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Thursday
December 7



WITHDRAW AL FRO

U.K. Turns Down\y

Plan For U.K.—
W.I. Shipping

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Dec. 6.
‘THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT has rejected

__ two shipping companies’ proposals for estab-
lishing passenger services between the United |
Kingdom and the West Indies. This was revealed
by Lord Lucas of Chilworth, Parliamentary Sec-
retary for the Ministry of Transport in the House
of Lords yesterday. |

The proposals which had followed the publication of
the Commonwealth Shipping Committee report had been
turned down because the Government considered they |
would not be justified in providing the funds required to |
subsidise them.

Said Lord Lucas: “It was felt

that the extent of this (financial

Stassen Urges | support) was out of proportion

5 jto the benefit which might ac-
= crue, having regard to the already
Cease Fire

IN KOREA



substantial financial assistance}
given by His Majesty’s Govern-
ment to West Indian Governments
for*other purposes, and to many

NEW KORK, Dec, 6 other and more pressing calls
Harold E. Stassen, Former|/upon financial resources avail-
United States Republican candi- /able for the development of the



date for the Presidency at present | west Indies,”
sall for a ceas five in 32 aia naturally disappointed at this
¥ ae ae oe orea. ‘news but the matter is not being

If this call failed, he said at 2 | allowed to rest.
press conference here the United
Nations should direct General Max
Arthur to retaliate against Chin-
ese Communists by “striking in
any manner any objects of muli-
tary significance in either Korea
or China.”

Asked whether in the event of a
cease fire call failing he advised
the use of the atom bomb Stassen
replied: “I have already advo-
cated” striking in any manner.

—Reuter.

Use Atom Bomb,



once

The whole question of shipping
facilities between the two coun-
tries is the subject of active cor-
respondence between the Colonial
Office and the West India Com-
mittee, who feel that the Govern-
ment are not fully alive to ti
extent to which they should sul
sidise a West Indian passenge!
service.

It is understood that the Com-
mittee have in mind, particularly
the case of the Canadian Govern-
ment, who thought it worth sub-





, sidising the ‘Lady’ boats to the

Fj West Indies to the extent of

Says U.S. Senator £300,000 annually, for ease T
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. years.

Senator Paul Douglas, Democrat



of Illinois, said here teat, the |
United States should embrace "
Nationalist China as a fighting Mae Arthur Did Not |
ally and use the atom bomb

against Communist Chinese troops
if necessary.

Outpace U.N. Orders

Douglas told the American
Municipal Association last night
that “the next time a Soviet sat-
ellite started aggression” the at-
tack should be regarded as an act
of war and “we should release
such powers as we have directly |
on Russia herself.”

Six hundred Mayors attending
the meeting applauded his refer-
ences to Russia and Chiang-Kai
Shek’s armies. ‘They were silent
however when Douglas said that
the atom bomb should be used “if
we have no other effective wea-
pon.” —Keuter.



EXPENSIVE RUM |
AND SODA

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dee. 2.
Daniel Young of San Sees
went to a shop, and after telling
the shopkeeper that he was al
policeman, asked for a drink. He
was given a pint of rum and sodas
valued together 64 cents, After
he and friends had drunk this,
he refused to pay saying that he
was a policeman, The matter was
reported, and Young had to pay
$61.64 in fine, costs and compen-



LONDON, Dec. 6.

The British Government to-day
deprecated suggestions that Gen-
eral Douglas MacArthur had gone
beyond United Nations directives
in Korea. Answering a barrage of
questions in the House of Com-
mons, Foreign Under-Secretai ¥
Ernest Davies said:

“We have no reason to suggest
and we do not wish it to be sus-
gested that he had acted outside
resolutions of the United Nation

—Keuter



os .
“Dove” Coming
(From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 4.
Group Captain A. MacDougall,
Central-South-America area man
ager for the De Haviland Air-
craft Company of the United
Kingdom, arrived in Trinidad
from Panama on Sunday night
with his aircraft “Dove”. He wil!
spend a few days here and will
yisit Barbados, the Leeward and
Windward Islands, It will be his{
first visit to the smaller Islands,
having visited Trinidad in June
this year with his Dove aircraft

on his way to Argenta. He
hopes to arrive in Barbados cn
December 11.

HANANAS UP:

sation or serve three months for
receiving goods by false pre-
tences.



HANANA











H.E. THE GOVERNOR who visited the Park at 9.30 yesterday smilef #ith appreciation as he gazes
at this prize winning clump of 158 canes in one hole. Mount Wilton wep the prize--(FIRST).

“We Stand By

Our Friends”
Attlee Tells U.S. Press



a

EUROPE, NOT ASIA WILL



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Barbados Aduncate -
M KOREA LI

U.N. Troop

Betwe

Trade Mission
Coming To WI
FROM BRITAIN

From Our Own Correspondent
LONDON. Dec, 6

British manufacturers are to
make a bid to capture new West
Indian markets

The campaign will commence in
Port-of-Spain on January 22,
when the Governor, Sir Hubert
Rance will receive and open a
British Export Trade Mission to
the Caribbean which will be con-
tinued later in Kingston, Jamaica
and probably the Bahamas.

The Mission which is being or

ganised by “West Indies Buyers
Guide” and Mr. A. 8S, Jenkinson,

caravan manufacturer, aims to
show British goods for sale at
prices which compare favourably
with Canadian and American
manufacturers.

Among goods, some of which
are being shipped next week on
the Golfito, are motor trailer cara
vans, uphoistered furniture
clothes, pottery and househo!t
appliances as well as crockery

Arrangements have been made
with West Indian Airlines for
Chamber of Commerce buyers
from Barbados, British Guiana,
South America and Tobago to be
flown at a cheap rate to Trinidad
to see the exhibition,





. |Nehru Appeals
BE FINAL CRISIS AREA |

For Solution

DELHI, Dec, 6
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 NEW YORK, Dec. 6, The Indian Prime Minist«:
Prime Minist Attlee ina BRITISH PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee has been | J@wsharlal Nehru appealed
speech here to-day said that wita| assured by the United States that in its judgment Europe | 30%, '0 int S0is greet, powers
the grave military position in and not Asia is the decisive theatre of world events, New} China
Korea the present was no time York Times diplomatic correspondent James Reston repori-| Fat
aL tenen = ni ep ed from Washington to-day. t
wih ahe “Unitea’ Pho da tas Nobody at the Truman-Attlee talks was arguing that |
The British Prime Minister} @n all out war against Communist China should be ventured

made these statements in a major | Nobody was saying that Asia should have priority over

foreign policy address to a pack-| Europe in a world-wide struggle against Russian imperial-
ed meeting of the National Press ism, Reston said

Club between two sessions of his | - . Me added that Truman and

Attlee were understood to have

37 Years discussed the possibility of ar-



conference wiih President Truman.
Atilee praised the United Na-|
tions Commander, General Doug-




























lest itor Adin ranging a “ceasefire” at the 38th

Attlee said: “You may be certain One of the exhibits in 2 reg omg se wae Oa aes 5
that in fair or foul weather, where Queen's Park yesterday was b y . vel ope” Sat t . would
the Stars and Stripes fly in Korea, | a tree planted by flis Maj- e — by Communist China
the Briti hat” will’ ae. paid esty King George VI. The on terms agreeable to the United
them || tree has’ been there since 4) States.

Ms" “ete NG tie digs We 1913 It was known that the United
stand by our friends Times are States had suggested that if no
exitinal, eotte reasonable settlement were offer-

“tt uld 1 Nieto dea ‘MB. ed by Peking, the Western powers
‘sig A na ete panting: 2 he cd U.N. ASSE. LY should refuse to recognise Com-
roped pea be Ska ld at et tes ths 1 munist China’s conquests, reject
This is at the Wa a Bae ike SHOULD NOT her bids for representation in the
We must seek to find how best to * 7 ‘ _|U.N,, and carry on a form of
Bain: thuaat who See haatl oe DISCUS. K: “limited warfare’ against her
Ratt a eae ear Sent " S OREA from whatever base is available



for that purpose.
— said further that
“there was apparently agree-
‘i LAKE SUCCESS, Dec. 6. ment on both saoe of the tat le
The Soviet Foreign Minister on these points,

nel Yee opposed plac- 1, That tne security of the
# the question of Korea on th? | international army was now the

agenda wh ions
General en the Unies aemcos primary consideration

~VYSHINSKY
Jehovah's Witnesses Gaoled

BERLIN, Dec. 6
Court at Leip-
entenced

Witnesses”






The East ¢
zig, Saxony «
five leading “.



to hard labour fro Assembly met here to- . a :

ee Th RR eas at German (aay. He referred to General Mac 2, That that army or as much

Bia} ae sas to-day.|Atthur as “that war maniac who of it as possible must be rescued
The defendants were convicted | iS responsible in the seeond in- by evacuation if necessary

3. That a “cease fire” should
be arranged if possible, provided
the terms of any
are reasonable.”

stance for events which have
erupted in Korea.” He maintained
that no facts had been pre-

of distributing leaflets inciting tne
population to warmongering and

racial hatred, the “cease fire”

agency said






















Passin sentence, the Court|duced to warrant the Assembl:

President said that the state would] discussing alleged Chinese in- There was agreement that the
“relentlessly fight all elements who] tervention. The Assembly was | battle in Korea was only a single
misuse their democratic rights to] discussing whether to place ‘the |battle in the campaign against the

Communist world, and that that
battle had virtually been lost
They agreed too that they must
in carrying on the campaign, keep
Korea and Communist China in
proper balance with other areas
under Communist pressure, Reston
continued

Communique

Following is the text of the com-
munique released from the White
House, after this morning's con
ference between Truman and Att-
lee:

“Discussion reverted to the eco-
nomic problems arising from
mutual defence efforts with partic-
ular reference to raw material re-
quirements. It was agreed that
the power problem of raw material
shortages was vitally urgent, and
that vigorous efforts should be
made to increase production, and
to assure the most effective use
of the limited supplies available

A wide area agreement was ap-
parent and a working party was
appointed to explore the matter
further. —Reuter,

question of Chinese Communis*
intervention in Korea on_ its
agenda. A recommendation fro.7
the Steering Committee urgpu
that the Assembly should take
up the matter. —Reuter,

work against the state.”

—Reuter.



DOWN



Wants More Troops

For Korean War

WASHINGTON, Dec. 6.

Democrat Senator Harley Kil-
gore urged to-day that President
Truman should appoint General
Dwight Eisenhower as overall
Pacific Commander and send more
troops to Korea,

This he said would increase the
chances of negotiating peace witn
the Chinese. President Truman 1:
reported to want General Eisen-
hower to head the proposed Eu-
ropean Defence Force. Senato:
Kilgore said the General stili
would be available for that job
if he W@re successful in quieting
the Pacifie area.

—KReuter.





“GIBRALTAR FOR SPAIN"

MADRID, Dec. 6.

Spanish police turned back 200

demonstrating students who were

marching to the British Embassy

here to-day shouting “Gibraltar

for Spain.”

Students were stopped about
100 yards from the Embassy.
—Reuter

BOYSIE SINGH
GUILTY OF MURDER

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 6,
In the Floating Corpse re-trial,
the Jury to-day brought in a
verdict of guilty against ““Boysie”
Singh and four other defendants

Says Arab League Sec

LAKE SUCCESS, Dé¢. 6
Secretary General of the Arab
sague, Abdel Rahmanazoam
today proposed that

sident Truman and General-
}

an agreement for world peace
The proposal wa
Azzam Pasha in a letter to the
Secretary General of the Unite
Nations, Mr. Trygve Lie

made by






ulin, should meet under Azzam Pasha wv t
| the auspices of the United Na a Press Conference if he thought
idns to try to find the bas tf that Britein and Fr

















TRUMAN, STALIN SHOULD MEET —

} United States, Britain, Russia and

to seek a solution of the
Eastern crisis by peaceful
negotiation
The issue before the world to-
|day was “war or peace,” he said,
“Tt is our duty to try our utmost
te prevent the horror of a third
World War descending upon us.”
Opening the Foreign Affairs
debate in the Indian Parliament,
Nehru said he welcomed Attlee's
decision to meet President Tru-
man. India wished Attlee “God
speed” in his endeavours to pre-
vent war
There was a good deal in com-
mon in India’s views on the pres
ent situation and what the Brit
ish Prime Minister had said
about it Reuter

. .

Tibet Delegation

Ye ry °
Going To India |
BANKOK, Dec, 6

Surkhang Surpo Dzasa, leadet
of the three-man Tibetan dele
gation to the United Nations
arrived here today en route to
New Delhi. Tibet protested to
the United Nations recently
against invasion by Chinese Com-
munist forces.

Dzasa who is Tibet’s Foreign
Secretary was accompanied by
a group of Tibetan monks and
lay officials. It was understood
that he would meet Indian Gov
ernment officials in New Delhi
before going on to Lake Success
—Keuter.

Etna’s Lava
Buries Villages

CATANIA, Dec. 6

One thousand five hundred
inhabitants of the villages of
Milo and Rinazzo were to-day
feverishly evacuating their mos!
precious belongings as erupting
Mount Etna spewed lava towards
their homes

At midnight the main flow of
lave lapped over the last pro
tection of the two villages—th
deep ravine which has now di
appeared for ever.

The rumbling and crackling of
the nine-vyard high wall of in
candescent rock began rolling
down the open slope towards ith
first. mud and stone dwellings
mile away. It was making a speec’
of 55 yards an hour —Keuter

Bustamante On
Carib Body

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Jamaica,
Hon. W. A. Bustamante said
to-day that he appreciated § th«
action of the British delegates to
the W.I. Conference at Curacao
in electing him Commissioner for
the British section of the Carib-|
bean Commission. He said: ‘1
must not only thank the delegates
but people they represent and
I will work with other Commis-
sioners of this inter-Caribbean
body for the well being and pro-
gress of all parties of this area "





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retary



be‘Included in the proposed talks. |
Azzam Pasha said “that there}
were many yuntrie who ct |
*spected, but everyone knew
the 1 ed S und
=T t ere } tw
AE n 21] a
f —Reuter

Price:

FIVE CENTS
Year 55



I

en Pyongyang’
And Seoul

TOKYO, Dec. 6.
"THE RETREATING United Nations Eighth
Army, once more out of contact with hotly
pursuing Chinese Communists, paused to-night on
the new defence line south of Pyongyang.

But military and diplomatic observers in Tokyo
believed that only Chinese acceptance of a cease-
fire or halt at the 38th parallel could avert complete
United Nations withdrawal from Korea.

The Eighth Army line stretching 40 miles in-
land from the west coast was in danger of new en-
velopment by Chinese massing on its flank near
Kokchan, 50 miles southeast of Pyongyang.

; a Militamy sources admitted priv-

~ ‘ ately here that the line might be
German



pulled back to just below the

parallel where there was a good

‘ defence position along the Imjin

Réearmament River, some 50 miles south of the

, Chinese spearheads at Kokchan.

General Lawton Collins, United

Plan States Army Chief of Staff agreed

to-day that the American trump

card-—the atom bomb-—-could not

By HAROLD KING affect the tactical situation even

PARIS, Dec. 6 if President Truman decided to

According to usually well in-use it. He added in a statement

formed sources, the essential !;, Seoul that he saw no reason
features of the German Rearm: for its use in Korea.

ment Plan agreed to by Atlant The United Nations Eighth

Fino ceputies and by the | army was to-day holding a new

rench Government ure defence line between Pyongvang

1. German units in the Atlan and Seoul

tic or the European Arnyy ;

will be of combat team

brigade size

Inchon For Evacuation

2. Technical preparation 4 This would bring the army
cluding the organization nearer the port of Inchon which
German recruiting = offic would most likely be. used for
wiil go ahead at once and | ary main evacuation. “Tt. would
will not await the setting uo [also serve the purpose ‘of finding
of a political and admini eut whether the Chinese plan to
trative organization caller | Cross the critical paraliel dividing
for by the French plan f{< Norit: and South Korea

a Buropean Army.” Observers

3. German recruiting servic Attlee-Truman conference would
will be linked with the Get make Peking pause before send-
man Ministry of Labour an | | ing troops over the 38th parallel
will be subject to the supe Major-General Willoughby, Mae
vision and control of th Arthur’ Intelligenee Chief said
three allied High Commi last week that the prisoners’ report
sioners indicated that the Chinese might

4. There will be no Germa|stop at the parallel leaving the
Minister of Defence nor Min. |rebuilt North Korean army to go
istry of Defence. over the border, :

5. Pending the elaboration 0

a European Army the struc
ture with its European Min-
ister of Defence proposed »
the French there will be a
Atlantic High Commission
er” who will in some way
take the place of a European
Defence Ministry

A spokesman for the French

Prime Minister said tonight thet
the Government had dropped {ts
demand that Schuman’s Coal an |
Steel Treaty must be signed be
fore France agreed to any rearm
ing of Germany.

hoped that the

Military sources agree that the
United Nations could not hold
the 38th parallel as a line across
the peninsula,

Air and Intelligence reports said
Communist forces were still pour-
ing southwards across the Yalu
River from Manchuria United
Nations warplanes continued thelr
non-stop attacks on rear areas
and supply bases as well as front.
line troops

American pilots claimed they
had “largely destroyed” the town
of Ambyon ten miles from the
east coast port of Wonsan

—Keuter
@ On page 5.

RAINSTORM KILLS 8

RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec, 6,



|

Five houses collapsed causing TELL THE ADVOCATE
at least eight deaths when one of THE NEWS
the worst rain-storms in recent Ring 3113 Day or Night.
years fell over Rio this morning or THE ADVOCATE

for nearly nine successive hour
flooding several large districts
—Reuter,

PAYS FOR NEWS.





Under the Distinguished Patronage of
His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Savage

BRIDGETOWN PLAYERS

PRESENT

“THE MAN WHO
CAME
TO DINNER’

Thursday, December 14 and
Friday, December 15 at 8.30 p.m.
+
Matinee Friday, December 15th

BOOKING OFFICE opens
TO-MORROW Empire Theatre
PRICES: $1.50, $1.20 72e.
and 48e.

Reserved.

Seats

All

— oo



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PAGE TWO



Caub Calling



ARRIVALS by the “Colombie”

Margaret Kysh and her sister Joa
holiday in England.

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-

ernor and Mrs. Savage at-
tended the first day of the Indus-
trial Exhibition yesterday at
Queen’s Park.

Trinidad Exhibits

XHIBITED yesterday at the

Industrial Exhibition in
Queen’s Park along with local ex-
hibits was a consignment of
flowers from the Trinidad and
Tobago Horticultural Club. These
flowers were air expressed from
Trinidad via B.W.1.A. on Tues-
day at the invitation of the Bar
bados Orchid Circle.

All sorts of orchids of new and
choice varieties were contributed
by Dr. Horace Gillette, Mr. G. A
Duruty, Mr. R. A. Farfan, Mr. R.
Palmer, Mr. G. C. Mayers and
Mr. Cliff Bailey of Trinidad.

Some fine bunches of Blue
Hydiangas also arrived, sent by
Miss Joan Huggins.

Attended Tourist Talks
ON VY. C. GALE, M.L.C., re-
turned from Puerto Rico
via Trinidad yesterday by
B.W.LA. In Puerto Rico, he at-
tended the second annual general
meeting of the Caribbean Interim
Tourism Committee. He was
commissioned by the Barbados
Government to attend the meet-
ing as an observer.



HON. V. C. GALE, M.L.C., back
from tonrist talks in Puerto Rico.



BY THE WAY

N common with many other
leading ironmongers, I was
puzzled by.a headline which said,
“No Red Nails in Meat Pie
Works.

T imagined the police entering
a huge room in which meat pies
were being made, and prising out
of the walls all nails painted
Moscow red, as a security mea-
sure, But we iconmongers read
on, and discovered that the nails
were the painted nails of the girls
who fill the pies with the astound-
ing meat, and leave a_ flavour
almost as bad as the meat itself
When English wine is made, I hope
the girls who press the grapes
will be warned against varnishing
their toe-nails.

Strabismus Sums Up

R,. STRABISMUS (Whom God

Preserve) of Utrecht said
yesterday: “Even moderh science,
which rarely hesitates to treat
hypothesis as fact, will not, I
think, be rash enough to attempt
to construct an authentic picture



&







for

TOYS

FOR GIRLS:
Push Chairs,
Cooking Sets,



BOYS: Lorries, Ca
trains, barrows,
mouth-organs, per

Wii Mile

Plentiful Supplies of—
XMAS WRAPPINGS, BALLOONS & DECORATIONS mate yarn werner

EVANS & WHITFIELDS — vou shoe store




Dolls,
Embroidery &
Teddy Bears.



and friends exchange greetings on
the steps of the Baggage Warehouse.

Easily recognised are Miss
n who returned yesterday from a

Unique Costumes!

OME of the ladies’ “costumes”’

at the Exhibition yesterday
were nothing short of unique
Good example was a little girl in
a pink georgette dress. She was
about five or six years of age.
The full skirt of her dress was
down to her ankles. She wore a
blue velvet belt and little bows of
blue ribbon were dotted around
the skirt. Pink hat, pink bag and
blue shoes completed the ensem-
ble.

Another youngster who seemed
to be an intransit passenger on
the Colombie was there with
his parents. The poor little fellow
was dressed in a white shirt,
braces kept up his pants which
fell loosely around his hips. The
legs were three quarters, reaching
down to his calves. He wasn’t che
Jeast embarrassed by his “get up.”
Any Barbadian boy of his age I’m
sure would have ‘died’ rather then
make a public appearance dressed
as he was, especially on an “Ex-
hibition Day” at that.

“Get Me Down!”
NE little fellow at the Exhibi-
tion yesterday watched the
Merry-Go-Round for a long time
before making up his mind to go
on it. As it was slowing down
after a run, Carib heard him tell
his mother, “Mummy I can go on
it and not hold on with either
hand.”

Ticket bought he was lifted on
by one of the foremen in charge
When he got onto the horse and
looked down however, he changed
his mind—“Mummy I want to get
down” he cried. Finally his bigger
brother went on the same horse
with him and hé enjoyed the ride

For Jamaica Trip
j R. CLIFTON ROBERTS of
the Roberts Manufacturing
Company was among the passeng-
ers who left yesterday by the
Colombie making the round
trip to Jamaica and return,

Round-Trip

MONG the passengers who left

yesterday by the Colombie
on a round trip to Jamaica and
return were: Mr, and Mr. Briggs
Collins, Mr, Milton Seale, Mr
and Mrs. Laurence Simpson, Mr.
Tom Herbert, Mr. Miles Cecil,*
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Coppin,
Mr. Percival Stewart, Mr, ‘J. E. T
Brancker, M.C,P. and Mr. and

Mrs, Boon,

The Colombie arrived in
Trinidad this morning and will
sail from there to La Guaira,

Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica
returning via Curacao, La Guaira.
Trinidad and Barbados, The en-
tire trip takes ten or eleven days.



of life on the moon from the in-
expert observations of an un-
trained charwoman. To her, that
lunar crater was just a hole like
any other, nor had she even the
most rudimentary knowledge of
how to adjust aud read the deli-
cate instruments with which the
rocket was equipped, It is to her
credit that she has not attempted
to substitute the frantic imagin-
ings of the amateur for the labor-
ious research of the professional.
She saw nothing, heard nothing.
As her mother, Mrs, Roof, has
said: ‘She might as well have been
in Dalston. But one fact remains
to cheer us, The rocket went to
the moon and returned with an
accuracy and precision which
prove that my calculations are
unassailable. Forward to the fu-
ture!!””

Mrs. Grampound Protest:
EAR Sir,

Festival of Britain? Not if
the grand old game of seesaw is to

Chartered Accountant

RRIVING from Glasgow,

Scotlana yesterday morning
via Jamaica and Trinidad by
B.W.1.A. were Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Duthie Here for three
months, they are staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

Mr. Duthie who is a Chartered
Accountant is Senior Partner of
Many Judd Gordon and Co.,
Chartered Accountants in Glas.
gow

Although this ifs their firs,
visit to Barbados they have at
least one good friend here, the
Governor’s A.D.C., Maj. Dennis
Vaughan, whom they knew in
Scotland

Mr. Duthie is the Chancellors
Assessor on the Court of Glas-
gow University

Old Harrisonian
R. DICK REECE of Barbados
who is now working with the

Kuwait Oil Co., in the Persian
Gulf has just been elected an
Associate Member of the Institut

of Petroleum
An Old Harrisonian and a form-

er member of the Y.M.P.C
Dick was a keen footballer an:
Water Pole player when he used
to live here.
Intransit
NTRANSIT passengers to
Trinidad by the Colombie
yesterday were Mr. and Mrs
Phillip Lattimer. Phil. was mar-

ried in England recently and will
be arriving in Trinidad in good
time to ride in the Trinidad Turf
Club’s Christmas meeting

Former Tennis Champion
FTER two years in England,
Miss Gwen Pilgrim, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Pilgrim of
“Welches” St. Thomas returned
yesterday by the Colombie, Miss
Pilgrim is a former Ladies’ Sin-
gles Tennis Champion of
Savannah Club and it is expected
that she will continue playing
tennis now that she has returned

She brought down with her a
Bull Mastiff for Mr. G. L. Har-
ford of “Norwood” St. James, Mr
Harford, who is a great dog love
tells me that he already has the
mate which also came down from
England recently and he intends
breeding them. The dog which
arrived yesterday is only ten
months old. Its paws are as big
as a young lion’s, or so it seemed
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MISS GWEN PILGRIM returned
from England yesterday by the
“Colombie”.

She is pictured here with a Bull
Mastiff which she brought down

for Mr. G. L. Harford of
wood”, St. James.

“Nor



By Beachcomber

be played in the
and by Persians! Has British see-
saw sunk so low that it has to be
played by two aliens, with a plank
balanced on the belly of a third?
No wonder foreigners are sneer-
ing. At the Wembley Exhibition
there were giraffe-necked girls
from Burma on show. Do not let
us repeat this error of judgment
merely for the sake of pandering
to sensation-mongers.
Yrs. truly,
(Mrs,) Ella Grampound.

A kind thought

T was a kindly gesture of the
British Council to invite “the
Olowo of Owo and his senior wife
Yeyesa” to Edinburgh for the
winter weather. My report quot:
the Olowo as saying: “We hav
nat been warm since we arrived.”

Persian manner,

“They were nearly frozen to
death on a river trip,” added an
official. I advise the Council to

stick to Racine in Flemish for):
Cypriots.



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MR. AND MRS. TOM PATON arrived from England yesterday by

the “Colombie”.

Back From England

R. and MRS. TOM PATON

arrived from England yes-
terday by the Colombie. Regular
visitors to Barbados, they are
down for the Winter.

Here For The Winter
R. and Mrs. G. A. Johnson
of New York arrived from

England yesterday by the Colom-
bie and plan to spend the Winter
in Barbados staying at the Marine
Hotel.

The Johnsons left New York
eight months ago and have been
touring England and Europe.
They were met at the Baggage
Warehouse by their good friend
Mrs. Colombia Gibson.

Short Trip

ivf® DENNIS WORME returned
from a short trip to St, Lucia
and Grenada yesterday morning
by B.W.LA. He is a representative
of Messrs. T. Sydney Kinch Ltd,
Two Sisters

ISS JOAN KYSH, Secretary

of the Barbados Publicity
Committee and her sister Miss
Margaret Kysh who is in charge
of the Abstract of Cable and
Wireless (W.I,) Ltd., returned
aoe England yesterday by the
Colombie after spending just

over five months’ holiday in the
a

at



They are a here at the Baggage Warehouse.

ADVOCATE

|

Holidaying With Parents

RS. WALTER LAMB, the
former “‘Poogie’ Howell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs N. B.
Howell of “Glen Rosa” Strath-
clyde, accompanied by her son
David arrived from England yes-
terday by the Colombie to
spend four months’ holiday in
Barbados with her parents.
Her husband who was A.D.C. |
to Sir Mark Young when he was
the Governor of Barbados, is now |
a Wing Commander in the R.A.F
in Germany. |

For Two Weeks

RRIVING yesterday morning
by the Daerwood from St. |

cia was Mr. Marcus Wilson, |
Superintendent of the Government |
Printing Office in that colony. He |
is here for two weeks’ holiday and |



is staying at Indramer Guest
House, Worthing.
Returns Home
R. CECIL CUNCHA, a civil!

servant attached to the Post]
Office Telecommunications of |
British Guiana, left on the 8.S.|
Colombie for Trinidad en route |
to British Guiana after spending/
six weeks’ vacation in the island. |
While in the island Mr. Cuncha ,
was staying at Mr. and Mrs, |
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Asked for a cure for smoking
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“Some smoke from habit,
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Other oranges 4 and 5 cents
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Grapefruit 5e. and 6c. each.

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THURSDAY,



DECEMBEK 7, 1950

7 a.m. The News, 7.10 a.m. News
Analysis, 7.15 a.m. Sporting Record,
7.30 a.m. Music Magazine, 7.45 a.m

Tak By Sir Arthur Bliss, 8 a.m. From

The Editorials, 8.10 a.m Programme
Parade, 8.15 a.m. Elsie Hall, 8.30 a.m
Books To Read, 8.45 a.m. The Arts,
9 a.m. Close Down, 12 noon, The News,
12.10 p.m. News Analysis, 12.15 p.m
Frogramme Parade, 12.18 p.m. Listen-
ers Choice, 1 p.m. Life In Britain, 1.15
pm. Radio Newsreel 1.30 p.m. Ray's
A Laugh, 2 p.m. The News, 2.10 p.m
Home News From Britain, 2,15 p.m.

Sports Review, 2.30 p.m

Ring Up The
Curtain, |

3.30 p.m. Round Britain Quiz,
4 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily
Service, 4.15 p.m. Paul Temple, 4.45
p.m The Cathedral Organs, 5 p.m.
Listeners Choice, 5.15 p.m. Programme
Parade, 5.30 p.m. Pipes And Drums,
5.45 p.m. Merchant Navy Newsletter,
6 p.m. Australia V England, 6.20 p.m
Interlude, 6.30 p.m, Educating Archie,
7. p.m The News, 7.10 p.m News
Analysis, 7.15 p.m We See Britain,
7.45 p.m, Generally Speaking, 8 p.m
Radio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m. United
Nations Report, 8.20 p.m. Composer Of
The Week,, 8.30 p.m. Life In Britain
Think On These Things, 9
p.m Three Half Centuries, 10 p.m
The News, 10,10 p.m From The
Editoriais, 10.15 p.m. Vanessa Lee,
10.45 p.m. Special Dispatch, 11 p.m

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1950



DRAUGHT BEER AND DA

Herald

100th

Exhibition

HE HUNDREDTH

Annual Agricultural and

Industrial Exhibition opened at Queen’s Park
at noon yesterday. Fine weather succeeded days

of rain and provided

opening day.

His Excellency and Mrs. Sav-
age attended about 9.30 in the
morning before the show opened
officially and had a preview of the
exhibits while the judges went
their rounds.

For the first time in Barba-
dos, the public were able to get
draught beer from a stand run
by the newly erected Barbados
Brewery.

One of the most delightful fea-
tures of the exhibition was the
Dog Show. This has been discon-
tinued because of the fear of dis-
temper but there is no fear now
and largely through the efforts of
Mr. John Goddard, West Indies
Cricket captain and Mr. Ian Gale,
who were nobly supported by a
number of dog owners, no fewer
than thirty dogs were on show.

Some tine cattie were exhibited
in spite of the short supply of feed
and the stock from the Pine Live-
stock station were in excellent
condition, reflecting considerable
credit on this institution.

The number of sheep were few-
er but of a better quality than last
year. and while the number of
goats exhibited were almost the
same the quality was better.

The field vegetables, as was to
be expected after the heavy rains,
were not plentiful but those ex-
ae were also of a high stand-
ard.

A popular part of the exhibition
was the furniture section.

This attracted a greater number
of entries and the designs show
considerable individuality and
originality. ,

The Police Band gave a musical
display in the afternoon.

Agriculture

It was appropriate that at the
Hundredth Anniversary of the
Exhibition that the agricultural
products should have reached so
high a standard. Canes for that
matter, had become synonymous
with Barbadian agriculture. They
were of a better quality than had
been seen for many years.

There were 70 clumps of 24
bundles of canes and among these
clumps was one stool with 158
canes brought from Mt. Wilton
Plantation which registered a
rainfall of over 100 inches for the
year.

Among the bundles of cane
were some 15 feet long with
knodes 10 inches long and these
gave an_indication of what the
crop will be for 1951.

The competition among the
peasants was not as keen as
usual. There were only two
peasant exhibitors and J. Young
from Black Rock won practi-
cally all the prizes in the peas-
ant section.

Vegetables

The garden vegetable section
was bound to be good. There had
ween heavy rains but not suffi-
cient to spoil the crop. :

It was regrettable that exhibits
of beets and celery were exposed
to the sun and the visitor who
came late to the show was then
at a disadvantage.

Cucumbers, eschalots, stringless
beans and the homely bonavis<
were all of a high standard ani
the finest eer of > age
phenes and. eggplants sgen for
many a year were éxhibited,

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Erdiston Training College car-
ried off First Prize with a fine
collection of eggplant.

Ground provisions were excel-
lent in quality but this was to
be expected in view of the excel-
lent rainfall which this island
has been enjoying.

In the Cake Icing section
Viola Degazon of Pinfold Street
carried o} First and Second
Prizes. The first prize was for a
lovely design of a hat with flow-

courts, gardens and yard sur-
rounding it but this did not get
a prize.

he honey in frames and boi-
tles, jams and marmalades, but-
ter, bread and cakes were all of
a high standard.

There was a good collection of
cut flowers. First Prize for the
collection of the largest variety
went to Mrs. B. Conduit of Pine
Hill.

Cattle
Exhibits in this section were
excellent despite difficulties in
feeding. Animals from the Gov-
ernment Live Stock Station were
not for competition, but were of
good quality, and had they been
for competition, the stock buil
from the Pine would probably
have taken the prize tor being
the best animal on show. Mr.
J. W. Smith and Mr. C. W.
Springer also produced two bulis

of excellent quality.

Cattle in the Holstein Section
were perhaps slightly better than
formerly, as the same attention
has not been paid to the bre-d-
ing of Guernseys, amd the Je-
seys are always fewer in quan-
tity.

Goats and Sheep

The section for sheep, contain-
ed 42 exhibits, a greater number
than has been seen before, and it
included specimens of first rate
quality. The Wiltshires and the
well known Black-billy and the
cross between the two, produced
some excellent results and showed
good adaptability to local condi-
tions.

There were 52 goats on show.
The Peasant Section was not as
well represented as in past years,
containing about half as many
exhibits as usual, but those on
show were of good quality. One
such specimen weighed 200 lbs.

It was a pity that the Commit-
tee responsible for the Goats and
Sheep Section, fell into the same
error as the Pig Section Commit-
tee in the past, There were sheep
weighing anything up to. 201 lbs.
that were left to the rays of the
sun during the entire day.

Sugar and Molasses

Here the exhibits reached a high
standard, with first prize going
to Searles Factory for Staw Crys-
tals. Andrews got the first prize
for Dark Crystals, and first prize
avent to Edgecumbe for an exhibit
of White Crystals.

In the Molasses Section, Gib-
bons Plantation, Christ Church,
won first prize for Fancy Molas-
ses.

Swine

This section was as g0od as any-
thing else in the show. The exhi-
bits were not as many as last
year, but the standard, with the



ers.

There were also many other
attractive designs in this section.
One was of a cottage with tennis



PIGS AT HREAKFAST



NOT EVEN our cameraman could keep these 3-day-old pigs

o'clock sharp, yesterday.

exception of fat barrows and fat
sows, was the same.

The introduction of the large
white specimen. within
years, has brought a new feature
to the exhibition

The locally bred animals were
as good as the imported stock, and
at this show they had aimost
completely displaced the Berk-
shire.

The locally bred “cross” be-
tween the large black and the
Berkshire, continues to hold its
own, and a sow with a litter cf
six owned by Mr. Austin Layne of
Britton’s Hill, carriec off a deserv-
ing first prize.

More benefits could have been
secured by fanciers by better
methods of selection for breeding
purposes,

Rum and Falernum

Exhibits in this section were up
to the usual standard. It is always
difficult to write about this sec-
tion, since here the test is the
taste; but the judges decided to
award first prize to Stuart &
Sampson for single matured rum
for household use, while John D.
Taylor got a similar award for
single distilled rum.

Dog Show

As an addition to the exhibition
there was a side show for dogs
There were no competitive classes
and probably for the first time in
the island, visitors to the Exhibi-
tion saw Boxers and the Sheep
Dog. The Boxers which beleng to
Mr. Ian Gale and Mr. John God-
dard, were recent arrivals to the
island.

The number of Alsatians in the
island had declined in recent
years but there were a few good
specimens on show yesterday,

One excellent specimen in the
Bull Terrier class owned by Mr.
Teddy Jones, attracted much at-
tention.

The show was a good one and
with the continuous breeding of
pure bred dogs of which there
are now an appreciable number
this show will again be one of
the features of the exhibition.

Pigeons and Poultry

The Pigeons and Poultry Sec-
tions were not up to the usual
standard. In the Poultry Section
there were 385 exhibits as
against 306 last year.

The condition of the fowls was
as good as could be expected in
view of the difficulty of getting

poultry feed. The turkeys did
not reach the usual standard.
Visitors to the show had been
accustomed to seeing specimens
of the heavy bronze bird strut-
ting about the cages, There were
very few of these and Mr.
Prince Walker of Castle Grant

carried off the with
an imported bird,
There were very few

Utility Birds but the

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The Furniture Section again
attracted much attention. The

number of exhibits had increased
and there was a decided improve-
ment in designs, some shawing
a touch of originality.

The local workmen had
improved their polishing and sc
the number of exhibits were
seen to better advantage, It was
an indication of the excellence of
the quality that many of the items
in this section were actually sold
during the day

W. A. Griffith of
Street and George Harris of
Spooner’s Hill were outstanding
exhibitors and carried off quite
a few prizes.

Roebuck

Arts and Handicrafts

This section was of a_ high
standard indeed Originality in
design and first class workman-
ship was in evidence.

Dolls’ houses, toys
saleable articles
exhibited showed the
of another industry for which
there might be a local market.

In this same _ section one
exhibitor produced an excellent
specimen of a stuffed doll
chubby happy-go-lucky
returning from fishing with
happy smiles on his face and
sprats in his net. He however
lost First Prize to his sister—The
Charwoman,
| A variety of beautiful hand-
made rugs were also exhibited
and in the “Babies Woollens”
Mrs. N. B. Warren of Fontabelle
carried off the majority of
prizes.

A lovely portrait of Alan Rae,
W.I. cricketer, won the first prize
in the portrait section

Photographs

The Barbados Camera Club
had in its section a large number}
of pictures of a very high stand-
ard, both in composition and
quality—especially quality

Most of the pictures were hung
by members of the Camera Club

and
that

many
were
possibility

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yokel

and the quality has improved
tremendously since last year
First Prize went to J, Peacock
with a photograph taken from}
the Chamberlain Bridge. Second}
to R. W. Bell and third A. Hughes,
Messrs, G. Lomer, A, Hughes
J, Peacock, R. W. Bell and C, D
Harris were commended
Commercial Booths
In an effort to get more attrac-
tive booths at the Exhibition, the

Agricultural Society awarded
two prizes for the most attractive
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Thursday, December 7, 1950



SECOND CHAMBER

THREE years ago the House of Assem-
bly with a predominance of labour mem-
bers passed an address to the Secretary
of State asking for the curtailment of the
powers of the Legislative Council. The
then Governor, Sir Hilary Blood in a cov-
ering despatch analysed the arguments put
forward by the House and those in reply
by the Council.

Lord Listowel, Minister of State, in an-
other despatch in which he expressed his
“reluctance in pressing any view on the
legislature of Barbados upon a constitu-
tional matter” made it clear that “the
Legislative Council should be retained in
Barbados as an effective part of the Legis-
lature but that its functions should come
to be regarded in future as those of
revision and delay in respect of legislation
passed by the House of Assembly.”

On Tuesday the Council discussed the
despatches and the report of a Committee
appointed to consider the powers of the
Council. In the address which was event-
ually passed the Council admitted that the
elected body should have the ultimate say
in the enactment of important legislation,
but that that legislation if once rejected
should be discussed at a general election
before being brought back to the Council.

Lord Listowel in his despatch suggested
that “the life of the House should be three
years, (subject to the power of dissolution at
any time) and that a bill passed twice by
the House of Assembly in successive
sessions and rejected by the Legislative
Council would be submitted to the Gov-
ernor for assent, subject to a minimum
period of one year between the second
reading in the first session and the date
on which the Bill is passed by the Assem-
bly in the second session.” He points out
that this legislation should be passed after
the extension of the session to three years.

There will be few to disagree with these
arguments based as they are on constitu-
tional theory but it is the practical work-
ing of these suggestions which must be
examined before they are accepted. The
samé constitutional theory however adds
that the law and practices of Parliament
do not apply to Colonial legjslatures as
they do to the Parliament of Great Britain.

In Barbados the application of the rules
and practices which govern the relation-
ship between the House of Commons and
the House of Lords would lead to govern-
ment by bureaucracy. The four members
of the House of Assembly who are mem-
bers of the Executive Committee are taken
to be wholly representative of the views
of the House. The Governor in a speech
at the opening of the Legislative Session
made it'clear that he was prepared to
accept the advice of those four members
whenever they were in agreement, That
then would be the view which would be
carried to the Legislature and on which
legislation would be based.

Even the most ardent of the Barbados
Labour Party from which the members
of the present Government have been
drawn will admit that the conduct of the
affairs of government leaves much to be
desired and it might be added, that were
it not for the co-operation of the Legisla-
tive Council this island would have lost
the benefit which accrues from revisionary
legislation, :

.

Never was there a time in the history of
Barbados when the services of a second
chamber were so sorely needed. The Coun-
cil is needed not merely as a revisory body
but as a brake on hasty and ill-advised
legislation. During the last three years
that body has rewritten or amended many
of the bills passed by the House of Assem-
bly, and the instances in which there was
any disagreement with the amendments
were few. It was because the members of
the Council, free from the vote conscious-
ness of the elected politicians, could view
dispassionately the subject matter of legis-
lation.

One criticism which might be made
affects the selection of members of the
Council. The days of life membership are
past; but there is still the possibility that
a Governor without a thorough knowledge
of the individuals eligible for selection
might, as in the past, make unsuitable
nominations and thereby weaken the
effectiveness of the Council.

