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*ACE tu.ur BARBADOS ADVOCATf. SATURDAY. JANtABt , MT ENGLAND LOSE FIVE FOR 211 US 3RD TEST MILLER (HTS'lAmiNG ifnmi *>lir Owl t orrc-pwiidrnt) LONDON. Jan. 5. England baiting on .. pel fact wickei scored 211 runs for live wicket* when the Third Test with Australia began at Sydnev ti-da> The score would have been much larger but foi one gjrcal ovei bj Keith Miller, Australia a may nlHcent ajl-rounder. -n which he captured the wicketi •>' Huttnn and Compton without conceding a run. It was Comptoo*a aeoond auccesslve teal matcl agaainet Aaiatralia and a bad blow for England Once *4>ii. Skiii* %  '" ..i\ed %  ilii' 1 inafnga iu.it •/hen hi> -.he* might bi rattled out and he %  %  %  •.mftrr A Wding to -... >..: %  r critic*. 1 "' i eafl al teaet But daaplte Brown u wos-i hpajMaia of Mi' oa.v undoubtedly went '•" Nt, ll-i Fw hende hU magnificent iwcr wilien V nJJanirtwo beat haismcn. q*> ito bowled Si' I rtach iaw I 5 etc at nereoca toai of only t* run*. AIHI I>'V>-", v he had made %  P I • %  -' %  ,, :•. .--. i t i%  i % %  %  %  %  %  have been luflkienl torn i %  i. uttouatj But Brown ho can i Parklw..w decided to lake Inluck m hi< hand* an< How The 2nd Test Was Won And Lost \uslntliu Wo/i liy 28 Rum I.indwall 20 Pmkhouw rds from the bat. fought %  -tubburr SHOOTING TODAY ins on un Parkhouse llnall' i$ot mark by bitting Ian .inhnaon foi four ami then Hawwtt mlS rather surprisma change He took the w %  bell %  "" l stead <>1 allowing Null'' w f 01 '* tinuv the good work he Rave 11 lo Johnston and l.indw.11 Parthou-* md Bn • i H the bowling, added * i half an hour thirty off tinnew I ball-before, the shimapparently having worn off IB* now hull Ml IS was brought bach Into Ibe at-1?* !" ; tack hi llll MILLER First Test For Golf Team Today (Free* Our Own Correspondent) LONDON. !> WITH TWO GAMES played and two irk torfag to then i i Hue, but M o* • %  parkhou^r %  > >v taking two fount i" one pvei but lust when It iipiM-ared Iha stand mighl tlevelop ParkhouMwas well taught ^ mnlon by Morris hen attemptlnf %  third four off Johnson "He had b-'i )< %  ' e*er an hour Al ihc day waned. Hro^.-n. Bailcv iU'v b>p< i paiinVhip Brown hod hi"'• k. noticeably whei ite elw ball from Johnson clesn over 'its stuwpK. but he deserved ll At the ctose he had been baltliiR for nearK 90 minute-, foi after "the Usnis#ol of Parkh>iie he became more defensiveJ Thunderjtorms -re forecssi for slbourne in the neai hltu at the wicket l* not covered 'luring the days of play it seems thai rain rnay romc lo England s sistance as It did foi Austral! Brtsbiiiie in dif l"ir Test But In ihe meantime I J nds ay Haeaett is weU •atisflcd thai on auch an easy wicke* whl to help hi* bowlers to do anvin ng more than send occasional bumpers head high, he has managed to restrict the English hnt-men (o 211 run..IT 73 uvei has lopped ofl the five most important heads. If AUBtralll wkBg this match it will he a noil... MOler liium ph Biggest disappolntmenl iron' the England viewpoint w I failure b\ Deois Omiploii wl." wai bowled bv Milter for a duck ofl the third ball he received So far in the series he has received only 0 balls in thrCLInnings for v.-^tM of 3. ft and 0 Earlier In that over MilU-i had ended n classical knock by Hu'ton, retting 'he Yorkslilrcrtum l.b.wllutlou sotfed 62 runs in 171 utes including Umndarle* was supremely all bowlers. Hut ton and Kea Simpson ; Brown thi M C C. skippar, put on a bright SO for lh.> ilfth wiekei. and it was I. fi to lt...wn 4nd Trevor ltuili-> lo plu> out the rest of the day's play in an unliroken partnership Which n fl BD far yielded 24 runs T' I Si 9Cl %  Ml %  I'M.'.. He onllderrt a^nlnat ami ikubadoi in Trinidad am oi thi % %  oritii The Eve entrtei an not candldai I i -...ii .n The twenty-three who i ying i ut foi i?i"tin play la thi i I I Ung row uiid the ll ll nvrth teats will be play* Bai i Bun til i ilve-man repreaent Ion %  Mill • match pla] t %  •: Beei Mu %  i I ip will appl>. but f.n at • • ii l aet to a "f u> is concerned scores win oned ofl scratch resultI row's teal ••ill eontaat <>f atghtec il play. Tin draw and itarUng thmt I (oUow g to .i m David Lu B Cents i'n...Mii. Richarcl and Divtd liuuM 100 pm. -J K K. Chrint Bryan Wybrew, KaKh Mm-phv 2 05 p in.—Dan Mascoll. Colin nn'iey. Frank Morgan. 10 ii.m —John Roil ut I O'l) Egan, Shlrlev Atwell a m s I'crccv i i lnim>. William QPUUI %  2 20 p in —s Toppki Jai i 0*1 l'i I-act Timpson (.SB Qeorg in K W QirUng it. r f* tiding 2 SO p n fV %  '. st., iley DelglMah K ii Hunle Rayjohn Ori • The dl \ -in1 i foi lo-nv the Bai' %  earn %  %  I i 0 30 :. n Join, Oi id Oeorgf Challe 1.00 p .';(.'.. : Mlhaei Tvnptcn H P i 2 05 j%  Will ai u.in Maacoll, J. <>'D Egan. 1.10 Btanli Igllc 'i bai Vi.tt 2 18 iin Hi I Colin 11—!. K it Hume 30 p m Dat d lu-ie-l Frank Morgan J K. K , ,.. %  i %  Wilson Shlrlei Atwo'l .' in i %  • Katth W Oirl ng Ronnie ; •wn 10 '.he r thai fui the %  ., L. had Bret uea of a good wleket It would nol be fair to say that ihe wicket H ai easy becausr hero re lunch it cer. i i cfendi igh ihej sunten i ly blo when rlutton .m-epled a verj neal aUp catch ofl iiedsei ui gat rid "i Horrla, that was Ihe niih %  > ui.. %  [ore lunch a*hi n 01 run wm on lh< boat %  Thi* incidental!... I • poflttinn a in tat pfO*. .it Brtaaaa* Alter l.nnrli I And after lum-h the eotnetde *e tage furtl ei i %  n hiv second over, thusrepeat ma hli Biiab I i A lib only **' %  n ns • HI the board Both Bailey and i von '<• img extremely well. Bedeti frequently beating Ihc Iji.Uim n (he air. He had morally bowled Harvey half a aoantl link I b ton the lunch interval and ll WH onl) luatloc that Inghould eventunlly capti Itet Indeed 'in ;. reaj lia -Honied the Australians was by Wright, who could nut hik. %  %  t 1 ind i ipl U all %  The departure of Morris and H.n vej bai'. of .'iiothei ^uatralian %  ollapa \i I M who had defended atoll II Ihrouiihout the pie-lunch session. was magnificently caught down in the lUpg DJ Bl I Millet In most uncertain tnood, was Ibw to Brown after having three times failed to straight driv \hv howler to the tioundary Hasselt and laxlon In %  aland B4 revived Australia's fading hopes, but Evan.hmtl. %  I t-i the tea interval, accepted ,i dlfllcult chance behind ihc wicket gat rid of l^ixton and Close his first wicket ii Anvil'-Australian Tests and mar for hope a a last wicket stand which rt-uluied | (,, • the end cejne .liter tea. when lor the secorul time in the match Johnston had Wright l.b.w Ueflrction* on the match: Evans probabl] the ereateal %  Pimp* Malley *i oi the Ben "f the I N BW! IMPROVED \ ODEX SOAP O Gets skin really clean O Banishes perspiration odour Leaves body iwoot and daiity New Hall Taking the new ouii aeata ind Bailey ran throutf ihf i.nliii.n itiiii'.i-i narrowly laaing the hat-trick wh had Johnson and JohnatOB caught otl successive balU Hi unallv linished with an analyst! of four for 37 ano Ha I ley of four (or 40 — the last four Austi.il ickets. having fallen in 15 unite-, for only two fttl The wicket rolled out easily for Kngland on Ihe aOCj n d da) and by rights Ihey should have buil'. ip j rormidabiI Instead. thc> ooUapaed even WOCea than Auotraha and at one s*.ige had six wicket., down tor 01 nina Milln and Lindwall dkl he early damage, both bowling al a pace not seen by ana B %  hat Ince thi laal Aufti vfall tn England Simpson at ii. caught In the ilipa %  • johneofl Dewei ly cauaht b) Miller, pushing bat id the liall which went a from Inn, will. I total of 33 foui rune Uitei Waihbrooh got "• i irmtiht niie from lamlraa iba lloiihlllll Hutlon •"tn victim conlroveralal umpiring after haviim M-ored only >-• Whether bl did .ni.dly hit IM ball which was caught bj Talton or whether In tact it |v I I up ofl ihe roll al In%  Bui the fad b Ihc umpli 'mu out. mid oul lie h | with a (olal at 54 altered when ihrea ball l-.it' ,n M\' shot offer* L • %  h |uai Ui *'" %  I Qaed rVavh i continued the good woid kei ai iiis pal %  ther 41 Qpr \\w unit: provided Johnson with his ihlr.: i.iti-r. ot th.in' ,n.s when OrHS one run xhort of his 50. The wenlevel and he pull I IBOt round Ihe ve England the lead. Ti v done by Wrighihc dlpa btri two and after Bcdser bad nothei ilngle the Engtan>. loaed Ith an la match H %  It) thrown away.l Bui even in .ri| UUtUni •'..: alaiae which followed in Inninge Altoi Morria and Archer had But o 11 the rust wlckatt n,i Harvey took the aeon along lo H Then Harvey baca*mg up to ny and steal %  iBuk ignlAcently Wt mbrooh who n.t OOvei And from iiy foi unc Ihe Australian score raptdbj ba uied lo 111 foi foul ..ught in i by Bailey and Miller %  gain uncertain in ins "troko ad by Baiie> Fine Bowling At this atag* Brown look a. hnd in t and hu' fine exhibition ot mediuin-pa.ed bowling precipitated the coltapw Hassett. Loxton, Undwall andj Tallon all became bis victims al a personal COSt of only 26 runs ano ulthourh Johnson scored a rap*' 1 ti \ Halia were .dl out for 1BI The pitch by this lime ami Igjlnnhlg to break up and sevend large cracks apix-.uco England loat Wuhbrooh and Balary overnight for only 22 runI Ul BBU bad eight wteketa left to secu" the nacotaary 151 runs for vieton when play reaurned on ihe fourth day. What was reu,uul was for or the baauncB to really chance bis aim hudcao Ua Km: i ,; •• %  tried lo get the runs in Iwos. Hution alone showed auy confidence bul .enlising thai his compatriots were losing the Initiative, he too tried lo hit out ami ofl tal.c itroko Oi the morning was caught on the leg aide bv No Ifrariman ol Bradrr undermined the if Auatraha'a other halsmei Hai vej are ou attempt* to bd %  i. out %  • trouble have made the / .traliai. ban. •. i vy are a formlbnll attack in the Ki.ki h da loo much on the houlers of Mutton Complor Wl ... ... neee applied to the Aus ellng in the remain n Paeti of English batamen gaining the initiative. Hassett ma; trouble for once Hit pad Ten have retired, hi lacks variation. Johnso. and Iverson are hoth off spi and .illhough they have si hlended well, the absence of a ICR spinner may be eat %  really true wicket In skipper F P B-own Ennlanf' big mate: %  performr^ance in this piatch alone he is worth hiplace I"'' ihe remaining Ihree nn What's on Today Ibe/U Do It F.vcry Time -, By jimmy H.ulo MAMA'S ON A DKTV'TRVWfi TO REDUCE-BUT NO MATTEL WOW SUE STARVES MERSEL^ IT ISN'T ANY USE %  ON TME OTHER HAKR TA


