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The Barbados advocate
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Tuesda

1930



South Of

OVERWHELMING

pouring down through the wide open centre of
the Peninsula were now reported a few miles south-
east of the former northern capital |
The British Commonwealth 27i% Brigade and
the American First Cavalry Division after 1 week

of non-stop action began their retreat from the
Suchon area before dawn,

ered roads choked with

The British 29th Brigade was somewhere in

the same area.



600 Police Guard
W. German Capital

BONN, Dec. 4.

Six hundred mobile police are
to be stationed in Bonn to protect
the West German capital, Dr.
Robert Leht, Minister of the
Interior said today.

They will probably be housed
in the former Gallwitz barracks
just outside Bonn.

Negotiations were soing on
well between the Federal Gov-
ernment and 11 West German
states towards the setting up of

® special force of 3,000 mobile
police sanctioned by Allies, the
Minister said.

Recruits would be taken from

19 to 22 years of age and would
have to sign on for seven years
One-fifth would at first consist of
older men up to 27 years.

Officers, he said, must be
people whose loyalty to the

constitution was beyond question.
—Reuter.



Women, Children
Leave Tonking

HANOI, Dec. 4.

xs Rachbadox

U.N. Troops Withdraw

—_—



WHERE TH

Pyongyaag ,
TOKYO, Dec. 4. |
CHINESE FORCKS still|

moving along snow-cov-
thousands of refugees.

They retreated towards Pyong-
3 till rocked by the demoli-
tions cf strategigally useful build-
j4t.gs with hardly a shot fired, after

ize

troops were forced back by
Chinese tactics of moving South,
down their exposed right flank.

The hastily reorganised South
Kerean 8th Division was bitterly
fighting to hold an _ outflanking
drive at Sachangni, 35 miles

south-east of Pyongyang according
to some reports,

The position of the United Na-
tions 10th Corps in the north-
east was even more precarious
today, as Chinese continued their
crive towards the East coast ports
of Hunam, Hugnam and Won-
san. Their capture would com-
pletely isolate large Allied forces
in the Chosin reservoir area,

Two regiments of surrounded
Unitec States marines, to-day
fought their way through into
Hagaru, the beleaguered United

Nations centre on the southern tip
of the frozen Chosin Reservoir,
but their position still remained
serious,

The only way out for these men,
some marines and a part of the
American Seventh Division and
British Commandos, is a narrow
winding road held by two Com-
munist Divisions, which runs to
Wcascn, 40 miles to the southeast

About 2,400 United Nations sick
and wounded have now been air-

PICTURE shows Farmer's Gully, St. Thomas, where Patrick, Uric and

Avril Benskine, (inset) is the mother of Patrick and Uric and



Was Right
As Volcano

LONDON, Dec. 4.



ne

MacArthur PRIEST LEAVES SICK BE
TO PRAY BEFORE ETNA





DROWNED

found the bodies floating.
aMas of Maiorie. She is now left

Erupts Anew



Majorie were drowned on Saturday evening, Frederick Quintyne, who
fished out the bodies of Patrick and Majoric, points to the spot where he {



Price:
FIVE CENTS
Wear 535










Attlee Says In
Washington

WASHINGTON, Dev. 4.
RESIDENT TRUMAN and Mr. Attlee, British
Prime Minister, talked for nearly two hours
| here tonight on the worsening military situation ti
Korea, Their first meeting took place six hours
after Mr. Attlee’s arrival in Washington, and they
immediately came to grips with the Korean mill

ry situation.
= Their military chiefs attended the meeting which began
at 5 p.m. and ended at 6.45 p.m, It was snowing werd 7
Attlee and his advisers left the White House through '
back door when the conference broke up, making it a
sible for reporters to question them. However, a J01
Attlee—Truman statement was understood to be in pre-







ee Attlee arriving at Washington

r airport on a cold bleak morning
told 200 reporters that the Com

’ I C B C munists were wasting their efforts

2 Tie n Ae e ®@| in trying to split the British and

| American peoples

“Trouble always brings us to

Competition

yether more closely than ever”, he
said,
The Cleaner Bridgetown Com- President Truman nad a warm

handclasp for the Prime Minister
as he descended from the special

petition closed on December 1
and judging took place yesterday



The panel of judges was Dr.|}Ro0.A.C Stratocruiser which
Bruce Hamilton, Mr. I, W. V.} had landed him and his advisers
———————— Gale and Mr, George H, Hunte. | at the airport.



Attlee, wearing a spray of white

opinion | of heather in the button hole of his

suggestion

. In the unanimous
e€ anne the Judges, the best

was made by G, M. Birkett, but] black overcoat smiled broadly in
= ® > se . entr sxxceeded 200: greeting.
To Kill Chiefs os cena Po ows ae Sire ; Others meeting the British party
; rules of the competition to dis- | included Dean Acheson, United
; . qualify this candidate from the: States Secretary of State, member +
Py potted tei : : lof the United States Cabinet and

to an Intelligence Officer here.

The last United Nations
troops north of the Taedong River
dividing Pyongyang, withdrew
across pontoon bridges to the
South early to-day, according tc
a frontline report.



Airman Dies Trying
To Avoid Crash

TEXAS, Dec. 4.

: . ; : They were the Gloucester

ne A: en acd i died <2 Rettalion and the British 29th
aming Je -hgn “r Cre Laine Brigade.
than allow it to crash into the |” ‘The guns of the British covered
— of spectators at an ai |i cir withdrawal. Engineers stooc

Flight Lieutenant James Brad- ‘Te’dy to blow up a ee ee
ley’s F-84 Thunderjet had caught Soon as the last vehicles of th
fire after an internal explosion ae eae ann ret
i taki ff at Hensley Field. | of the 8th Army's tong trek sou
wie pers <0 ; crossed the half-frozen river
Officers who were watching —Reuter.



said he could have stopped and
escaped, but he chose to fly on
over 100 cars full of spectators at
the*end of the runway and died
when his machine crashed in the
thinly populated area beyond.

He was married and left two
young children.—Reuter.

BOAC May Operate
Occasional Flights

LONDON, Dee. 4.

The British Overseas Airways
announced today that they hoped
to operate ‘‘occasional flights”
\during the strike of electricians at
London Airport.

Regular flights on the North
American, South American and
Far East routes have already been
cancelled because of the nine-day-
old strike caused by the refusal
of 130 electricians to work with
two non-union men.

The stoppage is estimated to
have cost the State-run airline
£ 250,000.—Reuter,



AUSSIES WIN
FIRST TEST:

Australia beat England

by 70 runs when their

first Test Match ended.

Australia made 228 and

32 for the loss of 7 wickets
and England 68 for the |;
loss of 7 wickets and 122. |!
Hutton and F. R. Brown |
{



Israeli— Jordan
Failed To Agree

TEL-A-VIV, Dec. 4.
and Jordan members of
Armistice Commission
here today after yes-

were associated in a
stand, Hutton was un-
: beaten at the end of play.

| Israeli
ithe mixed

FOURTEEN KILLED which met



terday’s armed clash on the Aylat- }

SANTIAGO, Chile, Dec, 4.) Beersheba. Road failed to agree on

a Fourteen people were killed; the agenda, Colonel Benner De
and more than 50 injured in a' Ridder of Belgium, acting United

collision between two buses on! Nations Chief of Staff in Palestine,

a highway near here last night. |then appealed to the Security

—(CP). Council to fix the agenda.-Reuter.







ft

=o: ann

THE CAR PARK at the old foundry site had over flowed ito tl i
Picture was taken |



CAR PARK OVERFLOWS



Affairs debate the objectives of. on Concetto,

sis
ors, ‘left his “hospit.
nearby town of Catania three/to deter Communist action.
days after an operation, to return In previous reports the paper
to his menaced parish. said that police organizations from
Villagers followed several Arnerican republics were

is ai personally
General Mac Arthur are no more’ the

and no less than the objectives of
the United Nations”. Members
cheered this statement.—Reuter. |

Oldest Tyre

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, T’dad.



his bent



Mr. Kenneth Webster of || figure at dawn to-day as he was| Working together to neutralize
Arima, Trinidad, was the re- helped slowly up the slope to the | the plan.
cipient of $15 U.S. currency, edge of the ravine. —Reuter.
|

for having the oldest tyre in
use in the world, A Tourna-
pull driver at the Caura
Dam, Mr. Webster said that
his winning tyre had been
in use 10,750 hours as proved



They knelt facing
| he began to pray.
Dark grey ash flung at intervals
from the roaring crater five miles
| Above settled on their heads and

the lava as

Situation Eased
(From Our

Stop Running One
Another Down

Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec. 4
As a result of a slight easing
tcday of the B.O.A.C. electricians’









i : E by anes c alkane | shoulders, gritted on their teeth

strike situation, Deputy High This | Ane Wheminalot teu and stung their eyes. SAYS NEHRU
Geernsasicnar of Canada in Lon- the Tournapull Company For the eighth night in suc-

abie ~. Frederic Hudd will be headquarters in the United cession they had tried to sleep NEW DELHI, Dec, 4

eS e to y to Jamaica on Wednes- | States. The second ‘prize was | through the spasmodic rearitg otf Prime Minister Nehru, often
day in order to keep his appoint- | won by an American in Cali- |} the biggest active voleano in|named a a possible mediator in
ment with Sir William Stephens». fornia. Europe the growing East-West crisis, on



of Reading, Jamaica, Director of
the British Security Co-ordinatio.: |
in the Western Hemisphere since

Yesterday their celebrations at
the seeming end ef the eruption
turned to a new and more bitter

Sunday urged all countries to stop
running each other down and to
try a new approach to peace





1940,

Heavy Snow














anx as cS a Addressing an all-Indiz ‘WS-
The Constellation on which he | gh — flame sud- paper editors cantarente hare, he
cone will be the — on the e ae ere oD of lava, | Outlined these other steps he con-
Saribbean run since Friday, The H t E : P| ees lyf ane, | Siders necessary to bring peace to
B.O.A.C. said they are unabl> | 1 urope ere steaming, JT49/ the world, to consider problems
to return to normal schedule yet bi: ie vo mountainside Thelin a new atmosphere, and try to)
and are flying as and when pos- LONDON, Dec. 4. eee eam last reported | find temporary solution, then seek
sible. Operational programmes im- | Heavy falls of snow with drop-| ‘@velling at eight yards en hour! 4 solution of longer duration.—CP)
proved however in .respect co!| ping temperatures were reported Do. ears oe oe .
Trans - Atlantic and Caribbean ,{rom Western Eurepe to-day on Concetto who has known} .., :
1 ‘ -di Ons +
services because of an end of the! Parts of the United States are suf-|°V€ry eruption of Etna for the last) Spx Ask Put Chinese
“go slow’ by electricians at Fil» | fering from floods, ee said: “We are at the
ton Airport, Bristol, who are re- Here arc reports from Reuter's ninth day but an eruption like
sponsible for the maintenance of | correspondents: this. may last 20.” Already the Issue On Agenda
| Stratocruiser and Constellation | paris: A cold spell stfucit| Main livelihood cf the village has} _. Fi att :
planes. | France last night after high winds.| P©@N evacuated—mules and don- FLUSHING MEADOWS, Dec. 4
Mr. Hudd says that his visit to /Clear cold weather with occa-|k€ys plodded down the mountain-|_, Delegations of Cuba, Ecuador, |
Jamaica has no business angle: |sional snow along the Channe!|*ide each bearing two casks of }fâ„¢ance, Norway, Britain and the|
ia invitation from Sir William t jand North Sea coast was forecast,| this year’s wine pies oa S to-day wired atl
spend a fortnight’s holiday on the The 2 . Already some villagers’ be nited Nations Secretary Genera
‘ - : . a : . . a & ager est], |
island was extended sometime | ‘ s en" ADOT SNOW=! vineyards lie buried un ler seven} Trysve Lie asking that the item|
ee | storm swept Holland this morning “ed ancer sey i ntien of Central Peoples’ |
REY, |ond a further fall was predicted.| 7848 Of grey rock and four voi- | ne eit of the Peovles’ Re
. ar Frost was also expected tages on one side of a ravine have} MOVernment o , eer aT eee
U.N. Commission Copenghagen: “Baow ana ebse| Mmaiees: |public of China in Korea” be
For S. West Africa ielj over the most of Denmark| _ But Don Concetto to-day still) Sresent ne ape ee me a oe
nts s jearly this morning with more on| *@fused to turn to the “last res) Rucembiye ; :
| LAKE SUCCESS, Dec. 4 lthe way. Eastern Norway was ts” of the frightened village | The Todas ‘ to: le” peciineton
The Trusteeship Committee |to-day in the grip of a cold spell, “There is time enough yet,” hel ii 31 tne item, be put on the weendal
approved a resolution appointing! —Reuter, | “aid when villagers urged him to! a a Oteaporten eye ean
ae un t l ana



ake an image of the Madonna|
from the little church built in 1338 %

by “Queen Joan of Aragen, and

Nine Martyrs \«

urgent
uestion,” |
It added



rica to examine reports and pet’

ja Commission for Southwest Af- |
tions

that “ar explanatory |

from the territory.







—Reuter | carry it in procession to the memormcum will tolow »
- — - } advancing wall of fire” ~—Reuter.

{ VATICAN CITY, Dec, 4 According to village tradition, | -
Commenting cn the sentencing | lava spewing from the great erup-

|< nine Czech priests in Pragu tien a century ago was halted 5 | KIRK GOES TO U.S.
the Vatican newspaper Osserva-| an image at the out kirt f at MOSCOW, Dec. 4
tore an said on Saturdz) | village.-—Reuter. | Admiral Alan G. Kirk United
that these martyrs liv in tl _— {States Ambassador in Moscow
minds of all the faithful. | HUMAN RIGHTS DAY left Moscow today in a specia!
Killed in their spirit Osserva American plane for London or
tore said ‘hat the auxiliary bisho; FLUSHING MEADOWS, Dec. 4! hi way to Washington

ef Olemuc and ni eight com- The United Nations Gener 1; He was going for routine
panions are lost as from Mond Assembly to-day invited all naj consultations and a short Christ-
in the darkness jaij only be-| tions “and interested organisa- | mas holiday

cause they kept faith to the law « tions” to adopt December 10 each | Admiral Kirk who was acccr
God Unofficial Vatican sources}year as Human Rights Day ‘o panied by Mrs, Kirk was flying
et the figure of the priests killed,|celebrate the proclamation «f to London via Berlin

deported, or imprisoned in iro’ }the universal declaration of Hu- He was panning to travel on
curtain countries to a figure abov [man Rights by the Assembly oa to New York in a French ship
13,000 —C.P. December 10 —Reuter

—Reuter.





SOVIETS WANT PEACE









MOSCOW, Dec. 4 - Another spokesman
Nineteen members U.S Del t Mr ard Upahu
of the American Says e e ega ton aid the inhere it de
Peace Delegation to- ire of Americ
; day ended a ten-day visit to in Korea and to keep the war people for peace would prevent
Moscow, Leningrad and Stalin- away from China. We will also the use of the atom bornk ainst
grad, The Leader, Mr. Holland induce the United States Gov- Koreans or any other people
| Roberts, read a statement signed ernment to return to a policy Answering. a qu n. Mr. Ro
the delegatés saying “There of peace.” bert said that Mr ae
no doubt in our minds that American former Assistant
j hie Soviet people want peace, The delegation leaving for torney General 10 Was the
} need pe e and extend the hand home to-morrow is taking to the ie peaks riticise the
{ f peace to our people United States a handful of Stal Communist t the recent!
ingrad soil ‘on which no invader Par i W eace Cor
We going back to p has ever set foot mbol of es | on wi
rd when i nu 2 peace mpaign t le- t Soviet-Amer efforts for eve
} mand the restoration peace peace, Mr. Molland Roberts sal@ movement.—Reuter.



study the document] asked to call at the Advocate Co
in the! and* steps ‘are planned by ‘police} Ltd, and receive their prizes of








French Authorities tonight | lifted from Korean battle zones, to| The British Government today | Federal Police Authorities sub-| COâ„¢Petition. British Ambassador Sir Oliver
announced that they had decided | hospitals in the rear, it was an-|"eiterated in the House of Com- ; = mitted to President Dutra a copy The suggestion is published in] Franks
See ar ween ant | Rounoed. mons that General Douglas Mac | (By PATRICK CROSS) of the Communist subversive plan] the ‘Advocate’ today as an{ Attlee’s plane! landed at a mile
children on the whole Tonking 750 Dead Arthur's strategy in Korea had} /; for the elimination of several] article and payment will bo] itary air transport service aero-
Delta because of the _ inter- United Nations warplanes were hae cme with United | CATANIA, Dec. 4 } Manne the Western] made at normal rates drome between heavy showers.
i i vut i 1 , > +th- ‘ B. ] The sms . A paiainn ' ; : Pana smisphere, ie news| ” The Judges decided that 1 "
Bi aly gg tae out ere oe Ps el aber Ernest Davies, Foreign Under- The small black figure of archpriest Don Concetto Figh Oglobo said today, ne woe ernie sulnnatr eat Closely following Attlee out of
of which Hanoi is the capital|heavy assaults. Fighters and ‘ight Secretary refused to comment or era knelt on the crest of a ridge near here to-day and faced} The paper said that the plan,} standing to deserve the full| the plane were Field Marshal Sir
has a population of nearly 10,000,-! bombers claimed 750 Chinese. dead ldniner Gace a by — 4 mountainside of boiling lava. awhaee execution Pegi with} prize money of $25.00 and| William Sii Chief of the Im-
eee : ata h ae | ister anue. hninwell, sug- Mina’s er 2 : 1@ recent attempt on resident] decided recommend that the rial General Staff, Robert Scott,
ietabioh Insurgents have — aaa eo gesting that General Mac Arthur | . eo staged auRws _{Truman is a masterpiece of Sxien bs dividied: equally between ealen' Oikos Expert on Far
iit tein eee ee 40.080 red wo ae ee a ac~thad “gone beyond the objectives | _ trembling and suppoxted by two men, the 70-year-old }Russian prompting tended toltwo competitors: S, James] astern Affairs and Robert Hall,
this , rthurs retreating forces were|which we understood to be the} priest was praying for divine power to halt the five-v: {{weaken and disorganise — the] « sleigh,” os F ity ' ne : viser
square miles for some months!;, 9 w estimated to be facing| obj tiie the’ Maakont | : : 5 } ° e tive-yare on k g Homeleigh,” Lakes Folly, City " Chief Economie Adviser
and have forced the French to|9¢g000 Chinese on the Korean the affair” at the beginning of| high wave of flaming rubble, Ot aoe ee wee i ‘jand Doreen Barrow, Prospect,, Saying he was very glad to
s , : 4 : , re 5 3 shi } P P n Cc : : se amin me oa 7 ‘ e or “Y
abandon posts on Cr oe battlefield, 194,000 in the West] Davies added: “As the Foreign | Lava was remorselessly Spilling into the last defence-) jooms before the word", Aneoed. oh, Fee, Sve Cee SRne ear’
—ens* {and 74,000 in the East, according | Secretary said in the Fortign' _less_v’ village of Milo, ; ‘ling to Oglobo the President will] These two competitors are | Me ee" Sie

“The latest propaganda attempt
of Communism is to drive a wedge
between our two peoples.

“They are wasting their efforts.
And never more so than at this
time when we are waging to-
gether under the United Nations
a war in which the United States
is carrying so heavy a share of
the burden and where we of the

$12.50 each.



Santa Claus Will Arrive

In A Hover-'plane



ASHFORD, Keut, British Commonwealth are playing

Santa Claus will arrive here} oyp part
in a_ hover-'plane, which will “The United States and the
land on North Modern School! United Kingdom are two nations
playing field, with worldwide responsibilities

On a giant sleigh he will tour] Both of us are affected by what
the town collecting toys from | happens in every part of the globe.
children at street corners before “It is natural and useful, that
visiting the huge tree in Ash @ On Page 3
ford’s main street

Thousands of fairy lights or

the tree will be switched on, ana TELL THE ADVOCATE

a choir of more than 1,500 will THE NEWS

sing carols, Ri 3113 Ds
Aim of Ashford Children’s ng § A AY 08 NIEHS

Day Committee is to give the oF THE ADVOCATE

reconditioned toy to needy PAYS FOR NEWS.

L.ES

children,



Horatio E
VISCOUNT NELSON

Creator of naval tradition








maker of history
: 1805





PAGE TWO



Carub Calling

ADY STOW was at Seaweil
yesterday afternoon, to méet
Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Flemming

who arrived on B.W.1.A St
Lucia flight

Mr. Flemming who is in the
Government Service in St. Lucia
will be leaving Barbados on
Thursday by the Golfito. He is

going home on long leave

Toronto Solicitor

R. F. A. WATSON of Toronto

arrived from St. Lucia yes
terday afternoon by 8B.W.1A, to
spend a month’s holiday in Bar-
bados. Starting from the Bahamas,
Mr. Watson has been touring the
Caribbean and from here he may
go to England. Mr. Watson is a
solicitor in Toronto

Educational Adviser
R. S. A. HAMMOND, Eduea-
tional Adviser to C.D. and
W., returned from St. Lucia yes-
terday afternoon by H.W.1.A,
Canadian Aviation
R. AND MRS. RONALD A.
KEITH who leave Barbados
on Wednesday are from Canada,
where Mr. Keith is Editor of
Canadian Aviation. They are
guests at the Ocean View Hote},
and have been here since Novem:

ber 25.
Short Visit
R. AND MRS. T. SYDNEY

KINCH, who were in ‘frini-
dad on a short visit, returned on
Sunday by B.W.1A.

Touring W.1.

R. AND MRS. JAMES COR-

BALLIS arrived from Trini-
dad yesterday morning by B.W.1.A.
A farmer in Ireland, Mr. Corballis
is on holiday atd he and his
wife are touring several of the
W.I. islands. They have already
visited Tobago and from here they
are ‘going to Antigua. When their
holiday is over they will be re-
turning to Barbados to leave for
England by ship,

Arriving In January
R. NEVILLE D. OSBORNE
formerly of the Income Tax
Department, Barbados, and recent.
ly collector of taxes, Income Tax
Department, British Guiana, has
been appointed Assistant Income
Tax Commissioner, Barbados,
Mr. atid Mrs. Osborne are ex-
pected to arrive in Barbados by
the Lady Nelson early in Janu-~
ary.



ADMIRE the patience (and

public spirit) of the gentleman
who, having read in his paper that
snails were flown to Persia the
other day, 3,000 miles in eighteen
hours, sat down to work out how
long it would have taken them to
get there under their own steam,
as it were.

His calculations are a purely
academic exercise, becduse no
snail would live long enough to
complete the journey on foot. He
Would either horn a lift from some
speedier animal, or turn back after
a yecr or so. Sensible snails should
read Alphonse Karr's “Voyage
Autour de Mon Jardin”. As Pas-
eal said, all the trouble in the
snail world comes from their in-
ability to remain contentedly in a
corner of a garden. Far bettet be
eaten by an English thrush than
a foreign one.

Mrs. Mulhuish Interviewed
“J T was ever so,” said Emma

Mulhuish, in a statement
made to the Press: “I never did
think as ’ow I'd get ’ome. I didn't.
I was eatin’ a sangwidge when the
rocket went plop, and there I was
in a ‘ole, so T couldn't see nothin’!
I didn’t like to leave the rocket for
fear it went orf without me. Then
I rung up ‘ome and arst the doctor
‘ow I was ter get back from the
sun or moon or whatever it was.
I couldn’t get sense out of ’im, so
I got out of the rocket, and lor, I
couldn’t see nothin’ but this
enormouse ‘ole all round me.

en I took a step I found meself
sailin’ sky’igh. I ‘ad the radio in

nw

TIES

Smart Club-Stripe Ties



BY THE WAY

By Beachcomber

9.17 .. 6.64 _

BARBADOS ADVOCATE















































Ltd., in_ Trinidad. Mrs. Johnstone
is the former Rosemary Smellie¢,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Smellie of Trinidad.

They are spending their hone
moon at Sam Lord’s

Week+end Arrival
M*® ROY SKINNER, represen-

Housewives’
(iuide

Prices for English Pota-
toes and Onions in the local
market when the Advocate
checked yesterday were:—
English Potatoes, 9 cents

per Ib
Onions, 18 cents per Ib. .

Poppy Bridge

BYE’ year most of the parishes
of the island, make an effort
the

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCA
on io raise
5 League.
Organisers in St. Peter have now
| organised a Bridge Drive which
dep, os will take place on Friday, Dee,
is ; 8th at thé Marine Hotel. Thirty

five tables have already been
booked .

Farewell Party

ai Ts British Council gave a

_ Farewell Party for Mr.
|} Charles Thomas, at their head-
17 quarters “Wakefield” yesterday
afternoon. He leaves Barbados on
Thursday, returning to England by
the Golfito.

r. Thomas of the British
Drama League, came to Barbados
a couple of months ago under the
auspices of the British Council.

Managing Director

R. CHARLES A, JACK, Man-
aging Director of W. S.
Robertson and Co., Lid., San Fer-
nando, Trinidad, and Mrs. Jack,

per

funds for Poppy



tative of the National Cash

Register Co,, arrived from Taigpi-

dad over the week-end, to s

a couple of weeks’ holiday, in

Barbados., He is staying at ke

Windsor Hotel.

Spent Honeymoon Herd
R. and MRS. DESMonp| 5-B.C. PROGRAMME

“BULLIE” HAMEL-SMITH

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1950
7 am. The News,

748



in Barbados returned On. _ SORRY, Spesking,
Parad@, 8.15 a.m. Let's
9 a.m. Close Down, 12 noon The
1210 p.m. News Analysis,



They were staying at the Ocean
View Hotel.

M*:
Engineer of International] 2.2¢ p.m.
Aeradio Ltd, was among the} News

Radio Theatre, 4

yesterday afternoon by
With Barclays Bank

ISS YVETTE BRANCKER|
who was in Barbados for
two weeks’ holiday returnede@to
Trinidad over the week-end by
B.W.LA, She was

B.W.LA.| 3.50 p.m
{from London, 6
“*gland, 6.20 p.m

Pm, Australia

News Analysis,
Guest Night,
Arthur Blis:,
#15 p.m
pm

745 p.m. Talk by
8 p.m.
United Nations
Composer of the







vieah accompanied by their daughter friends in Worthing. ° Miss‘ wealth, to p.m. ‘the News, 1 Bm.
Would you be interestea Jacqueline Deanna, are at presentPprancker is with Barclays Bank -°™ “6 aon Riek from ‘Britain,
to leatn that a world in Barbados for a few weeks’¥i, Port-of-Spain. l! pm. British Concert Hall,
shortage is likely to produce holiday. They are guests at the
boom cond tions shortly on Hotel Royal. ’ °
the mur ale market?” Rupert’s Autumn Primrose—26
Sid ets aan Intransit iotediiaal
R. SYDNEY FLOOK and Mr. a ; en] (ee oe
Cocoa And Cocoanuts Cecil Chambers of Mite- * v
M*® and Mrs, Beavan Archi- patrick Graham in Trinidad
bald arrived from Tobago

arrived yesterday by B.W.LA.
They leave this morning by

B.G. Airways for Deminica.
Sydney was here in September

with his brother for a sMert holi-

yesterday via Trinidad by B.W.1.A
They were accompanied by thei”
two children. Mr. Archibald who
is a cocoanut and cocoa grower

in Tobago told Carib that thoy day. ,
have ¢ome over for a month's \
holiday. One of his reasons for Transferred ‘
choosing Barbados is that he ANTHONY CUTHBERT?

didn’t want to see any cocoa or
cocoahuts in bulk during his en-
tire holiday.

They are staying at the Marine

R
M SPURLING, Trinidad’s Sol-
icitor-General, who has_ been
transferred to The Gambia, West
Africa as a Puisne Judge, will be

”

“This is my grandfather,”’ says
Mary as she introduces Rupert. The

you can
us to

have ¢
see them in the aut

Hotel, among the intransit passengers on old gentleman sits down and looks clanes can’t stand so mueh flower-

First Visit che Golfito which arrives here keenly at Rupert. And what is a fem. Somebody is playigg , tricks

R. and MRS. EVERT BLIJD on Thursday. lithe bear doing bere?" be asks with my garden, but who is and

arrived from Trinidad yes- This gives Rupert a chance to tell ens | lis tt

terday morning by B.W.1LA. Honeymooners his story and explain why wm ety iis - is exons pert,

Dr. and Mrs, Blijd are from A RRIVING ftom Trinidad on at TOE OR a En WOT sid aubat | ean Ged any clans? â„¢

Paramaribo and have been holi- Suhday by B.W.LA, were
daying in Trinidad for the past Mr. and Mrs. David Johnstone

eighteen days. They have come
over to see what Barbados is like
and plan to be here for at least
two weeks,

This is their first visit here.

PLAZA Theatre = QisTIN

To-day & To-motrow—5 & 8.30 p.m. (Monogram'y Double)
i t Roland as Cisco Kid in Jimmy WAKELY in =
SGAY. CAVALIER” & “SONG OF THE SIERRAS

S88
THURSDAY (Only) 5 & 8.30 p,m.—(Monogram’s Double)

Johnny Mack BROWN in Jimmy WAKELY in af
“OVERLAND TRAILS” “SONG OF THE DRIFTER’

MIDNITE SHOW: SATURDAY 9TH
Double Feature (To be Announced)

who were married in Trinidad on
Saturday. Mr. Johnstone is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Johnstone of Trinidad and a
Director of Wilson and Johnstone













































and

CROSSWORD



























me ‘and, and presinkly the doctor
‘e rung up and ’e tole me what to
do. I lep back and pressed the
doin’s like ‘e tole me an’ 'ere I
am. I never saw less in me life.
If that was the moon anyone can
‘ave it, not me, It was ever so.”
End of Message

WROTE recently, I hope with

becoming sympathy, of a film
producer's search for a donkey
with a pleasing smile. to play the

G, ABET YW (the Garden) ST. JAMES

, , le)

TODAY AND TOMORROW-—8.30 p.m. (Monogram'’s Doub!

Warren DOUGLAS in Jimmy WAKELY a.
“INCIDENT” —and— “SONG OF THE DRIFTE

THURSDAY and FRIDAY 8.30 pam. (Monogram’s Double)
Johnny Mack BROWN in “CROSSED TRAILS” and
Jimmy WAKELY in “TRAIL TO MEXICO’

MATINEE : Sunday 5 p.m.
“CISCO KID RETUR



&







heroine in a new film, I now learn Actoss == . ee

that two directors gave the two 1. You'll age oy fog the airman

most. promising candidates an anejtetouneds (4 8) CLUB) CINEMA (Members Only)
audition, The loser bit one direc- 7 At uberty. (4)

tor and Kicked the other. The A espect. (3) TO-NIGHT AT 8.30

winner, I believe, went off to the .» May be a drone, (3)

Stork Club with a_ well-known Diese cuuis ave red tow |
donkey employed by the Gabowitz '. are Pg | not consume the
Traction Company, ahd seid be- jy, Spiray, ‘(2 USte thls. (9)

tween mouthfuls of hay, “We are 18. Shh be made to loBe
hou!

“HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN’

batire
? and many other well known Stags
A Warner Bros. Picture

AQUATI









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just friends.” 40. ribet, nou may buy W it need
For Anglers 11. Pickpookets. perhaps. (6) WEDNESDAY AT 5 & 8.30 P.M.
NDER the Immature Sea Fish “* The Mme of evening. (8) THURSDAY NIGHT AT 8.30
Aiais’ (oaeiiees die Meee vown BETTE DAVIS | —o— GLENN FORD
Order, immature fish, | 1. Phe intervening time, (9) in “A STOLEN LIFE
caught, must be put back in the 9° Gonfused with shame. (7) A Warner Bros. Picture
sea, With a muttered word of s. Bota to og per? (4)
apology. That is all very well, but Viney getting this from a cat's
does an ovetgrown baby fish y 492% ori eg ra : E
count as immature? A great 11 All is Hot well with this clue. (7)
gangling dab may be a mete in- !2. i eau make a pot lie. (6) r
ri i dage. (4
fant. What _are you to do with j§ Child's topieat Alpine: 4a) BRIGHTEN
him? The Order is — on ae 1%, Mineral from foreign lands. (3) -
point, Again. a tiny fish may Be suiution ot vesterday's pussie._-Across .
full-grown and in his prime, both | and S"bown Timeexsireds 5 worst ; Wy
cae ' ss ;. . Down, Arttulness; 9, Ecarte; Ll, All; 18 os

physically and mentally. Is he to xeniiy.Afa'ugine ya Boarte: 12. Ally 1% YOUR =

side like a cast-off Reich: 22, ‘Pars! 28° ? 95° Gat: a7 *
wave, ‘merely ‘peca\lge of his size? Grew > dianodie. arp te ‘ -
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U.S., U.K. Stick
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1950





“A new picture of Mr. Walter Gifford



t @ From Page 1

we should come together. The aim |
of our talks is to align our policies |
in the new and troubled situation !

Mary M. Lewis, MV. C. L
Sch. Phyllis, Mark, M.V

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

HARBOUR LOG

In Carlisle Bay

Sch. Loudalpha, Sch Anita H.. M.V
Blue Star, M.V. Preciw, Yacht Tern LI,
Yacht Axelle, Sch. W. L. Eunicia, Sch

7ita Wonita, Sch. Gloria Henrietta, Sch
Rosarene,

Sch. Frances W. Smith, Sch
M, Tani,
Lady Joy, Sch.

Enterprise 8., Sch. Gardenia W.,~Seh

to a settlement. ft Grin Sch Mary Pee
American officials said that re- : ' ARRIVALS

ports that the President and the Schooner Everdene, 68 tons net, Capt.

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Premier were to make “‘a peace or
war” decision were exaggerated
But they admitted that the states-
men were concerned with finding
@ way to stop the Korean conflict
becoming World War Three.

Observers here thought that
President Truman and Attlee
would quickly reach an agreement
on another try at reconciling
major differences between East
and West.

They were then thought likely
to get down to finding a common
formula on the allocation of raw
materials within the western
world.—Reuter.





"ORANJESTAD"
BRINGS CHEESE

|
DUTCH Steamship Oranjestad
landed at Barbados some 1,275
crates and
875 crates
60 cases of cheese and 48 cases of



100 bags of potatoes,
and 500 bags of onions. THTS is the iatest picture of the new WARNS tbbbes Aiebdssaser 0 7



: i ,| Britain, Mr. Walter 8. Gifford, and his wife. It was taken in the

po le gaa Antwerp, over the| grounds of their home, Thimble Farm, North Castle, New York.
She also brought supplies ot

beer, apple sauce, cauliflower,

peas and carrots, vegetables for

soup, tinned goods, bacon, meat
preserves, rolled oats, linseed, oil
stoves and tools from Antwerp

British Engineer Plans

6 e
along with wheat brand from A N Saf : Air h
Antwerp. ew, e€ Ss ip
Motor vessel Canadian Con-|

U.S. Experts are interested

_ UNITED STATES aviation experts are studying plans

for a safe airship evolved by a retired British engineer.

He is Mr. W. N. Alcock, of
Dumbuek Crescent, Dumbarton.

the week-end, brought cartons of
tinned butter, canned meats and
supplies of oranges.

The Canadian Constructor left
port last might for Canada after
loading a quantity of molasses for
Halifax.



structor which also arrived 2

For many years Mr. Alcock omi mb Wi
Saar renee oe has been convinced that the only At ac Bo ill
“ ” way to achieve safe, cheap and W
SEDGEFIELD really comfortable air travel was Mean orld War
to reintroduce the airship, m
FOR REPAIRS _. | Friends told him he was crazy. -TITO-
WITH rust covering her high|They pointed to the R-101 disas- =
set hull and moss, the boitom,/ter and failure of the German

BELGRADE, Dee. 4.

the French motor vessel Sedgefield | Graf Marshal Tito warned to~da:;

Zeppelins as proof that

that

sailed into Barbagéos Sunday |lighter-than-air craft were no tomic bom
morning to undergt repairs on | good. Rone 2 pose = i
ary dock. Patient Checking tathomable consequences” and lead

She took her bertk alongside
the dry dock yesterday awaiting
the launching of the Emeline
which was also undergoing re-
pairs,

Captain Valentin Deric told the
Advocate that local docking facil-
pre made him bring the Sedge-
field to Barbados for docking. In
Martinique, from where the ves-
sel arrived, docking 1s not as con-
venient as in Barbados.

The Sedgefield is only six years
old. She was built as a passenger-
freighter. She has made her first
call to Barbados. Her Captain and
crew speak French only.

CLERKS’ UNION HAS
500 MEMBERS

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. 30.

The recently formed Clerks’
Union in Port - of - Spain is
receiving members. daily. The
roll is now over 500 and soon
classes to instruct members in
trade union practices will be
held.

LEAD IN THE EYES

TWENTY-EIGHT-YEAR-OLD
Reginald Gibbs of My Lord’s Hill
and 48-year-old Goldbourn Black-
ett of Haggatt Hall, two plumbers|days or in default one month’s
of the Water Works “Department | imprisonment was imposed
were carried to the General Hos-|on Charles Flemming of Small
pital last night and received treat- | Town, St. John, by His Worship

But Mr. Alcock kept going. He
patiently checked reports and
findings of every recorded airshid
mishap,

to the extension of the conflict into
@ world war. -

1 ‘ An official Yugoslav news agency
His conclusion? Although the |gave these answers he made to
conventional airship was strong]a questionnaire submitted by
as a whole, its individual parts |Kingsbury Smith, European man-

were weak, : ager of the International News
Now he has designed an airship | Service.

which he thinks has none of the
early failings. 1. What do you think should be
He calls it the “pneumaship,” | done in view of the latest develop-
because its construction is on the }ments in Korea? Do you think
lines of a pneumatic tyre and.is |it would now be possible to avoid
designed, he says, to stand as |extension of the Korean conflict ?
much strain. Do you believe the danger for
Europe has increased as the result

Glass ‘Skin’ of the latest developments in
Able to touch down on land oF | Korea?

sea, the ‘“pneumaship” will have
‘an outer skin of specially-proofed Answer: As regaras the latest
glass fibre fabric, a material as |developments in Korea, I think it
strong as steel. would be possible to avoid exten-
Running from stem to stetn sion of that conflict if the United
and dispensing with the compli- |Nations do not for one moment
cated arftangement of struts an’ }lose sight of the fact that what is
most for mankind in

spars, will be a system of pneu- important
these fateful times is to prevent a

matic tubes.
Says the inventor: “In collision | new world catastrophe.”
with ground or water, a pneuma- 2. Do you think the United States
ship will yield to the blow, eas¢ | woulg be justified in using the
away and assume its original form.] atom bomb in connection with
Like a bicycle tyre hitting a pot- | the Korean conflict if the Chinese
hole.” E.8, popular Government refuses to
accept United Nations proposals
for peaceful settlement? What,
do you think should be done
now to prevent extension of the
Korean war into a wider conflict?

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bomb would not save world

















































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ment after some lead with which | Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell yester- Fee unfathomable consequences
they were working got into their | day. and lead to the extension of that

eyes. The two men were working
at the junction near Edghill, St.
Thomas, soldering a pipe line
when the accident occurred.

He was found guilty of driving
the motor car J.48 on Hindsbury
Read, a public highway, on No-
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S.S. Oranjestad, 2,855 tons

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Frintet Sr the Advorste Co., Ltd. Bread St. Brdgciown.





December 5, 1950

HOUSES

THE Housing Board at its last meeting
approved of a plan for the building of 25
houses at the Pine and 25 at the Bay Estate
Tenantry. This is welcome news when it
is considered that the housing shortage in
this island is still acute, but the public are
wondering whether the new houses will be
erected at the same rate of unlimited
expenditure as the first scheme at the
Pine.

There is an implied criticism against the
Government who could allow the erection
of houses by a Town Planning Architect
instead of the Public Works Department.

Many of the allegatsons made against
that officer in the report of the Commission
show that he was not to be blamed for
the unsatisfactory state of affairs. The
more the question is examined the more
apparent it is to the unbiased observer
that the Town Planning officer should have
been part of the staff of the Public Works
Department.

Now that these houses are to be built
under the supervision of that Department
it is reasonable to presume that the public
will be given some idea of the approximate
cost of one house.

When the houses at the Pine were occu-
pied people were left to wonder whether
they would be leased, rented or sold on
the hire purchase system. The cost of

these houses was estimated to be in the
vicinity of three hundred pounds each and

it was wondered whether the people for
whom these houses had been originally
intended could afford to pay this sum.
There has been no official figure published
and it is to be hoped that the cost of the
new houses soon to be erected will be
within the reach of the worker whose in-
come does not afford him to pay three
hundred pounds for a house.

It is fitting that the Housing Board
should have attempted to build these
houses in order to relieve the shortage and
any suggestion that the prices should be
kept within reasonable bounds should not
be regarded as an attempt to kill the
scheme. It is useless to build houses at
such enormous cost that the people who
should properly take advantage of the
scheme are prevented from doing so by
reason of economic inability.

Housing is an essential. It should have
priority over several other projects de-
manding public expenditure, And _ it
should have that priority because of the
attendant evils which result from over-
crowding and lack of proper housing.

The action of the Housing Board is com-
mendable but it must be remembered that
the scheme can only be successful when
the cost of the houses is within the reach
of the people for whom they were built.



Tuesday,





Parking Space

THE Highways and Transport Authority
and the Police have attempted to relieve
that pressure for parking space in the City
by allocating the space around the Gar-
dens and Cenotaph to private cars.

Already motorists are extremely glad
for this consideration. It will relieve much
of ‘the inconvenience which can only be
aggravated during the coming Christmas
Season. It should however be made clear
that buses passing through the Square and
around the Gardens should stop at the
end of the pavement nearest the Chamber-
lain Bridge in order to leave space for
those which follow.

