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PAGE TWO F LOWER have until Ma and orchKr KIOWCT: ifth, 1MI lo Bel their exhibits ready for a Rower show which the Horticultural Society are h^vini on thai date at Uueen .Park. lViWri..'Venezuela and bis. wife Mcvu6 CaUbu} rchiff KIOWFT> —' M i r*W:U_ Al)\< kTI TiiiR-jm in ( I.IH:R :* iso ARTIE'S HEADLINE -(Ufeii u tutn. nrSf mlda %  bewilrt.r%  Is a school teacher at Uic school in CsMaam Tl Chief*. Son W HEN at the > ear's end. Lord aayiruj McGowmn leave* the chair,,v h,s Ban m> Of Imperial Chemical lnoustiM* hu family's active aasnri ation with the business will end Tor neither of hi> aoru work< with *"**** %  Nyaaal the company, of Afi But one of them, the Hon. William McCowan, now an Insurant i broker, can fairly claim that he owes his life to I.C.I. After beln fc bedly anuubeO up ughtina in the Middle East. h. became the :;i %  Allied soldier to be treated with peucUnn. At that time It I. had almost completed experiment* with th. new dru fc It was decided to make the supreme practical test on the chairman's gravely wounded son A supply was flown out to Africa, and for days the drug was applied. Bill McGowan recovered, and penicillin had arrived at the war'* Rreatcst lile-saver. With T.L.L. A RRIVING on Christmas Lav from Trinidad to spend a holiday with his parents waa Mr. John Lenagan. son of Major and Mrs Denis Lenagan of "Don Zoyla". Rockley John ia with Trinidad LeaaeholiH Ltd.. in Polnte a Pierre Footballer and Cricketer A T praitnt holidaying here is Mr. Itogcr Ulackman. Itarbndian Intercolonial footballer unit cricketer who Is at present livin;; in Trinidad. Roger has been in Truildad tut several years but still r-omes over periodically for a holiday. His wife and two cbUdroi accompanied him. Mr. Blarkman is ihe son of Mi and Mrs. II. D Blackman of Chi 1st Church. Annual Dinner 'T'HI. members of No. 6 Club of Eventually Tk*K JUSTICE MANNING h< LWM * j. Judge at the V.ctona Law Courts. B.G ami U now laSt Vincent, is now holi!"!" d i Barbados accompanied Mr. Jiuticv Manning has seen abroad in many parta of the Br,-i--i t;-. ,..,,, li.cTu'dli^Moin "'-"id and other part.*. ..-'II as Palestine He has paid several visits to Barbados and eventually hopes to retire here. They are staying at Cacrobnnk Sugar and Oil jyflK BARRY FISHER, Carom ***• Ltd's., Accountant who wi^ holidaying at Cacrabank, has nturnexl to Trinidad. Mr Petor Thurston who was also holidaying here s '"'-•turned to Trinidad where he is an Engineer with Tranidad Leasehold.'. Ltd ,,\ Polnte a Pierre. Barbadians Come Home Children* Party H IV.H SCOTLAND of Trinidad. Secretary of the 77 Cultural and Social Club. arranged a ruts Party for 200 coloured • hildren in Londosv He secured services of some European ..d coloured artistes In London to entertain the children "This always : Dual highlight* of oi i lulrs .t.ti\ities" Bewildered Calypsonian L om> KITCHENER. King Cai> psonlans. jved ton iniinv invtta turns "to sing calvpeo* < festive seaaon In ataftli M reel headache" says Klteb "'U this -1 didn't know which to acceal and which to refuse". So he tried 1" IX' prvson' %  vorvwhnc ori Kitchener may soon become 'ubiquitous Kltch". Lialton Officer M H CHARLES MRXI. West Liaison Officer at th Colonial Office, says that he ha heen busier than ever during th paf* few week-. With the UnifteifttSBl "ii holiday, many stuksntl 'rum the Provinces have and nearly all nf hem are desirous ot seeing Charlie about one thing or the >lhrr "The pressure at the oft* it,** says Charlie, "but best to help everyone." Rootea' Agent A RRIVING on Friday noon by Trinidad an i. Jimmy Kcid and their daughtei who came over for CturiMma* Mr. lu-id ia a director Messrs. H. E. Robinson and Co. Ltd who .magents for th< Rootes Group In Pnrt-f-Spaln They are gfaylruj gl the HU' Returninn In January M RS riJJU U!IIBE and her grand-daughter Marsg Fl..i AluTOn have returned to Venezuela. Marie Flor, who is a pupil of Jie Ursuline Convent is tho Ubtei uf l); and Mn A..:.on Of Caracas. They hope to return In Barbados in January B.B.C. Radio Pr^rtaaf S KVEitAlBarbadians cajnv home for Christmas over thf weekend. Mr. Lisle Webster, who bin charge of BoviU and Skeetc'.. office in Grenada, arrived on Saturday. Mr Malby Trimmtiigham, Miss Bboila Lewi ,.,,,, eicame in on the Trinidad fllKhl on Saturday. Mr. Trlmintngham has since returned to Turn dad. Mi Robert Macdonald. though 1 "t a l'..u l„,,ii.iN .illhough he hiiM '->. 1 1 Sd for meny years here, arrived ? ew ". *"'vi^1 is Trinidad on Saturday by B W I A to spend Christmas Svith his mother. Hubert is with the Canadian Bank Of Cnmmw ei in I'ort-of-Spain. Two Trinidadians. Allan Vleira and AndreJardlne. appurcntlv f i.fci Barbudotf Trinidad hey were also on the Saturdav ing night from Trinidad. Mi the Qirls 1 Industrial Union. Thco Alleync is back in Barbados held their unnual dinner at Hotel Royal. Hastings. Christ Church, 01 Wednesday night. The guests of honour were Mr Aubrey Douglas-Smith. Dr. H. G Cummins. M.C.P.. Miss J. Ros; and Mrs. J. B. Bxoomes. Amorii' Uifw pmem wrr r Sir* O S,mmiiil*. ll- P. armmmid-. Mi A S un — n il. Mr St. SinmnMi A W mS swdi. MUr Harper, M< • T T MrI*od. M. t H M.l*jd. Mr D. Pll pirn. Mi*. I II**-. Mr C B,,-.M. snd Mr Konnnii JDIU< Mr and f" Kin*. Mr and NrP )* % %  >>, K Kiss. Mr apd M<. H the Nowcnstl returuad trotn Grenada over week-end. He will manage Estate In St. John New Administrative Secretary -yf It C A. GROSMITII. OB.E.. AT* newly appointed Adminiatiat.v.' Sectflary to the C'omptrol ler for Uovelopment and Welfanm the West Indies, last week suul L4K*odnyi to hat coUavsSuai .it th .. %  batch. ""&T' c M,r.",n-. itfcWr~it sCoIonial ofllce as he prepared to ••. M lr 0 lnU M ii-<-i.. 'lenve for his new job. It la undera*n>u : Mr E wetr. .i>d MI., a (fOoIHto which leaves England toMrs. rr.i MrH Mr A cwnbuaeksh BY THE WAY ...BY BEACHCOMBF* A MAN who grew woaiy ol the crowing of a cockerel •y night Aaed .. bit of WOO d ifcpve Its pervh When the bird r;Used i, s head to crow. „ bfuKS ii against the bit of wood, and lh crowing died on Its lipa. To stop his cockerel, crowing f?L < HL? r Slr *>'*">.s (Whom God Preserve), of Utrecht, fitted each bird with a kind of bras* umbrella-shaped hat This was suspended on delicate wi^ above the bird's heed When it began to crow, the wires conn-*ted by Uny string pulleys to toe mnvlcs 0 r lb, throat act in motion n cardboard Isver. A„ the taroat muscles contracts I this U*K released cat* on tho brass hat. which opened slowly Us* an umbrella, and rleacende-t owr the bird's head. th U s niufning the noise When the crow was over, a spring clicked back, and the hat rose and closed of Its own accord, thus freeing the bwd's head. Mv About T NTENDING visitors to next year's Festival must have been IMemttfd to read that t^inee for whom there is no accommodation In the bomb shelters m.v be housed In London's, mih,1 bsrracka: and. I suppose. n back-garden shelters i r hc •uburbs The troops could bo moved to police stations, and the potlca to the ncwci Qovegjuntat oHlces DLsplaiTd civil eould be billeted on houaelioldurs Any visitors left over might sleep m di s us ed raltwa> iaiu.i K es n. railway sidings, „ r in broke 1 bu**s, lorries. kwuiels. honhouscs, and rabbil-hutchcOnlv ,?. ,,0 PP">ti Clinstni;^ 1951 High water at London Bridge. i., .„,., 4 28 p m Size In collars. I7| Watch-key number M70 O. Wtl tk-vurrvnvv AT a 111iH.1i tht other • man in the atalls got tapjwd the conauctor shoulder, while a lady wi inn the violin He said in whisper. "Is it UM. lad, making that noise?" o< r.ot." ..1,,! the conductor n "It's her violin'' "Thank:. ly" aaid the man. .,, the theatre roaring with tor. night a up ami %  n lh,. playa loud who's course ll.d.lv nwful%  t left laugh*, / Say. Lw>k ll ?K Eur PU the Purentvs which hare rml„ 1wo pa„e . laaSSasfli 1 p.m. Life IF. BrlUln. IIS N*war**l. 1*1 mi, FUu-a J p.m Thr Nw>. 10 p m I liwm Itrnaln. I IS p m a>o1M p.m. Hlna up Uw Cim Wr l-.In .linn. p %  •• Th* Ni-. p.m. The Daiii. %  arvsee, 4 IS a % %  >. Trmplr und thr Vandyke Affair pm. The CaOwdr-t Org.i... S li'lin" Chalcr. S.1S p.n W l.i.,lS JO pt., Light Orrhvatiitl Mini (l *:. p m Mrrrhnl W^ MewaleltiS l-.rn. Australia va. f.i^u-'l a.SH pi i nf si i aaa, •*) p. rtom oi UUM ITI itiaimnr. •** pm. UilrrluSr 7 pm Ti Nrwa, 7. p.m. N*. AnalyaU>. 7 I'. W* %  >• mitain. 1*3 pB>. Brrirand .'-, B ,,m. tU..!!.. Nrwrtfl BIS iw. Think on UiMa tklnn BJO pm Ulo I" lean Man III. BJ' n London t'oimii. io p.m Tha N 10 p in rram tha tdllurl.l-. 10 IS p.m 104S pm Bpaclal T1-, .-:. I. at tha Londoner Poson't ii. i:ii a* amp. (I) 111 1" l.lil.lJ. L II BoltiUir lull lU aad III* SaUV ins BriiiHID car. it. (Tl u. old kngiion gold coin. ,*i la ^'.ri> OsekVkraa. (4| p.^ru„ l io( Bute from 17. A ioni atride lives this. (4) IS. Provea a mwtake u mid* (Si I i. ii -ii. 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IHL'RSDAY, DCCEMBEK 2S. 1950 l:\UII \[KIS \IIMK'\TC PAl.l TIIRIF CHINA THE COLOSSUS-A WORLD POWER IN THE MAKING Leader Mao Tse-tung has five big problems on his mind g Braaiaa ftHKli Trsop ifriagitit ffhili lif arcs tar Red tti Matt I* aaUftas mM II LjJsiAr^\<:"g^= PHIL IPPICS j, •Ina's profnoti.Ni to the sutw i (it-eat Power arises more t *he collapse of Japan and O" v than any real IIKK-^I iT pe.ice or war polenliul kt remains a primitive, overlu I a t v d, under-developed trv which ha been lorn by ••nee 1931. But she has all btura] resources to become aossus —given 50 years of stul war with the Unite •ns before the end of the jrv would man tha IndefDIte ftonement of Moo Tse-tunK'i K-lcrm development proBy ROBERT JESSEL ifranune to convert China from being a junior partner in the Communist alliance into an equal partner with Russia and even Hie dominant Power in Asia Mao has five big ptoti his mind: — 1 With 4.000 miles of coastline, China has no adequate navj to defend her vital sea I lit* Canton, Foochow, Shanghai. Tsing-lao, Tientsin, and I).n —and so reap the fruits of any future victories In Indo-Chma, Siani, Malaya, Burma, and even India. 2 China's land links with Russia (via the Trans-Siberian railway) and Indo-Oi: Inadequate for major Ira easily vulnerable to .,. %  Inside China, (here are fewer than 8.000 miles of railway track. equally vulnerable. China has PU air defence of her own. I Her main workshop awl arsenal area, in Manchuria, la an easy laruel for enemy bombers. i .. must look to forelfn countrie* for technical help to nevelop her mineral and industrial resources It is tmprobabi. that Russia could provide this help or th;,i KM nuld want to put Soviet techmiians in Ke| positions throughout China. 1 Mao iiiipes tlia: the whole of South-East Asia will fall into Reds hands within the next ten years WITHOUT open, fsnaraj war. He wants to be in a position to transport and use Us petroleum, rubber, sugar, aluinn mm. rn.nnani'.p. .in,I irr-i j,he could buy* over SOU t-Kii! buttles from a district %  nut 25 residents. Those are I renta dozen. s iusl i iff ore and lhat the bottle ll best. a) tald that women of her 1 dial more in three-gill botBecause B.B.C. and coca-colu •> trc usually returned by %  ink sellers to the makers of IAO drinks. Fenders Damaged American Column Our of the rear fenders of the caw X.S22 was damaged yesterday morning at about 10 45 when It became involved m an acclaent with the van M 594 along Lower Bay Street. The ear i-, the property of Dear's Garage while the van which u owned, by Goddar.l & Sons, was being driven by A Hewitt The car was being drivm by Arthur Chase. Where Is All The Scotch? Front \ > < 11 IU^.IMMONWBALTH BEAT {GAL GOVERNOR'S XI ALCUTTA, India. LKc 28 m Commonwealth i .Mfete ( i the West Bengal sft^or's XI here to-day by v i, f Investigation Scotland Yard adjourn ed n dime detection class it> %  %  i n Tiielad the ta a drugstore and arrest. ad "Mad Dog" OstB Wright gumn in and OtW of (he i-iuntiv' %  ii. at srantad cfliDinala. IBM rtlSlNESS: nnly twool I newspaper critic' Bl b show. %  Let's Make an Openi *' H ill ol the Noaa oblact to "'-• spukei i o bai half dislike tN miM.ui pail ,i. unanimous on t' ,'iirewcll concaft of Sir Thomas Beechain and the Royal Philha'munic Onhcstra Their verdict "Superb THIS EGG IS A MENACE TO CHICKS Season I Greeting* Stuart & Sampson ltd. Lxtrnd to all the Com %  JhBJSjgSsj of Ihe Season and hV-t Wiahf. for 1951 v V 11 k*. i.iii wi* rut. c*p< Bum t>*m Putirhai ta OraiOnU.1 l.tSS Urn' Ml. Cpi 11. rJvuf. Dam ChiHtvljal • ii. i. rapt ttoam. Sram Liverpool ^rt-mnf* Philip H DavtdMci. ft fc-r,. s', C.pi S*lv ft~m imt-.ai Oiilana II I Vt I I i %  .. Gk>rl> Ii. Cat* Oiynn. for Si Brl M ; I'Mli.. M.r. '* <..i %  %  Ctpl UfQulUin, tot SI LwM Pllcnm. 3M1 tornoi. CP as OtB'.iatiMi TUMI | Ha-.th.rf1 i .• v v n.fi...i 4 %  ,„, I ll'-nada _ %  1ni.T^. s. •*) i T-.ni.lart f I* La-lv R,.hi r US) H I.Urte nL CapI. CM. D* IH Cati %  I Ships In Touch With Barbados Coast Station e*i. axrt Kir*)*.. wi Kt*U* lhal lhav ran %  "h • lr.llm.in* ahip* IPtou|h UIOIT %  .TI..1. C^* SUUBO S.S. avr. 8.S. ilaablanca. in Fjiipivaa i>( BcolLiiiil. ss Mam Laiun S-B Chryunlh*. S.5 ldy Ntawa. 88 itrraw. S Dnrodm AS Dolor*-. S S Northnn IJgSil*. MS S Oavai. SS Gavafnr S Ail-r,i Eap>irlr>. SH. rolka BfrnadoUr. htt Rlu Ihtl. S.S S.li-Ur. SS M.ltn... We thsnk *a for S8JBJ ssUrunaic diiruu: use And ih >• I PriMprrea* Hftl Tlli lISMdR, AGENCY \ II CLARKE. Rrlmonl Road N "-" t ? *. I.EONAROS ClIl'RCII 1 I SOCIAL and DANCE ^ .t ,; ^ (Till uiLum. rtasjsjga s Is %  • %  I ^ Till RSUAY 11. .. %  ,:!. %  : S. ItM UiMlHKlON: 9 GeaU U — Ladles Is ad | ALL ARi: HIM .'S.'.'.'.'.'sss.'*:::::::;:'*:'.' CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE" fCleanse the system from blood Impurities ; min; sufferers from rkeumatte aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, bolls, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive great benefit from this well-known medicine. 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Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504 WC WISH AU OUR I I While ilothes are whiWr — coknircda are brighter, with the rich lather ol" Rinso \ Hasy and gentle, Rinsoamibcatborouichly — ilfioataout Uirt in record t.mc Dishes lake on a new -.i>rklr loo, when washed in Km.... Soifyouwaiucakaaf.quackarand bauer waahing reaulu— uae only Rinao I RiNSOfor oV your wash? Intestinal worms arc a cxmmion CSRHC of unthiiftmcAs and poeir egg production in poultry. Since all poultry runs may harbour worm-egss the bird^ rhould be pnMKttd by KNMilM mstsMM. Monthly dosing with 'Phcnovi*.' b ihc most effectivc mcthtxl of preventing 'PHENOVIS' wonn disease from gaining a hold on youf rirds. need W vary ihc feeding Matt before I... tii.>.i> M ',. •. to ..-ii..v .ha r--.kH, 1 l,.l.l.,,. l -..,v", u l,. I I,,, -,„,„! %  -... %  !., .!.,, ..,„. %  in I, ,„!,,,!, tianiral WS. for 'OwJetOva' I* %  #•psradoaUr 'roaas N.mr..lm.,( tooda. Tba apacLal %  •>>*iliii, tf aourlahiuaai will.', Oval


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PAOF TOU* BARB MX )S ADVOTATP. IHMUT HFC rMWIt in. H.-.I. BARBADOS fr.--.-—1 i AWtXffiT f" ---1 Thursila\. Ilrremhcr 28. 1950 I.(Mill >ll I I!OIIS DURING U i di bate In the LafialaUva Council un the raaolutton to provide funds (or the eonptetion ol the St Leonard's, Schools and lha i'ine i : caution was sounded by Hon If A. Cuke, He advised 1 take sUx-k of the good methodi which had been adopted in the past. Slid out In what waj they were beneticial, and, where necessary slick to them. This raises another point which might well be adopted in dealing with the expenditure of publk fundl There should he a Finance Committee & uprising members of the I! ise of A^M-nibly to examine reaolutioni and hills which have been re" ferred to a Committee. This committee would have it in then power to co-opt any member ol the public or of any other body who could contribute anything io their investigations. This-suggestion has been made I of the obviou-s lack of scrutiny of the votes from the Traaauo to the Architect ,% I Planning OfBoer who was allowed to CMCl thee* achooL. ami houses without the supervision of the Public Works Department. The result lias now been seen. If these votes had been subjected to thorough examination by a Cominittet oi the House it would have been realised that the estimates were too low. If the votes had been subject to the practical handling of the staff of the Public Works Department it would have been seen that, judging by similar votes in the past, they would have been exhausted before the buildings were completed. The members of the House are responsible for the funds drawn from the Public Treasury. That responsibility does not. however, end there. It.is their duty to see that the results from this expenditure are the best which can be obtained under the circumstances. In the case of the Schools for which further sums must now be voted, it is not only that the funds have not been spent well but that the objects for which they have been spent have not yet been attained. Educational facilities in this island are extremely unsatisfactory. There is a shortage of teachers and all the schools are overcrowded. These new schools were to answer the public criticisms against superannuation and to satisfy thaw parents who claim that they are willing to pay but cannot get places for their children in the public schools. The money has been spent and education is still suffering from the same defects. Meanwhile public dissatisfaction increases. Close scrutiny of resolutions would be a means of preventing Uiis unsatisfactory method of spending funds and asking for rcvotes. It would, of course, cut across the recent practice of the House of allowing resolutions to be sent down from the Executive and passed the same day on which notice has been given by having rules 88 and 89 of the House suspended. The greatest Speaker the Barbados House of Assembly has ever known, the late Sir Frederick Clarke, warned the House a few months before he retired that the Rules o| the House were made for a specific purpose and that the suspension of these two Itules would lead to trouble not then envisaged by the House. It was then an inIrequent practice and used only in cases of extreme urgency. Today it is the rule rather than the exception. In the House of Commons a Committee is appointed to assist the Speaker to certify money bills, which cannot be amended b\ the Lords. In Barbados there is no necessity for ft crriillcote by the Speaker. The matter seems to settle itself. But such a Committee would not only be effective in saving time, but would ensure that public funds were handled in a more satisfac,.(iy manner This in fact, is the peculiar province of the House of Assembly. "The Red Threat In Latin Aaneriea" Bi MALI OI.M IQflOM WASHINGTON. Dec 2fl Intensified conmualsl m 'i iii Latin America is regarded today as a serious threat to thu security of the United Slates. The situation is such, in view rf th world crisis, that Secretan Of Suite Dran Achcson ha* called for %  ea n f f DCe of the foreign Ministers of ftt 2' American Republic* coastttutfnj the organization of A States. In callintc the conference id discuss further economic, pplft!cal and military co-operation. MMfton warned that the ".iggrensive policy of mtemationa 1 communism, carried out through Utat, has brought about a situation in which B* m* world ithreatened" %  lahliilhln. I l,lll< INUiM |*ia.a ..( lha worU. rotnm.)... 1'"nil BmtKj Ih* Had IIWBI %  lhr*ai lo h f i B >B hl fli •oUdanly in nt rrtala hH M" underSarrMar* at Stala Dean in hi> tall 1<-| ol Ih* rorvtm WnlaWra ml ll Am-H <* n.puhim lo (HanaM of n-.rrtins II. M-I'ilm JoitnMin, wrilr' .rtiran <* ,i l*..liua Pl* Win. I.* mi m r at National *>o n Mr •rant lor ho farta lo thr hlt*.t rltl*ntnallr and Ihl.lll..", HI Watnlnston in. ludin. %  Malm*%  paciflrallv with La* Ammraii affair* a(ha* afln-t -nr IhUWd Mla'a* Thl. —itaa palr.l. mi I and * plain. ho camrrtiini-l -CtlvHlaa H*l dan*r tor tha Unit ad %  In 'ha IUM.-.I *> %  ••*>i active cooperation of 1-itln AII.II.. .•. to rum'. progress being made b> I keep l jim Amerlrans convinced that Iheii interests %  rtth our own. Stressing the economic imporlLaUn America. Assistant Secretary of State Edward O. Miller. Jr. IT* .-hsrge of InterAnwrican Affairs, pointed out recently thai lw.*>(J purchases by the I' S will total at least S3 5 bitrth iif goods Mtller also said. 'More than one half of the valuof our Imports from Latin America consists of strategic raw materials. I-atin America provides all our requirements from abroad are generating a campaign of hale f vanadium, quebracho the United Slate*. They tor oil. ,II.I %  rooting civil unrest. Irving to fitment revolutions against notably inslablc goveinments, itililtra!",£"' 'T" 1 "J .t.Omln OUS fact of ,,ng trade unions, other' political ^nT^ r ne?, which the State DoporUuti,! is ^..lies and tho governments ** lUlly awai-e— Is 'at whflo world themselves, at lent ion '>K i on the n i l the threat All this is a %  ireo of enormous %  Ruorai the#*ot.-nti..i damage to u.s. tatarii are working cease-tests. particularly it war comes I tut America. Thf> avew ,, s vmim wafcc S " ,,hRu "'-' dm Ami rka and. in the event if there is war. the communists The ,-ase of mangai w,.r. lo prevent us from alresdy are (casting that not a 1( an exampli; ig 'IrBte^ic supplies which drop 01 "d or other strategic supnld lonceivably spell the dihVrplies will reach us from Latin .-. .1 .ind tMal America for use agulnst Russia. It Is. therefore, vitally import( I hat is the official over-nil view ant for us to maintain the friendWashington tothiy. Highest "It ii a source of more than 90 per cent, of our purchases of mice to the south wo secure from 75 to 90 pgff i iii of our imports of petroleum, beryllum, Usmuth. coppci and iodine, and from 40 to ir. per cent, of our imports of sisal tin. lead, zinc an'' i-mtallte. "In Uie future :lie importance i>t I-atin Amern strategic raw material* is more likely to increase than to decline .urce* point to specific deveiop•nts In specific Latin American untrie-t In support of thnt view. .iich can be summarized as Hows: Ph %  Communist prograi America is by no meanw, but Is a part of communism's nounced program of world iiuest through revolution. in furtherance of that pro. IT innin Latin America they "0 exploiting historical weak•sses in relatirtns with the nited States. Their influence extends far be•>nd their numerical strength and ey are now redoubling their Torts In the light of the world '.nation and the growing danger ,i third world war. SOI*, they appear to be me progress, despite the officially most LaUn .mencan governments are friend,v to the United States. Their methods are familiar, but in Latin America they a: : finding much fertile tround. wai i/uu sea. duclur. / m a newsagent, ana I olrpnn corn* the foreign papers tilth mu right arm and EiiQltsh ones with mu left In the past a large proportion of our import;of manganese ha* come from the Soviet Union Two great new deposits of this essential commodity have recently been located in Brazil Planter the active development Ol these deposits are now under consideration. ..nd eventually nrazll may become our most Important supplier of manganese" Miller stressed the Importance of Venezuele gsj a new source -if Iron ore and added: "Those facts may weU serve to dispel the notion so widely held in this country that th United States Is economically self-sufficient. How outmoded and unreal this concept is. becomes clear when one examine-the list of basle foodstuffs an' 1 raw materials from Latin America which are necessarv to sustain human life The commui usts are fully aware of Latin America's Importance, and that is why thev are working night and day to enhance their influence there, to the detriment of the U.S. < To-morrow: What the Reds Exploit) -**-**c-* -* III l PLAN FOR AFRICA M \issi Communist Party, which previAssuming these reports arc PARIS, ously has exercised strong control accurate, there now exisU a reports trom behind ever Communist activities in MorEuropean Cominfomi. an AaiaUr the irem Curtain revealed Uxlay occo. Algeria. TuniM.i, Senegal Cominform and an African Comthat the so-called "African and other key regions It also inform—all with a Joint executive ('imilnfonn" h* taken faraffects the Communist Party in body operating under direct reaching decisions aimed at Belgium, which had controlled Instructions from Moscow. overthrowing western domlnaCommunist activiUes in the BelAccording to the reports the tion of the strategic raw mate" 1,,n Congo, an imj>ortant uranium pnncipal tools for the contem,„ nU „ cn ,„ pr.uci^ !" PtaW Jg-Jjujhl J^-gJj In future. Communist leadei-sJiip whether or not thev an., allllliiled in Africa will be entrusted lo Mu with the WFTU. s cow-trainad %  fttatora, most uf ., ^iLi"j > '^ [ n m ,"'ri. U r "' whom are „at.ves of the regions AriUe from an effort to cut prohlch thev will operate. duction or strategic materials. Since November 17 three im^specially uranium, the Comlnp^SS „,S h. !" un rcpom 0 d,IM Uut funds form ,1*, h „pe, ,„ w „ bl place in the concerning Com i "• b ank, under cover of counts naUve troops such as the French of various firms of the Russian Senegalese as well as the Tunisatellite bloc. glans. Algerians and Morocc By tUM He liable Africa. The "African Comlnforn drew up Its prograr 11* 4 meeting nt Bucharest. The reports added that funds form also hopes to be for these activities are centralized force the western powers to pin r SZZSFmJZSZrLiP Cairo and dispersed in several down in Africa most of thei: Communist action ln u _„,,_ .._,,__ _J£1_ „, „.„,. na ,t u Africa. Native African Communist lenders participated. The discussions concluded Dccemrwr""""' forces. 17 with adoption or an over-oil ^ Bucharest meeting decides Vl _ programme of action for the Comthe preparatory phase should cul • lh f LommunlsM also pL„ munlst parties concerned initiate in violent aml.tn.., -...im'• ,-, oOOlT it ,ri torlcs nc. tutelage. under Eurupeu will reports concerning the Cominform" Bucharest 1949 Tho poIiUcal masterinlnds behind the Communist African larM t riv ar0 r '-P" ^ ,,l ,n >'* i Cal asserted Frv,n 'here Muslim agitators, crisis designed to disrupt one of that"the"peip.ng' meeung of the ["'"£!,' n 5?2fi ^SSi^fiH the wMtern worlds chief sources WorId Federation of Trade Unions '" f**f" !" g" republics, will nf raw materials in „!>• sheltered an Asian Com^^!a%S Commun,!,t A,MCil s^ HSH?rs: tfasgs gargs sss&. fss? JSTK Zlr rails In Afrit. *ilh the <"nmmunlsl The military attack ,„ cn a „ „ um „ou.H and active %  _i ^ i a fin. AfJT .. "" attempt will come to duct on In A; The Afrit an Tlus U|IU Ihew sol irces pointed these unions to the WFTt' Cominforin believes thi* scheme „„, sonil s i, n ilnrit) l-'lween the will multiply the dlfllculties of iviping tncating and ihe Buchar-^pWial attention is being deIhg United Nations western powm rr.eetmn voted to Nigeria, a country of 4C. era In Korea. million Inhabitants under Brltisn The Bucharest meetings took a regime. Trade unions are Leadership of Communist aclivdouble form There were public reported active there and the Itics in Africa was removed from meetings of the World Federation Nigerian Communist poliUcal the hands of the metropolitan or Trade Unions. And, in addition, leaders are heflevod to have had Communist parties. This measure there Mere the private Cominform recent contacts with Moscow. principally affects the Franco meetings con.erntng Africa. —l.N.S GENERAL "IKE" Hope Of The West > I.IIMH.I *ioi*i: WASHINGTON, DA-ight David Eisenhower, the man whu might have been President, return-; to the scene of his greatest triumph for what may be his toughest job. General of the Army Eisenhower, Supreme Commander of the powerful western f< thaj crushed Nazi Germany, will return M| again as Supreme Commander of W-i.m aj| Forces. But this time he will have only a compara-, live handful ol men and airplanes — plus Uw powerful weapon of atumit supeiionty — to aag a threat greater than that posed by Adolph Miller at his peak. Eisenhower is 'barged with organizing and leading the %  ..f the North Atlantic Pad Powan to meet the Communist aggression of Soviet T.ussia and her European SatelliteIf the Kremlin should decide to move against Western Europe, General "Ike" will be called upon to stop her. It is an unenviable task, one that could have been turned down, but Eisenhower will lake the job. Like any other good soldier, he knows he is expendable. Eisenhower is believed to be the unanii.ious choice of the North Atlantic Pact Powers for Supreme Commander. He is the; one man considered most capable of welding I solid, powerful, cohesive lorce out of the \ aried and scattered elements available to him. If he is successful in his mission and builds a force strong enough to stop the Kremlin'^ masters in their plans for world conquest before they engage in further armed aggression, his already great stature wilt be immeasurably increased. He again, in 1952, would have the privilege of turning down supplicants asking him to run for President. In 1948 both parties wanted him and he refused. If he cannot create a powerful force, or if Russia strikes too soon, undeterred by American atom bomb supremacy, he could lose everything he has worked to gain in his career. The appointment of Eisenhower by President Truman may well go against the General's wishes. He repeatedly has said that he was happy as President of Columbia University, and he has expressed the desire fee be allowed to work quietly as a civilian for the good of the country, and the country's youth. In addition, less than a month ago he fulfilled a 32-year-old dream and bought a 189acre farm near Gettysburg. Pa. The farm was lo be the place where Ike and Mamie Eisenhower could retire lo the rural life and rest they so well deserve. But the farm will have to wait. So will Columbia University, and so will the politicians. The smiling, balding, blue-eyed leader of the West has always been a professional soldier and an outstanding one. He was born in Tyler. Texas. Oct. 14, 1890, and graduated from the Military Academy at West Point in 1915. Eisenhower did not get overseas in World War I, but his career has been one of the average regular army officer, except that he has moved faster than most, and has risen higher than all but a very few. In World War II he was Chief of the War Plans Division of the Army's General Staff. Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations, and then Commanding General of Allied Forces in the Mediterranean and European "*\ieatres. After he left the job of Supreme Commander he was named Chief of Staff of the Army. But even after he left Eisenhower kept an office in the Pentagon, and he was in Washington as a consultant, expert and eldei statesman as much as he was at Columbia University. Now he is back in full harness. He is no longer a schoolteacher planning retirement on a farm. He is the hope of the Western World. —I.N.S. D. V. SCOTT or CO., LTD. TO DAY'S SPECIALS •I THE COLONNADE Tins ORANGE Jl'ICE Tins LAMBS TONGUES Bl*. McEWANS BEEK mini Now 41 4 70 :i M 211 3MNMffa**liffatUfM***BKWI£ I tK ZHappy and Prosperous ZAfew ^ear %  TBO all our friends and Customers y I WILKINSON & HAYNES Co., Lid. Successors To C.S. PITCHER & CO. Phones — 4472. 4687. 4413 & 4251 %  a I jaannMaanMgwSMvs' RANSOMES LAWN MOWERS With or irilhuul Motors NOWS THE TIME TO SELECT rants. DA COSTA & CO., LTD. weeoooo','. and Our fiest ^Wishes for Prosperity in the Coming ^/ear DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. (Mil HI VIIIIIS SAY: •iflririi/fiire To lite fTdltor. The Advocate— SIR, I conic jeet to add a practical wpplamenl to my Mtss ol the I9lb In partly on your stirring Ic.idinu article two days trill I i then voiced I at the racoantuoa which the vital importance of agrieull u West Indie? is BOW ki i receiving from MVttral cannot %  cCOmpUltl anything much of the existing staff do recoRnue or *o ago I had a young man in ours marks are recorded — If imltM the rank and file of the the importance of the subject and much the same condition. 1 reearned—by the Overseer or man%  -• intere-ted and willperform the;r duty conscientiousmember speaking to him about ager. Then nt the end of an agreed ii g 1*. Then again, what about lime the commonplace but vital fact of period a bonus is awarded This I rum cORM IK oiler two simple for It, with %  full curriculum? fertilisation in the life of flowers profits the plantation or factory as ti HIat Uu> point But we do really need to make and fruits, and the wonderful well as the worker. It may be they are stale and althe item a *ucccs*. nd especially wav* m which It Is accomplished _.. ..-, „ . „ rradv recognised by wiser people, to provide the intellectual stlmu—by means of bees and other InT !" ". EM *V ,0 *' led *" e _, 5U nM uf "Nature Know lodge". We sects and birds, the wind, and so * above for the boys and girls must interest the mind as well as on. and he was astonished and apwoulci "A -0 ***•*> materially with Suppose then it pilrld to te interested. How fa: lo furnish thi f so, please have me excused The ilrsl concerns the boyi girls—especially of course the boys u-ain Uie hand Suppose then it roared to b* interested How far ^SJSS^JSf^F\ .JEM Si lH? lo whom we have to look to take were possible to furnish the can the enlarged view of nature > ou " "2; '," f~' a J f !" and mentioned torn* of UM steps on the work now being done by teachers with expert assistance thus indicated be communicated JJ SaJJJJ? "'" %  n< [ "JJ"" we in Barbnci'. ire taking to give the generation that is passing, and Suppose a competent and enthuand what would he the effect of """ %  L,? * a *"" it the attention ami prominence it the suggestion is that we should siastir Instructor could be found transforming the canefleld or Bar" u >*>" so emphatically merits And I enlarge and build on the School nd given as a whole time job den into a kind of fairyland? I closed bv referring to the irmncdiOardcm scheme already in operavisiting the schools and helping think the success of the "ludgtng ale plan for I. -Farm Institute" in tion. the staff in the matter Might we rings' initiated by Mr. Halcrow Trioaoad, and urged that wa need not loolt toT H llch development suggests a very encouraging ante go much denpci and wider into l '* 6H '^ that some of the school of Interest and efficiency on the swer to the question. the subject and den I with it on taaobari arc not interested in this part Of the young genci.iti.ni I The Editor, The -Advocate, ItMtt ];:. Gardens section of their currlcuMy second suggestion is directSIR,—Surely it is time that lum and perform their part in it X mentioned ,ust ,abm "in,. d Io hose woric,.^ nhat h ur %  ry perfunct id inctlectellectual interest". I have been Hie agricultural ow engaged tho public be relieved of the sus.•ork of the pense which was started when If so I do not think surprised nt the scant knowledge. Multii uni especially on the sugar an official notice stated th t there I should hastily cenOf even total ignorance, of the pUnlations, and It may be stateThat scheme—quite good. \ Mr, .. '.. looks like ii another tffi rt %  lifle the community should hastily cenpf <-ven toinl ignorance, of the pi u „t B Hon(. and it may be stated was a case of •uisoecteri Small instructors or direct. ire them The school master has land worker of the multitude of in a coup i c „f words—a Bonus Pox in the Island give Barba.i. ,llv turned away from the Intoresting^facts and processes ol lvltcm bawd on on efficiency -n." I "'"" u ... . students, at quite consi. id and stockyard and directod Nature which surround him. rtic notice was published over pense, wh. k w n -d his thoughts and aims in quite anNot long ago I had a boy doing two weeks ago and one should primarily lo'gel ther direction, and it would be a little garden work at my place. This was Introduced to me by a ftav e expected that by this time actual wort of %  rprlsfng if he were still greatly and though he must have left retired planter with wide experia confirmation or denial would planting, and reap thoratl) and keen to school only a short time previously ence. who had himself tried it have been published. HI them Inter**! .i %  to such work and help he did not appear to know anywith good results An "Efficiency JOHN SHANNON liking for their )>osltion and duty them to become efficient in it At thing much about plants nor to be Sheet" is given to every* worker Tenb; Sclent'!! %  uutructors or directors the same time I feel sure many interested In them And a year and at the end of oact week honTenby. Hockley V.A.X. Films LONDON. Dec The British Board of Fil Censors has ruled that ch'ldr under 16 will be barrv., ( : movie-theatres even if accompanied by adults lllm being shown 1. with an ••X'\ This new movie-gradm< < Uflcate -X" will a onusn screens In the Now Wai The new certificates will repl.u, the present -ir for Horrtli class which also barred chlldr. rrosn tho theatres. Movies wholly adult In then., or trsitment and unsuitable foi children will abw get the new marking. The three certificates will now be. V—for general exhibiuon: A —more suitable for adults; X— (Or exhibition when no child under 1 is present. A number of French am' Italian movie* have been held u, while the new rulo was beuik If HoUvwood's "Snake Pit" be exhibited now It would be given tho X cer ti flesaa. WF OFFER THE FINEST MEATS Chi. kens thickRsbbll*. F : L*m* I^rs J* Limb Miouldera 1 ( ockUII Sairures Turtle I SOUPS fTam-t.. Seol S Ox 1 Aspar H Celery I H FRUIT in tin Onavsj. BROrpes Mrtn C; Peaehs* 53 Agwloots IQHiMroes drape I run HeartAppfea PHONF .OlMI\|||rS EARLY DESSERTS Ray*] raiiingg Vai IU. Caramel, Chodate Jeil> 1'ouiltr. (-, H.IYHU Mar-h Mallows LIQUOR DEPT. fiold Braid Hum Top Notch Rum Mumm'i Champagne Clignot Champagne LnuK Kolderer Ch MU .a*i Creme de Menthe Hutch Gin Tuborg Beer A/'er Vour IMPIRB coffee ,rv, VIELLE CURE s %  %  %  I %  I :'. K I I %  % 



