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Tharsday
December 21

19350



“.. THE HEART
IS HIGH ...”

Understanding and sup-
port for the mainten-
ance of the’ British
Empire is the most im-
portant cause in the
world. The _ highest
guarantee of peace, the
greatest warranty of

prosperity rests with the
Commonwealth, It is a

balancing force and a

guiding influence in a

world torn by dissension

with war clouds gather-

ing in every direction.

What shall f say then, to
men of the outer tmpire?

Put your faith in Britain
and trust in tna leader-
thip. The people are sound
and the heart is strong.

Britain has lost her cash
but maintained her credit.
Her funds are low but her
heart is high. The transition
from riches to poverty has
been swift and harsh — but
the people understand that
their misfortune has an
honourable cause.

Britain fought the war |)
outside her class. The ene- | |
my was abeve her weight.
Now the consequences are
felt.

In some quarters the idea
Prevails that Britain being
poorer can no longer be the
centre of the Empire. It is
a mistake to imagine that
wealth determines the issue.

Britain was poor when her
age cf expansion began—it
began partly because she
Was poor, because her sons
had empty bellies and torn
breeches and a liking for
adventure.

Britain is poor again. Her
wealth gone, but character,
courage, statesmanship re-
main, These are the factors
that decide.

The question is not where
will be the centre of the
Empire. It is whether it is
to continue.

That depends on whether
each of the great units
wants to maintain the old
association, And that, in
turn, depends on what each
Empire nation thinks of the
others,

Britain does not lead the
world in large-scale indus-
try. But she leads easily in
invention and _ discovery.
This is, so far, the British
century in most depart-
ments of science.

The British are also the
beldest nation in social and
Political fields. Great pio-
neerg, may be too bold -and-.
too swift, Time will show.

At present there is an
industrial and commercial
revolution. It is in conse-
quence of the war. It is an
immense upheaval which at
times rises to a pitch of
crisis.

Britain was the only na-
tion that was totally mo-
bilised for war—for nothing
of the kind was known else-
where, Britain was also the
only nation which in the
peace faced a total reversal
of her trading position.

The task of reconversion
is enormous. Britain has
now recovered and passed
her pre-war export. An
extracrdinary feat — possi- ||
bly enough to enable her to
pay her own way.

The crisis is not over—it
may last for years. But tri-
umph over disaster is sure.
For the spirit and skill is
unequalled. |

Lord Beaverbrook—Open-
ing the Royal Winter Agri- |
cultural Fair in Toronto,
14/11/50.






Europe Must
Help Herself |

—HOOVER

NEW YORK, Dec. 20.

Republican Ex-President Her-

bert Hoover declared in a radio| tries have agreed upon a uniform) New year"

address tonight that Western
Europe must create and equip
“huge numbers” of fighting divis-
ions of its own “before we land
another man or another dollar on
their shores,”

He said American sacrifices to
achieve West European unity so
far had failed. America’s defence
line must be the Atlantic and the
Pacific Oceans, not the continents
of Europe or Asia.

“Any attempt to make war on
the Communist mass, by land in-
vasion through the quicksands of
China, India, or Western Europe

would be sheer folly,” said.
To warrant further aid Western
Europe must create for itself

“organised and equipped combat
divisions of such huge numbers as
would erect some dam against the
Reds. American sea and air power
alone could control the Atlantic,
and block possible Communist
invasion of America.

The “atom bomb is a far less
dominant weapon than it was once
thought to be”, he added.

—Reuter.



The Minister had_ originally
; ini roposed to pay differentiating
Prime Minister eines to various Empire sugar
* | producing countries.
Of Malta Dies
VALETTA, Dec. 20. Favourites
Dr. Enrico Mizzi, 66-year-old
Prime Minister of Malta, died (From Our Own Correspondent)

here today. He had been working

in bed until last night.

His secretary said Dr. Mizzi was
ill when he went to meet Princess} 1st

Margaret at Luga last week.

He was ordered by his doctor) and Ostara
not to attend the latest sitting of
Assembly. He

the Legislative

went.

Dr. Mizzi was leader of Maita’s and Sunglee, 8th

pro-Italian Nationalists.—Reuter,

j and

merged into the No

tories — Britain, Fran
Luxembourg.

Ministers announced after

European integrated army
defence system. Their com
thrn to say that the future
isation had been considered.

— —_——— —_—-——— !

Russians Tortured |

}of the



Montgomery’s Job |
Will Disappear

When Europea
Is Formed

n Army

BRUSSELS, Dec. 20.

"[ HE WESTERN UNION will disappear or be |
rth Atlantic scheme as 2}
rcs.lt of decisions reached today in Brussels by the
Foreign Ministers of the five Brussels Pact signa

ce, Belgium, Holland and

a conference here that the

Vestern Union defence organisation was to be re-organ'sed
following yesterday’s 12-nation decision to form a West

munique did not go further
of the western defence organ-

decide details
merger, ‘the
Union can no longer gi

Generals would
Western
on plan-

| ning by itself’’ a spokesman said

Jap Prisoners |

U.S. Delegate Claims

i TOKYO, Dee, 20. |
William J. Sebald, American |
delegate on the Allied Council for |
Japan, charged at a Council meet- |
ing today that Russian authorities
had maltreated and tortured |
Japanese prisoners of war, |

He read detailed charges of |
maltveatment by Russians and
listed by the Japanese Govern-
ment, |

Allegations said tortures on|
prisoners ranged from continual
beatings with staves and electric
flexes, being forced to sit on
pieces of wood one inch square,
and no food during examinations,

They were also confined under
rigorous conditions and beaten,
had not enough food and no warm
clothing in sub-Arctice ccld, and
had no provision for repatriation.

Sebald aaded cnat prisoners
were often falsely convicted and
sentenced to long terms of im-
prisonment after which they were
east adrift with no chance of
going home or communicating
with their Government.

Soviet delegates headed by
Major General A. P, Kislenko sat
silently while Sebald made his
speech.

Japanese Government has
alleged that 330,000 prisoners of
war have not been-repatriated by
the U.S.S.R.—Reuter.





Biggest Railway
Station Opened

ROME, Dec, 20.
President Luig Einaudi of Italy
Tremier Alcide De Gasperi
today inaugurated Rome’s super
modern railway station the big-
gest in the world, begun by Mus-
solini in 1928.

It is believed to have cost near-
ly £6,000,000.

Facing trees and lawns of one
of Europe’s most attractive and
spacious squares, the station has a
regular white facade of 10 hori-
zontal layers of stone interspaced
with glass.

A novel concrete canopy mould-
ed like the entrance to a giant
marquee, fronts the building and
forms an airy glass walled book-
ing hall,

Twelve platforms with a total
length of three miles serve the
station’s 22 main tracks which can
handle up to 400 trains daily.

The roofed area of the station
with its offices and installations |
covers roughly 55,000 square
miles,—Reuter.

Ask Uniform Price
For 1951 Sugar

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec. 20.
Empire sugar producing coun-













price for next year’s crop and have
submitted their figures to the
British Minister of Food, Maurice
Webb.

A delegation of Empire sugar
interests consisting of representa-
tives of Australia, the British West
Indies, Mauritius and the Fiji
Islands and led by Premier Hanlon
of Queensland, Australia met the
Minister this afternoon and placed
their proposals before him.

The Minister conceded the
principle of uniformity of price
for Empire produced sugar and
promised to examine the figures
worked out by the producing
countries.

The delegation is to meet the
Minister again on Friday to hear
his decision.

A member of the Queensland
mission said this evening that the
delegation had reason to hope that
their proposed uniform price
would be accepted by the Minister.

The agreement between Empire
sugar producers on a _ uniform
price, means that one of the chief
purposes of the present talks has
been fulfilled.



PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 20

The likely first day favourites

in the T.T.C. Xmas meet are

Fairfront and Careful Annie,

Tuffieybelle, Devon
3rd

ites Footmar« and

2ad.

Bowbells,



7th

} and Elizabethan ;
Palomine

Miniature

| dual commiands fcr each

“All the spadework done by the
Western Union has been made
available to the North Atlantic
Treaty Organisation and
have found it very useful.’

Asked if the General Staff of
the Western Union would continue
he said, “It will not go on as it
is new but there must be indivi-

region.’

they

Since the ratification of the
North Atlantic Treaty, other
regions within the crganisation

| had aecess to plans drawn up by

the Western Union for the defencs
of that area. |

Asked to which region Ger-|
many weuld be linked in the}
new Atlantic command the |
spokesman said, “It has not been;
decided but I should not think;
there would be much doubt about |
it”. “The Germans will be treated |
on a footing of equality.

Viscount Montgomery,
mander-in-Chief of the
Power Western Union Defence
Organisation which the newly
created Atlantic Army Command
will absorb has yet a decisive
part to play in Europesn defence, |
diplomatic quarters here, said to- !
day.

They did not discount the pos-
sibility that “Monty” might stay
on in the 12-Power military
organisation in command of the
western region with which he is
now familiar.

The decision would rest with
General Dwight Eisenhower and
the standing group of the North
Atlantic Treaty Organisation,

Lord Montgomery’s future has
aroused active speculation here
since yesterday’s decision by For-
eign and Defence Ministers 3

Com-
Five |





the 12 Atlantic Powers to create
a new command under General
Eisenhower.—Reuter



Truman’s New

Year Wish

WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.
President Truman expressed
hope today that in the New Year
the world would come closer to
realising its “ultimate dream of
liberty, justice and freedom”. He

told American armed forces in
Christmas message:

“This Christmas finds many
thousands of you abroad far from
your loved ones and close ties and
relationships which add to the
spirit and warmth of the holiday
season.

“Wherever you serve, your re-
sponse to heavy duties and respon-
sibilities is a proof that your mis-
sion as representatives of a free
nation is to strengthen and to give
hope to all who seek peace on
earth. May the real spirit of
Christmas abide with you and may
all of us in concert with all free
peoples come nearer in the New
Year to realising man’s ultimate
dream of liberty, justice and free-
dom.”

General George C Marshall,
Defence Secretary said: “It is my
hope and I know your hope along
with that of all the friendly world
that we will find peace in the















—Reuter.

New Vessel
Runs Aground

SCOTLAND, Dec. 20.

A new 320-ton river vessel, the
Orinoco, built on the Clyde for
export to South America, went
aground today on a sandy beach
off Lamlash Bay at Arran during
a gale,

She did not appear to be in any
danger and the crew were still
aboard some hours later.

A few days ago the Orinoco was
on her way to South America when
it put in at Lamlash Bay with
mechanical trouble. The morning
tide was not sufficient to refloat
the vessel this morning and a fur-
ther attempt was to be made at
high tide tonight.

It was originally designed for
passenger and cargo service on
the river Orinoro in Venezuela.

—Reuter.

Truman Will
Welcome Acheson

WASHINGTON, Dee. 20.
President Truman decided to-
day to give another demonstration
of his confidence in Secretary of
State Dean Acheson by meeting



Market} him late tonight at the airport on
(Joint Favour-| his return from Brussels

4th
The Jester, Best Wishes rs
resse t his minister$} 5th. Rosalind and leading Article,
pot Sigh Bg dR attend if he| 6th. Governor’s Cup, Blue Streak] Washington
‘ Rose mare be present to
and

The White House said that
though Acheson's plane would not
arrive until about

welcome
back from the Atlantic
talks.—Reuter

treaty

|
{
'
as part of the Atlantic :

4






TURKEYS, the traditional Christmas day fare on many di
all over the world, are in the news,
Joyce King brings two 15 lb. prime turkeys to the Turkey Sale




or tables



held recently in a village in England where the birds were auctioned
at prices ranging from 63/- for a 9-lb. bird

Express



WEST COMMISSIONERS
GIVEN FREE HAND

By PAMELA MATTHEWS

BRUSSELS, Dec. 20.

The three Western High Commissioners in Germany have
been given a free hand in their negotiations with the Bonn
Government on West German participation in the Atlantic
Army aceording to usually reliable quarters here.

The known results of the “big three” Foreign Ministers’
private meeting here last night have paved the way for
a simultaneous approach to the Soviet and West German

Governments.

SWEET. SHEEP

LONDON.
BATH night in Australia,
as recorded in a dispatch to
the London “Evening
News” 7
As a gesture to his sheep,
| whose wool is now bringing
him a fortune, a Riverina,
New South Wales. grazier
| has had his whole flock of
many thousands sprayed
| with Chanel No. 5,.—INS





Three Ministers, Ernest Bevin
of Britain, Dean Acheson ‘of the

/IM@ed States and Robert Schuman

of France, were known to have
taken two steps at their meeting
after the 12-nation Atlantic Coun-

jcil had approved the appointment

of General Eisenhower as Supreme
Commander of the Alliance's army,

Besides drawing up instructions
for the High Commissioners they

|| approved the texts of their replies

‘to the Russian note for four-power

U.S. Businessmen
May Buy Butlin’s
Camp

LONDON, Dec. 20.

Billy Butlin,
owner, announced

William
resort

|

|

talks on Germany, usually relia-
ble sources said.

Nothing has been disclosed about
the texts of the replies, but it is
generally assumed there will be
no retraction of the earlier western
suggestion of a four-power meet
jing of deputies as the next step

Observers here thought the Hign
Commissioners would make their
first approach to Dr. Adenauer for

British {forming German units as soon as
today | they

returned to Germany this

that a representative of the group | Week:

of United States businessmen is
in London to discuss the ‘purchase
of his partially completed luxury



Tt is st ll an open question how
far the Atlantic Powers’ gesture
of propasing to permit German

vacation village in the Bahamas, |‘t@tical_air support will convince

Butlin, a native of South Africa
who once toured Canada’s carnival
circuit with his parents, has made
a fortune out of running English
resort villages, but his camp on
the grand Bahama island has
been on the verge of bankruptcy

He refused to identify the Ameri-
“an representative or his backers,
but said none of them had any con-
nection with gambling interests.

There have been published re-
ports that Florida gamblers were

planning to take over the project

and fly customers from the U.S.
mainland in chartered planes,
—(C.P.)



Clothes Attract Pilgrims

VATICAN CITY, Dec. 20.

hammedan prince from the

of Kuwait, attracted the attentioz
of many of the 40,000 pilgrims

day for one of the last Holy Year
@udiences to be given
Pius XII.

at Pelican Island 10 days ago

cal Services said

established
pointing

daily and the

39 far doe:

«thousand
va inated

The flowing robes of the Mo-
Per-
sian Gulf, Emir Fahad As Subah;

1

crowding St. Peter’s Basilica to-

by Pope

Dr. O’Mahony, Director of Medi-

“The response of the public to
the app€al to be vaccinated at the

various Centres which have been
has been most disap-
This represents a very
midnight |low percentage of the population
time, Truman would | of the parish of St. Michael. ~The
Acheson | Centres are equipped to deal with

number
t consti



est Germany that its military
service in the Atlantic Army will
not be of an inferior grade

West German Government
quarters, and the Social Democra-
tic opposition at Bonn last night
received with reserve the Brus-
sels communique on an Atlantic
army.

Neither side thought it sug
that Germany’s demands

gested



to be met.

Dr. Kurt) Schumacher
cratic leader declared at Hanover
that his party would reject
Brussels decision so lortig
Allies failed to provide

likely
Nemo-



many.

The Germans themselves would

have to say the final word on
German rearmament, he said.
—Reuter



HOTELS BOOKED
FOR CARNIVAL

(From Our Own Corre pondent)





of the community to come forward



for
equality in European defence were

the
as the
enough
Allied troops to protect West Ger-



Ba




US Troops’ 1,300 Reds Killed

Transfer

Opposed —

W. SHING'VON, Dec, 20. {
Oppos..ion has arson y Con-
Gress to any speedy transfer of |
vdditional American ground troops |
o Europe }
President T.uman’s announce-
ment that more American soldiers |
would be sent across the Atlantic]
as soon as possible was expected |
today to bring demands from law. |
makers fer: |
1. Deta’led” information on}



heavy resistance from

Right Heart

2. Assurances that the United
States will not be stripped of |





military reserves at home BREMERHAVEN wr
There had been speculation that A 5i-year-old =German
five to 10 more divisions might severely sti' hee Mt
be sent to Turone in adeiition t breast, escaped death by a
| approximately 190,000 men already million to one t !
there heart is on the right side
Democrat Senator Walter American Arm Gat }
George, member of the Fore.gn Gablil-wharwes founda it
Relations Committee, told report- of stabl fine “th bk pe oe
ers he thought Congress would Dake ib ey ae
want to know just what western oe poet by 2 Ualted St
. court martial here to six

European nations proposed to do
about helping defend themselves
before a single man went abroad

Another Committee Member,
Senator Alexander Smith (Repub-
lican), said he believed it would
be a mistake for the President
“to send any more troops to Europe
without at least having the appro
val of leaders of Congress”

months hard labour Reuter



MacArthur Censors
News From Korea

TOKYO, Dec, 20





Republican Senator Mart'n General Mae Arthur today im-
former army general, told report-} posed censorship on all news
ers that before any more soldiers | ‘tories, radio broadcasts, magazine
were sent abroad reserves must be] -rticles and photographs on the
built up at home. —Reuter. orean war

After some controversy about
the effectiveness of. the’ present

voluntary censorship, General
MacArthur's press officer issued
Statement saying

“Effective immediately, all
press stories, radio broadcasts
Magazine articles and photographs
pertaining to military operations
whose origin is in Japan, will be
ubmitted to a press
livision for clearance
ransmission

Russia Increases
Exports To U.S.

WASHINGTON, Dee, 20.
Russia has increased her ex-
ports to America of manganese
and chrome ore—vital strategic
materials—since the start of the
Korean war, an official said today
Commerce Department officials

advisory
before

( , “Military operations is inter.
said they could not explain the] j,eted to include all forms, that is,
Soviet | motive but some thought upply, transportation, evacuation
Russia's need for dollars over-? ang

administration as well ag
| casualties and replacements

“News stories emanating
Korea which have been

rode all other considerations,

—Reuter
from

cleared

ei through army controlled ecom-
Stalin Is 71 To-day munication need not be cleaves
‘ unless they have been rewritten
MOSCOW, Dec, 20 n Japan

Greetings to Marshal Stalin for ‘Stories emanating in Kore
his 70th birthday are still appear and transmitted by army con
ing in Moscow newspapers toda trolled facilities will be screened
tomorrow he is 71, for security in Korea under pro
Thousands of groups and in-|cedures which are being set up

dividuals who sent congratulations | there” teuter

have been named in the past yea:
Today’s papers listed 71 groups
A barbed wire wreath will be
ceremon.ously posted here to Mar-



TIBETAN PEOPLE'S

shal Stalin on his 71st birthday GOVT.
tomorrow by West Berlin's anti- FORMED NOV. 24
Communist “fighters aga:nst in LONDON, Dee. 20

humanity”, In East Berlin and A People’s Government”

East Germany street-wide banners] ‘he Tibetan self-governing “

bear birthday wishes to Stalin w th}in Sikang” was formally f{ te ba
the slogans—“who loves Stalinjon November 24, according +

}loves Germany” and “who loves}teport received toda, fro: Pe.
Germany loves Stalin.” Flood 0!) king, New China, news sai iy
messages from the Soviet zone of . aioe

Germany loves Stalin.” Flood of

Marshal Stalin for his “generous

assistance to the German people”
—Reuter,

Deaf Mutes Burnt
To Death

TOKYO, Dee, 20

Ten deaf and dumb students
were burned to death when a fire
razed a school today in Okayama,
Western Japan

Damage was
£10,000

The cause of the fire was
knovn,—-Reuter,

X Mi
FIRE

ze

estimated at

un-



KILLS DAUGHTER
DURING DREAM

MELBOURNE, Dec. 20
A woman who pleaded that she
killed her 19-year-old daughter
with an axe while in a dream was

|

Christmas tre

and

need

acquitted of a murder charge @ Don't use lighted candie
here,
The Defence had called doctors, coration light

a leading psychologist and two

psychiatrists to support the likeli- @ Make sure that ti



The Pope will hold two more PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 18, |hood that the woman, 50-year-old oe
general audiences on Saturday,) Many of the principal hotels in| Mrs. Cognaon, killed her daughter in good conditior
December 23, and on Tuesday,| Trinidad are already booked t¢|to whom she was greatly attached ,

December 26, for pilgrims who| capacity for the Carnival celebra -| while sleep-walking @ Don't let Christmas Wr:
have come to Rome especially for| tions next February. Guest One psychiatrist said that the
the closing ceremonies of the Holy|houses and _ private boarding|actions of the crime —getting out @ Don't alloy ing
year. Also on Saturday at 11 a.m,| houses are turning down reserva-|of bed turning on the lights, open-
(Rome time) the Pope will broad-|tions. It is reported that last}ing two doors, getting the axe pil of wrappings; have
cast his Christmas message to the|Carnival some visitors slept in! from a woodheap, would be pure-
world.—-Reuter. the lobby of the hotels. ly automatic.—Reuter, ul i use
@ Keep matche ay fre
1,894 Get Vaccinat | aL
9 tons @ Have operative fire extir

Up to yesterday 1,894 people tute any effectual barrier against of Medical Services and were even your garden hbs
had been vaccinated at Barbados the introduction of small-pox into vaccinated,
since a suspected case of small-pox the Island. “Besides the Centres which have | ea reach of tre
was removed from a ship in the been already established in St.|
Harbour to the isolation Hospital “I again appeal to the members Michael, other Centres have now @ BUT REMEMBER

been opened Im the parishes of |

ERighth Army svokesman reported in Seoul.
ee aap as ernaeitianatanne”

jimeter in

| Theseus



vecoration ire

careful watching

IN YOUR HOME

UNLESS YOU CAN

And Wounded

TOKYO, Dec. 20.

NITED NATIONS forces were in strong contact
with Communist gr
first major clash on the Bighth Army front for three
weeks. The engagement was along a 30-mile front
or. the 38th parallel nor
The Second, Fifth and Fighth Divisions attempting
to improve their positions on the parallel met no

oups this morning in the

th of Chunchon.

North Korean forces, an

Meanwhile United Nation

other nations’ troop pledges to planes struck at North Korean
| I i

the new combined western lforees from dawn to-day flying

European defence force junder a cloud through flurries

of snow

Yesterday Superfortresses
bombed the supply towns of Tak-
‘hon and Chongju. Light bomb-

ers flew 32 night sorties and this
morning rocket-firing fighters flew
it to strafe troops concentrations,
Cartier planes and big guns

ro warships continued to
“make a deathtrap” of the ground
surrounding the Hungnam per-
northeast Korea, the
United States Navy announced
It was estimated that 1,300 Com-
munists had been killed and
wounded

British planes from the C
blasted targets on the
west coast on the Chinagu area
ind gave air cover to United
Nations warships on patrol while
Royal Air Force Sunderlands
joined American flying boats in a
longs range armed reconnaissance

rrier

American Sabre jets which
fought with Communist Jet-planes
over Northern Korea yesterday
for the second time in three days,
again got the better of the battle
General MacArthur's Headquar-
ters announced

In the first
two types of planes,
shot down one M.1L.G

Four F.85 Sabres, the newest
American Jets in the Far East,
mixed it with 12 Russian type
Jets over the border town of Sin-
uiju in this latest battle Com-
munist aircraft broke away after
suffering damage, the announce-
ment said,

between the
Americans

fight



In this morning's ground en-
counters, South Koreans made
slight gains in a push forward
north of the Parallel at some
points, but their attempts to ad-
vance were stubbornly resisted
by North Korean troops strongly
dug in along the whole 30 mile

Along the
north

Imjin River line, 30
of Seoul, South Kor
i forced an estimated 200
Communists to withdraw after a
two hour fight, an Eighth Arms
pokesman said

South Koreans also scattered a
forth Korean patrol after a brief
skirmish on the parallel 10 miles
outh of Yongchon

mil
nile

nN



Reuter

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ted. An excellent example has Andrew, St. John, St. Peter, St.

been set by the Colonial Secre- Joseph, St. George and St. Philip, AT ONCE

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and other personne! of the Depart- and be vaccinated now P.0. Box 227, Tel. 4465.

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UDY GRAHAM'S Caribbean isiti THURSDAY, Dec. 21, "950
Revelry staged another suc- Visiting her Mother 7 Sn. Toe Nowe: 05 am. Mowe
y stag anor a ISS ERNA MASSIAH, a Bar- Analysis; 7.15 am. Close Down; 12 noon
cessful show at the Globe last Badiag ving in Trin The News; 42.10 p.m. News Analysis: 12.15
night. The Caribettes were again returnea home Sund by : pm. Pre ogramme Parade; 12.18 p.m. Ls
outstanding, these tiny tots doing French liner Gelemnbas eee eee rate, 3 sm. Bivens eee
* 3 4 aa in P i ot ' k ' , t wd) ewsree!
their little dances with grace. jiother Mr Mw OWassiah «who #1 ‘Raita Laugh 2 pam. The News; 2.10
Eusie Graham as Myrah Malicious 4 ° <" Siac p.m. Home News from Britain; 245 p.m
and May Ramdin in the role of Church at Kendal Hill, Christ Sports Review. 2.90 pm. Ring up the
oe e ‘ c Curtain; 3.30 p.r Round Britain Quiz
ability ‘as amateurs. showed great Miss Massiah, who is a school 4 p.m The News; 410 pm. The Dati;
ache . ‘2 ste . Se 4 >
The “Bandoo” by voodoo priest ‘@@cher, is at present staying at Jondvne ‘Armair. 7 im. ‘The Cothedral
(Cedric Phillips and worshippers) ‘ reas ‘ Waters, Worthing, and Organs; 5 p.m. Listeners’ Choice; 5.19
displayed excellent choreography, = to be here for about three 2 _nregresnaae Terese 358 5 Bsn
weeks ariety Orchestra; 6 p.m. Susheela Devi
pes mont a oe ee hich “* 515 pam. Merchant Navy Newsletter; 6.30
: s ys” . e.m. Bdueating Archie; 7 p.m The News
Judy Graham and Roosevelt After 36 Years 7.10 p.m. News Analysis: $15 p.m. We
Tudor showed the versatility of FTER an absence of 36 years see Bxitain; 7.3 pm, Genesally Speek.
the cast by their rendition of the in the US.A., Mrs. Beryl Lyé atl Enustert ae We Geek: GAP ban. Deevey
operatic arias which made the returned to Barbados on Si McLaren Talking; 84 p.m. Think on
show one of the best musicales of via Trinidad by B W.! A. these things; @ p.m. The —— ake
the son, Age » months’ h y i she of Tranton Tracy; 945 pm, Jose Khumbi;
season. three Bi - us holida whic a’ ® 10 pm. The News; 1010 p.m From the
i te tins | Re ee Se ee
ll, St. Th lo wr
R. ‘HERBERT WEAVER, ,Mrs. Lyall is a . ot pages oa
Facing turfite left for Trinidad Vernon Reeves, a member of thé Win Of Children’s
yesterday afternoon by B.W.LA, 5% Thomas Vestry ners l
for the Trinidad Turf Club's
Chtistmas meeting. Second Visit Christmas Competition
Leaving by the same plane was AYING her second visit to Ul :
. —_— Ms
Mrs. Edgar Crossley who has gone island in 35 years, Mrs. Lilian Seniors Hyacinth Inniss, St
over to join her husband who left Headley of the U.S.A rrived ra
a few days ago. here on Sunday by B.W.I "A via em
Trinidad for a holiday which she J a . Ww nba Fl
. ween : a Sl ty uniors — ( illiams oris |}
Not Retur will spend with her relatives i a > ‘
R. CARL gears. had all St. Thomas Dale, St. John
. DONS, who had all Mrs. Headley. who was last here Marilyn Gibbs, Croydon,
his bags packed, ready to eres : y
' zaee ? 24 years ago, is a si Mrs, Hastir
return to the British Council in Carlisle Boucher of “\ ’ Arch Will you please call for your
oes er a any - Eng- Hall, St. Thomas prizes between the hours of 9.00 i
vill not now be returning 5 2 4.00 b.m_ to-morrow
At the last moment he was offered Shocked ' .
a job at a Hostel which the British Ae ee resident in Ba
Council are running in Londor ving Eng
and he has accepted it who usec € ccasi
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ERNIE PARKINSON -

Me eivnt from Venezuela on -
Monday afternoon by B.W.I.A
to spend Christmas with his family
He is with Mene Grande O1 Co. i;
Venezuela and will be ning
on December 28th

retur

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Linda DARNELL June ALLYSON

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(5) WHISPERING HOPE
(6) MUMBO-JUMBO

(7) NORA-NORA

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(3) WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE
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(9) CUMANA

(10) SILENT NITE

(11) RAMADHIN ON THE
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THURSDAY,

Beauly Is
Peril, Says
Doctor

From NEWELL ROGEKS
NEW YORK, Dec. 9.
Is beauty a menace to woman



DECEMBER 21,

1950

Malnutrition | HARBOUR L0G | fan Mills For:

High For N.Z.
Children

By J. C. GRAHAM
AUCKLAND, N.Z.

One of the healthiest countries

when she worships her own ap-jin the world, New Zealand is con-

pearance?
Yes, said Dr. Max Rubinstein
tonight. And he is a Hollywood

physician to film stars.

He believes beauty worship is
a secret cause of many broken
romances.

He says: “There are women
who so idolise their beauty that
they can think of nothing else.
They are iceberg actresses.”

Two stars are listed tonight by
the National Association of
Women Artists as among “the ten

most stimulating faces in
America.”

But the artists warn they are
Mot chosen for beauty. Ava
Gardner is listed because, they
say, her face has the potential
explosiveness of the hydrogen
bomb» Lauren Bacall is chosen
for excitement “a bold and
venturesome face.”

SIR HUBERT WILKINS, the
Arctic explorer, tells Americans

their troops coulq be carried in
submarines under the Arctic Ocean
to within striking aistance of
Russian industrial centres.

And a magazine reports that the
U.S. Air Force Defence Command
Headquarters was moved from
near New York to the heart of the
Rocky Mountains because of the



are being

Six thousand

again.
delegates at the mid-century con-
ference on children and youth are

advpcated

discussing them. Arguments
against—only poor families would
get larger. Bonuses are Socialistie
Arguments for—large families of
all kinds are decreasing. Bonuses
Guarantee every child some basic
necessities.

HOW TIME FLIES Department:
One of America’s largest news
agencies issued a 160 word ex-
planation today For the benefit
of the younger generation”’—the
meaning of the words Dunkirk
and Munich when applied to the
Korean crisis.

FOR DRIVING a man 130 miles
to ask a girl to marry him, Texas
cabbie D, L. Grizzle received a
£357 tip. The girl said Yes.

HENRY FORD is to forego the
competitive advantage of selling
cars more cheaply than his great
rival, General Motors,

Because his costs have gone up
at a rate of nearly £37,000,000 a
year since June—the month the
Korean war started — he has to
abandon his earlier decision to try
to hold the price line, and will
raise the prices of his cars, too.



Boy Electrocuted

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 18,

A 13-year-old boy, Peter Singh,
was electrocuted shortly after 11
o’clock on Monday morning last
while at work at the home of Mrs
Evelyn Mapp at 25 Hyderabad
Street, St, James.

He was assisting in the cleanin:
of Mrs. Mapp’s garden and when
he went to remove a bit of wire
from a rose plant he was shocked
and began to bleed.

The Port-of-Spain Corporation
Electricity Board was summoned
and the current cut off. Singh
died on his way to the Colonial
Hospital.

$1,000 Reward

(From Our Own Cerrtepondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 18,
George Boyce, of Valencia
Village, who, after a 15-day man—
hunt by the Police, supplied in-
formation which led to the arrest
of Randolph Fraser, wanted for
four murders was handed a cheque
for the $1,000 reward offered by
the Police at Police Headquarters,
Port-of-Spain.




























complete

cerned over a report of a start-
lingly high rate of malnutrition
among children. >

The report was made by Dr.
A. W. S. Thompson, government
health officer, after an investiga-
tion in Auckland.

“Breakfasts nutritionally poor
in value are eaten by 36 per cent
of children, poor lunches by 25
per cent and poor evening meals
by 8.5 per cent. The day’s menu,
considered as a whole, is poor in
quality in nearly 35 per cent of
cases. ;

“These are staggering conclu-
sions about a population such as
ours, in a land of plenty, where
the actual expenditure of food is
so high, and especially when it is
remembered that the survey con-
tained no single case of unemploy-
ment, or a slum dwelling, or of
actual neglect.”

Hotel meals in New Zealand
were all the same — substantial,

| badly cooked and served, unim-

aginative, inexpressibly English,
and dull as a wet Auckland Sun-
day, Dr. Thompson added.—(CP)

End Of An
Odyssey



CROWDS in the streets
Christchurch, New Zealand, on
20th, November welcomed 30

year-old Lord Kilbracken as he
drove a Morris Oxford into the
town. It was the end of a 17,000
miles trip through 14 countries
which began in London in March
and gave Lord Kilbracken the
honour of being the first man to
this half-way-round-
the-world overland journey since

the war.
He described the performance
of the Oxford, loaned by the

Nuffield Organization, as “consis+
tently outstanding and typifying
solid British workmanship”,

Lord Kilbracken began the

journey as John Godley, Sunday

newspaper reporter, and through
the death of his father a short
time ago he succeeded to the
peerage.

His great-grandfather founded

Christchureh 100 years

was invited by the New
Zealand Government to represent
the family at the centenary
commemoration,

The drive has covered every
conceivable type of terrain, in all
types of climate, including primi-
tive roads in “iron curtain”
countries and’. severe desert
conditions,

Speaker Speaks Out

(From Our Own Corgethpondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dee. 18,
The Hon. William Savary, K.C,,
Speaker of the Legislative Council,
has reminded members of his



the service of the Council should
they misconduct themselves while
he was addressing the House, He
said: “As members know they are
free to leave the Chamberat any
time, but not while the Speaker
is addressing the House.” This

arose from an incident at last
Friday’s meeting when seven
members left their seats and

walked out of the Chamber while
the Speaker was addressing the
Council. “An act that is dis-
respectful to the Speaker and to
the rest of the Council’, he said.

E “ rn
ROYAL “BEBOP
LONDON.
Princess Marie Louise, a grand-
daughter of Queen Victoria, gave
this definition of modern music
at a recent luncheon: “It’s like
modern life — a lovely melody,
then discord and a crash. Like
modern life, it is sometimes hard
to understand.”—(CP)
















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M.V. Sedgefield; Sch. onderful
Counsellor; Yacht Term TMI; Sch. W. L.
Bunicia; Sch. Rosarene; Sch. Gloria
Henrietta; Seh. D’Ortac; M.V. C. L. M.
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ARRIVALS

Sch. Mary M. Lewis, 69 ton net, Capt,
Marshall, from British Guiana.

Sch. Rosarene, 60 tons net, Capt.
Hazell, from British Guiana.

M.V. Canadian Challenger, 3,935 tons
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S.S. Liayderest, 4,911 toms net, Capt.
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In Touch With Barbados
Ci Station

CABLE and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd adyise
that they can now communicate witn
the following ships through their Bar-
bades Coast Station.

S.S. Lugano; S$.S. Fort Duquesne; S.S.
Bowrio; S.S. Bacchus; 8.S. Alcoa Pii-
grim; S.S. Alcoa Pointer; SS. ADbedyk:
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11al Toronto; S.S, Esso Rechmond; §.S.
Tiberius; S.S. Samana; S.S, Aleoa Otip-
per; S.S. Choloma; S.S. O. M. Bernuth;
S.S. Uruguay; S.S. Mormacland; 5.8.
S. Rosa; S.S. Queen Elizabeth; S.5.
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5.8. Folke Bernadotte; S.S. Cazador; S.S.
Sehie; S.S. Franz Klasen; S.S. Maria De
Larrinaga; S.S. Regent Lion; S.S. Nidar.
dal; S.S. Wilford; 3.S. Bssi; 3.S. My-
ken; S.S. Casablanca, S.S. Federal; S.S.
Esso Scranton; S.S. Lady Rodney; 8.8.
Hat Creek; 8.S. Manny; S.S. Tug Dra-
gon; S&S. City of Delhi; 5.S.
Mountain.

Seawell

ARRIVALS By B.W.1LA.L.
From Trinidad;
Michael Deane; Pearl Deane; George
Deane; Carol Deane; Barry Deane Stan-

of} lay Deane; Carmen Wilkinson; Da Costa

Vaughan; George De Nobriza; Oliver

Hull; Ezra Ford; Leonard Broom; Bruee
Hall; Michael Hall; Stephanie Hall,
Elizabeth Hall; Hon. Frances Hutson

M.L.C.; Phillis Herbert; Derek Davies
From DOMINICA;
Mr. Herbert Hurtig; Mr, R, A. Fabian.
DEPARTURES By B.W.LA.L.
For TRINIDAD;

Gertrude Beil; Beryl Bell; Elsie Hus-
bands; Angela Mayers; Ethel Lester:
Margaret Corbin; frothy #Monsleque;
Kathleen Knowles; Gerard Aqui; Carmen

Pounder; Leslie Corbin; Louis Fisher;
William Ecklasburg.
For ST. V *

Thomas Davis; Rev. es Ton-

a |
geren; Emile Bell; R. N. Jack,
For DOMINICA;
Bishop Demets; Henderson Weithers;
Dorothy Weithers; Geoffrey Bard.

The Canadian Bank
Of Commerce

Bridectown, Barbados, B.W.1.
RATES OF EXCHANGE
20th December, 1950

Selling Buying
: 61 4/10
10% pr, Cheques on /10% pr.
33. 3/10% Pp re
Demand 61.25% pr. |
Drafte6l 1/10% pr.
63 3/10% pr. Gable 80 9/10% pr.
eae Goupous 59 2/10% pr.
50% pr. Silver 20% pr.

Cut Waste Hours

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 18.
Suggestions for transport im-
provements in Trinidad have been
made by Mr. Lionel Cross, Mr.
Cross who is the Assistant Traffic
Superintendent stresses the need

| for a strict observance of working

hours and the arrangement of

authority to suspend them from } -chedules so that an effective use

of man hours would be obtained
and every effort made to reduce
waste of man hours, :

Mr. Cross draws attention to
the fact that for 1951, the Board
allocated $17,241.44 for sick leave
and asks even if the Board could
afford this, was it in their best
interest to encourage sickness in
an undertaking when punctuality
and attendance are the primary
requirements.

e recommends the abolition of
the system of free travel for
policemen. He said it was not
only unnecessary but the privil-
ege was abus and conductors
when unable to account for pas-
sengers, use it as an excuse.

This memorandum of sugges-
tions for improvement of the

Municipal nee services in
Port- Spain followed Mr. Cross’
observations of the Transport

Method of Operations and Admin-
istration of the London Transport
Executive. '

|| TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Christmas — C

Placing their toys, artificial) a a
flowers and other Jhristmas wares 1%






in the most attractive positions, | at | hi

| st \ is world - famous
both women and men are combir iS \ y ee ae
the city streets and getting oneal WA remedy soothes away hoarse-
Sales. sa

The variety of colours and sizes chest and lungs.

of the artificial flowers are many
and the buyer has a wide scope
for choice. Judging by the number
of sellers who show their mate-
rials on Swan Street as against the |
other streets, much more selling |
is done along there. }

Although most of them are
always attending a customer, it is
not likely that one can pass near
one of these sellers and not be
induced to buy. Even the women
who usually sit with their baskets
in front of them along Swan Street
and seem to get little of the combs,
edge, cotton and such like sold are
being kept very busy serving cus- |
tomers. They have decorated their |
baskets with toy fan-mills.

Among all the bustle, the ery of
the Polar man is heard as he tell
one that the day is warm and he
has frozen sweets. He too is mak- | 3
ing many sales on Swan Street
and Baxters Road.

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.Thursday, December 21, 1950

ARUBA

THE drive to encourage tourists from
Europe, Canada and the United States is
on throughout the Caribbean. Luxury
hotels, holiday camps, special entertain-
ment cruises and other devices have been
adopted in order to attract people to spend
their summer and winter holidays in the
West Indies.

Each colony vies with the other and
competition is very fierce. The need to
earn dollars has made it so. It is useless
to make these lavish preparations and then
hesitate to tell the people whom we want
to visit us what is being done for their
comfort and. enjoyment.







A new brochure advertising Aruba,
Netherlands West Indies, has been sent to
the office of this newspaper and it is clear
that when the potential tourist reads of
the things which Aruba has to offer his
first impulse will be to book an early
passage there. The beaches, businesses,
and “beauties” find places beside the more
sedate church and hospital. In addition to
all this there is a lovely map of the island
and aerial views of the city.

The Barbados Publicity Committee have
announced their intention to produce a
new brochure advertising Barbados and it
is well that a map of the West Indies show-
ing the position of Barbados will be in-
cluded among the other illustrations.
The new brochure makes improvements
on former attempts.

Barbados has much by way of natural
beauty to offer the tourist from Europe
or the United States and Venezuela;
but it is no use having things to offer
without letting the stranger know. En-
couraging tourists is good business and
there is no form of business which can
thrive without proper advertising. If then
tourism is good business it must be treated
in the way all other forms of good business
are treated. The potential visitor must be
told of the good things in Barbados: he
must be told in the hotels, on the street,
on the ship, in the plane and in his news-
paper. The appeal is different in each
case but it must be directed towards the
same object. The people of Aruba have
found this out, and their brochure com-
bines useful information with illustrations
of the beauty of their island.

Carts

THIRTY-FIVE years ago Barbados could
not boast of 500 motor vehicles and the
Legislature in its wisdom then provided
that vehicles of burden should be confined
to the less busy streets of Bridgetown.
Animal drawn vehicles and handcarts were
only allowed to pass through Broad Street
at certain specified times in the forenoon
and again in the evening. That provision
has not been changed since.

To-day there are about eight thousand
motor vehicles in*Barbados with 2,000 in
St. Michael and another thousand in
Christ Church being used for private and
taxi services. The number of bicycles has
increased until the number in St. Michael
now reaches nearly 10,000.

. The time has come when slow moving
vehicles of burden should be kept out of
the more busy thoroughfares, at least dur-
ing the hours of business. They should be
restricted to the wharf and streets outside
the immediate city.

Handcarts managed by three men and
with several thousand pounds of goods
atop and with the wheels sinking in the
asphalt surface interrupt unnecessarily
the free flow of traffic. For several months
some of the “buses have been prevented
from passing through Broad Street be-
cause it was felt that they would impede
the flow of traffic. If this argument can
be used against ‘buses then it is even a
stronger argument against handearts and
animal drawn vehicles.

Our Readers Say:



y first

economic

stressed by Mr. Andrew Dalgleish
a leading figure in the British
T.U.C., when he addressed
members of the Colonial group
of the British Empire Society



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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Advice ‘To Colonial Trade Unions

From Our London Correspondent.

NDON,
unions should
on politics, but
improvement of
conditions. This was

Colonial
concentrate

trade
not
on the

last week.

By so doing, he said, these
unions would command a greater
influence in the affairs of their
territories. He did not object to
participation of trade unions in
politics, but that should evolve
with the organizations and growth
of responsible leadership in the
unions,

Too much
pected

should not be ex-
of colonial trade unions
fit this stage, he warned. Until
1930. Labour legislation existed
in only four British territories —
British Guiana, Malta, Northern
Rhodesia and Hong Kong — but
there has
change since 1940
Colonia] Development and Wel-
fare Act was passed. This Act
stipulated that the Secretary of
State for the Colonies should
satisfy himself that fair conditions
of labour existed in the develop-
ment projects on which the grant
was used,

In Nigeria now there were 130
registered trade unions while the
Gold Coast, which had
unions in 1941, had 40.

Dealing with the education of
trade unionists and the help
given by Britain, Mr. Dalgleish
pointed out that at the 1950 Trade
Union Congress, a sum of £37,000

been a remarkable

when the

no trade



was voted for the benefit of
colonial trade unions.

number of colonial trade
unionists were either taking fuil-
time courses in Britain or came
on educational tours to see
British trade unions at work.
But the education of a few was
not enough. Much more must
be done in the colonies them-
selves. A possible way out in
West Africa was the proposal to
open a Ruskin type of workers
college at Ibadan in Nigeria.

Economic Cia ditions |

In almost every colony, he
remarked, there was a Labour
department with Labour Advisers
to help and advise in the suc-
cessful running of unions, In
fact, labour legislation in many
places was ahead of the needs
of labour,

There was stil! some difficulty
in the recognition of trade unions
by employers. In many instan-
ces, demands of unions were
either fantastic or crudely put,
but employers could do a lot
more to avoid bitterness and
misunderstanding by taking im-
mediate steps to reach settle-
ment before the situation got
out of hand. It was justifiable
for employers to expect increased
productivity, but there again,
the question hinged on education
and the training of responsible
union leaders, higher post# for
the local inhabitants, better
houses and wages and the culti-
vation of a feeling of partnership.

