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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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“~ Barbados a Aduocate

ATOM BOMB ONLY HOPE FOR SURVIVAL
SAYS CHURC CHILL











Colonial Development DINNER TIM

: Will Go On |

(from Our London a ndent) |

DON, Dec. 14

"HE SUSPENSION of Marehail Aid to Britain
after 1950 will not in any way affect Colonial
Development projects or the availability of techni-|
cal assistance for colonial territories. Neither will|
there be any curtailment of new development planis
_ which may be evolved.

' These assurances given this
ae by an E.C.A. spokesmaa

r it the American Embassy con-

Jew Poisoned | firmed Mr. Gaitskell’s statement

in the House of Commons yes

And Skinned terday that aid programmes f0!

fostering overseas development

for the production of searce mate-

Ly eee YN, Dee
} ign Secrotany weet

Bevin spe aking in the a
f Commons tonight said th at
lid not think the present “grim
imes’ would lead to w °

Replying to a debate on C igt
olicy, Mr. Bevin said: “I ver:

ron LONDON, Dec. 14
i °| pRiMEe MINISTER ATTLY_: ovencd the import-
‘Gri um Times ant Foreign Affairs debate in the House of
W Commons to-day by saying he would give a
ill Not | fuller account of his talks with President Truman.

W © | Immediately following Attlee in the Commons

Lead To ar i iebate Winston Churchill, Leader of the Opposition,
decide: “We were all very glad to hear that the
si iy military situation for the time being in Korea has

somewhat improved.”’

He adaed : “The deterrent effect of the atomic bomb
Z| is at the present time almost our sole defence Its poten-

tia? use is the one way by which we can hope to obtain
reasonable consideration in our attempt to make peaceful

ettlement with Soviet Russia
nuch doubt whether Russia










































; rials and for the interchange of | ake the plunge into wat Recalling events at the time of It would be a mistake to over-
; : : “smphasise those difference
| technical knowledge to encourage Mr, Bevin said he thought it his visit to America, Attlee saidy Câ„¢MPRaSIS oe iy f the
: ail ; higher productivity, would be vas the Russian attitude to keep} “There was in this country ar : We are at one In support of ie
' ; AUGSBURC D % i maintained. tne fighting in Korea, I never| perhaps not only in t ount United Nations in re gre
; on si ee drei ; aie } This means that such projects elieved that Russia ever wanted] a ood deal of anxitty a to | SION : : tant +
¢ sf ote } as extensive road building 1” ‘hina in the United Nations.’ whit events were I ng It is supi@mely important tha
a * } a hes Iv ive Africa and the Far East ancl Bevin said he believed Stalin} Both he and the Presice tfany settlem@nt should be arrived
nyo ut » sal he always j ‘ 1 ‘ t Wes ”
3 aye x ke Sta | Bauxite production in Jamaica nted to use China to force us| their talks ere concernt a under United Nations au pict
Augst Bracucker Dusseldorf was| will continue uninterruptedly fight.” —Reuter. j the relations of their twe 0 _ The british Gove rn nent im
sivin for the dé aan Money for these and fo tries and tt ontribs I ly believed that t re first step
in the Koch for 36 mur- j Simi colonial projects is made} - could make to the common cau in the solution of the Korear
ders, ittempted murder and available through E.C.A, counter- Niemoeller Asks At lee qd. ; problem was to bring fighting to
corap! n 145 more part funds and does not come ou' at ‘ lot for u he added i very early end
r ; t 4 y | f rhich i ivide t , . 24 “when military even vere f They have therefore given
Koch w: no 1 ourt to-day |of the fund which is divided u 4 . S d ~ » a, os E
and was not expected to return |among countries for commodities I or Swe ish Le ade P, moving so rapidl to ul ‘ their support to the resolution
P, ithi i to day cisions ) i t t t :
from hospital for several days.!for use within Europe. It is this KASSEL. Americ ica day Aey CORES ee put torward by a number or
She was removed from court yes-|latter fund which it has been PROFESSOR METZ (Pierre Maffei) proudly displays Roach City to Sheridan Whiteside (Frank Colly , G : ar can Seo. Oe lems which confront the United eastern countries which calls for
ald , . ermé .
terday in a fit of sobbing agreed to suspend. more), his secretary, Maggie Cutler (Greta Bancroft), and Bert Jefferson (Dick Vidmer). Scene Dr. Martin lax. palies We ,| NE oe ; ‘i 5 a cease-fire
3raeucker said: “It was ‘com~- Commenting today on the al from the Bridgetown Players “The Man Who Came To Dinner” at the Empire last night. German Protestant leader tl eyes tore ae Pr 3 M si Until China shows by he?
mon knowledge’ that she reported) cision, the Times in ae leading - mit ht advocated. adden.” of | alti eo ate i i 5 action that she is not obstruct-
prisoners for the slightest thing| article writes: The sterling are? sarees es ae | be 8 said the re was no doub hat ing the Cairo declaratianin 4
such as looking her in the face., a large will share in both Bri- e y nations not divided)! United Nations force id spect to Korea, it will be ait
She usually carried a_ riding nimeved je: for it is a power blocs and under} with a very serious reverse, su : : a
whin,? tain’s gratitude and pride, for : » Bi edish leadership fering heavily’ | : cult to reach a satisfactory solu
walp 1 separate this} : avily are 20), Me tion’ Attlee continued
He said anyone who lived in een pa cet ‘tno of He told a ao conference this} equipment a Attlee continut
vr ; re @ i y . . wi the y i as ; dded he tic ’
the « ae ate a Es the sterling area of which it is} n on us sion | - o ; © on way of assurin Lea Ba i A I it rhere are two courses open, to
aware of the atrocities c > Teams . ar : 1@ 2BeL Few Oe aR OOO u Kither we must try to nego-
there the centre or from those of ste: Salta’ Teneenesd ‘Cuauat - i 1 y to neg

tiate a settlement based on the
acceptance of normal standards
of international practice, and on
principles of the United Nations

may be ups and downs.”

The United Nations have cor
tinued their orderly with
and are in the process of



ce without consulting it, should
wald, once while he was in the] sterling area countries were aiming / spread despondency and joy alte

} Any leader of the German

Richard Gryd, Polish-German] ling of which it is trustee By ALEX VALENTINE | © ‘s . people who at this time offers
tailor from Stuttgart said that | Devaluation, which was in part ¢ SEOUL, Dec, 14 | u wr ar the world its manpower resour
during his internment at Buchen-| reccgnition that this and other Highly paid rum¢ mongers r



iimself volunteer for service,”









guard room a Jew was pushed| too high in their standards of con-| rately through Seoul today to a oe, TOKYO, Dec. 14. Niemoeller said ising their position in the are or on the other hand we shall
into his cell who said he had been| sumption proved to be the turning|enable their rackeleers (black The lull on the main Korean war front continued to- West Germans shov!d refuse}of the 38th parallel find ourselves drifting inevita-
reported by Koch while at his] point.” market operators) to cash in | day with United Nations forces still waiting below the] te take up arms against their ‘hina’ i bl re ids wi sett ‘
cebhriaha Min neice of rine. wT i ea ot } a ‘tee ‘Ts eve as termans wee 1e I nit > co .
work. The price of rice, Far Eastern! 38th parallel to see whether Chinese troops would press on.| brothers even, if East Germar China's lecognition aia Adinitioe Seated
The Jew had gold teeth and fine cost of living indicator, was halved} They were bl iw say wher 7 ca rah were forced to carry arms, he : ’ The Prime Minister then turned
tattooes including a ship light- M ( ; n crdls dat. mend: bad tes taion tat rey were unable even to say where Communists ad-] sided Referring w tne Government .]to what he called the “mis-under-
house and a setting sun in several | e owa original level in a few hours | vanced forces were, ; Replying to questions he said recognition of the People’s Gov tancding” which it was the object
colours. He said that the Jew e Dealers opened the day with} The only activity reported was from the Hungnam]| he expected nothing practical ape ey in China Attee said. dof the two statesmen to elarify
shortly afterwards was poisoned Resi Ss I C I | Fiegnselting | beachhead now being evacuated. A platoon of Chinese , from conversations between Eas\ ¢ believe it right that Chines Jie peferred specifically to “doubts
and skinned ° eke | holder ht , * ‘ : ‘ te Premier Grotewoh| and] representation in the United Ni se ce stibe
Reuter Houscholders bought little pre Communists attacked it yesterday, front line reports said | German remier Grotewohl| ¢ and ou vivings which have been

tions should belong to the pres
ent Government of China
Saying that the Joint Commu
nique expressed that there wer
differences in regard to the Fai

ferring to wait and see if the ‘ : ;
LONDON, Dec. 14 battle-front would last much to-day, but ney repudiated after a three-hour engagement. Adenauer. German — problem»
Lord McGowan, Chairman since} Jonger (A North Korean Communique} sould not be solved without the

1930 of the great British chemical Dealers then sent out their paid! yesterday in a reference to the! United Nations.—Reuter
combine, Imperial Chemical In-| tale bearers to spread false news U. S. ae Will Not | beachhead, said theiy troops were

| West German Chancellor Dr expressed on two important
topies

The first is the controh of mili
tary operations in Korea and the
























Arrest Hitler’s













sustries. is igni é “i Cee / continuing to “battle to clear the Easter: ituatior Attlee ided: [Second is the use of atomic weap-
Gustries, is resigning on health|)¢hat Chinese Communists had . ar ‘ we , MAWOn, 4 Acdas tabla es " he
; , . rf 7 ate ungnam..area.” » ons Lam fubly satisfied shat the
Housekeeper eo ae Company announced crossed the 38th parallel and were| Leave Washington ‘Aiond the Berenice oc U.N: Approve Cease fullest weight ‘wit bex given’ Vo
ere : driving up on Seou Seoul, the S rom a1: | the views of His Majesty’s Gov-
MUNICH, Dec. 14. Lord McGowan, who is now 76, The price of rice halved almos . Seoul, the South Korean capita Pos 2a e . a ° aver
5 ’ 0 a é athe slligence so ‘ yi. { . “nt before orders are i ed
Munich police to-day arrested] will be succeeded by Deputy} immediately as markets were if Attacked By Air nego = lige at . na a r I ire lit Kor a lL Must Build Up ae if _ , a oo ae eee
Hitler’s former housekeeper, An-| Chairman John Rogers who has: gooded with hurriedly sold hoard WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 | ous ima e orwarc wn oi a] ‘ADOWS, Dec. 14 es
Ww lacated ‘ j ens he! }munist position as anywhere} FLUSHING ME. 5, W . Pl t ( kl which have political implication
ni Winter, and confiscated some} been actively associated with the; of wealthy peopl: President Truman is determined | jetween “just north of the 38th] The Gencral Assembly approved ar ants uiec y
of Hitler’s personal belongings} Ccmpany and Companies rae A few hours later black market|ihat his Government shall not nafallel’ we rit ots ith, vee tT by 52 votes to 5 with one absten- Censorship
she had been trying to sell for] merged to form I.C.1I. since 1899.| runners went out again leave Washington in the event of | °° ee : ition t roposal
) V 1 4 : > : % 10 ion to-day the 13 nation proposa eon Vidi « } t Il ren,
40,000 Munich marks, police offi- Today’s announcement said Lord| ‘This time their tale was that}an air raid, Senators learned ye: oeree 70 mile further ie a chaectite- if Soren MARSHALL Se 7 vn on? is repre
cials said McGowan had been offered and} earlier news had been the result] terday ; Vor ‘The Soviet Union maintained its a pe hs a ir also t t
' . : Y oe . . 1ishes with gue t WASHINGTON, Dec, 14 »ports at a measure of cen-
Confiscated objects included al] had accepted the position of Hon + of a garbled despatch and that the ia a aa ishe a ! ae ishas I ft opposition to the proposal, and its A pene’ badlaiciee ue ’ot mee in - port ie) ‘ me . ; s = ( =
document signed by President] orary President of I.C.1I | United Nations forces were in They also heard that the flat v¢ nan ir ws ut We 3 Bs} m four supporters cast only neg vative dele eae er ns eh sorship i eing a ablish ( bes
Paul Von Hindenburg appoint- —Reuter.| foot driving forward. ness of Washington made it an | Nations advance two months age te Re tionalist China abstain- ar phi as ithe despatches from the front by wa
litler Chancellor; Hitler's | '



excellent atom bomb target, and | were reported within a few mile meet the serious threat of global!

Later they gave this tale added

























































correspondents of all the United
~ard: Lona ty 1 . > . {ef the parallel, but no organised| & ; conflict, United States Secretary] xy; ng
nee mew bet eeh t eel weight by “announcing tha Reed i are il ocauene ao ae t cli : eith " oe f ‘Cl Gian — a In view of the oe attitude, for Defence "dent ral Mar Na wee ton: “The Prit M
t lecorations; nctes for e ; “7 wry eye ti fle ; ys 1 é e- pocdies ‘ of h oO : »gates expressed any - : ‘ he al e went on e Prime inis-
epeeches Se party badge; a Austria Celebrates Chine se Communists had fled fron termined attack. Roger Jones, A North Koreans had yet been P : oh aaa Reh ep "ihe Se told Congress in a secret hearing @ On page 8
watel in a Sev eral water colours > Pyongyang pienso a sistant Budget Director told a= see: ao " ttempt Reuter. Whether an all-out war migh
hs 7 Witlor P . id t Bi th This news crove up PC) Sub-Committee Truman believed An American air forces! '''* © ; erupt within the next few months tr"
peinted by Hitler, resident r prices. Speculators cleaned up a®}ihat the Government could stay in ai at Wo was described t he ( ral
Three people id to have act- uch in one day as they might vias me ane eed ‘Cor i i oe that - - ree was - we ” yy the General a TELL THE ADVOCATE
net caine were ; ar- /LENI ac. ] , , ; = og a ee) a é or attac . there were indications that (her 4 very hard to answer v4
ed as ¥ etweens were also ar ae - Se ee, nn “ 2 normally make in years of henest|/gress adopted the $190,000,000 Cammunniet ae fave oie Electric I rain By ea Aiete, oak naka THE NEWS
rested berries ob ae Ne te tap pany aoe her bE proposal to disperse military high caacth ales x ai Hould to avold falicechle Hoe Ring 3113 Day or Night.
—Reuter 80th birthday of its President Dr e own starting to wage an all-out air re it ild to avoid full-seale hostil
. PE MABY OF 458 F The large degree of illiteracy]command and other key agencies | nae fi ‘ Kills 7 I abourers ties, but he added: “We realise }
Renner. ng Kereans and the extrem@]into the suburbs about 20 miles | wor in. Bores. - chat’ ON eence eittae, oe THE ADVOCATE
My saan : hae among reans ¢ eaten sé °S The gs 2smM: was . that an all-out war can be initiat 2
: Public buildings, trams anc | Pyeriy which prevents aff but a] aay, coupled ‘with alert radar| «tiny ¢Rat the senemy may nov i vesiiow. ie ee ie os Sar PAYS FOR NEWS.
B b k' Son Will buses were decked with flags.|/¢,., 0 owning ‘adios, aids theland fighter defences | cpinion that the “enemy may n f TERR Dec. Te yg ng wor
eaver brook s School-children were given al rs i their —Reuter, | intend to exploit fully his ail Seven labourers” were bec F other ide Reuter,
Marry In Jamaica holiday and both Houses of Par-| rs * rum ae ot * "| potential concomitantly with his when an vay 1 ert oe sight
me ae agents eute | yround success.” werp-Brusse ine late last nign isa) cl "
é re ting t ay i« . p . ors
Leetiomied th seers 4 ee Benne” PRO [Br Mha pattern has new unfolded"| ran. into a group of line workers. | MEN NN Ms Wis a5 0 Nis GN NG Ns NS NG NS SN
: Aitke! : f the news- homage to him , | Cl d Wi I lhe ‘a. TE nae inere The aetident took place about
EE | See i i 4 Torch-light processions were C. BISHOP 8 large it 1 na he bon a Magda apg even miles south of Antwerp
paper publisher, Lord Beaver-}1.414 in vienna last night and jing the tempo of air activity a Ses Te the eworker. a 3 «
1 brook, will be married to Violet]” ad J f the coun- > ye’ | 2dditional aircraft become avail ean ‘d not see the electric}! >
De Trafford in Jamaica at Christ- paaigpoi iy ly oa hi the | dasicies POST | ‘E c onriomic Sabotage’ \é ble from Gommunist Onin of aks ‘i cose ies Was tithe “of the 2 A “SON 'S "
1 1e Soviet Union.’ ‘Reuter et ; me i P i
t aa . i ‘afford, 24, is thej sreat all-Austria race. VATICAN CITY, Dec. 14 BERNBURG, SAXONY, Dec. i4 | pl ios moke from the Amsterdam-Pi ve ne j
Miss De Trafford, 24, at Ge his uE : vhich, had just. passed. |
i daughte: of Sir Humphrey De} Although Dr. Renner began hi Pope Pius XII has acceded to] The trial of eight former dire: xpress which had just passed. | IR PEE I ING |
Tr: fc os Teading racehorse eareer as a Socialist Right-wing SW "srestaie a Monsignor Turo tors and technicians of the Bel- | BEVIN WILL NOT RESIGN According to authorities, P if e- "
E y - 5 r = Ss - A > 4 z ) layelr ere & :
i raftord adl newspapers were as full of praise ee acuoint tee owned Solvay soda plant fo: inves warned of the elec ri x
| Ow: ‘ oi acral as Socialist journals, ski, t© be Te pose: ;| "economic sabotage” began in this | LONDON, De i4 rain's approach by a horn sound~ | ige
Aitken 30, a former Conser-|® > Party Ss ment as auxiliary Bishop O*) soviet Zone tor to-dé scret Trnest Bevi id by the lookout man ’
, , The Peoples’ Party newspape! ‘ : Soviet Zone town to-day Fore Secretary Erne Bevin >
vative MJ from London, is]. 7 Czentoc how a, Poland, it was East German authorities have ! I —Reuter. aon
ete the “London Express” | Said: “Although Dr, Renner has ui , né i s é i tonight cial lenic iy on AY SS
Director of i 9 th 5. FC.|/been an active and determined learned today | invited 39 western correspondents | don rerorts published last night aA:
newspaper ove eee, a , Bishop ‘Turowski addressed), the trial, one of the rare occa the n ‘
sat ritai ? >, ter the ‘ at | vas resigning ir le nea . ms
during the Battle of Britain and Socialist all ee ee as area his request to the Pope, fter the'l sions when the strict controls bak eo i k One Believed Dead z
two years later won the D.S.O. preve: nted shim rom b . 8 Polish. Government had turned|ring entry to the Soviet zone have y s
for his night-fighting sorties Austrian — down repeated applications to] been lifted i ’ Plane Crash ss
| allow him to return, although h¢ Yhe defendants who have beer POCKET CARTOON I 4 <
2T ‘ T » was a Polish citizen jin gaol one year are charged with 1 Daas aaa ‘ ss Neth Oe:
j Lo ut BARBADOS ON MAL vi “ i ean ei two |maintaining espionage links wit by OSBERT LANCASTER RIO DE J ANEIRO Dec, 18. ‘ 2
rt ag vas believe West German industrialists ae while tour others. Yao aee
Putas : The trial, East Germany’s fift! 1 ee ' aT a Po
i delibe rotest a I e ‘ us injuries when a
j P li h Pls . titude major prosecution of “spies an: ; AVAC Saati dana nd by
olis ; I A i a + Manche j a \ assenger plan cra a iat
Bishop Turow was expelled | % boteur is expected to last six caught fire taking off from =
from, Poland five months ago day a nsishe Ribeirao Preto in the interior of :
Turowski then Superior in cue @ao Paulo on flight to the state 3
Rome of the Society of Catholic capital a
; t non t last According to first reports ‘he ) gy
Apostulate wa ominated i ‘ A , mas :
} June as auxiliary Bishop with ¢ TRINIDAD STEELBAND aircraft the ype eg ie ‘ &
i right of succession to the Bi hop- still unidéntified s 1 ost al- | &
tude shortly afte avin ;
ne eCsontocnowa (COMING TO. BARBADOS fiude shortly after Jeaving foe |i
euter ground ane ashed while 4
siaeiemeilis . (From Our Own Correspondent) ' over the virport &
‘ PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 12 Reuter. |G








(U.S. WILL ASK SPECIAL Members of the see
steelband o ort-0 pain
PRAYER FOR. we visit Barbados, where they w
stay for about two weeks, during |
which time they will give sever: i

-aniniiialaiaeaianala

FOUR SUNS GIVE HIM A

NEW YORK, Dec. 14



The Americ of Cr Ps j ¢ 2$6 NEW YORK, Dec. 14 j 7
, r “Chi . SD ee eae ey je | Performances in_an endeavour to peas bot Pe Mini te hoa Four images of the sun in the! s : &
lan hureh¢ n ort aus “ a . ‘hw y i ysu nn Ministe vt ag ! t te { ¥ ny, ‘ ‘
Eve a da { prayer for peace spread the Christmas cheer suki u statement that’s even colours of the rainbow were | CARTON OF 200 =
and { 1 f President | through a form of music quite ether witiuly misunderstood visible here esterday rhe s
and, f , =

} Trun e offered | Novel to the people. They leave on y representatives of the Press Weather Bureau explained that}
we promptly repudiated by



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1 the sun rays refracted through %
® ali, ar iper mar ponsi- | They will be met by Mr. W think tus. Gc eer layers of ice crystal ened 1} &
| bilits that he 1 n) may re- |Crawford, Member of the Barba a- asing ide ortp.! “mock” suns to appear to the left &
ceive pe I { lead us|dos House of Assembly, on ita ¥ the right, above and below the wm
: —Reuter. rival sun's own image —Reu ter. 2
i ee ‘er
; TO VACCINATION APPEAL IS POOR é
R f CAL | S
Park f ale witt il the, forc tr | an
| The response to my appeal to Queen's ark — 9 a.m, to; my notice yester It elt that people with al ve, force at my :
| the Pi blic of Br idgeto oe iits} 5 p.m the people of Bridgetowr ho were command, to attend the Vaccina- | &
lenvirons to attend Vaccina- | The Police Station, Bay Street} protected by injections last year|tion Centres for this the only th
tion Centre i very! —9 a.m, to 5 p.m against Typho ‘ever need not | protection, and I appeal to ever x
d ointir s i Dr. O’Mat on: come for vaccination no he | one to use influence to this end thaw. Se
it Pree terd Uy Three more Centres will be) injections last year protect against w » endeavouring & .
te late 1 t eveni! opened as from today, Fri- Typhoid Fever ar ot against we On J n a on i . ae me
nl 300 = attends he Four day, December 15th and these Smail Pox and it against the it muh BS ery .aenee ease ;
Centres uceady established, "| SF5au fellows = traduction of this disease we are Alone Peannot do ths. 1 can on!» @ = WRAPPED IN CELLOPHANES
7 tIRLS wD A BOY. The next time you see them in print they| ‘These - Westbury Girls’ School 9) fighting now and small pox vac- | 40 so b; he co-operati | ; oan
TWO GIRLS A! | Th 3 D é &
will be wear ts and shorts and telling the whole world “COME The office of the Director of a.m. to 5 p.m, ination is the only preventive and the simple and | a =
s ; »rvi E eat t Carrington Village Girls’ do is to get vaccir i 6 aoe ™ ?
TO BARBADOS Medical Services, The Wharf— g ‘ , * ox
i Mr. Ardean Mill ot ipher and two pretty Miami models, 9 am, to 5 p.m, School — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m As I have alread the re- | delay at any of the sever & AL WA YS FRESH a
; Jacklyn Ward and Joy B suring the Caribbean taking picture The Parochial Buildings Baby Welfare Centre, Eagle|sponse yesterday ha er ¢ now established Pd Z
for Pan American Airways ve already visited Trinidad, Tobago Cumberland Street, 9 a.m te Hall —%9a.m. to 5 p.m disappoir ‘ he Patie t Pe FPN: ONE Oe al i 4 we
and Grenada and expect to be here anvil Sunday 5 p.m + 1) J sie beint fas been brounht tol Tf al to t tisfact TIN PN PN NDR DN DU TNR PN GN PN DR GR DRG NNN NNR NY



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Service Manager to us. 1) The News, 2.10 pm. Home News from
f britain; 2.6 pm. Sports Review, 2.30
R. AND MRS. DAVID WIL-| ,% When the Boy goes to sea, 16), [ns English Song, 3.00 pm. The Million i}; WHO CAN ANSWER COMING

SON and toeir small daugh- 12 Promising success. (7)
ter Jane Elizabeth, have been] i4 his is bone (5)



a ae te 400 p.m. The News, 4.10 OPENING x MPIRE
1 aily Service 5 p shts
pam, Mae Daily Service, 4.48, pim. Nighi Ww NING ii We BURNING 2 IS THERE E

4uests at Cacrabank for a fort- 16 Another fish. (3) son at the Theatre Organ, 5.15 p.m. ee
night, 18 Apparently Tommy thinks It’s a | Programme P: *. 5.30 Seottith Maga- rida
ee, ence! ule’ epics Mabie Farr Parr better thing to do. (8) | zine, 6.00 p.m, The Music Goes Round, {i (Friday)

Mansier. tx arty Servic 40 When hands strike together em: | 5-30 p.m. The Reith Lectures, 7.00 p.tn. \ 2.30 & 8.30
Manager ivr .wo years in British ployees don’t do this but the | The News, 7.10 p.m. News Analysis, 7.15
Guiana for the ‘lractor and Motor ubli¢ do (7) pm, Wet Indian Guest Night, 7.45 |} p.m.
Coy., which 1s a division of Spros- zz You'll be ao age getting sus ($) pay What nm Langone on as Roew

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tons Ltd., a Subsidiary of the 4 Gaslignt, (4) 24. Come after, (6) pm.

It’s the pace they go. (4) United Nations Report, 6.20 p.m. Com. |}}) Also

Aluminum Co., of Canada.



f The Week, 830 p.m. The
; ae — Debate Continues, 8.45 p.m, BEC Scot- Saturday and
Patrick And Patricia 4 ried pods of Acacia. (3, 8) hb Orchestra, 9.45 p.m, Communism 45
NTRANSIT f St. Kitts yes s Lt is sometimes feathered. (3) Wipincace bee mel Ee News, 10.30 Sunday, 4.
rom St. Kitts yes- + This hole is often a means Off) SC The editorials, 19.15° p.m. and 8.30 p.m. oe —o™



BEVERLEY CARLTON, (Michael Timsou) bids
Cutler (Greta Bancroft) after a flying visit.





goodbye to Maggie terday by B.W.1.A. en route escape. (¢)

Daily Express measures, (3) The Adventures of P.C. 40, “B45 p.m





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IS EXCELLENCY the Gov- Ni W McLean is with B.W.1.A’s Traffic 8 This kind at thing ia exactly ike )) A New = an" SAT., SUN. & MON—5 & 8.30 p.m.

oe ene and Mrs. Savage at- TR Aion s ork ns Deperunent in Piarco and was in Cee oenbere of the Deine rs { Warner B aramounts: Laisecasiia sits Natalie

ended the opening performance of ae EaSter nee. is ae an St. Kitts on a short visit. His family. (5) \ 7 ’ ee . t
the Bridgetown Players produc- 4 Ameri an photographer and parents live there. His father| ‘0 Sriefly used on today’s coinage. Z { Thriller ! with Mary Martin aan si Cleo Calypso King o
tion of “The Man Who came To two Miami models, Miss Jacklyn is Dr. McLean. Sordi deont eaten Oe ya

Dinner” at the Empire Theatre Ward ae Miss Joy Butler arrived Responder. (4)

: Featuring : Midnight Show Sat. 16th (Monogram Double
last night, here yesterday. Mr. Miller is tak- Moving In ) Horses get t in the neck. (4) aturing g g





BRIDGETOWN










‘. ing “@ Pr Ye at Wershipped in Arcadia. (3) “ONE THRILLING NITE” “THE KNOCKOUT”

Among the guests in the Gov- Nigtun ee cade es ING COMMANDER Des- TODAY—2.30 & $30 P.M. DANE with John Beal with Leon Errol |!
ernor’s party were Miss Pat besn falands.. fie has beak Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Hopwood, Py slands. e has been with thie sore anne Seat a a 1 Eoundelay Relture: 9, Tear, 10. SAT. & SUN—445 & 8.90 P.M.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H: Adams, Mr -A.A. for about five years doing “© wo sons Michael and Ger- vous 11, Olives 1s iasuitt 14, Role: ag

Ss, + . : ‘i “Es par a 1 to, 21, ad, 22 Rid: >

Tom Adams, Mr. A. B. Skinner, ‘is kind of work aid, and their dog “Hannah,” who 1 24, Charade. Down: 1, : Be
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Stuart and , P:4-A- will shortly be circu- have been staying at “Cacrabank dav t Gall: B Sera? 1a "Lover in Warner Bros. - - - es

Gay, 7. Sail; 8. Zero; 12. Lover;
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the Governor’s A.D.C. Maj. Den- lating an illustrated travel folder fer twelve weeks have bought









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"3 Saturday Nite Special (16th, 23rd & 30th) 8.30 Show
Dane Alexis Zachary CLARK Save your } Ticket—Win A “XMAS HAMPER”
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r av
i SP ideas about the West Indies, using pic- “Cloud Walk,” Rendezvous, and uw HIPLASH =.
nis Vaughan, tures ae pe will take ea Bnd sre now moving in, raat a 436 ea SIE So aaE aes : ALEXIS I | G A IETY (The Garden) ST. JAMES
. * in the other islands. g% ° > D TINEES
Christmas Holidays They have already visited Trini- For Trinidad Races Ice Skating In Jamaica? Cr oe beg rien Friday, Sat., Sunday 8.30 p.m. Mat. Sun 5 p.m.
OST of the Schools are now gad, Tobago and Grenada and M* GILBERT YVONET and ont eee bl |
on holiday and every day will be here until Sunday Mr. Edgar Crossley left oes British ice - skating The pri eg ely < Warner's Thriller!
planes for the various islands arc : yesterday afternoon by B.W.I.A. champion Miss Megan Taylor, George O'BRIEN in - - - John Ann Pat
tilled with school boys and girl For Barbados Holiday for Trinidad to ride in the Trini-| now a film executive, will shortly “PAINTED passer’ ZACHARY : :
returning to their homes for ois deed aeidiaene ‘ ay *lecdiee terme "aeetir mee be making ae sauna: =~ Win Toki ec ok sie GARFIELD SHERIDAN O'BRIEN in
Christmas 3. JC 5 and Ing, — r > Je T} mission is to discover whether “BROTHERS IN THE 5. E . os
Chil Bivetiontan her two children accom- Trinidad yesterday was Mr, Chri] conditions in the West Indies are|]| *~——y 4." wicket ona Win SCOT T “CASTLE ON THE HUDSON
R. CECIL CRAWFORD ar- panied by her aunt Miss Robinson Newman. suitable for making a skating film]]| ““Christmas Hamper” at 8.30 Show ae
M rived from Trinidad yester- 2!tived from Trinidad yesterday School Days Over which would be both topical and]|] 4 on Sat. Dec. 16th, 23r@ & 0th SSS 55> ——
day by B.W.LA. en route frors Morning by B.W.I.A. for a holi- HE next time Lilian Howes} tropical










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Tobago where he is Mathematica! day in Barbados 7 comes to Barbados, it will
Master at the Bishop High School. Mr. Johnson, who is with the not be as a school girl. For many
Cecil who is an Old Harrisonian Royal Bank of Canada in Port-of- years she has been a pupil at

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has come over for the Christmas Spain expects to come up for a Codrington High School. On 66 99
holidays. few days over Christmas. Wednesday she left for her home

Satria ili igirctonamangande orem ratleoempenticennnay in Montserrat. This was her last

’ ° term at school here.
Rupert’s Autumn Primrose—34 ; ;
TOT ENTE GT ——— rs 7 Flying Athletes 6 MARHILLY STREET
Whe * a ‘«) a) n &
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To-day 5 and 8.30 and 8.30
= BRIDGETOWN = To-morrow 5 and 8.30 aiulne ieiinas

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The Bridgetown Players Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra
presents in

“THE MAN WHO CAME “ON THE TOWN”











by air went MacDonald ’ = Ts
Bailey and Arthur Wint, who to- B’DOS MODERN












gether with Roger Bannister, the EATERY (Members Only)
Oxford University Athletics Pres- K i MATINEES: TO-DAY & T0 DINNER and
ident, will be taking part in the Serving :

, TO-MORROW at 5 p.m.
TO-NIGHT at 8.30 and
continuing

A New Paramount Picture:
Showing for the First Time in
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Ceutennial International Meeting
in New Zealand. On the trip
home they will take part in one
or two indoor track meetings in
the United States,

Mac and Arthur are naturally
delighted at the prospects of the
trip and both say that they are IP
fine form. Mac has never before
run on an indoor track and he is

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When the others join Rupert the here and no further. There mus
elf is nowhere to be seen, and, be some reason for that." They
though he tries to explain, they get walk round it thoughtfully, bue





2 , looking forward to the Stginan

more and more puzzled, so he leads Rupert gradually edges away. eagerly 7 foe thee g
hem along the track to the sundial “Why does that elf keep disap- experience, Arthur is hoping that
in the Imp of Spring was last pearing ?'’ he thinks, ‘* and where he may have another opportunity Hh aiid (4 Louis ee — Patricia
seen, 9" It's many years since 1 is he now? I'm sure he could help to resume his struggles with Herb GI OBE — Ty, Medina OLYMPIC
‘ew this sundial,’ murmurs the old — me if only he would come with us.” McKinley, whom he beat in the 1 ~ ee

leman. ‘I'd almost forgotten And he moves towards some thiek finals of the 1948 Olympic 400
it. How odd that the track leads bushes. metres.



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George Macready and Alfonso
Opening To-day to Sunday B

Last Two Shows To-day 4.30
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and



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ROXY Vivian Blaine and Dennis

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15,



Foundation Girls’
Head Urges Parents’
Co-operation |

At Prize Day



The headmistress of the
Church Girls’ Foundation School,
Miss Inniss, made an appeal to
parents for their co-operation
when she gave her report of the

past school year at the annual
Prize Day yesterday. Comment-
ing on the Headmistress’ report,

His Excellency the Governor, Mr.
A. W. L. Savage said that he was
particularly interested in the
Headmistress’ appeal for the co-
operation of parents, because ¢
the danger of considering, that a
girls’ education was not nearly as
important as a boy’s

Mrs. Savage distributed the
prizes and a vote of thanks was
moved by the Chairman of the
Governing Body, Hon. G. B, Eve-
jyn. After the Chairman’s vote
of thanks, a play, “The Hand Of
Fate,” or “A Villain Foiled” by
J. Barker, was staged. The Upper
School sang six carols.

Making her appeal, the head-
mistress said that if they had the
parents’ co-operation already,
parents should let it be practical
She said that the termly reports
which were sent to them were
meant to be read and studied.
They had taken time and trouble
over them and gave parents the
truth as they saw it.

She would advise them, she
said, to avoid having their chil-
dren coached for long hours af-
ter school. She had not yet known
a case where such a_ procedure
had been helpful and she had
known of many where it had
been detrimental to progress at
School. To those parents who
were anxious to have their girls

equipped for work as soon as
they left school, she would ask
not to let them embark on a
Commercial Course before pro-
per foundations in English Lan-
guage and Arithmetic had been
laid.
New Buildings
She said that plans for new

school buildings about which she
spoke in her last report still re-
mained on paper, though there
were great hopes of seeing them
materialise, Perhaps Govern-
ment’s retrenchment in ‘1s build-
ing programme settled in .ne feary
of those who disliked tiie idea
of an amalgamation of the Boys’
and jirls’ Foundation Schools,
whilst it dashed to the ground
the hopes of those who foresaw

in the combination a_ brilliant
future.

They should not lapse into
apathy because the Island’s fin-

ancial resources did not permit
the proposed scheme being car-
ried out, They could at least by
additions and acquiring more
land around the site, provide
advantages.

Year by year they saw the ur-
gent need for a course perhaps
with a technical bias, to supple-
ment the academic course already
provided. Such a course would
give those who were not academi-
cally inclineq a greater interest in
life in general and school in par-
ticular. Parents, too, would be
relieved to know that their efforts
had not been wasted, and they the
teachers would feel in going with
the current, a greater sense of
achievement,

She did not think that it was
good for the School’s progress for
parents to regard that school as a
last resort. Such an outlook would
have a bad effect on the child and
in turn the school suffered.

In his address, the Governor
said that it was true that the
majority of girls ultimately would
marry and would not be the bread-
winners of a family, but he be-
lieved that to run a home and bring
up a family successfully required
as much intelligence, knowledge
and patience although of a

different kind — as to run an office
or a business,
If the training received at school
was coupled with good training
@ On page 8.



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1950

Latrines At
Morgan Lewis
ATRINES are erected at Mor-

gan Lewis Bay for the first
This bay attracts a large

«
time

Christ} @â„¢Ount of excursionists especially |

on week-ends and Bank-Holidays
but had no proper sanitary facil-

ities
The Advocate was told yester-
day that it is also intended to
erect a casino at Morgan Lewis
and already the foundation is be-
ing built.
FIRE of unknown origin

which broke out at a house
in Dash Valley, St. George, at
about 1 p.m. on Wednesday, des-
troyed a quantity of clothing and
damaged the floor.
Neighbours assisted
guishing the blaze. The owner,
Albertha Belgrave, was not at
home at the time of the fire.
Another fire completely des-
troyed a kitchen at Josey Hill, St
Lucy. The kitchen was about four
feet away from a house owned by
Charles Johnson. In thig instance
neighbours also helped to put out
the blaze. Tho house is insured.

D. BARROW’S Shoemaking

establishment has been going
for nearly half a century and has
become popular with local folk
and visitors,

The firm was founded by Mr.
C. D. Barrow who first started
business in Palmetto Square. He
remained at that spot for over 40
years before removing to Roebuck
Street, the present premises.

Old Mr, Barrow has retired and
now his sons are left to carry on
his good work.

Mr. Harld Barrow, a son, told the
Advocate yesterday that they work
for tourists and many local people.
Some visitors who buy shoes show
them to their friends in other
countries. One of the first things
these friends do when they in turn
visit the island, is to get in con-
tact with the firm through the
hotel,

He said that before the last
war the majority of outside orders
were from English people, but at
present orders come from Ameri-
cans, Canadians and Englishmen,

The firm employs 18 workmen
and a number of apprentices.
Boys are also trained for bursary
examinutions. On the last occa-
sion four sat and all passed. One
stayed on to work with the firm,

HE FRUITFUL HILL Road,

St. Joseph, is at present under-
going repairs, It is now closed to
traffic. This is one of the St.
Joseph’s Roads that were damaged
during the heavy rains.

A large number of workers are
on the job and it is expected that
it will soon be completed. Stones
are being drawn from the Bragg’s
Hill quarry.

So far this year in St. Joseph,
Orange Hill, Frizers, Vaughan’s
and Bragg’s Hill Roads have been
repaired,

Sarai! are making large

hauls at the Belleplaine area.
A few days ago one fisherman
caught 80 fish in one throw of the
net.

There had been a shortage of
fish in this area during the rainy
season, but fishermen are now
making the best possible use of
the smooth sea.

in extin-



25'- FOR RESISTING

Joseph Brewster, a labourer of
Dunlow Lane, St. Michael, was
yesterday fined 25/- by His
Worship Mr. A. J. H. Hans-
chell, for resisting Police Con-
stable Bourne while in the
execution of his duty on Decem-
ber 13.

BOAC's FLIGHTS
NORMAL AGAIN

B.O.A.C. services to and from

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



TAKING PRECAUTION





AEE wean toc teas

Re

* Smarr ee Gee

GETTING VACCINATED at the Centre at the Wharf.

Suspected
Case Do

Small Pox
ing Well

THE ENGLISH PATIENT who was isolated at Pel-

ican Island on Monday, as
has been reported to be
Director of Medical Service
Dr. O’Mahony said that
of small pox in the island
Waterfront workers and clerks
of offices around the waterfront
were still going into the CMO’s
office yesterday for vaccinations
against this disease.
In the meanwhile, longshore-
men were busy gettirig ashore
the cargo out of the Biographer’s

hatches.

