
LosJBl Arrangement Unlikely
Mr A II Br.vden said thai a'
the meeting it was pointed out
than was no Ukallnood
ting a voluntary or legal
ment prohibiting a man putting
sign on hi* shop. When it < ame
10 the big advertising atgp
th" countryside, nowovai
felt that it small committee mi.[ht
intervi.-w the partial
with a view to get tin* ihen. ad-
yortlsa m aome other fon
Tha view was finally ggpri <
by some of the members that
the Secretary of the Chamber
Jong with some member of the
I Ivtc Cln ii- should batarrloo tfeo
parties concerned about the nat-
ter. Some felt however, that It
wa* a matter which the Cham-
ber should undertak* to took
after themselves. The latter BUS>.
gestion which first came fi-m
pani Rag datioi .. o it
sistant's breakfast boui In BndLgo-l
town. He said that Ina I
loner had SOW
quile wfllSBg t.> |.,
In the Press and he h.td done no
Ha had mentlonel. however that
It was quite clear 10 Bin I
words in the Regulation
time of .onimencin: duty" COUld
only mean from the rime Vrhen an
assistant ropOftOd (Or duly
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of commencing duly.
it asf ;m hour foi lie- d Socnj
thought f'"t tha larm i
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i Lints two hours In a dav
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A lattar from the Acting Finan-
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inegnbers of tha council i
Informing them that as regard:
the Inquiry of the Chamber nboul
the doap water harlKnu '
ier was at prosonl localvlng the
atMntioii of Iha Oooornor-ln
Uvt Cnruir.ittee
Another letter from the onVOR
who hod been acting for the
Colonial Seeretnry l>ef. >
rival to the colony, refei n
public holiday that had been ulvee
irrlval <( the Wi
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THE LONE RANGER
PRANK STRIKER
iM it-TO WE S'LVTR '
iuut rs ron the low ranger ^
DtLNER THE M TO A SHAC K IN T
WOODS
rn*T5 wflr the^^s he whlgctaI
UK RANGE!? WILL] BLUET BUT NOT
BE HAi TIN EH i^A AS EXPECTS
tfPPECK*
f WD TOO FIND SOMEONE TCMVl
I TO MAKE SILVER BULLETS TOR J
I US.TONTO?
UGH.
JEWllE
PECK
MM UM
V
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BRINGING UP FATHER
V'&Wi
WELLSfCIFTHEVWUKE I
\QtS LEFT BY THE G*J*i OF
TERRORISTS/ I
.. yj*;
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
. I C.WMSD Iffifit
-^ 1 AW CASJ4GS" )
I

PEEK FREAN
tlllllll AVS BEST IIIM I IIS|
OBTAINABLE AT AM. LEADING STORES
TRY THESE FAMOUS PARTY AIDS
CHEESELETS
MARTINI CRACKERS
PLAY BOX
TWIGLETS Etc. Etc.
DELICIOUS & APPETISING
w
>*--***>v-'V>o*-.-**?*>*
o
s
\*W-
SOur CHEF has a certain
viih food that rnaka
item rm the Menu
'* -allv fpeciiU. Enjoy our I
| ilatothrilUni dl I
THE GREEN
DRAGON
FOR BETTLR ME\L9 X
1; BETTER SERVICE X
S For Reservation Dial 3894 9
->T*
,^whf
H
tril/r these syrups
and Marmalades
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
r-Ot> 'N m V I
*s vs -o %\e
ALL WE S-*
SOI tmOuSht
TO WSEvC
rani* ,
OTK.
-~9CflA...TVBE i
SCVE5XTV AT
IS3N69AO utS_f I -
I ft HAT DO >Oj
'
THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES
hWT0fBS "XiudkouST RILE UP THIS )
WAIT1M60NT* )OLF C5SCOWU18E J
cock.maybe *-^00t> ak? nastV*
Wt'OBETTtBTdKE)
THE POUGMOuTAC
IHECA-
Extracts & Condiments
Bovrll.....f 1.60 .90 f .GO
Bonox IBeel Extract! .70 .40
Marmll. .9?: .60 .32
Ground Ginger .69
Oxo Cub.. ....................... .22
Caimans Mustard ............ .57
Madra Curry............76
Histo ................. .33
Custards and Desserts
Bird* Custard Powder S .38
Birds Blanc Mange
ow*e .......
Chlvers Custard Powde:
CUven T. lellies
Chlvers lellyCreams
Hartleys lelly Crystals
Monk & Glass T. Miles
Blaec Mange
Powder
'.
SOUTH AFRICAN MARMALADE i-Ib Hns S .46
LETONA MARMALADE tin .48
GOLDEN SHRED MARMALADE, bottle .47
SILVER SHRED MARMALADE, bottle .47
HARTLEY'S MARMALADE, bottle.......................................38
LYLFS GOLDEN SYRUP. Hns 23c 4 .42
AUSTRALIAN HONEY, bottles ........... Sic & $1.06
BRECHIN CASTLE GOLDEN SYRUP, bottles ...........................69
.S3 .90
.22
Liqueurs, Wines Etc
Cointreau SS.00 S3.2S
Bols: Cherry Brandy 4.00
Bols: Apricot Brandy 4.00
Rols: Dry Orange
Curacao ...... 4.00
Bols: Creme de Cacao 4.00
Beau lolals (19431 ... 4.00
Chambertin (19431 4.00
Moscatel ............ 2.69
Juices and Squashes
Silver Leal Pineapple
Juice $ .39
Letona Tomato lulce .33
Brook's Tomato Juice .38
Trinidad Orango Juice .33
.. Grape Fruit
Juice .23
Cox Apple Juice .50
Orange Barley Water 1.28
Lemon Barley Water 1.26
Pickles and Sauces
Morion's Mixed Pickles S.53
Morton's Piccalilli .53
Morion's Chow Chow .53
Morton's Gherkins .76
Helm Mayonnaise .48
Heini Salad Cream .46
Lea 4 Perrin Wor.
Sauce......77 .47
Anchovy Sauce .45
Household Requisites
Lifeguard (Germlcldal) 9 .72
-42
Dettol ..... S1.36 .52
Phillips Magnesia .90 .46
Enoe Fruit Salts SI.00 .59
Andrews Liver Salts .67
Liquid Mansion Polish .94
Min Cream .40 .20
Windoltne .31
MEAT DEPARTMENT
NUM.. ilSTRAI.IAN iiill IN
STEAK. ROAST. STEW. HUB.
LAMB MIIIIIIHI.V (HOI'S. LEGS.
BACON. Sliced
(Sliced)
APPLES
in lb.
TIP*
mm.


