Citation
The Barbados advocate

Material Information

Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title:
Sunday advocate
Place of Publication:
Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publisher:
Advocate Co.
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily
regular
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Barbados -- Bridgetown

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities:
No issue published for May 3, 1983.
General Note:
On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
General Note:
Microfilm produced before 1988 may be substandard.
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Advocate Co.. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
17931718 ( OCLC )
sn 88063345 ( LCCN )
Classification:
Newspaper ( lcc )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Advocate-news (Bridgetown, Barbados)

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:


Full Text




























©
?
ia ~
‘ %s
fi oN
Saturday it . is Price: ‘
f :
December 2 FIVE CENTS
i930 :
Year 535
I 00 M. P ‘ l | , j
-P’s Write . inese Drive Sou
Atti On A ; :
a
cee are: l owards P y ongyan
. $ . : sy
Commons Electrified
| COW Sag] |
LONDON, Vec. i. | va
WELL OVER 100 Lab . . .
our Members of Parlia- Dead Man 5
és ment today signed a letter to Prime Minister 99
— Attlee pin-pointing the atom bomb issuc e en ce .
= expressing their alarm. It is believed to have hswers
emanded the undertaking that the use of th ‘
atomic bomb would not be authorised until United u esti ons i TOKYO, Dec. 2.
Nations leaders had been consulted. There should|. CHINESE COMMUNIST troops and armow
be no question of leaving the decision to militar’ BELGRADE, Dec. 1 were reported early today to be pouring south
chiefs, and in the absence of undertakings on th: yea Zuyisi former Public Enemy] over the Chongchon River and closing in on the
: * : : t mn >, o e Cor orn : a ’ . i rape
subject Britain should withdraw her troops from| hed said was dead appeared in Eighth Army’s defence area north of Pyongyang,
Korea. person before foreign prestmer the former North Korean capital.

} The Prime Minister today sum-,'Truman since 1945 when—in aun Tee i i io real hope
moned his Military Ministers and ]almost different world—he called News of his release from prison Observers in Seoul reported wy gy Mee ee he P :
advisers to a conference in pre-|in Washington to inaugurate the vetlel te Mewed heteed eet that, if the Communists threw in another savage
paration for his visit to Washing-|/\tomic Energy Commission = e e@ a week ago. ; ’ Unitec

| ton. Earlier, he met Foreign Sec- As the House dispersed, no I have been placed in a posi offensive on the Chongchon pattern, the United
retary Ernest Bevin and other|answer had yet come from Wash- : Sed Bar r a to prove I am alive Nations troops could hold the line.

Cabinet leaders for the first of ajington—but the day ‘has ended . Te 2 eRe tO Pere ee YOU ir LO east and norrneast
series of urgent consultations on|with heightened confidence. This} SQUAWS of the Papago Indian tribe, seen taking part in their “taka” journament, tho finals of which an see for yourself,” he saia Almost the entire area to the hn a a aioe ts ¢
— promerary ee van he will pee pees.6 600) * oe Britain, win os held during the 25th Annual La Fiesta do !a Vaqueros (Feast of the Cowboys) which will take The 52-year-old former Minis of Pyongyang was free to the ened 3 ne
ave wit esident Truman. as_asserted her will to regain a; pa ‘* Tuseon, Arizona, next February. The anci eut game of Taka is apparently the fore-runner of oo: aa eee ‘ ots _ . e y slaught on the
Latest reports from authorita-|position of influence in world| th: modern game of hockey. A small wooden ball serves as a puck, aid long hooked sticks serve to - s re ee a manoeuvre for another flank on 8 iles
tive quarters suggested that the] affairs. | propel it between goals some 200 yards apart Express jos ty HARA GF Veceesla entered Fighth Army, which is concentrated along 40 miles
Prime Minister would fly to } ——_—_—___——_ — - nt ’ Peni ]
i : take. ae A Reuter’s message from London the cenference room smiling of the western part of the Peninsula.
ees yong, ee wna’ tee said that Prime Minister Clement Pl n nd s Dressed in a blue suit, white shirt P In turn there appeared to be
world crisis generally. Attlee’s proposed flight to Wash eve: f e : e e ang ive potted tie he sat down ino «Creal «hope ) «of §=6defendn
Arbos ‘Service leaders present | ington for consultations with Presi-| lve Ne} Yl ] S _ Fe er — and egal ~ | Pyongyang unless a oe
at today’s military conference! dent Truman was front page news S h Fi questions for nearly an hour, re I AO P EDs 1 |perimeter was formed round the
were Defence Minister. Emanuel|in the world’s newspapers to-day. | cnuman or. : faxed os aot estnies smoking, The reparec city. And the probabilities were
Shinwell, War Minister John Stra- In some countries the visit was | ' : â„¢ ads fer ach bd ocean report oO ssist 1e oa : ae ons va mit
chey, end Field Marshal-Sir Wil- | considered to offer a respite in} London Talks oO et entre : - ; ee orced into such a position |
passe he
liam Slim, Chief of the Imperial} the face of almost inevitable war,}| | Pecastaite: a prod Ln would be bypassed by the ¢
General Staff. while there was increased | | — said “treatment was very nt ibl * munist armies who would then
Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin] anxiety in political circles in| LONDON, Dec |! | & Ha ddided shat eete . as aril ean have a virtually unopposed road
and Defence Minister Shinwel!| ther countries. The Foreign Office announced | n hed alten hie eee onunie to drive into Seoul and the south
were at the carlier ministerial] president Truman’s statement} this afternoon that French Prime or elle Uu < ss - an Svery OPPOrvVlirty . . , J Guards at Pyongyang were wafn-
j . ” inietar . 7 P ' . to change his mind t al CURACAO, B.W.1., Nov. 30 ’ .
meeting. that the final decision on using eens pate See oe aes ' treatment but through education. Dr. S, Daniel Neumark of the}ed late last night of pores
An © t In House the atom bomb rested with him- sth Oe Ee ee heats (From Our Own Correspondent) Zuyick told correspondents tha | United Nations Food and Agri attacks by Chines ‘ eee
xe y self was welcomed in most, “' °° See ; , he was “unfortunately” no longer «| Cultural Organization on Thurs Seoul reports told of Chines
eink ‘ arters morning for talks ‘with Prime Min- LONDON, Dec. 1 member of the Yugoslav C day told the West Indian Con-|dressed in dirty white Korear
Quarters close to Attlee said he qua 3. Dts | ister Attlee and Fereign Secretary te 2 : Se tae ’ ee iat Part 7 e gosiay Commu ference that F.A.O. is prepared |peasants clothing trekking sout-
had so much ground to cover in Following are the reactions to) Bevin before Attlee leaves fo: A DESPATCH from Mr. James Griffiths, Secretary o ["'St Party . ach srate further with the|]ward with thousands of terrified
sare amet a chiefs imaton. Proposed visit to Wash-! Washington. 5 State for the Colonies, on the proposal to set up a Wes Soe Caribbean ‘Commission regarding | Korean refugees
that-tt mteies over be fenaey Lae re “ey ots se ag ge te Indian Students’ Centre in London will shortly be receivec — implementation of resolution Renald Batchelor, a Reuter cor-
. ay . ent said’: “ . nc ASSi r : . . Aina “ aa ‘ 7 a . j Tes rer
fore he left. WASHINGTON.—One = American) eens on the Fersien Secre- by West Indian Governments. The despatch follows < “Little As bly”’ for corpemenenes Sard aves of eee re sore Sa
British Overseas Air Corpora- newspaper said _ that en ae Scie et a ; meeting last ni sht at the Colonial Office when Mr. Griffith sem Vv agricultural development in ar Foe Ox sritish and + ustre -
: ; bs eaciaa tar’ s g following an & g € en Mr, Url 5 - bbean territories lian tr lug in on a hillside
aon ve een es Sorcntat, — to ba org exchange of views through diplo- received a five-man deputation of the Executive Committec M t C © ‘ meet oe : ‘leat aight catiasitia nh with-
mettnaxieeratates nye th dake: Attica Curhmindet asteukt in stein mane Saanete between ‘Paris of the West Indian Students’ Umion who stressed the need us ontinue a aheerver, ithe, ce ontieenee drawal of the last elements of
a ert and London during the last few for such a t at Delis nerd the Unite’ Nations forces from
to Washington. ern Korea was to propose to} 9.0. or such a centre, + Swen entitled The Importance of Agri mate :
Attlee has communicated to cross the ocean to meet oir ine been agreed that Pleven The deputation cc osisted of Me Inquiries culture in Caribbe i foawarny the Chongchon River
President Truman a list of the Marshal Stalin and to offer Sch si 1 ES ‘ r Il. D, Carberry (Jamaica) Presi- Wit Reference to the Worlo
: ns s t Se an §$ 4d come to Lon- . ' ) . + +4 ith eference oO \ Wor 7 nn streame
a he ent . aatem. ‘ him the choice between =e : dae EE eins, colleaaties Amas Shoppers dent of the West Indian Students oe ‘ad oe i Market, The paper stressed the Sua eka one auantte is nraae
© 18 expected to be in America peace and war before Attlee leaves for Washing- Union; Mrs. Pearl Connor (Trini Peak he ; f Seem Jimportance of agricultural devel Saat: D sa schiasdil
+ : aves as et Laad\s se ay my to-night instructed the “Little As- ing | American and Australian
end Mantr borton ee vee h Truman’s advisers a urged ton, The French Ministers are Burnt To Death Reet aan —_ aerak eet sembly” to contiene inquiries into ae end eee oul mae fighter bombers and the lack of
: him not to go ahea rith|expected i Lond t ! r. sianey owa amaica); |. womple ; Chi pe seen in the perspective of its}, ac. ) by » retreat-
(Minister for Commonwealth Re- thécoeebosat fh ante W Se oF on on ‘tomorrow ; i‘thida tect eins se and Mr. Nutton Griffiths (B.G.){° complaint by Nationalist China} relation to industrial develop- bridges blows, up by, the Ry rea
lations Commonwealth coun- proposal, they sald. morning euter, HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, Dec, 1 . : . against Russia. The assembly ap- 4 ‘jing United Nations forces
ations) as . Thi rted sal ms Te = id seh aie During the discussions lasting },.). an ment, There was the need for The picture this srning was
tries are being kept informed of § repo proposal may Ten Christmas shoppers and proved by 35 votes to 17 with sev- : F . he picture this morning wa
lain British 1 Minis~- slerks were in g| eme.and a half hours students . ‘ ; land planning, agricultural guid-|o¢ wary United Nations forces
developments. explain British Prime Min clerks were burned to death in a inwed Mr.-G en abstentions, a resolution deal- ance and agricultural leadership |%..\ y : re
Attlee’s announcement, which ter Clement Attlee’s decision Allies A ree To department store here yesterday as be out to ir. rifiths that ing with Nationalist China's com- Ce at H Nell Fuhey a Trini. digging in along a new ie a
tollowed exchanges with Britain’s to fly to Washington at only 8 while a 16-year-old boy ied others | there Was He central meeting point }plaint of threats~ from Russia to unin chad F 7 [ing on Sunchon about miles ¥
representatives in Washington on 48 hours notice, political ; to safety over the roof, At one |" West Indian students in Lon-|the political independence and ean tert ot hi tae north of Pyongyang. ee a
Truman's references to the atom observers here believe. German Plan time 30 people were trapped in a don, although Malayans and Afri-|territorial integrity of China and a Wauinark's paper. Woat Indian * ee ae ae Oe Palerea
bomb, quelled Parliamentary anX-| swepen,—British Prime Minis- third flcor toy fair. Six of them | °#"S Gk Oe te es to the peace of the Far East. conferences inaugurated in 1944 | sbandoned. .
iety which within a few hours ter Attlee’s decision to fly BONN, Dec. 1 followed the boy to an escape Mr. Griffiths it is understood, | Another resolution drew the at- by the Anglo-American Caribbean |
had been built up to formidable to Washington shows that oe “oer ennyee hide ladder when flames cut off. the Neer 5 eee of = et of “i a Rye Pa Commission are designed to pro-| In the northeast, the Commu-
roportions. x . : 3erman Chancellor to-day scored} main dcor. dea of a es ndian centre/sity of complying faithfully with| oo. a we . _|nists had ch ed across the
— ae pean ay fermen a diplomatic victory with the After an unexploited explosion und listened sympathetically as\a previous Assembly recommenda - sitet ith Sn itive United “rations” hes: in. the
A despatch i9 Gar: : cue: tim one 2 ees Allied High Commissioners who] fre }urned out the four-storeyed students put forward their |tion to promote international re- ss matters of ‘eomamioh, interest Chosin reservoir area and were
correspondent states that the on a democratic world’s policy | jn principle agreed to new pro-|pujlding, Kays Stores . views. lations in the Far Fast. The vote] °" ait P) reported only 30 miles from the
mood of the British Parliament is widening” au Liberal posals drafted by him on the New The fire statted nen wander He was told of the difficulties] ‘was 39 to six with 1s abs‘entions twin east coast towns of Ham-
since the announcement of Presi- Stockholm paper said to-day.} york conference decisions officials | 4)e¢sor put finishing touches to an| th®t colonial scholars have in ob- » Reuter hung and Hungnam, They then
dent Truman's Press Conference ’ “British , public opinion] said here. electrical Christmas greeting \ taining accommodation. It was v7 h) seemed driving hard to the east
statement on the use of the atom is increasingly demanding] In a discussion lasting over two A sheet of flame spread up the | Suasested that the need was for 7 2 Truman Accuses coast in a bid to cut off the scat~
bomb, has been one of virtual a more active intervention] hours the Chancellor raised the] so5+ of the build aE A a 1 ©! two additional hostels, one for men E . * : c tered United Nations forces in
oT ae ti ete of the London Government in] whole relationship between West} BR. We: SONSSE VARY eco? Lake Success. There is aj] Germany and the Allies. 5 ass ov 4 ,

. i . wtraat 4 LGeevintis | tecitnee fiths indicated that he would look a bright spot was that the United
feeling can best be judged from parallel situation in France”, One Allied official said the the street as firemen arrived













































: : : ; :
isi ‘ire fi . t atte > . “ mes States Second Division troops
the decisive speech made by it added Chancellor’s draft which reword- Fire fighters said that the ex- Se ae net. ' ‘a Atomic Weapons WASHINGTON, Dee, 1 trapped on Thursday just below
ive R. A. Butler just it added. : Pe a aa |plosion might heve originated e also expressed approval of President Truman today accused] K ; ‘ dolned conte
Conservative R. jus Oo President. Tr n’s| ed the decisions of Foreign Minis- |! g & th fo : y . : ata , y accused) Kunuri had now regained contact
prior to Attlee, He was criti- nm 'residen uman’s Aa arhuy vark Ree oat a several places including the he idea of appointing a Careers . WASHINGTON,, Dec, | Chinese Communists of .“naked| with the main body
cal of British relations with atom bomb statements and} te ee ad eae & sto | ball. The fire was the town’s worst Adviset to ensure that students Senator Brion McMahon, Chair- | deliberate and unprovoked”
the United States within the the subsequent explanations} More Cleat y nelr ad van ages © | since 28 died in a hotel blaze in when qualified could obtain em-|man cf the Senate-House Atomic] aggression in Korea and asked 4
Atlantic Alliance. He lamented in Washington, the paper] the Germans was “quite a good | 19539. Reuter. ; ployment in those parts of the}|Energy Committee sharply chal-|Congress to approve a $17,850,000,- TELL THE ADVOCATE
the lack of Britain’s influence commented: “One fact we eet epee he ee Colonial Empire where they were }lenged to-day a suggestion tha’ !000 fund to strengthen United THE NEWS :
in the combined counsels of the remains. The United States i a ite Son fast the acte cae most urgently needed. Russia might not have the atomic |States defences, In a message to ' Pitas
maa eae sae oe | rn, ee a i _ Statute ‘shoud be fabinced by a NINE PRIESTS TO BE sey Griffiths said that he would | bomb Senator Owen Brewster |Congress the President said that the Ring 3113 Day or Night.
an as no ee ay place the bomb at Genera toh lee A 7 2 e to see more engineering anc |(Republic.n, Maine) made the sug-| gravity of the world situation : ’
strongly enough up to date. MacArthur's disposal with- ita” Grant Gemma ee SENTENCED TODAY technical students. gestion in the Senate Senator required that these funds be made - pine aaa eee,
E d out heering the views of the sania anirmotital basis PRAGUE, Dec, 1. He was then told that another | McMahon (Democrat, Connecti- |available with the utmost speed, 7 mee
An rsement : tong though the| Should be on contractural basis. a q , ’ ; urg@cahed whe cs | Dei n |
ndo United Nations t ough e But it was understood that The Czechoslovak state prose- eed was for the tab-)cut) replied : “Evidence available —Reuter.
Referri Communist China war in Korea is being wage¢| wigh Commissioners were unable|‘Ul* demanded “the severest lishment of more university for over a year indicates the
Prone ae eee. ee i ® the Unitec “this 2 , | penalties” fo : ‘atholic] Places for colonial student: partic- | Sovie ax ; /
Butler said there were two views. in the®name of the to decide on this and agreed they | Penal or nine Roman Catholic es F ni dents partic-} Soviets did explode an atomic
He would accept neither extreme Nations”. must leave this to their Govern-| priests, who are being tried for ularly in medicine. | weapon and are to-day in the
On the one hand, some advocated | npnywarK The Canservative | Ments—Reuter. reason, when theis trial was re- me aa rs aoe Seutetion ; business of manufacturing them.”
admission of China to the Secur- 7. ey se! ear ear eae sumed here today. ; - at more scholarships —Reuter.
ity Council. He coulgl not accept National Paper . oe - In a two-hour speech he strong-| Were needed and suggested that e a eee
that at this stage when China ee eee thet enna Pe ttle Russia Repeats ly attacked the Vatican and its} in future scholarship allowances ;
was undoubtedly acting aggres- to ape a en, oe : “obedient agents and servants in} Should be pegged to the cost of | ™ .
sively. At the same time he wy “yeti . diffeuities until " the Enquiry Demand echoslovakia”. living index ! Soviet Proposal e e res
not accept the view put by ar- ~ %: ie p An expert in Church law called a
; . Y “ ast possible moment . ae
ren Austin, United States repre- ‘ ae ch State said: “The higher! :
: p ~ ; “But hope is not enough WASHINGTON, Dec, | ‘ rs eat n . «
sentative ity Council * : ay ' ‘} re mitary > sate: .
— ahaa oe ter,” aid The world must be prepared Russia has repeated its demand 1e Church dignitary, —e ere ae Peron Ho es F 7
wou < , a - evervthing a 7 Pow Be ‘ . a the crime and the greater the . ec, |
i py et pe Agent e = f for everything and Europe | that the Far Eastern Commission ae ; : or LAKE SUCCESS, D
But ary ‘to use the machinery c not the least,” it continued. should investigate the alleged use punishment The verdict is due “op ll so rpiie The U.N. Commission on Nar-
the United pba 2 bs Line pe ‘+ “Nobody can say what will! of Japanese forces in Korea to-morrow morning, the sixth day u Meat rip cotic Drugs defeated a new Rus-
“uae watiles “Catedi ately happen next, One can only The Russian Embassy released of, the trial heures. BUENOS AIRE I han Re gg the gk age tegetant
ame Pe say that the forces of demo- i . . rod Seatac S. f RES, Tec Nationalist from that body and
endorsed on behalf of the Gov- Se ei ia-aatiee hone statement made by the Sovie POCKET CARTOON President Peron told British| . : . . bee
- 2 » views put by eracy are the only guarantees | « mpbassador, Alexander Panyush- rfenche 5 eet tee Alc ritish} seat the Red Chinese represen-
een all the ews f ) for peace kin, atrumstionats mening of Ane by OSBERT LANCASTER oe aor os he —— ti tive. The nue mrgpone ve
This in itself is sensational,| GERMANY. — West German] Commission charging a “gross 17 de Octubre sailed for Paden Date. Cantal "Eeypt . France
but in his brief 20 minute Chancellor Konrad Aden-] violation’ of the Potsdam Declar- a heed ee a) renee ONE Ry Pe eel
speech there were more sensa- auer said here that the ex-| ation and Far Eastern Commis- ere eee oe aoe iran, Biexieg, fart ae sane
tions. “We want to get a set- pansion of the Korean conflict | sion policy decisions.—Reuter. Meron it 8 - 3 ; Gays FN®, Turkey v« ted against the ussion)
tlement with China”, Attlee must be prevented through : it was disclosed today,| demand.—-Reuter.
emphasised. It would be esti- international negotiations i ae, ne —— when, accom- |
mated that the Foreign Office “We hope that a_ third Taft Will Support pi ou i ROUT | te visited the
here feels itself capable of World War will be avoided British built liner last Tuesday ae ny
reaching a settlement with to spare the human race its War Effort Argentine meat shipments to the First lest Match
Pane as eagle gat ne been greatest disaster.” He de- ‘ ( nae Kingdom have been sus- On? ‘hs
placed = on is poin yn clined to comment on Presi- or ae nee ; pended cver price differences LATEST R ‘om
speeches from the three Gov- dent Truman’s atom bomb WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. ince July 21 he the first
ernment speakers in this de- statement American Republican policy Leiter, Brisbane, where the
bate. a ; leader, Senator Robert Taft, to- Test Match between Eng:
After a brief mention is 3 bp BELG"! —The news of ee day promised oe scale Republi- | eee sabe lend and Australia is
Atlantic Pact rearmament, Attlee prospective cross tlantic | can support of the Korean war "
came to the heart of to-day’s dash to meet President Tru- | effort as President Truman cal 1 MYSTERY JETS FLY | being played is that rain
question. As he spoke of Tru- man increased anxiety in| Congress leaders to a conference OVER BERLIN | prevented the resumption
man’s reported statement on the political circles here. Circles |on the military cr of play on the second day.

atomic bomb, 500 members of Par- close to the Belgian Govern-

liament below and _ hundreds ment believed that the Cabi-
above in the Press and public net meeting to be held later
galleries held their breath. today will denart from rout-
= . alled ine matters to discuss the
The Prime Minister calle latest political and military
attention to the United States developments in the world |
MacMahon Law which requires situation.

the President's permission for the

use of atomic weapons. INDIA. Indian Gover=nent















This correction of Truman’s auarters welcomed Attlee’s
originally reported statement did decision to visit Washington
not satisfy all hearts But Att- rpreting it as mission
lee’s next statement assuaged ace”
tremulous hearts. It was an They declined to comment
assertion of collective responsibil- on President Truman’s refer-
itv—and of British intention to ences to the use of the aton
have a say in the great decisions bomb
that now must be taken on the
Far Eas Armee police to-day charged

Witt 1e climax of relief be- [and broke up hundreds of work-
hind hi “e continued tofers demonstrating in the Cathe-
his decisio visit Washington.]dral Sauare Milan, in protest

Nothing cc Kuve been more|against President Trur tate-

welcome in 1 fear-fraught | ment that the United vere

r 1 the prospect] considering isi atomic
decisions _might | bomt
diplomacy be- In Rome workers in many
mier d the] factories, stopped 1
Ot nutes in pro
been te visit the atom bomb declaf&tio



—Reuter.

i

. ‘ Fhe 1
Senater Taft said: “‘Republicane |









are will.ng to dc iything neces-
sary to meet this dangerous ua
tion ‘Mummy, isn’t
“Republicans would support| {rudi and the
measure calculated to Fring Sin on a vlo
relief to hard-pressed United | | can’t 1
Nations forces in Korea,” Senator | ‘ ,

Taft added.—Reuter.



NEW YORK, Dec. 1
The Assembly decided to have
the U.N. Special Committee on
the Balkans keep watch on
Greece’s Northern border for
another year. This was
three Greek resolutions over-
whelmingly approved by
Assembly the other two
Eastern European
return Gre
from the





t et

Works

nW

ferjul :

huusemaid

ed

Dd. so

'
1 hed

U.N.S.C.O.B. TO KEEP WATCH —

BERLIN,
fightex
swept

Dec
Four

jet

¢tionality, low over

of un dentified

the)

It was doubtful whether |
there would be any play,



western sectors cf Berlin at mid- at all. When the first

lay today. American representa- day's play ended on Fri- }
| ives in the inter-Allied air secu- day A lia ll ou

. y Austra were allo

aéiy centre declared that the jets a
vere not American, according to for 228 runs in their first |
a German News Agency.—-Reuter. innings.

ON GREECE’S NORTHERN BORDER

to §

7)



vith

home
vote on

Committee

resolutior
appr

¢
4——U ith fi



keeping

Yugoslavia

the Bz





abstentions

Since all
viously
gth

three
been

easures



th

he National Political Commit
dispense

had ably decided to
th the general debate to sp
ffect largely nullified h
¢ lengtt ex atior



votes by various delegate



discussed
and approved it said t







One would have expected th? |
Assembly’s President to negoti-



ate with the Government for |
the repeal of death sentences |
issued by Military Courts. The|
other would have recommended |
general amnesty, the cessation }
of Americar and British |
‘military and political interven- |

tion in Greece” and the holdir




of “universal and free Parlia- |
mentary e ion the basis |
a portinal representat ¢ |
j

—Reuter. |

‘

BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY THE

BARBADOS BOTTLING CO., LTD.

Listen to the COCOA COLA NEWS over Radio Distribution every
evening. Monday through Saturday from 8—8.15 p.m

OF COCA COLA COMPANY BY





PAGE TWO



Caub Calling

NG COMMANDER L

I
W EGGLESFIELD,

General of Civil

A
Director
Aviation for the
British Caribbean Area returned
from Grenada by B.W.1.A. on
Thursday, accompanied by Capt
F. W. Farfan, Pilot of B.W.I.A
and Col. Kenneth Merrylees,
Senior Engineer of Sir Alexander
Gibb and Partner of the U.K

Capt. Farfan and Col
eft the same evening for Domini-
by the Lady Nelson and
Wing Commander Egglesfield is
expected to join them there early
next week

Christmas Dinner
BP pe war the Annual Christmas
Carol Service at the Mora-

vian Church in Roebuck St. a col-
lection will be made. Proceeds
will go to help give poor people
of the parish a Christmas dinner
The Service will take place on
Dec. 15th at 7.45 p.m

With B.0.A.C.

R. AND MKS. CAMFSELL

BUCHANAN left on Tuesday
afternoon by B.W.1.A._ intransit
for Jamaica Mi Buchanan is
Sales Representative of B.O.A.C,
in New York City. He is on his
way home.

Back From U.K. Visit
R. AND MRS. DONALD V.
SCOTT who left Barbados
on October 28th for the U.K. on
a short visit returned via Trinidad
yesterday morning by B.W.LA
On Holiday
RS. L, CHANG YIT of Trini-
dad who was in Barbados
for a holiday last year, returned
on Monday by B.W.1.A. for two
weeks, She was accompanied by
her two daughters, Edris and
Corinne and they are staying at
Indramer Guest House, Worthing.

Back Again

ACK

in Barbados for two
weeks’ holiday, is Mrs. Inez
Wilson of St, Vineent who

visited here on sever
She arrived on Thursday morning
by the Lady Nelson accom-
panied by her daughter Yvonne
who has come over for the first
time. They are both staying at
Indramer Guest House, Worthing.

Mrs, Wilson is the wife of the
ilanager of the Lyric Theatre in
Kingstown,

Civil Servant



PENDING two weeks’ holiday '

here in the interest of her
health is Miss Ione St. Helene, a
Civil Servant attached to the Sec-
retariat in St. Lucia. She arrived
on Tuesday by B.W.I.A. and is
staying at Indramer Guest House,
Worthing.
Formerly With CandW
M* FOSTER MACDONALD

who retired from Cable and

Wireless in British Guiana is now
Manager of the lumber yard of
Messrs Geo. Bennett Bryson &
Co. Ltd., in Antigua

Film Actor

MANY PEOPLE, Edric

Connor is best known as
a West Indian who went to Eng-
land to study engineering but
later took to singing He has
"ow proved his versatility in
another — direction When the
film, “CRY, THE BELOVED
COUNTRY” ir released, Connor
will be seen playing the part of
John Kumalo

Merrylees |

§ to the



MRS, C. L. BIGGS

Married In Canada
nC SHEILA JOHNSON of

Barbados and daughter Of the
late Mr. and Mrs, Arthur L.
Johnson was married on October
14th in Orillio, Ontario Canada to
Mr. Cecil L. Biggs, son of Mr, and
Mrs. George Biggs of Coldwater
Ontario,

Miss Enid Malone, daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Malone who
was in Ontario at the time of the
wedding was the Maid of Honour.
The honeymoon was spent at
Niagara Falls and the couple are
residing in Toronto.

Visited Home Town
ISS MARGO MARTIN who
is a teacher at Alice Ottley
School in Worcester is visiting
the Leeward islands after many
years. She spent some time in
her home town Plymouth, Mont-

serrat, where her family had
interests in the Cocoanut Hill
Hotel. She expects to be in Bar-

bados early in January to return
U.K. on the Gascogne.

Arrived Yesterday

RRIVING yesterday from

Trinidad by B.W.1LA., intran-
sit from the U.S: was Mr, Harold
C. Bishop, Special Representa-
tive of the Gulf Oil Corpn. Mr.
Bishop expects to be here for
about ten days and is staying at
the Ocean View Hotel.

Mr. HAROLD ©. BISHOP





| We are pleased to announce the arrival from England
of

Mr. GODFREY P. WATTS

English Horological and Watch Expert who
will be in charge of our Watch Repairing

Department.

ALFONSO DB. DE LIMA & CO.

Corner of Broad & McGregor Streets.

LADIES’

White, Black,
Silver, Green,

Gold,
Grey,



NEW FOR
THE FAIR



| CLARKE’S SHOES | Ladies

all INFANTS, CHILDS

Sizes

Red .



Your shoe Stores for “ARCOLA”
MANSFIELD & LILLEY&SKINNER dress shoes

. white . . Brown





REAL SCOTS

BISCUITS

baked in Bonnie Scotland
at the Sunshine Biscuit
Bakery, Glasgow, where
good biscuits have come
from for over 90° years.

Ask for these favourites to-day:

Bermaline (Digestive)

Empire Ginger Nut Rich Tea

WYLLIE,

Sole Agents :

ee

BARR
H. P. Cheesman &







Glacier Wafer
Cream (

SCRIBBANS—KEMP LTD.



Cream Sandwich) Shortcake
racker Tbin Wine (original
with
& ROSS LTD
Co, Ltd. P.O. Box 173 Bridgetown





f





* while Mr.

CANADIAN SHOES






Acting Manager

R. GERALD THOMAS whol font

Inter!

was recently appointed
accountant of Barclays Bank
Antigua is now acting Manager

A. Bates is on a few
leave
A Tribute

7 EGRO VICTORY”

wecks’

is

title of the official biogra- oa
m.

phy of the late Dr, Harold Moody,
founder and first President of
the League of Coloured Peoples
of London Thé author is the
Rev. David A. Vaughan, of
Camberwell Green Congregational
Church, who was a close friend
and minister of Dr. Moody. The
book tells of the struggles of Dr
Moody to achieve success and his
efforts to combat racial prejudice
by peaceful methods This is a
book which should be réaqd and
treasured by every West Indian

Warnings
EST-INDIAN-BORN Dr.
Arthur W. Lewis, Professor

of political economy at Manches-
ter University, is writing a series
of articles in the Sunday
Observer, His first article
describes and enumerates the
fectors which contribute to the
economic depression of a coun-
try. There are many warnings
in this article which should be
heeded by West Indian and other
Colonial economists,

Returning To B.G.
EAVING London for the West
Indies last week were Dr.
and Mis. Payne of British Guiana
and T. R. Martyshaw of the
Leeward Islands, Dr, Payne, who
is President of the Medical
Association in British Guiana, has
been holidaying in England dur-
ing the past six months,
Saturday, Dr, and Mrs. Wallen of
Trinidad, who have made their
home in England, staged a fare-
well party in honour of Dr, and
Mrs, Payne. Among the guests
were Dr. and Mrs, D. J. Dingwall
and other distinguished West
Indians,

Novelty For Mac
ON HIS WAY TO New Zealand

in a week or 80 is MacDonald
Bailey, who will be taking part,
with other front-rank athletes
from U.K., in the Centenary cele-
bration meetings at Christchurch
He hopes that some of the time in
the Antipodes will be spent in
Australia—when there’s a Test
match on! On the return journey
to U.K., Bailey is stopping off at
New York. There he hopes to
experience a novelty for him—-
indoor running é¢hampionships.
His main object in the New York
visit, however, is to study physical
instruction methods at Universities
and schools there,

On Record Now
T OUISE BENNETT Jamaican

author and singer, has made
her debut in another field. The
Melodise Gramophone Company
in London have recorded two of
her songs, The records are on vale
in London and have been used in
the B.B.C, Home Service, Louise
tells me that she hopes to make
some more records of Jamaican
songs in the near future.



TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

45 COLT REVOLVER
AS GOOD AS NEW
$25.00 ONLY

Police Licence necessary









MIRRORS
WE ieAoey
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
AND HARDWARE









623 7.62

ALL SHADES 84-10”

1.60,

1.67, 1.88

per pr.

CANADIAN STYLE HATS 5.60

EVANS and
WHITFIELDS



i

MANSION POLISH

MIN CREAM
JAXA POLISH

Last |

BARBADOS

Programme

B.B.C. Radio | Rupert

|

RDAY, DEC. 2, 1950
â„¢ Orchestra, 7.30 a.m
he thi Programme, 7.50 a.m

ie, 8.15 a.m. The music of Fred

dy Randal! and his band, 2.45 a.m. Goi

iN | onial p.m. Gat |
vs. Tranmere Rovers, 12.30 p.m Wee |
to differ, 1.00 p.m. Interlude, 1 idk

| Racing results, t
declare,
doesn’t know, 2.30 p.m
Us, 3.30 p.m
The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. Strik
the | the muste,





0 To

|

17, Spun thread. (4)

Down
1 What an unruly crowd here, (3)
2. Here you have a canopied shrine

BK



‘

|

t [his kind of turtie nas no ane
t

[4A

3 and 14 Down

5
7
18
2g
24. To draw or paint. (
25

4
6
7. Bewildering
8.
9

2
4. See 13 A *
i

Questions, 12.15

1.3 p.m Anythi
2.15 p.m What the Lom
Seas bet!
Sports Review, 4.10 m
6.00 p.m
Strict tempo dance
Australia vs
the bounty,

p.m
Pm

, 10.45 pm laymakers banc
â„¢m jal

Hear it again

CROSSWonD



Across

popula: compuser, (6)

ts this mn money maker tor tre
smallhotder ? (4)

the graduate the bre»
ration coupon means a clerk
(India. (4.

it may be worth While Ww try. |
It is nO anger tina
shows patient submission (1)'
Therefore nothing short. 1%)
Fidgety when youre this less. (4
To the sapper it’s watered sil«

(3)

) As noosed repes go this may br
the result of a trial, (6)

2 Existed. (3)

4)
This American is hal! British

(
16 See lv Down

)
3. Bitty short of a typewriter knob
(5)

(3)
find

. This age is cheap travel.
. Not as large seemingly. (6)
. Money you mee get or give.
situation to
yourself in, (4)
. River of double existence. (4)
. Pled yellow bird—humorous end

a
it remdily solved. (10)
cross. Sparkle. (5
. Foreign if it’s ex this. (4)
Not





., Xyster: . a
alf; 16, Axle: 17 ‘1

>,

: 14 aner; 15,
18, Ted: 20, Ope,

We undertake to repair all
kinds of Jewellery at reason-
able prices with delivery in
three days.

Our chief Jeweller

Mr. D. ARCHER

with 35 years experience
is at your service.

ALFONSC B. DELIMA & CO.

up
Listeners choice
music

England, 6.3¢
7.15 p.m

R of
> papeeny Bib ve
mary, 8.15 p.m. Do
yon rah 820 a, Theatre
p.m. w juagergent on Anthon

1

a

h-



CARDINAL POLISH

For Business or Leisure. .



7

|

10 = |
16. )

)

Dun, 7, Late: 8,
Tact; 18, Taxi;
ty . Racing
9, Lu :
8 tah

pt,

$

3

%

%

~

9

>

y

3

x

The ‘Double Two' collar-attached
shirt has a double life! When
the original collar wears out, it
can easily be replaced by a new
one, supplied with every shirt.
‘Double Two’ shirts are made
from fine fabrics in a wide range

of colours and designs.

Dut icy

SHIRT

with patented SPARE COLLAR

ebiainable at:

On Sale at C. F. HARRISON

& CO, (B’dos) LTD.
Agents—JAMES A. LYNCH
& CO., LTD,

START NOW TO RENEW

| YOUR HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS—

SILVER STAR CONGOLEUM Pe
A wide range of Patterns and Sizes

ALUMINIUM CURTAIN RODS & FITTINGS
PICTURE CORD & RINGS



THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
COTTON FACTORY LTD.





——..

ADVOCATE

. thon A,



jock wags his tail at Rupert and
hen he suddenly turns and runs
way at the sound of footsteps.
Next moment a little girl is looking
« Rupert with a puzzled frown.

“Oh, dear, I hope you don't mind
ne being here,"’ says Rupert ner-

vously. “Is this your garden? |
know | oughtn’t to be here, bur

’s Autumn Primrose



—24

7 |





i

|

|

Jock the Scottie turned up with |
primrose in his fur and | specially
wanted some primroses so | followec
hit.” He pauses and looks at her.

“T say,”” he adds, ** surely I've me: |

|

you ,
Quite-Contrary ? "
says the little girl, “* and no wonder
look

I'm contrary. Just
”

gar

a my

at

CLUB MORGAN —

and enjoy a delicious Steak or Southern Fried Chicken
Dinner

DANCE
To the Island’s peppiest swing music
DIAL 4000 FOR DINNER RESERVATIONS

Listen to the Cinb Morgan Hit Paraders at 8.15 on
Radio Distribution. /





EMPIRE

TO-DAY 445 & 8.30
and Continuing

20th C.-Fox presents ,

“WHERE THE
SIDEWALK ENDS”

Starring
Dana ANDREWS
Gene TIERNEY
MERRILL &
Bert FREED

Gary

TO-DAY & TOMORROW
4.30 & 8.15

Republic Big Double .

Allan “Rocky” LANE &
Eddy WALLER

“BANDIT KING OF
TEXAS”

AND

“POST OFFICE
INVESTIGATOR”

with

Warren DOUGLAS

Audrey LONG



—-— - = = -





——= =

ROYAL

TO-DAY & SUNDAY
4.30 & 8.30

Columbia Big Double .. .
Jerome COURTLAND &
Ruth WARRICK
in

“ MAKE BELEEY?
BALLROOM *

AND

“ BANDIT OF
EL DORADO”

|

with
Charles STARRETT &
Smiley BURNETTR

OLYMPIC
TO-DAY to MONDAY
4.30 & 8.15

Columbia Smashing Double
Joyce REYNOLD &
toss FORD
in

“GIRLS SCHOOL”
AND

“TYRANT OF THE
SEA”

with
Rhys WILLIAMS
Ron RANDELL

ely





———————

DECEMBER 2. 1950

SATURDAY,











your Entertainment whiie
you Dine

THE CHINA DOLL RESTAURANT

NO. 6 MARHILL STREET
PRESENTS A RECORDEV PROGRAM
TO-NITE From 8 p.m. = 10 p.m.

featuring
The Hot Shot and Bermuda Orchestras
The Crooners—Rod Clavary and Harewood
and The Scintillating Calypsoes of
LORD COFFEE

Dial 4730 for Reservations

eel
AQUATIC CLUB CENEMA (Members Only)

MATINEE: TO-DAY at 5 p.m.
TONIGHT to TUESDAY NIGHT at 8.30
“HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN”
Starring Sette Davis, Dane Clark, Joan Crawford, Ida Lupino,
John Garfield, Paul Henreid
and many other well known Stars.
A Warner Bros. Picture

| For











Special Matinee : This Mornirig at 9.30
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello
“MEXICAN HAYRIDE”



in



=~

PLAZA Theatre—sRIDGETOWN

Warner's New Smash Hit!





| Joan CRAWFORD in FLAMINGO ROAD”

with Zachary Scott, Sidney Greenstreet, David Brian

NOW PLAYING 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. & Continuing



Two Special Shows TO-DAY 9.30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m.

Duncan Reynaldo as &

PLAZA Theatre = OISTIN

“GAY CAVALIER” “TRAIL TO MEXICO”







| TO-DAY 5 and ¥.30 p.m. (Monogram Double)
| Jol Mack Brown it Jimmy Wakely in
“CROSSED TRAILS” “TRAIL TO MEXICO”
| MIDNITE Show TO-NITE. Big RKO Action Doubie!
George O'Brien (in both)
{ “BORDER G-MAN” & “TIMBER STAMPEDE”
iS Soe a SUNDAY & MONDAY 5 and 8.30 p.m, 5
“PARTNERS OF THE TRAIL” & “CISCO KID RETURNS









;, VAEETY

|

(The Garden) ST. JAMES

Tames Oliver Curwood's
“WOLF HUNTERS”

TO-DAY

&

8.30 pom,

Duncan Reynaldo as Cisco Kid
with Kirby Grant and the “IN OLD NEW MEXICO”
Wonder Dog “Chinook”



SUNDAY & MONDAY 8.30 p.m. Matinee SUN 5 p.m,

rown in

Johnny Mack
IR ss”

Leo Gorcey & Bowery Boys in
“HARD BOILED MAHONEY” “PRAIRIE E



GLOBE
TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p m. TOMORROW 8.30 Only









| e by JOEL NE» Directed by FREDERICK De CONDOVA

f J by JULES SCHERMER + A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE
| Extra! Extra !
{ TOMMY DORSEY and His Orchestra







OUR 1ST ANNIVERSARY.
DEC. 3rd 1949 GLOBE DEC. 3rd 1950

‘One Glorious

Outstanding
SHOWS

STAGE

Local Talent on Parade

All Star Talent Nite
Super Star Nite
Kiddies Carnival
The Jovial Choir

Music in the Meanwell

Manner

Jitterbug and Jive Contests

Jam Sessions
Keyboard Cocktails

B’dos All Star Orchestra
Three in One Contests

Now For Now Talent
Stop The Music

Jeffrey’s Beer Varieties

Treasure Nites

Heineken’s Beer Nites
Trinidad Calypsonians
Foolish Heart Song Contest

THE THEATRE
Outsta

Pierre Blondini

(The Magician)

The Hot Shots
Andres Dalmau

Landy De Mont

Ray Nunes (Cre
The South Am
ette

The Bermuda C
Cedric Phillips
Miss Nell Hall

and such outstanding FILMS as <-
HAMLET—ROSEANNA McCOY

Mrs. Stuart’s Cabaret and MIGH
Mannequin Parade

Judy Graham's Caribbean
Revelry. i EAST

AND TO START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT...

FLASH GORDON

STARTING

MONDAY,

Ow Thanks go out to Mr. Clevie Gittens and his orchestra and Messrs Morris Gay and
Kenneth Mason and the several persons who volunteered to be judges on our TALENT SHOWS.



(A serial with thirte

DECEMBER 4, TO

ARTISTES

Coco-Te and Calypso Joe

Rod Clavary (Croone-)

A DATE WITH JUDY—MY DREAM IS YOURS se

Year of Movie Joy’

THAT GAVE
nding

YOU =j
Outstanding

DISCOVERIES

The Milton Quartette
The Jubileers Quartette
Leroy (9-year-old Trumpeter)

Fautleroy (9-year-old Calyp-
sonian)

Fitz Harewood (Glob’s Super-
Star Crooner)

Evans Bascombe
Trevor Marshall

Eddy Hall
Reg. Casey
Clayton Thompson

Orchestra
(Violinist)

brun

yoner)
erican Quint-

Irchestra

TY JOE YOUNG—MY FOOLISH HEART

SIDE WEST SIDE—BLACK NARCISSUS

en thrilling chapters).

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7TH



SATURDAY, DECEMBER

2. 1950





Attacked by the Right
for being too Lefe,



ACCEL

_ THE



Attacked by the Left fer
being too Right.



Whole School
Uses Daily In
Class Work

BARTOW, Fia.
All 454 pupils in the Bartow

High School are studying the
Tampa Tribune
Principal Vernon Dozier told}

teachers he thought it was a shame
so few high school pupils were
interested in the newspapers.
“The boys read the sports page,
the girls look at the society pages,
and that is about all they read,
with the exception of the fun-|
nies,” he said.

Mr. Dozier said he thought
newspaper reading should be!
taught in the elementary grades,
from probably the fifth and sixth}
grades. In the upper high school}
grades, he told his teachers, pupils)
should be able to read a news-
paper wifh a good deal of intelli-|
gence and to distinguish between
propaganda and honest news. |

He said the Tribune was chosen |
“because we like it’, Other news-|
papers will be studied later, he
said.

The youngsters read the paper
and then discuss the day’s news.

Twelfth grade pupils are going
into their} study a little more
deeply than the others. For ex-
ample, they are looking for propa-
ganda in Russia’s new “peace
bid”. te

Others are studying advertising,
taking the newspapers home with
them and discussing what

buy from the ads.



3 Arrive Dee. 15
To Reform B.G.’s
Constitution

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Nov. 28.
The three-man Commission to
leok into British Guiana’s Consti-
tution reform will arrive at
Georgetown on December 15, says
a telegram received by the Gov-

for the Colonies. _The Commis-
sion consist of Sir John Wadding-
ton as Chairman, Professor Har-
low and Dr. Rita Hinden.

Sir John was a former Colonial ,

Secretary of British Guiana and
Governor of Barbados. Professor
Harlow already visited British
Guiana, and Dr. Hinden is a
member of the Colonial Economic
and Development Council, and
of the Colonial Labour Advisory
Committee.

UNION ASKS FOR 4
WEEKS XMAS BONUS

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Nov. 28
The Municipal Labour Trade
Union has forwarded to the City
Council a request that employees
be given four weeks wages as a
Christmas bonus. The application
was favourably received in prin-
ciple by the Council, but has
been referred to the Accounts



they |
and their parents would like to|

——~s

| Sch



Committee who will report
whether or not thé Council has
the money to spare.

Have You Remembered To
Revise Your Insurances?

Cost of building and property values continue

For your



HARBOUR LOG

In Carlisle Bay

Sch. Anita H., M.V
Precise, Yacht Tern IL{,
Sch. Molly N. Jones,
Sch. W. L. Eunicia, Sch. Zita Wonita,
Sch. Gloria Henrietta, Sch. Rosarene,
Frances W. Smith, Sch. Mary M.
Lewis, M.V. C. L. M. Tannis, Sch. Phyl-
lis Mark, M.V. Lady Joy, Sch. Enter-
prise, S Sch, Gardenia W. Sch. Ada-

Sch. Laudailpha,
Blue Star, M.V
Yacht Axelle,





lina

DEPARTURES
M.V. Cc. L. M. Tannis,
Capt. Tannis, for Grenada
Schooner W, L. Eunicia,

41 tons net

38 tons net,

Capt. Joseph, for Dominica
Schooner Phyllis Mark, 58 tons net,
Capt. MecQuilkin, for St. Lucia

In Touch with Barbados
Coastal Station

Cable and Wireless \ West Indies) Lid
advise that they can now communicate
with the foliowing ships through their
Barbados Coast Station

S.S. Cavina, Colombie, Alcoa Pegasus,
Goheo, Maria De Larrinaga, Philosopher,
Atheistane, Victoria, Dieppe, Bali, Fyl-
gia, Regent, Pioneergian, Hecuba, Byf-
jord, Meline Fort Townshend, Tug!
Dragon, Europe, Oranjestad, Manoeran,
Southern Counties, Lady Nelson

Seawell







ARRIVALS—By B.W.1.A.L
From Trinidad:

Enid Bailey, Clyde Bailey, Annette
Bailey, Ingrid Bailey, Richard Bai y,
Doris Spencer, Henry Spencer, Doris
Kewley, Frederick Kewley, Margaret
Chung, Stanley Chung, Gloria Chung,
Kavreelis Van Westen, Albert Catlin,

Narian Chase, Carlton Duncan, George
Collymore, Donald Scott, Emily Scott,
Joseph Seales, Kenneth Spencer, Groves
Stoker, Reinhold Fusser, Harold Bishop,
Norman Marshail, George Drummond.
Patrick Wallbridge

From British Guiana:

I. Fernandes, Y. Fernandes, B



Fer-

nandes, V. Fernandes, N. Fernandes, G
Fernandes, B, Willems, Y. Willems, B.
Willems, David King: H. G Seaford, I

Trafquada, N, Tranquada, A
Yvonne Fernandes, (Infant)
From Maiquetia

Jose L Lloret, Helen B. Wheeler,
Rosemary J. Wheeler, Jennifer Wheeler

Tranquada,

| From St. Lucia:
Henry Laurie, Beryl Laurie, Williem
Grace, Dunean Shuttleworth.

From Grenada:

Kenneth Merrylees, Capt. F
fan, W/Cmdr
From Antigua:

Canon Herbert Hutchinson, Grace Hill,
Patricia Hijl
From St, Kitts

Nora Adamson.

DEPARTURES—By B.W.I.A.L.

Ww
Lawrence Egglesfield

Far-

For Trinidad:
Winston Abraham, Phyllis Abraham,
Anthony Abraham, Brian Abraham,

{ Mary Milne, James Milne, Thelma Milne,
ernor from the Secretary of State

(Nellie Fleming, Kaye Foster, Peter Fos-
ter, Michael Foster, Elsie Foster, Arthur
Foster, Adsulin Glaude,
For Grenada:

Orrie McSween, Dr. Edgar McSween,
Norman Boyd, Genivieve Dalton, Joseph
Clyne, Ralph Murray, Thomas Towers

MAIL NOTICES

wails for United Kingdom by the S.S
Golfito will be closed at the General
Post Office as under:

PARCEL MAIL at 2
December, 1950

REGISTERED MAIL at 12 noon on the
6th December, 1950

ORDINARY MAIL at 4 p.m
6th December, 1950.

The public ig advised to use this op-

p.m. on the Sth

on the



portunity for Xmas mail to the U.K
Mails for Martinique, Antigua, St
Kitts, St, Thomas V. I., New York by

the 8.8, Fort Townshend will be closed
at the General Post Office as under:

PARCEL MAIL at 12 noon on the 6th
December, 1950



REGISTERED MAIL at 2.30 p.m, on
the 6th December,

ORDINARY MAIL 3 p.m. on the
6th December, 1950

The public is advised to use this op-
portunity for Xmas mail to St. Thomas

& U.S.A

Mails for Br. Guiana by the Sch
Frances W. Smith will be closed at the
General Post Office as under:

PARCEL, REGISTERED & ORDINARY
are at 10.15 a.m. on the 2nd Decem-
ver, 1950

TROU



CUMMINGS

tt examines

‘af sepport from wnexpected
quarters,

CEEUEED EUCLA E r =

BLE WITH MR. BEVIN



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Ce





His hand that fed
them being bitten.

Subjected to outrageous
misre presentation,

Even his friends present problems such as...



Having

characters...



Baldwin On
Emigration

WRITING in the Sunday Pic-!
ex-Gov- |

torial, Oliver Baldwin,
ernor of the Leeward Islands has
criticised Colonial Development
in the West Indies. He alleges
that acres of sugar land are lying
idle in the West Indies while the
people in Britain still find their

sugar rationed. There is money j
to be made in the West Indies,
says Lord Baldwih, by people

with a little capital who are pre-
pared to start pottery, woodwork-
ing, and concrete building blocks,

and larger still poultry farming.
In Lord Baldwin's opinion over-
population is still the greatest

West Indian problem. To solve
this, he has advocated emigration
to Liberia and Florida.

The Royal Bank
Of Canada

Barbados,

RATES OF EXCHANGE
Closing Rates



Bridgetown, BW.



December 1, 1950
LONDON
Selling Buying
4.8125 90 Days Sight 4.7225
4.8175 60 e » =4.7375
4.8225 16/30 ,, » 4.7550
4s ,, 4.7625
Ys » » 477
4.8240
(Min, 24¢.) Sight 4.7750
(Min. 2/-)
4.8240
(Min, $1.) Cable 4.7790
Coupons 4.70
4.8240 2 (Min 1/-)
(Min, 12c.) Bank o: ng
land Notes
ae YORK
72 4/10 r. on
or ¥ Monies 70 6/10% pr.
Sight or De-
mand Drafts 70 4/10% pr.
72 4/10% pr. Cable
71% pr. Currency 69% pr.
Coupons 68 4/10% pr.
50% pr. Silver 20% opr.
CANADA
(including Newfoundland)
64.6% pr. Cheques on
Bankers 62.6% pr.
Demand
Drafts 62.45¢ pr
Sight Drafts 62.20% pr
64.6% pr. Cable
63.1% pr Currency 61.1% pr.
Coupons 60.4% pr
PARIS
Demand
BAHAMAS
482,50 Demand 477.50
INTEB-COLONIAL a
Ya%e pr. Demand 2% disc
(Min. 25¢ (Min, 25c))
Wr pr is Cable
(Min. 50c.)
pons 1%% dise.
i's Min. 25c.
JAMAICA
481.255 pr. 477.5
(Min. 25c.) Demand (Min. 25¢.)

481.25% _ pr.
(fin. 80c.) Cable

The above Rates are subject to chanse
without notice.



to rise

INCREASES and NEW INSURANCES

CONSULT

AGENTS FOR

LONDON.



A.S. BRYDEN & SONS

(Barbados) LTD.