It should also be possible to park cars,
not in alignment with the pavement or
facing the sea, but, at an angle of about
thirty degrees and all facing the Chamber-
lain Bridge. This would afford greater
facility for moving off into the line of
traffic.



2 el

Mr. Gaitskell wants Britain to
mak. Cow sacrifices of money and
leisure to pay for defence

Meanwhile, there are many
ways a million or two could be
saved-—

UR War Office has been run-

. ning a festival of its own
since 1946. It has cost you
£8,000,000 so far. It is its Festival
of Education,

Mr. Strachey is so short of
soldiers that he has called up
thousands of reservists from civ-
ilian life for service in Korea.
But he is using 500 officers and
2,000 sergeants and sergeant
majors in the Royal Army Edu-
cational Corps to do roughly
what 400 men did in 1938 for an
Army half the present size.

Can we afford the money
this year’s bill for Army educa-
tion comes to the record total of
£1,991,000—and the men?

The sergeant-major may have
a breastful of medal ribbons. But
if he wants to keep his rank next
year he has got to pass his first-
class certificate of educatioa.
This will mean a lot of study
under a 19-year-old Educational
Corps sergeant in, the unit school-
room.

When examination day arrives,
here are some of the non-mili-
tary questions he may have to
answer, poor chap: —

ASSESS the influence on con-
temporary life of J. B. Priestley
or T. S. Eliot,

WHAT might be the cultural and
economic value of the tour vf
the Sadler’s Wells Ballet Com~
pany in the U.S.A.?

IS good moral behaviour the
heart and soul of citizenship”

GIVE a short list of the various
excretory products in the body
of a mammal.

WHAT are the advantages and
possible disadvantages of trade
unions for the Japanese?

I suggest that these examina-
tions, and the easier ones which
the junior ranks have to pre-
pare for, might well be scrapped.

With them should go three-
quarters of the classes, provide t
free by the R.A.E.C. in and out
of working hours, on Bach and
ballet, the dollar on drains,
biology and current affairs,

They are a symbol of the}
nicest piece of “empire” jouild-
ing in post-war Britain, its Dom?
of Discovery,

It’s Lavish... ;
HE “empire” is run on a lavisa
scale, You will find only





| Firstly let the Sanitary Author-
| ities really clean the streets ano
gutters, and thereafter keep them
clean. The present $80,000.00?
annually is going down the drain
in every sense of the word.
Scavengers should be supervised
“on the job.” An inspector to
every 5 miles of roadway, say.
(This figure could be added to,
or reduced as the exigencies of
the situation demand.) It should
hardly be necessary to explain
details of cleaning gutters and
such as scraping same, yard by
yard—the use of white lime ete.
Accept the principle of “Cleans-
ing” departmentally and other-
wise, and the details can hardly
be even ingeniously avoided, or
circumvented,

Assuming we arrive at the
stage of clean streets and gutters,
then the latter should be flushed
twice daily — 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The Chief Sanitary Inspector
being made to carry personal
responsibility of never allowing
any street or gutter (or even
sections thereof) becoming foul
again,

Supply every principal and
side street in the City proper
with an attendant, equipped with
a two wheeled covered push
cart, to collect the droppings of
any animal. This service should
be continuous throughout the
normal working day, starting
half an hour before, and ending
half an hour after the accepted
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. business hours.
A generous use of E.C. (manu~
factured I believe by the S.C.)



should be too obvious to need
comment, é
Enact legislation compelling

every owner of property in the
city to “put into proper and uni-
form (I would like to stress uni-
form) conditions, side-walks
surrounding their buildings,
(Type and pattern to be supplied
by Highways Authorities; also
giving them authority to super-
vise during construction, and not
waiting until completion to
reject.) All such sidewalks to
be raised above the level of the
street, Thereafter all occupiers to
keep in proper repair _— and
daily free from all dirt, grime,
muck and unsightly refuse. Enact
legislation prohibiting the dump-
ing of any refuse, such as paper,
fruit skins, husks ete, on any
street or pavement. Provide bins,
let into the wall at strategic

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There

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Ky Robert Jessel
Military Commentator

one Army padre for every thous-
and men, But there is now one
educational sergeant for every
270 men, and one supervising
officer ip the £1,000-a_year grade
to every ten sergeants.

They do not teach weapon
training, as the Navy’s instruc-
tors do, They teach educatiqn.

To some degree this is integrated
with the military syllabus.

Last Wednesday afternoon they
may have paraded your soldier
son to listen to a Forces Broad-
cast on the Mating Cells, Or
the next day on the Superman
in the Comic Strips. Integration
is an elastic term,

The sergeant himself surpris-
ingly, is a member of the highest-
paid section of the teaching pro-
fession. If he is married and a
Regular he gets £425 a year and

his keep.
Compare this with the-qualified
civilian teacher in your local

school, who starts at £300, with-
out marriage allowance or keep,
and can climb to £600 after 17
years’ service.

It took from two to four years
to train that civilian teacher at
his college. It takes 12 weeks for
the Army to train that R.A.E.C
sergeant.

This is what happened. It is
the reason why Army education
is today a parody of what it was
meant to be.

The Army Council took up
Army education in a big way at
the end of the war. It knew that

Oliver Cromwell had boasted that +

his Ironsides “knew what they
were fighting for and loved what
ney knew.

mn agreed to give the R.A.E.C.
a wide mandate to teach the
troops about the British way of
life so that they would love it
and spurn Communism.

The Educational Corps was also
to continue its pre-war task of
giving elementary education to
the troops that needed it.

Colonel - commandant of the
corps since 1940 has been Sir
Ronald Adam, now head of the
British Council. As adjutant-
general for most of the war Gen-
eral Adam plugged adult education
so vigorously that the poor re\ation
grew into the profiteer,

By G. M. HIRKETT

points; same to be kept locked,
allowing sufficient room for the
disposal of refuse, while nega-
tiving attempts at larceny of the
bins. This obligation on the
part of occupiers would place
the onus of clearing the pave-
ments on them, and_ thereby
minimise the growth of miniature
markets on every doorstep in
Tudor Street, Baxters Road etc.

Make it illegal to expectorate
on any street or pavement, Gut-
ters excepted, Make it illegal to
dump any night soil, excreta, or
urinary collections, in any gutter,
canal, drain etc., in the city or
its confines,

Make it illegal for any person
to dispense from any cart, lorry
or vehicular contraption what-
ever, any potato-slips, yam slips,
cane fodder, or vines of any
nature, on the roadway within 1%
miles of the city. Define the
approaches, and make exceptions,
where provision could be made
to tidy up, after a declared legal
hour of sale of such commodities
—say 5 p.m,

Erect cubby hole urinals in
several alleys in and around
Bridgetown. No difficulty what~-
ever should arise in getting the
owner of any property to agree
to apportion a few square feet of
space to this purpose. The ces-
sation of odorous contamination
should actuate their, his or her
co-operation, to say nothing of
their civie pride.

Let Government immediately
pay attention to swamps, drains,
rivers etc., that are a menace to
health.

Plan and execute, with wisdom
and foresight a health year
(1951); not just a health week.
A health year naturally means
that a clean city is essential, and
it is a natural corollary that
special attention would be paid
to this side or part of the subject.
Ufilise the “Shed” continuously
for lectures., informal talks and
practical instruction whenever
possible, Co-opt the British Coun-
cil to help “Culture” by cleansing,
and not by the inverted process of
icing the ginger bread, Bach and
Beethoven may be a wonderful
prelude to conditioning potential
potentates to the future possibil-
ity of enjoying Opera at Covent
Garden, but can hardly hope to

collection of



So the Army, alone of the threc
Services, put its money into gen-
eral education and made it
compulsory . No one worrtec
about the cost. :

No one cited the Russian, Ger
man, or American soldiers to dis-
prove Adam's theory that the gooc
fighter is bred in class.

The syllabus looked fine or
paper. Unlu¢kily the teachers
were lacking. The Army had to
produce its own and do it quickly
It turned largely to the National
Service intake for its raw material

12 Weeks

REAM of the intake, from an
educational point of view, |
always skimmed by the Navy ance
the R.A.F., and by the Army
itself for potential officers and
technicians. The R.A.E.C. grats

what is left.

Twelve weeks at the Army
School of Education is all the
Army can afford to turn a boy
lately out of grammar school into
a sergeant and a teacher

Then off he goes to his new un‘!
to make other National Serviceme'
into good citizen-soldiers, and to
help the sergeant-major keep his
promotion,

Sometimes ,he makes good-—
astonishingly good. Oftener, ,be-
cause he is immature, he proves
only a fitabby apostle of this ex-
pensive New Evangelism

Shortage of real teachers alon2
should force Mr. Strachey to slasa
next year’s schoolroom programme
by £1,000,000, It would be an act
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Four Tasks

E ought to set a much reduced

team to tackle their tasks:—

TASK No. 1: Teaching every
soldier enough of the Three Rs
to act on his own, (This does
not mean biology and ballet.)

TASK No. 2.:; Arranging schooling
for Service families abroad and
boy apprentices at home.

TASK No. 3.: Advising Regulars
on resettlement,

TASK No. 4.: Arranging for scl-
diers who attended part-time
classes before call-up to join
the nearest night school or tecli-
nical institute if they wish, or
to take a correspondence course.



Zarak was a brigand, a scourge to the British,



ADVORTE How To Save £250.000,000\ wnavesr

OF THEM ALL?

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THIS MAN ASKED T0
BE FLAYED ALIVE

WHO was the bravest man of the war?
Think of the long list of men and women who

wore the badge of courage—sailors, soldiers,
airmen, civilians, secret agents. ....

But the man I am thinking of was none
of these.

He spent most of his life in fighting the
British. His name was Zarak Khan. He
was an Afghan of the North-West Frontier.

In “The Story of Zarak Khan” (Jarrolds,
15s.) A. J. Bevan tells how for 20 years

a murderer, thief, and despoiler of women.
Yet, for the British, he gave his life.
Taken prisoner by the Japs, he demanded

to be flayed alive, instead of being quickly

beheaded, so that a Gurkha force would be
in time te rescue the rest of the prisoners.

mullah, a holy man,

OUTLAW

Zarak, a giant 6ft. 4ins. in height, was first
an outlaw. The British put a price on his
head,

Once he was caught—and rescued by a col-
oe whom he afterwards stabbed in the

ack.

Then in one of his forays he murdered a

And even the frontier

became too hot to hold him.
He gave himself up.

He should gontract the Educa- |

tion Corps, leaving the individual
officer or soldier to plan the rest
for himself.

I doubt if Cromwell often par-
aded TIronsides for ballet.—L.E.S.



A CLEANER CITY

enjoy lasting mass appreciation,
while living in massive squalour.

Grant the Department of Visual
Education the golden opportuni-
ty of giving us visible progf that
they are vigilant in the cause of
education, and not just visionary
when they visualize the beneficial
impact of vision over the more
widely accepted theory of leara-
ing by rote, for the illiterate.

Intrigue all head teachers of
all schools by means of competi-
tions, granting of certificates etc.,
to teach hygiene as a serious sub-
ject. To inculcate “Civic Pride”
and responsibility into the minds
of their pupils, To instil the know-
ledge that clean minds, clean
homes, clean bodies, must inevi-
tably lead to a clean city, county
or country.

Lastly let the “Advocate” begin
a campaign to teach, cajole, in-
struct and badger the population
into the knowledge that Bridge-
town especially should be a pride
to us all. That our City should,
and can reflect our pride and joy,
by its appearance, That big busi-
ness could erect wash rooms on
their ground floors. That same
could be charged to alterations
and repairs of existing premises
and therefore deducted from In-
come Tax returns, That in any
case in these days of excessive
taxation the running of modern
wash rooms (two in each store.
Ladies and Gentlemen) could
happily and lucratively be earried
in overhead expense. Modern fix-
tures such as Liquid soap dis-
pensers in chromium, self dis-
pensing paper towels, as supplied
by S. Andrews Mills (Andrex)
being ideal; are essentials. I en-
visage the first firm taking ths
plunge reaping a harvest; more
than recouping the initial expens>
and recurrent overhead, while alse
enhancing their prestige as “Firms
of the moment.” Alive and pro-
gressive, It can safely be left to
the ingenuity of the brains of the
“Advocate to supply copy of 52
weeks and informative, challeng-
ing and productive of results.
Never allow the first maxim of
modern advertising,” ‘Repetition’
to become obscure in your concert-
ed attack on Bridgetown’s filth.
Shout loud, long and often and
when you are tired of doing so,
why then just “Repeat.”

refuse.

—_—

“T have no cause to love your race,” he said
to a British agent, “but you have a reputa-
tion of being just.”

He was tried and sentenced to transporta-
tion for life to the Andamans.

AN AGENT

But the Japs were in the Andamans; so
Zarak Khan stayed in his cell. °

Now the North-West Frontier was in up-
heaval, full of enemy agents and raiding

tribesmen.

Zarak was given a suspended sentence and
became a British agent.

He volunteered for Burma
One day in 1943 he was leading his patrol

home, for the British officer had been killed.
From the cover of the jungle he watched an-
other British patrol ambushed by Japs. He
followed and watched the torture of the pris-
oners. Zarak sent messengers to summon a

Gurkha force.

Now he knew he must create a diversion
to keep the Japs from moving on with their

prisoners,

So he charged the Japs single-handed, and
killed or wounded six before he was over-

powered,

HE CHARGED

They told him he must die.

To the captive British officer he said: “Teli
these little yellow dogs that I, Zarak Khan,

will never be

beheaded .. . teli them that

Zarak Khan is destined to be flayed alive”

When the British officer pleaded, “If they
behead you it will be over quickly,” the
Afghan replied, “And over for you, too.”

NO CRY, BUT

The Japs flung the giant to the ground.
It took them an hour to finish their dreadful

business.

Zarak hung
time.

In all that
Zarak except
Kismet.”

As the Japs stood watching him die there

on to life — he had to buy

time there was no cry from
at the end, he said, “Allah,

came a shout of “Gurkha, Ho!”
One hundred and eighty Gurkhas leaped

on the killers.
The British
bonds.

officer was released from his

He said of Zarak: “He chose it that

way ... he did it for us.”

IN MEMORY

Together, British and Gurkhas buried the
dead giant, far from his native hills.
Over his head they put a stone.

“On it,” says

Mr. Bevan, “are written words

which Zarak would never have understood,
“ “Greater love hath no man...’ ”

The Green

Our Readers Say:

“Crisis”
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Your excellent leader—
“Crisis” in Saturday's issue, call-
ing attention to the disgusting and
insanitary conditions which exist
in Bridgetown, deserves wide
support.

On my return to Barbados re-
cently, after many years’ absence,
I was shocked by the filth and
litter which pollutes the streets,
and the sight of men and women
urinating quite openly in the
alleyways of Bridgetown. In spite

of the vast sums spent on educa-
tion, little seems to have been
achieved in the way of inculcat-

ing sanitary habits in the average
citizen. Nor, apparently, are th
authorities responsible sufficiently
educated to appreciate the dangers
which they are harbouring in our
midst.

The lack of public lavatories and
urinals in Bridgetown is appal-
ling, not only in the streets of
the City, but, even in the largo
departmental stores. Where such
facilities do exist, the indications
of their whereabouts are mostly
absent. The few public conveni-
ences in the streets of Bridge-
town are so far apart that it is
questionable whether the aver
citizen can be expected to un
take the long trek, to obey 1!
ealls of nature.
Busby’s Alley is unlikely to leav«
her fruit or
ed, or, to carry 4



heavy basket on

ge 1

vegetables unattend- _

enfari to the nearest outdoor lav-
atory several hundred yards dis-
tant. No washing facilities are
available ‘there for use before
food is again handled,

The
Public

fault here lies with the
Health Commissioners ap-
pointed by St. Michael's Vestry.
Part of the blame must also be
borne by the Vestry, for attention
has been called time and time
again in the columns of your
paper and “The Evening Advo-
cate” to the horrible, insanitary
conditions which, exist in the
alleyways where food is sold
The Vestry cannot .plead ignor-
ance, and it is its duty to see that
those to whom it has delegated
part of its responsibility are
efficient.

The potential risk of an epi-
demic arising out of such condi-
tions will remain until proper
district markets are provided,
exch with its own lavatories and
vash-basins in charge of an at-

tendant Here, and here only,
should food be permitted to be
offered for sale under adequate

upervision,

As the result of the removal of

the bus terminus, the Fountain
Gardens have almost ceased to be
irded as a public lavatory;
the bridges, however, the
former insanitary conditions still

A huckster in

terminus in Probyn

market ad-

V bus
1 vall

:

joining it. is a public lava-
tery nn tet distance away, but this
is too far, and wholly inadequate
for the number of people assem-
bled there. Also, time does not
permit bus drivers, conductors or
passengers with only a few
moments to spare to walk this
distance, ‘The result is that the
chureh wall is now being used as
a public lavatory, and, no attempt
is being made to stop this usage.

The problem has a compara-
tively simple remedy:

1. All hucksters should be rele-
gated to district markets, and
the sale of food by such per-
sens in the city prohibited

elsewhere. Shoppers would
very soon follow such mar-
kets,

Public lavatories and urinals
should be provided in the side
streets of Bridgetown, especi-
ally those connecting Broad
Street with Swan Street.
Lavatories should also be
placed at the bus termini and
under the bridges.

nm

3 The streets and gutters of the

City should be flushed nightly
with sea water, The proxim-
ity of the sea makes this an
extremely easy operaticn

a Rubbish bins of adequate
size should be placed in all
alleyways, markets and
bu termini and emptied
regularly An open lorry is
not the proper vehicle for the

Until the Public Health Com-/To the Editor, The Advocate—

missioners wake up to the fact
that they are largely responsible
for existing insanitary conditions,
as the result of having failed to
provide adequate facilities, there
is little hope of a cleaner Bridge-
town,

Any civilised community would
be ashamed of the state of our
capital town. Public spirit is, un-
fortunately, singularly lacking in
all walks of life in this Island,
Had this not been the case, there
would now be a sorely needed
Town and Country Planning Act
on the statute book of this Island,
as a correspondent of your paper
pointed out last week. And, the
Public Health Commissioners
would have been forced by the
weight of public opinion to remedy
the horrors of Bridgetown, Thera
appears to be little hope of an
amelioration of these plague spots
until there is a severe fatal epi-
demic arising therefrom.

Those who desire a cleaner
Bridgetewn are not, however,
entirely without a remedy. The
Public Health Commissioners
are appointed by St. Michael's
Vestry, and an election will take
nlace in the not too far distant
future. Unless a genuine attempt
is made at chce to tremedy these
ills, electors should supvort only
those new candidates pledged t

undertake this task

DISGUSTED

(

BARBADIAN

SIR,—Under the heading “Tra-
falgar Square Loses a Tree” a
writer in your issue of Friday
November 24 suggests that Tra-
falgar Square was called “The
Green” because of the evergreen
tree. The name, of course, be-
longs to a period dating back
nearly 300 years, and is not de-
rived from the existence of the
tree.

The Green was, about the mid-
dle of the XVII century, a sort
of open space somewhere about
the situation of the Fountain Gar-
dens and that area. It was called
“Egginton’s Green” after Captain
Jeremiah Egginton whose house
was hard by. It was the finest
house in town, and became the
abode of Governor Sir Jonathan
Atkins, who complained on. his
arrival at his seat of Government
in 1674 that “The Governor hath
mot where to lay his head.” Cap-
tain Egginton had recently died,
and his house was taken for the
Governor's residence,

Tn the Green stood the stocks

provided by the parish for the
punishment of offenders; also the
polstocks or pillory, the whipping
post and the ducking stool. The
ducking stool was used in the

horse pond to ccol the ardour of
idies who had been convicted by
the Magistrates as common scolds

In time the Green gave plaice
to mor closely packed

vn to the water front until the
~ left the north«

area

houses

pe pac

ster? de of the former

DON TAYLOR.
—L.E.S,





The site in the Green purchased
by the government in 1813 to be
named Trafalgar Square was
found insufficient to properly dis-
play the Statue and the obstruct-
ing houses were bought and re-
moved in 1826 and the land add-
ed to the square. But it. still
retained the old name of “The
Green,” as I suppose it ever wil!

Some years ago you publishe:
the following item in your pape.
—Memo: Barbados; This twelfti:
day of June 1828 an Evergreeu
Tree, the gift of the Lady of the
Hon, John A. Beckles was trans-
planted from the Bay Plantation tu
Trafalgar Square and is the neares:
to the Careenage, Abel Stewari.
Aged 32, Witness W. Jones. Thi:
indicates that there were other
trees in the Green at that time
The tree now standing may of
may not have been that referrec
to in the note. It seems certair
that it was the one uprooted in
1898 and replanted.

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R 5, 1950



Cycle Thief

Gets 18 Months '

THE November Sitting of th
Court of Grand Sessions enc
yesterday when six prisoners were |
sentenced to various, tefms o
imprisonment The last
be tried was one for the larceny |
of a bicycle. In that case Adolphus }
Lovell was sentenced to 18 months’ j
imprisonment after a petit jur
found him guilty after about eight |
minutes’ deliberation. The bicy }
is the property of P.C. Oiga Clarke }

The case was heard before Hi
Honour the Chief Justice; Sir
Allan Collymore, Miss M. E.
Bourne, Assistant Legal Draughts-
man prosecuted for the Crown

Lovell was not represented.

The Prosecution brought wit-
nesse to prove that on November
4 last year. Olga Clarke left he
lady’s sports’ Raleigh bicycle a’ |
the bicycle department of Da Costa
and went to make a, purchase
When she returned the bicycle was
missing. Lovell bought Phillip

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Gents bicycle, took off some of the
parts of Clarke’s bicycle and put
on to the Phillips he had bought
and replacing parts on Clarke's
bicycle sold the two {
Lovell’s defence was that he}
bought both bicyc'es, one from |

from the Ideal Store.

But he had told the Police that}
the Rupert Alleyne lived in Pass-
age Road and when they carried
him there, he pointed out the
house to them. The woman who
lived at the house which was
pointed out, however, denied any
man to live there or ever hearing
the name Rupert Alleyne

Matter Reported
First to give evidence, P.C. Olga |
Clarke said that Lovell lived near
her. She then told how she leit |
the bicycle at Da Costa’s and how |
she missed it. She said that she
reported the matter to the Police
and on September 26 she was cali- |
ed at the C.I.D. to identify her
bicycle. She was shown two bi- |
eycles, one which was hers, but
which had paris which were not
on when she had last seen it, The
two fenders, handle and pedals,
which were on the gents’ bicycle
shown to her had come off her bi-
cycle.
Cpl. L. Darlington said that on
Septemiber 13 he went to Fred-|
erick Boyce’s house investigating |

Deighton Waithe and the other |
from a Rupert Alleyne He also |
bought various parts of bicycles |

|

THIS ATTRACTIVE BOOTH was almost complete yesterday when the
Park where preparations for the opening of the Exhibitions tomorrow, were going ahead. The Park

was a busy place.

One Day In
Prison For

Sheep Thief

RVINE DRAKES of Enterprise
Christ Church, appeared be-



fore the Police Magistrate of
District ‘B’ yesterday on
charges One was

ram sheep

to Rupert
from the pasture at Charnocks be-
tween November 29 and Saturday,

The other was for stealing a

| ewe sheep valued $6, the property

of Dudley Walrond of Charnocks,
within the same period of time,

She was fined £3 with an al-

another case. While there he found | ternative of two months’ impris-
two bicycle head lights in the bed- | onment on one and given a day’s

room. He asked him to account |
for them and because of the state- |
ment he made, he went to Baxters |

imprisonment on the other.
HIEVES broke and entered
the house of Alexander Hall

Road where he saw Lovell at 2 /|at Durants Village, St. James, on
Leer shop. He admitted the lights | saturday and stole $61 in cash.

were his and said that one belong-
ed to a bicycle which he had sold !
to Keith Jackman of Barbarees |
Hill. They went to Jackman’
home the same night. Jackman |
admitted he had bought the bicye!s
from Lovell and showed him a re- |}
ceipt.

Asked how he came in poss



sion of the bicycle, Lovell said
he had bought it from one
Rupert Alleyne. Lovell took;
him to where he said Alleyne |
lived in Passage Road and
pointed out a house. The woman
of the house, Edith Yarde said

that Rupert Alleyne did not live
there,

|
Sold Cycle |

Lovell also said that he had sold |
another bicycle to Dennis Nurse |
of Christ Church. |

P.C. 274 Devonish who was with
Darlington when he made his in-
vestigations, corroborated his evi- |
dence,

Cpl. Byron corroborated P. C
Olga Clarke’s evidence as to the
identification of the bicycles at
the C.1.D.

Keith Jackman then told the
Court how Lovell had sold him the
lady’s sports bicycle. He had paid,
him seven dollars out of $16 which !
had been charged. |

To Lovell: Jackman said that
Lovell did not wish to give him
a receipt for the $7, saying that
when all was paid he would then |
get the receipt, but his (Jack-
man’s) mother made Lovell give
it to him.





Deighton Waitne admitted
sold Lovell a Phillips bicycle,
said that some of the pa whi
were on it were not there whe)
he sold it to him. Those were the




gramme of the past and present
students of the Aggrey Studio at
the Children’s Goodwill League
on Saturday next at 4.00 p.m



Xmas Shopping

BUSY SHOPPERS filled the
stores yesterday securing — their
requirements for the exhibition
and Christmas

The articles on sale were well
displayed and in themselves were
an invitation to anyone to acquire

them

While the majority of people
did so, a good many found the
prices beyond their purchasing

power and were forced to decline
the invitation.

The new breakfast closing hour
—12 noon to 1 p.m.—decided on
by several business houses, came
into operation yesterday. Many
shoppers desirous of going into a
particular store failed to gain
entry by just a few minutes at
the time. Some just took a look
around during the interval before
returning, but the more deter-
mined took up a stand at the
doorways until the re-opening. As

/a result, at one store, at any rate,

there was quite a crowd when the
time arrived.

i
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adligh nandle, saddle and
eo hace, ; pe ORME | The sidewalks were congested
To Lovell:: He said he had seen | with pedestrians going to and fro.
him buy bicycle parts. | Among them were the postcard
called Dr. Ash }and balloon vendors whe made

After Lovell
to say that he used to work at him
and during that time he had neve
missed anything, he addressed t
jury. The Chief Justice then sum
med up and the jury retired for
a short while.





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“Advocate” visited Queen’s



| Mother Loses Two
| Children And One Niece
| In St. Thomas Drowning

THREE CHILDREN—seven-year-old Patrick Anthony

Benskine, his four-year-old brother Uric Oliver
Majorie were

six-year-old cousin

and their

drowned at Farmer's

gully, near Hillaby, St. Thomas, on Saturday evening when

a strong current of water trapped them

Avril Benskine is the mother

while her
sister, Farnum

Majorie’s

Esternese
mother,
Patrick and Uric are Avril’s
only children. She had already
prepared their Christmas clothes

and was getting ready to send

Patrick to the “Open Day” which
will be held at St. Silas’ Boys’

School on Friday. She is employed
as a domestic

George. Clarke.

servant with Mr.

She told tue Advocate yester-
day that the death of her two sons

was a great shock to her. On

St. Barnabas School ‘was also Saturday morning she left her
Heaken and entered on. Saturday. sister's home, where she and her
Three cartons of biscuits were|S?"s es Sod Wenly 10) Work. st
Sibler,. Siiue dollara were’ atoled about 3 15 in the evening she was
Soa, itsactiay tintin Gf Chapet | ‘eld of the tragedy, A few min-
Street, St. Peter, while he was at a petty at ean ‘te a

e . a Sé § 2 2 Ss 0
| the shop of Ubane King on Satur-|the bodies of Patrick and Majorie
| day ‘ " on a crocus bag. The body of
et NUMBERS andj Uric was not found until the
musical items will feature on| following morning.
the annual “get-together” pro-; She said that Patrick was a

bright boy and had reached First
Standard at the St. Silas’ Boys’
School.

Her sister Esternese had two

other children. One was five
months old and the other four
years.

Frederick Quintyne of Hillaby,
, who assisted ‘Boysie’ Small in
fishing out the bodies of Patrick
and Majorie, said that when he
dived into the gully the water
reached him above the waist. He
pointed out the spot where the
children were dragged in and
the spot where he found them
and said that the current had
washed them many yards down
the gully.

An autopsy was performed by Dr
Clarke and an inquest started at
District ‘D” Station yesterday
morning. ‘This was adjourned
until Monday.





3 Found Guilty
Of Gambling

Albert Maloney of Goodland,
Delisle Kelly of Church Village,
and George Forde also of Church
Village, were all found guilty of

gambling by His Worship Mr. H.
A. Talma yesterday

Maloney was fined 15s. to be
paii in 14 days or one month’s
imprisonment and Kelly and
Forde 10/- in 14 days or 14

days’ imprisonment.

Maloney’s offence was commit
ted on December 2 and Kelly’s and
Forde’s on December 3

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in the gully.

‘s| J 8Months For

Bodily Harm

THE first man to appear in the

but with great musical apprecia- “Excellent Values!”

tion and enthusiasm, particularly “Well Cue ”
among the children. Both at ell Worth Every ¢
Combermere School and at Cod- These are. sotiajofl the things
rington High School, he had heard said of the Superb Table model
singing of quite exceptional qual- Gas Hot plates At Your Gas

ity and would say that for an Showroom.

island of this size, there was a Why not call and see them |/|
very high proportion of native Bar eee ae ipa aate |
[artistic talent which could, if For CHRISTMAS |
properly directed, combine to

form the amateur theatre move- ————
ment in Barbados which might ae,



Needs A
- Theatre

—THOMAS

Two things have struck me very
forcibly during my two months in
Barbades, Mr. Charles Thomas of |
the British Drama League told the |
idvocate yesterday

He said that, firstly, there was |
the immediate need of a theatre |
which would be worthy of the
local talent which so obviously ex- |
isted in abundance, and secondly, |
the need for producers who will!
direct this local talent in such a
way as to bring out the best of its
jualities |

He had perhaps. been |
deeply impressed with the rich |
musical voices (in spite of poor |
liction) and with the admirable
freedom of movement at once so

t}

most |

wraceful and so efficient which | PIMPLES

seemed to be peculiar to these}
islands '

He had watched with equal tas-
cination, the children at play in
the Bridgetown streets or in the
village lanes, the policeman on
point duty and the men who cut
the grass with a long handle
sickle

The island seemed to be full of
music, not only with rich voices,

well be unique

Poor Diction

“Let me dwell for a moment (in
case I might be mistaken for a
flautterer) on the other side of the
picture.” Mr. Thomas said. “Dic-
tion in Barbados is not good,
though there are of course ex-
ceptions; but generally speaking,



one is aware of an admirable |
musical quality, but a complete
ack of insistence on consonant

sounds which makes it difficult for
the hearer to distinguish one
syllable from its neighbour.” |
He thought that far more atten- |
ticn should be given to the choice

“dock” before His Honour the} of play for production whether by |
Chief Justice, Sir Allan Colly-!an open dramatic society, by a
more, yesterday was Wendell|club or by a school, The need for |

King who had been found guilty
of inflicting grievous bodily harm
with intent. His Honour sentenced
him to 18 months’ imprisonment
with hard labour.

Next was Clifton Reid who was
also sentenced to 18 months’ im-
prisonment fcr shop-breaking and
larceny, Sentence of 12 months’
imprisonment was passed = on
Clyde Green who wa found
guilty of simple wounding He
wounded Collin Prescod after a
dispute over a bet on who would
be the winner of a boxing contest
between Kid Ralph and Zivic

Another prisoner Leon Taylor

was sentenced to 12 months’ int-
prisonment for house-treaking
and larceny. Taylor had been as-
sociated with Norman Husbands

in committing the offence, He es-
caped from the Police when inves-
tigations were being carried out
Husbands who had previous con-
victions for larceny was sentenced
to three years’ penal servitude ai
a previous sitting of the Court of
Grand Sessions

The last prisoner Winston
Goodridge 28-year-old labourer ot
St. James—was sentenced to 12
months’ imprisonment for steali
a bicycle on Sentember 10

HOLLAND WINS
AMSTERDAM, Dec. 4,
Van Scheltinga. (Holland’, bea
Szabados (Italy) in the'r adjourn
ed 16th round game in the Inte
national Chess Tournamen? ‘her
—Reuter,



aD

The Exhibition will be held on the dates already fixed



WEDNES

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Ss EXHIBITION

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PURINA

ood West Indian playwrights
was obvious, but until they came
long, it should be remembered
that England was happily unusu-
ally rich in good drama and it |
did seem unfortunate that with all
that they had to choose from, the
light comedy, the farce and the
thriller would seem to be the only |
forms chosen,

He was fully aware that with- |
out the right kind of theatre, it |

was not possible to be very ad- |
venturous in the matter of the |
play chosen and for that reason

he would end on the same note as
that on which he began—*Let
Karbados have the theatre it de-
serves and let it have it quickly.”

Mr. Thomas said that the
theatre should not be regarded as
a reward for past work well done,
but rather in the nature of an in-
cubator in which drama might be
brought to life and the latent
beauties in sight and sound be re-
vealed and appreciated.



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Forde of Chapman Lane by His
Worship Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell,

For the offence which was
committed on October 31 she was
fined £3 to be paid by monthly
instalments or in default one
month's imprisonment |
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
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CT AS SIFIE D AD S | ELECTION NOTICES TAKE NOTICE | TAKE NOTICE | TAKE NOTICE TAKE NOTICE
7 ms PARISH OF ST. M : 7 PLATIGNU '
| ' ICHARL ARISH OF ST. LUCY | f x*NUM oN > *
TELEPHONE 2506 | 1 WERERY give notice thet t fpve) t WAMEBT give belibe Oise 2 heve| ‘That Mentmore Manufactuting Co.,| MENTMORE PEPSI-COLA LIBBY’S
_ | appeinted the Parochial Building, Cum-| ®pvointed the Vestry Rom near the | Limited, a company registered under the! Mentrnore Manufacturing Co That Pepsi-Cola Coétnbah¥, & corpéra: That Libby, McNeill & Libby, a cor
| d Street, Bridgetown, as the place | Parish Church as the placé where ali|'#ws of Great Britain, whose trade or’ Limited, a ¢ r registered under | tion organized uritier the laws of the] poration organized and existing unde
THANKS tees Parishioners of the parish of St.| Persons duiy Qualified to vote at y | business address is Tudor Grove, Well} the laws of Grest Britain, whose trade | State of Delaware, whose trade or busi-] the Laws of the State of Maine, United
Michael and other person: duly qualified ; <'ectron of V@strymen for the said Parish Street, Hackney, London, EB. 9, England,, OF business address is Tudor Gro e, | Ness addrexs is 3 West 57th Stréct, New ! Stut@. of América, whore trade or busi-
: to vote at any election of Vestrymen for | May assemble on Tuesday, the 2nd day ‘ading as Manufacturers, has applied | Wel Street, Hackney, London EB. 9 Enp- | York, State of New York, United States] mes¢ address is Union Stock Yards, City
WE, the members of the Archer the said Parish may assemble on Tiies- | ¢f January, 1961, between the hours of |r the registration of a trade mark in| land, trading as Manufacturers, has ap- | of America, Manufacturers, has applied] of Chicago, Stee of IMinois, U.S.A..
family, desire through this medium to day the 2d day of January, 1952, be- | 10 and 21 o’cloek in the morning to elec: | Patt “A” of Register in connection with, plied for the registration of » trade | for the registration of a trade mark in | has applied for the registration of a trade
thank all those who sent tards, wreaths, tween the hour: of 10 and 11 am, to} a V@Stty for the PaMeh of St. Lucy fo: | “titins instruments, pens, fountain] mork in Part “A”, of Register in cot Part “A” of Register in connection with | mark in Fart “A” of Register in can-
Nowers, or in any other way expressed eect a Vestry for the Parish of St,} the Year 1951, bens, Stvlographic pens, ball-pointed]| nection with writing instruments, sa, | WOn-aleoholié carbonatéd beverages and | nection with foods and ingredients of
&
sympathy in our recent béreavement| _SPERANZA—Fully furnished on St.| Michael for the year 195?. OSWALD bens and parts thereof; penholders, pen| fountain pens, Stylographic pens \. | S¥Pups for making the same, and wil! | foods, and wilt be entitled to ri
3 iE, ' P pens, 1
occasioned by the death of our beloved | J¢mes Sea Coast. Phone 91-33. PERCY H. BURTON Parochial Treasurer, nibs, pen stands, pen trays, desk sets} pointed pens and parts thereof: pens | Yt entitled to register the same after one | the came after one month from the Sth
ADINA ARCHER. 1,12.50—6n. Parochial we St. Lucy. ere $ see Pee, a pen and e pee fountain pens, stylographie pens, ball a = os Sth day of December | day of December 1950, unléss some per-
thelbert Archer (Husband) Marita, . v 3.12, sets consifting of a pen and! desk sets consisting of a stand for a . u sd me person shall in the! son shall in the meantime ive notice
Dolly, Efleen Archer (Daughters) WESTWARD HO — Lands End, St St. Michael. 1 ee & pencil; pencils, propelling pencils, ball-] gen ond a pen and writing set, consis- | ™*8™t!me give notice in duplicate to me} in duplicate to me at my of
5.12.50—1n. | Michael from the 16th December. Phorie 3.12.50—3n PARISH OF ST. PHILIP pened pencils and parts thereof; pencil | ting - 2 pen and a penpiit betieile, pio- at my office of opposition of such regis. | position of such registration. wate
| a93e. 2.12.50—2n, | enn | I HEREBY give notice that I have ab | ink stands, ink blotters, biotin Wells: | velling pencils, ball-pointed pencils and | cditeaton ah een eles Cor De sen On| Eiee Cat be Shen’ Gn epeeNn wt By
IN MEMORIAM einai tigen PARISH OF CHRIST CHURON pointed the Church Boys’ School neat |» a Desi cting pads.| parts thereof; pencil cases, leads fo1' | i ae ome ‘
: ‘ rasers, ruler: b : mS ted t / .
CAR Ope Ford Prnfect, lew) drve| 1 HEREBY, ‘give \notice that t have [the Burien Church, an the pine wher | ii"ne enc seat ie watt gad] bencln “ink, Mok well ies" wand een Sheeting, | Petes is 9 ges Gi cegager: 180
IN léving meney at aw beavell ies at special rates for particulars. | appoir e New Vestry Room adjoin-| parishioners of the parish of St. Philip. | one month from the Sth day of Decem. | 22& blotters, blotting pads, —eraser's Sadar of , A. WILLIAMS,
aun 5. EL an eae 8408. $0.11, . | Me the Vestry Room, Oistin, a: the place | and other persons duly qualified to vote | ber 1950 unless sill Pian gin cem=) rulers and drawing pins, and will be istrar of Trade Marks. Registrar of Trade Marks.
salted Si sebk as Beaaeioae & ee, hs pad ail parsons Guly qualified to vote at my Election of Vestrymen for th? | meantime give fatness Seats in the enttled to register the sime after one 5.12,50-—3n 5.12, q
Gone but not forgotten. rn ~y estrymen for the said , Sa rich, may assemble on Tuesday | at y offic . “tT month from the Sth day of December ie
Ever to be remembered ‘by nis toying} POMILEC NOWICES | 22:2, .°8 feeble pe, Tuescay. ‘the | 2nd day of January, 1961 between the | {ration. ‘The trade mark con se neentan | 1880, unlees some Person abail ta. the children. 5.12,.50—in. pou o > Pe os on oe the | hours of 10 and 11 a.m. to elect a Ves-| application at my office On| jweantinie give notice in duplicate to
St ; =a ee Le A the morn. try for the Porish of St, Philip. Dated this Sth day of December, 1960,] me at my office of opposition of sueh (SS I ARES
3 ory of our rr mother ¥ a . 8. W. SCOTT, } H. WILLIAMS. _| Tesistration, The trade mark can be
and Garnd MOTHER © FRANCIS NOTICE Christ Chureh for the yeas 1 Pafochial Treasurer, Registrar of trea seen on application at my office GIVE HER......
WAITHE (Mama) who departed this SOD Ge! D, St. Philip. eat alibe ge: « * 5 y of | EI
Mae, Ho the hint Sie at Besa wil be ren na cnc oP “eS oa A eee || AN @FL STOVE FOR XMAS
nd honest in all your ways| closed on . aren. | anes ae) Registrar of Trade Marks.
evoted and true to the end of your| i990, nesday, 6th = Decetnber 3:12.60—In. | TARISH OF ST. ANDREW | TAKE N ae 5.12, 30-2 2 & 3 BURNER FLOOR & TABLE MODELS
EREB' give not that ave i ‘ |
fiwaye Patient. Loving and Kind Sethu whee t a ARPA_OF Sh, soenen appointed the Vestry Room near tht can OTICE | — OBTAINABLE AT —
memory you've 2.12. : we notice that I have jouse as the place where all persons | ‘i } 7
behing S—Sn, St. Thomas. | appointed the Vestry Room at the Dis- | GUly qualified to vote at amy election of | 1)... NATION { he CENTRAL EMPORIUM
as Loving Smile your Gentle Face — | pensary as the place where all persons} Vestrymen for the said Parish may); | ied“ Ste nee TAKE NOTICE ENTRA
No one can fill your vacant place ‘ duly, Qualified {o vote at any election | aseemble on Tuesday, the and day ot tien orgs zed and existing under the | (c RAL FOUNDRY LTD.—PROPRIETORS).
ate 7“ you loved you did your best. nse Session | ot Vestrymen for the said Parish may } January, 1951, between the hours of 10| OV" © the State of Delaware, U.S.A., GROLSCH Comer of & Tudor Streets
GEN ,t0,,be Remembered by _ Mrs. | assemble on Tuesday, the 2nd day of | and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect | jO°4, trade or business address “1: |
Yards (Grndssauatier | Mrs. Fhyllis! 1 HEREBY give notice that a Licensing }J#2UaTY; 195), between the hours of 10] Vestry for the Parish of St. Andrew | ‘\1) 4 shire Boulevard City of Lo
-da . -12.50—1N. | Session for the granting of Certif &/ aud 11 o'clock in the morning to elect | for the year 1951. Angeles, State of California, U.S.A, hasi That Naamloze Vennootschap Bierbrou-
In loving memory of my ; for the renewal of Liquor Li om 7 he @ Vectry for the year 1951. Cc. A, SKINNER, applied for the registration of a trade Werl) “De Klok” (a limited HNability
R y of my deceased wife ia censes for A. A.B iL Paroch Tr jmark in Part “A* of Register in co: company organized and existing under
Mrs. UNA DELEANEY BEST, who de-| ‘® Parish of St. George and that part i, Set EOURIG) Zenneeteane nection with oll f |} the laws of the Kingdom of the Nether
parted this life on December 4th 1900 of Christ Church within the jurisdiction | Parochial ane St. Andrew. ng milk. butter apediet aaa! a ; = lands) “whose Micka os Taabaes puirebs e e e,e
Gone but not forgotten, Dead but baad "on Pt oe ee B™ wilt be } | Sosa 3.13.80-—398 | densed milk, unsweetened evaporeen | i Brouwerlstraat 61, Enschede, Holland,
sleepeth, 5 ice ‘ourt on ' nulk, evaporated sk = . ott trading as Manufacturers and Merchants,
Her presence is yet with us in Spirit] TY¢S4ay the 19th day of December 1959, | PARISH OF ST. PETER Pe nere, SS Onerr densed sweetened skimme { lau? paw] has applied for the registration of a
but not in iy, at 11 o'clock a.m. | .1 HERBBY give notice to all persons } : HEREBY give notice to all persons | io ee milk hustea Myeailk ae vena | rade mark in Part "At" of Rewister in
Her place is yet redeemed may God Dated this Ist day of December 930, | duly qualified to vote at the election of ctv Ras . nye ‘st on (That cream, sterilized evaporated streams, | SonAectOn with Beer, and will be en-
Rest Her soul in peace until we meet (Sgd.) C. L. D. H. WALWYN, i Vestrymen for this Parish, that I have Scie ihe ra eeame ‘eoees, ATAFinitk commends, \Aaklcaned milk. and} titled to remister the same after one

Mr. Kenneth Best (Husband) Jaspe
Best, Cameron Best, Raphael Best (sons)
Colleen Best (daughter), Clarence Best
(brother-in-law), Cleophas Best (broth-
er-ir-law), sound to the memory of her,
until we meet over the other side.
5.12.50—1n.