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m TFimWlAY nFCFMBFR S8. !• BARBADOS \DVOC\TF F!TE Car Overturns A MOTOI t vi: i. ,, mbanltmei* and at Horse Hill on Tnesd;. iiiln I • pace ' Park on i .i dollar in his pocket Wr-en he awoke the dollir was %  A pair of gold framed (.lasses valued SJ fr.-m Hern '" bunas' meat stall at the Public Market between Friday -n,l Sunday •"pilF HOYS at Ihe Bay Street - Boys* Club will soon be doing carpentry. A workshop ; it the back of Ihe Club will DC completer! shortly. Dtirliu: the Ohruttman season the interior of Ihe Club *rss aoconilcd The hall is painted Kreen and yellow A T CHRISTMAS the PoIlM :hat were on duty had no cause to feel home%  Ick Tha PoUea Caataai are % %  .' %  ..',.: %  .If. .i Througnotii the day tabtaa played carolon the h ,_ d no piwid vaJuabl piano while others crowded W;(V around and sung Whether there was a sus-pectei. \\7rmiN another month or so, case or otherwise, he said. th,> SnelchUtown will have its main point was the protection of tha community and this had started from the beginning ami was still going on. 'The small pox epidemic has started in quite a number of cases because the disease was not siispe.-ted in ihe Mrs: and .ne protection of the community had not \I.\M MI sir I I'lifzui'Ums Spent \imCs Itcrv Indians On %  %  %  .:IK and dined 1 %  1 iiiba. N only se rved special t 1 lood, but provided ihe ViSttM Latins with BUI the Bor-t. la % %  v1 'us orchestra u> composed mainly of men I and played mm %  al the Aquai.it ( ml> I a niajh. hid tha autban* UC rhythm and wer> much apl.y the Venezuelans | which Ihere were about four Among the guests were Mr. an.* Mr. Varnon Knlatat Mr. Verne 1 Knight is Venezuelan Vice OofM I he mixed wilh t> from that cOUAtrj m making th.• % %  Goodwill Tour More Venezuelans ai Fanoarj Small l>x Still "Siupected" FRIED FISH VENDORS DO GOOD BUSINESS I ;.v. Hull %  pox at PaMc aa Island H 1 '-uspected ca.se are concerned, the Direct! Medical Services told He said that th. Da] had endeavoured tu bring the cose to a conclusn 1 Tffff! b >' wr,; "" "* %  ""i the tests Chotl oari %  in the ,,,„,, __ .,, _.. .... npetiuoti at Quaai 1 MAN"i a hungry, and therefnn dtafririMd lata nn>ht Bmuna Das Thai choir ~ walktrJUf^taken tsMJfl again after seeing the twinkling r v. c* snu conducted bj M Rinds and the liKht from the tray of a friejd 1 fish seller sitting on > Omr* ih si modem store. Messrs. 1) V. Scott & Co., Ltd., proprietors of the Colonnade Stores are building a general store at Queen Street The site of the new building Imrneilv accommodated a garage which housed buses of the Leeward Motor Omnibus Company shop pavement. This business is a brisk one. espmu.1' during the flying iish season. — Baxter'* Road Is a big centre fot tha business, and ao Li Nelson Street. Another place of frying goes on is the bus. |UW lion of Karbarees Hill Bpoapar's Hill. Hank Hall and Black Rock Twenty seven thousand Chn--1,.,..,. _,,,. Im ,,. 1|M hlg ( ( nfrr 27.000 XMAS PARCELS %  %  I ,.ii: 1 It .,. Church Village Choir, St.Philip. srho BOi IS points. This choir had 88 eoloai aad was conducted bv Mr Cecil Skeete from (too partakes ti-ok part in the competition which sponsored by Mr Sydnc ..lour. I %  M and daaagatad Uaati ii\> • %  Ugious work landed in %  %  na Trinidad. They are four deleg.r Indian Cultural Mission deputed b> Bharat Sevasram Sangha The deputation start.-! from Calculi.1. headquarters i,t the Mission or Nevembei II They travelled he,, via ColomNt. ItaurUtui I'.n.n an M ^ h>i.a Names of the 1 making a two-yac* world lour U xplead Indian Cullurc among In I paaa arm other races are Swan) Advailananda, the leader Bwaml Vadananda, Swami Ak%  hnv .man.la and Br. I'aie*h 11 1 Of the del. 1 \d>.M air 1 '.iil.,> llul upari I1.11 ipp in Culture among liniianx. th*) .< %  preach peace propaganda tu al luc l* •* %  ***• "* %  emphasise.1 thai tin movement had nothmg to do wrlU politic l'lie. in.mental liberal ideas if Indian Culture, anil want to bin LUUQ among the difTt 1. %  %  the world l!i liL.i.ul*r nciples off ThebcUava thai tha %  1111; the Moild'v mi-.Tiiiihe spun on of selfish nationalism, and to ra U move ihi*. the Mfaaton 1 nix the broad principles of al 1 religions and all IllUlliaa tu i*.> pie avarrwhara wtthoul diatu* Moo of culour. class Of eie.d immi t,ri'*'iin*i* fwmtm %  H JASON JONES & CO LTD Distributor PURINA CHOWS tha Matton coDauati of J00 monha and MH> volume. are earrylnt on %  food ''< %  .. 1 %  I social and rwlgtoui ik la India and Olher countries Last veal the Mission vtatfad East Africa and n1 there for H IHOnthl parcels and nearly 350 bai.s hut there arc van % %  ' ,: l ''' ''"' of letter mail were handled by evei v datrlct 1 %  ! 'he Christmas Carol The Mission embraces ..II India dec during They buy iksh from the lieaeh In N"w to Clod on High in(ilory and part ol then woe* ki to ran the Christmas season, the Poeibig quantii. To-.., Mr Gerald Hudaon and Capl der aid in times of fanun. %  ... tDl< master told tha Advocate ye-^2 cents a pound foi dolphin C E Raison were the )udges and demic. They also carry on schools, V u ;,' TtoFS." V dR r0m *• ^l^'ro 0low ,u,e „, ,hc npMfSi THORP,, u!ET"3|^„;; XfTSfJ-S X owner of motorcycle M 1151, amon|( U8 „, anv ., nw# tnP vaccinias injured m an accident along a .j on campaign is going on and (heopsidc Road at about 4.3(1 w m go t.n ns an ordinary prudent o.lock yesterday evening. He public health measure In the Inwas taken to the General Hosterest of the communin pitel and detained. M Thorpe was riding his cycle 2.S80 Vaccinated when it became involved In an ,.,. ,„ „ accident with a Central 'Bus -& W B*" Day a total of tavday The parcels started con m from November I and letters near the end of the si month All were di-tributed b\ Christinas Eve. The new Parcels Depart men* on the wharf had coitsiderabl> relieved the Christma.s praaaura ami had made the disposal of the parcels possible, th.I'.-i mm tan said. A belated mail of over MM bugs from England arrived on Boxing Day and these were non being dealt with The volume of the business I p. bought from the beach Hnrf I'"'cents retail; 14 cents a pound foi *"C shark: r beach five cents each and h>' each from the road vendor* 2,680 persons had been reported done during the season had marie vaccinated in the island since After the flying fish are 1 ed and fried one costs about la pence. A steak of shark will COP 14 cents and a steak of dolphin M\ M eighl cents more. A pannj loaj of salt bread usually goes with It These riutl fish are usually sold on the pavements of liquor shops Many men like one after having a drink or two For one thing, a steak of fish will take the taetr of the liquor OUl of one's mouth. mented thnt the Miming holn ha.I improved eon1 kderahly Tin v offered helpful criticism. The remit Of UlO COntaM was ., followr-iriiM.u Poinu %  I'll.hi. TS mil SI Mlrhl n 1 .. HI Mssas, at %  %  1 er .. si I'liiiii. as boardaafj houses foi hut escaped with dUfht inmriaa \ acclnaloti in thc lnd since it necessary for the clerical stair and then Ihe p.ppei an founl guilt] 1 Police i '01 *a rate of tie Ailuu Lonjja and refusing u te iMVfl a luin shop when BSkad lo do 10 i>> the proprietor on I ber 23 Mr. A. J li Hal tchi 11 bef( ra K ... hum tin' ...-.rt.'i. r • ., dered Mre lo pay a fine of C CITY STREETS STILL CROWDED There Imosl ns much BCtivonence which wa. coinmitled un Jt UM „ |m< o( lh( cu ||rti;1 December 24. The fine u lo b: yesiertny moniln( an on Salurd.i> paid by iiuulnMnu of U IW. pn. the last day before ChrUOnaa month or in defaull three monun Du ,bey Alley and U>u I iim ktommol with hard labour. gtreet were amonR the placeFlrat witneaa wa. Colin Beck.!.. w wrI much buIlncss WM b. Ull t of Black Rock and he ald thai don( ThCT( vendo „ O1 vo g rl able UH )Mket is his. He left II in the 1|nfl (ru| „„ dol u KO<|d „„,,, Blue Lagoon Club. Nelson Slrce.. M(| make Yesterday a cyclist named King ">"• lve '|' P shot down Broad Siroet and rode Winnie noiiblesome and I pest the upraised hand of th. %  ;" 1 1 ^ 1 ' %  "*'* S,, -M Policeman on point duty by the <*£**> *" rearing Canadian Dank of Commerce. King, on finding that he wa • being stnpi>ed bv the policeman. tried to stop alter he hnd passed the) (lineman's hand. ^s&Sj'SS&j'itj'Sir.'Wj'Sii't'SSt'St'i'SSWt'***'**'**** defence Moore v he dirt not know what doing as he had i.<< < %  for some tune > police'. .,, %  Bobby", smilingly and calirnv £ %  aid "GO Ahead. Kmli '••• Ahead! the King can do no wrong." B.C. RICE COMES S.h.-.n.r fhlllp II llavtdW brought. 1,000 bags or rice for Barbados over the VM-.-K DO from Bri-1 n '•%  OUier cargo of this vessel wai tire wood and ehar.o.,1 HllavldsMii is consigned l< Schooner Owners' Aaa0> ,IIK .traUi OCCUrred On ChriMDn_ .i MiBeatrice l lull i S.H Igfll hdl fotieral ,,k place lhe same ..Itemoun in ,,. of a large gathering 111 .town M e t h o.i | s Church Collins whnc hu-sband i msn %  vcars ago Pti >f a crssarful dispositun i In St Michael foraome ,i where with her four .tie .anied on a di niukin^ ,o.tabltshment. I^ter returned 11 spcightstown She was a devout Method!* and her funeral rites were cortm |d I % %  Rev Frank UwflMI Sinleaves to moun. their lo .nghlers Mrs E. D w ttley, Hlaa Venns euuw Nuraa m si MK1I.I ,1Hasel Es'wick and one son esagaea** si, I %  %  'MWtf* Alka-Seltzer '.Ol DA CIIEKSK per lb TABLE BITTI.R per th I'AHI.i. K\1.*INS I th I'kg TCRBW IIATF.S per PhaT MAXWELL IIOl'RE COFFF.i: 1 th Tin < I1IVI KS HASI-HHIH1ES pei tin 1 U I 01) llin Xmn t:rarliprs. Xma Tree DlUlialllBlB, *• %  fta^e. of Chocolates. K. W V Wine*. I'orland %  <•"£ Beer. Stout, tiln. C hampaKiir. Whhkt. Amo-tura Btllem. Imin.il> and thp llnesl brand of Rum T O f K A II K STA.XSFBLO SC9TT A *-. JJUAJI Supple* FOR tha $kk foam Strrnrthi-nins I'laslcr* lluu.hr I -li.olcr I'*l Kidnr> IHshrs -pir.l I | III! I HOOK which makes •• GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN Vfajasa MTIW for une U> Samuel Hubert*. Ui-*\A Book and Traet Hervlfe. la. Central Avenue. Hangar N. 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I'AOE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATK nUUDAl [ %  HI.MBE B to. IMP NO MORE FOR EXTRA TOUGHNESS 4 MILEAGE DITNSiOP ROADSTER Hub It on CHEST Put it in the NOSE M.Tiiht>lluin Balm Mops Cold* almoai ..1..IK. ftit' l*Yntrn>l B tum Up the No-e ..nd KUB IT ON the throat snd t"De. \ M-UO as you begin to inhati tha .oolmg 'MwiUuiUium* %spoura. our hci J lum to dew and daffy now anJ heat psmar* open up to that you can l i.-ii• freely again. Quick get a jar or nn of' Mcntholatum' to-day. She ,dys will we plc.i . be vary careful as it s trinket sol and the one she s*nt last year got broke 1'irulii'i Exorvs* Senier MENTHOLATUM You Ought To Know About This Little Red Book For Red Bandits I rank Owen sizes up I litgiirrrillu StriimjlV lit ii.is 14 ii bi'hiiid him In i1Iala*u approach, though not in this eonrcrted drive with troops, po Number Two manual, the grim agrirultural, social, and 'ubject of execution*. *i"l .services. Other captured "gen" tells Incl lentally. this "bandit" wa. %  vou about these. Death la the s <-<**tK us all of £40.000 a daj., penalty for desertion, spying, suri Pa r friends of the "Friends of thv 1 render, rape, or robbery (that is, Soviet Union unauthorised, private robbery) Hul regular troops and rcgulai offender* are also flogged with police, are not made for Ughtin %  I rattan cane, tied to a pole for guerrilla troops, which Is what, I five houra in the blazing sun, then !" PJt. h s ** ''audits are. made to do a day's work rh '" '" only one way t.. beai Few desert. Fewer surrender l-anmla. or guerrilla* -be hetto Don't Ul ui kid ourselves. Lei us bandits, or guerrillas know our enemv. Who is he? Deep ' the heart of UM Firsr. the trained, resolute, fan*• n bah-lleiaj ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING CO., LTD. ECKSTEIN BROS. A Mid, Only ly r/ MwitAa/atlMI Co. L 10.. (fit. 1109) Sliut*. Ittlind. Oluccn Scots ..tic Communist, sometimes indoctrinated here in Malaya, enme. times smuggled from China. .SVrond. the sincere but muddled ideal i M CALCUTTA, DWUNG the Prime Minister'* visit to America I,.ml.] Third, the adventurous, the Iruman that, in Malaya, Britain is holding H young men (and women too) who t <>l the tree world front line wa,,, ' uv dangerously. H,Ji :,S M :t Brito *^*troops in Malaya. Also jZSSl ASIi&St based on Malaya we have Royal Navy units and the Roval Murder . Air Force. COMMUNISTS have hammered As lony as these facts are understood, and not tust mad M these lnto a 'ormidable list Make no mistake Yo %  nndit About £3 Mad Mass CcJeant. .iif... ma-. Colonel who comii S!:" ng n !" "..,,, ,,„,. d "."; KTL !" : and wild baiMUM. A^n h^RUd, .h,,: : "JJ*" H^-SS: Thcr d.y? When no. r.h.,.„ w nurr on 1L0 Isle o[ Wifbt lh ,„ dMto .1 'rtuVi h„J, ,, <" l<" ln . "• •! %  > -m Iher. better. "• a ,*" e •"•*! h v '" drlU, weapon tnuiihu. ud woThere Is no reason el ,u i.„ a " a 'W ol "*. on "n> %  ronnda until 30 p.m —end then erst 3? =5 SB '-' "" "" us out of Burma ard let in civil ,,„„„.,; Ioca g0Ol| Wl|t> and BO All lhw hlgnlv 0 ,., an |^l miiisecure supplies, information, >0 a.llvity (ihey a'.l wear unifunds—or, at a pinch, rt.ruils. 'orm In actloii, also badges of The manual sets out ihe drill utting. or tapping, lelepll —L iv UM hvn majority u tha people— and especially ihe i.atiw pt-uplc, who are Malay, IMI 111 III .11.K 'II. .1.-11 I..IIIK' % %  Ui before and after it) ties In plaiiwliithcs terrorism by "special atrvtca ntuads" "Olil Stvli lifjlitin^" WASHINGTON, DtC 27. Oanaral J. Lawton coliiru, United State, Army > Staff maid in ait article to-day that Ameiiian war experience In Koraa must not deter the United States Hum (k-vli.ping ItM use of the -'*>'"'tf weapons bv army troops. Writing lor the Coronet magaVVhisky pmsc^s that ili-iin. %  : %  !' AIII il.iiui HIGHLAND ;,nk with ot Chlnwi m content (,, u"'"'*' _* : .iintiun JK?l| STtSnuT" !" h OP ,ine h. described progress in lo lUy. """ %  tanunii bii-ei. derailing Their lasks are laid down as inselopin* Ihese weapons The Coramuinst clatlei alnul >' !" *nd lhootlll up the wreck, eluding InnlUjence; subserlpUonj. coureglng" QUEEN SCOTCH WHISKY There are Instructions slashing rubber trees, and Hun denying to the British enemy a vital dollar-earning and strategic asset. But another, overriding, top-level order *ays go this: Ihe "bandits" expect to take over the country ttMTMOlvtt loon, when thos-. rubber tire-; Shout i.e.,' extorlmJi arid blackmail: assassination. All bandits are controlled by the Communist Party of Malnya. acting on Cominform orders. If this Is not war or something knnnitesally short of It, perhaps somec of the intellectual appeasement movement will explain. The Cost THIS is Ihe abiding and ovcrull battle which General B Harding, Commander-in-Clne! it. the Far East, ind General Sir Harold Briggs. his Chief ot Antlbandit Operations, face. Qenaral Briggs did not eoma to Britain recently to ask rot more troops. He rame to ask for inm. Shortly, we anup to hair b:itB vUun powers. trlloni, and ..!. dSMUng Vrittl WhV To organise and mobilise Flag Library W< I Pah Dl The ,l : f" ". • the several separate State Gov*-ortl eiplains why Mum "Malayan people's llbera*. movement" Is about as g#|)|||nsi as the Sheflleid "Pesce" Congress. Unfortunately for u-< it i n little better organised. Kremlin-led Ogfl are to be calico by tiii right namag (II baang daai thinking), then Ihese 5.000 01 "'" ro,nP tn handy 10,000 "bandiU" arc advance guerrilla troops of the Red Army. That is, they are mobilised, trained, officered, and led under ihe diu.tion of the Kremlin. No need to argue otharwlse. Am I write I have before me a handbook on "Tactics In Guerilla Warfare (2: Attack)." It is compiled and; publlahed by the Red The Korean war. General Collins said, was "a reversion to old style lighting more comparable t.' that of our own Indian frontier days than to the modern and could not be seen a* view of a future war. i is "banditry," then lbig-int H htayba that is what Dig brother Bolshevism has become. Bui -o fai the manual m i i. deals with platnot tactics Wait for It! TRINIDAD CINEMAS AM UNCLEAN fwo Is dpbtished before Number One "t*p 'it now on attacks have been bnsld purely on the general lines of guerrilla warfare. It • % %  bavi not wrt aeqjulred the iiece*ary Vnowledge to launch maior offW Bolhevtk noaUni" Itch Germs Killed in 7 Minufes far cemen t organisation. slgtninlni, discipline Ud .ii tliis point, comrade, w PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dte 21 The maiority of Pnrt-of-Spain rlnemas have been ref used IIi operatt next year becauae ol Inaanltarj nmditinns. Di Roderick Marcano. Mediesl Office*of Health, declared that the reI ecause ol 'he "ihe ernmenls of Malaya into i raallv nlatllj Inaanltarj conditions prelice, civil administration, transport, vailing." BiB< ki i Itch and t,ih-r i itmvnu givB uiiir (f-mpOfury r-ll.l i.-uu... ihev do rn-t kill ilm germ eauw Thnew iiivi-rwy. NIKOdm kiiln ih<> germs m J mimr Kuaranii"dlom><.mi %  m>fi.el ..i In umrrk. or Onv iMrk en i PW piii-uig*. on N ijfr.il f I .111 four i lle-ml-t Nixodevtn for aTatlal T.-onblt* troubk i' Vigour Restored, Glands Made Young In 24 Hairs n M no npt asafapaw • %  • ft""i lOM of vigour nd nwnaooS. wMiMmn SBdbodr. n-ivouin-M. Iinpura Mood. *lcl i. akin. aaateasM, sad seei "i—p. %  *•" u AJDMICU Doctor ku dtoaytd • jukk. May w*y Bf "nd "" %  • iroubla* Tula ilintovary la IB ptoaMMt. aay'totafc* labial form, ta akaahrlarr IsafwJaaa, floai away lth gland opwallona and H brlnglDg w rouOi and vigour to (hoi, -.n.l. f( work, dirtily on (hgland, sag nrrvaa. and puM naw, nth blood and an' %  "--vn you i*n at< rouogar Vu' and full i' wn. anti |>u\ n-", rwai •fr |n rout valita In It b"i and (aai youra.lf %  •King ayaa apa/kla, yon Taal all' youlhlul vigour and pow-t lo'w "i! L.tri I'mlad l-l ckan %  varan I aa of •wUaiarilon • Iginr and % %  .-1y -nd lioi Toungar, or ou maraly ra packag" and gal your moa. Vi-Taba wjislggM Wasibssd astd VHnik f i nr moMT taal rail IO s r rn ilia ar"W —_-,iv> A ip>-nnof l Vl-Taoa mala imia, aiwl lha guaianloa prul ( %  On children's cuts, scratches and abrasions use 'DETTOV MODSRN S,n N Doi. Do s I ANII s jpnc N POISONOUS PAIM STMH The secret of a happy family is-coop HEALTH! • CONTAINS VITAMIN A & D IN A DELICIOUS FORM • INCREASES RESISTANCE .J kthtSS • ENSURES STRONG LIMBS AND SOUND TEJTN IN L.ilL^.iCr Haliborange HALIBUT LIVER OIL %  •<• b> um • HimuRrs no., loaioa Thit famou* actrSM. kmiwn all %  he Fngbah-tpeaking world Ita %  i t Bases and charm, n emu. < | aKH.l ihe Runwn. "Ill a ku li .f ssys, "and it ah i %  l I Hk* good-lookjag ihini f andihcRonMinUtnuriacanbc''' ^--— lt Pcopkr is the limelight mart hava onli Ibebni Saii.r.iil) iheychoCMca HonMir Yes, mcMhers, your good healih and thai of your children. If YOU are i iiiim uoss snd your children -ire not rohuir. perhjfis vou and tiuiilv aard oiors AaD So Mart taking Scoct's Emulsion tveiy dav s %  "i you will sec a wonderful diff, RONSON WORLD'S CRIATIIT LIOHTIR lerlul difTcrcnce in ihe /AjT •/sy you and your thil JBUk ireo look, set and feel' -^^n* Scort.l-Wala-ifcoib.ouBfci // \\\l -.-fc.p,.-..r 0 -..ll.o-. N tf( ft.-o-KiUmor. Ido-olor,,, *• s. J ^ SCOTT S EMU f HIGH ENER Your Backache mey be due to sluggish Kidney Action IS NOT to good when rou trouricd widi rbcumatic naiat. Miff, •thing muadct and loeit.. lumhaau or in unoary diiordcn JIM to ph kidney sction. nv pm up with pain and diin iort wh