THl'RSDAY. [ill I Mill It 14. 1J50
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
I'U'.I SEVEN"
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TELEPHONE 2501
mi ii
BBetaWM 11 i. i am
I mml Mar.**

i
MOHCNCt BROWNE . in
IOBUE Yclerday .1 he, ie.,.1,...
Beck In Hill Bcckl*. Road. MAI
'Mist i .,, i,,,, ,
late reaMoco a* *S> -.
afternoon for M. Paul Cr,.ncn IV.-
Rtrces ana lltfnF* la Ihe WeeBfcsif?
PiMnosi w
Eiire-. ft*,-.. Guibount* rord*. John
Si. Her. Mane flMnder
*" BENT
HOUSES
ll III M SHI'S
AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
ii v
1-
IN MEMORIAM
p> ri*d mi. in* on the lh
A tier eight VMM vou are not fr*1-
'MM* dear
A.hI li.ded IBM i-m -ill be
M l i MM MKI mriri.in UM de.il
*' *H always nmmbtt Thee
to be rtfinbi I, Ui .,ia
Mr- rw.rgr D. EasUnond .1'i.rer.U.
Mr* Merlr llarrla ...d oigrM .sisi*r><.
Clrdc. Ralph and Trevor ibrolriersi
ATTHAtTlVE mWDWD PVAT
'.-dug In al Hastings, suitable lor
steer, or araatf Qood V*rai>d*h
Ufe b.lhin, T.lph.i* IMA
t 1150 II r
orrar in m. qrjxgo* street
rrrir. 1st January IHI Anlv * JAMB
A LYNCH Co Ud
ID ;
,.,,
J daughter ___
I OW wti
"' beyond on
Sad and sudden .- the i
Of thai dear on* kited bv
f hh-tuw no wordi
<>l th* lut One r loved a
[ our dear b*>><
i owMA'^r.
I ceiled lo he
Dwtmbtr I Ma
n,
Swi'l Mara do aJM HI
r*>r today has brought before ua
sad memories or (our yaan agjo '
EV*r lo be remembered b\ Bamsirl
lirafetle i lather- Mario,, Thosrlpaon
i. .the.- G*en nlw Derus anal Bar-
clas 'broth*.,.. Polly bunu. Wal-
lar. Yvowne and Noel iCouMnn
Tieaaurad m*mora of Mra nXK.
PA Al'GUXTt'H (OBIIAM who a
called to higher .ervlee ... DeeerribM
14th IMP
I'.ipps and Bulling always canieni
Lover and mpeclrd where nf.
riod -aw tn road >
The hill, -.re Raid lo cl
lie gently ard her !(
And whispered peace be
br remember ril
-vcd family Donald ihuil
iMtii Edward and Crors.
.he
by Hot b.-
IN luiina; memory of our bektvcil
lather OJaOKT DeCOUHCEY AR-
departed Ihia life on Decent-
Mi I*. 1M*
When we imnorr part
H give* i"> itiWenl pain.
I .re ,1111 join.d in he.it
Ami hope lo meet f*in
THE ARTIIUH FAMIt V
din) l>ei-*rn-
I'llllll NOTICES
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BAK1IADOS
M TH* ASSISTANT COWHT OF
AI't-l-AI
'Eajultable Jur-.adirtioii-
VAIJWMAK LAVOSOTON MCIWN
1W pununrt ol an Ordac I
In lb* above action made I
day ol October ISM. I |lv
having ,
: Archera !-. .
ny lie
aflAtm* All that mt.-i>
eel of land allu
the aald pArlah ..
land aloreaaid coniaJnlne b,- admeasure
nient laenty patche, b> the aajnv. mo*
or laai bultlnc and bounding on landi
new or lata of on* Archer, on land, n.w
or latf of one Ford* and on Archer.
Lane aforeioid or however ekae to*
ame may butl and bound To ecina.
before m* an occounl of thr bom
cUlma with their wltneaaea. asnMMili
and vourhvn. to be eaaminad by me on
any Tuesday, or Friday between tno
houra of II inoorn and 3 o'clock in th.
afternoon, at the Ofnc* of the Clerk o(
tn- A laiant Court of Appeal -t IB1
Court llouae. Italdfetown. hofor* the
th day of December IBM, wr order
thai auch clalmi ma> be ranked ac-
cording to the natur* and rw>m
thereof reapertlvely: olhe
peraoni will be precluded
benefit of Ih* aald Decree, and be d*-
prtred of all claim on or eaainM IM
aald proMTty.
tlaimanta are al nollfled thai tb*>
>1 attend the aald Court on Wednet-
Ci. Ihe SBIh day of December lf*0.
I* o'clock m when their uid claim,
will be ranked
Given under my hand thi* ]||h da)
ol October IBM
I V. I.IIKI'
Ad Clerk ol ihe AiMatant Court M
ia* iucO
Appeal
II 10 JO ;
deer molhri
hlldr.
i ItSO-III
IN lovlna- ii......... ..! f. in .In LJONEL
SKSXTw who wai ...lied H t.irher aer-
\m on December Itlh iwa
M.-pl>.t ana .nouni alway- ..intent.
I. vrd arid retpecUd wherever h
1 i,. .,.:,(.,, Ufa , f noble end.
He died a. he lived everv body fnend
bi rememb'Ied bv Doreen
Kurie Moore IVrnval and William Allesn*
llrand children' William Allevne On-
II2 n
roil sn i:
AUT0MOTIVF,
TTUrcK III One Chavrolet Truck
flood Tyre* In perfect workliif order
C Unl-rt Si Tudor 8 Clly Dial MM
11 i*.ao*
tXECTRlCAI.
AMERICAN DHEI' HtlJVI.lt 1
b ' In m-d w. r-.i order a1
Baplh Beard ahow rooma, llardwoo<
' !'. PfHm* 0a3 U 12 rto :
1 U.E.C. 10-Valva Radio In good ardor
1 .-- II IJ SO 3n
IINT- GFNrJtAI. El. etile Stove. Fkt-rl.