IN Loving Memory of our dear
beloyed Mother icis
WAITHE who died on Sth December 1949.

God saw the road was getting rough

The Hills were hard to climb

He gently closed her loving eyes

And whispered, “Peace be thine."

Ever to be remembered by Mrs.
Etheline Chase, Mrs. Gladys Rollins.
Mrs. Amy Millar, Mrs. Phvilis Forde,
Desmond, Cecil, Fred, Eric,
(childten), Joyce, Yvomei, Penelope,
and eight other Grandchildren.
5.12.50—1n.

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FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—Hillman 748 perfect running
order, always owner driven. Call 2672.
5.12.50—n,

TRUCK—1 Chevrolet Truck. Good
Tyres In perfect working order. C.
Herbert 55 Tudor St., Dial 3686.

5.12.50—3n

ELECTRICAL __

DRY CELL BATTERLES—Large Type
for ignition purposes etc. 1% volts.
Dial 3878. Da Costa & Co., Ltd,

1,12.50—6n.

NORGE REFRIGERATOR in perfect
condition. May be seen at Redman and
Tcylor’s Show Room. For particulars
phone 3545, De Luxe Soda Fountain.
Cave Shepherd's Building. |









§.12.50—1n

fURNITURE

AIRS—Sturdy Chairs well finished |
to alnut, or Mahogany. Suitable for
Office and Home, Only $5.40 each.







Q. W. HUTCHINSON & CO., LTD.
Dial 4222, 2.12.50—t.f.n,

F Large variety of Cock-
tai! tables in Mahogany, Cedar and
Rirch, also Mahogany Dining Tables,

Dinner Waggons and Dinner Chi
good choice aa Sideboards, =
Beard's Show

Bedsteads at Ralph
Rooms, Hardwood Alley, (Opposite
Open daily 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cathedral).
Phone 4683. 28.11,50—6n.

MECHANICAL,

TYPEWRITERS — Olympia Portable
Typewriters. Another shipment just
arrived. See these fine machines before
otherwise committing yourself. Apply.
A. G. St. Hill. Phone 3199.

1.12.50—Tn. e.0.d.

MISCELLANEOUS

CHRISTMAS
from 2/- to 4/-,

irs, a
and









GIFTS—Boxed Games
Plastic Chess Sets 3.25
Plastic Drafts 1.00 per set, Broadway
Dress Shop. §.12.50—2n.

are ppm tp omesery

DRIED FRUITS — Raisins, Currants,
Prunes, Dates, Figs and Cut Peel and
Glaced Cherries, Table Raisins ‘% tbs.
and 1 lb. W. M. Ford, 35 Roebuck Street
Dial 3489. 5,12.50—2n.
FLOWERS — Wreaths and Bouquet
made to order by Miss A. Eastmond,
Hindsbury Road. Dial 3766.





2,12.50—4n.

GENTS HATS—A new range of Gents
Hats in all colours and prices. Stanway
Store, Lucas Street, §.12.50—2n.

GIFT SETS—Attractive Gift Sets of
Tea Spoons, Pastry Forks, Fruit Spoons,
Cocktail Sets and many others. Prices
as low as $2.99 set. G. W. HUTCHINSON
& CO., LTD. Dial 4222.

2.12.50—t.f.n.

HAMS—Cooked Hams in Tins 2 Ib. Tin
$3.10 or G—8 Ib. Hams at $8.25 per Ib.
also Apples Red 40c. per lb. W. M. Ford.
Dial 3489, 35 Roebuck Street.

5.12.50—2n.

ONE COOLERATOR in excellent _con-
dition. Apply: No 12 Pavilion Court,
Hastings. 3.12.50—2n.

Rasins 40 c. per Ib.,









Currants 34c.

per Ib., Australia Hams 72c, per lb
C. Herbert, 55 Tudor St., Dial 3686.
5.12.50-—3n.

RAIN COATS, RAIN COATS: At $214
each lovely colours in Plastic for Ladies.
They are so useful and economical, And
would make a lovely Xmas Gift too.
THANI BROS Wm, Henry Street.
Dial 3466. 29.11,50—t.f.n.

SHIRTS—Gents Gabardine and Shark
Skin Sport Shirts. At the Stanway
Store, Lucas Street. 5.12.50—2n

—$—<—$$———
TEA SETS—A most useful and attrac-
tive Gift. 24 piece Teasets in several



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designs and decorations, Prices as low
as $9.95 set. G. W.H INSON & CO.,
LiD. Dial . 2,12.50—t.f.n.
TREE DECORATIONS—Special
dicounh of 10% now applying on all
of - decorations. For &
limit only. See vous jewellers,
Y. de & Co., Ltd., 20, Street,
Bridgétown. 29.11.50—6n.
a
ZOPLORA—Perfumed disinfectant con-
taining D.D.T. A powerful ragrant
antiseptic germicide—excelient for the
sick room, public rooms, offices etc
Obtaindble at al! leading store>.
28.11,50—7n. e.0.d.
—————
The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to any person or persons
whomsoever in my name as I do not
hold myself responsible for anyone con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name























Police Magistrate, District “BH”,
3.12.50—2n



NOTICE
The Parochial Treasurer's Office, St.
eg de glomea a o'clock noon
esday end Thu
7th December, 1950. ane



PERCY H. BURTON,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Michael.
3.12.50—2n
NOTICE

I hereby give notice that a Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewal of Liguor Licenses for

Allan] the Parishes of St. Péter and St. Lucy

will be held at District “E” Police
Court on Wednesday the 20th day of

December, 1950 at 11 o'clock a.m
— this Ist. day of December,
; Sgd. SYDNEY H. NURSE,

Police Magistrate,

District “E".
5.12.50-—2n

NOTICE

The public is héreby notified that
r the Consignees

of the ‘Motor vfonsat “Sedgefield” will be

responsible for any debt or debts con-
tracted by the crew while at this Port
VALENTIN DERIC,
Master
CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.,
Consignees
5.12.50—2n

NOTICE

I hereby give notice that a Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewai of Liquor Licenses for
the parish of St. Thomas will be held
at the Police Court District “D" on
Wednesday the 20th day of December,
1950, at 11.00 a.m.

Dated this 2nd day of December, 1950.

J R EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate,
Distriet “D"
5.12.50

2n,



NOTICE

I hereby give notice that a_Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for



the parish of St. James will be held
at the Police Court District “E’ Hole-
town on Tuesday, the 19th day of
December, 1950, at 11.00 a.m.
Dated this 2nd day of December,
1950.
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,
District ‘‘E’,
Holetown
5.12.50—2n
NOTICE
PARISH OF ST, PHILIP
APPLICATIONS (in sealed envelopes

marked on the outside, “Application for
post of Assessor’) will be received by
the undersigned not later than Tuesday
12th December 1950, for the pot of
Assessor for this Parish.

Applicants must furnish Birth Cer-
tificates, Medical Certificates, and Testi-
monials.

Successful Applicant will avsume
duties on 27th December 1950.

For further particulars apply on any

office day to—
P. 8. W. SCOTT,
Clerk of the Vestry,
St. Philip,

5,12.50—Tn

PURLIC SALES
AUCTION
Under The Diamond Hammer

I have been requested to sell by Pub-
lie 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 Alpargatas
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
“KINGSLEY"—2nd Avenue, Belleville
This desirable residence faces the
Belleville Tennis Courts and contains
Drawing and Dining rooms, kitchenette
and open verandahs, and upstairs 3 bed-
rooms, 1 dressing room and usual offices
Garage and 2. servants’ rooms. The
whole area is 6,790 square feet \
Inspection by appointment with Mrs. |
Lisle Bayley. Dial No, 3381
Sale by public competition
15th December at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Lucas Street,
28.11,50—10n.







Friday



33%, Perches of land
"s Gap, Brittons Hill,
abutting on lands of Clarke, Lynch,
Sinith, Louise Johnsen and on Me
Clean’s Gap aforesaid

Excellent site for development.

Inspection on application on the pre
mises.

The above property will be set up for
sale by public Auction at our office,
151, Roébuck Street, Bridgetown, on
Friday the 8th mber, at 2 p.m.

R. 8. NICHOLLS & Co.,
Telephone No, 3925.
2.12.50—6n



Te

CHATTEL DWELLING HOUSE ‘ituate
at Upper Dayrelis Road, Christ Church.
containing Closed gallery, Drawing and)
Dining Rooms, Two bedrooms, Kitche:
pnd outoMces together with the paling
and Water and Blectrie Fittings. Land
can be rented. For inspection apply to



» appointed

the Parish Room, Speight»-

town as the place where ail such per- | &* the place where all such persons may

meet on Tuesday, the 2nd day of January,









sons may meet on Tues v.
ef January 1951, nee usckael ae 4051, between the hours of 10 and ll
i0 and 11 o'clock in the morning to clock in the morning to elect a Vestry
elect a Vestry for the Parish of St. Peter | f®" the Parich of St. George for the
for the year i951. year 195! ee Fe |
G. S. CORBIN, a ASON,
Parochial Treasurer, | Parochial Treasurer,
St. Peter St. George.
3.12.50—3n 3.12.50—Sy |
Se tne
PARISH OF ST. JAMES. PARISH OF ST. THOMAS
1 HEREBY give notice that I have 1 HEREBY give notice that I have
appointed the Vestry Room near the} #vPointed the School House near the
Parish Church as the place where all| Parish Church as the place where all
persons duly qualified to vote at any persons ‘duly qualified to vote at any

election of Vestrymen for the said Parish |

may assemble on Tuesday, the 2nd day |

uf January, 1951, between the hours of |

10 and {1 o'clock in the morning to elect

a Vestry for the Parish of St. Thomas |
for the year 195%.

F, F, PILGRIM,

Parochial Treasurer, |

St. Thoma

3.12.50—

PLANES COLLIDE »

election of Vestnymen for the said Parish
may assemble on Tuesday, the 2nd day
of January, 1951, between the hours of
10 and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
a Vestry for the year 1951.
P.H. TARILTON,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. James.
2.12.50—3n,







PARISH OF 8ST. JOHN
1 HEREBY give notice that I have
appointed the Vestry Room at the Parish

Church as the place where all persons

duly qualified to vote at any election * ‘

of Vestrymen fo the saia Parish, may BRUSSELS, Dec. 4.
assemble on Tuesday, the 2nd day of A Belgian Air Force pilot was
January, 1951, between the hours of 10 i in , wo Belgian
and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect killed to day when two Ble

eMVetry for the Parish of St John for | Military reconnaissance aircraft

the year "051, collided over Brussels and crash-
H, S. FRASER, ed in a suburb. The pilot of the}
Parochial ee second machine escaped unin-

3.12.50—dm jured.—Reuter.

erential
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
TENDEKS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GROUND PROVISIONS |

Tenders are invited for the supply of ground provisions for the
three months beginning on the Ist of January, 1951, to the following
Government Departments: —

Glendairy Prison: Sweet potatoes—approximately 9,000 lbs. a
month as governed by the humber of prisoners, to be
delivered twice weekly at the Prison in proportionate
amounts.

Hospital: Sweet potatoes—approximately 5.000 lbs. a
week, to be delivered at the Mental Hospital twice weekly
in proportionate amounts.
Yams—as available. |
Eddoes—as available.
Lazaretto: Sweet potatoes—approximately 400 Ibs. a week, de-
livered twice weekly as ordered.
Yams—as available.
Eddoes—as available,
Breadfruit—as available.

2. Tenders should show the price per 100 Ibs. at which each of
the abovementioned commodities will be delivered at the institution
concerned during each month of the period from the Ist of January
to the 3lst of March, 1951.

3. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes addressed
to the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as to
reach the Colonial Secretary’s Office not later than 4 p.m. on Monday
the 18th of December, 1950. The envelopes should be clearly marked
—“Tenders for ground provisions.”

4, Further information is obtainable from the Prison, the Mental
Hospital and the Lazaretto. ,

5. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or
any tender.

Mental

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Department Of Education

WESTBURY INFANT SCHOOL — ST. MICHAEL

Applications are invited for the Headship of the new Westbury
Infant School from teachers (Women) with at least 10 years’ teaching |
experience. The minimum professional qualification required is the |
Certificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom.

Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for
Head Teachers in Grade II, Elementary Schools.

Candidates who have already submitted application forms in
respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, ac-
companied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make
application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the
Department of Education, All applications must be enclosed in en-
velopes marked “Appointments Board” in the top left hand corner
and must reach the Department of Education by Saturday, 9th}
December, 1950.

Ist December, 1950.

POLICE NOTICE
PARKING

There is space available for parking cars in the following
places: — }
1. Jubilee Gardens;
(Near Parochial Buildings)





lst December, 1950. 3.12.50—2n

POLICE TRAFFIC NOTICE

AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION ON 6TH AND 7TH DECEMBER, 195)





the tenant, Miss Doris Straker, Dres*-
maker or direct to ;Fred J. Ashby,
Churchwarden's Office, Parochiol Build-
ings, Phone 4159. 3.12.50-—3n.

——————— —

“REST HAVEN”, George Street oppo-
site "th Avenue, Belleville with the land
thereon containing 4,440 square feet















eo by, eee. # Stat, The house has drawing and dining rooms,
ae Sandylane Pit, | three bedrooms and usual outoffices and
St. James. | #aTage. a
§,12.50—2n. Inspection by appointment any day
— except Sunday. Phone 3083.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition on Friday &th Deceyn~
ber at 2 p.m. at the Office of the undet=
signed.

CARRINGTON & SEALY. _
Lucas Ttreet, Bridgetown.
1.12.50—6n
haute o* , .
“LASCELLES’”—Worthings, Ch: Ch.,
containing one closed gallery and two
iT 4 (2) open verandah drawing atic
dining rooms, 3 bedr each with
ME running water), breakfast room atic
Lt ep rely besbys kitchen, usual conveniences including
RECs | vas Servants’ rooms and garage it
| yard, also a number of fruit trees
| For further particulars dia

VIOLET VILLE Br

| Cross Road. Inspec 1
ndaiys betwee the yur
tow jand 4 p.m For particula
| or $436





1. All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Queen’s Park
shall approach by way of Roebuck and Crumpton Streets only, after
which (should they desire to set down their passengers) they shal)
leave by way of Constitution Road or St. Michael’s Row.

The same route shall be followed when returning to take up
passengers.

2. Motor cars only shall be allowed to park on Constitution
Road facing North, and shall when leaving be required to do $0,by
way of Belmont Road.

3. No vehicle of burthen shall be allowed to proceed th
St, Michael’s Row, Crumpton Street, or Constitution Road bet rn
1l a.m. and 11 p.m., with the exception of carts returning to remove
exhibits. These shall only be allowed to pass down Constitution
Road from Belmont Corner in single line and enter Queen’s Park by
the Governor’s Gate returning the same way, and proceed in single
line by way of Belmont Road.

Made under Regulation 2 of the Bridgetown and Speightstown

(Traffic) (Amendment) Regulations 1943.

R. T, MICHELIN,
Commissioner of Police
| Police Headquarters,
| Bridgetown,
Ist 3.12.50.—3n

December, 1950

of Register in connection with foods and | @tk In Part “A” of Register in eonnec-
ingredients of foods, and will be entitied |#en with medicated preparations in
to register the same after one month | @blet form for human use {n making
\from the Sth day of December | 050, Seltzer water for the purpose of treating
; unless some person shall in the mean- | @idity, and will be entitled to register

‘time give

| children whose names were placed on

| Jonuary

| 4 Steamer sails 7th

2. Church Village;
(By the Cathedral)
3. Riekett Street between Trafalgar Street and the Wharf;
4. Old Bus Stand, Trafalgar Street.
R. T. MICHELIN,
Commissioner of Police.
Police Headquarters, °

Bridgetown. |

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month from the Sth day og December
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such resis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office,
Dated this 5th day of December, 1960
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

vegetable fats) and ice cream, and will
be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 5th day of Decem
ber 1950, unless some person shall in the
reantime give notice in duplicate to
me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be seen
on application at my office.

Dated this 5th day of December, 1950 5.12 50-—3n
H. WILLIAMS, _ —————-$——_____-_——
Registrar of Trade Marks
5,12 50—3n.
cintes Leiinichdacete eee TAKE NOTICE
That Libby, MeNeill & Libby, a cor- ae
poration organized and existing under That Miles Laboratories, Ine. a cor
the laws of the State of Maine, US A ,| Peration organized and existing under

the laws of the State of Indiana, U.S.A..
whose trade or business address is City
of Elkhart, State of Indiana, U.S.A., har
applied for the registration of a trade

whose trade or business address is Union |
Stock Yards, City of Chicago, State of
Illinois, U.S.A., has applied the re

sistration of a trade mark in Part “A”



the same after one month from the 5th
day of December 1950, unless some per-
sen shall in the meantime give notice in
duplicate to me at my afice of opposi-
tion, of such registration, The trade
mark can be seen on application at my

notice in duplicate to me at
my office of opposition of such registra
tion. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office

Datea this 5th day of December,

HA. WILLIAMS

1950,






sae of Trade office
pete bibdaa h hic Dated this Sth day of December, 1956
se hh fected, Fos H. WILLIAMS,
E Rexistrar of Trade Marks
DUCATIONAL 3:12,50-—3ii,

LYNCH’S SECONDARY

SCHOOL
SPRY STREET
The parents and guardians of those



WANTED
an HELP

A CLERK for our ‘fatloring Bstablish
ment, some knowledge of salesmanship





the Entrance Examination for the yeat
1951 will be held at this Sehool “on
Friday 8th December at 9.30 o'clock.







Candidates must bring along their Bap-| required. Apply: P. C. S. Maffei & Co,
tiemal Certificate and a Testimonial from | ltd 5,12,.50-2n
“"Parents_and “quardians SivUATION VACANT

and guardians are asked net CA!
to remain on the premises while the| MANAGER — Stationers
Fxamination is in progress store in Trinidad. Write stating ex-

pertence and qualifications to P.O. Box
424, Port-of-Spain enclosing recent
Photograph, Salary according Yo abili-
ty. Minimum $5,600.00 per annum plur

The names of successfil Candidates
will appear in the Barbados
of Sunday 24th December

Examination Fee 5/-

Advocate

A. M. 1D. FORDB, commission,
Headmaster 99.11.60—19n
19.11 50-——3n.,
MALVERN ACADEMY MISCELLANEOUS





EDENVILLE, CABAPSIDE

An. entrange examination will be hei | ,.ACCOUNTS—Accountants will under



nt thif school on MONDAY. ath Deeem-~ 1. Prepay

her at 9.20 a.m. . ieebu-d:
Pupils are prepared for various . wos if .

examination; up to the L.C.C. School “Es — inds Card Boare

Certificate standard in all subjects reser tines “ca esented "Ware

Backward children are also private)
foathed. Entrance fee $1.20
F. i

\pply Advocate oe ‘
10 tr

MORRIS, 24.09.50
Headmaster

5.12.50-—3n





SCRAP GOLD and gold jeweller
hought, highest prices paid See you
Jewellers, Y. De Lima Co, Ltd, 2"
Broad Street, Bridgetown.

26.11,50-—12r
In Aecountancy — Traineo
for Higher Examinations by Qualifieo
teachers Apply in first instance tr

RRF c/o Advocate 12, 50-2
—

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ZEALAND LINE MITED
(M.A.N.Z. LINE
M.S, “TONGARTRO”™ is
il Adelaide Jenuary 4th,
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Sydney February 7th. Arriving at
nidad first half Mareh, 1951, Barbados
Mid, March, ‘951.
This ve-sel has ample space for Hard
Fiozen and General Cargo
Cargo accepted on through
Leding with transhipment at
for British Guiana, Barbados
ward and Leeward Island).
For further particulars
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| England Football Changes| Book Review
Are Necessary

ity

IT is perhaps fortunate for the England selectors that
they do not have to pick another International team until] 4d energetic Sports Editor of the
next April when England play Scotland at Wembley. Th
certainly have something to think about after the game] has provided er cricket lovers
against Yugoslavia at Highbury last week.

After being two goals up a
vather complacent England team
allowed themselves to be over-
run by a Yugoslav onrush that

combined good football with some
of the unfd@rtunate Continental
ivbe of tackling.



!
|

In the face of this onslaught,

Alf Ramsey, appointed captain inj Tewn 2

the continued absence of Billy
Wright, faited to inspire his men
to the teeth-gritting mood which
was necessary to halt the visitors
Ramsey is a great artist and a
great full-back but he should not
be saddled with the addtional
responsibility of captaincy

What was needed was a little
more give and take by England,
I thought that Dutch referee K. L,
Van der Meer did not fully
explain to the Yugoslavs that
the tactics which they might be
able to employ in their own
country definitely not “go

over” here.
Twice

For instance, twice in the c'os
ing minutes when England wer¢
trying to snatch a winning gow
little Johnny Hancocks was cleat
away when stopped by method
which were distinctly illegai
The first time his shirt was almost
pulled off his back and the
second time he was subjected t

do

one of the best body-checks !
have seen outside an ice-hockey
rink.

Of course there were immedi-
ate smiles and apologies from the
defenders, but the fact remains
that two goal-scoring chances
were lost. All that happened was
that two free-kicks were awarded
against the Yugoslavs and by the
time they were taken the defence
had had time to get back into
position.

In International matches it is
rather difficult to order a playei
off the field. But there is no harn
in administering a severe cautior
and such a step would not have
been unealled for

But despite these two incidents
either of which could have led to
a goal, England should have won
this match quite comfortab'y.
Their inability to do so may be
partly accounted for by the fact
that three changes were made
from the side that had played
so well against Wales the previ-
ous week, Hancocks, Eckersley
and Lofthouse coming in for
Finney, Smith and Milburn,

Likely

Changes are always likely to
upset a tearm. although in this
instance 1 accounted Hancocks
and Lofthouse as two of England's
best performers. But now it looks
as though further changes are
going to be necessary before the
next English International eleven
takes the tield,

Les'ie Compton I do not expect
to receive any more ‘eaps’. He is
definitely too slow on the tury
and while he is still a magnifi-
cent ‘stopper’ in the Arsenal team,
his effectiveness is decreased by
fifty per cent. when not playing
with his club colleagues.

The return of Wright in favour
of Watson would seem to be
another automatic change and
Arsenal's Lionel Smith must fancy
his chances of getting a second
‘cap’ at the expense of left-bacls
Eckersley.

Hancocks,
and Bailey I

Mannion, Lofthouse

would also retain
but the harder shooting and
directness of Langton of Bolton
may mean that Medley will lose
his place at outside-left



TENNIS

YESTERDAY'S MATCHES
LADIES’ SINGLES’ (FINALS)
Mrs. D? E. Worme beat Mis
M. King 6—3, 1—-6, 6—-3.
LADIES’ DOUBLES

Mrs. D. C. Klevan and Miss P

Wilson beat Miss R. Hutson and

Miss A. Sutherland 8—6, 7—5.
MIXED DOUBLES
Mr. und Mrs. E. B. Taylor beat

Mrs. A. O’N. Skinner and M)
J. A. C. Therne 6—2, 6—0,
Miss G. Benjamin and Mr. E.

A. Benjamin played Miss P. King
and Mr. P. J. Roach (uniinished)

TO-DAY’S FIXTURES
MEN'S DOUBLES
Mr. J. A. C. Thorne and Mr.
A. O’N. Skinner vs, Mr, D. I.
Lawrence and Mr. H. L.. Toppin
Mr. P. McG. Patterson and Mr
G. Manning vs. Mr. S. P. Fage-
hill and Mr. J. H.C, Edgehill
Mr. F. D. Barnes and Mr, A
N. Wilson vs. Mr. C.’ A, Patter
son and Mr. R. S, Bancroft
LADIES’ DOUBLES
Mrs. T, A, Gittens and
C. R. Packer vs. Mrs.-C
and Mrs. C, S. Lee.
Miss B. King and Mis: M
Inniss vs. Miss M. King and Mi
gk. P. Taylor

Mrs
Skinner



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Mr. O. S. Coppin, the popular E.P. Cardine Dish 5

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throughout the Caribbean and be- |
aie a yond in the volume how under re-
Football Results “The consummate grace of Jeff-
rey Stolimeyer, the superb artistry

LONDON, Dec. 2 of Frank Worrell, the joyous

Aton Villa 3, Everton 8, abandon with which Everton
mavens 3. seem Wednesday 2.] Weekes bade the ball begone to,
jolton Wanderers 3, Arsenal 0 the boundary, the unconquerable

Charl thletic sfie 7

ane ay Huddersfield | Goggedness of Rae, the controlled |
power of Clyde Walcott, the all- |



MANHATTAN

Derby County 2, Portsmouth 3

ee * seme” i round excellence of Gomez and | RESTAURANT
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Gdahtherter Gulted: 1. ‘Bewosttle Unit Christiani, the soothing aspect
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Sunderland 1, Stoke City 1 Ramadhin, and the spectacles Announces that it will be
_ Tottenham Hotspur 3, Middlesbroug.| which enabled Valentine. to get a e oe the —— ee
3 ‘Jaerer view » de ion | reakfast December 23.
Wolver 4 ee «| clearer view of the destruction ‘ ast on
Bonin ae, Terr st —_ ary by his wk ex = |
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Stirling Albion 4, Stenhonsmuir 2



Crewe Alexandra 2, Bradford 4
Darliigton 0, York City 3

Gateshead 2, Tranmere Rovers 0
Halifax Town 2, Acerington Stanley 2
Hartlepools United 3, Southport 2
Lirecoln City 3, Barrow 0,

New Brighton 2, Oldham Athletic 9
Rochdale 2, Gunthorpe United 6
Shrew bury Town 1, Rotherham United | of

strokes of Roy Marshall, the bril-
liance of Ken Trestrail whenever
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18th December.

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Stockport County 1, Carlisie United 2

AMeunot S. Giiingher. 4 great captain John Goddard tu

weld these diversities of gifts,



Brighton and Hove 3, Leyton Orient 0

Colchester’ United 3, Millwall 0. talents and temperaments into a

Crystal Palace 1, Walsall 0 combination which challenged e
New Port County 1, Ipswich Town 2 comparison with the

Northampton ‘Town 1, Reading '.

English or Australian teams of the
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Norwich City 1, Plymeuth Argyle” 6

LONDON UBAGUE

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Barnsley 1. Manchester City } sre reg 4 ; — By
Blackburn Rovers 1, Chesterfield 1 foe Gomian ee by
Brentford 2, Queens Park Rangers ! ae ae r
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Hull City 9. Preston Morth End 0
Leeds United 3, Birmingham City 6
luton Town 1, Cardiff City 1.
Sheffield United 2, Coventry City 0.
Southampton 2, Leicester City 2
Swansea Town 2, Nott; County 1
West Ham United 2, Grimsby Town 1

reader.

With Mr. Coppin’s book before
us we will all realise again and
again those glorious five months
when our heroes delighted and
dazzled the thousands of English
)spectators who risked the worst
of the English weather to get a

POLICE FORCE

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greatest of |
|

Wednesday 6th
December at 4 p.m.

SCOTTISH LEAGUE DIVISION B
Cowdenbeath 3, Arbroath 2



Dundee United 3, Ayr Limited 1 slimps % “ =

se of the men who had |
Forfar Athletic 4, Dunfermline Ath- | 8'1MP ; . Mee : z
: ought bac to the historic | The following i> the programme
letic 2 brough k ne istoric | for the Gymkhana which takes

grounds of the “old country” the ;
glory and glamour which invested
the Homeric encounters when |
the stars of Trumper, Ranji, Mac-
laren, Jackson, Clem Hill, Macart-
ney, Woolley—but the list is end-
less—-were in the ascendant.

J. W. B. CHENERY.

Hamilton Academicals 0, Dumbarton 1.
Kilmarnock 3, Saint Johnstone 2,
Qlieens Park 1, Queen of the South, 1

plece on Thursday, 7th December
at 1.30 p.m.

Presentation of Prizes
by
His Excellency the Governor

SCOTIISH LEAGUE DIVISION A
Aberdeen 2, Hearts 0.
Airdrieonians 2, East Fife 2
Clyde 2, Rangers 1
Falkirk 0, Morton |
Hibernian 2, Dundee 0.

Patrick Thistle 0, Celtic 1



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eas .. ‘ace was equally as marked after } 30 RESCUE RACE (Mixed) * » 5
Picbwik k 3 7 jhe had been beaten by Joe Louis ‘ : ee CARRIAGE BOLTS & NUTS 5/16” & 3/8” a
arse j j}for the world title. 1 ENVELOPE RACE (Children) 30U : : p
Benen ; " Though Farr had a weight ad- 2 eae poe SQUARE BOLTS & NUTS 14” & %"
v vantage of 18 pounds, Marshail ' e oltatee et Shee
et ” oe nd with his long arms and legs ap- $ Mixed) PAINT BRUSHES all sizes
Secon ivision peared the bigger of the two and i% 16. SHARP sHooTE “E SAF ”
Played Pts after the first few rounds was = (Mixed pl SAFETY HASPS & STAPLES 2” to 6”
| Regiment : : 4 _- awe? having the better x ‘7. VICTORIA PADLOCKS
eewar' a0 q of the exchanges.—Reuter. | Yy . / “iW 3! Se ADLOCKS
Empire (8 2B ON SALE NOW AT ALL x
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ire hermace 9 9 ; snaia were S80 tne 5 ip. their THE ADV OCATE d | For our people depends quite KNOB LOCKS
foie 2 : secon innings at the close of @ bit on YOUR support of “Home
a ian a o-day Ps x stries.” £ $
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Commonwealth here. SOUVENIR |
a ndtz,, Sutcliffe (Yorkshire) |
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Sun Sets: 5.38 p.m
ws expecte,, to move the ents
House into committee oe Moon (New) December { MAY TO SEPTEMBER 1950.
the Bill to provide for the Lighting: 6.00 p.m.
regulation of Public Utili- High Water: 12.05 a.m., : : , ums ee
ties. 12.22 pam, Complete with scores, averages, brief details I

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PACE FOfR BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1S R\RR\IK>sd AmDWTE HM% TO §ave £250.000,000 T -*-.f.-__.! L'llrs(l.,\ II.Mi-Illhri 3. 195)1 HOISTS T11K Housing Board at iu last meeting I Ian (OJ tha building of 25 U the Pine and 25 at the Bay Estate Tenantry. This Is welcome news when it is considered that the housing shortage in nil acute, but the public are wondering whether the new houses will be erected at the same rate of unlimited expenditure as the tirst scheme at the Pine. There is an implied criticism against the Government who could allow the erection of houses by a Town Planning Architect instead of the Public Works Department. Many ol the allegations made against that officer in the report of the Commission show that he was not to be blamed for the unsatisfactory state of affairs. The more the question is examined the more apparent it is to the unbiased observer that the Town Planning officer should have been part of the staff of the Public Works Department. Now that these houses are to be built under the supervision of that Deportment it is reasonable to presume that the public will be given some idea of the approximate cost of one house. When the houses at the Pine were occupied people were left to wonder whether they would be leased, rented or sold on the hire purchase system. The cost of these houses was estimated to be in the vicinity of three hundred pounds each and it was wondered whether the people for whom these houses had been originally intended could afford to pay this sum. There has been no official figure published and it is to be hoped that the cost of the new houses soon to be erected will be within the reach of the worker whose income docs not afford him to pay three hundred pounds for a house. It is fitting that the Housing Boani should have attempted to build these houses in order to relieve the shortage and any MlggMtlOlI that the prices should be krji' within reasonable bounds should not be regarded as an attempt to kill the scheme. Il is useless to build houses at such enormous cost that the people who should properly take advantage of the scheme are prevented from doing so by reason of economic inability. Housing is an essential. Il should have priority Olftsf several other projects demanding public expenditure. And it should have that priority because of the attendant evils which result from overcrowding and lack of proper housing. The action of the Housing Board is commendable hut it must be remembered that the scheme can only be successful when the cost of the houses is within the reach of the people for whom they were built. Mr %  Mm %  %  Parking S|.m THE Highways and Transpor. Authority and the Police have attempted to relieve that pressure for parking space in the City by allocating the space around the Gurdens and Cenotaph to private cars. Already motorists are extremely glad for this consideration. It will relieve much of the mnmveniencc which can only be aggravated during the coming Christmas Season. It should however be made clear that buses passing through the Square and around the Gardens should stop at the end of the pavement nearest the Chamberlain Bridge in order to leave space for those which follow. It should also be possible to park cars. not in alignment with the pavement or { %  dug the sea, but, at an angle of about thirty degrOM and all facing the Chamberlain Bridge. This would afford greater facility for moving off into the line of traffic. tssMsfcas. '* of money and to pay for de(" mhd\ ihere arc man. milltM or two could bo O fa OflWe h;.* I | ning a festival ol •ine* IW46 It ha* coat you C8.0O0.0O0 an far It i it* f>ativnl %  tion. Mi ttflsc 'i-y is so short of saMaSffl Ihui he ha* tailed up thousand* or re*cr\ iMs I Hum life foi iervier In Korr.i Rut he is using 500 officers ami 2.000 sergeants and sergeant majors In the Royal Army EduUi do roiuhlv what <00 men did in 193K for Bfl Ainiy hall the present sise. Can we •flora the BMOS3 this year's bill for Army edutaM to the record total of tl.HHI.iHHi —and the men' TBS asrsjiant-iiiajor may have .: i>! medal ribbons. But f He waits to keep his rank nc\t rear he has got to pass his flrst•laxs certificate of education This will mean a lot ol sturtv __ under a 19-year-old Educational out marriage all Corps sergeant in, the unit school ItN HUIM II .1* ss< I Military Commentator ne Arm. %  ItJ thousand MB llut there i* now on educatlaaal sergeant for ever; 270 men, the lI.OOO-.i year gni'1< to every ten sergeants. The> uo not leach weapon training. a> the Navy's instructor* do. Tney teach education To some degree Urn u integrate I with the military syllabus I., | Wednesday afternoon they may have paraded your soldier son to listen to a Forces Broadf cast on the Mating Cella. Or \-* the next day on the Superma; in the Comic Strips. lntegratl io the Natioi make f. r it< raw mater 12 Week* KAM of the intake ITSM lueation.il pog aiwavs .slimmcn QJ IBS the l! A F., ana by UM AI rsclf for potential oltlcc The sergeant himself surpnsteeor.icuinv The ingly. u a member of the highestwhat Is left, paid section of the teaching proTwelve week.feaslon. If he U married and a Itegular he gets £425 a year and his keep Compare thia with the quiiliiie-l civilian teacher in your local ichool, who starts at £300. wlthance or keep. 'Irr IT il A | ;.t the A; School of Education I Army can afford to turn a bo; tales) out of grammar school int a sergeant and a teacher Then -jfl he gOM to hiM 10) to make other Natii-nal S< into good ci ttesp-aoldlsi help the sergeant-major keep M Mai Mrvica promotion. Whet ..mi Sometimes he makes goodhere are son* of the non-mihIt took from two [o (our years astonishingly good. Onea w..! tary questions he mav have to u, tSBBB that .i.i'.ian teacher ot cause he is immature. h< ; poor chap:— his college It Ukes 12 weeks for enly a (tabby apostle ol ASSESS the Influence on ebnthe Army to train that RAEC pastas New Evgngl tenporary Ifcta of J. B. Priestley MfiMni. Bbortaga >>f real Maehan sis ,i I S EJlot This Is what happened. Il is should forca M B WHAT might INthe cultural IH ne reaaon why Army edueation next year's schoolroom programr econoniu value of the tour u( )f| toauy it parody of what it was by £1,000,000. It would be an %  meant to be. ef courage. The Army Council took up Army education in a big way at Four Tasks the end of the war It knew that XJE ought to set a mu< I Oliver Cromwell had boasted that £ team to uckle their task! his Ironsides "knew what they TANK No. I: Teaching were lighting for and loved what Ihay ki the Sadler's Wells Bullet C< .... .n the USA? I good moral b.haviour the heart and soul of citisenship' GIVE a short list of the various excretory products in the bodv of a mammal. WHAT are the advantages and possible disadvantages of traduiuur for the Japanese? I Biggest '" %  '' these cxammasoldic tion*, and the easier ones which t r ops about the British way of the Junior ranks have to prelife so that they would love II pgl, i.i. might well be scrappel an .l spurn Communism. With them should Ko threequarters o. the cuu-es provide I The Educational Corp. waa.au> ireo by the KA E.C In and out to continue iu. pre-war bftafe ot „f working hours, on Bach and giving elementary educiition to ths dollar and drain*, the troops that needed it liit'logv and current affairs. Colonel commandant "f the They ann symbol of Uiffl oorps sine.' 1940 has l>een Sir nicest ptoo i -empire" buihlitonald Adam, now head of the nig in post-war Britain, its Dorrrt itritUh Council. As adjutanti • [d-i ovii) general for most of the war GenH'g Lavish . ei.il Adam plugged adult eduiatu n T |H eiuplie'* Is rtlD 0B >> BWilB :i> v IfOCVUSly that the poor relation fOtl will Bad OOly i^ew Into the prollteer enough of the Three 1. lo act OH hiown (This doe '"it agreed to Kive the R.A.E.C -"ft^g"."i2 and bal i el „ wide mandate uteach the TASK No. 2.: Arranging schooling for Service families abioad ai boy apprentices at home TASK Na. S.: Advising RagUUi on resettlement TASK No 4.: Arranging for I I.I i wfeM Mail h i part-tlstM classes before call-up to |otn %  nical institugc if they WaSBi to take a eosj^atpocwtonoi coum Ha ahould oontnict the Eduoalion Corps, leaving Hie individual clli.ei or SOWMr to plan the red for himself. I dOUbt if Cromwell often paraded Ironsides tor ballei —L.E S Fimtly lei the Sanitary Authoriti. really clean Iha streets ano i •!,. 1.,1'ei keep Ihem p^mt clan Th present $HO.OO.OO'' .,n ( . annually is going down the d A CLEANER CIT1 H 7 ii. H. IIIIIKI I I ijoy lasting mass apprcciat inle living in mussive squuh same to be kept locked. „ [ iruD } u^O DepsrUnent i g sufficient room for tha *- n ,( x ,^ half so hour lx-foie. -n.l et.dh>g wtiun of odorous contamination !" ^ ' ,, [,',' '^ [rhTi Je hall an hour afu-r lh. hnuld actuate their, his or her W *J !"!" > 'g22JK Si : .,,. ,„ 4 ,>n. business hours, co-operation, to say nothing of , n,lic i,n Genemenl could VOUt use Of .C tn.anuiholr civic pride. happily .....1 liK'ialivelybseaiTied 1 lK-l..-ve b> lh. S C l u: Government ImmSOatteU ***' I ***f£ M-'-'M,. sliould be too ohvious to need pay attention to swamps, drains, tures such as .Liquid soap d commeal rivers etc. that are a menace to perwers m chromium, seU disRnact legislation compelling health. ^ n P a H low J "T !" '^ ,,,-v ownei of property in the Plan and execute, with wisdom by r. AiuirewS Mtus i/uiartxi citv to "put into proper and unland foresight a health year 1*'">K k*ssl; are ersentiajs 1 enlorm (I would like lo stress unl<|S1). not Just a health week, visage the fir t llrm UUtU form) conditions, side-walks A health year naturally means plunge reaping a harvest: mrr-> Mirrounding their buildings, uiu. B u-;m city is essential, and than recouping the initial sxp T>|e .Hid piittern '< %  • b Mipphed ; „ u natural corollary that aim :. ,i by* Highways Authorities; also special attention would be paid enhincing their prestige as "Firms giving them authority lo superto this side or part ol the subject ol the momsnl Alive sad provu*i durtni construction, and noti ijttiise the "Shed" cont i nuously gresslvc It ran safely be left to waiting until completion lo for lectm^s., informal talks and the uupenult) ofttM brain rajsot i All such sidewalks to practical instruction whenever "Advocate to supply cop. be raised above the level of Uie |M %  lutyto tion, little Ki been ihoss to whom ll hai sehfevi I th< of nculcaipsri of its responstbllltj I "its in the avcrage.eff] Nor, %  pparcnuy, are xhim lentlsl u-k of an epitCh eondl,..!.. rtn,, ln ,, ur .ran On Until proper m ld*t %  provided. jhr I public! i its own lavatories and urinals ns in ehiirge % %  Here and W P the City. but. oven in lh< should f\->d Upci-mtuod lo be ..... .. ., ... i adequate ion. of then whereabout an absent The fen pul As the result of ths r. town ore so far apart U Imost ceased U nable whether the • %  | | to Ul take the long '->^ *p obey ,.,-..,,. A hUOfcStST M.'.nd id, or, to carry a hat %  ; ~£ r-= collect ion of refuse Until tin N.) available bled the i AUo. time not that they Public Health rmks up u> the fuet largely p Tkv Grwn nTl the Editor. The Advocatr — for Malting Insanitary i.>nditn The site in the nreen purcha*'.' by the government m 1813 to be named Trafalgar Square nt> bin.—Under -he headum '-Trafound insufficient to propei K dfa '-ose* a Tree" a play the Statue and the obstruct ""u'to drivers, conductors or ir .. '""J "> your Issue of Friday li.g houm were buuitht and t, SIS Lers with onb ; W lh ult ' havin fn,lri1 l f",' C'' M *** *•* T"" IT, vpd ,n l82G """ r '' ,fl •" t the l*" 1 *!"* !" ., !" -7l--, a | k this *"" v "l v •'""''liii'te fae.i.t.es. thsrs fslsiir S.,iM.e ls caUsd The sd ,o the square But it Still 'little hope of a cleaner BridgeGieen b* of the evergreen retained the old name of "The *n. Baa The I i ol course, beOrcen." as I suppose it i I, '"' | ating buck Some years ago you puhlish* Any eivilwil enm.minil> would MOrij SOO .... Ill( | (, „ol dethe following item In your pap L lashamed of the Mate of om rtVSd from ttl existence of th' llarbados: Thii. twe|f',. csphsl town. Public spirit la. untree. day of JuM 1828 on EverRr ^ pn mutely. slngulsrl> I...-king In 1 he (.reel. was. about the midTrSS, the gift of the Lady of f" mat i to ipare to Istanea Tha raauM i^ that the Church wall iu now l*mg used as a public lavatory, and. no attempt is being made to slop this usatc. Tha problem has a compurnllvSly -.mple remedy: 011,0 as i, cories,)ondent ,-f vour paper raremtah Eggi ton *h.*e hou^. pointed out last week. And. the was hard by 1; was the line*' k * Pubtk Health i and became the „ „ , _* %  - would have been fonv.1 bv the .ibode of Oovenuu Sir Jonathan PuMJc towtor *y **J* *E* welahl of ptibite opinion to rsmatb Mk .plained on hi* should I* provided m the side ||M horrors of Bridltetown Thcrs .irrlvai m hli seal of Ooverrnhent Mown, '^P*npj^ars to be little hope of an *n '074 thai i i OoTSrnor hath ally those connecting ""'J" 1 amelioration of thr^e plaux-yoXm ol whi re to lay his head." Capi until there is a severe fatal epl'"> Eggli ton had recently died. demic arising therefrom. '>nd hi* houss KM taken i.>r the ;..\ en i who denre %  CHWUUW IB Iba Chrean une abhm dirt, but only when It Is recop nited as such and treated accord Barbados Cam pajgn lieliK-d to make ordinar;. 0 Steople recognize the dl Dead remedying then yotl will have dons the conunun•'iiici sarvlee. Yours BOY SCOUT. r-u.ll, NOW 44 41 : IS 411 .16 Tins OKANGE JUICK Tins PILCHARDS (Talfct) Tin^ PINEAPPLE JAM (1-lb) USEFUL GtFTS thai will lie fi/>/r>v//'//////>r/.w/// ;'-*>',-v,*.-W',. MEN'S SUITS. Here a England's Tailoring Houses from the Hnest and presented in of Qualities and (hat is certain to your favourites. Suits from most respected Made fabrics a range Colours. include Stop in to-day at ... DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. KfciW 11 uiu it I. i iti.t w liquoicii iChaniOitsne QU A pu. Brand-—QU. & I'U. Dry surk Sherrj Sroteh Whtakr\ K>e Whiskey Gold Hi.ni Rum Virile < lire Crown Drinks & Sorrel MEAT DEPT. Turkey*. Mllk-li-d thick." llLi.ks. K-bhill.iirr, Kidney*. Sweet Bread*. Brain. Ox Tripe. Ox Tails. Ox Timtue*. Turtle. Fresh Fruit. Fresh Vegetable-. .lUn Lrs llanu isasa Rutu-r i ..i.kipu lluli.r CatSSSS in Tin* 1'ruuen lonuto Soup —2 sises. AipjIM^iM Soup t'eler> Soup Vesetmbte Soup Baron I -tin.: Apple* Sail Beef <>uda t.'heeae I it. in Clu-rsrBuxes ul (honiUl•luis ill >..reK IBBCSIUBWBSWI Tsbasae—t M. A 4 as. 1 ii;.irelles ?ft* A Ml, VISIT G0DDARDS TODAY