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THMicnw nrrrMDRR it, m BARBADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I -I i. I \ New Ball Won Test For Australians M.CC Drr* 2-Day Gum. Against Ouri-n-Luiil < .... (nda "A CLOSE CALL" iKrom Our Own (tH-respondcnt) RMaeti lUh lota] k t factor in I: There WMII itt calling on f. a stage because or one or two may ha\< %  C1IK..1 As it was, M bowler with I adopted %  nwi lude In am* oroor. With l wall, ha could l %  bowttac. the Mil' u.umen taaulged in some lighlhearted hairing practice against a Queensland Country XI in a two-day mated wxi % %  r % %  %  ^ „_. l Toowoomba which en.u MLLBOl'KNK. DM 17, Ira. Mapm I stumps were drawn, UV Queen-land Count?) XI lost toi sa IUIICompton Ian at al the %  ! moon, roUowin; on jifu-i SuiipPMi ... %  pard had opened with 168 in lui minutes. and Parkhouse made !I4 tuna in 53 minutes and <•' these Compton contributed 92 bel.ire he threw away his wicket bl rannlag yarda eul t u>w-bwie Dtucry—and missing. I N tu sraia rnada In boundtluding two f Bvani receiving rurthei tous %  support irom P a ffch buaa %  E paaatva moud, Bui ley. tried lo hit W 'our otT Hourly i-vcr> ball except hen he tried to hit a si::. From 80 he leapt to 94 %  and two touts oft* medium-pate -^..^_____ bowler Hunter, und was Uier. , __„_. __ _caught id cover trying another W.I. Will i\ai IHav ht Wl H,s M mad < %  nun rr#. rTggfiTVg sT-May utcs included one six and 18 four. Warr showed a line tin: afpaOl clement of ris* %  %  a ball'. igame r the new ball -.all mm l\irkhou*e hit ver But Unuwn's an i : un* hit on" him. i back dii %  >ek uugiit belligerent .iltiIR the batlin? ituoi B i Evan*' Aih inrtnee U* k within reach %  -Mad trc%  %  ti.i'ii. Parkhoua trv timidly t i n a man|ob loo* Hut ramake %  %  Ihis match the garni arly i I IMiUMI against every* One helterskr early state wo mendoualy to Instead De Close went u sneak run*In tier which n practically imcriminations a' The one ou' Australia'* cl ••• H8SZSE "Sy'-SBS D !" Cup Tennis Ushmen have ice gone close to (% % % %  —^i.— vlclorv. ThU Ume without Comp" om '*" w < %  "-"••"•' ton. Our Austi %  %  -have i'OllT-OF SPAIN. Trinidad complacently. I think, chofen^the The West Indies have failed when Queensland baited Wright, after shaving the flumpa at least four times, finally Ut them to get rid of Philip. ,„,_. Some accurate bowling by Eric I 12 playci for the third test to galn enu-y ^ tht ie5l DuV ia Hollies backed up by Wright kept Our batting i. proval Cup Tennbi competition lor the the Queensland batsmen on tin* brittle beyon Sir Staflord Crtpps' condition has improveii l.a.r. %  i. % %  today that i^"q*" the utmoii in tomtort ond lu-ury in flight By providing (hit mot) modern, f oit. dependable Clipper on this route, PAA it contributing lothe advancement of the rapidly growing tourist oreo in ihe iilandi between Puerto Rico ond Trinidad For full information ond reiervotioni. consult your rael ogent o nafai, Secretary of the Bntish the second day and only a fighting Caribbean lawn Tennis Associiinnings by T. Allen, who contrlbtion said In Port-of-Spain last uted 85. saved them from colnight that entry was refused lapse because the Caribbean AssociaAlthough in a position to entton was not affiliated to the force the follow-on, Compton In'.oruMtlonal Lawn Tennis Federacting as captain In pluce of atioa. It WBa for .similar reaw.ni* Brown, decided that further bat tho Wei Indies were not ting practice would be more proiartasltted as a nation in 1950 liable than a victory which would Thia yearanother effort was do nothing to raise the M.CC. a MM after finalising the constock. ltitU>KMi of the B.C.L.T A in The decision ws rather unfOTUilU.' Guiana. Application was tunate for Close wh.i repeated his made to Auitralia. chamoir-, first Innings' failure ov again getDatton, and they forwarded it to ting out for a 'duck But Shepthe Msulcnt of the International pard, Parkhouse. Evans. HaiU %  > Lawn Tennis Federation in Pans god Wright all had breery kDodU Reply came a few days ago It and the crowd went home well >t.itad that the West Indies could satisfied Wltn tbe entertainment not be admitted as the central provided. body as the British Caribbean Lawn Tennis Association was not yet afflliatcd to the Federation Mr Nothnagel said that the Association has since made application to the Federation for affiliation lennte Results THE tennis To dau,. Barbados, Jamaica. British Guiana. St. Vincent, and British Honduras have a controlling body. Trinidad is on the verge of having one. AH these ., %  octaUOOl at* not affiliated to the Caribbean body This has been Ihe set-back facing the West Indies, and until this overcome affiliation to the F.ederlleni, lion may not be gained. results of vi..tci.la> the Yacht Club are* Mixed Doublet, Mr R. S. Bancroft and Mr P. Mc G. Patterson beat Miss I Lenngan and Mr G H Manning 8—. 6—1 To-day'.' Fixture* Mi M.I Double* (Aeml-FinaU) Mrs R, S Bancroft ami Mr P Mc G Patlersen VI Ufa 0 and Mr E A Benin. 2nd IH\. I'riekrft: 4 Outright Victories Scored CAftLTQM, CaOtral, Regiment and Empire scored Second DIVI%  BOB encke* vie* -rles >v-r Pickwick. Lodge. Leeward and Foundation reapectlvely when their matches ended on Saturn lege got three points from Combrrmere College scored 105 and 24 for 1 and Conibermen 3^ Mid 14< Central. RegimCarltaa m n aftei Pfcrlni pug up .i *<*' ihoai ai ''" innings Caruen * -red 37 and 811 whil. Plcatwiek aeorad IB and 80 In PksLwtati'i laeODd tanlnm L Foster scored Z1 and A M Mr 14 W QraaBi .; Pickwick wicketa for 37 runs i H ( v . for \2. scored 95, and for two .wickets 3. while Uxtue vred 148 and 30 C E Hindi, cap%  Lodaani seco n d tonlaai wickets for 10 runs and R D. Austin I fr 12 run* In Central second innings A Ni-hi Is scored 4 not out. rad 2K and : and Km pi re 121 and for 4 wickets I S RuddM I Kouiulation %  acood innings icket.for two runs. Regiment .-cored 132 for 8 declared Mnd J for 8 declared and Leeward 40 and 131 Foilowttuj are uia details; I'KKWKK %s CABLTON Fkkwick 18 >nd Re far I ton 37 end 88 PKfcwlck'l tad innings, L Foster rs. A M. MC Kengla 2i. mis 11 For Carl ton W Oraanidga look 3 for 37 and H. I'ox 3 lot u CENTRAL VS. I i HH .1 Central 93 and for t wkt* tl Lodxe 148 -tnd 3* C. E Hinds took 3 U-due 2nd Innings wickets for 10 runs. R U Austin 3 for 12 Central 2nd Ini'int*.' A Nichols 48 not out. C Shepherd 19 and R. D. AuMin 13 not out FOUNDATION va. F.MPIKK Foundatlan IB and lh Kinpir.Itl ind (sr 4 wkBi deeld. 38 K Rudder look 7 Foundation 2nd innings wickets for 2 iun KFCSIMFNT vs. I I I \\ \Ki> I!.%  un. in 132 for 8 deeld and 98 for I Becld. Leeward 48 and 31 Regiment 2nd innings Phillips 18, Ishmael 16. Brathwajte 18, Edwards 10. Leeward 2nd Innings K Jordan 38. J Webster 23. J Clarke took 6 for 29. I OMRKKMKKK v% COI.I.Hil lombermere . 35 and 140 i % %  !(. %  . 10.1 and for I ulrket 24 Flying Saucers At Cricket A FRIENDLY game of cricket was played on Tuesday al Henley's Cricket Grounds, between Flying BaucBH Touring Team 8i Union Globe C.C.. Flying Saucer's Touring Team won the toss and elected to bat on a good wicket and scored 141 for 7 wickets; the chief scores were Denny 58 retired; Hinds 22; Norvillc 16 Results OfT.T.C \ mus Meeting FABIMITCEI AND FORH \->l l-Kl/is WIKI \~ F4MXOWS:— m n*lk. *t as %  \-J> a— u ..irhnai" si; •* PDI*CMI tt.siiM I'IIKIM ifSnsii. %  11 u %  Uia UN • 1 M Top rill % %  • 1 •• rir PIO*I io.m>i' r**^i i 1 "1 1 N %  _* 1 • I M Tr>r lrr' 11 •l.alr'.r.lrd• IN • *• i SS II -i\m \* > i.... OsM Al..".-U •• 7 a .. 11un 4ii> • %  t irva.l *M M -i •. i MM itir 1 N . | AII n-i>. Hll.1 .A JOMDh. %  : M-rti ar* iVvonrti • I %  1 OS MIKIIIV Track At T.'I.C. M.. I %  %  f Trtnida.l awax %  Uw Adveeale that the track in Pnrt-of-Spain %  .MI the night I. in atoat i lac remainesl a M 11 lhn>ughout the day. No Barbasliai. vrtaa, t-m Aaoaak u which was %  %  CUD In that traiaed by Hon V C Ol second It was imposible to reeognlH %  era eaaai arad la mud W\tfST\0H? High Prioos O ffend For Horst't* L0MD0M Fabulous sums of dollars were i I.timed to have been offered to .he British Show Jumping teaMr their horses ooa thoroughbred and two half-breeds following their successful tour of the United States and Canada. nutof the riders, Lt.-Colonel Harr> Llewellyn, said he had one offer of $28,000 for his thoroughbred Foxhunter. "Another would-be purchase! said, "the sky is the limit for vour horse." but I have no lnten tlon n' selling." Llewellyn declared The youngest of ttie Hntii-h team. 21-year-old Peter Hobeson. am that he had been enrad $11,940 for his mare Cravai A She is half corthor>e and half thoroughbred and was worth about $112 five years ago. until we found she could jump" Farmer Wilfred White, who owns eifht-year-old Ntzefela. told the same story "I originally bought him for COUGHING!~ IS DANGEROUS %  I'm ssr oatMJi msrtsni Ttmt ^ V 1 1 TT r "—;*""!, •••Iseon'' VENOS COUGH MIXTURE Tracts tt ro* from Scot I arid THE FAMOUS GROUSE BRAND WHISKY $324. the first t ihe *how ring had heni a plow he went into Before that he hoi % % %  —IN S. Wife Of Dead Gunman Freed Without Bail NEW YORK. Dec 23. Mrs, Carmen Torreaola. widow of Grtscllo Torres.)!.!, Puerto Rican gunman, killed in the attempt on President Truman's life un November 1, was freed without iml yesterday. She had been held for 50 dayon a $50,000 bail, and then on $2,000 as a suspected member of a conspiracy against the President United States Commissioner Edward MacDonald, released her ut the end of a two-day hearing in the Federal court on the charge tnat ihe and thice oUMf Puerto Kirns had been partial to UM iisfcnssination plot. —Renter tt'hcn*er |inful itonui.l! suck isvo Renmcs, one after ihe other The Mend PttW because it'a tpcvislK uued for fsst aCOOB \litr carry a few Rcnnie. (lIifsAwrapped tensratrlv^ m yOUf pocVc or nandhag. Then v % %  oan n four meal* wuhoin ) %  .< %  the •onvquriHXt If lUnnwi ikn r Wlp you, it' time too (fCi Rcnmei %  OICKTIf ^y .I.e.. BENNIES NO SltH'V \(. UATFR .. MATTHEW GLOAG CV SON. PFQ'M SCOTLAN:' S. P. MUSSON. SON & CO., LTD.-Agents How he. ttvUue* on 'KEPLER'/ On the go all day and growing, tee; aai wuoder cbildren orrd extra nouruhsaeet. Give them Kepler sod see bow they thrive and gain weight—it ia rich is the vitaoiisu their growing bodin need. Ita malty-sweet flavour is so pleasant too. Advl?* will had 'Kepler' a real strrngtheoer in ceavaleaoeaoa. TO TH* SPOOtfVL hll'IIH C$8 LIVII OIL WITH HALT ElliaCl ft SUUOUOM1 W1U.COMI I COW •ate Ana* 'U*.*., '• .. i. U -a I BWAMOUOH WOHIO AIRWAYS PAA <57 Prosperous Sftfew ^Year IS OUR SINCERE WISH To all our CUSTOMERS and FRIENDS. YOU'RE SURE TO LIKI Maralyn More Nourishment lor your money ^^QUAKER OATS Qu l %  Oaci -ippiic acirva peopla -sylfh kc] food BtiamJall needed MM vibraM aoergy UHJ real endurance. Qoaki i Oan off ri ihaaa LMportaiH bsrnatts all in ope dcllcloai, nuirnum* \ ,.i ... Quaker Oau all iba put then by Modtar Naturc in flli'i Nature i way to glow* Ian l baaltl g kei Ntti i"i b lataaat etarj ,i.ii to rn rj roH tkrouga with vigor. uui aneraej MOT COLD Maralyn U a one bed-lime dnnk sad help* you to deep soundly And nothing could be nicer. . 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THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2S, 1951) llMIHMl.p\HV!>< Ml PAGE NINE CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHONE 2S0S IAWKMN Water DM W0. Papuioi I .*r> %  mm % %  'I.OTTA. lair i.l, u | Mi th. General Hoapite So"'^ Da} • Tin rj tiara 1 MK place (ram her late le.i oenoe. Chan • .„:.' %  %  "ltd THANKS ^HOBAlic'opportuo rtenda and re la [Mi In eroding i oiher iifu d i n confined to thr %  V--.II i.rlnt again ... f.x r flow>g lit* .. --. %  i them IN MKMOKIAM In loving Bir : i ..i Ailcr^i Ban •"•": %  :i I do DM aero To bring In ,. „unj Th* tl I ,i %  %  Af Very bar.: Uod gave me atr.ngB* to light An* Mu oeato bear the bio. Of what H r No Ull I. 1 % %  MM it;. tl .. .belmcd huano Irl I nalccp aaotwr tU ari. loan and my hHtuchr Mr be i -i.i -.. My dear an* ha. <..... Though not For We'll BO.. Wirtii %  i >e da>Will Hbr wife Ollleaac i i Long Bu Si Philip. x; ISM On* rod ye %  ad day Bui the l< late on hi%  love and HOT Mill r * %  > < Caiman Roc I lid Rock am Am, Hock n tamiiv CarUla Wilfred laughterfOII KALE AUTOMOTIVE CAR — IS" uwner. In a!.. Col* Co llniBii Minx fe. 4V n. una civ tliil rlaaa condlt.-.n 3d I1SO-an FXKCTKK'AI. FURNITURE rURHTTl C n Boy Phiup Mil Peeblea. llayle' Ooad h*. tiara. Lard115. W...Inland, .10. Irw ai *i Mahr.gi.iiy V..nlllen (Mi. PaJntad Dr*ing TsMM EW Mahog-i" £& al RAUII HE.-UUVS s wood Na>> Phone LIVESTOCK COW--, he llh IHI SO plnU lephone MLOT 21 I ISO Jn MISCELLANEOUS .11 %  >. i niihr. iim'i M II MrIII WW 11 I... I. __ ||U to Bll an need*, available |aw. Wa ruppty 14PUle Olaaa f.n %  law gear, and alao U large pane* ha M H iii.h thick Dial 4JM O. T %  bataMoii dc Co. Ltd. ISUM-if LADIES yiii.i.riii.ifi-.i AHIIUH "hil >ir*ima and colour, mrt npeniln I T^S" i -tllRlf 1 %  II>IHH nawly O. A Cla*ki BABVS PRAM in good i Apply to A A Biownp. Eagl' Pharmacy Dil M m BI'-Saw 7 h.p. National %  T Oil Engine h Baa-Ma n .t Ralph •. Hardw-i OPS Paji •I Januao aa-iuat-*,atiwBh. (torn 'ith January ruily luiKitfeM. far BartWulara nm laal. B U—m SatATORD %  iinhin rrom 1. January, lor further particular* Phoir BaM J C Robert.. Government Hill M.1S.M—t (. WINBLOW—Black Rock From %  > January. For further particulaM OU tam. D A Browne. Black Rath pf Itaf !! %  PCBTLir \(ITI(IS b*d NOTICE r ctaHaraa that ihwv w ti Heliud*'. lhrrenbrr January Jrd mcluarv*. n.iia-n %  M NOTICE PAJUaai or at JOMN VAcciNATihc. cnmitt vak Nova PM-OTa Rratdarwr rif|| im --tlo.-. F-Mr Raada. Aim.Ime PHU'i Oflk* Codnncio.. C.lleg* Mr -i L Barrow-* Rr.ideicr Baaaiah Btraoi Si. Margareta Brhool. Near Nccaatlr R. S. f'KASEK C.nk Conuniailo'iera ot Healih •it John OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS IN TMT AflUBTANT f'Ol'BT OrAPPRAI ___ .Banllable JuHMKIMiiii JCKmt QOSMN niATKMAN PI JAMB BlJUaCTON nUATHWAITT. IK punuanca ol an Order in thw Coul Hi the above action made an the Jrd Say of November ISJa. I dive nollet all perwiL. hatlnd any eatate. rldhi li.trre*! in or dfiy lien or MKumbra ire itterlme all thai certain piece or p*rcrl oi 1-nd nt late al Or Olll'a land kn tne parleh of Saint John roiitalning b: id naaauremenl onecie one rood an<' foirtaan percha. bj,ltlr> and boundww on landi of H. Wiixie ol C U Miller and on land* of Clayton Olaarow on l-nd> ul teUlaioi. fUnkiimi „ n land* ot pooi Plantation and an a rldhl ol way ai loarvrr el bound to blind before ma an account Utelr claima with lhatr wllnaaaM u.Kiiiiiem and vouchers b< be riamliie.1 by mr on aty T ieeaaj. or Friday %  •twean the hour* ol IJ mooni and oclock in the afternoon, at |h Off.. I the Clerk of the AaUatanl Court <>< Lppeal al the Court Houae. BeldayMw a. afore lha elat day of Januarv INI. > nii'i thai even idin. mat]M %  .i..." i.ordlnt Ml the njl.iap an pnjill) raapctiiivaly. .>llMn-*>laa cl ill l-e p. -i^d lr'ii tii" nefll ol the aald Ilccra*. a. i M deprived ol all claim oor a(U.*t tin piuprrty .mianu are alar. na'lAed that m-> i -ii.-nd the >atd Court an ttrdnra the Mat daw a' January l*ti. al *.lo NOTICE during t_ OCV MASSEI — Matter MANNINfJ tl IJ SO—In NOTICE Boldeu Mot..i Ol 110 Roebuck Street. Wfl b Xmaa Eva on a buainaaa vin dad He v. ill be relurnlni 10 Ttlnl. early li. work M MINI i'i:iis>ti The pubiw are hci.o %  : %  lo mv l/e. E\'A-\nAIJN- HUSBANDS .nee MKDTORD. aa I d.. Li hold mvaalf icapahaibw lor her u let... deMa tn n.v mil' unleel l> a >itn order •lined by ma DARRT.1.1 m'SaaANn*. Four Hill l December I Churcr BrlACri.ET r Probyn Street and .. Bay Bu. Finder win ba rawafwM on rrliirn*a •• %  e Anthony Johnaon Tulllarl** Vlllaga. St Jame. Tt I i* aUM I'aynen ..Hlat.l'. Mr* Pltti W-4n 1'bhil Advtf NOTICE Re ESTATE of JOSEPH ALONZA I'Klllf. ... %  iood NOTICE IS HBRH1IV GIVEN llipar >.'• having any debt or claim Or ."r. tnig Ihe Estate of Joaeph A Pe.re aometlme* called Joaeph A Pre. lai. of The I. ... lha part-h pf Kami S(.-h..rl In .4 who died in thll.i .1 on lha 1 ran.iired to aand 9 parlicului of i hen ler.ignad pa. I. % % %  I U, C o V,.rwor.d A Bowe. S No. >4 .lamea Stroel. Bridfelown. on or 1.1, Iihe lath da> of Februaav %  •*< i It. i winch date I ahull proceed to dlltrlbule the a-eata of tha aald Batata aii.m* the partiaa entitled thereto havl-f retard to lha dabla and claim, only Ol which I ahull then have had noUOe. and that 1 aholl nol be liable tm %  %  %  •o oicuibutad to any peraon ot whooa ii I.I. cUim I the time of ouch dutrtbuUa ill paraoiia indebted lo ihe aa r. required to -ellle their a • 'MI'I r" UU*aa>roaUi BRAMntT Q.i.i!lfled Bweculnr of the Phtate I REAL ESTATE lfHS N. Kl 1HOS A-F.8.. W.V.A. I ..r m .11. Dlson 4 BlodOB FOR SALE %  DEANE Pleaaant count., homo of akan. with ahliieJc rn..f. 011l4.un.iB I bedroom.. Hun* and dlnlnl room., kitchen. arivanCa qu-rtara, 2 gaxgea and alororooma. '. Irrtlle acre*, option further 2'j acre* Often comMered "CASABIANCAMakwell'COBM A beautiful oroparK embodvina Ihe fined pre .war i. appnik. I acre* with flower • ud legelablc farden*. pmductiviirchard and OOCOaaPl aru\c-ire of walled rarden m' be -old arparateli B < bulMlml .lie "SUNSET HOUSEProapact. M Jamn Bungalow with wld.* •ea-lronlage and oil U. paj ., BOO Eatate B The |kn DUNDO -Cave Kill ainUined and pruduclive •ome 33 acrei k> J var> nllon ? mile, from Cllv r la worthy of rapeei.il a po W f* gieai charm Ita grneial rtntcture i-..ell.I and there I* cpari'Hi. accommn.laKIAL ESTATE AGENT ATJCTIONEES H..INTATIONS ni:u.i)INI. Phone 4640 SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLAND STEAMSHIP CO. %  ailing fr -Cotttcau Pth II,. •Bonalie" ill, Ml. J J( ,..e.. 1B60 Baling f.nm Amaterd.m n (toar IHh Hecember ino. m %  lad" iat> ETd I>eeOmber, r*o loan. an.I " l>lh December %  a. |l tlth. Decen nc.., :. r Januarv. 1 %  MB %  bar. ISM. %  CotlicaJfth taeO. u %  Wiltem-tad Lt %  '.ladel Sailing t, December. IBM. limited piaaeniet available I. r Mi-wtoN. SON m \. ., The M v rARLBBU %  ,..a Manta-rral i .i si K.tu a-. . MVJ M litnM it tm R li.ASSOCIATION. IfM. Tolf|ihtt-: 441 NBEBa — OflaWntf AND KIT. D SHKCrAKD EapfoaootiM %  aaladaraUaa Ufa AaieelotMa F %  ARMBTHO*.0 LTD. ~ 'IASBADOB Tel aa.. N wist: \n\miisi KI-DAVS NEWS FLASH FIAJWKK l.XN lor DOORS IOH!0 UAIDUlll hvmts d.> wc pB MV. I "n .'.it we .r. rrrulnl) *oimt rMord l.u.inr.. I. IM %  t JO..MOVK K1ATIUNEIY Canadian National Steamships IADV NELBON 1 ADY RODNEY 1 ADY NELSON Man 3 %  91 %  I I 8 ALL GOOD Kj WISHIS COS A %  PROSPEBOUS NEW K YEAR : CARLTON BROWNE %  •r-.'Ar-mtummmiitwMS Ringing in Our New Styles! FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON OR SHOES LADIES' SHOES I CHILDREN'S SHOES! |ss -srrc'iAi.isr L. 1 For further Information apply to • DA COSTA & CO., LTD.— Agenu h SAGUENAY TERMINALS m •i c it bounding ,. Millar ur.d on lan on landa of CoHi'ton r-ia' i landa of Pool Plantation and (hi of bafore ma claim, wit] Z "andnow ur 1.U of J B Ceopin daveaaed. iw landa now or bdT&i M L McCarthy and on the u..a.iu. n._d or however elae HW r Autt anl t-iund. i" bttnd .., aerou.t of their aald thel. wltneaac... document* >, to bo enamlned bw "aa in any Tuaaday. or Friday between the inure erf II inoon' and J o'clock In Ihe ,ftrri..i..ii al Die Office of tha Clerk 01 heTAaaWlant Cm.n ol Appeal at tho -ouft Houoo. BrldBOtown. before 'he ltd day of JanuaryMl. in order tin paOti claima may be ranked Id lha nuture and priority I ipedlvoly. otharwiaa %  i>e pre. hided from tin I.OVI:H. V>IE.\T w trTBOts HIS EXCELLENCY iluGovrrtior-in-Executive Committee has •ppoiritcd a committee with th following terms of refermce: "To examine the conditions in the port area in regard to the loading and landing of cargo, pilferage, the control of traffic. wharves and warehouses, and to make recommendations for their rcguU'lrn and improvement." 2. The CommittM Invites persons and organisation* interested to give Information orally and in writing. All *uch persons and organisations should communicBle with or send memoranda lo the Secretary. Mr. F. J. Odlc of the Labour Department before lMh January, 1951. 3. It would be of considerable benefit lo the committee if eight copies of nil memoranda could be supplied. 4. The committee wishes to obtain as much information as possible and u is hoped that anyone who can give any relevunt int.it %  nation will not hesitate lo make It available to the committee. 22.12.50—1" CANADIAN SKRVUKS From Montreal. St. John, N'.B.. Halifax, N.S. To Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara. B.C. TOKEN IMPORTS PROM THE U.S.A. Importers are hereby notilltd that the li^t of Httttl publiMiecl. [or whirh audited statements are requested for imports from the U.S.A during the years 1946 to 1948. is amended as under Delete:—Machinery Raw Materials. Add— Cigarettes. Minerals. Earth Pigment. Rayon Fabrics. Raynn Drrssrs. Cotton Dresses, Cotton Shirts, Electric Fain Radio Apparatus. Freerers & Paris, Electrical Household Washing Machines. Manufactured Plastic Products. Office Appliance& parts. Industrial. Chemical Electric llous' Mold Refrigerators. (Sgd.) F. A. BISHOP. Comptroller of Supplies. 31st December. 1950 23.12.50—2n TRADE MARK CAUTION f I'. rtaMBV fllVaW tin '>rciioril lli>ai' I'I v.i %  >>wr< and oarl.Mivo 9' %  '"• ding f rei will ilao Wolar Pump PERMANENT SEEDIJ5S ^Bord pWar. and needle, o ao>..i.l. of all kind* too. A 3D LTD -tlUB-tl.beneflt be deprived of all Claim on or asaiiuri Ihe aald property Clalmanla aro alao iwliBod that thoy inuat attend the aald Court O"! Wednoador. U*a *Td day of January, w. %  10 oclock a m when their aald clalaM will be ranked. Given under my hand thl. Mlh day ot October. ISSO I V. OLLKEK. A. tins Cltrk Of lha Aaalatanl Court of Appeal %  io S-SB OINTMENT MANZAN • RAND 9*fffflg§B UK. Gl I IHV^SUI.VMiVM (French Line) s.s QAJ Ulna t*. Trinidad < %  French QIIIBM on I ss c VSC<;NI. Sal '• HBvrf via M.n tiiiHioe I 0UaHtol0U|M on .lanuar.v 3rd. 1951. Sailing to Trinidad, La Quail I, I Cartagena and Jamaica on Januai i i ftp: SS. "COLOMIIIK SS 'COI.OMI1IK 19 Salting to PlyBtouth and La Martii M and Ouaoaloupe ttth, 1950. All ship i %  % %  and Ma (1ASCOGNI I Havre via in January COI OMBII lurthei %  i t.. R M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. I Seedling. JOHN IM III.H SALES REAL ESTATE Srfig leltora, Jan,eSfreel OFHCIAL SALE %  tAHBADOS __..„, TO THE ASSISTANT COURT OP APPEAL Ea.iltotilo JuMtdicttooi MVRA I*ONOHA MCCARTHV 1'taaniifT MADAlJtNE CONSTANCE: DANfEl. Itetcliduit 40TICI la hereby gl>i BM l.tanl Co I public BEASi.ir HOUBS%  CALAIS" altuata roar Dover. Chrlat Church, itandlns SS •Mrokirnataly > rooda. I paroh ol land The dw*nlrurri erf December. ISSO. al 1 p m lha Dwell Inghouae called "-Jholdan" and IM local thereto contaanlna; ou aquara feet, ailuate al Shot HaU Land. Upper par Street. St. Michael. Inrp-ctlon on application to Ml %  Eatwick it "Laurmora'. Upper Boy BUoak Eor further PortlcuJira and Condilto r. of ^^ y ^ c t ATro(lI(fcc X oal dated Ihe Mth day Of OclnbOT. there will be -M up •' —'•,.'• lbs hid*eet btdd-r ..t th. OaBco >* UClerk ..I Ihe AaUtant Court of Appeal ,it (he Court Hcuac. Uridgia-iwn. betwoon the hour, of II .noon. M .d looWk In Ihe afternoon on mdar the RfUl <• day of JaiMiary. 1S9I. au that certain piece or parcel of land .ituale al Kirtona ratio* parWh ol Saint Philip and lalond iloreaald conlalnlng by ad three modtwenty perchc. more or leaa butting and bounding! on landa now or late of C laimer. on landi now or late ol J R Cnppn. decaaaat OO ItRda new or late of M I. McCarthy .nd on Ihe Pub:ic Road or however alao • ha aame m.v butt and bound, and If not than aold tho aald property will bo aet up for aala on every aueceoding r-rtday between the aame hour, until the earn' aold for a aim not leaa than (IBM* Dated Hue Stth day of October. ISM I. V On-KEK. Acllng[ Ctrrk of the Autrtanl Court of Appeei I M Ifl.M-An i.ik -*i.i 1.1 \-i "k PtOrfRRK. Upper Clhir that rtclrable family re.lden or n,0SO aquare feet of lan. ,*rlect order H %  running waler. all modern oa KIM are Roc*, %  : m mi Houae ir !" with naineri MSfladal Si Juhn DE WITT'S ... %  a:-.,,-, in cinnemon w|Ul the M ihe al.i.c namod toropany in Mlllno the .aia % %  "-!that Ihe -aid Tia hZe boon ..gi.tcredm n.c I-. U T.l. M..H. Ofh Afi iu .Imperial, and on H I < %  i Eatelgn Slatri and Mull SRI nifringemoril liaudulrnt ln.ltatii>n nr lu.praii r aa>d Trade Mara. .... any t Ihe.... ... VlOSStlOB M the nd •Jpreiuuned Company in (eepocl Iheredf oilhin Barbado. will be Sea t w the Mri.hawdmr Marru. Art Tfco to %  MBM I rroud lie m*f i t--"• !te.wiee ,. the law dlfOcl. " I Itlh da-. < BROWNE'S NAUTICAL ALMANAC FOR 1951 n„i.,.is A 1 . "/ :I:HH ALSO THE LATEST IIESIIINS IN PUMPS and SANDALS ulUble Swimnii.ii: Hint!. 4. Wrtrr Wini;.. Fully fushioitMl Hosiery arwl ,\ i'i... Polishes and Clcanrr.. THE BRITISH IIATA SHOE COMPAW WILLIAM FOGARTV LTD. INC. IN B. C We art note receiving a Shipment of PRESTCOLD 4.4 REFRIGERATORS Will those Customers could not olnain theirs our last shipment PLEASE CALL IN BOOK NOW who from AND J %  ; %  r v I •, T. II inWAerSJVSt*St*SW*t^*^ J? E. Sour -iilmtliil auppurl ilium, wi: WISH voi: a Happy ('hrlatnias and a Prtriperou" New Year THE CENTRAL EMMHUUVM i l Mi: M rOVNDar LTD— Propreunl Corner ol Bro-J A. Tudor Street* >^Si5^^^Myit!*V!^*toV !'/'///; BLBNDBM& Of . HELP WANTED IMMEniATEI-V Cnmpelrnl 8tancafrap*r prefer .ibly with eperlenee In Com m %  .. Aawney buetnaaa. Apply In poroon Room SOi PUntaUon* ltd Ft.Hiding bei-een • and II am. tm.ii.ia aa MISCM.I.ANKOUS rATINO OITIdT Mlnlater Houae. Manna like paying SuooL Charmlrg h.m.e and garden MJW •reaklaat and lea. II.SO other meoa. when required Telephono m it Ilao—tn SEWTNO MACHINE — Sanger hand nudrl pref.rred No matter age but rouat be in avl .ondlllun Phone eSSO Ufore 1130 am f 119S~3n Baylor's Special J&lended !Rum (With Thr Dinlinetitv flnrniirf wanoK vov ALL Z71 'Very diappy fHetD tycor. .'-. .'. :ipprouch lha el : another year we look back with gratitude to the support Deration of those we have had tha plaaaura "i arvli ll oughout the yeai ind laaa tins opportunity "i rj | | i. ad llevl i.lir. for A l-RO^PLROCS SEW YEAR %  s V y 5? I I 9 continues to win NEW CUSTOM among MEN who enjoy the leel ol FABRIC EXPERT CUTTING PRECISION OF 1 DOWIHM. ESTATES ANII TRADING £ COMPANY LIMITED. 5>S!aBliWlllil!lipJV5Wt5^t*5t lMWHBMMIIM5JJ{ ; :v?5'M'11'' : *BHllalalllll.alllBflfltl I1HI\ IK T.XYI.UH A S1f.\S 1.1 It. I I %  I I V V V 2 and fine styling oi S SUITS if*2| Vt f i ;irr I ? V 1 i at a iomprehen->i\e range of • HARBI8 TWEHM WORSTEDS, DOE-SKINS. TROPIC U S IND '. Mil lilUM WILLIAM HMJARTV LTD.! 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TAO.E TEN BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, DECEMBER tt, 1M BOSMIII Beats Al Browne %  n. Htili-r 4 yrtlin* flgt I <.' u.rctiu<1 BOXIIIK [.v e w.-iirhinjt m ; %  133 BM lb* well. Toward* the end <>i the ninth B**\i .'II Stint and n thre>e <*her t.-ronon^ Bc|] im xtt' i!asm round wa* • thriller as OWd .home" themselvi iwflrv, Wh l*" lMMn m#l1 *? od ll fls! : fans broke into deiis!" K'K raised RiK""'! 1 hanri In tfli UnVuli 'in %  rrM-flv invader! -i>. i ivArmed Into ihe iina In ih.' preltmlnai ' GariVwa) *ai awarded | In th* fast und ol run*: riui I II ,i.nli:lf<1 for not Irving Queen's Horsr \\ in* Sl*'*'|>l' Chase I.OMK)N. DM -•<; W iH't III 'ranis' cihisrr Matucou wio il Ihjrti s1i.jii>b' race attain.'I hiki..: Kompton P;n> I..I "11 ba> id his fin* ^loson of jumpin. afoivJ 1h"'1 sccooc nd Irord % %  i The vietary vw worth Hboul £2.000. Mann-mi aired bj I i I Po I 0U< 4 Mjlae P*'d to I Monavi'cn prevouFl> the N<> i Kimpei It the Owen's "tables fell and ruK In beahjOl .mi in, weeks aao. Today the holiday race crowd] i-hfered Itself r> arse, and lhi*' their hat* m toe an when ll Queen's horse won A few minute* afie< the tflcfc i I wa* down in The paddock to hands with HKke> li \1 and |p all all •"' WINT SETS NEW RECORO CHHISTCHCItl H New, /• i Arthur Wtnt J ales'* Olynvu Champion won tit 100 final to-day in tin Canti Centennial GameHe 18 seconds ahemi "I Ami lean Mai Whittiel.l and i of 46.9 seeeras belfaflVad to be the fastest recorded in Austral" or New Zcnlnnri fnr the dastanc' The 100 >;irts hnal was wo. by w Donruch> f Australia 9.7 secA H Kraix. I' S second ami E Mi-Don^M Ballr* of Brit.Mii wan third Mi*afarlork Jackson of Australia, Empire (James Champm' won the 75 yards In 8,3 sees 11 beat the New Zealand record >• l/o of a second. Renl'i I \lll SI llll QUEENSLAND WINS -'.'---*-----•-'--%  M fMBM this seawJ Si .th AusI K J*rk H6 gave ipening stand of 111 nut the si. 1 >.ii %  %  • Itruler MAIL NOTirr. Ill Of .lo. ,WA'///V>'''-' ANNUAL DAM I US'TRAI. CRICKCT C'Ll'B will take plare e>i SATl'KDAV. DECK 30th i ^ Mil ill I MUSK l>> HopP) Jordj and inOrrheatr* IlikeU ubUinabU from Mrmber*nd Iheir Friend '. I H\T \ S;H1Slli ,. ,.i., iBpitelb -i ib • E|U l!l"l I X I lOMADE M your HAIR dr.ssing. It itralgniena mo nair. aim ma the calp of dandruff USfc KAZOL Pomade as dire.te.1. ami sou get startling rculu. without L |i>tresJrtng your pocket l>Mnbalra Till. BOIINN BAY B UM CO ^5i^iiiA^;ii}\stJ5^so\ji^5'/5is^!; BIOBT ldoNTTIB 0IJ> MAROA la -npportel by i f.mon^wlUl^lIl 1 a motlnT N.-l V.i, Vlin Dm.li h.nnpioii ii.uodn<^ Ti*%  in Hi. antat Bel Intend) -winiming this '<>ain. > Outsiders Win At Trinidad Races fKntm **nr l>n Correapontleiitl POUT OK SPAIN Tut kiay, TinT.T.C Chriatmai mi el Ihc moan inlNrabli WMthoi imagiiuiold Throughoul ihu day, ootsldtfi won the iDsjorlty <>i '!" %  raca %  lthough in M two cuts thff favnurito came home as in ih' Derby the C CUM FcniandM Trophy ovta .i mile. ' % %  ',.. raauJI | • ,...j how f'r the i ind hi i %  vai detract from ihc fine victoi %  '%  la x na ihebeal mller thai the champwi bared, one la* f re O.T.C. hu prod that the Jamaicans mi battct I nil makai the Bm iiarbadi. mud than thoat rei uwin .. Governor 1 doe and Ti In dad On ,i .. . i^hi have arm vhsjthei LADY SPRINTERS POKT-OF-SPA1N. Dec i\ After strong ciitieism* ancuiine in the Press the AmuU u i Athlete ABSOCiatiun m Tim ham ucd iiivitations to Eileen KlnjT, Pearl Ooodlng and Julia Charles, the island's top women aprtnter>. lo get ready for the trials lo be held prior lo the selc*-. tion of the Trinidad team for the Pan American Games at Buei •.* Aites early next year Standard Canast ., M. HARftl&ON-CltAY IT la nornaalir cuinldcira % %  • Ma piny U> tj"ia wiTliimi Caains tlir dLvaid pllr wlin fou are In the fliai -laar ol •unMrabllltT—le. wlirn jour •owe 1% ftrlwern O-lMO It rou do so. fixi %  < rwiuciiia il..number of ca'in fOarnaiMJ. ami will iharriu Uaik>rrr IM IIIUIBIIVC lo your QOOWieiil* riiry will be abi> (fi Tt*rnr llic pack, tr Oi*r SO daMra. with ihe inailiPoiattiM' oad> in lair favourfor earn Of thrni il! hava his lull uota or 11 .aidA" aia-ays in tht* laeetnaunt howavrr. Utara aro K. If, is S. S. ft. ft. ileaat %  fht Ia ?er Bood band feUt OBJI foe |otiif .>!i'. i,ui. %  %  It doe> not rniiiam a -.uOi oirnt varlftv of pairs lo ararrmtit sou trylna: U> oontuiir 'inHOV uoili a larg* pack tuH> br*n collrcud You -lumid at one* main I, •. s. ft. Jakar, Thin la %  a rn a l w your parinai mat rod ar aiim-i itmaj 'OOl If ha haa any PI If hr dbla l_ and yoo .*• mad' potnt wa mark, winnei ol bj Merrymarl ..ut of Goo ly-1 l undei | | Watson prefen th soft foirui i atyle thai ll amild have takan • to give him ii m a Unfortunately nelthci Watei cress nor BowbeUa ran true t< form und tins lafl Pootmark with an aass bul hollow yictorj i' reminded ma of liaan'a lha Trial Stakes in 1918 Footmark was not brad b) hi ..wner but Mr Watson OWM hi ftln Meromark as well as ten broodmares and revealed lon'^'i* ih.it in future he will bread in Jajnaloa and race In Ti nldad because he wa* vei. pleaaad with the genan i and thought thpubtk \' ;! victor} m .. tank i %  Ii as murh %  FOOtmarl return lo Jamaica I i when the Jester ll tnothei Uerrymark iwu with • % %  era 1 Btato He I owned In J U flrai majo. successful purehsuM Of his ownei Mi S W III.Hike. who has already boufhl %  few %  in the ca M of 1 an %  ever, It would lie unwl how good he i u the start wa,i bad on.w/ruch ha got the bm of. and moat of tin olds out here were of! colour Koai notal le ol eat V a clam afb half furloni Croai Roads Cup, and it ajao inada it the la^t l ii ajoi ovanl In the South Carib i i>oon to !• won by lha P r efen of or'" rew horaai could navei fought ii ore %  1 the Bniah and In •• ihat with %  tank O'Ncil who rode Atomic 11 •ftei the race, ht leld me thdt ha thought thai the lug Imrsr was still recline his leg ,i bll and th. \ explained why he was lieaniu -lightly on ElizalH'lhan Holder on Elu.ii.ein,in told me indid not think this interfere*. with lha n i*i ehaneea of winning it w.u. In tad the bast firdsri (Of the ei.tne day. What's on Today S S lijNcusnr arrives from In. I md i .ini l'. M l,,.|... Advocate % Photo Exhibition at ii.nh.ul... Museum Mrrllm SI 1 'hunus Vealr> 1 00 p m Sale of "Sheldon.' t'ppcr Bay Street. Mrsars t'ottlr t alford A, Co '! 00 p m Policr Hand Concert at the Leper Aaylum 400 pm liarryl P. Zanuck's "No Way Out" al Empire Theatre. H 30 pm Tlouse o( Hi iii.i. and Mummy s (ihoat" at Olobe Theatre. 8 30 p m Samuel tioadwyn'a "Our Ver> Own' al Bridietown Plssa. H 10 p m STOCK-TAKING j Mlllll. m — f We wish to inloim ou:H Customeia and the qon-B leral public thai out rVntvH JDept. will be closed for j| STOCK-TAKING | t bom 27th -30th Decent-jB ber inclusive, all other H m yssj Dopartmenls wilt be openaj* (Has usual. '^ WT %  % %  I • -' %  COURTESY v GARAGE r | II..I1.-11 'I'IIIIUI. § -,While Pfk Rod I For pretty Dresses any time the new NAMRIT A TOOTAI. 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Friday ll.i. inb.i 2 IN.SU Bmrbains lliurxate A torn Bom b Won Id Split East— West Says Archbishop Of York NEW YORK, Dec 29 JJR CYRIL v5ARB2TT, Archbishop of York, second ranking Anglican leader, said to day that the use of the atomic bomb in Korea "would never be forgotten or forgiven and would result in an irreparable breach between East and West He wrote In a pastoral letter: "Use of the atomL bomb could only be justified as a final attempt to save Western civilisation from catastrophic ruin by unprovoked agpression '' DrclHNnR < OMIMI II I V III II > r Rritain Ma\ Soon Name Ambassador TO SPAIN LONDON, Dei 2H Britain n o askc Spi -igreemen: lo the appointment ol a new Amfaaasad .r t.* Madrn' usually well inlo.me.1 quarter* ii London believed 10-dav whether Spain's •'B" • i i had %  •-> %  •ougnt, me foreign Office spokcimi:.n rc1>IH',I II %  ,,,, •Dtnmcnl Id tod :i,.,i n %  r ewi at the *j>polotincnl of a British Ambmmlithin a lew day-*. %  >. %  %  %  %  \ bassador lo Argentina Sii %  Charge d'AITair-R'utT PoHoe Drvdge River For Coronation Sloile LONDON ii M Police ihe River Crouch in K.vaex to-day In their hunt for the Coronation BK Itolen from We Abbey on Chrlatmai Daj During the night iwlice patrolli L f nki foil* n og one call that .1 "heavj bui -rn trarov LWrS-tl fri. A nibs) ..iH thi bundle had been durn|Mtl into the river. Police suspect it IVM ihe 1.100 year-old stnnr utsJMM [cure a ROCKI undeiYtentMna wH I "in.1 Dr iJnrbeit WfOtt T very thought of the po*siblllt> it war with this patient long %  uOtrtaf, people is hateful "The use of the atomic bom,> against their cities, would outrage Ihe conscience of our nation" 11,1..lied for .mother attemp' at the earliest possible moment nd at the highest level", to reach agreement with IllWlto %  lUiuul %  are could be no peace in the world Referring to Cotnmuniim. he wrote, "in many European countries, a widespread mood of dtspairing fatalism is destroying th. will to resist. "Unless there is a dcr. viction that Marxian Communism h to evil that it must be resisted at all coats, the atmosphere of :'ustr.ition will spread." lirlton-. were prepared there was the grim probability that they might share <>f Eastern Germany. Poland and Czechoslovakia "The Church must oppose vigorously, this materialistic form of Communism," he wrote —Reuter Two Chinese Prepare For BaWe On 38th Parallel Brazil Communists Plan Action Jan. 3 RIO DE JANBIRO, t> [1 lg MI %  .1 ill.,; Conu BrUm ..-.. tat ion throughout the country following iroublc which broke out hut week when more thnn I .<)(> were arrested. n Communist Leader Lola Preatssj said thai ftrtkte, political '.eelngs. distribution ol %  Ubvai ind posting propaganda bills were Oeing plan. ned for January 3 police ho*' said to be taking necessary step' lo prevent Communist action. —Reuter. U.S. Tells Italy to Go Ahead With Plans WASHINGTON. DM J8 The United States i, report, 1 to have told Ihe Italian Oovtn mem to "go ahead" immediately wifh plans for manufirturlnr. arms worth about S400.000.000. next year. An official said thai the StallDepartment had assured Italy informally, that financial aid would be forthcoming in the European rearmament programme to help ihem. The amount of dollar aid, was emphasised, would depend Ihe Italians own production effort. The Italian plan called for the turning out of rilles. mortal machine nuns, transport vehicle cargo lorries and large quantities. of ammunition, it wi| reported —Renter Audience In Panic HAIFA. Dec. 28 A first night theatre audience listening lo the forsicnn-born singer Tlno Rossi panicked tonight as a tear gal lw>mh was thrown among them They were made to leave the kgJJ Baton Ufg performaneo bega a Cornmisfl %  putsida the theatre raid: Boycott T He collibbnrted with the Nazis.' UM miciotha people wal Into the Arnion theatre and said: "You know I have ilwsjy bow with yotT Thsg ehtffM Ha il lo i:ive a seriw of performance?, IT. Israel and then JI to Franco to make two Bin —ReUler. Egypt Prejxtring for Next War CAIRO. • Fearing thai the Middle Ba kvill heeome one of ihe battlefields in %  now world war. Egypt making elaborate civil defend preparations. Experience gained in the aacoin world war is to be used In fetuin .11' protection against both old %  !* new rjBOthods M Vlfiiri Egyptian inissKins in the United States %  ire studying the late-' methods of civil defence lneJudii.| protect i % %  against the atom bom'' A Civil iiefetice department is being created with the approval of the Council of Ministers —<* r MOTOR OAI I i Orswiasu stead OhfM Motor Car Burnt Out I Wlsgln wood-worii m Cpl Hurd %  Cioodmi.n. Ofj net ex!ingui.-hed ihe I rilde of ti > Mlad with .1 %  dragged i wide open Fish Price Control Likely In I .A. I.DM I %  %  creating iu that ihe i %  ti ... It was learned on Thurvin> %  %  when mi,' Rao and in ma %  I P Britain \\ ill Scrap Old Kail Motors tea 28. Briton* n MN liHiniie locomotives dai pussengei 1912 wllh shutoff ooraparl i which must ba entered ridor. Under inj IIII.I %  % %  ...-. frj • nil %  %  i %  i of ultraraodei i curs But tin gotten. Etellroad ofAglaUi expeel %  i engine \ ML Then %  i old faithfuls histle ot %  team iv. Canadian Troops Will Return home "I TAW \ 345 man an. will rtturn home probably tnthin .. monlh •n Press news n.v D Inner ilmm thai 10.000 of It! DPI should go lo K..I..1. II rlramhr uay lr Hie f..i. I mhno ihe agency added I TOKYO, Dec. 28. \ J-i I rnCD (,ENERAL MAC-ARTHUR'S Intel\i K ctite Staff ''"' ' estimated today tnat the Chinese could throw 1.10,000 men against the Eighth Army, cov.-nn the South Korean capital of Seoul, between New Year's Day and January 10. Limited attacks in lesRer strength could be launched "at any time", the Intelligence officers added. The Chinese could reinforce this strength in the west by between 100.000 and 150.000 troops released by the United NatioiiR evacuation of the northeast coast. OM Ul THAT < AMI: • i HI i 0 A DarbfMUafi poom had .:. %  n.. i % %  I 11 :>:\ litdr. %  I %  licthan nnlnsj the Oov i a, i %  Kli/aITtd to have the racl in hsnd • big sliong lavj and (oiKod ahead to pagi Ihg winning %  EUtabeti ID imIshlDfl %  acond In his dream | l iiut he did rcmeml>ei %  %  ravai kahl) %  iiuulUng Ins Trinidad ratebook the foilov nut morning, ha I -\tnmir lid ba WtMriBf a red B0 with no uel.i pinning his faith in nil hi i>t 82 no Mnl t.' ... II %  gW ill th t Atonic H ElizaTo-day his dream i i hg Ii richer bj %  %  r %  %  in. adnum-.ti. ii.i.... in batti.li.. lhara i %  %  %  Lltl Ul. ticst year The bulk ol %  %  %  i.. %  10 If" in %  higher than i 1 .. %  |g I %  qii. %  Ani.v "oie ol .IKC Mi' ; %  %  IgO — Itrutri j |Cr I .S. To Listen To IN'ipino N %  i %  nod Nl Unit* ; %  %  . i t hni for NCtllcnient ol all Fai I %  at t kttooj ua tint'iii\ i . Korei %  ii .. iu.iit.li> gnoefcoul inea the Chlm nunlMj sent their hOCOV Ul %  lUon of the i" gjni the US % %  rmaaoi thai it %  nosa |l oppoaltlon %  r.'Si" %  . imiid brli i mpllod • %  owes .. rori Lha > : ,.i. (wo week igo eopie In tha ramptuoi banqueting hall of the Quiri...i Palace Chosen from the Ron*, they arrived I it e red ihe pfi v the main gate anil mounted the staircase 0 to be received by Oil I and Smnoia Einaudi. —nrulrr EVA CHANGES HER MIND (>t rniaii Bishop Cftlls For l_ ifil\ Talks : Ilisho) 000 too Qerman Pro I ban !o-rught that h. %  i ti lalfci with %  %  ould open ita home in Berlin fnr two preitto Grotewohl from Ea Konrad Adenauer ti i it would iifii i %  -Ml make i it any time for this purpose and rjuraia all effnrts to gain whli u is so tervantlj .I. irsjd t>| all of ua," BL'I. %  n P .. i ition of tic to pul %  %  t < . Ihe SAW —Keltic HUH 4'HIIIST.HAK SHOIMMM. mm fff^ P f %  KT" M HT ^ vafrinlLfl -SB^^* % "^ %  ssLJ — ^W'? ^m :. -VI Gen. Motors Huild Car Of Tin* Fulun DaTTROrr Di A lot of (titui %  %  %  Dull) b] %  P .nil-. : tyling the car, lg a lot %  njfMWi ..i Dll i % %  !.. %  i i. in . %  . %  [ranui %  '. iDji undei Qoveronu i i %  I : %  t| it Adanauai I — Itrntrt future, onl • ti %  i %  I...' %  will I ,. i. llowered H IU %  Il Will (HI nut Inject lo | pei %  rn %  ., %  thi Cpl EARTHQUAKE ST. KITTS IN In0*n Crirr. r> % %  ST. KITTS. Dec. 2B, •.•re severe eaitiiquak*%  1, 2 P.M. yesterday %  > No damaRv lad ba st Kitti but uteri %  tciKirts from Nevis thai Idlngi hu\c been dammi ntl "f Chwrlettown Icf* v|..nt in !•• oper Into Reds Denounce UA Foreign Poiic} itiv yoMX %  he Unlh %  •' %  %  IhrM pul I I .1 '\ t %  lllllllll"! nlghl %  %  llman ind ona ol QH %  %  i %  i...i lad Niu" n, i i %  ouUi i %  %  I %  % frofi %  \ .ik St.il. |rb 0UI %  tloti "ill meel in K>alr, ISritish Warships Visit UA llase HAVANA, i* M .. I: %  c ii.. infoi 'i i H i i >• ai Quantanai on .ho..i,.i. H superb \\ %  -nd the Hakiw] lag n iiiarriw —Krvlri Time-Bonib Killer ippeab Si'Hit'irnOUBBD n. I %  .-I, watchmaker ., bomb 1 monliH %  ^•' ItII %  i MM %  i.i..: %  %  %  i murderln Kmti 38,323 U.S. Casualties \\ UMNO ION ii.-. T. .\niii>uii-.il I mini State %  J-.II. In,.. In tbr korrj war IMC to 3*.M\ b> mid tiUlii Itrremhrr II .HI itirrr..r ol IJM "MI Hte i>rni..iirrk Ol UtfSM . 1 I tft .1. '.HiI'lir l, i-ni i Ii. ii.itlmrnl reteaalag UM Bgoraa !• iaj aii Utal UMJ rarati lantedl BJJU] UM imllln .II.IIIX xnl II IK* I l>l kill 1' <-11 t a I Froiirli Evaouale llinlili. II Oulposl SAIGON l/nhi i %  .. %  i he Tonhll thi B rthlleu i in nlning up with .. llel ei ... |p then, 1 %  %  harp and hghl with \ %  ni n i iiM. %  %  with great!* Mtti n morning i probable %  ..... believe that Kun : an) k %  I • I %  i ...ill. of : ... ee fronl 11 lolll I,,, I „ The ill) 48 U.N. PLANES SHOT DOWN REDS CLAIM LONDON Dai K .laiim-d | %  %  •ft, 1 1. .... lotad ir i id thi People' | i ompteti \j %  14 an an i ... Allied held M II —K ruler. %  %  he ] %  ratullg %  %  %  Ui town ..f Kunin.. %  .iy Th%  AST Fore, || i hulldlngi .' N l ti r.echoslovak army i IN CZECH ARM) hatea n The ntfgulalM I ... of irmv %  %  %  %  bin strength" to ei %  and to st'. %  %  violating %  %  ... %  i pg Commui The raculatloni g.v.avory trmy th>? fa : %  (.%  rtori wtti y olhe* %  %  Oteaaa Laia %  I political wort In lb< army. —Ki-ntrr MEN eUmb %  Iain* in tincompany of other* anil with *pericnrcil piml.. linke.l lowether au that eavob indiviilnal i|rolrrl*<| by the skill, atreogth anal ex|nri>'i. of ihe j;ri>iip. To ptottWl tl"' liiumciiil future of Inloved ones, ilw bmil) in.. II ncr.lK ^frttuards nut unlike thoaa ol tli