r fttfal OtHi Cvei-tl U.itiT.t. e-v>
: C.l. Brtamel For fur-
' i 14 11 m> ii..
r"URNlTUKK
FURNITURE Larfe variety ol Cock-
Uil tables in Mahofanv. Cedar
Birch, alar. Mjhiat.in; Dlnlna T-l
P.nner W.hoik and Dinner Chair
Ci.i.d choice of hid' bond-. 1-irdcri and
I'editenda, At Ralph Beard'a Show
n..rdood Alley. lOppoalte
Cathedra.1 Open daily t am. to pm
OFFICIAL SALE
OARBADOA
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF
APPKAt.
(Equitable Jurisdiction >
VAI-TIEUAK LAVLNUTON MfCI^AN.
Plain tin
AMEY AMXL1A ST CT-AIR fUaWMJ
Notice I* hereby Rivet, that br vir-
tue of an Order of the Aaatatanl Court
ol Anneal dated ihe 11th. day of Octo-
ber !* there) wlD be aat up for aale
"lhd*S Mdder al the Office ol
-- t
Bridretoa
loom and S
Friday.
_. Ihe Cmirl H. .
oota-aaea th* Mau. of II (
loaal la taM aJUmoon on
SM day *f DM amber I MO
All thai certain piece or parcel n
land alluat* al Archers Lane In lh<
an id pariah of Saint Peter and lsl*iio
aforesaid contaJnln( by admeasurement
IWeSkV perchea be the aan.c more oi
or late of one Archer on land, now p>
I.-u- ol one Forde on other lands now
les> bulling und boundins; on land! nw
or late of one Ford* and on Archari
l*n* aloreaaid or however elae Ihe asm*
may bull and bound. And If not 'ban
old th* Mid property will bo act ui
for .air on every succeeding Friday be
tween lb* same hours until lh asm.
U sold for a sum not leva than 41 13
Dated this llth dav of October IMO
I V. OIULbM.
Ag Clerk of Ihe Assistant Court o(
Appeal
11.10 f*
FORM I
llif Land Acquisition Art.
IM
'o*n I >ill aetl on Frtda-
I
ee iie.i hi Fnet F- rfiftMTs how 111 Itat a-- Ausun
< m Osmaged Is, Ac.iaa.it .|. IBM 11
HJ" Morn. ?W., p Term.T-h
Vt?fC-JfT ORirTTTH
Auctioneer
^_______________*S II JO 4n
AUCTION SAL!
TO-DAY at 1 o'clock Dayrella
Ro-d CMp near -tseaani Hall, a
hoard and -hIngle Hou e 14 s B
Terms C-H R Archer MrKrnMe
ll*o
UtAL ESTATE
THE undersigned sa,ill art up for apB*
al their OfRce. No H High "Areel
rldgetnwn. on Thuraday. the JBth dav
nf December. IMO at 1 pm the
Dwell, nghouae called "Sheldon-' and
Ihe land thereto remaining 4.046 hi.ijic
feel. Ulu.ie at shot Men .Jnd_ Upper
Rnv Street. St Michael
In-pectlon on application to Ml Eat-
wick al "Lusmore-. Upper Bay Street
For further Particulars and Condi-
Ik...a of Sale ap[>:
COTTLE CATFORD A Co
11 It SO- im
i'i:nso\ vi
The public are hereby warn
giving credit to my wile.
FORDE myself responsible for her <
elae con trading any debt m
my name unless b*
sighed by MO.
Signed EVERV FORDF.
Waveil A>eii<
Black Rock. 81 Whs.
II 11 50-
i UM mi: I.ICENSF NOTICE
Ii i, rr>s HRADAMAW
hSN granted to her i. reepect ol -
hserd and ahing>e shop eltecheel lo re>i
d.nc* a| Black Roc! SI Michael l
.mseaion h. ,, e wtil LSaua* Laranar
.1 bottom floor of board and shlispV
k. ..oing al Eagle Hall. SI. Msrhaol.
Deled IhU 'Jth da> ol December ISM
TV E A UcLSKlD Saq .
Police MarelraU. Diet s
Sgd E WALXBR
for Applicant'
N M r .. application mill be con*.
>: ..l Police Court. District "A", on Fri
ShV the Ztnd dav
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
rMM (OMMIMgt'K SO 57/U3II
B A MeUWD.
rO-DAYS NEWS RASH
Browne's nautit'iil Almsnsc
INI,
Plstignum Nibo for your
Platicnum Pffn
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY
AND HARDWARE
CARLTON CRICK ITT
CLUB
LOST
WATCH Ul Small Which with black cord ba Belleville and the Bua St gar St. Reward offered i...n. i. i.i d Between p by Trsfsl. I1I1S- 1"
BTC TICKET. Serin Spring Meeting ll l-i. M < lice C D BTC Off! <; HM MM s* return to
TAKE NOTICE
KEYSTONE
Irade or b>
Hertf..rd^.lr,
Manufacture!
1 Rogli
and girl
ieea address Is Elatr
England. trading
has applied for '
a trsde mark in Part
ler In connection with
tilled to reglru
month from the
ItSO unless son
llth dsy of December
* person shall In thr
notice tn duplit
l trade mark
11 WII.IIAV
of Trad* Marks
11130 "
TAKE NOTICE
COKE
oralion of the Slate
led Slate* nf America
address it
York, New York, U 8.J
anufacturrrs. has sp '
Irs I Ion of trad*
of Register in conns
i.illc beversges. syrupi
- prrparslloni
or business
Avenue. New
trading as I
for tha ratji
In part "A"
with nor ....
concentrates
Ihe making of such beverages, and wll
be entitled lo register the same af
- from Ihe '7th day of Dece
lies some per on .hall In
gtv* notice in duplicate t
ms at my oAVe of opposition of sue
registration The trad* mark cat