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TVFsDW DITFMRFR 1950 BARBADOS ADVOTATF PACE FTVF. Cycle Thief Getsl8Months THE November SstttBg of fb* Court Off Grand Se MOIIS endfd >efeterda) wh.i: -iix i i isooers wr %  OBtaOOt I tO •rrmO 1 imprisonment. The last case i a be trie.l was on* for the larceny of a bicycle In that aw Adolph ,Lovell was senL-nceti to 18 months' lound him guilty after about eight minute*' deliborattuu The bicycl is the |>r iperty of PC Oiga Clark ? The case was board before Hi ; Honour the Chief Juat Alljn CoUrtnore. Mi Bourne. Assist nit Legal Uriiugtits. inan prosecuted for tbo Cfown Lovell wan not represented. The Prosecution t.i. utfht witnesso to prove that on Novel IDOI 4 last year Olga Clurlady's sports' Haleiil; the bicycle dep;u b and went to make ... purchase When she returned tho •>• y> to <•" %  missing. Lovell bouBhi %  Phillip Gents bn> ne nf the parts of Clarice on !o the Phillip* he had bought %  ad replacing ,>.nis on Clarke's bii'Mli' told tho two Lovell"k that h % %  bought bel Dei* hi. o WHII 1 '. from n Rupert A'lrync B| alafl bought variou. parti off bteydea from the Ideal Store But he had told the Polsca thai the Rupert Alkyne lived In Pa? age Road and when they tarried him there, he pointed out th>" house to than, Tin aromas a-b lived at the house which ami noinHM out, how* '.< %  ifl I I man to live than oi i wr tearing. the name RUDOrl Alleyne Matter Reported First to Ki>evtdan a, PC Olei Clarlta said that Lovell lived Bear her. She then told how aha tofl the bicycle .it Da Coafa'a ami bow the missed It. She said that aha reported the matter to tba PoUd .uid uii September 26 she was call ed at the C.I.P I bicycle Sh %  am shown raw bicycles, o-ie whlci< was hers, bu*whleh had par..* which WTOM not OIL when sin %  : : .'.. Til two fendei's, handle and pedals. which wenon the gents' bicych' shown to her had ( ome off her bicycle. Cpl L. Darlington said that on Septamber 13 he went to Fredi erlck Boyce's bOUM investigating another case. While than he WU1 .: two bicycle head lights in the bed: room. He asked him to account %  or them and because of the statement he made he wool to Baxters Road where he saw Lovell at I Leer shop. He admitted the llghu were his and said that one belonged to a bicycle which he had sold to Keith Jackman or i Hill They event to Jackman %  %  home tha %  %  Jackma'. %  dmlttad ha bad I Iroin Lovel him ;. i %  %  cah> Asked how he came In possession of the bicycle, Lovell said I he had bought It from one Rupert Alleyne. Lovell took him to where he said Alleyne IIVITI In PtuVaiag Hoad and pointed out %  house. The woman Of the bOUM, E>lilli Y.u.l. that Rupert Alleyne did not live there. Sold Cycle Lovell also sain thai ho another hicvcle to Dennis Nur*e of Christ Church. P.C. 274 Devomsh who was with Darlington when he made his Investigations, eunooorafa dence. Cpl. Byron corroborab Olga Clarke's evidence as to the identification of tha bicycle* it the C.I D. Keith Jackman then told the Court how Lovell had sold him the iady' spcrt.bicycle H %  had p Id him seven dollars out ol had been charged. To Lovell Jackman Lovell did not wish to give him u receipt for the 17. saying that when all was paid he would then get tha receipt, but his ,.„ o|fJ IMtirk Antllorr t KVINK im.\KKs of Efitarprtse I hureh, appeared before tin .-trate or Dtatriot B' yartarday on tin One was for stealing l p valued *5. belonging • Waafcaa of Interpra** from the j>asture at Charnocks betwaan November 29 and Saturday The other was for stealing -. ewe sheep valued $0. the property ot Dudley Walrond of Charnock*, within the same period of time. She was fined £3 with an alternative of two months' Imprisonment on one and given a day's imprisonment on tho Other T il EVES broke and entered the house of Alexander Rail at Durantg VUlag*, si Jamaa, on Saturday and stole Ml in cash mabai School waa alao broken and entered on Saturday llir** cartons of biscuits werr y. Qan were stolen from Irf->He Hinds of Chapel %  Patei whtta ha am it i of Ubaoe King on SaturD KAMATIC NI'MIIFRS and i Itemi wlH fa % % %  %  the anmml "eat-tofathar" pfOfframme of IhO oasl an %  st M ilent ** thiAairrev Studio at the Children'' Goodwill Leatfue on Saturday naxl t 4 no pm nthony Beoaklne, his faur-ywr-old brother Uric OUVM aid their iix-year-old cousin Htjoria wr drowiiad at Farmei i gully, near Hillaby, St. Thomas, on Saturdaj evening when ,-. strong currt-nt of water tiappcil thtm in the gullv Avril Bensklne is the mothei i — of Patrick and Uric while her sister. Estemese Farnum 's Majorie's mother. Patrick and Uric are Avrll's only children She had alreadx prepared their Christmas elothe.and was getting ready to tend Patrlrk to the "Open Day" which will be held at St. Silas' Boys' School on Friday. She is employed as a domestic servant with Mr George Clarke. Xmas Shopping BUSY BHOPPBM "lied tut I VtU their rasiulratxtaota for the exhibition •ird Chrl "' %  -ale were well and in themsrl an invltaUoo to anyone to acquire Whue ttH majority of people did ., | .-; nanj found the price: be>und Iheir purcheilng power anil were forced to decline the invitation. The nee breakfast doataf hour —12 noon to 1 p.m.—decided on by several business houses, came into operation >ester.lay, Manv %  hoppan deairoug of going Into %  particular slore failed to gain it | tee nimules at' the Una Some ju^t took a look around during the interval bef* re rcturnimt. hut the more deterOk up a stand at the reptnlngA> .i raauU, at one store, at quite a crowd when the rived. laenUn arere congesti witii pedestrians going to Among them were the postcard and balloon tendon whe made ,.i anoa fell Kabla raoi Uckel seuar There was a conlinuou traffic alom: the streets and the traffic policemen had little tun.' -ition She told tne Adeocoie yesterday that the death of her two sons was a great shock to her. On Saturday morning she left her 'ne. whore Bee and her OU live, anil went to work. At ilxiut 1.16 in the evening she was tuld of the tragedy. A p ut-s Liter she went to the gully and saw some people Bah OUl the iMKlies of Patrick and Majorle on a crocus bag. The body of Uric was not found until the following moraine She said that Patrick bright boy and had reached Fu-; Standard at the St. Sllus' Bovs* School. Her sister Esternese had two other children One months old and the other four years. Frederick Quintyne of Hillaby. who assisted 'Ho-, i. Sr 1 OUl the bodies of Pali and Majorie. said that when it into the k'tillv in. reached him above the waist. He pointed out the spot WTHBTl %  children were dragged in and l he spot where he found thci and said that the current had washed them many yards down the gully. An autopsy was performed by Dr Clarke and an Inquest started at District *D" Station ret*rdsj morning This was adj. until Monday. jt/fffrY IMPROVED ODEX SOAP O Gill skin really dun O Banishes perspiration odour Leaves body sweet and dainty Odes make* a drrp cleansing laiher thai and genik for tare, hands and ill,. (Mrs it itlral fi* family uw. AVOID OFFENDING USE ODEX 18Months For Bodily Harm THE llrst man to appear in the 'dock" before Hi* Honour the Chief Justice. Sir Allan Coll*more, yesterday was Wended King who had been found guilty of intltiting grievous bodily harm ilh intent. His Honour i him to 18 months' Imprisonment With hard labour. Next was CUftOB Raid taraead to IH nwrrtht' ira ikniK and Oontance .>( 12 month*' .nt was pa Ci>iie Orean who wi found guilty ol i| kdlng. He wounded CoUIn P roscod affei i ver a bel on %  be the winner ci bat w ean Ki.i Ralph and Zivic Another prisoner IxMn Taylor was sei.teiice i to 12 ttH prisonment (or lionami laroanj Taj lot bad b en ;. • soeiate.1 with Norman Huabendi in committing the offeni-c Re I eaped from the police when nvi tlgations were Iteinff earned out Husbands who had prat vletions for larceny was sentence"I to three years' penal aer n previous sitting of the Court of %  The last prisoner Winstnc C.oodridue 28-year-old ll St. James—was sentence,i to II nipri-onrnent I Bentemher 10 Barbados Needs A Theatre -THOMAS Two Ihll I %  Mr Charles Thomas of %  Duma League told the %  % %  mere was %  which would be wortha iucal talent which so obvii isted in abundance, and secondb tor prod u ceri who will local latent In fbeh %  waj as to bring out the best of lt-s qualities %  lcepl> impressed with the rich nuslcrtl voices tin spite of poor ... .1 with the admlrabh of movement at once so .., aful god n actent which ba peculiar to Ikeaa .-' mds He had watched with i %  plaj u 'i • Bndaetoi* n streeta %  • il JKlane-, the UUlataiMIl Oil i and ti. men who cut 'ha grass with %  kmg handle UcjUl The island ve.-med to i>e lul' Of uid> with rich voices. li' Alt'. i and enthusiasm, particularly >ng ike chlldran itoth at t'ombermere School and at Cod[tOll High Srhnnl. bO had heard Mngtng of quite exceptional QUalv and would sav that (or an land of Ihhl llaa. there was %  fry high proportion of native tisllc talent which could, if onerlj dtrectad, eomhlna to i.. th) tmateui theatre moveBarbadoa bloh mlghi well l>e nnlfiuc |*iHir lliclion rail I." i moment un I raighi iiust.ik' ii im %  le ul the MJ : i in Barbados is not KO.K1. tluiugh there ..' %  eptionej buf genaralljf speaking. ne is awari dmlrabla i ikualeal quality, bul i iplete .. k nf Insist en i on unsonant OUndS which makes it dlAVult fbl he heaier to distinnutsh one hbour" He thought thai far morg ltt> n • rhouM inriven to ike eholea of play for prrtuetlon whether D) an open dramatic society, by % %  lub or by a school The need lor ...,( DfeM li" llan pla as obvious, but until they cuinu along. It should ba rei lrial England was happih unuau< ally rich in good drama and It | %  m iinfertunata thai with ill had to choose from, the %  omedy, lh> fan %  i irtllar would seem u, ba the only liosen. r, ...iv (nil. i tht kind of theatre, il i not possible to M • %  nous in the mallei f the iliii.rn and for that reusun Inwould end on the same time as on whloh he beg %  l.nhado* have the theatre II de%  i.l let It have It nuick|\." Mi Thomas said that In* theatre should DO) be regarded ai a reward for past work well done, I ut rather In the nature of an Innilj.i i in ..In. li drama might l>e eoughl t.. Ufa and ll ud Bound be revealiii .uid appreciated. Ham TIMES WITH BACKACHE On*gee gkejpMk Massy MOM I 1KB IS NOT so good sffaen *" are rrauMsd -ah back^hs, rkaan-oc D-IOS. snlf. SS saDBoka sod |oiaas. laasbsg.* oe oBsasDoa urAary aa sa r dari due v H UfUmmi BtU DicilKalcii, snliarplul>i In* %  ' Olnisiriil Soothr... II lw..:. ( %  I„'M. (.(.in.... imi.l. I2JI DR. 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\ I ii r sdu II < %  • < 11 %  11 • i • .1 19.20 Barbaras Ilttrocate Prli liVi: CsTNTfl Year "..I U.N. Troops Withdrawl South Of Pyongyang TOK0, D— 4 OVERWHELMING CHIr ESE FORCES still, pouring down through the wid till rocked bj iratejkally uaeftti build,! II. gs wiin nardJy a i>** ... tro n ere forced buck by I Chinese tactics off moving South I kgbl flank I The hastily raorganiM K %  i Htb [In,-. fighting to hold an oul rlV ll Kachangni. 35 mile* Of Pyongyang according to nonif reports. The position or the United Nations 10th Corps in the nortt cast was even more precarious ChlMM continued their U III HI MUM I IHiOWMII 600 Police Guard W. German Capilal BONN k Six bundnd moistta police in to be stationed in Bonn to protect the West German capital. Dr. Robert Le] \ UlDUUrl of the Inicrtof ild todigi They will probably be housed in the former Gallwitz barracks lust outside Bonn. Neiotit\c.iiwere r.oing on well between the Federal Government and 11 W: German Mate* towards the setting up of ; aptclal force ol 1.000 mobile B lUoa sanctioned by Allies. Ihe mister said. Recruit.'* would he taken from 19 to 72 years of aite and would have to sign on (or seven year* Onc-blth would "t llrst consist of older men up to 27 years. Officer*, he said, must be people whose loyalty to the constitution ws beyond question. —Reuter. Women, Children Leave Tonking HANOI. Dec 4. French Authorities tonight announced thut they had decided to evacuate all women and children on the whole Tonking Delta because of the Internal ional situation The rich rice delta Tonking. Of which Hanoi Is the capital has a population of nearly 10.000,000. Vietnam)! Insurgents have menaced this area of 40,530 square miles for some month* and have forced the French to abandon posts on China's border. —Beater. Airman Dies Trying To Avoid Crash TEXAS, Dec. 4. An Atntrlran nlrmnn did in K Darning Jet-tighw hen iBlhs than ullow 11 to crash into the crowd of spectators at an air show. Flight lieutenant James Bradley's F-84 Thunder jet had caught fire after an internal explosion when taking off at Hensley Field Officers who were watching said he could have stopped and escaped, but he chose to fly on over Hi") cars full of spectators at the end of the runway and died when his machine crashed .In the thinly populated area beyond. He van married and left two young children.—Renter. AUSSIES WIN FIRST TEST Australia bcul Kit" land by 70 runs when their first Teat Match ended. Australia made 228 and :t2 for the loss of 7 N i. keK and I ii::l.iml 68 for the loss of 7 wickets and 122. Mint.it, and F. It Brown were associated in a stand. Mutton was unbeaten at the end of play. sards the East toast port* of Hunam, llugnam and Wonaan Their eanfiire would com pletely isolate large Allied forcein the Chosin reservoir area. Tw. rogiments of surrounded United Stales marines, lo-dny lought thenway through into Hagaru. the beleaguered United Nations centre on the southern tip of the frozen Chosin Reservoir. i-ul their position still retained serious. The only way out for these men. some marines and a part of the American Seventh Division and British <*<>tnninndos. Is a narrow i i held by l'o Comi UIIIout 2.400 United Nation., sick and wounded have now been airlifted irom Korean baltl. ospitals in the rear, it was anounced. 750 Dead N'ations warplanes were it in strength over the north stern front to-day. carrying out saw assaults. Fighters and light bemtxrs claimed 750 Chin* %  nd the destruction of 200 vehicles nd two tanks. General MacArthur's retreating forces were estimated to be facing 288.000 Chinese on the Korean battlefield. IW.OOO in the West and 74.000 In the East, according to an Intelligence Officer here The last United Nation* troops north of the Taedong River dividing Pyongyang. withdrew across pontoon bridges to th' South early to-day. according t a frontline report They were the Gloucester rwinlinn and "he British Wll lil g.UH The guns of the British covered their withdrawal. Engineers stooH rcrtdy lo blow up the hrtdger w aoon as the last vehicles of the Blind* which screened the rear of the 8th Army's long trek south crossed the half-frozen river —Renter. US, Stick Together Attlee Says In Washington WASHINGTON. Pe •',. PRESIDENT TRUMAN and Mr. Attle.-, BriliU. Prime Minister, talked for nee.ly here tonight on the worsening military initiation n. Korea. Their llrst meeting took p' .'•' after Mr. Attlee's arrival in Washing'.o... H immediately came to grips with the Korean notary situation. ., . fhelr militarv ohi.t. ..n. n.L-.l 0 mUn| which began :il nd endl 1 e m it wai roowtaj when Mr A„i,,. ,„.i ha tdviNn left th, WUM HOUM ttffough a back %  when th confaraiM brota up. makm,: 11 impoiHbk fol .. T "H.'ts tO MU.-M.m Uwo How i \ou Allli-iTruman statement was tinderstiHKl to txin pref*"""" — airport on 1 n f I ..I.\i. i and Coinpotilion I'ICTURi Rsbrd out tbo bodi 1 A. ,il Heii-k.ii i rmer'Oully. St. TJIOOIAK. wh-ru PaUich. Urn and of Patrick and Maloie. ponato th-net Jhem U thBiothar at Patrick *ud Uric unit >t ... rr diowS foiuiri the bodies Hiierli H! nd on Saturday • flnaUni %  iaouv Vft eniiig. ri-lrruk Quintynt). who lldlctBOAC May Operate Oceasional Flights IX1NDON, Dec. 4. The British Overseas Airway* announced today that they Imped I ec—jonal flights" during the strike of electricians tf lA>ndon Airport. nights on the North American. South American and Far ljt.st routes have already been because of the nine-dayold strike caused by the refusal of 130 electricians to work with two non-union men. The stoppage it estimated to have cost the State-run airline 1250.000 MacArthur Was Right 1.0NDON, Dec. 4. Tho British Government toda> reiterated In the House of Commons that General Douglas Mat Arthur*! rtntSMp lo Korea had been in accordance with United Nations directives. Ernest Davles. Foreign Undersecretary refused lo comment or a statement yesterday by Defence Imanual SolnwvU, I.UKnesting that General Mac Arthui had "gone beyond the objective* which we understood to be the objectives at the beginning ot UN uEnli 'As 0M tontm fseimtary said In the Foreign Affairs det*tt,the objwUvcs o* (.cneral Mac Arthur are no more mid no less than the objective of the Untied Notions' Members heered this statement —Rruler. B.O.A.C. Strike Situation Eased Israeli—Jordan Failed To Agree i i FOURTEEN KILLED SANTIAGO. Chile, Dec. 1. Fourteen people were killed and more than 30 injured in a collision between two I • %  a highway near here last night ell the I which m?l -. %  | Heersheba trie SRI-IHI Bidder of 1 Nations Ch | then app* Council to TEL-A-VIV. Dec. 4. i Armistice Commission ion today alter jroai. .., %  b on tha A.-i.iti: >.(l faik-d to agree on I. Colonel Ik'iuici lit tlelKitim, acting United f of Staff In Palestine, aled to the Security lix the agerubi Reuter LONDON, Dec 4 As a result of a slight easing today of w.e BOAc %  toctridang 1 strike situation, Deputy Iliuh % %  : %  %  MI I... 'Ion. Mr. Frederic Hudd will :.e ..oh to fly to Jamniea on Wednesday in ..nler to keep hlh appointnieiit with Sir William StCpbtOI i of Reading, Jamaica, Director or ihe Britlan Boeurlt] c..rdlnatio i in the Western Hemisphere sin P 1940. The Constellation on which h" will fly will be the first on the Caribbean run since Friday. The BOAC. said they a;. to return to norm %  I• and are flying as and when j., sibie Operational programmes Improved however in i< Trans Atlantic and I I services because of an end of the "go slow* by electricians at Fil ton Airport, Bristol, who are responsible for the maiiib nratOCrustW and ConsloUatio planes. Mr Hudd says thai nil Jamaica has in. I ll i iha Invitation frorn Sir W spend a fort met it %  > hofl da) on th island was extended sometime ago PRIEST LEA VES SICK BED, TO PRA Y BEFORE ETNA As Volcano Erupts Anew fHy PATKK'K (BOSS) CATANIA. ID*c 1. Hie .mall black flgure ol archprint Don Concetto Figh•i. ki % %  \\ on the weal of a ridge mar hento-day ,,nd faced ;. t-i ti'iiliui; lav'i. Etna'f eruption had started anew. Trembling and supposed by two men. Hie 7. I praying (or divine power lo halt the live-vard ln^'h wave of (laming rubble. Lava was remorselessly tpilling into the last drfencek-sH village of Milo. m I %  -. Col ...I'o. ,|,|\ knell facing UM lava .i; he i->;. HI u> pra> Dark arey ash Sunfl al IsMorvakl %  rlii| i ralgg Bva nuaas %  '"'" %  settled on tlnir heads and houlders. gritted on their teeth %  Pot the tighth nighi in : ii< atton ihey had triad to leai throjgh th ipaamodk n •.in t iLvr %  oleann n %  un iYe.terday then celebi mini and f tin eruption M -i H %  %  Bd more hitlei anxiety as fresh Harmud hot out Oldest Tyre itimm Oiw oa i•rrMfaWaal) PORT-OF-SI'AIN, T'dad Mr Kenneth Webster off Arlma, Trinidad, was the re' r$! S currency. foi having the old* us-' oi the world A Tournapull driver .it the Cauia Dam, Mr Webster said that bis winning tyre had been I : >0 hours as proved DJ i, ivirnment records. %  was received from tita Tournapull Company hcadciiurters In the United i prize was won by an Amen %  U.N. Commission For S. West Africa LAKE SUCCESS. Dec -t Tha Tnanaeahlp comnuiiw approve,i || poll II. a Commission for Southwest Africa to examine reports and pel tfOOJ from the territory Heavy Snow Hit Europe LONDON. Dec 4 i. b o: M.tiw v ith diop[pln| temperatures wenrepOTte %  • tern tun i-* to-day Parts ol ibI in', St.,i. %  ;,,-, %  .; iferlni from floods. I Here ar. report, from Renter'. %  i P-rls: A cold spell stfuclt France last night after high winds iraatha* with occa: ow %  .i.mii tb Channel ., The Hague: Another snuwM ii Holland this montlna Pnd a further fall v^. l'ii-t V-.,' luss-nxliisni: 8no an alet t D> to-day in the grip *ith mor N.u-w i) Hraa a cold snell HflUrt JVine Martyrs '. ATICA^I < ITY Dai I %  %  '. %  • entl ii Prag: i | %  fSBDaT fK*ervatera Rtnuso s,.ni on Bauird thai these inartyi s I,. In c the fal Killed %  Oaaarvs 111 %  the a %  he da %  GoH. Unornnal \ %  %  i %  %  I %  13.000 I I I'w" ii< -' tn ..o. of lava %  Llood-red and steaming, ran down Ihe mountainside The biggest stream lasi travt I'IIIK nt eight %  ..i:iig for Mil.. Don Concetto who has known every eruption of Etna for Iha lag 1 half century sal I W. art Ui. ninth day but an eruption like this may last 2u." Already the main liv.-lihood if Ihe villaicha.s b) an avai uated i u and don' %  • 1 i' %  TLnunlainside each beari-y t, s casks of Wllll A'r.Lii ,.,. %  ,,. sl viney r* '••• burt-d in %  • %  Mi oi ... rtH .s and fou' ..i %  %  %  %  . , Hut DOT, , %  '.,, u ay ..nil refua %  .. turn %  of the fi gj tasx d v iiaugs n n i, Una enough yat." he vilhigers urged him to nada of the i.ttle church \,\, 'of Aragrn. snd to carry H m p r o t eea l i r to tha .-"IvaiLing v..ill f I.,,. A rdmg lo village tradition, lava spewing from the gn it I | j .i< n „ i.nlury ago wa> I .'• V t k %  • • H .. -H'ut'i HUiMAN RIGHTS DAY i The Uiitesl Nations Genera! Assembly • %  %  %  HI .,. year as Human (light i the proclamation %  : ihe univaraal da> man Hights b.v the Assembly ort —Rmlrr Heds Planned To Kill Chiefs IU(1 DK JANKIH*). lie. I Federal PoUca Authorities submitted to President Dutra a copy ui the Communlat subversive plan for the eliniin.itini, ,,( 'ate in the Western Ham gphara th. newspaper (iolohn xaid today. Th.paper said (hat the plan, execution started with ittatApt on President Truman is a masterpiece al Hussian prompting tendi^l lo ll %  ,u.d disorganise tb American inteinal front at i moment when the spectre of win looms beforn Hie world". Aaaogd gig i.i Ojjlntto Ihe President will illy study the document re planned by poll. ^ lo deter Communist action. In previous reports the pspt said that police organizations froi several American republics WPI working logjathef u> neutrallro Ihe plan. —RenU-r Stop Uiiiiiiin;: ihiv Aifuthrr Down SAYS NEHRU NKW DELHI D i Minr.t.i Nehru, often a possible inc.li.ibn in I gj %  • ., fed -iii CDunti It (oi aacn OUM ra and lo trj %  • PJ approw h to paai i ..ll India nawiiper a here, hi outlined tha spa he < %  /. issao 'o inn., | iha world, to ... in a new atmosphere, and in to And temporary solution, u .. M lu'ion of long.-r .hit Btlon w". —Reuter. KIRK GOES TO U.S. • %  '.'. t> i .. Alan <; Kirk United untassMdoi In Itoacow tods plane foi Lot lo Washlogtoci Hi -ris going for niuhn" i onMjIlation* and I horl ( hi i itrnas holiday Admiral Kirk wh i p >> b) bin Kirk '.'. Bylni %  i via Berlin I> nnniiiv to i to Nau '. i nch ship Waatai The CU wn Compatition closexi on Daeambai i and Judging took plate v. i"! %  panel of luda was Di Bruce nTamllton afi I w v Oaaf ami Mi Oear g aj II Hunts in iha unaninkoua opinion ol i %  vw i. ada bj t; M Bu %  BBU %  in, I'liti in, i it aranti itn-y srars I rules of UniNatnpaUtlon to disqualify this candidate from till competition. Dp olinhert u tin* "Advocate" today as an article .oid payment will bt made al notinal i.it-The Judgi Ii ctded that n. othsst antry was lufbeJanti] I>II standing to daaarvv Un* fult %  .r f V 1") ..!., d lo reeenuneii Ui I Un i betwi si two compel I tors s Jaim-r llomeleigh." l-.h.Kolly. Clt> %  nil Don-en Barrow. I'liifiv ii %  These two competitors are .i ked BO Call nt the Agvoeate '-• Lid aanl %  itrlias of SI? SO each. Santa Clous Will Arrive In A Hover-plant ASHFoim. Kent, %  u .„\wen in a hovnplane. ,-bl, will i..mi on Noun Modern Ischool playlni On a giant sleigh he will tour tha town collei tn. ua bt %  I itreat i onu i VI lling the huge Irei in Ash ford'l main street Dd| Of i II %  % %  i.. a ii .i .boii uf mOfS than I,SOU will irola. Aim of Aahfford > hlldren'i Day Comiinf... ,. %  -, give the recorMaitianed tea children, Ut.B"Y.o.ibir always %  <<>gather mon aval %  i ,. roi ti > %  i'i .ii.art he descended trtnw th) BOAC Btratai rulaai whMr H.MI lam led him m %  I inaarpcei Attlaa, we.niiig %  spray of white heativ r In tha button hi h black ov.-reoat inilr,! I %  !, etui) iinlutled Dean ACSV SUti Be. i. i.n. Off State, int'ii.ia-r. %  i.. i ,,i, .i %  Hniish Amtxsasadoi BU OUeai Pranks. '.,!.., . Closebfollowtal Altl< Iha pi Pu Ld Mai b.ii su William > biCff Of Iha Imperial Gen. i o Btafff, B t.-rt Scott, i gflea Kxps'it on Far Bastern Afnilra and Robert Hall. ("III. f pj',.' .',r.', \'\: I S.i> un; b. '.'..,s V er\ glad to n SO W..-b l n k b,t l ..t |hl I i %  %  tUlM Attlee adde.t Tha lab I pi peganda attempt of r.imniuiii'ii w to drive hetween oui two peoples. "They an' wasting then effect. And ii>'i.'i ie so than at this Mm when wa are weatna; b> gether under the United Nations B war in which the I'mled State* It carrying MI heavy a share of %  nd when < %  off baa Britlan Conunonwi all our part ".The United State* and the United Kingdom nn 1 tWfl with world Itoth off II .1. : avavy part M the globe turn] ""I tassfful thit s> on Page 3 un Tiif invnr.u Tnr. vrw. Rlni III] lr or Nl.ht. ••THK AI.VOCATE FATS FOR XKWS. SOVIETS WANT PEACE THE CAR PARK at tbs okt foundry alt* had QTSC gov*: |gg I tha -Sjciolng trset yr urdny srbcu \i ll ytctus was taken. MOSCOW. Dee 4 %  of the An,Peace Detonation toled a ten-day visit to Moscow. I^ningrad and Stalingrad, The Leader. Mr Hollanl Roberts, read a statement signed i.legates saying Th.is no da) %  inds that let people want pea..-, need pe., U) our people %  %  going bark mote a peace campaign to demand the restoration of pease Says U.S. Delegfition in Korea and to keen the war away from China. We will also %  eminent to return to a policy off peace iclegation leaving for home to-morrow is taking to the %  ingrad i I 'on which no invader at foot i mbol oi tfforta tM peace, Mr Holland Roberts saht >.i < \' r Koreans or anj othei peoples Ml lb, I Roaae. hmi u .... %  aaeaeassad SENIOR. SErWICE >•.


}

Tuesda

1930



South Of

OVERWHELMING

pouring down through the wide open centre of
the Peninsula were now reported a few miles south-
east of the former northern capital |
The British Commonwealth 27i% Brigade and
the American First Cavalry Division after 1 week

of non-stop action began their retreat from the
Suchon area before dawn,

ered roads choked with

The British 29th Brigade was somewhere in

the same area.



600 Police Guard
W. German Capital

BONN, Dec. 4.

Six hundred mobile police are
to be stationed in Bonn to protect
the West German capital, Dr.
Robert Leht, Minister of the
Interior said today.

They will probably be housed
in the former Gallwitz barracks
just outside Bonn.

Negotiations were soing on
well between the Federal Gov-
ernment and 11 West German
states towards the setting up of

® special force of 3,000 mobile
police sanctioned by Allies, the
Minister said.

Recruits would be taken from

19 to 22 years of age and would
have to sign on for seven years
One-fifth would at first consist of
older men up to 27 years.

Officers, he said, must be
people whose loyalty to the

constitution was beyond question.
—Reuter.



Women, Children
Leave Tonking

HANOI, Dec. 4.

xs Rachbadox

U.N. Troops Withdraw

—_—



WHERE TH

Pyongyaag ,
TOKYO, Dec. 4. |
CHINESE FORCKS still|

moving along snow-cov-
thousands of refugees.

They retreated towards Pyong-
3 till rocked by the demoli-
tions cf strategigally useful build-
j4t.gs with hardly a shot fired, after

ize

troops were forced back by
Chinese tactics of moving South,
down their exposed right flank.

The hastily reorganised South
Kerean 8th Division was bitterly
fighting to hold an _ outflanking
drive at Sachangni, 35 miles

south-east of Pyongyang according
to some reports,

The position of the United Na-
tions 10th Corps in the north-
east was even more precarious
today, as Chinese continued their
crive towards the East coast ports
of Hunam, Hugnam and Won-
san. Their capture would com-
pletely isolate large Allied forces
in the Chosin reservoir area,

Two regiments of surrounded
Unitec States marines, to-day
fought their way through into
Hagaru, the beleaguered United

Nations centre on the southern tip
of the frozen Chosin Reservoir,
but their position still remained
serious,

The only way out for these men,
some marines and a part of the
American Seventh Division and
British Commandos, is a narrow
winding road held by two Com-
munist Divisions, which runs to
Wcascn, 40 miles to the southeast

About 2,400 United Nations sick
and wounded have now been air-

PICTURE shows Farmer's Gully, St. Thomas, where Patrick, Uric and

Avril Benskine, (inset) is the mother of Patrick and Uric and



Was Right
As Volcano

LONDON, Dec. 4.



ne

MacArthur PRIEST LEAVES SICK BE
TO PRAY BEFORE ETNA





DROWNED

found the bodies floating.
aMas of Maiorie. She is now left

Erupts Anew



Majorie were drowned on Saturday evening, Frederick Quintyne, who
fished out the bodies of Patrick and Majoric, points to the spot where he {



Price:
FIVE CENTS
Wear 535










Attlee Says In
Washington

WASHINGTON, Dev. 4.
RESIDENT TRUMAN and Mr. Attlee, British
Prime Minister, talked for nearly two hours
| here tonight on the worsening military situation ti
Korea, Their first meeting took place six hours
after Mr. Attlee’s arrival in Washington, and they
immediately came to grips with the Korean mill

ry situation.
= Their military chiefs attended the meeting which began
at 5 p.m. and ended at 6.45 p.m, It was snowing werd 7
Attlee and his advisers left the White House through '
back door when the conference broke up, making it a
sible for reporters to question them. However, a J01
Attlee—Truman statement was understood to be in pre-







ee Attlee arriving at Washington

r airport on a cold bleak morning
told 200 reporters that the Com

’ I C B C munists were wasting their efforts

2 Tie n Ae e ®@| in trying to split the British and

| American peoples

“Trouble always brings us to

Competition

yether more closely than ever”, he
said,
The Cleaner Bridgetown Com- President Truman nad a warm

handclasp for the Prime Minister
as he descended from the special

petition closed on December 1
and judging took place yesterday



The panel of judges was Dr.|}Ro0.A.C Stratocruiser which
Bruce Hamilton, Mr. I, W. V.} had landed him and his advisers
———————— Gale and Mr, George H, Hunte. | at the airport.



Attlee, wearing a spray of white

opinion | of heather in the button hole of his

suggestion

. In the unanimous
e€ anne the Judges, the best

was made by G, M. Birkett, but] black overcoat smiled broadly in
= ® > se . entr sxxceeded 200: greeting.
To Kill Chiefs os cena Po ows ae Sire ; Others meeting the British party
; rules of the competition to dis- | included Dean Acheson, United
; . qualify this candidate from the: States Secretary of State, member +
Py potted tei : : lof the United States Cabinet and

to an Intelligence Officer here.

The last United Nations
troops north of the Taedong River
dividing Pyongyang, withdrew
across pontoon bridges to the
South early to-day, according tc
a frontline report.



Airman Dies Trying
To Avoid Crash

TEXAS, Dec. 4.

: . ; : They were the Gloucester

ne A: en acd i died <2 Rettalion and the British 29th
aming Je -hgn “r Cre Laine Brigade.
than allow it to crash into the |” ‘The guns of the British covered
— of spectators at an ai |i cir withdrawal. Engineers stooc

Flight Lieutenant James Brad- ‘Te’dy to blow up a ee ee
ley’s F-84 Thunderjet had caught Soon as the last vehicles of th
fire after an internal explosion ae eae ann ret
i taki ff at Hensley Field. | of the 8th Army's tong trek sou
wie pers <0 ; crossed the half-frozen river
Officers who were watching —Reuter.



said he could have stopped and
escaped, but he chose to fly on
over 100 cars full of spectators at
the*end of the runway and died
when his machine crashed in the
thinly populated area beyond.

He was married and left two
young children.—Reuter.

BOAC May Operate
Occasional Flights

LONDON, Dee. 4.

The British Overseas Airways
announced today that they hoped
to operate ‘‘occasional flights”
\during the strike of electricians at
London Airport.

Regular flights on the North
American, South American and
Far East routes have already been
cancelled because of the nine-day-
old strike caused by the refusal
of 130 electricians to work with
two non-union men.

The stoppage is estimated to
have cost the State-run airline
£ 250,000.—Reuter,



AUSSIES WIN
FIRST TEST:

Australia beat England

by 70 runs when their

first Test Match ended.