There ‘can be no question of abolishing
the Council and it would be no less a con-
stitutional tragedy of the first magnitude
if the Secretary of State could be con-
vinced that its powers should be unwisely
curtailed. Its services are not only needed
but needed without crippling handicaps.



Flight-Lieut.

Tell His Own



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



John Driver.
Story

DF.

Flies Home To

Of Captivity

$1 DAYS-OF VODKA

AND CHESS

HOME AGAIN in Churchfields-road, Beckenham,
are 38-year-old Filight\Lieutenant John William
Driver, D.F.C., after 81 days in a Russian jail, and
his wife Joy, the 24-year-old girl who would not
consider the Soviet headquarters terms for his re-
lease. The two were treated like V.1.P.s at Har-
wick yesterday . Customs officials went to their
cabin in the B.A,O.R. troopship Empire Parkeston

. . .senior officers of Movement Control took
them to breakfast while their papers were being
cleared. . . at Liverpool-street an Air Ministry car
waited to take them to Beckenham. And those 81
days? Here is the flight lieutenant’s own account
of them,...

as told to GEORGE JOYCE

There is one Russian word that I never want
to see again. The word is :

J] unnomatuse con

- + » «pronounced diploma-teachers-coy .
arnt it means “diplomatic.”

Yor more than 11 weeks that was the only
re.30n the Russians ever gave for holding me
as a hostage,

At times the word haunted me, When I tried
to quiz my. guards there was silence in the room.
Tiley would talk among themselves in RUSsian and
then one would hand me a glass of vodka.

‘here was one fellow—I nicknamed him “the

Woolly bear”—who would Slap me on the back
ai.{ that was his way of challenging me to a game
of .hess. His way of telling me to be more tactful
thea to ask questions. At the end of the game,
more vodka.
Highty-one days: of chess and vodka, and it was
nc“ until I was handed over to the British in
B lin last Friday that I was told I had been. . .
a _iplomatie pawn,

No Radio....No Newspapers

: had no idea that I had crashed in the Russian
z .@—not until Russian infantrymen scrambled out
of the back of a truck and surrounded me.

4 was taken to Ludwiglust and quartered with
six Russian officers in a large house. The radio
wus taken away, No newspapers were allowed.

lor four days I was under suspicion. An in-
t.oreter kept close on my heels everywhere I
we st. He walked from room to room with me.

1 had my meals With the éfficers. The food
Was good but I managed to persuade them that

«: Englishman could not eat black bread. Frorn
them on there was always white bread on the

1.ce,

They interrogated me—asking me many ques- h
Uns about why I crashed on their territory—it

n home oy Mrs



:
.

-In_ the firelight glow at the Becken-

Driver's parents. The two ao today

2 their own cottage at Minchinhampton near
Was oe pleasantly, but they seemed to doubt Stroud, in Gloucestershire.
ry story,
pen 4 they softened up. . . P 5 wal
the so-called interpreter was re- more vodka, instead they gave 1 waited for three hours and

placed by a woman. Then the
chess board was given to me. The
Nussians taught me to play. The
vodka flowed when I won,

Vodka Again=
I Hated It

On September 20 the Russians
played their meanest trick. A
Mercedes-Benz limousine stopped
outside the house. The officers got
very excited. They made me un-

derstand that I Was sige to
Berlin.’ We celebrated, I “drank
their yodka. I hated it,

But the car stopped in Pots-
dam. -another Russian head-
quarters. -This time I was
confined to one room,

I could walk in the garden only
under escort. More guards and
no one who spoke English.

Why had I been moved? They
just shrugged their shoulders and
ignored me. More chess but no

me brandy, I went outside the
house only twice, each time un-
der guard. . . .each time to the
hairdressers, There was no op-
portunity to speak to anyone.

For weeks I paced that room
; I began to think in terms
of years. It was solitary confine-
ment, but with luxury. ba
a Dickens book to read. as. 40
cigarettes 50 at a time as often
as I asked for them. The anxiety
to make me comfortable made
me certain that I was to be there
for a very long time.

The weeks of boredom were
broken only once more, when
the commandant handed me a
letter from Joy. I read it many
times. I was told I could reply

No Secrets

The commandant woke me up
one evening to say he had got
instructions from Berlin that I
was to be freed.







“YOU AIN'T
HEARD
NOTHIN”

Hy Maralyn Marsh

HOLLYWOOD.
“Beulah, peel me_a grape’—then “drop

dead.” Incidentally, you might “cigarette me, |

big boy” and “if you want me, just whistle.
“You ain’t heard nothin’, yet’”—and “that’s
for sure, that’s for dang sure.”
No, this is not double talk, but it does
sound familiar, doesn’t it? Well, it should
be—you probably sound off with at least two

-|of those expressions per day.

What you probably do not realize is that
you’re taking the words right out of some
star’s mouth. “Bartlett’s Quotations” is having
a rough time revising fast enough to keep up
with the latest smart talk being megaphoned

'in Hollywood.

This screwy gibberish is defined by
brother Webster with a $10 word—neology.
This, to quote the word man, is “a word,
usage or expression, the use of a new word
or of an old word in a new or different
sense.”

So you now know. “Baby” Bacall slanted!

a sloe eye in “To have and Have Not” and
breathed the famous “if you want me, just
whistle—just pucker up and blow.” Bogie
did. This small saying got her fame, for-
tune—and Bogie.

Many stars have become famous for such
catchphrases which they soon find echoed
throughout hero-worshipping America. One
of the greatest with the witty words is Ger-
trude Berg, whose missayings as Molly Gold-
berg flick off many tongues. Molly’s “enter,
whoever” is currently doing the rounds.

The Beulah grape business was undulated
by none other than the sex siren herself,
Mae West, who also made “e’mp ’n see me
some time, big boy” famous.

Victor McLaughlin coined the rough “sez

they told me Joy was waiting in| YOU, sez me” in “The Cockeyed World” and

Berlin—they must have

she was there a week before.
That was Friday. It was not

until midnight that I got over

known! Charles

Boyer murmured “come to the
Casbah.”

If your memory is good, you might remem-

the line and British officers told) ber Ginger Rogers asking her love to “cigar-

me how the Russians had tried
to barter me for a Soviet lieu-
tenant. I am glad the Foreign
Office said “No.”

The Russians have nothing to
show for keeping me all these
weeks. I had no military secrets
to offer: And the only souvenir
I brought back was purple wool-
len underwear.

Now Joy and I are returning
to our cottage in Minchinhamp-
ton, dh the Cotswolds. I have
14 days to forget my Russian
“holiday.”

Nineteen-year old Sapper J. W.
Bennett—the second hostage held
by the Russians — returned to
England. recently.

-~(World Copyright Reserved)

L.E.S.

Bevan: The Bull In The

Poor Mr. Nye Bevan is jin
trouble again. You cah’t help
feeling sorry for him.

All he, wants to do is to con-
vince simpletons like us that he
alone of all the medicine men in
the market place has the pill to
put us right,

But when the Welsh rapture in
him wells up his tongue takes
off like one of Mr, Heard’s fly-
ing saucers that has got out of
congro, And down comes the
Charlie Chaplin of Tredegar and
Clivedén-place, S.W.1, into his
primeval element.

Now most of Mr. Bevan’s side-
slips are more amusing than
worrying. In a way they do a
power of good.

There will always be nitwits
to applaud them, but to more
level-headed ~ citizens they are
merely recurrent reminders of
Mr. Bevan’s incapacity for the
responsibility of leadership.

Seeds of Distrust

But this latest one is much more
serious: Here we have Mr. Bevan
apparently hell-bent on rupturing
relations between Britain and the
United States.

At this time the world hangs

on a most delicate balance be-
tween peace and war, That bal-
ance can only be maintained by
the closest trust and unity. of
understanding between the Uni-
ted States and ourselves.
' The lives of millions of men and
women literally depend upon the
continuance of that interknitting.
It may be the only way to save
civilisation: :

Yet the crass Mr. Bevan is now
‘trying to sow seeds of distrust of
Britain in America. Not openly

Our Readers Say:





Transport

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—As one of the co-sufferers
along with your correspondent
Miss Leach, of November 25, it is
gratifying to see that at long last
someone has voiced the feelings
of these unfortunates who must
travel by bus routes 13 and 14
and I wish to endorse all she has
said as welk as to mention further
trials which we have to undergo

Having waited some time in the
Square, how distressing it is, with

one’s patience already exhausted,the Gaal straw!

China Shop

Ry John Gordon

in the Cabinet, or publicly opr
the platform, but by handing a
bomb to journalis’s in private so
that they, may explode it without
him being identified as the man
who put the explosives in it.

And it seems that Mr. Attlee
thinks Mr. Bevan is too powerful
to be kicked out. I would sug-
gest, with all respect, what Mr.
Attlee takes the wrong view, All
he need do to prick ihe Bevan
bubble is to set forth publicly the
story of Mr, Bevan’s incompetence
in office.

No Wizard Here

The troubie with politicians is
that for the most part they rise
to power and prominence on clouds
of oratorical gas. The real testing
time comes later, when power is
in their hands. And unfortu-
nately only a few measure up to
the test.

Mr, Bevan likes to be
ingly regarded as the
George of his generation,
there is one tremendous differ-
ence between the Welsh wizard
and the Welsh blizzard.

Lloyd George, in his rising days,
made speeches as sulphuric as
Bevan's. But once he attained
office he proved himself to be
one of the greatest administrators
in British politica) history.

Five years ago, having blown
himself Cabinet high by gas,
Bevan was put to the test, The
heavy responsibility of giving the
homeless houses was laid upon
him, What are the fruits of his
labour? Misery that would make
angels weep.

flatter-
Llevd
But



to be told when a Top Rock bus
— that it is going to Belle-
ville,

After being , subjected to all
the confusion arising from the
iniquitous scheme mentioned in
leaving people to guess which is
the best course of action to catch
a bus, it is still not plain sailing.
One arrives at the Royal Cinema,

Worthing, there to wait (if you that “first come, first served” is

are lucky) for one bus but under the order and not according to} with
a recent innovation, more likely each individual's powers of push-

two buses which following up fulness or “bargain sale” tactics.

some time later transfer their

passengers if they .can be ac- NELL EDGHILL

commodated, if not you have been
kept waiting for nothing. This is
a ite

With housing, he was given the
high honour of initiating the
Health Service. How has« that

fared under his wisdom’? A ser-

| end.”

ette me, big boy” in
Manhattan.”
“my little chicadee,” he is just copying the
late W. C, Fields who crooned those three
little words to the walloping Mae West.

* Joe Penner became synonymous with
“Wanna buy a duck?” While Bugs Bunny
screeched “what’s up, Doc?” Both of these
have become a part of “Americanese,” our
lingo that sends British noses flying high
from their tea cups.

“Young Man of

More recently the drawled expression,
“thanks, thanks a lot, but no thanks” was
considered the only way to refuse anything!

.| This is a direct steal from luscious Doris| ¢

Dowling who spouted in “The Lost Week-
Jerome Courtland’ss“that’s for sure,
that’s for dang sure” came from “Battle-
ground,”

While “I want to be alone” never was in
a picture, the phrase has become associated



with the solitary Garbo. The not-so-solitary
Judy Holliday spurted “drop dead” in “Born

vice which céuld and should have) Yesterday” and immediately everyone was

been the pride of the nation and
the envy of the world is by fan-
tastic incompetence in adminis-
tration now creaking to collapse.

No wonder he hates newspapers
which keep the publie informed
on these facts,

A New Destiny ?

Mr, Bevan told us blithely at
eiection time that he had finished
with houses and health, He was
ready, we gathered, to move into
new pastures, and leave abler men
to clean up the mess-

At that time it was hinted that
he had his eye on our Colonial
Empire, He rather fancied him-
self as the modern Mogul. For-
tunately the Colonial. Empire

being requested to “drop dead.”

The list is endless—Ted Lewis’ “Is every-
body happy?” Rudy Vallee’s “HI-HO
Everybody,” Texas Guinan’s “Hello, Sucker,”
Eddie Cantor’s “Making Whoopee” — all
have found their ways into America’s speech.

—LN.S.

MAKE YOUR OWN SLAVE

LONDON.
Sir Ben Lockspeiser, Secretary of Britain's



was spared this disaster. It cer-|Department of Scientific and Industrial

tainly has troubles enough with-
out adding Mr. Bevan to them.

Now, apparently, Mr: Bevan sees} Would find millions and millions of

a new destiny opening for him
us the second man in our history
t6 rupture the Ink between
America and Britain—-the George
11. of our generation.

Failure in health and housing is
bad. enough in the sufferings it
inflicts upon the citizens, But a
bull loose in the china shop vt
foreign affairs at this criticel time
could spread death and disaster
not only across Britain but across
the world

Mr, Attlee should pluck up his
courage, let the interests of the
country weigh for once against

Research, predicted that in the future man:

made slaves” in the micro-organisms,

Sir Ben told a lunch of the Anglo-Gwedish | #** A

Society that if the human race is looking
round for slaves, “there they are, with no
trade unions to control their working hours
and with no morals, principles or social feel-
ings.

“In 50 years’ time we may be using micro-

organisms to make things not made by us
today.”

The noted British scientist said the world

harrow party interests, and put! used micro-organisms to some extent today,

Mr. Bevan in the political refrig-
erator,—L.E:'S.

but had to put a lot of chemical engineer-
ing into it. He added:

mediate points, then they should| ly extremely valuable.”

be so marked in order that inter-
mediate passengers may select
them, leaving the full
buses for the appropriate passen-
gers,

bus is not suitable for rush hours| of scientists discovered in a lake in Africa

when queues should be formed so

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St. Lawrence,
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Exhibition

PRIZE LIST

@ from page 3
( OPEN TO PEASANTS ONLY)

CLUMP OF CANES
AO.V.—J. Young
FIELD VEGETABLES
diruit—6 only.—John Perkins.
rn, Guinea—2¢ heads.—John Hewitt.
Corn, Indian—24 heads.—Aaron Year-

Cassava, Roasting—25 Ibs. — Mal
Plantation, —

Cassava, Poisonous—25 Ibs. — Malvern
Plantation.

s, China—20 Ibs.— -
ation Malvern Plant

Eddoes, Nut—20 Ibs.—Ruth Bovell.
Eddoes, Seal Top—20 Ibs.—Castle Grant.
fatoce, “Sweet (Bat 238 ee ba:
, Sweet (B.44)— .—Mal-

ves Plan \o roe

tatoes, Sweet (Carol: —25
—Malvern Plantation. yan ~*
coe (A.O.V.)—25 Ibs.—Mrs. J. W.

r.

Potatoes lish— oad
c “aig English—5 lbs.—Mrs. J. W.
Iron Rod Pumpkin—3 only. — C. M.
» A =
one ny other variety, 3 only.

‘Vegetable Marrow—3 only—Ivan Clarke

Yams, Lisbon Bottle —25 ~
Edgar, St. 3 iM. ~~ 3
‘ams, Cc al
Gfant. in Coconut—25 Ibs.—Castle

Yams, Horn—25 Ibs.—-H. R. Farmer.
Yams, Crop-—25 Ibs.—H. R. Farmer.
Yams, Oriental—25 Ibs.—H. R. Farmer.
GARDEN VEGETABLES
Arrowroot—5 Ibs.—John Perkins.
Artichokes—5 Ibs.—Carlton Clarke.
Beetroot—12 only.—Earnest L. Alleyne.
Cabbage—6é only.—John Perkins.
Carrots—12 only.—C. W. Brathwaite.
Cauliflower—3 only — Me Ivor Arm-
ry—6 only.—Ursel Smith.
Chives—2 Ibs.—E. W. Brathwaite.
ee -I2 only. — Adina Brath-
Cucumbers—6 only.—Roosevelt Bullen.
Egg Plant—6 only.—Erdiston College.
Eschalot, Green.—5 lbs.—Erdiston Col-

exe.
Penalt, Drv eae de Leiza
. fre: —! —J. Ww.
aedies, ly Trea Ibs.—J. W

Leeks—12 only.-Erdiston College.
Lettuce, Green—12 heads, — E.

a eetiace, eads

uce, nonette—12 h —E.W.

Brathwaite. ae S
Okras—48 only.—E. W. Brathwaite.



Onions—12 only,—E, W. Brathwaite.
Peppers, mixed.—Ursula Smith.
wee Sweet—12 only.—E. W. Brath-
ec.

Pulse—(a) Beans, Bush—5 Ibs.—E. W.
Beanie: . ‘.
ans, French—5 Ibs. — Aaron
Yearwood.
fc) Beans, Lima—S Ibs. — Greford
Clazk

e.
(d) Bonavist—5 Ibs, — E. W. Brath-
waite.

‘e) Black Eyes or Rounceval—2 Ibs.

in Pod.—Blanche Greenidge.

(f) Peas. Pigeon—5 lhs.—S, Sargeant.
Radishes—24 only—E, W. Brathwaite.
Sorrel—5 Ibs.—E, W. Brathwaite.
Tornatoes, Marglobe or Similar.—J. W.

Chandler,
Turnips—12 only.—¥- U. Alleyne.

FRUIT
Apples, Golden—12 only.—Ruth Bovell.

Apples, Sugar—6 only. — Macdonald
rke.
Basanas, Cavendish, Bunch, — Ruth
veil.

Bananas, Silk Fig, Bunch,—Ruth Bovell

Bananas, Gros Michael, Bunch.—Edgar |} Le:

St. Hill.

wa :—(a) Citrons—3 only.—M. Har-
(b) Grapefruit—6 only. — A. -

done a \y. A. Year.
(ce) mons—12 only.—G. Hi
(d) Limes, Lisbon—ia Sain Cask

Cox of
(e) Limes, A.O.V.--12 only, —
Grant Plantation. a stay
(f) Mandarins or Tangerines—12 only
aneen Soar weee,

(g) Oranges, Sweet—6 — . J.
w. aye see
( ranges, S le—6 .—Geo
Suet, s, Sevill only. rge

(J) Shaddocks—3 only (Sweet) — G.
we Shaddock: rege!
) Shaddocks—3 (for —
Castle ance aentation, 2 mee
Coconuts, ater, lunch, (A.0.V.)—
A. A. B. Gill. ’ ;
Guavas (12)—George Hutson.
Melons, Cantaloupe or Musk~2 only—
Farmer,
Papaws—4 only.—Blanche Greenidge
Pears, Avocado (Bottle neck)—6 only—
oo gy ae
ars, Avocado (any other variety) ~
only.—C. M. Drayton. wis
Plantains, Bunch,—Castle Grant.
Beans, Bush—2 Ibs. — Hillaby Mixed
eeu
ans, String—2 Ibs. — th!
Boys’ School. eae
ee (Pis)—a Ibs.—St. John Baptist
‘ool.

pi (A.0.V.)—2 Ibs,—Hillaby Mix-
“Ailes aes or Rounceval—2 lbs in pod
TCnristophenes 6 ents Bcutboreuss
Tihuia, Gieryd=B: les. => Messeet Dewy
Tepes (Collection of not less than
SSudtratan saver Teper
ano lbs.—Southborough Boys’

Beets—6 only — Southborough Boys’

oe
arrots (long)—6
Boys' School only—Southborough

Carrots (Stump root ap
borough Boys eet od) 8 only—South:
elery— -—

school” eads Black Bess Mixed
ives—3 lbs.—St. Luke's Boys’ School
Eschalot (Gree ~ i
Bove’ Batok n)—3 Ibs. Boscobel
Eschalot (Dry)—3 Ibs. — Southborough

Boys’ School
Ginger, Yellow (Fresh)—2 tbs,—South-
)]

borough Boys’ School.

Keticer “Mepanetos' Sab Sta

Ss ignon » -

beret Boys’ School. aa nee

otatoes, English—: —Black Bess
Miled ‘Schoal O-S

Radishes—2 —! r
sie ¢s—24 only—Southborough Boys’

eerie 6 only — Southborough Boys’

Open to Head Teachers of the E!
Â¥ s lementary

For the best kept =~
C.D. Jordan ept School Garden.
Open to Peasants and Tenants of

For the best t G vi
Garden—John W. Herkine. mre
Open to Peasants and Tenants of

Sugar Estates
For the best kept Peasant Holding in
the Island, including live stock.—M. A.
Wilkinson; Leman Belle; J McD. Seale.
Open to Peasants and Tenants of
Susar Estates
For the best kept Cotton Plot—Ramon

Forde, om
AND FALERN'
Single distilled Rum, Setaibared
piers aes manufacture+West Indian

Single distilied R:
led Rum, coloured.
ent F's manufact
pF pe:
lied Rum, present year’
manufacture—West Indian Rum Ri nery

Single or Double distilled Rum, Col-
oured, Matured and bottled by Mer-
chants for Household Use—Stuart &
Sampson.

Single or Double distilled Rum, Col-
oured, Matured, Blended and Bottled
by ae ints for Household Use—John

., Taylor.

Liqueur Falernum—dnce & Co

+. pres-
Indian

Commercial Falernum-—- Stuart
Sampson.

Rose, Polyanthia, Single Specimen —
Two ist. Prizes—Mrs. R. F. Parkinson.

Roses, Polyantha, 3 Specimens, all
different—Mrs. J. Wilkinson.

Rose, Radiance Single Specimen.
Two Ist Prizes—Miss Ruth Feldman.

Rose, A.O.V., Single Specimen —
Four ist Prizes—Mr. Fred Simpson.

Roses, A. O. V. 3 Specimens, all differ-
ent—Two ist Prizes—H. N. Leacock.

Roses, A. O. V. Collection, Mixed
Colours—Two ist Prizes H. N. Leacock.

Salvia, Single Specimen—Mrs. J. W
Chandler.

Salvia, 3 Specimens, all
Mrs. J. W. Chandler.
Salvia, _ Collection,
Mrs. J. W. Chandler.
Single Specimer—Miss E

other than

different—
Mixed Colours—

Tithonia, Collection—Mrs. O. Sisnett.
Zinnia, Miniature, Single Specimen—
Mr. B. Nurse.

innia, Miniature, 3 Specimens, all
different—Miss E. Shepherd.

Zinnia, Miniature, 6 Specimens, a!

different—Miss E. Shepherd
Zinnia, Miniature,
Colours—Mrs. J
Zinnia, A. O. V.
Miss E. Shepherd.
Zinnia, A. O. V., 3 Specimers, all dif-
ferent—Miss E. Shepherd
Zinnia, A. O. V., Collection,
Colours—Miss E. Shepherd
A. QO. V., not specified above,
Specimen—Three Ist Prizes 4
Marson, N. Armstrong, H. N
— ws Y. Collection, rot
above—Two ist Prizes—Mrs
Miss E. Shepherd

Collection, Mixed
W. Chandler

Single Specimen—

Mixe:

Single
Victoi
Leacock

"|= comes out
in the flavour !

specified s®
Conduit, AOSMTs 4. B. LESLIE & CO. LTD., P.O. BOX 216, BRIO

Gollection-of the Largest "Variety H
| Flowers—Two ist. Prizes—Mrs. Hf
Conduit.

Austin, Mrs.
| HAND BOUQUETS

Floral Bouquet—Mixed flowers
colours—Mrs. O. Sisnett.

Floral Bopquet—One yariety of flower
j and colour Mise E. Shepherd

Bridal Boug Mrs. J. Wiiliam
ve” Victorian | Bouquet—Mrs G

Button Hale
Wi

and

(other than orchids)—
by t= ‘arren.

‘ay orchids only)—MyYs A. WN
Amstrong

Presentation Batket of
Mrs. C. Weatherhead.

OKCHID PLANTS | IN
FLOWER IN POTS

Cattleya;
Catlleyas
Chenery.
Cattleya’ Laclia—Miss O. De Rocha.
Cetlleyas Hybrid—-Miss E. B Cox.
Gattleyas Species—Mr. F. A. Hunte
Dendrobium Hybrid—Mr. F. A. Hunte.
Dendrobium: Phalaenopsi—Mr. R. F
Pagkinson,
drobium Phalaenopisis — Schroed-
Miss B. L. Young.
jum Species—Mis: F. A. Hunte.
Superbiens—Dr. P. O'Neal.
Epidendrum €Epiphytecal -- Mrs. L
Nicholls,
Oncidium Ampliatum—Madaime Ifill
Spathoglottis—Mis« E. Shepherd.
A.O.V. . not ifea above,
specimen—-R. F. rkinson,
Three specimeng, all differeni specie
R. F. Parkinson.

GROWING PLANTS IN
FLOWER IN POTS OR
TUBS

Anthurium, single specimen
Simeou’Clerke.
Anthurium, single specimen (any other
ecolour)--Miss Shepherd.
Anthurium, 3 specimens, al) different—
Mrs. H, N. Leacock.
Begonia stemle's,
Begonia with stem, single specimen—
Mrs, Frank Hutson. Two Ist prize’.
Chrysanthemum, single specimen—Gov-
ermment House—Two first prizes
Dianthus single specimen
cock.
janthus, 3 specimens, all differént—
Goyernment House.
rbera, single specimen—Government

Flowers

Brossn—Mrs. L
iiasso-Laeli: —

Nicholls
Miss B

single

(Pink!—

single specimen —

H. N.

Howe.

Clerantinte, single specimens—Govern-
ment House.

Cladioli, single specimen—Government

House,

Lilies (Amaryllis), single specimen—
H. N. Leacock.

Lilie (Eucharist, single specimen)—
Government House.

Marigold French, single specimen-—

H. N. Leacock,

Zinnia Minicture, single specimen
E. Shepherd.

Zinnia Miniature, 3 specimens, all dif-
ferent:—Mrs. Austin.

Zinnia A.O.V., single specimen.—Miss
E. Shepherd.

Any other variety flowering plant, not
specified in any of the above sections.
Three ist prizes—Government House,

Miss

ORNAMENTAL FOLIAGE
PLANTS

Alocassia, »o’e specimer —Mrs, H. N.
acock

Alocassia, 3 Specimens, all different.—
Simeon Clarke

Anthurium, Single Specimen—Two Ist
prizes.—Government House.

Aralia, Single Specimen, — Simeon
Clarke
Aralias, 3 Specimens, all different—

Simeon Clarke.
Asparagus, Single Specimen.—Mrs, H.
N. Leacock.

Begonia, Rex, Single Specimen. — F.
Marshall.

Cactus, Single Specimen.—Mrs. Herbert
Greaves.

Conifer, Single Specimen—Mrs. Cyril
Weatherhead.

Croton, Single Specimen. — Two Ist

prizes.—Simeon Clarke.
Crotons, 3 Species, 11 different--Two
1st prizes,—C. deLisle Inniss.
Crotons, 6 Species, all different,—Two
lst prizes.—Government House.
Caladiums, Single Specimen.—Two ist
prizes,Simeon Clarke.
Caladiums, 3 Specimens, all different.—
Two Ist prizes.—Simeon Clarke.
Dracaena, Single Specimen.—Mrs. H.
N._ Leacock.
Dracaera, 4 Specimens,
Simeon Clarke. ‘
Marantas, Single Specimen.—Gov¥ern-
ment House
(a) Caryota spp. (fish tail)—Mrs. J.
H. Wilkinson.
(b) Chrysalidocarpus
Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson,
(g) Ptychosperma Macarthurii.—Mrs,

all different—

Lutescens. —

J. H. Wilkinson
(h) Thrinax spp.—Mrs. J. H. Wilkin-
sen
(i) A, O. V.
Palms, 3 Specimens, all different.—

Mrs. J, Wilkinson.

Peperomia or Water Melon Begonia,
Single Specimen.—F. Marshall

Poinsettia, (Single), Single Specimen.—
Government House.

Poinsettia, (Double), Single Specimen.
—C. deLisle Inniss

A.O:V. of Ornamental Plant not speci-
fied above—Three Ist prizes. Mrs. N,
Leacock,

FERNS

Adiantum, Farleyense, Single Specimen
—Mrs, W. O. Sisnett.

Kalk, Maiden Hair, Single Speci-
men.—Mrs, W, O. Sisnett.

Adiantums, 3 Specimens, all different.
—S. N, Clarke.

Adiantums, 6 Specimens, all different.
—Mrs. W. O. Sisnett.

Duvalia, Single Specimen—Mis. W. O.
Sisnett.

Davalia, 3 Specimens,
Miss E, Shepherd.

Golden Fern, (Fine), Single Specimen,.—
Mrs. W. O, Sisnett

Golden Fern, Single Specimen.—Mrs.
Ww. O. Sisnett

Silver Fern, Single Specimen—S. Clarke

A.O.V. of Fern not specified above.—
Mrs. W. O. Sisnett.

Ferns, 3/Specimens, all different.—Mrs.
S. N. Clarke.: °

PLANTS IN BASKETS
sary Single Specimen.—Mr. H. N. Lea-

enc
Ferns, 3, Specimens, all different.—Mr.
H. N. Leacock.

all different.—





ONE HAT YOU



WON First and Special Prizes for cakes yesterday

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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Asparagus,
N. Leacock.
A.O.V. Single Specimen.

Single Specimen.—Mr.

Miss B. John

son
GRAFTED OR BUDDED
PLANTS

Avocado Pear

Citrus :
‘a) Grape Fruit.-Henry Miller
'b) Orange.—Henry Miller.
tc) A.O.V.—

Mango.—Henry Miller.

Manufactured And Miscel-
laneous Articles
ARTISAN’S WORK

Engine Fitters’ Work.—The Barbados
Foundry Ltd

(a) Tinsmiths’ Work (all measures must
bear the Government Stamp).—A. Ince

tb) Tinsmiths’ Work, otherwise A
Watson.

Forging _in Iron, not machined or filed

-Alfred Estwick.

Machined Article in Brass (not to be
finished with emery, filing, or polishing,
etc.)}—The Barbados Foundry Ltd

Machined Article in Cast Iron (not to
be finished with emery, filing, or polish-
ing, ete.)

Machined Article in Steel (not to be
finished with emery, filing, or polishing,
etc.)—The Barbados Foundry Ltd.
agent Smiths’ Work, including Braz-
ing.

(a) Miscellaneous.—Lione!l Alleyne
(b) Miscellaneous.—W. Thomas

WOOD-WORKING

CABINET MAKERS
Wardrobe.—George
Dining Table.—R

“TORK
Harris.
A. Griffith

Book Case or China Cabinet.—Hubert
Haynes.

Dressing Table.—George Harris.

Chest of Drawers or Desk.—R. A
Griffith.

Sideboard.—Hugh Walcott.

Fancy or Occasional Table. — Colin
Moore.

Trolley or Tea Table.—George Harris
Baars Chairs (one pair).—-Lionel Dan-
1

Upright Chairs (‘one pair) Joseph
Alleyne

Upholstered Furniture.Callyne Hinds
A.O.V Chairs (one pair)—Callyne
Hinds

Table or Chair Legs, turned.—Coleridge
Belle.

Chairs seated with rush or screw pine
—St. Philip Boys’ School

MISCELLANEOUS WORK

Work in twine, comprising Hammocks,

Horse, Fish, Tennis or Cricket nets.—St
Martin's Boys’ School
Work in Thread (Fish Nets) — Christ

Church Boys’ School,

Sisal Grass or fibre
Boys’ School,

Two Market
Boys’ School,

One Fancy Basket.—G. Riley.

Pair Brooms or Brushes. —
Church Boys’ School

Hat made from locally grown materia!
—A. Bramble.

Garden Ornaments in Local Stone.—A
Phillips.

- Christ Church

Baskets.—Christ Church

Christ

Geranium, Single Specimen.—Mrs. J. H.
Wilkinson.

Gerbera, Single Specimen.—Mrs.
cod O'Neale

Gerbera, 3 Specimens,
Mrs. Bernard Conduit,

Gerbera, 6 Specimens,
Mrs, Bernard Conduit,

Gerbera, Collection,
Master David Hewitt.

Gladioli, Single Svecimen.—Mrs.
Leacock

Pres-
all different.—
all different

Mixed Colours:—
H. N.

Hybiscus, Single Specimen,.—Victor
Marson

Hybiscus, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs. John W. Chandler

Hybiscus, Collection, Mixed Colours
Mrs. Bernard Conduit
Ixora, Single Specimen.—Mrs. Yarde

Lilies (Amaryllis) Single Specimen
Mrs. H. N. Leacock
Lilies (Eucharist) Single Specimen

Mrs, John W, Chaidler
Lities (A.O.V.) Single Specimen.-
B. Collins

~Miss

Marigold. French, Single Specimen
Mrs. H. N. Leacock,
Marigolds, French, Collection Mrs.

Frank Hutson.

Marigold, African, Single Specimen.—

Mrs. Frank Hutson

Marigolds, African, Collection Mrs.
Frank Hutson

Pentas, Single Specimen.—-Miss J. Dray
ton

Pentas 3 Specimens, all different
Miss J. Dravton

Pentas Collection, Mixed Colours
Mirs Jean Drayton

Petunia, Single Specimen Mrs
H. N_ Learoet’

DAIRY AND FOOD
PRODUCTS

PRESERVED FRUITS, JELLIES |

ETC.:
Jelly :

|
(a) Guava 2 one-lb. bottles.—Audrey |

‘\@ AGAIN AVAILABLE !!

Murray.
(bi Cherry 2
Haynes,
Jam:
(a) Cherry
McChlery.
(b) Guava 2 one-Ib.
J. Wood.
(ec) Golden Apple 2 one-lb. bottles,-
Miss J. E. Williams
id) Pineapple 2 one-lb, bottles.—Miss
E. J. Wood.
(e) Sorrel 2 one-Ib bottles.—Miss M.
Stoute
(f) A.O:V. 2 one-lb. bottles. — St.
Patrick School.
Marmalade :
(a) Grapefruit 2
Mrs. H. V. St. Aubyn
Guava Stewed 2 one-Ib. bottles —Miss

one-Ib. bottles.—

2 one-lb. bottles.—U

one-Ib, bottles.—



And what goes in ? Why, pure

sugar; wheat, fresh eggs and butter—

togethér with the experience that

has made Huntley and Palmers famous the
whole world over. So many thrilling
vasieties to choose from—lusciously-filled

* Castard Creams ' and ‘ Reading Creams’,
meltingly-delicious ‘Shortcake ' . .

oven-freeb, sealed in tins and } Ib.

OF por ormrmane
pet errmsecruness 10 «= tome Creett




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. all
Freshpaks.

HUNTLEY & PALMERS

piscurrs

delicious
wholesome
and nutritious ,

'
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| Farmers
At Exhibition

farmers in nearty every r-!
ish of the island came into Britge- |
town yesterday for the Annual '
Exhibition that is being held in |
Queen's Park.

In St. Thomas there was a rush
by the farmers for the buses so
that they could arrive in town in
time to see what they had done at
Lhe Exhibition.

Farmers in Martin’s Bay, -St.
John also had a busy time catch-
ing the buses and travelling was
not so good as huge baskets and
tways were also brought into the
buses by the women.

At Belleplaine, St. Andrew,
most of the youth were playing
games as their parents set off for
the town, Some of the boys who
had the day off from school pre-
ferred to play cricket and amuse
themselves for the day.

Buses coming from Holetown,
St. Peter, to Bridgetown were
packed and many waiting for them
were left behind.

Although there was much traffic
nm the road the Sub-Station at
Black Rock said that no accidents
took place.



M. Shepnerd
Guava Cheese, 2 Ibs,~
Preserves. (DRY)
‘a) Ginger L lb, Jessie Mayers
: ‘b) Shaddock Rind—1-lb.—-W. M
Chler
(ce) Lemon Rind—1 Ib.—A. Murray
(d) Grapefruit Rind—1-Ib. Sybil
Arthur

Preserves in Syrup,—Miss Sybil Arthur.

Home made Fudge, 2 tbs.—Domestic
Science Class, Carrington Girls’ School,

Home made Sweets, A.O.V. 2 Ibs.—
Miss Monica Inniss

FLOUR AND STARCH

Farine, Cassava, 2 lbs--E. Hinkson
Flour, Cassava 2 lbs—Iris Thorpe
Flour, Indian Corn—E. Hinkson
Flour, Guinea Corn—F. Clarke
Flour, A.O.V.—Samue} Clarke
Flour, Cassava—Blanche Greenidge
Flour, A.O.V,—W, Davis

BREAD AND CONFEC.-
TIONERY

Bread—Plain (or
for sale; 6 loaves,

Miss Wood

Mc

salt) manufactured
standard size, re-
tailing at 6e., 8c., and 10c., two each
J. & R. Bakeries
Butter Bread, 2
i0c.,—Purity Bakery
Plain Sweet Bread, manufactured for
sale, 3 loaves, standard size, retailing
at 8¢.—J, & R. Bakery
Machine Sweet Bread, 4 loaves, stand-
ard size, retailing at 8c, and l2ec., 2
each—Herbert’s Bakery
Home made fancy
loaves—W. Grimes
Whole-wheat meal Bread, manufac
tured for sale: 3 loaves, standard size
J. & R, Bakery
Cassava Bread—12
Weekes
Christmas or
& R. Bakery
Fruit Cake (not
Girls’ School
Mixed Cakes—24—Mrs. J. P
Fancy Biscuits—1 Ib St
Girl,’ School

loaves retailing at

sweet bread, 2

cakes—Miss lla
Wedding Cake,

iced

iced)—Grace_ Hil!

Foster
Phillips’

BUTTER

Bowls—1 lb

EGGS

white

Butter in Mrs. F. H

Farmer

One dozen Eges—Mrs Ss
Arthur
One
Arthur
One

Arthur

brown Eggs—Mrs Ss

dozen

tinted Eggs—Mrs. $8

dozen

PICKLES

ia) Mixed, 2 one-lb. bottles—-Mariam
(bi Not mixed, 2 one-lb. botties
(each different)—Mrs, E. Storey
{ Hot Sauce—Mrs J. E. Williams



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bottles —Miss E a

Chutney—Miss B. M. Parkinson
Peanut Butter—St, Patrick Schoo!



PUR



at these

box original price $2.46

A7c. and 68e. ........

inal price 60c. _.....
PIVERS COLOGNES—ass
original price $2.00

VEU UCR SES SSe eM

70c. and 38e. .......... a

CRESS

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These will make attractive Xmas Gifts and cannot be repeated

BRONNLEY’S BATH SOAP—large cakes—3 to
box, original price $2.28 box
BRONNLEY’S BATH SOAP—small cakes—3 to

BRONNLEY’S, BRILLIANTINE in Jasmin and
Violet—original price .72c. ...............
ANZORA VIOLA HAIR CREAM original prices

LAUREL RAZORS and UTILITY KNIVES orig-

: SOIR DE PARIS FACE POWDER original prices

SOIR DE PARIS TALC original price

DUA. sfadncses nent beh cay sverkes er iserert te esis
DEVON LILAC TALC. original price 26c. ...
HOUBIGANT’S COLOGNES & LAVENDER

WATER original price $3.60 ..................
#@: HOUBIGANT’S COLOGNES & LAVENDER
WATER original price $3.00
| HOUBIGANT’S COLOGNES & LAVENDER
Ee] WATER original price $1.32 ibe
: » ROGER & GALLET LAVENDER WATER orig-

; ;ROGER & GALLET LAVENDER WATER orig-

Withdrawal

From page 1

Ruby Baird Wins

“Your Guess”
RUBY BAIRD of

Hindsbury

Austrahan Mustangs reported . 7 . " , Y

complete destruction of Kokehat Road, Ms Michael yesterday be-

normally a town of 5,000 popula- |C#me the first woman to win the

tion : Advocate’s “Your Guess” Compe*
Rumours here of a “punkirk”y Ution and secured the $5.00 pri

os to the question:
eet?” Complete secrecy has been
maintained about the movements

fof the huge armada of warships

and transports which landed the
victorious army at Inchon 11
weeks ago and then sailed around
to the east coast.

The only news released has
been that a few Commonwealth
were blockading the
mouth of the Yalu River to pre-
Communist movement
by sea.

If General MacArthur decided
to stand below the parallel he
could muster 200,000 troops
against a potential force of 850,000
attributed to the Communists, of
which 250,000 are estimated al-
ready committed.

But the United Nations would
have to have armoured and artil-
lery superiority as well as com-
plete control of the air.

—Reuter.

Stole Cloth:
Fined £10

A fine of £10 to be paid in 14
days or in default three months’
imprisonment with hard labour
was imposed on Gordon Prescod,
a labourer of Carrington Village,
yesterday by His Worship Mr. H.
A. Talma,

Prescod was found guilty of
the larceny of 8 yards of linen
valued at £5 18s, &d., the pro-
perty of A. E. Taylor & Co., Ltd.
on November 18





Beggar Gets Three Months

Sentence of three ‘months’ im-
prisonment was passed on James
Sealy, a labourer of Orange Hill,
St. James, by His Worship Mr
A. J. H. Hanschell yesterday for
begging alms on Broad Street on
December 6, Sealy also appealed

One Month For Stealing

Olfrick Lovell of Goodland, St.
Michael, was sentenced to one
month’s imprisonment with hard
labour by Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell
yesterday for stealing a quantity
of articles valued at $1.13 from
Dr. Manning of Eagle Hall some
time between December 5 and 6
Lovell appealed.

Sudden Death
Cecil Gittens alias “Night Man”
of Goodland’s Tenantry collapsed

and died last night shortly after
7 o'clock near the Empire The-
atre, Probyn Street. His body

was taken to the Public Mortuary.

Sisters Of Mercy

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 2.
The Sisters of the Dominican

Order who spent over 40 years
nursing the inmates of the
Chachacachare Leper Asylum
have terminated their contract
with Government through His
Grace the Archbishop of Port-
of-Spain, Dr. Finbar Ryan. H's
Grace, was however, fortunate
to secure the services of the
Sisters of Mercy to replace them.
These Sisters are qualified for
the carrying out of this work,
and many of them have already
taken over,

Spurling Transferred
To Gambia

(From Our Own Correspondent!
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 4
Mr. Anthony Cuthbert Spurling,
Trinidad’s Solicitor General, has
been transferred on promotion to
Gambia, West Africa, as a Puisne
Judge. Salary of a Judge of the
Gambia Supreme Court is $640

a month.



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STORES é
prices, &
ii aeeancataae now $1.80
box....... 10: &
bee NOW 48

Lesson Mabie now 36c, and AS
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Eiere/téleaebiivese rs now 30 3
’td Flower Scents &
angen shin beseeetanataneed now 1.44 &
&
BEd niente 42c. and = .28 @&
nen . now 40 a
now .20 G
.now 2.40 &
&
lowe now 1.44 3
now 84 &
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now . 66 &

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winners of th
competition. Hers was the first
envelope opened by the Editor
eontaining the correct answer to
“Where is this?” It was a photo
of Harmony Hall, Christ Church,
after the Flood of August 31-—
September 1 last year.