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Thar da< Irreabtr 2S l! /ill Sarbatms locate ^u. Bustamante Wants New Deal' Elections Government Deft-ater/ on Trans/Mtrl It ill ec 27 The Constitution Relorm Commission began taking evidencen public today in Older lo obtain people's views as to the typo ol constitution they desired Sll John Waddington opening today'' session explained to the crowded hall thai witnesses may be asked question* by the Comni]SM %  . M.L.C. who asked for universal adult suffrage with compulsory voting; a Legislative Council consisting of the Colonial Secretary. %  Financial Secretary and Attorney General as ex-omcio members. 2" elected members with property n d literacy quallllcatlon for membership. A Council life of five years dissolving earlier only by a no-conildence vote of 75 per cent, of the elected members; Executive Council constatingof three ex-offlcio members with seven elected members of the Legislative Council elected by secret ballot byelected members; these seven to be designated Mlnistci i 1 folios, the Governor to nominate the chairman of the Council; each minister subject to removal upon a no-confldence vote by two-third 1 of the elected members; the Governor to have reserve powers with matters concerning public order public faith and good Govcrnmen' which he shall exercise with the assent of the Executive Council or falling; that with the approval ol the Secretary of State for the Colonies I wilt do ,ust that" Algi iers Motor RalLS Begins To-day ALGIERS. Dec. 27. The Algiers to Capetown rally one of the most strenuous mou>i lug trials in the world will begu tomorrow from four puinU, Tur i\ Algiers, oran and Casablanca. The 40 competitors are expected b< reach Capetown on February 22 after covering ,050 miles Of those taking part. 32 use French I nc ludi n g Moroccans rend Tunisians, two are American, two Belgian, two Swiss, one Is mi Egyptian and one is .. South Afri. can. —R eater. Allies Speed Attacks In N. Korea R Tke h Ov e8e 40 0 00 Redsfoead Korean Front Alld VowHetl BRITAIN'S lstr-t in light bonibrr. tlir Cauhrrr* axpsrt* It %  reported from Amcri.M that tha of the** aircraft LED ILK. Doctors \ EMPIRE PREMIERS WILL DISCUSS REARMAMENT Expensive Dog UENVKlt. COLORADO, Dec. SrT. A woman is suing Paramount Pictures for $123,000 for the LosN of her dog used in the Bang Crosby tilm 'The Emperor Waltz." Mrs. Florence Peschel ol Denver in her suit says the movie company rented her trained fox terrier "Tippy'' and usca him as a full for Blng Crosby In the film Mrs Peschel's lawyer said "this thing is a real tragedv Mrs. Peschel is described as 'a childless woman" who "lovea this dog." — Beater. France Refuse Budget Cute PARIS. Dec 27. F i ninra Minister Maurice Petsehe told the Ratten National Assembly to-day thai the Government refused lo accept anv of the nitfl DrOpOBttj by the Finance Commission in UM spa IgJ n-.innament bud net of 355,000.uOO.Oub : %  %  This sum represents Fiance's first year's contribution to the European defence programme discussed in Washington last summer. The Government Intends to stake its existence on the adoption of 'he rearmament budget which includes 185.000.000.000 i.ew taxation including an increase in incom" Ui) The general debate Parted early this morning More than 20 Deputies have announced their to speak. The clause by clause discussion of the Bill is due to itarl to-moin.w vrhea no doubt the Got-eniment will put the S uestlon of confidence on each Is puled clause. The finance Minister described the economies and cuta proposed the Finance Commission at "unrealistic" and as "very difficult to realise on the eve of the i.ext general elections."' This brcugh. protests from the popular F.epubii rapiHTteur of the Finance Commissl'rfi. M Charles Barauge and from itt Socialist Chairman M. Jean Raymond Quran Petsehe said the Commission's proposals would produce a total deficit of 8B.0OO.000.00O francs in the 1051 ordinary and re-aminii budgets, whuh could than only be financed, by inflation. Alluding to Russia. Petsehe said' "Remember thai on tinothei sid, subtle game Is perhaps being played; that one Is perhaps not seeking a decision on the military Held, but that by internal dlsinlegration of the state. Inflation car. provide the easiest chance of vlc%  ory." "Between the path of effort and icrlllce and the easy way. 1 appeal to you to choose the path of Tort and sacrifice as the Government has done. The country • %  ill lie grateful to you —It cuter Holy Door Closed VATICAN CITY. Dec 27 Workman of Saint Peter's, Basilica io-d> completed the walling up of the Holy Door begun by lht Tope himself on Christmas eve. and placed a big bronze cross ii, the centre of the wall. In the IhM half ol January a bog Will be deposited in the wall cantalnlni i roniploHi sat of Holy Year medals and documents recording the tvrata ol Holy Year Pojie pin* tii->i.iv received i" general audience i,. the Hall of 'lent Mi Benedictions about 7,000 pilgrimcontract: from European countries, the Unite,) States, Brazil and Argentina During to-day's audience LM Pope blessed the foundation slot.? of n Catholic university to be built in Rio De Janeiro. —Reulei Want More Pay DISCONTENTED LONDON. Dec. 27 British doctors who operate the Nalional health plan and Ott Ol then income from government are discontented. Their chief complaint is that their pay based on 1939 data on EOM of living is too low. However it la premature, say rpoketman of the professional i gaDlutlona, to speak of '• strike the health terries Prospect of mass withdrawals from the health programme irBs0t! but there is enough discontent to ike tt certain that Health Minister Aneurln Bevan faces some sharp negotiations with aroused doctors, A new organization, the British Medical Guild, has suggested that under certain circumstances doctors drop the health service m manse and resume pripraetice with patients paying the bills. As physicians are free to do under the health plan the Guild is the creation of the powerful British Medical Association and stands parallel to It It was necessary to set up the Guild to mike the strike threat because MM constitution of the British Medical Association bars It from trade union activity.—<' P. Coronation Stone Missing LONDON. Dae. 27. I he I1HC tonight broadcast an appeal to everyone in Britain U give all possible help in the recovcry Q| the historic cotxmatloi stone taken from Westminslc Abbey. A message from the Dean of Westminster Included In tonlsjM'i latin trotn London tuid the country that Kim .i ... was "greatly distressed by the removal of the stone" Radio and tola printer messages warned all British police stations today to watch for a stolen yellow painted mOtOI IcaT} In the hunt for the historic coronation stone missing from Westminster Abbey. PoUes suspect Scottish Nationalists of having taken sway the I.IOO-year-old Scon,, stone from place under the seat of the Coronation Throne in the Abbey The lorry was stolen on DecemIHT 23 froit ,i f„< 'rit v yard In sgove —Renter. Truman W ill Tulk On Europe Defence WASHINGTON, Dec. 27. President Truman in his "Stale of the Union" Message next week is expected to reaffirm United States del ennl nation to defend Western Europe against Communist aggiession. Particular attention will be paid to this part of his message because of the appeal .( the foirnei Republican Presiiliibfit Hoover for a i in United States commitments outside the western hemisphere. At the same time President Truman may Indicate his hope that the Western European countries will step up their rearmament programmes to the pace of current United Stales rearmament.—Keutcr. DRIVER KILLED ROME, Dec. t A driv<: .ind about 50 passengeis were injured today when t0 buse-. era*tied head on at great speed on a slippery Mghi ,.!.• If utheast 20 miles R'UUT Griffis Named U.S. Ambassador To Spain WASHINGTON. Dec. 27 The White House announced today that Mr stantou Grlffls would be nominated as ambassador to Spain by the President when the new Congress convened in January.—Reuter hlll'IXi. < OOI BsPv'' I I I.ONLK)\ n,%  :: Defence and rearniamem will be the main problems foi Commonwealth PruneMtnlitoni when thej begin their 10-dai cloetd door conference in London on January 4 %  i" ndar the continuim; anxiety of the internatloothe Cunference will deaJ with issues p;oinc tar beyond the Commonwealth itself. It s expected tu dis%  i the Htriiins ami itresseg in the t>ose-knit Commonwealth relation*lup. —— Political observers reel that AldM IhroUfB her Prime Minister j.iw.ni.nlal Nehru will play u vital part m the talks European FnNeroi u | wpsjetasj to pise many eontioversies, as the "ionwealth conference discussed the North Atlantic ,db"*nce in general terms, b it otiservII axpaot pnttrarled discussion 1 policy affecting the Far o\ Tin: • SPOI For 12 nan yuiow Aineii,, (inllitli.s, Ui kepi | bottle of whisky in hei boOM at 1'iiicoe.i. Wales, just in case of emergency. The bottle has Just been opened for a 14-70 a farm horse which full on Its back in a fro/en stream near Amelia's house Ten farmhands arofked all night trying to get the horse out and were considering whether to use a hum-me killer when Amelia heard of the hoisc's plight. She took the whisky from its hiding place and walked across the snow-c<>vcievement officials. The Demotistr.ilh>n Mani 1 gfl December 20. arhen IhrsM Nattoi al Front Deputies walke'il iuli> Parliament, and %  nnouncad they would stay there until Government attacks against the Press LONDON. De, 27 ..topped ilrttuh troops will be trans-; They were later Mood ball PBTTOd to the AUantic Pact arm> .it-down m Parllameni They munediaiely General Dwight D .cannot l>e molested even though Eisenhower sets up his command.' tnc Government % %  mrell dl\ t is North Korean fnml and tent the Kireans to Manchuria (Or trainmg. He said this in a report lo the United Nation* Secretariat T'ie report teferred to the B %  nienill OpamUOM behind the UnitcM Nations lines ThnartUa forces were estimate,! .t lr<-,.\ 30.000 to 35.000. and It was said here was evidence that their ictivines were eontrolle.1 bv the OniWIIMUltsI Higli C'uiiunand" One report estimated that complete organised" Chinese Comtilst units totalling mm. than > hinaes CCH' h a strength of spproxlmat* 250.000 had nlrea.iv crossed into lb Korea and %  uacjmd United Nations forces General MacArthur tepoftad that 35,000 people mostly non ombatant* were estim.it,, | have been victims of "unbelievable atrocities" by North Koreans. An organisation had been established t.. investigate and detain people susfieeted and accuse,| of "eon vetitiout if %  % % %  In another report General MaeArthur said there had ban %  decrease In war crimes and suggested that the Communists hi possibly been influenced bj tl threat of posl war punishment —Heater U.N. Can Govern The World II AssemWy Is Directly Elected NEW V(j Albert hiN-N'n, • %  Myint that th. *ril> I in. British Troops Will Be Transferred To Atlantic Pact Army to be placed al General K iver*s disposal, would include Ihe British eontlnents In Germany. Australia and T"" %  Although no Immediate official Iritis h statement was made on Bag matter, it was understood that BHtsSh rOroea would be includes In the Atlantic army and a forI announcement made .,s soot the constitutional procedute had (een compiled with —R rater publishing business as usual, h Ing transferred their office) to thi Parliamentary Press Ft'" Six Charges SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico, Dec 27, Pedro AlbltU Cam|ns 13-yearold Nationalist Party Leader of the October 31 revolt heard six charges against him read in Court to-day. They include, attack with nlent to kill Subversive activities tnd foui violations of laws requiring regislraUon of firearms was given 15 days lo reply lo Ihe charges The charge of attack with intent lo kill was based on the wounding of a detective in police cordon which surrounded Alblzu Campos In his home during rebellion—ICel Jet Planes Stand-By NEW YORK. Dec. 27 | All-weather jet planes are guarding New York and the industrial coast of the United %  >' % % %  m ,i 24-hour stand-by alert, the American meteorological %  %  %  tiling c: •MOO ie,: ..... MUipped win •• to give then, xtro powci for combat or faste: %  -aid %  %  ta n POCKET CARTOON If OJBBHI IRANIAN"* IfattAd RK, Dec 27. Is quoted hei — United Nation ia only become a world Gn\ ernment If \u Assembly TCf dln-eUy elocteri by Ihe people •"statement by ihe physicist .aade public last night ^ three Americans on their way to %  meeung of world federalists )i. 1 .<-!iev.., Switzerland Dr. btuiU'in't. Sl.ilen.ent eonlii uvo: The mouiitiiig dnnger ,,i i totally dev.sut.ng nMWl* rap' idly eonviiu ing the world that a world federation Government must be created.' "To provide M Irc enlative | MK lv S :[,,. ""'" %  "We. IK, „1 .vntlon." %  :• % %  %  i OUTPOST RECAPTURED SAKit.N. li, Ihe Northern NtpOtl at Daahu "" >y VLtna.u force, ;: 1 neiich forces early th, „, ,,,, Meanwhile Victnmn tOdSU started a concerted attack on outposU in the Phucyeh p u |, nrra about SO miles north ol TOKYO, Dec. 27. JJNITED NATIONS ., i-elosaly pound uiK 'Ho massh: .mist forcea in North Korea, had by tonigl .town 301 sorties in their attempt to break tn the Commnist offensive m the areas just north of the 38th parallel following a night of heavy bombing in clear moonlight. Below thrni Communist reconnaissance troops con tinued prodding the United Nations line braced for battle before Seoul, the Southern capital. They constantly sparred witli Allied units in the noman's land between the two main armies. >k gen, U |. . em sectorof the Allied front today, an Blghth Army spokesre lighting'' was continuing in the area northeast of where 1.500 North 11 re reported surrounded %  OUUl Of the S8th parallel -st action to Seoul so far was a patrol clash with unlden Uned Commurdata yesterday on the north bank of the Imjln River. *) miles to the northwest About 500 10 700 enemy troops In this area I to be moving south South Koreans were counter lacking Communist forces In the title of the peninsula 45 miles from Ihe cast coast after being driven back yesterday -Reater Reds Question U.S. Prisoners erai lull prevailed, end Ihe e OOle Communist ,, %  .. %  M mUes Th.i Arm) heading] the defer* %  line %  strength, i i D men of t the n i U Matthew < • hldsjoa i %  t thti uiu%  ,, ,! foi %  .lerstood to have 190,000 men nOW nint.-i mand. %  iattlewear) ihotigb many of thesetroops are. MnlOl OfrsDOff el thai with unchall ii .t MI ursrernaey and an overlitin armour. i Old bold OUl 10.000,000 Cnlnese If ia .i i2n inti. round Ihe ild 'r.ie^ii-1'ii-..n, brldsjebeed bn %  Thi would BT4 .ii' l >lalemate smith obaerven ben say would mm Chinees morale more than that of the Unlb allies The A i mated to I or wound* 1 Is havi ipproxlmi loda %  ttacKi claimed '.I buililiugi-. i : had killed • '.,iun d •rounded Thej ..l igjpd 234 two %  uppl] dumps Stunned by the '"') of sn air attack 100 Coi %  I %  .ui of ttw b %  %  .1 one point II II of Chrn %  %  by Unite-I Btattt Intelligence I the Vesoni mil,. ,il"i\, tin IMfl I % % %  no North Koreai ton .ere beItevei i '%  nnaialliig icodei %  n.iM".! i (iinni.iinl II nines, r. ri < %  van lion six miles alajve 'be parallel east of Seoul Light and %  eatterad sctlvlti in the centi ii and easiIN KOREA TOKYO, Doc 17. Husotau ofneers In uniform have Interrogated American prisoners of war in Korea according to Informed milllary sources here. An An -in an officer captured %  Chinese was released nfter n| bv a Russian according to the sources The Russian "nicer was said to have questioned the American at the Chinese divisional headquarters In Chorwon ..lout 20 miles north of the Mtb n-iallel The Russian spoke flawit: RngHuh nnd was said to have 'nated the Amerirai In a friendi\ wav The American who made his report in Ihe last fe-.v days said the prattles appeared to he one of .issl'fnlng Russian officers to earn '"hln^se divisional hendn^unrferA Tokyo upokesrnan said he h id "n<> knowledge" of the alleged lenee of Russian" In Korea —Beater TFM. TIR ADVOCATR TH VfWH ''ii Si IS Day or NlgM. is i IN ADTOCATI PAYS FOR NKWS. and ro'.i-r. af lht u N*ifui> irt"WM'.' M rronf' Girl Drowned •From Our 0„ rollSfl KINOSTON, !%  21 The Chi | One fatal accident octun while crossing ;. ., %  ,. r i , Li the norlheast .e.tni m 'urn the Chinese Fronts* UID0 t of Ihiililieu was 1 aei Yiatnam attack this A mlumii was moving np •be garrison there Renter AFRICAN PRINCE IN B.C. 'limn OSSI Own < oirti i,ntj(Pl* tIKOK.iKToWN Bn Ank'anwo Oguei or King Nwokoro ,.f Obipl Ten. joey Nigeria arrived %  „ Brill n C.uiana tonight on I i visit as Ihe guesi of th, BriUSl Guiana branch of the league o Coloured Paop:< i royal welcome l, v the nefTO DOpu lation and wafc escorted into th" City from the %  Inori In a triui i phal procession or motor rars an1 clas. GILBEYS anas JAMAICA SWEEP KI NGSTON""Jama lea ^ Huialreda of prizes In Jamaica Christmas Sweepstike went residents of the South Carlbbtai One of the Ihrec first prizes 515.250 went to Wavcrjy Syndic* I care of I C Blwards. Ketl Street, British Guiana. -ec-> prfga of I I v:,n vreni to i 11 i%  p • Spain, Trinidml with p i % % %  , BoatlnO I).-. f h were M |)e,i from the oaarrear of Industrial Organ.atlons this ytu, on the grouaas that they followed KM Communist party prosmrni % %  . ; •trike unless refUlattO iftsed a month ggo were changed. They contended thai the security card." shouir lad of, or known %  pyhU or sabots ge. The ',ew provisions now put Into effect, deny cards if there Is "reasonable grounds* belief thai itted fteti of treason or esdltlon, or has engaged In espionage or sabotage. People employ! lo the Iran ... under tin u which ma •f the UBlu deto er ted Other people I lejecteil Inelii.je members or rimbers. affiliates and assoclatei %  IT an lit or "subversive* orgamsaUi M.nntiimflB s