Australia made 228 and

32 for the loss of 7 wickets
and England 68 for the |;
loss of 7 wickets and 122. |!
Hutton and F. R. Brown |
{



Israeli— Jordan
Failed To Agree

TEL-A-VIV, Dec. 4.
and Jordan members of
Armistice Commission
here today after yes-

were associated in a
stand, Hutton was un-
: beaten at the end of play.

| Israeli
ithe mixed

FOURTEEN KILLED which met



terday’s armed clash on the Aylat- }

SANTIAGO, Chile, Dec, 4.) Beersheba. Road failed to agree on

a Fourteen people were killed; the agenda, Colonel Benner De
and more than 50 injured in a' Ridder of Belgium, acting United

collision between two buses on! Nations Chief of Staff in Palestine,

a highway near here last night. |then appealed to the Security

—(CP). Council to fix the agenda.-Reuter.







ft

=o: ann

THE CAR PARK at the old foundry site had over flowed ito tl i
Picture was taken |



CAR PARK OVERFLOWS



Affairs debate the objectives of. on Concetto,

sis
ors, ‘left his “hospit.
nearby town of Catania three/to deter Communist action.
days after an operation, to return In previous reports the paper
to his menaced parish. said that police organizations from
Villagers followed several Arnerican republics were

is ai personally
General Mac Arthur are no more’ the

and no less than the objectives of
the United Nations”. Members
cheered this statement.—Reuter. |

Oldest Tyre

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, T’dad.



his bent



Mr. Kenneth Webster of || figure at dawn to-day as he was| Working together to neutralize
Arima, Trinidad, was the re- helped slowly up the slope to the | the plan.
cipient of $15 U.S. currency, edge of the ravine. —Reuter.
|

for having the oldest tyre in
use in the world, A Tourna-
pull driver at the Caura
Dam, Mr. Webster said that
his winning tyre had been
in use 10,750 hours as proved



They knelt facing
| he began to pray.
Dark grey ash flung at intervals
from the roaring crater five miles
| Above settled on their heads and

the lava as

Situation Eased
(From Our

Stop Running One
Another Down

Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec. 4
As a result of a slight easing
tcday of the B.O.A.C. electricians’









i : E by anes c alkane | shoulders, gritted on their teeth

strike situation, Deputy High This | Ane Wheminalot teu and stung their eyes. SAYS NEHRU
Geernsasicnar of Canada in Lon- the Tournapull Company For the eighth night in suc-

abie ~. Frederic Hudd will be headquarters in the United cession they had tried to sleep NEW DELHI, Dec, 4

eS e to y to Jamaica on Wednes- | States. The second ‘prize was | through the spasmodic rearitg otf Prime Minister Nehru, often
day in order to keep his appoint- | won by an American in Cali- |} the biggest active voleano in|named a a possible mediator in
ment with Sir William Stephens». fornia. Europe the growing East-West crisis, on



of Reading, Jamaica, Director of
the British Security Co-ordinatio.: |
in the Western Hemisphere since

Yesterday their celebrations at
the seeming end ef the eruption
turned to a new and more bitter

Sunday urged all countries to stop
running each other down and to
try a new approach to peace





1940,

Heavy Snow














anx as cS a Addressing an all-Indiz ‘WS-
The Constellation on which he | gh — flame sud- paper editors cantarente hare, he
cone will be the — on the e ae ere oD of lava, | Outlined these other steps he con-
Saribbean run since Friday, The H t E : P| ees lyf ane, | Siders necessary to bring peace to
B.O.A.C. said they are unabl> | 1 urope ere steaming, JT49/ the world, to consider problems
to return to normal schedule yet bi: ie vo mountainside Thelin a new atmosphere, and try to)
and are flying as and when pos- LONDON, Dec. 4. eee eam last reported | find temporary solution, then seek
sible. Operational programmes im- | Heavy falls of snow with drop-| ‘@velling at eight yards en hour! 4 solution of longer duration.—CP)
proved however in .respect co!| ping temperatures were reported Do. ears oe oe .
Trans - Atlantic and Caribbean ,{rom Western Eurepe to-day on Concetto who has known} .., :
1 ‘ -di Ons +
services because of an end of the! Parts of the United States are suf-|°V€ry eruption of Etna for the last) Spx Ask Put Chinese
“go slow’ by electricians at Fil» | fering from floods, ee said: “We are at the
ton Airport, Bristol, who are re- Here arc reports from Reuter's ninth day but an eruption like
sponsible for the maintenance of | correspondents: this. may last 20.” Already the Issue On Agenda
| Stratocruiser and Constellation | paris: A cold spell stfucit| Main livelihood cf the village has} _. Fi att :
planes. | France last night after high winds.| P©@N evacuated—mules and don- FLUSHING MEADOWS, Dec. 4
Mr. Hudd says that his visit to /Clear cold weather with occa-|k€ys plodded down the mountain-|_, Delegations of Cuba, Ecuador, |
Jamaica has no business angle: |sional snow along the Channe!|*ide each bearing two casks of }fâ„¢ance, Norway, Britain and the|
ia invitation from Sir William t jand North Sea coast was forecast,| this year’s wine pies oa S to-day wired atl
spend a fortnight’s holiday on the The 2 . Already some villagers’ be nited Nations Secretary Genera
‘ - : . a : . . a & ager est], |
island was extended sometime | ‘ s en" ADOT SNOW=! vineyards lie buried un ler seven} Trysve Lie asking that the item|
ee | storm swept Holland this morning “ed ancer sey i ntien of Central Peoples’ |
REY, |ond a further fall was predicted.| 7848 Of grey rock and four voi- | ne eit of the Peovles’ Re
. ar Frost was also expected tages on one side of a ravine have} MOVernment o , eer aT eee
U.N. Commission Copenghagen: “Baow ana ebse| Mmaiees: |public of China in Korea” be
For S. West Africa ielj over the most of Denmark| _ But Don Concetto to-day still) Sresent ne ape ee me a oe
nts s jearly this morning with more on| *@fused to turn to the “last res) Rucembiye ; :
| LAKE SUCCESS, Dec. 4 lthe way. Eastern Norway was ts” of the frightened village | The Todas ‘ to: le” peciineton
The Trusteeship Committee |to-day in the grip of a cold spell, “There is time enough yet,” hel ii 31 tne item, be put on the weendal
approved a resolution appointing! —Reuter, | “aid when villagers urged him to! a a Oteaporten eye ean
ae un t l ana



ake an image of the Madonna|
from the little church built in 1338 %

by “Queen Joan of Aragen, and

Nine Martyrs \«

urgent
uestion,” |
It added



rica to examine reports and pet’

ja Commission for Southwest Af- |
tions

that “ar explanatory |

from the territory.







—Reuter | carry it in procession to the memormcum will tolow »
- — - } advancing wall of fire” ~—Reuter.

{ VATICAN CITY, Dec, 4 According to village tradition, | -
Commenting cn the sentencing | lava spewing from the great erup-

|< nine Czech priests in Pragu tien a century ago was halted 5 | KIRK GOES TO U.S.
the Vatican newspaper Osserva-| an image at the out kirt f at MOSCOW, Dec. 4
tore an said on Saturdz) | village.-—Reuter. | Admiral Alan G. Kirk United
that these martyrs liv in tl _— {States Ambassador in Moscow
minds of all the faithful. | HUMAN RIGHTS DAY left Moscow today in a specia!
Killed in their spirit Osserva American plane for London or
tore said ‘hat the auxiliary bisho; FLUSHING MEADOWS, Dec. 4! hi way to Washington

ef Olemuc and ni eight com- The United Nations Gener 1; He was going for routine
panions are lost as from Mond Assembly to-day invited all naj consultations and a short Christ-
in the darkness jaij only be-| tions “and interested organisa- | mas holiday

cause they kept faith to the law « tions” to adopt December 10 each | Admiral Kirk who was acccr
God Unofficial Vatican sources}year as Human Rights Day ‘o panied by Mrs, Kirk was flying
et the figure of the priests killed,|celebrate the proclamation «f to London via Berlin

deported, or imprisoned in iro’ }the universal declaration of Hu- He was panning to travel on
curtain countries to a figure abov [man Rights by the Assembly oa to New York in a French ship
13,000 —C.P. December 10 —Reuter

—Reuter.





SOVIETS WANT PEACE









MOSCOW, Dec. 4 - Another spokesman
Nineteen members U.S Del t Mr ard Upahu
of the American Says e e ega ton aid the inhere it de
Peace Delegation to- ire of Americ
; day ended a ten-day visit to in Korea and to keep the war people for peace would prevent
Moscow, Leningrad and Stalin- away from China. We will also the use of the atom bornk ainst
grad, The Leader, Mr. Holland induce the United States Gov- Koreans or any other people
| Roberts, read a statement signed ernment to return to a policy Answering. a qu n. Mr. Ro
the delegatés saying “There of peace.” bert said that Mr ae
no doubt in our minds that American former Assistant
j hie Soviet people want peace, The delegation leaving for torney General 10 Was the
} need pe e and extend the hand home to-morrow is taking to the ie peaks riticise the
{ f peace to our people United States a handful of Stal Communist t the recent!
ingrad soil ‘on which no invader Par i W eace Cor
We going back to p has ever set foot mbol of es | on wi
rd when i nu 2 peace mpaign t le- t Soviet-Amer efforts for eve
} mand the restoration peace peace, Mr. Molland Roberts sal@ movement.—Reuter.



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French Authorities tonight | lifted from Korean battle zones, to| The British Government today | Federal Police Authorities sub-| COâ„¢Petition. British Ambassador Sir Oliver
announced that they had decided | hospitals in the rear, it was an-|"eiterated in the House of Com- ; = mitted to President Dutra a copy The suggestion is published in] Franks
See ar ween ant | Rounoed. mons that General Douglas Mac | (By PATRICK CROSS) of the Communist subversive plan] the ‘Advocate’ today as an{ Attlee’s plane! landed at a mile
children on the whole Tonking 750 Dead Arthur's strategy in Korea had} /; for the elimination of several] article and payment will bo] itary air transport service aero-
Delta because of the _ inter- United Nations warplanes were hae cme with United | CATANIA, Dec. 4 } Manne the Western] made at normal rates drome between heavy showers.
i i vut i 1 , > +th- ‘ B. ] The sms . A paiainn ' ; : Pana smisphere, ie news| ” The Judges decided that 1 "
Bi aly gg tae out ere oe Ps el aber Ernest Davies, Foreign Under- The small black figure of archpriest Don Concetto Figh Oglobo said today, ne woe ernie sulnnatr eat Closely following Attlee out of
of which Hanoi is the capital|heavy assaults. Fighters and ‘ight Secretary refused to comment or era knelt on the crest of a ridge near here to-day and faced} The paper said that the plan,} standing to deserve the full| the plane were Field Marshal Sir
has a population of nearly 10,000,-! bombers claimed 750 Chinese. dead ldniner Gace a by — 4 mountainside of boiling lava. awhaee execution Pegi with} prize money of $25.00 and| William Sii Chief of the Im-
eee : ata h ae | ister anue. hninwell, sug- Mina’s er 2 : 1@ recent attempt on resident] decided recommend that the rial General Staff, Robert Scott,
ietabioh Insurgents have — aaa eo gesting that General Mac Arthur | . eo staged auRws _{Truman is a masterpiece of Sxien bs dividied: equally between ealen' Oikos Expert on Far
iit tein eee ee 40.080 red wo ae ee a ac~thad “gone beyond the objectives | _ trembling and suppoxted by two men, the 70-year-old }Russian prompting tended toltwo competitors: S, James] astern Affairs and Robert Hall,
this , rthurs retreating forces were|which we understood to be the} priest was praying for divine power to halt the five-v: {{weaken and disorganise — the] « sleigh,” os F ity ' ne : viser
square miles for some months!;, 9 w estimated to be facing| obj tiie the’ Maakont | : : 5 } ° e tive-yare on k g Homeleigh,” Lakes Folly, City " Chief Economie Adviser
and have forced the French to|9¢g000 Chinese on the Korean the affair” at the beginning of| high wave of flaming rubble, Ot aoe ee wee i ‘jand Doreen Barrow, Prospect,, Saying he was very glad to
s , : 4 : , re 5 3 shi } P P n Cc : : se amin me oa 7 ‘ e or “Y
abandon posts on Cr oe battlefield, 194,000 in the West] Davies added: “As the Foreign | Lava was remorselessly Spilling into the last defence-) jooms before the word", Aneoed. oh, Fee, Sve Cee SRne ear’
—ens* {and 74,000 in the East, according | Secretary said in the Fortign' _less_v’ village of Milo, ; ‘ling to Oglobo the President will] These two competitors are | Me ee" Sie

“The latest propaganda attempt
of Communism is to drive a wedge
between our two peoples.

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And never more so than at this
time when we are waging to-
gether under the United Nations
a war in which the United States
is carrying so heavy a share of
the burden and where we of the

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Carub Calling

ADY STOW was at Seaweil
yesterday afternoon, to méet
Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Flemming

who arrived on B.W.1.A St
Lucia flight

Mr. Flemming who is in the
Government Service in St. Lucia
will be leaving Barbados on
Thursday by the Golfito. He is

going home on long leave

Toronto Solicitor

R. F. A. WATSON of Toronto

arrived from St. Lucia yes
terday afternoon by 8B.W.1A, to
spend a month’s holiday in Bar-
bados. Starting from the Bahamas,
Mr. Watson has been touring the
Caribbean and from here he may
go to England. Mr. Watson is a
solicitor in Toronto

Educational Adviser
R. S. A. HAMMOND, Eduea-
tional Adviser to C.D. and
W., returned from St. Lucia yes-
terday afternoon by H.W.1.A,
Canadian Aviation
R. AND MRS. RONALD A.
KEITH who leave Barbados
on Wednesday are from Canada,
where Mr. Keith is Editor of
Canadian Aviation. They are
guests at the Ocean View Hote},
and have been here since Novem:

ber 25.
Short Visit
R. AND MRS. T. SYDNEY

KINCH, who were in ‘frini-
dad on a short visit, returned on
Sunday by B.W.1A.

Touring W.1.

R. AND MRS. JAMES COR-

BALLIS arrived from Trini-
dad yesterday morning by B.W.1.A.
A farmer in Ireland, Mr. Corballis
is on holiday atd he and his
wife are touring several of the
W.I. islands. They have already
visited Tobago and from here they
are ‘going to Antigua. When their
holiday is over they will be re-
turning to Barbados to leave for
England by ship,

Arriving In January
R. NEVILLE D. OSBORNE
formerly of the Income Tax
Department, Barbados, and recent.
ly collector of taxes, Income Tax
Department, British Guiana, has
been appointed Assistant Income
Tax Commissioner, Barbados,
Mr. atid Mrs. Osborne are ex-
pected to arrive in Barbados by
the Lady Nelson early in Janu-~
ary.



ADMIRE the patience (and

public spirit) of the gentleman
who, having read in his paper that
snails were flown to Persia the
other day, 3,000 miles in eighteen
hours, sat down to work out how
long it would have taken them to
get there under their own steam,
as it were.

His calculations are a purely
academic exercise, becduse no
snail would live long enough to
complete the journey on foot. He
Would either horn a lift from some
speedier animal, or turn back after
a yecr or so. Sensible snails should
read Alphonse Karr's “Voyage
Autour de Mon Jardin”. As Pas-
eal said, all the trouble in the
snail world comes from their in-
ability to remain contentedly in a
corner of a garden. Far bettet be
eaten by an English thrush than
a foreign one.

Mrs. Mulhuish Interviewed
“J T was ever so,” said Emma

Mulhuish, in a statement
made to the Press: “I never did
think as ’ow I'd get ’ome. I didn't.
I was eatin’ a sangwidge when the
rocket went plop, and there I was
in a ‘ole, so T couldn't see nothin’!
I didn’t like to leave the rocket for
fear it went orf without me. Then
I rung up ‘ome and arst the doctor
‘ow I was ter get back from the
sun or moon or whatever it was.
I couldn’t get sense out of ’im, so
I got out of the rocket, and lor, I
couldn’t see nothin’ but this
enormouse ‘ole all round me.

en I took a step I found meself
sailin’ sky’igh. I ‘ad the radio in

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Ltd., in_ Trinidad. Mrs. Johnstone
is the former Rosemary Smellie¢,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Smellie of Trinidad.

They are spending their hone
moon at Sam Lord’s

Week+end Arrival
M*® ROY SKINNER, represen-

Housewives’
(iuide

Prices for English Pota-
toes and Onions in the local
market when the Advocate
checked yesterday were:—
English Potatoes, 9 cents

per Ib
Onions, 18 cents per Ib. .

Poppy Bridge

BYE’ year most of the parishes
of the island, make an effort
the

POCKET CARTOON
by OSBERT LANCA
on io raise
5 League.
Organisers in St. Peter have now
| organised a Bridge Drive which
dep, os will take place on Friday, Dee,
is ; 8th at thé Marine Hotel. Thirty

five tables have already been
booked .

Farewell Party

ai Ts British Council gave a

_ Farewell Party for Mr.
|} Charles Thomas, at their head-
17 quarters “Wakefield” yesterday
afternoon. He leaves Barbados on
Thursday, returning to England by
the Golfito.

r. Thomas of the British
Drama League, came to Barbados
a couple of months ago under the
auspices of the British Council.

Managing Director

R. CHARLES A, JACK, Man-
aging Director of W. S.
Robertson and Co., Lid., San Fer-
nando, Trinidad, and Mrs. Jack,

per

funds for Poppy



tative of the National Cash

Register Co,, arrived from Taigpi-

dad over the week-end, to s

a couple of weeks’ holiday, in

Barbados., He is staying at ke

Windsor Hotel.

Spent Honeymoon Herd
R. and MRS. DESMonp| 5-B.C. PROGRAMME

“BULLIE” HAMEL-SMITH

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1950
7 am. The News,

748



in Barbados returned On. _ SORRY, Spesking,
Parad@, 8.15 a.m. Let's
9 a.m. Close Down, 12 noon The
1210 p.m. News Analysis,



They were staying at the Ocean
View Hotel.

M*:
Engineer of International] 2.2¢ p.m.
Aeradio Ltd, was among the} News

Radio Theatre, 4

yesterday afternoon by
With Barclays Bank

ISS YVETTE BRANCKER|
who was in Barbados for
two weeks’ holiday returnede@to
Trinidad over the week-end by
B.W.LA, She was

B.W.LA.| 3.50 p.m
{from London, 6
“*gland, 6.20 p.m

Pm, Australia

News Analysis,
Guest Night,
Arthur Blis:,
#15 p.m
pm

745 p.m. Talk by
8 p.m.
United Nations
Composer of the







vieah accompanied by their daughter friends in Worthing. ° Miss‘ wealth, to p.m. ‘the News, 1 Bm.
Would you be interestea Jacqueline Deanna, are at presentPprancker is with Barclays Bank -°™ “6 aon Riek from ‘Britain,
to leatn that a world in Barbados for a few weeks’¥i, Port-of-Spain. l! pm. British Concert Hall,
shortage is likely to produce holiday. They are guests at the
boom cond tions shortly on Hotel Royal. ’ °
the mur ale market?” Rupert’s Autumn Primrose—26
Sid ets aan Intransit iotediiaal
R. SYDNEY FLOOK and Mr. a ; en] (ee oe
Cocoa And Cocoanuts Cecil Chambers of Mite- * v
M*® and Mrs, Beavan Archi- patrick Graham in Trinidad
bald arrived from Tobago

arrived yesterday by B.W.LA.
They leave this morning by

B.G. Airways for Deminica.
Sydney was here in September

with his brother for a sMert holi-

yesterday via Trinidad by B.W.1.A
They were accompanied by thei”
two children. Mr. Archibald who
is a cocoanut and cocoa grower

in Tobago told Carib that thoy day. ,
have ¢ome over for a month's \
holiday. One of his reasons for Transferred ‘
choosing Barbados is that he ANTHONY CUTHBERT?

didn’t want to see any cocoa or
cocoahuts in bulk during his en-
tire holiday.

They are staying at the Marine

R
M SPURLING, Trinidad’s Sol-
icitor-General, who has_ been
transferred to The Gambia, West
Africa as a Puisne Judge, will be

”

“This is my grandfather,”’ says
Mary as she introduces Rupert. The

you can
us to

have ¢
see them in the aut

Hotel, among the intransit passengers on old gentleman sits down and looks clanes can’t stand so mueh flower-

First Visit che Golfito which arrives here keenly at Rupert. And what is a fem. Somebody is playigg , tricks

R. and MRS. EVERT BLIJD on Thursday. lithe bear doing bere?" be asks with my garden, but who is and

arrived from Trinidad yes- This gives Rupert a chance to tell ens | lis tt

terday morning by B.W.1LA. Honeymooners his story and explain why wm ety iis - is exons pert,

Dr. and Mrs, Blijd are from A RRIVING ftom Trinidad on at TOE OR a En WOT sid aubat | ean Ged any clans? â„¢

Paramaribo and have been holi- Suhday by B.W.LA, were
daying in Trinidad for the past Mr. and Mrs. David Johnstone

eighteen days. They have come
over to see what Barbados is like
and plan to be here for at least
two weeks,

This is their first visit here.

PLAZA Theatre = QisTIN

To-day & To-motrow—5 & 8.30 p.m. (Monogram'y Double)
i t Roland as Cisco Kid in Jimmy WAKELY in =
SGAY. CAVALIER” & “SONG OF THE SIERRAS

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THURSDAY (Only) 5 & 8.30 p,m.—(Monogram’s Double)

Johnny Mack BROWN in Jimmy WAKELY in af
“OVERLAND TRAILS” “SONG OF THE DRIFTER’

MIDNITE SHOW: SATURDAY 9TH
Double Feature (To be Announced)

who were married in Trinidad on
Saturday. Mr. Johnstone is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Johnstone of Trinidad and a
Director of Wilson and Johnstone













































and

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me ‘and, and presinkly the doctor
‘e rung up and ’e tole me what to
do. I lep back and pressed the
doin’s like ‘e tole me an’ 'ere I
am. I never saw less in me life.
If that was the moon anyone can
‘ave it, not me, It was ever so.”
End of Message

WROTE recently, I hope with

becoming sympathy, of a film
producer's search for a donkey
with a pleasing smile. to play the

G, ABET YW (the Garden) ST. JAMES

, , le)

TODAY AND TOMORROW-—8.30 p.m. (Monogram'’s Doub!

Warren DOUGLAS in Jimmy WAKELY a.
“INCIDENT” —and— “SONG OF THE DRIFTE

THURSDAY and FRIDAY 8.30 pam. (Monogram’s Double)
Johnny Mack BROWN in “CROSSED TRAILS” and
Jimmy WAKELY in “TRAIL TO MEXICO’

MATINEE : Sunday 5 p.m.
“CISCO KID RETUR



&







heroine in a new film, I now learn Actoss == . ee

that two directors gave the two 1. You'll age oy fog the airman

most. promising candidates an anejtetouneds (4 8) CLUB) CINEMA (Members Only)
audition, The loser bit one direc- 7 At uberty. (4)

tor and Kicked the other. The A espect. (3) TO-NIGHT AT 8.30

winner, I believe, went off to the .» May be a drone, (3)

Stork Club with a_ well-known Diese cuuis ave red tow |
donkey employed by the Gabowitz '. are Pg | not consume the
Traction Company, ahd seid be- jy, Spiray, ‘(2 USte thls. (9)

tween mouthfuls of hay, “We are 18. Shh be made to loBe
hou!

“HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN’

batire
? and many other well known Stags
A Warner Bros. Picture

AQUATI









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just friends.” 40. ribet, nou may buy W it need
For Anglers 11. Pickpookets. perhaps. (6) WEDNESDAY AT 5 & 8.30 P.M.
NDER the Immature Sea Fish “* The Mme of evening. (8) THURSDAY NIGHT AT 8.30
Aiais’ (oaeiiees die Meee vown BETTE DAVIS | —o— GLENN FORD
Order, immature fish, | 1. Phe intervening time, (9) in “A STOLEN LIFE
caught, must be put back in the 9° Gonfused with shame. (7) A Warner Bros. Picture
sea, With a muttered word of s. Bota to og per? (4)
apology. That is all very well, but Viney getting this from a cat's
does an ovetgrown baby fish y 492% ori eg ra : E
count as immature? A great 11 All is Hot well with this clue. (7)
gangling dab may be a mete in- !2. i eau make a pot lie. (6) r
ri i dage. (4
fant. What _are you to do with j§ Child's topieat Alpine: 4a) BRIGHTEN
him? The Order is — on ae 1%, Mineral from foreign lands. (3) -
point, Again. a tiny fish may Be suiution ot vesterday's pussie._-Across .
full-grown and in his prime, both | and S"bown Timeexsireds 5 worst ; Wy
cae ' ss ;. . Down, Arttulness; 9, Ecarte; Ll, All; 18 os

physically and mentally. Is he to xeniiy.Afa'ugine ya Boarte: 12. Ally 1% YOUR =

side like a cast-off Reich: 22, ‘Pars! 28° ? 95° Gat: a7 *
wave, ‘merely ‘peca\lge of his size? Grew > dianodie. arp te ‘ -
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rr =e ee
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To-day to Thursday Last Two Shows To-day

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Columbia Whole Serial

“THE SPIDERS WEB”

Starring

Warren HULL —
Iris MEREDITH

20th C.-Fox presents .

“WHERE THE
SIDEWALK ENDS”

Starring

Dana ANDREWS
Gene TIERNEY
with

Gary MERRILL &

Bert FREED

ROXY

Last Two Shows. To-day
4.30 and 8.15 p.m.

and
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OLYMPIC

Today and Tomorrow 4.30
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: ‘ George RAFT
Republic Whole Serial ex
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Jack PERRIN Stephen DUNNE

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U.S., U.K. Stick
Together |

1950





“A new picture of Mr. Walter Gifford



t @ From Page 1

we should come together. The aim |
of our talks is to align our policies |
in the new and troubled situation !

Mary M. Lewis, MV. C. L
Sch. Phyllis, Mark, M.V

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

HARBOUR LOG

In Carlisle Bay

Sch. Loudalpha, Sch Anita H.. M.V
Blue Star, M.V. Preciw, Yacht Tern LI,
Yacht Axelle, Sch. W. L. Eunicia, Sch

7ita Wonita, Sch. Gloria Henrietta, Sch
Rosarene,

Sch. Frances W. Smith, Sch
M, Tani,
Lady Joy, Sch.

Enterprise 8., Sch. Gardenia W.,~Seh

to a settlement. ft Grin Sch Mary Pee
American officials said that re- : ' ARRIVALS

ports that the President and the Schooner Everdene, 68 tons net, Capt.

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in the World, and to find the means |
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Premier were to make “‘a peace or
war” decision were exaggerated
But they admitted that the states-
men were concerned with finding
@ way to stop the Korean conflict
becoming World War Three.

Observers here thought that
President Truman and Attlee
would quickly reach an agreement
on another try at reconciling
major differences between East
and West.

They were then thought likely
to get down to finding a common
formula on the allocation of raw
materials within the western
world.—Reuter.





"ORANJESTAD"
BRINGS CHEESE

|
DUTCH Steamship Oranjestad
landed at Barbados some 1,275
crates and
875 crates
60 cases of cheese and 48 cases of



100 bags of potatoes,
and 500 bags of onions. THTS is the iatest picture of the new WARNS tbbbes Aiebdssaser 0 7



: i ,| Britain, Mr. Walter 8. Gifford, and his wife. It was taken in the

po le gaa Antwerp, over the| grounds of their home, Thimble Farm, North Castle, New York.
She also brought supplies ot

beer, apple sauce, cauliflower,

peas and carrots, vegetables for

soup, tinned goods, bacon, meat
preserves, rolled oats, linseed, oil
stoves and tools from Antwerp

British Engineer Plans

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Motor vessel Canadian Con-|

U.S. Experts are interested

_ UNITED STATES aviation experts are studying plans

for a safe airship evolved by a retired British engineer.

He is Mr. W. N. Alcock, of
Dumbuek Crescent, Dumbarton.

the week-end, brought cartons of
tinned butter, canned meats and
supplies of oranges.

The Canadian Constructor left
port last might for Canada after
loading a quantity of molasses for
Halifax.



structor which also arrived 2

For many years Mr. Alcock omi mb Wi
Saar renee oe has been convinced that the only At ac Bo ill
“ ” way to achieve safe, cheap and W
SEDGEFIELD really comfortable air travel was Mean orld War
to reintroduce the airship, m
FOR REPAIRS _. | Friends told him he was crazy. -TITO-
WITH rust covering her high|They pointed to the R-101 disas- =
set hull and moss, the boitom,/ter and failure of the German

BELGRADE, Dee. 4.

the French motor vessel Sedgefield | Graf Marshal Tito warned to~da:;

Zeppelins as proof that

that

sailed into Barbagéos Sunday |lighter-than-air craft were no tomic bom
morning to undergt repairs on | good. Rone 2 pose = i
ary dock. Patient Checking tathomable consequences” and lead

She took her bertk alongside
the dry dock yesterday awaiting
the launching of the Emeline
which was also undergoing re-
pairs,

Captain Valentin Deric told the
Advocate that local docking facil-
pre made him bring the Sedge-
field to Barbados for docking. In
Martinique, from where the ves-
sel arrived, docking 1s not as con-
venient as in Barbados.

The Sedgefield is only six years
old. She was built as a passenger-
freighter. She has made her first
call to Barbados. Her Captain and
crew speak French only.

CLERKS’ UNION HAS
500 MEMBERS

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov. 30.

The recently formed Clerks’
Union in Port - of - Spain is
receiving members. daily. The
roll is now over 500 and soon
classes to instruct members in
trade union practices will be
held.

LEAD IN THE EYES

TWENTY-EIGHT-YEAR-OLD
Reginald Gibbs of My Lord’s Hill
and 48-year-old Goldbourn Black-
ett of Haggatt Hall, two plumbers|days or in default one month’s
of the Water Works “Department | imprisonment was imposed
were carried to the General Hos-|on Charles Flemming of Small
pital last night and received treat- | Town, St. John, by His Worship

But Mr. Alcock kept going. He
patiently checked reports and
findings of every recorded airshid
mishap,

to the extension of the conflict into
@ world war. -

1 ‘ An official Yugoslav news agency
His conclusion? Although the |gave these answers he made to
conventional airship was strong]a questionnaire submitted by
as a whole, its individual parts |Kingsbury Smith, European man-

were weak, : ager of the International News
Now he has designed an airship | Service.

which he thinks has none of the
early failings. 1. What do you think should be
He calls it the “pneumaship,” | done in view of the latest develop-
because its construction is on the }ments in Korea? Do you think
lines of a pneumatic tyre and.is |it would now be possible to avoid
designed, he says, to stand as |extension of the Korean conflict ?
much strain. Do you believe the danger for
Europe has increased as the result

Glass ‘Skin’ of the latest developments in
Able to touch down on land oF | Korea?

sea, the ‘“pneumaship” will have
‘an outer skin of specially-proofed Answer: As regaras the latest
glass fibre fabric, a material as |developments in Korea, I think it
strong as steel. would be possible to avoid exten-
Running from stem to stetn sion of that conflict if the United
and dispensing with the compli- |Nations do not for one moment
cated arftangement of struts an’ }lose sight of the fact that what is
most for mankind in

spars, will be a system of pneu- important
these fateful times is to prevent a

matic tubes.
Says the inventor: “In collision | new world catastrophe.”
with ground or water, a pneuma- 2. Do you think the United States
ship will yield to the blow, eas¢ | woulg be justified in using the
away and assume its original form.] atom bomb in connection with
Like a bicycle tyre hitting a pot- | the Korean conflict if the Chinese
hole.” E.8, popular Government refuses to
accept United Nations proposals
for peaceful settlement? What,
do you think should be done
now to prevent extension of the
Korean war into a wider conflict?

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December 5, 1950

HOUSES

THE Housing Board at its last meeting
approved of a plan for the building of 25
houses at the Pine and 25 at the Bay Estate
Tenantry. This is welcome news when it
is considered that the housing shortage in
this island is still acute, but the public are
wondering whether the new houses will be
erected at the same rate of unlimited
expenditure as the first scheme at the
Pine.

There is an implied criticism against the
Government who could allow the erection
of houses by a Town Planning Architect
instead of the Public Works Department.

Many of the allegatsons made against
that officer in the report of the Commission
show that he was not to be blamed for
the unsatisfactory state of affairs. The
more the question is examined the more
apparent it is to the unbiased observer
that the Town Planning officer should have
been part of the staff of the Public Works
Department.

Now that these houses are to be built
under the supervision of that Department
it is reasonable to presume that the public
will be given some idea of the approximate
cost of one house.

When the houses at the Pine were occu-
pied people were left to wonder whether
they would be leased, rented or sold on
the hire purchase system. The cost of

these houses was estimated to be in the
vicinity of three hundred pounds each and

it was wondered whether the people for
whom these houses had been originally
intended could afford to pay this sum.
There has been no official figure published
and it is to be hoped that the cost of the
new houses soon to be erected will be
within the reach of the worker whose in-
come does not afford him to pay three
hundred pounds for a house.

It is fitting that the Housing Board
should have attempted to build these
houses in order to relieve the shortage and
any suggestion that the prices should be
kept within reasonable bounds should not
be regarded as an attempt to kill the
scheme. It is useless to build houses at
such enormous cost that the people who
should properly take advantage of the
scheme are prevented from doing so by
reason of economic inability.

Housing is an essential. It should have
priority over several other projects de-
manding public expenditure, And _ it
should have that priority because of the
attendant evils which result from over-
crowding and lack of proper housing.

The action of the Housing Board is com-
mendable but it must be remembered that
the scheme can only be successful when
the cost of the houses is within the reach
of the people for whom they were built.



Tuesday,





Parking Space

THE Highways and Transport Authority
and the Police have attempted to relieve
that pressure for parking space in the City
by allocating the space around the Gar-
dens and Cenotaph to private cars.

Already motorists are extremely glad
for this consideration. It will relieve much
of ‘the inconvenience which can only be
aggravated during the coming Christmas
Season. It should however be made clear
that buses passing through the Square and
around the Gardens should stop at the
end of the pavement nearest the Chamber-
lain Bridge in order to leave space for
those which follow.

It should also be possible to park cars,
not in alignment with the pavement or
facing the sea, but, at an angle of about
thirty degrees and all facing the Chamber-
lain Bridge. This would afford greater
facility for moving off into the line of
traffic.



2 el

Mr. Gaitskell wants Britain to
mak. Cow sacrifices of money and
leisure to pay for defence

Meanwhile, there are many
ways a million or two could be
saved-—

UR War Office has been run-

. ning a festival of its own
since 1946. It has cost you
£8,000,000 so far. It is its Festival
of Education,

Mr. Strachey is so short of
soldiers that he has called up
thousands of reservists from civ-
ilian life for service in Korea.
But he is using 500 officers and
2,000 sergeants and sergeant
majors in the Royal Army Edu-
cational Corps to do roughly
what 400 men did in 1938 for an
Army half the present size.

Can we afford the money
this year’s bill for Army educa-
tion comes to the record total of
£1,991,000—and the men?

The sergeant-major may have
a breastful of medal ribbons. But
if he wants to keep his rank next
year he has got to pass his first-
class certificate of educatioa.
This will mean a lot of study
under a 19-year-old Educational
Corps sergeant in, the unit school-
room.

When examination day arrives,
here are some of the non-mili-
tary questions he may have to
answer, poor chap: —

ASSESS the influence on con-
temporary life of J. B. Priestley
or T. S. Eliot,

WHAT might be the cultural and
economic value of the tour vf
the Sadler’s Wells Ballet Com~
pany in the U.S.A.?

IS good moral behaviour the
heart and soul of citizenship”

GIVE a short list of the various
excretory products in the body
of a mammal.

WHAT are the advantages and
possible disadvantages of trade
unions for the Japanese?

I suggest that these examina-
tions, and the easier ones which
the junior ranks have to pre-
pare for, might well be scrapped.

With them should go three-
quarters of the classes, provide t
free by the R.A.E.C. in and out
of working hours, on Bach and
ballet, the dollar on drains,
biology and current affairs,

They are a symbol of the}
nicest piece of “empire” jouild-
ing in post-war Britain, its Dom?
of Discovery,

It’s Lavish... ;
HE “empire” is run on a lavisa
scale, You will find only





| Firstly let the Sanitary Author-
| ities really clean the streets ano
gutters, and thereafter keep them
clean. The present $80,000.00?
annually is going down the drain
in every sense of the word.
Scavengers should be supervised
“on the job.” An inspector to
every 5 miles of roadway, say.
(This figure could be added to,
or reduced as the exigencies of
the situation demand.) It should
hardly be necessary to explain
details of cleaning gutters and
such as scraping same, yard by
yard—the use of white lime ete.
Accept the principle of “Cleans-
ing” departmentally and other-
wise, and the details can hardly
be even ingeniously avoided, or
circumvented,

Assuming we arrive at the
stage of clean streets and gutters,
then the latter should be flushed
twice daily — 7 a.m. and 5 p.m.
The Chief Sanitary Inspector
being made to carry personal
responsibility of never allowing
any street or gutter (or even
sections thereof) becoming foul
again,

Supply every principal and
side street in the City proper
with an attendant, equipped with
a two wheeled covered push
cart, to collect the droppings of
any animal. This service should
be continuous throughout the
normal working day, starting
half an hour before, and ending
half an hour after the accepted
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. business hours.
A generous use of E.C. (manu~
factured I believe by the S.C.)



should be too obvious to need
comment, é
Enact legislation compelling

every owner of property in the
city to “put into proper and uni-
form (I would like to stress uni-
form) conditions, side-walks
surrounding their buildings,
(Type and pattern to be supplied
by Highways Authorities; also
giving them authority to super-
vise during construction, and not
waiting until completion to
reject.) All such sidewalks to
be raised above the level of the
street, Thereafter all occupiers to
keep in proper repair _— and
daily free from all dirt, grime,
muck and unsightly refuse. Enact
legislation prohibiting the dump-
ing of any refuse, such as paper,
fruit skins, husks ete, on any
street or pavement. Provide bins,
let into the wall at strategic

a a ee
Sheil inf

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There

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eae ane ten

Ky Robert Jessel
Military Commentator

one Army padre for every thous-
and men, But there is now one
educational sergeant for every
270 men, and one supervising
officer ip the £1,000-a_year grade
to every ten sergeants.

They do not teach weapon
training, as the Navy’s instruc-
tors do, They teach educatiqn.

To some degree this is integrated
with the military syllabus.

Last Wednesday afternoon they
may have paraded your soldier
son to listen to a Forces Broad-
cast on the Mating Cells, Or
the next day on the Superman
in the Comic Strips. Integration
is an elastic term,

The sergeant himself surpris-
ingly, is a member of the highest-
paid section of the teaching pro-
fession. If he is married and a
Regular he gets £425 a year and

his keep.
Compare this with the-qualified
civilian teacher in your local

school, who starts at £300, with-
out marriage allowance or keep,
and can climb to £600 after 17
years’ service.

It took from two to four years
to train that civilian teacher at
his college. It takes 12 weeks for
the Army to train that R.A.E.C
sergeant.

This is what happened. It is
the reason why Army education
is today a parody of what it was
meant to be.

The Army Council took up
Army education in a big way at
the end of the war. It knew that

Oliver Cromwell had boasted that +

his Ironsides “knew what they
were fighting for and loved what
ney knew.

mn agreed to give the R.A.E.C.
a wide mandate to teach the
troops about the British way of
life so that they would love it
and spurn Communism.

The Educational Corps was also
to continue its pre-war task of
giving elementary education to
the troops that needed it.

Colonel - commandant of the
corps since 1940 has been Sir
Ronald Adam, now head of the
British Council. As adjutant-
general for most of the war Gen-
eral Adam plugged adult education
so vigorously that the poor re\ation
grew into the profiteer,

By G. M. HIRKETT

points; same to be kept locked,
allowing sufficient room for the
disposal of refuse, while nega-
tiving attempts at larceny of the
bins. This obligation on the
part of occupiers would place
the onus of clearing the pave-
ments on them, and_ thereby
minimise the growth of miniature
markets on every doorstep in
Tudor Street, Baxters Road etc.

Make it illegal to expectorate
on any street or pavement, Gut-
ters excepted, Make it illegal to
dump any night soil, excreta, or
urinary collections, in any gutter,
canal, drain etc., in the city or
its confines,

Make it illegal for any person
to dispense from any cart, lorry
or vehicular contraption what-
ever, any potato-slips, yam slips,
cane fodder, or vines of any
nature, on the roadway within 1%
miles of the city. Define the
approaches, and make exceptions,
where provision could be made
to tidy up, after a declared legal
hour of sale of such commodities
—say 5 p.m,

Erect cubby hole urinals in
several alleys in and around
Bridgetown. No difficulty what~-
ever should arise in getting the
owner of any property to agree
to apportion a few square feet of
space to this purpose. The ces-
sation of odorous contamination
should actuate their, his or her
co-operation, to say nothing of
their civie pride.

Let Government immediately
pay attention to swamps, drains,
rivers etc., that are a menace to
health.

Plan and execute, with wisdom
and foresight a health year
(1951); not just a health week.
A health year naturally means
that a clean city is essential, and
it is a natural corollary that
special attention would be paid
to this side or part of the subject.
Ufilise the “Shed” continuously
for lectures., informal talks and
practical instruction whenever
possible, Co-opt the British Coun-
cil to help “Culture” by cleansing,
and not by the inverted process of
icing the ginger bread, Bach and
Beethoven may be a wonderful
prelude to conditioning potential
potentates to the future possibil-
ity of enjoying Opera at Covent
Garden, but can hardly hope to

collection of



So the Army, alone of the threc
Services, put its money into gen-
eral education and made it
compulsory . No one worrtec
about the cost. :

No one cited the Russian, Ger
man, or American soldiers to dis-
prove Adam's theory that the gooc
fighter is bred in class.

The syllabus looked fine or
paper. Unlu¢kily the teachers
were lacking. The Army had to
produce its own and do it quickly
It turned largely to the National
Service intake for its raw material

12 Weeks

REAM of the intake, from an
educational point of view, |
always skimmed by the Navy ance
the R.A.F., and by the Army
itself for potential officers and
technicians. The R.A.E.C. grats

what is left.