Others guessed it was a road
after the flood, but did not place
the road correctly. For instanec
one put it down as River Road
after the flood and another as
Land's End, Fonfabelle, Still an-
other hazarded the guess that the
place was ill-fated Halls Road,



10 BELIEVED KILLED
IN R.A.F. PLANE CRASH

GIBRALTAR, Dec. 6.

Ten people aboard a Royal Ait
Force Wellington bomber which
crashed in Spain yesterday were
presumed to have been
killed,

The Wellington was one Oot
eight which left Shawbury, Shrop-
shire yesterday morning on a
training flight during which they
met rough weather and thunder-
storms.

Four of the aircraft landed at
Tangier and three at Gibraltar.
The lost plane crashed near Denia
on a mountain range in Alicante
province. Rescue parties which
went out yesterday were caught
in a snowstorm.

—Reuter.



PAGE FIVE



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as follows:




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STEW BEEF
Jena oeminin

LAMB CHOPS, LEGS anp
SHOULDERS

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SALMON x». $1.68
BACON vere. $121
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HAM «OL
Confectionery Biscuits Liqueurs,
Boxes Fry’s Assorted Tins Peek Frean’‘s Wi .
ines, Ete. :
Chocolates ............ $2.09 Playbox Biscuits . $1.20 j
Boxes Nesiles Peek F 4 Bottles Green 5
Assorted Ten yeee Tees Chartruese ............ $7.50
Chocolates .......... 1.19 Cheeselets ........ 1.24
Tins Palm Toffee Tins Peak Frean’'s Bottles D.O.M. ........ 5.78
97 — .67 — .46 Martini Crackers ., 1.64 » Drambui ........ 6.00
Boxes Fry's Hazel Nut Tins Carr’s Club
Chocolates Cheese Biscuits... 1.00 ae al
$2.02, $1.89, 1.06 Tlie SeaMonkey naga anon i
Bottles Pesonl's tion Biscuits S14. . | Pee Shetewe
Fruit Drops .... $ .56 .49 Tins Jacob's a % SHOT os ssscvenssccassse 2.16
Tins Pascall’s Glucose Ras: actitts 2.06 Bottles Paarl Twany
Barley Sugar $ .98 .56 acl cree ae i Posts, :iiohrices 2.16
Tins Pascall’s Fruit Tins Jacob's Variety
Drops occ ccc 094 Ass: Biscuits ...... 2.14 Bottles Bactos Port .. 3.00
Tins Pascall’s Fruit Tins Crawford's Tar- » Wincarnis
Barley Sugar ...... . 98 tan Shortbread .... 1.20 Tonic Wine $2.88 $1.38
atc Peanut Kutter & Jams Canned Fruit
EAVESDROPPING a 1S CLIntS aPrains. t * Jars Peanut Butter 35 Tins Pears (24) 60
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“Bir! || |) » Fig Jam (2-1) ......... a) GP NOMMBOR - sisioerscgernrcians 33
. « Red Currant Jelly 34 » Pineapple Pieces ...... ........ 42
Cereals Canned Vegetables
Tins Quaker Oats oo... $ .52 Tins Farrows Peds ..0....0.....060cc00 38
Tins Breakfast Food (3 1bs)...... 86 w Heinz Peas oo... cece 40
Tins Forex oo. ooo pecsseseseessssseese 80 » Challenge Peas ....... eo 20
Tins Allson’s Rolled Oats........ .48 » Asparagus Tips ............... 85
Pkgs. Quaker Corn Flakes........ 28 pep EPO cs cosinnszhonoivsenns 34 |
Pkgs. Quaker Puffed Wheat... .36 » Asparagus (2-Ib) ................ 1.97
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7, 1950



CLASSIFIED ADS.|

TELEPHONE 2508

Casein



DIED
MANNIN G- “TRG, wie o
Charies J. Manning, aot
Palm Beach, Funeral will
leave the tate residence at 4.30 p.m
to-day for the Westbury Cemetery
Friend: are invited.
ROSIE KNOWLES
VI LEIDDELOW.

the late Dr.
her residence











7.12.50—in
IN MEMORIAM
IN loving memory of my dear Aunt
KATE FORDE, who departed this life on
7th Decemb #47.
Days of adness still come o'er me
Tears in silent often flow
Memory keeps you ever near me

Though you left three years ago.
Ever to be remembered by her loving
niece Olive Byer, New York City
7.12.50—In



In memory of ST. CLAIR HARDING
who died on December 7, 1944.

Days of sadness still come cer me,

Secret tears still freely flow,

You are as fresh in my memory, dear

St. Clair

As 6 year: ago on this earth below.

Ever to be 1emembered by your wife,
Helena and fami}. 7.12,50-—'n.

FOR SALE





AUTOMOTIVE
CAR—One (1) Forde 10 in perfect
working order, tyres good, always Owner
Driven Dial 4239. 7.12.50—4n





Morris uioon 19 h.p, Car
s condition New battery
Owner driven. Phone

7.12.50—t.i.n.





CAR—19.
in First C
and good
2459





CAR—Hillman

3948 «perfect running
order, alway

owner driven. Call 2672,
6.12.50—Sn,





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

5.12.50—3n.

ELECTRICAL

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

1.12.50—6n.

*URNITURE

CHAIRS—Sturdy
a2 Walnut,







Chairs well finished |
or Mahogany. Suitable for |
Office and Home. Only $5.40 each.

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





FAN MILL—10 ft. diameter “Woods
Mill” with self-oiling Head, 60 ft. tall,
é-post Tower, 3% Syphon Pump — in|
good working | order Price $350.00 as
it stands, Dial 4506 6.12,50—1n.







TYPEWRITERS Olympia Portsble
Typewriters. Another shipment Just
arrived. See these fine machines before
otherwise committing yourself. Apply:
A. G. St. Hill. Phone 3199,

1,12.50—7n. e.0.d,

MISCELLANEOUS

ALARM CLOCKS
Nickel plated Cases
Hands and Figures.





In coloured and
Plain or Luminous
Very reliable make



and good timekeepers. Prices from
$3.20 to $3.65 each. C. F, Harrison &
Co., Broad Street. Telephone 2364.
6.12.50—3n,
GAGEME ARY -- Can you
imagine you get %2 beautiful scenerics
of the Island in the B'do: Engagement
Diery and the price is only 2/-. Obtajn-
abie — KNIGHT'S LTD. 7.12%50—3n,



GIFT SETS—Attractive Gift Sets of
Tea Spoons, Pastry Forks, Fruit Spoons,



Cocktail Sets and many others. Prices
ar low as $2.99 set. G. W. HUTCHINSON
& CO., LTD. Dial 4222.

2.°2.50—t.f.n,

MENTHOLATUM is a soothing, cooling
and healing balm for all Skin Irrita-
tions, including Piles ete,, ete., so keep
a supply handy in the home. Price
15 cents tin. Knight's Ltd. 6.12.50—3n.

lb.,





Rasins 40 c.







Sic.



per Currants

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



Bo ta asia ella

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 ton.
THANI BROS. Pr. Wm. Henry Street.
Dial 3466. 29.11.50—t.f.n.

TEA SETS—A most useful and attrac-
tive Gift. 24 piece Tea sets in several
designs and decorations, Prices as low
as $9.95 set, G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO.,
LiD. Dial 4222. 2.12 50—t.f.n

WINTER OVERCOAT and Woollies
Chest 4446 — Telephone 3085
6.12.50.--3n.





Ba a ce na aenian aati
ZOFLORA—Perfumed disinfectant con-
fairing D.D.T. A_ powerful fragrant
antiseptic germicide—excellent for the
sick room, public rooms, offices etc
Obtainable at all leading store).

28.11.50—7n.

——

e.0.d.

FOR RENT
HOUSES

VILLE ' The Stream
furnished, 3 bed-
und drawing room











“DIAMOND
Christ Church.—Fully

rooms, dining room vin
For particulars dial 2377. 7.°2.50—2n

UNFURNISHED FLAT — At “BRIAR-
FIELD" with Garage, Lower Callymore
Rock, St. Michael, Dial 3472. . Blair
Bannister. 6.12.50—t f.n.












a

VI-VILLA at St. Lawrence Gap near
the church. It consists of open Veran-
dah. Drawing and Dining Rooms, 3 Bed-
rooms, Water toilet and Bath. Now
vucant Apply to D’Aroy A. Scott,
Magazine ‘one. 6.12.50.—3n.

—$—$———ne

WANTED
HELP é

——$—$—$———
LERK for our Tailoring Establish-

AC
some knowledge of salesmanship

ment,





i . Apply: P. C. 8S. Maffei & Co.,

me me 5,12.50—8n.
—

; y — Apply G. Hudson

GARDEN_ BOY pp wis o

“Pendle”, Pine Hill.

Siete rnteh ene Ss me agg aE

UNIOR OFFICE CLERK—Temporary

ofee Assistant — crop time only. Apply

in writing enclosing Rte fe
7 wer e:

to H. A. Dowding, ~ ae

——————————— EE oe
MISCELLANEOUS

xES *— All kinds of Card Board
oan other than corrugated card

ind: Dept.
Apply Advocate B' tg to men

SCRAP GOLD and gold jewellery
bought, highest prices paid See your
Jewellers, Y. De Lima & Co, Ltd., 20,

idgetown.
Broad Street, Br sa ii cit.



PUBLIC NOTICES



NOTICE





BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



TAKE NOTICE
MENTMORE

That Mentmore Manufacturing
Limited, a Company registered
the laws of Great Britain, whose
or business address is Tudor

Co.

Grove

Wel Street, Hackney, London E. 9 Eng- |

land, trading as Manufacturers, has ap-
plied for the registration of trade

2

metk in Part “A”, of Register in con-

RAFFLE of the Doll dressed in 25] section with writing instruments, pens,

$1.00 notes from the Cemvent Fair was | fountain pens, Stylographic pens. Ball-

won by Ticket EB. 97, E. Lorde, Nurse! pointed pens and parts thereof; pen-

Land, 7.12.00. n. | fountain pens, stylographic pens, ball
wacigiaiie desk sets consisting of a stand for

pen and a pen and writing set: consis-

NOTICE ee 8 of a pee *< = arnt pencils, pro-

pelling pencils, balil-point pencils and

PARISH OF ST_ PHILIP parts thereof; pencil cases, leads fort

APPLICATIONS (in sealed envelope: | pencils, ink, ink wells, ink stands,

marke? on the outside, “Application for | ink biotter:, blotting pads, erasers,

post of Asses-or”) will be received by |, ulers and drawing pins, and will be

the undersigned not later than Tuesday
12th December 1950, for the port of
Assessor for this Parish.

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

monials.
Successful Applicant will assume

duties on 27th December 1950.
For further particulars apply on any
office day to—
P. S. W. SCOTT,
Clerk of the Vestry,



TAKE NOTIC
PLATIGNUM

That Mentmore Manufacturing Co.,
Limited, a company registered under the
laws of Great Britain, whose trade or
business address is Tudor Grove, Well
Street, Hackney, London, E. 9, England,
trading as Manufacturers, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A" of Register in connection with
writing instruments, pens, fountain
pens, stylographic pens, ball-pointed
pens and parts thereof; penholders, pen
nibs, pen stands, pen trays, desk sets
consisting of a stand for a pen and a pen
and writing sets consisting of a pen and
4 pencil; pencils, propelling pencils, ball-
pointed pencils and parts thereof; pencil
eases, leads for pencils, ink, ink wells,
ink stands, ink blotters, blotting Pads,
erasers, rulers and drawing pins, 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
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office,

Dated this 5th day of December, 1950

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
5.12 50—3n.



TAKE NOTICE >
LIBBY’S

That Libby, McNeill & Lib
poration organized and ons “anne
the Laws of the State of Maine, United
States of America, whose trade or busi-
ness address is Union Stock Yards, City
of Chicago, State of Illinois, U.S.A.,
has applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in con-
nection with foods and ingredients of
foods, and will-be entitled to register
the same after one month from the 5th
day of December 1950, unless some per-





son rs » the meantime give notice

in d 2 to me at my office of op-

posit! such registration. The trade

mark be seen on application at my
office

Dat his 5th day of December, 1950.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
5.12, 50—3n,

CARNATION

That Carnation Company, a corpora-
tion organized and (existing under the
jaws of the State of Delaware, U.S.A.,
whose trade or business address is
5045 Wilshire Boulevard City of Lo.»
Angeles, State of California, U.S.A., has
applied for the registration of a trade
nurk in Part “A of Register in con-
nection with »ll food products, inelud-
ing milk, butter, cheese, sweeted con-
densed milk, unsweetened evwporated
milk, evaporated skimmed milk, con-
densed sweetened skimmed milk, pow-
derec milk, malted milk, sterilized
cream, sterilized evaporated cream,
milk compounds, (skimmed milk and
vegetable fats) and ice cream, and will
be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 5th day of Decem-
ber 1950, unl@ss some person shall in the
meantime 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.

H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
5.12,50—8n.





~ TAKE NOTICE

That Libby, McNeill & Libby, a cor-
poration organized and existing under
the laws of the State of Maine, U.S.A.,
whose trade or business address is Union
Stock Yards, City of Chicago, State of
Illinois, U.S.A., has applied for the re-
wistration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in connection with foods and
ingredients of foods, and will be entitled
to register the “same after one month
from the Sth day of December 1050,
unless some person shall in the mean-
time give notice In duplicate to me at
my office of opposition of such registra-;
tion. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my

Dated this

Registrar of Trade Marks.
5.12, 50—3n.



TAKE NOTICE
ALKA-SELTZER

That Miles Laboratories, Inc., a cor-
poration 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., has
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in connec-
tion with medicated preparations in
tablet form for human use in making
seltzer water for the purpose of treating
acidity, and will be entitled to register
the same after one month from the 5th
day of December 1950, unless some per-
son shall in the meantime give notice in
duplicate to me at my office of opposi-
tion of such registration, The trade
mark can be seen on application at my

office,
Dated this 5th day of December, 1950.
H. WILLIAMS,
« Registrar of Trade Marks.
6.12 50—3n.



TAKE NOTICE
GROLSCH

That Naamloze Vennootschap Bierbrou-
werli “De Klok” (a limited Mability
company organized and existing under
the laws of the Kingdom of the Nether-
lands) whose trade or business address
is Brouwerijstraat 51, Enschede, Holland,
trading as Manufacturers and Merchants,
has applied for the registration of a
trade mark in Part “A” of Register in
connection bed bay and eee =
titled to register e same ai
month from the Sth day of December,
1950 unless some person shall
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.
ated this Sth day of December, 1950.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
$.12,50—2n.

ice.
Sth day of December, 1950, |
H, WILLIAMS,










en.tled to register the same after one
month from the 5th day of Dccember
950 unless some person shall in the
meantime 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
H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
5.12 50—3n

TAKE NOTICE
PEPSI-COLA

That Pepsi-Cola Company, a corpora-
tion organized under the laws of the
State of Delaware, whose trade or busi-
ness address is 3 West 57th Street, New
York, State of New York, United States
of America, Manufacturers, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A"' of Register in connection with
non-alcoholic carbonated beverages and
syrups for making the same, and will
be entitled to register the same after one
month from the 5th day of December
1950 unless some person shali in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration, The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated this 5th day of December, 1950

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
5.12 50—3n

PUBLIC SALES











AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received I will sell on
Friday, December 8th at Messrs. Cole
& Co's Garage, Probyn Street, (1) 1939-12
H.P. Morris Car, (1) 1937-14 H.P.
Vauxhall. Both must be sold. Sale at
2 p.m. Terms cash.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer
3.12.50-—-4n

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
LUMBER

We will sell on FRIDAY, the 8th
<. H. Kinch & Co., Ltd,
in Fairchild Street.

4,000 feet White Pine.

Sale 12,30 o'clock. Terms Cash.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers
6.12.50—2n

REAL ESTATE

SHARES—W. I. Biscuit Factory Ltd.
(80). Apply HUTCHINSON & BAN-
FIELD, Solicitor. 6.12,50—On

CHATTEL DWELLING HOUSE. situate
at Upper Dayrellg Road, Christ Church,
containing. Closed gallery, Drawing and
Dining Rooms, Two bedrooms, Kitcher
end outoffices together with the palings
and Water and Electric Fitting». Land
can be rented. For inspection apply to





at
Warehouse





the tenant, Miss Doris Straker, Dres»-
maker or direct to ;Fred J. Ashby,
Churchwarden’'s Office, Parochial Build-

ings,

Phone 4159. 3.12.50—3n,





“KINGSLEY'—2nd Avenue, Belleville
This desirable residence faces the
Belleville Tennis Courts and contains
Drawing and Dining rooms, kitchenette
end open verandahs, and upstairs 3 bed-
rooms, 1 dressing room and usual offices
Garage and 2 gervants'’ rooms. The
whole area is 6,790 square feet.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs.
Lisle Bayley. Dial No, 3381
Friday,

Sale by public competition
15th December at 2 p.m,
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Lucas Street.

28.11.50—!0n.



ataiirre lad Satis ccapern Draken

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

Inspection by appointment any
exeept Sunday. Phone 3983.

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

day

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Lucas Ttreet, Bridgetown.
1.12,50—6n.
TWO HOUSES—Board and shingled,
Practically new in Fitts Vilage, St. James,
One 16x 9x 9 ft. And One (1) 20 x 10
Shed 20 x # ft. wth Kitchen attached
Apply to S. Jordan on premise i an
7.12.50



gn



a
VIOLET VILLE—Lower Bank Hall
Cross Road. Inspection any day except
Sundays between the hours of 8 a.m
and 4 p.m For particulars Dial 3938
or 5.12.50—3n

—__________
“LASCELLES"—Worthings, Ch. Ch.,
containing one closed gallery and two
(2) open verandahs, drawing ané
dining rooms, 3 bedrooms feach with
running water), breakfast room anc
kitchen, usual conveniences including
gas. Servants’ rooms and garage in
yard, also ¢ number of fruit trees,

s dial 2824
For further particulars ey ee



I Acre 1 Rood 33% Perches of land
situate at McClean’s Gap, Brittons Hill,
abutting on, lands of Clarke, Lynch,
Smith, Louise Johnson and Me
Clean’s Gap aforesaid

Excellént site for development.

Inspection on application on the pre-
mises. ‘

‘The above property will be set up ‘or
sale by public Auction at our office,
151, Roebuck Street, Bridgetown, on
Friday the 8th December, at 2 p.m.

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

on




SALE OF PLANTS

By kind permission of the
Dean, a
.. SALE OF PLANTS ..
(Crotons, Palms, Orchids,
Gerberas, etc.
will take place on
FRIDAY, 8th December,
from 3—5 p.m.

— at —
Melbourne, Belmont Road,
(kindly lent by Miss
Farmer)

Part of proceeds for Poor
Relief Fund of St.
Cyprtan’s Church.



under |
trade |

|
al

!
| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE!

The application of Clemmott Price ot
Salters, St. George, for permission to sel
| Sptrits, Malt Liquors, &c., at @ board
and shingle shop with shedroof attached



Roebuck Street, City








Dated this 6th day of December, 1950
| To:—-H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist A”
| Sigmed ORMOND PRICE
|} N.B—This application will ‘be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held | *
at Police Court, Di trict “A" on Moncay, | (
the 18th day of December, 1950, at 11
o'clock, am j
H. A. TALMA, |
| Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘ i
7.12.50, |
| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Allan B. Knight of [-
The Garrison, St. Michael, for per-
mission to sell Spirits Malt Liquors, &¢.,
t Stifford House, The Garrison, St
Michael
Deted this Sth da of December, 1950.
To:—E. A. McLEBOD, :
} Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’ ‘
Signed G. Turney for
R. S. NICHOLLS & GO.,
for Applicant
N.B.—This opplication will be con-
| sidered at a Licensing Court to be held)

t Police Court,
the 5th day
1l o'clock, a.m,

District “A”
of Dechmber

on Friday
1950, at

E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist
7.12.50

“A
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Department of Education.








GOVERNMENT NOTICES



Department Of Education

WESTBURY INFANT SCHOOL — ST. MICHAEL

Applications are invited for the Headship of the new Westbury
for Applicant. | Infant School from teachers (women) with at least 10 years’ teaching
The minimum professional qualification required is the

“xperience,
ertificate A of the Department or exemption therefrom.



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

Candidates who have already submitted application forms in
respect of previous vacanciés (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
All applications must be enclosed in en-
velopes marked “Appointments Board” in the top left hamd corner
of Education by Saturday, 9th

ind must reach the Department
Jecember, 1950.

ist December, 1950.



THE THERAPEUTIC SUBSTANCES ACT, 1949

The Director of Medical Services who is the Licensing Authority
under the Therapeutic Substances Act (which Act has now been pro-
claimed and Regulations made under it with effect from the Ist
December) is prepared to meet any of the Druggist and any medical



























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———_—________———--— | practitioners and other interested members of the public to guide
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE ; 2 ; E 3
‘The application of Elmina Bishop, of | them in the operation of the Act and Regulations at 2.00 p.m. on
Rush Hail, St. Michael, for permission | Thursday, 7th December at the office of the Director of Medical
to ell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a | co, " * i
board and shingle ‘shop attached to | ~&TVices, the Wharf. :
resivence in Crumpton Street, St. | Department of Medical Services.
Michael . ©
Deted this Sth day of December, 1959. | 4th December, 1950 5.12 ,50—2n.
Yo:—E. A, McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “A’ '
Signed G. HANSRAY,
for Applicant
N.B.—This application wil' be con- /
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, Distrie: "A" cn Frida Se eS ES
the 15th day ot December, (950, at| MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW equine ¢
11 o’eleck, a.m ZEALAND LINE LIMITED j
B.A. McLEOD, (M.A.N.Z. LINE) |
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A™ M.S, "“TONGARIRO” is scheduled to ;
7.12.50—In. sail Mayne Jenuary 4th, Melbourne The M.V “Daerwood" will %
~~, | January 18th, Brisbane January 27th, accept Cargo and Passengers for P h h ld :
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | Sydney February 7th. Arriving at Tri- St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Gedoate assengers Ww Oo Oo reservations
The application of Eslvn A. Tull of | Bidad first haif March, 195). Barbados and Aruba 3
Beckles Hill, St, Michael, tor permis- We eee oe : se sea | x
ion to sell Spirits, Malt Liqvors, &c..| |. 8 versel has ample space for Hard The MV. “Caribbee” will %
at a b and shingle shop attached | Frozen and General Cargo. accept Cargo and Passengers for x l D mb 1950
to residence at Beckles Hill, St Michael. | Cargo accepted on through Bills of Dominica, Avtiaua, SMonaberret. on an a ter st. ece er, ’
Dated this 5th day of December, 1950. | Lading with transhipment at Trinidad Nevis and St. Kitts
To:-—-E. A. McLBOD, for British Guiana Barbados, Wind- Sailing Friday 15th
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” ward and Leew sland + ; ¢
Signed E. A. TULL, For further particulars epply ar
rial Applicant.| FURNESS, WITHY & COMPANY, B.W.l, SCHOONER OWNERS e inaly aSke to contact Our
N.B.—This application will be con LIMITED. ASSOCIATION Ino.
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held | ” a wi Tele. 4047 j i j
at Poliée Court, District “A" on Friday Off d d d
the 18th day of December, 1950, at 1! & DA COSTA’ & Co, Ltd, ice regarding times an ays
om. jar Os,
BE. A. McLEOD, BWI Agents. eee ———$—
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”. . f d f h . fli h
7.12.50, n
eee eee : ° Oo eparture of their ights.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Steamship Co
The application of Winifred Hunte ot . .
Deacon’s Road, St. Michsel, for perm. - =
sion to sell Spirits, Mait Liquors, &c., Inc.
at a board und shingle shop attached
to residence at Hill Ka., Bush Hall, St. } NEW YORK SERVICE
Michael S/S CG. Thulin sails Ist December—arr
Dated this Sth day of December, 1950. | S/S, Byfjord sails 28nd Ei ORs wee at Bom mber,
To.—E. A. Mcl BOD, ws gi ter eT gee ‘tested pahamsrothaditeeijeeanbicn
Police Magistrate, ae, a 3 NEW ORL NS SERVICE -_- sessing 2
Signed WE et $/3 Basi sailed urd November- arrives Barbados 7th December
. rg Steamer sails 7th December—-arrives Barbados 2lst Decembe:
N.B.—This application will be consid A Steamer sails 2ist Decembe “1 ec r.
ered at a Licensing Court to be held | 4 Steamer sails 4th January narviven Borbadon int ‘an en Lower Broad St. Phones 4585 & 2789.
it Police Court, District “A", On Friday | -eaeneeemnemesmmeas ol a dng anuary.
the 15th day of December, 1950, at CANADIAN SERVICE
‘1 o'clock, a.m | cou
1 o’clo ates MeLEOD, , OUTHBOUND thet ae oe eo =
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A” ails Arrives LSPS SSS SS FOSS FOSS
eae deerme | edi aoa of Ship Montreal Halifax Barbado: %
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | | “Aco Rolle. Mth. Nov 271m. Nov ain Dec. 1%
The application of Edward C, Bourne | “Alcoa Pennant" ” sath pee 9 ie st
of Government Hill, St. Michael, for per- Se; -7en, 8 j
imi sion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.. © NORTHBOUND eS one % | /
at m board and shingle shop at Golfr waive a
Course Road, Rockley, Christ Chureh, | 1X
within District “Aé oso. | x
Dated this 6th day of December, 1950 “Alcoa Polaris" Arrives Barbados 13th December. Sails for s
To B.A. MeLROD. Ba was oc St, John, NB, and Halifax, N.S, ~
‘olice Magistrate, st. em vessels have limited passenger accommodation. e
Signed DENNIS GRANNUM, | o . ,
+ ntitbie ebtcain © See oon-| ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service. % a t€S ;
sidevea vat & Ligensity Court fo be held Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—-Canadian Service. .
at Police Court, District “A" on Monds cameteameitectifnrte ee (lb ei :
the 18th day of December 1950, at \
t o'clock, a.m A, MoLEOD, \ GIVE HER...... @
+ Police Magistyate, Dist, °/
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PAGE EIGHT

MCC. Test Fight Has /|U.S. Controls

| Man Hates
Shaken Up Australia | Ceatrele





oe y nena . . aie aq|Korean soldiers while trying tuo
NE sorry for two Americans he had ying
Looking Out For Wil. Dr. Ajan icone aa wounded, surrendered recently toj""d the route. ;
new prices and wages boss, hopes|# First Cavalry Patrol after acting} ., ee hi a 2 sinew cane wie to aces at “a
(From Our Own Correspondent) he can persuade the American|@S the wounded men’s guide and the Stace Ps oe rr rai oe theue Genere! Post Office as uinder:— vd
LONDON, Dec. 6 people to deal with inflation |urse for two weeks me EF aspera sont a an a e a Parcel Mail, Registered Mail and
, : ; ’ themselves The reluctant Communist} #orean farmers. Both men were} Ordinary Mail at 10 a.m. on the sth
England's great fight in the first Test at Brisbane has] But, he warns, if they do not}|brought with him to safety two|'â„¢ bad shape from exposure and) December, 1860.
caused Australian selectors to shelve a team-building plan]put the brakes on themselves, ms an survivors of the bloody ot, a a Chinese eae
on which they were proposing to embark in view of the]the Government will “by cther]Nov. 2 surprise rout of a battalion soldie ails £ : $e a2
forthcoming West Indian tour of Australia. means of the Cavalry'’s Eighth Regiment., ed soldier accompanied | sur.) Tas Sioaed at the General Pox Office

Frank’ Rostron, Daily EF. eee These other means, now under

cricket writer. cabling from Bris- consideration, though not an-
bane says inne selectors SS nounced officially, include a

cked an orthodox team—t : ceiling on wages, as well as
e i a s price This would be tanta-



ingest available for the first

mount

to a form of rationing of }wounded and then

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

A Friendly Chinese Soldier

Hy Lee Ferrero

{that he once paid for two sweet



potatoes out of his own pocket

ON THE NORTHWEST FRONT Chan worked his way slowly
Korea. 4 toward American lines, at times

A chubby little Chinese soldier, bluffing his way past North

The Chinese identified himself|“!Virg Americans to safety and
as “Private Chan” and said only|'t, tended to substantiate oe

goat he was glad to be out of the}! other wounded Americans that
fighting. he

Chinese do not want to figi.:
both Americans, In ail such reportei

His American “prisoners,”
back} Cases the Chinese were former

nursed




win: tf hag priicineind : — items like new cars. to health by Private Chan, are Lt.| Vationlist soldiers pressed into
ng to blood ohe or two young- Dr. Valentine, whom Presi-| Louis Grizzard, Moreland, Ga.,j ‘°rvice by Chinese Communists.
players as a curtain raiser to dent Truman last month calledjand Pvt. Henry Hause, occa’ _ Maj. Gen. Hobart R. Gay of the

fhatches against the West Indics from a headmastership to leact | Mass. First Cavalry Division was =s9

mext year. his new Economic Stabilisation] The two Americans told a har-]appy to hear of Chan’s friendli -
“But after this sobering shake- Agency, is the man who will|rowing story of hiding out in}®ess that he offered him a job-—

up by the England side which by _|write the orders, if necessary, enemy territory for 16 days after} “i! he can cook.

mo means had th the Worst of play, Country Not Ready their battalion was cut off. Whether he can cook or not,

be shelved—
eye eerste: ne says Ros-

Though the Australian side { ir
ould not be =:
the M.C.C. as
ul young Austral »
py ina match sta -
the only like y
ropping of Jack
batsman.”

But the 49-year old
Yorker hopes to try all
methods first.

“What is the use of
a lot of rules and

New
other









hates all con-
and will employ them only

Dr Valentine

se “|| trols
Poca ee he
“When inflation hits a nation,”



ostron st its however tl.at
n and his selectors will have

wi ;
ie make some amendments ico
ot next Test plans in the light LEN HUTTON



in thevbatting list seems now a

back to United Nations lines as
best it
making | attempt
regulations |Opposition of such ferocity that
you may not be able fully to en-|to continue the

force?” he asks, “The country is| have been suicidal.

not ready, either economically i se, after twe

or psychologically, for blanket|days saw a single enemy soldier

controls,” approaching them from a nearby
hill. Grizzard said;

must the
handle one unarmed so'dier, but






Chan is the most popular Chines>
Red on the Northwest front.
—-I.N.S

The unit was ordered to get

could after a
met with Communist



mission would

Self Discipline

ST, ANNE, ALDERNEY,
Channel Islands.
At her own request Mrs. Jean
Jean (eq) of Alderney island, has
been barred from ‘the bars of the

Grizzard and Hause, after two

“We had a 45 and we figured
two of us could certainly

learned in the first he said, “somebody is bound to|he suddenly hurled a grenade atJisland’s ten hotels and saloons.
game. get hurt. Inequities are bound us.” ‘ Both Americans were Her action was officially sanc-
to follow. The task is to keep'wounded by the grenade and]tioned when Mrs. Jean went to
“thecbatling list geems now a Charles K. Os nee 08 I ie gees expected the coup de grace ati the island’s court and said “all

fatal failure to exploit the worl. Lanta, Sopaees: Saevicn:





any moment,

when the enermy

my matrimonial differences are



soldier came up to them. Then inlet
at Set pars wambedeed DE. ‘i Barone : 7 came a pleasant surprise. Hause ow oe Fiease put me on
night s loss of as wae > Ram’s Brother aT was stunned to find the J The court cial, aie and _
tragic quarter an hour. . s i ‘ ; -|Jean became the first of the
“Then I cannot see the u.- IN 11TH. ROUND iF ; Chinese soldier treating = MYT igjana’s. 1,445 lation in elev
t 1 . 4 sland’s 1,445 population in eleven
orthodox move of playing Mc!:.- I Of 34 Nominated wound. Then he apparently years to go on the wagon official-





of Sheppard or Pay --

in the Tost

starting on December 22 at M:\-
urne—especially as Sheppar.|’s} his
$0 far was agai sti ship title by knocking out
warsen . lelbourne.” Barone in the lith round
up from Brisba.e,| Both men are Americans.
Ww. A a O'Reilly. Australia’s grest-| Charles’ title is recognised by the
gict spin bowler delivers his \ -r- National Boxing Association. It
these words: “Althov e was Charles’ fifth battle since he
> the first Test by 70] won the National Boxing Associa-
cent display of tion’s version ‘of the championship

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 4
Thirty-four members have been

CINCINNATI, Dec. 5,
Ezzard Charles to-night retained
world heavyweight champion-

Nick Park Oval, for the forthcoming

Intereolonial cricket tournament
to take place in Barbados. The
list reveals a welcome bunch of
youngsters. Five of the players
who represented the West Indies
in England earlier this year are

wanted to help us when he found
we were Americans.”

po = ; D land the Chinese straggler ate and
invited to practise at the Queen’s slept as best they could until they
stumbled
Patrol.

owed
Chink,”
with affection,

ly for an indefinite period.—I.N.S.

Then for 14 days the Americans

Cost Of Prisoner

LONDON, Dec. 5.
Secretary Chuter Ede,
reported in a written reply toa
Parliamentary question that it
cost $9,80 a week to keep a prison-

into the First Cavalry
The two Americans said they
their lives to “Chan, the
and they spoke his name

Home

Grizzard told how the Red





sdeey's Len Hutton—I rank him oa ie included. Sonny Ramadbin is! .idier had even dickered for foo. ler in gaol, in England and Wales.
Se ee in = naa 2 Ther it wee his fet title aoe tants plains ae gag lg for them with North Koreans and —LN.S
today—w an inca , als
morale-builder for the Englend since Charles defeated Joe Louis|Ramadhin, because Sonny's| —~————— dethgies ipa ipse loath ied

team. last September to gain the New]prother Ramsamooj Ramadhin is
“They need no longer harbour | York State’s approval of his claim|among the 14 additional players
any doubts about their ability to] to the title.
Results Of



cope with the Australian attack.| Barone started working close
, batting as I have never] ‘with the opening bell, He pum-





sten him bat before, took control] melled Charles’ ribs but the ‘ T
the bowling so convincingiy | champion’s sharp-shooting left ? i
at it needed no use of the im-| had Barone’s nose red early, al- Yesterday 8 ening

gination to see him winning the] though he drew no blood,
game had he been given any real} Charles continued to keep his
support.” mid-section fully covered
the second round and his
moving left clipped Barone

MIXED DOUBLES
Mrs. C. Skinner and Mr.
from| J. H. C. Edgehill vs. Miss I
fast} Lenagan and Mr. G. H. Manning.
good] Unfinished,



y " several times. Mrs. R. S. Bancroft and Mr,
’ e ace The third round turned out to] P. MeG. Patterson beat Dr, and
be a give and take slugging| Mrs: Klevan: 6—0, 6—1.
match. Barone rallied at the] Mrs. M. Legge and Mr. C. A.

.| finish and started slipping Charles
at long range.

Barone had his best round in

: LONDON,
A scheduled “Rallye Alcoho- | the

Patterson beat Miss P. Wilson and
Mr. A. M. Wilson; 6—2, ’
Miss G. Benjamin and Mr. E.

fourth as he began mixing] A. Benjamin beat Miss P. King
que’ auto race to match|some long punches with his] and Mr. P, K, Roach; 2—6, 6—2,
ance’s famed “Rallye Gastron- | rugged in-fighting. But in the fifth | 6—4,

ue” has been called off in| Charles came out
tain because of police objec-| had Barone on

slugging and
wobbly leg

Mr, and Mrs, E. P. Taylor heat
A. A. Gibbons and Mr.

ons. they hammered away at iong]N. W. Wood: 6—0, 6—0.
_ Robin a racing| range. To-day’s Fixtures
enthusiast ing the British} Two sharp lefts and two equally LADIES’ DOUBLES
event, said that sixty cars had] sharp rights rocked Barone’s head Mrs. M, Legge and Miss D.
been entered in the contest) pack early in the eighth Austin vs, Miss M. King and
scheduled for December 1 to 3. ‘The knockout blow was a crush-| Mrs, EB, P. Taylor.
Richards explained: ing right after a series of rights Mrs, D, FE. Worme and Miss FE.
‘We expected a good deal of} and Jefts had the challenger Worme vs. Mrs. D, C. Klevan

eapnucning Se to be done, but only
a-day’s driving was over.
a a our answer to France’s

wobbling around the ring, Charles’

and Miss P,. Wilson.
flurry started after Barone had

MEN’S DOUBLES

backed him to the ropes with one Mr. T. A. Gittens and M
Bawls Gastronomique. Since] o¢ the bull-like rushes that he|C R ‘Tucker vs sand Mi
food is not up to French} jy aintained . 1a C. R. Tucker vs. Mr. D. Worme

until he feil to the
aoe we decided on alcohol] 405 Reuter.

instea
aces it was intimated to me
jally that the police did not
share our views about it.
“Now I’m thinking of planning
a tomate-juice rally.” —(I.N.S.)

and Mr. D. Atkinson.

Mr. W. H. I. Stephens ard
Mr. E. P. Eaves vs. Dr. C. G.
Manning and Mr. E. P. Taylor.

HIS OWN BULL

‘From Our Own Correspondent:
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 4
Ramdeen Singh of Princess
Town, Trinidad, received injuries
to his face, eye, abdomen and side
when he was severely gored by





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football team and its accom- Williams. the British heavy-

panying supporters at a Town Hall| weighi.

The Weather

reception . Recently Grippo put George
The team. will meet a French | Kaplan, Brooklyn heavy, aga nst TO-DAY
or to-morrow afternoon. oe in a London ring and Sun Rises: 6.03 a.m.
will aT ineet otal a re Mag deity tha Ovipgs. ts willing Sue 90s 5.38 am
a eee ae ete to donate $25,000 for Williams’ Moon (New) December 9

The team had two engagements
im Berlin that had to be cancelled
on account of the international
situation.—Reuter

Lighting: 6.00 p.m,
High water: 1.44 a.m, 1.37
p.m.
YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) Nil

services,

Grippo’s bid was made to Ted
Broadribb, manager of Williams
who is_ willing to accept the
offer if Williams wishes to change





BUY! CE FS camps. Total for month to yester-
NG HOR “Grippo told me that outside day: .66 in,

RA : 5 Ezzard Charles, Joey Maxim o1 Temperature (Max) 83.5°F

LONDON. Bob Baker, Williams could beat Temperature (Min,) 745° F

W. J. Gilmore, steel mill andjanybody in America,” said Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E
nipyard owner of San_ Mateo,} Broadribb. 3 pm. E.

‘ has arrived in England Williams will be in action at Wind Velocity 13 miles per

to racehorses. Harringay Stadium on December hour
can buy at least one] 12 against Joe Chesul or Big Bill Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.926

champion I shall be pleased,” he| Weinberg (both Americans) on
said, —(I.N.S.) the Turpin-Yarosz bill, —I.N.S

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BOXING

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1950 at 8.30 p.m.

