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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30 1MI ON and Mrs Mnoi. A. cuke mn Manners For Women •monj; the u*Neiigci? leaving for B G. ycsierdav i>; B W I A. lo spend week's holiday with their two o Irw in B. G TK %  '"'Next Exhibition T^Ha. Barbados Museums next X exhibition will be in txiubilion of pan.tings by Rober MrLemi The exhibition begiit" Jamtary 5 Sitter DAI I VWLKINS t>ter *. %  ..,. IT arrived mm Has U B %  ** terday via Trinidad bv B.W I A to spend a holiday in B..ib,ut<>* Short Visit D R PHILIP BARKOW who was in Barbados for eleven days returned to B G. yestcrtlav afternoon by B.W I A After Eleven Years M RS. AGNES BURY and hoi niece MM* Molly Hunter left for B G. yesterday by B.W.I A. Mis* Hunter has been spending a holiday with Mr*. Bury. Mrs. Bury hasn't visited BG lor about ricven years She plans to live i here With Barclays Bank M R F.MII.K KING, son of Miand Mr* Hugh King returi.ed to B G yesterday afternoon by IIW 1 A altar spending the Chri.tma* holidays with his |tarent*. %  infli with Barclays Bank i Geonratown Barbadian Medico In U.S. D R FRED BOYCE. who owns Slnrges Plantation in St Thomas left yesterday afternoon for Trinidad by B.W I.A en roulto the U.S. Dr. Boyee a Barbadian who hai Man living in the tJ.S. for about thirty years, is a professor at i!-e "Tulano" Medical School in N>'w Orleans, where he teaches Surgery, besides being Visiting Surgeon to several other hospitals. Dr. Boyce went to Harvard and graduated at Yale Medical School He ts a regular visitor to Barbados and was here for about •hree week* For The Races M B, TEDDY ROCK who is with the Cotton Fnriory left for Trinidad yesterday afternoon o: IS W 1 A to spend n short holiday, staying with friends in Port-of Spain. He hope* to be there IOC the remainder of the Christmn* Race Meeting Wedding M R. GLENVtLLE WILSON. of Black Rock was married at St. Stephen's Church to Miss Gladys Orifflth on Thursday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Basil Ullyett. The Bride wore a dress of satin with a See yoke; Ihe long skirt ended in. .. train Eta headdress was. Of uTSiure blossoms, and she carried • bouquet or radiance roses, while geraniums and Ouecii Anne's bice. The Bridesmaids were the Misses M and F Wilson. After the ceremony a reception was held at Wavell Avenue. Black Rock Visited Her Children M RS LILIAN VOLNEY, WB" for the past three mouth has been visiting her two sons U Barbados and her daughter it. Dominica lefl Barbados yesterday on bar vaj back I i Aruba Trinidad y n w I A NEW YORK. important mpoi ling with ree manB] females HON. AJsD Mi:s II A CUKE left yesterday by B.W I A to spend a week hallaay with thnr daughters In B.O i-'ormrr Barbados Scholar A T present holidaying in Uarbados Is Mr. Lear Wood, who accoinpanied bv nil I %  wife, arrived here a couple of weeks ago to spend Christmas with his family Ltar is a former Barbados Scholar and has been living in Canada for about nln years Now living in Toronto, he is studying for hi* actuarial degree with the Crown Life i suranca ol Cicada. They expect lo be In Barbados until January IS. Here For Two Months A RRIVING on BWIA's il l. flight yesterday, was Mr C L. C Bourne who has come i>ver for two months' holiday Mr. Bourne was Manager of the BG Cricket team which toured Barbados during the W.I trials in preparation fot the W.I I0UT Uj England. He hopes to be here loi the Barbados-Trinidad games early next year Rt b %  former intercolonial cricketer. Returning On Wednesday M R AND MRM JlMMIK imi) nnd riniightcr Kathleen arrived here recently from Trinidad to spend th|. Xmas holidays and are guests at the Hotel Royal Mr. Keld is a director of Messrs. E Robinson. Trlnidml They t returning on Wednesday. Back Home A FTER three months in BG Mi ICarii Barry lalnrnai. home v.'.-(ei,)iiv (ti-nioon by II W I A Sh ( > ha li.i uoiighler Married In Canadn K ATHLEEN KING, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Joseph A. KIT, ; formerly of Barbados was marrU-tl in Kitchener, Ontario, on December 27 to Mr. Bernard A. Walhi son of Major and Mrs Stanley Walhs Muhta uW -t •'*• h., 611 ibe >-W podMa IMM at pimroHi 'Hows*. sWrs w %  h.n -. •*.' %  craw HBBMt> • %  -< will bt m I I butch tor (or th* old pi E4WM4 MI of *s"> widi lag MJ ass ipaet *v#srmii.r Pntade his a.m Th# Moahol Rid Phlllipt and Mi Rand. 143 ani Sand* M*rPhoe. n.. 110 p.m. IL.ru>M IW-ilU. I.'S p.m lUirtl" N*wreal, 130 pm A" Ihii, to Dlara. t pm. Thr Nr*-,. 110 p.n> HMM Sr*i Irom nrllaln. 1 IS p.m. WKM Ihe I. %  .done! Doean'l Know 3 TO p ni Atthur Aahpy. 1 pm Sins it Asaln. '30 pm SporlRevlvw, pm Tha Nawi. 10 pm Thr Dally %  orvhN %  0 in. Strike up OiHtSSW, ^ l> n> 1 iiHnn" Cholrr. JIB pm PloCramma Parade, 810 pm Munir lor Dawln. SIS pm MI.wn.iS Parturra. BJO p.m. Vi.\,i Temple nnd the VandyK* Altalr. 1 pm The News. 1 IS p m Sew Ainls-iv Till pm Behind lh<> Nfi 1.4 pm. Weekly SpoiU Kummarv %  pm R.dl Mfwawl %  1.1 P m. Compoarr t Ihr Weeh S30 pm Had Ihe The Nn AnvS-TL i Rob. Dawn. I trunk Mil 1 isae." seiU IbapMi rham.. %  %  J. i- anoaajh. it .y rrac san '" toir mat as a a> baais nm g to pott. t h BkaMM awar itsr h* ka*i. oWikv^kr/ SSNTSM iho.in. ttat Ng sad as S/S SM O S MMU -* %  ht ..*"^ gW €LIB MOIU.i\ Open Every Night throughout the holidays Dial 4000 b9& HATS... FAVORS ...NOISE MAKERS sntCVLML FLASH EMPIRE CLUB FETE AND DANCE TO-NITE — DAMS HALL with 2 Hour, .if SCINTILLATING MUSIC bj IBS KATZENJAMMERS" ami Percy Gr**n'h Orchestra After I >lI'I It I To-ds> i I and 130 .ml contlnuliiK llavid O. Selsnlek's "DUEL IN THE SUN" Starring Jrnnlfrr Jones — OMgaVJ Peek with Joseph CoUon and Lionel %  No^raaeae.. TO-NITE AT MIDNIGHT SHOW MOM Present* "NEPTUNES DAUGHTERS" Starring Ester Williams and Red Skelton ROW GLOBE TO-DAY 5 & H.30 AND CONTINUING Fred Vera Red Arlene ASTAIRE ELLEN SKELTON DAHL in THHEE LITTLE WORMS M1DNITE SHOW TO-NRB 12 O'CLOCK THAT NITE WITH YOU FRANCHOT TONE and SUSAN FOSTER AND MR. RIG GLO RIA JEAN & DON O'CONNOR TO MORROW MIDN1TE SHOW 12 O'CLOCK SUV TOWN A GET HEP TO LOVE Save Your l| Ticket!, and Win A Hamper Tu-day U> 1 .> %  -.!.. 4 30 and 8 15 M I. M Smashint Itoublr starrlnr Hayden and Loul. raUirm in •THE ASPHALT JUNGLE" and "DIAL 1118" with Marshall ThomiaMtn and Virginia Field TO-NITE AT MIDNIGHT SHOW Republic U.-.I.M, Doable Monle Hale in— "LAW OF THE GOLDEN WEST" and "RENEGADES OF THE SONORA" Slamng \ll.n "Rocky" Lanr and hia aUlllon. Hi... k i.*k 1IIIYAI. To-daj S and S 30 and Conllnulni lii'.il O Selinlck'n "DUEL IN THE SUN" Starring Jennifer Jones—Grenory Peek with Joseph Cotton and Lionel Barrymore TO-NITE AT MIDNIGHT SHOW Triple \ur..."ii-.ii Allan "Boeky" Lne In "SUNDOWN IN SANTA FE" "LIGHTNIN IN THE FOREST" "UNMASKED" SI'NTJAY NIGHT AT MID NITE Republic Action Doable "LAW OF THE GOLDEN WEST and "ANGEL AND THE BAD MAN" OLYMPIC To-da* 4 and 8 IS— Tomorrow 4.45 and 8.30 First Instalment Columbia Serial "CODY OF THE PONY EXPRESS" Starring Jock O'Mahoney—IMckle Moore with Pegg> Stewart and William Fawcett TO-mTB AT MIDNIGHT SHOW Republic Whole Serial — "ZOKRO'S BLACK WHIP* Starring George J Lewis -i.nl Linda Stirling. 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SATURDAY, DECEMBLlt 30, 1M Golden Fleece WASHINGTON. ipartial mobti ramme. M*| • 'or the internet IP an expensne quest tor large aupn which to-day is truly the "golden Snoot.' 1 "" — A ituon for -h*. :ng programme H\KB\DOS ADVIH'ATK PAGE THRKF Boxing Will Go Firsl I** Pal I*IMMMN NF.W YOKK. Boxing probably will b the first to feel Uncle Sam's axe in the evenl that it should become to curtail or even Id abolish w rlam sports In a national emergency In talks with some military men i: tclv. we gathered the tmprvssu-n that this time Uncle Sam is going to ft Kim* that if the pugs can light with gloves lot ,. also .should tnable to ptdi %  n for their country. And Uncle Samuel won't It t himself be kidded m: 'hem on as sn-calle-t motnle echelons for the i of the bovs who may have tn do the real fight In . We understand, too. Q Sam is going to tighten up OH 'he rule-; concerning deferment--. We already have aren one young Major League Pitcher pMn 4-F status merely because he has one ('rum Pack A Gun That bum ear drum does not revert htm from hearing everything his manager whtspei Mm nor prevent him from pilch* log. Win shouldn't he pitk a kiin like toe real of MM so fortunate aa to have M.j i League Ball club l>ack of him? Madison Square (iarden author.] ities will ihed no leen if boxing given a recess fur a tune The Garden actually k> l money on the lost tight Friday night when onlv a handful pal I about $13,000 to watch n Btinkerro staged by the I R <" Some of the Garden slockholders would like to -tee boxing BboUihed entirely In the Garden. The Garden could fill those dates —26 this year—now taken up t lights. In fact, the Garden ha g waiting list of convention*. *tr. only too eager to move ir. if boxing moves out. The flgtil rneket nevei such poor ronditlon ns it is today And for many reason*. The main reason, of course, is lack nf talent i ond reason is poor match%  id ii-w of house ftghtfi: lo the exclusion of other iryto | to break into the Garden. Financial Gains Anotlier reason is the lack ul common sense among the managers of lighters who .m lou per cent, the best of it in trying to protect their meal ticket*. The powers thai be In the racket would have you believe that the attendance of flghu ha dwindled almost to the vanishing point only because there i# a shortage uf entertainment dollars %  vii labU That is pure hokum. The New York race tracks showed a gain both in attendance and betting while ihe light game has been losing. And there is no hotter fight fan than the average race trncft punter. But while the turt follower may be a aucker for the races he does not carry that wide-eyed innocence into the light racket. He knows his. fighters and he knowwhen he is being fed a turkey There hasn't been a light th year worth more than a five-buck top and the promoters shout have paid the fans to attend most of the shows they staged. Fight fans may like to waltz but IhM don't like to watch them.—l.N.S indicated by the recent disclosure that the country has failed to bu'ld DO atletfuate stockpile of I • get UN for this li.ouin have soared 10 the highest livel in historv. notes the National Oeoeraphfc Society, Although practicall> even nation grow n i wool, most of .s luthani EUntp HBbere lountries ~Austral a, Arg.nima. Now Zealand. Sou.h ind Uruguay. Australia la Ihe \M iIns lewder, accounting for ubotit one-fourth of the international supply Large producers In the Northern Hem !s] he Uhlled Stata*, Graai Britain, Spain, France and Italy. Demand and for wool has normalb eonit m million porjndl annually: domestic sou*. < %  than a fourth of that i\ Beaton, long a centra ,f wool ti prlcea in tain) rut n lo nfl si a pound fot %  %  h as n> Ion-type ibr<* havy been used ., %  I'll* nehe has proved Wholly ^at isf n tin \ hi %  1'in man hi nearly M dependent upon flwve from h'a wen the ancients. found evidence et domesticated sheep as early as the Stone Age. The origin of primitive weaving is lost in %  ii ind Egyptians were nriept at vting. and the Phoenlle mi) MU wool clothit ": %  Our term i .i ,i..( woman. Spinster %  >lHtls!,|". •sssjgg wool trade of the MidAges, when moat of the weaviii the i HUM waa dona i | T .mini t-eiitlewomen." John i ntiop ..( ihe ftj ituitUet patented in 17M. was the first develop menta which revolutionized the wool trad*. Bv 1870. machines hud displaced most of the handirkaffl la the industry. Various animals such as the nlpaca. llama, goat and Angora labbll yield wool, but by far the largest percentage cc-mes from •heap, The cradle of the modem sheep breeding Industry wa Spain, homeland of the tamed Merino Hiaea ih eap are the pjf nuts'. Of thf 200 i < c.ogni/Cil today. Ferdinand and bntNula, sovereigns of Spain In Ihe time of t'olumbus, considered the Merinos so valuable tiiit they put to death in) V. .-\;„.l I % %  For cantUM Wool trading and tnanufactura banbean of major iportance in Great Britain SvmbOj-niig this fact. 4Jue.il Kli'aJjeitbS cl-.ancellor in %  %  H M I .MB" %  istojii.u il. vwred aaea. 1 the tbrd ntry upon a ii'pJi-^' of wool. To this da Chancellor's jhjni b e "vvoolsacic" Knlr> Australia made its e wool growing field in 1801 when Merinos from the royal flock of England's King George III were imported. Today sheep and wool provide jobs for nearly one-third of Australia's people. Sydney is the industry's big eiarket, where the Soviet government In recent years has been aking large purchases. Before World War II the L'S sheep census was about 58 million; at present the number is only some 30 million Economists balleva two factors are largel\ responsible for the decrease attractive meat prices, which havo resulted in the slaughter of many animals, and the high cos: of maintaining flocks. Texas the lamest wool producer ami the states. — (I.N-S.) Bridgetown In The Days Of "Philosophies" If you dropped In OB old William Btgno] do Hndgetowii Taxi Co.. and found. hun In a good mood, he would tell you of t*-r liitw when there. were only about 1PC Barbados, when the roads about Mia efty ware a % %  •< %  md he carnage, buitgy and trail used to carry on a 1>. Hignol looks older than &5 and when he talks to you from behtn.t his shades he seems vary experienced He is a shei | man with a wooden wears a khaki uniform N, a I I works with (he Transport Boarri acquaintances call him •Peg Blgnol lost his left fo LVan now his eves will light up when h< I 01 Ihe fa he Md ills i to Met from hopping n. Sugar an.i syrup uted to be brought to town by covMDrawn raits m 1910 whan Bignol was a boy. Dftl not have to set a drtwr 1 or put a number on a ear in those days. There U number, one could DOl .1 ear easily In the carlv lci carried a mnnhar behind, but none In front ii ii.L" >i had not when he was a boy. h have been .1 drtVai Hut much as he Uki th. 1 Id days, he dislikes it now. Hr does not think he could 1 eiforfi ',. %  elf with t "Ijuidaus" A carrlaaa u*i 10 cm ihraa pasaengrrs. Blgnpl told the .%dvfj|r yMuHUU thai tlicnwere a few "Landaus' 1 of carrlagi % %  hit 1 ouM t irry six passengers BuSgMi seldom uaed for publii tation. but more for theli convenience. When tourists came to the island in lyio. private car ownari uted to rent them iheir iais There were not any taxi companies. Men used to ride tali MCVI I In the days of tram can And people called them "RUloaopbll When Bignol was IR ha Wl with the Tram Line Companv cleaning tram lineHis job with the Transport Boaui now u to direct car drivers where to pnrk the Lower Broad BlnaH park4 Hs Behind The Curtain \ UBNNA, : AnuMicati ins: tuUoa it ever thenwas on*, 1 probably the OtirJ "ami" orKamzaiion flouiislunii belund tin Iron Curti Iti the Rusmaii Zone 01 Austj-isj, hke in UM thraa araa .ir. nungatera are 4-H*an MSaaatll ot itienihrrs m tl e Unit* The Buwiani don't hke it n bit. to be sure They hav 1 %  1 membership Ml they have never banned 4-H o popular. The g .vi agricultural %  %  OR %  : 1 %  Votiih In Austria. ., tury-old. outdated farming !" fa* 5UI *I %  Aaawlean J.. methods. 4-H 1doaU a Mataa* t jy *' ipcrvisors and. ih:i manhkf ettlna acres. 'Prinu. the rtnl answers came %  ung methD fk from the States The arrival 1 in mall froiii lira The movement 1****1 m the Wl1 -' spring of 1949 m the Ami-. '. can n ? '"'' 'he aagyntl i the UM >""'hv Army t%  ihg hand Sal ttartad ing spot He hai a keen eyi can easily detect where space is and can gauge the size uf a car 1 and tell the di Iver, Youi cai Ii too big for this space" by u glance at the cai. Before ears used lo be purked in Lower Broad Street, donkey. mule and hand caVti U parked there From the time M could remember, Bignol sail, those evergreen tree* were theic Pilots Must Giv> Flight Plans WASHINGTON, Dec. 27 Airmen must give flight piai %  for planes entering or moeet' —and hybrid COtlt is gTi !.. iteved too high for uraln t>> > %  <" %  AceopHir the 4-H clubs are serving three important purposes 1. They give Austrian youngsters a much closer tie to home .. %  id oitiiniiinity. helping %  > halt the drift from the farms to the %  'omethuiK which has long worried Austrian 2. They ore usually the Austrian youth's first cmounter with elections; The member el it t their with a free and open ballot in which boys equul rlghta, acqualntlnsj %  1 %  1 %  s. They help Austrian agrl iltural. hard hit by iii>wai In the atternpi to 1 opa with its important 1 la of meetini lha tood demands of the popuhitu>n Prom the very start, Austrian hoys and girls adopted the club* with great enthusiasm and many an old-timer of the Alpine communities^—watching the Interest of the youngster*—-said They are tho most successful innovation they have am In their live* The -I II club members usuall> Me In village school houses md, alter having greeted each other with the familiar Austrian Salutation "Grucss Gott." discuss their tatett problem* and swap h Like their meclin*. their language would" scarcely be understood bv American farm youths, but their discussion on COWS, ptgs, gardens and canning projects would seem familiar in low. Vermont In fact. Austrian 4-H clubs are organized much as their counter* lha T'S Austrian club members are n1o catching the spirit of working together on 1 ,, ..,'.. with fnnn re eJmoaaTh u Is quite new. Last winter, when villages in A :-trlnn Alp* W< I hound. Atislrlnm palnitaldnilr lahoured over let! can club members to exchance Elprciaiiv in tne Russian / n> %  dear from aomeone 1 Nebraska, Paaauwlvanla, N rollna and Texas. —IN B. U..\.Troops Pushtd IWk Ten Miles • Preas (-.r l rutted Bouth Kom theat north' 1 wttnJ the 38;h | na a mighty good |ob he said tonight Oen eral MacArthur tod BOtnaad as his Aide laptatn Sam Walker *oi, „t the reeenUy killed Eighth Ant mander. Lieutenant (liion H Walker Captain Walker formerly served in the United State? 2*th Infant Mvtston m Korea The body General Walker will be flown to the United States from Tok*. : chi be-morrow — Keaaer. Barbados C oast Station Ships la loach With %  ,% %  W. r ihp ronn>t %  -• %  tO'nmunlratr Cabman, s• 1 ufano %  I s a AIC* (*<• %  Sofia. i no A i V >n s n... 1 1'l.MlK -.,. Kltjfr ,1. SB A I. I S EHipreu 1 %  !>* t*- Bod.,-.. SB Air. -Dram, M v hVtws Trea stiff from SCOT 111 ml THE FAMOMS GROUSE ItR.wiP WHISKY ( Trainers Up In Arms LON being so British racehorse trainers ai upreUtd and < up in arms Although profess to l** license unless tbey object to the rub .thing like a regular which holds them reopenaable foi poUca lone uatchin. all caseand horse* ted with him In the past t-1> manl trainer^ have lost the'i itcenai Haa Jochej Chab h..*-er after aonaa ken oC drug hat! itetermineu lo clean up horse been found in the saliva 11 racami m Britain and will conrwaat of toreM lorJei theti tmue to hold trainers lesponsibl'charge for the conditi m t* tUttmt. he aw mt of aW Wiav aw^nftv, m wstrr afpty, mi isMarJ 4 tf$wm > At eaajbjfc „*.saaaa /aMarr fat hmtrti* a4M iej BJ aa him — dnr a A nnsaas. '.tor* m Cmmhum, Ummhmt, is iJeg, fVaaWarf ssav ,m f ,mfi oWamfn-. h iJjl ht wav tffthm i mvftuor of thrmittry ,,1 OBNMI Caaaw> aaavdaiarr. Kemmmg m Lmmm m lS&, ht htti jpfmmimmU m Si. 111 aa Ii ua. 'i HssaiW. lara^hssjl aaatMaW md TV Ke> -I 5oWI 0} \lmt,. Hr irsi PtttUemt of At Chtm.d SMitrf Jtom t$7t-i, mJ a/ i.V /•uOMtt* of CktmUtrf jmm i#7M'' •Jr J kim ,a hmhnt hoHMr—AtCtflty MMol S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD.-Agents \ Canadian Rales 1 UVAD* ta s I ft-. i>r. CMQUH on H.I ken 1 C*ato# I SS". pr >'!•- 1 %  • K. SAUOf. EVENING DRESSES Drastically Reduced YOU WILL SAVE 25-33% ON YOUR EVENING DRESS NOW. SPECIAL BAGS $3.98 EACH. r 7VRaya!&*.Wy *.: %  m iasf. PtmUmiu frail. Mart„f h,t < I-wit4 m iH7,f> /**( anW hu 4um. • r„u Cheuiirfll hiduilnvs l.id K upland. I URRAYS ..MILK STOUT %  EDINBURGH SCOTLAND MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS ^Bhe ^Modern S)ress Shoppe BROAD ST. SPEAKING AS A PRACTICAL MAN I appreciate a practical product. Why ihouid 1 nuy hall ., dozen ditlerent incdicirit'.s when m MA(il IIK'AIJN<; Oil. I have a remedy par • %  so m;my dUfenrn" \mt$ %  remedy monc/ ol thfll reiilly works. Um il foi nuflafl, colds, colic Bpjd Ui..iihoea. or externally for cuts, bruises or massage In eaaa caul% ne.itincut tn lHeV| .,., Marl 11 %  1 u* I'IHICI Snaj) OLW M ITI C't nr.RT sovi fo you: •l ilwaw BH i"" I M s..ii> 1 iinrt .1 Hull HI %  i I LUX TOILET SOAP MAGI HEALING OIL mmt \ •* -' % % %  'Hi FRAGRANT WHITE SOW -.. OF THE fILM STARS



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PAGE rout BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER :!' %  I'f.n BARBADOS^ AOVtKrfTE Saturday. December 30. 1951) Ml. Alt THK Barbadoi 9ufaV Producers" Association has been officially informed that the 1951 price of sugar has been fixed at £32. 17. 6 per ton c.i.f. This is an LnentM of £2. 7. 6 over the 1950 price. To a community with a population of approximately 200000 almost entirely dependent upon fUgaVT this will be cheering news. Barbados has always been dependent on the revenue earned from her staple industry fur the maintenance of her standard of living and the cost of administration of the governm_n'. Oil is still a potential revenue earner and Barbados has not yet been able to find secondary industries which will provide employment for so many as the sugar industry. This satisfactory price is the result of long and patient negotiations begun in 1948 between the West Indian Sugar Producers and the Ministry of Food. The original demand for a long term agreement to purchase all the exportable suf plus from the West Indies was rejected by the Food Minister and after discussions in London the British Government agreed to an eight year period subject to annual revision Under the term of tins agreement the additional £2. 7. 6. on the 1950 price includes the extra cost anticipated in the production and export of the 1951 crop especially the increased cost of bags which at one time were not available. The increase also wisely makes provision, in accordance with the wishes of the Sugar Producers, for an increase in wages for those occupied in the industry In addition to the increase in the price of sugar, that of molasses has been strengthened and ensures a greater revenue return from the vacuum pan molasses export market Recent estimates of the 1951 crop in this island set the amount at 175,000 tons. This does not in any way affect the price as there is no competitive element in the sale of this sugar to the British Government but at the same time it affords a greater margin for conversion into molasses saleable in a market without a quota and for home consumption. There is not all plain sailing, however, even with this satisfactory increase in the price of sugar and molasses It will mean greater revenue but there is still some anxiety over the present position of bags. These are necessary for the export of sugar inasmuch as bulk shipment has not yet come to the West Indies and they must be available in quantities adequate to the amount of sugar manufactured. At present there is a shortage in the supply of jute used in bag manufacture in India, but the job of arranging for the remainder of the supply which has been already ordered, is in the capable hands of Mr. A. S. Bryden and it is to be hoped that they will arrive in time. The question of the uniformity of price between that of the West Indies and that of the Commonwealth countries, according to official sources remains to be settled by the Ministry of Food. Guatemala Hot Spot WASHINGTON, Deo. 28. Guatemala. In Central America. .i hulbed of Communist activity trains! United States Interests. In Guatemala the communist* BY MALCOLM JOHNSON INS Staff Corraipondenf tied the life of the American AmHichard C. Patterson Jr. The situation was so grave that ie Guatemala Government demanded Patterson's recall on the MJtexl that this %  'meddling" in i tern nt affairs endangered his recall UIJ FSG). led by the vociferous Pinto I'saga, and claiming some 62.000 member;. TinVenezuelan government now In the hands of a Junta headeu b> German Suarei Flamerich. but the Communists, while officially outlawed as a party, are still busy gmtraUai hate againxt the us. Pinto, who has made anti-US. speeches, was thl piinclpal backers Arbenz As In other Latin American ountrles, they attack "A: imperialism." American investiolrntly ments, particularly in oil, and the one of "Imperialistic war In Korea. Economically, Venezuela is one of the world's largest suppliers of Washington refused to recall President Juan Jose Arevalo, oil Its geographic proximity aderson officially that Is. wiium Arbem is to succeed, prous makes It more important a cvertheless he returned to the 'esses friendship for the United source of supply than the Middle nited Slates last March and Is States. Cast, especially in the event of rw in Washington. He is still . „ ... war with the Soviet Uniot rnbassadnr In Guatemala in abNevertheless, it is pointed out uua In Washington that Arevalo This source of supply could be throughout his administration vital to the United States In Patterson is an outspoken dlplohas temporized with, if not World War II, for instance, Vt -at who pulls no punches when encouraged, the communists ezuela supplied us with almost iscussing the communists In . _„_ one and a half million barrels ol what %  Hi il daily, or almost enough for interests Guatemala, '.uatemala or anywhere else. Of Preaching communist threat to Ameri"spiritual socialism". Arevalo has h „ its"" Navv's Atlantic fleet he been friendly with communist officials from other countries, eni n addition. Venezuela is rich tertaining them in his home, aci n iron ore, possessing some of the cepllng their influence and empurest deposits in the world. It ploying some of them in his govK also the biggest customer for ernment c S exports In all Latin America. Through .he Federation of Latin %  **• 'SS^JfF m *"" CU9_ American workers (CTA L). Guatemala's trade unionists are affiliated with the World Federation of Trade Unions, which the A.F. of L and the C.I.O "Guatemala is the No. I state onomkally )n Central America. Ufa take roughK SO per cent of 'heir exports and American capial has large investments in ihuiana Plantations, Railroads, Klectrie Power Plants. International Airlines and Shipping temer In the world. "The.se interests have been pet — %  "cuted ro such an extent by prohave denounced as a tool of th Health For The Poor THE opening of the St. Michael Medical Centre at the Parochial Buildings during the week is another step by the Vestry of the parish to cater to the needs of the poor. The centre has been set up for the convenience of the sick pour who need medical attention without being confined in the Almshouse. It was customary in the past for all those who needed medical attention to go to the Almshouse where the parochial medical officers examined and prescribed for them. Il entailed at times great discomfort as they had to travel long distances. This will now be avoided. Last year provision was made for the appointment of a third P.M.O. Attendance at this centre was set out as part of his duties and now the Centre has been erected. Then will IM%  nurse in attendance and every facili'v i;iven to those who need attention there. The St. Michael Vestry deserves to be commended in taking another step in catering to the needs; of the poor of the parish. communist ami extreme nati %  fetnti that it is just -i question of hew mum longer they can hold out The trouble the communists gave me has alerted American interests in the fact that they are In danger of expropriation. These acts of aggression against American interests will continue unless the American government provides appropriate action." In Guatemala, as In other l.nm American countries. Washington ntithoriUes say, the communist Influence extends far beyond their numerical strength. They have infiltrated the government ibtelf, obtaining some key positions. TJnttl recently there had been no officially registered communist party. After Patterson's departure, however, the oanmunists came out in the open, resigning from the parties into which they had infiltrated A movement 1 s now under way to start an avowedly Marxist Party, flaunUng the communist hammer Hnd sickle The present situation Is regarded as uncertain and dangerous Th t new PresidentElect, Col. Jacobo Arbenz. due to take office next March, is a military man wtcnstbly anti-communist Soviet Union POCKET CARTOON (•> OSBFJtr LANCASTER Communist Menace Causes Big Rise In Defence Costs OTTAWA. National defence in 1950 thrust aside any financial restraint and became big and costh business for Canada. It swirled far ahead of all other types of government expenditure. As the year ends, the era of the $1,000,000. %  000 military budget is only three months distant. It will come with the next federal budget. A sombre cabinet, facing up to i world in crisis, has said it will. It came fairly close in 1950. Fur a year that started off with a relatively modest increase planned for defence, it came startngly close to the billion dollar mark It started off with a $425,000,000 delence budge 1 and ended up around $850,000,000 The reasons were obvious and threatening They could be compressed into one wordKorea. Or, going deeper. Russia. __ The ramifications were more complex. The 1 extra $440,000,000 voted by parliament at its Fall emergency session was needed largely not for Canada herself but for her allies. The government, accepting Canada's "intern.i tional obligations in a two-fold way. got ,-:(00.000,000 to carry out a programme of helping arm Europe. The first shipments, spearhead of equipment for a division, went forward to the Netherlands late in the year An equal %  mount will go to the Netherlands or another Atlantic Pact ally next year. The cost of Canada's Korean activities was placed tentatively at $50,000,000 for the existing fiscal year. But the programme was broader than that. It called for acceleration Mad expansion all along the line in a field where costs have become staggering— 5400,000 for a single one-seater lighter plane. Korea was behind all this. But it also had its good points. It broke the log jam in Washington and opened the way for revival of the wartime economic integration of Canada and the United States for the purposes of arms production. It brought intensified drives for the St. Lawrence Seaway as a defence project. It spurred civil defence planning and brought the green light for communities to start getting ready for the worst. It electrilied the movement towards integrated western defence through the Atlantic Pact. The biggest costs were ahead and late in the year cabinet ministers indicated to the Federal-Provincial Conference there is no way of telling just how large they will he That would defend on the wave of crises breaking around the periphery of the free world. But they would hit at least $1,000. 000.000 in 1951-52. bringing with them higher taxes and blows at the civilian economy. —C.P. %  :— D. V. SCOTT & CO., LTD. TO-DAYS SPECIALS •1 THE COLONNADE Tins OKANGE Jim Tin. LAMBS TONGUES BoI. McEWANS III 1 li Usually Now ..44 411 7(1 63 26 20 /7 fHappy and Prosperous af*B*ttHft*£HBM*RKRB*ll>£ %  %  SYeo. ^ear f I 'So all our friends and Customers % £ I WILKINSON & HAVNES Co., Ltd. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. The Unector-Qenerai has atkea me to imprrw on von Wm C'oririirJIOfl. flat there's ubtolule.w noiliina in the text I; tadtevfr Wlui Aiadfllit thinks of MOO Ttr-tuno' Washington nut* that the Comi.unist Influence in Venezuela began developing in the early 30' illegally The party first became legal In 1M5 under Preatden" (alias Medina Shortly thereafter, the Democratic action party of Komulo Betancourt — lefttsh. but nonCommunist — came into power, unly to fall In 1B48There are now two Communist elements in Venezuela. One stems from the official party (PCV> which was outlawed last May following a strike in the oil fields The other is the Proletarian Revolutionary Party, usually idenlifed as PHP (C) meaning Com-. "• unlft | LONDON, remami'nf !eS part^d^n-ten ] Britain ,n 1950 began to pay her way as a by Communists. Its chief strength trading country, but rising raw-material Is In labour unions Mexico often Is cited as a classic case of the historical causes for Communis' exploitation of hostility to the United S'.itiPublic activity of the Communists In Mexico is not Important, uvi Washington, but they have made Inroads In two classes—the 'intellectuals 1 and the union workers BritainsEf ononiic Advance Sometimes, according to students of Communist activity In Latin America, there seems to be a hair-line difference between the strongly nationalistic Mexican revolutionary Ideology and the Arbenz. however, accept* l* Communist party line insofar as Communist support In the .,0they affect relations with the U.S. vember election and 11 was a Another factor which helps The two, however should not major factor in his election. Ho make Guatemala today a danger be confused The strictly Mexll.as the army behind him. but spot in Latin America Is a strung can revolutionaries are strongly Washington wundera whether nationalistic feeling. The nanationalistic and therefore unArbenz. politically Indebted to the Ilonolists. while antl-communists, fnendlv to American capital In t omnunwta, will dartoppose resent the economic control of Mexico, but they are not ComI'tem after he takes office. American companies. munlsts That Is a key question to which The communists are seizing Among the organized workers. Washington awaits an answer upon this issue by agitating Mexico of course has the most The situation 1. betaf watched strlkM and encouraging the powerful pro-communist labour closely. Either way, as Washingthreat of expropriation of Amenbadge snd organiser in all Latin It, Arbem will l*-pUt-ynn can investments. Just aa Mexico America -Vicente Lo a dangerous game. expropriated oil resources years riano If he goes alung with the Communists he will play into their I winds and may become, in effect, a puppet 1'iesiilent If lie opposes thgfll he nsks possible revolution, lhou;.h it >" presumed thai he b enough nnl1t.11> strength handle any Ked uprising lfb mnlst emis The Soviet C Mexico Ami Veneiuela ' --niied the country < DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.. regret the inconvenience to their importer friends and customers caused by the congestion at the steamers' warehouses. This is on account of causes beyond their control and steps are being taken to relieve the situation. They request that all importers draw their cargo with :is little delay as possible as further arrivals are expected shortly. DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. arie* 1" Mcxi-. long go recog%  strategic ImbehUatoo ti glcslly and economically important to the United States, yet Accordingly, the opinion of Into both countries are plagued with vest 1 gators seems to be that MexiCotnnttmM Wiro e n ces attempting vu lon(J B((0 became a centre of „,.-,!.. '" U ld n 1 1 rriendlyrelations Communist conspiracy for aaboOne great source of C ommunlst v lln U8 espionage and concerted efs-length in Guatemala Is the ^ 0 % nge nder hatred for the Trade Unions, which were orgunIn this period of world crisis. ,, s „ mone the Mexican people lied and arc ion trolled by Comvhon the political stability of munlsts. with the help of party Latin American governments I* Despite steadily improved followers from Mexico and Cuba, vital to this country. Veneniela friendly relations between the There are approximately 80.000 has undergone a f-uccession of revIwo governments, the Communists unionized workers. The largest olutions. culminating last month have *ucceeded to ome extent In gnmgt, notUjl industrial, 1 the hi the assassination of President thi* objective. Kedci.icioi Sinduce! de OuatemCarlo* Delgado Chalbaud INS l'iices and a full-blooded re-armament pro%  i.iiniiif permitted little relief from austerity. In the lirst six months of the year, the country's economic climate changed radically and remarkably. Almost without anybody noticing it. "boom" began to replace "crisis" in talk of Britain's external economic position. From January to June, the sterling area's gold and dollar reserves—so low the previous autumn that Britain drastically devalued the pound sterling—rose by £262.000,000. Britain herself accounted for only L 36,000.000 of the increase. The rest was provided by Marshall Aid and increasing sterling-area sales to the dollar countries These commodities sold at booming prices prompting economists to warn that the in-1 crease might be only temporary. But production in Britain was up nine per cent, and the OOUIttry seemed iraiK 10 map the bene pott-war etToi is Then came Korea. The United Nations' decision to try to halt aggression meant big<*er arms programmes. Stockpiling principally by the United States, sent prices soaring. Britain decided that rearmament and the dollar-export drive—now finally gaining real momentum—must share priority. But there were difficulties. At the year's end. some manufacturers complained they could not obtain materials for dollar industries because of the swltrh to war production. Diversion of manpower posed similar problems. —C.P. and Our cBes/ Wishes for Prosperity in the Coming tyear DA COSTA & CO. LTD. : ^aBMHWMWSMHq& Otll III VIM IIS S\\: : thl After %  BgflaStai To (he Editor, The Advocate— d y behind tletnon had rendered to WI has been characterised as surprisautocratic and absurd dealingand steal flowers as *c Cricket Apparently the Board ing. Impertinent and ungrateful will no longer be tolerated, are placed on graves. couple ..t mu "" %  ** ,ne necessity of re From a recent communlcaUo.i There I. no insular feeling when t wou \d mention for the infor_ cloaed doors, the rording their appreciation of the from Headquarters, it is made 1 awlously suggest that Worrell maUon ot Rl p and olh€r ,„„. SIR,—NOW thai the propoaed public was kepi waiting for service* of the Captain .Manager .clear th;.t unt.l e are reconcile*! eekc* Walcoti. Marshall and ^9 practice of removing flowvisit of the West Indies Cricket nearly a week for what was f> Assistant Manager and Baggageto the fact that the money la thGoddard should stand nrm 10^ f^j^ gm^ ploL bv c hj|drei Teiwn to Australia has bean settled, ** a K !" "d *nd dramatic proln n in "sUtlng the team to pil %  property of the board and Is now geiher. letMr. Nune* come out of lld adu | ta has b^ brought to those of your reader* who have i">uneement, to be released U P the tidy sum of ES2.000 Th" held in trust In Jamaica, that we his retirement, ^lect his own lh# .Mention of the Wctbur. followed the conduct of llu Weal "igh.-ut the Island?, almulPress Release did 1.0I mention the shall not receive a single penny team and make .-very effort to Cemetery Commissioner* wh Indies Cricket Hoard of Control taneouily. fact that all the members of the "until there Is a better underachieve that happ> union and cohave made further efforts U from just before the visit ol the The release of the smciwt and Te m Mve ono celved T20 00 standing of the position" To be ojjeraUon which a In not •"•£"> „,„..„] this pilferage by eektai which did not 1MB af.CC Team, to the recent cqnndua7dBfii^e/Srn^S3 Th !" wm m ny < nrT '"'retard more specific until our atUtud" dilllngulsh his best efforts in IMS Meeting which look tlj.ee In Trin^01*1^.1^^,^.1^1^ omissions of great Interest, but of .hanger and we desist .rum qua*ERIC INNISS. %  dad a lew month! . must have supposedly took olacete'weTn "*"•* %  '.*" ^^ IV" n0 C "' tionln ,h f decWo ? * "*** cn formeri certain optoloM Perhaps V RKNuS and the A.',^ vour bu lne ". *> *"** Ucnen who have been chosen tn Cmrea S'JSK ""I 1 ; \l' oTconVrol which re"Proceeding onward, the Board £ S^ST'oieS?we'letfTa* T "" "* 10 '^ A*" !" *— •nypubltc body **iabllshedsucM „„„.,, ,„ lhe w ,„., forccd con de...nde.l tc allocate E2.000 !" l £ \ c "" • %  • na not SIR._Ple.se allow me to reply a record of ..,„-.,„.i utocral ^..rc in the spoils to a letter appearing in the BaRii. rt* '" : '" > "''*?. P**!"^!* t( .„ r ,„ „ diBtant | an< i [, f.,,| t .,i for the purpiae of Improving exThe time has assuredly come bi-los Aahreeale of the 21st Inst. %  hoei BOB f ti ,uc a %  '•"uileantly to tell us that the Utlng seaUnij accomm.xlation at when Mr President and his under the caption of "Graves" an n spanM nine. President was grant.M. Ihe Honorary S-crelittle Barbados, whose contingent that however eJaarmmg and eonrequested by this lndi\ idual l<> ili,> ma**tary a mare 12,400.00. accompanied made quite an appreciable contri genial they can be when no have the Cemetery cleaned up Ing of thi; august body which was by pious resolutions recording the button to the financial success of opposition Is forth, -ning to their for the coming festival of those bald in Trinidad in October valuable lervlcM which these geothe tour raacted In a manner which plant, quips and prank... lucb children who frequent there amend the Wi te—r Act whereby a greater measure of control enn be attained in combatting 'his nui* snee However, it i to be regrelte' that persons entering the West %  melerv should be the elementary pr!nrt OOncj as t" make Been Miry speelflc laws for the contn 1 act ice S A liri.UN. Superintendent Treasurer Westbury Cametary BoaiO. DESSERTS Royal Puddings Vanilla. Caramel. Chocolate. Jelly Powders (I Flavours) Marsh Mallams LIQUOR DEPT. Geld Braid Rum 11 ip Neteh Rum Miinini. t'hampagne 1 hen..1 Champagne Louis Rnlilerer ''hampagne • Ci.-ni' de Menthe Mm. u Gin Tubora Beer M WF OFFEB THK FINKST MEATS • < hi. ken, D-jakl Rabblu. ? Lamb Legs. l.mh Shoulders *(.ehUII Sanaarea Wi Turtle 5 'SOUPS faaawU I * %  Vetgr >ble and Beef Mnr+H •< Broth fJo '•' •oaia i FRUIT in tint M omn m BOnw %  AartMti __(.r.n Frill. Hrlfll a' "'"PHONE I.OIIIIIIII.S [ TtffltnatKfflBRHMflfiaifflllflHnRffBitk (! Your (MP/Hf come wm VIELLE CURE



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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1954 BARBADOS ADVOCATE r\r.E nvr More Acres Will Yield 1951 Sugar Crop ACCORDING to returns received under the Sugar Cane Census Act, 1937 (1937-7). the total acreage to be reaped by plantations in 1951 is 35,020.72 acres, made up ol 12..*>5.>.14 acres of plant canes and 22.465.58 acres of ratoons of all kinds. The acreage to be reaped by plantations in 1951 exceeds that of 1950 by 779 47 acres; there is a decrease f 880.64 acres of plant canes and an increase of 1 660 11 acres of ratoons. To the total of S5.020.72 acres to be reaped by plantations must be addt the area plrnied by .mallei cultivators estimated at approxi mately 7.000 acre,, making a grand total of 42.020 72 acres tobe nap. ed in 1951. The initial estimate of the 1351 crop, made at the end of Novem ber. is 173.000 tons of sugar, tin. estimated tonnage may Increase oi decrease according to the weather conditions which prevail during the next three or four month:, and the rapfdlty with which the rrocj is harvested This big 1951 crop Is due to the excellent rainfall condition* whlcii prevailed during the is The average total lor tin aJovt i.month period January — November. 1950 is approximately 7281 inches as compared with 57.38 inches for the correspond K iwrtod fur 1949 It ls aunt highvi than the average total for the same iwriod for the last 100 jreari which was 5503 inches Overhauling All the sugar factories in the island are now overhauling their machinery in preparation for the crop which Is likely to start early next month. It Iunderstood that Searles In Christ Church, Foursquare in St Philip and Spring Hall and Fairfield In St. Lucy expect to begin grinding on January 8, while a number of the other factories ate hoping to start on January Tl The canes are. not completely ripe at present, but the crop Is s big that an early start is necessary, to get it off before the rainy season begins and causes the cane. to rot. A detailed statement of the acreages of plant canes and ratoonr. to be harvested by plantations <<•£ over 10 acres) in the various parishes of the Island during the 1951 SJKHQ iliven In-low. Vestry Nomination Day U January 2 NOMINATION DAY for the Veslrtra of the island la fixed for Tucsdiy January 2. and rumour is that there will be a cortest in some of the parishes. In St Michael, Mr J. W Hewitt Master Ta'lor of Coleridge Street who was unsuccessful at the pulls ui yr. will again be appealing to the electorate. Mr Dan F. Blackett of the Tare* newspaper will also i'.king election. The names of •libers proposing to contest the seats of last year's Vestry mm in the various parishes are not yet known. TILpersonnel af the last Vestries were: ST. MI II \l 1 Mr E D Mottley, MC.P; Mr T W Miller; Mr HA. Tudor, Goddard. M.C.P.; Mr V W. A. ChMK Mr T MoD Kvrnmnnrts. Mr. A H Brydeii, Ml I.'. c ItlOWIIC ; Mi B A. W, II.. I..-IIII II. .n V C G.lc. M 1 -<-' ; M. C. A llrritlhwiiite. III A II Tuppt, Ml D. G U-JIKt (Jr 1: Mr r Ml E T C Bethel MC.P.; Mi J. K C. Cronnt Horticultural Exhibition Revised i dados Horticultural Societ> which was Incorporated in 1M8. and which will hold an exhibit i ii Queen's Park on ShtUfl ay, March 17. after a lapse of four years is not the first Horiilultural Society that the island has had. There used to be another such Society more years ago than Mr. H. N. Leacock. President of the present Society can remember, and it was because ihe first Societv died with its lin.m. ial affairs In a healthy state that the present Society was born. Asked by the Advacaie yesterday how the orusvnt Society can* Into being. Mr. l-cucock said that It had been brought to his knowledge that there was money to the credit of the ilrfuncl Society lying in one of the ntv banks, and that the Interew on that money could be used to give prises at exhibitions meeting Wild Guesses* But One Was Right MR. HOUM", CHARLES E MBUULL, owner of "Caneiield Thomas tvaa the subject of the Advocate's "Your Guess" con p n of Station Mill Sl Barbados* Sea-Bathing tacompi< k EX-BANK MANAGER CHRIST < III H< II Mr. G C Ward: Mr. F. C. Goddard; Mr C. S McXonilt; Mr H. St. C Ward; Hon'ble A G. Glttens, M.L.C.; Mr C. M. Drayton; Mr. J. E. Webster; Mr. V. W A Chase; Mr. C. D. Dranford; Mr G. C Ashby; Mrs. H. A. Talma; Mr. UJ. Parravlcino; Mr. Hugh Garnes; Mr. A. M. Jones; Mr C. Mil: Mr M. E R. Bourne. ST. PHILIP Mr. A. G. F. Farmer; Mr. D. D. Garner. M.C.P.; Mr E I. I.yte; Mr T D Mayers; Mr E L. Moore; Mr. A T. Skeete;! Mr R B Skeete; Mr. H L Smith; Mr. R. St C Weaker Mrs F E. Daysh. BT. JAMES Mr S A Walcott; Mr. J H. Wilkinson. MC.P.; Mr. A. L. Jordan; Mr C. G. Masslah; Mr. S Masslah; Mr. A. G Johnson; Mr W. W Denny; Mr. E. Holder; Mr. R. SBancroft; Ml. D. K. Webster ST. JOSEPH Mr W R. Coward; Mr A P. Cox; Mr II W. Carter; Mr. L. L Gill; Mr. J. A. Haynes; Mr. L. E. Smith, M.C.P.; Mr. O. R. Hutson; Mr. C. A. Williams; Mr J Itr.inch; Mr. W. I. Goodlng. SI JOHN Mr C. C. Oreenidge; Mr. R. DeC CNeale; Hon. J. DChandler. M.L.C.; Hon. G D L, Pilr. OB.E ; M.L.C.; Mr. B. L. \Barrow; Mr F D. G Simp>0n; Mr M. M. Greaves; Mr. E. 1 Clarke: Mr. J. W ChandleV. Mr. N B Howell. ST. PFTFR Mr G. C. GUI; Mr. C. Thornton; Mr T S. Chandler; Mr D. %  Corbin; Mr. C. H. P. Gordon; Mr. P. Whltehead: Mr O. G. Bannister; Mr. W W Bradshaw; Mr. G. C. Parrls: Mr A A Gill ST. lA'CY Mr J E. T Brancker. M.C.P.; Mr. E. L. Ward, MC.Pj Mr. E. L. Bannister, Mr. F. A Greaves; Mr W. L. Greaves; Mr. G G. Harris; Mr. K C. O/Neale; Mr. w H Year wood; Mr. I. C. Sobers; Mr. G Fit* G. O'NV.il,ST. THOMAS Mr. J Mahon; Mr. R. E Reeves; Mr K. Sandiford; Mr CM. Collins; Mr A. E. Cave, Mr. L. D. OIU; Mr. J. C Thorne; Mr S. A. Walcott; Mr W T. Goodlng; Mr. D A Watson. ST. GEORGE Hon. G. D. L. Pile, O.B.E.; M I. C.i Mr. C. L Sealy; Mr. H. A. Dowdlng, M.C.P.; Mr II H. Goring; Mr. A. C. Goring; Mr. M. A. Wilkinson: M C. I. B. GUI; Mr. A D. Vlelra; Mr. E. S. Robinson; Mr R. E King. ST. ANDREW Mr. B. S. Wilkinson; Mr J II. Bovcll: Mr. McDonald •handler; Mr. G. L Farmer; Mr D. A. Foster; Mr. E D Foster; Mr. J. A. Haynes; Mr W. W. Foster; Mr. B S Vaughan; Mr. S A. Worrell Potatoes Arrive OVER 200 crates and 550 bag ol potatoes urrlved for Barbadoi yesterday among the cargo of the WlllemaUd which cnlled inwn Amsterdam and it..mLu> : Other cargo arriving by her included canned fish, mackerel, apple sauce, confectionery, barley, boneless hams, bacon, sultanas, rolled oats. "Cyprus" wines, martini vermouth. beer, safety matches, cognnc and paper bags. 134 Vaccinated THE number of people vaccinated in the island since the campaign against small pox began reported yesterday to be 4.411. Returns at the C.M.O's office showed that 134 people wen vaoInated at the seven centres of St. Michael yesterday. The report hio showed that 89 were vacinated in St. George, and 8 in St. James since centr. opened In those parishes The Bridge Police Post again topped the St. Michael centres iterday. This centre got 3" and next to It was Wcstbuiy Girls' School with 26. Queen's park received 22. the Parochial 'Buildings 13. the CM O's office 25. the Baby Creche at Eagle Hall y and Carrlngton's Village, 2 W.C.C. DOUBLES DONATIONS THF dance held by the Women's Canadian Club m February has been so successful that the club has been able to donate twice the amount to local chanties than they have been able to do in the past. The club has also made its first donation of $100 to the Y.W.CA fund. , , Other charities received the following amounts:— i. .i. d*on ChaiiUaa illrmni' Horn* Almait HoitW :. Vlncsml UP P"l uu GiQaon'i Charltle* Neman Catholic ChaHUn Mr. Biowni. Chsiiue. Ilralhwailr Home g"Ssu?aSr a -. Hayriti M*nniill School SI Paul ami SI Ambroa* Humr I'ull Bl •' rur.il M' BklM Baby Crtche tloodwlll !*• %  "* %  Wvllsr* LaBUt r svholihip ruad Salvaaon Amy Year wood Hir* %  jaj M SO 00 SO 00 enthusiasts was held, and the Soformad and Incorporated Mr. l^aciK-K became its president, and the first vice-president was the late Mr Joe Connell. Mrs John Williams was the first honorary secretary, an office that Miss Enid Shepherd now Alls. Pation II UM Governor of BarI ridus Petrol Ration Mr. Leacock, explaining why there had been lapses in holding exhibitions during the war years. blamed it on the rationing of petrol Holding such a show called for a lot of preliminary work by members, and during those years they could riot spare the petrol to do that work. What little they had was kept to run them to their places of business. There were also lapses during rears of drought when the use of t ipe water for gardening was forIdden, and flouer growers could tot get the best out of their garden plots. i Now that the shows have started again, Mr. I,cacock said the Society will do its best to see that there are no more lapses. Five Special Prizes are awarded at this show, and up to now Mrs H. N. Leacock, Mrs W II Grannum and Capl. E. A. Chase have been the most constant winners of these prlr.es. Mrs. Leacock held her own In Classes 1 and 2. devoted to growing plants in flower pots or tubs, and to cut flowers. The sliver cup presented by Messrs Knights Ltd. to be awarded to private growers, members of the Society winning the largest numSi.-i as points in these two classes won by Mrs. Leacock every year from 1937 to 1940. From IMS to 1837. Mrs. Granni: won the Silver Medal presented by the British Carnation Society 10 the competitor submitting the best grown carnation plant in flower She won it again In 1940. Orchid Champion tapt. E. A. Chase used to be the acknowledged local orchid champion. The silver cup presem-d by Messrs G. W. Hutchinson It Co" Ltd. for award to members of the Society winning most points at all Orchid Shows throughout the year was won by i .i; .T el)., %  M'! in INS and then from 1942 to 1945. Miss U Chencrv won it Iwi.e. Another special prize is the Bronze Bunksian Medal, presented by the Royal Ho'tlcultural Society to be awarded to the exhibitor Wlnnini the most money at the exhibition. This can only be won once in every three years. Another is the Silver Cup presented by Sir John WaddingUm when he was Governor of Barbados for award to private growers who members of the Society for the most points won in Classes 5 and 6. Class 5 Is devoted to Ferns and Class 6 to Plants in Basket: AFTER twenty-five years' ab sence. Mi Robert M W..who opened the Harl>-ri..s bfanch of the Canadian B.mk : I mere,, m 1920. has r' Barbados for a holiday Mr Watson was mana flower-growing the Barbados branch until Ififfl WILLS ADMITTED TO PRO&ATE VhCfl he left to take appointment as mnnaet'r of !!.• %  Wuebec branch He retired in 1930 and has since then joined H. C Fortier. Ltd distributors for the W. C MacDonald Incorporated I nl.:., !" m Canada. "Since leavng Barbados I have travelled through Europe, part of Africa, Canada and the USA." said Mr Watson, "and I have bathed at the "Lido" In Italy uid other famous bathing place but I have found nothing to com* pare with in* marvellous seabathing (s.ililies of Barbados' Mr Watson said that there la evidence of consider .di I e progress in twenty-live years Mettei n.i k were being paid and the peasants' houses were tidier Mr Watson is father of Kn L A Williams and his wife and he are guests at "Cinbar" Sl Joseph the home of Mr and Mi A Williams. He arr.ved here on 8 and expei-1s to leave in ih< middle of February of next vw He has one son. Robert, born during his stay in Barbados gnd he Is now six feet two in. h*l tali. He Is in chargs ol the laxtlle laboratory of a Canadian "in. Mr Wataon thinks that there should lie a future for twxtlle industries In Barbados Me *u certain that there was need for more trade between Canada anil the West Indies. Thenwas nc reason, he could see. uln augai should be shipped to Englant' from the WosX mdlai and thence to Canada. There were • i lable and with the addition of the Tl'.A service the sugar sh: %  %  : to >;. by His Wonhlp Mr E A Mc Lvod. Police Magistrate of DtlUnsn "A", to five months' imprisonment with hard labour. Haynes was found guilty of ihe larceny of a sheep the property of Edit ha Barnes and valuexl at $4 The offence yvas committed on December 15. Haynes has four previous convictions for larceny and on the last conviction be was sentenced to 12 months' Imprisonment with hard! labour by Mr. H. A. Talma for I stealing a Raleigh bicycle Mtonfl ing to Arthur Eastmond. N.Y. Charity Group Sends $1 9 200 For Poor T HE INITHI P\KIMIl ^ Barbados CharUj I New York has again Una considered the %  i. them $1,200 In \ %  • The money was BSsM I w. Harvey Read, who will ,i tribute it to all the partanai Knoll parish will afterwar.1for its own dasaribtitsani For the past :ln.. roai Charity Group has boon brae gifts of clothes. 'pHE YESTERDAY A supply of 13.1 1"3 b laOdod at Barbado of flour i-i.'i I... The SS Marmatland brought He 10,178 bags \ i %  Nalson Buaol arata %  chad wnii Mad tisb mid >t. >ed sw ret potatoes P IPE TBACKS a.e D0O DO -t dug along the Cabins Wind Mill areas oj St An.ii< IBI I 'i d th.it veiy I I.I | IIwill st .it laying tno plpi lines. A few weeks RM PtpO lino ere laid as nil H Orahi I ut no* they havo reached as Ii aHeckles Gap. Windy Hill Tin work is bcin h upervnod by Mi 1'radshaw r lii: sr. jon\ Baptist Chui win hold then rocttal ( oristmas Music at tho Chu .t 4 O'clock on Sunday tvanl Included in the programme Sir II MonkI Bos JH JASON JONES & CO. LTD.Distributors : PURINA CHOWS % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  > For that rich savoury flavour! Make that Mew really laMv with in t a little Manniic Make ii tvtti-T ior you too Marmiic ointdtns the Hz vitamins th.it build up health jn.l resistance to illness. That's why it's so good tor everyone Ofl hrcj.1 and butter or hi tasty sandwK'hc. You cm do so much with Marmite in soups, gravies,, sauces and savoury d M innilc docs so much AM Rood cooking. r ch U'dillng rtisie Hill %  4 "CINDERCLLASHOWS A DAY SI Philip' Oaby Vllai lii Honour the Chief Judge, Sir Allan Collymore in the Court of Ordinary yesterday admitted 1 oc I probate the wills of the following \ !" \ Robert Kichard Edgecumbe M'Challenor late of St Joseph. AlexMichael. Fined For Bodily Harm A tine of $7 20 was imposed on OolbourtM Harding a 23-year-old labouror of Ford Gap, Button Hill by His Worship Mr H. A. Talma yesterday for inflicting bodily harm on Carl Thompson on November 25 ander Wickham late Michael, and Jumes Alleyne, lat of St Michael. Also admitted to probate was tho codicil of the will of Ernest Walter Williams, late of Sl %  ]\hhl;Ki.l.Aopened at Ine brldgetown Plaza yesterday morning. There were four shows yesterday. The first was at S.30 a.m. followed by others al 1.30, t 45 and ft JU p m. The theatre was packed at all %  hows. Al the 9 30 am and 1 30 pin. Hie crowd was made mostly of children while adult audiences attended the 4 45 and 8.30 pm. Mr II Edwards. Mow. St. I of the Bridgetown Plata, told the 1 Advocate yesterday that i'ie mi %  other occasion when Ihe '.he it gsve four shows In a day, w when 'Samson and Delilah" w shown. They ran "Our Vary Owi al three shows a day A NUMMARY OF ACREAGES OF CANE TO BE HARVESTED IN 1951 IROM HOLDINGS GREATER THAN II ACRES St. Michael Christ Church St. John St. Philip SlJoseph St. Andrew St. I.ucy St. Peter V I. HI. i" St. George Sl T homos .. 833 00 2.039 75 1.138 12 2.244 50 493.53 607.00 1,208.00 921 00 893 27 1.211 72 %  "; %  :' %  i2.;.r... M 889.7n 1.897 2f 1,153 76 1,801.50 S22.92 660.50 950.25 881. I"i 892.42 1.331 57 1.047 25' 11,833.1 545 50 572 75 1.084 47 567.75 511 35 438 71 322.25 645.50 509.04 961 6< 098 25 7.137.28 42.75 122 50 567 25 86.00 358 57 158 00 16.50 316 25 187.55 343 73 61 "> V 20 00 124 25 4 00 82 18 32 00 11 25 82.75 17.75 33 N 150.in ii no 4 25 8.50 10 50 Sixth, Seventh & %  agllth Hatoons 12 50 (6lh Ii 6th) 2111 00 4.475 75 4.052 Pi 4,710 25 1,977 85 1.896 2 I 2.568 2.'' 2,855 78 W06 53 3.881 til' 3.7B: 51 I .ill take part P ART OF mi iMvta Hoad. St Joiapn, %  al i"< inideigoing repairs and it is understood that certain aactkma will ilso be renovaleit The Cocoanut Grove Itniol Q ill closed to tr.iftle tt! iu 'pairs have not ;-ei tvs,>n started ( %  ii:. am OM ii tii^ R| roads damaged bv hOoV) rain this soar Prultnil Kill I o being rapalrad, but ootnlnl being .lone to the Ch Read, t -i ll.l RIVOI.VIIt stulen from Uv I Hfc I lie Belleplsine Friendu S... „t. in tug the early pail of this lonth This report yy.is made to te Police by William U ,,.|| Wednd...v E ARLY yesterday morning a fire brok. mil latlon, Sl. Philip .uid destroyed two and a half acres of llrst CrOS iipo canes They an Inaurod and braung to USB OOVl RMT' Bl l xi -.u'.ive Committee TWK NEW Chalk> Mouu: A School held ils llrst Opt n PHaa Qivlni day on i UBOBW IhO dueition < %  ( the Hoodmsster, Mr E T H,j~ Mi .1 A M.iyni %  ... !r,i i I and distributed the prlBM I'h. vote of thanks was given by Rov c. c. M. Woodn it. P LANTERS and managi'rs who vUltod the City n were all pleased with ihe |...f i the i am On lold tho i'iw. iii thai i .me., !, reached gUOh I high Sat It would t.ike a Hood to destroy the crop. Many factorial an ogpartlna t" start grinding from January. This !• because of the food quality and quantity of Cg rOl.l.OWING PI'PII.H t Miss May Kii.ib. l-it:.. LodjR Sihool. I'lnl.-ld Slrret. have obtained Pllman'a Shorthand Speed OartlAcolei IMI wprda %  -iinutei <; Qoddard, H Doom E. Todd. .1 Wlikie. Rub] Cor) %  I Thomas Joon Guv. (• Evelyn, E Doane, J. Chundlei ami I' field_ HARDY ZULUS LONDON A post ..!' %  i| •• i wn.le to his trail. magazine rporting thai the ti he had 01 • iiddresscd to I'll Providing Hobnailed Etltu Women" MARMITE The Vitamin B Yeast Food Made in f nglanri WE ARE NOW ASSEMBLING 100 III %  .we CYCLES an. I Mlj hall' ihe ihipnMOl the ol add Soclet) 1 ii So highly ia England thnt Warrant, been appointed the i-eeiM-.l orders liitoliiig nearly HUMBER" esteemed in Makers have, by Royal CYOJ MAKERS 10 II. M. THE KING' Ud ey.r\ HI MlMllt l„ars the IflaifPul above the name pliitr I./ N i ir.u c roiiB OABBiaa IBIS MM.I iiARx OF q i A 1.11 v ma POH8R8HION i IK II Ii II Pl.ACRB TIIK HUMiF.K IN a OLASS Kt IVSSLP vl ba Don't Wail BOOK YOLKS TO-DA > AND REMEMBER ITS— HARRISON'S I HIIMBERS l.vll'n Perccalflges nj total acreage Plant Canes First Ratoonn Second Ratoons Third Ratoons Four"h Ra'oon Fifth Ratoons Sixth. Severlh & Eighth Ratoons tt ?> 33.79 20.38 8 19 I 59 0.15 0.05 100.00 'Of-#.#. HI mXAUHTRn H'MTM TME .Vfi'l* CJK. 2*0 r.c. VELOC ETTE TIIK MOTOR CYCI.K MARVK1. • WATER COOLED • HANI) STARTED • SHAFT DRIVEN • NOISELESS FOR SIMPLICITY. ECONOMY. COMFORT AND POWER l Ii....-.!VELOTETTE Dial: I'OI'RTEXY .%lt\l.l li;ii; :—: ROBERT TIIOM LTD.. Wl.il.Purk Rd. Photo Exhibition Extended One Week MANY pOCpla have visited and spoken of the high itandurd and quality of the Advaeate Phot.. Exhibition at Ihe Itarbado* Museum, the Director of the Museum told the Advocate yestenlai The Exhibition which ipoii.'ti a couple of weeks ago, will clot on January 8. 1951. insteod of December 31. 1950. an at first |>l"i"se.l Celebrate 1 Old Year's Night in Style FOR YOUR MAKE-t:i' IMS ARDENs