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1 SATURDAY J A MARY . 1151 BARBADOS A11VOCATF. FRENCH SENATE REJECT NEW TAXATION PARIS. Jan. 5. THE FRENCH SENATE (Upper House) to-day rejected the 140 000.000.000 francs of new taxation proposed in the Government's special rearmament budget and i adopted by the National Assembly (Lower House) last Saturday. % %  aUon proposals by 173 to 131. the Senate which had sat alt through the night approved the amended BUI by 153 votes to IS (all Com%  junlstt). Th* L'ppci Roastr .ipproved by the same voting ligure*. the egpendltun ; i totalling T4O.000.000.00U franc* and inclno"no.000,000 tarn i %  > %  irmament bud] I Sn S< %  i.. Ins MO u ote. Gauiliits. Coaawrval i time Pad leafast the tax pre* The Dill wtll N i 1 I %  expected that the Lower Mouse the Hill itself including IhO l*o,0 francs of new tai The 11111 will then U'. Many Gaullist and Rai ators object to the new luxes— which hit mostly business enterprises—because Ihey %  IIAIIIIAIMIS WIWHI Humphries Knocked Up Bevan The noney could be got by economics and non-essential civil expenditure The money so raised will not ir reality be used for rearmament They consider the rearmament programme inadequate. —Reuter Quake Was Natural %  Pram Oat Own ('•rraapaaSf all ANTIGUA. It ib filt that the recent earthquake shocks In Nevis have bee.i due to natural causes and not due to blockage m the mountain stream which dischargesulphur and was recently discovered to be cold instead of hot when probed. LONDON Twenty-eight year-old Richard Alan Humphries. highpn ,t"l Lonuonet what a political fcrievanee, ts a aiaer and poorer man today. Ha has discovered that when a it.an wt| ii word with a Socials' it***, JIK! pnrticutor .f Health Aneurin must not go banging on the Minister's front door. It only leads to trouble. Humphries was arrested and "" %  London Magistrate's court With using insulting bel.aviour. He was discharged and ordered to pay S3.00 costs. Humphries lold a policeman. "I only banged on ihe door. Why does Bevan have a policeman outside this door? Churchill would r.ot mind my knocking at his door. I shall take the matter before the Conservative Party In court Humphries, who pleaded guilty, said: "There was really no point In what I did. It was a bit of high spirits." —I N.8 WHAT'S I\ A NAME NEW YORK Moscow, Idaho (population GO, 144), is nut going U> change i> name because New York, U.S.S.R. (so named in the thirties because n New York woman donated a factory to the Russian town). Is going to be rarhrtstsned. Th* Idaho Muscovites say what Sergeant Hitler said: "No. it's no' name. Let the other guy change his." MB. ALEXANDER CHIN leasing in his champion creol horn* Atomic II With Frank O Neil np after winning the Oovemor's Cup at tat T.T.C. Christmas Meeting By •.coring tai* great victory Atomic II became the flrst Barbados bred horse to carry ofl tha fAieou* race und the third rreola ever to da so. This ptenre ably demonstrates tha MM of the, tra.h while fatigue caa be seen on the faeaa of both horse and rider. The black dog at left can be 'eon at the flntnlt of every race at the meeting bat thia time he got into the picture as well. rIPTT'RV TO RATIONING INNSBRUCK Wartime rationing of butter and fats is to be rclntroduced i" the Austrian Tyrol on January l Reason: hoarding by tourist hotels anxious to please guests. NARROW ESCAPE MADRID: A lorry driver who thought hi^ vehicle had collided with a pig near Burses was rescued afte' being severely mauled by the victim, a 170 Ib. wild boar, whcia couple of other drivers joined in the fight and killed the beast. Dopinit In his Mimmiiifi up THE SCOUT suggests that to keep trainers on the alert . Teslfi Musi Be Made Daily ll.i TinS.oul ONE of the great weaknesses about the new Jockey Club rule on doping is that the stewards hove denied themselves any powers of discretion. U. K. SHORT OF MANPOWER l-abour at the Annual Conference of the Institute of Personnel Management > Compared with prewar days the total working population has gone up bv J million and the number of unemployed down by 1 million. Then ,ii.. aj %  result. U million more people employed. Yet Iherr is I manpower shortage. For this there an seven main reasons: — 1. Th* buildiny protfromme—houses, schools, factories, power stations—which takes 50.000 more than prewar. 2. The heavy demand for industrial re-equipment. 3. The increased postwar demand for consumer goods which could not be supplied during the war. This, together uith the need for Industrial ro-equipment, requires 550,000 more in manufacturing than prewar. 4. The need for additional exports, which have employed %  million more than prewar in manufacturing. (The growth has in turn rreatcd the need for 220,000 more in the basic industries excluding agriculture.) 5. The import;inre of saving dollars by means of iiure.iseC food production at home Aoriculrtire now employs 180,000 more than prewar. 6. The necessity of continuing some rationing and controls and the development of the social serricer, causing an extra I million to be employed in national and local government service. ,.,, 7. The need for increased Defence Force*— million more Uian in my M That adds up to an extra .1 million people, of whom 2} nre in civilian Industry and services. Obviously some sectors must Be employing less manpower; they are. In fact, distribution, commerce and the professions, and the manufacture of cninpmr-nt und supplies for the Forces. What are future requirements likely lo be? Assuming no major war, no serious overseas trade recession, and a continuing check on fntemul inflation, the manpower requirements for industry are likely to increase on account of: — erlence and ability so that they wUI iassured os setisfaetorv resetlU'ioent. It will thus be clear to the younj men Of the country that a man's period in th.F. i %  grated career. WHETHER YOU ARE A LARGE USER OR A REDROSE TFASMALL USER YOU DESIRE THE BEST TEA SO USE RED ROSE TEA! IT IS GOOD TEA. I magi i filiation Huns Away With Witness AUGSUUHG, Jan. S Judge Geor.j( Magi tmt today told a willies* in the Use Koch trial who had turn, hat] tile court with a wealth of data I Illumine ted %  kulli ;i.'i made or tattooed skin "I think you are letting your imagniiilioii run away with you." The witness. Johanu Walter, 63, a Bavarian butcher, said ho had stolen into Use Koch', bed mom in August 1944, the day ul a bombing attack on Buchenwiild eonoratrattoo camp, under the ex. of disinfecting there. In the room, he said he saw a blue velvet handbag with two panels ef tattooed human skin on it. also a table lamp of human akin and I etai v The lamp mat lit by pressing the big toe. The judge told him that Use Koch had already been out of Ruchenwald exactly one year when the Allied bombing attack came All other evidence showed that this lamp had been dH mantled in 1941 through fear of ;m S.S. (.Nazi Btackshiris) inquiry Th.lamp was not lit by pressing 0Q the big tcx\ hut by pressing on tii!!: %  Many tiainers have conhdeii to me suspicions that one t thruhorses hns been "got at" when it failed to run up to e*pe< utions. There was n doubt ir '.'i> Mun's Case THE&Jl suspicions are not always accurate. Rut there Is no sense in blinking one's eyes at facts. cannot forget the sight of Happy Trio and Nighttime blind Buttl box at Salisbury in May of hist year. Defote ihiii (here WM the ineontBeUblc evidence -f tin steeple-chaser I-eap Men iieing sprayed with acid at Nottinghai in October 1946. Hair never grew Main over li: quarters and on the dank where 'lie iicld had been squirted Men who would stoop to tricks of this sort for a little easy money irnxi i** ., hard-hearted bunch of thugs. B0 then is probably more truth in these racecourse whisper*, tii many people choose lo think Three llerkshire trainer* have volunteered to Hive evidence before the stewards Farh certain that a horse in his chai i taVOUrtta Ul RD thr-*e insln res—was "got at Iior*>e was 'Nobbled,' lie Si, priii-i! Owner A NORTH COUNTRY traU made doubly sure His best gpa inter ran unaccountably badly in i small baodscap He had him 1-M quickly away from the course and independently examined. 'The horse was stiff with dope," the trainer said UP could not trneo the culprit. but suspectod sirongly the owner. No one knows bettor than that tr.'iiner how lucky he is still to hold a licence. The present situation Is unsatisfactory from almost every angle ii he experti. cannot agree that the system used for testing for dope is 100 per cent accurate. The Jockey (Inti moves slowly. M 1 I hold out on hope of any imnsadiate action Here, however, are my suggestions:— AM AMNESTY for all trainers who have been effected by this %  ule. (They will be ••marked' men. anyway, even If they sue '-etx l in sett ing up again.) *>! BHTITI'TION of the word may" for "shall" in the rules. I)\ILV TEST*, to keep all trainis alert. IIIREE OPINIONS on the analysis of samples, and not merely one These minor alterations are •.rely all that are needed to enai.le "authorities and trainers e< -operate in stamping out •'• the sport. —l-B-fcV fthHumry John 1 -mar layrnr < passing of th e | a ic nhn tsm.ir Ityine. Bert^dos km M fffM loved Ihe island dearb id a per* ,.,, he-r iiu-ndlj. ens] ^ genial gbaro nd eense of bumour so gre*. iat all those who knew h:m wll remember him alweys He had tod a Ufa of adventur* md varied occupation since a young man His abilities were g'cat and he quickly master** technique of the work 'ml. but always a thirst for .iventure led him to other places I;. Barbados he first worked as an erseer for the Him Mr Douftaa Pile. an| it was there that ha formed the great love for the beautiful island, the liking and understanding of the Coloured Barbadians, and ihe determination to return to it to eid hi* days, which stayed with him renaj I Meualle After working in very responsj. ble poets with oil companies in Trinidad, he want to Canada, railed by the prospect of adventure. There he joined The Roval Canadian Mounter Police, but though the Ule area interesting the prospects ot advancement were very *low f ul young i and after two yeurV avrvice obtained his discharge and left for the real West. British Columbia Here he engaged business for some time but again he rebelled against a humdrum suburban life as the mere slow making; of money could not sat Ufy so ardent a spirit. He and his brother-ln-law partner went ir "t gold mining Hum For (.old Seeking for gold always cast I spell on those who once begin i> and In 1935 he went lo BrlusJ Ouiana and made a remarkable solo trip through the jungle to the Bmrllian Border and the Head-waters of the Amazon ana slaked nnd worked claims on alarudi Mountain. This lone expedition and the two years ol hardship and hard work which followed Is a feat the magnitude nf which can only be appreciated by persona who have done something; similar Ill-health and lack of any medical aid forced him to make ,the trip back under condit nlrh would make the townbred shudder. Afutr recuperating Island he loved be returned to Canada. When the war brok< out In ISM, he enlisted two i.i'-. before Canada officially leclarcd war. Diew Countries Welcome BONN. Jan. i miaul but a* panettng i iai information that n wnes of new countries would welcome West German Consulate* it was autl Among the COUI •nara Braid. Chile, India, Ireland Sweden and Switzerland. lenaany has so far Consulates in nim Includlnsj the three main Western Allies. There are plans ment of llataa. Heater Leeward Delegates For Medical Conference Ti • Oat 0" .""I "i, ANTIGUA. Leeward Islands delegate* the forth U .1 Conence in Trinidad wUI Is" Dr It. Wynter from Antigua and P. I. Boyd of St Kilts 7 Medaia Though he had been an officer lor several years In the Canadian Scottish Regiment, (Princess Mary'a Own), the after^efTeeta of blackwaler fever and malaria. ciintracled during his time 1"' Uritiah Ouiana, had left him hi such poor health that he was not accepted for overseas service, though willing to serve In capacity. However, he was determined to play a man's part in the war. so he obtained his disliarge on medical grounds from he Home Defence Force and cined the Merchant Marine ns Ai enameer officer He served in nil tankers in the war zones of the Pacific and Atlantic, in dinner ol llaming death every minute. Those who performed this duty were regarded as nmong the most courageous of the war. Seven medals from a grateful uniry were among his proudest mess Ions. When peace came he returned l<> Canada and In December, leSO came again to settle in UJ' b.idue He died at the age ot forlyBve on Tuesday, January 2 slid in uccocdance with his expressed wish he was buried at sea on Wednesday ard off the Island he loved. "It's a long, lone Watch that he's ii'keephig there. Where the Tndes and the tides roll over him, B And tbo g reat ship s go by. More Water Flows Into Sinking Ship BRISBANE, Jan. S With she engine room snd one hatcn already Hooded, the abandoned P. and O. cargo liner Panusa (11,000 tons) which struck lock in the great barrier reel on Wednesday night was today inking In more water In two more hatches aft the bridge. A radio message received by the ship's agents here from the f.667-ton Dutch freighter Mlnskep, which was standing by after taking off pie ship's company, said hr position h"d deteriorated overnight. Shipping authorities here hoped to be able to get tugs with pumps lo help ber. They hoped she might remain "float over the roe* of Pine Peak Island If the weather l.fld fair Reuter. HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay M V. TB Radar. M V Oarte bee. Schooner Marian Belle W4fe. Schooner Anita H Sc hooner Philip H Davidson. Schooner Mary M Lewta, Schooner Marea Henrietta. Schooner Zelleen. Schooner CTyrleeama O.. Schooner Emn*ei c f.ordosi, Schooner Triumphant MUr, aVhooner Burma D.. M.V. Blue War, M. V Hedgehcld. Schooner Leellle M. Smith. M.V Lady. Schooner Ada)ins. Schoone Sunshine I Ships In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station Canadian Rates •* 4/10S pr ChMjuo on n. ten •".S/JS-or :>,,-... %  i Draaai e-asa m out. p. %  atW Dmfi r.7 S/IOS a'. •i? n %  011SI* pr t in r, A wiasi J LKI aa*lie (hat they f m with lh* lalV.* ih.ip turtaiStM Caul Btai %  htp* age John ClunSrla. %  rruKPoll. SS BWnny S 1—SI n, MV Intsrvrrt*'. as Knna. Uruluay, SS Alnl. SI KHiia 1'^iSto. SS. Ul NoilSS. OU.-. SI Sknpr*> Of SroUar^*. SS | WIUcm-M6. PS VifSlnl*. 1-rltUn. II y-.lln*. SI RWiwltal. H.i,.Onrti> DUtrfcU. S S C'rcr>H. A.ir* SS. tia-up*. SH Alcoa alHr. IS CiMbUnc*. S^ ners,,SI (Thi.nflhinc. %  • T Dr—a, M*W*s, SI Vruauar. SS OolBlo BMheav. S.S CaeUllo Co... SI s POI rina>' are so -fia. much more siilMviii!-; f t \*mm Qwtenfi i i: aVW ^ %  %  <" t..n. otaswfiiir • %  .alwiita UMI! lo Ih'ltiic. irasgfe kind hi tin UaTaaL ,H-.f.-.iU insee sa and -*ii-fin^. T* toVf*Sa*ll?aJ Tar*-f *•' < 'tarrtte im if— Wnrld Good food tastes all the better with Colmans Mustard ,% %  T. 9 OARS !<****" the 4 door Ml\0lt Vou di-n'i hsv. in lorego Dig OBJ Inurewhen you drive ihe Mnrrii Mimo ggaaj U %  hig car in %  irnnll way. Searing for fotir. Over ^ cubic fret of luggage f pace. Torsion bar, indopenJrni fn-nt wheel %  aapeaakwi for 'moother ndes. It's easy u> slecr ihrciugh irslln. : eay to nark ; easy lo gangr. If coiiomy interetti ynj. It-. 15-40 miles per gallon meani longer runs lor your na-ncy. m l.tl MS nil e vtii 11 ili*ii'""frrtlioil ride in I/M asarwrg /ig^e*f ganall er Uuy. 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PAGE rot* BARBADOS ADVOCATS — SATURDAY, JANTARY I. IKI BARBADOS &mmi Cheap At The Price FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN Cm '14 n>*>4 11. BiKlflm. 1 Prtair* mt U 4 ••<• %  Cm Saturday. January G, 1951 A Review Of The Colombo Plan \VfS IT HAS become fashionable in this island (or many people who seek the votes of the people to endeavour to satisfy the electorate by making statements which they themselves cannot substantiate and which in many instances have no foundation in fact. Some of these statements made at the St. Michael's vestry nominations on Tuesday, should be examined. It was stated that the small trader in this parish was burdened by being asked to pay more than his fair share of taxation. Another statement on this plane was that the members of the vestry only attend meetings at which they seek to protect themselves from taxation. These statements standing by themselves might be allowed to go by default but when taken together and viewed in the light of the personnel of the vestry, give a most unfortunate impression. The facts as revealed by the tigures prove an entirely opposite conclusion. And it does not take an economist to realise it The bulk of taxation is collected from trade and the remainder from property ownership. Trade in this parish is estimated at $4,135,673 and the amount of tax collected is $496,280.76. This is paid by 1,464 traders. Property is estimated ut $1,485,173 and the tax collected is $178,280.76 and to this should be added, that collected from land amounting to $9,928.80. The total tax on property is then $188,209.56 and is paid by 14,119 owners. The returns by 20 of these traders show that they are responsible for $2,000,000 leaving the remainder of the tax to be paid by more than 1,400 middle and small traders. Accurate figures show that 17 of these traders who are members of firms with vestrymen as partners are responsible for $1,609,490. This is a simple extract from the figures in the Parochial Trade List which any ratepayer, (and that includes potential vestry candidates,) is entitled to see and examine. If then the members of the vestry attend meetings merely to protect themselves from taxation they do the job extremely badly because they seem over a period oi years to have made it a custom for these firms to pay the bulk of the taxation. The accusation that the small trader is unnecessarily burdened with taxation also falls by the wayside. But if he is so bur dened it is his own fault. There have been occasions when the vestry wurned small traders that it was their duty to keep proper books. In some instances the vestry against its own inclination, was compelled to fix an arbitrary amount on which the trader should pay. This was followed by a howl and an appeal for consideration. It is this dodging of taxation by those who should pay which increases to a fractional amount any taxation which the small trader must pay. The fluctuations of taxation are not as great as might be glibly stated by those who seek to catch votes by talking arrant nonsense before a crowd of ratepayers. The ratepayers are entitled to be told when policies adopted by the vestry are irimical to their interests; but the people who serve as vestrymen are entitled to have their actions examined fairly and dispassionately. Those who seek the suffrage of the people do themselves less than justice when they make statements without any foundation in fact ..oping to catch votes by deceiving those who listen to votes by deceiving those who listen to them. It is time that a halt be called to this detestable practice. I By D ROBtRIS LONDON IN reformers annually. A* a result Ihe proare bttafl ma I.|0 i"' 1 i^cently gramme will involve Pakistan in announc-.-*. "Six Year Clan" for a dcllclt of about £130 million in the rronomie development of a period of six years. Wltn figure* South and South-East Asia This calculated on a comparable baaik 'Colombo Plan" la boiii* talked of the needs of India to carry out a a panacea B n expedient in the programme are set at £•!§ withstand the possible political million. The mam limitation foredlilntegration of Aala ,. \, y imii.i iin.difliailty in The Colombo 1'ian ..it is lindlnK men of Ntn*avM lerhnu.it lllad i'fttfr the capital city of skill, available in sufficient numCeylon. where International conben. Indeed an examination of ferencfs inaugurating the scheme the list of persons requited for were held—is a scheme for capital India's programme Indicates this nvesimcnt over a period of six difficulty in a world that is already years in India, Paktst.ni, Ceylon, at-riously short of trained 1cch.nlMalaya and British Borneo The ians India will need, for total llnure for six yean is given instance 339 mechanical engineers, as £1.860. This figure, which a large number of highly trained appears large nt first sight, needs electricians to install hydroexplanation electric planU, and about First il is precise that the %  dfc*N %  U >po., n c pn ; ,:l. 388 of the*, KX.,,,^,,, ,„„,„, u „„ Wl „ h !" f^ XL* i c ^ m ''lnton The toul -.*rn.l Unancr man. alre.,1, Th, Colombo ,^ mrM ,„ „ „„ „, „ ,, i081 Plan. In fact. i not ,i Manila I „,„„„,. 0 I IhU (Inure G !" at Aid" propamme lor Briu.l. „,„„,„ „„ „„„„,„„£, ,„ ,.„„_ Commonwealth e o u n I r I c, ami lr|buU mbou ,„„ „„ ln British territories ln A.a. The Iorm ,„„, ,„ „ IM ..,„,, „,,„„ o( most suitable paralle with a „ orU „,„„„,(Du ring u,,, acbama In Europe would be witli w „ In<|| p, klll „„ nd c lon the MonM IMan In France which Berlin, credit. In presented in IMS. Ihe direction London wmch w0 „ fto p „ a „ u of eapltalinveelment n. France wteMed UIKl „ arrangcmr „t year i , ST K """* b r T" 1 '" million Colombo Plan, however u in. one „„„„„„ virtually a final settlefT. m "?T"^ '",•" %  ..** "* %  >> of Iheae frozen debt,) "fi. / ,'" !" individual ,„,,„. rcms |„, ,„„ „ fl|rln „ "" '." i"?.'i IM0 million which Is no! , far provided This lljrure appear, to be of different proportionif It Is estimated as C140 million per m. (approxlmatelv U.S I50O million). i in, i...ii in •' ,.. %  -: .%  : oat anllipvase'l MaMfl in w..I,mater, ... t It... I • i ... hundred sclenlllU' expert, rjnKiuK iniporunt to apflun| Keopnvsl ,, jMs u r sU r V *£ Thu for Instance, there are eight ma)or Igation and electrical schei listed, (seven of which are already begun), and some 49 minor irrigation schemes There are six programmes for the reclamation of land and five afforestation proIn this context 11 is worth studygrammes To carry out the Ing the recently published report schemes the number and types 1O President Tmmnn made by Mr Of exports thut will be needed Gordon Gray, concerning the from abroad are already listed Foreign Econnmic Policies of tho and the number of trainees who United Stales, ln the section will be sent abroad, to return "ev<*od * UnderdevelopedI Countralneri to run the projects, are "•*Mr ,. ( ; ra >' "' J"^ the conestimated elik.ion that the only means to raise tlM U-Vtof Asian mul African The plans of the Governments countries is by investment in proof these countries which have duetlve resources—not by direct been published here In a singlo subsidy to consumption. (This, in document show marked differItself, is a marked contrast to the ences, one from another, in point Miimhall Plan which was largely of expectations of finance und In roncemed in maintaining producthe estimate they make of the %  <>" > Kurope by providing food). limitation! put on the programiii. ' %  < %  "•""•" Ihe Part to be Pakistan, for example. thai ""' lnH,n..tlnnal Hank nnai.ee available -aid.the coun„ wi|| (ip nv%nsai ., for ,„. ,,„,., .,, try for schemes of ti.'kind. Its g nnnnci.il institutions to push Government points out that in ,,„„,,, dove-oneae*. plain. ..ggrestinder-developed muntn %  then e i ve ly. co-ordinate their activities, is great difficulty In mi uitaimiiK ;, n .t to e\pand the volume of their a rate of savings anywh re comlending optfsAlonS In tl-.-next few parable with that in fcjrupean jrem the two banks should seek countries Pakistan Is a country an. annual net now of investment of eighty million people yet its funds in the range of 000 to 800 total rate of saving cannot be million dollars annually" rtata, wag pnax ntigjg Presidenl I the most opinion in the : rnendation. win be aceeptod entirely On the figures h.* gi there are several othei tions Mi grammes of usveatmenl foiPhilippinev. Indom-sia, Ihi'o-Ci.i.i. Burma, th. MJri and ito .. . Africa, as well %  i ithin me I population of 450 million p*-npl< mouths and souls—within In* area of the Colombo ri i n sents far more than half lopad populali,,]. %  %  unist world—that is counting China as no lot) responsibility. What is apparent from every line of the Colombo r*p0f1 the aehemes are of tin urgency. These Oavsg which, meetly, h.-.vr (oittrol of their own affairs sinxWorld War U. are faced with perilous econttnlc ,in n %  i through with th.-n own lesouu.s. This improvident over-planii.:... has been instituted, m i in i.nii-i to slave off the dauter or communism It is because -.e failed to take such gran on cauilal scheme* lhal Chiang. Kai-shek collapsed. Tim. easy way for Britain, Australia and the United State* to HUd th,. sum of over fl.O %  As in most schemes nf this kind the demand for capital will (all unequally during the six jroan It is possible to contemplate that £400 million will bo rwiuired for Asia in the year 1952~iii %  vear that already looks although it is 13 month) Nevertheless there Is eonsiderantc determination, in political quarters here, to regard the wholv lion of capital aid to .V essential expend.ture 1 J i present the account in a different light I intend, finally, to some of its artttunatK I terms, and nn-kon it by famine1-et us assume that the wholinvt'slc -Tit iv .,|,i b) Rj | ,n I) averages £185 million each year.i Which is £8 for each wage-ea every year: it represents < Bftfath parl of thenati As an alternative let us assume that llritain affords half the invest men I <>f 'hi(he other half is carried by the United States Thai other half will be less than $300 million • Which amounts to $6 for every I American wage-carnal ^" l> U] expenditure would be less than a half of ona par cent of ths nanona] Income of the United Slates. If the, and other programmes even, of i similar scale. ,,. j,,, efTecli.e moans to witlistand Communism In Asia then they can only i • %  counb as cheap at the price. 'Five Years of Socialism* LONDON. Jnn. 2. Britain's new three-year ten. billion-dollar rearmament programme will mean "sacrifices" but Indications today are that the "cradle to grnve" social security system will not be discarded Labourite spokesmen from Prime Minister Attlec down to local leaders have made it clear that the social services^—the showpiece of Socialism—are sacrosat.ct. Britain today has one of the most comprehensive of such sysM B the Wi.rld—costing $4,200 million yearly, or 174 per cent of The National Income. Former Labour Party Chairman Sam Watson claims: "Poverty has been abolished. Hunger Is unknown. The sick are tended, the old folk cherished Our children are growing up in a land of opportunity." Far from all Britons agree entirely. The "Welfare State" has assumed anonnoug responsibility for o long list of services under a plan that is largely slate— financed All employed persons, however. pay weekly contributions to enable this broad programme thai even Includes children's allowances. Men pay 09 cents weekly, their employers contribute .18 cents; women pay 52 cunt.", employers contribute 43 cents. Children between 18 and 18 pay reduced rates. I ll< t"fd 1 nh.llf COY ,. ...Milllllll By FRED DOERFLINGER TlM bill has jumped so highly that the Labourite treasury ha> warned "it is all we can afford." To tho social security bill must be added food subsidy costs totaling nearly $1,400 million in 194< 50. Former Socialist Cli.nuellor of the Exchequer. Sir Stafford Cripps called a halt to this and put a ceiling on Food subsidies for 1930-31 of $1,148 million. The "Welfare Slate" was made possible by a sweeping redistribution of wealth through taxation. Britain has the highest direct and indirect taxation in the world as high as 98 per cent on income tax. But even the lowest-pai.l workers are contributing. Britons, knowing that people having incomes as low as $70<> yearly must pay income tax. fully realize that the social services are not "free". Even Conservative critics concede that everyone has the "bare necessities"—apart from housing. But under this process the upper and middle class living standard has been cut nittll—ill comntirco to pro-war time. WoffcftU .lass families enjoy a closer parity to pre-war slandnrds. But their dissatisfaclion with eon. dltions is apparent from the tact that more than 5.000.000 workers now are demanding hn:ii, The National Healtli Service ha, caught most criticism from all sections. Fiery Ministci of Healtli Aneurin Bevan has admitted their is room for economy and is desperately trving to prune expanseHousing is the exception to everything in the "Welfare Stab The housing famine is worse than ever. This, despite the fact that more than 1.000,000 families have been rehoused frogfl IMS through 1949 by new building, repairs and conversion. Still, walling lists for accommo.j dation of all kinds are pathafkaUl long. Prospects admMtedly aie poor. In Britain today Ihe new.boni baby gets free orange | cut-price milk from the state; lit is looked after all his life. Wh.v. he dies, the State provides a de.,.ii grant of $38. The Soc|a.lla1 Oovanuneol intends to try to keep tin*. %  ysteU regardless of big militan appro priations ahead, appmpriat., that will be big for ihe Brftlsn Budget even |f the United States aids substantially.—I.N.ft. OUT GOES SYPHILIS By ROttRT N SCHWARTZ CHICAGO. Syphilis, the dread venereal disease which was once the scourge of the civilized world. Is rapidly being shoved Into the limbo of all-but-forgotten diseases such as yellow fever. Credit for its conquest is given to two things — penicillin and public education. Dr. Paul A. OLeary. Chief Dermatologist at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., and a professor at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine, said today that so rapid has been medicine'* victory over the disease thai medical schools have to scramble to find patients to show then students. The reporter noted that this fact would be startling news to the public. Dr. O'Leary replied laconically: "It v. ill be news to the medical profession, too." A number of other noted .Syphiloglsts who attended the American Academy of Dermatology meeting in Chicago this week loiillrrned Dr. O'Leary's finding. Dr Herbert KaMner. assistant professor of Dermatology at Northwestern University, said that even at Chicago's vast Cook County Hospital, syphilis patients were becoming so scarce that students were getting information about the disease from textbooks lather than flesh-and-bloo:| patients. He predicted that within a fev. months most mass livatmriit tenters set up in large urban centers would begi-; closing their doors—for lack of patttfltg. Dr. O'Leary added: "The number of patients with svpliilis Is decreasing so much thai In ccrt.'ln centres it lias becocne difficult to accumulate material fo painful ... %  d long periods or hosphali/a t ion "Will, that kind-fif trcalinent, sdd Hi. O'Leary. 'all the education h> the Wotil do too much good; pei.j-1dull't have the mesUkS, the time and UH inent, % %  n i,.i, tnaad ail thai Ii .in b* ad anjinna and even f the u I t tal I g of c un 90 pi %  By JOAN ERSKlNt LONLX)N THE PRESS Kflations Uixectur of the K.MIV.II al llritain || a ion*. sufferinK younj: man with u mission. He believes, with deep and conviiic mu sincL-nty. that the success or lailurc of the Festival rests on the British people. It depends on the extent to which people use their own initi.it iv.Ii is %  tremendous opportunity for tfoodhearted rivalry between towns. Sheffield be said oruphically "can thumb its nose at Bradford, and competition will spur all the smaller towns to contribute something Already many have plans afoot for starting new repertory companies, running a special series of concerts, art shows or exhibitions, building sports pavilions, planting avenues of trees, or putting up seats for the town's old people". We privately felt that it wts a sad day for England if we needed tha stimulus oi a massive nation-wide Festival to induce some of our smaller boroughs to seat their aged, but we could be wrong. These smaller subsidiary exhibitions, functions, and 90 on, in conjunction with the main festival, are now known to be taking place m more than 1,100 separate towns. With the annual exhibitions which have already proved of international interest -the Shakespeare season tit Stratford, Shaw at Malvern, and tho Festivals at Cheltenham and Edinburgh—it is hoped they will help the tourist trade by encouraging people out of London. The Press Relations Director admitted frankly this week to an audience of other press relations officers, that no-one really seemed to Know why the Festival was going to be held at all, or what its aims were. The best way of invoking interest and real enllmsi.ism for ihe project was by the spoken word, but how was this possible to an audience that was scattered all over the world" 1 "Unless you have watched this thing grow" said the earnest young man "it is impossible io feel as we do about it. It becomes just another job of work. But to us it is the realisation of a brilliant idea". Why was it decided to have a Festival in the first place? To celebrate the centenary of the lHf.l exhibition. But from that beginning it has grown. It is not so much an ob)ect as an occasion for doing something 1 tally worthwhile, something fundamental and widespread. The exhibition of 1851 was lnurn.ihunal. It was a gigantic Trades Fair. and it ii always easier to get foreign countries interested if they are participating. Then. Inadded, surprisingly: "Funds simply would not run to allowing foreign countries participation, so we had to plan something rather more restricted!" Manufacturers cannot buy space to exhibit at the Festival of Britain's focal point on the Thames-side. The goods, machinery, and Industrial ware will be chosen for its aptness, for its ability to form part of a pleasing whole. This is a prestige show. There is DO dOsira to compete with, say, the British Indus1 11 Rather, it is hoped that the Festival will be complementary to the great trade fairs Have you ever heard of an industrial information Point? Several will be scattered throughout the pavilions of the Festival. Visitors from overseas will be able to make apijointmeiits there to visit the factories of manufacturers. Facts and figures will be at their disposal. It is all very efficient. Did someone mention dollars? There were soU'iim heodshake3. "It is not a dollarcatcher" said the Public Relations Director, as if the words themselves were MCrttcfgB. "We want people to say that they never before realised all this activity was in Britain." So there is life in the old dog yet The authorities are trying hard to get over the laci that this is a nationwide exhibition specifically to reflect the aiversit.es of culture, tradition, and language within the British Isles. "We want inspiration" is the cry from the Festival's enthusiastic supporters. "Not just processions and pageants and fireworks". An afterthought—"though, of. course, they are important In their way". One travelling exhibition will gu overland -tlie other by sea. "The Admiralty have rather surprisingly" -the press relations youiumat hastil) 1 orrected himself. "Ike Admiralty have very generously lent us an aircraft carrier for our sea-going exhibition '. By ripping cut the hangar deck, there v be dancing and rollicking jollity on board the carrier, which will call at twelve ports around the coast, starling from Southampton. 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1 SATURDAY, JANUARY 8. !RT BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACT FTVT, The'Flu Rages Caribbean Has Best Holiday Resorts — Manager Of Travel Hun-uu HOTELS IN BARBADOS have an opportunity to attract tourists, because of their low aCCOOUttodattoQ I in terms of U.S. currency. Mr. Sylvan Cox. Managtr and Editor of the Travel and Resort Department of the Miami Herald told the Advocate yesterday. Mr. Cox Is making a tour ot the Curibbea-i through the courtesy of 11 W.l A., to jet information of what these countries hawi for the va.ji. :, MnUm In the OAKBA1MM la u t present experiU.S.A *-* encing some hot dan and cold He ""id thjt hotel rates In the rughu Because of this many United Slates and many other people are catching the "flu." Dru*> parts of the world are high: for "lores and other First Aid busiexample nt Miami Beach hotels. J-essea are doing a good trade with a room and bath without meals Pnensic and Aspirin tablets. would cost from $20 to $50 a day. At 1.00 a.m yesterday a man consequent!*, vacationists could could be seen going along Broad come to Barbados, stay a month. Sir..I wearing a heavy overcoat, have their room. bath, meals, ire loin the Advaeale that the night .swimming and yachting and BC*'*• the coldest he hud ever exluiilly save money in comparison perlenccd in BarUidov Th.* last with ll DDBfal In many .ther !i'v l * tne Annual Industrial leiort areas. Exhibition was cold, but this WU worse," he said. People In the Caribbean area Another man. who was more bailava that Miami is the gatewav jovial about the cold. said. "Some on *P'tal to tourism In the Ww driver of an ice van is going em Hemisphere, since there are around with the van doors openapproximately 4.000,000 annual ed He also feels that the "ice visitors and n permanent populamiui" has left the north pole to ,!o of 'S0.0. People come to si P\M\ his winter here. Miami from all over the world A third man, who takes a more an d ,a nte p"Mage of them serious view of life, thinks that travel to other countries after a the atom bombs that were dropped vis!t to Miami, on Bikini and Hiroshima are tausing atmospherical changes Tourism To Be Developed R KV milLKY UK COSTA He ,..id that he is trying to COBIIAM. Chaplain to thu develop a greuter.degree of touri>t United Parishes of the Barbados business in the Caribbean area Charitv Group in New York City. *>"d believe* that visitors to one ived here on Thursday h> point, should be invited io othef I'KOMOI IO\ ttarbadian (SmL\% Promotion In U.S. Army Rtwrre wm ON ; i i*o W ''ribbon* f tin i omoted to the . %  ,. . Mi farol i lib) f.-iuiiicr. JIKI ..i pn employe* of the Advocate. II. ,.,. %  Major Gibbons enlisted in Ift* 36th Infantry. New Yort Cujrd, in 182B and jj after was conn:.. BOCOSMI lieutenant tttCon he wu* anllatod in ih. National nuard. MaJ) | "id valuable work tot <>f Education tttd later lor the DeiMiiment of Health ,.f the City -f New V. ft tXirlng World War II. he serve I Wltfe th.80th Autom.Ui. W.,, ''• '•' %  % %  the H:r... i Islands. Okinawa. Japan, and also m the Philippine bland* with HUtM atad-P Major Gibbons is Advtaor to lha Chief of the Distrut i \. Affairs but before this appointBCCti inwas in chare of the recruittng and organising Ncitrt Raaarva 0nttl ID (fan York Bute Sctoonar Reported Slink Off I ODUgO g| lil.Ul.ll 1 v Hiiiiff baa Maa n off the %  look %  %  L, ..it pKfead •• in .i nahassj ' %  and *.r, t Tl nudad safely. i;.-o*ld It. Hallaee w., li Batbadoa with a ear*. o. firewood and charcoal from i, Second Attempt 1 i keeood i i ll with Hi. She Ml Ituiisii Oulan rhllla II lawtaaaa whuii srrivad hart Uu berun ChrMtai %  W *j| ol British Guiana HkM whuh tore off In i .i put in Walktca turaad back KM Britah Qulana The Reginald N WaBaee had her sails repaired and lefta| on her last trip to Barbados Shr made manv a trip to Barbados with rice, itrewood and %  i M. British I COLONEL H A. 0OONEY congratulate-. Major Lao Gibbon• promotion to Major in 'iir U.8 Army Reserve. promotion. II W.I.A. from New York h. t, Juan and Antigua. He is slaying with his aunts Misses Ivv and Elsie Cobham at Bush Hall and expects to spend the whole of this month here Rev Cobham Is Curate and Dllector of Youth Work at St. Phillip's Church, New York City, For two years he was Director of Boys' Work at the Harlem Unit of the NY. City Mission Society and Director of Camp Minisink He is a graduate of Lincoln University and the General Theologiial Seminary. Ills father, Clement Cobham. a Barbadian, has been Hvlns in the U S. since 1912. He said that the United Par. ishes of Barbados Charity Jroup nave 28 members an-* *jay ar all Barbadians or of Isarbadian origin. They have their central headquarters at St. Martin'* Church and sponsor two dances j" yearly to help the poor people in Barbados. They also MOatva ODIV tributiom of money and clothing from a circle of friends. At these dances eleven groups carry banners, each bearing the name of a parish in Barbados. He acts as Master of Ceremonies at these dances and when he calls for the parish the person carryCommittee ing the banner comes across the floor. During the Christmas Seoson this Group sent $1,200 for the? poor of Barbados. It was distributed among the parish* Curio Business THE ROOM in which Edward Austin kttfX his curl i shop in Milk Market Road is not much bi^er than 12 feet by 8 feet, but it is packed with an h toiwlnfl lot of tare mica of fish, corals and other Barbadian souvenirs. ^—^^^^^—— FUg tall, stooping, ~U-year-oU Austin, who but lor bjf sloop you would not think mora than 60. kecpiiu: curio is no hobby It is purely bull— He was n seaman in btf youth. l.ul since 1908, he look to curio collecting and selling May be presit is because he was a seaman, i yesthat the core ol his collection is All that is ,erda y ffl lhe suggestion appealflab remains, but If you told htm Reduced Freight Rates Surprise City Merchants Some City The people in the Caribbean are in competition with resort areas in Western Europe, Canada and California and he believes that we have the be*' resorts, accommodation, transportation services, enterUinfound any wherein The'w C orld U> !* d Iur ^ ta f. lo the Afvaessta'yesthat the core ol r attract tourists. v ha nls Irs] Is adequate and practical {^fr, ^ *** ** *• •*• W only possible lowering of freight rataa Hanging fr>m "the ledge of |hi to the W.I. on Canadian ships narrow door are sharks' law As to potential travel for 1951. It was a very desirable thing bones and there is one wiu.-li Mr. Cox said that there Is every however, they said, and if it did mdicates that it* owner coulu indication that there will be more come about the colonies wei. hav,. swallowed a medium *U.NI travel in the Caribbean area than sure *" derive some benefit e\er before, provided of course, Mr. K. R. Hunte, Commission there is no world catastrophe. erc £ an 1 ?' Bro d St !" \£' are parts of back bones of sharks Already, visitor, have practi^^TcSaS cTtt^SS K^ ', fiS cally filled some 500 hotels in th "Of course," he said, "we are " k '"* lu T '* % %  "• %  %  Miami area for the winter season still short of dollar* and the „_f,ii „ k-' bookln** i„ transportalion comm.Kliti^ OB which we will ** al '^, on ," b ?' rd pnP V' U V. ,s and at hotels would indicate benefit from thM lower rates f ,0 oot s mch long snake skin, •hat the Caribbean area will have are limited." bul Austin *"' "* vou that Itl larfM iiumber of visitors. He was surprised to read of "nake skins are hard to M nirod Mr. Cox visited many plsces of this possibility, as Just a few dayi,n !" ,n; though h> i^ *-terest m the Island yesterday "£" he had been told thai tha sh '"' wldom buys snakes, -ind said thrt his tour was made, ratts would be increased on cer'''"ned ton oil the pnrlilion possible through the courtesv of tnln commodities from this Island "ying fish Mr .1 Percy Taylor. Branch Manlo Canada while on ager of 11 W.l.A and Miss Joan Mr [ < : 1-eaeotk inr PresipOffCUPiM Kvsh. S,.(.-!. ( rv .,! 'h. l'lil-h, itv rtalion appreciably. £10 For Larceny 1 %  > %  'o >ear old An >.„ tlif^id uf Suttle Strati, St Michael was yesterday lined £10 bj Hi-. Worship Mr A. J. II Manschell. Senior MagisM.n. f District • v ..f:, i .ha m round guilt) of (hilarceny of £9 "s 6d iron, John Adams of Si Law1 hrtst Church Cudene Mil who ana aa rharjad artth SandUbrd foi lai than BMI (" %  t .uitit n nl evtdanet to eonvlc' liei Sandtfofd i* tu pa) tha Una tu monthly instalments or in default MX months' imprisonment nii hard labour. The Prosecution said thai John Adams while sleeping at I fill's houpa ma robbed of hts money. mil and B aad tf ord wan talna to the I*ollce Station and search"i uj tba moDsq B/M iumi an S.indifurd. tflU In ii.i dafanoa tatd that on Januui> 4 Adams WBS in her House sleeping Th,. osflCt timrning he awoke and said that h>' Strung up on pieces of had lost monc> Sh, ,, s.,i n Strings on the same doot ladga '"id with $15 whit h she tofrotn her and hid in S broODJ Adams left the bOUM '%  Iifonl ..D.i heist-lf waja tuken to the Polka Stain.n and searche,; b> Poli.rwoman 1^ < on, Wilkiiiwrn who found the money on Sandifoul They wei, thaa ehaMad tdth lareany Th.eaaa was m .., led b) s fc : Hurratl "TOOTS" FALLS OVERBOARD I iwigdusj aiimi Tx)U'.' as h Gausad by his co-workers, fell i vaatafdai as he limbing up the gangway of the Harrison liner lleleiMler wl %  d t ac h arghia cargo from rj K 'Toots" anu ihan faturttlnaj i I'i'i breakfast. He said that he toll badQ and fainted. M. %  i l.ik. i up :iiul brought thon b) .i Ulaboai Hi *wnnad in lha i>.'t A motor car eaine fo k| the Challenor steps, ha oat out .•) iho beat with smlla l his fac' and walked t -Ute.l tu the car which took > homo kl '. %  i hell lUh l ahelf i-. Ih.shell Of :. 100'For Knife Wound Iteny Small of Oall Hill. g| John, was vaahvda) lined iff ihUllllgl with the ;.lternative of 25 Years A Journalist When o ired one >age to eon e *ees Uufish 'o well two mon hB ". imprlsonn^m i,,, will ask Austin h1 he X 0 "*" 1 ""! Uurla Gltlens of T h L ?£rS? *lB>id Tonantn with a knife ' that thinks it Uu but FISHING BOATS Almost daily, betwe close what tkpartoi co he lenrn and thrtu %  %  dim lews pu pen nan for the past ^ears, he worked at the 1 HPV Chicago Dally News. Atlanta Cobham said that the last climcu csaarthutlaci. Detroit Free Piess Almost daily, between 10 and w ANV PMPU bo walk M along HI. X* lake, him l u the southJfeVe,,, C "mCoth ,unn,"' g ol "" IT* Broad Street yesterday lookern part of the U.S.A. and Latin \ n( shipping. ed up in the direction of the Idaal America for the purpose of obtainThe Acting Harbour and Ship Stoic to find out the time from ing Information as to what tourists p m g Master told UM Advocate the large clock that is usually in should do at certain resorts, whit vesterdav that he had often told front of thst store. To their dis. they should see, and on accommothe crews of the boats that It appointment it was removed. dation in the leading resorts, and was against the Mercantile Ship A clerk who takes his lunch at entertainment and transportation (( n g Act for them to anchor their a soda fountain in that area told services. He will then write his boats there. the Advocate yesterday that he own column concerning the He said that on many occa|0l from off Barbados' shore Th. missed the clock very much. Ho various vacation lands. s |ons he had sent Police to tell -orals ;ire imbedded If] depended upon it to find out thd Mr. Cox leaves today for Crenthem to move, but that did not Paris. Also In the rase are ham time to return to work. nda and will also visit Trinidad, make the situation any belter made haalrall Of llfl •) M An employee of a store said Tobago and Jamaica before reHe was appealing to the Rslicrcrab e>e seeds and small sen Hist before the chiming machinturning to Miami on January 18. men to co-operate. shells Among the leetkM : :: SiSffi ^,,!L':, \rs.s-*> zx -=-v.: !" JS x. e Small two weeks 1 the Cm ivhlch to nppeareil in the Advocate a fOl months ago he puts aaldc |he issue as ,1 toUTODh*. Hi his flsh hook to get the name. but his children had torn ou' some leaves from the book. In glass door eases which an attached to the walls of thil n^ >•. Austin has many eoall which ho STOLE ZIPS A line of 2$s. in 14 days or m default one month's imprisonme.it with hard labour w.ts imposed on William HeadlO) of Hank ll.ill. Bt %  b> His Worship Mr. E. A Melted, Magistrate of District "A", yesterday. HaadlaV pleaded guilty of die unlawful possession of Mime zips Which he had in his possession when he was arrested D) Islnini Constable Julian Davis, on Jnnuan D irv wm. added to this clock It used to carry good time and work well -Now that it can speak, it has refused to on many occasions'' D t'RlSG last year 1,658 passengers arrived from Venezuela by air. In all 1.233 plane trips, •were made to the Island and 12.718 passengers arrived. The number of passengers leaving by nlr is 11,784. The amount of plane trips last month was an Increase over November. In that month 122 trips were made and 250 passengers arrived from Venezuela. The total amount of passengers arriving in December i 1.212 and leaving Sir Doc Gets A New Van horn pen These days Airdin carry on a big trad talks of the good days had his shop In FIi " os "" "'• %  his chamois '-_ ond uaad to ship away cuH^'giito wi „ ^ b Street you will see "Doc" McConncy rubbtnt; over the Advocate's newspaper delivery van he drives. "Doc" is 53 and has been a driver for over 30 years. remjlarl To help kc.,, the hi,*mr-alh.. ( , h)> he now sells Oiii.s hair cms -"I „„!,., ..... -r,,„ lrf _, *^„.._ bringing "I passengers from England Shi I,IS Y.W.C.A. Liat of Donations To End of Year 1950 ntvto...iiM-k..oiised • i LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION His Honour the Chief Judge. „.r Allan Collymore, granted three petitions for I-etters of Administration in Ihe Court of Ordinary yesterday as follows;— Priiitoii of t. MsynBfti ot Okrsws „( 1*1 iiu.b.il Hvnjamin Mavn^rd. IV. n „l Adelin* Adam.ll. ChjrttM...,„ „( TiMlMnr SI David*. Cl.ti-1 CO. W..I.—. ... th* Male ol her k lund J..hn Ul ClPttHa 1 \ < % % %  • cnrui If. 1 nada He Is a little widened man who generally wears a black coat and grJ panta. "Dm" now drives n ,_.... — ., — \ew van and he likes the tOUCfa Phttlp DavtdSOtl Oil OOC* Mis happiest inomenls are when The inntin vessel Lady and he gets about :i quarter of a mile schooner Lucille M. Smith from a newspaper centre when off dock yesterday lha delivery is lat There is about a week always J crowd of daily p-per Tl' leaders waiting for their aoPHM an and "Doc" gets the feeling ol being a man of some importunce. night for I'liiini,! l Four pi geis have booker, with the agcni: .in bar for Trinidad BICYCLE DAMAGED H.r is what o do oiler OVtK INDULeCHCC Too much good food ad a,, %  Try Alka-S#lu and •• IKMV much tMttac you tmm\. Alha S.K.-.r %....(i„. bMdacha, natulratifei aicvu gaatii. acidity, -sets you right .gain"! — "••P %  "PP'r ' A< t> S*ltcm handy ahvaya. AlkaSeltzer High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women %  -1 e.~U£7wa*:b ii %  ...~ lint ptuia ..f %  1. .. K%  >< Ufa and rrai i auar ol nin.Khr.rt troul4* i-r on ..( |HO.I>II<.irokM. Com.1 r>.1.1..111. „( |||(h tllood Prvara W sre n sisisi. iwadac a — an %  I Haeh <>' In .1.1 and abov K. paWtsiasa, 11-.I. fMf aod worry. If roa if IhHo .vmpioma. don I mat i -11.air nay. I>>aaaa %  y l* tn iMn t r( Nuca .R..-:i ... ||,.|.|t| ,._ redu PsHlati Mirv^t %  ATM aoH, uik a load ..tr ma (..-att. and mak-a M vaara rwagar In a f-w ilay No.k. .v/Z/'rtv^wiy/AV^^wviM ---*'--', --*-*, *-'.'-,'.'.'.',:', *.'-1 0 titiff I tiiiflii 0/ I; %  EX-GOVERNOR OF PUNJAB ENJOYS RETIREMENT Sir Henrv Craik who spent 4* vears in the Indian Civil Service before he retired in 1M3. told the \dvacate vesterdsy that he had B very happy time in India, serving most of his time in the Punjab He arrtvad ED Barbados from England on Thursday on his first vStt to the West Indies and is spending the winter at the Ocean View Hotel He said that he got on well with the Indian people Jle liked them and believed they liked him. He hod many friends among them and rearetted leaving India very much. Asked what he thought about the Kaimmere dL'ipute. he said that owinm to the bitter feelings arising out ot it, both Governments ot India and Pakistan were spending B varv large pan of their IWiW on the defence foices. apparently in the expectation that they might have to fight each other. Unfortunate For Poor He thought it was doubly unfortunate at a time when the cost of living was very high and the poorer classes of the po|.ulati...i were suffering very much in n*equsoce Neither aide, he said, leemed to As he drawn near i<< though he lnm.cl! bad written the bent articles In the paper< behind 3T w^" 1L X him. He will tell you thul it is B wit 'AIM not thai ho llkos the paper to go William Aiir*d lo prr s |aU>, out when you see him get tense as though he is ncing the crowd ol IN nawapaper centre, you wonder whether -Doc" really likes to miss hn .ludience "Doc" Mc Conney was a chauffeur to a private car owner for M veil-, and he has also worked with the Biitl->h Union Oil Company, but these were drab day compared to his newspaper delivery work Prefers Driving As a boy. he learnt the ei gin* Bar and mechanic trades, but ( %  Her decided that he liked driving west. He rcmemben whei .he first 'Dus Co. was forncd BrBOUl 1014. tlM Diamond T whirl .. io run 'bu*e* ti st Luc; Though they were few "buses am lie would have been proud t> '•Hve one, he did not mind tha" he did not. for there werr n r.any cars either and people h ol %  n on a car driver as they do pilot now. "Doc" drives all over the Islai and can tell you of the sk.ll tekes when going down II Newci-lle and such places. "Doc" is squeamish and had somewhat of .1 In.'i* BSBjt] %  Suddenly mat on lo the nviin rowi Wd 11 were not goo" he might have killed a f-w or got himself THE lurry A -78 (.vvn.-.l :u..' spendm driven by Baitjailllli Vaughn of I repaii-St Andrew, w.is loVOlvad in schooner Philip II. David:on accident at Eagle Hull BOOU! 'iw/ag takan up lha SUM evenii g i> m yratanlay srtth the i French motor vessel Sediefleld M mm l>> Si \u which has been lying alongsi ie 'f H-iwell'. Cress llond and ridIhe dock for Ihe past four weeks don > %  Dl Of Killcame to Barbados for the purposi man Land, Blaeh Hik nf docking She has not yet be-'i Tha i*0rJ( •' %  i Ol lha imaged be prepared to compromise and there was no outside authority that could find a solution; hence thev must find it for themselves Bom in England. Sir Henry Jo.ned the Indian Civil Service in 1899, and after serving in various capacities, he was finally made Governor of the Punjab In 1938 He relinquished thai post in 1W1 when he retired from the Service but was asked to return for two years as Political Adviser to the Viceroy in his capacity as Crown Representative to the Indian States. He returned to Ensjlanu ai the end of 1943 and spent the last three winters abroad. Twice he went to South Africa, but last year he was in the Far East. Malaya and Siam. Sir Henry has two daughters who are married and live In Englaad He succeeded on his elder brother's death in 1929 to the Bariinetcv conferred on his father, who "died in 1927 In 1932. he was made a Knight Commander of the Order of the Star of India, and in 1941. a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Indian EmStiff Joints? Aches? Sprains f Just apply Sloan's Liniment lightly tov You Will fool Sloan', doine you food Bt once. It acts quickly — soothe* and comfort, and drives out all Inflammation. isoa aaa ras PICTVII as sa. uoaa sa rai paflBs SLOANS Liniment n FRESH SUPPLY OF .PURINA HEN CHOW! %  (SCRATCH GRAIN) I !H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. Di.iributor. ] JUST ARRIVED" "TRINIDAD" ORANGE JUICE RE SURE TO ORDER YOUR REQUIREMENTS FROM YOUR DEALER TO-DAY. AT ONLY 33c TIN SPECIFY "TRINIDAD" ORANGE JUICE £njoH WZttAic fam ths gbupAA o$ tha WlaAhM ON THE NEW 1951 BUSH RADIO TWO IMPROVED MODELS NOW AVAILARLE I.II.S.-l.-.- Tube — K.B.S.I. . Tube 9118.00 — S00.00 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Brod Street. I



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. JANUARY . 151 HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNE1 NOW...WI STIE3 1oO LS-I 3 I PttOCBB^ AT ?do OEJME? > CUT M-WECS -9 -Afc\! ^•t ',' / SLOVTN %  \." -rH30u3M -E N\>.A_E "r^OCV .' ^ THE LONE RANGER EASE OPC A. CC^-S PO^-6 %  — TO e-'AsacA*:? i MOuTM OPeN, •-BBSS> -— At— Bt? CVE2 'N A K^ ifc^^^ BY FRANK STRIKER tO%$i QQW RS ;.Wtflt TO FCU^V. AN OLO-TiMSHTO* GCtPCLA' TMPWSTMf TOWNf If HE'S IN TOWH' AND WF MAVF NT 4wONT TAK17 t.Or. \ C'VJGMT UPTOTUT fft"V TO HHP Hi( f MAflSHAL lEAVT TOWN TTMEN LEAVE WITH CROOKS FOUOtftal/ THAT MAN [*< %  YOU PLAN /—^=fANO 0)M£ U/ITW .ME'EVERY SECOND [COUNTS! BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS 'J-MTPAXACATOJ% %  %  ( .T, SOUTH — Mi ^ %  LEAVE IT TO MC I'LL FIX (T--IU. TILL MSC -SHE '•S RIFLE, HIM JUST P.6UT/J TOO'LERSMWE FAST? ICONl" MWE.tHEVRE sA'-LKILLERSfWECANT RIM HER LIF1-1HEV woNTatr "I FAR %  ""l-"—H't WHEN BUYING MATCHES ALWAYS ASK FOR SWEDEN S BEST MATCH "THREE STARS" ON SALE EVERYWHERE End Rheumatism While You Sleep %  H rm mM— it*** wwlW MIM If lolrU <• >• uiita. Mtoa> tout Mood u r a n — —. r*~'*>. % % %  % %  • -••" %  • — *> Mtfkl*. D-i-. N.| Mn > €*•*•• IMMtat f*M. %  -'--• ••• %  —• .*i.in.i im IMI ncli %  % %  •" •* rlUlU root ( %  %  •! IB* troiiM* D. —• If-U-rM %  IK^< f .^ X ^*^ • MUMMM t*4 nut. •• >wR im .M MH.I 4 t^m MM. M4 I-.-. i !" .'-•rtM I a ii •! i*~ltn-*nM>i"i •*•> p"—"• Ml •€>•* %  !)• lllCh •• %  • •*•" •"<• %  •• I I W NII.I IMM IM atitit* inuiB hM hY Owtwt. Cht-Om. M4 TI tcuMiii ind > mliv — IntWi .hn *^. Mi J O ••!*•• /t %  < %  '( U a-4l • i.|tx •xIA k IIIIII %  •* Mil. roari-na") r"'" .!,*( a . t\.-*i iti'niH ( -< (*• %  f fear* M* / ..r. M> P t <'-! CliCa Aai fffl*4 %  * "• I —7T— /or Cystex::.s.r. MWMMIIEW BMIOMATII*' BUSINESS OR PLEASURE FLY HOLIOA YiJVG r\ U.K. ? Deliveries can be arranged in the U.K. for the popular VAUXHALL CARS Full dclnils uill bo gladly given on application lo • i.oiti it i i mm LTD. Hhilepark (COURTESY OARAGE) OI.I461B THE ADVOCATE HAS THE BEST BOOKS IN TOWN!! HERE'S ONE OF THE NEW NOVELS "AH IRISHMMSDIARY" BEIA* By PATRICK CAMPBELL ADVOCATE STATIONERY. BWIA To TRINIDAD Singlo 1 32.00 Rilurn | S7.N S DAILY FUGHTS CARACAS Single $ M.M itetura %  172.80 FKKQUENT FLIG HTS ST. LUCIA SingU $ lg.00 j R>urn $ J2.40 FREQUENT FLIGHTS MARTINIQUE Single 1 27.00 j R*'urn $ 48.00 I FREQUENT FLIGHTS JAMAICA Single S IMM Return W42.00 FREQUENT FLIG HTS PUERTO RICO Single 1 3.00 Re'ura I7.40 FREQUENT FUGHTS MIAMI Single $ 274.00 R'urn M03.20 FREQUENT FLIGHTS lOTH ANNIVERSARY BRITISH WISI iKIOiAN AlntUYS Airways Home, P.O.S. Lower Brood Street, Hrldirtown. Phone 4S85 •sgra! 1EALTH BENEFI1 FREE FROM HARSH IMPURITIES NO INJURIOUS AFTER-EFFECTS SAFE IN ACTION CASTOR OIL %  ••• tun t iiiiiiii ui.. i M ore profitable egg productionwill usuallyfollowwhen:if.'wiim<|)l.iri calling for Ful-0-Pep Chick SUner& Growing Maah is uied. JUL-Q-PEP MJby Th Quolitw Ot* Company '•r lofor-uliltd *rf*fi I %  ••(.ti ^ %  M. JOMI 4 CO.. lid. P. O. !• %  11 tld|*f** A tit for Ful-Q.P^p Poultry F.WIi.g 9uUt~1f% fr..