National Employers’ Mutual General

Insurance Association, Ltd.

to consort with





Egyptian
sabre-rattlers.
London Express Service

disreputable . And fearsome



ec
ace x Queen

SSO:

?










qycHLANG
QUEEN

{ cot C H WH 1Sky ¥)

Ye , ‘

\ allel rtbliwar dig
ge i ry 1H

lhis sovercign Whisky possesses that
distinetion o favour which will claim

your allegiance from the first sip,

HIGHLAND
QUEEN

SCOTCH WHISKY

fi SCOTLAND

Sole Imp

rlers

W.S.MONROE& CO.,LTD.
Bridgetown, Barbados.

MACDONALD LID, DISTILLERS, LEITH, SGOTLAND.

ne

CORK TIPPED

he,

A cigarette

perfect freshness wherever

CRAVEN ‘A? are bought. rare (j lla ' j ty

The largest-selling Cork-Vipped Cigarette in the World

IMPORTED FROM LONDON, ENGLAND

——

Quality is the sum
of little skill
in blending —added care

things — extra









in packing —i ence on





MYNAH

BRAND
For those who
enjoy good Tea

Grown, Blended and Packaged
in Ceylon,

"

A combination of




Quality and Economy

MYNAH TEA

is obtainable at all Stores

E OUNCE «5:6 405
2 ounce

} pound
pound



High Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Women

Twice a8 Many women as men suf-
fer from High Biood Pressure, which
is & mystertous disease that starts
about the time of Change of Life and
is Che real cause of much heart trouble
and later on of paralytic strokes. Com-
mon symptom of High Blood Pres-
sure are. Nervousness, headaches at
top and back of head and above eyes,
pressure in heed, dizziness, short
breath, pains im heart, palpitation,
pe sleep, losa ot memory and energy,
easily excited, fear and worry. If you
suffer any of these symptoms, don't
treatment a single day, because
fe may be in danger. Noxeco
vecly Known aa Hynox), a new
al discovery, reduces High Blood
‘sure with the first dose, takes a
heavy load off the heart, and makes
you (eel years younger in a few daya.
Get Noxce from your chemist today,
it is guaranteed to make you feel
and strong or money back, >












POMADE as your HAIR dress-

ing. It straightens the hair, and
vids the sealp of dandruff, USE
RAZOL Pomade as directed, and
you get startling results, without
distressing your pocket.
Distributors ;

THE BORNN BAY RUM CO.



ee LLLP POPP FSIOSSOOIOOO

JUST RECEIVED

-



THERMOS VACUUM
JARS

Wide Mouth
& Pint & 2 Pint

Also
REFILLS
for 8 Pint & 4 Pint

SOLA ALLL OAD BOO



C. CARLTON BROWNE

Wholesale & Retail Druggist
186, Reebuck St. Dial 2813

LES SSE CLAS ABEL

SOC AA PPFD OLDS ESP PAPAS PF FF SS 2







Pkas. Pie
Bots, Cherric
Prune
Raisin
Currant
Mixed
leliug
na Cream
Table

Peel
Sugar
Milk
Butter
le Butter



ine Pears
Tins Apples
Tins Cheese
Tins

per + Ib

Nescate
Ti

Peanut
Peanuts per Ib
And our famo xxx and xxXxKxXx
\
}
}

RUM

STUART & SAMPSON
LID.

Headquarters for Best Rum.

|
|
|
|

SEE US FOR





! a a mmrmsarrenmrero—

LOVELY





1ACOD 4 con
‘ PE ms
Sean E TO



aoe



rrr Pan



PAGE

rHREE.

























handy, ag
VICKS INHALER

Just a few whiffs of the
effective medication in this
handy Inhaler and your nose
feels clearer in seconds ...
whether it’s stopped-up by a
cold, by dust or bad air.








So convenient... you can slip it
into your pocket or nentoog. fe's
darely the size of your little finger!
Use it anytime















. anywhere.

Prcay Cummins
says to you:

“It's wonderful the way Lux
Toilet Soap leaves skin softer,
smoother, I always use Lux
Toilet Soap — it feels like
smoothing beauty in.”

You can use the same beauty care as
lovely Peggy Cummins, Simply wash
in warm water with the fragrant,
creamy lather of Lux Toilet Soap,
then rinse with cold. Pure white

Lux Toilet Soap brings out the natural
loveliness of your complexion, leaves
your skin feeling fresh, looking

so radiantly soft and smooth,

LUX
TOILET SOAP,

THE FRAGRANT WHITE SOAP OF THE FILM STARS

a LEVER propvor



GIFTS

SAYS SANTA

Assortments

i
)
a t {





Saturday, December 2, 1950

CRISIS

NOBODY who loves Barbados and is in-
terested in its future prosperity can view
with satisfaction the daily condition of
Bridgetown. Yesterday this newspaper
a competition which it has been
running in an effort to arouse the public
the practices
which prevail in the City’s main streets
under the publie’s gaze.



closed

conscience to disgusting

The gutters of Bridgetown by four o’clock
every day are chock-full with litter, fruit
skins, and refuse of all kinds. Even the
texture of the road itself is often polluted
with the droppings of animals. In the
alleyways of the city, men and women per-
form duties which in other cities are nor-
mally performed in urinals and lavatories.
Sridgetown is a disgrace to the conimunity
and it must be cleaned up unless this
island’s good name is to becorne mud
throughout the British Caribbean.

The people of Barbados have grown so
accustomed to drawing on the credit of
good sea bathing and a wonderful climate
that they are still unaware of how far
Bridgetown lags behind all other cities of
the British Caribbean.

They have allowed many of the island’s
beauty spots to be built upon without
thought or planning; they have, in spite of
spending so high a proportion of public
money on schools and education failed to
train a population in the first principles of
sanitation; and to-day Bridgetown is the
ugliest and dirtiest of the capitals of the
British Caribbean,

The people of Barbados have long held
the palm for an insularity of mind parallel
with the attitude of England to Europe and
influenced no doubt by a slavish imitation
of all things English. Fortunately for
England the people and government of
the United Kingdom have for many years
been appalled by the hideous growth of
English cities and towns and have for
many generations past taken steps to pre-
vent the cult of ugliness becoming the
State religion.

Trinidad has benefited from that change
of heart in England, due paradoxically to
the fact that Trinidad has enjoyed a less
liberal constitution which permitted the
Governor and officials of the Trinidad gov-
ernment to do things in the interests of
the Country’s development. Barbados on
the other hand has tied its Governors’ hands
so tightly and is so dependent on the slow
growth of local public opinion that not

even the most brilliant governors nor far-
seeing officials -have been able to take steps

which were in advance of Barbadian
publie opinion,

To-day the sad condition of Bridgetown
with its filthy gutters, its rambling over-
crowded streets, its antiquated shop fronts
are evidence enough of the loss that the
island has sustained, because Barbadians
have been more concerned with squeezing
the last drop of profit from their inheritance
than giving a thought to the kind of island
that is being left for their children to live
in.

Roads that used to abound in trees and
gardens are being built up throughout the
island on a scale that may well shut out the
sight of the sea except in a dwindling num-
ber of protected places.

Barbados to-day faces a crisis. It has no
town planning department and its police
and sanitary commissioners seem to be
powerless to maintain the ‘streets of the
City at even a minimum level of clean-
liness.

There is no need to go outside the Carib-
bean area to see what can be done, George-
town which is the best planned and best
regulated city in the South Caribbean will
provide all the answers. And a visit to
Port-of-Spain will show what can be done
when government takes effective action in
the interests of the community.

And if these cities are thought to be too
big by comparison, then Kingstown in St.
Vincent and St. Georges in Grenada can
both give useful suggestions to an island
whose main city of Bridgetown has already
earned a name and a reputation which
augurs ill for our continued health and

prosperity.



Our Readers Say:



Kensington New Road

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—We the undersigned,

owners and residents of the mud-

hole known as Kensington New

acquire the





the Government (and care about
cleanliness and good health, and
not filth and germs and mosqui-
toes by the thousand breeding in
water one to three feet deep all
round and under the houses and
which takes six to seven days to
dry off) take immediate steps to
said

ADVOGATE | Man Who Took Laski’s Job Attacks The Communists
[= oe ee

- BARBADOS

ADVOCATE

At the London School of Economics, a new professor occupies the chair of poli-

tical science formerly held by Left Wing propagandist Harold Laski’ His name:
Michael Oakeshott. In this article he examines @ new book which gives an

American's answer to the question: Can we halt Russia without war?

Stalin’s Four Weak

To be clear-sighted in one’s at-
titude to Communism is difficuli
alike for the believer and for the
opponent.

The believer adheres to a theory
and a political programme, the
one often obscure except to the
eye of faith, the other dynamic
but suicidal except for the few
who may come out on top; and
in spite of the constant efforts
of acute thinkers, the theory and
the programme are always on the
point of falling apart.

The opponent, on the other
hand, if he is to be clear-sighted,
needs to know exactly what he
is opposing; and this is difficult
for an Englishman or an Ameri-
can, though it is not all difficult
for an enslaved Czech or a Pole.

It is easier for us to be either
hysterical about Communism, or
(like the BBC) to be ridiculously
naive.

Mr, James Burnham, a distin-
guished American writer on poli-
tices, has written a book* which,
if it does nothing else, should
help us to understand the precise
threat to our way of life whicn
is comprehensively indicated in
the word “Communism”,

Subterfuge

Up to about 1939 it was possi-
ble to become and be a Commu-
nist in this country from a variety
of motives, none of them entirely
foolish or deplorable.

The Russian Revolution, like
the French could appear as the
dawn of a glad day. And in the
time of Hitler’s rise or the Span-
ish Civil War one, might join the
party out of the generous impulse
to side with the down-trodden;
though many who did so were
quickly revolted by the crooked
thinking and _ subterfuge which
comprised its theory and practice.

This situation belongs to the
past,

The “intellectual” or the “emo-
tional’ Communist continues to
exist, but what was once gen-
erosity has regenerated into sen-
timentality, and the demand for
self-deception increases every
year, This “Communism,” how-
ever, cannot be counted = any
greater menace than a hundred
other pieces of foolishness.

“Communism” now is seen to
stand for something else; it
stands for the subjugation of the
world, including the peoples of
Russia to the oligarchy which
rules in Moscow,

The Communists who are sig-
nificant are those who comprise
this oligarchy and its agents all
over the world and (in those
places which are subject to the
immediate pressure of Russian
armed power) those who from
fear or an eye to the main chance

wish to be before-hand in their
allegiance to their supposed fu-
ture masters.

The Tyrants

To join the party is now to side

with the tyrants,

In short, “Communism” is a
menace because it represents
Russian imperialism,

The House

IT was singularly inappropriate
and outside the province of the
House to allow the Leader of the
Barbados Labour Party to deny,
on the floor of the House, allega-
tions made against his party. The
statements of a columnist in the
| Press has no place in the proceed-
ings of the House and the honour-
able gentleman who was respons-
ible for making that statement
cannot say that he did not unduly
impose on the indulgence of the
House even if he did not infringe
its rules. When I wrote of the in-
tention of the Labour Party to ex-
tend their period of power, I pre-
dicted that “they might be able
to clear themselves of the accusa-
tion of playing for time at the
expense of the highest indiscre-
tion,”

They have now committed that
indiscretion, .
In attempting to answer the

charge against his party, the
Leader could not help dragging
down others with m and it

seemed that the Leader of the
Opposition failed to answer him
omppapriately: The Electors’ As-
sol on has no newspaper nor
official scribe, according to Mr.
Wilkinson. Happily I am not a
member of the Association or I
would have insisted that as Mr.
Adams asked for an. answer he
should have had one, Even if the
Association had a newspaper, they
are entitled to it. They have h
cause to uphold and the columns
of the Press are today the most
} effective means of communication
‘of ideas. The Labour Party know
this and attach so much import-

F, A. Marshall

D. A. Marshall;

mudhole and L. B.

see if it is beyond his powers to
get anything done about it.

H. E. Andrews; G. Greenidge,
(Jnr.); Violet Gibbs; D. Haynes;
L. King; D. Marshall; L. Chase;

Greenidge; M.

Points

By Michael Oakeshott

And one does not need to be
hysterical, the victim of a scare,
or to be heedless of other threats,
in order to see this as a significant
threat to what we regard as a
civilised way of living.

In recent years several writers
have come forward to advise the
government of the U.S.A. on its
policy in relation to Russia, and
certainly Mr. Burnham is more
level-headed than mast,

His criticism ef present Ameri-

ean policy is that it is purely
defensive and that it lacks
precision,

Great energy is now being dis-
played in military preparations to
avoid defeat in a war with Russia,
but he thinks that less is being
done than might be done to defeat
Russian imperialist designs with-
out a war, *

There is the Voice of America
and there is the Marshall Plan,
but the precise objectives of the





Opponents of Russian imperial-
ism are not clearly thought out,
and the readiest and most
economical means are not being
made use of,

There are some people (mostly
Americans) who see the objec-
tive as the establishment of what
they call a world democratic
order; the only defeat of Russian
Communism ‘they recognise is
the substitution for it of a political
ideology of their own.

_Mr. Burnham does not take this
view. “Democracy” for him is a
matter of degree. And we do not
have to be confident that we pos-
sess the best possible institutions
in order to oppose Russian Com-

munism, all we need to know is
that Russian Communism is a



By Sagittarius

ance to it that they maintain an
official organ even although it does
not boast of being a newspaper.
Mr. Adams ought to have been
told that in the absence of a news-
paper the Association was entitled
to have their cause espoused and
by someoné who can put their case
to the public. When that is done,
then the electorate will be able to
judge who is the “villain of the
piece.”

He could not help indulging in
the pleasant pastime of passing
the buck. It was nt the fault of
his Party that the necessary legis-
lation had not been passed, It was
the fault of the Acting Attorney
General who was still drafting
the details of the measure. This
is an instance of what the future
responsibility of members of the
House who are ministers will be.
It is easy to blame the civil ser-
vant who must in any case do the
work and suffer criticism in
silence,

In this challenge to the Associa-
tion the Leader of the Labour
Party exposed his own hide. That
Party as I have already declared
would deny anyone besides their
minions the right of expression, It
is typical of the man who brand-
ishes correspondence between a
private company and the Govern-
ment in the House, refuses to
show members of the House, but
asks them to pass a_ punitive
measure such as a bill to take
away the equipment of the British

that I had been
stand that the
themselves were
as to the correct

H. R. Sisnett

N. F. Marshall;
S. Pipra-



December Ist, is incorrect. What
I actually said was to the effect

the particular section under dis-
cussion (Section 9), and that they
(the Wages Board) had asked

threat to much of what we valuc

supremely. y
Consequently, our objective
must be precisely to remove tha
menace. and to remove it with
out a war.

And since the menace must
remain so long as the present
oligarchy is in power in Russia

our aim must be to assist in over-
throwing that oligarchy by work-
ing upon the weaknesses of the
regime.

The present Russian Empire
though strong, suffers from four
principal weaknesses.

The great masses of the Rus-
sian people are themselves thc
mentally and physically enslaved
victims of thew government, ne
one of-the satellite peoples com
posing the empire is “reliable”
the Russian government must sus-
tain a rhythm of conquest or con-
fessvitself defeated; and there is
always the liability to the sort ot
defection now Known as Titoism

The Attack

In a series of chapters, the bes\
of which is called the “propa-
ganda attack”, Mr. Burnham ex-
«mines what he believes to be
the best ways of working on thes:
weaknesses,

He does not suppose that the
Russian oligarchy can be over-
thrown by a spontaneous revolt
~-ihe crack must come fron
within the party. His airg is te
enlist every possible ally inside
and outside Russia, and his advicc
is to be unrelenting and absolute-
ly consistent in,our opposition t
the oligarchy.

He considers that we are unduly
vervous of provoking Russia to :;
shooting war. And since his objec
is not to destroy either Russia or
“Communism”, but remove the
menace of Russian imperialism,
he sees the greatest hope in Tito
ista—Communist-—inspired defec-
tions within the Russian empire

As a_ political prophet Mr
Birnham has not been remark-
ébly successful in the past: ,ho

has often shown a tendency to
believe that things must go on in
the way they seemed to be going
when he took a look at them,

Listen To Him!

The significance of his book,
dees not, however, lie in its as-
sessment of the future intentions
of Russian policy, but in its
exploration of the most economi-
col and most effective methods
of defeating mainifest Russian
imperialist activities.

Some people (but without much
justification) wil] think that he
exaggerates the menace, but what
makes him a writer worth listen-
ing to is his great knowledge of
the theory and practice of Com-
munism and the fact that he
cannot be mistaken for a mere
spokesman of American imperial-
ism,

*The Coming defeat of Commun-
ism, by James Burnham
(Cape, 12s. 6d.)

WORLD COPYRIGHT

RESERVED
—L.E.S,

Or The Press?

Union Oil Company. And they did.

The burden of’ saving this coun-
try from the effects of this blunder
now rests with the Legislative
Council; that body which Mr.
Adams would wipe from the face
of the earth,

Running true to form, the
Leader denied that any decision
had been taken or that any dis-
cussion had taken place. But this
Was not enough, the Master of the
“Masters of this country” was
speaking: “It was not even in the
minds of the members of the Gov-
ernment”. If it had been in their
minds he would have known, for
could there be anything in their
simple minds which had not al-
ready seeped through the mind of
the Master?

Twice within recent weeks the
Leader of the House has taken
upon himself to crave the indulg-
ence of the House to make ex-
planations which he should pro-
perly have made in the columns of
the Press, It is hardly fair to the
presiding members, either the
Deputy Speaker or the Speaker
himself. who are both subordin-
ate members of the Party and who
might experience some diffidence
in ruling against the motion if the
subject matter is not of the busi-
ness of the House. It might be
even more difficult for Mr, Speak-
er to order that the discussion be
expunged from the records of the
House, but this conduct should
not be permitted to escape
some severe marks of displeasure.
It is conduct which can only pass
without censure when it passes
without notice.

-

= -



a.m.
given to under-

Wages Board
in some doubt
interpretation of

decided to

them to get to the store by 8.00

Under the circumstances I have
continue with
present close shop hour of 11 to
12 and have informed the parties
responsible for the move to change
the breakfast period.

125 Years

BARBADOS has for many years been
{served by institutions and organisations
which caver to public need in several ways.
One such organisation is the Committee of
| Ladies responsible for the Home for the In-
digent Sick and Infirm. It draws its revenue,
apart from private subscriptions, from the
funds of the Annual Bazaar.
To-day the Bazaar takes place at the Drill
| Hall for the 125th time.
| It was in September 1826 that a Commit-
| tee was formed to look after ladies who need-
ed succour either because of advanced age
or straitened circumstances. With them it
| was a labour of love and in the intervening
years the organisation has grown to the pro-
portions which now enable it to maintain
an institution which is a credit to this island.

One hundred and twenty-five years ago
social welfare was not regarded as public ser-
vice fit for recognition in the New Year or
Birthday Honours list; but there were people
imbued with a high sense of responsibility and
who realised that it was their duty to contri-
bute to the welfare of those less fortunate
than themselves, This was the spirit which in-
spired the founders of the original Commit-
tee in 1826; this is the spirit which animates
the Committee who now maintain the Home
for the Indigent Sick and Infirm.



But an institution such as this could not
have been maintained at its present standard
without generous public support and en-
couragement. It would have been impossi-
ble without this for this island to maintain
so many charitable institutions and organisa-
tions which minister to the needs of the poor.
The list of charitable institutions is long and
need not be repeated here but they spring
to mind. And the thousands spent on their
upkeep is no small proportion of the expen-
diture of public funds in this island.

There may be other circumstances for de-
traction in Barbados but charity organised

and indiscriminate, has been an outstanding
trait in the average Barbadian. Gifts of
coin and kind are easily available to those

in need. It is on this that the Annual Bazaar
thrives,

From its inception this function has been
held at some convenient place on the first
Saturday in December and this year there
will be no exception to the rule. But the

Bazaar is more than an occasion for the
collection of funds for the Home. There
have been occasions in the past when
excellent entertainment has been pro-
| vided. Artistes of class have offered their

services to the organisers of the Bazaar and
apart from the games for the “kiddies” en-
tertainment of fine quality has been pro-
vided. The aim of the Committee this year
has been to provide entertainment of the
same quality.

It is fitting that the Annual Bazaar should
usher in the festive season. It has always

set a standard, which even with more lavish
provision at the Exhibition and Fairs which
follow, has been difficult to surpass. The
reason is not difficult to see. Those who
support the Bazaar should not merely be
asked to contribute to its funds without re-
ceiving something in return; and the organ-
isers have succeeded in giving, on behalf
of the Ladies of the Home, something which
would make the Bazaar a function worthy
of support and attention,

The 1950 Bazaar promises to be equal to
any of its predecessors and a public which
has supported less laudable causes should
do no less than it has done in the past; sup-
port the Bazaar to the full.

It is a function indicating a high sense of
civic responsibility and giving the requisite
lead to organised charity in this island,

40,000,000 Man - Hours

A CAMPAIGN is being launched through-
out Britain this month to reduce the number
of industrial workers losing time with colds
and influenza.

Managements of 15,000 factories in England
and Wales are being asked to display posters
issued by the Ministry of Health,

UNIONS CO-OPERATE

Efficiency experts estimate that colds and
influenza cost industry 40 million man-hours
a year and a great deal of money.

They want to do all they can to keep ex-
ports flowing and to help rearmament.

—LE.S.









Donations in cash, food or cloth-
ing will be gratefully received.
Donations should be addressed to
The Salvation Army, P.O. Box 57,
Bridgetown, If unable to send
your donation, please dial 2467
and an Official Collector will call
First List of Donations

the



7% ;
Road, ‘n St. Michael, Barbados make it a road?? wala; S. H. Dawood; B. D. the Attorney General for an I am of the opinion that a uni- eine Aeon feieioae nN
(and not of the interior of, wie , McDougall; R. C. King; and L. B. opinion, versal closing hour is a solution A.B. Bell, Esq. : 3.0)
Africa or Asia) would esteem it” (4) Should the answe. to No. 2 Best. T. BOWRING. ‘9 the problem of the “breakfast” Trevor Bowring, Esq 5.00
- if y “mi ; and 3 be in the negative then will November 28, 1950. “ » question and I would lik Mrs. Wm. Bowring , 2.40
a favour if you will permit us to & De the neg Sefton Lodge”, que ) ould like to s€@ Canadian Bank of Commerce inn
ask a few questions of those those gentlemen please remember Brittons Cross Road, this legislated for, so that the pub- pr. -H. Harcourt Carter 5.00
powerful ones who control (or try that the people, who have the Wages Board St. Michael. lic may not be always confused R. & G Challenor, Lta. <.. 5.00
to control) the destiny of our 21 x misfortune to live in this forgotten 79 The Editor, The Advocate— December 1, 1950. about what time various stores co op tee ergse ye gs
14 island. ; part of Bridgetown, pay all kinds SIR,— May I be permitted te will be shut during the day. Courtesy. Gace... — 10:00
ef taxes viz: ownership, income, correct a statement attributed to Breakfast Hour ‘ O. H. JOHNSON. Mrs. Alleyne Howeil r+
(1) Who owns Kensington New oay motor cycle and bicycle and me in your issue of Thursday, No. 6, Broad Street, Miss Dora Howell ‘ 2.0
Road? that they further realise that in Noyember 30, relative to Chamber To The Editor, The Advocate— December 1, 1950 PSone Hunte, Esq oe.
(2) If the answer to the above just ubout a year’s time there will of Commerce discussion on the The Salvation Army Marine Hotel Ltd 5.00
is the Government, will the said be another election and we shall Wages Board Decisions, SIR,—After signing to close my To The Edit The Ad Cee Miss Hilda Packer 1,00
Government say whether it is their not forget those who do not At one point I am reported as stationery from 12 noon to 1,00 '° '"° Scitor, The Advocate , Bpredise Bese Club, 5.0
intention ever to repair this mud- forget us? having said that “my firm had p.m. for lunch I have come te the 3IR,—The Annual Social Appeal ae ae tba Ae beet 3.00
hole and make it a proper road If no reasonable answer is taken the opinion of the Attorney conclusion that this would mean Mo ROWS 5 hristr Cneer Mrs. M. H. Smith te B80
with proper gutters? forthcoming to this, then the only General on the matter” This, as at least five hours for the staff parcel or | families and y Harold Wright 10.00
(3) If the answer to No. 1 i t alternative will be to invite His the Acting Attorney General has without a meal, taking into con- tre ! needy children Boe 10 \ sR MOFFAT
the Government, will the Govern- Excellency the Governor to pay rightly stated in a letter appear- sideration the time that they have assist t Salvation Army Social MAJOR MOFFAT, ,
ment or some of those who form Kensington New Road a visit and ing in your issue for Friday, their morning tea so as to allow Work programme during 1951 Divisional Commander.

{

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1950

TO-DAY’S SPECIALS
at THE COLONNADE

D. V. SCOTT
& CO., LTD.

Usually NOW

- Tins LETONA PEACHES
Bottles STRAWBERRY JAM
Bottles ALLSOPPS BEER



USEFUL GIFTS

that will be appreciated all the year round

ALUMINUM WARE

SAUCEPANS, COCKTAIL SHAKERS, JELLY
MOULDS, FRY PANS, PRESSURE COOK-
ERS, FRENCH FRIERS, POTATO RICERS.

TIN WARE
CAKE TRAYS, ICING SETS & TUBES, ICING
STANDS & BOOKS, CAKE PANS, KITCH-
ENWARE.

EARTHENWARE
MIXING BOWLS, TEA SETS, DISHES

GLASSWARE
FIREPROOF AND TABLEWARE,

WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD,
Successors To

C.S. PITCHER & CO.

PHONES 4472 and 4687

A PRESENT THAT WILL
LAST A LIFETIME !

A ROGERS

UPRIGHT

PIANO

Here are Suits from
England's most respected
Tailoring Houses !| Made
from the finest —_ fabrics

and presented
of Qualities
that is

in a range
and Colours.

certain to include

your favourites,

Stop in to-day at...

DACOSTA & CO.
LTD.

DRY GOODS DEPT.





~

CANADIAN RED SALMON
53 SMOKED HADDOCK
” SMOKED KIPPERS
” COD FILLETS
APPLES,— CARROTS,— LETTUCE

CHRISTOPHENES.
GOLD BRAID makes a COCKTAIL Better 3-yr.-old

PHONE

GODDARD'S
TODAY

FROM MONDAY, 4th DECEMBER, we will be closing
to business daily from 12 noon te 1 p.m, except
THURSDAY half holidays, when we will close as
usual at 12 noon







-—































penance at

distant



i
j
i



Sc MAN a RENAN MRNAS

EE

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2

1950

Three Acquitted Of House |
Breaking And Larceny Charge; Contributes

KENNETH GRANNUM, Cosmore Hinds and Keith Web-

ster were discharged by His
Allan Collymore yesterday
not guilty of house-breaxinug

Honour the Chief Justice Sir
after a petit jury found them
and larceny from the dwelling

house of Elfrieda Marshall and receiving stolen goods on

July 21, 1950.

3 Years For
Stealing

AFIER a petit jury found!
Sydney Cadogan guilty of ‘the |
larceny of vests valued at £2 Qs. |
the property of Harrison’ & Co. |}
Ltd., on August 30. His Honour |
the Chief Justice Sir Allan Colly-



more Sentenced him to three
years’ penal servitude for the
offence at the Court of Grand |

Sessions yesterday.
Cadogan was aiso charged with

being a habitual criminal and |
for this charge—in which he |
pleaded guilty His Honour:
sentenced him to five years’

imprisonment.

‘it and

The Prosecution alleged that on
July 21, Kenneth Grannum, Cos-
more Hinds and Keith Webster
knowing that Elfrieda Marshall
had left her house at Goodland,
St. Michael locked up, broke into
stole articles valued at
$23.73, all the property of Elfrieda
Marshall.

First witness called for the Pro-
secution was Sgt. Louis Marshall
who is attached to the Black
Rock Police Station. He said that
on July 22 about 11 a.m. he went
to the house of Violet Grannum at
Thomas Gap, St. Michael.

He had a search warrant with
him and found in the house a
compressed Cuban sugar bag
which was taken away and shown
to Elfrieda Marshall who identi-
fied it as hers. Some time before
Elfrieda Marshall made a report
to the Police that her house at

| Goodland was broken and entered

After pleading guilty of being! and a number of articles stolen.

+ egananae criminal Cadogan asked |
e court to exercise len: y on |
his behalt. ——

In the case of larceny the Prose-
cution brought witnesses to prove
that Cadogen stole vests valued
£2 9s. from C. F. Harrison & Co.
Lid., on August 30.

Cadogan told the jury that a
cash boy of Harrison’s had given
him the parcels to take to some- |
one else, |

First witness to be called,
Bertie’ Hart, store-walker of the
firm, said that Austin Crawford |
Zave him some information and |
he went towards the stairway.
he saw Cadogan with two parcels |



in his hand and Cadogan turned | at

back and tried to put them in a
recess in the wall. They dropped |
and he went upstairs. He shouted |
to George Goddard and asked
him to stop him.* The police
later arrested him. |

Austin Crawford was the eye
witness who saw Cadogan remove |
the vests.

George Goddard and P.C.
Joseph Atherley gave corrobora-
tive evidence, Atherley told how
Cadogan had tried to escape.



Boys’ Club's
Duty Roster

The Duty Roster for members of the}
30" Club at the Bay Street Boys’ Club
for December is as follo

Dec 2; R. D. Murphy W

r. St. Leonard, St

Thomas c/o St



tbury Road, |
Michael. Dec. 3:}
Paul's Vicarage, St
Michael. Dec. 4; Rev. Crosby Bethel |
Mission House, St. Michael. Dec. \ 5; |
Briggs Clarke c/o Harrison College, Si. |

Michael. Dec. 6; S. N. Chapman (Jnr.'
Stream Road, Christ Church. Dec. 7:}
J. Hutson Collymore Rock, St. Michael
Dec. 8: N. Simmons c/o Mrs. Simmons, |
J. P. Bank Hall Road, Dec. 9; Mr. Mapj+|
c/o Bethel Mission House. Dec. 10; C

D. Cuffey Bay Street Boys’ School, St

Michael. Dee. 11; F. Moore Bank Hall
X Road, St. Michael. Dec. 12; W. Ed-
wards c/o Salvation Army, St. Michael



| brought

“osmore
ster, Marshall said that she knew
them

at

found Doors Open

Elfrieda Marshall of Goodland,

| St. Michael said she went to Cuba
| about
{to the island on February 10 1940,
; On
j about
house she closed the windows and
doors.
home and found the gate at the
back of the house open and the
two doors at the back of the house
also open.

35 years ago and returned

July 21
1 p.m,

she left her house
Before leaving the

About 4 p.m. she returned

When she entered the house she

noticed that the whole place was
|} ransacked and made a search to

find that a dress which she valued
$2.36 and a bag which she
back with her to the

island were missing

Pointing to Kenneth Grannum,
Hinds and Keith Web-





by

seeing them “knocking
around”

Goodland. They never
any time went to her place
vhile she was at home.

Cpl. Kenneth Murphy attached

| to Central Police Station said that
on

21—that time he was
to Black Rock Police

July
attached

| Station —consequent upon a re-

port made at the Black Rock
Police Station, he went to Elfrieda
Marshall’s house and looking into
the bedroom found that the sheets
and other clothing were scattered
on the ground, A large travelling
trunk was in the drawing room on
ihe table. The place was in an
untidy condition. After returning
to the Police Station he received
eertain information and contacted
Kenneth Grannum on _ Tudor
Bridge Road about 10.20 p.m. the
same night.

Voluntary
Statement

Cpl. Watson asked Grannum to
accompany him to Black Rock
Station where he (Grannum)
made a voluntary statement and

Dec. 13; W. B. Millar c/o Reportorial
Dept. Advocate Co. Dec. 14; K. Pile| Said that he was not the only one
Genl. Post Office, Bridgetown. Dec. 15:| that was involved,
y sbuel ;
aaa nr eT Ofice, Roebuck | Getting his address he and Wat-
Paul's Vicarage, St. Michael. Dec. 17;;S50n left Grannum at the Station
Vv. B. St. John c/o N. B Howell, Bay and later picked up Hinds about
Street, St. Michael. Dec. 18; S. Beckles) 19.59 p.m. Hinds after arriving
ildings, St. Michael - ers
Hee. Th a deme ae Provost. Mar-| at the Station also made a state-
shal's Office, St. Michael. Dec 20; O S.|ment and was cautioned, Hinds
Coppin c/o Reportoria! Devt. Advocate! ajc 7 f a a
Seren Se Re eene: Bt, Michael's) G20 named Grannum and Web
Cathedral, St. Michael. Dec. 22; W. 0.|Ster as involved with him and
Haynes Swan Street, Bridgetown. Dec.| gave a story telling where the
23; Stn. Sgt, Yearwood Central Police! articles were.
Station, Dec. 24; B. Bourne c/o Probay

25; 8

Mich

tion Office Bridgetown. Dec
Barnwell c/o Recorder's Office, St




ael. Dec. 26; A. Jordan Garden, St. }
James. Dec, 27; C._ W. Rudder Chr 1
Lame, St. Michael, Dec. 28: H. H al~

cott c/o Probation Office. Roebuck St

Dec. 29; A. Ishmael Mar s Office
Bridgetown. Dec. 30

Land, St. Michgel. De |
las c/o Rev. Pemberton, St. Paul's}
Vicarage





CAR WON
The resu't of the Barbados Boys’
Club Raffle as certified by Fitz-|
patrick, Graham & Co., Auditors,’
is as follows: — |
1st Prize Ti No. 9738
2nd Prize Ticket.... No. 3176
8rd Prize Ticket...... No. 9024 |

“ADALINA" MET
BAD WEATHER

Captain Flemming, who brought
in the Adalina trom St. Lucia this
week, weathered three days of
high wind, hard tide and heavy
seas during which time the
schooner lost her main boom

The Adalina could not make her
two-day trip as accustomed. She
spent five days on the voyage.

At her berth alongside the Pier
Head, discharging her cargo of
cocoanuts and charcoal yesterday,
the Adalma looked strange with-
out her boom among the other |
vessels, |

The boom is undergoing re-
pairs and is expected to be finished
for the vessel to leave around the |
end of next week for St. Lucia. |





‘the

On the morning of July 22 he
went to Keith Webster’s house and
brought him to the Station. He
also made a
(Murphy) took down in writing.

Eileen Marshall told the court
that Elfrieda Marshall's place is
not far from hers and on July 21

| she saw two men coming from the

direction of Elfrieda’s house, She

| did not get a good glimpse of the

men, but noticed that one of them
was carrying a small parcel under
his arm.

Another witness, Wilhelmina
Stuart, a hawker of _ Rich-
mond Gap, said that on July

21 at about 2 p.m. she also saw

‘two men whom she recognised as
Grannum and Hinds coming from
of Elfrieda Mar-

direction
shall’s place,

In making their defence Hinds,
Grannum and Webster all denied
made a statement and
claimed that they were beaten up
Hinds said that he
was sure that any of the witnesses
who said that they saw him com-
of Mar-
shall’s place could not be definite

that they

by the Police

ing from the direction
about what they saw.

After His Honour the

house-breaking and larceny
receiving stolen goods.
Before discharging

the jury



f



tastier snacks

Colman’s

Mustard

statement which he >

Chief
Justice symmed up, the jury then
returned a verdict of not guilty of
and

them His
Honour told the three men that
had found them. not
guilty and not to come back again.



To Education
GOVERNOR

THE CHURCH has ade
is making a soli as made
the

and
an olid contribution i:
Spiritual field, in health and

tn Cducation, said the Governor
te : the large gathering who
attended the Church's Annual

Missionary Meeting at the
Theatre yesterday evening.

He said that it is no exaggera-
tion to say that if the Church had
not sent missions to Nigeria, the
condition of large numbers of the
people would have been far
worse than it is to-day.

The Hon’ble the Lord Bishop
who was Chairman of the Meet-
ing, extended a welcome to the
Governor and Mrs. Savage. He
Said that he had welcomed the
Governor not only as head of the
Administration, but also more
particularly as a fellow member
of the church and that they were
very grateful to him for coming
and addressing them.

After telling the audience that
that meeting would be the last
he would be attending, he then
gave some news from Gambia
which was contained in a letter
from the Bishop of the Diocese
and which had been circulated
with the last edition of the maga-
zine in October.

He said that there was the
probability that one of the young
men now in training at Codring-
ton College would be accepted
for work in the Gambia Diocese.
That young man had already
made his offer, but for the de-
parture of the Bishop of Gambia
everything would have been
probably fixed within the next
few weeks, but it was perhaps
thought wiser to delay the matter
until the successor of Bishop
Daly was appointed.

He hoped that their good
Secretary’s ambition would one
day be realised and that instead
of collecting $1,920 for this work,
they would collect $4,800 and
wherever he was and heard that
it had been achieved, he would
believe that at least the Church
in Barbados was awake,

Empire

The Police Band under
Captain ¢. E. Raison
was in attendance and ia

addition to rendering some selec-
tions assisted in the singing of
the hymns.

Vote of Thanks

A vote of thanks was moved
by Archdeacon Shankland who in
the course of his remarks thanked
the Governor and Mrs. Savage
for attending, and the Governor
for giving what he described as
a very instructive, illuminating
and inspiring address,

The Governor said:

First I want to thank the Lord
Bishop for the very kind words
of weleome which he addressed
to me. I am at a loss for words in
reference to your departure from
this island. I can only say that
my wife and I would have lost
our best friend and the Church
of this island will lose a leader
which she will sorely miss.



Sentence On Cycle
Thief Postponed

Sentence was postponed on
Winston Goodridge at the Court
of Grand Sessions yesterday by
His Honour the Chief Justice, Sir
Allan Collymore, after Goodridge
had pleaded guilty to the larceny
of a bicycle on September 10.

Mr, J. S. B. Dear asked the
court for leniency on behalf of

Goodridge, saying that he had
never been involved in trouble
before.

Before postponing sentence, the
Chief Justice said that bicycle
stealing was prevalent and he
would have investigations carried
out concerning Goodridge, Sen-
tence is postponed until Monday.



QUARRY HAND INJURED
Archie Holligan, 25-year-old

quarry-worker of Rock Hall, St.

George, was injured when a eres |

stone fell on him at Watson’s
Quarry, Workman's, St. George, at
about 2.15 p.m. yesterday. ;
Holligan was cutting stones in
the quarry. He was taken to the
General. Hospital for treatment.









AGAIN AVAILABLE !!

PURINA
s PIGEON CHOW

H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. - Distributors Hl

: BARBADOS ADVOCATE
The Church| Ex-R.A.F. Officer

Meets Local Bar

MR. ERROL WALTON BAR-
ROW Barrister—at-Law, was yes-
terday introduced to the local bar
by the Acting Attorney General,
Hon. F. E. Field, and was wel-
comed by His Hcnour the Chief
Justicc, Sir Allan Collymore

Mr. Barrow is 30 years old.
Hon. F. E. Field told the court
that Mr. Barrow. received his
early education t Harrison’
College from 1934 1939. He}
was awarded the Is'an! Scholar-
ship (classics) in 1939, but gave
up the scholarship to join the

Royal Air Force in 1940 on flying
duties.

He did cperational duties with
the Coastal Command and then
Joined a bomber squadron
Second Tactical Airforce during!
the invasion of Europe. He served |
in France, Belgium, and Holland,
carrying out over 50 bombing
missions against Germany.

He was attached ¢or a short time
in 1946 to the headquarters of
Field Marshal Viscount
gomery of Alamein, Later in 1946 |
he was appointed Personal Navi- {
gation Officer to the Commander. |
in-Chief of the British Army of







the Rhine, a post held until the
end of his flying career in 1947
‘
Read Economies
Released from active service
with the rank of Flying Officer
in October 1947, he entered the
University of London to read

eccnomics and Industrial Law a |
the London School of Economies |
and Political Science. He was
admitted to the honourable
Society of Lincoln's Inn in June
1946.

|

|

Mr. Barrow was called to the
bar at Lincoln’s Inn in November,
1949. He gained the degree of
B.Sc. Econ., University of London
in June 1950, and was admitted
to the roll of barristers in the
High Court of Justice, London.
Before returning to Barbados, he



worked in the Chambers of | ‘
J. Leonard Gamgee, Esq, of |¢
Middle Temple.. \y

Hon, F, E. Field said that ne | )
was extending to Mr. Barrow « | “

hearty welcome and was wishing

him success in his legal career.
The Chief Justice

Barrow that he had come to them |

with a distinguished war record , ,

in the Royal Air Force, showing
himself in the cause of justice
and freedom. He had listened

with interest to the recital of the | %

various. performances and
achievements which he had made
during the course of his career
in the Royal Air Force

He had a distinguished academic
record as well and it was a great
pleasure to welcome him to the

bar. He wished him every
success.
Mr. Barrow thanked the Chief

Justice and the Attorney General
for the welcome they had given
him.

Objectives

General, might
have given the impression that
he was engaged in a cause of
destruction. He wouldassure
the learned Attorney General
that their objectives in war were
in every way pre-determined by
their objectives in peace. Their
main objectives in the final analy-
fis was not to destroy. It was
to preserve the principle of the
rule of law with .which all of
them had been inculcated in thelr
training so that if it might seem
in legal argument that he might
be prepared to bring the battle
into the camp of his legal advere
sary, he would like to assure his
learned friends that his objeetives
in doing so were no less than to
ensure an equality of all before
the law, that each man might not
have the disadvontege he might
have suffered before going befor¢

The Attorney

that ancient and honourabl
court.
Whatever _ the disadvantage

might be, they of the legal pro-
fession should do all in their
power even if it meant carrying
the fight into the tefritory of their
adversaries, to maintain the rule
cf law and equality of all; equality
in the sense that each man might
be able to have his cause presen~
ted to the best of the ability of
learned counsels.

Oe ate a ss ss 8 8 8 ee ee







| NOTICE

Our Customers and the Public generally

are respectfully requested to note that from
MONDAY, 4TH DECEMBER, our entire store
(including S.P.C.K., Bookshop) will, for Staff
Breakfast Hour, be closed daily MONDAY to

FRIDAY from 12 noon

On SATURDAYS we will, as usual, close

for the day at 12 noon.

Your Co-operation is Solicited

BROAD



|| CE. HARRISON & CO. 009 Ltd. |



STREET. Hs



of

Mont- is

told Mr. | ;



| LICENSED DIVERS
| REGAIN RICF

Licensed aivers stroii around the’

wharf daily in the hope of being
hired to plunge suddenly into the
Careenage for some
article that has escaped the cus-
tody of its owner
| Yesterday, two divers
happy when three bags of
fell into the Careenage while the
schooner Mary M. Lewis was dis-
charging her cargo

Wearing bath trunks, the two
divers took down pieces of rop
and quickly regained two of the

| bags of rice. They were long in

finding the other bag.





~ ;

y *

& xs
+ »

% 3

y S

NJ x

»

$ e

x @

“

‘J
x
‘
%
~

.
8

J
e

>
:
CHEF
with food that

:

e

4 every item on the Menu
really special. Enjoy our
palate—thrilling dishes

%



4

Our
flair

has a_ certain

makes

TO-DAY
OR

TO-NIGHT



Make a date with YOL
FRIENDS at

THE GREEN
DRAGON

FOR BETTER MEALS
and
BETTER SERVICE

For Reservation Dial 3896 %
%,







SSOGGEOBSGS*

Notice





On and after

valuable

were
rice

RN STE SE AMET NEM NE NH SC

|



Presentation Boxes |
of
CIGARS and CIGARETTES
PIPES and TOBACCOS
SHAVING SETS
in LEATHER CASES ¢~
S.
ROLLS RAZORS ~ tb
| GILLETTE RAZORS

VALET RAZORS





KNIGHTS DRUG STORES

oe
NIN

<
PURE —
SOLUBLE.





be

Monday, 4th December, this Store will

be opened to business at 8 am. and closed for the
mid-day meal between 12 noon and 1 p.m, each day.

The hours during which we will be open to busi-
ness therefore will be:

MONDAY to FRIDAY |

SATURDAY

8 a.m, to 12 noon
{ 1 pm. to 4 p.m
8 a.m. to 12 noon,

Your co-operation is solicited.

TOMANVOAVIUAULGRAVUUUUTRUUEUUUAETRAAA AGUA

Cave Shepherd & (Co., Ltd.







ARE MADE
SPECIALIZE

PROTURE AND

“K” SHOES ARE







THE RESULTS OF MANY YEARS
EXPERIMENT AND EXPERIENCE
ARE_EMBODIED IN THEIR MANU



11, 12 & 13 Broad Street

‘



“K’ SHOES

BY CRAFTSMEN WHO
IN GENTS’ FOOTWEAR










COMBINES
FOOT COMFORT



iS” — WITH STYLISH APPEARANCE

AND GREAT DURABILITY.

NOW OBTAINABLE IN MANY SMART STYLES

AND EACH MODEL IS STOCKED IN A WIDE RANGE OF FITTINGS

THUS ENSURING A PERFECT FIT

INSIST ON HAVING THE BEST AND —
THE BEST IS “K

| HA R 2 ISON S — BROAD STREET

SOLE LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS

BRAND





-


































EVERY PAIR jz:

i

PAGE FIVE
Roca e

SHOP EARLY

AND GET



'‘@ THE BEST

OF

CHRISTMAS
GIFTS

AT

Weatherhead’s

“KODAK” CAMERAS

BABY BROWNIE ,,

BROWNIE MODEL e8
wt eae a gata

BROWNIE MODEL
‘E

$ 5.00

$10.00

: =e Tr $12.00
gg BROW NIE REFLEX $16.00
KODAK DUAFLEX $20.00
RRKODAK FOLDING
Rm CAMERAS
$35.00; $50.00 and $80.00
Fresh stock of “KODAK”
FILMS all Sizes Verichrome
and Super XX, also Koda-
chrome K135, Kodachrome
R16 MM and Super XX-8 MM.
Cable releases, Colour
Filters, Tripods, Trimmers,
Art Corners Photograph
SRALBUMS§ 1/6 to — 10/-
Camera Cases for Brownie
Reflex and Folding—620.
Flasholder to Fit Brownie
Model “E,”

$25.00

GERMAN CAMERAS

‘Pucky” Reflex

(120 size) -+.» $10.00
“Imperial” Box

(120 size) .. $ 9,00
“Adox 66” (120 size) $12.00
“PIPES” All Sizes and

Shapes
“Dunhill” ‘ ‘ $15.36
“Comoy’s” Grand

Slam ‘ease $ 9.50
“Comoy's” Everyman $ 4,00



“Comoy’s” Aston Bantom
(A Featherweight Pipe)
—$ 3.00
“Royal Lane” $ 5,00
“Craftsman” $ 5.00
Other Pipes @ 84c. $1.82,
$1.80, $2.32, $2.38, $3.02,
$3.10, $3.53, $4.64

and the “British Empire”

’ipe at 60 CENTS EACH,

“THERMOS FLASKS”
1 Pint... ee $1.51
Jugs (Bakelite)

$3.06 & $4.12

Jugs (Aluminium) — $8.00
Wide Mouth 2 Pint — $6.24
Wide Mouth '% gal. — $18.13
Wide Mouth 1 gal $25.60
Thermos Picnic Sets —
$17.00-—$28,50
Flashlights 7/- to $2.62
Kitchen Scissors $1.69
Cutex Manicure Sets —
1/- 4/6 & $2.24
Mouth Organs 1/3, 3/-, 3/6,
7/-, 7/6, 10/-, 11/-, $5.00
Cigarette Tubes 2/6, 3/-, 3/6
Gillette Razors 1/9-—-$7.14
Photo Stands (4x6),,..10/-
Knives

Shaving Brushes . .2/6, 3/3,
$1.05, $4.83, $5.74,
$9.00, $11.22 and

Sheath
I- 10/-, 14/-, 20/-

4/-,
$5.80,
$14.00

PENS & PENCILS

Parker “51” Gold

Baankes “51” Silver
x aterman’s

Waterman's
Waterman's “555”
Parker “460"
Wearever

Hooded Knight

Rm and the Famous
Platignum Ball Point 4/6 ea

$18.00
$16.00
*Taperite” -
$12.00
“Lifetime”

a

CHRISTMAS
DECORATIONS



PHRRAH
on eRe
#2cceo
&2#oocs

Xmas Frost, Red & Green
Cord, Tinsel Cord, Holly
(BRS pra , Tags, Seals, Mistle-
toe, Paper Bells (3. sizes)
Paper Garlands (6 kinds),
W@aRoilver Tinsel Strips, Tinsel
Decorations (4 kinds), Tin-
el Stars (3 kinds), Xmas
Tree glass decorations (18 jm
kinds), Holly Paper, Xmas
Cake Decorations, Holly od
Frills for your Xmas Cake

l/- per yard

Christmas Cards (6 in Box)



1/3, 1/9 & 2/3 Christmas
Cards with Local Scenes
in Colour 18c. ea. Balloons
all shapes and sizes 3c. to
12c. ea, (See use for Whole-
sale Prices) Cake Candles, 4

Red & Green Candles, Santa jae
Stockings 4/6 12/6

Crackers (a Beauti-
ful Assortment) Prices

bs from 3/9 $5.50.
Midyvet Crackers 4/6 & 6/-
Christmas Tree

Lights —
$5.00 & $7.51 Set.
Crepe Paper all colours.
Cigarettes in Xmas Packages
Du Maurier 59/: $1.00
Craven A 50/s $1.02
Baby Comb & Brush Sets—

Crystal, Pink & Blue
~rices $1.40 & 7/6
Johnson's Baby Sets.

Mennen’s Baby Sets
e
a in and see our complete

Display of
|

Fracox arn men arn eee

oO

=

$1.88
$2.0

XMAS GIFTS TO-DAY

BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
LTD.

Proad

|
|
|

Head of Street

AABAR

A

“a,
‘

”



PAGE SIX



HENRY

MICKEY MOUSE

BY DOING THIS

JOB MYSELF
GER, (1 SAVED USA
BS ZD\ BIG PLUMBING

S24 | STOP THE HORSES,
1OR YOULL BE KILLED! THE CANYON

| BRIDGE IS GONE /







SONG! IF I’M ANY



“ON THE DOCKS
CATCHEGA FA



BARBADOS ADVOCATE
BY CARL ANDERSON





THOSE REINS BEFORE WE'RE
KILLED! 55






OH, IF LONLY HAD A GUN -~
ON:

THA D YOULL
SEE | YOUR TEAM!



DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING €0., LTD. |









DID YOU HEAR IT,
OES? THE "EDENFALL”





LAWYER COVES © IT... THEN
ILL GET Ti TRUTH }







1HE PHANTOM

—

se
°
e ew On ab insulated against heat and cold.

moRRis-C0

Ve«)HELL BRING EVERY COP ON
THE DOCKS HERE, IF HE

DOESN'T SToP! PIPE











THIS EGG
IS A MENACE
TO CHICKS





|

Intestinal worms are a common cause worm disease from gaining a hold on Cystex is approved by Doctors and Chemists in
f unthrift bird 7 octane eae ark Sores em
of weetiiftiness and poor eps pr- "your birds ipaney nd na haae ade wie were
, SAT ah cueil Th a acy > fned: . me
duction in poultry. Since al! poultry There is no need to vary the feeding | mont, end, thanks fo Oyeten fam muck batter
: . oe . 4 be ” Mr. 2
runs may harbour worm-eggs, the system cither before or after dosing Be Ree oe nds marked ents me. ane aie
i ste most impossible, If they were C1 a bor thep
birds should be protected by routine with ‘Phenovis.’ Available in powder would still be worth double.” gg
‘i " . a teed to Put You Right
RC form for mixing with the mash, ores Sone Bock oan
. ‘Phe pee E 8 ° : Dee
Monthly dosing with Phenovis is the Order from your Chemist or Agri- ~ Seay eive it tora te
most effective method of preventing cultural Merchant. | oa “tect ‘younger, stronger,

‘PHENOVIS?’ oispersiste Powner

An LC.I. Product

* PHENO VIS”

BRAND PHENOTHIAZINE



Peace iT if) mad

¢ ae
UA

(ECKSTEIN BROS.)

100 H.P SIX CYLINDER
OVERHEAD VALVE ENGINE
.

ALL NEW... ALL STEEL













“STRENGTH RESERVE" |

CHASSIS PEATURES



Everything YOU and
your DRIVERS want
in a truck







springing: extra springs
freight weight is in-

chassis designed to
rated load with wide margin of i
Rear axle has a “strength re-

to operate with vehicle fully laden |

CANE




rough ground. Car-style driving





The g t truck value of the century!

MMERCIAL |

FORT ROYAL GARAGE



Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504 |













SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1950
sre puinencnnteiiatgtamriepiammanenaimamnnne

| él Rhpumat
Won Sletp

suffer sharp stabbing
ed joints are swoilen, it
shows your blood Is poisoned

7) bh: fawty kidneysaction
RS Suher’ symptoms of Kidney



Disorders are Bockache, Ach-

EY ing Joints ond Limbs, Sciatica,

j Neurite, Lumbope, Getting

wi tights = " .

susness, Circles under poe | Same ttt tere
. oem, bane of and » Ete, Ordinary

nedicines can't help much because you must
ret to the root cause of the trouble
The treatment is specially compounded
© soothe, tone and clean raw, sore, sick kidneys
and bladder and remove acids and poisons from
your system safely, quickly and surely, yet con-
tains no harmful or dangerous drugs. Cystex
works in 3 ways to end your troubies.

\. Starts killing the germs which are attacking
your Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary System
in two hours, yet is absolutely harmiess to

4 human tissue.