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P\(.I: six BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30. 15 {jj#ME A HMD' J—^^* P rifl(5i^|Jrt fjgP^£fHj-/l 1 ^ l i" 5 i3P^?4 fLuipeoal %  f ^B rz=rrr—^K %  lr gfl BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS j Saorta 3| GRATINGS %  •,t <57 HJery Prosperous SWeto ^/tar CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS •2 •9 COLLINS DRUG STORES ifnmiflpniiifffMf(iiKfHRfffff(snly be given t\ iheP"T*if L indua 1" l.r HI CTLIRDII 0THKUJ TALfl BUM M* M often owd to unart and Ai the Club Jim iaid: "You'f* -hc auar i day work Sometimei probabl) .uttering from a (ouch of levenhadtottaylaiflioeethnithcd eye ilran. Why not try OpirexT" Everything TOD and yoar DRIVERS wait in a track Mtrh >*iih r..iri.i v_ai-arrU 4 mulavd BaHml MM MM IKIT < % %  u..i *aUM f Ik* %  The Ne 5 ton 5 MORRIS-COMMERCIAL FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Distributor! Phone 4504 So I look Imi i ad*ke Fry da% "No rye lUftfea DO*'" I .aid la 1 I uatdUptne* wcahed a-ny d.n laier "Thank, to rog an J Opt rex' and ge-rn.. lonrt up eye muKle. CM ne*rr be without il aiain PROTECT YOUR EYES u,oA M K I THIS TUT aoftktrwtndu bMU IV bald la* colour It' ibr v are red or >rnd m tbc wrwaa btoodahot, V yw oeed treatment rtFF



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SATVHDAY. DECEMBni 30. IK* BARBADOS ADVOCATE i M.i srvnv CLASSIFIED ADS. TILCPHONC 250* IK INKS ..•i.peih*-*d wiir, %  oeer IX. u (hi •igi.rrt bra throug*. thlt ih all tlioee kni n*rm Cru. and iHim. _ul AHJORIF. F (WTT.lt fame*'. Hilda Foster H-IIM) -IIO FanUlv usln' W II SO Ir 1 beg through lh|. those .h> w. I FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE R Ford in up. in perfect workln| r thud |pTa, pr.re tarsia Apply .' VK. SI. Pa-let JO It Ml ir, CAB On* IMT MefJ '. i* i and main. 1,1 p*,i > .TI. r..1 baa B^tnaaan O .1 and Airy new. ihe Ft*.. S Brdm,.m. with running water. 1 famingand DVUg Rooms. Opan Vr'-t'd-h* PUicneii* I'.i liv T.'ilcand Baths. Oaieg. F. t. .,. and Water Service. Suitable aa a Ratal rrenc* or two -equate Flan Av.illabW Iron. Junuaral. IMI Appl> P EOlarkr* T Swan Slrret GOVERNMENT NOTICES Civil Service Examination Executive Grade The Executive Grade F.x mm nation will be held al Combermerr School between the kMUCI of 8 .1 in. and H 30 am. on the days mmHoned hereunder: Wednesday. 3H January. 1(41 Thursday. 4th January, 1951 Friday. 3th January. 1031 Saturday, 6th January, 1951. I. It b realised that some of the l.ovrrnmcnt Department <, noticeably. Savings Bank. Treasiuy, Post Office and Customs, will bt working under dlftVultie* (hiring the periods In which the ExamLiaUon is being helii Mkfl in.<.i-op*i .itmn of UM I'ublu Is asked in reduring as fur JS uossible the demands for sarvlM th.it may be made on these Departments during the periods in question 29.12.503n 22 Holidu. y\ a \^ vrii {HELIGOLAND-INVASION Believed Drowned SHIPPING NOTICES CAR 1S4S Fo.d Prelol Car. Nrw lyres Recently overhauled. Ma.M tee nal McKneatney s OttB 1' Waatinghoue* ras^isotatot ID CoMepot Refrigerator. Ill Kloc. motor and Compressor Owen T Aluli-. I oebuck Street Dul SSM. 1I In rURM TURE IX-KMTUKK Vn aM M..hoar. Tall Boy Apply Mr* Prablaa. Ba>lay. !•'..-:i as n.so—jn PlKUf \OIHIS NOTICE Will all vachi 0.0*,. d*„i,.. Wind tb. ipSI „„,. o( n,.tl %  iva ihrir lumn lo I" %  lar itarUr. u tin Pltch*r a, Co ^loaJn dal* Thru Good Naw and Soco-id hand Furniture. Laidari from SIS. Wa.halandi flo. Fraaara WO. alanosanv Vanlllai |SS.. I'.lnlrd r>i*iiuj Tabl*. 130, Mahos^n;. Ulnins Tabl*a from MS. Mahogan.. Cl.aliH |1S pair Birch (It Alao loll 01 olhar Furnllura. In oiolirnl tondlilnn -1 RAUni HEAHD9 Snoutooma. Hardwood Allay Phon* 4aa3 LIVESTOCK COW—Of* Oradad Ouama*< Cow to calf on Janoaay iba> 9th IMI. M plats iih laat caU. T*p*vhon*< SSJS7. %  ;;BO T TOWOlvlns t r I G Rlmpaori *i G*org* lly. Apply 1 l'laii1,.1loli W1!J 3n GOATS Kid Apply Char lea Ion*. Brldgatoon MISCEI.LANKOUS To Cnllaciora o Ra Book* On* ropy of John Mill. Piradla* L*-l n*arlv MO yaara old. ai Voluaaa 1 and It -ol lha Dora'a Oall*< Apply J C Millar Co Ahr. Barlay Kioad si. aa it.sa : 1 \lu.T' %  • %  riA'..>--. Mahopno% in Colour Tha hhopp*. M.idcn, Dreal I-T.VION FlllltX F1n> Flora jmt i*c*tv*d Thli •on and Rwlnsy Prka pound Dial 421). G. W. CO.. Ltd. quality I*-: !" Flora 1. claan. U cant* par llulchinaon a> IS It.St— tin CANDV Ft-OFT MACHINE Baa* to vork. Good prolltCan b* -**n at Rjlph Drard> Showroom*. Hardwood Allry. Phona 4Ss3. p> U m nlAMONTt HINC1 -Flv Bold TlBany aelUnB Wm Ian Mr Gr*or *lr**l Store :* ct. D Richard* SB1I SO Hi UDCSX1. SMOINE — Nallorutl VrrlKal Hrav> <-l*r rump inch Sue beard'* Showroom*. H, l-hon* ua • law 7 up. 1,1 ropn* nlao ,. fl RsiatB d-ooo AII*V. — I-odl**' Prettv Cotton Fant Colour* W 00 und The Modern Draa* Slicippe W11SO3n BKXM lor h.ilrhkna Croa* Whit* L*Khur.i. -'"I imported While Wyandotte Cn*k" Irrtillty p-uaraiileed. !•/• pan doieo Piai raat 30 II SO—3n G I>SH-Sparkle ataaand ragulai wlirdow |Ua lo flU all naoda. avallaM* BOW We supply VPlate OLaee lor %  how ca**a and alao estre lart* pane* Up to W inch laMk Dial 41B. O Kutehlnaon at Co. I .id. 19 12 10 1 Analal la "pan1 THANI'S Dial Mas and 8wi 14 II SOIf. Mul*. cart and hamaaa In war order Dial 409". gnarboum*. Two Mil* Hill. St Michael. 30.rg.S0— MULT; TRUCKS Truck*, one double, on painted, •para wheel Francla. SI. (Morse. J iimle Male fluta.', newlv O. A. CUrhe si hui as ODDMENTS ol all deaeriptloo Apply IK.I-I T AlldtT. Roebi*k Street Dial %  aa 3O12.S0— In %  II kinds. Prlea klnda loo a.u.M P..H.VASTNT aswasM |ilayer, and needle* of •1 Ol Records of al I1ARNES e> CO.. LTD. :.-, %  11: H.MM OATS -..i I-..II— a"d I'hlldrei. — Mais*. BTeen. blue ar -.hlle WSa and M aach The Mode l>.*aa ghoppe 38.11 S0\F^;rTAULE GAKDiaV EQUIPMXNT. % %  n mill, pump iir) lank*. Also jiilllfl plptruj and mesh wire in OMllUon Dial 403S Shertmurne. Two Mile HlU, St. Michael 30 11.58 Aa. let Reralla Selurdav 13th January. I-d Resatta. Saturday ITUi JanuarPTOYAX BARBADOS YACHT CLUB. T BRUCE LEWIS. Manaier at Secretary ISth December. 1PM M.ISSO 3n 1 1 1 1 n KOA ASBAUOH WMH NOTICE %  *• aaked to % %  that a* • -. k -ve mr v-ars on r*eVrara la very limited, no Chauffeur drum in will be allowed to park By ocdar of. The tommltiee of Management T BRUCE IJTWIS Manaser A Snirl.n. 2S \J SO 3H NOTICE IMMVUNB "BATBH BI'RTON I1K1T1SII PKOPEKTY KH^IITS AND INTERESTS IN YUGOSLAVIA ANI> CZECHOSlX>VAKIA Any British subject who is entitled to claim in respect of either of the above and has not yet submitted his or her claim theretc are hereby required to furnish The Custodian ol Enemy Property, the Public Buildings. Bridgetown, with a list or schedule in duplicate showing: — (a) Name and address of Claimant. (b) Brief particulars and nature uf claim. (c) EaUraated amount uf tl-im. tinClaaftadaM <>t Kiiein. I'rupert* not later than 15th January. 1951. clerical APPOINTMENTS IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE Applications are invited from male candidate** OQl] (M appointments in the Public Service. 2 Appointments will be made subject to the selected candidates being passed as medically ill lor employment in the Public Service, and will be on two years' probation The minimum educational standard which will be accepted is a pass in the Cambridge Local School Certificate or similar examination of equivalent standard Applicants should be not >ess than 17 and not more than 21 years el age. 3. The salary attached to the appointments is at the tale of $480 per annum for the first two years, then at the rate uf $t!24 per annur ng by annual increments of 172 to 3912 pel annum, and subject I annual increments of $72 lo $1,776 per annum, and thereafter, subjtx to the passing of a second efficiency test, at the late of 31.872 b annual increments of 396 to 32.160 per annum. 4. Applications should lie made on forms obtainable from the Colonial Secretary's Office and must IKreturned not later than 4 pjn. on Monday the 13th of January-. 29th December, 30 12 50 -3n. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION suitably qualified I HEREBY GIVEN thai NOTICE peeimni bavins any debt or claim agalnat or arWlrur the KMete of Krrrebic Halhia Burton deceaaed. late of Ih* carrah of Saint Mich.el In thl. laterid and formers of the United "tasea of America who died In thl Island on ih* lttn day of June, IM7 ..** raqulred to eend In particulars of their claim.. d„iv .iteeted lo (he umieralpied Tlmouii Theoptillur Headier. Ih* PublkTnnta* Ow Island of Barbadoa public Building i Brldgeiown on or before the nrd diiv 'anuar* IMI. after which date I .hall reed to dlinbut* tha aaaeta of tha de c a a aa d among tha parties entitled thereto Fiavlna record only to such Ich t ahall then have had -ill not be liable tor tha part thereof SO distributed person* of whoee debt SSM ..-11-ahall not thta ha I And ell ;T' on* lndet>ted to the paid eauta are raquealed ta aettle their Indeb t idaia* without delay. DatOd ffeJa Itth day of Nmernhrr. 1SS0 T. T. UBADLEY. PuhUc Trutee. U'cukri of the WUI of EmmellM Balhia Burton, deceased 17 ItJia-lii NOTICE will be cloacd I QUEENS COLLEGE "' %  H.ii.v BARBADOS BWI Th* Oovernora of Que*n* Colk-|* in. He APPLICATIONS for the p—l o' llF-ADMISTRTSS. which will become vacant In December ISM The new Haadrniatraea will he required to take up the appointment on lit September laoi. Queen's Colle|e la a day .ceondar. school with Its) sills on th* roll, and It aided by Government fund %  ord for %  rholar*hip and games and ha, s rlourtahliuf Girl GuJdi Company Stxih Form work reaches I high %  tandard. one scholarship and two enhlblllota were sained to Unlversllie. I' 1MO There It alao a Preparatory Depart' meeit. Th* Headmlttrrt* who should poeaev a good Honour* Desree of a Brl1l*r Unlvarilty and a TeacherDiploma 01 Certiflcat* will be required (o dtvot* her whole lime lo the school anil promote ouLofcIaaa activilis*. Thi aabry offered I* CM0 per annum. Of !,,. i -..MKSP WANTI.D IMMEDIATELY Compelml atcnearaphtT preferably with l.rrlencr in Commioeion Agency boslne**. Apply In person Room 304 I'lanlatlor* Ud. Building between • and 11 Ml ifuniiihrd residence In th< %  chool grounda which %  provided lo lha ." %  of in' lleedmtstraBB Th< IteadmlsUaai Is not a Civil Servanl but service Is pensionable under tb Ten r hr. Pensson Act No conuibu I Mini are payable but the mlnlmun qualifying period la len years. Servlr at Queen'a College la counted a qualit'lrur under the Ensiith Teacheri Superannuation Aci. Paaaage eipensea to Barbados no' en reeding CSDO Will be paid BSalhl approp'lale vouchers. A term's long >ave It granted every five year* request but up to the present no pseseass nancy I* available for leave. Applicant* should forward a stair men! to the Secretary. Governing Bod: Queen's College. C.o Departmenl i Education. Th* Garrison not later IhD Slat January, IMI. giving Ihe following ptrticulara— K Date and place of birth. 3 School* and Inliniil-, attended 3 Degie*. giving subjecu and cwt* ohU n*d Poe sredkfcete atudy. Including Teari.ar's Diploma or Certiflcat* A good esperienced. Cook. itant Eftaie. SI Oeorse SO 3 SO .'iMISCEUaANEOUS Singer hann IgWOK \.ACTi\ST. ,,..! he good -end WANT El' I Miehirir. of Ai.der. foebur Uf i Teaching eiperiente end position* held War Service Hi ar%v Participation In out .of Games i Adminlt M.-I. .1 Copies wllh date. Applications are invited from teacher* and persons for the following vacancies:— St Lucys Girls' School St Matthias' Boys' School (men and Grace Hill Girls' School Holy Trinity Boys' School (men and women) St. Saviour's Boys' School (men and women) St. Catherine's Mixed School (men and women) 2. The minimum qualification for entry to the teaching service School Certificate. 3. Applications must be submitted on the appropriate forms (E. 35 (b) for men and E. 35 bmitted on* of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter accompanied by a recent tentimonlal. J Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the stall of another hool must inform his or her present Chairman of Managers and the Head Teacher of any application for such a transfer 5. All applications must be enclosed In envelopes marked "Appoinftnt'iKs Board" in the top left hand corner and must reach the Department of Education hy Saturday. 6th January. 1951. 23rd December, 1950. 30.12 50—3n DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Wealey Hall Qirla" School—8t. Michael. Applications are invited for the Headship of the Wesley Hall Girls' School from teachers (women) with at least 10 years'.teaching experience. The minimum professional qualification required Is the Certificate A of the Departmenl or exemption therefrom. Salary will be in accordance with Ihe Government Scale for Head Teachers in Grade II Elementary Schools. Candidates who have already submitted application forms in spect of previous v.icam %  .-. (now lllleil) may apply by letter, accompanied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the Department of Education. All applications must be enclosed in envelopes marked "Appoinfmeiiis Board'' In the top left hand corner and must reach the Departmenl of Education by Saturday. 6th January. 1931. 23rd December, 1930. 30.12.S0-3n. VACANCIES FOR POSTS OF SENIOR MASTERS, ORAMMAR SCHOOL, DOMINICA APPLICATIONS are invited for two vacant pojts of Senior Master, Dominica Grammar School. ,Thc school roll at present number 150, and courses will be offered up to the Higher School CerUflcab Examination of Cambridge University. 2. QuaMflcafIons. Applicants for these two posts should hold a University degree and be qualified to teach (I) English. History ond Latin, and (2) Mathematics. 3. .Saiaru. The posts are pensionable. The salary seal* Si.920 by 3120 to 32,400. A cost of living allowance of ten per i of salary is also payable Consideration would be given to appointing suitable applicants at points in the scale commensurate with "b !" ir qualification and experience. 4. Quarters. Quarters are not provided. 5 Leave. Leave is earned in accordance with local regulations and provision is made for assistance towards overseas leave passages. 6 Passage on first apiminrrnrnf. The officer's passage on first appointment will be paid, as well as that of his wife tnd children of school age, not exceeding four, if they accompany him or follow him within twelve months from the date of his first appointment. 7. Conditions of terpice. The officer will be subject to Colon.al Regulations and local General Orders. Applications stating the applicant's age. qualifications und teaching experience, and indicating the earliest date on which he could assume duty, should be addressed to the Administrator. Dominica 19 12 50-3n AUCKLAND NSW /| Dae, H Twenty-two txttadaj nwkers g#** now believed *o have been orcw n'hen the passenger launc.i Ravtuai was wievked in a heavy a** 1 the entrance o! r.uiuug.i h..:our 180 miles southeast of AUVSL ind on Thursday i Thirteen bodies %  iave been idciiiiiiv i people still im->. drowned. Only one survivm ara reported. --Kruter GOOD START KIVERPORT. N S Lobster fishermen report gone trofssaineelhest.iii %  •! m Dec. I. The Ant few day asfgft i vccpuonall) -„,„i ajsfl "ii favourable weather botn about 200 lobsters each, %  tflasafl winds and heavy seas later cut this yield.—4CP> BANNED GOODS FKANKFCKT. Dec 29 The Marshall Plan mimtnc including, Wifsl studying pn>pc*jed new lists of banned strategic goods that if approved IKWIall %  step forward" in ending the) DO*a of illegal •aUDfrtl t" K_i-i aUlfOpt}, Allied officials said here In-da] Reutrr BUSY NORWAY OSU). Norway has a I a b .• u i shortage At the end of Sc|>tei ber, Norwegian state ggnplfjyiTagcil agencies reported 4.300 mine id filled Jobs than at the same thn In 1949 <•> 29 iiy for Heligoland to full" iii\ hi. puc'icc %  r.aler 725,000 TON AID Tlie UBJ more than 123.000 tons % % %  %  % %  %  %  Aid p i ..in a m (M n A P), I to Westeiii Euvcspg Qraeca, .n.l IVrsia Jiared IHT.OOn %  QeOM long arfaBI lo ine PitUlpgilnai %  gagtgff. TIMES HAVE CHANGED JOHNSTOWN w.,:.WlUlaa Williams. 88, reining licensee of an %  in this ivnliifc'hshii. fa-ajra OTIC,s.il.i btMr at lid, .about threv Mnta) %  p*nl TOOBJ the rjaw < %  shilling. sisrpfpaaea

EQUINE THIEVERY U1N1X1N Just after a circus pon> licke>i MrGrace Si.lne.', 'mind that a [10 d RtsaOnd "•'• ntUassseafl from fas* ring. "I'm sine the pon> swallow s*J it. s.nd Mn SldMJ "•hen l^.c iiKiniond couW iu>t if found, MONTBSAI. Al STHtl.lt nlW UALAAD IAS* LIMITS* %  | EMI M a -TONUARIBD" It etMdiilM SO ..ill Adelaide Jenuary 4th. Melbourne Janitorslattt. Brlahane January CO. Sydney February Ith Arriving at TrioMaal fir.I half Maul IK) Bareda Mid March. •t*i • has ample apace for H<1 Kr.ien and Oenerel Cargo. Cargo accepted on Ihrwug*. Bilk, of l-dlng with IransMunuti.t It for British Ouwna. Barbede*. Wind ward and Leeward Ubanel "." partuuLars appl> ri'IU>nrshK WITKY Si COMPAKV. LIMIT*!) The M.V -Deers-oodsrlll accept cargo end paeeeogeri lor tt Lucia. Grenada ind Ar.iba faailing FrtdaTSth M V far • IK. ndon 711. DK. Slit IXS.S. l-OIX)NIAl." Clamuw 91h Dec. !5th T>oc SS "INVENTOR" Liverpool loih Ore S4th llec ss Mi'i.HlnUY MII-I London 2Srd Dec. tin J SS. "INTF.HI'RCTKH" Uv.tpool 24111 Dec. 71h J,n HOMEWARD POR THE UNITED KIN0D0M 4 o3 V'euel SI'KilAUST" Ck M in Barbados 5th Jan. For further information apply to DA COSTA & CO., LTD.Agenta V 9nc. NSW TOMK aiaiu i J-* £ O Tliulln salU lit December arrive* Barbouo* Uih Dte*nbar. a/a ByUord sail* Ond December--arrives Baibedoa 1st January. Eagle it.upona available in London now for West Indian dollars are collectable in US dollars. Hank of England permits reinvestment of proceeds in anv dmm In AfMrican paciuits Trnta, New York! stocks are available to local Inv* tors wllliiiK to pay \b<11*;. premium nvii parity. Act DOW. A. M. WEBB. Stockbroker .13 Broad etreet fOr. Bridgetown. relcrees The Malenienl graph of H^ Itsched lo s coi xperlene* If anyi ate of fitness •e* recent l*stl *& a racenl phol" .phcani should b. rm( teller ol eppli 23 ' S4V~3n LOST WA.NTJTD to pur. all description App Itraai D*I I-I IM.H hXkM& REAL ESTATE BBACELXT On Decornber ISUl — gold Bracelet -ith chain ailach--1 ; between Jamaa Slroal Church, but stand i Probyn Street and National Paynt I Bay Bus. Finder arill ha auiuibi rewarded on returning same to BUI 1 Anthony Johnao" TulLeClca. FlU %  Villas", m Jamaa. n n Jo -*<' A OOLD In In • el reward. If ;o Advocal* Advil Dept. %  a is r^i J Si sail *o-3n MHrOgJI HOU9X". Pinion Street. Ih Ihe Und thereto contain..ig B.4** ft Cltcellant buitneaa site. Appf L. W. Clark" ai Co. aollclloe*. Janj*. eel .ll.*-n MEDALS Chrlstmat night hetwelha Aquatic J*iar. ftailroom and tl T irdsrtown Plara Thaotre—• ami white sfn< elope viAaddressed conumh l little MWoniu Medals only sentiment < a to* Finder will be rewarded r r (turning a-nsa to Mayers. Advoca Advertising Dap! 'l* : II1H11 MM". TRADE MARK CAUTION N'JTICF. IS HK.RFBV r.lVgK thai I C aarn Orchard Road. Croydon, tui r hnwnei. and esel.i'lve proprleon I JiP |g taNTac.o; lit. WITT a COMPANY. 1.1*11X1X1 I.........I Whi.lesale •-:-..n.( I th* following Trad* Ma-h— OINTMENT MANZAN SSAND DE WITT'S PBOPIBTY-Oe.e prop*rly at Dalh*ilh 1st r*oa.ot> riotfMS roofed house wllh elacirleii) D*i which it tlanda. Appl Seo„ Hasaiina L n MIIMI City Pharmacy pavement IfM of Ksnra Owner can have as"' and paymeM of that ad JOHN WILUAMS %  M n> ai ttm above norned C'.anpar been resjlttered In tl ~ Hrr MMHiHI.\ Timale-w Symbol ol all Romanes. ) Its aentjmant |, and comedy via to malco '(• endearing its .vivid action lanhancfsd In (color by ((TtKhnlcolor. Six year, in tha planning and •timing, the beloved glory Is produced to a now nigh in magnlficonca Wall DISNEY'S CINDERELLA Flooda Ih* roan wllh beauty Fills tho iii music ... A Picture your heart will long KKMl.Mnr:-: A PICTURE FOR ALL THE WORLD O LOVE lor by IHNICOLOP %  rr priileclcl I law In ceil i Mar> Slate*, and Uu__ I the said Trade Mark. IM >m al rhein. or violation of the right'.i ma r-*d Compant In re.pert thereof BrtthU Harbad— will be leal! h under Ih* Merchandise Mark. A last lo amend th. law relating to fraudulent mark* or II %  -wl-e a. ih. law 6 Dated Ihl* Stth day of Dec**nb*> ISM RRGINALD W 1.4KKEX a ro British and Foreign PaUnt ar.d Trad* Mat* Agent. Bl. Cns>ap*ide London. CCS. England. For and on tohaJfrf ^ QOUrA)n uurno 4 snows 4 TO-DAY and MONI1AV: 9.30 a.m. Ml, 4 I. and I 10 p m SUNDAY two shows 4 45 A R 30 p.m and 4 onlln.lnr Dally Akto lli. Color Short "SKA I. IMIVfl" PLAZA THE ATM: ===== HHIIM.KTUW\ === THANKS TO OS1 AMI ALL for your aplrntlUI support during tli. jre.r. vra WISH vnr A HAiTv AMI nossaaoM nn VKAS THE CEJWHAL EMPOMVM illMKAI. KOI Slim LTD.—Praprtrtonl ^M.WigKM|g|gN||||||BJK 1 WILLIAM IIKiAlilV LTD.S %  a %  %  a a a 1 I a a a a a a a a a a s We beg to thank our Customers und the Qeneral Public for their l)'i-tl si(//)Tt during the past year, and can assure them of our intention to continue giving the best merchandise combined with courteous and prompt attention. %  i I %  %  I a s a a s a I WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. I % % % % %  iiaKaKaaa*atiifias S 1



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SUIMMIIK Irrrmbrr .1 II IS. O Bariwtow Iterate Prirr: FIVE (OTS • m m JJ IJIIKKU.LV SPEAKING ty* i or ken. air llUKlini Agf |un< ivr*pi I>j e iMu.e.. in. rour. fgMBenit v_„ K.IK %  Ui i;irimi*oi j'^HlUllilll %  •*-•"> IIIC.II ^HB W*Ul IU -111 ..ill rtUH """^ !" *l'" _„rt sidr Jik, ..ml i lui £* hi Uw ""'• I" % %  -•• mi*** di'nJii 11 Jj^iB were dwtribuird U,, nr.l d.t. -I the dmr Ml 41 wt llir department'%  verier. •*** "vr 1MB dlrrleil to i'*teh linn i throw'"K "any thin* into ^, ,irwt Stationed in 4rilrgii s|i'lIhrmi8h.ui, ib rll>. ll"'^ •land on (H| d to nab iirTendrrs £pK and ld jlikr \\. ,,.^a herd that some i lat rraHv Itwpeetoe* laaini a lip nTflnllir tate pedl< r i B rt taBWuptoauI) hebtoi UfnP"*'waKIng to MWire MI lltleihinWe think 'he 'in' II in r*eellenl ene hut il %  i Imf Us ompliealloiu. CMuirtrr %  • %  ini inrf lhr plJEhl of lhr 1 .< Kb! arridriiull' drop* hri lie baiulK II returned nul t'h i r caUtmrv bew hut with i mmint! n't J goad thin* thai ikrsni'ic ffrumbi t,. thr W MID> aoutlawed *omr Una *i That will nave maiu in oiheTWHe unnu* prflinr. i>nVndei Rut It maM behoove uii *• towinr %  peanut to .> i tat %  .. %  %  %  the at I %  %  I nan and tae nonnaL bl Invadinj Chineae forrti hud not iiat thei 1 ^boui 300 milt Lhasa. It was not known hti %  ^e^rk^ ago wa bound (or India, or vhj %  |n Delhi country to f pa t o re |i UeanwhlU I i Delhi 9taleaa*BJi t Irom it Kalbaponi i .* ihi Dalai lor Pti'tti : I | I OT 9 -Kriller Free To Paint Mussolini Will Produce. Jets UUSTt >L Glouceaterahlre, Det 29 The Hi uToplatie < onipimy thai it *vill itch i ..! %  ,i ltd ilreratfi dlvin to tli' pr tductlon n ivULimt Vciitim Kingli • 'bill.' jCl ..' the irij'.' niMi'v % % %  '. s ., I.IIIV siitil H %  '" —Reuter. RAZIL WARRANTS UP LONDON. Da. Brazilian wiirranta ward to to-day on newt that % company hail thillingi foi i U 14 shillings for At—teeter BRINDLSI, Italy n< Franceaco Pittiundai". meal ;irttt. was free bode) M adorn Italian sirrets with as ifuaaollnl ponralu a> he liked A judge found him nut BUlltT or violatlmc a IM1 revindicetton. of Iwcban | | %  %  !, %  .. had challenged him to draw ihr Duee Soon live and lu on the ,,%  Bul th %  by pollee. In court. Pi DMeaoe Ceonael kj 194? law %  pplM onlj I S ation >f l 'mtisin HI unii. whereu drawing Mu llnJi bjagd between Santa Urn and Sam' \ ceiialnb conatltulad no Put!treeing hi^ plea 6 i.ii. Couneaj then produt of newttpaper cutwigi to prove rd %  %  P id. Mi lb* i %  :.. I %  v % %  'i Pn %  II. Hi %  %  ehi %  i inurtivr Spertiilor %  %  I : I I %  %  % %  %  %  muniit through aleloa i mi%  %  %  %  form I>I %  form^ of countei maxlmuBi >nooi i %  %  U. Nations Troops Pushed Back Ten N. Korea OFF "BO BO. yrterd*y wre 1). Dr J u Hi lvniir Colonial Ofllcr in London .tnd Hi B H C#D. W Tli. %  teerlBg thr Canl>! thai Wallah newspapers md % %  .,,-.,.-in.-v >.enprint n krOtrei with impunity. The ludgl ipeed —Beulrr MtHAILOV VtCE'PR£M!ER OF BULGARIA 'QUAKE IN ANTIGUA M Our 0i. ANTICl'A. h %  Tour earthtiuaki' tremora werra Don moat iwrely. Thej wt re xi lasted for 12 seconds LONDON, Dee 29 MlbaJkn h-* been appointed Deput] ( Bulgaria, according to %  Bul: %  %  : %  %  %  The appointment wa %  %  Ptemiei —Reuler M.islems C.tMiiiili. Bark In Egypt %  i i %  ater Pi Pasha a B 40t herhood aj %  %  Brotharhoi obeervei %  %  %  Brotharhoi membenihtp ol more Ihi %  %  U.S. Freezes Two Billion Dollars WA ; ne %  l %  %  %  % %  i %  Medical Chief W ill Tour The < .ariblx-aii I %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  TOKYO, Dec. 29. ^ORTH KOREANS have .uish.ni back United Nations troops 10 miles al some points in what tM The start of their great winter otfem*.'. Communist units were today reported to have pitroed ihmly held lines at I wo places in the east %  in sector. One force of 5.000 had penptratiM 13 I and further west another of 2,600 was from miles behind the United Nations line No Chinese troop! had BO fl v been reported to toe m action, but some obaarvon hart believed that Bttddtm break in the four week lull mieht herald cpected offenaiv over the 38ft parallel Russia-l .S. Split tlmost GerUxin \<>w o\ mi • SPOT %  %  i Polict* Search Lake For Mi0tng Stone %  %  %  e up late %  II \\ ilr Dead: down LaughsThroiigfa Vi %  %  %  %  %  t p %  Vusbie* \\ ill Keep Tnll Battalion IN KOREA li*>run Trial DIM In Jtinmirv %  i %  %  %  • %  %  %  It. Uf %  v Spies Sentenced i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  • %  %  %  %  1 %  %  %  %  %  %  i i %  %  Tito Wants To Be friend of Germany BELGRADE. Dec 29. islm roreign UiidaWt K.rdelj lold the Peoples Aisemhiv her. to 'lav that Marshal Tito's Government saw no reason why diplomatic relations with Amtna and the whole ihould not be resumed, and the stale of war ended before the sinning of the peace treaties Saying Uwt relationEva Spends New iear In Mendoza BUENOS AIRES. DM M "ron and hi. wife, I T? "t the N Mendoza. 5"the> will [ormallj !" "I the Ubf '. han been ea E"noui the country durina TOO FREE! Auntria had contlderabb n"pioved liic Mlniatat W ,^h, Oovemment consider. that before the peace Irtaly Md with Austria, it can undertake measure! to slop I of war with that country anfl establish diplomatic relation. It mi nol Ao.lna's fault that IK. trea.y had bo "Relations with We.:,many are also developmii parUcUlatly economic relations The Mif exists on increase ol iraanl i ol th.r lieace !:Kardeij -•!.< and such aolui Iher good results tor both t said. —eter 1.8. Lifts Ban On Mexican Meal WAM %  foot and moulh tlirouth 111 -. | || ouarantiinware lifted W-Hlei NO JOKE %  %  i K'liU i LIE URGES FIRMNESS LAK: Genera % %  urged the world in the I %  kj[rt' mM tage relaaaed hare Baaaar. %  %  II. ;u iif Appointed CJ, Of tCertva %  %  %  %  %  •\\-ii —Reuter dan** B.G. SCHOOLBOY XSKS> FOR U)CLT SCFFRAGK l PRISOMBRS RtLtASLD %  %  tola At I usly . ... | < .i ola< %  %  Renter %  drrage %  %  he araai* The delegation comprised A. tr %  i beri !<>" %  %  %  %  made reprex LegUlj.d tackled 24 hi QUALtTi UIIU Pr-KFOKMANCE i HI is II M y It IIIHIIMIVS sum i 1 1. '0OSI RALEIGH THE IICVCLi ALL-STEEL a Cave Shepherd & Co.. Ltd. 11. 12 & 13 Broad Street Distributors 10.



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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1950 Stop This Disgrace In The Boxing Game SWH I'lliBK U II SON NOBODY can hurl boxing except UM people m it i; has survived since first we had a British heavy weight champion, in 1719. Not even the aeid rommenli een able to keep more money, ond behoved better than any athlete of my generation. That he should now be exploited QubkA UHtum believe* that boxing's biggest enemle* are the peorle In ii He here poinu tw Ihe exploitation of gentleman!* Joe Louis for prqcU as %  10 UM ui nlrled p.i' N .i kind of unfunny howling disgrace rays dta' %  HAY ROBINSON, iraati poUDd-for-nound lighter in the. world today, and tiis retainer! seem to have a genius for insultinn tvatyone, Refei i ;. ii r, laid:— I Men u ho keep swlnflni I1 all % %  hope* w i —L.K.K. \ Trophies Presented To Tennis Players Trophies were presented to thr Lawn Tennis Champions yesterday at the Yacht Club by Mrs J. H. Wilkinson after Mr. O. H King marie a speech, thanking lawn tennis fans for their support thioughoul the season. Those receiving tropht< were* — Winner of the Ladies' Singles Mrs. D E. Wormc Winner of the Men's singlei Mr. E P. Tnylor. Winners of the Udies' Double? —Mrs. R S Bancroft and Mis* D Wood Winner of the Men's Singles— —Dr. C. G Manning and Mr. E. P. Taylor Winners of the Mixed Doubles —Mrs R S. Bancroft and Mr P Mc (i Patlcrsci. A Special Prize of a "Queen's Tournament Model" racket presented by Messrs J B. Leslie and Co.. on behalf of Messrs. SlaienE rs Ltd., to the winner of the riles' Singles was won by Mrs D E Wonne. while the Speeia' Prire of a Tennis "Hold All" SlSo prerented by Messrs J B Leslie & Co.. wenl to Miss M King, the runner-up in the Ladles' Singles. The presentations were made after the nlaying of the Mixed Doubles, the results of which were:— Mrs R S. Bancroft and M P Me G. Psjtlersen beat Mr and Mrs. F P Taylor •—1. 8—i Dauthuille Gets Offer TO FIGHT TURPIN By GEORCJK WHITINO LAURENT DAI iHUlLLI No 1 l >ii[hl our mi.luol.iet. Randolph Turpin, at Harringay on February 27 If he accepts, promoter Jack .ill u|| thai th< weight chaiTipionship of Europefor which Turpin is %  contender i.<: Brown Is W .il>-, American middle-weight Mel Broun has let it M known that will willingly step in wfijl Tut pin if Dauthullle i-umol i %  Blown back In England :t month, says he has side stakes available fin a Turpin ight at list. Ib. Promoter Solomons, who left ixi.it for South Africa with Hamptons Jack Gardner (heavyweight! and Don Cockell (crulserweignu told na at sTatettaQ tbsd he had coniplotol the arrangements for Cockail to bOSl a return with the et'loured v .ishall at Harnngav or. Ki'i.ni;iry 27. i ItvanfJ round dssquaiiAcaUon again*. Cockell last month, has brough*. forward : %  tight in Germany tallow hlmt.-lf li Msea ,d D %  UM Britul i. I s Standard Canasta By M. HARM5QN-GHAY. 20INB OUT 00N0BALID IT U SCHlOQl good Dotloy to % %  i, ... :., an oit Wil i a gon. riTBt Blld foroii-.'. iii" Uiuua of an en %  %  muu tor a aeooaali l<*ri U iiaimpurUUlt Ktatiuiisiiip to MM ran of Up \atirif ai;fl Irwirsfont frUU Hi'j will t> hampersd forola%  II i (i > Sou luar atap be boldIIIJ up oardi which m, <>• oi jour maloblDf oafOB. for Uu.u.ncs. rouhoid ; K. K. K. . |. S. S. I. Mar. Why Jack Holden Runs The Marathon Wm HAC&BAM NOT neativ enougfl nas bsbt'ti made, it appears to us, 4ori SSa^rtt?. if JSEJv 8P2S2ntftrr >UV ir-ali.i.nt %  lour life m*t b* .. Uormrrlv known u H %  mSlcal diaeokorr, I 'rraauro with I ha iiornieny armwn %  I(II>OII > %  • PENNA WINS 1ST PRIZE BUENOS AIRES. Dec 29 Jesus Peniia. partnar of Argentina's motoring ace. Juan Manuel Fangto. won the J.oOO.OOd pi so first priie In Buenos Alreti l'i tvinoa lottery lust night. —Reuter Brion Is A Tough Boxer Br SOY THOMAS LONDON. Cesar Brim, the Argentinum KtS^n/wtajrh) Iwxer. is scheduled o meet Great Britain's mm :ui. holder, Jack Gardner, in l^ondon next March. In tha evi-nt Brion does not Mgn the Bnal iiitreeincnt to mee*. Qardrji • thai Pron itat lack Solomons plans to bring New Yorker Roland Lastarza to London to test the British champ Brion. who recently antOJ the full distance with Joe Louis and narrowly lost thi would be %  tough customer for Sanaa* (in*Mritish iportg writer said • \'hv\ certnlnly haven't puked any 'push-ovi-r tor Oai im first right as chantploti, Brian || 28. stands 6ft. 2ins. and for a veinhe w,i. guard ., %  %  .•. | n %  ant rarotVi paJaea' Oardner also was a Grenadier —o when two guardsmen get together there should be a real fight with no punches pulled. I The fight will take place on March tl at Earl's Court Arena lefore a CapOOU) CTOwd of 10JXKI —IN S t, 'In rrtotr ti.-ijiilr/ nm mala. AlU u*|d only a King. n Joker U> in out vou nhould rajas* U?ior you BOSS SSSIf I %  OTMdfco Tltit 1h| BUI* upponanui.riilfi tHwf rlrmiiiiiannss 1-11 Bfiouia mkl u HC5 '"IJ" TOUT Dnttarn soiBBffi B.' I.'s. g. J D ktr. that, and things were eddyin along in the normal snk) the pleasant courses and tin pwas> un: speeches. Then the little Tipt-n S slu got to hi* feel arid, glint -eyvu. wiped the ioin|.l;ii--ric ft ever., face with as 'orthrigir tfcsn ol lusty M s we have henrrl since Walt I "Why do I run the marathon: lie demanded in blur.: voice — "just because 1 like :. think I'm as lit as TO) l don't dn it baca I like 11 I do I 'or my QPU There wasn't a line of that fatuous false modoty thai has beconii 10 reiielletitly common when III. ish athletes gel on to Ih Kiglil Type There A'ord ot it, and tn mild athn %  .MI. hidacc, earns of any aorl ilia; • aprcseni tl Sunn %  %  1 flghters ol the Holden calibre, better It will be 1 >T t 81 DMthlnf, he went SfTOtUJ with Biltu.h siio'i iot ruUaloM tfioufti %  tl tngSa running shoe ui bi tncmy. We've got to be Maybe the two ol the stocky, medium-sued gardener, list. whn locked most Impressed as m humped out bt> theory or ofTen,.. re UM IlKhters Eddie Tl Danny CBuMlvon, who aln It W.I %  when I woi uthlasa tar.ee running At normal trammt he runs 70 nvfles a week—this at the age ot 43-and as he comes close to a major event he ups this mileage t. 100. accompanied often oy his .ill terrie.* who lsn'< -inner an, aar i 4 tiiia n| in ih*' i tht skin ot the soles w* go hard that I couldnt burst th-. ttai how hard I them on the mad." The ligliteis paJad SOln —-id as he would say. laconically --•.'.wv. voo-^ We Can Supply The following >: FEEDSfcrFS lfll4. IM..1I J Arthur Poall nyi CUSHION SHOTS WILL I MIBVE VullR GAME %  Uic table i • %  i 1 .... 11 %  1 out or e 1 I USD* M Ibtri \\' I..Mill II. Jt !<|0 \h I--I 1 mint i.v •iniiin inu IMIIIIII nri In i iiiiia 1 -it lip •inri *. IIM-I 'lHlie> !• %  %  nfet* be .._ oiue after -King r*doooKer can IM-II •itn a 1 11 on i \ 1 ion -ri un an %  lib OlikUr %  ,.ii,.*l The Weather TO-DAY. Nun Kl*e* ; 6 16 a m. Sun Seta: 5 4ft p.m Moon (Loss Diniin January I Lighting: 6 00 p m Hllli Hater: > % %  am: *ll ii 111 VKSTI:RIAV Rainfall Kodrtngtoni 19 Ins Total fur inunlh to *riterday: ,1 MI ins Temperature (Max 1 83.0*F Temperaturr (Mln.) 7I.*F Wind l MI <. in. II i9 am) E N.K (3 p m ) E N F Uind Velocity: tt miles per hour Barometer 19 a m > 29.955 (3 pm.) 19 S87 I hev'M Do It Everv Time _L S A9COT rt>_9 TWO... D Z> 00 rJT T-l£ 6RAUO CA\YO*i CAUSE iP VOi £>i>*t you M/WE'.T ; X'. ANVTWlKfi-MJMFCW/sp I :RE ^?E \frCRAVr VEVBCRS (. TKE CW.RaDSW X.s^i4^ TP^BE %  fWERE"r*>ie VET THE %  ->sr FASOMTi^e CCXJfl-E AT "4B UOTEL'AUD WHAT A UQ T tL'. I WL* ABOUT B(jC nnilMlllli IIAt ONhn rmm VI SparUn at (|urcn-H l-ark i ..(.. vi. I'uk.M.k at Lodir I i. II.. i. v* u ..i.l.i, i. at Hank Hall BBOOND IIIVISION rmplrr tl i ... ,,,[ al flrr. V M IC \.. I ..a.i at Hrrklr. IU.il I'lrkwlrk vs. r.tllr* at KrnHlllKl.UI SparUn Old Year Nliht Dance at Dnll Hall. -. i rlaon. 9 00 p m I ml in t'lub H.li.r at Bmplrr I'avllion. Bank Hall. 9 00 p m Mub Morsan'l I 1,1.1,.in St • 00 p m. Il.ii.rr (j.uatlna Club, ('brim churrh, 9 10 p.m. Ilani-r Aqualir flub. • 00 p m By Jimmy Hatlo POP MtO MOM SURf ~P u.'E TO TALK— BUT X NOT TO EACH orueR-jJ. TUE ONLy "• -RIPBISMBUTV; KWTTAU. ABOjr iS TUE TUE THE SOUAO CAK TOOK MIM FOK A )N'T BOTHEC TO YOUR. STORM TUty NEVER LET VOU -'':WI, "And thr remit — riitu Ikrfmrit f ra w i u / thr first pltue—is x/tprrh." MAD! m %  _. INOtaHO $1.00 lor JO with a Cast of '2500 Directed by KING VID0R mere II nevet be %  belter cigarette duMAURIER THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP C I O A '. T 1 IlKIS^L'S HAYS I S