In development projects trade
unions should not be _ ignored,
although they could not wield as
much power as Britain.

Frustration and dissatisfaction

in the colonies was caused by
the feeling of mdigenous inhabi-
tants that their
woes were due to their being
under alien rule and that thes«
troubles would cease if that yok«
was removed. It was essential
both for the colonies themselve:
and Britain, that this distrust
and suspicion should be remove:
by taking the people — the in-
telligentzia in particular — intc
confidence.

miseries anc

He had heard it said by many
distinguished colonial people, in-
cluding lawyers, doctors and even
a university professor, that they
were more honoured in other
countries than in Britain. That
was not good enough. It
should be remembered, he
warned, that one foolish and
tactless act on either side would
lead to repercussions on the other
He stressed the need for tact and
understanding on both sides.

Mr, Dalgleish, who has been a
member of the British T.U.C.
for some thirty years, confined
his references to Africa, because,
he said, his knowledge of condi-
tions there was more personal
than in any other territory. He
had visited Northern Rhodesia
twice — once as the chairman
of a commission.which reported
on Labour conditions in the
Copper belt. A member of the
three-man commission which en-
quired into the 1948 disturbances
in the Gold Coast, he has just
returned from, Nigeria after serv-
ing on the committee appointed
by the Secretary of State for the
colonies to advise on _ labour
relations there.



Maudie=The Adventures Of
A Reluctant Out-Of-Date

MAUDIE LITTLE-HAMPTON

represents the under-privileged
aristocracy who, in order to
maintain their accustomed style

in an unaccustomed world, soil
their fingers in commerce without
getting them soiled enough, con-
duct bitter price-cutting wars
with neighbours over the rates o!
admission to stately homes, and
smartly export themselves to the
United States before the flood of
cheap foreign countesses can
spoil that market.

Through Osbert Lancaster’s
pocket cartoons every Daily
Express reader knows her trials
—her wooing of elderly ambas-
sadors; for their diplomatic petrol,
the hardship of having a_politi-
cally minded cook (Well, daar,
I expect you’d be spending a lot
of time in the Ritz nowadays if
your cook were gallantly con-
testing a Tory stronghold”), hei
unstinted efforts to promote
Anglo-American good will (‘What
I can’t get straight about your
Civil War colonel, is whether
George Washington was on Abra-
ham Lincoln's side or Vivien
Leigh's”).

Those who do know her
and have 8s. 6d, to spare will
without further recommendation
from me at once buy Osbert
Lancaster’s “album”, ‘“Facades
and Faces,’ published to-day by
John Murray: and in doing so
they will buy something even
more delightful than Maudie,

New Satire

For although Lancaster makes
Maudie’s eyes protrude on about
half the pages, he uses the other



8a.
Mr. G.

By J.P. W. Mallalieu M.P.

half of the album to produce
what I think is an entirely new
form of satire.

It is called Afternoons with
faedeker.

Each “afternoon” consists in
parts of a double-page drawing

“Darling, do think o e-
one we really loathe thon
Jennifer can make a Christ-

mas present for

in
andicrafts class |”



which, though imaginary, epito-
muses a place—the wealthier part
of Manhattan, the more deadly
part of a French town, the more
portentous part of a Bavarian.
estate.

But the drawings are not left



0

to themselves. Each is accom-
pauied by some verses; and it is
from the combination of verse
and drawing that the full satire
emerges.

vust once the satire is savage
The statue of an Irish-looking
figure in Grecian robes standing
in © cheerless square against a
blackened sky is accompanied by
this verse:—

The distant Seychelles are not so
remote

Nor Ctesiphon as ultimately dead

As this damp square round which
tired echoes float

Of something brilliant that George
Moore once said;

Where, still, in pitch-pine snugs
pale poets quotes,

Verses rejected by Bodley
Head,

For in this drained aquarium no |
breeze

Deposits pollen from more fertile
shores

Or kills the smell of long un-
opened drawers

That clings for ever to
dripping trees, ...

Good Chance .. .

In his preface Lancaster hopes,
while his landscapes may be
thought by the hypercritical to
fall a little short of Turner's, that
the accompanying stanzas may
not be deemed invariably to fall
below the level of Turner’s
poems,

I have never heard of Turner’s
puvems. But I think that Lan-
caster’s satire has a good chance
of lasting as long as Turner’s
landscapes.—-L..E.S.

the

these

Christmas Cheer



Music

To The Editor, The Advocate—

Sir,—The Trinidad and Tobago
Steelband Association wish the
people of Barbados a happy
Christmas and a prosperous New
Year.

I am of the opinion that the
presence of a group of young-
sters from our Association, under
the guidance of a very dynamic
secial worker, Mrs. Violet Thrope,
wili lend a hand in their own
inimitable manner in bringing a
novel touch to your Yuletide
festivities.

In Trinidad, thanks to the Youth
Council and the Government
Steelband Committee we have
done much to set the “steelband”
on the road to playing its full
pert in West Indian Culture. .

We have been beset with many
difficulties in gaining — social
acceptance for this art-form and
we look forward to this visit of
our juniors to your pleasant
shores with anxiety and hope

Barbados is famous for its
weiceme and hospitality and we
assure you that in turn these
young pioneering amba
will delight and intrigue y:
the captivating melodic

sadors
u with
whict

they produce with their instru-
ments — instruments born of
necessity to fill the irrepressible
urge of the West Indies to
produce music.
CARLYLE PETER KERR.
Trinidad and Tobago Steelband
Association,
Cocorite Youth Centre.
December 12, 1950,

Social Work Appeal

To The Editor, The Advocate—

Sir,—The Army's Annual Secial Appeal
is to provide Christmas Cheer parcels for
poor families and treats for needy
children and to awist the Social Work
programme during 1950, The Appeal

on Saturday, December 23rd
Further donations in cash, food or
clothing are earnestly solicited. Dona-
tions should be addrawed to
Salvation Army, P.O, Box 57,
town. If unable to send your
please dial 2467 and an Official Collector
will call.

Previously acknowledged $733.94
Dear's Garage 5.00
A. T. Phillips, Esq 2.00
Ss. A. Hammond, Esq 10.00
H. & J 5.00
Bowring Bros. Ltd. Newfound-

i, (per Da Costa & Co.,
s Clarke 1.0
1.00



Friend 2.4

Evelyn 5.00
Jason Jones & Co. 5.00
Javon Jones Garage 10.00
Cc. L, Pitt & Co. 10.00
Wilkinson & Haynes Co, Ltd 5.00
RM, Jones & Co, Ltd. §,00
Imperial Optical Co 8.00
Huskisson’s De; ses 3.00
Smith's Shipping Service 2,00
Chelsea Garage ......... 5.00
Barbados Co.op Cotton Factory
Ltd. 35.00

A Parcel of Children’s clothing 1%
giatefully acknowledged from the St

Michael's Girls School, also Gifts in
kird from the following — Cit
Phormacy; Crown Mineral Water Co

Stansteld Scott & Co.; Gittens
& Co. and John Gill & Co

Croney

Graves

To The Editor, The Advocate—

Sir,—I have read in to-day’s
Advocate that once again the
superintendent and Treasurer of
the Westbury Cemetery is ap-
pealing to owners of graves to
have them cleaned up for the
coming festival.

I wonder if it would be asking
too much of this gentleman if-he
would in turn have the Westbury
Cemetery cleaned up for the
coming festival of those childre

} frequent the cemetery and
teal the flowers as soon as
ire placed on graves

RIP.

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Please grant us space to
return thanks for the following
further very welcome donations

The Hon: H. A. Cuke ..,. $
Two country Friends ....
Mr. St. Clair Hunte ....
T.C.H. * $2.00; H.G.H.
1.20 Bh ics

5.00
25.00
5.04

a eee ene oa 5 3.20
Mise P, Smith... . G35. 60
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Skeat 2.00
R.D. $1.00; Miss H.
EUAN eosin ae o's hints 1,00
Mr, and Mrs. E. T. Davis 1.00
A Beene CW). kaa s 2.48
Messrs. Thani Bros, (and

CORTE). be vas s 10.90
A Friend (F.H) .. 2.60
Mr. D. F. de Abreu 2.00
A Friend (S.H.) 10,00
Miss Kellman 2.88
A Friend (M) Pe, 5.00

Total to date $127.20.

May I add that if any sub-
scribers are interested and find
it convenient to look in at the
distribution, planned for Todas
at the Bethel Church Halj at 4.30
p.m., they will be very welcome

FRANCIS GODSON,
B. CROSBY,
J.R.1 CRANE

December 18

Y

1950



‘Can Europe Arm In Time’

My Kingsbury Smith
(European General Manager 1.N.S.)
PARIS, Dec. 15,
‘ Russia is engaged to-day in military pre-
parations on a scale greater than was Adolph

Hitler when he started World War II.
| Western Imtelligence reports show that] /

Russia is not only strengthening her own
massive military machine but is steadily
arming Eastern Germany and other Satellite
States.

Also these reports indicate that the oI

| munist bloc troops are being armed and

trained offensively rather than defensively.
Russia now has more troops under arms
and more combat planes in active service
than Hitler had when the Nazi armies over-
ran Western Europe in 1940.
Hitler in that campaign had available 130

divisions and approximately 4,000 front-line |

combat planes:

To-day Russia is credited by Western
officials with having 175 active divisions
and at least 19,000 combat planes.

The Allied Forces which Hitler
in Western Europe - included 100
Divisions, 22 Belgian, 11 British
Dutch Divisions.

To-day those same Western Allied Powers
have available for defence less than 15
divisions—weakly-equipped and mostly
dermanned.

With more than 2,000,000 men already on

overran
French
and 12

active duty, Russia is considered capable of |;

putting 300 divisions in the field within 60
days and 500 divisions within a few months
after full mobilization. Russia’s manpower

pool of trained reserves is reported to ote

12 million men.

Russia’s Navy is being built up on a scale
never before known, concentrating mostly
on submarines. It is estimated Russia will
have 1,000 submarines by late next year.
These include long-range craft capable of
operating across oceans and also “pocket-
subs” which ean be launched from mother
surface ships. The latter are believed to
be similar in type but much more modern
than those the Japanese used in attacking
Pearl Harbor.

Other Soviet Naval programme details in-
clude: Reported construction of two 20,000-
ton aircraft carriers (it has one 23,000-ton
carrier); five new 35,000-ton battleships, two
reportedly completed. Also ‘Russia is be-
lieved to be completing two new 8,800-ton
cruisers to give the navy a total of seven
fast ships of this class.

Modern tanks are reported rolling off
Russian assembly lines at a rate of 3,000
yearly. Western Defence Chiefs estimate
the Soviets have a total of 40,000 tanks, of
which 12,000 are front-line machines and the
rest in Reserve. Twenty per cent of these
are believed to be heavy ones of 50 to 70
tons.

Russia also is believed to be producing five
different types of jet planes at a combined
rate of 2,000 yearly. Some of these are con-
sidered to be as good as anything produced
by the Western Allies.

Russia also is building up Satellite fighting
forces in Eastern Europe. These forces are
estimated at more than 500,000 men at the
moment. These are trained in Russian at-
tack methods, the same disregard for losses
that characterized Soviet operations in
World War II.

Former Czechoslovakian officers who fled
to the West, report their country’s army was
switched from a defensive to an offensive
instrument shortly after the communist
coup d’etat early in 1948.

Poland is the most striking example of
how the Satellites are being militarily soviet-
ized. The Polish army has been put under
sugreme command of Russian Marshal K. K.
Rokossovsky and is now estimated to num-
ber more than 350,000 men with a target
goal of 700,000 by 1952 reportedly being set.

Poland’s army budget was doubled this
year compared to 1949. Military Service
terms were lengthened from 24 to 27 months
and to three years in the Air Force and
Navy.

For the first time in Poland’s history wo-
men are being conscripted for military ser-
vice. Regular military training for all men
up to 50 is imminent.

Since Marshal Rokossovsky took over a
year ago nearly 300 Poiish Officers have been
dismissed and replaced by Russians and
Poles trained in Soviet Military Academies.

Similar Sovietization of the Bulgarian,
Rumanian and Hungarian Armies is being
carried out as Russia arms itself and its
puppet states.

The purposes of these communist moves
are known only to the Kremlin’s rulers. But
to Western leaders the threat of an eventual
Russian at’ack on the West is all too clear.

Can Western Europe arm in time against
this threat?

At the moment Western defences are very
feeble. Even “on paper” the proposed At-
lantic Alliance Army will number only 40
to 50 divisions against the massive commun-
ist-bloc armies. And the plan calls for three

| years'even to complete that number,

Western leaders are thinking in terms of
this number of highly mobile divisions be-
ing able, to prevent a possible World War

| Ik And banking on reported American
superiority in atomic weapons to deter the
Russians from making

attack in

any

near

future—LN,S,

the



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CHRISTMAS

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MAKE IT A HAPPY XMAS

HAMS

Legs Average 15lbs.
Picnics Average Tbs?
Hams in tins 2s., 4s.,

FRUIT CAKES

For Xmes Presents
12s.

LIQUOR DEPT.

Gold Braid Rum (3 yrs. old)
Top Notch Rum

Prunier Brandy

Vielle Cure, Qts. & Pts.
Rhine Wines

Sandeman Wines

Tuborg Beer

SOUDA CHEESE





MEAT DEPT,
Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens,
Rabbits, Frozen Red Salmon,
Turtle Steak and Soup, Red

Apples, Fresh Vegetables.

EDAM CHEESE

GODDARDS

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1950

LARGE SUPPLIES
OF MEAT WILL |
BE AVAILABLE

HERE WILL BE no shortage
cf beef and pork at Christ-

A butcher at the Public
Market told the Advocate yester-
aay that he expects to have large
Supplies of both pork and beef ir
stock.

He said

mas.

that in of ¢é
shortage of local beef
still the imported beef to be sold

The market will be opened
every morning throughout the
holiday season, but a few butchers
are anticipating taking their
holiday from Sunday. One said
that he would advise his customers

to take fheir supplies of meat
from that morning otherwise they
Tuesday.

case
there is

might be without on Monday and
BOUT 40 yards of the break-
water at the Princess Alice
Playfield has been completed. Mr.
Evan Nurse, foreman, told the
Advocate yesterday that if the sea
Temains calm he expects that the
job will be finished in less than
six months.

Nurse has been connected with
the Public Works Department for
the past 15 years. He has ereciea
breakwaters at the Harbour Police
Pier, Esplanade and St. Anns Fort,

He said that when they first
Started at the Reef they haq to

pair parts of the old breakwater

it were undermined by the sea.
The trucks from the Sanitary De-
partment brought refuse to fill in
large open spaces and this kept
out the water. They are now
being supplied with bits of iron
pipe from the Water Works De-
partment and these will be placed
against the wal] to form a support.
MAN walked around certain
districts, pretending to be an
employee of the Biscuit Factory,
and obtained money from three
people by false pretenses. On
all occasions he promised the
people that he would supply them
with flour bags.

On Sunday his two victims were
Erma Lavine of Mount Standfast,
St. James ang Belfield Alleyne of
Holders Hill in the same parish.
From Lavine he obtained $3 while
he received $3.84 from Alleyne.

From Doreen Holder of Spoon-
ers Hill he obtained $2.08 on
‘Tuesday.

IE BAG BUSINESS has been

going on in Bridgetown for
over a half century. People in
this business buy sugar and rice
bags from wholesale and retail
merchants and in turn sell them
to factories where the bags are
filled with sugar during the crop
season.

Before these bags are sold t
the factories they are washed and
dried. This continues throughout
the year. They are afterwards
stored away in bonds.

At Suttle Street there is a firm
that has been in the bag business
for the past 15 years, The regular
drying spot of this firm is at the
back of the Public Market.

Tf 8 O'CLOCK last night the

Sunday School children of
St. Mary’s Church staged the
Nativity play “Christ Is Born” at
the Church. The large crowd
that attended very much ap-
preciated the performance.

Before the play began the St.
Mary’s Choir enlivened the at-
mosphere with Carols.

PUMPKIN vine has started

to grow on the Princess
Alice Playfield and shortly this
may be bearing pumpkins. This
vine was not planted by anyone,
but perhaps a bird dropped a seed
on the ground.

The grass on the field has now
grown very long and one of the
groundsmen told the Advocate
yesterday that they are looking
forward to a motor mower to cope
with the growth.

At midday yesterday only a
few sheep could be seen grazing
on the ground. The majority of
school children on vacation find it
impossible to play on the field
beeause of the long grass.







This point duty Constable at the corner of Broad and Prince William
vehicles and pedestrians.
When he stops traffic it is time for pedestrians to cross,

pedestrians must stop.



YOUR GUESS

AN extra five dollars
Christmas week is nothing
wink at, The luck of securing
such a welcome piece came to
Miss Eunice Seale of Baxter's
Road yesterday. She was the win-

ner of this week's Guess Photo
Competition in the Advocate
newspaper. She answered cor-

rectly “the cupola on the building
opposite the Eye Hospital, Bay
Street,” in reply to the question
“Where is this and what is it?”

There were other competitors
who guessed that it was a cupola,
but they putit on the wrong
building. One such said it was

the cupola on District F Police |

Station, and another described it
as the cupola on the Advocate
building,

One competitor revealed an
imperfect knowledge of the local
prison house when he called
the sentry look-out at Glendairy !
Prison. Another thought it was
the Flagstaff at Clapham, and
someone else guessed incorrectly
that it was the New York Hotel
in Baxter’s Road,

Another guesser who concen-
trated on the city area called it
the old Y.M.C.A. at Pinfold Street,
and another the Life Insurance
building in Broad Street. Still in
St. Michael a competitor hazard-
ed the guess that the photo was
one of the lookouts on Mr. Keith
Walcott’s house at Spooner’s Hill.

Moving into Christ Church an
unlucky guesser tried the repily
“Grand Stand House”, Garrison
A second said,
on top Marine Hotel”.



Two Months for 1/-

CLEOPHAS BROWN of the Ivy
Village was yesterday sentence«
to two months’ imprisonment witn
hard labour by the Judges of i
Assistant Court of Appeal
G. L, Taylor and Mr, J, W. .
Chenery. In passing sentence, the
judges confirmed the decision o!
Police Magistrate Mr. H. A.
Talma who _ sentenced Brown
when he found him guilty of the
larceny of a shilling on Swan
Street last Saturday.

Brown who has two previous
convictions for larceny ang one
for house-breaking and larceny
was also ordered to pay 8/4 costs
in seven days or in default 7 days’
imprisonment. Brown’s last offence
was December 8, when he was
fined £6 for the larceny of
£1 11s 5d., property of Ivy Sobers.

The shilling was the property of
Kenneth Carter of Welches Road
The shilling was dropped from the
second floor of Holder Bros,, to
one Victor Bynoe, It fell on the
pavement and Brown took it up
and put it in his pocket,

Brown’s derence was that he
picked up the shilling and en-
quired to whom it belonged.
About three people said it was
theirs and he asked whether one
shilling could belong to three
people.

Se

j
during ;
to |

|; many



it |

Jug Jug Will
Be Scarce

JUG JUG, which can almost
be called the Barbadian Christ-
mas dish, will not be seen on
tables this Christmas. Not
only is guinea corn flour scarce,
but so are green peas. Sorrel, an-
other must, is searce too, bic
there are some hams and plenty
of fruit

Dry peas are also scarce, but
there will be no difficulty in get-
ting split peas. Rice, of course
except on very rare occasions is
always with us, and butchers’
knives will work overtime on
pigs, sheep, goats and cows, ~

There will be turkeys for those

| who can afford them and fowls,

vabbits and ducks. .Some _ stores
and shops have a.good supply of
cooking butter, and cheese can
; also be had. Condensed milk is
on the short side again,

With cooking butter here,
housewives who want to make
their own puddings will not have
much of a headache, except, ol
| course if the oven refuses to func-
tion



“the watchtower

Choice wines, Vermouth and
other expensive drimks can be
easily obtained, and there is
hardly need to mention that the
less expensive and much more
freely circulated rum of various
qualities and brands will not be
in short supply.

Full Larders

| Buying of articles of food for
the season is now in full swing
and will reach a grand climax on
Saturday. Larders will have to be
really full by Saturday night, be-
cause no shopping can be done
after that until Wednesday the
following week.

Despite scarcity of some items,
the signs are that where food is
concerned it will be still a better
Christmas than some experienced
curing the past, especially during
the war years. If those who do
not get jug do not feel too badly

about it, they can still spend a
happy Christmas.
There are some _ people o!

course who are usually incapable
of eating their Christmas dinner
because of indiscretion on Christ-
mas Eve, alcoholically speaking
For some of these, that is their
idea of a happy Christmas, and
at any rate it gives them some-
thing to talk about when Christ-
mas is over.

DIED SUDDENLY

Joseph Phillips, a 33-year-old
labourer of Andrew’s Tenantry,
St. Joseph, died suddenly at the
P.M.O's residence, St. John, on
Fapediay evening.

He was later removed to the
St. Joseph’s Almshouse where a
post mortem examination was
performed by Dr. L. F. Tappin,
P.M.O. of St. Andrew.

Death was attributed to aneur-
ism to the heart.

cea aga aa

but when he signals traffic to move on



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Crossing Lane
Removed









who are using this lane

Many pedestrians tend to cross
at the wrong time. On occasions
when the Constables stop vehicle
for pedestrians to cross they als
stop. When the vehicles move off |
they move off

Henry Streets directs both





Another Line

Calls Here Mary Lewis Brings Rice

Schooner Mary M,. Lewis, 69
Barbados

The Saguenay Terminals Ltd.] tons net, arrived at
line have begun to run freighters yesterday with 1,250 bags of rice
between England and the West} and quantities of firewood and
Indies. chareoal, The cargo came from



British Guiana.

The first ship operating on thisf)’'The Mary M. Lewis will
route to arrive at Barbados will] begin to discharge her cargo
be the s.s. Lord Mariner which] today.

the arriva) of the s.s, Beech Hill
on
will be

made to Barbados
the Saguenay Terminals line,
they were all from Canada






is due on January 8
Her arrival will be followed by

SIX MONTHS FOR
STEALING CYCLE

ST. CLAIR JORDAN, a
labourer of Church Street, St
Michael, was yesterday sentenced
by His Worship Mr, E. A. McLeod

vessels
cargo

January 18 Both

bringing general

of calls were
hy ships of
but

Quite a number

Messrs Plantations Ltd., thet six months’ imprisonment with
local representatives of the |}hard labour for stealing a bicycle
Saguenay Terminals Lid lin€/the property of Milton Bonnett.
told the Advocate yesterday that]on Dec. 20.

the




four



of the vessels operating on
Canada-West Indies route

employ about 100 West Indian - FINE.
seamen
LESLIF REDMAN, a_ labourer
The ss. Sea’ Prince which] 5¢ Barbarees Hill, was fined 40/-
operates on this route, is sche-| py His Worship Mr. A. J, H. Han-
duled to arrive at Barbados from ]s¢hell yesterday when he was

Halifax on Saturday.

found guilty of the unlawful pos-
She is bringing a_ cargo of

session of six packages of cotton
lumber for Messrs. J. B. Leslie }thread valued at 30/- on Decem-
& Co., Ltd. ber 19.

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THE Folice Constable p
iuty at the corner o Br vad and
Piince’ William Henry Sweets as
wo duties to perforn He not
nly directs traffle but pedestrians,
The crossing lane, which w
situated between Aitexanc
“Bayley and the Canadian Bank o/
‘SMommerce, has been removed a
tew yercs further down Broa
Street between Messrs. P. A
Clarke and the Canadian Bank ot
Commerce.
Major R.A. Stoute, Deputy

Commissioner of Police, told the; bunches of grapes and moderate
Advecate yesterday that this was)|:upplies of potatoes, onions, split
done so that the lane would be|peas, hams in tins, rolled oats,
nearer to the point duty Constabie. ; milk powder and beer were
He can now direct pedestrians||janded by the Helena |

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sEVERYBODY’S

SENN SB GNSS

| Worship Mr. A. J. H

of Stansfeld, Scott & Co.,
December

Clarissa Bradshaw of Jackson, St.
Michael,

















PAGE FIVE







Dutch Apples

Are Here

sual run of fruit seen inj

plet itiful this

JUST ARRIVED

of the year wa supple } a
eR ee “ TRINIDAD’
110 case of Dutch appk |
Che supply of apples was part

of the cargo brought to the island
y the Dutch motor vessel Helena (

She called from Amsterdam an‘

totterdam |

i

Some 60 cases of cheese, 50

The Helena is expected to leave

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ound him guilty of stealing two
»oxes of cigarettes, the property
Ltd., on

DEALER TO-DAY

19.

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15'- FOR ASSAULT Ss * TRINIDAD ”
Â¥ ORANGE JUICE

A fine of 15/- was imposed on

by His Worship Mr.
H. Hanschell when she was
ound guilty of assaulting and
eating Gwendoline Nurse, also
~ Jackson, St. Michael, on

A. J.



December §





_ Shirts and Ties

formal and otherwise











RADIAC DRESS SHIRTS, ELITE SPORT SHIRTS,
with stiff and soft mar- Long Sleeves, flowered
cella fronts, with two soft designs. Very attractive.
collars to match and also Sizes: S.M.L
with soft collar attached. pach $6.93

PRICES: $6.26; $6.78 and rere SHIRTS with Tru-

, benised collar attached in
STIFF DRESS © : shades of white, grey,
Sizes ye COMLARS, blue and tan,
zes 14'6 to 18 : $4.82
Each 66¢ Each ; is
ELITE STRIPED —
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS with trubenised r
in self colours of white, attached. Sizes 14 to 16%
grey, blue, maroon $3 71
Each . *
Each $188 § DRESS TIES
— $1.31 Ready Tied and Tie Yourself

in Black, White and
DRESS CUMMER BANDS Maroon.
in Maroon and Black Bach 91¢

ME So Fe tiveaene

and

$3.41 $1.74

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Handbags, Nylon Nighties, Slips and
Panties,
Gold Jewellery, including Bangles

Necklaces, Identification Bracclets

and Earrings

Nylons, Max Factor Gift Sets

Boxes of Hankies,

Pictorial Scarves with Map of Barbados
showing’ local scenes and activities

.

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Woollen Pullovers _

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Pyjamas, Socks, Ties, Fountain
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Confectionery







Black Magic Choco

lates (134 tb) ......... $4.02
Black Magie Choco-

lates (1 IB) .........., 2.04




Dairy Box Chocolates 1.89
Turkish Delight ......... -98
Rowntrees Chocolates 2.09

Meltis Favourite
Candies ........., $1.85 1.02

Toffee ..........$ .96 $ .80 .67
Barley Sugar .. $ .98 .56

























(MESE ARE NOT EXACTLY LIKE MY OWN
SILVER BULLETS, BUT THEY'RE CLOSE
ENOUGH TO SERVE MY PURPOSE

IF THESE ARE ALL RIGHT, I'LL PAY
YOU AND YOU CAN TAKE THE MONEY.
BACK TO MR PECK

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Jellies AUSTRALIAN Biscuits
Birds’ Custard Powder...... $ .38 LEG HAMS, DS sccisniansc ek 's J Peek Freans Playbox
oa ies PACHA con sisashvcisaideresdsict $1.20
— Custard Powder .53, .30 CANADIAN HAMS, th__—$119 pak aa a 194
ae. vers T. Jellies ............ +22 Peek Freans Martini
Ne a fom [3 7 Chivers Jelly-Creams ..... 20 AUSTRALIAN PRIME BEEF, including Crackers ...........essossseoeees 1.64

Jacobs Carnival Ass:
Hartley's Jelly Crystals... .20

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5 MON aN esse, 1.56
Monk & Glass Jelly Roast, Steak, Stew ; hasate Venkeas Biscuits.... 2.14
Crystals oo... ccccsccsssee .ig9 LAMB: Shoulders, Legs, Chops ogehe Pusule Assorted si
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GLO Me woes: Mange Powder... 24 CHOICE SALT BEEF OE a ree

ME JO MEBT YOU | Birds’ Blanc Mange BACK BACON, Sliced per Ib. $1.59 Crewions Shortbread
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Canned Fruit
POGCHOS bo ocissscsssiscsecscs $.70 .37













Si eioavibuanueiiee ‘ Asparagus Tips

Dutch Petet Pois
siapevaunettaotanaenticiuiacbed . e (Extra Fine) .............. .58

Dutch Petet Pois
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Items of Interest
for Xmas

Boxes Xmas Crackers




Liquers, Wines, Ete.





















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I sasaki eae emeGiink 17. Green Chartreuse ...........
es Walnuts (per 1b) ODEs Sale Ms ivarcaenstekurasavei
Wey x aaumetitodns t Filbert Nuts (per Ib) Gilbeys Empire Port ...
in Xmas Cakes 4 Ibs............ 76; Paarl Tawny Port ......










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Oloroso Sherry ....
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21,

1950



CLASSIFIED ADS.









TELEPHONE 2508
Getibrinrrenentes
THANKS FOR RENT
take this opportunity to return
to the many friends who
ed the funeral, sent letters, cards
ther tokens of sympathy and in HOUSES
ys condoled us in our recent | —>———————- —
ent caused by the death of | —BUNGALOW — Newly built Stone
tCY NATHANIEL GREEN. Bungalow. Situated at Gills Gap,
My. Muriel Green (wife), U.S.A., aes Road. Appiy: Mrs. A. H
Fercy Natheniel Green (son), Hugh] J°hmson. Telephone 4141.
Jordan, Ouida Clarke. 19.12.50—3n.

2?..12,.50—In.

IN MEMORIAM

IN loving memory of my dear beloved
husband NATHANIRL BRATHWAITE
who departed this life on the @ist
December 1949

Memories are treasures

steal

Death brings a

can heal

The blow was hard the shock severe,

Little did I know that death was so

near.
Ever to be remembered by his dear wife
Adelia Brathwaite, Wilcox, Christ
Church. 24.12,50—1n.

FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE



nothing can

heartache only Jesus





CAR—Ford 10 1i.P
order. Tyres good.
driven. Dial 4239.

in perfect working
Always owner
21,12,50—3n.



CAR—1950 Hillman Minx, low mileage





Apply: Ralph Beard, Hardwood Alley.
Phone 4€83, 21.12.50—3n.

CARS—1949 Model Vanguard and 1948
Model Hillman, Both in A-1 condition.

Apply: B’dos Agencies Ltd., Bay Street.
Ring Evelyn 2987. 20.18.50-—4n

TRUCKS — Two U Trucks with 4
pneumatic tyres, each for carting canes
by Tractor. Can be seen at Foursquare
Factory Ltd. Apply to Manager.

16.12.50-—7n.

ELECTRICAL









BATTERY—(1) One 12 volt Battery in
good order to sell. Dial 2489. W. M
Forde, 35 R’buck St.

2.12.50—2:



—$
REFRIGERATOR — One Westinghouse
and (1) Coldspot Refrigerator. (%) Elec.
métor in good working order. Owen T.
Allder, Roebuck Street. Dial 3299

21.12.50—3n.

MISCELLANEOUS

Attractive Xmas
$7.20





tree lights.
Dial 4269 Eckstein Bros

20.12,50—5r

ANTIQUES — Of eveny description
Giass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver
ped ty whgaeer es Early books, Maps. Auto-
graphs etc. at Gorringes Antique Shop
adjoining Royal Yacht Club.

Onis

3.9.50—t.f.n.

BOOKS—Tuck’s Annual,.a wonderful
gift for Boy or Girl at all stationers.
The General Agency Co,, B’dos Ltd.
24,12,.50—3n.

BARBADOS ANNUAL REVIEW—Only
500 copies left for local circulation
Buy now. 2/- each from Advocate ana
Roberts Stationery, Weatherhead and
Cosmopolitan Drug Stores.





20.12,50—5n.

BREAKFAST & DINNER SETS —
New stocks of attractive Earthenware
enable us to offer BARGAINS in Break-
fast & Dinner Sets. 42 piece Breakfast
Sets priced as low as $16.62. Additional |
pieces available. Dial 4222. G. W. Hut-
chinson & Co, Ltd.





15.12.50—t.f.n,

ccaremerenneriatinane etre Ribnet natal eas
COAT—One Gentleman's Winter Coat
in excellent condition. Apply: Donald

Edghill 4530 or 8102.
20.12.50—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.f.n.

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.

DRIED FRUIT—Raisins, Prunes, cur-
rents, Dates, Figs, mixed Peel, loose
and packages also Glaced Cherries loose
Dial 3489 W. M, Forde, 35 R'buck St.

2.12.50—2n













GLASS—Sparkle Glass and regular|
window glass to fill all needs, available
now. We supply %” Plate Glass for
show cases and also extra large panes
up to % inch thick. Dial 4222. G. W.
Hutchinson & Co. Ltd,

19.12.50—t.f.n,



GIFTS—For the entire family at
savings. Christmas Gift packages,
every package valued up to $1.50, sale
price —98 cents. The Modern Dress
Shoppe, 19.12.50—3n.

GROCERY ITEMS — At unbeatable
prices at your grocer. Ticklers Straw.
berry Jam 45c. per 1 lb. jar. Van
Houtens Drinking Chocolate 35c, per
44 Ib, tin, Dorsella Full Cream Infants
Food $1.08 per 1 Ib, tin.

19,12,50—3n.



GROCERY ITEMS—Sweet Biscuits. |
large asortment cocktail biscuits,
and other kinds, boxes of cholocates,
bots. ketchup, bots. pickles, bots. olives,
cereals, W. A. Medford, Pr. Wm. Henry
Street. 20,12.50—4n

ee

GROCERY ITEMS—Tinned Ham 2 lb.
to 8 Ibs. each, Tinned Fruit Jams and
Jellies, Tinned Peas, bots, cherries,
peeks raisins, currants. W. A. Medford,
Pr, Wm. Henry Street. 20.12.50—4n.





GROCERY ITEMS — Champagne,
Sherries, Brandy, Whisky, Liqueurs,
white wines, sparkling Burgundy, Ports,
Beer. Stout, Vermouth. W. A. Medford,
Pr. Wm. Henry Street. 20.12.50—4n.



HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of all
description. Owen T, Allder, Roebuck
Street. Dial 3299. 21.12,50—3n.



HAMS—Cooked hams in tins 7tbs_ te
9 Ths 2% Th tins 1 Th tins Canadian Pic
nies 6 Ib to 8 Ib @ 1.25 per tb. Dial
3489 W. M. Forde, 35 R’buck St.

20.12.50—2n

HEINZ GOODS—Vegetable Soup, To
mato Soup, Oxtail Soup, cream of
Mushroom, Chicken Soup, Baked
Beans, Spaghetti & Macaroni, Malt Vine-
gar and Tomato Ketchup. Dial 3489 W.
M. Forde, 35 R'buck St



20.12.50—2n

caning tect bine nena
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS—Large Blankets.
Boby Blankets, Bed Sheets, Table

Cloths, Napkins, Glass Towels Bath
Towels, Yellow Dusters. The Modern
Dress Shoppe. 19.12.50—3n.

ee rte

JUST Received Letter size and Fools-
cap Filing Folders. Phone T. Geddes
Grent Ltd., 4442. 19.12.50—6n.

Just arrived in time for Xmas—
Abdulla Cigarettes Virginia No. 7 50's,
Egyption No. 16, ioe a. ee

"s 100's
eae 18, 12.50—3n

LIQUEURS—See us for Creme de
Menthe, Strawberry Brandy, and Creme
d'Orange. Large bottles 10/-: Small 5/-
Do not be skeptical of the quality due
to the price. Drop in and taste without
obligation.

MOUNT ISTILLERIES LTD.

7 aes 21,.12,50—2n

LADIES! Embroidered sneha in

tiful designs and colours just open-

St apa for you. jon It's at WENT S
. Henry St. Dial 3466 an wan

Bt 7 14.12,50—t.f.n.



a
LADIES SPORTS COATS--For coal
evenings, in various colours. $28.50 ond
$35.00. 19.12.50—3n.
NYLON STOCKINGS--5! gauge. All
new shades, prices ranging from $1.60,
$2.14 and $2.22. The mee tae
, 12.50—3n
Shoppe. e
OR COFFER—Fresh shioment of thi-
ie now in the hands of your grocer
John F. Hutson Ltd 21.12.50—2n



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 WwW

: Co., Ltd
ern, & > 15.22.50—tf.n



WINSLOW—Biack Rock. From ist

‘January. For further particulars Dial
3369, D. A. Browne, Black Rock.
19.12.50—t.f.n.









FLAT — At Sea View, Upper Bay St.
opposite Bay Mansion. From lst January,

apply on premises.
8.12.50—t.2'n.

SEvT_—_—_—__T.qaqaqa—=



PUBLIC NOTICES
NOTICE

PARISH OF SAINT JOHN
VACCINATING CENTRES—Villa Nova.
P.M.O’s Residence. Ebenezer Gasoline
Station, Four Roads, Almshouse, P.M.O’s
Office. Codrington College. Mr. B. L.
Berrow's Residence, Massiah Street
St. Margaret's School, Near Newcastle.
S. FRASER,

R. S.
Clerk, Commissioners of Health.
St. John,
19.12.50—6n.

———

DO DREAMS COME TRUE? It all de-
pends on you. It depends on whether the
supernatural authorities feel that you
are a Person. If you want to
know more about it consult your Fairy
Godmother. Write to your Fairy God-
mother in care of P.O. Box 166, Bridge-
town, or to 1270 Sixth Avenue, New York
City, U.S.A. For quick results better stick
to P.O. Box 166 Bridgetown.





17.12.50—4n,

TT

NOTICE
The public are notified that our parts
department will be claed for stock
taking on Wednesda? December 27th
and will not be opened until Tuesday
Sepiary 2nd @51. Fort Royal Garage

R. P,



GOODING,
Director
21,12.50-—4n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Norma Ramay of
Delamere Land, St. Michael, for permis-
sion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., ai
a board and shingle shop attached to
residence at Delamere Land, St. Michael,

Dated this 'Bth day of Di
To = A. tk ¥y o ecenvber, 1950,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
Signed NORMA RAMSAY,

’ . Applicant
N.B.—This will be con-





application

\ Sidered at a Licensing Court to be heid

at Policé Court, District “A"
the 28th day of
11 o'clock a.m.

on Friday,
December, 1950, at

E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

21.12.50—1n.

SL
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Ruby Ianthe Parris
of Crichlow Alley, Bridgetown, for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.
at a wall and wooden building at Crich-
low Alley, Roebuck Street, Bridgetown
Dated thiy 20th day of December, 1950.
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
Signed WINFIELD PARRIS,
for Applicant
N.B.—This application wil! be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A" on Tuesday,
the 2nd day of January, 195%, at
1 o’cloek, a.m,
H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Diet. * ‘
21.°2.50-—In





TAKE NOTICE

That THE FLORSHEIM SHOE
COMPANY, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Illinois, United States of America, whose
trade or business addi#ss is 130 South
Camal Street, City of Chicago, State of
Tilinois, United States of America, trad-
ing as Manufacturers, has applied for
the registration of a trade mark in Part
“A” of Register in connection with
Men's and Women’s shoes, Sport Shoes
and Boots, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month
from the ist. day of December
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to
me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office.

j Dated this 20th day of December

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
21,92,.50—3n,

TAKE NOTICE

That STANDARD BRANDS INCOR-
PORATED, a corporation organised and
exivting under the laws of the State of
Delaware, whose trade or business ad-
dress is 595 Madison Avenue, New York,
New York, United States of America,
trading as Manufacturers, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A" of Register in connection
with all kinds of foods and ingredients
of foods, and will be entitled to register
the same after one month from the
2ist day of December 1950 unless
some person ghall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of oppovition of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application
et my office.

Dated this 20th day of
1950.



December

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
21.12,50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

That Matthew Rudolph Gonsalves, 5
British Subject, trading under the sty!
or firm of The Elite Shirt Factory,
whose trade or business address is No
34 Richmond Street, City of Port-of-
Spain, Island of Trinidad, British West
Indies, has applied for the registration
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in connection with articles of clothing,



and will be g@titled to register the
same after one month from the
2ist day of December 1960 unless

some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration, The
trade mark can be seen on application
at my office.

Dated this 20th day of December,
1950.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
21,18.50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

That MATTHEW RUDOLPH GON-
SALVES trading under the style or firm
of The Elite Shirt Factory, a British
Subject, whose trade or busines: address
is No. 34 Richmond Street, City of
Port-of-Spain, Island of Trinidad, British
West Indies, ha: applied for the registra-
tion of a trade mark in Part “A” of
Register in connection with articles of
clothing, and will be entitled to register
the same after ane month from the
2ist day of December 1950 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application
at_my office.

Duted this
1950.





20th day of December

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

21.12,50—3r
—=>

Ker Sate—Cont'd





RAINCOATS—For Children
$4.80. The Modern

PLASTIC
$3.60. For Ladies







———

| Goi site with a number of fruit trees.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





GOVERNMENT NOTICE a

“POST OFFICE NOTICE
PARCELS

Parcel Delivery Notices in respect of ail parcels received here up
to Friday, 15th December, have been issued and more recent parcel

mails are being dealt with.

In order to expedite deliveries the Parcel Post, Wharf, will be

open up to 5 p.m. on Thursday and Friday

Holders of Notices are asked to co-operate with the Department
by taking delivery of their parcels without delay.

General Post Office,
19th December, 1950.

SHIPPING NOTICES

en ern oe ee

MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW
ZEALAND ANE LIMITED
(M.A.N.Z, LINE)

2 “TONGARIRO”

sail

nidad first half March, 1951.
Mid. March, 1951.

This vessel has ample space for Hard
Frozen and General Cargo.

Cargo accepted on through Bills of
Lading with transhipment at Trinidad
for British Guiana, Barbados,
ward and Leeward Islands.

For further particulars apply:—

FURNESS, WITHY & COMPANY,

LIMITED,
Trinidad,
B.W.1

& DA COSTA & Co. Ltd.,
Barbados,
B.W.I.

Barbados

Wind-

Agents.

s/S
s/s

is scheduled to

Adelaide January 4th, Melbourne
January 18th, Brisbane January 27th,
Sydney February 7th. Arriving at Tri-

NEW YORK

CG_ Thulin sails Ist December—arrives Barbados 13th December.
S Byfjord sails 22nd December—arrives Barbados Ist January.

ing.

20.12.50—2n



|
The M.V. “DAEBRWOOD”" will |
accept Cargo and Passengers for |



USE
RAZOL |

POMADE as your HAIR dress-



It straigntens tne hair, and

distressing your pocket.

Distributors :



THE BORNN BAY RUM CO.

rids the scalp of dandruff. USE
RAZOL Pomade as directed, and

you get startling results, without





St. Lueia, St. Vincent, Grenade :

and Aruba, Sailing Friday 22nd LE I
cc YM. P.C

The M.V, “CARIBBEE” wilt e e ® re

accept Cargo and Passengers for
Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat
Nevis, and St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-
day Sth January 195°.

B.W.I_ SCHOONER OWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION, Inc.

Telephone: 4047



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a en eee

CANADiAN SERVICE



SOUTHBOUND
Name of Ship Sails Sails Arrives
Montreal Halifax Barb:
S.S. “ALCOA PILGRIM" - 12th Deer. 28nd Deer
5.8. “ALCOA PENNANT” = 29th «Deer 8th Jany
ee
NORTHBOUND
Arrives
Barbados
s4 “Aleoa Polaris” Arrives Barbados 18th December, Sails for
St. John, NB. amd Halifax, N&

These vesseis







WANTED
HELP

JUNIOR CLERK for our Office. Central
Foundry Ltd. 21)12.50—t.f.n,

MISCELLANEOUS











GENTLEMEN with capital would be
interested to hear of sound business
Fropositions, Box 77 C/o Advocate Co.

19.92.50-—3n,

GENTLEMEN — Experienced in Club
end Hotel management seeks position
in Barbados in similar capacity. Box 99
C/o Advocate Co, 19.12.50—3n







PERSONAL

———————

The public are hereby warned against

giving credit to my wife MYRTLE

H (nee Alleyne) as I do not hold

myself responsible for her or anyone

else contracting any debt or debts in

my name unless by a written order

signed by me.
Signed RYBON WELCH,
Dragoons Alley,
St. Peter
20.12,.50-—2n

PUBLIC SALES
AUCTION :

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

Chattel Dwelling House consisting of
Tront House 16 x 9 with Back House
24 x 9 and shed 24 x 7 with all out
offices, and the land thereon containing
2.832 square feet—situated at Fitts
Village, St. James. Inspection any day
on application to the tenant Mr. Martin.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition on Friday 22nd
December, at 2 p.m. at the office of the
undersigned.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer
Shepherd St.,
Bridgetown,
16.12.50—4n

REAL ESTATE

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
ita perches of land on 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-
tions of sale apply to:—
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD
Solicitors,
James St.