seen on Application St my office
Datrd Ihls llth day of December
H WILLIAMS
Registrar of Trad* Marks
mum ji
;;;;
NOTICE is hereby s
i the
i- Ih."
^rcutivi
CHAIHS Sit.rdv Chairs well Rnlshed
IP Walnut, or Mahogany. Suitable for
Office and Mom* Only M.40 each.
a W. HUTCHTNSON A CO.. LTD.
Dial 4EB. IltSo tin.
I1>W1-S
F.wli Also Fow
i. m ..ble iic.
POULTRY
and other Run.
Andrewa. Ut.i
IA 13.00In
LIVESTOCK
HORSES Suitable for Xatal* Work.
ApPlv Wahefleld pl>nt.ilio Telephone
^I3 t 11 90-On
MISCELLANEOUS
AUVUIATF H PltTOhlAI SOIVEM*
1 W I 1M0 Record Tour lo England IfdO
'nreword b,' His Honour Sir Allan
V.Uvmore At Icwdntg bookahop. II o*
Ihe land, detrrlbad _.
Schedule hereto and situate al Eagle
Hall In th* parish of Saint Mirhnci |B
ih* l.land ol Barbados are likely lo be
r.ertcd for purposes which In the opln-
k.i of the Cov*rnor-ln-Ea*cutlve Com-
n lllee are public purposes. nam*l> for
- ditrict market.
THE SCHEDULE
.M.I THAT certain parcel of land
.part of Ihe lan^nlry lapda of a place
clled BOSVIOOi containing bv e.limn.
lion U Bin .quare feet Bounding on other
land, ol the same lensnlry on a pri-
vate roadway fifteen feel wide on Eagle
Hall Road and Bank Hall Cro Road
aid lo be in ihe ownership of Honour
able Mi- Muriel Hsnschell
Dated tin. ith dav of December IBM
al Ihe Public Buildings In Ih* City of
Bridgetown In Ihe I land of Barbados
B> Command.
H N TURNED
l Beers
'g 11 J"
"A.vn:
HAHhVllOS ANN I As- RSVIAW
rhe popular magailne for frienda over-
... Buy yours to-da> 1 .1 "vor.le
Ullonery. Roberts suiior-rry. W*ain*r-
rads and CownopoMUn Drug ^>
BLOUSEB. SHORTS.
work or play. UN U
Ilresa Shopp*
FLOWERS A FEATHERS For Hat.
ar.d Dr*. The pielt.e.1 ever i.hown
See them at The Modern Dre.. Shoppe
II I
i |g
ODTT fSBTfl Attractlv* Gift SeU of
Tm Spoon-. Porlry Forks. Fruit Itpoons.
Cocktail Bats and many others Prices
. lo- a. WM t O W HUTCHTNSON
- co- LTD DUI M UtIMIh
' HANDKERCHIEFS FOB LU>tU OR
cillLDKEW I" raclive^ tl'-d par-
rels of a dosen Only .* The Modeni
Draa Shopp* ii..ggo-*i.
HAMS Australls 71 cents per lb
>",?* canu per lb. Raisin- 40 cent.
per lb CurranU M cent- per lb C
Herbert. M Tudor St. Clly ^ ,|.ag__an
JUNIOR OVOWWI Am.l> In wrll-
Ing with cop lea of references i<
Manager. l.ower Eatat* Factory.
B ll.aO-on
for OfTIci
WrlU P. O
BUM r.
IADV Esperiei,ced Lady
work References required
Bos 2.11 Bridgetown
MISCELLANEOUS
tppiy Advoeata Buying oept
Picture of Barque
i.reened lor repair.
y*ar* ago Phont
Office, or 1MB Hnlili
ST JAATEK
I Barbado. ov*
Carrpiglon .M:
TAKE NOTICE
SCHLITZ
hat Joa Schllli Brewing Compart', a
mration orsranUed and evlellng under
law. of the State nf Wleromln United
a of America, show Irade or busl-
> addres- Is E Galena Street. Oty of
Milwpuk**, Slate of Wisconsin. US A .
applied for Ih* regllratlon of a
le mark In Part "A" of RegUtrr In
nection wllh beverages .alcoholic ana
medicated i Includliul beer, and will
entitled to reglatar Ih* same after
.nth from Ihe llth day of Derem
lie. IMO.
inle.
ntlme give nollcs
ny ornce of opptwltum i
r'gintr.tion The Ued* mark i
en on application at my office
Dated this 11 day of December IBOn
H. Wnj.lAMS
Kegl M 11M> 3n
ANNUAL DANCE
AT PLEASANT HALL
HOI SE. St PtHrr.
I Kindly k-ni by Mr. Ceorgw
Gill)
On Satarday, 161h Ufrfm-
bt-r. IfM
Muvlr by Prrrj Grpeei'g
On In -tn
AdmlMlon by Invitation
i ,- -. i |1 M
MAKE
THANI
BROS.
Your Shopping linn.
LADIES'!
His Excellency the Governor h*u been k
f State for the Colonies that he has been |>lraned lo approve of Ihe
following; appointments:
Mr D A WILES to be Assistant Colonial Set iii.it v ith
effect from the 5th October. 19">0
Mr A. A HINDS to be Asii*1ant Sesjretarv, CotattUtl s.
*3fnt-e with etlect from tho lt September. I50
Mi F L COZIER to be Auialani Secretary. Colonial S.
OrBee with eh>ct from Ih. Ivi s.i.ton.1-i. IVM)
SHIPPING NOTICES
DUNLOP FORT
CAR TYRES
MOKTRBAL ti status
EmALARTg. fjajgw
-MANE iin*
M S -TONOARIRO" l. cheduled p|
ul Adelaide January 4lh vn......w
nuarp llth Brisbane Januasy rth.
'dney February Tlh Arriving at Til-
dad ftr half March, IMl Baibado.
ltd March. :MI
This ve-sel has an.pl* spare for Hard
i'li" and General Cargo
Cargo accepted on through Bill- ol
ddmg wllh tranatiipment *l Tim Mast
ui British Guiana. Watlisglll Wlnd-
iard and leeward I.land
Fr further partKuUra appl)
I llOOSh WTTHY A COMPANY
LIMITED
Trinidad.
BW I
A DA COSTA A Co Ltd,
Baibado..
Aganta *. ^