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECKMB n, M Ccuiib Qallbu} H ON and Mrv l| A < mg En A lo kpeiirt | their two .tnughtft-. B. G. TJVv will 1* rMun Jami..Net EzkiMtiM I M.r. n.Mhados Museum of paintings bv Rubei. McLev*i. The tKhlbftlon begin* Sitter P AUI. WII.KINS' BUUI All,. atnvM Fro terday via Trinidad by bUIA to spend a hoU< .ilos Short Vi.it D R PHILIP BARROW who w.een living In the UN frti years, la a professor e" Mediral School i n Ne> Ortaana, where tr teaches BurA' 1 v !" gery, betides being Visiting Sur•*• badoa is Mr. La i".n to gavaral other hospitals who aecoinpani<'t i,\ hit Canndlarj ** %  Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. King Dr rioyc-e went to Harvard gnd wite. arrived haga ., couple of formerly of Barbados was marrii-i. graduated at Yale Medical School weeks ago to Spend Chrlttmat in Kitchener. Ontario, on DecemHt it ivgular visitor to Barwtln hlb family, i„. iU s ,, rormeg 27 to Mr. Bernard A. Walhs and was hen Barbados Scholar and has beta s n "' M Jr and Mrs SUinli;. K living in Canada for about ntna WaUli of Kitchener. For The Racei yearN In Toronto, ha The Bride, a former pupil of t. e M R TTDpY ROCK who is with ls rtUdytng lot In. actuarial Ursuline Convent, gruduuted fro i tlM .... | l. lf( ln MC(HU Un.vers.ty lastyear witl.a Trinld... i iftarnoon b: % % % %  •• '' degree of B Sc. m Physical E-tuB.W1A | <">><> pae| to bo to Batbadoa ^JSJ^i ,s now " th < c n '"S HON AND MRS II A • week'* holirl . CUKE left yesterday by B W.l.A to spend OX dahghten In B O. former Barbados Scholar tioliUayifiK i' Married In Canada Wood, \C ATHL.EEN KING, daughter dlan **Mr. and staying wit], friendm Port-of until January 13. to to there ror Here For Two Months of the Cvofstmas KitiVINc; Race Meeting. /\ Wedding it wi A\ it .; 'light nras |fj I.C.I'.,' over for two mouths' holiday. rtall of Queens University. Kinj;iton, Ontario. The ceremony took place at St. James' rhapei. Km| stun among a small circle 0 (rlanda and the bridegroom' %  i Kathleen pmeilts now live n Manners For Women NEW YORK Emily Post mistress of manners—has Issued 10 "important changes in etiquette." dealing with ibjects as post-dlvnrce manners, posture and wearlne of hv females. The new set of rulrs w.is listed ,nne Kent, personal assistant to Miss Post, in a Cosmopolitan Magazine Articie. Thev are: I. "First-name calling" Is okay where it's taken for granted, hut position and age should be respected and children shouldn't call adults by their hrst names. 3. 'Trousers on women." Slacks are "not incorrect" dress for resort nrens. sports, and lounging at home, bill tTO improper lor city wear 3 "Tin younger set" (past ghteen) after midnight. The modern young woman and her young man head for home alone or with other young friends, stopping off for u late snack. 4. "Posture." A little more gracefulness of posture "would eliminate a great American eyesore." 5. "The typewriter." The typewriter for personal correspondence is now not merely approved but ] favoured, except that formal note* flnd letters of sympathy are better i handwritten. 6 "Manners after divorce." Today, many divorced couples remain good friends, or at least on | F peaking terms. /. "Women and nicotine" Th irodern woman reachcfog cigarette almost whenever o %  %  i ear she has the whim. 8. "Calling on new neighbors." I This old American custom is vanishing, but Miss Kent believes that "people's Instinctive kindness will eventually bring back the courtesy call." 9. "Buffet meais replace big dinners." The modern hostess who gives a dinner party can prepare ahead of time, relax, and ask the guests to help the-r selves. 10. "The declint of chivalry." Since gaining a more equal status with men, women no longer exi>ect deference as the "weaker" sex. Among other things, the old hats-off-ln-elevator rule has been completely revoked In businessbuilding elevators. —I.N.8. ituperVs Autumn Primrose—43 Jamaica Greeting M R QLENVILLE WH430N, v Mfer of the Trinidad MI Black Rock was married f 1 , V" i tired %  BCpben'fl Church to Mis '" '" firimth on Thursday afJj"P"lon loi the Wl tour to my was perEnfhtnd tie hopos to ! %  here fm r |~*HE West India Committee niyett. ''"' Barbadot-TMrddad received a Christmas card The IirMe wore a dress of sattn riirl v ,uxt w "' former from the 13S (Jamaica) Squadron of the R.A.F, stationed in Du Hotel wlin n Ua.*.-; ih. loo* skin Jnwwolonlol crlcketei Returning On Wefhieiday ornr bloi*om, ..ml Mi iS .IIMMJE HK.ID •' %  rrkd u bouauX Irl ,„„, daughter Knthlepn roM. while,;.., ,.,,i„„. ,,„,i ,..„„•„ „,„, ..., T son. After the oaren i n ception was bald at Wavall Hlark Rock Vitited Her Children M . an wh for i... past ihrot D %  %  %  Aruba ^ It .'. i A and an Royal. V' Raid i .uiin of Maasn ii I Robinson, Trinidad Thej %  n returning on Wedi England The Squadron have aakad (hat their greeting, togethci with their best wishes for th. NOW Year, be passed on to the pooplt of Jamaica. Rum For Chriatmai the subje W B3LI Jamaica Sc|uadron. I Bach Home A Mi %  B.W.M She bl gfatoi i;i %  turned iifterti I of the hear Hat they and their fellow Wosi Indians in the Trinidad Squadron again received t Christmas gift of %  oarrel of rum. Pre-cnUttion of UM Jamaloan barral was made %  v OlUcaplo Brothers, and the Trinidad barrel by Mr H Alan Walker of Caroni. B.B.C. Radio tnfwm SATIRIIAt nrcFMItIR W ISM ) SB. Th* NPWI 7 10 i. m Nr>w A..IM1.. 7 IS %  .m. Spa oirh>r. 7 .i '" From lh* Third PmKrimiM, 7 M i in In In hide. B a in. rrom Ih* Fjllloriala. RIO inn I'I.^I.KIU,,,. p.,tde kit ii in ThP IffOSlC nf Snl Phillip* and hw Band. S um Aaixly MitrPhrrMiii .it Ihr ThMtr* Orfin. %  a -n Clow Down •• noon The N>wi. 12 10 p m Nr Analysis, ills pm Dancr Muilc. 1130 p m. Twrnlv QUF lloni. 1.10 pm. Mat-Ins Rfinllt. t.lt [> %  Radio New*reel. ISO pm Aivlhlnu lo Dwrhirr. 7 p.m ThtNew.. 2.10 pm Hum* Nr*. flom Itrlliiin. 3 13 pm Whnl th.Li. t dor>r Dor-iiT! Kno. 3 .TO p m \Mhnt Aakv. 3 pm Sins II AII.IIT. 1' 30 p in Si->rl Rpvlevt. 4 pm Th* Nrwi. 4 10 pin Thr Dully Server It sirlh* up (he Mum,-. S p.nt 1 i.i.n ciu.ii... |,n1 n in Prmiminmr Parade. 3 3U i> in MUM. (or Dancing S.I9 p.m. Sinrrinc I'jwtnrrv r. :io p m 1 I inplr and the Vnmlvke Affair. 7 10 7 p.m. The Analysis, MS p.m, lUhimi th,. N, %  ; v. ,,,,Wi H 11 in Radla N I %  a,,III ,, ... Thr N.- r~M.ni Hit Fdiiotml*. 10 1.1 thine lo declare. 10 45 1 Net %  %  p 1} WIIli 1 lyiOUUI our .mr,\ %  %  1.(7, UM %  • 11 iullfll piliu OUI I Ill -I %  I. : %  IJIMLxu I D 11-tame %  R -I III. BIIH.I BpUl IM (3 noun DAJNC'K FOINIGHT CASLAUINA CLUB -II \hs A INA0U RBVn ALL NIGHT TO-MOKIIOH KKOM 10—12 I'M rillNIIIAIIS .KAKNII.K .STKKI. HAND llll: k \I/.KN.I.\MMKR KIDS JANETTA DRESS SHOP J,r %  %  MWSAM a 0 0,, to WW Hroad Sltrrl aTW I.I S1VK IIHSCSSI s 1 ''"'' '""" '""" %  In M^l.rUI. b, Llbrriy. .1 Lo ni |„„ UNC'.ERll: A<< K.s.SOHIES — COSMETICS I.IHAI. IIAMH'KAFTS Opwlltl JAN Ii.d. Ilolini: MONDAY lo FRIDAY till i„ — SMI RDAYS II 10 u, 11 SO 29 12 50—411 TKINLDAI) Sinille 32.00 Kelurn f 57.60 DAILY FUGHTS CARACAS •Single f MM "olura 1172.80 KUI-QUENT FUGHTS ST. LUCIA Single 18.00 hVlurn $ 32 40 FREQUENT FUGHTS Simple Patterns Yours to choose from at WHITFIELDS MKrvs gcitiarsjs i PIN STRIPES I Suitable also lor ladies' tailored skirts l BLACK CJ A n BROWN & NAVY 54.99 I EVANS* WHITFIELDS J Your Shoe Stores MARTINIQUE Single t 27.00 Kelurn $ 48 (• FREQUENT FUGHTS JAMAICA Single $10.00 Raeo ICI< lair teat u c %  %  ogaaasag n peck -w \ BMuas BMBT *• Kac *>.. zvvsr anccxAM. i FLASH EMPIRE CLUB FETE AND DANCE TO-NITE — r.ANK HALL w.lh 2 Houn of SCINTILLATING MUSIC by THE KATZENJAMMERS" and Percy Green's Orcheilra Afler k AQI ATI* 4 LI B CINEMA (Member.Only] MATINEES: TO-DAY WEDNESDAY iliia TO-NIOHT TO Till RSDAY NIGHT .H..10 . '-— IO I | *. D-l..l k, ... T„, (o : W^ "y < MM DMA An ACADEMY AWARD %  >. mr. GLOBE TO-HAV 5 & 8.30 AND CONTINUING Fred ASTAIRE Vera ELLEN Red SKELTON Arlene DAHL IIIHEE LITTLE WORDS MIDNITE SHOW TO-NITE 12 O'CLOCK THAT NITE WITH YOU FF.ANCHOT TONE and SUSAN FOSTER AND iff IT. BEG GLORIA JEAN & DON O'CONNOR TO MORROW MIONITK SHOW 12 O'CLOCK SIN TOWN& GET HEP TO LOVE Save Your (| Tickets and Win A Hamper i: Ml'i HI11. il. > 4.45 nd ft 30 and nuiliniiini: David O. MaaJgffSj "DUEL IN THE SUN" Starring .Irinilfrr Jones — Oregon Peck with Joseph Cotton Mid Lionel Bgrrymore TO-NITE AT MIDNIGHT SHOW MOM Presents "NEPTUNES DAUGHTERS" Stamng Ester Williams sad Red Sselton now To-diiv to Tuesday 4 St snd 8 IS M G M Smashing Double M.I/I.II. Hayden ind LOUIH Cslhrrn In "THE \SPH/\LT JUNGLE" and "DIAL 1119" with M^rnhall Thompson and Virginia Field TO-NITE AT MIDNIGHT SHOW Republic Western Double Monte Hale in— "LAW OF THE GOLDEN WEST" "RENEGADES OF THE SONORA" Starring Allan Rocky Lane And hi* -t.i.ii.ii! Black I.-., K H01AI. %  >vld (1 s.1^?, DLEL ^ !" ESW ^lurnnii •'•'llU^^ r, Jowph CMtoo ^ lta ^ %  ^M| ^ Trlplr AllTWtat AlUn KockrUn. "SUNDOWN K SANTA FT "LIGHTNIN IN m FOREST "UNM ASKmWNBAY "GS1T5 Rrpubllr Arllcn DwN. "LAW OF THE GOLDEN WEST and "ANGEL AND THE BADMA N" OLYMPlT To-day I IS uw l ls_ Tomorrow US ud in Flrsl lu-ulmnii c,i mM MM "CODY OF THE PONT l-.XPRESS Slam ng Jork WMihaoi-llldut Moor* wllh PerK> Stewart aod IliOke Faweeu. TO-NITE AT MmsiGrf SHOW Krniiiiii. Uncle Serial "ZORRO'S BLACK WHD?" Slamng I;.''-I -'i Lewis and Lddi MMSt, '. %  Bl M nu %  M %  In Wall DUney'i I'l.AZA Theatre— BRIDGETOWN Ml OWN I (RKO RADIO TO-DAY AND MONDAY 9 30 m I 30, 4 15 8 30 o tn SUNDAY II.. ti 8.30 1..MI. iaud ('onllnulni < i \ in: HI ii \ Color by Technicolor "SEAL ISLAND" .AUu The Color Short MinM 11 TO-NITE 3tth iiiKii Eadlo) Sunurl i .i.iilw MI George O'BRIk^N Ni .. ROSEANNA Mc.COY & MARSHAL OF Farley Gran,cr-Joan Evnns MESA CITY %  rUnoU I" %  RINQINQ IN THE NEW YEAR 795/1 VERY SPSChU. GtftTBW TO 0VI CVSTOHEKS & PtlEHDS FOI A fHappy and prosperous &Cew year! MOM PLAZA Theatre — QISTIN LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAV i A S.SB P M. iWiinrii .>oblri David NIVCN Jan* WYMAN in "KISS IN THE DASUL" and Cieorse BRENT In OOB. ui VIIV AND THB WOMAN VHIIMII TO-NITE SStk Lr<> Corcvy a Bowery Boy in nOWEEV BOMHlHILl & "LANU or THE LAWLESS" i"...iu i a i tictta THE BRITISH BATA SHOE COMrSNT i %  I. All; TV iTKr QantM) ST. JAMES TQDAt ONLT IH '* U. vj.Mi,HrMnaaMaKanannnT WILLIAM FOGARTY LID. INC. IN B. G. We are now receiving a Shipment of PRESTC0LD 4.4 REFRIGERATORS Will those Customers who could not obtain theirs from our last shipment PLEASE CALL IN AND BOOK NOW. IDVERTlW in the ADYOCAtf



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Ed* l' S ,mme K nter,DAV V1HI I! golden Fleece r*et hi truly t he "goldm Hen. programme la ha* fitiiPH •*. kite • thr (King Will Go First I f „ B.Wn.n Ni-.w YORK. ,1 become •* c .jrtil or eve ^jr. sport* m .1 national ?th me miliiui > nat-n JeUhcred in. ££ Uncle 9an* is going £ doves for cash. ihn ^Jlbr able io pack :> KU' 'tkav Samuel won't T^kidded u •so-r.'ilU"! rrt< %  i*ar echelons for the L-of the boys who m.v %  Lathe rfal imhtim*. iwmd. too. thai rZat to lighten up on Eh hare PBn one • *" TjL, Pitcher *lven *_—ly ber;, (drum fwk A Gun JUB, ear (trim, doe* n.t inan from hearing everyu manum-i %  % % %  %  '• -afvpnt him from pit.-iijtir shouldn't he pa. if jbe re5* of 'he toys '<"' r '•' j| Club back of %  len nuthoi I be fiven a rece* for ;i -V Garden iictually lost n the last '.ah'. F%  hea only a handful UlOOO to by the I B C of the Garden K would like' %  box ;rt '-'entirely In the Gai •rim could rill those date b year—now taken up In fact, the Garden h,os Bnflbt of convention rjctgerto move in if >><>>; tea out. npit nrkt" %  pvei u.s it i w condition as it is today r many reasons. main reason, of cour ( talent. rond reason la poor matchI and use of house %  ewlusion of othei a into the Garden. Financial; 'Jains Mr reason la the .... .. D sens*' amoiiK ::i ' if lighters who went lOO i:. the bfM oi It Kt their meal tickets, powers thai bo in tha ...uld huve you i-i,< v Wee to watch them.—LN.S lent omerpncea fur ihis M"Vr' —red to rv. nou. %  i. most of Southern Hom.... %  %  'ma for %  Urge prooucrr. L thorn Hemta •ai amain Bid If.ih I oiu;ini| ind for wool hu 111 BOO million pound* | Have risen to as *3 a pound for certain aylon-tyoe %  3 hut none h I nan is noarlv j.*, from' hta %  have found evi'torneaticated sheep aa. N IM Are The origin tavlng hi iri m Babylonin'l Ef-pti.,.KXKBADOS VOVOCATE PAGE THREE Bridgetown In The Davs Of -Philosophirs" m Bisnoi ,!,.„ Bnd WU ,wn Tax. I good mexxt. i. wn-r only ibout 100 cars In %  WTIacr. bugy nnd .rn, owner. Hunol looks I %  i • m.n win, o,Mn ""rs a khaki unirorrr work, wm n Bomt %  Hirnnl o5 hi* left tool • II when hi to KM from hopping tn 4 H's Behind The Curtain VIENNA i can institution u avei thajK orobably the only •'ami" organiiation Bourltfiina; behmd UM iron Curtain In th M in tbt thraa reai Austrian youngsters are 1-H\TS ra in the Mi .< ,i a bit. 10 tntun Yiw\ n..\ | ship but they have never banned 4-H It's IH) popular. %  "Unionnth" .. . .t. ., tl( ivn n,o t %  m k> .i..rtean .an•atesCultural ...petviaors tt nd [Jna aaaaaa Tba Jr r-val of 4-H nafl trom The tnovaaaani bafJM La th,%  %  • ^" en, f '" mountain lanr ?one. ECA dollars and the U.S. > 0lllhs ui me Russian Zon U.-N. Tr>p8 Pushed Baek Tn Miles a PNaa •*# t . i-an troops 'farhaaal aarla" arttl Ih* ..8ih parauai job", he said tonutht Ceneral MaoAal pointed aa hu AKte-^te-Camp Captain Sam Walker, son of the recently killed Ethth Am* Com. inander. Lieutenant General Wal n>n M Walker Captain Walker formerly aarva. n the United Stato. Man Infanttv .• body Of General Walker will bo saNaa • the United State* from Tokyo i ,w — %  Suear and syrup used to ie, Al:: %  ... %  eow-dr.. oMi Bisnol was a i 'i I irsnaporlai! %  "lembers ihoae day-.. Uten number, one ... a ear .-.it waa an front •OTM one in Nebraska. Prnnaylvanu North < Tir-xas. —IN's Trainers Up In Arms LONDON Jock--\ Club rule is brine " Britimh rmc*ho Irainrr. •€• ngkaW inUOnWd •> "lorcea UB in unu. Althouih 'lie•'"" '<•" %  ", '" ptvfH. u, !. ... %  !fear ,.f io.nu hU license unless tbey c)" to ihe rule a ractal he has soanelWnf like a regular which holds them responsible for potato lorco watching ever* 1 cooes of doping of IbOll human and every animal conneeBSSM. led with htm. In the paot iwo months Itaroo .. trainee have let Ihe'r licenseThe Jockey Club. how-v*r_ ofler some lorm of dru ha.1 dotormlned to clean up nors. boon found IB Ihe sallve or racing In Unlain and wllleoniweot of horses under iheli untie :o hold trainers.responsible J^JJ, lor the condition ol their liorses. Tho trainers -omptaln that th— %  N %  Barbcdoi Cout Sulion Ships ID Touch With •ft-al klUaa ihrouth Bktai Ma C*o! Station •i S l.i.ann llt'kaland. S *• Upaa • p SoA> K S s lag* •. %  %  ^ v iadt a-aitwov. nm. H V arlwa -. 1 Fair. rirkdl-; Nkdart1.il In UM i Buntbar %  none In front %  he Phoeniiffhoul the Medlti Spinsler %  unmarried ivoatiaa, Ii from ihe wool trada • Mi'%  I tha weavi i %  entlewo B) (Jiuttlo. m 1733. was the llrst % %  %  %  latch H'Voluilu:. I, %  the handin UM inou-: %  mimuls such as the ima, aoal ind Anaora 1. but by far the %  taaja comes from ba miKiern industry waSpain, homeland of the famed ,n.• In • of muct of the 200 I.. I I [ %  "••!' nand and iiabeUa, aoveri tha lima of Columbus. ; the Merinoi %  %  % %  itunaa wool trading and manufacture nave bo-n of major econionlc Importanca In Grea; Britain. S.vinlx.li/mi: thil facl hanceUoi ii the HOUAO ol LaRI'l -•uatomaril %  a, upon a i-Liilh-co\"erad sack n :iit: daj 'he Lord ui %  known llntry i 'in.' Into I in mm when Mi-nunfrom :he roynl flock of Bngnind'a Kli Inqnrted, Todi people. Sviliu v %  where the SOA ernment In reo n makiiit! laraa punlmses. World War II tha V. S tloti; at present the number is only some :*<> million. Eomomisis believe two factori an Uurgaly l,. for the % % %  • %  meal priota, whicl the slaughter of DUIU aim ". cost KB. TI %  a) wuoi produii'i amona) : N BJ he would have been a driver B as he like days, be does not : "Landaus" %  i i Mrreeati then of caniaai -ix paaaanaen soldom used foliation, bul coniTnlence When island in 18 used to rani tha There were not any uu panJaa, Men u>cu (i rlda tall In the days of trom cars And people called tiiem "Phi i When Blanol B with the Tram Line cloanlnK imm hue Hal job with the Transport Boa direct ear drivers where to park In the Lower Broad Sin iiiK spot . %  ; %  %  %  and tell the Irivei \ %  have ho!i Austrian %  %  ".me 1R.O0O %  l-H aaoaan. %  bur* H arc m \ [rowing %  mountain too Inen %  the 4-H trlni, three %  Twrj anunity. nalplnaj to hi %  %  which i II l %  %  i %  %  3. Thcv hel| Tveosiiro fro in Si -o l In in J THE FAMOUS GROUSE BRAND WHISKY | Sir Edward Frankland wm mmmg ihe jiru BJ JrirfcJf UV U7 of vtimcy, urhldl neian U Bar mms flVal aaaajBaat Jl aa j aaj ,,„• htU MfrdW. T%b theory pUpdm imfoiltm pmt at the mhte^iemt aaajaaj / raanhn T WiihSk (N u iaa — L*€kytt. Brirtth In oWaSoea. ar aa mm W air 11 in j *uhonms am > a> a> aaafaja. raaaaaaaataa ejvmr j hm*m -•in tmpmiy, mi \i i %mi u-kkk hemghthmm wi vh m t n ti ^— %  hVra mtOmmkmm, L*mc***x, m Wbj, Pi I I tw*> m m ji miitt J aViajcaf B, Lmammrtmmi he MM to ij*mm ol oW ajj of naaao/ to tmidf a nn ad ir ry. In iSjt he wm || i Hi i aw^sssr of ^hemutey a Owmi Caaajr. Afaadawrr. totm*** u Umim m *W. *W heU *?>***** MSi. boriUowmftHmmkm,T%et^ Inst,*** mi TV Rfol Sihool f Iffam Ur wm Ihiamwt of the OmnHol Soaety from tS?i-%, mi of ike Instimue ofChmmmy hmm i7J-*c>. ImtRoydSotiety awsririmm .(. htfhni honour—mr Coptey hleim— > cultural, hard hit bj tin. .'!' %  w*Ul its im-| attni the food I Before can used too big for this space," by glance at the car. %  %  • parked than Frmn the time he could remeiiil" r, tho-e ever gr een Pilots Must Give Flight Plans WASHINGTON, Dae. T, Airmen must give flight plans lor planes entering 01 adthln certain %  United Stwu-s undi a uo vernman! ordai which want into effect today. But the Civil AaroaiauUi A.iiniin-iriition who M tegulalion aid that anl would indelayed 18 daj airmen time to familiarise theni%  alvai 'Miii the nilai and tha a. axland iiiona ihe entire west coast, tlie ii AUantic coast, much of the Canadian and Mexican holders unu ''..illations. The regulation was aimed to help Air Force defence units identify planes in "security areas".—Keuter S. P. MUSSON. SON & CO.. 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OIL I have a remedy par %  sSBUano so many ililTeit-ni uteaV i remedy morecv.-r that really works. Use it for coughs, colds, colic |U1 boaii > externallv for cuts, bruises or massage in case of stiffneoB. And by the way. did you knowthat you could UM ui animals or poul'ry as wi-IT' In fact it's a complete BlM :iid box remedy for practical people. You can have the kweU -I Ihe Stan! Pure white Lux oilct Soap will enhance llir I tutol lieauty of yoer 'omplrxioi., Ir.ivr Voin .skin soft and .mootli. Jut wail) in warm watt* with the fragrant, creamy lather of Lux Toilet Soap, then rinse with cold. It it a licauly licalincnl in itself: so start usinK Lux Toilet Soap &MAGI HEALING OIL MAM HI II.IMOH. ion sale at your fl ,uie much. MAGI HEALING OIL 5**iiiwasTUKr:s *, %  > LTu.-.ag.n.saLaiaMi 1 cr9 LUX TOSJBT S()VP i FRACMNT WHITE SOAP OF THE FILM STARS



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BARBADOS t 1— rrtai*-. V Uaa *••— U BARBADOS AnVOTATF. '"' *"" I'M! MR, | AIADGSTE —f— -i Saturday December 30. 1(50 SM.AH TH rAnociaii. ally informed that the tttl pi Tixed at c.i.f. This is an Increase of £3 7 0 over thr 1950 pti Tu a rommunity with .'i population of approximately 200.000 almost entirely dependent upon Bilgar this will be cheering news. Bai Nadus has always been dependent on thl revenue earned from her staple industry for the maintenance of her standard of living and the cost of administration of the government. Oil is still a potential revenue earner and Barbados has not \?t been able t< lind secondary industries which will prowde employment for so many us the sugar industry. This satisfactory price is the result of long and patient negotiations begun in 1W8 between the West Indian Sugar Producers and the Ministry oi Food The original demand for a long term i ment to purchase nil the exportable sur plus from the West Indies was rejected bv the Food Minister and ..; %  • London the British Government agreed to an eight year period subject to annual revision Under the terms of Uiis agreement the additional E • the 1950 pi ieludes the extra cost anticipated in the production and export of the 1951 crop especially the increased COft oi hags which at one time were not available. The increase also wisely makes provision, in accordance with the wishes of the Sugar Producers, for an increase in woe* those occupied in the industry In addition to the increase in the price of sugar, that of molasses has been strengthened and ensures a greater revenue return from the vacuum pan molasses export market Recent estimates of the 1951 crop in this island set the amount at 175.000 tons. This does not in any way affect the price as there is no competitive element in the sale of this sugar to the British Government but at the same time il affords a greater margin for i Into molasses saleable in a market without a quota and for home consumption. There |i not all plain sailing, nowavei even with Q iy increase in the price of Rjgar and molasses. It will mean greater revenue but there is still some I position of bags. These ire necessary for the export of sugar Li bulk shipment has not yet come to the West Indies and they must be available In quantHiM adequate to the I M lured. At present there ppiy of jute tfaoturo in India, but the job oi for the remainder of the i ready ordered, is in the capablf hands of Mr. A. S. Bryden to be hoped that they will arrive in time The question ol the uniformity of price betwe. thai ft! i Weal [ndlei and that of the Commonwealth countries, according to official %  ourcei remains to be tattled by the Ministry of Food. Health For Tin I'oor THE tha St Michael Mtdtgal atocltia] Buildings during tlie week is another step by the Vestry ul the parilh to cater to tlir needs uf the poor. The centre has been set up for the conveniei • i k poor who need medical attention without basiig conSmd Aimshou.se It w„ in ||„. past for all IhOM whi needed medical attantion to : 0 t" tha Aimshmise where tha parochial medical olBeei man bad toi than It entailed al linns graat discoml they had to travel long distances. This will now be avoided. Last year provision was made for the appointment ol a third p.M.O Attendance al this centre was set out as part of his duties and now the Centre has been erected Than will be a nurse in attendance and every la.iluv civen to those who need attention there. The St Michael Vestrv deserves to be Mended in taking another step in cauirinc to the needs ol the poor of the parish. OLD LOWS ALMANACK PXOPHCC/CS 'SO? /.9SJ (luatemala Hot Spot WASHINGTON, Dec. 38. Guatemala, In Central America, i .i hotbed of Communist activity Ited States interests. In <*uiit-?tiiula the conmunists bold that they threat%  led the life of the American Am%  Mdor, Hi. hard C. Patterson Jr. I'h.siti..i|.]. was M> grave that i Ouatameli Qovenunent deanded Patterson's recall on the .etext Ihwt this "meddling" in -•ernal affairs endangered his BY MALCOLM JOHNSON INS Staff CorroipondW nla 'FSG). led by the vociferous Pinto Usaga, and claiming some 62.000 member.Pinto, who has made violently anti-US. speeches, was one of the principal backers of Col. Arbenz. Washington refused ;terson — officially, to recall that Is. The Venezuelan government now in the hands of a>Junta headeu by German Suaxez Flamerich. but the Communists, while officially outlawed as a party, are still busv 'ing hate against the is As in other Latin American countries, Ihey attack •American imperialism." American investments, particularly in oil. and lh> lfni. BO^-r %  0l th n %  aOV ' %  "'the biggest customer for rtl and American capernmcm Lb exports in all 1-at.n America. al DM large Invi Through the Federation of Latin "* tno "<* biggest cash cusItanana PlanUUons, Railroads, American workers (OTAI.). I'-nicr in the world. Unlonlsta are Washington notes that the Comdeveloptng in the early 30'.s. ;l!.i.tlls Th.* party lirst became legal in 1945 under President ledlna, I'uw,., |.|..„l.. I„l„naGuatcinalaV tr.id uonal Airline, and Shipping. iimiiul.-d win the World Fedi-r„„„ %  „ „,„„,.„„. In Venezuela beatlon of Trade unions, which Tbeso tnleresta have been purtinA. P. of L, and the ci.o ecuted l. usually idenlii ,t .is PltP (C) meaning ConiiMinist. The PRP (C) is now the only remaining legal party dominated by Communists. Its chief strength is in labour unions. Communist Menace (auses Big l!i.\e In Defence Costs OTTAWA. National defence in 1950 thrust aside any Inaggflel restraint and became bin and costlv business for Canada. It swirled far ahead of all other types of governn i ture. As the year ends, the era of tht $1,000,000. (t(f0 military budget is only three months distant. It will come with the budget. A sombre cabinet. fucmK up tu i world in crisis, has said it will It came fairly close in 1950. For a year that started off with a relatively modest increase planned for defence, it came startlingly close to the billion dollar m.?rk. Il started off with a $425,000,000 defence budget and ended up around $850,000,000. The reasons were obvious and threatening. They could be compressed into one word: Korea. Or, going deeper. Russia. The ramifications were more complex. The ixtra $440,000,000 voted hy parliament at its, Kail emergency session was needed largely %  not for Canada herself but for her allies. Thej government, accepting Canada's "interna lional obligations in a two-fold way, got) SilOO.OOO.OOO to carry out a programme oil helping arm Europe. The Hist shipments, spearhead of equip( inent for a division, went forward to the' Netherlands late in the year. An equal, % %  mount will go to the Netherlands or an-1 ther Atlantic Pact ally next year The cost of Canada's Korean activities was placed tentatively at $50,000,000 for the existing fiscal year. But the programme was broader than that. It called for acceleration and expansion all along the line in a field where costs have become staggeringN400.Q00 for a single one-seater lighter plane. Korea was behind all this. But it also had its good points. It broke the log jam in Washington and opened the way for revival of the wartime economic integration of Canada and the United States for the purposes of arms production. It brought intenMtied drives for the St. Lawrence Seaway as a defence project. It spurred civil defence planning and brought the green light for communities to start getting ready for the worst. It electrilied the movement towards integrated western defence through the Atlantic Pact. The biggest costs were ahead and late in the year cabinet ministers indicated to the Federal-Provincial Conference there is no way of telling just how large they will be. That would depend on the wave of crises breaking around the periphery of the free world. But they would hit at least $1,000. 000,000 in 1951-52. bringing with them highr taxes and blows at the civilian economy. —C.P. to D. V. SCOTT Ac CO., LTD. TO DArS SPtCua -. THE COLO NNADl Tins OKANGE JUICE Tins I wins TOM.I I s 11..IMrEWANS BEER Usually a H a %  5% ZHappy and j£Vi rosperous .(tin use of rited as a the historical for Communist expluita|itv to the United N | Mexir, classic causes tinn of Btatw Public activity of the Communists in Mexico is not important, s Washington, but they have ide inroads In two classes—the 'IhtaUectuals" and the union ;.| M'l Sometimes, according to students of Communist activity in LaUD America, there seems to be a halr-linr difference between the strongly nationalistic Mexican revolutionary ideology and tha Communist partv line, insofar as they affect relations with the U.S. AnotiM. factor which helps s '^r^'i:;;:'^^:; 1 ,;';^ wonders whelhei n..ti„halislkfeeling. The i.u poimcally indebted to the tional.sts. wh.le .mil-,,,,,,,, .ppoae resent the economic control ABMrloan companies Waahlngto lyl i oramunlsts, will dare them after lie takes office Tn;.t In i, key question to which WashmgtuM awaiM an ailtwei situation ii belnj wi Either way, as Wa-.hing\ 'Ml IK> playing a dangerous game. If he goes .dong with the Com inuiiists he will play into their liiinds and may become, in effect, a puppet President If he oppose*, na rtaki poaslble revolution, Ihougb ii is presumed that he has enuugh mihury strength to handle any Hod uprising. One greiit source of Communist Micngth in Guatemala la the Ti.nlc Unions, which were urgan" %  i .mil ar cqntraUad b> ComRHinltU "ith tha help of party followari from Mexico and Cuba i' are approximately 80,000 i.nioiuied workers. The largaat group, nioMly industrial, is the Kederacion Smdecal de GuatetuBritainsEconomic Advance LONDON Britain in 1951) began to pay her way as a trading country, but rising raw-material prices and a full-blooded rc-armament programme permitted little relief from austerity. In the first six months of the year, the country's economic climate changed radically and remarkably. Almost without anybody noticing it. "boom" began to replace "crisis" in talk of Britain's external economic position From January to June, the sterling area's gold and dollar reserves—so low the previous autumn that Britain drastic-alls devalued the pound sterling—rose b>£262,000.000. Britain herself accounted for only £36,000,000 of the increase. The rest was provided by Marshall Aid and increasing ;tcrling-area sales to the dollar countries These commodities sold at booming prices prompting economists to warn that the increase might be only temporary But production in Britain wai up nine per cent, anil the country seemed ready to reap the bene lits of post-war efforts, smis-' Then came Korea. The United .Nations' Mexico And Venezuela tarlei In Mexico long BIO recogdecision to try to halt aggression meant bietfer arms programmes Stockpiling princi pally by the United States, sent prices ftoeu ing. Britain decided that rearmament and the dollar-export drivenow finally gaining real momentum—must share priority. Bui there were difficulties. At the year's end, some manufacturers complained they could not obtain materialfor dollar industries because of the switc. to war production Diversion of manpowt" posed similar problems c.P. The two, however should not be confused The strictly Mexican revolutionaries are strongly nationalistic ;"' metal enfniMidly to American capital In of Mexlc i. but they are not Communists. Ebe communists are seizing Among the organized workers. Upon IBM issue by agitating Mexico of course has the most strikes .mil ciKouraging the powerful iiro-communist labour threat of axpi i latloti .i AMI. 11 leader and organizer in all Latin can InvertoMata, just as Mexico AmerlcyVicente Lofnbardo Toleexpropriated oil resources yeors dano. ago. The Soviet Communist Ico lor_ nized the country's strategic imMenko and Venezuela are Itn|*rtaiicin the event of war beUgieaily and economically im tween the US and Russia. IMirtant to the Unlltd 8Ut. yet Accordingly, the opinion of inoountries are plagued with vestigalors seems to be that Mexiiltcrnpt.iig ro ] ong „go became a centre of relation* communist conspiracy for sabotage, espionage and concerted efln thU —rioa „t W~IA .n-i. ?9rti *> engender hatred for th. 'So all our friends and Gmtomtn WILKINSON & HAYNES Co., Ltd. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. %  m Phones — 4472, 4687 14 U & 1251 a WOT ICE DA COSTA & CO.. LTD., regret Ihe Inconvenimw to their importer friends and customers caused by ft f congestion at the slcamers' warehouses. This is on account of causes beyond their control, and steps are being taken to relieve the situation They request that all Importers draw tfceir cam with as little delay as possible as further arrivsli ait expected shortly. DA COSTA & CO, LTD. and Our J5es/ 'Wishes for ^Prosperity in the Coming ^ear \ DA COSTA & CO. LTD. both ''omnium*! influences to undermine friendly wiUi us. Latin American governments ia I>esplte steadily improved vit.il u ihicountry, Venezuela friendly relations between tha hai underfoaiu cession of revtwo governments, the Communists olutlong, culminating last month have succeeded to some extent In in the %  uf President this objective Carlos Delgudu Chalbaud. INS ; 1 >2^MUMaaMaaaaaaaaeaaRai OI.'II IIIAItlllN S\\: ilemen lisd rendrre.1 t.. W I IH,h,,,„, ... I'rlckt-i Apiareoilv u,.. 11. .1.1 %  T It .i. I, } ? fter 'I"'""""! %  • COUpla vl did nnl u. the KMSSalty of re oiB ';'"'" "•' * f,„ „hl ns to Assistant Manager and Baggage. .h !" . %  "' xvn "''""' "i 1 nd dramatic proman in assisting ihe Warn to pil -!^ "! ?v OUr "fders who i ml, to be released "V the tidy sum ot (12,000 toll,w.ii the conduct of the Wc.1 Hiroughout ihe Islands simulPress Release 414 not nantti a i rkkat Board .,< Control laneously. fact that all the I would mention for the %  nation of R.I P and othaar removing tha %  •„, Kban li the 0) Hi, ffiff tfj!, U "; ... of Ihe ,cred and £ %  £ v 2S. re S lvc I I, Hoard rh,r '' ,-rp m n > ,hor .gotlalTo,,, "••"• ol greal,,„ %  ., .mtns sign, muat In. %  . iJr.,.lC!" urse. dear reader. If "' r "" ,l K Nuol .„;",,.. A, >-• •—. what look place in Tr idad a few months ;ig". mu.-t hi %  I portaiM omissions of great lnteti has been characterised as aurpris.tutocratlc and absurd deahngiand ateal flowara aa soon ing. impertinent and ungratefu. will no longer be tolerated. are placed on graves From a recent communication There is no Insular feeling when it is made I seriously suggest that Worrell, clear that until we are reconciled Weeke*. Walcott, Marshall and *w, to l*M f... %  that the money is the Goddard should stand Arm to?£fSSrSi , 1 r f n J v >"i ,""• properly ..f the Board, and is now gether. let Mr Nunea come out of S ^SfitTK-^ K b I !" '' .i in %  ,T,m r r *.-h| ? h who have been choaen to Ii best In the Interhall not D the spoils. The time has assuredly come | %  id his stooges must be that hoi "ii no % position la forthcoming to their tad prank*, such tery Act whereby a greater „ meamre of control can be atOraropa ta.ned In combatting this nulsTo the Edilor. The vtdoocate— UM, However. It Is to be regretted Please allow me i %  i"E the West Mr appearing In the Barbados Advaeale of the Hal under the caption and subscriUvi i>% n i f requested by this individual to trie Cemetery for tha coming festival of those children who frequent there I meterv should be devoid of the elementary princi I decency as to -nake neeos\ fdflc laws for the control ractice B A HUL1JM. Superin t sod—t A, T Waatbuor Cametary aoaad. %  i ,,,,1,1 Braid Hunt Top Notch Bass Mumni's Champs*""* I.oui. Holders I na"" 1 %  !'• MenlM IMllrh filn Tuhitrc B r Shoaldrr. I'oekUII Sausaiea TuHIr 1 SOUPS isaasts Tasjr ii,l, and Beef _^Seot K.olh ! %  %  aaa s^parasaa %  Osiari 3 FRUIT in tins %  Osama %  3|Onsp~ %  .1 Pr^r. SPsasehea s>|AaTsfss %  gMmsnroeii %  Ormpe Frull llearu, .pole. PHONF. (.OIHIAIIII S EARLV ftaanasktfMnanMaffffafffi'*" 1 DESSERTS Ro) il I'addmss Vanilla. Ciaa sM, (ho, l.l, Jellj I'owders I* fU 9 an Marsh Msllous LIQUOR DEPTA/le, Your tMPM COf'll ssmt V1ELLE CURE



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, A 1TP* T DECEMBER m. )Ka More Acres Will iinHiims \D\-OC\TK rrr FIVE yield 1951 Sugar Crop "fflST' ACCORDING to returns received unBStTc. 5-j5i'5a-ig is liar\-esle total for Uv month perio,! Januun oer lso is Hpproxiit.atciv :2.B; %  J" % %  COBUMlCd wit] inches for i he rorrcspondinv penod for 1S49 It ls ., uia n Iheuver.tKe total fln period ft.r the last )U0 y* wa 55.0S mi li. Overhaulini* All the nigai (.,. island art now ovotiu .1 rnadunery m pnparatioB for iincrop which is likeh to next month It is understn January 8. while n number of the oti* hopmif bo start on .lain Tin1 .nips are not ripe at present, but thL> crop is P0 big that an early start is neces%  % %  H tT bafOffl the rainy —MOB ix'Klns and capses the cane.. to rot A detailed statement of the ucreUMI and ratoonr. I,. tM harvest)-*! hy plailtdtions (Ol over 10 aereo) In Ltao vartoux parind durinstho 19SI below %  nothoi Mi t.f Ihr op 134 Vaccinated THE number of peopi atcd in the island since the OBDV mall pox oegan was rapffTtrtl rottaitlaj' to be 4.411. Heturn* at tint M.O's offlce showed that 134 people were vac. Michael yesterday r also showed that 89 an mated in St. George, and 0 in r tt-ntn-s %  *•' %  Optnod in thoac parishes. DM lirrdge Police P0 topped the St. Michael centres wterday This contra got 3" and next to it was %  Girls' School with 28. Queen's Park received 22. the Parochial Buildtnus 13. the C M.O's office 25 the Baby Creche at Eagle Ball B and Carrtngton's Village. 2 W.C.C. DOUBLES DONATIONS THf itanoa bold by too Womonl Canadian Club in February has been so succesaful that the club has been able to donate twice UM %  mount U) UxoJ < barlUoa than they have been able lu do ID The Club bOJ also made iU 1 rsl ionoUoa of $100 to the Y.WL.A. Other charities receiveti the following, amounts:— K.riuly welfata LcMuc H,V. OtHlHIll'Ilu.lit.1* Old Gentlemen' llutur AHiiBii lion* kim.nl tie l*til llantanrt 1 b 11.,M,.. 1. • uu %  Charliie* Irtihwaiu 1 %  ll.edl-1 ChrmeM Lrn..a som. I S)l fraul ntl t Ambf H CUh Bo*i' Fund Ml nerRl" Bby Cre.hr Uoudwlll l"e gSfr~5S' Hon.. s! Philip Htto WelO. M Ob ,n %  ". ,n %  •> .„ M .•!, I-I ju 00 ., -, OB I M 00 M 00 : uo so on 3U Ofl W Wi M 00 II M 40 0C ultural *t\ which w ira uM whi. rtor a lapor hod Thinused t. %  H. N I %  'Tain In a health, atate thai Ita m bom Asked by the Ad> % %  lMai|gaJ as held and the So%  1 I'lrnrporat•"I III LooeoOh Imamc its presi%  uell Mrs Ji.hn Wi lian 1 WM the tlrst hon0 1 'hat Mins Enid Shi-ph.-id now tills Petrol Knlion I %  .,, 01 k. i-\|.lainiin! Why boon lapses in holding exhibitions: during the a blamed it on the rattoulna of i>ciio! Holdlni Li %  calU Idbttton This enn '>m> iami 1 Silver Cup presented I si, .;, hn Wi IcUnfton when he Of Barbados for rivals growen who are DMrnba ol the Bodoty for the D ta *on in Claases 5 and 6 Class B r orns and I'laiit' in BOI %  %  Wild Guesses, But One Was Right Mn I'HAHI i . St ThoiiikS was -hr subject oi 'l< .\d\ifale's %  Johnaon ol Sutton Barbados' Sea-Bathing Incomparable EX-BANK MANAGER AFTER I sence. 1 Lu Ruth Michael 1 No for thai 1 UM i.i-igeii from a I Krigjanti nut poltt %  • %  Tii.' wrong gax 1 H WilkinM ' P The Karl of Athtone was anaOthar popuiur guess and this line of thought was probably responsible for some guesae* 'hat placed the picture as "Sir Ronald Trio" and Anthony Eden Unvernon had their *h It M Watson. ho opened the Barbados bram > -^vernon had their srare ..• f UM Canaoian Bank of Con rt*! A 1 1 Sir CharleW.-llrv. K.C.M G and "Gov t-rnor Blood" had baOBl weHl. One that was haidl' 1. I9S0. has returned Barbados for a hallrJa] Mr Watson was manager ... the Barbados branch until 19211 g 0 "*"' S*,?,? Th Ut S left to take up an '"*"? %  ^SS" 1 „ appointment a. man-, 3 thej The HorthW-W \ IlustarnanV nd has atnoo then lainod n C. Portier. Ltd dtstrlbutOl 11 1 >rpni-nted • in Canada. leaving Burba* i> % %  part of %  "and I have in Italy .out Ofhaa famous liathiiiK places but I havifound nothlni liiire with thn boOkoj bkCUrUoa of Barbados" Mr Watson said that than II evidence of % %  •UMIIITIIM. prufrnai In n*nty-flva yaan Botti wan being paid nnd the peasants' houses were UdaM Mr Watson is fathe: L A. Williams and his wife and %  home of Ml A William. He in vod henon n 1 %  -. ad vin tie middle Of Kel.niaiy ..f next VPR during Mi he Is now six > .11 barge ol the textile labu atoi %  of .1 Canadian Rrro Mi wot that than should in.1 future fo Ha wai certain that more trade bOtWI • 1 wai w ould % %  should be ihlppad '. Dalglani fnrn the Waal Indie, end then.. tO < ':in,iili Thenwen tOSUl with thi the T r..\ 1 to Canada and Other business llrertlv as well ah Mi neajerti 7V.>. Charity Group Semis $1 9 200 far Poor T HE I'NITED MOOHH I %  cmsldered the needy b) them $1,200 111 local i il The money was sent %  W. Harvey Read. WtM will .1.-tribute it 1. > pariah wOl aftai For its own 'h-inim!. 1 laiKc gifts of elothea, rood am A few months ago If %  I I ...ui a visit i" Barbados^—hi> homeland—and In %  :' matter of then ,• MI { M r4>**iinq\ fa 1 ma m \ H JASON JONtS & CO. LTD.-Distributors i PURINA CHOWS \MMMMMMMMMMMMMM1M For that rich savoury flavour! T" 111: HHM. KISII ule Dr H A P Con and Mi .1 A of tho *Baj Ltai A guess that was perhaps the Inn the cornpatlUun started wii> one who ITUHBO tlie man in M Kaili.-r n,' in.%  One that .-ertainly ran this .1 very k lose second %  Karlnff" Sir Bdward Cui Ad man" names f lerlnltaly Ihli Toui 1 HM 1" competition remarkable for some "t "• .nesses submitted to da'e %  Uarge catches of flying fish wen Maikci Wednesday and night people 01 aid %  till arm thali pnpai Bah Tl-.e var 1.lso did bouKht then quant ItM lb %  %  %  %  pirr: ritA* KS ., dun ,iii A few .t si Andren 11 U start la* WILLS ADMITTED TO PROSATE His Honour the Chief JudgJB, Ml .I, mute in the Court of Ordinary yaatardao adnuttod '*> probate the wills of the following: Robert Richard Edgccumtv Chellcnor late of St. Joseph. AlexFive MonlliFor Sheep Stealing A foit> %  %  1 labourer, I ;.i.d,i Haynai ol Parrli Gap, Bl tfli h...-i. by His toi ihip Ml E \ aft i-eod. 1'oine Magiatnta "A", to live months .mpnaonrnenl with hard labour. Haynes wax found guilt] of the, i a sheep the EN K.ntha Kami lueii at M The offence wai eonunlttod an 1 hwarnbar is. Haynes has four pun I victioni KM Uuoanj and 1 tie was sentenced to 12 montha 1 impMsoiiinent with hard labour by Mr. H. A. Talma for Raleigh ineycie belongthUT Eastmund. Filled hr Bodily lliirm A innof $720 was Imp 1 I 1 Miiijouine Hnrding -' V labourer of Ford (lap, Britton Hill :,-. HJi W,.i hip Ml H. A. Talma (Ol inllntiint bodily I1.111U mi < .Hi Thompson rfovambai I /.V./7.T Bugs Of Flour tdmWtkmi YESTERDAY \ uppl) of i:t.i :n baga of lloui %  9 Mormacland broughl he upph hrom I s Vari \mhrrsi :t.nou bafi Itom Ma* Vo|k u an Ivtng b) the Pert Viiiln-rsi %  A s Bryden ft Sons Ltd. while Morm^ilaiidSon A Co. .. neraJ tradai Ltd bait 1 horn Ltd.. Mesers Kmch Ltd AS !' Ltd 1 IVlng horn Marm: 1: wkfaOB. V011 .. r. do so much with Murmiic in sourw, gravies, sauces and savoury Jishes and Marmite Joes -* much 1 or KOOJ cookini; MARMITE The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food Made it England under Wickham late of St. Mi. hurl, and .lames Al of SI Mk AJao adiiutieii to prohnto was the codicil of the will of Ernest Walter Williams. late of i Mlchaal. 4 "CINDERELLA SHOWS A DAY t'INDEKKLLA" OfasOSNI it UM Brtdjotown Plaza %  waa at 9.30 a.m. followe.i iy others at 1.30. %  %  i a. 30 p.m. The IhenLre anal pckc\i at ail i. nt %  I lit .i TII and 1.30 pin tho crowd eras. Idran whlla adufl %  udlenci %  altandi B N p.m Mi il it Edward) ,,! the Brtdajatown Plaia u Id baa lataoaasa ya at ardaj thai %  | ihOWS 'o I day. was The) no "OtU Very Owr at ihna day. n i i' .1st.-i.i thai The Coooanut On ,e not rat i Mds Jamegjad %  Road A 3: ( .-.i.lhKk Rl MUM i: %  tho Hanapliinn %  month, Thiep n I bj w i %  h E AKI.V yeotai (. % % %  %  %  %  st Philip ind ripe cm bclont, to 'hr Qovi %  NEW Chalks old lb %  be Heed niustei. Ml E. T rfoj 1 and dlatributad Uv i ACRES St Michael Christ Church St John St. Philip St. Joseph St. Andrew fit. Lucy St Peter It James at Qoorga St Thomas %  cenlaijcs oj loial ac-aw Plant Canes Fitst Hatoons Second Ratoons Third Ral Four'h Ratoons 2?h.lSSSlhh Eighth H- Photo Exhibition Extended One Week tcrday. The Bshibltlon wbii J couple of weeks ago. Will do on January ft. 1951, instead rOfLL HE DEIJVHTKU THE NEW CX. WMTH L.E. 200 VELOCE WATER COOLED Dial: HARDY ZULUS I :,. hi' porting Hi had Providini Zulu w,„i i,.ti,.i ., • %  'i'i i Hobnailed n-oUi lor So highly II Ihc HUMBER" cutcamed in England thai the Makers have, by Royal Warrant, been ippointod CTCll MAKERS TO H. \I. THE KIM IIIMUKK %  n: i ai...'. -' the name-plate NO "I Mi:n I Vi I I. CARBIBS nils I?HALL HARK OF Q U A I. I T Y I'HK : [i '. HI >Vrl FCH PLACBS .III: HUM1ER" N L an 1TB1 l.r "CI bo Don't Wait — BOOK YOLKS TO-DAY AND REMEMBER IIS— HARRISON'S s HUMBERS HEY ,t Itfikon dial Celebrate Old Year's Night in Style THE MOTOR CVCLE MARVE • HANDSTXRTED SHAFT DRIVEN • M.R SIMPLICITY KC..M.MY...OMM.RT AND POWER Choos* VELCKETTK CeOsTESV f-AHAfiK ROBERT T.K.M LTD.. Whit.• l"..rk K.I. FDH YOUII MAKE-LI' I'SK ARDENS I l.l-ANSIM. I REAM VELVA CREAM MASQUE SKIN ANTi-'.viiiNK!.;; rnavm NOSH HAND 1/JTION SPECIAL EYF. CREAM I'L.TRA AMORETTA C11EA.M .-S %  NKIIIT ft DAY BRII.l.l \N ENCIL ,' LIPSTICK ;; KNKiHIS l.l. I'lHwniv & (ily Pkaraary •Yhead all i.llu-rv in (JL'ALITY \\ .lilnblf in . own I'MtK STYI. $6.67 & $7.47



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER .u, HH HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY "~ CANT 3£ _•.. -."Cv\£C %  --.naSCASE! MELUO' .E SEM-\K ' A.>ONE MEBi? O^f"? ""^T^ k~ OLO SOOT' 3EE..TM s i. S BES'W \5 -o cv= s\E T-S 77-v cg£Egg BLONDIE -: THE LONE RANGER "***. 1 f WHAT MADE t ii. WAS SO — "7 HUNGffV ? < i* Y \ BY FRANK STRIKER %  -'= „ %  > .. BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS %  %  I I0LB-- >"~ S ICO ARC -Mff OKjOO H-BE'6 THE TE*J COLL A*?* 1AJ LfcFT OJ THE TAafc-E rr uew UNC*?*? A oe-** ^ nc NEXT POfX' TVtAT fXTRAtgOE-TM6S6 ABE TEN 0*S HrE --MJ-C WU7 A TEN-DCXLAW Bt-L *' ^ -' %  £— %  .1 RIP KIRBY LAfiT TiMC I =OMD A TENtAXLAV '..= MAN ft -.. %  t.-v.ia-,, CHN CA.Y TE^J OXLAWS. I "£SE NOTES A-.B A-V PFCOBRTY' KEEP VOuQ BY ALEX RAYMOND NOTBSON BTSONE: o -i .SI 1 .-W DOBPE / THE PHANTOM r — I ftW£*rY wONT BE BGSED ^W3fi8V*,t WTH MV TAUT, fILMJ, unat •ANDTWS^fWERE HON0&P1C 16 MV NIECE S. HAVE YOU HERE, PIANA PA1MEPJ MKC MWEK THE WARPEN. f-> MENAEaOIN6JN1611*A*£MBLV BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES 1*1*01 *W COME MML WITH N IfOR VOKI'V MOVIE*. I SEEN HER ffrWYSXYlAHWEJlEAaSEr NOWWE Wi/TVIFONLV 1M8E1 THE /** a.., r; • %  hristian Srirn.r ICt-ading !!imm %  WlK Houn. 'TMIETR rood Inoks tell you they're/< *f r.>fc. 1 on know, too, when you look at the price tK<' al >" '"n*! ft liner value. Illustrated i.i Ian Oxford hoe for Bova and Youth*. Tied in every pair i the John White Guarantor Shield UM i^n whirh mean*p$M right 7 Look lor it in leading ntores in Barbados. made by JOHN WHITE mesns made just right 10 .m.—12 o'clock I t S.turd.jT'"* I L h """ '*• ""Ma I I '%  '' %  "-rsjtf i % %  Jji^ilor, A, e W ,r eoai ,l 'U:. t ,0„ Mw)| ^?^;Sfe% l help 'i !" or *y***m ttttly. g.m i, „ pn3r3?5 • mi no harmful or daoftroM tiMrf %  aria in 1 •y. io and rout Ir-tdaw ^^ i Bi.rti killinc 1R# nmi .Met, n „„.. *UM at -.rrA proapcla If.? !" •fl UM dpllc*.. ._ taMa in* —1.:. nnn. \ P>A#-^ by D*ton. Cfci-H, M %  Iflll and. r.Santi (u (..in / a % %  u-iZ U-n I !" 5, /OP w ,-,H,. r D *^* WM#T. CyM>i Ui ortrd .if* *, ,_'? GudraitTcod to Put Yw D^kt . Of Mnty tch toamr Oi it %  Uioriami— C.MPI U lumrMt^ito-ii, TOO Iffl yvanayr. Kraaaff. lM-iUf In avtiy (> H H S3 1 t>ac ii rou muni pacK.< AC. Cyst ex ia*cfaaj|r||Dr lor K I 0 NITI I A DDII .-.J.IHIUMATIW 9wuWe thank you for your Patronage during and wish you at this season A I'llltsi'i itOI \ MM 950 TIIF. ADVOCATE CO., LTD. Wf WISH ALL OUR GREETINGS CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS 31 'Very Prosperous SVeu; ^VW S %  STORES 1 iHIHBi COLLINS DRUG CIGARS in good handi at tne Port of London 1 Jcic fan ec Cigar* un^' r> wcii-liinK \indci II.M l -St-imi iupcrviiior.. IV PI.. \ -„lccw iralT ha> %  %  at ihc Trade > wnufiwaw i u; ii on ihc bandHef, rw 1 %  I %  %  ... Cigar, anJiWMui %  %  eonnaiu by a apcil beg'vcnb I HI IP. Ill CTLIN0I1 ovnnu run nsmi: The New 5 ton •prlaauc eau. ipn^, i acskan a* anafllu weijhi a. io ir-j To*ja dtaau, d-attaaarf lo -I - .j f o*.,^ MM* Krar aaar ha* a -.utoarih . • '" io oavraif .1th fc ll J t (uij r ^J,,, owr rougti Hound. lar-,t ( |, dnvucab uwulaaad ipw h-at and