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All other candidates should make application on the appropriate lorm which may be obtained from the iH'ujilmoiit of Education All applications must be enclosed in en.elopes maikevl "AppaM H f e nU Heard" in tlir top left hand corner .n.l must iearh the Department of Education by Saturday. *th [Hvember. 1950. .nber, 1950. |-...:.. l %  : |M regnler t itaire after lion. The iiicaiion a toted Ihl. noa paeaon ahali in th. oppflfition of uch rcgl. i Mh day of necambei. IfM H. WILUAMS. Hegiatrar of Trade Mark* IM HI ii SAUS AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER Friday. December at, ft Co'a Oarage. Prob'i H.P MorrU CM", Vauyhall Both mu I of op at my li Slh day of December, IM0 M WI1J.IAMS Uaarkygrar of Trade Mark. H1JSA—3n UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER LUMBER .111 aall on FRIDAY the Blh. al Kinch ft Co., LidWgnhouf* %  rairchild Slreet 4.SB0 feet White Pine Sal" IISW ocloch. Term. Caah BRANKFR, TROTMAN A CO. Au.ii 0.I3.M *i Ti\KE NOTICE CARNATION That Cat BM t FAIN COATS. 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M...I U'l' ~ THE THERAPEUTIC SUBSTANCES ACT. 1M9 The Director of MtfJI h<> is the Ijcensing Authority %  i Therapeutic SuiMtance* Act (which Act has now been proclaimed and KegulaUim made under It with efTect from the lit December) Is prepared to meet any of the Druggist and any medical agjgej and other interested member* of the public to guide them In the operation of the Act and Regulations at 2 00 p.m. on Thursday. "'Ii D* • UH Ofllag "f the Director nf Medical UM Wh.o r Vpaitinciil Ol M.ou.il SLIVI,,4th December, 1950 a. 12 502n SHIPPING NOTICES ZBALAND IJNB LIMITBO MA.M1 14IHII MS "TONOARIBO" I. ^he-l.ih-d U> Ml Adelaide 'muarv h. Melbourne laJWISfS lath. Brlabenc Januarv fth. Ivdney FMiru-i. Tlh Arriving at Trtiiclad Hrat KMf March. ISS1 Barbade* did March. ISM TBhl %  >el ha* an.pic .u-.e fi.i ll.ml rii'irn atHt Osnttal CkWBS Cargo ac.-eptad on Ihrough BtlU ol .ding with Uan.hipm.mi .1 Tltnldad ai lint.-i. Ouiena, Barbed"Wn-i rd and l*.rd Uland%  Be pattirulara u, Fl'BlfSMrl W1TIIV .-. I'l-MI-ANAuMrrri) Tun "lad ii *j i ft DA COWTA A .i I 1.1 Bartoedo-. II W I Agent. 1 Tha MV "Daerwood u 1 accept Cargo and Paaariifer* fm 1 M i i .eiit. St. Uiela. C.rena.1. Mi Aruba The IIV Canbhee" will accept Caigo and Paeaenajei. BM l>.iniln>.ii Antigua. Mimt.eir.t Hailing Friday Ihh B.WI SOBOOHIB OWMBBt ASSOCIATION lae r.i. MM. W McO€L SiaamAUp ftJ-,-.-. •. %  .v.',V.V,'.W...V.'AW.'.V,-.'AVA'.M'A*'<. A GIFT III T.kr Ihr iioniii.l tflHMiml rri|Uirrd It. buy a MM shin. (|) Pill hull n( II b-k in v..ur Pwkrl. (3) Ul.-ii Irfl will I.IIJ >.. % %  • Kl.l.l VM I SHIRT %  I urrf.^1 lil und (ii.it.i.u.'.-il qunlily. THE ROYAL VIOIII No. 2 IIL.1. Si reel THE SHIRT EMPORIUM OF HAKBAIKIS (V.V.V.V///, VeVAV -*-'.*' NOTICE Passengers who hold reservations on and after 1st. December, 1950, are kindly asked to contact our Office regarding times and days of departure of their flights. BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS LIMITED Lower Braid St. Phone. 4565 ,\ 2789. ,-. ..'i-.. .rgaiilled if Ihe SU •hoir tiada or builni Stock Yard-, Cllr IllinoU USA., hi % %  strati of Keg pdWBBBBj B ling ,f Maine. U __j addrggi %  Union f Chicago. Stale of ipplled for the i trane mark In Part connection with food. ai>d %  hw ill In tha ... notloa In duplicate to .-(Ik-<>t oppoaltton of auch regi*tr* i. Tha trade mark can ha ae illeallon at my office lateo Ihla Mh day of December H. WILLIAMS. liorsES %  DIAMOND VIU-17Tha. *r^m Chnet Chuich--rull.v Iu !" ,# r* %-gtm' F0^' O r^ri.iuU r dwi Tt T.-IW-ln ,-v.M I'MMIIJl M VT M 11KIAH Bo,!,. Bt Michael. Dil A "•* %  p.i.m.ler S.llW-i.lr. winHELP A CIXKK for our Ta mr-nt. anme h~>lS%  Mulred Applj: P C. lormg Ertabli.h ol rtlaamanahlp Miiflel ft Co.. 11 *> 1" JUKIOB OftWe Aa.1 -%  in wr'.tlii| enelodni to II. A Dowdlng. : i j i. .-.|ile. rag perari ilv Apple ,.( releren*i. *"ja-r MISCELLANUS iTrtlr lh.n !" ~2S ...a | u HUM—lln B CaO iZ TAKE NOTICE ALKA-SELTZER Thai Mil.Laboratories. Inc 1 poraUon organlied and egi.Ung ubdef Ihe Uwi ot the Stale of Indiana. USA. whOM trad* or bualnea. addrea. la dry Of flkhart. State ot Indiana, VIA, haa applied fur the leglalratlon ol a trade ....iK In Part "A" of Begutei lion with nucleated prepaiallona in t.l.let form for human uac in making .e1t/.er water for tha purpoea of treating acidily. and will be entitled tier one m *mbei IBM M.n -hall In the meantime glee notice in duplicate to rng at my office ol oppoaltlon Of uch regl-traUon. The trade mark can bo roan on application at my Dated this Mh day of December. 1M0 FT WILLIAMS. Bcautrar ol Trade .Marta TAKE NOTICE GROLSCII That Naamlosa Vennootachap BaMiatL wcru -Da Klok" *a limited liabllitj rompany orSarvUed and exlallng undei the law. of lha Kingdom of the NetherL.T-1.1 whoaa trada or bu.ine-. JBIIB| ,. U,-. U w...ii*t...t M. %  %  %  Ijfet trading a. Main.faciurara and Merchs haapplied for the registration o trade mark In Part "A" of Regi.iei iMimectian with Bear, and will be tilled lo regtrler tho same altar one month from tha Mh day of December IBM uftkraa aoma person shall in the ......um. iiv. nolle* in duplicate to me .f opposition ot such r*gltrtiion The trade mark can be M*n on application at my office. Begiatrgr of Tiade Mar". CHARLES McENEARNEY & CO. LTD. I iiiiiinmiiiniii tiiiii~****************************"*****T***^



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PAC.r FOtTl RARRADOS ADVOCATE Tlll'KsnW I>l< IMBFR T. USD ; : %  i ; : I -• I g %  k %  I £ | I 5v S %  BARBADOS AfcVOWTE I kf Ik* • %  ••*>. C*.. US N4 Ol_ MrtJimn Thutvda>. l>r,.Mi!, r 7. 1950 SI < ON I; | II \ Mill It TI1KEE years ago the House of Assembly with a predominance uf labour members passed an address to the Secretary of Slate asking for the curtailment of the powers of the Legislative Council. The then Governor. Sir Hilary Blood in a covering despatch analysed the arguments put forward by the House and those tn reply by the Council. Lord Listowel. Minister of State, in another despatch in which he expressed his "reluctance in pressing any view on the legislature' of Barbados upon a constitutional matter" made it clear that "the Legislative Council should be retained in Barbados as an effective part of the Legislature but that its functions should come to be regarded in future as those of revision and delay in respect of legislation passed by the House of Assembly." On Tuesday the Council discussed the despatches and the report of a Committee appointed to consider the powers of the Council. In the address which was eventually passed the Council admitted that the elected body should have the ultimate say in the enactment of important legislation, but thai that legislation if once rejected should be discussed at a general election before being brought back to the Council. Lord Listowel in his despatch suggested that "the life of the House should be three years, (subject to the power of dissolution at any time) and that a bill passed twice by the House of Assembly in successive sessions and rejected by the Legislative Council would be submitted to the Governor for assent, subject to a minimum period of one year between the second reading in the tirst session and the date on which the Bill is passed by the Assembly in the second session." He points out that this legislation should be passed after the extension of the session to three years. There will be few to disagree with these arguments based as they are on constitutional theory but it is the practical working of these suggestions which must be examined before they are accepted. The sumo constitutional theory however adds that the law and practices of Parliament do not apply to Colonial legislatures as they do to the Parliament of Great Britain. In Barbados the application of the rules and practices which govern the relationship between the House of Commons and the House of Lords would lead to government by bureaucracy. The four members of the House of Assembly who are members of the Executive Committee are taken to be wholly representative of the views of the House. The Governor in a speech at the opening of the Legislative Session made it clear that he was prepared to accept the advice of those four members whenever they were in agreement. That then would be the view which would be carried to the Legislature and on which legislation would be based Even the most ardent of the Barbados Labour Party from which the members of the present Government have been drawn will admit that the conduct of the affairs of government leaves much to be desired and it might be added, that were it not for the co-operation of the Legislative Council this island would have lost the benefit which accrues from revision a ry legislation. Never was there a lime in the history of Barbados when the services of a second chamber were so sorely needed. The Council is needed not merely as a revisory body but as a brake on hasty and ill-advised legislation. During the last three years that body has rewritten or amended many of the bills passed by the House of Assembly, and the instances in which there was any disagreement with the amendments were few. It was because the members of the Council, free from the vote consciousness of the elected politicians, could view dispassiuilately the subject matter of legislation. One criticism which might be made affects the selection of members of the Council. The days of life membership are past; but there is still the possibility that a Governor without a thorough knowledge of the individuals eligible for selection might, as in the past, make unsuitable nominations and thereby weaken the effectiveness of the Council. There can be no question of abolishing the Council and it would be no less a constitutional tragedy of the tirst magnitude if the Secretary of State could be convinced that its powers should be unwisely curtailed. Its services are not only needed but needed without crippling handicaps. Tell Mm IrrKrr. U.WX. His Onn Mori Of I IMS III.III. t M|iliil* 81 DAYS-OF VODKA AND CHESS HOME AGAIS i Ct.urrhflelda-road. Beekenhan,, are 3$-uear—id fit./i.t lieutenant John WUHam !>''< %  fftOT *; days lit a Russian , take them to Beckenham. And those 81 •la n? Here if the Iffflhr lieutenant i own account f them .... M mlil to .l OIU.I JOYCE : hi re || one Russian word that I never want D *ee attain The word Is . . -pronounced diploma-teachers-coy. . : it meaiu. "diplomatic." I'or more than 11 week* that was the only -on the Kwwians ever gave for holding me i hostage. At times the word haunted m When I tried i iulz inj guards there was silence in the room I -y would talk among themselves m Russian an<< n one would hand me a alas* of vodka. here ** one fellow—I nicknamed him "the Aly bear' who would Slap me on the back that was his waj of challenging me to a game hen. His way of telling me to be more tactful .1 to ask questions At the end of the game. e vodka. >.ighy-one days of chess and vodka, and It was until I waa handed over to the British in in last Friday that I was told I had been, iplomatic pawn. %'o IL.d.o. \o >espapers had no idea Uiat I had crashed in the Russian —nut until Russian Infantrymen scrambled out l ihe back of a truck and surrounded me. I was taken lo l-udwlglust and quartered with x Russian officers in a large house. The radio U taken sway. No newspapers were allowed 1 or four days I was under suspicion. An in>rrter kept close on my heels everywhere 1 I Me walked from room to room with DM. had my meals with the orftcers. The food good but 1 managed to persuade them that Englishman could not eat black bread. From n ii on there was always white bread on the They interrogated me—asking me many quesi* about why 1 crashed on their territory—it s done pleasantly, but they seemed to doubl (iradually they softened up. . ic so-called interpreter was remore vodka, placed by a woman. Then the me brandy i levs board was given to me The house only twiri I'ussions taught me to play. Th" dp r guard. . \ idka flowed when 1 won hairdressers There v _, __ portunity to speak to Vodka A stain%  %  _-„ %  la For we*** I paced that room %  % %  %  %  II . I began to think In terms On September 20 the Ru-lonf *£ %  ft, '^UCT ""^ S~ =M !" H£ their vodko. t hated ft, ^ "" th* • ht uluto ar tht Beckett*frf".'i parenft. Ths two *> foda .i euitfior at ittnchftlarnvton near iiroiid. la Gloticc tfmfltre. rurtead they gave I waited for three hours and went outside th.they told me Joy waa waiting In unBerlin—they must have known %  lir was there a week before. ach time h lime to the t> no opnyone. Thai was Friday. It was not until midnight that I got over UM line ami British oHlcent told how the Russians had tried to barter tenant. I RUM for n Soviet lieum glad the Foreign N-o' have nothing to I to be there But the car slopped in Potsdam. . .another Russian headquarters. . .This time I was innnned to one room. I could walk in ine garden only under escort. More guards and no one who spoke English. Why had 1 been moved? They _. just shrugged their shoulders and instructions from Berlin that Ignored me More chess but no was to i>e freed Th show for keeping me all these Mka. I had no military secrets to otler. And the only souvenir I brought back was purple woolThe weeks or boredom were le underwear. broken only once mtoro. when Now Jo y aru l *"" c returning Ihe commandant handed me a ,n our cottage in Minchinhampletter from Joy I read It manr "*"• •*" lnt <-'y Russian "holiday." V 0 KerrrlM Nineteen-Year old Sapper J. W. !" Bennett—the second hostage held The commandant woke me up by the Russians — returned to -*ie evening to say_ he had got England. n> 1 — (World Copyright R —I..E S lit van: TinBull In Tin China Shop Poor Mr Nye fievan .. trouble again You can't help feeling sorry for him. All he wants to do is lo convince simpletons like us that he alune of all the medicine men in the market place has the pin lo put us right. But when the Welsh rapture in ...in wells up his tongue takes off like one of Mr. Beard's flying saucer* that has got out or ngrol And down mines th _..arlie Chaplin of Tredegar and CUwdcn-plafcc, S.W.I, into hi* primeval clement. Now most of Mi Sevan's sideslips are more amusing than worrying In a way they do a |nwer of good. There will atways be nitwits -w applaud them, but to moro level-headed cMutaa they are merely recurrent n-mimlei-, of Mi. Revah's Incapacity for the respon-ihilnv of leadership. Needs of Distrust But this latest one is much more serious Here we have Mr. Bevan apparently hell-bent on rupturing relations l>etween Britain and the United Slates Ai this time the world hangs on a most delicate balance between peace and war. That bal..!.. i can only he maintained by the closest trust and unity of uadsjgssaadlng batwat n the United Stales and ourselves. The lives of mil Jonof men and women literally depend upon the coi.timiaiiee ol Uiat inteikinUin*: 11 may be the only way to save i ivilisatiou Yet the crass Mr. Bevan Is now trying to sow seeds of distrust of Britain in America. Not openly H> John Gordon in the Cabinet, or publicly or the platform, but by handing a bomb to Journalis's in private so that they may explode it without him being identified as the nan who put ihe explosives In it And it seems that Mr. Altlee thinks Mr Bevan is loo powerful 10 be kicked out 1 would suggest. With all rcs|>ecl. thai Mr Altlee takes the wrong view. All he need do to prtrk iha Baron bubble Is to set forth publicly the story of Mr Bcvan's incnmpetcn<-<< in ohVc No Wizard Here The trouble with politician kl Ihnt for the most pan thflra rtM to power ami DTomlncnc* on clouds <* nralorical gas The real testing lime comes later, when power ii in their hands And unfortunately only a tow measure up to the test. Mr. Bevan likes to be Hatleringly regard.-! us the l.h.vd George of his generation. But thenIt one tremendous diffcre;.ee between the Welsh wizard and the Welsh blizzard. Lloyd George, in his rising days, made speeches as sulphuric as Bevan's But once he attained office he proven hnnself to lie one of the greatest administrators in British political ItfOtorj Five yeais .igi h.ning blown himself Cabinet high by gas. Bevan was put lo the test. T?io heavy responsibility of giving ihe homeless houses was hud upon him. What are the truits o( his labour? Misery th.it would snaM angels wMg With hi III )i M u given the high honoui of initiating the Health Ser\ ice Mow fared under his wisdom. A service which i >ukt and should hi been Ihe pride o( the utloa I the envy of the world is by fantastic incompetence in administration now creaking to collapse. No wonder he hates newspapers which keep the public informed on these facts. A New DesHinv ? Mr. Bevan told us blithely at lection time that he had finished with houses and health He wa n.ay. we gathered, lo move lot new pastures, and leave abler men tu clean up the mess At that time it was hinled thnt he tuuj his eye on out Colon Empire He rather fancied hii ill as |1M II odgffn Mogul Fortunately the Colonial bnpira was spared this disaster. tainly has troubles enough without adding Mr. Bevan to the Now. apparently. Mi Bevan sees %  nan destiny opening for h! ..s the isseond man fn our hMory tft rupfttro AM link bttw—n America and Britain tha Otorf 1 111 of our generali<41. Faihire in health and housing i liad enough in the suffurinfa it Inflicts up. i the cltlians. But lull loose in the .lima shop ol foreign %  ffain at this critical itm COUld spread death and disnsti not only ;n-*s Britain but ocroa* the world Mr Attl,. ihtMdd pluCM up his couraga, lot ihe IntoraM O OUBlry weigh] for once against "•"'"OH • JIU | p,,) Mr Be\an the politic. \ retngcrator.— II H "YOU A/N'T HEARD NOTHIN" Hy Marlvn >ljii-sh HOLLYWOOD. "Beulah. peel me a K ra P e "—t"*" "drop . ai, Incidentally, you might "cigarette me, toad "if you want me, just whistle." You ain't heard nothin', yet"—and "that's for sure, that's for dang sure." No. this is not double talk, but it does sound familiar, doesn't it? Well, it should be—you probably sound off with at least two ol those expressions per day. What you probably do not realize is that you're taking the words right out of some star's mouth. "Bartlett's Quotations'' is having a rough time revising fast enough to keep up with the latest smart talk being megaphoned in Hollywood. This screwy gibberish is defined by brother Webster with a $10 word—neology This, lo quote the word man. is "a word, usage or expression, the use of a new word oi of an old word in a new or different sense." So you now know. "Baby" Bacall slanted a sloe eye in "To have and Have Not" and breathed the famous "if you want me, just whistle—just pucker up and blow." Bogie did. This small saying got her fame, fortune—and Bogie. Many stars have become famous for such ctchphrases which they soon tind echoed throughout hero-worshipping America. One ol the greatest with the witty words is Gertrude Berg, whose missayings as Molly Goldberg flick off many tongues. Molly's "enter, whoever" is currently doing the rounds. The Beulah grape business was undulated by none other than the sex siren herself, Mae West, who also made "c'mp 'n see me some time, big boy" famous. Victor McLaughlin coined the rough "sez vou, sez me" in "The Cockeyed World" and Charles Boyer murmured "come to the Casbah" If your memory is good, you might remember Ginger Rogers asking her love to "cigarette me. big boy" in "Young Man of Manhattan." And if your sweetie calls you "my little chicadee," he is just copying the late W. C. Fields who crooned those three little words to the walloping Mae West. %  Joe Penner became synonymous with "Wanna buy a duck?" While Bugs Bunny screeched "what's up. Doc?" Both of these have become a part of "Americanese." our lingo that sends British noses flying high Irom their tea cups. More recently the drawled expression thanks, thanks a lot, but no thanks" was considered the only way to refuse anything Ihis is a direct steal from luscious Doris Dowling who spouted in "The Lost Weekend." Jerome Courtland's"that's for sure, that's for dang sure" came from "Battlecround." While "I want to be alone" never was in a picture, the phrase has become associated with the solitary Garbo. The not -so-so! itary I Judy Holliday spurted "drop dead" in "Born v esterday" and immediately everyone was being requested to "drop dead." The list is endless—Ted Lewis' "Is everybody happy?" Rudy Vallee's "HI-HO Everybody," Texas Guinan's "Hello, Sucker," Kddie Cantor's "Making Whoopee" — all have found their ways into America's speech. —LN.S. D. V. SCOTT .fO-DAY'S SPECIALS & CO, LTD at TilK COLONNADK L'hiaJJy NOW Tins BACHELOR HUD llii. OVALTINt (Large) H.ul.-. M. I HAN'S BLKIt USEFUL GiFTS thai will hr tjftmUUt till Ihe \-rar round U IIMISUW VKI SAUCEPANS, COCKTAIL SHAKERS, JELLY MOULDS, FRY PANS. PRESSURE COOKERS, FRENCH FRIERS, POTATO RICERSi %  IN Vl CAKE TRAYS, ICING SETS &• TUBES, ICING STANDS &• BOOKS, CAKE PANS. K1TCHENWARE %  \KIIIIS VHI MIXING BOWLS, TEA SETS, DISHES UlMntHI FIREPROOF AND TABLEWARE. WILKINSON A HAYNES CO, LTD, Successor! To C.S. PITCHER & CO. PHONES 4472 and 4687 Oi llfadrrk Suj: To Th* Editor, The Advocate— SIR.—As one of the co-sufTcrrr* ilnng wilh your corresrfundeii'Mlss Leach, of November 23. il is gratifying to see that at long lust %  OOMOM has voiced thi> feelings [ UMM unfortunates who must travel by bus routes 13 and 14 and 1 wish to endorse all she has said uf well us to mention further trials which wa have to undergo Having waited some time in the 1 %  m distressing it is, with woa't paUaoca •Ur*a> asbjiuatad. io be told when u Top flock bu, orrives that it is going: to Belleville After being suhiceted to alt th confusion arising bom tininiquitous scheme meiitii'iail in leaving people to guess which is the in-st eouna %  .f actsn to catch a bus. it is still not plain sailing One ..I nves at the Royal Cinema, Worthing, there to wait (if pOU %  n lucky I fur ont bus but under i. nvi it Innovation, more likely two buses which following up I later trani % %  m be oc-.tmmouatei, U not jron have been kept waiUng for nothing. This is the flaal straw! ^BBBSB If buses are only run to inter. mediate point*, then they should be so marked in order that Inter%  iKxtiutr passengers may select them, leaving the full distance busea for the appropriate passengers. The present nut-of-date Upe of .ifta DM rush hours when quOUM iould lie formed so that "first coma tirst a the order ami not according to each individual's powers of pushfulness or "baixaln sale" tactics. NELI. K0CHI1.I. %  MinUetoc". St. Lawrence. Nor. 2. liSO. LAST A LIFETIME I A ROGERS UPRIGHT PIANO Another shipment just arrived. DA COSTA & CO. LTD. r %n W mn9t a fnnwtnynn99nn99mW9kn9 % nf9n%> MEN'S aSirtn. SUITS. Here are Suita from England's most respected Tailoring Houses t Made from the finest fabrics and presented in a range of Qualities and Colours, that is certain to include your favouritea. Stop in to-day at ... DA COSTA & CO. LTD. MAKE YOUR OWN SLAVE LONDON. Sir Ben Lnckspeiser, Secretary of Britain 1 Department of Scientilic and Industrial Research, predicted that in the future sosttt would find millions and millions of "readymade slaves" in the micro-organisms. Sir Ben told a lunch of the Anglo-Swedish Society that if the human race is looking round for slaves, "there they are, with no trade unions to control their working hours and with no morals, principles or social feelings. "In 50 years' time we may be using microorganisms to make things not made by us today." The noted British scientist said the world used micro-or^aruams to some extent today, j but had to put a lot of chemical engineer-1 ing into it. He added: "I don't doubt we shall always have to! destroy some of them, but some are obviously extremely valuable." Sir Ben quoted as an example research into the corrosion of iron pipes. It was found in the laboratory that micro-organisms changed sulphate into sulphide. Then a team of scientists discovered in a lake In Africa the same micro-orKanism in "partnarship H with another micro-oruanisni which converted, sulphide to sulphur. "We cannot make sulp'mr ourselves by smy known process." he said. *• -INS, DRY GOODS DEPT. i^*.ov-io **"'''**'*'*-^*"'**''''**''**"-V>V^ hsmgeene—uu a pu. •' JH.lv—QU. & \'\ %  try Sock Sherr* icoteh Whiskey Ire Whiskey .da Rrsia Rum Vlell* Care Crows) Drinks & Sorrel MEAT DEPT. Turkeys, Mdk !. M l rfckkoaa. Dura*. RakaUa. Liver. Kidneys. Sweet bread*, fsraln. Ox rniOx Tolls. Oat Tsesrue*. Turtle. Fresh rrslt. Frr^h VeseUbles. Butler n Cooking Bolter Cheese In Tioa Prunes Tomato Soup —2 sites. .. %  %  ii 'M'SOUP Celery Soup Vegetable Soup Boron Eating Applrs Salt Beef Oulch C.uuda Cheev I il un Cheese Boxr* of Choeolates Tins .ii iwoafj Manhmellou* Toboeeo— 2 M, X I m. (irorettea.''ft *0' VISIT GODDARDS TO-DAY



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THtftSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1*5* BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE DRAUGHT BEER AND DANCING Herald 100th Exhibition THE HUNDREDTH Annual Agricultural and 1 Industrial Exhibition opened at Queen's Park at noon yesterday Fine weather succeeded days of rain and provided a perfect setting for the opening day His Excellency and Mrs Savage attended about 9 30 in the morning bafan the show opened ofnctallv and had a preview of the exhibits while the Judge? went iheir rounds. For the ilrsi time in Barbados, the public were able to get draught beer from a stand run by the newly erected Barbados Brewery. One of the most delightful features of the exhibition was the Dog Show. This has been discontinued because of the fear of distemper but there is no fear now and largely through the efforts of Mr. John Goddard, West Indies Cricket captain and Mr. Ian Gale, who were nobly supported by a number of dog owners, no fewer than thirty dogs were on show. Some line eattie were exhibited in spite of the short supply of feed and the stock from the Pine Livestock station were in excellent condition, reflecting considerable credit on this institution. The number of sheep were fewer but of a better quality than last year, and while (he number of goats exhibited were almost the same the quality was better The field vegetables, as wu to be expected after the heavy rains, were not plentiful but those exhibited were also of a high standard. A popular part of the exhibition was the furniture section. This attracted a greater number of entries and the designs show considerable individuality and originality. The Police Band gave a musical display in the afternoon Agriculture It was appropriate that at the Hundredth Anniversary of the Exhibition that the agricultural products should have reached so high a standard. Canes for that matter, had become synonymous with Barbadian agriculture. They ware of .1 better quality than hail been seen for many years. There were 70 clumps of 21 bundles of canes and among thes.-* clumps was one stool with 15H tanes brought from Ml. Wilton Plantation which registered a lalnfall of over 100 inches for the year. Among the bundles of cone were some 16 feet long with knodes 10 inches long and the-" gave an indication of what the <.rop will bafor Iffll. The competition among the peasants was not as keen a* usual. There ware only two peasant exhibitorand JYoung from Black Rock won practically all the prizes in the pea iUH section. Vegetable* The garden vegetable section was bound to be good. There ul •ecn heavy wins but not sui'irient to spoil the crop. It was regrettable that exhibit of beets and celery were expose J to the sun and the visitor wn> came late to the show was then at a disadvantage. Cucumbers, eschalots, sirlngless beans and ihe homely bonavis: were all of a high standard ihe finest collections of chrlatophenes and eggplants saen for many a year were exhibited Srdiston Training Cotlf ned off First Prue witn a nn.collcction of eggplunt Ground provisions wan I I % % %  lent in quality bur this was to be expected in view of the excellent rainfall which this island has been enjoying. In the Cake Icing section Viola Degafon of Pinfold Street carried off First and Second Prizes. The first pnae was lor n lovely design of a hat with flowThere were olro many oth>'i attractive designs in this section. One was of a cottage with tennis courts, gardens and yard aaUrounding it but this did not KT* a prize The honey In frames and bottle*. Jams and marmalades, butter, bread and cakes were all oi a high standard. There was a good collection oi cut flowers. Flr*t Prize for the collection of the largest variety want to Mrs B. Conduit of Pine Hill Cattle Exhibits in this section were excellent despite difficulties in feeding. Animal? from the Government Live Stock Station wernot for competition, but were of good quality, and had they been competition, the otoek buil from the Pine would probably have taken the prize lor being the bast animal on show. Mr. J W. Smith and Mr C W Springer also produced two bulls of excellent quality. Cattle in the Holstein Section were perhaps slightly better than formerly, as the same attention hag not been paid to the bre*i• ing of Guernseys, and the Je Agrtcultui.. Bo i' awarded tw<> prires for the most attractlv 1 advert %  nig petal i i on I%  .'i%  % %  %  %  ram to Manning; %  tinr. %  H-.th Tot which H M I I ivupoimible. about u dozen kldfM had then V/orh cut out tfl recummended a special prize of $5.00 la inBarbados Foumln Prize Lk| SWINE (LASS I. i and under 1 VHII-O. A ana undo rest %  >• I i and under %  pstf i' and HIM. %  I I LASS I %  r 1 monthand MattW f or Sow. S tnonlhi and \U.-i n li ALWAYS SOMETHING EXTRA IN J&R BREAD AND CAKES — EXTRA QUALITY EXTRA STRENGTHENING &f EAT JAR BREAD DAILY ALWAYS OVEN-FRESH COATS AND SIIEKP i %  .<,\TN CiKADKD noes MKatul. It Tain Dan II Ii Nibkfck. tl'ud-o RurM ul an> Rraol | I Hill. M Taill in i I BAANBN r>n. I l''U IILI. %  m>*s i. i . -JM I> HID Is M Toasrnliuis TVs* Irt TSTM. 1.1 i Pi inp 'I K Alpin. Til*, III PttU ToSibuis Tvpr %  < i ^-~ i vin i r ,. %  %  %  > %  %  .,r^ll .I..-.IM1 . %  ,.i Hmilliv I OtrAMtl > %  • St. %  • I • t.i be**M Tw Kln, MW. Hkn Kli.s. Sl.o M, HllHl K I _*• MIBI it-rnM. %  t. -i .%  %  Sda*i t-h-ik >.i i t.r II I ".i. ....... MOI sue %  |>P i • r I t i-e*t. at OrmntMi i r-i "an Jaia SUM KotHo'i lavsna |„. UaiUI KEEP FIT tl\ BOVRIL Don't get %  M'rvous abtiut IM II I:\ZA Harpie tor It's as easy as ABC to keep the lavatory spotless. Just sprinkle some 'Ilatpic' into the howl and leave overnight then Hush 'HarpicV cleans* inp action uVmLvis anj ^""uVpsf the S-bcnd where DO brush can rcavh HARPIC %  HO „ THE SPECIAL LAVATORY CLEANSER ki i >tw" s a ,i -i, ii..i, 1 (i A Mar-In." i l~ IX pilH) SB-Mi lAT l 111 V II W^l.n RAM. AO.V no Ircll. |.| \„., r M %  • • % %  j irrF. 1.1 pnn ACKICT I.TURK KlfiAK CANE I I.I Mloi i'l wr TANKS i a m t 11*1137 r % %  II II pami I use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP Don't lei weariness mat;e vour J.iv Mi m tODg \ VX'jsh n-|(uUilv with I.ik-ltu*i> ToisH Soap UnJ j-ou'll led Iresh anJ Irec ol wt.iin .. Its deep-tk-aitoing lather keeps you freshet so much longer. So krr|> a tahlet of I.ifchnuy hantiy — for Jay-long Ircshncvtl TOR PERSON II. FRESHNESS ALWAYS WfflMMANW PIIESEi\TS ITS NEW mo BRITISH INDUSTRIES FAIR LONDON 30 APRIL-11 MAY BIRMINGHAM Iti'ii'malii-and • C umftrulln „hi %  i WORLD'S MOST COPIED TRACTOR Jjj*j3 ...ymllhm ONLY on* that givit you AU th* nvolutionary FERGUSON.SYSTEM njatSRM Will be Shown al the Industrial Exhibition on Wednesday and Thursday December, 6th S 7th. COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LTD. White Park Rd =— Dial 4616 QUAKER OATS. f/gfc^OMlliod and Your Biggest Bargain! fNEPOV IRCAKPASTI Boll 2 tup* of enter, a Vbtn boiBsubssM 11 upofQaakai 0M I >sfe k, M.rr.nK. for IV. %  .. %  hsi'a all. DffKIOUS QHAKIK 04TS GIVtS YOU: MUtf atlNiaaUS I.' "<••• Ua< ** -M4 Mf0f MOTIINS Isr r aw* ^M-VUi-•-a..l. aaaa/ CAaaoHvoaaiis ••> ••••n —* %  % % %  agaa/ VITAMINS I, ** %  I, ••<• f*^ <*•• • aaaV*—'_ Nyr bfor hoi Wot*rmon\ otrarad iuch a aiue ot tSe new TRIO' ll feutorai th r.w Bollpoinlai. curefwlly devaleped ot'". yaQfl ol rs^eorth TK tsnMilajnal ilreomlmad Toparits pan wilti iti 14 Kt. hand-ground pom. And a mechonicol pncil that matchei both pm irt oil Ihcr beauty. Each reflect-, Walerman'. abil.ty to combine modern it/le wM e>ceplional qual.ly. See the TRIO —in a cho.ee of four cok>n —each hormoniiing with fh gold-colored cop and its modern deiign. Walerman's T OIDMM GKANT LID ^



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 150 Cahib galtiwf ARRIVALS by the Colombia" and friend* cxr,ii.ga greeting* on Hie step* of the Baggage Waiehouu. Ra-ily ret-ognlaad are Ulaa Mirg.urt Kyvh and hr viatar Joan who retiirnod yesterday from a holiday In England H IS EXCELLENCY a*** III* Uw ludu"irial aftW*lHtt"ti >"lprdy al Queen's Park. Trinidad Exhibits E XHiniTKli .. il-rday if Uw Industrial Exhibition In Qut-an** Ptrk ftlOBI with local <*hibits was a ronsigi.ment of flowers from the Trimd;... mid Tobago Horticultural Club The,., flower* star*, .HI aapniMd from Trinidad via B.W.I A on Tuesday al the invitation of ihe Bar hi-dos Orchid Cfcrel*. All sorta of orchids of new and choice TO %  oatrlbutcd by Dr. Horace Gillette. Mr G A Duruty. Mr l( A Farfan. Mr R Palmar, Mr. G. C Mayors and Mr Cliff Bailey of Trinidad 8oma BIM bunehsj of Una Blao arrived, sent by Mia* Jonn HugNins. Attended Tourist Talki H ON V C GALE. all.P. relui md from Puerto Rico 1 'm.. .1 .-tcrday by B.W.I.A. In Puarto Kico. he nlu-nded the second annual general f the Caribbaan btarlm Toni-tarn Committee, He was lotiad by UW Barbados '. 'ii to nttend Ihe meeting as an observer Unique Costumes! S OME of the ladies' "costume*' ii the Exhihnion yesterday were nothing short of uniciui Good example wn* a little airl ii. a pink georgette dress. She was about five or six years of age The full skirt of her dress was down to her ankles. She STOfl I blue velvet belt and little bows • f blue ribbon were dotted around the skirt, Pink hat. pink bag and bin. '.In-"rumpleti-d -hiin i-mhle Anuther youngster who seemed to be an intranet pusnenxer on ihe Colombia was there with his parentThe poor little fell" u was dressed in a whlta sblri bracekept up his pan!which .iiouiid hai nla This legs were three quarters, raaobblg down to his calves. He wasnt ihe least embarrassed by his "get up Any Barbadian boy of his age I'm sure would have 'died' rather Ifta**! make a public appearance dressed BB he was. especially on an "Exhibition Day" at that "Get Me Down!" Nl little fellow at the Exnibitlon yesterday watched the Chartered Accountant ARRIVING from Glasgo*. t\ BcoUai BVIA ere M M. .•. man Duthk rlara f"i ins* r.\: at DM H %  Mr. DuU i %  . Manij Judd OordOB Accountant! la oil Althougtj Iht %  %  A IXC, MuJ. DcnniVaughnn. whom t hi-v knew in Scotland Mr. Duthie is the CbancaUcn Assessor on the Court of Glas %  aw I'liiversity Old Harrisonian M B DICK REECE of B WttO H now working with th Kuwait Oil Co in th. i of the Inatlttri %  f I'eiroleum An Old Ran i r member of the Y M P I Dick was a keen footballer and Water Pole player when he used ho live here. Intransit 1 NTRANSIT passengers to Trinidad by the Colombie yesterdLy were Mr Phillip Lutlimer. Phil was married in England recently and Will he arriving in Trinidad In good tlmo to ride in the Trinidad Turf Club's Christmas meeting. Former Tennis Champion Housewives' %  fl-aa *# %  "AtH %  -. .1 I-MI'IC|.1. [r Hi. .u.l..in, *"<(lr.. Orange* fir. each. Other ufjiia-r* 4 and .". IP.-II. each r.raprfruit Is and ft each. BBC Radio Programmes mi aa*Mi mi iNM> a m Th* M. MR. AND MBS TOM PATON arrivad from England yesterday by ll;c Colombie They arc ploSair-d bi*re at the Baggage Warelion-r Back From England* Holidaying With Parents A Mint Mr ii • Welchei %  -leld.i Pilgrim F-m*-*^i daughtaf to l-ii. Mi Sin() pson of Savannah Club and il is expert ml will cootlnua playing I that she has returned She brought down with her a Hull Mastiff for Mr G L ll.nford of "Norwood" St James. Mr Harford. who is a greid i tells me that he already has the niato which also came down froni England recently ..r,,i hi (needing them. The dog wiiicli arrived yesterday is only ten months old. Its paws git is a young lion's, or so It seemed to Carib HON V. C OAI.E. ML.C. back from tourist talks in Puerto Rico. Merrv-Go-l.ound for a leng before making up his mind bo go on it As it was slowing down altar %  run, Carib beard bin tall his mother, "Mummy I can go on It and not hold on with either hand." Ticket bought he was lifted on by one of the foremen in coargQ When he got onto the horse and looked down hewever, he changed his mind—"Mummy I wnnt to pet down" he cued Email., i. brother went on the same horse with him and he enjoyed Ihe tide For Jamaica: Trip M R CLIFTON ROHLRTS ol UN Roberts Manufacturing Company was among tin p Cm Who left y.Mnil i\ h tin CWfMlMa making the round trip to Jamaica and return Round-Trip A MONG the passengers who left yesterday by the Colombie • ii .< round trip to Jamaica and letum were: Mr. and Mri. Brig-it Collins. Mr Milton Seale. Mr and Mrs. Laurence Simpson. Mr. Tom Herbert. Mr Miles Cecil.* Mr. and Mrs. C A. Coppin, Mr Pardval Btawart Mr. 'J, E. T Hrancker, II.C P and Mr and Mrs. Boon. The Colotnbie arrived In Tnnidnd this nornlni and will -ail from there to i.a Gualra, Curacao. Caiiagsna and Jamaica returning vi.i Curacao, lat Gualra. %  • %  • 1 Bui l'ii. < Hie entire trip takes Ian or eleven da) M R. and MRS TOM PATON arrived from England vi ttrday by the Coloiiibie. Regular visitors to Barbados, they ire down for the w Here For The Winter KMK and Mrs. G A Ji bsSOn J-* of New York arrive,! from England yesterday by thi CoJom..< %  nd plan to spend the Winter in Bnrbadi* jtaying at the Marine Hotel. Th" Johnsons left New York nth. months ago and have been I uring England and Europe PBM met at the Baga KI Warehouse by thL-lr good friend i < lombia Clbson Short Trip *H DENNIS WORME returned %  * from a short trip to St Lucia .o>d Grenada yetterdav moriuii %  bj B.W.I A He is a representative > i Messrs T Sydney Kinch Ltcf. Two Sisters M ISS JOAN KYSH. Sccretar. of the Barbados Publicity ( Minmiltee and her sister Mb* Margaret Kysh who u in charge Ihe Abstract of Cable and v. -.,e^. (W.I.) Ltd returned n I l uland yesterday l> the 1 ' after spending Just %  nrra months' holiday in the M RS WALTER IAMB, the former 'Poogie" HoWllL daughter of Mr. and Mrs N B Ifowell of "Glen Rrsa" Strnthclyde. accompanied by her son David arrived from England yesterday by the Colombie to %  spend four months' holiday in Barbados with her parents Her husband who was A.DC. to Sir Mark Young when he was • %  %  . a Wing Commander in the* It.A.F in Germany. For Two Weeks A RRIVING yesterday morning by the Daeru'ood from St "ia was Mr Marcus Wilson, buperintendent of the "Government Printing Office in that colony. He is here for two week-' holiday and is staying jit Indramrr Guest House. Worthing Returns Home M R CECIL CUNCHA. a civil •i rvant altaehe.1 to the Pi si Office Telecommunications of British Guiana, left on the S.S. OalotnMe for Trinidad en route to Britain six weeks vacation in the island. While in the Island Mr. Cunctll I ving at Mr. and Mrs. Goring of St Jnmes S.p..l 1 1 > CdllorUilB. s ID am Proaia in Tha Cjlhnl-.il Or* LlilHirr* Choir*. Ill pi" l*r-n(riii Patada. i W p m Plpaa Ami Dru 1 a p m Matchaia H.vy Nr-.l^ • p m Auxraaa V England. • SO p In-Hludr. ID pn ~ T p m Th* Nrt. Ill pm Nrai I 15 f n. W Srr Britain %  i %  t r. Canarall) Sprahlna. S p m. Hadlo Ncwirm. %  15 p.m UnlUtl N-non rtrport S p m Compoan Of rn Wt*k.. t 30 p.m Life in Brlialn : t"i ii in Tdlnk On Tn Tiling*. p m Thrrc Half Cmtiirif-. 10 p m rti Nvwv. 10 10 p m From Thi' 10 S p m Special Dupatch. 11 |> m Uh.l The Umdont" !' %  • % %  | KSSM i >irnti Last Two Shows To-day 4.43 and 8 SO pJB20th C.-Fox presii' WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS" Starring Dsnj ANDREWS Gene TIERNEY with Gary MERRILL & Bert HMD ROXY Last Two Shows To-day 4.30 and 8.15 p.m Republic Big Double Vcrn RAISTON and William ELLIOTT •PLAINSMAN AND THE LADY" and •LIGHTNIN' IN THE FOREST" with I.vnnc Roberts and Warren Douglas ROYAL Last Two Shows To-day 4.30 and 880 p.m. Columbia Big Double Joyce Reynold and Ross Ford %  G IRLS SCHOOL" and TYRANT OF THE SEA" Rhys Williams and Ron Randell OLYMPIC -.I..;. inly 4.45 8.15 pin. Columbia's Serial First Instalment -THE SPIDER'S WEB" Warren HULL — Irli MEREDITH and Richard F1SKE I IIOSSWOIIII I 6 o in 1 I .)' 'IT| |i5 fT > ^ P i 23 i How To Stop Smoking Arras* Evan wnrn tilO or HIP le^Ui U Ml BOad r-l.li. Mil Hala. lit Will Hie mole M Tan matcti here 3ort of .thing GLOBE l. -l.. 5 and R.30 p.m—Final InsUlment of the Serial § 1 "FLASH GORDON" j OPKMNG TOMIIRKOW TO SINDAY— 1 he story of Lily James, the girl from Kansas who took New York by storm and reall y lived A Life Of Her Own. IS. Will rrrlainly LONDON. If you want lo stop smoking, lirat make .i sharp bicak a th "My Lady Nicotine" and then carry a pack of cigarettes about in your pocket. 1 I tin l*i i'. civen hy a British medical in the current ajaua nf the Brluata Medical JourAsked for a cure for shrinking tha inciica] itdviver said -to help anjona stop smoking, one must "ill why they smoke. % %  I %  ,..... %  otOgdcaJ craving, A liile t'.hers claim that it Is simply ind matter ol anjojmant Mn any case, one thing is tMCi Ira (o stop smoking arfaloh Is paatei than ra ii^ Mnoke. It II probably best for the patient so make a sharp break ralher than for him to try lo cul down gradually. "The desire to smoke will he found to increase rapidly for 24 hours, but It will then begin b fall away, und if he can rclrain from *moking completely, the ur: tent desire will have largely disappeared within %  week During this per urn BOTM people I lind It helpful to carry ;i packet ittM about with :. to tlnger them from time to time -The nraasnta <>i clau the |>ocket has a quieting effect and may prevent the pnnid.-. i | tc the nearest shop which oftel ml lows the rcnllzation that in cigarettes are immediately at band —I.N.H I 11 TOU atf 8 Down In a niw thai la tiiih the price la # rear. (4) I Slngiilnr ol 21 Down. Ul l 10 Acraaa la not la our thla. (7 I HUt*. () MMM i Hare u UIIIIUTDI welsht. 1 Lata hope Uiat our plaTi 10 Acroaa think more of ldB than lhr this. 17) i tMir* Hill ne*d an overtura lo do thla? 141 4, Bower. (Si *. You wlli -till find him at the mouth ol tha Elbe. io> li Employed 44) 1 .See IB Arrow 11. He proTldea a tier bar. (Tl 1 The man I let beam n rlvar. (4) 4 No net will help you to lolu up like thla. (b. 18, Urea(SI J Coloquiaily worthieaa. (3) I Initially plural ol 21 Acroi SaMBM ot irM'rdaya mn %  ,,.!"-; %  : %  .„ 1 u'i-r. 21. B>e M Tiailit. : uoan DBBD' a. Imorna: & poai ErU-r, b ActmiUcl ti. Hhop. M ITijii onaaleie; 10 Unpronmiim-tbif 11 ..14 ODVic; 10. Rival: IB. Ai'a MIHS OWEN PILGRIM r.tni n ,-l from KiiKliitid ye-terday by the "Colombie". flha 1punned here with %  > Bull Mastm which she brotmlit down for Mr O. L. Harford of "Nor wood". Bt. I.in.'. BY THE WAY Beachcomber I N common with many other leadini: Ironni ng* ra, i sn pu/vicd by a haartllnn which said, "No Red Nails m Meal Pie Works. 1 bnaglnad tha poUei mterfaig ootn in w lutii 1 %  1 iismnut ol the walls all Mill red, ;is a aaeui Ity sure. Hut we uXMunongerg rea I : 1.1 thai tha nalbi ware tha painted nails of the girls who Mil the ins with the astounding meat, and leave .1 flavour almost as bad us the ine.it itself When BnfUsh wine is m tha girl* who preei tha grapes will be warned against varnishing thfir toe-nails. Strnhhmn* Sum* Vp D R. STRAIIISMI'S (Whom God Preaarvel ' .nil of the professional She saw nothing, heurd nothinu As her mother. Mrs Hoof, b JS said): 'She might as well have been in Dnlston But one fact remain. to cheer us. The rocket went i<< Hie moon and returned wnh ah aCOUraoy BBd precision which prove that my calculations art unassailable. Forward to the future!!" Hfn. (irampifuiiit Proli-MlD EAR Sir. J-Vsf.eal of Britain? Not if I'IC grand old ynmr of seeidir t* lo he plap.-d bt the /'rrxinn m m U H T, und by Persians' Ifas Briliili secsaiintinfc pa low thai it hns lo !>%  plogcd hi; in.) (jllens. u'ith a plank balanced on the hdly oj a third'' NQ ii'oridcr fbreigne r i are tneer> two. >tt fhr Wemblfg CxMbtOoN Mere leers uirufl.-iieckcd oirl* |rui Burcia on slioic. On 11 of lei HI repeal thil error 0/ Jiidumenl r*4*r*jg for |h tab? 0 f pandi-rhiii hi scnsafion-rnonui rs Yrs. ln.lv. fJMrs.i Ella Grampoinid. I kinii thou ill I T • ., kindly gesture of the iintisii Council iii invite "th Olowo of Owo and his aaoltt v. 1 Yeycsa" to rMinhnrgh for the winter weather. My report quot— the olowo u sa.wiiK we havf •ot been warm slne *rs -They wennv.uU I r trip," addwl an offictal. 1 advise the I stick to U.iLiiu' in Flemish forV Cypriote. HOUSEHOLDNETS ••^WfclM :t 1U H7 ! %  A/.A Theatre — OISTIN TO IIAV (ONLY) 5 A R3U pi J ihnny Mark BROWN in ItVt KI.ANIl TRAIL" and (MOMKiKtM OOIKI.I) Jimmy WAKELY In •SONti Ol' THE DKIKTEK" MllliW. 5 and H 30 p m and ronttnutnr. Joa-t Gartield and Anne Sheridan In CASTLE ON THE HCDSON." VHIMII SHOW SAT|-RI>\Y "th iMonoirsml i New Pictures KANE RICHMOND in "DONT GAMBLE WITH STRANGERS' Sydney TOLER as Ch.n lie I MAN in "BARK ALIBI" with Man) MGORBHEAH wa'AIKTV (The Garden) ST. J A MRS iHi* and To-MorrowJohnny Mack BROWN in limmy WAKELY tn 10 p.m. %  M ktirii DeajMi 1 "CROSSED TRAILS" .md "TRAIL TO MEXICO" SATIRBVY and Sunday, g.30 p m. Mat Sunday 5 p m Jimmj WAKELY In -PARTNERS OF THE TRAIL ( I SCO Kll> itm R\--& PLAZA BRIDGETOWN IAST TWl> SHOWS IO-DAV 4.13 ..J ::, f 1 1 Waraar't ArUaa Hit • TERRITORYHiuinal 1.11 .11 D..M. Otlb.n ROLAND B. CUM Kid In "CiAV < AVAI.IF.H and •TRAIL TO MEXICO-' BOOf HALL 1 J • 1 > 11 JOM;S NAT lll'NNAH LUCILLE CRAIG... WALTER RI'KKI: IIOLMAN KAVSIDI: Moonllihl Cork Tall! You'll Never Know Count Every Star. Chalanooca Shoe Shhie Onr Very Own MonalNj. GI'EST STAR: Joe Clarke—Lady from lh Palma MASTER Of I I Rl MONIES Manrleo Jone. NO INCREASE IN PRICES PIT IS — HO! SI ]0 BALCONY <0 — BOXES 54 %  '//.V/////,V.V.V f V^V>'////.V/.V, W ,V.V.y, v ,y j%Vi .\ TRK Kl\n OF UTIOX-P.HKKO nui.i r or i.oit: HIM IX REST! WHEN MEN PACKED HISTORY IN THEIR HOLSTERS... AND HERD-WARS SPLIT THE GREAT DIVIDE! AQI'ATIC 111 'II CINEMA (M.mb. Only; TO-NIOHT al > U HETTE !>AVIS — (II.KNN FORD — DANE CLARK In "A STOLEN LIFE A Warmer Kro.. rulure. t'ommrnriiif FRIDAY Hlh: Tlip Romanlir anil Dranalir Mluicah LISBON STORY PATRII IA BI'RKI RICHARD TAt'BER A lirm.h National Film SHEETS 70* 100 ft 17 ea. 80 i %  W ft Ul th. 63 x 100 s M ... NEW HATS Plentiful Supplies o/XMAS WRAPPINGS, BALLOONS & DECORATIONS NOW IN Ladies Stylish SWISS STRAWS EVANS & WHITFIELDS —v-sho.w FALKS KEROSENE < OOKFR—l, 8. S 4 Bumfr Modrl OVENS—Single and Dmibtc CARRON DOVER COAL STOVE—Nos. C. 7 and 8 i "i: VOCH BAKING yon will n.-d . MIXINO HOWLS, Pl'DUfN'G PANS Ml•.**( RING CITS AND SPOONS KOLI IM. I'INS c\Kr' STANDS KIM: Sf TS M|||I lni.lrurIfoiM HAKING AND PASTRY PANS CAKE BOXES. BREAD BINS %  BT* No Parking Problrnt when you Shop with 1'8 TlIK II \ltllAIIOS ( O-OI'I It \ I l\ 1 Hl I OA I VI Mlin LTD. HARDtVARE DEPARTMtVT -Telephone No 239 •i j.1 \ Introducing *\ ( ? "THE TILLEY | | DOMESTIC IRON" | \ Bums ordinary Kerosene 9 K — i pint ives 4 hours I; ^ iiormal ironing. ,N ^ I *c Simple and safe to <>|>j ** erate. can be lighted and o N used by any inexperiJ, J. enced person. < J; Special Easy-Grip, S ^ Heat-Proof. < Handle with thumb rest. ^ Light it and do you il * ironing quickly and ;I without drudgery. S Also a supply of • S I Tilley Luinp A :• Lanterns I .Mamifarlured in Fnifhind ; 5; O.S. Hl'SBANDS. J; Agents. Babh. ::: SI l.urv j .'/.',V.V.V/.'.W.v;vbV' MHJkEA THEATRE Kitiin. I 111 II v f'l.lll.W. I IlllUt 2..IO A S..-IO p.m. A Continuing Daily al I. IS A8..tOp.m.