Tho MV Tsiihbee -a ill
accept Cargo iiul Paiaeiiger. (or .. .,... %.
NpPta and M Kilt tailtn*
rrlday 14th
RWI MHOIINg* OBMB-t.sin 1 tTION lit. Per O ClirrSMAN
II Tele 404T
W Mcoa, SisamAhip Co.
nw Tomt sravick
i UI December rnegg Barbados llth Deoember.
riv*. Barbados Mt January.
NEW bbHAM "IBVH'g
..?l-*,"*d n^.Kovsmbff arrive* Baibadoa Tlh December
Barbado* tlU December
KM TIBOINB
'Alcoa Polar.-.
Alcna Ptlgniri
Alcoa Pennan
CANADIAN 1BBIVUT
SOBIBBULND
ROBERT THOM LTD.How Tork and Uulf Barrtc*
Apply DAOOBTA CO. LTD Canadian torrlco
WORLD'S MOST COPIED TRACTOR
,..yt th* ONLY on* rhor
gi'vi you All the rovofuffOnory
FERGUSON SYSTEM hatu.it
TAKE NOTICE
CONDOR
T.t NV POPES in ,\ AH I:. :
I KNKAIIHIEKEN. a company orgr
and esl.llng under th
Kingdom of Ih* Nelherl.nd.. wh>
or bu.mea. addreM Is Kvllenstrssl 14.
Venlo *Th* Netherlands!, has applied for
lh registration of a Irade mark In Part
"A" of Reglatar In connection with
electric lamp', particularly electric in.
c. rule are nt lamps. flash-light lamps
olacharg* lamps flume
LADIIS' Embn.idereJ Aitglalso j"
iH-autif.il degi> *"d colour. >"^."/,"_
g.ft bUTb,-fi1^@
lAWffl
NRW PLASTIC
bVMj
. Gold Bells- Th*y ar* very Pf*ll>
^Jr2S S tl. Th* Modern Dre^
.-.1-
Ll'IKY DIPS Dips thai
,re re.llv
uch llems
..tile, for
Fee SaleCont'd
STID. fiATK Two il Top Hung
('..llapslble Steel Gales -ultable for door-
sr.rt n. wide g ft B Ins high
Apply D M SUnpeon A Co Marhlll SI
10I1M 'n
Tr-A SETS-A most useful and attrac
tiv* Gift. IB ptoro Tea art* in sever..
uealgna and drcorallont Pun. low
..MBS set G W HUTCHINSON A CO
I ID Dial '.'.; IIIS-I f n
ns
oar new hatb *1?*Kr
inly be found at Ih* Modern
. UM to M W Th* Modern Dr..
OKI WINTER COAT Phoi
Vl-tSTIC SHOWER CAPS
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PICTORIAL WUVINIBM "r*."","
die. IMA Record Tour lo England 10*0
Foreword by His Honour Sir All-.
Collymor- Al leading book.;- fij<
RIBBONS A large selection In
vet and art .UK The Modern D.
gnoppe W.11SS-
TOWELS A FACt CLOTHS
n ak* fin* ChrUUna* Gini ant .
nably priced Th* Modem Dress Sho)
UI1.SO-
VAlJfkES For Chlldrtn I
Handbag., or needlework or I
Miners In Blue. Hed or Bro
1-eeordtng to sU* 1/- M 4/S i
*rn Drees Shoppe
electric arc-lamp*, and carbon.
lamp', illumination- and Cnrlitma. tree
ilKimlnatlon nutfUa. electrolier., filling.
bulb*. reSecton. searchlight, light .had**.
auxiliary apparatus exclusively destined
for u. in the electric lighting field *uch
a. choke-coils, conden
rr islances. Ignition rwltchas. safety
fi.ws and automatic Inalallalb.na fo
afe-guanslnf. and will be entitled
-center Ihe urns after one
Ihe llth day of December
or,., penon shall In IB* mea time give
Totice in duplicate lo me at my office
of oppoiilion ol such regi.tratm
st my office
D.ted this llth d>. of December. IBM
H WII.IJAM*
Regl-lr-r ..I T.-ds Mux.
iRUau
TAKE NOTICE
COCA-COLA
*That Th* Otca-Cola-Con .
no rat lor. of th* Stale ol Delaw
States of America, who e Irai
ness address Is BIS. Madl-o
New York. New York. USA UadUsI >
Manufacturer*, has applied for ihe rea.
tralion of a trade mark In Part 'A <