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i.m'RI'^ I>r(FMBr M. ltM CLASSIFIED ADS. BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAC.F SEVEN TELCPMOMl 2 JO. THANKS % %  — M than" *' %  "" %  "a "ii* 1 %  ""^^ %  allis. Ceida and letie.. i arlUi %  a n> KKJORIF Frwrmi i lathe.' Hilda Pwlir v* won family beg through thi wreath. >i U wti .\pirMf4 •yrnpathy in t b*,i.i*ni*-nt caused l> ihr p* ^ %  Oft* CMICMIOW of Mount i-f K", 30 13.SO *, sr-^ ion SALE AUTOMOTIVE m perfect .„rkn., Prtee 8315*1 Appl> H IVtei 38. II. SO--3n %  -rjr^e IM7 Mercury u.. food ^ raft"* "• perf. il limiting "AW'' Central Auction Mart. •ZJTL.*, Dial 3T43. "•^ JS l SB-*,. STONE Suitable for Pu-i Hail y.m KriutrN-a *•*. %  v 3 S5JI %  OMOALOW Bungalow i ^.f? 1 "* **A 'IS"! P-rtleular. Phone " FTOBI * lurtheT 11 er. SPBBS-L"lSi55 %  OP i v-llable j a 'eale Both Apply i Hoad S0'lSi Beach **f C.-nfo,..,,,, DuV-^.-TS One* Suitable u a Re.1Available 1 aepar;ile FTat* Car I Ma,. i. .... In'" —. 1-i'll 10 ,| in be prm.M iwnm ELECTRICAL NOTICK GOVERNMENT NOTICES Civil Service bim ation--Extensive 0rde Vlulfi-S" !" 0 !" Gr d S ">">.U'> "1 be held .1 Combertnexe !£2 iSSLf hour %  • 8 m nd • %  — %  • * — Wednesday. 3rd January. I5! Thursday. 41h January, 1951 Friday, 5th January, 1*31 Saturday. Uh January, IBM. !" ,_ J' r ** ,1 ** <1 I 1 "' rie ' 'I" Government Departments, noticeably. Saving Bank, Treasury. PoM Offlce and CuMoms, will be wondnf under didlculties durini the periods in which the Examlnaon is bam held and the co-operation of the Public is asked in mnuclnj M i.r „ possible the demands lor service that may be made on these Departments dunn, the periods U. auction 2S.ia.50— Jn. BRITISH PROPERTY RK.HTS AM) INTERESTS IN YUGOSLAVIA AND CZECHOSLOVAKIA Any British subject who is entitled to claim in respect ol either I the above and has not >,-i submitted his or ner claim Ih. hereby required to furnish The Custodian ol Enemy Propcrl>, the Public Buildings, Bridgetown, with %  list or sehtdnll in duplicate showing: — (a) Name and address of Claimant. (b) Brief particulars and Batten .1 .t.im (c) Estimated amount o( claim. ...nvhip u c L'liilr.l Kinndoni and monweallh) u( claimant. 2. Claims must be received by ihc CUaBttSafl ,.l Km-im Property not later lhan 15th January. 1951. 22 Hirlhhg Vkkm Believed Drowiied BAUUW Mkan ^ii now bellrvM %  > hsva ;•. c,l whm HM DMMHp< %  •Mri was *rwk*d in %  •1 the entrance* of TM bour 180 miles southeast of Au. -. land on Thursday rTtfting Thirteen bodie* .• fw have been I the Bin people still missing are believen drowned Onl> n reported. HELIGOLAND INVASION' | A party ol eiglv %  .tiui who earvaded" the North Sea Island to %  Rrulrr SHIPPING NOTICES w milllpa Radio IMS. Conmla inoato. ,iui lllh P""*-"P For furthrT "suhil Phon 3tM. 2BH.W 3i. "tSlVoT Wr.linal.o. RWnttri ..!.. %  ColS^ot R*lrlt4ilur. ill Blw I.M ad Co">pt>r Owen T Alldr. ,^rt SH-t Dial 3389 t*r. Mantr. Pltchrr e Clomaii* Co Bti f P.,.. H Rlali ] office at FURNITURE rvwrruHx ver? •a. an Apptv Mr.. P %  I Uahaaaj *bla. Kaylcy-. Z8.12.5U -|l OaM Now *nd Socond hand .. Urd*r< rrom SIS. Wa-daiand. lo nut ir OB. Mahosmny V.miiin SHS haSal DfosliiS Table* S30; Mnhm.nr HM Table) from MS; M-hoiiiii. ^in fu pair. Bitch SIS. Alto Iota ol I*ramlturo. I" exceltenl condlii.n mm BKARDS Showrotima. H-rdThii.adaj, 41h January %  %  All yachli fliiUhlnv In 11 H'r. will m n A I "' "* "id of ih* Snip* I ir *"*""* %  ""' r < ih raniaii .," d ****"• S-"u.da V rth January, noVAL BARBADOS YACHT CLUB T BHIICB laEwis. Ma... B *r ft tam Sth LVcemh*r. ltM. i'i :. %  .i i : %  | LIVESTOCK OTT-One Grided Guert>.*v Cow sif Jauruafv ID 5th lMi. JO pints aA M call. T*lphono SSJS7 ij>V-Glvlng K pta t D G Sitdpat" *""" | BJ 00AT8 — I Kd. Apply Charlei 5pi Bridget"" MISCELLANEOUS %  on — To Co Hoc 9MU On* copy of -rKi> u>t neai ly "oo %  VWuaw I and II -f tiie I Aasty I C. Millar c o A Broad 3l re'a Gallrn. x BnTie. X m its -ft CAM.TON PIANOS Tryplcallaed almjaU*.v in Colour The Modern Diet. 30 IJ.50—3n CrTLON FTBRX—Fmquality Caflon rtbrt ]ait roeelved. TtiU ribro Iclean. •at ind aprlncy Price 14 conta per •Mad. Dial 4SB. 0. W. HutctUiiaon a. Oa, Ltd. lB.l.S0-t( n. CANDY FLOfT UACHINK Ban to nxk Good prant Can be vecn al %  htph Beard'* Showroom, Hardwood .UJry. Phone 4SU sa.U.SOIn HIAUOND %  n n—r iv Sloe* Id ct. tuid Tiffany aaWng. Wm D Rlcharda Mr Grejor Street. :!0.12. 2" DsmL ENGINE %  % %  %  1 fl p :.*ibinal V*rteal Heavy Oil Engln* alao "-ier Pump 4 Inch SucUon. at Ralph BMrd'. Showroom.. Ht.rd*'>l Alley. „ Utl %  PO -" DfUSSis Ladiea* Prettv Collon Dretaea All Fast Colours >t>uu and fl each The Modern Dresa Shoppa. SO 12.903n DOGS for hatchlnf CTOM While Leftotnt ind Imported White Wyaitdolta CK" fertility guaranteed. 10 p*' Dial 33M. 30 13*0— Jn 0AL BASRA DO a. YACHT 11.1'B NOTICB Mernbarar o .^^ to no „ h> onrhlna; apac* for Car. on New Vrarl ev* Ivery limited, no Chauffeur Mm Cars will be allowed to park By order of. The Commute* of Management. T RRfCi: I.*;WIS Munager A Se.•retBr^ 13 s ,in NOTICE aasaM af APPOINTMENTS IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE Applications art inviU'd Fran nsta cmdUmim onlj for iiencal appointments in the Public BBV-VIM 2. Appointments will be made subi.i' la ttM -ik-cted candidates M*d .is mcduallv :it f,,i ,'inplovnu-m in Ih. PUbUt S<-ivu.', and will be on two ymnf probation The minimum educational standard which will ba aecaptad is a pass in the Cambridge Local School (:• %  ImiUi ix.irTuii.iiuin oi aqulvalMkl standard. Aiapaseanta BteaUl IM aol kaiii tlvu :~ and not notw than 21 years of age. 3. The salai'. pointBNBti la %  ) Hw ratt of $480 per annum for the first \*\<:,<<. than ..i the nta >>f $624 IH-T ..iinuin rtaaBg by annual uacrarnanta ol ^T^ to $9\'Z pa ajuiurn, and annual mucmcnls of $"2 to tl,T78 pa* annum, ami Ihciraftfi. -.ubject to the passing ol a aacood ell || Ihc late of $1,872 by annual increments uf $96 to $2,160 per annum 4. Applications snnuld I* made on forms obtainable from the Colonial Secretary's Ottca and must be returned nol later than 4 p.m. Monday the 15th of January. 29th December. 30 12 50—Sn. GOOD START K1VKKPOH 1. N S Lobster Ushermeo report BOO* 1 catches s'li.i season Dec. 1. The hrst few da\i were exceptionally good and witl favourable weather boau averaged about 200 lobsters tea winds and heavy ltM this yield.—stP> BANNED GOODS rHANKFltRT iv. The Marshall Plan countrti u'ciu-iniK West OarmarQ studving pn'poiw lists of banned strategic goo-L* that if approve-!i step forward" In eiuii: of illegal exports to bat Buropo Allied oflW i re to-dao Krutrr BUSY NORWAY Norway has a shortage Al 'liber. Norwegian state BHiployment agencies lapoftaxl UOQ more m ihar il Ih* • %  '!'"' nW in 1949—wiea has more than 72S.OOO tons of 'iiilitary equlpmer-ations this >ear unu%  : i| Pato n ca M n A P>. HaAatq Scott said today. Parata shared II tons and 60.000 tons wem lhillppine#— Reater. TIMES HAVE CHANGED JOHN8TI rtH N w William Williams. 8fi. 19 tiring HI >'' in thiv Viiln i %  sfaUoi when I %  iCP' "Nt*MI I -1TI1* I.I A M<" MALAMll UOIB LIMIT* n HI -TONUAH1HO la eh*dul*d to jil AdeUld* ISSastVjl Mb, Mrlttourne Tanuarf ISUi. IkrUIMn* January nth. Sydnay February Tth Arrletng al Ttlmdad Ant Kalf ISarch. ItSl iu.r-*" Mid M.rvh HI I haa ample apae foe H>'d r)oan and Oener.. Carga aeeepsed on Uuwua* UUU of lading wUfa tranahlpananl al Trl.adasS for Urn 1.1. Oulan*. Barbadoa. Wlndward and Leenard li.nd For luriner pa.rtK-.ilar> Vt'KNTSBS, W1THV Si COMPANY UMTTKD Tr'nkUd. Si DA COSTA i Ltd., %  Daararood" will B.W.1 SCHOONtlt OWNERS ASSOCIATION. IM. Telephoa**: 4*41 HARRISON LENE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM W<*-| Krm-i leaves ss IIKFENOEH" u.iMlun 7th lie.-COLONIAL" .. r.lasjow Mi DM ss "INVKNTOH" Uvrrpool IMh Dae. S S Mi-I.I1K.HRY IIIIJ.' U.ndon 23m Oeo. SS "INTSRPR1 Liverpool Mth Dafr Due DaraaiM 3lst Dee. •5th Dee. ^4th Dec. tKh Jan. 7th Jan. l'OMEWARD TOR THE UNITED KIM0D01 \-ssel "3PSCIALIST For London Closes in Barbados 5lh Jan for farther informallon applr lo DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. -Agenita W /Hcoa, &"*"tip Couii:it>iv luattflod pan %  RMSIIHI BATR1A BUBTON — d***aa*S IST-'ri M TOERZBY GIVEN that al) prr liaviiui any debt or claim -saiJ.i or affactlnc ih* ftn.te 0 t Kf ling aathlB Rurlon decmawl. lat* r tt ., aariah of Saint Michael m thi. Jslsii'l n<| fu marly <>f ui,. United !" tr of Amartea who died In thi* Island on tan UMh day of June, 1*47. %  re hereby raquinsd to anxl in pariltnilara of Oaatr clalmi. duly atteaaed. 10 UM isS n aagiied Timothy Theophllur Kradbr*. th* Public TrustM of the l*land of Barbados Public Build Ins.. Bridgetown on or before the Srd dav January 1SS1. after which dale I ahi.l K-eed to dl'tribute Uie oaacta of the :eea*d amongtke partlei entitled thereto having regard only to aueh claim, of which t ahall then have had notice -nd I will not be liable for the aa u ta or any part thereof MI dlatnbuted ay person or person* if whoa* debt lalm 1 aball not then h.ive had ull.. nil per*eoa indebted 1 are requeeted to %  without delay. IH sM '.., 'I,,: Dated thi* lTtb day of Noeember. law T. T. HCADL.EY. Public Trotee Kaecutor of the Will of Emmelliie Belhla Bin ton. . O. W. Huwtuneoo Si Co. Ltd. IS.ia.W-t.f n LADIES: Kti.lJiuioered Anglalse In tsu^Ofui ileugiu and colours ]ti*t opensi •Ma for you Vaal Ifa at THAN is Fl t Henry st Dial 3408 and Swan laVliiln tin NOTICE Wo brg to notlf-r -ill be cloaed for Stuck-Ui TueadA' 2nd January mil notice. Wm. D. Itlcharda & Crefor Strt't. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Apph.-.ii.i.ii.v an mviit'ti tinin lasMhcri and (I>I tha (ollcwiiiK varantu's:— St. Luejr'i r.iris' SriKH.i St. afitthtai Boyi School (nson sjad sroi %  I Hill CJiil* School Holy Trinity Boy.s' SefWOl (man .ind women) St. Saviour's Boys' School (men and women) St. Catherine' %  Mix.-ct School (men and women) 2. The minimum qusdlftctfloil (Ot .ntrv lo thfl IfMCfalnfj SOrvaM is :, SchOOi C'urlHUulf 3. Appllcaliuns must In suhniittfd mi ihf appropriate forms (E. 35 (b) for men and E. 35 HI for women) which muy be nuiunied from the Department •>( Muoattoa, hut candidates who have already submitted one of thi %  n raapa c l of previous vacancies (now tilled) mav apply by letter aecompained by t rocotll u^'amunial. 3. Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the stall of another school must inform his or her present Chairman of Managers and the Head Teaihei 01 any application for such a transfer 5. AU applications must be enclosed In envelopes marked "/.p-poinrmcnts Board" in the top left hand corner and must reach the Department of Education by Saturday, tlth January, 1951 23rd December. 1950. 30. 12.SO—3n. \WIIAL ii/\\i:r. ui In MI A a|n win UM NIOUTKNC.AI.V. A t C 1-UB W 1 LLO W, Passage Rood On New Year's Night. 1 \M \KY 1st. 1951 Admission. (.mis I LMsta I by the Bin%  %  Bar Solid USE RAZOL , -IvBVltl tlvea Ilarbeuoa 111b Ueeember. > lUibadoa ut January. A Steamer NEW OBIFAKS 1 1 > 11 1 Ird Novaeaber—arrlee* lUrbado. Tth December. %  I. iv-.mber -arnee. IUrl>edoa Hit December IM Deeeeabci-.mp ae t iaiq. eW. Jantiary. ih Januaryin ivea lUrbado* 17th January lANMUAN SDIVICT: IIINOI ID alula, carl and Itsm— wSar. DUI 403B Sherbourn %  a R Rtthaol in wuikliK Two Mile 30.'B.SlV-4n MUIX TRUCKS Trucks, one double. .*inteq. apare wh. i*racu. St Ceoru. S alnila Mule s BugaV, newly OA. Clarke. .ia.50—3n. Oammm of all description. ADpl> ^ %  •n T. Allder Hnebuck Street Dial M 30.12-SO-ln •"SXHANDrr neodlea for vour record raise, and needle, of all klnda. Price '"• Record, ol ull kinds too. A. "ARMS a co.. LTD. 21.1a.ao< %  "LASTIC RAINCOATS Foi I.i.l.1 d Chlkk-an Maite, green, blue and %  fast, Km and It SO each. The Modei" i*m l-lppe M IBM IB OUEEN'i, COLLEGE ii!iin".i mil v BARBADOn B.W.I. The Governors of Queen' %  Coilegi In. He APPI-tCATIONS for Ihe po.1 of HRADMlSTRXaS. whaeh will become vacant In December ISM. The lie* Headmlitre* will be required lo take up Ihe appointment on IM Septcmbei !BS1. Queen's College la a day .econdsrichool with M0 girls on Ihe toll, and u aided by Government fund*. The school I haa a good record for %  rholatihlp and games and has a flourishing Girl Giude I Company. Slsih Form woik reaches a high .tandard: one WhoUrshlp and two eshlblllon. were gained to UniveraJtle* to) IBM. There li also a Preparatory Departmeat. The He.dmt.irei* who ihould poesea* a good Honour. Degree of a Brltiui Unlverally and a Teacher* Diploma or CerthVate will be required lo devote her whole lime to Ihe achool ^d promote out.of-claaa aellviliea. The aalarv offered I. £"O0 per ..innnn. B percenl of which 1* deducted aa rent for Ut* unfurnliJied teaidence in tn> %  hool gnjundi which 1a provided loi M me of the Headmutreu. Thr lteadmliUeu la not a Civil Servant, but service U pen.ionable undr• Teachers' Pension Act. No ttons are payable but the qualifying period la ten years. *v' at Qutan's College la counted s* qualllylng under Uie tftitfUh Teacber. Suptrannuation AclPa-ige rspenaaa xceedlng £200 Will ,pproprlate vouchar. VEGBTABLJE GARDEN EQUIPMENT r.n siui. pump and lunks. Also g-l"iUad piping and mesh wire sn good 'xdltaui. Dial *038 Sherbourne. Twc W 1* Rill, St Michael 30.12 SBW. sMH# HELP -AVTTD IktBIXDLATBLV Compel RSRaavsssben niafaislilj ">.i> %  ^ %  •cr in ConiniiMion Aaency buainr-* ABa V In parson Room 304 Plantation - %  Buudtng belween I ml 11 ni SB.1J.IW COOK A good experienced Cook. *fH> Comunt Eaialr. SI. George JO. a.ari MlSCKl-LaYNEOUS %  %  *f* frefaered. No m 2* be m good condltk '"^rt IUB am Singer ha no itter affe bul I Phone 3X 38.U.SO 3" > %  *" %  to purchase tr/"" O 1 ell deacriptioi;. *"*laaBHseli liraei Dial roniribulo Barbadoi not be paid agalna 1 A lerm'* Ion, ,, tki iyean 01 irqucal bl up to the present no pagn ^ns> U gv-ltabto tor taave. Applicant, should forward mant to ihe Secretary. Go— t,uOen*a College Education. Th' BlaBB nlng Body Department o Qarrlaon nol later Uwi Slat January. 1SSI. Slvlng Ihe followlug partlcutara; — Data and place of blrtn. a £Sjr.ZrVnisu\y aitended 3 Begree. giving a>ib>ecU and clas. C.fSd M. *mm TeacherDiploma or l.ertinc-u 1 Teaching eaperleoce mm aaie Mid position, held. K&s£t& ISM%  " tits. OBin't record. 9 Admlalslnllv. rnnej %  I %  •> ?A ',.'. 00. Hiiica; cillon DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Wesley Hall Girls' School—St. Michael. attorn lOeitCd (Or UW Headship Of tha Wesley Hall Girls' School from ttft In 1 i V OsT i on) >Mih at least 10 years' teaching i-xpern'iiif The minimum professional quallllcation requirert is Ukt CiTtnkate A of the Dcp.iitimiii m i-xemption therefrnnv Salary will U ,.T:HM'II1 Scale for Head Teachers in Grade II EU-nu'iitary Schools. Candidates who haw alttartj submitted application forms in respect of previous vacancies (now tilled) may apply by letter, accompanied by a recent testimonial All other candidates should make application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the Department of Education. All applications must be enclosed In envelopes marked AfQMtit' -newts Hoard" in the top left hand corner and must reach the Dep .ment of Education by Saturday. 6th January, 1951. 23rd December. 1950. 30.12 50—3n. VACANCIES FOR POSTS OF SENIOR MASTERS, GRAMMAR SCHOOL, DOMINICA APPLICATIONS are invited for two vacant po.its of Senior Master, Dominica Grammar School. The school roll at present numbers 150, and courses will be olfercd up to the Higher School Certificate Kx.imni.itioii of C.imbridgc University. 2. Qua lift cations. Applicants for these two posts should hold a University degree and be qualified to teach (I) English, History and Latin, and (2) Mathematics. 3. .Salary. The posts are pensionable. The salary scale Rtj $1,920 by $120 to $2,400. A cos) of living allowance of ten per cen. of salary is also payable. Consideration would be given to appoint ng suitable applicants at points In the scale commensurate ith then qualification and experience. 4. Quarters. Quarters are not provided. 5. LBalis*. Leave is earned 111 accordance with local regulations and provision is made for assistance towards overseas leave passages. 8. Passage on first appointmi'iit. The officer's passage on first appointment will be paid, as well as that of his wife and children of school age, not exceeding four, if they accompany him or follow him within twelve months from the date of his first appointment. 7. Conditions 0/ scruice. The officer will be subject to Colon-al Regulations and local General Orders. Applications stating the applicant's age, qualifications and teaching experience, and inUicainiK tho earliesi date on which he could assume dutv should be ..ilrires-. %  to the Administrator, Dominica. 19.1J.50—Sn YORK Mexu.iii I .hililc 1.. Indian dollari are collectabaa m U.S doUart. .sank of Knuiaiui perm.'. security Thus, New York 1 InvOBil Will MMITRADE MARK LOST w AKTtD lo purchase—Oddment* f^SSWption Apply. -J\.r.. T AHd "•"SUCK Street Dial *• sa.*B-a I'l lll.lt KALES „* Disc.*! "JJJ -a,,^. bo. •!*. Probyn sw !" rT wlu b -uiwbly Jc-hnaon. %  h EAL KSTATE K'S-OALOW One Mdem 3 Bed•* toe* Bungalow -UI, Uuilt 1" r^S" aed running water In bedroom* fjy*nea i k rorn , an d Golf ^ w Mna Edgnui 8W7 IB.1XSB—So %  jorrou) House pinfold su.'i. %  -."Vj fcmBa thereto containing B.*s 1 _-nant business site. AppV/ S^". Oarae , Co Solicitors. Jn>* 1 Dap*. NOTJCB IS HEREBY GIVEN that r, B, Cherry Orchard Road. Croydon. Sun are Ihe owners and eaclutlve proprietor Advertising P*P*DE WITT'S -^PEarn'-o,,e bi,.pert> -I Ps H hgtSs. " S'aOO.oo. It cenal U of houee i h It Blar.di App:v to Magatin. lane. DUI S5.IOI M I.IIII.I ,OK " ssusa ., .,.., BM gy g a s.'" '' %  ;,;::•, Act. .forenan-d Company ^W^e5v'.5 M HMijaB|HWlitfWaWILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.! W thank our -.ih Ihe bualneaa n %  vv fn celling 'he -aid gooda. thai Ihe laid Trade Mai* "• bove ^^"S^rSwi H-iZte. .,( Trade Mark, kepi under the Trade Mai Lallla.ll V*" 1 ****"/ *" ^_..^ -at a J i_ StaSS^SS 'OS .n, .Sl.inumra,, Hud .EOINALJ. W HAKKZR S. CO. in P.l.t.1 and Trad. Math As.nH. SI. CTld,. laiijjsa. E.CJ. Uaslaxl. I*. ^ . M w[Tt ^ (^^ U.ITTXO beg \o Customers and the Qeneroi Public for their loyal support during the past year, and can assure them of our intention to continue giving the best merchandise combined with courteous and prompt attention. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.! Ji RftMRRK**RaSM*K*ftKBs.a



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m*^ HARHADOS .I>WH 111 SATTKI\V |>|( | HBI Stop This Disgrace In The Boxing Game NOBODY can hurt Ix an has sumved since firsl i e champion, in 1719. Not evan %  guch as Dr Edith Sumnici. I the senselF5 atrictUTW i who try to label it as "lei murder. 1 can itrangle thli of all iporn But the people in the garni can kill it How they can! Ard of all the regrettable things l"\e red recentlv on boxing, the itat* mtnt Iakp money Ii pay our deolsj "Hi ratl thai Hie ring is h %  %  make %  Uvtl past Ne. manager. Marshall Mile*, has h Kg bo eo 11nue as a fighter fTiic Ml about Martha certolnli* fruc hV'tanl Wnl rr This Mr Nnrnh;i* rut finished —ann %  for this oM "There hj L-ui> 01 the i h c lo delude i public Into I I nil i turn to the HUH heronStl (Thru what ha of puiiuMi Latrii id fin ring M KWI ml 'fill foe Lotttl '" to produce "heroic tfrugoli I *r*l| ninHN I" Mr Norr lo ohOW n r> f • r... •tfkna Hm il>f. for tl | the si: %  | %  He praggni former champion, and more Ifttim iurh inn.i Louli n foi boxing earned but more monad than am ath i Thai i" houM no* in it. It tad a British heav\ fisdci (itilAott helrrxr* that Loving'* bliret gflMgaJgffj are the p<-|*tY in It. Hr here point* to ih.rvpl,.iUlin ol iniilrmanls Joe Louis: [ unfunny M DOt %  ru %  %  %  ; — l. I v — [•"V %  — Dauthuille Gets Offer TO FIGHT TURPIN n OBOttOI v". HI 11\<. Turpin al Hamngny on FeoruIf be gceagag, promoter Jack k II l thM weight l>r Hrmwi U Willing %  he w 11 i Engtand riirpinI21h. with champtt aratghtl %  wnh round dtat,i i l \< All \>l kg IH^MI made. It appc.u i> Jack Hoklen, the marathon runnar, "(i hlaattitude in particular and the Mulish attitude in general tow | -iir. %  that, and things ware nee rumUn| the non %  ue ol %  ni gang, clone to m\ Then the little Tn • leuge tc I %  iff ever, T i the winner gni High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women i Hlch .Hood Pr. %  %  I'hanc* of Uf* vand l*.k f h,ad and abovVeJaV •ftort ....IIIB % %  an4 worry. ol n,w .tmpioma. deal il|>italMM. awn ir &i .-akaa 1 "> i f. .ij.i %  %  n %  %  %  becau • i. Bli.lrrs : unci %  in viiire "tual hemiw t liko I ,.•'"' cm me tmiiL don', „..„... There waanl I law tnlly tlx %  %  Trophies Preamited To Tamil Players Truphi. ,,i |o )i .Mi J II WilkJj Ir. G. M King ma i lawn ti UuvufJ T h t.: •• i iving uf Winnai of the l^i 1 r Winner i.f the M< %  Wlnnan tH thi I adli I % %  —Mrs K S D Wood. Wiener > It Every Time Brion Is Tough Boxer* ru JOI rnoM \~ %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  1 %  %  (Iflht with .. %  I N x Standard Canasta By M. HARkl$ON-GkAY -0ING OUT CONOgALaD I! in MlOorn good DOUC7 to ; ffg." hand u iiiumf. %  ami it BTM —!%  Tri nauiiai '!..• your Land will laok *arttg and iharaTora wtUiv tmug tor a nonoaaJad ba&a i i>bamporad for dia', HI may alao ba noldwhicn mar be W. l our PtueT. who well divrrf DIM or om our matching ouda For lnalatica. lou noid ; t K. K. K. 0 |. g. I. g. 4§mm '" ur koore. U sgop and ou *'f ratjulra 120for a y !" King. wTTllgbfoJ "O (IJ out IQDQtalaQ. ; i>uid r*i)acl thU plaj" Td to ceda t DOOOnanM %  nnor U,tM ClTgUAItlAOiaV } 'a bould maid Uui iuSowi.'fl.'g. I. Jakaf. ^^eaJnMLgft^l PI. ed to go ooToSeilf lad roar partner abould help br mating what mdda ha eaS *ble to tokt t& pUi *-—Right T>|H> . ,-,.. Sernej %  : III blood. I did, u, s.n.i %  rt it waaa'i u Erorn Ifai ra) on tn* l %  %  I %  to w. atient ireEMPIRE CLUB DANCE Patn n.u'e ,.f sir Allan CoUyrnore, Kt.. in -id uf lour |„ firt-njdJ AT HANK HALL. %  fin %  %  e.tms al ; ighterg oi the Holden calibre, I I'd been %  %  %  log hi tru %  %  nougti when i •inlng 5h(ie5 M %  %  M,.,i ***** strrr We offer CREAM FLANNEL $4.72 $5.33 $7.03 $7.54 per yd BLAZER FLANNEL m Maroon, Blue ft Green •s:{.!3 a *Blue n| y-$4.85 a Y *' d Arthur Peall saya CUSHION SHOTS WILL I MtCVE 10UH GAME < I %  . | ; %  1 •LUC 'iii with a -it up an PTUU Btanap The Weather P0 DAI'. In BIMM t. lit a III -"i. -i, %  a p.m HU I..I gurlrn J Uiir> I l.xliiuic. t. n p m llirli \\ al .r 8 29 > II |i in vi *n U>AI K.Mril.,11 M ,„|,,„, |, MI l<'UI I .r IIIOIIIII i„ M>I.-I. daj I i>i I' in|< rjliiri| MB1 I Si.0*: Trmpwmtarc i Min • 71 o'lWIIM! llin-itiiiii [| .1 in I N.l {3 p in ) I \l IV inii Wl.,1 in -i n,il^ x ,„., liHur I'.il. Ilirli 1 1'I .1 M (3 P 111 1 "1 HKT IB PO \/ 4MPO-EC04S TUB 6RAN0 C-s :-S= >c_ M/5B U0N0W9) .'fv^eus P vyRTLC AS£5 C-f.~r. ^ 5i£.K ^J (?ET A ttOK> IS 452_iT TWEiK TR-_E> — MAVB W :.:Ai IT. swvfeo "-CSE r C1 RES ) HOMe-l.42E_ ^NP III ilc TOOK. OHE ^ Mi;MP HOu^P TXiCP BASCWAT1N6 Cqy-E AT --ESEAI? \ THE PLAY AAAy "-5 • O'E.-'s: A.J%  yrrE? V FROM A SJ'-HT, > • % %  ">' = %  ' PAAC6 -,U--._ 1 .TBLUVOijA^X*k.-v ste^ ?;/% b'Eeisa'sjs ) n %  %  \\ hat's ( riluu .,( IWIMI-V Ktwd I'likuiik .. I'nlli-.. a i Km %  lactaa ••P^iUn ld ttHf Nl,lll I' • Jl llrill Hall. lunrr al I in plrr l^vlllini Rank Hall I 00 p ni llub NterKan'a haiur I'laplMiu >1 Mlrharl I mi 11 111 II %  • CaMMrtM I'lub. ( III 1.1 Chur.li. • aa pin lliiirr \qiiatl, I'lub '.• ap p m By Jimmy Harlo %  •OS 1 E.CE "l L %  1 Mm and ha ur • -4n. MADE ENGLAND I du MAURIER 1 'HE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIOA*' 1 —^ %  i IPI TOP nii.moii a IUVSES en., 1 $1.00 lor 50 Ihara'll never b %  belter cigarette



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Saturday I* • r <• in It %  lltSM 3 0 BaTtofiws Iftuncate I'rir. FIVE renir* Year .'• .1 'UTTERALLV' BPEAK1NG MtW i.rkers are nuu.l| BBSST .uin ii %  '*"' • • % %  %  I % %  < % %  %  Hi lt-.( Uwy be li-u.u .111. lur "illtcri n Ne Yor* Ui-p*rtirtM of SaniUlnm lulu mriu butane** wild II* all-out > .111111.11(11 AIXlIM! neu .papered idcv.alk> Jll( j c|ul ttr% in the gaiters In rase an>one doebU il, 226 umnn,n*r^ M| Jisirilnil-d on the flrsl .1.,, 0 f Uir drUr %  MM All uf uir departments Sberimk llolmeae. hav? been alerted | 0 t.ich niirr•-is throwing any Ihi >K into Uir -treel SUllonrd In Bjtatek bpota UtrouKhui Hiell). Ihr) aland un ruard to nib orTendrr* >eun* and old alike Hr'ir •"van hratd that wine of Uir i t .11, inapt ( un i,iui, a lip r-oni Uir *|ate potjre. lurk Im-uiitpJruu.U behind sienpo-u* Miii. to pounce on lltlerbugi. We think *hr rauni-ilcn an i 'x. -Ii.ni „.. but il mat have its om plications Consider tut MtaMt, the Plilhl uf Ihr >ou .g 'ad* uhn are'dentally droos her l.l-v lUiidH'Tiviirf odd tmdx it %  '-luii -ii not wllh the customary hnw but with a saeetaet Mimmora! 11'a a good thing that II,I, HI % %  .inn.!,. lo thr plirona waa outlaw rd .omr Urn* wo That will save nuny an otherwise un*w* peetlng offender But It would behoove sn*onr loMinc %  prjinil to a *quir" i In Central Park to atay right there and make sure Ihr squirrel |.,. k. It up We're all for bigger and hotter "Kfrp Onr (Ml dean' 1 rmmpalrna And we're all for proeierutlnr Ihr lltierrr*. In fact. have our wn nunfohmrnt all figured out I >-l thr lit lerbui mir the hro-mi* inrl whitr rarU aftrr a Flfh Avenue parade AH thai confetti? Capacity To Counter Attack Only Deterrent To Russian War NEW YORK, Dec. 29 M R J0HN FOSTER DULLES, Republican consultant to the Bute Department, tonight rejected the thesis that tne United States should concentrate on the defence of th-Western Hemisphere. "A defence that accepts encirclement qi decomposes," he said in a speech befor American Association for the United Nations. i Any nation wh, h S tuurm, %  ih : would I>e —It ruler. HHINDISI. Italy Dec. 29. Francesco Plsciandaxo. a pavement artist, was free today to adorn Italian streets with as many Mussolini portraits as he liked A judge found him not uuilty of violating a 1947 law against revindication, of Fascism Plsciandaro's troubles started when for a moment he slopped scrawling heads of saints ufler a passer-by had challenged him to draw the Duce Soon five and 10 lire notes began raining down on the artist's face But this unexpected success was rudely interrupted by police. In court. Francesco's Defence Counsel said that the 1947 law applied only to propagation of Fascism in a violent form, whereas drawing Mussolini's head between those of Santa Lucia and Saint Antonio certainly constituted no violence Buttressing his plea for acquittal. Counsel then produced a file I of newsp-i er cuttings to prove BRAZIL WARRANTS UPIT^^'^^ST/'M^ UnlN pictures wllh Impunity. Will Produce Jets BRISTOL Gloucestershire. Dec. 20. The Bristol Aeroplane Company announced today that it will 1 switch part of Its aircraft division to the production of the IX HavlUand Venom single acagtv turblnc jets at the request of the Ministry of Supply. The company said it had also begun long term work on guided missiles for the Mini —Reuter. Pd Is scarcely In a poailia n .in much ph I chousing (or lb %  Dullr> %  The %  pfjICll *r .HI at of American fore*) Truman Ii hard, Mi Ai though poll dent and Umel "Wluit.voi oias I., Ship the I '' %  .,1 %  I 1 ancc on Thurrd> I"' 'I,.,he tl I 11 lo western batnl Mr Dulles said that U which planned ft* ried witlun it--('t) own rolliiinf Inactive Spectator A Unr lab could he ,n Inacura spectator whUa the barbarianoverran jnu deaecrat, laole ol our CQnKajl civilisation would nol be th.. kind bi I It* s'..i,v whieh could defend Itself." ba Mi DII, lern.il trulaarability" as one ol the Important assets rnpuble of being developed into the detern peiniai v.,n : Ruiaian origin Politu al priaoneri in Hussla outnumbered the active m< of the ruling Communist Partv bv two to one. he said. The Communist Party itself was ghol through wllh distrust and uspicien. "If the Soviet Union itself decides on an open aggn • %  there Is only one etT. fence." Mr DulhM said, thai i. the capacity to countl I thai is the ultimate deterrent." He warned that total reliance ihould not !>.. placed on any single form of warfare or uny relativelv untried weapons. The arsenal of retaliation should include all forms of counter M.I. maximum of -l-xil>illt>. inobin.> nd the poestbflits ,i "The plaeai of i be chosen not as ptgoi but as places suit.u %  g the means of destroying the forces of aggression". I %  —Reuler. U. Nations Tr Pushed Back en Miles In N. Korea Medical Chief \\ ill Tour 11Ki CurihlM'an I I'M.It, Chi LONDON. Dec 29. Brazilian warran|a soareal to 70 shillings to-day on news that the company had received an offer of 70 shillings for ordinary and 14 shillings for pn(ci r.<. Units.—Reuler 'QUAKE IN ANTIGUA iPlean Our Own Coirnpofidem • ANTIt;iIA. Dec 29 Four earthquake tremors were felt here this afternoon most severely They were felt at 4.Id .md lasted for 12 seconds The judge agreed-Reuler MIHAIL0V VICt-PRtMlER OF BULGARIA LONDON. Dec 29 General Ivan Mihailov has been appointed Dcpulv Premier of Bulgaria, according to a Bulgarian news agency message received m London to-day. The appointment was made by Lho Bulgarian National Assembly %  itardas) on the proposal of ihe Premier. —Reuter. Tito Wants To Be Frien d of Germany BELGRADE. Dec. 29, Yugoslav Foreign Minister Kardeli told the Peoples Assembly here today that Marshal Tito's Government saw ne reason why diplomatic relations with Austria and the whole „l Germany should not be resumed, and the state oi war ended before the signing of the peace treaties. Sajlng lhat relation. with Eva Spends New Year In Mendoza IH'ENOS AIRES. Dec 29 PatOn and his wife, Eva. will %  M In BW New Year at Mendoza. v.hele thev w ill furmallv elo-ie the 'he Liberator. San Mar'"'." which has been celebrated throMghiMK the country during I9f.il —Reuter TOO FREE! CHATHAM. Dec 29 The President of Ihe Magistrates Cnurt i n this British naval base to-day described as "most danger. ous" the apparent ease with whlcii anyone could gain ace naval dockyard A man sentenced to prison for three months had visited three warships in the dockyard H told the guards .nsrtect the radar equipment. *ter. B oved the Minister said "The jgoslav Government considers that before the peace treaty is signed with Austria, it can undertake measures to stop the slate of war wllh that country and establish diplomatic relations It was not Austria's fault that no iresly had been signed "Relations with Western Germany are nlwi developing, particularly economic relation. The desire exists on bothosidc for an increase of economic c -operation. "Considering all this, the Yugoslav Government is of the opinion Ui.,i there u no reason for the further maintenance of the state Of war with the whole of Germany. But this does not prejudii any questions arising out of the pesce treaty." Kardelj welcomed improve! relations with Italy and Greece As regards Greece "the road is the dilution of other questions, and such solutions aril 1 Have further good results for botr, countries" he said. iter. Moslnus Coming Baek In Egypt CAIRO. Dec 29 The Moslem Brotherhood, one if the nn*t dynamic am, p %  .%  publicised associations i n Isi.un preparing for a rebirth in Bfl>pl Oflen accused by autli ids of political violence. tlu> Brotherhood was outlawed on December 8, I94B. Twenty days later Prime Minister Nokrssh' Pasha was assassinated by an alleged Brotherhood member Within six weeks of the Prime Minister's slaying. Sheikh Hassan El Banna, Supreme Guide ol the Brotherhood himself was killed by an assassin's bullets. The BrotbCr* hood i* nOW ix'lieMi! mi tha w>) back lo legal existenre I'oliticai observers say this may mean new troubles fur Egypt in view of current onrest in the country I'm Brolhcrhood which once claime I membership of more than 1.000 i M i • :s that it has rallied larunumbem to its banners uncc I84 — v.r OFF TO BO, ye^tarday weio Dr. En. Pridie aaanst earaeii. and E 1 ". J W n i, lu ta *"' a > p[ld " Chl-f Medical Offlc, ^X 0 "1'[.P -> '" Lond *" 1 << D'Hsrknfs. iMrdlcsl A.IM C # D a W Th P y an touring thr Osnbbean U.S. Freezes Two Billion Dollars WASHINGTON Government cut down sharp] on Friday oi able for private loans and I irged nev I Basing national eoononi} more Brmh I drive The Federal Raservc Board's order | i.-nks callad (ey The ban applies to scripts for sound .inn Keutrr *r. | pe-gj ... ajl The 1 -•'I ey .mi :i 13 regional ofOeat '> han.i Hi II Lei • The NaUonal P win take sole imp Since ii aln ad' ict move i uts the Qovt n \ %  %  %  I %  %  %  Ii .. i % %  i A Spoke-, • if JUI Yuud think at leatt lit till the palii %  Anssies \\ ill Keep Full lialtalion IN KOREA %  lip A M I %  and DO ti %  %  %  i %  war nun .. I r r Police Searrh l.akr For Missing Stone LONIKiN ; pled in Hie u Hydi Parfc I .,h tolen Cori %  JUI .oouunoi ivckn as hundred! <•( (lulled oi i ,, i . lerpi i. 'II.. I %  i ihi ive ai I itone "t s, in... %  tnii %  Oari) ChristlfUH inornim; fun nstar Abbey. in h wa telephone tip lai< troni in %  nonymoui I.. laid s.i>u.iud YMI,I he saw the Coronation Stoni 11ntlne lieran Trial Due In January \ Jt AN ( I IV. L> ud thai p Beta Pi I. tr tail III Jahui r*pn '-' Ii nhd reeeivo . Five linkup-. %  iimtig Uiein that of llrmi Unl %  put mi trial with him r Berg I %  iMai, .i' l'l.i,'..i.. i'lliri: trial as formal prbumci uf UM gime M, ii.. rned In the ., % %  itivi bul tintll raesotl) tvaa allowed %  limited now conflnad to not allowed to I Ihapiri ItrllH I "W ork Harder To I'roduee Morr" BIOM PI . FrantiI ion President ol il* Chambei i %  I produei "i • %  i9f}| • ral i on how fa*t we, %  indusliy i %  • %  I awakened us to Ihe fact that we %  leadership at bush %  9 Spies Sentenced %  i An An nan to dealt. %  ind Ym".,. aai Reiilrr I PRISONERS RELEASED i iKrUI Det H High i nnounca• %  %  %  %  ii %  I %  %  %  i ualy ill reports wl evho retain ui i %  i ad on the I ol the Nuremberg cases % %  %  %  Ill i —Kralri 2 KILLED IN EXPLOSION MIAMI il.OHIIM. !,-, 211 |killed In ai .hoard UN AM,.I an tanker gin i ,.i ii i occurri In 'tie pw eaj brought coastguard said —Sealer. B.G. SCHOOLBOY ASKS I OR UHJLT SUFFRAGE oTrom Our t, GEORGETOWN. Dec 29, A POUB MAN delegation (rot i I -. posjiis to the Conauui '-.misMon which include universal suffrage with bicameral legislature—Low.-r House having 30 elected memr., • by a Speaker v I %  a member, while \r. ; : %  . be presided over by the OeiMlaM The delegation comprised A. F %  i Morn*. Mr L Bone, and '.-. 11 S. J 'it of ihe vent The Commisslon'5 barrage oi • | .... %  %  teachers yielding points and ".'' %  .,Gomes w ho peering at a loss for answer* menu. TO lr era' delegation also proposals made representations for the for universal adult dominant Labour Party In the ill i Legislative Council and tackled 24 members with a Speak%  ouncil i right elec• % %  the Legislative .t Council, Qg ministerial .talus i %  natal c loae ,4 1he setwlllingnaaa to sit *' night w the wltnesaes and public. W \SIMM. %  II;, IVI i HI." %  %  le HI an < i i nflh • %  in' h dip %  %  %  %  %  %  P> if It11 to the Unit. %  %  i othei then th is %  %  %  '"'•* The i %  . ,l wllh.nit ronsullti Chin >> rntere I ii J '3) The I Mint it ii %  It \ \ '; ..,( %  )| i i ( hinese II ,, %  1% in:limoth L Of th i l %  if th.38th p.i %  '.HI .(ft,! noon romn unique again reported tl of tike IHKI Chinese stand I I l i in-.i Nation-, boiiibing and rating •. 'sin will, MIC I.V It., ii. %  %  inHuoV losses. NIK iii of lh. Some 3(1" C 1 ~, i .-ii. i (• p were hh h .od ion building] munist %  %  i I Hearnr \|i|ioiiilril CJ. Ol Kenya l.UM Su II He. %  %  He %  the Courl of Appeal i i. %  lei thli month [orate Hi I the Colonial BID H i or damaged The Cur M Including British, A New railed %  %  %  %  • %  new Commai lei % %  Ihi P.In. Ifl '.'il Haute THA TIIF. AOVOC \TE THE NKWI %  gag 3113 1>ST or Nlrht. i*. TT.F AnVCH^ATF. I-AYH FOR NEWH. TIIIlOl i'illOl IT THE MARS . if i-.i.vr 1 Hill II' II 11 II i hi QUALITY and PERFORMANCE III l IS 117/1 II.MlIIMH I.V* %nmt; I IIIH is § RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL BICYCLE A Cave Shepherd & Co, Ltd. 10. 11 12 & 13 Broad Street Distributors


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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Saturday, December 30, 1950
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five renir*
Year .' .1
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the flrsl .1.,, 0f Uir drUr
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Sberimk llolmeae. hav?
been alerted |0 t.ich niirr-
-is throwing any Ihi >k into
Uir -treel SUllonrd In
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Hi- ell). Ihr) aland un
ruard to nib orTendrr*
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Uir i t .11, inapt ( un i,iui,
a lip r-oni Uir *|ate potjre.
lurk Im-uiitpJruu.U be-
hind sienpo-u* Miii. to
pounce on lltlerbugi. "
We think *hr rauni-ilcn
an i 'x. -Ii.ni .. but il mat
have its om plications
Consider tut MtaMt, the
Plilhl uf Ihr >ou .g 'ad*
uhn are'dentally droos her
l.l-v lUiidH'Tiviirf odd tmdx
it '-luii -ii not wllh the
customary hnw but with a
saeetaet Mimmora!
11'a a good thing that
ii,i, hi , .inn.!,. lo thr
plirona waa outlaw rd .omr
Urn* wo That will save
nuny an otherwise un*w*
peetlng offender But It
would behoove sn*onr
loMinc prjinil to a *quir-
" i In Central Park to atay
right there and make sure
Ihr squirrel |.,. k. It up
We're all for bigger and
hotter "Kfrp Onr (Ml
dean'1 rmmpalrna And
we're all for proeierutlnr
Ihr lltierrr*. In fact.
have our wn nunfohmrnt
all figured out I >-l thr lit -
lerbui mir the hro-mi*
inrl whitr rarU aftrr a
Flfh Avenue parade AH
thai confetti?
Capacity To
Counter Attack
Only Deterrent To Russian War
NEW YORK, Dec. 29
MR J0HN FOSTER DULLES, Republican
consultant to the Bute Department, tonight
rejected the thesis that tne United States
should concentrate on the defence of th-- Western
Hemisphere.
"A defence that accepts encirclement qi
decomposes," he said in a speech befor
American Association for the United Nations.
i Any nation wh, h
Stuurm, ih All,,'* who arf ,
mm ion* o.\ mi ii
140.000 Must
Answer Early
Call Up
LONDON. Dec 29
About 140,000 Englishmen. 18
years old learned today thai they
Da tai Lama Lea vetr
Tibetan Capital
NEW DELHI, Dec. 29
The Dalai Lama, head uf the
tibvutn Slate, left Lhasa, ihe csipi-
lai. and arrived in Gyunt.M- HM)
miles to the sou Lh west two or thre
authoritative *ources
'i said today.
These wurw said there v.
no indication of his destination
IM, thr second large
Tibetan I to ihe mu
Indn-Tibclun rout* and halfWi
Ihasa and the Indian
According lo authoritative it
Iort received m Delhi, the Til**
tan Government is mil function-
ing in Lhasa and the situation
Ihere Is normal.
These reports said that invadli
forces had not made ai
advance recently, and thai they
were still about 300 mile-* cast of
Lhasa
It was not known here whether
the Dalai Lama who assumed fu
Eawers a few weeks ago '
'.md for India, or whether.
|vh .suggested In some quarter-
In Delhi, he was Just touring h
country to restore confident
nmong his subjects.
Meanwhile the Delhi Statesman
has published I report Irom its
correspondent at Kalimpong say-
ing that the Dalai Lama ha
already left Gyantse for Phai
Dzong near the Indian bordc
wherp ha i expected to arrive oi
January 4 or S Reuler.
Free To Paini
Mussolini
will be called upon
for the armed fore
amrlier than they jj*
The Governmeht
that to meat the ne
forces the next twt
r*KistraUvo* of youth
register
lantli
announced
^di of the
quartM i>
: would I>e
It ruler.
HHINDISI. Italy Dec. 29.
Francesco Plsciandaxo. a pave-
ment artist, was free today to
adorn Italian streets with as
many Mussolini portraits as he
liked
A judge found him not uuilty
of violating a 1947 law against
revindication, of Fascism
Plsciandaro's troubles started
when for a moment he slopped
scrawling heads of saints ufler a
passer-by had challenged him to
draw the Duce
Soon five and 10 lire notes
began raining down on the
artist's face But this unexpected
success was rudely interrupted
by police. In court. Francesco's
Defence Counsel said that the
1947 law applied only to propa-
gation of Fascism in a violent
form, whereas drawing Musso-
lini's head between those of
Santa Lucia and Saint Antonio
certainly constituted no violence
Buttressing his plea for acquit-
tal. Counsel then produced a file
I of newsp-i er cuttings to prove
BRAZIL WARRANTS UpIT^^'^^ST/'m^
UnlN pictures wllh Impunity.
Will Produce Jets
BRISTOL Gloucestershire.
Dec. 20.
The Bristol Aeroplane Company
announced today that it will1
switch part of Its aircraft divi-
sion to the production of the IX
HavlUand Venom single acagtv
turblnc jets at the request of the
Ministry of Supply.
The company said it had also
begun long term work on guided
missiles for the Mini ,
Reuter.
Pd Is scarcely In a poailia
n .in much ph I
chousing (or lb
Dullr>
The pfjICll *r .hi at
of American fore*)
' Truman Ii
hard, Mi
Ai
though poll
dent and Umel
"Wluit.voi oias
I.,
Ship the I
''' ,
.,1
I
1
ancc on Thurrd- >
I"' 'I,.,- he
tl I
11
lo western batnl
Mr Dulles said that U
which planned ft* *
ried witlun it--('t)
own rolliiinf
Inactive Spectator
A Unr lab could
he ,n Inacura spectator whUa the
barbarian- overran jnu deaecrat-
, laole ol our CQnKajl
civilisation would nol be th.. kind
bi I It* s'..i,v whieh could
defend Itself." ba
Mi Dii,
lern.il trulaarability" as one ol the
Important assets rnpuble of being
developed into the detern
peiniai v.,n : Ruiaian origin
Politu al priaoneri in Hussla out-
numbered the active m<
of the ruling Communist Partv bv
two to one. he said. The Com-
munist Party itself was ghol
through wllh distrust and us-
picien.
"If the Soviet Union itself de-
cides on an open aggn
there Is only one etT.
fence." Mr DulhM said, thai i.
the capacity to countl I
thai is the ultimate deterrent."
He warned that total reliance
ihould not !>.. placed on any single
form of warfare or uny relativelv
untried weapons. The arsenal of
retaliation should include all
forms of counter M.I.
maximum of -l-xil>illt>. inobin.>
nd the poestbflits ,i
"The plaeai of i
be chosen not as ptgoi
but as places suit.u
g the means of destroying the
forces of aggression". I
Reuler.
U. Nations Tr
Pushed Back
en
Miles In N. Korea
. Medical Chief
\\ ill Tour 11k-
i CurihlM'an
I
I'M.It,
Chi
LONDON. Dec 29.
Brazilian warran|a soareal to
70 shillings to-day on news that
the company had received an
offer of 70 shillings for ordinary
and 14 shillings for pn(ci r.<.
Units.Reuler
'QUAKE IN ANTIGUA
iPlean Our Own Coirnpofidem
ANTIt;iIA. Dec 29
Four earthquake tremors were
felt here this afternoon most
severely They were felt at 4.Id
.md lasted for 12 seconds
The judge agreed-Reuler
MIHAIL0V VICt-PRtMlER
OF BULGARIA
LONDON. Dec 29
General Ivan Mihailov has
been appointed Dcpulv Premier
of Bulgaria, according to a Bul-
garian news agency message re-
ceived m London to-day.
The appointment was made by
Lho Bulgarian National Assembly
. itardas) on the proposal of ihe
Premier. Reuter.
Tito Wants To Be
Frien d of Germany
BELGRADE. Dec. 29,
Yugoslav Foreign Minister Kardeli told the Peoples
Assembly here today that Marshal Tito's Government saw
ne reason why diplomatic relations with Austria and the
whole l Germany should not be resumed, and the state
oi war ended before the signing of the peace treaties.
- -------- Sajlng lhat relation. with
Eva Spends New
Year In Mendoza
IH'ENOS AIRES. Dec 29
PatOn and his wife, Eva. will
M In BW New Year at Mendoza.
v.hele thev w ill furmallv elo-ie the
'he Liberator. San Mar-
'"'." which has been celebrated
throMghiMK the country during
I9f.il Reuter
TOO FREE!
CHATHAM. Dec 29
The President of Ihe Magistrates
Cnurt in this British naval base
to-day described as "most danger.
ous" the apparent ease with whlcii
anyone could gain ace
naval dockyard
A man sentenced to prison for
three months had visited three
warships in the dockyard H
told the guards
.nsrtect the radar equip-
ment.
*ter.
Boved the Minister said "The
jgoslav Government considers
that before the peace treaty is
signed with Austria, it can under-
take measures to stop the slate
of war wllh that country and
establish diplomatic relations
It was not Austria's fault
that no iresly had been signed
"Relations with Western Ger-
many are nlwi developing, par-
ticularly economic relation.
The desire exists on bothosidc
for an increase of economic
c -operation.
"Considering all this, the Yugo-
slav Government is of the opinion
Ui.,i there u no reason for the
further maintenance of the state
Of war with the whole of Ger-
many. But this does not prejudii
any questions arising out of the
pesce treaty."
Kardelj welcomed improve!
relations with Italy and Greece
As regards Greece "the road is
the dilution of other
questions, and such solutions aril1
Have further good results for botr,
countries" he said.
iter.
Moslnus Coming
Baek In Egypt
CAIRO. Dec 29
The Moslem Brotherhood, one
if the nn*t dynamic am, p .-
publicised associations in Isi.un .
preparing for a rebirth in Bfl>pl
Oflen accused by autli .
ids of political violence. tlu>
Brotherhood was outlawed on
December 8, I94B. Twenty days
later Prime Minister Nokrssh'
Pasha was assassinated by an
alleged Brotherhood member
Within six weeks of the Prime
Minister's slaying. Sheikh Hassan
El Banna, Supreme Guide ol the
Brotherhood himself was killed by
an assassin's bullets. The BrotbCr*
hood i* nOW ix'lieMi! mi tha w>)
back lo legal existenre I'oliticai
observers say this may mean new
troubles fur Egypt in view of cur-
rent onrest in the country I'm
Brolhcrhood which once claime I
membership of more than 1.000
imi :s that it has rallied laru-
numbem to its banners uncc I84
v.r
OFF TO BO, ye^tarday weio Dr. En. Pridie aaanst earaeii. and
E1". J Wni, lu'ta*"' a> p[ld" Chl-f Medical Offlc,
^X0"1'[.P -> '" Lond*"1 << D'- Hsrknfs. i- Mrdlcsl A.Im
C#D a W ThPy an touring thr Osnbbean
U.S. Freezes Two
Billion Dollars
WASHINGTON
Government cut down sharp] on Friday oi
able for private loans and I irged nev I
Basing national eoononi} more Brmh I
drive
The Federal Raservc Board's order |
i.-nks callad ( loan market.
The Board said ila action wuuld cut off a poti m i
i o ol twelve billion Bollars in I
"i-n viihnm- .if bank loans.
This i- box .iu- i i
IlBVe lent IWO Mil
if Mi

the Caribbean an
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M 'i,.ii.. Dire, UN I