2. Gets rid of health-destroying, deadly poison-
ous acids with which your system has be-

® come saturated,

3. Strengthens and reinvigorates the kidneys,

{| , protects from the ravages of disease-attack

| ‘on the delicite filter organism, and stimu-

lates the entire system. ‘
pPraieed by Doctors, Chemists, and
~~. One-time Sufferers “


















(CYSTEX)” package. Act now



The GUARANTEED Remedy RHEUMATE

(ICN

Sen aie mel



q Christian Science
( Reading Room

1ST FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS
(Broad Street)
Hours: 19 am—2 p.m.
Tupedage, Wednesdays,

days,
10 a.m.—12 o'clock.
Sa
4t this Room the Bible and
the Christian Scieace text-book,
Selence and Heaith wita Key to
the Scriptures by MARY BAAER
EDDY may Ye reed, borrow,

or pute
Visitors Are Wefcome
Lwwwwww









S) 13}
G]

HEALTH BENEFIT

* FREE FROM HARSH IMPURITIES
* NO INJURIOUS AFTER-EFFECTS









VLA




Sun glare and heat used to tireme ‘*My dear,” she said, “You must pro-
out, made my eyes ache, broughton _— tect youreyes. Comeand buy a bottle
headaches. Luckily I met Anne... of Optrex now—use it every day.”



So, when! gothome 1 bathed my eyes When] told Jimhe said,“ Wonderful!
in Optrex, andoh—therelief? Discom- Your eyes look lovely tonight. Keep
fort, dust, germs—all washed away! on using Optrex—lI'll Use it, too!”

PROTECT YOUR EYES

‘Optrex

€ve coTION



rer MAKE THIS TEST
c \ The rim of the eye and inner
ie —/ lining should be healthy flesh

> colour. If they are re
seats



au FREE! in cach
packet — 2 scientifically

designed eyebath.

rthew





ne ney





ax
ae
OX

tter in every way, 2 24

. J well in 1 week or your money
CN ae if you ee the empry,

f ee ~ for
Cystex 5:35:

Cer SSA

Pc

gee aie

E
a



M
Â¥





f

:
:
‘



ee









f° elite: RR



SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2,



1950

TELEPHONE 2508

DIED
TRIMINGHAM—Haroeld C. P on, the
28th November at his residence
Bayswater Flats; Deacons Rd, His

Funeral took piece at St. Leonard's
Caurch the same afternoon
Molly Trimingham,

Florence Trimingham.
Hugh Trimingham.

IN MEMORIAM

IN loving memory of our dear son
and brother LIONEL A HOPE who went





to be with the Lord on December 3rd
1930.
After twenty years vou are not for-

gotten Lionel dear
And indeed you never will be
As long as life, and memory last
We will remember thee.
Your loving Mother and Sister Daisy
A. Beckles Gladys B. Yearwood

FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—One Singer Car $350.00, good
order, apply: C. Jordan, Bicycle Repairer
James Street. 2.12.50—2n

CARS—4 V-8 Sedan Cars, 2 Hillman
Sedan cars, 1 Willys car. Joseph Vui-
cenizing and Welding Depot, 47 Roebuck

Street. Red Bird Garage 2.12.50—!21.







DRY CELL, BATTERIES—Large Type

, ignition purposes etc. 1% volts.
3878. Da Costa & Co., Ltd.

1,12.50—6n.







REFRIGERATOR — One Westinghous
Refrigerator. 6 cub. ft. and (1) Coole
tor. (In good order). Owen T. Alider,
Roebuck Street. Dial 3299.

1.12,50—2n.









€URNITURE
CHAIRS—Sturdy Chairs well finished
in Walnut, or Mahogany. Suitable for
Office and Home. Only $5.40 each.
G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO., LTD.
Dial 4222. 2.12.50—t.f.n

POULTRY

PLYMOUTH ROCKS—One
bred Barred Plymouth

Cockerel, 3 Pullets 5% months
P. D. Maynard, St. James. Dial 2319,
2.12.50—Tn.

MISCELLANEOUS

ATTRACTIVE SUNSHADES for ladies
and gents. Something new. Complete
with leather cases that can be fitted
to your belt or strap if required. See
Your Jewellers, Y. De LIMA & Co;
LTD., 20 Broad Street.







Pen Pure-
Rocks, !
old



26.11.50-—€m.





CLOCKS—Westminster Chiming Clock
14 day Bim Bam Clocks in Walnut cases

by the world’s best makers Kienzle.
Price moderate. Alex Yearwood, Jeweller
Bolton Lane. 2.12.50—2n





W. Cumberbatch
30.11.50—5n.

CANE PLANTS—C.
The Ivy. Tel. No, 3559.





ee

FLOWERS
made to orde
Hindsbury Roa

Wreaths and Bouquets
r by Miss A. Eastmond,
d. Dial 3766




2.12.502—4n



FISHING BOAT—One (1) Fiying Fish
Fouat “Loraine”. No reasonable offer
refused. Apply to Ww A Archer,
Welches, Christ Church, 2.12.60—2n.

GIFT SETS—Attractive Gift Sets of
Tea Spoon:, Pastry Forks, Fruit Spoons,
Cocktail Sets and many others. Prices
as low as $2.99 set. G. W. HUTCHINSON
& CO., LTD. Dial 2

4222



2



50—t.f.n



HOUSE HOLD EQUIPMENT of all
description. Owen T. Alider, Roebuck
Street. Dial 3299. 1,12.50—2n,



JEWELLERY —Gold and Silver Neck- |
lets with Charms Sct. Gold Cuff Links,
Gold Brooches, Gents Signet Rings. Alex.
Yearwood, Jeweller, Bolton Lane.

2.12.50—2n.

LARGE CHILDREN’S PLAY HOUSE,
Can be seen at ‘Abbeville’ Guest House
— Ring W, M. Foster 2296,

29.11.50—5n.

RAIN COATS, RAIN COATS: At $214
each lovely colours in Plastic for ai

would make a lovely Xmas Gift too.
THANI Pr. Wm. Henry Street.
Dial 3466. 29.11.50—t.f.n







STOVES—1, 2 and 3 Burner Ol! Stov
and Ovens. Owen T. Allder, Roebuck
Dial 3299. 1,12.50—2n



TEA SETS—A most useful and attrac-



tive Gift. 24 piece Teasets in severa!
designs and decorations. Prices law
as $9.95 set. G. W. HUTCHINSO! >

2,12.50-

LiD. Dial 4222.







XMAS TREE DECORATIONS—Special
discount of 10% now applying on all
purchases of these decorations. For a
limited period only. See your jewellers,
Y. de Lima & Co., Ltd., 20, Broad Street,
Bridgetown. 29.11.50—n.

PUBLIC SALES

AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received I will sell at
the Parochial Building, Cumberland
Street on Tuesday, December 5th at
1 pm. a collection of second hand
galvanized sheets in good condition
Terms cash.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer,
1,12.50—3n

Under The Thamond Hammer

I have been requested to sell by Pub-
lic Auction on Saturday next the 9th
day of December 1950 in the evenirg,
beginning at 4.30 o'clock upstairs at my
office at Magazine Lane, over 300 Ready-
made Ladies’ dresses, over 300 pairs of
shoes, several hundred assorted Ladies’
handbags, over 100 pairs of Alpargata
for children, and several other useful
items. You cannot afford to miss this
sale. D'Arcy A. Scott, Auctioneer

2.12,50— 4n

—

REAL ESTATE __

“REST HAVEN", George Street oppo-
site "th Avenue, Belleville with the land
thereon containing 4,440 square feet.
‘The house has drawing and dining rooms.
three bedrooms and usual outoffices and
gatage.

Inspection by appointment any
exeept Sunday. Phone 3983.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition on Friday 8th Decem-
ber at 2 p.m. at the Office of the under-
signed.

















day

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Latcas Ttreet, Bridgetown
1.12.50—6n





FOR SALE at Public Competition at
the office of the undersigned on Friday
8th day of December, 1950, at 2 p.m
ALL THAT messuage or store known
as No. 44 Swan Street, being a three
storey building standing on 2,980 square
feet of land and abutting on Swan Street
and Bolton Lane. Together with the
Goodwill and stock in trade of the busi-
ness known as the “Supply Stores’ car-
ried on in the ground floor of the spid

building.

For inspection and further particulars
apply to the Manager of the Supply
Stores.

" COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
14.11.50—1in



COPRA/STOCK estate yielding sub-
stantial income, Bananas and oranges
bearing 1951. Situated close to sea main
road. By principals only, Box Number
88 c/o “Barbados Advocate”

28.71.50—3n



















I Acre 1 Rood 33% Pere of Jann
situate at McClean’> Gop, B Hill
cbuiting on lands of Clark nek
Sinith, Louise Johnsen and on Mr
Clean’s Gap aforesaid

Excelients site for de

Inspection on applica p
mises

The above property €
ale Wb public Auct Mice
151 buck Stre 0
Friday e 8th

2
4025
2. 50—t







HOUSES

. ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED
emer Facing Sea. Suitable
couple. Available s'
nous December a
APARTMENT — At the Camp

, ‘amp, St
Lawrence Gap. _On-the-Sea. Pully
furnished. Dial 8987. ,



FLAT +
one or
Phone
b—3n.







22.11.50—t.f£.n

BRIGHT DOUBLE BEDROOMS on sea.
Reasonable term: to gentlemen or young











couples. Apply Casuarina Club. Tel
5496 2.12.50. on

BAY VIEW—St. Lawrence Gap, full
furnished 2 Bedrooms. Available im
mediately. Apply next door. Mrs. L. 1
Lynch, 2.°2.50—1n



napa base Eitansalanenpestn psa
BOULOGNE—St. Lawrence Gap. Fully

furnished, vacant December 15th. Dial |

8459 1,@2.50—2n





“CLIFF COT," Terrace
Rockley Terrace

ist 1951

Blue Waters
For 6 months Feb lst —July
Dial 8160. Mrs C. C. Worme
2.12.50—2n |

































|
oo nt
FOR RENT

) St. Leonards House, St

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



oe ee























| University College of
































er | the West Indies nibebedisienige dail anaabaiaioe
arts Departme: -alary |
ale lng . ADMISSION RO
eee _month. Appl a Reon wits = UNDERGRADUATES | woNTREAL AUSTRALIA . KEW fc il earls Minette |
a a Manager N 5 q : we ee
ichethix ‘Seotaae ie Seek, | CTOBER, 195) ZEALAND LINE LIMITED |
bibte—sa) ole (M.A.N.Z. LINE)
So— eairee te ii tials. present sthe M.S. “TONGARIRO” is scheduled t |
ASSIS OVERSEER ctr sh os ine University College of he |saih Adelaide Jenuary 4th, Melbourne |
ANS. OVE Dayrel , Indies will admit ir $1 | January 18th, Brisbane Junuary | “aa |
written application mnd_ references to the Fac ulties ‘q we; Stee kee ar aes & n Ps 2 Cn ggrtess ee oe
“ an © ' sto] ac Arts. nidad first h Mare! 1. Barbados cept Cargo ond Passengers for
Lower Estate Factory Ome, jond Medicine. The courses In A Mid. March Die Si. Vincent: St. Lucia: Grenada
geo 1.12.50—3n , atte Sciences wil Head t® the Ren-| This ve sel umple space for Hard sy Aruba. Date of departure to
nf era GeBTeeSs Of the University of, Lon- | Fiozen a mneral r © notified
nee PIST Apply by letter in| con in those farultfe, and thee Me-| Car go wee a ae a!
ery instance. G. L. W. Clarke & Co,,| dicine to the degree of jehelbe of |Lading with transhipment at |
jolicitors, P.O. Box 275. Medicine and of Surgery for British Guiona, Barbados } B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS
25.11,50—6n.| Application forms and pamphlets civ- | ward and Leeward Island Z
“Shean a. laraukt at Gea Bee fing sll necessary information may be ‘or further particulars app | ASSOCIATION Ine.
: lemie le Beauté of Paris France| cbtoined from the Registtar, Univ« TrURNESS WITHY ; & COMPANY |
needs voung woman capable of managing | ty College of the West Tf . Mona ° LIMITED . Tele. 4047.
an Institution of Beauty Culture, In-! Jomatea, or from the Resident Titor fo Trinidad, : :
— _o supply all apparatus. Fran-| Extra-Mura!l Studies or the Bkiuce: Pe gi wi
ec atone celebrated French beauty pre-| Department> in the British Caribb: & DA COSTA & Co. I |
perat ions will be given to local institute. | Colonies. Closing date for Applicat: a ac T k td |
For further particulars apply: is January 31, 198%. Barbados, }
Madame MICHELLE MENADITCH, } Es: ene . Te

Leonard: Ave.,
St. Michael, Barbados







(Tel. 3085) 30.11.50—3n Scholarships, Government Exhibit =
‘ian aa ae aa end Exhibition; from other sources
SITUATION VACANT | be awarded in 1951 on the results H I 4
MANAGER — Large Stationery | ** University College Scholarship Ex- |
store in Trinidad, Write stating ex- amination to be heid at the same ti
perience and qualifications to P.O. Box the entrance examinetion
434, Port-of-Spain enclosing recent The awards available in 1951 are
Photograph. Salary according to abili- | University Oullege Open Scholarship OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

Six of which not less then two will

ty. Minimum $3,600.00 per annum plus

























































Scholarship and Exhibitions for 1%
A number of Universiqy Cotlege Op«























be |















































PAGE SEVEN



FAMOUS

as Brandy






at it’s
Best

as a Liqueur
as a Beverage
as a Safe Stimulant









reenter —— commission. awarded in Arts and not leis than t
ESPERANZA—Fully furnished on St | 93.11.50—12n. | i Natural Sciences. There will be
Jomes Sea Coast. Phone 91-33 SSE —-| awards in Medicine | Vv l F L B wel
1.12.50—6n. | WANTED a esse ‘rom eanes arbados
| arbades Government — Exhibition 2 : = 5
FLAT—Fully furnished, all modem | ..4. NURSE for St. Joseph: Almshouse | Two in Arts, Natural Sciences or M-. | S-S. PHILOSOPHER Liverpool. 15th Nov. 380th Nov.
dimtaninntinn: (> Mateotank:: anette | at a salary of $87.63 per month | dicine S.S. “BIOGRAPHER” London, 27th Nov. 10th Dec.
~ i s Parent Applications to be forwarded to the 4 38 aha s) AT) ** ive .
eee iy ppminutes walk from Clb) Parochial Medical Officer, Ellangowan | zritish Guiana Government Exbibi- | © tin TORE a) BA VeRROS over TON Ath ORE
: 3. 2.12.50—2n.} 5 later than Monday 4th December | te": One 8.8. COLONIAL Newport and a
T AWNY ‘ayes aa te stir > — | 950 | Dominica Government Exhibition Glasgow. 2nd Dec. 17th Dec.
Roed. 2 Bedrooms, anise a Any further particulars can be ob-}| One Art:, Natural Seiences or Me 3.8, DEFENDER” .M/brough $
Dinthh and Sitting vob: very 6 tenj | “ined from the P.M.O a ; | London 2nd Dec, 20th Dee The Bra id: ha di
Dining and Sitting room, very Co eal | : saend, rimmaice Gevrament Runibitiens! | 4 é , ; ndy that made Cognac Famous
ee Fin m A. Ai 8. at. our or more
TANGLIN — Beachmont, Bathsheba. | , Clerk, Poor Law Guardians } St. Lucia Government Exhibition: *
trom February, ‘onwarda, “monthiy a | 22S St_Joreph: fone nS” a HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM STOKES & BYNOE LTD.—Agents
otherwise, jouble bedrooms with sihgie “ > rintda? Jovernment exaibitions “
Simmons _ bed: . h * on Ss Three in Arts or Natura! Sciences 4, 664 “<4
Serene hetmees, Giegay sem BACEELANEOUS __|"Goteary tesniiens Uae tn Ars.) og up COL For _- Closes in Barbados =| Py ey ee
garage, servant’s room. Apply: Howe.| UNFL SHED HOUSE with three | Netural Sciences or Medicine S.S. “LLOYDCREST” London 16th Dee. ;
Ring 3626. Becroom:, Drawing and Dining Rooms, Farquhar on Memoriai Exhibition | . _t
21.8.50—4.f.n | Pantry, two Servants Rooms and Garage. | Two in Arcs or Natural Science For further information apply to - - - s iE
— | Should have garden and grounds suitable | Gilchrist Scholarship: One in Art > .
VESTWARD HO Lands End, £ for Gomestic animals. A long lease will | Nitural Sciences or Medicine | *
Michael from the 16th December. Phone | be considered. Dial 8521 Petrolewm Association of _ ‘Trinidad | DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents *
2938. 2.12.50— 2: 1.12.50-2n. | Exhibition: One in Arts, Natural Scien x
‘ —_ _ ——__—_—_——————- | ces or Medicine. . ‘ . —~—____-—_- ore 3 {
CAR—One Ford Prefect (New) arive| PAYING GUEST—Male or Femaie,. 0: | Full particulars of these are given 1: s Thorough-bred Stallion
yourself at special rat@s for particulars ung couple. In Belleville District, m pamphlet which may be obtained | . x
Dial 8408. 30,11,50—6n. | a very quiet home Write Box X.¥.Z.1 from tne Registrar of the Universit | O x
C/o Advocate Co 1,12.50--3n. | College or from the Resident Tutors fo: | - s
i pee ee ae ea. Extra-Mural Studies or the Edueatio: *
‘ JON “EASE t - | Departments the B t ‘a ra
PUBLIC NOTICES RIGHT PURCHASE. Stone construction, Ce fonie Peale ante riot * acteaier Inc x
‘ modern conveniences 2-4 Bedrooms,|{, January 31, 1951 j % (Bay 1937)
ed in one or more acres of land 2.12.50—a NEW YORK SERVICE x y
a ar ceemernie cement | No Agents, “Box AA, C/o Advocate Co }s/S CG Th Ist December—arrives Barbados 13th December * ,
1S \ ! mCe t , , 9,
Liquor License Session gees 8 0 December—arrives Barbados Ist January x The property of the B’dos Turf Club. Offers will be &
BCXES — All kinds of Card Board 7 - NEV ; ACE ey eer Date tee ting * * _
1 HEREBY give notice that the Liquor | Boxes other than corrugated card LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 2 pine EW ORLEANS SERVICE \ received in writing by the Secretary up to 3lst Decem-
License Sessions for the granting of | Appiy Advocate Binding Dept ‘ Essi sa ve *vernber— arrives Barbados 7th December *
“vd . sess ” e 4 t The slice mm © _ Ds y je Steainre : yk r a . Pry %
Fccttncinn Ate ia. Gene at Lamiet » B10 B0—t.f.n eons application. of Chaties Natigai ! wih D cember—arrives Karbados 2st December *% ber 1950,
License; for the CITY OF BRIDGETOWN aesee | mroee “2 Soa Rab. Se. sabe Se roy A ecember arrive Barbado 4th January a
for 1951 will be held at the Police snap erecta —_-——-— " Land i” an sa “ . és rod : auas Srrsve arbados 17th January . *
Magistrate's Courts Dist. “A” on Thure- | SCRAP GOLD and gold jewellery Fn eee ee eee 2k 1 Sapimiiiiiaiibriiimsiuthiniesb tebe palsiddh cll alinaleciiniiibatantaiga ® For full particulars apply to the Secretary, Barba-
dsiy 14th December 1950, at 11 o'clocx | bought, highest prices pai e your ies Soe sant 5 .
rea : he ee a Ime te ag BE CRT a December, 1950, | ii ainhe | alee * dos Turf Club, Synagogue Lane, Bridgetown, Barbados = ¥
Dated this 30th day of November 1950. ] Broad Street, Bridgetown » Police Magistrate, Dist. “‘C’ j see : s ‘“ x
H. A. TALMA 26.11.50—12n, | A8- Police Magistrate, ON) BAILEY SOUTHBOUND ‘ ‘
nA: MA, wees Sign > «EY, ,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A"’. —_————_—- — Ce pant . Sails Sails Arrives tot ot tet, 9664-656666OO
Se se, a NOTICE N.B.—This application wii he eon wath e Se Montreal Halifax Barbados see wae en z “es
i PARISH OF ST. THOMAS sidered at a Licensing Court to be hela one Pol is 24th. Nov 27th ath De
i i i The Parochial Office at Bennets will be | at Police Court, District “C”, on Friday i Dace Pi rim’ 12th. Ty 22nd, Dee
1quor 1cense eSSION elaued oh “Wednesdit * 6th December | the 15th day of December 1950, at 11) ©. “Alcoa Pennant ‘ 29th Wer 8th, Jan
195 , ‘etock, a.m i 7: - ——— - en, se
I HEREBY give notice that the Liquor | 1950 - e PRLASEM oar G. B. GRIFFITH,| NORTHBOUND
License Session for the granting of F. “hial Treasurer Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist i Arrives
Certificates for the renewal of Liquor es Parochial Treasurer, | 2.12. 50-17 | Sarbedee
License: for the parish of St. Mivhael { 2-12.50—3r en
for 1951 will be held at Police — = s. “Alcoa Polaris” Arrives Barbedos 13th December, Sails for ‘
Magistrate's Courts Dist. “A’’ on Thurs- | — | St. John, NB. and Walifax, N.S
aay i4th December 1950, at 11 o'clock NMENT NOTICE | The veiseis have Hmited passenger accommodation.
am GOVER
Dated this 30th day of November 1950 wane
E. A. MeLM@OD, | ina es THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service.
olice Magistrate rn, * : DAG - — ° ‘
1.12.50.-2n.$ POST OFFICE NOTICE pply OSTA & CO.,, LTD.—Canadian Service For Your Convenience, We
; oe ahha
See: Mieco. Sve cal From Monday next, 4th December and until further — ae wc h L 8 le ys
i 1} 1a) . sa i ae t the Genera S=S== Be AS a urge OU, 1e8 0, .
Liquor License Session j mails for Great Britain and Europe will be closed a : ere a ve Large PP
YOU'LL BE SURE TO NEED :

1 HEREBY give notice that a Licensing}
Session for the granting of Certificates |
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for
the Parishes of St. Joseph and 5S
Andrew will be held at District “I
Puiice Court on 15th December 1950, at
11 o'clock a.m.

Dated this Ist day of December

J. R. EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘‘F"'
1,12.50-—3n

Liquor License Session

1 HEREBY give notice that a Licensing

1950.














Post Office at 11.45 A.M.
close on Fridays at 2 P.M. as usual,

General Post Office,
1950.

PERSONAL
FOR SALE

MACHINERY AT WILDEY
PLANTATION,

giving ;
JORDAN inee Hut-on) as I do not hold
anyone el*e

myself responsible for her or
debt in my

any debt or
signed

co) tracting

unless by order

a written

Sessions for the granting of Certificates | °°" ST. MICHAEL
for the renewal of Liquor License; for Sioned THOMAS JORDAN,
the Parishes of St. Philip and St. John ’ Belleplaine, St. Andrew CANE CARRIER
will be held at Police Court, District ‘*¢ 2.12.50—2 MILI Dunc: Stuart
at 14 a.m. on the 15th day of December, | sees a eee walsh
on ———————— 20” x 30”, Complete.
Dated this 20th day of November, 1950 | ENGINE and GEARING;
Cc. L. H. D. WALWYN ‘ .
Fag Panne ig cies ’ Geo. Fletcher & Co.
Police Magistrate, Dist. “C | Values!



1,12.50—

3n



On and after Monday

we the undersigned will be closing to
bisiness for the luncheon interval at
12 noon.

Re-opening at 1 p.m. each
weekly half-holiday excepted.
Our Customers are asked to co-operate
wnd arrange their shopping accordingly.
J. N, Goddard & Sons Ltd.
Cave Shepherd & Co
Alleyne Arthur & Co. Ltd
Lashieys Ltd.

Ltd
C. F. Harrison & Co, (Barbados) Ltd.
Plantations Ltd.
© H,. Johnson & Co
Stenifeld Scott & Co, Ltd.
Collins Ltd.

day, our

|

NOTICE
4th December
|

Y. De Lima & Co, Ltd.
Knights Ltd.
Bruce Weatherhead Ltd.



nger Sewing Machine Co
H. Jason Jones & Co. Ltd
A Barnes & Co. Ltd.
Johnson & Redman
Perkins & Co.

Pitcher Connell & Co.
Cole & Co, Lid
& Medford Ltd.
Ltd.

(Feed Dept

Ltd.
Ss. E.
Ashby
J, O, Tudor & Co,
W. M. Ford

S, H. Cheesinan
W. A. Medford & Co

H. H, Gulstone & Co. Ltd

re estate of
WILLIAM WORRELL

deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim
against the estate of William Worrell
deceased, late of Jackson in the parish
of Saint Michael, who died in this
Island on the 24th day of September,

195C are requested to send particulars
of their debts and claims duly attested
to the
Tull, C/o Messrs
No. 12 High
tors, on or _ before
December, 1050,
proceed to

undersigned Hubert Waterman
Haynes & Griffith,
Bridgetown Solici-
the 3ist day of
after which date !
distribute the assets
of the deceased among the persons en-
titled thereto, having regard only to
such claims of which I shall then have
liable for
part thereof so dis-
debt
had

Street,

shall

had notice and I will not be
the assets or any
tributed to arry person
shal!

of whose
or claim Ff not then have
notice
And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their
debtedness without delay
Dated this 3lst day of October, 1950
HUBERT WATERMAN TULL, ,
Qualified Executor

2.11. 50—4n

EXHIBITION NOTICE

Public attention is drawn to an

in-



error in the Prize List for the
Agricultural Exhibition on 6th
and 7th December: Cut Flowers,

Orchid Section, Page 145, Division
10, Class 3, Sections 29 and 30,



which reads: “This Section for
Members only.”

Both of these Sections and all]
other sections in this class are|
open to the Public. |

28.11.50—3n



Hairdressing Notice

Cc. A. Brathwaite
Manning & Co. Ltd iCorner Stone
Electrical & Sales Dept.)
1.12.50—3

MEGASS ELEVATOR --
—Single Strand
301LER:
Multitubular 7ft x 12f1.
BOILER FEED AND
COLD WATER PUMP

“Excellent .
“Weil Worth Every ¢
of the think

iperb Table mo el
Ga



These are s¢
aid of
Gas Hot

Showroom,

the

plates At

THE public are hereby warned against
credit .to 1% wite ROWENS

|

Your |

Why (rot tall ant) see ee RAW JUICE PUMP. Doubie
Se ely th hike \W Action., CLARIFIERS, Three
For CHRISTMAS | 600 gins. each. HOT LIQUOR

t

PUMPS. Two, Single Action
, EVAPORATOR., ASPINAL
ee PANS. One large, one small,
| FILTER PRESSES, Twe.,
MONTEJUS., MEGASS





See Us For The Following - - -



HARDWARE ITEMS ELEVATOR ENGINE. 6 ton
WESTON BLOCK TWO

4-Prong Agricultural Forks, ROPE BLOCKS. MILL
Ready Mixed House Paints, ENGINE and GEARING--~
Bens Duncan Stewart. PIPING



SUNFLEX 2, * Toney of Sizes and FITTINGS.
Household Enamelled Ware, Glass- FIREBRICKS.
ware, Galvanized Buckets and
Sheets Apply to. .
eta THE MANAGER
COZIER & co. | Wildey Plantation,
| Dial 2856
Roebuc jf :
ree Se a 29.11,50,—3n,









EXHIBITION NOTICE

THE









PERSONS ATTENDING
Exhibition
PARK

Annual Agricultural
at QUEEN'S

are requested to assist the organisers of the Exhibition
by presenting the exact admission charge at the en-
trance gates. The cost of admission is:
ADULTS 2’.
CHILDREN under 12 1/-

N.B.—No passes will be given, and anyone leaving





a. em
WEDNESDAY 6th and THURSDAY 7th
DECEMBER



the Park will be charged again for admission.
- 2.12.50—1n,






ONL

At







instead of 2 P.M. Mails for these places will i

2.12.50—2n

1st December, “ee



@ ENAMEL JUGS
| @ ENAMEL WASHPANS
@ ENAMEL SAUCEPANS

@ ENAMEL BOWLS
AT XMAS
GET

YOU CAN THEM AT.....
The CENTRAL EMPORIUM

(CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD,.—PROPRIETORS).

WH
\















|

: *

>
ff
| FOR LADIES: Nicely finished LEATHER CALIFORNIA
} CASUALS—in Patent or Suede in various designs
( $5.85; $6.45;
t
Hh, FOR MEN: DURABLE



(f
tt

$6.65

LEATHER SHOES with LEATHER

SOLES—



in Black and Brown .. 0.4.6). .0.5s80 es $5.05; $6.20; $7.55
} with Rubber Soles ...... ssa, 94,36
| With Gfepe Boles oi vciiis cece $6.25; $7.95

' FOR CHILDREN :

sizes. Also S.
{

Tropical LEATHER SHOES in all
DALS with Rubber Soles



PUMPS: Canvas PUMPS in all sizes, in White,
and Blue,

srown

Hosiery, Socks, Shoe Polishes, Suede Cleaner



—_—

The Best at the Lowest Cost —

PRESTCOLD
REPRIGERATURS

There is a Prestcold Model to suit
Every Home — Every Pocket




Incorporating the Exclusive Prestador
Inner door for extra food storage

MODEL §. 772 - 7.7 co. ft
MODEL §.472 -— 44 eu. ft.

Made by the largest Manufacturers of Automatic



Refrigerators in Britain — well worth waiting for

Sealed Pressmatic Units with 5-year Guarantee



now and get yours.

ora, I .
> vee these











Xmas Rope, Tags, Tinsel Cord, Xmas Trees and

a Variety of Decorations
me SEE OUR STOCK and SELECT EARLY

COLLINS DRUG STORES.



« BOOKER'S ”°

For your XMAS GIFTS :—

We have just opened a lovely assortment of

XMAS CARDS
XMAS CRACKERS
LADIES TOILET SETS
PLASTIC POWDER BOWLS
PIFCO HAIR DYERS
PIFCO VIBRATORS
XMAS TREE LIGHTS... .ete. ete. .
Call in at BOOKER’S Early

BOOKER'S (B'Dos) DRUG STORES LTD.

Broad Street and Hastings Alpha Pharmacy






























Free! Gratis!





Solve the problem of selecting your Christmas Gifts
with the FREE advice and assistance of our friendly
Clerks,

the Happy

us in

Help

Celebration of our

ANNIVERSARY
CHRISTMAS |

by
Jy

giving us the privilege of supplying your needs

during this month,

YOU WILL ENJOY

+
TRY TO ARRIVE EARLY~
SHOPPING AT...



























































R. Pinder. for the State side and Second Division / SEF |
Regiment vs. Police at Garrisen ile ek ec Cricket in Barbados Cric- aD UC COCR TEE 4.366 Ly a
: Umpires W. Roach and S. Cole TERRY ee 62). decB.C ket Association games at x een VOL IE LE POPOOSSCIOOIOIS SSI PISS DO ODIO S

Leeward vs. College at Foster's 1 pm. LEEWARD CRICKET CLUB 8
Umpires: S. Gilkes and J. Mar-],, ,,,. Country XI — tat Innings i Golf at Rockley Golf and WwW. tf th f llowi BUILDING MATERIALS
ville, RWead wNSWho. Hollen «... ‘ Country Club—November e ojjer e& followin —
easy pad a Hoa ‘ Beer Mug Competition, ANNUAL DANCE 9
e at ,





Lodge vs. Y.M.P.C. at Lodge The home team’s other hero professional at the Royal PERCENTAGE BASIS
Umpires: J. Hinds and G, Brad-] was their captain Reg Beattie who Ottawa Club in Canada, OUR SPECIALTY! SHOES for Ladies, Gents and Children
shaw. as long ako as 1936 scored a cen- arrives at 8.00 a.m. by Make contact at 6) and F
Combermere vs, Empire at Com-[ tury against G, O. Allen’s touring T.C.A, to take up a win. FORDE'S
bermere, Umpires: C. Small and | team, and in this match made 69. » ter coaching appointment JEWELLERY SHOP,

C. Collymore.
Central vs. Foundation at Vau-
cluse. Umpires: E. R, Oxley anc





Ernest Wakelam, senior golf

with the Rockley
and Country Club.
First Division, Intermediate,

It may have been Golt

agement for the

some encour-
MCC to have
known that he at least had played

Parkhouse b Hollies 0 Annual Bazaar in aid of Old

al Hinman ¢











Nelson Street.
2.12.50.—1n,

LOSE SSEEE SESS

Serre ree















as they are too numerous to be mentioned.



BROADWAY DRESS SHOP

















aul
PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1950
‘ ; * | ai
ittles Out M.C.C. Take Honours Vs | Saal
_ | 'NE’S N LMANAC
| , ° _ MAN
England Skittles Out You'll Be Tathing About The ||| BROWNE'S NAUTICAL A
} ~ =4e y, r \e
Wa les Cou nt XI Most Exciting WOMAN Since FOR 1951
e - ” P ’ = a
ies For 228 “MILDRED PIERCE’! Roberts & Co. = = Dial 3301
u (From Our London Correspondent) " |
| LONDON, November 24th. NEW WARNER BROS. SMASH! }
| Even though they were unable to press home their victory i
AS FIRST TEST OPENS bid at least the MCC emerged from this game against a!
New South Wales Country XI with more honour than in|
BRISBANE. Dec. 1! | their previous match.
Oi at ’. onic ors pr “ing sir best all-r . They forced their oppenents i —_—_—_———...-
England's cricketers producing their best all-round form of | follow on and in their second in. ©PPonents for 156, Bedser claim. U MW. '
the tour skittled Australia’s powerful batting side for 22 | nings claimed two wickets for 55 ‘8 ‘wo for 24, Warr two for 31 f 5 HE RI1GH . Ter Ty
runs when the first Test was begun here today. jruns before stumps were drawn, ®"4 Bailey another two for 31
Bad light stopped play before at which stage they were still € SI rwalee the tea interval the :
England could begin their reply. runs ahead sy =Decame very overcast and
Encouraged by the dismissal of Bright batting by Shepparc pgs ag a one . fi est Fain ‘ 2
Jack Mcroney without a run on Simpson and Dewes gave the MCC nings’ victory. Bailey awtion oar A Collection of
the board, Snglahd bea -_ a ast sfactory at a a paaee the last mar. 7 : NEW WARNER BROS. SMASH!
fielded with great tenacity an collapse preventec them rom Rather against speculatio
spirit reaching the large total which at Brown enforced tne “follows Tinh a | handsome pat-
Over 100 runs of Australia’s one time seemed probable , instead of taking an hour and a SYDNEY GREENSTREET: DAVID BRIAN
total came from the bats of Neil Sheppard and Simpson put on {quarter's batting practice He Sere" Pies by 1D wit on |
Harvey and Ray Lindwall, 124 for the first wicket before the |probably did so because the Pee ee eee terns made by
Harvey played a_ splendidly former, who had never looked as as was so dead that such / ig iN /\ |
nfident knock including ten comfortable as his partner, was | Practice would have been of no é ( ¢ |
Teslance before ne was snapped up bowled shortly after the lunch ih j8reat value. Indeed it speaks on 7 * | Manufacturers
f Pe aoe eed S nea cited : es 4 ;volumes for the slowness of th BRIDGETOWN
behind the wicket by Godfrey terval by Roy Smith, medium fasi I nthala that * the arene _ i NAD OE d |
Evans. left-arm. Smith, whil 2 was i a oughou e 5 - § yee |
Bite edreaite” tues to Ada uted Prisatin cheat for Ox, | Whole of the New South Wales NOW PLAYING 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. and Continuing of note
oa ty" TR crap, . ©}. : first innings Brown did not have .
Bedser (four for 45) Trevor Bailey ferdshire in the Minor Countie one man on the boundary daily
(three for 28) and Freddie Brown Championship in 1947 When New South Wales follow. |
(two for 63). Slow Fie ed on, with a draw as the only |
The Scores : Slow rier obvious outcome, the damp rather | .
s S; Immediately after Sheppard | dreary proceedings were enliven-} CyOststs Paty tat < Pin
AUSTRALIA FIRST INNINGS fell, Simpson was also out—|ed when the tiny umpire, whon POSSESS PSCSESOOS OF OOSPOCOPSOOPOSOS ot
1. Moroney ¢ Hutton b Bailey a caught at mid-off in trying to hit |the home players addressed as| ? ¥ .
Bt snew aaa eaten Ae i left-arm spinner Gerrard. Morally | “Pop”, raised his hand after an % CALLING ALL CHILDR EW! %| Stripes
K. Miller ¢ McIntyre b Wright .. 15 it might be claimed that each o! eo Apres against Cooper, the} : 1] d
L.. Hassett b Bed-er 2 these batsmen had scored a cen- \ 1ome captain, But Cooper con-| % y la’ ’ Y al an
® aya e'ecas Sons) a | fury. The outheld, on which. ave | tried Jn he janings peouabiy eal § ee eee nee
D. Tallon ¢ Simpson b Brown i inches of rain had fallen the pre-!e result’ of intervention by |
i. Johnson © Simpson b Bailey .. 23 A. V. BEDSER— vious week, was reported by critics | mone coe spoke to the Lan pIES. ‘ To the DRILL HALL Fancy
Fe hae ae ee 1 ~~ England’s Best Bowler in Australia to have been the slow- ie” ball sman apparently had hit|
Extras 56 byes, 3 leg byes, 3 no balls 11 eee est they had seen for years. The = K THIS AFTERNOON AT 3 O’CLOCK Stripes
5 a ball dragged and bumped across it Scores: 1§ i i
Total P ‘ MCC Gam: so wearily that Sheppard could] ™.C.c. First tnnings (Simp on 66, Shep-| % There will be TOYS of every description, cheap TOYS, - :
Fall of wickets: 1—0; 2—69; 3~-116; persuade it to the white fence only | para a, as s expensive TOYS, TOYS FOR Boys, TOYS for Girls
eee. "ese : 218 ‘ i ee ee elem , th 3~80) 27 :
ae ie eee To Be iene dor thee ue ee lee siitree li, Mequiâ„¢: COUNTRY x1 LUCKY DIPS, PONY RIDES, GAMES of CHANCE Prices
BOWLING ANALYSIS Fowler and aiso hit inree Reena i ScbtehA et or Bring your parents, there are interesting things for
Bailey Ye es Garies. L. Fowler ¢ McIntyre b Berry 19 them too—CHRISTMAS CRACKERS and DECORATIONS Per Yard
Botese ny 4 es orgotten Parkhouse, much in need of F, Cote CoM ea: SOE CARDS and TAGS. NEEDLEWORK, NOVELTIES,
r ft < , practice, batted attractively for]|v. McGuire c Bedse > fi pe 4 - - .
| re ¥ Teaser iF three-quarters of an hour, before | & Wotton. c ane Mae ee 1" SWEETS, CAKES, COOKED FOOD, PLANTS; y From. _ 'e
—_—! ar rom Our ry Corre pondent) hooking fast bowler Searle and | & Ellem b Bedser 40 FLOWERS, VEGETABLES, at eo)
This FO pa a” ts giving an easy catch to short leg I ‘Tanase aoe c t Z 1 : %
: é : » seventh of the terwards only Dewes who com-)\p, c sn Bailey . 3)
. 9 fa tour, will long be the subject of pleted another half century real. | ; ancy "s et 1 A A BS) to
Today 8 Cricket Rrergearky It was played against; ly got on top of the bowlers and ee - THE ANNUAL BAZ R % .
y ie Ww South Wales Country XI and]from 188 for four the scoreboarc! Total we :
Gantes was originally arranged as a two-|changed to 274 all out, Small Howling: Bedser B84 -.Warr 2—21 Under the Distinguished Patronage of His Excellency >
F Divisi sible nusen ue play was pos- cance the I pet. a ae Balley 2 31, Brown 2—49, Berry 1—1i4! the Governor and Mrs. Savage s
irst ivision @ > cause of rain on the first} capture in the last quarter of an S.W. COUNTRY XI — 2nd Innings ©
iay. And on the second each side hour of the first New South 3 eae uae molt th sale , AT 3 p-m. TO-DAY x ave @ er 0 t
December 2, 9, 16: . ompleted only one innings, at the| Weles wicket without a run on \y “payior not out M7 The Police Band under Capt. Raison will be in attendance 3 v i
College vs Wanderers at College, | end which the MCC were 27 i mania: Brown close in oh the J. Cooper not out 20 i ais 8 é :
Umpires: J, H. Walcott and D,}runs behind their opponents. i seen dene ee ee ADMISSION: Adults 1/- — Children urses 6@
Roachford. Australians, stating that the ene offered by Maguire off Total (2 wkts) 66 reaulataanein gst % 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
Carlton vs. Pickwick at Carlton. | Match had become a_one-day| ¥ 2!" - PPLELOLEL SELES ESEPOE ESOS SS SSE SO OOOSS00°2
Umpires: T. Sisnett and L. Spellos. | #ffair, asserted that the MCC had W.K. At Gull Bowli"g: Bedser 1—8, Brown ‘14.
Spartan vs. Lodge at Park, Um- | been beaten—whjch morally they On the: seco ay, SSS SSS
pires: C. Cumberbatch and L, E. waee~-Ut under two-day rules iinet iterating’ oer ere =e SOOO DDO OOOO
: the game was not finished and the 4 . ‘i Comarniy: tne
King. shed and the most unusual spectac Jas x ‘
uy * : . se Cc pre stitie, po oe nos § spectacle was the ~
Empire vs. eae at Bank ae, were justified in claiming a sight of Godfrey Evans, Englana’s | % CRESCENT ¥ 1S
ae 8s. C oster and frog Ret teetMasiilieg: by first choice wicket-keeper, field- x
a c the MCC, only a fighting innings bets "5 Wee tate tener x BICYCLE & DEPT ‘ ms
Intermediate Bile tae ni ee ae pote since Evans has played in a match x x
" ° in vhic > as or
December 2, 9, 16: score of 142, saved them from ‘hat, behind. ie athena oe x STORES /
Y.M.P.C vs. Windward at] complete rout. Apart from him,]this occasion he did so in order |¢ WHAT A CHOICE !
Beckles Road. Umpires: G. Fords ae 4 Simpson and Brown man- in afford additional practice to % Hercules Biqycle- and Bieycle ¥
and J. Hall. aged to reach double figures, It] Arthur MacIntyre, second strin Parts are delivered to you with &
Cable & Wireless vs. Mental} was indeed an inglorious display] stumper, e % all art jewels, cosmetics and % WHAT A SELECTION !
Hospital at Boarded Hall. for a touring team and coming so} The pitch itself remained slug- | % Resor aay Aatoeaver + Srey %
narewoad.| "ATR ant W) rei vinen Yorke future,” "| Were" unable Wo exten aay hfe | aaitadh "Ae If LOVELY CREPE ROMAIN in 6 Enchanting Colour
arewood. appy ome wv the future , xtract a or Phone B61 2.12,50—2n, * a
i ic s. Spar at the Mainly responsible — for »jfrom it at all. In the circum- |% ; cae @ $2.40 per ¥d.
F eek. Uae Go krcher be C. MCC collapse wes weitinm-iene stances, therefore, and even al- | %6066s00G0C05009CSCS000R WHITE CRESPO LOVABILLE ...... @ $1.36 per Yd,
Batson ih bowler John Bull-—and that's his] !owing for the fact that the 399999995009 G599998S9990F PLAITED TAFFETA in 10 designs @ $1.47 per Yd.
Dla ial ny ites ‘ : 5 alos jv | Opposition was only, moderate, the | % eee are we PLAIN SPUN IN WHITE and 10 more Colours
Wanderers vs. Empire at Bay. }] real name who claimed six MCC did well to dismiss their |& % @ 88c. per Yd
Umpires: G. Clarke and W. Bay- | Wickets for 24 runs, He played in aR GEE te t ee i.
‘or . grade cricket last season for the x FITZ. 0). PRESCOD % ALL one aa hijo BA Ara eee @ 4 J per a.
; . bie Vavely 34 , sais ack an ose Mesa ca astray D $2. r i
Second Division Wavely Club, Sydney, but was u ; Building Constructor g @ $ Pe
never considered good enough at son To-day x ,
December 2, 9: i to ply, - the New South % WORK UNDERTAKEN ON Many more Materials are awaiting your Inspection
es seconc :








Commonwealth R’ McDonald © snd b Brown 9 Ladies’ Home at Drill Hall
immureag- ok: deeb b- mners 6 3 p.m. $ SPRING HALL PLANTATION STANDARD HARDBOARD SHEETS
scm ; O. Lambert b B 5 Meeting Officers’ Mess 8.15 g side 1/8” thick 4’ ,
Dismiss India z Bull ¢ Berry b Hollies 1 p.m. % mae 3/16” “thiek Yh > . mo a "
W. Pickles c Parkhouse b Bert 17 n TO-NIGHT » Sq. ft,
For 82 R. Roxby not put 20 % - 4
xtras
; Boo Music by CLEVIE GITTENS TILEBOARD SHEETS
SOORBAY, Tipe, fae a The Weath S Admission by ticket CREAM, WHITE & GREEN ‘ as rE
_The Commonwealth touring} ,.. of wickets: 149; 249; 3-49; e eather $ 4’ x 4’ & 6 @ 52. sa. ft. . Es
cricket a ee in oe 400: 5-06; G—'P4: 7-124; 8-125: 9 .0:DAY $ DANCING from 9 p.m. to 3 a.r.. GA R Y M F R RI ‘+ Bact Freee
Second “Test” here to-day dis- | t52 TO- Brie it aa Bert Fees
missing them for 82 before tea. Bowling: Hollies 16--3—39—5; Berry } BAe SOCESEG SSH ~ — __ Tom Tully
At the close “the Commonwealth | 00-1 4h-4;.Brown. tok 81; Glee Sun Rises: 6.02 a.m, ASBESTOS WOOD SHEETS Produced and virectes by OT {QO PREMINGER
were 55 for 2 in reply eohie ce sty 8 2 Sun Sets: 5.37 p.m. hello Boys and Girls, Remember 3/16” thick 4’ x 4” & 8’ @ 14e, sq. ft. Serean Play by REX CONNOR « Adaptation by Vicior vas, Frank
India lost eight wickets for 38 ~ MLC.O, ist Innings oe ee Quarter): the : P. Rotenberg and Rotert E. Kent + From a Novel by Williars!. Stuart
against the four-man Common- * Li ecember 2
wealth attack and only their cap- | ® T. Simpson ¢ Mannix b Bull. 25 Lighting: 6.00 p.m, GRAND DANCE B. R. C. METAL FABRIC



D. S. Sheppard ce and b Bull 4






















































tain Vijay Merchant and C. S.}w. G.’a Parkhou-e lbw b Bull 0 High Water: 10.09 a.m.; No, 3€—3” x 3” mesh
Nayudu were able to reach double a o DeWwe eo Roxby. b Hil a 9.49 p.m. ibe No. 65—6” x 6” “ * : i
figures. ; ‘lose Ibw nman 2 ; ; ar > 9—3” on a hap we: ‘ : ;
Six men were out for “ducks” 7 i ae eee co aek YESTERDAY Mr GORDON BROW NE or vei ” mn weight i ;
Frank Worrell, West Indian swing ¢ ‘Sed ie ¥ eta 1 ' : NO, 2 ” ” > 5, 9
bowler took 2 for 23. Ramadhin My , Wace b pickies 5 Rainfall (Codrington): Nil at the CHIMING BELLS UNITED TERRIFIC OPENING TO-DA Y Sf
is not in the team ’ x prey not ay; pate eadlte . Temperature (Max.) 84.0° F in eee ae eRiti Panne SAC, THE 4 TRE
Merchant batted five minutes] W. ©. Hollie: ¢ Beattle b Bull , é Temperature (Min,) 74.5° F Marchflela is > { ’
over three hours for 37 and Nay- ma tees Ele Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) ADMISSJO¢ ae Bo 4 EMPIRE <
udu 76,minutes for 29. Together Total "42 E.N.E.; (3 p.m.) E.S.E. Muse hs “Maclesiie’s Orchestra WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. 9 |
ae po~ oak ‘Al : Ly Fall of wickets; 1-24, 2—24 4-33 Wind Velocity: 15 miles per rans nine a te Bon 5 . ; Extra ! Extra !
Me Tent eieorens powtar Manic 4287; 581; 6-92; TM; 8-122; ots Serial aad . boooooacooc ENSeSooooneccosece OC “CRADLE OF LIBERTY” in Technicolor
2 o : ro : ‘ * AVDIK ‘“
the ro ae eee wickets | Mi witne: Bull 6-24, Pickles © 2-28 | “ES a) 99.853 SCS BEAUTY AT WORK” (March of Time) =\
before the close. Roxby ' -29, Hinman 1—-30 : =\:
—Reuter, MATCH DRAWN |
DANCE | " ,
By Jimmy Hatlo IN aid of RESOLUTE SPORTS I M RI INNING AS FAS | ' AS I CAN
—<————=== At
RECOUNT?HAHal RIDICULOUS! G puasaune PLANTATION,
- ISE St. George.
THIS IS AN OVERWHELMING VOTE to get a bottle of the new wonder remedy
OF CONFIDENCE FROM THE TO-NIGHT
PEOPLE! JUSTICE TRIUMPHS! Admission: 3/- (bir ticket only * + é
I ACCEPT THE MANDATE Dancing 9—3 MAGI OIL .
Music by “Ho! e” Jord ‘s <
OF THE MAJORITY - MPiokete nor Transistable ca ‘
| ma ae i HEALING I hear it’s a product I can’t afford to be with-
———— = out, because its useful for so many things. I |
os )
( RISTMAS M s I : } mean to keep my whole family fit by using
° |
i / , F J I US ( it for coughs and colds, and to end colic and i
/ . 2 *t . . : }
“th CI e See nae eee diarrhoea in a hurry. And do you know it i
_ 7 CROOKS! ROBBERS! \ pig een se re seaeee can be used externally for a massage as well,
~~ (/ STUFFED BALLOT BOAES! \ — Wiisic’ ch the Gaihediel an Ui focht 133 ect
it, HIRELINGS! GUT voTesiv 2 ie eoueiire — eee to ee pain and to treat cuts and bruises
tl THIS ELECTION IS A BLOT ON at 8.15 p.m. —and as if that weren’t enough it can be used
= =; ’ ®
THE NATIONS ESCUTCHEON! iat i a ie for animals and poultry too.
I DEMAND A RECOUNT! dral will be by prosramme. That’s why T° Ik
Th. TAKE IT Vee ri y gramme, hat’s why I'm running, not w i y
fale aati ee? nM Copies will be on sale at Breet Werns $8. mg
sUPREME COURT! Lee the Advocate Stationery nearest drug store to get a bottle right away
_ — Se | . ‘A from Saturday, 2nd Decem- ; , : . ig
SRE \ fe ber, at the following prices:
AS . Programme of admission to F
lof NA
pal } , Nave—1/3 per copy ) b
< (Se F # sA\ Programme of admission to y 5
a A) FA { Gallery (Upstairs)— { | 5
a ‘ | 6d. per copy } l i} é
“es | ?
: AFIS SN ——— STOKES & BYNOE LTD.—AGRNS ———————————————————— —————4
a _—







Full Text

PAGE 1

SATURDAY. DF.CKMBPR .' 1930 BARBADOS ADVOCATE IIBEE. itMitiHiiiitiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniHHii CUOMBNGS examine* IHHIIIIMIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIHII imnnilltmiMj THE TROUBLE WITH MR. BEVIN High Blood Pressure Kills Men & Women rtWfe wrth fcaadjf, HP Jar bMnj (oo 1 |r. Whole Scliool Uses Daily In Class \\ ork BARTOW. Flu All 454 pupil* m the Bartow High School are studying the Tampa TrlbttM PriiRiijji Vi rnon w 'i learners ho thounht it was a shame xo few hitfh sCMOl p ,; lDl*natd In "The boy* read the sport* page, the girls look at the society page*. and that is about all vwith the exception of the fun-; nies," h< Mr Dcxdtt said hi thmiallt| newspaper reading should bo taught in the elementary grades. from probably the ilfth and sixth grades In the upper high school grades, he told his leuchers, pupils should be able In read a newspaper with n good deal of intelligence and to distinguish between piopogniui.i ;imi > %  %  He said the Tnfrumw "because we like it" CM'ui newspapers will Isuid. The ytmngstei-s ratd 10* P>pM and then discuss the day's news. Twelfth grade pupil.' arc (toll* Into their study a little mote deeply than the others. For example, thov are loofcinn toi PTOP*gondu In Russia's new "peace bid'. Others are studying i taking the newspapers Ik them and discussing what they and their parents would like to buv fr""> the adv HARBOUR LOG 3 Arrive Dec 15 To Reform B.G.s Constitution .1mm "II Dun I ..i rr.iiaii4.nl' GEORGETOWN. Nov. 2B. The three-man Commission to look into British Guiana's Constitution reform will arrive at Georgetown on December IS, says a telegram received by the Governor from the Secretary f State for the t oli •ion consist of Sir John Waddsti,.ton as Chairman. Professor Marie v.and Dr. Rita Hinden. Sir John was a former Colonial Secretary of UrHish Guiana and Goverilui <>f Bai i .do I Harlow alread* visited British Guiana, and Dr. Hinden is a member of the Colonial Economic and Development Council, and of the Colonial Labour Advisory Committee UNION ASKS FOR 4 WEEKS XMAS BONUS nr.tAHTUBXS M V C I. M C-pt T.. s,!,.. m v. i CJpl J.r|*. loi lx>mii>l.. Phyllt. Mark. AS Capl MrQulU B a rta saat Ceaal as, c..i !" Ooh*.. Mart* D* L*rrliiafta. Phik*Juiv AinrlaiaiMVit-tbii*. Uo-por. Uau. F*l(Fri ii< i GEORGETOWN'"^ The Municipal Labour Trade Union has forwarded to the City Council a request that employ ft-. be given four w e Christmas bonus. The eppttcatlon Was favourably received In principle by the Council, but has been referred to the Account' Committee who will report whether or not the Council ha? the money to spare. AHIIIVAl.tt H % n W I A Eltt* b..ii.. f.-i,dr Bailer, AmiMlf •a| Baun I>oru spt !" .. Hu> %  paeaSf Dora %  >*•>. FrMnlck Krwlry, Wvtarwl Chunf, au-U.* Chun*. Gloria Chan. UW Van WMCIV AtlirH (.Jill* Chaie. Car lion Dui Oi.ivTi.,.,,Donald graft % %  r."Orovi Stoker. IHnhold Fu.wi Harold lliw.c.i.. Naraun Mannaii, %  Patrick W From UntiMi Guiana I Frrnandri. V Tem*ndr*. B F*r. n .1.-. N IV..,i.f.i; %  H WUIciiw. V Wlllamta. R •up oavtd Kins H u BMford. I i N TT*P Vi-mnp Fr-manrlc*. itrifant rnv Mnwii'ii.i %  • L Uotct Hvlm n ... r> j u*nr,i,.i JsnaUti wn.*i, K lull: LaaMt. ryl Lamia. Will timer. DIM. Orenada: Cl %  P ' I'.-irFSflnflvld DBPAJtTUIUtB~B>' B W I A I i TrinW.4l Abraham. Phv A bra hi Tfc. '-' Mlriiwl I'uMrr. rislv Foaler. A.thur I I ivtla C.lflu*r. i %  On %  id omr Mr'.-tr. f)t Kdsat UiSwrfh ".Ml GMvli<> Hal' Ralph Muriav Ttiiw-i i> niWWl Foil Offiii IARCH. MAIL at 1 P.. .-. .!..:.-i HED MAIL .i lb* I S Fort Townahrfid will be i-li-n • .1 Po.1 PARCB MAIL >i 12 noon un lbt> fltti Dnxiil'l IIIW RrUllSTERBD V.At|. ,l 2 vi U> SUi DKimbn, lana ORDBSAHV MAIL MI '>-. am -. tm Thr |. U portw Iti I I' A Mall* fnt Hi llui-i.. Fr.ir.n-a W ftmlth win be rlovd n( lh* Opneral Pnirl OtT, I HKII-I I'AIIC'K iirclaTTFJteil A UHOINAKV '"am or. Iha Snd DecemMAH. Have You Remembered To Revise Your Insurances ? Cost of building and property values continue to rise For your INCREASES and NEW INSURANCES CONSULT A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (Barbados) LTD. AGENTS FOR National Employers' Mutual General Insurance Association, Ltd. LONDON.
