13.12.50—On.

LAND—1/8 acre land at Bush Hall
water and light obtainable. Good build-

Going at a bargain. On a good road.
Apply G. W. Maynard, Bush Hall. Phone
4218. 19.12.50—3n

SEASIDE HOUSE—'CALAIS" situate
near Dover, Christ Church, standing on
approximately 2 roods, }| perch of land.
The dwellinghouse contains verandah,
living room, pantry, kitchen, bedroom
and bathroom downstairs, four bed-
Electric light
Garage





rooms and toilet upstairs.
and running water throughout.
and servants rooms in yard.
The above property will be set up for
vale tay public competition at our Office
James Street, on Friday 29th December
1950 at 2 p.m. Inspection on application
to the tenant Mr. K. S. Burrowes, be-
tween the hours of 9 a.m, and 12 noon
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.
15.12.50—lln

TS
THE undersigned will set up for sale
at their Office, No. 17 High Street,
Bridgetown, on Thursday, the 28th day
of December, 1950, at 2 p.m, the
Dwellinghouse called “Sheldon” and
the land thereto containing 4,845 square
feet, situate 3 , ne Land, Upper
Street, . ichael.
Piasenan on application to Miss Est-
wick at “Luxmore”, Upper Bay Street.
For further Particulars and Condi-
tions of Sale apply to:—
COTTLE CATFORD & Co.
, 13,12.60—12n.

FURNISH |

TO-DAY

THE CHRISTMAS WAY

Streamlined; Vanities; Stoois
Bedsteads and Morris Chairs and
Settees—Tub caned 3 and 5-piece
Suites—Radio, Cocktail and Scal-
loped Tables—-Wardrobes, Dresses-

SOF

have Mmited passenger accommodation

ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service.
Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—-Canadian Service.






IT’S EASY
Cooking for Christmas




















NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
S/S _Essi sailed 23rd November—arrives Barbados 7th December,
A Steamer sails 1th December—arrives Barbados 2lst December.
A Steamer sails 2ist December—arrives Barbados 4th January.
A Steamer sails 4th January—arrives Barbados 17th January.



IF YOU HAVE
GAS FOR COOKING
Why not call at your Gas-showroom |
This Week? |

THE ROCKLEY GOLF &
COUNTRY CLUB

Members are asked to note
that the Club House will be
closed on Christmas Day.

Those wishing to use the
Course should make
own arrangements
Clubs and Caddies,




their |
about

44

SECRETARY.
21.12.30.—3n, ;

POSE OCESSOPOCOCOOOS

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So many People who have
tried it prefer . |. |

S&S

to any other Rum because

of its Distinctive Flavour
and Smoothness. \

AWARDED FIRST

at Industrial Exhibition 1950



STUART & SAMPSON

Hear Tomorrow's Stars

TO-NIGHT

at the

AMATEURS

PERFORMANCE

at 8.30 pm.

to be a

RUSH !!

Going



ORDER
YOUR

& R RU

AND

CONGOLEUM

‘UST A LITTLE LEFT NOW!
G

ET

YOURS

THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Celebrating the Winning
of the
Inter Cricket & Basket-Ball
e Cups
SERVICE
ALL MEMBERS & THEIR
or FRIB.'DS




ww | J&R BREAD



TO-DAY!

(Central Foundry Ltd., Proprietors)

Cnr. of Broad & Tudor Streets.





666656

HALLACAS



orquestra tocando musica Latina-Americana

Hora de Almuerzo 1 a 2 P.M

» » Comida 7.30 a 9 P.M.
Baile, 9.00 P.M
Precio $3.50

Reserven sus mesas al telefono 4461
Para los que no hablen ingles al 227

Miembres def Club solamente (se puede hacerse miembro pot
un dia por el precio de
chelin por persona)

POCA AEE MA LSPA EAA
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POPPE LA AE AAA APPT

DE PASCUAS !!

Preparadas especialmente, para los touristas Venezolanos sera
uno do los platos que se servira el 25 en el] Aquatic Club para
la comida de Navidades acompanadas para su deleite por una




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inde

“XMAS NOVELTIES”

By ‘“DELAVELLE”

of Bond Street,

The Famious :
BLUE ORCHIS PER

England

FUME

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» Plastic Guitar Pack

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Dress Shoppe. 19.12.50—Sn. robes and Linen Presses—Night ” Vv ” weeteon
" ape | Chairs, Couches. ” ase Shape \s.
PLASTIC APRONS—Se., Shower Caps /% “Dining, Luncn and Kitchen DEWAVELLE’S :
Tac., Head Ties 2c. Bath Cap ® fables -~ China Bedroom and S:
The Modern Dress Shoppe. | 4 an, |&% Kitchen Cabinets—Larders, Wag- By CANDLELIGHT PERFUME
. a eS % gorts; Sideboards, Buffets Tea in vase shaped —
VICTORY MATC , Trolleys Liquor Cases. “ORESTA PACK” Novelty contains
VICTORY TEST MATCH CALYPSO rm See aaa eas DRESTA
RECORDS England ve. Weet indies st with wit ond Roll Taps, Upright # | _ L BLUE ORCHID PERFUME
Lords, 1960. Sung Oy ae The mom. |g und Arm Ghairs with caned or % | i BY CANDLELIGHT
so Sioa ct the pecr-sts each solid seats $ ' These make ideal Christmas Gifts
obtainable only from Harrison Broad | > ‘iis taties aca Dial 4060 i For your Xmas shopping deal at—
Street. 19.12.50—3n. | B “iafalgar Stree la q |





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BOOKER'S «e’pos) DRUG STORES LTD.

XMAS PRESENTS—Just received








L$. WILSON $

time for Xmas Presents Lenthe
*‘Tweed' Perfume r
Lad

Gloria Swanson
Best Actress
FOR 1950

NEW YORK,
“The Title” an

Dec. 20

oday selected as the best for-
eign film of the year by the Na-
tional Board of Review of Motior

Pictures, a private
founded in 1909 to represent th
motion picture public. “Tight Li

best actor of the year. \





High,” “Panic in the Streets,"

“Cyrano de Bergerac,” “No Way

Out,” and “Stage Freight.” {
—Reuter.

PLANE WITH 31 MISSING}
TOKYO, Dee. 19.

An American Air Foree transi

port plane with 37 people on

board was reported missing to-

day between Okinawa and the

Philipvines.—Reuter,



FOR SALE

SUNSET
HOUSE

Prospect, St. James.

Pleasant bungalow on
coast with good boat anchor-
age and bathing, 3 bedrooms
lounge, dining room, veran-
dah 3 sides, garage and
large courtyard.

Moderately priced at
£3,150

John 4. Biladon
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTIONEER
PLANTATIONS BUILDING
‘Phone 4640

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BROS.

‘Your Shopping Centre.

e
| LADIES’!
High Class Dress Goods,

Underwear, Shoes and
Hats, Perfumes, ete.

GENTS’!

Woollens, Shirts, Shoes,
Ete., in widest variety.

||} Household Goods such as
Carpets, Bedspreads,
Bed Sheets, Pillow Cases,
Brassware always in
Stock.

Follow the Crowd to...

THANI BROS.

PR. WM. HRY. STREET

Dial 3466 also Nos, 6, 42, 46
and 53 Swan Street.









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organisatiol

tle Island”, “Whiskey Galore”, wé

second, “The Third Man” toc
third place

Only five films were — selecte
by the Board in the “foreig
category”, the fourth being “Kink





Ivalian film was

Hearts and Coronets” and the filtt
‘Paris 1900”,

Heading the iist of Americar
films was “Sunset Boulevard
Gloria Swanson, star of the pic
ture was selected as the tor
actress of 1950 while Britis!

actor Alex Guinness was selected)

Other American films chosen} As from TUESDAY 19TH for the convenience of
vere: “A At Eve,” “Tha : i ;
‘Asphalt ge “The Men”), our Customers and staff our hours for Business will

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NOTICE

The WOMEN'S SELF HELP
will be closed on
THURSDAY, 2ist. at 12 a.m.
and will be open on
SATURDAY 23rd.
until 3.30 o'clock




















Community Choir
Association

)
Choirs affliated to the Cam-










reunity Choirs Association are ask-
ed to note that the closing date for
entry for the New Year Day con-
test at Kensington Oval is Thurs-
December 28 at 12 noon and

day

oe ee ee oe Consignors are also asked to
the same day :
Choirs are also notified that a note that we will NOT be

Wate, Pecting of the Assocta-

ton WAL Be held on Trursday next

Dee 2\st at Miller Bros at 4 pm
F. E. MILLER,

Secretary

paying any money on
WRIDAY, 22nd. Dee., but
will pay as usual on FRI-
DAY, 29th Dec,







be as follows:—
WEEK DAYS:—8 a.m. to 11 a.m., 12 noon to 4 p.m.
SATURDAYS:

8 am. to 12 noon,

Kindly arrange your Business accordingly.



PLANTATIONS LTD.

BRIDGETOWN & SPEIGHTSTOWN

TREASURE

We refer to two out-

Standingly beautiful ma-

terials admirably appro-
priate for

EVENING
DRESSES

SHOT MOIRE
‘TAFFETA

@ $3.05 per yd.

PONY SKIN
@ $3.76 per yd.

Dear Ladies - - - -
You are cordially invited to come and see our
CHRISTMAS

In shades that pay court
to formal beauty.

These new and magnifi-
cent Fabrics will identify
you with fashion.



——$——————

Wm. FOGARTY LTD.

Ee

2COEG





Famous the world over...
it’s Brandy at it’s Best



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PAGE FIGHT
W. Germany Building
Athletic Strength

BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1950











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SECOND TEST TEAM





mas Tree In :
Trafalgar 3.3

represent LIA
md Test Match
Friday,
follow-

ERNIE’S

DEMOCRATIC CLUB

Xmas Festivities

AT

Secc
starting on

t from the

i e selecte

welve

A CHRISTMAS TREE is going
p in Trafalgar Square but it will Fr

Beauteous Blankets
e Trafalgar Square in London Compton, C. Washbrook, T

in Cotton and English all Wool
By JOHN MACADAM he tree which was erected it || va D. Wright, A. Bedser, T. E

‘
5
jz
: ondon on December 15, was sent} fiailey R Simpson, B. Close,; .e 5.30 sharp
. WE HAVE always known that the Swedes owe practically © London by the people of Oslo.} J) Dew and J. Wart Wicket- saline aa y SEF s
. I The tree 5 feet hig , . ‘ ‘ ft N) £ a > Sel . 4 > »
every blade of their athletic grass to intelligently diverted The tree is 55 feet high and will |keeper MacIntyre will be twelfth - Mm to discuss the First Day’s r 79

players:—

‘ Members are reminded
Brown (Capt.), L

that there will be
a meeting starting at

THE BARBADOS AQUATIC
CLUB
(Members Only)

Hutton,

be illuminated each evening unti}| the Ballroom between 7 aud " THEM
pools money. It comes somewhat as a shock to learn that JJanuary 5. Carol parties will sing|" g p.m. on SATURDAY, pins ot the Christmas
Western Germany is up to the same game with German pe eeting on TO-DAY

| December 23rd, and MON-
teams as the basis, instead of British. DAY, 25th. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21 aia
THEY

Go.

tn the Square from é
each evening from Wednesday}
ur.til Sunday, December 24 |
The London County Council ha
made arrangements for Christmas}
trees illuminated with fairy light
to be set up at 12 parks and open |;
spaces over Christmas }o ibeil
The averace Barbaiian home
will have a Xmas tree but it will
vary in design and composition,
Fcr several years now those who
can afford it buy the imitation
Xmas tree of the imported type
that is made to resemble the North
American and European fir or

30 to 7.30)

MAIL NOTICES

for St

Price $2.50
e
VERY S®ECIAL MENUS



From German pools a
stream of £140,000 a m
into a central fund for
ilitation of all
German sport
great new

Mal Lucia by
pha will be closed at
Office as under
Registered and Ordinary Mails
on the 2ist December 1950 |
1 the Sch. Gloria
sed at the General

steady
mth goes
e rehab-
sorts of Western
centred

stadia—one
other

the Sch
the

Lau

General Commissions executed on any

race in Trinidad—Pari odds.
ERNEST PROCTOR

. ‘ .

300 Poor Children
‘ J ef
Get Amas Gilts
frankfurt and the FOR fifteen yeais, vohn
Munich. Beckles and nis co-workers save

been giving Cnristmas parties to

It should be easy enough to see|scnooi chuaren ot
the significance of this, the}]Goodwili
significance being that the
interest is centrally inspired and
controlled, and that vast flow of

Port
Parcel
2.50 p.m
on two
outside
outside

e
DANCING f,0m 10 p.m. to
| 3 a.m. on SATURDAY,
December 23rd

rietta v
fot Office ¢

Parcel, Registered
at 2.30 p.m. on the








takes this opportunity to

wish his many friends in the

W.1. and elsewhere a happy
peaeeful — pretgoreus

ivi






nd Ordinary Mails
*950. |
Sen @
be Potato Dance, Balloon Dance,
|
!



Ist December
Guiana by the
Vansiustmar
General Post

COLOURED COTTON
BLANKETS in white with
blue borders and other
designs.



' British
Timothy A. H
the

will

tne Office

Cnilareas
League Y@S.eruady,
about SUU chiiaren of tne League

and Creche, attendea the League

ciosed at

under
Parcel, Registered

at 12.15 p.m




ind Spot Waltz, for which
Prizes will be given

and Ordinary Matis | e

on the 2ist December 1950. |

Fspecially those who wish

him well!




. . Mails for Grenada, Dominica, by the!
. oulldings in Constitution hoau | pine s Tickets 2/-
poo! s utilis 5 P. ... | Sch, W. Lb. Eunicia’ will be closed at ckets ‘ " :
Se ounae down tol and were presented with gifts. Since transportation facilities} tie General Post Office as under. | a Soe don't, of course ENGLISH ALL WOOL 4
ss ar ° 2 cl , , have made $ asible. ¢ : el, Registered and, Ordinary Mails well, ! . '
Apart from the children whoffhave made it possible, a number otto ei Aint Ducane Tae BLANKETS in pink, blue, i

Meanwhile, in this enlightened|are taken care of at the Leaguefjcf the real product, that is pine)" ”



: j yy , : - fi an, are . | een, gold. Size 60” x 80”

country it is all left to the local |daily, those attending were fromffor fir trees are imported from | — —- | ‘The usual Turkey and Ham, st

councils, burdened with problems | various schools in the City, who[Canada, y for double beds only. . j
of rates, housing space, shortages} visited the League daily at mid- iis atta . : : MPI ' | ‘HEA’ RE Chicken, Russian Salad, !
of material, unassisted by any-|day for hot meals during the ne enterprising resident here b; C’






bas imported a fir from Canada
but every year he replants it afte
Xmas and then uproots it for tie
Yuletide season. It has therefore

Peach Melba and Fresh
Lobster Cocktails,

thing but fatuous Press-On-Chaps | school term.
from a Whitehal) bureaucracy} ‘The hall was suitably decorated
that swoons at the very mention}and there was a Christmas Tree
of a pools percentage, to waffle

ech $10.53

COMING ....

in the centre of the stage on which

pie a got bigger and soon will bear n0 ‘ ‘ 3 Racing Certs }
ome as best (or worst). they chere was a number of gifts. resemblance to tne modest pine SATURDAY 23RD.
‘ The presentation was made by] pough that arrived here two yeats | Grolsch Beer
Need Cash Miss S. Boxill of Boston who isfago, REPT IBLIC SERIAL { 0., >
now in Barbados on a holiday Improvisation is responsible Green Dragon Chop Suey i
It isn’t tha: we do not have in|She is a sister of Mrs. Waple}for the greater number of Barba~ 12 & 13 BROAD STREET |
this country the machinery for the|Cheeseman, Founder of tneéfcian Xmas trees. Boughs of the Bell’s Special Scotch





rehabilitation of British sport. We
have



i ) boughs of the cherry tree and even .
Central Council for Physical )four years ago. he tamarind tree are pressed —S—==myemm
Reereation and the voluntarily Also receiving gifts were the Jinto service and are decorated with

serviced National
Association .

Playing Fields;

These twain, given such money

as the pools could provide, woulc and Mrs. H.St, C. Tudor, Mr.fing them is within the purchasing
dot the countryside with open|@nd Mrs. F. McD. Symmonds, } power of the humblest Barbadian
spaces ‘for the youngsters to train Mr. and Mrs, W. G. Stevenson, During the war years when |
on. Mrs. Jane Millington, the Misses | Xmas trees could not be regarded |
The Central Councij has shown] Boxill and Mr. Edwin Barnett Jas priority cargoes for the limited
more than willing by opening|cf the U.S.A nd hard-pressed shipping services
recently the third of its national! to the West Indies, some people
rehabilitation centres at Lilleshal! Welcome made tidy sums catering to those
Hall, Shropshire. ‘ Mr. Beckles, founder of the} who" would peer et e e ea
These moves are a long way] Lcague, weicomed the visiturs aiaf better than the bough of a cherry Hi l da A t t
in the right direction, for at|,paia wibute to tne work mis.§tree or casuarina. They got some O t ry ” Cc way) tes
such places the Central Council] Cneeseman bea.si } Barbadian tree and stripped it of :

performs its true function of
training’ coaches who can then go
out into the country and preach
the gospel of athletic prowess

But what is the good i . © was responsible for sending guts} ive it the effect of a tree coverst
coaches ne and tats wees ! money to be distributed among} With winter snow and tc Ss. iad
to teach the young idea ne poor chilaren of the island This market has somehow di

You don’t have to take it from
us, Listen to a gentleman who
has been intimately connected
with sport since before the turn
of the century.

‘Rubbish’

“It is rubbish to say that the} of clothing for distribution to the
youngsters of to-day are any less poor and that would be done as

naturally capable of good per-
t ance in any of the sports

n they were in my young days.
It is simply that they don’t have
the facilities we had in my gener-

i T s a Glazed Pineapple.
atign. which Jesus was born, That day gy at aur. ee ae TRISTRAM COFFIN « MAE CLARKE» DON HAGGERTY Ceeen Peaches Croquette sweet potatoes Konkist
“Within a few minutes’ walk of |/¢ Said, was one of love and good- yee sth Ny e Old English Christmas Pudding Buttered Green Beans
the homes of any one of us, in| Will to all and for that reason, Xmas Treat for Scavengers HOUSE PETERS, JR. > 1. STANFORD JOLLEY Rum Sauce Hot Mince Pie
no matter which part of London they were going to give yifts to at Church St.—4.00 p.m a oeuermenees ; Minced Pie Tartlet Gauge Haersl An Polite eure
—even the densely populated |the children of the Creche. Presentation to W.1. Crick- Demi-tasse Demsi-tasse
parts —we could find an open] Just as Jesus was born on eters by Renown Shirt Afterdinner Mints ralnior. ddlate

space to play any game on

“The same kind of kid today
has to take a long journey at a
cost far beyond his pocket to fine
what we could find practically
outside our front door”.

His point of view attunes per
fectly to that of the Centril
Council and the Playing Field:

Children’s
the Government-sponsorec* America and who was here about









Goodwill League of

nurses and members of the stafi
of the League.
Among those present were Rev

* doing on
Gi the Leagu@in tne JU.5.a4

He said tnat since her last visit
tv the island four years ago, sn¢
uad organised a Committee which

Phis year’s contribution had not
et arrived, but he was sure thai
it would soon be here,

He said that they had amongst
em, Mr, Barnett from Beton
who was spending a holiday in
che island. He had brought gilts

soon as possible,

Rev. Tudor addressing the
children reminded them that Mon-
day was Christmas, the day on

Christmas Day, So on every an-
niversary of his birth, they had
tried to make the children happy
by presenting them with gifts
and that was why Christmas was
such a happy time.

He said that Mr, Beckles had
tried to make them _ happy

casuarina (local ‘mile tree”), the

ill the authentic trimmings.

These trees cost nothing in the
rst place and the cost of devorat-

then white-washed
and

cotton

cleverly

wool and

Canadian pine or

the prevailing colour effect

green.



What’s on Today

Distribution of Xmas Chari-

Factory, Middle Street
4.30 p.m.

Xmas Treat at Nightengale
Home, Black Rock—4.30
p.m,

Xmas Treat for Government
House Staff—4.30 p.m. —

Meeting, Ernie’s Democratic

its leaves in the first place, They

covered parts of it with
silver bells to

with the return to normalcy and
whether the tree be the imitation
fir, or a Teal
bough from a Casuarina, pine oT
fir, or a casuarina or cherry tree,




























































uw

18

featuring





: / throughout the year, but at Christ- in connection with
i ls down goats é Club, in connection v
ee caer acd a weeora mas, they should try to be happy T'T.C. meet, at Hastings |
of planners who can’t see an open themselves in order to make —5.30 p.m.
space in the middle of a town others happy as well, Children’s Xmas Treat at t
without itching to put a_tene- He complimented Mr. Beckles, “Pyrol Cot”, Spooner’s
ment in it. his co-workers and the nurses on Hill—6.00 p.m
a) t’s be beastly to the|the work they had done on behalf 3 ’
Don’t let's ¥ Combermere Glee Club

Germans any _ more...... Let's
copy them.—L.E.S.

of the children and wished them

‘all a happy Christmas.



! us
T Annuai Xmas Caro} Service ‘ y
QUEUES F R V. RNI at Bridgetown Central “ian !
j ; Hall 8 p.m. - 4 } 7 nH) :
; s Amateur Night at Y.M.P.C ‘ we

The securing of varnish, turpen-;cars and carts were seen laden celebrating winning of pi ae
tine, polish, etc., forms a necessary) with rum, beer, wine, gin, etc,. on Cricket and Basketball Sek Pris | . x
part of the Christmas preparations, | their way to their owners’ homes. Cups 8.30 p.m : : : 7 y :
and yesterday hundreds of people | These and large supplies of soft F

lined the counters of the various
hardware departments in the City
to get their supplies.

ere were several joiners
among the groups, but for the most
part were housewives who were
evidently intent on doing the
cleaning of their furniture them-

drinks as well, are being stowed
up for the Christmas celebrations.

Christmas is the time of giving,
and almost every Barbadian looks
forward with pleasure to inviting |
his friend to his home for “a}
drink.” As a matter of fact, to the
Barbadian, the Christmas celebra- |





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gives recital of Xmas mu-
sic at Combermere School
—8.00 p.m.












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CHRISTMAS EVE
Dinner 7.p.m-10p.m.

MENU :

_Fruit Cocktail Falernum- ~~
Cream Veloute of Chicken
“Fillet” of Bream Italjenne Sauce
Roast Turkey and Yorkshire Ham
Cranberry Sauce-Giblet Gravy
Broiled sweet potatoes—Jug-Jug
Rice Creole—Christophenes

NEW YEAR'S EVE

Dinner - Dance
7 p.m.-1l p.m.
MENU: —

Grapefruit Maraschine

Ox-Tail Soup

Red Snapper au gratin Duchess
Baked Ham and Roast Turkey

Assorted Nuts—Raisins
ee
Concert Music—Oarols—Favours—Fun—Fvolic Feasting
Reservations Accepted Until Saturday Noon, Dec, 23rd and. 30th
Telephone 2644

Assorted Nuts—Raisins





seen



Christmas News
1950



3 selves or getting some other mem-| tions would be incomplete if he Sun Rises: 6.11 a.m.
¢ ber of the family to do it. In doing| eculd not make the offer Sun Sets: 5.44 p.m.
6 so they effect an appreciable ————$——_———- | aan ris December 24
3 saving. ghting: 6.00 p.m.
é aug stores were crowded with, A scollisiSY ee the june- High Water: 1.48 a.m.,
f seekers after gift parcels especially ; ion of. Broad and. McGregor 1.10 p.m,
e of toilet requisites, while 2 oun | Streets between the car M-1784 YESTERDAY
§ pawn co many ue or a | and the van M-2252 yesterday Rainfall (C aris ti i
. shirt f es iy hd won | about 6.30 p.m. The van is the oak: Sen ee amr as in Saturday, December 23rd
; we doll eis : [eeerers of Alleyne, Ape Ms oF Total for Month to Yester-
Al the alleyways 2 the CO aa) Ss
f gauieades cries war ttg| | ——__ seat ea A WONDERFUL XMAS SHOW and DANCE
‘ -outdone by the nearby postcar¢ FIRST APPEARANCE Temperature (Min.); 73.5° F
* sellérs in their ¢ al to the pass- , Saeatar :.
Ss wae aning”, Werte ee cei shies wand oill “Gee keke For THE OLD LADIES’ HOME, Constitution Road
: purchases were made. visk trade | be Making its first appearance ai|| Wind Velocity: 12 miles per is to be held in the Great Ballr Sh 9.30 .
p ! were the sellers of spirits. For the | the Globe Theatre to-night. The ee 29.977 m r oe pe PEA Sy Hee
: ‘ past few days people were making "recital will be under the joint Barometer: Pe on.) 29.977, ' Dancing until 2.00 a.m.
4 ‘sure of their Christmas supplies, Patronage of Mr. W. A. Crawford (3 pm.) 29.894
* and yesterday quite a few trucks, and Mr. John Beckles, M.B.E Capt. Raison’s Police Band « Norman Wood -— Show Arrangements
‘ pees : Before the Show
‘ They'll Do It Every ‘Time dhstind rae te By Jimmy Hatlo
¥ ! pg herman mes WY | SS mr —=w7 A REAL OLD TIME CHRISTMAS DINNER
: Were JUST ie BUT. yj a Z Y ND THEN DOESN'T LIKE Its \% is being served in our Dining Room from 6.30 p.m. to 9.00. p.m.
ASKIN ail ny
‘3 SKI ee EETEES zE GO BACK IN CAN You 7 e Y Christmastide Trimmings, Yorkshire Ham, Yuletide Turkey .
: WHY DO THE VERY LATEST— A WEEK wae er 4 . i 7 er Per Person $4.00. « Please make your Reservation with Mr. Peterson 3513
; GALS GET = \,_ No IT ARE TO HAVE ‘EM LZ We Can Supply The Following
© -¥ (THOSE AWFUL- CALLED Ze CHANGED «=: BLUFF OUT. . *
% LOOKING B 6 ‘ , ED 1° Y \ go S r 24th
z° 6) “SHORT is CUTE— IF POSSIBLE- FEEDSTUFFEFS janday. December 2
/ S| Wainvos? a ae SPECIALLY PREPARED ROAST BEEF DINNER
£ ce acduiay. caer as you really like it served in the Ballroom from 7.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.
' ' , . An Orchestra will play for Dancing « Dinner and Dancing, per Person $4.00
: CRUSHED CORN * ' tare aS
SCRATCH GRAIN
Monday, December 25th
WHOLE OATS .
LAYING MASH” CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON TEA

will be served in our Decoratod Ballroom

‘ GROWING MASH Sandwiches, Cake and Christmas Fixings scrved with Tea or Coffee

. CHICK STARTENA Cocktails and Drinks as Ordered

2 CALF STARTENA *

- PHONE: 4267 gas AN ATTRACTIVE’DANCE PROGRAMME HAS BEEN ARRANGED
ee NE: ac sw Entrance 72c.

< ge WILKINSON X HAY Wes CO.. Mn }). includes Tea and Dancing from 4.00 to 7.00 p.m.









Full Text
Tharsday
December 21

19350



“.. THE HEART
IS HIGH ...”

Understanding and sup-
port for the mainten-
ance of the’ British
Empire is the most im-
portant cause in the
world. The _ highest
guarantee of peace, the
greatest warranty of

prosperity rests with the
Commonwealth, It is a

balancing force and a

guiding influence in a

world torn by dissension

with war clouds gather-

ing in every direction.

What shall f say then, to
men of the outer tmpire?

Put your faith in Britain
and trust in tna leader-
thip. The people are sound
and the heart is strong.

Britain has lost her cash
but maintained her credit.
Her funds are low but her
heart is high. The transition
from riches to poverty has
been swift and harsh — but
the people understand that
their misfortune has an
honourable cause.

Britain fought the war |)
outside her class. The ene- | |
my was abeve her weight.
Now the consequences are
felt.

In some quarters the idea
Prevails that Britain being
poorer can no longer be the
centre of the Empire. It is
a mistake to imagine that
wealth determines the issue.

Britain was poor when her
age cf expansion began—it
began partly because she
Was poor, because her sons
had empty bellies and torn
breeches and a liking for
adventure.

Britain is poor again. Her
wealth gone, but character,
courage, statesmanship re-
main, These are the factors
that decide.

The question is not where
will be the centre of the
Empire. It is whether it is
to continue.

That depends on whether
each of the great units
wants to maintain the old
association, And that, in
turn, depends on what each
Empire nation thinks of the
others,

Britain does not lead the
world in large-scale indus-
try. But she leads easily in
invention and _ discovery.
This is, so far, the British
century in most depart-
ments of science.

The British are also the
beldest nation in social and
Political fields. Great pio-
neerg, may be too bold -and-.
too swift, Time will show.

At present there is an
industrial and commercial
revolution. It is in conse-
quence of the war. It is an
immense upheaval which at
times rises to a pitch of
crisis.

Britain was the only na-
tion that was totally mo-
bilised for war—for nothing
of the kind was known else-
where, Britain was also the
only nation which in the
peace faced a total reversal
of her trading position.

The task of reconversion
is enormous. Britain has
now recovered and passed
her pre-war export. An
extracrdinary feat — possi- ||
bly enough to enable her to
pay her own way.

The crisis is not over—it
may last for years. But tri-
umph over disaster is sure.
For the spirit and skill is
unequalled. |

Lord Beaverbrook—Open-
ing the Royal Winter Agri- |
cultural Fair in Toronto,
14/11/50.






Europe Must
Help Herself |

—HOOVER

NEW YORK, Dec. 20.

Republican Ex-President Her-

bert Hoover declared in a radio| tries have agreed upon a uniform) New year"

address tonight that Western
Europe must create and equip
“huge numbers” of fighting divis-
ions of its own “before we land
another man or another dollar on
their shores,”

He said American sacrifices to
achieve West European unity so
far had failed. America’s defence
line must be the Atlantic and the
Pacific Oceans, not the continents
of Europe or Asia.

“Any attempt to make war on
the Communist mass, by land in-
vasion through the quicksands of
China, India, or Western Europe

would be sheer folly,” said.
To warrant further aid Western
Europe must create for itself

“organised and equipped combat
divisions of such huge numbers as
would erect some dam against the
Reds. American sea and air power
alone could control the Atlantic,
and block possible Communist
invasion of America.

The “atom bomb is a far less
dominant weapon than it was once
thought to be”, he added.

—Reuter.



The Minister had_ originally
; ini roposed to pay differentiating
Prime Minister eines to various Empire sugar
* | producing countries.
Of Malta Dies
VALETTA, Dec. 20. Favourites
Dr. Enrico Mizzi, 66-year-old
Prime Minister of Malta, died (From Our Own Correspondent)

here today. He had been working

in bed until last night.

His secretary said Dr. Mizzi was
ill when he went to meet Princess} 1st

Margaret at Luga last week.

He was ordered by his doctor) and Ostara
not to attend the latest sitting of
Assembly. He

the Legislative

went.

Dr. Mizzi was leader of Maita’s and Sunglee, 8th

pro-Italian Nationalists.—Reuter,

j and

merged into the No

tories — Britain, Fran
Luxembourg.

Ministers announced after

European integrated army
defence system. Their com
thrn to say that the future
isation had been considered.

— —_——— —_—-——— !

Russians Tortured |

}of the



Montgomery’s Job |
Will Disappear

When Europea
Is Formed

n Army

BRUSSELS, Dec. 20.

"[ HE WESTERN UNION will disappear or be |
rth Atlantic scheme as 2}
rcs.lt of decisions reached today in Brussels by the
Foreign Ministers of the five Brussels Pact signa

ce, Belgium, Holland and

a conference here that the

Vestern Union defence organisation was to be re-organ'sed
following yesterday’s 12-nation decision to form a West

munique did not go further
of the western defence organ-

decide details
merger, ‘the
Union can no longer gi

Generals would
Western
on plan-

| ning by itself’’ a spokesman said

Jap Prisoners |

U.S. Delegate Claims

i TOKYO, Dee, 20. |
William J. Sebald, American |
delegate on the Allied Council for |
Japan, charged at a Council meet- |
ing today that Russian authorities
had maltreated and tortured |
Japanese prisoners of war, |

He read detailed charges of |
maltveatment by Russians and
listed by the Japanese Govern-
ment, |

Allegations said tortures on|
prisoners ranged from continual
beatings with staves and electric
flexes, being forced to sit on
pieces of wood one inch square,
and no food during examinations,

They were also confined under
rigorous conditions and beaten,
had not enough food and no warm
clothing in sub-Arctice ccld, and
had no provision for repatriation.

Sebald aaded cnat prisoners
were often falsely convicted and
sentenced to long terms of im-
prisonment after which they were
east adrift with no chance of
going home or communicating
with their Government.

Soviet delegates headed by
Major General A. P, Kislenko sat
silently while Sebald made his
speech.

Japanese Government has
alleged that 330,000 prisoners of
war have not been-repatriated by
the U.S.S.R.—Reuter.





Biggest Railway
Station Opened

ROME, Dec, 20.
President Luig Einaudi of Italy
Tremier Alcide De Gasperi
today inaugurated Rome’s super
modern railway station the big-
gest in the world, begun by Mus-
solini in 1928.

It is believed to have cost near-
ly £6,000,000.

Facing trees and lawns of one
of Europe’s most attractive and
spacious squares, the station has a
regular white facade of 10 hori-
zontal layers of stone interspaced
with glass.

A novel concrete canopy mould-
ed like the entrance to a giant
marquee, fronts the building and
forms an airy glass walled book-
ing hall,

Twelve platforms with a total
length of three miles serve the
station’s 22 main tracks which can
handle up to 400 trains daily.

The roofed area of the station
with its offices and installations |
covers roughly 55,000 square
miles,—Reuter.

Ask Uniform Price
For 1951 Sugar

(From Our Own Correspondent)

LONDON, Dec. 20.
Empire sugar producing coun-













price for next year’s crop and have
submitted their figures to the
British Minister of Food, Maurice
Webb.

A delegation of Empire sugar
interests consisting of representa-
tives of Australia, the British West
Indies, Mauritius and the Fiji
Islands and led by Premier Hanlon
of Queensland, Australia met the
Minister this afternoon and placed
their proposals before him.

The Minister conceded the
principle of uniformity of price
for Empire produced sugar and
promised to examine the figures
worked out by the producing
countries.

The delegation is to meet the
Minister again on Friday to hear
his decision.

A member of the Queensland
mission said this evening that the
delegation had reason to hope that
their proposed uniform price
would be accepted by the Minister.

The agreement between Empire
sugar producers on a _ uniform
price, means that one of the chief
purposes of the present talks has
been fulfilled.



PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 20

The likely first day favourites

in the T.T.C. Xmas meet are

Fairfront and Careful Annie,

Tuffieybelle, Devon
3rd

ites Footmar« and

2ad.

Bowbells,



7th

} and Elizabethan ;
Palomine

Miniature

| dual commiands fcr each

“All the spadework done by the
Western Union has been made
available to the North Atlantic
Treaty Organisation and
have found it very useful.’

Asked if the General Staff of
the Western Union would continue
he said, “It will not go on as it
is new but there must be indivi-

region.’

they

Since the ratification of the
North Atlantic Treaty, other
regions within the crganisation

| had aecess to plans drawn up by

the Western Union for the defencs
of that area. |

Asked to which region Ger-|
many weuld be linked in the}
new Atlantic command the |
spokesman said, “It has not been;
decided but I should not think;
there would be much doubt about |
it”. “The Germans will be treated |
on a footing of equality.

Viscount Montgomery,
mander-in-Chief of the
Power Western Union Defence
Organisation which the newly
created Atlantic Army Command
will absorb has yet a decisive
part to play in Europesn defence, |
diplomatic quarters here, said to- !
day.

They did not discount the pos-
sibility that “Monty” might stay
on in the 12-Power military
organisation in command of the
western region with which he is
now familiar.

The decision would rest with
General Dwight Eisenhower and
the standing group of the North
Atlantic Treaty Organisation,

Lord Montgomery’s future has
aroused active speculation here
since yesterday’s decision by For-
eign and Defence Ministers 3

Com-
Five |





the 12 Atlantic Powers to create
a new command under General
Eisenhower.—Reuter



Truman’s New

Year Wish

WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.
President Truman expressed
hope today that in the New Year
the world would come closer to
realising its “ultimate dream of
liberty, justice and freedom”. He

told American armed forces in
Christmas message:

“This Christmas finds many
thousands of you abroad far from
your loved ones and close ties and
relationships which add to the
spirit and warmth of the holiday
season.

“Wherever you serve, your re-
sponse to heavy duties and respon-
sibilities is a proof that your mis-
sion as representatives of a free
nation is to strengthen and to give
hope to all who seek peace on
earth. May the real spirit of
Christmas abide with you and may
all of us in concert with all free
peoples come nearer in the New
Year to realising man’s ultimate
dream of liberty, justice and free-
dom.”

General George C Marshall,
Defence Secretary said: “It is my
hope and I know your hope along
with that of all the friendly world
that we will find peace in the















—Reuter.

New Vessel
Runs Aground

SCOTLAND, Dec. 20.

A new 320-ton river vessel, the
Orinoco, built on the Clyde for
export to South America, went
aground today on a sandy beach
off Lamlash Bay at Arran during
a gale,

She did not appear to be in any
danger and the crew were still
aboard some hours later.

A few days ago the Orinoco was
on her way to South America when
it put in at Lamlash Bay with
mechanical trouble. The morning
tide was not sufficient to refloat
the vessel this morning and a fur-
ther attempt was to be made at
high tide tonight.

It was originally designed for
passenger and cargo service on
the river Orinoro in Venezuela.

—Reuter.

Truman Will
Welcome Acheson

WASHINGTON, Dee. 20.
President Truman decided to-
day to give another demonstration
of his confidence in Secretary of
State Dean Acheson by meeting



Market} him late tonight at the airport on
(Joint Favour-| his return from Brussels

4th
The Jester, Best Wishes rs
resse t his minister$} 5th. Rosalind and leading Article,
pot Sigh Bg dR attend if he| 6th. Governor’s Cup, Blue Streak] Washington
‘ Rose mare be present to
and

The White House said that
though Acheson's plane would not
arrive until about

welcome
back from the Atlantic
talks.—Reuter

treaty

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as part of the Atlantic :

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TURKEYS, the traditional Christmas day fare on many di
all over the world, are in the news,
Joyce King brings two 15 lb. prime turkeys to the Turkey Sale




or tables



held recently in a village in England where the birds were auctioned
at prices ranging from 63/- for a 9-lb. bird

Express



WEST COMMISSIONERS
GIVEN FREE HAND

By PAMELA MATTHEWS

BRUSSELS, Dec. 20.

The three Western High Commissioners in Germany have
been given a free hand in their negotiations with the Bonn
Government on West German participation in the Atlantic
Army aceording to usually reliable quarters here.

The known results of the “big three” Foreign Ministers’
private meeting here last night have paved the way for
a simultaneous approach to the Soviet and West German

Governments.

SWEET. SHEEP

LONDON.
BATH night in Australia,
as recorded in a dispatch to
the London “Evening
News” 7
As a gesture to his sheep,
| whose wool is now bringing
him a fortune, a Riverina,
New South Wales. grazier
| has had his whole flock of
many thousands sprayed
| with Chanel No. 5,.—INS





Three Ministers, Ernest Bevin
of Britain, Dean Acheson ‘of the

/IM@ed States and Robert Schuman

of France, were known to have
taken two steps at their meeting
after the 12-nation Atlantic Coun-

jcil had approved the appointment

of General Eisenhower as Supreme
Commander of the Alliance's army,

Besides drawing up instructions
for the High Commissioners they

|| approved the texts of their replies

‘to the Russian note for four-power

U.S. Businessmen
May Buy Butlin’s
Camp

LONDON, Dec. 20.

Billy Butlin,
owner, announced

William
resort

|

|

talks on Germany, usually relia-
ble sources said.

Nothing has been disclosed about
the texts of the replies, but it is
generally assumed there will be
no retraction of the earlier western
suggestion of a four-power meet
jing of deputies as the next step

Observers here thought the Hign
Commissioners would make their
first approach to Dr. Adenauer for

British {forming German units as soon as
today | they

returned to Germany this

that a representative of the group | Week:

of United States businessmen is
in London to discuss the ‘purchase
of his partially completed luxury



Tt is st ll an open question how
far the Atlantic Powers’ gesture
of propasing to permit German

vacation village in the Bahamas, |‘t@tical_air support will convince

Butlin, a native of South Africa
who once toured Canada’s carnival
circuit with his parents, has made
a fortune out of running English
resort villages, but his camp on
the grand Bahama island has
been on the verge of bankruptcy

He refused to identify the Ameri-
“an representative or his backers,
but said none of them had any con-
nection with gambling interests.

There have been published re-
ports that Florida gamblers were

planning to take over the project

and fly customers from the U.S.
mainland in chartered planes,
—(C.P.)



Clothes Attract Pilgrims

VATICAN CITY, Dec. 20.

hammedan prince from the

of Kuwait, attracted the attentioz
of many of the 40,000 pilgrims

day for one of the last Holy Year
@udiences to be given
Pius XII.

at Pelican Island 10 days ago

cal Services said

established
pointing

daily and the

39 far doe:

«thousand
va inated

The flowing robes of the Mo-
Per-
sian Gulf, Emir Fahad As Subah;

1

crowding St. Peter’s Basilica to-

by Pope

Dr. O’Mahony, Director of Medi-

“The response of the public to
the app€al to be vaccinated at the

various Centres which have been
has been most disap-
This represents a very
midnight |low percentage of the population
time, Truman would | of the parish of St. Michael. ~The
Acheson | Centres are equipped to deal with

number
t consti



est Germany that its military
service in the Atlantic Army will
not be of an inferior grade

West German Government
quarters, and the Social Democra-
tic opposition at Bonn last night
received with reserve the Brus-
sels communique on an Atlantic
army.

Neither side thought it sug
that Germany’s demands

gested



to be met.

Dr. Kurt) Schumacher
cratic leader declared at Hanover
that his party would reject
Brussels decision so lortig
Allies failed to provide

likely
Nemo-



many.

The Germans themselves would

have to say the final word on
German rearmament, he said.
—Reuter



HOTELS BOOKED
FOR CARNIVAL

(From Our Own Corre pondent)





of the community to come forward



for
equality in European defence were

the
as the
enough
Allied troops to protect West Ger-



Ba




US Troops’ 1,300 Reds Killed

Transfer

Opposed —

W. SHING'VON, Dec, 20. {
Oppos..ion has arson y Con-
Gress to any speedy transfer of |
vdditional American ground troops |
o Europe }
President T.uman’s announce-
ment that more American soldiers |
would be sent across the Atlantic]
as soon as possible was expected |
today to bring demands from law. |
makers fer: |
1. Deta’led” information on}



heavy resistance from

Right Heart

2. Assurances that the United
States will not be stripped of |





military reserves at home BREMERHAVEN wr
There had been speculation that A 5i-year-old =German
five to 10 more divisions might severely sti' hee Mt
be sent to Turone in adeiition t breast, escaped death by a
| approximately 190,000 men already million to one t !
there heart is on the right side
Democrat Senator Walter American Arm Gat }
George, member of the Fore.gn Gablil-wharwes founda it
Relations Committee, told report- of stabl fine “th bk pe oe
ers he thought Congress would Dake ib ey ae
want to know just what western oe poet by 2 Ualted St
. court martial here to six

European nations proposed to do
about helping defend themselves
before a single man went abroad

Another Committee Member,
Senator Alexander Smith (Repub-
lican), said he believed it would
be a mistake for the President
“to send any more troops to Europe
without at least having the appro
val of leaders of Congress”

months hard labour Reuter



MacArthur Censors
News From Korea

TOKYO, Dec, 20





Republican Senator Mart'n General Mae Arthur today im-
former army general, told report-} posed censorship on all news
ers that before any more soldiers | ‘tories, radio broadcasts, magazine
were sent abroad reserves must be] -rticles and photographs on the
built up at home. —Reuter. orean war

After some controversy about
the effectiveness of. the’ present

voluntary censorship, General
MacArthur's press officer issued
Statement saying

“Effective immediately, all
press stories, radio broadcasts
Magazine articles and photographs
pertaining to military operations
whose origin is in Japan, will be
ubmitted to a press
livision for clearance
ransmission

Russia Increases
Exports To U.S.