TOKYO. Dec iJ.
S^ORTH KOEEANS have pushed back United
Nations troops 10 miles at some points in what
may be the start of their great winter offensive.
Communist units were today reported to have
pierced thinly held lines at two places in the eaat
orn sector. One force of 5,000 had penetrated 12
miles and further west another of 2.W0 eras from
10 to 12 miles behind the United Nations line.
No Chinese troops had so far been reported to be
in action, but some observers here believed this
sudden break in the four week lull might herald
the expected offensive over the 38th parallM
Fronlllne i. p
.1 thai North K
rrwnins ",<" mall



I
RussiaU.S.
Split Aim osI
Gerktin Xow
11 ten
.-II
o\ mi:
MOT
. ,, i i [.,...
holm. Denmaik state
I .
which .- normal in
respects, but unique i
i ha beasi run ai ., I
alumlnlofn lev
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"hen u e original n
* ' .....pulalio
Slafailiialii
U.S. Lifls Ban On
Mexiean Meat
WASHING T( .
The ban on sales of Mexican
eannod meal In ;i United Suie-
wlli be lifted tnmuiKw
crnment source said lo-day It
was emphasized thai |hl
mean the lifting of the :
quarantine on livestock imposed
on December IB. HM6. when the
f t end mouth epidenut -.pic., i
through Mexico llu: t
said thai in effect l would cive
Hea the
meat that it would have if tne
quarantine were lifted
"euter
LIE URGES FIRMNESS
LAKE SUCCESS Da
Trygve Lie Seen Lai th neral
of the United Nations, to-dcq
urged the world in Ihe
year to act lirmly agali
aggression, in a Nev Year's!
message releeeed hen Reuter.
Wife Dead: Clou ii
Laughs Through Ati
.
Real lire venucn ol .. laugh
clown laiifth on
night srhan i^i Fay. u
ClOWfl iiom Copenhagi I
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LONDON. IX-c 2!(
The It Ii f has banned -.11
jokes about the removal of the
stone from Wcstmin-
.ster Abl>ey The ban applies to
scripts for sound .inn -
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sole imp '
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he saw the Coronation Stoni
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put mi trial with him
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trial as formal prbumci uf UM
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now conflnad to
not allowed to
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leadership at bush
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Sealer.
B.G. SCHOOLBOY ASKS I OR UHJLT SUFFRAGE
oTrom Our t,
GEORGETOWN. Dec 29,
A POUB man delegation (rot i
I -.
" posjiis to the Conauui
'-.misMon which include
universal suffrage with bicameral
legislatureLow.-r House having
30 elected memr.,
by a Speaker v I
a member, while \r.
; : .
be presided over by the
OeiMlaM
The delegation comprised A. F
i
Morn*. Mr L Bone, and '.-.
11 S. J 'it of ihe vent
The Commisslon'5 barrage oi
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teachers yielding points and ".''
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peering at a loss for answer* menu.
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era' delegation also proposals
made representations for the for universal adult
dominant Labour Party In the ill i
Legislative Council and tackled 24 members with a Speak-

ouncil
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right elec-
' the Legislative
.t Council,
Qg ministerial .talus
i natal
. c
loae ,4 1he set-
wlllingnaaa to sit *'
night w .
the wltnesaes and
public.
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PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30 1MI
ON and Mrs
Mnoi. a. cuke mn
Manners For
Women
monj; the u*Neiigci? leav-
ing for B G. ycsierdav i>; B W I
A. lo spend week's holiday with
their two o Irw in
B. G TK
'"'Next Exhibition
T^Ha. Barbados Museums next
X exhibition will be in txiu-
bilion of pan.tings by Rober
MrLemi The exhibition begiit"
Jamtary 5
Sitter
DAI I VWLKINS t>ter *...,.
IT arrived mm Has U B **
terday via Trinidad bv B.W I A to
spend a holiday in B..ib,ut<>*
Short Visit
DR PHILIP BARKOW who was
in Barbados for eleven days
returned to B G. yestcrtlav after-
noon by B.W I A
After Eleven Years
MRS. AGNES BURY and hoi
niece Mm* Molly Hunter
left for B G. yesterday by B.W.I
A. Mis* Hunter has been spend-
ing a holiday with Mr*. Bury. Mrs.
Bury hasn't visited B- G lor about
ricven years She plans to live
i here
With Barclays Bank
MR F.MII.K KING, son of Mi-
and Mr* Hugh King returi.-
ed to B G yesterday afternoon by
IIW 1 A altar spending the Chri.t-
ma* holidays with his |tarent*.
infli with Barclays Bank i
Geonratown
Barbadian Medico In U.S.
DR FRED BOYCE. who owns
Slnrges Plantation in St
Thomas left yesterday afternoon
for Trinidad by B.W I.A en roul-
to the U.S.
Dr. Boyee a Barbadian who hai
Man living in the tJ.S. for about
thirty years, is a professor at i!-e
"Tulano" Medical School in N>'w
Orleans, where he teaches Sur-
gery, besides being Visiting Sur-
geon to several other hospitals.
Dr. Boyce went to Harvard and
graduated at Yale Medical School
He ts a regular visitor to Bar-
bados and was here for about
hree week*
For The Races
MB, TEDDY ROCK who is with
the Cotton Fnriory left for
Trinidad yesterday afternoon o:
IS W 1 A to spend n short holiday,
staying with friends in Port-of
Spain. He hope* to be there IOC
the remainder of the Christmn*
Race Meeting
Wedding
MR. GLENVtLLE WILSON.
of Black Rock was married
at St. Stephen's Church to Miss
Gladys Orifflth on Thursday af-
ternoon. The ceremony was per-
formed by the Rev. Basil Ullyett.
The Bride wore a dress of satin
with a See yoke; Ihe long skirt
ended in. .. train Eta headdress
was. Of uTSiure blossoms, and she
carried bouquet or radiance
roses, while geraniums and Ouecii
Anne's bice. The Bridesmaids
were the Misses M and F Wil-
son. After the ceremony a re-
ception was held at Wavell
Avenue. Black Rock
Visited Her Children
MRS LILIAN VOLNEY, WB"
for the past three mouth
has been visiting her two sons U
Barbados and her daughter it.
Dominica lefl Barbados yesterday
on bar vaj back I i Aruba
Trinidad y n w I A
NEW YORK.
important
mpoi
ling with
ree man-
B] females
HON. AJsD Mi:s II A CUKE left yesterday by B.W I A to spend
a week hallaay with thnr daughters In B.O
i-'ormrr Barbados Scholar
AT present holidaying in Uar-
bados Is Mr. Lear Wood,
who accoinpanied bv nil I
wife, arrived here a couple of
weeks ago to spend Christmas
with his family Ltar is a former
Barbados Scholar and has been
living in Canada for about nln
years Now living in Toronto, he
is studying for hi* actuarial
degree with the Crown Life i
suranca ol Cicada.
They expect lo be In Barbados
until January IS.
Here For Two Months
ARRIVING on BWIA's il l.
flight yesterday, was Mr
C L. C Bourne who has come
i>ver for two months' holiday
Mr. Bourne was Manager of the
BG Cricket team which toured
Barbados during the W.I trials in
preparation fot the W.I I0UT Uj
England. He hopes to be here loi
the Barbados-Trinidad games
early next year Rt b former
intercolonial cricketer.
Returning On Wednesday
MR AND MRM JlMMIK imi)
nnd riniightcr Kathleen
arrived here recently from Trin-
idad to spend th|. Xmas holidays
and are guests at the Hotel
Royal
Mr. Keld is a director of Messrs.
. E Robinson. Trlnidml They
t returning on Wednesday.
Back Home
AFTER three months in BG
Mi ICarii Barry lalnrnai.
home v.'.-(ei,)iiv (ti-nioon by
II W I A Sh(> ha
li.i uoiighler
Married In Canadn
KATHLEEN KING, daughter ol
Mr and Mrs. Joseph A. Kit, ;
formerly of Barbados was marrU-tl
in Kitchener, Ontario, on Decem-
ber 27 to Mr. Bernard A. Walhi
son of Major and Mrs Stanley
Walhs The Bride, a former pupil of L.e
Ursullne Convent, graduated fro
McGlll University last year with a
degree of B. Se. in Physical Edu-
cation and is now on the teaching
slafT of Queens University. King-
ston, Ontario. The ceremony took
place at St James' Chapel. Khw-
ston among small circle oj
friends and the brtdegroom'i
parents.
Kathleens paienis now live |l
Trinidad.
Jamaica Greeting
T*,IE West Ind,n Committei
received a Christmas card
from the 139 (Jamaica) Squad-
ron of the R.A.F. stationed In
England The Squadron have
asked thai their greeting, togethi
with their best wishes for the
New Year, be passed on to the
people of Jamaica.
Rum For Christmas
WHILE on the subject of the
Jamaica Squadron. I hear
lhat they and their fellow West
Indians in the Trinidad Squadron
again received a Christmas gift
of ii barrel of rum. Presentation
of the Jamaican barrel was made
bv Glllesple Brothers, and the
Trinidad barrel hy Mr II Alan
Walker of Ca
The new set of rules v. as listed
by Anne Kent, perwtiial .issistafc
to Miss Post, in a Cosmopolite
Magazine Article. Thev are: W
I. "First-iimm- calling i
in circles when- it- 1:.keii fSi
[ranted, but position and age
ihould be respected and chlidiSrf
houldn't call adults by their first
ames.
2 "Trousers on women."
Slacks are "r.ot incorrect" drass
for resort areas, sports, and loung-
ing at home, hut are improper for
"ity wear.
3 'The younger set" (past
ghteen) after midnight The
iodern young woman and her
ming man head for home alone or
ith other young friends, stopping
ff for a late snack.
4 -Posture" A little moral
acefulness of posture "would
imlnate a great American eye-
sore."
5. "The typewriter." The type-
writer for personal correspondence
in now not merely approved but
favoured, except that formal notax
and letters of sympathy are betuP
handwritten.
0 "Manners after divorce."
day, many divorced couples re-
iln good friends, or at least on
faking terms.
1. "women and nicotine." The
modem woman reaches for at
garette almost whenever or
herever she has the whim. .
8. "Calling on new neighbors." I
This old American custom Is van-I
hir.g. but Miss Kent believes that I
-people's Instinctive kindness will
eventually bring back the cour- I
9. "Buffet meats replace big |
iliners The modern hostess who [
gives a dinner party can prepare
head of time, relax, and ask the
guests to help themselves
10. "The decline of chivalry."
Since gaining a more equal status
ith men, women no longer ex-
pect deference as the "weaker"
sex. Among other things. Ihe old
hntx-off'ln-elevator rule has been
timp'u-tely revoked In business-
building elevator*
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PAGE THRKF
Boxing Will
Go Firsl
I** Pal I*Immmn
NF.W YOKK.
Boxing probably will b the
first to feel Uncle Sam's axe in
the evenl that it should become
to curtail or even Id
abolish wrlam sports In a national
emergency
In talks with some military men
i: tclv. we gathered the tmprvssu-n
that this time Uncle Sam is going
to ft Kim* that if the pugs can
light with gloves lot ,.
also .should tn- able to ptdi n
for their country.
And Uncle Samuel won't It t
himself be kidded m:
'hem on as sn-calle-t motnle
echelons for the
i of the bovs who may
have tn do the real fight In .
We understand, too. Q
Sam is going to tighten up OH
'he rule-; concerning deferment--.
We already have aren one young
Major League Pitcher pMn 4-F
status merely because he has one
('rum
Pack A Gun
That bum ear drum does not
revert htm from hearing every-
thing his manager whtspei
Mm nor prevent him from pilch*
log. Win shouldn't he pitk a
kiin like toe real of MM
so fortunate aa to have M.j i
League Ball club l>ack of him?
Madison Square (iarden author.]
ities will ihed no leen if boxing
given a recess fur a
tune The Garden actually k> l
money on the lost tight Friday
night when onlv a handful pal I
about $13,000 to watch n Btinkerro
staged by the I R <"
Some of the Garden slock-
holders would like to -tee boxing
BboUihed entirely In the Garden.
The Garden could fill those dates
26 this yearnow taken up t
lights. In fact, the Garden ha
g waiting list of convention*. *tr.
only too eager to move ir. if box-
ing moves out.
The flgtil rneket nevei
such poor ronditlon ns it is today
And for many reason*.
The main reason, of course, is
lack nf talent
' i ond reason is poor match-
id ii-w of house ftghtfi:
lo the exclusion of other iryto |
to break into the Garden.
Financial Gains
Anotlier reason is the lack ul
common sense among the man-
agers of lighters who .m lou
per cent, the best of it in trying
to protect their meal ticket*.
The powers thai be In the
racket would have you believe
that the attendance of flghu ha
dwindled almost to the vanishing
point only because there i# a
shortage uf entertainment dollars
vii labU
That is pure hokum. The New
York race tracks showed a gain
both in attendance and betting
while ihe light game has been
losing. And there is no hotter
fight fan than the average race
trncft punter.
But while the turt follower may
be a aucker for the races he does
not carry that wide-eyed in-
nocence into the light racket. He
knows his. fighters and he know-
when he is being fed a turkey
There hasn't been a light th
year worth more than a five-buck
top and the promoters shout
have paid the fans to attend most
of the shows they staged. Fight
fans may like to waltz but IhM
don't like to watch them.l.N.S
indicated by the recent disclosure
that the country has failed to
bu'ld do atletfuate stockpile of
I get UN
for this
li.ouin have soared 10
the highest livel in historv. notes
the National Oeoeraphfc Society,
Although practicall> even
nation grow n i wool, most of
.s luthani EUntp
HBbere lountries ~- Austral a,
Arg.nima. Now Zealand. Sou.h
ind Uruguay. Australia la
Ihe \m iIns lewder, accounting for
ubotit one-fourth of the inter-
national supply Large producers
In the Northern Hem !s]
he Uhlled Stata*, Graai Britain,
Spain, France and Italy.
Demand
and for wool has
. normalb eon-
it m million porjndl
annually: domestic sou*.
< than a fourth of that
i\ Beaton, long a centra
,f wool ti prlcea in
- tain) rut n lo nfl
si a pound fot

h as n> Ion-type
ibr<* havy been used .,
I'll* nehe has proved
Wholly ^at isf n tin \ hi
1'in man hi nearly M
dependent upon flwve from h'a
wen the ancients.
found evi-
dence et domesticated sheep as
early as the Stone Age. The origin
of primitive weaving is lost in

ii ind Egyptians were nriept at
vting. and the Phoenl-
le mi) mU wool cloth-
it ":
Our term
i .i ,i..( woman.
Spinster
>lHtls!,|".
sssjgg
wool trade of the Mid-
Ages, when moat of the weav-
iii the i hUm waa dona
i | t .mini t-eiitlewomen." John
i ntiop ..( ihe ftj ituitUet
patented in 17M. was the first
develop
menta which revolutionized the
wool trad*. Bv 1870. machines
hud displaced most of the hand-
irkaffl la the industry.
Various animals such as the
nlpaca. llama, goat and Angora
labbll yield wool, but by far the
largest percentage cc-mes from
heap, The cradle of the modem
sheep breeding Industry wa
Spain, homeland of the tamed
Merino Hiaea iheap are the
pjf nuts'. Of thf 200
i < c.ogni/Cil today. Ferdi-
nand and bntNula, sovereigns of
Spain In Ihe time of t'olumbus,
considered the Merinos so valu-
able tiiit they put to death in)
V. .-\;.l I . -
For cantUM Wool trading and
tnanufactura ban- bean of major
iportance in Great
Britain SvmbOj-niig this fact.
4Jue.il Kli'aJjeitbS cl-.ancellor in
H..... M I .MB" istojii.u il.
vwred aaea.
1 the tbrd
ntry
upon a ii'pJi-^'
of wool. To this da
Chancellor's jhjni b
e "vvoolsacic" -
Knlr>
Australia made its
e wool growing field in 1801
when Merinos from the royal
flock of England's King George
III were imported. Today sheep
and wool provide jobs for nearly
one-third of Australia's people.
Sydney is the industry's big
eiarket, where the Soviet gov-
ernment In recent years has been
aking large purchases.
Before World War II the L'S
sheep census was about 58 mil-
lion; at present the number is
only some 30 million Economists
balleva two factors are largel\
responsible for the decrease
attractive meat prices, which
havo resulted in the slaughter of
many animals, and the high cos:
of maintaining flocks. Texas
the lamest wool producer ami
the states. (I.N-S.)__________
Bridgetown In
The Days Of
"Philosophies"
If you dropped In OB
old William Btgno] do
Hndgetowii Taxi Co.. and found.
hun In a good mood, he would
tell you of t*-r liitw when there.
were only about 1PC
Barbados, when the roads about
Mia efty ware a < md he
carnage, buitgy and trail
used to carry on a 1>.
Hignol looks older than &5 and
when he talks to you from behtn.t
his shades he seems vary ex-
perienced He is a shei |
man with a wooden '
wears a khaki uniform N, a I I
works with (he Transport Boarri
acquaintances call him
Peg "
Blgnol lost his left fo
LVan now his eves
will light up when h< I
01 Ihe fa he Md ills i
to Met from hopping n.
Sugar an.i syrup uted to be
brought to town by
covMDrawn raits m 1910 whan
Bignol was a boy. Dftl
not have to set a drtwr1
or put a number on a ear in
those days. There U
number, one could DOl
.1 ear easily
In the carlv lci
carried a mnnhar behind, but
none In front
ii ii.L" >i had not
when he was a boy. h
have been .1 drtVai Hut much
as he Uki th. 1 Id
days, he dislikes it now. Hr
does not think he could 1 eiforfi
',. elf with t
"Ijuidaus"
A carrlaaa u*i 10 cm ihraa
pasaengrrs. Blgnpl told the
.%dvfj|r yMuHUU thai tlicn-
were a few "Landaus' 1
of carrlagi hit 1 ouM t irry
six passengers BuSgMi
seldom uaed for publii
tation. but more for theli
convenience.
When tourists came to the
island in lyio. private car ownari
uted to rent them iheir iais
There were not any taxi com-
panies.
Men used to ride tali MCVI I
In the days of tram can And
people called them "RUloaopbll
When Bignol was ir ha Wl......
with the Tram Line Companv
cleaning tram line- His job with
the Transport Boaui now u to
direct car drivers where to pnrk
the Lower Broad BlnaH park-
4 Hs Behind
The Curtain
\ UBNNA,
: AnuMicati ins: -
tuUoa it ever then- was on*, 1 probably the OtirJ "ami" or-
Kamzaiion flouiislunii belund tin Iron Curti
Iti the Rusmaii Zone 01 Austj-isj, hke in Um thraa araa
.ir. nungatera are 4-H*an
MSaaatll ot itienihrrs m tl e
Unit*
The Buwiani don't hke it n bit. to be sure They hav
1 1 membership Ml they have never banned 4-H
o popular.
The g .vi agricultural

OR : .
1 Votiih '
In Austria. ., '
tury-old. outdated farming fa* 5UI*I ' Aaawlean j..
methods. 4-H 1- doaU a Mataa- *tjy*' ipcrvisors and. ih:i
manhkf ettlna acres. 'Prinu. the rtnl answers came
ung meth- Dfk from the States The arri-
val 1 in mall froiii lira
The movement 1****1 m the Wl1 ,-'
spring of 1949 m the Ami-.'.can *n*? '"'' 'he aagyntl
i the UM >""'hv
Army t- ihg hand Sal ttartad
ing spot He hai a keen eyi
can easily detect where space is
and can gauge the size uf a car1
and tell the di Iver, Youi cai Ii
too big for this space" by u
glance at the cai.
Before ears used lo be purked
in Lower Broad Street, donkey.
mule and hand caVti U
parked there From the time M
could remember, Bignol sail,
those evergreen tree* were theic
Pilots Must Giv>
Flight Plans
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27
Airmen must give flight piai
for planes entering or mo within certain zones over the
United States under a Govern-
ment order which went into effect
today. But the Civil Aeronautic
Administration who issued the
regulation said that enforcement
would be delayed 15 days to give
airmen time to familiarise them-
selves with the rules and the e-
stricted areas. The zones extend
along the entire west coast, the
northern part of the Atlantic
coast, much of the Canadian and
Mexican borders and around
atomic installations. The regula-
tion was aimed to help Air Force
defence units identify planes
"security aieus". Heater
WHEN BUYING MATCHES
ALWAYS ASK FOR
SWEDEN'S BEST MATCH
"THREE STARS"
ON SALE EVERYWHERE
mushr : |gh Mll (out
/ones.
In the autumn of that year.
U.S. Armv vehicle!
transportation to club member*
utd then
1 [hey could
UN
chen, l_, and He,i
Upper Austria
1 oflV lah I the fair*


have be]
I of the
duba
Austrian
I the 4-H
. rune
To-d.-tv. 1" 0
sneak tin
wad. 11 ,1th," the
1 fi aloi
fbajr 11

1 *u. inesnbaffi are
wrowins; .t An-tn-
. najvej could before peas,
era, l>eet'
and hybrid COtlt is gTi
!.. iteved
too high for uraln t>> ><"
AceopHir
the 4-H clubs are serving three
important purposes
1. They give Austrian young-
sters a much closer tie to home
..id oitiiniiinity. helping !> halt
the drift from the farms to the
'omethuiK which has
long worried Austrian
2. They ore usually the Aus-
trian youth's first cmounter with
elections; The member el it t their
with a free and open
ballot in which boys
equul rlghta, acqualntlnsj
1 1
s. They help Austrian agrl
iltural. hard hit by iii>- wai In
the atternpi to 1 opa with its im-
portant 1 la of meetini lha tood
demands of the popuhitu>n
Prom the very start, Austrian
hoys and girls adopted the club*
with great enthusiasm and many
an old-timer of the Alpine com-
munities^watching the Interest
of the youngster*-said They are
tho most successful innovation
they have am In their live*
The -I II club members usuall>
Me In village school houses
md, alter having greeted each
other with the familiar Austrian
Salutation "Grucss Gott." discuss
their tatett problem* and swap
h
Like their meclin*. their lan-
guage would" scarcely be under-
stood bv American farm youths,
but their discussion on COWS,
ptgs, gardens and canning pro-
jects would seem familiar in low.
Vermont
In fact. Austrian 4-H clubs are
organized much as their counter*
lha T'S Austrian club
members are n1o catching the
spirit of working together on
1,, ..,'.. with fnnn
re eJmoaaTh u Is quite new.
Last winter, when villages in
A :-trlnn Alp* W< I
hound. Atislrlnm palnitaldnilr
lahoured over let!
can club members to exchance
Elprciaiiv in tne Russian / n>
dear from aome-
one 1 Nebraska, Paaauwlvanla,
N rollna and Texas.
IN B.
U..\.Troops Pushtd
IWk Ten Miles
Preas (-.r l
rutted Bouth Kom
theat north'1 wttnJ
the 38;h |
na a mighty good
|ob he said tonight
Oeneral MacArthur tod
BOtnaad as his Aide
laptatn Sam Walker *oi, t the
reeenUy killed Eighth Ant
mander. Lieutenant (li-
ion H Walker
Captain Walker formerly served
in the United State? 2*th Infant
Mvtston m Korea The body
General Walker will be flown to
the United States from Tok*.
: chi be-morrow Keaaer.
Barbados C oast Station
Ships la loach With
', ,- W. r
ihp ronn>t
-. tO'nmunlratr
Cabman, s-
1 ufano
I
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Trea stiff
from Scot 111 ml
THE FAMOMS
GROUSE ItR.wiP
WHISKY (
Trainers Up In Arms
LON being so
British racehorse trainers ai upreUtd and <
up in arms Although
profess to l** license unless
tbey object to the rub .thing like a regular
which holds them reopenaable foi poUca lone uatchin.
all case- and
horse* ted with him
In the past t-1> manl -
trainer^ have lost the'i itcenai Haa Jochej Chab h..*-er -
after aonaa ken oC drug hat! itetermineu lo clean up horse
been found in the saliva 11 racami m Britain and will con-
rwaat of toreM lorJei theti tmue to hold trainers lesponsibl'-
charge for the conditi The ii blain th-t th in I
Sir Edward
Frankland
was eassfSf Ac tint A* Jtvtlop
V dttorj f vJtmcjr, u-htek
aaaJaaa asw eW aWass dhtf
iasaaav aff Naacarr are ada*
aaaraWr. TV dawryplaytJm
impcrimu part m thf rtAmftmt
aaajdj a| aaanay. Wuh Sk
tvaaaasaj Uckytr, British
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wstrr afpty, mi isMarJ 4 tf$wm > At eaajbjfc *.saaaa /aMarr fat hmtrti*
a4M iejBJaa him dnr a A nnsaas.
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SMitrf Jtom t$7t-i, mJ a/ i.V /uOMtt* of CktmUtrf jmm i#7M''
Jr J kim ,a hmhnt hoHMrAtCtflty MMol
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER :!'. I'f.n
BARBADOS^ AOVtKrfTE
Saturday. December 30. 1951)
Ml. Alt
THK Barbadoi 9ufaV Producers" Asso-
ciation has been officially informed that
the 1951 price of sugar has been fixed at
32. 17. 6 per ton c.i.f. This is an LnentM
of 2. 7. 6 over the 1950 price.
To a community with a population of
approximately 200000 almost entirely
dependent upon fUgaVT this will be cheer-
ing news. Barbados has always been
dependent on the revenue earned from her
staple industry fur the maintenance of her
standard of living and the cost of adminis-
tration of the governm_n'. Oil is still a
potential revenue earner and Barbados
has not yet been able to find secondary
industries which will provide employment
for so many as the sugar industry.
This satisfactory price is the result of
long and patient negotiations begun in
1948 between the West Indian Sugar Pro-
ducers and the Ministry of Food. The
original demand for a long term agree-
ment to purchase all the exportable suf
plus from the West Indies was rejected by
the Food Minister and after discussions in
London the British Government agreed to
an eight year period subject to annual
revision
Under the term of tins agreement the
additional 2. 7. 6. on the 1950 price in-
cludes the extra cost anticipated in the
production and export of the 1951 crop
especially the increased cost of bags which
at one time were not available. The in-
crease also wisely makes provision, in
accordance with the wishes of the Sugar
Producers, for an increase in wages for
those occupied in the industry
In addition to the increase in the price of
sugar, that of molasses has been strength-
ened and ensures a greater revenue return
from the vacuum pan molasses export
market
Recent estimates of the 1951 crop in this
island set the amount at 175,000 tons. This
does not in any way affect the price as
there is no competitive element in the sale
of this sugar to the British Government
but at the same time it affords a greater
margin for conversion into molasses sale-
able in a market without a quota and for
home consumption.
There is not all plain sailing, however,
even with this satisfactory increase in the
price of sugar and molasses It will mean
greater revenue but there is still some
anxiety over the present position of bags.
These are necessary for the export of
sugar inasmuch as bulk shipment has not
yet come to the West Indies and they must
be available in quantities adequate to the
amount of sugar manufactured. At present
there is a shortage in the supply of jute
used in bag manufacture in India, but the
job of arranging for the remainder of the
supply which has been already ordered, is
in the capable hands of Mr. A. S. Bryden
and it is to be hoped that they will arrive
in time.
The question of the uniformity of price
between that of the West Indies and that
of the Commonwealth countries, accord-
ing to official sources remains to be settled
by the Ministry of Food.
Guatemala Hot Spot
WASHINGTON, Deo. 28.
Guatemala. In Central America.
.i hulbed of Communist activity
trains! United States Interests.
In Guatemala the communist*
BY MALCOLM JOHNSON
INS Staff Corraipondenf
tied the life of the American Am-
Hichard C. Patterson Jr.
The situation was so grave that
ie Guatemala Government de-
manded Patterson's recall on the
MJtexl that this 'meddling" in
i tern nt affairs endangered his
recall
uIj FSG). led by the vociferous
Pinto I'saga, and claiming some
62.000 member;.
Tin- Venezuelan government
now In the hands of a Junta headeu
b> German Suarei Flamerich. but
the Communists, while officially
outlawed as a party, are still busy
gmtraUai hate againxt the us.
Pinto, who has made
anti-US. speeches, was
thl piinclpal backers
Arbenz
As In other Latin American
ountrles, they attack "A:
imperialism." American invest-
iolrntly ments, particularly in oil, and the
one of "Imperialistic war In Korea.
Economically, Venezuela is one
of the world's largest suppliers of
Washington refused to recall President Juan Jose Arevalo, oil Its geographic proximity
aderson __ officially that Is. wiium Arbem is to succeed, pro- us makes It more important a
cvertheless he returned to the 'esses friendship for the United source of supply than the Middle
nited Slates last March and Is States. Cast, especially in the event of
rw in Washington. He is still_______.. ... war with the Soviet Uniot
rnbassadnr In Guatemala in ab- Nevertheless, it is pointed out
,uua In Washington that Arevalo This source of supply could be
throughout his administration vital to the United States In
Patterson is an outspoken dlplo- has temporized with, if not World War II, for instance, Vt
-at who pulls no punches when encouraged, the communists ezuela supplied us with almost
iscussing the communists In __ one and a half million barrels ol
what
Hi
il daily, or almost enough for
interests
Guatemala,
'.uatemala or anywhere else. Of Preaching
communist threat to Ameri- "spiritual socialism". Arevalo has ,h its"" Navv's Atlantic fleet
he been friendly with communist
officials from other countries, en- in addition. Venezuela is rich
tertaining them in his home, ac- in iron ore, possessing some of the
cepllng their influence and em- purest deposits in the world. It
ploying some of them in his gov- k also the biggest customer for
ernment c S exports In all Latin America.
Through .he Federation of Latin ** 'SS^JfFm *"" CU9_
American workers (CTA L).
Guatemala's trade unionists are
affiliated with the World Feder-
ation of Trade Unions, which
the A.F. of L and the C.I.O
"Guatemala is the No. I state
onomkally )n Central America.
Ufa take roughK SO per cent of
'heir exports and American cap-
ial has large investments in
ihuiana Plantations, Railroads,
Klectrie Power Plants. Interna-
tional Airlines and Shipping
temer In the world.
"The.se interests have been pet ----- -
"cuted ro such an extent by pro- have denounced as a tool of th
Health For The Poor
THE opening of the St. Michael Medical
Centre at the Parochial Buildings during
the week is another step by the Vestry of
the parish to cater to the needs of the poor.
The centre has been set up for the con-
venience of the sick pour who need medi-
cal attention without being confined in the
Almshouse.
It was customary in the past for all those
who needed medical attention to go to the
Almshouse where the parochial medical
officers examined and prescribed for them.
Il entailed at times great discomfort as
they had to travel long distances. This will
now be avoided.
Last year provision was made for the
appointment of a third P.M.O. Attend-
ance at this centre was set out as part of
his duties and now the Centre has been
erected. Then will Im- nurse in attend-
ance and every facili'v i;iven to those who
need attention there.
The St. Michael Vestry deserves to be
commended in taking another step in
catering to the needs; of the poor of the
parish.
communist ami extreme nati
fetnti that it is just -i
question of hew mum longer they
can hold out The trouble the
communists gave me has alerted
American interests in the fact that
they are In danger of expropria-
tion. These acts of aggression
against American interests will
continue unless the American gov-
ernment provides appropriate ac-
tion."
In Guatemala, as In other l.nm
American countries. Washington
ntithoriUes say, the communist In-
fluence extends far beyond their
numerical strength.
They have infiltrated the gov-
ernment ibtelf, obtaining some
key positions. TJnttl recently there
had been no officially registered
communist party.
After Patterson's departure,
however, the oanmunists came
out in the open, resigning from
the parties into which they had
infiltrated A movement 1 s now
under way to start an avowedly
Marxist Party, flaunUng the
communist hammer Hnd sickle
The present situation Is regard-
ed as uncertain and dangerous
Tht. new President- Elect, Col.
Jacobo Arbenz. due to take office
next March, is a military man
wtcnstbly anti-communist
. Soviet Union
POCKET CARTOON
(> OSBFJtr LANCASTER
Communist Menace Causes
Big Rise In Defence Costs
OTTAWA.
National defence in 1950 thrust aside any
financial restraint and became big and costh
business for Canada. It swirled far ahead
of all other types of government expendi-
ture.
As the year ends, the era of the $1,000,000.
000 military budget is only three months
distant. It will come with the next federal
budget. A sombre cabinet, facing up to i
world in crisis, has said it will.
It came fairly close in 1950. Fur a year
that started off with a relatively modest in-
crease planned for defence, it came start-
ngly close to the billion dollar mark It
started off with a $425,000,000 delence budge1,
and ended up around $850,000,000
The reasons were obvious and threatening
They could be compressed into one word-
Korea. Or, going deeper. Russia. __
The ramifications were more complex. The 1
extra $440,000,000 voted by parliament at its
Fall emergency session was needed largely
not for Canada herself but for her allies. The
government, accepting Canada's "intern.i
tional obligations in a two-fold way. got
,-:(00.000,000 to carry out a programme of
helping arm Europe.
The first shipments, spearhead of equip-
ment for a division, went forward to the
Netherlands late in the year An equal
mount will go to the Netherlands or an-
other Atlantic Pact ally next year.
The cost of Canada's Korean activities was
placed tentatively at $50,000,000 for the ex-
isting fiscal year. But the programme was
broader than that. It called for acceleration
Mad expansion all along the line in a field
where costs have become staggering
5400,000 for a single one-seater lighter plane.
Korea was behind all this. But it also had
its good points. It broke the log jam in
Washington and opened the way for revival
of the wartime economic integration of
Canada and the United States for the pur-
poses of arms production. It brought inten-
sified drives for the St. Lawrence Seaway
as a defence project.
It spurred civil defence planning and
brought the green light for communities to
start getting ready for the worst. It electri-
lied the movement towards integrated west-
ern defence through the Atlantic Pact.
The biggest costs were ahead and late in
the year cabinet ministers indicated to the
Federal-Provincial Conference there is no
way of telling just how large they will he
That would defend on the wave of crises
breaking around the periphery of the free
world. But they would hit at least $1,000.
000.000 in 1951-52. bringing with them high-
er taxes and blows at the civilian economy.
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Washington nut* that the Com-
i.unist Influence in Venezuela be-
gan developing in the early 30'
illegally The party first became
legal In 1M5 under Preatden"
(alias Medina
Shortly thereafter, the Demo-
cratic action party of Komulo
Betancourt lefttsh. but non-
Communist came into power,
unly to fall In 1B48-
There are now two Communist
elements in Venezuela. One stems
from the official party (PCV>
which was outlawed last May fol-
lowing a strike in the oil fields
The other is the Proletarian Rev-
olutionary Party, usually idenli-
fed as PHP (C) meaning Com-.
"unlft- | LONDON,
remami'nf !eS part^d^n-ten ] Britain ,n 1950 began to pay her way as a
by Communists. Its chief strength trading country, but rising raw-material
Is In labour unions
Mexico often Is cited as a
classic case of the historical
causes for Communis' exploita-
tion of hostility to the United
S'.iti-
Public activity of the Commun-
ists In Mexico is not Important,
uvi Washington, but they have
made Inroads In two classesthe
'intellectuals1' and the union
workers
BritainsEf ononiic Advance
Sometimes, according to stu-
dents of Communist activity In
Latin America, there seems to be
a hair-line difference between the
strongly nationalistic Mexican re-
volutionary Ideology and the
Arbenz. however, accept* l* Communist party line insofar as
Communist support In the .,0- they affect relations with the U.S.
vember election and 11 was a Another factor which helps The two, however should not
major factor in his election. Ho make Guatemala today a danger be confused The strictly Mexl-
l.as the army behind him. but spot in Latin America Is a strung can revolutionaries are strongly
Washington wundera whether nationalistic feeling. The na- nationalistic and therefore un-
Arbenz. politically Indebted to the Ilonolists. while antl-communists, fnendlv to American capital In
t omnunwta, will dart- oppose resent the economic control of Mexico, but they are not Com-
I'tem after he takes office. American companies. munlsts
That Is a key question to which The communists are seizing Among the organized workers.
Washington awaits an answer upon this issue by agitating Mexico of course has the most
The situation 1. betaf watched strlkM and encouraging the powerful pro-communist labour
closely. Either way, as Washing- threat of expropriation of Amen- badge snd organiser in all Latin
It, Arbem will l*-pUt-ynn can investments. Just aa Mexico America -Vicente Lo
a dangerous game. expropriated oil resources years riano
If he goes alung with the Com-
munists he will play into their
I winds and may become, in effect,
a puppet 1'iesiilent If lie opposes
thgfll he nsks possible revolution,
lhou;.h it >" presumed thai he b
enough nnl1t.11> strength
handle any Ked uprising
lfb
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to their importer friends and customers caused by the
congestion at the steamers' warehouses.
This is on account of causes beyond their control
and steps are being taken to relieve the situation.
They request that all importers draw their cargo
with :is little delay as possible as further arrivals are
expected shortly.
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hUatoo
ti glcslly and economically im-
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to both countries are plagued with vest 1 gators seems to be that Mexi-
CotnnttmM Wiroences attempting vu lon(J B((0 became a centre of
,.-,!.. '" U'ld*n1"1' rriendly- relations Communist conspiracy for aabo-
One great source of C ommunlst v,lln U8 espionage and concerted ef-
s-length in Guatemala Is the ^ ,0%ngender hatred for the
Trade Unions, which were orgun- In this period of world crisis. ,, s mone the Mexican people
lied and arc ion trolled by Com- vhon the political stability of
munlsts. with the help of party Latin American governments I* Despite steadily improved
followers from Mexico and Cuba, vital to this country. Veneniela friendly relations between the
There are approximately 80.000 has undergone a f-uccession of rev- Iwo governments, the Communists
unionized workers. The largest olutions. culminating last month have *ucceeded to ome extent In
gnmgt, notUjl industrial, 1 the hi the assassination of President thi* objective.
Kedci.icioi Sinduce! de Ouatem- Carlo* Delgado Chalbaud INS
l'iices and a full-blooded re-armament pro-
. i.iiniiif permitted little relief from auster-
ity.
In the lirst six months of the year, the
country's economic climate changed radi-
cally and remarkably. Almost without any-
body noticing it. "boom" began to replace
"crisis" in talk of Britain's external economic
position. From January to June, the sterl-
ing area's gold and dollar reservesso low
the previous autumn that Britain drastically
devalued the pound sterlingrose by
262.000,000.
Britain herself accounted for only
L 36,000.000 of the increase. The rest was
provided by Marshall Aid and increasing
sterling-area sales to the dollar countries
These commodities sold at booming prices
prompting economists to warn that the in-1
crease might be only temporary. But pro-
duction in Britain was up nine per cent, and
the OOUIttry seemed iraiK 10 map the bene
' pott-war etToi is
Then came Korea. The United Nations'
decision to try to halt aggression meant big-
<*er arms programmes. Stockpiling princi-
pally by the United States, sent prices soar-
ing. Britain decided that rearmament and
the dollar-export drivenow finally gaining
real momentummust share priority. But
there were difficulties.
At the year's end. some manufacturers
complained they could not obtain materials
for dollar industries because of the swltrh
to war production. Diversion of manpower
posed similar problems. C.P.
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To (he Editor, The Advocate dy behind
tletnon had rendered to WI has been characterised as surpris- autocratic and absurd dealingand steal flowers as *c
Cricket Apparently the Board ing. Impertinent and ungrateful will no longer be tolerated, are placed on graves.
_ couple ..t mu "", ** ,ne necessity of re From a recent communlcaUo.i There I. no insular feeling when t wou\d mention for the infor-
_ cloaed doors, the rording their appreciation of the from Headquarters, it is made 1 awlously suggest that Worrell maUon ot Rlp and olhr, ,.
SIR,NOW thai the propoaed public was kepi waiting for service* of the Captain .Manager .clear th;.t unt.l e are reconcile*! eekc* Walcoti. Marshall and ^9 practice of removing flow-
visit of the West Indies Cricket nearly a week for what was f> Assistant Manager and Baggage- to the fact that the money la th- Goddard should stand nrm 10- ^ f^j^ gm^ ploL, bv chj|drei
Teiwn to Australia has bean settled, ** a K"d *nd dramatic pro- lnn in "sUtlng the team to pil property of the board and Is now geiher. letMr. Nune* come out of ,lld adu|ta has b^ brought to
those of your reader* who have i">uneement, to be released UP the tidy sum of ES2.000 Th" held in trust In Jamaica, that we his retirement, ^lect his own lh# .Mention of the Wctbur.
followed the conduct of llu Weal "igh.-ut the Island?, almul- Press Release did 1.0I mention the shall not receive a single penny team and make .-very effort to Cemetery Commissioner* wh
Indies Cricket Hoard of Control taneouily. fact that all the members of the "until there Is a better under- achieve that happ> union and co- have made further efforts U
from just before the visit ol the The release of the smciwt and Te*m* Mve ono' "celved T20 00 standing of the position" To be ojjeraUon which a In not ""> ,..] this pilferage by eektai
which did not
1MB af.CC Team, to the recent cqnndua7dBfii^e/Srn^S3 Th wm* m'ny <"nrT '"'retard more specific until our atUtud" dilllngulsh his best efforts in IMS
Meeting which look tlj.ee In Trin- ^01*1^.1^^,^.1^1^ omissions of great Interest, but of .hanger and we desist .rum qua*- ERIC INNISS.
dad a lew month! . must have supposedly took olacete'weTn "*"* '.*" ^^ IV" n0"C "' tionln* ,hf decWo? * "*** cn"
formeri certain optoloM Perhaps V RKNuS and the A.',^ -vour bu*lne". *> *"** Ucnen who have been chosen tn Cmrea
S'JSK ""I1 ",;,\l' oTconVrol which re"- Proceeding onward, the Board S^ST'oieS?- we'letfTa* T "" "*10'- ^ A*"*
nypubltc body **iabllshedsucM .,, , lhe w ,., forccd conde...nde.l tc allocate E2.000 l \. c"" na" not SIR._Ple.se allow me to reply
a record of ..,-.,.i.....utocral ^..rc in the spoils to a letter appearing in the Ba-
Rii. rt* '":'">"''*?. P**!"^!* t(.r , diBtant |an hoei bob f ti ,uc a '"uileantly to tell us that the Utlng seaUnij accomm.xlation at when Mr President and his under the caption of "Graves"
an n span- m nine. President was grant The moal reeenl exampla of tin ed S1.2iX>.M. Ihe Honorary S-cre- little Barbados, whose contingent that however eJaarmmg and eon- requested by this lndi\ idual l<>
ili,> ma**- tary a mare 12,400.00. accompanied made quite an appreciable contri genial they can be when no have the Cemetery cleaned up
Ing of thi; august body which was by pious resolutions recording the button to the financial success of opposition Is forth, -ning to their for the coming festival of those
bald in Trinidad in October valuable lervlcM which these geo- the tour raacted In a manner which plant, quips and prank... lucb children who frequent there
amend the Wi
ter Act whereby a greater
measure of control enn be at-
tained in combatting 'his nui*
snee However, it i to be regrelte'
that persons entering the West
melerv should be "
' the elementary pr!nrt
OOncj as t" make Been
Miry speelflc laws for the contn
1 act ice
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VIELLE CURE


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1954
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
r\r.E nvr