©
?
ia ~
‘ %s
fi oN
Saturday it . is Price: ‘
f :
December 2 FIVE CENTS
i930 :
Year 535
I 00 M. P ‘ l | , j
-P’s Write . inese Drive Sou
Atti On A ; :
a
cee are: l owards P y ongyan
. $ . : sy
Commons Electrified
| COW Sag] |
LONDON, Vec. i. | va
WELL OVER 100 Lab . . .
our Members of Parlia- Dead Man 5
és ment today signed a letter to Prime Minister 99
— Attlee pin-pointing the atom bomb issuc e en ce .
= expressing their alarm. It is believed to have hswers
emanded the undertaking that the use of th ‘
atomic bomb would not be authorised until United u esti ons i TOKYO, Dec. 2.
Nations leaders had been consulted. There should|. CHINESE COMMUNIST troops and armow
be no question of leaving the decision to militar’ BELGRADE, Dec. 1 were reported early today to be pouring south
chiefs, and in the absence of undertakings on th: yea Zuyisi former Public Enemy] over the Chongchon River and closing in on the
: * : : t mn >, o e Cor orn : a ’ . i rape
subject Britain should withdraw her troops from| hed said was dead appeared in Eighth Army’s defence area north of Pyongyang,
Korea. person before foreign prestmer the former North Korean capital.

} The Prime Minister today sum-,'Truman since 1945 when—in aun Tee i i io real hope
moned his Military Ministers and ]almost different world—he called News of his release from prison Observers in Seoul reported wy gy Mee ee he P :
advisers to a conference in pre-|in Washington to inaugurate the vetlel te Mewed heteed eet that, if the Communists threw in another savage
paration for his visit to Washing-|/\tomic Energy Commission = e e@ a week ago. ; ’ Unitec

| ton. Earlier, he met Foreign Sec- As the House dispersed, no I have been placed in a posi offensive on the Chongchon pattern, the United
retary Ernest Bevin and other|answer had yet come from Wash- : Sed Bar r a to prove I am alive Nations troops could hold the line.

Cabinet leaders for the first of ajington—but the day ‘has ended . Te 2 eRe tO Pere ee YOU ir LO east and norrneast
series of urgent consultations on|with heightened confidence. This} SQUAWS of the Papago Indian tribe, seen taking part in their “taka” journament, tho finals of which an see for yourself,” he saia Almost the entire area to the hn a a aioe ts ¢
— promerary ee van he will pee pees.6 600) * oe Britain, win os held during the 25th Annual La Fiesta do !a Vaqueros (Feast of the Cowboys) which will take The 52-year-old former Minis of Pyongyang was free to the ened 3 ne
ave wit esident Truman. as_asserted her will to regain a; pa ‘* Tuseon, Arizona, next February. The anci eut game of Taka is apparently the fore-runner of oo: aa eee ‘ ots _ . e y slaught on the
Latest reports from authorita-|position of influence in world| th: modern game of hockey. A small wooden ball serves as a puck, aid long hooked sticks serve to - s re ee a manoeuvre for another flank on 8 iles
tive quarters suggested that the] affairs. | propel it between goals some 200 yards apart Express jos ty HARA GF Veceesla entered Fighth Army, which is concentrated along 40 miles
Prime Minister would fly to } ——_—_—___——_ — - nt ’ Peni ]
i : take. ae A Reuter’s message from London the cenference room smiling of the western part of the Peninsula.
ees yong, ee wna’ tee said that Prime Minister Clement Pl n nd s Dressed in a blue suit, white shirt P In turn there appeared to be
world crisis generally. Attlee’s proposed flight to Wash eve: f e : e e ang ive potted tie he sat down ino «Creal «hope ) «of §=6defendn
Arbos ‘Service leaders present | ington for consultations with Presi-| lve Ne} Yl ] S _ Fe er — and egal ~ | Pyongyang unless a oe
at today’s military conference! dent Truman was front page news S h Fi questions for nearly an hour, re I AO P EDs 1 |perimeter was formed round the
were Defence Minister. Emanuel|in the world’s newspapers to-day. | cnuman or. : faxed os aot estnies smoking, The reparec city. And the probabilities were
Shinwell, War Minister John Stra- In some countries the visit was | ' : â„¢ ads fer ach bd ocean report oO ssist 1e oa : ae ons va mit
chey, end Field Marshal-Sir Wil- | considered to offer a respite in} London Talks oO et entre : - ; ee orced into such a position |
passe he
liam Slim, Chief of the Imperial} the face of almost inevitable war,}| | Pecastaite: a prod Ln would be bypassed by the ¢
General Staff. while there was increased | | — said “treatment was very nt ibl * munist armies who would then
Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin] anxiety in political circles in| LONDON, Dec |! | & Ha ddided shat eete . as aril ean have a virtually unopposed road
and Defence Minister Shinwel!| ther countries. The Foreign Office announced | n hed alten hie eee onunie to drive into Seoul and the south
were at the carlier ministerial] president Truman’s statement} this afternoon that French Prime or elle Uu < ss - an Svery OPPOrvVlirty . . , J Guards at Pyongyang were wafn-
j . ” inietar . 7 P ' . to change his mind t al CURACAO, B.W.1., Nov. 30 ’ .
meeting. that the final decision on using eens pate See oe aes ' treatment but through education. Dr. S, Daniel Neumark of the}ed late last night of pores
An © t In House the atom bomb rested with him- sth Oe Ee ee heats (From Our Own Correspondent) Zuyick told correspondents tha | United Nations Food and Agri attacks by Chines ‘ eee
xe y self was welcomed in most, “' °° See ; , he was “unfortunately” no longer «| Cultural Organization on Thurs Seoul reports told of Chines
eink ‘ arters morning for talks ‘with Prime Min- LONDON, Dec. 1 member of the Yugoslav C day told the West Indian Con-|dressed in dirty white Korear
Quarters close to Attlee said he qua 3. Dts | ister Attlee and Fereign Secretary te 2 : Se tae ’ ee iat Part 7 e gosiay Commu ference that F.A.O. is prepared |peasants clothing trekking sout-
had so much ground to cover in Following are the reactions to) Bevin before Attlee leaves fo: A DESPATCH from Mr. James Griffiths, Secretary o ["'St Party . ach srate further with the|]ward with thousands of terrified
sare amet a chiefs imaton. Proposed visit to Wash-! Washington. 5 State for the Colonies, on the proposal to set up a Wes Soe Caribbean ‘Commission regarding | Korean refugees
that-tt mteies over be fenaey Lae re “ey ots se ag ge te Indian Students’ Centre in London will shortly be receivec — implementation of resolution Renald Batchelor, a Reuter cor-
. ay . ent said’: “ . nc ASSi r : . . Aina “ aa ‘ 7 a . j Tes rer
fore he left. WASHINGTON.—One = American) eens on the Fersien Secre- by West Indian Governments. The despatch follows < “Little As bly”’ for corpemenenes Sard aves of eee re sore Sa
British Overseas Air Corpora- newspaper said _ that en ae Scie et a ; meeting last ni sht at the Colonial Office when Mr. Griffith sem Vv agricultural development in ar Foe Ox sritish and + ustre -
: ; bs eaciaa tar’ s g following an & g € en Mr, Url 5 - bbean territories lian tr lug in on a hillside
aon ve een es Sorcntat, — to ba org exchange of views through diplo- received a five-man deputation of the Executive Committec M t C © ‘ meet oe : ‘leat aight catiasitia nh with-
mettnaxieeratates nye th dake: Attica Curhmindet asteukt in stein mane Saanete between ‘Paris of the West Indian Students’ Umion who stressed the need us ontinue a aheerver, ithe, ce ontieenee drawal of the last elements of
a ert and London during the last few for such a t at Delis nerd the Unite’ Nations forces from
to Washington. ern Korea was to propose to} 9.0. or such a centre, + Swen entitled The Importance of Agri mate :
Attlee has communicated to cross the ocean to meet oir ine been agreed that Pleven The deputation cc osisted of Me Inquiries culture in Caribbe i foawarny the Chongchon River
President Truman a list of the Marshal Stalin and to offer Sch si 1 ES ‘ r Il. D, Carberry (Jamaica) Presi- Wit Reference to the Worlo
: ns s t Se an §$ 4d come to Lon- . ' ) . + +4 ith eference oO \ Wor 7 nn streame
a he ent . aatem. ‘ him the choice between =e : dae EE eins, colleaaties Amas Shoppers dent of the West Indian Students oe ‘ad oe i Market, The paper stressed the Sua eka one auantte is nraae
© 18 expected to be in America peace and war before Attlee leaves for Washing- Union; Mrs. Pearl Connor (Trini Peak he ; f Seem Jimportance of agricultural devel Saat: D sa schiasdil
+ : aves as et Laad\s se ay my to-night instructed the “Little As- ing | American and Australian
end Mantr borton ee vee h Truman’s advisers a urged ton, The French Ministers are Burnt To Death Reet aan —_ aerak eet sembly” to contiene inquiries into ae end eee oul mae fighter bombers and the lack of
: him not to go ahea rith|expected i Lond t ! r. sianey owa amaica); |. womple ; Chi pe seen in the perspective of its}, ac. ) by » retreat-
(Minister for Commonwealth Re- thécoeebosat fh ante W Se oF on on ‘tomorrow ; i‘thida tect eins se and Mr. Nutton Griffiths (B.G.){° complaint by Nationalist China} relation to industrial develop- bridges blows, up by, the Ry rea
lations Commonwealth coun- proposal, they sald. morning euter, HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, Dec, 1 . : . against Russia. The assembly ap- 4 ‘jing United Nations forces
ations) as . Thi rted sal ms Te = id seh aie During the discussions lasting },.). an ment, There was the need for The picture this srning was
tries are being kept informed of § repo proposal may Ten Christmas shoppers and proved by 35 votes to 17 with sev- : F . he picture this morning wa
lain British 1 Minis~- slerks were in g| eme.and a half hours students . ‘ ; land planning, agricultural guid-|o¢ wary United Nations forces
developments. explain British Prime Min clerks were burned to death in a inwed Mr.-G en abstentions, a resolution deal- ance and agricultural leadership |%..\ y : re
Attlee’s announcement, which ter Clement Attlee’s decision Allies A ree To department store here yesterday as be out to ir. rifiths that ing with Nationalist China's com- Ce at H Nell Fuhey a Trini. digging in along a new ie a
tollowed exchanges with Britain’s to fly to Washington at only 8 while a 16-year-old boy ied others | there Was He central meeting point }plaint of threats~ from Russia to unin chad F 7 [ing on Sunchon about miles ¥
representatives in Washington on 48 hours notice, political ; to safety over the roof, At one |" West Indian students in Lon-|the political independence and ean tert ot hi tae north of Pyongyang. ee a
Truman's references to the atom observers here believe. German Plan time 30 people were trapped in a don, although Malayans and Afri-|territorial integrity of China and a Wauinark's paper. Woat Indian * ee ae ae Oe Palerea
bomb, quelled Parliamentary anX-| swepen,—British Prime Minis- third flcor toy fair. Six of them | °#"S Gk Oe te es to the peace of the Far East. conferences inaugurated in 1944 | sbandoned. .
iety which within a few hours ter Attlee’s decision to fly BONN, Dec. 1 followed the boy to an escape Mr. Griffiths it is understood, | Another resolution drew the at- by the Anglo-American Caribbean |
had been built up to formidable to Washington shows that oe “oer ennyee hide ladder when flames cut off. the Neer 5 eee of = et of “i a Rye Pa Commission are designed to pro-| In the northeast, the Commu-
roportions. x . : 3erman Chancellor to-day scored} main dcor. dea of a es ndian centre/sity of complying faithfully with| oo. a we . _|nists had ch ed across the
— ae pean ay fermen a diplomatic victory with the After an unexploited explosion und listened sympathetically as\a previous Assembly recommenda - sitet ith Sn itive United “rations” hes: in. the
A despatch i9 Gar: : cue: tim one 2 ees Allied High Commissioners who] fre }urned out the four-storeyed students put forward their |tion to promote international re- ss matters of ‘eomamioh, interest Chosin reservoir area and were
correspondent states that the on a democratic world’s policy | jn principle agreed to new pro-|pujlding, Kays Stores . views. lations in the Far Fast. The vote] °" ait P) reported only 30 miles from the
mood of the British Parliament is widening” au Liberal posals drafted by him on the New The fire statted nen wander He was told of the difficulties] ‘was 39 to six with 1s abs‘entions twin east coast towns of Ham-
since the announcement of Presi- Stockholm paper said to-day.} york conference decisions officials | 4)e¢sor put finishing touches to an| th®t colonial scholars have in ob- » Reuter hung and Hungnam, They then
dent Truman's Press Conference ’ “British , public opinion] said here. electrical Christmas greeting \ taining accommodation. It was v7 h) seemed driving hard to the east
statement on the use of the atom is increasingly demanding] In a discussion lasting over two A sheet of flame spread up the | Suasested that the need was for 7 2 Truman Accuses coast in a bid to cut off the scat~
bomb, has been one of virtual a more active intervention] hours the Chancellor raised the] so5+ of the build aE A a 1 ©! two additional hostels, one for men E . * : c tered United Nations forces in
oT ae ti ete of the London Government in] whole relationship between West} BR. We: SONSSE VARY eco? Lake Success. There is aj] Germany and the Allies. 5 ass ov 4 ,

. i . wtraat 4 LGeevintis | tecitnee fiths indicated that he would look a bright spot was that the United
feeling can best be judged from parallel situation in France”, One Allied official said the the street as firemen arrived













































: : : ; :
isi ‘ire fi . t atte > . “ mes States Second Division troops
the decisive speech made by it added Chancellor’s draft which reword- Fire fighters said that the ex- Se ae net. ' ‘a Atomic Weapons WASHINGTON, Dee, 1 trapped on Thursday just below
ive R. A. Butler just it added. : Pe a aa |plosion might heve originated e also expressed approval of President Truman today accused] K ; ‘ dolned conte
Conservative R. jus Oo President. Tr n’s| ed the decisions of Foreign Minis- |! g & th fo : y . : ata , y accused) Kunuri had now regained contact
prior to Attlee, He was criti- nm 'residen uman’s Aa arhuy vark Ree oat a several places including the he idea of appointing a Careers . WASHINGTON,, Dec, | Chinese Communists of .“naked| with the main body
cal of British relations with atom bomb statements and} te ee ad eae & sto | ball. The fire was the town’s worst Adviset to ensure that students Senator Brion McMahon, Chair- | deliberate and unprovoked”
the United States within the the subsequent explanations} More Cleat y nelr ad van ages © | since 28 died in a hotel blaze in when qualified could obtain em-|man cf the Senate-House Atomic] aggression in Korea and asked 4
Atlantic Alliance. He lamented in Washington, the paper] the Germans was “quite a good | 19539. Reuter. ; ployment in those parts of the}|Energy Committee sharply chal-|Congress to approve a $17,850,000,- TELL THE ADVOCATE
the lack of Britain’s influence commented: “One fact we eet epee he ee Colonial Empire where they were }lenged to-day a suggestion tha’ !000 fund to strengthen United THE NEWS :
in the combined counsels of the remains. The United States i a ite Son fast the acte cae most urgently needed. Russia might not have the atomic |States defences, In a message to ' Pitas
maa eae sae oe | rn, ee a i _ Statute ‘shoud be fabinced by a NINE PRIESTS TO BE sey Griffiths said that he would | bomb Senator Owen Brewster |Congress the President said that the Ring 3113 Day or Night.
an as no ee ay place the bomb at Genera toh lee A 7 2 e to see more engineering anc |(Republic.n, Maine) made the sug-| gravity of the world situation : ’
strongly enough up to date. MacArthur's disposal with- ita” Grant Gemma ee SENTENCED TODAY technical students. gestion in the Senate Senator required that these funds be made - pine aaa eee,
E d out heering the views of the sania anirmotital basis PRAGUE, Dec, 1. He was then told that another | McMahon (Democrat, Connecti- |available with the utmost speed, 7 mee
An rsement : tong though the| Should be on contractural basis. a q , ’ ; urg@cahed whe cs | Dei n |
ndo United Nations t ough e But it was understood that The Czechoslovak state prose- eed was for the tab-)cut) replied : “Evidence available —Reuter.
Referri Communist China war in Korea is being wage¢| wigh Commissioners were unable|‘Ul* demanded “the severest lishment of more university for over a year indicates the
Prone ae eee. ee i ® the Unitec “this 2 , | penalties” fo : ‘atholic] Places for colonial student: partic- | Sovie ax ; /
Butler said there were two views. in the®name of the to decide on this and agreed they | Penal or nine Roman Catholic es F ni dents partic-} Soviets did explode an atomic
He would accept neither extreme Nations”. must leave this to their Govern-| priests, who are being tried for ularly in medicine. | weapon and are to-day in the
On the one hand, some advocated | npnywarK The Canservative | Ments—Reuter. reason, when theis trial was re- me aa rs aoe Seutetion ; business of manufacturing them.”
admission of China to the Secur- 7. ey se! ear ear eae sumed here today. ; - at more scholarships —Reuter.
ity Council. He coulgl not accept National Paper . oe - In a two-hour speech he strong-| Were needed and suggested that e a eee
that at this stage when China ee eee thet enna Pe ttle Russia Repeats ly attacked the Vatican and its} in future scholarship allowances ;
was undoubtedly acting aggres- to ape a en, oe : “obedient agents and servants in} Should be pegged to the cost of | ™ .
sively. At the same time he wy “yeti . diffeuities until " the Enquiry Demand echoslovakia”. living index ! Soviet Proposal e e res
not accept the view put by ar- ~ %: ie p An expert in Church law called a
; . Y “ ast possible moment . ae
ren Austin, United States repre- ‘ ae ch State said: “The higher! :
: p ~ ; “But hope is not enough WASHINGTON, Dec, | ‘ rs eat n . «
sentative ity Council * : ay ' ‘} re mitary > sate: .
— ahaa oe ter,” aid The world must be prepared Russia has repeated its demand 1e Church dignitary, —e ere ae Peron Ho es F 7
wou < , a - evervthing a 7 Pow Be ‘ . a the crime and the greater the . ec, |
i py et pe Agent e = f for everything and Europe | that the Far Eastern Commission ae ; : or LAKE SUCCESS, D
But ary ‘to use the machinery c not the least,” it continued. should investigate the alleged use punishment The verdict is due “op ll so rpiie The U.N. Commission on Nar-
the United pba 2 bs Line pe ‘+ “Nobody can say what will! of Japanese forces in Korea to-morrow morning, the sixth day u Meat rip cotic Drugs defeated a new Rus-
“uae watiles “Catedi ately happen next, One can only The Russian Embassy released of, the trial heures. BUENOS AIRE I han Re gg the gk age tegetant
ame Pe say that the forces of demo- i . . rod Seatac S. f RES, Tec Nationalist from that body and
endorsed on behalf of the Gov- Se ei ia-aatiee hone statement made by the Sovie POCKET CARTOON President Peron told British| . : . . bee
- 2 » views put by eracy are the only guarantees | « mpbassador, Alexander Panyush- rfenche 5 eet tee Alc ritish} seat the Red Chinese represen-
een all the ews f ) for peace kin, atrumstionats mening of Ane by OSBERT LANCASTER oe aor os he —— ti tive. The nue mrgpone ve
This in itself is sensational,| GERMANY. — West German] Commission charging a “gross 17 de Octubre sailed for Paden Date. Cantal "Eeypt . France
but in his brief 20 minute Chancellor Konrad Aden-] violation’ of the Potsdam Declar- a heed ee a) renee ONE Ry Pe eel
speech there were more sensa- auer said here that the ex-| ation and Far Eastern Commis- ere eee oe aoe iran, Biexieg, fart ae sane
tions. “We want to get a set- pansion of the Korean conflict | sion policy decisions.—Reuter. Meron it 8 - 3 ; Gays FN®, Turkey v« ted against the ussion)
tlement with China”, Attlee must be prevented through : it was disclosed today,| demand.—-Reuter.
emphasised. It would be esti- international negotiations i ae, ne —— when, accom- |
mated that the Foreign Office “We hope that a_ third Taft Will Support pi ou i ROUT | te visited the
here feels itself capable of World War will be avoided British built liner last Tuesday ae ny
reaching a settlement with to spare the human race its War Effort Argentine meat shipments to the First lest Match
Pane as eagle gat ne been greatest disaster.” He de- ‘ ( nae Kingdom have been sus- On? ‘hs
placed = on is poin yn clined to comment on Presi- or ae nee ; pended cver price differences LATEST R ‘om
speeches from the three Gov- dent Truman’s atom bomb WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. ince July 21 he the first
ernment speakers in this de- statement American Republican policy Leiter, Brisbane, where the
bate. a ; leader, Senator Robert Taft, to- Test Match between Eng:
After a brief mention is 3 bp BELG"! —The news of ee day promised oe scale Republi- | eee sabe lend and Australia is
Atlantic Pact rearmament, Attlee prospective cross tlantic | can support of the Korean war "
came to the heart of to-day’s dash to meet President Tru- | effort as President Truman cal 1 MYSTERY JETS FLY | being played is that rain
question. As he spoke of Tru- man increased anxiety in| Congress leaders to a conference OVER BERLIN | prevented the resumption
man’s reported statement on the political circles here. Circles |on the military cr of play on the second day.

atomic bomb, 500 members of Par- close to the Belgian Govern-

liament below and _ hundreds ment believed that the Cabi-
above in the Press and public net meeting to be held later
galleries held their breath. today will denart from rout-
= . alled ine matters to discuss the
The Prime Minister calle latest political and military
attention to the United States developments in the world |
MacMahon Law which requires situation.

the President's permission for the

use of atomic weapons. INDIA. Indian Gover=nent















This correction of Truman’s auarters welcomed Attlee’s
originally reported statement did decision to visit Washington
not satisfy all hearts But Att- rpreting it as mission
lee’s next statement assuaged ace”
tremulous hearts. It was an They declined to comment
assertion of collective responsibil- on President Truman’s refer-
itv—and of British intention to ences to the use of the aton
have a say in the great decisions bomb
that now must be taken on the
Far Eas Armee police to-day charged

Witt 1e climax of relief be- [and broke up hundreds of work-
hind hi “e continued tofers demonstrating in the Cathe-
his decisio visit Washington.]dral Sauare Milan, in protest

Nothing cc Kuve been more|against President Trur tate-

welcome in 1 fear-fraught | ment that the United vere

r 1 the prospect] considering isi atomic
decisions _might | bomt
diplomacy be- In Rome workers in many
mier d the] factories, stopped 1
Ot nutes in pro
been te visit the atom bomb declaf&tio



—Reuter.

i

. ‘ Fhe 1
Senater Taft said: “‘Republicane |









are will.ng to dc iything neces-
sary to meet this dangerous ua
tion ‘Mummy, isn’t
“Republicans would support| {rudi and the
measure calculated to Fring Sin on a vlo
relief to hard-pressed United | | can’t 1
Nations forces in Korea,” Senator | ‘ ,

Taft added.—Reuter.



NEW YORK, Dec. 1
The Assembly decided to have
the U.N. Special Committee on
the Balkans keep watch on
Greece’s Northern border for
another year. This was
three Greek resolutions over-
whelmingly approved by
Assembly the other two
Eastern European
return Gre
from the





t et

Works

nW

ferjul :

huusemaid

ed

Dd. so

'
1 hed

U.N.S.C.O.B. TO KEEP WATCH —

BERLIN,
fightex
swept

Dec
Four

jet

¢tionality, low over

of un dentified

the)

It was doubtful whether |
there would be any play,



western sectors cf Berlin at mid- at all. When the first

lay today. American representa- day's play ended on Fri- }
| ives in the inter-Allied air secu- day A lia ll ou

. y Austra were allo

aéiy centre declared that the jets a
vere not American, according to for 228 runs in their first |
a German News Agency.—-Reuter. innings.

ON GREECE’S NORTHERN BORDER

to §

7)



vith

home
vote on

Committee

resolutior
appr

¢
4——U ith fi



keeping

Yugoslavia

the Bz





abstentions

Since all
viously
gth

three
been

easures



th

he National Political Commit
dispense

had ably decided to
th the general debate to sp
ffect largely nullified h
¢ lengtt ex atior



votes by various delegate



discussed
and approved it said t







One would have expected th? |
Assembly’s President to negoti-



ate with the Government for |
the repeal of death sentences |
issued by Military Courts. The|
other would have recommended |
general amnesty, the cessation }
of Americar and British |
‘military and political interven- |

tion in Greece” and the holdir




of “universal and free Parlia- |
mentary e ion the basis |
a portinal representat ¢ |
j

—Reuter. |

‘

BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY THE

BARBADOS BOTTLING CO., LTD.

Listen to the COCOA COLA NEWS over Radio Distribution every
evening. Monday through Saturday from 8—8.15 p.m

OF COCA COLA COMPANY BY


PAGE TWO



Caub Calling

NG COMMANDER L

I
W EGGLESFIELD,

General of Civil

A
Director
Aviation for the
British Caribbean Area returned
from Grenada by B.W.1.A. on
Thursday, accompanied by Capt
F. W. Farfan, Pilot of B.W.I.A
and Col. Kenneth Merrylees,
Senior Engineer of Sir Alexander
Gibb and Partner of the U.K

Capt. Farfan and Col
eft the same evening for Domini-
by the Lady Nelson and
Wing Commander Egglesfield is
expected to join them there early
next week

Christmas Dinner
BP pe war the Annual Christmas
Carol Service at the Mora-

vian Church in Roebuck St. a col-
lection will be made. Proceeds
will go to help give poor people
of the parish a Christmas dinner
The Service will take place on
Dec. 15th at 7.45 p.m

With B.0.A.C.

R. AND MKS. CAMFSELL

BUCHANAN left on Tuesday
afternoon by B.W.1.A._ intransit
for Jamaica Mi Buchanan is
Sales Representative of B.O.A.C,
in New York City. He is on his
way home.

Back From U.K. Visit
R. AND MRS. DONALD V.
SCOTT who left Barbados
on October 28th for the U.K. on
a short visit returned via Trinidad
yesterday morning by B.W.LA
On Holiday
RS. L, CHANG YIT of Trini-
dad who was in Barbados
for a holiday last year, returned
on Monday by B.W.1.A. for two
weeks, She was accompanied by
her two daughters, Edris and
Corinne and they are staying at
Indramer Guest House, Worthing.

Back Again

ACK

in Barbados for two
weeks’ holiday, is Mrs. Inez
Wilson of St, Vineent who

visited here on sever
She arrived on Thursday morning
by the Lady Nelson accom-
panied by her daughter Yvonne
who has come over for the first
time. They are both staying at
Indramer Guest House, Worthing.

Mrs, Wilson is the wife of the
ilanager of the Lyric Theatre in
Kingstown,

Civil Servant



PENDING two weeks’ holiday '

here in the interest of her
health is Miss Ione St. Helene, a
Civil Servant attached to the Sec-
retariat in St. Lucia. She arrived
on Tuesday by B.W.I.A. and is
staying at Indramer Guest House,
Worthing.
Formerly With CandW
M* FOSTER MACDONALD

who retired from Cable and

Wireless in British Guiana is now
Manager of the lumber yard of
Messrs Geo. Bennett Bryson &
Co. Ltd., in Antigua

Film Actor

MANY PEOPLE, Edric

Connor is best known as
a West Indian who went to Eng-
land to study engineering but
later took to singing He has
"ow proved his versatility in
another — direction When the
film, “CRY, THE BELOVED
COUNTRY” ir released, Connor
will be seen playing the part of
John Kumalo

Merrylees |

§ to the



MRS, C. L. BIGGS

Married In Canada
nC SHEILA JOHNSON of

Barbados and daughter Of the
late Mr. and Mrs, Arthur L.
Johnson was married on October
14th in Orillio, Ontario Canada to
Mr. Cecil L. Biggs, son of Mr, and
Mrs. George Biggs of Coldwater
Ontario,

Miss Enid Malone, daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Malone who
was in Ontario at the time of the
wedding was the Maid of Honour.
The honeymoon was spent at
Niagara Falls and the couple are
residing in Toronto.

Visited Home Town
ISS MARGO MARTIN who
is a teacher at Alice Ottley
School in Worcester is visiting
the Leeward islands after many
years. She spent some time in
her home town Plymouth, Mont-

serrat, where her family had
interests in the Cocoanut Hill
Hotel. She expects to be in Bar-

bados early in January to return
U.K. on the Gascogne.

Arrived Yesterday

RRIVING yesterday from

Trinidad by B.W.1LA., intran-
sit from the U.S: was Mr, Harold
C. Bishop, Special Representa-
tive of the Gulf Oil Corpn. Mr.
Bishop expects to be here for
about ten days and is staying at
the Ocean View Hotel.

Mr. HAROLD ©. BISHOP





| We are pleased to announce the arrival from England
of

Mr. GODFREY P. WATTS

English Horological and Watch Expert who
will be in charge of our Watch Repairing

Department.

ALFONSO DB. DE LIMA & CO.

Corner of Broad & McGregor Streets.

LADIES’

White, Black,
Silver, Green,

Gold,
Grey,



NEW FOR
THE FAIR



| CLARKE’S SHOES | Ladies

all INFANTS, CHILDS

Sizes

Red .



Your shoe Stores for “ARCOLA”
MANSFIELD & LILLEY&SKINNER dress shoes

. white . . Brown





REAL SCOTS

BISCUITS

baked in Bonnie Scotland
at the Sunshine Biscuit
Bakery, Glasgow, where
good biscuits have come
from for over 90° years.

Ask for these favourites to-day:

Bermaline (Digestive)

Empire Ginger Nut Rich Tea

WYLLIE,

Sole Agents :

ee

BARR
H. P. Cheesman &







Glacier Wafer
Cream (

SCRIBBANS—KEMP LTD.



Cream Sandwich) Shortcake
racker Tbin Wine (original
with
& ROSS LTD
Co, Ltd. P.O. Box 173 Bridgetown





f





* while Mr.

CANADIAN SHOES






Acting Manager

R. GERALD THOMAS whol font

Inter!

was recently appointed
accountant of Barclays Bank
Antigua is now acting Manager

A. Bates is on a few
leave
A Tribute

7 EGRO VICTORY”

wecks’

is

title of the official biogra- oa
m.

phy of the late Dr, Harold Moody,
founder and first President of
the League of Coloured Peoples
of London Thé author is the
Rev. David A. Vaughan, of
Camberwell Green Congregational
Church, who was a close friend
and minister of Dr. Moody. The
book tells of the struggles of Dr
Moody to achieve success and his
efforts to combat racial prejudice
by peaceful methods This is a
book which should be réaqd and
treasured by every West Indian

Warnings
EST-INDIAN-BORN Dr.
Arthur W. Lewis, Professor

of political economy at Manches-
ter University, is writing a series
of articles in the Sunday
Observer, His first article
describes and enumerates the
fectors which contribute to the
economic depression of a coun-
try. There are many warnings
in this article which should be
heeded by West Indian and other
Colonial economists,

Returning To B.G.
EAVING London for the West
Indies last week were Dr.
and Mis. Payne of British Guiana
and T. R. Martyshaw of the
Leeward Islands, Dr, Payne, who
is President of the Medical
Association in British Guiana, has
been holidaying in England dur-
ing the past six months,
Saturday, Dr, and Mrs. Wallen of
Trinidad, who have made their
home in England, staged a fare-
well party in honour of Dr, and
Mrs, Payne. Among the guests
were Dr. and Mrs, D. J. Dingwall
and other distinguished West
Indians,

Novelty For Mac
ON HIS WAY TO New Zealand

in a week or 80 is MacDonald
Bailey, who will be taking part,
with other front-rank athletes
from U.K., in the Centenary cele-
bration meetings at Christchurch
He hopes that some of the time in
the Antipodes will be spent in
Australia—when there’s a Test
match on! On the return journey
to U.K., Bailey is stopping off at
New York. There he hopes to
experience a novelty for him—-
indoor running é¢hampionships.
His main object in the New York
visit, however, is to study physical
instruction methods at Universities
and schools there,

On Record Now
T OUISE BENNETT Jamaican

author and singer, has made
her debut in another field. The
Melodise Gramophone Company
in London have recorded two of
her songs, The records are on vale
in London and have been used in
the B.B.C, Home Service, Louise
tells me that she hopes to make
some more records of Jamaican
songs in the near future.



TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

45 COLT REVOLVER
AS GOOD AS NEW
$25.00 ONLY

Police Licence necessary









MIRRORS
WE ieAoey
JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
AND HARDWARE









623 7.62

ALL SHADES 84-10”

1.60,

1.67, 1.88

per pr.

CANADIAN STYLE HATS 5.60

EVANS and
WHITFIELDS



i

MANSION POLISH

MIN CREAM
JAXA POLISH

Last |

BARBADOS

Programme

B.B.C. Radio | Rupert

|

RDAY, DEC. 2, 1950
â„¢ Orchestra, 7.30 a.m
he thi Programme, 7.50 a.m

ie, 8.15 a.m. The music of Fred

dy Randal! and his band, 2.45 a.m. Goi

iN | onial p.m. Gat |
vs. Tranmere Rovers, 12.30 p.m Wee |
to differ, 1.00 p.m. Interlude, 1 idk

| Racing results, t
declare,
doesn’t know, 2.30 p.m
Us, 3.30 p.m
The Daily Service, 4.15 p.m. Strik
the | the muste,





0 To

|

17, Spun thread. (4)

Down
1 What an unruly crowd here, (3)
2. Here you have a canopied shrine

BK



‘

|

t [his kind of turtie nas no ane
t

[4A

3 and 14 Down

5
7
18
2g
24. To draw or paint. (
25

4
6
7. Bewildering
8.
9

2
4. See 13 A *
i

Questions, 12.15

1.3 p.m Anythi
2.15 p.m What the Lom
Seas bet!
Sports Review, 4.10 m
6.00 p.m
Strict tempo dance
Australia vs
the bounty,

p.m
Pm

, 10.45 pm laymakers banc
â„¢m jal

Hear it again

CROSSWonD



Across

popula: compuser, (6)

ts this mn money maker tor tre
smallhotder ? (4)

the graduate the bre»
ration coupon means a clerk
(India. (4.

it may be worth While Ww try. |
It is nO anger tina
shows patient submission (1)'
Therefore nothing short. 1%)
Fidgety when youre this less. (4
To the sapper it’s watered sil«

(3)

) As noosed repes go this may br
the result of a trial, (6)

2 Existed. (3)

4)
This American is hal! British

(
16 See lv Down

)
3. Bitty short of a typewriter knob
(5)

(3)
find

. This age is cheap travel.
. Not as large seemingly. (6)
. Money you mee get or give.
situation to
yourself in, (4)
. River of double existence. (4)
. Pled yellow bird—humorous end

a
it remdily solved. (10)
cross. Sparkle. (5
. Foreign if it’s ex this. (4)
Not





., Xyster: . a
alf; 16, Axle: 17 ‘1

>,

: 14 aner; 15,
18, Ted: 20, Ope,

We undertake to repair all
kinds of Jewellery at reason-
able prices with delivery in
three days.

Our chief Jeweller

Mr. D. ARCHER

with 35 years experience
is at your service.

ALFONSC B. DELIMA & CO.

up
Listeners choice
music

England, 6.3¢
7.15 p.m

R of
> papeeny Bib ve
mary, 8.15 p.m. Do
yon rah 820 a, Theatre
p.m. w juagergent on Anthon

1

a

h-



CARDINAL POLISH

For Business or Leisure. .



7

|

10 = |
16. )

)

Dun, 7, Late: 8,
Tact; 18, Taxi;
ty . Racing
9, Lu :
8 tah

pt,

$

3

%

%

~

9

>

y

3

x

The ‘Double Two' collar-attached
shirt has a double life! When
the original collar wears out, it
can easily be replaced by a new
one, supplied with every shirt.
‘Double Two’ shirts are made
from fine fabrics in a wide range

of colours and designs.

Dut icy

SHIRT

with patented SPARE COLLAR

ebiainable at:

On Sale at C. F. HARRISON

& CO, (B’dos) LTD.
Agents—JAMES A. LYNCH
& CO., LTD,

START NOW TO RENEW

| YOUR HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS—

SILVER STAR CONGOLEUM Pe
A wide range of Patterns and Sizes

ALUMINIUM CURTAIN RODS & FITTINGS
PICTURE CORD & RINGS



THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
COTTON FACTORY LTD.





——..

ADVOCATE

. thon A,



jock wags his tail at Rupert and
hen he suddenly turns and runs
way at the sound of footsteps.
Next moment a little girl is looking
« Rupert with a puzzled frown.

“Oh, dear, I hope you don't mind
ne being here,"’ says Rupert ner-

vously. “Is this your garden? |
know | oughtn’t to be here, bur

’s Autumn Primrose



—24

7 |





i

|

|

Jock the Scottie turned up with |
primrose in his fur and | specially
wanted some primroses so | followec
hit.” He pauses and looks at her.

“T say,”” he adds, ** surely I've me: |

|

you ,
Quite-Contrary ? "
says the little girl, “* and no wonder
look

I'm contrary. Just
”

gar

a my

at

CLUB MORGAN —

and enjoy a delicious Steak or Southern Fried Chicken
Dinner

DANCE
To the Island’s peppiest swing music
DIAL 4000 FOR DINNER RESERVATIONS

Listen to the Cinb Morgan Hit Paraders at 8.15 on
Radio Distribution. /





EMPIRE

TO-DAY 445 & 8.30
and Continuing

20th C.-Fox presents ,

“WHERE THE
SIDEWALK ENDS”

Starring
Dana ANDREWS
Gene TIERNEY
MERRILL &
Bert FREED

Gary

TO-DAY & TOMORROW
4.30 & 8.15

Republic Big Double .

Allan “Rocky” LANE &
Eddy WALLER

“BANDIT KING OF
TEXAS”

AND

“POST OFFICE
INVESTIGATOR”

with

Warren DOUGLAS

Audrey LONG



—-— - = = -





——= =

ROYAL

TO-DAY & SUNDAY
4.30 & 8.30

Columbia Big Double .. .
Jerome COURTLAND &
Ruth WARRICK
in

“ MAKE BELEEY?
BALLROOM *

AND

“ BANDIT OF
EL DORADO”

|

with
Charles STARRETT &
Smiley BURNETTR

OLYMPIC
TO-DAY to MONDAY
4.30 & 8.15

Columbia Smashing Double
Joyce REYNOLD &
toss FORD
in

“GIRLS SCHOOL”
AND

“TYRANT OF THE
SEA”

with
Rhys WILLIAMS
Ron RANDELL

ely





———————

DECEMBER 2. 1950

SATURDAY,











your Entertainment whiie
you Dine

THE CHINA DOLL RESTAURANT

NO. 6 MARHILL STREET
PRESENTS A RECORDEV PROGRAM
TO-NITE From 8 p.m. = 10 p.m.

featuring
The Hot Shot and Bermuda Orchestras
The Crooners—Rod Clavary and Harewood
and The Scintillating Calypsoes of
LORD COFFEE

Dial 4730 for Reservations

eel
AQUATIC CLUB CENEMA (Members Only)

MATINEE: TO-DAY at 5 p.m.
TONIGHT to TUESDAY NIGHT at 8.30
“HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN”
Starring Sette Davis, Dane Clark, Joan Crawford, Ida Lupino,
John Garfield, Paul Henreid
and many other well known Stars.
A Warner Bros. Picture

| For











Special Matinee : This Mornirig at 9.30
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello
“MEXICAN HAYRIDE”



in



=~

PLAZA Theatre—sRIDGETOWN

Warner's New Smash Hit!





| Joan CRAWFORD in FLAMINGO ROAD”

with Zachary Scott, Sidney Greenstreet, David Brian

NOW PLAYING 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. & Continuing



Two Special Shows TO-DAY 9.30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m.

Duncan Reynaldo as &

PLAZA Theatre = OISTIN

“GAY CAVALIER” “TRAIL TO MEXICO”







| TO-DAY 5 and ¥.30 p.m. (Monogram Double)
| Jol Mack Brown it Jimmy Wakely in
“CROSSED TRAILS” “TRAIL TO MEXICO”
| MIDNITE Show TO-NITE. Big RKO Action Doubie!
George O'Brien (in both)
{ “BORDER G-MAN” & “TIMBER STAMPEDE”
iS Soe a SUNDAY & MONDAY 5 and 8.30 p.m, 5
“PARTNERS OF THE TRAIL” & “CISCO KID RETURNS









;, VAEETY

|

(The Garden) ST. JAMES

Tames Oliver Curwood's
“WOLF HUNTERS”

TO-DAY

&

8.30 pom,

Duncan Reynaldo as Cisco Kid
with Kirby Grant and the “IN OLD NEW MEXICO”
Wonder Dog “Chinook”



SUNDAY & MONDAY 8.30 p.m. Matinee SUN 5 p.m,

rown in

Johnny Mack
IR ss”

Leo Gorcey & Bowery Boys in
“HARD BOILED MAHONEY” “PRAIRIE E



GLOBE
TO-DAY 5 & 8.30 p m. TOMORROW 8.30 Only









| e by JOEL NE» Directed by FREDERICK De CONDOVA

f J by JULES SCHERMER + A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE
| Extra! Extra !
{ TOMMY DORSEY and His Orchestra







OUR 1ST ANNIVERSARY.
DEC. 3rd 1949 GLOBE DEC. 3rd 1950

‘One Glorious

Outstanding
SHOWS

STAGE

Local Talent on Parade

All Star Talent Nite
Super Star Nite
Kiddies Carnival
The Jovial Choir

Music in the Meanwell

Manner

Jitterbug and Jive Contests

Jam Sessions
Keyboard Cocktails

B’dos All Star Orchestra
Three in One Contests

Now For Now Talent
Stop The Music

Jeffrey’s Beer Varieties

Treasure Nites

Heineken’s Beer Nites
Trinidad Calypsonians
Foolish Heart Song Contest

THE THEATRE
Outsta

Pierre Blondini

(The Magician)

The Hot Shots
Andres Dalmau

Landy De Mont

Ray Nunes (Cre
The South Am
ette

The Bermuda C
Cedric Phillips
Miss Nell Hall

and such outstanding FILMS as <-
HAMLET—ROSEANNA McCOY

Mrs. Stuart’s Cabaret and MIGH
Mannequin Parade

Judy Graham's Caribbean
Revelry. i EAST

AND TO START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT...

FLASH GORDON

STARTING

MONDAY,

Ow Thanks go out to Mr. Clevie Gittens and his orchestra and Messrs Morris Gay and
Kenneth Mason and the several persons who volunteered to be judges on our TALENT SHOWS.



(A serial with thirte

DECEMBER 4, TO

ARTISTES

Coco-Te and Calypso Joe

Rod Clavary (Croone-)

A DATE WITH JUDY—MY DREAM IS YOURS se

Year of Movie Joy’

THAT GAVE
nding

YOU =j
Outstanding

DISCOVERIES

The Milton Quartette
The Jubileers Quartette
Leroy (9-year-old Trumpeter)

Fautleroy (9-year-old Calyp-
sonian)

Fitz Harewood (Glob’s Super-
Star Crooner)

Evans Bascombe
Trevor Marshall

Eddy Hall
Reg. Casey
Clayton Thompson

Orchestra
(Violinist)

brun

yoner)
erican Quint-

Irchestra

TY JOE YOUNG—MY FOOLISH HEART

SIDE WEST SIDE—BLACK NARCISSUS

en thrilling chapters).

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7TH
SATURDAY, DECEMBER

2. 1950





Attacked by the Right
for being too Lefe,



ACCEL

_ THE



Attacked by the Left fer
being too Right.



Whole School
Uses Daily In
Class Work

BARTOW, Fia.
All 454 pupils in the Bartow

High School are studying the
Tampa Tribune
Principal Vernon Dozier told}

teachers he thought it was a shame
so few high school pupils were
interested in the newspapers.
“The boys read the sports page,
the girls look at the society pages,
and that is about all they read,
with the exception of the fun-|
nies,” he said.

Mr. Dozier said he thought
newspaper reading should be!
taught in the elementary grades,
from probably the fifth and sixth}
grades. In the upper high school}
grades, he told his teachers, pupils)
should be able to read a news-
paper wifh a good deal of intelli-|
gence and to distinguish between
propaganda and honest news. |

He said the Tribune was chosen |
“because we like it’, Other news-|
papers will be studied later, he
said.

The youngsters read the paper
and then discuss the day’s news.

Twelfth grade pupils are going
into their} study a little more
deeply than the others. For ex-
ample, they are looking for propa-
ganda in Russia’s new “peace
bid”. te

Others are studying advertising,
taking the newspapers home with
them and discussing what

buy from the ads.



3 Arrive Dee. 15
To Reform B.G.’s
Constitution

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Nov. 28.
The three-man Commission to
leok into British Guiana’s Consti-
tution reform will arrive at
Georgetown on December 15, says
a telegram received by the Gov-

for the Colonies. _The Commis-
sion consist of Sir John Wadding-
ton as Chairman, Professor Har-
low and Dr. Rita Hinden.

Sir John was a former Colonial ,

Secretary of British Guiana and
Governor of Barbados. Professor
Harlow already visited British
Guiana, and Dr. Hinden is a
member of the Colonial Economic
and Development Council, and
of the Colonial Labour Advisory
Committee.

UNION ASKS FOR 4
WEEKS XMAS BONUS

(From Our Own Correspondent)

GEORGETOWN, Nov. 28
The Municipal Labour Trade
Union has forwarded to the City
Council a request that employees
be given four weeks wages as a
Christmas bonus. The application
was favourably received in prin-
ciple by the Council, but has
been referred to the Accounts



they |
and their parents would like to|

——~s

| Sch



Committee who will report
whether or not thé Council has
the money to spare.

Have You Remembered To
Revise Your Insurances?

Cost of building and property values continue

For your



HARBOUR LOG

In Carlisle Bay

Sch. Anita H., M.V
Precise, Yacht Tern IL{,
Sch. Molly N. Jones,
Sch. W. L. Eunicia, Sch. Zita Wonita,
Sch. Gloria Henrietta, Sch. Rosarene,
Frances W. Smith, Sch. Mary M.
Lewis, M.V. C. L. M. Tannis, Sch. Phyl-
lis Mark, M.V. Lady Joy, Sch. Enter-
prise, S Sch, Gardenia W. Sch. Ada-

Sch. Laudailpha,
Blue Star, M.V
Yacht Axelle,





lina

DEPARTURES
M.V. Cc. L. M. Tannis,
Capt. Tannis, for Grenada
Schooner W, L. Eunicia,

41 tons net

38 tons net,

Capt. Joseph, for Dominica
Schooner Phyllis Mark, 58 tons net,
Capt. MecQuilkin, for St. Lucia

In Touch with Barbados
Coastal Station

Cable and Wireless \ West Indies) Lid
advise that they can now communicate
with the foliowing ships through their
Barbados Coast Station

S.S. Cavina, Colombie, Alcoa Pegasus,
Goheo, Maria De Larrinaga, Philosopher,
Atheistane, Victoria, Dieppe, Bali, Fyl-
gia, Regent, Pioneergian, Hecuba, Byf-
jord, Meline Fort Townshend, Tug!
Dragon, Europe, Oranjestad, Manoeran,
Southern Counties, Lady Nelson

Seawell







ARRIVALS—By B.W.1.A.L
From Trinidad:

Enid Bailey, Clyde Bailey, Annette
Bailey, Ingrid Bailey, Richard Bai y,
Doris Spencer, Henry Spencer, Doris
Kewley, Frederick Kewley, Margaret
Chung, Stanley Chung, Gloria Chung,
Kavreelis Van Westen, Albert Catlin,

Narian Chase, Carlton Duncan, George
Collymore, Donald Scott, Emily Scott,
Joseph Seales, Kenneth Spencer, Groves
Stoker, Reinhold Fusser, Harold Bishop,
Norman Marshail, George Drummond.
Patrick Wallbridge

From British Guiana:

I. Fernandes, Y. Fernandes, B



Fer-

nandes, V. Fernandes, N. Fernandes, G
Fernandes, B, Willems, Y. Willems, B.
Willems, David King: H. G Seaford, I

Trafquada, N, Tranquada, A
Yvonne Fernandes, (Infant)
From Maiquetia

Jose L Lloret, Helen B. Wheeler,
Rosemary J. Wheeler, Jennifer Wheeler

Tranquada,

| From St. Lucia:
Henry Laurie, Beryl Laurie, Williem
Grace, Dunean Shuttleworth.

From Grenada:

Kenneth Merrylees, Capt. F
fan, W/Cmdr
From Antigua:

Canon Herbert Hutchinson, Grace Hill,
Patricia Hijl
From St, Kitts

Nora Adamson.

DEPARTURES—By B.W.I.A.L.

Ww
Lawrence Egglesfield

Far-

For Trinidad:
Winston Abraham, Phyllis Abraham,
Anthony Abraham, Brian Abraham,

{ Mary Milne, James Milne, Thelma Milne,
ernor from the Secretary of State

(Nellie Fleming, Kaye Foster, Peter Fos-
ter, Michael Foster, Elsie Foster, Arthur
Foster, Adsulin Glaude,
For Grenada:

Orrie McSween, Dr. Edgar McSween,
Norman Boyd, Genivieve Dalton, Joseph
Clyne, Ralph Murray, Thomas Towers

MAIL NOTICES

wails for United Kingdom by the S.S
Golfito will be closed at the General
Post Office as under:

PARCEL MAIL at 2
December, 1950

REGISTERED MAIL at 12 noon on the
6th December, 1950

ORDINARY MAIL at 4 p.m
6th December, 1950.

The public ig advised to use this op-

p.m. on the Sth

on the



portunity for Xmas mail to the U.K
Mails for Martinique, Antigua, St
Kitts, St, Thomas V. I., New York by

the 8.8, Fort Townshend will be closed
at the General Post Office as under:

PARCEL MAIL at 12 noon on the 6th
December, 1950



REGISTERED MAIL at 2.30 p.m, on
the 6th December,

ORDINARY MAIL 3 p.m. on the
6th December, 1950

The public is advised to use this op-
portunity for Xmas mail to St. Thomas

& U.S.A

Mails for Br. Guiana by the Sch
Frances W. Smith will be closed at the
General Post Office as under:

PARCEL, REGISTERED & ORDINARY
are at 10.15 a.m. on the 2nd Decem-
ver, 1950

TROU



CUMMINGS

tt examines

‘af sepport from wnexpected
quarters,

CEEUEED EUCLA E r =

BLE WITH MR. BEVIN



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Ce





His hand that fed
them being bitten.

Subjected to outrageous
misre presentation,

Even his friends present problems such as...



Having

characters...