WASHINGTON, Dee, 20.
Russia has increased her ex-
ports to America of manganese
and chrome ore—vital strategic
materials—since the start of the
Korean war, an official said today
Commerce Department officials

advisory
before

( , “Military operations is inter.
said they could not explain the] j,eted to include all forms, that is,
Soviet | motive but some thought upply, transportation, evacuation
Russia's need for dollars over-? ang

administration as well ag
| casualties and replacements

“News stories emanating
Korea which have been

rode all other considerations,

—Reuter
from

cleared

ei through army controlled ecom-
Stalin Is 71 To-day munication need not be cleaves
‘ unless they have been rewritten
MOSCOW, Dec, 20 n Japan

Greetings to Marshal Stalin for ‘Stories emanating in Kore
his 70th birthday are still appear and transmitted by army con
ing in Moscow newspapers toda trolled facilities will be screened
tomorrow he is 71, for security in Korea under pro
Thousands of groups and in-|cedures which are being set up

dividuals who sent congratulations | there” teuter

have been named in the past yea:
Today’s papers listed 71 groups
A barbed wire wreath will be
ceremon.ously posted here to Mar-



TIBETAN PEOPLE'S

shal Stalin on his 71st birthday GOVT.
tomorrow by West Berlin's anti- FORMED NOV. 24
Communist “fighters aga:nst in LONDON, Dee. 20

humanity”, In East Berlin and A People’s Government”

East Germany street-wide banners] ‘he Tibetan self-governing “

bear birthday wishes to Stalin w th}in Sikang” was formally f{ te ba
the slogans—“who loves Stalinjon November 24, according +

}loves Germany” and “who loves}teport received toda, fro: Pe.
Germany loves Stalin.” Flood 0!) king, New China, news sai iy
messages from the Soviet zone of . aioe

Germany loves Stalin.” Flood of

Marshal Stalin for his “generous

assistance to the German people”
—Reuter,

Deaf Mutes Burnt
To Death

TOKYO, Dee, 20

Ten deaf and dumb students
were burned to death when a fire
razed a school today in Okayama,
Western Japan

Damage was
£10,000

The cause of the fire was
knovn,—-Reuter,

X Mi
FIRE

ze

estimated at

un-



KILLS DAUGHTER
DURING DREAM

MELBOURNE, Dec. 20
A woman who pleaded that she
killed her 19-year-old daughter
with an axe while in a dream was

|

Christmas tre

and

need

acquitted of a murder charge @ Don't use lighted candie
here,
The Defence had called doctors, coration light

a leading psychologist and two

psychiatrists to support the likeli- @ Make sure that ti



The Pope will hold two more PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 18, |hood that the woman, 50-year-old oe
general audiences on Saturday,) Many of the principal hotels in| Mrs. Cognaon, killed her daughter in good conditior
December 23, and on Tuesday,| Trinidad are already booked t¢|to whom she was greatly attached ,

December 26, for pilgrims who| capacity for the Carnival celebra -| while sleep-walking @ Don't let Christmas Wr:
have come to Rome especially for| tions next February. Guest One psychiatrist said that the
the closing ceremonies of the Holy|houses and _ private boarding|actions of the crime —getting out @ Don't alloy ing
year. Also on Saturday at 11 a.m,| houses are turning down reserva-|of bed turning on the lights, open-
(Rome time) the Pope will broad-|tions. It is reported that last}ing two doors, getting the axe pil of wrappings; have
cast his Christmas message to the|Carnival some visitors slept in! from a woodheap, would be pure-
world.—-Reuter. the lobby of the hotels. ly automatic.—Reuter, ul i use
@ Keep matche ay fre
1,894 Get Vaccinat | aL
9 tons @ Have operative fire extir

Up to yesterday 1,894 people tute any effectual barrier against of Medical Services and were even your garden hbs
had been vaccinated at Barbados the introduction of small-pox into vaccinated,
since a suspected case of small-pox the Island. “Besides the Centres which have | ea reach of tre
was removed from a ship in the been already established in St.|
Harbour to the isolation Hospital “I again appeal to the members Michael, other Centres have now @ BUT REMEMBER

been opened Im the parishes of |

ERighth Army svokesman reported in Seoul.
ee aap as ernaeitianatanne”

jimeter in

| Theseus



vecoration ire

careful watching

IN YOUR HOME

UNLESS YOU CAN

And Wounded

TOKYO, Dec. 20.

NITED NATIONS forces were in strong contact
with Communist gr
first major clash on the Bighth Army front for three
weeks. The engagement was along a 30-mile front
or. the 38th parallel nor
The Second, Fifth and Fighth Divisions attempting
to improve their positions on the parallel met no

oups this morning in the

th of Chunchon.

North Korean forces, an

Meanwhile United Nation

other nations’ troop pledges to planes struck at North Korean
| I i

the new combined western lforees from dawn to-day flying

European defence force junder a cloud through flurries

of snow

Yesterday Superfortresses
bombed the supply towns of Tak-
‘hon and Chongju. Light bomb-

ers flew 32 night sorties and this
morning rocket-firing fighters flew
it to strafe troops concentrations,
Cartier planes and big guns

ro warships continued to
“make a deathtrap” of the ground
surrounding the Hungnam per-
northeast Korea, the
United States Navy announced
It was estimated that 1,300 Com-
munists had been killed and
wounded

British planes from the C
blasted targets on the
west coast on the Chinagu area
ind gave air cover to United
Nations warships on patrol while
Royal Air Force Sunderlands
joined American flying boats in a
longs range armed reconnaissance

rrier

American Sabre jets which
fought with Communist Jet-planes
over Northern Korea yesterday
for the second time in three days,
again got the better of the battle
General MacArthur's Headquar-
ters announced

In the first
two types of planes,
shot down one M.1L.G

Four F.85 Sabres, the newest
American Jets in the Far East,
mixed it with 12 Russian type
Jets over the border town of Sin-
uiju in this latest battle Com-
munist aircraft broke away after
suffering damage, the announce-
ment said,

between the
Americans

fight



In this morning's ground en-
counters, South Koreans made
slight gains in a push forward
north of the Parallel at some
points, but their attempts to ad-
vance were stubbornly resisted
by North Korean troops strongly
dug in along the whole 30 mile

Along the
north

Imjin River line, 30
of Seoul, South Kor
i forced an estimated 200
Communists to withdraw after a
two hour fight, an Eighth Arms
pokesman said

South Koreans also scattered a
forth Korean patrol after a brief
skirmish on the parallel 10 miles
outh of Yongchon

mil
nile

nN



Reuter

TELL THE ADVOCATE
THE NEWS

Ring 3113 Day or Night.

oe THE ADVOCATE

PAYS FOR NEWS.



AS

HAZARDS




fire hazards

|

decorations; electric de-
nd equally attractive
to your Christmas lights is
ipping i imutate
n f eco lior wna
ent f dq ph ish tra
ildren and be ireful of
lishers, buckets of water or
onnected to a faucet within

PUT A FIRE

in their thousands to be vaccin- Christ Church, St Lucy, St.| OUT IMMEDIATELY, CALL THE FIRE BRIGADE
ted. An excellent example has Andrew, St. John, St. Peter, St.

been set by the Colonial Secre- Joseph, St. George and St. Philip, AT ONCE

tary’s Department to the public and it is hoped that Centres will

in general and the C'vil Service be available in all parishes within

in particular. To-day, the Honour— the next few days | GUARDIAN ASSURANCE CO. LTD
able Colonial Secretary, Mr. R “Do not let the Christmas holi- |

N. Turner, the Assistant Colonia! days act as a deterrent to imme- London

Secretaries, Captain G. J. Bryan diate vaccination. Vaccination will | Local Agent

and Mr. D. A. Wiles, the Assis- not affect your Christmas festivi-| 8. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD.
tant Secretary, Mr. L.. N. Chenery ties, therefore come to the Centre Broad Street

and other personne! of the Depart- and be vaccinated now P.0. Box 227, Tel. 4465.

ment attended the

vaccmation
- Centre at the office of the Director

Vaccination is free and mean
protection against small-pox.”

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UDY GRAHAM'S Caribbean isiti THURSDAY, Dec. 21, "950
Revelry staged another suc- Visiting her Mother 7 Sn. Toe Nowe: 05 am. Mowe
y stag anor a ISS ERNA MASSIAH, a Bar- Analysis; 7.15 am. Close Down; 12 noon
cessful show at the Globe last Badiag ving in Trin The News; 42.10 p.m. News Analysis: 12.15
night. The Caribettes were again returnea home Sund by : pm. Pre ogramme Parade; 12.18 p.m. Ls
outstanding, these tiny tots doing French liner Gelemnbas eee eee rate, 3 sm. Bivens eee
* 3 4 aa in P i ot ' k ' , t wd) ewsree!
their little dances with grace. jiother Mr Mw OWassiah «who #1 ‘Raita Laugh 2 pam. The News; 2.10
Eusie Graham as Myrah Malicious 4 ° <" Siac p.m. Home News from Britain; 245 p.m
and May Ramdin in the role of Church at Kendal Hill, Christ Sports Review. 2.90 pm. Ring up the
oe e ‘ c Curtain; 3.30 p.r Round Britain Quiz
ability ‘as amateurs. showed great Miss Massiah, who is a school 4 p.m The News; 410 pm. The Dati;
ache . ‘2 ste . Se 4 >
The “Bandoo” by voodoo priest ‘@@cher, is at present staying at Jondvne ‘Armair. 7 im. ‘The Cothedral
(Cedric Phillips and worshippers) ‘ reas ‘ Waters, Worthing, and Organs; 5 p.m. Listeners’ Choice; 5.19
displayed excellent choreography, = to be here for about three 2 _nregresnaae Terese 358 5 Bsn
weeks ariety Orchestra; 6 p.m. Susheela Devi
pes mont a oe ee hich “* 515 pam. Merchant Navy Newsletter; 6.30
: s ys” . e.m. Bdueating Archie; 7 p.m The News
Judy Graham and Roosevelt After 36 Years 7.10 p.m. News Analysis: $15 p.m. We
Tudor showed the versatility of FTER an absence of 36 years see Bxitain; 7.3 pm, Genesally Speek.
the cast by their rendition of the in the US.A., Mrs. Beryl Lyé atl Enustert ae We Geek: GAP ban. Deevey
operatic arias which made the returned to Barbados on Si McLaren Talking; 84 p.m. Think on
show one of the best musicales of via Trinidad by B W.! A. these things; @ p.m. The —— ake
the son, Age » months’ h y i she of Tranton Tracy; 945 pm, Jose Khumbi;
season. three Bi - us holida whic a’ ® 10 pm. The News; 1010 p.m From the
i te tins | Re ee Se ee
ll, St. Th lo wr
R. ‘HERBERT WEAVER, ,Mrs. Lyall is a . ot pages oa
Facing turfite left for Trinidad Vernon Reeves, a member of thé Win Of Children’s
yesterday afternoon by B.W.LA, 5% Thomas Vestry ners l
for the Trinidad Turf Club's
Chtistmas meeting. Second Visit Christmas Competition
Leaving by the same plane was AYING her second visit to Ul :
. —_— Ms
Mrs. Edgar Crossley who has gone island in 35 years, Mrs. Lilian Seniors Hyacinth Inniss, St
over to join her husband who left Headley of the U.S.A rrived ra
a few days ago. here on Sunday by B.W.I "A via em
Trinidad for a holiday which she J a . Ww nba Fl
. ween : a Sl ty uniors — ( illiams oris |}
Not Retur will spend with her relatives i a > ‘
R. CARL gears. had all St. Thomas Dale, St. John
. DONS, who had all Mrs. Headley. who was last here Marilyn Gibbs, Croydon,
his bags packed, ready to eres : y
' zaee ? 24 years ago, is a si Mrs, Hastir
return to the British Council in Carlisle Boucher of “\ ’ Arch Will you please call for your
oes er a any - Eng- Hall, St. Thomas prizes between the hours of 9.00 i
vill not now be returning 5 2 4.00 b.m_ to-morrow
At the last moment he was offered Shocked ' .
a job at a Hostel which the British Ae ee resident in Ba
Council are running in Londor ving Eng
and he has accepted it who usec € ccasi
n ane soaa iy t
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ERNIE PARKINSON -

Me eivnt from Venezuela on -
Monday afternoon by B.W.I.A
to spend Christmas with his family
He is with Mene Grande O1 Co. i;
Venezuela and will be ning
on December 28th

retur

For Jamaica Holiday
ISS ELEANOR NURSE whe th
teaches at Queen's College M

has gone to Jamaica to spend
Christmas holidays. She left
Monday by B.W.I.A i
be away for one month

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19. Pish taki bait do, (4)

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9. You get this fram coal tar. (7)
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Beauly Is
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From NEWELL ROGEKS
NEW YORK, Dec. 9.
Is beauty a menace to woman



DECEMBER 21,

1950

Malnutrition | HARBOUR L0G | fan Mills For:

High For N.Z.
Children

By J. C. GRAHAM
AUCKLAND, N.Z.

One of the healthiest countries

when she worships her own ap-jin the world, New Zealand is con-

pearance?
Yes, said Dr. Max Rubinstein
tonight. And he is a Hollywood

physician to film stars.

He believes beauty worship is
a secret cause of many broken
romances.

He says: “There are women
who so idolise their beauty that
they can think of nothing else.
They are iceberg actresses.”

Two stars are listed tonight by
the National Association of
Women Artists as among “the ten

most stimulating faces in
America.”

But the artists warn they are
Mot chosen for beauty. Ava
Gardner is listed because, they
say, her face has the potential
explosiveness of the hydrogen
bomb» Lauren Bacall is chosen
for excitement “a bold and
venturesome face.”

SIR HUBERT WILKINS, the
Arctic explorer, tells Americans

their troops coulq be carried in
submarines under the Arctic Ocean
to within striking aistance of
Russian industrial centres.

And a magazine reports that the
U.S. Air Force Defence Command
Headquarters was moved from
near New York to the heart of the
Rocky Mountains because of the



are being

Six thousand

again.
delegates at the mid-century con-
ference on children and youth are

advpcated

discussing them. Arguments
against—only poor families would
get larger. Bonuses are Socialistie
Arguments for—large families of
all kinds are decreasing. Bonuses
Guarantee every child some basic
necessities.

HOW TIME FLIES Department:
One of America’s largest news
agencies issued a 160 word ex-
planation today For the benefit
of the younger generation”’—the
meaning of the words Dunkirk
and Munich when applied to the
Korean crisis.

FOR DRIVING a man 130 miles
to ask a girl to marry him, Texas
cabbie D, L. Grizzle received a
£357 tip. The girl said Yes.

HENRY FORD is to forego the
competitive advantage of selling
cars more cheaply than his great
rival, General Motors,

Because his costs have gone up
at a rate of nearly £37,000,000 a
year since June—the month the
Korean war started — he has to
abandon his earlier decision to try
to hold the price line, and will
raise the prices of his cars, too.



Boy Electrocuted

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 18,

A 13-year-old boy, Peter Singh,
was electrocuted shortly after 11
o’clock on Monday morning last
while at work at the home of Mrs
Evelyn Mapp at 25 Hyderabad
Street, St, James.

He was assisting in the cleanin:
of Mrs. Mapp’s garden and when
he went to remove a bit of wire
from a rose plant he was shocked
and began to bleed.

The Port-of-Spain Corporation
Electricity Board was summoned
and the current cut off. Singh
died on his way to the Colonial
Hospital.

$1,000 Reward

(From Our Own Cerrtepondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 18,
George Boyce, of Valencia
Village, who, after a 15-day man—
hunt by the Police, supplied in-
formation which led to the arrest
of Randolph Fraser, wanted for
four murders was handed a cheque
for the $1,000 reward offered by
the Police at Police Headquarters,
Port-of-Spain.




























complete

cerned over a report of a start-
lingly high rate of malnutrition
among children. >

The report was made by Dr.
A. W. S. Thompson, government
health officer, after an investiga-
tion in Auckland.

“Breakfasts nutritionally poor
in value are eaten by 36 per cent
of children, poor lunches by 25
per cent and poor evening meals
by 8.5 per cent. The day’s menu,
considered as a whole, is poor in
quality in nearly 35 per cent of
cases. ;

“These are staggering conclu-
sions about a population such as
ours, in a land of plenty, where
the actual expenditure of food is
so high, and especially when it is
remembered that the survey con-
tained no single case of unemploy-
ment, or a slum dwelling, or of
actual neglect.”

Hotel meals in New Zealand
were all the same — substantial,

| badly cooked and served, unim-

aginative, inexpressibly English,
and dull as a wet Auckland Sun-
day, Dr. Thompson added.—(CP)

End Of An
Odyssey



CROWDS in the streets
Christchurch, New Zealand, on
20th, November welcomed 30

year-old Lord Kilbracken as he
drove a Morris Oxford into the
town. It was the end of a 17,000
miles trip through 14 countries
which began in London in March
and gave Lord Kilbracken the
honour of being the first man to
this half-way-round-
the-world overland journey since

the war.
He described the performance
of the Oxford, loaned by the

Nuffield Organization, as “consis+
tently outstanding and typifying
solid British workmanship”,

Lord Kilbracken began the

journey as John Godley, Sunday

newspaper reporter, and through
the death of his father a short
time ago he succeeded to the
peerage.

His great-grandfather founded

Christchureh 100 years

was invited by the New
Zealand Government to represent
the family at the centenary
commemoration,

The drive has covered every
conceivable type of terrain, in all
types of climate, including primi-
tive roads in “iron curtain”
countries and’. severe desert
conditions,

Speaker Speaks Out

(From Our Own Corgethpondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dee. 18,
The Hon. William Savary, K.C,,
Speaker of the Legislative Council,
has reminded members of his



the service of the Council should
they misconduct themselves while
he was addressing the House, He
said: “As members know they are
free to leave the Chamberat any
time, but not while the Speaker
is addressing the House.” This

arose from an incident at last
Friday’s meeting when seven
members left their seats and

walked out of the Chamber while
the Speaker was addressing the
Council. “An act that is dis-
respectful to the Speaker and to
the rest of the Council’, he said.

E “ rn
ROYAL “BEBOP
LONDON.
Princess Marie Louise, a grand-
daughter of Queen Victoria, gave
this definition of modern music
at a recent luncheon: “It’s like
modern life — a lovely melody,
then discord and a crash. Like
modern life, it is sometimes hard
to understand.”—(CP)
















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dal; S.S. Wilford; 3.S. Bssi; 3.S. My-
ken; S.S. Casablanca, S.S. Federal; S.S.
Esso Scranton; S.S. Lady Rodney; 8.8.
Hat Creek; 8.S. Manny; S.S. Tug Dra-
gon; S&S. City of Delhi; 5.S.
Mountain.

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ARRIVALS By B.W.1LA.L.
From Trinidad;
Michael Deane; Pearl Deane; George
Deane; Carol Deane; Barry Deane Stan-

of} lay Deane; Carmen Wilkinson; Da Costa

Vaughan; George De Nobriza; Oliver

Hull; Ezra Ford; Leonard Broom; Bruee
Hall; Michael Hall; Stephanie Hall,
Elizabeth Hall; Hon. Frances Hutson

M.L.C.; Phillis Herbert; Derek Davies
From DOMINICA;
Mr. Herbert Hurtig; Mr, R, A. Fabian.
DEPARTURES By B.W.LA.L.
For TRINIDAD;

Gertrude Beil; Beryl Bell; Elsie Hus-
bands; Angela Mayers; Ethel Lester:
Margaret Corbin; frothy #Monsleque;
Kathleen Knowles; Gerard Aqui; Carmen

Pounder; Leslie Corbin; Louis Fisher;
William Ecklasburg.
For ST. V *

Thomas Davis; Rev. es Ton-

a |
geren; Emile Bell; R. N. Jack,
For DOMINICA;
Bishop Demets; Henderson Weithers;
Dorothy Weithers; Geoffrey Bard.

The Canadian Bank
Of Commerce

Bridectown, Barbados, B.W.1.
RATES OF EXCHANGE
20th December, 1950

Selling Buying
: 61 4/10
10% pr, Cheques on /10% pr.
33. 3/10% Pp re
Demand 61.25% pr. |
Drafte6l 1/10% pr.
63 3/10% pr. Gable 80 9/10% pr.
eae Goupous 59 2/10% pr.
50% pr. Silver 20% pr.

Cut Waste Hours

(From Our Own Correspondent)
PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 18.
Suggestions for transport im-
provements in Trinidad have been
made by Mr. Lionel Cross, Mr.
Cross who is the Assistant Traffic
Superintendent stresses the need

| for a strict observance of working

hours and the arrangement of

authority to suspend them from } -chedules so that an effective use

of man hours would be obtained
and every effort made to reduce
waste of man hours, :

Mr. Cross draws attention to
the fact that for 1951, the Board
allocated $17,241.44 for sick leave
and asks even if the Board could
afford this, was it in their best
interest to encourage sickness in
an undertaking when punctuality
and attendance are the primary
requirements.

e recommends the abolition of
the system of free travel for
policemen. He said it was not
only unnecessary but the privil-
ege was abus and conductors
when unable to account for pas-
sengers, use it as an excuse.

This memorandum of sugges-
tions for improvement of the

Municipal nee services in
Port- Spain followed Mr. Cross’
observations of the Transport

Method of Operations and Admin-
istration of the London Transport
Executive. '

|| TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Christmas — C

Placing their toys, artificial) a a
flowers and other Jhristmas wares 1%






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both women and men are combir iS \ y ee ae
the city streets and getting oneal WA remedy soothes away hoarse-
Sales. sa

The variety of colours and sizes chest and lungs.

of the artificial flowers are many
and the buyer has a wide scope
for choice. Judging by the number
of sellers who show their mate-
rials on Swan Street as against the |
other streets, much more selling |
is done along there. }

Although most of them are
always attending a customer, it is
not likely that one can pass near
one of these sellers and not be
induced to buy. Even the women
who usually sit with their baskets
in front of them along Swan Street
and seem to get little of the combs,
edge, cotton and such like sold are
being kept very busy serving cus- |
tomers. They have decorated their |
baskets with toy fan-mills.

Among all the bustle, the ery of
the Polar man is heard as he tell
one that the day is warm and he
has frozen sweets. He too is mak- | 3
ing many sales on Swan Street
and Baxters Road.

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A HAPPY CHRISTMAS
AND
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——
Printed by the Advweente Co., Lid.. Broad

.Thursday, December 21, 1950

ARUBA

THE drive to encourage tourists from
Europe, Canada and the United States is
on throughout the Caribbean. Luxury
hotels, holiday camps, special entertain-
ment cruises and other devices have been
adopted in order to attract people to spend
their summer and winter holidays in the
West Indies.

Each colony vies with the other and
competition is very fierce. The need to
earn dollars has made it so. It is useless
to make these lavish preparations and then
hesitate to tell the people whom we want
to visit us what is being done for their
comfort and. enjoyment.







A new brochure advertising Aruba,
Netherlands West Indies, has been sent to
the office of this newspaper and it is clear
that when the potential tourist reads of
the things which Aruba has to offer his
first impulse will be to book an early
passage there. The beaches, businesses,
and “beauties” find places beside the more
sedate church and hospital. In addition to
all this there is a lovely map of the island
and aerial views of the city.

The Barbados Publicity Committee have
announced their intention to produce a
new brochure advertising Barbados and it
is well that a map of the West Indies show-
ing the position of Barbados will be in-
cluded among the other illustrations.
The new brochure makes improvements
on former attempts.

Barbados has much by way of natural
beauty to offer the tourist from Europe
or the United States and Venezuela;
but it is no use having things to offer
without letting the stranger know. En-
couraging tourists is good business and
there is no form of business which can
thrive without proper advertising. If then
tourism is good business it must be treated
in the way all other forms of good business
are treated. The potential visitor must be
told of the good things in Barbados: he
must be told in the hotels, on the street,
on the ship, in the plane and in his news-
paper. The appeal is different in each
case but it must be directed towards the
same object. The people of Aruba have
found this out, and their brochure com-
bines useful information with illustrations
of the beauty of their island.

Carts

THIRTY-FIVE years ago Barbados could
not boast of 500 motor vehicles and the
Legislature in its wisdom then provided
that vehicles of burden should be confined
to the less busy streets of Bridgetown.
Animal drawn vehicles and handcarts were
only allowed to pass through Broad Street
at certain specified times in the forenoon
and again in the evening. That provision
has not been changed since.

To-day there are about eight thousand
motor vehicles in*Barbados with 2,000 in
St. Michael and another thousand in
Christ Church being used for private and
taxi services. The number of bicycles has
increased until the number in St. Michael
now reaches nearly 10,000.

. The time has come when slow moving
vehicles of burden should be kept out of
the more busy thoroughfares, at least dur-
ing the hours of business. They should be
restricted to the wharf and streets outside
the immediate city.

Handcarts managed by three men and
with several thousand pounds of goods
atop and with the wheels sinking in the
asphalt surface interrupt unnecessarily
the free flow of traffic. For several months
some of the “buses have been prevented
from passing through Broad Street be-
cause it was felt that they would impede
the flow of traffic. If this argument can
be used against ‘buses then it is even a
stronger argument against handearts and
animal drawn vehicles.

Our Readers Say:



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economic

stressed by Mr. Andrew Dalgleish
a leading figure in the British
T.U.C., when he addressed
members of the Colonial group
of the British Empire Society



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

THEY DO IT AGAIN AND AGAIN

> Oommen

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Advice ‘To Colonial Trade Unions

From Our London Correspondent.

NDON,
unions should
on politics, but
improvement of
conditions. This was

Colonial
concentrate

trade
not
on the

last week.

By so doing, he said, these
unions would command a greater
influence in the affairs of their
territories. He did not object to
participation of trade unions in
politics, but that should evolve
with the organizations and growth
of responsible leadership in the
unions,

Too much
pected

should not be ex-
of colonial trade unions
fit this stage, he warned. Until
1930. Labour legislation existed
in only four British territories —
British Guiana, Malta, Northern
Rhodesia and Hong Kong — but
there has
change since 1940
Colonia] Development and Wel-
fare Act was passed. This Act
stipulated that the Secretary of
State for the Colonies should
satisfy himself that fair conditions
of labour existed in the develop-
ment projects on which the grant
was used,

In Nigeria now there were 130
registered trade unions while the
Gold Coast, which had
unions in 1941, had 40.

Dealing with the education of
trade unionists and the help
given by Britain, Mr. Dalgleish
pointed out that at the 1950 Trade
Union Congress, a sum of £37,000

been a remarkable

when the

no trade



was voted for the benefit of
colonial trade unions.

number of colonial trade
unionists were either taking fuil-
time courses in Britain or came
on educational tours to see
British trade unions at work.
But the education of a few was
not enough. Much more must
be done in the colonies them-
selves. A possible way out in
West Africa was the proposal to
open a Ruskin type of workers
college at Ibadan in Nigeria.

Economic Cia ditions |

In almost every colony, he
remarked, there was a Labour
department with Labour Advisers
to help and advise in the suc-
cessful running of unions, In
fact, labour legislation in many
places was ahead of the needs
of labour,

There was stil! some difficulty
in the recognition of trade unions
by employers. In many instan-
ces, demands of unions were
either fantastic or crudely put,
but employers could do a lot
more to avoid bitterness and
misunderstanding by taking im-
mediate steps to reach settle-
ment before the situation got
out of hand. It was justifiable
for employers to expect increased
productivity, but there again,
the question hinged on education
and the training of responsible
union leaders, higher post# for
the local inhabitants, better
houses and wages and the culti-
vation of a feeling of partnership.

In development projects trade
unions should not be _ ignored,
although they could not wield as
much power as Britain.

Frustration and dissatisfaction

in the colonies was caused by
the feeling of mdigenous inhabi-
tants that their
woes were due to their being
under alien rule and that thes«
troubles would cease if that yok«
was removed. It was essential
both for the colonies themselve:
and Britain, that this distrust
and suspicion should be remove:
by taking the people — the in-
telligentzia in particular — intc
confidence.

miseries anc

He had heard it said by many
distinguished colonial people, in-
cluding lawyers, doctors and even
a university professor, that they
were more honoured in other
countries than in Britain. That
was not good enough. It
should be remembered, he
warned, that one foolish and
tactless act on either side would
lead to repercussions on the other
He stressed the need for tact and
understanding on both sides.

Mr, Dalgleish, who has been a
member of the British T.U.C.
for some thirty years, confined
his references to Africa, because,
he said, his knowledge of condi-
tions there was more personal
than in any other territory. He
had visited Northern Rhodesia
twice — once as the chairman
of a commission.which reported
on Labour conditions in the
Copper belt. A member of the
three-man commission which en-
quired into the 1948 disturbances
in the Gold Coast, he has just
returned from, Nigeria after serv-
ing on the committee appointed
by the Secretary of State for the
colonies to advise on _ labour
relations there.



Maudie=The Adventures Of
A Reluctant Out-Of-Date

MAUDIE LITTLE-HAMPTON

represents the under-privileged
aristocracy who, in order to
maintain their accustomed style

in an unaccustomed world, soil
their fingers in commerce without
getting them soiled enough, con-
duct bitter price-cutting wars
with neighbours over the rates o!
admission to stately homes, and
smartly export themselves to the
United States before the flood of
cheap foreign countesses can
spoil that market.

Through Osbert Lancaster’s
pocket cartoons every Daily
Express reader knows her trials
—her wooing of elderly ambas-
sadors; for their diplomatic petrol,
the hardship of having a_politi-
cally minded cook (Well, daar,
I expect you’d be spending a lot
of time in the Ritz nowadays if
your cook were gallantly con-
testing a Tory stronghold”), hei
unstinted efforts to promote
Anglo-American good will (‘What
I can’t get straight about your
Civil War colonel, is whether
George Washington was on Abra-
ham Lincoln's side or Vivien
Leigh's”).

Those who do know her
and have 8s. 6d, to spare will
without further recommendation
from me at once buy Osbert
Lancaster’s “album”, ‘“Facades
and Faces,’ published to-day by
John Murray: and in doing so
they will buy something even
more delightful than Maudie,

New Satire

For although Lancaster makes
Maudie’s eyes protrude on about
half the pages, he uses the other



8a.
Mr. G.

By J.P. W. Mallalieu M.P.

half of the album to produce
what I think is an entirely new
form of satire.

It is called Afternoons with
faedeker.

Each “afternoon” consists in
parts of a double-page drawing

“Darling, do think o e-
one we really loathe thon
Jennifer can make a Christ-

mas present for

in
andicrafts class |”



which, though imaginary, epito-
muses a place—the wealthier part
of Manhattan, the more deadly
part of a French town, the more
portentous part of a Bavarian.
estate.

But the drawings are not left



0

to themselves. Each is accom-
pauied by some verses; and it is
from the combination of verse
and drawing that the full satire
emerges.

vust once the satire is savage
The statue of an Irish-looking
figure in Grecian robes standing
in © cheerless square against a
blackened sky is accompanied by
this verse:—

The distant Seychelles are not so
remote

Nor Ctesiphon as ultimately dead

As this damp square round which
tired echoes float

Of something brilliant that George
Moore once said;

Where, still, in pitch-pine snugs
pale poets quotes,

Verses rejected by Bodley
Head,

For in this drained aquarium no |
breeze

Deposits pollen from more fertile
shores

Or kills the smell of long un-
opened drawers

That clings for ever to
dripping trees, ...

Good Chance .. .

In his preface Lancaster hopes,
while his landscapes may be
thought by the hypercritical to
fall a little short of Turner's, that
the accompanying stanzas may
not be deemed invariably to fall
below the level of Turner’s
poems,

I have never heard of Turner’s
puvems. But I think that Lan-
caster’s satire has a good chance
of lasting as long as Turner’s
landscapes.—-L..E.S.

the

these

Christmas Cheer



Music

To The Editor, The Advocate—

Sir,—The Trinidad and Tobago
Steelband Association wish the
people of Barbados a happy
Christmas and a prosperous New
Year.

I am of the opinion that the
presence of a group of young-
sters from our Association, under
the guidance of a very dynamic
secial worker, Mrs. Violet Thrope,
wili lend a hand in their own
inimitable manner in bringing a
novel touch to your Yuletide
festivities.

In Trinidad, thanks to the Youth
Council and the Government
Steelband Committee we have
done much to set the “steelband”
on the road to playing its full
pert in West Indian Culture. .

We have been beset with many
difficulties in gaining — social
acceptance for this art-form and
we look forward to this visit of
our juniors to your pleasant
shores with anxiety and hope

Barbados is famous for its
weiceme and hospitality and we
assure you that in turn these
young pioneering amba
will delight and intrigue y:
the captivating melodic

sadors
u with
whict

they produce with their instru-
ments — instruments born of
necessity to fill the irrepressible
urge of the West Indies to
produce music.
CARLYLE PETER KERR.
Trinidad and Tobago Steelband
Association,
Cocorite Youth Centre.
December 12, 1950,

Social Work Appeal

To The Editor, The Advocate—

Sir,—The Army's Annual Secial Appeal
is to provide Christmas Cheer parcels for
poor families and treats for needy
children and to awist the Social Work
programme during 1950, The Appeal

on Saturday, December 23rd
Further donations in cash, food or
clothing are earnestly solicited. Dona-
tions should be addrawed to
Salvation Army, P.O, Box 57,
town. If unable to send your
please dial 2467 and an Official Collector
will call.

Previously acknowledged $733.94
Dear's Garage 5.00
A. T. Phillips, Esq 2.00
Ss. A. Hammond, Esq 10.00
H. & J 5.00
Bowring Bros. Ltd. Newfound-

i, (per Da Costa & Co.,
s Clarke 1.0
1.00



Friend 2.4

Evelyn 5.00
Jason Jones & Co. 5.00
Javon Jones Garage 10.00
Cc. L, Pitt & Co. 10.00
Wilkinson & Haynes Co, Ltd 5.00
RM, Jones & Co, Ltd. §,00
Imperial Optical Co 8.00
Huskisson’s De; ses 3.00
Smith's Shipping Service 2,00
Chelsea Garage ......... 5.00
Barbados Co.op Cotton Factory
Ltd. 35.00

A Parcel of Children’s clothing 1%
giatefully acknowledged from the St

Michael's Girls School, also Gifts in
kird from the following — Cit
Phormacy; Crown Mineral Water Co

Stansteld Scott & Co.; Gittens
& Co. and John Gill & Co

Croney

Graves

To The Editor, The Advocate—

Sir,—I have read in to-day’s
Advocate that once again the
superintendent and Treasurer of
the Westbury Cemetery is ap-
pealing to owners of graves to
have them cleaned up for the
coming festival.

I wonder if it would be asking
too much of this gentleman if-he
would in turn have the Westbury
Cemetery cleaned up for the
coming festival of those childre

} frequent the cemetery and
teal the flowers as soon as
ire placed on graves

RIP.

To The Editor, The Advocate

SIR,—Please grant us space to
return thanks for the following
further very welcome donations

The Hon: H. A. Cuke ..,. $
Two country Friends ....
Mr. St. Clair Hunte ....
T.C.H. * $2.00; H.G.H.
1.20 Bh ics

5.00
25.00
5.04

a eee ene oa 5 3.20
Mise P, Smith... . G35. 60
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Skeat 2.00
R.D. $1.00; Miss H.
EUAN eosin ae o's hints 1,00
Mr, and Mrs. E. T. Davis 1.00
A Beene CW). kaa s 2.48
Messrs. Thani Bros, (and

CORTE). be vas s 10.90
A Friend (F.H) .. 2.60
Mr. D. F. de Abreu 2.00
A Friend (S.H.) 10,00
Miss Kellman 2.88
A Friend (M) Pe, 5.00

Total to date $127.20.

May I add that if any sub-
scribers are interested and find
it convenient to look in at the
distribution, planned for Todas
at the Bethel Church Halj at 4.30
p.m., they will be very welcome

FRANCIS GODSON,
B. CROSBY,
J.R.1 CRANE

December 18

Y

1950



‘Can Europe Arm In Time’

My Kingsbury Smith
(European General Manager 1.N.S.)
PARIS, Dec. 15,
‘ Russia is engaged to-day in military pre-
parations on a scale greater than was Adolph

Hitler when he started World War II.
| Western Imtelligence reports show that] /

Russia is not only strengthening her own
massive military machine but is steadily
arming Eastern Germany and other Satellite
States.

Also these reports indicate that the oI

| munist bloc troops are being armed and

trained offensively rather than defensively.
Russia now has more troops under arms
and more combat planes in active service
than Hitler had when the Nazi armies over-
ran Western Europe in 1940.
Hitler in that campaign had available 130

divisions and approximately 4,000 front-line |

combat planes:

To-day Russia is credited by Western
officials with having 175 active divisions
and at least 19,000 combat planes.

The Allied Forces which Hitler
in Western Europe - included 100
Divisions, 22 Belgian, 11 British
Dutch Divisions.

To-day those same Western Allied Powers
have available for defence less than 15
divisions—weakly-equipped and mostly
dermanned.

With more than 2,000,000 men already on

overran
French
and 12

active duty, Russia is considered capable of |;

putting 300 divisions in the field within 60
days and 500 divisions within a few months
after full mobilization. Russia’s manpower

pool of trained reserves is reported to ote

12 million men.

Russia’s Navy is being built up on a scale
never before known, concentrating mostly
on submarines. It is estimated Russia will
have 1,000 submarines by late next year.
These include long-range craft capable of
operating across oceans and also “pocket-
subs” which ean be launched from mother
surface ships. The latter are believed to
be similar in type but much more modern
than those the Japanese used in attacking
Pearl Harbor.

Other Soviet Naval programme details in-
clude: Reported construction of two 20,000-
ton aircraft carriers (it has one 23,000-ton
carrier); five new 35,000-ton battleships, two
reportedly completed. Also ‘Russia is be-
lieved to be completing two new 8,800-ton
cruisers to give the navy a total of seven
fast ships of this class.

Modern tanks are reported rolling off
Russian assembly lines at a rate of 3,000
yearly. Western Defence Chiefs estimate
the Soviets have a total of 40,000 tanks, of
which 12,000 are front-line machines and the
rest in Reserve. Twenty per cent of these
are believed to be heavy ones of 50 to 70
tons.

Russia also is believed to be producing five
different types of jet planes at a combined
rate of 2,000 yearly. Some of these are con-
sidered to be as good as anything produced
by the Western Allies.

Russia also is building up Satellite fighting
forces in Eastern Europe. These forces are
estimated at more than 500,000 men at the
moment. These are trained in Russian at-
tack methods, the same disregard for losses
that characterized Soviet operations in
World War II.

Former Czechoslovakian officers who fled
to the West, report their country’s army was
switched from a defensive to an offensive
instrument shortly after the communist
coup d’etat early in 1948.

Poland is the most striking example of
how the Satellites are being militarily soviet-
ized. The Polish army has been put under
sugreme command of Russian Marshal K. K.
Rokossovsky and is now estimated to num-
ber more than 350,000 men with a target
goal of 700,000 by 1952 reportedly being set.

Poland’s army budget was doubled this
year compared to 1949. Military Service
terms were lengthened from 24 to 27 months
and to three years in the Air Force and
Navy.

For the first time in Poland’s history wo-
men are being conscripted for military ser-
vice. Regular military training for all men
up to 50 is imminent.

Since Marshal Rokossovsky took over a
year ago nearly 300 Poiish Officers have been
dismissed and replaced by Russians and
Poles trained in Soviet Military Academies.

Similar Sovietization of the Bulgarian,
Rumanian and Hungarian Armies is being
carried out as Russia arms itself and its
puppet states.

The purposes of these communist moves
are known only to the Kremlin’s rulers. But
to Western leaders the threat of an eventual
Russian at’ack on the West is all too clear.

Can Western Europe arm in time against
this threat?

At the moment Western defences are very
feeble. Even “on paper” the proposed At-
lantic Alliance Army will number only 40
to 50 divisions against the massive commun-
ist-bloc armies. And the plan calls for three

| years'even to complete that number,

Western leaders are thinking in terms of
this number of highly mobile divisions be-
ing able, to prevent a possible World War

| Ik And banking on reported American
superiority in atomic weapons to deter the
Russians from making

attack in

any

near

future—LN,S,

the



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MAKE IT A HAPPY XMAS

HAMS

Legs Average 15lbs.
Picnics Average Tbs?
Hams in tins 2s., 4s.,

FRUIT CAKES

For Xmes Presents
12s.

LIQUOR DEPT.

Gold Braid Rum (3 yrs. old)
Top Notch Rum

Prunier Brandy

Vielle Cure, Qts. & Pts.
Rhine Wines

Sandeman Wines

Tuborg Beer

SOUDA CHEESE





MEAT DEPT,
Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens,
Rabbits, Frozen Red Salmon,
Turtle Steak and Soup, Red

Apples, Fresh Vegetables.

EDAM CHEESE

GODDARDS

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1950

LARGE SUPPLIES
OF MEAT WILL |
BE AVAILABLE

HERE WILL BE no shortage
cf beef and pork at Christ-

A butcher at the Public
Market told the Advocate yester-
aay that he expects to have large
Supplies of both pork and beef ir
stock.

He said

mas.

that in of ¢é
shortage of local beef
still the imported beef to be sold

The market will be opened
every morning throughout the
holiday season, but a few butchers
are anticipating taking their
holiday from Sunday. One said
that he would advise his customers

to take fheir supplies of meat
from that morning otherwise they
Tuesday.

case
there is

might be without on Monday and
BOUT 40 yards of the break-
water at the Princess Alice
Playfield has been completed. Mr.
Evan Nurse, foreman, told the
Advocate yesterday that if the sea
Temains calm he expects that the
job will be finished in less than
six months.

Nurse has been connected with
the Public Works Department for
the past 15 years. He has ereciea
breakwaters at the Harbour Police
Pier, Esplanade and St. Anns Fort,

He said that when they first
Started at the Reef they haq to

pair parts of the old breakwater

it were undermined by the sea.
The trucks from the Sanitary De-
partment brought refuse to fill in
large open spaces and this kept
out the water. They are now
being supplied with bits of iron
pipe from the Water Works De-
partment and these will be placed
against the wal] to form a support.
MAN walked around certain
districts, pretending to be an
employee of the Biscuit Factory,
and obtained money from three
people by false pretenses. On
all occasions he promised the
people that he would supply them
with flour bags.

On Sunday his two victims were
Erma Lavine of Mount Standfast,
St. James ang Belfield Alleyne of
Holders Hill in the same parish.
From Lavine he obtained $3 while
he received $3.84 from Alleyne.

From Doreen Holder of Spoon-
ers Hill he obtained $2.08 on
‘Tuesday.

IE BAG BUSINESS has been

going on in Bridgetown for
over a half century. People in
this business buy sugar and rice
bags from wholesale and retail
merchants and in turn sell them
to factories where the bags are
filled with sugar during the crop
season.

Before these bags are sold t
the factories they are washed and
dried. This continues throughout
the year. They are afterwards
stored away in bonds.

At Suttle Street there is a firm
that has been in the bag business
for the past 15 years, The regular
drying spot of this firm is at the
back of the Public Market.

Tf 8 O'CLOCK last night the

Sunday School children of
St. Mary’s Church staged the
Nativity play “Christ Is Born” at
the Church. The large crowd
that attended very much ap-
preciated the performance.

Before the play began the St.
Mary’s Choir enlivened the at-
mosphere with Carols.

PUMPKIN vine has started

to grow on the Princess
Alice Playfield and shortly this
may be bearing pumpkins. This
vine was not planted by anyone,
but perhaps a bird dropped a seed
on the ground.

The grass on the field has now
grown very long and one of the
groundsmen told the Advocate
yesterday that they are looking
forward to a motor mower to cope
with the growth.

At midday yesterday only a
few sheep could be seen grazing
on the ground. The majority of
school children on vacation find it
impossible to play on the field
beeause of the long grass.







This point duty Constable at the corner of Broad and Prince William
vehicles and pedestrians.
When he stops traffic it is time for pedestrians to cross,

pedestrians must stop.



YOUR GUESS

AN extra five dollars
Christmas week is nothing
wink at, The luck of securing
such a welcome piece came to
Miss Eunice Seale of Baxter's
Road yesterday. She was the win-

ner of this week's Guess Photo
Competition in the Advocate
newspaper. She answered cor-

rectly “the cupola on the building
opposite the Eye Hospital, Bay
Street,” in reply to the question
“Where is this and what is it?”

There were other competitors
who guessed that it was a cupola,
but they putit on the wrong
building. One such said it was

the cupola on District F Police |

Station, and another described it
as the cupola on the Advocate
building,

One competitor revealed an
imperfect knowledge of the local
prison house when he called
the sentry look-out at Glendairy !
Prison. Another thought it was
the Flagstaff at Clapham, and
someone else guessed incorrectly
that it was the New York Hotel
in Baxter’s Road,

Another guesser who concen-
trated on the city area called it
the old Y.M.C.A. at Pinfold Street,
and another the Life Insurance
building in Broad Street. Still in
St. Michael a competitor hazard-
ed the guess that the photo was
one of the lookouts on Mr. Keith
Walcott’s house at Spooner’s Hill.