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SATIRUAV JAM ARY C. IMI BARBADOS ADVOCATK I'M.I -HI'. CLASSIFIED ADS. !" ,r!MrrMES TELEPHONE 2UI THANKS FH KENT HO IJSfS eXm IN MHMORIAM 'We inter tltouifti ttui onb ihoe* wl The pain of palling Alice B Carmele. Lucilk H In Mil Broth* i. I iiOON HHATH %  l can tall -iihout farewell •It-then F-paleta >-trr Henderson. Nephew S.l M—In IV hmng IBM Bi .. our dear belov.e, Slip I'.llin JO*e.PH WK1 CH •!' .1". I Kill. 1*U . %  . %  a. %  FitrgcraM N 6 1 51 —In itl In Marine lid. B...H III M eoter. Aoelv on th* p**ru*cs to train, A. -eyre* NOTICE P\l-H Ol -I (SI.RIH Appluwllun. il| ( V ,„. UMNI|(M up I.I Thui.d*' Jan "tl T *•*'*•" VeMrr Mutaf girl. IIM. .t MM A. !*,.. ci Applicant, nufl be (M M o| P., %  anew W BtceiMned rlmimiikvfi aM *i"" "M a* of II and II >e*r. Application* must be accompanied 0* ic:ine*lee and applicant, mu-i orevnl thequaha. to inhftdniMlri -I j.ir.uary .2th .i jo a.m • Veal SI. A-.drew %  MM N IMI KM a Te-nm* Court Tele",1SI--Stl WATTRs-' Sux.r Sand. liM.ni.hed ..in all modem ranvtlii • Urge bramoni.. miming >itei .n e.ch SaMndid %  <* Dwwn %  tBrVtaMg roqnt from Jar Dul Barhado. Dv. K„k. %  .• Ham H.i nnlng nh* liYti—|n NOTICE TBF i-ti'i.ii op st wawtw rourteen pairaaii* hiving been nmmuv led a* Candldai*. for th* V | ArMWw I BareBv ikrlii' i lo U a J*ull al th* Ve.tr. Room ne*i "Be Alaaahoua* ait Monday tin Januar%  Ml. beginning betaeiii the houi of I 1 '?*_.? "". -nd r, * ,n "P"> '"' the election of 10 VnliMP'" Sqmed W W. WOIHH.1 Sheriff and rre.id.-ig Officer. Dated Jan Ind. IMI 3 1 Sl-i NOTICE P*V*UgSJ OF T. LIT* IM III M fiJUJBS CMh '.„ i. '. '.i I Oil SALE (Infer The Uunmri lf.iirn.ni AUTOMOTIVE CAR Sin, !" %  Mr. 10 M. illi IMI. Bminnlna between the haul* a %  and 9 O-ctMrfe uj Uw niotmna; nn d tfOaaM ,it • (i %  i,. r i-.'k-cthtn ," raatrvawei I. SI.K-. Ml'. ShrttfT I I :i 4n •. Worthing on Wedi.c-J .* '"""• >•> taifinninR al II K oVI.^ k l.( houaehi.l | luniiture whicn include* I M.-h, rinmi Tabu--Hi, Chair.. 1.5^^ < ,""" 1 ' U '' Ca.pet. S Mahoa R.-k.,. i \|ah Nail Chair. ^ Br.aKfaBt Table, tolth 4 painted Chair. 1 Mai ,.n W^rdrofce. I Vainly. 1 Mahal CLant of Drawer.. I Pumied double Lvdlejd. aprUia and maltre-a. I h>|, .M-illrewara. a HUTOIV l KM. l..iide.. Collection of Jlcture* UlaiuUli .MI nuiiy oihac itanu. KlUbei ..( n.Uie.t Tr. CaWDAicv A ScU AuCNOTICE PARINH or -T i MUM l liereb. a-ive Notice th.it *. II Canlldate. have been nominated %  fit and icopcr i>erM>na to rer.ii.r-it the Vratn o. the J-ari-h of Ml Philip for I he MM POI and aa only Ian are required bv .-• I will hold a poll at the Pariah hurch Bojt Xfhool neat Mondav the llh January IMI > el ween the hour* ol THOMAS A CATIJN, Rherlfl 4 I II In CAR I I* H P. I C>1 Vauihall in perfect work in* order. Oood IJT4d and halleiy Applv (,. T S Bliketl. Wra. Road. SI. Michael Tan H P Apply i rle Idteciimoe %  tin ?mall M SBC I ORRY (..-i < %  •< Q Carafe %  I l-i. r> with at Furl Roval :. 1 11 4i. TRUCK One l.*-l drive Chevrolet Coii.ptote with plalfonn liceiiaed M May IM) • %  tonai A I order. Ideal (or rarllnf cane from HeldM.00O Appl' A. S. Alwell. Fortcacua ,St Philip. &f Ill—In CAR 1. .1 %  ( i. ChevrELKCTRICAI. CIinsUN nUDOm .Amattcani II ruble fl with Interior deep Freeie. tl.ree B IT. amrantee — Alao other rrl
1—n MISCKIXANEOrS coii^i-smu; sAH-iNc. BOAT Complete with utl, Oar. etc New en Apply for parllcuLirH Pn*t OfWe B tAtillS' Embroidered Aml-Ihaautlful deUfn* and colour* |u*t npaned ai-aln for youYee! !('• at THANTS Pr. Wan. Henry *< PHI MA" and Swan at. i4.ii.9-i.f n LADDER SPORT COATS In anami. ed .Ire and harte*. epeclal lor 1h cool beulhei tn-'i M.-h'T,. rtre— •hopv iBrixtd Btreel) 4 Ll* BY %  MatructMHi* received I will H l| .**! Gauge. Roebuck SI nppo.it 4oruvlan Church on Thuiada. Jan'u in llih .it 1 pm. <|i ItU ;i i H. |i Terioplane r.i % % %  ttl By imliiictHMia CommiMloner ol Pouci Station. fallowlii. Khaki pant*, ill hln. il. Doitlc. of rum. i|i bolllri ol ex.kin. ol radflah. rie*>. on ton %  old locket. I|I ripping iraty. One tin o( Tenjili enl othei il#m of mtereat D-AteCY A SCOTT. Oovt Auctioneer Jl.tl—* I qoanl.I, UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER " Tueadav tin by order ol Mr* Irt, E. Tryhane we will Mil her Houae appomimenta at Bagatelle St Thomas which uicludx rfe.v good Dlnng Table with Patent ari.w to aaat II. Upright and Arm Chrln. Ur|r Mlr'd China Cabinet Mlney and Ornament Table*; Her bh* Chain. Rock era. Corner Chair*. Couch: Settee. Mlr'd Halaland. Dining Table (Seat %  • all in Mahogany; Caxpe' and Congnleuni. Piano Mei.tr %  %  'iger in perfect i-ondllion. I>.\nling> Reded Blind*; 309 Day Clock. Olaea v I China. Tea. Coffee and Dinner Sell; Ptt'd Ware In Vaaea. Sweel Dl.he. etc l>h Knlve. and Fork*, and Cake Pork. In Catei. Silver Pru* Cup won by Moor Bird. Barometer. Jardlneeri Pine Liquor and Waggon. Three Whig and Double Ml.d Pir.M-.. Hinglr llnUtead, DucltNl Dieaalng Table. Shaving Minor.. Tiireau. 3 Pol'd Screen all In Mahogany; ; ingle and Double hn.. Red.tead. and 8'"ingn. While Painted Pre*.. G E. fta. I.Iterator iwoiKlng orden I .ardor*. Kitchen Cabinet. Florence .1 Burner On Plove and Oven. Milk Can.. Churn, and Meture. Domo Cream Separatur In perrect rondltMm. A Dominion WaUiIng M.i.hne. perloct condition Ikmk-, am' nth., item*. fate 1)30 o'clock. Term* StrWtllii: \MU i: TROTMAN *V CO.. \in ti"n.-.-. 1.151—n %  ku .. M %  Me.r 0. their Ware HI. ratu uxlird Steel D-Arry A Scoti AWtM BEAL ESTATE le nhape of pretty packed in l-lb kta. Retailed at !*• Phi. Ohmlnablr ..in J. N. Ooddard Ir Son-. 8 K Co** %  Co. W M r.ircl Q OOa r aj Trader A Ltd A Daniel If vour dealer dnn"! .tool Dial M39 0 1*1—1. Imlna gear. He Apply 5 III—In IICMiAMiW 'New II n....-.' Krnaiugton N Road. Containing I. bedrooma. Drawing and Dining room' kitchen, toilet and both etc For par ticular. applv to F. A. Marshall Phom t*M 41 11. -•> NOTICE AT meeting of Uuelect.irx nl the P*rl.h of Rt Thoma* held In the S| Thorns. Boya' School on Ind Jan IMI in|>' It member, were Mnmlnaied I ihrrelore declare thr ("llowing dull elected Veatrymen lor the Paruh of 81 Thoma. for the year IMI Cave. Arnold Everlen Collln.. Cyril Mandovllle Olli. Luahingion Danril Gooding. Ueliian Theador* Mahon. Julian Aubrey Reeve.. Vernon Euleiv Sandllord Kenneth Smith Thome. John Henry Clifford Cmper Waleotl. Stephen Allevne Wation. David Adnlphu* duly elected Vrttrymen for the Parlth ol St Them*, for the lear IMI B H MOORK Sherlfl tui—m IliI OK L1CENSK NOTKT Thornnui l Ch Ch Will Ikated nu. ltd da nt .'inuatv IMI T.i •. W IIAHrtH. Eaa • rung Po.tce Maga Haw. D..t B) Signed C CARTER N B Thu appticaiion -i,: he con., der*d) ol a Laeenawg Court lo be held al Police Co.nt. Dili I %  on Tuei. our Ha* : ^ Mag.. lAaWCBJ %  to, Dul B • 1 11—It MQl'OK I-KrNSF NOTlCI The applarMlon ol I ...m.ta Holder ol a) Miel.-el (,-. ,--i M,.lt L.q,.or. it lorey wooden Buildup m <: Bavtera R.i CM) Dated thla llh day of Jiriuvt IMI I HA TA1.MA Eaq Police Magistrate D Shfned LUCINDA HiiUMUt ApplM*IV N H T ... apt.ii all..i. -ill be ,oi dered at Licon ,iu| Court to be held at Police Court. J.Mrtrt A'" o n MOIL d-v the 1Mb day of J.nuar IMI *• II o clock, am H A TAIJdA. Police Magl.tiati-. Hi.i A" 4 1 t in .0\MI\MI \T M I'll IS UQUO* UCENBE NOTICE I'NIVKKSITY Or* LOMM>\ M.>lruulalruu KxumiiiBliiMt — Junr lil a K Oeorae. I sp..nMah died Jua>. „V" All persons d4Mirou9 of cnurm* for lot June IMI MaituuUr'..\orily of Lundon ahouhl foiv-jid LBM %  iti l Ihc Dvpmtmon'. of Educgilion not iBtoaT t|ujn pgMn January. ItSI: — in A U'Uci aVltuiK out lh> subject! !u be tRkot:. IMim. dale of birth and oddrrsi (ill A B.,pli9mal Cfrtnica:(ill) A irrupt (roni Barclay Bank (D.C fc O.i paM a fg* of:—' ^itarheo .i ihr Co Baled ihiTo the Police Maai-triie DM n AltntUtALD HUTCHlRtON. ADDl'CB"' apptteation will be r.ui.iOeie.1 H f.mn. %  || CIRCULAR UpptV Cnllymore Rock. (a) a>ii2tr—foi candidatw isluna full nWoaUttdJeci Ill EL 1.0—,. one (l| subim |gj compirttrnoiriculation qualification (cl £1.11.6— .. one part to complete Matriculation .nullification, luis been forwaided by mail transfer to the External Itrjnstrar. University of London I'M III VOlKf Thr allftllioil of 4ll goatoaMMM IpAtlirularly drawn to Ihr i4t thai thr Matriculation lamInollnn will nut tie ftttM after June UW |..irinioiu of Education. JTlh December. 195(1 NOTICE ihe Ve. i % % %  beam noti the Pari.h o( St. ] iind a* onlv ten aie required h> I will hold a Poll at the Vealry m over the Dnpenury n*i Monday tth day of January IMI between hour, ollin and 4 pm. S A DURAMT, J.P. Sheriff 4 1.51—In Dear Sir/Madam. Ou Tuesday, January 2nd. 1951. I was again nominated ns a candidate for the parish of St. Michael. My knowledge gained as a Vestryman for the past 4 years and my achievements won on behalf of the parishioners will again be of service lo you in condurtinq the 1 the parish In view of the contested election which takes place on Monday. January Sth. al the Parochial Buildings. Cumberland Street, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.. I am a^ain solicitini? your support, trustyou will record one of your votes in my favour. Thanking you in anticipation. 1 am. Yours for Service, THOMAS W. MILLER. 5,1.51 —3n, St. Michael, appointments in the Public Service Appointments will be made -ubject to the selected candidates being paused a medically fit for employment in Ihe Public Service, aiul will he on iwo *Hn pi.il.nnuv The minimum educaUonal standard which will be accepted i* a pass in Ihe Cambridge Local School Certilicntc or '.miLar examination of equivalent standard. Applicants should be not lew than 17 and not more than 21 years of ige. 3. The salary attached to the nppuintinvnts Is nt the rate of $480 per annum for the lint two years, then at the rale of JtiiM per annum rising by annual increment* of $72 to 5012 per annum, and subject to annual increments of $72 to $1,776 per annum, and thereafter, subject to the passing of a second efficiency leg!, at UN ratt .if $1,872 by mnual Increments of $96 u> $2,180 per annum 4. Applications ghoul.I gdj nygJa mi haRM obtainable from the Colonial Secretary'g Office and mu't ba ra 4ur B? l nd later than 4 p.m. Monday the ISth of January 29th December. 30 12 SO—3n. NOTICE I 11:1.11 OF BT JAMBS I hereby give Notice that a. 1 didate* have been nominated a* fit and proper pet-on. lo irpre.ent Ihe Veatry for Ihe J*arl*h f SI Jam*, lor the leor IMI. and ai onav by law I will hold a P Boom near the Pariah Churrh naal Mondav. the tth gav ol January 1M1 !*<,. Ihe hour, of %  am and 4 pm GKORC.E EOERTON TAYlX>n. 4 1 ll-ii I ClOLNOT1CE ILFCTION FOR THR VBSTRl OF TBB i-i l-n OF ST. MICHABL NnfTaW perwn. having been nomln.led for Hi* Ve.tr-. of the pariah Df SI Michael, a Poll for Ihe election ol M.teen will he taken at Ihe Parochial I'uildlng., Cumberland Btree' ,. da] neat the tth. .losing i beginning between Ihe r. o'clock in Ihe I i"' The following POLLING STATIONS >.t\r been provided under Ihe provision* of ihe Ballot Act. 191 Me 1 POI.UNO STATION Ihe Parnchlal Build \.,l. bafg I. allotted nwne. begin wit • 1" tbolh mclualvei and in* thereto will be b> way of the inc Church warden*. Office No. %  : POI.LIMI BTATIONL Tt.e fraead Soar of the parorhoil Buildingi I* allMlcd to Voter* wl i bo :i, KADET PARTS rntlal. front aaarmMy Archer. SIM. PFRMANFNT %  lor your record %  eedle* of all kind*Price II M Record, ol aH kind, too A BARNTS ft CO. LTD SS.ISK.-t.ln. KATE One l-rge Flte-Prool Safe I" perfect eondllion Dlmen.len. IrUdde 3 feel wide bv S feet high. AppiR. S. Nicholl* Co Telephone No 3tt TI.I0—Ifn SCALES Platform '.apeTHE OENEHA1 B'don Ltd. Phone 4*17. B TRAHJOt 4 ton At (arorge built, rapaclli Plantation Bt 8.111—6n YACHT 1 ft WHTrM (Bat go *t Morgan 4BM %  Out) and all the it Dial Prank Bl 81—Sri WANTED CANE WEIOHEIt Pa.t *>perM-' aaatnUII and poaalblllty of permanent employment to aultable applicant. Applv In writing to UW*T Eatele OTKe* Kt MichBOl S3 AllenUoi, Ml H A Dowdlnfl J.IAI—On 'VBftaaTJCR At Wnodland Plai len, St Oeorge Apply hi peraon with roni mondathm* 8 1 H-^n MISCELLANEOUS CIRCULAR :w Elector-.1 *1 1 We the luidermentmnexl ha .omliL.ted lo Bgrvg if elected FOR -Mi OB BENT ItEsiDGNCE A two Storev Wooden Uildlng In Hlndaburr Road, near 1-mlle lono Very Roomy On it* own land Boo Me n William. Bailer. Road Bridgetown L S.1JI—nonging THE ii tlertlgned Will Ml up for by public Comnetlllon at Uielr Roebuck Street, fcldganawn. on day ihe inn Initant at 1 p.m BVAJftON Win. the land thereto beloni mining 19.111 Mutit feel Top Rock. ChrUt Chur-h The dwelluighOuM romprlM* three bedroom, with largo built-in cupboerdn. %  pacioii. lounge, dining room, and modern kite hen. together with Iwo Iliad toilet, ami bun. Bervnril roomand garage. The property commanda mag. i inter.! view For further partlouiar*. inopecilon and condiii'inof Sale, Apply lo R S Nl-h-iH. A Co Telephone SMI. let H. MAL'IUCE CAVF. f and Reluming Officer 3 !.'—n |>> tiui>e> facullie. and Ihoae I Medicine and of Burgery. ApplL.tlnn form* and pamphlet* giv lit all necroary information mas b. .hi lined from the MeglMr.r. Unlvecl O College ol Ihe We.i |,„||,. M..,.. Ji-molca. or from Ihe Beiidcm lUBMl H E*lr.i-Mural atudlea or the ggeueoUOl IV-|...(tment in the Ui.i'Oi Cilbtxai Ciilonle*. Clo.ing date for application! 1> January 31. IML xekalarihlp aaM % %  hlblUaa. l.t IMI. A number of Ci.iver.i,. College Ope* Stlvolardiipii aovernmenl rjhibitn.n. a'id Exhlblllonr from olher %  nirre. wll IM awarded in IMI on In* reaultl 0UkP UnlvetMly College SchoUrahip E ..itiinatlon to be held al Ihe ame inn. ihe entrance examination. The award* available In 'MI are I a. ...... < oHe.e Open i. .. .. b i % %  Ml ol which not le lh*n l-n will Irf .warded In Arl. nt.d not le than two lh Natural Sclei.ee. Thee w.ll lie na aWafda in Medkine ( %  blhllUn Nali 11 laateaa Bahlbl I...F-.I, I,. ..-.. . 1 >ne in Art'. N*lur..l Mien APPOINTMENTS IN THE PUBLIC SLttVIOE A|i|ilmitu>iiale iMVttCd tloiii .1. ... uiilj loi U'l. .il I I HI l< L1BRARV Applications are invited from men. between the a*es of 21 and *o vean, fcr training over-eas m the work of a Librarian. Applicants should hold the minimum qualillcatlon of a recognised School Certilirate with credits In English and one other language Preference will be given to University Graduates. 2. The selected applicant will probably be required to take the correspondence course offered by the Regional Library (British Court i I) from Januai> to June IMI leading to the Entrance Kxamlnatlon i thu Library Association Subsequently be may be required to attend recognised Library School in the United Kingdom for n period ol if year commencing September. 1951 in order to qualify as a Char t"red Librarian. 3. It is intended that the seliKtoxl candidate should be attached ti the statT of the Library in the llrst mstnnce and Iw uppolnhtd substantive Librarian when the Office becomes vacant in April. 1953. prnvlded ho completes satisfactorily the course in Library tnlntttfl 4. Applications should be luhmitted to the Colonial Secretary, nI laler than the 13th of January. Further mformnuon will he Hip* I'!: d on application lo ihe Secretariat LIQIOE LICENSE NOTICE MMS ..1 Detghtoo Wweke. %  .older nf I u l..e-w No 443 ol Ml giail-.l %  .e.pr, ... ^op attached In IW.lde.we at gwi lilt %  %  at Jackwm *• luted tin. Mr. d-S ol Janu*n ISM i V U.lBiH gag %  one* Magaatiai. Dl-< A Sgd DaUOHTUN WKKht-a Apolitai i M I'hi. %  apii.atK". i Hi l...IIaorad at t.leonaing Coott la be held •I Pol.ce Couri DleKHi A on \lday lh* lllh day of J.nuaii IU1 I II ocloek an, B A McLSXin Polite M*gi-ir..U Di-I A IHIK'K LICENSE NOTIC1 The appbeauuu ..g leaal '9/ A HARPER Eaq A,tin fc Mu. Magi*trate D I I AM An SI B T • iM U > 1 • %  " baohl %  .. u \ W IIABPCJ*, UQI 1H>PR II 11.1Anpl.canl l. ...,..de.l Bl a Lieen-in* Coui 1 n> be held al Police Court, D n ,.n ihe lath da? oi Jaauary. GO\f r ERNMENT NOTICE i.Kl nsii rUOPERTY KHillTS AND INTERESTS YUGOSLAVIA AND CZECHOSLOVAK! \ entiilnl to elalsn ID u^pecl nt I'lLhe-r biiiiileil his or hei i I.. %  ni thereto are i'u-:..tlian nf Kiien,. Properly, the lilh a list or schedule in duplicate I | !li nish lubject who is H; :ggj gl nve and has nut >ei lie.ehy icqulred lo furnish Thi itmldlngs. Brtdgetown. •hi iwing: — ta) Name and addfesa of Claimant (bl Uriel particular* and nature of cialm frl Estimated amount of claim. (d) Citizenship tie. United Kingdom and ('ninnies DC Com mnnwcalth) ol claimanl i i.iims must Iw received by the CuModi.m of %  m-im Pri.peri' l later than 15th January. 1B51. dhllilv Far Recall of Keservi-ls of HK Mjeslys Eorcos in The t'nilrd Kingdom Who Are KcMdrnt in Karhudns Reservists of all three services ->hould be in no doubt Ol laaflff Individual liability, and the documents iMued lo personnel on iheir icleaic make it clear that any changes of address should be riotHted to Ihe Service Dt-paitmeni BOncermtl If the intention of reservists living in the United Kingdom to proceed overseas is imllncd. tho ioservc liability is then confirmed or cancelled and tin individual tmcemed is notified at •oubt. therefore, should nent concerned olonial Secretary's Office 3rd January, I9M. oldingly. Any offlei'i's or 'onimunlcale dJreet with tlu who in SfiA i> Pi'iiai' linrSKCKAFT CENTRE The foJlowtng | ini'.i.i'Tiiiu. -f Day 1.1 ihe lliiii-eerari CCfltlT, BtV StTf i la) Brad March. IML Monday 1U.00 p.m.—12.00 noon BAY STREET ind Evening clas*i Will n| from HocuJar, ISth Jnuari to (.lit Square feet ol land with a frontage ol 1) fl and a two rtntey wall bulMlng at la." BS) Street. Nr. Manning a Co. \' P I id Street Nr Hoeburk Street. On* amall pmperty Thl piopeity car, be uaed aa a rcMdenc* and work shop t garage. Price amall At While Park Nr Harhadoa Poundi> ijt* Square icet of land and houae The p"ce of lh* land I. II tO per *q 0 and the hot. e will be given lor nothing Will those perin. -ho wanted lo ILi.ting, on the S*a .d Roeklev get Ir RCY A. SCOTT. Agtil el Auctioneei • I tl— lr get a pioperiy al II between Hart. Oap LOST A FOUND LOST Ml ,.. i poUe* i' %  attend the pol • ••" ,ry *th *nd reeonl our JOHN REVNOI D Al %  RfPl II" KENNETH t'ARLTON ON FA I.F I'UUC NCSEL SIOCOUnT IVAN Ct-YDF. SOBERS. i OST in .da tl and He f Help. B.T.C. VICKETS SK-r.e W. H MOO lo 9: 1 M to %  riai. Ttaa. TOM. :. wat. '37. TSM. 73t K 4400 lo 29. K. lifts. ?1M. ?1M HOI TIM SIM A receipt in the narr. of Ch.irle* OlbbOiia lor Ihree Book, n Serle. K TMB, 4S3t. SIOO. *IM> ve, %  mall box containing tablet, and other paper* Finder i. requested lo retiin hn Donald lUrewood. Urarelle. Hoa.i SI Michael or 'Ba.liad< Turf ritih rinder Will be r'warded g.lJN— In NOTICE Be Eatabt of ASHTON STINTBRor HINT iDee*..ed> NOTICE IS HEHEBV GIVEN that all |<-ntnn* having any debt or claim upon affecting the e lilr ol Aahlon inthntp Hunt, late of the V.M.CA. u-lel In Ihe pari.h of Saint Michael id l.lund of Barbado. who died in I. UUnd on the Itth day of July 4*. are hereby required |i .end in parliculara of than claim duly Heated, lo me Ihe under, igned In are nf Me**r. Hulehmaon A Hanrleld. lolicilor.. JBm*. tlreet. Britigen>i %  i or before the 1Mb dav of February Ml. alter which date I -l-ie.11 proceed o dlatrlbulo lh* *.*t. ol UN .-t-lr .inong the pa.tle. entitled Iheretn having regard to th* debt, end cl.lm only of which I shall Ihen have had notice and that I ahall not be liable ,r aaaeU vo dltrlbultd lo aiv IMSMn. I -I, . ,( whoa* debt lied Btfe %  M I Kl. i lribulK-i AND all peraun. Indebted I., lh. r.M ettol* are requested U, wtlle thel, L.i.,int# without dt i-> iMtnl thlMh dav of IMceriibei ItM '.Till. PALI.I.MIhCOl'H* *.V IIINIm q ._i,i-i %  i "*i A.blo.i Wlnthrop Hunt. deceaaeO t 1S.S9--4.I "..iierm Oil* tat ht Lai l.inid>4 Three in Art. or Natural S. ia.n.i. Bihlhlllan One Natural Bcience* or Med.rim Farqahar aa Mtaaa.lai Two in An. or Natural Scie ..il.hti.i aea.lar.hlp Oru. Nitu.-. neiei,re. o. Medium P*tr.l>**a i lo .1 r-.hli.iiii.il. One in Art*. Nal i %  •• t. Medicine Pull particular, of lhe*t al a pamphlet which may b* from me llegi.ira. ol ihe College or from the BeMdent 1.11. .Mural Sludle. ... lh.Depai'rneni. in lh* iinu h C'oloiile*. Clo.ing date Mr i fas taty Ml IM| I'l IISOMI pubUr are heieby again.: VIOLA .nge lllll. ratting any debt or debt* in mry na i le*. by a written olde r .ignd b* Sgd BRANDIORD SKEETF.. Talloi 8 1J1llupublic *re eiebv warned again. 1 K.lng i-redlt lo any per*or or peraan* name i> 1 'Wi net I. .MI mv*ll riraoiiWbl* for anvona conany deM or debt, in my n*tne -r.iim ..roe. .igiMd by me Signed VAL MeCOMIg. ll-.v Sfe.1 ft Mhrhai t in i> fl MAIL NOTICES Cailbbee will be clad pn*l Office an undert a...i Ordinany atail al tth of January. IMI Arne I'nily lliiih Srhool lOR'.Il KIM. ST. aad WHITE PARK n.iMt'rr.1 .lib the oepartmeat af tdaeaUaBi Re-open. T.-*a>. I tin Janu.r^ IMI Entrance Cam Mon tth and Tuei 9th. •ijo m. rntranc* Fee 1430 To -chniar.nip. will be awarded ta %  uerea. ful candidane. All pipit* m.al bring n.n' i.:ii5rit Pup.i. are tutored ta i (C i-landain *ioeeial Eve n.iLg Claaae. in Commercial Ruble***. Individual atieotiop i Send r.i'ir child and watah rapid ImJ N StiepHFRD. tUtd ftagggg tl tl .-in LIOLOR LICENSE NOTICE 1 The application nf Tom Jone. gt Son* | • .I I nt..utidr. Si Michael lor perm..gleti i„ vtl ggBarttS. Malt Laquor.. Be. i bottom floor ol a wall and wooden Cheap Ide. City. n.nd ti... 4ih dpv of Januarv. IMI. T. II A TALMA. 1—1 %  m i*i A Sgd. TOM JflSTES A poli.-ant .uplitai-.n ill lie eon.idng Court to be held ai Pniiee < "A" On Moogajg the 1Mb d-r of January MSI at I am. II A TAIAIA. |'.iiice Maganraie Dili A INCOME TAX NOTICE Notice is hereby gm %  :. that Income Tax returns JIC ii-iuirtu troni every married man whose income is 51.20000 per annum over, from every oti,. whose Income is $720.00 per annum or over and from companies whether IncoipmattM nr '.inincorporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade Of protessioti, and owners of land 01 property whether a taxable income has accrued during Ihe past year or not. Forms of Return may be obtained from the Income Tax Department AFTER THE 1ST PAY OF J4NUARV. IMI. and titforms ooks were closed on thi 31st day of December. 18'd. on or before the 3l*t d..i of March. IMI '£ Returns of persona who < principal place of buainc*. Is not situate in the islam on or before the .10th i June. IMI. 3 Returns of all other persoi on or before the 31-st Jan uary IMI F. A. C. CLAIRMONTF. Commissioner of Incno | and Death Duties Note:—Any person failing i make his return wit) n the clue date will be liable to a One C100 and not leas than {2 will laprosecuted unless a satitfactr.i-. son it given. 6 1 51—8n 2.00 pm — -1 0 i 4 30 p.m — 0.30 p.m. Tuesday 10 00 g m. 12 00 nonr 2 00 p.m.— 4 %  *' %  | HI 4 30 p.m— 0 30 p.m Wednestluy 10 00 ; %  at—.11 II MM 2 00 p.m 4 ini |i Bl 4 30 pin 6.30 (i m Thursday 10.00 am —12 00 noon 2 00 p.m— 4 00 pm. 4 30 pm 6 30 pm .II I pastry making. I Drggaj Ctittlni sfld Scwiiu! Simple Kiev.iii.iktiiK Tasty dishes and table laying. Kug-rnaking Cocki.'il I Eleniem.ii-\ Dra iniking. Assorteo Cake anil Psaftr) Making Ad\ iii.'il pattern Drafting liiiU nm l ookirv ('nurse. Home Nursing Preserves and sweet making Advanced Dressmaking Caribbean Cooker | Bd Dressmaking Advanced Co.,kery and table laving Cake and Paatrj Making %  '. %  raafVgUNStsd Cakl icing. ::.fts Tendi i for Canr Crops, Pine Plantation. IMI iKKI'.RS are invited Inr llnimi. Iia-* n( cine lo be iea|ied durim: ] I I from I 111 .meof i;uM'rnineni land at tho Pine Plantation. St Michael. It is estimated that the yield from this acreage hould be In Ihl 'uliuty of 3,500 tont cane rind'-rs should be submitted in the Director of Agriculture. Ilox .105, not later than Monday. I-Slh JamiA'-|>. INI and -hnuUi s alg terms and conditions of price delivery, tte 4 1 51 —Jd SHIPPING NOTICES • NTBr.M. At stasi i M W t.AI 'Ml I.IM 1 I'll!. O IM A N / i m eUuled la Melbourne I.I. nth. 1 at Tiii Ar1 half Mir.r, ItaJ Rarbado* March. IMI. ve-Hl ha* ample ape* for Hard BUI* eg g with Uan.lilpmenl %  Trinidad llrillali Oulana. R.iha. -. Wind....1 leeward [.land 'M"H. WITHY . II l.i\i nn> ..'. ..I.I. B W 1 A DA COMTA A Co Ud. Tlie M V I ail ept Cargo and lioinlnlca. An llgu j Bgartj A --i KiOBt %  1 Hailing Frulai TB* M.V Da accept Cargo and St UicU. Si Vin and Aiul.. Itati •a.,a.i. lo. *M Grenada -I depariure i Bg %  i.i...I B-W.I SCHOONER OWNERS ASSOCIATION. IBM. Telephone ill 7 taaft I i B ih.n M VOKK CAKAD.AN SEHV1CK Nalifa. Barbad*. ran. peer llh Jon. aaili Jen> ih F'biy ItarkaCa* Arrive, n *.d ilif... NJ KOREKT THOU LTD.—New York sag Onlf Barrloo. Apply: DAOOBTA CO.. LTD Canadian gMTTlce. Erida> 10 00 am 2 00 pm. 1 30 n in %  -i Sin.pU' HamUi Butleiing A 30 pJTi Saladgod iK'serts Si. i %  | >1> llressmaking. Hegisiii.tion for all i II %  r.....i... peTgoaB, Mad will take pun. at th.' I louse.!" ft ('outre, Imween 10 00 a.m. and 12 noon. Biid between 2.00 p m. and 5 00 pro from Wednesday 10th .rnnuarv l* Friday 12th January, 1951. Inclusive. Fees must be paid la adratv (or thf term it ihe Ume o* res>sDrgftlnl Ron Nursing, tcilng B Im ggH h COUTM iii Scv Rug Miking and Hancii'iafti i" -for each course in Clrlt rTnrt CoOaWr* Course 12'6d for earh course in Cake anil Pastry. Cake Icing. Assorted and Tatty Dishes. Caribbean Cooker.. Salads and Deserts, Butlerlng. Advanced Cookery. Preserves ami SweetinnkinK, rind Cocktail Snackt. 2/will be refunded at the end of the term to all student! who attend T5*^ of their classes Department of Education. SOth December. IM0 1 1 II —4)n PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES 1950-51 All tilllllal wi.hin, FANCY MOLASSES for Ihe purpose of export under the Barbados Fancy Molasses Production and Kxport Act. 14137-<1 are asked to apply to the Department of Agricul'nre for an Application 1 p*V M and returned not later than the 30th January, 1951. after which date applications I \!olawes for purposes of export rnnnnt ba J. P PKTERKIN Secretarv Fancy Mot.. Markctn,^ I %  i.ii and Marketing Board il 1 51 3:i HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KIN0D0M Due V'ejsel Fr.oi, J.earet M.ii-'i'iili. "LAURENTIAN M brough Bnd IT" London 3rd Jan IBth Jan MULHEHRY MILL l" N dor 9th Jan 24th Jan. 1 PLANTER London 13th Jan 27th Jan. FACTOR" Glaagow and Ijvcrpool 20th Jan 3lt Jan TRIBESMAN M brough and L4>TCon 27th Jan 10th Feb. • l'l(i>S!>r:CTOIf London 27th I in 18th Feb. HOMEWARD TOR THE UNITED EIHODOM Veatel for Cloggg in Barbuda* SIK' IALI8T" 1-ohdon 8th Jan farther inforraalion apply lo DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.—At eat. THANK. TO ONE AND ALL (01 tour .plradl.l ...ppatl ilutln. I.. t*f. wr. WLH von A HAPrY 4SP pmiiPKRoi'. rnrtl ** ISBJT VEJVTMAL KlHUFOmWM It'.NTKAl FOI'NDBl LTD.—nwaiM.1 Con ..1 Bra. I & Tudor bin*i