Medicines, tea, baby
biscuits, potted meat,
chocolate, barley, soups, pickles
sherry, quaker oats, cigarettes
preparations were

cream,
drinking

and toilet
among the hundreds of tons of
cargo discharged yesterday. The
cargo, which has arrived in time
for the Christmas season, came
from Liverpool,

The Biographer was in port
from early Monday morning but
it was quarantined until mid-
day that same day. Since then,
there was no unusual break in
the unloading of the vessel.

The Advocate was informed
at the CMO’s office yesterday
that the response of the public
was most satisfactory. They said
that the majority of waterfront
workers and the whole crew of
the Biographer had been vac-
cinated.

136 Vaccinated

By midday yesterday 136 peo-
ple had turned up at the four

centres for vaccinations against
small pox.

Many people passed centres
without taking notice but the
nurses on duty always had a
good word of advice. One nurse
after telling a man that there
was a suspected case of small
pox at Pelican Island, was heard
to remark, “A stitch in time

saves nine.” These words prompt-
ed the man to walk in and get
his vaccination.
When the
the centre at the
Buildings at midday
34 people had already got their
vaccinations. The majority were
from St. Michael and a few

visited
Parochial
yesterday

Advocate

the United Kingdom ete., havejfrom St. James and St. Thomas.

again returned to normal. They

were interrupted by an unoffi-|lymore, assisted by Mr.
cial strike of electricians at Lon-} Sinckler,

don Airport.

INSIST ON

STORES



Nurses V. Collins and E. Col-
Cire:
are on duty at this
centre.

a suspected case
doing well, Dr. O'Mahony,
s told the Advocate yesterday.
there were no suspected cases
at present.

TINSMITH REMANDED
Fitz Hunte, a 50-year-old
tinsmith of Richmond Gap, was

remanded with baij by His
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
yesterday after he was charged
with using indecent language

and resisting Sgt. Louis Marshall
while in the execution of his
duty on November 23.

Calypsonians Preparing
For January

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dee, 11.

Calypsonians in Trinidad are
busy hunting places to erect their
tents for the coming season, which
opens on January 2, The Hon.
Raymond Quevedo, better known
as Atilla the Hun, along with a
seven-man team including Melody
and the Mighty Terror will sing
at St. Vincent Street,





Around the same time only 20
had taken their vaccinations
from Queen's Park where Nurses
Brewster and Sands, along with
Mr. Gibson, are on duty. Thirty-
three were on the register at the
Bay Police station and 49 at the
centre on the wharf.

Nurses Gomes and Foster are
; at the wharf while Nurse Est-
wick, assisted by Mr. Blackman
and Mr. Fagan, are at the Bay
Police Station. *



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30 Years Old | __ 'Cetliste Bay
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seamen were “stumped” yester-| Lady Joy Ser Mary E._ Caroline,
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Schooner ‘Marion Belle Wolfe.” | s.. wv € L M. Tannis, Yacht
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“Wolfe” Over! HARBOUR LOG





charging

cargo from British ARRIVALS
Guiana. She can be easily spot- S38 Lady Rodney, 4,907 tons nett,
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her red-painted and squatty hull ~ schooner Cyril E. Smith, 66 tons nett,
which definitely shows age, She Cor. ann ae a By sd
" tals a <4 "KR = Ss leoa fennan 3,945 tons neti,
has been registered at 76 tons Capt Ohren, from British Guiana
net Sch. Laudalpha, 60 tons nett, Capt
The “Wolfe” is a, Canadian} Gumbs, from St. Lucia 2
vessel. Her first owner was one} MV Cones. 0 tons net on
Mr. Wolfe, a Canadian fisherman Schooner Enterprise S., 63 tons nett,
who built her as a_ fishing} Capt. McQuilkin, from st Lucia :
Passengers arriving in por y the
schooner, — S.S. “Lady Rodney" were from
After doing some years of fish-| paltox Mr. J. E. Jessup, Miss M,C
. i 2 freddy | Sutherland, Mr, L. P. Wood, Mrs
ing, a Guianese, Mr. Freddy Wood. From Boston—Miss U. Green
Camacho, bought her over and} (008), ‘itis, Mrs. C. H. Leesman,
converted her into a cargo ship. |Mrs. M. Leyel, Mr, M < a
Col. W. HA. | D. Mac Mahon, Mrs
Changed Hands MacMahon, Mr. F. J. Ratcliffe Mr
She has since that time changed] ¢ Watts: Mrs Watts, Mrs Ki 4
: 3. Cavte 20-| Wilson From Bermuda fr §
hanis three times. Capt ain Le0-| Wikkon. Rrom everian, #eom._-An-
cock of Saba bought it from Mr | MeFarlan. | pranch, Major A. A. M
Camacho and sold over to Mr Hill, From St hula Mrs ww ©, Mes-
> srs « a & siah, M s Lepherin as § :
isa te of Messrs. Manning & Co, oan Shins Vi. Dewaned.

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and Trinidad. She took 16 pas-
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quantities of apples, and puack-
ages of used clothing and per-
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Bernard Rolle,
Athene Shillingford
Maria Samuel, Gertrude
Callender

Shillingford,
Bertram
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George
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Friday, December 15, 1950

HOARDINGS

AT a recent meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce Mr. Trevor Bowring voiced the
sentiments of a large number of people
when he asked that the Chamber pro-
nounce against hoardings and other adver-
tising signs which are damaging the beauty
of the country side.

Within recent years the tendency has
grown to advertise various products by
painted signs.

The Civic Circle has been anxious to pre-
serve what little beauty remains of the
country side and suggestions have been
made that these signs be limited to the City
and its environs. Districts beyond three
miles from Bridgetown, it is claimed,
should be protected from this form of ad-
vertising.

There are those who feel that inasmuch
as the owners who permit these signs to be
erected derive a certain amount of revenue
from the advertisement itself and from the
sale of the merchandise which they display
to the public, it would be infringing unne-
cessarily, their rights, if all advertising
were arbitrarily banned.

From the aesthetic point of view it
might be worth while to investigate what
effect a change of colour schemes syn-
chronising with the surroundings would
have on the matter.

In Great Britain there are societies de-
dicated to the preservation of the beauty
of the country side. In Barbados the only
organisation devoted to such work is the
Civic Circle and it might be that their in-
fluence will weigh considerably in restrict-
ing the use of signs which in most cases
detract from the beauty of the island.

It does appear that this is a matter for
co-operation rather than legislation. The
vast amount of energy used in encourag-
ing tourists to come to Barbados would be
mis-spent if the beauty of the place is to
be spoiled by signs whose effectiveness
could be replaced by other and more ade-
quate means of advertising.

EXECUTIVES

THE appointment of Mr. D. A. Wiles,
Public Librarian to the post of Assistant
Colonial Secretary is a new departure
which will be welcomed not only by the
members of the Civil Service but by the
general public.

The appointment is an answer to the
allegation made against the Civil Service
that there was difficulty in finding first
class ability to fill the higher brackets. Mr.
Wiles who began his career as Assistant
Master at Harrison College was given
special training for the post of Librarian
some years ago. When there was a short-
age on the staff of the Colonial Secretary’s
Office, he was seconded for duty as an act-
ing Assistant Colonial Secretary. It is
clear that his work has been of such credit-
able standard that he was recommended
for the substantive post. To that he has
now been appointed.

His promotion will serve as an incentive
to members of the service who will realise
that they too can rise to the higher brack-
ets if they have the requisite qualifications
and show the necessary diligence.

There has been a tendency in this island
to accentuate the claims of Barbadians to
appointment to the higher posts in the
Civil Establishment. This can only be done
where all things are equal or where the
local candidate has the advantage by
reason of his acquaintance with local con-
ditions.

Mr. Wiles is a Barbadian whose claims
can be staked not only on the ground of his
academic training but of his knowledge of
local conditions. He was in addition to
being Public Librarian, a member of the
Governing Body of the St. Michael’s Girls’
School and his knowledge of the people of
this island will be an asset to an officer in
the executive grade who will not be com-
pelled to accept inforrnation brought to
him by means of minute papers and other
official documents.

Tn addition to all this, Mr. Wiles is a man
of judicial temperament and admirably
suited to the balancing of facts. Young and
energetic he is bound to be an asset to the
staff of the Colonial Secretariat.





. Invited Criciveters
To The Editor, The Advocate-~-

SIR,—Permit me to congratulate your sports-
writer, Mr, O, S. Coppin on his article in last Sun-
day’s issue concerning the action of the Barbados
Selection Committee in invitin;; only 28 players to
take part in the Trials for the forthcoming tour of
Trinidad to Barbados next month,

Mr. Coppin quite rightly points out that 28 is too
small a number for a place like Barbados with its
wealth of cricketing talent when it is remembered
that British Guiana who could just get Christian!
on the West Indies team have invited 48 players,
Trinidad 40 and Jamaica over 40.

Do they intend to stifle cricket ia this sweet Little
island of ours? No, please.

Mr. Coppin referred briefly to other players whom
they could have asked in additiom to thé’28 but
I must point out that even Mr. Coppin seemed to

have forgotten some most worthy ‘players simply
because they have no big names. Players like
Edgehill of Carlton, Torry Pilgrim formerly
of Lodge and now of Spartan. Barker of
Empire, Branker of Y.M.P.C., George Gilkes of
Leeward, McCarthy, Reece and Govidard of the
Barbados Cricket League, could have been invited
CRICHKItT FAN.
*“Diadem Cottage
Black Rock
St. Michael

December 14, 1050,

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



|

Nothing
and

sears so fast as the cost
yet=—I contend that no
arms need come from

of government...

money for extra

taxes

HOW TO SAVE
£230.000.000

A YEAR

The Inquiry is conducted by HAROLD BRETT

THE most expensive thing in of the committee asked a Ministry
Britain to-day is government. Its witness if it was possible to cut
price to us has rocketed more costs by getting the civil servants
steeply than the domestic cost of and gang labourers in these hosteis
living. to help with the washing-up and

Even a house which costs more other domestic chores, just as
than three times its pre-war price ordinary citizens do in their own
is a bargain by comparison, To homes,
be governed to-day costs more No, sir, residents do not help
than four times as much as it did in the hostels.
in the 1930's. The committee has previously

And yet Mr. Attlee’s Adminis- reported on hostels with one staff
tration, now that it needs another member for every resident.
£353 million a year to rearm Brighton Traininz College of the
Britain, makes only two charac- National Fire Service does better
teristic suggestions :— than that; a staff of 80 has been

1, More loans from America. kept there to look after 35 officers
(“It would be impossible to carry in training. Cost: £40 a week for

out the full programme,” says the each officer.

Government memorandum, “with-
out substantial United States
assistance,
ropean Recovery Programme.”)

At. the National Institute of

in additi . Houseworkers £120,000 of public
im padition $0.the money was spent last year to teach

2 More sacrifices—“real and 290 women to do housework. What

sul stantial”—by the British peo-
ple

Pass back...

"xe idea of real and substantial

ecc omies in Government spend-

inj ‘s not mentioned,

|. ow, before belts are tightened
holidays cancelled, the gigan-
rill should be passed back by

the people to the Ministers who

are paid to govern them,

Not a single £ needed for arms
need come from extra taxation.
The whole lot can be pruned from
moneys being wasted by the Gov-
ernment,

There is plenty of scope. Why
two Ministries (Food and Supply)
which did not exist at all in 1938
now spend as much as an entire
Government did then.

Too Late

The Health Ministry and the
sc-ial health group of Ministries
cc itrol a spending equal to an-
. ad pre-war Government and a

Parliament could not hope to
cope with the details of such
lavish expenditure. The Com-
mittee on Estimates and the Pub-
lic Accounts Committee never
fail in their reports to expose
seandals involving wasted tens of
millions of public money. But
then it's too late.

Look at some of this wild
spending; it was listed by the
Committee of Public Accounts in
its report issued a few days ago.

New towns: The cost to the
Exchequer for each New Town of
50,000 inhabitants will be
£25,000,000, Twelve have al-
ready been designated for Eng-
land and Wales.

The committee points out that
if Parliament (which has to grant
the cash) does not go on granting
fresh millions many of the mil-
lions already spent will be wasted.

Hostels: £8,500,000 was lost
last year on hostels run by the
State. An

an
tic

A Gross Young

did the women do with this train-
ing? Nobody knows. Nobody seems

to care. What’s £120,000 to big-
time spenders?

In Germany: The Supply Min-
istry shipped 360 lorries to Ger-
many to help in scrap-metal
recovery, Many were unsuitable,
nearly half were never used, The
surplus lorries were sold in Ger-
many, but as’they were included in
other lots there is no record of
how much they fetched.

Drained .. .

Many instances are given in the
report of ship repair and conver-
sion jobs for the Transport Minis-

’ try where money spent has been

three times the estimate. One
vessel went up from £540,000 to
£2,000,000.

The size of the final bill is
often realised too late to stop the
work. Too much has been spent
already. So down the drain go the
millions, and no amount of tut-
tutting will bring them back again.

In the National Health Scheme,
for example, tens of millions can-
not be checked by the committee
because no detailed accounts have
been kept.

Firstly—

It amounts to this: A cut of
only ten per cent. on this year’s
Government expenditure would
provide ALL the money needed
for Britain’s arms bill, It would
then be unnecessary to cadge from
America—or from the taxpayer.

What is more, the state of the
country would be healthier and
its administration more efficient
if such a cut were made.

Go for the big stuff first. Begin
the cuts with the civil servants.
In April 1939 there were 387,000
of them on the State pay roll and
their wages totalled £137 million
a year,

This year there are 680,000 with
a wage bill of £380 million.

Up Again

astonished member At the end of three Attlee years,

in July 1948, the total was not
down, as promised, but up to 715,-
000. Since then there have been
big bonfires of contro's, but there
are still 29 civil servants to show

for every 30 needed at the peak| Squadron of jet pursuit planes or hover-

of the war,
Slash the size of the Civil Ser-

vice by ten per cent, and we would| May be needed later.

save £38,000,000 in wages alone.

Many departments costing addi- |
tional millions for lighting, heat- |
ing, and rent of requisitioned |
property could be shut down
entirely.

attached

Pi staff's
to 30 Ministries, hundreds of | smugglers.

publicity officers of the Foreign
Office (paying rent for offices in

capitals all over the world)—|dream force rather than an urgent addition

they are not wanted.
Scrap It

The Food Ministry, gobbling
£12,000,000 a year in salaries to

ration seven foodstuffs to the] worth of contraband is flown every. year into

Housewife, should be scrapped
and its work blended with the
Ministry of Agriculture.

What a saving there—and 2a
positive gain. For 30,000 pairs of
hands would be set free for usefw
work,

While the Ministry of Agricul-|ing to Scotland Yard’s present theory,
ture is rearranging itself, it can) designed to kill a smuggling double-crosser.

shed the 10,000 staff of the
Agricultural Committees. And it
can make a bit of cash by selling

the 10,000 cars it uses to inspect} market gold has been flown over European

Where else? In 1938 there was) with eight private planes, is known to have

and pester farmers. It wi'l still
have more than 1,000 cars left to
rush around restricting people.

no Suppl

Ministry (present cost
£130

lion), no Ministry ot

Civil Aviation (cost a, of gold. (The black market price is £35 an

These and other

Ministries are only a temptation, 9UNCe.)

to spend.
That’s Half...

The Supply Ministry should be] in an overnight bag, fetch four times their

swallowed by the Board of Trade.
British flying will get on better
without the Ministry of Civi)
Aviation, Close that down too.
The Attlee Government, which

hasn’t thought of these things,| luggage.

expects to be» left with £250
fnittion fo gaise at home after it
a ini
necle scrounging

Half of it, the first £215
million, can be saved as above.

The second half, now going down] communication types, sold sometimes for
the drain in extravagant mis- only £30.
of country’s

management
trading and social services, we
will deal with next.

—L.E.S



Mian? Yes!

--but his diary becomes a Book Of The Month,
1355 years after his death

By GEORGE MALCOLM THOMSON

BOSWELL’S LONDON JOUR-
NAL. Heinemann. 21s, 370

pages,

“THE Book of the Century,”
Say the publishers, with an
enthusiasm I understand. For
what were the chances that after
close to two hundred years, there
should turn up an unknown book
by James Boswell—and that this
book, the diary of his first year
in London, should exhibit his
talent in full flower?

The Book of the Century? It is,
at any rate. “The Book of the
Month”—and the Year.

This young Scotsman of 22 puts
pen to paper and lo! there come
to life for you and me the ‘Piazzas
of Covent Garden in the year 1762,
the taverns of the City, the routs
at Northhumberland House, St.
James’s Park where one may
watch the Guards and sigh for a
commission in so distinguished a
corps and as the shades of evening
fall scrape acquaintance with an
obliging servant girl.

_ Let me say plainly this Boswell
is a gross young man taking his
pleasures where he can find them,
and paying as little as possible.
Which he describes all too frankly
and using words that have so far
appeared only in American novels

There he struts, cocking his
beaver rolling a lustrous eye, In
spite of his impudent nose and
fcolish smile he has the indefin-
able impress of talents. He has
come to conquer London and’
certainly to enjoy it,

It is not his first visit. At 18
he had fled south from the ethics
classroom of Glasgow University
with a Roman Catholic actress
and a strong disposition to join
her church,

Sent to reason with him, Sit
John Pringle, ex-professor of
moral Philosphy pointed out that
a change of church would ruin his
prospects at the Bar, Young Bos-
well spoke of the safety of his
immortal soul.

“Your immortal soul, _ sir!
exclaimed the indignant pro-
fessor, “Why, anyone with the
smallest spark of gentlemanly

spirit would rather be damned to
all eternity than give his relatives
so much trouble as you are doing
now!"

| But on this second trip to
| London, Boswell’s aims are
| different; he will become a Guards
\officer and an Episcopalian. He

detects a devout strain in himself

I shall certainly be a religious old
man.

Leaving Edinburgh, where the
chairmen seem to say “God
prosper our noble Boswell!” as he
passes, he travels with a young
fellow-countryman, a sailor so
lacking in the finer feelings that
he thinks London only a place
where he is to receive orders from
the East India Company, Not so
Boswell!—“all in a flutter at hav-
ing at last got to the place which
I was so madly fond of.”

He finds lodgings in Downing
Street on terms so advantageous
that he believes them to be
“very strong proof of my being
agreeable,” he sees the sights and
in a couple of days is “really
unhappy for want of women.’

* 4 * »
For Boswell this kind of
misery issues immediately in
action. We find ourselves em-

broiled in the first of many un-
refined episodes which have as
their climax the tragi-comic
affair with Louisa, a young actress
at Drury Lane,

The amour described with
elaborate artfulness and lusty
18th century freedom, opens in
the most genteel style: “For my
own part Madam, I look upon
the adoration of the Supreme
Being as one of the greatest en-

joyments we have’—“Nay Sir
what do you think of the
Scriptures?” etc., etc.

Need I say that it does not
remain very long on this lofty

plane? Comes a day when Boswell
reports: “I really conducted this
affair with a manliness and
prudence that pleased me very
much, The whole expense was
just 18s.”

Alas, it is not the end of the
story. Louisa, for all her high-
flown talk, proves to be the
bitterest of disappointments.
Boswell had lent her two guineas.
Who will blame him when he asks
the money back! Louisa pays up,
thus causing the young Scot a
minute of shame.

But not more. It is hard indeed
to dent so stiff an armour of self-

esteem, “To speak seriously, 1
think there is a blossom about
me of something more. dis-

tinguished than the generality of

mankind” Nor is his instinct
wrong.

The absurd, rake-helly youth
is a man of ability and charm—

er he could not have won ¢he

heart of Dr. Johnson after so
short a siege—and of spirit as
well,

From Scotland, Boswell’s father
Lord Auchinleck, has been watch-
ing his son’s doings. But Lord
Auchinleck is not impressed by
Johnson. “an auld dominie who
keepit a school and ca’ed it an

Acaademy.” He packs his son off} check on the activities of private charter
Dutch! planes. A monthly black list of private
A last devout visit to St. Paul’s| planes and pilots of all nationalities sus-

to study law
university.

in a

a serious talk on religion with
Johnson an encounter with

street-walker—so much for good] police forces of the world.

resolutions!—and this very agree-
able, very mad young man is off
to foreign parts.

His year in London has not
been wasted, It has produced ony
of the most fascinating of English
classics,

HOW TO BE A CELEBRITY, By
Milton Shulman. Caricatures by
Vicky. Reinhardt & Evans, 10s.
6d. 215 pages.

NO. Shulman does not tell you!
now to achieve fame. What he
does is conduct a lightning tour
of the great or once-great—f
sad reflection on human glory, the
laurels already wilt on some o!
his notables. Is Boyd-Orr all
Boyd-Orr was?

It is a tour in the company of
an alert not over-reverent mind
with an ear for a phrase and
sufficient courtesy to refrain from|
being witty at the expense of his
subjects.

Unselfishly Shulman allots th
best remarks to the celebrities, Sir}
Ralph Richardson, for example is
awarded: “An actor's canvas is
silence, A person coughing is Tike
someone throwing ink blots on a
page.”










Shulman’s attitude to his clients} .

varies from rank bewildermen'
to total comprehension, One is not
in doubt about’ why the prize-
fighter’s baby daughter grew up
to glory as Mae West. But T. S.
Eliot? Shulman approaches him
like an earnest agnostic entering]
a cathedral. Christopher Fry
seems to have won fame by doing
all the wrong things. As Danny
Kaye achieved it by wedding the
right wife.

If there is a common factor in
fame, Shulman has not found it.
But as a guide to the stars, his
compilation is the liveliest now
before the public. Read it while
they are still famous.

World Copyright aprares.
—L.ES

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This new Criminal Police Force of the
planes for observation duty, though these
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if you think this sounds like a schoolboy’s PHONES 4472 and 4687 |

to the present Customs organisation, note
these points:—

1. An estimated amount of £5,000,000
Britain.

2. The bomb which exploded in a cross-
Channel Viking aircraft in April and which
imperilled thirty innocent lives was, accord-

3. Millions of pounds worth of black

frontiers and dropped by parachute.
One gang ring, operating from Switzerland

smuggled on a single flight more than 2001b



4, Sheets of gold, measuring four inches
by two inches, which can be easily concealed

official price on the black market.
In some detected cases sheets weighing
up to 12016 have been found hidden in plane

5. Since the war about 1,300 war surplus
planes have been sold unconditionally by the
Supply Ministry. The majority were light

The total aircraft ownership in Britain is
310 privately owned, 338 attached to flying
clubs, and 518 with air charter firms.

Even if all the surplus planes had gone
to these sources (disregarding the fact that
many planes are bought new) there would
still be 134 machines which may be in the
hands of smugglers.

How do the airlines get involved in these
new anti-crime plans? Their help is needed
to operate the scheme with the minimum of
inconvenience to the honest flying public.

MORE CHECKS

THE International Police Commission’s
new plan also proposes a more detailed

Stop in

pected of smuggling is now circulated to

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Professor Harry Soderman, leading police
scientist, came from the laboratories of the
Institute of Scientific Police in Stockholm.
And from Italy was suave, voluble Guiseppe
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mission itself. Ironically, though its main
campaign is agaist smuggling and counter-
feit money gangs, Interpol’s own chief handi-
cap is—MONEY.

Each member-State contributes a little
less than £800 a year to run a staff of 20°
which tries to keep weekly track of the move-
ments of 100,000 criminals.

Each year adds another 500 names to the
black list. The Criminal Police of the Air
hope to add a few more.—L.E.&

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1950
eee eaten

House Congratulate
Leader on Appointment

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAC* FIVE

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. blame r “ever thing par sree a FRESH SHIPMENT OF ...
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To Caribbean Commission
As a result he

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday placed on ad to hire a lorry at $65 a week a
7

record their congratulations to Mr. G.H Adams, Leader THE ACTIVITIES 0. r “rowe EC 1 4 & , erusio: ‘of bi 1 fas, nte ’ JASON JONES & co. LTD. Distr ibutors
f Mr. Ralph Cr e, recent Gav teuy should build ear ” l ar
’ l i 1 gas, amc t Ba .
of the House, on his appointment as a Commissioner of ernment Architect and Planning Officer, were strongly : “# $3,732.14

the British section of the Caribbean Commission, and also criticised in th * em, ‘and so thet they would be

sn sect p , e House of Assembly yesterday when mem- ; pie

their appreciation of the appointment. ys ’ cble to build more ho BEEBE BER RR EREBE
Son

Building, Housing tac ae ee ne resent ie ARRIVED AT

4

He felt the amount was to
high and the Administration wa
uilding programme and housing at the Satisfied ae mot Feataing the
British Commission which was w ction thet he heen oe
held in Curaceo, and at whiek Thanks Work on these programmes was Architect and Town Planning Sfaction that the Public Works
the Barbados delegates were Mr. Mr. Adams thanked all who had one by Mr. Crowe, and mem- Officer to do as he liked. Department was seeing after the
F. L. Waleott and Mr. E. L. offered their congratulations. He -<1°,/°!'timg to the Report of his The work on the schools was School building programme, Re-

bers discussed and passed a Resoluti ) ; : uses and
The appointment was made at the Speaker's Chair yesterday add- finish the school b eT eee eee

the fourth conference of the ed his congratulations. Pine





A Predicament

Ward, i catia ., activities published by the Com- started and it was agreed th ferring to the Report again, he Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said that 7
Mr, F, L. Walcott was the first eee bag on ¢ = mission of Inquiry, called it at the had to be finished. fe ma bad called it “white-washed" "and ‘2¢ entire House and the public | i A y

to offer congratulations to Mr. however sivenantedl his ad = least a gross mismanagement of to see that the Public Works De- Sid that if anyone looking like “OU! agree that the Governmen

Adams and said that he had done disagree . y might taxpayers’ mcney,

‘ ae ; had been faced witt serious
: i ; ’ partment was now. carrying on "im in Barbados had been con- |“ meee wane ORO
were ane — affairs there The Report itself was not being the work: The work outers cerned in that Report as Mr. Predicament and he could only
Soars = rs when one felt that considered, and some members been’ started by them, He haa Crowe was, he would be sure of “@Y that the Report which came
that Mr. Adams and Mr. Busta- Assembly snd 4 member of the promised a full dress debate every confidence now that the "ving his head shaved, It would Ut Of the investigation of the

mbly and not a member of whenever it comes up for dis-. work would be properly finished. be a difficult task for the most ©O™mission was very mild com-

mante the undisputed leaders in i ” i
their respective Assemblies, had eg yt ge dnt the? ee, Mr. E. D, Mottley (B) said he Ptilliant lawyer to convince a Pared as to what it should have

so with a certain measure of
gratification and satisfaction in

“SILVER



each been appointed = om ‘ . The Schools mentioned in the agreed that the school. be Jury of the absence of mens rea “ee?
Rates pp d a Commis- hon, gate member for St. James Resolution are, St. Leonard’; built, and he aaeeen ge where the Architect was con- The spe .ding of these additiona)
At this stage of West Indian Secu hon. senior member for Girls’, Parry and Coleridge and should not go into the Report on Cerned. ums of money would have } 99
history it was a good prerequisite ; h Y, were as sincere in wish- Chalky Mount Schools. Crowe_jn detail. It would be im- Mr, Adams, replying briefly, re- ‘erious effect on the Govern
to the formation of any West 228 im well and congratulating The addendum to the Rescluiion possible, however, to really dis- fetred to the statements he had ment’s educational policy and :
Indian federation that these two him on his appointment, as the explains that in the Capital Es- cuss the Resolution without ™#®de_about Mr. Crowe at a Hous- Programme of events should: be
leaders should be elected as mem. 02. Senior member for St, Peter timates for 1950—51 under Items referring to the Report. ing Board meeting which Mr, ©xolored for overcoming those
bers of the British section of the “2° Was a member of the Party 1 and 2 of Head I, token provision aie Mottley had mentioned. He told difficulties with which the Gov-
Caribbean Commission, They had to which he belonged. “It is all was made for the St, Leonard’s Criticism the House that the speech he had ernment would be foced
been elected at the recent confer. the more gratifying whet occa: Girls’ School and the Parry and he! : é 3h made -was a valedictory one to He proposed that if
ence of the Commission and it S!0MS like this can arise that we Coleridge School. The reason H cs Mottley. reminded ‘the Mr. Crowe who was about to e:imen*’a buildin gramming |
was only left to the Secretary of ©4M @xpress our sentiments with- given for token provision only “CUS that during consideration leave the island, and it was cus- was interfered with to am grea |

State to formally approve the 9Ut considerations of any Party WS that the provision previously of the Estimates on the last ovea- tomary to speak in complimentary extent, the po'ic:

2 ding prt-
sotion. feelings.” made for these schools had been 5/0) — Mr. Adams had not been terms to an officer who was leav- vate secondary schools could bé
He would like to tell the hon, @Xhausted but the buildings were Present — he had strongly eriti- ing. eénsidered and the schools shoul : :
Great Contribution senior member for the City that imcomplete. It was also stated Gees Mr. Crowe, He had no He had not meant to be hypo- ix re*istered nd proper! ‘ |
With all the other honours that there was never in his mind any ‘tat as soon as a revised estimate court as a result of that criti- critical, however, and it was true equipped
had been added to the hon. question of the Opposition not de- based on a modified specification which hi 4 result 7 yyy id . re Soo — — ries Uy, Ss, Gy CURGATA CE Aigvs
senior member for St. Joseph, to siting to congratulate him on his P#@ , been prepared, additional Onl ‘thin e uid tn na then Had he eeoee activities the mismanagement was likely t ‘ae
be made a member of the Carib- appointment. All he knew about Provision would be sought for the vente ee 7 ng would have pre- ’ len. Had he known then what put back the building programme . 7 ea
bean Commission at this time, he it was what he had eeee in” the completion of the Schools, anon nim from saying what he a knew at present, nothing would foy a few years, and he was gla C re) V |
was being given the opportunity Advocate and what the hon It is now proposed that the saying, Mr. Mottley said, and have made him say that he was that it did pot happen when they #

t oF : e M. Public Works Department sh that was if Mr. Adams — one of sure that when Mr. Crowe looked
tributions to the reat attacene Goethe ats, St Peter hid fe required’ to complete hese te, os Tespondible men in this back on his services to the island Yer" Puan he
) ; . sartiibe .) Of. buildings. Soloni : c ‘y — had retracted what he he would have. nothing to be - : sd Pp ;
of the future of the Carittbean for the City he had read of the uildings. The Colonial Engineer had said about Mr. Crowe while ashamed of, As things had tumed ey Yisuen. Wer: Parry”. Senge

were building the Christ Church

FOR

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area, appointment of Mr. Bustamante has estimated that the ‘amount the inquiry w ; Rane ve , Sometime ago and did not think;
Pa ee that all members and later he had seen a notice that ee \s at rote ae pal betore “be Report Des Gubliaied. fast of sty tite Suen nels tar that anyone with a knowledge}
of the House were aware of the )ot} ee ' counts for materials and service : : es San _ fe ashamec’ OF of local condit would havet
constitution of the Commission. utes oe vad fem appointed; and to complete the schools is as ne Sane at the Housing some of the things he had ° roa ‘io ies ‘Magalies 4 i. Wat
Its functions were for the social was aainine be pe a ~ ee follows:— ae ree a ae to admitted doing Ab nal. etarm: satan “ere celle ‘tel
“4 ae rs as “ial. about it what- St. Lec d's Girls’ Sctibol-. es, and people were bound , r wr |
end economic improvement of the soeyver » Leonard's Girls’ School i he windward side and
| SOG PFO ‘ to come to the conclusion that he Loss Incurred yo We ere ee ae eee |
entire area, He felt sure that Publi ; $56,500 : HORA | ZACUES » the i to shut the win-| fi]
; a. ublic Affairs Pare . School (Mr. Mottley) had unnecessarily Mr. O T Allde : at {fame they had to shut the win~| @)
oe had ae - an” ‘nateers He wanted to assure hon. mem- Para “370.102 Eiaceen Mr. Crowe. Every whatever inight ‘cabear ie “ihe Seine Pad an “the ; a
na . g : irae 5 " 7 : ve ro less as sre were
pertaining to the area, his ap- Pers and more especially the hon. _ Of the amount required for pied a ng — that ver Report affecting the construction spy Ae 3g Me eee ore
pointment would give’ him the Junior member for St. James that the Parry and Coleridge School, “PEMGings by say ten per cent. of of buildings in Barbados by the} ™ |

opportunity of bringing his there were times when one felt $12,102 Tepresents a revote of One's estimate was to be expected, Architect and Town Planning| What the Colonial Engineer) 9)

’ 02 t % 2 Ate | Bee ss ee ena
experience and ability to the main that fm running the Government of vrovision made in the 1949—50 but mot reckless over-expendi- Oyricer, and whatever might have @ On page 8 SE ES . sesame ua

: : ' ture ;

regional organisation in the area, Barbados the public affairs of Bar. Estimates which was wnspent at : “ai been said otherwise, it did not

“IT again take pleasure in offers) Pados came first. He wished to as- the end.of the financial year. Cen at aeateen to ic change the fact that much ls) Re
ing my sineerest congratulations Sure hon. members that if he found e The first hohe that the rinibe j economically was incurred,

und those of the House to the his attendance at a meeting of the School Completed length of Westbur °*S hoo! The Architect's activities where
hon. member, for a choice whieh. Commission in the United States The Chalky Mount School had 4pproved by the Executive was to Musing and school building wer
has been so well upheld by the Or any other place where it might been completed at the end of the have been 280 feet, That had COM¢eMned were something worst
British section of the Commis- be held, would interfere with his jast financial year, and iasaseates been changed to 337 feet appar- ‘an mismanagement. He though
sion. I will now fermally move duties as Leader of the House, he no provision was made in this ently without the knowledge of it was down right corruption and

that ‘we place on record our, would remain here and get a sub-- respect in the 1950—51 Estimates. the Executive, for he believed ‘here Was no reason why they

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expressions of congratulation to’ stitute to go in his place. “At this acc rhe ,. that if the Exec should allow heads of depart-
the hon. member and appreciation stage of our itistory even thowut hee ently recetren for of the cha: a3 hg an Fs, ments to have absolute power in
of his appointment. ; we might appear” insular, the material supplied for the building informed the House. — the running of their departments
Mr. J. H. Wilkinson said that claims of Barbados come before of this school. An amount of $15 AS a result of the change, the Without having a scrutiny main- d p llovers
he would like to add his con- that of any other place.” is available for revote from the contractor’s fee had increased by ‘tained by the Executive for what an u
gratulations to the hon. member Mr..R. G. Mapp said that he provision made in the 1949—50 $1,000, » they, were doing.

Cashmere Cardigans

The only thing that was worryinE would like to mention something Estimates and an additional Long ago the public knew what

‘ Building Blocks Those lovely soft woollen Sweaters sold exclu-
him, however, was whether they that had been omitted and that amount of $131 will now.be re- ‘The

: was going on, but no notice was
re & 7 | ; second oint con a +b ; " roper arter sively . » a ot,
were asking the hon. member to was, some expressing of apprecia- uired to meet this commitment. building blocks Mr eee, taken by the proper quarter to sively by our Faney Department. In Beetroot

do too much. He knew some- ;; A 1 Crowe investigate or stop it. They were aiken i -
thing of the duties which he now “0M to their delegates who had From the amount of $280,000 according to the .Report, had gies Dusty Rose and Pale Blue.

C s : 2 ass a resolution
A attended the fourth conference of Provided in the 1950—51 Estimates bought blocks. ; naw -anmpg tO pass A. reso)
pacell that deceee oak Md the Commission. He had notided under Head II, Housing, Item 1, re -or he felt that iussothioles ip seeheas. oupane in had
PoP a ier Mr eine that the hon. senior member for Pine Housing Estate, Part II], an were best. - ‘Ye had been offered remedy the injury which ha
son seconded the motion of Mi. St Peter had led off the discussion Allocation of $50,500 was made them a cent a block cheaper as CC®” Caused.
Walcott a Sites ine 0D the actual wotk. gone there and fF the building of 27 new houses commission, but: instead» of ’ pur-——— beri cai dinate
No cial neta” “the funds which-must be found in at the Pine. The whole of this chasing them at that price and,
ohn oe Mottley said that O'der that the schemes might be */0cation has been expended’and let the Government benefit by the | yf
r. \ . dD y na! implemented. He considered that in order to complete these houses commission he had bought them | yet 1
he would associate himself with tho conference and the. work of 204 te, pay outstanding accounts at 15 cents.
the last two speakers. He would the conference were of Vital Re for material supplied, etc, a fur- Mr, Crowe wanted to. purchase
like to make one point clear, portance to the West Thies and ther $22,262 will now be required. a lorry but was not allowed to do Wge 0
however. Hon, members would therefore the apirediation of th The total expenditure under so by the Executive. He rented A
appreciate that the Opposition House. of: their délarstey © these supplementary estimates one for 36 weeks at $65.00 a week i
knew nothing of the appointment ghould be : elegates’ efforts. will be financed from advances which amounted to $2,240. He
officially, They had seen oneday fon the Ad oF waa it He pending the raising of loans. had put in gas and oil and that Ww,
that Mr. Bustamante had hepn him i use would join with Mr, Adams moved the passing had cost $1,482.14, the total
elected and it did appear to them ‘1m In expressing these sentiments, of the Resolution and asked mem- amount for the lorry being
strange that the hon. member

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Now they were told that he had XMAS GR

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the Commissioner on the Depart-
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Fe eat bers not to discuss the Report of $3,732.14. So after spending that

ETINGS

sum the Government still did not}
own the»lorry.!’ Those things were |
wicked, unkind and cruel to the

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He wanted to say that had the His Honour on the present matter,
Opposition the official informa- ey mr, A ee ee He was not asking them to fore- ley said, and then criticised the
tion, the opportunity would not presided over the House of 80 What he thought was their, building of the Parry and :Cole-
have been given the hon. senior Assembly yesterday, and mem- duty as members of the House, ridge Schools. He called the |
member for St, Peter to make his bers of the House, exchanged but he was asking them to fix a question of Housing one of para- |
motion. Christmas greetings at the end time when they would discuss the mount importance, |

Like the hon, junior member of yesterday’s meeting. report as such. It was absolutely He did not agree with the sys- |
for St. James he realised how -

taxpayers of Barbados, Mr. Mott-

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strenuous must be the task of the eee ‘tor eae i a a agechatson to Se passed. which rigger fag ee LIVER SALT a
hon, senior member for St: Speaker and the Speaker ar a : economy of the island. They om
Joseph. He sometimes wondered compliments of the season and Comments Put Off | were concerned with whether Lo
how much sleep did he get. He a bright and peaceful ‘New Year Mr. J. H, Wilkinson (E) said im
wished him good luck in his ap- He hoped that they would ail they should endeavour to get FS = | et
pointment and would like to ‘@Y come back to their labours fully through the Resolution that. day, SELECT be
that there could hardly be found yefreshed and anxious to do some 20d he would suggest that they SHES —-_— =
a more suitable person with ~ useful work. confine Se the —, THES i »
bilit and experience to be Mr. J. . ilki soci- tion and defer their comme 0} y ‘ 7 r :
lected ‘to this high and distin- ated ‘hinwsel’ weer nee Acct; the Report on Crowe until that ESE EARLY 4
guished office, than the hon. remarks and extended wishes for Report came up for discussion. Australian Leg Hams 13
member. He hoped that during a Happy Christmas and a Pros- Where the Resolution was con- 12—16 tb Per I $1.06 |
his tenure of office he would con- perous New Year. cerned, they were being asked to Canadian Picnic Hams =
tinue to hold the scales even on The Deputy Speaker thanked spend quite a large sum of money. 5—8 fb Per tbh 1.25 3
both sides of the community of ‘the honourable members for He thought everyone agreed that Danish Sliced Bacon ” =
the West Indies, bearing always the greetings and assured them where Housing and the schools Per Ib 1 s3
in mind that he was a Barbadian that the Speaker would heartily] mentioned in the Resolution were Macaroni & Reachesti Ns
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1950



CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508



Wedding ng Anniversary

AUBREY LYNCH will
th Wedding Anniver-
They were meggried at
Jemes Street Chureh 15th December
1926. Mrs. Lynch's only regret is that
her Husband is not at home to share’
this happy day with her. He is a Sea-
man in Curacao, She wishes him a
long life and plenty of happiness.
15.12.50:







MR. and MR
Celebrate their
sary TO-DAY



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FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—1937 Hillman
ning order—Tyres in
Phone 4818



Minx. Good run-
Good condition—-

15.12.50—3n

TRUCK — (:) One Chevrolet Truck.
Good Tyres. In perfect working order.
C. Herbert, 55 Tudor St. City Dial 3686.
13.12.50—4n.