More Acres Will
Yield 1951 Sugar Crop
ACCORDING to returns received under the Sugar
Cane Census Act, 1937 (1937-7). the total acreage to be reap-
ed by plantations in 1951 is 35,020.72 acres, made up ol
12..*>5.>.14 acres of plant canes and 22.465.58 acres of ratoons
of all kinds. The acreage to be reaped by plantations in
1951 exceeds that of 1950 by 779 47 acres; there is a decrease
f 880.64 acres of plant canes and an increase of 1 660 11
acres of ratoons.
------ To the total of S5.020.72 acres to
be reaped by plantations must be
addt the area plrnied by .mallei
cultivators estimated at approxi
mately 7.000 acre,, making a grand
total of 42.020 72 acres tobe nap.
ed in 1951.
The initial estimate of the 1351
crop, made at the end of Novem -
ber. is 173.000 tons of sugar, tin.
estimated tonnage may Increase oi
decrease according to the weather
conditions which prevail during
the next three or four month:, and
the rapfdlty with which the rrocj
is harvested
This big 1951 crop Is due to the
excellent rainfall condition* whlcii
prevailed during the is
The average total lor tin aJovt i.-
month period January Novem-
ber. 1950 is approximately 7281
inches as compared with 57.38
inches for the correspond k
iwrtod fur 1949 It ls aunt highvi
than the average total for the same
iwriod for the last 100 jreari which
was 5503 inches
Overhauling
All the sugar factories in the
island are now overhauling their
machinery in preparation for the
crop which Is likely to start early
next month.
It I- understood that Searles In
Christ Church, Foursquare in St
Philip and Spring Hall and Fair-
field In St. Lucy expect to begin
grinding on January 8, while a
number of the other factories ate
hoping to start on January Tl
The canes are. not completely
ripe at present, but the crop Is s
big that an early start is neces-
sary, to get it off before the rainy
season begins and causes the cane.
to rot.
A detailed statement of the acre-
ages of plant canes and ratoonr.
to be harvested by plantations <<
over 10 acres) in the various par-
ishes of the Island during the 1951
. sjkhQ i- liven In-low.
Vestry Nomination
Day U January 2
NOMINATION DAY for the
Veslrtra of the island la fixed for
Tucsdiy January 2. and rumour
is that there will be a cortest in
some of the parishes.
In St Michael, Mr J. W
Hewitt Master Ta'lor of Cole-
ridge Street who was unsuccess-
ful at the pulls ui yr. will
again be appealing to the elec-
torate. Mr Dan F. Blackett of
the Tare* newspaper will also
i- '.king election. The names of
libers proposing to contest the
seats of last year's Vestry mm in
the various parishes are not yet
known.
Til- personnel af the last Ves-
tries were:
ST. MI II \l 1
Mr E D Mottley, MC.P; Mr
T W Miller; Mr HA. Tudor,
" Goddard. M.C.P.; Mr
V W. A. ChMK Mr T MoD
Kvrnmnnrts. Mr. A H Brydeii,
Ml I.'. c ItlOWIIC ; Mi B A.
W, II.. I..-IIII II. .n V C G.lc.
M 1 -<-' ; M. C. A llrritlhwiiite.
III A II Tuppt, Ml D. G
U-JIKt (Jr 1: Mr r
Ml E T C Bethel MC.P.;
Mi J. K C. Cronnt
Horticultural
Exhibition
Revised
i dados Horticultural So-
ciet> which was Incorporated in
1M8. and which will hold an
exhibit i ii Queen's Park on
ShtUfl ay, March 17. after a lapse
of four years is not the first Horii-
lultural Society that the island has
had.
There used to be another such
Society more years ago than Mr.
H. N. Leacock. President of the
present Society can remember,
and it was because ihe first Societv
died with its lin.m. ial affairs In a
healthy state that the present
Society was born.
Asked by the Advacaie yester-
day how the orusvnt Society can*
Into being. Mr. l-cucock said that
It had been brought to his knowl-
edge that there was money to the
credit of the ilrfuncl Society lying
in one of the ntv banks, and that
the Interew on that money could
be used to give prises at exhibi-
tions
meeting
Wild Guesses* But
One Was Right
MR.
Houm",
CHARLES E MBUULL, owner of "Caneiield
Thomas tvaa the subject of the Advocate's
"Your Guess" con p
n of Station Mill Sl
Barbados*
Sea-Bathing
tacompi EX-BANK MANAGER
CHRIST < III H< II
Mr. G C Ward: Mr. F. C.
Goddard; Mr C. S McXonilt;
Mr H. St. C Ward; Hon'ble
A G. Glttens, M.L.C.; Mr C. M.
Drayton; Mr. J. E. Webster;
Mr. V. W A Chase; Mr. C. D.
Dranford; Mr G. C Ashby;
Mrs. H. A. Talma; Mr. U- J.
Parravlcino; Mr. Hugh Garnes;
Mr. A. M. Jones; Mr C. Mil:
Mr M. E R. Bourne.
ST. PHILIP
Mr. A. G. F. Farmer; Mr.
D. D. Garner. M.C.P.; Mr E I.
I.yte; Mr T D Mayers; Mr ,
E L. Moore; Mr. A T. Skeete;!
Mr R B Skeete; Mr. H L
Smith; Mr. R. St C Weaker
Mrs F E. Daysh.
BT. JAMES
Mr S A Walcott; Mr. J H.
Wilkinson. MC.P.; Mr. A. L.
Jordan; Mr C. G. Masslah; Mr.
S Masslah; Mr. A. G Johnson;
Mr W. W Denny; Mr. E.
Holder; Mr. R. S- Bancroft; Ml.
D. K. Webster
ST. JOSEPH
Mr W R. Coward; Mr A P.
Cox; Mr II W. Carter; Mr. L. L
Gill; Mr. J. A. Haynes; Mr.
L. E. Smith, M.C.P.; Mr. O. R.
Hutson; Mr. C. A. Williams; Mr
J Itr.inch; Mr. W. I. Goodlng.
SI JOHN
Mr C. C. Oreenidge; Mr.
R. DeC CNeale; Hon. J. D-
Chandler. M.L.C.; Hon. G D L,
Pilr. OB.E ; M.L.C.; Mr. B. L. \-
Barrow; Mr F D. G Simp>0n;
Mr M. M. Greaves; Mr. E. 1
Clarke: Mr. J. W ChandleV.
Mr. N B Howell.
ST. PFTFR
Mr G. C. GUI; Mr. C. Thorn-
ton; Mr T S. Chandler; Mr
D. !' Corbin; Mr. C. H. P.
Gordon; Mr. P. Whltehead: Mr
O. G. Bannister; Mr. W W
Bradshaw; Mr. G. C. Parrls:
Mr A A Gill
ST. lA'CY
Mr J E. T Brancker. M.C.P.;
Mr. E. L. Ward, MC.Pj Mr.
E. L. Bannister, Mr. F. A
Greaves; Mr W. L. Greaves;
Mr. G G. Harris; Mr. K C.
O/Neale; Mr. w H Year wood;
Mr. I. C. Sobers; Mr. G Fit* G.
O'NV.il,-
ST. THOMAS
Mr. J Mahon; Mr. R. E
Reeves; Mr K. Sandiford; Mr
CM. Collins; Mr A. E. Cave,
Mr. L. D. OIU; Mr. J. C
Thorne; Mr S. A. Walcott; Mr
W T. Goodlng; Mr. D A Wat-
son.
ST. GEORGE
Hon. G. D. L. Pile, O.B.E.;
M I. C.i Mr. C. L Sealy; Mr.
H. A. Dowdlng, M.C.P.; Mr
II H. Goring; Mr. A. C. Gor-
ing; Mr. M. A. Wilkinson: M
C. I. B. GUI; Mr. A D. Vlelra;
Mr. E. S. Robinson; Mr R. E
King.
ST. ANDREW
Mr. B. S. Wilkinson; Mr
J II. Bovcll: Mr. McDonald
handler; Mr. G. L Farmer;
Mr D. A. Foster; Mr. E D
Foster; Mr. J. A. Haynes; Mr
W. W. Foster; Mr. B S
Vaughan; Mr. S A. Worrell
Potatoes Arrive
OVER 200 crates and 550 bag
ol potatoes urrlved for Barbadoi
yesterday among the cargo of the
WlllemaUd which cnlled inwn
Amsterdam and it..mLu> :
Other cargo arriving by her in-
cluded canned fish, mackerel, ap-
ple sauce, confectionery, barley,
boneless hams, bacon, sultanas,
rolled oats. "Cyprus" wines, mar-
tini vermouth. beer, safety
matches, cognnc and paper bags.
134 Vaccinated
THE number of people vaccin-
ated in the island since the cam-
paign against small pox began
reported yesterday to be
4.411.
Returns at the C.M.O's office
showed that 134 people wen vao-
Inated at the seven centres of St.
Michael yesterday. The report
hio showed that 89 were vac-
inated in St. George, and 8 in
St. James since centr.
opened In those parishes
The Bridge Police Post again
topped the St. Michael centres
iterday. This centre got 3"
and next to It was Wcstbuiy
Girls' School with 26. Queen's
park received 22. the Parochial
'Buildings 13. the CM O's office 25.
the Baby Creche at Eagle Hall y
and Carrlngton's Village, 2
W.C.C. DOUBLES
DONATIONS
- THF dance held by the Women's
Canadian Club m February has
been so successful that the club
has been able to donate twice the
amount to local chanties than they
have been able to do in the past.
The club has also made its first
donation of $100 to the Y.W.CA
fund. ,
Other charities received the fol-
lowing amounts:
i. .i.
d*on ChaiiUaa
illrmni' Horn*
Almait HoitW
:. Vlncsml Up P"l
uu GiQaon'i Charltle*
Neman Catholic ChaHUn
Mr. Biowni. Chsiiue.
Ilralhwailr Home
g"Ssu?aSra-.
Hayriti M*nniill School
SI Paul ami SI Ambroa* Humr
I'ull Bl ' rur.il
M' BklM Baby Crtche
tloodwlll !*"*
Wvllsr* LaBUt
____r svholihip ruad
Salvaaon Amy
Year wood Hir*
jaj m
SO 00
SO 00
enthusiasts was held, and the So-
formad and Incorporat-
ed Mr. l^aciK-K became its presi-
dent, and the first vice-president
was the late Mr Joe Connell. Mrs
John Williams was the first hon-
orary secretary, an office that Miss
Enid Shepherd now Alls.
Pation II UM Governor of Bar-
I ridus
Petrol Ration
Mr. Leacock, explaining why
there had been lapses in holding
exhibitions during the war years.
blamed it on the rationing of
petrol Holding such a show
called for a lot of preliminary
work by members, and during
those years they could riot spare
the petrol to do that work. What
little they had was kept to run
them to their places of business.
There were also lapses during
rears of drought when the use of
tipe water for gardening was for-
Idden, and flouer growers could
tot get the best out of their gar-
den plots. i
Now that the shows have started
again, Mr. I,cacock said the So-
ciety will do its best to see that
there are no more lapses.
Five Special Prizes are awarded
at this show, and up to now Mrs
H. N. Leacock, Mrs W II Gran-
num and Capl. E. A. Chase have
been the most constant winners of
these prlr.es. Mrs. Leacock held her
own In Classes 1 and 2. devoted
to growing plants in flower pots
or tubs, and to cut flowers. The
sliver cup presented by Messrs
Knights Ltd. to be awarded to
private growers, members of the
Society winning the largest num-
Si.-i as points in these two classes
won by Mrs. Leacock every
year from 1937 to 1940.
From IMS to 1837. Mrs. Gran-
ni: won the Silver Medal pre-
sented by the British Carnation
Society 10 the competitor submit-
ting the best grown carnation
plant in flower She won it again
In 1940.
Orchid Champion
tapt. E. A. Chase used to be
the acknowledged local orchid
champion. The silver cup pre-
sem-d by Messrs G. W. Hutchin-
son It Co" Ltd. for award to mem-
bers of the Society winning most
points at all Orchid Shows
throughout the year was won by
i .i;.t el)., , M'! in INS and then
from 1942 to 1945. Miss U Chen-
crv won it Iwi.e.
Another special prize is the
Bronze Bunksian Medal, presented
by the Royal Ho'tlcultural Society
to be awarded to the exhibitor
Wlnnini the most money at the ex-
hibition. This can only be won
once in every three years. An-
other is the Silver Cup presented
by Sir John WaddingUm when he
was Governor of Barbados for
award to private growers who
members of the Society for the
most points won in Classes 5 and
6. Class 5 Is devoted to Ferns and
Class 6 to Plants in Basket:
AFTER twenty-five years' ab
sence. Mi Robert M W..-
who opened the Harl>-ri..s bfanch
of the Canadian B.mk : I
mere,, m 1920. has r'
Barbados for a holiday
Mr Watson was mana
flower-growing the Barbados branch until Ififfl
WILLS ADMITTED
TO PRO&ATE
VhCfl he left to take
appointment as mnnaet'r of !!.
Wuebec branch He retired in 1930
and has since then joined H. C
Fortier. Ltd distributors for the
W. C MacDonald Incorporated
I nl.:., m Canada.
"Since leavng Barbados I have
travelled through Europe, part of
Africa, Canada and the USA."
said Mr Watson, "and I have
bathed at the "Lido" In Italy
uid other famous bathing place
but I have found nothing to com*
pare with in* marvellous sea-
bathing (s.ililies of Barbados'
Mr Watson said that there la
evidence of consider .di I e progress
in twenty-live years Mettei n.ik.
were being paid and the peas-
ants' houses were tidier
Mr Watson is father of Kn
L A Williams and his wife and
he are guests at "Cinbar" Sl
Joseph the home of Mr and Mi
" A Williams.
He arr.ved here on !
8 and expei-1s to leave in ih<
middle of February of next vw
He has one son. Robert, born
during his stay in Barbados gnd
he Is now six feet two in. h*l
tali. He Is in chargs ol the laxtlle
laboratory of a Canadian "in.
Mr Wataon thinks that there
should lie a future for twxtlle
industries In Barbados Me *u
certain that there was need for
more trade between Canada anil
the West Indies. Then- was nc
reason, he could see. uln augai
should be shipped to Englant'
from the WosX mdlai and thence
to Canada. There were i
lable and with the
addition of the Tl'.A service the
sugar sh Canada and Other busmen
.' ,. i lllet'-d <
elt
won yesterdav bv Miss Rutl.
Michael
I No other subiett f,p thi-
awnpetitlon has ever excited such
Ml that ranged from a
t former Foreign Secretary of
I--'>: ' : to >;. i mg political llgures bl the We*i
I Indies
The wrong guess most often
Mr .1 If Wilkm-
son. M C P The Earl of Alhlorie
was another popular guess and
this line of thought was prob-
ably responsible for some guesses
'bat placed the picture as "Sir
Ronald Trie" and Anthony Eden
Governors had their share o'
speculation too and Sir Charle-
Woolley, K.C.M G and "Gov
ernor Blood" had their fans a*
w,-ll One that *nu banH)
posasbla made it "The late Sir
Randall Phillips
The Hon'ble W A Itustamanu
had a lone follower as did lion'
hie Dr H G M-. : i Ifj
A. P Cox and Mi Roberts
J. A." of the "Bay Estate"
A guess that was perhaps the
ffVKSff enteied |
eoiiipetition started was one whi
made the man in the picture
Father Divine." One that cer-
tainly ran Ink very close second
was one that made him "Bon
Karloff "
Sir Edward Cunard had two
follower* and many names of
doAnlteb unknown persons made
this "four Out
remarkable for some of the
w ildesi guesses submitted to da'e
13.17-, Bags Of
Flour l.irtnli'il
Five Months For
Sheep Stealing
A forly-six-year-old labomer,
Qorald Haynes of Pan is Gap. St.
Michael, was sentenced yesteida>
by His Wonhlp Mr E A Mc
Lvod. Police Magistrate of DtlUnsn
"A", to five months' imprisonment
with hard labour.
Haynes was found guilty of ihe
larceny of a sheep the property of
Edit ha Barnes and valuexl at $4
The offence yvas committed on
December 15.
Haynes has four previous con-
victions for larceny and on the last
conviction be was sentenced to 12
months' Imprisonment with hard!
labour by Mr. H. A. Talma for I
stealing a Raleigh bicycle Mtonfl
ing to Arthur Eastmond.
N.Y. Charity
Group Sends
$19200 For Poor
THE INITHI P\KIMIl ^
Barbados CharUj I

New York has again Una
considered the i.
them $1,200 In \ .
The money was BSsM I
w. Harvey Read, who will ,i
tribute it to all the partanai Knoll
parish will afterwar.1-
for its own dasaribtitsani
For the past :ln.. roai
Charity Group has boon
brae gifts of clothes.
'pHE
YESTERDAY
A supply of 13.11"3 b
laOdod at Barbado
of flour
. i-i.'i I...
The SS Marmatland brought He
10,178 bags Vancouvti and Um S S. Fart
Amhrnl 3,000 iiags from New
York
The Hour arriving by the Fort
Anthersl was consignee, to Messrs
A S. Riyden & Sons, Ltd. whUl
UlC Mormarland's 0BPM '<
Messrs B. P, Musson, Son Ai Co.
1 V- ,inri.il I'mders Ltd
Mexsrs Koben Thorn Ltd Messrs
l s,,iii.^ Kmch Ltd and Messrs
A S Itryden A: Sons. Ltd
Um arriving; hum Vancouver
by the Morniarland srH 3.000
4 a heat shorts for Messrs
B P Mnvson. Son St Co. Lt.i and
4.IHU bSB or Standard Middlings
tot Measn General Ti..Ml I
From 1.op Angeles, she brought
houaenold and personal effects
The Fort Amhrrst's olhei mi-
go was 300 casks of suited fish
from St. John's. Newfoundland.
118 tierces of oranges from Trin-
idad and packages of general car-
go from Nrw York.
S S Mormaclang operates
undo* the Moore Mc Cormack
Shipping lade, whose local agents
aro MoBsT! ft M Jones ft Co
Ud s a Fort Amherst is of
the rurneni Wilby Line. Her
agents here are Messrs Da CosIh
ft Co. Lid.
few mouths ago Mi i
mi of New York. ,i inomU i
tie ill! lij. | AiH i^..| v Bi .ii
.i visit to Barbadoshis
homelandand he went ;tito ou-
ter of their BttttvttMM hero
ii \ i\, nsii
in full IWBM
.atche* of living tlsh were bioiight
mlo the Public Mntket
Wi ip to brio in the
nii;ht people could still bo
with their paper bogs asking !o,
baa.
The vendors who goU I
also did a good tt.i
bought then t,ii,i..! it,,
>
. \ i .
Nalson Buaol arata
chad wnii Mad tisb mid >t. >ed
sw ret potatoes
PIPE TBACKS a.e D0O DO -t
dug along the Cabins Wind
Mill areas oj St An.ii-
< IBI I 'i d th.it veiy I...... I.I.....|
ii- will st .it laying tno plpi
lines.
A few weeks RM PtpO lino
ere laid as nil H Orahi
I ut no* they havo reached as Ii
a- Heckles Gap. Windy Hill Tin
work is bcinh upervnod by Mi
1'radshaw
rlii: sr. jon\ Baptist Chui
win hold then rocttal
( oristmas Music at tho Chu
.t 4 O'clock on Sunday tvanl
Included in the programme *
Sir II Monk- I Bos
Jh JASON JONES & CO. LTD.- Distributors
: PURINA CHOWS
>
For that rich
savoury flavour!

Make that Mew really laMv
with in t a little Manniic !
Make ii tvtti-T ior you too -
Marmiic ointdtns the Hz
vitamins th.it build up
health jn.l resistance to
illness. That's why it's so
good tor everyone Ofl hrcj.1
and butter or hi tasty sand-
wK'hc. You cm do so
much with Marmite in
soups, gravies,, sauces and
savoury d M innilc
docs so much Am Rood cooking.
r
ch
U'dillng
rtisie
Hill

4 "CINDERCLLA-
SHOWS A DAY
SI Philip' Oaby
Vllai

lii Honour the Chief Judge, Sir
Allan Collymore in the Court of
Ordinary yesterday admitted 1
, oc I probate the wills of the following
\\ Robert Kichard Edgecumbe
! M'Challenor late of St Joseph. Alex- Michael.
Fined For Bodily Harm
A tine of $7 20 was imposed on
OolbourtM Harding a 23-year-old
labouror of Ford Gap, Button Hill
by His Worship Mr H. A. Talma
yesterday for inflicting bodily
harm on Carl Thompson on
November 25
ander Wickham late
Michael, and Jumes Alleyne, lat
of St Michael.
Also admitted to probate was
tho codicil of the will of Ernest
Walter Williams, late of Sl
]\hhl;Ki.l.A- opened at Ine
brldgetown Plaza yesterday
morning. There were four shows
yesterday. The first was at S.30
a.m. followed by others al 1.30,
t 45 and ft JU p m.
The theatre was packed at all
hows. Al the 9 30 am and 1 30
pin. Hie crowd was made
mostly of children while adult
audiences attended the 4 45 and
8.30 pm.
Mr II Edwards. Mow.
St. I of the Bridgetown Plata, told the
1 Advocate yesterday that i'ie mi
other occasion when Ihe '.he it
gsve four shows In a day, w
when 'Samson and Delilah" w
shown. They ran "Our Vary Owi
al three shows a day
A
NUMMARY OF ACREAGES OF CANE TO BE HARVESTED IN 1951 IROM HOLDINGS GREATER THAN II ACRES
St. Michael
Christ Church
St. John
St. Philip
Sl- Joseph
St. Andrew
St. I.ucy
St. Peter
V I. hi. i"
St. George
Sl T homos ..
833 00
2.039 75
1.138 12
2.244 50
493.53
607.00
1,208.00
921 00
893 27
1.211 72
"; :'
i2.;.r... M
889.7n
1.897 2f
1,153 76
1,801.50
S22.92
660.50
950.25
881. I"i
892.42
1.331 57
1.047 25'
11,833.1
545 50
572 75
1.084 47
567.75
511 35
438 71
322.25
645.50
509.04
961 6<
098 25
7.137.28
42.75
122 50
567 25
86.00
358 57
158 00
16.50
316 25
187.55
343 73
61 "> V
20 00
124 25
4 00
82 18
32 00
11 25
82.75
17.75
33 N
150.in
ii no
4 25
8.50
10 50
Sixth, Seventh &
agllth Hatoons
12 50 (6lh Ii 6th)
2111 00
4.475 75
4.052 Pi
4,710 25
1,977 85
1.896 2 I
2.568 2.''
2,855 78
W06 53
3.881 til'
3.7B: 51 i
.ill take part
Part of mi iMvta
Hoad. St Joiapn, ! al i"<
inideigoing repairs and it is un-
derstood that certain aactkma will
ilso be renovaleit
The Cocoanut Grove Itniol Q
ill closed to tr.iftle tt!. iu
'pairs have not ;-ei tvs,>n started
(ii:. am om ii tii^ R|
roads damaged bv hOoV) rain
this soar Prultnil Kill I
" o being rapalrad, but ootnlnl
being .lone to the Ch
Read,
t -i ll.l RIVOI.VIIt
stulen from Uv I Hfc I
lie Belleplsine Friendu S... t.
in tug the early pail of this
lonth This report yy.is made to
te Police by William U ,,.||
Wednd...v
EARLY yesterday morning a
fire brok. mil
latlon, Sl. Philip .uid destroyed
two and a half acres of llrst CrOS
iipo canes They an Inaurod and
braung to USB OOVl RMT' Bl
l xi-.u'.ive Committee
TWK NEW Chalk> Mouu:
A School held ils llrst Opt n
PHaa Qivlni day on i
UBObW IhO dueition <( the Hood-
msster, Mr E T H,j~ Mi
.1 A M.iyni ... !r,i i I ,
and distributed the prlBM I'h.
vote of thanks was given by Rov
c. c. M. Woodn it.
PLANTERS and managi'rs who
vUltod the City n
were all pleased with ihe |...-f
i the i am On lold tho
i'iw. iii thai i .me., !,
reached gUOh I high
Sat It would t.ike a Hood to
destroy the crop.
Many factorial an ogpartlna t"
start grinding from January. This
! because of the food quality and
quantity of Cg
" rOl.l.OWING PI'PII.H t
Miss May Kii.ib. l-it:.. LodjR
Sihool. I'lnl.-ld Slrret. have
obtained Pllman'a Shorthand
Speed OartlAcolei imi wprda .
-iinutei <; Qoddard, H Doom
E. Todd. .1 Wlikie. Rub] Cor)
I Thomas Joon Guv. ( Evelyn,
E Doane, J. Chundlei ami I'
field- _
HARDY ZULUS
LONDON
A post ..!'. i| i wn.le
to his trail. magazine r-
porting thai the ti
he had 01
iiddresscd to I'll
Providing Hobnailed
Etltu Women"
MARMITE
The Vitamin B Yeast Food
Made in f nglanri
WE ARE NOW ASSEMBLING
100 III .we CYCLES
an. I
Mlj
hall' ihe ihipnMOl
the
ol add
Soclet)
1 ii
So highly ia
England thnt
Warrant, been appointed
the
i-eeiM-.l orders liitoliiig nearly
HUMBER" esteemed in
Makers have, by Royal
CYOJ MAKERS 10 II. M. THE KING'
Ud ey.r\ HI MlMllt lars the IflaifPul above
the name pliitr
I./
n.....iir.u c roiiB OABBiaa ibis
mm.i iiARx of q i a 1.11 v ma
POH8R8HION i IK IIIi II Pl.ACRB
TIIK HUMiF.K IN a OLASS Kt
ivsslp
vl
ba Don't Wail
BOOK YOLKS TO-DA >
AND REMEMBER ITS
HARRISON'S I HIIMBERS
l.vll'n '
Perccalflges nj total acreage
Plant Canes
First Ratoonn
Second Ratoons
Third Ratoons
Four"h Ra'oon
Fifth Ratoons
Sixth. Severlh & Eighth Ratoons
tt ?>
33.79
20.38
8 19
I 59
0.15
0.05
100.00
'Of-#.#. HI mXAUHTRn
H'MTM TME .Vfi'l*
CJK. 2*0 r.c.
VELOC ETTE
TIIK MOTOR CYCI.K MARVK1.
WATER COOLED HANI) STARTED
SHAFT DRIVEN NOISELESS
FOR SIMPLICITY. ECONOMY. COMFORT
AND POWER l Ii....-.!- - -
VELOTETTE
Dial:
I'OI'RTEXY .%lt\l.l
li;ii; :: ROBERT TIIOM LTD.. Wl.il.- Purk Rd.
Photo Exhibition Extended One Week
MANY pOCpla have visited and
spoken of the high itandurd and
quality of the Advaeate Phot..
Exhibition at Ihe Itarbado*
Museum, the Director of the
Museum told the Advocate yes-
tenlai
The Exhibition which ipoii.'ti
a couple of weeks ago, will clot
on January 8. 1951. insteod of
December 31. 1950. an at first
|>l"i"se.l
Celebrate
1 Old Year's
Night in Style
FOR YOUR MAKE-t:i' IMS
ARDENs VKJ.VA CRF.AM MASI,I'K
SKIN TONIC
ANTI-WRINKLE CREUU
NOSHINE
HAND LOTION ;'
SPECIAL EYE CREAM ;I
ULTRA AMORETTA CREAM
RI.I.E CRASS A Nt'JHT & DAY RRII.I.IANTINK 5
1IT i DAY LIP-PENCIL .^
LIPSTICK J
KNIGHTS Ltd.Phoenix & (ilv Pharnarv J
S *
h: v \ -
U)UAon dial
\Ii.-.hI nil ..Hi. is in ....
QUALITY & STVI.I
\. ul.il.l. in . .
oasv, dark aaowN
and IVIV\
$0.67 & $7.47
Look for this Triide Mark (
ajAajaJkaji
tnADtlNEt-QLAhiO
Cave Shepherd
& CO.. LTD.
10, II. 12 & I : i:......I Slrerl


p\(.i: six
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30. 15
{jj#ME A HMD' J^^* P rifl(5i^|Jrt
fjgP^fHj-/l 1^li"5i3P^?4
fLuipeoal f ^B rz=rrr^K------ lr gfl
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
j Saorta
3| GRATINGS

,t <57 HJery Prosperous SWeto ^/tar
CUSTOMERS AND
FRIENDS
*
2
9
COLLINS DRUG STORES
ifnmiflpniiifffMf(iiKfHRfffff(s Port of
London
1 Urc pou ae* Cigars un-
p cited focncti wcighinK under
i SI. < uMOM aupcrrition.
i F I \. MbMBO tnflhu a
i^l. reputation in the Trade
. . ft reputation l.isil: imi the
ixpciienc; of handling vast
IWlHWai of Cigarettes, Cigan
nd manufactured tobatco The
Port iif I.eodi-n Authority
witthiniM in bund an aver-
age of jo. 000,000 groaa nl
of tobacco. Thit facility. dh
tonium maintenance ten-ice
by a apecialitcd afail. ch <>nly
be given t\ iheP"T*if L indua
1" l.r HI CTLIRDII
0THKUJ TALfl BUM
M* M often owd to unart and Ai the Club Jim iaid: "You'f*
-hc auar i day work Sometimei probabl) .uttering from a (ouch of
levenhadtottaylaiflioeethnithcd eye ilran. Why not try OpirexT"
Everything TOD and
yoar DRIVERS wait
in a track
Mtrh
>*iih r..iri.i v_ai-arrU 4
mulavd BaHml Mm mm
i- kit< u..i *aUM f Ik*
The Ne 5 ton 5
MORRIS-COMMERCIAL
FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD.
Phone 2385 Sole Distributor! Phone 4504
So I look Imi i ad*ke Fry da% "No rye lUftfea do*'" I .aid la 1
I uatdUptne* wcahed a-ny d.n laier "Thank, to rog an J Opt rex'
and ge-rn.. lonrt up eye muKle. CM ne*rr be without il aiain "
PROTECT YOUR EYES u,oA
M K I THIS TUT
aoftktrwtndu
_ bMU iv bald la*
colour It' ibr v are red or >rn-
d m tbc wrwaa btoodahot,
V yw oeed treatment
rtFF


SATVHDAY. DECEMBni 30. IK*
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
i M.i srvnv
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TILCPHONC 250*
IK INKS
..i.peih*-*d wiir,

oeer IX. u (hi
igi.rrt bra throug*. thlt
ih all tlioee kni n*rm
. Cru. and iHim. _ul
AHJORIF. F (WTT.lt
fame*'. Hilda Foster
H-iim) -iiO FanUlv
usln' W II SO Ir
1
beg through lh|.
those .h> w. I
FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE
R Ford in up. in perfect workln|
r thud |pTa, pr.re tarsia Apply
.' Vk. si. Pa-let
JO It Ml ir,
CAB On* IMT MefJ '.
i* i and main. 1,1 p*,i wder Appli t.. C.iilul Ai.rtHm Marl,
tlegttlln* Ion*. Di.il 3141.
Mll Jo
* RKXT
HOUSES
* stone nunjiofo ih n ' *
Suitable lor a WuiMia*. Situated In
Buah H-ll Vatd Aptly f H C. All-.
DM' * IJ W n
FONTA UAKA Maxwell Qss_s]
Flly fu.nlU.rd. RrfMgeretot From
.1 lo IJth January IMI Fur fi.rlt-'
i^nUuUr* Phone tan. m 11 J *n
.. :- j..,. -1
particular. rU|
n 11 so--?,,
SHOP .1 Ai.il 11-11 91 Thou,
..v-IUbl* J.uuu. 1st Apply lo
Aral*. Bush Hall Main Koad
*WMN*COirRT" Palm Bef-h.
"'. > > .ti.r..1 baa B^tnaaan O .1
and Airy new. ihe Ft*.. S Brdm,.m. with
running water. 1 faming- and DVUg
Rooms. Opan Vr'-t'd-h* PUicneii* I'.i
liv T.'ilc- and Baths. Oaieg. F. t. .,.
and Water Service. Suitable aa a Ratal
rrenc* or two -equate Flan Av.illabW
Iron. Junuar- al. IMI
Appl> P EOlarkr* T Swan Slrret
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Civil Service Examination Executive Grade
The Executive Grade F.x mm nation will be held al Combermerr
School between the kMUCI of 8 .1 in. and H 30 am. on the days mm-
Honed hereunder:
Wednesday. 3H January. 1(41
Thursday. 4th January, 1951
Friday. 3th January. 1031
Saturday, 6th January, 1951.
I. It b realised that some of the l.ovrrnmcnt Department <,
noticeably. Savings Bank. Treasiuy, Post Office and Customs, will bt
working under dlftVultie* (hiring the periods In which the ExamLia-
Uon is being helii Mkfl in.- <.i-op*i .itmn of Um I'ublu Is asked in re-
during as fur js uossible the demands for sarvlM th.it may be made
on these Departments during the periods in question
29.12.50- 3n
22 Holidu. y\a\^vrii {HELIGOLAND-INVASION
Believed Drowned
SHIPPING NOTICES
CAR 1S4S Fo.d Prelol Car. Nrw
lyres Recently overhauled. Ma.- M
tee nal McKneatney s Saturday or Tuesday between 10 am,
and u noon 30 li* In
ELKCTKU'AI.
On* PhllDpa Radio ISM. Console modal
combined -ilh pick.up For further
particulars Priori* aSM IS 1) - Jr>
OttB 1' Waatinghoue* ras^isotatot
ID CoMepot Refrigerator. Ill Kloc.
motor and Compressor Owen T Aluli-.
I oebuck Street Dul SSM. 1I In
rURMTURE
IX-KMTUKK Vn aM M..hoar. .
Tall Boy Apply Mr* Prablaa. Ba>lay.
!'..-:i as n.sojn
PlKUf \OIHIS
NOTICE
Will all vachi 0.0*,. d*i,..
Wind tb. ipSI ,. o( n,.tl
iva ihrir lumn lo I"
lar itarUr. u tin
Pltch*r a, Co
^loaJn dal* Thru

Good Naw and Soco-id hand Furni-
ture. Laidari from SIS. Wa.halandi flo.
Fraaara WO. alanosanv Vanlllai |SS..
I'.lnlrd r>i*iiuj Tabl*. 130, Mahos^n;.
Ulnins Tabl*a from MS. Mahogan..
Cl.aliH |1S pair Birch (It Alao loll 01
olhar Furnllura. In oiolirnl tondlilnn
-1 RAUni HEAHD9 Snoutooma. Hard-
wood Allay Phon* 4aa3
LIVESTOCK
COWOf* Oradad Ouama*< Cow to
calf on Janoaay iba> 9th IMI. M plats
iih laat caU. T*p*vhon*< SSJS7.
;;bo t
TOW- Olvlns t
r I G Rlmpaori
*i G*org*
lly. Apply
1 l'laii1,.1loli
W1!J 3n
GOATS
Kid Apply Char lea
Ion*. Brldgatoon
MISCEI.LANKOUS
_ To Cnllaciora o Ra
Book* On* ropy of John Mill.
Piradla* L*-l n*arlv MO yaara old. ai
Voluaaa 1 and It -ol lha Dora'a Oall*<
Apply J C Millar Co Ahr. Barlay
Kioad si. aa it.sa :
1 \lu.T' riA'..>--. Mahopno% in Colour Tha hhopp*. M.idcn, Dreal
I-T.VION FlllltX F1n> Flora jmt i*c*tv*d Thli on and Rwlnsy Prka pound Dial 421). G. W. CO.. Ltd. quality I*-: Flora 1. claan. U cant* par llulchinaon a> IS It.St tin
CANDV Ft-OFT MACHINE Baa* to vork. Good prollt- Can b* -**n at Rjlph Drard> Showroom*. Hardwood Allry. Phona 4Ss3. p> U m
nlAMONTt HINC1 -Flv Bold TlBany aelUnB Wm Ian Mr Gr*or *lr**l Store :* ct. D Richard* SB1I SO Hi
UDCSX1. SMOINE Nallorutl VrrlKal Hrav> <-l*r rump inch Sue beard'* Showroom*. H, l-hon* ua law 7 up. 1,1 ropn* nlao ,. fl RsiatB d-ooo AII*V.
I-odl**' Prettv Cotton
Fant Colour* W 00 und
The Modern Draa* Slicippe
W11SO- 3n
BKXM lor h.ilrhkna Croa* Whit*
L*Khur.i. -'"I imported While Wyandotte
Cn*k" Irrtillty p-uaraiileed. !/ pan
doieo Piai raat 30 II SO3n

G I>SH-Sparkle ataa- and ragulai
wlirdow |Ua lo flU all naoda. avallaM*
bow We supply V- Plate OLaee lor
how ca**a and alao estre lart* pane*
Up to W inch laMk Dial 41B. O
Kutehlnaon at Co. I .id. 19 12 10 1
Analal
la
------ "pan-
____1 THANI'S
Dial Mas and 8wi
14 II SO- If.
Mul*. cart and hamaaa In war
order Dial 409". gnarboum*. Two Mil*
Hill. St Michael. 30.rg.S0
mult; TRUCKS
Truck*, one double, on
painted, para wheel
Francla. SI. (Morse.
J iimle Male
. fluta.', newlv
O. A. CUrhe
si hui as
ODDMENTS ol all deaeriptloo Apply
ik.i-i T AlldtT. Roebi*k Street Dial
aa 3O12.S0 In
II kinds. Prlea
klnda loo
a.u.M '
P..H.VASTNT aswasM
|ilayer, and needle* of
1 Ol Records of al
I1ARNES e> CO.. LTD.
:.-,. 11: h.MM oats -..i I-..II a"d
I'hlldrei. Mais*. BTeen. blue ar
-.hlle WSa and M aach The Mode
l>.*aa ghoppe 38.11 S0-
\F^;rTAULE GAKDiaV EQUIPMXNT.
n mill, pump iir) lank*. Also
jiilllfl plptruj and mesh wire in _
OMllUon Dial 403S Shertmurne. Two
Mile HlU, St. Michael 30 11.58 Aa.
let Reralla Selurdav 13th January.
I-d Resatta. Saturday ITUi Januar-
pTOYAX BARBADOS YACHT CLUB.
T BRUCE LEWIS.
Manaier at Secretary
ISth December. 1PM
M.ISSO 3n
1 1 1 1 n
KOA
ASBAUOH WMH
NOTICE
* aaked to
that a*
-.k -ve mr v-ars on r*e- Vrara
* la very limited, no Chauffeur drum
in will be allowed to park
_ By ocdar of.
The tommltiee of Management
T BRUCE IJTWIS
Manaser A Snirl.n.
2S \J SO 3H
NOTICE
IMMVUNB "bATBH BI'RTON
I1K1T1SII PKOPEKTY KH^IITS AND INTERESTS IN
YUGOSLAVIA ANI> CZECHOSlX>VAKIA
Any British subject who is entitled to claim in respect of either
of the above and has not yet submitted his or her claim theretc are
hereby required to furnish The Custodian ol Enemy Property, the
Public Buildings. Bridgetown, with a list or schedule in duplicate
showing:
(a) Name and address of Claimant.
(b) Brief particulars and nature uf claim.
(c) EaUraated amount uf tl-im.
ntonwealth) uf claimant.
2. Claim* must be received b> tin- ClaaftadaM <>t Kiiein. I'rupert*
not later than 15th January. 1951.
clerical
APPOINTMENTS IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE
Applications are invited from male candidate** OQl] (m
appointments in the Public Service.
2 Appointments will be made subject to the selected candidates
being passed as medically ill lor employment in the Public Service,
and will be on two years' probation The minimum educational
standard which will be accepted is a pass in the Cambridge Local
School Certificate or similar examination of equivalent standard
Applicants should be not >ess than 17 and not more than 21 years el
age.
3. The salary attached to the appointments is at the tale of $480
per annum for the first two years, then at the rate uf $t!24 per annur
ng by annual increments of 172 to 3912 pel annum, and subject I
annual increments of $72 lo $1,776 per annum, and thereafter, subjtx
to the passing of a second efficiency test, at the late of 31.872 b
annual increments of 396 to 32.160 per annum.
4. Applications should lie made on forms obtainable from the
Colonial Secretary's Office and must Ik- returned not later than 4 pjn.
on Monday the 13th of January-.
29th December, 30 12 50 -3n.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
suitably qualified
I HEREBY GIVEN thai
NOTICE
peeimni bavins any debt or claim
agalnat or arWlrur the KMete of
Krrrebic Halhia Burton deceaaed. late
of Ih* carrah of Saint Mich.el In thl.
laterid and formers of the United
"tasea of America who died In thl
Island on ih* lttn day of June, IM7
..** raqulred to eend In par-
ticulars of their claim.. div .iteeted
lo (he umieralpied Tlmouii Theoptillur
Headier. Ih* Publk- Tnnta* Ow
Island of Barbadoa public Building i
Brldgeiown on or before the nrd diiv
'anuar* IMI. after which date I .hall
reed to dlinbut* tha aaaeta of tha
dec a a aad among tha parties entitled
thereto Fiavlna record only to such
" Ich t ahall then have had
-ill not be liable tor tha
part thereof SO distributed
person* of whoee debt
SSM
..-11--
ahall
not thta
ha I
And ell ;t' on* lndet>ted to the paid
eauta are raquealed ta aettle their
Indebtidaia* without delay.
DatOd ffeJa Itth day of Nmernhrr. 1SS0
T. T. UBADLEY.
PuhUc Trutee.
U'cukri of the WUI of
EmmellM Balhia Burton, deceased
17 ItJia-lii
NOTICE
' will be cloacd I
QUEENS COLLEGE
"'.....H.ii.v Barbados bwi
Th* Oovernora of Que*n* Colk-|*
in. He APPLICATIONS for the pl o'
llF-ADMISTRTSS. which will become
vacant In December ISM The new
Haadrniatraea will he required to take
up the appointment on lit September
laoi. Queen's Colle|e la a day .ceondar.
school with Its) sills on th* roll, and It
aided by Government fund
ord for
rholar*hip and
games and ha, s rlourtahliuf Girl GuJdi
Company Stxih Form work reaches I
high tandard. one scholarship and two
enhlblllota were sained to Unlversllie. I'
1MO There It alao a Preparatory Depart'
meeit.
Th* Headmlttrrt* who should poeaev
a good Honour* Desree of a Brl1l*r
Unlvarilty and a Teacher- Diploma 01
Certiflcat* will be required (o dtvot*
her whole lime lo the school anil
promote ouLofcIaaa activilis*. Thi
aabry offered I* CM0 per annum. !
Of
!,,. i
-..MKSP
WANTI.D IMMEDIATELY Compel-
ml atcnearaphtT preferably with -
l.rrlencr in Commioeion Agency boslne**.
Apply In person Room 304 I'lanlatlor*
Ud. Building between and 11 Ml
ifuniiihrd residence In th<
chool grounda which ! provided lo
lha ." of in' lleedmtstraBB Th<
IteadmlsUaai Is not a Civil Servanl
but service Is pensionable under tb
Ten r hr. Pensson Act No conuibu
I Mini are payable but the mlnlmun
qualifying period la len years. Servlr
at Queen'a College la counted a
qualit'lrur under the Ensiith Teacheri
Superannuation Aci.
Paaaage eipensea to Barbados no'
en reeding CSDO Will be paid BSalhl
approp'lale vouchers. A term's long
>ave It granted every five year*
request but up to the present no pseseass
nancy I* available for leave.
Applicant* should forward a stair
men! to the Secretary. Governing Bod:
Queen's College. C.o Departmenl i
Education. Th* Garrison not later IhD
Slat January, IMI. giving Ihe follow-
ing ptrticulara-
K Date and place of birth.
3 School* and Inliniil-, attended
3 Degie*. giving subjecu and cwt*
ohU n*d
Poe sredkfcete atudy. Including
Teari.ar's Diploma or Certiflcat*
A good esperienced. Cook.
itant Eftaie. SI Oeorse
SO 3 SO .'i-
MISCEUaANEOUS
- Singer hann
IgWOK \.ACTi\ST.
,,..! he good -end
WANT El' I
Miehirir. of
Ai.der. foebur
Uf i .
Teaching eiperiente
end position* held
War Service Hi ar%v
Participation In out .of
Games i
Adminlt
M.-I. .1
Copies
wllh date.
Applications are invited from teacher* and
persons for the following vacancies: ,
St Lucys Girls' School
St Matthias' Boys' School (men and
Grace Hill Girls' School
Holy Trinity Boys' School (men and women)
St. Saviour's Boys' School (men and women)
St. Catherine's Mixed School (men and women)
2. The minimum qualification for entry to the teaching service
School Certificate.
3. Applications must be submitted on the appropriate forms
(E. 35 (b) for men and E. 35 from the Departmenl of Education, but candidates who have alread>
bmitted on* of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now
filled) may apply by letter accompanied by a recent tentimonlal.
J Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the stall of another
hool must inform his or her present Chairman of Managers and
the Head Teacher of any application for such a transfer
5. All applications must be enclosed In envelopes marked
"Appoinftnt'iKs Board" in the top left hand corner and must reach
the Department of Education hy Saturday. 6th January. 1951.
23rd December, 1950. 30.12 503n
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Wealey Hall Qirla" School8t. Michael.
Applications are invited for the Headship of the Wesley Hall
Girls' School from teachers (women) with at least 10 years'.teaching
experience. The minimum professional qualification required Is the
Certificate A of the Departmenl or exemption therefrom.
Salary will be in accordance with Ihe Government Scale for Head
Teachers in Grade II Elementary Schools.
Candidates who have already submitted application forms in
spect of previous v.icam .-. (now lllleil) may apply by letter, accom-
panied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make
application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from
the Department of Education. All applications must be enclosed in
envelopes marked "Appoinfmeiiis Board'' In the top left hand corner
and must reach the Departmenl of Education by Saturday. 6th Janu-
ary. 1931.
23rd December, 1930. 30.12.S0-3n.
VACANCIES FOR POSTS OF SENIOR MASTERS,
ORAMMAR SCHOOL, DOMINICA
APPLICATIONS are invited for two vacant pojts of Senior Mas-
ter, Dominica Grammar School. ,Thc school roll at present number
150, and courses will be offered up to the Higher School CerUflcab
Examination of Cambridge University.
2. QuaMflcafIons. Applicants for these two posts should hold
a University degree and be qualified to teach (I) English. History ond
Latin, and (2) Mathematics. ,
3. .Saiaru. The posts are pensionable. The salary seal*
Si.920 by 3120 to 32,400. A cost of living allowance of ten per i
of salary is also payable Consideration would be given to appoint-
ing suitable applicants at points in the scale commensurate with "bir
qualification and experience.
4. Quarters. Quarters are not provided.
5 Leave. Leave is earned in accordance with local regulations
and provision is made for assistance towards overseas leave passages.
6 Passage on first apiminrrnrnf. The officer's passage on first
appointment will be paid, as well as that of his wife tnd children
of school age, not exceeding four, if they accompany him or follow
him within twelve months from the date of his first appointment.
7. Conditions of terpice. The officer will be subject to Colon.al
Regulations and local General Orders.
Applications stating the applicant's age. qualifications und teach-
ing experience, and indicating the earliest date on which he could
assume duty, should be addressed to the Administrator. Dominica
19 12 50-3n
AUCKLAND NSW /- |
Dae, H
Twenty-two txttadaj nwkers g#**
now believed *o have been orcw n-
'hen the passenger launc.i
Ravtuai was wievked in a heavy a**
1 the entrance o! r.uiuug.i h..:-
our 180 miles southeast of Auvsl
ind on Thursday i
Thirteen bodies
iave been idciiiiiiv i
people still im->.
drowned. Only one survivm ara
reported.
--Kruter
GOOD START
KIVERPORT. N S .
Lobster fishermen report gone
trofssaineelhest.iii ! m
Dec. I. The Ant few day
asfgft i vccpuonall) -,i ajsfl "ii
favourable weather botn
about 200 lobsters each, tflasafl
winds and heavy seas later cut
this yield.4CP>
BANNED GOODS
FKANKFCKT. Dec 29
The Marshall Plan mimtnc
including, Wifsl
studying pn>pc*jed new
lists of banned strategic goods
that if approved IKWIall
step forward" in ending the) DO*a
of illegal aUDfrtl t" K_i-i aUlfOpt},
Allied officials said here In-da]
Reutrr
BUSY NORWAY
OSU).
Norway has a I a b . u i
shortage At the end of Sc|>tei
ber, Norwegian state ggnplfjyiTagcil
agencies reported 4.300 mine id
filled Jobs than at the same thn
In 1949 <>
29
iiy for Heligoland to
full" iii-
\ hi. puc'icc

r.aler
725,000 TON AID
Tlie UBJ
more than 123.000 tons


Aid p i ..in a m (M n A P),
I
to Westeiii Euvcspg Qraeca,
.n.l IVrsia Jiared IHT.OOn
QeOM long arfaBI lo ine
PitUlpgilnai gagtgff.
TIMES HAVE CHANGED
JOHNSTOWN w.,:.-
WlUlaa Williams. 88, re-
ining licensee of an "
in this ivnliifc'hshii. fa-ajra
otic,- s.il.i btMr at lid, .about threv
Mnta) ' p*nl TOobj the rjaw
< shilling.
sisrpfpaaea


EQUINE THIEVERY
U1N1X1N
Just after a circus pon>
licke>i Mr- Grace Si.lne.',
'mind that a [10
d RtsaOnd "' ntUassseafl from fas*
ring. "I'm sine the pon> swallow
s*J it. s.nd Mn SldMJ "hen l^.c
iiKiniond couW iu>t if found,
MONTBSAI. Al STHtl.lt nlW
UALAAD IAS* LIMITS*
| EMI
M a -TONUARIBD" It etMdiilM SO
..ill Adelaide Jenuary 4th. Melbourne
Janitors- lattt. Brlahane January CO.
Sydney February Ith Arriving at Tri-
oMaal fir.I half Maul IK) Bareda
Mid March. t*i
has ample apace for H<1
Kr.ien and Oenerel Cargo.
Cargo accepted on Ihrwug*. Bilk, of
l-dlng with IransMunuti.t It
for British Ouwna. Barbede*. Wind
ward and Leeward Ubanel
"." partuuLars appl>
ri'IU>nrshK WITKY Si COMPAKV.
LIMIT*!)
The M.V -Deers-ood- srlll
accept cargo end paeeeogeri lor
tt Lucia. Grenada
ind Ar.iba faailing Frtda- TSth
M V far
IK. irrttgsss.
anal
tut
Kills
B.H I s< IIOOMH OWN-
I Ks bM04 I VIION. Uc.
Tclepkew.*: 4647
f^ HARRISON LINE
OUTWARD TROM THE UNITED KIMOD0M
Da
!'.-<-,.' rrorn Leapt! Barba.
Ss DrrENDEB" lx>ndon 711. Dk. Slit IX-
S.S. l-OIX)NIAl." Clamuw 91h Dec. !5th T>oc
SS "INVENTOR" Liverpool loih Ore S4th llec
ss Mi'i.HlnUY MII-I London 2Srd Dec. tin J
SS. "INTF.HI'RCTKH" Uv.tpool 24111 Dec. 71h J,n
HOMEWARD POR THE UNITED KIN0D0M
4
o3
V'euel
SI'KilAUST"
Ck
M in Barbados
5th Jan.
For further information apply to - -
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-
Agenta
V 9nc.
nsw tomk aiaiu i
J-* O Tliulln salU lit December arrive* Barbouo* Uih Dte*nbar.
a/a ByUord sail* Ond December--arrives Baibedoa 1st January.
Eagle it.upona available in London now for West
Indian dollars are collectable in US dollars. Hank of England
permits reinvestment of proceeds in anv dmm In AfMrican
paciuits Trnta, New York! stocks are available to local Inv*
tors wllliiiK to pay \b<- 11*;. premium nvii parity. Act DOW.
A. M. WEBB. Stockbroker
.13 Broad etreet fOr.
Bridgetown.
relcrees
The Malenienl
graph of H^
. Itsched lo s coi
xperlene* If anyi
ate of fitness
e* recent l*stl
*& a racenl phol"
.phcani should b.
rm( teller ol eppli
23 ' S4V~3n
LOST
WA.NTJTD to pur.
all description App
Itraai d*i
i-i im.h hXkM&
REAL ESTATE
BBACELXT On Decornber ISUl
gold Bracelet -ith chain ailach--1
; between Jamaa Slroal Church, but stand
i Probyn Street and National Paynt
I Bay Bus. Finder arill ha auiuibi
rewarded on returning same to BUI
1 Anthony Johnao" TulLeClca. FlU
Villas", m Jamaa. n n Jo -*<'
A OOLD
In In el
reward. If ;o Advocal* Advil
Dept. a is r^i j
Si
sail *o-3n
MHrOgJI HOU9X". Pinion Street.
Ih Ihe Und thereto contain..ig B.4**
ft Cltcellant buitneaa site. Appf
L. W. Clark" ai Co. aollclloe*. Janj*.
eel .ll.*-n
MEDALS Chrlstmat night hetwe-
lha Aquatic J*iar. ftailroom and tl
T irdsrtown Plara Thaotre ami
white sfn< elope viAaddressed conumh
l little MWoniu Medals only sentiment
< a to* Finder will be rewarded r
r (turning a-nsa to Mayers. Advoca
Advertising Dap! 'l* :
II1H11 MM".
TRADE MARK CAUTION
N'JTICF. IS HK.RFBV r.lVgK thai I
Caarn Orchard Road. Croydon, tui
r h- nwnei. and esel.i'lve proprleon
IJiP|g
taNTac.o;
lit. WITT a COMPANY. 1.1*11X1X1
I.........I Whi.lesale -:-..- n- .( '
I th* following Trad* Ma-h-
OINTMENT
MANZAN
SSAND
DE WITT'S
PBOPIBTY-Oe.e prop*rly at Dalh*ilh
1st r*oa.ot> "
riotfMS roofed house wllh elacirleii)
D*i which it tlanda. Appl
Seo Hasaiina L"n"
MIIMI
City Pharmacy pavement IfM
of Ksnra Owner can have as"'
and paymeM of that ad
JOHN WILUAMS
M n> ai
ttm
above norned C'.anpar
been resjlttered In tl
~ Hrr
MMHiHI.\
Timale-w
Symbol ol all
Romanes.
) Its aentjmant
|, and comedy
via to malco
'( endearing its
.vivid action
lanhancfsd In
(color by
((TtKhnlcolor.
Six year, in tha
planning and
timing, the
beloved glory
Is produced
to a now nigh
in
magnlficonca
Wall
DISNEY'S
CINDERELLA
Flooda Ih*
roan
wllh beauty
Fills tho
. iii music
... A Picture
your heart
will long
KKMl.Mnr:-:
A PICTURE
FOR ALL
THE WORLD
O LOVE !
lor by
IHNICOLOP
.
rr priileclcl I
law In ceil
i Mar>
Slate*, and Uu____
I the said Trade Mark. IM >m al rhein. or violation of the right- '.i ma
____r-*d Compant In re.pert thereof BrtthU Harbad will be leal! h under
Ih* Merchandise Mark. A last lo amend th. law relating to fraudulent mark* or
II -wl-e a. ih. law 6
Dated Ihl* Stth day of Dec**nb*> ISM
RRGINALD W 1.4KKEX a ro .
British and Foreign PaUnt ar.d Trad* Mat* Agent.
Bl. Cns>ap*ide London. CCS. England.
For and on tohaJfrf ^ QOUrA)n uurno
4 snows 4
TO-DAY and MONI1AV: 9.30 a.m. Ml, 4 I. and I 10 p m
SUNDAY two shows 4 45 A R 30 p.m and 4 onlln.lnr Dally
Akto lli. Color Short
"SKA I. IMIVfl"
PLAZA THE ATM:
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THANKS TO OS1 AMI ALL
for your aplrntlUI support during tli. jre.r.
vra wish vnr
a HAiTv ami nossaaoM nn vkas
THE CEJWHAL EMPOMVM
illMKAI. KOI Slim LTD.Praprtrtonl
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Customers und the Qeneral
Public for their l)'i-tl
si(//)Tt during the past
year, and can assure them
of our intention to con-
tinue giving the best
merchandise combined with
courteous and prompt
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PAGE EIGHT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1950
Stop This Disgrace
In The Boxing Game
Swh I'lliBK U II SON
NOBODY can hurl boxing except Um people m it i;
has survived since first we had a British heavy weight
champion, in 1719.
Not even the aeid rommenli such as Pr Edith Summtrsklll, or
the sanseless strictures of (.-ranks
who try to label tt as "legalised
murder." can strangle this lustle* I
of all sports.
But the people in "the game"
can kill it. How the/ can' An 1
of all the regrettable things I\v
read recenth on boxing, the state-
ment Issued by James Norn .
president of the International;
\ Boxing Club America- ehltl
U promotional outfitis the mot
damaging I have ever seen
.'' Gibberish
Mr. Norris li un American mi!-
lionalre who has got a lot of dough
out of wheat, and this is the stat -
ment he ha* issued atxnit Jot
Louis' comeback campaign. My
comments are in italics
"Jue Louis is fighting because
he wants to tight "
Absolute uibberinli. Joe I,outs is
ft0tiliuti bemuse lie ittll omi-i
thoii.-ands of dollars to the IfWOfM
Tot authorities awd rieeause he'
an hoNourable guy.)
"No pNBture f'"n .oiv nut
has been exerted to force him bail
into the ring."
(No pressure- at nil -ereepf I),
I sU suff-'r from. The pre*
lure of horirtu to RMlM MSB*]) I
pau our dtSSStJ
"lb- feels th.it the ring is hi
but!new and ihii li '.here he ca
make .1 living,
past. Neither ttU II < MM QJ
manaajat. Mai hall auk -. hai li
fluenced htm into deciding to con
tinue as a fighter."
(Th* Ml n'lonl Morslii.T Miles'
ii'Tiiiuili; (rue. He's n Ntee fclfon
Wail For This
Mr. Norm has not finished yc
and neither have I Just wa
for this one
"There has been no attempt b
Louis hi the 1 R C to delude thi
public into belicvu.. Ml -
turn la the ring would prooui i
heroic struggles '
(Then what has been the pof.il
of putting Louis in the ring? Wli. i
he was the real Joe Louis lie us<*<(
to produce "heroic alruuules." II
mrrl\, ran not be Mr .Vorrls's idea
to snout a blinded Samson, a ham-
strung Hercules, fir ihr (.. -
the sadistle feu) .oho team to see
tlir fjrefli Heary rhrnshed" Is fhnf
his-or onyoee's idea of sport*)
Mi. Nonis concludes by saying
"He is presented as Joe Louis, the
former -niimpinn, and nothing
more "
'rfTso. He's presented at tome-
f .no. much less.)
Louis has done more for boxing.
earned but not l>een able to keep
more money, ond behoved better
than any athlete of my generation.
That he should now be exploited
QubkA UHtum
believe* that boxing's big-
gest enemle* are the peorle
In ii He here poinu tw Ihe
exploitation of gentleman!*
Joe Louis
for prqcU as
.
10 Um ui
nlrled p.i'
N .i
kind of unfunny
howling disgrace
rays dta-
'"
hay ROBINSON, iraati
poUDd-for-nound lighter in the.
world today, and tiis retainer!
seem to have a genius for insult-
inn tvatyone, Refei
i ;. .
ii r, laid:
I
Men u ho keep swlnflni
I1 all hope* w
i
L.K.K.
\
Trophies Presented
To Tennis Players
Trophies were presented to thr
Lawn Tennis Champions yester-
day at the Yacht Club by Mrs
J. H. Wilkinson after Mr. O. H
King marie a speech, thanking
lawn tennis fans for their support
thioughoul the season.
Those receiving tropht<
were*
Winner of the Ladies' Singles
Mrs. D E. Wormc
Winner of the Men's singlei
Mr. E P. Tnylor.
Winners of the Udies' Double?
Mrs. R S Bancroft and Mis*
D Wood
Winner of the Men's Singles
Dr. C. G Manning and Mr.
E. P. Taylor
Winners of the Mixed Doubles
Mrs R S. Bancroft and Mr
P Mc (i Patlcrsci.
A Special Prize of a "Queen's
Tournament Model" racket pre-
sented by Messrs J B. Leslie and
Co.. on behalf of Messrs. Slaien-
Ers Ltd., to the winner of the
riles' Singles was won by Mrs
D E Wonne. while the Speeia'
Prire of a Tennis "Hold All"
SlSo prerented by Messrs J B
Leslie & Co.. wenl to Miss M
King, the runner-up in the
Ladles' Singles.
The presentations were made
after the nlaying of the Mixed
Doubles, the results of which
were:
Mrs R S. Bancroft and M
P Me G. Psjtlersen beat Mr and
Mrs. F P Taylor 1. 8i
Dauthuille
Gets Offer
TO FIGHT TURPIN
By GEORCJK WHITINO
LAURENT DAI iHUlLLI No
1
l >ii[hl our mi.l-
uol.iet. Randolph
Turpin, at Harringay on Febru-
ary 27
If he accepts, promoter Jack
.ill u|| thai th<
weight chaiTipionship of Europe-
for which Turpin is
contender i- .<:
Brown Is W .il>-,
American middle-weight Mel
Broun has let it m known that
will willingly step in wfijl
Tut pin if Dauthullle i-umol
i Blown back In England
:t month, says he has side
stakes available fin a Turpin
ight at list. Ib.
Promoter Solomons, who left
ixi.it for South Africa with
Hamptons Jack Gardner (heavy-
weight! and Don Cockell (crulser-
weignu told na at sTatettaQ tbsd
he had coniplotol the arrange-
ments for Cockail to bOSl a return
with the et'loured v
. .ishall at Harnngav or.
Ki'i.ni;iry 27.
i ItvanfJ
round dssquaiiAcaUon again*.
Cockell last month, has brough*.
forward : tight in Germany t-
allow hlmt.-lf li
Msea ,d d um Britul
i. I s
Standard Canasta
By M. HARM5QN-GHAY.
20INB OUT 00N0BALID
IT U SCHlOQl good Dotloy to
i, ... :., an oit Wili a gon.
riTBt Blld foro-
ii- -.'. iii" Uiuua of an en
' muu tor a aeooaali
l<*ri U iiaimpurUUlt
Ktatiuiisiiip to Mm ran of Up
\atirif ai;fl Irwirsfont frUU
Hi'j will t> hampersd forola-
ii i (i > Sou luar atap be bold-
iiij up oardi which m, <>
oi jour maloblDf oafOB.
for Uu.u.ncs. rouhoid ;
K. K. K. . |. S. S. I. Mar.
Why Jack Holden
Runs The Marathon
Wm HAC&BAM
NOT neativ enougfl nas bsbt'ti made, it appears to us,
runner, on his attitude in particular and the British attitude
in Renerul towards the whole business of sporting en-'
deavour.
it was just otic mors dinner u-
honour this sportlnic celebrity an.i flinched as he.described his dis-
High Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Women
mil Uiood Prai
ib and luck or hpd and bo trm,
prMu In tail, diina.*. >4ori
SSa^rtt?. if JSEJv 8P2S2-
ntftrr
>UV ir-ali.i.nt
lour life m*t b* .. ,
Uormrrlv known u H
mSlcal diaeokorr, I "
'rraauro with I ha
iiornieny armwn I(ii>oii >
PENNA WINS 1ST PRIZE
BUENOS AIRES. Dec 29
Jesus Peniia. partnar of Argen-
tina's motoring ace. Juan Man-
uel Fangto. won the J.oOO.OOd
pi so first priie In Buenos Alreti
l'i tvinoa lottery lust night.
Reuter
Brion Is A
Tough Boxer
Br SOY THOMAS
LONDON.
Cesar Brim, the Argentinum
KtS^n/wtajrh) Iwxer. is scheduled
o meet Great Britain's mm :ui.
holder, Jack Gardner, in l^ondon
next March.
In tha evi-nt Brion does not
Mgn the Bnal iiitreeincnt to mee*.
Qardrji thai Pron itat lack
Solomons plans to bring New
Yorker Roland Lastarza to Lon-
don to test the British champ
Brion. who recently antOJ the
full distance with Joe Louis and
narrowly lost thi .
would be tough customer for
Sanaa*
(in*- Mritish iportg writer said
\'hv\ certnlnly haven't puked
any 'push-ovi-r tor Oai
im first right as chantploti, Brian
|| 28. stands 6ft. 2ins. and for a
vein- he w,i. guard .,,,.. |n
ant rarotVi paJaea'
Oardner also was a Grenadier
o when two guardsmen get
together there should be a real
fight with no punches pulled. I
The fight will take place on
March tl at Earl's Court Arena
lefore a CapOOU) CTOwd of 10JXKI
IN S
t,
'In rrtotr ti.-ijiilr/
nm mala. AlU
u*|d only a King. _
n Joker U> in out
vou nhould rajas*
U?ior you
BOSSSSSIf I
OTMdfco Tltit 1h| BUI*
upponanu-
i.riilfi tHwf rlrmiiiiiannss
1-11 Bfiouia mkl u HC5
'"Ij" tout Dnttarn soiBBffi
B.' I.'s. g. JDktr.
that, and things were eddyin
along in the normal snk)
the pleasant courses and tin pwas>
un: speeches.
Then the little Tipt-n S.....slu
got to hi* feel arid, glint -eyvu.
wiped the ioin|.l;ii--ric
ft ever., face with as 'orthrigir
tfcsn ol lusty m
s we have henrrl since Walt
I
"Why do I run the marathon:
lie demanded in blur.:
voice "just because 1 like :.
think I'm as lit as TO)
l don't dn it baca I like 11
I do I
'or my QPU
There wasn't a line of that fatu-
ous false modoty thai has beconii
10 reiielletitly common when III.
ish athletes gel on to Ih
Kiglil Type
There
A'ord ot it, and tn
mild athn .mi. hidacc,
earns of any aorl ilia;
aprcseni tl.....Sunn 1
flghters ol the Holden calibre,
better It will be 1 >t t
81 DMthlnf, he went
SfTOtUJ with Biltu.h siio'i
iot ruUaloM tfioufti
tl tngSa running shoe
ui bi
tncmy. We've got to be
Maybe the two ol the stocky,
medium-sued gardener, list.
whn locked most Impressed as m
humped out bt> theory or ofTen,-
.. re UM IlKhters Eddie Tl
, Danny CBuMlvon, who aln
It W.I
when I
woi .
uthlasa
tar.ee running
At normal trammt he runs 70
nvfles a weekthis at the age ot
43- -and as he comes close to a
major event he ups this mileage t.
100. accompanied often oy his
.ill terrie.*
who lsn'< -inner an-
, aar i of the two.
Blister-
In his great Empire Game* frlO
in New Zealand, he was, rapottai
l.ilU'ii by a dog on the run, and
Un lag daclarad ha bad
covorod m blood.
I did. right enough,'' he said
H wnsfl 1
l)itcs. It wns Irmn llu
to bvrtt on H'*1
0|sjg ui Mrs fad .ill Um way alon^
The b Sen paled v.