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%  ESTABLISHED 1895 SATURDAY JAM' R^ 6, 151 B1CK KNTS Barbadian Burned in Grenada Fire < %  imcilinK the smoke and failing i" inge he i.mi led* rOVO 0VO1 lo the Police stan rhr An luwulr was on the ., lie Uicn (regard the %  MM I C .' % %  %  b ol CarrJ (' ... and M believed also to have awakened Wall ai well ai '"I -i %  %  amt no had returned from a visit lo the dl I lll,IH. Ifcl'l,: %  I I,. I I. ( JUI I son Ranch) Tin. aU tvacuatod in tnelr night clothes It was Ottl) three hour when the Are was under UWt thfl I' Mice found Wall'Israel Has A Peace Plan LAKE SLV, : ...... l>ln for settling Ih. Kon %  Jet to the Unit) ical Committee • %  I .% %  o aftr'J the Three-Man I < %  Ion had asked fi i %  • i % %  i %  • I i ... problems migm I* sol. The Israeli plan v.-..* introductd Abba Been permanetii IMIIPI.K I HOI Hip n pi poaad ite ,.ri,i U.N. Must Sattk Pate Of Heligoland Says German HAMBURG. Jan. 5. PHaca Hubert us ol Loewenatem. i ightwing German politician who ted the "occupation" of Heligoland to-day appealed to the United Nations to set up a trustee Government on the island at once. He mild this Government should remain in office until all Hellgolanders had resettled on their island home. The United Nations was oblige l to deal with the Heligoland question because it constituted "threat to general peace" (faa Prince added. He said the committee "Action Heligoland" of which he is a member, aimed ai the restoration of human right* for Hellgolanders and thus at improving Anglo-German relations British authorities said Britain still needed the island for ai' tore* training which was import %  ,mt to European defence and therefore in Germany's own irteroel —Heater Explosion Death Roll Mounts To 100 LIMA. Jan. S. The death roll as a result of a delayed dynamite explosion in northern Peru on Wednesday has now risen to over 100 with a further 40 odd workers still unaccounted for. according to latest report.* from Chimbole. Ca r peae were still l>eing searched for among rocks and boulders. The accident occurred in the Santo River valley while work was protircssing on an avalanche which killed 20 last October and blocked communientinns In the vallev —Reut.r CANADIAN FORCES LAND IN FAR EAST TOKYO. Jan. 5 The first reinforcements for Canada's infantry unit in Kore;i have landed in the Far East. It unred here to-day. lat.-l control i torso i...il.mt I ii..rt Fire brigade eotuntoeri worki I i i-ally to eonlne the fire and to MVO IBM adjoining liquor shop which would have spreads the lire ovei the entire block ol ,L.I.I nouses and cloecby drug store Sea water played the greatest part thi' mobile engine hosing water from the careenage to Hie icana • heavy esplanade .' ..• the dipping of other I'l'ini' i'1'akea into the sea Fire mains were also used, but these > r 1111 | the Man underneath ind then i m urod T i build % %  % %  t \1 I :::• % %  ShilUngford*! guests and serv. howsjvei ihe.r per sonal effects. Wall who same under contract b> Central Foundry. Barbados to erect a copra dryer for Mr. Robert DeSousa at Bailliea Bi --let i:.iorj several occas worked with Woodlands here Furnace Work Wall, was a master m gent to Granada by Central Foundry Ltd. to carry out certain work on furnace*. Yesterday morning Mr C G Crawford. Technical Manager of Central Foundrv Ltd., received i lephone -all wh ah otati thai the Savov Hotel was burnt with Wall In it He had the sad ;oh of breaking the news to Wall's lam 11V Mr. Crawford said that Wall lived nt Thorpe's Cottage. St Georae. and had live children. He was a foreman with Messrs i> M Ssmpsor. 4t Co.. "Engineers. fur %  n.ii.\ vi'urs "He was a verv able man verv much respected bv lw>th An immed tional cease il 2 An affirmation by all governments oonearned that thw accept a unr Korea and aupport Uong undei I %  i ed Nation' supervision. 3. Participation of all state* bordering on Korea in the work of rehabilitation and the elec lion 4. Progreuive witlidruA.il of all non-Korean forces in %  doflnlte per.,..S Establishment cf r< Koria under Natia i %  ., tag Uud the mde, r inreeoi would be accepted Con* irteration M g %  %  of i 11 (he bat mportant i>> the Chinese Peoples Kepublic I r Utl i '.u. idlajj p< rei -i, '.h: ister lister Pearson a meml>ci of the Ceasefire ( %  ntd rhg urouo'i liiak r#g easv one"tepcela'h in the llgh' of the actual situation In Korea" —ke.it r Communists Make All Out Drive To Capture Korea Tlu-v have moved Into the re" Jj. Simeon & Co .En* 1 placement area where they will I %  >'" Central Foundry Ltd He u I ll train until they are needed the I be mined very muer^Ile w .•* <*anadiun Commander said He'ne of th old school that added that the Canadian Army : vou do not see often to-*l.i would continue sending reinforceWhen he had a job to do. he did mentfl to the Far East so long aa it" Mr Crawford said •.hev were needed to maintain the He said that on mnny occasions full strength of her units in Korea [Wall travelled out of the island —Reuter [mi work nds Onl n St Vi furnace* In oth recently he returned icttnt and Grenad: Philadelphia Shipping At Sfnnditill PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 5 Skrppini In the port of Phlladatphl has been brought to a standstill bv a strike of 250 tugboat workers who seek higher wages The strike has tied up 27 frelahlan waiting to unload tons of nig iron or>and scrap metal —keuter Atlantic Pact Is A Mistake -SENATOR FRANCE REPLIES TO RUSSIAN NOTE PARIS. Jan 5 Yves Chataigneau. French Ambassador in Moscow, delivered at 1 p.m. Moscow time to-day, the French reply to the Soviet not* alleging violation bv the French of the Franco-Soviet treaty of friendship of 1944. the French Foreign Ofni %  disd<.*d —leaear Rum Riot In Br. Guiana Boos For Governor 'From Our Own CortMpuntfrni < GEORGETOWN. Jan a Further demonstrations to-day -"tii-n on crated drinks, rum. etc. have %  l %  t-i :i mounted police scort for the Governor whil" lot squads we.e aler'ed at IhrPolice Headquarter? Around noon Police Commisioner ruled off the road, motor cbrs with loud speakers callim: people to mobilise at the Public Buildings 'n foice. Colonel Orrett eairUoned TUC Bnerctery n. it Blackmail. Or let! told !h. pp I thnt he heard Ularkman at a loud speaker In a car calling on the people In words to the effect "Go to the Public Buildings be' fore 2 p.m. or aftw work at, pm." "Bigger crowd, bigger, rce Force your way Inside." Following yesterday's demon-j ration the CooncU Ckambrt as closed to Ihe public to-diy ifter the %  ntlna < %  ITBI i i i taken up. Cm-side more, than 2.000 gathered whil. with posters bearing SIKMI pre* i %  rstnig against increased taxation paraded. Thcv arere led by Mrs Janet .lagan American born wife of lion'buiii Chad! lagan, Leader of the Per.pk' : Progressive Party. Special police lUsTd was nrrangd for to-day and the Governor's BT had lo ba escorted out of the 'impound by eignt mounted pollee vhile the angry crowd shouted (errs. Financial Be i-i-iy Hon'ble F. F McOavid also was greeted vith loud boos as he lelt the Public Buildings. AH speakers to-day expressed disapproval of -; Oovemmenfa now taxation rated drinks, iiiin klKl tuitton fees at CJueen \ Collafla H.^U School tor girls. i:i.i| hu .djourne.1 until Wednesday, SOME OF THE PUapLE HEAM veuranof the Ror^An campaigu -' % %  lalaci d Da UBDM r irsss M t Okrlati i garsi aaU la th* Purple Tr H%om. Hotol Vand-rhiM. New York surround their locly winner. £o ycar-eld Juin> Tallfy Unllko otJirtr 'Miss" contests. Uw Purple aUsa" i.ymholic of the trouble m thi* world, of the purple nucvrtAlnty of the times in which we lie and -he also i icpn-pntstiv.of the hop* tlist tilings will be bnghtev nd happier. Express Pleven Asks For Confidence Vote On Rearmament Plans PARIS, Jan. S. FRENCH PRIME MINISTER Rene Pleven lo-niht I i ihe National Assembly for a vole ol confidence on ihc Government's Rearmamenl Plans. He put the question ol conSpain Approves British Ambassador MADRID. Jat. 6 The S; nmtnt ha Jona Balfow ;•* hti Ambassador 9 Sir John who is at present AmIn iiucri"s Airea will be lint envov sinc-e the U iled N. i"'i lUiiMnii lour years B|0 that member states should recall then heads .( mission from Prance B Sir John, aged 56 was Ambassador to Moscow during the war. In I9*r ftu/aa appointed lo Washington Mr rpei fa in languagea —tsaeaar Hara'na Hound HAVANA. Jan Agent*: Monte Ayla which groun< oh* Nubitas. to-d; ..dance on: 1 The total figure of military ered'.? for 1951 — 740 mi''..ard Xrancs (15-5 milliards for the % %  385 milliard lei It .. %  %  2 The 140 rnUUardi taxation .isked fot by ttw I %  % %  %  :. ' the Rearmament Plan. The vote of confidence will be rtar 10 am. on Monday Afrer %f Pleven had POl i>' of confldenec the rontiiiued II i on the second reading of the Rearmament Bill reiecten by the Senate wh:ch thi* morning .refused to vote the new I iM I For each article of the Bill the lArearnbl* reeeied I* * a ci i'Ung last the t TonnrM con' the Bill %  %  Ike And Monty Will Confer PARIS, Jan. 2 General Kisenhower. Supreni Coinniiiii ici i,( the Atlantic Arm). will confer with Field Marsh.d Monlgom'-ry, Western Union Defence Chief, a few hours afte arriving on Sunday for his factilnduig tour of Western Europe, %  .cording to sources close ': Western Union Headquarters. Mnntgomery's role in th<: Atlantic has yet to ! %  decldetl Ofllcers at the temporary headquarters of the new Allan! Army believed Kisenhower ha I withheld details of his inspectiu< M! Kuropean capitals to leat'< himself free of commitments. The General will arrive at Orl on Sunda\ and hold Conference on Monday. He will leave for a iwo-rtav vi< to Holland on Wednesday. —Reuter. Bevin Wants Red China Recognised HY COMMONWEALTH LONDON, Jan. 5. COMMONWEALTH Prim.Ministers were sUcrnl to night on their cloyiony Conrerenea to-eej •e on the Pai K..-r. He is undersli-m ti> |ing on the ground, some with senou %  wounds. Many Communists wt H also hit. R.A.F. Jet Crushes II' il.l.AM), Jan 3 A jet lighter believed to be a Union HAV. plane crashed Into ith of Holland toMet ^ T-I %  he prln%  plei underlying ihe United Nations .ictlon In Ron I 3 To shapr the Commonwealth poliej so aa to take Into account boih Ihe realltiea -f lied S' iti attitude and ii..' Chinese out il is known i.i \ in urged recognM i Peking Oovernmml as ihc ii fecdvc rap re aa n Utlvea ol i hfa %  > He argued thai In ll %  %  unifclan. ilurtlQ to poet Peking lo aiseuas any setii ackiiowleg.s %  %  negot .ition—Reulrr Officer Named lo Eisenhower's Staff TAFT WASHINOTOrl, Jan. .. Ben itoi Robert i.,n. Repui i ..in leader, to.ia> eh ml IViiioaiis auM'iiiun %  he ha i .iiuhonij i,. Aincru.in troops lo a Kui| i Defence Forei eithoul pno approval li> (ongrrs> rail ,is>cit.-i in ins Brat forum leech to the new Congr. -^ that the President had no such power, contradicting what Ti man told his Nawi Conforcm I faterdaj ..HI >ito n-.t think Iks %  st ites 'ahould -< UHM U„ I, % %  alp in the formiitii.ii i nternatMMUl .i;. appotnunent ol aa Amer c t .iuiiu.iider-m-Chiei. Nor did he want AaerkMni i" "Ibi %  our assistance on nations wn da not wish to gnu themschHe was willing lo commit "aoma mtcl number of Amen., divisionsto North Atlantic l. fence.. Tart eallephm | questions, he said the preaeteJaliahed by the AII.IM I ... i created the greatest j.osibic incitement lo war. He s*id Europe must take th %  lead in funning a north Atlanti%  i"ie. i;< HI. Caronia Will Sail Less I ban Half-Full (By JULIAN BATES) TOKYO. Jan u IJNITED NATIONS FORCES fought in *.he centre of the line across Korea to day to stem %  Communist sweep southwards aimed at "wiping out the American agirressors from the Peninsula Peking Radio said that North Korean and Chinese forces had launched an offensive with this aim almost immediately after occupying Seoul, the South Korean capital The American Eighth Army to night called this action the "only noteworthy activity" of the day pi wan' hoMIni back Can II Wanju about 1 12 Nations Start Talks i MCE BI CCRS8, Jan 5, rwelw I A ll %  i %  mi. to hmgti Minis odon srhere priority was i %  I i )" ookan i i ihe home i .i Rau, ol wd on ttteea lines' 1 A eea 2 Progressive withdrawal of lumps ol lith sides from Korea labUshmenl of a comncludlng Conununu %  I . I .1 K;i-l.-i '. In NEW YORK, Jan. Chli 4. Th. errettMi ,,r %  Unite %  %  ipen I%  I . . %  > hav %  followed Ihe tinea %  -r suggestion made at the Political <„„u 0I >..,! n.oretblin v h..ll| N „ 1 .,,, l ,„„ ,„ ^. nt Com ihould dav Thi [ rn to b;.i| but hi i I found. Italy to-day took a rial step towards joining me Ini West I in Arms by nominsting %  high office, lo nneaenl h Dwkjlit LUaenhowei i stall The Count nounccd at the rnd ol lia ili^t meeting in the Ne* Veai that BO! ear-old Cenei.i the Home military area has been appointed to the new post Italy llki i I initially Ihe 'H• poaal of Oenei her contribution to Hie |< i rta I : Army Italy .tin .MI, !. %  ., divi lens r.irU weii equip by the middle ol thi p tiro more completely and a further four near completion, making 11 General Elsenhower i n vi-it Rom %  • k on hi • of the Allan. Peel countries — Reulei empty when she leaves New Y rmw foi one of the in 'HMM round world crui' since the war. Only 20u passengers have U booked for the four monih 32.UOO milM* voyage with calls ai 30 ports including Honolulu, llama. New Zealand, Austral>.•! Ken Caledonia New Cuinea. n. n, ftinttaporc. CnlmnUi, Egypt, II, i. On a similar but shorter cruise leal real the Caraula carried 480 .i-is and Ix'came known at, the "Mink Hid Oold Ship" beH ** r Ul cause ot ihe wealthy peopl .id. I,I nl — %  enter NO MASS EVACUATION OF NEW YORK NEW YORK. Jan B Mnror Vlncenl it Impeliiteri said In-day th it there would be 1 %  I evacuation Ol New York m > attack, fa it must conUnue t. opt raU i i war and in t ,, ,. % %  Plans were heing made la evacuate ihe young, aged and Innrm. he SIIUI in .. speech to the %  •' %  '• 'i.unlier of Commene —Heater THE GREEKS NEED AID ATHENS, Jan. 3 %  ai Joun 1'i-unfoy, Uniten "ihassador to Oreece, an-l ine iie.nU of American and British military missions today attended a meeting of Ihc Greek Wai inch discussed Crwce't >t three ihould eonslder n set of principle %  %  basis for possible negonaUona lubaeajaaM to tinenvisaged establishment of a eeosenre —it.New U.S. Tanks Ready Next Spring ) %  Ii Jen a. The Lnited Staleh Army Uiuler ketar>, Mi At.I d Alende Binlif ""'' ""' ""*' "' h '' "aw (Seriee of light, h d rd hitting lanki would Mart rolling off pn.lucl.n., mes aarti thin atsrlrtg They would contain several radi.ai • Improvement! "• %  %  •'• %  % %  M I ipmciii ..| new medium tank was well uno> way and a new noarj lank w.i roblei No statement was made win* tne meeting ended but It was un derstood Greece's need for In creased military aid from Ann. was examined The meeting [ol ill General Staff talk tli Turkey at Ankara. — Reams Third Test ON ii,,. -. a day of Uie Third Test milch with Aw. ii iii, .ii Urlbuorne by lanrh time iii,,.,, bad •.oi. 1 i 'tli for 7 in ihelr first Ian HNN nrar n.rniiihi leare W| '•Ut fl. Mil planned Mr. Ah lowing objeethn gramme A llKht t.ink Hi,!) sVsanrj medium, ,i would knock out an and "whal mm I lieu icander outlined Ihg ft) \ rt.lm H,,n won Jli.il".. I %  %  il'' sen' %  Conamunleta, knov n Htng the if a ral Uattheu R I nth Arm) Commandei evei rtnh B tkdB iiiiii.tiu %  Unlti h I Ithdrawai iron st mil i itei kro ''^ i in action*' I An Aiiicm HI ipoaMaTnan oaiegnrtaallj denied i-p.tfu that •> !, %  I, 100 Casualties Ilia rvacui uon of Seoul w_ ompleted lam ojghi when rrai ahlna lying nfT Inchon, itport took off the rearguard of thi United Nations Hoops All their to rrara believed sate behina Uu Kan River south <>f the city. United Nations guns pounded) the Han to-day to try to smash id prevent O i from walking across Warplanes Mailed continuously at Seoul's ibui M %  ed 300 Communists killed ••' anBUnoed and two tanks, five ,ither .%  ii damage,: Tighter Iwmbei* itteckad a Communist battalion iiu.h mnvi.i mti Rlmp %  Airfield, wrthef a t i i Seoul, and rJaetroyod he last of the alrpor-'H buildings led Nations Coma oi ih.unification and rehahilltaI.,I .,1 Korea moved from Seoul nut nkfhi lt membi-i fl it "f Rooul gf) | da —Beuter Merrli I: fngl.nd all out lor taalrilti 35 fee 1 l H-iUier 0; fall ol Miller—The Thorn In England's Side nv w. J. O'IIKII.I.V %  Ing ball champion batsman weru; bU wst] OOlj H. Compton rOUowed them and mis The sixth ball of that fated over house M minuti Bi with the stumps. Undivided whethei tiMj i.-ik all th make a shut at it or to raise the ihe Mgnift. ilder high Compto promised. He left the bat beH weathered the re of Miller's over b plaved at each 1 %  red it to.jk 1., i 1 to open his ee' %  'irars. He probii time to re.,!, the cHlastrriii v %  VDNEY, J..n V Boulu n the 4Sth over of the %  ball which hat. ., startling surprise He had pla>"l been hit (or IM naid-earned runs f^i bowling nnnehelantlv b> Engl.shmen. Miller crashed excelled in his footwork in raging through England's batting strength the two spinners Ivorton an 1 .Mil gave Australia Ihe Initiative. Johnson Winnirn: the toss and batting on n wu Hutton who .. a pitch .which was 'low and easy. Haaaett that Johnson was unlikely Rnglnnu feemed likely to amass u to meet with much match-winning score. But after apmner was taken off shortly aft.'and between as theugh he intendmalning batsmen must hold Hutton and Simpson together ha 1 he had taken Washbtook's wick., ed to play a baseball hunt shot lort until late afternoon Satur %  trleved the early disaster o. Th. Hutton movi Oawe again Miller's inswinger An earlier close to the inn forward to the pitch of the ball played its deadly part The ball would mean thai Australia made lvcr*,n look most inoffenducked in sufficiently to snick the pass England'-, -core before c sive. Lindwall had not given him inside edge of the bat and cannonof play fur the d .\ Week one •rorrytng moment ed off to the leg stump, if was -. roan wouM then bg m Auaira l.ooo.fxm 10 one 1 hw %  • mel Comp" 1thai had befallen his team ix The position now Is that thi nounced that the vessel is ai ng In Havana to-morrow —Reefer ihbrook's dismissal from •• if diving catch by Miller at short gully slip, ihe Millei-ovci altered the destiny if the match With the thud ball of the over Miller got peat HuMnn> defensive Johnston's iniwingers were ton rnmbled against it doing what late mwinger whic tucked away safely on Ihe onstde. H did, and he imt It 1 the pads in line with th* Hut Miller with an %  f^r the man who mps. rmal bowler can siro*.. HuttOt BBM swing an old ball Yet Miller deten so good that his di*mi->l i-nma as swung it sharply .md Kngland*a him nim favou reaxlirea the position ml 11 batting coursuaously. Biilley -,1I have lo be dug out Their I nt* Ud Bedser arin produce the bes* thay ftmva in then |v';V v i— CAVE SHEPHERD ?. CO LTD Sol. D.Mnbutcn 10. 11. 12 a 13 ;i SIIH1



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE S\TIRD\Y. JANUARY 6. 1951 Qakxb Qaltinq I.I.C. Radii Prttri SATIIHOAY. J.iniui-y fl. I til ISO .m TM Mew 1 ] %  am >I,M* in am Frn. tin KettftfMl*. 7 %  Ot. NlMHiM Puaki "• Tlilri. p Uf .... lr,. tUU t *M He S. %  i Ml l>,.-i II li .i ... tvoft. <.Pxate. II i ISKMMlB. , .io.ii .1.1 M.tFh*M.n %  < •>* T.H Ut|. in-Kin. The N-*.: 11 1* f II l> i. • Clr 1).. i t>-*v I %  %  VIS | H. t.'.L % %  iH-nnnl %  %  £.• %  ACTING IS IN THEIR BLOOD 4 Tr*.lr IbWI |i liom IttJIHxi lo 04' %  1 THE STAFF of T QnddeOront Lid. celebrated party held al tin* Marine Hofl yesterday. the flft.rUi aiuuviT-*ry of their Irtu With a luncheon H ON. EDWIN I Colonial Trritsuifi of iintiih Guiana, .mil Mrs MclJavi.l who were holidaytim in Barbados at Edpu.iii>r Hotel. Bathsheba Ml (or B G. via Triiuda.l by II.W I A .-r: V. noDti. Grenada Visit M R. JAMES NIHii tional Adviser to CD. & W. was amonn the passengers leaving by It W I A Grenada flight on Thursday Another passenger on plane was Mr. John HSTrl the British Council'* Al in the Caribbean. Mr. Harrison will visii St. Lucia and Trinidad, before returning to B II Wat Holidaying Vfith Relatives M R. IVAN PSAILA and hi mother Mrs. Phyli Psal who have been holidaying In Barbados lr*t vrstei noon for BO. by B.W.I.A. Mis Paalla is the wife of the I Consul In Georgetown, and had been visiting her daughter Mrs. Jack Marson anil other relatlvi She was staying at Maple Manor. Hasting*. Police Magistrate M R. W. K. FEKGl'SON, PottOS Magislrute of gtparia and Mrs. Ferguson returned to Trimdsd on Wednesday afternoon by B.W.I.A., after ipeniHng the Christmas holidays with their family at ''Ravenscourt", FonlabeUe. Coca Cola Representative M R. EARLE rJJOMPSL, CooB Cola representative returned lo Trinidad by B.W.I.A yesterday afternoon after .- shott slay in ILtrlwdos. Third Doctor A RRIVED in the I islands is Dr. David Boyd. He U the third doctor of thai Dominican family to ratum to the West Indies. After completing his course In Dentistry at Toronto University he practiced in Toronto for some time ami i* now SJfpt cts i 'o take up an appointment in St. ICItts. He is at preset" a short holiday with his mother In Dominica Barbados Turfite M R. D MAURICE SKINNEK. Director of Messrs Manning 4 Co. Ltd.. returned from Trlnidar! on Wednesday afternoon by B.W.I.A. after attending the Trinidad Turf Glutrs Christmas meeting. Wedding M ISS IJOKOTHY SCALE of ii.ink Hall was mai i i : lloyte nl Bethel Church, i % %  was pcTformed by RdV< B Crosby. The bride who was givi.irnagp by Mr Elton wore a dress of en gatln. "el Vi'il was kept in orange blossoms, nn %  %  %  %  Ihuriuin lllios and Queen Anne's LJ.CC. The Uestman WSJ maid was Scale, sister of tho .. ny, ii r>'ccption was held at Bank HaU. With Singer Machine Co. A T PRESENT hoUdaytag m UarKados are Mr and Mrs. laok Fei-..;iiuic" uf British Guiana. ^laying with the Wallbridges m Wondside Gardens Mi Ki rnnndes is with the Singci' I.*Company In amTheir two children are with ihem. B.G. Student M P. PETER WALLUR1DGE. ton of Mr. and Mis Pal Wallbridge who hi rug the Christmas holiday* with his f.Hiwiv. let) fee B.Q. yesterday afternoon by B.W.I.A. peter is a student at S< Stanislaus, Roman Catholic College In Georgetown Visited Their Daughters H ON. AND MRS. H A. CUKE who.spent a week's holiday In Miiti-h Guiana visiting Ibefr two daughters returnni yesterday nftamoon by n w 1 A With Bovell and Skeete R. DAVID MURRAY, who It arge uf Messrs Bovell ,.nd Skee' I rtl oftVi %  (turned to St Vlncerri I u Airways a lie had leen spending u short holidoj •.Mill baa parents. Director Civil Aviation B.G. M .JOl: JACK NICOLE. Director it i n .ii li i; irrtvi on n H I As flight yesDd will be here until January lltli. He will then be going lo Trinidad tor I Travelling Auditor M R JAMES TILLSON. Travelling Auditor of the Singer Sewing Machine Company, who has bean to Barl yesterdi BW I A. for i-uerto Rico 75 Clowns S EVENTY-FIVE clowns dance ana pranced about the streets Of St. John'* during the Chmtms M-ason They paid a visit to Cos i : tunent HOUSS on the 28th when %  B inrly for Martin Joan Blackburnc. The Anllguan downs enjoy clapping their whip* but when they are vigorously in all directions they Kg trie mistake of landing i ra<-h other. Surprise F 0UR-YEA&-OLD Dennis Len agan spent Christmas travel ing half way around the world without a relative. What should have provided his ii,'(I, Mr Juhn Lenagan of Polntu-Pierre with a home-coming wel iint. Unrnsd <>ut to be a New Year'* Eve surprise. The delay was in Dennis' stop over In Wash ington two days. Dennis arrived from Australia via New York aboard El Preal fl'Mr on Saturday night. On Sunday, he and his father arrived here by B W.I.A. for a short Touring W.I. M M R. AND MRS. XrtVIKit BEN ZIGER who came down 01 the Lady Nelson as far as Triuld;.d, left Khlp there to return to Barbados for about twelve days. They are staying at the Paradise Beach Club and after Iheli visit here they plan to visit ticvera) other of the Caribbean islands. They hall from Greenwich, Connecticut Back to B.C. M OT:: \< MARY DE SALLES, O.S.U and Mother Mary Paul. OS.U.. of the Urauline Conv aat in U.G.. returned by II.W I. A. They were accompanied by Mother St Rity Ferrel OS.U. Arriving by the same 'plane whks> took them to B.G.. wa: Mother R Ijingndge who hai come In take Mother St. Rita 1 pljep at tho Ursullne Convent here. Next Visit 1954 M R NORMAN CHAPMAN who for the past three ami a half months has been holidaylqg in Barbudos with relatives returned to PC. yesterday by B.W.I.A. His wife and child are remaining on for a longer holiday Mr. Chapman Is tukiug up a new appointment at Blaiimont Estate in Bcrbicc. His next visit to Barbados told Cnrlb will be in 1954. BY THE WAY — By Beachcomber I WAS shot through with horror to read the other day a complaint about the attendants in a railway restaurant car The writer hoped that these attendants will be taught In their training school "that the correct way to serve sausages Is not with the lingers." The first thought that occurs to me Is that the correct way to serve a railwav sausage Is at the end of a fortyfoot barge-pole. However, on luxury trains I believe the attendants wear special gloves for serving this exotic dainty, fill robur ft oes iriplcx. . Fearless, Indeed, was the first man who launched Ins fragile barque among the Nationalised British Railways Sausages 8am$aga 8ekotankJmi of oiiv i food to I can n laetu ith the sugA S to serving them this certji a contemptuous gerturc ho throws down a bit of n dog he rather dislikes, if.gine the I Behool %  %  Restaurant Cpr.Aia i persuade the rough recruit not to fling the food about: still less to expect travellers to plunge their hands into the dish. Busy pens scratch in notebooks. "A sausage should be served with quiet reflru n ant Ii it falls to the flwr. do not kick it under the table. Remove it unostentatiously in a small aluminium shovel." %  '!'!.,t % % %  •. sir .'hut do we do If Laugh the thing ml." Then BOOMS ihc great day v. hen degrees are conferred. The man who serves you r.n the Mai Chester train Is probably an MS (Master of Sausages) or, anyhow II RS (Bachelor of Sausages). all over the world who could de with more meat s "piIF.' ;. la BEDDING ai Evans & Whitf ields MATTRESSES (Fibre-fillrd) YOUR SHOE STORES 3 loot $13.17 3' 6" $16 28 4' 6" $19 57 SHEETS 80"x100" each $7.08 80"x99" ., $6.61 70" x 100" ., $617 63" x 100" ., $5 38 PILLOW CASES 94c. & 97c. a/ With U.B.O.T. M R. FRANK WBH-I.HN 0..I0 hu been Imli.t... .1 Hj rbedos returf 'd I BW.I.A HM wife and family will be redining on for anott.ei Ku.pli month, Frank i* with Shell l' HOT Trinidad Slayin, with Daughter M RS C O. BOURNE wa amona Hie pauengi 1^. leav I for Trinidad yesterday aftpoon by B W.I.A.. H yef ntk'i holiday lighter In St. Ann', I Short Vi.it M R. J BERNSTEIN left 'or Trinidad y e t e r d a y by B W.I.A. lie will he away for cue week PLAZA Theatre— BRIDGETOWN 1IIIS NUDNIK'. SSfLM E O'BftlEN in %  AS*SM TIM HOLT IMI !!••.* lWi \TIST or ALI aaarf si THE IOI .VI t r.VSKK t U .'(tow Tin: MH ,._. -• aak-i flaaat—l ml .11 011IT1 l.f I. I'l. 1. 1 .EA1. %  PLAZA Theatre — OISTIN lODlt—I Bio p.m. mm* ( % %  IIBBIBI '•("< ••" ADvevnirr r>:. uTioN-aACKcn Kremtmrr • • irnix ft at irTus 1 M mi* D.inj alj.i lh nal ; liar NKFIOII hel|S *• N diets. THE YOUNGEST CASSONS CIOIIWOIS p^::; JT^ sal if" -| a a Y\ |Hn 1 aswan I (Uil lo < 1 Monutoii %  assaesT .> Only otauuerT %  %  GIM Uiitvk l I'a. OSC CllSri .111 i:., i osuitn 1 1 %  > _. prey. {•) ouu ui IM multou. m Monoioiit>ur> ij in? in u. (SI wansssH euaDviiuoi, to Aagioier. On 1, a octjinner. m UIM thr .uim %  aomo lor iw I l I %  -•p of tin 0.1 louily H' o ou IUSV ollen MM "rip ol Uil_ %  SSrs vou ran Dud saps, it) am linar iiivs wn. (HI tirtlsdl* .OUK t'lte tSUI 1.1m rnuOr fan I r t(l:n pi>et the wide ranse sleeked bi ..ur Hardware and Ironsaenrery Department THE IIVHiMIHIS O-OI'I II 11 II I corroiv in nun ITD. I •


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ESTABLISHED 1895
SATURDAY JAM' R^ 6, 151
B1CK
KNTS
Barbadian Burned
in Grenada Fire
GRENADA, Jan 5.
'J HE CHARRED and headless torso of Charles
Wall. 40, Barbadian foren.an brick mason,\
who only arrived at a hotel here as a guest at noon
yesterday was discovered at two o'clock this morn-j '.
ing by the Police searching the ruins of the cornerl by
building housing the Savoy Hotel above, and the '" ; ''**
dry goods store of R E Henry beneath I
The building was completely razed bv fire which.',
breaking out at 11 o'clock.last night, also demolish.,I .,
MUto building housing a small shopdwelling bt
The discovery of the Tire was made by Hoskwh Shil-.
Ungford, proprietor of the hotel, whan arriving thert
ghortly after ll pm. Guaati and rervnrrta art i
Tin- dam..ge is estimated to '*
.vnoo,ooti. Seeing thi <><
imcilinK the smoke and failing i"
inge he i.mi led-
* rOVO 0VO1 lo the Police sta-
n rhr An luwulr was on the
.,
lie Uicn (regard the
MM I C .' b ol CarrJ ,
(' ... and M believed also to have
awakened Wall ai well ai '"I -i

amt no had returned
from a visit lo the dl I
lll,IH. Ifcl'l,: I I,. I I. ( JUI I
son Ranch) Tin. aU tvacuatod
in tnelr night clothes
It was Ottl) three hour
when the Are was under
UWt thfl I' Mice found Wall'-
Israel Has A
Peace Plan
LAKE SLV, :
......
l>ln for settling Ih. Kon
Jet to the Unit)
ical Committee
I.-o aftr'J
the Three-Man I <
Ion had asked fi i

i . i I i ... -
problems migm I* sol.
The Israeli plan v.-..* introductd
Abba Been permanetii
IMIIPI.K I HOI Hip
n pi poaad
ite ,.ri,i
U.N. Must Sattk
Pate Of Heligoland
Says German
HAMBURG. Jan. 5.
PHaca Hubert us ol Loewenatem.
i ightwing German politician who
ted the "occupation" of Heligoland
to-day appealed to the United Na-
tions to set up a trustee Govern-
ment on the island at once.
He mild this Government should
remain in office until all Hellgo-
landers had resettled on their
island home.
The United Nations was oblige l
to deal with the Heligoland ques-
tion because it constituted
"threat to general peace" (faa
Prince added. He said the com-
mittee "Action Heligoland" of
which he is a member, aimed ai
the restoration of human right*
for Hellgolanders and thus at im-
proving Anglo-German relations
British authorities said Britain
still needed the island for ai'
tore* training which was import
,mt to European defence and
therefore in Germany's own ir-
teroel Heater
Explosion Death
Roll Mounts To 100
LIMA. Jan. S.
The death roll as a result of a
delayed dynamite explosion in
northern Peru on Wednesday has
now risen to over 100 with a fur-
ther 40 odd workers still unac-
counted for. according to latest re-
port.* from Chimbole. Carpeae
were still l>eing searched for
among rocks and boulders. The
accident occurred in the Santo
River valley while work was pro-
tircssing on an avalanche which
killed 20 last October and blocked
communientinns In the vallev
Reut.r
CANADIAN FORCES
LAND IN FAR EAST
TOKYO. Jan. 5
The first reinforcements for
Canada's infantry unit in Kore;i
have landed in the Far East. It
unred here to-day.
. lat.-l
control
i torso
i...il.mt I ii..rt
Fire brigade eotuntoeri work-
i I i i-ally to eonlne the fire
and to MVO IBM adjoining liquor
shop which would have spreads
the lire ovei the entire block ol
,l.i.i nouses and cloecby
drug store
Sea water played the greatest
part thi' mobile engine hosing
water from the careenage to Hie
icana heavy esplanade .' ..
the dipping of other
I'l'ini' i'1'akea into the sea Fire
mains were also used, but these
> r 1111 .
| the Man underneath
ind then i m urod
T i build t \1
I :::
ShilUngford*! guests and serv-
. howsjvei ihe.r per
sonal effects.
Wall who same under con-
tract b> Central Foundry. Bar-
bados to erect a copra dryer for
Mr. Robert DeSousa at Bailliea
Bi --let i:.i- orj several occas
worked with Woodlands here
Furnace Work
Wall, was a master m
gent to Granada by Central
Foundry Ltd. to carry out certain
work on furnace*.
Yesterday morning Mr C G
Crawford. Technical Manager of
Central Foundrv Ltd., received
i lephone -all wh ah otati
thai the Savov Hotel was burnt
with Wall In it He had the sad
;oh of breaking the news to Wall's
lam 11V
Mr. Crawford said that Wall
lived nt Thorpe's Cottage. St
Georae. and had live children.
He was a foreman with Messrs
i> m Ssmpsor. 4t Co.. "Engineers.
fur n.ii.\ vi'urs
"He was a verv able man
verv much respected bv lw>th
An immed
tional cease il
2 An affirmation by all gov-
ernments oonearned that thw
accept a unr
Korea and aupport
Uong undei I i ed Nation'
supervision.
3. Participation of all state*
bordering on Korea in the work
of rehabilitation and the elec
lion
4. Progreuive witlidruA.il of
all non-Korean forces in dofl-
nlte per.,..-
S Establishment cf r<
Koria under
Natia
i ., tag Uud the mde-
, r in- reeoi
would be accepted
" Con* irteration m g
of i 11 (he bat
mportant i>> the
Chinese Peoples Kepublic
I r Utl i '.u. idlajj p< rei -i, '.h:
ister lister Pearson a meml>ci of
the Ceasefire (
ntd rhg urouo'i liiak r#g
easv one- "tepcela'h in the llgh'
of the actual situation In Korea"
ke.it r
Communists Make
All Out Drive To
Capture Korea
Tlu-v have moved Into the re- Jj. Simeon & Co .En*1
placement area where they will I >'" Central Foundry Ltd He u I ll
train until they are needed the I be mined very muer^Ile w .*
<*anadiun Commander said He'ne of th old school that
added that the Canadian Army : vou do not see often to-*l.i
would continue sending reinforce- When he had a job to do. he did
mentfl to the Far East so long aa it" Mr Crawford said
.hev were needed to maintain the He said that on mnny occasions
full strength of her units in Korea [Wall travelled out of the island
Reuter
[mi
work
nds Onl
n St Vi
furnace* In oth
recently he returned
icttnt and Grenad:
Philadelphia Shipping
At Sfnnditill
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 5
Skrppini In the port of Phlla-
datphl has been brought to a
standstill bv a strike of 250 tug-
boat workers who seek higher
wages
The strike has tied up 27
frelahlan waiting to unload tons
of nig iron or>- and scrap metal
keuter
Atlantic Pact
Is A Mistake
-SENATOR
FRANCE REPLIES
TO RUSSIAN NOTE
PARIS. Jan 5
Yves Chataigneau. French Am-
bassador in Moscow, delivered at
1 p.m. Moscow time to-day, the
French reply to the Soviet not*
alleging violation bv the French
of the Franco-Soviet treaty of
friendship of 1944. the French
Foreign Ofni - disd<.*d
leaear
Rum Riot In
Br. Guiana
Boos For Governor
'From Our Own CortMpuntfrni<
GEORGETOWN. Jan a
Further demonstrations to-day
-"tii-n on
crated drinks, rum. etc. have
l t-i :i mounted police
scort for the Governor whil"
lot squads we.e aler'ed at Ihr-
Police Headquarter?
Around noon Police Commis-
ioner ruled off the road, motor
cbrs with loud speakers callim:
people to mobilise at the Public
Buildings 'n foice. Colonel Orrett
eairUoned tuc Bnerctery n. it
Blackmail. Or let! told !h. pp I
thnt he heard Ularkman at a
loud speaker In a car calling on
the people In words to the effect
"Go to the Public Buildings be- '
fore 2 p.m. or aftw work at,
pm." "Bigger crowd, bigger,
rce Force your way Inside."
Following yesterday's demon-j
ration the CooncU Ckambrt
as closed to Ihe public to-diy
ifter the ntlna < ITBI i i i
taken up. Cm-side more,
than 2.000 gathered whil.
with posters bearing sIkmi pre* i
rstnig against increased taxation
paraded. Thcv arere led by Mrs
Janet .lagan American born wife
of lion'bu- iii Chad! lagan,
Leader of the Per.pk': Progres-
sive Party.
Special police lUsTd was nrrang-
d for to-day and the Governor's
BT had lo ba escorted out of the
'impound by eignt mounted pollee
vhile the angry crowd shouted
(errs.
Financial Be i-i-iy Hon'ble
F. F McOavid also was greeted
vith loud boos as he lelt the
Public Buildings. AH speakers
to-day expressed disapproval of
-; Oovemmenfa now taxation
' rated drinks, iiiin
klKl tuitton fees at CJueen \ Collafla
H.^U School tor girls.
i:i.i| hu .djourne.1 until
Wednesday,
SOME OF THE PUapLE HEAM veuran- of the Ror^An campaigu
-' lalaci d Da ubdm r irsss m t Okrlati i garsi aaU la
th* Purple Tr H%om. Hotol Vand-rhiM. New York surround their
locly winner. o ycar-eld Juin> Tallfy
Unllko otJirtr 'Miss" contests. Uw Purple aUsa" i- .ymholic of the
trouble m thi* world, of the purple nucvrtAlnty of the times in which
we lie and -he also i icpn-pntstiv.- of the hop* tlist tilings will
be bnghtev nd happier. Express
Pleven Asks For
Confidence Vote
On Rearmament Plans
PARIS, Jan. S.
FRENCH PRIME MINISTER Rene Pleven lo-niht
I i ihe National Assembly for a vole ol confidence on
ihc Government's Rearmamenl Plans.
He put the question ol con-
Spain Approves
British Ambassador
MADRID. Jat. 6
The S; nmtnt ha
Jona Balfow ;* hti Ambassador
9
Sir John who is at present Am-
In iiucri"s Airea will be
lint envov sinc-e the
U iled n. i"'i lUiiMnii lour years
B|0 that member states should
recall then heads .( mission from
Prance B
Sir John, aged 56 was Ambas-
sador to Moscow during the war.
In I9*r ft- u/aa appointed lo Wash-
ington Mr rpeifa in languagea
tsaeaar
Hara'na Hound
HAVANA. Jan
Agent*:
Monte Ayla which groun<
oh* Nubitas. to-d;
..dance on:
1 The total figure of military
ered'.? for 1951 740
mi''..ard Xrancs (15-5 mil-
liards for the