ELCTRICAL
10- Valve ; Radio in good order,
12.12.50—3n

1G B.C.
Dial 2366.

NEW GENERATOR
Convertible to Naturai
$500. Phone 4358.

Petrol Driven.
Gas. 5 KW. DC

15.12.50—3n.

ONE GENERAL Electric Stove. Excel.
lent Condition. Oven and 3 Burners in-
cluding Grill. Covered Elements, Heavy
viterous mottled Grey Enamel. For fur-
ther perticulars dial 4374,



14.12.50—én.



.
FURNITURE
FURNITURE—Large variety of Cock-
tall tables in Mahogany, Cedar and
Birch, also Mahogany Dining Tables,
Dinner Waggons and Dinner Chairs, a
good choice of Sideboards, Larders and
Bedsteads, At Ralph Beard’s Show
Rooms, Hardwood Alley, (Opposite
Cathedra)! Open daily 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone 4683. 12,12.50—6n.

LIVESTOCK

HORSES — Suitable for Estate Work.
Apply Wakefield Plantation Telephone
95-213. 9.12.50—6n.





_ POULTRY
FOWLS - - Leghorn and “Butt Rock
Fowls. Also Fowl house and oth«r Runs,

Reeconable price. H. E. Andrews. Dial

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MISCELLANEOUS }



ADVOCATE'S PICTORIAL S01 SOUVENIR
f W.I, 1950 Record Tour to England 1960.







‘ereword by His Honour Sir Allan
Collymore. At leading bookshop; $1.00
2.12.50—6n



BLOUSES, SHORTS, SKIRTS — For
work or play. $3.98 to $4.32. Modern
Dress Shoppe’ 12.12.50—6n

BREAKFAST & DINNER. SETS —
New stocks of attractive Earthenware
enable us to offer BARGAINS in Break-





fast & Dinner Sets. 42 plece Breakfast
Set. priced as low as $16.62. Additional
prices available. Dial 4222. G. W. Hut-
chinson & Co. Ltd

15.12.50—t.f.n,

BARBADOS ANNUAL REVIEW —
The popular magazine for friends over-
seas. Buy yours to-day. 2/- at Advocate
Stationery, Roberts Stationery, Weather-
heads and Cosmopolitan Drug Stores



12.12,50—
Best quality building and unslacked
lime. Black Rock Lime Works.
18.12.50—2n

CORK TABLE MATS — Gift packages
of Cork Table Mats in a variety of de-
signs and shapes. Priced at $1.44 up-
wards. These cellophane wrapped Cork
Mat Sets make an Attractive Gift. Dial
4222. G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd.

15.12.50—t.f.n.



CEYLON FIBRE—Fine quality Caylon
Fibre just received. This Fibre is clean,

soft and springy. Price 14 cents per
pound. Dial 4222, G. W. Hutchinson &
Co., Ltd 15.12.50—t.£n.



DIAMOND RING — Five Stone Dia.
mond Ring. 14 Kt. Golcp Tiffany setting.
Wm. D. Richards & Son, Mc Gregor
Street. 15,12.50—zn.

eri eer esenmgentsseatenenlseasntnis
FLOWERS & FEATHERS — For Hats
and Dresses. The prettiest ever shown.
See them at The Modern Dregs; Shoppe.
12.12.50—6n.



GROCERY ITEMS ” Heinz Tomato
Soup—Heinz Ox-tail Soup—Grapes in
Tins, Large and Small sizes— Cock-tail
Sausages — Macaroni —- Icing Sugar —

Canned Rabbit — Lamb Tongue — Kel-
loggs Cornflakes — B & P Blane Mange
Bottles Morton's Jams Danish
Cream — Pears in Tins — Apple Juice.
Tohn D, Taylor & Sons Ltd., Roebuck
Street. 15,12.50—2n.

HANDKERCHIEFS FOR LADIES OR
CHILDREN — In attractively tied par-
cels of a dozen, Only $2.04, The Modern
Dress Shoppe. 12.12.50—6n.





— Australia 72 cents per lb.
Prunes 49 cents per lb., Raisins 40 cents
per lb. Currants 34 .cents per Ib. S.
Herbert, 55 Tudor St. City.

13.12.50—4n.

LUCKY DIPS — Dips that are really
lucky to everyone who wants such items
like Toys and many other Novelties for

HAMS





more than twice of the package cost.
Orly one shilling, The Modern Dress
Shoppe. 12.12,50—6n.





LADIES! Embroidered Anglaise in
beautiful designs and colours just open-
ed again for you, Yes! It's at THANI'S
Pr. Wm, Henry St. Dial 3466 and Swan
St. 14.12.50—t.f.n.

LIPTON’S TPA. Fresh shipment of
this delicious Tea has just arrived and
is in the hands of your grocer.

1 oz, lle:

79¢

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Prices—
2 oz. 2lc: 4 oz 40c. and 8 oz
per package respectively. John F,
15.12.50—2n | at their, Office, aed, High, Street,
own, ursday,

LADIES NEW PLASTIC BELTS— | Bride tow’ f. 1960, at’ 2. p.m. the
Ako Gold Belts. They are very prettY | Hwellinghouse called “Sheldon’’ and
end make nice gifts. The Modern Dres*| 11,6 iand thereto containing 4,845 square
Shoppe. 12.12.50—6n | font, situate at Shot Hall Land, Upper
rae tm | Bary Street, St. Michael.

LADIES’ NEW HATS — Styles that | P") Oettion on application to Miss Eet-
can only be found at the Modern.| \ ick at “Luxmore’, Upper Bay Street.
Prices $5.98 to $8.50. The Modern Dres» For further Particulars and Condi-
Shoppe. 12.12.60—6n. Shoppe BAB rons of Sale apply to:—

COTTLE CATFORD & Co.

ONE WINTER COAT. i ONE WINTER COAT. Phone 3130. ‘ 13.12.50—12n.

50—In.



Set Gath ee Oe cr eee

OVEN GLASSWARE — Phoenix Oven-
Table Glassware makes a welcome gift
Recent shipments include Dishes, Plates.
Bowls, Sauceboats, Mixing Bowls and
several other items. Dial 4222, G. w.

& Co., Ltd
Hutchinson & Ce °6.22.50—t.f.n

fe





“PLASTIC SHOWER CAPS 72 cts
Babies' Panties at 54 ye oP. ae
¢ The Modern ess 10
hl 12.12,50—6n.
RIBBONS — A large selection in vel-
vet and art silk, The Modern Dress
Shoppe. 12,12.50—6n
cla siaatenie aa
STEEL GATE — Two (2) Top Hung

Collapsible Steel Gates suitable for door-
woys 8 ft. wide x ara 9 aa ae
D. M. Simpson ‘0., Mar’
sheik 10.12.50—On.

TOYS — Dolls, Rattles, Guns, Shoot-
ing Caps *nd many other Toys. You
will find ms attractive assortment rang-
ing from 12 cts, The Modern Dress
Shcppe. 12.12.50—6n



TOWELS & FACE CLOTHS — Thgse
rrake fine Christmas Gifts and are rea-
sonably priced. The Modern Dréss Shoppe.

12.12.50—én.
enna NNN

VALISES — For Children to serve as

Handbags, or needlework or Lainch con-
tainers in Blue, Red or Brown. Priced
pecording to size 2/- to 4/6 each. Mod-

D Shoppe
ern Dress PP 12.12.50-





A very use-

YELLOW POLISHERS —
each. The

ful item for only 12 cent
Modern_Dre:s Shoppe.
12.12,50—6n





sy YACHT — That desirable yacht “VA-
GABOND”. Tel. J. A, Reid. Lone Star
Garage, Dial 91—33. 22.11.50-





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ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED FLAT-—
Facing Sea at Hastings; suitable for 1
rerson or couple. — Good Verandah

Safe bathing. Telephone 2949.
9.12.50—t.f.n.

OFFICE In Me GREGOR Street,
from ist January 1951. Apply to JAMES
A LYNCH & Co. Ltd,





14.°8.50—3n.

PUHLIC NOTICES





FORM I ;
The Land Acquisition Act,
1949

(Notice required by Section 3)

NOTICE is hereby given that it appears
to the Governor-in.Executive Commit-
tee that the lands described in the
Schedule hereto and situate at Eagle
Hall in the parish of Saint Michael in
the Island of Barbados are likely to be
reeded for purposes which in the opin-
aca of the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee are public purposes, namely for
a district market.

THE SCHEDULE.

ALL THAT certain parcel of land
(part of the tenantry lagds of a place
called BOSVIGO) containing by estima.
tion 13,870 square feet Bounding on other
lands of the same tenantry on a pri-
vate roadway fifteen feet wide on Eagle
Hall Road and Bank Hall Cross Road
said to be in the ownership of Honour-
able Mrs. Muriel Hanschell.

Dated this 6th day of December 1960
at the Public Buildings in the City of
Bridgetown in the Island of Barbados.

By Command,

R. N.

Colonial Secretary.
18.12.50—3n.





NOTICE
amate of
EMMELINE BATHIA BURTON
deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
perons having any debt or claim
aguinst or affecting the Estate of
Emmeline Bathia Burton deceased, late
of the parish of Saint Michael in this
Islend and formerly of the United
State; of America who died in this
Island on the 4th day of June, 1947,

are hereby required to send in par-
ticulars of their claims, duly attested,
to the u Timothy Theophilus
Headley, the Public Trustee of the

Island of Barbados, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown on or before the 23rd day
of January 1951, after which date I shall
proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the parties entitled
thereto having regard only to such
claims of which I shall then have had
notice and I will not be liable for the
assets or any part thereof so distributed
to any person or persons of whose debt
or claim I shall not then have had

notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their
indebtedness without delay.

Dated this 17th day of November, 1950.

T. T. HEADLEY,
Public Trustee.
Executor of

the Will of
Emmeline Bathia

Burton, deceased.
17.11,50—4n.
NOTICE
TRINIDAD GUARDIAN
AS from SUNDAY NEXT 17th Decem-
ber the price of the Sunday Guardian
vill be #4 cts. per Copy. And the price
of the Trinidad Guardian published

during the week 9 cts, per copy.
15,12,50—3n.

— oe eer

PUBLIC SALES

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AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

BY instruction received from the In-
surance Company I will sell on Friday
December !6th at Alleyne Arthur's Gar-
aye next to Fort Royal Garage, St.
Michael's Row (1) 1949 A-40 Austin
Cur. Damaged in Accident. (1) 1939 12
HP. Morris. Sale at 2 p.m. Terms Cash.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,







Auctioneer,
12.12.50—4n,
REAL ESTATE
You can own “Mizpah” at Belmont

Road for your price and be settled for
Christmas. It has just been thoroughly
repaired and painted, and is in perfect
order, It contain; Gallery, Drawing,
Dining and breakfast rooms, (3) large
bedrooms, one with water, toilet and
bath. Room for garage. Possession can
iven today
al 8748 and get an_ inspectian.
D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
12,12.50—4n
“KINGSLEY'—2nd Avenue, Belleville
desirable residence faces the
Belleville Tennis Courts and contains
Drawing and Dining rooms, kitchenette
and ons verandahs, and upstairs 3 bed-
rooms, 1 dressing room and usual offices
Garage and 2 servants’ rooms, The
whole area is 6,790 square feet.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs.
Lisie Bayley. Dial No. 3381.
Sale by public competition Friday,
15th December at 2 p.m
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Lucas Street.
28.11.50—!0n.





a RS
BY public competition at our office
Jumes Street, on Friday the 22nd day
of December 1950 at 2 p.m, Chattel
dwelling house together with 2 roods
1% perches of land an which the same
stands situate at Welchman Hall main
road, in the parish of St, Thomas, the
property of Edwin A. Holder.
For further particulars and condi-
tio.s of sale apply to:—
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD
Solicitors,



THE undersigned will set up for craigned will set-up for sale



SIDE SEASIDE HOUSE— CALAIS” situate
ie Tovey Christ Church, standing on
approximately 2 roods, 1 perch of land.
The dwellinghouse contains verandah, |
hving room, pantry, kitchen, bedroorn
and bathroom downstairs, four bed-
rooms and toilet upstairs. Electric light
and rynning water throughout. Garage
and servants rooms in yard.

The above property will be set up for
ale ty public competition at our Otfice
Jarres Street, on Friday 29th December
1950 at 2 p.m. Inspection on spokes
to the tenant Mr. F. S. Burrowes,
tween the hours of 9 a.m, and 12 noon

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.
15.12.50—1°n

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WANTED
HELP

EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER — If
possible with American or Engli*h train.
ing Apply by letter ONLY stating

qualifications and experience—JANETTA
DRESS SHOP, Lower Broad Street.

15¢12,50—Gn





in writ~-
to

JUNIOR OVERSEER—Apply
ing with copies of references

, Lower Estate Factory.
en 9.12.50—6n

MISCELLANEOUS

cern ni
BOXES — All kinds of Card Board
Boxes other than corrugated cerd

Apply Advoc wintg, Dept.
” 10 Ht. a

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in Barbados over
2513









Picture of Barque
careened for repair
| 50 years ago. Phone Carrington
(Office) or 2536 ‘Residence)
12.12.50-

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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE!

The

7 application of SYLVIA BRATH-
WAITE of Kirton’s, St Philip for per
—- to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,

at a board and ‘hingle shop attach-

ed_to residence at Kirton’s, St. Philip.



Dated this 13th day of December, 1950
To—:G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq
Actg. Police Magistrate, Dist
sed. F. KNIGHT,
= for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be consi-

dered at a Licen ing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “C” on Wednesday
the 27th day of December 850 at
o'clock, a.m

G. B. GRIFFITH
Atg. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C*
15.12.50—1n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of MARIE MASSIAH
of Edgecliff, St. John for permission 3
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c, at a bos ard
and shingle shop with shedroof attached
at Pdgecliff, St. John

Dated this 13th day of December
To—:G, B. GRIFFITH, Esq.

Actg. Police Magistrate, Dist. “Cc"
Signed K, PERCH,

for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be somes
dered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “C” on Wednesday
the 27th day of December 1950 at 1}

o'clock, a.m
G. B. GRIFFITH,
Atg. Police Magistrate, Dist. “Cc”
15.12.50

1950

In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | ==

The application of LLOYD ALLEYNE
of Wellhouse, St, Philip for permission



to cell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a
bonrd and shingle shop attached to
residence at Wellhouse, St. Philip

Dated this 13th day of December,
To—:G. B, GRiFFITH, Esq.
Actg, Police Magistrate, Dist.
Sed. me BECKLES,
ior A)
N.B.—This application will gine
dered at a Licensing Court to be heid at
Police Court, District “C" on Wednesday

1950.





the 27th day of December 1950 at 11
o'clock, a.m.
G. B. GRIFFIT
Atg. Police Magistrate, Dist. :
e 15.12.50—1n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE.

The application of OSWALD HOLMES
of Thornbury Hill, Ch, Ch. for permis-
sion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.,

at a wall and galvanized shop attached
to a wooden building at Thornbury Hill,
Ch. Ch. within Dijtrict “B”
Dated this 13th day of December 1950
To;—C. L. H. D. WALWYN, Esq
Police Magistrate, Dist.
Sed. LYALL.

ee
C. BEST,

For Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be consi-

dered at, a Licensing Court to be held
ue Police Court, District “B”
nesday the 27th day
at 1h o'clock, a.m.
Cc. &
Police

on Wed-

of December 1950
H. D. WALWYN,
Magistrate, Dist. *

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lo



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application ot
ORRISON of Charnocks,
permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors.
&c., at a board and galvanized shop at.
tached to residence at Charnocks, Ch
Ch. Within District “B”"
Dated this 13th day of December 195).
Tc:—C. L. H. D. WALWYN, Esgq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. B".
E. O. MORRISON,
Applicant.
B.—This application will be con-
waned at a Licensing Court to. be held
at Police Court, District B", on
Wedne day the 27th day of Basenition
1950, at 11 o'clock, a.m
L. B,D. NALWYN

EDMUND 0.
Ch. Ch, for



Police Magistrate, Dist. en
TELE ts
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

TRANSFER
The application of Eudalrick Brathwaite
of Silver Sands, Christ Church, purchas-
er of liquor license No, 950 of 1950
granted to Cephas Clarke in respect of
a board and shingled shop attached to
a residence at corner of Below Rock gnd

Silver Sands, Christ Church, within
District “B" for permission to use the
seid license at such last described
premises,

Dated this 13th day of December,
To:—C. L. H. D. WALWYN, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “B'.
LYALL C. BEST,
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court ta. be held on
Wednesday 27th day of December 1950
at 11 o’clock a.m. at Police Courts Dist.

oR",
c. L. H. D. WALWYN,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “B"

15.12.50

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of
Arch Hall,
sels

In







Leonard Forde of
St. Thomas for permisiion to
Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.,
boarded and shingled shop with she
attached situated at Redmans

St. Thomas



ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “D" on Wednesday
the 27th day of December, 1950 at 11
o'clock, a.m,

J. R. EDWARDS,
Dist. “D"
15.12.50.

Police Magistrate,
In



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Adina Forde of
Grand View, St. Thomas, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a
boarded and galvanized shop with shed-
roof attached situated at Rock Hall.

Dated this 13th day of December,
To:-J. R. EDWARDS,

Police Magistrate, Dist. *
V. H. SPENCER,
for Applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid.
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “D"
the 27th day
o'clock, a.m,

1950.

on Wednesday
of December, 1950 at !1
J. R. EDWARDS.
Dist, “D".
15.12.50-



Police Magistrate,
In



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Leonard Forde of
Arch Hall, St, Thomas for permission to
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a board-
ed and shingled shop situated at Arch
Hall, St. Thomas.

Dated this 13th day of December,
To;—J. R. EDWARDS, Exsq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “D"
V. H. SPENCER,
for Applicant

N.B.—This application will! be consid.
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “D" on Wednesday
the 27th day of December, 1950 at 11

o'clock, a.m,
J. R. EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “D"
15,12.50—1n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
REMOVAL

The application of Selwyn Alleyne of
Porey Spring, St. Thomas, the holder
of Liquor License No. 644 of 1950
granted in respect of a board and
galvanized shop at Cave Hill, St.
Michael, to remove said License to a
boarded and galvanized shop with
shedroof attached, situated at Porey
Spring, St. Thomas, and to use it at
such last described premises
Dated this 13th day of

1950
Sed. SELWYN ALLEYNE,
Applicant
To:—J. R. EDWARDS, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘D”
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
on the 27th of December, 1950, at 11
o'clock, a.m. ,at Police Court, District

“p”
J. R. EDWARDS,

Police Magistrate, Dist
. 15.12.50

1950.



December,

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The public are hereby notified, that I
am no longer responsible for my wife,
DAISY LEONORA CRAWFORD, or any
debt or debts contracted by her, having
failed to be under my care and protection
from the 18th day of February, 1947
JAMES H. CRAWFORD,
CSM
Curacao,
N.W.l

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Dated this 18th day of December, 1950.
To:—J. R. EDWARDS, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “D"’.
V. H. SPENCER,
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

22-YEAR-OLD DIES
SUDDENLY

Twenty-two-year-old Eulalee!
Phillips of Clifton Hill, St.
Joseph, who was admitted to the |
General Hospital on December |
13 about 10 p.m. died suddenly |
yesterday morning about 12.50
o'clock |

A post mortem examination was |
performed at the General He |
pital Mortuary by Dr. A. §S
Cato about 1.35 a.m. the same |
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Every day we open new
Toys, and we are certainly
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on the premises
Street.

85. Roebuck

Here is a selection of some
of the vehicles for sale to
suit all persons. purses and
purposes: — ‘ ;

1946 Fargo pick-up

1947 Ford V8 Station wagon

1947 Morris ‘10’

1945 Ford ‘Prefect’ saloon

1939 Vauxhall ‘25’ saloon

1938 Chrysler ‘Royal’ sedan

1935 Ford V8 sedan (2)

1936 Hillman Minx

1939 Morris ‘12’

1937 Morris ‘10°
+ ton pick-up.

saloon
saloon

Motor vehicle owners
wishing to take this oppor-
tunity to sell their cars are
asked to present them at the
above address before 10 a.m.
on the day of the sale or
phone 2741 for driver. All
vehicles must be in running
order, unless otherwise ar-
ranged previous to the auc-
tion ’

Vehicles will be sold to
the highest bidder unless a
reserve price has been ar-
ranged.

Selling time 1—4 p.m

Sales strictly Cash, ~
12.12.50.—4n

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leries ond patio, 3 bedrooms
with ‘built-in’ 1 with
wardrobes}, 2 bathrooms: iarge
kitchen storeroom, laundry, ser-
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carriageway Well cared for walled
garden,



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PAGE EIGHT



U.K. Football Says
‘Lucky Arsenal’

LONDON, Dec. 14.

THE SPORT catch phrase as recurrent in Britain

re-echved to-day in British soecer circles.

“Lucky Arsenal”.

It arose this week when a |
wooden ball was ceremonici
shaken out of a bag and 1;
claimed that Highbury’s fabui
Arsenal Gunners had been dra
at home in the third round of
Football Association Cup com
tition to decide national
supremacy.

It m ed the eighth conse u-
tive round the Arsenal! boys vill
have played in London. The Gun-
ners won the cup in seven Lon
don appearances last year, their
longest jaunt being a nine-mile
trip to Wembley Stadium for the
final.

To cap its luck, Arsenal d:
as opponents lowly Carlisie
United, one of the minnows cf
the competition.

First and Second Division clits
do not enter the cup scram ie
until the third round.

The sort of luck that has gi
the Gunners the advantage of
home ground so often in ar vy,
and the sort of efficiency at ho
and away that has kept them
the front of the League Chan >
jonship race most of the seas %,
have combined to make thom
seven to one favourites to repeat
last year’s Wembley triumph

Last year’s beaten finalist
Liverpool, face a harder th rd
round task. They will travel to
Norwich still undefeated at hoi e
and currently boasting an 18 g:
unbeaten string. Bookies 1
their chances 20 to 1,

3 Second Favourites

The three teams now jc
second favourites at ten to « «
are, Newcastle United, Manch
ter United and Wolverhamp
Wanderers, all notable cup fis
ers of previous years.

o-
u
vn
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soc -er

ne
te

For the first time in hist
no non-League clubs ha
reached the third round to be
played on January 6 and the Id
fascination of watching the gi ni
killers at work will be absent, ' 1e
fcur rankest outsiders of the 54
left in the fray are Carlisle, Po t-
vale, Oldham and York, all quot *d

at 5,000 to 1,

Among the more medium priced
entrants, fans like Middlesbrou h,
second to Arsenal in the Leay ie,
and quoted at 12 to 1, and Bla: k-
pool, 1948 runners-up, brackc.ed
with Liverpool at 20 to 1.

Other fancied contenders «re
Tottenham Hotspur, 14 to 1, Bol-
ton Wanderers 15 to 1, Stoke City
and Portsmouth, both 16 to 1, and
Chelsea 22 to 1.

F.A, Cup creates more sustaimed
interest annually than any other
British sports event.

Cup Fever

Millions of fans travel hundreds

of miles by excursion train and

overloaded bus to whoop their
Tayourites on.
From now until April when

100,000 fans fight their hysterical
‘way into Wembley Stadium sport-
ing giant rosettes, swinging rau-
cous rattles and blowing night-
mare instruments that would
make New Year’s eve in a mad-
house sound like a deaf mute tea
party, the Cup fever rises.—C P.

LIGHTWEIGHT: CHAMP
LEAVES FOR B.G.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. : 12.
Boswell St. Louis, 19-year-old
lightweight boxing champion of
the West Indies leaves by plane
toenight for British Guiana where
he is carded to meet Al Browne
on Boxing Day.



The cry is

dennis Kesults

Poiowmg
yesterday's
at tne

are
Lawn
xacht Club
MEN'S DOUBLES
Dr, vbr, C. G. Manning
E. ¥. Yaylor beat J, D
NMaghaM ana L. ©, oisuet
t—v, 6—i
Mr. D
Atkinson
A. M
11—9.
MIXED DOUBLES
Mr. and Mrs. D. &
beat Miss L. Srancn and
Lawless 6—0, 6—0
1U0-DAYS GAMES
Men's Doubles, Semi Finals
P. McG. Pauverson and G
Manning vs. J. H. C
and A, O'N. Skinner,
Db. E. Worme and D.
vs. Dr Cc. G.
BK. P. Taylor.

inc
Lennis

resui oi

games

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More Parking Spots

There is now available ip the
city of Bridgetown more parking

lots for motor cars and_ this
relieves motorists of a big head-
ache as in the past they had to
travel up and down the city
for some time before they found
a parking spot

In Beckwith Place there i
accommodation, for about five
more cars This spot was for-
merly occupied by the Central
buses which have been removed

to Probyn Street.
In the old bus stand in Tra-
falgar Square, there is accommo-

dation Sor another 12 cars, while
in Rickett Street above the
Fountai, Gardens, provision
made for another 9

Now that cars are properly
parked in the Jubilee Gardens
above the Parochial Buildings,
the space can hold many more
than hitherto and it is only on

very busy days that the car park
gets completely filled up.

Some motorists, especially
visitors to the island do not
know that there is a parking lot
in Church Village aback of the
St. Michael’s Cathedral and this
can hold quite a number of cars.
More use of this space would
help to relieve the congestion.

Xmas Parties At

Queen’s College

At
schools
the Christmas

secondary
closed for
vacation. These
are Lodge, Harrison College,
Queen's College, the Alexandra,
the Parry, the Girls’ Foundation,

eight
already

least
have



the Coleridge and St. Michael's

Girls’. F
Combermere will be closing

to-day and it is expected that

Boys’ Foundation wil] close next
week.

During yesterday, children from
Harrison College, Queen’s College
and St. Michael's Girls’ were
seen strolling through the city
apparently pleased to be free
for a short time from the old
school bench.

At Queen’s College while some
of the children had left for their

homes, some of the forms re-
mained and gave Christmas
parties for each other and the
staff.



Atom Bomb Only Hope

From page 1.
ter has done nothing but good, The
uestion we all have to consider
this afternoon is how much good,”

He thought ‘the meetings be-
tween the President and the Prime
Minister should have begun at an
earlier date,

“Nine months ago I pointed out
that no defence of Europe would
be complete withqut the armed
strength of Germany. Opinion is
moving in that direction.

Several years have already been
wasted and frittered away while
overwhelming Russian military
power is built up.

On negotiations to end the fight-
ing in Korea, Churchill said: “I
should be failing in frankness to
the House if I did not make
clear at this stage that we must
not place any undue hopes upon
the success of any negotiations
which might be undertaken.”

“Appeasement from strength is
magnanimous and noble, and
might be the surest and indeed
the oe path to world peace,”
Churchill went on.

“Unhappily except as regards
the atomic bomb we are in a very
weak position and likely to re-
main so for several years,

“T have repeatedly said it is
only the vast superiority of the

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United States in this awful
weapon that gives us any chance
of survival.”

“The argument is now put for-
ward that we must never use the
atomic bomb until and unless it
has been used against us.

“In other words you must never
fire until you have been’ fired
upon.”

Silly Argument
“That seems to me an undoubt-
edly silly thing to say,” Churchill
declared, saying that such a re-
solve “could bring war nearer.”
Churchill regretted that Britain
has not herself been able to make

the atomic bomb. He declared
that in the matter of the atom
bomb, President Truman’s assur-
ance as contained in the Joint

Communique, offered no guaran-
tee even of consultation.

“I am sure that the Government
would be wise to make a fuller
statement on this subject than we
have yet heard.”

“After all, this matter has be-
come very real and of vital con-
sequence to us, since decisions to
afford to the United States a
bomber base in East Anglia make
it all the more necessary that the
positien we stand in should be
clearly defined.” —Reuter.

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RESOLUTION Of Commerce DECOR ATION HOUSE Make your own

FOR-HOUSING

From page 5
proposed to do he did not know
but he personaliy would plant
trees to shade the children from
the sun. Buildings in the tropics
although well ventilated, shoulc
be protected from the weather

No Cracks

Some honourable member had
mentioned about the building and
he would say that the concrete
work was put ziown without a
semblance of a crack. His com-
plaint about the building was the
lack of shade and protection from

the weather. Why they did not
see fit to erect a two storey
building he did not know.

He was sorry that this should
have taken place so early in the
building programme when there

was so much to be done not only
with new buildings to be erected,
but with present elementary
buildings which needed demolish
ing

He hoped that at an early op-
portunity improvements would
be made at the present elemen-
tary schools as some of them had

small windows and were not fit to

small children.

SPEECH DAY

@ From page 3
in homecraft, then they could ex-
pect their children to develop as
they could wish.

Many of the girls came from
humble homes, the Governor said,
but they should never be ashamed
of them. The humbler their
homes, very probably the greater
the sacrifice their parents had
made to give them their educa-
tion, clothing and pleasures.
greatest return they could give to
their parents was to show
gratitude by consideration
them and others,

“Be proud of your
achievements,” he said
your heads high and be determin-

house



parents’

ed to serve them unselfishly while

you share their home.”



Pastor Returns
From China

Pastor N. F. Brewer, one of

the General Field Secretaries

qi
the General Conference of tha
Seventh-day Adventists with

headquarters at Washington, D.C.,
spoke at the King Street Seventh-
day Adventist Church this week



Pastor Brewer has recently re-
turned from China where he
spent more than thirty years in
reissionary v/ork,

Speaking of the work his’ de-
nc mination is. carrying 1 in
China, Pastor Brey reports that
thirteen hospitals, many schools
including one college, and one

large publishing house are being
They havo

operated in China,
u foree of over 1,200 workers em-
ployed to carry on their evangel-

istical, educational, and medical

work, There are today 24,00(
baptized church members in
China,

When asked his opinion if the

church work in China would still
be carried on under the present
government in China he replied,
1 have no fears for the progress
of Christian Missions in China,



What’s on Today

inquiry
four

into drowning of
year old girl—Dis-
trict “C”, 10 a.m.

Courts of Ordinary
Appeal, 10 a.m.

Advocate’s Photo Exhibition
at Barbados Museum, 10
am.—6 p.m,

Public Moter Auction at No.
85 Roebuck Street, 1—4
p.m.

Sale at Alleyne § Arthur's
Garage, 2 p.m

Yacht Club Tennis Tourna-
ment, 4.15 p.m,

Matinee performance “The
Man who came to Dinner”
at Empire, 5 p.m.

Mebile Cinema gives a show
at the Leper Hospital at
7.30 pom

Bridgetown Players present
final showing “The Man
who came to Dinner”, 8.30
rom

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WrUtmj llrrrmbrr 1.1 1*S BarbaJras Inuneate ATOM BOMB ONLY HOPE FOR SURVIVAL Colonial Development Will Go On (I'roiii Our Louden Correspondent) LONDON, Dec. 14 THE SUSPENSION of Marshall Aid to Britain after 1950 will not in any way affect Colonial Development projects or the availability of techni cal assistance for colonial territories. Neither will, there be any curtailment of new development plaiiS which may be evolved. Jew Poisoned And Skinned AT BUCHENWALD iiiv\ill inn %  that he m" ThnM assurance, given thtJ morning by an EC.A. spokcMiuii .it the American Embassy conMr GaitskeU's to Ihr llou.se of Common fm befool that aid programmes |Oi fostering overseas developmenl for the production of scarce matenals and for the interchange lechnical knowledge to oncour.ne higher productivity, would at maintained. This means thitt Mich project* .1* extensive road bttttd i Africa and the Far I %  %  %  i for M ri %  %  i OUTl to-U.iv %  %  %  %  iini days %  MUl M~%  "It was 'common ki.. be reported „. htCSt linnsI article writes such as looning her in the face |( large W ||| Bhe L, %  •• d .1 riding whip" lived in i must have been fully committed %  %  Richard Qryd, l'..li*h-Orman ittgart Mid that during his intarnment at Buchcnnras in the tujid room %  > Jew was pushed lid hi reported by Knch win. work. %  tattoo Inclu BJ Up iitiht• the Jew MM —Router Arrest Hitler's Housekeeper MUNICH. Dec. 14, Munich %  •' %  per. An.'. Hitler 1 to sell Tor I mlch tii.uk--. | rial* Mid included PmUleni P.iul Von IliinU-nhiii) ii 1K HIT Hltlert %  %  %  %  %  %  I |0 i:.ni' ft '. I He liter will continue uninterrupted I > for these and fot t\m\ ar colonial projects imini*' through tC A part lunds and docs not i ot the fur. among countries for oommodltiM for use within Europe. I: Ii ltd latter fund which It has been agreed to suspend. Commenting today on the Ba> OWOU, the Times In a ieadint The sterling arM hare in both Britain's gratitude and pride: for it 11 not possible to separate thi* couiUrv's fortunes from thoae 0 the sterling area of which it B ilutvntiv or from those Of StarI-.UK i f which it is trustee Devaluation, which wti in pan Uon that this and oth iterUni area oountrtoa were aim i 1 n their standards of col suinpiion proved to be the turtir point." SAYS CHURCHILL PltOFLSaOK METlf. (Pli-ire Msftel) proudly dli>Uy* Roach City U> H i | Wall la (1 k Cully moror ItaggM Cutler (Oitta Baii.rott). anal Hail Jea T a mu (l)uk Tloasar) s, (loin tka Brldg A ran !' %  ) ' %  Tl.p Man Who Caane To Dinner" at tinKn>pn> Ut nighl Lies Set Seoul ft e ds Preparing For In Confusion McGowan Resigns I.C.I. LONDON. l>cc. 14 Lord McGowan. Chairman since 1P30 of the great British chemical r< mi)iiic. Imperial Chemical Industries, IS resigning on health DM Company announced here today. Lord McGowan. who is now 76, will !-• succeeded by Deputy Chairman John Rogers who has been actively associated with Old (V mpany and Companies which %  tea -ii i < i Today's announcement said Lot I i had been oflei.il ..r i had accepted, the poatUon (i i PrattHenl of i C I Kr liter Beaver brook 5 Son Witt Marry In Jamaica ;.< 1NDON1 Dec. 14. UtlHQ, ton "f the news MMr (-uhiihhrr. Lord Beaver %  %  Vk I ,.d in Jamaica at Chnst%  I ; a d.iUglitei Of Si lacehorse AlUcen all. I f-rin' I : IHiect. 1 K^pris. 1 He won tiie D.K.c Battle of BrUaJ Uuea von the D.S.O his night-light t.^ "H'ni-'CP' Austria Celebrates IVesidcdt'ti Birth \ ifcNNA. Dec. 14 Austria to-duy celeOrated the 80th birthday of'Its President Dl Retuier. Public buildings, trams anil buses were decked with Hags K<-h 001-children were given a holiday and both Houses of Parliament were meeting to pay I msustj to him Toieh-light procession! HBI held in Vienna Ust night and %  U from all parts of the country converged on the capital in IM .1-Austria race. Although Dr. Renner began nil career as a Socialist I' %  newspaper, were as full of praise .1S'tciiiliNt journals. The Paopaai' Party Dwpapai %  aid -Allht iik'h Dr. Henner has been an active and detenu II.M Socialist all his life. |hll h nreventud hjm from being a good • .-man —Reuter. WILL PIT ift\nn\iMis mn nw H All \ \ \I1MINI SBU1 L, D Highly I • pn 1 Ui enable tiv (black %  The prii %  coal of living indii %  original level In I f*w hours lllng %  oufhl I" 11 *' P |r frrring t, would laal much longer 'hen sent out tl ommunuti had %  %  and were B ' %  I M f rlco halt 1 floodot win hurried!} sold hoards of *n alti A fe hi %  k markel %  1 Tltii tin* •artier 1* of a garl'h' A that the %  Miig forward. .. .... ;iv( ,|n, weight by "aiinomieinii!" tha 1 .1 -led mm ang. I %  tin net %  normal^ n r ha>est % %  The large df I lllltaracy 1 ynong Kawaw and it* %  i ich prevenU an but h lepreadcrs of rufnoon and the ,.;. ( Reutrr. R.C BISHOP RESIGNS POST VATICAN CITT, >• Pop* Pius Xii [ U %  men! IB I Poland, it was 1. to Uw Pope, after the Pollen • %  • %  •'' ' r,H d %  • rel lays, ii 1 1 1 %  Turowski, then Bip> 1 % %  1 %  Raate All Out Air War TOKYO. De, 14 The lull on the main K. :ean war hunt confiauad t"duy with United Nations forcag still waiting 1 hetow tha ;' a debatl On Foreign S 1 M; Ban In said 1 wei • .. % %  sia will ke the plunge into • II M Bevti aaM > thaugttl • Ruauan attitutie 1 nevi %  leved thai Rui %  nsu l he bollevi Reuter LOIIUON, Dec 14 ;:tIME MINISTER ATTL1 onen-'d the import ant Foreign Anairs t.eoaw in the House of Commons to day by saying he would give & fuller account of his talks with President Truman. Immediately following Attlee lr. tie Commons tiebato Winston Chunhill, Loader of the Opposition, declared : "We were .til very glad to hear that the military situation for the time being in Korea has somewhat improved." H,. adaed "The rlaterretu eft> On %  -' our iola defence U\ way by which va can hope la obujij UldraUon in our Ittempt to make peaceful itl-.-meiii with Soviet Russia it would be %  11 of the %  WASHINGTON. DtC, 14 h it Truman is datarnunei ;hat his QovornOMnl shall not Ithinglon In the event of an air raid. Senators learni^l ym terdaj i i> heard that t WaaUngtnn made it n itom bomb Uu thai the .tii i ... togi Jorw sistanl Budget Dim Lor lold %  BMb-Commluee i rumai i %  Qov< nenl could fuu in %  ttaek if Coi Kress adopted the Sl90.000.oi < proposal to disperse mllitai> hn command and other kv\ %  ganci r about 20 mile%  ..pliu with alert radai anil lighter defencen. —Keaur 8 Chfrfged With i < onoinir *-,IIMI;I:: RO, SAXONY. Dee. 14 The trial of eight roraw leehrucieM of late (^ Kian-uwneil Solvaj lOda plant (" %  eonomli sabotage' i*-nun in ihu -,..\ .i %  / %  :. town lo*du I flaiman .luihonllos have Vlted 39 wentern eornt,, Uia in.il. one of tini. He ooei •i tnet contro's barring entT) io ihe Soviet cone havt %  lift : Ii ^ho have been %  real era eharged with nuilntalnlnu espionage linlo. win \K< • i.rrman industrialists I. Kast Germany H llfti Uon of "spies anH rxpeeted to last M\ Males U.S. WILL ASK SPECIAL PRAYER FOR TRUMAN iteraay m • referenee to the ueachbead in \ (hen !iuu|i S wen%  ontinuma to "battle to "nungnam area.") Aland the def< ace u covi 11 >| Seoul, the Boutl Korea . %  %  nan rl pOSJUV : %  ihe Miii parallel" and jus! %  mile* further %  hlnd fl United lain %  %  u i %  %  I ..I !< • I N. < tii Koreai An Amertrati *n ran %  ahrMnjit aaM la dag lb d ih^re were hidleiliiinj. m> ill. seasaembd *it rarer irae trtini la 4e tin ll >ut Mr war In l\".> pokaaman was of thi .Minn •< % %  '' %  exploit fuU] potential coacomil mil) with hn Kreund %  Th< K the tempo of ail %  tde %  eutef BBVIN Will NOT RESIGN %  %  %  %  i %  Nifiiiofllrr 0&M tot Swedlui Leiimr I i Bone ol Germany. I'ei 14 Niemoelier, We Qeiman Proteetant leadei bun mi in advocated occupation of it ... leuilemliip i ranee U only w.i> oi pi >. \ %  >i 'i:German paople who ut Ihbi time on*ei I,, wni hi i\y manpower renom tee "itimiit consulting it, ihouli tilmeelf volunteea roi ieri b i Nii-miielleT Said. %  %  I • Ui take up .. %  >" %  igaJiaTl Ua i. %  ... %  KI t ;. nma ced Io earrj inna, he KMtod IteplvuiK to <| it M nothing praeh. .1 %  ,. i bef .."'ii t %  Qerman Pre %  I b ibrarohl %  ""' w, %  (..-,., m OuuuvsUoi Di rnan probli ihould not be "'Ived without th United KoUot it-^trr li.IN. Approve C-zasr Hre In Korea PLUSHING MEAD) IWS, ! %  I j J . ipprovi -I %  ijjh on %  betan: :il :. i.,.. the it n ation propos.ii lire in Korea The Soviet Union maintained Its n to the proposal, and %  %  hii vlaii Io Kmerh %  \ %  a 'i ireni wen i and the Pn %  %  the relations 11 lm u I tries V %  %  when niliu to try 1 taj day tb %  I %  %  Uon in K %  i,i then rerini h< v II I %  Itui th in the UUH fen %  I I rhc United Ns %  i Unued then orderh and al in I H pro ring iheii pot itn i fttb paralb i ( lima's luenuniliitii .meal %  ncgatlv -Uu Chin* abstain Pi %  future Kewli-r. :!: W 14 %  Eve as a d . [| may reIrad UP -Iteater. TRINIDAD STEELBAND COMING TO BARBADOS '•n oi o-n Cenaaaaaoaatt : OF-BPAJN, Dec 12 Men i -i the ICalsaniamnv nil..: I'..|l-Mf-S, | Mt Barbados where they will %  iseii, duriu | which UOM 'hey will givr arver.1 ill endeavoui 4 i 'h rist mas cheer thnaigh a form of muate quiUM novel to the people. Tt\vy leave nf| gjaturdai nighi bj the t oimhie Thy will Ije met by Mr W A. Member of the ll-r %  I. %  %  %  %  :-. '.1 POCKET CARTOON h, asm Hi LANCAim %  .. %  .1 llial'i .ullh mliunflnitootl %  Ol I'l" Pt'li %  ..Nifiuf-cf by riiei / ihall %  it grip.' ol ihe BovUM attitude, few deleg ites i iseed inj <-v -• %  "1 the caaseLtl nipt. I^IiM'Iric Train kill* 7 LtalmireM ANTWKHI'. Dei M i ,i , v .. kill. I'. ti iln on the An' • ., aroup ol line workers Th. i %  %  trail Eapri Aei %  i ill of Antwerp •oat workers i %  • dm Dot nee 1 '% %  I Ol tl Un Ps %  %  %  H >l itle. Dial imad ol Ihe efecti i hot i lioul man. — Healer (Uu Believed Deed In Plane Creaaifa i, JANEIRO, D> %  is Ii %  caught lire laklng "it r %  %  %  I ud l< nl; loal 1 Reform cegnltia en l %  \. 1 Ighl ii'. %  i ii. in the i %  hould beloi ent Government <>r Chi thai the jomt t omrnu olquc eapreesed thai Ihw I ". . i .. UiaUon Mtli i U.S. Musi liiiild I |. War IMaiils Qllkkl) -MARSHALL WAantNOTOrl A rapid bulldli i'l wai rl H ( %  tnreal -onfliet. United Bute Secretary Or Defena Oem Mi. Wbethei U-oul %  nipt within the i • . %  vei v hard P| %  wei He %  't %  \II.I %  .. dotn| all ,t could to itlea, hut he added "W< that an ili-uiii .. Reuter. 1> i d „ %  jndci Unjatod t* %  %  the aolul %  %  rhej their ni| I as lorn • ounu -• Until Chins %  in< the i alro d* toreU K I .. II i nit to rea \ • %  . %  %  .. . lib %  I indardi national pra< tt* principle i u I N it* B %  .. othi i i.jin' uu.i .mil i %  Iriftiri mi. ita* A.II Him ti no middle > en turned %  ... .,i ihi I-.. Flatten U He rel ... •-nil' i Th. i.i hi Korea sad the .!, *l-| onI -m fo** fc ...1ULI.-.I that the tulles I weiahl whl i*given fo eminent befl ti. the United Mali a>b liaVi i-olii'i -ii Impll < en sot > hip Winston Churchill In hit repU *nid 'I hOgS tl i '" '" truth i of renrror. % %  %  Iron! %  i. %  i me M gk On pjie It TKI.I THE AIW0CA1V Tiir NlWt ftlnc S1H ny r Slcht m no Aovooavn I'AVS KIR NKWH 3 W SEXSON'S \fc GREETINGS 1 %  POUR si \s %  lotu II rhc lined IheJ Ihi ... %  above and I Image -Renter KrMle RESPONSE TO VACCINATION APPEAL IS POOR GIVE mm A QAHTOIS or 200 TWO OIELS A I wUl b.TO BARBADOS ML Afteai Jackljrn Wsr -tf -I i am I.. :. p m Three mure < entres will be iiiwned as from today. I rlgay. Ierember I5lh and tli 'e are ui tallaw*:— Wealburv Olrla' Srhool — 9 a.m. to 5 II in i %  rrkaitoa village oirta" Srhool — 9 a.m. to 5 p in Bahv Welfare (enlre. 1*1 le Hall — 9 a aa toSgsn. j.nt has been brough: to %  %  %  I %  %  %  i .. %  Hunting now ami xmall Ih" only pn• As I have Art %  ponse re i 'nig. has I--ith -II the, ( t.i. in attend U i 1 %  ..in. inl I ajipeal to ev %  %  %  %  re endeavouring to k< out a 'ory dai Alone T %  -irnple and do is to get varclnated Wlthi %  %  now astabl %  STRUMPETERI 8 ICIGARETTES 5 g %  %  WRAPPED IN CELLOPHANE* ALWAYS FRESH sat;