Moving into Christ Church an
unlucky guesser tried the repily
“Grand Stand House”, Garrison
A second said,
on top Marine Hotel”.



Two Months for 1/-

CLEOPHAS BROWN of the Ivy
Village was yesterday sentence«
to two months’ imprisonment witn
hard labour by the Judges of i
Assistant Court of Appeal
G. L, Taylor and Mr, J, W. .
Chenery. In passing sentence, the
judges confirmed the decision o!
Police Magistrate Mr. H. A.
Talma who _ sentenced Brown
when he found him guilty of the
larceny of a shilling on Swan
Street last Saturday.

Brown who has two previous
convictions for larceny ang one
for house-breaking and larceny
was also ordered to pay 8/4 costs
in seven days or in default 7 days’
imprisonment. Brown’s last offence
was December 8, when he was
fined £6 for the larceny of
£1 11s 5d., property of Ivy Sobers.

The shilling was the property of
Kenneth Carter of Welches Road
The shilling was dropped from the
second floor of Holder Bros,, to
one Victor Bynoe, It fell on the
pavement and Brown took it up
and put it in his pocket,

Brown’s derence was that he
picked up the shilling and en-
quired to whom it belonged.
About three people said it was
theirs and he asked whether one
shilling could belong to three
people.

Se

j
during ;
to |

|; many



it |

Jug Jug Will
Be Scarce

JUG JUG, which can almost
be called the Barbadian Christ-
mas dish, will not be seen on
tables this Christmas. Not
only is guinea corn flour scarce,
but so are green peas. Sorrel, an-
other must, is searce too, bic
there are some hams and plenty
of fruit

Dry peas are also scarce, but
there will be no difficulty in get-
ting split peas. Rice, of course
except on very rare occasions is
always with us, and butchers’
knives will work overtime on
pigs, sheep, goats and cows, ~

There will be turkeys for those

| who can afford them and fowls,

vabbits and ducks. .Some _ stores
and shops have a.good supply of
cooking butter, and cheese can
; also be had. Condensed milk is
on the short side again,

With cooking butter here,
housewives who want to make
their own puddings will not have
much of a headache, except, ol
| course if the oven refuses to func-
tion



“the watchtower

Choice wines, Vermouth and
other expensive drimks can be
easily obtained, and there is
hardly need to mention that the
less expensive and much more
freely circulated rum of various
qualities and brands will not be
in short supply.

Full Larders

| Buying of articles of food for
the season is now in full swing
and will reach a grand climax on
Saturday. Larders will have to be
really full by Saturday night, be-
cause no shopping can be done
after that until Wednesday the
following week.

Despite scarcity of some items,
the signs are that where food is
concerned it will be still a better
Christmas than some experienced
curing the past, especially during
the war years. If those who do
not get jug do not feel too badly

about it, they can still spend a
happy Christmas.
There are some _ people o!

course who are usually incapable
of eating their Christmas dinner
because of indiscretion on Christ-
mas Eve, alcoholically speaking
For some of these, that is their
idea of a happy Christmas, and
at any rate it gives them some-
thing to talk about when Christ-
mas is over.

DIED SUDDENLY

Joseph Phillips, a 33-year-old
labourer of Andrew’s Tenantry,
St. Joseph, died suddenly at the
P.M.O's residence, St. John, on
Fapediay evening.

He was later removed to the
St. Joseph’s Almshouse where a
post mortem examination was
performed by Dr. L. F. Tappin,
P.M.O. of St. Andrew.

Death was attributed to aneur-
ism to the heart.

cea aga aa

but when he signals traffic to move on



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Crossing Lane
Removed









who are using this lane

Many pedestrians tend to cross
at the wrong time. On occasions
when the Constables stop vehicle
for pedestrians to cross they als
stop. When the vehicles move off |
they move off

Henry Streets directs both





Another Line

Calls Here Mary Lewis Brings Rice

Schooner Mary M,. Lewis, 69
Barbados

The Saguenay Terminals Ltd.] tons net, arrived at
line have begun to run freighters yesterday with 1,250 bags of rice
between England and the West} and quantities of firewood and
Indies. chareoal, The cargo came from



British Guiana.

The first ship operating on thisf)’'The Mary M. Lewis will
route to arrive at Barbados will] begin to discharge her cargo
be the s.s. Lord Mariner which] today.

the arriva) of the s.s, Beech Hill
on
will be

made to Barbados
the Saguenay Terminals line,
they were all from Canada






is due on January 8
Her arrival will be followed by

SIX MONTHS FOR
STEALING CYCLE

ST. CLAIR JORDAN, a
labourer of Church Street, St
Michael, was yesterday sentenced
by His Worship Mr, E. A. McLeod

vessels
cargo

January 18 Both

bringing general

of calls were
hy ships of
but

Quite a number

Messrs Plantations Ltd., thet six months’ imprisonment with
local representatives of the |}hard labour for stealing a bicycle
Saguenay Terminals Lid lin€/the property of Milton Bonnett.
told the Advocate yesterday that]on Dec. 20.

the




four



of the vessels operating on
Canada-West Indies route

employ about 100 West Indian - FINE.
seamen
LESLIF REDMAN, a_ labourer
The ss. Sea’ Prince which] 5¢ Barbarees Hill, was fined 40/-
operates on this route, is sche-| py His Worship Mr. A. J, H. Han-
duled to arrive at Barbados from ]s¢hell yesterday when he was

Halifax on Saturday.

found guilty of the unlawful pos-
She is bringing a_ cargo of

session of six packages of cotton
lumber for Messrs. J. B. Leslie }thread valued at 30/- on Decem-
& Co., Ltd. ber 19.

BEER RRB
FRESH SHIPMENT OF ...

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Just in time for Xmas

D'ORSAY
PERFUME

| Intoxication—Duo-LeDandy
Also D’Orsay Cologne

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And AFTER SHAVE LOTION



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WE ARE NOW ASSEMBLING

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and already we have received orders totaling nearly

half the shipment.

So highly is the “HUMBER” in

England that the Makers,
Warrant, been appointed

CYCLE MAKERS T0 Hl. M. THE KING

“HUMBER?” bears the imsignia above

esteemed
have by Royal

| and every
‘ the name-plate.

NO OTHER CYCLE CARRIES THIS
HALL-MARK OF QUALITY THE

‘give Gillette

A gift for every day of the year

This is just the gift a man would choose

for himself. To make’ the daily task of

shaving into a daily pleasure, Gillette has
the sharpest blade in the world which, com-
bined with its own precision-made razor,
forms one perfect shaving instrument,

There are attractive Gillette razor sets
at prices ranging from 78 ¢ to $5.95

Trade Enquiries: T. Geddes Grant Limi



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——

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POSSESSION
THE “HUMBER”
ITSELF

OF WHICH PLACES

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THE Folice Constable p
iuty at the corner o Br vad and
Piince’ William Henry Sweets as
wo duties to perforn He not
nly directs traffle but pedestrians,
The crossing lane, which w
situated between Aitexanc
“Bayley and the Canadian Bank o/
‘SMommerce, has been removed a
tew yercs further down Broa
Street between Messrs. P. A
Clarke and the Canadian Bank ot
Commerce.
Major R.A. Stoute, Deputy

Commissioner of Police, told the; bunches of grapes and moderate
Advecate yesterday that this was)|:upplies of potatoes, onions, split
done so that the lane would be|peas, hams in tins, rolled oats,
nearer to the point duty Constabie. ; milk powder and beer were
He can now direct pedestrians||janded by the Helena |

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sEVERYBODY’S

SENN SB GNSS

| Worship Mr. A. J. H

of Stansfeld, Scott & Co.,
December

Clarissa Bradshaw of Jackson, St.
Michael,

















PAGE FIVE







Dutch Apples

Are Here

sual run of fruit seen inj

plet itiful this

JUST ARRIVED

of the year wa supple } a
eR ee “ TRINIDAD’
110 case of Dutch appk |
Che supply of apples was part

of the cargo brought to the island
y the Dutch motor vessel Helena (

She called from Amsterdam an‘

totterdam |

i

Some 60 cases of cheese, 50

The Helena is expected to leave

———





ceal ag for Trimidad today. Her 33

mee oe AT ONLY Cc. TIN.
[EXPENSIVE CIGARETTES BE SURE TO ORDER YOUR
| ak’ Selohnel ieee Somtheas eet REQUIREMENTS FROM YOUR

d to pay a fine of 18/- after His
Hanschell
ound him guilty of stealing two
»oxes of cigarettes, the property
Ltd., on

DEALER TO-DAY

19.

SPECIFY



———

y
15'- FOR ASSAULT Ss * TRINIDAD ”
Â¥ ORANGE JUICE

A fine of 15/- was imposed on

by His Worship Mr.
H. Hanschell when she was
ound guilty of assaulting and
eating Gwendoline Nurse, also
~ Jackson, St. Michael, on

A. J.



December §





_ Shirts and Ties

formal and otherwise











RADIAC DRESS SHIRTS, ELITE SPORT SHIRTS,
with stiff and soft mar- Long Sleeves, flowered
cella fronts, with two soft designs. Very attractive.
collars to match and also Sizes: S.M.L
with soft collar attached. pach $6.93

PRICES: $6.26; $6.78 and rere SHIRTS with Tru-

, benised collar attached in
STIFF DRESS © : shades of white, grey,
Sizes ye COMLARS, blue and tan,
zes 14'6 to 18 : $4.82
Each 66¢ Each ; is
ELITE STRIPED —
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS with trubenised r
in self colours of white, attached. Sizes 14 to 16%
grey, blue, maroon $3 71
Each . *
Each $188 § DRESS TIES
— $1.31 Ready Tied and Tie Yourself

in Black, White and
DRESS CUMMER BANDS Maroon.
in Maroon and Black Bach 91¢

ME So Fe tiveaene

and

$3.41 $1.74

i.



CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LID.

10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET



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Ys
Handbags, Nylon Nighties, Slips and
Panties,
Gold Jewellery, including Bangles

Necklaces, Identification Bracclets

and Earrings

Nylons, Max Factor Gift Sets

Boxes of Hankies,

Pictorial Scarves with Map of Barbados
showing’ local scenes and activities

.

PEPE PALS EEN ER TEINS SN IEE FS I I SR I BE BE OE OE ON I PE PE PS PR

BREVSVVVeeewy









Shirts (including “Elite”,
“Double Two” “Metropole”
Woollen Pullovers _

= =
“qos: i —

â„¢ Frocks and Play Suits,

THE “WIDEST VARIETY

IN TOWN!
BROAD STREET

HARRISON S DIAL 2664

Bb 2 HK NNN NE EH EK EEK OR CN PN RE RN

Pyjamas, Socks, Ties, Fountain
Pens, Gillette Razor Sets,



















Panties,
Sweaters, Boys’ Cotton Suits,

Caps and Hats



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PLAYERS’
ENTRANCE



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ASSIST YOU TO GUARD IT.
BUY. A BOTTLE TO-DAY










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BY CHIC YOUNG

“ay THY th



(LL NEVER BE
NEIGHBORLY AGAIN
AS LONG AS







YOU CAN'T Q
CHEATING






Confectionery







Black Magic Choco

lates (134 tb) ......... $4.02
Black Magie Choco-

lates (1 IB) .........., 2.04




Dairy Box Chocolates 1.89
Turkish Delight ......... -98
Rowntrees Chocolates 2.09

Meltis Favourite
Candies ........., $1.85 1.02

Toffee ..........$ .96 $ .80 .67
Barley Sugar .. $ .98 .56

























(MESE ARE NOT EXACTLY LIKE MY OWN
SILVER BULLETS, BUT THEY'RE CLOSE
ENOUGH TO SERVE MY PURPOSE

IF THESE ARE ALL RIGHT, I'LL PAY
YOU AND YOU CAN TAKE THE MONEY.
BACK TO MR PECK

aa





HEY! LEMME ) (NOW YOU START |
GO! sy TAKING!

NY









Custards and

















Jellies AUSTRALIAN Biscuits
Birds’ Custard Powder...... $ .38 LEG HAMS, DS sccisniansc ek 's J Peek Freans Playbox
oa ies PACHA con sisashvcisaideresdsict $1.20
— Custard Powder .53, .30 CANADIAN HAMS, th__—$119 pak aa a 194
ae. vers T. Jellies ............ +22 Peek Freans Martini
Ne a fom [3 7 Chivers Jelly-Creams ..... 20 AUSTRALIAN PRIME BEEF, including Crackers ...........essossseoeees 1.64

Jacobs Carnival Ass:
Hartley's Jelly Crystals... .20

BY GEORGE MC. MANUS




























5 MON aN esse, 1.56
Monk & Glass Jelly Roast, Steak, Stew ; hasate Venkeas Biscuits.... 2.14
Crystals oo... ccccsccsssee .ig9 LAMB: Shoulders, Legs, Chops ogehe Pusule Assorted si
es Monk - oeATS gee ee

GLO Me woes: Mange Powder... 24 CHOICE SALT BEEF OE a ree

ME JO MEBT YOU | Birds’ Blanc Mange BACK BACON, Sliced per Ib. $1.59 Crewions Shortbread
Powder ..0.......cccccsssseesnsees 38 CULE oo sesssen $1.20, 1.29

" APPLES

Canned Fruit
POGCHOS bo ocissscsssiscsecscs $.70 .37













Si eioavibuanueiiee ‘ Asparagus Tips

Dutch Petet Pois
siapevaunettaotanaenticiuiacbed . e (Extra Fine) .............. .58

Dutch Petet Pois
sesanseeeees on @ ’ (Tins Fine) ...............






Items of Interest
for Xmas

Boxes Xmas Crackers




Liquers, Wines, Ete.





















Fruit Mix: ooo cccccceseees RG Samet a ee si ay lees iv ovsissdcecansorinedliesdesveodasbanvontss
I sasaki eae emeGiink 17. Green Chartreuse ...........
es Walnuts (per 1b) ODEs Sale Ms ivarcaenstekurasavei
Wey x aaumetitodns t Filbert Nuts (per Ib) Gilbeys Empire Port ...
in Xmas Cakes 4 Ibs............ 76; Paarl Tawny Port ......










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Oloroso Sherry ....
f Gordon's Gin ....... ed
WHILE THEY ARGUE THE) | UNNOTICED DEVIL MOVES SLOWLY Martini Vermouth ooo......60 0.0. cccccssssstsssessecsecsssenvesssssveanee
=| | PHANTOM WHISPERS A | | STALKING /N JUNGLE FASHION,
-| | SOE7 COMMAND ++* | | UNTIL HE REACHEB THE DECKs~




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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21,

1950



CLASSIFIED ADS.









TELEPHONE 2508
Getibrinrrenentes
THANKS FOR RENT
take this opportunity to return
to the many friends who
ed the funeral, sent letters, cards
ther tokens of sympathy and in HOUSES
ys condoled us in our recent | —>———————- —
ent caused by the death of | —BUNGALOW — Newly built Stone
tCY NATHANIEL GREEN. Bungalow. Situated at Gills Gap,
My. Muriel Green (wife), U.S.A., aes Road. Appiy: Mrs. A. H
Fercy Natheniel Green (son), Hugh] J°hmson. Telephone 4141.
Jordan, Ouida Clarke. 19.12.50—3n.

2?..12,.50—In.

IN MEMORIAM

IN loving memory of my dear beloved
husband NATHANIRL BRATHWAITE
who departed this life on the @ist
December 1949

Memories are treasures

steal

Death brings a

can heal

The blow was hard the shock severe,

Little did I know that death was so

near.
Ever to be remembered by his dear wife
Adelia Brathwaite, Wilcox, Christ
Church. 24.12,50—1n.

FOR SALE
AUTOMOTIVE



nothing can

heartache only Jesus





CAR—Ford 10 1i.P
order. Tyres good.
driven. Dial 4239.

in perfect working
Always owner
21,12,50—3n.



CAR—1950 Hillman Minx, low mileage





Apply: Ralph Beard, Hardwood Alley.
Phone 4€83, 21.12.50—3n.

CARS—1949 Model Vanguard and 1948
Model Hillman, Both in A-1 condition.

Apply: B’dos Agencies Ltd., Bay Street.
Ring Evelyn 2987. 20.18.50-—4n

TRUCKS — Two U Trucks with 4
pneumatic tyres, each for carting canes
by Tractor. Can be seen at Foursquare
Factory Ltd. Apply to Manager.

16.12.50-—7n.

ELECTRICAL









BATTERY—(1) One 12 volt Battery in
good order to sell. Dial 2489. W. M
Forde, 35 R’buck St.

2.12.50—2:



—$
REFRIGERATOR — One Westinghouse
and (1) Coldspot Refrigerator. (%) Elec.
métor in good working order. Owen T.
Allder, Roebuck Street. Dial 3299

21.12.50—3n.

MISCELLANEOUS

Attractive Xmas
$7.20





tree lights.
Dial 4269 Eckstein Bros

20.12,50—5r

ANTIQUES — Of eveny description
Giass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver
ped ty whgaeer es Early books, Maps. Auto-
graphs etc. at Gorringes Antique Shop
adjoining Royal Yacht Club.

Onis

3.9.50—t.f.n.

BOOKS—Tuck’s Annual,.a wonderful
gift for Boy or Girl at all stationers.
The General Agency Co,, B’dos Ltd.
24,12,.50—3n.

BARBADOS ANNUAL REVIEW—Only
500 copies left for local circulation
Buy now. 2/- each from Advocate ana
Roberts Stationery, Weatherhead and
Cosmopolitan Drug Stores.





20.12,50—5n.

BREAKFAST & DINNER SETS —
New stocks of attractive Earthenware
enable us to offer BARGAINS in Break-
fast & Dinner Sets. 42 piece Breakfast
Sets priced as low as $16.62. Additional |
pieces available. Dial 4222. G. W. Hut-
chinson & Co, Ltd.





15.12.50—t.f.n,

ccaremerenneriatinane etre Ribnet natal eas
COAT—One Gentleman's Winter Coat
in excellent condition. Apply: Donald

Edghill 4530 or 8102.
20.12.50—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.f.n.

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.

DRIED FRUIT—Raisins, Prunes, cur-
rents, Dates, Figs, mixed Peel, loose
and packages also Glaced Cherries loose
Dial 3489 W. M, Forde, 35 R'buck St.

2.12.50—2n













GLASS—Sparkle Glass and regular|
window glass to fill all needs, available
now. We supply %” Plate Glass for
show cases and also extra large panes
up to % inch thick. Dial 4222. G. W.
Hutchinson & Co. Ltd,

19.12.50—t.f.n,



GIFTS—For the entire family at
savings. Christmas Gift packages,
every package valued up to $1.50, sale
price —98 cents. The Modern Dress
Shoppe, 19.12.50—3n.

GROCERY ITEMS — At unbeatable
prices at your grocer. Ticklers Straw.
berry Jam 45c. per 1 lb. jar. Van
Houtens Drinking Chocolate 35c, per
44 Ib, tin, Dorsella Full Cream Infants
Food $1.08 per 1 Ib, tin.

19,12,50—3n.



GROCERY ITEMS—Sweet Biscuits. |
large asortment cocktail biscuits,
and other kinds, boxes of cholocates,
bots. ketchup, bots. pickles, bots. olives,
cereals, W. A. Medford, Pr. Wm. Henry
Street. 20,12.50—4n

ee

GROCERY ITEMS—Tinned Ham 2 lb.
to 8 Ibs. each, Tinned Fruit Jams and
Jellies, Tinned Peas, bots, cherries,
peeks raisins, currants. W. A. Medford,
Pr, Wm. Henry Street. 20.12.50—4n.





GROCERY ITEMS — Champagne,
Sherries, Brandy, Whisky, Liqueurs,
white wines, sparkling Burgundy, Ports,
Beer. Stout, Vermouth. W. A. Medford,
Pr. Wm. Henry Street. 20.12.50—4n.



HOUSEHOLD EQUIPMENT of all
description. Owen T, Allder, Roebuck
Street. Dial 3299. 21.12,50—3n.



HAMS—Cooked hams in tins 7tbs_ te
9 Ths 2% Th tins 1 Th tins Canadian Pic
nies 6 Ib to 8 Ib @ 1.25 per tb. Dial
3489 W. M. Forde, 35 R’buck St.

20.12.50—2n

HEINZ GOODS—Vegetable Soup, To
mato Soup, Oxtail Soup, cream of
Mushroom, Chicken Soup, Baked
Beans, Spaghetti & Macaroni, Malt Vine-
gar and Tomato Ketchup. Dial 3489 W.
M. Forde, 35 R'buck St



20.12.50—2n

caning tect bine nena
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS—Large Blankets.
Boby Blankets, Bed Sheets, Table

Cloths, Napkins, Glass Towels Bath
Towels, Yellow Dusters. The Modern
Dress Shoppe. 19.12.50—3n.

ee rte

JUST Received Letter size and Fools-
cap Filing Folders. Phone T. Geddes
Grent Ltd., 4442. 19.12.50—6n.

Just arrived in time for Xmas—
Abdulla Cigarettes Virginia No. 7 50's,
Egyption No. 16, ioe a. ee

"s 100's
eae 18, 12.50—3n

LIQUEURS—See us for Creme de
Menthe, Strawberry Brandy, and Creme
d'Orange. Large bottles 10/-: Small 5/-
Do not be skeptical of the quality due
to the price. Drop in and taste without
obligation.

MOUNT ISTILLERIES LTD.

7 aes 21,.12,50—2n

LADIES! Embroidered sneha in

tiful designs and colours just open-

St apa for you. jon It's at WENT S
. Henry St. Dial 3466 an wan

Bt 7 14.12,50—t.f.n.



a
LADIES SPORTS COATS--For coal
evenings, in various colours. $28.50 ond
$35.00. 19.12.50—3n.
NYLON STOCKINGS--5! gauge. All
new shades, prices ranging from $1.60,
$2.14 and $2.22. The mee tae
, 12.50—3n
Shoppe. e
OR COFFER—Fresh shioment of thi-
ie now in the hands of your grocer
John F. Hutson Ltd 21.12.50—2n



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 WwW

: Co., Ltd
ern, & > 15.22.50—tf.n



WINSLOW—Biack Rock. From ist

‘January. For further particulars Dial
3369, D. A. Browne, Black Rock.
19.12.50—t.f.n.









FLAT — At Sea View, Upper Bay St.
opposite Bay Mansion. From lst January,

apply on premises.
8.12.50—t.2'n.

SEvT_—_—_—__T.qaqaqa—=



PUBLIC NOTICES
NOTICE

PARISH OF SAINT JOHN
VACCINATING CENTRES—Villa Nova.
P.M.O’s Residence. Ebenezer Gasoline
Station, Four Roads, Almshouse, P.M.O’s
Office. Codrington College. Mr. B. L.
Berrow's Residence, Massiah Street
St. Margaret's School, Near Newcastle.
S. FRASER,

R. S.
Clerk, Commissioners of Health.
St. John,
19.12.50—6n.

———

DO DREAMS COME TRUE? It all de-
pends on you. It depends on whether the
supernatural authorities feel that you
are a Person. If you want to
know more about it consult your Fairy
Godmother. Write to your Fairy God-
mother in care of P.O. Box 166, Bridge-
town, or to 1270 Sixth Avenue, New York
City, U.S.A. For quick results better stick
to P.O. Box 166 Bridgetown.





17.12.50—4n,

TT

NOTICE
The public are notified that our parts
department will be claed for stock
taking on Wednesda? December 27th
and will not be opened until Tuesday
Sepiary 2nd @51. Fort Royal Garage

R. P,



GOODING,
Director
21,12.50-—4n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Norma Ramay of
Delamere Land, St. Michael, for permis-
sion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., ai
a board and shingle shop attached to
residence at Delamere Land, St. Michael,

Dated this 'Bth day of Di
To = A. tk ¥y o ecenvber, 1950,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”
Signed NORMA RAMSAY,

’ . Applicant
N.B.—This will be con-





application

\ Sidered at a Licensing Court to be heid

at Policé Court, District “A"
the 28th day of
11 o'clock a.m.

on Friday,
December, 1950, at

E. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”

21.12.50—1n.

SL
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
The application of Ruby Ianthe Parris
of Crichlow Alley, Bridgetown, for per-
mission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.
at a wall and wooden building at Crich-
low Alley, Roebuck Street, Bridgetown
Dated thiy 20th day of December, 1950.
To H. A. TALMA, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
Signed WINFIELD PARRIS,
for Applicant
N.B.—This application wil! be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A" on Tuesday,
the 2nd day of January, 195%, at
1 o’cloek, a.m,
H. A. TALMA,
Police Magistrate, Diet. * ‘
21.°2.50-—In





TAKE NOTICE

That THE FLORSHEIM SHOE
COMPANY, a corporation organized and
existing under the laws of the State of
Illinois, United States of America, whose
trade or business addi#ss is 130 South
Camal Street, City of Chicago, State of
Tilinois, United States of America, trad-
ing as Manufacturers, has applied for
the registration of a trade mark in Part
“A” of Register in connection with
Men's and Women’s shoes, Sport Shoes
and Boots, and will be entitled to
register the same after one month
from the ist. day of December
1950 unless some person shall in the
meantime give notice in duplicate to
me at my office of opposition of such
registration, The trade mark can be
seen on application at my office.

j Dated this 20th day of December

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks
21,92,.50—3n,

TAKE NOTICE

That STANDARD BRANDS INCOR-
PORATED, a corporation organised and
exivting under the laws of the State of
Delaware, whose trade or business ad-
dress is 595 Madison Avenue, New York,
New York, United States of America,
trading as Manufacturers, has applied
for the registration of a trade mark in
Part “A" of Register in connection
with all kinds of foods and ingredients
of foods, and will be entitled to register
the same after one month from the
2ist day of December 1950 unless
some person ghall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of oppovition of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application
et my office.

Dated this 20th day of
1950.



December

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks.
21.12,50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

That Matthew Rudolph Gonsalves, 5
British Subject, trading under the sty!
or firm of The Elite Shirt Factory,
whose trade or business address is No
34 Richmond Street, City of Port-of-
Spain, Island of Trinidad, British West
Indies, has applied for the registration
of a trade mark in Part “A” of Register
in connection with articles of clothing,



and will be g@titled to register the
same after one month from the
2ist day of December 1960 unless

some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration, The
trade mark can be seen on application
at my office.

Dated this 20th day of December,
1950.

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks,
21,18.50—3n

TAKE NOTICE

That MATTHEW RUDOLPH GON-
SALVES trading under the style or firm
of The Elite Shirt Factory, a British
Subject, whose trade or busines: address
is No. 34 Richmond Street, City of
Port-of-Spain, Island of Trinidad, British
West Indies, ha: applied for the registra-
tion of a trade mark in Part “A” of
Register in connection with articles of
clothing, and will be entitled to register
the same after ane month from the
2ist day of December 1950 unless
some person shall in the meantime give
notice in duplicate to me at my office
of opposition of such registration. The
trade mark can be seen on application
at_my office.

Duted this
1950.





20th day of December

H. WILLIAMS,
Registrar of Trade Marks

21.12,50—3r
—=>

Ker Sate—Cont'd





RAINCOATS—For Children
$4.80. The Modern

PLASTIC
$3.60. For Ladies







———

| Goi site with a number of fruit trees.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE





GOVERNMENT NOTICE a

“POST OFFICE NOTICE
PARCELS

Parcel Delivery Notices in respect of ail parcels received here up
to Friday, 15th December, have been issued and more recent parcel

mails are being dealt with.

In order to expedite deliveries the Parcel Post, Wharf, will be

open up to 5 p.m. on Thursday and Friday

Holders of Notices are asked to co-operate with the Department
by taking delivery of their parcels without delay.

General Post Office,
19th December, 1950.

SHIPPING NOTICES

en ern oe ee

MONTREAL AUSTRALIA NEW
ZEALAND ANE LIMITED
(M.A.N.Z, LINE)

2 “TONGARIRO”

sail

nidad first half March, 1951.
Mid. March, 1951.

This vessel has ample space for Hard
Frozen and General Cargo.

Cargo accepted on through Bills of
Lading with transhipment at Trinidad
for British Guiana, Barbados,
ward and Leeward Islands.

For further particulars apply:—

FURNESS, WITHY & COMPANY,

LIMITED,
Trinidad,
B.W.1

& DA COSTA & Co. Ltd.,
Barbados,
B.W.I.

Barbados

Wind-

Agents.

s/S
s/s

is scheduled to

Adelaide January 4th, Melbourne
January 18th, Brisbane January 27th,
Sydney February 7th. Arriving at Tri-

NEW YORK

CG_ Thulin sails Ist December—arrives Barbados 13th December.
S Byfjord sails 22nd December—arrives Barbados Ist January.

ing.

20.12.50—2n



|
The M.V. “DAEBRWOOD”" will |
accept Cargo and Passengers for |



USE
RAZOL |

POMADE as your HAIR dress-



It straigntens tne hair, and

distressing your pocket.

Distributors :



THE BORNN BAY RUM CO.

rids the scalp of dandruff. USE
RAZOL Pomade as directed, and

you get startling results, without





St. Lueia, St. Vincent, Grenade :

and Aruba, Sailing Friday 22nd LE I
cc YM. P.C

The M.V, “CARIBBEE” wilt e e ® re

accept Cargo and Passengers for
Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat
Nevis, and St. Kitts, Sailing Fri-
day Sth January 195°.

B.W.I_ SCHOONER OWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION, Inc.

Telephone: 4047



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CANADiAN SERVICE



SOUTHBOUND
Name of Ship Sails Sails Arrives
Montreal Halifax Barb:
S.S. “ALCOA PILGRIM" - 12th Deer. 28nd Deer
5.8. “ALCOA PENNANT” = 29th «Deer 8th Jany
ee
NORTHBOUND
Arrives
Barbados
s4 “Aleoa Polaris” Arrives Barbados 18th December, Sails for
St. John, NB. amd Halifax, N&

These vesseis







WANTED
HELP

JUNIOR CLERK for our Office. Central
Foundry Ltd. 21)12.50—t.f.n,

MISCELLANEOUS











GENTLEMEN with capital would be
interested to hear of sound business
Fropositions, Box 77 C/o Advocate Co.

19.92.50-—3n,

GENTLEMEN — Experienced in Club
end Hotel management seeks position
in Barbados in similar capacity. Box 99
C/o Advocate Co, 19.12.50—3n







PERSONAL

———————

The public are hereby warned against

giving credit to my wife MYRTLE

H (nee Alleyne) as I do not hold

myself responsible for her or anyone

else contracting any debt or debts in

my name unless by a written order

signed by me.
Signed RYBON WELCH,
Dragoons Alley,
St. Peter
20.12,.50-—2n

PUBLIC SALES
AUCTION :

UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

Chattel Dwelling House consisting of
Tront House 16 x 9 with Back House
24 x 9 and shed 24 x 7 with all out
offices, and the land thereon containing
2.832 square feet—situated at Fitts
Village, St. James. Inspection any day
on application to the tenant Mr. Martin.

The above will be set up for sale at
public competition on Friday 22nd
December, at 2 p.m. at the office of the
undersigned.

VINCENT GRIFFITH,
Auctioneer
Shepherd St.,
Bridgetown,
16.12.50—4n

REAL ESTATE

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
ita perches of land on 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-
tions of sale apply to:—
HUTCHINSON & BANFIELD
Solicitors,
James St.

13.12.50—On.

LAND—1/8 acre land at Bush Hall
water and light obtainable. Good build-

Going at a bargain. On a good road.
Apply G. W. Maynard, Bush Hall. Phone
4218. 19.12.50—3n

SEASIDE HOUSE—'CALAIS" situate
near Dover, Christ Church, standing on
approximately 2 roods, }| perch of land.
The dwellinghouse contains verandah,
living room, pantry, kitchen, bedroom
and bathroom downstairs, four bed-
Electric light
Garage





rooms and toilet upstairs.
and running water throughout.
and servants rooms in yard.
The above property will be set up for
vale tay public competition at our Office
James Street, on Friday 29th December
1950 at 2 p.m. Inspection on application
to the tenant Mr. K. S. Burrowes, be-
tween the hours of 9 a.m, and 12 noon
YEARWOOD & BOYCE,
Solicitors.
15.12.50—lln

TS
THE undersigned will set up for sale
at their Office, No. 17 High Street,
Bridgetown, on Thursday, the 28th day
of December, 1950, at 2 p.m, the
Dwellinghouse called “Sheldon” and
the land thereto containing 4,845 square
feet, situate 3 , ne Land, Upper
Street, . ichael.
Piasenan on application to Miss Est-
wick at “Luxmore”, Upper Bay Street.
For further Particulars and Condi-
tions of Sale apply to:—
COTTLE CATFORD & Co.
, 13,12.60—12n.

FURNISH |

TO-DAY

THE CHRISTMAS WAY

Streamlined; Vanities; Stoois
Bedsteads and Morris Chairs and
Settees—Tub caned 3 and 5-piece
Suites—Radio, Cocktail and Scal-
loped Tables—-Wardrobes, Dresses-

SOF

have Mmited passenger accommodation

ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Gulf Service.
Apply: DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—-Canadian Service.






IT’S EASY
Cooking for Christmas




















NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
S/S _Essi sailed 23rd November—arrives Barbados 7th December,
A Steamer sails 1th December—arrives Barbados 2lst December.
A Steamer sails 2ist December—arrives Barbados 4th January.
A Steamer sails 4th January—arrives Barbados 17th January.



IF YOU HAVE
GAS FOR COOKING
Why not call at your Gas-showroom |
This Week? |

THE ROCKLEY GOLF &
COUNTRY CLUB

Members are asked to note
that the Club House will be
closed on Christmas Day.

Those wishing to use the
Course should make
own arrangements
Clubs and Caddies,




their |
about

44

SECRETARY.
21.12.30.—3n, ;

POSE OCESSOPOCOCOOOS

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So many People who have
tried it prefer . |. |

S&S

to any other Rum because

of its Distinctive Flavour
and Smoothness. \

AWARDED FIRST

at Industrial Exhibition 1950



STUART & SAMPSON

Hear Tomorrow's Stars

TO-NIGHT

at the

AMATEURS

PERFORMANCE

at 8.30 pm.

to be a

RUSH !!

Going



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YOUR

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CONGOLEUM

‘UST A LITTLE LEFT NOW!
G

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YOURS

THE CENTRAL EMPORIUM

Celebrating the Winning
of the
Inter Cricket & Basket-Ball
e Cups
SERVICE
ALL MEMBERS & THEIR
or FRIB.'DS




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(Central Foundry Ltd., Proprietors)

Cnr. of Broad & Tudor Streets.





666656

HALLACAS



orquestra tocando musica Latina-Americana

Hora de Almuerzo 1 a 2 P.M

» » Comida 7.30 a 9 P.M.
Baile, 9.00 P.M
Precio $3.50

Reserven sus mesas al telefono 4461
Para los que no hablen ingles al 227

Miembres def Club solamente (se puede hacerse miembro pot
un dia por el precio de
chelin por persona)

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POPPE LA AE AAA APPT

DE PASCUAS !!

Preparadas especialmente, para los touristas Venezolanos sera
uno do los platos que se servira el 25 en el] Aquatic Club para
la comida de Navidades acompanadas para su deleite por una




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inde

“XMAS NOVELTIES”

By ‘“DELAVELLE”

of Bond Street,

The Famious :
BLUE ORCHIS PER

England

FUME

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» Plastic Guitar Pack

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Dress Shoppe. 19.12.50—Sn. robes and Linen Presses—Night ” Vv ” weeteon
" ape | Chairs, Couches. ” ase Shape \s.
PLASTIC APRONS—Se., Shower Caps /% “Dining, Luncn and Kitchen DEWAVELLE’S :
Tac., Head Ties 2c. Bath Cap ® fables -~ China Bedroom and S:
The Modern Dress Shoppe. | 4 an, |&% Kitchen Cabinets—Larders, Wag- By CANDLELIGHT PERFUME
. a eS % gorts; Sideboards, Buffets Tea in vase shaped —
VICTORY MATC , Trolleys Liquor Cases. “ORESTA PACK” Novelty contains
VICTORY TEST MATCH CALYPSO rm See aaa eas DRESTA
RECORDS England ve. Weet indies st with wit ond Roll Taps, Upright # | _ L BLUE ORCHID PERFUME
Lords, 1960. Sung Oy ae The mom. |g und Arm Ghairs with caned or % | i BY CANDLELIGHT
so Sioa ct the pecr-sts each solid seats $ ' These make ideal Christmas Gifts
obtainable only from Harrison Broad | > ‘iis taties aca Dial 4060 i For your Xmas shopping deal at—
Street. 19.12.50—3n. | B “iafalgar Stree la q |





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BOOKER'S «e’pos) DRUG STORES LTD.

XMAS PRESENTS—Just received








L$. WILSON $

time for Xmas Presents Lenthe
*‘Tweed' Perfume r
Lad

Gloria Swanson
Best Actress
FOR 1950

NEW YORK,
“The Title” an

Dec. 20

oday selected as the best for-
eign film of the year by the Na-
tional Board of Review of Motior

Pictures, a private
founded in 1909 to represent th
motion picture public. “Tight Li

best actor of the year. \





High,” “Panic in the Streets,"

“Cyrano de Bergerac,” “No Way

Out,” and “Stage Freight.” {
—Reuter.

PLANE WITH 31 MISSING}
TOKYO, Dee. 19.

An American Air Foree transi

port plane with 37 people on

board was reported missing to-

day between Okinawa and the

Philipvines.—Reuter,



FOR SALE

SUNSET
HOUSE

Prospect, St. James.

Pleasant bungalow on
coast with good boat anchor-
age and bathing, 3 bedrooms
lounge, dining room, veran-
dah 3 sides, garage and
large courtyard.

Moderately priced at
£3,150

John 4. Biladon
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUCTIONEER
PLANTATIONS BUILDING
‘Phone 4640

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BROS.

‘Your Shopping Centre.

e
| LADIES’!
High Class Dress Goods,

Underwear, Shoes and
Hats, Perfumes, ete.

GENTS’!

Woollens, Shirts, Shoes,
Ete., in widest variety.

||} Household Goods such as
Carpets, Bedspreads,
Bed Sheets, Pillow Cases,
Brassware always in
Stock.

Follow the Crowd to...

THANI BROS.

PR. WM. HRY. STREET

Dial 3466 also Nos, 6, 42, 46
and 53 Swan Street.









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tle Island”, “Whiskey Galore”, wé

second, “The Third Man” toc
third place

Only five films were — selecte
by the Board in the “foreig
category”, the fourth being “Kink





Ivalian film was

Hearts and Coronets” and the filtt
‘Paris 1900”,

Heading the iist of Americar
films was “Sunset Boulevard
Gloria Swanson, star of the pic
ture was selected as the tor
actress of 1950 while Britis!

actor Alex Guinness was selected)

Other American films chosen} As from TUESDAY 19TH for the convenience of
vere: “A At Eve,” “Tha : i ;
‘Asphalt ge “The Men”), our Customers and staff our hours for Business will

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NOTICE

The WOMEN'S SELF HELP
will be closed on
THURSDAY, 2ist. at 12 a.m.
and will be open on
SATURDAY 23rd.
until 3.30 o'clock




















Community Choir
Association

)
Choirs affliated to the Cam-










reunity Choirs Association are ask-
ed to note that the closing date for
entry for the New Year Day con-
test at Kensington Oval is Thurs-
December 28 at 12 noon and

day

oe ee ee oe Consignors are also asked to
the same day :
Choirs are also notified that a note that we will NOT be

Wate, Pecting of the Assocta-

ton WAL Be held on Trursday next

Dee 2\st at Miller Bros at 4 pm
F. E. MILLER,

Secretary

paying any money on
WRIDAY, 22nd. Dee., but
will pay as usual on FRI-
DAY, 29th Dec,







be as follows:—
WEEK DAYS:—8 a.m. to 11 a.m., 12 noon to 4 p.m.
SATURDAYS:

8 am. to 12 noon,

Kindly arrange your Business accordingly.



PLANTATIONS LTD.

BRIDGETOWN & SPEIGHTSTOWN

TREASURE

We refer to two out-

Standingly beautiful ma-

terials admirably appro-
priate for

EVENING
DRESSES

SHOT MOIRE
‘TAFFETA

@ $3.05 per yd.

PONY SKIN
@ $3.76 per yd.

Dear Ladies - - - -
You are cordially invited to come and see our
CHRISTMAS

In shades that pay court
to formal beauty.

These new and magnifi-
cent Fabrics will identify
you with fashion.



——$——————

Wm. FOGARTY LTD.

Ee

2COEG





Famous the world over...
it’s Brandy at it’s Best



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PAGE FIGHT
W. Germany Building
Athletic Strength

BARBADOS ADVOCATE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1950











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SECOND TEST TEAM





mas Tree In :
Trafalgar 3.3

represent LIA
md Test Match
Friday,
follow-

ERNIE’S

DEMOCRATIC CLUB

Xmas Festivities

AT

Secc
starting on

t from the

i e selecte

welve

A CHRISTMAS TREE is going
p in Trafalgar Square but it will Fr

Beauteous Blankets
e Trafalgar Square in London Compton, C. Washbrook, T

in Cotton and English all Wool
By JOHN MACADAM he tree which was erected it || va D. Wright, A. Bedser, T. E

‘
5
jz
: ondon on December 15, was sent} fiailey R Simpson, B. Close,; .e 5.30 sharp
. WE HAVE always known that the Swedes owe practically © London by the people of Oslo.} J) Dew and J. Wart Wicket- saline aa y SEF s
. I The tree 5 feet hig , . ‘ ‘ ft N) £ a > Sel . 4 > »
every blade of their athletic grass to intelligently diverted The tree is 55 feet high and will |keeper MacIntyre will be twelfth - Mm to discuss the First Day’s r 79

players:—

‘ Members are reminded
Brown (Capt.), L

that there will be
a meeting starting at

THE BARBADOS AQUATIC
CLUB
(Members Only)

Hutton,

be illuminated each evening unti}| the Ballroom between 7 aud " THEM
pools money. It comes somewhat as a shock to learn that JJanuary 5. Carol parties will sing|" g p.m. on SATURDAY, pins ot the Christmas
Western Germany is up to the same game with German pe eeting on TO-DAY

| December 23rd, and MON-
teams as the basis, instead of British. DAY, 25th. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21 aia
THEY

Go.

tn the Square from é
each evening from Wednesday}
ur.til Sunday, December 24 |
The London County Council ha
made arrangements for Christmas}
trees illuminated with fairy light
to be set up at 12 parks and open |;
spaces over Christmas }o ibeil
The averace Barbaiian home
will have a Xmas tree but it will
vary in design and composition,
Fcr several years now those who
can afford it buy the imitation
Xmas tree of the imported type
that is made to resemble the North
American and European fir or

30 to 7.30)

MAIL NOTICES

for St

Price $2.50
e
VERY S®ECIAL MENUS



From German pools a
stream of £140,000 a m
into a central fund for
ilitation of all
German sport
great new

Mal Lucia by
pha will be closed at
Office as under
Registered and Ordinary Mails
on the 2ist December 1950 |
1 the Sch. Gloria
sed at the General

steady
mth goes
e rehab-
sorts of Western
centred

stadia—one
other

the Sch
the

Lau

General Commissions executed on any

race in Trinidad—Pari odds.
ERNEST PROCTOR

. ‘ .

300 Poor Children
‘ J ef
Get Amas Gilts
frankfurt and the FOR fifteen yeais, vohn
Munich. Beckles and nis co-workers save

been giving Cnristmas parties to

It should be easy enough to see|scnooi chuaren ot
the significance of this, the}]Goodwili
significance being that the
interest is centrally inspired and
controlled, and that vast flow of

Port
Parcel
2.50 p.m
on two
outside
outside

e
DANCING f,0m 10 p.m. to
| 3 a.m. on SATURDAY,
December 23rd

rietta v
fot Office ¢

Parcel, Registered
at 2.30 p.m. on the








takes this opportunity to

wish his many friends in the

W.1. and elsewhere a happy
peaeeful — pretgoreus

ivi






nd Ordinary Mails
*950. |
Sen @
be Potato Dance, Balloon Dance,
|
!



Ist December
Guiana by the
Vansiustmar
General Post

COLOURED COTTON
BLANKETS in white with
blue borders and other
designs.