1 id In UM OlyiniiH- run t.i W1 -
l.'ey After moot!
igaruUo. ia 1... 1 1 ..I-1
.
' It wa* all 1
he said I'd been
loualy In
pertiiNngnn.u' ol potaah, and by
ti>4- tiiia n| in ih*'
i tht skin ot the soles w*
go hard that I couldnt burst th-.
ttai how hard I
them on the mad."
The ligliteis paJad SOln -id
as he would say. laconically
--.'.wv. voo-^
We Can Supply The following >:
FEEDSfcrFS
lfll4. IM..1I J
Arthur Poall nyi
CUSHION SHOTS WILL
I MIBVE VullR GAME
Uic table
i i1 .... 11
. 1 out or
e 1
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The Weather
TO-DAY.
Nun Kl*e*; 6 16 a m.
Sun Seta: 5 4ft p.m
Moon (Loss Diniin Jan-
uary I
Lighting: 6 00 p m
Hllli Hater: > am:
*ll ii 111
vksti:riav
Rainfall Kodrtngtoni 19
Ins
Total fur inunlh to *riter-
day: ,1 mi ins
Temperature (Max 1 83.0*F
Temperaturr (Mln.) 7I.*F
Wind l mi <. in.ii i9 am)
E N.K (3 p m ) E N F
Uind Velocity: tt miles per
hour
Barometer 19 a m > 29.955
(3 pm.) 19 S87
I hev'M Do It Everv Time
_L S A9COT rt>_9 TWO... D Z>
. 00 rJT T-l 6RAUO CA\YO*i
. CAUSE iP VOi >i>*t you m/WE'.t
; X'. ANVTWlKfi-MJMFCW/sp I
. :re ^?E \frCRAVr vevbcrs
(. TkE CW.RaDSW X.s^i4^ TP^BE
fWERE"r*>ie VET THE
' ->sr FASOMTi^e CCXJfl-E AT
"4B UOTEL'AUD WHAT A UQTtL'.
I WL* ABOUT B(jC + PA.ACE
TKLL
y^TLE and c-ie^dar ever
"WEIR TRiP TMEY'O- H^.E TD
WiQWAG fT
O
.VJERE A
T.3SC "iCT RES
we ic< o- me
PEET j-^ESEA*
KEAS V3S*W:TE?
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A
WIT TILL I <- Vtf,'VOULD SET
L YX ABOJT - :*g; &AK6 a. '
WEVU!(3UTAS
M : MAC STAYt.O
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MUUB M.P TAKK
TUEPlAYAW
FROM A Sl*JT- \
S.C6INS 6JS /
soeler- y
\
What's on Today
UrlMdos rrlrkrl .\Mocia-
lion .. in..- I un p in
(unnt rr mi follows:
FIB*T IIIVIHIUN
.11-... V> nnilMlllli ii- At
ONhn
rmm VI SparUn at
(|urcn-H l-ark
i ..(.. vi. I'uk.M.k at
Lodir
I i.ii..i. v* u ..i.l.i, i. at
Hank Hall
BBOOND IIIVISION
rmplrr tl i ... ,,,[ al
flrr.
V M I- C \.. I ..a.i at
Hrrklr. IU.il
I'lrkwlrk vs. r.tllr* at Krn-
HlllKl.UI
SparUn Old Year Nliht
Dance at Dnll Hall. -. i
rlaon. 9 00 p m
I ml in t'lub H.li.r at Bm-
plrr I'avllion. Bank Hall.
9 00 p m
Mub Morsan'l
I 1,1.1,.in St
00 p m.
Il.ii.rr (j.uatlna Club,
('brim churrh, 9 10 p.m.
Ilani-r Aqualir flub. 00
p m
By Jimmy Hatlo
POP MtO MOM SURf ~P
u.'E to talkBut X
NOT TO EACH orueR-jJ.
TUE ONLy "
-ripbismbutv;
KWTTAU.
ABOjr iS
TUE TUE
THE SOUAO
CAK TOOK
MIM FOK A
)N'T BOThEC TO
YOUR. STORM TUty
NEVER LET VOU
-'':WI,
"And thr remitriitu
Ikrfmrit frawiu / thr
first pltueis x/tprrh."
MAD! m
_. INOtaHO
$1.00 lor JO
with a Cast of'2500
Directed by KING VID0R
mere II nevet be belter cigarette
duMAURIER
THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP C I O A '. T 1
IlKIS^L'S HAYS I S


SuImmIik
Irrrmbrr .1II
IS. O
Bariwtow
Iterate
Prirr:
FIVE (OTS
m m JJ
IJIIKKU.LV
SPEAKING
ty* i or ken. air llUKlini
Agf |un< ivr*pi
I>j e iMu.e.. in. rour.
fgMBenit
v_ k.ik - Ui-i;irimi*oi
j'^HlUllilll *-"> IIIC.II
^HB W*Ul IU -111 ..ill
rtUH """^ "*l'"
_rt sidr Jik, ..ml i lui
* hi Uw ""' I" '-
mi*** di'nJii 11
Jj^iB were dwtribuird .
U,, nr.l d.t. -I the dmr
Ml
41 wt llir department'-
verier. ".......*** "vr
1MB dlrrleil to i'*teh linn
i throw'"K "any thin* into
^, ,irwt Stationed in
4rilrgii s|i'l- Ihrmi8h.ui,
ib rll>. ll"'^ land on
(H|d to nab iirTendrrs
pK and ld jlikr \\. ,,-
.^a herd that some i
lat rraHv Itwpeetoe* laaini
a lip nTfln- llir tate pedl< r
iBrt taBWuptoauI) he-
btoi UfnP"*'- waKIng to
MWire mi lltleihin-
We think 'he 'in' ii
in r*eellenl ene hut il i
Imf Us ompliealloiu.
CMuirtrr ini inrf lhr
plJEhl of lhr 1 .<
Kb! arridriiull' drop* hri
lie baiulK
II returned nul t'h i r
caUtmrv bew hut with i
mmint!
n't j goad thin* thai
ikrsni'ic ffrumbi t,. thr
wmid> a- outlawed *omr
Una *i That will nave
maiu in oiheTWHe unnu*
prflinr. i>nVndei Rut It
maM behoove uii *
towinr peanut to .> n\ Id fpntnl Park to ilair
right then- tnd make nre
the iqairrel pnk< it up
We're .ill Tor higRrr mil
better "Keep Our < if
Clean rjmtmlw- 'id
uVre *H 'nr pm*e Ibe lltterer* In fart. we
hve our awn nantahmenl
all (Uured out iri the III
Itrewr* rn*r* the hrcMtm-
ud white carl* after a
Fifth Areem* parade \"
ih' r.nivtti'
Capacity To
Counter Attack
MM TOR* 0\ TIII'H
ar
Only Deterrent la Russian H
,,. NEW YORK. D..
M- JOHN POSTER DULLES; rUpublicu,
consultant to the state Department, tonight
rejected the thesis that the United States
should concentrate on the defen
Hemisphere.
"A defence that accepts encirclement
decomposes," he said in I
American Association for the Unr
itnlai i.irnKi Leatm
Tibetan Capital
140,000 Must
fagwer Earli
Call Up
DON. Dei 2fl
uo.ooo BrtgUahrnen, 181
, m d todio "i"' *?
ho railed upon to register j

i Uivnim.Tii announced
is nf the
i e next two q
Brn!. of youths would be
need
Reuler.
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nan and tae
nonnaL
bl Invadinj
Chineae forrti hud not
iiat thei
1 ^boui 300 milt
Lhasa.
It was not known hti

^e^rk^ ago wa
bound (or India, or vhj

|n Delhi
country to fpatore
|i
UeanwhlU I i Delhi 9taleaa*BJi
t Irom
it Kalbaponi i
.* ihi Dalai
lor Pti'tti
:
I | I OT 9 -Kriller
Free To Paint
Mussolini
Will Produce. Jets
UUSTt >L Glouceaterahlre,
Det 29
The Hi uToplatie < onipimy
thai it *vill
itch i ..! ,i ltd ilreratfi dlvi-
n to tli' pr tductlon n
ivULimt Vciitim Kingli
'bill.' jCl ..' the irij'.'
niMi'v '. s ., .
i.iiiv siitil H '
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Reuter.
RAZIL WARRANTS UP
LONDON. Da.
Brazilian wiirranta ward to
to-day on newt that
? company hail
thillingi foi i
U 14 shillings for
Atteeter
BRINDLSI, Italy n<
Franceaco Pittiundai".
meal ;irttt. was free bode) M
adorn Italian sirrets with as
ifuaaollnl ponralu a> he
liked
A judge found him nut BUlltT
or violatlmc a IM1
revindicetton. of Iwcban
| | .!,

.. had challenged him to
draw ihr Duee
Soon live and lu
on the
,,- Bul th

by pollee. In court. Pi
DMeaoe Ceonael kj
194? law pplM onlj I
Sation >f l'mtisin hi
unii. whereu drawing Mu
llnJi bjagd between
Santa Urn and Sam' \
ceiialnb conatltulad no
Put!treeing hi^ plea 6
i.ii. Couneaj then produt
of newttpaper cutwigi to prove
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U. Nations Troops
Pushed Back Ten
N. Korea
OFF "BO BO. yrterd*y wre 1).
Dr J u Hi lvniir
Colonial Ofllcr in London .tnd Hi B H
C#D. W Tli. teerlBg thr Canl>!
thai Wallah newspapers
md
.,,-.,.-in.-v >.en- print n
krOtrei with impunity.
The ludgl ipeed Beulrr
MtHAILOV VtCE'PRM!ER
OF BULGARIA
'QUAKE IN ANTIGUA
M Our 0i.
ANTICl'A. h
Tour earthtiuaki' tremora werra
Don moat
iwrely. Thej wt re
xi lasted for 12 seconds
LONDON, Dee 29
MlbaJkn h-*
been appointed Deput]
, ( Bulgaria, according to Bul-
::
The appointment wa
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M.islems C.tMiiiili.
Bark In Egypt

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B40therhood
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^ORTH KOREANS have .uish.ni back United
Nations troops 10 miles al some points in what
tM The start of their great winter otfem*.'.
Communist units were today reported to have
pitroed ihmly held lines at I wo places in the east
in sector. One force of 5.000 had penptratiM 13
I and further west another of 2,600 was from
miles behind the United Nations line
No Chinese troop! had BO fl v been reported to toe
m action, but some obaarvon hart believed that
Bttddtm break in the four week lull mieht herald
cpected offenaiv over the 38ft parallel
Russia-l .S.
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Tito Wants To Be
friend of Germany
BELGRADE. Dec 29.
islm roreign UiidaWt K.rdelj lold the Peoples
Aisemhiv her. to 'lav that Marshal Tito's Government saw
no reason why diplomatic relations with Amtna and the
whole ihould not be resumed, and the stale
of war ended before the sinning of the peace treaties
------------------------------------------------- Saying Uwt relation-
Eva Spends New
iear In Mendoza
BUENOS AIRES. DM M
"ron and hi. wife, I
T? "t the N Mendoza.
5"the> will [ormallj
"I the Ubf
'. han been ea
E"noui the country durina
TOO FREE!
Auntria had contlderabb n"-
pioved liic Mlniatat W ,^h,
Oovemment consider.
that before the peace Irtaly
Md with Austria, it can under-
take measure! to slop I
of war with that country anfl
establish diplomatic relation.
It mi nol Ao.lna's fault
that IK. trea.y had bo
"Relations with We.:,-
many are also developmii par-
UcUlatly economic relations
The Mif exists on
increase ol
iraanl i ol th.-
r
lieace !:-
Kardeij -!.<
and such aolui
Iher good results tor both
t said.
eter
1.8. Lifts Ban On
Mexican Meal
WAM

foot and moulh
tlirouth 111
. -. | ||
ouarantiin- ware lifted
W-Hlei
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, DECKMBn, m
Ccuiib Qallbu}
HON and Mrv l| A <
mg En
A lo kpeiirt |
their two .tnughtft-.
B. G. TJVv will 1* rMun
Jami..-
Net EzkiMtiM
IM.r. n.Mhados Museum
of paintings bv Rubei.
McLev*i. The tKhlbftlon begin*
Sitter
PAUI. WII.KINS' bUUi All,.
atnvM Fro
terday via Trinidad by bUIA to
spend a hoU< .ilos
Short Vi.it
DR PHILIP BARROW who w.<-
in Barbados for eleven days
lrturned t. H.G. yesterdav .iftei-
noon by B W I A
Aft eleven Years
MRS. ACNES BUKY and taU
MiM. Molly HuiiLtr
ItA for U (i yattafdaj b) Ii W I
A. Miss Hunter has been spend
nig a hohtl-.y with Mis. Bur. Mi
Bury hain't visited B G. for about
eleven years She plans to li\r
ther
With Barclays Bank
MR EMI1.E KING, son of Ml.
and Mrs Hugh King reluri.-
it G. yaatardai .iitvn.oon by
B W I A. after pending1 the Christ.
DM hol.iii.ys with his parent.-'-
Bank in
Qaoiyla
Barbadian Medico In U.S.
DR FRED BOYCE. who owns
Bl P ki tatlon m Be,
Thorrifis leil
for Trinidad by Ft W I A en rout-
to the IS
i'i Bay*. .. Barbadian a
i>een living In the UN frti
years, la a professor
e" Mediral School in Ne>
Ortaana, where tr teaches Bur- A'1 v
gery, betides being Visiting Sur- * badoa is Mr. La
i".n to gavaral other hospitals who aecoinpani<'t i,\ hit Canndlarj ** Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. King
Dr rioyc-e went to Harvard gnd wite. arrived haga ., couple of formerly of Barbados was marrii-i.
graduated at Yale Medical School weeks ago to Spend Chrlttmat in Kitchener. Ontario, on Decem-
Ht i- t ivgular visitor to Bar- wtln hlb family, i.iU ,s ,, rormeg 27 to Mr. Bernard A. Walhs
and was hen Barbados Scholar and has beta s"n "' MJr and Mrs SUinli;.
"K living in Canada for about ntna WaUli of Kitchener.
For The Racei year- N In Toronto, ha The Bride, a former pupil of t. e
MR TTDpY ROCK who is with ls rtUdytng lot In. actuarial Ursuline Convent, gruduuted fro i
tlM. .... | l.lf(. ln. Mc(hU Un.vers.ty lastyear witl.a
Trinld... i iftarnoon b: '' degree of B Sc. m Physical E-tu-
B.W1A | <">><> pae| to bo to Batbadoa ^JSJ^i ,s now. " th* HON AND MRS II A
week'* holirl .
CUKE left yesterday by B W.l.A to spend
OX dahghten In B O.
former Barbados Scholar
tioliUayifiK i'
Married In Canada
Wood, \C ATHL.EEN KING, daughter
dlan **- Mr. and "
staying wit], friend- m Port-of until January 13-
. to to there ror Here For Two Months
of the Cvofstmas KitiVINc;
Race Meeting. /\
Wedding
it wi A\ it .;
'light nras |fj
I.C.I'.,'
over for two mouths' holiday.
rtall of Queens University. Kinj;-
iton, Ontario. The ceremony took
place at St. James' rhapei. Km|
stun among a small circle 0
(rlanda and the bridegroom'
i
Kathleen pmeilts now live n
Manners For
Women
NEW YORK
Emily Post mistress of man-
nershas Issued 10 "important
changes in etiquette." dealing with
ibjects as post-dlvnrce man-
ners, posture and wearlne of
hv females.
The new set of rulrs w.is listed
,nne Kent, personal assistant
to Miss Post, in a Cosmopolitan
Magazine Articie. Thev are:
I. "First-name calling" Is okay
where it's taken for
granted, hut position and age
should be respected and children
shouldn't call adults by their hrst
names.
3. 'Trousers on women."
Slacks are "not incorrect" dress
for resort nrens. sports, and loung-
ing at home, bill tTO improper lor
city wear
3 "Tin younger set" (past
ghteen) after midnight. The
modern young woman and her
young man head for home alone or
with other young friends, stopping
off for u late snack.
4. "Posture." A little more
gracefulness of posture "would
eliminate a great American eye-
sore."
5. "The typewriter." The type-
writer for personal correspondence
is now not merely approved but
] favoured, except that formal note*
flnd letters of sympathy are better
i handwritten.
6 "Manners after divorce."
Today, many divorced couples re-
main good friends, or at least on |
f peaking terms.
/. "Women and nicotine" Th
irodern woman reachc- fog
cigarette almost whenever o
i ear she has the whim.
8. "Calling on new neighbors." I
This old American custom is van-
ishing, but Miss Kent believes that
"people's Instinctive kindness will
eventually bring back the cour-
tesy call."
9. "Buffet meais replace big
dinners." The modern hostess who
gives a dinner party can prepare
ahead of time, relax, and ask the
guests to help the-r selves.
10. "The declint of chivalry."
Since gaining a more equal status
with men, women no longer ex-
i>ect deference as the "weaker"
sex. Among other things, the old
hats-off-ln-elevator rule has been
completely revoked In business-
building elevators.
I.N.8.
ituperVs Autumn Primrose43
Jamaica Greeting
MR QLENVILLE WH430N, v Mfer of the Trinidad
mi Black Rock was married f1 , V" i tired
BCpben'fl Church to Mis '" '" '
firimth on Thursday af- Jj"P"lon loi the Wl tour to
my was per- Enfhtnd tie hopos to ! here fm r|~*HE West India Committee
niyett. ''"' Barbadot-TMrddad received a Christmas card
The IirMe wore a dress of sattn riirlv ,uxt w "' former from the 13S (Jamaica) Squad-
ron of the R.A.F, stationed in
Du
Hotel
wlin n Ua- .*.-; ih. loo* skin Jnwwolonlol crlcketei
Returning On Wefhieiday
ornr bloi*om, ..ml MiiS .iimmje hk.id
'rrkd u bouauX Irl ,, daughter Knthlepn
roM. while- ,;.., ,.,,i. ,,,i ,.. ,, ..., T
son. After the oaren i n
ception was bald at Wavall
Hlark Rock
Vitited Her Children
M- an wh
for i... past ihrot d



Aruba ^ It
.'. i A
and an
Royal.
V' Raid i .ui- in of Maasn
ii I Robinson, Trinidad Thej
n returning on Wedi
England The Squadron have
aakad (hat their greeting, togethci
with their best wishes for th.
NOW Year, be passed on to the
pooplt of Jamaica.
Rum For Chriatmai
the subje
WB3LI
Jamaica Sc|uadron. I
Bach Home
A
Mi

B.W.M She bl
gfatoi
i;i.
turned
iifterti
I of the
. hear
Hat they and their fellow Wosi
Indians in the Trinidad Squadron
again received t Christmas gift
of oarrel of rum. Pre-cnUttion
of Um Jamaloan barral was made
v OlUcaplo Brothers, and the
Trinidad barrel by Mr H Alan
Walker of Caroni.
B.B.C. Radio tnfwm
SATIRIIAt nrcFMItIR W ISM
) SB. Th* Npwi 7 10 i. m Nr>w
A..IM1.. 7 IS .m. Spa oirh>r. 7
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Fjllloriala. RIO inn I'i.^i.kiu,,,. p.,tde
kit ii in ThP IffOSlC nf Snl Phillip* and
hw Band. S um Aaixly MitrPhrrMiii
.it Ihr ThMtr* Orfin. a -n Clow
Down noon The N>wi. 12 10 p m
Nr Analysis, ills pm Dancr Muilc.
1130 p m. Twrnlv Quf lloni. 1.10 pm.
Mat-Ins Rfinllt. t.lt [> Radio New*-
reel. ISO pm Aivlhlnu lo Dwrhirr.
7 p.m Tht- New.. 2.10 pm Hum* Nr*.
flom Itrlliiin. 3 13 pm Whnl th.-
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\Mhnt Aakv. 3 pm Sins II Aii.Iit.
1' 30 p in Si->rl Rpvlevt. 4 pm Th*
Nrwi. 4 10 pin Thr Dully Server It
sirlh* up (he Mum,-. S p.nt
1 i.i.n ciu.ii... |,n1 n in Prmiminmr
Parade. 3 3U i> in Mum. (or Dancing
S.I9 p.m. Sinrrinc I'jwtnrrv r. :io p m
1 I inplr and the Vnmlvke Affair.
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SMI RDAYS II 10 u, 11 SO
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DAILY FUGHTS
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Simple Patterns -
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PUERTO RICO
Single .......1 u.Oe
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BWIA m
BRITISH WEST INDIAN AlkWAYS
| Airways House, P.O.S.
Lower Broad Street.
Bridgetown.
.! Phone 4585
Mn. Br Inchc. aW tug,
raty all the tide pocket* Tall fj
pnmroBM. "Hooray. l+er Mr
wort thjii wc need," cnaa Ropeei
'" will be eaoojga over so
j buach hx nummi tud
'or th* old pfoctueac." Tim*
id Edward mi cdl afotei *Kh
tug mi one apace b-gfeh.
m lawragf at Rob"
Oowa. I thietk we'll be ju
mh," (tag* Rajm brcethlciily
-ui. iute anongjh. akey not >aeo ici<
lair teat u c ogaaasag n peck
-w \ BMuas bmbt *- Kac *>.. -
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anccxAM. i flash
EMPIRE CLUB FETE AND DANCE
TO-NITE r.ANK HALL
w.lh
2 Houn of SCINTILLATING MUSIC
by
THE KATZENJAMMERS"
and
Percy Green's Orcheilra Afler
k
AQI ATI* 4 LI B CINEMA (Member.Only]
MATINEES: TO-DAY WEDNESDAY iliia
TO-NIOHT TO Till RSDAY NIGHT .- H..10
- . '- IO I | *. D-l..l k, ... T,(o : W^ "y < MM DMA
An ACADEMY AWARD !>. mr.
GLOBE
TO-HAV 5 & 8.30 AND CONTINUING
Fred
ASTAIRE
Vera
ELLEN
Red
SKELTON
Arlene
DAHL
IIIHEE LITTLE WORDS
MIDNITE SHOW TO-NITE 12 O'CLOCK
THAT NITE WITH YOU
FF.ANCHOT TONE and SUSAN FOSTER
AND
iff IT. BEG
GLORIA JEAN & DON O'CONNOR________
TO MORROW MIONITK SHOW 12 O'CLOCK
SIN TOWN& GET HEP TO LOVE
Save Your (| Tickets and Win A Hamper
i: Ml'i hi-
11. il. > 4.45 nd ft 30 and
nuiliniiini:
David O. MaaJgffSj
"DUEL IN THE SUN"
Starring
.Irinilfrr Jones Oregon
Peck
with
Joseph Cotton Mid Lionel
Bgrrymore
TO-NITE AT MIDNIGHT
SHOW
MOM Presents
"NEPTUNES
DAUGHTERS"
Stamng
Ester Williams sad Red
Sselton
now
To-diiv to Tuesday 4 St
snd 8 IS
M G M Smashing Double
m.i/i.ii. Hayden ind LouIh
Cslhrrn In
"THE \SPH/\LT
JUNGLE"
and
"DIAL 1119"
with
M^rnhall Thompson and
Virginia Field
TO-NITE AT MIDNIGHT
SHOW
Republic Western Double
Monte Hale in
"LAW OF THE
GOLDEN WEST"
"RENEGADES OF THE
SONORA"
Starring
Allan Rocky Lane And hi*
-t.i.ii.ii! Black I.-., k
H01AI.
>vld (1 s.1^?,
"dlel^esw
^lurnnii
''llU^^r,
Jowph CMtoo ^ lta^
^M| ^
Trlplr AllTWtat
AlUn Kockr- Un.
"SUNDOWN K
SANTA FT
"LIGHTNIN IN m
FOREST
"UNMASKm-
WNBAY "GS1T5
Rrpubllr Arllcn DwN.
"LAW OF THE
GOLDEN WEST
and
"ANGEL AND THE
BADMAN"
OLYMPlT
To-day I IS uw l ls_
Tomorrow US ud in
Flrsl lu-ulmnii c,imM,
MM
"CODY OF THE PONT
l-.XPRESS
Slam ng
Jork WMihaoi-llldut
Moor* wllh
PerK> Stewart aod IliOke
Faweeu.
TO-NITE AT MmsiGrf
SHOW
Krniiiiii. Uncle Serial -
"ZORRO'S BLACK
WHD?"
Slamng
i;.''-i -'- i Lewis and Lddi
MMSt,
*
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Bl
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In
-
Wall DUney'i
I'l.AZA TheatreBRIDGETOWN
Ml OWN I (RKO RADIO
TO-DAY AND MONDAY
9 30 m I 30, 4 15 8 30 o tn
SUNDAY II.. ti 8.30 1..MI. iaud ('onllnulni
< i \ in: hi ii \ -
Color by Technicolor
"SEAL ISLAND"
.AUu The Color Short
MinM 11 TO-NITE 3tth iiiKii Eadlo)
Sunurl i .i.iilw mi George O'BRIk^N Ni ..
ROSEANNA Mc.COY & MARSHAL OF
Farley Gran,cr-Joan Evnns MESA CITY
rUnoU
......I"
RINQINQ IN
THE NEW YEAR
795/1
VERY SPSChU. GtftTBW TO 0VI
CVSTOHEKS & PtlEHDS FOI A
fHappy and prosperous
&Cew year!
!
MOM
PLAZA Theatre Qistin
LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAV i A S.SB P M. iWiinrii .>oblri
David NIVCN Jan* WYMAN in "KISS IN THE DASUL" and
Cieorse BRENT In OOB. ui VIIV AND THB WOMAN
vhiimii TO-NITE SStk
Lr<> Corcvy a Bowery Boy in
nOWEEV BOMHlHILl
&
"LANU or THE LAWLESS"
, i"...iu i a i
tictta
THE BRITISH BATA SHOE COMrSNT
i
I. All; TV iTKr QantM) ST. JAMES
TQDAt ONLT IH '* U. JOHN LOVES MARY & I Became A Criminal
Mr. MUGGS RIDES AGAIN & MAN from TEXAS
opaoiaa laodar -LOOK roa Tali MLVkK liMSc a -ITlAhol ALIBI
Cordial (greetings
To all Our Cuslomvrs
and Friends
We F.xlcnd
BEST WISHES
. . lor .
A PROSPEROUS
...A..d...
PEACEFUL NEW YEAR I

oil
a at
9 lilt: II VIIIIMIOS o-opkiiativi: i
lOTTO.M F.%< IOHY LTW.
>vj.Mi,HrMnaaMaKanannnT
WILLIAM FOGARTY LID.
INC. IN B. G.
We are now receiving a
Shipment of
PRESTC0LD 4.4
REFRIGERATORS
Will those Customers who
could not obtain theirs from
our last shipment
PLEASE CALL IN AND
BOOK NOW.
IDVERTlW
in the ADYOCAtf


Ed* l' S ,mme
K nter-
,DAV
V1HI I!
golden Fleece
r*et hi
truly the "goldm Hen.
- programme la
ha* fitiiPH *.
kite
thr -
(King Will
Go First
I f B.Wn.n
Ni-.w YORK.
,1 become
* c.jrtil or eve
^jr. sport* m .1 national
?th me miliiui > nat-n
JeUhcred in.
Uncle 9an* is going
doves for cash. ihn
^Jlbr able io pack :> KU'
'tkav Samuel won't
, T^kidded
' u so-r.'ilU"! rrt<
.i*ar echelons for the
L-of the boys who m.v
Lathe rfal imhtim*.
iwmd. too. thai
rZat to lighten up on
Eh hare PBn one *"
TjL, Pitcher *lven *-
_ly ber;,
(drum
fwk A Gun
jub, ear (trim, doe* n.t
inan from hearing every-
u manum-i ' '
-afvpnt him from pit.-ii-
jtir shouldn't he pa.
if jbe re5* of 'he toys '<"'
r '' '
j| Club back of
len nuthoi
I be fiven a rece* for ;i
-V Garden iictually lost
n the last '.ah'. F-
hea only a handful
UlOOO to '
by the I B C
of the Garden
K would like- ' box ;rt '-'-
entirely In the Gai
rim could rill those date
b yearnow taken up
In fact, the Garden h,os
Bnflbt of convention
rjctgerto move in if >><>>; -
tea out.
npit nrkt" pvei u.s it i
w condition as it is today
r many reasons.
main reason, of cour
( talent.
rond reason la poor match-
I and use of house
ewlusion of othei.....
a into the Garden.
Financial; 'Jains
Mr reason la the .... ..
d sens*' amoiiK ::i'
if lighters who went lOO
i:. the bfM oi It
Kt their meal tickets,
powers thai bo in tha
...uld huve you i-i,< v<-
be iiitcndance ol Aunts haa
almost to the vanishing
ilv because there La
ana ( .rr.eriuinmen: dollars
ii pure hokum. The Ncu
race tracks abov i
n dUendauL-u and bctuiiK
the fight tfuine lias
And thare is no hoattaaar
fan than the average
punter.
while the turf folio wim
(lucxer tor the races ha _t*'--
ry that wide-eyed In
into the tight racket. He
is lighter* and ho knows
( :s being fed a turkey.
re nasn". been a tight this
irth more than a live-buck
a ttM prosnoten should
paid the fans to attend most
Jhaws they staged. Fisrlit
jatay like to waltz but tii*>
Wee to watch them.LN.S
lent omer-
pncea fur ihis
M"Vr' red to
rv. nou.
i. most of
' Southern Hom-
.... ,
' ''ma for

Urge prooucrr.
l thorn Hemta
ai amain
Bid If.ih
I oiu;ini|
ind for wool hu
' 111 BOO million pound*
|
Have risen to as
*3 a pound for certain
aylon-tyoe
3
hut none h
' I
nan is noarlv j.*,
from' hta

have found evi-
'torneaticated sheep aa.
N IM Are The origin
tavlng hi iri m
Babyloni-
n'l Ef-pti.,.-
KXKBADOS VOVOCATE
PAGE THREE
Bridgetown In
The Davs Of
-Philosophirs"
m Bisnoi ,!,.
BndWU,wn Tax.
I good mexxt. i.
wn-r only ibout 100 cars In

WTIacr. bugy nnd .rn, owner.
Hunol looks ,
I
i

m.n win, o,Mn
""rs a khaki unirorrr
work, wm .n Bomt

Hirnnl o5 hi* left tool
ii when hi
to KM from hopping tn
4 H's Behind
The Curtain
VIENNA
i can insti-
tution u avei thajK orobably the only 'ami" or-
ganiiation Bourltfiina; behmd um iron Curtain
In th m in tbt thraa reai
Austrian youngsters are 1-H\ts
ra in the
- Mi
.< ,i a bit. 10 tn- tun Yiw\ n..\ |
ship but they have never banned 4-H
It's ih) popular.

"Union- nth" .. .t.
., tl( ivn. n,o t m k> .i..-
rtean .an-
ates- Cultural ...petviaors ttnd [Jna
aaaaaa Tba Jrr--
val of 4-H nafl trom
The tnovaaaani bafJM La th,- " ^" ,'en,f '"
mountain lanr
?one. ECA dollars and the U.S. >0lllhs
ui me Russian Zon
U.-N. Tr>p8 Pushed
Baek Tn Miles
a PNaa *# t
. i-an troops 'far-
haaal aarla" arttl
Ih* ..8ih parauai
.
job", he said tonutht
Ceneral MaoAal
pointed aa hu AKte-^te-Camp
Captain Sam Walker, son of the
recently killed Ethth Am* Com.
inander. Lieutenant General Wal
n>n M Walker
Captain Walker formerly aarva.
n the United Stato. Man Infanttv
. body Of
General Walker will bo saNaa
the United State* from Tokyo
i ,w '
Suear and syrup used to ie,Al::
...
eow-dr.. oMi
Bisnol was a i
'i I irsnaporlai! "lembers
ihoae day-.. Uten
number, one ...
a ear .-.-
it waa an front otm
one in Nebraska. Prnnaylvanu
North < Tir-xas.
IN's
Trainers Up In Arms
LONDON Jock--\ Club rule is brine "
Britimh rmc*ho Irainrr. ngkaW inUOnWd > "lorcea
ub in unu. Althouih 'lie- '"" '<" ", '"
ptvfH. u, !. ...!- fear ,.f io.nu hU license unless
tbey c)" to ihe rule a ractal he has soanelWnf like a regular
which holds them responsible for potato lorco watching ever*
1 cooes of doping of IbOll human and every animal connee-
bssm. led with htm.
In the paot iwo months Itaroo ..
trainee have let Ihe'r license- The Jockey Club. how-v*r_
ofler some lorm of dru ha.1 dotormlned to clean up nors.
boon found IB Ihe sallve or racing In Unlain and wllleon-
iweot of horses under iheli untie :o hold trainers.responsible
J^JJ, lor the condition ol their liorses.
Tho trainers -omptaln that th- N
Barbcdoi Cout Sulion
Ships Id Touch With
ft-al klUaa ihrouth Bktai
Ma C*o! Station
i
- S l.i.ann
llt'kaland. S *
- Upaa
p SoA> K
S s lag* .

^ v iadt a-aitwov. nm.
H V arlwa
-. 1 Fair. rirkdl-;
Nkdart1.il
.
In UM
i Buntbar
none In front

he Phoeni-
iffhoul the Medlti
Spinsler

unmarried ivoatiaa, Ii
from ihe wool trada Mi'-
i tha weav-
i
i entlewo
B) (Jiuttlo.
m 1733. was the llrst
-
latch H'Voluilu:.
I,
the hand-
in UM inou-:
mimuls such as the
. ima, aoal ind Anaora
1. but by far the
taaja comes from
ba miKiern
industry wa-
Spain, homeland of the famed
,n. In
of muct of the 200
I.. I I ["!'
nand and iiabeUa, aoveri
tha lima of Columbus.
; the Merinoi

*..'
itunaa wool trading and
manufacture nave bo-n of major
econionlc Importanca In Grea;
Britain. S.vinlx.li/mi: thil facl
hanceUoi ii
the Houao ol LaRI'l -uatomaril
a, upon a i-Liilh-co\"erad sack
n :iit: daj 'he Lord
ui ! known
llntry
i 'in.' Into
I in mm
when Mi-nun- from :he roynl
flock of Bngnind'a Kli
Inqnrted, Todi
.
people.
Sviliu v '
where the Soa
ernment In reo n
makiiit! laraa punlmses.
World War II tha V. S
tloti; at present the number is
only some :*<> million. Eomomisis
believe two factori an Uurgaly
l,. for the
meal priota, whicl
. the slaughter of
DUIU aim ". cost
Kb. ti
a) wuoi produii'i amona)
: N BJ______
he would
have been a driver B
as he like
days, be
does not
:'
"Landaus"

i i
Mrreeati then
of caniaai
-ix paaaanaen
soldom used fol-
iation, bul
coniTnlence
When
island in 18
used to rani tha
There were not any uu
panJaa,
Men u>cu (i rlda tall
In the days of trom cars And
people called tiiem "Phi i
When Blanol B
with the Tram Line
cloanlnK imm hue Hal job with
the Transport Boa
direct ear drivers where to park
In the Lower Broad Sin
iiiK spot
. .
;
and tell the Irivei \

have ho!i
Austrian

".me
1R.O0O

l-H aaoaan.
bur* H arc m \
[rowing

mountain
too Inen

the 4-H trlni, three

! Twrj
anunity. nalplnaj to hi

which
i .
II
l
i


3. Thcv hel|
Tveosiiro
fro in Si-o l In in J
THE FAMOUS
GROUSE BRAND
WHISKY |
Sir Edward
Frankland
wm mmmg ihe jiru BJ JrirfcJf
UV U7 of vtimcy, urhldl
neian U Bar mms flVal
aaaajBaat Jl aajaaj ,, htU
MfrdW. T%b theory pUpdm
imfoiltm pmt at the mhte^iemt
aaajaaj / raanhnT. WiihSk
(Nuiaa L*kytt. Brirtth
In oWaSoea. ar aa mm W air 11 inj *uhonms am
> a> a> aaafaja. raaaaaaaataa ejvmr j hm*m
-in tmpmiy, mi \ii%mi .
u-kkk hemghthmmwivhmtnti ^
hVra mtOmmkmm, L*mc***x, m Wbj, Pi II tw*> mmjimiittJ aViajcaf
B, Lmammrtmmi he mm to ij*mm ol oW ajj of naaao/ to tmidf annadirry. In iSjt
he wm || i Hi i aw^sssr of ^hemutey a Owmi Caaajr. Afaadawrr. totm*** u
Umim m *W. *WheU *?>***** MSi. boriUowmftHmmkm,T%et^ Inst,***
mi TV Rfol Sihool f Iffam Ur wm Ihiamwt of the OmnHol
Soaety from tS?i-%, mi of ike Instimue ofChmmmy hmm i7J-*c>.
ImtRoydSotiety awsririmm .(. htfhni honourmr Coptey hleim
> cultural, hard hit bj
, tin. .'!' w*Ul its im-|
- attni the food I
Before can used
too big for this space," by
glance at the car.


parked than Frmn the time he
could remeiiil" r,
tho-e evergreen '
Pilots Must Give
Flight Plans
WASHINGTON, Dae. T,
Airmen must give flight plans
lor planes entering 01
adthln certain '
United Stwu-s undi a uovern-
man! ordai which want into effect
today. But the Civil AaroaiauUi
A.iiniin-iriition who M
tegulalion aid that anl
would in- delayed 18 daj
airmen time to familiarise theni-
alvai 'Miii the nilai and tha a-
. axland
iiiona ihe entire west coast, tlie
ii AUantic
coast, much of the Canadian and
Mexican holders unu
. ''..illations. The regula-
tion was aimed to help Air Force
defence units identify planes in
"security areas".Keuter
S. P. MUSSON. SON & CO.. LTD.-Agents
SALE OF
EVENING DRESSES
to !*>- rVoaWaWis.~j:ii*J
rmde Marl of h ..nail*
i !,-,> jttn htfm Ui sejok.
.....a. /..cluslles I.Id Lo.idi
WHEN BUYING MATCHES
ALWAYS ASK FOR
1
From the
lopted the alubi
with Rreat enthu
log U a man I
> the eegaaaatBaakfaald
i
i livaa.
The i ii dub
BBaemble kdol houses
.
oilier Will
elutandn
i

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.


or Vermont.
i
...
ith farm

,ler. when '
the AUlb
bound. Austria!
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BARBADOS AnVOTATF.
'"' *"" I'M! MR, |
AIADGSTE
f -i
Saturday December 30. 1(50
SM.AH
TH r- Ano-
ciaii. ally informed that
the tttl pi Tixed at
c.i.f. This is an Increase
of 3 7 0 over thr 1950 pti
Tu a rommunity with .'i population of
approximately 200.000 almost entirely
dependent upon Bilgar this will be cheer-
ing news. Bai Nadus has always been
dependent on thl revenue earned from her
staple industry for the maintenance of her
standard of living and the cost of adminis-
tration of the government. Oil is still a
potential revenue earner and Barbados
has not \?t been able t< lind secondary
industries which will prowde employment
for so many us the sugar industry.
This satisfactory price is the result of
long and patient negotiations begun in
1W8 between the West Indian Sugar Pro-
ducers and the Ministry oi Food The
original demand for a long term i
ment to purchase nil the exportable sur
plus from the West Indies was rejected bv
the Food Minister and ..;
London the British Government agreed to
an eight year period subject to annual
revision
Under the terms of Uiis agreement the
additional E the 1950 pi i-
eludes the extra cost anticipated in the
production and export of the 1951 crop
especially the increased COft oi hags which
at one time were not available. The in-
crease also wisely makes provision, in
accordance with the wishes of the Sugar
Producers, for an increase in woe*
those occupied in the industry
In addition to the increase in the price of
sugar, that of molasses has been strength-
ened and ensures a greater revenue return
from the vacuum pan molasses export
market
Recent estimates of the 1951 crop in this
island set the amount at 175.000 tons. This
does not in any way affect the price as
there is no competitive element in the sale
of this sugar to the British Government
but at the same time il affords a greater
margin for i Into molasses sale-
able in a market without a quota and for
home consumption.
There |i not all plain sailing, nowavei
even with Q iy increase in the
price of Rjgar and molasses. It will mean
greater revenue but there is still some
I position of bags.
These ire necessary for the export of
sugar Li bulk shipment has not
yet come to the West Indies and they must
be available In quantHiM adequate to the
I m lured. At present
there ppiy of jute
tfaoturo in India, but the
job oi for the remainder of the
i ready ordered, is
in the capablf hands of Mr. A. S. Bryden
- to be hoped that they will arrive
in time
The question ol the uniformity of price
betwe. thai ft! i Weal [ndlei and that
of the Commonwealth countries, accord-
ing to official ourcei remains- to be tattled
by the Ministry of Food.
Health For Tin I'oor
THE tha St Michael Mtdtgal
atocltia] Buildings during
tlie week is another step by the Vestry ul
the parilh to cater to tlir needs uf the poor.
The centre has been set up for the con-
veniei i k poor who need medi-
cal attention without basiig conSmd
Aimshou.se
It w in ||. past for all IhOM
whi needed medical attantion to : 0 t" tha
Aimshmise where tha parochial medical
olBeei man bad toi than
It entailed al linns graat discoml
they had to travel long distances. This will
now be avoided.
Last year provision was made for the
appointment ol a third p.M.O Attend-
ance al this centre was set out as part of
his duties and now the Centre has been
erected Than will be a nurse in attend-
ance and every la.iluv civen to those who
need attention there.
The St Michael Vestrv deserves to be
Mended in taking another step in
cauirinc to the needs ol the poor of the
parish.
OLD LOWS ALMANACK
PXOPHCC/CS 'SO? /.9SJ
(luatemala Hot Spot
WASHINGTON, Dec. 38.
Guatemala, In Central America,
i .i hotbed of Communist activity
Ited States interests.
In <*uiit-?tiiula the conmunists
bold that they threat-
led the life of the American Am-
Mdor, Hi. hard C. Patterson Jr.
I'h.- siti..i|.]. was m> grave that
i Ouatameli Qovenunent de-
anded Patterson's recall on the
.etext Ihwt this "meddling" in
-ernal affairs endangered his
BY MALCOLM JOHNSON
INS Staff CorroipondW
nla 'FSG). led by the vociferous
Pinto Usaga, and claiming some
62.000 member.-
Pinto, who has made violently
anti-US. speeches, was one of
the principal backers of Col.
Arbenz.
Washington refused
;terson officially,
to recall
that Is.
The Venezuelan government
now in the hands of a>Junta headeu
by German Suaxez Flamerich. but
the Communists, while officially
outlawed as a party, are still busv
'ing hate against the is
As in other Latin American
countries, Ihey attack American
imperialism." American invest-
ments, particularly in oil. and lh>
lfni Economically. Venezuela is one
Of the world's largest supplier*
oil. Its geographic proximity to
President Juan Jose Arevalo, _.
_ whom Arbenz is to succeed, pro- us makes it more important as .
, i states Inst March and is States. (;.,. . especially in the event ol
-w In Washington. He Is still war with the Soviet Union.
imbossadnr to Guatemala In ab- Nevertheless. II is pointed out
ntia in Washington that Arevalo This source of supply could bo
D___ .. throughout his administration vital to the United States. Jn
Patterson taan outspoken diplo- has temporized with, if not World War II. for instance. Ven-
ac\lin<. i"* "^.mm^t*^" ouraged. the communists. ezuela supplied with almost
ting
-uatemaTa or anywhere else. Of ."reaching what
he
tails
one and a half million barrels of
almost enough for
e communist threat to Amort- -'spiritual socialism". Arevalo has ]_* SJf' V!l
ill interests in Guatemala, he bam friendly with communist ,ne US Navy s A"ant'c flect
ivs: ofiici.d, rrom olher countries, en- i addition, Venezuela Is rich
"Guatemala is the No 1 slate lcrnln* them '" hU hom*- * iron ore. possessing some of the
nnonucaUy in Central A.,. h"IT I!l"uoncV Bnd em- puretl deposit! in the world, it
U rouihl>. BO^-r 0l th"n " aOV' ' "'- the biggest customer for
, rtl and American cap- ernmcm Lb exports in all 1-at.n America.
al DM large Invi Through the Federation of Latin "* tno "<* biggest cash cus-
Itanana PlanUUons, Railroads, American workers (OTAI.). I'-nicr in the world.
Unlonlsta are
Washington notes that the Com-
developtng in the early 30'.s.
;l!.i.tlls Th.* party lirst became
legal in 1945 under President
ledlna,
I'uw,., |.|..l.. Ilna- GuatcinalaV tr.id
uonal Airline, and Shipping. iimiiul.-d win the World Fedi-r- ,,.. In Venezuela be-
atlon of Trade unions, which
Tbeso tnleresta have been pur- tin- a.P. of L, and the ci.o
ecuted l i and exweme nation- Soviet Union
alistlc eleinenls that 11 |t] |
1 f bow miiiii longer thev i_______________________
can hold out. The trouble Uu
communists gave ma has alerted
American inter i-m.s to the fart that
they are In danger of expropria-
tion. These acts of aggression
against American interests will
continue unless tha Anwrlean gov-
ernmcnl provide appropriate ac-
tion."
In Guatemala, as in other Ijuin
Ainer, Washington
auUiorltloa say, tha conunoniai Uv
But net exl
i ai trmgth,
DJIV6 IntUtntad ihe gov-
itsalf, ootainlng some
Until rercntlv thOTO
i aa no offh u.li. legihtered
communist party
Al'ii Pattfli Kn'a departure,
u. tha oonununltta camo
OUl in Um open. M'sigiiuig from
i in- into winch they had
itod a movement is now
under way to start an avowedly
Moxist Party. fluunUng the
mlsl hamrnar and awkle,
The ptoaaot situation is regard-
inn < it...n and dengl
The new Pn k t-Btoct, Col
Ailxi,/. due to take office
larch, is a military man,
it ..nh-rommunlst.
Arbans, liowever, accepted
Communist Mippurt in the No-
vember election ami it was
najor factor in his election. Hi
POCKET CARTOON
M osHi h \ LANCASTER
' The Uitcclot-Qmerat na
atk'-a HU to imprru on you
Wia CarmicharL that Ihrtc s
ih'ulut'lv imthmn in thr text
u. indMM/' anal 4(addin
fhlnfcs vt Man T" tuna *
Bhoril) theroaftor, the Demo-
eratte action party of Romulo
Betaneourt leftish, but non-
Communist came into power,
only to fnll in 1948
There are now two Communist
alemcii! n. Vemvuelii. One stems
from the ofliclal party (PCV).
which was outlawed last May fol-
lowing a strike in the oil fields
The other is the Proletarian Rev-
OtUtlonan I':irt>. usually idenli-
i ,t .is PltP (C) meaning Con-
iiMinist.
The PRP (C) is now the only
remaining legal party dominated
by Communists. Its chief strength
is in labour unions.
Communist Menace (auses
Big l!i.\e In Defence Costs
OTTAWA.
National defence in 1950 thrust aside any
Inaggflel restraint and became bin and costlv
business for Canada. It swirled far ahead
of all other types of governn i
ture.
As the year ends, the era of tht $1,000,000.
(t(f0 military budget is only three months
distant. It will come with the
budget. A sombre cabinet. fucmK up tu i
world in crisis, has said it will
It came fairly close in 1950. For a year
that started off with a relatively modest in-
crease planned for defence, it came start-
lingly close to the billion dollar m.?rk. Il
started off with a $425,000,000 defence budget
and ended up around $850,000,000.
The reasons were obvious and threatening.
They could be compressed into one word:
Korea. Or, going deeper. Russia.
The ramifications were more complex. The
ixtra $440,000,000 voted hy parliament at its,
Kail emergency session was needed largely
not for Canada herself but for her allies. Thej
government, accepting Canada's "interna
lional obligations in a two-fold way, got)
SilOO.OOO.OOO to carry out a programme oil
helping arm Europe.
The Hist shipments, spearhead of equip-(
inent for a division, went forward to the'
Netherlands late in the year. An equal,
.mount will go to the Netherlands or an-1
ther Atlantic Pact ally next year
The cost of Canada's Korean activities was
placed tentatively at $50,000,000 for the ex-
isting fiscal year. But the programme was
broader than that. It called for acceleration
and expansion all along the line in a field
where costs have become staggering-
N400.Q00 for a single one-seater lighter plane.
Korea was behind all this. But it also had
its good points. It broke the log jam in
Washington and opened the way for revival
of the wartime economic integration of
Canada and the United States for the pur-
poses of arms production. It brought inten-
Mtied drives for the St. Lawrence Seaway
as a defence project.
It spurred civil defence planning and
brought the green light for communities to
start getting ready for the worst. It electri-
lied the movement towards integrated west-
ern defence through the Atlantic Pact.
The biggest costs were ahead and late in
the year cabinet ministers indicated to the
Federal-Provincial Conference there is no
way of telling just how large they will be.
That would depend on the wave of crises
breaking around the periphery of the free
world. But they would hit at least $1,000.
000,000 in 1951-52. bringing with them high-
r taxes and blows at the civilian economy.
C.P.
to
D. V. SCOTT
Ac CO., LTD.
TO-DArS SPtCua
-. THE COLONNADl
Tins OKANGE JUICE
Tins I wins TOM.I I s
11..I- MrEWANS BEER
Usually
a
H
a