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PACK FOm BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. DECEMBER IS. 1*50 BARBADOS! AmtKWTE 'ridi>. inl.i-r 15. 1950 IIOAIIIHM.S AT a i' %  ...uiturr ol Commerce Mr Trevor Bow ring voiced the sentiments of a large number ol people when he asked that the Chamber pronounce against hoardings and other advertising signs which are damaging the beauty of the country side. Within recent years the tendency has grown to advertise various products by painted signs. The Civic Circle has been anxious to preserve what little beauty remains of the country side and suggestions have been made that these signs be limited to the City and its environs. Districts' beyond three miles from Bridgetown, it la claimed, should be protected from this form of advertising. There are those who feel that inasmuch as the owners who permit these signs to be erected derive a certain amount of revenue from the advertisement itself and from the sale of the merchandise which they display to the public, il would be infringing unnecessarily, their rights, if all advertising were arbitrarily banned. From the aesthetic point of view it might be worth while to investigate what effect %  change "f colour schemes synchronising with the surroundings would have on the matter. In Great Britain there are societies dedicated to the preservation uf the beauty of the country side In Barbados the only organisation devoted to such work is the Civic Circle and it might be that their influence will weigh considerably In restricting the use of signs which in most cases detract from the beauty of the island. It does appear that this is a matter for co-operation rather than legislation. The vast amount of energy used in encouraging tourists to come to Barbados would be mis-spent if the beauty of the place is to be spoiled by signs whose effectiveness could be replaced by other and more adequate means of advertising. EXECUTIVES THE appointment of Mr. D. A. Wiles, Public Librarian to the post of Assistant Colonial Secretary is a new departure which will be welcomed not only by ttie members of the Civil Service but by the general public. The appointment is an answer to the allegation made against (he Civil Service that there was difficulty in finding first class ability to till the higher brackets. Mr Wiles who began his career as Assistant Master at Harrison College was given special training for the post of Librarian some years ago. When there was a shortage on the staff of the Colonial Secretary's Office, he was seconded for duty as an acting Assistant Colonial Secretary. It ia clear that his work has been of such creditable standard that he was recommended for the substantive post. To that he has now been appointed. His promotion will serve as an incentive to members of the service who will realise that they tint can rise to the higher brackets if they have the requisite qualifications and show the necessary diligence. There has been a tendency in this island to accentuate the claims of Barbadians to appointment to the higher posts in the Civil Establishment. This can only be done where all things are equal or where the local candidate has the advantage by reason of his acquaintance with local conditions. Mr. Wiles is %  Barbadian whose claims can be staked not only on the ground of his academic training but of his knowledge of local conditions. He was in addition to being Public Librarian, a member of the Governing Body of the St. Michael's Girls' School and his knowledge of the people of this island will be an asset to an officer in the executive grade who will not be compelled to accept information brought to him by means of minute papers and other official documents. In addition to all this. Mr. Wiles is a man of judicial temperament and admirably suited to the balancing of facts. Young and energetic he is bound to be an asset to the staff of the Colonial Secretariat. \..I!IMIL; soars so fusf u* (he ro*j| of u\ rrnuii-ul. iinl ri —I roiilend fliMt in* money i*or extra lirill* mill romt* liimi ..i\ s HOW TO SAVE £250,000,000 A YEAR The Inquiry is conducted by HAROLD BRETT SMUGGLED GOLD (And A Bomb) SET 'AIR-TECS' BUSY By Perry lit.skins TEN of the world's most famous detectives have met in Paris to launch "La Police Criminal de .'Air." This new Criminal Police Force of the Air is a move to combat an alarming boom in international smuggling THE molt expensive thing in of the committee asked a Ministry In Julv 1048, the total was no: Britain to-day m government. Its witness if it was possible lo cut down, as promised, but up to 713,. • to uf his rocketed more costs by getMig ttw civil servants 000. Since then there have been st.pi} than the domestic cost of jnd gang labourers In these hoste.i big bonfires of contro's, but there living. to help with the wa*hlng-up an 1 are still 29 civil servant" to sho* I .i house which coats more other domestic chi-res. (last as for every 30 needed at the peak %  n ihree times its pre-war price ordinary citizens do in theit own of the war. a bargain by comparison. To homes Slash the size of the Civil Serttoverncd to-day costs more No, sir, resident* do not help vice by ten per cent and we would • i four times as much as it did in tinhostels save £38.000,000 in wage* alone UM l30's. The committee has previously Many departments .nsting addiAnd yet Mr. AtUec's Adminisreported on hostels with one staff tlonal millions for lighting, heat-, tration. now that it needs another member for every resident, ing. and rent of requisitioned and Continental airline chiefs has been called £3 '3 million a year to rearm Brighton TraininCollege of the property could be shut down Briiain, makes only two characNational Fire Suvlre does bcttei entirely tensile suggestions:— ""n that; a staff of 80 has b--.ii bfora loans from America, kept thento look after 35 officer. Oorenmiaiit information ssr("lt would be Impossible lo carry in training. Coatf40 a week for vices costing 416,000,000 a yea* out the full programme." says the each officer could be shrunk almost out ni Government memorandum, "with,. ,. M ., ...... v*sw. T*e ttiM.OOO-a-jeSff out substantial United States" ,h NaU X ,,,!'* \ i BrtU h Co xu ^*• fJ.000.0tO gg:danre in addition to the EuHouse-workers 1120.000 of publi* central Office of Information 1 ro; ... recovery Programme") njoncy was s|^t last year to toach pubUc relation, staffs attached by detectives trained in trapping airborne Mor. tenure"re*, gfld ^ _* >.* '/"-'' %  3 Ministries hundred! Ol suUtantiaP-by the Bntlsh peo{£s^gf-^wJhW. trainPaW^ga^jf *.** fc SS'" ""MOD to big^ a JT.! nC over ,l ,h 0 e r wor?d)P. back . time j£*£ ^ „ ,„ „,_ h ey are not wanted At the moment the project is noi as Hollywondlike as it sounds. There will be no squadron of Jet pursuit planes or hoverplanes for observation duty, though these may be needed later. The get-together of police and the British to form a ground force to keep an extra vigil on the airports. NOT A DREAM . KACH unit of the new force is to be staffed Imitpil CrtetUton To The Editor. The Advocate-SIR.—Permit me lo congratulate your sportswrlter. Wr. O S COfspil. OB hi 5 article in last Sunday's Issue con tot Ion of the Barbados Selection Committee In invitin ( Hit* W !' % %  • tako part in the Trials for the forthcoming tour ol Trinidad to Barbados next month. Mr. Coppin quite rightly points nul that 28 is too small a number for a place like Barbados with itwealth of cricketing talent when It Is remembered that British Guiana who could )CSt get Christian! on the West It I ... itcd 48 player*. Trinidad 40 and Jamaica over 40. Do they intend to stiAs < ticket hi this sweet 1 111.Island of ours? No, please. Mr. Coppin referred ai players whom they could have asked In addition to the-28 bu I must point out thai even Hi Cej psn Mi-med to h-ivr forgotten some most worthy ;plnycrs simply becaus.no big names. Players Un Edgehill of Cartton, Torr* Pllgtrlm formerly of I.odge and now of Sparta-1. Barker of Em pin M P I Qeorn dikes of Xjaeward. \i : .mil Otiddard %  BarbaJivCrl o> Id have i>een Invited IQTT FAN "DUaen. CotUSe." SUsck SUrfk MwMil t , ista. The Supply Minidea of real and substantial Ulry ship pecl 36 o lorries to Germies in Government spend„J l not mentit"" J help in wrap-met a I recovery. Many were unsuitable, %  W. before belts are tightened m ar|v hJ lf W( n nrv ,. r ll<(r< | Th hohdu>s cancelled, the gigan-UXDKB h.im-. w< .ill should be passed back by niuny lMlt n „„,. people to the Ministers who olhvi loU th „ r „. no reconl ot H art paid to govern them. Not a single £ needed for arms Deed come from extra taxation. Scrap It The Food Ministry, gobblin* IdlnGerN*-00.000 n year in salaries la included in raUQn MVCT foodstuffs to in much they fetched Drained i are gi\ "torn whole lot can be pruned from moneys being eminent There is plenty of scope Why. ^K !" monev -.item Ministries (Food and Supply) £ "} %  n Manv instance UIT KIV. ,sted by the Govr(port o( sn(p ^^ and sion Jobs for the Transport Minl*.Ife. should be scrapped ind its work blended with the Ministry of Agriculture. What a saving there—and o in the P^'tive gain. For 30.000 pairs of hands i work iiId be set free for useful which did not exist at all in 1938 Dow spend as much as Government did then. While the Ministry of Agri. ture Is rearranging itself, althree limes the estimate. One " !" iTEiS'" up ,rom tM0 000 ' ,haS ,h ,0 -* •"" ' ""• liouo.uoi Auriculturnl CrtnmlttM.. And il The Health Ministry and the llfrea dy So down the drain go the ""dI petder a J !" rr n ^ ,t „* t ] u s. ial health group of Ministries ml |i,onV and no amount <-f tut more f^JJSj^J& Citrol a spendlna equal to anlulling will bring them back again ruah around rMtrlcling people. o ier pre-war Government and a in the NaUonal Health Schema, Where else? In 1038 there WBJ n..!f. for example, tens of million* canno Supply Ministry (present cost Parliament could not hope to no be cheeked by the committee 1130 million), no Ministry ol cope with the details of such |„^ause no detailed account5 have Civil Aviation (cost £28,000.000) lavish expenditure. The Combeen kept. These and other redundant mittee on Estimates and the PubMinistries are only a temptation he Accounts Committee never Firstly— t 0 spend fail in Iheir reports to expose „ armHinU ,„ ln „: A cut of B> U scandals involving wasted tens of onlv cn Vfr mi i ^ um year', That's Half . millions of public money. But Government expenditure would then it too late. provide ALL the money needed The Supply Ministry should be Look at some of this wild for Britain's arms bill. It would .swallowed by the Board of Trade, spending; il was listed by the then be unnecessary to cadge from British flying will get on better Committee of Public Accounts in America—or from the taxpayer. without the Ministry of Civi' it-: report issued a few days ago. What Is more, the state of the Aviation. Close that down too. New towns : The cost to the country would be hea'thler and The Attlce Government, which Ex ch equer for each New Town of its administration more efficient hasn't thought of these things 50.000 inhabitants will be such a cut were made. expects to be left with 3M £23,000,000 Twelve have alGo for the hi* stuff llrsl Begin million lo raise at home after i*> re idy been designate.! for Engthe cuts with the civil servants, has finished scrou ngin g from land and Wales. In April 1930 there were S87.OO0 America. The committee points out that f ""'•" ""> the Stale pay roll and Half of it the first C215 if Parliament (which has to grant "i c 'r wages totalled C137 million million, can be saved as above the cash) does not go on granting yer. 1%? second half, now going down many of the milThis year there are 880.000 with nc dra i n S exUsvKnt misill be wasted. %  • bill of €380 million management TVmmSffi Up A K ain tr ?d,nK ? ml BOcial ""' fresh mill lions already spent Hostels £8.500.000 was lost last year on hostels run by the Slate. An astonished member At the end of three Attic? years. will deal with next A Gross Young Man? Yes! ...bul liis dinrv lirnnurs .. Ilook Of The Month. 155 year* ulfer liis death By GEORGE MALCOLM THOMSON BOS WELL'S LONDON Ml U NAL. Ilelnemano. 21a. 37* THE book of the Century," %  ay the publishers, with an enthusiasm I understand. For what were the chances that after close to two hundred years, there sluuld turn up a,, unknown book by James Hoswell—and that this 1-ook. the diary of his first year In London, should exhibit BH talent In full flower'' The Book of the Century? It is. at any rate. "The Book of the Month"—and the Year. This young Scotsman ol 22 puts pen to paper and lo! there come to life for you nn-l me Ihe Piazzas or Covent Garden in the year 1762, the tuverns of the City, the rout at Northhumberliinci House. St. James's Purk whenoat inav atch the Guards mid sigh for B rwww le s i on m so di>tinguishi eared only in American novels There he -trots, cocking hi* beaver rolling a lustrous, ayi i i spite of his impudent nose nnci fcolish smile he has the indefinable Innirtag of talent.*. He has 00BM to conquer London and' certainly to enjoy it It is not his first visit. At 18 he had Bed south from the ethics classroom of Glasgow University with a Roman Catholic actress and a strong disposition to join her church. Sent to reason with him. Sir John Pringle, ex-professor of moral PhUosphy pointed out that a change of church would ruin his prospects at the Bar. Young Boswell spoke of the safety of his immortal soul. "Your immortal soul. sir: exclaimed the indign.nr. prBfessor "Why. anyone with the r-.:ilU >l spark Of kd'.lcnanlspirit would rather be damned to all eternity than give his relatives so much trouble as you are doing But on this second trip to lndon, Boswell's aims are different; he will become a Guards officer and an Episcopalian He detects a devout straia in himself shall certainly be a religious old Leaving Edinburgh, where the chairmen seem to su "God prosper our noble Borwell!" as he passes, he travels with a young fellow-countryman, a sailor so lacking in the finer feelings that he thinks London only a place where he Is to receive orders from the East India Company Not '• Bosweir—"all in a flutter at having ut last got to the place which I was so madly fond of." He finds lodgings In Downing Street on terms so advantageous that he believes them to be "very strong proof of my being agreeable," he sees the sights and in a couple of days is "really unhappy for want of women" For Buswell this kind of misery issues immediately in action. We liiul ourselves embroiled in the first of many unrefined episodes which have as their climax the tragi-comlaffair with Louisa, a voung ncires* at Drury LBJBSJ, The amour described with elaborate artfulness and lusty 18lh century freedom, opens in the most genteel style "For my own part Madam. I look upon the adoration of the Supreme Being an one i>f the greatest enjoyments we have"—-N.iv Sir what do you th.nk of the Scriptures?" etc. etc. Need I say that it does not remaiji very long on this lofty plane" Comes a day when Boswell reports: "I really conducted this affair with a manliness snd prudence that pleased me very much. The whole expense war just 18s" Alas, it is not ihe end of the story. IAHIISS. for all her highflown talk, proves to be the bitterest of disappointments Buswell had lent her two guineas. Who will blame him when he asks the money back' Louisa pays up. thus causing the young Scot a minute of shame But not more. It is hard indeed to dent so stiff an armour of selfesteem. "To speak seriouslv. 1 think there is a blossom about me of something more distinguished than the generality of mankind" Nor is hU instinct wrong. The absurd, lake-helly youth Is a mnn of ability and charm— or he could not have won the D. V. SCOTT & CO., LTD. TO-DAY'S SPECIALS %  I THE COLONNADE Usually NOW TINS JACK STRAWS $ .73 -M TINS ORANGE & GRAPE FRUIT JUICE .28 .26 BOTTLES McEWANS BEEH .26 .20 heart of Dr. Johnson after so short a siege—end of spirit a well. From Scotland, Boswell's fathei Lord Auchlnleck, has been watching his son's doings. But Lord Auchinleck Is not impressed by Johnson, "an auld dominie who keepit a school and ca'ed it anj Acaadcmy." He packs his son off to study law in a Dutch university. A last devout visit to St. Paul 1 a serious talk on religion with Johnson an encounter with street-walker—so much for good resolutions!-nnd this very agreeable, very mad young man is off to foreign parts. His year in London has not been wasted. It has produced, ono of the moot fascinating of English classics. HOW TO BE A CELEHKITr. By Milton Shnlmsn. Carieatares by Vleay KrlnharsU EvSSU. Its. 64. 215 paces NO. Shulman does not tell y now to achieve fame. What he does Is conduct a lightning tour of the great or once-great—fox sad reflection on human glory, tin laurels already wilt on some of his notables. Is Boyd-Orr Boyd-Orr was? It Is a tour tn the company of an alert not over-reverent mind with an ear for a phrase and sufficient courtoy to refrain froi lielng witty at t^ie expense of his subjects. Unselfishly Shulman allots th< best remarks to the celebrities. Si Ralph Richardson, for example I awarded: "An actor's canvas i silence. A person coughing Is like someone throwing ink blots on a page." Shulman's attitude to his client* varies from rank bewilderment to total comprehension. One Is not In doubt about why the prisefighter's baby daughter grew up to glory as Mae West. But T. S. Eliot? Shulman approaches him like an earnest sfnostic entering a cathedral Christopher Fry seems to have won fame by doing all the wrong things. As Danny Kave achieved it by wedding th? right wife If there Is a common factor in fame. Shutman has not found it But as a guide to the stars, his compilation is the liveliest now before the public. Read it while they are still famous. World Ceoyright %  •served. smugglers. If you think this sounds like a schoolboy's dream force rather than an urgent addition lo the present Customs organisation, note these points:— I An estimated amount uf £5.000.000 worth of contraband is flown every year int. Britain. 2. The bomb which exploded in a crossChannel Viking aircraft in April and which imperilled thirty innocent lives was, according to Scotland Yard's present theory, designed to kit! a smuggling double-cnisser. 3. Millions of pounds worth of black market gold has been flown over European frontiers and dropped by parachute. One gang ring, operating from Switzerland with eight private planes, is known to have muggled on a single flight more than 200tb of gold. (The black market price is BH an junce.) 4. Sheets of gold, measuring four inches by two inches, which can be easily concealed m an overnight bag, fetch four times their official price on the black market. In some detected cases sheets weighing up to 1201b have been found hidden in plane luggage. 5. Since the war about 1,300 war surplus planes have been sold unconditionally by the Supply Ministry. The majority were light communication types, sold sometimes for only £30. The total aircraft ownership in Britain is 310 privately owned, 338 attached to flying clubs, and 518 with air charter lirms. Even if all the surplus planes had gone 10 these sources (disregarding the fact that many planes are bought new) there would still be 134 machines which may be in the hands of smugglers. How do the airlines get involved in these new anti-crime plans? Their help is needed lo operate the scheme with the minimum of inconvenience to the honest flying public. MORE CHECKS THE International Police Commission's new plan also proposes a more detailed check on the activities of private charter planes. A monthly black list of private planes and pilots of all nationalities suspected of smuggling is now circulated to police forces of the world. Scotland Yard's man at the Paris conference is barrister-detective head of Ihe C.I.D. —Ronald Howe. Chief of Washington's F.B.I.. J. Edgar Hoover, sent two of his shrewdest and most-travelled agents. Professor Harry Soderman, leading police scientist, came from the laboratories of the Institute of Scientific Police in Stockholm And from Italy was suave, voluble Guiseppe Dosi of Rome's Detective Bureau. Though national traits and characteristics differ almost as much as their individual approach to the problem of the detection and prevention of crime, these men and theii colleagues provide a team more formidable than any the underworld has yet been compelled to face. ITS HANDICAP ONE good result o( the new anti-grnuggling measures may be the development and expansion of the International Police Commission itself, ironicaily, though its main campaign is agaist smuggling and counterfeit money gangs, Interpols own chief handicap is—MONET. Each member-State contributes a little less than £800 a year to run a staff of 20 which tries to keep weekly track of the movements of 100,000 criminals. Each year adds another 500 names to the black list. 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PACE E1C.I1T HAKHADOS ADVOCATE U.K. Football Says k Lucky Arsenal* LONDON Dot 14 THE SPOl.T catch phrase as neunnl in Britain re-echoed to-d*n in British soccer circles The "Luckj Ar II art*| wooden liull shaken uut of bus aim j ... i 1'lllllX t\V8Uittt claimed that HighUn Arsenal Gunners had been dn I a! homein UM third round latlow (""" football Association CUP > "m ** %  Ulion lo decide national M U1..N s nut, •upietnacv Ii marktM the live round ihe Arsenal boys \ ill ni.it*. have played in London. The Gnu%  > %  U, —1. aer* won the i-up n ,-.. %  : i. N Mr 1) t. don appearances last < .U Dee! i., ,, longest jaunt being a nlne-n ile A trip to Wembley Stadium for hs 11—9. HOUSE PASSES RESOLUTION FOR. HOUSING gft from pfr s in not know •ut %  would plant is trees to shade the children from the sun. Buildings in the troplo although well ventilated. shouU • %  Kg Cracks ,,bcr ha' %  DOUl th building and >w woiila say that the concrete work was put .down without •• at .i cfwli His ' ur, . %  tanning and ,,..., %  B boul the building was the i K r,th eOBBH ,. i Q. |.„n „, Amat and prptadon (r (in %  m % %  lid not I see nt to tod u two Hans I he did not know, lie was sorry that this should 'v in the ,-iogramme when therc ICb to IM* done not onlv with r.ew building.. • %  > i imi wiin present elementary %  i I ilem"li*ilng> H hoped, thai at an I I '.is would be made at UK ptVgasM element>t them had ere not fit lo The (.unudiuir Bank Of Coaaunerce ItKIIM.tTONS SAKHA H S4TBS Or IMIAM.I sssMssn :%  *...; Draft* KM %  D**f1 CabM DECORATION HOUSE li."loi.. C A Pstter. I\ C. 1Puller: \i-. ... |> ar t SPECIALISTS IN WMt IMM.U \.MI IMMIISK rH\FTS>IA>SIIIP Anal. To cap Mi luck, Ai as opponentinil kg United, one of the mfainowi r the coniiFirst and Second I >i\ do not enter the cup scram %  • %  until the third round. The sort of luck that has gt the Gunner* th* .nivimtage of home ground so often in a r v. and the sort of efficiency at hi. %  and away that has kg] Ihe front of the Leant.' lonship race mnM o( %  : %  have combined to instka th seven lo one favourinv BJ last .car'.* Wembley triumph Last year's beaten Liverpool, face >i harder th mum' task. They will travel ;o Norwich still undefeated at ho. and currently boaitlng an 18 *r untwaten strinu Bookies i their chance.* 20 to 1. 3 Second Favourites The three teams no> ,. second favourites .it tan to an-. No Man*) ter United and Welverhami. Wanderers. u ll notabta cup hi eis of previous years. For the llr-t tune no non tissue clubs h a reached the third round to I ilayed on January g and thr %  Minatlon of watching the gi killers ai work wOi be absent : itur rankest outsiders of the lrfi in the fray are Csrli-lr. Pi vale. Oldham and York, all oju, at 5.000 to 1. Among the more medium pi. entrants, fans like Mid sconcl to Arsenal in tha Laaj and quoted at 12 to I. and 111. pool. 1948 runner.-uj. with Liverpool %  < 2n to l. Other fancied conteiiotrTottanham Hotspui 14 to 1, & I!" < ton Wanderers IS to 1. Stoke City he| l' t and Portsmouth, both 16 lo I Chelsea 22 to 1. F A i ... Interest annually than gfk) '>" t Brills) Cup Fever Millions t f fans travel hundn d i of miles by exi ursn i ovarloaded bus to whoop their favourite .n From now until April wh .ii\i i> tiDi HI Eh HI D w. i. 6—0 it. DA) N I, t| i i Men s IHMihlev %  SBSBJ I %  '• .U I* .">; %  I %  I vs. J. H. I ana A. < N L) E WormC ..ial IJ. Atkinson ,rt,v Ctiools as sorr VI Ui e. ;. aaagUUng and "mall windows and MAIL NOTICES Mall* lot Qr-natl. If* %  .M V I L M Tan.,i* w,l| I.. m. Ofumi post OSVe •> %  UIHM> P.rci sad tUfliittifi Ma,.. MHI OldlnarMall ..! I |> rr. o,, ths Uth of Dscsmbar. IfSO Hall* hw Dominica. Montaerral. Anli|ua Nrvi*. and Si Kilt* l.y Ufel M V Canbba* will be rloaad at ins Crnrral Poal OflV r a* under Partw Mail ai 11 inooii Mall at 1 i' m and Ordlr.. f JS p m urn •The public %  < adviaad lo tan ill. .... . -,.. I.,f. • FURNITURE FABRICS G'FTS POTTERY ANTIQUES COLD SPRING COTTAGE :OAD SI JAMES TEL P Taylor. %  mall children More Parking Spots SPEECH DAY l he %  and this ... %  . anil dowi. From pace 3 ..It then tiny roulil \l-Nt their i-tul.tren to develop as d wish Many of the ifirls came In m humble homes, the Governor said fore — 'bey should never be ashamed a parklnj of them. The humbler then homes, very probably th. aceonunodatioii for about live the sacrUsca tln-n parents had lormade to give them their educiirn-rly occupied by U* %  clothing and plea.s-ures. Tne •• %  %  • .i i thai ,l,| K ive to their parents was' to show their In the old bus iiand in Ir.igratitude by considerate.!, f M falgar Square, thei .conunotm m and Mhm dalion .or another IJ cars, whilo Ths OBBBHl Kinsdum Lc IUvr< Ham-. b> UM a s Co".%  rtr-d al lb* I'ai. %  M DseamMr, IKS.. Il.ii,.!... d Mail a • a l and %  at IS 11 in the JubUM %  %  prou i ol your paeenti' M nts." he Hid "Keep your heads high and be aegarniinVg Uiem unselfishly vrhlle >OU share thall home" %  tha spaco can bold many hitherto sttatJ very busy days that the G U .,1 gaga completely tillI h snin> rnotoi peclally .' vitdtoi la tha i imd ao ^ know that than bi %  • i i-n• %  %  General Flakj Secretarlc ., in Church ViiiaKe sback St i quite %  numbi Pastor Returns From ChinaP.islor N F Brewer. I lanval Conferefiee Seventh-day Ad ven tints %  dqugrun al WtashhisTton. n C 4th F.A.O, Con/ercnce Ends MONTEVIDKo. DfC 13 The Fourth Intel 4 i i Conference oritamsi ls opaortaally of oLiahiuig rear requirements In i GALVANISED Ik STEAM PIPE Rauglnc /r..'a V. In. upward. MILD STEEL nib. Rounds. Sqnr* In nil Klipi BOLTS & NUTS—All Siiet FILTER CLOTH—White Cotton Twill Al I'Hlt'FS that einnat be ffpratrd I tsss minimus fi.viii i.ut. MB! FAEK ROAD. ST MICHAEL DIAL SZI IT PAYS ... to ADVERTISE FRIDAY. IrKCKMBER 13. 1950 \ l"ft Make your own l\ 4 \ L 11 J home fashions with \\ ^MERCERISED PRINTED JMATTIfW %  3i ,n. P., yd_ .90r. PRINIU COTTW CAMBRIC ,.,. o. beautiful paMems. 36 m, wida Sfjc. WHITE SEEkM'CkER 37 ini. -KJ. —.-Ji2c. WHITE Plvtl VIHI.E Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 1 II 1? & 13 BROAD .TBEiT At laaal el 111 • %  hool have slread] %  are Lodg*. II.nu, S.1H.TI 100.000 fans huh: their hyslei M al the Parry, the Olrl F Of thai ipaca WOUld BPOkeat she King Strt-et S*-v.-nlhrellave the congestion, day Adventisl Church thtl tvcell Pastor Brewer has rrrontly return %  r... arharc hf '. than thirty %  ng of the work his d>---C7-ccolid II y %  '*' %  ' : 'i D41 I n my .ch. obi ,u Ttit-e "" '"din*, otvi co iiage HIMI ona Collei •-, '''" %  I'liblishing >... peratad Ln China. They havi idatlOtl* ".'"ree of over 1.200 workers emXmm Parties AI Onwn 's College \ny into Wemblrv Stadium .p,.rtthe Coleridge and SI Michael'! go/jd t.. earry on their evangel ,nl Klanl netle. iwlndng rauG "•""' %  "'ueatlonol. and medl^.1 cnu rattle, and blowing nightCombermere will M .losing work There are today 24.1KM mare Innlrumenl. that w.ul.l wUj an.l II : -! %  ** member. „, make New Year', eve In a madBoyi' F.uiKliition will do hot,-....und like deaf m,,1. %  Wl '"" "* <"' "" .M '" pgrty. thr Cup fever I* Of LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMP LEAVES FOR B.G. •rron. Our Own Cam—i>..i,a< n POHT-OF-Sl'AIN, Dec. 12 Boswell St l^iuis. lB-ycar-old lithtweinht boxing champion of the West Indies leaves by plane to-night for British Guisna whenha is carded tu meet Al Browne on Boxing DHV During yaslarday, child Han i Collage. Qu*e and K t&t %  iling through j lcfree tOI .i hort time from the old %  ChOOl iiench. At Queen's Colleje while •OITN of the children had left for ihelr homas. some of tha forms remained and gave ''hristmah other and t.w staff (i,,iri ilni-cb work in China Wi on LUkdat tha pra • %  nl III China he replle I, i havi no (ears ioi the prosji Uan RfUsaqoau In china Atom Bomb Only Hope sa From i> v... 1 1ST has done nothing but good. The question wc all hav to consider this aflerntKin li how much Rood %  ui.*;'. bt 1 the Prime Minister should have begun al an earlier date. "Nine months ago I pointed out that BO defence ot Kurope would be complete wilho,ul the armrd strength of Germain Opinion is moving In that direction Several years have lira beat wasted and flittered away while overwhelming RuaBta power is built up. On negotiations to end the fightlug m Korea. Churchill .said I should be falling in tranknaai to the House if i did i. A clear at this Mage that wo must not place any undue hopes upon tha success of any nejioti.itn.i, which might ba umlirtaken "Appeasement from strength imagnanimous and noble, ami might be the surest and Indeed tha only path tu world peace." Churchill wont on. "Unhappily except as regards the atomic bomb we are in a very weak position and likely t" reI have repeatedly said It is only the vast superiority of the th ful ny chance United weapon that giv ol survival." 'Tho argument is now put forward that we must ncvi-i use the dtomtc bomb until and unless it red against us. "In nihei words you must never Ire until you have l*en flred iipon %  Silly \i :;MIIH in "That seems to tne an undoubted I %  v thing to say." Churchill laying that sueh %  raMlva ,.1,1 hung war nearer'" Churchill regretted that Britain has not herself been able to make •he atomic bomb. He declared the matter of tha nton bomb, I'Mmm! Truman's assurance as contained in the Joint Communique, offered no guaranl | lonMiltation "I am sura thai the Qoveriia*oD. would ba uiso to msks a fuller statement <" 'his subject than we have fa! %  'Alle, all, thai mallei haUcome very real and of vital conMquencg to us, since decisions to afford to the United States a bognbag base in East Angj it all the more neeess;.iy that tha poatttpn are stand In should !• (U*.itly lit'lined —Beuler. \Y hat's on Today li let into drowning ui >pr old rlrl Ills C". 10 of .1-.I.: i 4 nd Appeal, la am. IdVMSrteB Photo I sii.i.iti 'i, al Barbsdoa Museum, 10 Public Motor Auction st No 85 Roebuck Street. I—4 P.m. 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“~ Barbados a Aduocate

ATOM BOMB ONLY HOPE FOR SURVIVAL
SAYS CHURC CHILL











Colonial Development DINNER TIM

: Will Go On |

(from Our London a ndent) |

DON, Dec. 14

"HE SUSPENSION of Marehail Aid to Britain
after 1950 will not in any way affect Colonial
Development projects or the availability of techni-|
cal assistance for colonial territories. Neither will|
there be any curtailment of new development planis
_ which may be evolved.

' These assurances given this
ae by an E.C.A. spokesmaa

r it the American Embassy con-

Jew Poisoned | firmed Mr. Gaitskell’s statement

in the House of Commons yes

And Skinned terday that aid programmes f0!

fostering overseas development

for the production of searce mate-

Ly eee YN, Dee
} ign Secrotany weet

Bevin spe aking in the a
f Commons tonight said th at
lid not think the present “grim
imes’ would lead to w °

Replying to a debate on C igt
olicy, Mr. Bevin said: “I ver:

ron LONDON, Dec. 14
i °| pRiMEe MINISTER ATTLY_: ovencd the import-
‘Gri um Times ant Foreign Affairs debate in the House of
W Commons to-day by saying he would give a
ill Not | fuller account of his talks with President Truman.

W © | Immediately following Attlee in the Commons

Lead To ar i iebate Winston Churchill, Leader of the Opposition,
decide: “We were all very glad to hear that the
si iy military situation for the time being in Korea has

somewhat improved.”’

He adaed : “The deterrent effect of the atomic bomb
Z| is at the present time almost our sole defence Its poten-

tia? use is the one way by which we can hope to obtain
reasonable consideration in our attempt to make peaceful

ettlement with Soviet Russia
nuch doubt whether Russia










































; rials and for the interchange of | ake the plunge into wat Recalling events at the time of It would be a mistake to over-
; : : “smphasise those difference
| technical knowledge to encourage Mr, Bevin said he thought it his visit to America, Attlee saidy Câ„¢MPRaSIS oe iy f the
: ail ; higher productivity, would be vas the Russian attitude to keep} “There was in this country ar : We are at one In support of ie
' ; AUGSBURC D % i maintained. tne fighting in Korea, I never| perhaps not only in t ount United Nations in re gre
; on si ee drei ; aie } This means that such projects elieved that Russia ever wanted] a ood deal of anxitty a to | SION : : tant +
¢ sf ote } as extensive road building 1” ‘hina in the United Nations.’ whit events were I ng It is supi@mely important tha
a * } a hes Iv ive Africa and the Far East ancl Bevin said he believed Stalin} Both he and the Presice tfany settlem@nt should be arrived
nyo ut » sal he always j ‘ 1 ‘ t Wes ”
3 aye x ke Sta | Bauxite production in Jamaica nted to use China to force us| their talks ere concernt a under United Nations au pict
Augst Bracucker Dusseldorf was| will continue uninterruptedly fight.” —Reuter. j the relations of their twe 0 _ The british Gove rn nent im
sivin for the dé aan Money for these and fo tries and tt ontribs I ly believed that t re first step
in the Koch for 36 mur- j Simi colonial projects is made} - could make to the common cau in the solution of the Korear
ders, ittempted murder and available through E.C.A, counter- Niemoeller Asks At lee qd. ; problem was to bring fighting to
corap! n 145 more part funds and does not come ou' at ‘ lot for u he added i very early end
r ; t 4 y | f rhich i ivide t , . 24 “when military even vere f They have therefore given
Koch w: no 1 ourt to-day |of the fund which is divided u 4 . S d ~ » a, os E
and was not expected to return |among countries for commodities I or Swe ish Le ade P, moving so rapidl to ul ‘ their support to the resolution
P, ithi i to day cisions ) i t t t :
from hospital for several days.!for use within Europe. It is this KASSEL. Americ ica day Aey CORES ee put torward by a number or
She was removed from court yes-|latter fund which it has been PROFESSOR METZ (Pierre Maffei) proudly displays Roach City to Sheridan Whiteside (Frank Colly , G : ar can Seo. Oe lems which confront the United eastern countries which calls for
ald , . ermé .
terday in a fit of sobbing agreed to suspend. more), his secretary, Maggie Cutler (Greta Bancroft), and Bert Jefferson (Dick Vidmer). Scene Dr. Martin lax. palies We ,| NE oe ; ‘i 5 a cease-fire
3raeucker said: “It was ‘com~- Commenting today on the al from the Bridgetown Players “The Man Who Came To Dinner” at the Empire last night. German Protestant leader tl eyes tore ae Pr 3 M si Until China shows by he?
mon knowledge’ that she reported) cision, the Times in ae leading - mit ht advocated. adden.” of | alti eo ate i i 5 action that she is not obstruct-
prisoners for the slightest thing| article writes: The sterling are? sarees es ae | be 8 said the re was no doub hat ing the Cairo declaratianin 4
such as looking her in the face., a large will share in both Bri- e y nations not divided)! United Nations force id spect to Korea, it will be ait
She usually carried a_ riding nimeved je: for it is a power blocs and under} with a very serious reverse, su : : a
whin,? tain’s gratitude and pride, for : » Bi edish leadership fering heavily’ | : cult to reach a satisfactory solu
walp 1 separate this} : avily are 20), Me tion’ Attlee continued
He said anyone who lived in een pa cet ‘tno of He told a ao conference this} equipment a Attlee continut
vr ; re @ i y . . wi the y i as ; dded he tic ’
the « ae ate a Es the sterling area of which it is} n on us sion | - o ; © on way of assurin Lea Ba i A I it rhere are two courses open, to
aware of the atrocities c > Teams . ar : 1@ 2BeL Few Oe aR OOO u Kither we must try to nego-
there the centre or from those of ste: Salta’ Teneenesd ‘Cuauat - i 1 y to neg

tiate a settlement based on the
acceptance of normal standards
of international practice, and on
principles of the United Nations

may be ups and downs.”