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Publication Date: Thursday, December 28, 1950
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Irreabtr 2S
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Sarbatms
locate
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Bustamante Wants
New Deal' Elections
Government Deft-ater/ on Trans/Mtrl It ill
KINGbTON.Dec. 21.
INDICATIONS that new elections would De held
in Jamaica next year were given ui; even nf
by the Honourable W. A. Bustcmante. Prime
Minister", following the defeat of his Government
in the House of Representatives on the vital
transport issue in the Corporate area when three
members of his party defied threats of party dis
cipline and voted with the P.H.P. Opposition.
P.N.P. members called for the resignation of the
Government.
U ler. Bustamante i.imin
recalcitrant member* traitors
Intimated he would fon. General
Elections next year. 1)
before the tune, to h;i\
DaMl, Bustamanlc
Kan1 'Traitors may come and
traitors may go hut Mat
I return One rnsrabar
nere i. i n., yean i eaj in- will
I riot be. | have it in my pOTTtr t"
election:, next year aim
HiTna iMMiim*
Asks Adult
Suffrage
For B.G.
tri.i.' Georgetown, i>ec 27
The Constitution Relorm Com-
mission began taking evidence- n
public today in Older lo obtain
people's views as to the typo ol
constitution they desired Sll
John Waddington opening today''
session explained to the crowded
hall thai witnesses may be asked
question* by the Comni]SM but this would be with the object
01 obtaining further explanation*
t" witnesses -tatemeiiL- "Th
questions might sometime apprar
to take an opposing view lo that
of witnesses, but they were not io
be regarded as being in any w
Indicative of any views carried
by the Commission."
Sir John also announced that
the Commission will visit Berbice,
Essequlbo. MacKenzie Bauxite
mines and other places in order
to give residents outside ol
Georgetown full opportunity
express their views.
First witness heard today wan
the Honourable Theophilus l >.
M.L.C. who asked for universal
adult suffrage with compulsory
voting; a Legislative Council con-
sisting of the Colonial Secretary.
Financial Secretary and Attorney
General as ex-omcio members. 2"
elected members with property
n d literacy quallllcatlon for
membership. A Council life of
five years dissolving earlier only
by a no-conildence vote of 75 per
cent, of the elected members;
Executive Council constating- of
three ex-offlcio members with
seven elected members of the
Legislative Council elected by
secret ballot by- elected members;
these seven to be designated
Mlnistci i 1
folios, the Governor to nominate
the chairman of the Council; each
minister subject to removal upon
a no-confldence vote by two-third1,
of the elected members; the Gov-
ernor to have reserve powers with
matters concerning public order
public faith and good Govcrnmen'
which he shall exercise with the
assent of the Executive Council or
falling; that with the approval ol
the Secretary of State for the
Colonies
I wilt do ,ust that"
Algi
iers Motor RalLS
Begins To-day
ALGIERS. Dec. 27.
The Algiers to Capetown rally
one of the most strenuous mou>i -
lug trials in the world will begu
tomorrow from four puinU, Tur i\
Algiers, oran and Casablanca.
The 40 competitors are expected
b< reach Capetown on February 22
after covering ,050 miles
Of those taking part. 32 use
French Including Moroccans rend
Tunisians, two are American, two
Belgian, two Swiss, one Is mi
Egyptian and one is .. South Afri.
can.
R eater.
Allies Speed
Attacks In N. Korea
RTkehOve8e 40"000 Redsfoead
Korean Front Alld VowHetl
BRITAIN'S lstr-t in light bonibrr. tlir Cauhrrr*
axpsrt* It ! reported from Amcri.M that tha
of the** aircraft LED
ILK. Doctors \ EMPIRE PREMIERS WILL
DISCUSS REARMAMENT
Expensive Dog
UENVKlt. COLORADO, Dec. SrT.
A woman is suing Paramount
Pictures for $123,000 for the LosN
of her dog used in the Bang
Crosby tilm 'The Emperor Waltz."
Mrs. Florence Peschel ol
Denver in her suit says the
movie company rented her trained
fox terrier "Tippy'' and usca
him as a full for Blng Crosby In
the film Mrs Peschel's lawyer
said "this thing is a real tragedv "
Mrs. Peschel is described as 'a
childless woman" who "lovea
this dog." Beater.
France Refuse
Budget Cute
PARIS. Dec 27.
F i ninra Minister Maurice
Petsehe told the Ratten National
Assembly to-day thai the Govern-
ment refused lo accept anv of the
nitfl DrOpOBttj by the Finance
Commission in UM spa IgJ n-.inna-
ment bud net of 355,000.uOO.Oub
:
This sum represents Fiance's
first year's contribution to the
European defence programme dis-
cussed in Washington last sum-
mer.
The Government Intends to
stake its existence on the adop-
tion of 'he rearmament budget
which includes 185.000.000.000
i.ew taxation including
an increase in incom" Ui)
The general debate Parted ear-
ly this morning More than 20
Deputies have announced their
to speak. The clause by
clause discussion of the Bill is due
to itarl to-moin.w vrhea no doubt
the Got-eniment will put the
Suestlon of confidence on each
Is puled clause.
The finance Minister described
the economies and cuta proposed
the Finance Commission at
"unrealistic" and as "very difficult
to realise on the eve of the i.ext
general elections."' This brcugh.
protests from the popular F.epub-
ii rapiHTteur of the Finance
Commissl'rfi. M Charles Barauge
and from itt Socialist Chairman
M. Jean Raymond Quran
Petsehe said the Commission's
proposals would produce a total
deficit of 8B.0OO.000.00O francs in
the 1051 ordinary and re-amin-
ii budgets, whuh could than
only be financed, by inflation.
Alluding to Russia. Petsehe said'
"Remember thai on tin- othei sid,
subtle game Is perhaps being
played; that one Is perhaps not
seeking a decision on the military
Held, but that by internal dlsin-
legration of the state. Inflation car.
provide the easiest chance of vlc-
ory."
"Between the path of effort and
icrlllce and the easy way. 1 ap-
peal to you to choose the path of
Tort and sacrifice as the Gov-
ernment has done. The country
ill lie grateful to you "
It cuter
Holy Door Closed
VATICAN CITY. Dec 27
Workman of Saint Peter's, Bas-
ilica io-d> completed the walling
up of the Holy Door begun by lht
Tope himself on Christmas eve.
and placed a big bronze cross ii,
the centre of the wall.
In the IhM half ol January a
bog Will be deposited in the wall
cantalnlni i roniploHi sat of Holy
Year medals and documents re-
cording the tvrata ol
Holy Year
Pojie pin* tii->i.iv received i"
general audience i,. the Hall of 'lent Mi
Benedictions about 7,000 pilgrim- contract:
from European countries, the
Unite,) States, Brazil and Argen-
tina
During to-day's audience LM
Pope blessed the foundation slot.?
of n Catholic university to be
built in Rio De Janeiro.
Reulei
Want More Pay
DISCONTENTED
LONDON. Dec. 27
British doctors who oper-
ate the Nalional health plan and
Ott Ol then income from
government are discontented.
Their chief complaint is that
their pay based on 1939 data on
EOM of living is too low.
However it la premature, say
rpoketman of the professional i
gaDlutlona, to speak of ' strike
the health terries Pros-
pect of mass withdrawals from
the health programme i- rBs0t!
but there is enough discontent to
ike tt certain that Health Min-
ister Aneurln Bevan faces some
sharp negotiations with aroused
doctors, A new organization, the
British Medical Guild, has sug-
gested that under certain circum-
stances doctors drop the health
service m manse and resume pri-
praetice with patients paying
the bills. As physicians are free
to do under the health plan the
Guild is the creation of the pow-
erful British Medical Association
and stands parallel to It It was
necessary to set up the Guild to
mike the strike threat because
Mm constitution of the British
Medical Association bars It from
trade union activity.<' P.
Coronation
Stone Missing
London. Dae. 27.
I he I1HC tonight broadcast an
appeal to everyone in Britain U
give all possible help in the recov-
cry Q| the historic cotxmatloi
stone taken from Westminslc
Abbey.
A message from the Dean of
Westminster Included In tonlsjM'i
latin trotn London tuid
the country that Kim .i ...
was "greatly distressed by the
removal of the stone"
Radio and tola printer mes-
sages warned all British police
stations today to watch for a
stolen yellow painted mOtOI IcaT}
In the hunt for the historic
coronation stone missing from
Westminster Abbey.
PoUes suspect Scottish Nation-
alists of having taken sway the
I.IOO-year-old Scon,, stone from
place under the seat of the
Coronation Throne in the Abbey
The lorry was stolen on Decem-
Iht 23 froit ,i f< 'rit v yard In
sgove Renter.
Truman W ill Tulk
On Europe Defence
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27.
President Truman in his "Stale
of the Union" Message next week
is expected to reaffirm United
States del ennl nation to defend
Western Europe against Commu-
nist aggiession. Particular atten-
tion will be paid to this part of
his message because of the appeal
.( the foirnei Republican Presi-
iliibfit Hoover for a
i in United States com-
mitments outside the western
hemisphere. At the same time
President Truman may Indicate
his hope that the Western Euro-
pean countries will step up their
rearmament programmes to the
pace of current United Stales re-
armament.Keutcr.
DRIVER KILLED
ROME, Dec. t
A driv<: .ind about
50 passengeis were injured to-
day when t0 buse-. era*tied head
on at great speed on a slippery
Mghi
,.!. If
utheast
20 miles
R'uUt
Griffis Named U.S.
Ambassador To Spain
WASHINGTON. Dec. 27
The White House announced
today that Mr stantou Grlffls
would be nominated as ambassa-
dor to Spain by the President
when the new Congress convened
in January.Reuter
hlll'IXi. < OOI
BsPv''
I
I
i.onlk)\ n,- ::
Defence and rearniamem will be the main problems
foi Commonwealth PruneMtnlitoni when thej begin their
10-dai cloetd door conference in London on January 4
i" ndar the continuim; anxiety of the internatloo-
the Cunference will deaJ with issues p;oinc tar
beyond the Commonwealth itself. It ,s expected tu dis-
i the Htriiins ami itresseg in the t>ose-knit
Commonwealth relation*lup.
--------------- Political observers reel that
AldM IhroUfB her Prime Minis-
ter j.iw.ni.nlal Nehru will play u
vital part m the talks European
FnNeroi u......| wpsjetasj to
pise many eontioversies, as the
"ionwealth conference
discussed the North Atlantic ,db-
"*nce in general terms, b it otiserv-
II axpaot pnttrarled discussion
1 policy affecting the Far
o\ Tin:
SPOI
For 12 nan yuiow
Aineii,, (inllitli.s, Ui kepi |
bottle of whisky in hei boOM
at 1'iiicoe.i. Wales, just in
case of emergency.
The bottle has Just been
opened for a 14-70 a
farm horse which full on
Its back in a fro/en stream
near Amelia's house
Ten farmhands arofked all
night trying to get the horse
out and were considering
whether to use a hum-me
killer when Amelia heard
of the hoisc's plight.
She took the whisky from
its hiding place and walked
across the snow-c<>vcie field and put the top of the
boUle Into the horse's
mouth
One awallow ami the
horse started lo kick. Half
the bottle sou he tinned
On his side. A tlnal gulp
and he heaved himself up-
right and walked up the
bank from the stream un-
aided.
Rnst
Britain, mdui Pakistan an.l
Ceylon have recognized the Chi-
aaee ('mnmiinisi i: Australia, Mew Ze.i,.n Africa and Canada have not done
so
Britain would still like to sec
Communist -China In the U N
RiH-ngnltlnn by other members of
thi- f'uiin ..r vee.tl'h would
doubt help towards this Deputies Stage
Sit Down Strike
TEHRAN. Iran. Dec. 27.
. xteeri ivputies end editor
' Iran Government
were camped In Parliament to-
day in the Persian version of t
sit-down strike. They ere pro-
testing recent suppression of on
position newspapers for pub-
lishing stories the Government
insldercd Insulting lo (!'>vem-
ent officials.
The Demotistr.ilh>n Mani 1 gfl
December 20. arhen IhrsM Nattoi
al Front Deputies walke'il iuli>
Parliament, and nnouncad they
would stay there until Govern-
ment attacks against the Press
LONDON. De, 27 ..topped
ilrttuh troops will be trans-; They were later Mood .....ball
PBTTOd to the AUantic Pact arm> .it-down m Parllameni They
munediaiely General Dwight D .cannot l>e molested even though
Eisenhower sets up his command.' tnc Government mrell dl<-
Minlstry of Defence spokesman pleased,
raid In London to-day. Editors are carrying of) theb
He adde Says MacArthur
lake 8UOCB8, Dei I
General Douglas MacArthur swui
todaj thai the CsUrsBSM ComgOUIUSt
had apparent I) taken ovei direct
roapanasbslnj toe the amosa <>\ t is
North Korean fnml and tent the
Kireans to Manchuria (Or train-
mg.
He said this in a report lo the
United Nation* Secretariat T'ie
report teferred to the B
nienill OpamUOM behind the
UnitcM Nations lines Th- nartUa
forces were estimate,! .t lr<-,.\
30.000 to 35.000. and It was said
here was evidence that their
ictivines were eontrolle.1 bv the
OniWIIMUltsI Higli C'uiiunand"
One report estimated that com-
plete organised" Chinese Com-
tilst units totalling mm. than
> hinaes Cch'
h a strength of spproxlmat*
250.000 had nlrea.iv crossed into
lb Korea and uacjmd United
Nations forces
General MacArthur tepoftad
that 35,000 people mostly non
ombatant* were estim.it,,|
have been victims of "unbelievable
atrocities" by North Koreans. An
organisation had been established
t.. investigate and detain people
susfieeted and accuse,| of "eon
vetitiout if .
In another report General Mae-
Arthur said there had ban
decrease In war crimes and sug-
gested that the Communists hi
possibly been influenced bj tl
threat of posl war punishment
Heater
U.N. Can Govern
The World
II AssemWy Is Directly
Elected
NEW V(j
Albert hiN-N'n,
Myint that th.
*ril> I.....in.
British Troops Will
Be Transferred
To Atlantic Pact Army
to be placed al General K
iver*s disposal, would include
Ihe British eontlnents In Ger-
many. Australia and T"" '
Although no Immediate official
Iritis h statement was made on
Bag matter, it was understood that
BHtsSh rOroea would be includes
In the Atlantic army and a for-
I announcement made .,s soot
the constitutional procedute
had (een compiled with
R rater
publishing business as usual, h
Ing transferred their office) to thi
Parliamentary Press Ft'- "
Six Charges
SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico, Dec 27,
Pedro AlbltU Cam|ns 13-year-
old Nationalist Party Leader of
the October 31 revolt heard six
charges against him read in Court
to-day. They include, attack with
nlent to kill Subversive activities
tnd foui violations of laws re-
quiring regislraUon of firearms
was given 15 days lo reply lo
Ihe charges The charge of attack
with intent lo kill was based on
the wounding of a detective in
police cordon which surrounded
Alblzu Campos In his home during
rebellionICel
Jet Planes Stand-By
NEW YORK. Dec. 27 |
All-weather jet planes are
guarding New York and the in-
dustrial coast of the United
>' m ,i 24-hour stand-by
alert, the American meteorological

tiling c:
MOO ie,: ..... MUipped win
to give then,
xtro powci for combat or faste:
-aid '
tan
POCKET CARTOON
If OJBBHI IRANIAN"*
IfattAd
RK, Dec 27.
Is quoted hei
United Nation
ia only become a world Gn\
ernment If \u Assembly TCf
dln-eUy elocteri by Ihe people
"- statement by ihe physicist
.aade public last night ^
three Americans on their way to
meeung of world federalists )i.
1 .<-!iev.., Switzerland
Dr. btuiU'in't. Sl.ilen.ent eonlii
uvo: The mouiitiiig dnnger ,,i i
totally dev.sut.ng nMWl* rap'
idly eonviiu ing the world that a
world federation Government
must be created.' "To provide
M" '.....Irc enlative |MKlv ,s :[,,.
""'" "We. IK, 1
.vntlon."
:! i
OUTPOST RECAPTURED
SAKit.N. li,
Ihe Northern NtpOtl at Daahu
' "" >y VLtna.u force, ;: 1
neiich forces early th, , ,,,,
Meanwhile Victnmn tOdSU
started a concerted attack on
outposU in the Phucyeh pu|,
nrra about SO miles north ol
TOKYO, Dec. 27.
JJNITED NATIONS ., i-elosaly pound
uiK 'Ho massh: .mist forcea in North
Korea, had by tonigl .town 301 sorties in their
attempt to break tn the Commnist offensive m
the areas just north of the 38th parallel following
a night of heavy bombing in clear moonlight.
Below thrni Communist reconnaissance troops con
tinued prodding the United Nations line braced
for battle before Seoul, the Southern capital. They
constantly sparred witli Allied units in the no-
man's land between the two main armies.
>k gen- ,U|. .____.
em sector- of the Allied front
today, an Blghth Army spokes-
re lighting'' was con-
tinuing in the area northeast of
where 1.500 North
11 re reported surrounded
OUUl Of the S8th parallel
.....-st action to Seoul so
far was a patrol clash with unlden
Uned Commurdata yesterday on the
north bank of the Imjln River. *)
miles to the northwest About 500
10 700 enemy troops In this area
I to be moving south
South Koreans were counter
lacking Communist forces In the
title of the peninsula 45 miles
from Ihe cast coast after being
driven back yesterday -Reater
Reds Question
U.S. Prisoners
erai lull prevailed, end Ihe e
OOle Communist
,, .. M mUes
-
Th.- i
Arm) heading] the defer* line

strength, i i D men of
t
the n i U
Matthew
< hldsjoa i t thti uiu-
,, ,! foi .- lerstood to have
190,000 men nOW nint.-i
mand.
iattlewear) ihotigb many of
these- troops are. MnlOl OfrsDOff
el thai with unchall
ii .t mi ursrernaey and an over-
.....lit- in armour.
i Old bold OUl
10.000,000 Cnlnese If ia
.i i2n inti. round Ihe
ild 'r.ie^ii-1'ii-..n, brldsjebeed bn

Thi would BT4 .ii' l >lalemate
smith obaerven ben say would
mm Chinees morale more than
that of the Unlb
allies
The a i
mated to I
or wound*
1
Is havi
ipproxlmi
loda ttacKi
claimed '.I
buililiugi-.
i
: had killed
'.,iun d
rounded
Thej ..l
igjpd 234
two uppl] dumps
Stunned by the '"') of sn air
attack 100 Coi
I
.ui of ttw b
.1 one point II
. II
of Chrn
,.....
by Unite-I Btattt Intelligence
I
the Vesoni
mil,. ,il"i\, tin IMfl
I no North
Koreai ton .ere be-
Itevei i '- nnaialliig icodei
n.iM".! i (iinni.iinl II
nines, r. ri < van
lion six miles alajve 'be parallel
east of Seoul
Light and eatterad sctlvlti
in the centi ii and easi-
IN KOREA
TOKYO, Doc 17.
Husotau ofneers In uniform have
Interrogated American prisoners
of war in Korea according to In-
formed milllary sources here.
An An -in an officer captured
Chinese was released nfter
n| bv a Russian accord-
ing to the sources The Russian
"nicer was said to have questioned
the American at the Chinese divi-
sional headquarters In Chorwon
..lout 20 miles north of the Mtb
n-iallel The Russian spoke flaw-
it: RngHuh nnd was said to have
'nated the Amerirai In a friend-
i\ wav
The American who made his
report in Ihe last fe-.v days said
the prattles appeared to he one of
.issl'fnlng Russian officers to earn
'"hln^se divisional hendn^unrfer-
A Tokyo upokesrnan said he
h id "n<> knowledge" of the alleged
lenee of Russian" In Korea
Beater
TFM. TIR ADVOCATR
TH VfWH
''ii Si IS Day or NlgM.
is i IN ADTOCATI
PAYS FOR NKWS.
and ro'.i-r. af lht
u N*ifui> irt"WM'.'
m rronf' '
Girl Drowned
From Our 0 rollSfl
KINOSTON, !-. 21
The Chi
|
One fatal accident octun
while crossing ;. ., ,. r i ,
Li the norlheast .e.tni m
'urn the Chinese Fronts*
UID0 t of Ihiililieu was
1 aei Yiatnam attack this
A mlumii was moving np
be garrison there
_________Renter
AFRICAN PRINCE IN B.C.
'limn OSSI Own < oirti i,ntj(Pl*
tIKOK.iKToWN
Bn Ank'anwo Oguei
or King Nwokoro ,.f Obipl Ten.
joey Nigeria arrived Brill n
C.uiana tonight on I i
visit as Ihe guesi of th, BriUSl
Guiana branch of the league o
Coloured Paop:< i
royal welcome l,v the nefTO DOpu
lation and wafc escorted into th"
City from the Inori In a triui i
phal procession or motor rars an-1
clas.
GILBEYS
anas
JAMAICA SWEEP
KI NGSTON""Jama lea
^ Huialreda of prizes In Jamaica
Christmas Sweepstike went
residents of the South Carlbbtai
One of the Ihrec first prizes
515.250 went to Wavcrjy Syndic* I
care of I C Blwards. Ketl
Street, British Guiana. -ec->
prfga of I I v:,n vreni to i
11 i- p
Spain, Trinidml with p
i
,
BoatlnO I).-. Pork
U.S. COAST GUARDS LA Y DOWN
NEW SECURITY RULES
YorjJTOSTEaa sajoy a ga* f cricket on Um snda
at astakatj, Ohri-t Church
WAS! ,. 27
Tne Coast Ouai d I
i' to kee,
wgy from i
i p.
Tn,',' '" lor Imme-
: ...
teat roast ports, eml
joints for men and supplies io
Ilaeaai of two unionsboth >f
h were M. |)e,i from the
oaarrear of Industrial Organ.-
atlons this ytu, on the grouaas
that they followed Km Communist
party prosmrni ...;
trike unless refUlattO
iftsed a month ggo were changed.
They contended thai the secu-
rity card." shouir
lad of, or known
pyhU or sabo-
ts ge.
The ',ew provisions now put
Into effect, deny cards if there Is
"reasonable grounds*
belief thai
itted fteti of treason or es-
dltlon, or has engaged In espion-
age or sabotage.
People employ!
lo the Iran ...
under tin u
which ma
f the UBlu
detoerted
Other people I lejecteil
Inelii.je members or
rimbers. affiliates and assoclatei
.
it an lit or "subversive* orgamsa-
Ui
M.nntiimflB
s Slandnrdof
Qu.iliiy m
shipood to
These include
GILBEYS
PORT
M SHERRY
You can enjoy
them again in
greatest quantity
?
i;uwn\i:n iiSTiitiui.. hit.
ink.


PAGE TWO
FLOWER
have until Ma
and orchKr kiowct:
ifth, 1MI
lo Bel their exhibits ready for a
Rower show which the Horticul-
tural Society are h^vini on thai
date at Uueen .- Park.
lViWri M* JOSIPH WAJ-LA, Jnr., and
Mi!- Grace Calvin, two
American.* living in Verlrzuel..
who arii\i.i here ovtf the week-
end by B.W.I A, wet* married
reward** -; n ., u. Sv ,._..
ran Church, jatnmi.ru Lam. Fi
A. Parkinson, ^crforraad a cere-
moriy.
Mr. and Ufa. WjuU arc honej
moonin*; at the CKcA View Hole'
*heie the tccf/tB *iuch tot
irat form of a iu::t*awn part\ wu
Ji4d after the ceraXwy. Amoni
Ihose Invited were W A. V. Nj-
ren. American Vice Consul and
Mr. Nyitn, Mf and Mrs. Tony
Lewis, Ft.Ji. Parkins*. Mi and
Mrs. John Simmons, fti and Mrs
Uflan and Mr ;,na Mn. Vilcox
Mr. Walla i, a Gaoloipst u-h,
os of the Oil Comp-nie* in
rabima>..'Venezuela and bis. wife
Mcvu6 CaUbu}
rchiff kiowft> '--------- m i r*W:U_
Al)\< kTI
TiiiR-jm in ( i.ih:r :* iso
ARTIE'S HEADLINE
-(Ufe-
ii u tutn.
nrSf mlda

bewilrt.r-

Is a school teacher at Uic school in
CsMaam
Tl Chief*. Son
WHEN at the > ear's end. Lord aayiruj
McGowmn leave* the chair- ,,v h,s
Ban"m> Of Imperial Chemical ln-
oustiM* hu family's active aasnri
ation with the business will end
Tor neither of hi> aoru work< with *"**** Nyaaal
the company, of Afi
But one of them, the Hon. Wil-
liam McCowan, now an Insurant i
broker, can fairly claim that he
owes his life to I.C.I. After belnfc-
bedly anuubeO up ughtina in the
Middle East. h. became the :;i
Allied soldier to be treated with
peucUnn.
At that time It I. had almost
completed experiment* with th.
new drufc It was decided to make
the supreme practical test on the
chairman's gravely wounded son
A supply was flown out to
Africa, and for days the drug
was applied.
Bill McGowan recovered, and
penicillin had arrived at the war'*
Rreatcst lile-saver.
With T.L.L.
ARRIVING on Christmas Lav
from Trinidad to spend a holi-
day with his parents waa Mr.
John Lenagan. son of Major and
Mrs Denis Lenagan of "Don
Zoyla". Rockley John ia with
Trinidad LeaaeholiH Ltd.. in
Polnte a Pierre
Footballer and Cricketer
AT praitnt holidaying here is
Mr. Itogcr Ulackman. Itarbn-
dian Intercolonial footballer unit
cricketer who Is at present livin;;
in Trinidad. Roger has been in
Truildad tut several years but still
r-omes over periodically for a holi-
day. His wife and two cbUdroi
accompanied him.
Mr. Blarkman is ihe son of Mi
and Mrs. II. D Blackman of
Chi 1st Church.
Annual Dinner
'T'HI. members of No. 6 Club of
Eventually
Tk*K JUSTICE MANNING h<
LWM * j. Judge at the V.ctona
Law Courts. B.G ami U now la-
St Vincent, is now holi- d
i Barbados accompanied
Mr. Jiuticv Manning has seen
abroad in many parta of
the Br,-i--i t;-. ,..,,, li.cTu'dli^Moin
"'-"id and other part.*.
..-'II as Palestine
He has paid several visits to
Barbados and eventually hopes to
retire here. They are staying at
Cacrobnnk
Sugar and Oil
jyflK BARRY FISHER, Carom
*** Ltd's., Accountant who wi^
holidaying at Cacrabank, has n-
turnexl to Trinidad. Mr Petor
Thurston who was also holidaying
here s '"'-turned to Trinidad
where he is an Engineer with
Tranidad Leasehold.'. Ltd ,,\
Polnte a Pierre.
Barbadians Come Home
Children* Party
HIV.H SCOTLAND of Trinidad.
Secretary of the 77 Cultural
and Social Club. arranged a
ruts Party for 200 coloured
hildren in Londosv He secured
services of some European
..- d coloured artistes In London to
entertain the children "This
always
: Dual highlight* of oi
i lulrs .t.ti\ities"
Bewildered Calypsonian
Lom> KITCHENER. King
Cai> psonlans.
jved ton iniinv invtta
turns "to sing calvpeo*
< festive seaaon In ataftli M
reel headache" says Klteb
"'U this -1 didn't know which to
acceal and which to refuse". So he
tried 1" IX' prvson' vorvwhnc
ori Kitchener may soon become
'ubiquitous Kltch".
Lialton Officer
MH CHARLES MRXI. West
Liaison Officer at th
Colonial Office, says that he ha
heen busier than ever during th
paf* few week-. With the Uni-
fteifttSBl "ii holiday, many stu-
ksntl 'rum the Provinces have
and nearly all nf
hem are desirous ot seeing
Charlie about one thing or the
>lhrr "The pressure at the oft*
it,** says Charlie, "but
best to help everyone."
Rootea' Agent
ARRIVING on Friday
noon by
Trinidad an i.
Jimmy Kcid and their daughtei
who came over for CturiMma*
Mr. lu-id ia a director
Messrs. H. E. Robinson and Co.
Ltd who .m- agents for th<
Rootes Group In Pnrt-f-Spaln
They are gfaylruj gl the HU'
Returninn In January
MRS riJJU U!IIBE and her
grand-daughter Marsg Fl..i
AluTOn have returned to Vene-
zuela. Marie Flor, who is a pupil
of Jie Ursuline Convent is tho
Ubtei uf l); and Mn A..:.on
Of Caracas. They hope to return
In Barbados in January
B.B.C. Radio Pr^rtaaf
SKVEitAl- Barbadians cajnv
home for Christmas over thf
weekend. Mr. Lisle Webster, who
bin charge of BoviU and Skeetc'..
office in Grenada, arrived on Sat-
urday.
Mr Malby Trimmtiigham, Miss
Bboila Lewi ,.-,,,,
ei- came in on the Trinidad
fllKhl on Saturday. Mr. Trlmintng-
ham has since returned to Turn
dad.
Mi Robert Macdonald. though
1 "t a l'..u l,,ii.iN .illhough he hiiM '->.
1 1 Sd for meny years here, arrived ?ew". *"'vi- ^1 is
Trinidad on Saturday by
B W I A to spend Christmas
Svith his mother. Hubert is with
the Canadian Bank Of Cnmmwei
in I'ort-of-Spain.
Two Trinidadians. Allan Vleira
and Andre- Jardlne. appurcntlv
fi.fci Barbudo- tf Trinidad
hey were also on the Saturdav
ing night from Trinidad. Mi
the Qirls1 Industrial Union. Thco Alleync is back in Barbados
held their unnual dinner at Hotel
Royal. Hastings. Christ Church, 01
Wednesday night.
The guests of honour were Mr
Aubrey Douglas-Smith. Dr. H. G
Cummins. M.C.P.. Miss J. Ros;
and Mrs. J. B. Bxoomes.
Amorii' Uifw pmem wrrr Sir* O
S,mmiiil*. ll- P. armmmid-. Mi A
Sunnil. Mr St. Sinmn- Mi A
WmSswdi. MU- r Harper, M< T T
MrI*od. M. t H M.l*jd. Mr D. Pll
pirn. Mi*. I II**-. Mr C B,,-.- M. snd
Mr Konnnii Jdiu< Mr and f"
Kin*. Mr and Nr- P )*>>,
K Kiss. Mr apd M<.
H
the
Nowcnstl
returuad trotn Grenada over
week-end. He will manage
Estate In St. John
New Administrative
Secretary
-yf It C A. GROSMITII. OB.E..
AT* newly appointed Adminia-
tiat.v.' Sectflary to the C'omptrol
ler for Uovelopment and Welfan-
m the West Indies, last week suul
L4K*odnyi to hat coUavsSuai .it th
..batch. ""&T' c M,r.",n-. itfcWr~it sCoIonial ofllce as he prepared to
. M,l-r0 *lnU' M- ii-<-i.. 'lenve for his new job. It la under-
a*n>u: Mr e wetr. .i>d mi., a (fOoIHto which leaves England to-
Mrs. rr.i
Mr- H
Mr A
cwnbuaeksh
BY THE WAY ...by beachcombf*
A MAN who grew woaiy ol
the crowing of a cockerel
y night Aaed .. bit of WOOd
ifcpve Its pervh When the bird
r;Used i,s head to crow. bfuKS
ii against the bit of wood, and
lh* crowing died on Its lipa.
To stop his cockerel, crowing
f?L'*">.s (Whom
God Preserve), of Utrecht, fitted
each bird with a kind of bras*
umbrella-shaped hat This was
suspended on delicate wi^
above the bird's heed When it
began to crow, the wires con-
n-*ted by Uny string pulleys to
toe mnvlcs 0r lb, throat act in
motion n cardboard Isver. A the
taroat muscles contracts I this
U*K released cat* on tho
brass hat. which opened slowly
Us* an umbrella, and rleacende-t
owr the bird's head. thUs niufning
the noise When the crow was
over, a spring clicked back, and
the hat rose and closed of Its
own accord, thus freeing the
bwd's head.
Mv About
T NTENDING visitors to next
year's Festival must have been
IMemttfd to read that t^inee for
whom there is no accommoda-
tion In the bomb shelters m.v
be housed In London's, mih- ,1 .
bsrracka: and. I suppose. ,n
back-garden shelters ir ,hc
uburbs The troops could bo
moved to police stations, and the
potlca to the ncwci Qovegjuntat
oHlces DLsplaiTd civil
eould be billeted on houaelioldurs
Any visitors left over might sleep
m .disused raltwa> iaiu.iKes n.
railway sidings, r in broke 1
bu**s, lorries. kwuiels. hon-
houscs, and rabbil-hutchc- Onlv
,?. ",,0PP">ti Clinstni;^
1951 High water at London
Bridge. i., .,., 4 28 p m
Size In collars. I7| Watch-key
number M70 O.
Wtl tk-vurrvnvv
AT a 111iH.1i tht other
- man in the atalls got
tapjwd the conauctor
shoulder, while a lady wi
inn the violin He said in
whisper. "Is it um. lad,
making that noise?" o<
r.ot." ..1,,! the conductor n
"It's her violin'' "Thank:.
ly" aaid the man. .,,
the theatre roaring with
tor.
night a
up ami
n lh,.
play-
a loud
who's
course
ll.d.lv
nwful-
t left
laugh-
*, / Say. Lw>k ll T. WHO in my time have
* erossed and re-crossed mat
fr-rty-two thousaiKl seven hun-
ared and thirty-one Pyrcnean
passes, was particularly entranced
to read In a piece of travel lit-
erature the following statement
about Spain Cur off from rhe
TCt> ?K EurP<- t>U the Purentvs
which hare rml 1wo pae .
laaSSasfli
1 p.m. Life if. BrlUln. IIS
N*war**l. 1*1 mi, FUu-a
J p.m Thr Nw>. 10 p m I
liwm Itrnaln. I IS p m a>o-
1M p.m. Hlna up Uw Cim
Wr l-.- In .linn. p Th* Ni-.
p.m. The Daiii. arvsee, 4 IS a >.
Trmplr und thr Vandyke Affair
pm. The CaOwdr-t Org.i... S
li'lin" Chalcr. S.1S p.n W _
l.i.,l- S JO pt., Light Orrhvatiitl Mini
(l *:. p m Mrrrhnl W^ Mewalelti-
S l-.rn. Australia va. f.i^u-'l a.SH pi
infsiiaaa, *) p. rtom oi uum iti
itiaimnr. ** pm. UilrrluSr 7 pm Ti
Nrwa, 7. p.m. N*. AnalyaU>. 7 I'.
W- *> mitain. 1*3 pB>. Brrirand
.'-, B ,,m. tU..!!.. Nrwrtfl BIS iw.
Think on UiMa tklnn BJO pm Ulo I"
. lean Man III. BJ'
n London t'oimii. io p.m Tha N
10 p in rram tha tdllurl.l-. 10 IS p.m
104S pm Bpaclal T1-, .-:. I.
at tha Londoner Poson't
-----ii. i: I ioa up >ii a* amp. (I)
111 1" l.lil.lJ. L
II BoltiUir lull lU aad III* SaUV
ins Briii- hid car. it. (Tl
u. old kngiion gold coin. ,*i
la ^'.ri> OsekVkraa. (4|
p.^ruli- o( Bute from
17. A ioni atride lives this. (4)
IS. Provea a mwtake u mid* (Si
Ii. ii -ii. No. a In tha ring, i.
1. f-<*u> a pannv at twlllalit. Hi
14. Money bv rail ? 11
-i. A super cluuufa. ifei
0 Itioruust'tuwl Arsbisn
.'it AliliqunUti. (ill
an *er-
:vii-i!-u,i"3"u. " ^*
Evans and
Whitfields V0KE
Remember: You get more than a pair of shoes
Correct Fil.ln,. ihe ki m.trrl.U. p.nal .Hcn.ion Wide r.n.
"I slylr* r..r hi-,.d and narrow lc..| and the knulr,lL,. f your Md-
naa. andax ..,,!,,. a|w,, .w. ,. al ..,,. ,iv slnm
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IHL'RSDAY, DCCEMBEK 2S. 1950
l:\UII \[KIS \IIMK'\TC
PAl.l TIIRIF
CHINA THE COLOSSUS-A WORLD POWER IN THE MAKING
Leader Mao Tse-tung has five big problems on his mind
g Braaiaa ftHKli
Trsop ifriagitit ffhili
lif arcs tar Red tti
Matt I* aaUftas
mM
II LjJsiAr^\<:"g^= philippics j,
Ina's profnoti.Ni to the sutw
i (it-eat Power arises more
t *he collapse of Japan and
O" v than any real Iikk-^i
iT pe.ice or war polenliul
kt remains a primitive, over-
lu I a t v d, under-developed
trv which ha been lorn by
nee 1931. But she has all
btura] resources to become
aossusgiven 50 years of
stul war with the Unite *
ns before the end of the
jrv would man tha IndefDIte
ftonement of Moo Tse-tunK'i
K-lcrm development pro-
By ROBERT JESSEL
ifranune to convert China from
being a junior partner in the
Communist alliance into an equal
partner with Russia and even
Hie dominant Power in Asia
Mao has five big ptoti
his mind:
1 With 4.000 miles of coast-
line, China has no adequate navj
to defend her vital sea I lit* '
Canton, Foochow, Shanghai.
Tsing-lao, Tientsin, and I).n
and so reap the fruits of any
future victories In Indo-Chma,
Siani, Malaya, Burma, and even
India.
2 China's land links with
Russia (via the Trans-Siberian
railway) and Indo-Oi:
Inadequate for major Ira
easily vulnerable to .,.
Inside China, (here are fewer
than 8.000 miles of railway track.
equally vulnerable. China has pu
air defence of her own.
I Her main workshop awl
arsenal area, in Manchuria, la an
easy laruel for enemy bombers.
i .. must look to forelfn
countrie* for technical help to
nevelop her mineral and indus-
trial resources It is tmprobabi.
that Russia could provide this
help or th;,i Km nuld want to
put Soviet techmiians in Ke|
positions throughout China.
1 Mao iiiipes tlia: the whole
of South-East Asia will fall into
Reds hands within the next ten
years WITHOUT open, fsnaraj
war. He wants to be in a posi-
tion to transport and use Us
petroleum, rubber, sugar, aluin-
n mm. rn.nnani'.p. .in,I ir If general war conies now, thi-;
will be Impossible L.E.S
Bottles
WBU tnm their three-day
(m weeks of travell-
i Dm country to get bot-
1) to aeratod drink
fs, bottle traders are again
lie many bottles that
used over the holidays.
they went about the districts
a/day. their call was. "any
e : i the bottle buyers?"
bottle trader told the Adra-
vesterday that always after
S)>r-i j,he could buy* over SOU
t-Kii! buttles from a district
nut 25 residents. Those are
I rent- a dozen.
s iusl i iff ore and
lhat the bottle
ll best.
a) tald that women of her
1 dial more in three-gill bot-
Because B.B.C. and coca-colu
> trc usually returned by
ink sellers to the makers of
Iao drinks.
Fenders Damaged American Column
Our of the rear fenders of the
caw X.S22 was damaged yester-
day morning at about 10 45 when
It became involved m an accl-
aent with the van M 594 along
Lower Bay Street. The ear i-, the
property of Dear's Garage while
the van which u owned, by God-
dar.l & Sons, was being driven
by A Hewitt The car was being
drivm by Arthur Chase.
Where Is All The
Scotch?
Front \ > < 11 IU^.i-
MMONWBALTH BEAT
{GAL GOVERNOR'S XI
AlCUTTA, India. LKc 28
m Commonwealth
i .Mfete(i the West Bengal
sft^or's XI here to-day by
v i, g.l out for 105
Commonwealth team
I had led by 5 runs on ItM <
i knocked up the ne-c-
runs for the loss of one
a*
tv III ilngi tcorai were. Clov-
e's XI 166, Commonwealth
-- CALF 70 LBS AT BIRTH
A bull calf when weighed in
shortly after birth yesterday
morning, registered 70 pounds. It
is owned by Everdene Aheyne of
Eagle Hall. St Michael.
A butcher, who had been keep
ing cows for some year* DOW, I *
the Advocate that it Is seldom that
a newly-born calf tips the scale
at that weight The average
weight, he said, was 40 to 45
pounds.
The mother of the
Holsteln.
Canadian Rales
Of Exchange
"i-fte so
Shfhl Dialu M
I pr. C-bla
pr. r....
NEW YORK
In the midst of the ahoppm,!
rush, a business mystci-. .,,,
MMd tonightthe stranv-
the missing Scotch-
Not just 0IM I .i I I .
of bottle-;.
Imports of S,.iUh th,
'- Ungi ' ince ti m p,,M ol Pi
hibition. more than 7.500.u ties above 184V.
Yet little mole is (Olnsj dOWt'
Amei ,can Uiroals than last ye*r
J-i Mnr .lies, druikeis lanif*
find their favourite brant
though they can usually *,"
some kind of Scotch.
Says Harry Loune. vice-presi-
dent of the Uquor Iniportci-'
The increased im|uit oj
iii luattf) the oonehistoa thai
been any Nbatflsati
increase In the public demand.'
Then where has II gone''
Well, I have been IntorvMwlnfl
alacmen Said one: Tm
hiding from my customers. The..
are mobbing me for I
Scotch We haven't been abk .
since August."
The salesmen suspectand l
think thev are rightthat lh<
Scot.h has gone umierground.
It Is in the cellars of pubia
houses, restaurants, and hotels
They remain bar the wartlnv
Bo they hoard in fear of
controls, of rationing, of shortage
SPKIN(, lavOCaU are to be
shorter and tighter Dressnuken
agree lhat the stylish- A merle *
vroman mual be tempteu intc
-..' hei old loll,"
dresses and buying new models
monopolies Bra hit in a I
pns.i'd In the Senate by 55 vote
fj Tn,. law, if also pawed by the
House of Reprv MttattVl ml)
forbid a corporation to buy in*
assets of a rival if the deal reduces
i OfOpCtiUOP
SECRFT AGENTS -1 the rVi
eral BureatJ >f Investigation -
' Scotland Yard adjourn
ed n dime detection class it>
i n Tiie- lad the '
ta a drugstore and arrest.
ad "Mad Dog" OstB Wright
gumn in and OtW of (he i-iuntiv'
ii. at srantad cfliDinala.
IBM rtlSlNESS: nnly twool
I newspaper critic'
Bl b
show. Let's Make an Openi *' H ill
ol the Noaa oblact to "'- spukei
i o bai half dislike tN
miM.ui pail
,i. unanimous on t'
,'iirewcll concaft of Sir Thomas
Beechain and the Royal Philha'-
munic Onhcstra Their verdict -
"Superb "
THIS EGG
IS A MENACE
TO CHICKS
Season I
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Lxtrnd to all the Com
JhBJSjgSsj of Ihe Season
and
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Cleanse the system from blood
Impurities ; min; sufferers from
rkeumatte aches and pains, lumbago,
neuritis, pimples, bolls, sores and
minor skin ailments, can derive great
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Vaseline' Hair Tonlci
Jest uae a lew drops
a day... then sm
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era kettle to4!
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Banishes ptrsplntion odour
0 lum body iweel tod diiity
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u mild anil grnilr (<* l-r, liuuli mI
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WC WISH AU OUR I
I
While ilothes are whiWr coknircda are
brighter, with the rich lather ol" Rinso \
Hasy and gentle, Rinsoamibcatborouichly
ilfioataout Uirt in record t.mc Dishes
lake on a new -.i>rklr loo, when washed
in Km.... Soifyouwaiucakaaf.quackarand
, bauer waahing reaulu uae only Rinao I
RiNSOfor oV your wash?
Intestinal worms arc a cxmmion CSRHC
of unthiiftmcAs and poeir egg pro-
duction in poultry. Since all poultry
runs may harbour worm-egss the
bird^ rhould be pnMKttd by KNMilM
mstsMM.
Monthly dosing with 'Phcnovi*.' b ihc
most effectivc mcthtxl of preventing
'PHENOVIS'
wonn disease from gaining a hold on
youf rirds.
need W vary ihc feeding
Matt before With Thcnovil Available in powder
form for mixini; with the mash.
Order Irom your Chemist or Agri-
cultural Merchant.
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Tins Swrr-I OSffl.....4S
Tin* l.imii Twnrafa .ft*
Tin* Marnulsdr 4*
Tins Aprlrot Jam 47
.. Hum ism 4sc 27
I'm.- Apple Jam 73
BU Maraarbino
CockUll Cherries i
Ratalmi. sjsji lb iS
i un.ni- Sfjj lb. 3*
Prunes, per lb
Mlied Spire, per pba. .3
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CUSTOMERS AND
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and with you at this season
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bright eyaMJ ..ml buoyant ? If
nut, your -.1.-.
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ibould be.
A eup 'i dallclou* 'OrsIUna' at bsd-
(ima will hr-lp tetttat ll hrlpa cuuol>
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will.', Oval : in Ii.-)|' inn Co irl<
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PAOF TOU*
BARB MX )S ADVOTATP.
IHMUT HFC rMWIt in. H.-.I.
BARBADOS
fr.--.-1------------i
AWtXffiT
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Thursila\. Ilrremhcr 28. 1950
I.(Mill >ll I I!OIIS
DURING U i di bate In the LafialaUva
Council un the raaolutton to provide funds
(or the eonptetion ol the St Leonard's,
Schools and lha i'ine
i : caution was
sounded by Hon If A. Cuke, He advised
. 1 take sUx-k of the good
methodi which had been adopted in the
past. Slid out In what waj they were bene-
ticial, and, where necessary slick to them.
This raises another point which might
well be adopted in dealing with the ex-
penditure of publk fundl There should
he a Finance Committee & uprising mem-
bers of the I! ise of A^M-nibly to examine
reaolutioni and hills which have been re- "
ferred to a Committee. This committee
would have it in then power to co-opt any
member ol the public or of any other body
who could contribute anything io their
investigations.
This-suggestion has been made I
of the obviou-s lack of scrutiny of the votes
from the Traaauo to the Architect ,% I
Planning OfBoer who was allowed to CMCl
thee* achooL. ami houses without the
supervision of the Public Works Depart-
ment. The result lias now been seen.
If these votes had been subjected to
thorough examination by a Cominittet oi
the House it would have been realised that
the estimates were too low. If the votes
had been subject to the practical handling
of the staff of the Public Works Depart-
ment it would have been seen that, judg-
ing by similar votes in the past, they
would have been exhausted before the
buildings were completed.
The members of the House are respons-
ible for the funds drawn from the Public
Treasury. That responsibility does not.
however, end there. It.is their duty to see
that the results from this expenditure are
the best which can be obtained under the
circumstances.
In the case of the Schools for which fur-
ther sums must now be voted, it is not
only that the funds have not been spent
well but that the objects for which they
have been spent have not yet been
attained. Educational facilities in this
island are extremely unsatisfactory. There
is a shortage of teachers and all the schools
are overcrowded. These new schools were
to answer the public criticisms against
superannuation and to satisfy thaw
parents who claim that they are willing to
pay but cannot get places for their
children in the public schools.
The money has been spent and education
is still suffering from the same defects.
Meanwhile public dissatisfaction increases.
Close scrutiny of resolutions would be a
means of preventing Uiis unsatisfactory
method of spending funds and asking for
rcvotes. It would, of course, cut across
the recent practice of the House of allow-
ing resolutions to be sent down from the
Executive and passed the same day on
which notice has been given by having
rules 88 and 89 of the House suspended.
The greatest Speaker the Barbados House
of Assembly has ever known, the late Sir
Frederick Clarke, warned the House a few
months before he retired that the Rules
o| the House were made for a specific pur-
pose and that the suspension of these two
Itules would lead to trouble not then en-
visaged by the House. It was then an in-
Irequent practice and used only in cases
of extreme urgency. Today it is the rule
rather than the exception.
In the House of Commons a Committee
is appointed to assist the Speaker to cer-
tify money bills, which cannot be amended
b\ the Lords. In Barbados there is no
necessity for ft crriillcote by the Speaker.
The matter seems to settle itself. But such
a Committee would not only be effective
in saving time, but would ensure that pub-
lic funds were handled in a more satisfac-
,.(iy manner This in fact, is the peculiar
province of the House of Assembly.
"The Red Threat In
Latin Aaneriea"
Bi MALI oi.m IQflOM
WASHINGTON. Dec 2fl
Intensified conmualsl m 'i<- ii>
iii Latin America is regarded
today as a serious threat to thu
security of the United Slates.
The situation is such, in view
rf th world crisis, that Secre-
tan Of Suite Dran Achcson ha*
called for eanffDCe of the
foreign Ministers of ftt 2'
American Republic* coastttutfnj
the organization of A
States.
In callintc the conference id
discuss further economic, pplft!-
cal and military co-operation.
MMfton warned that the ".ig-
grensive policy of mtemationa1
communism, carried out through
Utat, has brought about
a situation in which B*
m* world i- threatened"