5% ZHappy and jVi
rosperous
.(tin
use of
rited as a
the historical
for Communist expluita-
|itv to the United
N |
Mexir,
classic
causes
tinn of
Btatw
Public activity of the Commun-
ists in Mexico is not important,
s Washington, but they have
ide inroads In two classesthe
'IhtaUectuals" and the union
;.| M'l
Sometimes, according to stu-
dents of Communist activity in
LaUD America, there seems to be
a halr-linr difference between the
strongly nationalistic Mexican re-
volutionary ideology and tha
Communist partv line, insofar as
they affect relations with the U.S.
AnotiM. factor which helps
!......s '^r^'i:;;:'^^:;1,;';^
wonders whelhei n..tihalislk- feeling. The i.u
poimcally indebted to the tional.sts. wh.le .mil-,,,,,,,,
.ppoae resent the economic control
ABMrloan companies
Waahlngto
lyl
i oramunlsts, will dare
them after lie takes office
Tn;.t In i, key question to which
WashmgtuM awaiM an ailtwei
situation ii belnj wi
Either way, as Wa-.hing-
\ 'Ml Ik> playing
a dangerous game.
If he goes .dong with the Com
inuiiists he will play into their
liiinds and may become, in effect,
a puppet President If he oppose*,
na rtaki poaslble revolution,
Ihougb ii is presumed that he has
enuugh mihury strength to
handle any Hod uprising.
One greiit source of Communist
Micngth in Guatemala la the
Ti.nlc Unions, which were urgan-
"i .mil ar cqntraUad b> Com-
RHinltU "ith tha help of party
followari from Mexico and Cuba
i' are approximately 80,000
i.nioiuied workers. The largaat
group, nioMly industrial, is the
Kederacion Smdecal de Guatetu-
BritainsEconomic Advance
LONDON
Britain in 1951) began to pay her way as a
trading country, but rising raw-material
prices and a full-blooded rc-armament pro-
gramme permitted little relief from auster-
ity.
In the first six months of the year, the
country's economic climate changed radi-
cally and remarkably. Almost without any-
body noticing it. "boom" began to replace
"crisis" in talk of Britain's external economic
position From January to June, the sterl-
ing area's gold and dollar reservesso low
the previous autumn that Britain drastic-alls
devalued the pound sterlingrose b>-
262,000.000.
Britain herself accounted for only
36,000,000 of the increase. The rest was
provided by Marshall Aid and increasing
;tcrling-area sales to the dollar countries
These commodities sold at booming prices
prompting economists to warn that the in-
crease might be only temporary But pro-
duction in Britain wai up nine per cent, anil
the country seemed ready to reap the bene
lits of post-war efforts,
smis-' Then came Korea. The United .Nations'
Mexico And Venezuela tarlei In Mexico long bio recog- decision to try to halt aggression meant bie-
tfer arms programmes Stockpiling princi
pally by the United States, sent prices ftoeu
ing. Britain decided that rearmament and
the dollar-export drive- now finally gaining
real momentummust share priority. Bui
there were difficulties.
At the year's end, some manufacturers
complained they could not obtain material-
for dollar industries because of the switc.
to war production Diversion of manpowt"
posed similar problems __c.P.
The two, however should not
be confused The strictly Mexi-
can revolutionaries are strongly
nationalistic ;"' metal..... en-
fniMidly to American capital In
of Mexlc i. but they are not Com-
munists.
Ebe communists are seizing Among the organized workers.
Upon IBM issue by agitating Mexico of course has the most
strikes .mil ciKouraging the powerful iiro-communist labour
threat of axpi i latloti .i Ami. 11 leader and organizer in all Latin
can InvertoMata, just as Mexico Amerlcy- Vicente Lofnbardo Tole-
expropriated oil resources yeors dano.
ago.
The Soviet Communist
Ico lor_
nized the country's strategic im-
Menko and Venezuela are Itn- |*rtaiic- in the event of war be-
Ugieaily and economically im_ tween the US and Russia.
IMirtant to the Unlltd 8Ut. yet Accordingly, the opinion of in-
oountries are plagued with vestigalors seems to be that Mexi-
iltcrnpt.iig ro ]ong go became a centre of
relation* communist conspiracy for sabo-
tage, espionage and concerted ef-
ln thU rioa t w~ia .n-i. ?9rti *> engender hatred for th.
'So all our friends and Gmtomtn
WILKINSON & HAYNES Co., Ltd.
Successors To
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m Phones 4472, 4687 14 U & 1251
a
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to their importer friends and customers caused by ftf
congestion at the slcamers' warehouses.
This is on account of causes beyond their control,
and steps are being taken to relieve the situation
They request that all Importers draw tfceir cam
with as little delay as possible as further arrivsli ait
expected shortly.
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and
Our J5es/ 'Wishes
for ^Prosperity
in the Coming ^ear
\ Da COSTA & CO. LTD.
both
''omnium*! influences
to undermine friendly
wiUi us.
Latin American governments ia I>esplte steadily improved
vit.il u ihi- country, Venezuela friendly relations between tha
hai underfoaiu cession of rev- two governments, the Communists
olutlong, culminating last month have succeeded to some extent In
in the uf President this objective
Carlos Delgudu Chalbaud. INS
; 1 >2^MUMaaMaaaaaaaaeaaRai
OI.'II IIIAItlllN S\\:
ilemen lisd rendrre.1 t.. W I
IH,h,,,,...... ... I'rlckt-i Apiareoilv u,.. 11. .1.1 .
T It .i. I, } ?fter 'I"'""""! COUpla vl did nnl u. the KMSSalty of re
oiB ';'"'" "' . ...."'" "" l""l.-..l Public *. kepi waitlna lr services of the Cspl.in, Manager
SSL,, i'"' "' ..il. s w>* f, hl ns to Assistant Manager and Baggage.
.h . ""'xvn "''""' "i1" nd dramatic pro- man in assisting ihe Warn to pil
-!^ "! ?vOUr "fders who i ml, to be released "V the tidy sum ot (12,000
toll,w.ii the conduct of the Wc.1 Hiroughout ihe Islands simul- Press Release 414 not nantti
a i rkkat Board .,< Control laneously. fact that all the
I would mention for the
nation of R.I P and othaar
removing
tha
,
Kban
li
the
0) Hi,
ffiff tfj!, .U"; ... of Ihe ,cred and "v 2S.reSlvc" '
I I, Hoard rh,r'' ",-rp m"n> ",hor
.gotlalTo,,, "" ol greal,,.,
.mtns sign, muat In. . iJr.,.lC- urse. dear reader. If
"'r"",l K Nuol .;",,.. A, >- . what
look place in Tr
idad a few months ;ig". mu.-t hi
I portaiM
omissions of great lnteti
has been characterised as aurpris- .tutocratlc and absurd deahngiand ateal flowara aa soon
ing. impertinent and ungratefu. will no longer be tolerated. are placed on graves
From a recent communication There is no Insular feeling when
it is made I seriously suggest that Worrell,
clear that until we are reconciled Weeke*. Walcott, Marshall and *w,
to l*M f...! that the money is the Goddard should stand Arm to- ?fSSrSi, 1rfnJv>"i ,""
properly ..f the Board, and is now gether. let Mr Nunea come out of S ^SfitTK-^ k bI '' held in trust in Jamaica, that we his retirement, select his own JjJ? ?SVi^ h" ?**P hrought t
shall not receive a single penny team and make every effort to ren,-.-
"until there is a better under- achieve that happy union a..d co- wmvZ^Z*A-
standing of the position" To h- "
more specific until our ..tutud*
hBilges and we desist from gue.<-

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taMHa,
WI OFI'KK THK FINEST
MEATS
Lrss
'-'unea and II,. ..
II fail; I for the purpoae" ol
dear readr: r tlonlng the decisions of "the gen-
attantloa of the Westbury
Comewry ComniLsskoncrs wtki
a whieh"dld noi "eaacflky ^^"SSf n!$L~'? weffWt-w. **
ttrhaV disUnguish his best efforts . 19M ^S^l\&tS2RJZ ^kms
ERIC P'NISS. ^^" *? "estbury Ceme

ing of UUi
bald in
hmt '" -eding onwarda th.
lomlescitided to alloc.. :<
"" Ihmi < ;.. ihe foui pi im ipal .olom.-.
id It f..ii. i
to u-h u_s that the Ming seating a.,,
Dal grounds n
little llarUi :
*

i:ng the Liilil4 lu the iin.rui-l success of
Trinidad la October valuabU sarvicaa which ihiu gam- tita tour r^,-t>.i in ,T,mr*r *.-h|?h
. who have been choaen to
Ii best In the Inter-
hall not
D the spoils.
The time has assuredly come
| id his
stooges must be
that hoi
"ii no
?position la forthcoming to their
tad prank*, such
tery Act whereby a greater
meamre of control can be at-
Oraropa ta.ned In combatting this nuls-
To the Edilor. The vtdoocate UM, However. It Is to be regretted
Please allow me i i"E the West
Mr appearing In the Bar-
bados Advaeale of the Hal
under the caption
and subscriUvi i>% n i f
requested by this individual to
trie Cemetery
for tha coming festival of those
children who frequent there
I meterv should be
devoid of the elementary princi
I decency as to -nake neeos-
\ fdflc laws for the control
ractice
B A HUL1JM.
Superintsodt A, T
Waatbuor Cametary aoaad.
i
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Top Notch Bass
Mumni's Champs*""*
I.oui. Holders I na""1" ,
....... !' MenlM
IMllrh filn
Tuhitrc Br
Shoaldrr.
I'oekUII Sausaiea
TuHIr
1 SOUPS
isaasts
Tasjr ii,l, and Beef
_^Seot K.olh
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Osama
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,A1TP*T December m. )Ka
More Acres Will
iinHiims \d\-oc\tk
rrr five
yield 1951 Sugar Crop "fflST'
ACCORDING to returns received un r,m.Cen.u.Act. 19.17 (1937-7). ,he toS acrXe ^tJ"*" ReVlfted
JJbv plantations in 19S1 35.02072 acSea^lSi ,p"
gsS.M acres o( plant canes and awwtr^* Up '
Isll kinds The acreage to be reaped bv nSn,l.",00,U
1861 excels that of 1950 by 779 47 acr'e? tSr^,". .tal'"
% acre, of plant canes und an ,'ncr^e of fST
1s of ratoona. "*** "' '.WO 11
\,-,Irv Nomination
Day I* January 2
I ION DAY tor in,-
lite inland Is Used for
wjtgUy January 2. and rumoui
il&pl Uiere will be a rontost in
^,e of the parishes.
k
Si Mirhael. Mr J W
Hf'ii*.. etaatar TaikR t Coie-
.^e Street who was uniucces*
0K ue appealing to the el.
inle
t
Mr
HI..
oils must be
II...
Hunting
*ett of
newspaper will also
w leaking election. The names of
, proposing to content the
ggu of last year's Vestrymen ir.
Or various parishes are not yet
"fl^'per^.nnel of the lass Ves-
,-. van
ST. mi, 11 m ;
ur E D Mottley. MCI', Mr
. w Mlllei; Mr II A. Tudor;
L f C. Ooddard. Ml P 11,
, W A Chase; Mr F Mil)
cnamonds: Mr. A S Bryden
|CC Biowne; Mr B A.
WMlherheiKi: Hon. V C Gale.
RLC; Mr C. A. Ilraithwalle;
Hr A. R Toppin; Mr. D. G
twork (Jr.); Mr. T. Bowrlns;
yr E. F C Bethell, M.C P :
Ur J K C Grannum
CHRIST Cllt/RCII
Ur. G C Ward; Mr F c
fodd.nl; Mr C S McXenzn
y, H SI Ward; Hon'ble
i C. Glttens, M.L.C.; Mr C M
Onrton. Mr J. E. W.-l,-t,-i
Sir V W A Chase; Mr C D,
Btuifoid; Mr. G. C Aahb]
Hn. H. A Talma; Mr U. J.
Pinavlcino; Mr. Hugh Games;
||r A. M. Jones; Nfr C. Illll;
Hr M. E. R. Bourn,.
ST. PHILIP
Mr A. (J. F. Farmer; Mr.
D. D. Gamer. M.C.P ; Mr E. I.
:.. Mr T D Mayers; Mr.
I L. Moore; Mr. A. T. Skeete;
Mr R B Skeete; Mi II I.
Smith; Mr R. St c Weekes-
Mn F E Oaysh.
ST. i mi:
Mr. S A Walcott; Mr J H.
nUdnson. M.C.P.; Mr A L.
Jonun; Mi C. G. Masslah; Mr.
S. Masslah: Mr A. G Johnson;
Mr W. W Denny; Mr. E.
Haider; Mr. R s Bancroft; Mr.
D V. Webster.
ST. JOSEPH
Mr w it Coward; Mr. A. P.
Cox; Mr It W Carter; Mr I. I.
GUI; Mr. .1 A Haynes; Mr
I. E Smith, M.C.P.: Mr. G. R.
HtiUon; Mr C A Williams: Ml*
J Branch; Mr. W. I Gooding
Sk JOHN
Mr C. C Glreeiiidior, Mr
R. DeC. CTNeHle: Hon J D.
ChnnilUT. ML.C ; Hon. G D. L.
Pile. (U'.E. M.L.C.: Mr B. L.
Barrow: Mr F D C. Simpson.
Bar M. M. Greaves; Mr. E L.
Clsrse: Mr J. W Chandler
Mr N B Hov/ell
ST. PETER
Mr G. C. Gill: Mr C Thorn-
ton: Hr, T S Chandler; M
D E Corbln; Mr. C. H. P.
Gorton; Mr. P Whin-head: Mr
D. G. Bannister; Mr W .W
Bndshaw; Mr G. C Parrls:
Mr A A Gill
ST. bl'CY
Mr. J. E. T. Brancker, M.c I" ;
Mr. E. L. Word. MCI- M
E. L. Bannister. Mr. F. A
Greaves; Mr. W. L fjreavw;
Mr G G Harris; Mr K C
O'N.-i,],.; Mr W. H. Yearwood;
Mi I C. Sobers; Mr G Fitr G.
O-N.ml..
ST. THOMAS
Mr J Mahon; Mr. It I
Reeves; Mr K Sandlfnnl; Mr.
C M. Collins, Mr A E Cave;
Mr I. I) Gill; Mr J C,
Thome; Mr S A. Wolrott; Mr
W T Goodiog; Mr u A Wat-
soa.
ST. GEORGE
Hon. CD L. Pile, O.B.E.;
H.L.C.: Mr C. I. Scaly; Mr.
H A Dow ding, M.C.Pl; Mr
H H. Goring; Mr A. C. Gor-
Ini; Mr. M A Wilkinson; Mr
C. 1 B. Gill; Mr A. D Vleira;
Mr t. S. Robinson; Mr. R. E
King.
ST. ANDREW
Mr B. S. Wilkinson; Mr
J H Bovell; Mr McDonald
Chandler; Mr G L Farmer:
Mr D. A. Foster; Mr. E. D
Foster; Mr J A Haynes; Mr
W W Fomr; Mr. B. S
Vaughan: Mr. S. A. Worrell
Potatoes Arrive
OVER 200 crates and 550 bags
f potatoes arrived for Barbados
JJWerday among the cargo of the
Wlllnnslad which called from
Anuleidam and Hamburg
Other cargo arriving by her in-
*ated canned nsh. mackerel, ap-
gt sauce, confectionery, barley
*n*les hams, bacon, sultanas
roUaa oats, "Cyprus" wines, mar-
" vermouth. beer, safet:
Ranches, cognac and paper bags.
t------- -r-.
Tothei,,..,; sflUH,,,
dde?a^ "' '""'"'"'
ruTtU T"
'M.....
'
The iii,i ,.,.....
ll,_ 'T3000 tons of sugar Uu
SeStLtdJS^:iBnu'>- BStTc.
5-j5i'5a-ig
is liar\-esle extcUeni lainfull -onu,.,,,, ,,hi
"raB> total for Uv
month perio,! Januun
oer lso is Hpproxiit.atciv :2.b;
J" COBUMlCd wit]
inches for i he rorrcspondinv
penod for 1S49 It ls .,
uian Iheuver.tKe total fln
period ft.r the last )U0 y*
wa 55.0S mi li.
Overhaulini*
All the nigai (.,.
island art now ovotiu .1
rnadunery m pnparatioB for iin-
crop which is likeh to
next month
It is underst fhrlM Church, Foursquare In St
Philip r,l Spring Hall and Falr-
lleld in St LUO) tXpOCl to bogU
grmduiK >n January 8. while n
number of the oti*
hopmif bo start on .lain
Tin- 1 .nips are not
ripe at present, but thL> crop is P0
big that an early start is neces-
H tT bafOffl the rainy
MOB ix'Klns and capses the cane..
to rot
A detailed statement of the ucre-
UMI and ratoonr.
I,. tM harvest)-*! hy plailtdtions (Ol
over 10 aereo) In Ltao vartoux par-
ind durinstho 19SI
below
nothoi
Mi
t.f Ihr
op
134 Vaccinated
THE number of peopi
atcd in the island since the OBDV
mall pox oegan
was rapffTtrtl rottaitlaj' to be
4.411.
Heturn* at tin- t M.O's offlce
showed that 134 people were vac-
.
Michael yesterday r
also showed that 89 an
mated in St. George, and 0 in
r tt-ntn-s *'
Optnod in thoac parishes.
DM lirrdge Police P0 '
topped the St. Michael centres
wterday This contra got 3"
and next to it was '
Girls' School with 28. Queen's
Park received 22. the Parochial
Buildtnus 13. the C M.O's office 25
the Baby Creche at Eagle Ball B
and Carrtngton's Village. 2
W.C.C. DOUBLES
DONATIONS
THf itanoa bold by too Womonl
Canadian Club in February has
been so succesaful that the club
has been able to donate twice UM
mount U) UxoJ < barlUoa than they
have been able lu do ID '
The Club bOJ also made iU 1 rsl
ionoUoa of $100 to the y.wl.a.
Other charities receiveti the fol-
lowing, amounts:
K.riuly welfata LcMuc
H,V. OtHlHIll'- Ilu.lit.1*
Old Gentlemen' llutur
AHiiBii lion*
kim.nl tie l*til
llantanrt1!
- b
11.,M,.. 1. uu
Charliie*
Irtihwaiu 1
ll.edl-1 Chrme-
M Lrn..a som. I
S)l fraul ntl t Ambf H
CUh Bo*i' Fund
Ml nerRl" Bby Cre.hr
Uoudwlll l"e
gSfr~5S' Hon..
s! Philip Htto WelO.
M Ob
,n ".
,n >
. M
.!, I-I
ju 00
., -,
OB
I
M 00
M 00
: uo
so on
3U Ofl
W Wi
M 00
II M
40 0C
ultural
*t\ which w
ira uM whi.
rtor a lapor
-
hod
Thin- used t.

H. N I .
'Tain In a
health, atate thai Ita
m bom
Asked by the Ad day how the present Society came
into belnr Mr i*eacock said that
It had been brought to hts knowl-
edge that there was monev to tb,e
be defunct So
in one of the rltv banks, and that
the Interet an Hint inow
be used ' il OXhtbi*
ttem
A meet inn ol >> lMai|gaJ
' as held and the So-
1 I'lrnrporat-
"I III LooeoOh Imamc its presi-

uell Mrs
Ji.hn Wi lian 1 wm the tlrst hon-
0 1 'hat Mins
Enid Shi-ph.-id now tills
Petrol Knlion
I .,, 01 k. i-\|.lainiin! Why
boon lapses in holding
exhibitions: during the a
blamed it on the rattoulna of
i>ciio! Holdlni Li
calU work by members, and during
oould ;iot spare
. -o do that work. What
little they had was kept to run
buitnaaa
Than wen- also lapses during
man ol dnnighi whan Iha uaa oi
ELpa Mit.-i to) gardaninsj was for-
idditi. and Bownr rowers i-ould
not get the best out Of Uv
'
Now that '- rtortad
again. Mi LOBGOeh laid the So-
caaty win do its best to ' lhai
h<
Viva Special Prl*
at this atlOW, ..nri Up to now Mrs.
, b, Mi- W II Gran-
num and Capt E. A. Ciiaaa hav*
boon tin' most constant winners of
these prizes. Mrs. Lcacock held her
own in Classes I and I,
to growing plants in flower pots
.mi to cut Bowt
stiver cup pnoonfod hy Meatra
Kllilihts Ltd tO 1- '
private growera, moroht
inning the largest num-
ber of iioints in these two classes
wat won noil avarj
n 1937 to 1940.
Prom 1935 to 1937. Mrs. Gran-
num won the siiv.T Ha I
tented by the BrlUafa Carnation
1 the rompefltor submit-
tliiK the boat grown carnation
plant In flowoi Sbo iron it again
111 1940.
Orchid Chumpion
the aiknuwIcdKed local orchid
champion The aUvoi
senfd hy Messrs G. W Hutclun-
son fi Co., Ltd. for award to mem-
bers ol the Society winning most
all Orchid Shows
throughout the year was won by
Capl Chase tl st In 1939. and then
from 1942 to 1948 Ml* Chen-
en woo 11 twioo.
Anothei ipaclal pnrc is the

by the Royal HorUcultural Soclot)
to the exhibitor
artnnjnf the moal monay at Uwa>
Idbttton This enn '>m> i- ami
1
, Silver Cup presented
I si, .;, hn Wi IcUnfton when he
Of Barbados for
, rivals growen who are
DMrnba ol the Bodoty for the
Dta *on in Claases 5 and
6 Class B r orns and
I'laiit' in BOI
Wild Guesses, But
One Was Right
Mn
I'HAHI i .
St ThoiiikS was -hr subject oi 'l< .\d\ifale's
.
Johnaon ol Sutton
Barbados'
Sea-Bathing
Incomparable
EX-BANK MANAGER
AFTER I
sence.
-1 Lu Ruth
Michael
1 No for thai
1
UM i.i-igeii from a
I
Krigjanti
. nut poltt

Tii.' wrong gax
1 H Wilkin-
M ' P The Karl of Athtone
was anaOthar popuiur guess and
this line of thought was prob-
ably responsible for some guesae*
'hat placed the picture as "Sir
Ronald Trio" and Anthony Eden
Unvernon had their *h
It M Watson.
ho opened the Barbados bram > -^vernon had their srare ..
f UM Canaoian Bank of Con rt*! A1!1 Sir Charle-
W.-llrv. K.C.M G and "Gov
! t-rnor Blood" had baOBl
weHl. One that was haidl'
1. I9S0. has returned
Barbados for a hallrJa]
Mr Watson was manager ...
the Barbados branch until 19211 g0"*"' S*,?,? Th* Ut* S"
left to take up an '"*"?" ^SS"1" .
appointment a. man-, 3 thej The HorthW-W \ IlustarnanV
nd has atnoo then lainod n C.
Portier. Ltd dtstrlbutOl
11 1 >rpni-nted
in Canada.
leaving Burba* i>
' part of

"and I have
in Italy
.out Ofhaa famous liathiiiK places
but I havi- found nothlni
liiire with thn
boOkoj bkCUrUoa of Barbados"
Mr Watson said that than II
evidence of umiIitiiM. prufrnai
In n*nty-flva yaan Botti
wan being paid nnd the peas-
ants' houses were UdaM
Mr Watson is fathe:
L A. Williams and his wife and
'
. home of Ml
A William.
He in vod hen- on
n 1 -. ad v- in tie
middle Of Kel.niaiy ..f next vpr
during Mi
he Is now six >
.11 barge ol the textile
labu atoi of .1 Canadian Rrro
Mi wot that than
should in- .1 future fo
Ha wai
certain that
more trade bOtWI
1 wai w
ould
should be ihlppad '. Dalglani
fnrn the Waal Indie, end then..
tO < ':in,iili Then- wen tOSUl
with thi
' the T r..\ 1
to Canada and Other business
llrertlv as
well
ah Mi
neajerti
7V.>. Charity
Group Semis
$19200 far Poor
THE I'NITED MOOHH I

cmsldered the needy b)
them $1,200 111 local i il
The money was sent
W. Harvey Read. WtM will .1.--
tribute it 1. >
pariah wOl aftai
For its own 'h-inim!.
1
laiKc gifts of elothea, rood am
A few months ago If

I
I ...ui a visit i" Barbados^hi>
homelandand In :'
matter of then ,-
mi {Mr4>**iinq\ fa1 mam
\
H JASON JONtS & CO. LTD.-Distributors
i PURINA CHOWS
\MMMMMMMMMMMMMM1M
For that rich
savoury flavour!
T"
111: hhm. kisii
ule Dr H
A P Con and Mi
.1 a of tho *Baj Ltai
A guess that was perhaps the
Inn the
cornpatlUun started wii> one who
ITUHBO tlie man in M .
Kaili.-r n,' in.- One that .-er-
tainly ran this .1 very k lose second

Karlnff"
Sir Bdward Cui
Ad man" names f
lerlnltaly
Ihli Toui 1 hm 1" competition
remarkable for some "t "
.nesses submitted to da'e

Uarge
catches of flying fish wen
Maikci
Wednesday and
night people 01 aid till
arm thali pnpai
Bah
Tl-.e var
1.lso did
bouKht then quant ItM
lb



pirr: ritA* ks .,
* dun
,iii
A few
.t si Andren 11 U
start la*
WILLS ADMITTED
TO PROSATE
His Honour the Chief JudgJB, Ml
.I, mute in the Court of
Ordinary yaatardao adnuttod '*>
probate the wills of the following:
Robert Richard Edgccumtv
Chellcnor late of St. Joseph. Alex-
Five Monlli- For
Sheep Stealing
A foit> 1 labourer,
I ;.i.d,i Haynai ol Parrli Gap, Bl
tfli h...-i.
by His toi ihip Ml E \ aft
i-eod. 1'oine Magiatnta
"A", to live months .mpnaonrnenl
with hard labour.
Haynes wax found guilt] of the,
i a sheep the EN ,
K.ntha Kami lueii at M
The offence wai eonunlttod an
1 hwarnbar is.
Haynes has four pun I
victioni km Uuoanj and
1 tie was sentenced to 12
montha1 impMsoiiinent with hard
labour by Mr. H. A. Talma for
, Raleigh ineycie belong-
thUT Eastmund.
Filled hr Bodily lliirm
A inn- of $720 was Imp 1 I
1 Miiijouine Hnrding -' V
labourer of Ford (lap, Britton Hill
:,-. HJi W,.i hip Ml H. A. Talma
(Ol inllntiint bodily
I1.111U mi < .Hi Thompson
rfovambai I
/.V./7.T Bugs Of
Flour tdmWtkmi
YESTERDAY
\ uppl) of i:t.i :n baga of lloui

9 Mormacland broughl
he upph hrom
I s Vari
\mhrrsi :t.nou bafi Itom Ma*
Vo|k
u an Ivtng b) the Pert
Viiiln-rsi
A s Bryden ft Sons Ltd. while
Morm^ilaiid-
Son A Co.
.. neraJ tradai Ltd
bait 1 horn Ltd.. Mesers
Kmch Ltd
AS !' Ltd
1 IVlng horn '
Marm 1 '
s p Mu
Middlings

broughl
I he Porl Asnhrrht'H '.In-i Ml
iltad Bah
St I. 'in Newfoundland.
fi ooa '!' in
. rial il at
[fan \
M or mac Und
.inn-i Hm Moon Mi Iw nstvah
boaa Loeal aaentf,
are Mei^ 't M Jones A- O0
Ltd s S Port Amhenl ol
th.- Purnaai Withy Una Hei
agents h.--. Da Coats
I Id
far s Graham s Qap

as Bc-kles Oa| H r Hill The
i
nv ST. JOHN Baptist Churc*
.-ill hold thi
-
.t o'dooh on Sunda]
Hie prog) ai
be Sn H Monk \ Baw .. Ma*
Heaven '
a ill take (.ai1
rKl HI MU
It.
Make that stew really tasty
with lust a little Warmitc
Make it Mtt'r lor you loo
Marmite Oaastttfsl the H2
I ii.;",mis that huiLi up
hcjitii tfsd resistance to
illness 1 Ii.n artr* irt vo
good tor cvcrvoTi;- on hrcJi
arn.1 butter ->: 1:
wkfaOB. V011 .. r. do so
much with Murmiic in
sourw, gravies, sauces and
savoury Jishes and Marmite
Joes -* much 1 or kooJ cookini;
MARMITE
The Vitamin 8 Yeast Food
Made it England
under Wickham late of St.
Mi. hurl, and .lames Al
of SI Mk
AJao adiiutieii to prohnto was
the codicil of the will of Ernest
Walter Williams. late of i
Mlchaal.
4 "CINDERELLA
SHOWS A DAY
t'INDEKKLLA" OfasOSNI it UM
Brtdjotown Plaza

waa at 9.30
a.m. followe.i iy others at 1.30.
i a.30 p.m.
The IhenLre anal pckc\i at ail
i. nt I lit .i tii and 1.30
pin tho crowd eras.
Idran whlla adufl
udlenci altandi ,
B N p.m
Mi il it Edward)
,,! the Brtdajatown Plaia u Id baa
lataoaasa yaatardaj thai
, |
ihOWS 'o I day. was
The) no "OtU Very Owr
at ihna
day.
n.....i
i'
.1st.-i.i thai
The Coooanut On
,e not rat
i Mds Jamegjad

Road
A3: ( .-.i.lhKk Rl MUM i:

tho Hanapliinn

month, Thi- ep n I
bj w i..... h
Eaki.v yeotai (.

st Philip ind
ripe cm
bclont, to 'hr Qovi

new Chalks
old lb

be Heed
niustei. Ml E. T rfoj
1
and dlatributad Uv
i
PI \N I I IIS

were all ptaoaad with
the
sehraeasa

hai it wo flood to
the croi
, acting to
tart grinding h

The roLLOwmo purn a
S hool. P
i hi i.....g Pltn
..
,ntite i g Godda i il Deane,
E Todd. ,i Vritkia, Rubj Corbin.
i Thoo
B. Deane. .1 '
Plaid
-l S.hi
WE ARE NOW ASSEMBLING
100 HIIMBER CYCLES
atnl ah
ibipine
-.1 ordeca tolfUlnf nenrly
SIMMAKV
OF ACREAGES OP CANE TO BE HARVESTED IN 1951 EftOM IIOLIllNtiS <;KEATER THAN 1> ACRES
St Michael
Christ Church
St John
St. Philip
St. Joseph
St. Andrew
fit. Lucy
St Peter
It James
at Qoorga
St Thomas
cenlaijcs oj loial ac-aw
Plant Canes
Fitst Hatoons
Second Ratoons
Third Ral
Four'h Ratoons
2?h.lSSSlhh Eighth H-.....
Photo Exhibition Extended One Week
tcrday.
The Bshibltlon wbii
j couple of weeks ago. Will do
on January ft. 1951, instead
rOfLL HE DEIJVHTKU
THE NEW
CX.
WMTH
L.E. 200
VELOCE
WATER COOLED
Dial:
HARDY ZULUS
I
:,. hi'
porting Hi
had
Providini
Zulu w,i
i,.ti,.i
., 'i'i i
Hobnailed n-oUi lor
So highly ii Ihc HUMBER" cutcamed in
England thai the Makers have, by Royal
Warrant, been ippointod
CTCll MAKERS TO H. \I. THE KIM
IIIMUKK n: i ai...'. -'
the name-plate
NO "I Mi:n i Vi I I. CARBIBS nils
I?-
HALL HARK OF Q U A I. I T Y I'HK
: [i '. hi >Vrl FCH PLACBS
.III: HUM1ER" N L an
1TB1 l.r
"CI
bo Don't Wait
BOOK YOLKS TO-DAY
AND REMEMBER IIS
HARRISON'S s HUMBERS
HEY ,t -
Itfikon dial
Celebrate
Old Year's
Night in Style
THE MOTOR CVCLE MARVE
HANDSTXRTED
SHAFT DRIVEN
M.R SIMPLICITY KC..M.MY...OMM.RT
AND POWER Choos* - -
VELCKETTK
CeOsTESV f-AHAfiK
ROBERT T.K.M LTD.. Whit. l"..rk K.I.
FDH YOUII MAKE-LI' I'SK
ARDENS I l.l-ANSIM. I REAM
VELVA CREAM MASQUE
SKIN
ANTi-'.viiiNK!.;; rnavm
nosh
hand 1/jtion
special eyf. cream
i'l.tra amoretta c11ea.m
.-S NKIIIT ft DAY BRII.l.l \N
ENCIL ,'
lipstick ;;
KNKiHIS l.l. I'lHwniv & (ily Pkaraary
Yhead all i.llu-rv in
(JL'ALITY
\\ .lilnblf in .
own I'MtK
STYI.
$6.67 & $7.47


BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER .u,
HH
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
"~
CANT 3 _..----- -."Cv\C
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--

:

-
THE LONE RANGER
"***.
1f WHAT MADE -
t ii .' ". >. WAS SO
"7 HUNGffV ?
< i*
Y- \
BY FRANK STRIKER
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> ..
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS

I
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S ICO ARC -Mff OKjOO -
H-BE'6 THE TE*J COLL A*?*
1AJ LfcFT OJ THE TAafc-E -
rr uew unc*?*? a oe-** ^
nc NEXT POfX'
TVtAT fXTRAtgOE--
TM6S6 ABE TEN 0*S
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TEN-DCXLAW Bt-L *'
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LAfiT TiMC I
=OMD A TEN-
tAXLAV
'..= man ft -..-
t.-v.i- a-,, CHN
CA.Y TE^J OXLAWS. I _"SE NOTES A-.B A-V PFCOBRTY' KEEP VOuQ
BY ALEX RAYMOND
notbson btsone:
o
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THE PHANTOM
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I ftW*rY
wONT BE BGSED ^W3fi8V*,t
WTH MV TAUT,
fILMJ, unat
ANDTWS^fWERE HON0&P1C
16 MV NIECE S. HAVE YOU HERE,
PIANA PA1MEPJ MKC MWEK THE
WARPEN. f-> MENAEaOIN6-
JN1611*A*MBlV
BY LEE FALK a RAY MOORES
1*1*01 *W COME MML WITH N
IfOR VOKI'V MOVIE*. I SEEN HER
ffrWYSXYlAHWEJlEAaSEr NOW-
WE Wi/TVIFONLV 1M8E1 THE
' /** a..,r;---------*
hristian Srirn.r
ICt-ading !!imm
'WlK ,
Houn. .
'TMIETR rood Inoks tell you they're/< *f r.>fc.
1 on know, too, when you look at the price
tK- <'al >" '"n*! ft liner value. Illustrated
i- .i Ian Oxford hoe for Bova and Youth*.
Tied in every pair i the John White Guaran-
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ELECTRICAL
NOTICK
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Civil Service bim ation--Extensive 0rde
Vlulfi-S"0 Gr'd* S">">.U'> "1 be held .1 Combertnexe
!2 iSSLf hour' 8 *m 'nd *
Wednesday. 3rd January. I5!
Thursday. 41h January, 1951
Friday, 5th January, 1*31
Saturday. Uh January, IBM.
,_ J' r**,1**<1 I1"' rie ' 'I" Government Departments,
noticeably. Saving Bank, Treasury. PoM Offlce and CuMoms, will be
wondnf under didlculties durini the periods in which the Examlna-
on is bam held and the co-operation of the Public is asked in m-
nuclnj M i.r possible the demands lor service that may be made
on these Departments dunn, the periods U. auction
2S.ia.50 Jn.
BRITISH PROPERTY RK.HTS AM) INTERESTS IN
YUGOSLAVIA AND CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Any British subject who is entitled to claim in respect ol either
I the above and has not >,-i submitted his or ner claim Ih.
hereby required to furnish The Custodian ol Enemy Propcrl>, the
Public Buildings, Bridgetown, with list or sehtdnll in duplicate
showing:
(a) Name and address of Claimant.
(b) Brief particulars and Batten .1 .t.im
(c) Estimated amount o( claim.
...nvhip u c L'liilr.l Kinndoni and
monweallh) u( claimant.
2. Claims must be received by ihc CUaBttSafl ,.l Km-im Property
not later lhan 15th January. 1951.
22 Hirlhhg Vkkm
Believed Drowiied
BAUUW
Mkan ^ii
now bellrvM -> hsva ;.
c,l whm HM DMMHp<
Mri was *rwk*d in
1 the entrance* of TM
bour 180 miles southeast of Au. -.
land on Thursday rTtfting
Thirteen bodie* . fw
have been I the Bin
people still missing are believen
drowned Onl> n
reported.
HELIGOLAND INVASION'
| A party ol eiglv

.tiui who ear-
vaded" the North Sea Island to

Rrulrr
SHIPPING NOTICES
w milllpa Radio IMS. Conmla inoato.
,iui -lllh P""*-"P For furthrT
"suhil Phon 3tM. 2BH.W 3i.
"tSlVoT Wr.linal.o. RWnttri ..!..
ColS^ot R*lrlt4ilur. ill Blw
I.M ad Co">pt>r Owen T Alldr.
,^rt SH-t Dial 3389
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Pltchrr e
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office at
FURNITURE
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OaM Now *nd Socond hand
.. Urd*r< rrom SIS. Wa-daiand. lo
nutir OB. Mahosmny V.miiin SHS .
haSal DfosliiS Table* S30; Mnhm.nr
HM Table) from MS; M-hoiiiii.
^in fu pair. Bitch SIS. Alto Iota ol
I*- ramlturo. I" exceltenl condlii.n
mm BKARDS Showrotima. H-rd-
Thii.adaj, 41h January
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11 H'r. will m n A I .
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noVAL BARBADOS YACHT CLUB
t bhiicb laEwis.
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LIVESTOCK
OTT-One Grided Guert>.*v Cow
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Bridget""
MISCELLANEOUS
on To Co Hoc
9mU On* copy of
-rKi> u>t neai ly "oo
VWuaw I and II -f tiie I
Aasty I C. Millar c o A
Broad 3l
re'a Gallrn.
x BnTie. X
m its -ft
CAM.TON PIANOS Tryplcallaed
almjaU*.v in Colour The Modern Diet.
30 IJ.503n
CrTLON FTBRXFm- quality Caflon
rtbrt ]ait roeelved. TtiU ribro I- clean.
at ind aprlncy Price 14 conta per
Mad. Dial 4SB. 0. W. HutctUiiaon a.
Oa, Ltd. lB.l.S0-t( n.
CANDY FLOfT UACHINK Ban to
nxk Good prant Can be vecn al
htph Beard'* Showroom, Hardwood
.UJry. Phone 4SU sa.U.SO- In
HIAUOND n*nriv Sloe* Id ct.
tuid Tiffany aaWng. Wm D Rlcharda *
. Mr Grejor Street. :!0.12. 2"
DsmL ENGINE - 1 fl p
:.*ibinal V*rteal Heavy Oil Engln* alao
"-ier Pump 4 Inch SucUon. at Ralph
BMrd'. Showroom.. Ht.rd*'>l Alley.
Utl PO -"
DfUSSis Ladiea* Prettv Collon
Dretaea All Fast Colours >t>uu and
fl each The Modern Dresa Shoppa.
SO 12.90- 3n
DOGS for hatchlnf Ctom While
Leftotnt ind Imported White Wyaitdolta
Ck" fertility guaranteed. 10 p*'
Dial 33M. 30 13*0 Jn
0AL BASRA DO a. YACHT 11.1'B
NOTICB
Mernbar- aro .^^ to no ,h>,
onrhlna; apac* for Car. on New Vrarl
ev* I- very limited, no Chauffeur Mm
Cars will be allowed to park
By order of.
The Commute* of Management.
T RRfCi: i.*;wis
Munager A Se.retBr^
13 s ,in
NOTICE
aasaM af
APPOINTMENTS IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE
Applications art inviU'd Fran nsta cmdUmim onlj for iiencal
appointments in the Public BbV-vIm
2. Appointments will be made subi.i' la ttM -ik-cted candidates
M*d .is mcduallv :it f,,i ,'inplovnu-m in Ih. PUbUt S<-ivu.',
and will be on two ymnf probation The minimum educational
standard which will ba aecaptad is a pass in the Cambridge Local
School (:. ImiUi ix.irTuii.iiuin oi aqulvalMkl standard.
Aiapaseanta BteaUl Im aol kaiii tlvu :~ and not notw than 21 years of
age.
3. The salai'. pointBNBti la ) Hw ratt of $480
per annum for the first \*- \<:,<<. than ..i the nta >>f $624 ih-t ..iinuin
rtaaBg by annual uacrarnanta ol ^t^ to $9\'Z pa ajuiurn, and
annual mucmcnls of $"2 to tl,T78 pa* annum, ami Ihciraftfi. -.ubject
to the passing ol a aacood ell || Ihc late of $1,872 by
annual increments uf $96 to $2,160 per annum
4. Applications snnuld I* made on forms obtainable from the
Colonial Secretary's Ottca and must be returned nol later than 4 p.m.
Monday the 15th of January.
29th December. 30 12 50Sn.
GOOD START
K1VKKPOH 1. N S
Lobster Ushermeo report BOO*1
catches s'li.i
season Dec. 1. The hrst few da\i
were exceptionally good and witl
favourable weather boau averaged
about 200 lobsters tea
winds and heavy ltM
this yield.stP>
BANNED GOODS
rHANKFltRT iv.
The Marshall Plan countrti
u'ciu-iniK West OarmarQ
studving pn'poiw
lists of banned strategic goo-L*
that if approve-!i
step forward" In eiuii: .
of illegal exports to bat Buropo
Allied oflW i re to-dao
Krutrr
BUSY NORWAY
Norway has a
shortage Al 'li-
ber. Norwegian state BHiployment
agencies lapoftaxl UOQ more m
ihar il Ih* '!'"' nW
in 1949 725,000 TON AID
WASHINGTON, Dec. ^9
The United a>wiea has
more than 72S.OOO tons of 'iiilitary
equlpmer-- ations this
>ear unu-: i| Patonca
M n a p>.
HaAatq Scott said today.
Parata shared II
tons and 60.000 tons wem
lhillppine# Reater.
TIMES HAVE CHANGED
JOHN8TI rtH N w
William Williams. 8fi. 19
tiring hi >''
in thiv Viiln (ftboOl Ihne
., pint, TiKtay the same
.lilllnc.
sixpence EQUINE THIEVERY
LONDON
i r e u s ponj
.
hand she tout
aj ana missing Iran
I ";>i sfaUoi
' when I

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"Nt*MI I -1TI1* I.I A M<"
MALAMll UOIB LIMIT* n
HI -TONUAH1HO la eh*dul*d to
jil AdeUld* ISSastVjl Mb, Mrlttourne
Tanuarf ISUi. IkrUIMn* January nth.
Sydnay February Tth Arrletng al Ttl-
mdad Ant Kalf ISarch. ItSl iu.r-*"
Mid M.rvh HI
I haa ample apae foe H>'d
r)oan and Oener..
Carga aeeepsed on Uuwua* UUU of
lading wUfa tranahlpananl al Trl.adasS
for Urn 1.1. Oulan*. Barbadoa. Wlnd-
ward and Leenard li.nd
For luriner pa.rtK-.ilar>
Vt'KNTSBS, W1THV Si COMPANY
UMTTKD
Tr'nkUd.
Si DA COSTA i
Ltd.,
Daararood" will
B.W.1 SCHOONtlt OWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION. IM.
Telephoa**: 4*41
HARRISON LENE
OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
W<*-| Krm-i leaves
ss IIKFENOEH" u.iMlun 7th lie.-
-- COLONIAL" .. r.lasjow Mi Dm
ss "INVKNTOH" Uvrrpool IMh Dae.
S S Mi-I.I1K.HRY IIIIJ.' U.ndon 23m Oeo.
SS "INTSRPR1 Liverpool Mth Dafr
Due
DaraaiM
3lst Dee.
5th Dee.
^4th Dec.
tKh Jan.
7th Jan.
l'OMEWARD TOR THE UNITED KIM0D01
\- -ssel
"3PSCIALIST
For
London
Closes in Barbados
5lh Jan
for farther informallon applr lo - -
DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.
-Agenita
W /Hcoa, &"*"tip Co-
uii:it>iv luattflod
pan
RMSIIHI BATR1A BUBTON
d***aa*S
IST-'ri M TOERZBY GIVEN that al)
prr - liaviiui any debt or claim
-saiJ.i or affactlnc ih* ftn.te 0t
Kf ling aathlB Rurlon decmawl. lat*
r tt ., aariah of Saint Michael m thi.
Jslsii'l n<| fu marly <>f ui,. United
tr of Amartea who died In thi*
Island on tan UMh day of June, 1*47.
re hereby raquinsd to anxl in par-
iltnilara of Oaatr clalmi. duly atteaaed.
10 UM isSnaagiied Timothy Theophllur
Kradbr*. th* Public TrustM of the
l*land of Barbados Public Build Ins..
Bridgetown on or before the Srd dav
January 1SS1. after which dale I ahi.l
K-eed to dl'tribute Uie oaacta of the
:eea*d among- tke partlei entitled
thereto having regard only to aueh
claim, of which t ahall then have had
notice -nd I will not be liable for the
aauta or any part thereof mi dlatnbuted
ay person or person* if whoa* debt
lalm 1 aball not then h.ive had
ull..
nil per*eoa indebted 1
are requeeted to
without delay.
IH sM
'..,
'I,,:
Dated thi* lTtb day of Noeember. law
T. T. HCADL.EY.
Public Trotee
Kaecutor of the Will of
Emmelliie Belhla Bin ton. 11.tI.M- 4n
OlaASS- Toarkle Glaei and refulai
Bails gtaai to ail all needs, available
aaw Wa Npftly '." Plate Olaaa tor
Smr eaaat and also extra large pane*
B to ** inch thick DUI 4SS>. O. W.
Huwtuneoo Si Co. Ltd. IS.ia.W-t.fn
LADIES: Kti.lJiuioered Anglalse In
tsu^Ofui ileugiu and colours ]ti*t open-
si Ma for you Vaal Ifa at THAN is
Fl t Henry st Dial 3408 and Swan
laVliiln tin
NOTICE
Wo brg to notlf-
-r -ill be cloaed for Stuck-Ui
TueadA' 2nd January mil
notice. Wm. D. Itlcharda &
Crefor Strt't.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Apph.-.ii.i.ii.v an mviit'ti tinin lasMhcri and
(i>i tha (ollcwiiiK varantu's: .
St. Luejr'i r.iris' SriKH.i
St. afitthtai Boyi School (nson sjad sroi
I Hill CJiil* School
Holy Trinity Boy.s' SefWOl (man .ind women)
St. Saviour's Boys' School (men and women)
St. Catherine' Mix.-ct School (men and women)
2. The minimum qusdlftctfloil (Ot .ntrv lo thfl IfMCfalnfj SOrvaM
is :, SchOOi C'urlHUulf
3. Appllcaliuns must In suhniittfd mi ihf appropriate forms
(E. 35 (b) for men and E. 35 hi for women) which muy be nuiunied
from the Department >( Muoattoa, hut candidates who have already
submitted one of thi n raapacl of previous vacancies (now
tilled) mav apply by letter aecompained by .t rocotll u^'amunial.
3. Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the stall of another
school must inform his or her present Chairman of Managers and
the Head Teaihei 01 any application for such a transfer
5. AU applications must be enclosed In envelopes marked
"/.p-poinrmcnts Board" in the top left hand corner and must reach
the Department of Education by Saturday, tlth January, 1951
23rd December. 1950. 30. 12.SO3n.
\wiial ii/\\i:r.
ui
In
mi a a|n win um
NIOUTKNC.AI.V.
A t C 1-UB W 1 LLO W,
Passage Rood
On New Year's Night.
1 \M \KY 1st. 1951
Admission.
(.mis I LMsta I
by the Bin-

Bar Solid
USE
RAZOL
, -IvBVltl
tlvea Ilarbeuoa 111b Ueeember.
> lUibadoa ut January.
A Steamer
NEW OBIFAKS 1 1 > 11 1
Ird Novaeaberarrlee* lUrbado. Tth December.
I. iv-.mber -arnee. IUrl>edoa Hit December
IM Deeeeabci-.m- paetiaiq. eW. Jantiary.
ih January- in ivea lUrbado* 17th January
lANMUAN SDIVICT:
IIINOI ID
alula, carl and Itsm
wSar. DUI 403B Sherbourn
a R Rtthaol
in wuikliK
Two Mile
30.'B.SlV-4n
MUIX TRUCKS
Trucks, one double.
.*inteq. apare wh.
i*racu. St Ceoru.
S alnila Mule
s BugaV, newly
O- A. Clarke.
.ia.503n.
Oammm of all description. ADpl>
^n T. Allder Hnebuck Street Dial
M 30.12-SO-ln
"SXHANDrr neodlea for vour record
raise, and needle, of all klnda. Price
'" Record, ol ull kinds too. A.
"arms a co.. ltd. 21.1a.ao- < '"
"LASTIC RAINCOATS Foi I.i.l.- 1 d
Chlkk-an Maite, green, blue and
fast, Km and It SO each. The Modei"
i*m l-lppe M IBM IB
OUEEN'i, COLLEGE
ii!iin".i mil v BARBADOn B.W.I.
The Governors of Queen' Coilegi
In. He APPI-tCATIONS for Ihe po.1 of
HRADMlSTRXaS. whaeh will become
vacant In December ISM. The lie*
Headmlitre* will be required lo take
up Ihe appointment on IM Septcmbei
!BS1. Queen's College la a day .econdsr-
ichool with M0 girls on Ihe toll, and u
aided by Government fund*. The school
I haa a good record for rholatihlp and
games and has a flourishing Girl Giude
I Company. Slsih Form woik reaches a
high .tandard: one WhoUrshlp and two
eshlblllon. were gained to UniveraJtle* to)
IBM. There li also a Preparatory Depart-
meat.
The He.dmt.irei* who ihould poesea*
a good Honour. Degree of a Brltiui
Unlverally and a Teacher* Diploma or
CerthVate will be required lo devote
her whole lime to Ihe achool ^d
promote out.of-claaa aellviliea. The
aalarv offered I. "O0 per ..innnn. B
percenl of which 1* deducted aa rent
for Ut* unfurnliJied teaidence in tn>
hool gnjundi which 1a provided loi
M me of the Headmutreu. Thr
lteadmliUeu la not a Civil Servant,
but service U pen.ionable undr-
Teachers' Pension Act. No
ttons are payable but the
qualifying period la ten years. *v'
at Qutan's College la counted s*
qualllylng under Uie tftitfUh Teacber.
Suptrannuation Acl-
Pa-ige rspenaaa
xceedlng 200 Will
,pproprlate vouchar.
VEGBTABLJE GARDEN EQUIPMENT
r.n siui. pump and lunks. Also g-l-
"iUad piping and mesh wire sn good
'xdltaui. Dial *038 Sherbourne. Twc
W 1* Rill, St Michael 30.12 SB-
W. sMH#
HELP
-AVTTD IktBIXDLATBLV Compel
' RSRaavsssben niafaislilj ">.i> -
^cr in ConiniiMion Aaency buainr-*
ABaV In parson Room 304 Plantation
- Buudtng belween I ml 11 ni
SB.1J.IW
COOK a good experienced Cook.
*fH> Comunt Eaialr. SI. George
JO. a.- ari
MlSCKl-LaYNEOUS

*f* frefaered. No m
2* be m good condltk
'"^rt IUB am
Singer ha no
itter affe bul
I Phone 3X
38.U.SO 3"
>*" to purchase
tr/""-" O1 ell deacriptioi;.
*"*- laaBHseli liraei Dial
roniribu-
lo Barbadoi not
be paid agalna1
. A lerm'* Ion,
,, tki i- yean 01
irqucal bl up to the present no pag-
n^ns> U gv-ltabto tor taave.
Applicant, should forward
mant to ihe Secretary. Go
t,uOen*a College
Education. Th- '
BlaBB
nlng Body
Department o
Qarrlaon nol later Uwi
Slat January. 1SSI. Slvlng Ihe follow-
lug partlcutara;
Data and place of blrtn.
a Sjr.ZrVnisu\y aitended
3 Begree. giving a>ib>ecU and clas.
* C.fSd m. *mm
Teacher- Diploma or l.ertinc-u
1 Teaching eaperleoce mm aaie
Mid position, held.
! K&st& iSm- "
tits.
. OBin't record. ..... .
9 Admlalslnllv. rnnej I ">
?a ',.'. 00......-Hiiica;
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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Wesley Hall Girls' SchoolSt. Michael.
attorn ..... lOeitCd (Or UW Headship Of tha Wesley Hall
Girls' School from ttft In 1 iVOsTion) >Mih at least 10 years' teaching
i-xpern'iiif The minimum professional quallllcation requirert is Ukt
CiTtnkate A of the Dcp.iitimiii m i-xemption therefrnnv
Salary will U ,.t:hm'ii1 Scale for Head
Teachers in Grade II EU-nu'iitary Schools.
Candidates who haw alttartj submitted application forms in re-
spect of previous vacancies (now tilled) may apply by letter, accom-
panied by a recent testimonial All other candidates should make
application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from
the Department of Education. All applications must be enclosed In
envelopes marked "AfQMtit' -newts Hoard" in the top left hand corner
and must reach the Dep .ment of Education by Saturday. 6th Janu-
ary, 1951.
23rd December. 1950. 30.12 503n.
VACANCIES FOR POSTS OF SENIOR MASTERS,
GRAMMAR SCHOOL, DOMINICA
APPLICATIONS are invited for two vacant po.its of Senior Mas-
ter, Dominica Grammar School. The school roll at present numbers
150, and courses will be olfercd up to the Higher School Certificate
Kx.imni.itioii of C.imbridgc University.
2. Qua lift cations. Applicants for these two posts should hold
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HARHADOS .I>WH 111
SATTKI\V. |>|( | HBI
Stop This Disgrace
In The Boxing Game
NOBODY can hurt Ix an
has sumved since firsl i e !
champion, in 1719.
Not evan
guch as Dr Edith Sumnici. I
the senselF5 atrictUTW i
who try to label it as "lei
murder.1' can itrangle thli
of all iporn
But the people in the garni "
can kill it How they can! Ard
of all the regrettable things l"\e
red recentlv on boxing, the itat* -
mtnt I president of the Interr.
Boxing Club Amen
promotional outfit- -U the mo41
damaging I h
MM*
Mr, Nen
Upanltw
out of wheat, und thi* la
ment he has Issued about J<
Louis' comeback campaign. W
comments are in KgU
"Joe Loul: H fighting becau:
he wi.nl- U) liiiht "
lAbtoluir yihoorish. Joe Louis
f'-rauf km rtiN aw
I of rjottart to tl
To- amhormei and I
on hiimiura'ilr plliyj
I
Into the ring"
(Nn pressure g|
The pre -
urt o/ taotaa to ">akp money Ii
pay our deolsj
"Hi ratl thai Hie ring is h

make Uvtl
past Ne.
manager. Marshall Mile*, has h
Kg bo eo
11nue as a fighter "
fTiic Ml about Martha
certolnli* fruc hV'tanl
Wnl rr This
Mr Nnrn- h;i* rut finished
ann
for this oM
"There hj
L-ui> 01 the i h c lo delude i
public Into I I nil i -
turn to the huh "
heron- Stl
(Thru what ha
of puiiuMi Latrii id fin ring
M KWI ml 'fill foe Lotttl '"
to produce "heroic tfrugoli I
*r*l| ninHN I" Mr Norr
lo ohOW n r> f r...
tfkna Hm il>f. for tl |
the si: |

He praggni
former champion, and
more "
Ifttim iurh inn.i
Louli n foi boxing
earned but
more monad
than am ath i
Thai i" houM no*
in it. It
tad a British heav\
fisdci (itilAott
helrrxr* that Loving'* bli-
ret gflMgaJgffj are the p<-|*tY
in It. Hr here point* to ih.-
rvpl,.iUlin ol iniilrmanls
Joe Louis:
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weight
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Why Jack Holden
Runs The Marathon
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kg Ih^mi made. It appc.u
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runnar, "(i hlaattitude in particular and the Mulish attitude
in general tow | .
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the non
ue ol
ni gang, clone to m\
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High Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Women
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King ma i
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