The United Nations have cor
tinued their orderly with
and are in the process of



ce without consulting it, should
wald, once while he was in the] sterling area countries were aiming / spread despondency and joy alte

} Any leader of the German

Richard Gryd, Polish-German] ling of which it is trustee By ALEX VALENTINE | © ‘s . people who at this time offers
tailor from Stuttgart said that | Devaluation, which was in part ¢ SEOUL, Dec, 14 | u wr ar the world its manpower resour
during his internment at Buchen-| reccgnition that this and other Highly paid rum¢ mongers r



iimself volunteer for service,”









guard room a Jew was pushed| too high in their standards of con-| rately through Seoul today to a oe, TOKYO, Dec. 14. Niemoeller said ising their position in the are or on the other hand we shall
into his cell who said he had been| sumption proved to be the turning|enable their rackeleers (black The lull on the main Korean war front continued to- West Germans shov!d refuse}of the 38th parallel find ourselves drifting inevita-
reported by Koch while at his] point.” market operators) to cash in | day with United Nations forces still waiting below the] te take up arms against their ‘hina’ i bl re ids wi sett ‘
cebhriaha Min neice of rine. wT i ea ot } a ‘tee ‘Ts eve as termans wee 1e I nit > co .
work. The price of rice, Far Eastern! 38th parallel to see whether Chinese troops would press on.| brothers even, if East Germar China's lecognition aia Adinitioe Seated
The Jew had gold teeth and fine cost of living indicator, was halved} They were bl iw say wher 7 ca rah were forced to carry arms, he : ’ The Prime Minister then turned
tattooes including a ship light- M ( ; n crdls dat. mend: bad tes taion tat rey were unable even to say where Communists ad-] sided Referring w tne Government .]to what he called the “mis-under-
house and a setting sun in several | e owa original level in a few hours | vanced forces were, ; Replying to questions he said recognition of the People’s Gov tancding” which it was the object
colours. He said that the Jew e Dealers opened the day with} The only activity reported was from the Hungnam]| he expected nothing practical ape ey in China Attee said. dof the two statesmen to elarify
shortly afterwards was poisoned Resi Ss I C I | Fiegnselting | beachhead now being evacuated. A platoon of Chinese , from conversations between Eas\ ¢ believe it right that Chines Jie peferred specifically to “doubts
and skinned ° eke | holder ht , * ‘ : ‘ te Premier Grotewoh| and] representation in the United Ni se ce stibe
Reuter Houscholders bought little pre Communists attacked it yesterday, front line reports said | German remier Grotewohl| ¢ and ou vivings which have been

tions should belong to the pres
ent Government of China
Saying that the Joint Commu
nique expressed that there wer
differences in regard to the Fai

ferring to wait and see if the ‘ : ;
LONDON, Dec. 14 battle-front would last much to-day, but ney repudiated after a three-hour engagement. Adenauer. German — problem»
Lord McGowan, Chairman since} Jonger (A North Korean Communique} sould not be solved without the

1930 of the great British chemical Dealers then sent out their paid! yesterday in a reference to the! United Nations.—Reuter
combine, Imperial Chemical In-| tale bearers to spread false news U. S. ae Will Not | beachhead, said theiy troops were

| West German Chancellor Dr expressed on two important
topies

The first is the controh of mili
tary operations in Korea and the
























Arrest Hitler’s













sustries. is igni é “i Cee / continuing to “battle to clear the Easter: ituatior Attlee ided: [Second is the use of atomic weap-
Gustries, is resigning on health|)¢hat Chinese Communists had . ar ‘ we , MAWOn, 4 Acdas tabla es " he
; , . rf 7 ate ungnam..area.” » ons Lam fubly satisfied shat the
Housekeeper eo ae Company announced crossed the 38th parallel and were| Leave Washington ‘Aiond the Berenice oc U.N: Approve Cease fullest weight ‘wit bex given’ Vo
ere : driving up on Seou Seoul, the S rom a1: | the views of His Majesty’s Gov-
MUNICH, Dec. 14. Lord McGowan, who is now 76, The price of rice halved almos . Seoul, the South Korean capita Pos 2a e . a ° aver
5 ’ 0 a é athe slligence so ‘ yi. { . “nt before orders are i ed
Munich police to-day arrested] will be succeeded by Deputy} immediately as markets were if Attacked By Air nego = lige at . na a r I ire lit Kor a lL Must Build Up ae if _ , a oo ae eee
Hitler’s former housekeeper, An-| Chairman John Rogers who has: gooded with hurriedly sold hoard WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 | ous ima e orwarc wn oi a] ‘ADOWS, Dec. 14 es
Ww lacated ‘ j ens he! }munist position as anywhere} FLUSHING ME. 5, W . Pl t ( kl which have political implication
ni Winter, and confiscated some} been actively associated with the; of wealthy peopl: President Truman is determined | jetween “just north of the 38th] The Gencral Assembly approved ar ants uiec y
of Hitler’s personal belongings} Ccmpany and Companies rae A few hours later black market|ihat his Government shall not nafallel’ we rit ots ith, vee tT by 52 votes to 5 with one absten- Censorship
she had been trying to sell for] merged to form I.C.1I. since 1899.| runners went out again leave Washington in the event of | °° ee : ition t roposal
) V 1 4 : > : % 10 ion to-day the 13 nation proposa eon Vidi « } t Il ren,
40,000 Munich marks, police offi- Today’s announcement said Lord| ‘This time their tale was that}an air raid, Senators learned ye: oeree 70 mile further ie a chaectite- if Soren MARSHALL Se 7 vn on? is repre
cials said McGowan had been offered and} earlier news had been the result] terday ; Vor ‘The Soviet Union maintained its a pe hs a ir also t t
' . : Y oe . . 1ishes with gue t WASHINGTON, Dec, 14 »ports at a measure of cen-
Confiscated objects included al] had accepted the position of Hon + of a garbled despatch and that the ia a aa ishe a ! ae ishas I ft opposition to the proposal, and its A pene’ badlaiciee ue ’ot mee in - port ie) ‘ me . ; s = ( =
document signed by President] orary President of I.C.1I | United Nations forces were in They also heard that the flat v¢ nan ir ws ut We 3 Bs} m four supporters cast only neg vative dele eae er ns eh sorship i eing a ablish ( bes
Paul Von Hindenburg appoint- —Reuter.| foot driving forward. ness of Washington made it an | Nations advance two months age te Re tionalist China abstain- ar phi as ithe despatches from the front by wa
litler Chancellor; Hitler's | '



excellent atom bomb target, and | were reported within a few mile meet the serious threat of global!

Later they gave this tale added

























































correspondents of all the United
~ard: Lona ty 1 . > . {ef the parallel, but no organised| & ; conflict, United States Secretary] xy; ng
nee mew bet eeh t eel weight by “announcing tha Reed i are il ocauene ao ae t cli : eith " oe f ‘Cl Gian — a In view of the oe attitude, for Defence "dent ral Mar Na wee ton: “The Prit M
t lecorations; nctes for e ; “7 wry eye ti fle ; ys 1 é e- pocdies ‘ of h oO : »gates expressed any - : ‘ he al e went on e Prime inis-
epeeches Se party badge; a Austria Celebrates Chine se Communists had fled fron termined attack. Roger Jones, A North Koreans had yet been P : oh aaa Reh ep "ihe Se told Congress in a secret hearing @ On page 8
watel in a Sev eral water colours > Pyongyang pienso a sistant Budget Director told a= see: ao " ttempt Reuter. Whether an all-out war migh
hs 7 Witlor P . id t Bi th This news crove up PC) Sub-Committee Truman believed An American air forces! '''* © ; erupt within the next few months tr"
peinted by Hitler, resident r prices. Speculators cleaned up a®}ihat the Government could stay in ai at Wo was described t he ( ral
Three people id to have act- uch in one day as they might vias me ane eed ‘Cor i i oe that - - ree was - we ” yy the General a TELL THE ADVOCATE
net caine were ; ar- /LENI ac. ] , , ; = og a ee) a é or attac . there were indications that (her 4 very hard to answer v4
ed as ¥ etweens were also ar ae - Se ee, nn “ 2 normally make in years of henest|/gress adopted the $190,000,000 Cammunniet ae fave oie Electric I rain By ea Aiete, oak naka THE NEWS
rested berries ob ae Ne te tap pany aoe her bE proposal to disperse military high caacth ales x ai Hould to avold falicechle Hoe Ring 3113 Day or Night.
—Reuter 80th birthday of its President Dr e own starting to wage an all-out air re it ild to avoid full-seale hostil
. PE MABY OF 458 F The large degree of illiteracy]command and other key agencies | nae fi ‘ Kills 7 I abourers ties, but he added: “We realise }
Renner. ng Kereans and the extrem@]into the suburbs about 20 miles | wor in. Bores. - chat’ ON eence eittae, oe THE ADVOCATE
My saan : hae among reans ¢ eaten sé °S The gs 2smM: was . that an all-out war can be initiat 2
: Public buildings, trams anc | Pyeriy which prevents aff but a] aay, coupled ‘with alert radar| «tiny ¢Rat the senemy may nov i vesiiow. ie ee ie os Sar PAYS FOR NEWS.
B b k' Son Will buses were decked with flags.|/¢,., 0 owning ‘adios, aids theland fighter defences | cpinion that the “enemy may n f TERR Dec. Te yg ng wor
eaver brook s School-children were given al rs i their —Reuter, | intend to exploit fully his ail Seven labourers” were bec F other ide Reuter,
Marry In Jamaica holiday and both Houses of Par-| rs * rum ae ot * "| potential concomitantly with his when an vay 1 ert oe sight
me ae agents eute | yround success.” werp-Brusse ine late last nign isa) cl "
é re ting t ay i« . p . ors
Leetiomied th seers 4 ee Benne” PRO [Br Mha pattern has new unfolded"| ran. into a group of line workers. | MEN NN Ms Wis a5 0 Nis GN NG Ns NS NG NS SN
: Aitke! : f the news- homage to him , | Cl d Wi I lhe ‘a. TE nae inere The aetident took place about
EE | See i i 4 Torch-light processions were C. BISHOP 8 large it 1 na he bon a Magda apg even miles south of Antwerp
paper publisher, Lord Beaver-}1.414 in vienna last night and jing the tempo of air activity a Ses Te the eworker. a 3 «
1 brook, will be married to Violet]” ad J f the coun- > ye’ | 2dditional aircraft become avail ean ‘d not see the electric}! >
De Trafford in Jamaica at Christ- paaigpoi iy ly oa hi the | dasicies POST | ‘E c onriomic Sabotage’ \é ble from Gommunist Onin of aks ‘i cose ies Was tithe “of the 2 A “SON 'S "
1 1e Soviet Union.’ ‘Reuter et ; me i P i
t aa . i ‘afford, 24, is thej sreat all-Austria race. VATICAN CITY, Dec. 14 BERNBURG, SAXONY, Dec. i4 | pl ios moke from the Amsterdam-Pi ve ne j
Miss De Trafford, 24, at Ge his uE : vhich, had just. passed. |
i daughte: of Sir Humphrey De} Although Dr. Renner began hi Pope Pius XII has acceded to] The trial of eight former dire: xpress which had just passed. | IR PEE I ING |
Tr: fc os Teading racehorse eareer as a Socialist Right-wing SW "srestaie a Monsignor Turo tors and technicians of the Bel- | BEVIN WILL NOT RESIGN According to authorities, P if e- "
E y - 5 r = Ss - A > 4 z ) layelr ere & :
i raftord adl newspapers were as full of praise ee acuoint tee owned Solvay soda plant fo: inves warned of the elec ri x
| Ow: ‘ oi acral as Socialist journals, ski, t© be Te pose: ;| "economic sabotage” began in this | LONDON, De i4 rain's approach by a horn sound~ | ige
Aitken 30, a former Conser-|® > Party Ss ment as auxiliary Bishop O*) soviet Zone tor to-dé scret Trnest Bevi id by the lookout man ’
, , The Peoples’ Party newspape! ‘ : Soviet Zone town to-day Fore Secretary Erne Bevin >
vative MJ from London, is]. 7 Czentoc how a, Poland, it was East German authorities have ! I —Reuter. aon
ete the “London Express” | Said: “Although Dr, Renner has ui , né i s é i tonight cial lenic iy on AY SS
Director of i 9 th 5. FC.|/been an active and determined learned today | invited 39 western correspondents | don rerorts published last night aA:
newspaper ove eee, a , Bishop ‘Turowski addressed), the trial, one of the rare occa the n ‘
sat ritai ? >, ter the ‘ at | vas resigning ir le nea . ms
during the Battle of Britain and Socialist all ee ee as area his request to the Pope, fter the'l sions when the strict controls bak eo i k One Believed Dead z
two years later won the D.S.O. preve: nted shim rom b . 8 Polish. Government had turned|ring entry to the Soviet zone have y s
for his night-fighting sorties Austrian — down repeated applications to] been lifted i ’ Plane Crash ss
| allow him to return, although h¢ Yhe defendants who have beer POCKET CARTOON I 4 <
2T ‘ T » was a Polish citizen jin gaol one year are charged with 1 Daas aaa ‘ ss Neth Oe:
j Lo ut BARBADOS ON MAL vi “ i ean ei two |maintaining espionage links wit by OSBERT LANCASTER RIO DE J ANEIRO Dec, 18. ‘ 2
rt ag vas believe West German industrialists ae while tour others. Yao aee
Putas : The trial, East Germany’s fift! 1 ee ' aT a Po
i delibe rotest a I e ‘ us injuries when a
j P li h Pls . titude major prosecution of “spies an: ; AVAC Saati dana nd by
olis ; I A i a + Manche j a \ assenger plan cra a iat
Bishop Turow was expelled | % boteur is expected to last six caught fire taking off from =
from, Poland five months ago day a nsishe Ribeirao Preto in the interior of :
Turowski then Superior in cue @ao Paulo on flight to the state 3
Rome of the Society of Catholic capital a
; t non t last According to first reports ‘he ) gy
Apostulate wa ominated i ‘ A , mas :
} June as auxiliary Bishop with ¢ TRINIDAD STEELBAND aircraft the ype eg ie ‘ &
i right of succession to the Bi hop- still unidéntified s 1 ost al- | &
tude shortly afte avin ;
ne eCsontocnowa (COMING TO. BARBADOS fiude shortly after Jeaving foe |i
euter ground ane ashed while 4
siaeiemeilis . (From Our Own Correspondent) ' over the virport &
‘ PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 12 Reuter. |G








(U.S. WILL ASK SPECIAL Members of the see
steelband o ort-0 pain
PRAYER FOR. we visit Barbados, where they w
stay for about two weeks, during |
which time they will give sever: i

-aniniiialaiaeaianala

FOUR SUNS GIVE HIM A

NEW YORK, Dec. 14



The Americ of Cr Ps j ¢ 2$6 NEW YORK, Dec. 14 j 7
, r “Chi . SD ee eae ey je | Performances in_an endeavour to peas bot Pe Mini te hoa Four images of the sun in the! s : &
lan hureh¢ n ort aus “ a . ‘hw y i ysu nn Ministe vt ag ! t te { ¥ ny, ‘ ‘
Eve a da { prayer for peace spread the Christmas cheer suki u statement that’s even colours of the rainbow were | CARTON OF 200 =
and { 1 f President | through a form of music quite ether witiuly misunderstood visible here esterday rhe s
and, f , =

} Trun e offered | Novel to the people. They leave on y representatives of the Press Weather Bureau explained that}
we promptly repudiated by



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1 the sun rays refracted through %
® ali, ar iper mar ponsi- | They will be met by Mr. W think tus. Gc eer layers of ice crystal ened 1} &
| bilits that he 1 n) may re- |Crawford, Member of the Barba a- asing ide ortp.! “mock” suns to appear to the left &
ceive pe I { lead us|dos House of Assembly, on ita ¥ the right, above and below the wm
: —Reuter. rival sun's own image —Reu ter. 2
i ee ‘er
; TO VACCINATION APPEAL IS POOR é
R f CAL | S
Park f ale witt il the, forc tr | an
| The response to my appeal to Queen's ark — 9 a.m, to; my notice yester It elt that people with al ve, force at my :
| the Pi blic of Br idgeto oe iits} 5 p.m the people of Bridgetowr ho were command, to attend the Vaccina- | &
lenvirons to attend Vaccina- | The Police Station, Bay Street} protected by injections last year|tion Centres for this the only th
tion Centre i very! —9 a.m, to 5 p.m against Typho ‘ever need not | protection, and I appeal to ever x
d ointir s i Dr. O’Mat on: come for vaccination no he | one to use influence to this end thaw. Se
it Pree terd Uy Three more Centres will be) injections last year protect against w » endeavouring & .
te late 1 t eveni! opened as from today, Fri- Typhoid Fever ar ot against we On J n a on i . ae me
nl 300 = attends he Four day, December 15th and these Smail Pox and it against the it muh BS ery .aenee ease ;
Centres uceady established, "| SF5au fellows = traduction of this disease we are Alone Peannot do ths. 1 can on!» @ = WRAPPED IN CELLOPHANES
7 tIRLS wD A BOY. The next time you see them in print they| ‘These - Westbury Girls’ School 9) fighting now and small pox vac- | 40 so b; he co-operati | ; oan
TWO GIRLS A! | Th 3 D é &
will be wear ts and shorts and telling the whole world “COME The office of the Director of a.m. to 5 p.m, ination is the only preventive and the simple and | a =
s ; »rvi E eat t Carrington Village Girls’ do is to get vaccir i 6 aoe ™ ?
TO BARBADOS Medical Services, The Wharf— g ‘ , * ox
i Mr. Ardean Mill ot ipher and two pretty Miami models, 9 am, to 5 p.m, School — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m As I have alread the re- | delay at any of the sever & AL WA YS FRESH a
; Jacklyn Ward and Joy B suring the Caribbean taking picture The Parochial Buildings Baby Welfare Centre, Eagle|sponse yesterday ha er ¢ now established Pd Z
for Pan American Airways ve already visited Trinidad, Tobago Cumberland Street, 9 a.m te Hall —%9a.m. to 5 p.m disappoir ‘ he Patie t Pe FPN: ONE Oe al i 4 we
and Grenada and expect to be here anvil Sunday 5 p.m + 1) J sie beint fas been brounht tol Tf al to t tisfact TIN PN PN NDR DN DU TNR PN GN PN DR GR DRG NNN NNR NY
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OST of the Schools are now gad, Tobago and Grenada and M* GILBERT YVONET and ont eee bl |
on holiday and every day will be here until Sunday Mr. Edgar Crossley left oes British ice - skating The pri eg ely < Warner's Thriller!
planes for the various islands arc : yesterday afternoon by B.W.I.A. champion Miss Megan Taylor, George O'BRIEN in - - - John Ann Pat
tilled with school boys and girl For Barbados Holiday for Trinidad to ride in the Trini-| now a film executive, will shortly “PAINTED passer’ ZACHARY : :
returning to their homes for ois deed aeidiaene ‘ ay *lecdiee terme "aeetir mee be making ae sauna: =~ Win Toki ec ok sie GARFIELD SHERIDAN O'BRIEN in
Christmas 3. JC 5 and Ing, — r > Je T} mission is to discover whether “BROTHERS IN THE 5. E . os
Chil Bivetiontan her two children accom- Trinidad yesterday was Mr, Chri] conditions in the West Indies are|]| *~——y 4." wicket ona Win SCOT T “CASTLE ON THE HUDSON
R. CECIL CRAWFORD ar- panied by her aunt Miss Robinson Newman. suitable for making a skating film]]| ““Christmas Hamper” at 8.30 Show ae
M rived from Trinidad yester- 2!tived from Trinidad yesterday School Days Over which would be both topical and]|] 4 on Sat. Dec. 16th, 23r@ & 0th SSS 55> ——
day by B.W.LA. en route frors Morning by B.W.I.A. for a holi- HE next time Lilian Howes} tropical










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Tobago where he is Mathematica! day in Barbados 7 comes to Barbados, it will
Master at the Bishop High School. Mr. Johnson, who is with the not be as a school girl. For many
Cecil who is an Old Harrisonian Royal Bank of Canada in Port-of- years she has been a pupil at

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has come over for the Christmas Spain expects to come up for a Codrington High School. On 66 99
holidays. few days over Christmas. Wednesday she left for her home

Satria ili igirctonamangande orem ratleoempenticennnay in Montserrat. This was her last

’ ° term at school here.
Rupert’s Autumn Primrose—34 ; ;
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, TO-MORROW at 5 p.m.
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continuing

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Ceutennial International Meeting
in New Zealand. On the trip
home they will take part in one
or two indoor track meetings in
the United States,

Mac and Arthur are naturally
delighted at the prospects of the
trip and both say that they are IP
fine form. Mac has never before
run on an indoor track and he is

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When the others join Rupert the here and no further. There mus
elf is nowhere to be seen, and, be some reason for that." They
though he tries to explain, they get walk round it thoughtfully, bue





2 , looking forward to the Stginan

more and more puzzled, so he leads Rupert gradually edges away. eagerly 7 foe thee g
hem along the track to the sundial “Why does that elf keep disap- experience, Arthur is hoping that
in the Imp of Spring was last pearing ?'’ he thinks, ‘* and where he may have another opportunity Hh aiid (4 Louis ee — Patricia
seen, 9" It's many years since 1 is he now? I'm sure he could help to resume his struggles with Herb GI OBE — Ty, Medina OLYMPIC
‘ew this sundial,’ murmurs the old — me if only he would come with us.” McKinley, whom he beat in the 1 ~ ee

leman. ‘I'd almost forgotten And he moves towards some thiek finals of the 1948 Olympic 400
it. How odd that the track leads bushes. metres.



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15,



Foundation Girls’
Head Urges Parents’
Co-operation |

At Prize Day



The headmistress of the
Church Girls’ Foundation School,
Miss Inniss, made an appeal to
parents for their co-operation
when she gave her report of the

past school year at the annual
Prize Day yesterday. Comment-
ing on the Headmistress’ report,

His Excellency the Governor, Mr.
A. W. L. Savage said that he was
particularly interested in the
Headmistress’ appeal for the co-
operation of parents, because ¢
the danger of considering, that a
girls’ education was not nearly as
important as a boy’s

Mrs. Savage distributed the
prizes and a vote of thanks was
moved by the Chairman of the
Governing Body, Hon. G. B, Eve-
jyn. After the Chairman’s vote
of thanks, a play, “The Hand Of
Fate,” or “A Villain Foiled” by
J. Barker, was staged. The Upper
School sang six carols.

Making her appeal, the head-
mistress said that if they had the
parents’ co-operation already,
parents should let it be practical
She said that the termly reports
which were sent to them were
meant to be read and studied.
They had taken time and trouble
over them and gave parents the
truth as they saw it.

She would advise them, she
said, to avoid having their chil-
dren coached for long hours af-
ter school. She had not yet known
a case where such a_ procedure
had been helpful and she had
known of many where it had
been detrimental to progress at
School. To those parents who
were anxious to have their girls

equipped for work as soon as
they left school, she would ask
not to let them embark on a
Commercial Course before pro-
per foundations in English Lan-
guage and Arithmetic had been
laid.
New Buildings
She said that plans for new

school buildings about which she
spoke in her last report still re-
mained on paper, though there
were great hopes of seeing them
materialise, Perhaps Govern-
ment’s retrenchment in ‘1s build-
ing programme settled in .ne feary
of those who disliked tiie idea
of an amalgamation of the Boys’
and jirls’ Foundation Schools,
whilst it dashed to the ground
the hopes of those who foresaw

in the combination a_ brilliant
future.

They should not lapse into
apathy because the Island’s fin-

ancial resources did not permit
the proposed scheme being car-
ried out, They could at least by
additions and acquiring more
land around the site, provide
advantages.

Year by year they saw the ur-
gent need for a course perhaps
with a technical bias, to supple-
ment the academic course already
provided. Such a course would
give those who were not academi-
cally inclineq a greater interest in
life in general and school in par-
ticular. Parents, too, would be
relieved to know that their efforts
had not been wasted, and they the
teachers would feel in going with
the current, a greater sense of
achievement,

She did not think that it was
good for the School’s progress for
parents to regard that school as a
last resort. Such an outlook would
have a bad effect on the child and
in turn the school suffered.

In his address, the Governor
said that it was true that the
majority of girls ultimately would
marry and would not be the bread-
winners of a family, but he be-
lieved that to run a home and bring
up a family successfully required
as much intelligence, knowledge
and patience although of a

different kind — as to run an office
or a business,
If the training received at school
was coupled with good training
@ On page 8.



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1950

Latrines At
Morgan Lewis
ATRINES are erected at Mor-

gan Lewis Bay for the first
This bay attracts a large

«
time

Christ} @â„¢Ount of excursionists especially |

on week-ends and Bank-Holidays
but had no proper sanitary facil-

ities
The Advocate was told yester-
day that it is also intended to
erect a casino at Morgan Lewis
and already the foundation is be-
ing built.
FIRE of unknown origin

which broke out at a house
in Dash Valley, St. George, at
about 1 p.m. on Wednesday, des-
troyed a quantity of clothing and
damaged the floor.
Neighbours assisted
guishing the blaze. The owner,
Albertha Belgrave, was not at
home at the time of the fire.
Another fire completely des-
troyed a kitchen at Josey Hill, St
Lucy. The kitchen was about four
feet away from a house owned by
Charles Johnson. In thig instance
neighbours also helped to put out
the blaze. Tho house is insured.

D. BARROW’S Shoemaking

establishment has been going
for nearly half a century and has
become popular with local folk
and visitors,

The firm was founded by Mr.
C. D. Barrow who first started
business in Palmetto Square. He
remained at that spot for over 40
years before removing to Roebuck
Street, the present premises.

Old Mr, Barrow has retired and
now his sons are left to carry on
his good work.

Mr. Harld Barrow, a son, told the
Advocate yesterday that they work
for tourists and many local people.
Some visitors who buy shoes show
them to their friends in other
countries. One of the first things
these friends do when they in turn
visit the island, is to get in con-
tact with the firm through the
hotel,

He said that before the last
war the majority of outside orders
were from English people, but at
present orders come from Ameri-
cans, Canadians and Englishmen,

The firm employs 18 workmen
and a number of apprentices.
Boys are also trained for bursary
examinutions. On the last occa-
sion four sat and all passed. One
stayed on to work with the firm,

HE FRUITFUL HILL Road,

St. Joseph, is at present under-
going repairs, It is now closed to
traffic. This is one of the St.
Joseph’s Roads that were damaged
during the heavy rains.

A large number of workers are
on the job and it is expected that
it will soon be completed. Stones
are being drawn from the Bragg’s
Hill quarry.

So far this year in St. Joseph,
Orange Hill, Frizers, Vaughan’s
and Bragg’s Hill Roads have been
repaired,

Sarai! are making large

hauls at the Belleplaine area.
A few days ago one fisherman
caught 80 fish in one throw of the
net.

There had been a shortage of
fish in this area during the rainy
season, but fishermen are now
making the best possible use of
the smooth sea.

in extin-



25'- FOR RESISTING

Joseph Brewster, a labourer of
Dunlow Lane, St. Michael, was
yesterday fined 25/- by His
Worship Mr. A. J. H. Hans-
chell, for resisting Police Con-
stable Bourne while in the
execution of his duty on Decem-
ber 13.

BOAC's FLIGHTS
NORMAL AGAIN

B.O.A.C. services to and from

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



TAKING PRECAUTION





AEE wean toc teas

Re

* Smarr ee Gee

GETTING VACCINATED at the Centre at the Wharf.

Suspected
Case Do

Small Pox
ing Well

THE ENGLISH PATIENT who was isolated at Pel-

ican Island on Monday, as
has been reported to be
Director of Medical Service
Dr. O’Mahony said that
of small pox in the island
Waterfront workers and clerks
of offices around the waterfront
were still going into the CMO’s
office yesterday for vaccinations
against this disease.
In the meanwhile, longshore-
men were busy gettirig ashore
the cargo out of the Biographer’s

hatches.

Medicines, tea, baby
biscuits, potted meat,
chocolate, barley, soups, pickles
sherry, quaker oats, cigarettes
preparations were

cream,
drinking

and toilet
among the hundreds of tons of
cargo discharged yesterday. The
cargo, which has arrived in time
for the Christmas season, came
from Liverpool,

The Biographer was in port
from early Monday morning but
it was quarantined until mid-
day that same day. Since then,
there was no unusual break in
the unloading of the vessel.

The Advocate was informed
at the CMO’s office yesterday
that the response of the public
was most satisfactory. They said
that the majority of waterfront
workers and the whole crew of
the Biographer had been vac-
cinated.

136 Vaccinated

By midday yesterday 136 peo-
ple had turned up at the four

centres for vaccinations against
small pox.

Many people passed centres
without taking notice but the
nurses on duty always had a
good word of advice. One nurse
after telling a man that there
was a suspected case of small
pox at Pelican Island, was heard
to remark, “A stitch in time

saves nine.” These words prompt-
ed the man to walk in and get
his vaccination.
When the
the centre at the
Buildings at midday
34 people had already got their
vaccinations. The majority were
from St. Michael and a few

visited
Parochial
yesterday

Advocate

the United Kingdom ete., havejfrom St. James and St. Thomas.

again returned to normal. They

were interrupted by an unoffi-|lymore, assisted by Mr.
cial strike of electricians at Lon-} Sinckler,

don Airport.

INSIST ON

STORES



Nurses V. Collins and E. Col-
Cire:
are on duty at this
centre.

a suspected case
doing well, Dr. O'Mahony,
s told the Advocate yesterday.
there were no suspected cases
at present.

TINSMITH REMANDED
Fitz Hunte, a 50-year-old
tinsmith of Richmond Gap, was

remanded with baij by His
Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod
yesterday after he was charged
with using indecent language

and resisting Sgt. Louis Marshall
while in the execution of his
duty on November 23.

Calypsonians Preparing
For January

(From Our Own Correspondent)

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dee, 11.

Calypsonians in Trinidad are
busy hunting places to erect their
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as Atilla the Hun, along with a
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net Sch. Laudalpha, 60 tons nett, Capt
The “Wolfe” is a, Canadian} Gumbs, from St. Lucia 2
vessel. Her first owner was one} MV Cones. 0 tons net on
Mr. Wolfe, a Canadian fisherman Schooner Enterprise S., 63 tons nett,
who built her as a_ fishing} Capt. McQuilkin, from st Lucia :
Passengers arriving in por y the
schooner, — S.S. “Lady Rodney" were from
After doing some years of fish-| paltox Mr. J. E. Jessup, Miss M,C
. i 2 freddy | Sutherland, Mr, L. P. Wood, Mrs
ing, a Guianese, Mr. Freddy Wood. From Boston—Miss U. Green
Camacho, bought her over and} (008), ‘itis, Mrs. C. H. Leesman,
converted her into a cargo ship. |Mrs. M. Leyel, Mr, M < a
Col. W. HA. | D. Mac Mahon, Mrs
Changed Hands MacMahon, Mr. F. J. Ratcliffe Mr
She has since that time changed] ¢ Watts: Mrs Watts, Mrs Ki 4
: 3. Cavte 20-| Wilson From Bermuda fr §
hanis three times. Capt ain Le0-| Wikkon. Rrom everian, #eom._-An-
cock of Saba bought it from Mr | MeFarlan. | pranch, Major A. A. M
Camacho and sold over to Mr Hill, From St hula Mrs ww ©, Mes-
> srs « a & siah, M s Lepherin as § :
isa te of Messrs. Manning & Co, oan Shins Vi. Dewaned.

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eee : ‘ Branco, /S.S. Loide Cuba, 8.8, Albert,

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Athene Shillingford
Maria Samuel, Gertrude
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Shillingford,
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Printes by the Advocate Ce.. Lid., Broad St. Bridgetown.
Friday, December 15, 1950

HOARDINGS

AT a recent meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce Mr. Trevor Bowring voiced the
sentiments of a large number of people
when he asked that the Chamber pro-
nounce against hoardings and other adver-
tising signs which are damaging the beauty
of the country side.

Within recent years the tendency has
grown to advertise various products by
painted signs.

The Civic Circle has been anxious to pre-
serve what little beauty remains of the
country side and suggestions have been
made that these signs be limited to the City
and its environs. Districts beyond three
miles from Bridgetown, it is claimed,
should be protected from this form of ad-
vertising.

There are those who feel that inasmuch
as the owners who permit these signs to be
erected derive a certain amount of revenue
from the advertisement itself and from the
sale of the merchandise which they display
to the public, it would be infringing unne-
cessarily, their rights, if all advertising
were arbitrarily banned.

From the aesthetic point of view it
might be worth while to investigate what
effect a change of colour schemes syn-
chronising with the surroundings would
have on the matter.

In Great Britain there are societies de-
dicated to the preservation of the beauty
of the country side. In Barbados the only
organisation devoted to such work is the
Civic Circle and it might be that their in-
fluence will weigh considerably in restrict-
ing the use of signs which in most cases
detract from the beauty of the island.

It does appear that this is a matter for
co-operation rather than legislation. The
vast amount of energy used in encourag-
ing tourists to come to Barbados would be
mis-spent if the beauty of the place is to
be spoiled by signs whose effectiveness
could be replaced by other and more ade-
quate means of advertising.

EXECUTIVES

THE appointment of Mr. D. A. Wiles,
Public Librarian to the post of Assistant
Colonial Secretary is a new departure
which will be welcomed not only by the
members of the Civil Service but by the
general public.

The appointment is an answer to the
allegation made against the Civil Service
that there was difficulty in finding first
class ability to fill the higher brackets. Mr.
Wiles who began his career as Assistant
Master at Harrison College was given
special training for the post of Librarian
some years ago. When there was a short-
age on the staff of the Colonial Secretary’s
Office, he was seconded for duty as an act-
ing Assistant Colonial Secretary. It is
clear that his work has been of such credit-
able standard that he was recommended
for the substantive post. To that he has
now been appointed.

His promotion will serve as an incentive
to members of the service who will realise
that they too can rise to the higher brack-
ets if they have the requisite qualifications
and show the necessary diligence.

There has been a tendency in this island
to accentuate the claims of Barbadians to
appointment to the higher posts in the
Civil Establishment. This can only be done
where all things are equal or where the
local candidate has the advantage by
reason of his acquaintance with local con-
ditions.

Mr. Wiles is a Barbadian whose claims
can be staked not only on the ground of his
academic training but of his knowledge of
local conditions. He was in addition to
being Public Librarian, a member of the
Governing Body of the St. Michael’s Girls’
School and his knowledge of the people of
this island will be an asset to an officer in
the executive grade who will not be com-
pelled to accept inforrnation brought to
him by means of minute papers and other
official documents.

Tn addition to all this, Mr. Wiles is a man
of judicial temperament and admirably
suited to the balancing of facts. Young and
energetic he is bound to be an asset to the
staff of the Colonial Secretariat.





. Invited Criciveters
To The Editor, The Advocate-~-

SIR,—Permit me to congratulate your sports-
writer, Mr, O, S. Coppin on his article in last Sun-
day’s issue concerning the action of the Barbados
Selection Committee in invitin;; only 28 players to
take part in the Trials for the forthcoming tour of
Trinidad to Barbados next month,

Mr. Coppin quite rightly points out that 28 is too
small a number for a place like Barbados with its
wealth of cricketing talent when it is remembered
that British Guiana who could just get Christian!
on the West Indies team have invited 48 players,
Trinidad 40 and Jamaica over 40.

Do they intend to stifle cricket ia this sweet Little
island of ours? No, please.

Mr. Coppin referred briefly to other players whom
they could have asked in additiom to thé’28 but
I must point out that even Mr. Coppin seemed to

have forgotten some most worthy ‘players simply
because they have no big names. Players like
Edgehill of Carlton, Torry Pilgrim formerly
of Lodge and now of Spartan. Barker of
Empire, Branker of Y.M.P.C., George Gilkes of
Leeward, McCarthy, Reece and Govidard of the
Barbados Cricket League, could have been invited
CRICHKItT FAN.
*“Diadem Cottage
Black Rock
St. Michael

December 14, 1050,

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



|

Nothing
and

sears so fast as the cost
yet=—I contend that no
arms need come from

of government...

money for extra

taxes

HOW TO SAVE
£230.000.000

A YEAR

The Inquiry is conducted by HAROLD BRETT

THE most expensive thing in of the committee asked a Ministry
Britain to-day is government. Its witness if it was possible to cut
price to us has rocketed more costs by getting the civil servants
steeply than the domestic cost of and gang labourers in these hosteis
living. to help with the washing-up and

Even a house which costs more other domestic chores, just as
than three times its pre-war price ordinary citizens do in their own
is a bargain by comparison, To homes,
be governed to-day costs more No, sir, residents do not help
than four times as much as it did in the hostels.
in the 1930's. The committee has previously

And yet Mr. Attlee’s Adminis- reported on hostels with one staff
tration, now that it needs another member for every resident.
£353 million a year to rearm Brighton Traininz College of the
Britain, makes only two charac- National Fire Service does better
teristic suggestions :— than that; a staff of 80 has been

1, More loans from America. kept there to look after 35 officers
(“It would be impossible to carry in training. Cost: £40 a week for

out the full programme,” says the each officer.

Government memorandum, “with-
out substantial United States
assistance,
ropean Recovery Programme.”)

At. the National Institute of

in additi . Houseworkers £120,000 of public
im padition $0.the money was spent last year to teach

2 More sacrifices—“real and 290 women to do housework. What

sul stantial”—by the British peo-
ple

Pass back...

"xe idea of real and substantial

ecc omies in Government spend-

inj ‘s not mentioned,

|. ow, before belts are tightened
holidays cancelled, the gigan-
rill should be passed back by

the people to the Ministers who

are paid to govern them,

Not a single £ needed for arms
need come from extra taxation.
The whole lot can be pruned from
moneys being wasted by the Gov-
ernment,

There is plenty of scope. Why
two Ministries (Food and Supply)
which did not exist at all in 1938
now spend as much as an entire
Government did then.

Too Late

The Health Ministry and the
sc-ial health group of Ministries
cc itrol a spending equal to an-
. ad pre-war Government and a

Parliament could not hope to
cope with the details of such
lavish expenditure. The Com-
mittee on Estimates and the Pub-
lic Accounts Committee never
fail in their reports to expose
seandals involving wasted tens of
millions of public money. But
then it's too late.