lahliilhln. I l,lll< INUiM |*ia.a
..( lha worU. rotnm.)...
1'"nil BmtKj Ih* Had IIwbI

lhr*ai lo hfiB>Bhlfli oUdanly in
nt rrtala hH M" under-
SarrMar* at Stala Dean
in hi> tall 1<-- |
ol Ih* rorvtm WnlaWra ml ll Am-H
<* n.puhim lo (HanaM
of n-.rrtins II.
M-I'ilm JoitnMin, wrilr'
.rtiran <* ,i l*..liua Pl* Win. I.*
mimr at National *>o n Mr
rant lor ho farta lo thr hlt*.t
rltl*ntnallr and Ihl.lll..", .
hi Watnlnston in. ludin.
Malm*- paciflrallv with La*
Ammraii affair* a- (ha* afln-t -nr
IhUWd Mla'a* Thl. itaa palr.l.
mi I and * plain. ho camrrtiini-l
-CtlvHlaa H*l dan*r tor tha Unit ad
* In 'ha ium.-.i *>*>-
i active cooperation of
1-itln Aii.ii.. .. to rum'.
progress being made b> I
keep l jim Amerl-
rans convinced that Iheii interests
rtth our own.
Stressing the economic imporl-
LaUn America. Assistant
Secretary of State Edward O.
Miller. Jr. it* .-hsrge of Inter-
Anwrican Affairs, pointed out re-
cently thai lw.*>(J purchases by the
I' S will total at least S3 5 bit-
rth iif goods
Mtller also said.
'More than one half of the valu-
of our Imports from Latin Ameri-
ca consists of strategic raw ma-
terials. I-atin America provides
all our requirements from abroad
are generating a campaign of hale f vanadium, quebracho
the United Slate*. They tor oil.
,ii.i
rooting civil unrest. Irving to
fitment revolutions against nota-
bly inslablc goveinments, itililtra- !","' 'T"1 "J '
.t.OmlnOUS fact of ,,ng trade unions, other' political ^nT^r ne?,
which the State DoporUuti,! is ^..lies and tho governments **
lUlly awai-e Is 'at whflo world themselves,
at lent ion '>k i on the n
' i l the threat All this is a ireo of enormous
Ruorai the#*ot.-nti..i damage to u.s. tatar-
ii are working cease-tests. particularly it war comes
I tut America. Thf> avew ,, s vmim wafcc.
S....." ,,hRu"'-'
dm Ami rka and. in the event if there is war. the communists The ,-ase of mangai
w,.r. lo prevent us from alresdy are (casting that not a 1(, an exampli;
. ig 'IrBte^ic supplies which drop 01 "d or other strategic sup-
nld lonceivably spell the dihVr- plies will reach us from Latin
.-. .1 .ind tMal America for use agulnst Russia.
It Is. therefore, vitally import-
( I hat is the official over-nil view ant for us to maintain the friend-
Washington tothiy. Highest
"It ii a source of more than
90 per cent, of our purchases of
mice
to the
south wo secure from 75 to 90
pgff i iii of our imports of petro-
leum, beryllum, Usmuth. coppci
and iodine, and from 40 to ir.
per cent, of our imports of sisal
tin. lead, zinc an'' i-mtallte.
"In Uie future :lie importance
i>t I-atin Amern
strategic raw material* is more
likely to increase than to decline
.urce* point to specific deveiop-
nts In specific Latin American
untrie-t In support of thnt view.
.iich can be summarized as
Hows:
Ph
Communist prograi
America is by no mean-
w, but Is a part of communism's
nounced program of world
iiuest through revolution.
in furtherance of that pro-
. itinn- in Latin America they
"0 exploiting historical weak-
sses in relatirtns with the
nited States.
Their influence extends far be-
>nd their numerical strength and
ey are now redoubling their
Torts In the light of the world
'.nation and the growing danger
,i third world war.
SOI*, they appear to be
me progress, despite the
officially most LaUn
.mencan governments are friend-
,v to the United States.
Their methods are familiar, but
in Latin America they a: : finding
much fertile tround.
wai i/uu sea. duclur.
/ m a newsagent, ana I
olrpnn corn* the foreign
papers tilth mu right arm
and EiiQltsh ones with
mu left "
In the past a large proportion
of our import;- of manganese ha*
come from the Soviet Union
Two great new deposits of this
essential commodity have recent-
ly been located in Brazil Plan-
ter the active development Ol
these deposits are now under
consideration. ..nd eventually
nrazll may become our most
Important supplier of manga-
nese"
Miller stressed the Importance
of Venezuele gsj a new source -if
Iron ore and added:
"Those facts may weU serve
to dispel the notion so widely
held in this country that th
United States Is economically
self-sufficient. How outmoded
and unreal this concept is. be-
comes clear when one examine--
the list of basle foodstuffs an'1
raw materials from Latin Ameri-
ca which are necessarv to sus-
tain human life "
The commui usts are fully
aware of Latin America's Im-
portance, and that is why thev
are working night and day to
enhance their influence there, to
the detriment of the U.S.
< To-morrow: What the Reds
Exploit)
-**-**c-* -*
III l PLAN FOR AFRICA
M \issi Communist Party, which previ- Assuming these reports arc
PARIS, ously has exercised strong control accurate, there now exisU a
reports trom behind ever Communist activities in Mor- European Cominfomi. an AaiaUr
the irem Curtain revealed Uxlay occo. Algeria. TuniM.i, Senegal Cominform and an African Com-
that the so-called "African and other key regions It also informall with a Joint executive
('imilnfonn" h* taken far- affects the Communist Party in body operating under direct
reaching decisions aimed at Belgium, which had controlled Instructions from Moscow.
overthrowing western domlna- Communist activiUes in the Bel- According to the reports the
tion of the strategic raw mate- "1,,n Congo, an imj>ortant uranium pnncipal tools for the contem-
,nUcn, , pr.uci^ . PtaW Jg-Jjujhl J^-gJj
In future. Communist leadei-sJiip whether or not thev an., allllliiled
in Africa will be entrusted lo Mu with the WFTU.
,s cow-trainad fttatora, most uf ., ,
^iLi"j>'^[nm,"'ri.U,r"' whom are at.ves of the regions AriUe from an effort to cut pro-
hlch thev will operate. duction or strategic materials.
Since November 17 three im- ^specially uranium, the Comln-
p^SS ,S h. un - rcpom 0d,IM Uut funds form ,1*, hpe, , w bl,
place in the
concerning Com i "bank, under cover of counts naUve troops such as the French
of various firms of the Russian Senegalese as well as the Tuni-
satellite bloc. glans. Algerians and Morocc
By tUM
He liable
Africa.
The "African Comlnforn
drew up Its prograr
11* 4 meeting nt Bucharest.
The reports added that funds form also hopes to be
. for these activities are centralized force the western powers to pin
r SZZSFmJZSZrLiP Cairo and dispersed in several down in Africa most of thei:
Communist action lnu_,,_ .._,,__ _J1_ , -----.,. na,tu.
Africa. Native African Com-
munist lenders participated. The
discussions concluded Dccemrwr""""' forces.
17 with adoption or an over-oil ^ Bucharest meeting decides Vl_ _
programme of action for the Com- the preparatory phase should cul lhf LommunlsM also pL .
munlst parties concerned initiate in violent aml.tn.., -...im'- ,-, time next Spring It is know,, that to **yb'-' by Ua- Unite.! Nation*
;ertaln French authortUes gov- pretext for requesUng UN
...... for "liberation-
It was decided thai Africa pre-
favourable terrain
bL
al and social
"*" that time.
Strikes and street domonstra- -[(ll.
lions will be the principal meth- ods and the primary objective mgjsjHnn catM
be to create- nn economic ^urces which
'ur eniing French-African UullUW niterveniion
*"*" believe outbreaks ma> oOOlT it ',ri torlcs nc.
tutelage.
under Eurupeu
will
reports concerning the .
Cominform" Bucharest ,
1949
Tho poIiUcal masterinlnds be-
hind the Communist African
larM triv* ar0 r'-P"^",,l ,n >'* i Cal
asserted Frv,n 'here Muslim agitators,
crisis designed to disrupt one of that"the"peip.ng' meeung of the ["'"!,'n 5?2fi ^SSi^fiH
the wMtern worlds chief sources WorId Federation of Trade Unions '" f**f"' g" republics, will
nf raw materials in !> sheltered an Asian Com- ^^!a%S Commun,!,t A,MCil
s^ HSH?rs: tfasgsgargs sss&. fss? jstk
Zlr rails In Afrit. *ilh the <"nmmunlsl The military attack , cn.a umou.H and active
_i ^ i a fin. AfJT .. "" attempt will come to
duct on In A; The Afrit an Tlus U|IU. Ihew solirces pointed these unions to the WFTt'
Cominforin believes thi* scheme , sonil. si,nilnrit) l-'lween the
will multiply the dlfllculties of iviping tncating and ihe Buchar- -^pWial attention is being de-
Ihg United Nations western pow- m rr.eetmn voted to Nigeria, a country of 4C.
era In Korea. million Inhabitants under Brltisn
The Bucharest meetings took a regime. Trade unions are
Leadership of Communist acliv- double form There were public reported active there and the
Itics in Africa was removed from meetings of the World Federation Nigerian Communist poliUcal
the hands of the metropolitan or Trade Unions. And, in addition, leaders are heflevod to have had
Communist parties. This measure there Mere the private Cominform recent contacts with Moscow.
principally affects the Franco meetings con.erntng Africa. l.N.S
GENERAL
"IKE"
Hope Of The West
> I.IIMH.I *ioi*i:
WASHINGTON,
DA-ight David Eisenhower, the man whu
might have been President, return-; to the
scene of his greatest triumph for what may
be his toughest job.
General of the Army Eisenhower, Supreme
Commander of the powerful western f<
thaj crushed Nazi Germany, will return M|
again as Supreme Commander of W-i.m aj|
Forces.
But this time he will have only a compara-,
live handful ol men and airplanes plus Uw
powerful weapon of atumit supeiionty to
aag a threat greater than that posed by
Adolph Miller at his peak. Eisenhower is
'barged with organizing and leading the
..f the North Atlantic Pad Powan to
meet the Communist aggression of Soviet
T.ussia and her European Satellite-
If the Kremlin should decide to move
against Western Europe, General "Ike" will
be called upon to stop her. It is an unen-
viable task, one that could have been turned
down, but Eisenhower will lake the job. Like
any other good soldier, he knows he is ex-
pendable.
Eisenhower is believed to be the unani-
i.ious choice of the North Atlantic Pact
Powers for Supreme Commander. He is the;
one man considered most capable of welding
I solid, powerful, cohesive lorce out of the
\ aried and scattered elements available to
him.
If he is successful in his mission and builds
a force strong enough to stop the Kremlin'^
masters in their plans for world conquest
before they engage in further armed aggres-
sion, his already great stature wilt be im-
measurably increased.
He again, in 1952, would have the privilege
of turning down supplicants asking him to
run for President. In 1948 both parties
wanted him and he refused.
If he cannot create a powerful force, or
if Russia strikes too soon, undeterred by
American atom bomb supremacy, he could
lose everything he has worked to gain in his
career.
The appointment of Eisenhower by Presi-
dent Truman may well go against the Gen-
eral's wishes. He repeatedly has said that
he was happy as President of Columbia Uni-
versity, and he has expressed the desire fee
be allowed to work quietly as a civilian for
the good of the country, and the country's
youth.
In addition, less than a month ago he ful-
filled a 32-year-old dream and bought a 189-
acre farm near Gettysburg. Pa. The farm was
lo be the place where Ike and Mamie Eisen-
hower could retire lo the rural life and rest
they so well deserve.
But the farm will have to wait. So will
Columbia University, and so will the poli-
ticians.
The smiling, balding, blue-eyed leader of
the West has always been a professional
soldier and an outstanding one. He was born
in Tyler. Texas. Oct. 14, 1890, and graduated
from the Military Academy at West Point
in 1915.
Eisenhower did not get overseas in World
War I, but his career has been one of the
average regular army officer, except that he
has moved faster than most, and has risen
higher than all but a very few.
In World War II he was Chief of the War
Plans Division of the Army's General Staff.
Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations, and
then Commanding General of Allied Forces
in the Mediterranean and European "*\ieatres.
After he left the job of Supreme Com-
mander he was named Chief of Staff of the
Army.
But even after he left Eisenhower kept an
office in the Pentagon, and he was in Wash-
ington as a consultant, expert and eldei
statesman as much as he was at Columbia
University.
Now he is back in full harness. He is no
longer a schoolteacher planning retirement
on a farm.
He is the hope of the Western World.
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iflririi/fiire
To lite fTdltor. The Advocate
SIR, I conic .
jeet to add a practical wpplamenl
to my Mtss ol the I9lb In
partly on your stirring Ic.idinu
article two days trill I
i then voiced I
at the racoantuoa which the vital
importance of agrieull u
West Indie? is bow ki i
receiving from MVttral
cannot cCOmpUltl anything much of the existing staff do recoRnue or *o ago I had a young man in ours marks are recorded If
imltM the rank and file of the the importance of the subject and much the same condition. 1 re- earnedby the Overseer or man-
- intere-ted and will- perform the;r duty conscientious- member speaking to him about ager. Then nt the end of an agreed
ii g 1*. Then again, what about lime the commonplace but vital fact of period a bonus is awarded This
I rum cORM Ik oiler two simple for It, with full curriculum? fertilisation in the life of flowers profits the plantation or factory as
ti hi- at Uu> point But we do really need to make and fruits, and the wonderful well as the worker.
It may be they are stale and al- the item a *ucccs*. nd especially wav* m which It Is accomplished _.. ..-,
rradv recognised by wiser people, to provide the intellectual stlmu- by means of bees and other In- T". EM *V,0*'led*"e _, 5U-
nM uf "Nature Know lodge". We sects and birds, the wind, and so * above for the boys and girls
must interest the mind as well as on. and he was astonished and ap- woulci. "A-0 ****> materially with
Suppose then it pilrld to te interested. How fa:
lo furnish thi
f so, please have me excused
The ilrsl concerns the boyi
girlsespecially of course the boys u-ain Uie hand Suppose then it roared to b* interested How far ^SJSS^JSf^F\ .JEm Si lH?
lo whom we have to look to take were possible to furnish the can the enlarged view of nature >ou"" "2; '," f~'aJf "
and mentioned torn* of Um steps on the work now being done by teachers with expert assistance thus indicated be communicated JJ SaJJJJ? ","'"n<[ "JJ""
we in Barbnci'. ire taking to give the generation that is passing, and Suppose a competent and enthu- and what would he the effect of """L,? * a *""
it the attention ami prominence it the suggestion is that we should siastir Instructor could be found transforming the canefleld or Bar- "u" >*>"
so emphatically merits And I enlarge and build on the School nd given as a whole time job den into a kind of fairyland? I
closed bv referring to the irmncdi- Oardcm scheme already in opera- visiting the schools and helping think the success of the "ludgtng
ale plan for I. -Farm Institute" in tion. the staff in the matter Might we rings' initiated by Mr. Halcrow
Trioaoad, and urged that wa need not loolt toT H llch development suggests a very encouraging an-
te go much denpci and wider into 'l '* 6H'^ that some of the school of Interest and efficiency on the swer to the question.
the subject and den I with it on taaobari arc not interested in this part Of the young genci.iti.ni I The Editor, The -Advocate,
ItMtt ];:. Gardens section of their currlcu- My second suggestion is direct- SIR,Surely it is time that
lum and perform their part in it X mentioned ,ust ,abm "in- ,.d Io ,hose woric,.^
nhat h ur
ry perfunct
id inctlec- tellectual interest". I have been
Hie agricultural
ow engaged tho public be relieved of the sus-
.ork of the pense which was started when
If so I do not think surprised nt the scant knowledge. Multii uni especially on the sugar an official notice stated th t there
I should hastily cen- Of even total ignorance, of the pUnlations, and It may be state-
That schemequite good. \
Mr, .. '.. looks like ii
another tffi rt lifle the community should hastily cen- pf <-ven toinl ignorance, of the piutBHon(. and it may be stated was a case of uisoecteri Small
instructors or direct. ire them The school master has land worker of the multitude of in a coupic f wordsa Bonus Pox in the Island
give Barba.i. ,llv turned away from the Intoresting^facts and processes ol lvltcm bawd on on efficiency -n." I "'""u* ... .
students, at quite consi. id and stockyard and directod Nature which surround him. rtic notice was published over
pense, wh. k w n-d his thoughts and aims in quite an- Not long ago I had a boy doing two weeks ago and one should
primarily lo'gel ther direction, and it would be a little garden work at my place. This was Introduced to me by a ftave expected that by this time
actual wort of rprlsfng if he were still greatly and though he must have left retired planter with wide experi- a confirmation or denial would
planting, and reap thoratl) and keen to school only a short time previously ence. who had himself tried it have been published.
hi them Inter**! .i to such work and help he did not appear to know any- with good results An "Efficiency JOHN SHANNON
liking for their )>osltion and duty them to become efficient in it At thing much about plants nor to be Sheet" is given to every* worker Tenb;
Sclent'!! uutructors or directors the same time I feel sure many interested In them And a year and at the end of oact week hon-
Tenby.
Hockley
V.A.X. Films

LONDON. Dec
The British Board of Fil
Censors has ruled that ch'ldr
under 16 will be barrv., (:
movie-theatres even if
accompanied by adults
lllm being shown 1.
with an X'\
This new movie-gradm< < .
Uflcate -X" will a
onusn screens In the Now Wai
The new certificates will repl.u,
the present -ir for Horrtli
class which also barred chlldr.
rrosn tho theatres.
Movies wholly adult In then.,
or trsitment and unsuitable foi
children will abw get the new
marking.
The three certificates will now
be. Vfor general exhibiuon: A
more suitable for adults; X
(Or exhibition when no child
under 1 is present.
A number of French am'
Italian movie* have been held u,
while the new rulo was beuik
If HoUvwood's "Snake Pit"
be exhibited now It
would be given tho X certiflesaa.
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BARBADOS \DVOC\TF
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Car Overturns
AMOTOI t vi: i. ,, m-
banltmei* and
at Horse Hill on Tnesd;.
iiiln I
pace
were dan
aafcsra as-
sisted in milling it" back 011 the
road
*T l(t \ f -. fla two five fthill-
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home of Gordon Ltvfc) at Suark
Cap. (Jatrison. between 5 30 pm
I
8

i rile Road.
re*' be*
18 p m and 8 00 a m
on Saturday and a qu
article* In the
Walter C'arrington i L'ttUty
Village. Si Michael, ft
'>' Park on i
.i dollar in his pocket
Wr-en he awoke the dollir was

A pair of gold framed (.lasses
valued SJ fr.-m Her-
n '" bunas' meat stall at the
Public Market between Friday
-n,l Sunday
"pilF HOYS at Ihe Bay Street
- Boys* Club will soon be
doing carpentry. A workshop ;it
the back of Ihe Club will DC
completer! shortly.
Dtirliu: the Ohruttman season
the interior of Ihe Club *rss
aoconilcd The hall is painted
Kreen and yellow
AT CHRISTMAS the PoIlM
:hat were on
duty had no cause to feel home-
Ick Tha PoUea Caataai are
' .' ..',.: . .If. .i
Througnotii the day
tabtaa played carol- on the h,_d no, piwid vaJuabl
piano while others crowded W;(V
around and sung Whether there was a sus-pectei.
\\7rmiN another month or so, case or otherwise, he said. th,>
SnelchUtown will have its main point was the protection of
tha community and this had
started from the beginning ami
was still going on.
'The small pox epidemic has
started in quite a number of
cases because the disease was
not siispe.-ted in ihe Mrs:
and .ne protection of the com-
munity had not
\i.\m mi sir
I I'lifzui'Ums Spent
\imCs Itcrv
Indians On


.:ik and dined 1

1 iiiba.
N
only served special t 1
lood, but provided ihe ViSttM
Latins with BUI
the Bor-t.
. la v- 1 'us orches-
tra u> composed mainly of men
I
and played mm
.

al the Aquai.it ( ml> I
a niajh. hid tha autban*
UC rhythm and wer> much ap-
l.y the Venezuelans |
which Ihere were about four
Among the guests were Mr. an.*
Mr. Varnon Knlatat Mr. Verne 1
Knight is Venezuelan Vice OofM
I he mixed wilh t>
from that cOUAtrj
m making th.
Goodwill Tour
More Venezuelans ai *
Fanoarj
Small l>x Still
"Siupected"
FRIED FISH VENDORS
DO GOOD BUSINESS
I ;.v. Wine Gont-rst
Kas> Hull

pox at PaMcaa Island H 1
'-uspected ca.se
are concerned, the Direct!
Medical Services told
He said that th. Da]
had endeavoured tu bring the
cose to a conclusn 1
Tffff! b>' wr,;"" "*. ""i the tests
Chotl oari
in the
,,,,, __ .,, _.. .... npetiuoti at Quaai 1
MAN"i a hungry, and therefnn dtafririMd lata nn>ht Bmuna Das Thai choir ~
walktrJUf^taken tsMJfl again after seeing the twinkling r v. c* snu conducted bj M
Rinds and
the liKht from the tray of a friejd1 fish seller sitting on > Omr*
ih si modem store.
Messrs. 1) V. Scott & Co., Ltd.,
proprietors of the Colonnade
Stores are building a general
store at Queen Street
The site of the new building
Imrneilv accommodated a garage
which housed buses of the Lee-
ward Motor Omnibus Company
shop pavement. This business is a brisk one. espmu.1'
during the flying iish season.
Baxter'* Road Is a big centre fot
tha business, and ao Li Nelson
Street. Another place
of frying goes on is the bus. |UW
lion of Karbarees Hill Bpoapar's
Hill. Hank Hall and Black Rock
Twenty seven thousand Chn--- 1,.,..,. _,,,. Im. ,,.1|M, hlg (.(.nfrr.
27.000 XMAS
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Church Village Choir, St.Philip.
srho BOi IS points. This choir had
88 eoloai aad was conducted bv
Mr Cecil Skeete
from (too partakes
ti-ok part in the competition which
sponsored by Mr Sydnc
. ..lour. I

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and daaagatad Uaati ii\>
Ugious work landed in

na Trinidad.
They are four deleg.r
Indian Cultural Mission deputed
b> Bharat Sevasram Sangha The
deputation start.-! from Calculi.1.
headquarters i,t the Mission or
Nevembei II They travelled he,,
via ColomNt. ItaurUtui
I'.n.n an M ^ h>i.a
Names of the 1
making a two-yac* world lour U
xplead Indian Cullurc among In
I paaa arm other races are
Swan) Advailananda, the leader
Bwaml Vadananda, Swami Ak-
hnv .man.la and Br. I'aie*h
11 1 Of the del. 1
\d>.M air 1 '.iil.,> llul upari
I1.11 ipp in Culture
among liniianx. th*) .<
preach peace propaganda tu al
luc l* **** "* emphasise.1 thai tin
movement had nothmg to do wrlU
politic l'lie. in.-
mental liberal ideas if Indian Cul-
ture, anil want to bin
LUUQ among the difTt 1.
the world
l!i liL.i.u- l*r nciples
off The- bcUava thai tha
1111; the Moild'v mi-.Tii- i- ihe spun
on of selfish nationalism, and to ra
U move ihi*. the Mfaaton 1
nix the broad principles of al1
religions and all IllUlliaa tu i*.>
pie avarrwhara wtthoul diatu*
Moo of culour. class Of eie.d
immi
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Mission vtatfad East Africa and n-
1 there for H IHOnthl
parcels and nearly 350 bai.s hut there arc van ,: "l ''' ''"'
of letter mail were handled by evei v datrlct 1 ! 'he Christmas Carol The Mission embraces ..II India
dec during They buy iksh from the lieaeh In N"w to Clod on High in- (ilory and part ol then woe* ki to ran
the Christmas season, the Poei- big quantii. To-.., Mr Gerald Hudaon and Capl der aid in times of fanun. ... tDl<
master told tha Advocate ye-- ^2 cents a pound foi dolphin C E Raison were the )udges and demic. They also carry on schools,
Vu;,' TtoFS." -V"dR 'r0m * ^l^'ro 0- low ,u,e , ,hc
npMfSi thorp,, u- !ET"3|^;; XfTSfJ-S
X owner of motorcycle M 1151, amon|( U8 , anv .,nw# tnP vaccin-
ias injured m an accident along a.jon campaign is going on and
(heopsidc Road at about 4.3(1 wm go t.n ns an ordinary prudent
o.lock yesterday evening. He public health measure In the In-
was taken to the General Hos- terest of the communin "
pitel and detained. M. _
Thorpe was riding his cycle 2.S80 Vaccinated
when it became involved In an ,.,. ,
accident with a Central 'Bus -& W B*" Day a total of
tavday
The parcels started con
m from November I and
letters near the end of the si
month All were di-tributed b\
Christinas Eve.
The new Parcels Depart men*
on the wharf had coitsiderabl>
relieved the Christma.s praaaura
ami had made the disposal of
the parcels possible, th.- I'.-i
mm tan said.
A belated mail of over MM
bugs from England arrived on
Boxing Day and these were non
being dealt with
The volume of the business
I p.
bought from the beach Hnrf__
I'"'- cents retail; 14 cents a pound foi
*"C shark: i">r beach five cents each and -
h>' each from the road vendor*
2,680 persons had been reported done during the season had marie
vaccinated in the island since
After the flying fish are 1
ed and fried one costs about la
pence. A steak of shark will COP
14 cents and a steak of dolphin m\
M eighl cents more. A pannj loaj
of salt bread usually goes with It
These riutl fish are usually sold
on the pavements of liquor shops
Many men like one after having a
drink or two For one thing, a
steak of fish will take the taetr
of the liquor OUl of one's mouth.
mented thnt the Miming
holn ha.I improved eon-
1 kderahly
Tin v offered helpful criticism.
The remit Of UlO COntaM was
., follow-
r-irii- M.u Poinu
I'll.hi. TS
mil SI Mlrhl n
1 .. hi Mssas, at
1 er ..
si I'liiiii. as
boardaafj houses foi
hut escaped with dUfht inmriaa \acclnaloti in ,thc lnd since it necessary for the clerical stair and then Ihe p.ppei an A T about II 3 o'clock raafaar- *?mpa'*n beBan f ,he"e nnd poetmen to work about 11 condiments with which they an
n- mo,; 1-HTV ^.'51 had been vaccinated In St hours each day This was done
Michael and the remaining 52 for two weeks before Christmas.
During the period 11 more
postmen were taken on at the
office Exlra dell
loming motor lorry
M lBlfl. owned by Scibert Hope ln u,e uthrr parishes"
of Fifth Avenue. Nurse Land. The D|rec[or satd ,hB,
Tweedside Road, and driven bv ,1S |, nad b^.,, reportcj t
Fin- Ciandiaon of School Road, 0mcc, St. Peter, St. Lucy. Si
Camngton Village. crashed Into Andrew and St Philip had been
the paling surrounding the house BCiiV9 u iard$ Uie campaign,
of Eileen O'Donald at Nurse Land bul uierc were aware that the
and damaged five gal vanned wor|, WBS being carried out in
flavoured have a sobering effen
llliilnnr.a
Mrs. B. Collins
ith frei-
students
The delegates showed the Adva-
rale letters- of introduction from
some of the topmost leaders in
India, including Mohan Lai Gun- I
lam. Secretary of the National |
Congress. J R Kirpnlani. ex-
PraatdoM Of 'he National Congress
ml Cabinet Ministers ol
ihe Indian 1 lovemment
Aftei Icavim- Trinidad Ihi-N will
visit the olhei ilnti li Waal Indian
.stand* and British and Dutch
(Juinna. They were the gu.sN
while here of Mr D, A Tham.
<'itv Mrrchant
Biscuits
and
Butter
and
MAR MITE
The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food
So lasiy and sojivJ for you Tasty because Mannite
gnc* th.it iKh, appetising flavour (Jood because the
II.' vitamins -re .or.umc.l in Marmilc essential
element- to keeping ihe body lit und free from
illness. M inline is lu^l as delnoua in *andwnhei
wat.h li."* ihilJren love them' also in wups.
Mtara, atavtai and all savoury dishes. You only need
u lull- and wbai'l lctl in the |ax keeps for ages.
Had* in f aa/BM
! .4 ,'*',*',::'.*.%'.'..','.
.',:'*
made by the n
postmen For the same time 4
additional stamp sellers were
used, and the public were served
Resisting
she. N No Ollf
; injured
?septs.
Stole Coat:
Fined 10
Christ Church, St. Georgt
James, St. John and St. J<
Figures for these parishes
noj available to data
Vaccination centres were now
he island, and
tug to
tad as that
"''.......'
the time-checked
twelve persons per ml
STUNT CYCLIST
set up through'
they were still
people to be
'This is a serious mattertaking was the only
up people's clothes"His Worship protection.
Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell, Senior
Police Magistrate of District "A"
told 23-year-old Culhbert Hash!
of Holder's Land, Deacons Road
yesterday, when he fined, him lf
lor stealing a jacket valued at S0.
Haxla pleaded guilty of
Lionel Mo. ra of La
Michael was yesterda> founl
guilt] 1 Police i '01 *a
rate of tie Ailuu Lonjja and refusing u
te iMVfl a luin shop when BSkad lo
do 10 i>> the proprietor on I
ber 23
Mr. A. J li Hal tchi 11 bef( ra K
... hum tin' ...-.- rt.'i. r ., .
dered Mre lo pay a fine of C
CITY STREETS STILL
CROWDED
There .
Imosl ns much BCtiv-
onence which wa. coinmitled un Jt UM |m<. o( lh(. cu ||rti;1
December 24. The fine u lo b: yesiertny moniln( an on Salurd.i>
paid by iiuulnMnu of U IW. pn. the last day before ChrUOnaa
month or in defaull three monun Du,bey Alley and U>u I
iim ktommol with hard labour. gtreet were amonR the place-
Flrat witneaa wa. Colin Beck.!.. w,wrI much buIlncss WM b.Ullt
of Black Rock and he ald thai don(. ThCT(. vendo o1 vogrlable
UH )Mket is his. He left II in the 1|nfl (ru|, dol u KO<|d ,,,
Blue Lagoon Club. Nelson Slrce.. M(| OT Decvn.l^r 24 about l.Mpm. Slrccl and Sw;in SUtK., , ,,, ,
AtUr he found that hla 1""** a good man) sliop,,. .. In to. ...
tablf, he reported the matter to bu( 1|u. ^.i,,..,.,,^ ,,.....
the Police. ... be doing much busineaa.
loiter the aarne night at aoou- n..,, wm again out
loir. Harbour Police Conrtable f(^ , ,||m. .
c!nemaaWB,d'ge.o:nawh a"'". ** f-*~* ""
SSMi icii han,l. Hl, went to "cl'n'
the Bridge Post and there he waa
charged with the larceny of the
coat._________________.
"LADY" ON DOCK
M.V. Lady and the fishing
schooner I-lndsyd II. were on
dry dock yesterday undergoing
repairs.
The Lady arrived in Barba-|
doe B lew days' BgU f"i the niain.
purpose Of going on do.k wldV
the Undeyd U made
call from Martinique.
The policeman on duty
really be caught in a good mo. when people Ignore his ^Jo"" Constable Longe said
^jp^j^ it at wher. he tried U> make
Yesterday a cyclist named King ">" lve '|' P
shot down Broad Siroet and rode Winnie noiiblesome and I
pest the upraised hand of th.' ;"1"1^1 ' "*'* S,,-M *
Policeman on point duty by the <***> *" rearing
Canadian Dank of Commerce.
King, on finding that he wa
being stnpi>ed bv the policeman.
tried to stop alter he hnd passed
the) (lineman's hand. ^s&Sj'SS&j'itj'Sir.'Wj'Sii't'SSt'St'i'SSWt'***'**'****
. defence Moore v
he dirt not know what
doing as he had i.<< <
for some tune