Thursday
December 7



WITHDRAW AL FRO

U.K. Turns Down\y

Plan For U.K.—
W.I. Shipping

(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Dec. 6.
‘THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT has rejected

__ two shipping companies’ proposals for estab-
lishing passenger services between the United |
Kingdom and the West Indies. This was revealed
by Lord Lucas of Chilworth, Parliamentary Sec-
retary for the Ministry of Transport in the House
of Lords yesterday. |

The proposals which had followed the publication of
the Commonwealth Shipping Committee report had been
turned down because the Government considered they |
would not be justified in providing the funds required to |
subsidise them.

Said Lord Lucas: “It was felt

that the extent of this (financial

Stassen Urges | support) was out of proportion

5 jto the benefit which might ac-
= crue, having regard to the already
Cease Fire

IN KOREA



substantial financial assistance}
given by His Majesty’s Govern-
ment to West Indian Governments
for*other purposes, and to many

NEW KORK, Dec, 6 other and more pressing calls
Harold E. Stassen, Former|/upon financial resources avail-
United States Republican candi- /able for the development of the



date for the Presidency at present | west Indies,”
sall for a ceas five in 32 aia naturally disappointed at this
¥ ae ae oe orea. ‘news but the matter is not being

If this call failed, he said at 2 | allowed to rest.
press conference here the United
Nations should direct General Max
Arthur to retaliate against Chin-
ese Communists by “striking in
any manner any objects of muli-
tary significance in either Korea
or China.”

Asked whether in the event of a
cease fire call failing he advised
the use of the atom bomb Stassen
replied: “I have already advo-
cated” striking in any manner.

—Reuter.

Use Atom Bomb,



once

The whole question of shipping
facilities between the two coun-
tries is the subject of active cor-
respondence between the Colonial
Office and the West India Com-
mittee, who feel that the Govern-
ment are not fully alive to ti
extent to which they should sul
sidise a West Indian passenge!
service.

It is understood that the Com-
mittee have in mind, particularly
the case of the Canadian Govern-
ment, who thought it worth sub-





, sidising the ‘Lady’ boats to the

Fj West Indies to the extent of

Says U.S. Senator £300,000 annually, for ease T
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. years.

Senator Paul Douglas, Democrat



of Illinois, said here teat, the |
United States should embrace "
Nationalist China as a fighting Mae Arthur Did Not |
ally and use the atom bomb

against Communist Chinese troops
if necessary.

Outpace U.N. Orders

Douglas told the American
Municipal Association last night
that “the next time a Soviet sat-
ellite started aggression” the at-
tack should be regarded as an act
of war and “we should release
such powers as we have directly |
on Russia herself.”

Six hundred Mayors attending
the meeting applauded his refer-
ences to Russia and Chiang-Kai
Shek’s armies. ‘They were silent
however when Douglas said that
the atom bomb should be used “if
we have no other effective wea-
pon.” —Keuter.



EXPENSIVE RUM |
AND SODA

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dee. 2.
Daniel Young of San Sees
went to a shop, and after telling
the shopkeeper that he was al
policeman, asked for a drink. He
was given a pint of rum and sodas
valued together 64 cents, After
he and friends had drunk this,
he refused to pay saying that he
was a policeman, The matter was
reported, and Young had to pay
$61.64 in fine, costs and compen-



LONDON, Dec. 6.

The British Government to-day
deprecated suggestions that Gen-
eral Douglas MacArthur had gone
beyond United Nations directives
in Korea. Answering a barrage of
questions in the House of Com-
mons, Foreign Under-Secretai ¥
Ernest Davies said:

“We have no reason to suggest
and we do not wish it to be sus-
gested that he had acted outside
resolutions of the United Nation

—Keuter



os .
“Dove” Coming
(From Our Own Correspondent
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 4.
Group Captain A. MacDougall,
Central-South-America area man
ager for the De Haviland Air-
craft Company of the United
Kingdom, arrived in Trinidad
from Panama on Sunday night
with his aircraft “Dove”. He wil!
spend a few days here and will
yisit Barbados, the Leeward and
Windward Islands, It will be his{
first visit to the smaller Islands,
having visited Trinidad in June
this year with his Dove aircraft

on his way to Argenta. He
hopes to arrive in Barbados cn
December 11.

HANANAS UP:

sation or serve three months for
receiving goods by false pre-
tences.



HANANA











H.E. THE GOVERNOR who visited the Park at 9.30 yesterday smilef #ith appreciation as he gazes
at this prize winning clump of 158 canes in one hole. Mount Wilton wep the prize--(FIRST).

“We Stand By

Our Friends”
Attlee Tells U.S. Press



a

EUROPE, NOT ASIA WILL



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Barbados Aduncate -
M KOREA LI

U.N. Troop

Betwe

Trade Mission
Coming To WI
FROM BRITAIN

From Our Own Correspondent
LONDON. Dec, 6

British manufacturers are to
make a bid to capture new West
Indian markets

The campaign will commence in
Port-of-Spain on January 22,
when the Governor, Sir Hubert
Rance will receive and open a
British Export Trade Mission to
the Caribbean which will be con-
tinued later in Kingston, Jamaica
and probably the Bahamas.

The Mission which is being or

ganised by “West Indies Buyers
Guide” and Mr. A. 8S, Jenkinson,

caravan manufacturer, aims to
show British goods for sale at
prices which compare favourably
with Canadian and American
manufacturers.

Among goods, some of which
are being shipped next week on
the Golfito, are motor trailer cara
vans, uphoistered furniture
clothes, pottery and househo!t
appliances as well as crockery

Arrangements have been made
with West Indian Airlines for
Chamber of Commerce buyers
from Barbados, British Guiana,
South America and Tobago to be
flown at a cheap rate to Trinidad
to see the exhibition,





. |Nehru Appeals
BE FINAL CRISIS AREA |

For Solution

DELHI, Dec, 6
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6 NEW YORK, Dec. 6, The Indian Prime Minist«:
Prime Minist Attlee ina BRITISH PRIME MINISTER Clement Attlee has been | J@wsharlal Nehru appealed
speech here to-day said that wita| assured by the United States that in its judgment Europe | 30%, '0 int S0is greet, powers
the grave military position in and not Asia is the decisive theatre of world events, New} China
Korea the present was no time York Times diplomatic correspondent James Reston repori-| Fat
aL tenen = ni ep ed from Washington to-day. t
wih ahe “Unitea’ Pho da tas Nobody at the Truman-Attlee talks was arguing that |
The British Prime Minister} @n all out war against Communist China should be ventured

made these statements in a major | Nobody was saying that Asia should have priority over

foreign policy address to a pack-| Europe in a world-wide struggle against Russian imperial-
ed meeting of the National Press ism, Reston said

Club between two sessions of his | - . Me added that Truman and

Attlee were understood to have

37 Years discussed the possibility of ar-



conference wiih President Truman.
Atilee praised the United Na-|
tions Commander, General Doug-




























lest itor Adin ranging a “ceasefire” at the 38th

Attlee said: “You may be certain One of the exhibits in 2 reg omg se wae Oa aes 5
that in fair or foul weather, where Queen's Park yesterday was b y . vel ope” Sat t . would
the Stars and Stripes fly in Korea, | a tree planted by flis Maj- e — by Communist China
the Briti hat” will’ ae. paid esty King George VI. The on terms agreeable to the United
them || tree has’ been there since 4) States.

Ms" “ete NG tie digs We 1913 It was known that the United
stand by our friends Times are States had suggested that if no
exitinal, eotte reasonable settlement were offer-

“tt uld 1 Nieto dea ‘MB. ed by Peking, the Western powers
‘sig A na ete panting: 2 he cd U.N. ASSE. LY should refuse to recognise Com-
roped pea be Ska ld at et tes ths 1 munist China’s conquests, reject
This is at the Wa a Bae ike SHOULD NOT her bids for representation in the
We must seek to find how best to * 7 ‘ _|U.N,, and carry on a form of
Bain: thuaat who See haatl oe DISCUS. K: “limited warfare’ against her
Ratt a eae ear Sent " S OREA from whatever base is available



for that purpose.
— said further that
“there was apparently agree-
‘i LAKE SUCCESS, Dec. 6. ment on both saoe of the tat le
The Soviet Foreign Minister on these points,

nel Yee opposed plac- 1, That tne security of the
# the question of Korea on th? | international army was now the

agenda wh ions
General en the Unies aemcos primary consideration

~VYSHINSKY
Jehovah's Witnesses Gaoled

BERLIN, Dec. 6
Court at Leip-
entenced

Witnesses”






The East ¢
zig, Saxony «
five leading “.



to hard labour fro Assembly met here to- . a :

ee Th RR eas at German (aay. He referred to General Mac 2, That that army or as much

Bia} ae sas to-day.|Atthur as “that war maniac who of it as possible must be rescued
The defendants were convicted | iS responsible in the seeond in- by evacuation if necessary

3. That a “cease fire” should
be arranged if possible, provided
the terms of any
are reasonable.”

stance for events which have
erupted in Korea.” He maintained
that no facts had been pre-

of distributing leaflets inciting tne
population to warmongering and

racial hatred, the “cease fire”

agency said






















Passin sentence, the Court|duced to warrant the Assembl:

President said that the state would] discussing alleged Chinese in- There was agreement that the
“relentlessly fight all elements who] tervention. The Assembly was | battle in Korea was only a single
misuse their democratic rights to] discussing whether to place ‘the |battle in the campaign against the

Communist world, and that that
battle had virtually been lost
They agreed too that they must
in carrying on the campaign, keep
Korea and Communist China in
proper balance with other areas
under Communist pressure, Reston
continued

Communique

Following is the text of the com-
munique released from the White
House, after this morning's con
ference between Truman and Att-
lee:

“Discussion reverted to the eco-
nomic problems arising from
mutual defence efforts with partic-
ular reference to raw material re-
quirements. It was agreed that
the power problem of raw material
shortages was vitally urgent, and
that vigorous efforts should be
made to increase production, and
to assure the most effective use
of the limited supplies available

A wide area agreement was ap-
parent and a working party was
appointed to explore the matter
further. —Reuter,

question of Chinese Communis*
intervention in Korea on_ its
agenda. A recommendation fro.7
the Steering Committee urgpu
that the Assembly should take
up the matter. —Reuter,

work against the state.”

—Reuter.



DOWN



Wants More Troops

For Korean War

WASHINGTON, Dec. 6.

Democrat Senator Harley Kil-
gore urged to-day that President
Truman should appoint General
Dwight Eisenhower as overall
Pacific Commander and send more
troops to Korea,

This he said would increase the
chances of negotiating peace witn
the Chinese. President Truman 1:
reported to want General Eisen-
hower to head the proposed Eu-
ropean Defence Force. Senato:
Kilgore said the General stili
would be available for that job
if he W@re successful in quieting
the Pacifie area.

—KReuter.





“GIBRALTAR FOR SPAIN"

MADRID, Dec. 6.

Spanish police turned back 200

demonstrating students who were

marching to the British Embassy

here to-day shouting “Gibraltar

for Spain.”

Students were stopped about
100 yards from the Embassy.
—Reuter

BOYSIE SINGH
GUILTY OF MURDER

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 6,
In the Floating Corpse re-trial,
the Jury to-day brought in a
verdict of guilty against ““Boysie”
Singh and four other defendants

Says Arab League Sec

LAKE SUCCESS, Dé¢. 6
Secretary General of the Arab
sague, Abdel Rahmanazoam
today proposed that

sident Truman and General-
}

an agreement for world peace
The proposal wa
Azzam Pasha in a letter to the
Secretary General of the Unite
Nations, Mr. Trygve Lie

made by






ulin, should meet under Azzam Pasha wv t
| the auspices of the United Na a Press Conference if he thought
idns to try to find the bas tf that Britein and Fr

















TRUMAN, STALIN SHOULD MEET —

} United States, Britain, Russia and

to seek a solution of the
Eastern crisis by peaceful
negotiation
The issue before the world to-
|day was “war or peace,” he said,
“Tt is our duty to try our utmost
te prevent the horror of a third
World War descending upon us.”
Opening the Foreign Affairs
debate in the Indian Parliament,
Nehru said he welcomed Attlee's
decision to meet President Tru-
man. India wished Attlee “God
speed” in his endeavours to pre-
vent war
There was a good deal in com-
mon in India’s views on the pres
ent situation and what the Brit
ish Prime Minister had said
about it Reuter

. .

Tibet Delegation

Ye ry °
Going To India |
BANKOK, Dec, 6

Surkhang Surpo Dzasa, leadet
of the three-man Tibetan dele
gation to the United Nations
arrived here today en route to
New Delhi. Tibet protested to
the United Nations recently
against invasion by Chinese Com-
munist forces.

Dzasa who is Tibet’s Foreign
Secretary was accompanied by
a group of Tibetan monks and
lay officials. It was understood
that he would meet Indian Gov
ernment officials in New Delhi
before going on to Lake Success
—Keuter.

Etna’s Lava
Buries Villages

CATANIA, Dec. 6

One thousand five hundred
inhabitants of the villages of
Milo and Rinazzo were to-day
feverishly evacuating their mos!
precious belongings as erupting
Mount Etna spewed lava towards
their homes

At midnight the main flow of
lave lapped over the last pro
tection of the two villages—th
deep ravine which has now di
appeared for ever.

The rumbling and crackling of
the nine-vyard high wall of in
candescent rock began rolling
down the open slope towards ith
first. mud and stone dwellings
mile away. It was making a speec’
of 55 yards an hour —Keuter

Bustamante On
Carib Body

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Jamaica,
Hon. W. A. Bustamante said
to-day that he appreciated § th«
action of the British delegates to
the W.I. Conference at Curacao
in electing him Commissioner for
the British section of the Carib-|
bean Commission. He said: ‘1
must not only thank the delegates
but people they represent and
I will work with other Commis-
sioners of this inter-Caribbean
body for the well being and pro-
gress of all parties of this area "





'













retary



be‘Included in the proposed talks. |
Azzam Pasha said “that there}
were many yuntrie who ct |
*spected, but everyone knew
the 1 ed S und
=T t ere } tw
AE n 21] a
f —Reuter

Price:

FIVE CENTS
Year 55



I

en Pyongyang’
And Seoul

TOKYO, Dec. 6.
"THE RETREATING United Nations Eighth
Army, once more out of contact with hotly
pursuing Chinese Communists, paused to-night on
the new defence line south of Pyongyang.

But military and diplomatic observers in Tokyo
believed that only Chinese acceptance of a cease-
fire or halt at the 38th parallel could avert complete
United Nations withdrawal from Korea.

The Eighth Army line stretching 40 miles in-
land from the west coast was in danger of new en-
velopment by Chinese massing on its flank near
Kokchan, 50 miles southeast of Pyongyang.

; a Militamy sources admitted priv-

~ ‘ ately here that the line might be
German



pulled back to just below the

parallel where there was a good

‘ defence position along the Imjin

Réearmament River, some 50 miles south of the

, Chinese spearheads at Kokchan.

General Lawton Collins, United

Plan States Army Chief of Staff agreed

to-day that the American trump

card-—the atom bomb-—-could not

By HAROLD KING affect the tactical situation even

PARIS, Dec. 6 if President Truman decided to

According to usually well in-use it. He added in a statement

formed sources, the essential !;, Seoul that he saw no reason
features of the German Rearm: for its use in Korea.

ment Plan agreed to by Atlant The United Nations Eighth

Fino ceputies and by the | army was to-day holding a new

rench Government ure defence line between Pyongvang

1. German units in the Atlan and Seoul

tic or the European Arnyy ;

will be of combat team

brigade size

Inchon For Evacuation

2. Technical preparation 4 This would bring the army
cluding the organization nearer the port of Inchon which
German recruiting = offic would most likely be. used for
wiil go ahead at once and | ary main evacuation. “Tt. would
will not await the setting uo [also serve the purpose ‘of finding
of a political and admini eut whether the Chinese plan to
trative organization caller | Cross the critical paraliel dividing
for by the French plan f{< Norit: and South Korea

a Buropean Army.” Observers

3. German recruiting servic Attlee-Truman conference would
will be linked with the Get make Peking pause before send-
man Ministry of Labour an | | ing troops over the 38th parallel
will be subject to the supe Major-General Willoughby, Mae
vision and control of th Arthur’ Intelligenee Chief said
three allied High Commi last week that the prisoners’ report
sioners indicated that the Chinese might

4. There will be no Germa|stop at the parallel leaving the
Minister of Defence nor Min. |rebuilt North Korean army to go
istry of Defence. over the border, :

5. Pending the elaboration 0

a European Army the struc
ture with its European Min-
ister of Defence proposed »
the French there will be a
Atlantic High Commission
er” who will in some way
take the place of a European
Defence Ministry

A spokesman for the French

Prime Minister said tonight thet
the Government had dropped {ts
demand that Schuman’s Coal an |
Steel Treaty must be signed be
fore France agreed to any rearm
ing of Germany.

hoped that the

Military sources agree that the
United Nations could not hold
the 38th parallel as a line across
the peninsula,

Air and Intelligence reports said
Communist forces were still pour-
ing southwards across the Yalu
River from Manchuria United
Nations warplanes continued thelr
non-stop attacks on rear areas
and supply bases as well as front.
line troops

American pilots claimed they
had “largely destroyed” the town
of Ambyon ten miles from the
east coast port of Wonsan

—Keuter
@ On page 5.

RAINSTORM KILLS 8

RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec, 6,



|

Five houses collapsed causing TELL THE ADVOCATE
at least eight deaths when one of THE NEWS
the worst rain-storms in recent Ring 3113 Day or Night.
years fell over Rio this morning or THE ADVOCATE

for nearly nine successive hour
flooding several large districts
—Reuter,

PAYS FOR NEWS.





Under the Distinguished Patronage of
His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Savage

BRIDGETOWN PLAYERS

PRESENT

“THE MAN WHO
CAME
TO DINNER’

Thursday, December 14 and
Friday, December 15 at 8.30 p.m.
+
Matinee Friday, December 15th

BOOKING OFFICE opens
TO-MORROW Empire Theatre
PRICES: $1.50, $1.20 72e.
and 48e.

Reserved.

Seats

All

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PAGE TWO



Caub Calling



ARRIVALS by the “Colombie”

Margaret Kysh and her sister Joa
holiday in England.

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-

ernor and Mrs. Savage at-
tended the first day of the Indus-
trial Exhibition yesterday at
Queen’s Park.

Trinidad Exhibits

XHIBITED yesterday at the

Industrial Exhibition in
Queen’s Park along with local ex-
hibits was a consignment of
flowers from the Trinidad and
Tobago Horticultural Club. These
flowers were air expressed from
Trinidad via B.W.1.A. on Tues-
day at the invitation of the Bar
bados Orchid Circle.

All sorts of orchids of new and
choice varieties were contributed
by Dr. Horace Gillette, Mr. G. A
Duruty, Mr. R. A. Farfan, Mr. R.
Palmer, Mr. G. C. Mayers and
Mr. Cliff Bailey of Trinidad.

Some fine bunches of Blue
Hydiangas also arrived, sent by
Miss Joan Huggins.

Attended Tourist Talks
ON VY. C. GALE, M.L.C., re-
turned from Puerto Rico
via Trinidad yesterday by
B.W.LA. In Puerto Rico, he at-
tended the second annual general
meeting of the Caribbean Interim
Tourism Committee. He was
commissioned by the Barbados
Government to attend the meet-
ing as an observer.



HON. V. C. GALE, M.L.C., back
from tonrist talks in Puerto Rico.



BY THE WAY

N common with many other
leading ironmongers, I was
puzzled by.a headline which said,
“No Red Nails in Meat Pie
Works.

T imagined the police entering
a huge room in which meat pies
were being made, and prising out
of the walls all nails painted
Moscow red, as a security mea-
sure, But we iconmongers read
on, and discovered that the nails
were the painted nails of the girls
who fill the pies with the astound-
ing meat, and leave a_ flavour
almost as bad as the meat itself
When English wine is made, I hope
the girls who press the grapes
will be warned against varnishing
their toe-nails.

Strabismus Sums Up

R,. STRABISMUS (Whom God

Preserve) of Utrecht said
yesterday: “Even moderh science,
which rarely hesitates to treat
hypothesis as fact, will not, I
think, be rash enough to attempt
to construct an authentic picture



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for

TOYS

FOR GIRLS:
Push Chairs,
Cooking Sets,



BOYS: Lorries, Ca
trains, barrows,
mouth-organs, per

Wii Mile

Plentiful Supplies of—
XMAS WRAPPINGS, BALLOONS & DECORATIONS mate yarn werner

EVANS & WHITFIELDS — vou shoe store




Dolls,
Embroidery &
Teddy Bears.



and friends exchange greetings on
the steps of the Baggage Warehouse.

Easily recognised are Miss
n who returned yesterday from a

Unique Costumes!

OME of the ladies’ “costumes”’

at the Exhibition yesterday
were nothing short of unique
Good example was a little girl in
a pink georgette dress. She was
about five or six years of age.
The full skirt of her dress was
down to her ankles. She wore a
blue velvet belt and little bows of
blue ribbon were dotted around
the skirt. Pink hat, pink bag and
blue shoes completed the ensem-
ble.

Another youngster who seemed
to be an intransit passenger on
the Colombie was there with
his parents. The poor little fellow
was dressed in a white shirt,
braces kept up his pants which
fell loosely around his hips. The
legs were three quarters, reaching
down to his calves. He wasn’t che
Jeast embarrassed by his “get up.”
Any Barbadian boy of his age I’m
sure would have ‘died’ rather then
make a public appearance dressed
as he was, especially on an “Ex-
hibition Day” at that.

“Get Me Down!”
NE little fellow at the Exhibi-
tion yesterday watched the
Merry-Go-Round for a long time
before making up his mind to go
on it. As it was slowing down
after a run, Carib heard him tell
his mother, “Mummy I can go on
it and not hold on with either
hand.”

Ticket bought he was lifted on
by one of the foremen in charge
When he got onto the horse and
looked down however, he changed
his mind—“Mummy I want to get
down” he cried. Finally his bigger
brother went on the same horse
with him and hé enjoyed the ride

For Jamaica Trip
j R. CLIFTON ROBERTS of
the Roberts Manufacturing
Company was among the passeng-
ers who left yesterday by the
Colombie making the round
trip to Jamaica and return,

Round-Trip

MONG the passengers who left

yesterday by the Colombie
on a round trip to Jamaica and
return were: Mr, and Mr. Briggs
Collins, Mr, Milton Seale, Mr
and Mrs. Laurence Simpson, Mr.
Tom Herbert, Mr. Miles Cecil,*
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Coppin,
Mr. Percival Stewart, Mr, ‘J. E. T
Brancker, M.C,P. and Mr. and

Mrs, Boon,

The Colombie arrived in
Trinidad this morning and will
sail from there to La Guaira,

Curacao, Cartagena and Jamaica
returning via Curacao, La Guaira.
Trinidad and Barbados, The en-
tire trip takes ten or eleven days.



of life on the moon from the in-
expert observations of an un-
trained charwoman. To her, that
lunar crater was just a hole like
any other, nor had she even the
most rudimentary knowledge of
how to adjust aud read the deli-
cate instruments with which the
rocket was equipped, It is to her
credit that she has not attempted
to substitute the frantic imagin-
ings of the amateur for the labor-
ious research of the professional.
She saw nothing, heard nothing.
As her mother, Mrs, Roof, has
said: ‘She might as well have been
in Dalston. But one fact remains
to cheer us, The rocket went to
the moon and returned with an
accuracy and precision which
prove that my calculations are
unassailable. Forward to the fu-
ture!!””

Mrs. Grampound Protest:
EAR Sir,

Festival of Britain? Not if
the grand old game of seesaw is to

Chartered Accountant

RRIVING from Glasgow,

Scotlana yesterday morning
via Jamaica and Trinidad by
B.W.1.A. were Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Duthie Here for three
months, they are staying at the
Ocean View Hotel.

Mr. Duthie who is a Chartered
Accountant is Senior Partner of
Many Judd Gordon and Co.,
Chartered Accountants in Glas.
gow

Although this ifs their firs,
visit to Barbados they have at
least one good friend here, the
Governor’s A.D.C., Maj. Dennis
Vaughan, whom they knew in
Scotland

Mr. Duthie is the Chancellors
Assessor on the Court of Glas-
gow University

Old Harrisonian
R. DICK REECE of Barbados
who is now working with the

Kuwait Oil Co., in the Persian
Gulf has just been elected an
Associate Member of the Institut

of Petroleum
An Old Harrisonian and a form-

er member of the Y.M.P.C
Dick was a keen footballer an:
Water Pole player when he used
to live here.
Intransit
NTRANSIT passengers to
Trinidad by the Colombie
yesterday were Mr. and Mrs
Phillip Lattimer. Phil. was mar-

ried in England recently and will
be arriving in Trinidad in good
time to ride in the Trinidad Turf
Club’s Christmas meeting

Former Tennis Champion
FTER two years in England,
Miss Gwen Pilgrim, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Pilgrim of
“Welches” St. Thomas returned
yesterday by the Colombie, Miss
Pilgrim is a former Ladies’ Sin-
gles Tennis Champion of
Savannah Club and it is expected
that she will continue playing
tennis now that she has returned

She brought down with her a
Bull Mastiff for Mr. G. L. Har-
ford of “Norwood” St. James, Mr
Harford, who is a great dog love
tells me that he already has the
mate which also came down from
England recently and he intends
breeding them. The dog which
arrived yesterday is only ten
months old. Its paws are as big
as a young lion’s, or so it seemed
to Carib.



MISS GWEN PILGRIM returned
from England yesterday by the
“Colombie”.

She is pictured here with a Bull
Mastiff which she brought down

for Mr. G. L. Harford of
wood”, St. James.

“Nor



By Beachcomber

be played in the
and by Persians! Has British see-
saw sunk so low that it has to be
played by two aliens, with a plank
balanced on the belly of a third?
No wonder foreigners are sneer-
ing. At the Wembley Exhibition
there were giraffe-necked girls
from Burma on show. Do not let
us repeat this error of judgment
merely for the sake of pandering
to sensation-mongers.
Yrs. truly,
(Mrs,) Ella Grampound.

A kind thought

T was a kindly gesture of the
British Council to invite “the
Olowo of Owo and his senior wife
Yeyesa” to Edinburgh for the
winter weather. My report quot:
the Olowo as saying: “We hav
nat been warm since we arrived.”

Persian manner,

“They were nearly frozen to
death on a river trip,” added an
official. I advise the Council to

stick to Racine in Flemish for):
Cypriots.



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BARBADOS

MR. AND MRS. TOM PATON arrived from England yesterday by

the “Colombie”.

Back From England

R. and MRS. TOM PATON

arrived from England yes-
terday by the Colombie. Regular
visitors to Barbados, they are
down for the Winter.

Here For The Winter
R. and Mrs. G. A. Johnson
of New York arrived from

England yesterday by the Colom-
bie and plan to spend the Winter
in Barbados staying at the Marine
Hotel.

The Johnsons left New York
eight months ago and have been
touring England and Europe.
They were met at the Baggage
Warehouse by their good friend
Mrs. Colombia Gibson.

Short Trip

ivf® DENNIS WORME returned
from a short trip to St, Lucia
and Grenada yesterday morning
by B.W.LA. He is a representative
of Messrs. T. Sydney Kinch Ltd,
Two Sisters

ISS JOAN KYSH, Secretary

of the Barbados Publicity
Committee and her sister Miss
Margaret Kysh who is in charge
of the Abstract of Cable and
Wireless (W.I,) Ltd., returned
aoe England yesterday by the
Colombie after spending just

over five months’ holiday in the
a

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|

Holidaying With Parents

RS. WALTER LAMB, the
former “‘Poogie’ Howell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs N. B.
Howell of “Glen Rosa” Strath-
clyde, accompanied by her son
David arrived from England yes-
terday by the Colombie to
spend four months’ holiday in
Barbados with her parents.
Her husband who was A.D.C. |
to Sir Mark Young when he was
the Governor of Barbados, is now |
a Wing Commander in the R.A.F
in Germany. |

For Two Weeks

RRIVING yesterday morning
by the Daerwood from St. |

cia was Mr. Marcus Wilson, |
Superintendent of the Government |
Printing Office in that colony. He |
is here for two weeks’ holiday and |



is staying at Indramer Guest
House, Worthing.
Returns Home
R. CECIL CUNCHA, a civil!

servant attached to the Post]
Office Telecommunications of |
British Guiana, left on the 8.S.|
Colombie for Trinidad en route |
to British Guiana after spending/
six weeks’ vacation in the island. |
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DECEMBEK 7, 1950

7 a.m. The News, 7.10 a.m. News
Analysis, 7.15 a.m. Sporting Record,
7.30 a.m. Music Magazine, 7.45 a.m

Tak By Sir Arthur Bliss, 8 a.m. From

The Editorials, 8.10 a.m Programme
Parade, 8.15 a.m. Elsie Hall, 8.30 a.m
Books To Read, 8.45 a.m. The Arts,
9 a.m. Close Down, 12 noon, The News,
12.10 p.m. News Analysis, 12.15 p.m
Frogramme Parade, 12.18 p.m. Listen-
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pm. Radio Newsreel 1.30 p.m. Ray's
A Laugh, 2 p.m. The News, 2.10 p.m
Home News From Britain, 2,15 p.m.

Sports Review, 2.30 p.m

Ring Up The
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3.30 p.m. Round Britain Quiz,
4 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily
Service, 4.15 p.m. Paul Temple, 4.45
p.m The Cathedral Organs, 5 p.m.
Listeners Choice, 5.15 p.m. Programme
Parade, 5.30 p.m. Pipes And Drums,
5.45 p.m. Merchant Navy Newsletter,
6 p.m. Australia V England, 6.20 p.m
Interlude, 6.30 p.m, Educating Archie,
7. p.m The News, 7.10 p.m News
Analysis, 7.15 p.m We See Britain,
7.45 p.m, Generally Speaking, 8 p.m
Radio Newsreel, 8.15 p.m. United
Nations Report, 8.20 p.m. Composer Of
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1950



DRAUGHT BEER AND DA

Herald

100th

Exhibition

HE HUNDREDTH

Annual Agricultural and

Industrial Exhibition opened at Queen’s Park
at noon yesterday. Fine weather succeeded days

of rain and provided

opening day.

His Excellency and Mrs. Sav-
age attended about 9.30 in the
morning before the show opened
officially and had a preview of the
exhibits while the judges went
their rounds.

For the first time in Barba-
dos, the public were able to get
draught beer from a stand run
by the newly erected Barbados
Brewery.

One of the most delightful fea-
tures of the exhibition was the
Dog Show. This has been discon-
tinued because of the fear of dis-
temper but there is no fear now
and largely through the efforts of
Mr. John Goddard, West Indies
Cricket captain and Mr. Ian Gale,
who were nobly supported by a
number of dog owners, no fewer
than thirty dogs were on show.

Some tine cattie were exhibited
in spite of the short supply of feed
and the stock from the Pine Live-
stock station were in excellent
condition, reflecting considerable
credit on this institution.

The number of sheep were few-
er but of a better quality than last
year. and while the number of
goats exhibited were almost the
same the quality was better.

The field vegetables, as was to
be expected after the heavy rains,
were not plentiful but those ex-
ae were also of a high stand-
ard.

A popular part of the exhibition
was the furniture section.

This attracted a greater number
of entries and the designs show
considerable individuality and
originality. ,

The Police Band gave a musical
display in the afternoon.

Agriculture

It was appropriate that at the
Hundredth Anniversary of the
Exhibition that the agricultural
products should have reached so
high a standard. Canes for that
matter, had become synonymous
with Barbadian agriculture. They
were of a better quality than had
been seen for many years.

There were 70 clumps of 24
bundles of canes and among these
clumps was one stool with 158
canes brought from Mt. Wilton
Plantation which registered a
rainfall of over 100 inches for the
year.

Among the bundles of cane
were some 15 feet long with
knodes 10 inches long and these
gave an_indication of what the
crop will be for 1951.

The competition among the
peasants was not as keen as
usual. There were only two
peasant exhibitors and J. Young
from Black Rock won practi-
cally all the prizes in the peas-
ant section.

Vegetables

The garden vegetable section
was bound to be good. There had
ween heavy rains but not suffi-
cient to spoil the crop. :

It was regrettable that exhibits
of beets and celery were exposed
to the sun and the visitor who
came late to the show was then
at a disadvantage.

Cucumbers, eschalots, stringless
beans and the homely bonavis<
were all of a high standard ani
the finest eer of > age
phenes and. eggplants sgen for
many a year were éxhibited,

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Erdiston Training College car-
ried off First Prize with a fine
collection of eggplant.

Ground provisions were excel-
lent in quality but this was to
be expected in view of the excel-
lent rainfall which this island
has been enjoying.

In the Cake Icing section
Viola Degazon of Pinfold Street
carried o} First and Second
Prizes. The first prize was for a
lovely design of a hat with flow-

courts, gardens and yard sur-
rounding it but this did not get
a prize.

he honey in frames and boi-
tles, jams and marmalades, but-
ter, bread and cakes were all of
a high standard.

There was a good collection of
cut flowers. First Prize for the
collection of the largest variety
went to Mrs. B. Conduit of Pine
Hill.

Cattle
Exhibits in this section were
excellent despite difficulties in
feeding. Animals from the Gov-
ernment Live Stock Station were
not for competition, but were of
good quality, and had they been
for competition, the stock buil
from the Pine would probably
have taken the prize tor being
the best animal on show. Mr.
J. W. Smith and Mr. C. W.
Springer also produced two bulis

of excellent quality.

Cattle in the Holstein Section
were perhaps slightly better than
formerly, as the same attention
has not been paid to the bre-d-
ing of Guernseys, amd the Je-
seys are always fewer in quan-
tity.

Goats and Sheep

The section for sheep, contain-
ed 42 exhibits, a greater number
than has been seen before, and it
included specimens of first rate
quality. The Wiltshires and the
well known Black-billy and the
cross between the two, produced
some excellent results and showed
good adaptability to local condi-
tions.

There were 52 goats on show.
The Peasant Section was not as
well represented as in past years,
containing about half as many
exhibits as usual, but those on
show were of good quality. One
such specimen weighed 200 lbs.

It was a pity that the Commit-
tee responsible for the Goats and
Sheep Section, fell into the same
error as the Pig Section Commit-
tee in the past, There were sheep
weighing anything up to. 201 lbs.
that were left to the rays of the
sun during the entire day.

Sugar and Molasses

Here the exhibits reached a high
standard, with first prize going
to Searles Factory for Staw Crys-
tals. Andrews got the first prize
for Dark Crystals, and first prize
avent to Edgecumbe for an exhibit
of White Crystals.

In the Molasses Section, Gib-
bons Plantation, Christ Church,
won first prize for Fancy Molas-
ses.

Swine

This section was as g0od as any-
thing else in the show. The exhi-
bits were not as many as last
year, but the standard, with the



ers.

There were also many other
attractive designs in this section.
One was of a cottage with tennis



PIGS AT HREAKFAST



NOT EVEN our cameraman could keep these 3-day-old pigs

o'clock sharp, yesterday.

exception of fat barrows and fat
sows, was the same.

The introduction of the large
white specimen. within
years, has brought a new feature
to the exhibition

The locally bred animals were
as good as the imported stock, and
at this show they had aimost
completely displaced the Berk-
shire.

The locally bred “cross” be-
tween the large black and the
Berkshire, continues to hold its
own, and a sow with a litter cf
six owned by Mr. Austin Layne of
Britton’s Hill, carriec off a deserv-
ing first prize.

More benefits could have been
secured by fanciers by better
methods of selection for breeding
purposes,

Rum and Falernum

Exhibits in this section were up
to the usual standard. It is always
difficult to write about this sec-
tion, since here the test is the
taste; but the judges decided to
award first prize to Stuart &
Sampson for single matured rum
for household use, while John D.
Taylor got a similar award for
single distilled rum.