Register In connection with i
beverages, syrup* and com.
other preparation, for th* makaig of
beverages, and will be entitled I
d" of December
person shall In the I
in duplicate to me at my office
opposition of Ouch rogldratlon The tra
mark can be Men on application * r,
Dated thl. llth day of December, 'too I
H. W11JJAMS
Regl.trar of Trade Marks
M 11*0 In I
IMWDING ESTATES & TRADING CO.. LTD.
(ICKSTEIN BROS.)
WRAI' DP TBOII OOTfl WITH
GIFT WRAPPING PAPER
- FROM
the fl.VIHW. I UlUnill M
(CENTHAL FtH'NDHY LTD FKOPRlETORSl
Corner of Broad *\ Tudor streets
I WARS. CHiARKTTES. CKIARETTK LIGHTERS
l'i- mi- Hokrd ll< h ol \ II s by CadboryEry RownUee
CNERYAosoru-d Hindi
tram 110 I.Li AS LTtt.
"XMAS NOVELTIES*
By "DELAVELLE'
*f Hand Street, tug I and
The Funi.
YBJ/1W POI.ISHERS A I
ful Item for only II renti e.
Modem Dre a Shopp*.
i 11:.. .
TOYS XMAS CRACKERS left
ever from the Annual Baiaar ar* In
Meiers C. S Pitcher A Co'i show win-
dow Plea e buy on* arUcI* and help
tl* Old LadMB' Hosn*."
HUM- Sn
TOYS Dolls. Rattle*. Otinv Shaot-
ins; Cap* snd many other Toys You
.III And as* attrac"
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The application of ARTHUR L WBLCH I
.1 Rolle Gully. St Mkher! I
...... t.. erll SplMI Malt Llqoura Ac
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Dated IhU llth day of Dercn.ber 1140
To - A. McLXOD. Ess,..
Police hbsgietrat*. Diet "A"
ARTHL'R L WELCH
AppHcan
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be held I
Bl Police Court Diet A
Ihe Und day of December IMO st '
i clock, am.
E A McLEOD
Police M
14 II -
Motor vehicle owners
, wlghing lo take this oppor-
i tunily to sell their can are
eked to present them at the
above addresi before 10 a.m
the day of the sale or
phone 2741 for driver. All
vehielea must, be In runninjr.
order, unless otherwise ar-
ranged previous to the auc-
tion. ,
Vehicles will be sold to
ths highest bidder unless a
reserve price has been ar-
ranged.
Selling time 14 pm
Sales strictly Cash.
12.12.50.4
SHOULD THE HEAVY RAINS CONTINUE
DURING THE CROP SEASON. ARE YOUR
TRUCKS EQUIPPED WITH NON-SKID
CHAINS TO TACKLE THE JOB' WE ARE
NOW BOOKING ORDERS FOR--------
Parsons Non-skid Chains
PLEASE INFORM US OF YOUR
REQUIREMENTS EARLY
Write us or Dial 4269.
ECKSTEIN BROTHERS
EAT STREET III DIAL 4-'
BLIi: ORCHIS l Mil l Ml
in Viking Ships
1'laatlc i .in' ir Park
m Heart Novelty
.. Vaae Nbased Vlala.
IIEWAVKLLE'M :
By CANDLELIGHT PERFUME
in vase shapetl vials
"( HESTA PACK" Nvvrlty ranUiiu
I BLUE OKCHIIl PEHM'ME
. BY I'ANIILELK.HT
II.." onakr Meal < hrUlmaa (.Ifla
l 'ir your \tnaa ghopplng deal ai
BOOKERS (B-Dos) DRUG STORES LTD.
Broad Strert and ALPHA PHARMAUV. HaaUnia
j I
llfi-t-'s /.< go Mnlrv that fmitl $
I'rohlfin to i/"ll #'>'./
Trinidad or It.*..
You can nurrhum'
FOCARTY'S
GeFT token cards
at $1.00 $2.00 & $5.00 each
They can be exchanged for Goods
at any of our Stores in Trinidad
or B.G.
They have a Greeting Section and
may be sent through the Post 1
as a Xmas Gift.
IniiV uourwlf of I lit- I mililii~ '.
atfordvd hu purehaxinu
FOGARTYS j
GIFT TOKEN CARDS