Twelve weeks at the Army
School of Education is all the
Army can afford to turn a boy
lately out of grammar school into
a sergeant and a teacher

Then off he goes to his new un‘!
to make other National Serviceme'
into good citizen-soldiers, and to
help the sergeant-major keep his
promotion,

Sometimes ,he makes good-—
astonishingly good. Oftener, ,be-
cause he is immature, he proves
only a fitabby apostle of this ex-
pensive New Evangelism

Shortage of real teachers alon2
should force Mr. Strachey to slasa
next year’s schoolroom programme
by £1,000,000, It would be an act
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Four Tasks

E ought to set a much reduced

team to tackle their tasks:—

TASK No. 1: Teaching every
soldier enough of the Three Rs
to act on his own, (This does
not mean biology and ballet.)

TASK No. 2.:; Arranging schooling
for Service families abroad and
boy apprentices at home.

TASK No. 3.: Advising Regulars
on resettlement,

TASK No. 4.: Arranging for scl-
diers who attended part-time
classes before call-up to join
the nearest night school or tecli-
nical institute if they wish, or
to take a correspondence course.



Zarak was a brigand, a scourge to the British,



ADVORTE How To Save £250.000,000\ wnavesr

OF THEM ALL?

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THIS MAN ASKED T0
BE FLAYED ALIVE

WHO was the bravest man of the war?
Think of the long list of men and women who

wore the badge of courage—sailors, soldiers,
airmen, civilians, secret agents. ....

But the man I am thinking of was none
of these.

He spent most of his life in fighting the
British. His name was Zarak Khan. He
was an Afghan of the North-West Frontier.

In “The Story of Zarak Khan” (Jarrolds,
15s.) A. J. Bevan tells how for 20 years

a murderer, thief, and despoiler of women.
Yet, for the British, he gave his life.
Taken prisoner by the Japs, he demanded

to be flayed alive, instead of being quickly

beheaded, so that a Gurkha force would be
in time te rescue the rest of the prisoners.

mullah, a holy man,

OUTLAW

Zarak, a giant 6ft. 4ins. in height, was first
an outlaw. The British put a price on his
head,

Once he was caught—and rescued by a col-
oe whom he afterwards stabbed in the

ack.

Then in one of his forays he murdered a

And even the frontier

became too hot to hold him.
He gave himself up.

He should gontract the Educa- |

tion Corps, leaving the individual
officer or soldier to plan the rest
for himself.

I doubt if Cromwell often par-
aded TIronsides for ballet.—L.E.S.



A CLEANER CITY

enjoy lasting mass appreciation,
while living in massive squalour.

Grant the Department of Visual
Education the golden opportuni-
ty of giving us visible progf that
they are vigilant in the cause of
education, and not just visionary
when they visualize the beneficial
impact of vision over the more
widely accepted theory of leara-
ing by rote, for the illiterate.

Intrigue all head teachers of
all schools by means of competi-
tions, granting of certificates etc.,
to teach hygiene as a serious sub-
ject. To inculcate “Civic Pride”
and responsibility into the minds
of their pupils, To instil the know-
ledge that clean minds, clean
homes, clean bodies, must inevi-
tably lead to a clean city, county
or country.

Lastly let the “Advocate” begin
a campaign to teach, cajole, in-
struct and badger the population
into the knowledge that Bridge-
town especially should be a pride
to us all. That our City should,
and can reflect our pride and joy,
by its appearance, That big busi-
ness could erect wash rooms on
their ground floors. That same
could be charged to alterations
and repairs of existing premises
and therefore deducted from In-
come Tax returns, That in any
case in these days of excessive
taxation the running of modern
wash rooms (two in each store.
Ladies and Gentlemen) could
happily and lucratively be earried
in overhead expense. Modern fix-
tures such as Liquid soap dis-
pensers in chromium, self dis-
pensing paper towels, as supplied
by S. Andrews Mills (Andrex)
being ideal; are essentials. I en-
visage the first firm taking ths
plunge reaping a harvest; more
than recouping the initial expens>
and recurrent overhead, while alse
enhancing their prestige as “Firms
of the moment.” Alive and pro-
gressive, It can safely be left to
the ingenuity of the brains of the
“Advocate to supply copy of 52
weeks and informative, challeng-
ing and productive of results.
Never allow the first maxim of
modern advertising,” ‘Repetition’
to become obscure in your concert-
ed attack on Bridgetown’s filth.
Shout loud, long and often and
when you are tired of doing so,
why then just “Repeat.”

refuse.

—_—

“T have no cause to love your race,” he said
to a British agent, “but you have a reputa-
tion of being just.”

He was tried and sentenced to transporta-
tion for life to the Andamans.

AN AGENT

But the Japs were in the Andamans; so
Zarak Khan stayed in his cell. °

Now the North-West Frontier was in up-
heaval, full of enemy agents and raiding

tribesmen.

Zarak was given a suspended sentence and
became a British agent.

He volunteered for Burma
One day in 1943 he was leading his patrol

home, for the British officer had been killed.
From the cover of the jungle he watched an-
other British patrol ambushed by Japs. He
followed and watched the torture of the pris-
oners. Zarak sent messengers to summon a

Gurkha force.

Now he knew he must create a diversion
to keep the Japs from moving on with their

prisoners,

So he charged the Japs single-handed, and
killed or wounded six before he was over-

powered,

HE CHARGED

They told him he must die.

To the captive British officer he said: “Teli
these little yellow dogs that I, Zarak Khan,

will never be

beheaded .. . teli them that

Zarak Khan is destined to be flayed alive”

When the British officer pleaded, “If they
behead you it will be over quickly,” the
Afghan replied, “And over for you, too.”

NO CRY, BUT

The Japs flung the giant to the ground.
It took them an hour to finish their dreadful

business.

Zarak hung
time.

In all that
Zarak except
Kismet.”

As the Japs stood watching him die there

on to life — he had to buy

time there was no cry from
at the end, he said, “Allah,

came a shout of “Gurkha, Ho!”
One hundred and eighty Gurkhas leaped

on the killers.
The British
bonds.

officer was released from his

He said of Zarak: “He chose it that

way ... he did it for us.”

IN MEMORY

Together, British and Gurkhas buried the
dead giant, far from his native hills.
Over his head they put a stone.

“On it,” says

Mr. Bevan, “are written words

which Zarak would never have understood,
“ “Greater love hath no man...’ ”

The Green

Our Readers Say:

“Crisis”
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Your excellent leader—
“Crisis” in Saturday's issue, call-
ing attention to the disgusting and
insanitary conditions which exist
in Bridgetown, deserves wide
support.

On my return to Barbados re-
cently, after many years’ absence,
I was shocked by the filth and
litter which pollutes the streets,
and the sight of men and women
urinating quite openly in the
alleyways of Bridgetown. In spite

of the vast sums spent on educa-
tion, little seems to have been
achieved in the way of inculcat-

ing sanitary habits in the average
citizen. Nor, apparently, are th
authorities responsible sufficiently
educated to appreciate the dangers
which they are harbouring in our
midst.

The lack of public lavatories and
urinals in Bridgetown is appal-
ling, not only in the streets of
the City, but, even in the largo
departmental stores. Where such
facilities do exist, the indications
of their whereabouts are mostly
absent. The few public conveni-
ences in the streets of Bridge-
town are so far apart that it is
questionable whether the aver
citizen can be expected to un
take the long trek, to obey 1!
ealls of nature.
Busby’s Alley is unlikely to leav«
her fruit or
ed, or, to carry 4



heavy basket on

ge 1

vegetables unattend- _

enfari to the nearest outdoor lav-
atory several hundred yards dis-
tant. No washing facilities are
available ‘there for use before
food is again handled,

The
Public

fault here lies with the
Health Commissioners ap-
pointed by St. Michael's Vestry.
Part of the blame must also be
borne by the Vestry, for attention
has been called time and time
again in the columns of your
paper and “The Evening Advo-
cate” to the horrible, insanitary
conditions which, exist in the
alleyways where food is sold
The Vestry cannot .plead ignor-
ance, and it is its duty to see that
those to whom it has delegated
part of its responsibility are
efficient.

The potential risk of an epi-
demic arising out of such condi-
tions will remain until proper
district markets are provided,
exch with its own lavatories and
vash-basins in charge of an at-

tendant Here, and here only,
should food be permitted to be
offered for sale under adequate

upervision,

As the result of the removal of

the bus terminus, the Fountain
Gardens have almost ceased to be
irded as a public lavatory;
the bridges, however, the
former insanitary conditions still

A huckster in

terminus in Probyn

market ad-

V bus
1 vall

:

joining it. is a public lava-
tery nn tet distance away, but this
is too far, and wholly inadequate
for the number of people assem-
bled there. Also, time does not
permit bus drivers, conductors or
passengers with only a few
moments to spare to walk this
distance, ‘The result is that the
chureh wall is now being used as
a public lavatory, and, no attempt
is being made to stop this usage.

The problem has a compara-
tively simple remedy:

1. All hucksters should be rele-
gated to district markets, and
the sale of food by such per-
sens in the city prohibited

elsewhere. Shoppers would
very soon follow such mar-
kets,

Public lavatories and urinals
should be provided in the side
streets of Bridgetown, especi-
ally those connecting Broad
Street with Swan Street.
Lavatories should also be
placed at the bus termini and
under the bridges.

nm

3 The streets and gutters of the

City should be flushed nightly
with sea water, The proxim-
ity of the sea makes this an
extremely easy operaticn

a Rubbish bins of adequate
size should be placed in all
alleyways, markets and
bu termini and emptied
regularly An open lorry is
not the proper vehicle for the

Until the Public Health Com-/To the Editor, The Advocate—

missioners wake up to the fact
that they are largely responsible
for existing insanitary conditions,
as the result of having failed to
provide adequate facilities, there
is little hope of a cleaner Bridge-
town,

Any civilised community would
be ashamed of the state of our
capital town. Public spirit is, un-
fortunately, singularly lacking in
all walks of life in this Island,
Had this not been the case, there
would now be a sorely needed
Town and Country Planning Act
on the statute book of this Island,
as a correspondent of your paper
pointed out last week. And, the
Public Health Commissioners
would have been forced by the
weight of public opinion to remedy
the horrors of Bridgetown, Thera
appears to be little hope of an
amelioration of these plague spots
until there is a severe fatal epi-
demic arising therefrom.

Those who desire a cleaner
Bridgetewn are not, however,
entirely without a remedy. The
Public Health Commissioners
are appointed by St. Michael's
Vestry, and an election will take
nlace in the not too far distant
future. Unless a genuine attempt
is made at chce to tremedy these
ills, electors should supvort only
those new candidates pledged t

undertake this task

DISGUSTED

(

BARBADIAN

SIR,—Under the heading “Tra-
falgar Square Loses a Tree” a
writer in your issue of Friday
November 24 suggests that Tra-
falgar Square was called “The
Green” because of the evergreen
tree. The name, of course, be-
longs to a period dating back
nearly 300 years, and is not de-
rived from the existence of the
tree.

The Green was, about the mid-
dle of the XVII century, a sort
of open space somewhere about
the situation of the Fountain Gar-
dens and that area. It was called
“Egginton’s Green” after Captain
Jeremiah Egginton whose house
was hard by. It was the finest
house in town, and became the
abode of Governor Sir Jonathan
Atkins, who complained on. his
arrival at his seat of Government
in 1674 that “The Governor hath
mot where to lay his head.” Cap-
tain Egginton had recently died,
and his house was taken for the
Governor's residence,

Tn the Green stood the stocks

provided by the parish for the
punishment of offenders; also the
polstocks or pillory, the whipping
post and the ducking stool. The
ducking stool was used in the

horse pond to ccol the ardour of
idies who had been convicted by
the Magistrates as common scolds

In time the Green gave plaice
to mor closely packed

vn to the water front until the
~ left the north«

area

houses

pe pac

ster? de of the former

DON TAYLOR.
—L.E.S,





The site in the Green purchased
by the government in 1813 to be
named Trafalgar Square was
found insufficient to properly dis-
play the Statue and the obstruct-
ing houses were bought and re-
moved in 1826 and the land add-
ed to the square. But it. still
retained the old name of “The
Green,” as I suppose it ever wil!

Some years ago you publishe:
the following item in your pape.
—Memo: Barbados; This twelfti:
day of June 1828 an Evergreeu
Tree, the gift of the Lady of the
Hon, John A. Beckles was trans-
planted from the Bay Plantation tu
Trafalgar Square and is the neares:
to the Careenage, Abel Stewari.
Aged 32, Witness W. Jones. Thi:
indicates that there were other
trees in the Green at that time
The tree now standing may of
may not have been that referrec
to in the note. It seems certair
that it was the one uprooted in
1898 and replanted.

E. M. SHILSTONE,

Cleaner Barbados
To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—I believe everyone abhor
dirt, but only when it is recog-
ney as such and treated accord
ingly
If your Cleaner Barbados Cam

paign helped to make ordinary
every day (people recognize the
things which need remedying then
you will have done the commun-
ity a distinet serviee

Yours

BOY SCOUT



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R 5, 1950



Cycle Thief

Gets 18 Months '

THE November Sitting of th
Court of Grand Sessions enc
yesterday when six prisoners were |
sentenced to various, tefms o
imprisonment The last
be tried was one for the larceny |
of a bicycle. In that case Adolphus }
Lovell was sentenced to 18 months’ j
imprisonment after a petit jur
found him guilty after about eight |
minutes’ deliberation. The bicy }
is the property of P.C. Oiga Clarke }

The case was heard before Hi
Honour the Chief Justice; Sir
Allan Collymore, Miss M. E.
Bourne, Assistant Legal Draughts-
man prosecuted for the Crown

Lovell was not represented.

The Prosecution brought wit-
nesse to prove that on November
4 last year. Olga Clarke left he
lady’s sports’ Raleigh bicycle a’ |
the bicycle department of Da Costa
and went to make a, purchase
When she returned the bicycle was
missing. Lovell bought Phillip

|
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Gents bicycle, took off some of the
parts of Clarke’s bicycle and put
on to the Phillips he had bought
and replacing parts on Clarke's
bicycle sold the two {
Lovell’s defence was that he}
bought both bicyc'es, one from |

from the Ideal Store.

But he had told the Police that}
the Rupert Alleyne lived in Pass-
age Road and when they carried
him there, he pointed out the
house to them. The woman who
lived at the house which was
pointed out, however, denied any
man to live there or ever hearing
the name Rupert Alleyne

Matter Reported
First to give evidence, P.C. Olga |
Clarke said that Lovell lived near
her. She then told how she leit |
the bicycle at Da Costa’s and how |
she missed it. She said that she
reported the matter to the Police
and on September 26 she was cali- |
ed at the C.I.D. to identify her
bicycle. She was shown two bi- |
eycles, one which was hers, but
which had paris which were not
on when she had last seen it, The
two fenders, handle and pedals,
which were on the gents’ bicycle
shown to her had come off her bi-
cycle.
Cpl. L. Darlington said that on
Septemiber 13 he went to Fred-|
erick Boyce’s house investigating |

Deighton Waithe and the other |
from a Rupert Alleyne He also |
bought various parts of bicycles |

|

THIS ATTRACTIVE BOOTH was almost complete yesterday when the
Park where preparations for the opening of the Exhibitions tomorrow, were going ahead. The Park

was a busy place.

One Day In
Prison For

Sheep Thief

RVINE DRAKES of Enterprise
Christ Church, appeared be-



fore the Police Magistrate of
District ‘B’ yesterday on
charges One was

ram sheep

to Rupert
from the pasture at Charnocks be-
tween November 29 and Saturday,

The other was for stealing a

| ewe sheep valued $6, the property

of Dudley Walrond of Charnocks,
within the same period of time,

She was fined £3 with an al-

another case. While there he found | ternative of two months’ impris-
two bicycle head lights in the bed- | onment on one and given a day’s

room. He asked him to account |
for them and because of the state- |
ment he made, he went to Baxters |

imprisonment on the other.
HIEVES broke and entered
the house of Alexander Hall

Road where he saw Lovell at 2 /|at Durants Village, St. James, on
Leer shop. He admitted the lights | saturday and stole $61 in cash.

were his and said that one belong-
ed to a bicycle which he had sold !
to Keith Jackman of Barbarees |
Hill. They went to Jackman’
home the same night. Jackman |
admitted he had bought the bicye!s
from Lovell and showed him a re- |}
ceipt.

Asked how he came in poss



sion of the bicycle, Lovell said
he had bought it from one
Rupert Alleyne. Lovell took;
him to where he said Alleyne |
lived in Passage Road and
pointed out a house. The woman
of the house, Edith Yarde said

that Rupert Alleyne did not live
there,

|
Sold Cycle |

Lovell also said that he had sold |
another bicycle to Dennis Nurse |
of Christ Church. |

P.C. 274 Devonish who was with
Darlington when he made his in-
vestigations, corroborated his evi- |
dence,

Cpl. Byron corroborated P. C
Olga Clarke’s evidence as to the
identification of the bicycles at
the C.1.D.

Keith Jackman then told the
Court how Lovell had sold him the
lady’s sports bicycle. He had paid,
him seven dollars out of $16 which !
had been charged. |

To Lovell: Jackman said that
Lovell did not wish to give him
a receipt for the $7, saying that
when all was paid he would then |
get the receipt, but his (Jack-
man’s) mother made Lovell give
it to him.





Deighton Waitne admitted
sold Lovell a Phillips bicycle,
said that some of the pa whi
were on it were not there whe)
he sold it to him. Those were the




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Xmas Shopping

BUSY SHOPPERS filled the
stores yesterday securing — their
requirements for the exhibition
and Christmas

The articles on sale were well
displayed and in themselves were
an invitation to anyone to acquire

them

While the majority of people
did so, a good many found the
prices beyond their purchasing

power and were forced to decline
the invitation.

The new breakfast closing hour
—12 noon to 1 p.m.—decided on
by several business houses, came
into operation yesterday. Many
shoppers desirous of going into a
particular store failed to gain
entry by just a few minutes at
the time. Some just took a look
around during the interval before
returning, but the more deter-
mined took up a stand at the
doorways until the re-opening. As

/a result, at one store, at any rate,

there was quite a crowd when the
time arrived.

i
|
adligh nandle, saddle and
eo hace, ; pe ORME | The sidewalks were congested
To Lovell:: He said he had seen | with pedestrians going to and fro.
him buy bicycle parts. | Among them were the postcard
called Dr. Ash }and balloon vendors whe made

After Lovell
to say that he used to work at him
and during that time he had neve
missed anything, he addressed t
jury. The Chief Justice then sum
med up and the jury retired for
a short while.





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MAKING READY

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





“Advocate” visited Queen’s



| Mother Loses Two
| Children And One Niece
| In St. Thomas Drowning

THREE CHILDREN—seven-year-old Patrick Anthony

Benskine, his four-year-old brother Uric Oliver
Majorie were

six-year-old cousin

and their

drowned at Farmer's

gully, near Hillaby, St. Thomas, on Saturday evening when

a strong current of water trapped them

Avril Benskine is the mother

while her
sister, Farnum

Majorie’s

Esternese
mother,
Patrick and Uric are Avril’s
only children. She had already
prepared their Christmas clothes

and was getting ready to send

Patrick to the “Open Day” which
will be held at St. Silas’ Boys’

School on Friday. She is employed
as a domestic

George. Clarke.

servant with Mr.

She told tue Advocate yester-
day that the death of her two sons

was a great shock to her. On

St. Barnabas School ‘was also Saturday morning she left her
Heaken and entered on. Saturday. sister's home, where she and her
Three cartons of biscuits were|S?"s es Sod Wenly 10) Work. st
Sibler,. Siiue dollara were’ atoled about 3 15 in the evening she was
Soa, itsactiay tintin Gf Chapet | ‘eld of the tragedy, A few min-
Street, St. Peter, while he was at a petty at ean ‘te a

e . a Sé § 2 2 Ss 0
| the shop of Ubane King on Satur-|the bodies of Patrick and Majorie
| day ‘ " on a crocus bag. The body of
et NUMBERS andj Uric was not found until the
musical items will feature on| following morning.
the annual “get-together” pro-; She said that Patrick was a

bright boy and had reached First
Standard at the St. Silas’ Boys’
School.

Her sister Esternese had two

other children. One was five
months old and the other four
years.

Frederick Quintyne of Hillaby,
, who assisted ‘Boysie’ Small in
fishing out the bodies of Patrick
and Majorie, said that when he
dived into the gully the water
reached him above the waist. He
pointed out the spot where the
children were dragged in and
the spot where he found them
and said that the current had
washed them many yards down
the gully.

An autopsy was performed by Dr
Clarke and an inquest started at
District ‘D” Station yesterday
morning. ‘This was adjourned
until Monday.





3 Found Guilty
Of Gambling

Albert Maloney of Goodland,
Delisle Kelly of Church Village,
and George Forde also of Church
Village, were all found guilty of

gambling by His Worship Mr. H.
A. Talma yesterday

Maloney was fined 15s. to be
paii in 14 days or one month’s
imprisonment and Kelly and
Forde 10/- in 14 days or 14

days’ imprisonment.

Maloney’s offence was commit
ted on December 2 and Kelly’s and
Forde’s on December 3

24



in the gully.

‘s| J 8Months For

Bodily Harm

THE first man to appear in the

but with great musical apprecia- “Excellent Values!”

tion and enthusiasm, particularly “Well Cue ”
among the children. Both at ell Worth Every ¢
Combermere School and at Cod- These are. sotiajofl the things
rington High School, he had heard said of the Superb Table model
singing of quite exceptional qual- Gas Hot plates At Your Gas

ity and would say that for an Showroom.

island of this size, there was a Why not call and see them |/|
very high proportion of native Bar eee ae ipa aate |
[artistic talent which could, if For CHRISTMAS |
properly directed, combine to

form the amateur theatre move- ————
ment in Barbados which might ae,



Needs A
- Theatre

—THOMAS

Two things have struck me very
forcibly during my two months in
Barbades, Mr. Charles Thomas of |
the British Drama League told the |
idvocate yesterday

He said that, firstly, there was |
the immediate need of a theatre |
which would be worthy of the
local talent which so obviously ex- |
isted in abundance, and secondly, |
the need for producers who will!
direct this local talent in such a
way as to bring out the best of its
jualities |

He had perhaps. been |
deeply impressed with the rich |
musical voices (in spite of poor |
liction) and with the admirable
freedom of movement at once so

t}

most |

wraceful and so efficient which | PIMPLES

seemed to be peculiar to these}
islands '

He had watched with equal tas-
cination, the children at play in
the Bridgetown streets or in the
village lanes, the policeman on
point duty and the men who cut
the grass with a long handle
sickle

The island seemed to be full of
music, not only with rich voices,

well be unique

Poor Diction

“Let me dwell for a moment (in
case I might be mistaken for a
flautterer) on the other side of the
picture.” Mr. Thomas said. “Dic-
tion in Barbados is not good,
though there are of course ex-
ceptions; but generally speaking,



one is aware of an admirable |
musical quality, but a complete
ack of insistence on consonant

sounds which makes it difficult for
the hearer to distinguish one
syllable from its neighbour.” |
He thought that far more atten- |
ticn should be given to the choice

“dock” before His Honour the} of play for production whether by |
Chief Justice, Sir Allan Colly-!an open dramatic society, by a
more, yesterday was Wendell|club or by a school, The need for |

King who had been found guilty
of inflicting grievous bodily harm
with intent. His Honour sentenced
him to 18 months’ imprisonment
with hard labour.

Next was Clifton Reid who was
also sentenced to 18 months’ im-
prisonment fcr shop-breaking and
larceny, Sentence of 12 months’
imprisonment was passed = on
Clyde Green who wa found
guilty of simple wounding He
wounded Collin Prescod after a
dispute over a bet on who would
be the winner of a boxing contest
between Kid Ralph and Zivic

Another prisoner Leon Taylor

was sentenced to 12 months’ int-
prisonment for house-treaking
and larceny. Taylor had been as-
sociated with Norman Husbands

in committing the offence, He es-
caped from the Police when inves-
tigations were being carried out
Husbands who had previous con-
victions for larceny was sentenced
to three years’ penal servitude ai
a previous sitting of the Court of
Grand Sessions

The last prisoner Winston
Goodridge 28-year-old labourer ot
St. James—was sentenced to 12
months’ imprisonment for steali
a bicycle on Sentember 10

HOLLAND WINS
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ood West Indian playwrights
was obvious, but until they came
long, it should be remembered
that England was happily unusu-
ally rich in good drama and it |
did seem unfortunate that with all
that they had to choose from, the
light comedy, the farce and the
thriller would seem to be the only |
forms chosen,

He was fully aware that with- |
out the right kind of theatre, it |

was not possible to be very ad- |
venturous in the matter of the |
play chosen and for that reason

he would end on the same note as
that on which he began—*Let
Karbados have the theatre it de-
serves and let it have it quickly.”

Mr. Thomas said that the
theatre should not be regarded as
a reward for past work well done,
but rather in the nature of an in-
cubator in which drama might be
brought to life and the latent
beauties in sight and sound be re-
vealed and appreciated.



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flicting bodily harm on Agneta
Forde of Chapman Lane by His
Worship Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell,

For the offence which was
committed on October 31 she was
fined £3 to be paid by monthly
instalments or in default one
month's imprisonment |
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
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CT AS SIFIE D AD S | ELECTION NOTICES TAKE NOTICE | TAKE NOTICE | TAKE NOTICE TAKE NOTICE
7 ms PARISH OF ST. M : 7 PLATIGNU '
| ' ICHARL ARISH OF ST. LUCY | f x*NUM oN > *
TELEPHONE 2506 | 1 WERERY give notice thet t fpve) t WAMEBT give belibe Oise 2 heve| ‘That Mentmore Manufactuting Co.,| MENTMORE PEPSI-COLA LIBBY’S
_ | appeinted the Parochial Building, Cum-| ®pvointed the Vestry Rom near the | Limited, a company registered under the! Mentrnore Manufacturing Co That Pepsi-Cola Coétnbah¥, & corpéra: That Libby, McNeill & Libby, a cor
| d Street, Bridgetown, as the place | Parish Church as the placé where ali|'#ws of Great Britain, whose trade or’ Limited, a ¢ r registered under | tion organized uritier the laws of the] poration organized and existing unde
THANKS tees Parishioners of the parish of St.| Persons duiy Qualified to vote at y | business address is Tudor Grove, Well} the laws of Grest Britain, whose trade | State of Delaware, whose trade or busi-] the Laws of the State of Maine, United
Michael and other person: duly qualified ; <'ectron of V@strymen for the said Parish Street, Hackney, London, EB. 9, England,, OF business address is Tudor Gro e, | Ness addrexs is 3 West 57th Stréct, New ! Stut@. of América, whore trade or busi-
: to vote at any election of Vestrymen for | May assemble on Tuesday, the 2nd day ‘ading as Manufacturers, has applied | Wel Street, Hackney, London EB. 9 Enp- | York, State of New York, United States] mes¢ address is Union Stock Yards, City
WE, the members of the Archer the said Parish may assemble on Tiies- | ¢f January, 1961, between the hours of |r the registration of a trade mark in| land, trading as Manufacturers, has ap- | of America, Manufacturers, has applied] of Chicago, Stee of IMinois, U.S.A..
family, desire through this medium to day the 2d day of January, 1952, be- | 10 and 21 o’cloek in the morning to elec: | Patt “A” of Register in connection with, plied for the registration of » trade | for the registration of a trade mark in | has applied for the registration of a trade
thank all those who sent tards, wreaths, tween the hour: of 10 and 11 am, to} a V@Stty for the PaMeh of St. Lucy fo: | “titins instruments, pens, fountain] mork in Part “A”, of Register in cot Part “A” of Register in connection with | mark in Fart “A” of Register in can-
Nowers, or in any other way expressed eect a Vestry for the Parish of St,} the Year 1951, bens, Stvlographic pens, ball-pointed]| nection with writing instruments, sa, | WOn-aleoholié carbonatéd beverages and | nection with foods and ingredients of
&
sympathy in our recent béreavement| _SPERANZA—Fully furnished on St.| Michael for the year 195?. OSWALD bens and parts thereof; penholders, pen| fountain pens, Stylographic pens \. | S¥Pups for making the same, and wil! | foods, and wilt be entitled to ri
3 iE, ' P pens, 1
occasioned by the death of our beloved | J¢mes Sea Coast. Phone 91-33. PERCY H. BURTON Parochial Treasurer, nibs, pen stands, pen trays, desk sets} pointed pens and parts thereof: pens | Yt entitled to register the same after one | the came after one month from the Sth
ADINA ARCHER. 1,12.50—6n. Parochial we St. Lucy. ere $ see Pee, a pen and e pee fountain pens, stylographie pens, ball a = os Sth day of December | day of December 1950, unléss some per-
thelbert Archer (Husband) Marita, . v 3.12, sets consifting of a pen and! desk sets consisting of a stand for a . u sd me person shall in the! son shall in the meantime ive notice
Dolly, Efleen Archer (Daughters) WESTWARD HO — Lands End, St St. Michael. 1 ee & pencil; pencils, propelling pencils, ball-] gen ond a pen and writing set, consis- | ™*8™t!me give notice in duplicate to me} in duplicate to me at my of
5.12.50—1n. | Michael from the 16th December. Phorie 3.12.50—3n PARISH OF ST. PHILIP pened pencils and parts thereof; pencil | ting - 2 pen and a penpiit betieile, pio- at my office of opposition of such regis. | position of such registration. wate
| a93e. 2.12.50—2n, | enn | I HEREBY give notice that I have ab | ink stands, ink blotters, biotin Wells: | velling pencils, ball-pointed pencils and | cditeaton ah een eles Cor De sen On| Eiee Cat be Shen’ Gn epeeNn wt By
IN MEMORIAM einai tigen PARISH OF CHRIST CHURON pointed the Church Boys’ School neat |» a Desi cting pads.| parts thereof; pencil cases, leads fo1' | i ae ome ‘
: ‘ rasers, ruler: b : mS ted t / .
CAR Ope Ford Prnfect, lew) drve| 1 HEREBY, ‘give \notice that t have [the Burien Church, an the pine wher | ii"ne enc seat ie watt gad] bencln “ink, Mok well ies" wand een Sheeting, | Petes is 9 ges Gi cegager: 180
IN léving meney at aw beavell ies at special rates for particulars. | appoir e New Vestry Room adjoin-| parishioners of the parish of St. Philip. | one month from the Sth day of Decem. | 22& blotters, blotting pads, —eraser's Sadar of , A. WILLIAMS,
aun 5. EL an eae 8408. $0.11, . | Me the Vestry Room, Oistin, a: the place | and other persons duly qualified to vote | ber 1950 unless sill Pian gin cem=) rulers and drawing pins, and will be istrar of Trade Marks. Registrar of Trade Marks.
salted Si sebk as Beaaeioae & ee, hs pad ail parsons Guly qualified to vote at my Election of Vestrymen for th? | meantime give fatness Seats in the enttled to register the sime after one 5.12,50-—3n 5.12, q
Gone but not forgotten. rn ~y estrymen for the said , Sa rich, may assemble on Tuesday | at y offic . “tT month from the Sth day of December ie
Ever to be remembered ‘by nis toying} POMILEC NOWICES | 22:2, .°8 feeble pe, Tuescay. ‘the | 2nd day of January, 1961 between the | {ration. ‘The trade mark con se neentan | 1880, unlees some Person abail ta. the children. 5.12,.50—in. pou o > Pe os on oe the | hours of 10 and 11 a.m. to elect a Ves-| application at my office On| jweantinie give notice in duplicate to
St ; =a ee Le A the morn. try for the Porish of St, Philip. Dated this Sth day of December, 1960,] me at my office of opposition of sueh (SS I ARES
3 ory of our rr mother ¥ a . 8. W. SCOTT, } H. WILLIAMS. _| Tesistration, The trade mark can be
and Garnd MOTHER © FRANCIS NOTICE Christ Chureh for the yeas 1 Pafochial Treasurer, Registrar of trea seen on application at my office GIVE HER......
WAITHE (Mama) who departed this SOD Ge! D, St. Philip. eat alibe ge: « * 5 y of | EI
Mae, Ho the hint Sie at Besa wil be ren na cnc oP “eS oa A eee || AN @FL STOVE FOR XMAS
nd honest in all your ways| closed on . aren. | anes ae) Registrar of Trade Marks.
evoted and true to the end of your| i990, nesday, 6th = Decetnber 3:12.60—In. | TARISH OF ST. ANDREW | TAKE N ae 5.12, 30-2 2 & 3 BURNER FLOOR & TABLE MODELS
EREB' give not that ave i ‘ |
fiwaye Patient. Loving and Kind Sethu whee t a ARPA_OF Sh, soenen appointed the Vestry Room near tht can OTICE | — OBTAINABLE AT —
memory you've 2.12. : we notice that I have jouse as the place where all persons | ‘i } 7
behing S—Sn, St. Thomas. | appointed the Vestry Room at the Dis- | GUly qualified to vote at amy election of | 1)... NATION { he CENTRAL EMPORIUM
as Loving Smile your Gentle Face — | pensary as the place where all persons} Vestrymen for the said Parish may); | ied“ Ste nee TAKE NOTICE ENTRA
No one can fill your vacant place ‘ duly, Qualified {o vote at any election | aseemble on Tuesday, the and day ot tien orgs zed and existing under the | (c RAL FOUNDRY LTD.—PROPRIETORS).
ate 7“ you loved you did your best. nse Session | ot Vestrymen for the said Parish may } January, 1951, between the hours of 10| OV" © the State of Delaware, U.S.A., GROLSCH Comer of & Tudor Streets
GEN ,t0,,be Remembered by _ Mrs. | assemble on Tuesday, the 2nd day of | and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect | jO°4, trade or business address “1: |
Yards (Grndssauatier | Mrs. Fhyllis! 1 HEREBY give notice that a Licensing }J#2UaTY; 195), between the hours of 10] Vestry for the Parish of St. Andrew | ‘\1) 4 shire Boulevard City of Lo
-da . -12.50—1N. | Session for the granting of Certif &/ aud 11 o'clock in the morning to elect | for the year 1951. Angeles, State of California, U.S.A, hasi That Naamloze Vennootschap Bierbrou-
In loving memory of my ; for the renewal of Liquor Li om 7 he @ Vectry for the year 1951. Cc. A, SKINNER, applied for the registration of a trade Werl) “De Klok” (a limited HNability
R y of my deceased wife ia censes for A. A.B iL Paroch Tr jmark in Part “A* of Register in co: company organized and existing under
Mrs. UNA DELEANEY BEST, who de-| ‘® Parish of St. George and that part i, Set EOURIG) Zenneeteane nection with oll f |} the laws of the Kingdom of the Nether
parted this life on December 4th 1900 of Christ Church within the jurisdiction | Parochial ane St. Andrew. ng milk. butter apediet aaa! a ; = lands) “whose Micka os Taabaes puirebs e e e,e
Gone but not forgotten, Dead but baad "on Pt oe ee B™ wilt be } | Sosa 3.13.80-—398 | densed milk, unsweetened evaporeen | i Brouwerlstraat 61, Enschede, Holland,
sleepeth, 5 ice ‘ourt on ' nulk, evaporated sk = . ott trading as Manufacturers and Merchants,
Her presence is yet with us in Spirit] TY¢S4ay the 19th day of December 1959, | PARISH OF ST. PETER Pe nere, SS Onerr densed sweetened skimme { lau? paw] has applied for the registration of a
but not in iy, at 11 o'clock a.m. | .1 HERBBY give notice to all persons } : HEREBY give notice to all persons | io ee milk hustea Myeailk ae vena | rade mark in Part "At" of Rewister in
Her place is yet redeemed may God Dated this Ist day of December 930, | duly qualified to vote at the election of ctv Ras . nye ‘st on (That cream, sterilized evaporated streams, | SonAectOn with Beer, and will be en-
Rest Her soul in peace until we meet (Sgd.) C. L. D. H. WALWYN, i Vestrymen for this Parish, that I have Scie ihe ra eeame ‘eoees, ATAFinitk commends, \Aaklcaned milk. and} titled to remister the same after one

Mr. Kenneth Best (Husband) Jaspe
Best, Cameron Best, Raphael Best (sons)
Colleen Best (daughter), Clarence Best
(brother-in-law), Cleophas Best (broth-
er-ir-law), sound to the memory of her,
until we meet over the other side.
5.12.50—1n.



IN Loving Memory of our dear
beloyed Mother icis
WAITHE who died on Sth December 1949.

God saw the road was getting rough

The Hills were hard to climb

He gently closed her loving eyes

And whispered, “Peace be thine."

Ever to be remembered by Mrs.
Etheline Chase, Mrs. Gladys Rollins.
Mrs. Amy Millar, Mrs. Phvilis Forde,
Desmond, Cecil, Fred, Eric,
(childten), Joyce, Yvomei, Penelope,
and eight other Grandchildren.
5.12.50—1n.

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FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—Hillman 748 perfect running
order, always owner driven. Call 2672.
5.12.50—n,

TRUCK—1 Chevrolet Truck. Good
Tyres In perfect working order. C.
Herbert 55 Tudor St., Dial 3686.

5.12.50—3n

ELECTRICAL __

DRY CELL BATTERLES—Large Type
for ignition purposes etc. 1% volts.
Dial 3878. Da Costa & Co., Ltd,

1,12.50—6n.

NORGE REFRIGERATOR in perfect
condition. May be seen at Redman and
Tcylor’s Show Room. For particulars
phone 3545, De Luxe Soda Fountain.
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§.12.50—1n

fURNITURE

AIRS—Sturdy Chairs well finished |
to alnut, or Mahogany. Suitable for
Office and Home, Only $5.40 each.







Q. W. HUTCHINSON & CO., LTD.
Dial 4222, 2.12.50—t.f.n,

F Large variety of Cock-
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Rirch, also Mahogany Dining Tables,

Dinner Waggons and Dinner Chi
good choice aa Sideboards, =
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Bedsteads at Ralph
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Open daily 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cathedral).
Phone 4683. 28.11,50—6n.

MECHANICAL,

TYPEWRITERS — Olympia Portable
Typewriters. Another shipment just
arrived. See these fine machines before
otherwise committing yourself. Apply.
A. G. St. Hill. Phone 3199.

1.12.50—Tn. e.0.d.

MISCELLANEOUS

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GIFTS—Boxed Games
Plastic Chess Sets 3.25
Plastic Drafts 1.00 per set, Broadway
Dress Shop. §.12.50—2n.

are ppm tp omesery

DRIED FRUITS — Raisins, Currants,
Prunes, Dates, Figs and Cut Peel and
Glaced Cherries, Table Raisins ‘% tbs.
and 1 lb. W. M. Ford, 35 Roebuck Street
Dial 3489. 5,12.50—2n.
FLOWERS — Wreaths and Bouquet
made to order by Miss A. Eastmond,
Hindsbury Road. Dial 3766.





2,12.50—4n.

GENTS HATS—A new range of Gents
Hats in all colours and prices. Stanway
Store, Lucas Street, §.12.50—2n.

GIFT SETS—Attractive Gift Sets of
Tea Spoons, Pastry Forks, Fruit Spoons,
Cocktail Sets and many others. Prices
as low as $2.99 set. G. W. HUTCHINSON
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2.12.50—t.f.n.

HAMS—Cooked Hams in Tins 2 Ib. Tin
$3.10 or G—8 Ib. Hams at $8.25 per Ib.
also Apples Red 40c. per lb. W. M. Ford.
Dial 3489, 35 Roebuck Street.

5.12.50—2n.

ONE COOLERATOR in excellent _con-
dition. Apply: No 12 Pavilion Court,
Hastings. 3.12.50—2n.

Rasins 40 c. per Ib.,









Currants 34c.

per Ib., Australia Hams 72c, per lb
C. Herbert, 55 Tudor St., Dial 3686.
5.12.50-—3n.

RAIN COATS, RAIN COATS: At $214
each lovely colours in Plastic for Ladies.
They are so useful and economical, And
would make a lovely Xmas Gift too.
THANI BROS Wm, Henry Street.
Dial 3466. 29.11,50—t.f.n.

SHIRTS—Gents Gabardine and Shark
Skin Sport Shirts. At the Stanway
Store, Lucas Street. 5.12.50—2n

—$—<—$$———
TEA SETS—A most useful and attrac-
tive Gift. 24 piece Teasets in several



. Pr.







designs and decorations, Prices as low
as $9.95 set. G. W.H INSON & CO.,
LiD. Dial . 2,12.50—t.f.n.
TREE DECORATIONS—Special
dicounh of 10% now applying on all
of - decorations. For &
limit only. See vous jewellers,
Y. de & Co., Ltd., 20, Street,
Bridgétown. 29.11.50—6n.
a
ZOPLORA—Perfumed disinfectant con-
taining D.D.T. A powerful ragrant
antiseptic germicide—excelient for the
sick room, public rooms, offices etc
Obtaindble at al! leading store>.
28.11,50—7n. e.0.d.
—————
The public are hereby warned against
giving credit to any person or persons
whomsoever in my name as I do not
hold myself responsible for anyone con-
tracting any debt or debts in my name























Police Magistrate, District “BH”,
3.12.50—2n



NOTICE
The Parochial Treasurer's Office, St.
eg de glomea a o'clock noon
esday end Thu
7th December, 1950. ane



PERCY H. BURTON,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Michael.
3.12.50—2n
NOTICE

I hereby give notice that a Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewal of Liguor Licenses for

Allan] the Parishes of St. Péter and St. Lucy

will be held at District “E” Police
Court on Wednesday the 20th day of

December, 1950 at 11 o'clock a.m
— this Ist. day of December,
; Sgd. SYDNEY H. NURSE,

Police Magistrate,

District “E".
5.12.50-—2n

NOTICE

The public is héreby notified that
r the Consignees

of the ‘Motor vfonsat “Sedgefield” will be

responsible for any debt or debts con-
tracted by the crew while at this Port
VALENTIN DERIC,
Master
CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.,
Consignees
5.12.50—2n

NOTICE

I hereby give notice that a Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewai of Liquor Licenses for
the parish of St. Thomas will be held
at the Police Court District “D" on
Wednesday the 20th day of December,
1950, at 11.00 a.m.