Baldwin On
Emigration

WRITING in the Sunday Pic-!
ex-Gov- |

torial, Oliver Baldwin,
ernor of the Leeward Islands has
criticised Colonial Development
in the West Indies. He alleges
that acres of sugar land are lying
idle in the West Indies while the
people in Britain still find their

sugar rationed. There is money j
to be made in the West Indies,
says Lord Baldwih, by people

with a little capital who are pre-
pared to start pottery, woodwork-
ing, and concrete building blocks,

and larger still poultry farming.
In Lord Baldwin's opinion over-
population is still the greatest

West Indian problem. To solve
this, he has advocated emigration
to Liberia and Florida.

The Royal Bank
Of Canada

Barbados,

RATES OF EXCHANGE
Closing Rates



Bridgetown, BW.



December 1, 1950
LONDON
Selling Buying
4.8125 90 Days Sight 4.7225
4.8175 60 e » =4.7375
4.8225 16/30 ,, » 4.7550
4s ,, 4.7625
Ys » » 477
4.8240
(Min, 24¢.) Sight 4.7750
(Min. 2/-)
4.8240
(Min, $1.) Cable 4.7790
Coupons 4.70
4.8240 2 (Min 1/-)
(Min, 12c.) Bank o: ng
land Notes
ae YORK
72 4/10 r. on
or ¥ Monies 70 6/10% pr.
Sight or De-
mand Drafts 70 4/10% pr.
72 4/10% pr. Cable
71% pr. Currency 69% pr.
Coupons 68 4/10% pr.
50% pr. Silver 20% opr.
CANADA
(including Newfoundland)
64.6% pr. Cheques on
Bankers 62.6% pr.
Demand
Drafts 62.45¢ pr
Sight Drafts 62.20% pr
64.6% pr. Cable
63.1% pr Currency 61.1% pr.
Coupons 60.4% pr
PARIS
Demand
BAHAMAS
482,50 Demand 477.50
INTEB-COLONIAL a
Ya%e pr. Demand 2% disc
(Min. 25¢ (Min, 25c))
Wr pr is Cable
(Min. 50c.)
pons 1%% dise.
i's Min. 25c.
JAMAICA
481.255 pr. 477.5
(Min. 25c.) Demand (Min. 25¢.)

481.25% _ pr.
(fin. 80c.) Cable

The above Rates are subject to chanse
without notice.



to rise

INCREASES and NEW INSURANCES

CONSULT

AGENTS FOR

LONDON.



A.S. BRYDEN & SONS

(Barbados) LTD.

National Employers’ Mutual General

Insurance Association, Ltd.

to consort with





Egyptian
sabre-rattlers.
London Express Service

disreputable . And fearsome



ec
ace x Queen

SSO:

?










qycHLANG
QUEEN

{ cot C H WH 1Sky ¥)

Ye , ‘

\ allel rtbliwar dig
ge i ry 1H

lhis sovercign Whisky possesses that
distinetion o favour which will claim

your allegiance from the first sip,

HIGHLAND
QUEEN

SCOTCH WHISKY

fi SCOTLAND

Sole Imp

rlers

W.S.MONROE& CO.,LTD.
Bridgetown, Barbados.

MACDONALD LID, DISTILLERS, LEITH, SGOTLAND.

ne

CORK TIPPED

he,

A cigarette

perfect freshness wherever

CRAVEN ‘A? are bought. rare (j lla ' j ty

The largest-selling Cork-Vipped Cigarette in the World

IMPORTED FROM LONDON, ENGLAND

——

Quality is the sum
of little skill
in blending —added care

things — extra









in packing —i ence on





MYNAH

BRAND
For those who
enjoy good Tea

Grown, Blended and Packaged
in Ceylon,

"

A combination of




Quality and Economy

MYNAH TEA

is obtainable at all Stores

E OUNCE «5:6 405
2 ounce

} pound
pound



High Blood Pressure
Kills Men & Women

Twice a8 Many women as men suf-
fer from High Biood Pressure, which
is & mystertous disease that starts
about the time of Change of Life and
is Che real cause of much heart trouble
and later on of paralytic strokes. Com-
mon symptom of High Blood Pres-
sure are. Nervousness, headaches at
top and back of head and above eyes,
pressure in heed, dizziness, short
breath, pains im heart, palpitation,
pe sleep, losa ot memory and energy,
easily excited, fear and worry. If you
suffer any of these symptoms, don't
treatment a single day, because
fe may be in danger. Noxeco
vecly Known aa Hynox), a new
al discovery, reduces High Blood
‘sure with the first dose, takes a
heavy load off the heart, and makes
you (eel years younger in a few daya.
Get Noxce from your chemist today,
it is guaranteed to make you feel
and strong or money back, >












POMADE as your HAIR dress-

ing. It straightens the hair, and
vids the sealp of dandruff, USE
RAZOL Pomade as directed, and
you get startling results, without
distressing your pocket.
Distributors ;

THE BORNN BAY RUM CO.



ee LLLP POPP FSIOSSOOIOOO

JUST RECEIVED

-



THERMOS VACUUM
JARS

Wide Mouth
& Pint & 2 Pint

Also
REFILLS
for 8 Pint & 4 Pint

SOLA ALLL OAD BOO



C. CARLTON BROWNE

Wholesale & Retail Druggist
186, Reebuck St. Dial 2813

LES SSE CLAS ABEL

SOC AA PPFD OLDS ESP PAPAS PF FF SS 2







Pkas. Pie
Bots, Cherric
Prune
Raisin
Currant
Mixed
leliug
na Cream
Table

Peel
Sugar
Milk
Butter
le Butter



ine Pears
Tins Apples
Tins Cheese
Tins

per + Ib

Nescate
Ti

Peanut
Peanuts per Ib
And our famo xxx and xxXxKxXx
\
}
}

RUM

STUART & SAMPSON
LID.

Headquarters for Best Rum.

|
|
|
|

SEE US FOR





! a a mmrmsarrenmrero—

LOVELY





1ACOD 4 con
‘ PE ms
Sean E TO



aoe



rrr Pan



PAGE

rHREE.

























handy, ag
VICKS INHALER

Just a few whiffs of the
effective medication in this
handy Inhaler and your nose
feels clearer in seconds ...
whether it’s stopped-up by a
cold, by dust or bad air.








So convenient... you can slip it
into your pocket or nentoog. fe's
darely the size of your little finger!
Use it anytime















. anywhere.

Prcay Cummins
says to you:

“It's wonderful the way Lux
Toilet Soap leaves skin softer,
smoother, I always use Lux
Toilet Soap — it feels like
smoothing beauty in.”

You can use the same beauty care as
lovely Peggy Cummins, Simply wash
in warm water with the fragrant,
creamy lather of Lux Toilet Soap,
then rinse with cold. Pure white

Lux Toilet Soap brings out the natural
loveliness of your complexion, leaves
your skin feeling fresh, looking

so radiantly soft and smooth,

LUX
TOILET SOAP,

THE FRAGRANT WHITE SOAP OF THE FILM STARS

a LEVER propvor



GIFTS

SAYS SANTA

Assortments

i
)
a t {


Saturday, December 2, 1950

CRISIS

NOBODY who loves Barbados and is in-
terested in its future prosperity can view
with satisfaction the daily condition of
Bridgetown. Yesterday this newspaper
a competition which it has been
running in an effort to arouse the public
the practices
which prevail in the City’s main streets
under the publie’s gaze.



closed

conscience to disgusting

The gutters of Bridgetown by four o’clock
every day are chock-full with litter, fruit
skins, and refuse of all kinds. Even the
texture of the road itself is often polluted
with the droppings of animals. In the
alleyways of the city, men and women per-
form duties which in other cities are nor-
mally performed in urinals and lavatories.
Sridgetown is a disgrace to the conimunity
and it must be cleaned up unless this
island’s good name is to becorne mud
throughout the British Caribbean.

The people of Barbados have grown so
accustomed to drawing on the credit of
good sea bathing and a wonderful climate
that they are still unaware of how far
Bridgetown lags behind all other cities of
the British Caribbean.

They have allowed many of the island’s
beauty spots to be built upon without
thought or planning; they have, in spite of
spending so high a proportion of public
money on schools and education failed to
train a population in the first principles of
sanitation; and to-day Bridgetown is the
ugliest and dirtiest of the capitals of the
British Caribbean,

The people of Barbados have long held
the palm for an insularity of mind parallel
with the attitude of England to Europe and
influenced no doubt by a slavish imitation
of all things English. Fortunately for
England the people and government of
the United Kingdom have for many years
been appalled by the hideous growth of
English cities and towns and have for
many generations past taken steps to pre-
vent the cult of ugliness becoming the
State religion.

Trinidad has benefited from that change
of heart in England, due paradoxically to
the fact that Trinidad has enjoyed a less
liberal constitution which permitted the
Governor and officials of the Trinidad gov-
ernment to do things in the interests of
the Country’s development. Barbados on
the other hand has tied its Governors’ hands
so tightly and is so dependent on the slow
growth of local public opinion that not

even the most brilliant governors nor far-
seeing officials -have been able to take steps

which were in advance of Barbadian
publie opinion,

To-day the sad condition of Bridgetown
with its filthy gutters, its rambling over-
crowded streets, its antiquated shop fronts
are evidence enough of the loss that the
island has sustained, because Barbadians
have been more concerned with squeezing
the last drop of profit from their inheritance
than giving a thought to the kind of island
that is being left for their children to live
in.

Roads that used to abound in trees and
gardens are being built up throughout the
island on a scale that may well shut out the
sight of the sea except in a dwindling num-
ber of protected places.

Barbados to-day faces a crisis. It has no
town planning department and its police
and sanitary commissioners seem to be
powerless to maintain the ‘streets of the
City at even a minimum level of clean-
liness.

There is no need to go outside the Carib-
bean area to see what can be done, George-
town which is the best planned and best
regulated city in the South Caribbean will
provide all the answers. And a visit to
Port-of-Spain will show what can be done
when government takes effective action in
the interests of the community.

And if these cities are thought to be too
big by comparison, then Kingstown in St.
Vincent and St. Georges in Grenada can
both give useful suggestions to an island
whose main city of Bridgetown has already
earned a name and a reputation which
augurs ill for our continued health and

prosperity.



Our Readers Say:



Kensington New Road

To The Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—We the undersigned,

owners and residents of the mud-

hole known as Kensington New

acquire the





the Government (and care about
cleanliness and good health, and
not filth and germs and mosqui-
toes by the thousand breeding in
water one to three feet deep all
round and under the houses and
which takes six to seven days to
dry off) take immediate steps to
said

ADVOGATE | Man Who Took Laski’s Job Attacks The Communists
[= oe ee

- BARBADOS

ADVOCATE

At the London School of Economics, a new professor occupies the chair of poli-

tical science formerly held by Left Wing propagandist Harold Laski’ His name:
Michael Oakeshott. In this article he examines @ new book which gives an

American's answer to the question: Can we halt Russia without war?

Stalin’s Four Weak

To be clear-sighted in one’s at-
titude to Communism is difficuli
alike for the believer and for the
opponent.

The believer adheres to a theory
and a political programme, the
one often obscure except to the
eye of faith, the other dynamic
but suicidal except for the few
who may come out on top; and
in spite of the constant efforts
of acute thinkers, the theory and
the programme are always on the
point of falling apart.

The opponent, on the other
hand, if he is to be clear-sighted,
needs to know exactly what he
is opposing; and this is difficult
for an Englishman or an Ameri-
can, though it is not all difficult
for an enslaved Czech or a Pole.

It is easier for us to be either
hysterical about Communism, or
(like the BBC) to be ridiculously
naive.

Mr, James Burnham, a distin-
guished American writer on poli-
tices, has written a book* which,
if it does nothing else, should
help us to understand the precise
threat to our way of life whicn
is comprehensively indicated in
the word “Communism”,

Subterfuge

Up to about 1939 it was possi-
ble to become and be a Commu-
nist in this country from a variety
of motives, none of them entirely
foolish or deplorable.

The Russian Revolution, like
the French could appear as the
dawn of a glad day. And in the
time of Hitler’s rise or the Span-
ish Civil War one, might join the
party out of the generous impulse
to side with the down-trodden;
though many who did so were
quickly revolted by the crooked
thinking and _ subterfuge which
comprised its theory and practice.

This situation belongs to the
past,

The “intellectual” or the “emo-
tional’ Communist continues to
exist, but what was once gen-
erosity has regenerated into sen-
timentality, and the demand for
self-deception increases every
year, This “Communism,” how-
ever, cannot be counted = any
greater menace than a hundred
other pieces of foolishness.

“Communism” now is seen to
stand for something else; it
stands for the subjugation of the
world, including the peoples of
Russia to the oligarchy which
rules in Moscow,

The Communists who are sig-
nificant are those who comprise
this oligarchy and its agents all
over the world and (in those
places which are subject to the
immediate pressure of Russian
armed power) those who from
fear or an eye to the main chance

wish to be before-hand in their
allegiance to their supposed fu-
ture masters.

The Tyrants

To join the party is now to side

with the tyrants,

In short, “Communism” is a
menace because it represents
Russian imperialism,

The House

IT was singularly inappropriate
and outside the province of the
House to allow the Leader of the
Barbados Labour Party to deny,
on the floor of the House, allega-
tions made against his party. The
statements of a columnist in the
| Press has no place in the proceed-
ings of the House and the honour-
able gentleman who was respons-
ible for making that statement
cannot say that he did not unduly
impose on the indulgence of the
House even if he did not infringe
its rules. When I wrote of the in-
tention of the Labour Party to ex-
tend their period of power, I pre-
dicted that “they might be able
to clear themselves of the accusa-
tion of playing for time at the
expense of the highest indiscre-
tion,”

They have now committed that
indiscretion, .
In attempting to answer the

charge against his party, the
Leader could not help dragging
down others with m and it

seemed that the Leader of the
Opposition failed to answer him
omppapriately: The Electors’ As-
sol on has no newspaper nor
official scribe, according to Mr.
Wilkinson. Happily I am not a
member of the Association or I
would have insisted that as Mr.
Adams asked for an. answer he
should have had one, Even if the
Association had a newspaper, they
are entitled to it. They have h
cause to uphold and the columns
of the Press are today the most
} effective means of communication
‘of ideas. The Labour Party know
this and attach so much import-

F, A. Marshall

D. A. Marshall;

mudhole and L. B.

see if it is beyond his powers to
get anything done about it.

H. E. Andrews; G. Greenidge,
(Jnr.); Violet Gibbs; D. Haynes;
L. King; D. Marshall; L. Chase;

Greenidge; M.

Points

By Michael Oakeshott

And one does not need to be
hysterical, the victim of a scare,
or to be heedless of other threats,
in order to see this as a significant
threat to what we regard as a
civilised way of living.

In recent years several writers
have come forward to advise the
government of the U.S.A. on its
policy in relation to Russia, and
certainly Mr. Burnham is more
level-headed than mast,

His criticism ef present Ameri-

ean policy is that it is purely
defensive and that it lacks
precision,

Great energy is now being dis-
played in military preparations to
avoid defeat in a war with Russia,
but he thinks that less is being
done than might be done to defeat
Russian imperialist designs with-
out a war, *

There is the Voice of America
and there is the Marshall Plan,
but the precise objectives of the





Opponents of Russian imperial-
ism are not clearly thought out,
and the readiest and most
economical means are not being
made use of,

There are some people (mostly
Americans) who see the objec-
tive as the establishment of what
they call a world democratic
order; the only defeat of Russian
Communism ‘they recognise is
the substitution for it of a political
ideology of their own.

_Mr. Burnham does not take this
view. “Democracy” for him is a
matter of degree. And we do not
have to be confident that we pos-
sess the best possible institutions
in order to oppose Russian Com-

munism, all we need to know is
that Russian Communism is a



By Sagittarius

ance to it that they maintain an
official organ even although it does
not boast of being a newspaper.
Mr. Adams ought to have been
told that in the absence of a news-
paper the Association was entitled
to have their cause espoused and
by someoné who can put their case
to the public. When that is done,
then the electorate will be able to
judge who is the “villain of the
piece.”

He could not help indulging in
the pleasant pastime of passing
the buck. It was nt the fault of
his Party that the necessary legis-
lation had not been passed, It was
the fault of the Acting Attorney
General who was still drafting
the details of the measure. This
is an instance of what the future
responsibility of members of the
House who are ministers will be.
It is easy to blame the civil ser-
vant who must in any case do the
work and suffer criticism in
silence,

In this challenge to the Associa-
tion the Leader of the Labour
Party exposed his own hide. That
Party as I have already declared
would deny anyone besides their
minions the right of expression, It
is typical of the man who brand-
ishes correspondence between a
private company and the Govern-
ment in the House, refuses to
show members of the House, but
asks them to pass a_ punitive
measure such as a bill to take
away the equipment of the British

that I had been
stand that the
themselves were
as to the correct

H. R. Sisnett

N. F. Marshall;
S. Pipra-



December Ist, is incorrect. What
I actually said was to the effect

the particular section under dis-
cussion (Section 9), and that they
(the Wages Board) had asked

threat to much of what we valuc

supremely. y
Consequently, our objective
must be precisely to remove tha
menace. and to remove it with
out a war.

And since the menace must
remain so long as the present
oligarchy is in power in Russia

our aim must be to assist in over-
throwing that oligarchy by work-
ing upon the weaknesses of the
regime.

The present Russian Empire
though strong, suffers from four
principal weaknesses.

The great masses of the Rus-
sian people are themselves thc
mentally and physically enslaved
victims of thew government, ne
one of-the satellite peoples com
posing the empire is “reliable”
the Russian government must sus-
tain a rhythm of conquest or con-
fessvitself defeated; and there is
always the liability to the sort ot
defection now Known as Titoism

The Attack

In a series of chapters, the bes\
of which is called the “propa-
ganda attack”, Mr. Burnham ex-
«mines what he believes to be
the best ways of working on thes:
weaknesses,

He does not suppose that the
Russian oligarchy can be over-
thrown by a spontaneous revolt
~-ihe crack must come fron
within the party. His airg is te
enlist every possible ally inside
and outside Russia, and his advicc
is to be unrelenting and absolute-
ly consistent in,our opposition t
the oligarchy.

He considers that we are unduly
vervous of provoking Russia to :;
shooting war. And since his objec
is not to destroy either Russia or
“Communism”, but remove the
menace of Russian imperialism,
he sees the greatest hope in Tito
ista—Communist-—inspired defec-
tions within the Russian empire

As a_ political prophet Mr
Birnham has not been remark-
ébly successful in the past: ,ho

has often shown a tendency to
believe that things must go on in
the way they seemed to be going
when he took a look at them,

Listen To Him!

The significance of his book,
dees not, however, lie in its as-
sessment of the future intentions
of Russian policy, but in its
exploration of the most economi-
col and most effective methods
of defeating mainifest Russian
imperialist activities.

Some people (but without much
justification) wil] think that he
exaggerates the menace, but what
makes him a writer worth listen-
ing to is his great knowledge of
the theory and practice of Com-
munism and the fact that he
cannot be mistaken for a mere
spokesman of American imperial-
ism,

*The Coming defeat of Commun-
ism, by James Burnham
(Cape, 12s. 6d.)

WORLD COPYRIGHT

RESERVED
—L.E.S,

Or The Press?

Union Oil Company. And they did.

The burden of’ saving this coun-
try from the effects of this blunder
now rests with the Legislative
Council; that body which Mr.
Adams would wipe from the face
of the earth,

Running true to form, the
Leader denied that any decision
had been taken or that any dis-
cussion had taken place. But this
Was not enough, the Master of the
“Masters of this country” was
speaking: “It was not even in the
minds of the members of the Gov-
ernment”. If it had been in their
minds he would have known, for
could there be anything in their
simple minds which had not al-
ready seeped through the mind of
the Master?

Twice within recent weeks the
Leader of the House has taken
upon himself to crave the indulg-
ence of the House to make ex-
planations which he should pro-
perly have made in the columns of
the Press, It is hardly fair to the
presiding members, either the
Deputy Speaker or the Speaker
himself. who are both subordin-
ate members of the Party and who
might experience some diffidence
in ruling against the motion if the
subject matter is not of the busi-
ness of the House. It might be
even more difficult for Mr, Speak-
er to order that the discussion be
expunged from the records of the
House, but this conduct should
not be permitted to escape
some severe marks of displeasure.
It is conduct which can only pass
without censure when it passes
without notice.

-

= -



a.m.
given to under-

Wages Board
in some doubt
interpretation of

decided to

them to get to the store by 8.00

Under the circumstances I have
continue with
present close shop hour of 11 to
12 and have informed the parties
responsible for the move to change
the breakfast period.

125 Years

BARBADOS has for many years been
{served by institutions and organisations
which caver to public need in several ways.
One such organisation is the Committee of
| Ladies responsible for the Home for the In-
digent Sick and Infirm. It draws its revenue,
apart from private subscriptions, from the
funds of the Annual Bazaar.
To-day the Bazaar takes place at the Drill
| Hall for the 125th time.
| It was in September 1826 that a Commit-
| tee was formed to look after ladies who need-
ed succour either because of advanced age
or straitened circumstances. With them it
| was a labour of love and in the intervening
years the organisation has grown to the pro-
portions which now enable it to maintain
an institution which is a credit to this island.

One hundred and twenty-five years ago
social welfare was not regarded as public ser-
vice fit for recognition in the New Year or
Birthday Honours list; but there were people
imbued with a high sense of responsibility and
who realised that it was their duty to contri-
bute to the welfare of those less fortunate
than themselves, This was the spirit which in-
spired the founders of the original Commit-
tee in 1826; this is the spirit which animates
the Committee who now maintain the Home
for the Indigent Sick and Infirm.



But an institution such as this could not
have been maintained at its present standard
without generous public support and en-
couragement. It would have been impossi-
ble without this for this island to maintain
so many charitable institutions and organisa-
tions which minister to the needs of the poor.
The list of charitable institutions is long and
need not be repeated here but they spring
to mind. And the thousands spent on their
upkeep is no small proportion of the expen-
diture of public funds in this island.

There may be other circumstances for de-
traction in Barbados but charity organised

and indiscriminate, has been an outstanding
trait in the average Barbadian. Gifts of
coin and kind are easily available to those

in need. It is on this that the Annual Bazaar
thrives,

From its inception this function has been
held at some convenient place on the first
Saturday in December and this year there
will be no exception to the rule. But the

Bazaar is more than an occasion for the
collection of funds for the Home. There
have been occasions in the past when
excellent entertainment has been pro-
| vided. Artistes of class have offered their

services to the organisers of the Bazaar and
apart from the games for the “kiddies” en-
tertainment of fine quality has been pro-
vided. The aim of the Committee this year
has been to provide entertainment of the
same quality.

It is fitting that the Annual Bazaar should
usher in the festive season. It has always

set a standard, which even with more lavish
provision at the Exhibition and Fairs which
follow, has been difficult to surpass. The
reason is not difficult to see. Those who
support the Bazaar should not merely be
asked to contribute to its funds without re-
ceiving something in return; and the organ-
isers have succeeded in giving, on behalf
of the Ladies of the Home, something which
would make the Bazaar a function worthy
of support and attention,

The 1950 Bazaar promises to be equal to
any of its predecessors and a public which
has supported less laudable causes should
do no less than it has done in the past; sup-
port the Bazaar to the full.

It is a function indicating a high sense of
civic responsibility and giving the requisite
lead to organised charity in this island,

40,000,000 Man - Hours

A CAMPAIGN is being launched through-
out Britain this month to reduce the number
of industrial workers losing time with colds
and influenza.

Managements of 15,000 factories in England
and Wales are being asked to display posters
issued by the Ministry of Health,

UNIONS CO-OPERATE

Efficiency experts estimate that colds and
influenza cost industry 40 million man-hours
a year and a great deal of money.

They want to do all they can to keep ex-
ports flowing and to help rearmament.

—LE.S.









Donations in cash, food or cloth-
ing will be gratefully received.
Donations should be addressed to
The Salvation Army, P.O. Box 57,
Bridgetown, If unable to send
your donation, please dial 2467
and an Official Collector will call
First List of Donations

the



7% ;
Road, ‘n St. Michael, Barbados make it a road?? wala; S. H. Dawood; B. D. the Attorney General for an I am of the opinion that a uni- eine Aeon feieioae nN
(and not of the interior of, wie , McDougall; R. C. King; and L. B. opinion, versal closing hour is a solution A.B. Bell, Esq. : 3.0)
Africa or Asia) would esteem it” (4) Should the answe. to No. 2 Best. T. BOWRING. ‘9 the problem of the “breakfast” Trevor Bowring, Esq 5.00
- if y “mi ; and 3 be in the negative then will November 28, 1950. “ » question and I would lik Mrs. Wm. Bowring , 2.40
a favour if you will permit us to & De the neg Sefton Lodge”, que ) ould like to s€@ Canadian Bank of Commerce inn
ask a few questions of those those gentlemen please remember Brittons Cross Road, this legislated for, so that the pub- pr. -H. Harcourt Carter 5.00
powerful ones who control (or try that the people, who have the Wages Board St. Michael. lic may not be always confused R. & G Challenor, Lta. <.. 5.00
to control) the destiny of our 21 x misfortune to live in this forgotten 79 The Editor, The Advocate— December 1, 1950. about what time various stores co op tee ergse ye gs
14 island. ; part of Bridgetown, pay all kinds SIR,— May I be permitted te will be shut during the day. Courtesy. Gace... — 10:00
ef taxes viz: ownership, income, correct a statement attributed to Breakfast Hour ‘ O. H. JOHNSON. Mrs. Alleyne Howeil r+
(1) Who owns Kensington New oay motor cycle and bicycle and me in your issue of Thursday, No. 6, Broad Street, Miss Dora Howell ‘ 2.0
Road? that they further realise that in Noyember 30, relative to Chamber To The Editor, The Advocate— December 1, 1950 PSone Hunte, Esq oe.
(2) If the answer to the above just ubout a year’s time there will of Commerce discussion on the The Salvation Army Marine Hotel Ltd 5.00
is the Government, will the said be another election and we shall Wages Board Decisions, SIR,—After signing to close my To The Edit The Ad Cee Miss Hilda Packer 1,00
Government say whether it is their not forget those who do not At one point I am reported as stationery from 12 noon to 1,00 '° '"° Scitor, The Advocate , Bpredise Bese Club, 5.0
intention ever to repair this mud- forget us? having said that “my firm had p.m. for lunch I have come te the 3IR,—The Annual Social Appeal ae ae tba Ae beet 3.00
hole and make it a proper road If no reasonable answer is taken the opinion of the Attorney conclusion that this would mean Mo ROWS 5 hristr Cneer Mrs. M. H. Smith te B80
with proper gutters? forthcoming to this, then the only General on the matter” This, as at least five hours for the staff parcel or | families and y Harold Wright 10.00
(3) If the answer to No. 1 i t alternative will be to invite His the Acting Attorney General has without a meal, taking into con- tre ! needy children Boe 10 \ sR MOFFAT
the Government, will the Govern- Excellency the Governor to pay rightly stated in a letter appear- sideration the time that they have assist t Salvation Army Social MAJOR MOFFAT, ,
ment or some of those who form Kensington New Road a visit and ing in your issue for Friday, their morning tea so as to allow Work programme during 1951 Divisional Commander.

{

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1950

TO-DAY’S SPECIALS
at THE COLONNADE

D. V. SCOTT
& CO., LTD.

Usually NOW

- Tins LETONA PEACHES
Bottles STRAWBERRY JAM
Bottles ALLSOPPS BEER



USEFUL GIFTS

that will be appreciated all the year round

ALUMINUM WARE

SAUCEPANS, COCKTAIL SHAKERS, JELLY
MOULDS, FRY PANS, PRESSURE COOK-
ERS, FRENCH FRIERS, POTATO RICERS.

TIN WARE
CAKE TRAYS, ICING SETS & TUBES, ICING
STANDS & BOOKS, CAKE PANS, KITCH-
ENWARE.

EARTHENWARE
MIXING BOWLS, TEA SETS, DISHES

GLASSWARE
FIREPROOF AND TABLEWARE,

WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD,
Successors To

C.S. PITCHER & CO.

PHONES 4472 and 4687

A PRESENT THAT WILL
LAST A LIFETIME !

A ROGERS

UPRIGHT

PIANO

Here are Suits from
England's most respected
Tailoring Houses !| Made
from the finest —_ fabrics

and presented
of Qualities
that is

in a range
and Colours.

certain to include

your favourites,

Stop in to-day at...

DACOSTA & CO.
LTD.

DRY GOODS DEPT.





~

CANADIAN RED SALMON
53 SMOKED HADDOCK
” SMOKED KIPPERS
” COD FILLETS
APPLES,— CARROTS,— LETTUCE

CHRISTOPHENES.
GOLD BRAID makes a COCKTAIL Better 3-yr.-old

PHONE

GODDARD'S
TODAY

FROM MONDAY, 4th DECEMBER, we will be closing
to business daily from 12 noon te 1 p.m, except
THURSDAY half holidays, when we will close as
usual at 12 noon







-—































penance at

distant



i
j
i
Sc MAN a RENAN MRNAS

EE

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2

1950

Three Acquitted Of House |
Breaking And Larceny Charge; Contributes

KENNETH GRANNUM, Cosmore Hinds and Keith Web-

ster were discharged by His
Allan Collymore yesterday
not guilty of house-breaxinug

Honour the Chief Justice Sir
after a petit jury found them
and larceny from the dwelling

house of Elfrieda Marshall and receiving stolen goods on

July 21, 1950.

3 Years For
Stealing

AFIER a petit jury found!
Sydney Cadogan guilty of ‘the |
larceny of vests valued at £2 Qs. |
the property of Harrison’ & Co. |}
Ltd., on August 30. His Honour |
the Chief Justice Sir Allan Colly-



more Sentenced him to three
years’ penal servitude for the
offence at the Court of Grand |

Sessions yesterday.
Cadogan was aiso charged with

being a habitual criminal and |
for this charge—in which he |
pleaded guilty His Honour:
sentenced him to five years’

imprisonment.

‘it and

The Prosecution alleged that on
July 21, Kenneth Grannum, Cos-
more Hinds and Keith Webster
knowing that Elfrieda Marshall
had left her house at Goodland,
St. Michael locked up, broke into
stole articles valued at
$23.73, all the property of Elfrieda
Marshall.

First witness called for the Pro-
secution was Sgt. Louis Marshall
who is attached to the Black
Rock Police Station. He said that
on July 22 about 11 a.m. he went
to the house of Violet Grannum at
Thomas Gap, St. Michael.

He had a search warrant with
him and found in the house a
compressed Cuban sugar bag
which was taken away and shown
to Elfrieda Marshall who identi-
fied it as hers. Some time before
Elfrieda Marshall made a report
to the Police that her house at

| Goodland was broken and entered

After pleading guilty of being! and a number of articles stolen.

+ egananae criminal Cadogan asked |
e court to exercise len: y on |
his behalt. ——

In the case of larceny the Prose-
cution brought witnesses to prove
that Cadogen stole vests valued
£2 9s. from C. F. Harrison & Co.
Lid., on August 30.

Cadogan told the jury that a
cash boy of Harrison’s had given
him the parcels to take to some- |
one else, |

First witness to be called,
Bertie’ Hart, store-walker of the
firm, said that Austin Crawford |
Zave him some information and |
he went towards the stairway.
he saw Cadogan with two parcels |



in his hand and Cadogan turned | at

back and tried to put them in a
recess in the wall. They dropped |
and he went upstairs. He shouted |
to George Goddard and asked
him to stop him.* The police
later arrested him. |

Austin Crawford was the eye
witness who saw Cadogan remove |
the vests.

George Goddard and P.C.
Joseph Atherley gave corrobora-
tive evidence, Atherley told how
Cadogan had tried to escape.



Boys’ Club's
Duty Roster

The Duty Roster for members of the}
30" Club at the Bay Street Boys’ Club
for December is as follo

Dec 2; R. D. Murphy W

r. St. Leonard, St

Thomas c/o St



tbury Road, |
Michael. Dec. 3:}
Paul's Vicarage, St
Michael. Dec. 4; Rev. Crosby Bethel |
Mission House, St. Michael. Dec. \ 5; |
Briggs Clarke c/o Harrison College, Si. |

Michael. Dec. 6; S. N. Chapman (Jnr.'
Stream Road, Christ Church. Dec. 7:}
J. Hutson Collymore Rock, St. Michael
Dec. 8: N. Simmons c/o Mrs. Simmons, |
J. P. Bank Hall Road, Dec. 9; Mr. Mapj+|
c/o Bethel Mission House. Dec. 10; C

D. Cuffey Bay Street Boys’ School, St

Michael. Dee. 11; F. Moore Bank Hall
X Road, St. Michael. Dec. 12; W. Ed-
wards c/o Salvation Army, St. Michael



| brought

“osmore
ster, Marshall said that she knew
them

at

found Doors Open

Elfrieda Marshall of Goodland,

| St. Michael said she went to Cuba
| about
{to the island on February 10 1940,
; On
j about
house she closed the windows and
doors.
home and found the gate at the
back of the house open and the
two doors at the back of the house
also open.

35 years ago and returned

July 21
1 p.m,

she left her house
Before leaving the

About 4 p.m. she returned

When she entered the house she

noticed that the whole place was
|} ransacked and made a search to

find that a dress which she valued
$2.36 and a bag which she
back with her to the

island were missing

Pointing to Kenneth Grannum,
Hinds and Keith Web-





by

seeing them “knocking
around”

Goodland. They never
any time went to her place
vhile she was at home.

Cpl. Kenneth Murphy attached

| to Central Police Station said that
on

21—that time he was
to Black Rock Police

July
attached

| Station —consequent upon a re-

port made at the Black Rock
Police Station, he went to Elfrieda
Marshall’s house and looking into
the bedroom found that the sheets
and other clothing were scattered
on the ground, A large travelling
trunk was in the drawing room on
ihe table. The place was in an
untidy condition. After returning
to the Police Station he received
eertain information and contacted
Kenneth Grannum on _ Tudor
Bridge Road about 10.20 p.m. the
same night.

Voluntary
Statement

Cpl. Watson asked Grannum to
accompany him to Black Rock
Station where he (Grannum)
made a voluntary statement and

Dec. 13; W. B. Millar c/o Reportorial
Dept. Advocate Co. Dec. 14; K. Pile| Said that he was not the only one
Genl. Post Office, Bridgetown. Dec. 15:| that was involved,
y sbuel ;
aaa nr eT Ofice, Roebuck | Getting his address he and Wat-
Paul's Vicarage, St. Michael. Dec. 17;;S50n left Grannum at the Station
Vv. B. St. John c/o N. B Howell, Bay and later picked up Hinds about
Street, St. Michael. Dec. 18; S. Beckles) 19.59 p.m. Hinds after arriving
ildings, St. Michael - ers
Hee. Th a deme ae Provost. Mar-| at the Station also made a state-
shal's Office, St. Michael. Dec 20; O S.|ment and was cautioned, Hinds
Coppin c/o Reportoria! Devt. Advocate! ajc 7 f a a
Seren Se Re eene: Bt, Michael's) G20 named Grannum and Web
Cathedral, St. Michael. Dec. 22; W. 0.|Ster as involved with him and
Haynes Swan Street, Bridgetown. Dec.| gave a story telling where the
23; Stn. Sgt, Yearwood Central Police! articles were.
Station, Dec. 24; B. Bourne c/o Probay

25; 8

Mich

tion Office Bridgetown. Dec
Barnwell c/o Recorder's Office, St




ael. Dec. 26; A. Jordan Garden, St. }
James. Dec, 27; C._ W. Rudder Chr 1
Lame, St. Michael, Dec. 28: H. H al~

cott c/o Probation Office. Roebuck St

Dec. 29; A. Ishmael Mar s Office
Bridgetown. Dec. 30

Land, St. Michgel. De |
las c/o Rev. Pemberton, St. Paul's}
Vicarage





CAR WON
The resu't of the Barbados Boys’
Club Raffle as certified by Fitz-|
patrick, Graham & Co., Auditors,’
is as follows: — |
1st Prize Ti No. 9738
2nd Prize Ticket.... No. 3176
8rd Prize Ticket...... No. 9024 |

“ADALINA" MET
BAD WEATHER

Captain Flemming, who brought
in the Adalina trom St. Lucia this
week, weathered three days of
high wind, hard tide and heavy
seas during which time the
schooner lost her main boom

The Adalina could not make her
two-day trip as accustomed. She
spent five days on the voyage.

At her berth alongside the Pier
Head, discharging her cargo of
cocoanuts and charcoal yesterday,
the Adalma looked strange with-
out her boom among the other |
vessels, |

The boom is undergoing re-
pairs and is expected to be finished
for the vessel to leave around the |
end of next week for St. Lucia. |





‘the

On the morning of July 22 he
went to Keith Webster’s house and
brought him to the Station. He
also made a
(Murphy) took down in writing.

Eileen Marshall told the court
that Elfrieda Marshall's place is
not far from hers and on July 21

| she saw two men coming from the

direction of Elfrieda’s house, She

| did not get a good glimpse of the

men, but noticed that one of them
was carrying a small parcel under
his arm.

Another witness, Wilhelmina
Stuart, a hawker of _ Rich-
mond Gap, said that on July

21 at about 2 p.m. she also saw

‘two men whom she recognised as
Grannum and Hinds coming from
of Elfrieda Mar-

direction
shall’s place,

In making their defence Hinds,
Grannum and Webster all denied
made a statement and
claimed that they were beaten up
Hinds said that he
was sure that any of the witnesses
who said that they saw him com-
of Mar-
shall’s place could not be definite

that they

by the Police

ing from the direction
about what they saw.

After His Honour the

house-breaking and larceny
receiving stolen goods.
Before discharging

the jury



f



tastier snacks

Colman’s

Mustard

statement which he >

Chief
Justice symmed up, the jury then
returned a verdict of not guilty of
and

them His
Honour told the three men that
had found them. not
guilty and not to come back again.



To Education
GOVERNOR

THE CHURCH has ade
is making a soli as made
the

and
an olid contribution i:
Spiritual field, in health and

tn Cducation, said the Governor
te : the large gathering who
attended the Church's Annual

Missionary Meeting at the
Theatre yesterday evening.

He said that it is no exaggera-
tion to say that if the Church had
not sent missions to Nigeria, the
condition of large numbers of the
people would have been far
worse than it is to-day.

The Hon’ble the Lord Bishop
who was Chairman of the Meet-
ing, extended a welcome to the
Governor and Mrs. Savage. He
Said that he had welcomed the
Governor not only as head of the
Administration, but also more
particularly as a fellow member
of the church and that they were
very grateful to him for coming
and addressing them.

After telling the audience that
that meeting would be the last
he would be attending, he then
gave some news from Gambia
which was contained in a letter
from the Bishop of the Diocese
and which had been circulated
with the last edition of the maga-
zine in October.

He said that there was the
probability that one of the young
men now in training at Codring-
ton College would be accepted
for work in the Gambia Diocese.
That young man had already
made his offer, but for the de-
parture of the Bishop of Gambia
everything would have been
probably fixed within the next
few weeks, but it was perhaps
thought wiser to delay the matter
until the successor of Bishop
Daly was appointed.

He hoped that their good
Secretary’s ambition would one
day be realised and that instead
of collecting $1,920 for this work,
they would collect $4,800 and
wherever he was and heard that
it had been achieved, he would
believe that at least the Church
in Barbados was awake,

Empire

The Police Band under
Captain ¢. E. Raison
was in attendance and ia

addition to rendering some selec-
tions assisted in the singing of
the hymns.

Vote of Thanks

A vote of thanks was moved
by Archdeacon Shankland who in
the course of his remarks thanked
the Governor and Mrs. Savage
for attending, and the Governor
for giving what he described as
a very instructive, illuminating
and inspiring address,

The Governor said:

First I want to thank the Lord
Bishop for the very kind words
of weleome which he addressed
to me. I am at a loss for words in
reference to your departure from
this island. I can only say that
my wife and I would have lost
our best friend and the Church
of this island will lose a leader
which she will sorely miss.



Sentence On Cycle
Thief Postponed

Sentence was postponed on
Winston Goodridge at the Court
of Grand Sessions yesterday by
His Honour the Chief Justice, Sir
Allan Collymore, after Goodridge
had pleaded guilty to the larceny
of a bicycle on September 10.

Mr, J. S. B. Dear asked the
court for leniency on behalf of

Goodridge, saying that he had
never been involved in trouble
before.

Before postponing sentence, the
Chief Justice said that bicycle
stealing was prevalent and he
would have investigations carried
out concerning Goodridge, Sen-
tence is postponed until Monday.



QUARRY HAND INJURED
Archie Holligan, 25-year-old

quarry-worker of Rock Hall, St.

George, was injured when a eres |

stone fell on him at Watson’s
Quarry, Workman's, St. George, at
about 2.15 p.m. yesterday. ;
Holligan was cutting stones in
the quarry. He was taken to the
General. Hospital for treatment.









AGAIN AVAILABLE !!

PURINA
s PIGEON CHOW

H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. - Distributors Hl

: BARBADOS ADVOCATE
The Church| Ex-R.A.F. Officer

Meets Local Bar

MR. ERROL WALTON BAR-
ROW Barrister—at-Law, was yes-
terday introduced to the local bar
by the Acting Attorney General,
Hon. F. E. Field, and was wel-
comed by His Hcnour the Chief
Justicc, Sir Allan Collymore

Mr. Barrow is 30 years old.
Hon. F. E. Field told the court
that Mr. Barrow. received his
early education t Harrison’
College from 1934 1939. He}
was awarded the Is'an! Scholar-
ship (classics) in 1939, but gave
up the scholarship to join the

Royal Air Force in 1940 on flying
duties.

He did cperational duties with
the Coastal Command and then
Joined a bomber squadron
Second Tactical Airforce during!
the invasion of Europe. He served |
in France, Belgium, and Holland,
carrying out over 50 bombing
missions against Germany.

He was attached ¢or a short time
in 1946 to the headquarters of
Field Marshal Viscount
gomery of Alamein, Later in 1946 |
he was appointed Personal Navi- {
gation Officer to the Commander. |
in-Chief of the British Army of







the Rhine, a post held until the
end of his flying career in 1947
‘
Read Economies
Released from active service
with the rank of Flying Officer
in October 1947, he entered the
University of London to read

eccnomics and Industrial Law a |
the London School of Economies |
and Political Science. He was
admitted to the honourable
Society of Lincoln's Inn in June
1946.

|

|

Mr. Barrow was called to the
bar at Lincoln’s Inn in November,
1949. He gained the degree of
B.Sc. Econ., University of London
in June 1950, and was admitted
to the roll of barristers in the
High Court of Justice, London.
Before returning to Barbados, he



worked in the Chambers of | ‘
J. Leonard Gamgee, Esq, of |¢
Middle Temple.. \y

Hon, F, E. Field said that ne | )
was extending to Mr. Barrow « | “

hearty welcome and was wishing

him success in his legal career.
The Chief Justice

Barrow that he had come to them |

with a distinguished war record , ,

in the Royal Air Force, showing
himself in the cause of justice
and freedom. He had listened

with interest to the recital of the | %

various. performances and
achievements which he had made
during the course of his career
in the Royal Air Force

He had a distinguished academic
record as well and it was a great
pleasure to welcome him to the

bar. He wished him every
success.
Mr. Barrow thanked the Chief

Justice and the Attorney General
for the welcome they had given
him.

Objectives

General, might
have given the impression that
he was engaged in a cause of
destruction. He wouldassure
the learned Attorney General
that their objectives in war were
in every way pre-determined by
their objectives in peace. Their
main objectives in the final analy-
fis was not to destroy. It was
to preserve the principle of the
rule of law with .which all of
them had been inculcated in thelr
training so that if it might seem
in legal argument that he might
be prepared to bring the battle
into the camp of his legal advere
sary, he would like to assure his
learned friends that his objeetives
in doing so were no less than to
ensure an equality of all before
the law, that each man might not
have the disadvontege he might
have suffered before going befor¢

The Attorney

that ancient and honourabl
court.
Whatever _ the disadvantage

might be, they of the legal pro-
fession should do all in their
power even if it meant carrying
the fight into the tefritory of their
adversaries, to maintain the rule
cf law and equality of all; equality
in the sense that each man might
be able to have his cause presen~
ted to the best of the ability of
learned counsels.

Oe ate a ss ss 8 8 8 ee ee







| NOTICE

Our Customers and the Public generally

are respectfully requested to note that from
MONDAY, 4TH DECEMBER, our entire store
(including S.P.C.K., Bookshop) will, for Staff
Breakfast Hour, be closed daily MONDAY to

FRIDAY from 12 noon

On SATURDAYS we will, as usual, close

for the day at 12 noon.

Your Co-operation is Solicited

BROAD



|| CE. HARRISON & CO. 009 Ltd. |



STREET. Hs



of

Mont- is

told Mr. | ;



| LICENSED DIVERS
| REGAIN RICF

Licensed aivers stroii around the’

wharf daily in the hope of being
hired to plunge suddenly into the
Careenage for some
article that has escaped the cus-
tody of its owner
| Yesterday, two divers
happy when three bags of
fell into the Careenage while the
schooner Mary M. Lewis was dis-
charging her cargo

Wearing bath trunks, the two
divers took down pieces of rop
and quickly regained two of the

| bags of rice. They were long in

finding the other bag.





~ ;

y *

& xs
+ »

% 3

y S

NJ x

»

$ e

x @

“

‘J
x
‘
%
~

.
8

J
e

>
:
CHEF
with food that

:

e

4 every item on the Menu
really special. Enjoy our
palate—thrilling dishes

%



4

Our
flair

has a_ certain

makes

TO-DAY
OR

TO-NIGHT



Make a date with YOL
FRIENDS at

THE GREEN
DRAGON

FOR BETTER MEALS
and
BETTER SERVICE

For Reservation Dial 3896 %
%,







SSOGGEOBSGS*

Notice





On and after

valuable

were
rice

RN STE SE AMET NEM NE NH SC

|



Presentation Boxes |
of
CIGARS and CIGARETTES
PIPES and TOBACCOS
SHAVING SETS
in LEATHER CASES ¢~
S.
ROLLS RAZORS ~ tb
| GILLETTE RAZORS

VALET RAZORS





KNIGHTS DRUG STORES

oe
NIN

<
PURE —
SOLUBLE.





be

Monday, 4th December, this Store will

be opened to business at 8 am. and closed for the
mid-day meal between 12 noon and 1 p.m, each day.

The hours during which we will be open to busi-
ness therefore will be:

MONDAY to FRIDAY |

SATURDAY

8 a.m, to 12 noon
{ 1 pm. to 4 p.m
8 a.m. to 12 noon,

Your co-operation is solicited.

TOMANVOAVIUAULGRAVUUUUTRUUEUUUAETRAAA AGUA

Cave Shepherd & (Co., Ltd.







ARE MADE
SPECIALIZE

PROTURE AND

“K” SHOES ARE







THE RESULTS OF MANY YEARS
EXPERIMENT AND EXPERIENCE
ARE_EMBODIED IN THEIR MANU



11, 12 & 13 Broad Street

‘



“K’ SHOES

BY CRAFTSMEN WHO
IN GENTS’ FOOTWEAR










COMBINES
FOOT COMFORT



iS” — WITH STYLISH APPEARANCE

AND GREAT DURABILITY.

NOW OBTAINABLE IN MANY SMART STYLES

AND EACH MODEL IS STOCKED IN A WIDE RANGE OF FITTINGS

THUS ENSURING A PERFECT FIT

INSIST ON HAVING THE BEST AND —
THE BEST IS “K

| HA R 2 ISON S — BROAD STREET

SOLE LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS

BRAND





-


































EVERY PAIR jz:

i

PAGE FIVE
Roca e

SHOP EARLY

AND GET



'‘@ THE BEST

OF

CHRISTMAS
GIFTS

AT

Weatherhead’s

“KODAK” CAMERAS

BABY BROWNIE ,,

BROWNIE MODEL e8
wt eae a gata

BROWNIE MODEL
‘E

$ 5.00

$10.00

: =e Tr $12.00
gg BROW NIE REFLEX $16.00
KODAK DUAFLEX $20.00
RRKODAK FOLDING
Rm CAMERAS
$35.00; $50.00 and $80.00
Fresh stock of “KODAK”
FILMS all Sizes Verichrome
and Super XX, also Koda-
chrome K135, Kodachrome
R16 MM and Super XX-8 MM.
Cable releases, Colour
Filters, Tripods, Trimmers,
Art Corners Photograph
SRALBUMS§ 1/6 to — 10/-
Camera Cases for Brownie
Reflex and Folding—620.
Flasholder to Fit Brownie
Model “E,”

$25.00

GERMAN CAMERAS

‘Pucky” Reflex

(120 size) -+.» $10.00
“Imperial” Box

(120 size) .. $ 9,00
“Adox 66” (120 size) $12.00
“PIPES” All Sizes and

Shapes
“Dunhill” ‘ ‘ $15.36
“Comoy’s” Grand

Slam ‘ease $ 9.50
“Comoy's” Everyman $ 4,00



“Comoy’s” Aston Bantom
(A Featherweight Pipe)
—$ 3.00
“Royal Lane” $ 5,00
“Craftsman” $ 5.00
Other Pipes @ 84c. $1.82,
$1.80, $2.32, $2.38, $3.02,
$3.10, $3.53, $4.64

and the “British Empire”

’ipe at 60 CENTS EACH,

“THERMOS FLASKS”
1 Pint... ee $1.51
Jugs (Bakelite)

$3.06 & $4.12

Jugs (Aluminium) — $8.00
Wide Mouth 2 Pint — $6.24
Wide Mouth '% gal. — $18.13
Wide Mouth 1 gal $25.60
Thermos Picnic Sets —
$17.00-—$28,50
Flashlights 7/- to $2.62
Kitchen Scissors $1.69
Cutex Manicure Sets —
1/- 4/6 & $2.24
Mouth Organs 1/3, 3/-, 3/6,
7/-, 7/6, 10/-, 11/-, $5.00
Cigarette Tubes 2/6, 3/-, 3/6
Gillette Razors 1/9-—-$7.14
Photo Stands (4x6),,..10/-
Knives

Shaving Brushes . .2/6, 3/3,
$1.05, $4.83, $5.74,
$9.00, $11.22 and

Sheath
I- 10/-, 14/-, 20/-

4/-,
$5.80,
$14.00

PENS & PENCILS

Parker “51” Gold

Baankes “51” Silver
x aterman’s

Waterman's
Waterman's “555”
Parker “460"
Wearever

Hooded Knight

Rm and the Famous
Platignum Ball Point 4/6 ea

$18.00
$16.00
*Taperite” -
$12.00
“Lifetime”

a

CHRISTMAS
DECORATIONS



PHRRAH
on eRe
#2cceo
&2#oocs

Xmas Frost, Red & Green
Cord, Tinsel Cord, Holly
(BRS pra , Tags, Seals, Mistle-
toe, Paper Bells (3. sizes)
Paper Garlands (6 kinds),
W@aRoilver Tinsel Strips, Tinsel
Decorations (4 kinds), Tin-
el Stars (3 kinds), Xmas
Tree glass decorations (18 jm
kinds), Holly Paper, Xmas
Cake Decorations, Holly od
Frills for your Xmas Cake

l/- per yard

Christmas Cards (6 in Box)



1/3, 1/9 & 2/3 Christmas
Cards with Local Scenes
in Colour 18c. ea. Balloons
all shapes and sizes 3c. to
12c. ea, (See use for Whole-
sale Prices) Cake Candles, 4

Red & Green Candles, Santa jae
Stockings 4/6 12/6

Crackers (a Beauti-
ful Assortment) Prices

bs from 3/9 $5.50.
Midyvet Crackers 4/6 & 6/-
Christmas Tree

Lights —
$5.00 & $7.51 Set.
Crepe Paper all colours.
Cigarettes in Xmas Packages
Du Maurier 59/: $1.00
Craven A 50/s $1.02
Baby Comb & Brush Sets—

Crystal, Pink & Blue
~rices $1.40 & 7/6
Johnson's Baby Sets.

Mennen’s Baby Sets
e
a in and see our complete

Display of
|

Fracox arn men arn eee

oO

=

$1.88
$2.0

XMAS GIFTS TO-DAY

BRUCE WEATHERHEAD
LTD.

Proad

|
|
|

Head of Street

AABAR

A

“a,
‘

”
PAGE SIX



HENRY

MICKEY MOUSE

BY DOING THIS

JOB MYSELF
GER, (1 SAVED USA
BS ZD\ BIG PLUMBING

S24 | STOP THE HORSES,
1OR YOULL BE KILLED! THE CANYON

| BRIDGE IS GONE /







SONG! IF I’M ANY



“ON THE DOCKS
CATCHEGA FA



BARBADOS ADVOCATE
BY CARL ANDERSON





THOSE REINS BEFORE WE'RE
KILLED! 55






OH, IF LONLY HAD A GUN -~
ON:

THA D YOULL
SEE | YOUR TEAM!



DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING €0., LTD. |









DID YOU HEAR IT,
OES? THE "EDENFALL”





LAWYER COVES © IT... THEN
ILL GET Ti TRUTH }







1HE PHANTOM

—

se
°
e ew On ab insulated against heat and cold.

moRRis-C0

Ve«)HELL BRING EVERY COP ON
THE DOCKS HERE, IF HE

DOESN'T SToP! PIPE











THIS EGG
IS A MENACE
TO CHICKS





|

Intestinal worms are a common cause worm disease from gaining a hold on Cystex is approved by Doctors and Chemists in
f unthrift bird 7 octane eae ark Sores em
of weetiiftiness and poor eps pr- "your birds ipaney nd na haae ade wie were
, SAT ah cueil Th a acy > fned: . me
duction in poultry. Since al! poultry There is no need to vary the feeding | mont, end, thanks fo Oyeten fam muck batter
: . oe . 4 be ” Mr. 2
runs may harbour worm-eggs, the system cither before or after dosing Be Ree oe nds marked ents me. ane aie
i ste most impossible, If they were C1 a bor thep
birds should be protected by routine with ‘Phenovis.’ Available in powder would still be worth double.” gg
‘i " . a teed to Put You Right
RC form for mixing with the mash, ores Sone Bock oan
. ‘Phe pee E 8 ° : Dee
Monthly dosing with Phenovis is the Order from your Chemist or Agri- ~ Seay eive it tora te
most effective method of preventing cultural Merchant. | oa “tect ‘younger, stronger,

‘PHENOVIS?’ oispersiste Powner

An LC.I. Product

* PHENO VIS”

BRAND PHENOTHIAZINE



Peace iT if) mad

¢ ae
UA

(ECKSTEIN BROS.)

100 H.P SIX CYLINDER
OVERHEAD VALVE ENGINE
.

ALL NEW... ALL STEEL













“STRENGTH RESERVE" |

CHASSIS PEATURES



Everything YOU and
your DRIVERS want
in a truck







springing: extra springs
freight weight is in-

chassis designed to
rated load with wide margin of i
Rear axle has a “strength re-

to operate with vehicle fully laden |

CANE




rough ground. Car-style driving





The g t truck value of the century!

MMERCIAL |

FORT ROYAL GARAGE



Phone 2385 Sole Distributors Phone 4504 |













SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1950
sre puinencnnteiiatgtamriepiammanenaimamnnne

| él Rhpumat
Won Sletp

suffer sharp stabbing
ed joints are swoilen, it
shows your blood Is poisoned

7) bh: fawty kidneysaction
RS Suher’ symptoms of Kidney



Disorders are Bockache, Ach-

EY ing Joints ond Limbs, Sciatica,

j Neurite, Lumbope, Getting

wi tights = " .

susness, Circles under poe | Same ttt tere
. oem, bane of and » Ete, Ordinary

nedicines can't help much because you must
ret to the root cause of the trouble
The treatment is specially compounded
© soothe, tone and clean raw, sore, sick kidneys
and bladder and remove acids and poisons from
your system safely, quickly and surely, yet con-
tains no harmful or dangerous drugs. Cystex
works in 3 ways to end your troubies.

\. Starts killing the germs which are attacking
your Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary System
in two hours, yet is absolutely harmiess to

4 human tissue.

2. Gets rid of health-destroying, deadly poison-
ous acids with which your system has be-

® come saturated,

3. Strengthens and reinvigorates the kidneys,

{| , protects from the ravages of disease-attack

| ‘on the delicite filter organism, and stimu-

lates the entire system. ‘
pPraieed by Doctors, Chemists, and
~~. One-time Sufferers “


















(CYSTEX)” package. Act now



The GUARANTEED Remedy RHEUMATE

(ICN

Sen aie mel



q Christian Science
( Reading Room

1ST FLOOR, BOWEN & SONS
(Broad Street)
Hours: 19 am—2 p.m.
Tupedage, Wednesdays,

days,
10 a.m.—12 o'clock.
Sa
4t this Room the Bible and
the Christian Scieace text-book,
Selence and Heaith wita Key to
the Scriptures by MARY BAAER
EDDY may Ye reed, borrow,

or pute
Visitors Are Wefcome
Lwwwwww









S) 13}
G]

HEALTH BENEFIT

* FREE FROM HARSH IMPURITIES
* NO INJURIOUS AFTER-EFFECTS









VLA




Sun glare and heat used to tireme ‘*My dear,” she said, “You must pro-
out, made my eyes ache, broughton _— tect youreyes. Comeand buy a bottle
headaches. Luckily I met Anne... of Optrex now—use it every day.”



So, when! gothome 1 bathed my eyes When] told Jimhe said,“ Wonderful!
in Optrex, andoh—therelief? Discom- Your eyes look lovely tonight. Keep
fort, dust, germs—all washed away! on using Optrex—lI'll Use it, too!”

PROTECT YOUR EYES

‘Optrex

€ve coTION



rer MAKE THIS TEST
c \ The rim of the eye and inner
ie —/ lining should be healthy flesh

> colour. If they are re
seats



au FREE! in cach
packet — 2 scientifically

designed eyebath.

rthew





ne ney





ax
ae
OX

tter in every way, 2 24

. J well in 1 week or your money
CN ae if you ee the empry,

f ee ~ for
Cystex 5:35:

Cer SSA

Pc

gee aie

E
a



M
Â¥





f

:
:
‘



ee






f° elite: RR



SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2,



1950

TELEPHONE 2508

DIED
TRIMINGHAM—Haroeld C. P on, the
28th November at his residence
Bayswater Flats; Deacons Rd, His

Funeral took piece at St. Leonard's
Caurch the same afternoon
Molly Trimingham,

Florence Trimingham.
Hugh Trimingham.

IN MEMORIAM

IN loving memory of our dear son
and brother LIONEL A HOPE who went





to be with the Lord on December 3rd
1930.
After twenty years vou are not for-

gotten Lionel dear
And indeed you never will be
As long as life, and memory last
We will remember thee.
Your loving Mother and Sister Daisy
A. Beckles Gladys B. Yearwood

FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—One Singer Car $350.00, good
order, apply: C. Jordan, Bicycle Repairer
James Street. 2.12.50—2n

CARS—4 V-8 Sedan Cars, 2 Hillman
Sedan cars, 1 Willys car. Joseph Vui-
cenizing and Welding Depot, 47 Roebuck

Street. Red Bird Garage 2.12.50—!21.







DRY CELL, BATTERIES—Large Type

, ignition purposes etc. 1% volts.
3878. Da Costa & Co., Ltd.

1,12.50—6n.







REFRIGERATOR — One Westinghous
Refrigerator. 6 cub. ft. and (1) Coole
tor. (In good order). Owen T. Alider,
Roebuck Street. Dial 3299.

1.12,50—2n.









€URNITURE
CHAIRS—Sturdy Chairs well finished
in Walnut, or Mahogany. Suitable for
Office and Home. Only $5.40 each.
G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO., LTD.
Dial 4222. 2.12.50—t.f.n

POULTRY

PLYMOUTH ROCKS—One
bred Barred Plymouth

Cockerel, 3 Pullets 5% months
P. D. Maynard, St. James. Dial 2319,
2.12.50—Tn.

MISCELLANEOUS

ATTRACTIVE SUNSHADES for ladies
and gents. Something new. Complete
with leather cases that can be fitted
to your belt or strap if required. See
Your Jewellers, Y. De LIMA & Co;
LTD., 20 Broad Street.







Pen Pure-
Rocks, !
old



26.11.50-—€m.





CLOCKS—Westminster Chiming Clock
14 day Bim Bam Clocks in Walnut cases

by the world’s best makers Kienzle.
Price moderate. Alex Yearwood, Jeweller
Bolton Lane. 2.12.50—2n





W. Cumberbatch
30.11.50—5n.

CANE PLANTS—C.
The Ivy. Tel. No, 3559.





ee

FLOWERS
made to orde
Hindsbury Roa

Wreaths and Bouquets
r by Miss A. Eastmond,
d. Dial 3766




2.12.502—4n



FISHING BOAT—One (1) Fiying Fish
Fouat “Loraine”. No reasonable offer
refused. Apply to Ww A Archer,
Welches, Christ Church, 2.12.60—2n.

GIFT SETS—Attractive Gift Sets of
Tea Spoon:, Pastry Forks, Fruit Spoons,
Cocktail Sets and many others. Prices
as low as $2.99 set. G. W. HUTCHINSON
& CO., LTD. Dial 2

4222



2



50—t.f.n



HOUSE HOLD EQUIPMENT of all
description. Owen T. Alider, Roebuck
Street. Dial 3299. 1,12.50—2n,



JEWELLERY —Gold and Silver Neck- |
lets with Charms Sct. Gold Cuff Links,
Gold Brooches, Gents Signet Rings. Alex.
Yearwood, Jeweller, Bolton Lane.

2.12.50—2n.

LARGE CHILDREN’S PLAY HOUSE,
Can be seen at ‘Abbeville’ Guest House
— Ring W, M. Foster 2296,

29.11.50—5n.

RAIN COATS, RAIN COATS: At $214
each lovely colours in Plastic for ai

would make a lovely Xmas Gift too.
THANI Pr. Wm. Henry Street.
Dial 3466. 29.11.50—t.f.n







STOVES—1, 2 and 3 Burner Ol! Stov
and Ovens. Owen T. Allder, Roebuck
Dial 3299. 1,12.50—2n



TEA SETS—A most useful and attrac-



tive Gift. 24 piece Teasets in severa!
designs and decorations. Prices law
as $9.95 set. G. W. HUTCHINSO! >

2,12.50-

LiD. Dial 4222.







XMAS TREE DECORATIONS—Special
discount of 10% now applying on all
purchases of these decorations. For a
limited period only. See your jewellers,
Y. de Lima & Co., Ltd., 20, Broad Street,
Bridgetown. 29.11.50—n.

PUBLIC SALES

AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received I will sell at
the Parochial Building, Cumberland
Street on Tuesday, December 5th at
1 pm. a collection of second hand
galvanized sheets in good condition
Terms cash.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer,
1,12.50—3n

Under The Thamond Hammer

I have been requested to sell by Pub-
lic Auction on Saturday next the 9th
day of December 1950 in the evenirg,
beginning at 4.30 o'clock upstairs at my
office at Magazine Lane, over 300 Ready-
made Ladies’ dresses, over 300 pairs of
shoes, several hundred assorted Ladies’
handbags, over 100 pairs of Alpargata
for children, and several other useful
items. You cannot afford to miss this
sale. D'Arcy A. Scott, Auctioneer

2.12,50— 4n

—

REAL ESTATE __

“REST HAVEN", George Street oppo-
site "th Avenue, Belleville with the land
thereon containing 4,440 square feet.
‘The house has drawing and dining rooms.
three bedrooms and usual outoffices and
gatage.

Inspection by appointment any
exeept Sunday. Phone 3983.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition on Friday 8th Decem-
ber at 2 p.m. at the Office of the under-
signed.

















day

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Latcas Ttreet, Bridgetown
1.12.50—6n





FOR SALE at Public Competition at
the office of the undersigned on Friday
8th day of December, 1950, at 2 p.m
ALL THAT messuage or store known
as No. 44 Swan Street, being a three
storey building standing on 2,980 square
feet of land and abutting on Swan Street
and Bolton Lane. Together with the
Goodwill and stock in trade of the busi-
ness known as the “Supply Stores’ car-
ried on in the ground floor of the spid

building.

For inspection and further particulars
apply to the Manager of the Supply
Stores.

" COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.
14.11.50—1in



COPRA/STOCK estate yielding sub-
stantial income, Bananas and oranges
bearing 1951. Situated close to sea main
road. By principals only, Box Number
88 c/o “Barbados Advocate”

28.71.50—3n



















I Acre 1 Rood 33% Pere of Jann
situate at McClean’> Gop, B Hill
cbuiting on lands of Clark nek
Sinith, Louise Johnsen and on Mr
Clean’s Gap aforesaid

Excelients site for de

Inspection on applica p
mises

The above property €
ale Wb public Auct Mice
151 buck Stre 0
Friday e 8th

2
4025
2. 50—t







HOUSES

. ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED
emer Facing Sea. Suitable
couple. Available s'
nous December a
APARTMENT — At the Camp

, ‘amp, St
Lawrence Gap. _On-the-Sea. Pully
furnished. Dial 8987. ,



FLAT +
one or
Phone
b—3n.







22.11.50—t.f£.n

BRIGHT DOUBLE BEDROOMS on sea.
Reasonable term: to gentlemen or young











couples. Apply Casuarina Club. Tel
5496 2.12.50. on

BAY VIEW—St. Lawrence Gap, full
furnished 2 Bedrooms. Available im
mediately. Apply next door. Mrs. L. 1
Lynch, 2.°2.50—1n



napa base Eitansalanenpestn psa
BOULOGNE—St. Lawrence Gap. Fully

furnished, vacant December 15th. Dial |

8459 1,@2.50—2n





“CLIFF COT," Terrace
Rockley Terrace

ist 1951

Blue Waters
For 6 months Feb lst —July
Dial 8160. Mrs C. C. Worme
2.12.50—2n |

































|
oo nt
FOR RENT

) St. Leonards House, St

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



oe ee























| University College of
































er | the West Indies nibebedisienige dail anaabaiaioe
arts Departme: -alary |
ale lng . ADMISSION RO
eee _month. Appl a Reon wits = UNDERGRADUATES | woNTREAL AUSTRALIA . KEW fc il earls Minette |
a a Manager N 5 q : we ee
ichethix ‘Seotaae ie Seek, | CTOBER, 195) ZEALAND LINE LIMITED |
bibte—sa) ole (M.A.N.Z. LINE)
So— eairee te ii tials. present sthe M.S. “TONGARIRO” is scheduled t |
ASSIS OVERSEER ctr sh os ine University College of he |saih Adelaide Jenuary 4th, Melbourne |
ANS. OVE Dayrel , Indies will admit ir $1 | January 18th, Brisbane Junuary | “aa |
written application mnd_ references to the Fac ulties ‘q we; Stee kee ar aes & n Ps 2 Cn ggrtess ee oe
“ an © ' sto] ac Arts. nidad first h Mare! 1. Barbados cept Cargo ond Passengers for
Lower Estate Factory Ome, jond Medicine. The courses In A Mid. March Die Si. Vincent: St. Lucia: Grenada
geo 1.12.50—3n , atte Sciences wil Head t® the Ren-| This ve sel umple space for Hard sy Aruba. Date of departure to
nf era GeBTeeSs Of the University of, Lon- | Fiozen a mneral r © notified
nee PIST Apply by letter in| con in those farultfe, and thee Me-| Car go wee a ae a!
ery instance. G. L. W. Clarke & Co,,| dicine to the degree of jehelbe of |Lading with transhipment at |
jolicitors, P.O. Box 275. Medicine and of Surgery for British Guiona, Barbados } B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS
25.11,50—6n.| Application forms and pamphlets civ- | ward and Leeward Island Z
“Shean a. laraukt at Gea Bee fing sll necessary information may be ‘or further particulars app | ASSOCIATION Ine.
: lemie le Beauté of Paris France| cbtoined from the Registtar, Univ« TrURNESS WITHY ; & COMPANY |
needs voung woman capable of managing | ty College of the West Tf . Mona ° LIMITED . Tele. 4047.
an Institution of Beauty Culture, In-! Jomatea, or from the Resident Titor fo Trinidad, : :
— _o supply all apparatus. Fran-| Extra-Mura!l Studies or the Bkiuce: Pe gi wi
ec atone celebrated French beauty pre-| Department> in the British Caribb: & DA COSTA & Co. I |
perat ions will be given to local institute. | Colonies. Closing date for Applicat: a ac T k td |
For further particulars apply: is January 31, 198%. Barbados, }
Madame MICHELLE MENADITCH, } Es: ene . Te

Leonard: Ave.,
St. Michael, Barbados







(Tel. 3085) 30.11.50—3n Scholarships, Government Exhibit =
‘ian aa ae aa end Exhibition; from other sources
SITUATION VACANT | be awarded in 1951 on the results H I 4
MANAGER — Large Stationery | ** University College Scholarship Ex- |
store in Trinidad, Write stating ex- amination to be heid at the same ti
perience and qualifications to P.O. Box the entrance examinetion
434, Port-of-Spain enclosing recent The awards available in 1951 are
Photograph. Salary according to abili- | University Oullege Open Scholarship OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM

Six of which not less then two will

ty. Minimum $3,600.00 per annum plus

























































Scholarship and Exhibitions for 1%
A number of Universiqy Cotlege Op«























be |















































PAGE SEVEN



FAMOUS

as Brandy






at it’s
Best

as a Liqueur
as a Beverage
as a Safe Stimulant









reenter —— commission. awarded in Arts and not leis than t
ESPERANZA—Fully furnished on St | 93.11.50—12n. | i Natural Sciences. There will be
Jomes Sea Coast. Phone 91-33 SSE —-| awards in Medicine | Vv l F L B wel
1.12.50—6n. | WANTED a esse ‘rom eanes arbados
| arbades Government — Exhibition 2 : = 5
FLAT—Fully furnished, all modem | ..4. NURSE for St. Joseph: Almshouse | Two in Arts, Natural Sciences or M-. | S-S. PHILOSOPHER Liverpool. 15th Nov. 380th Nov.
dimtaninntinn: (> Mateotank:: anette | at a salary of $87.63 per month | dicine S.S. “BIOGRAPHER” London, 27th Nov. 10th Dec.
~ i s Parent Applications to be forwarded to the 4 38 aha s) AT) ** ive .
eee iy ppminutes walk from Clb) Parochial Medical Officer, Ellangowan | zritish Guiana Government Exbibi- | © tin TORE a) BA VeRROS over TON Ath ORE
: 3. 2.12.50—2n.} 5 later than Monday 4th December | te": One 8.8. COLONIAL Newport and a
T AWNY ‘ayes aa te stir > — | 950 | Dominica Government Exhibition Glasgow. 2nd Dec. 17th Dec.
Roed. 2 Bedrooms, anise a Any further particulars can be ob-}| One Art:, Natural Seiences or Me 3.8, DEFENDER” .M/brough $
Dinthh and Sitting vob: very 6 tenj | “ined from the P.M.O a ; | London 2nd Dec, 20th Dee The Bra id: ha di
Dining and Sitting room, very Co eal | : saend, rimmaice Gevrament Runibitiens! | 4 é , ; ndy that made Cognac Famous
ee Fin m A. Ai 8. at. our or more
TANGLIN — Beachmont, Bathsheba. | , Clerk, Poor Law Guardians } St. Lucia Government Exhibition: *
trom February, ‘onwarda, “monthiy a | 22S St_Joreph: fone nS” a HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM STOKES & BYNOE LTD.—Agents
otherwise, jouble bedrooms with sihgie “ > rintda? Jovernment exaibitions “
Simmons _ bed: . h * on Ss Three in Arts or Natura! Sciences 4, 664 “<4
Serene hetmees, Giegay sem BACEELANEOUS __|"Goteary tesniiens Uae tn Ars.) og up COL For _- Closes in Barbados =| Py ey ee
garage, servant’s room. Apply: Howe.| UNFL SHED HOUSE with three | Netural Sciences or Medicine S.S. “LLOYDCREST” London 16th Dee. ;
Ring 3626. Becroom:, Drawing and Dining Rooms, Farquhar on Memoriai Exhibition | . _t
21.8.50—4.f.n | Pantry, two Servants Rooms and Garage. | Two in Arcs or Natural Science For further information apply to - - - s iE
— | Should have garden and grounds suitable | Gilchrist Scholarship: One in Art > .
VESTWARD HO Lands End, £ for Gomestic animals. A long lease will | Nitural Sciences or Medicine | *
Michael from the 16th December. Phone | be considered. Dial 8521 Petrolewm Association of _ ‘Trinidad | DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents *
2938. 2.12.50— 2: 1.12.50-2n. | Exhibition: One in Arts, Natural Scien x
‘ —_ _ ——__—_—_——————- | ces or Medicine. . ‘ . —~—____-—_- ore 3 {
CAR—One Ford Prefect (New) arive| PAYING GUEST—Male or Femaie,. 0: | Full particulars of these are given 1: s Thorough-bred Stallion
yourself at special rat@s for particulars ung couple. In Belleville District, m pamphlet which may be obtained | . x
Dial 8408. 30,11,50—6n. | a very quiet home Write Box X.¥.Z.1 from tne Registrar of the Universit | O x
C/o Advocate Co 1,12.50--3n. | College or from the Resident Tutors fo: | - s
i pee ee ae ea. Extra-Mural Studies or the Edueatio: *
‘ JON “EASE t - | Departments the B t ‘a ra
PUBLIC NOTICES RIGHT PURCHASE. Stone construction, Ce fonie Peale ante riot * acteaier Inc x
‘ modern conveniences 2-4 Bedrooms,|{, January 31, 1951 j % (Bay 1937)
ed in one or more acres of land 2.12.50—a NEW YORK SERVICE x y
a ar ceemernie cement | No Agents, “Box AA, C/o Advocate Co }s/S CG Th Ist December—arrives Barbados 13th December * ,
1S \ ! mCe t , , 9,
Liquor License Session gees 8 0 December—arrives Barbados Ist January x The property of the B’dos Turf Club. Offers will be &
BCXES — All kinds of Card Board 7 - NEV ; ACE ey eer Date tee ting * * _
1 HEREBY give notice that the Liquor | Boxes other than corrugated card LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 2 pine EW ORLEANS SERVICE \ received in writing by the Secretary up to 3lst Decem-
License Sessions for the granting of | Appiy Advocate Binding Dept ‘ Essi sa ve *vernber— arrives Barbados 7th December *
“vd . sess ” e 4 t The slice mm © _ Ds y je Steainre : yk r a . Pry %
Fccttncinn Ate ia. Gene at Lamiet » B10 B0—t.f.n eons application. of Chaties Natigai ! wih D cember—arrives Karbados 2st December *% ber 1950,
License; for the CITY OF BRIDGETOWN aesee | mroee “2 Soa Rab. Se. sabe Se roy A ecember arrive Barbado 4th January a
for 1951 will be held at the Police snap erecta —_-——-— " Land i” an sa “ . és rod : auas Srrsve arbados 17th January . *
Magistrate's Courts Dist. “A” on Thure- | SCRAP GOLD and gold jewellery Fn eee ee eee 2k 1 Sapimiiiiiaiibriiimsiuthiniesb tebe palsiddh cll alinaleciiniiibatantaiga ® For full particulars apply to the Secretary, Barba-
dsiy 14th December 1950, at 11 o'clocx | bought, highest prices pai e your ies Soe sant 5 .
rea : he ee a Ime te ag BE CRT a December, 1950, | ii ainhe | alee * dos Turf Club, Synagogue Lane, Bridgetown, Barbados = ¥
Dated this 30th day of November 1950. ] Broad Street, Bridgetown » Police Magistrate, Dist. “‘C’ j see : s ‘“ x
H. A. TALMA 26.11.50—12n, | A8- Police Magistrate, ON) BAILEY SOUTHBOUND ‘ ‘
nA: MA, wees Sign > «EY, ,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A"’. —_————_—- — Ce pant . Sails Sails Arrives tot ot tet, 9664-656666OO
Se se, a NOTICE N.B.—This application wii he eon wath e Se Montreal Halifax Barbados see wae en z “es
i PARISH OF ST. THOMAS sidered at a Licensing Court to be hela one Pol is 24th. Nov 27th ath De
i i i The Parochial Office at Bennets will be | at Police Court, District “C”, on Friday i Dace Pi rim’ 12th. Ty 22nd, Dee
1quor 1cense eSSION elaued oh “Wednesdit * 6th December | the 15th day of December 1950, at 11) ©. “Alcoa Pennant ‘ 29th Wer 8th, Jan
195 , ‘etock, a.m i 7: - ——— - en, se
I HEREBY give notice that the Liquor | 1950 - e PRLASEM oar G. B. GRIFFITH,| NORTHBOUND
License Session for the granting of F. “hial Treasurer Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist i Arrives
Certificates for the renewal of Liquor es Parochial Treasurer, | 2.12. 50-17 | Sarbedee
License: for the parish of St. Mivhael { 2-12.50—3r en
for 1951 will be held at Police — = s. “Alcoa Polaris” Arrives Barbedos 13th December, Sails for ‘
Magistrate's Courts Dist. “A’’ on Thurs- | — | St. John, NB. and Walifax, N.S
aay i4th December 1950, at 11 o'clock NMENT NOTICE | The veiseis have Hmited passenger accommodation.
am GOVER
Dated this 30th day of November 1950 wane
E. A. MeLM@OD, | ina es THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service.
olice Magistrate rn, * : DAG - — ° ‘
1.12.50.-2n.$ POST OFFICE NOTICE pply OSTA & CO.,, LTD.—Canadian Service For Your Convenience, We
; oe ahha
See: Mieco. Sve cal From Monday next, 4th December and until further — ae wc h L 8 le ys
i 1} 1a) . sa i ae t the Genera S=S== Be AS a urge OU, 1e8 0, .
Liquor License Session j mails for Great Britain and Europe will be closed a : ere a ve Large PP
YOU'LL BE SURE TO NEED :

1 HEREBY give notice that a Licensing}
Session for the granting of Certificates |
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for
the Parishes of St. Joseph and 5S
Andrew will be held at District “I
Puiice Court on 15th December 1950, at
11 o'clock a.m.

Dated this Ist day of December

J. R. EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘‘F"'
1,12.50-—3n

Liquor License Session

1 HEREBY give notice that a Licensing

1950.














Post Office at 11.45 A.M.
close on Fridays at 2 P.M. as usual,

General Post Office,
1950.

PERSONAL
FOR SALE

MACHINERY AT WILDEY
PLANTATION,

giving ;
JORDAN inee Hut-on) as I do not hold
anyone el*e

myself responsible for her or
debt in my

any debt or
signed

co) tracting

unless by order

a written

Sessions for the granting of Certificates | °°" ST. MICHAEL
for the renewal of Liquor License; for Sioned THOMAS JORDAN,
the Parishes of St. Philip and St. John ’ Belleplaine, St. Andrew CANE CARRIER
will be held at Police Court, District ‘*¢ 2.12.50—2 MILI Dunc: Stuart
at 14 a.m. on the 15th day of December, | sees a eee walsh
on ———————— 20” x 30”, Complete.
Dated this 20th day of November, 1950 | ENGINE and GEARING;
Cc. L. H. D. WALWYN ‘ .
Fag Panne ig cies ’ Geo. Fletcher & Co.
Police Magistrate, Dist. “C | Values!



1,12.50—

3n



On and after Monday

we the undersigned will be closing to
bisiness for the luncheon interval at
12 noon.

Re-opening at 1 p.m. each
weekly half-holiday excepted.
Our Customers are asked to co-operate
wnd arrange their shopping accordingly.
J. N, Goddard & Sons Ltd.
Cave Shepherd & Co
Alleyne Arthur & Co. Ltd
Lashieys Ltd.

Ltd
C. F. Harrison & Co, (Barbados) Ltd.
Plantations Ltd.
© H,. Johnson & Co
Stenifeld Scott & Co, Ltd.
Collins Ltd.

day, our

|

NOTICE
4th December
|

Y. De Lima & Co, Ltd.
Knights Ltd.
Bruce Weatherhead Ltd.



nger Sewing Machine Co
H. Jason Jones & Co. Ltd
A Barnes & Co. Ltd.
Johnson & Redman
Perkins & Co.

Pitcher Connell & Co.
Cole & Co, Lid
& Medford Ltd.
Ltd.

(Feed Dept

Ltd.
Ss. E.
Ashby
J, O, Tudor & Co,
W. M. Ford

S, H. Cheesinan
W. A. Medford & Co

H. H, Gulstone & Co. Ltd

re estate of
WILLIAM WORRELL

deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim
against the estate of William Worrell
deceased, late of Jackson in the parish
of Saint Michael, who died in this
Island on the 24th day of September,

195C are requested to send particulars
of their debts and claims duly attested
to the
Tull, C/o Messrs
No. 12 High
tors, on or _ before
December, 1050,
proceed to

undersigned Hubert Waterman
Haynes & Griffith,
Bridgetown Solici-
the 3ist day of
after which date !
distribute the assets
of the deceased among the persons en-
titled thereto, having regard only to
such claims of which I shall then have
liable for
part thereof so dis-
debt
had

Street,

shall

had notice and I will not be
the assets or any
tributed to arry person
shal!

of whose
or claim Ff not then have
notice
And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their
debtedness without delay
Dated this 3lst day of October, 1950
HUBERT WATERMAN TULL, ,
Qualified Executor

2.11. 50—4n

EXHIBITION NOTICE

Public attention is drawn to an

in-



error in the Prize List for the
Agricultural Exhibition on 6th
and 7th December: Cut Flowers,

Orchid Section, Page 145, Division
10, Class 3, Sections 29 and 30,



which reads: “This Section for
Members only.”

Both of these Sections and all]
other sections in this class are|
open to the Public. |

28.11.50—3n



Hairdressing Notice

Cc. A. Brathwaite
Manning & Co. Ltd iCorner Stone
Electrical & Sales Dept.)
1.12.50—3

MEGASS ELEVATOR --
—Single Strand
301LER:
Multitubular 7ft x 12f1.
BOILER FEED AND
COLD WATER PUMP

“Excellent .
“Weil Worth Every ¢
of the think

iperb Table mo el
Ga



These are s¢
aid of
Gas Hot

Showroom,

the

plates At

THE public are hereby warned against
credit .to 1% wite ROWENS

|

Your |

Why (rot tall ant) see ee RAW JUICE PUMP. Doubie
Se ely th hike \W Action., CLARIFIERS, Three
For CHRISTMAS | 600 gins. each. HOT LIQUOR

t

PUMPS. Two, Single Action
, EVAPORATOR., ASPINAL
ee PANS. One large, one small,
| FILTER PRESSES, Twe.,
MONTEJUS., MEGASS





See Us For The Following - - -



HARDWARE ITEMS ELEVATOR ENGINE. 6 ton
WESTON BLOCK TWO

4-Prong Agricultural Forks, ROPE BLOCKS. MILL
Ready Mixed House Paints, ENGINE and GEARING--~
Bens Duncan Stewart. PIPING



SUNFLEX 2, * Toney of Sizes and FITTINGS.
Household Enamelled Ware, Glass- FIREBRICKS.
ware, Galvanized Buckets and
Sheets Apply to. .
eta THE MANAGER
COZIER & co. | Wildey Plantation,
| Dial 2856
Roebuc jf :
ree Se a 29.11,50,—3n,









EXHIBITION NOTICE

THE









PERSONS ATTENDING
Exhibition
PARK

Annual Agricultural
at QUEEN'S

are requested to assist the organisers of the Exhibition
by presenting the exact admission charge at the en-
trance gates. The cost of admission is:
ADULTS 2’.
CHILDREN under 12 1/-

N.B.—No passes will be given, and anyone leaving





a. em
WEDNESDAY 6th and THURSDAY 7th
DECEMBER



the Park will be charged again for admission.
- 2.12.50—1n,






ONL

At







instead of 2 P.M. Mails for these places will i

2.12.50—2n

1st December, “ee



@ ENAMEL JUGS
| @ ENAMEL WASHPANS
@ ENAMEL SAUCEPANS

@ ENAMEL BOWLS
AT XMAS
GET

YOU CAN THEM AT.....
The CENTRAL EMPORIUM

(CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD,.—PROPRIETORS).

WH
\















|

: *

>
ff
| FOR LADIES: Nicely finished LEATHER CALIFORNIA
} CASUALS—in Patent or Suede in various designs
( $5.85; $6.45;
t
Hh, FOR MEN: DURABLE



(f
tt

$6.65

LEATHER SHOES with LEATHER

SOLES—



in Black and Brown .. 0.4.6). .0.5s80 es $5.05; $6.20; $7.55
} with Rubber Soles ...... ssa, 94,36
| With Gfepe Boles oi vciiis cece $6.25; $7.95

' FOR CHILDREN :

sizes. Also S.
{

Tropical LEATHER SHOES in all
DALS with Rubber Soles



PUMPS: Canvas PUMPS in all sizes, in White,
and Blue,

srown

Hosiery, Socks, Shoe Polishes, Suede Cleaner



—_—

The Best at the Lowest Cost —

PRESTCOLD
REPRIGERATURS

There is a Prestcold Model to suit
Every Home — Every Pocket




Incorporating the Exclusive Prestador
Inner door for extra food storage

MODEL §. 772 - 7.7 co. ft
MODEL §.472 -— 44 eu. ft.

Made by the largest Manufacturers of Automatic



Refrigerators in Britain — well worth waiting for

Sealed Pressmatic Units with 5-year Guarantee



now and get yours.

ora, I .
> vee these











Xmas Rope, Tags, Tinsel Cord, Xmas Trees and

a Variety of Decorations
me SEE OUR STOCK and SELECT EARLY

COLLINS DRUG STORES.



« BOOKER'S ”°

For your XMAS GIFTS :—

We have just opened a lovely assortment of

XMAS CARDS
XMAS CRACKERS
LADIES TOILET SETS
PLASTIC POWDER BOWLS
PIFCO HAIR DYERS
PIFCO VIBRATORS
XMAS TREE LIGHTS... .ete. ete. .
Call in at BOOKER’S Early

BOOKER'S (B'Dos) DRUG STORES LTD.

Broad Street and Hastings Alpha Pharmacy






























Free! Gratis!





Solve the problem of selecting your Christmas Gifts
with the FREE advice and assistance of our friendly
Clerks,

the Happy

us in

Help

Celebration of our

ANNIVERSARY
CHRISTMAS |

by
Jy

giving us the privilege of supplying your needs

during this month,

YOU WILL ENJOY

+
TRY TO ARRIVE EARLY~
SHOPPING AT...
























































R. Pinder. for the State side and Second Division / SEF |
Regiment vs. Police at Garrisen ile ek ec Cricket in Barbados Cric- aD UC COCR TEE 4.366 Ly a
: Umpires W. Roach and S. Cole TERRY ee 62). decB.C ket Association games at x een VOL IE LE POPOOSSCIOOIOIS SSI PISS DO ODIO S

Leeward vs. College at Foster's 1 pm. LEEWARD CRICKET CLUB 8
Umpires: S. Gilkes and J. Mar-],, ,,,. Country XI — tat Innings i Golf at Rockley Golf and WwW. tf th f llowi BUILDING MATERIALS
ville, RWead wNSWho. Hollen «... ‘ Country Club—November e ojjer e& followin —
easy pad a Hoa ‘ Beer Mug Competition, ANNUAL DANCE 9
e at ,





Lodge vs. Y.M.P.C. at Lodge The home team’s other hero professional at the Royal PERCENTAGE BASIS
Umpires: J. Hinds and G, Brad-] was their captain Reg Beattie who Ottawa Club in Canada, OUR SPECIALTY! SHOES for Ladies, Gents and Children
shaw. as long ako as 1936 scored a cen- arrives at 8.00 a.m. by Make contact at 6) and F
Combermere vs, Empire at Com-[ tury against G, O. Allen’s touring T.C.A, to take up a win. FORDE'S
bermere, Umpires: C. Small and | team, and in this match made 69. » ter coaching appointment JEWELLERY SHOP,

C. Collymore.
Central vs. Foundation at Vau-
cluse. Umpires: E. R, Oxley anc





Ernest Wakelam, senior golf

with the Rockley
and Country Club.
First Division, Intermediate,

It may have been Golt

agement for the

some encour-
MCC to have
known that he at least had played

Parkhouse b Hollies 0 Annual Bazaar in aid of Old

al Hinman ¢











Nelson Street.
2.12.50.—1n,

LOSE SSEEE SESS

Serre ree















as they are too numerous to be mentioned.



BROADWAY DRESS SHOP

















aul
PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1950
‘ ; * | ai
ittles Out M.C.C. Take Honours Vs | Saal
_ | 'NE’S N LMANAC
| , ° _ MAN
England Skittles Out You'll Be Tathing About The ||| BROWNE'S NAUTICAL A
} ~ =4e y, r \e
Wa les Cou nt XI Most Exciting WOMAN Since FOR 1951
e - ” P ’ = a
ies For 228 “MILDRED PIERCE’! Roberts & Co. = = Dial 3301
u (From Our London Correspondent) " |
| LONDON, November 24th. NEW WARNER BROS. SMASH! }
| Even though they were unable to press home their victory i
AS FIRST TEST OPENS bid at least the MCC emerged from this game against a!
New South Wales Country XI with more honour than in|
BRISBANE. Dec. 1! | their previous match.
Oi at ’. onic ors pr “ing sir best all-r . They forced their oppenents i —_—_—_———...-
England's cricketers producing their best all-round form of | follow on and in their second in. ©PPonents for 156, Bedser claim. U MW. '
the tour skittled Australia’s powerful batting side for 22 | nings claimed two wickets for 55 ‘8 ‘wo for 24, Warr two for 31 f 5 HE RI1GH . Ter Ty
runs when the first Test was begun here today. jruns before stumps were drawn, ®"4 Bailey another two for 31
Bad light stopped play before at which stage they were still € SI rwalee the tea interval the :
England could begin their reply. runs ahead sy =Decame very overcast and
Encouraged by the dismissal of Bright batting by Shepparc pgs ag a one . fi est Fain ‘ 2
Jack Mcroney without a run on Simpson and Dewes gave the MCC nings’ victory. Bailey awtion oar A Collection of
the board, Snglahd bea -_ a ast sfactory at a a paaee the last mar. 7 : NEW WARNER BROS. SMASH!
fielded with great tenacity an collapse preventec them rom Rather against speculatio
spirit reaching the large total which at Brown enforced tne “follows Tinh a | handsome pat-
Over 100 runs of Australia’s one time seemed probable , instead of taking an hour and a SYDNEY GREENSTREET: DAVID BRIAN
total came from the bats of Neil Sheppard and Simpson put on {quarter's batting practice He Sere" Pies by 1D wit on |
Harvey and Ray Lindwall, 124 for the first wicket before the |probably did so because the Pee ee eee terns made by
Harvey played a_ splendidly former, who had never looked as as was so dead that such / ig iN /\ |
nfident knock including ten comfortable as his partner, was | Practice would have been of no é ( ¢ |
Teslance before ne was snapped up bowled shortly after the lunch ih j8reat value. Indeed it speaks on 7 * | Manufacturers
f Pe aoe eed S nea cited : es 4 ;volumes for the slowness of th BRIDGETOWN
behind the wicket by Godfrey terval by Roy Smith, medium fasi I nthala that * the arene _ i NAD OE d |
Evans. left-arm. Smith, whil 2 was i a oughou e 5 - § yee |
Bite edreaite” tues to Ada uted Prisatin cheat for Ox, | Whole of the New South Wales NOW PLAYING 4.45 & 8.30 p.m. and Continuing of note
oa ty" TR crap, . ©}. : first innings Brown did not have .
Bedser (four for 45) Trevor Bailey ferdshire in the Minor Countie one man on the boundary daily
(three for 28) and Freddie Brown Championship in 1947 When New South Wales follow. |
(two for 63). Slow Fie ed on, with a draw as the only |
The Scores : Slow rier obvious outcome, the damp rather | .
s S; Immediately after Sheppard | dreary proceedings were enliven-} CyOststs Paty tat < Pin
AUSTRALIA FIRST INNINGS fell, Simpson was also out—|ed when the tiny umpire, whon POSSESS PSCSESOOS OF OOSPOCOPSOOPOSOS ot
1. Moroney ¢ Hutton b Bailey a caught at mid-off in trying to hit |the home players addressed as| ? ¥ .
Bt snew aaa eaten Ae i left-arm spinner Gerrard. Morally | “Pop”, raised his hand after an % CALLING ALL CHILDR EW! %| Stripes
K. Miller ¢ McIntyre b Wright .. 15 it might be claimed that each o! eo Apres against Cooper, the} : 1] d
L.. Hassett b Bed-er 2 these batsmen had scored a cen- \ 1ome captain, But Cooper con-| % y la’ ’ Y al an
® aya e'ecas Sons) a | fury. The outheld, on which. ave | tried Jn he janings peouabiy eal § ee eee nee
D. Tallon ¢ Simpson b Brown i inches of rain had fallen the pre-!e result’ of intervention by |
i. Johnson © Simpson b Bailey .. 23 A. V. BEDSER— vious week, was reported by critics | mone coe spoke to the Lan pIES. ‘ To the DRILL HALL Fancy
Fe hae ae ee 1 ~~ England’s Best Bowler in Australia to have been the slow- ie” ball sman apparently had hit|
Extras 56 byes, 3 leg byes, 3 no balls 11 eee est they had seen for years. The = K THIS AFTERNOON AT 3 O’CLOCK Stripes
5 a ball dragged and bumped across it Scores: 1§ i i
Total P ‘ MCC Gam: so wearily that Sheppard could] ™.C.c. First tnnings (Simp on 66, Shep-| % There will be TOYS of every description, cheap TOYS, - :
Fall of wickets: 1—0; 2—69; 3~-116; persuade it to the white fence only | para a, as s expensive TOYS, TOYS FOR Boys, TOYS for Girls
eee. "ese : 218 ‘ i ee ee elem , th 3~80) 27 :
ae ie eee To Be iene dor thee ue ee lee siitree li, Mequiâ„¢: COUNTRY x1 LUCKY DIPS, PONY RIDES, GAMES of CHANCE Prices
BOWLING ANALYSIS Fowler and aiso hit inree Reena i ScbtehA et or Bring your parents, there are interesting things for
Bailey Ye es Garies. L. Fowler ¢ McIntyre b Berry 19 them too—CHRISTMAS CRACKERS and DECORATIONS Per Yard
Botese ny 4 es orgotten Parkhouse, much in need of F, Cote CoM ea: SOE CARDS and TAGS. NEEDLEWORK, NOVELTIES,
r ft < , practice, batted attractively for]|v. McGuire c Bedse > fi pe 4 - - .
| re ¥ Teaser iF three-quarters of an hour, before | & Wotton. c ane Mae ee 1" SWEETS, CAKES, COOKED FOOD, PLANTS; y From. _ 'e
—_—! ar rom Our ry Corre pondent) hooking fast bowler Searle and | & Ellem b Bedser 40 FLOWERS, VEGETABLES, at eo)
This FO pa a” ts giving an easy catch to short leg I ‘Tanase aoe c t Z 1 : %
: é : » seventh of the terwards only Dewes who com-)\p, c sn Bailey . 3)
. 9 fa tour, will long be the subject of pleted another half century real. | ; ancy "s et 1 A A BS) to
Today 8 Cricket Rrergearky It was played against; ly got on top of the bowlers and ee - THE ANNUAL BAZ R % .
y ie Ww South Wales Country XI and]from 188 for four the scoreboarc! Total we :
Gantes was originally arranged as a two-|changed to 274 all out, Small Howling: Bedser B84 -.Warr 2—21 Under the Distinguished Patronage of His Excellency >
F Divisi sible nusen ue play was pos- cance the I pet. a ae Balley 2 31, Brown 2—49, Berry 1—1i4! the Governor and Mrs. Savage s
irst ivision @ > cause of rain on the first} capture in the last quarter of an S.W. COUNTRY XI — 2nd Innings ©
iay. And on the second each side hour of the first New South 3 eae uae molt th sale , AT 3 p-m. TO-DAY x ave @ er 0 t
December 2, 9, 16: . ompleted only one innings, at the| Weles wicket without a run on \y “payior not out M7 The Police Band under Capt. Raison will be in attendance 3 v i
College vs Wanderers at College, | end which the MCC were 27 i mania: Brown close in oh the J. Cooper not out 20 i ais 8 é :
Umpires: J, H. Walcott and D,}runs behind their opponents. i seen dene ee ee ADMISSION: Adults 1/- — Children urses 6@
Roachford. Australians, stating that the ene offered by Maguire off Total (2 wkts) 66 reaulataanein gst % 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
Carlton vs. Pickwick at Carlton. | Match had become a_one-day| ¥ 2!" - PPLELOLEL SELES ESEPOE ESOS SS SSE SO OOOSS00°2
Umpires: T. Sisnett and L. Spellos. | #ffair, asserted that the MCC had W.K. At Gull Bowli"g: Bedser 1—8, Brown ‘14.
Spartan vs. Lodge at Park, Um- | been beaten—whjch morally they On the: seco ay, SSS SSS
pires: C. Cumberbatch and L, E. waee~-Ut under two-day rules iinet iterating’ oer ere =e SOOO DDO OOOO
: the game was not finished and the 4 . ‘i Comarniy: tne
King. shed and the most unusual spectac Jas x ‘
uy * : . se Cc pre stitie, po oe nos § spectacle was the ~
Empire vs. eae at Bank ae, were justified in claiming a sight of Godfrey Evans, Englana’s | % CRESCENT ¥ 1S
ae 8s. C oster and frog Ret teetMasiilieg: by first choice wicket-keeper, field- x
a c the MCC, only a fighting innings bets "5 Wee tate tener x BICYCLE & DEPT ‘ ms
Intermediate Bile tae ni ee ae pote since Evans has played in a match x x
" ° in vhic > as or
December 2, 9, 16: score of 142, saved them from ‘hat, behind. ie athena oe x STORES /
Y.M.P.C vs. Windward at] complete rout. Apart from him,]this occasion he did so in order |¢ WHAT A CHOICE !
Beckles Road. Umpires: G. Fords ae 4 Simpson and Brown man- in afford additional practice to % Hercules Biqycle- and Bieycle ¥
and J. Hall. aged to reach double figures, It] Arthur MacIntyre, second strin Parts are delivered to you with &
Cable & Wireless vs. Mental} was indeed an inglorious display] stumper, e % all art jewels, cosmetics and % WHAT A SELECTION !
Hospital at Boarded Hall. for a touring team and coming so} The pitch itself remained slug- | % Resor aay Aatoeaver + Srey %
narewoad.| "ATR ant W) rei vinen Yorke future,” "| Were" unable Wo exten aay hfe | aaitadh "Ae If LOVELY CREPE ROMAIN in 6 Enchanting Colour
arewood. appy ome wv the future , xtract a or Phone B61 2.12,50—2n, * a
i ic s. Spar at the Mainly responsible — for »jfrom it at all. In the circum- |% ; cae @ $2.40 per ¥d.
F eek. Uae Go krcher be C. MCC collapse wes weitinm-iene stances, therefore, and even al- | %6066s00G0C05009CSCS000R WHITE CRESPO LOVABILLE ...... @ $1.36 per Yd,
Batson ih bowler John Bull-—and that's his] !owing for the fact that the 399999995009 G599998S9990F PLAITED TAFFETA in 10 designs @ $1.47 per Yd.
Dla ial ny ites ‘ : 5 alos jv | Opposition was only, moderate, the | % eee are we PLAIN SPUN IN WHITE and 10 more Colours
Wanderers vs. Empire at Bay. }] real name who claimed six MCC did well to dismiss their |& % @ 88c. per Yd
Umpires: G. Clarke and W. Bay- | Wickets for 24 runs, He played in aR GEE te t ee i.
‘or . grade cricket last season for the x FITZ. 0). PRESCOD % ALL one aa hijo BA Ara eee @ 4 J per a.
; . bie Vavely 34 , sais ack an ose Mesa ca astray D $2. r i
Second Division Wavely Club, Sydney, but was u ; Building Constructor g @ $ Pe
never considered good enough at son To-day x ,
December 2, 9: i to ply, - the New South % WORK UNDERTAKEN ON Many more Materials are awaiting your Inspection
es seconc :








Commonwealth R’ McDonald © snd b Brown 9 Ladies’ Home at Drill Hall
immureag- ok: deeb b- mners 6 3 p.m. $ SPRING HALL PLANTATION STANDARD HARDBOARD SHEETS
scm ; O. Lambert b B 5 Meeting Officers’ Mess 8.15 g side 1/8” thick 4’ ,
Dismiss India z Bull ¢ Berry b Hollies 1 p.m. % mae 3/16” “thiek Yh > . mo a "
W. Pickles c Parkhouse b Bert 17 n TO-NIGHT » Sq. ft,
For 82 R. Roxby not put 20 % - 4
xtras
; Boo Music by CLEVIE GITTENS TILEBOARD SHEETS
SOORBAY, Tipe, fae a The Weath S Admission by ticket CREAM, WHITE & GREEN ‘ as rE
_The Commonwealth touring} ,.. of wickets: 149; 249; 3-49; e eather $ 4’ x 4’ & 6 @ 52. sa. ft. . Es
cricket a ee in oe 400: 5-06; G—'P4: 7-124; 8-125: 9 .0:DAY $ DANCING from 9 p.m. to 3 a.r.. GA R Y M F R RI ‘+ Bact Freee
Second “Test” here to-day dis- | t52 TO- Brie it aa Bert Fees
missing them for 82 before tea. Bowling: Hollies 16--3—39—5; Berry } BAe SOCESEG SSH ~ — __ Tom Tully
At the close “the Commonwealth | 00-1 4h-4;.Brown. tok 81; Glee Sun Rises: 6.02 a.m, ASBESTOS WOOD SHEETS Produced and virectes by OT {QO PREMINGER
were 55 for 2 in reply eohie ce sty 8 2 Sun Sets: 5.37 p.m. hello Boys and Girls, Remember 3/16” thick 4’ x 4” & 8’ @ 14e, sq. ft. Serean Play by REX CONNOR « Adaptation by Vicior vas, Frank
India lost eight wickets for 38 ~ MLC.O, ist Innings oe ee Quarter): the : P. Rotenberg and Rotert E. Kent + From a Novel by Williars!. Stuart
against the four-man Common- * Li ecember 2
wealth attack and only their cap- | ® T. Simpson ¢ Mannix b Bull. 25 Lighting: 6.00 p.m, GRAND DANCE B. R. C. METAL FABRIC



D. S. Sheppard ce and b Bull 4






















































tain Vijay Merchant and C. S.}w. G.’a Parkhou-e lbw b Bull 0 High Water: 10.09 a.m.; No, 3€—3” x 3” mesh
Nayudu were able to reach double a o DeWwe eo Roxby. b Hil a 9.49 p.m. ibe No. 65—6” x 6” “ * : i
figures. ; ‘lose Ibw nman 2 ; ; ar > 9—3” on a hap we: ‘ : ;
Six men were out for “ducks” 7 i ae eee co aek YESTERDAY Mr GORDON BROW NE or vei ” mn weight i ;
Frank Worrell, West Indian swing ¢ ‘Sed ie ¥ eta 1 ' : NO, 2 ” ” > 5, 9
bowler took 2 for 23. Ramadhin My , Wace b pickies 5 Rainfall (Codrington): Nil at the CHIMING BELLS UNITED TERRIFIC OPENING TO-DA Y Sf
is not in the team ’ x prey not ay; pate eadlte . Temperature (Max.) 84.0° F in eee ae eRiti Panne SAC, THE 4 TRE
Merchant batted five minutes] W. ©. Hollie: ¢ Beattle b Bull , é Temperature (Min,) 74.5° F Marchflela is > { ’
over three hours for 37 and Nay- ma tees Ele Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) ADMISSJO¢ ae Bo 4 EMPIRE <
udu 76,minutes for 29. Together Total "42 E.N.E.; (3 p.m.) E.S.E. Muse hs “Maclesiie’s Orchestra WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. 9 |
ae po~ oak ‘Al : Ly Fall of wickets; 1-24, 2—24 4-33 Wind Velocity: 15 miles per rans nine a te Bon 5 . ; Extra ! Extra !
Me Tent eieorens powtar Manic 4287; 581; 6-92; TM; 8-122; ots Serial aad . boooooacooc ENSeSooooneccosece OC “CRADLE OF LIBERTY” in Technicolor
2 o : ro : ‘ * AVDIK ‘“
the ro ae eee wickets | Mi witne: Bull 6-24, Pickles © 2-28 | “ES a) 99.853 SCS BEAUTY AT WORK” (March of Time) =\
before the close. Roxby ' -29, Hinman 1—-30 : =\:
—Reuter, MATCH DRAWN |
DANCE | " ,
By Jimmy Hatlo IN aid of RESOLUTE SPORTS I M RI INNING AS FAS | ' AS I CAN
—<————=== At
RECOUNT?HAHal RIDICULOUS! G puasaune PLANTATION,
- ISE St. George.
THIS IS AN OVERWHELMING VOTE to get a bottle of the new wonder remedy
OF CONFIDENCE FROM THE TO-NIGHT
PEOPLE! JUSTICE TRIUMPHS! Admission: 3/- (bir ticket only * + é
I ACCEPT THE MANDATE Dancing 9—3 MAGI OIL .
Music by “Ho! e” Jord ‘s <
OF THE MAJORITY - MPiokete nor Transistable ca ‘
| ma ae i HEALING I hear it’s a product I can’t afford to be with-
———— = out, because its useful for so many things. I |
os )
( RISTMAS M s I : } mean to keep my whole family fit by using
° |
i / , F J I US ( it for coughs and colds, and to end colic and i
/ . 2 *t . . : }
“th CI e See nae eee diarrhoea in a hurry. And do you know it i
_ 7 CROOKS! ROBBERS! \ pig een se re seaeee can be used externally for a massage as well,
~~ (/ STUFFED BALLOT BOAES! \ — Wiisic’ ch the Gaihediel an Ui focht 133 ect
it, HIRELINGS! GUT voTesiv 2 ie eoueiire — eee to ee pain and to treat cuts and bruises
tl THIS ELECTION IS A BLOT ON at 8.15 p.m. —and as if that weren’t enough it can be used
= =; ’ ®
THE NATIONS ESCUTCHEON! iat i a ie for animals and poultry too.
I DEMAND A RECOUNT! dral will be by prosramme. That’s why T° Ik
Th. TAKE IT Vee ri y gramme, hat’s why I'm running, not w i y
fale aati ee? nM Copies will be on sale at Breet Werns $8. mg
sUPREME COURT! Lee the Advocate Stationery nearest drug store to get a bottle right away
_ — Se | . ‘A from Saturday, 2nd Decem- ; , : . ig
SRE \ fe ber, at the following prices:
AS . Programme of admission to F
lof NA
pal } , Nave—1/3 per copy ) b
< (Se F # sA\ Programme of admission to y 5
a A) FA { Gallery (Upstairs)— { | 5
a ‘ | 6d. per copy } l i} é
“es | ?
: AFIS SN ——— STOKES & BYNOE LTD.—AGRNS ———————————————————— —————4
a _—