385 milliard lei It
.. .
2 The 140 rnUUardi
taxation .isked fot by ttw
I ! :. '
the Rearmament Plan.
The vote of confidence will be
rtar 10 am. on Monday
Afrer %f Pleven had POl i>'
of confldenec the
rontiiiued II i
on the second reading of the Re-
armament Bill reiecten by the
Senate wh:ch thi* morning
.refused to vote the new I iM
I For each article of the Bill the
lArearnbl* reeeied I* * a ci
i'Ung last
the t
TonnrM con-
' the Bill

Ike And Monty
Will Confer
PARIS, Jan. 2
General Kisenhower. Supreni
Coinniiiii ici i,( the Atlantic Arm).
will confer with Field Marsh.d
Monlgom'-ry, Western Union De-
fence Chief, a few hours afte
arriving on Sunday for his fact-
ilnduig tour of Western Europe,
..cording to sources close ':
Western Union Headquarters.
Mnntgomery's role in th<:
Atlantic has yet to ! decldetl
Ofllcers at the temporary head-
quarters of the new Allan!
Army believed Kisenhower ha I
withheld details of his inspectiu<
m! Kuropean capitals to leat'<
himself free of commitments.
The General will arrive at Orl
on Sunda\ and hold
Conference on Monday. He will
leave for a iwo-rtav vi<
to Holland on Wednesday.
Reuter.
Bevin Wants Red
China Recognised
HY COMMONWEALTH
LONDON, Jan. 5.
COMMONWEALTH Prim.- Ministers were sUcrnl to
night on their cloyiony including the recognition of Communist China on which
the t'*mrp Australia and New Zealand would like to see ;i Pacific
Pact Defence Scheme alongside the Atlantic Treaty Organ-
isation. Such a Pact could not operate wilhout the- I'nitrd
States help, they pointed out.
i Foreii-n Secrel.il* Ilevm ullt
lmc.i to ti> Conrerenea to-eej
e on the Pai K..-r.
He is undersli-m ti> | ins approach on three points:
To limit the area, of con-
OX TOE
SPOT
tliir woman hi \ni,,n.
can hojst of having esiperi-
emed a white t'hristma.
a i.i- ut Hour hunt over hrr
licad
Policemen Injured
lu Fight With Itcd*
RlO Dl JAHBtaO, Jan. 5
A police chief .mil several
policemen hufTered bullet wounds
luring a gun-light with Cennui
list? in Recife, (Brat )i m ordli |
to icportr reaching here IikUv.
Press dispatches from necif,-
aaJd that tlK- shooting whicn
occurred night before last, broke
tut when police, after closing a
local Communist paper, surround-
kI Hi i mldfng ivi re the papai
had offices
On being release,I from prison
i the Judge's official orders, the
paper's staff, backed by other
Communists, attempted to storm
ihe building, threatening policc-
nen artth rifles and revolvers,
epoits said. Police then opener!
lire which was returned by the
Communists and a gun-fight fol-
lowed foi about 15 minutes
When the shooting ended, sev-
eral uniformed policemen an'l
plain clothes men including
RetuVi polke Chief Virato
Ittdaro were l>ing on the
ground, some with senou
wounds. Many Communists wt H
also hit.
R.A.F. Jet Crushes
II' il.l.AM), Jan 3
A jet lighter believed to be a
Union HAV. plane crashed Into
ith of Holland to-
Met
^ t-i he prln-
plei underlying ihe United
Nations .ictlon In Ron I
3 To shapr the Common-
wealth poliej so aa to take In-
to account boih Ihe realltiea -f
lied S' iti attitude and
ii..' Chinese out
il is known
i.i \ in urged recognM i
Peking Oovernmml as ihc ii
fecdvc rapreaanUtlvea ol i hfa >
He argued thai In ll
unifclan. ilurtlQ to
poet Peking lo aiseuas any set-
ii
ackiiowleg.s
negot .ition-
Reulrr
Officer Named lo
Eisenhower's Staff
TAFT
WASHINOTOrl, Jan. ..
Ben itoi Robert i.,n. Repui i
..in leader, to.ia> eh
ml IViiioaiis auM'iiiun
he ha i .iiuhonij i,.
Aincru.in troops lo a Kui| i
Defence Forei eithoul pno
approval li> (ongrrs>
rail ,is>cit.-i in ins Brat forum
leech to the new Congr. -^
that the President had no such
power, contradicting what Ti ,
man told his Nawi Conforcm
I faterdaj
..hi >ito n-.t think Iks
st ites 'ahould -< uhm u i,
' alp in the formiitii.ii i
nternatMMUl .i;.
appotnunent ol aa Amer
ct.iuiiu.iider-m-Chiei. Nor did
he want AaerkMni i" "Ibi
our assistance on nations wn
da not wish to gnu themsch-
He was willing lo commit "aoma
mtcl number of Amen.,
divisions- to North Atlantic l.
fence..
Tart ealle i tierrssndoua Pnlafke." K>phm
| questions, he said the pre-
aeteJaliahed by the aii.im
I ... i created the greatest j.o-
sibic incitement lo war.
He s*id Europe must take th
lead in funning a north Atlanti-
i"ie. i;< hi.
Caronia Will Sail
Less I ban Half-Full
(By JULIAN BATES)
TOKYO. Jan u
IJNITED NATIONS FORCES fought in *.he
centre of the line across Korea to day to stem
Communist sweep southwards aimed at "wiping
out the American agirressors from the Peninsula "
Peking Radio said that North Korean and
Chinese forces had launched an offensive with this
aim almost immediately after occupying Seoul,
the South Korean capital
The American Eighth Army to night called
this action the "only noteworthy activity" of the
day
pi wan'
hoMIni back Can
ii Wanju about 1
12 Nations
Start Talks
i MCE BI CCRS8, Jan 5,
rwelw I A ll
'
i mi. to hmgt-
i
Minis
odon srhere priority was
i
I i )" ookan i
i
ihe home i .i Rau, ol
wd on ttteea lines'
1 A eea
2 Progressive withdrawal of
lumps ol lith sides from Korea
labUshmenl of a com-
ncludlng Conununu
I I .1 K;i-l.-i '.
. In
NEW YORK, Jan.
Chli
4. Th. errettMi ,,r Unite
ipen I-
I
. .
> hav followed Ihe tinea -r
suggestion made at the Political
..,! n.oretblinvh..ll|N1.,,,l , ,.......^.nt, Com.
ihould
dav
Thi [ rn to b;.i|
but hi i I found.
Italy to-day took a
rial step towards joining me
Ini West I in Arms
by nominsting high office, lo
nneaenl h Dwkjlit
LUaenhowei i stall
The Count
nounccd at the rnd ol lia ili^t
meeting in the Ne* Veai that bo-
!ear-old Cenei.i
the Home
military area has been appointed
to the new post
Italy llki i I initially
Ihe 'H
poaal of Oenei
her contribution to Hie |< i rta I
: Army
Italy .tin .mi, !. ., divi lens
r.irU weii equip
by the middle ol thi p
tiro more completely
and a further four near comple-
tion, making 11
General Elsenhower i
n vi-it Rom k on hi
of the Allan. Peel
countries Reulei
empty when she leaves New Y
rmw foi one of the in
'HMM round world crui'
since the war.
Only 20u passengers have U
booked for the four monih
32.UOO milM* voyage with calls ai
30 ports including Honolulu,
llama. New Zealand, Austral>.!
Ken Caledonia New Cuinea. n. n,
ftinttaporc. CnlmnUi, Egypt, II, i.
On a similar but shorter cruise
leal real the Caraula carried 480
.i-is and Ix'came known at, _
the "Mink Hid Oold Ship" be- H**r*Ul
cause ot ihe wealthy peopl
.id. i,i nl *
enter
NO MASS EVACUATION
OF NEW YORK
NEW YORK. Jan B
Mnror Vlncenl it Impeliiteri
said In-day th it there would be
1.....' I evacuation Ol New York
m > attack, fa it must con-
Unue t. opt raU i i war and in
t ,, ,.
Plans were heing made la
evacuate ihe young, aged and In-
nrm. he siiui in .. speech to the
' ' 'i.unlier of Commene
__________ Heater
THE GREEKS NEED AID
ATHENS, Jan. 3
ai Joun 1'i-unfoy, Uniten
"ihassador to Oreece, an-l
ine iie.nU of American and British
military missions today attended
a meeting of Ihc Greek Wai
inch discussed Crwce't
>t three ihould eonslder n
set of principle basis for
possible negonaUona lubaeajaaM to
tin- envisaged establishment of a
eeosenre it.-.....
New U.S. Tanks
Ready Next Spring
) Ii Jen a.
The Lnited Staleh Army Uiuler
ketar>, Mi At.I.....d Alende ,
Binlif ""'' ""' ""*' "',h'' "aw
(Seriee of light, hdrd hitting lanki
would Mart rolling off pn.lucl.n.,
mes aarti thin atsrlrtg
They would contain several
radi.ai Improvement!
" ' ' m I ipmciii ..| .
new medium tank was well uno>
way and a new noarj lank w.-
i roblei
No statement was made win*
tne meeting ended but It was un
derstood Greece's need for In
creased military aid from Ann.
, was examined The meeting [ol
.....ill General Staff talk
tli Turkey at Ankara. Reams
Third Test
ON ii,,. -......a day of Uie
Third Test milch with Aw.
ii iii, .ii Urlbuorne by lanrh
time iii,,.,, bad .oi.1i
'tli for 7 in ihelr first Ian
hnn nrar n.rniiihi leare
w tails: Broun li i.i,iu ,il It]
Bsllej retired hart 13: Bed
'rr b I u.iiu ,i| 3; Evafls n<>|
'Ut fl.
Mil
planned
Mr. Ah
lowing objeethn
gramme
A llKht t.ink Hi,!)
sVsanrj medium, ,i
would knock out an
and "whal mm I
lieu
icander outlined Ihg ft)
\ rt.lm
H,,n won Jli.il".. .
I
.
il'' sen'

Conamunleta, knov
n
Htng the if a
ral Uattheu R I
nth Arm) Commandei
evei rtnh -
B tkdB iiiiii.tiu
. Unlti h I Ithdrawai
iron st mil i itei kro ''^
i
in action*' announead > I
An Aiiicm hi ipoaMaTnan oaie-
gnrtaallj denied i-p.tfu that >
!, . I,
100 Casualties
Ilia rvacui uon of Seoul w_
ompleted lam ojghi when rrai
ahlna lying nfT Inchon, it- port
took off the rearguard of thi
United Nations Hoops All their
to rrara believed sate behina
Uu Kan River south <>f the city.
United Nations guns pounded)
the Han to-day to try to smash
id prevent O i
from walking across Warplanes
Mailed continuously at Seoul's
ibui M

ed 300 Communists killed '
anBUnoed and two tanks, five ,ither
.-'
ii damage,: Tighter Iwmbei*
itteckad a Communist battalion
iiu.h mnvi.i mti Rlmp Airfield,
wrthefat i i Seoul, and rJaetroyod
he last of the alrpor-'H buildings
led Nations Coma
oi ih.- unification and rehahillta-
i.,i .,1 Korea moved from Seoul
nut nkfhi lt membi-i
fl.....it "f Rooul
gf) | da
Beuter
Merrli
I: fngl.nd all out lor
taalrilti 35 fee 1
l H-iUier 0; fall ol
MillerThe Thorn In England's Side
nv w. j. O'iikii.i.v
Ing ball
champion batsman weru; bU wst] OOlj H. .
Compton rOUowed them and mis
The sixth ball of that fated over house M minuti
Bi with the
stumps. Undivided whethei t- iMj i.-ik all th
make a shut at it or to raise the ihe Mgnift.
ilder high Compto
promised. He left the bat beH
weathered the re
of Miller's over b
plaved at each 1
red it to.jk 1., i
1 to open his ee-
''irars. He prob-
ii time to re.,!,
' the cHlastrriii v
VDNEY, J..n V
Boulun the 4Sth over of the
ball which hat. ., startling surprise He had pla>"l
been hit (or IM naid-earned runs f^i bowling nnnehelantlv
b> Engl.shmen. Miller crashed excelled in his footwork in raging
through England's batting strength the two spinners Ivorton an 1
.Mil gave Australia Ihe Initiative. Johnson
Winnirn: the toss and batting on n wu Hutton who ..
a pitch .which was 'low and easy. Haaaett that Johnson was unlikely
Rnglnnu feemed likely to amass u to meet with much
match-winning score. But after apmner was taken off shortly aft.'- and between as theugh he intend- malning batsmen must hold
Hutton and Simpson together ha 1 he had taken Washbtook's wick., ed to play a baseball hunt shot lort until late afternoon Satur
-trleved the early disaster o. Th. Hutton movi Oawe again Miller's inswinger An earlier close to the inn
forward to the pitch of the ball played its deadly part The ball would mean thai Australia
made lvcr*,n look most inoffen- ducked in sufficiently to snick the pass England'-, -core before c
sive. Lindwall had not given him inside edge of the bat and cannon- of play fur the d .\ Week
one rorrytng moment ed off to the leg stump, if was -. roan wouM then bg m Auaira
l.ooo.fxm 10 one 1 hw mel Comp- "
1- thai had befallen his team
ix The position now Is that thi
nounced that the vessel is ai
ng In Havana to-morrow
Reefer
ihbrook's dismissal from
if diving catch by Miller
at short gully slip, ihe Millei-ovci
altered the destiny if the match
With the thud ball of the over
Miller got peat HuMnn> defensive Johnston's iniwingers were ton rnmbled against it doing what
late mwinger whic tucked away safely on Ihe onstde. H did, and he imt It 1
the pads in line with th* Hut Miller with an ' f^r the man who

mps. rmal bowler can siro*..
HuttOt BBM swing an old ball Yet Miller deten
so good that his di*mi->l i-nma as swung it sharply .md Kngland*a him

nim
favou
reaxlirea the position ml
11 batting coursuaously. Biilley
-,1I have lo be dug out Their I nt*
Ud Bedser arin
produce the bes* thay
ftmva in then
|v'-;V -vi
CAVE SHEPHERD ?. CO LTD Sol. D.Mnbutcn
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PAGE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
S\TIRD\Y. JANUARY 6. 1951
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>I,M* in am Frn. tin
KettftfMl*. 7 Ot. NlMHiM Puaki
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M.tFh*M.n < >* T.H Ut|.
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II l> i. Clr 1)..
i t>-*v
I . VIS |
H. .
t.'.L .

iH-nnnl

.
ACTING IS IN THEIR BLOOD
4 Tr*.lr IbWI |i
liom It- tJIHxi
lo 04-
'
1
THE STAFF of T Qndde- Oront Lid. celebrated
party held al tin* Marine Hofl yesterday.
the flft.rUi aiuuviT-*ry of their Irtu With a luncheon
HON. EDWIN I
Colonial Trritsuifi of iint-
iih Guiana, .mil Mrs MclJavi.l
who were holidaytim in Barba-
dos at Edpu.iii>r Hotel. Bathshe-
ba Ml (or B G. via Triiuda.l by
II.W I A .-r: V.
noDti.
Grenada Visit
MR. JAMES NIHii
tional Adviser to CD. &
W. was amonn the passengers
leaving by It W I A
Grenada flight on Thursday
Another passenger on
plane was Mr. John HSTrl
the British Council'* Al
in the Caribbean. Mr. Harrison
will visii St. Lucia and Trinidad,
before returning to B II
Wat Holidaying Vfith
Relatives
Mr. ivan psaila and hi
mother Mrs. Phyli Psal
who have been holidaying In
Barbados lr*t vrstei
noon for BO. by B.W.I.A. Mis
Paalla is the wife of the I
Consul In Georgetown, and had
been visiting her daughter Mrs.
Jack Marson anil other relatlvi
She was staying at Maple Manor.
Hasting*.
Police Magistrate
MR. W. K. FEKGl'SON, PottOS
Magislrute of gtparia and
Mrs. Ferguson returned to Trim-
dsd on Wednesday afternoon by
B.W.I.A., after ipeniHng the
Christmas holidays with their
family at ''Ravenscourt", Fonla-
beUe.
Coca Cola Representative
MR. EARLE rJJOMPSL, CooB
Cola representative re-
turned lo Trinidad by B.W.I.A
yesterday afternoon after .- shott
slay in ILtrlwdos.
Third Doctor
ARRIVED in the I .
islands is Dr. David Boyd.
He U the third doctor of thai
Dominican family to ratum to the
West Indies. After completing his
course In Dentistry at Toronto
University he practiced in Toronto
for some time ami i* now SJfpt cts i
'o take up an appointment in St.
ICItts. He is at preset"
a short holiday with his mother
In Dominica
Barbados Turfite
MR. D MAURICE SKINNEK.
Director of Messrs Man-
ning 4 Co. Ltd.. returned from
Trlnidar! on Wednesday after-
noon by B.W.I.A. after attend-
ing the Trinidad Turf Glutrs
Christmas meeting.
Wedding
MISS IJOKOTHY SCALE of
ii.ink Hall was mai i
i : lloyte nl
Bethel Church, i ''
was pcTformed by RdV< B
Crosby. The bride who was giv-
i.irnagp by Mr Elton
wore a dress of en
gatln. "el Vi'il was kept in
orange blossoms, nn *

Ihuriuin lllios and Queen Anne's
Lj.cc. The Uestman WSJ
maid was
Scale, sister of tho
.. ny, ii r>'-
ccption was held at Bank HaU.
With Singer Machine Co.
AT PRESENT hoUdaytag m
UarKados are Mr and Mrs.
laok Fei-..;iiuic" uf British Guiana.
^laying with the Wall-
bridges m Wondside Gardens
Mi Ki rnnndes is with the Singci'
I.*- Company In
am- Their two children
are with ihem.
B.G. Student
MP. PETER WALLUR1DGE.
ton of Mr. and Mis Pal
Wallbridge who hi
rug the Christmas holiday* with
his f.Hiwiv. let) fee B.Q. yester-
day afternoon by b.w.i.a. peter
is a student at S< Stanislaus,
Roman Catholic College In
Georgetown
Visited Their Daughters
HON. AND MRS. H A. CUKE
who.spent a week's holiday
In Miiti-h Guiana visiting Ibefr
two daughters returnni yesterday
nftamoon by n w 1 a
With Bovell and Skeete
R. DAVID MURRAY, who It
arge uf Messrs Bovell
,.nd Skee' I rtl oftVi
(turned to St Vlncerri I u
Airways a lie had
leen spending u short holidoj
.Mill baa parents.
Director Civil Aviation
B.G.
M.JOl: JACK NICOLE. Direc-
tor it i n .ii li i; .
irrtvi on n H I As flight yes-
Dd will be here until
January lltli. He will then be
going lo Trinidad tor I
Travelling Auditor
MR JAMES TILLSON. Travel-
ling Auditor of the Singer
Sewing Machine Company, who
has bean to Barl
yesterdi
BW I A. for i-uerto Rico
75 Clowns
SEVENTY-FIVE clowns dance
ana pranced about the streets
Of St. John'* during the Chmtms
M-ason They paid a visit to Cos
i : tunent HOUSS on the 28th when
B inrly for Martin
Joan Blackburnc. The Anllguan
downs enjoy clapping their whip*
but when they are vigorously
in all directions they
Kg trie mistake of landing
i ra<-h other.
Surprise
F0UR-YEA&-OLD Dennis Len
agan spent Christmas travel
ing half way around the world
without a relative.
What should have provided his
ii,'(I, Mr Juhn Lenagan of Polnt-
u-Pierre with a home-coming wel
i- int. Unrnsd <>ut to be a New
Year'* Eve surprise. The delay
was in Dennis' stop over In Wash
ington two days.
Dennis arrived from Australia
via New York aboard El Preal
fl'Mr on Saturday night. On
Sunday, he and his father arrived
here by B W.I.A. for a short
Touring W.I.
M
MR. AND MRS. XrtVIKit BEN
ZIGER who came down 01
the Lady Nelson as far as Triul-
d;.d, left Khlp there to return to
Barbados for about twelve days.
They are staying at the Para-
dise Beach Club and after Iheli
visit here they plan to visit
ticvera) other of the Caribbean
islands.
They hall from Greenwich,
Connecticut
Back to B.C.
Mot:: \< mary de salles,
O.S.U and Mother Mary
Paul. OS.U.. of the Urauline Con-
v aat in U.G.. returned by II.W I. A.
They were accompan-
ied by Mother St Rity Ferrel
OS.U.
Arriving by the same 'plane
whks> took them to B.G.. wa:
Mother R Ijingndge who hai
come In take Mother St. Rita1!
pljep at tho Ursullne Convent
here.
Next Visit 1954
MR NORMAN CHAPMAN who
for the past three ami a half
months has been holidaylqg in Bar-
budos with relatives returned to
PC. yesterday by B.W.I.A. His
wife and child are remaining on
for a longer holiday
Mr. Chapman Is tukiug up a
new appointment at Blaiimont
Estate in Bcrbicc.
His next visit to Barbados
told Cnrlb will be in 1954.
BY THE WAY By Beachcomber
I WAS shot through with hor-
ror to read the other day a
complaint about the attendants
in a railway restaurant car
The writer hoped that these
attendants will be taught In their
training school "that the correct
way to serve sausages Is not with
the lingers." The first thought
that occurs to me Is that the cor-
rect way to serve a railwav
sausage Is at the end of a forty-
foot barge-pole. However, on
luxury trains I believe the attend-
ants wear special gloves for
serving this exotic dainty, fill
robur ft oes iriplcx. . Fear-
less, Indeed, was the first man
who launched Ins fragile barque
among the Nationalised British
Railways Sausages
8am$aga 8ekotankJmi
of oiiv i
food to
I can n
laetu
ith the
sug-
AS to serving them
this certji
a contemptuous gerturc
ho throws down a bit of
n dog he rather dislikes,
if.gine the I '
Behool ! Res-
taurant Cpr.Aia i
persuade the rough recruit not to
fling the food about: still less to
expect travellers to plunge their
hands into the dish. Busy pens
scratch in notebooks. "A saus-
age should be served with quiet
reflru n ant Ii it falls to the
flwr. do not kick it under the
table. Remove it unostentatious-
ly in a small aluminium shovel."
,'!'!.,t. sir .'hut do we do If
Laugh the thing
ml." Then BOOMS ihc great day
v. hen degrees are conferred. The
man who serves you r.n the Mai
Chester train Is probably an MS
(Master of Sausages) or, anyhow
ii RS (Bachelor of Sausages).
Ftrrt A.I.: Warra ompi wa
Second A.L: Ores*' ' '''
lEXBUNT. si.......
/W,. Irk
HEY say that U.C Argcntil.f
now so cvammed witti
surplus meat that nnot
vv\ about the Streou and that
traffic Is at a s* Y"t
there nuist be do:> all over the
world who could de with more
meat
s "piIF.'
;. la
BEDDING ai
Evans & Whitf ields
MATTRESSES (Fibre-fillrd)
YOUR
SHOE STORES
3 loot___________$13.17
3' 6"_____________$16 28
4' 6"___________$19 57
SHEETS
80"x100" each_____$7.08
80"x99" .,_____$6.61
70" x 100" .,_____$617
63" x 100" .,_____$5 38
PILLOW CASES 94c. & 97c. a/
With U.B.O.T.
MR. FRANK WBH-I.HN 0..I0
hu been Imli.t... .1
Hj rbedos returf 'd I yi.terday .flenioon b> BW.I.A
Hm wife and family will be re-
dining on for anott.ei Ku.pli
month,
Frank i* with Shell l' HOT
Trinidad
Slayin, with Daughter
MRS C O. BOURNE wa
amona Hie pauengi 1^. leav
I for Trinidad yesterday aftp-
oon by B W.I.A.. H yef
ntk'i
holiday
lighter In St. Ann', I
Short Vi.it
MR. J BERNSTEIN left 'or
Trinidad y e t e r d a y by
B W.I.A. lie will he away for
cue week
PLAZA TheatreBridgetown
1IIIS NUDNIK'. SSfLM
E O'BftlEN in -
AS*SM
TIM HOLT
IMI !!.* lWi
\tist or ali aaarf si
THE IOI .VI t r.VSKK t U "
.'(tow Tin: MH
,._. - aak-i flaaatl ml .11 011IT1 l.f I. I'l. 1. 1 '
- .- EA1.
PLAZA Theatre oistin
lODltI Bio p.m. mm* (IIbbibi '("< "
ADvevnirr r>:. uTioN-aACKcn Kremtmrr
irnix ft at
irTus 1 m mi*
D.inj alj.i lh nal ; liar NkfioIi hel|S * N diets.
THE YOUNGEST CASSONS
CIOIIWOIS
p^::; JT^
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a a Y\
* |Hn

1 aswan
I (Uil lo
< 1 Monutoii
assaesT
.> Only otauuerT
Gim Ui-
itvk l '
I'a.
OSC CllSri .111 i:.,
i osuitn 1 1 '>
. _. prey. {)
ouu ui im multou. m
Monoioiit>ur> ij in? in u. (SI
wansssH euaDviiuoi, to Aagioier.
On 1, a octjinner. m
uim thr .uim aomo lor
iw I l I "
--p of tin 0.1
louily H' o
ou iusv ollen
MM "rip ol Uil_
SSrs vou ran Dud saps, it)
am
linar iiivs wn. (HI
tirtlsdl* .OUK t'lte tSUI 1.1m
rnuOr fan I r t(l:n tin), .111 itfi
'" lp """ s isas; "g,
Anv .finlcnur MO astrT <
. urn at tenDH. (8)
a orsjuiM insect. (Si
rHoff 'ifit, -mep **! nnii
lint. IS I
Mfeuonata
leader. (Si
Doaearer,
s
oame lor a tret an*
Thr third generation ol the
theatrical (smlly of Casson have
iust made their bow from the
stage. Nlthola Casson, seven.
great-niece of Sir Lewis and his
wife Dame Sv1 II Thorndlke. was
star in her school play. The little
rir. She iilayed three pert* an
angel, a white rose, and a child.
Small part player with her sis-
ter was Diana, four; both attend
i he Sheffield Terrace School. Ken-
sington. Elder sister Carols, nine.
who goes to another school,' was
n programme seller.
They are the daughters of Mr.
Hugh Casson, director of archi-
tecture lor the Festival of Britain
Learnetl All The Parti
Casson tells me his children ali
ik.tr on act inn and dressing-up.
Nichola. blue-eyed, with curly
fair hair, has a remarkable mem-
ory, learned her own part and all
the others In the play.
Rupert and the Sketch Book-2
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IiAIETV{THE GARDEN) ST. JAMES
TODAY TO Sl'N. 138 p m. MATINEE: San 5pm
Spectacular Action-Packed Special I I
Guv MADISON Rory CAI.HOUN Cathy DOWNS .11
"MAHKACRI-: RIVER"
Monday unit TueMlay H.30 p.m
"FREDDIE STEPS OIT" & "I WOULDN'T BE IN TOIR
Fieddy STEW Ml I SHOES'
Aifl 'ATM' I II II CINEHA (Member. Only)
TONIGHT und TOMORROW NIGHT al KM
MATINEE: TODAY al 5 p.m.
Cornel WILDE Maureen O'HARA in
"THE HOMESTRETCH"
In Technicolor.
with Glenn LANGAN Helen WALKER
20th Century Fox Picture
MONDAY and TUESDAY NIGHT AT 8.311
MATINEE: TUESDAY al 5 p.m.
Clifton WEBB Shirlev TEMPLE
IN .
MR. BELVEDERE IfOES TO COLLEGE
20th Cerrtury-Fox Picture.
:l~
*.'
Whit W !l.
Rupert, nd. e*fltlUn| *" 'l*u'
Houlif. ho takes tht paptr and
Mittiprri back over the
Sum *nouih. when he comei in
ught ol h.. own coti*a* the tsr is
siiU irrnt. but in soil, el his speed
I hit driven twiv betote hr rehe
G TODAY 1 and R.30 p.m. to TUESDAY
L Maureen and Paul
O'HARA CHRISTIAN
O : in :
B w.w.i
E Extra: "FUN AT THE ZOO'
visit
CLUB MDHGM
The rnott Beautiful Night Club from Miami
to Rio
with a wor/d-wide reputation for good food
Mutic, Dancing
Entertainment
throughout the night
Listen to the Club Morgan Hit Parade
to-night on Radio Distribution at 8.15
Mr. ARTISAN,
GET THE RIGHT TOOL
FOR YOUR JOE
Hand Saw. It- -If Inch Saw Files
Hatchet Bra aj Tapes
( hlselM Trowels
Hammers Hand nnii-
Planes Pliers
Square* Blow lurihi-
Table Vice-. Bench Grinders
liu>pi>et the wide ranse sleeked bi ..ur Hardware
and Ironsaenrery Department
THE IIVHiMIHIS O-OI'I II 11 II I
corroiv in nun itd.
I


1
SATURDAY J A MARY . 1151
BARBADOS A11VOCATF.
FRENCH SENATE REJECT
NEW TAXATION
PARIS. Jan. 5.
THE FRENCH SENATE (Upper House) to-day re-
jected the 140 000.000.000 francs of new taxation proposed
in the Government's special rearmament budget and i
adopted by the National Assembly (Lower House) last
Saturday.