PAGE FIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TIICRSIIW. 1)1 (I Mill II II I'.-d
The First Fight At
Madison Garden
HW JOII\ IIXICItlM.ION
NEW YORK Qe. I
NEW YORK'S da]
there and such notable* Flo Ziefflcld, tl.-org* M
John McGr.-tw and Col ike K upper!
So were 17,075 other i-portani'n.
drawn Jointly by the prosi.it
of a light heavy weigh! i
ship tight and b) curiosity about
the new Madison Square Garden
rrom the ring, bedecked ,ih
bunting, leather-lunged Job
Humphriesgrudging I v u-mr .1
lirst timeintroduced pram Mr
Tex RJckara. who M
booed by the crowd.
The new Garden was Kickm I
dreambuilt on the -itc o( 1
old streetcar barn with $3.uO0 it .
loaned principally by MM 1
Jionaires It was the latent m H I
111 sport* arenas and remain* .<"
most famous indoor sport* clt. 11
in the world
Main Attraction
For the main attraction on
first boxing card that nleh'
Dec II. IB25, Kuk.n 1
Berlenbach derwadlng hi> II hi
heavyweight onai
against Jack IJclaney
Contemporary .:
that the b.ut set u high -I
dard of action for the fut n
fight cards that were to 1 11
more than $15,000,000 Into tla
garden coffer* Said one
porter:
"Both of them were Mea
at the flnWh Both of \> m
were battered and bruised kd
weary Both of them v re
Jut 25 yearn age, CM mi
li.in.mi-s loaned Tex Rkkar
S5.O0O.UIHI to M> 1 l.l 1)1. 'new
Madbon Suaare (iardci
I>e*lined an a bo sins chad.
the Garden has since hecon
the scene of almost even no
of Indoor tportlnc e>n
rrom basketball to ri.
haws Bui flash back no
with International News Bar
vice to the flr*l prlseflght :
the but 1r.11.....which Pa '
Berlenbach tucccasfiiUy u*
fended the light hCsWywatgl
championship against I"
Delaaey
had gone
wpent. Borly'
*****
Delaney. so dazed after
second round thai ml sal
!vrh' stool by mist
rallied to put the
"Astoria Assassin" un the .
van. But Berlcnbarl 1
to win the 15-i
It was not an altogether pop-
lar dcciMun. bill DtM
only a few months to wall to
lain the title In July. IW6,
he decisioned Batlenbatt
Ebbetf. Field In Brooklyn
Delaney and Bei lenii" ft
were two of the most colourful
fighters in the history of the
175-pound division.
Talked!
Berlenbach. a deaf-mute in Ml
childhood. gained thr families of
speech .Hid haarlng when ha
accidentally touched a live v-trc
nd was knocked winding He
learned to right to avenge the
taunts of boyhood playmate*
then turned to wrestling to win
the 1920 Olympic Middleweight
title
Five vcais laicr. his flailing fists
defeated Mike M.-Tigue and gave
Mm the light heavy boxing crown
Outside the ring, he wu ihy and
Mlf-cITacIng His ring earning
were estimated at more than
hair million dollars, moat of
which was invested 111 bonds and
subsequently lost In the market
crash in '29.
A year earlier. Paul had i.iosen
hit hand lighting Larry Estiidec
He retired from the ring .it..I f-
time was a professional wrestler,
a aport which he quickly crime to
detest.
Comeback ?
chanced h 1 tuck.
The atrategcrn paid of?. After
u inning the 175-pound title from
Bcrlt-nbacn. Delaney kepi it until
1
fighting a 1 ftrt and re-
el the Iltli
H ...
1928. win
ring to enter business. Delane>
l.'ps .Hill IhiUIIS