' British
Timothy A. H
the

will

tne Office

Cnilareas
League Y@S.eruady,
about SUU chiiaren of tne League

and Creche, attendea the League

ciosed at

under
Parcel, Registered

at 12.15 p.m




ind Spot Waltz, for which
Prizes will be given

and Ordinary Matis | e

on the 2ist December 1950. |

Fspecially those who wish

him well!




. . Mails for Grenada, Dominica, by the!
. oulldings in Constitution hoau | pine s Tickets 2/-
poo! s utilis 5 P. ... | Sch, W. Lb. Eunicia’ will be closed at ckets ‘ " :
Se ounae down tol and were presented with gifts. Since transportation facilities} tie General Post Office as under. | a Soe don't, of course ENGLISH ALL WOOL 4
ss ar ° 2 cl , , have made $ asible. ¢ : el, Registered and, Ordinary Mails well, ! . '
Apart from the children whoffhave made it possible, a number otto ei Aint Ducane Tae BLANKETS in pink, blue, i

Meanwhile, in this enlightened|are taken care of at the Leaguefjcf the real product, that is pine)" ”



: j yy , : - fi an, are . | een, gold. Size 60” x 80”

country it is all left to the local |daily, those attending were fromffor fir trees are imported from | — —- | ‘The usual Turkey and Ham, st

councils, burdened with problems | various schools in the City, who[Canada, y for double beds only. . j
of rates, housing space, shortages} visited the League daily at mid- iis atta . : : MPI ' | ‘HEA’ RE Chicken, Russian Salad, !
of material, unassisted by any-|day for hot meals during the ne enterprising resident here b; C’






bas imported a fir from Canada
but every year he replants it afte
Xmas and then uproots it for tie
Yuletide season. It has therefore

Peach Melba and Fresh
Lobster Cocktails,

thing but fatuous Press-On-Chaps | school term.
from a Whitehal) bureaucracy} ‘The hall was suitably decorated
that swoons at the very mention}and there was a Christmas Tree
of a pools percentage, to waffle

ech $10.53

COMING ....

in the centre of the stage on which

pie a got bigger and soon will bear n0 ‘ ‘ 3 Racing Certs }
ome as best (or worst). they chere was a number of gifts. resemblance to tne modest pine SATURDAY 23RD.
‘ The presentation was made by] pough that arrived here two yeats | Grolsch Beer
Need Cash Miss S. Boxill of Boston who isfago, REPT IBLIC SERIAL { 0., >
now in Barbados on a holiday Improvisation is responsible Green Dragon Chop Suey i
It isn’t tha: we do not have in|She is a sister of Mrs. Waple}for the greater number of Barba~ 12 & 13 BROAD STREET |
this country the machinery for the|Cheeseman, Founder of tneéfcian Xmas trees. Boughs of the Bell’s Special Scotch





rehabilitation of British sport. We
have



i ) boughs of the cherry tree and even .
Central Council for Physical )four years ago. he tamarind tree are pressed —S—==myemm
Reereation and the voluntarily Also receiving gifts were the Jinto service and are decorated with

serviced National
Association .

Playing Fields;

These twain, given such money

as the pools could provide, woulc and Mrs. H.St, C. Tudor, Mr.fing them is within the purchasing
dot the countryside with open|@nd Mrs. F. McD. Symmonds, } power of the humblest Barbadian
spaces ‘for the youngsters to train Mr. and Mrs, W. G. Stevenson, During the war years when |
on. Mrs. Jane Millington, the Misses | Xmas trees could not be regarded |
The Central Councij has shown] Boxill and Mr. Edwin Barnett Jas priority cargoes for the limited
more than willing by opening|cf the U.S.A nd hard-pressed shipping services
recently the third of its national! to the West Indies, some people
rehabilitation centres at Lilleshal! Welcome made tidy sums catering to those
Hall, Shropshire. ‘ Mr. Beckles, founder of the} who" would peer et e e ea
These moves are a long way] Lcague, weicomed the visiturs aiaf better than the bough of a cherry Hi l da A t t
in the right direction, for at|,paia wibute to tne work mis.§tree or casuarina. They got some O t ry ” Cc way) tes
such places the Central Council] Cneeseman bea.si } Barbadian tree and stripped it of :

performs its true function of
training’ coaches who can then go
out into the country and preach
the gospel of athletic prowess

But what is the good i . © was responsible for sending guts} ive it the effect of a tree coverst
coaches ne and tats wees ! money to be distributed among} With winter snow and tc Ss. iad
to teach the young idea ne poor chilaren of the island This market has somehow di

You don’t have to take it from
us, Listen to a gentleman who
has been intimately connected
with sport since before the turn
of the century.

‘Rubbish’

“It is rubbish to say that the} of clothing for distribution to the
youngsters of to-day are any less poor and that would be done as

naturally capable of good per-
t ance in any of the sports

n they were in my young days.
It is simply that they don’t have
the facilities we had in my gener-

i T s a Glazed Pineapple.
atign. which Jesus was born, That day gy at aur. ee ae TRISTRAM COFFIN « MAE CLARKE» DON HAGGERTY Ceeen Peaches Croquette sweet potatoes Konkist
“Within a few minutes’ walk of |/¢ Said, was one of love and good- yee sth Ny e Old English Christmas Pudding Buttered Green Beans
the homes of any one of us, in| Will to all and for that reason, Xmas Treat for Scavengers HOUSE PETERS, JR. > 1. STANFORD JOLLEY Rum Sauce Hot Mince Pie
no matter which part of London they were going to give yifts to at Church St.—4.00 p.m a oeuermenees ; Minced Pie Tartlet Gauge Haersl An Polite eure
—even the densely populated |the children of the Creche. Presentation to W.1. Crick- Demi-tasse Demsi-tasse
parts —we could find an open] Just as Jesus was born on eters by Renown Shirt Afterdinner Mints ralnior. ddlate

space to play any game on

“The same kind of kid today
has to take a long journey at a
cost far beyond his pocket to fine
what we could find practically
outside our front door”.

His point of view attunes per
fectly to that of the Centril
Council and the Playing Field:

Children’s
the Government-sponsorec* America and who was here about









Goodwill League of

nurses and members of the stafi
of the League.
Among those present were Rev

* doing on
Gi the Leagu@in tne JU.5.a4

He said tnat since her last visit
tv the island four years ago, sn¢
uad organised a Committee which

Phis year’s contribution had not
et arrived, but he was sure thai
it would soon be here,

He said that they had amongst
em, Mr, Barnett from Beton
who was spending a holiday in
che island. He had brought gilts

soon as possible,

Rev. Tudor addressing the
children reminded them that Mon-
day was Christmas, the day on

Christmas Day, So on every an-
niversary of his birth, they had
tried to make the children happy
by presenting them with gifts
and that was why Christmas was
such a happy time.

He said that Mr, Beckles had
tried to make them _ happy

casuarina (local ‘mile tree”), the

ill the authentic trimmings.

These trees cost nothing in the
rst place and the cost of devorat-

then white-washed
and

cotton

cleverly

wool and

Canadian pine or

the prevailing colour effect

green.



What’s on Today

Distribution of Xmas Chari-

Factory, Middle Street
4.30 p.m.

Xmas Treat at Nightengale
Home, Black Rock—4.30
p.m,

Xmas Treat for Government
House Staff—4.30 p.m. —

Meeting, Ernie’s Democratic

its leaves in the first place, They

covered parts of it with
silver bells to

with the return to normalcy and
whether the tree be the imitation
fir, or a Teal
bough from a Casuarina, pine oT
fir, or a casuarina or cherry tree,




























































uw

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featuring





: / throughout the year, but at Christ- in connection with
i ls down goats é Club, in connection v
ee caer acd a weeora mas, they should try to be happy T'T.C. meet, at Hastings |
of planners who can’t see an open themselves in order to make —5.30 p.m.
space in the middle of a town others happy as well, Children’s Xmas Treat at t
without itching to put a_tene- He complimented Mr. Beckles, “Pyrol Cot”, Spooner’s
ment in it. his co-workers and the nurses on Hill—6.00 p.m
a) t’s be beastly to the|the work they had done on behalf 3 ’
Don’t let's ¥ Combermere Glee Club

Germans any _ more...... Let's
copy them.—L.E.S.

of the children and wished them

‘all a happy Christmas.



! us
T Annuai Xmas Caro} Service ‘ y
QUEUES F R V. RNI at Bridgetown Central “ian !
j ; Hall 8 p.m. - 4 } 7 nH) :
; s Amateur Night at Y.M.P.C ‘ we

The securing of varnish, turpen-;cars and carts were seen laden celebrating winning of pi ae
tine, polish, etc., forms a necessary) with rum, beer, wine, gin, etc,. on Cricket and Basketball Sek Pris | . x
part of the Christmas preparations, | their way to their owners’ homes. Cups 8.30 p.m : : : 7 y :
and yesterday hundreds of people | These and large supplies of soft F

lined the counters of the various
hardware departments in the City
to get their supplies.

ere were several joiners
among the groups, but for the most
part were housewives who were
evidently intent on doing the
cleaning of their furniture them-

drinks as well, are being stowed
up for the Christmas celebrations.

Christmas is the time of giving,
and almost every Barbadian looks
forward with pleasure to inviting |
his friend to his home for “a}
drink.” As a matter of fact, to the
Barbadian, the Christmas celebra- |





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gives recital of Xmas mu-
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CHRISTMAS EVE
Dinner 7.p.m-10p.m.

MENU :

_Fruit Cocktail Falernum- ~~
Cream Veloute of Chicken
“Fillet” of Bream Italjenne Sauce
Roast Turkey and Yorkshire Ham
Cranberry Sauce-Giblet Gravy
Broiled sweet potatoes—Jug-Jug
Rice Creole—Christophenes

NEW YEAR'S EVE

Dinner - Dance
7 p.m.-1l p.m.
MENU: —

Grapefruit Maraschine

Ox-Tail Soup

Red Snapper au gratin Duchess
Baked Ham and Roast Turkey

Assorted Nuts—Raisins
ee
Concert Music—Oarols—Favours—Fun—Fvolic Feasting
Reservations Accepted Until Saturday Noon, Dec, 23rd and. 30th
Telephone 2644

Assorted Nuts—Raisins





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Christmas News
1950



3 selves or getting some other mem-| tions would be incomplete if he Sun Rises: 6.11 a.m.
¢ ber of the family to do it. In doing| eculd not make the offer Sun Sets: 5.44 p.m.
6 so they effect an appreciable ————$——_———- | aan ris December 24
3 saving. ghting: 6.00 p.m.
é aug stores were crowded with, A scollisiSY ee the june- High Water: 1.48 a.m.,
f seekers after gift parcels especially ; ion of. Broad and. McGregor 1.10 p.m,
e of toilet requisites, while 2 oun | Streets between the car M-1784 YESTERDAY
§ pawn co many ue or a | and the van M-2252 yesterday Rainfall (C aris ti i
. shirt f es iy hd won | about 6.30 p.m. The van is the oak: Sen ee amr as in Saturday, December 23rd
; we doll eis : [eeerers of Alleyne, Ape Ms oF Total for Month to Yester-
Al the alleyways 2 the CO aa) Ss
f gauieades cries war ttg| | ——__ seat ea A WONDERFUL XMAS SHOW and DANCE
‘ -outdone by the nearby postcar¢ FIRST APPEARANCE Temperature (Min.); 73.5° F
* sellérs in their ¢ al to the pass- , Saeatar :.
Ss wae aning”, Werte ee cei shies wand oill “Gee keke For THE OLD LADIES’ HOME, Constitution Road
: purchases were made. visk trade | be Making its first appearance ai|| Wind Velocity: 12 miles per is to be held in the Great Ballr Sh 9.30 .
p ! were the sellers of spirits. For the | the Globe Theatre to-night. The ee 29.977 m r oe pe PEA Sy Hee
: ‘ past few days people were making "recital will be under the joint Barometer: Pe on.) 29.977, ' Dancing until 2.00 a.m.
4 ‘sure of their Christmas supplies, Patronage of Mr. W. A. Crawford (3 pm.) 29.894
* and yesterday quite a few trucks, and Mr. John Beckles, M.B.E Capt. Raison’s Police Band « Norman Wood -— Show Arrangements
‘ pees : Before the Show
‘ They'll Do It Every ‘Time dhstind rae te By Jimmy Hatlo
¥ ! pg herman mes WY | SS mr —=w7 A REAL OLD TIME CHRISTMAS DINNER
: Were JUST ie BUT. yj a Z Y ND THEN DOESN'T LIKE Its \% is being served in our Dining Room from 6.30 p.m. to 9.00. p.m.
ASKIN ail ny
‘3 SKI ee EETEES zE GO BACK IN CAN You 7 e Y Christmastide Trimmings, Yorkshire Ham, Yuletide Turkey .
: WHY DO THE VERY LATEST— A WEEK wae er 4 . i 7 er Per Person $4.00. « Please make your Reservation with Mr. Peterson 3513
; GALS GET = \,_ No IT ARE TO HAVE ‘EM LZ We Can Supply The Following
© -¥ (THOSE AWFUL- CALLED Ze CHANGED «=: BLUFF OUT. . *
% LOOKING B 6 ‘ , ED 1° Y \ go S r 24th
z° 6) “SHORT is CUTE— IF POSSIBLE- FEEDSTUFFEFS janday. December 2
/ S| Wainvos? a ae SPECIALLY PREPARED ROAST BEEF DINNER
£ ce acduiay. caer as you really like it served in the Ballroom from 7.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.
' ' , . An Orchestra will play for Dancing « Dinner and Dancing, per Person $4.00
: CRUSHED CORN * ' tare aS
SCRATCH GRAIN
Monday, December 25th
WHOLE OATS .
LAYING MASH” CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON TEA

will be served in our Decoratod Ballroom

‘ GROWING MASH Sandwiches, Cake and Christmas Fixings scrved with Tea or Coffee

. CHICK STARTENA Cocktails and Drinks as Ordered

2 CALF STARTENA *

- PHONE: 4267 gas AN ATTRACTIVE’DANCE PROGRAMME HAS BEEN ARRANGED
ee NE: ac sw Entrance 72c.

< ge WILKINSON X HAY Wes CO.. Mn }). includes Tea and Dancing from 4.00 to 7.00 p.m.










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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1K8 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVK LARGE SUPPLIES OF MEAT WILL BE AVAILABLE 'pilfciu: WILL BE no shortage -t beef and pork al Christmas A butcher al I Market told the Adwcair oajr thai he expects to have largv suppln-of both pork and beef u MM He said that in case of shortage of local beef there I Ntill the imported beef to be sola j The market will be openet. every morning throughout the' holiday touon. but a tew tutchrr.. i are anticipating taking Their holiday from Sunday. One s.i. that he would advise his customer 1 to take their supplies of me.it from that morning otherwise they might be without on Monday ami Tuesday A BOUT 40 yard* of Ihe breakwater at the Princess Alice Hay field han been compl'-'oi Hi Evan Nurse, foreman, told the Aareocatr yesterday that if the sea remains calm he expects that the Job will be finished In le*. than six months. Nurse has been connected wild the Public Works Department for the past la yean. He nas erccea onsatcwaler. at the llaiboui PoUd Paar. Esplanade and St Aims Port, He soiu that when tney nrsi ataiteu at the Reef they had tu repair part 5 of the old brakwatei that were undermined by the sea The trucks from the Sanitary Department brought refuse to fill in large open spaces and this kept out the water. They are now being supplied with bits of iron pipe from the Water Works Department and these will be placeo against the wall to form a support A HAN walked around certain districts, pretending to be an employee of the Hlscuit Factory, and obtained money from three people by false pretenses On all occasions he promised the people that he would supply them with flour bags. On Sunday his two victims were Emia Lavine of Mount Standfast, St. James arid Bellleld Allryne o Holders Hill in the name parisli Prom Lavine he obtained $3 while he received $3.84 from Alleyne From Doreen Holder of Spoonem Hill he obtained (2 08 Tuesday. '-pHE BAG BUSINESS has been %  a. going on in Bridgetown for over a half century. People this business buy sugar and rice bags from wholesale and retail merchants and in turn sell 1 to factories where the bags rilled with sugar during the crop season. Before these bags are sold the factories they are washed and dried This continues throughout me year. They are afterward* stored away In bonds At Sultle Street there is a rinr that has been In the bag busines: for the past 15 years. The regular drying spot of this Arm is at the back of the Public Market ATI O'CLOCK last night the Sunday School children of St. Mary's Church staged ttv Nativity play "Christ Is Bom" at the Church. The large crow' that attended very much appreciated the performance Before the play began the St Mary's Choir enlivened the atmosphere with Carols A PUMPKIN vine has started to grow on the Princess Alice playlleld and shortly this may be bearing pumpkins. This vine was not planted by anyone, but perhaps a bird dropped a seed on the ground. The grass on the field has no* grown very long and on'* of th groundsmen toki the Advocate yesterday that they are looking forward to a motor mower to with the growth. At midday yesterday only few sheep could be seen grating on the ground The majority of school children on vacation find it impossible to play OD the field because of the long grass. < ROAMIM, THE STREET Thipoint duty CouxUlile vehicle* and pedetrlan>. When he sloptruffle it Vedeitnans nui-t toj> < tiniifor pedestrian* to iio--. but whfn he MRII*Itr*nV to YOUR GUESS Jug Jug Will Be Scarce AN extra five dollars during. Christmas week i* nothing to | ink at. The luck of asurUk| such a welcome piece came to s Eunice BsssH "f Baxters Koad yesterday She was the winof this week's lines, I'hotn Competition in the Advocate Aspaper She answered eor%  tl> %  the cupola on the building opposite Ihe Eye Hospital, Bay Street," in reply to the question •'Where is this and what Q if" There were other competitors who guessed that it was a cupola, but iiu". put it on the wrong building One such said it was the cupola on District F Police Station, and another described it the cupel. building JUG JUG, arbJcJk on almost be .ailed the Barbadian Christmas dish, will not be seen oe unlucky guesser tried the repay "Grand Stand House", Garrison A second said, "tfie watrhtowe: Choice wines. Vermouth ,lhcr expensive drank* can taslly obtained, and there hardly need to mention that the Another Line Caiis Here Th Buutnaj Ttrmlnali Ltd. line have begun to run between Fnglnm. and she West Indies. %  hip operatiiag on tin* route to arrive at Barbados will be the sLord Mariner which on January 8 Her arrival will be fa|L*W1 I | the arrival of the vs. Beech Hill on January 18 Both will be bringing ssjganl cfjnjD Quite a number of .alls were made to Barbados by ships of the Saguenay Terminals line, but they were all from Canada. Km n Plant;,lions Ltd the local representatives of the Saguenay Terminals Ltd In • told the Advoratr nsjb I ll r of the vessels operating on the Canada-West India. employ about IfO West Indian The Sea Prince whit h operates < %  duled to arrive at BarbHalifax on Saturday. She is bringing a cargo • lumber for Messrs J B I eel A Co Ltd ( ntssiri" l.itnv Rvmmed rill, i olfces ( o %  ...lestruut*. bsnsa, hieh was : d the Canadian %  law yai %  ( iminfte Major K A StOuU DCfHlO toM the t i Bk .. %  :,. %  %  %  I %  ... .-destrians %  rho are using this lM Manj p'de*tnaiis tend to ores* %  1 the wrong tin a. for pedestrians to eTOSsj I .% %  % %  f .-IT Mary lewis Brings Rice Mary M Lew* I l„-l %  %  ( %  %  n.t quantities 01 ftf* charcoal. The curgo earn* treen Quaana. Mary M l-ewk 111 to discharge her cargo Dulch Apples ire Here 1 itiful thi" %  %  %  %  Helen < Kitterdam I hoese. %  uppUag "i psslaJcsM unions, spin to ..lied oats. nulk DOS) l ii-r were IB* Helena Helen* : i gneeft for Trundad : %  local agents are Messrs S P. Musn. Son l> Co. Ltd i top Marine Hotel". shorl supply. Full IjiruYrs TwoMonthsforl/CLEOPHAS BHOWN of the Ivv Village was yesterda> sentence, to two months' imprisonment with hard labour by the Judfag of t!ia Assistant Court ol Appeal Mr G. 1. Taylor a-ixi Mr. J. W. U Chenery. In passing sentence, the judges conBrmed the decision Police Magistrate Mr. H Talma who sentenced Brown when he found him guilty of the lurcetiy of a shilling on Swan Street last Saturday. Bri.wti who has two previous convictions for larceny and one for house-breaking und lam was also ordered to pay 6/4 coats In seven days or in default ? days' imprisonment Brown's last offer.c. was Deceml-er 8. when he ens* lined £fi for the larceny of tl Hi 5d.. property of Ivy Sobers The shilling was the property of Kenn.-th Carter of Wafchei RCM" The shilling was dropped from th,second floor of Holder Bros., t" one Victor Bynoe. It fell on tl.e pavement wnd Brown took it up and put It in his pocket. Brown's Mnanutf was that l.e picked up the shilling and enquired tu whom it belonged. About three people said It wa* theirs and he asked whether one shilling could bel'og to three people Buying oi articles of food fo ihe season Is now in full swintf and will reach a grand climax oSaturday. Larders will have to 1really full by Saturday night, be cause no shopping: can be dorn after that until Wednesday tin lollowint; week. Despite scarcity of some hen, the signs are that where food I concerned 11 will be still a beltr Christmas than some experienced t'uring the past, especially durln; the war years. If those who d< not get Jug do not feel too badly about ll, they can still spend' • happy Christmas. There are some people or cojrse who are usually Incapable of eating their Christmas dinner because of indiscretion on Christ mas Eve. alcoholically speaking For some of these, that is iiuu idea of a happy Christmas, ami at any rale it gives them something to talk about when Christ' DIED SUDDENLY Joseph Phillips, • 33-vcr labourer of Andrew's Tenantry. B %  %  ) h. died suddenly at the P M O'* residence. St John, or Tuesday evening. He was later removed to tin St Joseph's Almshou** whern I post mortem examination snU performed by Dr. L T Tnppin P.MO of St. Andrew Death was attributed to aiieurism to the heart. SIX MONTHS FOR STEALING CYCLE IT. CLAIM JORDAN. a ItJwMrW ol Church s:. Michael, was yesterday septenced by His Worship Mr E. A McLeod to six months' imprisonment with hard labour for stealing a bicycle the propert al Milton Bonnet! on Dei20. 40'FINE I.ESLIF. REDMAN. I labouni ^f Barbarees Hill, was fined 40, | ll:. Worship Mr A J H Hunn. hell yesterday when he waa found guiltv of the unlawful possession of six packages of cotton thread valued ll 30 on December 19. EXPENSIVE CIGARETTES KEITH B1RKCTT, of Jackson, %  d to pay %  RIM ol 1H gftei His Mi \ ii HanachaU found him guilt) of stealing two .%  i I SUi U Id Seotl I Co I'll i n Deeembai 10 15'FOR ASSAULT %  f 15/was impnsed on .v of Jacks.>n Sf WehasU, h) His Worship Mr. A J H Hiiiwchell when she was lound guilty of assauIUng and beating Gwendoline Nurse, also •n. St Michael on JUST ARRIVED "TRINIDAD" ORANGE JUICE AT ONLY C. TIN. BE SURE TO ORDER YOUR REQUIREMENTS FROM YOUR DEALER TO-DAY i SPECIFY "TRINIDAD" ORANGE JUICE II., nuci J J IM Sit SHII'MIM OF ... \ PURINA CHOWS ARRIVED AT H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD.-Distributors. pleasure give Gillette A gift for every day of the year This is just the gill A man would choose Tor himself. To make the daily task of shaving into a daily pleasure. Gillctlc Ifctt the sharpest blade in the world which, combined illi til Own pasrialOfJ Isstdl fllOr, forms one perfect shaving instrument. Thrrr mi attrmdlft GUktlt' ml prirtt lO'ifing ('<•"> 7 ** '" I I rade Inquiries: I. firddes Grt I imiled ^mWSMSaSSm\ HTV'H II laroaritv Jiisl in lintf lor %•* DORSAY PERFUME luloxIraUon—Duo-l#hands \\~*> ll'Orsay I i.lotne OOUJNt MIIAVINCi BOWLS \nd ATtn SII.WK LOTION v&J Shirts and Ties KAIIIAfDKkSS SII1HTS. with UfT and wifl mareella if miwith two ofl eallara to m.I. h and *IM. with aoft r.llr alUrhrd FRIl'KN: |6 ?: $ 1* and RVF MEM (OLLARS Stir* ||f, i„ |H %  MI 66f M:.K IIANI>KI:RIIIII:K> In self r.ilimrs i.r Hfetta '•• -'. $1.88 S1.31 MU ss (i MMIK %  AMM III Maroon ,iutl Bl.ick = formal and otherwise r'LITI SPORT SHIRTS. i ..n. Sleeve*, (lowered .I---IIVerv attractive L?T S6.93 I Mil SHIRTS with Tmbenlaed collar attached In %  lutirof while, arey. .::: "" $4.82 I i.nl RUm SHIRTS .. III. MkMtfMi rollar jll.rhrd MIMO 14 to %  • %  $3.71 DRESS TIES Ri-*d> Tied and Tie Vourwll In Hlaek Hhlle and Maroon 91c i ... i. $3.41 $1.74 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10. 11, 12 i 13 BROAD STREET iMMMMIiMMWUiUV3WISlSJIiaMV^^vjSiMlWVi>o I, — i K WE ARE NOW ASSEMBLING 100 HUMBER CYCLES und alp-aily we have received order* tolalitiK nearly I, fil' the "!n|inifiit 80 highly is the HUMBER esteemed in England that the Makers, have by Royal Warrant, been appointed CYCLE MAKERS TO H.M. THE KING mill every "HIJMBEU" heart, the .nsigniH above ihe name-plate. r?* NO "HIKIi 1 Vc 1.1: 1 UUHR8 rills 1IM.I. MAKK OP Q I' A I. I I V Till'. riissKssluN Of WHICH PLA0BB IIIK HUMBER' N' A CLASS I'.V 1TSKI.I' vl Bo Don't Wll — HOOK YOURS TOD A Y AND REMEMBER ITS— HARRISONS t HUMBERS SUGGEST ellrry, inrliiditii; I! %  <<. %  • Idrnlifiialinn Brnctlels anil l.iirrnigs Nvlnns. Mux Farlnr (lilt Sctn BOM of llankiev riclorial Scarves) with Mup 1 llarbadus shnwinu' Inrnl scenes and artivities 'Mfa&aU Shirt* (includini> "Klite". Diiiilili' Twi.'' "Mrtropolc",* Hoollrn Piillovrn, ryjaiiiiis. Socks. Tics. Fotmuinj IVns. <;illrltr Kor SrU. THE WIDEST VARIETY IN TOWN! ChildAsn Anklets, Tm*. llankic%. Handbags K Frocks and Play Suits. Panlirs. I Sweaters, Bny