aUon proposals by 173 to 131. the
Senate which had sat alt through
the night approved the amended
BUI by 153 votes to IS (all Com-
junlstt).
Th* L'ppci Roastr .ipproved by
the same voting ligure*. the eg-
pendltun ; i totalling
T4O.000.000.00U franc* and inclno-
"no.000,000 tarn
i > irmament bud]
I Sn S< i..
Ins MO uote.
Gauiliits. Coaawrval i
time Pad leafast the
tax pre*
The Dill wtll N i
1 I
expected
that the Lower Mouse "
the Hill .
itself including IhO l*o,0
francs of new tai
The 11111 will then U'.
Many Gaullist and Rai
ators object to the new luxes
which hit mostly business enter-
prisesbecause Ihey
IIAIIIIAIMIS WIWHI
Humphries
Knocked Up
Bevan
The
noney could be got by
economics and non-essential civil
expenditure
The money so raised will not ir
reality be used for rearmament
They consider the rearmament
programme inadequate.
Reuter
Quake Was Natural
Pram Oat Own ('rraapaaSf all
ANTIGUA.
It ib filt that the recent earth-
quake shocks In Nevis have bee.i
due to natural causes and not due
to blockage m the mountain
stream which discharge- sulphur
and was recently discovered to be
cold instead of hot when probed.
LONDON
Twenty-eight year-old Richard
Alan Humphries. high- pn ,t"l
Lonuonet what a political fcriev-
anee, ts a aiaer and poorer man
today.
Ha has discovered that when a
it.an wt| ii word with a Social-
s' it***, jik! pnrticu-
tor .f Health Aneurin
' must not go banging
on the Minister's front door. It
only leads to trouble.
Humphries was arrested and
"" London Magistrate's
court With using insulting be-
l.aviour. He was discharged and
ordered to pay S3.00 costs.
Humphries lold a policeman. "I
only banged on ihe door. Why
does Bevan have a policeman out-
side this door? Churchill would
r.ot mind my knocking at his door.
I shall take the matter before the
Conservative Party "
In court Humphries, who
pleaded guilty, said: "There was
really no point In what I did.
It was a bit of high spirits."
I N.8
WHAT'S I\ A NAME *
NEW YORK
Moscow, Idaho (population
GO, 144), is nut going U> change i>
name because New York, U.S.S.R.
(so named in the thirties because
n New York woman donated a
factory to the Russian town). Is
going to be rarhrtstsned. Th*
Idaho Muscovites say what Ser-
geant Hitler said: "No. it's no'
name. Let the other guy change
his."
MB. ALEXANDER CHIN leasing in his champion creol horn* Atomic II With Frank O Neil np after
winning the Oovemor's Cup at tat T.T.C. Christmas Meeting By .coring tai* great victory Atomic
II became the flrst Barbados bred horse to carry ofl tha fAieou* race und the third rreola ever to
da so. This ptenre ably demonstrates tha MM of the, tra.h while fatigue caa be seen on the faeaa of
both horse and rider. The black dog at left can be 'eon at the flntnlt of every race at the meeting bat
thia time he got into the picture as well.
rIPTT'RV TO RATIONING
INNSBRUCK
Wartime rationing of butter
and fats is to be rclntroduced i"
the Austrian Tyrol on January l
Reason: hoarding by tourist hotels
anxious to please guests.
NARROW ESCAPE
MADRID:
A lorry driver who thought hi^
vehicle had collided with a pig
near Burses was rescued afte'
being severely mauled by the
victim, a 170 Ib. wild boar, whci-
a couple of other drivers joined in
the fight and killed the beast.
Dopinit
In his Mimmiiifi up THE SCOUT suggests
that to keep trainers on the alert . .
Teslfi Musi Be Made Daily
ll.i Tin- S.oul
ONE of the great weaknesses about the new Jockey
Club rule on doping is that the stewards hove denied
themselves any powers of discretion.
U. K. SHORT OF MANPOWER
l-abour at the Annual Conference of the Institute of Personnel Management >
Compared with prewar days the total working population
has gone up bv J million and the number of unemployed down
by 1 million. Then ,ii.. aj result. U million more people
employed. ......
Yet Iherr is I manpower shortage.
For this there an seven main reasons:
1. Th* buildiny protfrommehouses, schools, factories,
power stationswhich takes 50.000 more than prewar.
2. The heavy demand for industrial re-equipment.
3. The increased postwar demand for consumer goods
which could not be supplied during the war. This, together
uith the need for Industrial ro-equipment, requires 550,000
more in manufacturing than prewar.
4. The need for additional exports, which have employed
million more than prewar in manufacturing. (The
growth has in turn rreatcd the need for 220,000 more in
the basic industries excluding agriculture.)
5. The import;inre of saving dollars by means of iiure.iseC
food production at home Aoriculrtire now employs 180,000
more than prewar.
6. The necessity of continuing some rationing and controls
and the development of the social serricer, causing an ex-
tra I million to be employed in national and local govern-
ment service. ,.,,
7. The need for increased Defence Force* million more
Uian in my M
That adds up to an extra .1 million people, of whom 2}
nre in civilian Industry and services. Obviously some sectors
must Be employing less manpower; they are. In fact, distribu-
tion, commerce and the professions, and the manufacture of
cninpmr-nt und supplies for the Forces.
What are future requirements likely lo be? Assuming no
major war, no serious overseas trade recession, and a continu-
ing check on fntemul inflation, the manpower requirements for
industry are likely to increase on account of:
(ii) The new rearmament programme.
(ill) The demand for export goods and for "dollar savers.'
While in the industries producing consumer floods for the
home market and in National and Local Oopernme-nf fhere ^nay
manpower, Ihe reguire-
Ut.i- Slid " lo in".-!!.'.', and possihlp
e next len veers IBS dV-
atttneta that can
be a iliaht falling o0 in the demand for
mrnts of Industry us a whole, of com*
and o/ the Armed Forces are likely
increase substantially.
ft is likely therefore I'm' o*H r W
mand for manpower trill increase.
What about the supply? From the best <
be made it is likely that
the total working population will remain practically
stable,
the shortage of women in industry will be more acute,
there will be an acute and continuing shortage of young
the average age of our working population will get pro-
gressively higher.
And there arc no sources from Which significant urtdiuonal
numbers can be obtained.
liderations emerge four Implication '!
I work tradition.
,ode of every boy and
From these
industry:
1, Men or machines will have to do
allv done by women, boys and girls.
2. The best possible use must be i
*"" 3. The increased production required can only be ob-
tained by increased productivity. ....,, tw,
4 Increased productivity will not be easily achieved be-
cause of the ageing of the working population
The manpower shortage will affect recruitment for the
Forces, particularly of Regulars. It is in the interests of man-
power emcicncv that Defence commitments should be met to
Regular Forces'. As our economic strength cannot exist with-
out adequate Defence Forces, industry has a responsibility to
Aist in recruitment of Regulars, and it is in their ;:.
that thev should do so. The important thing lor in
do is to'give men, when they come out of the Forei even
opportunity to obtain employment suited to their age. exi>erl-
ence and ability so that they wUI i- assured os setisfaetorv
resetlU'ioent. It will thus be clear to the younj men Of the
country that a man's period in th.- F. i
grated career.
WHETHER YOU ARE A
LARGE
USER
OR A
RedRose
TFA-
SMALL USER
YOU DESIRE THE
BEST TEA SO USE
RED ROSE TEA!
IT IS GOOD TEA.
I magi i
filiation Huns
Away With Witness
AUGSUUHG, Jan. S
Judge Geor.j( Magi tmt today
told a willies* in the Use Koch
trial who had turn, hat] tile court
with a wealth of data I
Illumine ted kulli ;i.'i
made or tattooed skin "I think
you are letting your imagniiilioii
run away with you."
The witness. Johanu Walter, 63,
a Bavarian butcher, said ho had
stolen into Use Koch', bed mom
in August 1944, the day ul a bomb-
ing attack on Buchenwiild eon-
oratrattoo camp, under the ex.
of disinfecting there. In the
room, he said he saw a blue
velvet handbag with two panels
ef tattooed human skin on it. also
a table lamp of human akin and
I etai v
The lamp mat lit by pressing
the big toe.
The judge told him that Use
Koch had already been out of
Ruchenwald exactly one year
when the Allied bombing attack
came
All other evidence showed that
this lamp had been dH mantled in
1941 through fear of ;m S.S. (.Nazi
Btackshiris) inquiry Th.- lamp
was not lit by pressing 0Q the big
tcx\ hut by pressing on tii<- little
toe. Dr. Maginol said.
Reuler
A trainer's licence "shall
ithiirawn. No Its and huts
ThiTe is, In fact, no need to
hold an enquiry when the pres-
t of dope has been found.
Suspension Ls automatic
One is accustomed to hearing
'xaggerated reports on the race-
(>!!: Many tiainers have con-
hdeii to me suspicions that one
t thru- horses hns been "got at"
when it failed to run up to
e*pe< utions.
There was n doubt
ir '.'i> Mun's Case
THE&Jl suspicions are not
always accurate. Rut there Is no
sense in blinking one's eyes at
facts.
cannot forget the sight of
Happy Trio and Nighttime blind
Buttl box at Salisbury in May
of hist year.
Defote ihiii (here wm the in-
eontBeUblc evidence -f tin
steeple-chaser I-eap Men iieing
sprayed with acid at Nottinghai
in October 1946.
Hair never grew Main over li:
quarters and on the dank where
'lie iicld had been squirted
Men who would stoop to tricks
of this sort for a little easy money
irnxi i** ., hard-hearted bunch of
thugs.
B0 then is probably more truth
in these racecourse whisper*, tii
many people choose lo think
Three llerkshire trainer* have
volunteered to Hive evidence
before the stewards Farh
certain that a horse in his chai
i taVOUrtta Ul rD thr-*e insln
reswas "got at "
Iior*>e was 'Nobbled,' lie
Si, priii-i! Owner
A NORTH COUNTRY traU
made doubly sure His best
gpa inter ran unaccountably badly
in i small baodscap
He had him 1-m quickly away
from the course and independent-
ly examined. 'The horse was
stiff with dope," the trainer said
Up could not trneo the culprit.
but suspectod sirongly the
owner.
No one knows bettor than that
tr.'iiner how lucky he is still to
hold a licence.
The present situation Is unsatis-
factory from almost every angle
ii he experti. cannot agree
that the system used for testing
for dope is 100 per cent accurate.
The Jockey (Inti moves slowly.
M 1 I hold out on hope of any
imnsadiate action
Here, however, are my sugges-
tions:
AM AMNESTY for all trainers
who have been effected by this
ule. (They will be marked'
men. anyway, even If they sue
'-etxl in setting up again.)
*>! BHTITI'TION of the word
may" for "shall" in the rules.
I)\ILV TEST*, to keep all train-
is alert.
IIIREE OPINIONS on the analy-
sis of samples, and not merely
one
These minor alterations are
.rely all that are needed to en-
ai.le "authorities and trainers
e< -operate in stamping out
' the sport. l-B-fcV
fthHumry
John 1 -mar layrnr
< passing of the |aic
nhn tsm.ir Ityine. Bert^dos km
M fffM loved Ihe island dearb
id a per* ,.,, he-r,
' iiu-ndlj. ens] ^ genial gbaro
nd eense of bumour so gre*.
iat all those who knew h:m wll
remember him alweys
He had tod a Ufa of adventur*
md varied occupation since a
young man His abilities were
g'cat and he quickly master**
technique of the work
'ml. but always a thirst for
.iventure led him to other places
I;. Barbados he first worked as an
erseer for the Him Mr Douftaa
Pile. an| it was there that ha
formed the great love for the
beautiful island, the liking and
understanding of the Coloured
Barbadians, and ihe determina-
tion to return to it to eid hi*
days, which stayed with him
renaj I
Meualle
After working in very responsj.
ble poets with oil companies in
Trinidad, he want to Canada,
railed by the prospect of adven-
ture. There he joined The Roval
Canadian Mounter Police, but
though the Ule area interesting
the prospects ot advancement
were very *low ful young i
and after two yeurV avrvice
obtained his discharge and left
for the real West. British
Columbia Here he engaged
business for some time but again
he rebelled against a humdrum
suburban life as the mere slow
making; of money could not sat
Ufy so ardent a spirit. He and his
brother-ln-law partner went ir
' "t gold mining
Hum For (.old
Seeking for gold always cast I
spell on those who once begin i>
and In 1935 he went lo BrlusJ
Ouiana and made a remarkable
solo trip through the jungle to
the Bmrllian Border and the
Head-waters of the Amazon ana
slaked nnd worked claims on
alarudi Mountain. This lone
expedition and the two years ol
hardship and hard work which
followed Is a feat the magnitude
nf which can only be appreciated
by persona who have done some-
thing; similar
Ill-health and lack of any
medical aid forced him to make
,the trip back under condit
nlrh would make the town-
bred shudder. Afutr recuperating
Island he loved be returned
to Canada. When the war brok<
out In ISM, he enlisted two
i.i'-. before Canada officially
leclarcd war.
Diew Countries
Welcome
BONN. Jan. i
miaul but a*
panettng '
" i iai information that n
wnes of new countries would
welcome West German Consulate*
it was autl
Among the COUI
nara Braid. Chile, India, Ireland
Sweden and Switzerland.
lenaany has so far Con-
sulates in nim Includlnsj
the three main Western Allies.
There are plans '
ment of llataa.
Heater
Leeward Delegates
For Medical Conference
Ti
Oat 0" .""I....."i,
ANTIGUA.
Leeward Islands delegate*
the forth U .1 Con-
ence in Trinidad wUI Is" Dr
It. Wynter from Antigua and
. P. I. Boyd of St Kilts
7 Medaia
Though he had been an officer
lor several years In the Canadian
Scottish Regiment, (Princess
Mary'a Own), the after^efTeeta of
blackwaler fever and malaria.
ciintracled during his time 1"'
Uritiah Ouiana, had left him hi
such poor health that he was not
accepted for overseas service,
though willing to serve In
capacity. However, he was deter-
mined to play a man's part in
the war. so he obtained his dis-
liarge on medical grounds from
he Home Defence Force and
cined the Merchant Marine ns Ai
enameer officer He served in nil
tankers in the war zones of the
Pacific and Atlantic, in dinner ol
llaming death every minute.
Those who performed this duty
were regarded as nmong the
most courageous of the war.
Seven medals from a grateful
uniry were among his proudest
mess Ions.
When peace came he returned
l<> Canada and In December, leSO
came again to settle in Uj' -
b.idue He died at the age ot
forlyBve on Tuesday, January 2
slid in uccocdance with his ex-
pressed wish he was buried at
sea on Wednesday ard off the
Island he loved.
"It's a long, lone Watch that
he's ii'keephig there.
Where the Tndes and the tides
roll over him, B
And tbo great ships go by.
More Water Flows
Into Sinking Ship
BRISBANE, Jan. S
With she engine room snd one
hatcn already Hooded, the aban-
doned P. and O. cargo liner
Panusa (11,000 tons) which struck
lock in the great barrier reel
on Wednesday night was today
inking In more water In two more
hatches aft the bridge.
A radio message received by
the ship's agents here from the
f.667-ton Dutch freighter Mlnskep,
which was standing by after tak-
ing off pie ship's company, said
hr position h"d deteriorated
overnight.
Shipping authorities here hoped
to be able to get tugs with pumps
lo help ber. They hoped she
might remain "float over the roe*
of Pine Peak Island If the weather
l.fld fair Reuter.
HARBOUR LOG
In Carlisle Bay
M V. TB Radar. M V Oarte
bee. Schooner Marian Belle W4fe.
Schooner Anita H Sc hooner Philip
H Davidson. Schooner Mary M
Lewta, Schooner Marea Henrietta.
Schooner Zelleen. Schooner CTy-
rleeama O.. Schooner Emn*ei c
f.ordosi, Schooner Triumphant
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Saturday. January G, 1951
A Review Of The Colombo Plan
\VfS
IT HAS become fashionable in this island
(or many people who seek the votes of the
people to endeavour to satisfy the elector-
ate by making statements which they
themselves cannot substantiate and which
in many instances have no foundation in
fact. Some of these statements made at
the St. Michael's vestry nominations on
Tuesday, should be examined.
It was stated that the small trader in this
parish was burdened by being asked to pay
more than his fair share of taxation.
Another statement on this plane was
that the members of the vestry only attend
meetings at which they seek to protect
themselves from taxation.
These statements standing by them-
selves might be allowed to go by default
but when taken together and viewed in the
light of the personnel of the vestry, give a
most unfortunate impression.
The facts as revealed by the tigures prove
an entirely opposite conclusion. And it
does not take an economist to realise it
The bulk of taxation is collected from
trade and the remainder from property
ownership. Trade in this parish is esti-
mated at $4,135,673 and the amount of tax
collected is $496,280.76. This is paid by
1,464 traders. Property is estimated ut
$1,485,173 and the tax collected is
$178,280.76 and to this should be added,
that collected from land amounting to
$9,928.80. The total tax on property is then
$188,209.56 and is paid by 14,119 owners.
The returns by 20 of these traders show
that they are responsible for $2,000,000
leaving the remainder of the tax to be paid
by more than 1,400 middle and small trad-
ers. Accurate figures show that 17 of these
traders who are members of firms with
vestrymen as partners are responsible for
$1,609,490. This is a simple extract from
the figures in the Parochial Trade List
which any ratepayer, (and that includes
potential vestry candidates,) is entitled to
see and examine.
If then the members of the vestry attend
meetings merely to protect themselves
from taxation they do the job extremely
badly because they seem over a period oi
years to have made it a custom for these
firms to pay the bulk of the taxation.
The accusation that the small trader is
unnecessarily burdened with taxation also
falls by the wayside. But if he is so bur
dened it is his own fault. There have been
occasions when the vestry wurned small
traders that it was their duty to keep
proper books. In some instances the ves-
try against its own inclination, was com-
pelled to fix an arbitrary amount on which
the trader should pay. This was followed
by a howl and an appeal for consideration.
It is this dodging of taxation by those who
should pay which increases to a fractional
amount any taxation which the small
trader must pay.
The fluctuations of taxation are not as
great as might be glibly stated by those
who seek to catch votes by talking arrant
nonsense before a crowd of ratepayers.
The ratepayers are entitled to be told
when policies adopted by the vestry are
irimical to their interests; but the people
who serve as vestrymen are entitled to
have their actions examined fairly and dis-
passionately. Those who seek the suffrage
of the people do themselves less than
justice when they make statements with-
out any foundation in fact ..oping to catch
votes by deceiving those who listen to
votes by deceiving those who listen to
them. It is time that a halt be called to
this detestable practice.
I
By D
ROBtRIS
LONDON
IN future of Ail.. .,.-'_
cuuloit* are tr. London or Watfi- rated higher .han 20 ntiUiou
inttton ,. BP*;.t nvin>- reformers annually. A* a result Ihe pro-
are bttafl ma I.- |0 i"'1 i^cently gramme will involve Pakistan in
announc-.-*. "Six Year Clan" for a dcllclt of about 130 million in
the rronomie development of a period of six years. Wltn figure*
South and South-East Asia This calculated on a comparable baaik
'Colombo Plan" la boiii* talked of the needs of India to carry out
a a panacea Bn expedient in the programme are set at !
withstand the possible political million. The mam limitation fore-
dlilntegration of Aala ,. \,y imii.i i- in.- difliailty in
The Colombo 1'ian ..- it is lindlnK men of Ntn*avM lerhnu.it
lllad i'fttfr the capital city of skill, available in sufficient num-
Ceylon. where International con- ben. Indeed an examination of
ferencfs inaugurating the scheme the list of persons requited for
were heldis a scheme for capital India's programme Indicates this
nvesimcnt over a period of six difficulty in a world that is already
years in India, Paktst.ni, Ceylon, at-riously short of trained 1cch.nl-
Malaya and British Borneo The ians India will need, for
total llnure for six yean is given instance 339 mechanical engineers,
as 1.860. This figure, which a large number of highly trained
appears large nt first sight, needs electricians to install hydro-
explanation electric planU, and about
First il is
precise that the dfc*N -
U >po.,nc pn;,:l. 388 of the*, KX.,,,^,,, ,,, u Wlh.
f^ XL* i c^m''- lnton The toul -.*rn.l Unancr
man. alre.,1, Th, Colombo ,^mrM , , ,,i081
Plan. In fact. i not ,i Manila I ,,. 0I IhU (Inure Gat
Aid" propamme lor Briu.l. ,, ,, , ,._
Commonwealth e o u n I r I c, ami lr|buU, mbou , ln
British territories ln A.a. The Iorm ,, , IM ..,,, ,, o(
most suitable paralle with a orU ,,- (During u,,,
acbama In Europe would be witli w In<||. p,klll ,nd c lon
the MonM IMan In France which Berlin, credit. In
presented in IMS. Ihe direction London' wmch w0 fto,p au
of eapltalinveelment n. France wteMed UIKl arrangcmrt year
i , ST k """* b* r T"1* '" million
Colombo Plan, however u in. one virtually a final settle-
fT. m"- ?T"^ '","..** "*>> of Iheae frozen debt,)
"fi. / ,'" individual ,,,. rcms|, , fl|rln
"" '." i"?.'i IM0 million which Is no! , far
provided This lljrure appear, to
be of different proportion- if It
Is estimated as C140 million per
m. (approxlmatelv U.S
I50O million).
i in, i...ii in ' ,.. -: .- :
oat anllipvase'l MaMfl
in w..I,mater,
... t It... I i
_ ... hundred sclenlllU' expert, rjnKiuK
iniporunt to ap- flun| Keopnvsl,,jMs ursUrV* -
Thu
for Instance, there are eight ma)or ,
Igation and electrical schei
listed, (seven of which are already
begun), and some 49 minor ir-
rigation schemes There are six
programmes for the reclamation
of land and five afforestation pro- In this context 11 is worth study-
grammes To carry out the Ing the recently published report
schemes the number and types 1o President Tmmnn made by Mr
Of exports thut will be needed Gordon Gray, concerning the
from abroad are already listed Foreign Econnmic Policies of tho
and the number of trainees who United Stales, ln the section
will be sent abroad, to return "ev<*od * UnderdevelopedI Coun-
tralneri to run the projects, are "*- Mr,.(;ra>' "',J"^ the con-
estimated elik.ion that the only means to
raise tlM U-Vt- of Asian mul African
The plans of the Governments countries is by investment in pro-
of these countries which have duetlve resourcesnot by direct
been published here In a singlo subsidy to consumption. (This, in
document show marked differ- Itself, is a marked contrast to the
ences, one from another, in point Miimhall Plan which was largely
of expectations of finance und In roncemed in maintaining produc-
the estimate they make of the '<>" > Kurope by providing food).
limitation! put on the programiii. ' '<'* """" Ihe Part to be
Pakistan, for example. ......, thai ""' lnH,n..tlnnal Hank
nnai.ee available -aid.- the coun- wi|| (ip nv%nsai., for ,. ,,,.,.,,
try for schemes of ti.'- kind. Its g nnnnci.il institutions to push
Government points out that in ,,,,, dove-oneae*. plain. ..ggres-
tinder-developed muntn - then eively. co-ordinate their activities,
is great difficulty In mi uitaimiiK ;,n.t to e\pand the volume of their
a rate of savings anywh re com- lending optfsAlonS In tl-.-- next few
parable with that in fcjrupean jrem the two banks should seek
countries Pakistan Is a country an. annual net now of investment
of eighty million people yet its funds in the range of 000 to 800
total rate of saving cannot be million dollars annually"
rtata, wag pnax ntigjg
Presidenl I
the most
opinion
in the :
rnendation. win be aceeptod
entirely On the figures h.* gi
there are several othei
tions Mi
grammes of usveatmenl foi-
Philippinev. Indom-sia, Ihi'o-Ci.i.i.
Burma, th. MJri
and ito .. Africa, as
well i ithin me
I
population of 450 million p*-npl< -
mouths and soulswithin In*
area of the Colombo ri i n
sents far more than half
lopad populali,,].
unist worldthat is
counting China as no lot)
responsibility.
What is apparent from every
line of the Colombo r*p0f1
the aehemes are of tin
urgency. These Oavsg
which, meetly, h.-.vr '
(oittrol of their own affairs sinx-
World War U. are faced with
perilous econttnlc ,in situations. Iralla. Pakistan and
Ceylon have each begun capital
projects under tho pressure of
economic neceitsity thai :!;<> n
i
through with th.-n own lesouu.s.
This improvident over-planii.:...
has been instituted, m i
in i.nii-i to slave off the dauter
or communism It is because -.e
failed to take such gran
on cauilal scheme* lhal Chiang.
Kai-shek collapsed. Tim.
easy way for Britain,
Australia and the United State* to
HUd th,. sum of over fl.O
As in most schemes nf this kind
the demand for capital will (all
unequally during the six jroan
It is possible to contemplate that
400 million will bo rwiuired for
Asia in the year 1952~iii vear
that already looks
although it is 13 month)
Nevertheless there Is eonsiderantc
determination, in political quarters
here, to regard the wholv
lion of capital aid to .V
essential expend.ture 1 j i
present the account in a different
light I intend, finally, to
some of its artttunatK I
terms, and nn-kon it by famine-
1-et us assume that the whol-
invt'slc -Tit iv .,|,i b) Rj | ,n I)
averages 185 million each year.i
Which is 8 for each wage-ea------
every year: it represents <
Bftfath parl of thenati
As an alternative let us assume
that llritain affords half the in-
vest men I <>f 'hi-
(he other half is carried by the
United States Thai other half will
be less than $300 million
Which amounts to $6 for every I
American wage-carnal ^" l> U]
expenditure would be less than a
half of ona par cent of ths nanona]
Income of the United Slates. If the,
and other programmes even, of i
similar scale. ,,. j,,, efTecli.e
moans to witlistand Communism In
Asia then they can only i counb
as cheap at the price.
'Five Years of Socialism*
LONDON. Jnn. 2.
Britain's new three-year ten.
billion-dollar rearmament pro-
gramme will mean "sacrifices"
but Indications today are that the
"cradle to grnve" social security
system will not be discarded
Labourite spokesmen from
Prime Minister Attlec down to
local leaders have made it clear
that the social services^the show-
piece of Socialismare sacrosat.ct.
Britain today has one of the
most comprehensive of such sys-
M B the Wi.rldcosting $4,200
million yearly, or 174 per cent of
The National Income.
Former Labour Party Chairman
Sam Watson claims:
"Poverty has been abolished.
Hunger Is unknown. The sick are
tended, the old folk cherished
Our children are growing up in a
land of opportunity."
Far from all Britons agree
entirely.
The "Welfare State" has as-
sumed anonnoug responsibility
for o long list of services under
a plan that is largely slate
financed
All employed persons, however.
pay weekly contributions to enable
this broad programme thai even
Includes children's allowances.
Men pay 09 cents weekly, their
employers contribute .18 cents;
women pay 52 cunt.", employers
contribute 43 cents. Children be-
tween 18 and 18 pay reduced rates.
I ll< t"fd 1 nh.llf COY
,. ...Mi- lllllll
By FRED DOERFLINGER
TlM bill has jumped so highly
that the Labourite treasury ha>
warned "it is all we can afford."
To tho social security bill must
be added food subsidy costs total-
ing nearly $1,400 million in 194<
50. Former Socialist Cli.nuellor
of the Exchequer. Sir Stafford
Cripps called a halt to this and
put a ceiling on Food subsidies
for 1930-31 of $1,148 million.
The "Welfare Slate" was made
possible by a sweeping redistribu-
tion of wealth through taxation.
Britain has the highest direct and
indirect taxation in the world -
as high as 98 per cent on income
tax.
But even the lowest-pai.l
workers are contributing.
Britons, knowing that people
having incomes as low as $70<>
yearly must pay income tax. fully
realize that the social services are
not "free".
Even Conservative critics con-
cede that everyone has the "bare
necessities"apart from housing.
But under this process the upper
and middle class living standard
has been cut nittllill comntirco
to pro-war time.
WoffcftU .lass families enjoy a
closer parity to pre-war slandnrds.
But their dissatisfaclion with eon.
dltions is apparent from the tact
that more than 5.000.000 workers
now are demanding hn:ii,
The National Healtli Service ha,
caught most criticism from all
sections. Fiery Ministci of Healtli
Aneurin Bevan has admitted their
is room for economy and is des-
perately trving to prune expanse-
Housing is the exception to
everything in the "Welfare Stab
The housing famine is worse
than ever. This, despite the fact
that more than 1.000,000 families
have been rehoused frogfl IMS
through 1949 by new building,
repairs and conversion.
Still, walling lists for accommo.j
dation of all kinds are pathafkaUl '
long. Prospects admMtedly aie
poor.
In Britain today Ihe new.boni
baby gets free orange |
cut-price milk from the state; lit
is looked after all his life. Wh.v.
he dies, the State provides a de.,.ii
grant of $38.
The Soc|a.lla1 Oovanuneol
intends to try to keep tin*. ysteU
regardless of big militan appro
priations ahead, appmpriat.,
that will be big for ihe Brftlsn
Budget even |f the United States
aids substantially.I.N.ft.
OUT GOES SYPHILIS
By ROttRT N SCHWARTZ
CHICAGO.
Syphilis, the dread venereal
disease which was once the
scourge of the civilized world. Is
rapidly being shoved Into the
limbo of all-but-forgotten diseases
such as yellow fever.
Credit for its conquest is given
to two things penicillin and
public education.
Dr. Paul A. OLeary. Chief
Dermatologist at Mayo Clinic in
Rochester, Minn., and a professor
at the University of Minnesota
School of Medicine, said today
that so rapid has been medicine'*
victory over the disease thai
medical schools have to scramble
to find patients to show then
students.
The reporter noted that this fact
would be startling news to the
public. Dr. O'Leary replied
laconically:
"It v. ill be news to the medical
profession, too."
A number of other noted
.Syphiloglsts who attended the
American Academy of Dermato-
logy meeting in Chicago this week
loiillrrned Dr. O'Leary's finding.
Dr Herbert KaMner. assistant
professor of Dermatology at
Northwestern University, said that
even at Chicago's vast Cook
County Hospital, syphilis patients
were becoming so scarce that
students were getting information
about the disease from textbooks
lather than flesh-and-bloo:|
patients.
He predicted that within a fev.
months most mass livatmriit
tenters set up in large urban
centers would begi-; closing their
doorsfor lack of patttfltg.
Dr. O'Leary added:
"The number of patients with
svpliilis Is decreasing so much thai
In ccrt.'ln centres it lias becocne
difficult to accumulate material fo<-
statlstical surveys."
United States Public Health
Service figures indicate that the
number of cases of syphilis declin-
.-d from a peak of 540 31"'. in lS4a.
several years before the icmcilh-i
treatment was begun, to an esti
mated 250,000 for las: raaf
These figures. hoW4rrati do not
liil the srboll Mi Hie
advent of the ptiMdllU
It is possible for an II rid
be Infected, cured and th<
Infected, Public Health ,
rosUtutaa, for in
lad t foil
ear and show
I
four ditTcrent cases. Before the
ailvent of the penicillin treatment,
of course, cures were few and far
St ween
The penicillin treatment, observ-
ed Or O'Leary. has been in use
for little more than live years and
has become standardised oal)
within the last
.....
t steins for administering
it and two previous formj of peni-
cillin bafore we gol procalne peni-
cillin and settled on a schedule of
n first injection of 2 4 million units
of penicillin followed by four
LnJecuofU nt four day inter-
v.ds of 600 000 ur-.its each."
Thus, the overal; length of the
ant b : fv || dayi and
cures run higher than 95 per cent.
Treatment N quick.
simple and lm.
Thu is in sharp contri
i I'lU-blsmutli treatment ,
ajj tarourad before pen:..
The araan'c braataflienl tc
months. was.extremi> painful ...
! d long periods or hosphali-
/a t ion
"Will, that kind-fif trcalinent,
sdd Hi. O'Leary. 'all the ,
education h> the Wotil
do too much good; pei.j-1-
dull't have the mesUkS, the time
and Uh
inent,
' n i,.i- tnaad ail thai
Ii .in b* ad
anjinna and even f the u I
. t tal
I
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90 pi -

By JOAN ERSKlNt
LONLX)N
THE PRESS Kflations Uixectur of the
K.miv.iI al llritain || a ion*. sufferinK younj:
man with u mission. He believes, with deep
and conviiic mu sincL-nty. that the success or
lailurc of the Festival rests on the British
people. It depends on the extent to which
people use their own initi.it iv.-
Ii is tremendous opportunity for tfood-
hearted rivalry between towns. Sheffield
be said oruphically "can thumb its nose at
Bradford, and competition will spur all the
smaller towns to contribute something
Already many have plans afoot for starting
new repertory companies, running a special
series of concerts, art shows or exhibitions,
building sports pavilions, planting avenues
of trees, or putting up seats for the town's
old people".
We privately felt that it wts a sad day
for England if we needed tha stimulus oi a
massive nation-wide Festival to induce some
of our smaller boroughs to seat their aged,
but we could be wrong.
These smaller subsidiary exhibitions,
functions, and 90 on, in conjunction with
the main festival, are now known to be
taking place m more than 1,100 separate
towns. With the annual exhibitions which
have already proved of international interest
-the Shakespeare season tit Stratford, Shaw
at Malvern, and tho Festivals at Cheltenham
and Edinburghit is hoped they will help
the tourist trade by encouraging people out
of London.
The Press Relations Director admitted
frankly this week to an audience of other
press relations officers, that no-one really
seemed to Know why the Festival was going
to be held at all, or what its aims were. The
best way of invoking interest and real en-
llmsi.ism for ihe project was by the spoken
word, but how was this possible to an audi-
ence that was scattered all over the world"1
"Unless you have watched this thing grow"
said the earnest young man "it is impossible
io feel as we do about it. It becomes just
another job of work. But to us it is the reali-
sation of a brilliant idea".
Why was it decided to have a Festival in
the first place? To celebrate the centenary
of the lHf.l exhibition. But from that begin-
ning it has grown. It is not so much an ob)ect
as an occasion for doing something 1 tally
worthwhile, something fundamental and
widespread. The exhibition of 1851 was ln-
urn.ihunal. It was a gigantic Trades Fair.
and it ii always easier to get foreign coun-
tries interested if they are participating.
Then. In- added, surprisingly:
"Funds simply would not run to allowing
foreign countries participation, so we had to
plan something rather more restricted!"
Manufacturers cannot buy space to exhibit
at the Festival of Britain's focal point on the
Thames-side. The goods, machinery, and In-
dustrial ware will be chosen for its aptness,
for its ability to form part of a pleasing
whole. This is a prestige show. There is DO
dOsira to compete with, say, the British Indus-
1 11 Rather, it is hoped that the Festi-
val will be complementary to the great trade
fairs
Have you ever heard of an industrial in-
formation Point? Several will be scattered
throughout the pavilions of the Festival.
Visitors from overseas will be able to make
apijointmeiits there to visit the factories of
manufacturers. Facts and figures will be at
their disposal. It is all very efficient.
Did someone mention dollars? There were
soU'iim heodshake3. "It is not a dollar-
catcher" said the Public Relations Director,
as if the words themselves were MCrttcfgB.
"We want people to say that they never be-
fore realised all this activity was in Britain."
So there is life in the old dog yet
The authorities are trying hard to get over
the laci that this is a nationwide exhibition
specifically to reflect the aiversit.es of cul-
ture, tradition, and language within the
British Isles.
"We want inspiration" is the cry from the
Festival's enthusiastic supporters. "Not just
processions and pageants and fireworks". An
afterthought"though, of. course, they are
important In their way".
One travelling exhibition will gu overland
-tlie other by sea. "The Admiralty have
rather surprisingly" -the press relations
youiu- mat hastil) 1 orrected himself. "Ike
Admiralty have very generously lent us an
aircraft carrier for our sea-going exhibition '.
By ripping cut the hangar deck, there v
be dancing and rollicking jollity on board
the carrier, which will call at twelve ports
around the coast, starling from Southampton.
When either the land, or the sea travelling
exhibition reaches a town, that town will .irt
as hosts and have a grand jamboree for
week Th.- s.-.me story as the South Bank
will be told by the exhibitionsand Ihe prt ss
With British uiiu.istatement they ia*d
V0uld help relieve congestion
in L01. -the concentration on tha
South Bank may be pretty dense al UlDf
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1
SATURDAY, JANUARY 8. !RT
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACT FTVT,
The'Flu Rages
Caribbean Has Best
Holiday Resorts
Manager Of Travel Hun-uu
HOTELS IN BARBADOS have an opportunity to
attract tourists, because of their low aCCOOUttodattoQ I
in terms of U.S. currency. Mr. Sylvan Cox. Managtr and
Editor of the Travel and Resort Department of the Miami
Herald told the Advocate yesterday.
Mr. Cox Is making a tour ot the
Curibbea-i through the courtesy of
11 W.l A., to jet information of
what these countries hawi
for the va.ji. :, MnUm In the
OAKBA1MM la ut present experi- U.S.A
*-* encing some hot dan and cold He ""id thjt hotel rates In the
rughu Because of this many United Slates and many other
people are catching the "flu." Dru*> parts of the world are high: for
"lores and other First Aid busi- example nt Miami Beach hotels.
J-essea are doing a good trade with a room and bath without meals
Pnensic and Aspirin tablets. would cost from $20 to $50 a day.
At 1.00 a.m yesterday a man consequent!*, vacationists could
could be seen going along Broad come to Barbados, stay a month.
Sir..I wearing a heavy overcoat, have their room. bath, meals,
ire loin the Advaeale that the night .swimming and yachting and BC-
*'* the coldest he hud ever ex- luiilly save money in comparison
perlenccd in BarUidov Th.* last with ll DDBfal In many .ther
!i'vl * tne Annual Industrial leiort areas.
Exhibition was cold, but this WU
worse," he said. People In the Caribbean area
Another man. who was more bailava that Miami is the gatewav
jovial about the cold. said. "Some on *P'tal to tourism In the Ww
driver of an ice van is going em Hemisphere, since there are
around with the van doors open- approximately 4.000,000 annual
ed He also feels that the "ice visitors and n permanent popula-
miui" has left the north pole to ,!o" of 'S0.0. People come to
si p\m\ his winter here. Miami from all over the world
A third man, who takes a more and ,ante p- "Mage of them
serious view of life, thinks that travel to other countries after a
the atom bombs that were dropped vis!t to Miami,
on Bikini and Hiroshima are
tausing atmospherical changes Tourism To Be Developed
RKV milLKY UK COSTA He ,..id that he is trying to
COBIIAM. Chaplain to thu develop a greuter.degree of touri>t
United Parishes of the Barbados business in the Caribbean area
Charitv Group in New York City. *>"d believe* that visitors to one
ived here on Thursday h> point, should be invited io othef
I'KOMOI IO\
ttarbadian (SmL\%
Promotion In
U.S. Army Rtwrre
wm ON ; i i*o W
''ribbon* f tin
i omoted to the
. ,. .
Mi farol i lib)
f.-iuiiicr. jiki ..i pn
employe* of the
Advocate. II. ,.,.