Dog Show

As an addition to the exhibition
there was a side show for dogs
There were no competitive classes
and probably for the first time in
the island, visitors to the Exhibi-
tion saw Boxers and the Sheep
Dog. The Boxers which beleng to
Mr. Ian Gale and Mr. John God-
dard, were recent arrivals to the
island.

The number of Alsatians in the
island had declined in recent
years but there were a few good
specimens on show yesterday,

One excellent specimen in the
Bull Terrier class owned by Mr.
Teddy Jones, attracted much at-
tention.

The show was a good one and
with the continuous breeding of
pure bred dogs of which there
are now an appreciable number
this show will again be one of
the features of the exhibition.

Pigeons and Poultry

The Pigeons and Poultry Sec-
tions were not up to the usual
standard. In the Poultry Section
there were 385 exhibits as
against 306 last year.

The condition of the fowls was
as good as could be expected in
view of the difficulty of getting

poultry feed. The turkeys did
not reach the usual standard.
Visitors to the show had been
accustomed to seeing specimens
of the heavy bronze bird strut-
ting about the cages, There were
very few of these and Mr.
Prince Walker of Castle Grant

carried off the with
an imported bird,
There were very few

Utility Birds but the

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223 in number
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of cross breeding, there were a
few fine specimens on show,

Furniture
The Furniture Section again
attracted much attention. The

number of exhibits had increased
and there was a decided improve-
ment in designs, some shawing
a touch of originality.

The local workmen had
improved their polishing and sc
the number of exhibits were
seen to better advantage, It was
an indication of the excellence of
the quality that many of the items
in this section were actually sold
during the day

W. A. Griffith of
Street and George Harris of
Spooner’s Hill were outstanding
exhibitors and carried off quite
a few prizes.

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Arts and Handicrafts

This section was of a_ high
standard indeed Originality in
design and first class workman-
ship was in evidence.

Dolls’ houses, toys
saleable articles
exhibited showed the
of another industry for which
there might be a local market.

In this same _ section one
exhibitor produced an excellent
specimen of a stuffed doll
chubby happy-go-lucky
returning from fishing with
happy smiles on his face and
sprats in his net. He however
lost First Prize to his sister—The
Charwoman,
| A variety of beautiful hand-
made rugs were also exhibited
and in the “Babies Woollens”
Mrs. N. B. Warren of Fontabelle
carried off the majority of
prizes.

A lovely portrait of Alan Rae,
W.I. cricketer, won the first prize
in the portrait section

Photographs

The Barbados Camera Club
had in its section a large number}
of pictures of a very high stand-
ard, both in composition and
quality—especially quality

Most of the pictures were hung
by members of the Camera Club

and
that

many
were
possibility

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tremendously since last year
First Prize went to J, Peacock
with a photograph taken from}
the Chamberlain Bridge. Second}
to R. W. Bell and third A. Hughes,
Messrs, G. Lomer, A, Hughes
J, Peacock, R. W. Bell and C, D
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In an effort to get more attrac-
tive booths at the Exhibition, the

Agricultural Society awarded
two prizes for the most attractive
booths from the advertising point



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Thursday, December 7, 1950



SECOND CHAMBER

THREE years ago the House of Assem-
bly with a predominance of labour mem-
bers passed an address to the Secretary
of State asking for the curtailment of the
powers of the Legislative Council. The
then Governor, Sir Hilary Blood in a cov-
ering despatch analysed the arguments put
forward by the House and those in reply
by the Council.

Lord Listowel, Minister of State, in an-
other despatch in which he expressed his
“reluctance in pressing any view on the
legislature of Barbados upon a constitu-
tional matter” made it clear that “the
Legislative Council should be retained in
Barbados as an effective part of the Legis-
lature but that its functions should come
to be regarded in future as those of
revision and delay in respect of legislation
passed by the House of Assembly.”

On Tuesday the Council discussed the
despatches and the report of a Committee
appointed to consider the powers of the
Council. In the address which was event-
ually passed the Council admitted that the
elected body should have the ultimate say
in the enactment of important legislation,
but that that legislation if once rejected
should be discussed at a general election
before being brought back to the Council.

Lord Listowel in his despatch suggested
that “the life of the House should be three
years, (subject to the power of dissolution at
any time) and that a bill passed twice by
the House of Assembly in successive
sessions and rejected by the Legislative
Council would be submitted to the Gov-
ernor for assent, subject to a minimum
period of one year between the second
reading in the first session and the date
on which the Bill is passed by the Assem-
bly in the second session.” He points out
that this legislation should be passed after
the extension of the session to three years.

There will be few to disagree with these
arguments based as they are on constitu-
tional theory but it is the practical work-
ing of these suggestions which must be
examined before they are accepted. The
samé constitutional theory however adds
that the law and practices of Parliament
do not apply to Colonial legjslatures as
they do to the Parliament of Great Britain.

In Barbados the application of the rules
and practices which govern the relation-
ship between the House of Commons and
the House of Lords would lead to govern-
ment by bureaucracy. The four members
of the House of Assembly who are mem-
bers of the Executive Committee are taken
to be wholly representative of the views
of the House. The Governor in a speech
at the opening of the Legislative Session
made it'clear that he was prepared to
accept the advice of those four members
whenever they were in agreement, That
then would be the view which would be
carried to the Legislature and on which
legislation would be based.

Even the most ardent of the Barbados
Labour Party from which the members
of the present Government have been
drawn will admit that the conduct of the
affairs of government leaves much to be
desired and it might be added, that were
it not for the co-operation of the Legisla-
tive Council this island would have lost
the benefit which accrues from revisionary
legislation, :

.

Never was there a time in the history of
Barbados when the services of a second
chamber were so sorely needed. The Coun-
cil is needed not merely as a revisory body
but as a brake on hasty and ill-advised
legislation. During the last three years
that body has rewritten or amended many
of the bills passed by the House of Assem-
bly, and the instances in which there was
any disagreement with the amendments
were few. It was because the members of
the Council, free from the vote conscious-
ness of the elected politicians, could view
dispassionately the subject matter of legis-
lation.

One criticism which might be made
affects the selection of members of the
Council. The days of life membership are
past; but there is still the possibility that
a Governor without a thorough knowledge
of the individuals eligible for selection
might, as in the past, make unsuitable
nominations and thereby weaken the
effectiveness of the Council.

There ‘can be no question of abolishing
the Council and it would be no less a con-
stitutional tragedy of the first magnitude
if the Secretary of State could be con-
vinced that its powers should be unwisely
curtailed. Its services are not only needed
but needed without crippling handicaps.



Flight-Lieut.

Tell His Own



BARBADOS ADVOCATE



John Driver.
Story

DF.

Flies Home To

Of Captivity

$1 DAYS-OF VODKA

AND CHESS

HOME AGAIN in Churchfields-road, Beckenham,
are 38-year-old Filight\Lieutenant John William
Driver, D.F.C., after 81 days in a Russian jail, and
his wife Joy, the 24-year-old girl who would not
consider the Soviet headquarters terms for his re-
lease. The two were treated like V.1.P.s at Har-
wick yesterday . Customs officials went to their
cabin in the B.A,O.R. troopship Empire Parkeston

. . .senior officers of Movement Control took
them to breakfast while their papers were being
cleared. . . at Liverpool-street an Air Ministry car
waited to take them to Beckenham. And those 81
days? Here is the flight lieutenant’s own account
of them,...

as told to GEORGE JOYCE

There is one Russian word that I never want
to see again. The word is :

J] unnomatuse con

- + » «pronounced diploma-teachers-coy .
arnt it means “diplomatic.”

Yor more than 11 weeks that was the only
re.30n the Russians ever gave for holding me
as a hostage,

At times the word haunted me, When I tried
to quiz my. guards there was silence in the room.
Tiley would talk among themselves in RUSsian and
then one would hand me a glass of vodka.

‘here was one fellow—I nicknamed him “the

Woolly bear”—who would Slap me on the back
ai.{ that was his way of challenging me to a game
of .hess. His way of telling me to be more tactful
thea to ask questions. At the end of the game,
more vodka.
Highty-one days: of chess and vodka, and it was
nc“ until I was handed over to the British in
B lin last Friday that I was told I had been. . .
a _iplomatie pawn,

No Radio....No Newspapers

: had no idea that I had crashed in the Russian
z .@—not until Russian infantrymen scrambled out
of the back of a truck and surrounded me.

4 was taken to Ludwiglust and quartered with
six Russian officers in a large house. The radio
wus taken away, No newspapers were allowed.

lor four days I was under suspicion. An in-
t.oreter kept close on my heels everywhere I
we st. He walked from room to room with me.

1 had my meals With the éfficers. The food
Was good but I managed to persuade them that

«: Englishman could not eat black bread. Frorn
them on there was always white bread on the

1.ce,

They interrogated me—asking me many ques- h
Uns about why I crashed on their territory—it

n home oy Mrs



:
.

-In_ the firelight glow at the Becken-

Driver's parents. The two ao today

2 their own cottage at Minchinhampton near
Was oe pleasantly, but they seemed to doubt Stroud, in Gloucestershire.
ry story,
pen 4 they softened up. . . P 5 wal
the so-called interpreter was re- more vodka, instead they gave 1 waited for three hours and

placed by a woman. Then the
chess board was given to me. The
Nussians taught me to play. The
vodka flowed when I won,

Vodka Again=
I Hated It

On September 20 the Russians
played their meanest trick. A
Mercedes-Benz limousine stopped
outside the house. The officers got
very excited. They made me un-

derstand that I Was sige to
Berlin.’ We celebrated, I “drank
their yodka. I hated it,

But the car stopped in Pots-
dam. -another Russian head-
quarters. -This time I was
confined to one room,

I could walk in the garden only
under escort. More guards and
no one who spoke English.

Why had I been moved? They
just shrugged their shoulders and
ignored me. More chess but no

me brandy, I went outside the
house only twice, each time un-
der guard. . . .each time to the
hairdressers, There was no op-
portunity to speak to anyone.

For weeks I paced that room
; I began to think in terms
of years. It was solitary confine-
ment, but with luxury. ba
a Dickens book to read. as. 40
cigarettes 50 at a time as often
as I asked for them. The anxiety
to make me comfortable made
me certain that I was to be there
for a very long time.

The weeks of boredom were
broken only once more, when
the commandant handed me a
letter from Joy. I read it many
times. I was told I could reply

No Secrets

The commandant woke me up
one evening to say he had got
instructions from Berlin that I
was to be freed.







“YOU AIN'T
HEARD
NOTHIN”

Hy Maralyn Marsh

HOLLYWOOD.
“Beulah, peel me_a grape’—then “drop

dead.” Incidentally, you might “cigarette me, |

big boy” and “if you want me, just whistle.
“You ain’t heard nothin’, yet’”—and “that’s
for sure, that’s for dang sure.”
No, this is not double talk, but it does
sound familiar, doesn’t it? Well, it should
be—you probably sound off with at least two

-|of those expressions per day.

What you probably do not realize is that
you’re taking the words right out of some
star’s mouth. “Bartlett’s Quotations” is having
a rough time revising fast enough to keep up
with the latest smart talk being megaphoned

'in Hollywood.

This screwy gibberish is defined by
brother Webster with a $10 word—neology.
This, to quote the word man, is “a word,
usage or expression, the use of a new word
or of an old word in a new or different
sense.”

So you now know. “Baby” Bacall slanted!

a sloe eye in “To have and Have Not” and
breathed the famous “if you want me, just
whistle—just pucker up and blow.” Bogie
did. This small saying got her fame, for-
tune—and Bogie.

Many stars have become famous for such
catchphrases which they soon find echoed
throughout hero-worshipping America. One
of the greatest with the witty words is Ger-
trude Berg, whose missayings as Molly Gold-
berg flick off many tongues. Molly’s “enter,
whoever” is currently doing the rounds.

The Beulah grape business was undulated
by none other than the sex siren herself,
Mae West, who also made “e’mp ’n see me
some time, big boy” famous.

Victor McLaughlin coined the rough “sez

they told me Joy was waiting in| YOU, sez me” in “The Cockeyed World” and

Berlin—they must have

she was there a week before.
That was Friday. It was not

until midnight that I got over

known! Charles

Boyer murmured “come to the
Casbah.”

If your memory is good, you might remem-

the line and British officers told) ber Ginger Rogers asking her love to “cigar-

me how the Russians had tried
to barter me for a Soviet lieu-
tenant. I am glad the Foreign
Office said “No.”

The Russians have nothing to
show for keeping me all these
weeks. I had no military secrets
to offer: And the only souvenir
I brought back was purple wool-
len underwear.

Now Joy and I are returning
to our cottage in Minchinhamp-
ton, dh the Cotswolds. I have
14 days to forget my Russian
“holiday.”

Nineteen-year old Sapper J. W.
Bennett—the second hostage held
by the Russians — returned to
England. recently.

-~(World Copyright Reserved)

L.E.S.

Bevan: The Bull In The

Poor Mr. Nye Bevan is jin
trouble again. You cah’t help
feeling sorry for him.

All he, wants to do is to con-
vince simpletons like us that he
alone of all the medicine men in
the market place has the pill to
put us right,

But when the Welsh rapture in
him wells up his tongue takes
off like one of Mr, Heard’s fly-
ing saucers that has got out of
congro, And down comes the
Charlie Chaplin of Tredegar and
Clivedén-place, S.W.1, into his
primeval element.

Now most of Mr. Bevan’s side-
slips are more amusing than
worrying. In a way they do a
power of good.

There will always be nitwits
to applaud them, but to more
level-headed ~ citizens they are
merely recurrent reminders of
Mr. Bevan’s incapacity for the
responsibility of leadership.

Seeds of Distrust

But this latest one is much more
serious: Here we have Mr. Bevan
apparently hell-bent on rupturing
relations between Britain and the
United States.

At this time the world hangs

on a most delicate balance be-
tween peace and war, That bal-
ance can only be maintained by
the closest trust and unity. of
understanding between the Uni-
ted States and ourselves.
' The lives of millions of men and
women literally depend upon the
continuance of that interknitting.
It may be the only way to save
civilisation: :

Yet the crass Mr. Bevan is now
‘trying to sow seeds of distrust of
Britain in America. Not openly

Our Readers Say:





Transport

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—As one of the co-sufferers
along with your correspondent
Miss Leach, of November 25, it is
gratifying to see that at long last
someone has voiced the feelings
of these unfortunates who must
travel by bus routes 13 and 14
and I wish to endorse all she has
said as welk as to mention further
trials which we have to undergo

Having waited some time in the
Square, how distressing it is, with

one’s patience already exhausted,the Gaal straw!

China Shop

Ry John Gordon

in the Cabinet, or publicly opr
the platform, but by handing a
bomb to journalis’s in private so
that they, may explode it without
him being identified as the man
who put the explosives in it.

And it seems that Mr. Attlee
thinks Mr. Bevan is too powerful
to be kicked out. I would sug-
gest, with all respect, what Mr.
Attlee takes the wrong view, All
he need do to prick ihe Bevan
bubble is to set forth publicly the
story of Mr, Bevan’s incompetence
in office.

No Wizard Here

The troubie with politicians is
that for the most part they rise
to power and prominence on clouds
of oratorical gas. The real testing
time comes later, when power is
in their hands. And unfortu-
nately only a few measure up to
the test.

Mr, Bevan likes to be
ingly regarded as the
George of his generation,
there is one tremendous differ-
ence between the Welsh wizard
and the Welsh blizzard.

Lloyd George, in his rising days,
made speeches as sulphuric as
Bevan's. But once he attained
office he proved himself to be
one of the greatest administrators
in British politica) history.

Five years ago, having blown
himself Cabinet high by gas,
Bevan was put to the test, The
heavy responsibility of giving the
homeless houses was laid upon
him, What are the fruits of his
labour? Misery that would make
angels weep.

flatter-
Llevd
But



to be told when a Top Rock bus
— that it is going to Belle-
ville,

After being , subjected to all
the confusion arising from the
iniquitous scheme mentioned in
leaving people to guess which is
the best course of action to catch
a bus, it is still not plain sailing.
One arrives at the Royal Cinema,

Worthing, there to wait (if you that “first come, first served” is

are lucky) for one bus but under the order and not according to} with
a recent innovation, more likely each individual's powers of push-

two buses which following up fulness or “bargain sale” tactics.

some time later transfer their

passengers if they .can be ac- NELL EDGHILL

commodated, if not you have been
kept waiting for nothing. This is
a ite

With housing, he was given the
high honour of initiating the
Health Service. How has« that

fared under his wisdom’? A ser-

| end.”

ette me, big boy” in
Manhattan.”
“my little chicadee,” he is just copying the
late W. C, Fields who crooned those three
little words to the walloping Mae West.

* Joe Penner became synonymous with
“Wanna buy a duck?” While Bugs Bunny
screeched “what’s up, Doc?” Both of these
have become a part of “Americanese,” our
lingo that sends British noses flying high
from their tea cups.

“Young Man of

More recently the drawled expression,
“thanks, thanks a lot, but no thanks” was
considered the only way to refuse anything!

.| This is a direct steal from luscious Doris| ¢

Dowling who spouted in “The Lost Week-
Jerome Courtland’ss“that’s for sure,
that’s for dang sure” came from “Battle-
ground,”

While “I want to be alone” never was in
a picture, the phrase has become associated



with the solitary Garbo. The not-so-solitary
Judy Holliday spurted “drop dead” in “Born

vice which céuld and should have) Yesterday” and immediately everyone was

been the pride of the nation and
the envy of the world is by fan-
tastic incompetence in adminis-
tration now creaking to collapse.

No wonder he hates newspapers
which keep the publie informed
on these facts,

A New Destiny ?

Mr, Bevan told us blithely at
eiection time that he had finished
with houses and health, He was
ready, we gathered, to move into
new pastures, and leave abler men
to clean up the mess-

At that time it was hinted that
he had his eye on our Colonial
Empire, He rather fancied him-
self as the modern Mogul. For-
tunately the Colonial. Empire

being requested to “drop dead.”

The list is endless—Ted Lewis’ “Is every-
body happy?” Rudy Vallee’s “HI-HO
Everybody,” Texas Guinan’s “Hello, Sucker,”
Eddie Cantor’s “Making Whoopee” — all
have found their ways into America’s speech.

—LN.S.

MAKE YOUR OWN SLAVE

LONDON.
Sir Ben Lockspeiser, Secretary of Britain's



was spared this disaster. It cer-|Department of Scientific and Industrial

tainly has troubles enough with-
out adding Mr. Bevan to them.

Now, apparently, Mr: Bevan sees} Would find millions and millions of

a new destiny opening for him
us the second man in our history
t6 rupture the Ink between
America and Britain—-the George
11. of our generation.

Failure in health and housing is
bad. enough in the sufferings it
inflicts upon the citizens, But a
bull loose in the china shop vt
foreign affairs at this criticel time
could spread death and disaster
not only across Britain but across
the world

Mr, Attlee should pluck up his
courage, let the interests of the
country weigh for once against

Research, predicted that in the future man:

made slaves” in the micro-organisms,

Sir Ben told a lunch of the Anglo-Gwedish | #** A

Society that if the human race is looking
round for slaves, “there they are, with no
trade unions to control their working hours
and with no morals, principles or social feel-
ings.

“In 50 years’ time we may be using micro-

organisms to make things not made by us
today.”

The noted British scientist said the world

harrow party interests, and put! used micro-organisms to some extent today,

Mr. Bevan in the political refrig-
erator,—L.E:'S.

but had to put a lot of chemical engineer-
ing into it. He added:

mediate points, then they should| ly extremely valuable.”

be so marked in order that inter-
mediate passengers may select
them, leaving the full
buses for the appropriate passen-
gers,

bus is not suitable for rush hours| of scientists discovered in a lake in Africa

when queues should be formed so

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St. Lawrence,
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7, 1950

Exhibition

PRIZE LIST

@ from page 3
( OPEN TO PEASANTS ONLY)

CLUMP OF CANES
AO.V.—J. Young
FIELD VEGETABLES
diruit—6 only.—John Perkins.
rn, Guinea—2¢ heads.—John Hewitt.
Corn, Indian—24 heads.—Aaron Year-

Cassava, Roasting—25 Ibs. — Mal
Plantation, —

Cassava, Poisonous—25 Ibs. — Malvern
Plantation.

s, China—20 Ibs.— -
ation Malvern Plant

Eddoes, Nut—20 Ibs.—Ruth Bovell.
Eddoes, Seal Top—20 Ibs.—Castle Grant.
fatoce, “Sweet (Bat 238 ee ba:
, Sweet (B.44)— .—Mal-

ves Plan \o roe

tatoes, Sweet (Carol: —25
—Malvern Plantation. yan ~*
coe (A.O.V.)—25 Ibs.—Mrs. J. W.

r.

Potatoes lish— oad
c “aig English—5 lbs.—Mrs. J. W.
Iron Rod Pumpkin—3 only. — C. M.
» A =
one ny other variety, 3 only.

‘Vegetable Marrow—3 only—Ivan Clarke

Yams, Lisbon Bottle —25 ~
Edgar, St. 3 iM. ~~ 3
‘ams, Cc al
Gfant. in Coconut—25 Ibs.—Castle

Yams, Horn—25 Ibs.—-H. R. Farmer.
Yams, Crop-—25 Ibs.—H. R. Farmer.
Yams, Oriental—25 Ibs.—H. R. Farmer.
GARDEN VEGETABLES
Arrowroot—5 Ibs.—John Perkins.
Artichokes—5 Ibs.—Carlton Clarke.
Beetroot—12 only.—Earnest L. Alleyne.
Cabbage—6é only.—John Perkins.
Carrots—12 only.—C. W. Brathwaite.
Cauliflower—3 only — Me Ivor Arm-
ry—6 only.—Ursel Smith.
Chives—2 Ibs.—E. W. Brathwaite.
ee -I2 only. — Adina Brath-
Cucumbers—6 only.—Roosevelt Bullen.
Egg Plant—6 only.—Erdiston College.
Eschalot, Green.—5 lbs.—Erdiston Col-

exe.
Penalt, Drv eae de Leiza
. fre: —! —J. Ww.
aedies, ly Trea Ibs.—J. W

Leeks—12 only.-Erdiston College.
Lettuce, Green—12 heads, — E.

a eetiace, eads

uce, nonette—12 h —E.W.

Brathwaite. ae S
Okras—48 only.—E. W. Brathwaite.



Onions—12 only,—E, W. Brathwaite.
Peppers, mixed.—Ursula Smith.
wee Sweet—12 only.—E. W. Brath-
ec.

Pulse—(a) Beans, Bush—5 Ibs.—E. W.
Beanie: . ‘.
ans, French—5 Ibs. — Aaron
Yearwood.
fc) Beans, Lima—S Ibs. — Greford
Clazk

e.
(d) Bonavist—5 Ibs, — E. W. Brath-
waite.

‘e) Black Eyes or Rounceval—2 Ibs.

in Pod.—Blanche Greenidge.

(f) Peas. Pigeon—5 lhs.—S, Sargeant.
Radishes—24 only—E, W. Brathwaite.
Sorrel—5 Ibs.—E, W. Brathwaite.
Tornatoes, Marglobe or Similar.—J. W.

Chandler,
Turnips—12 only.—¥- U. Alleyne.

FRUIT
Apples, Golden—12 only.—Ruth Bovell.

Apples, Sugar—6 only. — Macdonald
rke.
Basanas, Cavendish, Bunch, — Ruth
veil.

Bananas, Silk Fig, Bunch,—Ruth Bovell

Bananas, Gros Michael, Bunch.—Edgar |} Le:

St. Hill.

wa :—(a) Citrons—3 only.—M. Har-
(b) Grapefruit—6 only. — A. -

done a \y. A. Year.
(ce) mons—12 only.—G. Hi
(d) Limes, Lisbon—ia Sain Cask

Cox of
(e) Limes, A.O.V.--12 only, —
Grant Plantation. a stay
(f) Mandarins or Tangerines—12 only
aneen Soar weee,

(g) Oranges, Sweet—6 — . J.
w. aye see
( ranges, S le—6 .—Geo
Suet, s, Sevill only. rge

(J) Shaddocks—3 only (Sweet) — G.
we Shaddock: rege!
) Shaddocks—3 (for —
Castle ance aentation, 2 mee
Coconuts, ater, lunch, (A.0.V.)—
A. A. B. Gill. ’ ;
Guavas (12)—George Hutson.
Melons, Cantaloupe or Musk~2 only—
Farmer,
Papaws—4 only.—Blanche Greenidge
Pears, Avocado (Bottle neck)—6 only—
oo gy ae
ars, Avocado (any other variety) ~
only.—C. M. Drayton. wis
Plantains, Bunch,—Castle Grant.
Beans, Bush—2 Ibs. — Hillaby Mixed
eeu
ans, String—2 Ibs. — th!
Boys’ School. eae
ee (Pis)—a Ibs.—St. John Baptist
‘ool.

pi (A.0.V.)—2 Ibs,—Hillaby Mix-
“Ailes aes or Rounceval—2 lbs in pod
TCnristophenes 6 ents Bcutboreuss
Tihuia, Gieryd=B: les. => Messeet Dewy
Tepes (Collection of not less than
SSudtratan saver Teper
ano lbs.—Southborough Boys’

Beets—6 only — Southborough Boys’

oe
arrots (long)—6
Boys' School only—Southborough

Carrots (Stump root ap
borough Boys eet od) 8 only—South:
elery— -—

school” eads Black Bess Mixed
ives—3 lbs.—St. Luke's Boys’ School
Eschalot (Gree ~ i
Bove’ Batok n)—3 Ibs. Boscobel
Eschalot (Dry)—3 Ibs. — Southborough

Boys’ School
Ginger, Yellow (Fresh)—2 tbs,—South-
)]

borough Boys’ School.

Keticer “Mepanetos' Sab Sta

Ss ignon » -

beret Boys’ School. aa nee

otatoes, English—: —Black Bess
Miled ‘Schoal O-S

Radishes—2 —! r
sie ¢s—24 only—Southborough Boys’

eerie 6 only — Southborough Boys’

Open to Head Teachers of the E!
Â¥ s lementary

For the best kept =~
C.D. Jordan ept School Garden.
Open to Peasants and Tenants of

For the best t G vi
Garden—John W. Herkine. mre
Open to Peasants and Tenants of

Sugar Estates
For the best kept Peasant Holding in
the Island, including live stock.—M. A.
Wilkinson; Leman Belle; J McD. Seale.
Open to Peasants and Tenants of
Susar Estates
For the best kept Cotton Plot—Ramon

Forde, om
AND FALERN'
Single distilled Rum, Setaibared
piers aes manufacture+West Indian

Single distilied R:
led Rum, coloured.
ent F's manufact
pF pe:
lied Rum, present year’
manufacture—West Indian Rum Ri nery

Single or Double distilled Rum, Col-
oured, Matured and bottled by Mer-
chants for Household Use—Stuart &
Sampson.

Single or Double distilled Rum, Col-
oured, Matured, Blended and Bottled
by ae ints for Household Use—John

., Taylor.

Liqueur Falernum—dnce & Co

+. pres-
Indian

Commercial Falernum-—- Stuart
Sampson.

Rose, Polyanthia, Single Specimen —
Two ist. Prizes—Mrs. R. F. Parkinson.

Roses, Polyantha, 3 Specimens, all
different—Mrs. J. Wilkinson.

Rose, Radiance Single Specimen.
Two Ist Prizes—Miss Ruth Feldman.

Rose, A.O.V., Single Specimen —
Four ist Prizes—Mr. Fred Simpson.

Roses, A. O. V. 3 Specimens, all differ-
ent—Two ist Prizes—H. N. Leacock.

Roses, A. O. V. Collection, Mixed
Colours—Two ist Prizes H. N. Leacock.

Salvia, Single Specimen—Mrs. J. W
Chandler.

Salvia, 3 Specimens, all
Mrs. J. W. Chandler.
Salvia, _ Collection,
Mrs. J. W. Chandler.
Single Specimer—Miss E

other than

different—
Mixed Colours—

Tithonia, Collection—Mrs. O. Sisnett.
Zinnia, Miniature, Single Specimen—
Mr. B. Nurse.

innia, Miniature, 3 Specimens, all
different—Miss E. Shepherd.

Zinnia, Miniature, 6 Specimens, a!

different—Miss E. Shepherd
Zinnia, Miniature,
Colours—Mrs. J
Zinnia, A. O. V.
Miss E. Shepherd.
Zinnia, A. O. V., 3 Specimers, all dif-
ferent—Miss E. Shepherd
Zinnia, A. O. V., Collection,
Colours—Miss E. Shepherd
A. QO. V., not specified above,
Specimen—Three Ist Prizes 4
Marson, N. Armstrong, H. N
— ws Y. Collection, rot
above—Two ist Prizes—Mrs
Miss E. Shepherd

Collection, Mixed
W. Chandler

Single Specimen—

Mixe:

Single
Victoi
Leacock

"|= comes out
in the flavour !

specified s®
Conduit, AOSMTs 4. B. LESLIE & CO. LTD., P.O. BOX 216, BRIO

Gollection-of the Largest "Variety H
| Flowers—Two ist. Prizes—Mrs. Hf
Conduit.

Austin, Mrs.
| HAND BOUQUETS

Floral Bouquet—Mixed flowers
colours—Mrs. O. Sisnett.

Floral Bopquet—One yariety of flower
j and colour Mise E. Shepherd

Bridal Boug Mrs. J. Wiiliam
ve” Victorian | Bouquet—Mrs G

Button Hale
Wi

and

(other than orchids)—
by t= ‘arren.

‘ay orchids only)—MyYs A. WN
Amstrong

Presentation Batket of
Mrs. C. Weatherhead.

OKCHID PLANTS | IN
FLOWER IN POTS

Cattleya;
Catlleyas
Chenery.
Cattleya’ Laclia—Miss O. De Rocha.
Cetlleyas Hybrid—-Miss E. B Cox.
Gattleyas Species—Mr. F. A. Hunte
Dendrobium Hybrid—Mr. F. A. Hunte.
Dendrobium: Phalaenopsi—Mr. R. F
Pagkinson,
drobium Phalaenopisis — Schroed-
Miss B. L. Young.
jum Species—Mis: F. A. Hunte.
Superbiens—Dr. P. O'Neal.
Epidendrum €Epiphytecal -- Mrs. L
Nicholls,
Oncidium Ampliatum—Madaime Ifill
Spathoglottis—Mis« E. Shepherd.
A.O.V. . not ifea above,
specimen—-R. F. rkinson,
Three specimeng, all differeni specie
R. F. Parkinson.

GROWING PLANTS IN
FLOWER IN POTS OR
TUBS

Anthurium, single specimen
Simeou’Clerke.
Anthurium, single specimen (any other
ecolour)--Miss Shepherd.
Anthurium, 3 specimens, al) different—
Mrs. H, N. Leacock.
Begonia stemle's,
Begonia with stem, single specimen—
Mrs, Frank Hutson. Two Ist prize’.
Chrysanthemum, single specimen—Gov-
ermment House—Two first prizes
Dianthus single specimen
cock.
janthus, 3 specimens, all differént—
Goyernment House.
rbera, single specimen—Government

Flowers

Brossn—Mrs. L
iiasso-Laeli: —

Nicholls
Miss B

single

(Pink!—

single specimen —

H. N.

Howe.

Clerantinte, single specimens—Govern-
ment House.

Cladioli, single specimen—Government

House,

Lilies (Amaryllis), single specimen—
H. N. Leacock.

Lilie (Eucharist, single specimen)—
Government House.

Marigold French, single specimen-—

H. N. Leacock,

Zinnia Minicture, single specimen
E. Shepherd.

Zinnia Miniature, 3 specimens, all dif-
ferent:—Mrs. Austin.

Zinnia A.O.V., single specimen.—Miss
E. Shepherd.

Any other variety flowering plant, not
specified in any of the above sections.
Three ist prizes—Government House,

Miss

ORNAMENTAL FOLIAGE
PLANTS

Alocassia, »o’e specimer —Mrs, H. N.
acock

Alocassia, 3 Specimens, all different.—
Simeon Clarke

Anthurium, Single Specimen—Two Ist
prizes.—Government House.

Aralia, Single Specimen, — Simeon
Clarke
Aralias, 3 Specimens, all different—

Simeon Clarke.
Asparagus, Single Specimen.—Mrs, H.
N. Leacock.

Begonia, Rex, Single Specimen. — F.
Marshall.

Cactus, Single Specimen.—Mrs. Herbert
Greaves.

Conifer, Single Specimen—Mrs. Cyril
Weatherhead.

Croton, Single Specimen. — Two Ist

prizes.—Simeon Clarke.
Crotons, 3 Species, 11 different--Two
1st prizes,—C. deLisle Inniss.
Crotons, 6 Species, all different,—Two
lst prizes.—Government House.
Caladiums, Single Specimen.—Two ist
prizes,Simeon Clarke.
Caladiums, 3 Specimens, all different.—
Two Ist prizes.—Simeon Clarke.
Dracaena, Single Specimen.—Mrs. H.
N._ Leacock.
Dracaera, 4 Specimens,
Simeon Clarke. ‘
Marantas, Single Specimen.—Gov¥ern-
ment House
(a) Caryota spp. (fish tail)—Mrs. J.
H. Wilkinson.
(b) Chrysalidocarpus
Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson,
(g) Ptychosperma Macarthurii.—Mrs,

all different—

Lutescens. —

J. H. Wilkinson
(h) Thrinax spp.—Mrs. J. H. Wilkin-
sen
(i) A, O. V.
Palms, 3 Specimens, all different.—

Mrs. J, Wilkinson.

Peperomia or Water Melon Begonia,
Single Specimen.—F. Marshall

Poinsettia, (Single), Single Specimen.—
Government House.

Poinsettia, (Double), Single Specimen.
—C. deLisle Inniss

A.O:V. of Ornamental Plant not speci-
fied above—Three Ist prizes. Mrs. N,
Leacock,

FERNS

Adiantum, Farleyense, Single Specimen
—Mrs, W. O. Sisnett.

Kalk, Maiden Hair, Single Speci-
men.—Mrs, W, O. Sisnett.

Adiantums, 3 Specimens, all different.
—S. N, Clarke.

Adiantums, 6 Specimens, all different.
—Mrs. W. O. Sisnett.

Duvalia, Single Specimen—Mis. W. O.
Sisnett.

Davalia, 3 Specimens,
Miss E, Shepherd.

Golden Fern, (Fine), Single Specimen,.—
Mrs. W. O, Sisnett

Golden Fern, Single Specimen.—Mrs.
Ww. O. Sisnett

Silver Fern, Single Specimen—S. Clarke

A.O.V. of Fern not specified above.—
Mrs. W. O. Sisnett.

Ferns, 3/Specimens, all different.—Mrs.
S. N. Clarke.: °

PLANTS IN BASKETS
sary Single Specimen.—Mr. H. N. Lea-

enc
Ferns, 3, Specimens, all different.—Mr.
H. N. Leacock.

all different.—





ONE HAT YOU



WON First and Special Prizes for cakes yesterday

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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Asparagus,
N. Leacock.
A.O.V. Single Specimen.

Single Specimen.—Mr.

Miss B. John

son
GRAFTED OR BUDDED
PLANTS

Avocado Pear

Citrus :
‘a) Grape Fruit.-Henry Miller
'b) Orange.—Henry Miller.
tc) A.O.V.—

Mango.—Henry Miller.

Manufactured And Miscel-
laneous Articles
ARTISAN’S WORK

Engine Fitters’ Work.—The Barbados
Foundry Ltd

(a) Tinsmiths’ Work (all measures must
bear the Government Stamp).—A. Ince

tb) Tinsmiths’ Work, otherwise A
Watson.

Forging _in Iron, not machined or filed

-Alfred Estwick.

Machined Article in Brass (not to be
finished with emery, filing, or polishing,
etc.)}—The Barbados Foundry Ltd

Machined Article in Cast Iron (not to
be finished with emery, filing, or polish-
ing, ete.)

Machined Article in Steel (not to be
finished with emery, filing, or polishing,
etc.)—The Barbados Foundry Ltd.
agent Smiths’ Work, including Braz-
ing.

(a) Miscellaneous.—Lione!l Alleyne
(b) Miscellaneous.—W. Thomas

WOOD-WORKING

CABINET MAKERS
Wardrobe.—George
Dining Table.—R

“TORK
Harris.
A. Griffith

Book Case or China Cabinet.—Hubert
Haynes.

Dressing Table.—George Harris.

Chest of Drawers or Desk.—R. A
Griffith.

Sideboard.—Hugh Walcott.

Fancy or Occasional Table. — Colin
Moore.

Trolley or Tea Table.—George Harris
Baars Chairs (one pair).—-Lionel Dan-
1

Upright Chairs (‘one pair) Joseph
Alleyne

Upholstered Furniture.Callyne Hinds
A.O.V Chairs (one pair)—Callyne
Hinds

Table or Chair Legs, turned.—Coleridge
Belle.

Chairs seated with rush or screw pine
—St. Philip Boys’ School

MISCELLANEOUS WORK

Work in twine, comprising Hammocks,

Horse, Fish, Tennis or Cricket nets.—St
Martin's Boys’ School
Work in Thread (Fish Nets) — Christ

Church Boys’ School,

Sisal Grass or fibre
Boys’ School,

Two Market
Boys’ School,

One Fancy Basket.—G. Riley.

Pair Brooms or Brushes. —
Church Boys’ School

Hat made from locally grown materia!
—A. Bramble.

Garden Ornaments in Local Stone.—A
Phillips.

- Christ Church

Baskets.—Christ Church

Christ

Geranium, Single Specimen.—Mrs. J. H.
Wilkinson.

Gerbera, Single Specimen.—Mrs.
cod O'Neale

Gerbera, 3 Specimens,
Mrs. Bernard Conduit,

Gerbera, 6 Specimens,
Mrs, Bernard Conduit,

Gerbera, Collection,
Master David Hewitt.

Gladioli, Single Svecimen.—Mrs.
Leacock

Pres-
all different.—
all different

Mixed Colours:—
H. N.

Hybiscus, Single Specimen,.—Victor
Marson

Hybiscus, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs. John W. Chandler

Hybiscus, Collection, Mixed Colours
Mrs. Bernard Conduit
Ixora, Single Specimen.—Mrs. Yarde

Lilies (Amaryllis) Single Specimen
Mrs. H. N. Leacock
Lilies (Eucharist) Single Specimen

Mrs, John W, Chaidler
Lities (A.O.V.) Single Specimen.-
B. Collins

~Miss

Marigold. French, Single Specimen
Mrs. H. N. Leacock,
Marigolds, French, Collection Mrs.

Frank Hutson.

Marigold, African, Single Specimen.—

Mrs. Frank Hutson

Marigolds, African, Collection Mrs.
Frank Hutson

Pentas, Single Specimen.—-Miss J. Dray
ton

Pentas 3 Specimens, all different
Miss J. Dravton

Pentas Collection, Mixed Colours
Mirs Jean Drayton

Petunia, Single Specimen Mrs
H. N_ Learoet’

DAIRY AND FOOD
PRODUCTS

PRESERVED FRUITS, JELLIES |

ETC.:
Jelly :

|
(a) Guava 2 one-lb. bottles.—Audrey |

‘\@ AGAIN AVAILABLE !!

Murray.
(bi Cherry 2
Haynes,
Jam:
(a) Cherry
McChlery.
(b) Guava 2 one-Ib.
J. Wood.
(ec) Golden Apple 2 one-lb. bottles,-
Miss J. E. Williams
id) Pineapple 2 one-lb, bottles.—Miss
E. J. Wood.
(e) Sorrel 2 one-Ib bottles.—Miss M.
Stoute
(f) A.O:V. 2 one-lb. bottles. — St.
Patrick School.
Marmalade :
(a) Grapefruit 2
Mrs. H. V. St. Aubyn
Guava Stewed 2 one-Ib. bottles —Miss

one-Ib. bottles.—

2 one-lb. bottles.—U

one-Ib, bottles.—



And what goes in ? Why, pure

sugar; wheat, fresh eggs and butter—

togethér with the experience that

has made Huntley and Palmers famous the
whole world over. So many thrilling
vasieties to choose from—lusciously-filled

* Castard Creams ' and ‘ Reading Creams’,
meltingly-delicious ‘Shortcake ' . .

oven-freeb, sealed in tins and } Ib.

OF por ormrmane
pet errmsecruness 10 «= tome Creett




”

. all
Freshpaks.

HUNTLEY & PALMERS

piscurrs

delicious
wholesome
and nutritious ,

'
H. |

| Farmers
At Exhibition

farmers in nearty every r-!
ish of the island came into Britge- |
town yesterday for the Annual '
Exhibition that is being held in |
Queen's Park.

In St. Thomas there was a rush
by the farmers for the buses so
that they could arrive in town in
time to see what they had done at
Lhe Exhibition.

Farmers in Martin’s Bay, -St.
John also had a busy time catch-
ing the buses and travelling was
not so good as huge baskets and
tways were also brought into the
buses by the women.

At Belleplaine, St. Andrew,
most of the youth were playing
games as their parents set off for
the town, Some of the boys who
had the day off from school pre-
ferred to play cricket and amuse
themselves for the day.

Buses coming from Holetown,
St. Peter, to Bridgetown were
packed and many waiting for them
were left behind.

Although there was much traffic
nm the road the Sub-Station at
Black Rock said that no accidents
took place.



M. Shepnerd
Guava Cheese, 2 Ibs,~
Preserves. (DRY)
‘a) Ginger L lb, Jessie Mayers
: ‘b) Shaddock Rind—1-lb.—-W. M
Chler
(ce) Lemon Rind—1 Ib.—A. Murray
(d) Grapefruit Rind—1-Ib. Sybil
Arthur

Preserves in Syrup,—Miss Sybil Arthur.