Look at some of this wild
spending; it was listed by the
Committee of Public Accounts in
its report issued a few days ago.

New towns: The cost to the
Exchequer for each New Town of
50,000 inhabitants will be
£25,000,000, Twelve have al-
ready been designated for Eng-
land and Wales.

The committee points out that
if Parliament (which has to grant
the cash) does not go on granting
fresh millions many of the mil-
lions already spent will be wasted.

Hostels: £8,500,000 was lost
last year on hostels run by the
State. An

an
tic

A Gross Young

did the women do with this train-
ing? Nobody knows. Nobody seems

to care. What’s £120,000 to big-
time spenders?

In Germany: The Supply Min-
istry shipped 360 lorries to Ger-
many to help in scrap-metal
recovery, Many were unsuitable,
nearly half were never used, The
surplus lorries were sold in Ger-
many, but as’they were included in
other lots there is no record of
how much they fetched.

Drained .. .

Many instances are given in the
report of ship repair and conver-
sion jobs for the Transport Minis-

’ try where money spent has been

three times the estimate. One
vessel went up from £540,000 to
£2,000,000.

The size of the final bill is
often realised too late to stop the
work. Too much has been spent
already. So down the drain go the
millions, and no amount of tut-
tutting will bring them back again.

In the National Health Scheme,
for example, tens of millions can-
not be checked by the committee
because no detailed accounts have
been kept.

Firstly—

It amounts to this: A cut of
only ten per cent. on this year’s
Government expenditure would
provide ALL the money needed
for Britain’s arms bill, It would
then be unnecessary to cadge from
America—or from the taxpayer.

What is more, the state of the
country would be healthier and
its administration more efficient
if such a cut were made.

Go for the big stuff first. Begin
the cuts with the civil servants.
In April 1939 there were 387,000
of them on the State pay roll and
their wages totalled £137 million
a year,

This year there are 680,000 with
a wage bill of £380 million.

Up Again

astonished member At the end of three Attlee years,

in July 1948, the total was not
down, as promised, but up to 715,-
000. Since then there have been
big bonfires of contro's, but there
are still 29 civil servants to show

for every 30 needed at the peak| Squadron of jet pursuit planes or hover-

of the war,
Slash the size of the Civil Ser-

vice by ten per cent, and we would| May be needed later.

save £38,000,000 in wages alone.

Many departments costing addi- |
tional millions for lighting, heat- |
ing, and rent of requisitioned |
property could be shut down
entirely.

attached

Pi staff's
to 30 Ministries, hundreds of | smugglers.

publicity officers of the Foreign
Office (paying rent for offices in

capitals all over the world)—|dream force rather than an urgent addition

they are not wanted.
Scrap It

The Food Ministry, gobbling
£12,000,000 a year in salaries to

ration seven foodstuffs to the] worth of contraband is flown every. year into

Housewife, should be scrapped
and its work blended with the
Ministry of Agriculture.

What a saving there—and 2a
positive gain. For 30,000 pairs of
hands would be set free for usefw
work,

While the Ministry of Agricul-|ing to Scotland Yard’s present theory,
ture is rearranging itself, it can) designed to kill a smuggling double-crosser.

shed the 10,000 staff of the
Agricultural Committees. And it
can make a bit of cash by selling

the 10,000 cars it uses to inspect} market gold has been flown over European

Where else? In 1938 there was) with eight private planes, is known to have

and pester farmers. It wi'l still
have more than 1,000 cars left to
rush around restricting people.

no Suppl

Ministry (present cost
£130

lion), no Ministry ot

Civil Aviation (cost a, of gold. (The black market price is £35 an

These and other

Ministries are only a temptation, 9UNCe.)

to spend.
That’s Half...

The Supply Ministry should be] in an overnight bag, fetch four times their

swallowed by the Board of Trade.
British flying will get on better
without the Ministry of Civi)
Aviation, Close that down too.
The Attlee Government, which

hasn’t thought of these things,| luggage.

expects to be» left with £250
fnittion fo gaise at home after it
a ini
necle scrounging

Half of it, the first £215
million, can be saved as above.

The second half, now going down] communication types, sold sometimes for
the drain in extravagant mis- only £30.
of country’s

management
trading and social services, we
will deal with next.

—L.E.S



Mian? Yes!

--but his diary becomes a Book Of The Month,
1355 years after his death

By GEORGE MALCOLM THOMSON

BOSWELL’S LONDON JOUR-
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pages,

“THE Book of the Century,”
Say the publishers, with an
enthusiasm I understand. For
what were the chances that after
close to two hundred years, there
should turn up an unknown book
by James Boswell—and that this
book, the diary of his first year
in London, should exhibit his
talent in full flower?

The Book of the Century? It is,
at any rate. “The Book of the
Month”—and the Year.

This young Scotsman of 22 puts
pen to paper and lo! there come
to life for you and me the ‘Piazzas
of Covent Garden in the year 1762,
the taverns of the City, the routs
at Northhumberland House, St.
James’s Park where one may
watch the Guards and sigh for a
commission in so distinguished a
corps and as the shades of evening
fall scrape acquaintance with an
obliging servant girl.

_ Let me say plainly this Boswell
is a gross young man taking his
pleasures where he can find them,
and paying as little as possible.
Which he describes all too frankly
and using words that have so far
appeared only in American novels

There he struts, cocking his
beaver rolling a lustrous eye, In
spite of his impudent nose and
fcolish smile he has the indefin-
able impress of talents. He has
come to conquer London and’
certainly to enjoy it,

It is not his first visit. At 18
he had fled south from the ethics
classroom of Glasgow University
with a Roman Catholic actress
and a strong disposition to join
her church,

Sent to reason with him, Sit
John Pringle, ex-professor of
moral Philosphy pointed out that
a change of church would ruin his
prospects at the Bar, Young Bos-
well spoke of the safety of his
immortal soul.

“Your immortal soul, _ sir!
exclaimed the indignant pro-
fessor, “Why, anyone with the
smallest spark of gentlemanly

spirit would rather be damned to
all eternity than give his relatives
so much trouble as you are doing
now!"

| But on this second trip to
| London, Boswell’s aims are
| different; he will become a Guards
\officer and an Episcopalian. He

detects a devout strain in himself

I shall certainly be a religious old
man.

Leaving Edinburgh, where the
chairmen seem to say “God
prosper our noble Boswell!” as he
passes, he travels with a young
fellow-countryman, a sailor so
lacking in the finer feelings that
he thinks London only a place
where he is to receive orders from
the East India Company, Not so
Boswell!—“all in a flutter at hav-
ing at last got to the place which
I was so madly fond of.”

He finds lodgings in Downing
Street on terms so advantageous
that he believes them to be
“very strong proof of my being
agreeable,” he sees the sights and
in a couple of days is “really
unhappy for want of women.’

* 4 * »
For Boswell this kind of
misery issues immediately in
action. We find ourselves em-

broiled in the first of many un-
refined episodes which have as
their climax the tragi-comic
affair with Louisa, a young actress
at Drury Lane,

The amour described with
elaborate artfulness and lusty
18th century freedom, opens in
the most genteel style: “For my
own part Madam, I look upon
the adoration of the Supreme
Being as one of the greatest en-

joyments we have’—“Nay Sir
what do you think of the
Scriptures?” etc., etc.

Need I say that it does not
remain very long on this lofty

plane? Comes a day when Boswell
reports: “I really conducted this
affair with a manliness and
prudence that pleased me very
much, The whole expense was
just 18s.”

Alas, it is not the end of the
story. Louisa, for all her high-
flown talk, proves to be the
bitterest of disappointments.
Boswell had lent her two guineas.
Who will blame him when he asks
the money back! Louisa pays up,
thus causing the young Scot a
minute of shame.

But not more. It is hard indeed
to dent so stiff an armour of self-

esteem, “To speak seriously, 1
think there is a blossom about
me of something more. dis-

tinguished than the generality of

mankind” Nor is his instinct
wrong.

The absurd, rake-helly youth
is a man of ability and charm—

er he could not have won ¢he

heart of Dr. Johnson after so
short a siege—and of spirit as
well,

From Scotland, Boswell’s father
Lord Auchinleck, has been watch-
ing his son’s doings. But Lord
Auchinleck is not impressed by
Johnson. “an auld dominie who
keepit a school and ca’ed it an

Acaademy.” He packs his son off} check on the activities of private charter
Dutch! planes. A monthly black list of private
A last devout visit to St. Paul’s| planes and pilots of all nationalities sus-

to study law
university.

in a

a serious talk on religion with
Johnson an encounter with

street-walker—so much for good] police forces of the world.

resolutions!—and this very agree-
able, very mad young man is off
to foreign parts.

His year in London has not
been wasted, It has produced ony
of the most fascinating of English
classics,

HOW TO BE A CELEBRITY, By
Milton Shulman. Caricatures by
Vicky. Reinhardt & Evans, 10s.
6d. 215 pages.

NO. Shulman does not tell you!
now to achieve fame. What he
does is conduct a lightning tour
of the great or once-great—f
sad reflection on human glory, the
laurels already wilt on some o!
his notables. Is Boyd-Orr all
Boyd-Orr was?

It is a tour in the company of
an alert not over-reverent mind
with an ear for a phrase and
sufficient courtesy to refrain from|
being witty at the expense of his
subjects.

Unselfishly Shulman allots th
best remarks to the celebrities, Sir}
Ralph Richardson, for example is
awarded: “An actor's canvas is
silence, A person coughing is Tike
someone throwing ink blots on a
page.”










Shulman’s attitude to his clients} .

varies from rank bewildermen'
to total comprehension, One is not
in doubt about’ why the prize-
fighter’s baby daughter grew up
to glory as Mae West. But T. S.
Eliot? Shulman approaches him
like an earnest agnostic entering]
a cathedral. Christopher Fry
seems to have won fame by doing
all the wrong things. As Danny
Kaye achieved it by wedding the
right wife.

If there is a common factor in
fame, Shulman has not found it.
But as a guide to the stars, his
compilation is the liveliest now
before the public. Read it while
they are still famous.

World Copyright aprares.
—L.ES

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15,

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Air is a move to combat an alarming boom
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to the present Customs organisation, note
these points:—

1. An estimated amount of £5,000,000
Britain.

2. The bomb which exploded in a cross-
Channel Viking aircraft in April and which
imperilled thirty innocent lives was, accord-

3. Millions of pounds worth of black

frontiers and dropped by parachute.
One gang ring, operating from Switzerland

smuggled on a single flight more than 2001b



4, Sheets of gold, measuring four inches
by two inches, which can be easily concealed

official price on the black market.
In some detected cases sheets weighing
up to 12016 have been found hidden in plane

5. Since the war about 1,300 war surplus
planes have been sold unconditionally by the
Supply Ministry. The majority were light

The total aircraft ownership in Britain is
310 privately owned, 338 attached to flying
clubs, and 518 with air charter firms.

Even if all the surplus planes had gone
to these sources (disregarding the fact that
many planes are bought new) there would
still be 134 machines which may be in the
hands of smugglers.

How do the airlines get involved in these
new anti-crime plans? Their help is needed
to operate the scheme with the minimum of
inconvenience to the honest flying public.

MORE CHECKS

THE International Police Commission’s
new plan also proposes a more detailed

Stop in

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Professor Harry Soderman, leading police
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expansion of the International Police Com-
mission itself. Ironically, though its main
campaign is agaist smuggling and counter-
feit money gangs, Interpol’s own chief handi-
cap is—MONEY.

Each member-State contributes a little
less than £800 a year to run a staff of 20°
which tries to keep weekly track of the move-
ments of 100,000 criminals.

Each year adds another 500 names to the
black list. The Criminal Police of the Air
hope to add a few more.—L.E.&

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House Congratulate
Leader on Appointment

BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAC* FIVE

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THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday placed on ad to hire a lorry at $65 a week a
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record their congratulations to Mr. G.H Adams, Leader THE ACTIVITIES 0. r “rowe EC 1 4 & , erusio: ‘of bi 1 fas, nte ’ JASON JONES & co. LTD. Distr ibutors
f Mr. Ralph Cr e, recent Gav teuy should build ear ” l ar
’ l i 1 gas, amc t Ba .
of the House, on his appointment as a Commissioner of ernment Architect and Planning Officer, were strongly : “# $3,732.14

the British section of the Caribbean Commission, and also criticised in th * em, ‘and so thet they would be

sn sect p , e House of Assembly yesterday when mem- ; pie

their appreciation of the appointment. ys ’ cble to build more ho BEEBE BER RR EREBE
Son

Building, Housing tac ae ee ne resent ie ARRIVED AT

4

He felt the amount was to
high and the Administration wa
uilding programme and housing at the Satisfied ae mot Feataing the
British Commission which was w ction thet he heen oe
held in Curaceo, and at whiek Thanks Work on these programmes was Architect and Town Planning Sfaction that the Public Works
the Barbados delegates were Mr. Mr. Adams thanked all who had one by Mr. Crowe, and mem- Officer to do as he liked. Department was seeing after the
F. L. Waleott and Mr. E. L. offered their congratulations. He -<1°,/°!'timg to the Report of his The work on the schools was School building programme, Re-

bers discussed and passed a Resoluti ) ; : uses and
The appointment was made at the Speaker's Chair yesterday add- finish the school b eT eee eee

the fourth conference of the ed his congratulations. Pine





A Predicament

Ward, i catia ., activities published by the Com- started and it was agreed th ferring to the Report again, he Mr. R. G. Mapp (L) said that 7
Mr, F, L. Walcott was the first eee bag on ¢ = mission of Inquiry, called it at the had to be finished. fe ma bad called it “white-washed" "and ‘2¢ entire House and the public | i A y

to offer congratulations to Mr. however sivenantedl his ad = least a gross mismanagement of to see that the Public Works De- Sid that if anyone looking like “OU! agree that the Governmen

Adams and said that he had done disagree . y might taxpayers’ mcney,

‘ ae ; had been faced witt serious
: i ; ’ partment was now. carrying on "im in Barbados had been con- |“ meee wane ORO
were ane — affairs there The Report itself was not being the work: The work outers cerned in that Report as Mr. Predicament and he could only
Soars = rs when one felt that considered, and some members been’ started by them, He haa Crowe was, he would be sure of “@Y that the Report which came
that Mr. Adams and Mr. Busta- Assembly snd 4 member of the promised a full dress debate every confidence now that the "ving his head shaved, It would Ut Of the investigation of the

mbly and not a member of whenever it comes up for dis-. work would be properly finished. be a difficult task for the most ©O™mission was very mild com-

mante the undisputed leaders in i ” i
their respective Assemblies, had eg yt ge dnt the? ee, Mr. E. D, Mottley (B) said he Ptilliant lawyer to convince a Pared as to what it should have

so with a certain measure of
gratification and satisfaction in

“SILVER



each been appointed = om ‘ . The Schools mentioned in the agreed that the school. be Jury of the absence of mens rea “ee?
Rates pp d a Commis- hon, gate member for St. James Resolution are, St. Leonard’; built, and he aaeeen ge where the Architect was con- The spe .ding of these additiona)
At this stage of West Indian Secu hon. senior member for Girls’, Parry and Coleridge and should not go into the Report on Cerned. ums of money would have } 99
history it was a good prerequisite ; h Y, were as sincere in wish- Chalky Mount Schools. Crowe_jn detail. It would be im- Mr, Adams, replying briefly, re- ‘erious effect on the Govern
to the formation of any West 228 im well and congratulating The addendum to the Rescluiion possible, however, to really dis- fetred to the statements he had ment’s educational policy and :
Indian federation that these two him on his appointment, as the explains that in the Capital Es- cuss the Resolution without ™#®de_about Mr. Crowe at a Hous- Programme of events should: be
leaders should be elected as mem. 02. Senior member for St, Peter timates for 1950—51 under Items referring to the Report. ing Board meeting which Mr, ©xolored for overcoming those
bers of the British section of the “2° Was a member of the Party 1 and 2 of Head I, token provision aie Mottley had mentioned. He told difficulties with which the Gov-
Caribbean Commission, They had to which he belonged. “It is all was made for the St, Leonard’s Criticism the House that the speech he had ernment would be foced
been elected at the recent confer. the more gratifying whet occa: Girls’ School and the Parry and he! : é 3h made -was a valedictory one to He proposed that if
ence of the Commission and it S!0MS like this can arise that we Coleridge School. The reason H cs Mottley. reminded ‘the Mr. Crowe who was about to e:imen*’a buildin gramming |
was only left to the Secretary of ©4M @xpress our sentiments with- given for token provision only “CUS that during consideration leave the island, and it was cus- was interfered with to am grea |

State to formally approve the 9Ut considerations of any Party WS that the provision previously of the Estimates on the last ovea- tomary to speak in complimentary extent, the po'ic:

2 ding prt-
sotion. feelings.” made for these schools had been 5/0) — Mr. Adams had not been terms to an officer who was leav- vate secondary schools could bé
He would like to tell the hon, @Xhausted but the buildings were Present — he had strongly eriti- ing. eénsidered and the schools shoul : :
Great Contribution senior member for the City that imcomplete. It was also stated Gees Mr. Crowe, He had no He had not meant to be hypo- ix re*istered nd proper! ‘ |
With all the other honours that there was never in his mind any ‘tat as soon as a revised estimate court as a result of that criti- critical, however, and it was true equipped
had been added to the hon. question of the Opposition not de- based on a modified specification which hi 4 result 7 yyy id . re Soo — — ries Uy, Ss, Gy CURGATA CE Aigvs
senior member for St. Joseph, to siting to congratulate him on his P#@ , been prepared, additional Onl ‘thin e uid tn na then Had he eeoee activities the mismanagement was likely t ‘ae
be made a member of the Carib- appointment. All he knew about Provision would be sought for the vente ee 7 ng would have pre- ’ len. Had he known then what put back the building programme . 7 ea
bean Commission at this time, he it was what he had eeee in” the completion of the Schools, anon nim from saying what he a knew at present, nothing would foy a few years, and he was gla C re) V |
was being given the opportunity Advocate and what the hon It is now proposed that the saying, Mr. Mottley said, and have made him say that he was that it did pot happen when they #

t oF : e M. Public Works Department sh that was if Mr. Adams — one of sure that when Mr. Crowe looked
tributions to the reat attacene Goethe ats, St Peter hid fe required’ to complete hese te, os Tespondible men in this back on his services to the island Yer" Puan he
) ; . sartiibe .) Of. buildings. Soloni : c ‘y — had retracted what he he would have. nothing to be - : sd Pp ;
of the future of the Carittbean for the City he had read of the uildings. The Colonial Engineer had said about Mr. Crowe while ashamed of, As things had tumed ey Yisuen. Wer: Parry”. Senge

were building the Christ Church

FOR

|
3 ; . | ‘
area, appointment of Mr. Bustamante has estimated that the ‘amount the inquiry w ; Rane ve , Sometime ago and did not think;
Pa ee that all members and later he had seen a notice that ee \s at rote ae pal betore “be Report Des Gubliaied. fast of sty tite Suen nels tar that anyone with a knowledge}
of the House were aware of the )ot} ee ' counts for materials and service : : es San _ fe ashamec’ OF of local condit would havet
constitution of the Commission. utes oe vad fem appointed; and to complete the schools is as ne Sane at the Housing some of the things he had ° roa ‘io ies ‘Magalies 4 i. Wat
Its functions were for the social was aainine be pe a ~ ee follows:— ae ree a ae to admitted doing Ab nal. etarm: satan “ere celle ‘tel
“4 ae rs as “ial. about it what- St. Lec d's Girls’ Sctibol-. es, and people were bound , r wr |
end economic improvement of the soeyver » Leonard's Girls’ School i he windward side and
| SOG PFO ‘ to come to the conclusion that he Loss Incurred yo We ere ee ae eee |
entire area, He felt sure that Publi ; $56,500 : HORA | ZACUES » the i to shut the win-| fi]
; a. ublic Affairs Pare . School (Mr. Mottley) had unnecessarily Mr. O T Allde : at {fame they had to shut the win~| @)
oe had ae - an” ‘nateers He wanted to assure hon. mem- Para “370.102 Eiaceen Mr. Crowe. Every whatever inight ‘cabear ie “ihe Seine Pad an “the ; a
na . g : irae 5 " 7 : ve ro less as sre were
pertaining to the area, his ap- Pers and more especially the hon. _ Of the amount required for pied a ng — that ver Report affecting the construction spy Ae 3g Me eee ore
pointment would give’ him the Junior member for St. James that the Parry and Coleridge School, “PEMGings by say ten per cent. of of buildings in Barbados by the} ™ |

opportunity of bringing his there were times when one felt $12,102 Tepresents a revote of One's estimate was to be expected, Architect and Town Planning| What the Colonial Engineer) 9)

’ 02 t % 2 Ate | Bee ss ee ena
experience and ability to the main that fm running the Government of vrovision made in the 1949—50 but mot reckless over-expendi- Oyricer, and whatever might have @ On page 8 SE ES . sesame ua

: : ' ture ;

regional organisation in the area, Barbados the public affairs of Bar. Estimates which was wnspent at : “ai been said otherwise, it did not

“IT again take pleasure in offers) Pados came first. He wished to as- the end.of the financial year. Cen at aeateen to ic change the fact that much ls) Re
ing my sineerest congratulations Sure hon. members that if he found e The first hohe that the rinibe j economically was incurred,

und those of the House to the his attendance at a meeting of the School Completed length of Westbur °*S hoo! The Architect's activities where
hon. member, for a choice whieh. Commission in the United States The Chalky Mount School had 4pproved by the Executive was to Musing and school building wer
has been so well upheld by the Or any other place where it might been completed at the end of the have been 280 feet, That had COM¢eMned were something worst
British section of the Commis- be held, would interfere with his jast financial year, and iasaseates been changed to 337 feet appar- ‘an mismanagement. He though
sion. I will now fermally move duties as Leader of the House, he no provision was made in this ently without the knowledge of it was down right corruption and

that ‘we place on record our, would remain here and get a sub-- respect in the 1950—51 Estimates. the Executive, for he believed ‘here Was no reason why they

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expressions of congratulation to’ stitute to go in his place. “At this acc rhe ,. that if the Exec should allow heads of depart-
the hon. member and appreciation stage of our itistory even thowut hee ently recetren for of the cha: a3 hg an Fs, ments to have absolute power in
of his appointment. ; we might appear” insular, the material supplied for the building informed the House. — the running of their departments
Mr. J. H. Wilkinson said that claims of Barbados come before of this school. An amount of $15 AS a result of the change, the Without having a scrutiny main- d p llovers
he would like to add his con- that of any other place.” is available for revote from the contractor’s fee had increased by ‘tained by the Executive for what an u
gratulations to the hon. member Mr..R. G. Mapp said that he provision made in the 1949—50 $1,000, » they, were doing.

Cashmere Cardigans

The only thing that was worryinE would like to mention something Estimates and an additional Long ago the public knew what

‘ Building Blocks Those lovely soft woollen Sweaters sold exclu-
him, however, was whether they that had been omitted and that amount of $131 will now.be re- ‘The

: was going on, but no notice was
re & 7 | ; second oint con a +b ; " roper arter sively . » a ot,
were asking the hon. member to was, some expressing of apprecia- uired to meet this commitment. building blocks Mr eee, taken by the proper quarter to sively by our Faney Department. In Beetroot

do too much. He knew some- ;; A 1 Crowe investigate or stop it. They were aiken i -
thing of the duties which he now “0M to their delegates who had From the amount of $280,000 according to the .Report, had gies Dusty Rose and Pale Blue.

C s : 2 ass a resolution
A attended the fourth conference of Provided in the 1950—51 Estimates bought blocks. ; naw -anmpg tO pass A. reso)
pacell that deceee oak Md the Commission. He had notided under Head II, Housing, Item 1, re -or he felt that iussothioles ip seeheas. oupane in had
PoP a ier Mr eine that the hon. senior member for Pine Housing Estate, Part II], an were best. - ‘Ye had been offered remedy the injury which ha
son seconded the motion of Mi. St Peter had led off the discussion Allocation of $50,500 was made them a cent a block cheaper as CC®” Caused.
Walcott a Sites ine 0D the actual wotk. gone there and fF the building of 27 new houses commission, but: instead» of ’ pur-——— beri cai dinate
No cial neta” “the funds which-must be found in at the Pine. The whole of this chasing them at that price and,
ohn oe Mottley said that O'der that the schemes might be */0cation has been expended’and let the Government benefit by the | yf
r. \ . dD y na! implemented. He considered that in order to complete these houses commission he had bought them | yet 1
he would associate himself with tho conference and the. work of 204 te, pay outstanding accounts at 15 cents.
the last two speakers. He would the conference were of Vital Re for material supplied, etc, a fur- Mr, Crowe wanted to. purchase
like to make one point clear, portance to the West Thies and ther $22,262 will now be required. a lorry but was not allowed to do Wge 0
however. Hon, members would therefore the apirediation of th The total expenditure under so by the Executive. He rented A
appreciate that the Opposition House. of: their délarstey © these supplementary estimates one for 36 weeks at $65.00 a week i
knew nothing of the appointment ghould be : elegates’ efforts. will be financed from advances which amounted to $2,240. He
officially, They had seen oneday fon the Ad oF waa it He pending the raising of loans. had put in gas and oil and that Ww,
that Mr. Bustamante had hepn him i use would join with Mr, Adams moved the passing had cost $1,482.14, the total
elected and it did appear to them ‘1m In expressing these sentiments, of the Resolution and asked mem- amount for the lorry being
strange that the hon. member

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Now they were told that he had XMAS GR

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the Commissioner on the Depart-
ment of the Architect and Town
Planning, in which was a report

Fe eat bers not to discuss the Report of $3,732.14. So after spending that

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sum the Government still did not}
own the»lorry.!’ Those things were |
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He wanted to say that had the His Honour on the present matter,
Opposition the official informa- ey mr, A ee ee He was not asking them to fore- ley said, and then criticised the
tion, the opportunity would not presided over the House of 80 What he thought was their, building of the Parry and :Cole-
have been given the hon. senior Assembly yesterday, and mem- duty as members of the House, ridge Schools. He called the |
member for St, Peter to make his bers of the House, exchanged but he was asking them to fix a question of Housing one of para- |
motion. Christmas greetings at the end time when they would discuss the mount importance, |

Like the hon, junior member of yesterday’s meeting. report as such. It was absolutely He did not agree with the sys- |
for St. James he realised how -

taxpayers of Barbados, Mr. Mott-

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strenuous must be the task of the eee ‘tor eae i a a agechatson to Se passed. which rigger fag ee LIVER SALT a
hon, senior member for St: Speaker and the Speaker ar a : economy of the island. They om
Joseph. He sometimes wondered compliments of the season and Comments Put Off | were concerned with whether Lo
how much sleep did he get. He a bright and peaceful ‘New Year Mr. J. H, Wilkinson (E) said im
wished him good luck in his ap- He hoped that they would ail they should endeavour to get FS = | et
pointment and would like to ‘@Y come back to their labours fully through the Resolution that. day, SELECT be
that there could hardly be found yefreshed and anxious to do some 20d he would suggest that they SHES —-_— =
a more suitable person with ~ useful work. confine Se the —, THES i »
bilit and experience to be Mr. J. . ilki soci- tion and defer their comme 0} y ‘ 7 r :
lected ‘to this high and distin- ated ‘hinwsel’ weer nee Acct; the Report on Crowe until that ESE EARLY 4
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BLACK MAGIC CHOCOLATES—3 Sizes
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15,

1950



CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508



Wedding ng Anniversary

AUBREY LYNCH will
th Wedding Anniver-
They were meggried at
Jemes Street Chureh 15th December
1926. Mrs. Lynch's only regret is that
her Husband is not at home to share’
this happy day with her. He is a Sea-
man in Curacao, She wishes him a
long life and plenty of happiness.
15.12.50:







MR. and MR
Celebrate their
sary TO-DAY



In



ne

FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR—1937 Hillman
ning order—Tyres in
Phone 4818



Minx. Good run-
Good condition—-

15.12.50—3n

TRUCK — (:) One Chevrolet Truck.
Good Tyres. In perfect working order.
C. Herbert, 55 Tudor St. City Dial 3686.
13.12.50—4n.







ELCTRICAL
10- Valve ; Radio in good order,
12.12.50—3n

1G B.C.
Dial 2366.

NEW GENERATOR
Convertible to Naturai
$500. Phone 4358.

Petrol Driven.
Gas. 5 KW. DC

15.12.50—3n.

ONE GENERAL Electric Stove. Excel.
lent Condition. Oven and 3 Burners in-
cluding Grill. Covered Elements, Heavy
viterous mottled Grey Enamel. For fur-
ther perticulars dial 4374,



14.12.50—én.



.
FURNITURE
FURNITURE—Large variety of Cock-
tall tables in Mahogany, Cedar and
Birch, also Mahogany Dining Tables,
Dinner Waggons and Dinner Chairs, a
good choice of Sideboards, Larders and
Bedsteads, At Ralph Beard’s Show
Rooms, Hardwood Alley, (Opposite
Cathedra)! Open daily 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone 4683. 12,12.50—6n.

LIVESTOCK

HORSES — Suitable for Estate Work.
Apply Wakefield Plantation Telephone
95-213. 9.12.50—6n.





_ POULTRY
FOWLS - - Leghorn and “Butt Rock
Fowls. Also Fowl house and oth«r Runs,

Reeconable price. H. E. Andrews. Dial

M. ciel

MISCELLANEOUS }



ADVOCATE'S PICTORIAL S01 SOUVENIR
f W.I, 1950 Record Tour to England 1960.







‘ereword by His Honour Sir Allan
Collymore. At leading bookshop; $1.00
2.12.50—6n



BLOUSES, SHORTS, SKIRTS — For
work or play. $3.98 to $4.32. Modern
Dress Shoppe’ 12.12.50—6n

BREAKFAST & DINNER. SETS —
New stocks of attractive Earthenware
enable us to offer BARGAINS in Break-





fast & Dinner Sets. 42 plece Breakfast
Set. priced as low as $16.62. Additional
prices available. Dial 4222. G. W. Hut-
chinson & Co. Ltd

15.12.50—t.f.n,

BARBADOS ANNUAL REVIEW —
The popular magazine for friends over-
seas. Buy yours to-day. 2/- at Advocate
Stationery, Roberts Stationery, Weather-
heads and Cosmopolitan Drug Stores



12.12,50—
Best quality building and unslacked
lime. Black Rock Lime Works.
18.12.50—2n

CORK TABLE MATS — Gift packages
of Cork Table Mats in a variety of de-
signs and shapes. Priced at $1.44 up-
wards. These cellophane wrapped Cork
Mat Sets make an Attractive Gift. Dial
4222. G. W. Hutchinson & Co. Ltd.

15.12.50—t.f.n.



CEYLON FIBRE—Fine quality Caylon
Fibre just received. This Fibre is clean,

soft and springy. Price 14 cents per
pound. Dial 4222, G. W. Hutchinson &
Co., Ltd 15.12.50—t.£n.



DIAMOND RING — Five Stone Dia.
mond Ring. 14 Kt. Golcp Tiffany setting.
Wm. D. Richards & Son, Mc Gregor
Street. 15,12.50—zn.

eri eer esenmgentsseatenenlseasntnis
FLOWERS & FEATHERS — For Hats
and Dresses. The prettiest ever shown.
See them at The Modern Dregs; Shoppe.
12.12.50—6n.



GROCERY ITEMS ” Heinz Tomato
Soup—Heinz Ox-tail Soup—Grapes in
Tins, Large and Small sizes— Cock-tail
Sausages — Macaroni —- Icing Sugar —

Canned Rabbit — Lamb Tongue — Kel-
loggs Cornflakes — B & P Blane Mange
Bottles Morton's Jams Danish
Cream — Pears in Tins — Apple Juice.
Tohn D, Taylor & Sons Ltd., Roebuck
Street. 15,12.50—2n.

HANDKERCHIEFS FOR LADIES OR
CHILDREN — In attractively tied par-
cels of a dozen, Only $2.04, The Modern
Dress Shoppe. 12.12.50—6n.





— Australia 72 cents per lb.
Prunes 49 cents per lb., Raisins 40 cents
per lb. Currants 34 .cents per Ib. S.
Herbert, 55 Tudor St. City.

13.12.50—4n.

LUCKY DIPS — Dips that are really
lucky to everyone who wants such items
like Toys and many other Novelties for

HAMS





more than twice of the package cost.
Orly one shilling, The Modern Dress
Shoppe. 12.12,50—6n.





LADIES! Embroidered Anglaise in
beautiful designs and colours just open-
ed again for you, Yes! It's at THANI'S
Pr. Wm, Henry St. Dial 3466 and Swan
St. 14.12.50—t.f.n.

LIPTON’S TPA. Fresh shipment of
this delicious Tea has just arrived and
is in the hands of your grocer.

1 oz, lle:

79¢

Hutson Limited — Agents.



Prices—
2 oz. 2lc: 4 oz 40c. and 8 oz
per package respectively. John F,
15.12.50—2n | at their, Office, aed, High, Street,
own, ursday,

LADIES NEW PLASTIC BELTS— | Bride tow’ f. 1960, at’ 2. p.m. the
Ako Gold Belts. They are very prettY | Hwellinghouse called “Sheldon’’ and
end make nice gifts. The Modern Dres*| 11,6 iand thereto containing 4,845 square
Shoppe. 12.12.50—6n | font, situate at Shot Hall Land, Upper
rae tm | Bary Street, St. Michael.

LADIES’ NEW HATS — Styles that | P") Oettion on application to Miss Eet-
can only be found at the Modern.| \ ick at “Luxmore’, Upper Bay Street.
Prices $5.98 to $8.50. The Modern Dres» For further Particulars and Condi-
Shoppe. 12.12.60—6n. Shoppe BAB rons of Sale apply to:—

COTTLE CATFORD & Co.

ONE WINTER COAT. i ONE WINTER COAT. Phone 3130. ‘ 13.12.50—12n.

50—In.



Set Gath ee Oe cr eee

OVEN GLASSWARE — Phoenix Oven-
Table Glassware makes a welcome gift
Recent shipments include Dishes, Plates.
Bowls, Sauceboats, Mixing Bowls and
several other items. Dial 4222, G. w.

& Co., Ltd
Hutchinson & Ce °6.22.50—t.f.n

fe





“PLASTIC SHOWER CAPS 72 cts
Babies' Panties at 54 ye oP. ae
¢ The Modern ess 10
hl 12.12,50—6n.
RIBBONS — A large selection in vel-
vet and art silk, The Modern Dress
Shoppe. 12,12.50—6n
cla siaatenie aa
STEEL GATE — Two (2) Top Hung

Collapsible Steel Gates suitable for door-
woys 8 ft. wide x ara 9 aa ae
D. M. Simpson ‘0., Mar’
sheik 10.12.50—On.

TOYS — Dolls, Rattles, Guns, Shoot-
ing Caps *nd many other Toys. You
will find ms attractive assortment rang-
ing from 12 cts, The Modern Dress
Shcppe. 12.12.50—6n



TOWELS & FACE CLOTHS — Thgse
rrake fine Christmas Gifts and are rea-
sonably priced. The Modern Dréss Shoppe.

12.12.50—én.
enna NNN

VALISES — For Children to serve as

Handbags, or needlework or Lainch con-
tainers in Blue, Red or Brown. Priced
pecording to size 2/- to 4/6 each. Mod-

D Shoppe
ern Dress PP 12.12.50-





A very use-

YELLOW POLISHERS —
each. The

ful item for only 12 cent
Modern_Dre:s Shoppe.
12.12,50—6n





sy YACHT — That desirable yacht “VA-
GABOND”. Tel. J. A, Reid. Lone Star
Garage, Dial 91—33. 22.11.50-





| F@R RENT







HOUSES

_—
ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED FLAT-—
Facing Sea at Hastings; suitable for 1
rerson or couple. — Good Verandah

Safe bathing. Telephone 2949.
9.12.50—t.f.n.

OFFICE In Me GREGOR Street,
from ist January 1951. Apply to JAMES
A LYNCH & Co. Ltd,





14.°8.50—3n.

PUHLIC NOTICES





FORM I ;
The Land Acquisition Act,
1949

(Notice required by Section 3)

NOTICE is hereby given that it appears
to the Governor-in.Executive Commit-
tee that the lands described in the
Schedule hereto and situate at Eagle
Hall in the parish of Saint Michael in
the Island of Barbados are likely to be
reeded for purposes which in the opin-
aca of the Governor-in-Executive Com-
mittee are public purposes, namely for
a district market.

THE SCHEDULE.

ALL THAT certain parcel of land
(part of the tenantry lagds of a place
called BOSVIGO) containing by estima.
tion 13,870 square feet Bounding on other
lands of the same tenantry on a pri-
vate roadway fifteen feet wide on Eagle
Hall Road and Bank Hall Cross Road
said to be in the ownership of Honour-
able Mrs. Muriel Hanschell.

Dated this 6th day of December 1960
at the Public Buildings in the City of
Bridgetown in the Island of Barbados.

By Command,

R. N.

Colonial Secretary.
18.12.50—3n.





NOTICE
amate of
EMMELINE BATHIA BURTON
deceased
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
perons having any debt or claim
aguinst or affecting the Estate of
Emmeline Bathia Burton deceased, late
of the parish of Saint Michael in this
Islend and formerly of the United
State; of America who died in this
Island on the 4th day of June, 1947,

are hereby required to send in par-
ticulars of their claims, duly attested,
to the u Timothy Theophilus
Headley, the Public Trustee of the

Island of Barbados, Public Buildings,
Bridgetown on or before the 23rd day
of January 1951, after which date I shall
proceed to distribute the assets of the
deceased among the parties entitled
thereto having regard only to such
claims of which I shall then have had
notice and I will not be liable for the
assets or any part thereof so distributed
to any person or persons of whose debt
or claim I shall not then have had

notice.

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their
indebtedness without delay.

Dated this 17th day of November, 1950.

T. T. HEADLEY,
Public Trustee.
Executor of

the Will of
Emmeline Bathia

Burton, deceased.
17.11,50—4n.
NOTICE
TRINIDAD GUARDIAN
AS from SUNDAY NEXT 17th Decem-
ber the price of the Sunday Guardian
vill be #4 cts. per Copy. And the price
of the Trinidad Guardian published

during the week 9 cts, per copy.
15,12,50—3n.

— oe eer

PUBLIC SALES

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AUCTION
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

BY instruction received from the In-
surance Company I will sell on Friday
December !6th at Alleyne Arthur's Gar-
aye next to Fort Royal Garage, St.
Michael's Row (1) 1949 A-40 Austin
Cur. Damaged in Accident. (1) 1939 12
HP. Morris. Sale at 2 p.m. Terms Cash.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,







Auctioneer,
12.12.50—4n,
REAL ESTATE
You can own “Mizpah” at Belmont

Road for your price and be settled for
Christmas. It has just been thoroughly
repaired and painted, and is in perfect
order, It contain; Gallery, Drawing,
Dining and breakfast rooms, (3) large
bedrooms, one with water, toilet and
bath. Room for garage. Possession can
iven today
al 8748 and get an_ inspectian.
D'ARCY A. SCOTT.
12,12.50—4n
“KINGSLEY'—2nd Avenue, Belleville
desirable residence faces the
Belleville Tennis Courts and contains
Drawing and Dining rooms, kitchenette
and ons verandahs, and upstairs 3 bed-
rooms, 1 dressing room and usual offices
Garage and 2 servants’ rooms, The
whole area is 6,790 square feet.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs.
Lisie Bayley. Dial No. 3381.
Sale by public competition Friday,
15th December at 2 p.m
CARRINGTON & SEALY.
Lucas Street.
28.11.50—!0n.





a RS
BY public competition at our office
Jumes Street, on Friday the 22nd day
of December 1950 at 2 p.m, Chattel
dwelling house together with 2 roods
1% perches of land an which the same
stands situate at Welchman Hall main
road, in the parish of St, Thomas, the
property of Edwin A. Holder.
For further particulars and condi-
tio.s of sale apply to:—
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD
Solicitors,



THE undersigned will set up for craigned will set-up for sale



SIDE SEASIDE HOUSE— CALAIS” situate
ie Tovey Christ Church, standing on
approximately 2 roods, 1 perch of land.
The dwellinghouse contains verandah, |
hving room, pantry, kitchen, bedroorn
and bathroom downstairs, four bed-
rooms and toilet upstairs. Electric light
and rynning water throughout. Garage
and servants rooms in yard.