Major Gibbons enlisted in Ift*
36th Infantry. New Yort
Cujrd, in 182b and jj
after was conn:..
BOCOSMI lieutenant
tttCon he wu* anllatod in ih.
National nuard. MaJ) |
"id valuable work tot
<>f Education tttd later lor the
DeiMiiment of Health ,.f the City
-f New V. ft
tXirlng World War II. he serve I
Wltfe th.- 80th Autom.Ui. W.,,
'' '' the H:r... i
Islands. Okinawa. Japan, and also
m the Philippine bland* with
HUtM atad-P
Major Gibbons is Advtaor to
lha Chief of the Distrut i \.
Affairs but before this appoint-
BCCti in- was in chare of the re-
cruittng and organising Ncitrt
Raaarva 0nttl Id (fan York Bute
Sctoonar Reported
Slink Off I ODUgO
- g| lil.Ul.ll1
v Hiiiiff baa Maa n
- off the
'......'
look
l, ..it pKfead
in .i nahassj '
and *.r,
t Tl nudad safely.
i;.-o*ld It. Hallaee w.,
li Batbadoa with a ear*.
o. firewood and charcoal from
i,
Second Attempt
1 i keeood i
i ll with Hi.
She Ml Ituiisii Oulan
rhllla II
lawtaaaa whuii srrivad hart Uu
berun ChrMtai W
*j| ol British Guiana
. HkM whuh
tore off In i .i put in Wal-
ktca turaad back KM Britah
Qulana
The Reginald N WaBaee had
her sails repaired and left- a|
on her last trip to Barbados
Shr made manv a trip to Bar-
bados with rice, itrewood and
i m. British I
COLONEL H A. 0OONEY congratulate-. Major Lao Gibbon-
promotion to Major in 'iir U.8 Army Reserve.
promotion.
II W.I.A. from New York
h. t, Juan and Antigua. He is
slaying with his aunts Misses Ivv
and Elsie Cobham at Bush Hall
and expects to spend the whole of
this month here
Rev Cobham Is Curate and Dl-
lector of Youth Work at St.
Phillip's Church, New York City,
For two years he was Director
of Boys' Work at the Harlem Unit
of the NY. City Mission Society
and Director of Camp Minisink
He is a graduate of Lincoln Uni-
versity and the General Theolog-
iial Seminary.
Ills father, Clement Cobham. a
Barbadian, has been Hvlns in the
U S. since 1912.
He said that the United Par.
ishes of Barbados Charity Jroup
nave 28 members an-* *jay ar
all Barbadians or of Isarbadian
origin. They have their central
headquarters at St. Martin'*
Church and sponsor two dances j"
yearly to help the poor people in
Barbados. They also MOatva ODIV
tributiom of money and clothing
from a circle of friends.
At these dances eleven groups
carry banners, each bearing the
name of a parish in Barbados. He
acts as Master of Ceremonies at
these dances and when he calls
for the parish the person carry- Committee
ing the banner comes across the
floor.
During the Christmas Seoson
this Group sent $1,200 for the?
poor of Barbados. It was distri-
buted among the parish*
Curio Business
THE ROOM in which Edward Austin kttfX his curl i
shop in Milk Market Road is not much bi^er than 12 feet
by 8 feet, but it is packed with an h toiwlnfl lot of tare
mica of fish, corals and other Barbadian souvenirs.
^^^^^^------ FUg tall, stooping, ~U-year-oU
Austin, who but lor bjf sloop you
would not think mora than 60.
kecpiiu: curio is no hobby It is
purely bull
He was n seaman in btf youth.
l.ul since 1908, he look to curio
collecting and selling May be
pres- it is because he was a seaman,
i yes- that the core ol his collection is
All that is ,erday ffl* lhe suggestion appeal- flab remains, but If you told htm
Reduced Freight
Rates Surprise
City Merchants
Some City
The people in the Caribbean
are in competition with resort
areas in Western Europe, Can-
ada and California and he be-
lieves that we have the be*'
resorts, accommodation, trans-
portation services, enterUin-
found any wherein The'wCorld U> !*d.Iur^taf. lo the Afvaessta'yes- that the core ol r
attract tourists.
v ha nls
Irs] Is adequate and practical {^fr,^ *** ** * * W only
possible lowering of freight rataa Hanging fr>m "the ledge of |hi
to the W.I. on Canadian ships narrow door are sharks' law
As to potential travel for 1951. It was a very desirable thing bones and there is one wiu.-li
Mr. Cox said that there Is every however, they said, and if it did mdicates that it* owner coulu
indication that there will be more come about the colonies wei. hav,. swallowed a medium *u.ni
travel in the Caribbean area than sure *" derive some benefit
e\er before, provided of course, Mr. K. R. Hunte, Commission
there is no world catastrophe. "ercan,1 ?' Bro"d St\- ' are parts of back bones of sharks
Already, visitor, have practi- ^^TcSaS cTtt^SS K^ ', fiS
cally filled some 500 hotels in th "Of course," he said, "we are "k'"* luT '* * " "
Miami area for the winter season still short of dollar* and the _f,ii k-
-' bookln** i transportalion comm.Kliti^ OB which we will **al'^, on ," .b?'rd pnPV'UV.,s
and at hotels would indicate benefit from thM lower rates f ,0 oot- s mch long snake skin,
hat the Caribbean area will have are limited." bul. Austin *"' "* vou that
Itl larfM iiumber of visitors. He was surprised to read of "nake skins are hard to M nirod
Mr. Cox visited many plsces of this possibility, as Just a few day- i,n ,n;" though h> i^
*-terest m the Island yesterday "" he had been told thai tha sh" '"' wldom buys snakes,
-ind said thrt his tour was made, ratts would be increased on cer- '''"ned ton oil the pnrlilion
possible through the courtesv of tnln commodities from this Island "ying fish
Mr .1 Percy Taylor. Branch Man- lo Canada while on
ager of 11 W.l.A and Miss Joan Mr [ <: 1-eaeotk inr Presi- pOffCUPiM
Kvsh. S,.(.-!.(rv .,! 'h. l'lil-h, itv M rc, sad that it would
,-ery desirable If the freight i
ouid lie reduced as. n arould
lotibtedly reduce the cost
m|M>rtalion appreciably.
10 For Larceny
1 > 'o >ear old An >.
tlif^id uf Suttle Strati, St Mi-
chael was yesterday lined 10
bj Hi-. Worship Mr A. J. II
Manschell. Senior MagisM.n. f
District v ..f:, i .ha m round
guilt) of (hi- larceny of 9 "s 6d
iron, John Adams of Si Law-
1 hrtst Church
Cudene Mil who ana aa
rharjad artth SandUbrd foi lai
than bmi
("t .uitit n nl evtdanet to eonvlc'
liei
Sandtfofd i* tu pa) tha Una tu
monthly instalments or in default
mx months' imprisonment nii
hard labour.
The Prosecution said thai John
Adams while sleeping at I fill's
houpa ma robbed of hts money.
mil and Baadtford wan talna
to the I*ollce Station and search-
"i uj tba moDsq b/m iumi an
S.indifurd.
tflU In ii.i dafanoa tatd that
on Januui> 4 Adams WBS in her
House sleeping Th,. osflCt timrn-
ing he awoke and said that h>'
Strung up on pieces of had lost monc> Sh, ,, s.,i n
Strings on the same doot ladga '"id with $15 whit h she to- -
frotn her and hid in S broODJ
Adams left the bOUM .
' '-" Iifonl ..D.i heist-lf
waja tuken to the Polka Stain.n
and searche,; b> Poli.rwoman 1^
< on, Wilkiiiwrn who found the
money on Sandifoul
They wei, thaa ehaMad tdth
lareany Th.- eaaa was m ..- ,
led b) sfc: Hurratl
"TOOTS" FALLS
OVERBOARD
I iwigdusj aiimi Tx)U'.' as h
Gausad by his co-workers, fell
i vaatafdai as he
, limbing up the gangway of the
Harrison liner lleleiMler wl
dtacharghia cargo from
rj k
'Toots" anu ihan faturttlnaj i
I'i'i breakfast. He said that he
toll badQ and fainted.
M. . i l.ik. i up :iiul brought
. thon b) .i Ulaboai Hi *wnnad
in lha i>.'t A motor car eaine fo
k| the Challenor steps,
ha oat out .) iho beat with
smlla l his fac' and walked t
-Ute.l tu the car which took >
homo
kl
' '. i hell lUh
l ahelf i-. Ih.- shell Of :.
100'- For Knife Wound
Iteny Small of Oall Hill. g|
John, was vaahvda) lined iff
ihUllllgl with the ;.lternative of
25 Years A Journalist
When o
ired one
>age to eon
e *ees Uu- fish 'o well two mon'hB". imprlsonn^m i,,,
will ask Austin h1 he X0"*"1""! Uurla Gltlens of
ThL ?rS? *lB>id Tonantn with a knife
' that
thinks it
Uu
but
FISHING BOATS
Almost daily, betwe
close what
tkpartoi co
he lenrn
and
thrtu
dim
lews pu pen nan for the past
^ears, he worked at the
1HPV Chicago Dally News. Atlanta
Cobham said that the last climcu csaarthutlaci. Detroit Free Piess Almost daily, between 10 and
w ANV PMPU bo walkM along HI. X* lake, him lu the south- JfeVe,,, C "mCoth ,unn,"'g ol ""
IT* Broad Street yesterday look- ern part of the U.S.A. and Latin \n(. shipping.
ed up in the direction of the Idaal America for the purpose of obtain- The Acting Harbour and Ship
Stoic to find out the time from ing Information as to what tourists pmg Master told UM Advocate
the large clock that is usually in should do at certain resorts, whit vesterdav that he had often told
front of thst store. To their dis. they should see, and on accommo- the crews of the boats that It
appointment it was removed. dation in the leading resorts, and was against the Mercantile Ship
A clerk who takes his lunch at entertainment and transportation ((,ng Act for them to anchor their
a soda fountain in that area told services. He will then write his boats there.
the Advocate yesterday that he own column concerning the He said that on many occa- |0l from off Barbados' shore Th.
missed the clock very much. Ho various vacation lands. s|ons he had sent Police to tell -orals ;ire imbedded If]
depended upon it to find out thd Mr. Cox leaves today for Cren- them to move, but that did not Paris. Also In the rase are ham
time to return to work. nda and will also visit Trinidad, make the situation any belter made haalrall Of llfl ) M
An employee of a store said Tobago and Jamaica before re- He was appealing to the Rslicr- crab e>e seeds and small sen
Hist before the chiming machin- turning to Miami on January 18. men to co-operate. shells Among the leetkM
.....: ":: SiSffi ^,,!L':,
\rs.s-*> zx -=- -v.:JS x.
e Small two weeks 1
the Cm
ivhlch to
nppeareil in the Advocate a fOl
months ago he puts aaldc |he
issue as ,1 toUTODh*. Hi
his flsh hook to get the name.
but his children had torn ou'
some leaves from the book.
In glass door eases which an
attached to the walls of thil n^ >.
Austin has many eoall which ho
STOLE ZIPS
A line of 2$s. in 14 days or m
default one month's imprisonme.it
with hard labour w.ts imposed on
William HeadlO) of Hank ll.ill. Bt
b> His Worship Mr. E. A
Melted, Magistrate of District
"A", yesterday.
HaadlaV pleaded guilty of die
unlawful possession of Mime zips
Which he had in his possession
when he was arrested D) Islnini
Constable Julian Davis, on Jnn-
uan D
irv wm. added to this clock It used
to carry good time and work well
-Now that it can speak, it has
refused to on many occasions''
Dt'RlSG last year 1,658 passen-
gers arrived from Venezuela
by air. In all 1.233 plane trips,
were made to the Island and
12.718 passengers arrived. The
number of passengers leaving by
nlr is 11,784.
The amount of plane trips last
month was an Increase over No-
vember. In that month 122 trips
were made and 250 passengers
arrived from Venezuela. The total
amount of passengers arriving in
December i 1.212 and leaving Sir
Doc Gets A New Van
horn pen
These days Airdin
carry on a big trad
talks of the good days
had his shop In FIi
and I '*
hen 'ic
Allev
Golfito' One Todm
Tha KM.,. ;,nd Kv IT. psawan-
gei Uoar c;iiii 1 axpai la 1
drop anchoi at finlisle Bay at
2 o'clock today. Messrs Wilkin
he Advoratr
AT THE CORNER of Dromedary Lane near Parry near the Singer Sewing Math,,.. ''->"os "" "'
his chamois '-_ ond uaad to ship away cuH- ^'giito wi ^ b
Street you will see "Doc" McConncy rubbtnt;
over the Advocate's newspaper delivery van he drives.
"Doc" is 53 and has been a driver for over 30 years.
remjlarl
To help kc.,, the hi,*mr-alh.. .(, h)>
he now sells Oiii.s hair cms -"I !,., ..... -r,,lrf_, *^.._-----------
bringing "I
passengers from England Shi
I,IS
Y.W.C.A. Liat of Donations
To End of Year 1950
ntvto...ii- M-k..oiised i
LETTERS OF
ADMINISTRATION
His Honour the Chief Judge.
.r Allan Collymore, granted
three petitions for I-etters of Ad-
ministration in Ihe Court of
Ordinary yesterday as follows;
Priiitoii of t. MsynBfti ot Okrsws
( 1*1 iiu.b.il Hvnjamin Mavn^rd.
IV......n l Adelin* Adam.ll. ChjrttM-
..., ( TiMlMnr SI David*. Cl.ti-1
. .....CO. W..I.. ... th* Male ol her k
lund J..hn Ul Cl-
PttHa.....1
\ < cnrui
If.
1 nada
He Is a little widened man who
generally wears a black coat and -----------------
grJ panta. "Dm" now drives n ,_.... ., .
\ew van and he likes the tOUCfa Phttlp DavtdSOtl Oil OOC*
Mis happiest inomenls are when The inntin vessel Lady and
he gets about :i quarter of a mile schooner Lucille M. Smith
from a newspaper centre when off dock yesterday
lha delivery is lat There is about a week
always j crowd of daily p-per Tl'
leaders waiting for their aoPHM an
and "Doc" gets the feeling ol being
a man of some importunce.
night for I'liiini,! l Four pi
geis have booker, with the agcni:
.in bar for Trinidad
BICYCLE DAMAGED
H.r is what o do
oiler
OVtK INDULeCHCC
Too much good food ad a,,
Try Alka-S#lu and Ikmv much
tMttac you tmm\. Alha S.K.-.r %....(i.
bMdacha, natulratifei aicvu gaatii.
acidity, -sets you right .gain"!
"P "PP'r ' a<
t> S*ltcm handy ahvaya.
AlkaSeltzer
High Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Women
- -1 e.~U7wa*:b
ii ...~ lint ptuia
- ..f 1. .. k- >< Ufa and
rrai i auar ol nin.Khr.rt troul4*
i-r on ..( |ho.I>ii<- .irokM. Com-
.1 r>.1.1..111. ( |||(h tllood Prva-
ra Wsrensisisi. iwadaca an
I Haeh <>' In .1.1 and abov
k. paWtsiasa,
11-.I. fMf aod worry. If roa
if IhHo .vmpioma. don I
mat i -11.air nay. I>>aaaa
y l* tn iMntr( Nuca
.R..-:i ... ||,.|.|t| ,._
redu PsHlati Mirv^t
ATM aoH, uik a
load ..tr ma (..-att. and mak-a
M vaara rwagar In a f-w ilay
No. ......-' " (! rit
-hub ' luoncr M>k.
.v/Z/'rtv^wiy/AV^^wviM ---*'- --', --*-*, *-'.'- -,'.'.'.',:', *.'-1
0 titiff I tiiiflii
0/
I SBEOS
tront I uxlrmlim
Svltfl Your
FA VOVR1TES
Emrlu

Daantan
Gmmttm 2
Alyasum. Snap Dragon.
Petunia. Asters. Chrysan-
themums, Candytuft. Phlox.
Ccsinors, Verbena, Calliopsis.
al*o a supply of
VFXIKTAHI-E SEEDS
Cabbage. leltmc. Tomato.
I -i etc.
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
HARRISON'S Brood st
SUPREME VALUES IN
POCKET WATCHES
Nickel Plated OftM Snap Ka.k: Silvn
Itlsl: Luminous Hand-.
\ hromium I'l.ii. .1 Case: llm.. -i Hark: xn<\
Silver Dial
hromium Flaked fmr: lllnsrd Back:
I inn.ik.ii I ...uu LevtT Mnxeinrnt with
4 Jewels
Chromium Flaled Is*; lllaged Hark will.
Inside Dust-proof Cover. Lumlnou* H*
in.- Lever Mnvrment with 6 Jewvlo
WK OKFF.R THE ABOVE-:, C'ONFEDENT
THAT TllhY KrKPRKSK.NT THK FOUR BEST
WATCH VAM'KS AVAII ABE.F.
HARRISONS p^
POtOmWt WABP.
,cnall-
ai igw .i "i
Sa att mt ii >;
EX-GOVERNOR OF PUNJAB
ENJOYS RETIREMENT
Sir Henrv Craik who spent 4*
vears in the Indian Civil Service
before he retired in 1M3. told the
\dvacate vesterdsy that he had B
very happy time in India, serving
most of his time in the Punjab
He arrtvad ED Barbados from
England on Thursday on his first
vStt to the West Indies and is
spending the winter at the Ocean
View Hotel
He said that he got on well with
the Indian people Jle liked them
and believed they liked him. He
hod many friends among them
and rearetted leaving India very
much.
Asked what he thought about
the Kaimmere dL'ipute. he said that
owinm to the bitter feelings arising
out ot it, both Governments ot
India and Pakistan were spending
B varv large pan of their IWiW
on the defence foices. apparently
in the expectation that they might
have to fight each other.
Unfortunate For Poor
He thought it was doubly un-
fortunate at a time when the cost
of living was very high and the
poorer classes of the po|.ulati...i
were suffering very much in n-
*equsoce
Neither aide, he said, leemed to
As he drawn near i<<
though he lnm.cl! bad written the
bent articles In the paper< behind
3T w^" 1L X him. He will tell you thul it is
B wit 'aim not thai ho llkos the paper to go
William Aiir*d lo prr,s |aU>, out when you see
him get tense as though he is
ncing the crowd ol IN nawa-
paper centre, you wonder whether
-Doc" really likes to miss hn
.ludience
"Doc" Mc Conney was a chauf-
feur to a private car owner for
M veil-, and he has also worked
with the Biitl->h Union Oil Com-
pany, but these were drab day
compared to his newspaper de-
livery work
Prefers Driving
As a boy. he learnt the ei gin*
Bar and mechanic trades, but
(Her decided that he liked driv-
ing west. He rcmemben whei
.he first 'Dus Co. was forncd
BrBOUl 1014. tlM Diamond T whirl
.. io run 'bu*e* ti st Luc;
Though they were few "buses am
lie would have been proud t>
'Hve one, he did not mind tha"
he did not. for there werr n
r.any cars either and people h ol
n on a car driver as they do
pilot now.
"Doc" drives all over the Islai
and can tell you of the sk.ll
tekes when going down II
Newci-lle and such places.
"Doc" is squeamish and had some-
what of .1 In.'i* BSBjt]

Suddenly mat
on lo the nviin rowi Wd 11
were not goo"
he might
have killed a f-w or got himself
THE lurry A -78 (.vvn.-.l :u..'
spendm driven by Baitjailllli Vaughn of
I repaii-- St Andrew, w.is loVOlvad in
schooner Philip II. David:on accident at Eagle Hull BOOU! 'i-
w/ag takan up lha sum evenii g i> m yratanlay srtth the i
French motor vessel Sediefleld M mm l>> Si \u
which has been lying alongsi ie 'f H-iwell'. Cress llond and rid-
Ihe dock for Ihe past four weeks don > Dl Of Kill-
came to Barbados for the purposi man Land, Blaeh Hi- k
nf docking She has not yet be-'i Tha i*0rJ( ' i Ol lha
imaged
be prepared to compromise and
there was no outside authority
that could find a solution; hence
thev must find it for themselves
Bom in England. Sir Henry
Jo.ned the Indian Civil Service in
1899, and after serving in various
capacities, he was finally made
Governor of the Punjab In 1938
He relinquished thai post in 1W1
when he retired from the Service
but was asked to return for two
years as Political Adviser to the
Viceroy in his capacity as Crown
Representative to the Indian
States.
He returned to Ensjlanu ai the
end of 1943 and spent the last
three winters abroad. Twice he
went to South Africa, but last
year he was in the Far East.
Malaya and Siam.
Sir Henry has two daughters
who are married and live In Eng-
laad
He succeeded on his elder
brother's death in 1929 to the Bar-
iinetcv conferred on his father,
who "died in 1927 In 1932. he
was made a Knight Commander
of the Order of the Star of India,
and in 1941. a Knight Grand Cross
of the Order of the Indian Em-
Stiff Joints? Aches? Sprains f
Just apply Sloan's Liniment lightly
tov
You Will fool Sloan', doine you
food Bt once. It acts quickly
soothe* and comfort, and drives
out all Inflammation.
isoa aaa ras pictvii as sa. uoaa sa rai paflBs
SLOANS Liniment
n FRESH SUPPLY OF ,
.PURINA HEN CHOW!
(SCRATCH GRAIN) I
!h. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. Di.iributor. ]
JUST ARRIVED"
"TRINIDAD"
ORANGE
JUICE
RE SURE TO ORDER YOUR
REQUIREMENTS FROM YOUR
DEALER TO-DAY.
AT ONLY 33c TIN
SPECIFY
"TRINIDAD"
ORANGE JUICE
njoH WZttAic fam
ths gbupAA o$
tha WlaAhM
ON THE NEW
1951 BUSH RADIO
TWO IMPROVED MODELS
NOW AVAILARLE
I.II.S.-l.-.- Tube K.B.S.I. . Tube
9118.00 S00.00
Cave Shepherd & Co.. Ltd.
10. II. 12 & 13 Brod Street.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY. JANUARY . 151
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKEY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNE1
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with CROOKS FOUOtftal/ THAT MAN
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BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES
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wu stopped mar f 6uak>s rifle,
him just p.6ut/j too'lersmwe
fast?
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sA'-LKILLERSfWECANT
RIM HER LIF1-1HEV
woNTatr
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WHEN BUYING MATCHES
ALWAYS ASK FOR
SWEDEN S BEST MATCH
"THREE STARS"
ON SALE EVERYWHERE
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While You Sleep
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BUSINESS
OR
PLEASURE
FLY
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U.K. ?
Deliveries can be arranged in
the U.K. for the popular -
VAUXHALL CARS
Full dclnils uill bo gladly given on application lo - -
i.oiti it i i mm ltd.
Hhilepark (COURTESY OARAGE) OI.I461B
THE ADVOCATE
HAS THE BEST
BOOKS IN TOWN!!
HERE'S ONE OF
THE NEW NOVELS
"AH IRISHMMSDIARY" BEIA*
By PATRICK CAMPBELL
ADVOCATE STATIONERY.
BWIA
To
TRINIDAD
Singlo ........1 32.00
Rilurn ........| S7.N S
DAILY FUGHTS
CARACAS
Single ........$ M.M !
itetura ........ 172.80 !
FKKQUENT FLIGHTS
ST. LUCIA
SingU ........$ lg.00 j
R>urn ........$ J2.40
FREQUENT FLIGHTS
MARTINIQUE
Single ........1 27.00 j
R*'urn ........$ 48.00 I
FREQUENT FLIGHTS
JAMAICA
Single ........SIMM
Return ........ W42.00
FREQUENT FLIGHTS
PUERTO RICO
Single ........1*3.00
Re'ura ........I7.40
FREQUENT FUGHTS
MIAMI
Single ........$274.00
R'urn ........ M03.20
FREQUENT FLIGHTS
lOTH ANNIVERSARY
BRITISH WISI iKIOiAN AlntUYS
Airways Home, P.O.S.
Lower Brood Street,
Hrldirtown.
Phone 4S85
sgra!
1EALTH BENEFI1
* FREE FROM HARSH IMPURITIES
* NO INJURIOUS AFTER-EFFECTS
* SAFE IN ACTION
CASTOR OIL
tun t iiiiiiii ui.. i.....
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___ usuallyfollowwhen:if.'wiim<|)l.iri
calling for Ful-0-Pep Chick SUner&
Growing Maah is uied.
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Th Quolitw Ot* Company
'r lofor-uli- ltd *rf*fiI (.ti ^
M. JOMI 4 CO.. lid.
P. O. ! 11 tld|*f**
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SATIRUAV JAM ARY C. IMI
BARBADOS ADVOCATK
I'M.I -HI'.
CLASSIFIED ADS. *,r!MrrMES
TELEPHONE 2UI
THANKS
FH KENT
HO IJSfS

eXm
IN MHMORIAM
'We inter tltouifti
ttui onb ihoe* wl
The pain of palling
Alice B
Carmele. Lucilk H
In Mil Broth* i. I
iiOON HHATH
l can tall
-iihout farewell
It-then F-paleta
>-trr Henderson.
Nephew
S.l MIn
IV hmng ibm Bi .. our dear belov.e,
Slip I'.llin JO*e.PH WK1 CH !' .1".
I Kill. 1*U
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a.

FitrgcraM N
6 1 51 In
itl In Marine lid. B...H II- I
M eoter. Aoelv on th*
p**ru*cs to train, a.-eyre*
NOTICE
P\l-H Ol -I (SI.RIH
Appluwllun. il| (V ,.
umni|(m up i.i Thui.d*' Jan
"tl T **'*" VeMrr Mutaf
girl. iim. .t Mm a.!*,.. ci
Applicant, nufl be (MM o| P.,-----
anew W BtceiMned rlmimiikvfi aM
*i"" "M a* of II and II >e*r.
Application* must be accompanied
0* ic:ine*lee and applicant, mu-i
orevnl thequaha. to in- hftdniMlri
-I Fiiiu>- j.ir.uary .2th .i jo a.m

Veal
SI. A-.drew
mm
n imi
Km a
Te-nm* Court Tele-
",1SI--Stl
WATTRs-' Sux.r Sand.
li- M.ni.hed ..in all mo-
dem ranvtlii Urge bramoni..
miming >itei .n e.ch SaMndid <*
Dwwn ' tBrVtaMg roqnt
from Jar Dul Barhado. Dv. Kk.
. Ham H.i
nnlng nh*
liYti|n !
NOTICE
tbf i-ti'i.ii op st wawtw
rourteen pairaaii* hiving been nmmuv
led a* Candldai*. for th* V
| ArMWw I BareBv ikrlii' i
, lo U a J*ull al th* Ve.tr. Room ne*i
"Be Alaaahoua* ait Monday tin Januar-
Ml. beginning betaeiii the houi of I
1 '?*_.? "". -nd r,*,n* "P"> '"' the
, election of 10 VnliMP'"
Sqmed W W. WOIHH.1
Sheriff and rre.id.-ig Officer.
Dated Jan Ind. IMI
3 1 Sl-i
NOTICE
P*V*UgSJ OF T. LIT*
IM III M fiJUJBS
. CMh
'.
i. '.
, '.i
I Oil SALE
(Infer The Uunmri lf.iirn.ni
AUTOMOTIVE
CAR Sin,
"Mr. 10 *0At. belwerf, |
further in formation
11 11 In
I-Allft Mom in II I' 1941 ler%
Goad Condition. 4 Door Morria I HP
very food condition, ford Prefect 11.000
mil*. UK.- New with New Baiter-'.
Ford Prefecl Low Mileage Fo.-tf V-|
Sedan IM RarBaln Pwd V-0 Tourer
IMS Ve" . OARAOl: ltd. T.'leiIi.."e 4WN
t I M pi
:-.....
. I I
\|
to lake j poll _i (he Vmlrv Room itrai
lie Pn.h Ch(l,ch d*> M......
illi IMI. Bminnlna between the haul* a
and 9 O-ctMrfe uj Uw niotmna; nnd
tfOaaM ,it (i i,.r i-.- 'k-cthtn ,"
, raatrvawei
I. SI.K-. Ml'.
ShrttfT
I I :i 4n
. Worthing on Wedi.c-J .*
'""" >> taifinninR al IIK oVI.^ k
l.( houaehi.l | luniiture whicn include*
I M.-h, rinmi Tabu- --Hi, Chair..
1.5^^ <,"""1' U'' Ca.pet. S
Mahoa R.-k.,. i \|ah Nail Chair.
^ Br.aKfaBt Table, tolth 4 painted Chair.
1 Mai ,.n W^rdrofce. I Vainly. 1 Mahal
CLant of Drawer.. I Pumied double
Lvdlejd. aprUia and maltre-a. I h>|,
.M-illrewara. a HUtoiv l Km.
l..iide.. Collection of Jlcture*
UlaiuUli .mi nuiiy oihac itanu.
KlUbei
..( n.Uie.t
Tr. CaW-
DAicv A ScU
AuC-
NOTICE
PARINH or -T i mum
l liereb. a-ive Notice th.it *. II Can-
lldate. have been nominated fit and
icopcr i>erM>na to rer.ii.r-it the Vratn
o. the J-ari-h of Ml Philip for I he MM
pOI and aa only Ian are required bv
.- I will hold a poll at the Pariah
hurch Bojt Xfhool neat Mondav the
llh January IMI > el ween the hour* ol
THOMAS A CATIJN,
Rherlfl
4 I II In
CAR I I* H P. I C>1 Vauihall
in perfect work in* order. Oood IJT4d
and halleiy Applv (,. T S Bliketl.
Wra. Road. SI. Michael
, Tan H P Apply i
rle Idteciimoe
tin ?mall M
SBC
I ORRY
(..-i << Q
Carafe
I l-i. r> with
at Furl Roval
:. 1 11 4i.
TRUCK One l.*-l drive Chevro-
let Coii.ptote with plalfonn liceiiaed M
May IM) tonai A I order. Ideal (or
rarllnf cane from Held- M.00O Appl'
A. S. Alwell. Fortcacua ,- St Philip.
? IllIn
CAR
1. .1 ( i.
Chevr-
ELKCTRICAI.
CIinsUN nUDOm .Amattcani II
ruble fl with Interior deep Freeie. tl.ree
Bit. amrantee Alao other rrl i'ii A. H..I.I Hardwood Alley
Phone eM.7 4 191 -*,
LIVESTOCK
MECHANICAL
iiicycixs Phillip* c-m.r mar,
tie- THE OFNF.ItAl. AflFNCY CO.
ltd.. Ililh Bl ftl.Sl-dn,
I1BCYC1X--I Boy'. Bicycle, .eeond
K-niil In piiieon. f^r eallnd P. A Field. Wart-
tury Road. Dial 0*33 1J>1n
MISCKIXANEOrS
coii^i-smu; sAH-iNc. boat
Complete with utl, Oar. etc New en
Apply for parllcuLir- H Pn*t OfWe B
tAtillS' Embroidered Aml-I-
haautlful deUfn* and colour* |u*t npan-
ed ai-aln for you- Yee! !(' at THANTS
Pr. Wan. Henry *< PHI MA" and Swan
at. i4.ii.9-i.f n
LADDER SPORT COATS In anami.
ed .Ire and harte*. epeclal lor 1h cool
beulhei tn-'i M.-h'T,. rtre hopv
iBrixtd Btreel) 4 Ll*
BY MatructMHi* received I will Hl| .
.**! Gauge. Roebuck SI nppo.it
4oruvlan Church on Thuiada. Jan'u
in llih .it 1 pm. <|i ItU ;ii H. |i
Terioplane r Tdri
i c-
VIMCTNT OHDTITH.
I.M- )n
nice I >.i
ttl
By imliiictHMia
CommiMloner ol Pouci
Station.
_ fallowlii.
_ Khaki pant*, ill hln. il.
Doitlc. of rum. i|i bolllri ol ex.kin.
ol radflah. rie*>. on ton
old locket. i|i ripping
iraty. One tin o( Tenjili
enl othei il#m of mtereat
D-AteCY A SCOTT.
Oovt Auctioneer
Jl.tl*
I qoanl.I,
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
" Tueadav tin by order ol Mr*
Irt, E. Tryhane we will Mil her Houae
appomimenta at Bagatelle St Thomas
which uicludx
rfe.v good Dlnng Table with Patent
ari.w to aaat II. Upright and Arm
Chrln. Ur|r Mlr'd China Cabinet
Mlney and Ornament Table*; Her
bh* Chain. Rock era. Corner Chair*.
Couch: Settee. Mlr'd Halaland. Dining
Table (Seat all in Mahogany; Cax-
pe' and Congnleuni. Piano Mei.tr
'iger in perfect i-ondllion. I>.\nling>
Reded Blind*; 309 Day Clock. Olaea
v I China. Tea. Coffee and Dinner Sell;
Ptt'd Ware In Vaaea. Sweel Dl.he. etc
l>h Knlve. and Fork*, and Cake Pork.
In Catei. Silver Pru* Cup won by Moor
Bird. Barometer. Jardlneeri Pine Liquor
and Waggon. Three Whig and Double
Ml.d Pir.M-.. Hinglr llnUtead, Duclt-
Nl Dieaalng Table. Shaving Minor..
Tiireau. 3 Pol'd Screen all In Mahogany;
; ingle and Double hn.. Red.tead. and
8'"ingn. While Painted Pre*.. G E. fta.
I.Iterator iwoiKlng orden I .ardor*.
Kitchen Cabinet. Florence .1 Burner On
Plove and Oven. Milk Can.. Churn, and
Meture. Domo Cream Separatur In
perrect rondltMm. A Dominion WaUiIng
M.i.hne. perloct condition Ikmk-, am'
nth., item*.
fate 1)30 o'clock. Term* StrWtl-
lii: \mu i: TROTMAN *V CO..
\in ti"n.-.-. -
1.151n
ku
.. M
Me.r 0.
their Ware
hi. ratu
uxlird Steel
D-Arry A Scoti AWtM
BEAL ESTATE
le nhape of pretty
packed in l-lb
kta. Retailed at !* Phi. Ohmlnablr
..in J. N. Ooddard Ir Son-. 8 K Co**
Co. W M r.ircl QOOaraj Trader a Ltd
A Daniel If vour dealer dnn"! .tool
Dial M39
0 1*11.
Imlna gear.
He Apply
5 IIIIn
IICMiAMiW 'New II n....-.- '
Krnaiugton N Road. Containing I.
bedrooma. Drawing and Dining room'
kitchen, toilet and both etc For par
ticular. applv to F. A. Marshall Phom
t*M 41 11. ->
NOTICE
AT meeting of Uu- elect.irx nl the
P*rl.h of Rt Thoma* held In the S|
Thorns. Boya' School on Ind Jan IMI
in|>' It member, were Mnmlnaied I
ihrrelore declare thr ("llowing dull
elected Veatrymen lor the Paruh of
81 Thoma. for the year IMI
Cave. Arnold Everlen
Collln.. Cyril Mandovllle
Olli. Luahingion Danril
Gooding. Ueliian Theador*
Mahon. Julian Aubrey
Reeve.. Vernon Euleiv
Sandllord Kenneth Smith
Thome. John Henry Clifford Cmper
Waleotl. Stephen Allevne
Wation. David Adnlphu*
duly elected Vrttrymen for the Parlth
ol St Them*, for the lear IMI
B H MOORK
Sherlfl
tuim
IliI OK L1CENSK NOTKT
Thornnui l
Ch Ch Will