Dated this 2nd day of December, 1950.

J R EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate,
Distriet “D"
5.12.50

2n,



NOTICE

I hereby give notice that a_Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for



the parish of St. James will be held
at the Police Court District “E’ Hole-
town on Tuesday, the 19th day of
December, 1950, at 11.00 a.m.
Dated this 2nd day of December,
1950.
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,
District ‘‘E’,
Holetown
5.12.50—2n
NOTICE
PARISH OF ST, PHILIP
APPLICATIONS (in sealed envelopes

marked on the outside, “Application for
post of Assessor’) will be received by
the undersigned not later than Tuesday
12th December 1950, for the pot of
Assessor for this Parish.

Applicants must furnish Birth Cer-
tificates, Medical Certificates, and Testi-
monials.

Successful Applicant will avsume
duties on 27th December 1950.

For further particulars apply on any

office day to—
P. 8. W. SCOTT,
Clerk of the Vestry,
St. Philip,

5,12.50—Tn

PURLIC SALES
AUCTION
Under The Diamond Hammer

I have been requested to sell by Pub-
lie 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 Alpargatas
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
“KINGSLEY"—2nd Avenue, Belleville
This desirable residence faces the
Belleville Tennis Courts and contains
Drawing and Dining rooms, kitchenette
and open verandahs, and upstairs 3 bed-
rooms, 1 dressing room and usual offices
Garage and 2. servants’ rooms. The
whole area is 6,790 square feet \
Inspection by appointment with Mrs. |
Lisle Bayley. Dial No, 3381
Sale by public competition
15th December at 2 p.m.
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Lucas Street,
28.11,50—10n.







Friday



33%, Perches of land
"s Gap, Brittons Hill,
abutting on lands of Clarke, Lynch,
Sinith, Louise Johnsen and on Me
Clean’s Gap aforesaid

Excellent site for development.

Inspection on application on the pre
mises.

The above property will be set up for
sale by public Auction at our office,
151, Roébuck Street, Bridgetown, on
Friday the 8th mber, at 2 p.m.

R. 8. NICHOLLS & Co.,
Telephone No, 3925.
2.12.50—6n



Te

CHATTEL DWELLING HOUSE ‘ituate
at Upper Dayrelis Road, Christ Church.
containing Closed gallery, Drawing and)
Dining Rooms, Two bedrooms, Kitche:
pnd outoMces together with the paling
and Water and Blectrie Fittings. Land
can be rented. For inspection apply to



» appointed

the Parish Room, Speight»-

town as the place where ail such per- | &* the place where all such persons may

meet on Tuesday, the 2nd day of January,









sons may meet on Tues v.
ef January 1951, nee usckael ae 4051, between the hours of 10 and ll
i0 and 11 o'clock in the morning to clock in the morning to elect a Vestry
elect a Vestry for the Parish of St. Peter | f®" the Parich of St. George for the
for the year i951. year 195! ee Fe |
G. S. CORBIN, a ASON,
Parochial Treasurer, | Parochial Treasurer,
St. Peter St. George.
3.12.50—3n 3.12.50—Sy |
Se tne
PARISH OF ST. JAMES. PARISH OF ST. THOMAS
1 HEREBY give notice that I have 1 HEREBY give notice that I have
appointed the Vestry Room near the} #vPointed the School House near the
Parish Church as the place where all| Parish Church as the place where all
persons duly qualified to vote at any persons ‘duly qualified to vote at any

election of Vestrymen for the said Parish |

may assemble on Tuesday, the 2nd day |

uf January, 1951, between the hours of |

10 and {1 o'clock in the morning to elect

a Vestry for the Parish of St. Thomas |
for the year 195%.

F, F, PILGRIM,

Parochial Treasurer, |

St. Thoma

3.12.50—

PLANES COLLIDE »

election of Vestnymen for the said Parish
may assemble on Tuesday, the 2nd day
of January, 1951, between the hours of
10 and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
a Vestry for the year 1951.
P.H. TARILTON,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. James.
2.12.50—3n,







PARISH OF 8ST. JOHN
1 HEREBY give notice that I have
appointed the Vestry Room at the Parish

Church as the place where all persons

duly qualified to vote at any election * ‘

of Vestrymen fo the saia Parish, may BRUSSELS, Dec. 4.
assemble on Tuesday, the 2nd day of A Belgian Air Force pilot was
January, 1951, between the hours of 10 i in , wo Belgian
and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect killed to day when two Ble

eMVetry for the Parish of St John for | Military reconnaissance aircraft

the year "051, collided over Brussels and crash-
H, S. FRASER, ed in a suburb. The pilot of the}
Parochial ee second machine escaped unin-

3.12.50—dm jured.—Reuter.

erential
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
TENDEKS FOR THE SUPPLY OF GROUND PROVISIONS |

Tenders are invited for the supply of ground provisions for the
three months beginning on the Ist of January, 1951, to the following
Government Departments: —

Glendairy Prison: Sweet potatoes—approximately 9,000 lbs. a
month as governed by the humber of prisoners, to be
delivered twice weekly at the Prison in proportionate
amounts.

Hospital: Sweet potatoes—approximately 5.000 lbs. a
week, to be delivered at the Mental Hospital twice weekly
in proportionate amounts.
Yams—as available. |
Eddoes—as available.
Lazaretto: Sweet potatoes—approximately 400 Ibs. a week, de-
livered twice weekly as ordered.
Yams—as available.
Eddoes—as available,
Breadfruit—as available.

2. Tenders should show the price per 100 Ibs. at which each of
the abovementioned commodities will be delivered at the institution
concerned during each month of the period from the Ist of January
to the 3lst of March, 1951.

3. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes addressed
to the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as to
reach the Colonial Secretary’s Office not later than 4 p.m. on Monday
the 18th of December, 1950. The envelopes should be clearly marked
—“Tenders for ground provisions.”

4, Further information is obtainable from the Prison, the Mental
Hospital and the Lazaretto. ,

5. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or
any tender.

Mental

§.12.50—2n.



Department Of Education

WESTBURY INFANT SCHOOL — ST. MICHAEL

Applications are invited for the Headship of the new Westbury
Infant School from teachers (Women) with at least 10 years’ teaching |
experience. The minimum professional qualification required is the |
Certificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom.

Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for
Head Teachers in Grade II, Elementary Schools.

Candidates who have already submitted application forms in
respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter, ac-
companied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should make
application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from the
Department of Education, All applications must be enclosed in en-
velopes marked “Appointments Board” in the top left hand corner
and must reach the Department of Education by Saturday, 9th}
December, 1950.

Ist December, 1950.

POLICE NOTICE
PARKING

There is space available for parking cars in the following
places: — }
1. Jubilee Gardens;
(Near Parochial Buildings)





lst December, 1950. 3.12.50—2n

POLICE TRAFFIC NOTICE

AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION ON 6TH AND 7TH DECEMBER, 195)





the tenant, Miss Doris Straker, Dres*-
maker or direct to ;Fred J. Ashby,
Churchwarden's Office, Parochiol Build-
ings, Phone 4159. 3.12.50-—3n.

——————— —

“REST HAVEN”, George Street oppo-
site "th Avenue, Belleville with the land
thereon containing 4,440 square feet















eo by, eee. # Stat, The house has drawing and dining rooms,
ae Sandylane Pit, | three bedrooms and usual outoffices and
St. James. | #aTage. a
§,12.50—2n. Inspection by appointment any day
— except Sunday. Phone 3083.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition on Friday &th Deceyn~
ber at 2 p.m. at the Office of the undet=
signed.

CARRINGTON & SEALY. _
Lucas Ttreet, Bridgetown.
1.12.50—6n
haute o* , .
“LASCELLES’”—Worthings, Ch: Ch.,
containing one closed gallery and two
iT 4 (2) open verandah drawing atic
dining rooms, 3 bedr each with
ME running water), breakfast room atic
Lt ep rely besbys kitchen, usual conveniences including
RECs | vas Servants’ rooms and garage it
| yard, also a number of fruit trees
| For further particulars dia

VIOLET VILLE Br

| Cross Road. Inspec 1
ndaiys betwee the yur
tow jand 4 p.m For particula
| or $436





1. All vehicles proceeding in the direction of Queen’s Park
shall approach by way of Roebuck and Crumpton Streets only, after
which (should they desire to set down their passengers) they shal)
leave by way of Constitution Road or St. Michael’s Row.

The same route shall be followed when returning to take up
passengers.

2. Motor cars only shall be allowed to park on Constitution
Road facing North, and shall when leaving be required to do $0,by
way of Belmont Road.

3. No vehicle of burthen shall be allowed to proceed th
St, Michael’s Row, Crumpton Street, or Constitution Road bet rn
1l a.m. and 11 p.m., with the exception of carts returning to remove
exhibits. These shall only be allowed to pass down Constitution
Road from Belmont Corner in single line and enter Queen’s Park by
the Governor’s Gate returning the same way, and proceed in single
line by way of Belmont Road.

Made under Regulation 2 of the Bridgetown and Speightstown

(Traffic) (Amendment) Regulations 1943.

R. T, MICHELIN,
Commissioner of Police
| Police Headquarters,
| Bridgetown,
Ist 3.12.50.—3n

December, 1950

of Register in connection with foods and | @tk In Part “A” of Register in eonnec-
ingredients of foods, and will be entitied |#en with medicated preparations in
to register the same after one month | @blet form for human use {n making
\from the Sth day of December | 050, Seltzer water for the purpose of treating
; unless some person shall in the mean- | @idity, and will be entitled to register

‘time give

| children whose names were placed on

| Jonuary

| 4 Steamer sails 7th

2. Church Village;
(By the Cathedral)
3. Riekett Street between Trafalgar Street and the Wharf;
4. Old Bus Stand, Trafalgar Street.
R. T. MICHELIN,
Commissioner of Police.
Police Headquarters, °

Bridgetown. |

h |

month from the Sth day og December
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such resis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office,
Dated this 5th day of December, 1960
H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.

vegetable fats) and ice cream, and will
be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 5th day of Decem
ber 1950, unless some person shall in the
reantime give notice in duplicate to
me at my office of opposition of such
registration. The trade mark can be seen
on application at my office.

Dated this 5th day of December, 1950 5.12 50-—3n
H. WILLIAMS, _ —————-$——_____-_——
Registrar of Trade Marks
5,12 50—3n.
cintes Leiinichdacete eee TAKE NOTICE
That Libby, MeNeill & Libby, a cor- ae
poration organized and existing under That Miles Laboratories, Ine. a cor
the laws of the State of Maine, US A ,| Peration organized and existing under

the laws of the State of Indiana, U.S.A..
whose trade or business address is City
of Elkhart, State of Indiana, U.S.A., har
applied for the registration of a trade

whose trade or business address is Union |
Stock Yards, City of Chicago, State of
Illinois, U.S.A., has applied the re

sistration of a trade mark in Part “A”



the same after one month from the 5th
day of December 1950, unless some per-
sen shall in the meantime give notice in
duplicate to me at my afice of opposi-
tion, of such registration, The trade
mark can be seen on application at my

notice in duplicate to me at
my office of opposition of such registra
tion. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office

Datea this 5th day of December,

HA. WILLIAMS

1950,






sae of Trade office
pete bibdaa h hic Dated this Sth day of December, 1956
se hh fected, Fos H. WILLIAMS,
E Rexistrar of Trade Marks
DUCATIONAL 3:12,50-—3ii,

LYNCH’S SECONDARY

SCHOOL
SPRY STREET
The parents and guardians of those



WANTED
an HELP

A CLERK for our ‘fatloring Bstablish
ment, some knowledge of salesmanship





the Entrance Examination for the yeat
1951 will be held at this Sehool “on
Friday 8th December at 9.30 o'clock.







Candidates must bring along their Bap-| required. Apply: P. C. S. Maffei & Co,
tiemal Certificate and a Testimonial from | ltd 5,12,.50-2n
“"Parents_and “quardians SivUATION VACANT

and guardians are asked net CA!
to remain on the premises while the| MANAGER — Stationers
Fxamination is in progress store in Trinidad. Write stating ex-

pertence and qualifications to P.O. Box
424, Port-of-Spain enclosing recent
Photograph, Salary according Yo abili-
ty. Minimum $5,600.00 per annum plur

The names of successfil Candidates
will appear in the Barbados
of Sunday 24th December

Examination Fee 5/-

Advocate

A. M. 1D. FORDB, commission,
Headmaster 99.11.60—19n
19.11 50-——3n.,
MALVERN ACADEMY MISCELLANEOUS





EDENVILLE, CABAPSIDE

An. entrange examination will be hei | ,.ACCOUNTS—Accountants will under



nt thif school on MONDAY. ath Deeem-~ 1. Prepay

her at 9.20 a.m. . ieebu-d:
Pupils are prepared for various . wos if .

examination; up to the L.C.C. School “Es — inds Card Boare

Certificate standard in all subjects reser tines “ca esented "Ware

Backward children are also private)
foathed. Entrance fee $1.20
F. i

\pply Advocate oe ‘
10 tr

MORRIS, 24.09.50
Headmaster

5.12.50-—3n





SCRAP GOLD and gold jeweller
hought, highest prices paid See you
Jewellers, Y. De Lima Co, Ltd, 2"
Broad Street, Bridgetown.

26.11,50-—12r
In Aecountancy — Traineo
for Higher Examinations by Qualifieo
teachers Apply in first instance tr

RRF c/o Advocate 12, 50-2
—

MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW —
ZEALAND LINE MITED
(M.A.N.Z. LINE
M.S, “TONGARTRO”™ is
il Adelaide Jenuary 4th,
18th, Brisbane January
Sydney February 7th. Arriving at
nidad first half Mareh, 1951, Barbados
Mid, March, ‘951.
This ve-sel has ample space for Hard
Fiozen and General Cargo
Cargo accepted on through
Leding with transhipment at
for British Guiana, Barbados
ward and Leeward Island).
For further particulars
TURNESS, WITHY &
LIMITED
Trinidad,
B.W.1
& DA COSTA & Co
Barbados,
B.W.1



Series
return to
Tenantry

SWEEPSTAKE TICK
P8168 Finder — please
Vernon Codrington, Wateriord
Michael



TUITION

cur waiting list are asked to note :

Station Hill, St.

§.12.50-—In










Nee The M.V. “Daerwood" will ac-
2Tth cept Cargo and Passengers for
Tri. st. Vincent; St. Lucia; Grenada

and Aruba, Saillig Thursday 7th,

The M.V, "“Gailbbee”
cept Cargo and Poeseen,
Dominica; Antigua, ontserrat,
Nevis and St, Kitts, Date of de-
parture to be notified,



will ac-
ers = for

Bills of
Trinidad
Wind-

B.W.1. SCHOONER OWNERS
ASSOCIATION Ine.

Tele. 4047,

apply:
COMPANY,

LAd.,
Agents



Steamship Co

Qne.



aici adie oustel x

nertagi

Alcon

NEW YORK SERVICE
S/S CG_ Thulin sails Ist December—arrives Barbados 13th December
5/5 Byfjord sails 22nd December-—arrives Barbados ist January.



+
+
%

x

NEW ORLEANS SERVICE iy. erty
S/S_Essi sailed 23rd November—arrives Barbados 7th December.
December—arrives Barbados 21st December.
A_ Steamer sails 21st Deeember—arrive? Barbado, 4th January.

A Steaméf sails 4th January—arrives Barbados 17th January.
cena enema erendiiinn cone
CANADi:AN SPRVICE



SOUTHBOUND

Neme of Ship Montreal
se. “Alcoa Polaris” wth, Nov
“Alcoa Pilgrim” ie
64. “Alcoa Pefhhant” +

N ORTHBOUND

Arriveés
Barbados

Sails Arrives
Barbados
oth Dec,

22nd, Dee.
8th, Jan.

ee te

Sails
Halifax
27th, Nov
12th, Dec
29th Der



Arrives Barbados 13th December,
St. John NB nd Halifax, N.S
Umited passenger accommodation.

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Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Canadian Service.

MINALS OaA270

—— ——

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PAGE EIGHT



| England Football Changes| Book Review
Are Necessary

ity

IT is perhaps fortunate for the England selectors that
they do not have to pick another International team until] 4d energetic Sports Editor of the
next April when England play Scotland at Wembley. Th
certainly have something to think about after the game] has provided er cricket lovers
against Yugoslavia at Highbury last week.

After being two goals up a
vather complacent England team
allowed themselves to be over-
run by a Yugoslav onrush that

combined good football with some
of the unfd@rtunate Continental
ivbe of tackling.



!
|

In the face of this onslaught,

Alf Ramsey, appointed captain inj Tewn 2

the continued absence of Billy
Wright, faited to inspire his men
to the teeth-gritting mood which
was necessary to halt the visitors
Ramsey is a great artist and a
great full-back but he should not
be saddled with the addtional
responsibility of captaincy

What was needed was a little
more give and take by England,
I thought that Dutch referee K. L,
Van der Meer did not fully
explain to the Yugoslavs that
the tactics which they might be
able to employ in their own
country definitely not “go

over” here.
Twice

For instance, twice in the c'os
ing minutes when England wer¢
trying to snatch a winning gow
little Johnny Hancocks was cleat
away when stopped by method
which were distinctly illegai
The first time his shirt was almost
pulled off his back and the
second time he was subjected t

do

one of the best body-checks !
have seen outside an ice-hockey
rink.

Of course there were immedi-
ate smiles and apologies from the
defenders, but the fact remains
that two goal-scoring chances
were lost. All that happened was
that two free-kicks were awarded
against the Yugoslavs and by the
time they were taken the defence
had had time to get back into
position.

In International matches it is
rather difficult to order a playei
off the field. But there is no harn
in administering a severe cautior
and such a step would not have
been unealled for

But despite these two incidents
either of which could have led to
a goal, England should have won
this match quite comfortab'y.
Their inability to do so may be
partly accounted for by the fact
that three changes were made
from the side that had played
so well against Wales the previ-
ous week, Hancocks, Eckersley
and Lofthouse coming in for
Finney, Smith and Milburn,

Likely

Changes are always likely to
upset a tearm. although in this
instance 1 accounted Hancocks
and Lofthouse as two of England's
best performers. But now it looks
as though further changes are
going to be necessary before the
next English International eleven
takes the tield,

Les'ie Compton I do not expect
to receive any more ‘eaps’. He is
definitely too slow on the tury
and while he is still a magnifi-
cent ‘stopper’ in the Arsenal team,
his effectiveness is decreased by
fifty per cent. when not playing
with his club colleagues.

The return of Wright in favour
of Watson would seem to be
another automatic change and
Arsenal's Lionel Smith must fancy
his chances of getting a second
‘cap’ at the expense of left-bacls
Eckersley.

Hancocks,
and Bailey I

Mannion, Lofthouse

would also retain
but the harder shooting and
directness of Langton of Bolton
may mean that Medley will lose
his place at outside-left



TENNIS

YESTERDAY'S MATCHES
LADIES’ SINGLES’ (FINALS)
Mrs. D? E. Worme beat Mis
M. King 6—3, 1—-6, 6—-3.
LADIES’ DOUBLES

Mrs. D. C. Klevan and Miss P

Wilson beat Miss R. Hutson and

Miss A. Sutherland 8—6, 7—5.
MIXED DOUBLES
Mr. und Mrs. E. B. Taylor beat

Mrs. A. O’N. Skinner and M)
J. A. C. Therne 6—2, 6—0,
Miss G. Benjamin and Mr. E.

A. Benjamin played Miss P. King
and Mr. P. J. Roach (uniinished)

TO-DAY’S FIXTURES
MEN'S DOUBLES
Mr. J. A. C. Thorne and Mr.
A. O’N. Skinner vs, Mr, D. I.
Lawrence and Mr. H. L.. Toppin
Mr. P. McG. Patterson and Mr
G. Manning vs. Mr. S. P. Fage-
hill and Mr. J. H.C, Edgehill
Mr. F. D. Barnes and Mr, A
N. Wilson vs. Mr. C.’ A, Patter
son and Mr. R. S, Bancroft
LADIES’ DOUBLES
Mrs. T, A, Gittens and
C. R. Packer vs. Mrs.-C
and Mrs. C, S. Lee.
Miss B. King and Mis: M
Inniss vs. Miss M. King and Mi
gk. P. Taylor

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Football Results “The consummate grace of Jeff-
rey Stolimeyer, the superb artistry

LONDON, Dec. 2 of Frank Worrell, the joyous

Aton Villa 3, Everton 8, abandon with which Everton
mavens 3. seem Wednesday 2.] Weekes bade the ball begone to,
jolton Wanderers 3, Arsenal 0 the boundary, the unconquerable

Charl thletic sfie 7

ane ay Huddersfield | Goggedness of Rae, the controlled |
power of Clyde Walcott, the all- |



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Gdahtherter Gulted: 1. ‘Bewosttle Unit Christiani, the soothing aspect
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_ Tottenham Hotspur 3, Middlesbroug.| which enabled Valentine. to get a e oe the —— ee
3 ‘Jaerer view » de ion | reakfast December 23.
Wolver 4 ee «| clearer view of the destruction ‘ ast on
Bonin ae, Terr st —_ ary by his wk ex = |
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Stirling Albion 4, Stenhonsmuir 2



Crewe Alexandra 2, Bradford 4
Darliigton 0, York City 3

Gateshead 2, Tranmere Rovers 0
Halifax Town 2, Acerington Stanley 2
Hartlepools United 3, Southport 2
Lirecoln City 3, Barrow 0,

New Brighton 2, Oldham Athletic 9
Rochdale 2, Gunthorpe United 6
Shrew bury Town 1, Rotherham United | of

strokes of Roy Marshall, the bril-
liance of Ken Trestrail whenever
oceasion allowed, the sustained ac-
curacy of Johnson, the devastating
swing of Pierre, the tireless energy
of Jones, the extensive repertoire
“Boogles” Williams, the power

18th December.

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Stockport County 1, Carlisie United 2

AMeunot S. Giiingher. 4 great captain John Goddard tu

weld these diversities of gifts,



Brighton and Hove 3, Leyton Orient 0

Colchester’ United 3, Millwall 0. talents and temperaments into a

Crystal Palace 1, Walsall 0 combination which challenged e
New Port County 1, Ipswich Town 2 comparison with the

Northampton ‘Town 1, Reading '.

English or Australian teams of the
past or present—are here caught
and preserved by the art of the

Norwich City 1, Plymeuth Argyle” 6

LONDON UBAGUE

Musical Ride

Barnsley 1. Manchester City } sre reg 4 ; — By
Blackburn Rovers 1, Chesterfield 1 foe Gomian ee by
Brentford 2, Queens Park Rangers ! ae ae r
tna be wvers 1, Bury 1 scription to aid the memory of the THE BARBADOS

Hull City 9. Preston Morth End 0
Leeds United 3, Birmingham City 6
luton Town 1, Cardiff City 1.
Sheffield United 2, Coventry City 0.
Southampton 2, Leicester City 2
Swansea Town 2, Nott; County 1
West Ham United 2, Grimsby Town 1

reader.

With Mr. Coppin’s book before
us we will all realise again and
again those glorious five months
when our heroes delighted and
dazzled the thousands of English
)spectators who risked the worst
of the English weather to get a

POLICE FORCE

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Wednesday 6th
December at 4 p.m.

SCOTTISH LEAGUE DIVISION B
Cowdenbeath 3, Arbroath 2



Dundee United 3, Ayr Limited 1 slimps % “ =

se of the men who had |
Forfar Athletic 4, Dunfermline Ath- | 8'1MP ; . Mee : z
: ought bac to the historic | The following i> the programme
letic 2 brough k ne istoric | for the Gymkhana which takes

grounds of the “old country” the ;
glory and glamour which invested
the Homeric encounters when |
the stars of Trumper, Ranji, Mac-
laren, Jackson, Clem Hill, Macart-
ney, Woolley—but the list is end-
less—-were in the ascendant.

J. W. B. CHENERY.

Hamilton Academicals 0, Dumbarton 1.
Kilmarnock 3, Saint Johnstone 2,
Qlieens Park 1, Queen of the South, 1

plece on Thursday, 7th December
at 1.30 p.m.

Presentation of Prizes
by
His Excellency the Governor

SCOTIISH LEAGUE DIVISION A
Aberdeen 2, Hearts 0.
Airdrieonians 2, East Fife 2
Clyde 2, Rangers 1
Falkirk 0, Morton |
Hibernian 2, Dundee 0.

Patrick Thistle 0, Celtic 1



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Combermere .. 5 3 10.00) ‘he Welshman had won_ bi Ae Renee Te eee eee ALLEYNE A
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‘ Pe on Farr, his nose bleeding and his ot % ; rn
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Sun Sets: 5.38 p.m
ws expecte,, to move the ents
House into committee oe Moon (New) December { MAY TO SEPTEMBER 1950.
the Bill to provide for the Lighting: 6.00 p.m.
regulation of Public Utili- High Water: 12.05 a.m., : : , ums ee
ties. 12.22 pam, Complete with scores, averages, brief details I

Mr. Bryan is takin YESTERDAY y ,
charge of a bill to uaemers Rainfall (Codrington) Nil Edited by Advocate Sports Editor O.S. COPPIN.
Total for Month to Yester- ee

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PACE EIGHT BABBADOS ADVOCATE TVF.SDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1950 I England Ft>otball Changes Are Necessary u Peler lh 11 i perhaps* fortunate lor the England selectors that pick another International team until next April when KnRland play Scotland at Wembley. They certain to think about after the game against Yugoslavia at Highbury last week. Anei being two KMU up .t .I. i. %  —football Results two 1 %  \. i be ovei mat • ombMiitu *.--. %  inrj .( the unldfctuti.iir ConUncnlall £* %  -.khng |n UM faca of thi> onslaught, cr-m >tain iin T ""' All Ramsey, appoint*] captain Ha* contll i o* Hill' Wright, falted to ,;tfpirr hi men in ihc teelh-gritTing mood which I %  I Raanaes I ana* *rwi i greni roll-back but ha siumM n-i Ea saddled with the add'Uonal ipjpoTt'ihiii!. ..i capialnc> W. %  :!...1.give and taki'>> Kngland I thought that Dut.h refaraa K I. Van der Meet did not (till) explain ti the VNaJMlavi UW the tactics which the) %  bat i" employ In their own country rifi'miMy '•" not "S" OVar" here MM Fur Instant i tv h In tba c'oainjj minute* wimi BnCland B/W tpvnn' t" snateh .< winning * %  • little .i..i.in Hancocki awai whan itoppad bj HUIIUKI whu ii were dutlnctlj Ulegal The Drat Umc hU lUrl was .ilmosl pulled off his back second tin ibjactad one of the beat bod] have atBB (tub i<<--hock.'> rink. Of course Ibare were %  I (U< ate smiles and apotogfCl (TOO) lh) but the fart remainthat two gual-scoring c han ea i were lo*' A that ha] 11 that two free-kicks were awarde.! against the Yugoslavs and by the time the) were taken lh. had had time to Ret hack Into position. In International ma* rjther difficult to ordci a playei nfT the Hal 'i" aarn in adminlMering .. srv.n lllttoand such %  Step would not bava been uncalled tot iiui daaptt* the* two Incktanti .th< %  of which could ha a goal. England should have WO thU match quite cnmiortah'v Theii Inablllt) to do *> % %  > b partlv accounted for l>> lh* fac thai three changes were made from the side that had played so well against wnie< lh.previ. us week. Hancocks fekersja; :nd Loftnouae coming in foi -,-.,i-t*i .in<< Mllburn Likely i (,.,:.. %  .n ilwayi Itkelj t upaM %  H .ilthtHigh in thi* instant.I accounted Hanroek and Lorthouse aa two <>f England': best i>rrformers. Hut now it look aa though ruitbei changes an going to he necessary befon oaxl English International e taken the Held Lastte ComptOSI I do not expect to receive any more "caps' He i*> definitely too slow on the turn and while he is still a inagnitirenl Stopper' In the Ar*en.-1 teni-i. his cnVt-tivwirss is decreased by tiflv per cent when not playing i lub i oUeaguea Th.retiiin of Wright in l-v..ui v: taon would seem to 1** BftOthei ..moniatic change and Uonal Smith must lam i tils chance, of getting a secon i %  cap 1 -i the axpanae >' laft-teck Fckcrsley. Hancocks. Mannion. LofthouM ;nd Baliay 1 would also retain but the harder %  hooting %  "• directneu of l.unglon ol BoUOH may mean that Medley will lose his place at outside-left 3 ahrflWId WaoViaarfay I MMlUOTI i. Arnrtl S. AlhH-lK I Mud4#r>nrld Drrb> Oaunir I, rtorlstnout FUIh.it, . gurntev I. I. Chafer. • •4—^i le> l/ !" t1 I Nf*.i CM) i Wrt-ilwnt 1 -1— lUlrl-l to*n I Ui : A.. %  H.-iirp-.i< In roln CM* "" . % %  BtlgSrl OitrH'ieiM Ui>li*4 M M* huri Ti.n l H< I StwHinrt i AMTHHH 'I (itilmcn* .. 4 Ril.lKnn .did lln^ I M i .1. hntn L..iwd . atlll*U '• I' A.BAI UI^ %  IC^ IONIWN UUi.l I I. ManciM-ta* Ci I K.,.iT. 1. C-i*iWfia-i-i %  -. UWife, lUnscf< noi<.Un t.iv.i. I Burr I tmii CH) n Prrx.... Mtih End 1...1. u.n-.i I, iiitmtotshMM cn% 1AIU TKI I i ...art C>i I. MiHIWId l'"IM 1. C..i-i.ir< m^ • lli 1 Smuurii T<>"< Ptatl .. i v rui MS O Book Review •orwl .S'-ut risil irt The H'eft .-i ream to England. •iber 1950. edtfed t>\, SCOTTIHII I I '<•'" i.in I. A. UuwlNniVIMoN Alhleiu lliinltrmiuid All. 1o ix.mtwrbKl I UFh -' Sali. I JohtiHo"* 1. ,.. B I w ..i "* asuUi. I HtlrUng Albion *. SI-tihotiMnuIr 2 aaotiigM Liaoin i" ; ADrldr*.. 1. HIU • A.rdl-u.m. I. B-.I Flli" 2 Clvdr 1 li*n*r<* I r-lhlid Morh I It.**".urn 2. Di-i^ O |.,T1, Tlil-t" CHM I V ilh II."..1 Molhi.-M -Reuler POSITION OT-" Cl.UBS First I>iviaion pi**t Pi* lh, HdSN Indie* Crtf. May feptei • i>pm. PRICl If oo. Mr O. S Coppin. the populai and energeii. Sports Fditor ol the oomjnaskded on the ^re treat he has providfi I. throughout the Caribbean and bei m.* under review. The consummate grate of Jeff rey Stollmeyei. the .upei I of Frank Worrell, the joyous abandon with w r. t r h Everton Weekes bade the ball begone 1.. the boundary, the unconquerable doagedness of Hae. thecntrolleo power of Clyde Waitoti. the all! round excclU-n.i i>( (loines and • Christlani, the soothing aipKt which concealed the gfsUla ol Itam.idt.in. and the spectailoWhlcb ( ii.ii.led Valentine to get a clearer view of the destruction caused by his quirk leg-brenk grid i %  • %  ngaa of pare, the elegance of the classical forward I >liok.ol KON Marshall, the bril%  Itaaaa ^t Km Trestrai] whenevci .lowed. Hie >ustained accuracy of Johnson, the devastating %  wing ol llcrre. the tireless energy i i. the extensive repertoire of "Boogie*" Williams, the power of leadership which en.. gnat <.|.t-i' John tinddard tu a*oM tin"*' dlwaltlai ol gifts. talents and iempi-iainenlInto combination which challenge.! roiniinrison wilh the greatest or Bngnian a Auatralian teams of the past or praaarri are here caugh' and picwrved bl the art of the photographer and presented with Just enough comment and description to aid th.' limitary ol m n sdj I Wilh Mr Copptol'l book l>eforc us we will all realise again and again those glorious five month*WMO OUI heroes delighted and dazzled the thousands of Englisn %  spectator!, who risked the worst ot the English weather tu get ; %  glimpse of the men who hm 1 brought back to the histori'grounds of the '"old country" the glory and glamour which invested tinHotnarb encounters when i the stars of Trumpet. It ami. Maclarcn, Jackson, Clem Hill. Macartney. Woolley but the list Is endrra in the ascendant. J W B CIIENKRV Wmiilfiei PickwKk r. IB College 5 Empire ?> 13 Poue i' Carlton 8 12 Si-artnn i • CornlM'i meie :i 3 Lodge .5 1 liter mediatr Y.M P ( 6 27 Mental Hospital fl 22 Cabki & fflralaas a 20 Kiupiif 1 Pickwick .6 H Wanderers 6 12 Windward ..7 3 /.; .. 8 i Second Division Played Pl60 (HI ,h M, 43 33 36 II 33 33 gg ou 10.00 HI 00 TENNIS Mi Wll'o Hkn YKSTKROAY'S MATCHES .ADIESMINGLES tMNALKi Hn i K Worma x-,.t Mu hi. King u -3. I 'i. %  ->. LADIES* mu m l I) C Klcv.in god Mm P beal Miss R Hutson and \ Sutherland a—6. 7 B MIXi:i) DOI'BLES Mi Ad Mrs E It Taylor b i.l Mrs A o*N. Skinnei and Mi J. A C TH. i UP i !. ti Benlamin and Mr E. \ B I I %  I' K'.Tand Mi P .1 Roach (unltnlihedi TO-DAYS FIXTUHKS Ml NS IMH BLEH Mr. J. A C Thor-i. \ iys Bkinnei v> Mi 1) [. I^wr.-nceand Mi It L Toppin Mi !• McG Path roon and Hi lannii Mr. 8. P >: %  .. hill and Mi J H t Ktlgehill M. f I' Barnaa and Mr A v Mi c. A Patter on u ,i Hi R s Bam LAOfKaV IMII BLBfl gnd M' .' if i' lekn Mr and Mn i s Lea .1: K m % %  %  '' %  %  end Mi v.. v Tayloi Regiment l^ewurd Empire Pickwick Carlton Police Y MI'C College Central Foundalu n i i %  I U'lC < i 33 30 28 25 21 20 13 12 match abei Tommy Farr Gutjtointed NEW YORK. Dec 4, Thirty-six-year-old Tommj Farr. former British Heav>weighi champion, suffered (he first defeat of his "comeback" campaign when outpointed to-night by coloured American hght-heavyweight Lloyd Marshall over ten rounds here The Welshman bad won hi. previous iwo fights Hnoe returning to the ring last Scplcmltei after a ten years" absence Fair, his nose bleeding and Inright eye almost closed, sportingly acknowledged his victor's supremacy and he must have thoupht I hack to that day in 1937 when his I face was equally as marked after he had been beaten hy Joe Leuls for Ihe world title Though Farr had a weight advantage of IB pounds. Marshall i Hi his long arms ;md legs :ip, i %  i the bigger of the two and -fter the first few rounds wns nearly always having the bettei of the exchiniges.—Keuter the Kepirl ol i.mm.lire ap no.der Hie rorN\ lial'.-tm I t-ila\ I'aliee 1'aniU II BJgfc afagggng ..,.. %  -— ..*• %  ouii ell i pm. UI louinil Mill %  .M.I. tne firi-i pointed i" n ..-!>..lid.n. H.'iWfri MM £sce)lenc> baa tiovernoi mil ihr geefaggvrf al *laie %  m Ihe in %  !. %  II nl idr. ,II> i i %  ol the ounril The II-.. nl Akscmbl) nieeU at J p %  • %  Mr. Adam* i exreele.t Ui move the lluu**Into mmm,tlee e i Ihe Hill to provide for the .(. ni in. MI nl Public llili lies Mr rharge Br>i Uklnt .in pm Hoiin; bill U> BgcteaVa r.... ,i of i ..,,1. ..i %  he iinii-ii foun.ll holds ,i .... kI nl ii.i I• 11 h..ii..iiF nf Mr Okawfoa nuaaaa. Bne*l lecturer, n fl Jll |> m The Mobile (Inemti gtVOI A .hH Jl Indian (imuml Thuol gagaag-a, si I'etei .1 1 30 p.m. India .•J>. r )—.-> In 2nd Test BOMBAY. Dae 1 India were 355 for S in thetf second innings at the close of play to-day in the second unofficial Test" match against the Commonwealth here. / H. Sutcliffe t Yorkshire) Dovaa (Kant) and 11. w. Slephcnson (Somerset) arrived here from London yesterday eveIng to join the Commonwealth mckgtlng inuring team. Tba] are to replace. L Jackson t Derbyshire) R Spoonei (Warwickshire! and J. Laker 1 Iteuter The Weather TO-DAY Sun Ka.ru: 6 U.t a.m. Sun SeU: S.31 p.m. Mown i New 1 December !. Lighting: 6 Oil p.m. High u.ii. It.03 a.m.. n p.m. Ye^lTHRDAV 1. IIF.I.IU KUdrlnitoni Nil 1 -1.1 for Monlh to Ye a |erday : .66 Ins. I mi.. 1.1 1 ui. I Max.) .'I t Temperature iMIn-i 72.5 F Wind Direction <9 a m I F. Cl p.m.) K Wind VgtaoHl mile* pel hour lUnmeter i a m. W.a*7 II ami IftJM 1 Thcyll Do It Every Time y>U'RE NOT A SOOO STORyTELLER-8UT VOL) THINK yoU'VE GOT ONE "THE 30VS WILL LIKEWl ^SAROAGOOO ONE TOCHy-SEEMS / T-EKE HAS Ati INDIAH CHIEF HAMED SHOKTG*KE.MED JUST AS VOU GET TO THE PUNCH LINE-SOMEBODX PUNCHIER DISTRACTS 'EM EVERY TIME -— / % %  AhiO THE I TITLE OF THIS SAO TALE IS I "93U/W BURY [ SHORTCAKE" -GET IT? •\^ • %  0LII — n / Mer Fovonle Maka-Up In Gorgeous Gold Gift Presentations HOLIYWOOD SL MANHATTAN RESTAURANT Announce* that II will be aervusg the nsUal \nu* breakfast on December Z3 For Reservations please Phone .11.1 a not later than IKlh Iteeember. AGR10JLT11RAI :i ExmimoN Hhl.THE BARBADOS "GOIDEN BOOK OF BEAUTY" Hidden between its striking golden covers, ihc'll be thrilled to discover .Max Fad >r Hollywood Pan-Cake Mike-Up. Rouge and Lipstick "MY BEAUTY SECRET" Golden gilt box ot gUmoui autographed bt famous screen sur Fearuj; Powder. Rouge, and Lipsikk A pettect. personalized preseni oit o' i*Moue '*! SHt WOUVO CHOOSI ros Htggftf WEST INDIES RECORD TOUR TO ENGLAND ON SALE NOW AT ALL LEADING BOOKSHOPS THE ADVOCATES PICTORIAL SOUVENIR o! the visit of IHE WEST INDIES TEAM TO ENGIBD MAY TO SEPTEMBER 1950 Complete wilh scores, averages, brief .leioili foiled b/ Advocate Spo'li fditor 0. S. COPPIN. Bg H MWei IIACI IOMUI I : -i IN*. : UM .Laa-*nCNDINC PACE .<*hildf*i. Ml | g BirCKFT HA. at SI VM eacli %  11. tinat S3 OB e.icU 3', lb. MM ut li I," each. Hi 11 lb*, at $1 30 per lb. al*o tlM PICNIC HAMS 7 9 lbs. it SI 20 per lb. AMMJEYB/E ARTHUR A Ota. f-TO. WORK For our people depends quite .' bil on YOUR support ol "HOOM Industries." APART from thm. compare LIMQLENE I (price and quality) sgiauut any | MMIII.II artiCM nd you will find you get better value. Uimolene i* as refn*>lnng a* a bream of Spring 18 to 67c at your dealer. ,v,v,-.;v/,-.v.v/-v,vr.*.v^--W/v^'.vvv...'-.v^'.. Gums Bleed, Teeth Loose? W**V,-. -•. -.',-,-,'.' Pliono 4456 for < AlIKIACi: BCILTS it NUTS 5/l" & 3/8'' S((l'AKK BOLTS & NUTS Vi" & V PAINT BRUSHES all slid SAFETY HASPS & STAPLES 2" to " PADLOCKS DEADLOCKS NHiHT LATCHES RIM LATCHES KNOB LOCKS mid HARDWARE of all kinds WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. /,'.-rf,/Vrf*-t** ATTENTION/ PLANTATION MANAGERS SHOULD THE HEAVY RAINS CONTINUE Dtmmo nre CROP SEASON, ARK SOUR TRUCKS EQUIPPED WITH NON-SKIP CHAINS TO TACKLE THE JOB' WE ARE NOW BOOKING ORDERS FOR Parsons Non-skid Chains PLEASE INFORM US OF YOUR REQUIREMENTS EARLY Wrilr m ... Dil 4269. ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAT NTSrVKT "I \t. UM SANTAS Qelectem>xr t> in am* i'lr I a-aaaar a'"* (li.AKs. CiaAUttntt, K;ARETTK CASE, PIPES Ur.lITERS 1'lrlnre Boxed CH(M (H.ATES b> Csilburv—Fry Kowntree <*ONFElllDf loaiar all lh* tlau t-wi" ,.anr linnet awl th-n >MN (f ttab na> ti icavirv gjnaaaa ID 14 wn afi-> *i.< %  • %  in T (UBU itaa ftovrei v leow Iwlli •*•( rnurn iBOa* aim iri,i coold tal Ihe .laroV.t I 'o.-d Oucr J nlu-i 70r l"lh lo .OJI . „ -. i i I..I.H tun I OK LADIES: N..l> BnbaMd I.IATHER 0ALIPC1KIA frtlfTnlt In P..ient or Suede in various .i>* tg Hi G 4:>: S IIIR MINI IllRABLfc LEATHER SHOES with LEATHER SOLES— in Block and Brown t i U: ti U: H wilh Rubber Soles W %  v.uh crepe Soles MM: *' KOR (IHLUKEN: Trouiol LEATHER SHOES A1s-> SANDALS wild Rubber Solr* ii MI s OaBfta PIMPS | and Blue. in White. Brown Hosier). Socks. She PolUhes Suede Cleaner Mcgtckt Atn --• • r.r Prrrk>a. I,