> police'.--------- ---------- .,,
Bobby", smilingly and calirnv
aid "GO Ahead. Kmli ' Ahead!
the King can do no wrong."
B.C. RICE COMES
S.h.-.n.r fhlllp II llavtdW
brought. 1,000 bags or rice for
Barbados over the vm-.-k DO
from Bri-1 n '-......
OUier cargo of this vessel wai
tire wood and ehar.o.,1 H-
llavldsMii is consigned l<
Schooner Owners' Aaa0>
,IIK .traUi OCCUrred On ChriM-
Dn_ .i Mi- Beatrice l lull
, i S.h Igfll hdl fotieral
,,k place lhe same ..Itemoun in
,,. of a large gathering
111 .town M e t h o.i | s .
Church ,
Collins whnc hu-sband
.....i msn vcars ago
Pti >f a crssarful dispositun
i In St Michael foraome
, ,i where with her four
.tie .anied on a di
niukin^ ,o.tabltshment. I^ter
returned 11 spcightstown
She was a devout Method!*
and her funeral rites were cor-
tm |d I Rev Frank UwflMI
Sin- leaves to moun. their lo
.nghlers Mrs E. D
w ttley, Hlaa Venns euuw
Nuraa m si mk1i.i
,1- Hasel Es'wick and one son
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I'AOE SIX
BARBADOS ADVOCATK
nUUDAl [HI.MBEB to. imp _
NO
MORE
FOR EXTRA
TOUGHNESS 4 MILEAGE
DITNSiOP
ROADSTER .
Hub It on
CHEST
Put it in the
NOSE
' M.Tiiht>lluin Balm Mops Cold* almoai
..1..ik. ftit' l*Yntrn>lBtum Up the No-e
..nd KUB IT ON the throat snd t"De.
\ m-uo as you begin to inhati tha
.oolmg 'MwiUuiUium* %spoura. our
hci J lum to dew and daffy now anJ
. heat psmar* open up to that you can
l i.-ii- freely again. Quick get a jar or
nn of' Mcntholatum' to-day.
She ,dys will we plc.i . be vary careful as it s trinket sol and the one she s*nt last year got broke
1'irulii'i Exorvs* Senier
MENTHOLATUM
You Ought To Know
About This Little Red
Book For Red Bandits
I rank Owen sizes up I lit- giirrrillu
StriimjlV lit ii.is 14 ii bi'hiiid him
In i1Iala*u
approach, though not in this eonrcrted drive with troops, po
Number Two manual, the grim agrirultural, social, and .
'ubject of execution*. *i"l .services.
Other captured "gen" tells Incl lentally. this "bandit" wa.
vou about these. Death la the 's <-<**tK us all of 40.000 a daj.,
penalty for desertion, spying, sur- iPar friends of the "Friends of thv 1
render, rape, or robbery (that is, Soviet Union
unauthorised, private robbery) Hul regular troops and rcgulai
offender* are also flogged with police, are not made for Ughtin
I rattan cane, tied to a pole for guerrilla troops, which Is what, I
five houra in the blazing sun, then PJt. 'h"s** ''audits are.
made to do a day's work rh'" '" only one way t.. beai
Few desert. Fewer surrender l-anmla. or guerrilla* -be hetto
Don't Ul ui kid ourselves. Lei us bandits, or guerrillas
know our enemv. Who is he? Deep ' the heart of Um
Firsr. the trained, resolute, fan- * n bah-lleiaj
ASK FOR REAL
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Mid, Only ly
r/ MwitAa/atlMI Co. L10..
(fit. 1109) Sliut*. Ittlind.
Oluccn
Scots
..tic Communist, sometimes indoc-
trinated here in Malaya, enme.
times smuggled from China.
.SVrond. the sincere but muddled
ideal i M
CALCUTTA,
DWUNG the Prime Minister'* visit to America I,.- ml.] Third, the adventurous, the
Iruman that, in Malaya, Britain is holding h young men (and women too) who
t <>l the tree world front line wa,,, ' uv dangerously.
H,Ji:,SM:t, Brito*^*troops in Malaya. Also jZSSl ASIi&St
based on Malaya we have Royal Navy units and the Roval Murder . .
Air Force. COMMUNISTS have hammered
As lony as these facts are understood, and not tust mad M these lnto a 'ormidable list
Make no mistake Yo
nndit
About 3
Mad Mass
CcJeant.
. .iif... ma-.
Colonel
who comii
S!:"ng n ". Their pay? About 3 a month, him and his boy*. ImiI. as Klphnrf
iingle
force
of doing It,
ril. '.I'.-.].. itlr .ill
i . nt< ei

Id jungle Ian DJai I
f 1 i ned in hard
luul ul .....< urn- .
marine, par..'i
das i- and junajle |
: range penetra- i
.. i grmiph. Dedi- '
v 'loomed
Mad Mike" Calvert. I
ni.i then w'v wit
If:! is not reuliaed that Malay- Am a us be* .
^ the master key in the politics. THE gun" follows. Anrt
iw. ad tr.* o< a... rich. ^ ..*? ., i, .
ami when (0 la* iii
bush (if possible, at a road bend
nth few allowances (there n said, "Th:it i* another stor\
MlJRKAYS
mil* dlrfrrenco belwfcn rank*),
Ud Ira.Jr ol IkU rfcn. ^^a ..,_:. ,. :. .. ,"'" ,' Thrir did? Rice, bamuoc .HouU.
irowdeil rr corn* . ih, >.,,, ,,,. "d "."; KTL: and wild baiMUM.
A^n h^RUd, .h,,: : "JJ*" H^-SS: Thcr d.y? When no. r.h.,.
w nurr on 1L0 Isle o[ Wifbt lh , dMto .1 'rtuVi hJ, ,, <" l<"ln. " !> '-m Iher.
better. " a,*"e "*! h"v '" drlU, weapon tnuiihu. ud wo-
There Is no reason el ,u i. a" "a 'W ol" "*. on"n> ronnda until 30 p.m end then
erst 3? =5 SB '-'"" ""
us out of Burma ard let in civil ,,.,; Ioca, 'g0Ol| Wl|t> and BO All lhw hlgnlv 0,.,an|^l miii-
secure supplies, information, >0 a.llvity (ihey a'.l wear uni-
fundsor, at a pinch, rt.ruils. 'orm In actloii, also badges of
The manual sets out ihe drill
utting. or tapping, lelepll
L
- iv Um hvn majority u
tha peopleand especially ihe
i.atiw pt-uplc, who are Malay,
IMI 111 III .11.K 'II. .1.-11 I..IIIK' Ui
before and after it) ties In
plaiiwliithcs terrorism by
"special atrvtca ntuads"
"Olil Stvli lifjlitin^"
WASHINGTON, DtC 27.
Oanaral J. Lawton coliiru,
United State, Army >
Staff maid in ait article to-day that
Ameiiian war experience In
Koraa must not deter the United
States Hum (k-vli.ping ItM use of
the -'*>'"'tf weapons bv army troops.
Writing lor the Coronet maga-
VVhisky pmsc^s that
ili-iin. :!' aiII il.iiui
- -
Highland
;,nk
with
ot Chlnwi m content (,, u- "'"'*' _* : .iintiun JK?l| STtSnuT" "h OP" ,ine h. described progress in
lo lUy. """ tanunii bii-ei. derailing Their lasks are laid down as in- selopin* Ihese weapons
The Coramuinst clatlei alnul >'*nd lhootlll up the wreck, eluding InnlUjence; subserlpUonj. coureglng"
Queen
SCOTCH WHISKY
There are Instructions
slashing rubber trees, and Hun
denying to the British enemy a
vital dollar-earning and strategic
asset. But another, overriding,
top-level order *ays go
this: Ihe "bandits" expect to take
over the country ttMTMOlvtt
loon, when thos-. rubber tire-;
Shout i.e.,' extorlmJi arid blackmail:
assassination.
All bandits are controlled by the
Communist Party of Malnya. act-
ing on Cominform orders. If this
Is not war or something knnnites-
ally short of It, perhaps some-
c of the intellectual appease-
ment movement will explain.
The Cost
THIS is Ihe abiding and ovcrull
battle which General B
Harding, Commander-in-Clne! it.
the Far East, ind General Sir
Harold Briggs. his Chief ot Antl-
bandit Operations, face.
Qenaral Briggs did not eoma to
Britain recently to ask rot more
troops. He rame to ask for inm.
Shortly, we an- up to hair b:it- BvUun powers.
trlloni, and ..!. dSMUng Vrittl WhV To organise and mobilise
Flag Library W< I Pah Dl The ,l- : f" ". the several separate State Gov-
*-ortl eiplains why Mum
"Malayan people's llbera*.
movement" Is about as g#|)|||nsi
as the Sheflleid "Pesce" Congress.
Unfortunately for u-< it i n
little better organised.
Kremlin-led
Ogfl are to be calico by
tiii right namag (II baang daai
thinking), then Ihese 5.000 01 "'" ro,nP tn handy
10,000 "bandiU" arc advance
guerrilla troops of the Red Army.
That is, they are mobilised,
trained, officered, and led under
ihe diu.tion of the Kremlin.
No need to argue otharwlse.
Am I write I have before me a
handbook on "Tactics In Guerilla
Warfare (2: Attack)." It is com-
piled and; publlahed by the Red
The Korean war. General Col-
lins said, was "a reversion to old
style lighting more comparable t.'
that of our own Indian frontier
days than to the modern
and could not be seen a*
view of a future war.
i is "banditry," then
l- big-inth htayba that
is what Dig brother Bolshevism
has become.
Bui -o fai the manual m i i.
deals with platnot tactics Wait
for It!
TRINIDAD CINEMAS
AM UNCLEAN
fwo Is dpbtished before Number
One
"t*p 'it now on attacks have
been bnsld purely on the general
lines of guerrilla warfare. It
bavi not wrt aeqjulred
the iiece*ary Vnowledge to launch
maior offW
Bolhevtk noaUni"
Itch Germs
Killed in 7 Minufes
far cement, organisation. slg-
tninlni, discipline
Ud .ii tliis point, comrade, w
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dte 21
The maiority of Pnrt-of-Spain
rlnemas have been refused II-
i operatt next year be-
cauae ol Inaanltarj nmditinns. Di
Roderick Marcano. Mediesl Office*-
of Health, declared that the re-
I ecause ol 'he "ihe
ernmenls of Malaya into i raallv nlatllj Inaanltarj conditions pre-
lice, civil administration, transport, vailing."
BiB< ki i Itch and t,ih-r
i itmvnu givB uiiir
(f-mpOfury r-ll.l i.-uu... ihev do rn-t kill
ilm germ eauw Th- new iiivi-rwy. niko-
dm kiiln ih<> germs m J mimr
Kuaranii"dlom><- .mi m>fi.el
..i In um- rrk. or Onv
iMrk en i PW piii-uig*. on
N ijfr.il f I .111 four i lle-ml-t
Nixodevtn
for aTatlal T.-onblt* troubk i'
Vigour Restored,
Glands Made Young
In 24 Hairs
n m no npt asafapaw ft""i
lOM of vigour nd nwnaooS. wMiMmn
SBdbodr. n-ivouin-M. Iinpura Mood. *lcl
i. akin. aaateasM, sad seei "ip. *"
u AjdmIcu Doctor ku dtoaytd
jukk. May w*y Bf "nd "" iroubla*
Tula ilintovary la IB ptoaMMt. aay'to-
tafc* labial form, ta akaahrlarr IsafwJaaa, ,
floai away lth gland opwallona and H .
brlnglDg w rouOi and vigour to (hoi, .
-.n.l. f( work, dirtily on (h- gland, sag
nrrvaa. and puM naw, nth blood and an-
' "--vn you i*n at<
rouogar Vu'
and full i'
wn. anti |>u\ n-", rwai
fr |n rout valita In It b"i
and (aai youra.lf King
ayaa apa/kla, yon Taal all'
youlhlul vigour and pow-t
lo'w "i!L.triI'mlad l-l ckan
varan I aa of wUaiarilon
Iginr and .-1y -nd lioi
Toungar, or ou maraly ra
packag" and gal your moa.
Vi-Taba .
wjislggM Wasibssd astd VHnikf
i nr moMT
. taal ra-
il io s r
rn ilia ar"W
_-,- iv> A ip-
>-nn- of l Vl-Taoa
mala imia, aiwl lha
guaianloa prul (
, On
children's
cuts, scratches
and abrasions
use
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INCREASES RESISTANCE .J kthtSS
ENSURES STRONG LIMBS
AND SOUND TEJTN IN L.ilL^.iCr
Haliborange
HALIBUT LIVER OIL
< b> um HimuRrs no., loaioa
Thit famou* actrSM. kmiwn all
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itBases and charm, n emu. < |
aKH.l ihe Runwn. "Ill a kuli
.f ssys, "and it ah i
l I Hk* good-lookjag ihini f
andihcRonMinUtnuriacanbc''' ^--lt_
Pcopkr is the limelight mart hava onli
Ibebni Saii.r.iil) iheychoCMca HonMir
Yes, mcMhers, your good healih and
thai of your children. If you are
i iiiim uoss snd your children
-ire not rohuir. perhjfis vou and
tiuiilv aard oiors AaD
So Mart taking Scoct's
Emulsion tveiy dav
s "i you will sec a won-
derful diff,
RONSON
WORLD'S CRIATIIT LIOHTIR
lerlul difTcrcnce in ihe /AjT '
/sy you and your thil JBUk
ireo look, set and feel' -^^n*
Scort.l-Wala-ifcoib.ouBfci // \\\l
-.-fc.p,.-..r0-..ll.o-. N tf(
ft.-o-KiUmor. Ido-olor,,, * s. J
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f High Ener
Your Backache
mey be due to sluggish Kidney Action
IS NOT to good when rou
trouricd widi
rbcumatic naiat. Miff, thing
muadct and loeit.. lumhaau or
in unoary diiordcn Jim to
ph kidney sction.
nv pm up with pain and dii-
n iort wh relief ty lakinn D. Kidney TiUi They umulaie and
ilennac ilug^i-L kulncj. and mi help ibem to nd
the rlood of etceti bnc si-t sad nher impunrjrs
| whivh ethcruitc might collect in ihe yatcm and
dkurov rXtar/a 1'iili bare helped ihouaanda {
I them help you.
HALF A CEKTURY of worm a* raniR*.
ailmnu du, . u*u^:" haavv action, it in*
SttW ritcrj of DtWi IHIlt. Grattful mm ami
tcomtn of all aftt vie ~ irii
dimrtut and unnarv arjuntmt u Umt fnimuw
a*d tmghbcv"
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Ca ZrCappy
ZVew ^ear
' Apprreullun ! all Ur friend* Jtul I ustonxrn
in aiding un to meel Ihe Problems of Ihe Year
drawing to a eJeee.
May Your llolldJ^^ h. ii||r,i u.m Hipping .lMd
may Uie Year to BSSsM hring vou in full nwjMtrr the
Natiifaction that mak<. life and ork worth while.
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New Ball Won Test
For Australians
M.CC Drr*
2-Day Gum.
Against Ouri-n-Luiil

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"A CLOSE CALL"
iKrom Our Own (tH-respondcnt)
RMaeti
lUh lota] kt
factor in I:
There wmii
itt calling on f.
a stage because
or one or two
may ha\<
C1IK..1
As it was, M
bowler with I
adopted nwi
lude In am*
oroor. With l
wall, ha could l

bowttac. the Mil' u.umen ta-
aulged in some lighlhearted hai-
ring practice against a Queensland
Country XI in a two-day mated
wxi r...... ^ _. "l Toowoomba which en.u
MLLBOl'KNK. Dm 17, Ira. Mapm I
d at 115 niM for 6 wickets was the deciding " ** '-^ 5??.
Australian narrow victory
the opportunity Is
half canturj la each h
Tin- M.CC loreed II
In m the miit
Tune on u .-.ere able
. thru score ..I 42H (M
ix in the nil.-
ftr> stumps were drawn, UV
Queen-land Count?) XI lost
toi sa iuii-
Compton
Ian at al the ! moon, roUow-
in; on jifu-i SuiipPMi ...
pard had opened with 168 in lui
minutes.
and Parkhouse made
!I4 tuna in 53 minutes and <'
these Compton contributed 92 be-
l.ire he threw away his wicket bl
rannlag yarda eul t u>w-bwie
Dtucryand missing. I N
tu sraia rnada In bound-
tluding two
f Bvani receiving rurthei tous
support irom Paffchbuaa
E paaatva moud, Bui ley. tried lo hit
W 'our otT Hourly i-vcr> ball
except hen he tried to hit a si::.
From 80 he leapt to 94
and two touts oft* medium-pate
----------------^..^_____ bowler Hunter, und was Uier.
, ___. __ _- caught id cover trying another
W.I. Will i\ai IHav ht* Wl- H,s M mad* < nun
rr#. rTggfiTVg sT-May utcs included one six and 18 four.
Warr showed a line tin: afpaOl
clement of ris*

a ball'.
i- game
r the new ball
-.all mm
l\irkhou*e hit
ver But Unu-
wn's an i :
un* hit on" him.
i
back dii

>ek
uugiit '
belligerent .ilti-
ir the batlin?
ituoi b
i Evan*-
' Aih in-
rtnee U*
k within reach

-Mad trc-
'ti.i'ii.
Parkhoua
trv timidly t i
n a man-
|ob loo*
Hut ra-
make

Ihis match
the garni
arly i
I IMiUMI
against every*
One helterskr
early state wo
mendoualy to
Instead De
Close went u
sneak run*- In
tier which n
practically im-
criminations a'
The one ou'
Australia'* cl
H8SZSE "Sy'-SBS D Cup Tennis
Ushmen have ice gone close to (-^i.
vlclorv. ThU Ume without Comp- "om '*" "w" <"-""'
ton. Our Austi -- have i'OllT-OF SPAIN. Trinidad
complacently. I think, chofen^the The West Indies have failed
when Queensland baited
Wright, after shaving the flumpa
at least four times, finally Ut
them to get rid of Philip.
,,_. Some accurate bowling by Eric
____I 12 playci for the third test to galn enu-y ^ tht ie5l DuVia Hollies backed up by Wright kept
Our batting i. proval Cup Tennbi competition lor the the Queensland batsmen on tin*
brittle beyon I recall In \.- '_" k,"T
CRIPPS GETTING BETTER
/,1'l'U I! Ho -~>
Sir Staflord Crtpps' condition
has improveii l.a.r. i.
today that "pleased Witt: Ins pn.gress'.1.
Sir Staffor.: who i-- suffering
from a tui : tl^r infection of
the spin* entered a clime hero
last month Kruler
NOW
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and it* 40 'oomy. lecline-lo-
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By providing (hit mot) mod-
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on this route, PAA it con-
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of the rapidly growing tourist
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Puerto Rico ond Trinidad
For full information ond
reiervotioni. consult your
rael ogent o
nafai, Secretary of the Bntish the second day and only a fighting
Caribbean lawn Tennis Associi- innings by T. Allen, who contrlb-
tion said In Port-of-Spain last uted 85. saved them from col-
night that entry was refused lapse
because the Caribbean Associa- Although in a position to en-
tton was not affiliated to the force the follow-on, Compton
In'.oruMtlonal Lawn Tennis Feder- acting as captain In pluce of
atioa. It WBa for .similar reaw.ni* Brown, decided that further bat
tho Wei Indies were not ting practice would be more proi-
artasltted as a nation in 1950 liable than a victory which would
Thia year- another effort was do nothing to raise the M.CC.
a MM after finalising the con- stock.
ltitU>KMi of the B.C.L.T A in The decision ws rather unfOT-
UilU.' Guiana. Application was tunate for Close wh.i repeated his
made to Auitralia. chamoir-, first Innings' failure ov again get-
Datton, and they forwarded it to ting out for a 'duck But Shep-
the Msulcnt of the International pard, Parkhouse. Evans. HaiU>
Lawn Tennis Federation in Pans god Wright all had breery kDodU
Reply came a few days ago It and the crowd went home well
>t.itad that the West Indies could satisfied Wltn tbe entertainment
not be admitted as the central provided.
body as the British Caribbean ________________
Lawn Tennis Association was
not yet afflliatcd to the Federa-
tion Mr Nothnagel said that
the Association has since made
application to the Federation for
affiliation
lennte Results
THE
tennis
To dau,. Barbados, Jamaica.
British Guiana. St. Vincent, and
British Honduras have a con-
trolling body. Trinidad is on the
verge of having one. AH these
., octaUOOl at* not affiliated to
the Caribbean body This has
been Ihe set-back facing the
West Indies, and until this
overcome affiliation to the F.eder- lleni,
lion may not be gained.
results of vi..tci.la>
the Yacht Club are*
Mixed Doublet,
Mr R. S. Bancroft and Mr
P. Mc G. Patterson beat Miss I
Lenngan and Mr G H Man-
ning 8. 61
To-day'.' Fixture*
Mi m.i Double* (Aeml-FinaU)
Mrs R, S Bancroft ami Mr
P Mc G Patlersen VI Ufa 0
and Mr E A Ben-
in.
2nd IH\. I'riekrft:
4 Outright
Victories
Scored
CAftLTQM, CaOtral, Regiment
and Empire scored Second Divi-
bob encke* vie* -rles >v-r Pick-
wick. Lodge. Leeward and Foun-
dation reapectlvely when their
matches ended on Saturn
lege got three points from Com-
brrmere College scored 105 and
24 for 1 and Conibermen 3^ Mid
14<
Central. Regim-
Carltaa m n aftei Pfcrlni
pug up .i *<*' ihoai ai ''"
innings
Caruen * -red 37 and 811 whil.
Plcatwiek aeorad IB and 80 In
PksLwtati'i laeODd tanlnm L
Foster scored Z1 and A M Mr
14 W QraaBi
.; Pickwick wicketa for 37 runs
i H ( v . for \2.
scored 95, and for two
.wickets 3. while Uxtue vred
148 and 30 C E Hindi, cap-
Lodaani second tonlaai
wickets for 10 runs and R D.
Austin I fr 12 run* In Central
second innings A Ni-hi Is scored
4 not out.
rad 2k and :
and Km pi re 121 and for 4 wickets
I S RuddM
I Kouiulation acood innings
icket.- for two runs.
Regiment .-cored 132 for 8 de-
clared Mnd J for 8 declared and
Leeward 40 and 131
Foilowttuj are uia details;
I'KKWKK %s CABLTON
Fkkwick 18 >nd Re
far I ton 37 end 88
PKfcwlck'l tad innings, L
Foster rs. a m. Mc Kengla 2i.
mis 11 For Carl ton W
Oraanidga look 3 for 37 and H.
I'ox 3 lot u
CENTRAL VS. I i HH .1
Central 93 and for t wkt* tl
Lodxe 148 -tnd 3*
C. E Hinds took 3 U-due 2nd
Innings wickets for 10 runs. R
U Austin 3 for 12 Central 2nd
Ini'int*.' A Nichols 48 not out.
C Shepherd 19 and R. D. AuMin
13 not out
FOUNDATION va. F.MPIKK
Foundatlan IB and lh
Kinpir.- Itl ind (sr 4 wkBi
deeld. 38
K Rudder look 7 Foundation
2nd innings wickets for 2 iun
KFCSIMFNT vs. I I I \\ \Ki>
I!.- un. in 132 for 8 deeld and
98 for I Becld.
Leeward 48 and 31
Regiment 2nd innings Phillips
18, Ishmael 16. Brathwajte 18,
Edwards 10. Leeward 2nd Innings
K Jordan 38. J Webster 23. J
Clarke took 6 for 29.
I OMRKKMKKK v% COI.I.Hil
lombermere 35 and 140
i !(.. 10.1 and for I ulrket 24
Flying Saucers
At Cricket
A FRIENDLY game of cricket
was played on Tuesday al Henley's
Cricket Grounds, between Flying
BaucBH Touring Team 8i Union
Globe C.C.. Flying Saucer's Tour-
ing Team won the toss and elected
to bat on a good wicket and scored
141 for 7 wickets; the chief scores
were Denny 58 retired; Hinds 22;
Norvillc 16
Results OfT.T.C
\ mus Meeting
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High PrioosOffend
For Horst't*
L0MD0M
Fabulous sums of dollars were
i I.timed to have been offered to
.he British Show Jumping tea-
Mr their horses ooa thorough-
bred and two half-breeds fol-
lowing their successful tour of
the United States and Canada.
nut- of the riders, Lt.-Colonel
Harr> Llewellyn, said he had one
offer of $28,000 for his thorough-
bred Foxhunter.
"Another would-be purchase!
said, "the sky is the limit for
vour horse." but I have no lnten
tlon n' selling." Llewellyn
declared
The youngest of ttie Hntii-h
team. 21-year-old Peter Hobeson.
am that he had been enrad
$11,940 for his mare Cravai A
She is half corthor>e and half
thoroughbred and was worth
about $112 five years ago. until
we found she could jump"
Farmer Wilfred White, who
owns eifht-year-old Ntzefela.
told the same story
"I originally bought him for
COUGHING!~
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COUGH MIXTURE
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THE FAMOUS
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WHISKY '
$324. the first t
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Before that he
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IN S.
Wife Of Dead Gunman
Freed Without Bail
NEW YORK. Dec 23.
Mrs, Carmen Torreaola. widow
of Grtscllo Torres.)!.!, Puerto
Rican gunman, killed in the at-
tempt on President Truman's life
un November 1, was freed without
iml yesterday.
She had been held for 50 day-
on a $50,000 bail, and then on
$2,000 as a suspected member of
a conspiracy against the President
United States Commissioner Ed-
ward MacDonald, released her ut
the end of a two-day hearing in
the Federal court on the charge
tnat ihe and thice oUMf Puerto
Kirns had been partial to UM
iisfcnssination plot.
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COW--,
he llh IHI SO plnU
lephone MlOT
21 I ISO Jn
MISCELLANEOUS
.11 >. i
niihr. iim'i
M II Mr- III
WW 11
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__ ||U to Bll an need*, available
|aw. Wa ruppty 14- PUle Olaaa f.n
law gear, and alao U large pane*
ha m H iii.h thick Dial 4JM O. T
bataMoii dc Co. Ltd. ISUM- -if
Ladies yiii.i.riii.ifi-.i Ahiiuh
"hil >ir*ima and colour, mrt npen-
iln I
T^S"
i -tllRlf 1
ii>ihh nawly
O. A Cla*ki
BABVS PRAM in good
i Apply to A A Biownp. Eagl'
Pharmacy Dil M
m
BI'-- Saw 7 h.p. National
t Oil Engine
h Baa-Man. .t Ralph
. Hardw-i
Ops Paji
I Januao
aa-iuat-*,atiwBh. (torn 'ith January ruily luiKitfeM. far BartWulara nm laal. B Um
SatATORD iinhin rrom 1. January, lor further particular* Phoir BaM J C Robert.. Government Hill M.1S.Mt (.
WINBLOWBlack Rock From > January. For further particulaM OU tam. D A Browne. Black Rath pf Itaf !!
PCBTLir \(ITI(IS
b*d
NOTICE
r ctaHaraa that ihwv w
ti Heliud*'. lhrrenbrr
January Jrd mcluarv*.
n.iia-n
M
NOTICE
PAJUaai or at jomn
VAcciNATihc. cnmitt vak
Nova PM-OTa Rratdarwr rif|| im
--tlo.-. F-Mr Raada. Aim.-
Ime PHU'i Oflk* Codnncio.. C.l-
leg* Mr -i L Barrow-* Rr.ideicr
Baaaiah Btraoi Si. Margareta Brhool.
Near Nccaatlr
R. S. f'KASEK
C.nk Conuniailo'iera ot Healih
it John
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOS
IN TMT AflUBTANT f'Ol'BT
Or- APPRAI
___ .Banllable JuHMKIMiiii
JCKmt QOSMN niATKMAN PI
JAMB BlJUaCTON nUATHWAITT.
IK punuanca ol an Order in thw Coul
Hi the above action made an the Jrd
Say of November ISJa. I dive nolle- t
all perwiL. hatlnd any eatate. rldhi
li.trre*! in or dfiy lien or MKumbra ire
itterlme all thai certain piece or p*rcrl
oi 1-nd nt late al Or Olll'a land kn tne
parleh of Saint John roiitalning b: id
naaauremenl on- ecie one rood an<'
foirtaan percha. bj,ltlr> and boundww
on landi of H. Wiixie ol C U Miller and
on land* of Clayton Olaarow on l-nd>
ul teUlaioi. fUnkiimi n land* ot pooi
Plantation and an a rldhl ol way ai
loarvrr el
bound to blind before ma an account
Utelr claima with lhatr wllnaaaM
u.Kiiiiiem and vouchers b< be riamliie.1
by mr on aty T ieeaaj. or Friday !-
twean the hour* ol IJ mooni and
oclock in the afternoon, at |h Off..
I the Clerk of the AaUatanl Court <><
Lppeal al the Court Houae. BeldayMw a.
afore lha elat day of Januarv INI. >
nii'i thai even idin. mat]- M .i..."
i.ordlnt Ml the njl.iap an pnjill)
raapctiiivaly. .>llMn-*>laa cl
ill l-e p. -i^d lr'ii tii"
nefll ol the aald Ilccra*. a. i M
deprived ol all claim o- or a(U.*t tin
piuprrty
.mianu are alar. na'lAed that m->
i -ii.-nd the >atd Court an ttrdnra
the Mat daw a' January l*ti. al
*.lo P my I
I thl. 1
I day ol
OFFICIAL SALE
P.AHBADOO
IN TBS AK-attTANT t OIII
or t.. \i
(Equitable JurladlctHMii
JHSKI1I (KWIJN 111 M'KMAN PlalnllB
MKS tUlF-KToN MKATHWAITF.
NOTICE l< hereby
i I an Ordar of Ihe
A-ipeal dated Ihe 2
IMO ihere will ba
tha hliticl bidder ,
Clark of Ihe Aa.i.ta
Uv* Court lloui
twee-
-Defei
liven that by virtue
Aauatant Court a1
1 day of NiiYembei
"i up lor aala -
I the OfHce of Of
il Court ol Appeal
. RrHJgelown. be
no
clock In the aflemoon on Friday O"
3nd day ol February 19ft-. all
ceiUin piece or parrel of and *'
Dr OIII'. iaivd Is Ihe parlari ol Salri
John conUinlnS >
NOTICE
during t_------ -----
OCV MASSEI Matter
MANNINfJ
tl IJ SOIn
NOTICE
Boldeu Mot..i
Ol 110 Roebuck Street. Wfl b
Xmaa Eva on a buainaaa vin
dad He v. ill be relurnlni
10 Ttlnl.
early li.
work M
MINI
i'i:iis>ti
The pubiw are hci.o :
lo mv l/e. E\'A-\nAIJN-
HUSBANDS .nee MKDTORD. aa I d..
Li hold mvaalf icapahaibw lor her u
let- ...
deMa tn n.v mil' unleel l> a >itn
order lined by ma
DARRT.1.1 m'SaaANn*.
Four Hill
l December
I Churcr
BrlACri.ET r
Probyn Street and ..
Bay Bu. Finder win ba
rawafwM on rrliirn*a e
Anthony Johnaon Tulllarl**
Vlllaga. St Jame. Tt I
i* aUM
I'aynen
..Hlat.l'.
Mr*
Pltti
W-4n
1'bhil
Advtf
NOTICE
Re ESTATE of
JOSEPH ALONZA I'Klllf.
... iood
NOTICE IS HBRH1IV GIVEN lli-
par >.' having any debt or claim
Or ."r. tnig Ihe Estate of Joaeph A
Pe.re aometlme* called Joaeph A
Pre. lai. of The "
I. ...
lha part-h pf Kami S(.-h..rl In
.4 who died in thl- l.i .1 on
lha 1
ran.iired to aand 9
parlicului
of i hen
ler.ignad
pa.
I. I U,
C o V,.rwor.d A Bowe. S
No. >4 .lamea Stroel. Bridfelown. on or
1.1, I- ihe lath da> of Februaav *<
i It. i winch date I ahull proceed to dll-
trlbule the a-eata of tha aald Batata
aii.m* the partiaa entitled thereto hav-
l-f retard to lha dabla and claim, only
Ol which I ahull then have had noUOe.
and that 1 aholl nol be liable tm _
o oicuibutad to any peraon ot whooa
ii i.i.
cUim
I the time of ouch dutrtbuUa
ill paraoiia indebted lo ihe aa
r. required to -ellle their a
'MI'I r" UU*aa>roaUi BRAMntT
Q.i.i!lfled Bweculnr of the Phtate I
REAL ESTATE
lfHS
N.
Kl 1HOS
A-F.8.. W.V.A.
I ..rm.11. Dlson 4 BlodOB
FOR SALE
DEANE
Pleaaant count., homo of akan.
with ahliieJc rn..f. 011l4.un.iB I
bedroom.. Hun* and dlnlnl
room., kitchen. arivanCa qu-rtara,
2 gaxgea and alororooma. '.
Irrtlle acre*, option further 2'j
acre* Often comMered
"CASABIANCA- Makwell'-
Cobm A beautiful oroparK
embodvina Ihe fined pre .war
i. appnik. I acre* with flower
ud legelablc farden*. pmductiv-
iirchard and OOCOaaPl aru\c-
-ire of walled rarden m' be
-old arparateli B< bulMlml .lie
"SUNSET HOUSE- Proapact.
M Jamn Bungalow with wld.*
ea-lronlage and oil U enrhorage. 1 bedroom.. Iminre
enarate dining rou
3 .ld>. paj .,
BOO
Eatate B
The |kn
DUNDO -Cave Kill
ainUined and pruduclive
ome 33 acrei k> J var>
nllon ? mile, from Cllv
r la worthy of rapeei.il
a poWf* gieai charm
Ita grneial rtntcture i- -..ell.- I
and there I* cpari'Hi. accommn.la-
KIAL ESTATE AGENT
ATJCTIONEES
H..INTATIONS ni:u.i)INI.
Phone 4640
SHIPPING NOTICES
ROYAL NETHERLAND
STEAMSHIP CO.
ailing fr
-Cotttca- u Pth II,.
Bonalie" ill, Ml. JJ(,..e.. 1B60
Baling f.nm Amaterd.m n
(toar IHh Hecember ino. m
lad" iat> .
ETd I>eeOmber, r*o
. loan. an.I
" l>lh December