The above property will be set up for
ale ty public competition at our Otfice
Jarres Street, on Friday 29th December
1950 at 2 p.m. Inspection on spokes
to the tenant Mr. F. S. Burrowes,
tween the hours of 9 a.m, and 12 noon

YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.
15.12.50—1°n

EEE

WANTED
HELP

EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER — If
possible with American or Engli*h train.
ing Apply by letter ONLY stating

qualifications and experience—JANETTA
DRESS SHOP, Lower Broad Street.

15¢12,50—Gn





in writ~-
to

JUNIOR OVERSEER—Apply
ing with copies of references

, Lower Estate Factory.
en 9.12.50—6n

MISCELLANEOUS

cern ni
BOXES — All kinds of Card Board
Boxes other than corrugated cerd

Apply Advoc wintg, Dept.
” 10 Ht. a

ae.

in Barbados over
2513









Picture of Barque
careened for repair
| 50 years ago. Phone Carrington
(Office) or 2536 ‘Residence)
12.12.50-

Sr

JAMES", |



}
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE!

The

7 application of SYLVIA BRATH-
WAITE of Kirton’s, St Philip for per
—- to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,

at a board and ‘hingle shop attach-

ed_to residence at Kirton’s, St. Philip.



Dated this 13th day of December, 1950
To—:G. B. GRIFFITH, Esq
Actg. Police Magistrate, Dist
sed. F. KNIGHT,
= for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be consi-

dered at a Licen ing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “C” on Wednesday
the 27th day of December 850 at
o'clock, a.m

G. B. GRIFFITH
Atg. Police Magistrate, Dist. “C*
15.12.50—1n



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of MARIE MASSIAH
of Edgecliff, St. John for permission 3
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c, at a bos ard
and shingle shop with shedroof attached
at Pdgecliff, St. John

Dated this 13th day of December
To—:G, B. GRIFFITH, Esq.

Actg. Police Magistrate, Dist. “Cc"
Signed K, PERCH,

for Applicant
N.B.—This application will be somes
dered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “C” on Wednesday
the 27th day of December 1950 at 1}

o'clock, a.m
G. B. GRIFFITH,
Atg. Police Magistrate, Dist. “Cc”
15.12.50

1950

In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | ==

The application of LLOYD ALLEYNE
of Wellhouse, St, Philip for permission



to cell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a
bonrd and shingle shop attached to
residence at Wellhouse, St. Philip

Dated this 13th day of December,
To—:G. B, GRiFFITH, Esq.
Actg, Police Magistrate, Dist.
Sed. me BECKLES,
ior A)
N.B.—This application will gine
dered at a Licensing Court to be heid at
Police Court, District “C" on Wednesday

1950.





the 27th day of December 1950 at 11
o'clock, a.m.
G. B. GRIFFIT
Atg. Police Magistrate, Dist. :
e 15.12.50—1n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE.

The application of OSWALD HOLMES
of Thornbury Hill, Ch, Ch. for permis-
sion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.,

at a wall and galvanized shop attached
to a wooden building at Thornbury Hill,
Ch. Ch. within Dijtrict “B”
Dated this 13th day of December 1950
To;—C. L. H. D. WALWYN, Esq
Police Magistrate, Dist.
Sed. LYALL.

ee
C. BEST,

For Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be consi-

dered at, a Licensing Court to be held
ue Police Court, District “B”
nesday the 27th day
at 1h o'clock, a.m.
Cc. &
Police

on Wed-

of December 1950
H. D. WALWYN,
Magistrate, Dist. *

iu





lo



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application ot
ORRISON of Charnocks,
permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors.
&c., at a board and galvanized shop at.
tached to residence at Charnocks, Ch
Ch. Within District “B”"
Dated this 13th day of December 195).
Tc:—C. L. H. D. WALWYN, Esgq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. B".
E. O. MORRISON,
Applicant.
B.—This application will be con-
waned at a Licensing Court to. be held
at Police Court, District B", on
Wedne day the 27th day of Basenition
1950, at 11 o'clock, a.m
L. B,D. NALWYN

EDMUND 0.
Ch. Ch, for



Police Magistrate, Dist. en
TELE ts
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

TRANSFER
The application of Eudalrick Brathwaite
of Silver Sands, Christ Church, purchas-
er of liquor license No, 950 of 1950
granted to Cephas Clarke in respect of
a board and shingled shop attached to
a residence at corner of Below Rock gnd

Silver Sands, Christ Church, within
District “B" for permission to use the
seid license at such last described
premises,

Dated this 13th day of December,
To:—C. L. H. D. WALWYN, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “B'.
LYALL C. BEST,
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court ta. be held on
Wednesday 27th day of December 1950
at 11 o’clock a.m. at Police Courts Dist.

oR",
c. L. H. D. WALWYN,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “B"

15.12.50

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of
Arch Hall,
sels

In







Leonard Forde of
St. Thomas for permisiion to
Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.,
boarded and shingled shop with she
attached situated at Redmans

St. Thomas



ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “D" on Wednesday
the 27th day of December, 1950 at 11
o'clock, a.m,

J. R. EDWARDS,
Dist. “D"
15.12.50.

Police Magistrate,
In



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Adina Forde of
Grand View, St. Thomas, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a
boarded and galvanized shop with shed-
roof attached situated at Rock Hall.

Dated this 13th day of December,
To:-J. R. EDWARDS,

Police Magistrate, Dist. *
V. H. SPENCER,
for Applicant

N.B.—This application will be consid.
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “D"
the 27th day
o'clock, a.m,

1950.

on Wednesday
of December, 1950 at !1
J. R. EDWARDS.
Dist, “D".
15.12.50-



Police Magistrate,
In



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Leonard Forde of
Arch Hall, St, Thomas for permission to
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a board-
ed and shingled shop situated at Arch
Hall, St. Thomas.

Dated this 13th day of December,
To;—J. R. EDWARDS, Exsq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “D"
V. H. SPENCER,
for Applicant

N.B.—This application will! be consid.
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
Police Court, District “D" on Wednesday
the 27th day of December, 1950 at 11

o'clock, a.m,
J. R. EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “D"
15,12.50—1n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
REMOVAL

The application of Selwyn Alleyne of
Porey Spring, St. Thomas, the holder
of Liquor License No. 644 of 1950
granted in respect of a board and
galvanized shop at Cave Hill, St.
Michael, to remove said License to a
boarded and galvanized shop with
shedroof attached, situated at Porey
Spring, St. Thomas, and to use it at
such last described premises
Dated this 13th day of

1950
Sed. SELWYN ALLEYNE,
Applicant
To:—J. R. EDWARDS, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘D”
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
on the 27th of December, 1950, at 11
o'clock, a.m. ,at Police Court, District

“p”
J. R. EDWARDS,

Police Magistrate, Dist
. 15.12.50

1950.



December,

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The public are hereby notified, that I
am no longer responsible for my wife,
DAISY LEONORA CRAWFORD, or any
debt or debts contracted by her, having
failed to be under my care and protection
from the 18th day of February, 1947
JAMES H. CRAWFORD,
CSM
Curacao,
N.W.l

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t ans Village
Dated this 18th day of December, 1950.
To:—J. R. EDWARDS, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “D"’.
V. H. SPENCER,
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be consid. CAMPANAS

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

22-YEAR-OLD DIES
SUDDENLY

Twenty-two-year-old Eulalee!
Phillips of Clifton Hill, St.
Joseph, who was admitted to the |
General Hospital on December |
13 about 10 p.m. died suddenly |
yesterday morning about 12.50
o'clock |

A post mortem examination was |
performed at the General He |
pital Mortuary by Dr. A. §S
Cato about 1.35 a.m. the same |
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Every day we open new
Toys, and we are certainly
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on the premises
Street.

85. Roebuck

Here is a selection of some
of the vehicles for sale to
suit all persons. purses and
purposes: — ‘ ;

1946 Fargo pick-up

1947 Ford V8 Station wagon

1947 Morris ‘10’

1945 Ford ‘Prefect’ saloon

1939 Vauxhall ‘25’ saloon

1938 Chrysler ‘Royal’ sedan

1935 Ford V8 sedan (2)

1936 Hillman Minx

1939 Morris ‘12’

1937 Morris ‘10°
+ ton pick-up.

saloon
saloon

Motor vehicle owners
wishing to take this oppor-
tunity to sell their cars are
asked to present them at the
above address before 10 a.m.
on the day of the sale or
phone 2741 for driver. All
vehicles must be in running
order, unless otherwise ar-
ranged previous to the auc-
tion ’

Vehicles will be sold to
the highest bidder unless a
reserve price has been ar-
ranged.

Selling time 1—4 p.m

Sales strictly Cash, ~
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kitchen storeroom, laundry, ser-
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garden,



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PAGE EIGHT



U.K. Football Says
‘Lucky Arsenal’

LONDON, Dec. 14.

THE SPORT catch phrase as recurrent in Britain

re-echved to-day in British soecer circles.

“Lucky Arsenal”.

It arose this week when a |
wooden ball was ceremonici
shaken out of a bag and 1;
claimed that Highbury’s fabui
Arsenal Gunners had been dra
at home in the third round of
Football Association Cup com
tition to decide national
supremacy.

It m ed the eighth conse u-
tive round the Arsenal! boys vill
have played in London. The Gun-
ners won the cup in seven Lon
don appearances last year, their
longest jaunt being a nine-mile
trip to Wembley Stadium for the
final.

To cap its luck, Arsenal d:
as opponents lowly Carlisie
United, one of the minnows cf
the competition.

First and Second Division clits
do not enter the cup scram ie
until the third round.

The sort of luck that has gi
the Gunners the advantage of
home ground so often in ar vy,
and the sort of efficiency at ho
and away that has kept them
the front of the League Chan >
jonship race most of the seas %,
have combined to make thom
seven to one favourites to repeat
last year’s Wembley triumph

Last year’s beaten finalist
Liverpool, face a harder th rd
round task. They will travel to
Norwich still undefeated at hoi e
and currently boasting an 18 g:
unbeaten string. Bookies 1
their chances 20 to 1,

3 Second Favourites

The three teams now jc
second favourites at ten to « «
are, Newcastle United, Manch
ter United and Wolverhamp
Wanderers, all notable cup fis
ers of previous years.

o-
u
vn
-he
e~
soc -er

ne
te

For the first time in hist
no non-League clubs ha
reached the third round to be
played on January 6 and the Id
fascination of watching the gi ni
killers at work will be absent, ' 1e
fcur rankest outsiders of the 54
left in the fray are Carlisle, Po t-
vale, Oldham and York, all quot *d

at 5,000 to 1,

Among the more medium priced
entrants, fans like Middlesbrou h,
second to Arsenal in the Leay ie,
and quoted at 12 to 1, and Bla: k-
pool, 1948 runners-up, brackc.ed
with Liverpool at 20 to 1.

Other fancied contenders «re
Tottenham Hotspur, 14 to 1, Bol-
ton Wanderers 15 to 1, Stoke City
and Portsmouth, both 16 to 1, and
Chelsea 22 to 1.

F.A, Cup creates more sustaimed
interest annually than any other
British sports event.

Cup Fever

Millions of fans travel hundreds

of miles by excursion train and

overloaded bus to whoop their
Tayourites on.
From now until April when

100,000 fans fight their hysterical
‘way into Wembley Stadium sport-
ing giant rosettes, swinging rau-
cous rattles and blowing night-
mare instruments that would
make New Year’s eve in a mad-
house sound like a deaf mute tea
party, the Cup fever rises.—C P.

LIGHTWEIGHT: CHAMP
LEAVES FOR B.G.

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. : 12.
Boswell St. Louis, 19-year-old
lightweight boxing champion of
the West Indies leaves by plane
toenight for British Guiana where
he is carded to meet Al Browne
on Boxing Day.



The cry is

dennis Kesults

Poiowmg
yesterday's
at tne

are
Lawn
xacht Club
MEN'S DOUBLES
Dr, vbr, C. G. Manning
E. ¥. Yaylor beat J, D
NMaghaM ana L. ©, oisuet
t—v, 6—i
Mr. D
Atkinson
A. M
11—9.
MIXED DOUBLES
Mr. and Mrs. D. &
beat Miss L. Srancn and
Lawless 6—0, 6—0
1U0-DAYS GAMES
Men's Doubles, Semi Finals
P. McG. Pauverson and G
Manning vs. J. H. C
and A, O'N. Skinner,
Db. E. Worme and D.
vs. Dr Cc. G.
BK. P. Taylor.

inc
Lennis

resui oi

games

and
irim-

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beat F.
Wilson t—4,

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barnes and

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More Parking Spots

There is now available ip the
city of Bridgetown more parking

lots for motor cars and_ this
relieves motorists of a big head-
ache as in the past they had to
travel up and down the city
for some time before they found
a parking spot

In Beckwith Place there i
accommodation, for about five
more cars This spot was for-
merly occupied by the Central
buses which have been removed

to Probyn Street.
In the old bus stand in Tra-
falgar Square, there is accommo-

dation Sor another 12 cars, while
in Rickett Street above the
Fountai, Gardens, provision
made for another 9

Now that cars are properly
parked in the Jubilee Gardens
above the Parochial Buildings,
the space can hold many more
than hitherto and it is only on

very busy days that the car park
gets completely filled up.

Some motorists, especially
visitors to the island do not
know that there is a parking lot
in Church Village aback of the
St. Michael’s Cathedral and this
can hold quite a number of cars.
More use of this space would
help to relieve the congestion.

Xmas Parties At

Queen’s College

At
schools
the Christmas

secondary
closed for
vacation. These
are Lodge, Harrison College,
Queen's College, the Alexandra,
the Parry, the Girls’ Foundation,

eight
already

least
have



the Coleridge and St. Michael's

Girls’. F
Combermere will be closing

to-day and it is expected that

Boys’ Foundation wil] close next
week.

During yesterday, children from
Harrison College, Queen’s College
and St. Michael's Girls’ were
seen strolling through the city
apparently pleased to be free
for a short time from the old
school bench.

At Queen’s College while some
of the children had left for their

homes, some of the forms re-
mained and gave Christmas
parties for each other and the
staff.



Atom Bomb Only Hope

From page 1.
ter has done nothing but good, The
uestion we all have to consider
this afternoon is how much good,”

He thought ‘the meetings be-
tween the President and the Prime
Minister should have begun at an
earlier date,

“Nine months ago I pointed out
that no defence of Europe would
be complete withqut the armed
strength of Germany. Opinion is
moving in that direction.

Several years have already been
wasted and frittered away while
overwhelming Russian military
power is built up.

On negotiations to end the fight-
ing in Korea, Churchill said: “I
should be failing in frankness to
the House if I did not make
clear at this stage that we must
not place any undue hopes upon
the success of any negotiations
which might be undertaken.”

“Appeasement from strength is
magnanimous and noble, and
might be the surest and indeed
the oe path to world peace,”
Churchill went on.

“Unhappily except as regards
the atomic bomb we are in a very
weak position and likely to re-
main so for several years,

“T have repeatedly said it is
only the vast superiority of the

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United States in this awful
weapon that gives us any chance
of survival.”

“The argument is now put for-
ward that we must never use the
atomic bomb until and unless it
has been used against us.

“In other words you must never
fire until you have been’ fired
upon.”

Silly Argument
“That seems to me an undoubt-
edly silly thing to say,” Churchill
declared, saying that such a re-
solve “could bring war nearer.”
Churchill regretted that Britain
has not herself been able to make

the atomic bomb. He declared
that in the matter of the atom
bomb, President Truman’s assur-
ance as contained in the Joint

Communique, offered no guaran-
tee even of consultation.

“I am sure that the Government
would be wise to make a fuller
statement on this subject than we
have yet heard.”

“After all, this matter has be-
come very real and of vital con-
sequence to us, since decisions to
afford to the United States a
bomber base in East Anglia make
it all the more necessary that the
positien we stand in should be
clearly defined.” —Reuter.

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HOUSE PASSES The Canadian Bank | === . ous mae "
RESOLUTION Of Commerce DECOR ATION HOUSE Make your own

FOR-HOUSING

From page 5
proposed to do he did not know
but he personaliy would plant
trees to shade the children from
the sun. Buildings in the tropics
although well ventilated, shoulc
be protected from the weather

No Cracks

Some honourable member had
mentioned about the building and
he would say that the concrete
work was put ziown without a
semblance of a crack. His com-
plaint about the building was the
lack of shade and protection from

the weather. Why they did not
see fit to erect a two storey
building he did not know.

He was sorry that this should
have taken place so early in the
building programme when there

was so much to be done not only
with new buildings to be erected,
but with present elementary
buildings which needed demolish
ing

He hoped that at an early op-
portunity improvements would
be made at the present elemen-
tary schools as some of them had

small windows and were not fit to

small children.

SPEECH DAY

@ From page 3
in homecraft, then they could ex-
pect their children to develop as
they could wish.

Many of the girls came from
humble homes, the Governor said,
but they should never be ashamed
of them. The humbler their
homes, very probably the greater
the sacrifice their parents had
made to give them their educa-
tion, clothing and pleasures.
greatest return they could give to
their parents was to show
gratitude by consideration
them and others,

“Be proud of your
achievements,” he said
your heads high and be determin-

house



parents’

ed to serve them unselfishly while

you share their home.”



Pastor Returns
From China

Pastor N. F. Brewer, one of

the General Field Secretaries

qi
the General Conference of tha
Seventh-day Adventists with

headquarters at Washington, D.C.,
spoke at the King Street Seventh-
day Adventist Church this week



Pastor Brewer has recently re-
turned from China where he
spent more than thirty years in
reissionary v/ork,

Speaking of the work his’ de-
nc mination is. carrying 1 in
China, Pastor Brey reports that
thirteen hospitals, many schools
including one college, and one

large publishing house are being
They havo

operated in China,
u foree of over 1,200 workers em-
ployed to carry on their evangel-

istical, educational, and medical

work, There are today 24,00(
baptized church members in
China,

When asked his opinion if the

church work in China would still
be carried on under the present
government in China he replied,
1 have no fears for the progress
of Christian Missions in China,



What’s on Today

inquiry
four

into drowning of
year old girl—Dis-
trict “C”, 10 a.m.

Courts of Ordinary
Appeal, 10 a.m.

Advocate’s Photo Exhibition
at Barbados Museum, 10
am.—6 p.m,

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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1*50 House Congratulate Leader on Appointment To (xtribbean Commission BARBADOS \DVOTATE r\( ••• vr House Passes $149,010 Resolution For School Building,, Housing H. blame *wn in the Id %  %  %  %  %  THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY vc^Uidav place.1 ( record their congratulations to Mr. G RAtf* THE ACTIVITIES of Mr Ralph Crowe, rect-m Is-' ?L SI.52 llSe, 0n PPOintnnt as a Commissioner of i nment Architect ami Ptanmi.., Officer, wen tfraiuFi M '* W ' the British section of the Caribbean Commission, ana also Crittdaad in the Houaa of flsaainlilii nil trial writ i m i "" t itm L*,J x "l t/Vi^'ToX^^^ JS? the "^ bu.ESW.mn* and hous.ng\,t • •, ILSSH Brtu-h CommlWon which was 1 T in *,. ** MotUsy also upraised Beheld In Curacao, and al which Thank* W ( ^ K o>' tese programmes was Architect and Town Plannir g "faction that the Public Works the Barbados delegates were Mr Mr. Adams thanked all *.io had rled b v Mr Crowe, and memOfficer to do aa he like.] department wu seeing after the I. Walcoit and Mr E L offered their congratulation* He **,„,""?,": ,h c R *P n of hi Th *k on ihe schools was school building programme Resaid that it was une „r the great m ^, "n ?! p Com i! ta I wd ""^ *"• • rert ,n < I" 1 .* 1O ^ "•P 0 H"" hf Ihc first consolations in public life that SS 2 Jri M Xl !" ,kd l ,h h 1 t0 ^ nn '*hsd. He was glad -aned it %  ..!. %  -... ..-hed" and however strenuously Ihev might \V?LL£^ mismanagement of to see that the Public Works De*" d "•' ""' %  I—King Uka 1 '"if", parlment was nocarrying on '" ".irbadoa had been .,.,,me Kepurt itself wu. not hem* the work The work should bav* farnsd m that Iteport aa Mr been started b> ihem. He had •"• . he would be sure of *" > ,h drew debate every confidence now that the having bis head shaved, h would F Ward Mr F L Wall to offer congratulations to Ml 5 d *w7th n I "r?e.!S l 2L h 1<,0n '* '" PbHe affairs there ^tmcaVn SftjBB 2 — -cas-oi. whence teltm., kg gei it A* %  U : • S3.T3J 14 Hi Ml unl was to high and the Adminis'* to blame for not realising th< toney earlier. A Prrdn .iTii.-in 52A*5aJs5E5!^ 2SSJ S3 TS^2,^ Mr H (, Maajp i Rouse "< %  %  unent the public Govern men !: .1 Mllllir eomes up for dismante the und.spu.ed leaders Tn tnTsT/maT"^^ mwwr OI !** 0* i |aa u i Ul lva Aiiemblie*. had ii '-ir ,., A ... iu -," n each baan appointed a Cm,,.,,K, ,. m ,!i. mtM „. rU ; J h ,h Tf \ p fcboob non. junior member for St. James Re*olutinn Al thai state of Weat Jndlan Ser"' '"' '" : 2TO ^-^ In the formation of an, Welt J" "im well and BOBiratuiatto| Indian federation thai these two on bls appwntmeiit, as the explains that in the Capital F*. cuss the Resolution leaden should be elected a-* mem" s n,OT member for St IVtei timates for 1950—51 under Items "efemng to the Report bers of the British section of the WBS a niw "hei of the Party 1 and 2 of Head I. token pn irk would be properly tlnisheu Mr. E. D. Mettle? ( %  ) said I mciitidnrd in the agreed that the schools should i St. l-eonard't built, and he agreed that th< %  _nd Colendge and should not go into the Report i in wishChalky Mount School* Crowejn detail. It would be in The addendum to the Rex Union possible, however, to really dt be a difficult task foi tin anosl l "mmissl i the Report whi ,.i .urn% %  % %  iiKI have Caribbean Commission. They had '? wn,th be belonged It is ail was made for the St Leonard'. !. ted at the recent confer'"'' ""*•' a**UQ'W| when occaGirls School and the Piirr> and er.ee of the Commission and It %  lon like this can arise that we Coleridge School The reason Criticism w,.s only left to the Secretary of can px P r our Ml Uftt SUM to formally approve the ou oonsideratlona of anv Party i-ction. reelings He would hke to tell the hon. ( %  real t onlrihtition senior member for the City that Wuli all the Otbar honours thai ""*" %  "> u,-v, % %  m his mind any bad been added to the hon. question of the Opposition not desemor member f^i St. Joseph, to siring to congratulate him 00 lus U tnadl I member of the C-nbappointment All he knew about bean Commission at this lime, he i wa-i what he had -eeii In the was being given the opportunity Adccoic and what the hon to make one or the greatest consenior member for St Peter had tribiitioid to the real structure told him. Like the hon member • future oi the Caribbean for the Citv he h.,1 rea-i of the BtXMtatnwni „ ( Mr Bustamanta Moilley unmin.n lie brUUant lawyer to ooOT W ca lurj <>f the absence of aaem rea vcheic the Architect was con. gnu i Mr. Adams. raplFtaf briafQ n foir.'t ip aa iMcHnani hi hsal made about Mr Orawa al I HotH ing Board meeting which Mr. Motn.v had mentioned lie told dlffleultlo with the House that Ihe speech hr l.a : made w'n : rawi who was about to n %  .ildiii' mot, •rOUld U POUO) am ft •gramme of evenU sBOuU t" %  which I fo. token provision 'riViv ll ?\'?* h al ^u*"" coiuideratton lemc the tdand and it was cut was that the provision previously "' ,nc ,i ,ma J n """ U % occ ' lo """ > l "l**" jk "1 complimentary made for these schools hid been Ml A,ilu * had nut to an officer who was leavv exhausted but the buildings were ?JP ff n! M T I'." tu 1 Kl fP ngl > f" 1 't *^ 1 it-complete it was also stated ','*~, Mr t-rowe. He had Do Me had not meant to be hypo. that as soon as a revised estimate l .}"* X !" re,uil ^ Ulal cr1 "-. l r ""-' i however, and it was t.u. based on a modified specification "!""'* %  2*1 h .' ld 1 cc ,uncd "' "'"' "' ?" '"" ,MVr nn > !<•'.' %  lard (I d been prepared, additional W ^^5E^J B .J^.* ^ !ft! !.. Mr Crowe's activitlei. v%  few JN i that was If" Mr AdasST ^TZS* s....ih,'<. >:.^\i7' r-T'^'T^ZZ. '•" ''"i "<" hamx-n when they I PURINA CHOWS AKRIVI'.U AT JASON JONES & CO LTD.-Distributors provision would'be sought for the Only one thing would have prethen Had he known ih.-n what completion of the Schools vented him from saying what he he knew at present, nothing WOU It is now proposed that the ** %  *•>* Mr. Mottle? said, and have made hnn say that h.u | . Public Workv Department should th *' wa lf Mr Adams — one. of sure that when Ml CfOWO looke IU2 > I Mr. Crowe knew that essaril. Evei j •nt. of He wanted to assure hon. members and more especially the hon Of the amount required for _„ himor member lor St Jam... that "-e Parry and Coleridge School. It ?* nd n by My ,en there were limes when one felt SI2.102 represents a rcvote of ?"'* estimate was to be expectel. Archltecl experience and ability to the main **> %  m running the Government of oravlslon made in the —50 lun> reckless over-experidi, reitional organisation in the area Barbados the public affairs of Bar. Estimates which was unspent it u ,„,„„„ ,. n .** 'I again take pleasure in offerbados came first He wished to as'he end .of Ihe financial peer ..i „ ,!.? ^ '' ing my sinetrest congratulations jure hon members that if he found a . „ . The first w^sihut tL.'' HT U I ..nd those of the House to the his attendance at a meeting of the Bcfctea Cmnpleted lensm nf wSh,JSf K lias bcin"t r wS uptn' 'b W T o^nTTJn" 5 2" S ^ Th ^*> "-nt Schoo! had 'pP-ed by *?%£" ,ve 5S5t l^.. y L.* Pl M S^ ld n b ZVZ, othrr P'""" *]"•"' i: mmhi bean COmpfied at Ihe and Of the have been 280 feet. That had 1 w,luJ^ frrnv.MvTVnT„ .Z 72% I* 1 ? 1 !" ' '" '" '" M l "'" 111 1 ^' "" thc.to,,, !••! changed to 337 fe.t. .ppa. Ill now Icrmally move duties as leader of the House, he 110 provision was made ... tmanU> without the knowledgT of *oulfl remain here and get a subrespect in the l50—5! F.-tlmateIhe Execullve. for he believe: .mu e to go in his place At this An acounl for $145.3'. has howthat if the Executive had knowt. stage or.our history even though ever been recently received f>. "' ""' '•M *tj wuld hav. might appear insular, the material supplied for the buUdlni mfo.men n.c house. of Barbados come before of this school. An amount of $li As a result of the change, thi any other plan" u available lor revolt from the contractors lee had increased b\ Mr R G Mapp snkl that he provision made In the 1945u $1,000. h.K T. *'>uld like to mention somthing Estimates and an additional Building Blocks pv thBt had been omitted and that -mount of $131 will now be rethat we place on record koni of coniratulatloa to the hon. member and Ipproi laUpH oi hli api olntv ml Mr J II Wilkinson said that clabnj he would like to add his conthat of gratulatlons to the hon member The only thing that him. however, was wt-ie askniK the lion member to do too much. He knew sonicng of the duties which he Loss liicin red O T Allder I. er niivht sppear in Ihc oveiRepoti sttaetii f buildings in Baraedoi by tie :i Town Puuinlni hatevar migbl havt been said otherwise, it did not >hangc the f.ui tti.it much his.eeonomie.dl.v Wfd In Ul red The ArehiuKt'i activitiis when housmx and school bulldini "<-. % % % %  %  omethl than mismanagement Mr though %  there ws ..' depart n.cm. lo have sbsoluti the runnlni of then departmenl withOW b Itlnj rnaliitamed bj the kxacuUvs for woe I doing i go the public knew but I u on, but no not MM MiMimii at .pprad.. milrad lo M this eommiimnt buiwTn MC biociu P ""Mt CM cSU. '• ,k "" '" '"" r p "' tlon lo their delea!os who ha• %  mount of 1280.000 C ror.Un U ll„. [icport tod had'to undortake and h. only "!,''""'"> "!'""•"-en otfered Mr L> Mot tic v --aid that T ,dl "" "^f^em*" might be EtotLSS vSS m plcm, '. n ^ Hp ?*-d that he would associati himself With thi last two speakers He would like to make one pom. <-'c..> bowevag Hon ui*niber. W-JUU appreciate that the Opposdlo 1 the actual wonk^pne there ajxl fn 'he bull lina^f 27 new houses ..ommisslon. but instead oi putthe funds whk-h must he found in '' h, \ P T Th '' whulp ' ,h chasing them at that pries and order that the schemes might be llw -" on hn < ,>ee expended and ie| the Government benefit by the in order to complete these houses commission he had bought thrn and to pay outstanding iccounti. at IS cents 5* '-SRH ,u PP' w<1 1 pu • tuT Mr Crowe wanted lo purchn-e thnr $22,282 will new be required a | or ry but was not allowed to do The total expenditure under ^ by ihe Executive He rent--d these supplementary estimates „,„. for 3S wce |„ „, jflijoo a wck will be Ananced from advance* which amounted to $2,240 He pending the raising of loans, had put in gas end oil and that Mr. Adams moved the pawing had cost $1.4(12.14, the t-tal of the Resolution and asked memamount for the lorry b. ug hers not to discuss the Report of $3,732.14. So after spending that the Commissioner on the Depart. SU m the Government still top It Mu-'. wep ., olutioi or several thousand dollars t the ln)ur> which had ased. conference and the work -. the conference were of vital im portance to the West Indies and appreciate that the Opposition therefore the appreciation of the knew nothing of the appointment "u* ' their delegates' efforts. officially. They had seen -mr nay ,houl l * ,, %  record. He Ihsl Mr Bustamante had bejn """"ht the House would ;..in with elected and it did appear lo them him In expressing these sentiments strange that the hon .m inber had not been elected then log Now they were told that I: been elected. He wanted to say lh.it had th? m. u,.,.,, K „ _ Opposition the omcial informr.er Mr A E^^^^PU'y S]>eak tion. the opportunity would not pres |Hed over' u„. have been given the hon senior Assemhlv ,-i,. r ,i. .. ^, member for St. Peter to make his bS^ol the Mm,;*' nd • n m ". re or tne House, exchanged motion Like the hon. junior member : I sJames he realised how strenuous must be the task of the hon. senior member for St. Joseph. He sometimes wondered how much sleep did he get. He Ished him good luck In his aph •' ,, XMAS GREETINGS \Sf DX of lhe Arcm,wt Hn,t town own the SrV7 itese 'things ^ Planning, in which was a report wicked, unkind and cruel lo the on the present matter. taxpayers of Barbados, Mr MollHe was not asking them to foreley said, and then criticised the ". go what he thought was their i,„dding of lhe Parry gwi Oofc duty as members of the House, M1 ige Schools. Hi called the but he was asking them to tix a question of Housing one of pantime when they would discuss the mount importance report as such Tt was absolutely He did not agree with the gj recessary. lie pointed out. for the |,. m „[ „ n architect giving llguns %  Resolution to be passed which bore no relation lo lhe economy of the island The* were concerned with whethsr build %  ihvi Schea thai anyone with s ai i kwal %  %  ijrrced to the %  ehool 11 %  I ho wind'' %  DM tttaj bad lo tint lhe a inloen on lhe west side it was % %  hopah m %  adews. What the CokonlaJ ssiajnaar gk On pair X LAV "SILVER STAR" C0NG0LEUM AS A FLOOR COVERING FOR LASTING BEAUTY Arrived in time. Cashmere Cardigans and Pullovers Those lowly sod m sivelv |i> our 1'iincy %  Hen Swealers Milil exclu I). |i || tinenl. In BeetriMil llusly Hose ami 1'ale Blue. TASTY CBVrOM s* AK\ I I h.u -.mi ill $1.50 Comments Put Off Mr. J. H. Wilkinson said they should endeavour lo get Christmas greetings at the end of yesterday's meeting First to speak was Mr G. H. Adams who wished the Depute Speaker and the Speaker Ihe compliments of the season and I bright and peaceful New Year. He hoped that thev would all — pointment and would like to ^y come back to their labours fullv through the Resolution that day that there could hardly be found refreshed and anxious to do some ond hc w o" ld suBBt that they a more suitable person with the useful work. confine themselves to the Resoluablllty and experience to be Mr j \\ Wilkinson associtlon nn defer their comments on ele.i.d to this nigh and distlnatcd himself with Mr Adams' the Report on Crowe until that guished office, than the hon. remarks and extended wishes for Report came up for discussion. member. He hoped that during a Happy Christmas and a Proswhere the Resolution was conhis tenure of office he would conperous New Year cerned. they were being asked to tlnuc to hold the scales even or. The Deputy Speaker thanked spend quite a large sum of money both sides of the community of the honourable members for the West Indies, bearing always the greetings and assured them in mind that he was a Barbadian that the Speaker would heartily fust, a West Indian next and reciprocate them. anything afterwards. The House then adjourned to Mr A E 8 Lewis who was in Tuesday. January S, at 3 p m baa ANDREWS' CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET -;tiSHS>4)MMJviMaMHMK^ •^EVERYBODY'S I s. & He thought everyone agreed that where Housing and the schools mentioned in the Resolution were concerned, there had been gross mismanagement in the past, and he thought that the Government was to be blamed for allowing the V I •? I T V, .' 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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE NEVER seen any thing liku FRIDAY. DECEMBER '* * IV* -Don Fernando" —by W sn.i.rvd Maughan Keep YOL'R l H ... htvniKalUvie-i. •ah lri S-M-O-O-T-H no-waMc pu.h cltBiwer.You'llftndCMI Mk'O to efficient %  o cooonucal—and *o Kind 10 the handa EVELYN ROACH CO I,T" '..i.tBrldfftowii. Barbados "The Cottage On the Fells" —by II. DeVere Siacpttole These are just two of a new books we have reeentlv row ADVOCATE STATIOAKRY USE MARMITE The Vitamin B Yeast Food Mad In Intland To make a Savoury Dish lly tasty/• MARMITE The Vitamin B Yeast Food Mid. In Enflind •Palmolive Beauty Plan proved by Doctors y brings lovelier skin to 2 women out of 3—in 14 days! t / / ^l After tests on 1,384 women for 14 days, 39 doctors (including leading skin •pedaUsts) report that the Palmolive Beauty Plan brought a definite, J n o ticeable improvement in the complexions of 2 women out of 3. J Definit e noticeable improvements were:— blemishes . Fni^ in' othcr • • aa**** •' feftt* a4&&^ YOUR SKIN, too, can be improved hi 14 days! All you have to do is what these women did: lollov. the Palmolive Beauty Ran. Start today. IVi *o simple: / M'ath your Jou hate to *U n^lnm up—and .-hurt aharptwingea %  tab yoo at every suddm u. liacfcn Inmay hm arvrral cause! that U,,)hun pain! Tbat'l hv Dr. Chaae'a K.-in.-y & Uvar rUb bi Ean such quick, ttef to many who Buffer with For t'ii tune-proven remedy tn-an two condition* at once— eon taint spedal r. T 1, .1 mt-redi--ita I, hradadty— with l nta and aching back—look %  v*ami liver! Then look latyOjvw Pilla— %  by Caaarhs %  baa .'-"."u 1 -uiance. ? "Sofry I can'l see you!" k /Don't let this _./. happen to you Oon'r htt sorry — a* sore uting Amolin. • DON'T NEGLECT LITTLE BURNS TNI THINO TO USI IS UNGUENTINE *> -.*.! I~".-B mm UNCUINIINE afl wii • aiuivt • • KOHT INflCtlON kCT • riOMOii •""•"" ^" YOU on DEPENDABLE STARTING POWER! Remember: One starting failure I can be far more cosily than ihe lurkextra you pay for an EXIDr Battery. Play safe—buy an EXIDi. Battery! When it's an EXIDE... Ivor Stan* DEPENDABLE BATTERIES FOR 61 YEARS! CITY OARACE TRADIMi Co. LTO Tins Cbriatmat Puddlnft II I ins Sweet torn M Ttn Lamb Tongue* 1 in. Marmalade Tina Apricot Jam M Plum Jam . 48c %  Pine Apple Jam H*ta Maraaehlno Cocktail < herrlen . KaUMaa. per lb ... Curranta. per lb I'riuiet, per lb Mixed Spire, per phr. FACE & Co., Ltd. 8 sad 9 Roebuck Street Dial 2236