Ikated nu. ltd da nt .'inuatv IMI
T.i . W IIAHrtH. Eaa
rung Po.tce Maga Haw. D..t B)
Signed C CARTER
N B Thu appticaiion -i,: he con.,
der*d) ol a Laeenawg Court lo be held
al Police Co.nt. Dili I ' on Tuei.
our Ha* :
^
Mag..
lAaWCBJ
to, Dul B
1 11It
MQl'OK I-KrNSF NOTlCI
The applarMlon ol I ...m.ta Holder ol
a) Miel.-el (,-. ,--i
M,.lt L.q,.or. it
lorey wooden Buildup m <: ,
Bavtera R.i CM)
Dated thla llh day of Jiriuvt IMI
I HA TA1.MA Eaq
Police Magistrate D
Shfned LUCINDA HiiUMUt
ApplM*IV
N H T ... apt.ii all..i. -ill be ,oi
dered at Licon ,iu| Court to be held
at Police Court. J.Mrtrt A'" on Moil
d-v the 1Mb day of J.nuar IMI *
II o clock, am
H A TAIJdA.
Police Magl.tiati-. Hi.i A"
4 1 t in
.0\MI\MI \T M I'll IS
UQUO* UCENBE NOTICE
I'NIVKKSITY Or* LOMM>\
M.>lruulalruu KxumiiiBliiMt Junr lil
a K Oeorae. I
sp..n- Mah
died
" Jua>.
V"

All persons d4Mirou9 of cnurm* for lot June IMI MaituuU-
r'..\orily of Lundon ahouhl foiv-jid lbm
iti l Ihc Dvpmtmon'. of Educgilion not iBtoaT t|ujn
pgMn January. ItSI:
in A U'Uci aVltuiK out lh> subject! !u be tRkot:. IMim.
dale of birth and oddrrsi
(ill A B.,pli9mal Cfrtnica:-
(ill) A irrupt (roni Barclay Bank (D.C fc O.i paM
a fg* of:'
^itarheo .i ihr Co
Baled ihi-
To the Police Maai-triie DM n
AltntUtALD HUTCHlRtON.
ADDl'CB"'
apptteation will be r.ui.iOeie.1
H f.mn. ||

CIRCULAR
UpptV Cnllymore Rock.
(a) a>ii2trfoi candidatw isluna full nWoaUttdJeci
Ill EL 1.0,. one (l| subim |gj
compirtt- rnoiricula-
tion qualification
(cl 1.11.6 .. one part to complete
Matriculation .nulli-
fication,
luis been forwaided by mail transfer to the External
Itrjnstrar. University of London
I'M III VOlKf Thr allftllioil of 4ll goatoaMMM I- pAtlirularly
drawn to Ihr i4t thai thr Matriculation lam-
Inollnn will nut tie ftttM after June UW
|..irinioiu of Education.
JTlh December. 195(1
NOTICE
ihe Ve.
. i beam noti
the Pari.h o( St. ]
. iind a* onlv ten aie required h>
I will hold a Poll at the Vealry
m over the Dnpenury n*i Monday
tth day of January IMI between
hour, ollin and 4 pm.
S A DURAMT, J.P.
Sheriff
4 1.51In
Dear Sir/Madam.
Ou Tuesday, January 2nd.
1951. I was again nominated
ns a candidate for the parish
of St. Michael.
My knowledge gained as a
Vestryman for the past 4
years and my achievements
won on behalf of the parish-
ioners will again be of service
lo you in condurtinq the
' 1 the parish
In view of the contested
election which takes place on
Monday. January Sth. al the
Parochial Buildings. Cumber-
land Street, between the hours
of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.. I am a^ain
solicitini? your support, trust-
you will record one of
your votes in my favour.
Thanking you in anticipa-
tion.
1 am.
Yours for Service,
THOMAS W. MILLER.
5,1.51 3n,
St. Michael, appointments in the Public Service
Appointments will be made -ubject to the selected candidates
being paused a medically fit for employment in Ihe Public Service,
aiul will he on iwo *Hn pi.il.nnuv The minimum educaUonal
standard which will be accepted i* a pass in Ihe Cambridge Local
School Certilicntc or '.miLar examination of equivalent standard.
Applicants should be not lew than 17 and not more than 21 years of
ige.
3. The salary attached to the nppuintinvnts Is nt the rate of $480
per annum for the lint two years, then at the rale of JtiiM per annum
rising by annual increment* of $72 to 5012 per annum, and subject to
annual increments of $72 to $1,776 per annum, and thereafter, subject
to the passing of a second efficiency leg!, at UN ratt .if $1,872 by
mnual Increments of $96 u> $2,180 per annum
4. Applications ghoul.I gdj nygJa mi haRM obtainable from the
Colonial Secretary'g Office and mu't ba ra4urB?l nd later than 4 p.m.
Monday the ISth of January
29th December. 30 12 SO3n.
NOTICE
I 11:1.11 OF BT JAMBS
I hereby give Notice that a. 1
didate* have been nominated a* fit and
proper pet-on. lo irpre.ent Ihe Veatry
for Ihe J*arl*h f SI Jam*, lor the
leor IMI. and ai onav
by law I will hold a P
Boom near the Pariah Churrh naal
Mondav. the tth gav ol January 1M1
!*<,. Ihe hour, of am and 4 pm
GKORC.E EOERTON TAYlX>n.
4 1 ll-ii
I ClOL-

NOT1CE
ILFCTION FOR THR VBSTRl OF TBB
i- -i l-n OF ST. MICHABL
NnfTaW perwn. having been noml-
n.led for Hi* Ve.tr-. of the pariah Df
SI Michael, a Poll for Ihe election ol
M.teen will he taken at Ihe Parochial
I'uildlng., Cumberland Btree'
,. da]
neat the tth.
.losing i
beginning between Ihe r.
o'clock in Ihe
I i"'
The following POLLING STATIONS
>.t\r been provided under Ihe provis-
ion* of ihe Ballot Act. 191
Me 1 POI.UNO STATION
Ihe Parnchlal Build
\.,l.
bafg I. allotted
nwne. begin wit
1" tbolh mclualvei and in*
thereto will be b> way of the
inc Church warden*. Office
No. : poi.limi btationl
Tt.e fraead Soar of the parorhoil
Buildingi I* allMlcd to Voter* wl
i bo
:i, KADET PARTS -
rntlal. front aaarmMy
Archer. SIM.
PFRMANFNT
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Applv In writing to Uw*t Eatele OTKe*
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FOR -Mi OB BENT
ItEsiDGNCE A two Storev Wooden
Uildlng In Hlndaburr Road, near 1-mlle
lono Very Roomy On it* own land
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Bridgetown L S.1JIn-
onging
THE ii tlertlgned Will Ml up for
by public Comnetlllon at Uielr '
Roebuck Street, fcldganawn. on
day ihe inn Initant at 1 p.m
BVAJftON
Win. the land thereto beloni
mining 19.111 Mutit feel
Top Rock. ChrUt Chur-h
The dwelluighOuM romprlM* three
bedroom, with largo built-in cupboerdn.
pacioii. lounge, dining room, and mod-
ern kite hen. together with Iwo Iliad
toilet, ami bun. Bervnril room- and
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f and Reluming Officer
3 !.' i.
University College of
the Wed Indies
lUMinuov or i NoriniAni ATf
in ... hum i i,-.,
.....-rnlv Ollegc of
We/rt Indie* will admit in October, I
bcut thirty uiidcrgiaduale. In each
he P.-H-i.llie. of Art*. Natural Sciee
and Medicine The gaurae. in Ajta i
Blurol I
ral degree' of Ihe Unlver'Ui el
>n |>> tiui>e> facullie. and Ihoae I
Medicine and of Burgery.
ApplL.tlnn form* and pamphlet* giv
lit all necroary information mas b.
.hi lined from the MeglMr.r. Unlvecl
O College ol Ihe We.i |,||,. M..,..
Ji-molca. or from Ihe Beiidcm lUBMl H
E*lr.i-Mural atudlea or the ggeueoUOl
IV-|...(tment in the Ui.i'Oi Cilbtxai
Ciilonle*. Clo.ing date for application!
1> January 31. IML
xekalarihlp aaM hlblUaa. l.t IMI.
A number of Ci.iver.i,. College Ope*
Stlvolardiipii aovernmenl rjhibitn.n.
a'id Exhlblllonr from olher nirre. wll
Im awarded in IMI on In* reaultl 0-
UkP UnlvetMly College SchoUrahip E
..itiinatlon to be held al Ihe ame inn.
ihe entrance examination.
The award* available In 'MI are
I a. ...... < oHe.e Open i. .. .. b i
Ml ol which not le lh*n l-n will Irf
.warded In Arl. nt.d not le than two
lh Natural Sclei.ee. Thee w.ll lie na
aWafda in Medkine
(blhllUn
Nali 11
laateaa Bahlbl
I...F-.I, I,. ..-.. .......1
>ne in Art'. N*lur..l Mien
APPOINTMENTS IN THE PUBLIC SLttVIOE
A|i|ilmitu>ii- ale iMVttCd tloiii .1. ... uiilj loi
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*o vean, fcr training over-eas m the work of a Librarian. Applicants
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i I) from Januai> to June IMI leading to the Entrance Kxamlnatlon
i thu Library Association Subsequently be may be required to attend
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if year commencing September. 1951 in order to qualify as a Char
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ti the statT of the Library in the llrst mstnnce and Iw uppolnhtd
substantive Librarian when the Office becomes vacant in April. 1953.
prnvlded ho completes satisfactorily the course in Library tnlntttfl
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n- I laler than the 13th of January. Further mformnuon will he Hip*
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at Jackwm *
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one* Magaatiai. Dl-< A
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Apolitai i
M I'hi. apii.atK". i Hi l- ...ii-
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I Pol.ce Couri DleKHi A on \l-
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i.Kl nsii rUOPERTY KHillTS AND INTERESTS
YUGOSLAVIA AND CZECHOSLOVAK! \
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I | !li nish lubject who is
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dhllilv Far Recall of Keservi-ls of HK Mjeslys Eorcos in
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tmcemed is notified at
oubt. therefore, should
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olonial Secretary's Office
3rd January, I9M.
oldingly. Any offlei'i's or
'onimunlcale dJreet with tlu
who
in
SfiA i> Pi'iiai'
linrSKCKAFT CENTRE
The foJlowtng | ini'.i.i'Tiiiu. -f Day
1.1 ihe lliiii-eerari CCfltlT, BtV StTf
i la) Brad March. IML
Monday
1U.00 p.m.12.00 noon
BAY STREET
ind Evening clas*i Will n|
from HocuJar, ISth Jnuari to
(.lit Square feet ol land with a front-
age ol 1) fl and a two rtntey wall
bulMlng at la." BS) Street. Nr. Man-
ning a Co.
\' P I id Street Nr Hoeburk Street.
On* amall pmperty Thl piopeity car,
be uaed aa a rcMdenc* and work shop
t garage. Price amall
At While Park Nr Harhadoa Poun-
di> ijt* Square icet of land and houae
The p"ce of lh* land I. II tO per *q
0 and the hot. e will be given lor
nothing
Will those perin. -ho wanted lo
ILi.ting, on the S*a
.d Roeklev get Ir
RCY A. SCOTT.
Agtil el Auctioneei
I tl lr
get a pioperiy al II
between Hart. Oap
LOST A FOUND
LOST

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JOHN REVNOI D Al
RfPl II"
KENNETH t'ARLTON ON FA I.F
I'UUC NCSEL SIOCOUnT
IVAN Ct-YDF. SOBERS.
i ost in .da
tl and He f Help.
B.T.C. VICKETS SK-r.e
W. H MOO lo 9: 1 M to
riai. Ttaa. tom. :. wat. '37. tsm.
73t K 4400 lo 29. K. lifts. ?1M. ?1M
HOI TIM SIM A receipt in the narr.
of Ch.irle* OlbbOiia lor Ihree Book, n
Serle. K TMB, 4S3t. SIOO. *Im> ve,
mall box containing tablet, and other
paper* Finder i. requested lo retiin
hn Donald lUrewood. Urarelle. Hoa.i
SI Michael or 'Ba.liad< Turf ritih
rinder Will be r'warded
g.lJN In
NOTICE
Be Eatabt of
ASHTON STINTBRor HINT
iDee*..ed>
NOTICE IS HEHEBV GIVEN that all
|<-ntnn* having any debt or claim upon
affecting the e lilr ol Aahlon
inthntp Hunt, late of the V.M.CA.
u-lel In Ihe pari.h of Saint Michael
id l.lund of Barbado. who died in
I. UUnd on the Itth day of July
4*. are hereby required |i .end in
parliculara of than claim duly
Heated, lo me Ihe under, igned In
are nf Me**r. Hulehmaon A Hanrleld.
lolicilor.. JBm*. tlreet. Britigen>i
i or before the 1Mb dav of February
Ml. alter which date I -l-ie.11 proceed
o dlatrlbulo lh* *.*t. ol UN .-t-lr
.inong the pa.tle. entitled Iheretn
having regard to th* debt, end cl.lm
only of which I shall Ihen have had
notice and that I ahall not be liable
,r aaaeU vo dltrlbultd lo aiv IMSMn.
I -I, .
,( whoa* debt
lied
Btfe
M
I Kl.
i lribulK-i
AND all peraun. Indebted I., lh.
r.M ettol* are requested U, wtlle thel,
L.i.,int# without dt i->
iMtnl thl- Mh dav of IMceriibei ItM
'.Till. PALI.I.M- IhCOl'H* *.V IIINIm
q ._i,i-i ---------'.....i "- *i
A.blo.i Wlnthrop Hunt. deceaaeO
t 1S.S9--4.I
"..iierm
Oil* tat
ht Lai
l.inid>4
Three in Art. or Natural S.
ia.n.i. Bihlhlllan One
Natural Bcience* or Med.rim
Farqahar aa Mtaaa.lai
Two in An. or Natural Scie
..il.hti.i aea.lar.hlp Oru.
Nitu.-. neiei,re. o. Medium
P*tr.l>**a i .....lo .1
r-.hli.iiii.il. One in Art*. Nal
i t. Medicine
Pull particular, of lhe*t al
a pamphlet which may b*
from me llegi.ira. ol ihe
College or from the BeMdent
1.11..Mural Sludle. ... lh.-
Depai'rneni. in lh* iinu h
C'oloiile*. Clo.ing date Mr .
i fas taty Ml IM|
I'l IISOMI
pubUr are heieby
again.:
VIOLA
.nge lllll.
ratting any debt or debt* in mry na
i le*. by a written older .ign-d b* .
Sgd BRANDIORD SKEETF.. Talloi
8 1J1-
llu- public *re eiebv warned again.1
K.lng i-redlt lo any per*or or peraan*
name i> 1 'Wi net
I. .mI mv*ll riraoiiWbl* for anvona con-
any deM or debt, in my n*tne
-r.iim ..roe. .igiMd by me
Signed VAL MeCOMIg.
ll-.v Sfe.1
ft Mhrhai
t in i>
fl
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pn*l Office an undert
'
a...i Ordinany atail al
tth of January. IMI
Arne I'nily lliiih Srhool
lOR'.Il KIM. ST. aad WHITE PARK
n.iMt'rr.1 .lib the oepartmeat af
tdaeaUaBi
Re-open. T.-*a>. I tin Janu.r^ IMI
Entrance Cam Mon tth and Tuei 9th.
ijo m. rntranc* Fee 1430 To
-chniar.nip. will be awarded ta uerea.
ful candidane. All pipit* m.al bring
n.n' i.:ii5rit Pup.i. are tutored ta
i (C i-landain *ioeeial Eve
n.iLg Claaae. in Commercial Ruble***.
Individual atieotiop i
Send r.i'ir child and watah rapid Im-
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tUtd ftagggg
tl tl .-in
LIOLOR LICENSE NOTICE1
The application nf Tom Jone. gt Son* |
.I I nt..utidr. Si Michael lor perm..-
gleti i vtl ggBarttS. Malt Laquor.. Be.
i bottom floor ol a wall and wooden
Cheap Ide. City.
n.nd ti... 4ih dpv of Januarv. IMI.
T. II A TALMA. 11 .
m i*i a
Sgd. TOM JflSTES
A poli.-ant
.uplitai-.n ill lie eon.i-
dng Court to be held
ai Pniiee < "A" On Moo-
gajg the 1Mb d-r of January MSI at
I am.
II A TAIAIA.
|'.iiice Maganraie Dili A
INCOME TAX NOTICE
Notice is hereby gm :. that
Income Tax returns jic ii-iuirtu
troni every married man whose
income is 51.20000 per annum
over, from every oti,.
whose Income is $720.00 per
annum or over and from com-
panies whether IncoipmattM nr
'.inincorporated, societies, persons
engaged in any trade Of pro-
tessioti, and owners of land 01
property whether a taxable in-
come has accrued during Ihe past
year or not.
Forms of Return may be ob-
tained from the Income Tax De-
partment AFTER THE 1ST PAY
OF J4NUARV. IMI. and tit-
forms delivered to me on or before the
following respective dates.
1 Returns of persons who-1
i>ooks were closed on thi
31st day of December. 18'd.
on or before the 3l*t d..i
of March. IMI
' Returns of persona who <
principal place of buainc*.
Is not situate in the islam
on or before the .10th i
June. IMI.
3 Returns of all other perso- i
on or before the 31-st Jan
uary IMI
F. A. C. CLAIRMONTF.
Commissioner of Incno |
and Death Duties
Note:Any person failing i
make his return wit) n
the clue date will be liable
to a One
C100 and not leas than {2
will la- prosecuted
unless a satitfactr.i-.
son it given.
6 1 518n
2.00 pm -1 0.....i
4 30 p.m 0.30 p.m.
Tuesday
10 00 g m. 12 00 nonr
2 00 p.m. 4 '*' | hi
4 30 p.m 0 30 p.m
Wednestluy
10 00 ; at.11 ii MM
2 00 p.m - 4 ini |i Bl
4 30 pin 6.30 (i m
Thursday
10.00 am 12 00 noon
2 00 p.m 4 00 pm.
4 30 pm 6 30 pm
.ii I pastry making.
I Drggaj Ctittlni sfld Scwiiu!
Simple Kiev.iii.iktiiK
Tasty dishes and table laying.
Kug-rnaking
Cocki.'il I
Eleniem.ii-\ Dra iniking.
Assorteo
Cake anil Psaftr) Making
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liiiU nm l ookirv ('nurse.
Home Nursing
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Advanced Dressmaking
Caribbean Cooker |
Bd Dressmaking
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'.
raafVgUNStsd Cakl icing.
::.fts
Tendi i for Canr Crops, Pine Plantation. IMI
' iKKI'.RS are invited Inr lln- imi. Iia-* n( cine lo be iea|ied durim:
] I I from I 111 .me- of i;uM'rnineni land at tho Pine Plantation. St
Michael. It is estimated that the yield from this acreage hould be In
Ihl 'uliuty of 3,500 tont cane
rind'-rs should be submitted in the Director of Agriculture.
Ilox .105, not later than Monday. I-Slh JamiA'-|>. INI and -hnuUi
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t.AI 'Ml I.IM 1 I'll!. O
im a n / i m
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i.i. nth.
1 at Tii-
i Ar1 half Mir.r, ItaJ Rarbado*
March. IMI.
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1 30 n in
. .......-i Sin.pU' HamUi
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Si. i | >1> llressmaking.
Hegisiii.tion for all i II r.....i.- .. peTgoaB, Mad will take
pun. at th.' I louse.- ft ('outre, Imween 10 00 a.m. and 12 noon. Biid
between 2.00 p m. and 5 00 pro from Wednesday 10th .rnnuarv l*
Friday 12th January, 1951. Inclusive.
Fees must be paid la adratv (or thf term it ihe Ume o* res>s-
Drgftlnl Ron Nursing,
tcilng
B Im ggH h COUTM iii Scv
Rug Miking and Hancii'iafti
i" -for each course in Clrlt rTnrt CoOaWr* Course
12'6d for earh course in Cake anil Pastry. Cake Icing. Assorted
and Tatty Dishes. Caribbean Cooker.. Salads and Deserts, Butlerlng.
Advanced Cookery. Preserves ami Sweet- innkinK, rind Cocktail
Snackt.
2/- will be refunded at the end of the term to all student! who
attend T5*^ of their classes
Department of Education.
SOth December. IM0
1 1 II 4)n
PRODUCTION OF FANCY MOLASSES
1950-51
All tilllllal wi.hin, FANCY MOLASSES for Ihe
purpose of export under the Barbados Fancy Molasses Production and
Kxport Act. 14137-<1 are asked to apply to the Department of Agricul-
'nre for an Application 1 p*V M and returned
not later than the 30th January, 1951. after which date applications
I \!olawes for purposes of export
rnnnnt ba
J. P PKTERKIN
Secretarv
Fancy Mot.. Markctn,^ I
i.ii and
Marketing Board
il 1 51 3:i
HARRISON LINE
OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KIN0D0M
Due
V'ejsel Fr.oi, J.earet M.ii-'i'iili.
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IT" London 3rd Jan IBth Jan
MULHEHRY MILL l" N dor 9th Jan 24th Jan.
1 PLANTER London 13th Jan 27th Jan.
FACTOR" Glaagow and
Ijvcrpool 20th Jan 3lt Jan
, TRIBESMAN M brough and
L4>TCon 27th Jan 10th Feb.
l'l(i>S!>r:CTOIf London 27th I in 18th Feb.
HOMEWARD TOR THE UNITED EIHODOM
Veatel for Cloggg in Barbuda*
SIK' IALI8T" 1-ohdon 8th Jan
farther inforraalion apply lo - -
DA COSTA & CO..
LTD.At eat.
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wr. wlh von
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*ace tu.ur
BARBADOS ADVOCATf.
SATURDAY. JANtABt , MT
ENGLAND LOSE FIVE
FOR 211 US 3RD TEST
MILLER (HTS'lAmiNG
ifnmi *>lir Owl t orrc-pwiidrnt)
LONDON. Jan. 5.
England baiting on .. pel fact wickei scored 211 runs for
live wicket* when the Third Test with Australia began at
Sydnev ti-da> The score would have been much larger
but foi one gjrcal ovei bj Keith Miller, Australia a may
nlHcent ajl-rounder. -n which he captured the wicketi >'
Huttnn and Compton without conceding a run. It was
Comptoo*a aeoond auccesslve teal matcl agaainet Aaia-
tralia and a bad blow for England
Once *4>ii. Skiii- '"
..i\ed ilii'1 inafnga iu.it
/hen hi>
-.he* might bi rattled out and he

.mftrr a Wding to
-... >..: r critic*. 1 "'
i eafl al teaet
But daaplte Brown u wos-i
hpajMaia of Mi' oa.v undoubtedly
went '" Nt,ll-i Fw hende hU
magnificent iwcr wilien V
nJJanir- two beat haismcn. q*>
ito bowled Si' I
rtach iaw I 5
etc at nereoca toai of only t*
run*. AihI i>'v>-", v he had made

p
I
' -' .
,, :. .--. it. i-
!
i
have been luflkienl torn i
i......uttouatj
But Brown ho can i
Parklw..w decided to lake In- luck
m hi< hand* an<
How The 2nd Test
Was Won And Lost
\uslntliu Wo/i liy 28 Rum
I.indwall 20
Pmkhouw
. rds from the bat.
fought
-tubburr
SHOOTING TODAY
ins
on un
Parkhouse llnall' i$ot
mark by bitting Ian .inhnaon foi
four ami then Hawwtt mlS
rather surprisma change
He took the w bell ""l
stead <>1 allowing Null'' w f01'*
tinuv the good work he Rave 11 lo
Johnston and l.indw.11
Parthou-* md Bn i H
the bowling, added * i.....
half an hour thirty off tin- new I
ball-before, the shim- apparently
having worn off IB* now hull Ml -
IS was brought bach Into Ibe at-1?*;
tack
hi llll MILLER
First Test
For Golf
Team Today
(Free* Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON. !>
WITH TWO GAMES played and two irk torfag to then
net England again thie tour Three game* onh !
i iknesees in tho
optunial to auggeel they have any real chance oi winning
the reinaintng matchea and 'he ruW*M
ad England weal mte
.11. h ..i.
t
i || undoubtedly
; today, (.I make
M
.
i Then com England's lighting
I . I .town He had hi-, shau- ,.: luck

i .iling Bailey hel| a I him In
i gfl .j,

een dl
day. hel|
ivi player with i
temperament.
...
m the Miiallr-t winning inargi
i ,.
A P. F. Chai m crapi

Eligla l
should noi I'M lot Pheli bo*
BatM
pui us I
i
' Cl .1,111!
much icsiKinslbilny
wan thrust upon HUtton Whet, m
I out hope .
and
fact that
11 worn bikI t i.k -
l*rfi

.\ Id of n golA n
on si the Rocklej cioif
(inf. this
... playing foi the Ja
ar> i i Hue, but M o*
parkhou^r > th* .rthei nd. Ian JohnM.!. iv \m fi tnj team that will repre-
at the othei end, Ian Johnson. >>v
taking two fount i" one pvei but
lust when It iipiM-ared Iha
stand mighl tlevelop ParkhouM-
was well taught ^ mnlon by Mor-
ris hen attemptlnf third four
off Johnson
"He had b-'i )<' e*er an hour
Al ihc day waned. Hro^- .-n.
Bailcv iU'v b>p< i
paiinVhip Brown hod hi- "' k.
noticeably whei ite elw
ball from Johnson clesn over 'its
stuwpK. but he deserved ll At
the ctose he had been baltliiR for
nearK 90 minute-, foi
after "the Usnis#ol of Parkh>iie
he became more defensive-
JThunderjtorms -re forecssi for
slbourne in the neai hltu
at the wicket l* not covered 'lur-
ing the days of play it seems thai
rain rnay romc lo England s
sistance as It did foi Austral!
Brtsbiiiie in dif l"ir Test
But In ihe meantime IJndsay
Haeaett is weU atisflcd thai on
auch an easy wicke* whl !
to help hi* bowlers to do anvin ng
more than send occasional bump-
ers head high, he has managed to
restrict the English hnt-men (o 211
run- ..IT 73 uvei -
has lopped ofl the five most im-
portant heads. If AUBtralll wkBg
this match it will he a noil... MO-
ler liium ph
Biggest disappolntmenl iron' the
England viewpoint w I
failure b\ Deois Omiploii wl." wai
bowled bv Milter for a duck ofl
the third ball he received So far
in the series he has received only
0 balls in thrCL- Innings for v.-^tM
of 3. ft and 0
Earlier In that over MilU-i had
ended n classical knock by Hu'ton,
retting 'he Yorkslilrcrtum l.b.w-
llutlou sotfed 62 runs in 171
utes including Umndarle*
was supremely
all bowlers.
Hut ton and Kea Simpson ; put on JOT runs for the lh!rd
M.CC wicket ;.gain.st Ne* Bout*
Wales on the same groun-J lilt
Tuesday, ligured in I he beat i art-
nershipof tin- day when J'
for the second wicket
Simpsni. aftei .. ibal "'.
feitk-d down lo rnake i iigmtag
49. Later OUbert Parkli M
r*reudi> Brown thi M C C. skippar,
put on a bright SO for lh.> ilfth
wiekei. and it was I. fi to lt...wn
4nd Trevor ltuili-> lo plu> out the
rest of the day's play in an un-
liroken partnership Which n fl BD
far yielded 24 runs
T' I Si 9Cl
. Ml
* I'M.'..
He
onllderrt a^nlnat
ami ikubadoi in Trinidad
am oi thi oritii The *
Eve entrtei an not candldai
I i -...ii .n
The twenty-three who i
ying i ut foi i?i"- tin
play la thi i I I Ung row
uiid the ll ll
nvrth teats will be play*
Bai i Bun til i
ilve-man repreaent Ion

Mill match pla]
t : Beei Mu
i
I ip will appl>. but
, f.n at iilaettoa "f u>
is concerned scores win
oned ofl scratch result- I
row's teal ill eontaat <>f atghtec
' il play.
Tin draw and itarUng thmt
I (oUow
g to .i m David Lu B
Cents i'n...Mii. Richarcl
and Divtd liuuM
100 pm. -J K K. Chrint
Bryan Wybrew, KaKh Mm-phv
2 05 p in.Dan Mascoll. Colin
nn'iey. Frank Morgan.
10 ii.m John Roil ut I
O'l) Egan, Shlrlev Atwell
a m s I'crccv i i
lnim>. William QPUUI
2 20 p in s Toppki Jai i
0*1 l'i I-act Timpson
(.SB Qeorg in
K W QirUng it. r f* tiding
2 SO p n fV '. st., i-
ley DelglMah K ii Hunle
Ray-
john Ori
The dl \ -in-1 i
foi lo-nv .....-
the Bai' earn
I
i 0 30 :. n Join, Oi id
Oeorgf Challe
1.00 p .';(.'.. : Ml-
haei Tvnptcn H P i
2 05 j- Will ai
u.in Maacoll, J. <>'D Egan.
1.10 Btanli Igllc 'i
bai Vi.tt
2 18 i- in Hi I
Colin 11!. K it Hume
30 p m Dat d lu-ie-l
Frank Morgan J K. K I >, ,.. i
Wilson Shlrlei Atwo'l
.' in i Katth
W Oirl ng Ronnie ;'
wn 10 '.he
r thai fui the
. ., l. had Bret uea
of a good wleket It would nol
be fair to say that ihe wicket H ai
easy becausr hero re lunch it cer-
. i
i cfendi
igh ihej sunten i
ly blo when rlutton .m-epled a
verj neal aUp catch ofl iiedsei ui
gat rid "i Horrla, that was Ihe
niih > ui.. [ore lunch
a*hi n 01 run wm on lh< boat
Thi* incidental!... I
poflttinn a in tat pfO*.
.it Brtaaaa*
Alter l.nnrli
I And after lum-h the eotnetde *e
tage furtl ei
i *
n hiv second over, thus- repeat ma
hli Biiab.....
I
. i a lib only **' n ns
hi the board Both Bailey and
i von '< img extremely
well. Bedeti frequently beating
Ihc Iji.Uim n (he air. He had
morally bowled Harvey half a
aoantl link I b ton the lunch in-
terval and ll wh onl) luatloc that
In- ghould eventunlly capti
Itet Indeed 'in.....;. reaj lia
-Honied the Australians was by
Wright, who could nut hik.
t1 ind i ipl U
all
The departure of Morris and
H.n vej bai'. of .'ii-
othei ^uatralian ollapa \i I m
who had defended atoll II
Ihrouiihout the pie-lunch session.
was magnificently caught
down in the lUpg DJ Bl I
Millet In most uncertain tnood,
was Ibw to Brown after having
three times failed to straight driv
\hv howler to the tioundary
Hasselt and laxlon In aland
B4 revived Australia's fading
hopes, but Evan- .hmtl. It-i
the tea interval, accepted ,i
dlfllcult chance behind ihc wicket
gat rid of l^ixton and
Close his first wicket ii
Anvil'-Australian Tests
and
mar for hope a
a last wicket stand which rt-uluied | (,,
the end cejne
.liter tea. when lor the secorul
time in the match Johnston had
Wright l.b.w
Ueflrction* on the match: Evans
probabl] the ereateal

Pimp*
Malley *i oi the
Ben "f the
INBW! improved
\ ODEX SOAP
O Gets skin really clean
O Banishes perspiration odour
Leaves body iwoot and daiity
New Hall
Taking the new ouii aeata
ind Bailey ran throutf
ihf i.nliii.n i- tiiii'.i-i narrowly
laaing the hat-trick wh
had Johnson and JohnatOB
caught otl successive balU Hi
unallv linished with an analyst!
of four for 37 ano Ha I ley of four
(or 40 the last four Austi.il
ickets. having fallen in 15
unite-, for only two fttl
The wicket rolled out easily
for Kngland on Ihe aOCjnd da)
and by rights Ihey should have
buil'. ip j rormidabi- I
Instead. thc> ooUapaed even
WOCea than Auotraha and at one
s*.ige had six wicket., down tor
01 nina
Milln and Lindwall dkl he
early damage, both bowling al a
pace not seen by ana B '
hat Ince thi laal Aufti
vfall tn England Simpson
at ii. caught In the ilipa
johneofl Dewei
ly cauaht b) Miller, pushing
bat id the liall which went a
from Inn, will. I total of 33
foui rune Uitei Waihbrooh got "
i irmtiht niie from laml-
raa iba
lloiihlllll
Hutlon "- tn victim
conlroveralal umpiring
after haviim M-ored only >-
Whether bl did .ni.dly hit IM
ball which was caught bj Talton
or whether In tact it |v I
I up ofl ihe roll al In-

Bui the fad b Ihc umpli
'mu out. mid oul lie h |
with a (olal at 54
altered when ihrea ball
.....l-.it'
,n m\' shot offer* L
. h |uai Ui *'" I
Qaed rVavh
i continued the good woid
kei ai iiis pal
ther 41 Qpr
\\w unit:
provided Johnson with his ihlr.:
i.iti-r. ot th.- in' ,n.s when OrHS
one run xhort of his 50. The
wen- level and he
pull I IBOt round Ihe
ve England the lead.
Ti v done by Wrigh-
ihc dlpa btri
two and after Bcdser bad
nothei ilngle the Engtan>.
loaed Ith an
la match
H It) thrown away.l
Bui even in .ri- | UUtUni '..:
alaiae which fol-
lowed in Inninge
Altoi Morria and Archer had
But o 11 the rust wlckatt
n,i Harvey took the aeon
along lo H Then Harvey baca*-
mg up to ny and steal iBuk
ignlAcently
Wt mbrooh who n.t
OOvei And from
iiy foi unc Ihe Australian score
raptdbj ba uied lo 111 foi foul
..ught in
i by Bailey and Miller
gain uncertain in ins "troko
ad by Baiie>
Fine Bowling
At this atag* Brown look a.
hnd in t and hu'
fine exhibition ot mediuin-pa.ed
bowling precipitated the coltapw .
Hassett. Loxton, Undwall andj
Tallon all became bis victims al a
personal COSt of only 26 runs ano
ulthourh Johnson scored a rap*'1*
ti \ Halia were .dl out for 1BI
The pitch by this lime ami
Igjlnnhlg to break up and sevend
large cracks apix-.uco England
loat Wuhbrooh and Balary over-
night for only 22 run- I Ul BBU
bad eight wteketa left to secu"
the nacotaary 151 runs for vieton
when play reaurned on ihe fourth
day.
What was reu,uul was for
or the baauncB to really chance
bis aim hudcao Ua Km: i ,;'
tried lo get the runs in
Iwos. Hution alone showed auy
confidence bul .enlising thai his
compatriots were losing the Initia-
tive, he too tried lo hit out ami ofl
tal.c itroko Oi the morn-
ing was caught on the leg aide bv
No Ifrariman
ol Bradrr
. undermined the
if Auatraha'a other halsmei
Hai vej are ou
attempt* to bd
i. out ' trouble have
made the / .traliai.
ban. .
i vy are a forml-
bnll attack
in the Ki.ki h da loo much
on the houl-
ers of Mutton Complor Wl
... ...
neee applied to the Aus
ellng in the remain n
Paeti
of English batamen
gaining the initiative. Hassett ma;
trouble for once
Hit pad Ten have retired, hi
lacks variation. Johnso.
and Iverson are hoth off spi
and .illhough they have si
hlended well, the absence of a Icr
spinner may be eat
really true wicket
In skipper F P B-own Ennlanf'
. big mate:
perform-
r^ance in this piatch alone he is
worth hi- place I"'' ihe remaining
Ihree nn
What's on Today
Ibe/U Do It F.vcry Time -,----------- By jimmy H.ulo
Mama's on a DKTV'TRVWfi
TO REDUCE-BUT NO MATTEL
WOW SUE STARVES MERSEL^ IT
ISN'T ANY USE -
On TME OTHER HAKR TA WE SEEPS TEN POUNPS OR MORE-
BUT EVERV TIME HE WEIGHS H,W-
SELF HES LISHTER THAN BEFORE'
7
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