PAGE 1

SATURDAY. DrCFMBFR 2 1030 BAMADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Three Aequitteri Of House Breaking And Larceny Charge 3 Years For Stealing KENNETH GRANNUM Comoro Hinds and Keith Web%  tar were discharged bv Hii Honour the Chief Justice Sir Allan CoUyn after a petit mry found them not guilty ol housed em Inn uWdwaUing %  if Elfrieda Marshall and receivuu stolen uoods on Julv 21. 1950 OMCUtlea allege.! that on July 21. Ktnnr'h Grannum. Cos..:. -.i Kates Webster knowing that Elfrieda Marshall bar house at Goodland, St Michael locked up. broke Into it and stole article* Valued at pan [ KIII.M, .tness called lor the Prosecution was Sgt. Louts Marshall ..Uached to the Black Ki-rk Police Station He said that on July 22 about 11 a.m. he went to the house of Violet Grannum at Thomas Gap. St Michael Hiii.i %  search warrant with urana; him and found in the house a compressed Cuban sugar bag Whfcn araa taken IWaV and shown > Marshall who identlBad it aj ban Some n Elfrieda Marshall made a report that her house at Bd entered ni arttdaa stolen. tD the Ann .. paw |m. i,.„, : i < adofan guuta ,,t UM lar.eni of wit CJ 9*. the prepcrtj of Hwrha | i the Chief JUJUCC Sir AII..11 Colly. more sentenced him to three years' penal servitude for thi offence at the Court of Sessions yesit 1 Cadogon was also charged with toeing .1 habitual criminal and for 1'., cbataj In which he pleader guilt) n, Boos l him to tr. impi! :,in, tit After pleading guilty or beuu a habitual irjrunal Cadogan a^kc.i the couit to exercise lenlcnc.. DO his behalf ^^ In the rase of larceny tht procution brought witnesses n, pi.Uiat Cadogon stole vesta valued fl Is. from C. F. Harrison A Co. Ltd., on August 30. Cadogan told the jury that ., cash boy of Harrison's had givin him the parcels to uki ott else. Fkil witness to be called, Bertie Hart, store-walker of the film, said that Austin Crawford Save bun some information and tot went towards the stairway. be saw CaduKan with two part all in his hand and Cadogan an 1 %  I back and tried to put inn:. recess IU the wall. They drop] and he went upstairs. He shouted to George Goddard and askci him to stop htm The police Utter arrested hun Found Doors O/H'H 1 Mai shall of Goodland, %  l said she went to Cuba %  ear* ago and returned ind on February 10 1040. On July 21 she left her house about 1 p.m Before leaving the house she closed the windows and doors About 4 p.m. she returned home and found the gate at the back of the house open and the two doors at the back of the house also open. When she entered the house she noticed that UM whole place was I and made a search to find that a dress which she valued at $230 ami a bag which she brought hack with her to the Mine; to Kenneth Grannum, n Minds and Keith Wcb%  1. %  -.. Itartnall %  aM that she knew them bv seeing them "knocking Austin Crawford was the eye aiound" Goodland. The; witness who saw Cadogan n move a1 any lime went to her place the vests George Goddard and P.C Jo*eph Atherley gave corrobora'.iv.n ktano %aerle) told boa Cadogan had tned to escape. Bays Duty Club's Roster Th* KM "W Club nl th. Uay Sir..i tar Dr. r Dc I. R D \iurph-. ' • 5 St Inmrd. Bl Mi.hwi Thnma. • n St Pi.ul V Mlctvarl Drr 4. Pcv C<"al Bet hiMlwmn Hum*. SI Wi'h,..l Ilr. I BriDi. Clarkr o iUirni..r, Col Mr. S Mlch—l De. s N Ch.|,i.i-ii 1J.1. tttmtm Road, cim-i Cfeurca DM J HUIMHI t'ullymot* %  )<-., St Mtrha*! Ds*. S. N tornoni c M J. P BanK H-ll H..-U DfC '> Mr Mi, 1 a HFIhrl Hlulon Houar Dr. HI V D. CiilSey Bay Street Ito.. School, si aHrharl Drr II. r Moor* Bsnk Hall X Road. SI Mldiiirl Dc* 11 W l-l %  id. c o Balvallan Arm). St \i .. De. IS W II Mil Dept AdviKt Co DM l K Pll* ami Pt Ofllr-. Brldtri... r II UNHlr PiobBiio.i i>" Sti-i t)IS. H M W.. I %  Paul. Vicarage. SUnriocl DnIT V B St John r o N. B ll..-ll ll.y BireM. St Michael Drr II c'o Parochial BulldinaDee IB. J Jemmot col' %  hatS cHltce. SI Michael n*c SO; O S Coppin CO Rrpo'torlal Dei' Advoea*' C Dw II Bav. UM SI Michael Cathedral. St Mlftiael De23 W O Maynrm Swan Slreei p. rider town D*c Hi Bin agt Vtarwood Oniral PUHce Ktatlon Dec M. B Bourne I o Nbit lion Offlc* Bridselown i>. Ba'owell ro Kmmli'i'. Cim< '' a*] De.M A Jordan '. Jamen Dec T. C W Bud USkf. *l Michael. Dec 1" H M WllCOlt C n Prohatloo Oltlcr Boeburk Street Dae IB A lihma-1 Mai nrld^rtown D-c SOOa Land. ** Michael '•%  'i M la> ... Rev Prmberton. HI Paul. eiessssM vhile she was at hi Cpl. Kenneth Murphy attached i*. Central Police Station said that on Jul> 21—that time he was 10 Black Rock Police %  .nse<|iient upon a re,nm mad-at the Black Rock 'i %  Station, he went to Elfrieda Marshall's house and looking into 'he bedroom found that the sheet* and nther clothing were scattered on the ground. A large travelling trunk was in the drawing room on in' table. The place was In an untidy condition. After returning ',, the I'nlice Station he received certain information and contacted Kenneth Grannum on Tudor Road about 10.20 p.m. the %  same night Voluntary Statement CAR WON The resu't of the Rat' Club Raffle as certified by Fitzpatrirk. Graham AC<>. Auditor-. is as follows — 111 Prile Ti %  t 2nd Prize Ticket 3rd Prire Ticket CpL WaUon asked Grannum to accompany him to Black Rock Station where he (Grannum) made a voluntary statement and said that he was not the only one that was involved. OetUnl his address he and Watson left Grannum at the Station and later picked up Hinds about Hinds after arriving at the Station also made a statement and was cautioned Hinds also named Grannum and Webster as involved with him and lory telling where the articles were. On the morning of July 22 he went to Keith Webster's house and brought him to the Station. He also made | statement which he i Murphy) took down in EUeen Marahall told the court M 'shall';, place not far from hers and on July %  he saw two men coming tram the direction of Blfrlada'a house. She did not get a good glimpse of the men. but noticed that one of them was carrying a small parcel undi I Another witness. Wilhelmina No H73* Stuart, a hawker of RichNu 211" ,nom| c,it P* a|d thal on Jiy 'ADAUNA MET BAD WEATHER Captain Flemming. who brought In the Adolmo mm St Lucia this week, weathered three days <•! high wind, hard tide and he n seas during which time the schooner lost her main boom. The Adalmn could not make bet two-day trip as accuitonied She tpent live dayi on the voyage. At her lierth alongside the Pier dead, dlfcharglnfi her cargo cocannuls -ii %  Hi' Idl lM looked III .umwithout hii boom nmoim the other vessels. The b-om is uncl.i. S irs and Is expected to bo tlnlshed the vessel to leave around the end of next w. k f. i S: Luna No "? >i ;i( lt i>oul 2 p.m she also saw ] two men whom she recognised Grannum and Hinds coming from the direction of F-Ifrieda Marvh.ill's place In making their defence Hinds. Grannum and Webster all denied that they made a statement and that they were beaten u| %  .!..-.Hindi said iii.it hi that any of the witnesses I "hat they saw him coming from the direction of Mari.ne could not be dennri* about hal they *•"> Aftei fill Honour the Chief up. the jury then The Church] &-*•*•*'Officer Contributes J,eei8 Locai liar To Education GOVERNOR THE CHURCH '"..km*: a aaUd contribution*!; %  -*> "eld. ,„ 5SS and %  ducation. said the (.. the large Batbafing who %  Wndad the Church'. Annual MUUoruir, Meetmg at the Empii, Theatre. vesterda> evemng He said that it no csagger*llon to say that it the Church ha3 not sent missions to NIKITI.. u. condition of Urge numberof the people would have been far worse than it is lo-day The Hon'ble the Lord Bishop ho was Chairman of the Meeting, extended a welcome to the Governor and Mrs Savage He said that he had welcomed UM Governor n ot only as head of the Administration, but also more paiticularly as a fellow membe.' •1 the church and that they were %  T) grateful to nun for coming and addressing them. After telling the audience that that nun-ting would be the las! he would rw .ittending. he then news from Gambia which was contained in a letter the Bishop of the Diocese which hail lieen circulated with the last edition of the magnziiu? in October. He said that there was the probability that one of the young men now in training at Codring ton Collego would be accepted for work in the Gambia Diocese. That youruf man had already made his offer, but for the departure of the Bishop of (iambia ythiug would have been probably fixed within the next few weeks, but it wtaj pathapthought wiser to delay the matter until the successor of Bishop Daly was appointed. h pad that their good Secretary's ambition would one day be realised and that instead •Meeting $1,920 for this work. i: . afOUld collect $4,800 and wherever he was and heard that It had been achieved, he wouM believe that at least the Churcn Barbados was awake. The Police Band under Captain C T. Raiso-i was In attendance and Id addition to rendering some selections assisted In the singing of the hymns. Vote of Thanks ote of thanks wa; by Archdeacon Shanklnnd who In the course of his remarks thanked the Governor and Mrs Savage for attending, and the Governor r giving what he described u very Instructive, illuminatm;; id inspiring address. The Governor said: First I want to thank the Lord Bishop for the very kind wordof welcome which he addressed r-ords 10 reference to your departure from this island. I can only say that my wife and I would have lo-i our best friend and the Churcn of this island will lose a leader which she will sorely miss. ved Sentence On Cycle Thief Postponed Sentence was postponed on Winston Goodndge at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday by II. H uir the Chief Ju-t i %  BU Allan Colly more, after Goodndge had pleaded guilty to the larceny of a bicycle on September 10. Mr. J. S. B Dear asked the court for leniency on behalf of Goodrldge. saying that he had never been involved in trouble before Before postponing sentence, the Chief Justice said thai bicycle ilealing was prevalent and he would have investigation" carried out concerning Goodrldge Senence is postponed until Monday MR EHROL WALTON BARROW Barristcr-at-Law. was yesterday introduced to the local oar t the Acting Attorney General, I r the I'hiet Justin. Sir Allan Collym. n Mr Barrow u 30 years old. Hon F E Field torn the curt' that Mr Barrow ice.ved ha. earl) aducabo 1 liamson WBi l34 USB He was awarded the Is ..n I Scholar' Ship (clav. up th<1 ioln the' Royal Air Force 11. ,4M 1 dutiea. II. lal Conunand and then joined a t>.nibcr nquadron of BOOend Tactical Airlou. the invawon ot Euro[H> It. 1 ved 111 France. Belgium, and Holland. carrying out over SO Inimbing mission* against Germany. He was attached for a short time in IM to UM I itJ.I quarter* of Field Marshal Viscount Montponiars 01 Alnaaatn Later m ifi arm appointed Paraonal Navilatlon Onsctf to the Cotn Army of the Rhine, %  poat bald until the end of his flying Head Economic*. Rcleast^l from ..in. -, %  Ith the rank of Kl.n. OA %  I >-t..her 1947. he entered th" II of i„ ndoo t" TVM\ II inks and lndu*tnal I-iw il thi lndon School of Econoinlcs Political Science He w.i. %  dnltted to the honourable Society of Uncolns Inn in June 1946 Mr. Barrow was called u. the bar at Lincoln's Inn in N 1949 He gained the B.Se. Eeon. University of London in June 1950, pnd wai to the riill of I High C urt of Justice, London. 'lining to Barbados, he worked in the Chambers of J. Leonard Gamgee. Esq. if Middle Temple Hon F E. Fi.-ld said that be was extending to Mr Harrow baarfs welcome and was wishing m success in his legal career The Chief Justice told Mr Barrow that he has! come to them th a distinguished war record the Hoyal Air Force, ahowim.' himself in th.cause of Justice and freedom. He had listened with Internal to the recital of th" V a r 1 o u s performances and achievements which he hod made during the course of hi rat in the Royal An ft B He had a distinguished >rd as well and it was a grea'10 weld DM linn In th" bar He wished him every LICENSED D/VfRS REGAIN KICF wharf daily in the bnpa of being rure.1 to plunge suddei.U into tin Carvenage for some valuabW that has escape*! the CUt> locfai Of its owner Yesterday, two dhrai happy when thi-ee bjtgs of ric. fell into thf Careenage wh uthi M-hoonrr Mary M I.-in charging her cargo Wearing bath trunks, the tw.i divers took down piecr-s of rope and iiuicki> ragnlnad two of tn< bags of rice They were long In dnding the other bag. WkV/W'V.V YES!! Ir Harrow thankc t the Chief in. MUM % %  QctwraJ lor the welcome the; had given Objectives The Attouiev General, miglr. have given the impression that he was engaged In a cause of destruction He would a s %  u r c ihe le ar ned Attornej that their objectives m war were .11 every way pre-detei mined b> their objectives m pea itThen main objective* in the final analyls was not to destinv it a/ad to preserve the principle Of the %  ule of law with .which all if them had been inculcated In their training so thai if It might seem ni legal argument tl at he might be prepared to bring the IwttM Into the camp of hi. legal adverM,rv. he would like to assure his learned friends that his objoottveg m doing so wore no laaa then to ensure an equality of all before the low. that each man might nol have the dl ade ni he might have suffered before going befor. that %  netauf and honournbl court. j Whatever the disadvantage might be, they ol the legal profession should do all In then power even if it meant carrying the tight Into the territory of thei, adversaries, to maintain the ruH f law and equality of all; equala, in the sense that each man might be able to have his cause preseneturned a verdict of not guilty ol iking and larceny and receiving stolen goods. Before discharging them His Honour told the three men that the jury had found them not l not to come back again. QUARRY HAND INJURED Archie Holligan, 25-year-old quarry-worker of Rock Hall. St George, was injured when a largo %  tons f-ll on htm st Watson's Quarrv. Workman's. St. George, at Omr.l il^ ll al lor nclmtnl lemed counnU .H.-.II.V AVAILABLE I t %  I PURINA %  %  IIC;I:O.X CHOW %  H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. (*...*K*. For tastier snacks Colman's Mustard NOTICE Our Cmloim-rx und Ihe Public si'iirrully arc rrspiM-llully rrqllclpd U> note lb.nl frulil MONDAY. 4TII DBCEMBBB, out mtirr Man lincludinK S.P.C.K.. Boifclhipl will, lor Sufi Hi. ..I 1 ..1 Hour, br rlusid djil. MONIIW lo FRIDAY frum 12 n>n In I p.m. On SATURDAYS w will, BO usual dan fur iIn duy ii 12 noun. Your Co-opt-ralion is Solicil^d C.F. HARRISON & CO. iig| •nd tso.oo & I KODAK' %  |HIMS .,u &* %  V.ii.hi.ii,,,. ii.l Sn|.-. XX. ..I... H in.. KUB Kialarhromr lMM S,„.. XX H MM Coloul %  Fill*. Tl 11 tin-1 "K' SHOES \RK MADK BY CRAFTSMEN WHO mOALUBB IN GENTS' rOOTWEAA THE RI-eSULTS OF MANY YEARS KXI'FHIMKNT AM) KXPKKIKM'K A HK_KMB ODIKI> IN TMKIII MANUr.TTTl'HK AM> "An Corneri I'hoiograph I ALBUMS i ii to to %  I Ri i Koidinu—820 Inaaholdei to Kit llrownie del f anil w i win: \s j •] %  .i, k" Reftaa i IM i/ci $1000 Box — S 9.00 B"Ailo\ 68" (120 slxe) $12.00 1 PIPES \n Blaaa and Shaia E iiui.hin jis.jfl I I %  ('.rand Blare $ rao g"Ci.in.:v'. EVet \iiian $ 4.00 %  >.'s" Aston llantom %  \ |Y .'I %  %  i $ 300 m Royal Una" $ 3.00 rCraftaman" $ 5,00 loiln-i l a i| N >, *.. H4i' tl.S2. $1 HO. $2 32, $2.18, $3.02. $3 10, nil, $4 64 ,) the -British I il -I" i KNTS F.ACH. THERMOS KI.ASKS' „ l'.m .. 1.M Utun tBal $3.0fl A $4.12 BJIIKN (Aluminium) $800 %  Widf Mouth 2 Pint $624 |Wldi Mouth >i xal 518 13 Hith I gal $2aM iThernu.s ln ni. Sc|. $17 (HI $28 50 7 lo $262 $169 me Beti 1'4'6 I, $2 24 .. U I I 3 -, 3/6. T/-, 7/6, 10. -. 11/", $5.00 Ji -.ii. fl :\ -, a/6 gtiiiicii.. Raiora 1/9 %T 14 %  Photo S1..I..K (4x6) 10/cti. Ki 10/-, 14/-, ao/I 3/6, 3/1, 4/-. $1.05, $483. $3.74, $3 an. $9 00. $1122 and $ 14 M PENS ft. PENCILS BKla-hliulilDlOUUl <>!• %  1^ EVERY PAIR COMBINES FOOT COMFORT WITH STYLISH APPEARANCE AND GREAT DURABILITY. •K" SHOES ARE NOW OBTAINABLE IN MANY SMART STYLES AND EACH MODEL IS STOCKED IN A V.IDK KANOE OF FITTINGS THUS ENSURING A PERFECT FIT INSIST ON HAVING THE BEST AND — THE BEST IS "K" BRAND H A R R I S 0 N S BROAD STREET SOLE LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS i Qold SlK.OO si M Sllvei ileXr V.ii.'in,.,' I ,.|.. ni. $12.00 a.'. Ufi lime" $11.90 %  Waterman i '585" $ 8 00 %  Parker "450" $ *00 ever $ 150 |n led Rnlghl $ 144 and the Famous fPUtlgnum Ball P CHRISTMAS •.TIONS Ii J ,1. Holly %  [i rlands (ll kinds). u .., ,. I.I, %  In m ..lioli^ ( IM %  Btt \lll.l |('ake Iilhll xmas Cake ird I in "ox) %  .n Coloui I0i %  i ('..iiionii[ for Whole, p i .. ... S:int., I 1 rl )2/6 [Call v i ... • %  i I ( from 3/9 $5.50. W 4 6 4 6/! i $5.00 a $7 j dl I'oiours ( I $100 $1-02 I I Pink 5 iiiinPri.es $1 40 L 7 | fi Bab) s'$i a:> r Bab) Sets $207 i ft) Display ol XMAS GIFTS TO-I>AY plilir U| \ I HI Ullr \|ij LTD. t Head of Bread street H SfffffffffflMliMmlr,



PAGE 1

PAGE FOUS BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY lilllMHER 2 li BARBADOS & ADVtXttTE ••• %  '•" '••" k %  —"* J h •The < m ...„,i., t. ,T ——-.-—t -i At the London School of Iconomics, a new professor occupies the chair o/ po/idcai science formerly held by Left Wing propagandist Harold Laski. His name Michael Oakeshott. In this article he examines a new book which gi/es an American's answer to the question Can we halt Russia without war? M.. Billl M. a., .. %  % %  >!'< i 2. 1950 MUSIS NOBODY v. I tkftdoi and is Infuture pi"' p UtatMl '.( %  \>p,|.,r II which il has been public a prevail in it.-' l tiic publlc'i ol Bridgetown by low o'clock over) day an chock-full with litter, fruit MI refuse .if all kinds. Evan the i tba road itself is often polluted With the droppingl ni .minuiis. !n the itiavwayaol the city, men and WOlMfl DM form dutiea whlcfa in othai cities %  : i r * is in ppwei our aim must be to KUSM., U ol the eon^tairt -.Torts '" ,u ,•*• heedless of other threats, throw JVKoliea^ l. tbinkars, the theory and ftr der'o ^ this as a signhUant ,",2 K wSeiK J h %  are always on the ""T*' <• *" %  we regard as rep^lT **"• %  •• " * 'ilisori way of living resjuoe The present KusMa The I--1..V. c idhares to a theor> and a politicul programme, the %  Vt to the ape of retth, the other draainfa Lai eon apt t'>i the t*\. come out on top, and spile of acute the progra potat "I falling apart. The opponent, on the other '" ,cen, 3r sS*aral wi Hers Ih ^ h ''. E2? I *!*' M 1 Em ?* r< lod. If be Is to be tlear-slshted. hav " forward U, advlM Ukf ,^, *'l. f 1 ^" nB i '"' Ttrs f """ "''"" *- c : P.... HI. eriuc „„,,,„ A „„.,,. „;;," %  ;, 1 IS purely DOaanfl the mpm lacks the Kussian SOVSrnfTH tain a rhythm of cenquest 01 d elf defeated; anl v Ji'.l [,i;i, tireThis situation hthinsj to Ihe past. TKM niti-lli-ctiiiil" or tinV111.1nonal" Communial continues to exist, but Ahit ess "nre SJBDreKenerated Into senUmentality, and the demand for self-deception Increases every >ear Triln "Communism,*' how%  innet be rounled any Snaco than a hundred other piece-, r f DDOUatu '• C o mmun lam" now la sa %  incl f.n -...OII.'TII,: else; It 1 the subjugation of 'Inworld. IncJuditig the peoples of Russia to the oligarchy which ruia HI Hosoow. to li 1 tlM I Mo IPoaJri Un lUUr obi Wu a nice gift—if SM hat a niceUttUr ten tkUttmt note?" not suppose that tin Rbssian oligarchy can be overby a spontsneout rerol -die crack nm^t come Iron within the party Hli . enlist every possible allv lnstd< a.id outside Russia, and hu adi 1 is to l>e unrelenting and absolute. ly consistent ir 'he oligarchy. Hi eo nsl d • of. Some people (but withoiu mucl. over the world and (in those Th *'"* are some people (mostly msiineatlon) will think that lie places which are subject to th An*-rte;.ris > who see the objecexaggerates the menace, but what immediate pressure of Russian vo *' ,hc "lablishment of what T'okes him a writer worth listenanne.1 power) those who from ,hev ca " world democrats '"* * h nat "'*>"*ledge of fear or sn eyi* to the main chance orr1pr : the only defeat of Russian ,n '' ineory and practice of < wish to be before-hand In their ( omrr 'U"'sni they recognise is allegiance to their suppnsed fu, !h """""tution for It of a political ideology of their own The Tyrants, Mr Hurnham does not take this view. "Democracy'* for him Is a now to side ma,U T ! de r . And we do not (he party with the tyrants in short %  Cornmunkfl becaUM It represents Russian Imperialism. tha t K,,.,,;, niatti 1 have to be confident that we possess the best possible institutions in order to oppose Russian Com% %  iniisiii. all we need to know Is Communism is a munism and the fact that hi cannot be mistaken for a mere spokesman of American imperiSlBSBBa •The Coniiny defeal of CornttiuiiItm. bu James Bumham (Cape. 12*. 6d ) WORLD COl'YHKllir RESTERVED I I S The House Or The Press? was RtnRul:.rlv laappTOSKlMl i. > AM n . .^ Mllildi Ui Dntvin,'.. of thiu&< _.•- Union Oil Company. And tho. to allow IhVLMd* of llu**y ffmmllmi Un Thr burden of snvlnii lhi> Idol LabOUl Party to deny, try froin Hie etln-Uof llji. bit " ""• Iht BOUH, all,*;,.„„,. to II ,hat thev m^ntnill un SSL !,''"*,. "i'"! V"' 'fft'"^"' U 1.11I. ,iu:,i„,t his party The ofnelal urK veil altli, uih i dil Counill: II a I body u-hleli Mr Mlornffiria the not l.,a,. „f be.n newsp^L A d r." "T,K ld ""* %  •"" "" '" c0 „,. ,.l...-e „, the proecedMr, Adam, ought" to have''"S? n "'^L'""':... .. .. ''"' %  %  hie no pinee in the pgeossdill tdsnu ught Inga of the House and the honourlld that in the absence of able gentleman who was rvsponspap*' ible for makmi! that statement to have their cannot say that he did not unduly by tomeone li • ng> nf tlie MtVu'se'aiid'fhehonou'rVoid that la the absence'ofViisnv? T^ nn "l E tS^ ! ' rm -J he ie mueinan who was mpoiu. paper the Assoclatinn was entitled I ," ^Ifi thMl ,L ", y dec do1 -jjj -_J nau in'eii taken or lliat 11 "laasters ft tot) :--•-• %  j IIJU nan uutsn or mat aiiv dlsasTuaaSessa. <**" h;i tak • ,l1 ,h miawe on the indulgence of the H the piibiic" When that Is done *"-' 0t eno V* h ,np ****** of ,h Mouse even if he did not Infringe then Ur tentlon of the Labour T'arty „ lend their period of power. I preHe could not help indulging |n VI m,cr,x >< "• b** '" wlr t "they might be able the pleasant pastime of passing nnt the fault of %  van it he did not infringe then the electorate will be able to !" .l „, '•' ,.. * *,? I When I srrota of the injudge who is the "villain of the 5ffl : „ U ,A £ n,lt TO ln tnr the 1 IDOUl Party to expiece" minds of the members of the Oov111 period of power. I preHe could not help indulging In """ that they might be able the pleasant pastime of passing themselves or the accusathe buck. It was nnt the fault or lion of playing for time at the his Party that the necessary legist I the highest indlscrelatloti had not been psessd. It was the fault of the Acting Attorney rnment". If it had been minds he would have known, for could there be anything in their simple minds which had not already seeped through the mind <.f he Master? Twn recent sreeki Uw 1 taken indulgHouse to mak nik' Attorney Oenarsl who was still drafting n.ev have now committed that the details of the measure. This t^XZ'J'XE! u~Ifsdlaq-etlQB is an Instance of what the future .,' ' ... ,'/' !" "J? £ In attempting io answer the responslbilltj of memberi of ih', x,n n ^ 1 !<> crave thcharge against his party, the House who frsad s c down g^ton-fMrad y^r^ 1 $z -aa.,— 5ua " m m Kgin^K 6 ^ '<£*% r .iMawiatrly The Eleetor.AsHiV, "V" 1 "' "f ,' h >' Sp.akei gJSS Ua ,,„ new.paper nor In InU ehalMoga la the Anocla!?! ,,,!. ".M, p. ?,,"""', r '"i;" ollleial KrlDa, .„-,,„d,„ B to Mr lion Ihe l..,,,,-, ol the Labour "'l>er.of .he P.,rl. 125 Years KBALXJS has foi many years been 'I'stiUitiom* and organisations which caei to i> u arear a l way;. Urnsuch Offanisatlori is Ihe Committee of Ladiei responsible for the Home for the in1 SSU Sick and Infirm. It draws its revenue, tiom private subsci iptions. from the fronds of the Annual Bazaar. To-day the Bazaar takes place at the Drill Hall for (he 12f)th time I in Scplember 182C that a Commit" : %  imed to look after ladies who neeUtd succour • iihei IJ, -cause of advanced ags b nod circumstances. With tnein ,t was %  labour of love and in the lulii WtnllljJ years the ornanisation has grown to the proportions which now enable it to maintain jo insiitution which is a credit to this island. One hundred and twenty-five years ago KM uil rveUare waa not regarded as public fairvice (it (in recognition in the New Year or Birthday Honours list; but there were |>e the organisers of the Bazaar and apart from the games for the "kiddies" entertainment of fine quality has been provided. The aim of the Committee this year has been to provide entertainment of the same quality. II is fitting that the Annual Bazaar should usher in the festive season. It has always set a standard, which even with more lavish provision at the Exhibition and Fairs which follow, has been difficult lo surpass. The reason is not difficult to see. Those who support the Bazaar should not merely be asked to contribute to its funds without receiving something in return; and the organLsers nave succeeded in giving, on behalf of the Ladies of the Home, something which would make the Bazaar a function worthy of support and attention. The 1950 Bazaar promises to be equal to any of its predecessors and a public which has supported less laudable causes should do no less than it has done In the past; support the Bazaar to the full. It is a function indicating a high sense of < ivic responsibility and giving the requisite lead to organised chanty m this island. ...„, t „ .,!,.,n-er me ir.|K>i.jt.oiiii\ Ol mcillOeis of Ihe „,„.„ „f .,,„ u„,,„ .„ „„i," .,. ^,„:"he,rdra M !„. ifr^.TU5sr-5TJs SMSJSKS* ^ •* H* "im and' van! who „,„,„ a,„ ca,e L the ff,'Wl'V Iwtha'fil, 'S r'?o"lh. 'Tfi &SHS g^ass : re entitled \, -..use touptoold and the .„, or the Press are today the most show members of the House, but %  inoans of coinmunlcatlt.n asks them to pass a iniiii.ive %  of ideas The 1-abour Party know measure such as a bill to lnl ...,i -o mueh Import. 5S?lh, ^SLtS OCtUBrSS SKS iSJteif • %  *"""•— hoiild permitted lo eBeapo some severe marks of dial conduet which can only; pas. D. V. SCOTT 4CO., LTD. TODAY'S SPECIALS al THE COLONNADE T.ii. LETONA PKACHKS l:,.nl. STRAWBERRY JAM lloltiV-, AI.I.SOPPS BEER Isu.Uy NOW t .37 .33 ... .54 .511 2S .20 USEFUL GIFTS Ihul trill /> % %  .i/././v. -iulnl nil //!•• y.ir mumi VI HvllMIM \ VIII SAUCEPANS. COCKTAIL SHAKEKS. JELLY MOULDS. FRY PANS, PRESSURE COOKERS. FRENCH FRIERS. POTATO RICEKS IIS llll CAKE TRAYS ICING SETS & TUBES. ICING STANDS *. %  BOOKS CAKE PANS. K1TCIIENWARE. • VIII II IN" till MKINCi HOWLS. TEA SETS. DISHES UAHWABI FIREPROOF AND TABLEWARE. 40,000.000 Man Hours A CAMPAIGN m boinB launched llirouuliout Britain this month to reduce the number i,I industrial workers losing time with cold, and influenza Manaucmciits of 15.000 factories in England and Wales ore being asked to display posters issued by the Ministry of Health UNIONS CO-OPERATE Efficiency experts estimate that colds and mlluenza cost industry 40 million man-hours a year and a great deal of monev. They want to do all thev can' to keep exports flowing and to help rearmament. —L.E.S. rFv5 1 .1. Sr^v irSSriH stts&szr"**-" = Ihe -..1.1 i road?' ?."'£ S „ l 1 "Dnwood; 11 D the Attofne MrDouitnll; R C. KinR. and 1.. B. opinion General for T BOWRING 7., r",e Editor. Thi SIR.—We the and residents of the mudiWn u^ Ken.-iMklor NS '"'i K Hoiiu. % %  SI Michael. Barbados ""ki (and not of the interior of Africa oc Asia) srauld aiiim w "•' "*•*' a favour if you will permit us t.i • %  '"' J '"• b Ihtn will November 28. 1950 ask a few questions of thosv 'hose gentlemen please reineitiluT powerful ones who cuntrol n.i ir> that DM people, who have tho If ,, Hixiril !"l) the destiny of our 21 X rrUsfortune to llvg la tntS for a ot t an To The Editor Thr Advocate Mdjssjtown, pa) .11 klndl SIR.— Mav' I b,-" pem.itii i.Vb ownerifalp, men,, comd %  statement attributed to %  %  *' %  i mt la youi ISSUS Of Thursday. -. %  '.. %  inU-r 30. relative to Chamlier To The Editor The Adi-OraterlU Of Coromerce .hvussion on the tWor. Tile Aavoeve— nd w w.,,, Bo7d Dtdsloas, SIR.—After signing to elnse Im ?!*'',. • N "''"'""' InSVJ 1 ho do l"int I am reported as stationery from 12 noon to I 00 '" *"* Edl'tir. The Advocate lurrlai sasS U m had p.m. for lunch I have come in the the opinion of the Attorney conclusion that this 14 Wnd (Il Win, OH Bau 1 (2> If % %  i Governn.. intention ever to l ., „_•. Ik^^la. ....^1 *Baj 10 m*^*L~.m*a fc-—J Ssftoa Illre '. Brlttons Cross Road. St. Michael. December 1. 1950. Brvukfutl Hour I am of ihc opinion that a unlvarsal closing hour is a solution to the problem of the -'breakfast'' ysestlon and 1 would like to see this legislated for. no that the pub' w_ mi> not ** alw *y* confused about what lime various stores SffJU ba *hui during the da| O 1[ JOHNSON Vo. 6 I 1 in bar 1, 1950 please dial 246? r.n Orrlclal t'olleetor will call First List of Donallons A a ii.il Km in %  with pr %  nier.i or some o! those Who : %  • H H-TKOurt Crtfr : r. rhollcnor, Ltd 5o nsrrsilai o., Hi..l,lr. a (;*-. Vr Lid mm %  %  laa Bflas Pseaei shaohim ral on" the matter*' This, as at least five hours f. 11 be to Invite His the ral has without a meal, taking bate nd nd to %  pav rightly staled In a letter appearsideration the Ume that thev have • r>an II sasa u> i P m aaessjl niiitsnw ball iniiti.... sftM v,r snal -l>e aa usual al li noon i



PAGE 1

PACK TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2. I9S0 CarriJb ^z^tVi? W ANDER L A from Clrenjirln bg H w I A on %  ) If H ran, ] it of B W I A %  Kenneth M.m:..-.. Suoi Kiwin.*i of Sir Alexander Olbh and Psrtrn %  %  %  % %  -. Ij.jJ %  %  aJN cvrnmg foi i (MM and .mmsndcr EMfl*sflelri in expected to (niH eeh Christmas Dinner D L'HING the Annual ChrfeftmaS •• Moravi,.n Chun It n Roabuck St a collection will tw made, PrrceedR will go i. a poor people ul the parish ,i Christmas dinner The Service will take place on DM 15th 1 7 4S b in With B.O.A.C. M R AM' %  AMI HELL BUCHANAN left on Tuesday '.W.I.A in transit %  %  III Buchanan is BahSl Ucur.-svnlative of B i A ( in New York CI1 I | way home Back From U.K. Visit M lt. AND MRS DONALD V %  'i svbo Ml Barbados on OcU>l*-i .' %  %  •: %  .! Iha l* K on a short vt via TrmMad morning by II W I A On Holiday M RS. L CHANO YIT of Trinidad who was in Barbados llday last year i.-tuiiir'l on Monday bf H W I A for two %  nsakl She was accompanied by daughters. Krlris and Connne and they are claying at Indrumer Guest House. Worthing. Back Again B ACK in liaihii.l.is for two holidiy, II Mrs Ine* Wilson o( St. Vincent who ha* are on wvaral i She anivad on Thursday mormng by UM I.IKIU Nelson acoomher .laughter Yvonne who hi coma ovw rot the first time Tha* are (with Indramci Guest House. Worthing. Mrs. Wilson in the wife of the i.lanager of the l.vric Theatre In Kingstown. Civil Servant S PENDING two weeki.' holiday bera in the intfresl of her health U Mua lone St Helene. a %  .tut attached to the Secretariat m St. Lucia She arrived on Tuesday by B.W.I.A and .* staying at Indramer Guesi Houne, Worthing. Formerly With CandVV M R FOSTKH IIACSONALD wiu; gbla mi •' i British Ginuua inow Mamiger of th* lumMi Messrs O*o 11. %  %  | Co Ltd in Antigua Film Actor T l MANY I'EOJ'l.r:. KHiu ConlP r ;s li-*t known at •Tl Indian who went t.i KHEitmd to study anglntarlnj >-u\ later took to sinuimlie baa *o* proved ruvaraauilty in %  nbther dMvctlon When the fibn "CRY THE HEI.OVEIJ COUNTRY" ralaaaad, Connor will ba seen playing tin put ol .'ohn Kumalo _-a MRS. C. L. Ml... Married In Canada N l HSK SHEILA JOHNSON of Barbados and daughter ol the %  MI and Mn A.ihur i. Johnson was married on October 14th in Onliio. Ontario Canada to Mr Cecil L. Biggs, son of Mr. and %  orfB Btggs of Coldwater Ontario. lion*, daughter of Rev and M-s W M Mi. I on* who %  I "ii %  . was recently appoint. %  of Barclays Bank m i acting Manager lr. A fiate* is on a few leave A Tribute N EGRO VICTORY" is the litle ol thr Payne, who is President of the Medic.>i Association in British Guiana, hag leen holidaying i M England during the past six months. La.,1 Saturday. Dr and Mrs Walks, of rrinkiad, who huve made Ihei 1 home In England, staged a farewell party in honour of Dr. and Mrs Payne. Among the guests were Dr. a „d Mrs. D. J Dingw.ll and other distinguished West Indian Novelty For Mac /~\N ma WAY TO New Zealant V^ m | week or so is Mac Dona bt Halley. who will be Inking par., with oiher front-rank athWrroaa I'K in ihe Centenary tckb ration meetings at Christchurcli He ho|M's that some of the time in the Anti ( Hxles will be spent In Australiawhen there"s a Tet match on' On the return Journey to U.K.. Bailey Is stopping off it New York There he boMI I experience n novelty for him-indoor rtitmina; ehamnmnship' His main object in the Nest York: aver, is to ttudy physic;.! instruction methods at Universiti-s ind sc'-ooLs ihere. On Record Now T OUISE BENNETT J author and singer, has her debut m another Held MeSOdiao ale In Nmdon and have been used in the B B.C. Home Service Louise tails me that she hopes to make some more records of Jamaican sonip) In the near future. B.B.C. Radio Programme lAuKIIAV. DEC. *. ISM rriJ5e" i,,iIIr i InlMlSfeW. I 11 %  m Th* T,I. dr StMida*! and hit bai>4. i? i p •S Trinm*rt Ruvrra. II U ('.. 1 J* p m S(Mrl> Br%._ rh* DBII* Srtii.t 4 IS p i itt# mnib -hat. :> SS t m BBfwt -nwpo Sane* mM' '• l Au*(ii vi S..l.".i S P %  pSfti •! Ih" Ssmnlv 7 l. |, ... Nwi trm n riw Wtw |.Hi 1 43 p tn *""alf_ Eft" "• m "*7 J 15 n m Uo -in rmmke I SB p m Radii TH*aIO is iW maamartx on Ati(heTr-Wlas* IS i' ,, m RarirakeM ha. u a p m Haar ii sgatn IIOSSUOIIII Rupert's Autumn Primrose—24 popuiai .-mi,..*rl U\l n>fmr} m*a.-allholdft IS I fo the gradual* ration roupon Tn^an India < %  Hi %  ., I Down tiowa pstlnt'. |tmi:.m> n rtirrerora BOlhUSI snOTI 111 Kideiv wi>en *o Wi i"" i To Ihe sspper l" wstares H i A* no*Med rcpes gn mn BSM HIP result of %  'nil (81 %  K>,trd. 131 n. draw or paint. HI i im* Amnicsii \* nsii lirm It) M IfJ lk)Wll i. npun thread. i4) Ikasra What an nnrulv crowd nri" i. Here SOU lists a mnopirU srm ntiv • lypawrm . THIS sga 1 i 1'iiasp iravai ioi i. Not aa largu muigiy. ISI i>. MMII'V you mil gat i.r gltp. 11 I. Dawllderlns sltuailoii to n (OUnsfTI In. 14 i B. Kivar ol duublc lii'nr. (* %  H. Pil yniow bud — hunuHoiH n 13 and 24 Across, Ita eaampas mil It rsadlly aotved. HOi H. S**. 13 Arro-a. 18. Sparnie IV. r-uratgn It U* r. 11,1. 141 31. Not at hums. 141 XI A main yrllow d.* .. i ,ni.. It. Ill ..^aVVrsl 0 !.'-^ 1 %  4gt hi* 'nl si Rupert and h* fuasVnJy mriu jod rum at ths sound at tootirspi. momrni a 1 MM gi'l it looking npen with a puttied *rown. dear. I hop* you doti'i mind DSJ h*hf.*' NTS Rupert n*rf, It this your garden ? I I oushtn'i io b* ner*. but lock lbs ScotlM turned up primrose in hit fur and I uw. J %  nr*d some pr mroSet to I toilo**. ~fn. H* pjute* j-vd lasi "I *." hetddi. "„r.y I'v* m. vou bsfoee. Aren't you M.Ouie "Yet. I em uyt tha tittle girl. and no wondr I'm osnirar*. |uai look at mi gsiden I" r—* To-night w CLUB MORGAN and eii|oy a delicious Btenk or Southern Fried Qaaaaaal Dinner UAKt'E To Ih" Island', poppi..: .wlnn tun *. . r. p TOMOan la riltOAt MOST at sss Kin I \ uuiin ( ASTKEN" -urnnt >>|i* lia.u. l>a* IUi> Jaan IrawfarS ISa l.aplaa, lahn l.arStle eaal HrartIS A BUM II... ri spxial M.lii". Ihl< M-rnli^i al V Had \'.h.ll ...4 I.. ('..1*11* in -MEXICAN HAYKIIhV" %  • %  AS A Theatre -BRIDGETOWN Waraafi s-. H.na.h Hit | Joa. CRAWFORD in tfX. I .lff.Vfa-'O 1 # I NOW PLAYING 4 45 lrfiregor Streela. TO-DAYS NEWS FLASH . C-OI.T in \ in \ I II AS GOOD AS NEW •MM ONLY I'ollr^ I i. :-.., ..j.. MIRRORS M JOHNSONS STATIONKRV AND IIIIU.UIIII For Buiinati or Loiiun A pleaiurc I LADIES CANADIAN SHOES 623 7 .62 MM*, Bl.ck. Gold. Silv.t. Gr~, G..y. NIW FOU THI FAIR %  in* lit i: TO-UAY 4.45 A. Ml .mi fontlnuini: Mtll *-\-Kox presents • %  WREU THE SIDEWALK ENDS" Starring Dn„ ANDREWS Oana TIERNEY Gnrv MERRILL St Bon FREED IM\V TO-DAV TOMORROW I IM A B.1& Republic Blr Double . Allan -Rock)" LANE i Eddy WALLER. •BANDIT KING OF TEXAS" AND "POST OFFICE INVESTIGATOR W.r-.-n DOUGLAS Audrey LONG mn AI. TO-DAY A ICNDA1 4.2a A B.1 Columbia Itlg Double . Jri r i ii il Ifl'l.AM) \Ruth ITAIUW K MAKI RIIIV1 BALI.KIHIM" BANDIT' 01 II DORADO rh. ii. STARR1 I (OLYMPIC 'lit-DAV to MONDAY 4.30 A H.15 • Ba REYNOLD & rORD •GIIIIS SCHOOI" AND TVKANT Of THE SEA" with Rhvit WILLIAMS Ron RANDELL I'l A/A Theatre — OiSTiN "a. "ItOKIlOlIt O.MAS" mi KKO *! %  • %  aaaa w TIMBER STAMPEDE' 1 MIKTY (The Garden) ST. JAMES '•\VUUVll-NTERK' 1 P n-.aRer-.IS. •••is K..I.. OraataaS ikr fjl "IN OLD NEW WafMtrf Hot i klaoak-' -i MIIV A %  DOlatAf swi %  fas Qsrau a Hextr n*>> in 0 > n HARD BOILED MAHOMY" Q( "P GLOBE lO-n.W i& S..-III |,.m. TOMORROW 8.30 Only mv.\\tsv\£( UStsAI 1 IEDMM tj IRfOfSta; D.' CO it %  IMKIWl lMTERfUTK)>ML FVIuSE Exlra Kxtra TOMMY IMIKSKY .n.l UN Orchrstrn j CLARKE'S SHOES alllNFANTSXHILDS Ladies CANADIAN ALL SHADtS 8-IO" 160, 167, 188 while Browt Your shoe Slorea lor "ARCOLA" MANSFIELD & LILLEY&SKINNER dreu shoo. STYLE HATS 5.6O EVANS and WHITFIELDS T>ia 'Doubla Two* coHsr-aHschad thirl hai a doubla I.!. 1 When Iha original collar w ar out, it can aailly bs raplacad by a new ona, tupp-ad with avaey ihirt. 'Doubla Two' shirts <-• mad* traen Una tsbnci in a wide range ol colour', end datigni &&<> OUR 1ST ANNIVERSARY DEC. 3rd 1949 G Ij O B IE DHC }rd 195 'One Qlorious Year of Movie Joy* You'll enjoy these. REAL SCOTS BISCUITS baked in Bonnie Scotland at the Sunshine Biscuit Bakery, (.lasgow, where good biscuits have coma „ from for over 90 years. A$kfor them-JaiHwrilp* to-day: -.li..rtc*kf En, P"""K' N i Ricb raa i w SCRIBBANS—KEMP LTD "-;*A WYLLIE, BARR & ROSS LTD 5ol Agenlt: 11 P cii.. a .,i a co nj r.o B. 173 nj...o Chi 8alr at C. F. HARRISON a CO. (B'daal LTD. \.rm.—JAMES A. LYNCH A CO.. LTD. STAHT iVOMTO III VIM YOUR HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGSSILVER STAR CON'OOLEUM A wide range of Patterns and Sues ALUMINIUM CURTAIN RODS & FITTINGS PICTURE CORD A RINGS MANSION POLISH ( ARDINAL POLISH MM CREAM J.AXA POLISH t THE BARBADOS CO-OPI 111 I M I COTTON FACTORY LTD. Till-: Off is I un tig 11 tf STAVE smm s Local Talent on Para.iiAll Star Talent Nit %  Super Star Nile Kiddies Carnival The Jovial Choir Mi 1 in the Meanwell %  annar Jitterbun and Jive ConUatl J;im Sessions Keyboard Cocktails Bdos All Star Orchesiri Three in One Con'.. WOW For Now Talent Stop The Music ii.ir VaiiatiM Traasura Nites Heinekan'a Beer Nites Trinidad Calypsonians Foolish Heart Sona Conlest Mrs Stuart's Cabaret and Mannequin Parade Judy Ciraham's Caribbean Revelry. *~ THE. I THE III 11 G. 11 'E OulHtantlinfl XHT1STES Yltl Ititlsiiiiitlinti IHSIOl EHIES Pierre Blondim (Tl.. •: 1, i IH Hoi Shots Orel Am In Dalmau (Violinist) Coco-Te and ( 1 ends IV M..ntbrun Ri Clavary (Croon*.*i Hay Nunes (Crooner) The South American Quintette The Bermuda Drche Cedrle Philllpa II Hall The M.lton Quartette The Jubileers Quartette Laroy (9-year-old Trumpeter) Fautleroy (9-year-old Calypsonian) Kil/ Harewood (Glob's SuperStar Crooner) Evans Bascombe Ti 1 vor Marshall Eddy Hall :. Casr> Clayton Ibo %  unit -uih <..1i-1.1111l.il., FtLMS a" HAMLET—ROSEANNA McCOY MIGHTY JOE YOUNG-MY FOOUSM HEART A DATE WITH JUDY—MY DREAM IS YOURS EAST SIDE WEST SIDE—BLACK NARCISSUS AND TO START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT . FLASH QORDON (A .erial wllh lhlrl.cn thrillin". chapl.r. I. STARTINt; MONDAY IIKHIBIR I Tt) III1IIMHV. 1)1 ( I MBER 7TII on, Thanks uo .mi Mr. Ctavfct OJttetu aaa hioKfceatte and Meam Merrh Gay and '•" '"' %  %  '' ,! 1 Ml ih.amnl aeteeaa the rehuiMend to ke Ms* ai 1 XI.I.VT snows.