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. DECEMBER 1*50 Cabib gtdtinq Al'V STOW Sr... Mr. and Mrs." Benedict ) who arrived on II .W I A Lucia Might Mr. Flemming who OmmmM will be leaving Barbados on Thyrsd.-.He l< going home on long h Toronto Solicitor M il. r A WATSON of Toronto arrived from SI. Uicta ye*terday afternoon t.y ft W.I A. to spend a month'-, holiday in Barbados. Starting from the Bahama*. Mr Watson ha-. bOBa muring ihe Caribbean and tuti here he may go to England. Mr Watson 1.* :i solicitor In Toronto Educational Adviser M R. S A. HAMMOND. Ed urntion... I %  %  1 I> MI I W.. returned fn Si Lueta yeaterday afternoon .,ii W I.A.' Canadian Aviation M R. AND MRS RONALD A KEITH tfh. on Wednesday j.re (toon Canada, where Mr. Keith m Editor of Canadian AvUUwi. They are guests at the Ocean View Hot.1 and have been here itned November 23. Short Viait M R AM' SYONKY KIN'CH. who were In I'rinldad on 1 ahart visit, ra tu rnod on *--.. J tSundavhvnwiA Cccon And Cocoa nuts Tourin* W IVI R :ir "'-. Mrs Boavan Archi M R ANli viil uin r*m bald'arrived from Tobago i.aii...JAMES tuny ( H, t erday via Trinidad by B W I A iiAi.i.is airlvad from rrln Th.-. wan acewnpaniad by tne. dad yesterday morning by RW I.A. two children. Mr Archibald wlv. A farmer in Ireland. Mr CMtaDJl U a cOcoanut and cicoa groweIs on holiday and rM ,,ml him Tobago lold Cartb that Ou wife an tourtni WVTal ol th have come over for s month'" w.i islands The* have %  Iroad) hdtiday Ont<"' %  •• botldaj England by ship They anstaying at the Marine Arriv.n In January HolPl \R NEVILLE D OSRORNF a-' an-Jvad Iron Trinidad yes tstetar at taxes. Inoame ] "STM! *aiKi ,£ been aprmmteti A-*i*tam Income Tax Commi"lr.ner. Barbados POCKET WR1W1 •'• %  '! % % % %  Ukrlt hoom i-and fiat. ihr m n >lr Poppy Bridge E VEhY v,„i ..1 tun. 1 M p|j> raise Loaajga) Organisers in Si Peter have now scganisvd a Bridge Drive which WlU take place < fl Friday. Doc. flth at the Marine Hotel Thirty live tables have already been boaaafl Farewell Party M R „ i "TMIK Bm.l Fir.t VUit Council gave a Farewell Party for Mr Chtfflga Thomas, at their headluarter* Wakefleld' yesterday afternoon He leaves Barbados on Thursday, returning to England by ihe Gotflm Mi Thomas of the British Drama League, came to Parbadoa DUpta of months ago under the %  ;ii"'ol the British Council Managing Director M R CHAR1.ES A JACK. Managing Director ol W. S Kobertson and Co., Ltd.. San F*rado, Trinidad, and Mrs .lack, Bi nmipamed by their dauuhtei JocqualbM Deanna, are at present i Barbados for a few weeks' holiday Thc T are guests at Ihe HoM Roval Intransit M R SYDNEY rLOOK and Mr Cecil Chambers of Fitslatrtcsi Graham In Trinidad -11 rived yesterday by B.W.IA. The-y leave this morning by B.Q, Airways for Dominica. Sydney was here In September *'h his brother for a short holiday Transferred M B. ANTHONY CUTHBL.RT SPURMNO. Trlnlda K itoi •General, who has been transferred to The Gambia, West Vf.i.ii M ;. Puki Judge. will be iimiiig the In transit passenger: .lie Gntftfo which arrive* here n Thursda> Ltd., m TrUudad d the former Rosemars SmelRe. daughter of Mr. and Mr-, Bruce nellie of Trinidad. They an span dl ng HM 1 oon at Sam Lord's "• Week-end Arrival ROY SKINNER representative of the National Cashj Register Co., arrived from Ta*ldad over tk* week-end, to spWgt couple at wee4M' holld H He is staying ,1 Windsor HoMI Spent Honeymoon Herr* M R. and MRS DESMOND "BULLtrHAMEI.-SMITH ho have been spending their honeymoon In Barbados retumeil to Trinidad ye-terday afternoor bv B.WIA. They were staying at the Oceai View Hotel Area Engineer M R 'BOB" GREENE. Area Engineer of International Aeradm Ltd,, was among th l passengers leaving for Grenad.i yesterday afternoon by B W.I.A Housewives' Guide Price* for KnglWi l*Mali-- and Onlasui in Uie local markrl whrn the Advorate checked yesterday were: nli-h Potatom. I renl> per lb OnhMU. IB ..-11 u per lb B.B.C. PROGRAMME YES! II. i • vtm p The N.. T IS 1 0*1" I U am Lel'i mk* M^uSc. • m rioM Down 11 noon ThNUT. Mo p m. Nwa AiyilV"' IS'S p.tn 1 %  sism !" rnd> II IS p in Cnfortf v-o-.b.ia. I m on th Job r.ia p.m Mln SHU>| IBS p.m Tip Top Tune* pm TTw Nw. IIS pm Horn* NUM !" n*llln. IIS pm Spurt* Review > pi., lUmo Tht.li.. 4 pm Th 1 ... Th n-ilr Vivl.. 4 IS -ii BUC I.mph.-L\ Orrr—"r. % p m B Hair. S II .S pm Dan. With Barclay. Bank M 1 S YVETTE HRANCKEK was In Barbados fr>. waafca 1 holiday K^urnedeM 1 Trinidad over the week-ewl by BWI.A. She was .taylnn'win friends 11, Worthing. NV Brancker is with Barclay* mink in Porl-of Spain London %  %  id. SI* "> li.tatli.da>. \r lord 1 Analytic 1 l p m ..l Indian : ,. Htgf.1 Itl p.m Tnlk b> <*r v,th 1 Blla 1 p m K*dk> i-.o Uxl M N, ,...„. %  p-r. t M'!'. j.,1, %  ** ,.... line Win n pm Mt>d Ua-h' Orcti l>..i Mtt'. Ih* Common Th' N*a. UM Edltntl-h a" i p." Tip TO* 10 4ft | m Htporl fro %  nmin Hall *v 4 30 and 8.1S p.m. Republic Whoi* Batial •PAINTED mam I JtSON Sammy KINNY with Hal TALIAFENO and Jack PERRIN ROYAL Ijist TVi Show* To-day 4.30 and 8 30 pm ColumbiWh v :•THE SPIDERS WEB" Warren HULL — Irll MEREDITH and Richard FISKE OLYMPIC Today and Tomorrov. 4JCI and 8.15 pm. Columbia Big Double George RAPT and Nina FOCH JOHNNY ALLEGRO" AND With Oang AUTHY Elena VERDUGO and Stephen Dt'NNK 1*1 AHU THEATML Ht-IH I 1 J .\ It. II) p.m. — Isl I'-iri ItunurmuV 'I'hurH.mm'Jtfl i'.lH'l' rormarl Honeymoonerg ln.11 A HUIV1NC. from Trinidad nolifV Sunday by B.W.f A. w.-, r daylng In Trinidad for the past Mr. and Mrs. David Jutim.li. eighteen days. They have come who were married In Tr nil 7~ ov ''' * ^ whal Barbados is like Saturday Mr Johnston* Is the Barbados by „nd plan to be here for at leas' aou of Mr. and Mrs. Robert rlv in Jnnutwo weeks. Johnstone of Trinidad nnd 1 This is their first visit here. Director of Wibmri -nd Johnstone pected to arrive the t.txi, V ary. BY THE WAY By Beachcomber I ADMIRE the patience (and %  lha tanllawiaii •mo. IMM In) 1. kdin n papar (fiat gnatu wri flown to Persia the other day, 1,000 rnittN In eighteen hours, sal down lo wotH out howIon B 11 would have taken them to gci thrre under their own steam His til< ulatlona nrc a purely acaidcmnntl 1 1 1 — snail would iiv.> lointnougb to complete the journey on fool. He would either horn a lift from some speedier animal, or turn buck after aye or so Sensible snails should read Alphonse Karr's "Voyage Aiitour do Han Jardln As Pascol said, ail th.(rouble in the snail world comas from their Inabilitj ti corner of a garden. Far better be eaten by an Engtih thrush than .1 foreign one. Hfn. Hmlhuhh btt&TWhtmd I T was over so," said Emma Mulhuish. in g Btatatnanl -nade to tho Proai i atvar did think as *ow Id get 'ormI didn't I was enlin* a sangwidKe frhan thg rocket weni plop, and Ihoro I gfH In a "ole 1 ,, %  nothln'! I dldnt like t.i leave the nn-ket for nag 11 want 11 nut DM It was ever so" AVifif of Mra*u$0 I WROTE M.entK. 1 hope with becoming sympathy, nf a film producer'"fcearch for 11 donkev wlth a pleasing smile, to play ttM *n>roine in .1 now tilm [ now learn that two directors aave the two most promising candidates sin %  Udittogj J'hf IIIM-I Lit 0M dire, tor nid kicked the r.thet Tho winner. I believe, went (iff to the Stork Club with • well-known nployod by the dabowUg Traction Company, and >U<\ between mouthfuts of hay. • \v.an just friends." Fur Angler* U NDER the Immature Sen nan Order, immature fish, when caught, must be put hark m the gaa, aHtl. u munarad word of npnlogy Thai ll all vrrv well, but docs an overgrown nahy tlsh count as immature' A great nulliu dab may ba 1 mete in(am What are von 10 do With him? The Order Is silent o<\ thl* point Again • Uny t\*h may he lull-grown and in his prill phvsn ally and mentullv. Is he U> be thrown aside like n cnst-ofT glove, increlv becauss* of hl slse" And what about immature whales? Riddle me lhat. nay Trinity scholar. $••• 01> VV-V-^-.-,-.*-','-',',*,-,',0'-^*-'.'.0^ '.'.--'-->'-'-'.*.','<.'* • mm * CHARLES McENEARNEY & CO. %  X/jiy,'/'AO'.'.'/,-/,'A HATS 2." TIES r>64 7. IR Alao—Straw. 3.17 3.9.-, fOUTUNE Salm 1Mb Broadway & tceoic daiigm Smart Club-Stripr Tie. aiP BOW SOCKS Bailk lap Idol" Brand 1.0O1.081.1OI.13I.23 MJIhoi. Iron. 64C-J.75 EVANS WIIITFIEI t 1



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II ESOAT, l>M I MRKR 3. ISM BARBADOS ADVOCATE %  • PAGE THREE. U.S.,L.K. Stick Together a> From Pur 1 *' •iwuldoome toaetlu of our talks hi to align i In the new and troubk I in the world, and to find the mentis to a settlement. American officials taut that reports that the President and MM Premier wrri i m.ikv a peace or war" decision SNM %  xagfcrated Btft they admitted that the statesman were concerned with finding %  way to stop the Korean conflict becoming World War Three Observers here thought that President Truman and Attic*' would quickly reach an agreement on another try at reconciling major differences between Ent and West. They were then thought likely to get down to finding a common formula on the allocation of raw material* within in.' world— Reuler. OlUNJESTAD" BRINGS CHEESE DUTCH Steamship I I landed at Barbados some l.'T> crate* and 100 bags <>r potatoc875 crates and 500 bats of oolOBI CO cases of cheese and Ml hams from Antwerp, over the week-end She also brought supplies ut beer, apple sauce, cauliflower. peas and carrots, vegetables for soup, tinned goods, bacon. mont preserves, rolled outs, hnseci. oil stoves and tools from Antwerp along with wheat brand from Antwerp Motor vessel Canadian Constructor which nlsn arrived over th* week-end. brought cartons of tinned bulter. canned meats and supplies of oranges The Canadian QmsfractOf left port ln>t night for Canada after loading a quanlity of moll I Halifax A new picture of Mr. Walter Giff-ud I "SEDGEFIELD" FOR REPAIRS WITH rusl covarini has high set hull and moss, the bottom, the French motor vessel Sedgeflvld sailed into Barbados Sunday morning to undergo repair* on dry dock. She took her bertk alongside th* dry dock yesterday awaiting the launching of the I which was also undergoing repairs. Captain Valentin Herd told the Advocate that local docking facil itles made him bring the Svdgrfield to Barbados for docking In Martinique, from where thv" vessel arrived, docking is not as convenient as In Barbados Tile .SViio.-ri.Mi old She was built as a passengerfreighter She has nmdr bsn Aral call to Barbado". Her Captain and CTOw speak French only THIS i* tbt lateat picture of the new Ualtse BUNt AMe;ns Mr AICOCK BVfocad that the only '.i.'vi .:ife. (heap and n.iii> comfortable air travel VQM '. -.>! ftMduea the airship. Friends tuld him he was crazy. Ti\vy pointed to the R-101 disaster and failure of the Germfiu Graf Zeppelins aa proof that llghter-tharuair craft were no CLERKS' UNION HAS 500 MEMBERS 'From Oui Own r.*TMpone>nt. PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov 31> The recently formed Clerks* Union in Port of Spam is receiving members daily. The roll is now over 500 and soon classes to instruct members in trade union practices will be. held. LEAD IN THE EYES TWENTY-EIGHT-YRAK (>I .11 Reginald Gibbs of My Lord's Hill and 48-year-old Goidbourn Blacken of Haggatt Hall, two plumber of the Water Works Depdi-tme:,i were carried to tne General H< pltal lam night and received treatment after some lead with which tbey were working got into their eyes. The two men were iWaf h a U l at the junction near Fxlghill. St Thomas, soldering a pipe line when the accident occurred. 1'..in in Checking But Mr Alcock kept going, lie patiently checked reports and findings of every recorded airshi) mishap Hi?, coacluetooT Although the ami airship was strung H %  wfaoat, its individual parti were weak Now he has designed an airship wWcfa he thinks has none of th.' early failings He calls, it the "piieumashlp," because its construction K on the lines of a pneumatic tyre and >is dssdJMd, he says, to stand .is much strain. Glass 'Skin' Able lo touch down on land or %  i. |h pneumashlp" will have tn outer skin of specially -proofed glass fibre fabric, a material is strong as slcel. Running from stem to stctn and dispensing with the complicated arrangement of struts an" apaj will be a system of pneumatic tubes. I Says the inventor: "In collision with ground or water, a pneumaship will y.eld to the blow, eas? away and assume its original form Like ., licycle tyre hitting a pothole LJU. Inefficient Brakes Cost £2 A hue of £2 to be paid in 21 days or in default one month's imprisonment was imposed i,ii Charles Hemming of Small Town. St John, by His Worship |gi A .1 H Haiischell yesterday. He wa-, found guilty of driving the motor car J.48 on Hlndsbur> Jiced. a public highway, on November 1 with Inefficient brakes. Atomic I {(mil) Will Mean World War -meBELGRADE, De. . Marshal Tito warned to-day 1 the use of the atomic bomb in Korean war would have fathomable consequences" and lead to the extension of the conflict Into a world war. An official Yugoslav news agency gave these answers he made to questionnaire submitted by Kingsbury Smith, European manager of the International News! Service. 1. What do you think should be done in view of the latest developments in Korea? Do you think it would now be possible to avoid extension of the Korean conflict ? Do you believe the danger for Europe has increased as the n ol the latest developments l" Korea? Answer: Ah regaras the latest developments in Korea. I think it would be possible to avoid extension of that conflict If the United Nations do not for one moment lose sight of the fact that what is most Important for mankind in these fateful times Is to prevent a new world catastrophe." 2. Do you think the United States would bo Justified in using the atom bomb In connection with the Korean conflict If the Ch popular Government refuses b accept United Nations proposal: for peaceful settlement? What do you think should be done now to prevent extension of the Korean war into a wider conflict' Answer: The use of the atom bomb would not save world peace but would on the contrary have unfathomable consequences' and lead to the extension of that conflict into a world war while America would lose a great deal both politically and morally. —Renter WORLD'S MOST CORED TRACTOR I te\cuM~ n \ •••>'•' '*• ONir on* I hat gives you ALL the revolutionary FERGUSON.SYSTEM folu. Will be Shown at the Industrial Exhibition on Wednesday and Thursday December. 6th £ 7th. COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LTD. While Park Rd. — Dial 4616 KCS3E3 gHHpsuwat EXTRA W &R BREAD CAKES EXTRA QUALITY EXTRA STRENGTHENING &f EAT JAR BREAD DAILY — ALWAYS OVEN-FRESH via PAN AMERICAN CLIPPER' PAA v i. AntliM Tourist Service between Han Juan and New York One Way $ 239.30 Hound Trip .... $450.72 B.W.I. Currency • Via Trinidad Tourist Service between l'. % %  ( ->t -i> uii and New York One Way .. 1285.43 Round Trip $53912 B.W.I. C'urrene* • MIAMI Via Antigua One Wav Round Trip *22o.ni nun B.W.I. Currency EUROPE lastvftevt Double-Decked Glpper Service between New York od 'rnn\a''ar>Ur point* Overnight ex com modal.on l New York Ctty on through flight* to Eu'Ope o* no odditlonol coil. FlY PAA. .The betl way In the world fo travel aaywhere in the world f a* former information ord reeerrattom consult yom ••as BBPM o Raison ORCHESTRA j I FLOOR SHOW 9-30 DANCING..-10.30 p.m. to—-3.00 a.m. %  m 9 PAIV AMERICA /v Ho HID AIRWAYS • MAM • ciireiecAMo PAA Da Coite I U ltd BTM $t neat ?!?? iw wi ?j Great Floor Show Staged at 9.30 p.m. — by — NORMAN WOOD The Singing Trio, Quartette and Octet Margot Laifan presents 1950 Youngsters in Charleston to Charleston Idris Mills in his popular "TELL TALES" Grand Finale WHITE CHRISTMAS tiiti-iiiirtof Simla thai in WinT Sleigh wllh SA of lii'islmiis I.ills. Entrance .$1.00 & m Tickets available : Johnson's Stationery Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. DaCosta & Co., Ltd. Marine Hotel **MMMM|HMMUMWRnft^ Table Reservation: Mrs. J. E. Walcott Telephone 3260 £ $1.00 per table of Four





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TUESDAY, DECEMBER i % %  .-,%  SUNDAY ADVOCATE FACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. IMI1MI> MHMIS TELEPHONE 23QS THANKS i-l berrs i\miil WT ii. mraMi family. j-*ire 'riroug thank all ihos* Mi i in any MIHr sympathy in *ur orcadoooi h>the A DIN A ARCHFR Ethelbart Archer 'Husband' Mania. Doll). Eileen nMi 'Daughter.' III* IN MKMOR I AM IN living memory nf our b-i* ( %  UtM. J F BLACK MAN. who *. tailed to r*si on DHMTM J. IMS Con* hut not i. i i %  Cv*r In be rnni"hwd by hilovl* children J il St—It In loving memory of our dear mother and Garod MirTHSfR FRARCiri WAITIfT Mama' nho depailed life on The Mh Dec !*•. %  VttM MM da,.. AJway. Patient. Loving What a beautiful mmory you-vt len behind Your Loving Rmll* your Gentle Face nil your vacant place ii-ai( yoi I Kind For t remembered by MY. ' of mv iwi-md wife M.. UNA DOJCANEV MEXT MM p., red ll,i> hf, ..it December 4th lM Clone hoi not forgotten. Dead but rinawM Her prearnee i. ret with U i In Spirit but not In Body. Mir in. re i id rrjtenicd ma* God Kaat Her aoul in Mara unlll %  meet Mr Kenneth Rett .ll.ntx.nd' Ja.pci Bart. Cameron Hot. Raphael Heal >aor*> Call***! Beat (daughter Clarence Real ibrothrr-ln-law Cleophat Beat Mr. Amv Millar. MrPh.tlt* '..rde. Dtamond. Cecil. Fred. Erie. Allan ICtiltdSrni. Joyce. Yvornri Pene'Opr. and emht other (Grandchildren FOB vm AUTOMOTIVE r*K REivr ROUSES CAM 4kM >our**lf at Dial sOI Ford Prefect -Ndm. Serial r-r*. (aw particulaiIM III H \U I M I s NOTICE PARISH or ST. TMDHV .7*1 *SWhtal OUct at Bonnet, will be r r PILGRIM Parochial Trea.jrer, St. Thorn. P4BLSR <>l -I MI. ii I lirwrilY (in. .ippcir.ted ti "arm %  where Pii Michael an other pt %  fgrish me* aaaembl* on Tweda) :he Sod sv nf Jn.art. itsi, be twee* ihe ho.itot 19 and II i* t. r ect a v. MrthaeI for Ihe rOtar IM' PERCY H RURTUN. Parochial Treasurer. PARISH i | T'" %  'HUM i Nl IM H Iv* nolle* that I h\rd in* New Yestn Room adjoinIh* piste wl*i* ail persona duiv q u lifted to vote lot Ihe H1 %  ..id dM of Jsnuatr. laftt bet^r-n thor T 11i i I HVMCBV gise i.cilr* iha* I ha*. %  %  —inled th V-ui rV-n nMrT th.% % % % % %  a^-Z q..i .H.U TAKE NOTICE PLATIC'.M H l.fied i.. .eW M aai< •set lor Ihe aid Par!.iwet Ha. TUeadgy. ins Is. dl sdg a> •iteat %  %  Man.:' %  '-asgry fnr the P.M. IM moraw M el*. H4l ol 1 I M| f TAKE NOTICE Ml N I M.1KI V -l i ,,r.. OSWALD DfsAHK. Parorhlal Treaoaiei 91 Lurv s.HJ % %  PARISH Clt *T mil If of I mg lo elect a Vesla. foe ihe parU ChrrH Chureh foi the yea: lfsi -ixti. oi>nrsAR[> II.K-an Liquor Iktw SCSSI'H I HFPr.RV for the renew ai the IMh day ,4 December MX jusrrM ghre notice IhM 1 hawc inied in* Ve.lry Room at the W'trv ss in* place where all person. -. lor the '•id "anar. mg) .luemble on Tuesday the Jnd day of J-r mry. IH, brtween the hourof 10 *d II >.' %  %  k in Hie HMpM %  r IMI A A h mil *• %  >r %  % % %  i-.l T fssgyni %  p.>int*g ihe Chui \ne Parish Chuir par f h Wr i er. of th and other person. .1 H I M ,.., raid Part h. mav n.i d.. of Jaaiu l-nr. of If! and ] try lor 1h* P.riih thai I haw aa> achool new TtM ... a. ry. leftl between lt>^ lam l 9 f-wcl a Ve> of' Rt Philip S. W. aCOTT. ifo~hll Treasuiei. •a, Philip. %  be. itM i lr. %  ". BM %  arM l>> of Devcitv .hsll m the d-plicale to m| IU AVHUW 1 HERESY give notice that 1 hi • upnmted the Yratr. Room near i A.ridhouse aa the place whero all parsi ried to vote si atv. election vestrymsn for the satd Panah n .iisemhle on Tu.da<. the *TMl day Jaaiugry. 1*81. belw**n the hours of and II o.l l Y —r% tm T-aiion The trade .nark ca.i isee., SPPllC.lH.il M HQ gfl-n, Dateil Ml l. nil... R'.''. : II lo -j TAKE NOTICE CARNATION agpa it-.. ..rnatum Co "rws ol Ihe fttale of I: gp f I ISM |'BI-R oi m ri n K li. t.-.i IM C. 1_ D II WAI m Polkfg MagUirate Diatncl ll tHit t* g!.. M rl fo vole NOTICE Th* J*srochlal Treasurer' WkrHa*l. win be rinsed at II cm Wnlneadav md Thu—1. Ith Deveniber. IPSO. PtUtCY H BUHTON Parochial Treasurer. NOTICE : i .ill *. foi Ulc> ic renewal of Liquor l.uerarlahei ol Rt pater ant) B4 be held at IH.t.. H rourt on Wedresdsy the Rrth da. ..i December IPVI si II ..clock a hi Dated this 1st day of Deccml--r I-I VI inning | I Chevrolet Truck perfect working orde > Tudor Si Dial MSB ELECTRICAL DKY Cr3JHATTXHIES-Larrr Typ. for Ignition purposes *tc. I", %-ott. Dial Mil. Do Costa At Co, Ltd I Hit Ml XOROF. RrFRIGERATOI' ccndltlon M.,% be aeen at Redman and T. VloV" Show Room For partteiiiarphene 3M5 De U-r Soda Pounlaln Cave Shepher-I'i Ruildirg Bgd RYDNTY If Nl 'riM.. Police Magl.tr ate Qkjb • i s.ll •—n NOTICE The puhli. I. hereh. nilrssr the Maater mr the Co -• of the Molar VWl "SpftfjHk-llF will be ic.p.in.lhle for any debt or debt, con i -.~i M %  %  %  %  %  VAUINTIN DGKliV Maater CRNTRAl. POUNDHY LTD 9 II Sft-lii fURNlTITlE NOTICE reby give i pgtt _rantmn nl CerniVate. of Liquor Lie en*-, tor Thomas will be held % %  oiirt Di.1rrt H or ( Daw iii. CHAIil* RturOy Chairs well flnKhed i Walnut, aw Mahngasiv KuitaMr fr,OrnW and Home. Only MW each Cl W IIUTCHINRON ACO LTD Dial 4492. in so Hi, FURNITURE Large variety of COCkLi 1 Ubl*a In Mahoapn.. Cedar :.rn." Rtrch .In Mahogany Dining Tables. Dinner Waggont and Dinner Choir*, a good choice of Sideboard*, larder. ...d Bedstead, at Ralph Beards Show Koom<. Hardwood All**. i Opposite Cathedral'. Open dally %  a.m. lo 4 I f'hune Dli3 ZB II.WMECHAN1CAI. TYPEWRITERS Otvtnplg Portobl* T.pewrller-. Another shipment Ju.t n-rtved. See these fin* machine* before i-lherwlae committing voitrself Ap|.I' A G St Hill. Pt-ni — .1 T:. Oi. MISCELLANEOUS i l.lil-I'MAS GIFTSBoxrd Gaine* Irom 7 to 4 -. PlatlHChow Set. Ill I'l.-*t" DraffJ 1 "i pg| Ml 1IM-.II---. Dr*.a Shop. 9 13 SO—Jn DRDa> FRUITS rUl.lns. Curianf. Pnmer. Date*. Fig. and Cut Pe*l and Glared Cherrie. Table Hanln, ', Iba. ..iid I lb. W M Ford. Jo Rcebiri-k Atreet Dial SUP. t 13 Sfi FLOWERS Wreath' mad* to order by Mia. A. Hint 1 bury Road Dial ITPB ...I IL... ORNTS RATS—A new rang* Hat* In all colours and prices Store. I.uras Street I Wednesday the ?0-.ri dav law. at 11 a m. Dated thu Inil day of December. Itno J R rniVAHTW Po:iC* taai*lraie District rv NOTICE I hereby give notice that I Session for Ihe granting of Certif-cale(or the renewal of Liquor Llcenae* fm Ihe parlUi of St Jarrie* Will be held M the i^itce Court District "fff Hole~ IOI.II in. T.iewfMV. Ih. IPOi day 01 December. IPS* at II i a tn Dated thu 2nd day of December. itB SYDNEY H NUHHF Police Magistrate. Dutrlri -F.\ Holelown 9 12 90—In NOTICE r.m-ii ni *r run II APPLICATIONS in sealed envelopen.irk*d on the oulslde. Appl post of Asse.-c.rt will be received b\ ihe undersigned not later th^n Tuosgli* 12th December iffM. |M HM P i < Aueamr for this Pariah. Applicants mutt fund h Birth. C*r 11fir*(vs. Medtesi Certirlcsles and Testl... .olnl. Suce'-liil Appi. duties on 2Tth Decmber IffttO. For further pi.rtlrularanfj office day lo— ._ %  w scon Cleik nf i Vat i %  illp IM HI U S Al II N AUCTION stanw'.v' Under Th Iliaainnri ...iniiurr aiFT 1ETS Attractive am SeU ol I i„ Auction on Saturday neart Hi T-a Spoon.. Pastry Forks. Fruit Spoons. | d. r pf rjeeembar 1M0 in the CM — beginning at 4.3S oVIock upstairs j JCklall Set-. -i low as 12 set A CO.. LTD. Dial 4123 HAMSCooked Ham* In •3.10 or i.i lb. Ham. a alto Apples Red at. per II Dial 34M. 3B Roebuck Sir. Tin. 2 lb. TVi MM per lb i w M pom. Off! COO*RATf> in dltlon. Apply: So 13 F Hasting. excellent cona vlllon Court. 3.11.SO—3>i. Currants 14c RAIN COATS. RAIN COATS At M 14 rorh lovely colour* tn JtaaUc for Ladls* Thoy are so useful and economical And would make a lovely Xma. Ollt loo. THAN1 aUKMI Pr. Wm. Htnry Straet. D.al 94-J. II i %  SIGHTS Ge.u. Gabardine and Shark SWn Sport Shirts. At Ihe Sunw> Slore. Lues* Street II w *> TEA SETS—A mo*t useful and attractive Gift 14 piece Teasel. In several iieilana and dec-irjiioi.* P.—• ••-I"" ...MM ret O W HITt'llINSOH ft CO. I. ID. Dial 4339 X13.P0 tin XMAS TREF. tttt-OltATHNSpecl-I dlKount of 10% now applying on all purohaaas of these decora lions. For %  limited parted only. Baa Four Jewellers Y da Uma ft CO.. Ltd.. 90. Rroad Street r.ijgstawn MllJa-lki m at Maganne Lane, over 31a) Rrad> iad* Ladles' dress* over 300 pair* of shoea. arverxl hundred asaoHed Ladle*' handbag*, over 100 pair* of Alpargata* for children, and scveial other meful llama. You cannot afford to ntna th.sale. D'Arcy A. Scott, Auclluneer 1 13 4r, REAL ESTATE "KINOSLSV—3nd Avenu*. Bellevill'' Thl* dailrabl* rendenec faces th' BaUavili* TannU Courts and conUIni Drawing and Dining room*, kilchenett' idah*. and ipslnlr. S bed •-ing %  i md i meet on Tuesda: .mg il <> clack „. ret a Ve-rtr* for the P the rnacntrif u. arVtatar 1 12'. PAKIM fir St JAMU 1 IIKnERY mir .. %  :.. Ihj.1 | haw* PI olotcd the Vgatr] ROOT %  an.h Church a. th.|.'"' *n.-re all '"ont duly qualified In rgtl of Ve.ls.men lor ihe *ali I I ST. JOHN notice that I hav* i Room at the P.rl.h %  the Pan.h of 51 Joh .ts II. S .. Parochial Treaaun M. Jo**.. 1.1190 Ml i*iii-M p*t< %  I ml. oell*. iL atandhi. a peal* crawn.l"> and drav ing pins, an.) will b .fter or. %  month fr-in tn. Slh I*. ,.( prcetnl* Ma i". -Jiall in t". in**nt.me (He .intire In do pi H ale %  . ....... %  r*g(itralloii The irade mark can a••en on Dated (Ml '^. i H-e.b*r. l H III JAMS Regutiai of Trade Marks lllRv TAKE NOTICE (.lil'IM'l TAKE NOTICE PEPSI-COLA %  mpanr. a caspaaa-.1 under the law. ot Ih* I i' or bu-i n*s addrvs. i. i w. tort tiat..( N- York U M erica Manufacturers, hav. ippHad ran A *f Heai.rei „. raauMi %  -trrl Deieiaga..' .•it.p. a** rhghird) the niw. pltg will b. anutbMI u MMM me *oaw .n. i "— %  .th rrnvn in* Ml. da ol Dnrasw. Ivta iirdvsa won* p. raa n .hall H. It. give notira in dupficaw i%  -.* ..f .it.poeltlnn „f .,,.h r*glat...,. The trade maik .an be -e. ,*i ..•Pli.at,..., at .,,, ..fkee *•" %  "* %  !,•.Bias TAKE NOTICE I.IBBVS Thai Ubf M .N..:. I 1 i.h, cor oration urgafo.ed and mating undohe i J _. ,.( the *t-.e ,A M%  e lr.de or bus •aaddrvta Is I'm !" Siork Yard-. CR> I A irlialion of a Irqaa iie|i.o reglateI' • aflat gBM ..,.u. from Ih* M. f.v of Decemb*! IMP. unWsa *om* pa, -m shall in the meantime give n*tk. In giiplLBie to me at my ofVc of SS) pnaltion of such rtwHIratkOn The trad' '. i i a*> of D*c*mb*r. 1Mb II WILLIAMS sr af Trade Mark. titis—ap I11VR HER XS OIL VIOVI I Oil \.MAS 2 S r.i KM K FLOOR A TABLE MODELS OBTAINAHI.R AT Th* 11\MH If I MI'OHKI # (CEftTRAL FOUNDRY I TI> PROPRIETORS! I ortier pf llroad | Tudor Slrr*U SKDfNER. Parochial Treamrvr. St A.nli-3 I1W 3*p %  ppt s Pda. l .kin,n..M vogctaall* fatii and he .ream, and will be, IM l > 311 PARISH OF MI (HOMAx I IIEKTRY give notice i>..t I hart pointed Ihe School House IICI th* nl-h church a* In* place where ah raMM iul qualified lo vole at any %  .tmn ol Ve-lryman for Ih* .aid Parish If a-embl* on Tuesday. Ih. 2nd day January. 1S9I. belwswn the hour, of and II o'clock In Ih* morning to elect Ih* Pail.h of SI Thorns* Urn rr-r Hht. F. F. PIU1RIM hmPul Tresaurer. %  . at MJ pffcg ..t gMMOfttl I I* mark ran be see. in application al *n> ofnee Hated thl. Mh d>. .1 l>*crmb*r. IPW H WDJOAMJI. RpfMI ( Trade Mart.. TAKE NOTICE Ti.at I ihhv. McNeill A | irsgtiHiil and %  ihe law. ot th* llgto .1 H shosr trade or bu.inea. a.1 •K! i . Hollano irsrt am' Merrh.ntal inV ofRc* t-i IH ll WILLIAMS Regt.tr.r of T.a-le Mai) ...... QMJf *U. lallon "I a tt.de mark l'a %  I 5 L I will be PLANES COLLIDE KIU'SSELS. Dec a A Belgian Air Fort* uil Mid re II who** names were placed on Mir walling 11*1 arc a.kerl to not* thai the Enlranc* Examination for the veai IMI will b* held at "A. School on Friday tlh D*cn-.b*r at u. o 1... %  r.ndldal*. rmiH bring along thai ll,,. i %  nelr last head Teacher Paropta and guardian, are a.kad rial t^ remain on the premlr. while th, be '"> am Inallan |a In nm*i*>. Th* names TAKE NOTICE \LK.\ SII.TZKR Lah**Moraw RM evlatrng u the I..K tie Stnle ..f liMllana. I) irtl ufSJft nl .-ppcail tgf The Had> • %  ***n *n application a! mi Mh uol n-cember. IM II WILLIAMS Rr.i.liar ,.l Trad* M.il. Agricultural Exhibition SPECIAL IIIMU IIOS #f XII, III v#> FREE FLOOD LIGHT DANCING ON THE GREEN. 6 TO 10 p. ill. 2 Popular Orchestras in attendance WANTKR v H-ll-*fll C HiRHF. Kogfttg .' % %  m *i I I 3n MALVIHV inmm ElaERVIl.!* ( rtftrtl-kinr An tHitrane* esaminatlon will In nvld -. iMr -rhcwl on .IN|>AV gib Uavosnler al lil.i" Piiplai are prrparvd for various caiiiltiatl.iiIp I I %  i %  ( %  •rtlnc.te btPrla Ras-kt.ar-1 children ,..r '•ached Entrat*fee SI M r.LHO I-. '. I.IIVI ftWERr It *IM %  HKI.P Tatlo, m a Ratahllrl td BIII'ATfON VACANT MANAIiEK For Larfl* SWIIone" .f.i.e In Trinidad Writ* lUitlnd %  perttnc* *mt qua I Meat lone to PO Ro • it P. rt ,>' %  <> md B .W (ewelle i aught. Mghe I prices |.aM Re* yon Icweiirr. V tie Lima A fo Ltd ? llroad %  M Mk, rtrldgvlown Mil W 1I>' i rtlOR In Ai-oiniisiicv nrt WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. •b* B"l *l llw lji.ii Coal — Vi SHIPPING NOTICES •-1 Cargo. ,__> • %  . % %  itli ai least 10 Years teaching iiimi "or Brtllah Oulatui, Burin -rj and l*eward Idand Fot further particular* H'RWEkft. WITHY A I uMirrn Mr Gnage and I servant* whole area it a.7vO aquair lespecllon by .,; LMg fear-lev Dial No XMI Rat* by public competition Friday llth December at S am. tARHlNQTON A, SF.A1 V Lticaa Rtreet Ml 1.90-'On I Act* I Hood Vt Porch** ol land .liost*. al MeCloan-. Uip. %  rttton* Mill Lbutllng on land* nf Clarke. L*neh. Smith, ln.ii** Johrsrn and on M' Clean • Oap aforataM Ear*)lent all* for raeveWpmcnt Inspection on appllcaLon on the pre Department Of Educxition WF.STBl'RY INFANT SCHOOL — ST. MICHAEL Applicallons ire invited for the Headship of the new VYestbur* Infant School from teachers (women) expenenre. The minimum professional qualification required Is the Certificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom Salary will be in accordance with the Government Scale for Head Teachers in Grade II, Elementary Schools. Candidates who have already submitted application forma in respect of previous vacancies (now filled) may apply by letter. 10' companied by a recent testimonial. All other candidates should mane application on the appropriate form which may be obtained from Pie Department of Education. All applications must be encloaffd in envelope* market! "ApadlnlmenU Board" in the top left hand corner and must reach the Department of Education by Saturday, f'h December. 1950. 1st December. I9MI POLICE NOTICE PARKING re is space available for parking can i i-aiAiir. i .il A.l.i.-ie .rdnay .1 Ps**a*atars lor VI.-.K -.t Lucta: Oienoda %  i Ai.ti. S,.in i 'in it-lav Tlh. Th>M %  .i II---HI arrgpf am 1 >' fei. fot A lUg] Mi.iil*wrat NorH nd *i KiltDale, of de part „. t„ a* i nwt soaooNEH OSHISI ASSOCIATION la* I sis. Mil. PHESTCDLD HEFHIGERATUHS There in m I'rr-it old Model tn Miii Every Home — Every Pocket InrorpnrallnK the KM lu-.ivr l'restador Inner dour for exlru Inod storage >. MODEL S. 77i? 7.7 cu. ft MIMIEI. S. 47c 4.4 !" ft Made hy Ihe lara;eil Manufaclurera, of Automatic lit 11 n'l'i -iitois In Britain — well worth wailing for Sealed Pressmatic Units, with 5-year Ouarantew XTSee tlii'.si; nuw und qel vuiirs, f == ^ Out. riddrtawri 70FLORA—P*rfumad dl.lnfertsnl i..lring DDT A power!. MII IMpll f fragrant . Ho.d. Chrl.t Church tonlainlng ClceS gglktrr .'; wing ant Dining RoomTwo bed-ocm* Kilrher-nd oitoT'i-• In* paling and Wattr a'd rteci.ir Filling Land ran ba mcu 'at •aletia'it Mlaa Dons St..... or or direct to Fred J Atnb' rchaarde %  J-oene 41M. 3 IIJa-ori Tl places: — the following all. iih D-,e A Ste..ni'. uilt SIM D \ BWatnM ... i IN.ikvh r • llaroadti. Ttn Drcembei i Rarbado* fl-' !> %  i.e ft, l...f. tlh Jamiar' ll rk gSii nth fgniasr* hotal tnyaall rraponaihle for inyone ct t-BilIng fanF d*W or dabt In m> nai prlasa by a written order c,gnerl KJWNITH V OOHtlL AflSar %  BFRT HA\"WI ". Oeorg* Straet opao te "th Avanur. Relwville with the 1* I tli'Taon containing 4,44* tuae tart lb* hour* has drawing and dm.ng roomItiree bvdrooRvi and usual outofRce* an( li.apaclio.. by appointment any day eacept BtMdar. Pbone maa Tt— above will ba art up for public compelit-m on Frldarv atn rjacarnno.ltiin.il the Offlc. of the undo**lnad imorwezsxcti s:-i^- From Montreal, Si John, N.B.. Halifax, N S. To B.rbadnn. Trinidad, Dcmrrara, BO. with rich-looking colours and deiigns that are a decorator's Joy You can get it for at little as $1.71 2.16 3.37 Or $5.70 per yard at Wm. FogarlyLtd. I hi' HnuHi' ml HuiiKfhnltl %  '<•*