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Till USD \\ HI I I Mill U 21, 1M BARBADOS ADVOCATK I'lOK THREE Beauty As Peril, Says Doctor From NEW ELL RtHiLKS Is beauty a menace to woman when the worships h-i i mai i %  tonifht. Aim ho LS A HoUjrwOOd physician lo Mm stars. He believes beauty worship i a secret cause of many broken romances. He say*. "There are women who so idolise their beauty that they can think of nothing vise. They are Iceberg actresses'' Two stars are listed tonight by the National Ass*.!. Women Artist* as amon* -the ten most stimulating America." But tl i Hot chosen for beau Gardner is listed b*C i •ay. her f.ice b > %  %  i . fi>i <\u-. -i ir,t ., bold and veniurcwme fnc•" SIR 1UHLRT WILKIVS. : %  %  Arctic explorer, tell.* Americans their troops could be OfjRiBtl in submi.ni.es ondi-r the Arci to Within Mlikmi; ii Russian Industrial centres. And a DUgsodM reports that the U. S. Air rorce Defence Command Headquarters was moved fn>n. near New York to the 1 Rocky Mountains because of the fear of %  ttack by lubnWl atomic guided m BABY BOM sis ..re being advbeated again. Six thousand delegates at the n ferenee on children and discussing them \ only poor famll %  et larger. Bonn-Argumcr.' all kinci' d Bonuaov iunrnnt. I nine basic ii< mm inn II it On.AIM %  word explanation %  of the ; meaning ut the word* Dunkirk and Munich when appUi K i i erUM FOR DRIVING %  mm 130 miles to ask a girl to innrrv nlm, TtxM cabbie D. L. Ql fSS7 tip The girl said Yes. HENRY FORII is to forego the competitive advai cars more cheaply than his great rival. General Motors. Because his costs hire*, at a rate of nearly t37.00O.1O0 a year since June—the month (he Korean war started — he hat to abandon hi* earlier docll to hold the price line, and will raise the price* .Malnutrition High For N.Z. Children i. i GRAHAM AUCKLAND. N Z. One of the healthiest countries in thf world. New Zealand ls con%  %  r i report of a startlingly high rate of malnutrition among childivn The report was made by Dr. A. W. S. Thompson, government health officer, after an investigation in Auckland. Urr.ikfasts nutritionally poor in value are eaten by 38 per cent of children, poor lunches by 25 per cent tlM poor evening meals by B.S per cent. The day's menu, i d H a whole, is poor la quail".* in nearly 35 per cent of rase. %  -Uiggerlng conclusions about a population such at ours, in a land of plenty, where the actual expenditure of food is so high, and especially when It U remembered that the survey conteimd no single case of unemploy,t slum dwelling, or of actual neglect." in New Zealand were all the same — substantial, badly cooked and served, uniniincxpressibly English. and dull as a wel Auckland Sunday, lr Thompson added -"CP> HARBOUR LOG Boy Electrocuted iFYom Our Own Corre pondmil' PORT-OF-SPAIN. D 111. A 13-ycar-old boy, Peter Singh was electrocuted shortly after 11 o'clock on Monday morning List while at work at the home of Mrs Evelyn Mopp at 25 Hvdnabn.i Street, St. James. Ho was assisting in the i leanlrt of Mrs. M he went to remove a bit of winfrom a rose plant he was snocked and began to bleed. The Port-of-Spain Corporation Electricity Board was summoned and the current cut off. Singli died on all way Xa the Colonial Hospital 81,000 Reward 'PORT-OF-Sl' George Boycc, oJ Valencia Village, who. after %  15-day manhunt by the Polka. lUMMMd information which Uil to the arrcs* of Randolph Froser. wanted f<" four murders was II.HH.. for the 51.000 reward offered b: the Police at Police Headquarters. Port-of-Spain. End Of An Odyssey CROWDS l n the streets of Keejind. on N Vtsrtber welcomed 30 Lord Kilbrackan HI be l into the luwn it wa.v the end of a 17,000 mile* trip through 14 countries hich began i n London in March id gave Lord Kilbracken the H< nour r-. &f W omjin. Sch. Luriiia M Smiuv fct PTiyilw Mark Srt OtnMM. W Icrl Nalaj..~>.. AKJUVAl.s %  rri Maty M L*l. M lm*> ftet. CM*. Mjr.h-.il (ion BriU-ah OuMU. Sch Hmirnr. • Ian* rarl. Cfcr-I Haarll (ion BDUah OuUi. DCTAftTUBES MV Canadian Challangrr. B Ms ioi. *•*. Ca. Clark*, lo. Canada IS UosSeraM. u un rat. Can. Burwan. for UK In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station C *n I* I -.IV! thai Iks* ran nor Ihr follow/In* ih.pt Ihroufh Ihrtt Barbados *-*• tuii. *' Insane. SS fon Dua^awia. St Bowilo. 81 Bacrhua; BS Aioua Hlltm. II Alrua ftlnWr: SB Abfcr.lvI It CatorrOMv; II Malrrx; S.S. law• ,i*l Toronlo. 88. EMU Rrrhniand. B5 Tiarrim; 8.S IMMM. II. Akaa (>i pat. SI Choloma: 88 O M rWrmrl'i. 88 Urusuaj. IS MormaeUnd. 6 s. 8. ROM. IS Warn KUiabrtn. 8 s OTsri. IS Flva r-orka. IX. !--*ia-i SI FOIkr Batnubrtlr. IS Caiador, 8' IVhia; B.8. I-.. .< SUaarn; II Maria U> l^rrlnas11 Brt.it IJon. S S Nldar. i. .: 8 8. WUford: S.S Ka-i us MsUrn. 88. Caaablanca. IS Fadaral SI r HMMSSU %  t*d Badnay. . %  Ilal Cnak. *S. Manny; S Tu Dr. S*aax B.S City of Dalhi SS Mat— BsseasssK Seawell i m AI'.KIVAI.S I frssi ssli D*anr Omi Speaker Speaks Out MI. % %  • Daan. Drano. Carol Drai la/ Dranc. Carmrn W %  VaaSBkarl. (lcor Nnbtijti. Hull. I.iifold. Lroti-td Btuar. Hall Mlcharl Hall. Btaphaiilr Btubaih Hall. Hon. Francaa %  r i C PI lUa lUrtarti. Drrrk Davir. rrom DOUBftCA. .Mi HcrOril Huilig. Mr H A r.bjn DaTABTVBSSB By B.W I A 1 For TRINIDAD; tlrrirudo BHI; Brrvi Ball. Bu> Hi. baruli; Ansala Mayara; Eitial l"i Marsarat Cortatn; DsruUiy MTMHS]I. Kathlrrn Knowlca: Orrard Aqul. rnrn Poundar. Laalla Corbln. Louii Kurirt. tnUMSR E.-k latour s Far ST VirlCXHT; Tllllli'l Dan*; Rav. Jahannri. Ton*rac rn.ua grit, Pt St Jack |.., DOMINICA. Buhoe tv-i *1HnidrTaon Wruhat" Dorothy Watlhai*. uaorrray B*t* The CanadianBank Of Commerce rum-tern BMbaSaa. B.W.I. BATSS OF EXCBANUB ftUt Ofraatbrr. MM ..III.I Hal >if OUfaUM %  3 3 Wt pr Chaqiata on m M pi Hankara D.maod IIP". V BtcM DralUll l/W'i P'3 i/tt- pt. Cable „ ._,. „ • lit-, Bff. Osrsaiea jj UV; PJ %  pi fan Mills For Christmas flowers and other ^'hnstmas ware In the mo^t attractive pOaWtaOSJ both women and men are combing •:eets and gettlni niaiff %  ales. at The vsricty o( colours and sizes of the arti-v .ire man* and the buyer has a wide scope for choice. Judging bv the numb*. of sellers who *rmw their mate rials on Swan Street a< against the other streets, much more seilitlK Is done alone, there. Although most a| than .ir> alwa.v* attending a customer, It 1." not likely that one can pass near one of these sellers and not be induced to buy Even the women who usually ril with then basket. in front of them along Swan Street and seem lo get little of the ccasksl edge, cotton and such li^ 1 %  oW an being Kept vci > busS resMrsfJ customers. The> have detoratM Usssi boskets with toy fan-millAmong all the bustle. I the Polar man is heard one that the day is wan ha. Brvsnai sweets. He too is mailing many sales OH Swnn Strctl and Baxter* Rosd. STOP THAT COUGH Man taking; VfcVi' in Mllll UK at cvnor, and tec how JOy yt-ur cinigh ill stop I %  woi I.I • faaiK-ui xnagh mrdy *"t't'*" awav h.iara> l-rmtluiig, kiid pfntrcta (be i -cst tod hinci BOVRIL VENOS COUCH MIXTURE makes got* bolter pMid cooki BROWNE'S NAUTICAL ALMANAC FOR 1951 HttlnTlK A to. KB! .7.-/0/ Isrwitu. Rive, lhat tSarrl flavour toaU M>urn, nic and savouries AnJ nourishment, too — lor BOVTII is the .TMUcntratcd Roodneu ot heef. Bovn! a tasty sandwuh spread—and a cup of bol Uoviil dsilv irukcs you tccl/tw I ^f, J ,f. J ^^^f,;^f,:, i ^^ic:o^oo.v^ 2 WWWWf i 5sV ^,^ s ^ J ^ s%50%v%s 5 ^ 5 5 IK>RT-OF SPAIN, DOC. 18. be Hon. William Savary. K-C., : the Legialalive Council, reminded members of his authority to suspend them from PBM '>f the Council should' they misconduct themselves while he was addressing the House. He Id: "As memberi know they are free to leave the Chamber at any lime, but not while the Spcaiccr is addressing" the House." This n an incident at last Friday's meeting when seven members left their seats and walked out of the Chamber while the Speaker was addressing the Council. "An act that is disres]>octJul to the Speaker and to ( the Council", he said. ROYAL % %  BEBOP 1 LONDON. Princess Marie Louise, a granddaughter of Queen Victoria, gave this definition of modern music at a recent luncheon: "It's like modern life — a lovely melody, then discord and n crash. Like modem life. It is sometimes hard to understand."—f the system of free travel for. policemen. He said it was not only unnccesnry but the privilege was abiued and conductors when unable to account for passengers, use it as an excuse. This memorandum of suggestions for improvement of the Municipal t.ansport services in Port-of-Spain followed Mr. Cross observations of the Transport Method of Operations and Administration of the London Transport InecuUve. "PEEK FREAN (Hill I IAN S III SI KISII ITS) OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING STORES TRY THESE FAMOUS PARTY AIDS CHEESELETS MARTINI CRACKERS PLAY BOX TWIGLETS Etc. Etc. DELICIOUS & APPETISING 99 Proud P of all your rooms? K..C ..t-t,hi. Ilic fu.ti 'HllH.' >>.. 141" nd IMO4OIIW llw ..>(• pia—mn HARPIC INI IflCISL ISVST0S* tl**Nl(> [0-DAVS NEWS FLASH FLOWER til-ASS for DOOKS JOHNSON S IIAKIIWARK Kvery day M p*n new To>S, and we are eerlAlnl* dolnc a record hu*tneaa In thrm JOHNSONS STATIONERY •1 X A %  alb %  %  E X a* •A •" %  I %  1 %  1 r\i w atjprosM h Uw CIOM ol another >oar v/c toosi t.uk with gratitude f> tha 1 nave Iiaii UM pltMurt ol UsTOUghoUl and ijirto this opportunin ol %  sTprajaainj our linoi '"thanks'* and oictend: Best Wish.-, (or A ll\PPY t IIKIST.MAS AMI PKIISPKROI'S NKW \t \U uli:s AND TRADING IhlllHl. 'zammumi&wiiiMwim&HVMwwwi 1 •5 •-• %  1 a.'Sk 1 .". ?, .' %  P & V A V X V" — .* *-• %  * m %  m & .X %  X V .". r s V .^ V K I .X V -. v X V iff v . V sv KS V 11 %  .'. ',' .; %  -, \I fyZtontMIS OUR SINCERE WISH TO ALL CUSTOMERS AND (1ENERAL PUBLIC a %  v m v V T %  %  a a a a a 1 %  3 ROBERT THOM LTD. CO!'HTKKY I.AIIAI.I Whilepark Road NOURISHMENT VALUE POWUflU (OIIRAIiLOL'S! OUTSPOKEN! 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Tharaaay Bttrabrr 21 l5 Barbautis MMrcate 11\ '..THE HEART IS HIGH..." ('luli-nriaridinff and sup;-.n for (he triainteno| rhe Brit sh M |mj-orw.if MUM in (h.< WOfM. 7 It I iiiur.cf uuara-i • %  .,/ I,I... the U'.*(il#..f wrrar.ti, of profpcritu restt with the Coii.rnoiiU'ralfM, /l Ia beJeacfag force and a i/t.;di.,o influence In u World torn by dfpn.*i... icilli ii'or cloud) •iti'.lfrtng la *'• %  '." Mmitton What shall I v*> lurn Ui men <>i Mr uulfi rmpirr • I'ut >our faith in Kritaln and trust in but leaderi.hlp Thr proplr are *ound and the heart i, iroiig. BrtUi.i ha* lct her cash but maintained hrr llrr fund* are low but her heart I* high The transition from riche tu povert> ha* been -um and harsh — %  bat Ihe people understand that their mkfurtun* ha. an hunou rattle cauar BrIUIn foucht the war iiuUldiher rims*. The enemy wan .hu.r her weight Now Hi.,onseqaciM %  are felt In 'in., quarter* the Idea prevail* lhat Britain being poorer ran no longer he the centre ol the hmplrr. It ia a mistake lo Imaginr that wealth determine* the isaur I'.ni mi Hjaja i.... i uhrn hrt age rf evpamilon began—It begat partly beeatue thr Wat poor. l> % %  'u-r her son* had empty hellleo and torn breeches and a liking; for adventure Britain Is poor again, llrr wealth gone, but character, courage, statesmanship remain Hi.--..*re the factor* that deride The question Is not where will be the rentre of the l i->i"11 %  It i% whether It la to continue That depends on whether each of the great mm. wants to maintain the old .--„,,.,i And that. In turn, depend* on what earh Iniplre nation think* i>r Ihr other*. Britain due* not trad the world In large-arale Industry But she leada easily | n Invention and diacovery This ki, ao far, the BriUsh century in moat department* of inn F The British are alao the l L]II. -i nation In aortal and pollUeal lielda. Great pteues-i*. nuy be too bead and too -win Time will ahow. At preaent there la an industrial aiul commercial %  evolution It la In ronaequence of the war. It la an inirii. -nupheaval whlrh at limes rises to a piteh of rrhla Britain waa the onl> iwUon lhat waa totally mo biliaed for war—for nothing of the kind was known elsewhere Britain waa alao thr only nation which In the peace faced a total reversal of her trading poaitlon. The task of reconversion I* enormous Britain ha* now recovered and passed her pre-war export An i\li.i'T.li ui" feat — poaalMy enough to enable her lo pay her own way. The crisis IB not over—II may last for years But triumph over disaster Is sure For the spirit and skill i* unequalled. Lord Brnerrbroofc—Openino Ihr Royal Winter Affrirtflfural Fair In Toronlo. leyfl/M. Montgomery's Job Will Disappear When European Army Is Formed BRUSSELS, £ec. J_. "f HE WESTERN UNION will disappear or bo merged into the North Atlantic schema u I rfljlt of decisions reached today in Brussels by th Foreign Ministers of the five Brussels Pact signa tories — Britain, France, Belgium. Holland am' I.-ixembourg. • conference Mn tl ni Union defence organisation wai t be roorgi foil wing vesterday's 12-oaUon decision to form a Waal Rjropcan integrated army us p.in '•! Hie Atlantic Pwrf rJM< nee system Thru comnuiiUqiie did not q i further iu sy that the future of the western defend Ion had been considered. 1 Generals would decide osrtolu of thf merger, "the Wi-l.in Union ou no M 00 mng by it*elf" a spokcMi All the spadework. done by the Western Union has l*cn madr available lo the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and Ihaj have found It ver>' useful Asked if the General Staff of Willtnm J. Sebald." Ameri.-an *• WortafO Union WOUld • delegate on the Allied Council • %  •' tt "' 11 l it % %  > " %  '' Japan, charged al 11 Council meet, IS r -* w oul there mui be Indi^.ing today lhat Russian authorities ( un| command* fcr eoch region %  ilireuted and tortured' Since the ratification of the Japanese prisoners < %  wi.i North Atlantic Treaty, oth^r n aaa detmfiad diaifM of ; regions within the %  rgiinisutiun al'.eatment by Kussian* and I had access to plans drawn up bj IM'%11 TlllKKYK Hussions Torturrd Jup Prisonors U.S. Delegate Claims TOKYO Do M tad i>> men l. Allegali. the Japanese Go UN Troops Renew Battle In Korea US Troops' Transfer Opposed •ns said tortures ou tainted from conllnual U-atirifiwith staves and electric flexes, being forced to sit on pieces of wood one inch square, and no food during examinations. They were also confined under rigorous conditions and beaten, had not enough food and no warm clotnlni in sub-Arctice cvld. and had no provision for repatriation. Sebald aaaea mat prisoners were often falsely convicted and sentenced to long sOTIM Of irnprlaonnianl after which they were Iff with no chance of going home or communicating with their Government delegates headed by MIIJI.I Oaneral A r. KislenKo sat silently while Sebald made his speech. Japanese Government has alleged that 330.000 prisoners of war have not been repatriated by the U S3 H -neuter. Biggest RailwayStation Opened HOME. Dec. 20. President I.nig Ematidi of Italv ructdc Ue Oaaperl today inaujiuiated Kume's super modern railway station the biggest in the world, begun by Mu.olln i is It is l-elieved lo have cost nearly £6.000.000. Eacing DIM and lawns of one iif Europe's most attractive and spacious squares, the station has regular white facade of 10 horizontal layers of stone interspaced with glass A novel concrete canopy moulded like the entrance to a giant marquee, fronts the building and forms an airy glass walled booking hall. Twelve platforms with a total length of three miles serve the station's 22 main tracks which can handle up to 400 trains dally. The roofed area of the station with Its offices and installations | f 1 !" 1 covers roughly 55.000 square miles.—Renter. the Western Union foi UM dm of that area. Asked to which regn B OtTmany wculd be linked In the new Atlantic command Bst spokesman said, "It has not been decided but I should not think there would be much doubt about it" "'The Germans will be treated on a footing of equality. V i "count Mcntgomery. Coin m.uidei-in-Chlef of the Five Power Western Union Defence Organisation which the ne\h created Atlantic Army Command will absorb has yet a decisive part to play in EuropiQ dsMJnce, diplomatic quarters here, said titday. They did not discount the posbility thiit "Monty" might st;.v it In the 12-Power military organisation in command of the western region with which he Is iw familiar. The decision would rest with Ceneral Dwight Eisenhower and the standing group of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation Lord Montgomery's future has aroused active speculation here sine* yesterday s decision by Foreign and Defence Ministers of the 12 Atlantic Powers to create :i new command under General Kis.nlmwer Keuter TtTRKKYB. the trnditionsl ChrTatmM day tan mi many di t tables all or the world, arc In the new*. Joyce King bring* two lb Ib. prUnr tiukay* to the Vnrfcaf aale held I'cintiy In • village in England where the bird* were auctioned si pnr< %  langliitf from 63. foi Mb bud BMi l l '. Ml, 1 .! 20 Truman's New Year Wish WEST COMMISSIONERS GIVEN FREE HAND By PAMELA MATTIIKWS UIU'SSKl.S. Her 20 The three Western Hi^h CommisMortors in flnilllllij baVf bat %  Ivtn frnt hand In tlu-ir ritgotlnUoM with the Bonn Qovemmenl on Wnnl German Dr4itlcipwtion in the Atlanttt Army nccordlng t<> usually icli..il,> nuari.rs hfn The known results of the "big Ihrt-c" Foreign Mininlers' private meolinu here last night have paved the way lor .i y.muliaiu'ous approach to the Soviet and West Getinan Governinuntj-. Tim-Ministers. Bmttit gstvtn ot Britain. Dean Arh**nn erf the t'-w %  States and Hobcil Sihuman Ol Kr.in-f. asarsj kiioun in have t.tki-n Mo stejM ut their nniting after the IJ-nntion Atlantic Coun |cil had %  pprovad the ap| ..1 I .rni i .1 %  wnhAwer as Niqireme t'ommander of the All Slice's army peed] uitraWa* nt askitiioitai Ar n aetcan ground troop' .. niroiM %  nt nt thai mom Amerkeri MI ild ba %  i >.i> :eta led Informaium o ruler na the hasi i nblned < i 2. Aasuraacea that Ih rill not b. rhere I.M Ive to It i %  % %  noon n .ii .Ii,...,i. lei U \V"l'er l,c. on .nber of the tore gn %  n Ittee, told reporthe thought Conartwi would to kn... nist arnat waatatn pean nations proposed to do %  Doui halptna tlefetui thernaelvei bafljn a single man rtent .il mail Vnothat CotnnUtta* Member. I i %  anoar Smith I Rapub Ucani. said hr beUeved H arouM t>. .i mlatake for tha I to Fui'Ofn.' %  rlthoul 'it least having tin appfd i ii i i taadcti "• i in., %  RapubUcan Sanator Maii'n < %  mi | ..I n | /.'in 1 1..I told i'"H an th.ii before an) mort i % %  "I raaarval mual be i uUl up at home. — R.iiiei Be %  SWBET SHEEP LONDON in Australia. i dispatch to n %  Evening HATH night %  tini. ,. n ,i a As a gesture to his sheep, now bringing hh fortt nv ,i Rh eouth Wales has had his whole flock of many thousands %  nra/ad with Chanel No INS Europe Must Help Herself -HOOVER NEW YORK. Dee 20 Republican Ex-PTesident Her bert Hoover declared in a radio address tonight that Western Europe, must create and equip "huge numbers" of fighting divisions of its own "before we land another man or another dollar on their shores." He said American sacrifices to achieve West European unity so far had failed. America's defence line mutt be the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans, not the continents of Europe or Asia. "Any attempt to make the Communist mass, by land invasion through the quicksands of China. India, or Western Europe would be sheer folly." hi 1 said To warrant further aid Westerr Europe must create for itself "organised and equipped combat divisions of such huge numbers as would erect some dam against tha Reds. American sea and air power alone could control the Atlantic. and block possible Communist invasion of America. The "atom bomb is a far leas dominant weapon than it was once thought to be", he added. —Reuler Ask Uniform Price For 1951 Sugar WASHINGTON. Dr. B President Truimn xprease i bopai today that in the New Veai DH "."ild would come closer t' realising Its "ultimate dn-am of blierty. Justice and fn-edom". Hi told American armed forces In ;i Christmas message: 'This Christmas finds many thousands of you abroad far from your loved onea and doae ties and relationships which add to tha spirit and warmth of UM ln.li.l.iv %  aaon "Wherever you serve, your response to heavy duties and responsibilities is a proof that your mli< representatives of a free nation if to strengthen and to give hop* to all who seek peace on earth. May the real spirit of Christmas nbide with you nnd may all of us In eoj Ifh all free •M'l'l th New tlmote nd freePriiiaC Minister Of Malta Die* VAlaSTTA, Dec. 20 Dr Enrno Muxi. 66-year-old Prime Minister of MalU. died hare today. He had been working In bed until last night. His secretary said Dr. Mixu ill when he went to meet Print Margaret at Luqa last week Ha was ordered by his doctor not to attend the latest sitting of ihe legislativeAaaambty Hi dressed to fo. but hU ministart said they would not attend if he went. Dr. Mfcul was lender of Malt; pro-Italian Nationalist-.—*aeaai irrom Oar Own Correapondrnlp 1XJNDON. Dec. 20. Empire sugar producing counties have agreed upon a uniform > %  Ice for next year's crop and have iubmitted their figures to the British Minister of Food, Maurice Webb. A delegation of Empire sugar Interests cons.sling of representatives of Australia, the British West Indies. Mauritius and tha Fiji Islands and led by Premier Hanlon of Queensland. Australia met the Minister this afternoon and placed their proposals before h m. The Minister conceded the principle of uniformity of price for Empire produced sugar and promised to examine the figun worked out by the producing countries. The delegation is to meet the lOnUeaf again on Friday to hear his decision. A memtter of the Queensland mission said iKTs"evening that the delegation had reason to hope that iheir proposed uniform pric; would be accepted by the Minister The agreement between Empire sugar producers on a uniform price, means that one of the chief purposes of the present talks har been fulfilU-o The Minister had originally proposed, to pay differentiating prices to various Empire sugai producing countries. Favourites iPram Oui Ow.i Comapondvnt I'OHT-OF SPAIN. Dec. 20 The likely first day favourite* in the T T.C Xmas meet 1st Fairfront and Careful Ai 2ad Tu Market and Ostara 3rd (Joint Fa Ites Footn.Br* and Bov The Jester. B*-; W. • .--, Paris. % %  K Article. 6th. Governor's Cup. Blur Streak and Elizabethan 7th Rose Mary and Sunglee. Blh Palomlne and Mini at are ixopli-s come YePi to reallsi dream of liU-il dom." Ciencr.it (ie.i rr ;e C Marshall. Oefence Secretary said: "It || tn> hope and I know your hope along with that of all the friemlly world hat we will find peace In tne New Year" —Reuler. U.S. Businessmen May Buy Butlin's Caiup LONDON, Dee 20 William Billy Buthn, British sort owner, announced today that a representative of the group t States businessmen Is In London to discuss the'purchase of his paiti.ilh vacation village in the Bahamas Bmlin. a native of South Africa who once toured Canada's carnival circuit with his parents, has matte a fortune oul of running KMI;IK h resort villages, but his camp on the grand Bahama Island has been on the verge of bankruptcy Ii' i' U I d 10 "lentifv UN Amrn;m i< jitt-st-iiLitivc oi Ins backers. one of i hem had Mellon ith gambling interests. There have been published reports th.it Florida gamblen. iron planning to take over the project and fly customers from the U.S mainland in chartered planes. —(C.P ) Resides drawing up it. i. | ( I | the IliKli CotMIUOap j,, roved ue lexta of the pUei l lie KIIIM.III note foi 10 I | talks on Germany, usu.ill %  retla %  Nothing has been diwlose^l l-iut the texts 'if the replies, but it i:; jK'iicrulh assiinn.l there will lie • i turn of ihe caiiii'i A. item Ion of .i foui -power run-! oi .-.. ., Uu next lei Observers henthought tin Hum %  oulil make Iheir 11> i approac h to ii Aden fo forming German units as soon as they returned to Qermany this wauk. || i t II mi open question how ai the Atlantic Powera* gesture f iii-tip'wiiii! to piiimi flcnniin a. "ii ui aii suppt>rt win convince i i.any that its military service In the Atlantic Anm will i %  ba of an inferior grade West Oerman Government miters, and the Social Democra. tic opposition at Bonn lnt night celvad with reaerva U %  unique on at New Vessel Runs Aground SCOTLAND. Dee. 20. A new 320-ton river ai Orinvc*. built on the Clyde for export to South America, went T Mjnd today on a sandy beach Lamlash Bay at Arran during a gale. She did not appear to be in any langn ind the crew were still %  board some hours later A few davs ago the Orinoco was or. her w;iy to South Amen, %  :, hen it put in at Ij*m!ash Bav with .1 trouble The morning lltle wai r.ol sufficient to refloat the vessel this morning and a further %  ttempt was to be made at high tide tonight It was originally designed for pasrengcr and cargo aervtea on the river Orinoco m Vener.ucla Ciof/ies Attract Pilgrims VATICAN CITY, Dec 20. Wlnfj robes of the Mo ii.li.mi Ian prince from the Parian Gulf, fcmir Fahad As Subah if Kuwait, attracted the attentloi of many of the 40.wio pilgrim crowding St. Peter's Baaflka loi .n' f the last Holy Yea to be given by Pope Pius XII ,.%  will hold two more general audiences on Saturday December 23. and on Tuesday Da %  -..I M 2(i. for pllgrta have come lo Rome especially foi •• ceremonies of QM Kol) year. Also on Saturday at 11 am %  %  • (he Pope will broadcast his Christmas message to the world.—Heater Kusriia Increases Exports To U.S. WASHINGTON. Dec. 20 llussia has increased hci expo its to America of PJgnaaffmi %  nd ehrotne ore vital Mrategk materials—since the start of thr Kuivun war. an official said today Commerce Department ofneias .nd they could not explain the Soviet motive but some thought l( • %  need foi dull.il* ov.-i nxle all other considerations — Reuler 1,300 Reds Killed And Wounded TOKYO, 0c. 20. 1 INITEb NATIONS forCM were in Btro with Communisi mupi this morning in the first major clash on tha Eighth .'.nuy front !or three weeks. The engagement was along a 30 mile front or the 38th parallel north of Uhunchon. The Secon.l. Fifth and Kighth Oivisions attempting to improve their positions on the parallel met no heavy resistance from North Korean forces, an Eighth Army BOOketSUUl renortert in Seoul .— M nnwhlli United .. ... Norn, K llvil. Kiflhl I hurl A %  %  mlllloi hear! >• ri the rig] i Am %  i %  %  •Will K %  rourl maiiial hen Kfiil-r %  %  Stalin h 71 7 onlay Musi OW, !> Greetings t.. Mai I %  tin lill'l. ..!< %  Itil %  %  !" -'I ing In MIMH-UW news|Mi|H i io.no,,,... bfl , 71. Thousands or groups and individual! fho sent eonfTatulatloM ii named in the past yen Today's papers listed 71 groupi A linrbetl winwreath will IK iual) i--.t..i h, re lo Mai ihel Slaun IMI his Tiat Urthda) • %  •HOMO* I, W.-sl llerlin* anti( %  ..niii.jni-t lighten, .m.i nil in humanity", in leal Berlin and i %  i ; %  i r %  ..n. street-w Ida banr" t Liar birthday wisiuMi Btalln n Ui the slogans—"who hves Stalin hwes Germany" ami "who love-. Germany loves Stalin.' Flood BJ %  usages from the Soviet zone uf rrrnanv laves Stalin Flood of Marshal Stalin for his "generous • -.iM iu< >• to thi> <; %  i -T..HI |M'opl< —Keuter i my. %  % %  iMi. T la U u M H % %  %  liiiinany's demands for %  i utity in European deCance ware Ii .<•!> to tie met Dr. Kurt SehU'eaehsT, fVmorratie leader declared at H ll it he. party would reject Ihe lin:ssei# deelJdon . h.rtu .1Uv | Allen failed lo provide enough J -. m.my ; in Gannang inefneelvaa would have to say the final word on German rearmament, he Bold. —Iteuter Mac Arthur Canson Newt From Korea Pi IKYO, r >-< 10 Oeneral M..< Arthui 1 ,>o.,t ,..|is,,|v||||. ,, M %  1 Oil llV Korean wai Altai lorna controvei i. ,1!. Hvan MiicArthm natamani 'sUrectiva immedl del IU %  %  pertaining lo military %  1 %  iyin is in Japnn. Ml ha '•vision tin oloarani 1 %  liUHaj i opei %  II forma, that is. upply, trantpoi tation %  .imi adininioiiiiiKiii ,i~ %  ',11 ,irusualtleM and replaced 1 tUtg ti.nn Korea which have been leered through inn] %  ontrolled Tloli P %  %  :i Japan. s %  emanating %  nd iranarnitti %  lrolle.1 facihtn | | irirj in Korea %  t!.,, -ri-uler t. ; 1 tared tdei pro UBtTAN PEOPLE'S GOVr. FORMED NOV. 24 I.OMIUN l, .,„ I PWpll >' 111....,, .11 . I in N..v.,„i.., ., ., ttitiic ist-w china, news . %  • of TkChoofju 1 %  morning rorhet out togtrafi ..n,i ing guns 'nun warahipi %  onto %  il ( % %  KPOillKl ing the Htingnam perRorea, the Italei Nav^ ai ,. . bad been lo lanes from tra Ihroruo last on the CMt l i itrol while 1 flying imats in i med i %  %  %  tor tha aaeond I'ma In ti i again got tht bellei ol Ihe baltl'General Mai Vfthur*a Headquarters annuuii. ed in thr flrai ftghi between the % %  i • hoi down om M I Q nu TM Batbraa. Uv n tinFar Cost, mixed it with 12 Russian type %  ".,. i -i town of Sin,ii)ii in tinlateel battle Contrail broke away after iffarlng lamage the nnnounceIn nuI onni. i slight gains In a push forward .! %  Mi. of ih, Parallel points, but their attempts to advan,, were ttul I \n Ninth Korean troona rtrongl) dug In along the whole N Daua %  %  inuin Rlvi i tine, M Ih if Seoul, South Kor • % %  after .i in F.ighth Arnu nil Kon an alao m ittered %  North Kon in pati i ift 1 HI the parallel 10 muaa OUth "f Vongi hoii Renter tin, TIIF anvm-ATC Till NRTVa nine tm I.,T or Night. af THk \DV(H ATE TA\H PCM rTKWS. Deaf Mutes Burnt To Death TOKYO. Da, Ten deaf .uid dumb slude were burned to death When I razed a school today in Ofeayi Japan Damage WM esdmatetl C 10,000 <• of the fire was ItnOV 'i Reuler. '^ii HOTELS BOOKED FOR CARNIVAL PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dei 18. Many of the principal hotels in Trinidad are already booked K i.ipaclty for the Cnrnlv.u %  %  I .mns next February. Quest f-.usaa and private iHwrdnii houaea are turning down retervati ms It u reported Uigl last ('irnival soina visitors the lobby of the hotels KILLS DAUGHTER DURING DREAM MKI.I'.Ot'KSF. A woman who pleaded that she killed her 19-year-old daughter with an axe while acquitted of a murdei charge. here. The Defence had called doctors. I'-.iding psychologist and two li'.vdnalrlsU to support the likelihood that the woman. 50-year-old Mrs Cognaon. killed her daughter to whom she was greatly attached while sleep-walking One psyehiatrls' said thai the actions of the crime -getting not of bed turning on tinUgl | ling two doors, getting the axe slept iiilfn,m a woodheap, would be pureautomati' Reuler. X M A S i mi. IIA/AIIIIS %  %  %  I %  %  IK voni IHMII: lighted lights Is Donl let Cl r'ni ;."w \Vi.,M %  UM %  Truman Will Welcome Acheson WASHINGTON. Dec 20 President Truman decided today to give another demonstration of his confidence in Secretary of State Dean Acheson by meeting him late tonight al the airport on Ins return from Brussels. The White Home said that thouah Acheson 't plane would not arrive until about midnight Washington time. Truman would be present to welcome Acheson tack, from the Allantalks — Renter 1,894 Get Vaccinations Up to yesterday 1.894 people hrta any eriW-tual harrier agali %  ted at Barbados tne introduction ol of S.-I %  since a suspected case of small-pox was removed from a ship In the llai'l.otn in the isolation Hospital at Pelican Island 10 days ago. Dr O'Mahony. Director of Medical Services said: Island "I a gat. Mediae! 'mil havt been already tetablirhad Ln st ppeal to the roerabi i Other Centres bat .nmunlty to come forwan. been >i>ene.l hi the iiarlihes of n their thousands lo l brktl Church. St Lu ted. An eseellenl example hai Andrew M Joan Si Pel St George and St Philip. m , .„ l.trVa Department to the public and i! is hoped that Centres will -The response of Uu putaUe to K ,. u .. { ., .,,,.,, %  .., s.-ivaI available in all parishes within the appeal to be vaccinated at the ,,, particular To-day. the Honour various Centres which have oaen -bla Colonial Secretary. Mr R 'Do not let the Christmas holibed has been moat dlaapN, Turner, the Assistant Colonial dayi act as H deterrent to Immepointmg. This represents a very Srrretarte*. Captain G J. Bryan diate vaccination. Vaccination will populat.oii ^.nd Mr. DA. Wiles, the Aasiaurt affect your Chrislrmn I nf the parish of St Michael Th.-,int Secretary. Mr I. N Chenery lira, th*ref..iQMln Centres ar* ecnilpped to dtel with and other personnel of the Departand be vaecinated now rnt attended the vaccRiatlon Vaccination iti fr* vaccinated so far does not constiCentra at tha office of tha Dlractor protection against small-pox %  9 Keep match%  i # H I %  t within %  a> BUT m;Mi:MHi:r injLaalS YOU CAN PUT A FIRE OUT IMMEDIATELY. CALL THE FIRE BRIOAPJF fil'ARPIAN ASSHRANCi: CO LTD % %  OM, KON ft CO I,TI Broad Wt TO. Bux *:-. I



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r \'.. si\ BARB IWls ADVOCATE .IllUslMV. Ill.l I mil.B 21. !.">" HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKFY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY TV9 19 vs ~A.-."TCENSV *>-v '" ONDIE WORKING U a SLAVE ON II J BY CHIC YOUNG THEO L ., t i 'MfrV 'VoO CAN'T MAT |T*i fMPATlN* ij^r s STUP.0 NOT ro 'tntkH IT L.W iTVUN VOOQ PO--WR TO MAKfr TUiki TUT WAY IHft-r VOU WANT TUfrM TO TttfrM It', JUtT A i /3aMy &pp-&6i+—THE LONE RANGER %  or BY FRANK STRIKER TVC5C sur AIL RIGHT ru v %  "uos: ,.A', IAKI '..! [*i 1 fttfKTOMRPECK BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS Juitsfc. ... ON TMAT **HI ALL TVC 1 A\ <" Lt'T US OUT' BY ALEX RAYMOND THE PHANTOM r, | < %  .. 1 ir.| fi wme wev MSUEJIIL BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES vwncetiPSM MM ;SIWI STHKING IN MNStE FASHION UNTIL Hepiuina rue peer. • A TOAST TO YOUR HEALTH!! z,#r TONIC WINE WIHTCAMIS ASSIST YOU TO GUARD IT. BUY A BOTTLE TO-DAY. < "I'M IIOIII , Black Magic Chocolates aH HJ) s4J)i Black Magic Chocolates (1 lb) 2.04 Dairy Box Chocolates 1.88 Turkish Delight .98 Rowntreos Chocolates 2.09 Mems Favourite Candies $1.85 |.02 Tories S .96 S .80 .67 Barley Sugar S .98 .56 HSIMI.IS and •Irllir* Birds' Custard Powder $ .38 Chlvers Cuslard Powder .53, .30 Chlvers T. lollios .... .22 Chlvers f.-!Iy Cream. .20 Hartley's Jelly Crystals .20 Monk & Glass Jelly Crystals 19 Monk & Glass Blanc Mange Powder .24 Birds' Blanc Mange Powder %  38 AUSTRALIAN LEG HAMS, lh Sl.l CANAIIIAN HAMS, lh II I'l AUSTRALIAN PRIME BEEF, including Hoast. Steak. Slew I.AMII: Shoulders. Lens, Clinps CHDICE SALT BEEF PORK BACK BACON, Sliced per lb SI3S APPLES • .11111..I I 1 nil Peachos S .70 .37 Apricots 121) 62 Apricots lib 33 Grapes .33 Pineapple f .42 .36 Prunes 70 Fruit Salad $ .96 Pears 12,1 .SO 11 %  ins of Illll'I'l'Sl I'M \ lllils Boxes Xmas Crackers Fruit Mix: $ .36 Datei 17 Walnuts (per lb) Filbert Nuts (per lb) Xmas Cakes 4 DM .'.76: 2 lbs 3.10 Mince Meat 61 .Sultanas (1 lb) ** lliscnils Peek Frecms Playbox Biscuits $1.20 Peek Freans Cheeselets 1.24 Peek Freans Martini Crackers 1.64 Jacobs Carnival Ass: Biscuits 1,58 Jacobs Variety Biscuits 2.14 Jacobs Popular Assorted Biscuits 2.06 Crawford Club Cheese Straws 83 Crawford Shortbread Biscuits $1.20, 1.29 Canned Y'getablr Dutch Carrots S .36 Dutch Sourcraut .28 Asparagus Tips .85 Dutch Pete) Pols (Extra Fine) 56 Dutch Petet Pou Tin. Fine) .50 Mushrooms ... S .54 .75 Sweet Corn M Tomato** .3$ l.iqm-rs. Wiius. Kir. Drambuie Green Chartreuse D. O. M. (•obeys Empire Port Paarl Tawny Port Oloroso Sherry Ciordon's Gin Martini Vermouth se.oo 7.50 5.76 S2.S2 1.02 .ttrf —c Ksm



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PACE FOlll BARBADOS ADVOCAtr THVRSDAY, DBCEMBF.n 21, M BARBADOS Am r OGtfE Thursday. December 21. I95U ARI'BA THE drive to encourage tourists from Europe. Canada and ihe Uniu-d on throughout Ihe Caribbean. Luxury hoiels. holiday camps, special entertainment cruises and other devices have been adopted in order to attract people to spend iheir summi-r and winter holidays in the West Indies. Each colony vies with the other and competition is very fierce The need to earn dollars has made it so. It is useless to make these lavish preparations and then hesitate to tell the people whom we want to visit us what is being done for their comfort and enjoyment. A new brochure advertising Aruba. Netherlands West Indies, has been sent to the office of this newspaper and it || eloax that when the potential tourist reads of the things which Aruba has to offer his first impulse will be to book an early passage there. The beaches, businesses. and "beauties" find places beside the more sedate church and hospital. In addition to all this there is a lovely map of the island and aerial views of the city. The Barbados Publicity Committee have announced their intention to produce a new brochure advertising Barbados and it is well that a map of the West Indies showing the position of Barbados will be included among the other illustrations. The new brochure makes improvements on former attempts. Barbados has much by way of natural beauty to offer the tourist from Europe or the United States and Venezuela, but it is no use having things to offer without letting the stranger know. Encouraging tourists is good business and there is no form of business which can thrive without proper advertising. If then tourism is good business it must be treated in the way all other forms of good business are treated. The potential visitor must be told of the good things in Barbados: he must be told in the hotels, on the street, on the ship, in the plane and in his newspaper. The appeal is different in each case but it must be directed towards tinsame object. The people of Aruba have found this out, and their brochure combines useful information with illustrations of the beautv of their island. Carte THIRTY-FIVE years ago Barbados could not boast of 300 motor vehicles and the Legislature in its wisdom then provided that vehicles of burden should be confined to the less busy streets of Bridgetown Animal drawn vehicles and handcarts were only allowed to pass through Broad Street at certain specified times in the forenoon and again in the evening. That provision has not been changed since. To-day there are about eight thousand motor vehicles in*Barbados with 2,000 in St. Michael and another thousand in Christ Church being used for private and taxi services. The number of bicycles has increased until the number in St. Michael now reaches nearly 10,000. The time has come when slow moving vehicles of burden should be kept out of the more busy thoroughfares, at least during the hours of business They should be restricted to the wharf and streets outside the immediate city. Handcarts managed by three men and with several thousand pounds of goods atop and with the wheels sinking in the asphalt surface interrupt unnecessarily the free flow of traffic. For several months some of the 'buses have been prevented from passing through Broad Street because it was felt that they would impede the flow of traffic. If this argument can be used against buses then it is even a stronger argument against handcarts and animal drawn vehicles. rmv no IT .UJ.U K ANB ACAI X (an Europe Arm In Time' foa. SAC* oTKcf.. j-s^y; Economic* i On cl it ions Come First Advire To Colonial Trad*In ions I ii.in Our London torrripundrnl LONDON. Colonial trade union* should ooucentrata not ->II poUtica, but first on the improvement of economic conditions. Thai M stressed by Mr Andrew Dalglelsh a leading figure in the Brfttt T.U.C.. whin ba members of ihe Colonial group of the British Empm MM wk %  unions would command a greater influence in Uie affairs of then He did not %  participation ol brad* unions In < should evolve with the organizations and growth of responsible leadership m (he unions. Too much should not be exr l colonial trade union* nil Until 1930. Labour legislation %  •. %  lour British tan British Guiana, Malts. Northern Rhodesia and Hong Kong — but there h:<* been n remarkable change since I94U when me Colonial Development and Wll" fnre Act was pasted This Act thai the Secretary of State for Ihe Colonies should satisfy himself thai (air GOndltLoni of labour existed in the dtVtlopmont projects on which the grant was used. In Nigeria now thenwere 130 registered trade unions while the which had no trade 1841. had 40. was voled for the benefit of colonial trade unions. A number of colonial trade unionist* were either taking fulltime courses in Britain or came on educational tours to tee British trade unions ai work. But ihe education of a few VSI not enough. Much more must be done in the colonies themselves A possible way out in West Africa was the proposal to open a Ruskin type of workers enHaffkl at Xbadan in Nigeria. In almost every colony, he remarked, there was a Laboui department with laibour Advisers to help and advise m Uie successful running of unions. In fact, labour legislation in mir.y places was ahead of the needs of labour. Thenwas still some difficulty in the recognition of trade unions by employers. In many instances, demands of unions were either fantastic or crudely put. but employers couid do %  lot more to avoid biilcines* and misnuilersianiling by taking imh settlement baton the ritual Mil of l.und It M justifiable. for employers lo expect Incn I M productivity, hut there again, the question hinged on education and the training of responsible union leaders, higher post* for the local inhabitants. better houses and wages ind the cultivation of a feeling of partnership. Ih-.iiing with the education of In development protects trade %  r ionIls and 'he help unions should not be ignored. given by Britain. Mr Ilalidcish although they could not wield as pointed oul that at the 1050 Trade much power as Britain Union Congress, a sum of f37.O00 Frustration and dssMtJ m the oolonil I .tused by the feeling of mdigcnous Inhabitant* that their miseries an. woes were due lo tinunder alien rule and thai Ue* troubles would cease if that yok. was removed. 1: both for the colonies thcmselvv and Britain, that thai and suspicion should be remove by taking the people — the inilHatnuTa La pat tkulai u b confidence He had heard II aald hy many distinguished colonial people, in • eluding lawyers, doctors and ,-vn a university professor, that they were more honoured in olher countries than In Britain. Thai was not good enough. should be remembered. warned, that one foolish and tactlrss get on %  fthar side woul" lead to repercussions on the QUWI • I the need for tad an< !.ling on Imih sides. Mr. Dalglclsh, Who has been n tni-mber of the Killlsh T.U.C. for some thirty years, confine* his references to Africa, bacaun i.'.". 1 of conditions there was "lore person ; %  than in any other territory. He had visited Northern Rhod twice — once as the chain of a commission .which reported mi Labour conditions m Copper belt. A rnssnisM si BM U OOBBBBI 0 which ei iiuned into the i!>4ti duturbanc in Uie Gold Coast, he has just returned frorn. Wgrnria after serving on Uie committee appointe-l by the Secretary of Slate for khfJ colonies to ndvbl;inlig —The Advent in < % Off A Reluctant Out-Off-Date MAUIHE I.1TT1.K HAM1TON ihe under-privileged %  riMocrec* who. m order to i ireustoined style hfl an III aii-iiMiuiied world, soil lliiir liiiHeis in i getting them Mlstd enough, conduct billri |> J i.e-.ulling wais with ncitdibnuisover the rules ot admission to stately homes, ufv' Miutrlly MpoM Hums Ives to the United Slates beton the flood of cheap foreign roiintesses can spoil that market. Through Osbert Lancaster'!' pocket cartoons every Daily Express reader knows her trials — her wooing ol elderly ambassadors for their diplomatic peliol. the hardship of having a politically minded cook (Well, dsr. i ,-\[. t vnu'd %  % %  : (Iii of time in the Itiiz nowadays if your cook wengallantta eonbMUng i Ton %  tronghold ), bet lurtlnh i rl to protnoto Anglo-Ai i %  ill '"What I cani" fM %  tnJghl about your I ivii War colonel. Is whethi %  :' Washington was on Abraham Lincoln', rida or Vivien i gh1 i Those who do know her Uld have 8s. 6d. to sp.iic rU1 without further recommendation from me at once buy Osbert Lancaster's "album". "Facades and Paces.' published to-day by John Murrayand in doing so they will buy something even mole lU'lightful '.ban Muiidie New Satire For although Lancaster makes i Maudle's eyes protrude on about half the pages, he uses the other By J.P. W. MaUaiicu M.P. half of the album to produce what i think is an entirely new :orm of satire. U is called Afternoons with n.icdeker. KKII "afternoon" consists In |: LI N II( ,i double %  % %  ..POCKST CARTOON •f 09UBHT LAKCAtTBR 'Darling do fain* of -on. OM %  * TiaUn loath* whom Jennifer oat, make a Chrut mat pretent for la her hnnaicraftt rtiui / %  which, though imaginary, epitomises a place—the wealthier part Of Manhattan, the DtOISJ deadly part of a French town, the more portentous part of a Bavarian i state But the drawing* are not left to themselves. Each |p j'.aied by BOnM %  from the combination of verse and drawing thai the full satin emerges. Just once the satire is savage itua of an Irish-looking iKvne m Grecian robes standing III %  h. ."I l.-v blackened sky Is accompanied by thu vi i The diiliuu AV|JurHcs are not so' rctnole Nor Ctesipiwn at ultimately dead AM this damp square round kvMcn fired echoes "<-at Of something brilliant fhaf Ceorijc Mimrr once said; Where, xtill, in pitch-pine snuffx lalr poetf nuotCfc Vcrte* rejected by the Bodies Head. For in This drained aquarium HO %  Deposit! poUa-g from 7iiore fertile shores Or kills Uie smell of long MSB. opened drawers Thar rIinos for ever to thendripping trees. Good (h ii nee In his preface Lancaster hopes while his landscapes may be thought by the hypercritical b fall a little short of Turner's, that the accompanying stanzas may not be deemed invariably to fall below the level of Turner's p. i ms. I have never heard of Turnerpoems. But I think that Lanitire has a go., i of lasting as long as Turner's landscape^.—L I. 8. Oar II. ad. rs Say : Jfusic To The Editor, The AdvocateSir, —The Trinidad and Tobago Steclband Association wish the people of Barbados a happy Christmas and a piospcroui New Year. I am of the opinion that the ptesence of a group of youngsters from our Association, under the guidance of a very dynamic social worker. Mrs. Violet Thrope, wOi lend a hand in their own inimitable manner In bruiging %  novel touch to your Yulelide festivities. In Trinidad, thanks lo the Youth Council and the Government Sieelband Committee we" have done much to set the "steclband" oil the road lo playing its full rl m Wam 1 %  oiiture. We have bwn bcet v.ith many diflicultics in gaining social acceptance for this art-form and w.' look forward to thl our Juniors to youi shores with anxiety and hope. 1'arbados U famous for its srstloanM and hospitality and we Muni you that young; pioneering will delight and inbrig the captivating melod. they produce with their instwinents — Instruments born ot necessity to fill tthf in'l i' urge of the West Indies 10 produce music. CARLYLE PETER KERR Trinidad and Tobago Sti-elband Association. Coconte Youlh Centre Peeember 12. 1950. Social Work Appeal To The Editor, The Adeocoie— Sir The Arm Annual SMial \Hil I* lo provide CTirl-lmji' Chevr parcl foi |-ior faiTUlln and traaU rluldrm and to *!%  inr Boolal Wnrk |fl)|rimm durtns 'SoD Th Appoal ekakM on BoUirdatr. Orc-vibrr XSro r..rth donation, in eaah. (ood or Clolhlfts ar Mrnll wllfill nonaHone ahould be addr<-rtl lo TTIS-.lvMioi> Army. P O. Bos ST. ii'UtsrInwn II unable lo aand >'olr et. i **tT and an Ofllclol Colteri... ll< call. !• %  .-. sttr --i %  ledited IM i m a w W. G Evolyn 5 00 J.M>" Jonea A Co. ft flu J* or Jones Oarafw >0 w c I nil Co 10 on Wilhmwn Si Ha. VIIP. Co. IM ft •> ,1 M Jonea Co. Lid J.oo Ii-peiial Optical Co 9 OS Mirkl*Mn' Depot 3 O0 s-iupplns Service 2,90 CWttBB Gar*** • :. i %  ; I „ll %  I LM .. Sft SO A Parcel ol CKIIdren*. rUMKInf •• k-lrfall. H -kinm ledfed from the Si Mk-hael-* tilrta School, abo GUI. IK -.ii < Irom the lollowlihf — Cll Crown Mineral Waler Ct. H.mrtetd Scot! A Co. Gill' ..tid John Gill A Co OravPM Tu The Editor, The Advocate— Sir.—I have read in Advooat* Uiat once again the indent and Treasurer ol tbUTJ Cenietrry is appeanh| to owners of graves to na\e thi-iu clessMd up tor thf i onlas] Fa ttval I wonder if it would be asklnn rmeh of thl gentleman If-ho would in tun have thc> Westbui'. cleaned up for the %  onnnn festival of those ehlldrt Q^MBt the cciuetery and •leal the tlowers as soon M thny I I on graves. H.I V. Chritlmaa 1,'AMT To The Editor. The Advocate SIR,—Please grant us space to return thanks for the following further very* wsuUOma do The lion: H. A. Cuke .... 9 6.00 r^o ootintn rriand M BO Mr. St Claii Hi ;, ni T.C.H. $2.00: H Q.H. 20 3 20 Miss P. Smith .... 60 Mr and Mrs. E. P Skeat L'.uo K.D. 61.00; Miss II. Skinier ; M Mr. and Mrs. E. T. I)a\ A Friend (W) 2.48 ftfattra Thani Bros, land clothing) I0.no A Friend (F Hi 3.00 Mr. D. F. de Abreu t.M • l %  (S.H ) ... 10.00 Mlaa Kcllman I KH A rriand (Ml 5.00 Total to date S1?T20. May I I .iny subscribers ; and find lO at the I 1 n 111, th*-\ J R r CB Doetnber IB. By Kmiisbnr* Sinilli (Ktiropean (iem-ral ManaKer 1.N.S.I PARIS. Dec. 15. Russia is t-ni;aed to-day in military pre'i.i'r: than was Adolph rtod World War II. Q Intelligence repurts show that Russia is not only strengthening her own massive military machine but is steadily umiru Eastern Gtrmajny and other Satellite Also thew reports indicate that the COfiV inunist bloc troops jre being armed and tratMd nffensively rather than defensively. IU.W has mure troops under armr %  Hoi more combat planes in active HTVica han Hitler had when the Nazi armies over r.in Western Europe in 1940. Hitler in that campaign had available 130 Utd ;ipproximately 4.000 frnnt-line combat p Russia is credited by Western \sith baviofl 175 active diviitoni ind II least 19.000 combat planes. Hit Allirnl Forces which Hitler overran Waoteni Europe included 100 French 22 Belgian, 11 British and 12 'Hitch Divisions. To-day liaise same Western Allied Powers 1 %  1 % %  nlable for defence less than 10 ii visions—weakly-equipped and mostly der manned. With more than 2.000,000 men already on active duty, Russia is considered capable of putting 300 divisions in the field within 60 days and 500 divisions within a few months ifter full mobilization. Russia's manpower pool of trained reserves is reported to total 12 million men. RUSMU'S Navy is being built up on a scale never before known, concentrating mostly on submarines It is estimated Rufttft Will have 1.000 submarines by late next year. These include long-range craft capable of operating across oceans and also "pocketsubs" which can be launched from mother surface ships. The latter are believed to be similar in type but much more modern than those the Japanese used in attacking Pearl Harbor. Other Soviet Naval programme details in; chide: Reported construction of two 20.000lon aircraft carriers (it has one 23,000-ton carrier); five new 35,000-ton battleships, two leporu-dly completed. Also Russia is believed to be completing two new 8.800-ton cniaian to glva the navy a total of seven lust ships of this class. Modern tanks are reported rolling off Russian assembly lines at a rate of 3,000 yearly. Western Defence Chiefs estimate the Soviets have a total of 40,000 tanks, of which 12,000 are front-line machines and the real 111 Raaerve Twenty per cent ol these are believed to be heavy ones of 50 to 70 tons. Russia also is believed to be producing five difltrtmt types of Jet planes at %  combined rate of 2,000 yearly. Some of thtse are considered to be us good us anything produced by Ihe Western Allies. Russia also is building up Satellite fighting forces in Lastern Europe. These forces are estimated at more than 500,000 men at the moment. These are trained in Russian attack methods, the same disregard for losses lhat characterized Soviet operations in World War II. Former Czechoslovakia!! officers who fled to the West, report their country's army was switched from a defensive to an offensive instrument shortly after the communist coup d'etat "arly in 1948 Poland is the most striking example of how the Satellites are being militarily sovietlud. The Polish army has been put under supreme command of Russian Marshal K K. RotTONOvalry and ii now estimated to number more than 350,000 men with a Urge! goal of 700,000 by 1952 reportedly being set. Poland's army budget was doubled this year compared to 1949 Military Service •arms wenlengthened from 24 to 27 months and lo throe years in the Air Force and Navy. For the first time in Poland's history women are being conscripted for military service. Regular military training for all men up to 50 is imminent. Since Marshal Rokossjvsky took over a year ago nearly 300 Poiiuli Officers have been j dismissed and replaced by Russians and Poles trained in Soviet Military Academies. Similar Sovietization of the Bulgarian. Rumanian and Hungarian Armies is being carried out as Russia arms itself and its puppet states. The purposes of these communist moves are known only lo the Kremlin's rulers. But to Western leaders the threat of an eventual Russian at aek on the West is all too clear Can Western Europe arm in time against this threat? At the moment Western defences are very feeble. Even "on paper'' the proposed Atlantic Alliance Army will number only 40 to 50 divisions against the massive communist-bloc armies. And the plan calls for three years even to complete that number. n loaders are thinking in terms of Dumber of highly mobile divisions be%  1 poarible World War 111. And bankim: on reported American In atomic wetpons to deter the Muck in the (near future— I.N.S. D V. SCOTT 6t CO., LTD. TO-DAY'S SPECIALS at THF COl-ONNADE Tins SELECT P. MILK Tins IIATCIILLOK PIAfl Hollies MrEWANS BEtK Lually .KX M .2li .23 .20 BRIGHTEN up for CHRISTMAS H> Have ... PAINTS and KNAMELS— in all sli.nl,-. VARNISHES and STAINS OILS and POLISHES BKLSJIES—all sins and many ulhrr llems tu Brighten up your Home. BIIKI..-U. & II.w M:S Succetsors T C. S. PITCHER & PHONES 4472 and 4687 With RANSOMES LAWN MOWERS WOW'S THE TiME TO SELECT YOI7HS. DA COSTA JUST IN TIME... FOR THE COMING SEASON OJiL&on Tin {t'i '• IN A VARIETY OF! STYLES AND COLOURS Make your Selection now from DA COSTA & CO. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPT. at thin LIST unit PUOXE TO-OXY MAKE IT A HAPPY XMAS HAMS -\>i'l Jll.'illiAveragt* 711 'i %  | |a J LIQUOR DEPT. Gol.i Braid Rum (3 yrs. old. Top Notch Rum PrunifT Hranriv '. Ois. & Pis Rhine \\ Sandeman Wines Tuborg Beer SOUDA CHEESE FRUIT CAKES For Xmci Presents MEAT DEPT. Turkeys. Ducks, Chickens. Rabbits, Fnwon Red Salmon. Turtle Steak and Soup, Red Fresh Vegetable*. 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THIKSIUY IIHIMIIIK !1. ISM R.IKHAIKIS AllMK \TI r\GT. SI VIA CLASSIFIED ADS. mtPHONI 2SOa THANKS • thu OPWI U ILIV u return i*li who -IRiJul Ihe f -eral. wM leiler.. rard" m - Ralph B-rd F*B RENT HOUSES BUNGALOW Hem ly ftltuated .it Hoad Apply Telephone 4141 Srs SI, n. Black Hock. From Tor Mrmn particular, t A Browne. Black Rock nAT At Sea VktW, Vpper Bay 1 W M B %  Mansion Prom :t Januais apply Ml premise* atSMi-t.fr IM Hill \OTII>S NOTICE ?**** *>•* HAUiT JOBS VAf-CINATINO CENTRTK Vllta Nov. PM.O-* Realdonee Kb. n ..„ Oasohne Station. Pour RoMS. Alrnahoue PMO'I Office. Codrtngton College Mr. B. I_ Bo aids rice. Uwiih Street "'l'"'' School. Near HHHMM _. B. 8. PRASBH. clerk. CrurnnBMuaiMi of Hoolin 91. John. Iff ISM n Barro* GOVER NMENT N OTICE POST OFFICE NOTICE PARCELS Parcel Delivery Notices in respect of ail parcels received here up to Friday. 15th December, have been (taued and more recent %  Jrc| itiaila are being dealt with. In order to expedite dellvertct the Parcel Port, Wharf, mil open up to S p.m. on Thursday and Friday Holders of Notices are asked to co-operale with the Department by taking delivery of their parcels without delay General Post Office, lath December. 1P50 20.1." SHIPPING NOTICES CARS IfttS Model i %  IK iwrit and IMS q A-1 condition 11... St..-el SO %  *•!, IX) DRKAMS COME TRUBT II ,11 d.. pend* on you. It depend, on whether in. *.jpe manual autborltlr* (rri that you %  > %  o dearrvlng per-in If you won! lo know mote about It conoult your Frfir* Godmother Writ* to your Fairy Godmother In care ol PO Don lOB. BrMgo. -*"•.?* * !" BU h **""* %  *'" Ml Clly. USA For quick remit, better .Tir tO P.O. Box IM IIr.dr.to-T, IT.Hjtt BX ZBAi-AMD IAWB LIMIHD MANZ I.IMX, US "TONOARIBOi. •ched.uled to %  al Adelaide January th. Molboumo January Itih. Bnabane January STth. Svdney Fohruary Tlh Arriving at Trinidad fin! h.lf March. IM1 Barbados Mid March. IMI. Thia VOuri|i f Dominica Antigua. Monlarrtai Nrvi>. and St Kim, Soilmi Pri day Sih Jamiarv IBS' B.W.I. sniUONKR OWNERS ASSOCIATION Ine Telephone: 4947 USE RAZOL POMADE a> your HAl ing It strslgntens UM hair, and rids the scalp of dandruff USE RAZOL Pomade as directed, ana you net startling lesulls. without diftreasing your pocket. DsstrlbwMfs: THE FJOatNN n\\ RIM 00 TRUCKS — Two U Truck, with pnnjanauc tyroa. each for cartitm i ty Tractor Can bo ( i at Founu rectory Lid. Apply lo Manafor. W 1MB B I Fouraauari FLKCTKRAL BATtaVn gond order lo Kordr S3 RTtw %  If W.ll BjllMV rBlatKATOR on* Wo %  %  Coidap.il KadrlferMdi r i" iood worklna* order BMB Cat %  : %  %  In .1 MISCELLANEOUS NOTICE •N i HSM U %  P OOOOING. %  1 ANTtQlMl Of every doerrtpix>n Claao. China, old Jewel.. (Ine Silver Watercolouri Early booki. Maps Autogiaph. etc at OorTtnioi Antique aVaop adwinlnf Royal Yacht Club ISSO-t f %  HOOKS! Tuck. Am %  111 for It V. I.--.. \t.u,, iiol a w RARBAlXiel ANNUAL REVmW-Onfc cmn ropio. Ifi for local circuUuoi Buy now. 3 earn from ACH-ocaie am Robert* Stationery. Wootherhead Hid roorr.npolltan Drug Store.. SO 12.90 -an. rlRFAKlA'.r ft DINNER BBTg New ilock. of alli.,.li>e Earthen.ne enable ... lo offer BARGAINS l|i BreakfaM ft Dinner Bet. 41 piece ftrcikfa.it I-eU priced aa low ^. tlses. Additional Pteco* available. Dial UK Q W. IfulcMnaoii ft Co. Ltd. %  tm if %  COAT—One Oentle In excel lent food it In E-Uhiii 5M or H:I. 2012* -UJ CXY1A1N FtBHIl-FlnQuality Cnvlon Flraro lii.t received. ThU Flbro 1< el mlt und apriiio Price M cent* pound. Dial SU G. W. Hutchlnar Co, Ltd. 1SI190— l CORK TAili-fc MATS (;ilt p..rl,„ a r%  I Cork Table Mai. In a yarlet. ol r-irni and ahapw. Priced .it • 44 warda Tlie-e ceHopbano wrapped < Mat Seta make an AltracL.r Gift DUl 4231 G. W. Hutchinaon ft Co. Ltd. 19.1IMV < IHUr.O FRUIT Hilnn.. Pninea. r. nta. Date-. Figs, mixed Pool. I ..rid pachafea alao Glaced Cherrlea loo e DUl Staff W. M. Forde. IB R'buck St 3 IB !i. GLASS .Sparkle Glaiand roffula 1 window ilosi to fill oil need*, available now. We .upply ," Plalo Glaii for %  how MMS and alto extra lorse pane. i.p to 4 Inch Ihlck DUl 1233. O. W. Hulchlnaon ft Co. 1-ld. miaUW-ilW ODTS-For the entire family ravlnia. Chriitmaa Glfl paokages. • very packare valued up lo ft . aale rrnta. The Modern Drea' prtcoa al your grower. Tlrtl bonr Jom 44c. per 1 lb. Koutona Drtnklni ChoroUt. ', lb. lin. Doru-IU "ull Cre food %  MM per 1 lb lalQl'OR LICENSE NOTICE The application of Noima Rdm -v DI DoUmerr Land SI Mk-h. t | !„, perm.. %  ton to aall Bplrtla. Mall Uquotf. ftc %  a board and ariuutl, ,h„p attocUed to ^l^f*^' H? ,n r L nd %  ""IchaH Daiad ||U>| gth cut, of December. ISfo To F A M.lftJD EM. Police Matrlalrato, pW "_SUned NORMA RAMSAY N 11 Thia appllcaim,, w m"^*r!, .Idered al a Ijcen.n.^ i t Polieo Court. Duirlci -A the SSth day of Derwnher 1W0 ( II o'clock am W/Zfeyq SisantAhipCo. NEW YORK SIIVICS I* C G Thulin ull. 1.1 December arrive. Barbodoa 13th Deecmber. *'S Byllord noil. SXnd Decen.bar-aiiivoa Barbodoa l.t January. NSW ORLSAMS SSbVSCB lEal uiled 23rd November -amvet Baibadoa Tth Decombor. A aieamer tall. Tlh December—arrtvoa n*rDadoa Slat Decomtwt December arrive Rjrbado %  tth January. uarv arrive* Barbodoa ITth January. V. ML l. C. TO-NIGHT al Ihr AMATEIRS PERNIMAMT. at S.2t pin. ( .1.1.1 .linthe Minnlns of the Inter < rtrkel A B^kel-flaJI I ui AM. MEMBHf.. 1IH "t IHII. 1>S Gloria Stvanson Hest Actress FOk 1950 M roue m IBthan lilm n %  DM Na . iitumsHtii i in IUC9 to rvr u turc public I He lslan.1". 'Whisk1 .* CJalorr'". w.l Tbi Thiu Man" •hlrd ptl %  in the "fore I Lllg "K. %  HI m in* mr HtwdtOI "'c n>i ol Amer; Bouatvutl tai >, an \!1 •.bOUl rvr A*phnli Jimnlo.' "The Men ,i -Ecuw ..( Doom," Twelve 0'cl(>_.<' pgnic m the Slreets\ %  '• rtcrac." "Ni Out." and st.i^,Freight ItBtsjaity I Mr Assaciation rhoirs aa W latod to the Col ,t. caaMla Aaaas-tall'in arwaa A to note that tfto rlain date 1 nw for Ihe New \ear Itav r^ [at al Konatnattwi Oval i. Thui ... Doeomber JB I I W PLAN! WITH 31 MISSING TOKYO "• An AjnretcBn Air Force tron*( port plane wilh a; Mopla oil I..ii,l WHS rcptnlwl missing to%  and IIM PtllUpDines Keuter tmnat The WOMEN'S SELE IIHI' will be closed on THIRSDAY. tlat, al 13 a.m gnd will he D| SATX'RDAY %  <•* until J.3 o clock on are also gal D> i.thai we will NOT be paying anv money oa wauuftV. ttnd. Dae., but -ill pay .... .\ on FRIDAY, lath ii— A Steamer %  alii SIM II Tit BO I Nil CANADIAN HVICE NOBTglBOtrNB l-IQUOR UCENSE NOTICE The application of Rubv lanihe Pam. nl crichlow Allrv llridteu.Hii to, pe. miauon to aell Spirit.. Molt LtQuura ftc >l a wall and wooden bulktlnfl a t crrrf InvAllov. KoelxKk Sire" Hrloietim Pnled IM 2Dth dav of Dscernbor, 1M<) To H A TALMA. Koq Police MaiUtrate. Dirt "A Signed W1NFIELD PAHRI.S _ for Apptlr-.nl N B -Thia application wll' be randered at Ueomliui Court lo he p()M I Police Conn ni-ini* A on Tueodav M 2nd day of J.i. n ,ar.. |-, M It A TALMA. Police Mi:ilr.l, D. I A M maa i,, TAKE NOTICE 'at THE F1.0R8HEIM SHOT Una under the lawa of trie Slat Casial .Sir. Slale* of A_ bualnra. addiftaa la I3 Nni.ih oot, City of Chicago. State of %  c-ned State, of Alur.l,.. lr..iT„ rea-talratHin The trade mark ran bo ppltcatloii it my ofRco. thi. soth 1.. .,t iv.. i,. Dot en II. WtaaUAMI T, -I. l i 21 OSO TAKE NOTICE Thnl STANDARD BrlANTaS INCOB I-'JIIATKIJ. a cotnoration nncaniaod anr r-i linn uder the law. of the Stale o Delaware, v. hose Utilr or hiialneaa ffat. %  *j % %  Avenue. New York. New York I..dm* ... MiH.uU.ti.rer for Ihe refittralion of %  P..rt 'A" of i(. . i. with Ml kindof fooda nf li*d. and will I* r.,1 haa applied trorto mark ... i,.%  • in.%  a i 0-i CROCF.RY ITEMS -Bwoot Bloruiti. large aa ortmenl cocktail blarulu. and olher klnda. boea ol cholocale.. PoU. ketchup, hotpickle., bota olire*. rerooH. W A Modford. Pr Wm RanTJI Street 20'iao-tn day ol Drrrihber IBM Mperkon Shall in Ihe mean tit lice in duplicate lo mo at m oppo-lllon M Ouch rogt.1 ratio k-oo Polar!." Arrive. Barlndu. lath Doeember. ST John. N b ....: H.lilaK. N S ROBERT THOM LTD.—New York and Uulf larrlca. Apply: DA0ORTA ft CO.. LTD-^aiuaollaii Baarlca. WA.VTKB HELP I ITS EASY Cooking foi MISCELLANEOUS JTLESdEN wilh capital would ENTLEMBN Riperirnced In C Mid Hole I management oook* p>-n R.-rbadoa In -Lniilm ...i>;lt> Bo. > Advocate Co. ia.11.90 I'l.IISON VI The public ore here tiimi credit to n. WELCH -nee Alleynei %  nysolf rooponuble i. Mae i .tne i by l aaVT.' Mgued RYRON wr.lill. IMIIIH SAI I s AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER Challel Dwelling House ronafatlng ol Front Houar Iff x U uilh ILirk Ho.'hS4 %  %  and >hed 24 s I wilh oil out Offers. Olid the land tlwrran i uiilalnlnt* SaiS sq.urr feel .ituale.l ..I I illVi'lage. SI Jitnc Inspection any ila> on appllcallon to thr tetiaot Hi M..ri.The above will be lb. fo a lbs each Tinned Fruit Jams and Jellies. Tinned Pea.. boU charrio-. peeks raisins, curr-m* w A Medf.ml Pi %  no Btrwtl soissa-tn. GROCERY ITEMS Champaiie. Shorriei. Brandy. Whiak,^. Liqueur', while VBM* spaikling Burnundr. Ports. Boor. Stout. Vermouth W A Medfort Pr. Wm Henry Street SO II 9b -on H"'sniui.;i .leaitipin.il OtP street Di-i 32P %  IHIIHMII al a n T Allder. R.buc 21 ixaaa HAMS—Cooked hainr in Hi.. Sth. U HJI. m tiru I rh Una Canadban Pic nloo II lh to B lb M IS* per lb DUl MM W M Foidr. 39 B'buck St 2n 11 90 In BTBRMZ GOt.DSl.-Vecetablr Soup. T" ma to Soup. (Is Ull Soup, cram of Mushroom. Chicken Soup Baked Hean.. Sn-nhetll A Macaroni. Malt Vine [..r and Tomato Ketchup Dial MBS W. M Forde. 38 R'buck SI SO IS S0-2o ItUL'SEHOI.D ITEMS Large Blank*!. Babv BlanbeU. Bed Sheota. Table CVjlha, Napkins. ala Towel* Halh Tosrols. Yellow Duster* The Modem Dress Shoppe IB lg aft-ftn. 'V ill December II WUJ.LAMS. of Trade Marka. SI '2 *• Jn TAKE NOTICE at Matthew Rudolph OonuKe. •h Subject trailing under Ihe ftrm ol Thr Elite Shut Fact %  rhtTM iiada or bu.lnesa ^dcue.. i. 3* Richmond Street. City of Port Spain. Island of Trinidad. Hruun V indMa. haa applied for Ihe itglatra of a trade, mark m Part "A'" of Real in oonnoclioii with article, of (loth .and will be aiilltlod lo r-.i-W mw after one month from 21.1 day of Dec om her II* ur •nine nenon .hall In Ihe meant line ( iwtice In duplicate b mr it my o of opposition o( tuch regwnstion i..irte mark call be *een on appli. %  .i my irfrke Dated Ihl. Mlh day of Dooember. |gM H.iii-V WUJ.IAMci i i..i. in u II 'gao-li JUST Rcceivad Letter .lie and Pool* rip Filing Folders Phone T. Cedar. Orsrit Ltd. 4443 l!Ba-n. Abdulla CHoretles Virllnlr Ho. t *Fs. Egyptton No IS. . b lOBs and Turkish Nb It. Ml-, ft l.lqUEtnW-See us !' %  Mnnthe. a ua sts—ti Pi atal'. •*_ C 'V* ilOrshge La ego bolil" IS •atuHI ^ no not be sketnicsi ol the a/uanty a i i ihe price Drop in and loose witiw* '"ioJSJ OAT mejaaoa UD. LADIES' Embroider*! Anglo lie )*outiful dedgns and colour. Ps_0faa> *d aa-aln for you Vaa' (is PT Wm Henry St Dial 24M I TIIAM 51 .... and Swar. it iisa-if n NYI"'riew *hodes. price* rantm* Wit and BIS The Mo anoppe r. K rrirTFF *>e^ shiom M ihe hands ol 1 TAKE NOTICE That MATTHEW Kr:.il.H! OON1VEB trading gflder the .. Ir ..i dim The Elite Shirt Factory, a British Subject, whoae trade or buMnee addrea. No M Richmond Street Citr of l-of-Bpaln. laland of Trinidad. Hritl>% Weat Indie. h applied fur Ihe reglalr .of trade n-rk In Part 'A" of Hal day ol ftoeomber IM not Ira In duplicate lo mo at nf oppmllion nf M trade mark ran he J( m, office D..t-d nil SOIh 0.v o( Drrrmh n H WnjlAMS. RegLtrn. of Trule M.i BY piiiiin competition ot nur orltce .'.meStreet, on Friday the od da Decrnilirr IBIW at 2 p m. Chattel uwelling houae together with S rood. 'i peirhei of land an whlih the some uind* .lluate at Welchnian Hall malt oad. In tho panah ol HI Thomai. lh* property of Edwin A Holder Fur further particular, and coudi tJM of ulr applv lo: HUTCHINSON ft BANPTELD LAND IB acre land at Bu.h Hal water and light obtainable Ouo.1 build Ing site with a number of fruit trees Going at a bargain On a good mad Apply C W Mu>nard. flimh Hall Phom 42ia ia is at sSEAS appro* imataly 1 rood*. Tho dwoiUnglioiiar a living room, pantry, and bathroom do win rooms ar.d toilet up.tHOUSE-CAl-AIS" .11'i-ite '• %  "' Ch-reft, standing on perrh of Und. lin. vorondah. I hen. bodroom pTafl foui ElectiH bad -nl rasa %  pUbll. .-.npclilim. Ol our Office Jaoea rltrwf. on Friday SOth Decent— IMC at I p in liin>'< on applicalto: lo the Knanl Mr. K. 8. Burrowes. be (ween the hours of S am. and.Il aosm */KAItW(X)D BOYCE. SolHltara 19 I2.sa-Iln THE Km KM i COLE COI'NTRY ('LIB Members are asked to no that the Club HOUM will I closed on Chri.stmas Dili Those wishing lo use lin S should make Ihcii 5 t-n arruncemonlji nboui J Clubs ud Caddies. 5 SK'HETAItY 3 21 12 30—3i. X IR min> 1'enple who luv tried II prefer s & s tt. anv olher Rum berouan Of 111 lllslinrtivr EUvour and SmiH. ihness AWARDED EIRST |'R|/i; al Imluolrbl I vinl.it [fH STUART & SAMPSON LID. ORDER YOUR .1 & It ItllM AND MB BREAD TO-DAY FOII SAI I SUNSET HOUSE Proapecl, St. Jamea, u'll bunn.ilow DjR .llllOli bautlfll :i i-^lnxMii" ltHiiue. iiiMm room, verann.ili 3 suit-. Ka'-ifi' iaaal M'dlaralih prK*d -i t:i I Mi l..k.. M. iu>a... alal. aSTATI ACII.NT auonoHasa l'l. WTATIONH HI II.IIIS1! I'li.in.' ISIII \OTM E As from TUESDAY 1TII Itir llip ronvriiit'iira of nur Utislonifrv and Man" nur hourv fnr MHW %  Vtll be ns fnllnws:— WEEK HAYS:—8 it m In II n.rn., 12 ntnin In I p.m SATURDAYS K am lo || nonii. Kindly arrange \niir LaaanM Jtrnrdinj*ly. PLANTATIONS LTD. BRIDGETOWN & SPEIGHTST0WN WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. MVhi: THANI imii!;. Your Shnppine Ontrc. LADIES'! llaaxli C litM. Dress Goods. UiidiTwfiir. ShtM's and llnls. I', limn plr. GENTS'! Wunllc-ns. Shirls. SIHH-O. i:ic, in widfsl variety. lllHISI'lllilfl (.ni.dvsucli uv CMPRII. Bed spreads, lit il Shnls. Pillnu CaaMft, Hi.is w. HI iiluays in Slutk. Knlluw thr Crowd to . THANI BROS. I'll WM HRY STREET I Dial 3166 ahto Not. . 42. 4U and 53 Hwan Klreet k = ^/ = Dear Ladies You are cordially invited to come and see our CHRISTMAS TREASURE Wp refer to two oul• *l 111:; I v beautiful materials ntlmlrahly appropriate for EVENING DRESSES SHUT MOIKK TAFFETA lit M.0II |i*r yd. l'l IN V SKIN 0 ft.fl PIT yd. in iaaal* i luii pity riiii lo furmul hcuuty. SSSM BSV und uuiKnllieast F.htiCH will idmlilv •as srith l.^hinn. Wm. FOGARTY LTD. .•--i Sat nderaignad will *et up tor *1> Oltke. No. H High Btieel on Thoraday. tho 2Bth da> lindp'tcwn. on Thun "f December. IBM. Dwcllinghousa called -Sholdoi |M Und thereto containing 4* le-t. situate at Bhot Hall Loa R Street. Bt. MlchBOl Irjpettlcn on appll.atlon wwk at "Uimorr". Upper for further ParticuLara "i of Solo apply lo — COTTLE CATKOHU ft Co ro\4.oiKi m I'ST A LITTEE EfcET MOW I OKT rODH TI-IAV THE 1 MXlillt illl'Oit/' 1/ (Central Founar. I.ui, I'n.pr.-..fs. HALLACAS DE PASCUASI! 4 Pi %  In IT MlEat K SUaet I Condi* uno Ho los plato. % %  % % %  iiiN.ivui-tk.%  !,,, .i..,d,.ornuestra twando rnualea l.alin.i-Anif Horn de Almtier/i I 'I' M .. Comirta 7 30 It I'M Unite. 9 00 P M Precio 13.50 Reserven sui mesas nl tatefono 481 Para los quo no hablen ln|les al 2270. Mlrmbres del Club aolao • %  *r Sake— Cont'd rLAjrrv BAJNCOATSIror as as ror l^duwan m. Drea. Shoppe i OVFN 'il>*SWAtlE Table filaasworo moka Dtassato inch % % %  pSiaanls 0*nlismg B>wl* ES i"a Hirstban-on ft Co Ltd PLABTtC APBOtfS *> Shower CipTc Head Ties 14c Balh Car. *sVICTOBY TEST MATCH CAIATPftO lUDCOBriBEnglaml iWeet Indie. M Lcrda. iaao Sung by Lord Beginner and the Btiyihm Kings Thsj mos" popular calypso of the yer SYM each obtainsS*t only from Harrlaon'a Broail %  at it use--ft. XMAS PBsa5atffTS-Juot received I(Msve for Xros* P resent* LanthorK Tweed Perlume and Lotion Knigfil Dining. LWM Table-. qua Kitchen Cabi.ei ajMaahsaad ,,,.d Kitchen Bedroom and larders. WagBuHel. T*. Trniie-. Mahoganr, and other le.k. With El.l and Holi T'<.. Hisnght a-d Arm trnoira wilh canod oi %  olid ••at. TatsM %  %  L. S. WILSON i Aquatic Club para JI sn daMtsl |or on %  CHARMS McENEAKNEY & CO. LTD. :• i aW*43sSt*Ji-:' ^M*,3VStall*oS 3 *3t3*3MM %  "XMAS NOVELTIES" By "DEI. WELLE" of Band si reel. EBglaad The Famous : BLUE ORCHID i/EREE-ME in V Ik Hi ships „ Plaalir (.mi ii r .. • Heart Novell* Vaae Shaped Vlala. DEWAVKLXEH : By CANDLELIGHT PERFUME in vase shaped vials. "CREST V PACK" Novelty ronuios I HI I E ORC'IIHI PERMMR BY ( VMM El If.HI • Ideal Chrtatmaa GlfU For tour Xmas shopping deal at— BOOKER'S IB-DOS) DRUG STORES LTD. //•* the Right Spirit if it's HENNESSYS | Famous the world over ... S. S it's llranxty at it's Best riKnMWxnnwiHnt*tmfiK9in**nnnnnnxnvMMitM*