Home made Fudge, 2 tbs.—Domestic
Science Class, Carrington Girls’ School,

Home made Sweets, A.O.V. 2 Ibs.—
Miss Monica Inniss

FLOUR AND STARCH

Farine, Cassava, 2 lbs--E. Hinkson
Flour, Cassava 2 lbs—Iris Thorpe
Flour, Indian Corn—E. Hinkson
Flour, Guinea Corn—F. Clarke
Flour, A.O.V.—Samue} Clarke
Flour, Cassava—Blanche Greenidge
Flour, A.O.V,—W, Davis

BREAD AND CONFEC.-
TIONERY

Bread—Plain (or
for sale; 6 loaves,

Miss Wood

Mc

salt) manufactured
standard size, re-
tailing at 6e., 8c., and 10c., two each
J. & R. Bakeries
Butter Bread, 2
i0c.,—Purity Bakery
Plain Sweet Bread, manufactured for
sale, 3 loaves, standard size, retailing
at 8¢.—J, & R. Bakery
Machine Sweet Bread, 4 loaves, stand-
ard size, retailing at 8c, and l2ec., 2
each—Herbert’s Bakery
Home made fancy
loaves—W. Grimes
Whole-wheat meal Bread, manufac
tured for sale: 3 loaves, standard size
J. & R, Bakery
Cassava Bread—12
Weekes
Christmas or
& R. Bakery
Fruit Cake (not
Girls’ School
Mixed Cakes—24—Mrs. J. P
Fancy Biscuits—1 Ib St
Girl,’ School

loaves retailing at

sweet bread, 2

cakes—Miss lla
Wedding Cake,

iced

iced)—Grace_ Hil!

Foster
Phillips’

BUTTER

Bowls—1 lb

EGGS

white

Butter in Mrs. F. H

Farmer

One dozen Eges—Mrs Ss
Arthur
One
Arthur
One

Arthur

brown Eggs—Mrs Ss

dozen

tinted Eggs—Mrs. $8

dozen

PICKLES

ia) Mixed, 2 one-lb. bottles—-Mariam
(bi Not mixed, 2 one-lb. botties
(each different)—Mrs, E. Storey
{ Hot Sauce—Mrs J. E. Williams



. M
bottles —Miss E a

Chutney—Miss B. M. Parkinson
Peanut Butter—St, Patrick Schoo!



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at these

box original price $2.46

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PIVERS COLOGNES—ass
original price $2.00

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box, original price $2.28 box
BRONNLEY’S BATH SOAP—small cakes—3 to

BRONNLEY’S, BRILLIANTINE in Jasmin and
Violet—original price .72c. ...............
ANZORA VIOLA HAIR CREAM original prices

LAUREL RAZORS and UTILITY KNIVES orig-

: SOIR DE PARIS FACE POWDER original prices

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Withdrawal

From page 1

Ruby Baird Wins

“Your Guess”
RUBY BAIRD of

Hindsbury

Austrahan Mustangs reported . 7 . " , Y

complete destruction of Kokehat Road, Ms Michael yesterday be-

normally a town of 5,000 popula- |C#me the first woman to win the

tion : Advocate’s “Your Guess” Compe*
Rumours here of a “punkirk”y Ution and secured the $5.00 pri

os to the question:
eet?” Complete secrecy has been
maintained about the movements

fof the huge armada of warships

and transports which landed the
victorious army at Inchon 11
weeks ago and then sailed around
to the east coast.

The only news released has
been that a few Commonwealth
were blockading the
mouth of the Yalu River to pre-
Communist movement
by sea.

If General MacArthur decided
to stand below the parallel he
could muster 200,000 troops
against a potential force of 850,000
attributed to the Communists, of
which 250,000 are estimated al-
ready committed.

But the United Nations would
have to have armoured and artil-
lery superiority as well as com-
plete control of the air.

—Reuter.

Stole Cloth:
Fined £10

A fine of £10 to be paid in 14
days or in default three months’
imprisonment with hard labour
was imposed on Gordon Prescod,
a labourer of Carrington Village,
yesterday by His Worship Mr. H.
A. Talma,

Prescod was found guilty of
the larceny of 8 yards of linen
valued at £5 18s, &d., the pro-
perty of A. E. Taylor & Co., Ltd.
on November 18





Beggar Gets Three Months

Sentence of three ‘months’ im-
prisonment was passed on James
Sealy, a labourer of Orange Hill,
St. James, by His Worship Mr
A. J. H. Hanschell yesterday for
begging alms on Broad Street on
December 6, Sealy also appealed

One Month For Stealing

Olfrick Lovell of Goodland, St.
Michael, was sentenced to one
month’s imprisonment with hard
labour by Mr. A. J. H. Hanschell
yesterday for stealing a quantity
of articles valued at $1.13 from
Dr. Manning of Eagle Hall some
time between December 5 and 6
Lovell appealed.

Sudden Death
Cecil Gittens alias “Night Man”
of Goodland’s Tenantry collapsed

and died last night shortly after
7 o'clock near the Empire The-
atre, Probyn Street. His body

was taken to the Public Mortuary.

Sisters Of Mercy

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 2.
The Sisters of the Dominican

Order who spent over 40 years
nursing the inmates of the
Chachacachare Leper Asylum
have terminated their contract
with Government through His
Grace the Archbishop of Port-
of-Spain, Dr. Finbar Ryan. H's
Grace, was however, fortunate
to secure the services of the
Sisters of Mercy to replace them.
These Sisters are qualified for
the carrying out of this work,
and many of them have already
taken over,

Spurling Transferred
To Gambia

(From Our Own Correspondent!
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 4
Mr. Anthony Cuthbert Spurling,
Trinidad’s Solicitor General, has
been transferred on promotion to
Gambia, West Africa, as a Puisne
Judge. Salary of a Judge of the
Gambia Supreme Court is $640

a month.



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box....... 10: &
bee NOW 48

Lesson Mabie now 36c, and AS
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Eiere/téleaebiivese rs now 30 3
’td Flower Scents &
angen shin beseeetanataneed now 1.44 &
&
BEd niente 42c. and = .28 @&
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now .20 G
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winners of th
competition. Hers was the first
envelope opened by the Editor
eontaining the correct answer to
“Where is this?” It was a photo
of Harmony Hall, Christ Church,
after the Flood of August 31-—
September 1 last year.

Others guessed it was a road
after the flood, but did not place
the road correctly. For instanec
one put it down as River Road
after the flood and another as
Land's End, Fonfabelle, Still an-
other hazarded the guess that the
place was ill-fated Halls Road,



10 BELIEVED KILLED
IN R.A.F. PLANE CRASH

GIBRALTAR, Dec. 6.

Ten people aboard a Royal Ait
Force Wellington bomber which
crashed in Spain yesterday were
presumed to have been
killed,

The Wellington was one Oot
eight which left Shawbury, Shrop-
shire yesterday morning on a
training flight during which they
met rough weather and thunder-
storms.

Four of the aircraft landed at
Tangier and three at Gibraltar.
The lost plane crashed near Denia
on a mountain range in Alicante
province. Rescue parties which
went out yesterday were caught
in a snowstorm.

—Reuter.



PAGE FIVE



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Confectionery Biscuits Liqueurs,
Boxes Fry’s Assorted Tins Peek Frean’‘s Wi .
ines, Ete. :
Chocolates ............ $2.09 Playbox Biscuits . $1.20 j
Boxes Nesiles Peek F 4 Bottles Green 5
Assorted Ten yeee Tees Chartruese ............ $7.50
Chocolates .......... 1.19 Cheeselets ........ 1.24
Tins Palm Toffee Tins Peak Frean’'s Bottles D.O.M. ........ 5.78
97 — .67 — .46 Martini Crackers ., 1.64 » Drambui ........ 6.00
Boxes Fry's Hazel Nut Tins Carr’s Club
Chocolates Cheese Biscuits... 1.00 ae al
$2.02, $1.89, 1.06 Tlie SeaMonkey naga anon i
Bottles Pesonl's tion Biscuits S14. . | Pee Shetewe
Fruit Drops .... $ .56 .49 Tins Jacob's a % SHOT os ssscvenssccassse 2.16
Tins Pascall’s Glucose Ras: actitts 2.06 Bottles Paarl Twany
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Tins Pascall’s Fruit Tins Jacob's Variety
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Tins Pascall’s Fruit Tins Crawford's Tar- » Wincarnis
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER

7, 1950



CLASSIFIED ADS.|

TELEPHONE 2508

Casein



DIED
MANNIN G- “TRG, wie o
Charies J. Manning, aot
Palm Beach, Funeral will
leave the tate residence at 4.30 p.m
to-day for the Westbury Cemetery
Friend: are invited.
ROSIE KNOWLES
VI LEIDDELOW.

the late Dr.
her residence











7.12.50—in
IN MEMORIAM
IN loving memory of my dear Aunt
KATE FORDE, who departed this life on
7th Decemb #47.
Days of adness still come o'er me
Tears in silent often flow
Memory keeps you ever near me

Though you left three years ago.
Ever to be remembered by her loving
niece Olive Byer, New York City
7.12.50—In



In memory of ST. CLAIR HARDING
who died on December 7, 1944.

Days of sadness still come cer me,

Secret tears still freely flow,

You are as fresh in my memory, dear

St. Clair

As 6 year: ago on this earth below.

Ever to be 1emembered by your wife,
Helena and fami}. 7.12,50-—'n.

FOR SALE





AUTOMOTIVE
CAR—One (1) Forde 10 in perfect
working order, tyres good, always Owner
Driven Dial 4239. 7.12.50—4n





Morris uioon 19 h.p, Car
s condition New battery
Owner driven. Phone

7.12.50—t.i.n.





CAR—19.
in First C
and good
2459





CAR—Hillman

3948 «perfect running
order, alway

owner driven. Call 2672,
6.12.50—Sn,





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

5.12.50—3n.

ELECTRICAL

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

1.12.50—6n.

*URNITURE

CHAIRS—Sturdy
a2 Walnut,







Chairs well finished |
or Mahogany. Suitable for |
Office and Home. Only $5.40 each.

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





FAN MILL—10 ft. diameter “Woods
Mill” with self-oiling Head, 60 ft. tall,
é-post Tower, 3% Syphon Pump — in|
good working | order Price $350.00 as
it stands, Dial 4506 6.12,50—1n.







TYPEWRITERS Olympia Portsble
Typewriters. Another shipment Just
arrived. See these fine machines before
otherwise committing yourself. Apply:
A. G. St. Hill. Phone 3199,

1,12.50—7n. e.0.d,

MISCELLANEOUS

ALARM CLOCKS
Nickel plated Cases
Hands and Figures.





In coloured and
Plain or Luminous
Very reliable make



and good timekeepers. Prices from
$3.20 to $3.65 each. C. F, Harrison &
Co., Broad Street. Telephone 2364.
6.12.50—3n,
GAGEME ARY -- Can you
imagine you get %2 beautiful scenerics
of the Island in the B'do: Engagement
Diery and the price is only 2/-. Obtajn-
abie — KNIGHT'S LTD. 7.12%50—3n,



GIFT SETS—Attractive Gift Sets of
Tea Spoons, Pastry Forks, Fruit Spoons,



Cocktail Sets and many others. Prices
ar low as $2.99 set. G. W. HUTCHINSON
& CO., LTD. Dial 4222.

2.°2.50—t.f.n,

MENTHOLATUM is a soothing, cooling
and healing balm for all Skin Irrita-
tions, including Piles ete,, ete., so keep
a supply handy in the home. Price
15 cents tin. Knight's Ltd. 6.12.50—3n.

lb.,





Rasins 40 c.







Sic.



per Currants

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



Bo ta asia ella

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 ton.
THANI BROS. Pr. Wm. Henry Street.
Dial 3466. 29.11.50—t.f.n.

TEA SETS—A most useful and attrac-
tive Gift. 24 piece Tea sets in several
designs and decorations, Prices as low
as $9.95 set, G. W. HUTCHINSON & CO.,
LiD. Dial 4222. 2.12 50—t.f.n

WINTER OVERCOAT and Woollies
Chest 4446 — Telephone 3085
6.12.50.--3n.





Ba a ce na aenian aati
ZOFLORA—Perfumed disinfectant con-
fairing D.D.T. A_ powerful fragrant
antiseptic germicide—excellent for the
sick room, public rooms, offices etc
Obtainable at all leading store).

28.11.50—7n.

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FOR RENT
HOUSES

VILLE ' The Stream
furnished, 3 bed-
und drawing room











“DIAMOND
Christ Church.—Fully

rooms, dining room vin
For particulars dial 2377. 7.°2.50—2n

UNFURNISHED FLAT — At “BRIAR-
FIELD" with Garage, Lower Callymore
Rock, St. Michael, Dial 3472. . Blair
Bannister. 6.12.50—t f.n.












a

VI-VILLA at St. Lawrence Gap near
the church. It consists of open Veran-
dah. Drawing and Dining Rooms, 3 Bed-
rooms, Water toilet and Bath. Now
vucant Apply to D’Aroy A. Scott,
Magazine ‘one. 6.12.50.—3n.

—$—$———ne

WANTED
HELP é

——$—$—$———
LERK for our Tailoring Establish-

AC
some knowledge of salesmanship

ment,





i . Apply: P. C. 8S. Maffei & Co.,

me me 5,12.50—8n.
—

; y — Apply G. Hudson

GARDEN_ BOY pp wis o

“Pendle”, Pine Hill.

Siete rnteh ene Ss me agg aE

UNIOR OFFICE CLERK—Temporary

ofee Assistant — crop time only. Apply

in writing enclosing Rte fe
7 wer e:

to H. A. Dowding, ~ ae

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MISCELLANEOUS

xES *— All kinds of Card Board
oan other than corrugated card

ind: Dept.
Apply Advocate B' tg to men

SCRAP GOLD and gold jewellery
bought, highest prices paid See your
Jewellers, Y. De Lima & Co, Ltd., 20,

idgetown.
Broad Street, Br sa ii cit.



PUBLIC NOTICES



NOTICE





BARBADOS

ADVOCATE



TAKE NOTICE
MENTMORE

That Mentmore Manufacturing
Limited, a Company registered
the laws of Great Britain, whose
or business address is Tudor

Co.

Grove

Wel Street, Hackney, London E. 9 Eng- |

land, trading as Manufacturers, has ap-
plied for the registration of trade

2

metk in Part “A”, of Register in con-

RAFFLE of the Doll dressed in 25] section with writing instruments, pens,

$1.00 notes from the Cemvent Fair was | fountain pens, Stylographic pens. Ball-

won by Ticket EB. 97, E. Lorde, Nurse! pointed pens and parts thereof; pen-

Land, 7.12.00. n. | fountain pens, stylographic pens, ball
wacigiaiie desk sets consisting of a stand for

pen and a pen and writing set: consis-

NOTICE ee 8 of a pee *< = arnt pencils, pro-

pelling pencils, balil-point pencils and

PARISH OF ST_ PHILIP parts thereof; pencil cases, leads fort

APPLICATIONS (in sealed envelope: | pencils, ink, ink wells, ink stands,

marke? on the outside, “Application for | ink biotter:, blotting pads, erasers,

post of Asses-or”) will be received by |, ulers and drawing pins, and will be

the undersigned not later than Tuesday
12th December 1950, for the port of
Assessor for this Parish.

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

monials.
Successful Applicant will assume

duties on 27th December 1950.
For further particulars apply on any
office day to—
P. S. W. SCOTT,
Clerk of the Vestry,



TAKE NOTIC
PLATIGNUM

That Mentmore Manufacturing Co.,
Limited, a company registered under the
laws of Great Britain, whose trade or
business address is Tudor Grove, Well
Street, Hackney, London, E. 9, England,
trading as Manufacturers, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A" of Register in connection with
writing instruments, pens, fountain
pens, stylographic pens, ball-pointed
pens and parts thereof; penholders, pen
nibs, pen stands, pen trays, desk sets
consisting of a stand for a pen and a pen
and writing sets consisting of a pen and
4 pencil; pencils, propelling pencils, ball-
pointed pencils and parts thereof; pencil
eases, leads for pencils, ink, ink wells,
ink stands, ink blotters, blotting Pads,
erasers, rulers and drawing pins, 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
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office,

Dated this 5th day of December, 1950

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
5.12 50—3n.



TAKE NOTICE >
LIBBY’S

That Libby, McNeill & Lib
poration organized and ons “anne
the Laws of the State of Maine, United
States of America, whose trade or busi-
ness address is Union Stock Yards, City
of Chicago, State of Illinois, U.S.A.,
has applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in con-
nection with foods and ingredients of
foods, and will-be entitled to register
the same after one month from the 5th
day of December 1950, unless some per-





son rs » the meantime give notice

in d 2 to me at my office of op-

posit! such registration. The trade

mark be seen on application at my
office

Dat his 5th day of December, 1950.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
5.12, 50—3n,

CARNATION

That Carnation Company, a corpora-
tion organized and (existing under the
jaws of the State of Delaware, U.S.A.,
whose trade or business address is
5045 Wilshire Boulevard City of Lo.»
Angeles, State of California, U.S.A., has
applied for the registration of a trade
nurk in Part “A of Register in con-
nection with »ll food products, inelud-
ing milk, butter, cheese, sweeted con-
densed milk, unsweetened evwporated
milk, evaporated skimmed milk, con-
densed sweetened skimmed milk, pow-
derec milk, malted milk, sterilized
cream, sterilized evaporated cream,
milk compounds, (skimmed milk and
vegetable fats) and ice cream, and will
be entitled to register the same after
one month from the 5th day of Decem-
ber 1950, unl@ss some person shall in the
meantime 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.

H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
5.12,50—8n.





~ TAKE NOTICE

That Libby, McNeill & Libby, a cor-
poration organized and existing under
the laws of the State of Maine, U.S.A.,
whose trade or business address is Union
Stock Yards, City of Chicago, State of
Illinois, U.S.A., has applied for the re-
wistration of a trade mark in Part “A”
of Register in connection with foods and
ingredients of foods, and will be entitled
to register the “same after one month
from the Sth day of December 1050,
unless some person shall in the mean-
time give notice In duplicate to me at
my office of opposition of such registra-;
tion. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my

Dated this

Registrar of Trade Marks.
5.12, 50—3n.



TAKE NOTICE
ALKA-SELTZER

That Miles Laboratories, Inc., a cor-
poration 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., has
applied for the registration of a trade
mark in Part “A” of Register in connec-
tion with medicated preparations in
tablet form for human use in making
seltzer water for the purpose of treating
acidity, and will be entitled to register
the same after one month from the 5th
day of December 1950, unless some per-
son shall in the meantime give notice in
duplicate to me at my office of opposi-
tion of such registration, The trade
mark can be seen on application at my

office,
Dated this 5th day of December, 1950.
H. WILLIAMS,
« Registrar of Trade Marks.
6.12 50—3n.



TAKE NOTICE
GROLSCH

That Naamloze Vennootschap Bierbrou-
werli “De Klok” (a limited Mability
company organized and existing under
the laws of the Kingdom of the Nether-
lands) whose trade or business address
is Brouwerijstraat 51, Enschede, Holland,
trading as Manufacturers and Merchants,
has applied for the registration of a
trade mark in Part “A” of Register in
connection bed bay and eee =
titled to register e same ai
month from the Sth day of December,
1950 unless some person shall
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration. The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.
ated this Sth day of December, 1950.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
$.12,50—2n.

ice.
Sth day of December, 1950, |
H, WILLIAMS,










en.tled to register the same after one
month from the 5th day of Dccember
950 unless some person shall in the
meantime 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
H, WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
5.12 50—3n

TAKE NOTICE
PEPSI-COLA

That Pepsi-Cola Company, a corpora-
tion organized under the laws of the
State of Delaware, whose trade or busi-
ness address is 3 West 57th Street, New
York, State of New York, United States
of America, Manufacturers, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A"' of Register in connection with
non-alcoholic carbonated beverages and
syrups for making the same, and will
be entitled to register the same after one
month from the 5th day of December
1950 unless some person shali in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to me
at my office of opposition of such regis-
tration, The trade mark can be seen on
application at my office.

Dated this 5th day of December, 1950

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
5.12 50—3n

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AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

By instructions received I will sell on
Friday, December 8th at Messrs. Cole
& Co's Garage, Probyn Street, (1) 1939-12
H.P. Morris Car, (1) 1937-14 H.P.
Vauxhall. Both must be sold. Sale at
2 p.m. Terms cash.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer
3.12.50-—-4n

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
LUMBER

We will sell on FRIDAY, the 8th
<. H. Kinch & Co., Ltd,
in Fairchild Street.

4,000 feet White Pine.

Sale 12,30 o'clock. Terms Cash.

BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.

Auctioneers
6.12.50—2n

REAL ESTATE

SHARES—W. I. Biscuit Factory Ltd.
(80). Apply HUTCHINSON & BAN-
FIELD, Solicitor. 6.12,50—On

CHATTEL DWELLING HOUSE. situate
at Upper Dayrellg Road, Christ Church,
containing. Closed gallery, Drawing and
Dining Rooms, Two bedrooms, Kitcher
end outoffices together with the palings
and Water and Electric Fitting». Land
can be rented. For inspection apply to





at
Warehouse





the tenant, Miss Doris Straker, Dres»-
maker or direct to ;Fred J. Ashby,
Churchwarden’'s Office, Parochial Build-

ings,

Phone 4159. 3.12.50—3n,





“KINGSLEY'—2nd Avenue, Belleville
This desirable residence faces the
Belleville Tennis Courts and contains
Drawing and Dining rooms, kitchenette
end open verandahs, and upstairs 3 bed-
rooms, 1 dressing room and usual offices
Garage and 2 gervants'’ rooms. The
whole area is 6,790 square feet.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs.
Lisle Bayley. Dial No, 3381
Friday,

Sale by public competition
15th December at 2 p.m,
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Lucas Street.

28.11.50—!0n.



ataiirre lad Satis ccapern Draken

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

Inspection by appointment any
exeept Sunday. Phone 3983.

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

day

CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Lucas Ttreet, Bridgetown.
1.12,50—6n.
TWO HOUSES—Board and shingled,
Practically new in Fitts Vilage, St. James,
One 16x 9x 9 ft. And One (1) 20 x 10
Shed 20 x # ft. wth Kitchen attached
Apply to S. Jordan on premise i an
7.12.50



gn



a
VIOLET VILLE—Lower Bank Hall
Cross Road. Inspection any day except
Sundays between the hours of 8 a.m
and 4 p.m For particulars Dial 3938
or 5.12.50—3n

—__________
“LASCELLES"—Worthings, Ch. Ch.,
containing one closed gallery and two
(2) open verandahs, drawing ané
dining rooms, 3 bedrooms feach with
running water), breakfast room anc
kitchen, usual conveniences including
gas. Servants’ rooms and garage in
yard, also ¢ number of fruit trees,

s dial 2824
For further particulars ey ee



I Acre 1 Rood 33% Perches of land
situate at McClean’s Gap, Brittons Hill,
abutting on, lands of Clarke, Lynch,
Smith, Louise Johnson and Me
Clean’s Gap aforesaid

Excellént site for development.

Inspection on application on the pre-
mises. ‘

‘The above property will be set up ‘or
sale by public Auction at our office,
151, Roebuck Street, Bridgetown, on
Friday the 8th December, at 2 p.m.

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

on




SALE OF PLANTS

By kind permission of the
Dean, a
.. SALE OF PLANTS ..
(Crotons, Palms, Orchids,
Gerberas, etc.
will take place on
FRIDAY, 8th December,
from 3—5 p.m.

— at —
Melbourne, Belmont Road,
(kindly lent by Miss
Farmer)

Part of proceeds for Poor
Relief Fund of St.
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The application of Clemmott Price ot
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| Sptrits, Malt Liquors, &c., at @ board
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Dated this 6th day of December, 1950
| To:—-H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Dist A”
| Sigmed ORMOND PRICE
|} N.B—This application will ‘be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held | *
at Police Court, Di trict “A" on Moncay, | (
the 18th day of December, 1950, at 11
o'clock, am j
H. A. TALMA, |
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7.12.50, |
| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Allan B. Knight of [-
The Garrison, St. Michael, for per-
mission to sell Spirits Malt Liquors, &¢.,
t Stifford House, The Garrison, St
Michael
Deted this Sth da of December, 1950.
To:—E. A. McLEBOD, :
} Police Magistrate, Dist. “A’ ‘
Signed G. Turney for
R. S. NICHOLLS & GO.,
for Applicant
N.B.—This opplication will be con-
| sidered at a Licensing Court to be held)

t Police Court,
the 5th day
1l o'clock, a.m,

District “A”
of Dechmber

on Friday
1950, at

E. A. McLEOD,
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MCC. Test Fight Has /|U.S. Controls

| Man Hates
Shaken Up Australia | Ceatrele





oe y nena . . aie aq|Korean soldiers while trying tuo
NE sorry for two Americans he had ying
Looking Out For Wil. Dr. Ajan icone aa wounded, surrendered recently toj""d the route. ;
new prices and wages boss, hopes|# First Cavalry Patrol after acting} ., ee hi a 2 sinew cane wie to aces at “a
(From Our Own Correspondent) he can persuade the American|@S the wounded men’s guide and the Stace Ps oe rr rai oe theue Genere! Post Office as uinder:— vd
LONDON, Dec. 6 people to deal with inflation |urse for two weeks me EF aspera sont a an a e a Parcel Mail, Registered Mail and
, : ; ’ themselves The reluctant Communist} #orean farmers. Both men were} Ordinary Mail at 10 a.m. on the sth
England's great fight in the first Test at Brisbane has] But, he warns, if they do not}|brought with him to safety two|'â„¢ bad shape from exposure and) December, 1860.
caused Australian selectors to shelve a team-building plan]put the brakes on themselves, ms an survivors of the bloody ot, a a Chinese eae
on which they were proposing to embark in view of the]the Government will “by cther]Nov. 2 surprise rout of a battalion soldie ails £ : $e a2
forthcoming West Indian tour of Australia. means of the Cavalry'’s Eighth Regiment., ed soldier accompanied | sur.) Tas Sioaed at the General Pox Office

Frank’ Rostron, Daily EF. eee These other means, now under

cricket writer. cabling from Bris- consideration, though not an-
bane says inne selectors SS nounced officially, include a

cked an orthodox team—t : ceiling on wages, as well as
e i a s price This would be tanta-



ingest available for the first

mount

to a form of rationing of }wounded and then

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

A Friendly Chinese Soldier

Hy Lee Ferrero

{that he once paid for two sweet



potatoes out of his own pocket

ON THE NORTHWEST FRONT Chan worked his way slowly
Korea. 4 toward American lines, at times

A chubby little Chinese soldier, bluffing his way past North

The Chinese identified himself|“!Virg Americans to safety and
as “Private Chan” and said only|'t, tended to substantiate oe

goat he was glad to be out of the}! other wounded Americans that
fighting. he

Chinese do not want to figi.:
both Americans, In ail such reportei

His American “prisoners,”
back} Cases the Chinese were former

nursed




win: tf hag priicineind : — items like new cars. to health by Private Chan, are Lt.| Vationlist soldiers pressed into
ng to blood ohe or two young- Dr. Valentine, whom Presi-| Louis Grizzard, Moreland, Ga.,j ‘°rvice by Chinese Communists.
players as a curtain raiser to dent Truman last month calledjand Pvt. Henry Hause, occa’ _ Maj. Gen. Hobart R. Gay of the

fhatches against the West Indics from a headmastership to leact | Mass. First Cavalry Division was =s9

mext year. his new Economic Stabilisation] The two Americans told a har-]appy to hear of Chan’s friendli -
“But after this sobering shake- Agency, is the man who will|rowing story of hiding out in}®ess that he offered him a job-—

up by the England side which by _|write the orders, if necessary, enemy territory for 16 days after} “i! he can cook.

mo means had th the Worst of play, Country Not Ready their battalion was cut off. Whether he can cook or not,

be shelved—
eye eerste: ne says Ros-

Though the Australian side { ir
ould not be =:
the M.C.C. as
ul young Austral »
py ina match sta -
the only like y
ropping of Jack
batsman.”

But the 49-year old
Yorker hopes to try all
methods first.

“What is the use of
a lot of rules and

New
other









hates all con-
and will employ them only

Dr Valentine

se “|| trols
Poca ee he
“When inflation hits a nation,”



ostron st its however tl.at
n and his selectors will have

wi ;
ie make some amendments ico
ot next Test plans in the light LEN HUTTON



in thevbatting list seems now a

back to United Nations lines as
best it
making | attempt
regulations |Opposition of such ferocity that
you may not be able fully to en-|to continue the

force?” he asks, “The country is| have been suicidal.

not ready, either economically i se, after twe

or psychologically, for blanket|days saw a single enemy soldier

controls,” approaching them from a nearby
hill. Grizzard said;

must the
handle one unarmed so'dier, but






Chan is the most popular Chines>
Red on the Northwest front.
—-I.N.S

The unit was ordered to get

could after a
met with Communist



mission would

Self Discipline

ST, ANNE, ALDERNEY,
Channel Islands.
At her own request Mrs. Jean
Jean (eq) of Alderney island, has
been barred from ‘the bars of the

Grizzard and Hause, after two

“We had a 45 and we figured
two of us could certainly

learned in the first he said, “somebody is bound to|he suddenly hurled a grenade atJisland’s ten hotels and saloons.
game. get hurt. Inequities are bound us.” ‘ Both Americans were Her action was officially sanc-
to follow. The task is to keep'wounded by the grenade and]tioned when Mrs. Jean went to
“thecbatling list geems now a Charles K. Os nee 08 I ie gees expected the coup de grace ati the island’s court and said “all

fatal failure to exploit the worl. Lanta, Sopaees: Saevicn:





any moment,

when the enermy

my matrimonial differences are



soldier came up to them. Then inlet
at Set pars wambedeed DE. ‘i Barone : 7 came a pleasant surprise. Hause ow oe Fiease put me on
night s loss of as wae > Ram’s Brother aT was stunned to find the J The court cial, aie and _
tragic quarter an hour. . s i ‘ ; -|Jean became the first of the
“Then I cannot see the u.- IN 11TH. ROUND iF ; Chinese soldier treating = MYT igjana’s. 1,445 lation in elev
t 1 . 4 sland’s 1,445 population in eleven
orthodox move of playing Mc!:.- I Of 34 Nominated wound. Then he apparently years to go on the wagon official-





of Sheppard or Pay --

in the Tost

starting on December 22 at M:\-
urne—especially as Sheppar.|’s} his
$0 far was agai sti ship title by knocking out
warsen . lelbourne.” Barone in the lith round
up from Brisba.e,| Both men are Americans.
Ww. A a O'Reilly. Australia’s grest-| Charles’ title is recognised by the
gict spin bowler delivers his \ -r- National Boxing Association. It
these words: “Althov e was Charles’ fifth battle since he
> the first Test by 70] won the National Boxing Associa-
cent display of tion’s version ‘of the championship

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 4
Thirty-four members have been

CINCINNATI, Dec. 5,
Ezzard Charles to-night retained
world heavyweight champion-

Nick Park Oval, for the forthcoming

Intereolonial cricket tournament
to take place in Barbados. The
list reveals a welcome bunch of
youngsters. Five of the players
who represented the West Indies
in England earlier this year are

wanted to help us when he found
we were Americans.”

po = ; D land the Chinese straggler ate and
invited to practise at the Queen’s slept as best they could until they
stumbled
Patrol.

owed
Chink,”
with affection,

ly for an indefinite period.—I.N.S.

Then for 14 days the Americans

Cost Of Prisoner

LONDON, Dec. 5.
Secretary Chuter Ede,
reported in a written reply toa
Parliamentary question that it
cost $9,80 a week to keep a prison-

into the First Cavalry
The two Americans said they
their lives to “Chan, the
and they spoke his name

Home

Grizzard told how the Red





sdeey's Len Hutton—I rank him oa ie included. Sonny Ramadbin is! .idier had even dickered for foo. ler in gaol, in England and Wales.
Se ee in = naa 2 Ther it wee his fet title aoe tants plains ae gag lg for them with North Koreans and —LN.S
today—w an inca , als
morale-builder for the Englend since Charles defeated Joe Louis|Ramadhin, because Sonny's| —~————— dethgies ipa ipse loath ied

team. last September to gain the New]prother Ramsamooj Ramadhin is
“They need no longer harbour | York State’s approval of his claim|among the 14 additional players
any doubts about their ability to] to the title.
Results Of



cope with the Australian attack.| Barone started working close
, batting as I have never] ‘with the opening bell, He pum-





sten him bat before, took control] melled Charles’ ribs but the ‘ T
the bowling so convincingiy | champion’s sharp-shooting left ? i
at it needed no use of the im-| had Barone’s nose red early, al- Yesterday 8 ening

gination to see him winning the] though he drew no blood,
game had he been given any real} Charles continued to keep his
support.” mid-section fully covered
the second round and his
moving left clipped Barone

MIXED DOUBLES
Mrs. C. Skinner and Mr.
from| J. H. C. Edgehill vs. Miss I
fast} Lenagan and Mr. G. H. Manning.
good] Unfinished,



y " several times. Mrs. R. S. Bancroft and Mr,
’ e ace The third round turned out to] P. MeG. Patterson beat Dr, and
be a give and take slugging| Mrs: Klevan: 6—0, 6—1.
match. Barone rallied at the] Mrs. M. Legge and Mr. C. A.

.| finish and started slipping Charles
at long range.

Barone had his best round in

: LONDON,
A scheduled “Rallye Alcoho- | the

Patterson beat Miss P. Wilson and
Mr. A. M. Wilson; 6—2, ’
Miss G. Benjamin and Mr. E.

fourth as he began mixing] A. Benjamin beat Miss P. King
que’ auto race to match|some long punches with his] and Mr. P, K, Roach; 2—6, 6—2,
ance’s famed “Rallye Gastron- | rugged in-fighting. But in the fifth | 6—4,

ue” has been called off in| Charles came out
tain because of police objec-| had Barone on

slugging and
wobbly leg

Mr, and Mrs, E. P. Taylor heat
A. A. Gibbons and Mr.

ons. they hammered away at iong]N. W. Wood: 6—0, 6—0.
_ Robin a racing| range. To-day’s Fixtures
enthusiast ing the British} Two sharp lefts and two equally LADIES’ DOUBLES
event, said that sixty cars had] sharp rights rocked Barone’s head Mrs. M, Legge and Miss D.
been entered in the contest) pack early in the eighth Austin vs, Miss M. King and
scheduled for December 1 to 3. ‘The knockout blow was a crush-| Mrs, EB, P. Taylor.
Richards explained: ing right after a series of rights Mrs, D, FE. Worme and Miss FE.
‘We expected a good deal of} and Jefts had the challenger Worme vs. Mrs. D, C. Klevan

eapnucning Se to be done, but only
a-day’s driving was over.
a a our answer to France’s

wobbling around the ring, Charles’

and Miss P,. Wilson.
flurry started after Barone had

MEN’S DOUBLES

backed him to the ropes with one Mr. T. A. Gittens and M
Bawls Gastronomique. Since] o¢ the bull-like rushes that he|C R ‘Tucker vs sand Mi
food is not up to French} jy aintained . 1a C. R. Tucker vs. Mr. D. Worme

until he feil to the
aoe we decided on alcohol] 405 Reuter.

instea
aces it was intimated to me
jally that the police did not
share our views about it.
“Now I’m thinking of planning
a tomate-juice rally.” —(I.N.S.)

and Mr. D. Atkinson.

Mr. W. H. I. Stephens ard
Mr. E. P. Eaves vs. Dr. C. G.
Manning and Mr. E. P. Taylor.

HIS OWN BULL

‘From Our Own Correspondent:
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 4
Ramdeen Singh of Princess
Town, Trinidad, received injuries
to his face, eye, abdomen and side
when he was severely gored by





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~ PARIS, Dec. 6, Yerk magician, hypnologist, card] his own bull. He is a patient at
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football team and its accom- Williams. the British heavy-

panying supporters at a Town Hall| weighi.

The Weather

reception . Recently Grippo put George
The team. will meet a French | Kaplan, Brooklyn heavy, aga nst TO-DAY
or to-morrow afternoon. oe in a London ring and Sun Rises: 6.03 a.m.
will aT ineet otal a re Mag deity tha Ovipgs. ts willing Sue 90s 5.38 am
a eee ae ete to donate $25,000 for Williams’ Moon (New) December 9

The team had two engagements
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Lighting: 6.00 p.m,
High water: 1.44 a.m, 1.37
p.m.
YESTERDAY
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services,

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BUY! CE FS camps. Total for month to yester-
NG HOR “Grippo told me that outside day: .66 in,

RA : 5 Ezzard Charles, Joey Maxim o1 Temperature (Max) 83.5°F

LONDON. Bob Baker, Williams could beat Temperature (Min,) 745° F

W. J. Gilmore, steel mill andjanybody in America,” said Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E
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PACE EIGHT BARBADOS ADVOCW: THURSDAY, DtCFMUKK T. 1M Figl M.CC. Test Shaken Up Australia it Has U.S. Controls A Friendly Chin*see Soldier Man Hates % -t Looking Out For W.l. (From Our Own Cnrrespondeni j LONDON, EnyUnd's great fight in the first Ten nt Brii caused Australian selectors to shelve a team on which they were proposing to embark n vu :•. forthcoming west Indian tour of Au I Frank Rostron, Daily Ixpmw cricket writer, rahllng from Brisbane %  •> %  Australian *elect m picked an orthodox team—(ha Wrongest available for the Brat Test. They had anUci paled a clear Win after which they ware proS slng to blood one or two youugplayera aa a curtain rataer la malrhes againt the West In Best year "But after thii sobering ahuU up by the England side which b) Do means had the worst of pli>. that plan has had to be shelve at least temporarily." says ftntron "Though the Australian side r the next Teat ould not be ; neunced tmttl after the M.CC. met a powerful youiiK Austral '> eleven at Sydney m a mutch sta ins Friday week, the only uk\ chamm t tba dropping %  J' k Morooey aa optrong batsman." RnHTon eaggosta however u .: Brown and Hs selectors will h. to .make some amendments .1 their next T day night's Ion of three wick m a tragic quarter of an hour "Than I cannot see the 1. orthodox move of playing Mel tyre instead of Stieppard or r. house being lepeuted in the T Starting on December 22 at V K urne—especially aa Sheppai "a tt display so fai was agui u Xverson at Melbourne." Summing up from Brtsb;e, W. J. O'Reilly, Australia's gr* it*. ISt spin bowler delivers his \ rS ct m these words: "AJtbo. di ustraiia won the first Test bj 70 rung, the ma-gnMeent display tba Qovernipant will b. itber Those Othor means, now under -.e:idnu.<.tershlp to lead Economic St*biHsatl'*n %  S.rri. > h the man who will 'he orders, if necessary Country N11I Ready the 4-yciir Old New T hopes in Irv all other first, tba use of mak'ng lot >f mies und regulations ; 01 be able fullyto enisfcl Tiie country li a iwgtVi i-ither economically lOtogkcalkf, fur blanke' Di Valentine hates all irola, and will employ them only %  %  When inflation hits a nation." "somebody is bound to Inequities are bound follow The task Is to keep H possible." -lndon Express Ser\ M Bonze Race Cancelled LONDON. A scheduled "Rallye Alcohutlque" auto race to match France's famed "Rallye Gastionomlque" has been called oil Britain because of police objections. Robin Richards, a racing enthusiast promoting the British event, said that sixty cars had been entered In the contest scheduled for December 1 to 3 Richards explained: "We expected a good deal of consuming to be done, but only after a day's driving was over. "It was our answer to Frame's Rallye Qastronomlque. Slnci English food 1not up to French standards, we decided on alcohol Instead. "Then It was Intimated to ma unofficially that the police did not %  hare our views about it. "Now I'm thinking of planning a tomaSa-Juice rally." —(INS) CINCINNATI I I. /.li 1 % %  in., world boaeywalghl champic ship title by knocking cut Ni Barone In the 1 lth roUBsH Both men are A Chaile title %  National Boxing AggQCllI was Charles' fifth battle MUX h won the National B tlon's version of the eh* by beatm R Joe Waloott in Jun 1MB It was his first title Of* since Charles defeated Joe Lou last September to gain York State's npprovi.1 of Ms clnlm to the title. Barone started working 1 lose with the opening bell He pummelled Chorlsa' rlbi but the champion's sharp-shooting left \ "> %  % % %  !' though he drew no blood, Cuita OMSttnuOd to k**p hi. mld-seetlon full. 1 "iid round and his fast moving left clipped BsU 01 I several times. Th* third round turned OU bo a give aid Wu slug match Barone rallied %  ts&rtsd Itppb at long range Barotuhad bk best round the fourth n* he began mi> • nine long ) una 1 with rugged in-lighting lint in the fifth Charles came out slutjjing %  ''• %  had Berone they hamii range Two sharp lefts and In shnrp rtints rock" IB bach .arlv in the eighth The knockout Wow w.i | 1 ln; right Biter od MU bad mchall wobbling around the rln %  M boeked inn. to th> of the bull-like ru*he* tha insdntalned unl 1 I %  reil flOM Keuter. PXWS WELCOMES BRAZIL FOOTBALLERS PARIS. Dec. 6. Tba Paris Sports Commissioner today welcomed the Brazilian football team and its accompanying supporter-, at a Town Hall reception The team will meet u Fren Cleven to-morrow afternoon On Sunday the Braiilkan team Will meet a Lille team. The team had two engagements In Berlin that had to be cancelled on account of the international situation—Beater BUYING RACE HORSES I-ONDON W. J Gilmoie, steel mill and shipyard owner of San Mateo, California, has arrived In England to purchase racehorses 'tf 1 can buy at least one champion I shall be pleased." he said. —(I.N.S) Ram's Brother 1 Of 34 Nominated % % % %  il'.MN Dec t Thirty-four members have been invited to practise, at the Queen'Park Oval, for the forthcoming nial cricket tournament to take dm in Barbados. The UM reveals a welcome bunch Ol youngsters Five of the players 1 nrsaaillej the West Indi-s in England earlier this yoar are included Sonny Ramadhin I now playing In India, but the trials will not be without Ramadhin, because Sonn;'! brother Rainsuinooj Ramadhin is among the 14 additional players I.. nitOf Yesterday's Tennis MIXED inn HI 1 %  • C, Skinner and Mr. C. Edgehill vs. Miss Leiiugiin and Mr G H. Manning. UnAnlsbed K S. Bancroft and Mr. I' McO l*attenon beat Dr und Mrs. Klevan: —O, 8—1. Mrs M Legge and Mr. C A. Pulteram beat Miss P Wilson .nd Mr. A. M. Wilson: —2, •—J Mlsa G. benjamin and Mr E A. Benjamin beat Miss P. 1 €l P. K. Roovh: 2—. I Kcrrrro ON THE NORTH WES : K teg A .hubby little Chinetwo Americans be had xurrendered recently to a First Cavalry Patrol gfl as the wounded men's guide and nurse for two The reluctant Comiin, lept as be-it they rould until thetumbled into the First Cavalry Patrol. The two American^ said tl.e owed their lives to "Chan, ilv Chink," and they siioke his nan ith .d'ection drinard u>id hoe the ite> sotdlei had even dickered for fix for them with North Koreans an Magician As Boxing Manager LONDON Dr. James V OrtepO, Net Vi Ik t: niHnipulator and lioving pramo* tor, wasmi to manage Johnny WUliai the BHUsh heavyweigh; Heeenth Orlppa pOl Kaplan. Brooklyn heeey, BsjgOfkp WtMirtu s in H London 1 the English DQJ lo ea that C.rippo is .vtiling >'.'."' I % %  sei v 11 %  Grippo's bid was mi Broaiird.i.. managei of WlUlan who is willing to accept I otTer if Williams wishes to change 1 gnpj •'(iriiipi, told me thai outside %  ga ni < narlei. Joey M Boh Baker. Williams could beat bod> in Ar Broadnbb William, will be In action llarringay Stadium on December 13 afunsl Joe Qnosul • 1 Weinbtrg 1 both America] the Turpin-Yaros/ bill. —I N.S 1 for two sweet li' own pocket touaid A it time* •J past Nortii Korean Mtldiers while trying |p .,nd thDunns bis forays the Amenin hutwith •it sympathetic I Both men W fnm exposure i 1 Mast. It was the first time a Chines* Bod soldier accompanied sur vlving Americans to safety an • ended to substantiate rcpor' 1 .ndefl Americans thtt Chin* ' to fig!.: Ann rk-ans. In ail such repone t %  Chinese were forme 1 soldiers pressed in 1 1 .<• %  i.v Chinese Communi-t" la.t Gen. Hobart R. Gay of the c avialry Division was 1 near of Chan's friend!:%  ne offered him a job>.1 bi con cook." Wli'tle, he can cook or nc 1 Km is i'ie most popular Lhlnes Res..n the Northwest front -IN S MAIL NOTICES atii h at Lu*u. . \... Mid Aruba by th, M V Dyrt.oul • ctoma ,.i ir, O-irt.l >;. OOla Miu im, ttniun OIIWIU > th, > k Mrs M Lewi-Ui bar cto>-a i un O f wi "• OSXce — in B'i I'arcei MaU. HesUWred Uad an (Kdn.i.r> Haal at 10 a in MI UM W OmrrH&t. ISSfl Self Discipline ST. ANNE. ALI'KKNKV. Channel Islands At ner own request Mr Joen Jean (cqi of Aldernoy Island, has bet-n barred from the bars of the Island's ten hotels and saloons. Her action was officially sanctioned when Mr". Jean went to the Island's court and Mid "all my matrimonial differences are due to drinking. Please put me on the black list The court duly obliged and Mrs, Joan became the first of the Islands I.44S population in eleven .. OD the waicon officially for .in indefinite period —I X X. Mail* lor ft' |"|f %  •'emta "Hi br cx>*4 %  "• 0*tieral I'airn Mail IUittrinl Mall and >rdlnary Mall t IM aa •M UM Ml >-.!.-!*' isae MalKlix Martlnlo'it. AMIg aa. St Kit! rorl Town-h.nO will be ck>*rd ..: u< r..,..\ M.u at 1) n*i fU HI I pm ana Ordn a.i Mall ..' 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U.i THE BDe-TO-8E vw*s QUITTING WER JOB AS SOON AS THE"I DO'ECHO DlEP AWAY-OR SO SUE TOLD HER PALSThcyll Do It Every Time foVASP!OI5TB* CISMSCP'MOW 0N0SRPU1..'ARE 1O0 SONS TO KEEP ON WRK1NS? QUINSY WANTS ME TO LEAVE RIGHT AWAY, BUT I TOLD HIM I WANTED TO KEEP MY JOB TILL THE BOSS CAN BREAK ANOTHER GIRL IN' EM & HIS OWN BULL un .seU; i H pjn. Moon Deermber • i '..Mm. COS pm n... i. water: i 11 a.m 1 31 i i i i i:u \i i I 111 I ...I, Ml. .1"" Ml IiiUl fur month to yealer i. n im, i Max) 83.5'f I'nnperature iMIn.) 74.5* I Wind Direction 1 GOLD SERVICE MEDAL