PAGE 1

SATIRDAY. DEC EMBER 2 IMO n.XKRMXiS ADVOC.ll PAGE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. WA !" TELEPHONE 230S DIED TDtM1ir.li %  %  •irnttwi nm Deer am B. Punrral look piece at St 1 Moltv Trir.un*Than.. tloirr.tr Tnmlngtiarr IN MEMOR1AM IN loving memory of our dear *• and brother MONTI. A ft OPT -ho ... W -i' !>Mnibit WOO -.%  %  %  1 4 it s\i>; AUTOMOTIVE CAB—On* Ringer Car RVO 00 good Order, apply C Jordan Diesel* Kcp-iirr JMBral street J IUI .'i CAR.*. V-a f*k*aD CM* 1 Bltlman Sedan ear. I Will. tM Jc*pr, Vtll canning and WfH-m Drool. Mttl Bad Bird Oarage F.I.F.CTKR-AI. [>KY Ct3i. HATTTOUEB%  <>r Ignition p.T 1...I 30TS Da Com,. Co. i;i:miurnAT<>H HIIIIIWJIIII %  cub I l"T lit) | t U m B, DUal One WcMingBouta and 11 OkDlmOwen T AlUiOr. rURMTUKK C-1IA.1HSHunl| Chair* •ell nnlah.d I.. Walnut, or M*horjanv SiilUable lu* OBIce M>* Hi,... Onlr (A 40 each ; w HVTCM1NSON 9. CO. LTD. %  Hal %  iu ll POULTRY PLVMOUTII BW'KS One Pen P>ir bred Barred Plymouth Rock| fltlMi V, nvwitha Ol p n ,i i s. %  in %  mi MISCFXLANKOIJK FOR HKM LTD.. W Bra*. M.11.M 14 d-v Him Ran. Clock* lit Walnut tear. iv the worldbeat maker. Klenrlr Price moderate Air. Ye..n..md JttMBl Polton I.ane CANE PI-ANTS—C ThI„ Tel Ho. a***. JU 11 Ml Si fLOWCM Wrealh. ..id Bouquet' MMdaburv RoM Dl,>i "M IMM PISHING BOAT M PI .., PI . : i • mnable offer refused. Apf>l* to %  A Arelier Wtich*-. am T 11 Ob-In OlFT BETS Anrocttv* <;.r •-.• -,.. %  *;... 1ii ., Piult Spoon.. fnrklatl *>•oiher. Prkr*•i low an XW H. G W. HUTCHLNSON & en i to HOUSE HOLD EQl'lPWKNT of all df-cilttion Owen T. Allder. par buck Street. Dial MOT. I 11M>:*< JEWKLIJUtV—Gold lUld Silver Necklet, -ith Charm* eel Gold Cuff lank-. Gold Brooch**. Gent. Signet Ring. Ale* Yearwood, Jeweller, Boltoii Lane. I U >i i UUtOB CHLLDBBrrS PLAY HOUSE C* be aeaai at •Abbeville'GieM I1uu*>Rlnc W M Fo*t*T 71M M.IIJB. % %  >. BAIN COATS. HAIN COATS AI U l each lovely colour* fen Plaatlc lor Ledi** Thev are ao uaatful and economical Ant would. nafc a lovely Xrna* OKI too. T11AN1 BBOfl. Pr. Wm. Henry Street D!al Mfl atllSO-t.l.i. 1 "I ". %  : >~ IB—t Dial 1 i i! n on Owen T Allde. 1 13 M In TEA BJltl I -'! altt.i11\-e Gilt M piece TNWIin •everni detail" and deconrtlon* I* i *• t M art G W I..D Dial 4U3. III!* If' XMA* TBaX DECO BAT IONS-Spec ul dtacount ol 10% now opplyln* on all purthaw of the-e dacorattona For a Iiaal W d period only Sa your jeweileri. Y. do Uaut Co. Ltd.. B>, B road Www*. H SO—aki PI'III.II SALSS AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER ..dim Tueadav. December Mh at i ciillecliiiii ol a efond hand I rikBaBi m a-md condition VIM7TX.T GRIFFITH. r The Ilia I II.i. I have been rntueetea! to aeli h> l*ui>lic Auction tin Sulurday neat doy ol December 1*40 In th* betinnl'ic at 4 30 o'clock upttal office at Ma|dna> Lane over 100 Bead}mad* I-adle." dreaaea. tner MQ pair* of •nor*, leverol hundred aaaorted I _oi.-. r.diidt>aii>. over HM lor children, and I %  *• ....i.oi afford to mUa I *ale DAi.) A II W REAL ESTATE HOUSES PLATHaartinar* Facint tea rMHabLr on*, a* rjMple Av.ulabl. D*mii*r i.,. i^^ne "'*" I U > %  in APARTMENT At MM Camp, ft Liwrena* Q,p On-lho-Sei Pull* %  Keaaonabar term u . Club Tel MM l'A\ VIFH m i amm. tun urnlined I HMM,„. Avi>ble lin %  vnch. BOULOONE-4M Lawrence OOP Pulh •nnHttad. vacant De.er.vb.. ( I 111 COT," Blue Water Bockley For 0 month. ret> I nia: liar Mra C C %  BPI RANZA i i %  Pfe : %  BJ %  MM %  %  Ml CM] PR TKtl-tWI.V; Anntx. . i paafi Daaar l a>iii n.n I l-ln University College of the West Indies SHIPPING NOTICES ,*>m*io\ ..I IX 0< T TR\ r \ aVaaWaBI Lr.Ov aTMate Paet^ri Offta* %  (nB Inatancr G I W in .. A C PO Boa I7. Aoaal ... %  %  Beaut* of Pan. I %  Hint* will •upelv all appii.it flue ol reledratrd Prrfkrii beaiiiiy o>' Cation* *lll be ..M;,' %  InCrTB 11 itm \DITi-M Si Leonard* ho.e St Leonanl Avr %  ) M.rhael. Barbed"* -Tel. JAHS'. 30 n.50—*n t'fr*e •ITIA1ION VACANT UANAGUt Per Large fUalwner•foro In Trinidad Write itatlnal *>l>arlonce and quallOcaitona to PO Boa O*. Port^l-Spaan a n c l ae ln r***"' "~ Oafraph. awlary accordlr.g 1o abUIallnUnum OS.000 00 per annum plu* •t..t' ne \r.trait. -. to..-.. an e*a**n* .1. .-• %  i-.mi -tiattr-i ... I. ri.'-lned from the Bele|>ai I ti Colle* .. th, ... irataa | ,i i I %  II. ItB' %  %  Rlamiaj a-* rakiaeiiaa* f*. I* A nun.be' ol t'nlvmut Cwttee. I nmeeit bii.mt i.on Irotn otltai %  be awarded in ItJ i-fe *lchi^iai*hi|> -mlnatloo to be neid at th* *ao.r I the entrance exanlm-l>n VJRI ...r %  /t U *JIB HI T\isciAiciS*> .. .heduled ko Ml t parti : (..-.''I OtTTED T-. Ram %  III aCBOONlR nf. SIRAitontnoN' ia* I II s -17. TANG1.1N Bearhmont. Bathaheba front February onward*, monthly ni otherwiae. 3 double bedroom, with i BUnaton* bedetaada. children, ro %  ,.. dinlnroom and lounge Brfnurra t garage, -arvant'i room. Appk. How* Bin, MM. m -i' n %  RBBTT MAVEK". Oeorar B*r**i *ni%  tte "th Aioniie. Belleville with the land lh.Y*on containing 4.440 aquace feet The hOUe> ha. draalnu ,„d dlnlrg Mm ihrribrdronma and ueiial ontofReM anrl . ctliwi by appointment any i .rapt Sndav Phone a3. The above will be —1 up lor *al imtilkcompetition on Prid.iv Rtn Daawea. Wilt p.m. nt the Office of the undirALL THAT meeuaga or alor* kn U Kg. M Swan Street, being a Ihree IOt*y building elandlng on IJgO *qu*re feel ol land and abutUng on Swan Btteei and Bolton La„. Togethee with lh Goodwill and ftock In trade ol the buaV naa* known a* in* "Supply Storei" car. ried on In the ground floor of the tail jaHM For InepecUon and furlher particular* apply la ihe Managar ol the Bupoly COTTLB, CATTOBD CO i4ii aonI'l III 14 Ml I Ml H Liquor l.imisr Srssiim %  ip iii'int.i Tii N 1M1 will be held at the Police M-lgl.trate'a Court. 1' 14th December IMO. at 11 o'clock Lkjiur Lirrnsf Srssion I HKBCBY give notice th-' l.'renae Seaalon lor Ihe granling ot Ceniflcalea lor the renewal ol Liquor (Ol the pariah el St Michael Icr 1*31 will be held at Poll** Magimaf %  '.ii Thur oay llh December IMO. at II o'clock 0th day of November IPW r. A McLBOD. Pollca Magi-trunV\ A NT Ell M Joaeph: Almahouie nl a aaUry of 007.M per month i irded to th* P.ir.>chtul Medical OIBcei. aUUnaowan. rial laker than Honda* •' %  'MB be obG1LI MIS! hl.l.ANEOUS %  Reevanta Room, u Should h..ie . rdeo a.vd gioui 1 Brad, out ami. PAYING i %  I Adv. 1 13 A HOUSE LONG I .EASE OH OUTIU..H1 I'l Hi ... 1-4 Bediooma. M of land No Agenl. Box AA C a A Mil H a* BOXXB — All kind* of Card Baatd ru>.*. oUiar than M.,,. Advocate • v at .."in ——dan a*rra|a>*d r**d %  %  ""VS-So-..SCHAP OOa-TJ nd |aU laajoBon (ought, high*.I r.lce. ,.j|d S your ,. | . Ltd. JO. NOTICE I-VIHI "I -I THOIiAJ larcember P. P. PILOBOf, iflurai • • i -n ., 1" T %  MH. I,..". RelM.h t awaatalia I..,, ona-l HI I ana (..vrrnm-nl nix-it >*-' t .>u.i. BaMMUat t.hvk.iM •ahaaaraMl i i i %  %  1-rln.lrain Araeoatiaa ef I vhlhltlan . \ .labi' I thlbHi.. ,r. H Ml I *klbHI— .klh ( U-., I *..lhlll.i I HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM Vfiacl ,-> B PHII tiStii'HKI! S S "HlOGHAl'llErt Bfl EXP1 OR1 s | OLONIAJ %  n n" From r.*>t>oi %  pool l.'.lh Nov LorMrtm, I7ih Nnv I.H.'Uxuil | QtoaltOW. '.Kill S ITM) DM Barbfid>'3 3th Nov %  I4lh DM HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINODOM For IixAon Clugpt In Barddiio* itltii D** .' 17 VI Ji i ss. %  i.i t IN r> For fu.thcr information applv to DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—AicnU HI n rORfJI "I k\n i I ba kat uth Daairalii hmuar) LIQUOI LKKNSK NOTICE Tiie an MCt) Hill, -• Joi m ii Dated IBM let day ol December l*. tM 0 II (.MM.II r % %  I idered at .. I ran ,• poUca I'-n' •'" %  ' h |-' iag i>( llrcember clock, am MRU : %  %  *.•.. -i a> H i i %  tk.il*a.l.' |lal [•f-.-einhe. Ol TNkMH Nil CANAD.AN SERVlCB Arrt.t* %  awwaaaa -II, i>. ,. | GRIFFITH NORTHRUI ND I.. Magi.traie. DM i ii|iinr lakew Sfssitin ... al IJqi>r liM n. Partaha* of St. Joaeph and St indMB .HI be held at l> I MM* Co.rt ..II I3Ui December H40. at I oclo,k a ,.. Dated |hla lat dav ..f December 1V> J H EDWARDS. Police Maglitnitc. Dl' • I it.ao—3i. liquor Lkeiw Sfssiw I IIFHEOV "r nnllre II .1 •ailon. lor the granting ol < r Ihe renewul ..f Liq.ior UeatkM f< the ParBhet of St rhlllp and St Jolin % %  II.. cm lhIMh daj ol December. ... c. i. ii n w A i in N Police MagMr..'Dl t C 1 11 30-On NOflCV On and oHer Monday B ni'Mneaa lui Ihe luncheon r MM i h day, out %  eekiv half.bolide %  %  ..re ...k Co. Ltd. JoI'nMHi aV Biabam I Co. IMcher Cnnell A Co. Ltd. b. E Cola at Co I'd A*btiv A Medfnrd Ltd ii Tudor A Co Ltd. u ord i A Co A Co Ltd Ltd iC< ectrkral at Sale* Dept. GOVERN MENT N OTICE POST OFFICE NOWCK .., III. A IMU [*' %  " %  1 *' or ,nc p I',. 1 Offlcc. 2 1' ..'inbor. 1950. I oil SALE M.\( IIIMRV AT Wl. I>l V PLAMATKIN •*! MUTIAH. CANI lAIUUKU MILL Di!". %  20" x :nr. Complete. I ,i;iNt; ..ml OEAKINC. G.H.. Flatcher & Co. MIX I ASS KUKVATOR %  IHnfjIr suanti HOIl.KIt :i x 12fl. BOIL-tB FIHtD AND t i (LD WATFI! PUMl* HAW JUICI PUMP i Action t-I.AK1KIKHS Thr4j tlOOKln? fofh IHlTI-igiUJii PUMPS Puro SinjrU Artion KVAItHiATliU ASi'lNAI. PANS i >! %  II %  <" %  smiill. KII.TKH PRESSES. Tw-, MoNTKJ" ELEVATOn ENGINI WESTON Bl-OCK PWO ROPE BLOCKS M1M. rflffOINI M OEARING Duncan RUv...i PIPINu : K1TTINGS. PIBEBtUCKS to . TH1 MANAOER, . Planutkkn DUI ?8W 29 11 ROBERT TIIOM LTD Now York and Onlf Barvlc^ Apply: DACOflTA CO. LTD Canadian Bartice. as a Liqueur as a Beverage as a Safe Stimulant HENNESSY T/K Brandy that made Cognac Famous STOKKK a BVNOE i II i ,, .. FOII SALE Th.ii..ii-:li IH.-.I Slnllion BATTLE FRONT I (Bay 19.17) .; The |iroprrt\ i.I ihr B'dov Turl Club. Offers will be •; *. itMpi\ptt in w rilini; hv the SftrctBry up to IIIsl DecemX N btr 195*1. ^ I N %  I nt full ii.niiiiil.iluppl> to i InSi'.n-div* It.iiti.i S I ilos Turl Club. s\ n.n ,,. %  % %  • Lane. Hrid K eloVMi. BRrbnilos J NOTICE re attate of wiu.iAH wuuiru. mm ol Septrmber. again.i trie aaurM ..... of SelnMichael. I.la lid on lit* Nth ;k*" at* requeated to er'O of their deb', anal tl-in,. o i^ruaned Hiber' Tull. C o Meaart rtaytie* A Orimtli No II lllgli Sl.ert fliiditetown Rollcllora. on or before the SIM dav ol December. KM. after which date I .hall proceed to di.tribute the 4..act* ol the dtcM.eu anwijf ih* peraon* **>• (Him thereto K.vn < reerd -uch %  nd ,.1,1.. the aaaeta or any part thereol an di trlbuted to any paraon of %  ton debt or claim I ahal! not Ihen have had I .1 1 I'deblod 1 rjM ..... COPRA STOCK eaial* > .ibntial Income Banana* %  ted clo** t -o.d Bv princlpala onlv B %  BaiU*!"%  I Aci* I Rood 33'. P*rh*i 1 %  Rio*** at MB nf CU.k*. Smith. Lorn %  %  %  debledrwei without delay Dated thla SHI day of October. IMP HUBtSTT WATBRMAN TVLL. U-allSad Executor > 11 y inimv, \I;I ITEMS k.a*r Wl*'* Heat* Palate (nan. I. -1 si 1 1 \ in a Vail.lr ef Site* %  ad Colear. H.a..k.,l* Faai—11*0 Bar*. OlaaaO. T. COZIER & CO. %  ol M ap Rfjgifj *r niai ..;• V:M--| 1 g> INAMII M t.s ga IS Utl I M VSHPANS I NAMI I SAI I l.r ****** m ENAMI I. mm I %  AT XMAS \\ QET PHEM AT Tkm CENTRAL KMPOiUUM CENTRAL FOUNDRY IIH I'KOI'HIKTORSi SANTA'S Getec&m (1 i*"ar Your i'.anwnfrncr. He Aor-" tmrgf Supplin* of ... XmBi Rope, Tan, Tliuel^Cord,, Xnwi Treei and a Variety •! Decorations gar H-r. OCR WtOtM J* KBLETT EARLY 1111: l .nil:i ( i-IAIHIlt CAUFOBNIA I M '.I S3 H| M IS: M 65 IOR Ml A III K \I1IJ 1.1.Mill H -HOIS v. till l,K ATHI K in I! W .Oft: $• SO: 17 M v. .th Rubbi 1 Sole M wm. Cft 1 a-i St :. Kill < Mil Ui:i \ .1 I.I Mill K S1IOKS HI all %  JAMIAL-. .M-ii K11I1I.1 Sole PI Mr-* lam..-, i'l Mi's In ill nt, LB eThlte, BIVWII ;iiid Blue M".l--iv. -*'..k. Sin* 1-ulMif-*. Hiierle I'ln %  /Mvs nm u STORKS. "LOOK IN AT %  l iOOklJItS" For your XMAS GIFTS :— Wlhavt iuitt apnai u lovrly MMttneal ui XMAS CARDS XMAS CKACKtHS I.AUIKS TOILKT SETS PLASTIC POWDER BUWI.S PIFCO HAIR DYERS PIECO VIBRATORS XMAS TREE 1.H11ITS fit. tic Oil In .1 BOOKERS E.rly EXHIBITION NOTICE PERSONS ATTENDING THE Annual Agricultural Exhibition / QI'KK.yS I'llth — ON — WEDNESDAY 6th and THURSDAY 7th DECEMBER i.> pnaantiag the axad admkeMi Surge ii UM entrance gales. The cost uf admission is: ADfl.TS .... J • CHILDREN under 12 1/N.B.—Ni. passes will be yiven. and unvnnile.ivini; Ihe Park will he charged ayain (or aamis.i.in. WILLIAM FOuARTY LTD. Tlie IWsl ul thr l.iiwi-1. Cost — EXHIBITION NMKI Public attention Is drawn to an error In the Prize List for the Agrlrultural Exhibition on 8th .tnd Tth December Cu' Flowers Orchid Sr-ction. Pngf 148 in. Cla*F :i Swhlch reads: -This Sec-Ion for Xlrrriber'. i Both of these Sections and all other .sections In this class are the Public. 28.11.50—3n I.OVI Hairiirrssing Nnlirr I'M Pit Hi I ha* r-a imeo I I* Pitt I: tlract JuSt /lfr*rffJt-frfr# gfggal CARIBBEAN AGENCY-oismeurc* PHESTCDLD HEFHIGEHATIIRS There is a PrestciiliI Mftdel to suit Dvery Home — Kvery Pocket Intorr>firalini> Ihe Kxclusive Prestador Inner door for exlra food storage MODEL S.77Z 77cu.fl. V1l)lli:i. !i. l/i' 4.4 nu. II. Had b] ihr LfU -*l Manufuttiirers of Automatic Kefri;;er.tlois in Itrii.iin well •/.orth v\ailin|£ for Sealed Prcssmatie I'nils with 5-year Guarantee !ii.e llnisi: IIIIU iiml qi;t yuurs [J (BDOS) Hill I. STORES LTD. Hroud Street and Hastincs Alpha Pliunnary ioooaooBBeaoaeeoaaoatwoQ'>'*<'O^J* r *oo at **" w *^* < < Free Gratis Solv. Ihe problem ! s.-l.cinu; your Christmas Clifts with Ihe KHEK advice ami assistance of our friendly Clerk*. Help us in the Happy Celebration of our ANNIVERSARY CHRISTMAS ,. ..vintj us the pnvile,! .1 .tij.plyiiiH your ne^ls during this month &f TRY TO ARRIVE EARLYYOU WILL ENJOY SHOPPING AT ... Wm. FOGARTY LTD. eeoocc4Goot



PAGE 1

PACE KIO.HT BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. DECEMBER 2 1M England Skittles Out Aussies For 228 AS FIRST TEST OPENS BRISBANE D* i i cricket** 1 thefr bert all-round skittled Australia'.powerful biktUog smV runs when the first Test WHS begin UM n ptj. %  M iun oil rd, England lrf>wrled and %  Ovrr um rum "i AuttralMfli Ml.il ramr from the bats of Nell Harm. tod h>< [indwell played .1 %  altndldla kn<-k uicludinit MB %  I ithe WM snapped up Ivhind ihr .M.k.i by Godfrey Evans tot to Alec iUxIsn (fnui (Ot I ndte Brown M> The Scores : M.C.C, Take Honours Vs 1S.S. Wales Country XI (I'rnm Our I .on don Correspondent) LONDON. November 24th Evan Hiuu 1. the) were unable to press home their vicinr\ bid dt least the MCC em'fed from this ^..: south Wales C<>untr> XI with more honour U their previous match (orm >t f.-i 1'28 I JnmiMiri W Jotm.fi j twnm Caira* • b>e. J i>* 1 W'im IW •. 1 %  WR Itaslari I (i.i,.. fUmpaon b B-Usv 1 They forced U)< fi How on itnd III • 'unit. claimed two nickel* fur 55 if ore at AIOI h r UM Mt< %  i. but a lail-cnn tod Inem from PBMllllUI the large total which a' 11 mod probahfti Bunpaoa put on Its I 1 it* m %  ... ket Men t) 1 rnrmer, who hod never lookiti .. comfortable as his partner, wa bowled ihoruj tiles ttu lunch in%  I I l ft-..Ml! Oxford I %  1 NO) Smith, medium fast Smith, while he win In niversily played for OxI ; !!l fell. I. .. i -1 . i. • i*a. 1 ITI 3M now LING AS\i.\rn* %  pi 1 Today's Cricket (HUHVS First I livl-1..1, December 2. , 1: College VI Wanderers al College mpirej J H. Wakoti and t Roach ford Carlton vs. Pickwick at Carlton Umpires: T Sisnctt and L. SpelloSpartan vs. Lodge at Park, empires: C. Cumberbatch and L K King Empire vi Cornbennere at Bunk Hall. Cmpin-s. S C I Dt* I r, (Jihson. Intel mi ili;ilr December i. . IS: Y.MPC vs. Windward el BecKIc^ Itond Umpires. G Ford and J Midi Cable A Wireless ft Hospital dt Boarded Hall Umpires ; W. Archer and W 11 are wood Pickwick vv Spartan at the Oval. Umpires: C Aich.-i Ud C DaUon Wanuticrs vs. Empire M Bay Umpire-: G Clarke and W Rav ley. Second Division nimhr i, a Lodge VI Y.M P.C. at Loufcv 1'mpii. J Hinds and B3 before lea At the close the ConunonwMlth were ft! for :'. in rent) India lost eight wickets r : against the foui-nuin ("OIIIIIMHI%  A-eaith attack and onli Ineli egolain VI aj M. -chant and C 8 Nayudn wen i. reach double figures si>. %  vere out for "duck*" Frank Worrell, West Indian iwiruj bowlei took i to n Ramadhln is not in tiic i< Merchant hatted live minutes OW three houri for 37 and Na>idu Tfi minutes rot w Togethci kled forty iii a nlntliwlcket partturship. Alvi. Imli..'s .,rr- P ,,-;.k bowlei look lUl wlckota ( %  efore UM —Renter A. V. BinsKR Eeglesslt'l Bril Bowler An MCC Game To Be Forgotten "us match, UM seventh of UM : wnj be the subject .r It was pl.ived against New South W.ile* (', unliv XI und A.is originally arranged as i, two; %  I %  use Of iHin on the tlrst >a> And on the aeoocid each sido ompleted onl) one innings, at th end or which the MCC were 27 runa beblnd their opponents Australians, Mature that thi match had become „ one-dav ullair, uaaertetl that the MCC had teen beaten ~wtu>h morally they were—hut under twn-diiv rule the nme was not nnlshed and the %  CC wen lutttfled In claimh in etch baal forgotten 11 1 MCI onl) i nghting inn bj Cambridge leM-hander John 'ho hit hair the total SIMI. ,,i ; IL-. Hnrad then fro complete rout Apart prorn hii onl* SUTII i>n and Brown mat %  ,„ h double Agurea it lead >oi Ingloetous <> J-HI.. for ;i touring team end coming so early in the tour certainly no napm omen foi the future M.niili lesiKinsihle for HCC cossagse wan nMdJunvpaoe 11 wiei John Bull end thata hi* real name who claune*! keU for 24 nUM He played Ki.i.le i in ket lust season for the vely Club, Sydney, but was nevei i imsldered good enough even to play for the New South Wales aeoond XI The home team*! othei hero then captain Reg Beattte niu as long a.) ;is unii scored i oon> tun agalnal Q 0, Alien 1 louring team, and In this match made 69 It ma> have i-ii. some •neotw* egement foi UM MCC to hav- known that he at li.ri had played the State stdf %  nisi •• %  Bsi l*ti.t-it b llrn> BjuU | e.i, | h n<-iH. %  IHfklc. P *• W O A ParhlMu r II— >r li 0 Desn Rsstki i. KHI 1 %  a irawa i. .. '. i Mnvnin b Btill \ ,-.><.. I, I':, I I. Plrhk. Slow He .. ledtawJ) arM Simpson was also out— Ughl it mid-olT in Irving tO hit (unner Gerrard Morally it ought be claimed that each o • *' these batamen had scored a cen-i nomr lUTJ The uulheld. Ml which ftv.J[ nupd bos of ruin hart filli..i ih*> i. I 1 !" it-., II..Mir II..! M. i a* J-. rain had fallen the w* vious week, was reported by critic.' in AiiNtc.iim in ham bean the slowest they had seen for years The ball dragged and bumped across It so wearily that Bhepperd eoul i persuade it to the white fence only onn Simpson took the aerial route for a six off the leg spinner Fowler and a. MI hit three hounParsthouaa. much In need .f practice, batted attractively for %  ten 'if .m hour, before hooking fust bowler Searie and S ving an easy catch to short ll fterwards only Dewes who completed another half century, really got on top n( the iiowlers aiH from 188 for four the scoreboard changed to 274 lt |j out, Small consolation was gained by thcaptun m the last quarter of an hour of the first New South Wales wicket without a run on the l,i,.nil Brown close in on the leg side snapping up a half chance ..tTcict in Magulre off W.K. At tlully On the second day perhaps the moat Interesting and certainly the most unusual spectacle was the sight of Godfrey Bvana, England'insi choice wicket-keeper, fielding in Ihe gully It must hove bean %  very long time tndeed since ftVaiM hai played in a match In which he h:is fielded other Ihan behind the 'tumps hut on tinn.e,iMnn he cliil s— .> M; •"•"< •— IS. Smllk J-Sf) n t suw, roi'NTar %\ II UiOuti* r Brawn b Wan 0 I. ro-toi r Mrlm\r. b llri,. I* Siniftw>n b SMr 11 V MtCu, II W„l II Ml.: aai ', w a) i n ....i. W hat's on To-day Krnel Uakelam. aaarijeff golf erofevlunal at the Koysl OlUwa Club In Canada. arrives at -mi m by T C.A. to take up a win ler coaching proiulmpnt w.tli the li... kl. Goll and Country Club. I n i DIM-, ..I, Intermediate, and Second Division Crlrkel In Barbados Crlr ket AstoeUtlon names JI I p.m. <• %  it at Kocklr* Golf and Cou-ilry • iiih—November Beer Mun CompeUtlon. Annual Basaar in aid of Old I %  Home il Brill Hall 3 pin Mrellmt Onset** 1 Mess Ml pm. 2 12 .5(1 I s 3 LfEWARD CRICKET CLUB 9 ANNUAL DANCE The Weather TO-DAY Sun Rises: S.02 a.m. Sun Sets: 3.37 p.m. Moon I .,,t Quarter): December ? I.ighllng: 6.00 p.m. High Water. 10.119 a.m.: . 49 p.m. VESTERDAV Kainf^ll iCodrluglonl: Nil Trmperslure s£\%m ip ( /_//,_ ^ 7 |OVC 1950 V/CROOK5.' ROBBERS; N /STUFFED BAUOT BOXESr /tf .11 IT. /HIRELINGS! SOU6HT VOTES'gfL. WLS ELECTON IS A BLOT THE NATIOMS ESCUTCMEO DEMAND A RECOL'NT III TAKE IT TO TIE •t COURT; m. f m • a %  i. nny K Iril.'d nM out I l> Batted %  Rtrat Bu*lli Brdwi SH. Ws'r 1 1 Ballet 1 II. Brawn 1 u Bvrr> I I Ma.* i-.niNTRV xi am mmn,. It LVnlun Ibw U i. %  i ( ToUl il whlSS a.-"-. Be*-T t i. n,..-.. w CRESCENT BKYCLE & DEPT. STORKS j < laiH 1/1 4 /##! IHSI \ CAMJLMffrW ALL 0 an niti M To the DRILL HALL THIS AFTERNOON AT 3 O'CLOCK There will be TOYS of every drarriptlon. cheap TOYS. expenxlvr TOYS. TOYS FOR Boys. TOYS for Girl. LOOBY DIPS. PONY RIDES. (.AMES of CHANCE Bring your parent*. there ure interesting things for Ihem loo -( HKINTM As ( R \( KEKS snU DECORATIONS CARDS and TAliS NEEDLEWORK. NOVELTIES SHEETS. CAKES. MMIKIII FOOD. PLANTS FLOWERS, VEOF.T\BLES, *( THE ANNUAL BAZAAR Dbrtinguislif-I I'.'drunugo of Hi Exc the Governor end Mr* Savage Under the AT 3 p.m. TO-DAY The Police H a n d iindai Cap) Raleon arU] be In gtu XDMISSI.iN Adults 1/_ Children A Nurse, 6d li,r HM< III.,l.in. ,. i %  rl H'. %  it .in iswils, casasuiei MI* 1SSI 3 u Mi in F1TZ. 0. I'KESCOD Building Conhlrurtor WORK I'NDEHTAKEN ON PERCENTAC.E BASIS Make contact at . Fn (IDE'S JSWIULKRY BHOP Nemon Sireet SEEIN G 's BELIEVING Mil il A CHOICE! WHAT A SIIMiios LOVELY CREPE i:o\i \l\ In fi l.m hiiu.n, Cslourn •o t 40per Yd. WHITE CRESpO LOVABIIJ.E ..... 'i |l M per Yd. PLAITED TAFFETA In 10 designs i. SI 47 per Yd. PLAIN SPI'N IN WHITE and 10 more Colours 9 lie. per Yd. ALL OVER LACE in White it fi 16 per Yd Black and Ro-e Beige ...... ji 12 27 Per Vd. Maij mire Materials are awaiting your Inspection as IMI are loo numerous to be mentioned. 01 It spFdALTir SHOES for ladles, tirnts and Children HHOAim'AY IMIISS SHOP UU PI~\NTATION I(IL TONIGHT > 1>.'N, IN, f •lc by CLCVIE OITTrNN Auminlim by tlrNft liRAND IANGI ,ii\i'\. i HOCIAI. < i in M.iri'h"-".:i n| ||p. We offer the following BUILDING MATERIALS STANDARD HARDBOARD SHEETS l/" tlilek 4* x 6'. g'. 10' P 14e. sq ft. 3/16" thick 4' x g' ft 20e. si. ft. TILEBOARD SHEETS CREAM. WHITE A f .hi i \ i i A 6' 0 SXc. sq. ft. ASBESTOS WOOD SHEETS 3/10" thick 4' x 4' A git 14e. sq. ft. B. R. C. METAL FABRIC No. 3C—3" x 3" mesh N„ *g_gg C" No, %  — i" x IV medium weicht No. 14—3" x 12'' light Phone 4267 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. JwQSldA A Collection ol handsome patlams made by Manufacturers of not* Pin Slripas and fancy Slripas Pricas Per Yard From ISo.lHI -o $13.00 Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. 11, 1? & 13 BROAD STREET The story of a detective who could kill o man with his fist DANA ANDREWS TiERNEY i .GARY MERRILL SW S ..OTTO FREtaiNGER 11 IIII11 II lll'IMM. IW-O.ll'/ i:\IMiU: rm vim I \ i I.I Extra CKAOI.K OF UBKRTY" ,,, Teehnitolnr "BEAI'TY AT WORK (March of Time) The Barbados Choral %  eeseb and the St. Mi. had s ( slhedral Choir will render s programme uf Christmas Mu-ii at Ihe ( .Hi. .h .1 on TOBHDAY, IMa December, st K.I5 p.m. Arimiuiion to the CatheH-.I Mill be ha I'M. .i.mni.. Copie Mill be on sale at the Advocate Stationery Ifiini Mlurdat. ?ml Dei ember, at Ihe fallow! ic prlrrs: i'i. i -iiiuiiol ailmtvsiim in Nave—1/3 p*-r eop> Pfuiramnir f admission to OaBeri iip-taini— fid. per cop> I'M RUNNING AS FAST AS I CAN MAGI HIAUNG OIL lo ft a Untile of the new wonder remedy MAG! HEALING OIL I heur it's a product 1 enn't afford lo be without, because its useful for M> many things. I mean In keep my whole family fit by n-m.. it for roiiuh* and colds, and to end colic and diarrhoea iu a hurry. ,%nd do you know it can he used exlernallv for a massage us well. in relieve pain mid lo (real cuts and bruises —nnd HS if thai weren't enough il can be used for animals and poultry too. Thai's why I'm running, mil walking to my nearest drug store lo get a bottle righl away. MAGI HEALING OIL : STOKIS a BYNOE LTD-AGCNTS =


xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd
INGEST IEID ETDUDG1I5_69KIZ3 INGEST_TIME 2011-10-12T13:50:33Z PACKAGE UF00098964_02449
AGREEMENT_INFO ACCOUNT UF PROJECT UFDC
FILES



PAGE 1

PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2 IMP HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON ^ rrfPlr ^ CEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY ITS M6N\ "*3 -fO UOO< L. --E WW1153V POWNT ^ANT TOMUEIZS ONTMIS 03AP BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG *£ i: ; THE LONE RANGER I STOP THE HORSE* 1 QRvajueEKILLEB'TWECWiON %  BRIDGE 13 GONE' iJ^ BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS % %  WXlCO, ft OaTT IT 5MEAOBO RJCT %  %  RIP KIRBY ALEX RAYMOND %  ;/ BY FRANK STRIKER D D >OJ VAB IT, \lij/C<-J SCN3! IP I'AA A*.V JUC-SE IT WAS r&; Jiii OiGwT MM -j-.-r. L TMAT I L Ser T, | T^fTM CX.T 0* M VI v* PHANTOM LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES % % %  •.. ceeiitHEB&e. d-l*ll BKIN6 EVERY OP ON W.iJT f WE POCKS HEBE IF HE 'IA0IED ^ OOESN'r S1W.' PIPE. ^^POWN VOU-OR*"rWISSlKV "u. UE'JSMART.HEOJEHI DOSE & THIS EGG IS A MENACE TO CHICKS Intestinal worms are .1 of un.thnii.inc*>-> and poor c| duct urn in p"nlir\ Sincfl runs may harbour von birds -.hould be protected b> routine 1 real mem. Monthly dosing with 'I'hcnovis' i-ihc most effective niethuj ol preventing 'PHENOVIS' tODI I'aining a hold on %  %  no reed 10 vary the feeding 01 afier dosing uuh 'i'li. ||bl| in powder ;i ihe mash, t >IUIT ir I boBMl or Agricultural Merchant. %  UNO PHI AOTHU2IM DISPERS1BLE POWDER EndSRheumafism rVhile.You'Sleep ^* HIM. if H" "• %  *••• %  j* •m|li f**I i*-w* OWt .IB^OM • KMnfT BWrlili •' —> — *• %  •*-. %  .•!-• • %  I—> *"•*" %  • N*.rtt. I „->••• &-"'-• .aVRfiSuc %  ^ %  .*. %  .-a c^fc i ort.ij ^"ii •" •" %  ""W" *•"'""• *^ ^^ MM. MM %  ">•* >•*>• ,nr <;••" DM), KUI u unii >•'c I Ol. 11* ol W4lld-alrMU* ta4IIPM*i_ M. • ' %  > •* *•* nw umtilM. I lutWia m NialforMM • Brian*. (Hixii Ken IM ra-M'i •< uM-!'.' •O IM dllHtlr aill MfUkHH. • MM— tow* if piir rio> .rrW b. DMt-fl. ChMNH, Mtf O-.-l.-.. biHiii OMM 11 IWM4 B DQIIIII u< CM mail IB ukra %  •< %  '•• %  $ - ' I .-.(. %  -*. Ill '• C4.t I .-. -. %  %  Mm / MM M /"' •• %  <.•' Mr r a -rt %  oai C-IM *•• atnlrd % %  ( - •*•!%  nil Niir 1/ IMf wi (I o boi U

l*r. •iranM, ln ,(, Mf, In M An LCI. Product fcfc PHENO VIS BRAND PIIENOTIIIAZINE W *toM II ^n '-n ll*Wv Cystexi;^;; l.Mi<"I..^iMIUM*Tj^ (Christian Science 1 < Heading Room I ( it>T FLOOH. BOWM BOMa I .tuoma KUHII f < Hourt: 10 .m-—3 p.m. ft Tuesdays, Wednetdii/a, P Friday*. h I 10 a.m.—12 o'clock I ( Saturdaya. ( UM CDftatiM Sd(*e iMi-booM, m -t...rItO %  ••!!> -.LQ K( 1. It %  It* . .I,l.r. b, M AR1 11 \* ,U %  • ^ tuin iini k Ml bono-u.I Viaitor* Are Wefcomo f DUNLOP TRUCK AND BUS TYRES -for EXTRA performance mm HEALTH BENEFITS sL • FREE FROM HARSH IMPURITIES • NO INJURIOUS AFTER-EFFECTS • SAFE IN ACTION DOWDING ESTATES & TRADING CO., LTD. (ECKSTEIN BROS.) CASTOR OIL !. %  • %  > U4U I lalMIII lit.. LONDON — Everything YOU and your DRIVERS want in a truck rr.*roi %  p:isina*MB) ipnrt tome inui MOM * Ixighi WMt>JI i in. n-v*>i 1 %  %  ii data >b>i around. Cat-MrU drifiita iiuuUica Uhin In.1 %  The New 5 ton MORRIS-COMMERCIAL FORT ROYAL <. \HA4.I-. Phone 2385 Sole Di.tributors Phone 4504 I, So. hcn I goi home I h*thd my f *• When I lold )im he u.d."Wonderful' inOp !" \.-pJohtbt'tiitf' Di*.om Yourevet look lolv lonighi KM kin. Juil, tuna —all Muhed %  •* %  on uung Opucv 111 uw it. 100^ PROTECT YOUR EYES u,uA Optrex m I € Y£ COT I O N M A INII uir TT ra of iha eya and inott v llniMtaoulilbtbcaUhyflnh I M ihey are red or ttn%  ne. icnuAoatf detigncil ocbath.



PAGE 1

Salurdtt.i Bcrruilirr Barbuvi aauwate IIVE I:XTS It-Mr gg 100 M.P's Write Attlee On Atom Commons Electrified _ LONDON, Uec. 1. WELL OVEH 100 Labour Members of Parlia ment today signed a letter to Prime Ministe.Clement Attlee pin pointing the atom bomb issuo and expressing ihoir ahrir. It is believed to have demanded the undertaking that the use of th' atoni'c bomb would not l>e authorised until Unite'; Nations leaders had been consulted. There should be no question of leaving the decision to n-.uitar %  chiefs, and in the absence of undertakings on th • subject Britain should withdraw her troops from Korea. I!MII.\.\ SQl'AWK PLAY jf Tlie Prime Minister today aummor.ed hit Military Mil udvisers to a conference in preparation lor his visit to Washington. Earlier, he met Foreign Secretary blMM Kevin Cabinet loader, for ihe reries of urgent .. % %  .. %  | 'he programme of talks he will have with President Truman. l-atesi report" fn m live quarters suggested that the Prime Minuter would fly to America on Sunday for his vital policy talks on Korea and the .vnild cruris generally Among Service I—del at today's military conference Kir .11 III Shinweil. War Minister John R'mFi-ld Marshal Sir William Slim, Chid Of the Imperial General Staff Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin and Defence Minister Shinweli were at the earlier ministerial meeting Anxiety In House Quartan eaaea 10 Attlee said he had so much ground to cover in I minute talks with his advisers and department chiefs that it might even be Monday before he hW British Overseas Air Corporation said today that arrangement* had been made for u BO AC Stratocruiser to stand by to l..ke Attlee lo Washington. Attlee has communicated to President Truman a list of the subjects he wants to discuss He Is expected to be in Amenca (or about a week. Today he was seeing Patrick Gordon Walker (Minister for Commonwealth Relations) as Commonwealth countries are being kept Informed of developments. Attlee's announcement, which followed exchanges with Britain'* representatives In Washington on Truman's references to the atom bomb, quelled Parliamentary anxiety which within a few hour* hod been built up to formidable p r ope rt ions. A dcsp.im, .i .orrespondeni states that the mood Of the British Parliament since the announcement of President Truman's Press Conference statement on the use of the atom bomb, has been one of virtual despair On the Conservative side, feeling can best be judged from the decisive speech made by Conservative R A. Butler Just prior to Attlee. He was critical of British relations with tha United States within the. Atlantic Alliance He lamented ] the lack of Britain's influence | in the combined counsels of the Western Powers. "We feel our > hand has not been played \ strongly enough up to date." An Endorsement Referring to Communist Chin-. Butler said there were two views, lie would accept neither extreme On the one hand, some advocated admission of China to the Security Council. He could not accept that at this stage when China was undoubtedly acting aggressively At the same time he could not accept the view nut by Warren Austin. United States representative on tha Security Council •'It would be disaster." said Butler, "to use the machinery of the United Nations to extend the war rather than to terminate It." Clement Attlee immediately endorsed on l>chalf of the Government all the views put by Butler. This In itself is sensational. but in his brief 20 minute speech there were more sensations. "We want to get a settlement with Chin:. Attl-*e emphasised. It would ba assamated that the Foreign Office here feels itself capable of reaching n settlement with China as great weight has been placed on Ihis point In speeches from the three Government speakers in this debate Aflei .1 brief mention of the Atlantic Pact rearmament. Attlee tame to the heart of to-day's question. As he spoke of Truman's reported statement on the atomic bomb. 500 members of Pa'llament below and hundreds above in the Press and public galleries held the.r breath The Prime Ml Oat failed to Ihc United States MacMahon !%  the President's permission for the uc of etomll weapons. Tin-, correction of Truman originally reported statement did not satisfy ..1) heartRut Attntt statement assuaged tremulous hearts. It was assertion nf eolli if British Intention %  a doctglons must be taken on the I hind him Attlee continued U his dee i Nothing could nw in %  fear-fraught \ Hum the prospect that P --wits might be modified by diplomacy be!':.-mler and the Attlee has not been to -.nee 1945 when in a | aimoal different world -he caiie. W iTigton to inaugurate the .vtomic Energy Commi-As the House dc-pe %  riu ; yet come from Washlogton but the day has ended mtl heightened confidence Thai has been a day'in which Britain has asserted her will to regain n position of influence in world affairs Chinese Drive South Towards Pyongyang • %  .,• SQUAWS Jf tU .. ].. .1 i Ariion*. nxt February The anci t i i <o yard* apart their "Uk*" (oNraaai-nt. thit H" .1. of which liieio. iraa-t of the Cowboy-i which will take me ef Tails Is apparently the fere ruuiier of u J puck .1(4 long hook.il lUcka UIVI to A It ruler a men-sage from London said that Prime Minister Clement \ ttlaa* propoaeu night i ington for consultations with president Truman was front page new. in the world's newspapers to-day i in some countries the visit was considered to offer a raoplta i' ; the face of almost inevitable war, while there was Increase! anxiety in political eir cthei countries. President Truman's statement, that the final decision on using the atom bomb rested with him-I self was welcomed in mo.-*, quarters Following are the reactions to Attlee's proposed vi-it t.. Wellington H ASHINGTON.—One Americ m n • wi p iptr said that President Truman'* flr-t reaction to tHe news of CommunM aaaaull in Norther i Koret was to propose to cross the ocean Marshal Stalin and 10 offer him the choice between peace and war. Truman's advt'erf ur<-ed him not to go a h ead with the proposal, thev said. This reported nrouosal ma) explain British Prime Minister Clement Attlee's decision to fly to Washington at on)* 4ft hours notice, political olwrvers bare b-lieve SWEDEN.—British I'rim. Muus ter AtUee'h decLsion to fly to Washington shows that the "gap between the Anieri. nd Prill h vie v|oints on a Oemocratic world's policy la widening"' a Liberal Stockholm paper said to-day "British public oplniot || increasingly demanding a more active IlltagvantlOfl of the London Government ir L.ke Succe-9 There l a parallel situation in WtWtr It added. On 1 "resident Trumai atom bomb statements and the subsequent explanations %  n Washington, the paper common ted: 'One fact remains The United State* considers it has a rlvht place the bomb at Oeaaarau MacArthur's disposal without he-ring the views of the United Natio-s though th war In Korea is being wagein thename of the Unite 1 Nations" DENMARK. — The Conservative National neper said to-day that Mankind would continue to hope for nfttceful settlement of the nresent International difficulties until the! lag* poasible moment •lint hoM is not enough The world must be prepared for everything and Europe not the least." It continued "Nobodv can say what will happen next. One can only say 'hat the forces of demothe only guarantees for paai GERMANY — West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer said here that the expansion of the Korean conflict ba prevented thmug'i international ncgoti..* -1AV hope that .i third World War will be avoided to snare the human race its greatetri diaaater" He deCllned to comreenl on President Tinman's atom bomb statement. BKLOirm Tha oewi of Attlee'i proopi Atlantli i %  rneel Piaaidanl Tni•ii.Hi increased anxietv ir •I Circles here Circ^ close to the Be'dan Government believed that net meeting to be held later today will dsmarl froir routIne matter* lo dlacui l %  %  I military development. In the world sjluatlen. IMU \ uraasar, Caswer^meal OUartl Attlee's decision to visit Washington erpreUng %  "a % %  Pleven And Schuman For London Talks UiNl" N The Foreign Office announced thai .if let noon that French Prune Minister Rent Pat-VOn -nd French Foreign MInlatai Robert Schuman will come to London r morning fur talks with Prime Minister Attlee and roreigi Sacral :-11• AM ,i %  laaw ffaahlnsftm The Foreign Ofllca lUTnounce I'hi French Anitias-'. all,-it on tha Fnrcifc' B> t.iii tbil moriiinR following at, xcbansji i f views throush diplomatic channels between Paris and London during thi days. baan aareed thai Pleven and Schuman ihould come to London to see their BfciUsh lies before Attlee leave loi W| I ton Tha Fietieh Mm > > expected In London lomorro** morning Renter. Attics Agree To Germtrn Ft an BONN. Dec 1 Dr. Konrad Adenauer West German Chancellor to-day scored a uiploniatic victory with the Allied High Commissioners who in principle agreed to new proposals drafted by him on the New v..ik conference faacialom officials said here. In a discussion tasting over two hours the Chancellor raised the whole relationship between West Germany and the Allies. One Allied official said the Chaneeiibr's draft arhich reword td the o> cartons I Tvn ti ters in New York to bring out more clearly their advantages to the Germans was "<|Ulte a good Dr. Adenauer also brought up attain his plea that the Occupati Statute should be replaced by security agreement and that Allied West Gcrgpn ratatton should be on contractual basis. But It was understood that High Commissioners were unahl %  on 'ins and agreed they musi leave this to their Governments.—Renter. Five Ask Griffiths To Set Lp CenIre For W.I. Students (Krom Our Ou'ii Corrrxpoiident ) LONDON. Dec. 1. A DESPATCH from Mr James QrtfAtJ Stale for ilColonies, on thai pronosal to Ml i rVeaj liiilun Studenta' Centre in London will khofl Ij receive) by West Imlian Governments. The ,lowi ; meetini! lust night "1 the Colonia: Oflice w!u-n Mr GrifRtha i eceived a live m.m deputaUon M ru Paatacutlve O mmtttaM mi Weal Endhui Students/ ttilon who itn %  %  %  %  ich a centre. id. dei utatu n i Irted al %^ II. D Cat .[-.-. A : li liai si k*ntt Union. MiIV. a I d inn i I i u *Dead Man' Answers Questions iiELGitAiii-:. Dai 0 el I'tihli. Kin III Numbei One, who the DMnlniorn pei -fti bo fare foretsnj I are terJai Newt 'i hai r el a aa a tron prtaoi ntaUon cauaad ootsitai eatlon in Mela*rade a week ago "I have been place.i In a post on of having to prove I .m aliv 'nit it needs no proving as yo, an ee foi yourself." he salo. The a'i-yeai-old formei Mmi lei "f llaaJaM who wus arreste-l In May 1048 for subversive acttvl ie an behall of itussi.i asptararJ iha i Mf. ranee room smilimj i"r.,•.! in .i blue Mill, white shin ii Mod he ^ii Zuyleh told correspondents tha n fortunately*' no longer. member of the Yugoslav Comimi .' I' a I %  1 > — Reuter. Xmas Shup/iers Burnt To Death HALIFAX. Nova So Ita. Dc I Ten Christmas UOMM I a d clerka were burned to death in a lit pert ro an t Ion %  rditsi %  Ifl v 0U I> led oihari in .;iti i\ over/ the roaf At one tune So people were irapped In u third II or bay fair .Six of them followed the boy to an escaitf ladder when (lames cut oil tin man, dOM After an unexploited explos i on % %  .i: thi tout toreyed building, Kays St' teThu rlre rterted whan iwindow %  %  ie. trieal Chrudeaai gr<.ee. I. ili. that the Fai Eeatern Corni uld investigate the alleged uaa of Japane*. forces Korea Tha Ru %  %  the Sovle' Ambassador. Alaa inoei \'->: I Itu it yaatei %  atlng of the Commission charging a "gross violation" of the I'otsdam Declar(•tlon und Far Kastern fumniialon poUey de eW o n i Reatet Taft Will Supporl War Jiffort WASHINTITON, Do I American Etepublscan polie) leader. Senator Robert T.ifl ta%  i. pri ml i full scale 1 au lupport or the Ki reei effort as President Trim %  %  ..i %  nferenco .. Rapul %  re u.i..' %  %  %  "Repuhhfo'iwould taura calculated • • %  United %  Kor Taft widi-'i Keuter. NINE PRIESTS TO BE SENTENCED TODAY Mt<\GUE. I>e. I The Czechoslovak state prose'-manded "the severest %  %  fot nine Roman I athota |H %  i .: %  li led for • U eti Lai wai hen today. In a two-hour speeeh he strongad the Vatiean and Its %  and -er\ ..tit' v..kia" tparl n Church law called ;i %  •• .<..( i %  i. d] n ".ii the greati %  and the are itai the %  i. HIhnv nl Tax to-morrow n.oinuig. the sixth d f the trial Reuter. id.,di Mi H-wIe V.. Ie, i in; I Mi >dmy Mowati (Jamaica): and Mi Nutton Clnlllth-. (BG.i ihjung the dsacuaaaaea lasting ana I .. ban h> ut pond I out lo Mr CrlfTVlhs that II ntral nneeta*| point ret W t Indian itudenti In i^mdon. although Malayans and Afri%  a had their own oantri Mr Ornliths it is undl i 1 %  i ipprova] of the itle.i of ,1 West Indian centre and listened sympathetically ,.students put forward their vlewi He was f.|d of the difllculties nil ..hi.l.u have HI i.l>I.oiiuig accommodation It was iggestad that thi i A %  KtdlUonaJ hoatel na Boa men and one foi %  me i I Mr Oi if'.Mi. indlcatad that he would look mt" the matter Ha alao axpreaaad approval of '<< idi .i .i appointing a Can i Advuaf t" ensure ttiai ijdeni lifted < II of the Colonial Empire where nmoat urgently needed. Ml tirimths said lhat he would i e mere engineer ing ,n technical studentHe was then tOad that anothei urgent need was for u • lislunent of more university ; as ret p lonial rtudi i ularl) in medicine The Weal uadsM deputation pi ntad om thai more ten %  ded and niajaeted that In future scholarship allowanee %  hi Uid be iiegged to Ihg GO | ol living index *LUU* A$mmbfy" Meaati (.willHitf inq units FLUSHING MKAIMIW. Dai i Qeneral Aaaambl to-night instructed the 'Little As hiy' to continue Inqulriaa mt. plaint by Nationalist Chin. agalnai RuairJa The .iswmbly np proved bj 19 cotes to 17 with •evitiuni, %  resolution deal Ing with Nationalist China's com plaint of threats from Russia t the political Indepeiidei.'e .m terrllnria! iiiteffrltv of China an' i the |>eace of the Far Bast. Another resolution drew the attantlOfl 4 -ill states in the neces-in of louipivkng rallhfully wltl a previous Assembly reconuuendn inn U> prmnole international relations in the Far Fist flu n.i •Mt to six with I* id %  %  %  Rrute Kussia Makinji Atoiuii' Wrapoiis WASIIIN IT! HI, l)< i %  %  Brton -i' alal -ii hall mat i the %  anafoe-Mouaa At.-ti ba i < ommltb i harni> dhal lengad b>-4aj a lugaaaaioa the Russia might not have the atomic ii imb Benator Owen Brew U i (He, ublie n. Maine) ma ll aaatli n in na Bebata W. \1 --. II (OemiH i..i ) Fiuieeh cut. replied "Evidence available foi OVei a year indicates the Soviet did explode an slornii %  .e.,. md are lo^hsy In the buail %  ..iMul.ietunng tin-in —Reuter. "Little Hope Of Defence" TOKYO, Dec. 2. (JHINESE COMMUNIST troops aid aJ were reported early today to be pouring south over the Chongchon River and closing in Eighth Army's defence area north of Pyongyang, the former North Korean capital. Observers in Seoul reported seeing DO real hope that, if the Communists threw in another savage offensive on the Chongchon pattern, the United Nations troops could hold the line. Almost the entire area to th Mat and northeast of Pyongyang was free to the Cou.m ;i 0 manoeuvre for another flank onslaught on the Eighth Army, which is concentrated along 40 miles i | he western part, of the Peninsula. FAO Prepared To Assist Thr ( !;irililH';iiJ I'UKArAii. II W 1 Not M I>T s Dansi I Naur u h ol th< tUoni Pood and AU%  i day told the Wi i | \ i prepare I parata furthai < .iTlI'lie.m ("oininisMoti icganlMi ini(detiieritJition of ie plUtlOO %  dtnatl i and planning ol agricultural dew I aid birHtorsaa An ohaarver al Uta I failerenoi Hr Neuin.o 1. i > ... entitled The Importance ol AMU culture in Carlb %  Wiih Reference to ilu Wori Market The pa| %  ot urlcultuj opment and said that d ahotdki !• seen In the peiv,|-. t,\e ..f it relation to Indu in mvnt There was the i l.uid Dlanntngj. agrU-ultmal guid .nice .IIMI .igrnultural leadership Bg well H Nell Fahev i.f Tni.i dad and Ilr cheddi Jagar ot Itntivli (iulann paid high tribute lo NeutnanV* paper West Indian ... conferences inaugurated in IfMl |abandoned by Ihe Anglo-Aniericun Caribbean CommiSHlon are designed to provide a system of regulai tatlona wlln local rapretantatl va on matters of eommoi Interi —(C I' i In turn there appear no real hop" of i< I • III I mud the cifv And the probaliilities were that If the Eighth Army was ior. t. eli %  would IT hypa sad bj "Hinivf .ii" I :ld then liava i i It* allj %  | %  % %  Ouard at P ed late !..-( lUghl % %  %  ttai' b) Chlneai i ommunlata. rt> told of peasants clothing trekking sotltV ward with Uwuaend rrf tarrlflad Korean p li, liter reapntldem in UMilhweat Korea reporte-l l.ntj I Uaa troop* dug In on a hillside last night covering drmwal of i 1 "laai a* i the Unite 1 Natlori f.-ree from the Cfeonachon Wvet • %  avei Iha r AV K'rafing by A i %  i' ban and th' bridges blown up ing rmted NaUom ( %  rii. picture thli morning was of warv Unlb i Mai B ' nea line pivot %  %  %  s II.I him alxiul north of Pyongyang The town.if Sinanju and Anjii al the nuiuth :f the ("hong* him believe,| Trunufn Aecuses Red (Jhines*' WASHINGTON Dg. l. i'i. :l. nt Tiuman today aceuaed Chlneaa Conununlats of "naked i' liberate and unpr %  ..'.ll I!, K..H I %  Congress to approve a $11 I onn fund to atrengtlK IStati's defences in ,i im-nsage to |Coiigres the President said that the gravity of the MTOTld Slluatl re<|uireit that tbeae fundl li in.i available with the uimrsTT TIIF NFWH Ring 3113 Day or Night. 0Bp~ TIIK AHV(1( ATt: PAVS t'OK MAVS iVron HO|X'N For "Full Meat" Trip BUKNOS AJRXS I President Peron udd BrltUfn idor Halfour ha ho|Mi. when the new Ar|(eniiiie line. IT Mr Orlubrr --.drd f.„ I. i go i i -ince July 21 'Hi-liter MYSTERY JETS FLY OVER BERLIN am ....* nee i i riionaUtj iwapt ii>i over iha I Herlm al nndlay today Ami l Allied air secu. dei larad that the jets American, according to laani Reuter Soviet Pro/nmrt Defeated In KM LAKE st:rcBSS. Dee I rhi U N fjommlaalon on N.n %  dafaated a neei Runnd ti otiat Iha Hiineaa i from th.it I—lv and seal the Ked Cluni-se reprcseniii.-The Rueetan i-n-posai was defeated rune * Bve Phi I i U Bl it. i %  .id.i. Egypt. France [rai .: . Peru, thins and Tn-v.-v voted again I the Russian 1 Heat**. First Ted Vlalcli LATEST REPORT h-om Brisbane, where ihe ttret Teat Match batween Eng land and Australia ut baina played la that rain prevented the resumption ot play on the eecond day. I* % % %  •'. doub*tul whelheihere would be any play al all. When the llrsi days play ended on Fr. day Australia were all ou lor 228 rune in Ihelr lira! innings. V.N.S.C.O.B. TO KEEP WATCH NF.W YORK The Assembly decided to have the UN. Special Committee on the Balkans keep watch on Greece's Northern border for another three Greek reeolutlona overwhelmingly approved by tbe Assembly the otre two called on the Eastern European countries to return Or* from their hoi %  repatriate pi on I ptatoJ.*r& who eapraM ON GREECE'S NORTHERN BORDER une. the BalI -m SI ll C. with Yugi^t The resolution for war %  %  %  1 discussed at I %  nuIUfaad how%  votes by va/tous Ueligatei. One would have expected th" Assemblys Presideni • de win %  fnent ft* the repe.il ..f death sentences • >ry Courts The 1 %  of American and British tion in Greece' ( md the holding; %  %  BOniiD UNDER AU1MORITY OF THI COCA COLA COMPANY BY BARBADOS BOTTLING CO., LTD. LMea i u>r COCOA POI \ NIH1 "..-, K.II.. sMMaasUaai even svaauaf. Monday Ihrwuib Hslnsrday from HHI:, p m