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I PACE RICH! W. Germany Building Athletic Strength By JOHN MACADAM WE hAVE aJ*y& known that tho Swedes owe practically every blade of their athletic i^rass to Intelligent!} pools money. It comes .somewhat as a shock to lesu Western Germany Is up to the same game wtth I (earns as the basis, instead of British. From German pools a steady stream of £140.000 a month K<*.*& inlo a centra; (und tor B %  lluailon of all sorts ot Westerr German sport cetRred on two rreal nev. Nla>tia on*outside Frankfurt and ihc cthei Munich. It should be easy enough to see tin significance of this, the MgniftrunK being that the niter**; in centrally inspired and controlled, and thai vast flow o* pools money is utilised down li the last brass pfennig Meanwhile, in this enligbtaned eountry it Is all left to the local councils, burdened with pfotalaroi of rates, housing space, shortage* ol material, unassisted by anythlng but fatuous Press-On-Chap'. from n Whi'ehal) bureaucracy that man at the very mention of a pools percentage, to waffle along .is best (or worst! they CMC Need Cash II isn't tha; we do not have ll this country the machinery for the rehabilitation of British sport. W hava the Government Central Council for Physical Raereation and the valuntarlh serviced National Playli Association These twain, given MOB money as the pools could i >• %  dot the countryside with Open spaces for the youngsters to train The Central Council has shnwr more than willing by open ni recently the third of Us nation it rehabilitation centre* at Hall. Shropshire These moves are a long waj in the right direction, (or at such places the Central Counc performs its true function ol training coaches who can then ey out into the country and preach the gospel of athletK ; i But what is (he goo roaches cannot to teach the young You don't have to take it from ut. Listen to a eantk has been intimately connected with sport since before the turn of the century. 'Rubbish' "It Is rubbish to say thai the youngsters of to-day arc aro lOSI naturally capable ot good on forma nee in any of the sporti than (hey were in my young days It ii simply that they don't have the facilities we had in my generation. "Within a few minutes' walk of the homes of any one or us. IB no matter which port of London —even the densely populated parts —we could find an open upsce to play any game on "The same kind of kid lodaj hat to take n long fount) it I cost far beyond his pocket to dm what we could Und practical!' outside our front door" His point of view attunes pei fcctly to that of the fpntral Council and the Playing Full Association, and it all boils now, to lack of money and a plethora of planners who can't see an open space in the middle of a town without itching to put a tenement in it. Don't let's be beastly to the Germans any more I copy them.—LI 8 300 Poor CUldra. Get \iuub > JI I KUK VM • %  ... .... Becfcla Wen giving i_ nrisunas f i QQUOfta oi UM tnn (JoodwUI Ls ||ui .bout 3UU .niiiu.i. ol IBI LMgiH and Croi.i DM L^eagm (unlilings in COlBrtllUUOa HO* iai wan praaanled wtth gift* Apart BrOBB xitv chliaren WO* ire taken care of at the Lcagu* tally, tiiuw attending wvie Hum %  arious schools in UM Oly. .isited Uiu League daily at inidi..> p i hot meals duruiK term. The hall WM %  ma %  Chrartmu in the centre of the stage on %  inert was a Dumber el wiu. Tnc |aaaanlalliiii wag made by Miss S. Boxtll of Boston who Is DOW in Ilarbados on a holiday %  < i of Mrs. Wapii ( lui'Minan. Founder of Children'! Goodwill League nara aboui H nan ago. Ai*o racarvlng gilts % % %  %  urscs and numb) I the LM Among those pn I %  % %  i I R< I nd Mrs H St C TII % % %  ind Mrs F Mcl Svmmuinl-. Mr and Mrs W Q BUvaM B, Mrs Jane Millinglun. UM lib %  HAKBAIMtt ADVOCATE TIH'RADAY DECFMRFR It 1S0 Xnvas Tree In Trafalgar A HlilSTMAS THEE as gBUUl > in Trafalgar S, I Trafaliai reded iiIJeceiiuier 15 was sen! fO D The tree ll 55 feet tug), .nj Wll i iiiuimi anJaa unlti January ft. Carol parties will sink in to 7 30 -.v. ,-,.. % %  i % %  mrer 2* The London Cojnty Council Oa %  ma %  r#ea iiiummoted with fairy light to be set up at 12 parks and open The tvarasa Barbadian boma will have a Xmas tree but it will i> in design and cmpositu.n %  %  n afford it buy the battalion ..mas tree of tin unpoi that is made to resemble the Norn. American und European lit 01 pine fltnOB transposition facillt.es M it possible, a numliti f the re.d product, that U pine 1 iinpoiu.il from Canada One anti dent h baa imported a Qr from Canad-i but every year he replants it afte Xmas and then upr.n>ts it for tie therefore tot bigger aud soon will baex no semblance to tne modes* nine Lough that arrived here two years SECOND TEST TEAM %  s. Australia, sutrtfeai on Finiay, lectad from the followF llro %  Mutton. tr. T. I %  MAIL NOTICES 1. w iii <-• 1)..-..1 ni o.in< 0W % %  ynOn-..I ll+Oatrr.-d H ., UM 7IM IWrmb*. %  | 1 .'... Hi UM, | %  %  I., %  1 ia U 1.1. ... 11.. 1 i-t Dm M..11 D %  Ith, BJ I KUHM-U. Will !*• .1.1 I Edwin Itarnctt Hoxill and Mr et the U.S.A Welcome ..li baeJuaS, founder ol 1 i igue, welcomed the | . %  : 1 mra 1 v.neeeiiian was 0OUUJ "n n. 1., UM l-eiigoV* % %  lie nid mat Mine IUI laal %  UDD ,i,i w 1I10 was spending u holiday U lie island. He hail brought ^nt. 4 clothing lor dlstrttnlUOO to the poor and that would bi %  000 as possible Rev. Tudor addic* children u'liundcd tbon Utat Monuay was Chrislmaa, the winch .lesus was born. Tnai day he said, was one of love and goodwill to all and lor that reason, they were going to give gilt.to the children of the Creche. .in.1 BJ Jesus wa? ban 01 Christmas Day, so on eveiy .tnniveisary of his birth, tha* bad tried to make Uie children happy uy presenting them with K l 't." aiui that wa why Chrrlnm.'. w. .. such a happy time Ho said that Mr Heckles had tried to make t h c m happy throughout the year, hut at Christmas, they should try to '< happy themsclve* 111 orom to make others happy as well. He complbnentod Mi Heckles. his co-workers and 11 1 1 OB the work they had done on in-half of the children and wi ill a happy Christmas go Impi vis.dKiri IK responslbli fur the gieoter number of Barlia Ian Xmas trees Boughs of the asuarln.i (local "mile tree"). ti< berry tree and even ine tamarind tin an M and are ilecorated with ill the auth.-T.tn trunn rhaaa treea coal nothing In the 1 f devoratuig th m is wtthsn UM pu rch a i l n l poam 11 BM humblest Barbeoi-n During the war years when Xmas trees could not be regarded BS priority cargoes for the limileO DO h.ird-pressed shipping scrvlce B the West Indies, some people m.iiiitidv sum. entering to those WOUld prefer something better than the bl< lined the counters of the various hardware department* In the Cll> to get their supplies. There were several )oineis among the groups, but for the DMBl part were housewives who wenevidently intent on doing the cleaning of thrir furniture linn, selves or getting some other member of the famil> to do it In doing so they effect an appreciable saving. Drug stores were crowded afltl .cekers after gift parcels eepeciall) nf toilet requisites, while In other business houses, mam %  > Wife could be seen choosing a tie or a shirt for "hussy," a toy for Tom or a doll for Mary. Along the alleyways were the frull vendois who wan not to l>e outdone by the ncarh> poatcard sellers in their appeal to the passerby to "buy somcthiiu;' Bevi purchase* were made. Who evidently did a brink trade ,.,,. tin %  ' I"' "' I 1 '"' past few di.>> people were makinu iur of then Chrtstmai uppa 1 and yestenlay quite can and 1 %  an laden with rum, beer, wine, gin, ate on their way to U 1 1 owr* 1 ind large suppUea of soft ACII. anbeing itowad up for the Chrlitmai ci lebraUona Christinas is the Umc of giving. and almosl rver> It.n >•. mi. •" looks forward with piaaaun to lotdttng his friend i<> his boma *0f "•• drink As %  nuttai Ol fact, to UM Barbadian, the Christmas cclebraould be Incompleti < old not make UM Oflai What's on Today .iistriliuiimi ot XniA* Charily by llrvd fiodson al Krthel 1.30 p.m Xmas Treat for S-.ivrnsers at Church St. 00 BJB rresenUUnn to I t ri.k rter* h Renown Shirt Factory. Middle street 4.30 p.m Xsgafl Treat at Ntshteniale Home. Black Rock 4 30 p.m Xiiun Treat for Ciovernineiil Hause SUfT—I :t" l Bs. Meet'ne. Krnle's lcnvcrati.Club. In connection witn TTC. meet, at Baalim:% 5.30 p.m t -hlldren's Xm Treat al Tyrol Cot'' Spooner 11111—6.00 1. m < mull. 1 I,H 1. Glee Club gtVM recital of \mw mu -II 't < mullein, %  (.v, | ] R 00 p m. Annual Xmas Carol Nervier at Brldirlown t rnli Mm BMW Those who itim't. 0/ irsll, well.' The .1.u.i Turkey and Ham. Chicken. Raaalaa Halad, Teach Hrlba and !' %  •]' Lobster CoekMIH. 3 RaebJg Certs Gratsch Beer (ireen llrsson Chop Sue? Bell's Spcrlal Bcotrh Beauteous Blankets in Cotton and English all Wool COLOt'RFIl COTTON Bi.ANKFTS In while with Mae borders and nthn KNfil.lSH ALL WOOL IIMNKIIin pink, blue %  reen, gold. Slse <•" x II' lor doubb? Beds only. faakj. -$10.53 Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. r II 17 & 13 BROAD STRUT A^tflL. Holiday Activities Hotel Windsor CHRISTMAS EVE Dinner 7 p.m:-10 p.m. MENU: Fruit Cocktail Falernuas Cream VHoute uf Chkken Fillet of Bremm ltai|enoe Sauce Rout Turkey and Yorkshire Ham Cranberry Sauce-Olblet Gravy Broiled sweet potatoes—Jug-Jug Rice Creole—Chrtstopbeuts S plerd Peaches Ve Old EngUah Christmas Puddins Rum Hauee Msnced Pie Tartlet Dernl-taaee Aftei-dlnaer Mints Assorted Nuts—Raisins NEW YEARS EVE Dinner Dance 7 pjiL-ll p.m. MENU: Of apefrult Marasrhlne Ox-Tall Soup Red Snapper au iralin Duchr-s Baked Ham and Roast Turkey Glased Pineapple Croquette sweet potatoes KonkUt Buttered Green BejUM Hot Mime Pir Coupe Nouvel An Petlts Fours l>eml-Usse AfterdlBner MlnU Assorted Nuts—RsJsim (oneert Musle—Carols—Favours—Fun— Folk Feasting Reservations Accepted I'Mil Saturday Noon. Her. Zlrd and 3fth Telephone 2644 mm flora C'BTLSIBJIS (jews %  {i 1950 Waterman's He Con Supply The following v i : i : ll s i i i i s WHOLE CORN CBACKBD 0OSM CKI'KIIKI) CORN BCSATCB 0KAIN Will III. OATS LATINO >l \sn LAYINC. C'HKCKK.KS OBOwma MASH l HICK NTAHTKNA l \I.F STARTKNA rilllM 427 LKINSON ^ HUNTS CO.. ill). ^" Saturday. December 23rd WONDERFUL XMAS SHOW and DANCE For THE OLD LADIES' HOME. Constitution Road Is lo bo hold In the Groat BallroomShow starts at 9.30 p.m. Dancing until 2.00 a-m. Copt. H.aison's Police Band i Norman Wood Show Arrangements Before the Show A REAL OLD TIME CHRISTMAS DINNER Is being served in our Dining Room bom 6.30 p.m. to 9.00 pjn. Chriatmaande Trimmings, Yorkshire Ham. Yuleude Turkey Per Person $4 00 Please make your Reservation with Mr. Potereon 3513 • Sunday. December 24th SPECIALLY PREPARED ROAST BEEF DINNER as you really like it served in the Ballroom bom 7.00 pan. lo 10.00 p.m. An Orchestra will ploy lor Dancing • Dinner and Dancing, pot Person S4.00 • Monday. December 25lh CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON TEA will be sorvod in our Decora d Ballroom Sandwiches. Cake and Christmas Fixings %  rved with Tea or CoHce Cocktails and Drinks as Ordered • WT AN ATTRACTIVE DANCE PROGRAMME HAS BEEN ARRANGED Entrance 7tc. includes Tea and Dancing from 4.00 to 7.00 pjn.



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PAGE TWO BARBADOS U1VOCATE THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21. IMP Ccuub Qcdlhiq J UDY GKAHAM*' t tm f*pv*lr> tUsrd an nifht The Catlbaftei %  % %  their lutlr il.irwo with arti-iv Eusic (.r.,haiii u Mviah MaUooui and Ma> Kalinin MM. B*lJrbollofn showed (real ability a* ftmataura. The "BandiKT tq voodoo priest (Codric Piullipa and worshippers* displayed excellent choreography, -.nuttier fine example of which wai ns on Bows" Judy Graham and Hooaev.it Tudor showed the vtnMillfa of the cast by lhfir rendition nf the operatic .-irins which made the ales of For the Races D R HERBERT WEAVES rueini turfite left for Trinidad yesterday afternoon bv IIW I \ for the Trinidad Turf Club's Christmas meeting. Leaving by the same plane AMI. Mrs. Edgar Croatfaj MM has gone over to join her husband who left a lew days ago. Not Returning M R CAftl. DONS, who had all his bags packed, ready to return to the British Council ir. Barbados after a holiday In Eaa> land, will not now he returning At tho last moment he was offered a job at a Hostel ..re runn ng in London and he ha* accepted il Here for Christmas M R ERNIE PABM lived fro !" Venezuela or Monday afternoon by B W I A to spend Christmas ith his (amily gcLswtUlMaflM Grand* Ol Co hi Veneiuela anil srlU be teUmuiuj on December 30th For Jam.iic. Holiday M ISS ELEANoK \i teaches at Queen's College has ejme to Jamaica to spend The Christina* holldavi She .ef: ran Moncij* by H W A and will be aa\ for nno month Visiting her Mother M iss nw N M U I returned t i sjiassaMi %  IN. %  I Church Miaa M |a a >cho>>l teacher, is at present -laying a' Crystal Waters, Worthing, and %  After 36 Year* 'am the V S A MrBV i vi.. rrtiUdad b> M W I A r i> spendinj RocR Hall. St. Thomas. of Mi %  .! of the VgatO Second Visit nAYING JT island in 35 v. Headlev of 1 arrived rl.fflA i %  %  will spend with her relatives in St Thomas Mrs. Headlev. who was last hen • Carlisle I! ,i" Arch Hall. St Thomas Shocked A Barbados now living in England who used to enjoy hit %  I Goddards Gold Bra.' fcr sale on a shelf in England fi %  %  Routine Inspection M R Gl Managing Director of the Barbado* I arrived frc-n Trintdad on TuE W 1 A to attend .;.with the management Mr John W Wheeler Frank Holljnsr, Consultant* sn-i Barbadoa TeleE >wne Cpeasant lu %  B.B.C. Radio] Programme nit'HunAY, pii > I ajn Th New. 1 la . Naa.. Anal-.* T1S" ClM nIS no-' The Nr*. SBiapm N*.. An.l*... IS> II l m PiMnmnw Paraa*. *.•-.. In furtaat. 1SS i P ir\ Thr < %  ... I I IK. Th* N.I 10 1 IV m R. IN*| -I Mr I. v.,1, l pn> Th laalK • I * i> ni PH..1 Tfmi.V ana H vffair. 4.s "> Th. cnn-lr.l Nona J pm. U .>-#.ni S P m nofrwnm* %  % %  ait* S as pi" Ml 1 IV .* V. — -li-i S Ipnf Ne Mo %  >-'. • im>. - %  >O*SN i as**i ail S am iw>aio •> %  --•• 1 a pn .'"Wnn Si tbr V. S m ...... *l*i Tslhina. atm Ttiinh n UMM inua• P "i Th *eh—•• -1 Tr.nlor Tf-O •* a-"V Jaa* Snaah !• PP. Tue K*w*. SO 10 %  > •* SWan • J4S s>- %awJ DMoaSS* Hinsm m ihildmi > (" %  sriiiwii NssjDl'l Seat Help — H.ninth inni Michael Y> j-~-r 0 Williams, noria Dale. St John ..bbs Croynoe.. HaaOnaji .. pleaae call fo asjr •.. eeti the hours of M a m and 4 00 p m to-morrow PTKI. CROSSWORD LLLLLLI] %  FttriT I f\ W } Al^l VridllU i l\i:H.i Mamber.Only) lONK.Ut al SM Alan 1*44 Heliv HeM. M. ItaasM Caret Ruth Hu_e* In IHI i.' \i UAT&IIV raranx. t I'-lu., 1 %  SBSaa mr lna S1itta< ftaal MUTttN raaiA ^-im.iM\ \i\\. %  MVIII'MI rm.M I.\I tiinst. ..r CB,. ML. I 'uasin a*SPARTAN CLUB ANN! %  *.. till* Vt:AR MM i i> S%TI RliW. DEC. 30 1958 %  a the 1>K1I I HAM V| t i-,. I,. C R Browne* OrcheslrJ -I %  MsUPnON ::: II •• Xdml—lan hv lnv lUUaa sails ,V.V.V*V', I SI. (lib' Roys' Sriwol I -in >rui)r TO IN THE SCHOOL HALL. ^ F-I.U* l>emliw ZZlti. .J IM N i.AIKTV iTTio Gd) ST. JAMES TO TIT VII TOR \ I'lsSUif FROM HONG kONIi Rupert's Autumn I -38 rsvpantf S Doa:; C'.'"J4iuaj oasaoaanci w hare a goM tuna. (S. S. 1 MvMica. nompiii I maps, (sn Produoia a smos purr. ta. St oo-a r. Q maaa. (4) Ona U'.nlatri srou.d i)Ba so aa> this irturo. il Ml "KISS IN Till DARK" also IIOOS (OINTKI AMI Till WOMAN BOWER! RiniKSHFLL and I AND OF THE LAWLESS" npieialf awaj. IS] f of a dominant ll> Th* inp and the .i dodgt MI t. ihrough (ha rouah MM and ih Rape-, b, Ush^ I. ihi 'hen. lo his .urpr.ir. ht find. sh AmiimEH staadnaj alone on *' i^. *i I awa this Tim*." Uunhi thr t,n* craaturr. "bur don'i wori. r'i catch rum n..' H '< haasa. II. GSBI .u.pc lot King no. kiwMM hiding-tjlace. Then th* gafdn *,V hj. pMcs ,nd gro* •h tight Rowan,'' Ruptn reutru to i*.I it-.* ht. •ondarful." M1 ihr old nun "Wf!>:*rd tht mywtry ol tht ga>dn ruh taking ball du. II wnen or Xuoa u aussa aaaaa bite. tSl SN 1* Down. M IMnte rop* Sar a caasaata. SSS L Knough and to ipara (SI i .. ssau fahaaa* J i bait %  •cura. au aurrr i ** 1 Derosa !*n a-j-i.d nsntao. il) jrl tm* Ham aunl UJ. <~-l U a Drat • OBWISKIW -vaa. a•ea • a> ->na mar eeapi u>* pieuga n betiaii ol nar nusthuidI*I and 31 Arroas. Not euba no: % %  (i ba 'i %  Sad. (S. 4i fft. aawtiaa at *aMa I Ei, ftDiiii: "ia"~T^ijw. tail. '{'< AnnoJlm ^1 J*j; >• •-si.-.s-s; f%\ I use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP Freshness from morning till night is mn too when >xu use Lifebuoy I'oilei Soap Every time you wash with that deepcleansing lather your stan is refreshed, your weariness goes. And that freshness last* *o long KM HXSOSAL FRESHSESS tUt'tYS 9 T OUR VERY OWN IT HAS NEVtR BEEN THE POLICY OF THE PLAZA THEATRES TO RECOMMEND YOU TO SEE ANY PICTUR' HOWEVER IN Ol It VEHY OWN WE KEEL THAT HERE IS A PICTURE THAT ON SO FEW OCCASIONS THE MOTION PICTURE INDUSTRY IS PRIVILEGED TO SCREEN .... OUR VEB>.OWX IS SOMETHINC VERY SPECIAL! aYaV IT nrrn SOMEUM YOV LOVE VERY MGVHl •rrvrd ~U l/ i-s i; 12 so—In ^ Opening at Mi'im Whmmtrm FRIDAY 29th SAMUEL GOLDWYN I OUR VERY OWN #.— A NN IIYTHFAHIIY GRANGER JOAN [VANS '.\ sSklwl WYAnaMMDvotai oOM*iDOOoa.N*i*usooa *. ajBjasjBa^JsaagaBai• •vM.k r >.*anHMinf' —•*-•,.i-i-^^-.! ^ 3 HtWI 3 inMOII no u awasf s.triHU.ir 130; I I.) and I,:ill p. m. wnd ronlinuine daily 1.45 itnd K.30 p.m. Baba SBMU Thr Hnalcil Sh„rt "PIANO RHYTHM with JAN AUGUST JPLAZA THEATRE —— BHIIHihlOW.X —— (NB. NO MATINEK ON XMAK DAY) JENNIFER JONES "Pearl Chivei"...i>K unumjblc and beiuuful hilf.bfcrd... who W1I 'builr by the devil co drive men craiy.* DAVID O.SELZNICK'S JENNIFER JONES GREGORY PECK JOSEPH COTTEN milk t Ctil 1/liM PLAZA Thealrr— BRIDGETOWN n,n rixAS LNiGns" Cokn toy TMhnifo-"' SPgCIAL MATINEF. TODAY 1 SS -FOLLOW ME (HIEfLY" I — -WANDERER sflst WASTELAND" %  samil C-M.yn i • N B No Malitvp* on Xma. Davi VERY OWN"' MIGHT) JOE YOUNG" INDIAN AGENT PLAZA Thealre — Qisv.N Alan l.ADD li> "> %  CttOSB\ -. BEYOND GLORY & TOP 0' THE MORNING KHIU AY SATURDAY s*Mp m iWafM • DoubOai JOHN LOVES MARY & I BECAME A (RI.MIY.I I HMSI-I PaliK-a Nral .lh Rail* <.<-. 1 MIDNITK SHOW SATKHDAY S3rC <2 Ntw PWIUFM. pra-anks Tha BOWIHY B>' MR. MUGGS RIDES AGAIN 1 T-. Hillrr with His horw "W-Bll FLASH "MAN FROM TEXAS" I Nll'tHI TO-PAY 4.49 and K 30 and Conllnuinc Dairy) F. Zanuc* pri-senls R.chard WIDMABK Linda DABNE1.U Slcphen McNALLY In "NO WAY OUT" with iinney POITIF.I1 Mildred Joanne SMITH AHurry BEIXAVF.lt BOXY LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY 4 30 a:id 8 U < olumbla 111. Double : Nina FOC1I And Geone MACREADY MY NAME IS JULIA ROSS And DESERT HAWK With Gilbert ROLAND & Mono MORIS ROYAL LAST TWO SHOWS TO-DAY I 30 ., ,d H 30 M-C. M till Double : June ALLYSON And Ivtei I.AWFOHD In LTTTLE WOMEN GOOD NEWS with June AU.YSON And Peter LAWFOBD OLYMPIC TO-DAV A TOMORROW Mf and 8.15 20ih Contuiy Fox present* -JESSIE JAMES Tyrone POWF.H Henry FONDA A John CABRADINE ^f*^>f%SHHHHBHf*W* The CHINA DOLL ',%V.-.V*V, 6 Uarhlll Bt it 'IIDModern Eatery OPKN 9 A.M.—12 MIDMTr: DO NOT MIS.-. : ; ^^waMa>aalsjBBjr SPANISH WALTZ <:ll WHEN VOL'KE IN I.OVF Ui JINGLE BELLS l>ltO<.ltY>l (5| WHISPERINC. HOPE (B) MUMB0-.IUMI1O () NORA-NORA (8, COUNT EVERY STAR (9) CUMANA Utl SILENT NITE CM, RAMADIIIN ON THE DALL (12, IN A CA1-ABASH Tin: HAHBADOS f'O-OI'EHATIVE O: I 0\ I \( IIMII LTD. HARDWABE DEPARTMENT — Telephone N tm ALONG WITH THE PICTURE "ARIZONA TRAIL w (TEX RITTER) %  I %  %  i 9 \ PMaaai PIT 21. UOi si St. HAM OM IK. HUMS MO •* DOORS OPEN 7 P.M. C and H BABLV ftn%w4%%*mumnmunmm*w*mmmnnwiMmn%wm ) \