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tlth. Decen
nc.., :. r
Januarv. 1
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Sailing t,
December. IBM.
limited piaaeniet .
available I.
r Mi-wtoN. son m
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MVJ M litnM it tm R
li.- ASSOCIATION. IfM.
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NBEBa OflaWntf
AND KIT. D SHKCrAKD
EapfoaootiM
aaladaraUaa Ufa AaieelotMa
F ARMBTHO*.0 LTD.
~ 'IASBADOB
Tel aa..
N wist:
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KI-DAVS NEWS FLASH
FIaJWKK l.XN .
lor DOORS
IOH!0 UAIDUlll
hvmts d.> wc pB MV.
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Canadian National Steamships
IADV NELBON
1 ADY RODNEY
1 ADY NELSON
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ALL GOOD Kj
WISHIS COS A
PROSPEBOUS NEW K
YEAR
: CARLTON BROWNE
r-.'Ar-mtummmiitwMS
Ringing in Our
New Styles!
FOR THE CHRISTMAS
SEASON
OR SHOES !
LADIES' SHOES I
CHILDREN'S SHOES!
|ss -srrc'iAi.isr l.
1 For further Information apply to -
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.Agenu
h------
SAGUENAY TERMINALS
m
i c
it bounding
,. Millar ur.d on lan
___ on landa of CoHi'ton r-ia'
i landa of Pool Plantation and
(hi of , bull or bound, and II nol Ihe
,e ...id propert- -ill be ai up U
i every aucceediiig Friday betwei
.me houia until too aama U aald
mi not lee* than *M.
Dated thii EJrd day of NoyoOTbe:
II Wllkle
i .-...-lo .
1'1,,,,1-llon
At. Clark of I
1. V
NOTICE
OFFICIAL
,,AKB,^T\ ABSUTTANT COURT
OT APVCAt.
< Equitable J mud let urn
MVBA IJtANORA Mrt'A"^1|n
MADALETIX CONBTAlCTPAWg^
IN purauance of an Order M UH
Court In the above action rnatl.
Mth day of October. It. Iff'
to all peraona havmg any emaa
-I Intc
rffocling all thai
of Saint Philip a
Mining by adm-
twonty perrhee
i piece
,. nolate
to. rlfjn
iJlTJ.'--.
ir pafoot
. KUtona in the paTHn
nd Ialai.d.aforeid ean-
mirenwnt three roode
be (ho aame. more
I and bounding o<>
bafore ma
claim, wit]
Z "and- now ur 1.U of J B
Ceopin daveaaed. iw landa now or
bdT&i M L McCarthy and on the
u..a.iu. n._d or however elae HWr
Autt anl t-iund. i" bttnd
.., aerou.t of their aald
thel. wltneaac... document*
____>, to bo enamlned bw "aa
in any Tuaaday. or Friday between the
inure erf II inoon' and J o'clock In Ihe
,ftrri..i..ii al Die Office of tha Clerk 01
heTAaaWlant Cm.n ol Appeal at tho
-ouft Houoo. BrldBOtown. before 'he
ltd day of January- Ml. in order tin
paOti claima may be ranked
Id lha nuture and priority I
ipedlvoly. otharwiaa
i>e pre. hided from tin
i.ovi:h.v>ie.\t wtrTBOts
HIS EXCELLENCY ilu- Govrrtior-in-Executive Committee has
ppoiritcd a committee with th following terms of refermce:
"To examine the conditions in the port area in regard to
the loading and landing of cargo, pilferage, the control of traffic.
wharves and warehouses, and to make recommendations for their
rcguU'lrn and improvement."
2. The CommittM Invites persons and organisation* interested
to give Information orally and in writing. All *uch persons and
organisations should communicBle with or send memoranda lo the
Secretary. Mr. F. J. Odlc of the Labour Department before lMh
January, 1951.
3. It would be of considerable benefit lo the committee if eight
copies of nil memoranda could be supplied.
4. The committee wishes to obtain as much information as pos-
sible and u is hoped that anyone who can give any relevunt int.it -
nation will not hesitate lo make It available to the committee.
22.12.501"
CANADIAN SKRVUKS
From Montreal. St. John, N'.B.. Halifax, N.S.
To Barbados, Trinidad, Demerara. B.C.
TOKEN IMPORTS PROM THE U.S.A.
Importers are hereby notilltd that the li^t of Httttl publiMiecl. [or
whirh audited statements are requested for imports from the U.S.A .
during the years 1946 to 1948. is amended as under
Delete:Machinery
Raw Materials.
Add Cigarettes. Minerals. Earth Pigment. Rayon Fabrics. Raynn
Drrssrs. Cotton Dresses, Cotton Shirts, Electric Fain
Radio Apparatus. Freerers & Paris, Electrical Household
Washing Machines. Manufactured Plastic Products. Office
Appliance- & parts. Industrial. Chemical Electric llous' -
Mold Refrigerators.
(Sgd.) F. A. BISHOP.
Comptroller of Supplies.
31st December. 1950 23.12.502n
TRADE MARK CAUTION
f I'. rtaMBV fllVaW tin
'>rciioril lli>ai' i'i v.i
>>wr< and oarl.Mivo 9' '"
ding
f re-
i will
ilao Wolar Pump
PERMANENT SEEDIJ5S
^Bord pWar. and needle, o
ao>..i.l. of all kind* too. A----------
3D LTD -tlUB-tl.-
beneflt
_ be deprived of all
Claim on or asaiiuri Ihe aald property
Clalmanla aro alao iwliBod that thoy
inuat attend the aald Court O"! Wednoa-
dor. U*a *Td day of January, w. *
10 oclock a m when their aald clalaM
will be ranked.
Given under my hand thl. Mlh day
ot October. ISSO
I V. OLLKEK.
A. tins Cltrk Of lha Aaalatanl
Court of Appeal
io S-sb
OINTMENT
MANZAN
RAND
9*fffflgB
UK. Gl I IHV^SUI.VMiVM
(French Line)
s.s QAJ Ulna t*. Trinidad < French QiiIbM on
I
ss c vsc<;ni. Sal ' HBvrf via
M.n tiiiHioe .....I 0UaHtol0U|M on .lanuar.v
3rd. 1951.
Sailing to Trinidad, La Quail I, I
Cartagena and Jamaica on Januai i i ftp:
SS. "COLOMIIIK
SS 'COI.OMI1IK
19
Salting to PlyBtouth and La
Martii.....m and Ouaoaloupe
ttth, 1950.
All ship i and Ma
(1ASCOGNI I
Havre via
in January
COI OMBII
lurthei
i
. t..
R M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents.
I Seedling.
JOHN
IM III.H SALES
REAL ESTATE
Srfig
leltora, Jan,e-
Sfreel
OFHCIAL SALE
tAHBADOS __..,
TO THE ASSISTANT COURT
OP APPEAL
Ea.iltotilo JuMtdicttooi
MVRA I*ONOHA MCCARTHV
1'taaniifT
MADAlJtNE CONSTANCE: DANfEl.
Itetcliduit
40TICI la hereby gl>i
BM
l.tanl Co
I public
BEASi.ir HOUBS- CALAIS" altuata
roar Dover. Chrlat Church, itandlns SS
Mrokirnataly > rooda. I paroh ol land
The dw*nlrurri living room, panlry. kitchen, bedroom
-id blthroom downatalra. lour bed'
'oo-pi ard tollel upetalra Electric light
d running water thr"ughoul C.a'-ge
r property will be 0*1 up for
competition al aw Office
ei frtdav JSth neoembrr
ItM at 1 p.m. Inepecuon on application
lo the tenant Mr. X. 8 Burrowea. be-
tufen the houri of a m and II noon
YBARWOOD A BOYCE.
_________aaugaeif.
THE underalfned will aet up lor -ale
M rJaStT office. No. II High Street
Ilrktgetnwii. mt Thuradav. th* Stth da>
erf December. ISSO. al 1 p m lha
Dwell Inghouae called "-Jholdan" and
IM local thereto contaanlna; ou aquara
feet, ailuate al Shot HaU Land. Upper
par Street. St. Michael.
Inrp-ctlon on application to Ml Eat-
wick it "Laurmora'. Upper Boy BUoak
Eor further PortlcuJira and Condi-
ltor. of ^^y^ctATro(lI(fcc.
Xoal dated Ihe Mth day Of OclnbOT.
. there will be -m up ' ',.'
lbs hid*eet btdd-r ..t th. OaBco >* U-
Clerk ..I Ihe AaUtant Court of Appeal
,it (he Court Hcuac. Uridgia-iwn. betwoon
the hour, of II .noon. M.d looWk
In Ihe afternoon on mdar the RfUl <
day of JaiMiary. 1S9I. au that certain
piece or parcel of land .ituale al Kirtona
ratio* parWh ol Saint Philip and lalond
iloreaald conlalnlng by ad
three mod- twenty perchc.
more or leaa butting and bounding! on
landa now or late of C laimer. on landi
now or late ol J R Cnppn. decaaaat
OO ItRda new or late of M I. McCarthy
.nd on Ihe Pub:ic Road or however alao
ha aame m.v butt and bound, and If not
than aold tho aald property will bo aet
up for aala on every aueceoding r-rtday
between the aame hour, until the earn'
aold for a aim not leaa than (IBM*
Dated Hue Stth day of October. ISM
I. V On-KEK.
Acllng[ Ctrrk of the Autrtanl
Court of Appeei I
M Ifl.M-An
i.ik -*i.i 1.1 \-i "k
PtOrfRRK. Upper Clhir
that rtclrable family re.lden
or n,0SO aquare feet of lan.
,*rlect order H
running waler. all modern oa
KIM
are Roc*,
: m mi
Houae ir
. with
naineri
MSfladal
Si Juhn
DE WITT'S
...a:-.,,-, in cinnemon w|Ul the M
ihe al.i.c namod toropany in Mlllno the .aia "-!- that Ihe -aid Tia
hZe boon ..gi.tcredm n.c ......I-. U T.l. M..H. Of- .....h
Afi iu .Imperial, and on H I < i '
Eatelgn Slatri and Mull SRI nifringemoril liaudulrnt ln.ltatii>n nr lu.praii
r aa>d Trade Mara. .... any t Ihe.... ... VlOSStlOB M the nd
Jpreiuuned Company in (eepocl Iheredf oilhin Barbado. will be Sea t w
the Mri.hawdmr Marru. Art Tfco to MBM I rroud lie
m*f i .....t--- " !te.wiee ,. the law dlfOcl.
" I Itlh da-. <
BROWNE'S NAUTICAL ALMANAC
FOR 1951
ni.,.is a 1.-----"/ :i:hh
ALSO THE LATEST IIESIIINS IN
PUMPS and SANDALS
ulUble Swimnii.ii: Hint!. 4. Wrtrr Wini;..
Fully fushioitMl Hosiery arwl ,\ i'i...
Polishes and Clcanrr..
THE BRITISH IIATA SHOE COMPAW
WILLIAM FOGARTV LTD.
INC. IN B. C
We
art note receiving a
Shipment of
PRESTCOLD 4.4
REFRIGERATORS
Will those Customers
could not olnain theirs
our
last shipment
PLEASE CALL IN
BOOK NOW
who
from
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TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Ouf tong-Eitabtished
reputation for ....
QUALITY AND

the yej
% .Vlf
THANKS TO ONE AND ALL
for >our -iilmtliil auppurl ilium,
wi: wish voi:
a Happy ('hrlatnias and a Prtriperou" New Year
THE CENTRAL EMMHUUVM
i l Mi: M rOVNDar LTD Propreunl
Corner ol Bro-J A. Tudor Street*
>^Si5^^^Myit!*V!^*toV
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HELP
WANTED IMMEniATEI-V Cnmpel-
rnl 8tancafrap*r prefer .ibly with e-
perlenee In Com m !.. Aawney buetnaaa.
Apply In poroon Room SOi PUntaUon*
ltd Ft.Hiding bei-een and II am.
tm.ii.ia aa
MISCM.I.ANKOUS
rATINO OITIdT
Mlnlater Houae. Manna
like paying SuooL
Charmlrg h.m.e and garden MJW
reaklaat and lea. II.SO other meoa.
when required Telephono m
it Ilaotn
SEWTNO MACHINE Sanger hand
nudrl pref.rred No matter age but
rouat be in avl .ondlllun Phone eSSO
Ufore 1130 am f 119S~3n
Baylor's Special J&lended !Rum
(With Thr Dinlinetitv flnrniirf
wanoK vov all
Z71 'Very diappy fHetD tycor.
.'-. .'. :ipprouch lha el......:
another year we look back
with gratitude to the support
Deration of those we
have had tha plaaaura "i
arvli ll oughout the yeai
ind laaa tins opportunity "i
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i. ad
llevl i.lir. for
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NEW CUSTOM
among MEN who
enjoy the leel ol
FABRIC
EXPERT CUTTING
PRECISION OF
1 DOWIHM. ESTATES ANII TRADING
COMPANY LIMITED.
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TAO.E TEN
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
THURSDAY, DECEMBER tt, 1M
BosmiII Beats
Al Browne
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n. Htili-r
4 yrtlin* flgt
I <.' u.rctiu<1 Boxiiik [.v
e w.-iirhinjt m ;! 133 Bm
lb* well.
Toward* the end <>i the ninth
B**\i .'II
Stint and n thre>e <*her
t.-ronon^ Bc|] im xtt' i!asm
round wa* thriller as
OWd .home" themselvi
iwflrv, Wh l*" lMMn m#l1 *?od ll
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fls! : fans broke into deiis!"
K'K raised RiK""'!1 hanri In tfli
UnVuli 'in
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rrM-flv invader! -i>. i
ivArmed Into ihe iina
In ih.' preltmlnai '
GariVwa) *ai awarded |
In th* fast und ol
run*: riui I
II ,i.nli:lf<1 for not Irving
Queen's Horsr \\ in*
Sl*'*'|>l' Chase
i.omk)N. Dm -<;
W iH't III
'ranis' cihisrr Matucou wio il
Ihjrti s1i.jii>b' race attain.'I hiki.-
.: Kompton P;n>
i..i "11 ba> id
his fin* ^loson of jumpin.
afoivJ 1 three mile Km* tJeom.- vi Hand).
cap SHvit F.i!'.r .met Colored
Schoa Flu. t-itli veteran Grand
jwlonal i : -H- ilnu>h"'1 sccooc
nd Irord i The vie-
tary vw worth Hboul 2.000.
Mann-mi aired bj I i I Po I 0U<
4 Mjlae P*'d to I Monavi'cn
prevouFl> the N<> i Kimpei It
the Owen's "tables fell and ruK
In be- ahjOl .mi in,
weeks aao.
Today the holiday race crowd]
i-hfered Itself r> arse, and lhi*'
their hat* m toe an when ll
Queen's horse won A few min-
ute* afie< the tflcfc i I
wa* down in The paddock to
hands with HKke> li \1
and |p all all "'
WINT SETS NEW RECORO
CHHISTCHCItl H New, / i
.....
Arthur Wtnt J.....ales'* Olynvu
Champion won tit 100
final to-day in tin Canti
Centennial Game- He
18 seconds ahemi "I Ami
lean Mai Whittiel.l and i
of 46.9 see- eras belfaflVad to be
the fastest recorded in Austral"
or New Zcnlnnri fnr the dastanc'
The 100 >;irts hnal was wo.
by w Donruch> f Australia
9.7 sec- A H Kraix. I' S
second ami E Mi-Don^M Ballr*
of Brit.Mii wan third
Mi*- afarlork Jackson of Aus-
tralia, Empire (James Champm'
won the 75 yards In 8,3 sees 11
beat the New Zealand record >
l/o of a second.
Renl'i
I \lll SI llll
QUEENSLAND WINS
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M fMBM this seawJ
Si .th Aus-
I
K J*rk H6 gave
ipening stand of 111 nut the si.1*
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mail NOTirr.
Ill Of .lo.
,WA'///V>'''-'
ANNUAL DAM I
US'TRAI. CRICKCT C'Ll'B
will take plare e>i
SATl'KDAV. DECK 30th
i ^ Mil ill I
Musk l>> HopP) Jordj
and in- Orrheatr*
IlikeU ubUinabU from
Mrmber- *nd Iheir Friend
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H\T \ S;H1Slli
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E|U l!l"l I X I
lOMADE M your HAIR dr.ss-
ing. It itralgniena mo nair. aim
ma the calp of dandruff USfc
KAZOL Pomade as dire.te.1. ami
sou get startling rculu. without
L|i>tresJrtng your pocket
l>Mnbalra
Till. BOIINN BAY BUM CO
^5i^iiiA^;ii}\stJ5^so\ji^5'/5is^!;
BIOBT ldoNTTIB 0IJ> MAROA la -npportel by i
f.mon- ^wlUl^lIl1a motlnT N.-l V.i, Vlin Dm.li h.nnpioii ii.uodn<^
Ti*- in Hi. antat Bel Intend) -winiming this '<>ain. >
Outsiders Win At
Trinidad Races
fKntm **nr l>n Correapontleiitl
POUT ok SPAIN Tut kiay,
Tin- T.T.C Chriatmai mi el
Ihc moan inlNrabli WMthoi imagiiuiold Throughoul ihu
day, ootsldtfi won the iDsjorlty <>i '!" raca lthough in
M two cuts thff favnurito came home as in ih' Derby
the C cUm FcniandM Trophy ovta .i mile.
'',.. raauJI | ,...j how -
f'r the i ind hi i vai detract from ihc fine victoi
'- la x na ihebeal mller thai the champwi
bared, one la* f re O.T.C. hu prod
that the Jamaicans mi battct I nil makai the Bm iiarbadi.
mud than thoat .....rei u- win .. Governor1
doe and Ti In dad
On ,i .. .
i^hi have arm vhsjthei
LADY SPRINTERS
POKT-OF-SPA1N. Dec i\
After strong ciitieism* ancui-
ine in the Press the AmuU-ui
Athlete ABSOCiatiun m Tim
ham ucd iiivitations to Eileen
KlnjT, Pearl Ooodlng and Julia
Charles, the island's top women
aprtnter>. lo get ready for the
trials lo be held prior lo the selc*-.
tion of the Trinidad team for the
Pan American Games at Buei.*
Aites early next year
Standard Canast
., M. HARftl&ON-CltAY
IT la nornaalir cuinldcira
Ma piny U> tj"ia wiTliimi
Caains tlir dLvaid pllr wlin
fou are In the fliai -laar ol
unMrabllltTle. wlirn jour
owe 1% ftrlwern O-lMO
It rou do so. fixi <
rwiuciiia il..- number of ca'-
in fOarnaiMJ. ami will iharriu
Uaik>rrr IM iiiuibIIvc lo your
QOOWieiil* riiry will be abi>
(fi Tt*rnr llic pack, tr Oi*r SO
daMra. with ihe inailiPoiattiM'
oad> in lair favour- for earn
Of thrni il! hava his lull
uota or 11 .aid-
A" aia-ays in tht* laeetnaunt
howavrr. Utara aro
K. If, is S. S. ft. ft. ileaat
"fht I- a ?er Bood band
feUt OBJI foe |otiif .>!i'. i,ui.
It doe> not rniiiam a -.uOi
oirnt varlftv of pairs lo
ararrmtit sou trylna: U> oon-
tuiir 'in- hov uoili a larg*
pack tuH> br*n collrcud
You -lumid at one* main
I, . s. ft. Jakar, Thin la
arnal w your parinai mat
rod ar aiim-i itmaj '-
OOl If ha haa any PI
__If hr dbla l_ .
and yoo
.* mad'
potnt wa
mark, winnei ol
bj Merrymarl
..ut of Goo ly-1 l undei
| |
Watson prefen th soft foirui
i
atyle thai ll amild have takan
to give
him ii m a
Unfortunately nelthci Watei -
cress nor BowbeUa ran true t<
form und tins lafl Pootmark with
an aass bul hollow yictorj i'
reminded ma of liaan'a
lha Trial Stakes in 1918
Footmark was not brad b) hi
..wner but Mr Watson OWM hi
ftln Meromark as well as ten
broodmares and revealed lon'^'i*
ih.it in future he will bread in
Jajnaloa and race In Ti nldad
because he wa* vei. pleaaad
with the genan i
and thought th-
pubtk \'
;!
victor} m .. tank i ! Ii
as murh .- FOOtmarl
return lo Jamaica I i to seeing ins future careei In the
South Caribbean. I th nk he will
make .i c<""i one from mx fur-
longs to a mile .md latin p -iii
nine fui kun:
The other claask of the meeting
went to Ja all .ii"> when the
Jester ll tnothei Uerrymark
- iwu with
era1 Btato He I
owned In J U
flrai majo. successful purehsuM
Of his ownei Mi S W III.Hike.
who has already boufhl few
'
in the ca m of 1 an.....
ever, It would lie unwl -
how good he i u the start wa-
,i bad on.- w/ruch ha got the bm
of. and moat of tin
olds out here were of! colour
Koai notal le ol
eat V .....
a clam afb
half furloni Croai Roads
Cup, and it ajao inada it the la^tl
ii ajoi ovanl In the South Carib i
i>oon to ! won by lha Prefen
of or'" rew horaai could navei
fought ii ore
1 the Bniah and In ihat with
tank O'Ncil who rode Atomic 11
ftei the race, ht leld me thdt
ha thought thai the lug Imrsr was
still recline his leg ,i bll and th. \
explained why he was lieaniu
-lightly on ElizalH'lhan
Holder on Elu.ii.ein,in told me
in- did not think this interfere*.
with lha n.....i*i ehaneea of win-
ning it w.u. In tad the bast firdsri
(Of the ei.tne day.
What's on Today
S S lijNcusnr arrives from
In. I md .....i .ini
l'. m l,,.|... Advocate % Photo
Exhibition at ii.nh.ul...
Museum
Mrrllm SI 1 'hunus Vealr>
1 00 p m
Sale of "Sheldon.' t'ppcr
Bay Street. Mrsars t'ottlr
t alford A, Co '! 00 p m
Policr Hand Concert at the
Leper Aaylum 400 pm
liarryl P. Zanuck's "No
Way Out" al Empire
Theatre. H 30 pm
Tlouse o( Hi iii.i. and
Mummy s (ihoat" at
Olobe Theatre. 8 30 p m
Samuel tioadwyn'a "Our
Ver> Own' al Bridie-
town Plssa. H 10 p m
STOCK-TAKING j
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m
f
We wish to inloim ou:H
Customeia and the qon-B
leral public thai out rVntvH
JDept. will be closed for j|
STOCK-TAKING |
tbom 27th -30th Decent-jB
ber inclusive, all other H
m
yssj Dopartmenls wilt be openaj*
(Has usual. '^
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Moon (Laii Qaarlar] Jan-
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Lmitmr: Ii 00 p m
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VfcSTEKDAY:
Kalnfall (Codrlngtoii) NU
Total for Month to Vester-
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Temperature iMax tl.it V
l.iiilierjliire iMiin ; LS
Wind Urn-...... (9 am)
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Wind faaVacMr, II mil.- per
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Friday
ll.i. inb.i 2
IN.SU
Bmrbains
lliurxate
A torn Bom b Won Id
Split East West
Says Archbishop Of York
NEW YORK, Dec 29
JJR CYRIL v5ARB2TT, Archbishop of York,
second ranking Anglican leader, said to day
that the use of the atomic bomb in Korea "would
never be forgotten or forgiven and would result in
an irreparable breach between East and West '
He wrote In a pastoral letter: "Use of the atomL
bomb could only be justified as a final attempt to
save Western civilisation from catastrophic ruin
by unprovoked agpression ''
- DrclHNnR
< OMIMI II I V III II > r
Rritain Ma\ Soon
Name Ambassador
TO SPAIN
LONDON, Dei 2h
Britain no askc Spi
-igreemen: lo the appointment ol
a new Amfaaasad .r t.* Madrn'
usually well inlo.me.1 quarter* ii
London believed 10-dav
whether Spain's
'B" i i had -> ougnt, me
foreign Office spokcimi:.n rc-
1>IH',I II ,,,,
Dtnmcnl
Id tod :i,.,i n . r ewi at the *j>-
polotincnl of a British Ambmm-
lithin a lew day-*.
>.
,
\ bassador lo Argentina
Sii Victor Mnile: wh withdrawn .,
accordance with ihe Unite.1
Natrons nwofaltton rorbiddnm
member Governu i
sented by n Spanish A'
in Madrid had be. m b>
Charge d'AITair-- R'utT
PoHoe Drvdge River
For Coronation
Sloile
LONDON ii M
Police
ihe River Crouch in K.vaex to-day
In their hunt for the Coronation
Bk..... Itolen from We
Abbey on Chrlatmai Daj
During the night iwlice
patrolli L f
nki foil* n og
one call that .1
"heavj bui -rn trarov
LWrS-tl fri.
A nibs) ..iH thi
bundle had been durn|Mtl into
the river.
Police suspect it IVM ihe 1.100
year-old stnnr
. utsJMM
[cure a rockI undeiYtentMna wH
I "in.1 Dr iJnrbeit WfOtt T
very thought of the po*siblllt>
it war with this patient long
uOtrtaf, people is hateful
"The use of the atomic bom,>
against their cities, would out-
rage Ihe conscience of our
nation"
11,- 1..lied for .mother attemp'
at the earliest possible moment
nd at the highest level", to reach
agreement with IllWlto lUiuul
' are could be no peace in
the world "
Referring to Cotnmuniim. he
wrote, "in many European coun-
tries, a widespread mood of dts-
pairing fatalism is destroying th.
will to resist.
"Unless there is a dcr.
viction that Marxian Communism
h to evil that it must be resisted
at all coats, the atmosphere of
:'ustr.ition will spread."
lirlton-. were prepared
there was the grim
probability that they might share
<>f Eastern Germany.
Poland and Czechoslovakia
"The Church must oppose
vigorously, this materialistic form
of Communism," he wrote
Reuter
Two Chinese
Prepare For BaWe
On 38th Parallel
Brazil Communists
Plan Action Jan. 3
RIO DE JANBIRO, t>
[1 lg mi .1 ill.,; Conu
BrUm ..-..
tat ion throughout the country fol-
lowing iroublc which broke out
hut week when more thnn I .<)(>
were arrested.
n Communist Leader
Lola Preatssj said thai ftrtkte,
political '.eelngs. distribution ol
Ubvai ind posting
propaganda bills were Oeing plan.
ned for January 3
police ho*'
said to be taking necessary step'
lo prevent Communist action.
Reuter.
U.S. Tells Italy to Go
Ahead With Plans
WASHINGTON. DM J8
The United States i, report, 1
to have told Ihe Italian Oovtn
mem to "go ahead" immediately
wifh plans for manufirturlnr.
arms worth about S400.000.000.
next year.
An official said thai the Stall-
Department had assured Italy
informally, that financial aid
would be forthcoming in the
European rearmament programme
to help ihem.
The amount of dollar aid,
was emphasised, would depend
Ihe Italians own production
effort.
The Italian plan called for the
turning out of rilles. mortal
machine nuns, transport vehicle
cargo lorries and large quantities.
of ammunition, it wi| reported
Renter
Audience In Panic
HAIFA. Dec. 28
A first night theatre audience
listening lo the forsicnn-born
singer Tlno Rossi panicked to-
night as a tear gal lw>mh was
thrown among them
They were made to leave the
kgJJ
Baton Ufg performaneo bega
a Cornmisfl - putsida the
theatre raid: Boycott T
He collibbnrted with the Nazis.'
UM micio-
tha people wal
Into the Arnion theatre and said:
"You know I have ilwsjy bow
with yotT Thsg ehtffM
Ha il lo i:ive a seriw of per-
formance?, it. Israel and then ji
to Franco to make two Bin
ReUler.
Egypt Prejxtring
for Next War
CAIRO.
Fearing thai the Middle Ba
kvill heeome one of ihe battlefields
in now world war. Egypt .
making elaborate civil defend
preparations.
Experience gained in the aacoin
world war is to be used In fetuin
.11' protection against both old !*
new rjBOthods M Vlfiiri Egyptian
inissKins in the United States
ire studying the late-'
methods of civil defence lneJudii.|
protect i . against the atom bom''
A Civil iiefetice department is
being created with the approval
of the Council of Ministers
<* r
MOTOR OAI I i
Orswiasu stead OhfM
Motor Car
Burnt Out
' I
Wlsgln
wood-worii m
Cpl Hurd
Cioodmi.n. Ofj net
ex!ingui.-hed ihe I
'
rilde of ti > Mlad with
.1
dragged i
wide open
Fish Price Control
Likely In I .A.
I.DM
I
creating iu
that ihe i

ti...
It was learned on Thurvin>
.

when mi,'
Rao
and in ma

I P
Britain \\ ill Scrap
Old Kail Motors
tea 28.
Briton*
n
MN liHiniie loco-
motives dai '
pussengei 1912 wllh
shutoff ooraparl i which must
ba entered
ridor.
Under
inj iiii.i ...-.
frj nil
i
i
.
of ultraraodei i curs
But tin
gotten. Etellroad ofAglaUi expeel

i
engine
\ ml
Then
. i old faithfuls .
histle ot
team iv.
Canadian Troops
Will Return home
"I TAW \
345 man an- .
will rtturn home probably tnthin .. monlh
n Press news
n.v D Inner ilmm thai 10.000 of It! dpi
should go lo K..I..1.
II rlramhr uay lr Hie f..i. I mhno
ihe agency added
I TOKYO, Dec. 28.
\ J-i I rnCD (,ENERAL MAC-ARTHUR'S Intel\iKctite Staff
''"' estimated today tnat the Chinese could throw
1.10,000 men against the Eighth Army, cov.-nn
the South Korean capital of Seoul, between New
Year's Day and January 10.
Limited attacks in lesRer strength could be launched
"at any time", the Intelligence officers added. The
Chinese could reinforce this strength in the west
by between 100.000 and 150.000 troops released by
the United NatioiiR evacuation of the northeast
coast.
OM ..... Ul
that < ami:
i hi i
0 A DarbfMUafi poom had
.:. n.. i I 11 :>:\
lit- dr. I licthan
nnlnsj the Oov i
a, i
Kli/a-
ITtd to have the
racl in hsnd big sliong
lavj and (oiKod
ahead to pagi Ihg winning
EUtabeti id im-
IshlDfl acond In his dream
| l
iiut he did rcmeml>ei

ravai kahl) iiuulUng Ins
Trinidad ratebook the foi-
lov nut morning, ha
I -\tnmir
lid ba WtMriBf a red
B0 with no uel.i
pinning his faith in nil
hi i>t 82 no Mnl t.'
... ii . gW ill th
t Atonic H Eliza-
To-day his dream
i i hg Ii richer bj

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Ani.v
"oi- e ol .ikc Mi'
;
IgO Itrutri j |Cr
I .S. To Listen
To IN'ipino
N i

' nod Nl
Unit* ;
. i
t hni for NCtllcnient ol all Fai
' I
at t
kttooj ua tin- t'iii\
i Korei
ii .. iu.iit.li> gnoefcoul
inea the Chlm
nunlMj sent their hOCOV Ul
.
lUon of the i"
.......gjni the US
rmaaoi thai it
. nosa
|l oppoaltlon
r.'Si" .
.
imiid brli
i
mpllod owes
.. rori Lha > :
,.i. (wo week igo 320 Old People Lunch
With Italian President
ROME, lh-< M
President Einaudl of Italy an
his wife to-day gave a lunch I
320 old [>eopie In tha ramptuoi
banqueting hall of the Quiri...i
Palace
Chosen from the
Ron*, they arrived I .
it e red ihe pfi
v the main gate anil
mounted the staircase 0
to be received by Oil I
and Smnoia Einaudi.
nrulrr
EVA CHANGES
HER MIND
(>t rniaii Bishop Cftlls
For l_ ifil\ Talks
:
Ilisho)
000 too Qerman Pro
I ban !o-rught that h.
i ti lalfci with

ould open
ita home in Berlin fnr
two pre-
itto Grotewohl from Ea '
Konrad Adenauer ti
i it would iifii i

-Ml make i
it any time for this purpose and
rjuraia all effnrts to gain
whli u is so tervantlj
.I. irsjd t>| all of ua,"
BL'I.
n P
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tic to pul


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tyling the car, lg a lot

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EARTHQUAKE
ST. KITTS
IN
In- 0*n Crirr. r>
ST. KITTS. Dec. 2B,
.re severe eaitiiquak*-
1, 2 P.M. yesterday !>
No damaRv
lad ba st Kitti but uteri
tciKirts from Nevis thai
Idlngi hu\c been dam-
mi
ntl "f Chwrlettown Icf*
v|..nt in ! oper
Into
Reds Denounce
UA Foreign Poiic}
itiv yoMX

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K>alr,
ISritish Warships
Visit UA llase
HAVANA, i* M
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on .ho..i,.i. h
superb
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Hakiw] lag
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murderln Kmti
38,323 U.S.
Casualties
\\ UMNO ion ii.-. t.
.\niii>uii-.il I mini State
j-.ii.In,.. In tbr korrj war
imc to 3*.M\ b> mid tiUlii
Itrremhrr II .hi itirrr..r ol
IJM "mi Hte i>rni..ii-
rrk Ol UtfSM . 1 I tft
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I'lir l, i-ni i Ii. ii.itlmrnl
reteaalag Um Bgoraa ! iaj
aii Utal UMj rarati lantedl
BJJU] UM imllln .Ii.iiix xnl Ii
IK* I l>l kill 1' <-11 t a I
Froiirli Evaouale
llinlili. ii Oulposl
SAIGON
l/nhi
i


.. .

i
he Tonhll
thi B rthlleu
i in nlning up with ..
llel ei ... |p then,
1 harp and
hghl with \

ni
n......
i
iiM- . . with great!*
Mtti n morning
i probable
.

.....
believe that
Kun
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ee
fronl
11
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The ill)
48 U.N. PLANES SHOT
DOWN REDS CLAIM
LONDON Dai
K .laiim-d
-
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ft,
11. .... lotad ir i
id thi People' |
i ompteti \j
14 an an
i ...
Allied held m ii
K ruler.


he ]

ratullg


Ui .
town ..f Kunin..

.......iy Th-
AST Fore,
.
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hulldlngi
.' N l damaged
:
....
i

i
*j ..ii parr :
TOLL THIt Anvot\Ti
Tiir nfwh
lllne Hill Dar or Mrht
*- tTik adyoc ate
pavh for. nevyh
Where Man may not
1 Venture Alone
BOY KILLED BY TYRE

1

provlnci

i
r. ..'.
CRITICISM FORBIDDEN
TOUltHTS frorr the "Osseogns" thopptng at
of ttie City -tora yMtardsy
PIUOUC. Dm 2V\
* ,...'.
my have

. . inalter<". the
Okraiu f.islH
'
-ued to
In the army say



-Itiiers orders, u'

ii f commanders"
ti. ... Ubtm Hte

ihe army full freedom I)
party ;> ti
' r.echoslovak army i
IN CZECH ARM)
hatea n
The ntfgulalM
I ...
of irmv




bin strength" to ei

and to st'.


violating


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Commui
The raculatloni g.v.- avory
trmy th>?
fa :(.-
rtori wtti
y olhe*


Oteaaa Laia

I
political wort In lb<
army. Ki-ntrr
Men eUmb
Iain* in tin- company
of other* anil with *-
pericnrcil piml.- . linke.l lowether au that eavob
indiviilnal i- |rolrrl*<| by the skill, atreogth anal
ex|nri>'i. of ihe j;ri>iip.
To ptottWl tl"' liiumciiil future of In- loved ones,
ilw bmil) in..ii ncr.l- K^frttuards nut unlike thoaa
ol tli<- iiioMMt.'incrr.
firtt He mn-l join tlic llirifty, m-II reliant peoble
tyba own Liia buargtsVte,
Second- ,<- $ polii v nolder he will he linked with
llmii-.iiiil- gyhofsj t oinhitied it ml % Jind -trciii-tli
guariiiit'-f -('in ii\ f.M i he il.-jH mleiiU of one and all.
Third thi' rfixpftricasccd (tuidain-i- of .i Ufa hi-ur-
anre ic|r.--' Mt.ilivc Mill diCfJOt liiin alotHJ the best
route to hii objective.
THE MANIIFACTUBERS LIFE
INSURANCE COMPAiNl
HtAO OFFICE
,'ii(ab;.jn*d 1887,
TORONTO. CANADA
V.W (*.- IT lllh tllNl P O SMK 1M


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