'is been
through



are in-ir for <
for iiimo*' everything in addition

.
hockc.% Bti 1

ami in political convent
The poat-war boom la roort
ono enter-
o But
DOW the U.nni has passed. Iiiilding
Qarden will re-

men for met
LN.fl
He Won A Race
For liritain
On The Sea
lliiiaaaasg.
ha won the ii*5<>
lime In HO yearsfor Britain, haft
II la the story of the lints)
'
1
BriUati boata Mokoia an
'..ih also ttRik part in th

The three yachts lef I
with their crews, on board the
v Araby in M.
They sailed (rum there : N.

crack American yacht
beginning the 2.875 mile rae
ross the Atlantic lo 1'
The hook, written in four weeks.
ted with colour, plate*
howtng notne of Ihe mounta ou
rotatra which tl
' 1
IIm.li. ap Win
ak fro n

strain, the erOWl were reunited ul
b on July 34 M :.
1
i.mdicap by IWO
hours.
One of n
reasons for entering the race wi
to grow a beard, but when mj
. 1 to ;Jiave It oil
b> A.i
New Police Training
Centre Unlikely
DIED SUDDENLY
it 1



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Colone) R T '
sssrvaaaai plan had
nlj at hi>
il 12.45 p
the Public Mortw
m k ng
AN OPPORTUNITY
REFRIGERATOR
Oxnet boustit IMS>r B.lt,*. a-
CM) .....il. ISMM
SIT IT WOftKINO
I !-' OAS SIIOWSOOM
'>" .*inf MatitH
BO
ST VINCENT De PAtJL
SOCIETY
AT Y.M.P.C.
Samrday. Dec. 16. 1950
Mualc by Mr. Hoary
Banulatara Orchestra
Ar!mission : 2
ft/Aatfoe* in m* ott&t
2 xstAs eirr
j IMIOIH I >l
SOI Vil
evrifs
FL0RALENE
I
ted for evuy I
THE BOKNN BAY
KIM CO.
* V. wtlt M.i 1^ RSGIHTCKKDM
S M ksi v MSOCIATIOS m

..1
1. r. n
Brian Close
And Shepparil
I lil Centuries
I'AN'ilEKKA. Dec. 13
An unbroken partnership of 179
betvsi an David Bhepi
Brian ploae in U alO
Inning.-. rai the
plaj in the
match batwaau Ihe MCI > 1 d
Bouthern u h *
w ,1,
Tha mah h end* d la .. draw
after the S. uti 8*0 Dsftl
164 In replv to the HOC
first innings total of urn 11
dlteh tcorad .12 not out
1
At tin the MCC
were 281 for .1 artcketl
nlnga Both 8
and cio^e arara 108 n I
Keuler
Thereafter, came a brief aaaaa-
back attempt 111 the ring;
aa a bartender and night club
bouncer and running n uolf drlv-
ange.
r the past ten yeaca, Berlen-
bach has worked in the Em n EM
Krtmenl of the Jacob Rupper
cwlng Co. m New York. Ills
interest in the ring still is uvely,
and he is an astute (udgc H
flghtei 1
"Paul m '
says a business associate. "He
never bets anything else, but he
seldom lose* when he wagers a
cigar on a fight.'
Delaney was not an Irishman
as his name would Indicate, but
a French Canadian named Ovila
OiapdeULne After a dismal
early career Chapdelalne'a con-
tract was purchased by Pete Rell-
ly for 900 and his name wns
Tennis Fixture*
Owing t" bad whem.
lid not be played
1 Club.
To-day's fixtures are.
tfgfl I IK.-.iM.-
Mr. D E V/oma an
Atkinson >^ Ml K D I'-it-'
and Mr A M Wilson (To ><
nil).
Mr p M<<; Patterson and m>
V, H. Manning vs. Mr .1 H C.
.,ii M, A O'N Skinner
C. <' Manning and M-
I p Taylor n Mr. J I) Trtm-
0 and Mr C B
Mixed lHraWe.
Mi L Rraiuh and Mr. D. 1
lawless V8. Mr and Mrs D. B
Woime.
6.C.L Fixture Changes
Aa a result of the two race dayl
lost month on which no games
In the B.CL. cqmitctition were
played, the dates in the fixture
carda had to be amended accord-
ingly
I This being the case, the List
1 the City, Central, s-h.hi
H Ddward divisions win began
. . mil .1 DM
tad that tna following Saturdaj
rve 11 has
1, id 1 there will be no
. ny lr anv of the ."Ivarloni. but
that the games will conclude on
December 30.
With respeet to the Champion-
(Up division, the changes havp
resulted in Saturday next hem
the last day of the present serie
The last series, originally fixe
for Dec. 9, 16 and ft, will now
take place on Deb. 80. Januarv 6
and 13
in the flavour!
And what goos in ? Why pure
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