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THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1*M BARBADOS ADVOCATF r xr.F. FIVI Exhibition PRIZE UST • from M 1 Oolloct-an ol th* L BIBS. II V 1 rio.n, t. m pntM-M i Aoatln. Hh Conduit, M \ s i. Ml VLUITAtUl aMaadlruil 4 only -Joftri Perkm. Corn. Guinea *. rieoda -Joftri II**,: Cy Intfien-M. Head. Aaron YMI a^*****" ***"ng--*J lh Halvern TRCT Mar. era Plui N. I'.'..' ,. Ruth Bovell. Iba-Caatleti rani Tonnia at lb. Preatoo Bail * lb*-M Sweet Mai., rn Plantation Poiai.-.. tA.OV I -19 lb, Mr. CkMHt. Potato*. Eiigli.h J lb. -Mr*. OMIli Iron Rod Drnyton '"uipkin*. *"' "***" %  **<>. •all'— ii-phin J only — C %  onto at Hiii U*Bon C. ititit—as" lt>< -Canir arant Van... Horn lb. -H B. Farmer Van,. Crop—19 Iba K B Partner Va-r. Oriental U lb-.--H. R Piimr. i.Ail.l.N VIlllTAILb Arrowroot i Iba -John P*ik|n> Aiiirhoko* 1 Iba Car lion Clarke Beetroot 11 only garneet L. AUeyne Cabbaoe only John Perkm. Carrol.U only.-C. W Brathwaue CauliSower-j only tU lval Arm •iron. Cetarj onl*.-Urael Smith CMve.-l it. %  W Brotharait* QWMBRMM II .ml* Adlna Broth Cucumber.-* only IU—vili Button. %  U Plant onl> Eidiaton College ", Own-J lb. --BrdUton Collar halot eSaa leeKII only -Krdi.ton CollegI.-"-..r,.„„ || head. — I W, Allam* laMtueo. Mlgnoneita—ll lieed. B W. Brathwaite Okra.--4l only.-B W Bratawaite Onion. 1 only B W Brathwjlt.. r 'i>i— mlsed-Uraula Smith. Pepoer.. Sweel-It only—-I. W. BrainPXa—< % %  Bran*. Buah—S lb*—I W. Btathwailr %  0' Boar... F.enrh f. lb* Aaron Vi. .--? %  ri BeanLima-9 lb. Oreford CUak* id. Bona*M-S Iba B W Brathwaltr 1*1 Stark tvaor Bouneeval-a lb> tn Po.1 Blanche Oreenlda-e %  d Pea*. Pigeon1 IS. *Urf*ant Rta1i.hr. 14 only—E W Pr.nhw.itr •Sorrel 1 lb-E W Brathwailr T.nftatoa. Maaflobr or Similar -J W Chanrtler Turnip*—11 ..riv .-r U Alley ne -in Apple.. Ooalen II of .:, H„th Bovall Abplei. Sugar~a only. Macdonald Ptwal BoMQurJ. On. ,.nel, ol lkj.tr, "-I colour Mia* E Shepherd nrwhi Bo.^^A hfr* j Wi.tum v l tS r v VtrtOTtaB %  e*JO.ua* Hi. Q By*. tlnir ML Warren Spray orrMd. onlv JaV> A N Amalrnni Pl**oiUUi>n Ba*h*t of rk>*,*> Mr* C Wrathrthad OKCHID PLANTS IN FLOWEK IN POTS CaniaA. ITfnawt.htM • |T|bjBi (atil*,.. bi.HO-lj.il. Mm B riwim-N C-ttl..va LaclMl Mn. O 1> | | C. Hlayi. Mibrld-Mni B. B Coa U.llloa. Ipctlav-W. T A Hur.i, DWdlroblum ll,bnd Mi T A HuiLlr Onudi uvlum Ph.l-M Mi R 1 P*hlnwin O-naWblum PttaUnnoplMa — 8chro*4%  rlBW— Mil B L Young -MU r A H i* lit ari^K; £ Bpl*ndrum Bplph> u. il Mr. Onctdiiun AmpUalunialadxi* Hi P*lhodloltu— Ml,E flhap^ird A.O.V. not *Baril>t.i attovr. inmmn\ RF Parktioon Thrr* -trruiirn. .H .1:11. GROWING PLANTS IN FLOWER IN POTS OR TUBS AklhwriM*-, iinhW Hm-im*..

nk' rUrnnbii ciark. A"lkun>iir -lru|li itimr %  ..n> ,.ll.i rolpurl—Mtoa Srurpbrrd -Viihurium. 1 mp*c >tn|ni nil d '<ln Uncle -pnrlmcn Mr*. Prank HuUon Two i.t prla* '"•i-\t*ntr*tn.uii. dnftr rpeiimen—Oov rrrimnnl Houa*—Two lint urUaa IMantri. .Infle -p-ci.uH N Urncock D ia lit hup j apncinwn* all .•irtp>#il flovorniwnl Houaa Ovrbvrs -ir.|l* aprciP'rn Gotrrnmrnl Mi %:.„ %  l-oclmon*Oov< %  ,.i >!• -pocim*n—Oov. -h.tflr mriir CUrh, IS Banana*. 5Uk ria. Bunch -Rolh Boll Cavrndi-h. Bunch. — Rulh BL II.:: Cllra. vail Oro> Wlchaal Bunch—Bdn 1 only M HarmJ. — A. Ycarf.-t>. HuUon. •II only. — Carl r.—a only. — CMU* f Tana*Mnanwli only %  nlv Mr. J. 'bi Crapofrull — Oranl plantation ift Mandarin. —Aaron Yrarwoad. HuUon • It !>hB4dock.—j on Hi* I-on ik> Ahaddock.-l i Cattle Grant Plantation. (" %  %  i.ii.iiWator, Bunch. A. A. H am. Ouavai nil—Ooor** HuUon. Melon-. CanUloupc or Muik-I onlyPapaw.4 only -Blanche Oreenldae Pear.. Avoowdo %  School Bonavl.t (Ptai—J Iba-SI John Bapllit Bo>.' School Honavi.i lAOVl-I Iba Hillaby Mixed School Black Eye* or Rouncaval—1 lb* In pod —HOuthborouah Bo>.' School ihri-tophcna—4 only J5outhborou|ih Boy.' School ^^ N.t^. Ground—3 lb Boacobol Boy.School. Pepper.. iCollcctwat of not k>*a than .lx varlctle. e.oludina Sweet Pepper-> Soulhboroudh Boy.' School. Artichok-l lb* —So.iihborouh Boy. %  nly — Southborouah Boy.only—Bouthborouih I only South School School oil I men -MM /.inn.a Miniature. S ipecimen. .lent MrA.i'tm Zinnia A O.V .Irurle r shepheia Any other variety Aowetina plant, not .pecille.! in any of the above *ocIiun> Three 1.1 prlira Government Home ORNAMENTAL FOLIAGE PLANTS —Mr. N Alpca.ua. .'• "pecim Aloca..!*, 1 %  t^•C m • n %  •" tl'loreui — Simeon i'.iAnthunum. Single Specimen Two i-i prlui-Oov*mm*l HUUM. AralLa. Slnale Specimen Simoon CUrko paUnr, > fpeclmei. all cUSeientSI mean Clarke. Anparag!.'. Hmgle Specimen.—Mn, It. N iJ-acock Beaonia. Rex, Sinaie SpeclinonF Marohall Cactu.. Sinikr Specimen — Mr* Herheti Oiwav**. — -. Conller. Hh-Rle Spociitwrt-Mr. fviu WeaU*rl>ead Crnlon. Smale Specimen — Two lal prlie. Simeon Clarke Crotonj. 3 Specie*. II dine lal nrUaa.-C dpUakt Inntu Crotou. 4 Spactoa. all dirloi l.t prliea —Covarnment Hou.e Caladium. Single Specimen -Two li priu*. -Simeon CUrko Cala.liutiiii, J Specimen*, all dtfTrreiit Two l*t pnui Simeon Clarke Dracaena. Single Specimen.—Mra I Diacaera. J •pecimen.. .11 different Simeon Cl.rke Maranla.. Single Specimen —Qoeerr i-.er.t Mouw %  a 1 Car. ota Ipp. 'Bah talll — Mr. K Wllkrnaon ibi Chry*alkloTT -3 **' ~ %  ou,nbwourt only -Black Bou %  h**-M only-Boulhborough Boy. nV>uthboroug*i Boyt OpaVla Mt.4 TeaaBer* .1 ih. Ilaaaenbwr B?j %Jg ^"wt-ai Oard Op*, u P......I. and T.,,.I. of m • % % %  r ataaala* kept Green Vecctablt Saaar Batata* For the beet kept Peaaanl Holding Bl (he IWand. Including live Mock. M A Wr*lnaan: Leman Belle; J McD Se.le Oa*> i a PeaaaaU and Teaaata af "••tl BalaUa Por ihe be*i kept Cotton Ploi Ramon Porde %  i.^""! 1 *. ND 'AWBWUM -1-2S" d ', ,tod .••". ina.UHir-d. Single di •"1 yoarr* Rum Reetn-., Ooubka dUtllled Rum. proeanl r*t manufacture— Wm Indian Rum R.f:i,-r, single or Double dnillted Rum. Coloured. Matured and bottled by M>rinahta for Houwthnld Uaa—Stuart A Slnglo or Double dlatlllad Rum, Coloured. Matured. Blended and Botiled '.v M-rchanti for Household Uaa—John D Taylor I iqvieur Falemum -I net 4 Co commercial ralecnum— Stuart A Simpann Row. Pnt-anlhla. Slnglo Specimen Two lal Priiea Mr*. R. F Parkinaon Roaei Polyanlha. 1 Speclm.n* all dirlarent Mr* J Wilkinaon Roae. Radiance Single Specimfn Two Id l-iife. MM* Rulh Feldm.n Roae A.OV.. Single Stxcrmen Four 1*1 Prue.—Mr Prod Simp-on Rom. A O V J Specimen, all diflerent Two l.t prliea—H N lj>acock ho*eA O V Collevtton. Hiked Colour* -Two lit Prize* H S Leacock. Salvla, Single Specimen—MTt J W Chandler Ralvla, 3 Specimen., all different Mr* J W Ct.and>Solvia, CollecUon. Mtiad Colour* Mr. J . Chandler. FunSowar, Single Hpeclmer-Mln E Shepherd Sjn***m Called if.i. other than -rue-Mr* D N Dagh. TUhonla. Collection—Mr. O Saanett Zinnia. Miniature. Single Spacimer. Mr B Nurae Einnia. Miniature. 3 Specimen., all d.ffarent— MIM E Shepherd Zinnia. Miniature. • Specimen., a I dirTeranl—Miaa E Scmeiotd Z.rti*. Miniature, Collection. Mined Colour* Mr* J W Chandler Zinnia. A O V >,ngla Specimen Mm F Shepherd cimen*. all dlfnireni-Water Melon Belonta. Specimen F Mar*hall rillnilllll iSlnglei. Single specimr lovornment Houae polntetlia .Double'. Single Speclr -C deU-k Inni*. A.OV. ol Ornamental Plant not *B -, n Maiden I W. O. -SIT in, 1 Specli Clark*. urn*. • Specimen., all different t o Slinett _. .. Single Spocirin. BBI ill differ Inglo Speclrt Davalia. 3 Spacmtn.. Ml" E Shepherd Oolden Frrn IFI Mra W. O. Sl.nett O.il.lrn Frrn. Single Specu W. O Slinett Sllvi PLANTS IN BASKETS Fern. Single Specimen Mr H. N Leank Fern*. 3 Specimen*, all different -Mi •Itl HAT VIM rAZI BAT WON rimt and Spacial Pni UBBrtaj %  I leacock A O V Slnale Spe. ngkr Speclnwrn Farmers aum lL££ mm A t IxUihition Avocado Poor I Hn % %  MBS Henri Mill— Manufactured And Mist.-llantHiiis Artitlcv ARTISANS WORK Kngn* _FitterWork The BarbedoFcunid CM Tin.mlth.' Work 'all m Ihe Government Stampl I Tuv-m.tiiWork, olherwi A line nutchlnod or Sled Forging m Iron Alfred E.twick Machined Arti.liin Rra.. ivl l.i be m.had with •mery. Sling, or pnlUhmf. gtC -The Barnad<>Foi.n.li, 1 ui Machined Article in Ca.l Irtm . ate I—The Barbadoa Foundry Ltd Copper SmithWc.rk includln* Bra/WOOn-WORKTNG MUM M I I ..l.t. Wardrobe Gc.ra. (lain. Dining Table R A lin'Mi. Book Cae Of China Cabinet -HnWn ay no* !"•"" Table George Hai'l. Cheat of Drawer, or Peak — H A Ortrnth. Sideboard -Hual. Walcott Fancy or Orra.lonal Table Clm ... >. TahU -I Oatl Table 01 Belle Chain %  SI Ph.I Chair Lag* turned ColeHdge MIS( ELLANEOI'S WORK Work in twine, comprising Hammock. %  rag, Fi.h. Trnni. at i'...'.' artin. Boy." Sch.-.i Work in Thread iFi.li Net-Chri.i • • I ll<> > ">l ': %  'I Sil Graoi Abre Chrl.t Church oy* 1 School. Two Market lla.krt. Chri.i Church hn. %  -, n.,.,1 Fancy lla.ket —O Riley Hii.oirat Bru.he* Chrl.t i Boy*' School made from locally grown material Farmer; m n, „n> •VfaTV y*r%  -ti nf ihe Island eame into Hndg;.tOWB vestfrday for IhtAniiun! Exhibition that Is being held In v,ueens Park. tti St Thomw ih.'i.trM a iial to the farmers for the buses an UW llifv ,ould tirnvc In town in time to see what ihev had done ;ii • v xhihiiion. ID M.iiin:, Ila.v. SI. John also had a bu; time catehnd travelling wa> •int so gon.1 J* huge baskets and uaya wen .UM brought inui the bnMs bv ihe women. Al H.-ll.-plaine. St Andrew. most of the youth weir pUMaJ games as their parents aet of! foi the town Some of the boys whe had the day off from school preferred to play cricket and amuac themselves for the day Bun's loming from Holetown, St Peter to Brldgetou • were packed and many waiting for them were left beliind Although there was much tntfflr "ii the road the Suh-Statinn at lii.uk Rock said Ih.it .„, BfjcMtatl UKik place. W ithdraual I roin Korea Likt-h ga, lr.,.11 page I \ Kokehni IHHVaallj lit .11 Rumours tttn "i .' Uimknk u.i i.. il.. N %  i ..Mit.iiii.ti iibout the movements Ol ihe huge .itmniU Ol wraVBMBI ?nd transports which lauticd the IvKtBaTkRH atmj at Inchon 11 m-eks ago and then sailed around to the east coast. i The only news released has : been that a few Commonwealth wan 1 L-ckading the mouth of the Yalu River to prevent any O If Gem-tiil MacArthm to stand below the parallel he could muster 200.000 troops ,-otenlial force of 8SO.0O0 MtlilmtM lo the Communiats. of which 240.000 are estimated ajinatted But the United Nations would have to have armoured and arUl'..!> superiority as well as complete control of the air. —Reuter I lb* Mb* Wood I'll i I lb Jeuic H-,. I svrug) MIM S>bil A.Uii.l Fudae 1 lb. Science Claa* i.Q ,. %  ... oars I nark* Flour. AOV -Semi liar dci Phillip. inhle I Local Stone. Single Spaclni tingle Spaclmn Mr.. J H different Iliad Colour. Mra Pre* cod O'Ni Gerhera. 3 Specimen. Ir* Bernard Conduit Gerbera. fl Specimen. Mr. Bernard Conduit Gerhera. CollecUon. 1 Ma.ler David Hc-itt Gladioli. Single Soedman -Mr* H N. Hvbirc... Single Spe.ii.. Maragfi Hvbl.ru.. 3 Specimen, all different Mr. John W Chandler Collection. Miscd Colour.MrBernard Conduit laora Single Specimen Mr. Varcle LilleAmarvlli.i Single Specimen .Eurhai %  h lie Specimen Specimen MUi ."•i>in Frrnrh Slnale Spectnu H N leacock irlgold*. French. Collection Mronk llut.o rnld. Afr>. Single Specimen — Mr*. M.. Penla. Single Specimen MSS* 3 Orav Pen'ii3 Snecimen.. all different M'" 3 Dr.Mnn Penla. Collection. Mixed ClourM' .lean D'-M.IVun'a. Slnglo SpecUnen "iDAIKV AND POOD PRODUCTS PRESERVED FRIITS. JELLIES ETC.: l*nr Murray Flour, A O V W "'n-vla BREAD AND CONFECTIONERY Stole Cloth: Fined £10 A tin* of £10 to fa* paid in 14 oaya or in defaull ihret months impiisonmetit with hard labour wan imposed on Ooronj PTCBCfM, u labouifi of Carnngion Village, yesterday by His Worship Mr. 11 A nuBH Prvscod was found guilt) of the larceny of B yards of linen valued at Li IBs 8d the property of A K Taylor C IM : Mi umber IB Rub> Bairtl Wbtt "Your (iucss" Itl'I'.Y BA1HD of Hi BlteM yestn %  %  %  \d: ,H air\ \ Hlioii gnd secure.I lluJS (Hi prig* Which gag i ..f (Mi comp-'litiun. Hers was tiie nrst envelope openctl by the Bdltol continuing Ih* itiiicit aiiawei 10 Where is this?" It m a phpU of Harmony Hall t'hrut 1'hui.h. after the Flood "of August 31-September 1 last year Others guessed It was a road after the flood, but did not place :he ro.nl eorHtll.. Ko, one put It down as River Road after the flood and another .is Land i End. Fonjabelle. Still an other huiarded the guens that thplace was ill-fated Halls Rond 10 BELIEVED KILLED IN R.A.F. PLANE CRASH GIBRALTAR. Dec. b Tn people aboard a Royal An E. ir, Wellington bumber which crashed in Spain yesterdav were today presumed to have been killed The Wellington was one 01 eight whnh lefl Shawbur). Shropshire yesterday morning on a training flight during wht.-h they met rough weather and thunderstorms Four of the aircraft landed at Tangier ud three at Gibraltar The lost plane erashtd near Denia on a mountain range In Allcantt provtlaN Rescue parties which went out yesterday were eaugh'. in a snowstorm —Reuter SPECIFY EVEHITE ASBESTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS AND "TUHMLL ASBESTOS WOOD. II read Plain tor for aab>. S loam t.ili.ig at -V BV J B Baker ic. Butter Bread. 1 Purity Baker inate. ncantn PIi Swe* sale. at Be —J St R Machine S-c*t ard aiie, retailli II.. i..,' %  i an* fancy meet H, „ Whole -heat meal Bread. %  MMfSSW lured lor aaeti 3 losve*. standard -..' J R Bakory Caaaava Broad It takea—Mlaa lla Weoke* ChrXIma. or Wedding Cake. .—.. J at R Bakery Fruit Cake ..-.I i.e.1 Grace IHI' Olrlp School Mlsed Cake*-** Ml. J P Fo.l. r Fancy Blaiulta1 Ih St Philllpa BUTTER Howl. I lb M EGOS .,. -hue Egg. Afthu. One Arthur Baa. MI. BBS. BBS IMCKI-ES Beggar Gets Three Months Sentence of three monlh-' Unpritoiimvnt was p.issc.1 on James Seal), a labourer of Orange Hill St James, by His Worship Mr A J. If. Hanschcll • %  BfBrdRJ (Or legging ulms ii Broad Street on liccembcr 8. Sc aly also appealed One Month For Stealing Olfrlck 1-ov.ll of OuxdUnd. St. Michael, was aetitcnced to one munlh's imprisonment with hard labour bv Mr A J H. Himschell \csterday for stealing a quantity of article* valued al tl 13 from Dr Manning of Eagle Hall ome time between December % and 6 Lovell appealed Sudden Death Cecil Gittens alias "Night M.in" ol OfMkteatndi TeiKiiiliy coHapHi'd and dltd in*t Blfht ihortly alter 0'elock iie.n tin Kinpirc TlieItPB I'l.hvn Stnil His IHKIV %  i;ikrii lo the Public Mortuary. Sisters Of Mercy PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. i n.. Sinters of the Dominican Older who spent over 40 yearnursing the In mules of the Chachacachare la'pet Asylum have terminated their contract with Government through His Grace the Archbishop of Portof-Spain. Dr Flnbar Ryan HV Grace, was however, fortunate t*i secure the services of the Sisters of Mercy to replace them Tret** Sisters are qualified for the carrying out or this work. and ninny of them have already taken over. _____ Spurting Transferred To Gambia %  From Our Own Con a aponde>i I • PORT-OF-SPAIN, He. Mr. Anthony Cuihbert Spurhiig. [irhh.iiN Stilicttor General, ha reen transferred on promotion ti Gambas, West Afri.;i. Bfl a inilsm ludM Salary of %  Judge of tin Giimbm Supreme Court Is $M a month Chen 1 one-lb boltle*-Audrey 7 one-lb bottleV Jan* rry 1 I ne-Ib. botUm.-U. M va 1 one-IL boll lea—Ml** B If Apple 3 one-lb bottle. William* •apple 3 ona-lb bottle*.—Mlos •1 3 one-lb bottleV 1 one-lb bottleS 1 nropefruit 3 on*.lb bottle* V Bt Aubvn i Stewed I one-lb boltle*—Ml.* R//tatf0€4i tfo twev. I tf.trV Hlf/.lBff" %  %  PL T R I i \A %  PK.EON i HOH til. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. on.***. VB"B"BVBVBV.VBV.'BVS We have jusl opened the must bMUtiful cnllection of Costume Jewelry made up ol pieces thai will enhance the pppearance of your most tasty ensemble. Thcic arc SIHCI.II iiems in the line of Brooches and H.ti rin,: and you iN *'"' lo Bad somtlun from unong llu-m to match your makeups. See our Fancy Department. CAVE SHEPHERD 8. CO., UD. 10. II, 12 & 13 BROAD STRHI comes out in the flavour! what goes in Way. pure sstgar. vhest. treah eggs and butter— tognthar with the experience that has IBS da Huntley and Palmers famnus the vhola world orer So many thrilling Taarutass to choose from—luacioualyfilled CtftwUcd CresAat' and Reading Creami'. %  ahingly-delicious Shortoske ... all s-rws frssiav t*Blexl in tins and ) lb. Frrahpaki. %  r %  8 %  *ii" m Special Christmas Offer froaa KMi.irrs unit; vroiu:s rannot be repeated -3 lo ..now -3 in HUNTLEY & PALMERS 7.. i v.. % %  [.. ferent— Mia* F SeiepJierd 7innla. A. O V. Colleclm Colour*,-Mil* A O V. ar.s jstr — Thrao 1*1 Pi lie. Arm*trong. H N A "J v Colles-llrn. vM above—Two lei Pruea-Mr> Mlaa a aoepaoed alt di(. BBBHd SB, Single Virtoi Leaeoth eaeeirieO Conduit. BISCUITS deliciout j wholesome and nutritious III nuhe .Itnrtlvr SmM llllu AM.I %  I UMM prk*.. m IIRONNLEY'S BATH SOAP—large ck. 8 box. orisinal price 52.2* box IIHONNLKY'S BATH SOAP—mall eak box orisinal prirtS2.4* box now BBONM.KY'S BKII.I IANTINi: in Jasmin and Violet—oriK.nal price .72c. now 5R ASZ.1KA YKII.A HAIK CKKAM orixinal prices M| I T< and *Ke. now :iotand ca na. .o lex lit, %  >. UADDICOMC THE GIFT SH0P HARRISON b BROAD STREET rnnififf it iBnnnnrnHKnnniin* I ^nnfiifsiiiiKBiiiiiiiB





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I hurs.l;.. Ifrrnbrr 7 1920 BatrbaJws aftuocate Prlea: FIVE TENTS Year .IS WITHDRAWAL FROM KOREA U.K. Turns Down Plan For U.K.— W.I. Sh ipping ((rum Our Own ( orre-spondenl) LONDON, Dec 6 THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT has rejected two shipping companies' proposals for estab lishing passenger services between the United Kingdom and the West Indies. This was revealed by Lord Lucas of Chilworth, Parliamentary Sec retary for the Ministry of Transport in the House of Lords yesterday The proposals which had followed the publication of the Commonwealth Shipping Committee report hi turned din\ %  lie Government considered tins would not be justified in providing the funds required subsidise them. Si.id Lord Lucas 1.that the extent of thla (Ai (support) wag out of pfepofUoi •ti tary rdfnlneancc ii either Korn or Chin;. Asked whethci in Uv i cease lire rail failing he advised the uae of the atom bomb Slassc'i replied: "1 have already advocated** striking in SB] D BIUMi —Reuler. Use Atom Month* Says U.S. Senator WASHINGTON, 1* I Senator Paul Douglas. Pcmoer..'. uf Illinois, *aid here that the United States shout, i Nationalist China as a figh'inR ally and use ihe atom bomb against Communist Chinese troops if necessary Douglas told the Municipal Association last night that "the next time %  Soviet satellite started aggression" the attack should be regarded as an act of war and "we should release such powers as we have directly on Russia herself" Six hundred Mayors attending the meeting applauded encea to Russia and CM Bheks armlet rh(, y however when D the atom bomb should lie used 'if i m 'IVIwenpun' —Keuter U.N. Troop Between Trade Mission Coining To Vi I FROM BRITAIN LONDON Dei %  sh manufacturer! %  %  feid t" i lawii Ben rn.nk.-t campaign will f-Spain im January U, in. Oewetnar, Sir Hubert a/UJ leaetve and open %  BrlUah Kxpurt Trade Mission to Man which Mill be continued later In Kingston. Jamai %  and probably the Bahamas The Mission which ibeing I lianivr.1 h] WCM Ind;. QaMa" and Mr A S JenlBmsnn, caravan manuf aclurei. aims to gegga ibiiiah gjaoda ( sale ai pi uv >\hieh compare favouraM. with Canadian anil Aincm-.m '' anufact i I I goods, some "1 WhKB ... shipped next week on ihe Goliue an RWUN U il vajii iinhnltlari d furniture clothes patten sad awueaholi ..s well as creestei) trrangementj have been made wth West Indian Airline* : %  • %  of Commerce buys from Barbados. British Ouiana. Si nt ii uaerfcta nd Tobago to he Bev/n at .. cheap rate I the exMbraoa ELY K.in.r iagn Ii I Trln Mac Arthur Did NH Outpace U.N. Orders LONDON. Dec 8. The Brfliah Oovernnjenl to-da, deprec a ted sugaaatloni that General Douglas Mac Arthur had gone beyond United Nations dJ Korea. Answering a be DuaaUona in the House meets, Foreign 0nder*8i i Davlea said ire no reason b and %  •. %  do not wsii it to be §uageated that he had eta resolutions of the United Nation —Barter "We Stand By ( ) ur Friends Attlee Telti US Press U, Asir %  %  %  io rime i %  tain intern %  i %  %  %  %  %  i I'M v.%  %  i Arthur Attlee aid "You RISJ I .., %  m Korea, i them '.' LR) We I erttfaal 'It would ixidle to deny lhal the i Natloi have sufTi i n We mual seek I %  iiniK ihe burdn — Rrwu-r EUROPE, NOT ASIA WILL Nehru Appeals BE FINAL CRISIS AREA For Solution i. II M ..1 i. KlNti I'AKIS Dec 6 reordlnf |o usually wH i in.i aowaaa t*'i raaturai uf the Oerman Keunii* rnerVt Plan agiaail t" by Allan' c Council daputtai sad by lha French Ooverrunenl are OOTnan unila k> the **iai in oi the Kuropean Arm< will !• .if cmbat i. NEW YOKK. IVc n. BRITISH PRIME MINISTER Clamant Attlee has been assured by the United States that in its judgment Euro >• and not Asia is the decisive theatr. of world events. Ni w York Times diplomatic corre&ponck'nt James Reston n|•ed from Washin.Ejton Unlay. Nobody at the Truman-Attlee Idlks was arj;innj; tl .it an ail nut war against Communist China should be venlun d Nobody was saying that Asia should have priority ovel Europe in a world-wide struggle against KuMtian unpenaiism, Hestuii said. EXPENSIVE RUM AND SODA Daniel Young of San Fernando went to a shop, and after MUng the shopkeeper that he was %  policeman, asked for a drink. He was given a pint of rum and soda.valued together 64 cents. After he and friends had drunk this, he refused to pay saying that Ie was a policeman. The matter was reported, and Young had to pay $61.64 in line, coats and compensation or serve three nvmths for receiving goods by false pretences. h Dov'" Coming PORT-OF SPAIN Dai I Group Captain A. Marlhiugah Central-South-America ... ;iwer for the De Haviland Ancratt Company of the Uniteo Kingdom, arrived in Trinidad from Panama on Sunday nlghl with hla sirerafi ix>ve*. Mispend a few days here and wll visit Barbados,, the Leewaid an Windward 1 ".lands It will be i in %  VIM: to the smaller Island: having visited Trinidad in Jun this year with his Dove aircraft on Ma way lo Argenttn hopes to arrive in Bar I. 37 Years One of Ihe exhibits in Queen'* Park yesterday was ;i tree planted by His Majasty King George VI. The tree has been there since ]I3 Jehovah's Witnesses Cooled BfJRUN Da I i %  t -Jehovah's w %  %  six to 18 %  %  %  .'in t I \ ( ie would ... ktlc right and Dec nU-r 11. lit! %  ANANAS ll § : MA.XA.\A* IMsW \ U.N. ASSEMBLY SHOULD NOT DISCUSS KOREA -VYSHINSKY l.AKK SUCCESS. Dec. il The Soviet Foielgn IfJnl Andrei Vyshm*k> opposed placing the question of Korea on th agenda when ihe United Nations tleneral Assembly met here to* da>. He referred to Oeneral Ma> Arthur as "that war maniac WIVJ Iresponsible in the second instance for event* which have erupted in Korea He maintain.' t fjcls had been pre duced to warrant the Assembl discuhslng alleged Chinese intervention The Assembly wadiscussing whether to place ih question of Chinese Commune* intervention In Korea on iU agenda, A recommendatinn frq i the Steering Committee urg'-" '.li,.t the Assembly should tak 1 -up the matter —Heater Wants More Troopn For Korean War WASHINGTON. Dec. 6. Democrat Senator Harley K'l •core urged to-dav that Presidei" Truman should appoint General Dwlght Eisenhower as overall 1 .mmander and send more troops to Korea. Tin-be laid would Increase th' negoUating peace wltvi ine Chinese Prealdent Truman want General Elsen lo bead the proposed Eu lopeau Defence Force Senato Kilgore said the General sltli ,%n.ld be available for thai jni t he were successful in quletim: 'he Piirtne area. —Reuler %  portC' **• added U*i Tiuuian and I Attlee were understood to have discussed the possibility of arranging a "ceasefire" at the 3nth parallel though there was u|>p><> ently hltle hope that this Bfould be accepted by Communist CSiins terms agreeable lo the I'niici Stotes. was known that th. i Stales had suggested that if no Dnable settlement wire oft* ed by Peking, the Western powan IOUUI refuse to reeoaii. i uni.il China's conquest*, reject •r bids for representation in the I N.. and carry on a torn "' Had warfare" against her ft om whatever base is available fog that purpose. Reston said further thji "there was apparentW menl on both side* of the t.ii la on theae pointI. That tne security ni the international army era I r imary consideration Thai that urim or as much of it as possible musi I %  by evacuation ir necessary. S. Thai a i eg i be arranged If possible, provide I the term> of any ... are reasonable There was agreement that the battle m Korea a/ai onl a single i dtle in the campaign against the I ammunlat world, and that lhal battle had virtually been lost They agreed too thai they mual In carrying on the umiuntn keep Korea an-i Communtsl \ lopei balance with olhei graaj i iMati < '..•! iT.iiiii i ('.nllnued Commiiiiiqiie Following Is Qw text ct the i om> TI unique reli-ased from the While House, after this tssgCBings conferenee lietween Truman and AHlee: "Discussion tavartt nomic problem* arislns. from mutual deicne afforta with perUi • I'lar reference to raw material re'rulremcftf> Il was agreed that the power problem of raw material -hortages was vitally urgent, and 'hat vigorous efforts should be made to Increase predW I 10 assure the most effective use of the limited supplies available A wide area agreement was apuerent and a working party wai tppointi'd to explore the matter further —Iteuter HKi.Mi. Uwe 6 i laattaa hirrai Mlnli waharta) Noinu appaatod ) to Ihe four gieal powei --\..les. Hritaiii. IUI-M.I I hlna to -."'h .< leluUan <-i irw Pel K.istein nisiIn The isUe befmt ihe woild '< day was "war eg aaaes at It is our dut> to 1r> OW ntn l. prevanl Ihe honor of a thud World War descending upon in Opening the Foreign Arts debate ha the Indian nrtssanent, Xettru said he welroined Attle^'i decision to inert 1'iesidfiil Tinnan India ertahed Attlee "dad pe*d" In his endeitumrs Ui preold Line Pyongyang And Seoul TOKYO, Dec 6. 'PHE RETREATING United Nations Eighth Army, once more out of contact with hotly pursuing Chinese Communists, paused to night on the new defence line south of Pyongyang But military and diplomatic observers in Tokyo believed that only Chinese acceptance of a cease fire or halt at the 38th parallel could avert complete United Nations withdrawal from Korea The Eighth Army line stretching 40 miles in hnd from the west coast was in danger of new envelopment by Chinese massing on its flank near Kokchan, 60 miles southeast of Pyongyang. aW) herr lhal UM hi (>erman Kearmaincnl Plan %  in ii;,nii %  i/i' technical rludlng the ghi be ,. to iust LstsOVi the parallel where there was a good Science posiu long lha Imlm i, Hi "f the irhi adi at Kokchan C ... i..l Uwton ,1 | Chtei ..f %  SlafT agreed to-da] thai it',. American trump II i iioni bomb ould noi %  tret %  (he tactical sttuattan even %  i Man Trvman iiecided tst UBB It, He added in a statement in Seoul thai he saw no reason for its u>i' in Korea Thj' United Ntitions EiShth Am, .... t..-da> holding a new %  ft UM ba t sseggt Pvongvang ...i,i Beaul I nt lion Fee KvHcualion ... K.iin taUon urtlng .Hi There was i linn in India'' view* i-nt siluulioi. and wh ih Prime Minl'der bout d good deal in i->mviews on tin pi. %  ii,.Brti I I Reatei a ahead Will not await tin MMIII, I ol a |i litn.il an,I admttii traUva org / i cello for b) Hi. K1.1..11 plan It .1 KUIO|HMII Ann' I • let in. HI ra rulitni servn wttl i-c Uohed with UM Oe i 1.1 Inilioui an ..ni be Mibjci ta UM dupai vision and Control "f U threa alUad HlfO a >-i i Tbgee will ba ad Oarraa Mimsici .f Defence not Mm .1 DeesesM ^. Pending the alaboraUon % %  .. F p-iii. A ture with it II, ol,I '.>n eould %  m i-i 1 it.s Kinojieim Mo. ami be %  Tibrt PalftgaltlOB *-niiiTo India I1ANKOK. Dec. 6 Suikhang Surpo Diasa. laadai the iMro-oi-... Tibetan deb gallon U> the United Nations arrived here today en route 10 New Demi Tibet protested to United Nations leoentl) aci l invasion in Chinese Comuntsf forei Difasa who Is Tilft K-M.-H-.I Secretary was aeeompanled DJ [ion]) of Til#tan monks and OfMaai H was understt--' lhat he would meet Indian (l'>vcrnment ofli.-ials in New IK-lhi btfon H"lna <•" to latke Suceess —Reuler ii. | there Atlanta Hlih Cceaii „ • who lll in some was i.,k<< tin pl.i-'e ..I n EuroiH'.in Datenoa Minutr.v ,. pohaaman i". the Free n • Prime Wnlstai said tontflhl I crnment had dropped ;'* demand that Schumsn's I'oal an Steel Treaty must Usigned be lore Franca agreed lo any rearm mg of Germany. —Kputrr RAINSTORM KILLS 8 Hid Dl JANKIKi' I'" %  Five houses collapsed causing ..t i.., %  aigjhl deadlM arhea i "< %  • %  ' i rain-storms ii. rrieni years fell over Hlo this racenfssf, "lor nearly nine successlv. how Boodlna several large districts _Reuter %  itop irmj hlei Ultet) >•• i itten it uoutd ervi Ihe pigrnoaa "' finding hethei the Chinese plan tc iiti-al iMirallel dividing and laotti Kcees hoped thai the MIL. Tim iec (die thousand five hundred Is Of the villages Ot Miin -".'I Rtaeaao veri feusalalii) evaeuattng then mosi belswalngi ..^ %  rupun i HOUnl I'M. i spewed lavu towaidUM II I* %  %  Ai Midnight Ihe main H0 OJ iav U lapped ovsn OM last | (•- Iin "I the tWO vill... I, p ,' ii.,. which has now dl> |.IN'.II< (in ever The rumbling, and reckling <>' the nine-vaid high wall Of ill snlasnini r.--k beaan rollbii down ihe open ^lope lo.v... Hist rnud and itOggl dwelhnaI mile ..*.i\ It was making | spi-"-. r* f>5 yards an hour —Reuler BOYSIE SINGH GUILTY OF MURDER HOKT-OF-SPAIN. Dec In the Floating Corpse re-Uial. the Juiv to-day brought in verdict of guilty against "Boy*ie" Singh and four other defendan> "GI&RMTAtl FOR SPAIN" MADRID, Dec 0. Spanish police turned ba wn' merchlng to the British Emba> %  bare to-day shouting "Gibraltar for Spain." Students were stopped about 100 vardx from the Embassy. —Reuter lin-laiiiaitli' Oil Carib B but pe-iple they rpr-.-i:i gn< I will work wdh Other Commissioners Of Tinint.! raribbcaii b*Kly for (ho •veil l-cin*; i>nd BTOgress of all parties of this area TRUMAN, STALIN SHOULD MEET Sttys Arab League SecretaryLAKE SUCCESS. DtV rv Oeneral ol Uie Arj i League, Abdel Rahmanaroaii, P.t'-ha. today proposed that %  Truman and 0 >:illn. should meet undei the auspices of the United Nsttctii to try to And the basis of an agreement for world peace The proposal eras made by Assam Pasha in a letter t<> th" Secretary General ul <> • Nations. Mr Trygve Ue. Aggam Pasha an seated ii a Press Conference If he thought thai Ur'ttin and France should %  that there %  %  powers who reelly could 'leeVJa the fate of the world—Beeter ion Pa Under the Distinguished Patronage 0/ Hie Excellency the Governor and Mrs Savage BRIDGETOWN PLAYERS PRESENT "THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER" Tliursduy. 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