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FRIDAY. nrrr.MBF.it is. mo BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADS. TtU Wrdding Annivrrsary TELEPHONE 290% MIC AlllHn l.lii..!.their -XK Wed jetted %  I rDwfmtai ISM . : %  "* %  <>l Band U not at home H -hr.' J..* ilU Mr Hr u> Sea <*he M ne rum a ion. in* -i-i plemljr ol hai i on V\IK AUTOMOTIVE TKL'CK I i One Chevrolet Truck Oood run In perfect working order C Heibert. M Tudoi St Cily Dial e*M ELCTMCAL 10-Valte sstsSaS II. g. ma QIW*IM ('....v.itible to Nat lira. HOD Phone 4*M IS II MJ" ONE GENUAL Electric Slav* sXaeel. kr.T Coitdltlott (Km and ] Burner* *.rhciini Grill Cm-d Elrmcni* Heavy v.Urou* molt lett Cm Enamel Tor lur Iher pert leu la r* dial OH. is 1210 n. HHMTlRh n-BMTlTO-Urn tarlety of Cocktail Uole* in Mahogany. Cedar and Birch, also Mahogany Dlrm.g Tables T' ITtkJfBBl and Din—f Chair.. Coed choice of Sideboard*. Larder* and Bedsteads. At Ralph Beard'* Show Itoomi. H.irU-ocd Alley. lOppOelte Cathedra' I Open daily %  a.m. to p.m "hull. 4fJH. II .ll.-n LIVESTOCK Applt M-11S UUtS — Suitable foi E-taie Work Makcneld Plantation Telephone POULTRY 4*7'.' 1-S — leghorn and Bud Rack Al*u n>wl houte iind oth-r Run*. rubia price K K. Andrew*. DU1 II 11 30-fa. MISL'IXLANKOUS HOUSES .\TTIIACTIV* PVBMOIHBD F1-AT-F..in| Sea at Hastings -ultabtr lor I !-**• or couple. Oood Verandah Safe bathing Telephone a**S • 11SO t I %  to JAMES K LYNCH *• Co i.ui ITKl.lt MITIIIS niw %  Ifcr Land Acquisition Act. 1MI ti the Governer-in.B,, tee thai the land* described . the schedule hereto and situate at Eagle Hall m the pariah of Saint HHIu.l In the Inland of Barbado* are Ukel> to be !• %  > of Ike Governor-in-Executive Comn Htee are public purpose*, namely for a dMrlel market THE %  sCHEDUIX AIX THAT ceitaln parcel el land %  pan of the tenantry laftde of a pltce rolled bOSVlGOi containing by num. tlon U.fTS oquare feet Bounding on other land* of the aame tenantry on a private roadway fifteen feet old* en Eafl* Hall Road and Bank Hall Crota Road •aid to be In the ownership of Honourable Mr* Muriel Hanarhell Dated Mil* tth day of December ISO" at the PiiblkBuildings In the Cltt *d Bridgetown In the Mend ol Barbado. By Command, R. N. TVRNER. Colonial SecreUry mijj n NOTICE IMMIIIM %  ATHIA III KION ii"Uft NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all per on* havingany debt or claim .1-. In*l or affecting the Estate or Emn.eline Bathla Burton deceased, late of iipariah of Saint Michael In this, blend and formarly of the United male, of Am.rle* who died In thl* Island on the Nth day of June. 1141. 're hereby required to send In pai1K, iIan of their claims, duly atteated. to the undersigned Timothy TheopMlu. Hendlay. the Public Trustee of the I*Und of Barbado*. Public Building. Bridgetown on or before the Zhrd do. ol January 1*51. alter tanker, date I *hall m| the partia entitled rliVIM'ATf'i Ptt'TORI .( W I i960 Record Tour I 'o-cword bj' HI* Hone rollvmore At lead.nl h m,OVSS. SHOUTS. SKIRTS — FW work or play S3 H to (4 U Modern Dee** Shoppe' 11 g M %  > HRrAKTAST A DINNEP SETS New alocka of attractive Emihenikare %  raffg HAMGAINH in Break. I .. !>,,<> .i Sri t. I I I %  ..: : I ... In. ... f.1661 Additional Mitret *.,.il,.l.l.H...I •17.' 0 W Hut%  li II lo-t.fr.. %  AkBtUOh ANN! AL RE Via* The popular magailne :or friends overat Advocate •r w>..ln.-. Drug thereto luivlng .lalma of which I shall then have bad i**re and I -III not be liable for the %  aarU or any part thereof to distributed io mat person or peruin* of whose debt *r euim 1 shall not then hove had notice. And all peraasa* indebted to the aald eelale are requeated to art lie their lndci"rdnte* without delay. Dat.d UU. ITU day of November. ItOU T. T. HEADLaCY. Pubbc Tru-lec EtKUUf el the Will of Bun.Hue IAU Burton, deceased. eeae. Buy rourg % %  Stationery. Robert* k, ,.i %  .. i ,. i. t >. :n II II SOJ Ben quality buikllnaj and unslacked lime Black Rock Urn. Works • 11.W—Jn CORK TAHIJ: VATS — OKt package* 1 | IMM M.it. in a vailel of de NSpM jnd ah^pe Priced at %  •* upu,.rd> The-e cellophane wrapped Cork Mat Seta make an Attractive Gift Dial 4333. G W Hutchlneon a. Co Lid It 11 I f n < I.ViiiS rniliK Fin" quality C >eltliig %  •" SLlrr MOWERS rEATHERS For Hats nnd Drea-ei The ptettieat ever Uigan See them at The Modern Die*. Shoppe 11 13 90 Cn UHOCKKY ITEktS Helm Tomato Soup Menu Oa-tall Soup—Grape* in Tina. Large and Small .lie*Coek-te.l Kausejr. — Macaroni Icing Sugur Canned Rabbil Lamb Tongue Kell..gg> Cornflake* — B a. P Blanc Mai^ie — Bottle* Morton'* Jam* Danish Cream Peara In Tina — Apple Ji ~ Tayl< A Sons Lid. Roebuck 11.11 ff %  Tohn D Street. II r.-4i NOTICE T.AII Ol ARI1IAN S from SUNDAY NEXT ITttl DNRI the price of Ihe *ed l.s*.aia I be sS eta per Copy And Ihpru the Trlaldad Gaar4la paaino* I 11 PI'HLir SALES AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER BY instruction received from Ihe Insurance Company I will *eti on Friday Ccember :th al Aileyne Arthur's Oareaie next to Fort Hovel Oarage. St. Michael a Row Hi 1MB A *o Austin C.r. Damafed in Accident. il HQt II IIJ' Morris Sale at 3 p.m. Term* Caadl. VIMOF-ST ORTfTiTII • 0 REA1. ESTATE HANDKERCHIEFS FOR LADHS OH t-HILDrUEN In .inactively tied parcels Of a doren Only 1304. The Modern Drea Shoppe. lliIM-tki HAMS Au.tr*lia 11 cenU per lb JTunes W tents per 111. Raisins 40 centper lb. Current* 34 .centa per lb. C Herbert. M Tudor St. City. ISSEM-B. LUCKY DIPS Dlpa that are rval lucky to everyone who wanle och Itei like Toy. and many other Novrllle. I n.ore than twice of Ihe package co Or ly one shilling The Modern Dri Rhoppe 13 1110-t You can own "MUpalV at Belmont Road for your price and be settled for Christmas. II has Hut been thoroughly repaired end painted, and Is In perfect order. It contain* Gallery. Drawing Dining and breakfast rooms, il> largi bed room*, one with water, toilet ano bath. Room for |srage Po**e*aioti tan be given today Dfal T4S and let an Inapeetuei D'ARCY A SCOTT 11.13504n "KuNOSLEY —3nd Avenue, Belleville This desirable lealdence face* the Belleville Tenrua Court! and contains Drawing and Dlnin| room-, kitchrnetle and open verandahs, and -ipetalrs 1 bedrooms. I dressing room and usual olRrel Oaraie and 1 •ervanta' roomi The whole area 1* ,T0 equare feet Inapectlon by appointment with Mr* IJ.Ie Bayley. Dial No. SMI Sale by public competition Friday. ISth December at 3 p.m. CARHLNGTON SEALY Lucas StreH. 3S.ll.ao On UQVOR LICENSE NOTICE • %  ssstksn Is aril Spirit. Idait Laquors *' %  • <' board and hingle shop attached to reaadenre at Kit Inn SI .'ntlllp DooN thl. ink d•— O. B CRTPrmt Eao A.tg Pulke M-.n-,,. nut %  I NB r>. •ui he ru***< dared al lire., .... Court le tw neld al Police Court lie nth day of Deremhri pM, ,, o'rlock. am 0 H (iRlFFlTH All Police Magirat I> UQCOR I H I -.st NOTICE The applH-.ihm of t Edgecllff St J„h. -II Spun. Mall l.Hi>ior *c at .. board %  "" ahlnglc ihop ilh -he.| IU i>( attached -i F-igwiiS. st John Dated ml* lJth dav m D-e.nt-.. IPSO TC U GKITriTII Kj Actg Police Meitstrate PI Slgiie-i K PEP* It NB T>i. applicmion 'ii! be* corraloered at a L*ren-lru| Court to be neld al Pnl.ee Court. Dtatricl C ea* TTnlllUlltl I'-t 371h day ol I>reember gd -( |f %  m I O B ORJFFTTH At Pnltrr Mailatrale. Pi I IJQUOK LICENSE NOTICE The applltatioii of I.IrtYD Al.IXt rood and ahingle Uvop attached I. raidenre al WeUhouae. SI Philip Dated thl. 13th day ol December. VM >> G B GKJTrTM. Eaq Actg Police MagxUau D**t ^C Rgd JAKES BECKLXB. for Applies.Ml TaVR appltcsUon (.111 be .on., ered at a Ucetxlng Court to be hr.d -1 once Conn. District TC' on Wednesda-. e rllh day of December -pSO i| i; ilock a m G R (1HJVT1T1I Alg Police Maglatrate. DM t LIQUOR LICENSsE NOTICE The application of OSWAJJ> HOIJUES of Thombury Hill. Ch. Ch for permls •.n lo wl Spirit*. Malt laquor*. see at a wall and galvanised ahop attached .i Hooden building at That i Ch Ch within Dl met "B" Dated thi* nth day of Decen.ber lt T.--C. IH D WAIAVYN. Eaq PolHe Masrlaliale. D(-t 1) Stfi! I.YA1.I. 1* BEST For Applicant N B -Thl* appllcalHMi ill be constdtred at a lacen*lng Court |g i i,*l.' Polk. Court. Dl Iritl "B", on Weuaday the 27in d. ol Deceniba-r ItM r. o'clock. a.m C I H D WAL.WYN 22YE4ROLD D/fS SUDDENLY :wo-yet-old EuUle* riniiii>. of Clifton HIII. si JcMph. who w* jdnnttrd to th' GriMTsl Hospital on D*xfinbr 13 about 10 p in died iudklwUy rnornliiff ubout 12 M A p**al mortcMi rtfnl"R*isT ** %  prrfomiPd at the (icnrmi HospitR] Mom.-H > !>> in A S Cato about 1 35 a m the saint* LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE isiMi rro ol Cluunocks ch ci. lo sell Spirit-. Malt Uqu yard and galiaMrrd at-.p reaidencr at Charnocki Dated this .' 1. II Police • %  13th dav of December id*' D WM.WYN. Eaq. .,i H..IHi-' B' E O MORRiaON ApplKanl -This application will be Considered al a Licensing Court to be held PolKe Court. District R '. 441 Wedne day the 171b day of Deceiot*-. It el 11 o'rlock. a.m C. L> R O %  ALWYN r..c su,.-ii .1Did. "B" I ItM LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE nupni The application of Eudalrick Brathwall. Of Silver Hand* ChrLt Church puichsa er u/ liquor llcenae No f50 of IM granted to Cephas Clarke In reaped of a board and shingled shop .illachra' residence at comer ..I below Rock Silver Sand*. Chr 1*1 %  eld llcenae for I I 13th da H D W Mag wtttltn 1.1 use the dted ..I I)-.. %  l>. %  rate. tH.t B i.. Al i. C. BEST. for Applleai.l D WAI.WYN rO-DAVS N1WS FLASI fr.vrr> .i i *e open n* TOT*, and ** %  sr* certain!) iliiiiit a re curd hwli*rw.s In Uwcd JOHNSON s STATIONERY P1A>WER GLASS foe DOORS M IOHNSON S IIARI1U \K.: GRAND PUBLIC MOTOR AUCTION will br> held ro-n \ i on thepremises of the SUPREME MOTOR COMPANY. 85. Rnebuck SI reel Here is a selection of some uf the vehicles for sslf lo mil all persons, purses mid purposeI'm; rargo %  : w -..i 1M7 rord V8 Station wagon 1017 Morris '10' 19*S Tord '*refst' isuoon 1B39 Vauzhail "2.V saloon 1938 Cury-.]' %  %  Royal aetUn 1935 Ford VB aodan (2) 1936 Hillttian Minx 1939 Motil* '12' aaloon 1937 Morrl.i '10' siloon t ton pick-up. Teeth Loose Gums Bleed Meaik Loose Telh m>aa thai Trench M^ulh or p.rh*i thai will aoontr or I it. and ll-art Tr.nl.~ni" ati.jia i W.-Je.g ike n-.t dai *Ja eors II. teeth lr< Amoian W*f a*rrra*s>* Trencfc Moufb mm OF \M\S GAMU — AT — Molt .VI XN (IH Kt H •eel PHssWi DssS, IV al 7 45 *UM %  A ill assist. frogramnvn at I2. each LADIES' Embroidered Anglalse in i'a"fnl deilfns end colour* )urt opened again for you Yea! It'a at THAW'S !•, ffS Henry St Dial 34M end SwanU. H JR tf p IJPTONS TEA Ihl dellcioua Tea 4 in Ihe hund* ol ../ II Fre*h shipment ol is Just arrived end nr grocer. Prlcee1 or lie lot Nr and • oi package respectively John F Um.1^ Agent. ^^ n-ASTic lJ>DIXat* rfEW Al o OoVd Bells They Mid make nice gifts Thi Shoppe. BEU-TS. %  ry pretl* Modern Drea U\IEK WtW HATS — Styles that ran only be found at the Moden nice* MM to MWThe Modern Drei BY public competition at our office .tameStreet, on Friday the DM dav of December IMO al 3 p.m. ChaUel dwelling h...i together with I rooda I 1 perche. of land on which the *ame -t nd* vli.*tat Welchmaai Hall main road. In th* pariah of t. Thomm. ihe MUlWtj of Edwin A Holder Tor further perUcutars and eonditlot-s of sele apply to HUTCH INSON a> BANFTTXIl Solicitor i. James St. 1.1 1 2 V I • OVa* tiLASSWARE • %  hoenla O**' 1 T-Me Glaaaware make* a welcorne gill Brcent .hlpment. include D' I Doe.I*. S-ucebo-t. Mi-.ng Bowl ssreaeeJ other item* Dial 4333 .%  I THE underetmed will set up tor M* a t iheir OfSce. No 11 Hlath Street Bl.dgrtos.n. on Thursday. Ihe Mth da* t ,f December. 1MB at I. PM the Dwell inghouse called "Sheldon' and Ihe Und thereto contafnlng 4.4 I JMF4 let sftuil' at Shot Hall Land. Upper Ba,y Street. St. Michael. Inspection on application to Ml* set wick at -1-u.more". Upper Bay *"< F, lr f.irtlier Particular* end t-.>ndi , .1 Sab. apply t COTTLJC CATFOBD & I a SEA1IDF. IIUUSK %  %  CAI-AIS" ig*" ,., Dover. Chrut Church. lllll M I "' approxImaUly I roods. V perch ol land 1 The dwelllnghouse cot-Ulna versndali living room, pantry kitchen bedroo. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Arch Hall St Thoni-t.n iseli Spirit*. Malt Liquor*. . %  al > boarded and shingled ihop ~ ill. l altached -il.uried at lledman* Village St Thorn a.. Dated Ihl* 13th d.v of December. IWvi To J B EDWARDS. Eaq ••ollce Maltelrale. Dirt "D". V H SPENCFJt Police Magi* LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE The application ol Adlna Fordc of View I Soil.... I lalvi luted tru* 13th d*> of December IBOO J t EDWARtJN. Eaq •Nillce Maglltialr. Dial "D" V II SI'ENCElt. for Appllcent I B Tin* application will be riin.nl. d at a Ijcennng Court to be held al Ice Court, Dldnci "D on Wedneedev l-Ilh day of December IMo at l| J II Police Magi-ti FJlWAJtlaV te. Dial "D 15 13 rk> LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE .,,,. ,. [.,.. i.,..i. \Tvh Hall St Tholll.. ell SplrlU. Mall uajiuira, s>c at a boardMatt SI Thoinaa Dated ihl* Uth day of ln-.cn II IPVj T.. J K EDWAHDS l'-q %  nlire Magislral*. Dm 1> V. M SPV-Nt'EH. lor Applicant NB—Thl* appucalioii lll be cm.id ered al a Ucetialni Court to be hstd a I..I... (-."lit Dl irn-t "D on Wrdneada ihe Uth day of December. IPku at ) J. R. ESWAJUkt. Police Mafflotrate. DIM i> ISI3SOli Hi • 11 vi -i i PLASTIC SHOWEB CAPS ''"' BabteaPintle, at M cja. CrfclJ" .. M t. The Modem D^."?"'"^ MHIOMsl vet and art lu-opoe aeleclion in M.lc11.13.* 8TOBGATE Two . ShootM Cape -nd manv olher Toy*. You ,vlil find a* attractive aseortmenl ran|ln| from 11 it* The Shcppe. 11 IIV TOWBal EACa; CJX>TIIS Tti/** nake Sne Chrlatmea Giftand are reason.bly priced The Modern Dr.*. Shoppe YEUXJW pOLaSHEMS A very ' only 11 cen(> each. IltO Modern Drea Shoppe. YACHT That desirable rscht VAOABONTI" TrI J. A Reld. Lone Star Garage. Dial 31—33 El 11 —lati a and toilet upstair* Electric light running water throughout tlarage and .ervanls room* In yaro\ The above property will be -t up for ",.... %  ,; '...:-..'.,.' 1*00 at 1 PI" Inepeetlon on appllcaUo' io |he lenss.1 Mr. K S Burroe*. be Lwte-i the hour* ol • o-m. arid ii ~-" YEAMWOOD A BOYCE Solid tora WA1\TK HELP LKPERIF?.rED DREfWKtAKEft It posafble wllh American or Engli h Ifsdn log. Apply by letft ONLY rt-tn. • and experienceJANETTA DltsMM SJIOP. Lower Broad atreet IS ii 30-aii IK,I ui; LICENSE NOTICE BEMOVAL The applirallon of Selwyn Alltyne o p.ney Spring. St Thomas. Ihe Imldei granted In reaper! of a board an galvanized shop al Cave Kill. St Michael, to remote aald License io boarded and galvanized shop will shedroof altached. aitualed at Porei Spring. St Thomas, and io use it a %  urn last described premia-a Dated thl* 13th day of Oeiemhei IM* Sid SELWYN ALLIYNE. SH %  %  To J R EDWABDS. Eaq Police Maglatrate D.*< L> N B —This application will be ton ildered at a Licensing Court to be hel. on the Uth of December. Itoo al I o'clock, a m .at Police Court. Dtstrw Polir* I R EDWAfHis Magist.ate. Dial JUNIOB O^-IaSSSaEB -Apply Hi *Htn| With copies of U rOISJi m to iMPtfgr. Lower E.U.. F-.or, MISCELLANEOUS PERSONAL 1^ yw ran TOY ITS A lllil IOMISB. %  Ei-rep H< uieuiie run Go* .ii.i. it. .11.1 !ta ii\u F\x 1 — SHIPPING NOTICES Sellins Sales time 1—4 p.m ;lriclly Cash. ROYAL NETHERLAND STEAMSHIP CO. Sailing from Amsterdam Jr Dot IT V. t'olMraeth tth December, IMO %  ll-malie HI-. alt. January. ISM, •tailing tMIB Amsterdamm s 'Wlllem tadIMh December. IPM. m• %  Ofanjelaar* IMh January. IMS. m. Her.il* 1 i J December. IMO. Silling from Hamburg. Bremen, and v ".Indam • l Boskoop'' 1*1 Ii Decen. rr. ISM. Mi %  Hermes" lllh Decembei Sailing to Trinidad Etc.m s "Helena' ilh. December. 'MO, n "Colllca" 30th i-rember. IMS, s.s. -WillesnaUd" l.nuary. ISM. a.*. "Hel.ler Ind Jaim Madeira. Plyi rceeiher. IMO. Oranjeated* Brd asM The M V -Cartbbee will Sicept C*igi> and raaaengn • for Dominica Antigua. Montserrat. Netls and SI Kilt Sailing l.ulav IMh %  *l ICd|04HRP orfS AaKOt lATlON. lae. Per C. CHEESMAN. Tear 4041 THE ANNUAL CAUL AND an siRYKi fo the -l LAWR£N( I i mi.li HEALTH CBNTRC will b* Iwld -I ST MAriHIAs t III K( II II It I'HIi lilt I Mill It %  it U.30 a-m All Parents n.l isuldn invtutl C.lfU ruid Silver ..il.. t \ will !%  ii'-civnl and used for } ( hrlatmaa fheer 1 IB 12 50—2n d ADVERTISE. It Pays Canadian National Steamships MlV IU)DNEY 1 pec m l %  %  IS Jan. 1* Jan J Feb II Feb MllTBBOtlND I -Mil \N IIIAII* '.(.Fit I^DY HODNBT 1AIIY NBasON I-\DY BODffatY 1->:JV NEI-aON Arrtvaa 'i ..I-...1... 11 Dee 13 Iter Kalla M-n ...I-.. II I>C< II.V.MI In Ai.l .-I ST. VINCENT D PAUL SOCIETY AT Y.M.P.C. Saturday. D.c. IB. 1950 DUMlag frran 9pm Music by Mr. Harry Banni*t.r. Orcheitra Admi.sion : 2 • FURNITURE and MUSICAl THINGS al Miiiirv Sai inMM \ i lMB| II*' I •..• as la) }g I. .'..|F. S %  B nu l-liK Iff lUkeltte I... I-. L. S. WILSON i VRI HIS '*'.-,','e','e'e*>'e'. < KU Kl.T S ;; s ANNUAL DANCE AT PLtASANT HALL HOL'8K. 81 l*t-lrr. (Kindlj lent b\ Mr Gi-orfo GUI) On Saturday. ICtti llerrmber, 1950 Mualr by Perry f.rren'a (ii. ii-ti i Admlanlon b> InvlUUou Tlrkrl 1 00 -,*-'--.-a*,'a*e'e*e*e'e''e'*'*^Ve'e'e', THE TEA THAT COMMANDS lh.InrurM -..ill' In III.v... I.l .n.l is GARDINER AUSTIN .* CO„ LTD. AeoU. i on s \i i: LAS CAMPANAS Marine Gardens \ .. ,. ,,. ...ii.,,-in, i-i.lounge itl". living *nd dining t.-,"i with French windiws In galII-MC* % %  d p..li,i 1 bedr'-ama It with tnillt-m' I wllh 'walk-in' wardrobe". 2 'aethroom.: large biundr*.' i. giilX ml .! W-ll tared for B*ai |. M. RtAL ItTATI Af.INT AlirTIONH-R PLANTATIONS Blll.niNr. Phone 10-10 TIE. GLC rill.\SATI\MI(„MI (French Line) s s s.s All S S s s "COLOM11IE" Sailing to Plymouth and !%  Havre via Martinique and Guudt'louur on IVcm>.i nth. 1950 "OASCOONaT Sailing to Trinidad aixl Fnn,li Guiana on Ucceinber 2BUi 1950 "GASfOGNK" SiiiliiiKlo Plymouth and I* Havre via M.iitiiiKiuc iiinl Guiidflmipe on January 3rd IBM ihlps art-epting Pawcngers, Cargo and Mall "COLOMBIR" First. Cibm anil Touri-t CU I Pf.Mam-. %  GASCOGNK" Fir I ClM DOSS i aOS Only For further Particulars apply to.— R. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. WPAP t'P TBOtn GIFTS WITH GIFT WRAPPING PAPER FKOM ihii:\m\i IMI'OIIII M (CENTRAL FOUNURY LTD. PROPRIETORS). 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FRIDAY, DECEMBER ll 1*5 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE. Foundation Girls' Hvad L ryetf Part'iils' Co-o|X'ratiMi At Prize Day %  PN undation School. made en appeal to for tnetr ex>-operatioti i ir at the annu.il 1 rise i) the HradmiMrrM' report. ernor, Mr. A. W L Savage said that he rly interested in the iieadmistre**' appeal for the to— operation of parents, because at ,. gel 1.1 CQ CM MWl i ;ucatlon was not nearly important as a ooy's Mrs. Savage distributed the prizes and a vote of thanks was moved b> the Chairman of the Governing Body. Hon. G I: Fv.-JMI. Alter the Chairman vote of thanks, a pltn The Fate." or "A Vdlam Fatted" i.y J Barker, was staged. The Uppe.School saiiu six carols. kUfclni her appeal, the headmunress said that if they had UM parents should let it ba She s.ild that the lermly reports m *ent to theni wer." meant to be read and studied. They had laken time and trouble over them and gave parents the truth as they saw It. She would advise Them. she said, to avoid having their children coached for long hours after school. She had not yet kru vvn a case where such a procedure. had been helpful and she had known of many where It had i tnmental to pro gre ss at School. To those parents who wer* anxious to have their girl* eu.uip]H'd for work as soon is fl school, she would ask DOl to let I hem embark on n Commercial Course before proper (oundattonf In English Language and Arithmetic had been laid New Building* She wild tnat plan*< for new school buildings Mtout which sinspoke In her last report still remained on paper, though there were great hopes of .eing them materialise. Perhaps Government's retrenchment in [* %  building programme settled in JN feats ol those who disliked Ual idea of an amalgamation of the Boys' and Girls' Foundation Schools, whilst H dashed to the ground the bopaa of those who foresaw. in [he combination a brilliant future They should not lapse into, %  cause the Island's financial resources did not penult the proposed scheme being car-, iled out. They could at least by, additions and acquiring more, land around the site, provide ;.(I vantages. Year by year they saw the urgent need for a course perhaps with a technical bias, to supplement the academic course already provided. Such a course would give those who were not academically inclined a greater Interest In life in general and school in particular. Parents, too. would be n avad to know that their efforts had not been wasted, and they the would feel in going with the current, I greater sense of achievement. She did not think that it was food for the School's progress for ( u rents to regard that school as a 11 Such an outlook would have a bad effect on the child and In tum the school suffered. Tn his address, the Governor *uid that it was true that th* majority of girls ultimately would marry and would not be the breadwinners of a family, but he belleved thlit to run a home and bring up a family successfully required as much Intelligence, knowledge and patience — although of a different kind — as to rim an office or a business. If the training received at school, was: coupled with good training A On page 8 Latrines At Morgan Lewis I ATKINEK arc erected at ftfor* gan Lewi* Bay tot time This bay attracts a large amount of excursionists especially on week-ends and B-mk-Holidays but had no proper sanitary facilities The Adrocale was told yesterday that if is also intended hi I MUM at MOCL. I inundation being b uilt A FTftE of unknown orlgli which broke out at a houe in Dash Valley. St George, a about 1pm on Wednesday, destroyed a ouanlitv of clothing and damaged the floor Neighbours assisted in extinguishing the blaze. The owner. Albertha lie)grave, was n o home at the time of the fire. Another Arc completely destroyed n kitchen at Josev Hill. St Lucy The kitchen was about four feet my from a house owned by Charles Johnson. In this instance neighbours also hel|>ed to put the blnje Tr~ house iInsn C D. BARRO.VS Siiucmiikitig i siab.ishn.eni has been going for nearly half a century and has become populai with local folk and visitors. The firm was founded by Mr C. D Barrow who first started business In Palmetto Square. I remained at that spot for over years before removing to Roebu Street, the present premises Old Mr. Barrow has retired tl now his sons are left to carry %  his good work Mr Hurld Barrow, a son, told the Advocate yesterday that they work for tourists and many local people Some visitors who buy shoes -how them to their friends in other countries. One of the first things these friends do when they in turn visit the island, is to get in contact with the firm through the hotel. He said that before the last war the majority of outside orders were lioin English people, but at present orders come from Americans. Canadians and Englishmen The firm employs 18 workmen and a number of apprentices Itoys hre also trained for bursary examinations On the !a-t occasion four sat and all passed. One stayed on to work with the firm T HE FRl'ITfTI. HILL Hoad. St. Joseph, is at present undergoing repairs. It is now closed to traffic. This is one of the St. Joseph's Roads that were damaged during the heavy rains. A larue number of workers are on the job and it is expected that it will soon be completed Stones are being drawn from the Bmgg's Hill quarry. So far this year In St. Joseph. Orange Hill. Friicrs. Vaughan's and Bragg's Hill Roads have been repaired. F ISHERMEN are making large hauls at the Belleplaine area. A few days ago one fisherman caught 80 fish in one throw of the net. There had been a shortage of fish in this area during the rainy season, but fishermen arc now making the best possible use of the smooth sen I \kl\l. I'llll 11 IIO\ QETT1NO VACCINATED SI tiu C.nU. at Mi, Wtarf. Suspected Small Pox Case Doing Well THE ENGLISH PATIENT who mi liolatad M Pelicon Island on Monday, as a suspected can .f small pox, has been reported to be doing well. Dr. O'Mal m Director Ol Medical Services told the Advocate \. I Dr. O'Mahony said that there were no suspected case* Of small pox in the island at present. Waterfront workers sod clerks —^——— TINSMITH REMANDED of offices around the waterfront i-ere still going into the CMO's >mce yesterday for vaccination* aguinst this disease. the meanwhile, longshoremen were busy getting ashore the cargo out Of the ttiourop.WrS hatches. Medicines, tea. baby cream, biscuits, potted meat, drinking chocolate, barley, soups, pi.kles sherry, quaker oats, cigarette* and toilet preparations were iimong the hundreds of tons of :-argo discharged yesterday The :argo. which has arrived in time for the Christmas season, came from Liverpool. The Biourapher was in port from early Monday morning but quarantined until midday that same day. Since then, there was no unusual break tn the unloading of the vessel. The 4duocai was informed the CMO's office yesterday that the response of the public was most satisfactory They said that the majority of waterfront kcrs and the whole crew of the Biourapher had been vacinated. 136 Vaccinated 25'FOR RESISTING Joseph firewater, a labourer of Dunlow Lane. St. Michael, was yesterday fined 25/by His Worship Mr A. J H. Hanschell. for resisting Police Constable Bourne while in the execution of his duty on December IS. BOAC's FLIGHTS NORMAL AGAIN BO AC. services to and from the United Kingdom etc have again returned to normal They were interrupted by nn unofficial strike of electricians at London Airport Fltz Hunte. a oO-year-olc tinsmith of Richmond Gap, wai remanded with bai| by His Worship Mr E A McLeod yesterday after he was charged with using indecent language and resisting Sgt t-ouis Marshall while in the execution < I hiduty on November 23. Catypsonians Preparing For January 1'ORT-OF-SPAIN. Dec. 11 fUartS in Trinidad arc bua* hun ti n g place : %  ere> than tents for the coining season, which opens on January 2. The lion Raymond yuevedo. butler known U Atill.i the Hun. along with a %  even-man team including Melody and the Mighty Terror will sing .it St. Vincent Street. By midday yesterday 136 people had turned up at the four centres for vaccinations again-1 small pox. Many people pass.-.* without taking notice but tin nurses on duty always had good word of advice after telling %  man was a suspected case of small, pox at Pelican Island was heard 1 to remark, "A stitch in time. Bine These words promptid iInman to walk in and g*t | his vacciiiiition. When the Adroeclr visited the centre M the Parochial Buildings at midday vestcrdnv 34 people had nlrend. ..t the'i vaccinations The majoritv were from St. Michael and a frw from St. James and St. Thorny,.. Nurses V. Collins and E. Collymore. assisted by Mr. C C. Slnckler. are on duty at llu. centre. Around the same time only 20 hud taken their vaccination* %  torn Queen's Part where Nur*e.i Brewatar and Sands, along with Mr Gibson. are on dulv I'lurt) Three were Stl tintenistei ..I tti.liay Police station and 41t at the centre on the wharf Nurses Gomes and Poster are at tinwharf while Nurse Est. ted by Mr. Blackfl HI and Mr. Pagan, arc at the Ba; One niii^MUf S tation. • •/>*• %  ? IC-VES" r?OR THE BEST QUALITY & SHADES INSIST ON STOCKED BY ALL LEADING STORES (uticura ^a* TALCUM ** MAKE THANI BROS. Your Shopping Centre. LADIES'! High Claw. Dress Goods. Underwear. Shoes and ll.ii--. Perfumes, etc. GENTS'! Woollen*, Shirts, Shoe*. Etc.. in widest variety. Household uld remember seeing :"> Wtilf,-' from a little boy. Marion Belle Wolfe" i> 1 VUUj m the Careenage ilaarging cargo from %  in.i She can be easily spot* rt| ottM vessel: hered-painted ami aquattv nun eh definitely shows % % %  Bh* been regUitereil at 76 ton: he V. *eM'l Her first owner was one Wolfe. ;i Canadian fisherman built her as a aWtiilf scheoner. After doing some vears ->f Bat tag a Gulaneae. Mr n d Car jcho. bought her i cOtiMTted her intu o | Changed Hands S %  has since that time changed has' is three turn cock of Sabu bought it from M Camacho and sol Hui e o| Mesrv Manning & Co.. .Ltd The present owner %  > %  retired t'ai .in Ua i :i si beei Irving in Bartxidos for reari aow fi.ptain Every has been the "WiHfe's" Kkipper for Hi ami he thinks her a itn. She has i' Surinam Defer) C.uuma and the Brtti>il Northern IslasMUV bu< ">e mu of her voyagea have IMH-H between British Qulana and Barl i is one of the well-known vessel* • ten these two rountfk Tl • %  "Marion Belle Wolfe'' haj got her name from the wife 01 her tlrst owncMr wmf. HARBOUR LOG In Carlisle Bay Only one snap gives your skin this exciting Houquet RODNEY BRINGS 24 PASSENGERS i land mm here yesterday fn>m UM La£y Roditev which arrived a1 daybreak from Hallhux via Bost'in. Iturmuda and the Unn.li Hi I i IM I Tinitod'U'i/ left port abon< 10 ...lock last Qlfhl ("i BtltlSh i;ui. via S' vTra tnt < Irenada and IrliUdad. She took Ifl passengt i from here. i'!. trnas trees were among the i.'igo discharged by hoi raatero There was also small quatit.-ies of apples. Ud pacstnges -t used clothing and par> %  :..i. is Gardiner Austin & Co, %  e local agents of the nk> < %  a* -un.i M Ud In Touch With Barb -doa Coastal SUtion H.-I.i*. Caiiadi* b>4< CaMI ataiioi I HllnSS l^d VHMIti. •" Dolor*. S Alca Pi.ni.i. s MBS %  % % %  K s s uiitim. s •* yinii S l"ii-li Pi bi,. all" Sea we 11 MI. n MU\ II W l.A I Itl.MM .. Jean li.i Halph ra aiwaiaa i.-riiu.i),.iMr., iiejuv William A'kll>r< Jmredllsr Wnraa. VlvlmlW ".tl ^nuth. ifird p VII .r Slulll.taru Sana Samorl. O-i %  %  sitraa .11. IIM-AKIl BBg Bi H H 1 A 1. rn-isas \ .! ii' M Krrt.lv CkarkH PHaMr, Jain .,., (,H (Hlhl.ll M.lil!l Ira*. la, M AaUaaa. 1'. %  ft Tiixiri ..hit O.irhn Willuaitt 1 ... <.,,„i,, M .li.haa! 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PACF TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE miDW nr.CF.MnrR IVIMO Qwub £aUwq BEVCKLBY 1 ARLTON. (Hlch.r) T I Cutler (Oreta Bancroft) after a flying visit H IS tXCBlXW Y the < %  :•*gasi attended the opsjnlnf pcrturmance of the liiM. | production of "The Man Who came Tw '.('goodbye to Maggti Nice Work ARDEAN Mll.l.KK || Two Friends M R. ROY KK1NNBR oi the Na• :•>., f :., Trinidad ywalerday Mt-rnoon by U.W.I.A. after spend ing a ruuple uf wki in Barbados staying ti ihc Hotel Windsor %  !. M Haiurhi-U wno will aui-iui ChriitnuiN TrtBidad Service Manager M H AM) MH.- DAVID WILSON .utd l->eir small daughtci JamElisabeth, havt!-< %  < %  ' < K r.ioank for a fdrtught. Mi Wi,M.n has been Service Ltd .wo ySMan in British UUUUW lor the IraCtOf and Motor L'oy., which is a division of Sprustona Ltd., a Subsidiary oi the Aluminum Co., of Canada. Patrick And Patricia I N l KANS1T lium Si. Kitt> yesuniuy by it W.I.A i-n route lO iiiMnuii was Mr. Patrick Mi Lean and Us trifi Pati U It Mi Mi Lamn Is aruii M.W.I As Traffic U( p.irimcnt in l'iario and was in Si. Mils on d short visit Hi* ind parents live then t two Miami models. Mi-s Jacklyn Dinnerat the Empire Theatre WBrf t rt Mi-> Joj Itntier arrived last night, : Miller is tag ..i. U His lathe i light i i: the guests in 'he Govi," Miss Fat Airw;,Vh ,lrt 1st I II i d %  %  '**" lll > II A.I HI. %  '"I kind of work: Mi M G H \ Mi Sii A It Skini Dr ..iicl Mis A i. Stuart and v in: Vaughaa. Christmas Holidays M UST of UM S I ,i. i... .,., boll Isi and .i lands are iilU'ii with -" and uirlto tbeli home* lor Chnsimas Old Harrisonian M il CECIL CHAWFOltf) arrivod rron 11 n bj UWI.A. en route fror Tobago where he is Mathematical %  DM Bishop H I Old Harrisonian %  ovai r in.Christmas 1 P American %  W I' A A will short i. travel folder iil-nit the West Indies, living picture whuh he will ti.ke here and in %  )• other iMniiiis They have ;ilready visited Trimd..\"'.*• ^ EL'** '" Whan ihr othtri K*n Rupm ilvt •If it nowhere br ton, and. •hough lir irisi lo rsplam. ihrv g more and mote purrkd. so He kadi dwm along ihr track to the undi*l when 'InImp oi Spring was last MII > li'i mn yaafi %  !* I %  fw lint undil." murmufi in* old ttntkinan. "I'd *lmo IOFROI Ho. odd AM „k l*rt. Moving In I N O lOMnlANUKK i.-smond Ciarke. his wif dallghtad at the prospfi-inf tin trip and both say that the. arfl J line form. Mac has ncvci baton Tun on an Indoor track and he is shWaTll looking forward lo the experience. Arthur Is hoping that he may have another opportunity to resume his struggles with Herb McKinlev. whom he beat m the flnall of Ihe 1948 Olympi metres. hen and no tunhci. Thcrt HUM be sum in t !" thai." Thar walk round n ihoughifuMv. bai Ruprn gradually edgaa away. Why doe* thai all k*p diaappaanaai*'' h ihinka, '"aftd whrr* ,. hr ! f I'm auie h. could help mi if only hr u — And hr mo-i aould c co^ l _'. .i-*—— v fo-morron • ~"J^A tef^ 0 "* \ night %,££& .... ^\\i^3 at CLUB MORGAN As a New Year Iggl % %  % % %  Wg t m on Radio Dlstribullo Gift Lines that lift a load off your mind! AFTERNOON DRESS PRINTS 1.88 2'5 3-24 #VT* &> d* J* Evans and Whitfields YOUR SHOE STORES %  '.'.'.•.'.•S.'.'SSS,'.'.;-.','.', .t:,oiishera igati lnci.ryiri'"l IfgM I.HIIiHLIlltlil. M 11 RartMick Sinn .,....-,......-.........-.-.-.-.-.-.-.•.•.-.-.•.-.•.-.-.•.-.•.•---•.•.'.•.-.•-' %  • %  --'.-.--'--WHO CAN ANSWER COMING THE BURNING V IS THERE EMPIRE PLAZA Theatre — OISTIN FRIDAY. SAT SON. a MON 6 a 8 30 p.m. Paramount*: HAPPY OO LOCKY with Mary Martin Eddie Bracken sad the Calypso King of Trinidad SIR LANCELOT Midnight Show Sat ]6th (Monogram Double ONE THRILLINO NITE" THE KNOCKOOT" with John Beal Qf with Loon Errol J Saturday Nile Special (leth, 23rd a 30th) 8 30 Show Save yont [ Ticket Win A "XMAI HAMPER" — t. tut V it*. Garden) ST. JAMFS Friday. Sat. Sunday 8 10 p.m Mat. Bun 6 p.m. Warner'x Thriller' John Ann Pat OARFIELD SHERIDAN O'BRIEN in "CatsVaULE ON THE HrirMkW" oiPiHt: %  % % %  1 IIOYAI. To-day 1 and 8 30 Last Two Shows Today 4 30 and 8 30 Tomorrow 6 and B 30 MOM Double Tha Bridgetown Players On.Kelly and Prank Sinatra presents in •THE MAN WHO CAME "ON THE TOWN" TO DINNER" and •THE HIDDEN Opening To morrow Saturday 1 15 a B 30 1YE" •FORTUNES OF with CAPTAIN BLOOD' Lionel Barrymore Starring Lonis Haywsrd Patricia Medina OLYMPIC with Oeorge Macready and Alfonso Bedoya Laat Two Shows To-day 4 30 and 8 16 BOXY Vivian Blaine and Denni* O'Kaafe To-day to Sunday 4 30 and 8 30 in Columbia Big Double Wyn Cahoon and Scott Colton •DOLL FACE" and •WOMEN IN PRISON" "THE RAZORS and •DESPERADOES" EDGE" with with Randolph Scott and Olenn Tyrone Power and Oene Ford YOUR CONGOLEUM Now For Xmas! we offer CONGOLEUM SQUARES 2 yds. x 3 yds. 24 .. x 3 .. 3 .. x 3 „ 3 .. x H .. 3 .. x 4 CONGOLEUM FLOOR COVERING fi II. wide $1.52 yd. 8 (I. wide $2.28 yd. CONGOLEUM RUNNERS 27" wide and 36" wide Over 20 Patterns To Choose From. XMAS TUFF nF.rOKATIONS—Bubble and Plain. IMPORTANT NOTICE WE HAVB TRIM) THK NEW BRKAKFAST HOUR 12 lo 1 P.M. AND IT HAS PROVII) I NSVrlSKACTORY. WE WILL NOW RESUME OUR BREAKFAST HOUR BETWEEN 11 A.M. AND 12 NOON (EXCEPT SATI RKAYSI BEGINNING FROM MONDAY. DECEMBER 11TH. THE CORNER STORE Trafalgar Street MANNING'S SALES DEPARTMENT — AND — ELECTRICAL WORKSHOP